Elida High School - Reflector Yearbook (Elida, OH)

 - Class of 1959

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Am! semores , 5 Kare n Nusbaum- - The smaller the head, the bigger the dreams. Sharon Miller-- It seems such a pity that Noah and his party did not miss the boat. Gary Scott-- Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects. Maryann Holtz- apple --When angry, Count to four, when very angry, swe ar. Dave Morris-- When I'm not engaged in thought, I'm recovering from it's effect. e fT'-. Joan Meyer--She looks like an angel, and acts like one too, but you never can tell what an angel might do. J im Patton He is old enough to know worse Dennis A. Stemen --They say the good die young, so I am careful. Darlyn Hefner- - Full of mischief and a lot of fun. Joyce Ho11ar-- There is a lot to say in her favor, but the other is more interesting Dwain Metzger-- It is easy for men to talk on one thing and mean another. Kay Donovan--As I think, so I speak Mike Miller--I kissed my first woman and smoked my first cigarette on the same dayg I have never had time for tobacco since. Carolyn Musser-- When some folks don't know any- thing mean about someone, they switch the subject. John Desenberg-- An artist should be fit for the best society and keep out of it. Ronnie Shafer--I have never let my Schooling inter- fere with my education. Donna Leist--The woman with a past, has no future. Janet Morris- - Never buy a thing you don't want merely because it is dear. 555. Steve Timmons-- When l want to read a book 1 write one. Janice Laman- - The things most people want to know about are usually none of their business. Gary Hermon He was born silly and had a relapse Dick Ladd--He is an adventurer who traces leaky plumbing to its source. Bob Smith- -There Emma Ruff-- is no cure for Really and truly birth or death save --I've nothing to to enjoy the inter- wear. val. Karen Fair--I'rn not arguing with you--I'm telling you. Darrel Bowers-- If you ' re there before it's over, 1ou're on time. Sue Chapman- - She is an excel- lent creature, but she never can remember which came first, the Greeks or the Romans. rw! . .3 Judy Miller--She was permanently waved both as to hair and figure. .R y Eldon Heatwole- Helen Good-- All I know, is There are no what I read in the Secrets better comics. kept than the se crets that every - body guesses, Larry Holler-- Whoever thinks of going to bed before twelve o'clock is a scoundrel. Dick l-lollar-- Women are just like elephants, I like to look at them, but I wouldn't want one. Karen Amold-- If you want to be thought a liar always tell the truth. Carolyn Wade-- She liked to like people, therefore people like her. Charles Clark- - Of two evils choose the prettier. Janice Stalter-- I-lrd work and ambition leads to success. Mari an Ehresm an Ray Sroufe--His I can resist Dennis L Stemen He had reason for not workmg, he said your body was only a machine and he was no mechamc Roge r Woollum - - It used to be a ood hotel, but 8 that proves nothi ng- -I used to be a good boy. by-word is Sports' everything except temptation. Donna McKinney --If you would keep a secret from an enemy, tell it not to a friend. Judith Croft-- One can be bored until boredom becomes mystical experience. Gary Barber- -Be good and you will be lone- some. Wilma Long-- To avoid criti- cism, do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing. Gary Longbrake --I rise from bed the first thing in the morning, not because I'm dissatisfied with it, but because I cannot carry it with me during the day. David Kesler-- Give me a laun- dry list and I'l1 set it to music. Cloyd Ridenour-- Connie F0119-5" Not that I love When in doubt, study less, but I tell the truth. love fun more. Sharon Foust-- If you tell the truth you don't have to remember anything. Janell Stocton-- Silence is some- times better than words. Lee Bryan--Better Marilyn Wade-- a witty fool then Never buy a thing a foolish wit. that you don't want merely because it is dear. Marvin Wilkins-- I-Ie was not made for climbing the tree of knowledge. Connie Shepherd --When I was young I used to think that money was the most important thing in lifeg now that I am old, I know it is. Kenny Holtzapple --A well-lied lie is the first serious step in life. Kenny Heath-- The less one has to do, the less time one finds to do it in. Jeanine Williams --Why resist temptation--there will always be more. Oscar Etgen--Talk to a man about himself and he will listen for hours. Tom Becker-- He's old enough to know worse. Lucretia Bice-- Clever people never listen and stupid people never talk. V L Y Alfonso Mauricio Rita Miller-- --The more fun Cod created the better. women only to tame man. I A. l Bill Kline--I will praise any man that will praise me. Kenny Huber- -He that teaches him- self hath a fool for a master. Don Redd--I could sit in a field of posies all day and smell them. Harold Stockman --He charged Q nothing for his ' preaching, and it was worth it, too. -33 Mis. Dorothy Workman Class Advisor Congratulations on a splendid annual! La W, Mr. George Greenway Class Advisor I can't under- stand how you manage to be such a live wire when you have so many loose connections upstairs. E it 'si ' 60601 KAREN ARNOLD Jr Class Play, FBIA 1 2 3 FHA 1 3 Offrce Help 3 Bulldog Revrew 1 GARY BARBER Central Catholxc 1,2 TOM BECKER LUCRETIA BICE Lima Senror Hrgh 1 DARREL BOWERS Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Varslty E 2 3 LEE BRYAN Projectron Club 3 Who's Who 3, Annual Staff 3 CHARLES CLARK Track 1 Student Councrl 1 2 3 Who's Who 3 Bulldog Revlew 2 3 SUE CHAPMAN Mrxed Chorus 1 2, A Cappella 3, Jr Class Play Dramatxcs 1 2,3, FBLA 1 2, Offrce Help 2, GAA 1 2 3 Presxdent 3, Who s Who 2,3 Cheerleader 2 3 Majorette 1, Class Offrcer 2 JUDITH CROFT Band 1,2, Grrls' Glee 1 2,3, Drstrrct and State Contests l 2,3, Ensemble 2 3, Jr Class Play, Offrce Help 1 3 GAA 1 2, Who s Who 3 Honor Socrety 2 D1str1ct Scholarshlp Test 1,2 State Scholarshrp Test 1 2 JOHN DESENBERG Mrxed Chorus 1 2,3, Boys' Glee 1 3 DlStIlCt and State Contests l,2,3, A Cappella 2 3, Football 1 2 3, Basket ball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 Varsrty shrp Test 1,2 3, State Scholarshlp Test 1, Annual Staff 2 3 Class Presrdent 3 KAY DONOVAN Mrxed Chorus 1 2, Grrls' Glee 1 2 3, Dlstrrct and State Contests 1 2 3 A Cappella 3, Ensemble 2,3, Jr Class Play Dramatrcs 3 FBLA 1 2 FHA 3, Offrce Help l Who's Who 3, Honor Soclety 2 Dxstrrct and State Scholarshrp Tests 1 2, Bulldog Revrew 1 2 3 MARIAN EHRESMAN Glrls Glee 1 2 3 FBLA 3 Y Teens 3 OSCAR ETGEN Basketball 1, FFA 1 2 3 Dlstrrct Scholarshlp Test 1 KAREN FAIR Mlxed Chorus 1,2 3, Grrls Glee 1 D1str1ct and State Contests 1 2, A Cappella 2 Dramatrcs 3 FHA 1 2 3 GAA 1,2 Jr Achlevement 3 CONNIE FOLLAS Mrxed Chorus 2 3 Grrls Glee 1,2,3 Drstnct and State Contests 2 A Cappella 2, Ensemble 2 3 Jr Class Play Dramatrcs 2 3 FBLA 1 2 Offrce Help 3 Jumor Achreve ment 3 SHARON FOUST Grrls Glee 1 3, Drstrrct and State Contests 1, Who s Who 2 HELEN GOOD Mrxed Chorus 2 Gxrls' Glee 1 2 3 Drstrrct and State Contests 1 2 3, A Cappella 2 3 Ensemble 2 3 Offlce Help 2 3 KENNY HEATH Basketball 2 ELDON HEATWOLE DARLYN HEFNER Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Glrls' Glee 1,2 3, Drstrzct and State Contests 1,2 3, A Cappella 2 3, Ensemble 2,3 Jr Class Play 2, Dramatrcs l,2,3, Student Councxl 3 Secretary Treasurer, FBLA 2 3 Offxce Help 2 GAA 1 2 3, Who' Who 1,2 3, Honor Soclety 2, Drstrxct and State Scholar shrp Tests 1, Annual Staff 3, Carnrval Mam Show 3 Carmval Attendant 1, Cheerleader 1 2,3 GARY HERMON Mrxed Chorus 1 2, Boys' Glee 1, Football 2 3, Basketball 1 2 3, Baseball 1 2 3, Varsxty E l 2 3, Honor Socrety 3 Vrce Presrdent of Class DICK HOLLAR Football 3 Basketball 1 2,3, Baseball 2 3 Manager, Student Councll 1 2,3 Who s Who 3 Drstrrct Scholar shlp Test 1, Annual Staff 3 JOYCE HOLLAR Mlxed Chorus l,2,3, Grrls' Glee 1 2 3, Drstnct and State Scholarshlp Contest l,2,3, A Cappella 3 Ensemble 2 3, Jr Class Play, Dramatrcs l,2,3, FBLA 2 3, Offlce Help 2, GAA 1 2 3, Who's Who 2 3, Honor Socrety 2 Majorette 1, Cheerleader 2, Homecomrng Queen 3 LARRY HOLLER Projectron Club 3 KENNY HOLTZAPPLE MARYANN HOLTZAPPLE Mrxed Chorus 1,2, Girls' Glee 1 2 3, Dlstrxct and State Contests 1 2 3, Ensemble 2 3, Jr Class Play 2 Dramatlcs Honor Socrety 2, Annual Staff 2 3 Edxtor 3, Secretary of Class 2 Executlve Commrttee 3, Carmval Mam Show KENNETH HUBER PTOJECEIOII Club 3 Bulldog Revlew 3 DAVID KESLER Band 2 3 Mixed Chorus l,2,3, Boys' Glee 1, Dxstrrct and State Contests l 2 3, A Cappella 2 3 Jr Class Play 2 Dance Band 3 BILL KLINE DICK LADD Football 2 3 Baseball 1 2 Varslty 'E" 1 2 3 JANICE LAMAN Girls' Glee 1 Dramatrcs 1,2, Student Councrl 1 2 FBLA 1 2 3 Secretary 3 2nd Vrce Presrdent of State 2 Offlce Help 3 GAA 1 2, Honor Socrety 2, Dlstrrct and State Scholarshrp Tests 1 Annual Staff 1 2 3 Buslness Manager 3 Y Teens 2 Bookstore 3 Annual Queen 3 Class Secre tary and Treasurer 3 DONNA LEIST Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3 Grrls Glee 1 Drstrrct and State Contests 1 2 A Cappella l Dramatrcs 1 FHA 1 CAA 1 2, Junror Achlevement 1 WIIMA LONG FBLA 1 2,3 Offrce Help l 2 3 Bulldog Revlew 1 2 3 Momtor 1 GARY LONGBRAKE Football 1 3, Basketball l ALFONSO MAURICIO 9 I . . , , 5 , S ' S . , 3 . , . . . ,2,3, , .D , . 