Flushing High School - Litorian Yearbook (Flushing, OH)
- Class of 1959
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Commerical Speecn' La ln
Mrs. Judith Whitaker John E. McFadden
Lake Erie College for Women westminister College
Vocal Music Mathematics.
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Q.u5kir,u,: Ohio State
Uargligh Home Economics
Oh 10 State
Ch1C8gO School of Ml
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Walter Bahorek '
P. riw ing Instrumental Musi
L ave Your Guns at Home
All Amerlcan Boy
Don't Plty Me
The Monef Tr e
To Know Hlm Is To Love Hlm
lt's All ln the Game
Goodby , Baby, Bye Bye
It's A Lover's Ouestlon
Belleve Vha+ You Say
The Lonely One
Lovers Never Say Goodbye
Just a Watter of Tlme
No One But You
The Llttle Thlngs You Do
Go Man Polka
SlUg1Wg The Blues
F rst Annlversary
Bebe B user
Now and Forever
' O ly Make BSWIGVG
Slnce I Dor't Have You
May You Always
hat Am I Llv ng For
One Nlght, One Nlght
No C her Arms No Other Llbs
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Muskingum Ohio State Muskingum Ohio University
Mathematics Science Fnglish History, Social Science
Mrs Alice H Lang Mrs Larie B Pettay Mrs Frances L Arter Michael Zorich
Ohio State Franklin luskingum Ohio Univers1t5
Home Economics, English Commercial Latin, Speech Mathematics, Coach
Walter Bahorek Fred Pech
Miss Doris Hesse Ohio State Chicago School of Music
Bethany Shop, Driving Instrumental Music
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The Junlor Class of 1959 dedlcatea thls lssue of the HL1tor1anH to
the Flushlng Orioles The name Or oles was selected for the athletlc
groups 1n the fall of 19h3 The or1ole's colors had long been the
school colors but the teams had been called the orange and black
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I don't want three Cadlllacs
Nor a house with many a room,
I'm not crazy over bllls or CO1nS
Nor to get rich on the moon
Don't tempt me w1th servants and malds,
Nor butlers nor cooks, and such
I'm poor and I want to stay llke this
I want no wealth No, Not Much'
About the weather I never COmp1a1n
Fven after-an Aprll raln
I l1ke to stand 'neath the apple tree
Thlnklng of all the thlngs I see
The grass 13 greener,
The earth 13 cleaner,
The llttle blrds Wlnglng
They seem to be Slnglng
As 1f to say,
Tgs a beautlful day
Phyllis Pickering and
I was a nobleman's daughter
Thls I did show by klndness and smiles
Rather than cold austerity
My father a husband chose for me
A rlch, cruel, haughty man was he
Over h1s household I dld preslde
I d1d my best, bu+ he would chlde
Me for the gentleness I ould not hlde
Soon he forbade me my heart to outpour
In smiles, my soul s own reservo1r
I d1ed, a natural death s11d he
But he kill d me he killed me
Sue Ann Ritchey
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s 1d about her husband ln WMy Last
Duchessn b Robert Brownlng
If I could just fer one day be
A slmple blrd hlgh 1n a tree,
What would I do?
If I could just for one hour fly
Up, up 1n the clear blue sky,
Where would I go? these
I should not wlsh for things as
For He Who 1S on land and seas
D1dn't intend lt so
As today passes, I thlnk of the fun
That we had walklng out ln the sun,
Wlth cool breezes blOW1Hg, rustllng
With chlldren laughlng and flowers
full of bees
Gone 18 that day,
But I'll thlnk of the fun we had
Walklng out in the sun
Susle Di Clemente
I've lived a llfe of grlef and sorrow
Noth1ng today, nothing tomorrow,
Nothlng next year, but grlef,
Grlef and sorrow
Gualb D1 Clemente
Have we thought about God, when w1ll
Later, maybe, or now?
Wlll He come wlth thunder llke a
Wlll we before Hlm bow?
Does lt really matter how or when we
Thlnk about 1t, brother before you cry,
And to Hlm your heart give
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
lllard Cunard resldert
Danlel amlth 71C8 PPGS1d8Ut
Charles Uorkley Charles Foster
Harry J Stanley
Earl Saffel Plerk
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Robert Hye t
Glorla Van Nest
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Sue Van Curen
Donnle Van uren
Typlng I Class
Sun rvlsor of Typlng Mrs Maple Pettay
Fa ulty Advisor nlSS Mary 'ampbell
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
PTSSIQGHE Robert Bethel Vice Presldent Charles omlth
Secretary Sandra HaPF1S Treasurer Sue Ann Rltchey
Class Advlsor Mr Rltchey
'lass Color Red and hlte Class Flower Red Rose
Class Motto HHe cllmbs hlghest, who helps another up
Patty Jo Barylak
Nell Je Vault
Susle D1 Clemente
Annette Gr ar
Sue Ann Rltchey
Bet y Jo Roblnson
Patrlcla Ann Roush
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Phyllxs Pxckerxng Davxd Rxaqle Ann Ritchey
Patrxcxa Ann Roush Kenneth Shaw Walter Snnqhaus
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Betty Jo Robinson
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Patty Barylak chorus 1-2 3 4, Choral 2 3 4, T A G Club 1-2 3, F H A
Club l 2 3 4, Dramatics 3
Barbara Bethel Chorus 1-2 3 4, Choral 2-3.4, Band ,l-2-Q 4 Orchestra Q1-2 . 4
T A G Club 1 2 3 4, F H A Club 1-2 3-4, Litorian Staff 3, Dramatics 3
Robert Bethel Class Officer 3 4, Chorus 2 3 4, Choral Club 2 3 4, Band
1 2 3 4, Orchestra l-2 3 4, Latin Club l-2 3 4, Football l-2 3-4, Basket
ball l 2 3 4, Baseball l 2, F Club 2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Dramat1cs 3,
Office Staff 4, Progectionist 1-2 3 4
Carole Borkoski Chorus 2 3 4, Choral Club 3 4, T A G Club 2, F H A
Club 2 3 4, Cheerleader 2 3 4, F Club 2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Dramatics 3,
Office Staff 4
Marvin Campanizzi Chorus l-2 3 4, Choral Club l-2 3 4, Ba d 1-2 3-4, Or
chestra 1 2 3 4, Basketball 1-2 3 4, F Club 2 3-4, Dramatics 3
Andrew Cencula Band l, Football 3 4, Basketball l-2, F Club 4, Dramatics 3
2 3 4, F H A Club l-2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Office Staff 4
Neil DeVault Library Staff 4, Projectionist l-2 3 4
Sue Di Clemente Chorus l-2 3, Choral Club 2 3, F H A Club l-2 3 4
Litorian Staff 3, Dramatics 3, Office Staff 4
David Fitzgerald: Chorus 1-2 3 4, Choral Club l-2 3 4, Progectionist 3-4,
Paul Foraker Chorus 2 3 4, Choral Club 2 3 4, Football 2 3 4, Baseball
1 2, F Club 2 3 4, Dramatics 3, Projectionist 3 4
Annette Grear Chorus l 2 3 4 Choral Club 2 3 4, Band 2 3, T A G Club
2 3 43 F H A Club 1'2 3'4, Latln Club 1-2 3 4
Sandra Harris Class Officer 3 4, Chorus l-2 3, Choral Club l-2, T A G
Club l-2 4, Band l-2 3, F H A Club 1-2 3 4, Cheerleader 4, F Club 4,
Litorian Staff 3, Dramatics 3
Robert Humphrey Chorus 1-2 3 4, Choral Club 1-2 3 4, Football 4
Janet Karchner Chorus 1-2 3, Choral Club 1-2 3, T A G Club 2-5, F H A
Club 1-2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Dramatics 3, Office Staff 4
John Knight Basketball 4, F Club 4, Dramatics 3, Library Staff 4, Pro
jectionist l-2 3 4
Martha lendon Chorus 1-2 3-4, Choral Club 3-4, T A G Club 1-2 3-4, Dra
matics 3, F. H. A. Club 1-2-3-4.
Robert Leone: Chorus l-2-3-4, Choral Club l-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-L, F
Club 2-3-4 Baseball 1.
