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

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Tha .,...... 1 I :ll 2 3 3 CHORUS l il,rH1JJ 1: f V Our Lib - bey col - ors .. .J ,L J J Q? B 'V 'f EJ i 53 Ili ey i O llQ 1 fn L. f ' init' ' ,, .Y..,.-,,, , .,.-,,., ,-W -..-.+Y.....4 ,W , , AY, , , , , H, , ,A7-,... ,,,, .A....,A W, . ,, , , ,Y gh...+........ And Gold G-WH M: VVo1'ds and Music by D E IJLA W1 LLIAM S PAIN E 3 if ' ' I 1 h h .-,N hi - f V f M hearts with joy and pride, As they L jim .Znior Cfafifi of cfklwml llbmmmoml 03668, A494 5i,4,,,,f 304010, OMG I0 feje H fd fke cilekfm nz.: 3 TVR! fl, 3f9'!F'!13' L EDwARo DRUMMQND LIBEEY 4 ,AJ -. U- -A-g--K k Y ,Af V rff,.+ 'f-.f--.- i , 5 z f 5 ...---. 1--.......-.....-- ,--.. f -4- I I S 2 Q '10-I ' I-un-Q vixn- 1 I g A J i Fvlvunnsn- mini V . -.. - Lif gf ' .l. -9 4-'QL 0I"QLU0l" Life is a book in which each of us records his ambitions and disappointments, his hopes and fears, his successes and failures. XVithin the covers of this annual the staff has attempted to capture, in word and in picture, important events of our high school career as wc-ll as the organizations and persons who have aided us in building well-rounded personalities with which to face our present-day world. It is our purpose to aid you in recalling vividly in later years the many happy hours spent at work and play at Libbey High School. 1 fg- 5 i. TE :4, I of C0l'lfQl'lf5 DEDICATION . . . 6 ACTIVITIES . . . . . . 88 FACULTY ... ... 8 ATHLETICS .,. . . . . .12 CLASSES . . . . , . 24 ADVERTISEMENTS .... . . . . .144 :Sz ,lr-.. MR. KIEFER Devotion to a pattern of living that is based upon a love of God, a sense of responsibility, .ind a desire to be of service to others is the keynote of Mr. Kiefers life. In order to prepare for a life of serving others through teaching, Mr. Kiefer earned his B. of Ed. degree from Illinois State Normal University and his M.A. degree from St. Louis University. Climaxing his many years of summer travel, Mr. Kiefer and his wife in 1958 visited Hawaii where they enrolled in graduate courses at the University of Honolulu. The combined efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Kiefer cover ninety-one years of teaching the youth of Toledofa laudable record indeed. In addition to being a fine teacher during his years at Libbey, Mr. Kiefer has found time to lead the students in their extracur- ricular activities, The plaque he received from the Hi-Y when he retired as their adviser is a cherished momento of his twenty- nine years of service. Libbey could never have a more loyal booster than Mr. Kiefer who, from the beginning of Libbey's football history, attended every game until his illness last year. We sincerely appreciate his steadfast loyalty and support. Mr. Kiefer's life of service is not limited to Libbey but spreads to his personal life as well. As an active member of Park Con- gregational Church, he has been a valued and respected Sunday school teacher. An example of his deeply religious attitude to- ward life is his annual practice of reading the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. To our "au revoir" and "good luck" we wish to add our "thank you" and "God bless you," Thus, with respect and admiration, the Senior Class of 1960 dedicated this volume of the Ealliafz to our friend and teacher, Mr. George L. Kiefer. K. Leak ca f i on -wx .90 in 4 ll 4 if x ,yu sl A zest for living, an enthusiasm for the profession, and an edu- cational background enriched by travel have made Mr. Packer an integral part of our school's success. Mr. Packer, a member of the educational fraternity Phi Delta Kappa, received his B.A. in Ed. from Toledo University and his M.A. in guidance and psychology from Ohio State University. Satisfying his desire to travel, Mr. Packer, accompanied by his wife who teaches Commercial Art at Waitc- High School, has traveled to the Caribbean Islands, to all but three of our states, to Mexico twice, and to Europe six times. Always broadening the horizons of his life, in 1050 he made a tour around the world by freighter and repeated this pleasant experience by plane in l957. Endeavoring to share these happy moments and exotic experiences with others, Mr. Packer extended his teaching be- yond the halls of Libbey to the University of Toledo where he gave accredited and illustrated lectures on his travels. ln addition to his success here at Libbey as an instructor in draft- ing, Mr. Packer has designed since 1926 more than a hundred small homes and buildings in Toledo. A valuable contribution to our city was his plan for the Trail Medical Center. His great knowledge of architecture has been shared with others in many articles and lectures throughout his career, Distinguishing Mr. Packer from the other men on the Libbey faculty is the lact that he is the last to retire among those who were here when Libbey first opened its doors. During his thirty- seven years as a teacher at Libbey he has proved his tremendous versatility and willingness to serx e. The students at Libbey who for many years benefited from Mr. Packers vast knowledge and experience are truly appreciative of his loyal service and extend to him many wishes for future happiness. Recognizing his myriad talents and achievements at school and at the First Presbyterian Church in Maumee, we, the Senior Class of 1960, are proud to dedicate this edition of the lllclitzfz to our respected teacher, Mr. Edward Packer. 7960 PHILO C. DUNSMORE Superintendent In this age of scientific achievement, morc demands are being brought to bear on the pub, lic school system than ever before. To meet the challenge of our changing world, our super- intendent, Mr. Philo Cf. Dunsmore, for the past two years and a half has administered the Tole- do schools with prudence and forethought, By expanding the educational facilities of our com' munity he has demonstrated the providence of his energetic leadership. Because we have faith in his judgment and wisdom, we extend to him our pledge of loyalty and cooperation in all projects he may enter upon to improve the so, cial and educational status of our school system, For his scholastic achievements in our behalf, we, the graduating class of Libbey High School, wish to express our appreciation and esteem. Members of the Toledo Board ot' Edu- cation: Left to right, Mr. Thomas Bretherton, Mr. Raymond Baldwin, Mrs. jane Kuebbeler, presidentg Mr. Grant Murray. Dr. Frank Brown. Mr. Rusie's gracious personality and his en- during loyalty to Libbey will have a lasting ef- fect upon our lives, for his sincerity and friend- liness have impressed us with some idea of the nobility of character possessed by a great man and, even more, a gentleman. No matter what pressing problems are on his busy schedule, Mr. Rusie, with his characteristic good humor, is never too busy to listen to our urgent problems, applaud our triumphs, or greet us with a re- assuring smile. Whether he is congratulating a top scholar or arousing the football team to greater efforts, Libbey is always foremost in his thoughts. For his fairness, patience, and in- terest in our every problem, we, the graduat- ing class of 1960, proudly salute our sincere and beloved principal. LQY W. RUSIE Principal Mr. Rusie confers with the officers of the Student Council: Gary McLar- gin, sergeant-at-arms, Sue West, secre- tary-treasurerg Ron Curtis, vice-presi- dentg and John Petterson, president. .911 emoriam i455 race Lbeogdd In our hearts will long remain fond memories of Miss Grace DeLisle, who since 1926 devoted her training and talents to the enrichment of the lives of the students at Libbey. She was always loyal to the principles of our school and enthusiastic in the per- formance of all her educational duties. To her many students she imparted her high ideals, an understanding of American and English literature, and an appreciation of the many foreign countries which she visited. All who knew her revered and loved her for the enthusiasm, consideration, and integrity which she manifested. Her willingness to aid others and to give unselfishly of her time has set an example for us in the years ahead. By devoting her life to the advancement of the education of the youth of our community, she achieved life's highest goal and pleasure, service to others. "To live in the hearts one leafves behind is not to die." guy: ,,se"'V"' 'N Qc ul-. if n N 355 :V iv.. M 'hhfffli 'll FQ . 5 k x X WQur-- +0-P in I misf- X up . Q Liv: wx Lf", im. GERTRUDE KANNEY CHARLES MARTIN A.f,lfJ'fdIZf Prinrijml A.l,lj.lf!l7Zf Prifzciprzl Counseling Activities University of Toledo, B.A. University of Toledo, BS. University of Michigan, M.A, VICTOR KLEIN Boys' Counselor Miami University, BS Ohio Stz1teUniversity, M.A. aaiafanf ' 1:42 wt.. ms- H s M., ' i I 0111152 0I"5 HARRIET PHEATT Girls' Counselor University of Toledo, BA. in Ed M.A. in Guidance X 4 ft EULA UPP A.r.i'i.i'Ia11f Prirzfillml Instruction Ohio State University, l5.A. University of Michigan, M,A. rincilaa :S JOHN osooon Afmtafzl Principal General Administration and Counseling Ohio State University, BS. University of Michigan. MA, WILI.IAM FETTERS Boys' Counselor University of Toledo, BS., M. of Ed ,:,-::F- . rg , is -A X I 1 X . X A k .ff "' WILLIAM E. EVERHART HAZEL D. FLATZ JOHN W. FAST English Business Education Industrial Arts liastern Michigan College, BS. Ohio State Unixersity, HA , H S., M A. Ohio University, B S. in lfil elaarfmenf Ckairmen CLINTON li. HOUSER Mathematics Heidelberg University, BS. F iq? LYDIA FIEDLER Science Grinnell College, BS. Michigan University, MS. 1.13: LAWRENCE L. VANDER Social Studies University of Toledo, BA . MA L,-1 RUTH ALLEN Q T' wi xr. - ' . -,J I , ' - .3 . ---i v . , . + GLENN BLINN ""'S. MRS BETTY BOLGER THOMAS BRIN DLEY HENRY BRUNS JUDITH BAKER MRS. LAVK DN l A BLOOM ER MRS. HELEN BOCKEY: Home Economics, Uni- versity ot' Dayton, B.S. MRS. BETTY BOLGER: Business and journalism, University of Toledo, B.A.g Cl"'y.ilr1f Adviser. MRS. OPAL BOWERS: Scienceg Ohio State Uni- versity, B.A.g University of Toledo, B. of Ed. THOMAS BRINDLEY: Social Studiesg University of Colorado. B.A.g Ohio State University, B.S., M.A. HENRY BRUNS: Mathematics, Defiance College, B.A., Bowling Green State University, M. A. RUTH ALLEN: Business and Social Studiesg Uni- versity of Toledo, B. S., M.A., Senior Y-Teen Ad- viser. jUDITH BAKER: English, Bowling Green State University, B.A., M.A. MRS. HARRIET BILLMAIER: Physical Educationg Eastern Michigan College, B. S. GLENN BLINN: Scienceg Bowling Green State University, B.S., M.A. MRS. LAVONIA BLOOMER: Mathematics, Lake Erie College, B.A. Cllfllky Wim! did Smmz bring -yon, Mr. Kittie? MRS, HARRIET BI LLMAIER MRS. H ELEN BOCKEY MRS OPAL BOVUERS .-414: 15 WILLIAM BURNS. Industrial Arts, Navi York State University, B.S. -J MRS. PAULINE BURTON: Lating University of Michigan, B.A., M.A.g American Academy in Rome, Classical Honor Adviserg College Counselor, had XX'ILLIAM BURNS MRS. PAULINE BURTON ANGELA COSTIGAN ANGELA COSTIGAN: Social Studies and Latin, Ohio State University, B.S., M.A.g Dramatics Cluh Adviser' lunior and Senior Play Director KATHLEEN DEARING. English, Miami Unixcr 2'2" w. ,Si I sity, B.S. in Ed., Periclean Co-Adviser. CHARLES DIXON: English, University of Toledo, B. of Ed., Freshman Football Coach, Forum Ad- viser. i KATHLEEN DEARING CHARLES DIXON AILEEN EBERTH GLENN EVANS gCl,CbLAg Begimlizzg mmlber day in 11 jovial mood, Mitt Haney and Mr. Iijthw' river! in. AILEEN EBERTI-I: Social Studies, Columbia Uni- versity, B.S., M.A. GLENN EVANS: Social Studiesg Olivet Nazarene Collegeg Nazarene Theological Seminary, B. ot Divinity. WILLIAM EVERI-IART: English, Department Chairman, Speech, Eastern Michigan College, B.S. IOHN FAST: Industrial Arts, Department Chair- man, Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. LYDIA FIEDLER: Science, Department Chairmang Grinnell College, B.S., Michigan University, M.S.g Biology Club Co-Adviser, VUILLIAM EVERHART JOHN FAST ef LYDIA FIEDLFR MRS. HAZEL FLATZ IRENE FOSTER M.A. F.B.L.A. Adviser. University, B.A. "Mr: ilirzrlin. mlm! did yan Jay?" jfllfblgg jEAN GILBERT: English: Ohio State University, B.S.: junior Class Adviser, National Honor Adviser. DAVID GILLMORE: English: University of To- ledo, B. of Ed.: Q.D. Co-Adviser. LAWRENCE GOOD: Businessg University of T0- ledo, B. of Ed., F.B.L.A. Adviser, Savings Stamp Chairman. jAMES GRABILL: Instrumental Music: Otterbein College, B.A.g Ohio State University, M.A. in Mu- sic. NANCY I-IADLEY: Spanish: Bowling Green State University, B.A., B.S. in Ed.: Philalethean Co-Ad- viser, Spanish Club Adviser. DONALD FISHER: Physical Education: Ohio Wes- leyan University, B,A.g Tennis Coach. Y Q MRS. JANE FISHER: Physical Educationg Umvcfsi. ""-0' ty of Toledo, B. of Ed., University of Michigan, MRS. I-IAZEL FLATZ: Business, Department Chairman, Ohio State University, A.B., BS., M.A.g MRS. DELORES FOOSE: Business: Marshall Col- lege, B.A.g Sophomore Y-Teen Adviser. IRENE FOSTER: Mathematics: Ohio Weslc-y.1n DONALD FISHIER MRS. JANE FISHER MRS. DELORES FOOSE --Giu- 'Q'-If'-R jEAN GILBERT DAVID GILLMORE NANCY HADLIEY LAWRENCE GOOD JAMES GRABILL Council Adviser. MRS. DORIS HALL Q ' SHIRLEY HANEN MRS. DORIS HALL: Mathematics, Ohio State Uni- versity, B. of Chemical Engineering, M. of Ed., l:.T.A. Adviser, Testing Officer. SHIRLEY HANEY: Business, University of Tole- do, B. of Ed., M. of Ed., li.B.I.,A. Adviser, Student HERMAN HARDING: Mathematics, I-Ieidelhurg University, BS., University of Michigan, M.A. DON HARRIS: Science, Bowling Green State Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., University of Toledo, M.A. GRACE HENDERSON: Social Studies, Ohio State University, B.S., Senior Class Adviser. Dice elljffll rl Lfazzce zrilh flliigi Hc'11LfL'1'.lf1ll ill flu' Clf'l1!1"l Rflllfldllp, l 4' 'Ss 'NSF' HERMAN HARDING GRACE HENDERSON CLINTON HOUSER gfllflfikg CLINTON HOUSER: Mathematics. Department Chairman, Heidelburg University, B.S. MRS. MARY E. HOUSER: English, Dennison Uni- versity, B.A. MRS. MARY O. HOUSER: Business, Hiram Col- lege, B.A., University of Cincinnati, M. of Ed., Gregg College, F.B.I-.A. Adviser. RALPH HCJWER: English, University of Toledo, B. of Ed. MRS. JEAN HUNSAKER: English, Southern Illi- nois University, B. of Ed., Zetalethean Co-Adviser. DON HARRIS MRS. MARY E. HOUSER MRS. MARY O. HOUSER RALPH HOXVER MRS. JEAN HUNSAKER 4.1, 1. ALBERT JEFFERY MRS. JANE JOHNSON 15 ALBERT JEFFERY: Physical Educationg Ohio Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed., Football Trainer. MRS. JANE JOHNSON: Physical Education, Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. ROBERT JOHNSON: Orientation, Marshall Col- lege, B.A. in Ed. MRS. MAXINE KAHN: Social Studies, Wittenberg University, B.S. in Ed., University of Toledo, M.A. MRS. JANE KENNEY: Orientation and Social Studies, University of Toledo, B. of Ed. ROBERT JOHNSON 1184 lNffRS. MAXINE KAHN MRS. GEORGE KIEFER h 1 ,. CAROL KINNEY ELMER KIRSCH "Save rome for the ref! of ln, Mfr. Mar.fhall."' Namg' 1er1.ri11glJ' ejamlutef. PAUL KOESTER BERNICE KRUEGER GEORGE KIEFER: Social Studies, Illinois State Normal University, B. of Ed., St. Louis University, M.A. CAROL KINNEY: Home Economicsg Bob Jones University, B.S., University of Toledo, B. of Ed. ELMER KIRSCH: Orientation, Taylor University, B.S., Bible Club Adviser. PAUL KOESTER: Social Studies, University of To- ledo, B. of Ed., M.A. BERNICE KRUEGER: French, University of Mich- igan, B.A., M.A., The Sorbonne, Paris. :13: TT - -s s.1.5?l33ifiQ:2,, 5 LEO KUBACKI H ISN RY LINCKE ff? MRS RUTH MCMILLAN illlllnf LEO KUBACKI: Industrial Arts, Bowling Coach. JOHN LAVELLE. Science, University of Minne- sota, B.A.g Chess Club Adviser. JOHN LAVELLE GERALDINE LEITNER: Spanish, University of Toledo AB MA HENRY LINCKE. Science and Prolcction, Uni versity of Toledo, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Ea MRS. GLORIA LINDEMAN: Physical Education and Science, Bowling Green State University, B.A. MRS. GI.ORIA LINDEMAN SIM, "I llaink it fzeedr 4 pinch of mil." HAROLD MCCLURE: Music, Indiana State Teach- ers' College, B.S. in Musical Ed., M.S. in Ed. MRS. RUTH McMILLAN: Librarian, Mary Manse College, B.S., Rosary College School of Library Science, B.A. in L.S. MRS. LYNDA LEE MARSHALL, Science, Uni- versity of Kentucky, B.A.g Zetalethean Co-Adviser. VIRGINIA MAY: Orientationg College of New Rochelle, B.A.g Columbia University, M.A., jr. Red Cross Adviser. GORDON MEEK: Social Studies, University of Toledo, B. of Ed. 119: GERALDINE LIZITNIER HAROLD McC'l.l'Rli MRS. LYNDA MARSHALL f VIRGINIA MAY GORDON MEFK 4. 'gg....f NX!-I K g n GEORGE MILEY Q n... ROBERT MOMSEN ,371 Rf Q-.4-at MELVIN MORTIMER MRS. JULIA MOODY: Business: University of To- MRS. LOUISE MEFFLEY: Social Studies, Univer- sity of Toledo, B.A.g University of Michigan, M.A. MRS. SUZANNE MERICLE: English: University of Toledo, B. of Ed. GEORGE MILEY: Mathematics, University of To- ledo, B.S. in Ed., Assistant Football Coach: Q.D. Co-Adviser. MRS. MARY MILLER: English: University of To- ledo, A.B., M.A., University of Besancon, Philale- thean Co-Adviser, Edelifuz Adviser. ROBERT MOMSEN: Physical Education: Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed.: University of Toledo, M.A.: Head Football Coach. Iirnw lhe .rnfiling ffzcex of lhe pfzrenlf, leachefzr, and ,fflldL'l7f.f, we infer lim! Open Home war fl Dleafarzl afmfion. gdllblfkg MRS. ANN MORGAN: Business: University of Toledo, B. of Ed.: F.B.L.A. Adviser, Sophomore Y-Teen Adviser. MELVIN MORTIMER: Mathematics: University of Toledo, B.S. in Engineering, B. of Ed. JOHN NEEDLES: Business: Bowling Green State University, B.S.: Columbia University, M.A.: F.B.L.A. Adviser, Golf Coach, Assistant Athletic Manager, Hi-Y Adviser. EDWARD PACKER: Industrial Arts, University of Toledo, B.S., Ohio State University, M.A. 320: MRS. JULIA MOODY ,JOHN NEEDLES 76? MRS. LOUISE MEFFLEY MRS. SUZANNE MERICLE 05... of , 'EP' MRS. MARY MILLER J . MRS. ANN MORGAN EDWARD PACKER ANTHONY PAPPAS: Mathematics, Ohio State University, B. of S. in Ed. MRS. jANET QPARKJ LEWIS: Home Economics and Orientationg Michigan State University, B.S. ANTHONY PAPPAS Green State University, B. of Fine Arts. LASETTA PICKARD: Science, University of Mich- igan, B.A., M.A.g Biology Club Co-Adviser. MRS. MARY ANN PINKAVA: Englishg Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed.g Junior Y-Teen Adviser. Min Deming ffa,i'lJe,f ber familiar smile. MRS. J. qPARK3 LEWIS Cllflflhy MRS. J, PELLEGRINO LASETTA PICKARD MRS. jEAN PRITCHARD: Orientation, University of Toledo, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., junior L E Q fi Y-Teen Adviser. K' CHARLES ROBINSON: Sclenceg Miami Universi- ty, B.S. in Ed., Director of Athletics. ROBERT RUPERT: Orientation and Driver Educa- tion' Ohio Northern University, B.S. of Ed., Bowl MRS. MARY A. PINKAVA MRS JEAN PRITCHARD mg Green State University M A Head B1slsetball CHARLES ROBINSON L - Coach Tennis Coach versity B.S. in Ed. , Q yV., ...Sf ., V. , S 1 H- RONALD SCHLIEVERT: Physical ELlLlCI1tlOI1' Uni- A J ' V 'L . versity of Toledo B. of Ed. V b K , X - Q ROBERT RUPERT LOUIS SCHIRA RONALD SCHLIEVERT LOUIS scH1RA: Industrial Arts' ohio stare Uni- .IONNY SIDENBENDER BURTON SPICE MRS. FRIEDA ULLMAN C' -a-rn-as I ALBIN VAZNELIS CHARLES XVEINSTOCK joNNY SIDENBENDER1 indusmfu Arts, Bowl- ing Green State University, B.S. in Ed. MRS. MARGARET SNIDER: English, West Lib- erty State College, B.A.g University of Pittsburgh, 1 M.A. , MRS. MARGARET SNIDER MRS. CATHERINE SNOW "iii MRS. CATHERINE SNOW: Englishg University of Toledo, B. of Ed. ,., BURTON SPICE: Business Education: University , of Toledo, B.A.g F.B.L.A. Adviser: Assistant Bas- ketball Coach. MRS. FLORENCE TANNER: Home Nursing, Uni- versity of Toledo, B. of Ed., St. Luke's Hospital, - '---1 ' -- i 15 gr W? -"' R.N., F.N.A. Adviser. ff' MRS. FLORENCE TANNER MARY THOMPSON :Q :-, g S1 f acu fy A pgs-. v LAXVR ENCE VANDER "Down by live Old Miff Slrea1l1," Li' zz perelzzzhzl f11m1'1fc of Mic family Barbershop Qnarlel. MARY THOMPSON: Home Economics: University of Toledo, B. of Ed., M.A. MRS. FRIEDA ULLMAN: English: Pembrake Col- lege in Brown University, B.A.g University of Tole- dog Freshman Y-Teen Adviser. LAWRENCE VANDER: Social Studies, Depart- ment Chairman, University of Toledo, B.A., M.A. ALBIN VAZNELIS: English: Morehead College, B.A.g Springfield fMass.j College, M. of Ed., As- sistant Football Coach, Baseball Coach. CHARLES WEINSTOCK: Science, Marietta Col- lege, B.A., University of Michigan, M.A. in Ed. rzzz- XVI LLIAM WIRICK MRS. HILDEGARDE CROSS Hw- MRS. J. HUBBARD WILLIAM WIRICK: Science: Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed.g Columbia University, M.A.g Track Coach, Lightweight Football Coach. JON ROCKHOLD SS' . ,'.r f be .x l . , if xiii A 'Sf MRS. GLADYS BYRN JON ROCKHOLD: Englishg Bowling Green State University, B.S. in Ed. MRS. GLADYS BYRN: Boys' Attendance Clerk. MRS. HILDEGARDE CROSS: Library Clerk. CAROL HEPNER1 senior Clerk-Treasurer, CAROL HEPNER jab' "Now llmlla' an aufzfying piClllI'9.'n SHIRLEY HEPNER: Book Clerk. MRS. GLADYS JUST: Counselor's Clerk. JOYCE OSTERUD: Secretary. MRS. JANE REEME: Girls' Attendance Clerk. eggs MRS. JACQUELYN HUBBARD: Record Clerk. SHIRLEY HEPNIZR MRS. GLADYS JUST JOYCE OSTERUD MRS. JANE REEME si , V'-15'-X ,x ,4 -1 . if ' A ' N Q. ' saga ima Y lggfgfl ' 4 x ...Q W2 sk x . 4 1 .i. ., X. I is r Q 5 ws I 41- 6 -4' 11 1 ' . W , K 4 - - . 1 - .4 Q ' f .Q M A P X N ' wif ,A . --V - .- - 1 X 4. ' ' 521 iiiifss' .isgfffi '54 I X A . 'MM 'Q 85 A Y ., "N ,L 1 .1 3.41 I Rh- 'f ' 'E!'epL42 Q,-f 1 xwmi, -131. I" . 5 :A A ,v I Ig 'Yi' N f gf' srl' . 0 ' I ,Q 4 g q . .J AQ, . V 'Q V lbxfs f Y Xl. ,I at 1 C 1 A- Giving to Libbey a distinct personality are the students who study, learn, and achieve within these walls. Each class has its own traits and mores which impart to its members .1 distinct individuality, yet it is this symbiotic relationship that gives Libbey its pulse and its heartbeat. To the freshman, eager and naive, Libbey has just begun to be more than a symbol. For the enthusiastic sophomores, high school classes are rapidly becoming an integral part of life. To the sophisticated juniors, whose class rings symbolize their growth and maturity, knowledge and culture have become accepted worthwhile goals. For the seniors. who, exuberant yet doleful, cannot halt the progress towards the termin- ation of their careers at Libbey, the memories of former years are already becoming clouded with faint nostalgia. Like all vast institutions, Libbey maintains its stability by the process of constant altera- tion and adaptation. We who are Libbey also change during our four years of pursuing knowledge, and these pages are the appropriate annals of our school life. 4:25,: - QETUUENTX7 iv' 23 X -J., 'W' O . 