Frank B Willis High School - Delhi Yearbook (Delaware, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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v ,f 1? Ti ASIPI' 'Fx L x 1 N 1 's O , Jlv Q, 5 If . Y 1 Q K I ,, lg . PM UI 'f 12 vi Q I. ' I Ili fr Y 'X X , 5 I I 1 1 I if sf - A, UM if, l It fm UI Ei r Q. -. . +29 X .gh E 5 I T I b 1 1 4 1 FRANK B, WILLIS I-IIGII SCHOOL DELAWARE OHIO Zn iwlzmuriam DAVID RAY SMITH March 22, 1896-July 16, 1955 Superintendent, Delaware City Schools 1933 - 1955 Teach me that I may teach g and by Thy grace, I pray, Let me not dim for one the brightness of this day. Grant me Thy wondrous love that I may touch their souls And turn their eager hearts to high and noble goals. CHA Teacher's Morning Prayer" by Anna B. Myers from the files of Mr. Smith.J 1 v a Left to right: Row 1 -T. Thomson, D. Crose, J. Elliott. Row 2 -J. Drake, J. Patrick, H. Ufferman, B. Coover, J. Bossert, E. Dixon, Miss Olatha Benson, D. Barringer, J, Royer, J. O'Neal, N. Torrence, S. Tapp, J. Robinson. Row 3 - B. Strimer, R. Piult, I.. Chase, C. Bayliff, D. Gorsuch, D. Arrington, I.. Rardon, H. Hearn, L. Evans, S. Stiles, J. Kofoed, D. Winship, C. Ellis, S. Marks, S. Green, J. Strimer. ' 11956 DELHI STAFF Editor ............... . . . . ....,........... Elizabeth Dixon ' Business . . .h .......... ..... J ames Bossert":, Ronald Bonnehte Betty Coover, Sandra Green Advertising ..... .... D onald Barringer"', Richard Croseik, Walter Thomson Photography ..... ...................... J ohn Elliott, William Paynter Copyf ......... .... C ynda Bayliff", Joyce Southard, John Elliott Diane Gorsuch, Joanne Kofoed Seniors ..... ................ J ames Bossert, Lynn Evans Faculty' .... . . . . ................. Shirley Stiles Calendar ..... ...................... J cmet Patrick, Helen Ufferman Typing ....... . . .Joyce Robinson""", Donna Arrington, Sondra Baker Sarah Marks, Joyce'Royer, Linda Chase Identification ..... .... R osilyn Piatt"t, Donna Arrington, Dora Winship T Charlene Ellis, Harriett Hearn, Vicki Roberts Judy Strimer, Robert Strimer, Sandra Tapp The i956 Delhi staff is deeply grateful to the faculty and students of Willis, Cubberly Studio, our advertisers, Gateway Publishing Company, and the Gray Printing Company, who have made this edition ofthe Delhi possible. Special thanks goes to Miss Olatha Benson, advisor of the annual. About fifteen years ago, a senior art class, under the supervision of Mrs. Chester Patingale, spent many days collecting ideas and designing symbols for a school seal. From much planning came a collabo- ration of the present official school seal. The torch on the seal is representative of the symbol of learning and the open book, the symbol of knowledge. The top hat stands for the late Senator F. B. Willis, for whom our school is named. Each year in the high school is represented by a star. The seal has become the official design for class rings and graduation invitations. The staff of the l956 Delhi proudly displays the seal on the cover of its yearbook. i Oh, we love the Black-eyed Susan, Tho humble flower it be, And we,ll often make allusion To the flower whose charms we seeg For fond memiries it will kindle, Nor honor shall it lack, For it stands as natureas symbol Of "The Orange and the Black." In those dear 1 I day Q high school l Drinking 1 e mys 1 pring, Where we live :A , 1 5 and schedule In school-life' 1 ed , ing, 1 1- O' in 1 1 er 'O e s 'Olde fro ' 1,1 ' ba e f ur 1 g O ' e Orange 1 he Ing When 11: vf , 1. O' our senior laurels V 1 11 . , hi school days are o'er, A j' li if wells within us, Fo A t - ell we hear no more, 'V V'7' ll en life's cares shall have enthralled us, Our hearts will wander back, To the days when that bell called us, To "The Orange and the Black? ADMINISTRATION MR. CARL L. HOPKINS University of Akron, B.E. Ohio State University, M.A. Northwestern University Ohio Wesleyan University The summer of nineteen hundred fifty-five brought many changes in the Willis High School administrative offices. Carl L. Hopkins was elected superintendent of the Delaware City Schools to succeed the late David R. Smith. Mr. Hopkins has been with the Delaware City school system for a number of years, twelve of which he served as Principal of Willis. Mr. Hopkins has been an active member and leader in Delaware Civic organizations as well as a number of profes- sional organizations of Ohio Schools during the past few years. His professional contacts and his kindness toward the members of his teaching staff will be of paramount value in his achieving success in this new and important position. MR. THOMAS D. GRAHAM Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A. Thomas D. Graham was elected principal of Willis in ,the summer of nineteen hundred fifty-five to succeed Carl L. Hopkins. Mr. Graham has been a teacher in the Willis science department for twenty-five years. He has been an instructor in the department of education at Ohio Wesleyan University since nineteen hundred forty-three. For a number of years he served as a delegate of the Delaware City Teachers Associa- tion to the Ohio Education Association meetings. ' MISS DOROTHY J. WHl'lTED Simpson College, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Senior English and Literature American Literature Dorothy Whitted was elected curriculum coordinator ofthe Delaware City Schools and began her work in that capacity in the fall of nineteen hundred fifty-five. ln addition to clearing the work of assistant principal, she has started on the iob of articulating the course of study in all of the Delaware City Schools. MR. LEN VISCI Miami University, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Visual Aids for Willis Junior High Supervisor Athletic Department Leonard Visci is the newly elected Junior High Supervisor at Willis and assumed his duties in the fall of nineteenhundred fifty-five. He is also directing the visual aids program of our school succeeding Thomas Graham. Mr. Visci had been the assistant principal of Willis Junior High for a number of years. BUARD OIF EDUQMILON , Left to right: Mrs. Jean Virtue, Clerk, Mr. Harry Humes, Mr. Paul Kissner, Mr. Eugene Peebles, President, Mr. Robert Bums Vice President, Mr. James Collard, Mr. Carl Hopkins, Superintendent. Secretary, Principal Secretary, Superintendent Mrs. Homer Wyss Miss Francis Marks Attendance, Cafeteria Mrs. Raney Wynkoop "Where we live by gong and schedule In school-life,s enchanted ring." FACULTY MRS A B ALBERTSON Ohlo Wesleyan Unlverslty Jumor Hugh Mathe matlcs MISS OLATHA BENSON Bliss College BS ln Educa tlon Unnverslty of Cmcmnata Mlaml Umverslty Business Educatnony Bookkeeping GeneralBusnness Delhn Adviser MR C E BEOUGHER Ohno State Umverslty BS and MS Wuttenbergy Colo rado A. and My Muclngan State-Vocational Agruculture MR DALE BOWMAN Kent State Unlversuty BS and ME Llncoln Electric Weldmg School, Stout Inst: lute-Co ordmator for Dnver snfned Co operatuve Traunmg Program Ohuo Wesleyan Unlverslty B.A and MA.: Ohuo State Umverslty Modern Lan guages MR CHARLES H CHASE Bowlmg Green State Umver slty B.S In Education Industrial Arts MR DELMAR CORNWELL Musklngum College BA Science Druver Tramlng Head Basketball Coach Back fxeld Football and Tennns Coach Ohla Wesleyan Umverslty BA Home Economucs Eighth Grade Core American History MR RICHARD COYLE Ohlo State Umversuty BS Health and Physical Educa hon Head Football Coach MRS MAROX Y DUNTON Ohio Wesleyan Unlverslty BA Bllss College BS Busmess Educatnon Offace Machmes Business Engllsh MRS EARL E EVANS Ohuo Wesleyan Unlverslty BA Latln English Forensics MR RAYMOND F FELTS Ohlo Wesleyan Unuverslty BA and MA Ohlo State Unlversuty Mathematucs Algebral ll and lll Plane Geometry Trigonometry Mu- . . j Hi. ' . I . Hi. I HJ ' ' '- ', Miss ookomv K.sussAno .MRSJERMD CQRY. - ' ' - -, MISS HORTENSE HARTER Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. Ohio State University- English Nine MRS. N. S. HEARN Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B.-English, Speech, Dra- matics MRS. JOHN HENLE Ohio University, University of Maryland, B.A.-Seventh Grade Core MRS. MARY S. HUBBARD Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Western Reserve Uni- versity, B.S. in L.S.-Librarian MRS. WILLIAM E. JONES Ohio State University, B.S. in Home Economics - Home Economics I, ll, Ill, and IV MR. PAUL KELLER Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio University, B.S. in Edu- cation-Junior High Mathe- matics MRS. FLOYD KLAMFORTH Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio University, B.S. in Edu- cation - Business Education, Shorthand I and Il, Typing I, Il, and III MR. JACK McCLOUGHAN Armidale Teachers' College, New South Wales, Australia. First Class Teacher's Certifi- cate, University of Sidney, N.S.W., B.A.--Problems of Democracy, World History MRS. JOHN H. McMINN Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Ohio State University, M.A. - Junior High School Social Studies and Language Arts, American History MR. RAYMOND R. MIDDLETON Ohio State University, B.A.- Biology, Social Living, Junior High School Social Studies and Science MR. KENNETH J. MORRIS University of Toledo, Bowling Green University, B.S. in Edu- cation-Industrial Arts MRS. CHESTER PATINGALE Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A., Cleveland Art School, International School of Art, Mexico, University of Guate- mala.-Art MISS ELIZA PLUM Ohio University, B.S. in Edu- cation, Columbia University -Choral Music MISS CAROLYN POLLOCK Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.g Columbia University, Ohio State University-Jum ior and Senior High Science MISS HELEN RODEFER Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. - Junior High Science and Social Science MRS. WALTER L. ROOF Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. and M.A., Western Re- serverlunior High Language Arts MR. EUGENE ROSS Ohio'Wesleyan University, B.A., Ohio State University, M.A. - Instrumental Music, Delaware City Schools MR. THOMAS F. SLASOR Ohio State University, B.S. in Education, University of Houston--Physics, Chemistry, Science MR. ROBERT SMITH Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Ohio University, B.S. in Education, Ohio State Uni- versity, M.A. - Instrumental Music MR. ALLEN E. TUCKER Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.g Ohio State University - Mathematics, Algebra, General Math., Junior High Track MISS PEARLE L. WELLS Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.p Ohio State University - Health and Physical Edu- cation MRS. CAROLYN ZIMMERMAN Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.-Junior English, Junior High Social Studies and Lan- guage Arts "W hen we,ve won our senior laurels And our high school days are o,er.', SJENIIORS DONNA ARRtNGTON W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Latin Club l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review Staff 3, Basketball 'l, Gazelle Reporter 2, Delaware Diary I, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls' En- semble l, Freshman Choir l. RONALD AZBELL D.C.T. 4 SONDRA BAKER W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Thespians 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 4, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Committee 3, Delaware Diary l, Mikado 3, Knave of Hearts l, Freshman Choir l, Fresh- man Girls' Ensemble l, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. DAVID BARKELOO Senior Choir 3, French Club l, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Bowling 2, Delaware Diary l, Mikado 3. DONALD BARRINGER Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys' Octette 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, Latin Club l, 2, Vice Presi- dent Z, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Student Council 3, 4, Delhi Staff 4, Advertising Editor 4, Gazette Reporter 3, 4, Delaware Diary l, Mikado 3, Freshman Choir l, Buckeye Boys' Stale 4, Senior Class President 4, Represen- tative to NSPA Convention in Chicago, 4. CYNDA BAYLIFF W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, W-Teen Homeroom Representative 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, Girls 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, French Club 3, 4, Rich Man - Poor Man 3, Director, Maior-Minor 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, National Forensics League 3,4, Treasurer 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Gazette Reporter 4, Delaware Diary l, Harvey 3, Property Head, Mikado 3, Wildcat Willy 2, Freshman Choir l, Time Out for Ginger 4, Choral Ensemble 3, 4, Knave of Hearts l, Prince of Peace 2. ROBERT BLACK F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sentinal 3, Vice President 4, D-Clan 3, 4, Scoreboard Crew 2, Captain 2, Football 3, 4, All C.B.L. 4, Track 2. SANDRA BLACK W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 4, Band' l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Tennis l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Sports Committee 3, 4, Recrea- tion Committee 4, Gazette Repolter 2, Mik- ado 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Knave of Hearts l, Senior Invitation Committee 4, Latin Club l, 2, Senior Choir 3,4. DALE BLACKLEDGE F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Buckeye Boys State 4, F. F. A. Representative to Kansas City Convention 3. RONALD BONNETTE Senior Choir l, 2, 3, D-Clan 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 2, 4, Golt l, 2, 4, Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Plays 3, Delhi Staff 4, Delaware Diary l, Harvey 4, Stage Crew 4, .lunior Class Executive Committee 3. CHARLES BORDEN MARIE BUCKLEW Baseball 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Transferred from Marion, Ohio in sopho- Spot light crew for football games, 4. more year. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Bowling 4. JAMES BOSSERT Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4, Accom- panist 4, Girls' Triple Trio Accompanist, 4, Boys' Octette Accompanist 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, French Club 3,'4, President 3, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 'l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Business Mgr., Willis Review 3, Asst. Editor, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, National Foren- sics League l, 2, 3, 4, Debate l, 2, Gazette Reporter 2, 4, Delaware Diary l, Accom- panist l, Arsenic and Old Lace Crew 1, Harvey 3, Mikado Accompanist 3, Booth Crew l, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir l, Choral Ensemble Director 3, 4, Freshman Plays Director 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Time Out for Ginger crew 4, Knave of Hearts l. FRANK BOSTER, JR. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, Senior Choir 3, 4, Boys' Octette 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Popular Music Club 2, Mikado 3. LLOYD BOWEN Band l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Key Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Thespians 3, 4, Track l, Freshman Plays 3, Baseball Manager l. CLARA BOYER W-Teens 2, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 4, Bowling l, 4. ROSALEE BUCKLEW Transferred from Marion, Ohio in sopho- more year. F.H.A. 2, 3, 4. JOHN BURNS D-Clan 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball l, Latin Club l, 2, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, vice President , Student Council 4, Recreation Committee 3, Junior Class Executive Com- mittee 3, Gazette Reporter 4, Light Crew 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Booth and Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. MARLENE CALL W-Teens i, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 3, 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Baseball 2, VOUSY' ball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4, Sports Committee l, 2, 3, 4, Recreation Committee 2. LINDA CHASE W-Teens i, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 1, 2. 