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Judy Delaney: Chorus 142-3-4, Choral Club 3-4, Band 142-3-4, T. A. G. Club
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Jerry Litten Basketball 1, Projectionist 3 4
Ronald L Luyster Chorus 1 2 3 4, Choral Club 1 2 3 4, Latin Club 1-2 3-4
Litorlan Staff 3, Dramatlcs 3, Office Staff 3, Library Staff 4
Lynne Lyle Chorus l 2 3 4, Choral Club l 2 3 4, Band l 2 3 4, Orchestra
1-2 3 4 Latln Club 1 2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Dramatlcs 3, Offlce Staff 4
Norman lanteau Football 3 4, Basketball l 2 3, F Club 3 4, Lltorian Staff
3, Dramat1cs 3, Llbrary Staff 4, Projectionist 2 3 4
Margie Mi helll Chords 1.2 3.4 Choral Club 1 2 3 4, F H A Club 1 2
Latln Club l 2 3 4, Lltorlan Sta f 3
Kenneth Ow1ngs Class Offlcer l 2, Chorus 2 4, Choral Club 2 4, Latin Club
l-2 3 4, Football l 2 3 4, Baseball 1 2 3 4, Basketball l 2 3 4, F Club
l 2 3 4, Lltorlan Staff 3, Dramatics 3, Offlce Staff 4, Progectlonist l 2 3 4
Phyllls Pickerlng Chorus l 2 3, Choral 2 3, Band 2 3 4, T A G Club
l-2 3 4, F H A Club l 2 3 4, Litorlan Staff 3
Davld Riggle Cla s Offlcer l 2, Chorus 1 2 4, Choral Club 1-2 4, Ban 1-2
Orchestra l 2, Latln Club 1 2 3 4, Football 2, Basketball 2, Baseball l 2 4
F Club 1 2 3 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Dramatlcs 3, Offlce Staff 4, PPQJSCCIOD
Sue nn Rltchey Class Offlcer 1-2 3 4, Chorus l 2 3 4, Choral Club 1-2 3 4,
Band 1 2 4, Orchestra l 2 4, Latin Club l 2 3 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Office
Staff 4, Dramatics 3
Betty Roblnson Chorus 2 3 4, Choral Club 2 3 4, Band 2 3 4, Orchestra 2 3 4,
G Club l-2 3 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Office Staff 4, Library Staff 4
Patty Roush Chorus 1 2 3 4, Choral Club 2 3-4, Band l-2 4, Orchestra l-2
A Club l 2 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Offlce Staff 4
Kenneth Shan Football l 2, Basketball l-2 3 4, Baseball l 2 3 4, F Club
Walter Singhaue Basketball 2 3 4, Baseball l 2 3-4, F Club l-2 3 4, Pro
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oophla olta Chorus 1, T A G Club l, Latln Club 2 3-4, Dramatlcs 3
Charles Srlth Class Offlcer 4, Chorus 1 2 3, Choral Club l-2 3, Baseball
3, F Club 4
Barbara Thatcher Chorus l 2-4, Choral Club 2 4, T A G Club 3 4, F H A
Club 1-2 3 4, Lltorian Staff 3
Barbara Upchurch Chorus 2 3 4, Choral Club 3-4, Ban l 2 3 4, Orchestra
2 3 4, T A G Club 2, LltOP18H Staff 3, Offloe Staff 4, Llbrary Staff 3-4
Dav1d Gossett Football 3, Basketball 1-2 3 4, F Club 3 4, Library Staff 3
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Ie all survived our eighth r de examinations and the
trips we m de to Columbus in the seventh gr de nd Tuscora
eivhth grade he next important event in the history w s
into high school as Hgreenu freshmen This ye r was big
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one, we elected
cl ss officers nd selected our cl ss motto, colors, and flower We chose
NF1ith, Hone, and Charityv as our class motto, and the red rose s our
flower with red and white as our colors
It w s a gr.nd feeling this being a sophomore Now we were no long
er considered Wgreenn freshmen, for the grand title of Wupper classmenu
w s bestowed upon us Qmostly by ourselves
The magority of us engoyed our Junior year most We took an active
part in producing the Junior play, editing the annual, entertaining the
senior cl ss with banquet at the Catholic Church and a dance in the gym
nasium afterwards Q also purchased our class rings this year
hth great anticipation and feeling of Joy, we took up the work of
the senior ye r Thoughts of graduation and prep ration for it kept us
all in a ouiet state of happiness Yet a feeling of sadness is ever pres
ent with us, for we, as students, are leaving forever these halls and
The class of '59 has always taken an active part in athletics, and
those who have participated are leaving F H S with pleasant memories of
those times Our class initiated the first Homecoming ever held in this
In May we expect to be very busy with graduation exercises, bacca
laureate, our trip to New York and receiving our diplomas, We have always
been an energetic
zine sales helped
Now our high
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class and our bake sales, soc hops, stationary and mags
us greatly Te held many dances to raise funds for our
school days are drawing to a close and as each takes a
road, no matter where it leads, we shall realize that a
foundation was l id during our high school career in
We feel deeply indebted to our teachers for the help they have given
us through high school and also in the grades. we know that we have very
often been unruly and troublesome but we are very thankful for the inter-
est and patience with which they helped us over the difficulties and on to
--Susie Di Clemente
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Mr and Mrs wayne Ritchey have Just returned home from a 15 month
round the world tour Mr Ritchey had the great pleasure of seeing many
of h1s former students during h1s travels Before going abroad, Mrs R1t
chey 1US1St8d she have her halr done 1n New York Clty at the La Pandora
Beauty Salon owned by Misses Sandra Harris and Phyllls Plckerlng They
are the creators of the new ha1r styles The Blob, The Satel ite and The
Fuzz Top Whlle Mrs Rltchey was becomlng more beautlful, Mr Rltchey
declded he needed a tr1m, so he went to Flfth Avenue to P16TT6'S Barber
Shop, ope ated by kenneth Shaw
In New York, they boarded a K L M, get a1rl1ner for London During
the fllght, they were attended by stewardess, Barbara Thatcher After
landlng ln London, Mr Rltchey v1s1ted Tellson's Bank to cash some trav
eler's cheques and was greeted by 1ts presldent, the former Betty Robin
son L1v1ng also ln London, now Just a housewlfe, 1S the former f1lm
star, Mlss Annette Grear
Whlle flylng from London to Parls, they met Walter Singhaus, a
colonel 1n the A1r Force, going to h1s com and 1n Germany Mrs Rltchey
couldn't leave Par1s w1thout buy1ng some of the latest fashlons, so they
Barylak She flnally decided on a new dlnner gown belng modeled by
Par1s's top model, Lynne Lyle
Mr Rltchey, great race fan that he ls, lnslsted they attend the
Grand Prlx at Le Mans Dr1v1ng in this thr1ll1ng race were Amerlcans,
Davld Gossett, dr1v1ng NF1reba1lU, and Mlss Barbara Upchurch dr1ving
UTurbo, t1e T6TP1bl6u, and Paul Foraker dr1v1ng NThe Flat top Speclaln
They traveled on to Monte Carlo, where they saw Multl M1ll1onaire
Kenneth OW1HgS try1ng to lose some of h1s mllllons
From Ponaco they Journeyed on to Vlenna, home of the noted chem1st,
Norman Manteau, w1nner of the Nobel Prize, for h1s work 1n extractlng
gasollne from potato peels
They took a train from Vienna and arrived 1n Cenoulvanla, a new
independent Natlor set up by the noted American plumber, Andrew Cencula
Worklng 1n the U S Embassy 1n 1ts Capltal City were stenographers Janet
Karchner, Patty Roush, and Judy Delaney
In Cenculvanla, they boarded an airliner for Moscowlupon arrivlng
in Moscow, the cap1tal city of our Slst state, they were greeted by Ronald
Luyster, d1rector of Globavlslon, the new world wide telev1sion net work
From Moscow, the Rltcheys flew to the middle East, where they were
granted an aadlence with the Sheik Abdul Abehop, formerly known as David
R1ggle, and h1.s 100 w1ves
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took a cab to the famous dress Shoppe, NLe Pabon owned by Miss Pattijo
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GO1ng farther east to Indla, they were reunited 41th thflr daughter
Sue Ann, a world famous surgeon worklng among the natlves of that
Journeflng on to outer Slobovla, they had the pleasure of dlnlng
Wltf the former Parole Borkoskl, now the wlfe of the U S Amb ssador
Another famlllar face 1H the outer Slobovla, was the ambas ador's
prlvate secretary, M135 Susle D1 Clemente
VlS1tCd the HOtOPlOUS HB1lly Bob Cafeu owned by B111
at the Cafe they spotted the noted explorer, Barbara
Kong where they
Flylng stlll farther East, they stooped in Pong
looklng for the perfect man
Next they went to the ULand down under,H Au tralla, where they
VVlSltbd +he vast Sheep Ranch, HEl Rancho M1ckey,H managed by Robert
Bethel CO1ng farther lnto the lnterlor, they came upon an expedi
tlcn head d by the noted blrdwatcher, Sophla Slta, dlscoferer of the
barrel bellled blttern
In Melbourne Mr and Mrs Rltchey boarded a Jet a1rl1ner and
to Los Angeles, Callfornla Here they were surprlsed to hear
Narvln Campan1zz1's recordlng of WSplend1d, Just Splendldu had
over 9 m1ll1on COPIES They dec1ded lt would be nlcer to drive
s country, so they went to Knlghts HRent a earn SPVICG, owned
by John Knight and rented a new Cadlllac
e trlp was uneventful unt1l they reached Texas A sllght
occurred when a cow escaplng from Sm1th's Sale Barn, ran
path of the car They swerved to m1ss the ow and struck
truck owned by Nell De Vault of the De Vault and Sons
Company Texas Ranger Robert Leone lnvestlgated and the
brought before Judge Davld Fltzgerald, former Supreme Court
dge, whose motto lS Have gavel, w1ll travel
After court, thev drove on to the Whlte Sands Space Port, and
saw Rocket Stewardess Martha Lendon at her work Martha, you Wlll
recall, was the flrst person to serve cof ee on the moon Also at
the Space Port, waltlng for a Rocket to bars was Jerry Lltten, now
a truant offlcer 1D Possum Hollow, Tennessee
Dr1v1ng on across country they met another former pupll, Margorle
Mlchelll, now a purchaslng agent for the Women's A1r torps
Flnally reachlng home, Mrs Rltchey sald that the tr1p was
certalnlf worth whlle and she would l1ke to start agaln tomorrow
At thls Mr Rltchey falnted dead away
Ronald Luyster and Other Members QP
The Senlor Class of 1959
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We, the Senlor Class of 1959, leave to the SBH1OP Class of 1960, our books
our desks, and Mr Rltchey Take extra good care of Mr Rltcheyl
To the new Junlor Class, we le ve all of the blackboards, the erasers and
all the ch lk, lf there 1S any to be found
To the Soohomores of 59 60, we leave Mrs Kerr and all the HFUNH we had
stayln 1n at noon and after school
To the on comlng Freshman Class, we leave all the wood tlmes we have had
hlgh school and the hope that you w1ll have as much fun as we had
course, we have learned some thlnvs, too
To the Faculty we le ve the entlre school bulldlngs, 1f they are stlll ex
igting when we leave
I ttlgo Barylak w11l my shorthand ablllty to Madollne Kols Madollne,
you'1l mlss me on the bus
I, Barbara Bethel, w1ll to Carole Gardner my ab1l1ty to catch a man lh my
Junlor ye r Hope you h ve better luck 1n keeplng hlm
I, Bob Bethel, leave my n1cknames to Bob Hyest
I, Carole Borkoskl, w1ll my-b sketball ab1l1ty ln gym class to Donnle an
Ouren CHe re lly doesn't need lt
I, 'udy Delaney, w1ll my pos1t1on as drum magorette to Judy Bradley
I, Nell DeJault w11l my books and my desk to Jlm Carnes Maybe he'll
ble to use them
I, Susle D1 Clemente w1ll my place on the honor roll to Llbby Nellson
I, Davld Fltzgerald, w1ll my ablllty to get along w1th Mrs Kerr to my
'aul Foraker, w1ll my ab1l1ty to sleep 1U Choral Club to Rlchard Harper
Annette Grear, will my dP1VlDg ablllty to my brother, Marlon
Sarcr Harrls, leave my Job as class secretary to Sandra Lynn
Robert Humphrey, w1ll my ab1l1ty to get in trouble to Arthur L1tten
John Knlght, w1ll my ab1l1ty to be late to class to brother Bob
Marth Lendon, w1ll my qulet ways to Sue Ann Howe, CT1ke heed, ue
Robert Leone, will my ability to get along with the St. Clairsville
girls to Steve Riggle.