23.2 ,qu ,,, Q5- el'llf0l'5 ALBAIN, DAVID ALLEN, JOAN: Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4g F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Treas. 3, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, jr. Play Prop. Com., Football Queen Attendant. ALLEN, ULYSSES: Hi-Y 4g Play Production 2, Pro- jection 3g Rhythm Roundup 2. ALLISON, JACKIE: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Choir 2, 3, 4. AMMONS, CAREY: Hi-Y 3, 4, Football lg Tennis 1, 2, Home Room Rep. 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ANDERSON, RUBY: Zets 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club 2, Home Room Rep. 1, Mimeographing 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com., National Honor 4. BAARS, SUZANNE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Prompter, Nurse's Aide 35 Edeliafz, Faculty Editor 4. Caprzbly guiding the 1960 Senior Clan ilarougla a we- momble year were Neil Cook, .rergeafzf-ar-arn1.r,' Carole Haare, .ren'emry-trefzrurer,' Dirk Ewen, preyidenig and jane Suzor, rfire-prefiderzl. BALIN, MARVIN: Basketball 1. BALL, JANET: Y-Teens 4, U.N. Club 1, 3, Treas. 2g jr. Play, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Sr. Play Make-up Com. BALL, JOHN BARNUM, DICK: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, jr. Play. BARR, ROBERTA: Biology Club 2, F.N.A. 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1. BASHORE, BARRY: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4g jr. and Sr. Play, Cowboy Roundup Com. BAUMGARTNER, DONALD: Q.D.'s 4. ...f 'K ' A -3' -1 5 , wil' , .3 .3 , is . A A-1 ,gz. V' W A . ' 1' BEAUCH, ROVELLA: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: jr. Red Cross 1: Home Room Rep. l. BEAUREGARD, JAMES BEcHTEL, TWILA: Phils 2, 5, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3: Girls' Gym Office 3. BECK, TOM: Hi-Y 3, 4: Spanish Club Treas. 4: Rhythm Roundup 2: Band 3, Librarian l, 2, Student Conductor 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Track 1, 2: Sr. Announcement Com. BECKER, DOUGLAS: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Mimeograph- ing 4: National Honor 4. BECKWITH, BRUCE: Forum 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Sgt.- at-Arms 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 1, 2, Varsity 33 Sr. Prom. Com. BENTLEY, MARTHA: Phil Campbell High School, Alabama l: Y-Teens 4: Libbey Leaders 3: Pep Club 3: Dean's Aide 4. Senior fuezzlluffi of Sfudezzl C0l1l1!'iI who d.f,l'i.l'f6'l! in pfmzzziflg nm' final year :were Kev Najarinll, Bobbie Palfon, Rila Neal, and lnhn Pellermfz. BERRY, SUSAN: Y-Teens 3, 4. BETTS, DIANA BISHOP, PATTI: Y-Teens 1, 2: Y.F.C. 2: Home Room Rep. 2: Rhythm Roundup 3: Library 2, 3. BOEHK, SUSAN: National Honor 3, 4: Zets 4: Y- Teens 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 1, 2: Biology Club 2: Nurse's Aide 3: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4: Buckeye Girls' State 3: Spanish Club Corres. Secy. 4: Edeliazz, Faculty Edi- tor 4. BOLDT, KENNETH: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: jr. Play: National Honor 4. BORTON, jAMES: Q. D.'s 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2. BOST, MARLENE: Scott 1: Choir 3. 4. ,212 1... Y-lf ,ff- BOSTIC, MARSHAL: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Cross Coun- try 4. BOTTLES, RAYMOND: Football 1: Basketball 1. BOWER, PEG: National Honor 3, 4: Classical Honor 3, 4: Peries 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: j.C.L. 3, 4: U.N. Club 2, 31Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: jr. Play Prop. Com.: Buckeye Girls' State 3: Edelian, Sports Editor 4. BRADSHAW, WILLIAM: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Sr. Play Stage Mgr. BRAUN, KAREN: Phils 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Rep. 2: F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Treas. 3: U.N. Club 2: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Girls' Gym Office 2: Pep Club 3: Sr. Play Prop. Com. BRAUNSCHWEIGER, SUE: National Honor 3, 4: Phils 2, 3, Sr. Censor 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Rep. 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Nurse's Aide 3: Cryflfzl Page Editor 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4' Sr. Announcement Com.: Sr. Play. a BREMER, JOHN BRESSLER, JUDITH: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Office 3. BROADWAY, ROGER: Track 1, 2. BROCKMAN, IAMES: Football 1, 2: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Home Room Rep. 3: jr. Achievement 2, 3. BROGAN, MONA CAROL: Cafeteria 2, 5, 4, F.B. LA. 2, 3, 4. BROWN, MARTIN: Hi-Y 2: Track 1. BROWNING, GLENN: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. BRUG, JAMES: National Honor 3, 4: Classical Honor 3, 4. BRUNO, JUDITH: Y-Teens 1: Choir 2, 3, 4: Jr. and Sr. Play: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Libbey Leaders 4. BUEHRER, JANET: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: F.N.A. 3, Secy. 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: jr. Play Prompter. BURKEY, KENNETH: National Honor 4. BURMEISTER, JUDITH: Y-Teens l: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Choir 2, 3: Rhythm Roundup 3. Ai -'r pl' '. "J", 'ef 'z ' -4.-1:-' :Ili I .I ci. F,- BURNHAM, SHEILA: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: F.B. L.A. 1. BYRD, WILLENA: Y-Teens 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Choir 1, 4, Sr. An- nouncement Com. CAMPBELL, BARBARA: F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Projection 3: jr. Achievement 2. CAMPBELL, JUDITH: Y-Teens 2: F.T.A. 2, 35 U.N. Club 2. CAPAZO, JOAN, Woodward High School 1, Jr. and Sr. Play. CHAMBERS, KENNETH: Dramatics Club 3, Fresh- man Basketball Mgr. CHAMBERS, MARY LOU: Y-Teens 1, 2, Girls' Gym Office 2, 3, Pep Club 3. CHAMPION, RONALD: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Pres. 2, 3, j.C.L. lg Football 1, Basketball Mgr. 23 jr. and Sr. Play: National Honor 4. CHANEY, CECELIA: Central Catholic lg F.T.A. 2, Y-Teens 1, 2: Biology Club 2. CLAPP, ROBERT: Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 4. CLAPPER, WILLIAM CLARK, JUDITH: Central Catholic 1, Y-Teens 3, Treas. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 3: Mimeographing 4, Cowboy Roundup Com.: Sr. Play Prop. Com. CLEVENGER, JOHN: Forum 2, 3, Treas. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, j.C.L. 1, Dramatics Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Light- weight Football Mgr. 2, Varsity Football Mgr. 3, 4: jr. Prom. Com., jr. Play, Sr. Banquet Com.: National Honor 4. COLEMAN, HARRIET: F.N.A. 3. COLEY, ELOISE: F.N.A. 3, 4. COOK, LARRY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Basketball 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Base- ball Varsity 3, 4, jr. Prom. Com., Home Room Rep. I, 2, 3. COOK, NEIL: Q.D.'s 3, 4, Football 3, 43 Track 3, Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, National Honor 4. CORNWELL, CHARLES: jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2. :29f 1 CORWIN, ROBERTA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Phils 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, jr. Red Cross lg Pep Club 3, 4, Library 3, 49 jr. Play Make-up Com., Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com., Dramatics Club 3, 4, Mimeo- graphing 4, Sr. Play Prop Com., National Honor 4. COTTER, CATHY: Central lg Pep Club 3, Biology Club 2g Libbey Leaders 3, 4. COURT, SHERI: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, Co-Captain 45 Biology Club 2, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Sr. Banquet Com., Sr. Play Prop. Com. COX, CHARLES: Q.D.'s 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4g Ten- nis 33 Baseball l. CRIPPEN, LINDA: Central lg Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. CRUM, DIANE: Phils 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 45 U.N. Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Drama- tics Club 3, 4, Athletic Office 2, 3, 4, jr. and Sr. Play Prop. Com., Rhythm Roundup 2, Dean's Aide 4. DALTON, BARBARA: Phils 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 4, Y- Teens 1, 4, Chaplain 2, Treas. 35 F.T.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Prop, Com., Edelian. Advertising Editor 4, jr. Class Treas., Home Room Rep. 2, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 4. The mmmilfec 1N!1Illb?I'.I' of llae firrl big danre of the year, lhe Cowboy Rllllillfllp, were Brenda Kfzrrrhal, jim Min-ler, fudy Clark. Dave Meyer-rbairnzmz, Sire llyil- mn, lame! O'Neil, Barry Ba.rhm'e, nm! Mary Sw Wil- lizzger. fIIOf in illzzrfralionj Ed Garrell. DAMSCHRODER, NELSON DANKO, RICHARD DAUER, BECKY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. l, 2, 33 Biology Club 2, Treas. 3, Libbey Leaders 2, 3, Pres. 4, National Honor 4. DAVIS, PATTI: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, U.N. Club 2, 5, Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Sr. Play Prop. Com. DAVO, SHARON DAWSON, DORIS: Y-Teens 4. DE CIUS, DARLENE: Mimeographing 4. I .. 1- DE MARS, JOHN: Football 1, 2: Track l, 2: For- um 4. DOLBY, MARSHA: National Honor 3, 43 Classical Honor 1, 2, 3, 4g Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 5: F.N.A. 2, 4, Treas. 3g j.C.L. 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 3: Cryiml 3. 2nd Page Editor 4: jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, City Rep. 1, 2, Vice Pres. 3, City Pres. 4g Sr. Play Com. DOTSON, BRENDA DOTSON, CRAIG: Basketball 1, 2, varsity 5, 4. DOTSON, Louis DOUGLAS, FRANCES: Y-Teens 5. DUNGAN, SHARON: scoff 1, 2. Hmzdling lbe liremme delnilr Ilya! gave lhe Jenior play a proferyional look were from ofzej Carol Melrher, Dorolhy Smilax, 'llltlj' Hd7'l!l'Il',' from lzvoj CfIll.l'll17ll'C' Powell, .llarslm Dolby, Nick Hfzzfzrdy fron' llnreej Or- lando Lucero, Terry Srbfzell-rlmirnzmz, and Bill Ster- ling. DUNCAN, STUART: Dramatics Club 3, 4g Football 1, 2g Baseball 2, 45 jr. Play: jr. Play Prop. Com.g Banc 45 U.N. Club 2, 3. ELDER, RICHARD: Hi-Y 3, 4: Track 1, 2. ELDREDGE, CAROL: National Honor 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. ELLIOTT, BOB: Whitmer High School 1, 2. ELLWOOD, jOYCE: Y-Teens 1, 45 li.B.L,A. 2, 3, 4. ERRINGTON, MICHAEL: Football lg Gym Office 3: Sr. Memorial Com. EVEARITT, JACK: Bowling 1. '!'.""" JL., l . as K ' t -Qig- J . 3 Q 9 . EWEN, DICK: Forum 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football I, 2, Varsity 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 3, jr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup 2, Sr. Class Pres., Na- tional Honor 4. FARNHAM, LAWRENCE: Biology Club 3, 4, Drama- tics Club 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 1, 4, Pres. 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup l, 2, 3, 4, jr. and Sr, Play, Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 2. 3, National Honor 4. FAVRO, OAKIE: F.B.L.A. 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, jr. and Sr. Play, jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4, Sr. Memorial Com., Chm. FEEHRMEYER, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, U.N. Club 2, Pep Club 3, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. FELSER, ROBERT: Bowling l. FINESKE, JUDY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N,A. 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 1, Libbey Leaders 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Criifrz! Exchange Editor 3, Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2, 3. FINK, DAVID: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. FLYNN, TERRY: Home Room Rep. I, 2, 3, Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 2, Basketball lg Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Achievement 2, jr. and Sr. Play. FOX, BARBARA: Y-Teens l, 2, F.B.L.A. 2, Rep. 3, Treas, 4, U.N. Club 2, Sr. Banquet Com., National Honor 4. FRAGOSO, TERRY FRANK, ANNETTE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Rcp. 3, F.B. L.A. 2, 3, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, FREEMAN, FRED: Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 1. FRITCH, RONALD: Football 1, 2, Wfrestling 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 4. FROSCH, JUDITH: Y-Teens 4. FULLER, DALETTA: F.T.A. 2, National Honor 4. FUNKA, JUDY: Zets 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Athletic Office 3, 1, National Honor 4. FYOCK, ROBERT: Hi-Y 3, 4, Football l. GANCHOU, SANDRA: National Honor 3. 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, Pep Club 3, Testing Aide 1, 2, 3, Mimeographing 4, jr. Play Prop. Com. :32,, GANSS, MARY BETH: Zets 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, Rep. 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 43 Gym Office 35 Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4g Sr. Play Scenery Com.g National Honor 4. GANTZ, JUDITH: Y-Teens l, 2, 4g F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. GARNER, SALLY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 3, 4, Home Room Rep. 1, Rhythm Roundup 35 Pep Club 3. GARNER, JAMES GARNER. RICHARD: Football 1. 2, Varsity 3, 4. GARRETT, EDWARD: Biology Club 2, 4, Reporter 3g Dramatics Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Cowboy Roundup Com., Sr. Play Scenery Com. GARRISON, RAE LYNN: Y-Teens lg Biology Club 2, Home Room Rep. 1. GARVER, DENNY: Football 1, 2. GEER, SANDRA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Athletic Office 4, Dean's Aide 4. GENUNG, JANET: Zets 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4g jr. Red Cross lg Sr. Memorial Com,g Erleliau, Senior Editor 4. GEORGE, DAWN: wane 1, 2, 3. GERDING, DARLA GERoN1Mo, RAY: Hi-Y 4. GILES, LESLIE: wane 1. GIVEN, MELANIE: Y-Teens 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Dean's Aide lg Spanish Club Rec. Secy. 4. GONZALES, CECILIA: Whitney 2, Y-Teens 4. GOON, ROXIE: Y-Teens 1, 2, F.B.L.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Office 2, 3, 4. GRAHAM, AL :33: GRAU, FRED: Bowling 2, 4. GRIBBLE, SANDRA: Scott 2. GROAH, NANCY: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Dean's Aide 4. GRONAU, NONA: Y-Teens 1, F.T.A. 2, 3. GRUND, JANICE: Phils 2, 3, Treas. 4, Y-Tec-ns 1, 2, 3, 4, J.C.I.. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 4, Secy. 3, Classical Honor 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play Com., Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Home Room Rep. 2, Orchestra 1, National Honor 4. GUTTING, ROBERTA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, F.N.A. 3, 4, Gym Office 3, U.N. Club 2. HAASE, BARBARA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Chaplain 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. HAASE, CAROLE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Athletic Office 3, Sr. Class Secy.-Treas., Sr. Play Prop. Com. HALL, MARGARET: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Projection 1, 2. HALTEMAN, BARBARA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, National Honor 4. HAMER, GRACE: Y-Teens 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 3. HANF, LOUIS HARGRAVE, LORENA: F.T.A. 3, 4, jr. Play Com,, Buckeye Girls' State 3, National Honor 4. HARLOW, JUDITH: Y-Teens l, 3, 4: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Com., National Honor 4. HARRIS, MARGARET: Gym Office 1, 3. HARRIS, ROBERT: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3. HARRISON, ROBERT: Edelifzn Circulation Staff 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Activities Office 4, Projec- tion 1. HARSTE, CHARLES: Hi-Y 4, Bowling 3, 4, Sr. Ban- quet Com. Chm., Sr. Play Scenery Com. :34: HARTWIG, IAMES: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Rec. Secy. -1, Base- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4. HASENAUR, IAMES: Football l, Band 1, 2. HAYDEN, SHARON: Y-Teens 1, 4, F.N.A. 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 3, Historian 4. HAYES, WALTER: Hi-Y 2, Basketball 1, HAYTON, ROBERT: Bono High School 3, Hi-Y 2, 4, Football I, Basketball 1, Cross Country 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4. HAZARD, WILLIS: Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, Basketball 1, Track 2, 3, Wrestling 3, Sr. Play Com. HEER, DIANA: Peries 3, Censor 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, lr. Red Cross 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 33 Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Home Room Rep. 3, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Prom Com. HEHL, DAVID HELTON, LORRINE: F.B.L.A. l, 2, 3, Athletic Of- fice 3. HENNESSY, SHARON: Peries 2, 3 Corres. Secy. 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Dearfs Aide 2, 3, 4, Cryufzl 3, Page Editor 4, jr. Ring Com., Rhythm Roundup 2: National Honor 4. HERZIG, WILLIAM: Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 2. HILL, SHARON: Y-Teens 2, 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. HOCHMUTH, JOANNE: Choir 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4. HOLLOPETER, IOHN HOLMES, DIANE: Y-Teens 4, Biology Club 2, F.N.A. 2. HORN, SHARON: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 3, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, U.N. Club 2, 3, Testing Aide l, 2, 3, jr. Play Prop. Com., Sr. Banquet Com. HOROSEXVSKI, VINCENT: Miller City, New Cleve- land High School I, 2. HOWELL, PAULINE :-as - HUBBELL, WILLIAM: Basketball Mgr. 3, -ig Sr. Play Scenery Com. HUDANSKI, MARLENE: Y-Teens 45 F.B.L.A. 2, 35 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Athletic Office 3, 45 Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 2, 35 jr. Play Make-up Com.5 Sr. Play. HURLEY, MARCIA: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 F.B.L.A. Z5 Spanish Club 4. INMAN, TOM ACOB MAR ORIE Z ts 3 i YTecns l " ,l I ,l fe' ,fi ' lf 12,3-'42 Dean's Aide 25 Sr. Banquet C0m.5 Iidefian. Assoc. Editor 45 National Honor 4. jAMESON, jOYCE: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 U.N. Club 25 Pep Club 35 Sr. Memorial Com. jAMISON, PATRICIA: Phils 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 U.N. Club 2, 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Li- brary l, 2, 35 jr. Class Secy.5 Rhythm Roundup 2. Re.i'p0f1.rible for lfae l'llfl'6'.l.Yfllf mle of Ike lellffll' .111- IIf1ll7It'87IIe'lIf.f were Size Bf:IfHIlilJlll'C'fgH', llviffie Bjwl. Bf1rbm'afuli11.i', Karen llVefzel, Tom Berk. Gary Slick- er, and Ken Miller. jANISZEWSKI, DOROTHY: F.B.L.A. 2, 35 jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3. jARRINS, LARRY: Holland High School 15 Q.D.'s 2, 3, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 Football 2, Varsity 3. 45 Track 2, 3, Mgr. 4. jOHNSON, NANCY: Central 15 Y-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 35 Sr. Play Prop. Com. jOHNSTON, THOMAS jONES, jUDITH: Zets 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 jr. Ring Com.5 jr. Play. jONES, SHIRLEY jULIUS, BARBARA: National Honor 3, Secy. 45 Zets 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. I. 2, 35 Main Office 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Sr. Announcement Com.: Ede- liarz. Senior Editor 4. 236: 11 2? 5,6-f .1 ff KATSCHKE, ROBERT: Q.D.'s 2, 3. 4: Football 1, 2: Basketball lg Wrestling 4. KEATON, BARBARA: Clay High School 1, 2, 3. KEIM, RICHARD: Track 1, 2. KELLAR, CAROL: Y'Teens 4. KELLER, GARY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. KELLERMANN, ANET: Phils 2 r. Censor 3 Vice Pres. 4: Y-Teens JZ, 3, 4, Secy. 1glF.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Dean's Aide 1, 23 Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Home Room Rep. lg Pep Club 33 jr. Prom Com.: jr. and Sr. Play Prop Com. KENDALL, KAREN: Y-Teens 4g F.T.A. 4: Cafe- teria 4. Cn111111iltee lI16lI1!9L'l'l' for fha! lllflff i111p01'lf111f affair, Ihr' j1111im-.Ye11if11' Prom, izwcf fron' ouej Ixidflli-'ll Lange, Nimle Kendall, Diana Heer. fl'l111is'ha Sloflx frniz' Iufoj Biff Sheplae1'd, Bob Pfeifervi'l9ai1'111a1z, and Brure Berk- wills. KENDALL, NICOLE: Y-Teens 3, 4g F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4g l'.T.A. 3, 45 Pep Club 3, jr. Red Cross 1, 2: Rhythm Roundup Make-up Com. 33 lr. Ring Com.: Sr. Prom Com.: Sr. Play Scenery Com. KENOWER, JUDITH KERN, BRUCE: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Football l, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Track l, 2, 3: Wrestling 3. KEPLER, JAMES: Hi-Y 4: Football 2. KERN, PAT: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Red Cross l. KIRIAN, LARRY: Bowling 2, 3. KISS, SHARON 137. J S. f I Z"'r ' 'Ffh 4 1 .6 .-if H 'F KNACK, ROBERT KNOTT, KAY KONCZAL, GEORGE: Central l, 2. KOPITKE, jUDITH: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Libbey Lead- ers 2. KORB, jOAN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Secy.-Treas. 4: Rhythm Roundup 3. KRETZINGER, jAMES: Q.D.'s 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Chaplain 4: Basketball lg Baseball 2, 3, 4. KRONMANN, LEAH: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 35 F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: j.C.L. lg jr. Play: Edeliau, Activities Editor 4: National Honor 4. KRUEGER, CLARK: Football l, 2, Baseball 4. KRUEGER, SHIRLEY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. KURSCHAT, BRENDA: Phils 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: lf.B.L.A, 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Dramatics Club 3, 43 Libbey Leaders 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Mimeograph- ing 4: Rhythm Roundup 2, 35 Home Room Rep. 2: jr. and Sr. Play: Cowboy Roundup Com.: National Honor 4. LANGE, NANCY: National Honor 3, Vice Pres. 4: Classical Honor l, 2, 4, Pres. 3: Phils 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: j.C.L. lg Buckeye Girls' State 3: Rhythm Roundup 3: Sr. Prom Com.: Sr. Play Scenery Com. LA PLANTE, FRANKLIN, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross lg Chess Club 3: Hi-Y 4. LAY, JEAN LEAL, jUDITH: Y-Teens 3, Pep Club 3. LE GRON, PAT: Y-Teens I, 2, 3: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3. LEHR, PATRICIA: If.N.A. 3, 4. LEIBUS, jUNE: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, -13 I:.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, jr. Play: Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3: Sr. Play Prompter. LEITH, WARREN: Basketball 1, 2. 1538: E5 'B -aj, ix... I I Q . , ... 