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

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Nor'I'hwes1'ern Universiiy Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy Superinrendeni of Delaware Ci'l'y Schools Carl L. Hopkins will always be well known for his kindness and friendship 'iowa rd 'ihe members of fhe reaching siaff and 'lhe srudenrs. Mr. Hopkins has been wiih ihe Delaware Ciry School s s'l'em for a number of years, fwelve of which he served' as 'Principal of Willis. Mr. Hopkins has been an acfive member and leader in Delaware Civic organizaiions as well as a number of professional organizafions of Ohio Schools during ihe pasf several years. L MISS DOROTHY WHITTED Simson College. B. A. Ohio S1'a'I'e Universiiy. M. A. Supervisor of lnsfrucfion Senior English and Liferaiure V American Liferaiure Doroihy Whi'Hed's major responsibiliiy is ihai of arficulaiing 1-he course of siudy in all fhe ci'I'y schools. Since I933 she has been an insfrucior in The deparfmeni' of educafion a+ Ohio Wesleyan Universify. She has iusi' complefed a fhree-year 'I'erm on +he High School Secfion CommiH'ee of 'Phe Nafional Council of Teachers of Eng- lish. She sfill reaches fhe 'l'wo advanced liieraiure courses and 'I'he English course for college preparalory seniors. 6. MR. THOMAS D. GRAHAM Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy, B. A., M. A. Principal Thomas D. Graham was elecfed fo 'ihis posifion in 1-he summer of l955. Up +o 'Thai' fime Mr. Graham had been a feacher in ihe Willis science deparimenf for 'l'wen1'y-five years. He has been an ins+ruc'l'or in 'lhe de- parfmeni' of educa+ion a+ Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy since I943. For a number of years he served as a delega+e of +he Delaware Ciiy Teachers Associa+ion +o +he Ohio Educaiion Associaiion meefings. MR. LEONARD A. VISCI Miami Universi'I'y, B. A. Ohio S'l'a+e Universi'I'y, M. A. V Assisfani' Principal Junior High Supervisor Audio-Visual Supervisor Leonard Visci was iusi' recenily elecfed assisiani' principal. He became bo+h iunior high supervisor and audio-visual supervisor in I955. He succeeded Thomas Graham in 'ihe audio-visual work. Prior io I955 Mr. Visci had been assisiani' principal of 'l'he junior high, and unfil ihis year he was a member of +he aihleiic deparimeni ai' Willis. 7 . '- -.ag Firsf row: MRS. A. B. ALBERTSON-Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A. - Junior Mafhemaiics. MR. WILLIAM APEL - Ohio Wesleyan Universily. B. A.-Junior High Science, Social Sfudies - Head Baseball Coach. MRS..JACK BARGER-Concord College, B. S. - English Lileralure. Second row: MISS OLATHA BENSON-Bliss College, B. S. in Educafionz Universiiy of Cincinnalig Miami Universiiy - Business Educaiiong Bookkeeping, General Business, Delhi Advisor. MR. C. E. BEOUGHER - Ohio Siale Universily, B. S. and M. 5.17 Willenbergg Colorado A. and M.: Michigan Sfafe - Vocaiional Agricullure. MR. DALE BOWMAN - Kenl Slafe Universily, B. S. and M. S.: Lincoln Eleciric Welding School- Slouf Insfi'I'ule-Co-ordinalor 'For Diversified Co-operalive Training Program. Third row: MISS DOROTHY K. BUSSARD - Ohio Wesleyan Universily. B. A. and M. A.: Ohio S+a+e Universiry - Modern Languages. MR. DELMAR CORNWELL-Muskingum College, B. A. - Driver Training, Physical Educafion, Inlramural Direclor. Head Baslrefball Coach, Tennis Coach. MRS. JERALD CORY - Ohio Wes- Ieyan Universify, B. A.-Home Economics, Eighfh Grade Core. Fourlh row: MR. RICHARD COYLE-Ohio Siaie Universiry, B. S.-Health and Physical Educafion, Head Foolball Coach. MR. KENNETH B. CREASY-Ohio Wesleyan Universify. B. A. -Social Siu ies. Firsl' row: MRS. MAROX Y. DUNTON-Ohio Wesleyan Universily, B. A.: Bliss College, B. S. - Business Educalion, Office Machines, Business English. MRS. EARL E. EVANS-Ohio Wesleyan Universily, B. A. - Lalin, English, Forensics. MR. RAY- MOND F. FELTS-Ohio Wesleyan Universily, B. A. and M. A.: Ohio Slefe Universily-Malhemafics: Algebra l, ll. and lll, Plane and Solid Geomelry, Trigonomeiry, Facully Manager of Alhlelics, School Treasurer. Second row: MRS. THEODORE B. FROHNER-Ohio Slale Universily, B. S.