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Lynne Lyle, leavc my dinner bucket to Harriet Dayton
David Rlgele, will my ability to Hset alongn to anyone who needs it
Sue Ritchey, leave my brain to Virginia forkley
Betty Robinson, will my ability to drive hot rod Fords to Sandy Rinkes
Take it asv, Sandy
I Patty Roush, will my ability to play the saxophone to Rolland Stevart
Kenneth Shaw, will my curly hair to Millard Kitzmlller
Charlcs Smith, leave my ability to run through stop signs to Dave Aurph
Barban1Thatcher, leave my quiet ways to the entire Junior Class
Barbara Upchurch, will my ability to be tardy to Sue Van Curen
Sophia Sita, leave my place ir the Senior Room to Gloria Van Nest
Andrew Cencula, leave my football ability to Louis D mbro ki
Marvin Campanizzi, will my ability to get along w1th girls to Bob
I, Kenny Owing , will my Nhoightu to Tom Harr1s9799999999
I, Phyllis Pickering, will my trips past the Ford Garage to some worthy
I, Janet Karchner, leave ladolin Brown my seat on the school bus Happy
I, Dave Gossett, will my ability to take out trees, ROOTQ AND ALL, to Tom
I, Jerry Litten, leave my coat hanger in the hall to Kenny Hollingsworth
I, Ronald Luyster, leave my ability to interrupt speech class to Jean Lewis
I, Norman Manteau, refuse to leave anythingixf anyone' CHe's taking every
thing with him
I, Marjorie Michelli, leave my ability to study in study hall to Arthur
Henderson CHe could probably use lt
To the remaining members of the Senior Class of '60, Newell Amos, Gene Con-
ter, Gloria Doty, Nancy Fury, Keith Hollingsworth, Harold Johnson, Ronnie
Hillinger, and Donnie Grear, we leave the entire Senior Room. LDTS CF
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LIVL AND LEARN
S1lent Jerry Keeplng Qumet
Hopes to Be
Stock Car Drlver
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THE SENIOR CLASS
FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL
FRIDAY, APRIL 23 1959
FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL GYM
MR N W RITCHEY
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UPhantom of The H1gh School,H a mystery ln three acts, was presented
by the Senlor Class, under the d1rect1on of Mr Wayne R1tchey, on Aprll ZL,
at elght o'clock It lS a royalty play publlshed by the DF3mRtlC Pub
llshlng Company It 15 a mystery story of a humorous nature It pro
vlded many thrllls w1th the confuslon of whether there was one phantom
or whether there were two
Mlndy, who secs the Phantom
Rlck, who doubts her story
Julie, R1ck's glrl frlend
Alan, h1s r1val
Randolph, a young pest
N a I Hlgh School Students
9 Due to ball lngury, Kenny's part was taken by Davl
Dresslng Room Managers
5 Kenny OW1HgS
Marvin Cam anizzi
Sue Ann Rltchey
Nell De Vault
Susie D1 Clemente
Publlclty Senlor Class
Muslc by the Hlgh School Orchestra under the d1PGCt10h of
Mr Fred Pech
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FLUSHING HIGH SCHOOL
Sunday, Vay 2L, 1959
Elght O'clock E D J T
Plano rclufc Wldaglo Cantabllcn HOnus 13' Joan Lcwls
Braces lonal HHonor and Glory' Costa Clanens Mrs Judith Whltaker
Invocatlon Rev Berman Smith
NUSlC WJacobs ViS1ODn Carol Boys' Glee Club
HRICE the Charlotn op1r1tual
Scrlpture Peaelng Rev Elmer T Schlck
HUSlC WAt Eventlde It Shall Be Llghtn Gawl Glrls' Glee Club
NL1tt1e Davld Play On Your Harpn Splrltual
Sermon R v W L 1orcester
Hymn Cotanolnoj 'What A Friend We Have In Jesusn Congregation
BbHCd1Ct1OR Rev Loren Kuhn
RDCCSSIODB1 Irs Jullth Whltaker
B I C C A L X E R C I 7 E S
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OF FIUSHTNG ICH QCHOOI
Thursday, Wav 28 l959 h19ht O'c'ock E D
huslc FF8Au3tlOD Overture' ierfurth School Orchestra
IUDFQTIHH Dancen 'umber E1 ht Brahms
TOCSSSlOH3l Honor Ah oloryu Co ta Clerens urs au 1th 'hltaker
4 1C Nat ohzl Artheru school Orchestra
oc t Yev Loren Kuhn
u 1C 'Aohle Blossom Tlme' Von Tllyer Qchool Orchestr
salutatory Accress 'Cllmblhg Hlgher' Lealta Lynne Lyle
uslc HI Day lever Da s Thls U y 1 aln' 1Z6 Se lor ensemble
lct r, " re s ' emocracy Our N J of llfe' sue Ann R1tche5
dS1C 'Twenty thlr' sal. Jarter Choral Club
'O' Brother Nan' Vhlttler
Class tcfress Rev C L 1 rrls h
Bogs' Tn strlal school
Lu 1c HThe Thxo reru erch Sousa School Orchestra
Peco hltloh of s ecl l A hlexewehts U J Rltchef
resentatl n of senl r Cll to loaro of CuC3tlOU F Bet l
resertntlon of D1plom1s W11l3T5 L Cunard
Pres1dent of card of LduC8t1OD
Alma Later Sehlor Class
Q 9 1031010 Rev Berman Smlth
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Presldent Rlchard Harper V1ce Fresldent Donald Van Curen
necretary Sandra RIHKSS Treasurer Sandra Lynn
Class Advisor Mrs nhlsh
Class Color Blue and Nhlte Class Flower 'mlte Carnatlon
Class lotto HBu1ld a road others w1ll be proud to follow
Nancy Lee Fur
Sue Ann Howe
Ronald B lllnger
Donald Van Curen
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Class under the directlon of Mrs Arter, on November lu, at Blght
o'clock The story 15 about a city boy that goes West and falls
in love :nth a cowglrl of a western dude ranch
Jake, a caretaker
Danny Fhurchlll a olayboy
Louwe a taxl drlver
Co bo s, Cactus
lete, a Mexlcan bandlt
Lank, a klllar
Lolly, the postmlstress
J net Cfrom polnts East and Ch1C3gO7
5.n M1 on, another playboy
Lleuterant Cadd1gan, of the State ollce
T x, the guitar olayln cowboy
PRODUFTIOW ST FF
steve R1 gle
Don ld Van Curen
Vlr llla 'orkley
Sue Van Curen
Pob rt lhompson
ut e Mana ers Davld Murohy, Lotls Dombroskl, Denver ltzgerald,
Pronpters Lllzabeth Iellson, Fancy Fury
Tlcket romotor Qobert Tho1pson
T H615 Sandra Lynn, Sue Ann Howe, Thomas Harrls, r on Grear
sellln Canoy Glor1a Doty, Harrlet Dayton
Ur ssln Qoom Han er Mwdellne Kols
Fvo 1c1ty Junlor Cla s
MUSIC by the Hlvh school Orchestra under the d1l6CtlOH of Mr
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DT6SldcHt Clarence Slnghaus Vlce Dresldent Robert Up hurch
Secretary Tre surer Kathy Grear
Class Advlsor hrs Kerr
Class Color Plnk and Whlte Class blower Plnk Bose
Class Motto HThe door to success 15 labeled rush
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Donna Jean Barylak
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Secretary Carol Sita Treasurer Mary Lou Ritchey
Class Advisor Mrs Pettay
Class Color Pink and Gray Class Flower Pink Rose
Class Motto UOur a1m,success, our hope, to w
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THE rR HPPN CLASS
hen our lass flrst became members of Flushlh Hlgh School
we were tVplC3l freshmen We were confused and, though we would
ho+ admlt lt, awed and maybe gust a llttle apprehenslve of th1S
'HGV world We found thlngs cohfuslng and recelved llttle sympa
thy from Jonercla smen, espe lallx the sophomores The fact that
they F d be r ln fhe same posltlon hot too long so dld not eem
to wake Them les SUP9FlCT to us
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S ow we w ll no longer be fr shmeh, but we'll not forget Lh1S
vea 1U +he fears to come We can't go back, so let's go forward
Jo Arn Barlow for The Clas
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The Flush1ng School Band was very successful tnls year The Band
under the d1rect1on of nr Fred Pech, has forty four members The Band
played for the Laoor Day Parade, all the football games, the Halloween
Parade, the Chrlstmae Program, and w1l1 appear at Rock H111 on Memor1al
The members are:
Drum Magorette Jud Delaney
Mary Ann Lyle
Mary Lou R1tchey
Sue Ann Rltchey
Janice Kay sm1th
Donald Van Curen
Sue Van Curen
Magorettes Phyll1s Plckerlng, Bonnie Holloway, Judy Bradley,
Flag Bearers Cheryl Roblnson, Susan Cunard
BAND LETT QS f2yr Award, MAJORETTE'S LETT R C2yr Awardj
Esther Bashllne Rlchard Thompson Bonnle Holloway
Charlotte Harr1s Kather1ne Grear
Janlce K Smlth Edward Tom FLAG BEARERS' LETTER C2yr Award!
GOLD BAND PIN C3yr
Sue Ann R1tchey
Awardl Cheryl ROb1nSOn
Donald Van Curen
sue Van Curen
SLLVER BAND BIN C3yr Magorette Awardl SILVER CHAIN GUARD RIN Chyr Mayor
ette Service AwardD
Phyllls Plckerlng Judy Delaney
GOLD CHAIN AND GUARD feyr servlce Auardy
Robert Bethel Marvln Campanizzi Lynne Lyle
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The Orchestra, under the dlTCCt1OD of Mr Fred Pech, conslsts of
twenty e1ght members The Orchestra played between the acts of the
Junlor and Senlor plays They performed at the Ilgh School Commence
Cuarlotto J rr1s
Mary Ann Lyle
wary Lou Rltchey
Sue Ann Rltchey
GIRLS' GL E CLUB
Jan1ce Kay Smlth
Rlch rd Thompson
Donald Van Curen
Sue Van Curen
The electlon of OfflC6TS was held on September ll, 1955 he
followlng were elected Presldent, Betty Rob1nson, V1Ce Presldent,
Judy Delaney, Tre surer, Janice Kay Smlth, Secretary, Bonnle Holloway,
Llbrarlans, D rlene 'urphy and Mary Lou Rltchey, RCCOTd1StS, C1arlotte
Pubal and Helen Maple
The Thanksglvlng Program on November 25 was the G1rls' flFSt
progect Thelr next appearance was at the Chrlstmaa Program at Rotary
on December lU On December 17 they sang at the Chrlstmas Concert at
the school The Valentlne Party w s engoyed by all on February 13
Ther sang before the Rotary for the Easter Program on Aprll l The
Sprlng Concert was held 1n the gym on Aprll 17 Thelr last appearance
was for Baccalaureate on nay 2h
The members are
Patty Jo Barylak
Sue Ann Rltchey
Barb ra Th tcher
Judy Br dley
Sue Ann Howe
Sue Van Curen
Glorla Van dest
Donna B rylak
Bonnle H rrls
M rllyn Markey
:Dorothy K it zmlller
Shlrley Stew rt
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The Boys' Glee Club engoyed a wonderful year under the direction of
Mrs Judith Whitaker The following officers were elected President,
Paul Yoby, Vlce President, Robert Leone, Secretary, Arthur Litten Treas
urer, Gary Nichols, Recorder, Rich rd Lane, Librarian , Marvin Kltzmiller
and Richard sane, Accompanist Pauline Mietak
Their first performance was the Thanksgiving Program on November 25, at
the Gym They s ng before the Rotary Club on December 10 for a Christmas
Assembly The Valentine Par+y was engoyed b all on February 13 They sang
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year was at Baccalaureate on May 2h
The other members
B111 Hu phrey
Donnie Van Curen
The 1958-S9 Choral Club was organized on September 17, under the direc
tion of Mrs Judith Whitaker The following officers were elected Presi
dent, Marvin Campanizzi, Vice President, Dave Riggle, Secretary, Barbara
Upchurch, Treasurer, Sandra Rinkes, Recorder, Helen Maple, Librarians, Dar
lene Murphy, Mary Lou Ritchey, Marvin Kitzmiller, and Richard Lane The ac
companist ls Jean Lewis
On November 1 there were several members who attended the Oglebay Clini
at Oglebay Park. The first public appearance of the Choral Club was the
Thanksgiving Program on Nobember 26 at the Flushing Rotary Club On Decemp
ber 10, the annual Christmas
appearance was the Christmas
was held at the gym February
gerald, Senior, were crowned
Program was given at the Rotary Club The next
Concert on December 17. The Valentine Dance
13. Cheryl Robinson, 5ophomore and David Fitz-
king and queen. The Club participated in the
April 1, and the Spring Concert, April 17. The
successful year concluded with their perfonnance at Commencement, May 28.