3, 41 Sports Committee 3, 4, Delaware Diary I, Freshman Choir l. WILLIAM COLWELL Football I, 2, Print Crew I, 2, Industrial Arts Club 2. - BETTY COOVER W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, Girls 4, Latin Club I, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, 'Social Chairman 4, Student Council 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 3, 4, National Forensics League 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Volleyball I, 2, 4, Bowling I, 2, Gazette Reporter 3, 4, Delaware Diary I, Harvey 3, Mikado 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Time Out For Ginger 4, Freshman Play Director 3, Freshman Choir I. LOWELL CRANK D-Clan 3, 4, Football I, 3, 4, Basketball I, Baseball 3, 4. JEAN CRIST W-Teens I, 2, 4, F.H.A. 4, Latin Club I, 2, National Forensics League I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, Bowling I, 2, Ga- zette Reporter 3. RICHARD CROSE Senior Choir I, 2, 3, Boys Octette 3, 4, Foot- ball I, 2, Basketball I, 2, Tennis 4, Baseball I, French Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, Social Chairman 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Vice Presi- dent I, 2, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Recrea- tion Committee I, .lunior Class Executive Committee 3, Gazette Reporter 3, 4, Dela- ware Diary I, Arsenic and Old Lace 2, Crew Head 2, Harvey 3, Mikado 3,'Track I,'Stage Crew 2, 3, Time Out For Ginger 4, Choral Ensemble 3, 4, Wildcat Willie 2, Freshman Choir. ' VIRGINIA DAVENPORT W-Teens 4, F.H.A. 4, Popular Music Club I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, 4, Delaware Diary I. ELIZABETH DIXON W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 3, 4, W-Teen Home Roam representative I, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, Girls 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, President I, 2, French Club 3, 4, Secre- tary-Treasurer 3, Vice President 4, Student Council I, 4, Delhi Editor 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, National Forensics League I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball -I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Debate l, 2, 3, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Gazette Re- porter 3, 4, Delaware Diary, Arsenic and Old Lace crew 2, Harvey 3, Mikado, Choral Ensemble 3, 4, Wildcat Willie I, Royal Fam- ily 3, .Iunior Class Vice President 3, Time Out For Ginger 4, Freshman Choir I, Prince of Peace I, 2, 3, Knave of Hearts I, Co- Chairman Program Com. W-Teens 3, Fresh- man Plays 3. JULIA DRAKE W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, Girls 2, 3, 4, Latin Club VI, 2, French Club 3, 4, Delhi Staff 3, 4, Willis Review 3, Thesplans 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, Volleyball I, 2, Bowling I, 2, Recreation Committee 2, Ga- zette reporter 4, Delaware Diary, Harvey crew 2, Mikado 3, Knave of Hearts I, Fresh- man Choir I, Senior Class Secretary 4, Senior Choir Accompanist 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Plays Director 3, Time Out For Ginger 4, Choral Ensemble 2, 3, 4. MARY LOU DUNHAM W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 3, 4, Latin Club I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Captain I, Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Captain I, Sports Committee 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Basketball for the Sports Com- mittee 4. BURTON EASTERDAY Spanish Club 2, Popular Music Club I, 2, V.l.C. 4, Print Crew I, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3. JOHN ELLIOTT latln Club 'I, 2, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, HI-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee Club 4, Student Council 4, Delhi Staff 4, National Forensics League I, 2, 3, 4, Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Gazette Reporter 3, 4, Harvey crew 3, Mikado crew 3, Time Out for Ginger 4, Shutterbugs 2, 3, 4, Student Council Committee Chair- man 4, Freshman Plays 3, Baseball 3, Ex- temp 4, Senior Class Vice-President 4, Search Light Crew 4, Future Scientists of America 4, Thespians 4. LYNN EVANS W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 4, W-Teens Homeroom representative I, 2, 4, Co-Chair- man of Underprivileged children 3, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Triple Trio, Girls 4, Latin Club I, 2, French Club 3, 4, Freshman Plays 3, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, National Forensics League 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Gazette Reporter 3, 4, Delaware Diary I, Senior Class Treasurer 4, Choral Ensemble 4, Harvey crew 3, Mikado crew 3, Freshman Choir I, F.T.A. 2, 4, Time Out for Ginger crew 4, Wildcat Willie 2, Knave of Hearts I. GEORGIANA FLESHMAN F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Popular Music Club 2, 3, Youth for Christ Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, Base- ball 2, Volleyball 2, Bowling 3. PHYLLIS FOSTER W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Basketball I, 2, 3, Tennis 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, Ga- zette Reporter 4, Popular Music Club 3. DIANE GORSUCH W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, Latin Club I, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review Staff 3, Thes- pians 2, 3, 4, Bowling I, Gazette Reporter 2, 4, Delaware Diary I, Mikado crew 3, Freshman Choir I, Delegate to Buckeye Girl's State 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Knave of Hearts I, Freshman Forensics I, Time Out For Ginger crew 4. WILLIAM GRAHAM Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band I, 2, 4, D Clan 2, 3, 4, Tennis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Vice- President 2, Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Program Committee 4, Student Council 2, 4, Student Body President 4, Thespians 2, 3, National Forensics League I, 2, 3, 4, Debate I, 3, 4, Gazette Reporter 4, Junior Class Treasurer 3, Original Oratorical Declamation 3, 4, Prince of Peace 2, 3, Knave of Hearts I, Wildcat Willie 2. SANDRA GREEN W-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Wilis Review 3, National Forensics League I, 2, 3, Volleyball I, 2, Bowling I, 2, Gazette Reporter 2, 3, Delaware Diary I, Freshman Choir I, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Freshman Forensics I. FRED GRUBBS Uransferred in Junior Year from Stoco High School, Cool City, West Virginia, Band 2,,3, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Senior 'Choir 2, 4, Senior Chorus 3, Boys' Octette 4, Latin Club '3, 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 2, Youth for Christ Club 4, Harvey stage crew 4, Mikado 4, Freshman plays 3, West Virginia All-State Chorus 2, F.T.A. 4, Maior Minor Music Club 4. KENNY HAGELGANS sand 4, Pep sand 4. SCOTT HAMILTON Key Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3, 4, Industrial Arts Club I, 2. DOUGLAS HAMPTON ffransferred in Junior Year from Coal City, W. Va.l Football l, 27 Baseball 27 Popular Music Club 37 Industrial Arts Club 37 Game Club 2. MARIAM HASTY W-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 47 Sports Chairman 47 Reserve Cheerleader l, 27 Captain 27 Span- ish Club l, 27 Willis Review 37 Basketball l, 2, 3, 47 Tennis l7 Baseball 27 Volleyball 'l, 2, 3i Bowling l, 2, 37 Sports Committee 2, 3, 47 Chairman 47 Delaware Diary l. LARRY HAUSE Band l, 27 Senior Choir 3, 47 Boys' Octette 47 D-Clan 2, 3, 47 Scoreboard Crew 47 Golf l, 2, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Key Club 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 2, 3, 47 Student Council 37 Recreation Committee 37 Gazelle Reporter 37 Mikado 37 Choral Ensemble 4. ELIZABETH HOBBS ffransferred from Warsaw, Indiana in .lun- ior yearl ' W-Teens 47 F.H.A. l, 37 Basketball l, 2, 37 Baseball 1, 27 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 47 Bowling 2, 37 F.T.A. 47 Girl's Aihletic Association 2, 37 Sub-deb 3. WILLIAM HOUCK Uransferred from Piketon, Ohio in Sopho- more yearl Spanish Club 27 Bowling 37 Industrial Arts Club 3, 4. K AARON HURSEY Senior Choir 27 Senior Chorus l, 3, 47 Popular Music Club 37 Delaware Diary l7 Mikado 3. DONALD JACCAUD French Club 37 Spanish Club 2, 47 Popular Music Club 27 Delaware Diary l7 F.T.A. 2, 3, 47 Special Choir l. KAREN KERN W-Teens I, 2, 3, 47 W-Girls 47 W3Teen Homeroom Representative l7 Senior Choir 3, 47 Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Homecoming Court 47 Basketball 27 Co-Captain 47 Tennis l7 Baseball 37 Volley- ball 'l, 2, 3, 47 Mikado 37 F.T.A. 3, 47 Fresh- man Choir l. .IOANNE KOFOED Uransferred from St. Petersburg, Florida in Junior yearl W-Teens 3, 47 F.H.A. 'l, 27 Latin Club l7 Spanish Club 3, 47 President 47 Freshman Plays 37 Gazette Reporter 47 Harvey crew 37 Mikado crew 37 Time Out For Ginger student director 47 F.T.A. 3, 47 Pan American Club l, 27 Thespians 4. BERNICE LADD W-Teens Ii F.H.A. 47 Senior Chorus 47 Pop- ular Music Club 27 Delaware Diary I7 Fresh- man Special Choir 17 GirI's Glee Club 4. DONALD LOBDELL F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Student Ad- visor 4. . LINDA MELVIN W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Teen Homeroom rep- resentative 2, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Plays 3, Latin Club I, 2, Student Council 4, Willis Review 3, Basketball I, 2, Tennis I, Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 3, Harvey crew 3, Student Body Secretary 4, Junior Class Secretary 3, Science Fair 4. MILDRED MADISON W-Teens 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 4, Volleyball 4. GEORGE MARBURGER Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, D-Clan 2, 3, 4, Football 'I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Golf 2, Latin Club I, 2, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lieutenant Governor of Ohio 3, President 4, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Plays 3, Student Council I, 3, 4, Willis Re- view 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, National Forensic league I, 2, 3, 4, Youth For Christ 2, Debate 3, Recreation Committee I, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Class President 3, Gazette Reporter 4, Light Crew 2, Delaware Diary I, Arsenic and Old Lace 2, Harvey 3, Mikado 3, Track I, 3, 4, Booth and Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4, Booth Manager, Freshman Choir I, Boys' State 4, Knave of Hearts I. SARAH MARKS W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Basketball 2, Tennis I, Volleyball I, Bowl- ing 'l, Recreation Committee 2, Gazette Re- porter 4, Delaware Diary crew I, Arsenic and Old Lace crew 2, Harvey crew 3, Mik- ado crew 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Library I, 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4. JAY MCMILLEN Uransferred from Olentangy in Junior yeari Popular Music Club I, V.I.C. 4, Industrial Arts Club 3, Photograph Club 2, 3. KENNETH MORRIS French Club 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2, Presi- dent 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, Historian 4. JAMES MURFIELD Radio Club 3, 4, Print Crew 2, 3, 4, Manager I, 2, 3, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 3. V THOMAS MURFIELD D-Clan 4, Football 3, 4, Popular Music Club I, Bowling I, 3, Industrial Arts Club 3. THELMA MYERS W-Teens I, 2, 3, Latin Club I, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Volleyball I, 3, Bowling I, 3. JANET 0'NEAL W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, French Club l, 2, Spanish Club 4, Junior Music Club 2, 3, Willis Review Staff 3, Gazette Reporter 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. SUSAN PARKER Uransferred from North Olmsted in Sopho- more yearl W-Teens 3, 4, Secretary 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Homecoming Court 4, Basketball l, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 3, 4, Bowling l, 3, 4, Harvey crew 3, G.A.A. l, 2, Friendship club 2, Cheerleader l, Glee Club l, Field, Hockey l, Baseball l, F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4. JANET PATRICK W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, W-Girls 4, W-Teen Homeroom Representa- tive 2, 3, 'Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Co-Captain 3, French Club 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review Staff 2, 3, Home- coming Queen 4, Basketball l, 2, 4, Tennis 3, Baseball 2, Volleyball l, 2, 4, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Gazette Reporter 4, Delaware Diary 'l, Arsenic and Old late crew 2, Mikado crew 3, Freshman Choir l, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Fresh- man Plays 3. ROSILYN PIATT W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, W-Girls 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 'l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, -2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Sports Committee 3, 4, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Delaware Diary l, Arsenic and Old Lace crew 2, Mikado 3, Freshman Choir l, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Time Out For Ginger crew 4. LINDA RARDON W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. RACHEL REANEY W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Triple Trio 4, French Club 2, Spanish l, 2, Secretary 1, Junior Class Plays 3, Junior Music Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, National Forensics League 3, 4, Bowling l, Gazette Reporter 4, Delaware Diary l, Arsenic and Old lace 2, Harvey 3, Mikado 3, Knaveuof Hearts l, Time Out for Ginger crew 4, Freshman Girls Chorus l, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. NANCY RINKER W-Teens l, 2, 3, Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4, Drum Maior 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Basketball l, 2, Volleyball l, 2, Bowling l, 2. LARRY ROSS D-Clan l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, Basket- ball l, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Hi-Y l, Popular Music Club l, Recreation Committee l, 2, Track l, Industrial Arts Club 2, Vice-President 2. WILLIAM P001 V.I.C. 4, Secretary 4, Print Crew l, 2, Indus- trial Arts Club 2. JOYCE ROBINSON W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Delaware Diary l, Freshman Choir Accompanist l, Freshman Plays crew 3, Bowling I, Mikado 3, Gazette Reporter 4, Junior Class Plays, Tennis 4. BECKY SMITH JOYCE R'-'-'VFR , w-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep W-Teens I5 French Club 35 Spanish Club l, Band 1' 2, 37 Maiorene 47 French club 5, 25 Delhi Staff 45 Gazelle Reporler 45 Dela- 2, Spanish club 3, 4' secremry 3, Junior ware Dmry I7 Freshman Cho" 1' Class Plays 35 Junior Music Club 3, 45 Ga- zette Reporter 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. MARSHA SMITH DONALD RUPE gggssferred from Hyatts in Sophomore v'l'C' 47 Reponer' W-Teens 2, 3, 45 W-Girls 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball l, 25 Volley- ball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 45 Sports Committee 45 F.T.A. 4. EMMA SNYDER FERN SCHNEES W-Teens 3, 45 W-Girls 45 F.H.A. 45 POPUICI' F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Popular Music Club 'l, 2. Music Club 1, 2, 45 ChCil'mUl1 4: 5'-iikefbdll l, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Tennis 3, 45 Baseball 25 Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Bowling 3, 4. JOYCE SOUTHARD lTransferred from Sarasota, Florida in Soph- - TED SHACKELFORD ,,,,,,,,e ,em F'F'A' 47 Q'Clan 3' 43 Foalbafl if 2: 3i.KeY W-Teens 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Junior CM' 3f ""'Y 'I 21 31 Reffwllofl Commltlee cum Plays crew 3, Delhi Staff 4, wiuis ne- 45 President 45 Track 3. view 35 Gazette Reporter 45 F.T.A. 2, 3, 45 Time Out For Ginger crew 4. JERRY smvslv BEN STEVENS 0 Bqnd 1, 2, 3, 4, pep gand 37 VLC. 4, latin Club 1,25 Key Club l5Hu-Y 15V.l.C. 3, Treasury 4, 45 President 4. GRACE STEWART W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, W-Teen Homeroom rep- resentative 'l, 2, 4, Popular Music Club 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Dela- ware Diary l. SHIRLEY STILES W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Teen Homeroom rep- resentative 4, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls Triple Trio 4, Latin 'Club 1, 2, French Club 4, Social Chairman 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Volleyball 2, Gazette Reporter 4, Delaware Diary 1, Arsenic and Old Lace crew 2, Harvey crew 3, Mikado 3, Maior Minor Music Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Knave of Hearts l, Freshman Choir l, Choral Ensemble, Baseball 2. JOHN BOB TALLEY Band l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir 3, 4, Boys Octette 3, D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, Spanish Club I, 2, Key Club 4, Student Council 4, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Mikado 3. SANDRA TAPP W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, W-Girls 3, 4, Senior Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 'l, 2, 3, Girls Triple Trio 3, 4, latin Club l, 2, Delhi Staff 4, Latin Club l, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Home- coming Court 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Committee 3, 4, Junior Class Executive Committee 3, Delaware Diary 'l, Harvey crew 3, Mikado 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Time Out For Ginger crew 4. WALTER THOMSON Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Boys Octette 3, 4, D-Clan l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, Basketball l, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 4, Hi-Y 'l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, President 4, Recreation Committee 3, Gazette Reporter 4, Arsenic and Old Lace 2, Harvey 3, Mikado 3, Spot Light Crew 4, Freshman Choir 1, Choral Ensemble 3, 4, Time Out For Ginger 4, F.T.A. 4, Knave of Hearts 1. NANCY TORRENCE W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Latin club 1, 2, Delhi Staff 4, sus- ketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, Volleyball 3, Sports Committee 4, Secretary 4, Delaware Diary 1, Mikado 3, F.T.A. 4. HELEN UFFERMAN W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, W-Teen Homeroom rep- resentative 2, Senior Choir 2, 3, 4, Maior- ette 3, 4, Drum Maior 4, Girls Triple Trio Bowling 3, Recreation Committee 3, Gazette 4, Latin Club 'l, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Stu- dent 'Council 4, Delhi Staff 4, Willis Review 3, Thespians 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Court 4, Reporter 4, Delaware Diary I, Mikado 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, President 4, Freshman Choir l, Time Out For Ginger crew 3. NATALIE WALDIE lTransferred from Worthington in freshman yearl Latin Club l, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, National Forensics League 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Debate l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. CAROL WARD W-Teens 4, F.H.A. 4, Popular Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Bowling l. LARRY WINE F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Recorder 3, Sentinel 4, Golf 2, Bowling 2, F.F.A. Representative for Special Out of Town Meetings 3, 4. NOT PICTURED: George Byus DORA WINSHIP Alain Cdvaniu F.H.A. 3, 47 Spanish Club 31 Popular Music Dale Campbell club 1, 2, 4, oem: Slaff 4. Gevfge Converse lesler Hill Sandra Jervis Donald Johns Eugene Jordan William Paynler Ed Radugge Arlyn Ramey Barbara Sovereen Howard Slephenson Donald Sievens SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES 2 .J Y Q f-' .3 .ff Left to right: Sealed - L. Evans, J. Elliott, D. Barringer, J. Drake. Row 2 - Mr. Fells, Miss Bussard, E. Dixon, J. Southard, S. Tapp, F. Schnees, R. Piaft, S. Black, J. Royer, H. Ufferman, J. Kofoed, D. Jaccaud, D. Gorsuch, Miss Benson, Mrs. Hearn, Mr. Graham. Row 3 -W. Paynter, J. Burns, R. Crose, D. Barkeloo, D. Blackledge, L. House, S. Hamilton, K. Morris, C. Borden SIENTOR HISTORY We have reached it-graduation day is ours. Another milestone of life has been attained. Six years have passed since we first entered Willis High School as green little seventh graders. In compari- son with the years to come, these six years were quite short. Memories are all that remain of our won- derful days of high school. Some of these memories are very happy while others are sad. Six years ago we regarded Willis happily as we anticipated the good times we would have. The past six years have certainly lived up to these expectations. Do you remember the seventh grade? Willis was a gigantic building that year. The first couple of days we had a lot of trouble finding rooms. After a while, however, we began to recognize new faces and the whole affair of being in high school started to be lots of fun. This year marked the beginning of a new type of iunior high teaching program, the core program. We were glad to stay in one room half the day with a teacher we could really call our own. This first year found our main interest in scholastic affairs. Many of our fellow classmates made the honor and merit rolls. Naturally we found time for the numerous extra-curricular activities which were already beginning to fill up our schedules. The "rec" became a favorite meeting place of all the gang. We had a voice in the Student Representative Assembly lS.R.A.l - even if it was but a little one. The club program added much to our first year at Willis. The girls ioined the newly formed Junior Y-Teens while the boys ioined the Junior Hi-Y. Although the activities of the clubs were limited, they helped us to achieve a higher degree of responsibility and leadership. Time passed quickly and already we were storing up a wealth of memories for the future. Our eighth grade found us becoming the leaders instead of followers. We were old hands at the school- we even showed the younger pupils around the school. This year was really one of adventure for us. We continued to have a hand in school government. A Junior High S.R.A. was formed and we had our own Junior High Student Body President. With the aid of our core teachers, we started the Olympiad. The stadium at Community Field was transformed into the stadium at Helsinki, Finland, with all its pag- eantry. Remember how the girls insisted upon carrying those mammoth flags around the field? The boys were content to watch them suffer it out. Another first for our class was the Junior High newspaper, the Livewire. We had an opportunity to participate in more worthwhile clubs. We had an excellent club program. Everything from nature study to cheerleading was offered. Through the various clubs we met new friends and continued old friendships. A highlight of the year was the first Junior High Open House. The operetta club presented Over Mountain, River and Plain, and the dramatics club, Not Quite Such a Goose. There were also displays showing the activities of the various clubs and cores. A one-act play, The Knave of Hearts, was started during our eighth grade, but was not given until the ninth grade. The first iunior high yearbook was published and appropriately called The Panther. The first awards assem- bly was held that year and many of our pupils made that long trip up the aisle to receive their awards. A Junior High Girls Ensemble entertained. Our athletic program improved this year with the winning of the Central Buckeye League football championship. Many of us showed our school spirit by attend- ing every game-both home and away. The high stepping Willis Band included a sizable group of eighth graders. The biggest rivalry of the century was the eighth grade feud between T02 and 209. Tests and sports made these two classes always in competition. The hatchet was buried during a picnic at Blue Limestone Lake following the Olympiad. The long awaited moment of officially being in high school started with our Freshman year. This was our first year to be in homerooms by alphabetical order. lt was also our first year to change classes every period. The fellows had their first opportunity to participate in the high school athletic program, while the girls began their sports program. Our first formal was held on November 19. Everyone looked extra nice and the dance was one always to be remembered. Some of the boys interested in agriculture joined the Future Farmers of America. Doing this, they braved the worst ordeal of all -the initiation. F. F. A. initiations are long to be remembered by anybody participating in them. Our boys were no different. They were mighty sore the next day but wore triumphant smiles and beautiful blue F. F. A. jackets. The main club for girls was W-Teens, for the boys,-Hi-Y and Key Club. Some of the girls decided to try their hand at home economics and ioined the Future Homemakers, a newly-formed group. During that year we had a choir composed entirely of freshmen. The formation of a reserve basketball team for the boys brought about the need for freshman cheerleaders. Our voice in school affairs was main- tained by elected representativesto the S. R. A. Remember the spring of our freshman year when the combined choirs and the dramatics depart- ment of Willis presented the Delaware Diary? This musical was the school's contribution to Ohio's sesqui- centennial. Our freshman choir was chosen to depict a scene from the old one-room school house, and the scene,was called "The Three R's." It was lots of work but will long be remembered by those who participated in it. Some of the boys ioinedrthe newly-formed Print Crew. The crew took over the big iob of printing the Delaware Diary programs and many other printing iobs throughout our four years of high school. This group of hard-working fellows performed a real service for us and the school. Our sophomore year was also very eventful. For some fourteen members of our class, a big moment was the initiation into Thespians. The ceremony was held during an assembly for the whole school. lt was indeed very exciting when they were "tapped" by a member of the Thespian Society. As Latin became harder, numerous students obtained a translation called a pony. Often they felt they would not make it through the class -without the help of those tiny masterpieces. They really rode through Latin on a pony. Our Junior year was filled with many money making proiects. Our first item was a car wash. Several of these car washes were held before school started in the fall. After school began we sold pens, wrapping paper, and peanuts. Several dinners and dances were given in order to increase the class treasury, so that we might finance the annual Junior-Senior banquet and prom. Finally the time for the Junior-Senior arrived and members of the elected Executive Committee of the class went to the Memorial Union Building on the Ohio Wesleyan University Campus to order the menu, while others worked on the decorations and selected an orchestra. The theme, "Over the Rainbow," was carried out with colorful floral decorations, and the appointments for our guests represented the "pots of gold" at the end of our make-believe rainbow. ln the ballroom the formals of the girls blended with the color scheme to make the MUB look indeed as if it were one large rainbow. Remember all the fun we had after the dance at our own iunior party at the Moose? Our mothers worked so hard to provide a nice party for us and it was indeed a success. Many members of our class took an active part in the many extra-curricular activities during the year. Some continued their dramatic careers and appeared in Harvey, a play given in the fall, and The Mikado, the spring operelta. These productions took a lot of effort but everyone will always remember the fun it was being Helen Hayes or Maurice Evans for a night. The speech class gave some of us a chance at the directing end of a play. Three one-act plays starring freshman actors were produced in assembly. We had our try at American Literature, a class long to be remembered-our first term papers, hard tests, and lust plain work. Most of us felt that the study habits we learned in this class were very applica- ble to our other classes. This year was tops in sports for us. The football, baseball, and tennis teams all won first place in the CBL. The basketball team finished mid-way in the league. Our fellows had a part in making this year's sports a year to be remembered. More and more of the boys ioined the ranks of letter-winners and proudly displayed a big "D" on white letter sweaters. We were represented across the state and nation this year, too. Some of our F.F.A. boys went to Kansas City to the National F.F.A. Convention. We really envied them, missing all that'school. Four of the fellows and one girl were chosen to represent the school at Buckeye Boy's and Girl's States, held in June, a real honor. Senior year, the one which we'd waited for so long, finally began. First day we were assigned to homerooms and assembly seats-the honored ones down front. What a thrill it was to be able to leave the auditorium first when the student body president said, "Seniors," That one word was enough to bring tears to the eyes of many pupils when they thought that this would be the last year that we would be leaving the auditorium as students of Willis High School. The year brought its privileges, too. We were the presidents of the clubs and had the main responsibility of helping to run the school. That over-awed expression on the faces of the iunior high pupils was directed at us. Some were even lucky enough to take Diversified Co-operative Training Program-school in the morning, work in the afternoon. That was the life! As the classes began in earnest, we decided we would not have an easy time during our senior year. Our class was honored to have Jack McCloughan, an exchange teacher from Sydney, Australia, as our teacher in Problems of Democracy. His accent and whimsical iokes provided us with many laughs. Everyone loved him, his days at Willis brightened ours. We'll always remember his classes. Our class found that compiling data for the Delhi was a tremendous iob. Do you recall those frequent interruptions such as, "Pardon the interruption, but will homeroom 301 please report to the auditorium for their Delhi picture." An added incentive for buying the Delhi was the possibility of getting fcontinued page 985 I IUNJIURS Left to right: B..Allen, J. Allen, F. Alter, P. Bachelor, C. Banks, E. Bigony, W. Bossert, C. Brown, D. Bump, D. Burdette, R Burrer, J. Carnes, T. Carnes, C. Claphan, N. Clipson, M. Courter, B. Culver, W. Cunningham, C. Dalton, J. Danison, N Davenport, J. Dewey, L. Dickey, N. Dimon, S. Espenshiecl, K. Evans, D. Ferguson, D. Fiant, C. Fraley, B. Gale, C. Gale, R. Gale M. Geary, C. Geesman, P. George, F. Gooding, C. Green, C. Gregory, J. Grey, W. Gross, R. Hagar, N. Harris, R. Harter, P Harler, R. Hopper, J. Homer, K. Jackson, S. Jackson, M. Jamison, S. Jervis, J. Jewett, H. Johnson, L. Johnson, R. Johnson J. Jones, N. Jones, Left to right: - R. Jones, F. Jordan, J. Klamfoth, N. Knight, M. LeMaster, K. Lobdell, R. Logue, H. Maggard, D Maloney, R. Maxwell, M. Mclntire, D. Mead, J. Melvin, J. Merrill, S. Mitchell, D. Morgan, J. Morris, J. Nibert, F. Noland D. Patrick, S. Patrick, W. Philput, J. Pope, J. Powers, D. Ramsey, H. Rhodes, N. Risner, B. Robbins, A. Ross, M. Samuels, R: Schultz, M. Seicll, C. Sheets, D. Shuster, S. Simpson, A. Smith, F. Srnith, Z. Smith, G. Stover, P. Stultz, P. Thomas, D. Thompkins P. Tossey, S. 