-Eighrh Grade Ma'l'hema'l'ics. MR. THEODORE B. FROHNER - Ohio Sfale Uni- versiiy, B. S. and M. A.: Universily of Washinglon-Social Sfudies. MR. RAYMOND D. GROSS-Ohio Norfhern Universify, B. S.: Ohio S+a're Universify-General Business Melhods, Commercial Marhemafics. Third row: MISS HORTENSE HARTER- Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A.: Ohio Siale Universify-Ninlh Grade English. MRS. N. S. HEARN-Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versiiy, A. B.-English, Speech, Dramalics. MRS. MARY S. HUBBARD - Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A.: Wesrern Reserve Universiry, B. S. in L. S.-Librarian. Fourlh row: MRS.,PAUL HULBERT-Miami Universify, B. A.-Home Economics. MR. KENNETH B. JENKINS-Ohio Universily, B. S.-lnslrumenral Music. '9 1 f.. Firsi' row: MR. PAUL KELLER-Ohio Wesleyan Universify: Ohio Universily, .B. S.-Junior High Malhemafics. MRS. FLOYD KLAMFOTH-Ohio Wesleyan Universilyg Ohio Universily, B. S. - Business Educafion, Shorlhand I and Il, Typing I, ll, ancl III. MRS. JOHN H. McMlNN - Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A.: Ohio S'l'a+e Universii-y, M. A.-Junior High Social Siudies and Language Arls. MR. RAYMOND R. MIDDLETON-Ohio S+a+e Universiiy, B. A.-Junior High Social S+udies and Science, Ninlh Grade General Science-Junior Hi'gh Foofball Coach. MR. SHERMAN P. MOIST-Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy, B. A.: Universiry of Michigan, M. A.-Problems of Democracy, World Hisfory. MRS. CHESTER PATINGALE-Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versify, B. A.: Ohio S+a+e Universiiy, M. A.: Cleveland Ari School: lnfernafional School of Ari, Mexico: Universiiy of Guafe- malaz John Herron Ari' School-Ari. Third row: MISS ELIZA PLUM-Ohio Universify, B. S.: Columbia Universi'l'y-Choral Music. MISS CAROLYN POLLOCK-Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A.: Columbia Universify: Ohio S'Ia'I'e Universiiy-Junior and Senior High Science.. MISS HELEN RODEFER - Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy, A. B.-Junior High Science and Social Science. Fourlh row: MRS. WALTER L. ROOF-Ohio Wesleyan Universily, B. A. and M. A.: Wesfern Reserve-Junior High Language Ar'l's. MR. EUGENE ROSS-Ohio Wesleyan Universiiy, B. A.: Ohio Sfafe Universi'I'y, M. A.-Inslrumenfal Music in Delaware Ci+y Schools. I0 I Firsi' row: MR. THOMAS F. SLASOR-Ohio Sfare Universily. B. S.: Universiiy of Housion - Physics, Chemisfry, Science, Biology. MRS. PHILLIP STANGER-S'la+e Teachers College, Mon+clair, New Jersey, A. B .: Ohio Wesleyan Universiry, M. A. -Junior High Science, Biology. MR. D. E. THOMAS-Heidelberg College, B. S.: Ohio Sfafe Universify-Algebra I, General Mafhemaiics. Second row: MISS PEARLE L. WELLS-Ohio Wesleyan Universiry, B. A.: Ohio Siafe Universify-Healfh and Physical Educafion. MRS. DONALD ZERBE-Ohio Sfale Universiiy: Ohio Wesleyan Universily, B. A.-Junior High Social Sfudies. MRS. CAROLYN ZIMMERMAN-Ohio Wesleyan Universify, B. A.-Junior English, Junior High Social Siudies and Language Arts. Mrs. Homer H. Wyss Miss Mary Frances Marks Mrs. Raney E. Wynlcoop Secre+ary, Principal Secreiary, Superiniendenf AH-elndance, Cafeferia BOARD OE EDUCATION Mr. Humes, Mr. Peebles. Mr. Kissner, Mr. Law, Mrs. Virfue, Mr. Hopkins This year's board of educaTion was made up oT Tive members serving Tour years each. The presidenT was Mr. Paul Kissner: The vice-presidenT. Mr. Merle Law: clerk, Mrs. K. C. VirTue. The members were Mr. Harry I-lumes, Mrs. Charles E. Peebles. and Mr. George GauThier. The board's duTies were To govern The spending oT school money and supervise The running oT The ciTy schools. This board