Easter Program for Rotary on
Patti Jo Barylak Kenny Owings Esther Bashline
Barbara Bethel David Riggle Bonnie Harris
Carole Borkoski Judy Bradley Pauline Mistak
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She An Howe
Sue Van Curen
Glorla Van Nest
Donnle Van Curen
Janice Kay Smith
Mary Lou Rltchey
Don ld Halnes
Pattl Jo Barylak Barbara Bethel, Carole BOPKOSK1, Annette Grear, Susle Di
Clemente, Sand a Harrls, Janet Karchner, Martha Lendon, Lynne Lyle, Marge
Mlchelll, Phyllls Plckerlng, Sue Ann Rltchey, Betty Roblnson, Patty Roush
Barbara Thatcher, Barbara Upchurch, Robert Bethel, Marvln Campanlzzi, Davld
F1tzgerald, Paul Foraker, B111 Humphrey, Bob Leone, Ronny Luyster, Norman
Manteau, Ken Owlngs, Davld Rlggle, and Ken Shaw
The Llbrary Staff, under the 9ff1C16ht superv1s1on of Mr Ratchey,
COHS1St3 of an able group of Junlors and Senlors Thelr dutles lnclude
checklng books, 1SSU1ng magazlnes and papers, keeplng all materlal ln
order, and glving lnformatlon and 3SS1StB1C6 1n flndlng llterary material
These dutles are performed by Sandra Lynn, Nell De Vault, Jean Lew1s,
Ronald Luyster, Betty ROb1nSOn, Norman Manteau, Barbara Upchurch, and
THE OFFICE STAFF
Mr Bethel is a very fortunate man to have as secretary, Mrs Betty
Johnen and to have to asslst her an eff1c1ent Off1C6 staff
The Off1C9 staff has many dutles Some are taklng dlctatlon,
typlng letters, COUHt1Hg money, answerlng the telephone, runnlng errands,
and recelving and d1recting callers
The members of thls staff are Barbara Upchurch, Betty Roblnson,
Lynne Lyle, Carole Borkoskl, Janet Karchner, Patty Roush, Susle D1
Clemente, Ken 0w1ngs, Bob Bethel, and Judy Delaney, Sue Ann Rltchey
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The first meetlng of the T A G Club was held on September 29 Th
followlng offlcers were elected Bresldent, Annette Grear, V1ce Dresldent
Jean L9W1S, Secretary, Martha Lendon, and Treasurer, Betty To Roblnson
Thls year's progect 1S a donatlon to orld Care and buylng add1t1Oh81
books for the T A G Bookshelf in the llbrary. encils were sold as a
The senlors will be honored by a party on June 5 at the St Clalrsvllle
Bark Mrs Kerr 15 the Club advlsor
THE F H A CLUB
The F H A Club had a neetlng on October 7 with Mrs Hubbard as sponsor.
They elected the followlng offlcers Dresldent, Sandra Harrls, V1ce Presl
dent sandra Rlnkes, Secretary, Susle D1 Clemente, and Treasurer, Pattl Jo
Bafylak The organizatlon had no projects th1s year
THE LATIN CLUB
The Latln Club held the first meetlng on September l2 They elected thu
following officers Presldent, Ronald Luyster, Vlce Presldent, Bob Hyest
Secretary, Anne Way and Treasurer, George Lendon Mrs Arter 15 advlsor
The new members were inltlated at a party on October 29, held at the
H1tchey's farm home They held another party on February 27 1n the gym
The other members are Sue R1tchey,Lynne Lyle, Dave Rlggle, Sophia Smta,
Kenny 0W1HUS, Robert Bethel, Annette Grear, Jlm Carnes, Sandra Rlnkes,
Esther Bashllne, Cheryl Robinson, Bonnle Harrls, Donna Barylak, Daullne Mls
tak, Delores Bradley, Janlce Kay Smith, John Walsh, Lee Amos Darlene Murphy
James Lynn, Margorle Michelli, Kay Johnson, Carol Slta, Helen Maple, Robert
Snlth, Kathy Grear, Lenny Yarnell, Darrel Kirkpatrlck, Gene Ow1n s, Gary
N1chols, Mlke Brown, Mary Lou Rltchey, John Bashllne, and Charlotte Pubal
PROJECTIONISTS 1958 59
The Vlsual Educatlon Program 15 carrled on 1D all twelve grades and
almost every day a plcture 18 shown ln some class, conseouently many students
are needed as progectionlsts The fOllOW1Dg 18 the l1st of thls year's group
Senlors R Bethel, K Owlngs, D Rlggle, N Devault, D Gossett, N Manteau,
Kn1ght, P Foraker, D Fitzgerald, W S1nghaus, C Snlth
Junlors D Van Curen, D Murphy, R Knight, R Harper, R Hyest, 8 Riggle,
Sophomores R Upchurch, H Stanley, L Amos, W Grlmes, H S1ncla1r
Freshmen K Campan1z 1, G Owmngs, G Nichols, R Smlth, R Luyster.
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BASEBALL 1957 58
COACH Halter Bahorek SQUAD Glen Manteau, Don Van Curen, Rlck Harpe
Steve Rlggle, Rlchard Powell, Ken Owlngs, Walter binghaus, Ken Shaw,
Gary Jackson, Lenny Yarnell, Marion Grear, George Lendon, Harry Stanley,
and Andrew Cencula MANAGER Charles Smlth
Flushlng lost to Holloway at Flushlng by the score of 6 5 The wlnnlng
pltcher was Burgess, the loser S Rlggle S Rlggle had two h1ts 1n
three times at bat For Holloway, Burgess and Howell had home runs
Flushlng defeated Lafferty at home by the score of lb 3 The winnlng
pltcher was Nanteau Ow1ngs had a slngle, double, and trlple ln three
tlmes at bat to lead Flushlng ln hlttlng
Flushing won 1ts second game of the season by defeating Holloway at
Flushlng 8 3 Powell was the w1nn1ng pitcher Owings had two h1ts
whlle Powell, Jackson, Slnghaus, and Manteau had one hit aplece
pltcher was VanFos en, the loser S Rlggle Owlngs and Shaw had one
h1t aplece for Flushlng
Flushlng won over Holloway by the score of A 3 The wlnning pitcher
was Powell Harper, VanCuren, Powell, and Singhaus had one h1t each
For Holloway Agosti had two h1ts
Flush1ng was defeated by Freeport 7 3 The w1nn1ng pitcher was
VanFoseen, the loser was G Manteau Harper had a double and a trlple
ln three tlmes at bat to lead Flushlng 1n h1tt1ng
BELMONT COUNTY TOURNAMENT
Flushlng was ellmlnated from the tournament by loslng to Powhatan 3 l
The loslng pltcher was S Rlggle The w1nner was Rydosh Jackson
Harper, and Manteau had one hlt aplece
Flushlng ended the season with three wins and four losses
Sllver Baseball Beltbuckle Letter
G Vanteau S R1ggle Owlngs Jackson
VanCuren Powell Slnghaus Smlth
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Flushing lost to Freeport at Freeport by the score of 3-1. The winning
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Coach Walter Bahorek
Squad Kenneth Owings, Paul Foraker, Norman Manteau, Robert Bethel
William Humphrey, Andrew Cencula, Marion Grear, Richard Harper, Thomas
Harris, Willard Kitzmlller, David Mlrphy, Richard Powell, Louis Dom
broski, Harry Stanley, John Walsx, George Lendon, Gary Jackson, Arthur
Litten, Eugene Owings, and Donald Hanes
Managers Thomas Holloway, niclael farchner, and Mike Hrowr
Flushing opened the 1958 59 football season with a fairly easy
victory OI r Belmont at Flushing The final score las 56 21 ihe
following nlxgors scored for Flushing, Manteau 19 points, Harper 13
points, Owilgs 9 points, Murphy 7 voin s, Leudon o points, ard
G Owings 2 points
The second game of the season Ca victory lor Flush ngj was played
against Hetlesda at Flushing The game was called off after two and one
halffquaruuwswith Flushing leading no 6 The following players scored
for Flushing, C Owings 13 points, Manteau 12 points, Harper and Foraker
7 points, and Murphy 1 point
The third game of the season was played at Jewett Flushing lost
this game 21 13 Manteau scored 6 points and K Owings scored 7 points
OWlHgS'S touchdown came on a forty-yard run
Flushing won her third game of the season by defeating Centerville
at Flushing The final Score was 39 13 The following players scored
for Flushing, K Owings 19 points, Harper and banteau 7 ooints, and
G Owlngs 6 points A 65 yard punt return by Harper and a 50 yard run
by S Owings were two of the outstanding runs in the game
Flushing won the Southern Division Championship by defeating Holloway
33 18 Owings was Flush1ng's top scorer with 19 points Manteau and
roraker scored a touchdown apiece Bethel turned in a great defensive
Bumefor Flushing The victory was Flush1ng's fourth in five games
Miss Barbara Upchurch was crowned UHomecoming Queenu during the
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by the score of 12 6 The game declded the wlnner of the Eastern Ohlo
Ch.m lonshlp The gnne was tied untll the loslng mlrutes of the fourth
qu rter when illllken thrtw a four yard pas to Bushman for a touchdown
Flush1ngYs only score came lh the flrst quarter when Nanteau drove across
from the two yard llne Bethel, Cencula, and Murphy turned ln a great
Flushlng won the last game of the season by defeatlng New Athens
19 7 It was Flush1ng's flfth vlctory of the year Flushlng finlshed
the se on with flve and two record Two outstandlng runs ln the game
were made by Mante u a forty yard touchdown run and Harper Bethel
turned ln a flne defenslve game by holdlng New Athens to short galns on
Most Polnts fSeason total Passlng CAttempts and Completlonsj
K Owlngs 72 Harper 30 of 55
N Manteau 63
Most Pass Receptions
Bethel 9 for 83 yards
Lendon 3 for 72 yards
FOOTBALL AVARD5 1958 59
Letters Cl year awardj Sllver Football C2 ye!! awardj Trophy CSSHIOPS
3 year servlce
George Lendon Norman Manteau Robert Bethel
Willard K1tzm1ller Andrew Cencul Kenneth Owings
Arthur Lltten Marlon Grear Paul Foraker
Beltbuckle C3-year awardl Managers Awards
Richard Harper Thomas Holloway Beltbuckle
David Murphy Michael Karchner Letter
Mlchael Brown Letter
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Co cn 'lter B horek
SQ1 d Don 1 n Curen, Ken Shww, h rvin Cmmpznizzi, Robert Bethel, Kenny
Qu n , Rick H rper, Walter Sinfh u , Robert Leone, D ve Ggggett, Y nny
J J Z1, Ken Hollin U rtb, Dick Powell, Lenny Yarrcll, Jke Brown
c ararpson, Gene Uwirgs, Gary Iichols, Gary J ksor, Ed Tor, 1 rion
Greer, and John V lsh Managers John Fnight and Robert Hyest
Flushing lost the first g.me of the season to Centerville by the
score of 59 L9 Flushing was head t the h lf 29 26 Flushing w s led in
the scoring den rtment by Shaw and V n furen with 17 nd 12 points respec
niece The Flushing Reserves won LL 21
Flushing defe ted Bethesd in the first home game of the season by
the score of 85 6A s fou of Flush b's first five P t or their double
fi ures V n Curen led the w y witi 20 ooin s bu+ h d good help from Shaw
nd C.mp nizzi with 17 e ch, ,nd Leone who tallied lL r ushing's Reserves
won 77 2A s Hollin sworth m de 16
Flushing turned in their most impressive showing of the young season
by sn oping FreeDort's four game winning streik, 85 71 Four of the first
five g in re ched double figures as V n Curen led the way with 29 points
while C.mp nizzi and Sh w each had 16 and Leone 15 High for Freeport
x s Huston with 35 Flushing Reserves won 50 LO
Flushing won its third g.me in four starts by defeating Belmont 75 57
Leone led Flushing with 21 points while Campinizzi h d 16 and Van Curen 12
High for Belmont was Parker with 15 The Reserves won their fourth in a
row 68 36
Flushing lost its second game of the season to Powh tan by the score
of 7A 65 t Powh tan Leone led a balanced att ck with 13 points Hirper
hit or 12 points and V.n Curen 11 The g.me w s close all the way as
Flushing led t the half 29 28 The Flushing Reserves won 6h 23
After being behind 22-9 at the end of the first quarter and L1-33 at
the half the Orioles bounced back to achieve a 76-68 victory over Hollo-
way. Vin Curen and Leone had 29 and 18 points respectively. Dean with 23
led Holloway, The Flushing Reserves won 51-26.