3 . . . 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I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , l , . 15 DONNA MCKINNEY Mrxed Chorus 1 2,3, Drstnct and State Contests 2, A Cappella 2,3 Ensemble 2 3, Jr Class Play 2, FBLA 1, FHA 1 2,3, GAA 1 DWAIN METZGER Mrxed Chorus 1,2 3, Boys' Glee 1, D1str1ct and State Contests 1 2, Football 1,2,3, Basketball 1,2,3, FFA 1 Varsrty "E 1 2 3, Who's Who 1 2,3, Vlce Presrdent of Class 3, Executrve Commrttee 2 JOAN MEYER Mlxed Chorus 1 2, Grrls' Glee 1 2,3, DISUICC and State Contests 1 2,3, A Cappella 2 Ensemble 2,3 Jr Class Play 3, Dramatlcs 1 2,3, FBLA 2 FHA 3, GAA 1, Who's Who 3, Annual Staff 2 3, Carnlval Mam Show 3 JUDI MILLER Mrxed Chorus 1, Grrls' Glee 1 MIKE MILLER Mlxed Chorus 1 2, Drstrrct and State Contests 1 A Cappella 2 3, Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 1 2 3 Jr Class Play, Student Councll 2 3 Presldent 3 Varsrty E' 2 3 Who's Who 3 Honor Soclety 2, DISUICIZ Scholarshrp Test 1 3, Presldent of Class 1 RITA MILLER Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3, Grrls' Glee 1 2 3, Drstnct and State Contests 1 2 3, A Cappella 2, Ensemble 2 3 Class Play, Dramatxcs 1 2 3, FHA 3, GAA 1, Who' Who 3, Jtuuor Achrevement 3 SHARON MILLER Glrls' Glee 1 Jr Class Play, FBLA 1 2 3, Offrce Help 3 Attendant 3, FBLA Vrce Presrdent 3 DAVE MORRIS Football 1 2 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 1 2 3 Track 2, Varsrty E" 1,2,3 Secretary Treasurer 3, D1StI1Cf and State Scholarshxp Tests 1 2 JANET MORRIS Band 1,2 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 3 Grrls' Glee 1 2 3 A Cappella, Ensemble 2 3, Jr Class Play Dramatxcs Carmval Attendant 3 Drum Majorette 3 Executlve Commlttee 3 CAROLYN MUSSER Mlxed Chorus 1, Glrls' Glee 3, Drstrrct and State Contests 1 2 3 A Cappella 2 Jr Class Play 2 FBLA 1 2,3, FHA 3 GAA 1, Who's Who 2, Bulldog Revrew 1 2 3 KAREN NUSBAUM Glrls' Glee 1 FBLA 1 2 3 FHA 3 Offrce Help 3 Ca.rn1 val Attendant 2 Homecomrng Attendant 1 JAMES PATTON FFA 1 2 3 DON REDD Mrxed Chorus 1 2 Boys' Glee 1, Drstrlct and State Contests 1 2 Football 1 2 3, Track 3 FFA 1 Varslty 'E" 3 Jun1or Achrevement 3, Vrce Presldent of Varsrty 'E' 3 CLOYD RIDENOUR EMMA RUFF Mrxed Chorus 1 Glrls' Glee 1 3 Ensemble 2 Jr Class Play Dramatrcs 1 2, FBLA 1,2 3 Reporter 2 Presldent 3 Offrce Help 1 3 CAA 1 2, Who's Who 1 2 3, Honor Socrety 2 DISIIICI and State Scholarshlp Tests 1 Bull dog Revlew 1 2,3, Busmess Manager, Homecommg Attendant 2 GARY SCOTT Band 1, Mxxed Chorus 2,3, Boys' Glee 2 3, Drstrrct and State Scholarshrp Tests 2 3, Drstrrct and State Contests 1,2 3, A Cappella 2 3, Football 2,3, Track 2 3, Jr Class Play, Varsrty ' E 3, Who s Who 3, Annual Staff 3 RON SHAFER Mlxed Chorus 1, Boys' Glee 1, A Cappella 2, Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1,2 3, Track 2,3 Varslty E 1 2,3, Who's Who 1 2 3 Annual Staff 3 Football Co captam 3, Carmval Attendant 1 CONNIE SHEPHERD Jr Class Play, Dra.mat1cs 3 GAA 1 BOB SMITH Class Presrdent 2, Carmval M C 3 RAY SROUFE Mrxed Chorus 1,2,3, Boys' Glee 1,2 3, Drstrlct and State Contests 1 2 3, A Cappella 2 3, Ensemble 3, Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3, Track 2 3 Varsrty E 1 2 3 Presrdent of Varsxty "E" 3 Basketball Co captam 3 Carmval Attendant 3 JANICE STALTER Grrls' Glee 2 3, D1str1ct and State Contests 2 3 Ensemble 2,3, Student Cotmcll 1 7 3, Offrce Help 2, Who's Who 2,3, Honor Socrety 2, Drstrrct Scholarshxp Test 1 2, Annual Staff 3 DENNIS A STEMEN Football 1, Basketball 1, Who's Who 2 3 Who's Who 3 HAROLD STOCKMAN Band 1 2 3 Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3, Boys' Glee 1, D1StI1Ct and State Contests 1 2 3 A Cappella 2 3 Ensemble 3 Basketball 1 Jr Class Play Dramatrcs 2 3 DlStIlCt Scholarshlp Test 1 2, Dance Band 3 JANELL STOCKTON Grrls' Glee 1 Dlstrrct and State Contests 1, FHA 1 Offrce Help 2 CAA 1 2 3 Bulldog Revrew 3 Pep Club STEVE TIMMONS Mrxed Chorus 3 Dlstrlct and State Scholarshlp Contests 3 A Cappella 3 Jr Class Play 3, Dramatlcs 3 Offrce Help 3 CAROLYN WADE Band 1 2 FHA 1,Off1ce Help 3 GAA 1 2 3 Pep Club 2 MARILYN WADE Band 1 2 GAA1,2 3 MARVIN WILKINS FFA 1 2 3 Jr Class Play JEANINE WILLIAMS Mrxed Chorus 1 Grrls' Glee 1 FHA 2 ROGER WOOLLUM Mrxed Chorus 1 2 3, Boys' Glee 1 2 DlStIlCt and State Contests 1 2, A Cappella, Jr Class Play Dramatxcs Who's Who 2,3 Drstrmct and State Scholarshrp Tests 3 Jumor Achlevement 3 Carmval Maln Show 2 3 , . . , . . . . . . . 1 1 ' n n A 0 1 . 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' I . , . . , 1 1 1 1 - 5 P ' 1 n ' 1 , 1 1 1 1 - . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 ' 16 60604 After crunsmg for 10 years about the planet earth as the fxrst man put into orbit I grew lonely and parachuted down When I was just about to hit the ground I was jerked to a sudden halt I looked up and saw that my para chute was caught rn the WIMA Radio Antenna, so while I waited for help I plugged in my pocket transistor to listen to some music The music was interrupted by the announcer Ray Sroufe fwho attributed his radio success to his excellent grades in speech at Elida Localj Ray began telling of an Afrncan tour leaving Lima Municipal Airport in approxrmately fifteen minutes Since I always wanted to go on a safari, I unsnapped my parachute and shmmed down the antenna After l arrived at the airport I joined the line to the ticket window, I looked through and there sellmg was no other than Jeanme Williams As I climbed up the ramp mto the plane I was greeted by a double hostess I mean twm hostesses, in fact, the Wade twms The twms took me to the front of the plane, to introduce me to the hostess of the WIMA tour As she said 'Meet Carolyn Musser, Easter Straker's fabulous replacement," I could easrly see why she had earned her job When Carolyn heard my story, she mvrted me to Join their tour I happily agreed to her offer and started to make myself acquainted with the passengers on the plane The fxrst seat was occupied by those two mrllionaire playboys, Larry Holler, and B111 Kline Seated on the opposite srde, was the winner of the Indranapolls "5O0 this year, Lee Bryan with his girl friend, Sue Chapman, holder of the women's dirt track record In the seats behmd the mlllionarres was a group of movle makers gomg to Africa to make the movie "Last of the Mau Maus " The theme song was to be sung by the smging lyre Mrss Joan Meyer, dubbed "the last of the red hot Mau Maus Also In the group was Joan's cohorts the "Blastones " These three girls whose names are Karen Fair, Rrta Miller, and Conme Follas, had brought along with them thexr personal manager, the noted man about town, Mr Kenneth 'Barney Holtzapple The female lead of the movie was to be Joyce "Glamor G1r Hollar Opposite her in the male role was the Rudy Vallee of today, Gary lover boy I-Iermon These two graduates often trymg to break into Hollywood for several years fmally went to one of the best promoters in the business and hlred h1m as their agent They immediately shot to the top under his drrectxon Fightm' Dave and his, "OOPS' I forgot to tell you his name, naturally, we all remember him, "F1ght1n' Dave Morris" and his pokey personal secretary, Sharon Mrller fSha.ron slows Dave down to where he can work I Farther on down the arsle was a pair of honeymooning couples, SIGH" what lovely looking matches Darrel Bowers and Judy Croft and Eldon Heatwole with the ex Helen Good Yes, life is grand' Suddenly the plane lurched and staggered, one of the motors was afire I rushed to the p1lot's cabm to check our position The pilot and co pxlot were sending out an S O S on our positron while the flight engmeer was trymg to fight the fire Yes just seeing the smooth co operation of these three leaders was satisfying Certainly no one can say that Dwam Metzger and George Ronald Shafer would be beat as pilot and co pilot, while therr hard workmg engineer, Denms was "Dunk" saying, "right ln the middle of prnk petrrfymg pigmy count y When I awoke, I trred to move b t couldn t I was tied hand and foot I looked about and saw the rest of our group about me EGADS' What IS t IS dancing toward us? It's a wltchdoctor, wow, what a dancer, almost like, like, oh, no, it is, 1t's our old "buddy Roger Woollum He has a knife ln his hand and he's commg this way Behrnd ham are several women commg out of huts with why they're large cooking pots' But even these women look familiar Over to my left are Janell Stockton and Conme Shepherd fighting to see who gets 'Frghtm' Dave," whrle on my right Karen Nusbaum and Emma Ruff are trymg to lift a pot full of people There, gomg to help them, rs Maryann Holtzapple Well, friends, this IS it I am on the menu for tomght I'm rn the pot now and beneath it they're prllng wood for a fire' Gee look, there's Darlyn Hefner and Janet Morrrs, pulling whole trees down Boy, are they eager On top they re puttmg in vegetables and salt The cooks are Karen Amold Lou Bice Donna McKinney, and Marian Ehresman 'Lrttle too