TormulaTed policies Tor The public school sysTem. approved The pla ns oT The several school adminisTraTions, evaluaTed policies and pracTices. and selecTed The superinTendenT of schools. TEACHERS' EXECUTIVE COMMTTTEE Lefi fo riglrh Mr. Graham, Miss Wells, Miss Benson, Miss Plum. Mrs. Paiingale, Miss Harfer, Miss WhiTTed, Mr. FelTs The Teachers' ExecuTive CommiTTee serves as an advisory group To The adminisTraTion, TaculTy. and The sTudenT body. This commiTTee is chosen by The school TacuITy. The members oT This commiTTee meT such problems as sTandards of achievement The role oT The sTu- denT council, assemblies, chariTy drives. semesTer examinaTions, and caTeTeria problems arising Trom The large enrollmenT of The school. The commiTTee consisTed oT nine members. Mr. Thomas Graham, Mr. Leonard Visci, and Miss Doro- Thy WhiTTed served as ex officio members. and Mrs. ChesTer PaTingale. Miss l-lorTense l-larTer and Miss Pearle Wells were elecTed aT The beginning oT This school year Tor a Two-year Term. Miss OlaTha Benson, Mr. Raymond' FelTs and Miss Eliza Plum are all now serving Their second year. The commiTTee meeTs The TirsT and Third Mondays oT each monTh. .2 II-HGH SCCHUUL STUDENTS SIENIIOIRS ED BIGONY BILL BOSSERT CAROL BROWN r MOLLIE CAMPBELL JON CARNES TERRY CARNES JERRY ALLEN FRANCES ALTER PAT BACHELOR DIXIE BUMP DON BURDETTE RALPI-I BURRER 3 . I4 , I NANCY CLIPSON MERILYN COURTER BARBARA CULVER NELSON DAVENPORT JOHN DEWEY LINDA DICKEY SIENJIORS BILL CUNNINGHAM CAROL DALTON JEFF DANISON SANDY ESPENSI-IIED KAY EVANS DONAOENE FERGUSON SIENIIOIRS CLORABELLE GALE DICK GALE MYRIAM GEARY CAROL GREGORY JUDY GREY BILL GROSS DAVE FIANT JIM FOUTS BARBARA GALE CHRIS GEESMAN PAUL GECDRGE ALICE GRAYSON RUTH HAGAR NAOMI HARRIS DICK HARTER JACK HOUSEHOLDER KEN JACKSON SHARLENE JACKSON SIENIIOIRS MAURICE HARTLEY PAT HICKOK BOB HOPPER JOHN JEWETT HAZEL JOHNSON LINDA JOHNSON SIENIIORS BOB JONES FOSTEIN JORDAN JIM KLAMFOTH HARRY MAGGARD BOB MAXWELL MARTHA McINTIRE BOB JOHNSON JUDY JONES NANCY JONES NANCY KNIGHT DAGNIJA LAZDINS KEN LOBDELL ,, JANE MELVIN JOHN MERRILL SHIRLEY MITCHELL STEVE PATRICK BILL PHILPUT JUDY POPE SIENIIOIRS JOHN MORRIS FREIDA NOLAND DON PATRICK DORIS RAMSEY BETTY ROBBINS ANGELINE ROSS SIENIIOIRS SHELDA SHACKELFORD CARLETON SHEETS SUE SIMPSON DAVE TOMPKINS PEGGY TOSSEY SHARON TROUT MARGARET SAMUELS ROGER SCHULTS MICKEY SEIDL ALICE SMITH FRANCES SMITH PAT THOMAS VAUOHN WARD BOB WELCH NANCY WICKHAM SIENIIORS GLEN WOOD BILL YANT PAULINE YOST NOT PICTURED CARL CLAPHAN WESLEY HERRELL JIM NIBERT HARRY RHODES PHYLLIS WALDEN The Delhi staff wishes to express its sympathy to the family of Barbara Cunning- - ham Uovrett who died during her senior year. 2I SIENIORS' ACTIVITIES ALLEN, JERRY CLARK-Sludenl Council, V. Pres. 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, V. Pres. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2: Foolball I, Mgr. 2: Baskelball I: Lalin Club I, Pres. 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 4, V. Pres. 3: Delhi Slall 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Oul For Ginger" 3, "Forlune Teller" 3: "Divine FIora" 4: "Harvey" 2: "Caine Muliny" 4: N. F. L. 3, 4: Rec. Cenler Com. I: Jr. Class Exec. Com.: Slage Crew 2, 3: Bucke e Bo s' Slale 4: Sr. Class Pres.: "Sunday Cosls lnve I!esos" 4: Nalional Honor Sociely. ALTER, FRANCES ELLEN-Sludenl Council 4: W- Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, Pres 4: Senior Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls' Triple Trio 4: Lalin Club I, 2: French Club 4, Pres. 3: Delhi Slalf 4: Thespians 4: "Time Oul For Ginger" 3: "Mikado" 2: "Forlune TeIIer" 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Harvey" 2: Jr. Class Vice Pres.: Cheerleader 3, 4, Capl. 2: Homecoming Courl 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling 4: Junior Co-eds: Senior Class Com.: "Sunday Cosls Five Pesos" 4: Nalional Honor