2 A ' Yi- .fl ,E-,g1ns,.,. .I :fuzz f -f ' -fi ,, , 'Riff t A LINCOLN, SHARON LINDHURST. BARBARA: Y-Teens 1, 2. LIVINGS, IANICE: Y-Teens 1, 2. LONG, LORNA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, F.N.A. 3, 4, Dean's Aide 4, Sr. Memorial Com. LONGBRAKE, LINDA: National Honor 3, 4, Zets 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, Reporter 3, Secy. 4, U.N. Club 2: Pep Club 35 Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, Mimeographing 4. LOTHERY, MICHAEL: jr. Achievement 1, 2, 3. LUCERO, ORLANDO: Scott 1: Biology Club 2, Rhythm Roundup 2, Sr, Play Com.: National Honor 4. LUHRING, SUE: Biology Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, Chaplain 3, Vice Pres. 4, Library 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4, National Honor 4. MCCARTHY, ROBERT: Forum 5, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. MCCAULEY, CHARLES: Woodward 2. MCCAULEY, DAVID: St. Francis 1, Woodward 2. MCCOWN, MICHAEL MCCRARY, SUE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Libbey Leaders 3: Cryrtal 3, Business Editor 4. MCGEARY, KAREN: Y-Teens 4. MCGEE, JAMES MADDEN, LARRY: Rogers 1, 2. MAHAN, GLEN: Football I. MALL, DAVID: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Cross Country 4: Wrestling 4: National Honor 4. 'v,,... . 1... S I MALOHN, JAMES: Bowling 3, 4. MARTIN, BETTY: Scott 1, 2. MARVIN, DENNIS: Band lg National Honor 4. MASON, JUDITH: Princess Mary High School, Eng- land, 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 4, F.N.A. 4. MATHERLY, JOE: J.C.L. 1, 23 Biology Club 2: Dra- matics Club 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 35 Jr. and Sr. Play Scenery Com., Edelimz, Copywrite Editor 4, National Honor 4. MATZ, CLIFFORD MEAGHER, JUDITH: Y-Teens 39 Pep Club 3. MEEKER, MARY MEINKA, BECKY: Rogers 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, F.B. L.A. 2, 3, 4. MELCHER, CAROL: National Honor 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 4, Sr. Play Com.: Edelifm, Art Editor 4, Dramatics Club 4. MELTON, WALLACE MERKEL, HETTIE: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. MERRITT, JAMES: Football Mgr. 2, Basketball Mgr. 2, Baseball Mgr. 1, 2, 3, Q.D.'s 4. METOFF, CARL: Macomber 1: Hi-Y 4, Projection 1, 2: Bowling 3, 45 Golf 4: Biology Club 2. MEYER, DAVID: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Ten- nis, 2, 3, Jr. Ring Com.: Cowboy Roundup Com., Chm.g National Honor 4. MEYERS, SANDRA: Activities Office 1, 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 3, Edelimz Circulation 1, 2, 3, 4. MILLER, KENNETH: National Honor 3, 4, Classical Honor 33 Forum 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Orchestra 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4g Jr. Play Com.: Rhythm Roundup 2, Sr. Announcement Com. MILLER, LINDA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Rhythm Round- up 2, 3: Dramatics Club 2. 3403. MILLER, SHERRY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. MILLS, DARLENE: Libbey Leaders 2, 3. MINNICK, SUSAN: Whitney 2. MISSLER, JAMES: Track 1, 2: jr. Play, Cowboy Roundup Com. MIX, BOB: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 1, 2: Red Cross 1: Football 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Home Room Rep. 1: Forum 3, 4. MOFFATT, LINDA: Classical Honor 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Dramatics Club 3, 4: jr. Play: Choir 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Rhythm Roundup 3: National Honor 4. MONGER, NANCY: Phils 2, 3, Corres. Secy. 4: Y- Teens 2, 3, 4, Rep. 1: Dramatics Club 3, Pres. 4: Ir. and Sr. Play: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4: Football Queen Attendant: National Honor 4. MOORE, OWEN: Tennis 1, 2, 3: jr. Play: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. MORRIS, DON: Football 2. MORRIS, KENNETH: Hi-Y 4: Sr. Play. MORRISON, JAMES PETER: National Honor 3, 4: Classical Honor 1, 2, 4, Vice Pres. 3: Forum 2, 3, Pres. 4: j.C.L. 1: Football 1, 2: Track 1, 2: Wrestling 3, 4: Cross Country 4: jr. Class Pres.: Valedictorian. MOULTON, CAROLYN: Phils 2, 3, Rec. Secy. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: U.N. Club 1, 2: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: F.T.A. 1, 2 ,3, 4: jr. Play Com.: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Sr. Play Prop. Com. MOYER, MARCO: Peries 2, 3: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. MUGLER, CHARLES: National Honor 4. MUMMERT, HELEN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: U.N. Club 2: Library 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3. MURPHY, DENNY: Forum 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Foot- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 4. MURPHY, SANDRA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Activities Office 1, 2, 3, 4: Mimeographing 4: Edelian Circulation 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. MURRIA, DORIS: F.B.L.A. 2. 41 if! P? Ek. MYERS, DEAN: Forum 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Baseball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4. MYERS, JUDITH: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4. NAJARIAN, KEN: Q.D.'s 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pres. 4, Hi-Y 4, Censor 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Student Council 3, 4, Track 1, 2, National Honor 4. NEAL, RITA JEAN: Zets 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens l, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, F.N.A. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Library 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3, 4, Home Room Rep. 2, U.N. Club 2, Secy, 3, Pep Club Pres. 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, 4, Football Queen, Edelimz, Un- derclass Editor, 4, National Honor 4. NEER, RICHARD NEWCOMER, ROGER: Football 2. NORRIS, JAMES: Track 2, Home Room Rep, 1. Sara fame Sllllz, Margie lamb, Sharon Hom. 1111.711 Clw- enger, Barbara Fox frail' mzej, Sheri Court, Doroflfy Pellon, jack O'Neil, Sue Schneider, and Charlet Harrie --rlaai1'111mz, fmw fwoj made the Senior 8:l1lqllL'f of 1960 cl .rm'ces'J. O'NEIL, JACK: National Honor 3, 4, Classical Honor 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Sr. Banquet Com., Basket- ball 2. O'NElL, JANET: Zets 2, Jr. Historian 3, Corres. Secy. 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Pres. 4, Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Scenery Com., Cow- boy Roundup Com. OSBORN, DAVID: National Honor 3, Pres. 4, Forum 2, 3, 4, J.C.L. 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Varsity 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Home Room Rep. 1, Band 1, Hi-Y 4: Iidelifuz Editor-in-chief 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, Wrestling 3, 4, Classical Honor 2, 3, 4. OSBURN, DOUGLAS: Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. OTT, PAULINE: National Honor 3, 4, Zets 2, Jr Censor 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Secy. 2, F.T.A. 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Jr. Play Com., Gym Office 1, Buckeye Girls' State 59 Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, Home Room Rep. 3, Iidelinu. Advertising Editor 4. OVERHOLT, MIKE: Band I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis l, 2: Football Mgr. 1. OVERSTREET, JOYCE: F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3. 242: Q . 3 if 'uf' , J' j 1 Q 'uf' . OWENS, ANGIE: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, li: P.N.A. 3, 4: jr. Achievement. PARKER, JAMES PARROTT, SHIRLEY: Rossford l. PATTON, ROBERTA: Peries 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: F.T.A. 2, 4, Chaplain 3: Biology Club 2: Rhythm Roundup 3: jr. and Sr. Play Prop. Com.: Stu- dent Council 4: National Honor 4. 1 vp:-file . A ,X J' , , . ' N f Il- ,S A . gcylm.-,.i PAUKEN, ELIZABETH: Ursuline Academy I, 2. PAUTZ, SANDRA: Zets 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, Chap- lain 2: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 3: Pep Club 4: Spanish Club 4. PELTON, DOROTHY: Phils 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, Secy. 4: Dean's Aide 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Choir 4: Home Room Rep. 2: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Sr. Banquet Com. Choofizzg ll lokeu of vlan loyalty zum' lhe fail: let be- fore the Senior Memorial Cofflmilfee :which l'U7l.l'f.l'f6d of frnu' one, Bill Tm'11.rclJke, Lvrmi Long. fame! Gxwlllllg. Oakie Fdl'V07l'hdil'I1ll7II, fl'0Il' fufoj jim R0l1w'lf, foyce ffzzffefwz, and Mike Errizlgfou. PETH, KAREN: Y-Teens l: lf.B.I..A, 2, 3, 4: Activi- ties Office I, 2, 3, 4: Ecfelimz Circulation l, 2. 3, 4. PETTERSON, IOHN: Student Council I, 2, Vice Pres, 3, Pres. 4: Forum 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3: Tennis 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Wrc-stling 3, 4: Track l, 2: jr. Play Stage Com. PFEIFER, ROBERT: National Honor 3, Treas. 4: For- um 3, Chaplain 4: Biology Club 2: Dramatics Club 3: jr. Play Com.: Buckeye Boys' State 3: Spanish Club Pres. 4: Wrestling 4: Sr. Prom Com. Chrm.: lfdelmzz. Sports Editor 4: Valedictorian. PIOTRASCHKE, TERRENCE: Classical Honor 3, 4: j.C.L. 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Dramatics Club 3, Sgt,-at Arms 4: Basketball l: jr. Play Stage Com.: Orchestra 1, 2: Sr. Play: National Honor 4. POPP, SANDRA: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Library I, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Rep. 2, 3: U.N. Club 2, 3: F.N.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Edelman Underclass Editor 4: National Honor 4. POVUELL, CONSTANCE: Y-Teens -ig Biology Club 2: Chorus 4: Sr. Play Com. PRATT, BARRY : 1. ,any Ii 'O' . -'.'f. ' .ggi 5. -s 1.4! ,Q ri .'Ol, T329 J "' PRYOR JANE1 PRZEPIERSKI, MARGIE PURCELL, jOHN: Great Bridge, Virginia lg Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Football 2: Basketball 2: Golf 2, 3, 4: Home Rome Rep. 2. PURSE, NICK: Hi-Y 3, 4, Q.D.'s 4. RACE, FRED RADKE, RON: Hi-Y 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Basket- ball 1, 2: Golf 2, 3: Bowling I: jr. Play Prop. Com. RAMSEUR, LINDA: Zets 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3: F.B.L.A. 2: Pep Club 3. RAPP, CAROL: F.B.L.A. 3: Y.F.C. Treas. 2: Cafeter- ia 3, 4. RAWLINGS, SANDRA: Y-Teens 1, 2: F.B.L.A. 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3. RAYBURN, SUZETTE: Phils 2, 3: Y-Teens 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 2. RAYFORD, WILLIAM: Football 3: Track 2. REID, RUBY: Y-Teens 1, 3: F.B.L.A. 2: Pep Club 3: jr. Achievement 2. REITER, ANN: Peries 2, 3: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: U.N. Club 2, Pres. 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3: jr. Play: Rhythm Roundup 2: Library 3. RENNHACK, JUDITH: National Honor 3, 4: Y- Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Classical Honor 1, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Orchestra 1: j.C.L. l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Cryytal 3. 4. RESENER, BARBARA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, fi: F.B.I..A. 2, 3, 4. RICHARDSON, BETTE RIFE, GLORIA: Waite 1. RINGEL, CAROL SUE: National Honor 3, 4: Zets 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: jr. Play Com.: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Testing 2, 3: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Home Room Rep. 3: Cheer- leader 3, Co-Captain 4: Mimeographing 4. '44f l ROBERTS, JAMES: Defiance 1, 2: Sr. Memorial Com. ROBERTS, TOM ROBINSON, NANCY: Phils 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4: F.N.A. 1, 2: Rhythm Round- up 3, 4: Jr. Play: Home Room Rep. 1: Main Office 1, 2: Athletic Office 3: Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3: Edeliafz, Activities Editor 4: National Honor 4. ROEPKE, JERRY: Projection 2, 3: Hi-Y 4: Bowling 4. ROGERS, JANE ROMINSKI, JUDY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: U.N. Club 2: Libbey Leaders 2, Pres. 3: Pep Club 3. RUPLEY, DONNA: Jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4: Sr. Play Make-up Com. RUPP, JUDY: Pep Club 3: Y-Teens 4. RUSSELL, RAYMOND: Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4: Activities Office 2, 3, 4: Projection 1: Edelimz Circu- lation 2, 3, 4. RUST, CHARLES RUTLEDGE, ANN: Bowling Green 1, 2, 3: F.T.A. 4: Zets 4: Y-Teens 4. ST. JOHN, LINDA: Y-Teens 2, 3: Red Cross 1. SAGER, BILL SANSING, JERRY: Woodward 2. SARVIS, CAROL: Zets 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N,A. 3. SASS NANCY: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 3, 4: Jr. Play: Sr. Play Scenery Com. SAVAGE, NATHANIEL SCHATZ, MARY: Phils 2, 3, Pres. 4: Y-Teens 1, 4, Parliamentarian 2, Vice Pres. 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Dra- matics Club 3, Rec. Secy. 4: Jr. Prom Com.: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Home Room Rep. 1. . 45.. Chaplain 2, Secy. 3, Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: SCHMIDT, CARL: Q.D.'s 2, 3, Trcas. 4: Hi-Y 4 jr. Class Vice Pres. SCHMIDT, JACKIE: Home Instruction 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHMIDT, TOM SCHNEIDER, GARY: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Projection 2: jr. Achievement 2: WTDS 4. SCHNEIDER, SUE: Zets 2, 3, Trcas. 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup 2, 31 Dean's Aide 1, 2: Dra- matics Club 3, Corres. Secy. 4: Sr. Banquet Com.: Sr. Play Prop. Com. SCHNELL, TERRY: Forum 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, Track 1: Sr. Play Com., Chrm. SCI-IORLING, DENNIS "No kidding, Pele, are we really F0-1!dl6difl0I'ir1l1J'.gH, queries' Bnb. SCHROEDER, RICHARD: jr. Play. SCHULTZ, ERIC: Classical Honor 3, 4: 'l.C.L. 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3. SCHUMAKER, TERRI: Central 1: Y-Teens 3, 45 F.N.A. 4. SHEPHERD, WILLIAM: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Prom Com. SHERRICK, WENDIE SHINN, GARY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2, Varsity 3: Track 2, 3. SHOCK, DEAN: Hi-Y 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Drama- tics Club 3, 4: Basketball 1: Football Mgr. 2: Projec- tion 1: jr. Achievement 2: Choir 3, 4: Sr. Play. 346 SHUMATE, PATRICIA: Y-Teens 3. SHUSTER, MARCIA: National Honor 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, -'ig F,B.I..A. 2, 3, -ig Mimeographing 4. SLICKER, GARY: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, Track l, 2, Baseball 3, 4, Sr. Announcement Com. SMILAX, DOROTHY: National Honor 3, 4, Peries 2, 3, Chaplain 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treas. lg Biology Club 3, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Dean's Aide 1, 2, 3, fig Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4, Crystal 3, First Page Editor 4, Sr. Play Com. SMYTH, BETTY ANN: Peries 2, 3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Activities Office 2, 3, 4, jr. Ring Com., Rhythm Roundup 2, Iidelifm Circulation Staff 2, 3, 4, Sr. Play Prop. Com., National Honor 4. SNYDER, RUTH ANN SOCHA, IACQUELINE: Hawthorne Jr. High, Lor- ain, 1. Rim rwgrzi .15 LIbbL'j',.l 1960 football queen. SOMERVILLE, JAMES: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Football lg Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, jr. Ring Com., Jr. Play Prop. Com., Home Room Rep. 39 Q.D.'s 4. SPANGLER, MARY: Deans Aide I, 2, U.N. Club 2, Projection I, Z, Biology Club 3, 4g F.B.L.A. 2. SPRATT, BEVERLY: Y-Teens 1, 3, 4, If.B.L.A. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Sr. Rep. 4. SPRUNK, PAUL: Forum 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Sgt.-at-Arms 3, Pres. 4, Football I, 2, Track 1, 2, Baseball 3, 4. STEAD, DAVID: Hi-Y 3, 4, Track l, 2, jr. and Sr. Play, Dramatics Club 3, 4. STEIGER, SHARON: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, F.B.I..A. 2, 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3. STEINMILLER, KENNETH 1411 '-45 STEINWAND, ELEANOR: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3. STEPHENSON, JUDITH: National Honor 3, 45 Zets 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. STERLING, COLLEEN STERLING, WILLIAM: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, sf. Play com. sToLL, CHARLENE1 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 4. STOLL, MARCIA: Y-Teens Rep. 15 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Dramatics Club 3, 45 Biology Club 25 Jr. Play Prop. Com.5 Rhythm Roundup 2, 35 Sr. Prom Com. STOVER, LARRY: Fremont Ross 15 Q.D.'s 2, 3, 45 Football 2, Varsity 3, 45 Track 2, Varsity 3, 45 National Honor 4. STRIGGOW, JAMES: Bowling 25 Basketball 1. STUART, CAROLYN: Y-Teens 1, 25 F.N.A. 3, 4. STUTZ, SARA JANE: Peries 3, Treas. 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Treas. 3: F.N.A. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 45 Cheerleader 3, Co-Capt. 45 Jr. Play Prop. Corn.5 Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Banquet Com. SUND, BRENDA: F.B.L.A. 3. SUND, ROGER: Football 2. SUTER, JOYCE: Y-Teens 2, 35 F,N.A. 1, 2, 4, Secy. 35 Projection 1, 2. SUTTON, CHARLOTTE SUTTON, HENRIETTA: Rhythm Roundup 25 Choir 3, 45 Chorus 2. SUZOR, JANE: Peries 2, 3, Vice Pres. 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 15 F.T.A. 2, 35 Jr. Play Prop. Com.5 Rhythm Roundup 1, 2, 35 Home Room Rep. l, 2, 3: Dramatics Club 3, 45 Football Queen Attendantg Sr. Play Scenery Com.5 Sr. Class Vice Pres.5 Edeliafz, Ac- tivities Editor 45 National Honor 4. SZAJKOWSKI, SHERRI jo. Pep Club 3. SZYMANEK, jo ANN xx Xx .Q Ok' I X . I J' ix:-'-I 5. SZYMEZAK, IAMES TARASCHKE, WILLIAM: Forum 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 4: Football 1, 2, Varsity 3, Co-Capt. 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, Varsity 3, 4: Track I, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Memorial Com. TAYLOR, THOMAS TERWILLIGER, ELIZABETH: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 3, 4: U.N. Club 2: Dramatics Club 3, 4: jr. Play: Sr. Play Prompter. TULLIS, BONNIE: Y-Teens 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3. VANDERWULP, DONNA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4: Biology Club 2, 4, Secy. 3: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. VAN TASSEL, SHIRREL: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: jr. Play Prop. Com.: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3: Pep Club 3g Crystal 3, Repor- ter 4. VINES, THOMAS VOGTSBERGER, KATHI: Zets 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Secy. 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Girls' Gym Office 2, 35 National Honor 4. VOYLES, PATRICIA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4: Y.F.C. 2. WADSWORTH, PHILIP WALTERS, MARY ANN: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. 2, 4, Vice Pres. 3: Jr. Play Prop. Com.: Dramatics Club 3, Treas. 4: Nurse's Aide 35 National Honor 4. WALTERS, RONALD WEBSTER, jANICE: Y-Teens 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3. WEIL, WARNER WEILANT, DAVID: Track 2: National Honor 3, 4. WEST, CARNELLA: Y-Teens 3, 4: Gym Leaders 2, 3. WEST, SHERI: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4: Y.F.C, 2: Biology Club 4: Athletic Office 1. :49: J WETZEL, KAREN: Peries 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Main Office 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 2, 3: Sr. Announcement Com.: National Honor 4. WETZEI., KATHIE: Peries 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A. 3, 4: Main Office 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Roundup Scenery Com. 3: Home Room Rep. 3: Crjilfzl 3, Edi- tor 4: National Honor 4. WHITE, PATRICIA: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. WHITMORE, NANCY: Wilder jr. High l: Van Wert 2, 3: National Honor 4. WICKS, ROBERT: Football 2. WILCOX, DALE: Tennis 2: Band l, 2, 3, 4. WILKINS, BETTY: Dusable High, Chicago, l, 2: Y- Teens 3, 4. WILLARD, ROBERT: Track 2, 3: Cross Country 4: jr. Red Cross lg Dfs 4. WILLEY, DALE: Golf 2, 4: jr. Achievement 2, 3, 4. NVILLIAMS, jAMES: National Honor 3, 4: Classical Honor 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: jr. and Sr, Play Prop. Com.: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, Secy,-Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4: Forum 4. XVILLIAMS, ROWENA: Central 1: Y-Teens 2, 3: Biology Club 2. WILLINGER, MARY SUE: National Honor 3, 4: Phils 2, 3, Chaplain 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 4, Rep. 3: F.T.A. 2, 3, Pres. 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 4, Vice Pres. 3: Cowboy Roundup Com. WILLINGER, SUSAN: Peries 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 3, 4, Treas. 2: F.T.A. 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: jr. Prom Com.: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Dean's Aide 3, 4: jr. Play Prop. Com.: Home Room Rep. 1, 2: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4. WILSON, SUE: Peries 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 4, Pres. 3, F.T.A. 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Rhythm Roundup 3: Book room 1, 2, 3, 4, Cowboy Roundup Com. WINN, PATRICIA: Peries 3, 4: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F.N.A. I, 2, 3, 4: U.N. Club 1, 2, 3: Majorette 3, Co-Captain 4: Band 3, Treas. 4: Home Room Rep. 2: Rhythm Roundup 2, 3, 4. WIRICK, THOMAS WITMER, SUE: Y-Teens 4: Y.F.C. l, 2. WOBSER, RALPH: Forum 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 2, fs, 4, Football 1, 2: Basketball 1: Track I, 2: jr. Ring Com.: Home Room Rep. 1, 2: Cryrfal 3, Sports Editor. :5g: D3 N8 40 WOITZEL, CAROL: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Roundup 3, Nurses Aide 4. WOLFERT, RUTH ANN: U.N. Club I. WOLLENWEBER, JAMES: Q.D.'s 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 2, Varsity 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. WOOD, BARBARA: Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, Rep. 3, Pres. 4. WOODCOCK, SUSANNE: F.B.L.A. 2, 3. WRIGHT, BEVERLY: Y-Teens 1, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, I ' F.B.L.A. 2, 3g Y.F.C. 2. e H A ZAPER, ANTHONY BURGOON, DIANE: Lima Senior High l, 2, 35 Y- TEENS 4. COLLINS, ROSETTA: Hamilton High School, Ham- K K A ilton, 2. DIGBY, ATTISON SENIORS WITHOUT PICTURES BESTER, MARSHALL STEWART, MILTON: Band 1, 2, 3: Basketball I National Honor 4. BURGESS, RONALD: Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Cross Country 4. THOMPSON, CHARLES DUNPHY, NICHOLAS ROBINSON, ROBERT: HLY 2, 3, 42 Football is WILSON, MARY: Cafeteria 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4. Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2. QQI: 1 r i 5 i uniorzi Co-ordinating the activities ofthe junior Class were Qleft to riglitj Stan Needles, presidentg Bob XXfaterman, vice pres itlentg Tom Klostermeier, treasurerg and Diana Smith, secretary. Representing the junior Class on the Student Council were Ron Curtis, Diane Pascli, Denny Newman, and Sue West Row I Sally Dixon, Linila Papenlius, Darlene Ciuziolek. janet l.ethers, live Lynne Martin, Carol Rupley, Sharron Piol rastlike, Sharon Sliellhase, Linda Prentlergast, Carolyn Sililegel. Row lf- joyee De-mars, Linela Szalkay, Barbara Alexander, Sally Rieker, Pam Sun, Karen Gunn, Kay Leek, Carolyn Dra lieim, Pat Glinslci, Peggie Xwarvel. Row 3 Sandy Hickcrson, janet Appleby, Karen Vifalker, juely Shell, Effie Sue Leehner, Delores Sullivan. Darla Swanson Catherine Passolt, jenean Snow, juily Moek. '54 va V I x "" 2' ff Q98-ff xx-I uniord Row 1ff'I'om Wetzc-l, Tom Willi.1rns, Oddie Byers, Bruce Below, Don Thompson, Erroll Collins, Marvin Vines, Dave Del' amotte, Ronald Ball. Row Z-f Ronald Ellis, Robert Tressler, Gary Wandtke, David Krantz, Fred Wenclel, jerry Dauer, Vic Moline, Ken Long, Frank Ohler. Row 5 Ken Schmidt, Dennis Newrnan, jim Slarner, Dale Slrahm, Ron Curtis, lired Lenz, Dain Mikesell, Dean Thoinp- son, Tom Vernaz. Row l - Sarah Anne Dlrunes, Karan Keier, Heddy Stine, jenn Miller, Carol Sloan, Linda Heslet, Ann Wliite, Dixie Lee Young, Shirley Polcyn, Nancy Gomer. Row 2-Teresa Szymzlnski, Linda Snapp, Muriel Dotson, Verna Brown, Janice Place, Mzirgaretta Lee, .lan Nichols, Delilah Beary, Lanetzx Chandler, Sharron Allison. Row 5 -Sheila L. Coley, Carole Peconge, Barb Livingston, Shirley Probert, Judy Phillipson, Ingrid Franklin, Linda Roes- ler, Lynne Kreutzfeld, Marilyn Geyer. Edithunn Fink. 155.1 QQQ i H1 hir? I . lflIIl0l":i Row I 'Barbara Gramling, Sandy, Robinson, Pat Lemons, Gloria Rcclil, Linda Elliott, Sur- DuShanc, Sharon iiruiiikg, Vu- loria Atkins, Patruia Ann Wilsori. Row J Priscilla Morris, Linda XX'illiams, Dianne Clark, Sandra Throne, Laura Hoskins, Susan Cir-hm, Pat Grunst. ,Iam Hall, Donna Lafllair. Ron 5 Virginia Otgglc, Linda Slxaw, Betty Bryant, NIQIIIILC Knowles, -lacquclinc Patton, Pat Kcnnclly, Miriam llousonxillc Pain l.cwis, jarkic llrwin, 'li rry Barncs. Row l -lim Hutrhinson, lfrpd Kirk, Richard Cox, Hob Slirkcr, HcnrySrl1crinbuk, David La l'-0I'gC,'l'Ol1l Wlclslians, Wil- lic Moorc, David Daync. Row 3 -'Kenneth Earl, Harold Perry, Bob Luginbuhl, Doug Ellingcr, Eddie Tilton, Larry jones, LL-Roy Partin, Larry Bur- nctt. Loc Crawford. DL-nnis DiSallc. Row 5 Dr-nnis Sherman, Bob VL-a, .Iolm Wfynn, Mike Ligllty, james lfrnust, Bill lfancolif, Michacl Gallagher, ,lim lfndslcy la o Stux art, Philip Rcuinan. z56: X5 Y ig-f I . lflI'll0l":f' Row l V- Leo 'l'alamantcz, jim Quinlivan, Dick Metzger, jim Saunders, jeff Bailey, Richartl Batema, Brute Denno, Williziixm Taylor, Martin johnson. Row 2 if Bob Kesling, Abe Albath, john Sturtz, lfrank Zahraclnik, Dave l.et'hner, Clarence Dunlap, litlwartl Butler, john linis, jerry Cook. Row 5 Don Clarke, Bobby Brazier, Bob Wlrite, Ralph Staten, Hollis liulberg, Ronaltl Puthrue. Garry btritlxtr, 'lolwy Sparks, Eugene Stytle. Row I Sheila Robinson, Karen Bell, Bonnie Pilcher, Margaret' Halliek, Sue Taylor, ,lll1L'I'L'5.l Motelx, Patricia Stott, Diane Bowling, joanne ller, Connie Herroltl. Row 2 fl.intla Gillen, Karen Olson, Sandra Warnkc, Kathleen jcnscn, Sharon Perry, Myra Bell, Tonic Mendoza, Lorena Hargrave, Sharon Mcfllouel, Barb Ann Raetzkc. Row 3 - -Sue Wfathter, Barbara Ginther, Lynn Gail Wtilker, Carol Young, janiee Sthultz, Karen Gehrs, Barbara Taylor, San- tlj' Guhl. Lt-Anne Tefft, joan Timpc, Rosa Puente. tsvf l i ft? a un iam Row I 'Kathleen Gaynor, Carolyn liedm. Slmron Goeder, Doris Keller, j.tnice Merzke, SherrieZoll.1rs, Sandrzz Smith, Mary Anne Schultz, lol-lanna Allison. Row 2 -Mc-lba Orlowski. judi XVolt', Nancy Youngs, Mary Ladd, Jackie Corwin, Diana Smith, Sue Stephens, Pat Stephens, Karen Vorderhurg, Row 5 lirikit liernnth, .liinice De.1ring, Sue Wc-st', Sandy Ptsch, Carole Dreyer, liitrharct lfrey, lirenclgl UIL, Lynne H.1her- stich, Marcia Schmidt, ,lmet Breitner. Row I Maurice Mcliitrick, Mike XVood, Louis Peters, Angus Brown, Stephen Schwuh, Mike Dunphy, Bill Youngs, C.h.1r- lcs Krueger, -lohn lflores, Row 2 Willicixii Huber, jim I-lallick, jerry Krueger, Marlin Lloyd, Dave Wyper, David Balsmeyer, Boh Page. Douglas Kahn, Ron Olah. Row 5 l.ilrry Moyer, Robert Dyer, Edward Butler, Mike Kolodzaike, jerry Eckel, Ernie lfrye, Harold Harrison, David Spicer, Norman litlkenherg, Dennis Bryant. g g ' ,Q uniom Row t Terry lfleisthman, Bernard littering, Kermit Zimmerman, joe Grant, lfred Abbott, Louie jordan, Bernard Ball, jim Young, Paul DeLamater. Row 2- Roger Wyimzlii, Bud Knott, Elmer Krueger, Charles Cordell, Don Kohli, Leonard Klinck, Bob Xlffaterman, jon Kerl, Martin Hosaclx. Row 3 'lon Hersih, Hill Dierksheide, Robert lierling, Oakley Hopkins, Robert Mallentlick, D.ix'id Woxggoii, Vit Seelinan, Charles Bryson, David Curtis. Row l Dianne Moerstll, Kathie Kerschner, Linda Geraldo, Donna Craig, Linda Fetzer, lieth XVillinger. Susan lfrdmann, Diane Parsil, Barbara Bowes, Christina Navarro. Row 2,7 Linda Reutcr, Sue Kaighin, Rachel WebL'r. Bonnie Naylor, Millie Rohne, Linda Sarvis, Sue Cfrites, Dianne Delker, Sue Pond, Dianne Paseh, Row 3, Sharon Hull, Shirley Schmid, Beverly Levis, Nancy Stackhouse, Sallie Laney, Diana Garrett, Bridget Lyons, Diane Hering, Lenorah Edwards, Marcia Miller. 1 gg. .K uniom Row I l,IllklLl Sund. SLISIL' lfnnfuoso, Euc Huncmlmn, Curol Hcgunpry, lillcn l'imicnt.1, jc.1n Albright, Carol Alldallcr, Slmr- on liurkcndoll. ,loycc Raed. Clurolu Wgxllinkutoxm. Row J lxlL'I'CllIlll Rcnnzls, Kntlmc Snhultz, Carol Blglcy, .lanct Kiurstcad, Carol Randall, Rebecca Parker, Murmn 'l4llOINL1S, llfCI1LlLl Huriurziw, Shirley Dillon, Marilyn -loncs. Huw 3, limnm QYNL-Ill, Sallie Atkinson, S.lllLllL Rllznmn, Mary Wfcrt, l5.1rlv.1r.1 l".1Il.ll.l., Di.1n.x Horxutlm, ,lmnm liI.1zn-y, .l.ll1 limlvlll, Linda SllLl'Q.if', C,l1.mn4um Ulgulxson low l Rnlwcrt Banks, Clnorgc Kelley, Tom Clrgnnling, Howard johnson, -I.1y S.xll1ol'f, C lmzlrlcs Tulubs, Willialxmw l5.uon, Andy Mongnr, Martin lioylun. Run .2 Ronllmd Clrlllin. Alex H.1rrix. Glenn Stulvlwlcfic-ld, Stan Nudlcs, Colcy Hudson, Reuben Brown. Usmr Wfilmstcgul .loscph Pulmcrton, Edward Schultz, Lcc Irons. Row S Bull lXl.lI1I1lI1Q,'lI'., Auron Pnwcll, Dale Vogclbnlmc-r, lfmnk Sondys, Dan Lcglmncr. .lim XY7AlI'L'Ili0. lurry XX,.lllOI1 Aquilla blolmnson. Algnncs lN1LBrg1yur. Melvin Willizllmws. 71 .P -...-1 uniorfi Row Row Row Row Row ROW l Carlton Butts, john Wformely, Paul Dulrlart, Cyril VerQansky, john Holzemer, Lawrence Schultz, Gary Higginx, josh XVarburton, Dave Kowalinski. 2--fOtis Copeland, Eugene jones, Mike Myers, Tom Staton, james Cornelius, jim Browning, Alva Abbott, james Szy mezak, joe Smith. Pr- joe lfleming, john Colwell john Thober, Ronnie Brim, XXfarren Miller, Bill Sehauh, john lioehk, Dale Wfootl lfranls Lashley. I Barbara Smith, Rita Stone, Sharon We-g1x'er, Barbara Shinaver, Marty Gennings, Susan lieaehy, jntly linele, Sue liar ret, jeflyn linehfer, Noreen Engel. 2 Ann Santlfortl, Pat Taylor, Carolyn Prntlen, jntly Bartley, Becky lfintllay, Arvella Bagner, Carol johnson, Sharoi johnston, Sherry Senkel, Etlna Mae Wfigfall 3 Carolyn Vifalton, Vera Glass, Shirley lfllinger, Carol james, Penny Frederick, Carol Husum, Hazel Bowman, Shar on Seheffert, Bonnie Antlerson, Karen Atlams. :'61-: 5. I l in - un fora Row l Betty MeC,onoughey, Frances lfuerst, 'loyce Mcflally, june DeStazio, Carolyn Boosc-, janice Strange, Henrietta Reeves, judy Berndt, 'lean DeStazio, ,lucly Reynolds. Row 2 Sandra l-lardcastlc-, Barbara Myerholtz, Thelma Thomas, Carolyn Giraucleau, Sandra Ford. Burnett Brown, Charlene Mc-liarlancl, Mary Hanak, Rita Fink, Cheryl Krueger. Row 3 .lane l.ehman, Mitzi -lones. Ruth Nickey, Nancy l.. Newbury, 'loan liockbrader, Marilyn Drake, Carol lVlOL'llI'll1.l1. jill lennings, Margo Semark, joyc-e Gipe. Row I Douglas lfeiock, Herman Brustc r, Thomas Wl1itc',W1llt Huebner, David Sheets, Richard Dusseau, blames Wriglit, -lolinny Staples, Roland Stevens. Row 2 'lhomas Nowak, David -lohnson, David Higgins, Robert Stauffer, Tom McDonald, Steve Moran, 'l'l10llLlN Mc" Cfrc-ary, lien Hicks, Edward Ellis. Rovv 5 Marc Pulley, Sain Hearn. George Banks, Bob Pollock, Bill Clemens, David Dusing, Bob Armstrong, Dan Opper- nlan, Patrick Cfairl. 'lil' me ,WMU un iam Row 1 -Y john Rodriguez, Rick Hartley, Tom Klostermeier, Burt Badenhop, jim Stutz, jim Steinhurst, David Bennett, Don McCreary, Dennis Rober. Row Zffjohn Fry, joe Straka, Willie l.oper, Dan Cunningham, Edward Patton, W. Harris, Ditk Fisher, Louis Phillips, Bob Gwin. Row Sn- Bart Bunting, Tom Goheen, Bill Arps, Donald Ware, Daryl Hull, Bob I-laase, Bill lindsley, jim McGee, jerry Thom- asson, Tom Chamberlain. Row I' -Dorothy Merritt, Miehael Mt-Coy, joyce Schubert, Linda Cramer, Sharon Harrison, Aurora Salazar, Gerry Kothe, Sue Gerhauser, Nina Atkin, Norma Kornett. Row 2f- Mary Respress, Darlene Mclntire, Patti Russell, judy Cairl, Linda Gray, jackie Liska, Sue Metzger, judy Koder, janice Mariea, jill Honeberger. Row 3- joan Shepler, Sylvia Irwin, Ann Huebner, judy Cowley, Sara Andrew, Christine Paskiet, Murriel Moore, Mildred Summers, Pat Przybylski, Carol Woods. N'V6'l The long and tedious preparations which went into making the .lunior-Senior Prom a long remembered occasion of singular en- joyment was efficiently arranged by Beth Williiiger, Ingrid l"r.ink1in, jackie Corwin, Kathleen Gaynor, Leonard Klinck. Bob Haase, .lim Starner, and lfrank Ohler, chairman. The fervor and excitement of lidelian Day leaves an indelible impression on everyone. janice Strange co-chrm., Dianne Moersch, Christine Navarro co- chrm,, Sue Crites, Linda Fetzer, Tom Wetzel, Vic Sec-lman, 'lim Stutz and Linda Sarvis combined sincere efforts and creative talent to make the junior Play one of the big class successes of the year. The honor of selecting the distinctive design for the l96l class rings was shared by Donna Craig, Diane Hering, Sherrie Zollars. Marcia Schmidt, Tom Wliite, Bob Gwin, Denny Sherman, chair- man. xgll emoriam X Many of us have fond memories of Theodore Blanks, who left us at such an in- l opportune moment in his young life. Well-liked by all those who knew him, Theo- Parnell. i dore participated in freshman football and looked forward to the time when he would become a member of the varsity. His teachers attest to his conscientiousness and his desire to do well in his school work. To his friends, relatives, and family, we express our deepest sympathy. "Deaths but a path that must be trod, if man would ever pass to God, '- -Thomas .SZPAOMOPQJ Gary McLargin and Sandy Keim, fine examples of Smiling service to all despite the typical rush of students before and modern youth, serve on the Student Council as repre- between classes is 11 constant characteristic of the pupils who man the sta- sentatives for the Sophomore Class. tioner's desk. Row l james Payne, Bill lfetters, Bob Sterling, Steve Packer. Terry Teopas, Robert Pruss, Mike Somerville, jeffrey nlolm- son, Thomas Coulton. Row lf-fvlohn Mcflreary, Tom Schwab, Tom Van Tassel, .lerry McC,olough, Tom lfuchs, Chester Trail, Gene Woclricli, Keith Swihart, Arthur Scott. Row 3 -Sanford Coley, Wiiifor Tucker, T. Stewart Kilpatrick, Ed Tamlyn, john Eggert, Ron Wickert, Allen Bartlett, Michael O'Rourk6. Don Treter. :65: .S1Jl9L0l'l'l0I'e5 Row If-Eleanor Reed, Sue Cook, Doris Koller, Larolyn Lee, Maryellen Butler, Karen lfaukze, Sandra Bell, Charlotte Head, Sandra Raitz. Row 2-Shelby Eveney, Linda Hirst, Nanette Schmitt Christine Paskiet, joanne Gee, Erma Moore, Carol Poulson, Bob- bie lflunder, Sharon Holloway. Row S Karen Hubbard, Suzanne Veith, Sharon Market, joyce Ann W.1llL'fS, Alice Vines, Earlene Bostit, Bette Brown, Mona Kursihnt, Karen XXfollenweber, lane Roberts. l Row I f-Dwight Osterud, Thomas Vance, Bill Duty, blames Arkerman, Lowman Howell, Alfonso Miles, Don Morse, Rick Dukes. -lim Martin. Row JV- Williaini Schmidt. Eddie Taylor, Dave Roepke, james L. Smith, David Perry, Tom Roush, Bill Bunkingham, Mike Bigelow, Bill johnson. Row 5--Chester Hardy, john Alderson, ,lohn Ven, Marvin Kelly, Dean Dashner, Tom Soules, Chris Sherwin, Bill Brown, Terry Carney. -- 66 .SZIQAOFYIOFQ6 Row I-f-Thomas Trotter, Mike Scott, Mike Donovan, Bill Sthmid, jim Severente, Edward Himes, Gerald King, Cary Lynd. Row 2-fRonald Sopher, Melvin Brown, Gary McLargin, Ray Feiock, jim MeAuley, joe Pierce, jim Smith, jerry Dukes, Don Notzka. Row 3-Y Dave Miller, jim Miller, Robert Clifford, Guy W.irner, David Xwortketter, Pete Key, Ditk Rennhatk, Bill Sclnvanitz, Eric Nagy. 'Sf' .vt A VW 'K' Row I- -Rose Marie lfllis, Darlene foyer, Loretta Raitz, Esther Garcia, Nancy ller, Sharon Neitling, Sandy Moore, Kathie Xllfelshans, janice Mason, Row 2--Ann Krueger, Norma Broedoxv, Mary Lou Mallendick, Trudy Riebe, Carol Lentz, Pat Green, Carole Kudelka, Sally Slotterbeelc, Mae Ramey. Row 3-fflarnell Easley, jacqueline Garland, Donnette Powell, jean Hopkim, Donna Vanderlip, joann XlUilliams, Tina VUallhank, Sandra Shambarger, Theotress Garner. '67 .SDOIOLOWI 01120 Row lWBillie joe Miles, Angie Dclarosa, Amelda Delurosa, Shirley Turpcning, Sally Fournier, Tila Montelongo, judy Mcfiranaham, Lila Beamer, Maria Reyes. Row lf-'june Robertson, Sandy Hartzcll, Pat Boggess, Fran Monahan, Imogene Coley, jean Tuflxer, joel Prendergast, Vera Marie Reddick, Muriel Neely, Doris Davis. Row 3 Sharon Howard, Diane Pelton, Alison Burlingame, Paula Hadley, Althea jaffee, jacky XVormley, Dorothy King, janife liiligley, Dianne Foster, janicc Salwiecz. XX-if pun'4., Ya' "' "" Ron I Owen Mitchell, Klaus Kennedy, Ronald Morris, Denny Wzntkins, Bill Reynolds, Sammiejones, Paul Vnutk. james A. Williiiiiis, Lee Wiiltlron. Row 2 Williiiiii West, Harold Smith, Kenny Grove, Chris Dreyer, Frank Mathes, Sam Dedcs, Ronald Sthorlinlg. Rich- ard Schorling, Dave Keeblcr. Row Sf john Fink, Tim Schneider, Darrell Roesler, Robert Paynes, Lionel Smith, Fred Weiss, james Collins, Riihard Gifford, jack Fink. 168 A I .SDIO 0171. 0l'e:i Row I--flames Druekemiller, Gary Gratop, Ronald Eaton, Gary Bedra, Gene Oliver, Bob Turker, john Croston, Henry lford, Louis Quiroga. Row 2-ff-lrnmo Fisher, Larry Durham, Roger Shielu, Dick Bernath, Mike Lewinski, Danny O'Neil, Gilbert Noel, Bob Black, Phil Kloclcowski. Row S james Streeler, 'lames Korzea, liddie Xwashington, Mike Gregory, .lark Korakas, 'lim Shovar, Marv Cfrowl, Brute Robinson, Tom liorwerck. z i Row I -judy Kuhn, Georgia Rae Russell, Barb Vogtsberger, Margaret Batkus, Karen Britenbaker, Dianne Sthnell, Cynthia Covington, Sally Vanderwulp, judy Kelly. Row lfflfenny Beilharz, Nadine Pachoski, Bobbie Tornow, Marsha Dodds, Judy McDonald, Kathy Oberwegner, Cheryl Shelton, Patti Huston, Carolyn Madden. Row Srffjudy Irwin, Fay Clasertano. Carol Moyer, Nancy Reiter, julia Kroos, Karen Roberts, jackie Lawrence, Sandy Trout, Patti Rogers. :69: .SJOIQLOWL Oferf Row I Ruth Ann Wise, juclith Hoag, Terry Marvin, Bonnie julius, Helen Hornack, Sherrianne lfoster, Norma jean Backmon, Heather Blanks, Cynthia Holloway. Row 3 Patti Baars, Donna Vail, Lillian Kern, juanita jones, jucly R. Gray, Connie Cook, jean Van Camp, Susan Youngs, Myrta Kay Moon, Lenora Buser. Row S Georgie johnson, Beverly lfcemsler, Glorya johnson, Bonnie Baker, Susan liairchilcl, Brcncla Duharl, Nancy lfrisch, Marjorie Ricketts, Mary Mock, Rhocla llarris. QQ, Q N. I .L 'La,.,...-d-.-nn- Row l Ronnie Kovacs, john Wformcly, jim XYfaganfealcl, 'loin Bialorucki, Tom Lynch, Frank Bernath, Bob Bates, Thom- as Respress, jim Roth, Row 2 Charles Russell, Ronnie Lincoln, john Kummero Dick Heffner, Bill Klewer, Bob Chamberlain, jim Conracl, Gary L. Franks, Danny Barnes, Row 5 joe Moran, Davicl O'Neill, Tom lckes, Larry Smith, Bob Leathers, Kenneth Leith, john D. Searcy, Larry Sayre, james Hunclsrcuker, area Row lr Bill C. Prite, jim Berkey, Robert Hernandez, jay Wliite, john Rodriguez, jesse Gomez, Larry Frost, Wrilter Adams, Leo Taraschke. Row Zf -NOFIH lfitzpatriek, Tom Hall, Carl Rodriguez, Melvin Williarns, Glenn Thompson, Fred Brenner, Don McGhee, james Olmstead, Ralph Campbell. Row 3 Paul Duhart, liill Manning, Oscar Wfinstead, Albert Vargas, james Rayford, joseph Salazar, Carl Woottoii, Ralph Miller, 'lim Rohrbather. 5,34 'Nz .fxfx Row I fSue Holst, Laraine Greunlee, Carol Lennon, Nancy Gerst, jill Ann Hazelbaker, Elsie Wriglit, Carol Hill, Barbara jean Trice, Evelyn King. Row 2ffVonda Carmony, juanita Martin, Pearlie johnson, Zelphia Donald, Willy' Mae Davis, jean Kelsey, Pat jacob, Pat Cartwright, Sandy Keim, Susie Schroeder. Row 3- Carrie johnson, joyee Ann Brown, Carol Metz, Marcia Kramp, Carol Monahan, Barb Helvoigt, Arlene Dotson, jean Cameron, Linda Creech, Linda Case. .71 : .SJOIOAOHQOFQJ Row l Pat Clark, Diana Sharp, Mary Houston, Sharon Hallowell, Carolyn Siler, Brenda Taylor, Utia Lee Wflnte, Ver- tlell Baccus, Christina Ramirez, Row 1 Rosemary Ge-rQchultz, -lanet liike, Susan HL-Qlet. Cynthia I-lowartl, Patricia Wfootls, Marriannt Iilatkshear, Alfrietla lflanagan, Carol Balk, Mary Burge Ron S lillen Steiner, Kay Glenn, -Iutly Loney, Dottie liarr, Lintla Voluelhatlitr, -leaiiette 'l'ayloi', Sharon Iflaustr, lSrtntI.i Constihle. Nanty Lazar. Row I XX'illiam Disher, Steve Worlint-, Bill Coleman, Charles Drake, Charles Irons, litlsil Tlmarp, Charles Ahhott. .lames Goings, .lim Loncy, Row 2 Larry Stimoff, Dale Lynn Sass, Lynn Smith, jim Banks, Lucious Xwatwon, lfretltrick Lane, Sherrill lilliott, Robert Mcflloutl, Albert C. Mclflustcr. Row 5 Bobby Kay Williairns, Philip Cireenwootl, Alan Hentlricks, jim Carter, Henry McXVhite, Xlllilliam Lintlhorst, Karl lf, Ebright, Douglas Grau, litlwartl Scary. 72 2 .SOP OIT! ore5 Row lf-'john XX'haley, Daniel Olvera, Arehle Albright, jerry Gavnecki, David King, Ansel Davidson, C,lil'li Knaggs, Doug Lather, john Wliite. Row Z'--'Rithard Fries, jerry ,lohnSton, Ted BoStwicli, john Mefflellan, David Tall, Bill flaton, Charlie lfiles, Roy McMil- lion, Willigiiii Cram ford, Rohert A. Smith. low 5 Arsenio Montelongo, l"r.tnk lialazs, Tom lfrdmann, Dave Domhrowsky, Riehard Dail, Leroy Carpenter, Roy ller- nandez, lidward Sehley, joe lilorew. 9 W9 Row I Mary Ann Cotter, Gertrude Love, Cookie Pund, Agnes Sliwinski, Karen Wyatt, Beverly latlason, Beulah Lewis Mary Wforoma, Laura Stephens. Row 2- -fhludy Eyre, Shirley Kutz, Quintella Graves, Sandy Amos, Phyllis Davis, Donna Bunnley, .lune jones, Mildred Mil lcr, Cheryl Auxter. Lillie Langford. Row 3 Pat Holloway, Carzel lfelker, Gail Prickett, Linda Althouse, Karen Gerding, Prisulla Velez, 'lLlLLllIClll1C Rylwarrzyk Judy Morawslai, Pat Mullis. Nancy Mann. 473: .SZIOLOIWOPQ6 Ron I Al.c-ana Suinrow. Lynda Lee Chapman, Sandy Newcomb. Barbara Ann Wiczynski, Gretchen Hassclkus. Sandi Powers, Nancy Snuggs, Olivia Stubblefield, Marilyn Faye McVicker. Row 3 Sharon Harding. judy Richards, Pat Glines, Sharon lfournier, Patricia Daniel. ludy Pope, Katherine Dillon, judy Bock, Chc-ri Carey, joan Doneghy. Ron S Leanne lfordcrcr, Sandi Buttnc-r. .lane XViglitman, Sharon Gray. Kathleen Weilziiil, Beverly Hunt, lflorcncc Wfhitc. Sandra Hruslca. Barbara Russell. Sandie Yeager. i L J, -.1 i- z' ... ,I X f fV l I Row I jetton Host. Tom XXfillian'is. Richard Vernaz. Denny Daiies, joe Russell, Denny Monger. Charles johnson. Don las Antolini. 1 ir. 31 Row 2' jerry Wfatxon. Ravanna Bryant Bey, Richard Bell, Conrad King. Michael Farmer. Lloyd Ellwood. Bill Clc-vcnger, -lim lillinger, Charles Cunningham. Ron 3' Randy Weil. Ciaylon Stafford Gary Schultz, Mike Warren. john Cook, Sam Hazard. Daryl Henry. james King. 74 IOLOFYL ored Row I-f Bill Price, Michael Smith, Daniel Keller, 'lim Russell, David Dayne, Mike G. Smith, David Wfinstead, Robert Smith, Denny Collins. Row 2---MlRC Gaisser, jerry Tressler, Thomas MeCreary, Harding Gregory, Bill Bauer, Fred West, Guy Denny, Don Sehermbeck, Elliott Drake. Row 5 -Monty johnson, Bobby Wilstmii, Gary Lundy, Robert Ramsey, lired lionter, 'Iolin W, Bojanowslti, Ronald l,. XX"yatt, Sylvester Hardy, Othell lfloyd, .x a Row I--MOpal Lawaon, Lynn Sherrick, lfran Bobroslxi, Eileen jones, Pristilla Speight, Bernadette Green, Dian Short, Nan- ey Sheets, XVilma Oswald, Row 2-f'RLltll.lflll Wollensclilager, Karen Fair, Connie Dunsworth, Yvonne Rosebroek, Gwenn Wzilbolt, Gail Sutton, ,Indy Smith, Sharon Coe, Sandy Brumfield, Sharon Harbcrt. Row 5, Nellie Black, .loyec Mitchell, Sue Spratt, Kathleen Furry, Barbara Dickeraon, Patricia Speight, Kathie Sthnltz, julie Sthmidt, Barbara Davis, Lorenda Hutchins. ROW ROW Row Row Row Row jfedhniefl l jutly Koralxas, Penni Englert, Rose Brown, Ruby Cannon, Gloria Chambers, Lharlotte Neeley, Sarah Harriaon, Mary Pat Karamol, 2 Clonstanme johnson, Atlita Miller, jo Anne Ramlall, Carole Ann Sass, Shirley Ann Milllya, Dorothy Ciolcy, jamey Mathis, Cheryl Perry, Mary Cfervantz. S jamie liurrs, Pat Slitlfle, lS.u'lw.u'.1 llill'lillIlllCl', ciL'f.llllIllL' Mamini, Martha Keller, Annie Alexamler, Sharon Lun- ily, Dianm lialin, Sharon KF1llILL'l', lireutla Overslreet. l Bob Xlifaehter, Ingram Hughes, Danny Momsen, Oatlis Stewart, Pat D'Amato, Paul Kerschbaum, Phil Balin, Erl- wartl Hardy. 2 Tim XX'ert, john Malkuian, Terry Dotson, Larry Smith, Michael Burwell, Frank Brown, Larry Emeh, Brute lfitli. I 3 james Voyles, Hank Harris, john liranlalin, jr., Roy Eulberg, Tom Deviney, Donald Holmes, liretl Atkins, XX'il- liam Bowie. 