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the home floor Scorers for Flushing were Leone wlth 27 polnts, Van Curen
w1th 13, shaw wlth 12, Harper w1th 6, and Gossett w1th 7 Knlght was hlgh
for New Athens with 21 The Flushlng Reserves won 56 37
Flushlng ran 1ts record to slx and two by defeatlng Mt leasant 66 58
Flushlng outgoaled 2A 23 and made 20 of 31 free throws whlle Mt Pleasant
mxde only 10 out of 21 Shaw led Flushlng w1th 31 polnts while Van Curen
chlpped 1n w1th lb and Leone added 10 Hlgh for Mt Pleasant was Peltz with
21 The Reserves won thelr elghth stralght game by the score of 38 15
Flushlng was defeated by unbeaten 01d Washington 75 M9 It was Flush
1ng's thlrd defeat in nlne games For the Orloles Van Curen had 18 po1nts
Harper 7, Gossett 2, Shaw 6, Slnghaus 2, C8mpaD1ZZl 9, and Leone 5 The
Reserves lost thelr flrst game of the season by the score of 36 19
Flushing playing its tenth game of the season defeated Lafferty by the
score of 83 36 The scorers for Flushing were C3mpanlZZ1 w1th 20, Shaw w1th
18, Leone w1th 12, Harper w1th ll, Gossett w1th 8, 0W1Hg5 w1th A, Bethel
Slnghaus w1th 6, and Powell w1th The Reserves won by the score of 43 18
Flush1ng defeated Bethesda at Bethesda by the score of 80 59 Those
who scored for Flushlng were Van Curen with 15, Gossett w1th L, Harper wlth
L, Shaw wlth 21, Slnghaus w1th 17, M Campanlzzi wlth 6, OW1HUS w1th 2,
Leone w1th 9, and K Campanlzzi w1th 2 The Reserves won by the score of
Flushing won lts nlnth game of the season defeating Holloway by the
score of 91 63 Flve players h1t for double flgures as Van Curen had 23,
Shaw 22, Leone lL, Campanizzl 13, and Slnghaus 12 High for Holloway was
Braggs with 25 The Reserves won by the score of 6b 33
Flushlng defeated Belmont at Belmont by the score of L9 b3 The vic
tory brought the Orioles' record to ten and three for the season Shaw was
Flushing's top scorer w1th 31 po1nts as Van Curen followed w1th 9, M Cam
panizzl w1th,6, Singhaus w1th 2, and Gossett w1th 1 Host was hlgh for Bel
mont w1th 16 The Reserves picked up thelr twelfth w1n with a very easy
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Lafferty at Lafferty 7h-37. The scorers for Flushing were Leone with
20 points, Van Curen with 12, Singhaus with 10, M. Campanizzi with 8,
Gossett with 7, Owings with 6, Shaw with 6, Harper with M, and Powell
with 1. Dubiel had 19 for Lafferty. The Reserves won again Sh-20.
Flushing was defeetec by Freeport at Freeport by the score of
60 59 Flushing was bekind seven points with twelve seconds remain
ing in the far but pulled to witiin one of Freeport by the end of
tie game T e scorers for Flushing were Shaw with 18, M Campanizzi
with lb, Van Carer with 13, Owings, Leone and Powell with M, and
Singhius with 2 Huston was high for Freeport with 31 po11ts The
Reserves won by the score of SS 3o
Flushing defeated Vopedale on the home floor 96 M2 It was the
most points the Orioles had in any one game this season Shaw led a
balanced attack with 29 points He was followed by Van Curen with
23, Leone with 13, M Cam anizsi Wltl 10, Singhaus witx 10, Powell
with e, Bethel with 3, and Owings with 2 The Reserves won h8 hl
Flushing defeated Centerville on the home floor by the score of
60 S1 It was one of the most important v stories of the season
the Orioles, along with Centerville, won tae thampionship oi the
League The scoring for Flushing w S done oy Van Cuzen a d Shaw with
17 points each, Leone with 13, Bethel and Owings wit M, Harper with
3 and Powell with 2 The Reserves won their sixteenth game of the
season SO 32
Flushing lost their last game of the season to New Athens at New
thirteen and five record The scor rs for Flushing were Van Curen
with 16, Shaw with 20, darper and Powell with I, Leone with 5, uethel
and Owings with 3, and K Campenizzi and M Canpanizvi with 2 Knight
was high for New Athens with 32 The Reserves won by the score of
6b 33 to bring their season record to seventeen and one
Moet Points Shaw 3h7 and Van Curen 317
Average Points Pe Game Shaw 16 S and ' r Ftien 15 6 for 91
Best shooting Percentage Shaw 131 of 261 for 'GZ Leone lOl o 208
Bes Fon. 'hooting 'Campanizzi S6 of 75 for 752 Le ne 3 oi I9 to: c Z
Most REEounds bnaw 17h and Van Curen 100
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BAs4ITBALL ANTRDS 1953 59
Trophy 3 yr Sllver Basketball 2 gr
Qobert Beone Donald Van Curer Kenneth Shaw
Marvln C3mD3U1ZZ1 Kenneth OW1UgS Davld Gossett
alter Slnghau Robert B tnel
Reserve Charm Reserxe Letter
Kerneth fCll1HQSWOPth Leouard Varnell Kennet? Camp U1ZZ1
Rlcnard Txonnson Rlcna d rowell h1CU1L1 Brown
MANAGER AJARDS CPEEQLWADET AWARDS
lanagers Letter lst yr Trophy 3 r Letter 1 yr
Robert be t Carole BOTKOSK1 Sandra f3TT1S
Manag rs Basketball lst yr Sllver Megaphone 2 yr
John hnlght Bonnle W3FTlS
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Honday , March 16 eniors
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GIRLS' PHYSICAL ED
for the first time in the history of the school there were regularly
scheduled physlcal ed classes under the direction of Mrs Yalsh Durlng
class tlme they played some basketball and volleyball Later in the year
tney played a basketball game w1th St Clalrsvllle team and a benefit game
vmth a Junlor Women's team for ramsing money for the pollo drive
JUNIOR HI AND FRESHMEN TEAMS
Boys from the Seventh and Eighth.grades and Freshmen boys had teams
dlrected by Lee Nichols and Charles Vallne They played a few games w1th
teams from neighborlng town
Newell Amos, Mike Brown, Richard Harper, Gary Jackson, George len
don, Gary Nichols, Gene Owlngs, Ken Owings, Dick Powell, Kenny
Sanpanizzi, Dave Riggle, Steve Riggle, Ken Shaw,Ymalter S1nghaus
Don Van Curen, Lenny Yarnell
Robert Smlth and Darrell Kirkpatrlck
GAMES PLAYED IN APRIL
They lost the first game of the season by the score of 3 1 to Freeport
For Flushlng, K. Owings had two hlts 1n three tlmes at bat.
Flushing won its first game by defeating Holloway at Flushing 13-O,
For Flushing, Owings and Shaw had two hits apiece while Van Guren, K. Owing
D. Riggle, Yarnell, Singhaus, and Harper had one hit each.
They won their second game of the season by defeating Centerville 13-1.
For Flushing, Shaw, D. Riggle, Yarnell, and Brown had two hits apiece.
halt had Centervil1e's only hit.
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K Owlaoe had four hlts 1D four t1mLS at bat WhllG Van Curen and G OW1UgS
had two hlts each
BELMONT COUNTY BASEBALL TOURNAMENT
Flushlng defeated Lafferty ln the flPSt game of the tournament by the
score of 8 3 Van Curen and Yarnell had two hltS aplece whlle K Owlngs
Flushlrg defeated Centervllle A 3 to move 1htO the flnals of the tour
nament Flushlng was led by Van Curen wlth two nlts lH three tlmes at bat
Powhatan defeated Flushlng 7 1 to become tourney champs Yarnell led
F1USh1Hg wlth two hlts ln three tlmes at bat whlle Van Curen, Nlchols, G
0w1h s, and Brown had one each
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Flushlhg was defeated by Brllllant ln el ver lnnlngs 6 5 For the
Orlole , Yarnell C3HDaHlZZ1, and Dlchols had two h1t apleee
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Football Season u s opened thls year wlth a HK1ckoff Danceu
g1V6W bv the senlors It was well attended and enjoyed oy all
oct 18, 1958
Pomeconlng given by the Senlors The canola tes were as
follows Janet K rchner, Dhyllls lclerlno, Barbara Upchxrch
Lyn e Tjle, and Sand a H PFIS Barbara was our queen
Oct 31 1958
Halloween Cakexalk Our Gueen was Harriet Dayton and her
escort was Rlchard Harper The attendants were s follows
Jelen haole and J1mmy Lynn, Freshmen, Connle Norrls and Clarence
bmnghaus, Sophomores, Betty ROblDSOn and Robert Bethel, S6YlOPS
Nov l 1958
Serlors had another nV1CtOFy Dancen fter the Flushlng
Fran l1n name It w s well attended and evervone had good tlme
Nov lk, 1958
After the Play, Nr Bethel p ssed out thelr PlHfS A party
at Uadolfn Brown's home was engoyed afterwards
nec ls, 1958
The Chrl tm s Ccncert was held 1n the gym under the
dlrectlon of hrs Uhltaker and hr Pech Muslc bv the school
orchestra and chor J groups was engoyed by all
Feb 9 1959
The Glrls' Gym Cl ss 1PVltGd the Flushlng Jets, a team
made up of former pl yers on vlrls' basketball teams to plmy
beneflt game with them for the M rch of D1mes It was 1 lot of
fun for the spectators s well as the glr s
Feb 13, 1959
The chor l club V lentlne dop was held ln the gym The King
nd Queen of Hearts were Cherryl ROb1nSOh, Sophomore and D v1d
Feb ln, 1959
Another Valentine Dance was glven by the Seniors The Klng
1nd mueen were Barbara Uprhuxoh, and Dvvmd Gossett both S0h1JP'
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benvllle Afterw rds re all went out for dlnner There was a
dance at the gym that evenlng g1VBD by the Senlors
Aprll 17, 1959
A Shrlng Concert was glven by the achool Orchestra under the
dlP6CtJOD of Mr Pech and the Choral Groups under the dlrectlon
of hrs Whltaker
lprll 2L, 1959
The Senlor Class Play UPhantom of the H1gh Schoolu
a success It not only was fun for the Seniors but for
Anrll 30 1959
The annual Treasure Hunt for the Choral Groups was
the home of Mrs Whltaker Everyone had a good t1me
May l, 1959
The SBYIOPS had a Sock Hop at the gym w1th Ed Ross
D1 c uockey It w s enjoyed bf all
nay 9, 1959
The Junlor Senlor Banquet was held 1n the Uresbyterlan Church
basement and servgd by the Sophomore Girls After the Banouet
dancln at the school gym was engoged by the Junlors, the Senlors
and tuelr guests The MuSlC was flrn1shed bv the Adena High School
May 21, 1959
The Band Banquet also was held 1U the Presbyterlan Church
The evenlng was comwleted by danclng at the school gym
May 30, 1959
Another event of the school year was the Alumnl Banquet held 1n
t1e basement of the Catholic Church After the Banquet, there was
danclng at the school gym The mUSlC was furnished by the Shafer
June 5, 1959
The flnal event of this year was a Farewell Party glven by
the T A G Club in honor of the Seniors It was a lot of fun
and everyone had a good txme
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Manager Charles Smith, Tarion Gr ar, Glenn Manteau, Sic:
Powell, Rich-rd Harper, Gary Jackson, Coach Walter Bahorek
Newell Amos George Lendon, Lenny Yarnell, Howard binclair
Bob Leone, Ken Owings, Bob Bethel, Kon Shaw, Dave Gossett,
Marvin tampanizzi, alter Singhaus, Co cr alter Bihorek
Gene Owings, Lenny Yarnell, Dick rowell, Ken Camtanizzi
Richard Harper, Don Van Curen, Ken Hollingsworth, Gary
lanager John Knight, Gene Zollars, nike Brown, Gary Jackson,
N3F1OU Grear, John walsh, Dick Thompson, Ed mom, Manager
Ken Owings, Andy Cencula, Bob Bethel, Richard Harper, Dave
Murphy, Norman Mantcau
Gene Owings, Marion Grear, hllard Kitzmillfr, George Lendon,
rom Harrls, Bill Humphrey, John Jalsh, Paul oraker
Manager Hike Karchner, Hanag r Tom Holloway, Louis Dombroski,
Donald Hanes, Dick Powell, Gary Jackson, Harry Stanley,
anager ike Brown, Coach Walter Bahorek
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A lot of dl wppomnteo upp r classmen No In1t1at1on1
Teacher ' Neetlng, so we all tame a day off
Flectlon day for the class offlcers
Junlors ordered tl 1r rlngs toda Wlll they ever really et
Cheerleadel are elected cho
Barylaa, Carole Bor OSK1, and
Latln Club meet and declde to
lf thej can flnd somewhere to
Boy ' Glee Club elect offlcers
Choral Club elects offlcers
Flrst b g Npepu meetlng
en are Bonrle 'hTT1S, Donna Jean
have a party out ln the open
have lt Glrls' Glee Cllb
The N0r1olesH tart off the football season wuth a bang!