Sociely. BACHELOR, PATRICIA JO-W-Teens 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Baskelball 2: Girls' Tennis 3: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3. BIGONY, EDWARD ALLAN-Sludenl Council 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Track 2: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Slall 4: Thespians 3, V. Pres. 4: "Time Oul For Ginger" Crew, "Mikado" Crew 3: "For+une TelIer" Crew 3: "Divine Flora" Crew 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: "Caine Muliny" 4: One-Acl-Plays I: All-Ohio Boys' Band I: Buckeye Boys' Slale 4: Senior Class Com. BOSSERT, WILLIAM WALLACE-Sludenl Council 4: F. T. A. 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2: D-Clan 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3: Tennis 4: Baseball 2, 3: Lalin Club 2, V. Pres. I: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 3, 4, Sec. 2: Delhi Slalf 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: One- Acl-Plays 2: N. F. L. I, 3, V. Pres 2, Pres. 4: Boolh Crew I, 2, 3: Junior Class Treas.: lnlramurals 4: Debale I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Commillee. BROWN, CAROL ANNE - Transferred from Co- lumbus Linden-McKinley 3: W-Teens 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: Popular Music Club 4. BUMP, DIXIE LOUISE-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: French Club I, 2: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3. EURDETTE, DONALD FRANKLIN-F. F. A. I, 2. , 4: Popular Music Club 2, Shullerbugs I: F. F. A. Parliamenlary Team 3, 4: F. F. A. Rep. 2: F. F. A. Baskelball 4. BURRER. RALPH HENRY-Golf 3, 4. CAMPBELL, Moms LAUERN-W-Teens 1, 2, 4: Band I, 2, 4: Senior Chorus I: Popular Music Club I, 2, 4: Spanish Club I, 2: "Mikado" I: One-Acl- Plays I: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 4, Girls' Tennis I, 2, 4: Girls' Baseball l, 4: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 4: Girls' Bowling 2. CARNES, JON DAVID-Senior Choir 3, 4: Sen- ior Chorus I, 2: Boys' Oclelle 4: Scoreboard Crew 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: "Mikado" 2: "Fon-Iune TelIer" 3: "Caine Muliny" 4: One-Acl-Plays 2: Shullerbugs Sec.- Treas. 3, Pres. 4: Induslrial Arls Club 4, Sec.- Treas 3. CARNES, TERRENCE GRINTON-Senior Choir 2, 3: Senior Chorus 4: Lalin Club I, 2: "Mikado" 2: "For-lune Teller" 3: N. F. L. I. CLAPHAN, CARL LAWRENCE - D-Clan 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Track I: "Caine Muliny" 4: Induslrial Arls Club 2. CLIPSON, NANCY ELIZABETH - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. I, 2, 3, Sec. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus I, 2: Girls' Tri le Trio 4: Maior-Minor Music Club 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Delhi Slall 4: "Time Oul 'lor Gin- ger" Crew 3: "Mikado" 2: "Forlune TelIer" 3: "Di- vine FIora" 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: Rec. Cenler Com. 2: Gazelle Edilorial Board 4: Cheerleader 2: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Volle ball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: Nalional' Honor Sociely. COURTER, MERILYN JEAN-Sludenl Council 4: W-Teens 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, Pres. 4: Pep Club 4. CULVER, BARBARA ELAINE--W-Teens I, 2, 3: W- Teen Spor-ls Com. 2, 3, Chr. 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 4, Parlimenlarian 3: Girls' Golf 4: French Club I, 2: Delhi Slall 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 3, 4, Caplain 2: Girls' Baseball I, 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Com. CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM FRANK-Foolball I, 2: Baskelball I: Track I. DALTON, CAROL LEE - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4 : F. H. A. I, 2, 3, Treas. 