'Rf-"' Senna: jl"Q6Al'I'l2l'l Row 1--Sue Maiers, Maria Ybarro, Judy Stevens, Frances Keeler, Maria Santhez, Ruth Ann Mason, B,irb.u'.1 Baker. l.in- da Meyers, Darlene Neely. Row 2gPat Mitchell, Glenna Wfechsel, Pat Elgas, Linda Thompson, Judy Dietsch, Sharon Tubes, Gloria Vifeagley, Donna Terry, Marilyn Vogel. Row 3A4Carla Haynes, Cheryl Weetl, Irene Bennett, Martha Bierly, Carol Ann Nowak, Earleen Deppen, Betty Legg, Mar- ilyn Passolt, Carolyn Passolt. Row I -Judy Hassen, Robtrrti Robinson, Jean Stliultz, Diane Thompson, Lillie lfinks, Peggy Jenne, Jo Johnson, Sharon Shields. Row 2-f-Antoinette Lucas, Jan Kemmerley, Pat Richards, Charlene George, Caroline Lorr, Rosalind Smith, Geraldine Eubank, Minnie King. Row 3 -Joan Jeffery, Zoila Hernandez, Suzanne Meeker, Rosemary Montry, Joyce Xllfaters, Jane Bowers, Penny Pendle- ton, Sandra Coker, Sidney Wfooten. gl"eJA,l'l'lQll Row 1 Mary Reeel, Sue Miller. Pam Murtloek. Marlene Holliers, jutly Thanasiu, janiee Nickel, Beverly Pearce, Pat Snuggs, Geneva Carter. Row Z Mary jane Becker, Barbara Bennett, Betty Hall, Sylvia Elaine Powell, Alfretla Simpson, Barbara Daso, Robbie Dieball, Brenda Osborne, Virginia Hitafter. Row 3' Annette Braun, Betty Dieball, Leslie Davis, jaequeline Garner, Shirley Luna, Barbara H.lI1SL'I1,SLI5.tH Doren,jutly Cztrniak, Carol Myers, Ellen Barnett. Row l Bill Vantlemulp, john Rowe. Art lfreneli, Ronaltl Nale, Thomas Leal, james Geiner, jim Austin, Allen Nause, Row Zf Retlus Boykin, Ronnie Dangler, Martin Marsh, Ronald Poulson, Scott Thompson, james johnson. Davitl Mar- tin, Paul Senkel. Row 3 Wlilliam Moll. Kenneth Cray, Tetl Markwootl, Bob lfuller, james Wfilliams, Daxitl Spilman, Brute Borgelt, Ronnie Miller, ge X! l i fx els nvfllyil 'v- '41 78 jI"25Al'I'lel'l Row 1-Jeff Loos, James Geldine, Mike Courtley, Alphonso Moore, Thomas Zanter, Robert Trimmer, Louie Colvin Larry Noyes. Row 2-Rudy Sattler, Tom Miller, Bob Collins, Willie Smith, Irwin Stackhouse, Charles E. Johnson, Fred Vallongo Del Skentrowicz. Row 3-Willie Fleming, Leonard Mayne, Leonard Willarcl, Robert Johnson, Mike Schneider, Larry Allen, Robert Diet- rich, Raymond Blankenship. Row If-Mildred Korakas, Judy Stone, Sharon Poole, Larene Kennedy, Edna Jones, lrish Gillespie, Joyce Hudanski Becky Corder. Row 2--Kathryn Schwen, Sylvia Siders, Kay Lynn Holdren, Kay Tesch, Judy Hoppens, Pat Jeakle, Ethel Freeman, Micae la Milde, Colette Blair. Row 3-fLonna Boyd, Judy Palka, Sue Hannaford, Sally Kruse, Constance Reece, Judith Ann Gee. Sue Stine, Janie Stover Judy Hahn. l 6.1 'Wai' t ' Am 79- 1 a s jlneifknflell Row I fRussell Clevenger, Tom French, Dennis Crosson, Andy Purse, Richard Calipetro, Wcstoiu Moran, Robert Faber, Edwin Crawford. Row 2 f Arthur Stark, Robert Fries, Louis jackson, Harvey King, Willie Sullivan, Dennis Butler, Terry Stine. Robert Hicks. Row S Nick Corbin, Robert Sparrow, .lohn Creswell, Neil Hosack, james Edwards, Lester Higgins, Raymond llohnson, Ronald Foley. Row I Rose Maria Burden, lfrantes Pierce, Elizabeth Peck, Laura Noll, Bobbie Latson, Rosie Wiggiiis, Imogene Clark, Grate Ciorsuch. Row 2 -V Mary Rodriguez, Kathy Wliite, Eloise Pritchett, Sharon Ellwood. Marilyn Remias, joyce Ielks, Carolyn Trail, Ofelia Ortega, judy Stahl. Row 3'---Carol Grubinski, Sandra Dymarkowski, Sharon Goldstein, Patsy Cllapp, Carole XVinterhaller, Linda De5tazio, .lanite Clichy, Pauline Gyuras, Lillian Nowaczyk. a re 80 W jI"25Al'l'lel'l Row I Darrell Topcl, Herbert Minnitk, Dave Kandik, Dick Borik, Steve Wliite, Michael Douglas, Larry Nuding, Ron Myers. Row 2-flames Matzinger, Frank Wylantl, Tim Clark, Mike Wfillinger, Fred Powers, Duane Swaninger, james Ellis, Tim Fink. Row 3----Rifhard McConnell, Redmond Chambers, Arthur Murphy, john Stahl, Bill Carman, Bob Lawrence, David Bruhn, Albert Winn-s. Row l Marie Oswald, Barbara jakubowski, Beverly Kelley, Darlene Pontious, Susan Roach, Rosella Keaton, Cheryal Tyra, Susan Sirbu. Row 2 f jean Wirick, Diane Dominiak, Barbara Maxwell, Gloria Armour, Deborah jones, Pat Flint, Susan Rite, Lorna Garms. Row 3 Pat Daniels, Ann Gardner, Opal Rife, Cheryl Fahle, loycelynn Hills, Marquita Gregory, Vlfilina Squire, Christine Patterson, Margaret Schwanitz. 'J "-54... Bl jl"e5Ll'l'lQl'l Row I- V Louis Kutz, Fred Craig, Patrick jones, Leonard jackson, Lester Roberts, Fred Crabtree, Willuert ltituisi Row 2 Ramon Tiggs, Glen Maxwell, David Fravel, Philip Perry, David Ganss, Bob Bayles. james Gamhrell, james Fleming. Row Sf'-Clyde Partin, Montro Parker, George Hinton, john O'Connell, Fritz Kuebbler, Dennis Chaney, Doug Smith, Bob Moffatt. Row l-V Joanne Loomer, Carol Georgia, 'Iill Bentley, Barbara Blackwell, XX'anda Scott, Leatha Murrie, Cileola Byrd, Mil- dred Reid. Row 2 Pat Welker, Darlene Rothlisberger, Karen Tholl, Paulette Dalton, .Ioyte Hothmuth, Sandra Zielinski, Sandra Lahiak, Margaret Huebner, Vickiann Jones. Row S Tamara Stemmermann, joan Matecki, Margaret lfanaff, Claudia XVraight, Martha Krueper, Marilyn Carter, Wfil- la Mae Mason, Barbara Hershey, Cxheryl South. Q5 82 3 P05 Iflflell Row l Steve Nithokis. L.irry Ritson, 'l'om Mielke, Roger Dlrinkowski, Carlos Rios, Robert Paszko, Gene fi.lfZ.l, Ray Garza. Row 2 --'Perry Helms, Malin Wagrier, Dennis Sullivan, Douglas Zaper, Lemoyne Merter, john Collins, Steve Busiek, Mark Stoll. Row Sffliete Rodriquez, Arnold Litten. Danny Lyons, Charles Haton, Herbert Brown, john Pina, Mike Brazier, joe Conner. Row l Peggy Miller, Shirley M,irkley, Glori.1 Pickens, Sandra lfrnnklin,Thonii1Wigfzill, Annie Ruth Smith, Geraldine Mallory. Karen Newman, Diane Hill. Row 2 Margaret Brunk, Carol Mickens, Mary Monahzin, Ann H.inn.1, judy Cousino, Dorothy Sthmieder. M.1ry Ann Dierksheide. Frances Rogge, Carolyn Vogel. Row 'S fpiitricin Tucker. Currie l.C.1gLlC, Shannz1Nasli, Barbara Mitthell, Rose lVl.ljLl1SZ1lli, Elaine Majtlirowski, Emily Temple. Carolyn Kramer, Mary Zitzelberger, Stindm Cramer. .,1 . U .X uf' Hg 83 gI'e5Ll'l'lel'l Row 1 Dorothy Smith, Carol Cdirter, juanita Howell, Sandra Briggs, Lydi.i lfink, Ethel Davis, 'l'l'lL'fCS.1 Cole, Ugirlene Saunders, Aryl-jezinne Vinson. Row 2-ffCheryl Bennett, Katie johnson, Carol Ebright, Diana French, Sylvia Morrison, M1lfg2lfCfl2l Hurst, jatquelyn Dra- ger, judith jiinicki, Barbara Carlo. Row 3 lfmntes Lipke, Lee Ann Shunk, Cathy Mzirguerat, Candunce Rice, Diane Hubbard, Carolyn Cfurrie, B.1rb.1r.1 H.iw- kins, Christine Cfonunt, Sharon Barton, Sarah Lay. Row If Tom Oberle, ,lim Duddernr, Melton Boykin, David Sprunk, Mike Stephens, Bob Burkey, D.in Kronfield, Alton Neal. Row 2 Rodger Bruce, Gary Schmidt, Leo Knox, Ronnie Smith, Michael Munger, Anthony Mcllzde, john MtW'hite. Rod- ney Eiison. Row 3 Henry Pe-ery, Williitiii M.tzur, Bob Ott, Alan Knowles, Gerald Olixer, Rich.1rd Htil'fm.in, R.indy lliidxon, lnnex Stewart. l W- gk , A ,N fe' ft: ..........-1, gb- ' XX-t, uf "2" 'S 'V 31 P25 H1011 Row I Kathy Leonharcl, Pam Shawley, Sharon Kellum, Chistine Lashley, Edith Nickey, Neva Hurst, Carol Knapp, Susan Ronfelclt, Sharon Knaggs. Row 2 Gretchen Bruggeman, Anita Sick, -lo Ann Beehl, jennifer Huff, Nikita Rossvanes, Barbara Ernst, Darlene Sher- man, Ruth Ann Starkloft, Betty McLennan. Row 5 Beverly Bialorucki, Patricia Hoffman, Lillian Wluite, Grace Wliite, Helen Popp, Beverly Borton, Arlene Dutritlge, Nancy Bigley, joanne Campbell. Row l Bonita Henck, Marcia Bittikofer, Sharon Elkins, Sue Barber, Susan Blackmore, Martha Cunningham, Rita Leh- man, Galeathea Files, Elizabeth Sookey. Row 2 Rose Marie Harclison, jane Scohy, Gayle Schoonover, Sandy Frick, Sue Loucks, Christine Summers, Dorothy Foster, jucli Morris, Barbara Wfilliams. Row 5 Merrie Sue Geis, joy-ce Fuchs. 'lucly Hahnlen, Betty Lou jones, Mealon Turner, Pam Taylor, jacqueline Wfootls, Bobbie Goings, Eslella jackson, Brenda Hanks. 'ix H5 gfedklnell Row l Geri Blazey, Pain Lee McKee, Dianne Petty, l.ontina Meilown, Nancy Willi.xrns, jessie Sisson, Susan Binileer, jean Miley, Dorothy linsley. Row 2 Minnie Carter, Lana Bigelow, Sandra Carlson. Karen McClure, Mary Patridge, Lueinda Mauk, Mary Patten. janet Althoff, Mary lillen Dudderar, judy Gigandet. Row 5 Barbara Dreyer, Marcia Katatiiasz, Geraldine Cooper, Sue Knowlson, Barbara Schulz, Karen Ewen, Sandra Pat- terson, Sharon Burns, Barbara jones. Row l Chuck Meinardi. lfred Antolini, Bill Tellw, jerry Kcil, Bill Pool, Lee Fought, Randy Dana, Roger Newman. Row 3 Larry Stiles, Verl Shuman, Dennii Grossman, David Lighty, Daniel Hunt, john Madden, Bill Husum, jaek Duty. Row 5 Dielx Vandrew, Tom Boehl-Q, john Butler, Harold Pauly, Claude Awls, jim Hanaen, Ron Vogelpohl, XX'illiam Restoriek. '86 W, E-w 1 . 1 'WH A 4 'i:'7' :kd aint -' ,, ' liz! 'X ll, ,4, L fp 115'-g ' l, if Q. 5 'i n, 5 'uffkx . W is-1 v. , gil. ,554 - .F p.....,L' 'Aft' ' if 'K J,-Q ffefw' lb x 5 ff".ff' R gl Q-Q ?4 ' wwf Q ,mf gf ,, Q ,. af. ,Q lf! 1 A W5 V ' fb-yy A,A ' 1 ' 6 1 1' Z ,Q fl 'J-fafff 1 ' V' 41 . il: .p " 6 -Ol' ul' f xg. . Not all ol' our most valuable lessons are learned in the classroom. Through the many at- tivities sponsored by our school. our lives have been imineasurably enriched and broad- ened. Participation in these organizations whose emblems we have learned to revere and cherish has afforded us entertainment and enjoyment combined with training for tactful and considerate living. Cooperation, leadership, and good citizenship have been the out- growth of sharing responsibilities in these organizations. Never will we forget the pleasures afforded by our social activities, but above all do we value the challenge and satisfaction of successfully sponsoring these projects, The emblems of the organizations through which we have been given the opportunity to serve and to grow in maturity and character will remain forever dear to our hearts , 89, 'la I x' S Wllqgiis 63 Rim 1- 'Roberta Patton, Rita Neal, Diane Pasch, Sandiut Keim, Sue Stine, hir. Rusie. Row I -john Pettersnn, Sue XX est. Ron Curtis. Dennis Neuman, Gary Mclaligiii, Ken Naiarian, Mike Stevens, Miss Haney Senior Representatives Roberta Patton Rita Neal 'John Petterson y l I Ken Naiarian Kounci 'lunior Repiesentatives Sue Wfest Ronald Curtis Dennis Newman Diane Paseh H Q Sophonqwy-L 1qLl,,LSL,,m,,C, Io be-.elected alrepresentative of I,ibbey's student Sandra Keim Gary Mclairgin governing body is ont of the honors and achieyc. l:rL,5hmkln RL.PrOL.nmtiwS fgeki ments most coveted by our classmates. By fostering Sm- grim- fylike gtcphms Cf ',,f interest in school activities. by promoting good miti- ,. , , Sue XY!-st, stcy-treasg Gary Rfflnllglll. sgt.-at-arms: Niss Hamy, Mi' Rusie, -livlui Pcttctsiui, pit-sg Ron Curtis, vice pits 1 :ll ll' 5 e LC! ii : zenship and integrity, and by maintaining good re- lationship between the faculty and the student body, the Student Council truly fulfilled its purpose. En- KlCf1NOfil1,! to be of service. the Student Council spon- sored a Clean-up Campaign, led Libbey in its first Safety Week program, and superxised the lfootball Queen election. Combining efforts with the student councils of other area schools. they also sponsored the annual Teen Against Polio Campaign. Among their popular and varied social activities were the spring roast, an enioyable dame after a basketball game, and participation in the enchanting Area Student Council dance, "Blue Mist." Our Student Council under the energizing leadership of the president, john Petterson, and the adviser, Miss Haney, has set a fine example of student con- duct and character, As the senior members bid a fond farewell to their fellow representatives, they however feel assured they are leasing their respon- sibilities of leadership to persons xx ho are xx ell qual- ified to mect the challenge. Row I---jennifer Huff. Nancy Robinson, Peg Bower, Barbara Dalton, Mr. Martin. Pauline Ott. planet Cienung, Sue lit-ehk. liaib. vlulius. ll.l Row 2 bandra Meyeis, lsaien lieth. Darlene Rotlilisbcrger, Betty Ann Smyth, Carol Melclier, Mrs Miller, Daxe Osborn, Margie jacob, Carol Young, Sandra hlurphy. Sandi' Popp. Row S ,lime Matherly. .lane Stmir, Rita Ncal, Que liaars, Ray Russell, ll-li' Rusie, Dave Dusing, Hob l'feilici', Robert Harrison, 'l'ei'i'y 'l'c-opas, l.eah Kronmann. gicfe gan Under the guidance of Mi. Loy Rusie, Mr, Charles Martin, and Mrs Mary Miller, we, the members of the 1960 l11fffff,ii1 staft, present to you the culmination of many hours of diligent effort and painstaking concentration. Each member of the staff has earnestly endeavored to complete his particular section of th: book and to do his part in planning layouts, writing copy, and checking galleys, Yet perhaps, our most difficult task was keeping our plans a secret. Memories of our experi- ences in' selling advertisements, posing pictures, conceding to anothefs opinion, and meeting deadlines will abide forever in our hearts. Wfith the anticipation of your acceptance of our efforts, the staff proudly presents the 1900 1jJef.ii111 with the hope that these pages will recall for you memories of the happy days spent within the halls of Libbey. David Osborn Margie ,lacob Aloe Matherly Cfarol Melcher Sue liaars .. Sue lioehk . Barbara Julius janet Genung Sandy Popp .. . Rite Neal . . Nancy Robinson , Leah Kronmann . .liditor-in-Chief Associate Editor . .Copy Editor Art and Layout . . . . .liaculty . .liaculty ..... .Senior .... , .Senior . Und erc lassmen .Underclassmen . , . .Activities ...Activities 'Il -lane Suzor . Robert Pfeilier .Attixities . . . .Sports Peg Bower . .... Sports Pauline Ott . Advertising liarbgira Dalton . . . .Advertising Mr. Rusie congratulates Nr. Myers, our engraver. upon his ictiitmcnt tttci twenty uns nf tnghful eu I'.!tl!.1u. K " 1' I ia' i 'xict' Iii the 'Q' an 5 'V 4 f .a. f ll., ,were A 'fx 4 L., I ,. ,av EJ wx' .X mr- 1 Hi 3 Ron l -Bonnie Pilaher, Sue lNleCQriu'y, 'l'erry H.u'nes. Sue Crites, Kathie XX'etzel,Ki1thleen Gaynor Run 2 -Sue liriiunselixxeiger, Sandra Smith, Rick lliirtley, Mrs Holger, Dorothy Smilax, Sharon Hennessy, lieth XX'illin4iger Ron 5- I'.un leurs. bl.ll'Nll.l Dolby, -Inn St.uner. Dau- XX'vper, Judy Shell, .ludy Rennhilek, lJ7.ll'l3.lI'.l Gunther e blLf.l.ll'l'. .idxeitisiug editor, ls.itlne XX'etLel. editor, e ll!.llIllNCl1NK'CllLfCl', third page editoit Sharon Hennessy touith page editor. M.ush.i Dolbv. seeond prize editor Doiotln 5Il1ll.lX, tirst p.uge editor ryfsfaf Re-eording the everyday .ietixities ot' our sehool .ind interpreting itll .ispeets of sehool life lmve been the l.lLILl2ll3lC zieeoinplishinents ot' our Cfilimif st.1t't'. This group of profieient reporters, working under the eoinpetent guidance of Mrs, Betty Bolger, has proxided lull .ind interesting eoxernge of all important student and school ttftixirs, They not only portrayed the negtdemie side ot' sehool lite but also presented our soeinl .ind .tthletie iietixities in the eoluinns .ind pietures ol' the ffikqilizf. The exeellenee ol' our newsp.iper h.is been proxed by the 4m.irds whith are presented annually by the fiolumbm Seholastie Press Assoimtion to the lliilrzl for superiority in various fields, XVQ. .tt Libbey, .ire proud to lux e sueh .1 line pub- lication identified with our sehool. .,.9z,. l 1 lr if M' s .,s,,,,, 5 ,if-H-34, I Row l--Carolyn Vogel, Marilyn Vogel, Mary Dierksheide, Janice Grund, Dennis Crosson, janice Strange, Linda Moffatt, Sue Taylor, essie Sisson, Frances Rogge, Karen Olson, I Row 2-Pam Sun, Carol james, Rachel XY'eber, Michael Farmer, Janie Stover, Mrs. Burton, Kathe Schultz, Lynn Gail XValker, Le- Anne Tefft, Sue XX'acliter, Marilyn jones. Row 3--Marsha Dolby, Nancy Lange, Terry Piotraschke, james XXf'illiams, james lirug, jack O'Neil, Ron W'ickert, Marlin Lloyd, john Collins, Martha Bierley, judy Rennhack. Officers: LeAnne Tefft, pres.g Marlin Lloyd, vice pres.g Carol james, secy.-treas. Row In-Geni Blazey, Grace Gorsuch, judy Hassen, Shirley Markley, Sharon Burns, Pam Shawley, Sidney XVooten, Minnie Carter, joanne Loomer. Row 2--Sandra Francis, Mary jane Becker, Marilynne Remias, Sharon Lundy, Carol Metz, Miss May, Jessie Sisson, Lonna Boyd, Lydia Fink, Sharon Neitling. Row 3----Marcia Kramp, judith Hahn, Judith Gee, Marsha Dolby, joan Bockbrader, Pat Hoffman, Patsy Clapp, Penny Pendleton, Mary Patten, Caroline Lorr. Cjfaaaicaf .Honor ociefy To stimulate interest and to recognize excellence in the study of Latin are the purposes of the Classical Honor Society. Membership in this club is the high- est honor that can be bestowed upon any Latin stu- dent who has maintained for two consecutive se- mesters an "A" average and no grade lower than "B" thereafter. Under the stimulating direction of Mrs. Pauline E. Burton, students of the society are made aware of "the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome." This year the group de- voted their efforts to the study and understanding of classical civilization, Following their usual tradition, Latin students gained valuable information from the trip to the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. is . yr.. 5 unior mc! 60.45 This year the junior Red Cross, under the able guid- ance of their adviser, Miss Virginia May, has ca- pably fulfilled the motto, "XX'e help others by serv- ing." Among their various projects were the sending of gift boxes overseas and the donation of money for the needy of Toledo and the United States. All homerooms were enrolled in the worthy activity of supplying Red Cross boxes for the underprivileged children of Europe and Asia, The conscientious at- titude of these members is indeed to be commended. Under the capable leadership of Marsha Dolby, pres- identg ,loan Brockbrader, vice presidentg Mary Pen- dleton, secretaryg and Mary jane Becker, treasurerg this yearls activities were brought to a successful close. Row 1 Sandra Cianchou. Carol Sun Ringel, Barbara julius. Peg Bower, Ruby Anderson. can-ui Melcher. Pauline Ott, Dorothy Sntilex. Sue liochk, Sue Biaunschweiger Kenneth Paurlcev. Barbara Fox Row 2 Mary Sue Xxfillingei, judy Funka. Becky Dauer. Nancy lan ge, judy Rennhaclc, Mi. Rusie, Miss Gilbert, Marsha Dolby Roberta Corxxtn. Carol lzldredge, judy Stephenson, Marx Beth Ganss Row 5 Daxe Osborn. Peter Morrison. Ken Millet, james Brug. Dawid XX'eilant, jack O'Neil, Ron Chainpion, Ken Boldt, liob Pfeifer. james XX'iIltains. Doug Becker Wafiona , The National Honor Society faithfully following its Q purpose, "to hold erect the flaming light of truth, to lead that others may follow in the light, to uphold the high ideals of life, to recognize its greatest values, and to serve loyally, faithfully, and unsel- fishly," also evinced its maturing influence on the students' social life, The activities of a highly suc- cessful year included a progressive dinner held dur- ing Christmas vacation and a pizza party at the home of Pete Morrison. In conjunction with the members of the Wztite National Honor Society, they conductcd the Na- tional Honor Quiz Show first at Libbey, where out panel, consisting of Pete Morrison, Dave Osborn, Peg Bower, and Nancy Lange, was victoriousg but again later in the year at Wziite we were forced to yield our position The Treasure Hunt show held in the spring, along with the quiz program, was pre- Row I Mary Ann XX'alteis, Kathi Vogtsbcrger. Bobbie Patton, Lorena Hargrave, Karen XX'etzel, janice Cirund, Sue w'.1imgo-, Sharon Hennessy. Nancy XY'httnioie, Donna Vanderwulp. Sue Luhring. Linda Moffatt, Nancy Robinson. Row 2 Kathie W'etLel, judy Harlow, joe Matherly. Leah Kronmann. Sandra Popp, Ken Najarian. Rita Neal, Dave Niall. Omen Moore, Margie jacob, Sandra lNlurphy, john Cllevenger. Brenda Kurschat Row BA'--Betty Smyth. jane buaoi, Neil Cook, Larry Farnham, Larry Stover, Dennis Marvin, Milton Stewart, Dick liwen. Daxid Meyer, Pete Lucero, Terri Protraschlce. Nancy Monger. Barbara Haltentan. Ji . js : T s A 94 4 llov. I Patricia Taylor, judy Hartley, Michael Mcffoy, Sandia XX'.trnke, Carol james, Telly Fleischman, Marilyn Jones, Karen Olson, l,in- da Geraldo. Row J' Pam Sun, Lynn XX"allcer, lwlargretta l.ee, .lucly Shell. Mr Rusie. Miss Gilbert, Sandra Ciuhl, B.trb.u'a 'l'.1ylor, Sue Xlifachter, Rachel XX'eber. Row 's f-Marcia Miller, Stephen Sclmab, Marlin lloyd, liob Pollock, jerry Calkins, Hill Clemens, Steve Moran, john Clolwc-ll, Douglas Feiock. l.eAnne Tefft. OILOI' sented to raise money for scholarships to be given to worthy senior members of the society. In March, twenty-five juniors and forty Seniors were elected to membership in the society on the basis of their performance in scholarship, leadership, character, and service, A reception honoring the new members was held in the library following the very impressive induction ceremony in the auditor- ium at which the society presented honor pins to out- standing sophomore scholars and certificates to fresh- men for meritorious scholastic achievement. To help the underclassmen prepare to meet the ever rising standards of college entrance requirements, the club presented a program explaining the best procedure to be followed in order to qualify for entrance into collegeg representatives from industry, from college and high school faculties and from the respective student bodies presented their individual viewpoints. NATIONAL The annual spring roast and the second yearly ban irorvoffxxfrspcifir quet brought to a close thc social events of the year in Z Guiding the society in fulfilling its purpose was A, S Miss -lean Gilbert, their capable adviser. f i C NATIONAL Dave Osborn ..,. . Nancy Lange Barbara julius . Hob Pfeifer . , . . Dorothy Smilax . . . xlirn XX'illiams .... Karol Sue Riugel . HONOR OFFICIIERS . .Vice Social Scholarship Activities President President Secretary Treasurer Chairman Chairman Chai rn ian Row I---Ioanne l.oomeI'. Gretchen Bruggeman, Jessie Sisson. Sally Vanderwulp, Helen Hornaclc, liileen jones, Nadine Pacholski, Frances Rogge. Row J Fran Bobroski, Denny Davies. Tina XX'allb.1nk, Cindy Covington, Penny Pendleton, Yvonne Rosebroclc, Tom NX'rlliams, Lynne Harmack. Row 5---Sue Hannaford, Michael Farnrer, Ray Feiork, john Collins, Glenn Thompson. Riclc Huffman, Tom Schwab. Kathe Schultz. Q5 t if 'SZ' ,. . .4 Row l ljldllil Hc-er, Di.uine lNIoerscli, Peg Bower, Sue Sclu'oedei', lhl.ll'Cl.l Miller, Linda Altliuuse, liohhie Patton, Donnn fliuug. Row J Stun ,Lure Stutz, M.u'y Anne Schuliv, Linda l7c-tzer, Miss Dc-tiring, Mrs. Phcntt, Sue fiites, Sruidiai Smith, Beth XY'illinger, Ktuen XXI-tzel. Riiw R lioinrliy Smil.zx, Sue XY'ilson, Sue W'illinger, ,Lute Suzur, lhll XX'inn, Sh1u'nn Hennessy, lietty Ann Smith, linthie XX'e'lel. lzric ean feral-g ociefy The Won gictivities of the Peritletins, as mirrored in their memories, c.1st ii pleasing reflection, A year of diligent work and many projects .1g.1in justified their motto, Usttilllltillll zmffif' Resplendent in their red ierkins, white hlouses, and hl.icl4 skirts, the Peries 1 could he seen selling mints, shakers, .ind htits lor y 'ff x the Tlitinkzsgiving grime. As sponsors of the De- Yilhiss mass meeting, they gtixe the tc-.im ii rous- Tffmfij' ing send-o-ft and intensified school loyalty rind spirit -JM J ' A hy decortttmg the lohhy in emblematic hlue and gold. ln November, the new memhers ol' thc lJCflLilL'Lll1 I.llCI'.lI'y Society were received into the cluh tit .ui il n impressive induction, which w.ts held .it the Pork Lgine Hotel. A needy fgun2ly's Christmas was hright- ened hy ii brisket ot' lood, and the mtiin office glowed as Ll result of the Peries' dc-comtions. The memory of Peg Bower, rec. secyxg Dorntliy Smiliix, ch.upliung Betty this lidmsy yeiir, which include-d lri-l.it llLZfly'ilIL'S, Ann Smyth, pres., ,Lune Sumr, vice pres.: Shtiron Hennessy, 4lf'1ll"W'1lf Pf"'Sl'-1, imkl the t9fml1l l7-lmlllff ln 5145'- cor, secy I Dun.: lleer, ceiisimrf Stunt slum' Stutz, trc-ns, will limf-I ,lll0W ln llli' hi-'ilfl of CVCVY PUNK. Row l 'Indy Kelly, Sally V.inderwulp, lfileen blnnes, ,Indy ll'win,Cf.lrol l.ent7, Nadine Pdcliolslci, C.u'wlyn Begun. Row 1 ,ludy McDonald, Pat Cf.u'rwi'ight, Alison HLll'llI7j.fLlINC, Miss Deau'in3.:, Mrs, Phentt, CQ.u'ol Moiinli.u1, l,ind.i Clreech, Sue li.1i,i:hin, C.hi'istin.t Ngiy.trro. Row 'S Sh.u'ron Piotrglsclike, S.uidy Keim, Sue Pond Dituine Dellier, Carol Husum, Sandy Guhl, Nancy liriscli, Sue XXX-st, Shirley Pnlcyn, A - -gr, oz. 0 6 X. R Row l Nancy Robinson. Mary Schatz, -lanice New L Bu lfl Da on Sllllllk fi us lxuen