FllSHlHg So Belmont 21
The Fl1s11ng vs B thesda game 13 a V1PtOTy for F1USFlHg
The Sophomores have a nafrlde What fin'
Jewett crowns Flmshlng 21 13
To the front agaun Wltl a vlctory Flushlng 39, Centerville 1
Vote for Home comlnc Queen
Home comlng game sweeplng vlctory over Holloway barbara
Upchurch recelves the uonors of our first iome coming Queen
and tue Senlors hold a dance ln the gym
Flush1ng vs Hopeaale, a defeat for the nOP1018S H
Try outs for the Junior Class play Cand1dates for Hallo
ween Queen elected
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Halloween Queen is elected
The Halloween Parade and cakewalk Harrlett Dayton 18
crowned Queen by Mary Ellen Love, 1n the ab ence of last year's
Queen, Kay O Adams
The nOP1Ol6SH defeat Franxlln 1n Splte of raln
Play tlckets go on sale And look out, for Bobby Thompson'
really out to sell them
No School! Hurrah for Veteran's Day!
Several cowboys runnlng around school today Could lt be the
Junlors are trying to advert se thelr play?
Junnor Class play a success and on top of all thls the long
awalted P1DgS finally arrlve A party at Madolln Brown's
cllmaxes lt all
PFIHCG of Peace contests begln winners are Lynne lgle and
Another Prlnce of Peace contest 1S held at the Presbyterlan
Church Sue Rltchey the wlnner, and Bob Hyest the alternate
Basketball nrevlews at Tlltonsvllle
Indlvldual D1CtUP8S are taken w1thout anyone breaklng the camera
Report cards are handed out and now we take tlme off to be
thankful that we can take tlme off ffor Thanksglvlngl
School dld not resume today because of the snow
Flusnlng basketball season 1S ushered ln w1th game w1th
A vlctory over Bethesda
The Band held its Chrlstmas Party
Sue Ritchey goes on to w1n the County Prlnce of Peace Contest
Mrs Pettay was absent today T A G hold a mcetlng
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Our texm keeps up the good work and heats Belmont
Fldsh1ng Vu rowhatan a defeat
Who 11 off the cha1r 1n Chemlstry lab Would you know R h
lo al Club S1HUS at Rotary
A nvw t a program 15 neld 1n the VNU w1+h eve vone SlHg1Dg
e r ar LS Off for the hol s he ll nstma
Team Pl TS uolloway at Holloway and 13 11c+o11ous
Ho11d s wra ov r and now the work
Sev 1 n w lCL 1D H1gh School
and are Jl f0T1OuS
Mt Pleasant JOlDS the defeated as
Feemv We no+1ee s vcrel
we score 66 Sm
Old Nash1ngtor upsets the nOTlO1QS
There seems to oe a D8HlC for study 1DC6
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Wln over Bethesda
l0075 attendance for
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no one seems to v11ev1
early aga1n M111 t1lS wea+n r for
111 classes TlCe go1rg everyone.
class It scens mrs Arter even nad e
A pep meet1ng 15 leld for the Flusnlng Holloway 6 ne, a
v ctorv for lS
Another v1ctory1 Fluslung LL9 Belmont L13
World A1fa1rs Test 18 glVGH to several 31r1ors d sen1ors
Rep meetlng for Lafferty fluSh1Dg game 1n freshman and
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Bas ctball g we wlth Freeport A loss
Some Dcople gust wlll rot take
have slx meek xwre of Wl1t6P
warnlng and stay 1n so now we
fGround Hop Day
Another vlctory thls tlme over Hopedale
Dlek P seems to have lost hls
teeth He thlPkS t ey are at hls
sue Rltch y and Bob Bethel are chosen as L aders of Tomorrow
The la t home ba ketball fame 1 a vlctory over F8HtfTV111C
Allmnl vs the Glrls' Physlcal Fd Class ln the March of Dlmes
cha lty oasxetball game The Alunll wlns by ore polnt What
The last schedlled basKe+ball game for us t lS year
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Play tournament game aga nst Lafferty
to a trash can lr the basement of tre gym Must have been
nCW3T11C Brown N Choral Club lold lts annual Valentlne Party
Junlors hold a Bake Sale and senlors hold a Valentlne hop
Contestants 1n the World Affalrs contest speak at Rotary
N nners are Bob iyest and DUS16 D1 Clemente
Madolln Brown and Rlck Harper naned to attend Glrls' ard Boys'
State, respeotlvely Jean Lewls and Bob Tuomoson named alter
nates Lost to Betlesda 1n the Tour ament
1D the last Tournament gane but wln the Sportnen's
c erleaders also wlr a troony
came from the chemlstry labor ory, what Ya oened
Latln Club hold a oarty
The Glrls' Basketball team play5St C and s defeated
Elected class cheerleaders Be prepared for war' Report cards
are ode t 1S evenlng
Class tournaments begln w1th the Senlors beatlrg the Soohomo es
sue Blteney and Bob Bethel attend Leaders of Tomorrow Banquet
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No school b1g snow storm
A group of hlgh school students attend 9 Teen Time on WSTV
Mrs Kerr llkes her Soc1al Problems class so well that she
them after the bell rlngs
The dlgnlty of the Senlors 1S cast aslde today as they are d
feated by the Freshmen
The Athletlc Banquet sponsored by Rotary is held
Every one has Usprlng fevern and lt surely shows up on the
The chemlstry class mlxes up a big Ustlnk H Play practlco
beglns for the Senlors
Glrls' Basketball game between the two phys1cal ed classes
Girls' Basketball game between the two physical ed classes
The Sophomores p1ck thelr PlHgS Easter Vacatlonl
Club slng at Rotary
Amer1can Leglon Athletlc Banquet R1Ck Harper seems to have
gotten a reputatlon for eatlng at these banquets, but had to
m1ss th1s one, much better for Owings, Bethel, and Foraker
Mlke Brown sa1d he could only eat 2h pleces of chlcken because
they had turkey at home
Bob and Susle g1ve a report of thelr trlp to Cinc1nnati at
Rotary, and Rotary members are well pleased
Baseball game An arny recrulter vlslted school today Does
the Army really know what they're asklng for by wantlng to
recrult these guys senlor Sock Uop
Glrls' Phys Bd class turns lnto a good prlze fight n1th no
There's too much cooperatlon ln Hlstary Mrs Kerr inslsts
that the tests be more orglnal even to the extent of senolng a
few of her students to the typlng room gSad, but neva th less,
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across Today he even turned up slde down a vase of water that
was on THB de L
bame old routlne
Another recr xter, thls tlse the Navy I Q tests g1V6D today
Everyone tr,1ng to proxe ne 1 as lntelllgent as e pretends
to be Revert cards come out today pVCTVOD8 lS holdlng h1
breath e odlv ave to eo t1rouLh hls once more this year
In ru 10658 TF1lD1DQ 11e larchner and Howard S nclalr kGf1H
to nlan tr p to Ala lre won't get bac tefore school
closes unle the run olt of oney Sprlng Ltwoort of all
m,s3c ortaal atlons wr S xteo Y the yr
Sle lltchej llP9S stud, dall so well that she for ets to FO
to the Clellstry lao That's all Flpht, Sue, we all have
days llke that ire Belmont Count Class HAH Basehall loarna
ment LSf1DS Wlti Flus lug de eatlng Laffelty
S6WlOF play matlnee A other Lame, defeat Centervllle
Powhatan defeats F1USl1Hg Wlth a couple of the fellows gettlng
Urmfiedu up ln the process ine senlor class play HPhantom
of txe Hlgh Schoolu a blg success we all txougno Dave Fitz
orald dld an e cellent Job a 1H5 lenav's place
Irs Nalsh has trounle kS8U1Hb tue J.n1ors busy act1v1ty
perlod so today she hrougnt a ho of ouzzles La be tU1S
W1 l work
The seventeen Senlor ionor stucents attend Rotary today
L oral Glu uolos lts an1ual Treasure Hunt at hrs Whxtaxer'
A ood tlxe had 1U s lte ol the raln DOWH19 Val Luren and
RlCkV Farper llno tn treasule ln a cow' looto Wdow, now,
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The Senlors hold tue1r last Soc op
New magorettes wlll oc elected by the Banu mothers
Irs Dowdle from unempkyment o flee 1U Brldgeport gave
shorthand ano typlng tests to Senlor gurls
The Junior oenlor Banquet 1S held at the Presbyterlan Church low
we know why Rlck's net peeve 1S dlstnacc from Beallesvllle
wlld rlde and bout wlth the law come to llght n the talks at
the banquet Tue theme of the Prom 15 tte Nsatelllte Pall N
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Rltchey and Mrs Hubbard Wlll chaperon the group wh t vac tlon
B nd Banouet wlll be held at Presbytcrl n Church' Danclng and
refreshments wlll be enjoyed later ln the gym
Bacc laureate Servlces
Not thlng expected to h ppen wust work and study for exams
UX.mlD8tlOUS Commencement exerclses w1ll be held in the gym
Elghth grade commencement We're looklng forward to h'V1Hg th1S
class Wlth us next year
Alumnl Banquet, d nclng ln the gym
Report cards Final event of the year Good bye, Good Luck'
Now comes the yearly closlng of each book,
Ah, let books gather dust whlle young hands try
To ease a struggllng worm upon a hook,
To launch P b lsa plane 1nto the sky
Now, put away the urgent, Cl1P1OH bell,
Close fast the door, and turn the well worn ke
Let drowsy days of summer weave thelr spel
For youth must have a t.me of belng free
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Mr Pltchey and Mr McFadden were arguing about whlch had the most
Stupld puplls To prove his polnt Mr Rltchey called D8V1d F1tZg6P8ld
to hls desk He gave hlm S SO and told hlm to go up to the garage and
buy hlm a new Ford As Davld went to fulflll hls task Mr lcFadden
sald, NThat's nothlng, just watch me a mlnute He called N ll DeVault
over to hlm and told hlm to go and ask h1S wlfe lf he was home
tell me what
to see lf he
Andrew Cencula was sent to college and told to wrlte
and tell hls parents about hls new llfe At the end
flrst letter arrlved It read UThere are 370 boys
way Davld met Nell and sald, HBoy, what a H1 Wlt Mr Rltchey
me 3 50 and told me to get hlm a new Ford but he forgot to
color N UThat's nothlng,H Sald Nell, HMr McFadden sent me
was at home when he could have used the
of a week hls
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there were 369
'These new shoes are too narrow and polnted
HBut, Mother, they are wearlng narrow, polnted shoes
may be, but unfortunately, I am stlll wearlng
year's feet N
Harold Johnson fto h1S slsterl HEat your splnach, Brenda It wlll
put color ln your cheeks N
Brenda Johnson 'Who wants green cheeks, anyway?