much salt, girls Ha, ha, can't stand salty food Wait, what's gomg on out there? Wait until I get this carrot out of my eye Now, Yea" We're saved' Com mg over the hill is the Forelgn Legion Who's that at command? Why, is that dashing hero Dick Ladd? Dick made captam agam' He was demoted for frllmg in the Suez Canal last week Duck has hrs four trusty lreutenants wrth him Here they come all m a row' They are Kenny Huber, Gary Longbrake Bob Smith, and Cloyd Ridenour Well the fight is about over now D1ck's men have pulled a few more of the cools out of hrdmg There are Wilma Long and Jancre Stalter Watch out' Oh, two more just attacked Mike Miller and Jrm Patton, two of D1ck's more famous men Mike had been hurt but they got therr men er I mean cooks Who are they? Yes, they are none other than Janice Laman and Donna Lelst Mike is bemg helped over to the nurse's tent for flrst ard Boy, I thmk l'll hurt myself Why there are among the nurses Kay Donovan and Sharon Foust The two doctors are consultlng over Mike injury Dick Hollar seems to be asking Harold Stockman rf the doctors will need help Harold agreed and so the noted surgeon, Dr D A Stemen and Dr Thomas Becker are sent for Soon a plane lands rn the clearing and out of It steps the doctors Rrght behmd them is a large crowd of newsmen There's John Desenberg and Davld Kesler from the Tlmes, and their photographer, Charlie QSnapj Clark, Kenny Heath, and Oscar QCl1ckerj Etgen After these people, come the prlot and co pilot, Don QFlashj Redd and Marvrn QFxrebal1lWrlkms with the government inspectors, Gary Barber and Steve QEagle Eye, Timmons Now all is done but the argtung It seems that caught in the burning engmes mtake was a parachute harness which caused the fire Dunk says that as they were taking off over Lima, they caught it but the inspectors say rt is Impossible They say no one has parachuted around Lrma for many years, 'He don't know me, do he? Ha Ha"' 17 I 1 1 1 a , . . Q ' 2 4 -I , 1 . a . - 1 I . , I 0 . - 1 H u v a . . . . - ' 1 . . , . - . 1 In U ' ' ln - ' ' ' ll ll ' n ' . . . . 1 . . . . . . . H ' . -- . - ' . . A , - . . . 0 . .1 Q - . n a . 0 - 0 , L. "Dunk" Stemen, was positively brilliant in his field. As the plane crashed, I blacked out, the last thing I heard . . .... . . I .,, . u ' -- ' . . . ' h' . ' . . . . . I . ,, 1 . f ' ' . . 1 ' . 2 . l Q' ' - - , '- ' D . ! I . - I ' ' .ll . . 1 I l v u I , Q . ' Q - . Q a, --. . . . f 1 . . y ' . . . ls . . - . . f I . . , . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1444! 704654 Karen Arnold w1ll my Job as comp1ler on the Bulldog Rev1ew to L1nda Long Gary Barber, w1ll my w1ll to study to B111 Dunahay Tom Becker, w1ll my ab111ty to sleep through P A D class and st1ll pass to anyone who wants to try lt Lucretra Brce, w1ll my dumbness to Mr Hayduk after four years of trymg to teach me Englxsh Lee Bryan, w1ll my drrvmg ab111ty to Ray Strayer Charles Clark, w1ll my free passes to the ball games to Ronme Joseph Sue Chapman, w1ll my pos1t1on rn Cheefleadlng to Myrna La Rue Judrth Croft, w1ll Mr Sluss 90 strarght jackets 1n assorted SIZE and color rn case he has the semor home room next year John Desenberg, w1ll my No 37 football Jersey to a rough, tough, moth Kay Donovan, w11l my abrlrty to sm1le at Mr Sluss at all trmes to any other lnnocent Mar1an Ehresman, w1ll the book reports 1n Engl1sh, back to Mr I-layduk Oscar Etgen, w1ll my strength and good looks to Tom Mrracle Karen Falr, w1ll my he1ght to any short grrl that wants lt Conn1e Follas, w1ll my Wlde awake smrle to Mr Greenway Sharon Foust, w1ll my old Engllsh books back to Mr Hayduk Helen Good, w1ll my drmpled cheeks to Barb Martrn Kenneth Heath, w1ll my ab111ty to play basketball to B1ll Dawson Eldon Heatwole, w1ll my he1ght to Tom Krrwan Darlyn I-Iefner, w1ll my pos1t1on as cheerleadmg capta1n to Jud1e Bnllhart Gary 1-Iermon, w1ll my football Jersey No 31, to Denny Putman D1ck Hollar w1ll my managmg ab111ty to Jerry Shearer Joyce Hollar, w1ll a few sophomore boys to any grrl lucky enough to get one of them Larry Holler, w1ll my Hblllty to get through hrgh school w1thout gett1ng rn trouble to Pat Donovan Kenneth Holtzapple, w1ll my ablllty to keep my mouth shut rn Enghsh class to Carle Pennell Maryann Holtzapple, w1ll the frant1c rush of gettxng out the yearbook, MEMORIES, to next years 9d1tOI, Barb McGahan Kenneth Huber, w1ll my Job on the Bulldog staff to my brother, Paul D3Vld Kesler, w1ll all the good trmes I have had 1n Mrxed Chorus and Band to next year's semors B111 Klme w1ll my ab111ty to f1nd brake shoes to Harold Wrrght D1ck Ladd w1ll my ab111ty to get along w1th Mr Hayduk to Barb Cheney Janrce Laman w1ll my Job as busmess manager on the ANNUAL STAFF to L1nda Sroufe Donna Le lSt, w1ll my Amerrcan I-Irstory book back to Mr Sluss Wllma Long, w1ll my qu1etness to Penny Lodge Gary Longbrake, w1ll all my Engl1sh grades to Ray Strayer Alfonso MRUIICIO, w1ll my ablllty to get along w1th g1rls to Carl Pennell Donna McK1nney w1ll my ab111ty to do what I'm not told to do from Mrs Workman, to any one who can et Dwa1n Metzger, w1ll my left handed basketball I ve been us1ng for three years to Mr Lels and Mr Prrnce and to g1ve It to anyone who can use It as good as I can Joan Meyer, w1ll my sunny dlSp0S1tl0n to Mr Hayduk, so he son't go SOUR on next years semors Judy Mxller w1ll not w1ll a w1ll because a w1ll IS not a Wlll unless you have a w1ll to w1ll a w1ll M1ke M1ller, w1ll an annual to Mrs Workman and a Bulldog Revrew subscr1pt1on to Mr Sluss Rrta M1ller, w1ll a new ladder to Carlene W1lsey to elope w1th Sharon M1ller, w1ll my natural curly ha1r to Jud1e Brrllhart Dave MOIIlS, w1ll my speed and ab111ty to Brll Evans Janet Morr1s, w1ll my house under the street l1ght to L1nda Sroufe Carolyn Musser, w1ll my true red ha1r to Carolyn Hunter Karen Nusbaum, w1ll my shortness to Pat Krstler James Patton w1ll my ab111ty to mmd my own busmess to Sh1rley Lucke Don Redd, w1ll my ab111ty to get through the school year wrthout mjury to Terry Boate Cloyd Rrdenour, w1ll my ab111ty to change flat t1res wrthout lookmg 1n a book to Mr Greenway Emma Ruff w1ll my ab111ty to be qu1et Qsometlmesj to a wonderful krd Jud1e Gary Scott, be1ng of extreme poverty, w1ll only my good looks to any one who wants them Ron Shafer, w1ll No 36 to my brothers and srster Conme Sheperd, w1ll all my future termpapers to Mr Sluss to grade Bob Smlth, w1ll my shm tr1m frgure to Charles Atlas Ray Sroufe, w1ll my famous ha1rcut to my good old fa1thful pal, Mr Hayduk Jamce Stalter, w1ll my termpapers 1n Amerrcan and World HISIOIY to Mr Sluss and all of the the m to Mr I-Iayduk Denn1s A Stemen w1ll all my good Enghsh grades back to J1m Morrls DCHHIS L Stemen w1ll my neat appearance to Denny Putman Harold Stockman, w1ll my ab111ty to get good grades rn speech class to anyone who needs lt Janell Stockton, w1ll my used shorthand notebooks to Mrs Workman Steve Trmmons, w1ll my ablllty to get out of housework to Tony Arnold Carolyn Wade w1ll all Mr Sluss' money to Mr Crrtes Marrlyn Wade w1ll M1ke Relff to all the poor unsuspectrng teachers Marv1n WllklnS, be1ng of sound m1nd and body, w1ll my ab111ty to do nothlng to Charlre Foust Jeamne W1ll1ams w1ll my ab111ty to get along Wlth Mr Sluss to anyone who needs rt Roger Woollum, w1ll Mrs Workman a new gavel to use ln typmg 18 es rn Engl1sh I ' I 7 7 ' , . , . . . 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D. , , P R. " J. iff s G' I 'V ' P r 4 P A WFM Q, J a Q. Y! I Y SED- De esidentg J. Pr rade hG y--10t le tg B. Kink BH esid Pr Grade Foust - -9th 5D. t de Presiden I8 hG aniels- -7t ROW: J. D CK BA I x. N I ai ealy- W: W: W.N RO I DDLE M esident. Pr -8th Grade g- 5 E. Kin I CH esid Pr Grade Evans--11th Presidentg B. rade hG g--12t ber O DC E O cd u. esident. Pr ice V rade hG etzger- -12t t5D.M CH esid Pr Vice ade Ck LaRue - - 8th identg E. ES Pr C9 Vi de fa G 9th hr-- c-Treas.5 C. Lo Se rade hG pbell--9t dnl 5.3 C. C 3 IE c-T cSe ad --10th Gr an SHI as.3 J. Brenn YC Grade Sec-T -7th 5- Holme EN PICTURE ABS Sec-Treas de fd hG llt OH-- g E. Garris c-Trcas. Se de fa G --12th Uian La J. Sec-Treas.3 rade G Sth esident Pr CC Vi radc C dentg C. Stemen--7th SS Pr CC Vi .v-1 Grade Shinn--11th D. 5 ac fc fd U7 fc 3 1 r I l 1 i I i s 1 Ei ,, M 'Wi WA H3 32 Y ' D xwkuxt W4 Q' "nS.:x5:tf:.m in was GRADES 4.5 V-Q TOP ROW: D. Stone, L. Flick, ivi. Rapp. G. Reidenbach, P. Brown, B. Hullinger, L. Vickery, J. Highland, Y. Nunn, M. McCurdy, K. Conway, J. Nealy. A. Libert. MIDDLE ROW: M. Dawson, S. Estes. M. Schmidt, E. Jackson, P. Staver. D. Carl, R. Pollitt, K. Bowers, R. Whipps, Mike Leppir, Mr. L10 Ya. FRONT Row. D. Y Stewart. Diane Bowers, T. Reiff, D. Kowalsky. B. Kizer. T. Brenncman, M. Estes, A. Victor, L. Rex, B. Miller. ABSENT: S. Miles, K. Ditto. 