Bflllll Sue. BIlLlIlNLl'lWQl4,LI' om A LU Row 2 Sue Stephens. janet Kellermann, C.arolyn Mn ti ss t Pit Stt ans it ic Comm mlm enum Row 5- Diana Smith. Brenda Kurschat, Twila lieth i t my '1 i isoi Xtncy Momgci Mucit Schmi t Mary Sue XY'illinger, l lzifadflzean oliferary ociefy The Phils, seeming to have the ability to make each year better than the preceding one, held an impres- sive candle light induction at the home of their president and sponsored the Central mass meeting and basketball dance. Attractively attired in their matching skirts, blouse, and vests, the Phils played an important role in the success of the Tri-l.it ac- tivities of the year. Among their philanthropic pro- jects were sponsorship ot' the Senior Play, contribu- tions to the Community Chest, tollection ot' money for the Care packages, and granting .1 scholarship to a deserving senior Phil. Perhaps the most important event to be recorded in the Phil's history this year was the ever-popular Sadie Hawkins' Day Dante, held on March ll. At the spring banquet the senior girls expressed their loyalty to the Phils and their regret in leavingg they found assurance. however, in the knowledge that their little sisters would uphold the high ideals and ambitions which have traditionally characterized the Philalethean Literary Society. Row I- -Laraine Greunke, Barbara Shtnaver, Dlllltli Sth ut lic ui , uc rold. Row 2- Karen Hubbard, Tina XX'allhank, Sue XX iciei llcll flllli is i ci ss it L n 1 ict 1 i it Case, Row 5---,lean Cameron, Mona Kurschat, Donna inttii ie uc et ol IX o S icy Sthiud K Metz Karen XX'ollenwehei', ,ff 1 4' 1' 4 N Row I -Sandra Pautz. Carol Sue Ringel, Dianne Pasch, Diane Hering. Mrs. Marshall. Bonnie Naylor, linda Sarvis. Kathi Vogtsbergeix Barbara julius. Row 2 -Linda Ramseui, Sue Boehk, Cheryl Shelton, Pat -Iacobs, Linda Longbrake, Mrs, Hunsaker, Rachel XX'e-ber. Millie Rohne, Ruby Anderson. Pauline Ott. t i Row 5 -janet jenung. judv Funlca, Carol Sarvis, janet iJilNL'll, Ann Rutledge. Sue Schneider. Rita Neal, Margie vlaeolw, Mary lieth Ganss. -Iudy Stephenson, Pauline Ott, pre-s,1 Ruby Anderson, sgt,-at-armsg Rita Neal, ehaplamg Diane He-ring. jr, censorg janet O'Yeil, cor seeyg Judy Funka, ree seeyx Sue Schneider, treasg Carol Sue Ringel, vice pres 1 Mike Gaynor, historian Z2faLfLean ogferary ociefy Adding another years achievements to their already fine record, the Zets lived up to their motto, "Nihil .ime Lihue." "nothing without work," Among their successful projects was the sale of ashtrays, name cards, Christmas socks, and stationery. The Yule- tide spirit at Libbey was again enlixened by the dis- play of the traditional wreath outside the building. With the cooperation of the Zets, the Tri-Lit ae- tivities including the roast, mass meeting, and the formal dame were made sutcesses long to be remem- bered. The Zet banquet instilled in the new members the desire to earry on the fine work of their big sisters. By far the most important event was the crowning of their Chaplain, Rita Neal, as Homecoming Queen. Certainly .1 wonderful way of ending the year was the granting of ri scholarship to further the educa- tion of one of the deserving Zets. Row l----Kathie Kersehner, Sue Holst. Barbara Vogtsberger, B.1rbal'a Bowes. Sue Taylor. Sally Fournier. Trudy Riebe. Bonita Julius, Karen Olson, jill Hazelbaker, Kathleen Gaynor. Row 2-f-Cyntliia Covington, Carzel Felker, Marsha Dodds, -lean Kelsey, Mrs. Hunsaker, Mrs, Marshall. Kathy Obeivsegner. Cheiyl Krue- ger, Karen Vorderburg, Carol jarnes. Row 3--'live Lynne Martin, Shirley Fllinger. Glorya johnson, Janice Dearing, Nancy Reiter, Judy Shell. Brenda Utz. Lynne Haberstitch. Beverly Levis. Pant Sun. l 1 awww.. .., asc. Row 1--john Clevenger. Lee lrons. john DeMars. Stan Needles, Paul Sprunk, Leonard Klinck, XX'illiam Herzig, Frank Ohler. Tom Klostermeier. Row 2 --Dave Osborn. Denny Murphy, john Petterson. james Xxyllllilllli. Mr. Dixon, Ralbh XX'obser, Bob Pfeifer .Pete Morrison, Nick Hazard. Row 7: Bill Dierksheide. Dean Myers. Robert McCarthy, Terrence Schnell. XX'illiam 'li.lI'.lNCllliC'. Robert Mix. Dirk linen, Bruce Heck- xsith Kenneth Miller. Robert Gwin 0l'ul'l'l Recognizing the need for leadership at Libbey during these days of extended schedules. the members of the Forum took an active part in the life of the school. Rapidly becoming a tradition in school ac- tivities is the spaghetti dinner which was held again with great success this year. The proceeds of other projects such as selling Libbey badges and tags for the Wfoodward game helped to swell the funds in the Forum treasury, part of which went to a needy family at Christmas and part to a deserving senior as a scholarship. Lingering long in the memory of those who attended were the sock hop after the Ma comber basketball game, the semi-formal dance, and the spring roast, sponsored jointly with the Q.D.'s The social actiwities of a busy and successful year drew to a close with the memorable senior banquet held in May at which the senior members were hon ored. nk Uhlci sccy n cx ngcr ic Petc Nforrison ics i 'cici c Dc wen xiec res F111 ' '71 jolt Cl L' t'lasg - ' i ' P" I Bib lliff 3 'haplaini ik li " . " ' P Row I Tom XX"etLel. Tom XX'illiams, Douglas Antolini, Dennis Davies. Willi.in1 Schmid. james Qeverence. Rick Dukes. Dennis Di- Salle. jim Steinhurst. Row 2 -Robert Sterling. Dennis Newman. Dale Strahm, Robert XX'aterinan. Mr Dixon. Dennis Sherman. Robert Page, jim Smith, Gary Mclalrgin. jim Stutz. Row s--Tom McDonald. jerry Dauer. Sam Hazard. XX'illiam Arps, john XX'ynn Robert Haase. Tom Roush. Vic Seelman, Larry jones, Bill Clevenger. 99 Ill - A A A Row I ,lim Merritt, Don BLlRlIllj.11lI'II1L'l', Ken Najarizm, Curl Schmidt, Mr. Gillmore, ,lim Kretzinger, Robert XX'illiircl, Bob Kntschke, Dniine lloefener, Bruce Kern V Rim 2 john Purcell, jim Soinerxille, Nick Purse, Garry Keller, Gary Slitker, Mi, Milcy, Terry lflyiiri, l..iriy Stoker, ,Limes llnrtwig, Neil Cook, I Row 5 Drive Meyer, Gary Shinn, ,lim Vfollenweber, Glenn Hnmwiiiiig. l.xlI'l'3' fitwli. ,lim llwlfilll. liill Sliepliercl, l..ii'iv 'l.irrins, Dglvt' lfinlx, Stephen Cox. Qui! anc! :Dagger Once again the members of the Q.l3,'s miiintiiinecl their pre-eminent standing among l.ibbey's literary 0 ,fi societies by promoting frienclsliip iintl school spirit. Q! V Q In pursuance of their objectixes they helpecl inspire Q the football teiim to gi victory over Scott by selling 0 ,Z O - h.its which were worn by .ill the stiitlents .is an ex- 9 0 pression of sleiiclfiist loyalty .incl encouragement. 0 A O Lucriitive projects for the yeiir inclncletl selling cle- ! cals iincl holcling their ginnu.il c.1r wiish. Combining W efforts with the Forum, they nmcle the Bi-I.it roast and Bi-I.it dance occasions that have become foncl memories for all who iittenclecl. Une of the events that contribiitecl immeiisiiriibly to milking this yeiir Rtlxy Il- Ciiirl lSchmiclt. treiisg Ken Najnrizm. pres.: Ron Smh an Lmforgctmbll. one WHS thc Sprmg bgmqud .uitis, A mp inn. ' - , ' - . , ' . Y., '- .r tm J I,1irry Vliirrins, sgt,-4it'.ii'ilis1 l.nri'y Cook, vice presg honoring simon 'md 'mnoumm-Q 'Nxt ,Cdr 5 lcild' .lim H.irtwie, sety. ers- Row I Roimltl lz.iton. Aloe Russell, Mike Somerville, Kermit Zimmerman, Mr, Gillinore, Ron Olnh, ,lim Yoinig. ll.irt Hunting, Chgiiles johnson. Row 3 lim Hnllicli, Richaril Cox, Dick Rennhiiclc, Guy Denny, Mr. Iwiiley, Bruce Denno, john Fink, Bob Dyer, lirrol Collins, Rim 5 DAN l'L'1'V5'. Bill BIUWJI. jerry Tlioinnssmi, Dain I.echner, john Cook. XX'4irren Millerr Ron Curtis, Mike 'sX'.1rreii, joe Sink.: 3 if - Q . '1 2100, N--f Row 1-Maty Ann Whllters, Karen Braun. Nancy johnson, Ann Reiter, Ruby Anderson, Carolyn Moulton, Betty Ann Smyth, Dorothy Smilax, Sheri Court, Linda Moffatt, joe Matherly, Sue Braunschweiger, Row 2 -Mary Schatz, Carol Melcher, Patti Sue Daxis, Judy Bruno, Carole Haase, Roberta Corwin, Miss Costigan, ,ludy Clark, Bill Huh- hell, Terry Piotraschlce, joan Capazo, Sue xY'lllll'IrLfL'l', Row 3 Chuck llarste, Nancy lwfonger, ,laines XX'illian1s, Kenneth Chambers, Oalcic lfavro, lad Ciariett, Terry Flynn, Aliin Somerville, Sue Baars, Constance Powell, Marsha Dolby ramaficti Under the capable leadership and accomplished guid- ance of Miss Angelia Cfostigan, the Dramatics Club l I experienced a year of several successful enterprises. "" "K The crowning achievement of this year's thespian en- 'N -- deavors was, of course, the senior play, "january f I Thaw." Likewise, the contribution of the junior Class to the dramatic life of Libbey was the tun- loving play, "That Brewster Boy." By giving mem- bers practical experience in the interpretation and production of two plays, the Dramatics Club has fulfilled its purpose of promoting interest in the ac- tivities of the school and developing latent crea- tive talents of the student body. Our classmates were thus encouraged to read and witness better plays, ' lfi: at'i', . . thereby promoting CUllLISllSIU for dr mt in lll its Sue Schneider' cones' WWA: Nana' Mommy Prem Terry phases. A more than memorable year was conclucled piutmschkcv Sgtfammmz Juhn Clevengerv Vice P,-C, , Mary by the club s annual banquet. Ann Wfalters, treasg Mary Schatz, rec. secy Row I f-'Marlene Hudanslci, Bobbie Patton, Brenda Kurschat, janet Ball, Pauline Ott, XX'illiam Bradshaw, Marcia Stoll, Leah Kron- mann. janet Huehrer, Shirrel Van Tassel, Carol Sue Ringle. Row Z f-Janice Cirund, Sharon Hennessy, Mary Beth Ganss, Barbara Dickerson, Owen Moore, Miss Costigan. David Stead. Nancy Sass, Jane Suzor, lflizaheth Terwilliger, john Clevenger, janet Kellermann. Row 3-V-janet O'Neil, Sue Schneider, Alune Leibius, Lawrence Farnham. Dean Shock, Ron Radke, Ken Boldt, Harry Bashore, Orlando Lucero. Nicole Kendall, Ken hforris. 8 --101: im ll IS n llll 1 cc cs c 1 1 o IC ci Dauer, Dale SlI'.ll1H1, Danny Newman, Stephen l iw lll cis 11 1 111111 on xi c 1 LIIS 1 cc cs 11 1 Purcell, Daxe XX'ype1, Neil Cook. klohn Fink. iw Xl 1 I1 ll wen I 1 csley. Nuke Ci.1ll.1ghe1, Tcrry Flynn, Dave Meyer, J1-11 The members of the H1-Y, whose cluh NK as founclecl in 1889, strove diligently to fulfill the purpose for which the club was organizc-cl. Through the many activities in which its members participated, the Hi- Y encleavorecl "to create, maintain, aml extend high stanclarcls of Christian character throughout the home, school, and community." Their successful year included parking cars for B.l.E, clay, assisting in the sale of newspapers for the Olcl Newslvovs, and sell- ing wreaths at Christmas .1n1l programs at the fen- mx 1 s 1 llll 1 ulces, Gary Ciratnp, Bflllt' Kern ow nu 11111 ILIL, 1 c wmsi LL cs Bill Brown, Nick Haz:11'1l, john Pcrtcrsiin, Carl 1111 c Ll D xc scs 1 s 111 in 1 ix im XX'11Ilcnwelwc1, 'llrly Schncll, Bruce Beckwitll, Row l--Uunncy Rohfcr, -lim Kcpluii Kun l,ont:. Don Bt1LlITlgdI'fDCI', Jim Smith. jim Stutz, jim Merritt, Kon lxlilldflilll. D.tvitl Sttnltl Dick liltlcr. Bill Huhhcll Row Z--Cliuck Harstt' Kun Schiniilt. Huh lllgc. -lohn Sturtz, Mr. Ncctllcs. jim Krctzingt-r, lim kinriiclius, Don Cfl.u'lcc, liolu Clliipp, lirctl FI'QL'IlhlI1 Row 5--Kon Morris. Ktn linltlt, -Inn 5l.ll'I1LI1 0.115 Keller, Clircy Aniinons, Ron R.itllcc, .Iohn Hollopctur, Bnlw Hallam, CQli.1rlca wcll, Ron CQli.linpion, Torn Burk tral football gainc. Combining efforts with tht Son- ior YYTct'n5, the Hi-Y hclpctl to sponsor thc I.cn- tcn services which provctl an inspiring influemc in our school lifc. Also inclutlctl among their nttivi- tics were two swimming parties, Ll liqiyritlc, Anil it trip to thc "XX!intly City," Clliicttgo, tluring Christ- m.1s xilcation. All these Activities, plus selling tag., for tht- Stott baske-tlwll ginnc, spcntlingg ii wcckcntl .it Crimp Store-r, imtl partitipnting in ii basketball lcaguc with other Hi-Y's of thc city, nnult thi5 .1 prospcrotw .intl ucntful ya-.tr long to bc rtincmhcrctl. Paul Sprunk Bill Hcrzig Frank Ohlci' . Bill 'I'.irz1sClilcc Bruce Beckwith .Inn Krctzingci Hi-Y Office-rs Cmrn- Prcsitlcnt Vino l'i'L-sitlunt Sucittii ry 'l'i'cusiii'ci .Sgl.-All-Al'Il1S lhilplzlin Row l Hill Stliinitlmjiiiibu't1'ciitL', Ci.ll'y t5t'tli'ri,j1iii Miswlcr, Danny Mongcr, l"i'.1nl-c Ohlur, .Iohn Cla-vcngtr, 'llun Klostci'iiit'it'1', Rick ll.li'tlt'y, Dtnnix Dmsius Row 2 Paul bprunk, Dau Oxlwin Ciilln-utr Nucl, W'lll2lILl 'l4l1i1IltlSlll, Mr. Nt-4-tilts, D.in Uppt-iin.tn, lioh Ciwin, M.irtin llosncli, Garry XX.1mltlcc'. 'liL'I'l'X' 'I'cop.is Row S ixiikt XX'.1i'i'cn, Bill Cluvtiigti. Dom hlinck, Nun l'lilL.ll'll, vUIllI.lID 'l'.li.isc'likL. G.ii'y Scliultz, Torn bnulu, Daryl Hull, linh XX'it'ks, l ntl iill SL'l1XX.lI ' '3i,iSl i-1032 ,ty ,mt ,NH smut It rv Muthr lem cc woot vnnt Vtnttrwulp, Carol 'xX'oitLel, Shirley Krueger. Llrolyn vt mul 1 , tni aut o or or xx en ut Haltcman. Joyce Sutcr, Judy Ronunxki, Doris xx it ti vcr ro 1 ut uut lltilq. -Indy Frnexkt, Aludy Rtnnhack, Sandra Murphy, enior This year the Senior Y-Teens again brought their ac- tivities to a successful close. liaithfully they adhered to their motto, "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." In spite of the early hour of the extended schedule, the girls had a breakfast meeting before school in Novemberg at a later date they invited the Sopho- more and junior Y-Teens to enjoy with them a talk by Mr. Miley concerning football. Service protects to the school included decorating the lobby with two xx 1 L t u 1 cr 1 uc uv cr uit tw mga, Maxy Ann XX'altc-rs, Sherry Miller, Nancy low t 1 o t s nc lil e, lic-tty Ann Smyth, Dorothy Srnilax. Aludy Ilailow, tw 1 ic Nor Ntlunmtkcr vis n u cc L Annette Frank Sharon Steiger, Mary Sue XX'rl' - '? 5 'N X .ik 'T' ,,..f Row 1'SKai'en McGeai'y, Bonnie Tullis, linda Ramseur, Twila Bechtel, Judy Rupp, Barbara Resener, Joan Allen. Row 2-Gracie Hamer, Linda Moffatt, Becky Meinka, Sue Witnuer, Miss Allen, Pat XX"inn, Roberta Curxsiii, Patricia Voyles, Charlene Stull. Row 3-f-Betty XY'ilkins, Constance Powell, Patti Davis, Jane Suzor, Beverly Spratt, Sue Iiaars, Barbara Haase, linda Lnnghralce, Carol Rapp. l ' eeflif shiny silver Christmas trees, selling mums for the v V I , , , Senior Y-Teens Uffieers Thanksgiving Day game, sponsoring with the Hi-Y the inspiring Lenten services, and selling Christmas lmm Mlm -'r-- - - -'---- A --A- l"'fWll'1" cards and pencils. Following the established tradi- Hgyhbic pamm vm pmidcm tion, the Senior Y-Teens helped serve at the annual C! A It H I -I S it banquet. ,JIU C. HJSL , . ..,.., CCTC ary I . . Judy Clark . . . . , .Treasurer Although the club dedicated most of its time to serv- ' 1 . i . ice, the girls still found time for fun and relaxation. B"l'l71C Uffwln ' ' "'-- U'aPla"' A splash party was held at the Y.W.CI.A. which was enjoyed by all who attended. In Marfh the banquet honoring Miss Allen, who has faithfully served as adviser for twenty years, was enhanced by the timely Row IV- Sharon Horn. Karen Braun, Jo Ann Valind, Brenda KlIl'SCllill, Carolyn Moulton. Janet KCllLI'll1illlIl, Janine Urunil, Sara Jane Stutz, Carol Sue Ringel, Row Z -'Judy Mason, Diana Heer, Slnrrel Van Tassel, Barbara Julius, Sue XX'illinger. Miss Allen, Sandy Popp, Judith Gantz, Sharon Hennessy, RuVella Beauch. Row 5--Ritzl Neill. Judy Fklflliil. Marcia Stull, Nancy Munger, Pat Jamisun, Judith Myers, Linda Miller, Sharon Hill, Linda St, Juhn, Sue Boehlc ,ps fb, . I ' 1051 i i ., Rim l---Linda Crippen, Kathi Vogtsberger, Bobbie Patton, Nancy Johnson, Sheri Court. Marlene Hudanski, -lanet Buehrer, Nancy Roh- insnn. Row 2-V Sue XX'ilsun, Mary Beth Ganss, Carol Melcher, Leah Kionmann, Miss Allen, Ruby Anderson, Carole Haase, Diane Burgooii. lane! Ball. RHVVi5'f lilizaheth Terwilliger, Nancy Sass, Marsha Dolby, 'Ianet O'Nc-il, june Leihius, Sue Schneider, judy Clark, Nicole Kendall, Janet Cienung, 1 enior - eend Lonf. remarks of Rev. Stover and the entertainment pro- vided by the members. City-wide events such as the carnival, the Bermuda hop, and the formal dance were indeed unforgettable occasions. Under the warm and friendly guidance of Miss Al- len and the officers, the Senior Y-Teens were guid- ed in a year of activities long to be remembered, The officers were joan Allen, president, Bobbie Pat- ton, vice presidentg Carole Haase, secretaryg judy Clark, treasurerg and Bobbie Corwin, chaplain. Christian Club Officers Paul Dc-l..un.iter .... . , . . . . . , . President l..uiy l".irnh.im . . , , .Vice-l'i'csidc-nt, Chaplain Sliaron Perry , . , . .Secretary-'l'1'easui'ei ogggeg CAridfian oufk The newly organized Bible Club, under the stabiliz- ing guidance of Mr. Elmer li. Kirsh, was able this year to establish high standards of moral character, sincere respect for others, and a love of Godg these are the qualities which have tradition.1lly epitomized the real meaning of the Bible Club. Christian serv- ice to their fellow men has always been one of the ultimate and laudable goals of these student mem- bers. We feel confident that the precepts studied by these devoted students will always serve as an example to inspire the student body and so illumine the lives of everyone concerned. The officers serving the club this year were Paul Del.amater, presidentg Larry lfarnham, vice-president and chaplaing and Sharon Perry, secretary-treasurer. Row l Charles lfalkenberg, ,Joyce Scliuhc-rt, Sharon Perry. Sue Loucks, Paul Delaimater Row 2 Leo Knox, Norman Falkenherg, David Dusing, Mr. Kirsch, Larry Moyer, Gwenn XX'albnlt. L.. bf I". . U "ii any . X o 106 'xp- .aa . - ' bt QA: 2 '4-9 . S. 'S ,.- , , fi 1 ' X .sf i ', Row liAnn Sandford, .lnyce Mfffally, Carolee XY'allin,uton, Janice Strange, l.anet.1 Chmc ci noi 1 non me 1 s i i Stone, Donna Craig. Row 2 -jane Lehman, Cheryl Krueger, Rachel XX'eher, -lackie Lislaa, Mrs. Pritchard, Muim 'lho s t i vi in ron Allison. Row 5"---l,eAnne Tefft, Loretta Sturdixant, Lynn Gail XValker, Ingrid Franklin, liaihu it iztcr it my Phillipson, Vludy Koder. I lfU'll0I' '5een5 The program followed this year by the junior Y- Teens was one of enjoyment and service to others. Under the guidance of their capable adviser, Mrs. ,lean Pritchard, the 'lunior Y-Teens were stimulated "to grow in friendship with people of all races, re- ligions, and nationalities and to grow in the knowl- edge and love of God " The girls enioyed a profit- able year filled with hard work and social activities. In November the YfTeens held a successful splash party at the Y.XV.CQ.A. for all members who wished to attend. As a Christmas project they filled a bas- ket of food for a needy Toledo family, and to in- JT EEuNg f a if img! Row I -hally Dixon. lxathleen Liaynor, lsaren Olson, Carivlyn Sclilegel. Barbara Shin t Row 2 --Sue Taylor, CQarolyn Giraudeau, Sue Stephens, Pam Sun, Mrs. Pritchard, Sue lcitcl ny Ron 37 .nne U'Neil, Pam Lewis, Barbara Taylor, Marilyn Drake, Diane Hering, Nincy Ncubuix Silly xnsi n 5 w XX'arnlce. Di 1 ' 107 l ,--.1 - nr ,Q 'b' Rim I -Clnnnie Herrold, Linda Geraldo, Patty Sue Weaver, Nina Atkin, ,Ianice Merzke, Sue Kaighin, Judy XX'hite, Kathie Kerschner, Row 2 Bonnie Pilcher, Carol Rupley, Eve Lynne Martin, Linda Szalkay, Mrs. Pritchard, Marcia Miller, Millie Rohne, Linda Sarvis, Sandra Smith. lion S Altman Slit-plcr, Diane l'aisil, Sue Vik-st, Shirley Schmid, Sandy Pasch, Darla Swanson. Beverly Levis, lirencla Utzf, Lynne llahel- stich. ,lunior Y-Teen Offieers Mary Anne Sahultl . ..... President Dianne Pasch . .Vine President I hiistina Navarro . .Secretary l inda Ferrer . . ,Treasurer liurhara limves . Chaplain Shirley Polcyn .Representative innie Naylor . .Representative unior -.jeenzi fffmflilflmlj crease' the balance in the treasury they sponsored a hake sale and other money making projects. Leading this energetic group during a year ol' per- plexities and adjustments necessitated hy the ex- tended sessions were Mary Anne Schultz, presidentg Dianne Pasch, vice president, Clhris Navarro, secre- taryg Linda Fetzer, treasurer, Barbara Bowes, chap- laing Shirley Polcyn and Bonnie Naylor, representa- tives. As the junior Y-Teens look hack over the events of this year, they can truly he proud of their achievements on behalf of the school and pleased with their outstanding progress in development of fine Christian character. Ron l Dianne l'asch, Mary Anne Schultz, Karan Adams, Susan lLrdmann, Slierry Senkel, Ann XY'hite. Cliristina Navarro, Carolyn Hearn. Rim J -liarhara limxes, Shirley Polcyn. lieth XX'illinger. Shirley Ifllinger, Mrs. Pritchard, Bonnie Naylor, l.inda Snapp, Sllillilllll Piotr.:- st hke, Linda Fetzer. Row 5 Yludy Cowley, Alanet lireitner, Sharon Mcflloud, Carol Young, Alanice Schultz, Jill Jennings, Pat Stephens, Marcia Schmidt, Sue lyllllki. at Row l-f-Lynda Chapman, Lynn Sherrick, Nancy Gerst, Judy Smith, Sally Vanderwulp, Doris Davis, Barbara Vogtsberger, Judy Kelly Row 1--f Pat Holloway, Bonnie Julius, Sharon Howard, Susan Youngg, Mrs. Foose, Mrs. lNlorg.in. Tina Vlhillhank, Karen Fair, Ruthann XX'allenschIager, Carol Bulk. Row 3-7-Linda Creech, Glorya Johnson, lNIarsha Dodds, Jackie Galvin, Jean Hopkins, Harhara Dickerson, Julie Schmidt, Ruthie Urns, Nancy Friscli, Bonnie Baker, Yvonne Rosehroik .8210 0I'l'l0I'e -.QQIQJ The industrious Sophomore Y-Teens, with the as- sistance of their active advisers, Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Foose, started the year with a frenzy of activity. Their projects included many services to the school and varied social activities. The Y-Teens sold pins and pencils and held two bake sales to improve thc state of their finances. The girls are constantly striv- ing to uphold the purpose of the club which seeks to promote better understanding among the members and extends a helping hand to those in need. All was not work, however, as we see from the calendar of social events. Among this year's activities were participation in the casual and formal area Y-Teen dances, a joint Jill Hazelhaker, secy,3 Sally Fournier, treasg Marcia Kramp, presg Donna Vanderlip, vice-4pres.1 l.inda Case, sgt.