4: Pep Club 4: Sewing Club I: Cooking Club I. DANISON, JEFFERY LYNN-F. T. A. 2, 3: Score- board Crew 3: Lalin Club I, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Slall 4: Rec. Cenler Com. V. Pres. 4. DAVENPORT, NELSON EUGENE-D. C. T. Ser- geanl-al-arms 4: Foolball 2: Induslrial Arls Club I, 2, 3: Shullerbugs I, 2, 3. DEWEY, JOHN EDWIN-D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4: Fool- ball 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: N. F. L. I: Buckeye Boys' Slale 4: Senior Class Com. Chr., Nalional Honor Sociely. DICKEY, LINDA ANN IHANBYE-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: French Clu Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4: Delhi Slafl 4: Girls' Baskelball I, Z: Girls' Volley- ball I, 2: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3. ESPENSHIED, SANDRA LEE - Sludenl Council I, 3: W-Teens I, 2, 3, Program Chr. 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4 : F. H. A. 2: Senior Choir 4: Senior Chorus I: French Club I: Spanish Club 2, 3: Delhi Slalf 4: Thespians 3, Treas. 4: "Time Oul for Ginger" 3: "Mikado" 3, Crew: "Forlune Teller" Crew 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Caine Muliny" 4: N. F. L. 4: Rec. Cenler Com. I, 3: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Cheerleader I, 2: Homecoming Courl 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Tennis I: Girls' Baseball I: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowl- ing I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Golf 4: Senior Class Com. EVANS, MARILYN KAY-W-Teens I, 2, 3, Treas. 4: F. T. A. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus I, 2: Major-Minor Music Club I, 2, 4, Pres. 3: Lalin Club I, V. Pres. 2: Delhi Slalf 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Mikado" 2: "Forlune Teller" 3: "Divine Flora" 4, Crew: "Harvey" Crew 2: N. F. L. I, 2, Sec. 3, 4: Girls' Baskelball 2, 3: Girls' Volley- ball 3: Girls' Bowlin I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Co-Eds: Willis Review 2: Buckeye Girls' Slale 3: Nalional Honor Sociely. FERGUSON, DONAGENE - W-Teens I, 2, 3, Bullelin Board Chr. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band I, 2, 3: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus I, 2 : Maior- Minor Music Club 3: Lalin Club I, 2: Delhi Slall 4: "Mikado" 2: "Forlune Teller" 3: Girls' Bowling 2, 3, 4: Junior Co-eds. FIANT, DAVID LEROY-Induslrial Arls Club I, 2: Shullerbugs I. FOUTS, ALVAH JAMES-F. F. A. Treas. 2. 3. 4: D-Clan 2, 3, 4: Foolball 2, 3, Co-Caplain 4: Base- ball 2, 3: Track 2: Key Club 2, 4: Hi-Y 2, 4: "Caine Muliny" 4. GALE, BARBARA LOUISE - W-Teens, I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 4, Hislorian 3: Po ular Music Club I, 2, 4: Delhi Slalf 4: Rec. Cenler Com. Sec. 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 4: Girls' Baseball 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2: Girls' Bowling I, 2: Pep Club 4: Sewing Club I: Cooking Club I. GALE, CLORABELLE-W-Teens 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 2, 3, 4: Popular Music Club I, 2: Girls' Baskelball 2: Girls' Volleyball 3: Girls' Bowling 2: Pep Cub 4. GALE, HAROLD RICHARD-Popular Music Club 2: D-Clan 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I: Track I: Spanish Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Rec. Cenler Com. I: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Homecoming Escorl 4: Senior Class Commillee. GEARY, MYRIAM IPLACEI--W-Teens, I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3: F. H. A. I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Chorus I, 2: Popular Music Club I: Lalin Club 2, V. Pres. I: Spanish Club 3, 4: "Mikado" 2: "Forlune TeIler" 3: Girls' Baskelball I, 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3: Girls' Bowling I, 2: Pep Club 4. 22 GEESMAN. CHRISTOPHER STERLING-F. T. A. 3: Popular Music Club I: D-Clan 2, 3, 4: Foolball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Baseball I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Slafl 4: N. F. L. 4: Rec. Cenler Com. 2: Senior Class Com.: Homecoming Escorl 4. GEORGE, PAUL LEVI-Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I. 