Mr Bethel WYou're twenty mlnutes late agaln Don't you know
what tlme school starts9U
Mike Karchner NVQ sir They're always at lt when I get here U
Judge UHave you ever appeared ln court before
Willard Kltzmlller Yes, your honor '
P O Clerk
'In what SU1t7'
er 'My tan gabardlne
'Shall I stlck the stamp on myself7'
UNO, you should stlck lt on the package
flSh, but lt got away
lt welghed slx poundson
NI caught a SlX pound
UThen how do you know
Ult had scales on lts
Brown told Madolln to help with the mllklng Looklng ln to
see how she was dolng, he found Madolln feeding the mllk to the cow
when Mr. Brown asked why, Madolin answered, UJust as I flnlshed mllk-
ing her, she stuck her foot in the pail. So I thought I'd better
run the milk through again to clean it.H
Mrs. Kerr 'How far are you from the correct answer?
Denver Fitzgerald 'Two seats
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Sue Home's d9f1D1t1OD of a f1Sh1Dg pole HA stlck w1th a worm at bath
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Dave Gos ett
Caro e Gardner
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learn at your flrst day 1D school, Donn1e9H
I learned a lot durlng recess
serve anyone H
UTh1s 1s a holdup G1ve me your money or else
'O else wraton
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Hhow d1d you do on your hlstory examlnatlon '
UNot well, but lt wasn't ly fault They asked about
hlngs that hapcered before I was born H
What lS the shape of the wqrld, Gene9H
It s round
Can you prove that '
HAll rlght, it's squa I don't want an argumen
'I never saw a plcture of an angel w1th a beard or
mustache D men ever go to heaven9'
W , yes, but 1t's always by a close srave
H o you know what one strawberry sald to another9H
IV O hatoll
U s your dog a setter or a po1nte19H
Uveltrer H 's an upse ter an a dlsapoolnter '
UWhy did the doctor always call hls nur e Happendlcltls
I don t know
HBecause he was a ways taklng her out H
Hfkat would vnu 9'
NI'd shlne them
o ,ou were ln my shoes
WIf I had known
klssed you N
UGosh, wasn t that vou
that tunnel was so long, I would have
Are you yawnlng
UNO, I'm glvlng a sllent Indlan war whoop
Hlarllng, in the moonllght your teeth shlne llke pearls,H
'And when were vou out wlth Pearl '
Barber C o Art Hendersonb UWhat'll you have, a halrcut or just the 011
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Suppose four were mlSSlHg one day What would you have
Darlene Iurphv o plano lessons
Helen Maple N hat do we have 1D December that we do not have 1n any
Jerry Harrls 'The letter
Nancy Fury NWh re do you surpose the man wro lnvented spaghettl ever
got th 1dea9H
Madellne Ko1s NFrom h1s noodle, I suppos H
M1chell1 Why 15 your nose so red and swollen H
I stopped to smell a brose
A 'brose 9 fou know there 1sn't any B ln rose H
'There was 1n th1s one
I'll never get over what I saw last nlght
what d1d you see9H
NMy teacher scolded me because I d1dn't know where the
Great Lakes were H
Louis Dembrosk1"Noxt tune remember where you put thlngs '
Glngerale a drlnk that tastes llke your foot feels when
it goes to sleep
'D1d you hear they weren't golng to sell soda pop at
baseball games any more9U
Ronnle M1ll1ngernNo, Why N
'Butch' UBecause the Indlans lost the opener '
M133 Campbell Crapping on deskb 'Order please
Sleepy volce from back CRay luysterl Hhamburger wlth onlons for me
Arthur Lltten 'I asked her lf I could see her home U
Tom Harrls 'Nhat d1d she say9'
Arthur 'She sald she d send me a plcture of lt
Kenny Gllham You look worrled
Kenny Campanlzzluworrledo I have so many worrles that 1f anything else
happens I won't have tlme to worry about lt for another
Our two Janltors CMr Stubbs and Mr Chlhlp They were room mates
They even swept together ll fact they were dust
Then the one about the little moron who cut a hole in the rug so
he could see the floor show, He sewed it up later, of course, because
he didn't want to see the hole show.
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uandra Humphrey 'It's probably shells The reclpe or moth 1's called for
three whole eggs H
Mr Bahorek What's F15 name
John Inlght 'OSSCOWlDSlDSkl9 newspapers
Mr Bahorek Hrut h1m on f1TSt team Boy, wlll I get evcn wlth thef
Paul Foraker to a college 1nt rvlewer UNO, I am not 1n the upper half of my
class You know thcre aren't as many 1n the upper half as there used to be
Rlchard Harper Nhy dld the government buy Sc1o Pottery9H
Donnle VanCuren HTo make cups for the flylng saucers
Mrs Arter 'Name the outstandlng accompllshment of the Romans
Fene Owlngs 'They understand Latln N
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Bethel to S8D1OT class Jlll the owner of the car w1th llcense number
J1m Carnes NTeacher, I can't go to class today because I don't feel well N
Mrs Kerr Nlmere don't you feel well9H
1m n class
Georg Lendon ' hat 15 black and wh1te and blue all overfu
Bob Thompson I don't know '
George 'P newspaper when the wlnd gets hold of lt
R land Stewart hat's the dlffer nce between a Jeweler and a 3a1ler9N
Alan Blanchard A Jeweler s lls watches and a Jaller watches cells
V1rg1n1a Workley U Mat d1d the llttle dog say when he sat on the sandpaper
Carole Slta 'Ruff '
Barbara B thel Ulf you had a wood stove, a coal stove, a keroslne lantern
and a flreplace, and only one match, wrlch would you llght
Martha Lendon 'The match
Daffynlshun Autoblography A car's llfe hlstory
Kenny Holllngsworth NThat brunette ln the plald dress 1sn't really v ry
Kelth Holllngsworth HI know She wouldn't dance w1th me, elther
Susan Cunard WD1d you read 1U the paper that a kid was born wlthfbur legs9H
Kathy Grear 'No '
Susan U eah, h1s mother was a goat.N
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Marlon Grear Belng too short
Sonny Stanley A g1rl friend that 15 too tall
Ray Luyster Motorcycles that won't run
Barber Upchurch -Not belng able to get out of class when I want to
Betty Roblnson Barbara Upchurch
Kelth Holllngsworth Statlon H111 when it lS sllck
M dO11n Brown Too much farm work
Roll.nd Stew rt Mow1ng grass
Sandra Lynn Some people that call me Alabama or T1ger
Bob Thompson Beople asking about the weather, and expecting me to do some
thlng about lt
Jlm Carnes Cars that won't peel
ken Holllngworth Bowllng balls that won't go down the alleys for strlkes
R1Ck Harper Beallsvllle belng too far away
Davld Murphy Gettlng out of bed ln the morning to go to school
Fred Center Ualklng to town
Rofor Thrash Second perlod study hall
Jlm Lynn Blcvcles that won't run 1n the snow
Willard Kltzmlller UhP1ChSV11L3tOO far to drlve
Donnle VanCuren Peoole that get me up early on Saturday mornlng ll OO
Jerry Harrls Teachers
Ronn1e Luyster Livlng ln the Bt1Ck8
Betty Johnen No place for Ullttle cherubsn to go when they donlt want
to go to study hall
Jean Lewis The way the boys in the Junlor Room behave
Bob Hrcst The way the glrls lH the Junlor Room behave
Charles Smlth When the cows get out and I can't get them,
Marv1n Campanlzzl Everyone wantlng me to tell them stories about HSplend1dH
Sue Van Curen Transmlsslons that won't hold up
Judy Bradley Boy friends that say smart thlngs when you are talklng to them
Harrlet Dayton The actlons of some of the kids when someone new comes into
Sandra Rankes Trees
Kathy Grear Ra1n when I w1nt to take motor scooter rlde
The women teachers Three Jun1or boys golng steady
Mrs Whltaker Gum
Rlchard Lane Lost tools
Sue Ann io' e Cold toast
Eugene Zollars Sp1nach
Art Borkoskl Bowllng pxns hittzng me 1n the head
D ve Gossett Turns 1n the road
Bob Upchurch Blg ban motorcycles
Sandra Harrls Llttle blt of everyth1ng
Phyllis Plckerlng Someone cracklng gum
Janet Karchner Can't stand teasing
lhrvin K1tzm1ller- Hot kldney beans in my ch1l1
Mrs. Hubbard Battle of the bulge Too much good food
Dick Powell When kissing my girl, my false teeth fall down
Mr McFadden -People that have no pencil nor paper
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PRINCE OF PnACE In the afternoon of November 9, 1n the bhT1St18D N1SSlOH
ary Alllance Church, Lynne Lyle, Normar nanteau, Charles Sn1th, Walter
S1nghaus, and R1chard Harper spoke Lynne Lyle was the w1nner and
Norman lanteau was the alternate On the evenlng of ovember 9 Dav1d
Gossett, Dav1d Riggle, Paul Foraker, Willlam Humphrey, Dav1d F1tzgerald,
and James Carnes spoke 1n the PT9Sb3tST13R Church T e w1nner was
James Carnes and the alternate was Paul Foraker On the evenlng of
vovenber 16, at the hetnodlst Church, the contestants were Robert Bethel,
Ken Shaw, Sue Ritchey, Nell DeVault, and Robert .yest The w1nner was
Sue R1tchey and the alternate was Robert Hyest Sophla Slta, yen owlngg,
John Knight gave their epeeschee betore the P THA at a regular meetlng
On December 7, James Carnes spoke at Bellaire, Oh1o, Lynne Lyle
spoke at lartlns Ferry, and recelved alternate, Sue R1tchey spoke at
Flush1ng and won the County contest On January h Sue went to Mar1
etta to speak ln the D1str1ct compet1t1on but d1d not w1n
TRABFIC CONF RFNCE Four boys were selected from F1USh1Hg R1gh School
to attend the Trafflc Conference held at MusK1ngum College at New Con
cord on November 15, 1958 The four boys were Bob Bethel, den OW1HgS,
Robert Hyest, and R1ck Harper The faculty advlsor that attended w1th
them was the dr1ver tra1ning teacher, hr Walter Bahorek Tn1s was
the f1rst tlne Flush1ng Hlgh Scuool has sent a group to part1c1pate ln
a trafflc conference of any kind
B TTY CROCQER TFST There were f1ve senlors wxo took th1s test Susle
D1 Clemente, Baroara Uethel, Barbara Thatcher, Martha Lendon, and
Marg1e PlCh9111 The test was a f1fty minute written exam1nat1on on
QOm6m8k1Hg knowledge and att1tudes Susle Ui Clemente was declared
the w1nner and rece1ved a pin manufactured by Josten's The p1n
represents the slogan, UHome lS where the Heart 1S '
LLADERS OF TOMORROW Robert Bethel and Sue R1tchey, rated on scholar
sh1p, leadership, and character, represented Flush1ng Hlgh at the
HLeaders of Tomorrown Banquet held 1n Bella1re, March lO
WORLD ABFAIRS WINNERS -On February 18 a group of both boys and g1rls
spoke 1n compet1tion before the Rotary Club, on topics of current
lnterest The f1ve glrls were Susle D1 Clemente, nadolln Brown, Sue
Rltchey, Sophla S1ta, and Anne Way The f1V9 boys were Robert Qyest,
Ronald Luyster, Ken Ow1ngs, Robert Betuel, and Donald Grear
Susie D1 Clemente and Robert Ryest were chosen by the Club to
attend the annual world Affairs Instltute at b1nc1nnati, March l3 and lb
ALL TOVRNA.ENT RECOGIITION Ken Shaw was honored by belng cho en a
member of the nAll Tournamentu Team, Belmont Co Class A Tournament
ABL LEAGUE RECOGRITION Two boys from Flushlng, Don Van Curen and Ken Shaw
were honored by being chosen as members of the 1958 S9 Belmont County A
Class UAll Ieagueu Basketball Team.