-at-arms: Carol Metr. chaplain. Row l-Iivelyn King, Sue Cook. Nadine Pacholski, Mary Ellen Butler, Linda Case, Dianne Schnell, Linda Althouse, Sue Schroeder, Pat Clark. Row Z-Pat Glines, Judy liyre, Pat Rogers, Karen Roberts, Mrs. Foose, Mrs Morgan, Mary lieth Crookes, Karen Gerding. Judy Irwin, Sally Fournier. Row 3--'Sue Spratt, Connie Cook, Joyce Walters, Jean Cameron, Jo Anne Gee, Donna Vanderlip, Gwenn XX"albolt, Sharon C,oe, Karen XX'ollenweber. Q-Qs' 9 Row l -ff- Larainc Greunke, jill I-lazelbaker, Sandy Amos, Margret Backus, Carzel Felker, Carol Moyer, Cindy Covington, jean Kelsey, Kathy Oberwegner, Sue Holst, Gloria Pund. Row 2- Cheryl Shelton, Pat Cartwright, jane Roberts, Sandy Keim, Mrs, Foose. Mrs. hforgan, Trudy Ric-be, Judy McDonald, Carol Metz, Carol l.entz. Row 5- Pat Iacob, l-leather Hazelwood, Sharon Gray, Paula Hadley, Mary Mock, Carol Monahan, Barbara Helvoigt, Nancy Reiter, julia Kroos, .jackie Lawrence, Marcia Kran.p, SPAOIHOFQ 3615 fffrfzlfizllrtfdj meeting with the Senior Y-Teens at which Mr. Miley was the guest speaker, and the annual banquet. The projects in which the Sophomore Y-Teens ren- dered valuable service included sending five Care boxes at Christmas, combining with the Senior and junior Y-Teens to aid activities at the Weiler Homes, and establishing a fund to be used as a scholarship for a deserving Senior of I9oZ. The girls in the Sopho- more Y-Teens have shown this year what an asset they are to Libbey. lt is certain that this fine record will continue throughout their junior and senior years in high school. jl'eJLl'l'lGIl M Among the many social organizations for girls at l.ib- bey, the Freshman Y-Teens club is unique in the fact that it is the only society to which every freshman girl is eligible for membership. Giving the girls an opportunity to participate with vivacity and enthus- asm in the social life of our high school, this club has contributed immeasurably to the development of well- rounded personalities. Because of their retardation in organizing, the girls' activities were of necessity somewhat limited, however, thcy managed to hold several meetings second semester and to conduct a successful bake sale, the products of which were ad- judged delicious by their many customers. The pro- ceeds from this sale were used to provide ninety-two Row l- Marcia Bittikofer, Sharon Knaggs, Susan Blackmore, Karen McClure, judy Palka, Joyce Hudanski, liarbara lirnst, Karen liven, lithel Freeman, Micaela Milde, Mary Dierksheide, Glenna XX'echsel, Frances Keefer, lilizabeth Sookey, Row 2 --Darlene Rothlisberger, Barbara jones, Mary lillen Dudderar, joan jeffery, Darlene Sherman, Mrs. Lindeman, Mrs. johnson, Pat Mitchell, Sandy Briggs, Barbara Dreyer, Lorna Garms, Sharon Burns. Row 3- Pat Daniels, janet Althoff, Penny Pendleton, Judith Gee, Barbara Schulz, Earleen Deppen, Martha Krueper, Martha Keller, Helen Popp, Diane Hubbard, Janie Stover, Rosemary Montrv, Sharon Goldstein. IIOA Row l-Nancy Vlfillianis, Sharon Poole, Carolyn Vogel, Pat lilgas, Susan Binilcer, Marilyn Vogel, Jutli Hahn, Anita Sielc, Imogene Clark, Leatha Murrie. Cleola Byrd, Edna Jones, Donna Amos. Row Z---Kay Holdren, Karen Newman. Carol Mickens, Sandy Frick, Martha Cunningham, Jackie Drager, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs l.indc-man, Sandra Patterson, Judy Janiclci, Susan Doren, Carla Haynes, JoAnn Johnson, Collette Blair. Row 3--Mary Matz, Carol Georgia, Sue Barber, Donna Terry, Charlene George, Cindy Maulc, Joan Mateclci, Sue Hannaford, Carolyn Kramer, Sliaron Tubbs, Geraldine liubanlc, Mary Cervantz. jl'e5Al'l'lCl,l'l U Easter baskets to bring joy to the hearts of the chil- dren at St. Anthony's Orphanage. Under the challenging and stimulating guidance of their advisers, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Lindeman, the members are receiving inspiration and encouragement to evolve those qualities which have in the past mark- ed the Y-Teens as examples of Libbey at its best. As the years of their high school careers unfold, we feel certain that the Freshman Y-Teens will achieve ma- turation and Christian character so admired and stress- ed by all the Y-Teens organizations. Their officers for this year were Carol Georgia, president, Christine Conant, vice president, Penny Pendelton, secretaryg Grett Bruggeman, treasurer, Barbara Shultz, chaplaing Barbara Shultz, chap.: Gretchen Brugge-man, treasg Penny Karen Newman, sergeant-at-arms. Pendleton, st-cy.: Chris Conant, vice pres.g Carol Georgia, pres. Row 1--Bonnie Henck, Ciryl Jeanne Vinson, Joanne l.oomer, Sharon lillcins, Becky Corder, Margaret Brunlc, Brenda Overstreet, liolwlwi Robinson, Gretchen Bruggenian. Frances Rogge, Sue Sirbu, Irish Jean Gillespie, Nava Hurst, Ellen Barnett, Diana French. Row 2--Kathy Wlhite, Diane Dankert, Adita Miller, Carolyn Trail, Wfilla Mae Mason, Joyce XX'aters, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Lindeman, Tam- ara Stemmermann, Margaret Schwanitz, Carol Myers, Mary Patten, Joyce Fuchs, Cheryl Falile, Pat Stickle. Row 3- 'Mary Patridge, Christine Conant, Barb Hawkins, Opal Rife, Janie Bower, Sally Kruse. Sue Stine. Barbara Hershey, Nancy Bigley. Claudia Wfraight, .Emily Temple, Geraldine Mancini, Sharon Barton, Cathy Marguerat, Pat Jeakle. nom ...KY 'iiif-1 X39 Row 1 l.enoia Busers, Harhara Fox, Karen XX'yatt, Maigiet Hallitk, -Iudy Cowley, liarhaia Raetzke, 'Iudy Bc-rndt. Maigaitt Hall, liarlwaia XXilClyI1Nlil, Lynda Ciliapmaii Row J liillian Kern, Beverly hpiatt, vlanet Cienuug. Mis Flatz, Mis Foose. MIN llvlger, farole Peeonge, lNlariuiie Ricketts, bandit Ritfman Rim 1 -Indy Ann Kotler, latkie liska, Nandy Ciuhl, Nicole Kendall, liarlwaia Haase, Diana llorxath, C'arol lXlot-lmng. Naudia Murphy lariil Randall, lanila Ciiay ,QX, Q' ' 55: J , -ELM,-vi it' ., ,af elf az, if lvl PM l-Ftrs 'W F uri int Of I B Ll5lhEJiS L Efklllrlb A lvll WCA ..f,l?. 'l'he lfuture Business Leaders ot' Amerita started their eventful year with an impressive induttion at which the parents of the members were guests. lfollowing their motto, 'NVQ' learn to serve and serve to learn," li.B.l. A. students set out to demonstrate their husi- ness ability by engaging in many and varied activi- ties, which included their annual candy sale held befort Halloween, the sale ot fruit takes, potato thips, and shorthand dictionaries They also sold savings stamps again this year in an effort to im- press upon their classmates the importance ot' thrititi- ness. Stepping into the soeial whirl of the year, the li.B,L.A, members held a Halloween party at Peace Lutheran Cfhurth, Sparkling smiles and fun-filled faces bespoke the gay times had by all at the Christ- mas party and the freshman roast, The latter, held at Row I lietly MeC,nnougliey, Nadine liiclinlski, Gloria Reehl, Linda Prendergast, janet lethers, Susan Beaeliv Sandia Ciantlimi, Veggie XX'aivel, Haihara Smith, Rnxv J Karen Fausze. Ruthann XX'ollenselilager, Karen Fair, Yvonne Rnsehiamck, Mrs Houser, Miss Allen, Mrs lXInrgan, Diane Pel- ton, Claiol lialk, Mary l,ou Mallenditk, Bonita julius Rim 5 Vttllkl-l CQ.lI'luivi1y, Linda XX'illiams, -lean Van Lamp, Sue Metzger, Connie Cook, Judy Hurmelster, liarhaia Ditkerson, Suzanne Veith, Charlene Stoll. Sliaron Mefloud QC 7 W rx ze' 2112: Row 1 --liletinor Rc-etl, Di.tn Slinrt. Vertlell Hiiccus. 'lcuui Miller. Cheryl Krueger, M.u'y Anne Schultz, Bilt'ht1i'ii Trice, Doris Davis, Don- na Ctxlig. Row 2 'S.tntlt.t Smith, Sancli Hruslcn, Virginia Ogle, Mr, Nt-eclles, Mr. Spice, M11 Gimcl, jglllllil' lhl1lI'lCll, Sheri XXX-st, lflecky Meinliu, Sumlrit R.twlings, Row 5' Mary Htlrge, Sitntly Kc-int, l.inclit Case, Slutron flue, Donna V.u1clerlip, Kathleen XX'eil.lnt, ,luclitli Ixlyc-rs, Beverly Hunt, klatckic l,.mi'c-nce. S.tnili'.i M.ison, Clic-iyl Shelton, Xlffinlhriclge Park, gtchievecl its purpose which was to help the olcler stuclents to become qlcquuintecl with prospective freshman members. Special honors were .tttitinecl by our school through the efforts of this cluh imcl their ziclvisers, 'We were proucl th.1t one Jclviser, Mrs, Mary O Houser, was .tppointc-tl to the state etluctttion clepitrttnentk first .tclvisory committee on husiness ecluctttion, lust summer seven members were privileged to itttencl the Nittioml Convention in Wfnshington, DL., nncl in November several members clrove to Dayton, Ohio. for the state convention, The Annual banquet honor- ing their senior members proviclecl .1 fitting climax for .1 rigorous hut thoroughly enjoyable yeiir which wits mgicle possible hy the efforts of the advisers: Mrs. Hazel lflgttz, Mrs. Mary O. Houser. Miss Al- len, Mrs. Moocly, Miss Haney, Mrs, Morgan, Mr. Neetlles, Mr. Cioocl, :incl Mr. Rusie. liremlit lxu l'S1'lliIl , ......,...... ...,.. l Jrcsiclent Vice President Vice Presiclent . , . . .Secretary . . . ,Trezisuret . .Sgr-at-Arms Represc'ntittivC Representative . . , , .Reporter Row l livelyn King. Clttrol Lennon, Susan Heslet, Pit Holloway, Pitt Cilines, CQ.ti'olyn Schlegel, l.intlu Geixxlclo, juily Ann Taylor, Pm. ty Ann xX,L'1lVCl'. Row Z Slmron lfnclc, Sue Frientl, Susitn lrtlnutnn, Altherl lilffee, Mrs. Moocly, Miss Haney, Doug Becker, Brenilgt Kurschitt, Sally Ric-ker, Lintlit Szullczty. Row 5 Ruhy Anclerson, lfxe Lynne lxlilfflll, Sue Sprgltt, Rohertit Corwin. D.1rltt Swanson, Sunclm Hiclcerson, Sunily lirumfielcl, Linclzl l.oi13.ght'1tlcc. Sue Xlfcst. l .I X: H' fv Ron 1 Connie Hcrrold, Sandra Pautz, Mary Schatz, Sue Bl'LlLlllSCllVN'ClgL'l', Sue DuShane, Rita Stone, Sharon Greuiike. Linda Papciitius Rim 2 Karen Olson, Sandra XX'arnke, Suu Stephens, Dianne Clark Mrs. Hall, jackie lirwin, Mitzi Dlonex, Rarhel XX'ehtr. linda Fetzer. Row fi Barhara Giiitlter, Marian Tlioinaa, Karen XX'alker, .Ianice Schultz, 'loan Bot'khi'ader, B.ll'l3Lll'.l 'l'ayloi', Pain litwsis, .Indy Phillip VIH. l.oi'ett.i Sturtlivant. U 0 Since an everrincreasing Anieritan population has 1fj11,x, tmffiu-,rt created the draktic need for more teachers, the lfuture My Sm, wmilmu. -,,, I HVVAH 'p,.NdL.m Teachers of Lihhey High School have maintained an . . attire club life in an effort to heroine better at'- tly Rk'Illlll.lK'li 4... . .Vice President - 1 - - 4 - 1 A 1 quainted with the responsibilities ol teathing. ln mitliy Peltnn .. . Secretary . . order to encourage members to pursue this protes- J ' A f . ' ' - A - - L . - , . In 5tU"'N l'L'N"U sion, the club offered scholarships to its deserving ana' Ht-ring .. ---Cl111Plz1if1 inembersg money for these awards was earned through the diligent sales ol' hookcovers and port- folios. The spreading of Clhristinas cheer was ac- complished by taroling at the Old Folks' Home, after Row I Kathleen Gaynor. Sherrie 7oll:lrS, Barbara Howes, .Ianice Merzke, Diane l"ai'sil, Sue Kaighin, Sue 'l'ayloi', Vera Glass, Shiiley Polcyn. Row 2' -jackie Corwin, Pat Stephens, Kathy Olwrwegiier, Diana Smith, Nr. Martin, l.eAnne 'Ik-fft, Sue XY'ac'l1ter, vloel Pi't'mlei'g.1it, Trudy Riehe. Row 5 -Heather Blanks, Brenda lltz, litverly Levis, jean Hopkins, Judy Shell, liffie Sue Lechner, Diane Hering, Shirley Schmid, Lynne Haherstich, Bonnie Naylor. ,Q ,fy I .... -.. "'..Z'.L4. -114- A. Row 1-f-Karen Braun, Barbara Fcehrmeyer. Melanie Given. Sandra Meyers, Donna Vanderwulp, Kathi Vogtsberger, Bobbie Patton Shirrel Van Tassel Sandra Rawlings. Row 2 'Peg Bower. janice Grund, Mary Beth Ganss. Barbara Halteman, Mrs Hall. Sue XX'illinger, Marcia Stoll, Betty Ann Smyth, Carolyn Moulton, Row 3 Aludy Steplienwn. Mary Sue XVill1n,L:el, Carol Sarxis. NicolcKendaIl, -lune leibius, Nancy Monger, .Judy Rennback, Donwtliy Pel ton, Hettie Merkel uu.m.s Vo 1 , . O 0 which the members held their Christmas party, During the year speakers were presented whose mes- sages were of assistance to the liuture Teachers. A field trip to the university and talks by newly ap- pointed teachers helped to increase the members' knowledge of the pleasures and problems of teach- ing. The manifold rewards of this honorable prof fc-ssion were stressed by all who offered informa- tion. A delightful and worthwhile year was ended by the annual banquet at which the officers for the ensuing year were installed. RIN lr SU? Clmli. Sue Holst. Sally Vanderwulp. Dianne Schnell, Cindy Covington, 'lihomas Vance, Charles Mefiauley, Michael Farmer Barbara Vogtsberger, Row 2'-liileen jones. judy Irwin, Helen Hornack, Carol Metz, Mr Martin. Marcia Kramp. Kay Glenn, jean Kelsey, Pat Cartwright. Row 3 V Gwenn XX'aboh, jackie Galvin Linda Creech. Mary Beth Crookes, julie Schmidt, Karen Roberts, julia Kruus, -lean Cameron, Carol Moyer. Y-115: 'ir' Sa -w-'ii'-'LL iv Row l-Harriet Coleman, Leana Sumrow, Christina Navarro, Carol Rupley, Eloise Coley, Joyce Suter, jackie Socha, Pat Clark. Row 2 -Pat Lehr, janet Buehrer, Sue Luhring, Sandy Popp, Mrs. Tanner, Barbara XX'ood, Florence XX'hite, Brenda I-largrave, Charlotte Hyre. Row 3 f-Marrianne Blackshear, Terri Schumaker, Marsha Dolby, Barbara Fanaff, Sue Haars, xludy Rupp, Elizabeth 'I'ei'williger, Lea Kroninann, Linda Moffatt. Barbara NX'ood . . . . Sue Luhring . Lorna Long .. Janet Buehrer .. Leah Kronmann . Patti Sue Davis . Carol Sue XY'oitzel F.N.A. OFFICERS ls: Vice Ind Vice President President President Secretary lireasurer Chaplain Reporter The Future Nurses of America have again completed a memorable year, suctessful both in social activities and in the furtherance of their knowledge of nurs- ing. Throughout the year the girls attended meetings at the Academy of Medicine and enjoyed the vari- ous open house programs which were sponsored by most of the hospitals in Toledo. In December the girls went to Xllfilliam Roche Hos- pital to sing Christmas carols. thus bringing cheer to the patients and giving themselves '1 better under- standing of the atmosphere of hospital life. Among their social activities this year were the induction tea, the Inter-Council School tea, a pancake supper at Riverside Hospital, and a visit to the Sunshine Chil- dren's Home. At the end of the year, a scholarship was given to a worthy senior girl who planned a career in the field of nursing. Row l"Carolyn Stuart, Mary Ann Wxilters, Lorna Long, Sandy Amos, Carol Vlfoitzel, Diane Holmes, Marilyn jones, Nadine Pacholski. Row 2-ARosemary Gerschultz, Gail Prickett, Shirley lillinger, Pat LeGron, Mrs. Tanner, Carol Monahan, Sharon Market, judy Ma- son, Carol Lentz. Row Sflleather Hazelwood. Sharon Dungan, Nancy Reiter, Linda Roesler, Lynne Kreutzfeld, Sally Laney, Patti Sue Davis, Kathleen Furry. if fi ne. aff 6 J 5, Row l-Paul DeLam.1ter, Michael McCoy. Carolyn Giraudeau, Sharon Kurkendall, Donna Vanderwulp, Shirley Ellinger, Terry Fleisch- man, Diane Holmes, Judy Bartley, Sue Heinemann, Nancy Robinson. Row 2-Mitzi Jones, Virginia Ogle, XlC'illiam Bradshaw, Judy Rennhack, Miss Fiedler, Miss Pickard, Marian Thomas, Judy Phillipson, Lee Irons, Douglas Feiock, Sue Luhring Row 3-Sharon Hayden, Janet O'Neil, Bob Pollock, Ronald Champion, Fd Garrett, Bill Clemens, Barbara Fanaff, David Krantz, Mar. vin Vines, Joanne Hochmuth. The purpose of the Biology Club, "to carry out not only social ideas but also the obiectives of real biology," has been fully realized this year. Activities, under the efficient leadership and guidance of Miss Lydia Fiedler and Miss Lasetta Pickard, included organizing a fall roast, selling tags, and decorating for the Lima football game. Challenging programs featured the projects which the members later en- tered in the Toledo Science Day Exhibit, held for the first time at Toledo University on March 12. A very successful year during which this organization was affiliated with the National Biology Exchange Clubs was brought to a close by a picnic. The fol- lowing were officers: Nancy Robinson, president, Michael McCoy, vice-president, Barbara lianaff, sec- retaryg Bill Clemens, treasurer, Sharon Hayden, his- toriang and Sally Atkinson, reporter. v "' K QXA tie can el'd As well befits an athletic organization of a school as active as Libbey, the purpose of the Libbey Leaders is to supervise capably the games in the girls' gym. Their aim, to develop wholesome attitudes of in- dividuals in skills and games, was attained under the leadership of their earnest and hard-working of- ficers: Becky Dauer, president, Kathleen Gaynor and Virginia Ogle, vice-presidents, Glorya John- son, secretary, and Yvonne Rosebrock, treasurer. Un- der the guidance of Mrs. Billmaier and Mrs. John- son, the Libbey Leaders enjoyed another successful and never'to-be-forgotten year. Row l-Shirley Turpening, Nina Atkin, Ruthann XXfellenschlager, Karen Fair, Yvonne Rosebrock, Nancy Youngs, Marrianne Black- shear, Eileen Jones, Cathy Cotter. Row 2--Pat Lemons, Kathleen Gaynor, Bette Hess, Mrs. Johnson,Mrs. Billniaicr, Ocia Lee Wliitc-, Murial Dotson Karen Britenbaker, Pat Jacob. Row 5'---Sharron Piotraschke, Carnella XX'est, Heather Hazelwood, Virginia Ogle, Julia Kroos, Donna Vanclerlip, GloryaJohnson, Becky Dauer, Brenda Kurschat. lil ' ' S. N' s. , 5 Q f, E 'Q fs 1--Q' we -,L 4 5, i - yi. f tl M-w--v L ll- V A J I ,, ii , .5 Ni i Asc,-F ,of- yea? .4 -C, ,J 7 . F ii' """' Q J, ,ag 21171 Row I xl1lHilllllQl Allison, Verdell Baccus, Sue Gerliittiser, Sue DuShzme, Brenda Hztrgrztve, -Izickie lirwin, Sue l,uhring, Dorothy Smilttx lll'L'I1tl.l Kursclittt, liindgl Moffatt, lttelxie Allison. litm J lfve l.ynne Martin, Kay Glenn. .loan f11p.t.fo, Dorothy Peiton, Heather ltlitzelwood, Mr. McClure .Indy liruno, 'l'ei'ry 'l'eop.ts, l.t-Anne 'l'efft, wlatines Severent'e, Sue XX't1cl1tei', Rim s lS.ti't Hunting, lirnie Frye, liffie Sue l,et'hntr, Cllmiles Clornwell, Rohn-rt Felser, David Dusing, De.tn Shock, l.ttwteiit'e l:.lII1ll.lIl1. F.l.uilyn Dixtlte, Alini Tlinintts, Row I .I.inet O'Neil, pres.: Ronnie Friteh, sgt .ll-JIINNQ I.itlxie Allison, lihixtri.vn. Row J Ioan Ctipitzo, lllWl'tlI'l.lI1Q ludv Bruno, sgt,.tt-gtinisl In,tn lxnth, sety,-ti'e.1s,, lind.i Moffatt, rite pres. CLOD' Resplendent in their elegant hlue .uid gold outfits, the thoir tunefully fulfilled the visual promise of their robes hy providing tin inspirational and reverent httckground for the Thgtnksgiving .ind Cihristmtts programs as well as for the Lenten servites. Through the tireless and diligent efforts of their direttor, Mr. Harold Mtflure, the members lf.nrned to sing together harmoniously and to enjoy the stitisftution of tt job well done. Following the tradition of mginy years, our thoir members were proud to he partitiptmts in the .innutil Spring Music lfestixyil whith was presented in the Peristyle of the Toledo Museum of Art. At the tlose of the sthool year our senior members melodious' ly performed several selections for the ll1ltL1llLlLll'C.llL' and Commencement servites and led their t'lg1ssm.ttes with fervor and devotion in .1 l.ist impressive rendi- tion of "The Blue and Gold." Row I f,onint- Heirold, lSltll'I'l.lI1IlL' lil.tt'ksl1e.1i', Zelphid Donald, 'ferry l5.tines, C,nnt'hit.t Boyd, .lutly l.oney, liolweitt lS.trr. XXilltn.t Byrd, Vludy Rit'h411'ds, Sue Clotik. Row .2 Rohert Smith, Andy Monger, Dhtnnt- O Neill, Michael Izitiner, l.tu'ry Moyer, Mr McClure. XY'illie Ricliztrtlsoii, M.trion 'I'hom.is, Altmnne lloeliinutli. Gwenn Whtlholt, Henrietta Sutton Row S- .loan Korh, vltllltl O'Neil, Dottie B.tri', Alfonso Miles, joseph H.1i'ris, N.lth.iniel SklVllQ.IL', lioh Htiytnn, .limmie lillis, llnlw ll.ti'- ris, Glenn Stuhhlefield, Nitiilyn Geyer. I . K- 118' nnal 1 .1 t Row l -Nancy Gomer, Carol Metz, Lynne Haberstich, Mr, Grabill, Ken Miller, Pat Winn, Sheri Court, Sue Crites. Row 2--Peggi XX'arycl, Ann XVl1ite, Cheryl Krueger, Sandy Frick, Dan Kronfield, Roger Newman, janet Lethers, Carla Haynes, Co- lette Blair, Kathie Kerschner, Row 3---Orlando Lucero, Mike Overholt, Ronnie Vogelpohl. Dale XX'ilcox. Carey Ammons, Dick Van Drew, Tom McDonald, Gary Schneider, Kenneth Earl. Row -1---'Karen Hubbard, Mary Patridge, Pat Rogers. jean Hopkins, -lo Anne Gee, Carol Monahan, Denny Mongei, Paul Vnuek, Fred Antolini, I-ibbey's band is an essential factor in raising the morale of the students and the team both at the foot- ball games and at mass meetings. The band also has every tight to be proud of their capability so aptly displayed at the concert in the spring. Various pa- rades throughout the year summoned our band to still greater activity which proved to be the source of much fun and pleasure and provided a deep sense of accomplishment for all. At the annual potluck the parents of the band members were the honored guests. The spring roast, held in conjunction with the orchestra, was fun for all members. Everyone showed his loyalty by contributing money to help make the band tag day a successg the proceeds of this project were used to finance their numerous trips and to buy uniforms and musical instruments. gall Tom Beck. student director, Sue Crites, sery.: Ken Miller, drum major, Nancy Gomer, librarian: Pat W'inn, treasg Dick Ewen, presg Lynn Kreutzfeltl, librarian: Denny Newman, vice-pres Row I Maria Elena Reyes, Bill Price. Douglas Antolini, jack Fink, Mr. Grabill, Harold Perry, Tom Vlfilliams, Sharon Market, Linda XX'illiams. Mary lillen Duddeiau, Row Z--jackie Galvin, joyce Gipe, Barbara Schulz, Phil Reuman, Lynne Kreutzfeld, Barbara Hershey, Owen Moore, Rick Secrest, Margo Semark. Row 3fKen Long, Robert Sparrow, Barry Bashore. Dan Opperman, Dick Schroeder, Don Treter, Wfilliam Restorick, Dick Barnum, Martha Keller. Row 4 -Frank l,aPlante, Robert Ramsey, Oakley Hopkins, John Franklin. Stuart Dungan, lid Garrett, Dick Ewen, Denny Newmanr Tim Schneider, Tom Beck. :119- ,- half nv lx itn O son Dunne tru yn Qui tudc lu nel l,lkI1LlLI'i.,lNf Dc vies, Lonna Boyd, Judy Vfhite, Alessie Sissont tm t nts ict tic c ci Ml C h wen ooic illy Laney, Carol lfldredge, Mary Sue Xlvillinger. :xx tit n in, Kathe Schultz, james XX'illi.1ins, QPCAQJ lfa The cultural outlook at Lihhey was further enhanced this year by the continued efforts of the orchestra. During the year the orchestra gave two concerts, played for the parents at the annual Open House, and performed for the eighth graders in the spring. Combining efforts with the hand. they held a roast at Vifalbridge Park and showed marked interest in all their other activities. Handling every phase ol' l.ihhey's numerous activities with efficiency and effectiveness, the attivities staff, under the direction of Mr Charles Martin, fulfilled their purpose, "to promote interest and p.irticip.1tion in school events throughout the school year." Im- portant services performed hy these aides include taking EDELIAN orders, operating the stationer's desk, selling tickets for various programs, and ac- commodating the students by supplying activities cards. time .r - it Row IA --Sandra Pautz, Melanie Given, Sharon Schellhase, Barbara Julius, Sue Boehk, Sharron Piotraschke, Kathie XX'etzel, Kathi Vogts- burger, Michael McCoy, Carolyn Stuart. Row 2- -Judy Stephenson, Bill Youngs, Tonie lNlendoza, Mary Beth Ganss, Ann Reiter, Miss Hadley, Carol lXlelchcr, Pat Stephens. San- dy Popp, Rosa Puente, Linda Sarvis. Row 5--Lynne Haherstich Judy Rennliack, Nancy Sass, Marcia Hurley, jim Starner, Dean Shock, lloh Pfeitei, 'liont Heck, Richard Keiin, Dorothy Pelton, Barhatxt Halteman, ofa .A ianza Alaaiio a For the first time in several years a Spanish Club was reorganized for those who wished to further their interest in the Spanish language and theii knowledge of all Spanish-speaking countries. L11 Afi- rzzzzn Ii.i-pfzzlvltz. as the club is called, draws its mem- bers from outstanding first year students and pu- pils who have successfully completed or are in the process of completing two years of the language. The club was able to fulfill its purpose, "the practice of the Spanish language and the familiarization ot the members with the Spanish and Spanish-Amt-rL can customs," by delving into the history and back- ground of a transplanted Old Xllforld culture. Under the guidance of Miss Nancy Hadley, their adviser, they engaged in many activities throughout the year including an impressive induction and ini- ! r V I tflif lllll 4? V E S PA EOL tiation ceremony for new members as well as a Christmas party at which tacos, a Spanish-American food, were served. ln addition, the members took lessons in Spanish dancing, conducted a program concerning the Pan-American Union, and put on a play in Spanish. -T Spanish flluh Officers lioh Pfeitei . ,.., . ..,.... . .. .. President l.inda Sarvis . ,. ,. Melanie Given . Sue lioehk ..., Tom Beck .,.... ..... ...,.Vite President , . . . . .Recording Secretary . . Clortespontling Secretary ...,.lreasurei Mary Beth Ganss .. .. Cill8lPl.llI'l Mike Xxlarren ,. . ,. .SQLQL-All-AI'lllS Row I' 'GI'L'fl'l1L'I1 BI'U3lLlC'lllJl1, Vera Glass. Clinfly Mauk, liilecn jones, Kathy Oherwegner, Penny Pcntlltton, l.onna lloyd, Karen l5ritenl'waker, Sue Taylor, Harriet Coleman, Row Z--'John Flores, Sue Crites, Marsha Dodds, ,Iudy McDonald, Pat jacob, Miss Hadley, Juanita jones, Marcia Kratnp. Dirk M017- ger, Pam Lewis, Barbara Ginther, Sandy Tro ROW 5"'GCf1C Wlvslllfll, R03-ZUl'XXlYlU1lIl. joan Bockbrader, Dick Huffman, Dean Dashner, Daryl Hull, Toni Roush, Mike XY'.irrc-ii, -ludy Shell, Nancy Reiter, Bill Duty, i i 5 x 'Wi Ill ' s I i Row l---Dnnna Rupley, jean Reed, Sharon Harding, Carol Hill, Darlene Cnger, Nancy Wfilliams, Darlene kfills, Allen Nnucgx Sue HL-im-. ilc mann, Sliamn Pot 1 Rim' 2 -Sue Sclirueder, Diane Parsil, joe Matherly, Sue Hannaforcl, Mrs, Pellegrino, Mrs Jane Kenney, jim Thomas, Carol Melclier, Sara Andrew, Karen VCR-tyel Row 5 -Shawn Steiger, Nancy Sass, Marilyn Geyer, Eddie Tilton, Bill lfndsley, Carol Nowak, Charles Irons, Mary Beth Crnnkes, Connie Dunswt irtli Karen Wk-tzel, vice prevg fiarnl Mc-lcher, presg Bill linds- ley, set.