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':--iF,.fa1 - -f55gfQ,CL,g,,-.,.?'e?i ggi' Qgff. ffl- .-?l-,151 M14 'H 13 .,,g,1,f'K5 , fr. 9:1-,L K .-' . I": ,. ,K ,, .,,.: ...,.-2,.,. 5, QW..-,ifise - -, . 3-...gi-gg.-q.3:s .,.,,, - Q, . - --Q.. 11355. f - ' 'r iiwfsgz ' K 'iv -- ' ' z2,.,,2i .zw-,- il. .v,-,.wuf..'..-...f. f' -,R R - ' ,' '- left to right: F. Oehler, S. O'Keefe, K. Oller, P. Oman, S. Organ, C. Payne, B. Payne, C. Pinney, S. Piper, J. Plougher, N. Pool, T. Pope, Robinson, B. Ross, R. Ross, R. Rucker, K. Sanderson, K. Salisbury, S. Saulsbury, J. Scheiderer, S. Scott, T. Shaw, L. Sheets, R. Shipman, J. Shirling, M. Shuster, W. Simpson, J. Sines, A. Skatzes, H. Snyder, S. Stearns, D. Stewart, R. Strimer, E. Stull, C. Taylor, R. Taylor, R. Tennar, G. Thomas, J. Thompson, V. Vining, T. Vipperman, M. Wareham, W. Watson, J. Weiser, D. Welch, J. Welch, P. Welch, N. Wells, C. Welsh, S. Williams, B. Wilson, W. Wilson, D. Winship, B. Yant. Owen, S. Parks, R. Patrick, S. Patrick, D. Patterson, B. J. Rapp, L. Ray, M. Riedell, H. Roberts, D. Robinson,-J. Sf EXECUTIVE COMIMUITTEE am, Miss Olatha Benson, Miss Eliza Plum, Miss Dorothy Whitted, Mrs. John McMinn, Mr. ody President, Bill Graham Student Body Secretary, Linda Melvin GOVERNING EODIIES STUDENT CQUNCTUL Left to right: Row 1 -B. Coover, B. Maxwell, T. Thomson, B. Graham, L. Melvin, C. Gregory, J. Green, S. Espenshied, M. Seidl. Row 2 -J. Melvin, D. Tompkins, S. Black, J. Seidl, B. Burns, J. Talley, G. Marburger, E. Dixon, H. Ufferman, J Burns. Row 3 - J. Elliott, J. Patrick, D. Barringer, L. Hall, J. Felts, L. Bowen, B. Paynter. ' Something new was tried in Student Council by dividing the members and faculty advisors into several committees. The purpose of the Athletic Committee was to investigate sportsmanship, school spirit, and to be in charge of pep assemblies. The Finance Committee was assigned all money-making proiects: carnival concessions, and the magazine drive. The Judicial Committee made rules for conduct in halls, rest rooms, auditorium, enforced lunch regulations, and regulated discipline. The Guidance Committee encouraged good manners, care of rest rooms, personal cleanliness, sportsmanship, school spirit, scholarship, and care of the building and equipment. The Social Committee chartered new clubs, had charge of class parties, gave permission for social events, evaluated the social program, encouraged etiquette, and had charge of all school parties. The Assembly Committee planned assemblies and selected the movies. The Scholarship Committee had charge of National Honor Society, honor and merit roll, grade cards, the testing program, exam schedule, curriculum, and scholarships. Bill Graham, student body president, presided over all the meetings and secretary of the student body, Linda Melvin, kept records ot meetings. Miss Whitted acted as faculty advisor for the organization. "In those dear old days of high school, CURRICULUM ARTS Art is not for artists only. It is involved in anything we do which expresses something--an idea, a feeling, or a sense of order. Art is life. The art course includes many activities such as leather craft, carving, textile decoration, ceramics, and painting. Home Economics is a four year course for girls based upon learn- ing skills and doing project work in foods, clothing, home furn.ish- ings, child care, grooming, and budgeting. Each girl is required to have a project. This year the girls had a new modernized kitchen in which to work. Students must have singing abil- ity and try out for this choir. An attempt is made to improve the quality of choral singing through the study of breathing, tone qual- ity, phrasmg, posture, ensemble intonation, fundamental vowels, and consonants. ln addition to the Senior Choir there is the Glee Club, Senior Chorus, and Junior High Choir. Every student in the State of Ohio is required to have one unit of American History for gradua- tion. This course is given at Willis High School in the eleventh grade. The course consists of a survey of the major political, social, and economics problems which have confronted the American people. In connection with this course, the students study Current Events. World History is the elective course taken in the sophomore year. This course is a survey of the social, economic and political problems of the world from the beginnings of civilization to the present day in an attempt to show their effects in our present way of life. Current Affairs is studied in connection with the course. Willis was very fortunate in having Australia's exchange teacher .lack McCloughan teach this course. Problems of Democracy, a twelfth year course required of all seniors, has as its purpose the ex- amination of the various social problems which confront the A- merican people. Among those studied are the problems of men- tal health, crime, alcohol and fam- ily, church, education, race and recreation. One unit is devoted to the study of economic problems and another to those of govern- ment, current affairs are studied through the use of Time magazine, trip, movies, panel discussions, and other activities. Australian exchange teacher .lack McCloughan taught three classes of P. 0. D. HISTORY Senior English is a college pre- paratory, one-semester course which offers a review of English fundamentals and a presentation of new material which will be needed in college work. ln col- laboration with the Problems of Democracy course, a research paper is written under careful supervision. The Senior English class under the supervision of Miss Whitted, faithfully worked hard to get their articles into the Gazette High School page. French and Spanish are taught by Miss Dorothy Bussard. These courses emphasize not only the vocabulary and sentence struc- ture of the language but also the backgrounds, customs, and pre- vailing conditions of the countries where the languages are spoken. Club meetings were held period- ically and the business transacted in the language taught. For fur- ther familiarity with the people of the foreign countries, both French and Spanish Clubs presented a Mardi Gras and the Spanish Club held a banquet serving the cus- tomary foreign foods. Willis offers two years of Latin taught by Mrs. Evans. The students of this language become very fa- miliar with Greek Myths and fa- bles and acquire a great deal of history while they are studying the language. To become better acquainted with the people and customs students are required to do projects involving research or to make items such as tunics, maps, etc. The climax of the year for the pupils is the Latin Banquet in which first year students are sold as slaves. The younger stu- dents put on the program and all enioy the usual big dinner. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES Physics is the science which deals with matter and energy, the physical world and what makes it operate. lt deals with six areas: mechanics, heat, sound, light, magnetism, and electricity. Mr. Slasor, the Texan, taught the class and he ancl the pupils had a great time with their ex- periments. Emphasis in this course is given to the social aspects of biology, especially to such important topics as health, conservation, and rec- reation. The aims of this course are to develop an understanding of the fundamentals of scientific method and to develop scientific attitude. The study of biology under Mr. Cornwell can open the door to a whole new world-a world that you can appreciate and enioy throughout life. Mr. Felts is one of the hardest- working teachers at Willis as he heads one of the most efficient departments at Willis, the math- ematics department. Shown here is a plane geometry class dealing with definitions, hypotheses, ax- ioms and postulates, direct and indirect proof, analytic and syn- thelic proof, inductive and de- ductive proof. The course includes the development of theories and exercises dealing with parallel lines, circles, loci, congruence, similar figures, with many numer- ical applications. Solid Geometry, Algebra I, Al- gebra ll, Algebra lll, General Mathematics, and Plane Trigo- nometry are also offered at Willis. Many different kinds of iobs are offered in Industrial Arts. Among these are mechanical drawing, graphic arts, woodworking, metal work, electricity, arc welding, and advanced courses in these. The purpose of the different areas of study is to give boys a wide choice of occupations to pursue. Farm Shop includes the building of gates, hog houses, feeders, and many other articles used on the farm. It also includes welding, tool sharpening, soldering, wood turn- ing, rope splicing, and the de- velopment of many other skills that are often useful on or off the farm. Every student at Willis may have an opportunity to become acquainted with various types of machines and their use in business. The students can review the Eng- lish fundamentals and practice composing business correspond- ence. Various courses offered are: Business English, Bookkeeping I, General Business, Office Practice, Shorthand, Typing and Transcrip- tion. These subiects are taught by Miss Benson, Mrs. Klamfoth and Mrs. Dunton. The Core is made up of several subjects all taught by the same teacher. The subjects are science, geography, and current events. Mathematics and English are taught separately. In the seventh grade this year there were seven cores. An interesting trip was taken by all seventh grade cores to the Columbus Plant of Current Events. They learned the various steps taken in the manufacturing of a Current Events paper. One core spent some time creating a science workbook. During Christmas va- cation the pupils of another core collected data on the most import- ant people and events of 1955. ln the fall, pupils of the eighth grade spent a day at the WRFD playground. Nature hikes, story telling, athletics, and crafts were supervised by upper classmen and faculty members. A sack lunch was taken by everyone. Pupils of both the seventh and eighth grade scored high in the state tests. CAJPQETIERIA LIBRARY D DAD isiunii., AN Something new and a little unusual happened this year as father and son both held -high official positions. Bill Graham was elected Student Body President and his father, Tom "Spot" Graham, became the new principal. pa,, C lf 'ITXY r-,N The warm smile and pleasant person- ality of an Australian, Jack-McCloughan, captured the hearts of all who saw and heard him through the course of the year. His tales of the "country down under" delighted all. As ci token of friendship from Aus- tralian students, he presented some books to Willis as a gift from his own school in Sydney. No matter where Mr. McCloughan may roam there will always be a place for him at Willis. ...-,, Since l932, Willis High School has been certified by the State of Ohio Department of Education as a six-year, approved high school of the First Grade. Willis High School is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Willis has been accredited continuously by the Association -since l904. To graduate from Willis High School a pupil must have earned a total of l7 credits. There are four malor courses of study in Willis High School: the college preparatory course, the commercial course, the agriculture course, and the general course. The enrollment for the i955-56 school year was 925. . "F or fond memories it will kindle Nor honor shall it lack, For it stands as nature's symbol Of The Orange and the Black? ORGANIZATIONS WQTEENS Left to right: Row I - B. Blair, J. Baker, L. Barrett, D. Gorsuch, S. Howard, S. Hobbs, J. Felts, S. Hasty, M. Arrington, C. Gale, S. Kellar, L. Hobbs, W. Ebright, D. Graham, J. Deel, F. Alter, L. Harris, S., Jackson, B. Culver. Row 2 - Mrs. Hubbard, S. Crank, M. Hilborn, J. Drake, S. Green, N. Clipson, N. Jones, S. Elder, J. Fidler, E. Bennett, J. Crowl, N. Jamison, J. Askins, B. Lewis, B. Gale, M. Courter, L. Dickey, H. Johnson, L. Dixon. Row 3-D. Bump, J. Kofoed, N. Harris, S. Dimon, B. Coover, S. Espenshied, C. Bayliff, J. Cain, C. Fisher, L. Bobula, J. DeWalt, C. Deyo, J. Hutchisson, M. Jamison, C. Ellis, J. Hudson, L. Axline. Row 4-J. Jones, M. Greene, J. Barris, J. Green, M. Evans, R. Hagar, V. Davenport, C. Comston, N. Dimon, C. Brown, D. Arrington, J. Crist, M. Geary, C. Dalton, J. Knight, J. Bishop, K. Evans. Row 5 - T. Johnson, S. Black, M. Hasty, M. Call, K. Kern, J. Betts, P. Bachelor, B. Fillinger, C. Glaze, N. Byerly, C. Lowry, J. Courter, L. Kroninger, N. Glaze, S. Gatton, N. Avery, D. Ferguson. Row 6 - L. Chase, L. Carlisle, J. Allen, M. Dunham, S. Baker, P. Heineman, A. Heinlen, A. Johnson, S. Borland, H. Cain, B. Barton, K. Hirning, J. Hoffman, K. Hardin, P. Foster, L. Evans. Row 7- L. Longwell, L. Bayliff, H. Hearn, C. Gabriel, J. Long, P. Glaze, J. Grey, T. Hughes, C. Gregory, C. Blair, S. Fleshman. The W-Teens had a busy year under the leadership of Betty Coover, president, Julia Drake, vice president, Sue Parker, secretary, Rosie Piatt, treasurer, Rachel Reaney, dance chairman, Janet Patrick, program chairman, and the sports chairman, Mariam Hasty Stimmel. Of the many committees in the club the W-Teens felt the adopted family was the most important. Rosie Piatt was the chairman and voluntary members helped. At Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, the family received gifts. The gifts were usually food, clothing, bedding, and home furnishings. A service committee for the school was the poster committee headed by Julia Drake. Posters were put up every two months throughout the school. These posters were concerned with manners, sportsman- ship, honesty, cleanliness, and scholarship. The members signed up for the different months and helped make and distribute the posters. The bulletin board drew a lot of comments because of its originality and colorfulness. Liz Dixon was the chairman. The subiects pertained to the different seasons or W-Teen activities. Left to right: Row I -J. 0'Neil, B. Smith, J. Robinson, B. Smith, S. Mead, R. Rardon, N. Patrick, A. Smith, P. Rayburn, S. Trout, J. Pope, M. Skatz, D. Ramey, C. Wilson, M. Smith, P. Thomas, C. Ward. Row 2 - S. Pope, H. Ufferman, M. Welch, P. Yost, D. Wilson, V. Robinson, B. Rupe, E. Snyder, J. Ramey, N. Wickham, M. Smith, G. Stewart, N. Osborn, M. Vance, N. Slagle, M. Teele, L. Schaffner, Mrs. Hubbard. Row 3-S. Ross, J. Moore, J. Patrick, B. Robbins, S. Parker, R. Piatt, B. Perfect, G. Opel, N. Torrence, J. Seidl, J. Strimer, M. Welch, M. Young, A. Polites, A. Russell. Row 4- L. Rardon, J. Talkington, S. Tapp, R. Reaney, L. Melvin, M. Sheets, B. McNamee, J. Reed, M. Reed, B. Zeigler, B. Murphy, N. Willey. Row 5 - M. Madison, D. Ward, S. Williams, M. Rider, J. Melvin, A. Ross, B. Shearman, D. Mead, J. Southard, S. Marks, S. Stiles. I One part of the W-Teen program every girl enjoyed was the sports with Miriam Hasty Stimmel as Chairman. The girls took part in volleyball, basketball, tennis, and bowling on "play night". On this night they had a covered dish supper and participated in these