610604 sam Qzade L. to R.. TOP ROW: L. Mumma, D Williams. J. John, C. Miller, J. Holtzapple, D. Hinton. P. Hance. J. Wimer. C. Smith, B. Miller. C. Rader, K. Stemen, A. Baxter. MIDDLE ROW: M. Easton, D. Ver- million, L. Miller. R. Morris. L. Sharr, R. Jamison, R. Broshes, D. Poling, D. Erskine. R. Lammers. D. Routson. Miss Bowers. FRONT ROW M. Hefner. C. Clark. J. Eversole, T Sterling. C. Nichols. G. Ludwig, R. Reser. T. Van Horn. A. Howe. J. Anders. TOP ROW: H. Vickery, J. Troycr, Mathews, G. Klein, C. Sullivan. S. Musselmari, M. Pcpple, A. Price, M Kline, N. Steinbrener, L. Smith. S. Fantz, B. Downing. MIDDLE ROW: J. Miller, R. Whipps. S. Price. V. Sellers, K. Smith. J. Dcvham, R. Kraft, T. Fox, D. Kohlhorst, L. Mc- Donald, D. Longle, J. Hefner, Mrs. Cremean. FRONT ROW: K. Good. C. Mathwig. P. Miller. S. Moor. D. Morris, J. Ladd. B. Redd, S. Robin- son, T. Clum, R. Stinebuck, G. Mauricio. fifrgepae L. to R. TOP ROW: G. Damon, L. Fetter, J. Good, C. Busick, K. Leonard, N. Hollar, S. Biltz, J. Mor- risey, S. Brenneman. SECOND ROW: S. Cummings, C. Kruse, N. McCormack, C. Barnes, L. Bryan, M. Layman, M. Morgret, B. Burk- holder, Miss Parker. FIRST ROW: W. Montgomery, R. Layman, D. Grant, J. I-larve , R. L ons B. Grif- Y Y Y fith, T. Eastom, G. Musser. ii L. to R. TOP ROW: B. McClain, J. Baxter, R. Owsley, M. Shirk, N. Chapman, L. Obenour, C. Redick, P. Schmenk, P. Byers, J. Wysong, S. Kiracofe, J. Nolte, M. Reed. MIDDLE ROW: Mr. Gilliland, Linda Sibold, J. Hawk, B. Laferty, T. Mauck, S. Hawkins, D. Denham, D. Stemen, D. Myers, D. Newell, N. Deane, R. Markwood, D. Newland, Mrs. Eve Nevius. FRONT ROW: M. Forest, B. Fought, B. Poling, M. Warner, D. Farler, K. Carnes, M. Parsons, J. Clum, R. Frankhouser, R. Early. Y -v' s,. .,, 7fa'f47"W TOP ROW: D. Wimer, D. Slechter, M. Sheely, J. Fitzpatrick, C. Shin- delclecker, R. Hunsaker, J. Lapham, L. Foust, D. Ellis, M. Murray, D. Earehart, D. I-licks, C. Brown. SEC- OND ROW: E. Neri, L. Johnson, G. Reynolds, B. Bowers, K. Kidd, C. Wireman, D. Corwin, C. Mason, I. Ramas, M. Chaney, D. Dillon, P. Blaine, Mrs. Garrison. FIRST ROW: B. Longbrake, M. Turner, G. Fruchey, B. Gavalas, K. Crisenbery, V. Stepek, E. Strohl, S. Early, P. Nolte, K. Smith. Not in picture: C Piehl, S. Kratzer. -I I , gn ,A TOP ROW: R. McKee, J. Morrisey, D. Bok, P. Glass, J. Shinabery, S. Mc- Clamahan, D. Coon, P. Shumm, D. Warris, D. Peel, R. Martin, L. Stalter, L. Mason. MIDDLE ROW: J. Ous- lcy, J. McBride, B. Bailey, R. Hous- ton, M. Stemen, L. Sellers, T. Ward, B. Baker, P. Blaine, P. Reynolds, J. Shafer, P. Cox, M. Montgomery, MIS. Van Horn. FRONT ROW: R. Long, S. Kesler, S. Kruse, H. Miller, D. Peters, P. Rig, B. Miller, P. Cusick, J. Neeper, J. Reiff, D. Stirn. JV L. to R. TOP ROW: K. Hamilton, K. Caskey, D. Miller, T. Kennedy, M. Harve, L. Hance, B. Green. MIDDLE ROW: M. Gorman, D. Bercaw, R. Foust, T. Long, T. Gibbs, D. Mayer, M. Huffer, A. Hoover, Mrs. Lora. FRONT ROW: N. Estes, A. Buck- master, P. Dielman, N. Goliver, B. Hoover, A. Foust, J. Harvey, S. Her- man. 70.0.14 Qiddd L. to R. TOP ROW: D. Ruck, K. Buchanan, V. Mullenhour, T. Hunt, D Beerline, C. Allemeier, B. Baker, N. Carter, K. Blair. SECOND ROW: D. Van Gundy, F. McCall, S. Doug- las, D. Lodge, V. Johnson, C. Bivona, D. Downing, S. Hendrickson, Mrs. Crites. FIRST ROW: M. King, J. Anders, J. Hilty, T. Bear, R. Geary, M. Foust, L. Bowman, B. Campbell. f704de I L. to R. TOP ROW: V. Burden, K. Pepple, D. Scully, S. Troyer, P. Scholfield, B. Straham, R. Nevius, J Lee, S. Pierce, S. Grunden, T. Kundert, L. Byers, S. Schmenk, P. Fox, N. Smith. MIDDLE ROW: B. Dyer, S. Lamb, R. Warris, N. Burton L. Sechback, B. Newland, J. Whipps T. Burkholder, N. Buckmaster, J. Starr, G. Early, E. Grant, D. l-little, I. Ramser, S. Benfield, Mrs. Kraft. 1 3 FRONT ROW: N. Roberts, D. Unger, D. Green, S. Peel, K. Piercefield, R. Sherrick, P. Reese, D. Hendrickson, M. Van Horn, M. Griffith, J. Gavalas. TOP ROW: J. Benfield, J. Wiason, T. Miller, J. Shrider, J. Steinbrener, R. Treadway, G. Cook, S. Clark, P. Waltars, R. Treadway, B. Barnt, P. Fox, T. Snider, T. Vickery, M. Mc- Cornack. MIDDLE ROW: J. Hefner P. Higbie, L. Bowers, M. Williams, L. Hall, M. Gordon, S. Budd, E. Ramos, W. Brown, R. Early, C. Scholfield. FRONT ROW: R. Car- ter, D. Sorgen, W. Hullinger, N. Sutton, J. Miller, K. Hefner, C. Crider, L. Wireman, C. Sipe, M. Bunch, K. Hollar, K. Cross. I TOP ROW: S. Kesler, T. Tallman, R. Sharp, J. Steiner, B. Roberts, J. Stemen S. Wilson J Metz er G l l ' g 7 ' McCurdy, P. Kemp, J. Stirn, K. Vic- tor, J. Stein, D. Schmidt, C. Fint. MIDDLE ROW: S. Edwards, D. Kraft, D. McGuire, B. Simerly, D. Musselman, J. Stalter, M. Lybarger, L. Bowers, C. Shulaw, M. McMillen L. Lingle, M. Redd, L. McKee, Mrs. McCaIty. FRONT ROW: G. Brown, P. Wysong, S. Kidd, B. Alexander, D Long, J. Cheney, C. Musser, S. Rouston, C. Gardner, R. Rapp, M. Heil, D. Kraft. ABSENT: Gary Tay- lor, M. Horn. J L. to R. TOP ROW: M. Thompson, M. Askins, L. Ousley, M. Brown, J. Webb, M. Black, M. Gibbs, N. Bu- sick, R. Brenneman, K. McCormack, K. Bell, D. Byers, D. Bowers, D. Holt. SECOND ROW: C. Phylipps, D. Metzger, R. Myers, L. Scheer, B. Ladd, S. Hawk, L. Griffith, N. Hoo- ver, C. Leiser, B. Deane, S. Roberts, B. Dyer, Mrs. Kurtz. FIRST ROW: T. Lehman, B. Buetner, L. Boothby, G. Wilsey, E. Mason, F. Zerbe, D. Kohlhorst, D. Libert, B. Hilyard, D. Lybarger, S. Gilliland. cg- vwwgmde L. to R. TOP ROW: D. Bice, C. Gibbs, M. Long, B. Chaney, E. Mar- tin, T. Ellis, D. Black, W. Smith, W. Glaze, B. Good, P. Shumm, D. Bible, B. Strohl, T. Nolte. SECOND ROW: K. Armstrong, S. Hoy, B. Musser, S. Foust, J. Ward, J. Snider, G. Mason, C. Hendrickson, G. Cotter- man, S. Holtzapple, R. Miller, G. Houston, R. Reynolds, Mrs. Brenne- man. FIRST ROW: H. Cotterman, K. McCormack, C. Holtzapple, L. Kline, L. Brenneman, F. Mack, D. Clark, J. Querry, L. Chandler, M. Denham. Q L. to R. TOP ROW: D. Ellis, E. Nichols, C. Sroufe, L. Hermanson, K. Kizer, R. Slechter, B. Stockton, K. Renner, S. Eastom, J. l-lullinger, D. Hyde, B. Rabley, F. Spencer, J. Beckman, D. Ruck, L. Peters. SECOND ROW: D. Ireland, S. Reese T. Spears, E.. Layman, R. Sibold, J. Hoover, R. Kraft, C. Burton, P. Wisswasser, M. Harshbarger, C. Cox, J. Lingle, J. Hadding, D. Miller, Mrs. May. FIRST ROW: S. Witham P. McConnell, D. Nungester, L. Leh- man, C. Ward, D. Fredricks, C. Willett, D. Sullivan, M. Baker, S. McLean, M. Alexander. S . Qfacawfcl L. to R. TOP ROW: S. Wallace, S. Miller, L. Long, B. Gromen, P. Swickrath. B. Warner, C. Slade, J. Hinds, G. Broshes, B. Obenour, T. VanHorn, R. Edwards, D. Barnes, K. Hermanson, S. Crider. SECOND ROW: B. Mauk, R. Kahler, G. Coon, D . Hunt, D. Reynolds, J. Kowalsky, B. Taylor, B. Thomas, D. Fredericks R. Jamison, B. Newland, W. Murray R. Lohr, Mrs. Smith. FIRST ROW: B. Daniels, S. Wimer, R. Price, K. Kline, G. Mignin, J. Brenneman, T. Bear, S. Sigler, N. Mumma, D. New land, E. Schmidt. LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Hawk, S. Wireman, M. Nixon, J. Jackson, D. Miller, S. Derringer, R. Stephens, E. Carlson, S. Berry, D. Highbie, L. Mefferd, D. Redick. SECOND ROW: J. Johns, C. Berifield, C. Montgomery, T. Mauck, D. Daniels, G. Bowers, L. Bok, S. Lapham, R. Weber, D. Down- ard, Mrs. Jacobs. FIRST ROW: G. Schultz, S. Downing, G. Shaffer, C. McC1ish, D. Renner, B. Baker, R. Clark, L. Geise, S. Harris, M. Hin- ton. SecoadQz4de L. to R. TOP ROW: D. Maxwell, C. Hefner, D. McCormack, S. Ma- loney, C. Zuber, K. Kolb, D. New- land, T. Black, P. Shulaw, J. Markwood, SECOND ROW: B. Hittle, F. Hawkins, L. Foust, J. Schmidt, C. Sutton, M. Estes, S. Morris, R. Morvay, N. Priddy, C. Nichols, G. Johnson, Mrs. Evans. FIRST ROW: S. Bailey, C. Spurbeck B. Bowers, R. Bice, D. Brady, R. Schmenk, R. Stalter, K. Johnston. M. Furry, D. Oder. Not in Picture: D. Bowman, R. Parsons, Rise Horn. I L. to R. TOP ROW: D. Owsley, L. Lyons, D. Liggett, D. Early, L. Laferty, D. Gracely, R. Kiracofe, G. Hall, M. Cummings, S. Goodenough A. Sherrick, K. Stemen, J. Simerly. SECOND ROW: P. Downing, K. Buckmaster, P. Kraft, J. Lybarger, M. Mason, L. Conkle, R. Johnson, C. Good, L. O'Neil, G.Rothe, G. Graham, Mrs. Strayer. FIRST ROW: M. Flick, L. Sprang, W. Swickrath, D. Wilkins, L. Stewart, S. Sevitz, D. Carl, B. Routson, W. Hullinger, D. Grant, M. Swartz. Z L. to R. TOP ROW: B. Lee, P. War- ner, S. Anders, D. Bowman, J. Brown S. Radulovich, H. Stoddard, R. Springer, T. Allemeier, R. Smith, D. Liggett, P. Cheney. SECOND ROW: B. McKee, R. Mason, M. Bowers, C. Klutch, P. Hall, S. Bivona, J. Kemph R. Kline, K. Stein, M. Ball, Mrs. Stirn. FIRST ROW: J. Hollar, K. Kieswetter, R. Cusick, J. Meyers, D. Kleman, M. Shrider, P. Good, J. Friedman, R. Miller, T. McKinney. Not in Picture: S. Van Dyke, C. Crider. 5 7oucQmde L. to R. TOP ROW: L. Kohli, C. Frankhouser, B. Hinds, J. Gordon, K. Hance, C. Fruchey, A. Hersh, R. Kizer, D. Jackson, C. Hermon. SECOND ROW: M. Joseph, M. Hoo- ver, G. Cotterman, N. Gaskey, R. Hawk, S. Kidd, M. Hawk, D. Good, M. Burgoon, R. Hadding, Mrs. Holtzapple. FIRST ROW: G. High- land C. lmler R Harve' K Kahler Y Y ' y I ' M. Graham, S. Grant, D. Hefner, A. Foltz, C. Foard, M. Glass, N. Good. 1 quafea Zami L. to R. TOP ROW: P. Miles, M. Nolte, C. Morris, B. Morris, T. Poling, J. Milburn, T. Larimore, W. Lee, P. Arnold, D. Klein. MIDDLE ROW: D. Layman, T. Miller, B. Bryan, D. Musser, S. McBride, L. Murray, M. Mason, C. Miller, T. Murrya, Mrs. Johns. FRONT ROW: R. Lamb, D. McClish, J. Gossard, G Griffith, P. Moore, K. Kratzer, M. Miller, M. Redmon, J. Piehl, M. Kruse. Dux.