-at-arms, jim Thomas, sc-cy, Sliartm Pntile. sgf.. at-aims: Donna Ruplcy, trc-as Mamara .fdrf Sociefy At last sincere and qualified art students will be able to find a suitable outlet for their interests and abili- ties. The new art club is to be .1 continuation of the former Utamara Art Club, and in this way will adhere to the fine traditions establihsecl hy our pre- vious art teacher, Miss Hazel E. Bartley, The orig- inal object of the Utamara Art Society was to study the life and work of the famous japanese print maker, Utamara, whose exquisite art has often been compared to the music of Chopin. The present aim of the club is to develop intelligent appreciation of the work of contemporary artists and to encour- age that appreciation in others outside the organiza- tion. Under the direction of Mrs. Jeanne Pellegrino and Mrs. jane Kenney, the club members strive to at- tain the good taste and harmony between spiritual quality and sound structure so characteristic of true art the world over. C 1960 Queen Guwhvlafeo Ciarnl but Rinucl, Mary Schatz. -lanc' Suzor, Rita Neal, Nancy Munger, joan Allen, Mary Sue w7illlI1gCl', Betty Ann Smythe. 5' ' X an H I ik? . 3' . an w Qi Q. 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' '-aw 4' Q' ?"QQA-Mm-""'l -"ff" - Q qu x ...,.,, "u'C: jf y , YLmf 1 9' if 1 7 of . Q 1 rv Qimml- "1L.?,?,:'ijm':'7bP' -. ,. -4 ,H . W i ' Q3 r' S 1-s..2 - ! . qi ey, -'ally "....E' 1-lk. M . xx. M - . lm 5718. v tw f,ik ll l J!! llllllIllllll if M RIM liii N! Ui C RM in . ' r'b N , A ru gn I I i '-1 gum msn sc M. T ' su1xu:1 an M s Although classes were a vital part of our student life, some of the most vivid memories we will recall are the streaking flash of the boys in blue and gold, the spirited cheers of the student body, the tense moments of suspense, the delirious joy of victory and the bitter pangs of defeat. True, our teams sometimes suffered defeat, but they also tasted the bitter dregs with the height of good sportsmanship. Nevertheless, whether on the gridiron, the cinders, the hardwood, or the diamond, our teams have had their share of victories. Special congratulations are due our city champ cross country team, the basket- ball team, and the track team. Yet most important is not the number of games won or lost, but the habits and characters fostered by our teams and coaches. For it is on the proving ground of athletic events that boys form habits which will rule their lives as adults. -127' 1 nn? Al ll FFI RY I IO KUBACKI liffn 1111 U 57" itil 7 ,1 Aixam VAZMQLIS Q lf.1uf2.lH .NIJ lv. I:fmIf1.IU NU' ' mf BYU VVIRICK GIEORGI: MH,I:Y fzlff lxllxlll l'1rullf1.IN .ruff I.1,qf1f1ru.',vfvl I-Vml. ' I HARLFS ROBINSON AIIVILII1 l7lu'1llfl x vw vf., N K "' " CHARLLS DIXON I-'14 Xf,7IU.N1 l'ffW1!,,,1'j '129f RON SCfHI.I!fVliRT 1 nm Cwnlfzy .WJ ll lwlllllxq BOB RUPISRT ll..nf l3.l1fc'lf1.lH .Hlcf l4'l171ln f,u,1z'f7 .--.-J BOB IWONISFN llgxnf lfuulfmff 01.1112 BURTON 5PlC.Ii I,i4qf1Izrwiyfvl li.1vi4lb.zU 7 OCLC 26 L-129: JOHN NH Dl.l.h Cuff XX'AI,TffR DRAHISIM l:l:'x17!Il.lIl 1i,1xLe1l1.1lf GLENN BROXVNINC BILL SHEPHERD DENNY MURPHY KEN NAjARIAN 4-A O BRUCE BECKXXWTH BILL TARASC, H lx I Caplain IARRY QTOVITR NFII COOK L: 1 so: l.All'l'y and Nt-il HLISII big slnilcx zlflcl' rc- cciving their truphicx fur their rcprc- Ncntntiun un thc lilnlu All-Cxltv Fnot- h.lll Team -. DAV1f USBORN The Kiwnms typevxritcr wgm presented tu Dave fur his fine salmlustic alchicvc- mont. LARRY COOK Dr Buchan, Dr, Hue. and Dr 'lulnmm not tmly .lttcnti to thc health uf our tc.1m but .llw .tru cnthushlwtit' hm LARRY .IARRINS amifg fi' tyr- FRANK BROWN BRUCE KFRN ,HM XX'OI.I.l?NXXfI3HIiR TERRY SCHNIZLI 'l3l Row 1---Cuacli Milcy. Dave Dittmaln, Angus Brnwn, Dan Cillllllllglkllll, Ron fllklll. John XX'ynn, D.lvL- Osburn, liill Slicpluixl, l.4u'ry Blarrins. Dick liwen, Jim XWollenwcbv:r. Cmch Momscn. Row 2- rclllllfli XX'ii'iCk, Frunlc Bruwn. ,lim Somnivillc, Duma l'l0CfCllL'l'. .lim Steinliurst, l..li'i'y Aloiiu, Huh Wl.llC'l'II1.lll, leiiy Sghncll Donny Murphy. Vic Scclnmn, D.ile Srrgilim. Kun N.ll.lI'lLll1, Ron Curtis, cilhllill Vnznelis Ruw B lllllDlL'l4liSl1L'lLlC,.lll11YliLIl1LLI. lieu Phillips. XX'ilIic l.npi-r, l.enl11ll'il Klimk, Donny Newman, Stan Ni-ullu, -lciry lxlxel, l..lri'y Stover, Bruce Kern. Null Cook. Rim' -1' Mit -lcffciy, lVl.ll'll7Il Kelly. Dirk Gannon. XY'illic RlLlI.lI'4lN0Il, Osmi XY'iiistul. l..1rry Ciniik, Hinge- ISL-gkuiili, DQ-nny Slip-im,in. G liriuwniiig, Alum Hutwig. Hill 'l',1i'.isc'l1l:c A 'f MANAGERS Rim' l Frank Ohler, Rick Hartley, 'Ibm Kloxtciineici' Rimw 1 Dunno Fisher, john Cilevengn-i', Bob Gwinn, 'ff' :132: Libbey at Lorain Libbey at Sfott Libbeyf-C1'ntr.1l Libbey at Walite Libbey f--Lima Libbey -WOOdM'41fLl Libbeym Macombcr Libbey at Stubcnvillc Libbey at Warren Harding Libbey' - DQ-Vilbiss WCJN 2 LOST S len We 6 .70 Ci lfi S 6 ,Qi U U 12 Tllilb They I2 6 i2 0 2-i I6 28 -17 26 IA! oagkfweigkb-Gfy Ckamyad Row Row Row Row Rim 1-Tom Suulcs, john Sc.u'cy, Henry McXY'hite, Joe Russell, Al Miles Chfirles ohnson 2iCoaCh XX'iriCk, Jim Scvcrencc, Lynn Smith, Mikc Warren, Bill Brnvsn Hlrulil Smith Bill Culcm'm -Q gAl'vlgr, Guy Denny, Mike Bigelow, Dirk Bcrniith, Bill Schmidt, Bruce Robinson Guy XX'1rmr Chirlu Drake 4iMgi'. Fil Himcs, Ingram Hughes, Terry Carney, Fil Taylor, Bill HkKlClI1Q.,l1lI11 Guy Mal lfglfl 5--lVlj.fl'. Bill Schmid, Sum lqllllilhl, Dick Rilllllhlfli, DL-.in Dziwhnu nhn funk ini Russell gfetfklliell Rnw lf-Cfhlfll Dixon, Randlg Huilwn, Hank H.1r1'is. Xxlllllillll Mazui Pit DAm1tn Mxlin XX lAL,l'!LI Dlvid lxinclik Mike Stcphcns Michael Bu rwcll. Row Z-lXflgi1 Dennis liutlcr, Dennis Ch.1nL'y, l.zu'ry Srila-N, john Ramscy Williun 'lclh lnm Bunhk Mich icl Xllillingu Tom Dcvincy John Franklin. Row 3fMgi'. john Rune, Charles Hatton, Charles lVlClI1.ll'Lli, Philip Pciry Willilm Pool Dlfllll Hunt yifk Duty R0lJCrt Ott R1Cl'l'lILl Hayden, Rny Fulhcrg. Row 4-Perry Helms, vcrlllhllll Bovvic, XX'illi.un RL'illL1.ll1, jim 1-Lima-n Dunllil Hulmu liul Adkins Timm Vnylcs Harold Puilcv Diflr V.1nDrcw, 133 RON CURTIS WARREN MILLER BOB DYER 5 'f XVILIJE RICHARDSON CRAIG DOTSON JIM RAYFORD N154 BOB BLACK DON WARE LARRY COOK ga6Lef6af CHET TRAIL DALE STRAHM BOB MIX :135: Uardifg gadgefgaff-jkircl in Gfy- econc! in .ibirifricf Dub wXB Elk, x -.f'IiiZl55'Q XB if' wal' U A H1625 ul, I I New f A 5 f" 39f5 X 1. fa 1' 32 Q Q Q l 3 v i 'W' V G aotk 22 In I MM , ff 1. 'iw' 'wr X 'll Row lf Bob Black, Willie Richardson, Dale Strahm, Bob Dyer, Ron Curtis, Chester Trail. Row Z Couch Driiheim, Donald Wgire, jim Rilyforel, Larry Cook, Conch Rupert, Bob Mix, Xllfiirren Miller, Craig Dotson, Cc miii 'lm Spire. a1ruiQy VUL' Libbey .it Napoleon 61: Libbey at Wiiite' 56 Libbey 'Stott 'i6 Libbey at St. lfixmcie 65 Libbey--XXfl1itmer S6 Libbey at Central 57 Libbey, Wootlxx'.irtl 61 Libbey Alt DeVilbiss 67 Libbey at Clay 57 Libbey 'N Mzuomber 63 Libbey-L Wrlite 69 Libbey ut Scott 66 Libbey -Central 61 Libbey at XXfooilw4ml SH LibbeyfDeVilbiss 60 Libbey :lt Macomber -'38 LibbeyfffSt. Francis Sl Mist- pi-ep .i.- ui" it i 1i.ii1ii gr-ir Bin Hubbellk mmm. iw imie it .iiwm .i,i nit bin my mmi- Wim pl iiitti .if wi i.i., i .ii-mtv WON I2 LOST 5 136 'l'l1L' 55 'ill 57 35 59 i5 75 50 55 '16 63 63 '57 61 5l 62 27 olQgAIllfQl'gAlZ5al.1L2lAClff WOIW 6 LOSY 10 Row lvl-le-nry McXVhitc, jim Guings, Bill Emlsley, john Fink, Coach Spice, 'lorry Dotsun, -Iuhn liggcrt, Rnmly DAll1.lfhlQI'.. Aluhn Fizmk' lin, .grwdmun ga5Lef6uff WUIT 6 LOW S Row I-f Ruger Neuman, Rodney liusim, Bobby Collins, john Ruwc, Ray Adams, Larry Stiles, john McXY'liitc, Hill Bowie Row Z-'l.ai'ry Smith. l..liry Allin, xluhn llutlcr, Frul Atkins, Ron Vugclpuhl, Cimch Dr.1hLim, Claliulc Awls, Dmmlil Holmes, Roy lllllhL'l'Q, Twin DuVmuy. jmcl City Champions . r 'iifif' ........ f A , Row I f-Mike Donovan, Douglas Feiock, Rick Dukex Bob Sterling, Franklin Brown, Angus Brown, jim Young, Ron Olah, Harold Smith, XX'illis Loper, Dennis Sl1L'I'Ill.lf1, Robert XX'illartl. Terry Fleisclnngin. Row l-- l.eon.iril Klinck, Denny Newman, Dave Osborn, Rlbflillkl Bu rgess, Leo Stewart, Conrad King, Coach XY'irick, jim Somerville, Nick Huzurtl, Bob Gwin, Liirry jones. Bobby XX'illiams Row 3- jun Sturncr, Bruce Beckwith, Jerry Daucr, -Lunes XX'ollcnwcber, Mike G2lll.lgl1Cl', Daviil Vlfoggon, Bill Slicplicril, Glenn Brown- ing, Tom Soules, Larry Stover, Ron Curtis, gli J BLU Y , . ' gk A ' ii . - 'Ll an X t X 'nth K C 1 Q71 " ,Qi . ' 1 5 Q 4 A 57 lu i ...Um gels e B M r ii' V Row 1- Alun Stcinliurxt, Bill Hcrzig. Gilbert F.iir, Ken Ni1lL1l'i.lD, Carl Schmidt, Andy Kandik, Errol Collinf., jim Merritt, Row j floatlx V.llIlL'llS, -Inn Brncklimn, Dirk lfwcn, Dan l.L-Lliner, l..1rry Cook, Tim H.nnilton, Bruce lzwen, ,lim Kretzinger, Gary Slick- vr, -Lunex XY lntc, Paul Splunk -138 ' Cjmms Cizunfry City Clizimpions-District Cliainpions-Tluiixl in State Ruw 1-Bob XX'illai'd, Ron Burgess, Mike Gilllzlgher, Lou Stewart. Row 2iMilcc Somerville, jim Smncrvillc, Dune W'imtc1l, Rnw Sfpctc Murriwn, Terry Kilpatrick, Dive M.1ll, Coach Sclilicvert. W-ealhng iz: if ,V . V- , 4- .,k. 5111111111: Row 1-Huvvnrd vlilllI1SllIl,TlYIll Klnstermeicr. .loc Russell. Rick Dulce-Q. Lynn Smith. Donny Newman. Run Ol.il1. Denny Sl1ci'm,1n, Roy Hc'rn.1mlcz, Daw- Dittmzm, Rem 2' -Dwight Ostixuil, IITJILIQLIQ Doug Antulini, D.1vv Kilnillla. Clmqk Mi-in.mli, l..lI'l3 Fmst, Cu.4i'l1 Sqlmlicwxt, linlw I'fLifU-x Dju- M.all, D.1vL Oslwin. Pda Nmriwn, Kun N.lI.lIl.lIl 159' u L 1 f V 1 , M, M, M, M, M r . M r M r . M 1. Mr M r . Mr Mr Mr Mr MI. Mr pafrona Sz Mrs. W. B. Clevenger 81 Mrs. Robert J. Melvlier 81 Mrs. Franris B. Mr lfml 'e 81 Mrs. Sherman .laoolm aml Mrs. Wllll3Hlf:lll1SS 81 Mrs. E. Hubert Dalton 81 Mrs. Carl H. .lulius 81 Mrs. Charles Robinson S1 Mrs. Eldon N. Dolby 81 Mrs. .lames R. Steail Xi Mrs. Auhurn E. Luhring Si Mrs. .lohn W. Vanilerwulp Sz Mrs. Stanley E. Moulton 81 Mrs. Paul F. Bower 81 Mrs. James Stutz 8 Mrs. F. Petterson Mr. Sz Mrs. Arthur V1lglSllPl'g0I Mr. Xa Mrs. Wm. C. Neal Zetaletliean l.it cwl' ary S 414' if-ty Philalethean l.ite 1'ax ry Society Forum Literary Soi-iety Perirlean Literary S ixm- iety Mr. 81 Mrs. Ralph Ringel Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Ball Mr. 8 Mrs. H. A. Lange Dr. 8 Mrs. Russell Bei-la Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph C. Ott Mr. 81 Mrs. T. C. Kronmann Mrs. Hazel Rawlings Mr. Sz Mrs. l.ee Suzor Mr. 81 Mrs. .lark Pleifer Mr. Sz Mrs. Kenneth C. Cenung, Mr. Sa Mrs. August B. l.eilJuis 41 felblewclre , II, s ainersa sl fir ii LIBBEY Glassware -D llli 4t ' "fi " O, -Wx W dai! -l to of of , E-gms no " 0.e, 4 ' ' Qmllllw l Rlgld Plastic Bottles U Closure and Plastic Speclaltles 1 Q scientific induiw f fQuiIding ' KIMBLE orurf Gmsmm Glass Laboratory l ", X Rool Panels 'T T ff A"""a"'s if M in ' Tublriz H 3 xx l ' U eg and class nod Si! y S fl l,-,deli as be 0 X- T0"'lS'0" Bulbs Hsrdmonnv Hardwood Plywood if rnmure O i KIMBLE ' ls. Glass Insulators Panels and Doors Curtaln Wall Panels ' L boratory Glassware J ooo - RQ - if KIMBLE O I Pharmaceutical lassware MAKERS OF Q, PRODUCTS S- GENERAL OFFICES - TOLEDO 1, OHIO Compliments of HI-LEVEL CAR WASH Open 8-6 Daily 8-l Sundays Experts at Washing and Polishing CHerry 6-2125 433 Broadway Toledo 4, Ohio We're proud to have printed this LIBBEY EDELIAN The Toledo Prinfing Co. 1106 DORR CH 1-2229 JIISTENQS TREASURE-CRAFT .IEWLERS CLASS RINGS-CLASS PINS Commencement Announcements Designers and Manufacfurers of The WORLD'S FINEST SCHOOL JEWELRY MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT - OWATONNA, MINNESOTA E f D H d I 627 Union Comm Bldg CI I d Oh T v i i i COIVIPLINIENTS OF ELMER-CROMLY REXALL DRUGS 1917 Wayne at Fearing EV 2-2911 A Registered Pharmacist On Duty At All Times BOBB'S CLEANERS 9338 SOUTH DETROIT Bob Pacholski, Prop. EV. 2-5687 WYNN BROS. 1541-45 Wayne St. Wholesale Grocer Toledo 9, Ohio EV 2-5145 UOMPLIIVIENTS OF THE MILLER OIL COMPANY 1033 South Toledo 9, Ohio DISTRIBUTORS OF HY-FLASH GASOLINE AND FUEL OIL STATIONS 1033 South at Anthony Wayne Trail 4654 Detroit 1920 Fearing Chicago Pike at Crissey Woodville at Rt. 199 FOR HOME FUEL OIL DELIVERY CALL CH. 3-8111 DAY OR NIGHT GLENDALE PHARMACY QWALGREEN AGENCYJ 2014 GLENDALE AVE. Free Prescription Delivery Feature Leading Brand Cosmetics I GLENDALE SUPER MARKET . . . THE PLACE TO OO TO SAVE DOUGH . . . LUNCHEONETTE SERVICE 2006 GLENDALE AVE. EV 1-3453 Harland Lark, Proprietor 147 PARK SHOP SAVE JAGEL'S FOOD FAIR We Have the Best Meats in Town 2552 Wayne St. EV 2-7611 AL LITTLE Your Sohio Dealer WAYNE Gm SOUTH SINCE 1931 ATLAS TIRES 81 BATTERIES EV 2-0174 Compliments of Shirk City Wide Television Service 1940 Arlington Good Luck, Class of '60 SAVE -WAY BEVERLY RESTAURANT SANDWICHES 84 DINNERS HOME MADE PIES PIZZAS - ALL VARIETIES PHONE ORDERS FILLED EV. 2-0101 OPEN EVERY DAY Always a Leader llriqqs Hairy Farms Inu: 1149 GRAND AVE. AT YOUR INDEPENDENT GROCER OR FOR HOME DELIVERY Call CH. 4-3755 A Name To Remember --- CONGRATULATIONS For Lovely Flowery, and Beautiful Gift! OAFLJOIT. 3 . y Beverly Beauty Salon Ioe I. Cooper, Florlst ' 3662 Rugby Dr 1635 Broadway Toledo 14, oh CHerry 3-5138 EV. 2-6851 148 "Original Floral C1'eali01z" B.P.S. Paints 84 Supplies gdmlag jzzwer .Slap Sporting Goods AND GREENIIOUSES E'ect"iCa'S"PP'ieS ' Plumbing Supplies Eavestrough Glass coRsAGEs 2615 Glendale Ev. 2-3465 Toledo 14, ohio EV 2-8131 2112 Wayne St. ACME PHARMACY Swan Creek 1401 South St. Lumber Cgmpany Rem" Store Quality Millwork Reliable Prescription Service Lumber and Hafdwafe Paul F. Rupp Earl A. Renshaw EV 2-1434 CHerry 1-i211 226 Cify Park Kgpfmqn Bqkefy BEVERlY SUNOCO SERVICE Wayne S. Detroit 8m Rugby Dr. Toledo, Ohio EVergreen 2-0627 "ART" NIHISER For The Besf ln Baked Goods EV. 2-0128 lm0AnwA1' .lnwlsmns 60l0'Z A3 MEM szvs DIAMONDS - R ISIIOH HJNVEI S.NOSllllIVH WATCHES H ITlllfOh - L0hgil1eS - Bulova 01 -B 6,12-L pug B 6,19-L GIFTS Fon ALL OCCASIONS Trophies G, Engravings Anna Pamlas slnaw sno!',!laa 1526 Broadway at South CH. 2-5491 fdo-L u0 lull MON, 149 1 i ?? Q Beverly Downs Service 1455 BYRNE RD. AT GLENDALE Tires - Balferies Accessories 8: Tune-up Pick Up and Delivery EV. 2-4161 COM PLIMENTS OF HILLEBRAND BROS. Established February 12th, 1890 635 So. Sl. Clair Sl. D. A. DUFFEY 8. SON, INC. Contractors and Builders 623 BURBANK DRIVE TOLEDO, OHIO Congrafulalions, Seniors! ELMEH DRUGS 2039 BYRNE ROAD Hexall Slnre EV 2-9011 SPANGLER CANDY wishes your school success The Finest in Candy 313 Monroe Toledo, Ohio CH. 3-6512 We Call For 84 Deliver Triangle Sales and Service General Repairing - Balleries and Goodyear Tires 1631 Broadway Toledo, Ohio J F k T F k SbttlS 'g-np am s STONER 81 JOHNSDN Insummo 2329 Wayne at South Toledo 9, Ohio Mary A. Warning FLOWERS For All Occasions SCHROEDER 8. SONS INC. Custom Made FLEXALUM VENETIAN BLINDS and AWNINGS fomplete Home Improvements HOMER - '31 8 A. NI. to 6 P. M., Mon. tI'II'U Sat. 151 769 BILL '53 DON '70 CH. 1-6231 1217 Broadway BOB '59 DAVE '74 FRED L. BLACK Heatherdowns Sunoco Service 2115 South Byrne Toledo 14, Ohio A to Z Lube Service Motor Tune-ups EV 2-1771 Beverly Pharmacy and Gift Shop 2670 RUGBY DRIVE Good luck, Seniors! DUNBAR BROS. INC. Mechanical Contractors PLUMBING, HEATING, WELL DRILLING AND PUMPS 1430 Broadway CHerry 8-3749 nil 6 3 'ffl ' READY TO SERVE You ON ANY occAsioN MADISON AT ERIE SECOR AT CENTRAL Sefwaxe Pealamanta COFFEE SHOP OR 711 MADISON MADISON AT ERIE MOUNT VERNON ROOM - WESTGATE EMM SW-1 235 ERIE 410 MADISON WESTGATE SHOPPING CENTER Nationally Known For Good Food "ABOVE ALL - A GOOD ROOF" ENTERPRISE ROOFING 8: SHEET METAL CO. 2042 HAWTHORNE ST. CH. 8-3565 Repairs 8: Replacements Waller Funeral Hama 1221 Broadway lillerry 3-4105 Weber N. Greenwalt Leeland E. Lamb ANTOLINI SHELL SERVICE 2060 BROADWAY AT STEBBINS We Give Top Value Stamps CH. 1-8583 LAMSENS' FLORISTS 3411 WINSTON BLVD. TOLEDO 14, OHIO II-II. II-II. IBIIIRIKIENIKAMIP Funeral Home Ilnc. 101 Years of Personal Service Same Location Phones CH 3-2183, 3-2184 1003 fo 1011 Broadway Toledo, Ohio Only One Branch Tremainsville and Alexis In Trilby, Ohio Heatherdowns GR 9-5377 EV. 5-2509 153 i i f V x BRIGHTEST tlre SPDT in any slro w! THE STRONG TROUPER A versatile carbon arc spotlight designed for projection distances beyond 100 feet. lt is simple to operate and requires only 10 arnperes current from any 110 volt AC convenience outlet. The Trouper is used extensively by schools throughout the country, including Libbey High School. THE STRONG TROUPERETTE A 1000 watt incandescent spotlight designed for projection distances up to 100 feet. Light weight and portable it can be operated from any 110 volt convenience outlet. The Trouperette is used in schools throughout the country and has been a popular gift selection by Senior classes and Parent Teachers Associations. THE STRONG ELECTRIC CORPORATION TOLEDO 1, OHIO WALTON ENTERPRISES COMPUMENT5 OF ATLAS SHOE REPAIR "FOR THOSE WHO CARE ENOUGH TO WANT THE BEST" EMBROIDERY SERVICE BOWLING SHIRTS, UNIFORMS 81 EMBLEMS T ' i TROPICAL FISH OF ALL KINDS AQUARIUM SUPPLIES, PUMPS 81 FILTERS 2621 BROADWAY EV. 2-3925 716 SOUTH AVE. VALLET PAINT SERVICE CO. 341 DORR STREET I TOLEDO 2, OHIO PAINTS FUR EVERY PURPOSE uality Chelcd CH 8-2962 CH 8-4643 DMR' PRODUCTS 155 CH. 1-8153 Flowers Telegraphed SUPER MARKET GEORGE M. ABEL Florist Quality Foods - Reasonably Priced FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION 1949 BROADWAY CH.3-8234 1528 Broadway Toledo 9, Ohio U rl A L i ' ee ' I Q' in .3 A Cleaners 81 Laundry is I 1512 DORR STREET nfonr rnowann POWER J v Phone CH. 2-1886 512 SPENCER STREET Phone EV. 2-4343 SO. DETROIT 8. ABERDEEN Phone EV. 5-3581 lnatl0...0utat4 FAST SERVICE ELECTRICITY . . . a vital force in your future. In the professions, in business and industry, in the home and on the farm versatile electricity will play an ever- increasing part in your lite, because of this simple, economic fact: You really get your money's worth when you spend it for electricity TOLEDO EDISON COMPLIMENTS OF THE FRANK CARTAGE COMPANY General Trucking Felgner's Department Store Clothing 8 Shoes 2231 SOUTH - CORNER WAYNE 1114 Washington CH. 8-6466 TOLEDO, OHIO x a S 4 N 1 4 STEEL STAMPS NAME PLATES EMBOSSING DIES PASCH ENGRAVING CO. 2244 DANA STREET TOLEDO 9, OHIO R. J, PASCH EV 2-4218 LUSK FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE 1728 BROADWAY OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 TO 9 SATURDAY 9 TO 5 C omplimenis Of 'IFRAIIIL MEDICAL CENTER PHARMA C Y 2060 GLENDALE TOLEDO, OHIO fN GRADUATES G The future belongs to those who plan for it and I a career in the telephone company is clever planning! Visit ns and discuss job opportunities- Womcn's Employment Ofiicc the 0HIO BELL telephone company SEELIG'S DRUG STORE FOR COMPLETE DRUGS AND PRESCRIPTION SERVICE DRUG SUNDRIES FOUNTAIN REFRESHMENTS SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1732 ARLINGTON Bl-'RNIE 'S .S'0Hl0 SER VICE PICNIC SUPPLIES 1013 SOUTH CH 4-6091 ARE YOU SATISFIED? Grownups know that personal grooming is important if you want to "get ahead". Teenagers sometimes forget to look at themselves objectively. So that boys and girls could see themselves as others see them, a full-length mirror was installed in the main corridor of a high school in Buffalo, N. Y. Boys checked shirttails and trouser lengthss A mirror is a "must" at school . . . at even started wearing coats and ties. Girls lwme - - - anvwhere- Always check stopped to tuck in. blouses or rearrange their yourIiipgagggdehgifiirfogfsgrlxgi gill hair. Renewed pride came to others will notice. this school-all because of a mirror! Whenyoubuyamirror,besureitlsmadeof L'o'F PARA'-LE'-'o'Pl-ATE GI-Ass L-O'F Parallel-O-Platef9 glass, twin-ground for 1-win,G,.ound for ,he 1-mes, Refledion truer reflections and more freedom from distortion. You'll find a wide selection at your Lo LIBBEY' OWENS' FORD furniture, glass or department store. F al Gaza Alana M Compliments Of TYPEWRITER SALES and RENTALS N am Kew Z0 Z H Z S STANLEY HLIDUH S SU Snhin Service Station RFQ? Kmif-f5EriLcsen's 1 DETROIT SL VANCE CHerry L-I 193 - 323 Erie Street CH 1-0212 YVALIIS lllllfli STUBIE FOR FINE FOODS 1132 BROADWAY AT WESTERN 575 SPENCER TOLEDO, OHIO EV 2-9871 159 The Blue 521 mmf V 1 b - bey col - ors 1.1 1 14 H uf 'HF 1 f -11- - 1 -ii -Ln-1 4 F nd Qggld qimwoe ami i P l WOI'dS and Music by DELLA VVILLIAMS PAINE hearts with joy and pride, As they f P 7 17 "" " i


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