sports. Also on this night the girls who had taken part in nine sports were awarded their Miss Wells was the sponsor on these occasions. After every business meeting once a month a program was given. One of the most outstanding programs was the one in December. A speaker from Palestine spoke on the Christmas customs of his land. The mothers were invited and refreshments were served. ln April a tea was given for the mothers and the seniors participated in a style show. The W-Teens also were in charge of the morning Easter service held in the auditorium for the student body. Of the many dances of the year the W-Teens took charge of the Homecoming, which they called "Autumn Leaves". Their winter formal was "Santa's Workshop". They held their semi formal on April 28. Under the helpful guidance of their sponsor, Mrs. Mary Hubbard, the officers, and the members worked hard this past year to make it tops. HLY Left to right: Row T - D. 0'Keefe, B. Patrick, S. Dorsey, S. George, J. Wickham, J. Cross, B. Roberts, B. Jaccaud, T. Gallant, B. Johnson, H. Wyss, B. Burns. Row 2 - G. MacDonald, R. Poulton, D. Shaw, G. Morris, D. Landsittel, D. Miller, S. Ham- ilton, C. Borden, B. Yant, M. Seidl, D. Thompkins, Mr. Middleton. Row 3 - B. Bossert, P. George, T. Thomson, K. Jackson, M. Patrick, A. Hackel, R. Maxwell, J. Carnes, B. Lowry, J. Dewey. Row 4 -J. Jewett, G. Downing, L. Hopper, L. Hause, S. Bowen, J. Allen, S. Patrick, B. Hopper, E. Bigony, L. Hall, J. Merrill, J. Burns. Row 5 - B. Gross, D. Crose, B. Graham, J. Elliott, G. Marburger, J. Davison, C. Geesman, B. Welch, C. Sheets, J. Talley, D. Barkeloo, D. Blackledge, D. Barringer. This was the fifth year that the Hi-Y and Key Club have worked together asa single unit. The presi- dent of the Hi-Y was John Burns, vice-president, Jerry Allen, secretary, David Landsittel, and treasurer, Alan Hackle. The faculty advisor was Mr. Middleton. The Key Club was headed by President George Marburger, Vice-President Bob Maxwell, Secretary David Landsittel, and Treasurer, Alan Hackle. The faculty advisor for this club was Mr. Cornwell. The club had eight committees. The social committee, which was headed by John Elliott and Scott Hamilton. This committee was in charge of all the dances including the annual formal which was held on March l7th. The club improvement committee, whose iob it was to keep the club room clean and well equipped, was headed by Don Barringer and Bob Hopper. Organizing meetings with other clubs throughout the state was the job of the inter-club committee directed by Dale Blackledge and Howie Stevenson. gm CLUB Left to right: Row l - B. Roberts, D. Baird, R. Wilson, R. Jaccaud, S. George S. Dorsey, C. Warden, J. Cross, J. Hilbom, J. Wickham, B. Ufferman, D. Wardle, D. O'Keefe, B. Mackley, J. Dewey. Row 2 -- G. McDonald, R. Poulton, G. Morris, B. Burns,'J. Brown, J. Holmes, D. Hopkins, H. Wyss, B. Johnson, T. Gallant, Mr. Cornwell. Row 3 - K. Jackson, B. Bossert, M. Seidl, B. Yant, C. Borden, S. Hamilton, D. Shaw, D. Landsittel, D. Miller, G. Bauman, J. Bossert. Row 4- E. Bigony, L. Hause, L. Bowen, J. Jewett, B. Ebright, H. Stephenson, T. Thomson, J. Dewey, T. Masters, P. George, G. Downing., R. Lowry. Row 5 - D. Crose, D. Barkeloo, J. Burns, S. Lowe, L. Hall, B. Hopper, B. Welch, J. Carnes, A. Hackel, B. Maxwell, J. Allen, J. Merrill, L. Hopper. Row 6 - D. Barringer, R. Montgomery, B. Graham, D. Blackledge, G. Marburger, J. Talley, J. Elliott, D. Tompkins, T. Rybolt, J. Arnold, C. Sheets, J. Klamfoth. Leading the project committee, whose job it was to direct and plan the many projects throughout the year, were Ed Bigony and Charles Borden. The worship committee, headed by Jim Bossert and John Merrill, was responsible for the religious assemblies held the first Wednesday in the month as a pre-school activity. This committee was also responsible for making arrangements for the club to attend many of the local churches. Heading the program committee was Bill Graham and Larry Hause. This committee was in charge of obtaining speakers for several meetings throughout the year. The recreation committee in charge of sponsoring inner club intramurals was directed by John Bob Talley and Bill Bossert. The pub- licity committee was in charge of publicizing our activities throughout the town and school. This group was headed by Tommy Thomson and Mickey Seidl. EUTURE EARMERS OE AMERICA Left to nght Rowl T Myers R Coakley E Black J Donovan G Bucklew J Blam J Dewey Sadre sCynda Row2 Mr Beougher J Harter D Myers G Kung R Schultz B Black D Blackledge D Lobdell J Fouts L Wme J Shaw T Shackelford J Call D Gordon U Parker Mr Graham Row 3 Mr Hopkins P Breece B Bradley J VanBuskrrk L Many prolects and fleld traps have kept the Future Farmers of America busy Two outstanding trips were highlights of the program Mr Beougher and slx boys attended the National F F A Convention In Kansas Cnty The other trlp was to Waldo where the boys competed In a Parliamentary Procedure Con test The boys placed second and received a silver medal for thelr performance ln the achvltles around home the boys exhibited livestock at the country falr where Jerome Dono van had the grand champion cow On January 9 many boys attended the John Deere Day program to look at the new tractors and other farm umplements whuch were demonstrated ln February a scrap drlve was held to ralse money for the father son banquet given In March The officers were Dale Blackledge presldent Bob Black vlce president Clarence Fraley reporter Jlm Fouts treasurer Roger Schultz secretary Don Lobdell student advisor Larry Wme sentmel ' : 1 . , . i , . , . , . , . ' , . , ' ' . - . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . I I I 0 I I I Q e i o I - I Q I a I 1 Stover, J. Fouts, E. Maschmann, G. Stover, D. Burdette, M. Shenefield. Not pictured: C. Fraley, D. Slack. I I - . . . . . I H - - i I 2 , ' 1 , ' - ' 2 , 1 I I 1 2 1 I 1 - FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OIF AMERICA Left to right: Row 1 - J. Nauman, B. Adams, M. Arrington, B. Johnson, M. Bucklew, C. Gale, P. Harter, C. Boyer, C. Parmer, B. Johnson, M. Pickens, H. Hall. Row 2 -J. Crist, S. Mead, E. Coakley, D. Winship, M. Bennett, L. Levacy, I. Maggard, B. Ladd, D. Byus, B. Smith, A. Polites, B. Morgan, A. Barker, Mrs. Jones. Row 3 - G. Fleshman, M. Pool, M. Stanley, B. Allen, G. Stewart, E. Snyder, V. Davenport, H. Johnson, M. Courter, B. Culver, B. Gale, D. Wirick, J. Davis, J. Talkington, D. Arrington. Row 4. -- S. Gooding, P. Bachelor, F. Schnees, N. Knight, P. Yost, C. Gabriel, C. Dalton, D. Mead, E. Gruber, S. Jervis, M. Geary, P. Foster, C. Gregory, M. LeMaster. The Future Homemakers of America was a very useful club and a very busy one. The-girls' activities included a booth at the Parent-Teacher Association carnival, a party honoring the seniors, the mother and daughter banquet, and a regional meeting held at Mount Gilead. Besides these activities the girls did many odd jobs such as baking cookies for teas and serving at banquets. They worked for degrees such as the Junior Homemaker of Chapter degree and participated in the state program for an award of merit. The officers were Carol Gregory, president, Sandra Jervis, vice-president, Peggy Harter, secretary, Belva Allen, treasurer, Barbara Gale, historian, Barbara Culver, parliamentarian. The club advisors were Mrs. W. E. Jones and Mrs. Gerald Cory. EUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA Left to right: Row 1 - B. Blair, P. Tossey, S. Tapp, J. Allen, H. Ufferman, S. Parker, K. Morris, S. Howard. Row 2 - D Gorsuch, P. Thomas, D. Ramey, J. Pope, S. Trout, S. Espenshied, F. Alter, L. Harris, J. Felts, M. Skatz, M. Vance, N. Patrick B. Smith, R. Rardon, S. Green, P. Clark, D.. Jaccaud, J. Kofoed, B. Coover, Mr. McCIoughan. Row 3 - N. Slag,le, J. Crowl N. Osborn, J. Drake, M. Smith, N. Clipson, N. Harris, N. Wickham, N. Jones, J. Patrick, J. Jones, M. Green, J. Allen, J Betts, B. Jaccaud, B. Culver, D. Arrington, S. Pope, B. Rupe, J. Ramey, J. Southard, M. Geary. With the initiation of officers in September, Future Teachers of America began another full year. Those officers initiated were Helen Utferman, president, Jerry Allen, vice-president, Sandra Tapp, sec- retary, Sue Parker, treasurer, and Kenny Morris, historian. The fall trip to Ohio State University was one of the highlights of the year. F.T.A. members toured the campus guided by two Ohio State girls who pointed out many of the university's buildings and well- loved traditions. During the second semester, many ofthe club members observed and taught in the elementary schools. Many times during the year when regular teachers were absent, student F.T.A. members did sub- stitute teaching. Left to right: Row 1 - D. Miller, B. Roberts, S. Tapp, J. Allen, H. Ufferman, S. Parker, K. Morris, L. Bayliff. Row 2 - Mr. McCIoughan, R. Piatt, K. Kern, S. Black, N. Torrence, L. Carlisle, B. McNamee, L. Rarclon, S. Stiles, B. Robbins, J. Melvin, R. Reaney, S. Baker. Row 3-F. Grubbs, L. Johnson, J. Danison, C. Geesman, A. Hackel, J. Bossert, T. Thomson, B. Bossert, B. Perfect, L. Longwell, L. Evans, A. Ross, B. Shearman, J. Grey, T. Hughes, C. Blair, S. Fleshman. I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY r First row: Julia Drake, Elizabeth Dixon, Joanne Kofoed, Cynda Bayliff, Sandra Green, Betty Coover, Diane Gorsuch. Second row: Lynn Evans, James Bossert, Dick Crose, John Elliott, George Marburger, Bill Gra- i ham, Don Barringer, Alan Cavanie. i , The twenty-second annual National Honor Society initiation was held April 6, l956, at which time fifteen seniors became members of the Willis High Chapter of National Honor Society. The honor is bestowed by the faculty on not more than fifteen per cent of the graduating class. Qualities to be taken into consideration are Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Those initiated at the impressive service were: Donald Barring,er, Cynda Bayliff, James Bossert, Alain Cavanie, Betty Coover, Richard Crose, Elizabeth Dixon, Julia Drake, John Elliott, Lynn Evans, Diane Gorsuch, Sandra Green, William Graham, Joanne Kofoed, and George Marburger. Introductory remarks were made by Mr. Graham, who is chairman of the faculty sponsoring com- mittee. Miss Whitted read the names of the new members and gave their outstanding activities during high school. Mr. McCloughan made the presentation of the class, and the response was given by Mr. Graham. Mr. Hopkins then introduced the speaker, Mr. Roy Bossert, who gave the address. As isthe custom, the faculty entertained the new members at a luncheon at Bun's Restaurant. ln T952 a new policy was adopted by the faculty for the election of members. ln order to take the voting out of the realm of the subjective, ci rating system was devised. The upper third of the graduating clbss-those who are eligible for National Honor Society-was rated on the basis of the qualifications mentioned above. The students were then ranked from one to thirty-five in order of their rating, and these scores were added together to get the student's standing in these qualifications. J The National Honor Society originated in l92l, and to Edward Rynearson, a graduate of Ohio VVesleyan University, goes much of the credit for the founding of the society. Members of the National Hbnor Society Committee were: Mrs. Patingale, Mr. Graham, Miss Whitted, and Mr. Moist. They were assisted by Mrs. Homer Wyss. NATIONAL PQRENSIQS LEAGUE Left to right: Row I - D. O'Keefe, J. Felts, L. Harris, B. Paynter, K. Evans, M. Teele, B. Coover, J. Seidl. Row 2 - N. Osbom, J. Strimer, J. Allen, N. Slagle, J. Green, J. Cross, M. Seidl, T. Hughes, A. Johnson, B. Roberts. Row 3 -Mrs. Evans, B. Shearman, B. Graham, D. Landsittel, J. Bossert, B. Maxwell, A. Hackel, G. Marburger, J. Merrill, A. Cavanie, J. Elliott, C. Blair, L. Bayliff, L. Dixon, Mrs. Hearn. A The debate team had a very successful season. The officers were Bill Poynter, president, Hal Wyss, vice-president, and Kay Evans, secretary-treasurer. Seniors debating on the "A" squads' this year were John Elliott and Bill Poynter, iuniors, also on the "A" squad were Bob Maxwell, Mickey Seidl, Bill Bossert, and Alain Cavanie. The season started at Ohio State on December lOth when the "A" squad had a very favorable showing. Some of the various tournaments attended were, Middletown, Springfield, Co- lumbus North. Concluding the year the "A" squad traveled to the Ohio High School Speech League district contest, the N.F.L. finals and the State Finals which were held on March the l7th. ln the annual Prince of Peace contest Bob Maxwell won the district contests at Springfield and quali- fied for the State Championship contest. Earlier in the year .lerry Allen and Mickey Seidl were entered in the district and county tournaments respectively. The N.F.L. earned money for the year by sponsoring a concession stand at the football games. LATIN CLUBS LATIN I ' Left to right: Row 1-B. Wilson, J. Holmes, J. Cross, D. Hopkins, B. Mack- ley, G. Baughman, C. Warden, D. War- dle. Row 2 -J. Hilborn, J. Moore, L. Schaffner, B. Patrick, B. Maxwell, L. Axline, H. Hearn, J. Green, T. Rybolt, J. Wickham. Row 3-M. Blackledge, J. Hutchisson, J. Jones,'B. Murphy, D. Baird, B. Ufferman, D. O'keefe, G. Crawford, N. Willey, M. Rider, S. Kellar, S. Borland, J. Cain, J. Reed, S. Ross, S. Glaze, C. Deyo, P. Rayburn, C. Fisher, Mrs. Evans, C. Ellis, W. Ebright, L. Bob- ula. Row 4-J. Brown, K. Hardin, L. Jackson, S. Lowe, G. McDonald, R. Montgomery, J. Arnold, L. Hall, S. And- erson, H. Cain, Mrs. Evans, J. Barris, J. Hudson. The first and second year Latin clubs who called themselves the Olympiads, held, their meetings this year on the last school day of each month. Crowning their list of big events was the- spring banquet. Here, the members, garbed in the traditional tunics and stolas and enjoyed a meal as the Romans might have centuries ago. These costumes were made by the members during class periods. Other gala events were the state J.C.L. convention at Ohio State University on April l3, the Christ- mas gift exchange, and the showing of slides by Mrs. Crowl. The Latin ll class officers were Mary Judy Teele and David Landsittel, presidents, Janice Ramey and Linda Carlisle, vice-presidents, and Judy Strimer and Margaret Vance, secretaries, and Nancy Byerly and Bill Roberts, treasurers. - The Latin I class officers were Robert Patrick and Lois Axline, presidents, 'Jim Hilborn and Tom Rybolt, vice-presidents, Linda Schaffner and Judy Green, secretaries, and Judy Moore and Harriett Hearn, treasurers. LATIN ll Left to right: Row 'l-R. Gallant, S. George, C. Lobdell, B. Roberts. Row 2 --N. Byerly, J. Ramey, J. Strimer, M. Teele, R. Maxwell, D. Landsittel, M. Vance, L. Carlisle. Row 3-D. Shaw, D. Ramey, S. Hasty, J. Felts, L. Harris, T. Hughes, N. Patrick, J. Fidler, A. Hackel, P. Clark, N. Avery, J. Courter, C. Blair, J. Crowl, B. McNamee, Mrs. Evans, D. Miller. Row 4 - H. Wyss, G. Opel, P. Fillinger, J. Allen, J. Seidl, B. Perfect, N. Slagle, A. Johnson, J. Hoff- r man, L. Bayliff, P. Glaze, B. Shearman, , G. Downing, R. Lowry. 