- TOP ROW: R. Williams, B. Lein- back, J. Musser, P. Mignin, R. Wilson, K. Miller, P. Zerbe, L. Mil ler, T. Wilson. MIDDLE ROW: G. Brown, D. Shaffer, S. McLean, C. Wright, D. Miller, J. Zuercher, L. Kinkle, C. Warner, D. Van Gundy. Mrs. Prince. FRONT ROW: C. Kershner, M. Crider, M. Fanaif, V. Warner, C. Ford, R. Pickering, E. Oley, P. Ludwig, P. Miles. wc TOP ROW: J. Budd, F. Bell, E. Con- kle, M. Carpenter, D. Denlinger, L. Croft, R. Askins, J. Bresco, S. Brillhart, Randall Boothby. MIDDLE ROW: P. Burnett, S. Burden. L. Bible, G. Brown, P, Brenneman, G. Brown, L. Daugherty, N. Edwards, W. Budd, R. Armstrong, G. Kizer. FRONT ROW: K. Bowman, J. Bur- ton, J. Evers, M. Baxter, W. Reed. R. Covault, M. Brenneman, T. Lap- ham, J. Alexander, M. Baxter. - xf 41 r'- .4 Q51 55 Vfh1r: 1 Nf'TMf . Q . N, 'Qin N, 3. J . L. 'lf .:..:. M. ll '- ' VY f 4 - W, M 61575-s U-ig .,.,, .b ,. ,gg if x 'F as. F x M Jr 5 2. f ,M . . 'Q-:H -af , f' , ' V r - 'ZHEV 1. , 4 , M- A,-:' 2 ' ,nu- N.-Q Y 4 I 4--. 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N 4' . . ff li fel-'D W? fi f"N 'P' QOL g?-' I.. to R. TOP ROW: Mr. Wollenhaupt, J. Hefner, R. Morris, J. Sorgen, S. Smith, K. Reese, R. Howard, P McClain K. Wilson. THIRD ROW: D. Kohlhorst, R. Whipps, G. Damon, J. Holtzapple, P. Miller, T. Rabley J Hermon S Gracely, C. Obenhaur, K. Hance, J. Kayser, M. Philpott. SECOND ROW: S. Cummings, T. Clum L Bryan K Smith, S. Grant, A. Baxter, B. Miller, D. Stewart, S. Sutton, K. Leist, C. Dietrick, D. Early. FRONT ROW S Lawerence, J. Clum, M. I-lertzog, P. Staver, R. Whipps, B. Kizer, D. Erskine, S. Howard, J. Eversole S Price B Miller. ' Zend 77KZoto7fKamloSmea6oz4f?aJq7Zoc2ze77Z46efwl The Junior Band is made up of students of the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. The purpose of this band is to better prepare the students for the Var- sity Band and to help their future music interests. This band is under the direction of Mr, Wollenhaupt and is in the second year of practice. This group, combined with 60070 private study will help to supplement the Varsity band in the future. The Junior Band teaches the students the basic music fundamentals and allows the students to acquaint themselves with group playing, It also teaches them the relationship of their own instrument or section to the entire group. It teaches the students the music terms and their application and general musicianship. They learn the marching fundamentals which in the future will help the Varsity Marching Band. Continued interest in this band is pro- ducing some very favorable results. 60 1' "H2Il.Men.Men! ls THAT ALL You KNOW To COL- sruoem Acnvmes 61 TNQ XR, b51 an-1 vi-ax-7 -annqnainu-s 4"'-wvmfm si 4 V,-Q L 70 T" 245 . ' if A s " TOP ROW: D. Vandemarkg C. Campbellg S. Luckeg E. Montgumaryg D. Dittog P. Busickg G Shirkg L. Stemeng B. Howardg J. Millerg B. Miller. 3rd ROW: J. Brillhartg K. Sroufeg D. Adamsg S. Bonebrightg B. Cheneyg C. Kruseg R. Coffeeg P. Foustg C. Kruseg J. Cooligeg S. Nixong P. Patton. 2nd ROW: L. Bercawg S. Baraillouxg K. Musselamng G. Coolidgeg B. Timmonsg D. Busickg D. Davidsong D. Kohlhorstg S. Morrisg K. Briggsg K. Nusbaumg Mrs. Lawrence. lst ROW: J. Stemeng K. Arnoldg C. Musserg K. Donovang J. Meyerg D. McKinneyg S. Dobbsg E. Arrnertroutg N. Rader. M. Fanoff. 7awz- Tatu fa., Upazoul Future Homemakers of America is composed of girls from grades 9-12 who have had at least one year of Home Economics. The purpose ofthe organization are as follows: fly To promote a growing appreciation of the Joys and satisfactions of homemaking. C23 To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. C35 To encourage democracy in home and community life. Q43 To work for good home and family life for all. Q53 To promote international good will. C65 To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. C75 To provide wholesome individual and group recreation. Q81 To further interest in home economics. The distinquishing colors are red and white. The colors are symbolic of youth--youth which has courage and determination to succeed, yet has innocence and purity. lt is also symbolic of home life, and the success of which is of utmost importance. The motto of the Future Homemakers of America, Toward New Horizons, expresses the purpose ofthe organization--learning to live setter lthldy in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow. 67 QMAKIQ . eow HV ' 1 3? 4 D rf' of El 5 3' :IQ 41 x Nfw Hog , ,A W --i...i....-.... . W 'a d ' L ,lg W.. iv , . , W , ,vw Q x ff X , ,...,..,.---W-...-.....,.. .f- .I . any Mm., 4 Q ve fiij' A Y 1? 10- 3. W dh" I Q 2 , A 585 S V ,fin-ess 5 V' iii 'wU"1 f"'l""f?L ' W ,'9?f"'N ' if ffm, ,., wi :i n jmxl 2 x N my , N WL 'lb , W ff' 4 , s 1 ' , f wwf 2 wwf f-if 2: 90 " ' ' ,1 ,a 5 , -o 4' , ,n- V ' - :Qi -N n v : g. ,g gif? 'Lawn . . ij' wi A 591.1 1 ' J ' .-'sd 'X , 1 a,' . fu 'Y W fi X . 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'K we 5 :J 4- , ,-in 8 . 4 'fr' LX ' A 'ian ., -+s 73: .-Q . f 1 1 , 1 4 1'5" V c E. 542 3 4 Q sr, 1 1' n. f , 4 . 4 5 .4 P p V J Q- if ', QQ -4 ll L I fill' l ilu 601604 avg, The Junror Class of Elrda Hrgh School presented the comedy Nothrng But The Truth on February 5 and 7 The cast was composed of srx grrls and frve boys wrth Tony Arnold and Penny Lodge takrng the boy and grrl leads The three act comedy was wrrtten by James Montgomery and drrected at Elrda by Mr Robert Whrt trngton Act I begrns rn the rnterror of a broker's offrce rn one of the prrncrpal uptown hotels An argument begrns about whether a broker should tell the truth to hrs clrents E M, Ralston Cweldon Grthensj, Drck Donnelly CTon Krrwanj, and Clarence Van Dusen Urm Shaferj, all partners, bet Robert Bennett QTony ArnoldJ 310,000 that he could not tell the truth for 24 hours Robert rn the meantrme had taken 310,000 of E M Ralston's daughter, Gwen QPenny Lodgej, to rnvest rt rn somethrng worthwhrle Robert goes through all krnds of torture to prevent the rest from knowrng he has Gwcn's money Besrdes he has to keep Gwen from knowrng he used her money for the bet Robert struggles thru a sleepless nrght only to be faced the next day wrth more questrons from hrs tormentors Gwen questrons hrs love for her and wants to know what he drd wrth her money Whrle tryrng to evade these questrons, trrne runs out for the bet Robert emerges the wrnner not only of the bet, but also Gwen 70 , l 0 , lt, T V5 ' 1 l- . 4, Q u- we , ,' ,J t' :Y : , . " l 0 Vis . I V! I-1 , W I ,iz i Z a ' , ' ' 'gig YK ,gf J f ffw ., ,,,.., G ,A , , W V 's . Vp J 'Y 0' 4 3 I ? .s . 3 l A .i-vkc K -il- , - . --K - CJ -L 1-Q kg., lbw! if Z! A , Y , - -1 - X Xlfgvw i'?1-Q if V , -Q- 9t!l JI F E If if 3 The farce comedy "Campbe11s Are Coming," written by Jay Tobias and directed by Mrs, Nester was presented by the Senior Class of Elida High School. At the time the annual went to press, the cast had not been chosen. The cast consisted of five boys and five girls. This is not a Scotch play but a hilarious farce with hillbilly trimmings describing the most effective technique for getting rid of an undesirable suitor. ln order to keep Kaye from marrying a snob, the members of the family dress up as hillbillies to frighten off his family when they come to make their first visit. One riotously funny situation fol- lows another in rapid succession. There's a laughing climax that no normal audience can resist. if NJ .'L.nr---M TOP ROW, Left to Right: K. Arnold, L. Stemen, K. Buettner, K. Chapman, L. Long, S. Nunn, J. Pruess, M. Lay- man, P. Wright, B. Thompson, M. Gracely. MIDDLE ROW: M. Lohr, N. Davis, S. Bonebright, L. Wood, C. Fantz, B. Timmons, B. Cheney, J. Altenburger, N. Radar, C. Wilsey, J. Brillhart, J. Raabe, M. Ehresman. FRONT ROW J. Hollar, D. Hefner, M. LaRue, C. Musser, E. Ruff, S. Miller, J. Laman, K. Nusbaum, W. Long, Mrs. Workman. 7. Z. A ,-4. Shame X249 gaalneaa Wana! The Future Business Leaders of America, which is affiliated with the State and National Organi- zation, is sponsored by the United Education Association. The purposes of this organization is to advance business occupations and to encourage students to prepare for the business field. Only those students enrolled in business subjects are eligible for membership in this organization. Local meetings are held once a month with special meetings called when necessary. The programs of these meetings feature personnel speakers or panels of businessmen and women. The Elida Chapter was the recipiant of the Gold Seal Award which is presented to those chapters with outstanding local programs. The chapter deserves much recognition as there have only been four chapters in Ohio receiving this award in previous years, The chapter was also named the outstanding chapter in Ohio in l958 at thc state convention. They also took 2nd place in Parliamentary Procedure. Their Local Chapter Exhibit took Znd place at the National Convention. The officers are: Pres., Emma Ruffg V.P., Sharon Millerg Sec., Janice Lamang Treas., Murna LaRue, Reporter, Carolyn Musser. 'ij I Qiih LQ235- . pf - 4 x 5, R W ,ff '- L fm y i M 411 df 1, 'g' . M, 4,'s' ,, ', A gif wi' , ffv ,, :.bix.5.gk g5,g4'5aQ I fi f v ,elf Q? 4? 