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wlth a l3 5 r cord wh ch enabled thcm to be Belmont County Co Champs wlth
Centervllle Hlgh School They also entered the Belmont Class A tournament
as the top s ated team Thus they ndcd another very successful season
under Coach 'alter Bahorek
SPOPTMANSHIP TROPHY Flush1n H1gh School Basketball team PGC81VLd the
sportmanshlp trophy that w s g1V8H to the team th t conducted th mselves
as the best sports on the floor Thls was the f1TSt tlme a Flushlng
tc m has r CO1V6d the trophy s1nce Nr Bethel became executlve he d at
CH VRILIDFRS FIRST PLACF TROPHY Flushlng Hlgh School cheerleaders recelved
the flrst place trophy th s year at the Belmont County Basmctball +ourna
ment held at Barnesvllle Gymnaslum The four che leaders were Bonnle
Harrls, arole Borkoskl, Donna Barylak, and Sand a Harrls N1ce gO1ng, g1r
GIRLS' TATU Madolln Brown was chosen by the faculty to be sent June 20 28
by the Flushlng Amerlcan LCQIOH to repres nt Flus11ng at Glrls' State at
Capltal Unlversltv, Columbus, Oh1o The alternate, chosen, was Jean Lewis
BOYS' STAT? Rlchard Harper was chosen by the faculty to bc snnt June l2 21
by the Flushlng Am rlcan Leglon to represent Flushlng at Boys' tate, Camp
Perry, Ohlo The alternate was Robert Thompson
SCHOLARSHIP TEST Sue Ann Rltchey placed ln the upper 51 of the State ln
those taklng the Senlor SChOla1Shlp Test 1n Januarv Sue w1th a score of
222 placed nlnth among the g1P1S 1n the Oh1o Unlvcrslty D1str1ct and slxth
among both boys and glrls 1n Belmont County Lynne Lyla of the Flushlng
Flgh SchooL recelved honorable ment1on ln Belmont County 1D the same test
NIN T I TIME Nlne
on Channel 9 from l2
wrote the Statlon to
Teen Tlme 15 a 2 hour Hlgh School Dance Tarty that lS
o'clock untll 2 o'clock on Saturday Judy Delaney
flnd out 1f Flushlng Hlgh School could partlclpate on
th1s show The answer was Uyesn so twenty couples were selected to go to
Steub nvllle, Ohlo, to partlclpate The followlng couples were selected
Kathy Grear and
and Kenny Shaw,
Haro r, Phyllls
Plke Brown, Judy Delane and D1ck Thompson, Connle NOFPIS
Donna Bar lak and Mlke Karchner, Paullne M1stak and
C role Borkoskl and Cene Lollars, J an L w1s and Rlchard
Plckerlng and Donnle VanCuren, Judy Bradley and Howard
Karchner and Tom Holloway, ynne Lyle and Bob Bethel,
Janlce Smlth and Marvln C8mp3DlZZl, B tty Roblnson and Sonny Stanley,
Juanlta Medley and B111 Humphrey, Rosette Fltzgerald and MPTV1H K1tzm1ller,
Sendr Nlnet and K nny Gllham, Sandra Rlnkes and Ke ny Owlngs, Sue VanCuren
and D v1d Fltzgcrald, Barbara Upchurch and Dlck Dowell, Bonnle Holloway and
John Knlght A flne tlme was had by all
'ORLD FFAIRS INSTITUTF REBORT Susle DeClemente and Robert Hyest returned
to the Flushlng Rotary Club, Aprll 8, 1959, to gl e a report on the1r trlp
to C1nc1nnat1 Each report was about ten mlnutes long and conslsted of
what they saw, heard, and learned whlle they were there
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The outstandlnv event of the football season this year was the crown
lng of the Homccomlmg Queen Thls, the flrst homecommng at Flushlng Hlgh
School, was 1U tlated by the oenlor Class of 1959
F om the L1Vt candldates nonlnated from the Senlor Class, the qu n
w s hoses Ly tic cnt re hlgh school The ollowldg candndat s have been
v TI ac 1 e and promlnlnt 1H school affalrs Sandra Harr s, Jarft harch
nor, lznne Tyl , fhyllls Plckerlng, and Barbara Upchurch, the ouecn
lhe CTOWWlhP of the ou en took pl ce at half tlmc of the Flushlng
Hol oway lcf 5 ll Qlme ill candldat s were pre entod and the r n h
cho art vt 19 were announced bf Ronald Luys+er The queen then came
by lndrew C d ula No ran Warteau and Rob t humphr y than draped th
ro A bteumlful bouquet of e1g1tcen ro cs 1 presentcd to the qu en
bv Paul olaker The DTlVllFge of CPOWUlHg the queen was glV r to Kenneth
OWlHHS And as a tokrn of the team, Robert Bftdel gave Barbara a foot
ball wlth th squad members' names prlnted on lt
We ar grateful to the fOl1OW1ng who drove the candldates to the
football fleld 1D COHVLFtlblCS oohn fnlght, D ve Gossett, Neil DeVault
Robert Taylor ano Larry Rumer They were vcry worthy escorts
Af+e1 tho game a Ho cmlng Dance was held 1n the gynnaslum The
records w rt spun by Wd Ross from VHLL lhe honored guest at the dance
was our HOWCCOB1Hg Fueen, Barbara Upchurch
The senlor Class w1shes to thank anyone who helped make thls flrst
Homecomlng a success
Judl Humphrey, chosen HAmer1ca's Tun1or M153 of l9S9 , was a member
of th1s year's graduatlng class untll she moved to Pennsylv nla ln her
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Helen Barto at home
She1la Cheatham at home
Geraldlne Conter -marrled to Robert Smlth
Rlchard Dembrosk1 Marlnes
Harold Fletch r Unlted States Army
James Grear Employed at Cloverland Dalry
Dorothy W1lli3mS married to Robert Harrls
Laurence Hobllck self employed
Kenneth Huff employed at Huff Real Estate Agency
Mary Husk marrled to Ronnle Alexander
Nancy Jordan marr1ed to Robert Moore
Larry m Klrkpatrlck at home
Carl Kltzmlller employed at Stalnaker Garage
Barbara Kols emrloyed at Oh1o Inspectlon Bureau
Kenneth Leone employed at Blnns store
Glenn Manteau at home
Joyce Meddles marrled to Amello Dalplaz
Edward M1ller Otterbeln College
Kay Odor1zz1 marrled to Kenneth Adams
Phyllls Radle employed at Cloverland Dairy
Robert Taylor employed at the Taylor Lumber Yard
Lynn Workley NHFIHSS
ALUMNI IN SCHOOL
Edw rd Mlller Otterbeln Unlverslty
James Cameron -Ohlo State Universlty
James Lewls Ohlo Unlverslty
Leonard Cencula Salnt John's Vlanney Seminary, Steubenvllle
John Fltzgerald 'est Llberty Colle e
Laurel Hobllck Nurses' Tralnlng at North Wheellng Hospltal
Jessle Lendon Nurses' Trainlng at North Wheel1ng Hospltal
Don ld D1os1 Case Instltute, Cleveland
Rlchard Shlpley -Nyack M T I , Nyack, New York
Ch rles C.mpan1zz1-Musklngum College
Francls DiC1emente Ohlo Unlverslty
Loulse Bo man -Nurses' Tralnlng at Good Samarltan Hospltal, Zanesville
Lenora Maccall1ni -Nurses' Tralnlng at Good Samaritan Hospltal, Zanesvllle
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Robert B rnowskl Unlted Stat s A1r Forc
Leo Bober Unlted States Navy
Raymond Bradlty Jnlted States Navy
Charles Curtls Unlted States A1r Force
John Delaney Unlted States A1r Force
Rlchard Dembroskl Unlted states Marlnes
Harold Fletcher Unlted states Army
Harry Glll Unlted States A1r Force
Gerald Grlmes Unlted States Navy
Robert Holloway Unlted States Army
Grady Hughes Unlted States Navy
Edwln Johnson Unlted States A1r Force
Leroy Kltzmlller Unlted States Army
Robert Knox Un ted States A1r Force
Willlam Lane Unlted States Marlnes
Gary Manteau Unlted States Navy
Leroy Marshall Unlted Navy
Carl Medley Unlted States A1r Force
Walter Moore Unlted States A1r Force
James Murphy Unlted States A1r Force
Gary Rlnkes Unlted States Navy
B111 Somervllle Unlted States A1r Force
Gerald Wheatley Unlted States Navy
Lynn Workley Unlted States Marlnes
Geraldlne Conter, 58, to Robert Smlth
Nancv Jordan, '58, to Robert Moore
Carl Kltzmlller, 58, to Joanne Fodor
Joyce Meddles, '58, to Amelio Dalplaz
Kay OdOPlZZl, 58, to Kenne+h Adams
John Fltzgerald, '5L, to Joanne Glb on, 5A
nlizabeth Taylor, 5A, to Allen Brokaw
Ronnle Lane 56 to Sharon Ballard
Rose Nlemlec, 57, to Geno Ch1n1
Marthella Campbell, '5l, to Edward M Farlan
Nancy Plper, '57, to Mhlllqg lvmldpwskl
Patty Thompson, 55, to Ph1l1p Nh1tGhOHS8
Dorothy Mlchelll, 'hl, to Charles Bowman
Shlrley Van Nest, 56, to Clyde Carpenter
Mary Husk, 58, to Ronnle Alexander
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OUR AP RLCLATION
Wo, thc Lltorlm St ff of 1959, slnceroly
ofpross our opprec tlon of the coopor tlOD of e
xmculty and the buoauts who havo helpkd us publlsh
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We hope, the ye rs go by, as you lewf
torough tH so pwgo , thot they will brlng bacx fond
WCm0TlLS of the flka wrt dwys nc no hwri work you
dld whllc you attended F H S or wlsh you had done.
The funlor Class W1SkuS to thank vou
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