2 L SPANISH CLUBS SPANISH I Left to right Row I J Bachelor C Graham N Harrls J Melvln,J Dewey A Ross L Parks Row 2 J Danlson S Hobbs S Jackson S Elder K Hlrn mg B Barton B Levlngs S Pope B Harper C Geesman P Grant S Pat rlck Mlss Bussard Row3 M Geary, B Yant D Thomklns S Gatton J Grey L Lowry B Denton B Duffey, W Carnes M Patnck, J Carnes SPANISH Il Left to rlght Row 1 D Jaccaud P Tossey B Coover S Parker J Kofoed J Pope D Gorsuch M Skatz Row2 Mass Bussard J Manley B Smith R Rardon, D Barkeloo S Espenshled D Crose H Ufferman H Rhodes M Smith K Kern K Lobdell J Patrick B Rupe Row3 V Robmson C Lowry M Young, D Ramsey C Green C Banks P Hememan D Mead P Hamp ton R Hagar J Southard G Morris K Moms D Patrlck K Jackson F Boster The Spamsh puplls had their own two clubs which met once a month The Spamsh I club Club Trelntay Tres , consisted of thirty three members The offlcers elected were John Dewey as president Jane Melvm as vice president, Angeline Ross as secretary treasurer, and Naoml Harris as soclal chalrman Two of the outstandmg programs of the year were the Klng s Day celebratlon In January and the Valentmes party In February One of the programs later In the year was devoted to Spamsh games The Spamsh ll Los Oradores Espanoles , pupils held a Spamsh meal rn January, a Valentmes party an exhlblt by the Rolosons, and a farewell party for the semors Their otfncers were Joanne Kofoed pres: dent, Sue Parker, vnce president, Judy Pope, secretary treasurer, and Betty Coover, social chanrman Both Spamsh and French clubs lolned efforts and held a Mardi Gras costume party In March, a bn annual event ' : - . , . I - l I - . I I . , . . T . I 1 . , . I - y . . ' . 1 . , - ' , . , . I - I ' I - ' T I T c l a u l I . I ' I ' I . , . . , . . , . . . ' : - . , . I ' I ' I ' I . , . , . . '1 W ' , . , . ' , . N . , . I , . , . , . , . , . 1 n I n I I I I J. Talley, R. Reaney, L. Hause, J. Jones, , . . T . . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . , . ' I ' I ' I ' . I . ' , . . , . , . . . . . . .. ' I . ., . . . . ' I . . , . . 1 .I . gy u I n Q . 1 n I . 1 u . ul - I FRENCH CLUBS FRENCH I Left to right: S. Dimon, S. Stiles, M. Reed, F. Alter, L. Dickey, J. DeWalt. Row 2 - H. Johnson, S. Hagaman, T. Masters, J. Crawford, D. Mooney, N. Wickham, S. Wygle, Miss Bussard. FRENCH II Left to right: Row 1 - D. Jaccaud, P. Thomas, D. Crose, L. Dixon, B. Jaccaud, L. Longwell, M. Hilborn, S. Dorsey. Row 2-B. Smith, D. Bump, B. Culver, S. Espenshiecl, N. Harris, N. Osborn, M. Evans, J. Patrick, B. Burns, J. Long, J. Drake, Miss Bussard. Row 3-M. Sheets, K. Morris, H. Stephenson, J. Bossert, F. Grubbs, L. Evans, R. Reaney, M. Greene. Not listed, C. Bayliff. i l "Les Treize Heureux," the "Lucky Thirteen," was the name of the first year French club. Their pre- siding officers were: Frances Alter, president, Marcia Reed, vice-president, Linda Dickey, secretary, and Shirley Stiles, social chairman. A few of the items on the list of events were the French breakfast in December, the King's Day party in January, a Valentines party in February, and a Pen Pal program in May. The second year French club took the name "Les Meilleurs", translated as, "The Best". The officers they elected were Bob Jaccaud, president, Liz Dixon, vice-president, Linda Longwell, secretary-treasurer, and Dick Crose, social chairman. This club also held a breakfast and Pen Pal program. Fay Vogle, who spent a year abroad, spoke to the club during one of their programs. Together with the Spanish clubs, the French Clubs held the biannual Mardi Gras. This costume party was held in March. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Left to right: Seated-H. Merriman, K. Payne, D. Oberly, J. Carnes, R. Ebright, R. Spencer, S. Acker, J. Free- man, F. Jordan. Row 2-K. Deel, G. Aspery, R. Simpson, D. Hill, J. Cox, L. Weatherall, H. Cranor, D. Corwin, R. Jones, G. Woods, K. Jackson, D. Thomp- son, T. Heineman, Mr. Chase. Row 3 - L. Hill, H. Bradley, D. Hauseman, L. Wilson, N. Davenport, C. Ward, K. Lob- dell, F. Gooding, J. Murfield, D. Morris, D. Patrick. The Industrial Arts Club had many activities this year. The most important one, however, was the annual spring open house. Here were shown displays of the boys' proiects with open shops showing demonstrations. The club is built on this principle, to give more chances to work on a pet project as there would be no time for them in class. The club elected these boys as their officers for the year: Bob Ebright, president, Bob Spencer, vice- president, .lon Carnes, secretary. IPRIN T CREW Left to right: H. Cranor, R. Jones, Mr. Morris, L. Hill, D. Morris, J. Murfield. The Willis High School Print Crew was a very useful organization. They handled many small printing ipbs around Willis, such as play and dance programs, basketball and football schedules, tickets, etc. The crew even made Christmas cards for the faculty. The club was organized in T954 and its purpose is to provide an interesting club for those who like printing. Most of the work done by the print crew was accomplished during study halls and any moments of spare time the boys had available. One big event of the year was an open house in which all members participated. POPULAR MUSIC Left to right: Row 1-N. Willey, G. Stewart, S. Williams, E. Snyder, C. Green, J. Batchelor, C. Ward, C. War- den. Row 2 - V. Davenport, C. Wilson, S. Dimon, N. Jamison, M. Welch, J. Askins, C. Dawson, D. Wilson, Miss Plum, P. Tossey. Row 3 - D. Mead, C. Banks, W. Carnes, J. Talkington, C. Cumston, P. Heineman. The Popular Music Club had as its purpose the enioyment of all types of music. When the club met, the pupils either participated or ioined in singing popular songs, folk songs, and hillbilly songs. Emma Snyder was program chairman and her associates were Grace Stewart, Sandy Williams, John Bachelor, and Sherry Green. Mmyoia Mimosa Left to right: Row 1-J. Felts, M. Greene, S. Stiles, K. Evans, M. Teele, A. Johnson, R. Reaney, B. Smith. Row 2 -J. Ramey, M. Young, L. Bayliff, C. Blair, J. Hudson, T. Hughes, J. Allen, D. Ferguson, S. Pope, Miss Plum. Not pictured, C. Bayliff. The Major-Minor Club, a member of the National Music Society, held its meetings once a month. The officers were Kay Evans, president, Mary Judy Teele, vice-president, Ann Johnson, secretary, Shirley Stiles, treasurer. At the beginning of the year the officers got together and planned the program for each month. Each month different members of the club participated in the program by singing, playing the piano, or playing musical instruments. A program, which included everyone in the club, was presented to the senior high in May. RADIO Left to right: Row 1 - G. Crawford, H. Cranor, K. Lobdell, D. Corwin, D. Pat- rick, J. Murfield, B. Bradley, H. Brad- ley, T. Myers. Row 2 -J. Donovan, E. Black, H. Merriman, Mr. Morris, K. Payne, M. Shenefield, W. Dalton, W. Smith. "Calling W-I-L-L-l-S, calling W-I-L-L-l-S, come in Mickey Mouse." This may sound a little far-fetched, but they do have fun. The radio club has been busy studying code. Many members have been working toward their amateur license. The club studied the parts of the radio. Some ot the members have their own home stations. SHUTTIERBUGS dan, F. Jordan, D. Morris, J. Powers, J. Carnes, S. Acker, J. Freeman. Row 2 -D. Penn, M. Buckham, K. Deel, J. Downey, R. Holt, T. Heineman, R. Jones, J. Crawford, G. Woods, N. Davenport, D. Thompson, R. Spencer, D. Oberle, J. Batchelor. Shutterbugs is a club for high school students interested in photography. Any student is eligible to become a member by paying the registration fee and the monthly dues and passing the initiation. The meetings were held bi-monthly. Thepresident was Jim Powers. VOCATTONAIL INDUSTRIAL Left to right: Row 1 - B. Stevens, R. Azbell, E. Jordan, M. Disbennett, B. Easterday. Row 2 - Mr. Dale Bowman, D. Johns W. Caldwell, W. Pool, R. Stults, D. Rupe, J. Shively, J. McMillen, R. Logue. In November members attended the V.l.C. convention in Columbus. The V.l.C. float won first place in the Homecoming parade. The biggest event of the year took place in December when six boys went to Detroit. While they were there they stayed in the dormitory at Greenfield Village. During the trip they went through the Ford Museum, the Ford Plant, the new Plymouth engine plant. The boys were guests of the Ford Plant for a turkey dinner. This trip was financed by the boys' sales of Christmas and All Occasion cards. ' The V.l.C. sent delegates to the state capital, for a government day in February. Another big event was the annual Employer and Employee Steak dinner which was held on March 8th. Approximately fifty employers and their wives and employees attended this dinner. The Vocational Industrial Club had a good year under the leadership of Mr. Dale Bowman. -DU-AN Left to right: Row 1 -T. Gallant, B. Johnson, B. Yant, B. Bossert, J. Talley, M. Seidl, D. Thomkins, J. Nibert. Row 2 -J. Fouts, H. Stephenson, C. Geesman, L. Hopper, H. Maggard, T. Thomson, L. Hause, T. Shakelford, B. Black, D. Harter. Row 3 - B. Hopper, J. Burns, C. Sheets, G. Marburger, B. Graham, D. Campbell. V The D-Clan is a boys' club made up of all the varsity letter winners of Willis High's interscholastic athletic teams. The aim of this club is to promote and maintain good, clean athletics. Any boy receiving a varsity "D" in sports is eligible for membership. The winning of a "D" requires active participation in a varsity sport and only one "D" is given to an athlete. After the boys win their letter, the sportsmen re- ceive a gold bar for each year thereafter. The captains of the teams receive a gold star to add to their letter. This year the D-Clan was busy selling popcorn at the football games. The big event for the year was the annual spring banquet. Officers for the i955-56 year were President, John Talley, Vice-President, Ed Raduggee, Secretary-Treasurer, Bill Bossert. tQTT3'.F CENTER , , .....f- I Left to right: Row 1 - J. Jones, G. MacDonald, J. Melvin, T. Shakelford, B. Perfect, B. Johnson, H. Hearn, r. Joraan. naw 2 -- Mr. Tucker, S. Baker, S. Black, L. Bobula, M. Skatz, J. Hilborn, V. Roberts. Row 3 -A. Hackel, J. Morris, D. Black- ledge, J. Merrill, S. Lowe. The Youth Recreation Center, located in the old North School on North Washington Street, pro- vides wholesome recreation for all Willis High students. Dancing, pool, table tennis, table games, and shuffle board are among the attractions. A snack bar provides refreshments at low cost. The "rec" is open every night except Sunday unless there is an all-school event. Hours are from 7:00 to 8:30 for junior high students and 7:00 to 9:30 for high school students. Week-end hours are extended one hour for each group. The youth center is governed by a student committee appointed by the student body president. Price of admission is five cents per evening or twenty-five cents for a monthly ticket. The recreation committee is under the leadership of Ted Shackleford, president, Beth Perfect, vice- president, Jane Melvin, secretary, Bob Johnson, treasurer, Allen Tucker, faculty advisor, and Mrs. Ed Bobule, P.-T.A. advisor. The records were in charge of Sandy Baker, Steve Lowe, Sandy Black, Lynn Bobule, and Fostene Jordan. Dale Blackledge was the chairman of maintenance with Melinda Skatze, Alan Hackel, Jim Hil- born and Alice Toney helping. The members. of the social and planning committees were Bob Johnson, Jane Melvin, Harriett Hearn, Vickie Roberts, and Gary McDonald. John Merrill was the chairman of the rules and regulation committee. On his committee were Beth Perfect, John Jones, and John Morris. During the year the "Rec" members met with the parents dnd set up rules and regulations by which each member of the "Rec" or any person going to the "Rec" must abide. These- rules concerned the use of cars, excessive noise and closing time. Any person found disobeying these rules were taken before the court composed of the committee members and parents. The recreation committee had a Hallowe'en and Christmas party during the year. They also sanded the floors to make dancing easier. YOUTH I-IDR CHRIST I I Left to right: Seated - R. Levings, J. Davis, M. Samuels. Standing - B. Mor- gan, K. Jackson, G. Fleshman, D. Mead, H. Hall. Youth For Christ is a club dedicated to the youth of Willis Hi h School This club had their mee g . r- ing every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 7:50 A. M. The club was in its second year The members held a Christmas party on December 8th. All needy children of the city were invited to be guests at the party. The project the Y. F. C. undertook was to supply hymnals for the high school auditorium The officers were Jean Davis, president, Margaret Samuels, vice-president, Ruth Levings, secretary, and Fred Grubbs, treasurer. IIJN HIGH DELHI HEIJIDIERS I Left- to right: Row I-N. Moses, B. Ingraham, S. Flowers, K. Baird, C. Hahn, S. Pursel. Row 2-L. Sarver, B. Ross, M. Blair, J. Barringer, S. Brimhall, N. Jackson, C. Morgan, S. Martin. Row 3 -J. Berry, K. McElfresh, A. Campbell, K. Jones, C. Disbennett, S. Bayliff, M. Carson, T. Sell, R. Kebker, S. Scott, B. Elder. I The l956 Delhi has had some wonderful workers this year. The business staff, headed by Jim Bossert, has had the assistance of the Junior High. Betsey Ingraham, Karen Baird, and Sondra Flowers have done much of the advertising for the yearbook. Many posters, displayed in the halls, have been made by these girls. Many of the workers have been counting tax stamps. One of the projects was to cutout pennants to stick on the cafeteria trays to advertise for subscriptions tothe yearbook. THIlS 1IS UMR PRQBLEMI Mrs. Roof, B. Strimer, S. 0'Keefe, S LTVEWTRE Left to right: Row 1-S. Pursel, C Disbennett, K. Jones, J. Burkhart, S Bayliff, D. Stewart, L. Lawson, V. De- Vries, M. Maxwell, K. Baird, B. Ingra- ham. Row 2-M. Hopkins, S. Owen J. Rapp, R. Nutt, C. Fogle, J. Ballard, , Geesman, L. Sarver. Because of the increased enrollment in the junior high, the Live Wire was the only activity in which the pupils could participate. The Live Wire for this year was handled in a different manner. Instead of having a regular staff the pupils volunteered in English class to write the articles. Mrs. Roof was in charge of the seventh grade English classes. The paper included the various sections of jokes, gossip, and creative writing. Several girls did the art-work for the paper which usually contained about six pages and was sold for five cents a copy The paper sponsored a writing contest with cash awards. TNTRAMURALS 8TH GRADE CHAMPS Left to right: Row 1 - B. Simpson, J. Jervis, D. Ward, D. Robinson, E. Kern, B. Rupe, L. Hill, S. Yoder, B. Blair. Row 2 -Mr. Keller, L. Lowry, J. Liggett, S. Buzard, C. Smith, D. Segner, H. Banks, L. Hamilton. 7TH GRADE CHAMPS Left to right: Row 1 -M. Blair, V. De- Vries, J. Holmes, P. Oman, L. Lawson. Row 2 - C. Ellis, R. Strimer, D. Bertram, J. Robinson, R. Lorish, Mr. Keller. Because of the crowded conditions in the iunior high this year, the intramural program was limited Since there were thirteen homerooms - eighth and seventh combined - not everyone could always play The games played were kickball and basketball. The eighth grade played every other Tuesday during activity period and the seventh grade played every other Thursday during activity period. Cham pions were named at the end of each sporting event. THIESPTIANS Left to right: Row 1 - S. Espenshied, B. Coover, J. Bossert, W. Thompson, L. Evans, J. Kofoed, D. Gorsuch. Row 2 - Mrs. Patrngale, Mrs. Evans, E. Dixon, S. Baker, R. Reaney, S. Tapp, L. Bayliff, R. Piatt, J. Drake, S. Marks, H. Ufferman, Miss Whitted, Mrs. Hearn, Mrs. Jones. Row 3 -W. Gross, E. Bigony, L. Bowen, R. Maxwell, J. Allen, J. Elliott, R. Crose, G. Marburger, F. Grubbs, J. Merrill, A. Hackel. Not pictured - C. Bayliff. Troupe 420 of the National Thespian Society started the l955-56 year with the scheduled fall play, "Time Out for Ginger." Although not every member of the cast was a Thespian, the group was well represented. Several persons make themselves eligible tor Thespians by working on crews or in the cast. A spring initiation was held this year. The members had dinner and attended Wesleyan's production of "The Crucible." ln January Troupe 420 attended one ot Ohio'State's productions. Plans were made throughout the year for the sending of a play to the National Thespian Convention at Indiana University. The play selected to go was "Sunday Costs Five Pesos." The officers for the group were: Tom Thomson, president, Cynda Baylift, vice-president, Lynn Evans, secretary, and Jim Bossert, treasurer. TITIMUE QUT FOR GRINGER by Ronald Alexander Cast in order of appearance: Lizzie ........................ .... ..... L y nda Baylrtf Agnes Carol ................. . . .Betty Coover Howard Carol .... ..... J erry Allen Joan ........ ..... C ynda Baylift Jeannie .... ......... J udy Strimer Ginger ....... .... S andra Espenshied Eddie Davis .... ........ J ohn Jewett Tommy Green .... .... ..... R o bert Maxwell Mr. Wilson ................................................................... John Merrill Ed Hoffman ................................................................. Tom Thomson Production Staff: Director, Kathryn E. Hearn, Student Director, Joanne Kofoed, Prompters, Janet Allen, Trilby Hughes, Stage Manager, John Morris, Lights, William Gross, Costumes, Linda Carlisle, Properties, Judy Pope, Make-up, Rachel Reaney, Shirley Stiles, Business, Richard Crose, Publicity, James Bossert, Eliza- beth Dixon, Head Usher, Julia Drake. "Wasn't Pop lucky to have three lovely daughters ? He was sure tops in our minds, too. Not every girl is fortu- nate enough to have a father like ours." "Eddie and Ioan hit it off swell Sometimes Mr. Carol thought they stayed out too late." 1 "He-man Eddie really thought he was big stuff in the world of sports." "Jeanne really looked like "Gee, we Were P1'011d of her." a queen, didn't she ?" "Mom really looks happy about something. "Here is Ed Hoffman Wonder what happened?" Pop's close friend." THE FORTUNE TELLER by Victor Herbert BOOTH AND STAGE CREWS left tv fight: J- Bosserf, J- Burns. W- Bossert, B. Burns, Left to right: Row 1 - H. Cranor, C. Sheets, P. George. G- Mdfbufgef- Row 2-J. Allen, J. Morris, W. Gross, E. Bigony, A. Hackel. The stage crew's work consisted of pulling the curtain, working the lights, keeping all the ropes in top-notch condition, repairing all lights, setting up stage sets, and many more iobs unseen by the audience. ln order to do this they must give up their study halls, free time after school, and many evenings before a big production. The main duly of the booth crew was to run the 35-mm. proiector for special movies we have during the year. They not only ran movies but also checked every film for defects which had to be corrected before they show the film. ln addition they checked the projectors and kept them in perfect running condition. The Willis Thespian Chapter was asked to present a one-act play production at the National Thespian Convention held bi-annually at the University of Indiana. Mrs. N. S. Hearn and the Thespian players presented "Sunday Costs Five Pesos." The one-act play is a farce taking place in beautiful Mexico. . x 2 GIRLS GLJEIE CLUB 4 Left to right: Row 1 - Miss Birdsell, B. Ladd, M. Teele, J. Strimer, N. Slagle, M. Green, C. Crumb, J. Ramey. Row 2 - N Harris, J. Allen, L. Longwell, S. Pope, M. Young, N. Dimon, Miss Thisel. Row 3 -R. Hagar, M. Sheets, B. Sheorman, C Blair, C. Gregory, L. Johnson, L. Bayliff. SENIOR CHURUS Left to right: Row 1 -J. Felts, S. Kellar, B. Johnson, J. Cain, C. Fisher, J. Crowl, M. Smith, D. Ramsey, L. Schaffner, P. Tossey, Miss Plum. Row 2 - J. DeWalt, N. Byerly, J. Hudson, J. Green, J. Reed, H. Hearn, K. Hardin, B. Fillinger, C. Ellis, S. Dimon, C. Deyo. Row 3 -J. Dewey, B. Mackley, D. 0'Keefe, C. Warden, D. Hopkins, J. Hilborn, J Cross D Baird G. Bauman, A. Hursey. Row 4- H. Maggard, J. Nibert, M. Patrick, D. Mooney, R. Montgomery, S. Lowe, T.'Ry'bolt, Tl Masters, J. Arnold, D. Morgan, T. Carnes. ' Left to right: Row l - S. Stiles, K. Evans, N. Clipson, B. Coover, C. Bayliff, L. Dixon, J. Grey, A. Ross, L. Evans, B. Robbins. Row 2-S. Tapp, R. Piatt, K. Kern, H. Ufferman, D. Ferguson, A. Smith, F. Alter, J. Jones, N. Torrence, S. SENTIUR CHOIR The Willis High singing groups, under the direction of Miss Eliza Plum, have brought their variety of enjoyable music to the school and to the public on many occasions. The senior high choir sang at the annual Thanksgiving and Easter religious assemblies. The choir participated at Baccaleureate by singing several selections. From the choir were chosen the Triple Trio and Boys Octette. When the two combined they became known as the Choral Ensemble. The Ensemble sang at a teachers' conference, the Republican Women's meeting, a Kiwanis district meeting, the Junior- Senior, the WLW Talent show, the Easter Ball, the P.-T. A., Key Club convention, the UN meeting, and the Christmas concert. The Triple Trio sang at the W-Teen formal. The accompanists for the Senior Choir were Jim Bossertand .lulia Drake. The Glee Club was something new at Willis this year. It was made up of twenty girls. Janet Allen and Mary Judy Teele were the accompanists for the group. Baker, S. Black, P. Walden. Row 3 - G. Marburger, J. Talley, D. Barringer, L. Hopper, A. Hackel, L. Hause, F. Grubbs, R. Johnson, T. Thomson, F. Boster, D. Crose, S. Patrick, J. Carnes, Miss Plum. The Senior Chorus is a group that was formed in order to give more opportunities to students with fre interest in choral music. lt was formed two years ago and is under the direction of Miss Eliza Plum. The chorus is selected by tryouts that are open to the entire school. The Senior Chorus consists .of Sh . . man and sophomores. The older students may try out for Senior Choir. Sue Martin was forthe chorus group. of the music department was the Christmas Concert presented in the high school audi- The concert presented just the music groups of Willis. The program consisted ofthe junior high choir, the girls' glee club, the seniorfchorus, the senior choir, instrumental ensemble, and the choral ensemble. The choral ensemble, consisting of thegirls' triple and the boys' octette, presented " 'Twas the Night Before Christmas." The group appeared in night and night caps. Jim Bossert directed the choral ensemble. The senior high groups ended with "Hallelujah Chorus" and the candlelight recessional with the singing ofthe beloved "Silent Night." TRIPLE TRJ10 Left fo right: R. Reaney, B. Coover, S Stiles, H. Ufferman, S. Tapp, J. Drake C. Bayliff, E. Dixon, L. Evans. BOYS? OCTIETTIE Left to right: D. Burringer, L. Hopper, L. House, F. Grubbs, R. Crose, S. Patrick, W. Thomson, F. Boster. IUNIIOR il-HGH CHOIR Left to right: Row 1 -T. Vickerman, D. Matthews, S. Clark, N. Harris, S. Organ, B. Simpson, P. Maxey, P. Mercer, J. Ackerman, S. Brimhall, C. Morgan, J. Brown, J. Brodnax. Row 2-K. Oller, P. Smith, B. Payne, L. Fitzgerald, L. Hill, N. McDonald, P. Cain, S. Kiernan, S. Piper, G. Smith, T. Stomp, R. Morrison. Row 3-D. Drylie, P. Harper, R. Taylor, K. McElfresh, P. Piper, S. Scott, N. Moses, T. Sell, S. Flowers, A. Campbell, S. Bayliff. Row 4- M. Wareham, P. Oman, T. Sheets, S. Saulsbury, M. Cranor, E. Kern, R. Covrett, T. Fox, J. Berry, J. Burkhart. Row 5 - D. Segner, K. Terry, D. Dickey, S. Buzard, R. Bonner. Left to right: Row I - C. Horn, K. Baird, E. Amick, J. Shirling, C. Owen, S. Donovan, B. lngraham, M. Maxwell, N. Jackson, S. O'Keefe, N. Hough. Row 2-M. Dorsey, B. Yant, B. Ross, A. Moore, M. Blair, J. Dever, S. Devadutt, J. Meyers, J. Barringer, D. Winship, B. Elder. Row 3 - S. Pursel, S. Parks, D. Hursey, S. Martin, D. Stewart, L. Lawson, J. Robinson, M. Hamilton, B. Strimer, C. Hahn, S. Patrick, R. Lorish. l THE BAND' UP WQLLIS Willis High School can be very proud of the Delaware Willis marching and concert bands. They gave numerous hours of entertainment for the high school and the citizens of Delaware. The band had eighty-seven marching members plus six high stepping maiorettes. The ma- iorettes for the l955-56 band were Helen Ufferman, Patty Thomas, Nancy Rinker, Betty Blair, Becky Smith, and Linda Longwell. The band had the opportunity to play for many occasions during the school year. Their va- rious activities included the fair, homecoming, and all of the football games. The winter concert held January 3lst featured the Junior High Cadet Band and the Senior High Concert Band. The spring concert in May included fourth, fifth, sixth, iunior high, and the senior high concert bands. MMUJRJETTES g Left to right: Row 'I - B. Smith, P Thomas, B. Blair. Row 2 - L. Longwell N. Rinker, H. Ufferman. The high school band traveled to both the district and state finals in their contest work this year. Another attraction in the springtime is the annual banquet. lt is sponsored by the Band Parents Boosters Club and it is at this time that the awards are handed out. The awards are given accord- ing to the number ot years ot participation in the high school band. At the end of one year a letter is awarded, the second year a bar and tor each additional year a bar is awarded until the senior year when both a bar and a silver key are presented. The Pep Band added a great deal ot pep and enthusiasm wherever they played. Just about every week the entire school crowded into the g m and a hi h spirited student bod 'oined in Y 9 Y l and singing with the Delaware Willis Pep Band. The band was composed of members selected from the marching band. They played at all pep Left to right: Row 1 - D. Landsittle, J. Merrill, D. Blackledge, J. Drake, B. Burns, L. Bayliff, A. Hackel, D. Shaw. Row 2-R. Rardon, J. Klamfoth, B. Lowry, S. Baker, F. Grubbs, W. Graham, K. Hagelgans, D. Ferguson. Row 3- B. Shearman, W. Carnes, D. Mooney, S. Hasty. and occasionally at assembly. They also participated in the Christmas Concert. Mr. Robert Smith was the director and Julia Drake, the student director. PEP BAND Left to right: Row 1 -R. Piatt, R. Reaney, J. Grey, J. Ramey, J. Moore, B. Robbins, J. Allen, N. Clipson. Row 2 Smith, J. Merrill, D. Blackledge, K. Evans, W. Gross, W. Graham, L. Bowen, F. Grubbs, C. Sheets, E. Bigony, L. Harris Ufferman, R. Montgomery, C. Blair, J. Bossert, M. Campbell, J. O'Neal. Row 3 - S. Marks, S. Black, L. Rardon, D. La sittle, N. Wickham, N. Osborn, A. Smith, K. Hagelgans, C. Gregory, D. Ferguson, D. Lobdell, R. Gallant, E. Black, Ebright, J. Hutchisson, G. Parks, H. Wyss, J. Donovan, N. Patrick, D. 0'Keefe, M. Evans, M. Hilborn, L. Johnson, S. Bal Q VUNIOR HIGH BAND Left to right: Row 1 - B. Carnes, J. Marburger, D. Boster, R. Hackel, B. lngraham, S. Flowers, K. Baird, B. Ross, S. Owen, V. Roberts, M. Wareham. Row 2 - M. Carsen, J. Weiser, S. Bayliff, S. Scott, J. Barringer, J. Rapp, R. Clark, B. Bollinger, B. Rupe, A. Jeisel, J. Cox, P. Ficller, E Starkero, M. Bigony, E. VanDerVoort. Row 3 - H. Banks, R. Ebright, S. Patrick, L. Brackney, L. Barrett, S. O'Keefe, R. Shipman, M. Hamilton, R Downing, D. Patrick, S. Donovan, P. Welch, C. Main, C. Mullins, B. Bell, B. Benton, M Hopkins. Row 4- D. McCoy, L. Turney, B. Simpson, L. Hill, D. Whetsel, D. Griffith, R. Kebker, P. Hagaman, R. Nutt, J. Dimon, C. Horn, J. Young, L. Sheets, B. Rapp, T. Gallant, R. Dienst, T. Longwell, J Ditslear, B. Wilson, D. Lowry, C. Butt, J. Eishen, K. Bensley. Row 5 - Mr. Ross, Mr. Smith, T. Driggs. 6'Clinging to our alma mater, We shielded from attack, The banner of our colors, Of the Orange and the Black." ATHLETICS 1 Although this year's football team did not have too much weight on the line, the backs proved to be speedy. This years results: Willis l2 Marysville 7 Willis 6 Worthington 6 Willis O Grandview 20 'Willis 12 Bexley 7 Willis O Urbana 44 Willis l2 Arlington 27 Willis O Mt. Vernon 14 Willis 30 Circleville 26 Willis 40 London 13 Willis placed four members on the all- C. B. L. team. On the offensive team was Dale Campbell, center, John Bob Talley, quarterback. On the defensive team was George Marburger, tackle, Bob Black, guard. Head coach was Dick Coyle. He was assisted by Len Visci, Ray Middleton and Del Cornwell. COACHES Left to right: Mr. Len Visci, Mr. Ray Middleton, Senior Captain George Marburger, Mr. Del Corn- well, Mr. Dick Coyle, to right: Row 'I - M. Patrick, L. Crank, J. Donovan, J. Shaw, E. Black, D. Miller, B. Yant, D. Gale, G. Bucklew, B. Burns, 'ompkins, T. Masters. Row 2 - Mr. Coyle, R. PouIton,'J. Burns, J. Talley, B. Black, E. Radugge, J. Fouts, H. Maggard, anBuskirk, H. Stephenson, D. Campbell, T. Murfield, M. Seidl, J. Blain, Mr. Middleton, Mr. Visci. Row 3 - Mr. Corn- l, T. Rybolt, L. Hall, J. Dewey, C. Geesman, C. Claphan, J. Morris, G. Marburger, B. Hopper, E. Maschmann, P. Breece. SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS ft to right: Row 1-J. Burns, R. ack, D. Campbell, G. Marburger, E. du e. Row 2-L. Crank T. Mur- ' 99 I ld, J. Talley, H. Stephenson. . The Delo Screw Products, among the school's most loyal supporters of athletics, lend their support to the Delhi by again sponsoring this page. SPOT-LIGHT CREW SCOREBOARD CREW J. Carnes, L, Hquse, B, Johnson Left io right: T. Thomson, J. Elliott, B. Poynter, C. Borden VARSITY CHEERLEADERS - . truck, S. urker, K. Kern. Row 2 - B. Robbins, Jones, F. Alter. RESERVE CHEEELEA3-EES Left to Allen, L. Carlisle, N. Slagle, J. Fe HCDIMIECONUING QUEEN AND COURT r, Queen n. RESERVE EASKETEALL ing - J. Manley, B. Gallant, G. McDonald, G. L. Hopper, L. Gongwer, D. Hopkins, B. Uffermhn, Nov. Dec. Dec. Uec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Ja n. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Left to right: Kneeling -J. Freeman, R. Montgomery, J. Hilborn, J. Arnold, G Bauman R Poulton D Oberle Stand Morris, L. Hall, T. Rybolt, Coach Coyle Asst Coach Middleton T Masters J. Dewey. 29, 1955 2, 1955 6, 1955 9, 1955 16, 1955 20, 1955 27, 1955 3, 1956 6, 1956 13, 1956 20, 1956 21, 1956 27, 1956 3, 1956 7, 1956 10, 1956 17, 1956 24, 1956 Aquinas Worthington Marysville Urbana Arlington Columbus West Big Walnut Linden-McKinley Mt. Vernon Grandview Bexley Academy Urbana Arlington Columbus North Mt. Vernon Grandview Bexley The three seniors on the basketball squad this year were .Iohn Bob Talley, who played a literal Jack ot All Trades and proved an invaluable aid at all positions at which he played, George Marburger, who was burdened with injuries at the beginning of this year, but proved that his eye was ci help on the score- board, and that his height was a help under the basket. Ed Raduggee not only helped the team, but also helped himself to plenty of points for the 55-56 basketball squad. VVAGJIRJLS Left to right: Row 1 -S. Black, M. Call, E. Dixon, L. Evans, S. Tapp. Row 2 -M. Hasty, E. Snyder, K. Kern, 5. Parker, J. Patrick, R. Piatt, L. Chase, S. Baker, M. Dunham. The is awarded twice each year to girls who are eligible. ln order to win the the girl must have participated in at least nine sports in her four' years of high school. A girl must rate high in sportsmanship, leadership, fellowship, character, and participation. A W-girl is either a iunior or a senior. W-girls are voted on by members of the sports committee. Selections are made by secret ballot and are announced at the Girls' Sports night in the fall and spring of each school year. Z l IIUNIIOR HIGH SPORTS EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL Left to right: Seated - K. Bensley, T. Pope, A. Boeck- lin, T. Longwell H Banks T. Dri s U I - , gg , J. Ditslear. Standing - T. Gallant, H. Dawson, R. Clark, S. Buz- ard, Coach Tucker. 8TH GRADE FOOTBALL Left to right: Row I -H. Dawson, K. Bensley, R. Clark, S. Buzard, T. Fox, A. Boecklin, L. Hamilton, C. Fogle, K. Welch, C. Bachelor, J. Ballard, J. Lig: gett, T. Pope, H. Banks, J. Ross, L. Lowry. Row 3 - H. Welch, M. Hartnell, D. Davenport, E. Bills, R. T. Driggs, J. Wilson, F. Welsh. Row 2 -J. Kelley Dienst, T. Longwell, Mr. Tucker. 