5, , wif, i Y' f . I ' S v' Y if' 1 37- z g Wh -. v if .J R' f 1. " , . ..97.z?1 .E i ,I , .- . a 1' f f? , Q, Q., , '-Wt" ' 'QVESEQJ' .-- 0. ,, -,4 -x I . 1 3 ' mf' 5 ' ,A '23 gn - qwgyf x IJWQ -5:5 gf 71 N , 3 + N H M, U as FRONT ROW: S. Foust, J. Price, J. Pruess, P. Lodge, S. Chapman, Iviiss Edwards, M. Layman, K. Holtzapple, N. Davis, J. Raabe, C. Knight. 2nd ROW: J. Sodders, J. Hollar, D. Hefner, B. Layman, M. LaRue, S. Cook, L. Had- ding, M. Gracely, J. Parrott, S. Morris, M. Lapham, J. Stockton, J. Brillhart. 3rd ROW: K. Buettner, C. Faunce, J. Turner, L. Wood, C. Wilsey, B. Cheney, D. Broshes, B. Timmons, K. Musselman, P. Foust, D. Ward, E. Garrison, S Nunn BACK ROW'M Miller K Kizer B McGahan L Stemeri L Sroufe K Cha man M. Pollitt P. Busick . . . . , . , . , . , . , . p , , A. Lodge, C. Pierce, C. Wade, M. Wade. , ' 'Q ' j4 74 60604 . . . Sdaauu Seam fqdzl Adam! The Elida High School Girls' Athletic Association is an organization composed of girls in grades lu-l2. The purpose of the G.A.A. is to increase athletic activity among Senior High girls, to raise the level of sportsmanship and fair play in the Elida High School, and to supply the girls' physical education department with extra equip- ment whenever finances make it possible. The G.A.A. has already given money towards the purchase of a trampoline, two ping-pong tables and equipment, badminton rackets, and volleyballs. Another activity which has become quite popular with our G.A.A. is the playing of basketball with G.A.A. organizations of area schools. Our general activities include the sponsoring ofthe Homecoming Dance and Christmas Dance. G.A.A. Basketball Scores: Elida 6 Lima State Hospital 36 Elida 8 Shawnee 30 Elida 34 Gomer 16 Elida 37 Gomer 28 I l il TOP ROW,Left to Right: T. Boate fNot in Jr. Achievementj, K. Fair, R. Woollurng J. Ehresrnan fNot in Jr. Achievementjg C. Follasg D. Redd, C. Pierce, B. Kline, L. Creek. 2nd ROW: J. Morris fNot in Jr. Achievementjg S. Morrisg K. Holtzappleg K. Donovan QNot in Jr. Achievementlg S. Foustg J. Turner, D. Leist, R. Miller. lst ROW: J. Altenburgerg L. Bercawg B. Kline, S. Searfoss, E. Garrison, J. Daniels. Skaylaetgdda 7!!a44aa,zJ,f77Kea4ad70omavaj?a4aze44l Junior Achievement at Elida School is now in its second year. lt is sponsored by local businessmen, industries, and service clubs. Junior Achievement gives boys and girls experience in record keeping, producing and selling goods or services, paying and receiving wages, and using capital. Each company, which consists of young men and women between the ages of fifteen and nineteen, chooses a name, selects products which it will produce, and applies for a charter. Each company has three advisors: a sales advisor, a production advisor, and a business advisor. After the company has chosen its product, it must sign a lease for a room in which the product will be manufactured. The company also has to purchase the raw materials for the product. Each member ofa company sells stocks to raise money for the payment of the materials and the leased room. Each member works on the manufacture of the product for which he receives hourly wages and sells the product for a commission. Any member of the company who is absent from three successive weekly meetings of the com- pany shall lose his membership. lf he presents an excuse acceptable to the president and the business advisor, he is automatically reinstated as a member. Kathy Holtzapple is in Osja Leathers which is manufacturing key cases, coin purses, wallets, and pocket savers Carol Pierce, Sandra Morris, and Jo An Altenburger are in the Lexco Company which is producing tool boxes and a yarn novelty. Susan Foust and Ellen Garrison, are in Nocico which is making breadboards in the shape of pigs. Don Redd is in the Bal-Trivco Company. Larry Creek and Bill Kline are in the Belco Company which is making Christmas decorations. Rita Miller, Connie Follas, Karen Fair, and Donna Leist are in the So-Kem-Gro Company which is manufacturing plant food. Roger Woollum is in the latel Company which is producing telephone-desk sets. Sally Searfoss is in the Westinghouse Company. Laura Bercaw and Becky Kline belong to lli-'lime which has a weekly radio program on Wednesday, 8:30 p.m. We feel that Junior Achievement has proved to be a great success and we wish them the best of luck in the future! 76 TOP ROW, I.. to R.: K. Chapman, N. Miller, S. Timmons, T. Boate, H. Stockman, R. Woollum, Mr. Hayduk, J. Boate, J. Ehresman, D. Kesler, J, Raabe, T. Arnold, B. Hilty. THIRD ROW: B. Thompson, K, Kirer, D. Leist, K. Fair, L. Sroufe, J. Preuss, C. Follas, C. Pierce, K. Donovan, P. Sullivan. A. Muurico, C. Shepherd, M. Grant, J. Meyer. SECOND ROW: K. Buetner, M. Miller, J. Sodders, M. Lapham, R. Miller, D. Ward, K. Holtzapple, S. Morris, C. Hunter, K. Musselman, J. Altenburger, S. Bonebright, J. Parrott. FIRST ROW: C. Fuunce, P. Lodge, D. Hefner, J. Hollar, S. Chapman, C. Maloney, M. Holtzapple, S. Dodds, J. Raabe, J. Morris, J. Brillhart, C. Wilsey, N. Rader. I S4414 Slaaadag 075444 14:60:91 The Elida Senior and Junior Dramatics Club, known officially as the Stagetrotters, was organized on November 2, 1955 in conjunction with the National Thespiau Organization. The purpose of the club is to enable the mem- bers to become better acquainted with dramatic procedures and techniques in order to enjoy the art of dramatics to a fuller extent. The club produces many various types of production during the school year. Club directors are Mr, Crites and Mr. llayduk. 77 Z E F5 TOP ROW: D. Davidson, K. Buettner, E. Montgomery, D. Ditto, J. Raabe, J. Brenneman, S. Morris, K. Holtzapple, J. Coolidge. BOTTOM ROW: B. Deane, V. I-Ioltzapple, J. Daniels, J. Laman, S. Foust, D. Broshes, B. Hilty,J. Huber 744 ' gaawz wmv fqud swam., 1 D. Davidson--364.50 S, Foust--3530.50 R. Coffee--325.10 J. Daniels--349.29 D. Earhart--330.04 D. Foust--3524.79 D, Ditto--345.50 B. Deane--329.41 J. Brenneman--524.78 B. Hilty--S4410 J, Coolidge--3328.58 I, Wimer--324,00 V. iloltzapple--342.50 R. Shafer'-327.79 K. Holtzapple--336.29 B. Best--327,00 The yearly magazine drive is sponsored by the MEMORIES Staff in order to finance the publication of the an- nual. The classes from Freshmen to Senior compete in selling subscriptions with the winning class receiving 350, The class of 1960 won this first prize for the third straight year. The Freshmen won the second prize of 325. In addition to competition among classes, the students competed for personal prizes. Top salesmen are listed on this page. 78 '41 fu-M. - .gif Q 'N 2 - 4' R' f ,fjf fi ' N' an f- 'A if y dl rt Mas o- ff., ,J V ff X4 1 See +s'i' 'sk ww Xm 5 ,, 4' li o ,QE QQWQ M Exec+uc 1' Y o-'fe S' rdoxl 41- 5+ 0 uf Q Q 1 ,XX 'fx FYJCN it H"' 5 ,M ,,, W n .. l l V E5 ol 0 ..- ny ' A Ek PE' N , J I L -T I I Q rx i ov Ysi 3 -1 n u 7 sd if 2 Q L ul""' A B , Q. - 9-. . 6, THU B0 x Cvazle rivers ' 0411 """' J -, ' 5 - 0 wt, 1, Pd' Xl". y , W Cm , a,,.5,, MY: n. -1 Aww 4K W 5 70444 7044 I0 264449001 Wow I L..,,r Mar 'ltr' i se ? tri 5:5 5:- 5:5 If -1 ' af MISS Awvgynn- .3-ual? HHIIW 'V Ill Ml NTT B ' E R R 2 l i won omo SRWMENT IL-DAD or , Tweunnsns Ld 1900100051 R-Lfo. 5 gong aan coatecmdi Wfuwdgacfd-Woazelfvwfgboqandgddfqbbwwl 4 nn. as 3 I.. to R.: S. Searfross, J. Wal ters, V. Holtz- apple, L. Sharr, S. Kidd, B. Howard, D, Kohl horst, N. Buck- master, R. Erskine. - l , - ' . 1 7 . Q 1 . . 4" A . I 1 O .4 U - 1- x I 1 - . N ' Q 'xx - 1-A . . , YY 9 3 fa l I ' P, ,ta . 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Griffitn Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec School begrns Olymprcs L C C holds Elrda to 0 O tre F B L A meetrng Student Councrl meets wrth Mrke Mrller as Presrdent Bulldogs overwhelm Forest Q28 OJ Senror Prctures Taken Thrs Week Magazrne Drrve Starts Grove overcomes Bulldogs Q20 OJ Y M C A Dance Elrda whrps Bluffton Prrates Q46 123 Nulty comes for grade prctures Elrda Lafayette 24 16 Cheerleaders hold dance Magazrne Drrve ends Junrors won' ' Elrda Pandora 30 0 Homecomrng Queen Joyce Hollar Dance Sponsored by the G A A Elrda Delphos Jefferson Q22 62 Bulldog Revrew out today Rockford 12 No School Teacher s Meetrng Coach has slrght drsagreement wrth a few players Spencervrlle 32 Elrda 34 Elrda 32 Bath 54 Explorers throw hayrrde Athletes er mrtted' Hooray' ' Bulldog Revrew made rt Just four days latej Carnrval Krng B111 and Queen Judre Basketball starts Elrda 51 Columbus Grove 32 Basketball Elrda 41 Lrma Shawnee 49 Basketball Bluffton 35 Elrda 40 Elrda 46 Wapak 37 Annual Staff s work a Whew' Deadlrne made Spencervrlle 45 Elrda 47 Van Wert 58 Elrda 43 Bath 37 Elrda 57 G A A Chrrstmas Dance Dec an an an an an an an an an an e Fe Fe e Fe C e Fe Fe Mar Mar Mar Mar Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Aprrl Ma May Ma May Ma May St Mary s 57 Elrda 48 Lafayette 31 Elrda 41 Senror General Scholarshrp Tests Gomer 47 Elrda 45 College Nrght Shawnee Hrgh School No School Good Old Furnace Elrda 5 Delphos Jefferson 49 No School Love that Water Strll No School' Also strll no school Basketball Beaverdam 43 Elrda 75 Basketball Elrda 61 Ada 50' G A A won one 34 16 over Gomer Junror Class Play Basketball Elrda 55 Harrod 66 Junror Class Play Rarned a l1ttle'P'7 6 rn school basement NO SCHOOL' Boy rs rt wet Strll no school Student Councrl Assembly Class AA Tournament Elrda vs Lrma Senror Hrgh School Last nrght Underdog Lrma Senror over comes a surprrsed Elrda team' Student Vrsrtatron Day Columbus Grove Student Councrl Dance P T A apprecratron drnner No School Easter Vacatron Prelrmrnary Drstrrct State Scholarshrp Tests All Sports Banquet Sth grade tests Honor Socrety Banquet Lafayette Ada Frnal Drstrrct Scholarshrp tests Prom Date tentatrvely set Northwest Track Meet Pandora Baccalaureate Commencement School Out' ' ' . 3-- ' . . 3U-- . 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L. 49 a Shawnee im L 41 lida E 27 Columbus Grove Elida 40 35 Bluffton Elida 40 30 Lima Shawnee Elida 38 18 Bluffton Elida 34 24 Wapak Blume Elida 38 31 Spencerville Elida 39 26 Van Wert Elida 21 36 a Bath im L Elida 39 :scot- d'C'JU3 L: Z u as 'T' 92 SES- zen' ,QE .JNO uJ..:LD oooo mmf? mmm 'U-U-cz --4..-4.-4 l1ll10r-1 Luuatu 33 Delphos Jefferson Ellda 22 22 Beaverdam Elida 41 ID CD Q' IN 'U E K1 I-4 'U G3 'C I ff' O CN Q' N GI 'U 'U --4 --4 --4 v-1 U-I LQ 40 1 Van De 42 lida E 37 Wapak Blume Elida 46 47 Spencerville Elida 45 58 Van Wert Elida 43 37 Lima Bath Elida 57 51-45 rnco-sr '12 323- EAU ,QE .Jeno v:..:LD xv-11.0 vvrv NMFS 'U'U'U 222113 mmm 49 Delphos Jefferson 50 lida E 43 l'Tl 3 rd Beave 75 Elida ococn roconn 6 'U QQ mi: 'Umm 4215 v-from wmv mmm '1:J'U"J -...--..... l11l-411 LU!-Ll!-Ll 97 Toumey igh 71 H I io Sen 3 Lim 44 lida E ,4,-.--b Q!! 'I XXI A J. Boate J. Desenberg Evans X! XJ Nu! N, ,W M A 1 BULLDOGS D. Bowe . I , XJ, O rs 98 5 """'--.. M. Miller -Q Q' x., x! Y 0 Q?'f FRONT ROW: C. Leeg D. Garrisong A. Gambleg B. Shafcrg G. Bowersg R. Hartoon. SECOND ROW: A. High- landg T. Grapnerg D. Lohrg R. Kraftg D. Tumerg K. Vandemzukg E. Hartleyg C. Mixong lvl. Nolteg Mr. John Stevenson. THIRD ROW: K. Jacksong T. Sheelyg D. Johnsong H. Davis5 T. Myersg T. Estesg G. Speesg L. Thompsong B. Highlandg D. Shinng D. Ciscog D. Kowalsky. TOP ROW: E. Jaclsong T. Frysingerg D. Pattong R. Huff, F. Fordg K. Foustg W. Rileyg H. Kruseg H. Foustg R. Welkerg B. Fantzg M. Jameson. Puff: ,4uz.,a4 vzfam ffm www: Junior High Football Scores 8th Grade Basketball Scores Elida 6 Columbus Grove 32 Ellda 19 Columbus Grove 30 Elida Spencerville 0 Elida l-Iarrod Elida 12 Lafayette-Jackson 0 Elida Perry Elida Lima Bath 22 Elida Cairo Elida Delphos Jefferson 0 Elida Bluffton , . . Elida Lafayette Junror Hrgh Varslry Basketball Scores Euda Delphos Jefferson Ellda 25 Columbus Grove 30 Ehda Lima Shawnee gjrrxd ii Elida Spencerville 4 Elida Lima Bath Elrda 30 Bluffton 34 Elida Ada Elida 20 Lafayette Jackson 39 Ehda Bcavcrdam Elida 28 Delphos Jefferson 31 Elma Gomer Elida 21 Lima Shawnee 29 Elma Cairo Elida 23 Speucerville 20 Ellda 18 Lima Bath 31 Tth Grade Basketball Scores Elrda 21 Ada 43 Elma Cairo Elida 25 Beaverdam 30 Elma Lima Shawnee Elida 43 Gomer 30 Elma Lima Bam Allen County Tournament Elma Cairo Elida 23 Spencerville 26 100 W o ..- of l U0 L E f QUU4 v Q l I ' -Ar . Left to Right, BACK ROW: Coach Princeg D. Wagnerg R. Sroufeg H. Strayer P Lodgeg J. Desenbergg M. Millerg G. Hermon. FRONT ROW: R. Shaferg B. John B. Evansg R. Bowersg D. Bowersg D. Morris. 7955 Semi- ' ' ZDaau.674'fa,7l4l4ant77tmwa'14:ze64l Lafayette -Jackson Beaverdam Columbus Grovc Lima Senior Iligh Reserve Harrod Lima Bath Spencervillc Gomer Allen County Spcncervillc Lima Bath Elida Opponent Sectional Tournament 6 Willshire 1 'T Glandorf 5 ll Lima Bath 8 District Tournament 6 St, Henry 3 14 Regional Tournament 6 Lake 8 Dcslilcr 2 13 State Tournament Tournament Goshen 0 12 102 s 4 r if j O LX 04 wa' Q 41 I Xa 4 5 EQ wf , 'Ld-A tk? V .eq Q4 it '. K v- . I f i-'ggi' lug ? , Q., PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 105 Compliments Compliments Of Of WIMA-RADIO WIMA-TV MOHLER'S FLOWERS 1150 on A'M' 1052-1060 Bellefontaine Avenue 1021 on FJVI. Channel 35 Lima Ohio Phone CA 9-77o1-CA 5-9711 Lima Ohio Compliments of BLACKI E'S MARKET STRONG, STRONG 8. STRONG and Architects WEST STREET HARDWARE 2315 North West Street Llma Ohm Llma Ohlo Qr fig' ,Aff QXXIIH x CREDIT WITH HART 126 west men stain smoaweek DIAMONDS -WATCHES - SIIVEIIWARE - RADIOS - WGGAGE ' APPLIANCES Terms as low as Compliments Of THE TIP TOP SANDWICH SHOP 312 N. Main Street Lima Ohio Lxma Congratulatzons Class 0 59 Furnlture Appliances Carpet Kltchens S Furnlture RENZ s BAKERY Appliance Slnce 1887 Ohlo Three oors ualzty Home Furnzshmgs at Fazr Przces Phone CA 6 1781 Lou Bmdel Imanagerl 210-212 S Mam St 5-6-,Q '14 Compllmenfs of Colonel Nassar 107 COMPLIMEN TS OF FIRST NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY OF LIMA Five Convenlent Off1CCS Public Square Cook Tower East Elm and Bellefontame Allentown Road and Kemlworth and Spencerv1lle O Federal Reserve System FDIC Congrafulahons fo the Class of 59 STAY CALM DON T LOSE YOUR HEADS fThls ad sponsored by the Naflonal Assoc: hon of African Mau Mausj Nclrobl Keny 108 D , 9 . , 0 Member: 1 I . . .G . . . G Compliments Of SHAFER'S MEAT MARKET 226 Miller Ave. CA 4-5771 E. C. McGahan Phone CA 2-3908 R-VILLE "Fine Furniture and Appliances FREE 2185 N West Street POULSTCN DRUG COMPANY 702 North Cable Road "Service Is Our Business" Prescription Specialists OPEN EVERY DA Y including SUNDA YS 42 HOLIDA YS 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. PICK UP AND DELIN ERY SERVICE 109 Compliments Lzma s Newest Store WIECHART S PHARMACY Prescrlptlons our speclalty Llma Ohio MUSSER'S SOHIO SERVICE Dick Mussel' S. Joe Pontlng 2115 North West Street Lxma Ohxo HAROLD S SUPERMARKET Park and Save On North West St off Robb Ave Where Ma Saves Pa s Dough Llma Ohlo Cheers to the Leader or always having just what the student body wants in Teen Pan Alley for glrls on the 2nd Floor Annex and 1n the Store for Hlgh School Men Hlgh Street Entrance THE LEADER Llma Ohlo Im l The Soviet Unlon congratulates the comrades In the class of 59 Sn I ncore y Uncle Nik fa Krushy Khrushchev Mosco Nov 8 1959 OHIO EQUITY EXCHANGE CO. wholesale CHAIN-FEED-FERTILIZER Lima Ohio EW LIMA.0l'lI0 115 N. ELIZABETH '-29.75.-.i.5.5.3.l'..':':':':5:i.' 5' V r '-:-:-: Prom Formals 322.98 up Dinner Jacket Rental If It's Worth Protectlng, It Should Be Insured wlth DAVISSON SOLIDAY SULLIVAN All Forms 0 Insurance Llma 1002 National Bank Bldg Llma Ohlo Welcome" North West Street KIDDIELAND pzcnzcs bzrthdays e c Ohlo Going Once Gomg Twice Two elderly splnsters were dlscusslng a thlrd PREFERENCE We sold one old mold I see Josle IS fmally en Her husband came totternng home at 3 A M and she gqged was up to greet hum Well You re home at last You ve N09 really gqgd her fngnd m surprise How did decided home IS the best place offer all IS that lt7 shg land q man? Home sand hubby IS the only place that s open She saw his picture IH the Post Office ond lust Cl? fl'IlS hour offered SIO0 more than the polnce were blddmg ll CG I I 0 - . . t . I . H ,, . . H . . . V . ll, , . . ., u - n 1 1 . . . 1 u lr - - - - u - ' ' ' ' " , , . 1 - U u n . nl- 9 . I 1 H . . . . . - n I . . . . pp 0 MAGNESS POULTRY Wholesale sz Retail Congratulations CA 3 1903 1204 N Cole St Llma Ohlo from MEADCW GOLD DAIRY STAR CARPET AND CLEANING Rug, Carpet, Upholstery Cleanlng 81 Repalrlng 426 South Mam Street Remember Clean Rugs Last Longer Phone CA 6 2791 Llma Ohlo Llma Ohlo x 5' 2"""1S Q A M51 ey W 1""""""""'f""'4 03 if 254 A? QW? page mf Wwwffgfy WH' 5 o we m QW w 27 52 i X 1 215,555 may MACLEAN B The lmle boy came running home from hrs furst Sunday School class and hrs daddy packed hum up and asked ' Well sonny, and what dad you learn un Sunday School foday7 I learned about the cross eyed bear named Gladl the boy sand That s somefhung new has father sand Tell me about at We sang a song about hum, the boy sand Gladly the Cross I d Bear 112 . . . . . KK I, . - . . . X ' N ' 3' 2 M C .1 - . , W , v. i A if kg L 'rtz 'Q N ' FQ 5 , ws:a:s:lfj L, yn lm -F. 4 T7 'Q' 1 ,7,, ,ie sm,-..-.. gQ:,.wg?ixe?4fQ,ff f 4 h553wq"? M ff? L Tel: V4-f f lg zz F35 fx A51 ,v jj 4, v 3 ., is , if 4 X ,, tt : ...,' "fi, . - 5' wg -::., :a'f- - - 4:-f ' M 'ff' WW f -, 2 ,V fzfifqif -.-wx , ,I , had rf f fm, , 1' V fzlz, f J-' K' .- , , 4 'wp 3, A -2 -no ,WS-' ffm, fff mfm -21 , ' 2, fefw YM272 . wwf ,Q may W, H , , '--- ,, ,, , ff ,f ,,mfs2,,,g . , A we Q, 'fe iff" ' , . . fm 5 Q V ., ..Y,,W I . . I . . . I fl ll ' y fl I . I I I 1 I I ' ' I I , . p If . . ' . 1 I - . l I I ll . Llma THE LIMA LUMBER CO. Fverythmg m Buzldmg 'llaterzals Harduare K Kztchens Penn R R 8. Delphos Ave CA a 6010 L OhlO Ima CANDY LAND DAN S Homemade Ice Cream 437 South Xlam Street Ohlo Llma L ANDL GROCERY Quallty 'Nleats STAND OIL PRODUCTS Corner Robb and Ellda Rd Ph CA 4 6946 Ohlo STIPPICH HARDWARE Fstablzshed 1927 300 306 N Ham St Opposxte Courthouse Get my b g a doctor shouted to his teen aged daughter as he rushed out of has study Wh 1 s the Her Dad? asked fhe young gurl F lo on th pho e panfed her f ther S ys he c n t llve lthout Jusf mmute Dad I thunk that ll for M 9 Mi? fir! ' w, wh' '! 