7TH GRADE BASKETBALL Left to right: Row 'I - K. Sanderson, B. Strimer, G. Pope, B. Lorish, J. Robinson, G. Buckingham, L. Sheets. Row 2 - W. Wilson, D. Bertram, J. Welch, C. Horn, T. Ackley. 7TH GRADE FOOTBALL Left to right: Row 1 - J. Brown, W. Wilson, J. Ack- ley, J. Dimon, D. Evans, C. Horn, J. Rapp, B. Lorish, K. Hall, G. Pope. Row 2 -T. Campbell, C. Ellis, R. Hall, B. Strimer, B. Cooke, M. Casey, L. Marlowe, J. Robinson. Row 3 - F. Colwell, T. Shaw, S. Coover, W. Sampson, G. Buckingham, K. Sanderson, Mr. Tucker. SPMNG SPORTS g First row: J. Dewey, G. Dewey, E.,Black, D. Hopkins, I. Dunton, . G. McDonald, B. Gallant, B. Duffy, .T.Fouts, J. Hilborn, R. Poulton, J. Holmes, Second row: B. Sampson, B. Johnson, L. Ross, M. Seidl, T. Heine- man, I. Talley, T. Rybolt, H. Rhodes, C. Geesman, L. Gongwer, B. Bossert, B. Ufferman. Two of the spring sports started out this year to defend their titles. The baseball team, coached by Len Visci, was at a disadvantage because of the loss of last year's seniors. John Talley and Larry Ross were the only two seniors on the squad. The diamond players had one goal --to have a third consecutive Central Buckeye League championship. all 2+ Mr. McC1oughan, J. Wickham, B. Roberts, J. Burns, B. Graham, G. Marburger, I. Elliott, C. Sheets, H. Stephenson, B. Burns, B. Wilson, B. Patrick, Mr. Cornwell. The tennis, again defending their C. B. L. title, had only one of their top men back-Bill who competed in district and state finals. The tennis team started their games on April l2 with Burns and Carleton Sheets, also playing singles. The doubles teams consisted of Bruce Burns, Landsittel, Bill Roberts, and Howie Stephenson. The tennis team is coached by Del Cornwell. First row: K. .Tackson M. Patrick S. Lowe T. Masters L. Hall G. Miller, D. Hill E. Giles L. Mills Second row: Mr. Tucker .T. Nibert G. Buckelew L. Miller L Williams, D. Mooney, A. Cavanie, G. Flourney, G. King, I. Jones K. Payne, B. Mackley, W. Carnes, not pictured: L. Hopper Willis has had many outstanding track members. Mr. Tucker, track coach, says that Jim Nibert is "the best distance runner Willis has had." Nibert was sixth in the state, has won the district mile, and holds the Community Field record and the Central Buckeye League record for the mile. Many of Willis's trackmen this year were new to the sport. L. Hause, R. Bonnette, T. Thomson, R. Hopper, R. Burrer A small group, and yet some mighty fine players, made up the golf team which was sponsored by Mr. McCloughan and coached by Mr. Lynn Bunnell. The golf team consisted of seniors Tommy Thomson, Ronald Bonnette, and Larry Hause. Bob Hopper and Ralph Burr also played for the golf team. The played all the Central Buckeye League teams and competed in the state tournament in Columbus May 8. SENIOR HISTORY jcontinuedj Homecoming was a terrific success, even though we didn't win the game. The floats were beautiful, the queen and her court looked very nice, and the post-game activities were loads of fun. The trips taken by the Problems of Democracy classes were few but fun. They included a trip to the local courthouse and the Columbus Police Department. The annual play of the year was "Time Out For Ginger!" Several members of the senior class had parts in this production. Christmas vacation found many pupils working diligently on the term papers required by POD and Senior English. The pupils took time out to go to the annual "Mistletoe Mix" on New Year's Eve and ring in l956. The end of the semester brought a series of tests including the Senior Scholarship test for the top forty percent of the class. At the beginning of the second semester, we felt that our high school days were too speedily drawing to a close. We tried to make up for lost time by studying lots harder and participating in as many functions as possible. The talent of the seniors was clearly evident in the activities of the Choral Ensemble. This group was invited to sing at numerous occasions-including two appearances on television. The selection of the operetta, "The Fortune Teller," by Victor Herbert gave another opportunity to show off talent. Finally came the big day of ordering our graduation invitations and name cards. We were measured for our caps and gowns which was another big thrill for us. On April T3, some of our class members were honored by being received into the National Honor Society. Also in the spring came the annual senior trip. ln the absence of Sherman Moist, Thomas Slasor acted as faculty advisor for the trip. He planned a new route which included sight seeing tours through Washington, D. C., a cruise on the Potomac and finally a stay in New York. While in New York we saw the Broadway productions "Pajama Game" and "Pipe Dream." We returned to Delaware for Easter and the group reported the trip to be a very enjoyable adventure. This year it was our turn to be the guests at the annual Junior-Senior banquet and prom which was held on May eighteenth. We could not help but remember all the work that we did last year for our treat to the seniors, and this made us enjoy the work of the juniors all the more. Following the Junior- Senior came the Senior All Night Party. It started at twelve o'clock with a snack followed by a movie in the Willis auditorium. After the movie the group enjoyed a second snack in the school courtyard. The snack period was followed by a short intermission during which all went home to change to play clothes. Next came the trip to Holiday Hill where we enjoyed square dancing, boat riding and breakfast. lt was a night of fun, dancing and laughter, a night to remember and one that will live forever in our memories. Traditions of Willis demand that this Junior-Senior be the last social event of the year, so therefore it was with a note of sadness that this night came to an end. The commencement activities of early June brought to a close a very busy year. Baccalaureate was held on June 3, a very impressive service. We turned in our textbooks and locks for the very last time, and on June 6, marching down the aisle of Gray Chapel, our high school days were officially over. With a trace of moisture in our eyes, we brought our high school careers to a close. The years have passed quickly. Now it is all past and we stand on the threshold of a beckoning world. We are preparing to step onto the crowded road of life and in doing so, we cannot help feeling full of sorrow and regret. We dare not dwell in the past, and may the members of the class always remember the lines from Longfellow's poem, "The Rainy Day": Be still sad heart and cease repining, Behind the clouds is the sun still shining. A,iiiWMMw Ei5"'5" , 'AE in K A 2 X 1 XL v v .iw wa, is 1 ? ww. HJISTURY OF THE SCHOULYIEAR SEPTEMBER School started. Back to the old grind First pep assembly. Preview game a o Dress-up day for Senior High. First assembly of the year. Assembly for seventh grade sponsored by W-Teens and Hi-Y Key Club. Second football ga.me - Marysville there. Willis won, lZ-7. Powder Puff football game. This girls' football game was sponsored by the Junior t C lumbus Central. Willis lost their quarters. Class. The Juniors won. Four girls from Willis reigned as queens at the Delaware County Fair. No school. Brown Jug Day. The Willis Band played at the races at fair. No school. Willis played Worthington at home. Score tied 6-6. Dance sponsored by cheerleaders. Student Chest Drive started. All school dress-up day. Individual pictures taken to be used for the Delhi. Pupils attended school until 11:30 a. m. They came back at 7:00 p. m. so the parents could observe the classes. First C. B. L. football game at Grandview. We lost Z0-0. Student Chest Campaign ended. Delhi subscription campaign started. Assembly. Mr. McCloughan gave a lecture and showed pictures of Australia. First morning worship service. Cast announced for "Time Out For Ginger. 2-7. Second C. B. L. game - Willis vs. Bexley at home. Dad's night. Willis won 1 Hi-Y sponsored dance after the game. Football team and Student Council nominate gir s o End of first six weeks. First movie of the year, "David and Bathsheba." No regular classes. Grades 10-12 had group counseling with representatives of dif- ferent colleges. This took place of our annual career day. Football game at Urbana. d ' l f r homecoming queen and court. Urbana won 44-0. Junior Classical League meeting. Pep Rally at Community Field - Arlington dummy was burnedg the coaches gave shor talks. Homecoming assembly in auditorium. Homecoming game - Willis vs. Arlington. Arlington won Z7-12. Big homecoming dance held in the gym after the game. During t d 'th a the intermission the queen was crowned and the queen and her court presen e wi minature football. Dance sponsored by W-Teens. United Nations Day - Our band marched in the para e orium assembly. Our Choral Ensemble sang "Getting to Know You." Magazine campaign started. Delhi group pictures taken for clubs and classroom shots. No school - teachers' convention in Columbus. Football game at Mr. Vernon. Mt. Vernon won 14-0. Seventh grade party in the gym. d . Panel discussion in the audit- NOVEMBER Carnival. PTA sponsored the dinner. Last home football game with Circleville. We won 35-29. Dance after game sponsored by the Majorettes. Senior high assembly. Our special guest gave a piano concert. Special senior high Veterans' Day assembly. Music furnished by a group of World War I and Il Veterans. Basketball practice began today. Opening day of hunting season. "Time Out For Ginger" given to junior high students. "Time Out For Ginger" gi ven to the public. Dance sponsored by the Sophomore Class. Y, iif 35 5. al 3, Y I ZZ Senior High Thanksgiving assembly. Z3 All school movie, "Ivanhoe." Last day of school before Thanksgiving vacation. 28 End of the second six weeks. Z9 Basketball game at Aquinas. 30 Report cards handed out. DECEMBER 1 W-Teen play night and potluck supper in the gym. 2 Basketball game - Willis vs. Worthington there. 3 W-Teen formal at Willis. The theme, "Santa's Workshop," was cleverly carried out. 6 Basketball game. Willis vs. Marysville in our gym. 7 Morning Worship Service in auditorium sponsored by Hi-Y Key Club. This fifteen minute service is held the first Wednesday in each month. 9 First C.B.L. basketball ga.rne postponed due to heavy snows and bad roads. 10 The 1955 Delhi Autograph Ball held in the gym. 13 High school assemblyg special basketball movie shown. 14 Christmas Concert by the choral music departmentg program in Willis auditorium. 16' Last day of school. Pre-vacation movie, Magnificent Obsession. Game with Upper Arlington - hereg the first C.B.L. game. Dance after game sponsored by Hi-Y. Christmas vacation starts today. 20 Columbus West Basketball game here. Z7 Basketball game with Big Walnut high school. We won. 30 Holiday Hop for the junior high. 31 Mistletoe Mix for the senior high. JANUARY 3 First day of school after vacation. Basketball game, Willis vs. Linden McKinley here. 4 Morning Worship Service in charge of Hi-Y Key Club. 5 Game with Mt. Vernon 6 French and Spanish classes celebrated Kings' Day. 9 Try-outs for talent show. 10 Senior high United Nations assembly program held in auditorium. The prograrn in charge of Hi-Y Key Club. 13 Unlucky day - Willis lost to Grandview 53-62 in Grandview gymnasium. Z0 Senior Scholarship Tests. Movie Battleground. Bexley vs. Willis here. Dance sponsored by Hi-Y. Z1 Academy vs. Willis here. ZZ Pupils from Willis appeared on television. A good job. Z3 No school - grading day for teachers. We had a "breathing spell." Z4 End of semester. Z5 Delhi pictures - a new semester started - lots of resolutions. ze Grade cards out. 27 Urbana here. Sophomore class sponsored the dance. 31 Band concert - lots of hard work and a good performance. FEBRUARY Z Ground Hog Day - "What, no shadow?" Los Oradoes Espanoles prepared and ate Mexican food. 3 Arlington there. 7 Columbus there. 9 Junior High Workshopg F.T.A. members taught junior high classes today. Casts were picked for "The Fortune Teller" and the play which is to be given at the National Thespian Convention in June. 10 Mt. Vernon - here. Dance after game sponsored by the Hi-Y and Key Club and featured the newly organized Willis High dance band in their first appearance. What a joyous occasion. The music was fine. 11 National Forensics League Debate tournament held at our school. Columbus North won the trophies, but Willis debaters turned in a good record. 14 Plenty of celebrating on Valentines' Dayg Cupid" was King. F.H.A. Mother-Daughter Banquet. 17 Grandview here. W-Teens had dance after the game. Those Sultans of Swing sure top those records! ZZ. No school. George Washington's birthday. 25 29 MARCH 2 6 7 8 17 19 22 24 26-30 APRIL Z 3 6 6-7 13 17 20 Zl 2.4 28 M.AY 2 3 6 9 15 18 ZZ 2.4 Z9 30 31 JUNE 3 5 6 7 "Leap Year Ball," sponsored by Junior class - the girls' big chance. "The big day came and went without any proposals." Better luck in '60, Charity movie. End of fourth six weeks period. Morning Worship Service: eight to eight fifteen in auditorium. F.F.A. banquet at Bun's V.l.C. banquet. "A real busy day" - Band Concert - Debate finals. Hi-Y and Key Club Formal. Final operetta rehearsals. Operetta "The Fortune Teller" given to public. Good performance. Senior trip. - Spring vacation. Back for more of the same. Easter Ball - Willis Choral Ensemble furnished intermission music. National Honor Society. Ohio District Key Club Convention, Dayton. Willis Choral Ensemble sang. Future Homemakers of America Dance. Future Teachers visited the Deaf School in Columbus. French and Spanish Clubs held the bi-annual Mardi Gras. Junior High Dance. End of fifth six weeks. W-Teen Spring Dance. Lots of fun. B. I. E. Day for seniors - sponsored by business men of our town - gave the seniors an opportunity to learn more about the industries of the city. Latin Club Banquet - fWowl those slaves., Band's annual spring concert. Congratulations to Mr. Ross and Mr. Smith for another fine production. C. B. L. track meet at Ohio Wesleyan. Industrial Arts open house. Track relays at Arlington. The Junior-Senior Banquet and prom. Following the prom the seniors had their annual all-night party which ended with games and breakfast at Holiday Hillg. this climaxed the social events of the year. The seniors received their invitations and name cards. Senior High Awards assembly - many seniors made the long walk up the aisle to re- ceive their final awards. Installation of new officers in W-Teens with the traditional exchange of roses. Junior High awards assembly. DELHI autograph ballg many pleasant memories linger with your signature. Marching rehearsals for baccalaureate and commencement began for seniors today. For a number of years we had heard the music "Pomp and Circumstance," now we have marched to its rhythm. Baccalaureate services held at Gray Chapel this evening. All school movie. Many seniors returned as guests for this last movie. Marching practice at Willis in the morning, at Gray Chapel in the evening. The Big Day! Senior breakfast at Bu.n's Colonial Room at nine o'clock. Commencement at Gray Chapel at eight. A very impressive occasion. All pupils returned today for grade cards. The seniors were not nearly so elated about leaving as they thought they might be. "When lififs cares shall have enthralled us Our hearts' will wander bachf, F1 W , We tw Ld is , J 5' as A , 4 ,QU umm Q3 3 "' Q :H 9 K - 'Q ,. i 'Ky' ,,. 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