'K 'AL Jjfkgyhs Mud agaln? Courtesy of Liberty THE OHIO STEEL FOLINDRY CO Fifty One Years of Progress In Lima JASPER Sn k M34 ENN 35,51 EE., RICE V"-'isif-K-.-M., C Idl 114 Ilma 140 West Hlgh Street OIIIO Q ar' ,fy 115 WESTERN OHIO LUMBER CO Large or Small We Can Furnish All S E X Ph CA 2 085 LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY OHIO POWER COMPANY COURTESY OF THE BULLDOG REVIEW lSt Y Compliments Of HOLTZAPPLE WHITE ROCK FARM Holtzapple-New K-137 Kimber CHICKS lstraln Cross Leghornl for hlghest egg production of EARLY LARGE EGGS HOLTZAPPLE WHITE ROCK FARM Phone IVII 0-2551 Ellda Ohlo INSANE I don t understand why your parents sent you to see me sand the psychiatrist after completnng o thorough exammatlon You seem perfectly ratnonal to me In fact I would say that you are lust as sane as I am Exactly crled the gurl happily That s what I keep tellmg my parents But lust because I like apple dumpllngs they thunk I m crazy That s absurd retorted the psychuatrlst Why I like apple dumpllngs myself You do' squeaked the gurl In sheer lay Well really you must come over to our house and try some of mme I have closets full of them 117 . u l rl - - - - I . . H . . u . . , . u U - - - n I - - - , n . - - 9 ll . as I u - - u - - n 1 ' 1 I u ll - - - u - - ' 1 1 ll . BUNGALOW PHARMACY Prescription Drugglsts Phone CA 6 9516 llarlcet at Baxter Llma Ohlo Lucy sow the from I Yhlnk that l shall never see The from saw Lucy A billboard lovely as a free The track was IUICY lndeed unless the billboards full The lulce was Lucy l Il never see a free at all 118 suslEQ glgux HQN EY DRIVE INN RESTAURANT Car SCPVICC Xear -Xround ASSOCIATION Bellefontame and Ixlbbv Sts Llma Ohlo Phone CA 2 2701 Complzments NX WEST STREET PARTY SHOP Y 1234 1. Q 570111 f!0fVf,V 455067471017 2135 North west St Rd Llma Ohlo l.lHIe fIV8 year old Taddy reports the Chrlsflan Science Monlfor had been In Kindergarten for several weeks wlfhouf showmg any slgns of being an oufsfandlng sfudenf Therefore when he trotted home afrer school one day with a large gold sfar pinned to his Shlff his sur prlsed buf pleased mother asked wha? the reward was all about Well sand the child proudly every day we res? for I5 mlnures and today I resfed fhe best 119 . , . . Of I Nh ' fu ' , 1, I V I . 15 I0 IKIXIIITN STIIIT Q llll, UQII -Zlf "" S 4 . U rr - . H - lv I I I ' The Famlly Dedicated to Service T R CHILES S SON FUNERAL HOME Llma s Largest Funeral Chapel Ambulance fDay or Nighty Oxygen Resuscltator and lnhalator Th R Ch1les R ll Nl Ch 1 H d R L H ld S Ch 1 CA 6 6015 CA 6 6025 120 ,..t-.... "' ,xo ,WH Q N MN. QQ f ' ' 99 Q 0 . n Compliments SULLIVAN ELECTRIC C0 Appllances and Home Furmshmgs 316 Miles West of Llma on Rt 30 S VARSITY SHOP Sportswear clorhrrrg Frrrrrrshrrgs Iowa um Ann sms Phone 4-2816 224 North warn Sr Llma Ohlo Complzments WARNER S SOHIO Complzments THE ELIDA FARMERS EQUITY EXCHANGE CO i CHILD But Mother I don I an? fo go fo ihe Brussels World s Fa r MOTHER Shut up Ind and keep swlmmn g 121 The true test of civilization is, not the census nor the size of cities, nor the crops-no, but the kind of man the country turns out L. J. Hentze Civilization COACHES NORTHWESTERN SUPERIOR COACH CORPGRATION SALES Llma Ohlg KISSING c out Itfle k ss ho ey' nf s nOe or h o hurty Greetings to zh CLASS of1959 GREGGS LINIA OHIO 122 ' e HE- Ho b ' ' . SHE- C My l'p re I1 pped HE- A mo n c p nf ou ' .f Phone XII 0 3311 Congratulations Complete eXcc1dentServ1ce and TOWN1Hg Servlce Best Wzshes SMITH S GARAGE to the Seniors REPAIR AND Bom worm LEODA S BEAUTY SHOP Txres Batterles and ACCCSSOFICS Route 30 South Ellda Oh10 See Xour Doctor FIPSI GLEN coPus FLoRlsT Then Ph CA 5 5806 Take Xour Prescrxptlons To the ARGONNE DRUG STORE Harold Przmmer One Nhle South of Allentown Corner Hlgh 81 Ehzabeth Streets Phone CA 2 2771 Llma Ohm LEHMANN S FURNITURE and FRIGIDAIRE Applzances Carpetmg a speczalty 246 N 'Ham Delphos Ohlo ec edgggled r t e old I oser ere y grop g f s tot II yo I lo e The Delphos PR'NT'NGCf:'f,,ff'BL'SH'NG THE COMMERCIAL BANK The Delphos Daily Herald Established 1887 The Delphos Twice-A-Week Courrant Phone 2-4861 Delphos Ohio Checklng Accounts Savmgs Accounts Delpha Safe DCp0S1t Chevrolet Buick and Complete Banking SCFVICC Speczalzzlng Ln Good Dependable Servzce Member 0 A ter the Sale Federal Deposzt Insurance Corporatwn DELPHA CHEVROLET COMPANY Member 0 DELPHOS OHIO Federal Reserve System The bug crty s phrlhar onuc orchestra had lust performed phony at a small to n theatre As the great conductor was leaving the theatre he as stopped by an Intense looking stranger l feel l ust tell you sand the str nger Those men who play the Instruments that sllde Ih and out they only play rn the Intervals hen you re looking at them 124 Harter and Son Funeral Home DELPHOS, OHIO PHONE 4021 fi L., I reporf g fhe proceedings of fhe S day Church servac the loc I paper s d T o lad es song due? The Lord Kno s Why 125 Compliments Compliments of of THE SCHERGER MEMORIALS Delphos Dr. STIPPICH 507 511 North Main St. Phone 7941 DELPHOS OHIO Ohlo Delphos Compliments of Complnnents of SHEETER MOTOR SALES DODGE DeSOTO PLYMOUTH WEGER'S Your Fabric Center Dry Goods Draperles an Dodge Job Rated Trucks window Accessories Dzrect Factory Dealer 502 N Nlaln sos N M am ohm Delphos Ph 4661 ohm LEGACY Mrs Newlywed greeted her husband as he returned from the office wrth copious crocodlle tears and a telegram l had to open the telegram she sand Your rlch uncle has passed away After o short pause she couldn t contarn herself any longer He mentioned you ln hrs Ill drdn t he? she asked Yes he drd her husband sold but I wouldn t care to repeat what he sand 126 ,A -. . . . o A ' . . o w w w u 0 ll il ' ll ' Il g a Q y . A Il W I I .DI . H - ll - Il I - ll I I I ' Paint for Every Surface STRAYER'S BANNER MARKET Cochran-Chi-namel Paints Paints QUALITY GROCERIES and MEA TS Raynor Overhead Garage Doors CITY PAINT 8- SUPPLY Phone MI 0-2532 209 S. Main Elida Ohio Delphos Ohlo C0"'Pl""e"tS PURDY AND MILLER PAULINES BEAUTY sHoP Excavamg MI 0 2111 MI 0-2001 WY 1 1144 Ellda Ohlo A cool muslclan was strolling down Broadway hen he came upon an old organ grmder playing his beat up Instrument whlle a monkey dld a little dance on the sldewalk and doffed hls cap for coins Man sand the muslcnan stopping to watch I don t dug your musuc but that crazy kld of yours has got a lot of talent nfl Of I . . . . W - .- ll n - - - - n I - . . I I D, I , . 3 ' ,L mf' xii ' , A V -'U-.5 I 1 f f '1- , el 'L Frank A Heath Furnaces SpCC1allZll'lg ln ARMSTRONG Indoor Sunshlne FURNACES Converslon Burners Au' Condltlonmg COAIJFGASXOIL Furnace Clear11ng"cFree Estlmates R OOFHN C SPOUI NG Phone CA 4 1736 1714 North Cole Street Lxma 24 Hour Servzce ---...,, 11-ww" " x ,ii 1' YKEh"'N 'SX H X W -W c Nfl! q ? F " ua wit? 3? .WML xfkk 55915 A ,Q N :ng Ukylg 8,45 ga. S 2 P., s Wvffllgm. 'Q f a-59, Q Q 'riff-1 'W-'1 3i y--...,,-, nm., M 12 "N aam: "fl lima,- "4 uf V ""' r..':'ff1l ., x c thi '1- Y "Qu x X N. ik-1:5 J,-if J ir J 'Q' E a fm? n. '59 6 :M FW- If Kxq, VH sa? Ohlo ,gs X -.uv ai A new Georgia Tech graduate, applying for q lob, lasted his exfra-currucular school achvlhes In one word "Marrled." 128 Q 1 X 1 sw, .-1: '1?1f"1'I'S" N Q-,iw-fiea ,,-5'Z3Qz'isf- 3, . S.5Qx'-'l 2e' , .X W , K., . ..,.,.- iqM"'.p J, Aga... 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J ,Z1 .5 Y 1 s 2 2 1 We 2 1 2 f v gg - Q 7 - - 2 fa fyy wz 5 2 , E , .. f , f ' 2 ' is 1 f 5 'H Q 3 ' 'Y , f at - I I 5 Q 3 W' Am.. : rl fl 2 il I fl ill. 2' 1 f 8 ' A ' , is , , 5 i 1 ' A BEST WISHES for Your success, we hope that you will let us help you, just as we have helped others before you. Make this your bank! THE METRCDPOLITAN BANK The Bank for Everyone Member Federal Deposlt Insurance Corporatlon The fine collection of mounted coyofes and wolves In the Banff Museum led fwo vacaflonnng busmess gurls fo write nn the vlsltors book Too many olves and all of them stuffed darn nl 129 THE FARMERS BANK OF ELIDA Elida Ohio Member Federal Depostt Insurance Corporatton Congratulations to the Graduates Class 0f1959 MICKEY'S CLEANERS Elida Phone Delphos Phone MI 0-3031 2-5391 Mickey Vondran-Owner-Mrs. Melvin Berry WEBB INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. "1t's Time To Insure 212 W Illgh St Lxma Oh1O Telephone CA 23075 gh 1i RALPH'S FINE FOODS 2102 Elida Rd. Phone CA 6-0906 Lima Ohio Earl D. 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ICE CREAM MILK DAIRY PRODUCTS Congratulations and Best Wishes THE BAND CA 5 0716 BOOSTERS LIMA OHIO Complzments POWELL CABINET SHOP Custom Bullt Cabmets 4611 Ehda Road Phone CA 2 6143 ""--. Souther Hillbilly Sevente n boys u d all Democrats except Johnny the I ffle dev I he got fo reading GOOD LUCK! from the ELIDA BOOSTERS CLUB TO THE SENIOR CLASS AND MAY THEIR FUTURE BE AS SUCCESSFUL AS THEIR HIGH SCHOOL YEARS 'IIIE BOOSTERS ARE TRXINC, PIO DO A FIINE PIPCE OP TIIF BOOST ERS WORK SO I ET S SIIOII' OUR APPRECIATION AND BOOST HARTMAN BRoTHERs a Moons Day and Nfgh' Road and Wrecker Service Paint Nhllwork, 8. 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