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Oul for Ginger" Crew 3: "Forlune Teller" Crew 3: "Divine FIora" Crew 4: "Caine Muliny" Crew 4: Slage Crew 2, 3, 4: Delhi Slall 4. GRAYSON, ALICE LEE-Transferred from Balli- more, Maryland 4: W-Teens 4: F. T. A. 4: F. H. A. 4: French Club 4: Delhi Slaff 4: Thespians 4: "Di- vine FIora" 4: "Caine Muliny" Crew 4: Girls' Bag. Icelball 4: Girls' Baseball 4: Girls' Bowling 4. GREGORY, CAROL IDOUBIKINI-Sludenl Coun- cil 3: W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2, 4, Pres. 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2: Senior Choir 4: Delhi Slall 4: "Forlune Teller" 3: Rec. Cenler Com. 2: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Volleyball I, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, Caplain 2, 3: Girls' Glee Club 3: F. H. A. Counly Pres. 3. GREY, JUDITH JO-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2: Major-Minor Music Club 4: Lalin Club'2, Treas. I: Spanish Club 3, Sec. 4: Delhi Slall 4: "Mikado" 2: "For-lune Teller" 3: "Harvey" Crew 2: Girls' Baskelball I: Girls' Volleyball I, 2: Senior Class Commillee. GROSS, WILLIAM DEAN - Sludenl Council 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 3, Pres. 4: "Time Oul' for Ginger" Crew 3: "Mikado" Crew 2: "Forlune Teller" Crew 3: "Divine Flora" Crew 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: One-Acl-Plays 2: Boolh Crew 3, 4: Slage Crew 3, 4. HAGAR, RUTH ANN - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. I, 2: Senior Choir 4: Senior Chorus 3, 4: Popular Music Club I, 4: Spanish Club 2, 4: "Mi- kado" 2: "For-lune TeIIer" 3: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Baseball 4: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling 4: Pep Club 4. HARRIS, NAOMI AMELIA-Sludenl' Council 4: W-Teens I, 2, 3, Pres. 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 4: Maior-Minor Music Club 4: French Club I, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4, Social Chr. 3: Delhi Slall 4: "Time Oul lor Ginger" Crew 4: "Mikado" Crew 2: "Forlune Teller" 4: "Divine FIora" 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: Gazelle Edilorial Board 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Baseball 4: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3: Nalional Honor Sociely. HARTER, RICHARD EDWARD-Senior Chorus 3: Popular Music Club I, 2: D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4: Fool- ball Mgr. I, 2, 3: Baskelball Mgr. 2: Track 3: In- duslrial Arls Club I, 2, 3: Shullerbugs 2, 3. HARTLEY, MAURICE-Transferred from Newark High School 3: D-Clan 4: Foolball 4: Key Club 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnlramurals 4. HERRELL, WESLEY-Popular Music Club 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Induslrial Arls Club 2, 3, 4: Shuller- bugs 3, 4. HICKOK, PATRICIA ANN - Transferred from Galion 4: W-Teens 4: F. H. A. 4: Spanish Club 4. HOPPER, ROBERT LEROY -- Sludenl Council 4: Band I, 2: Pep Band 2: Senior Choir 4: Boys' Oc- lelle 4: D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball I, 3: Baskelball I., 2: Tennis 2: Golf I, 3, 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 3, 4, Sec. 2: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Pres. 4: "Time Oul for Ginger" Crew 3: "Caine Muliny" 4: One- Aol-Plays 4: Rec. Cenler Com. 4: Debale I: Home- coming Escorl: Senior Class Commilrlee: lnlramurals 4: Baskelball Slalislician 4. , HOUSEHOLDER, JOHN WESLEY - Transferred from Bradenlon, Florida 4: Band 4: Pep Band 4: Key Club 4: Hi-Y 4: "Divine Flora" Crew 4. JACKSON, KENNETH ROBERT, Jr.-D-Clan 4: Foolball 4, Mgr. 2: Track 3, 4, Mgr. I, 2: S anish Club 2, 4: Key Club 2, 3, Ll. Governor 4: I'li-Y 2, 3, 4: Delhi Slall 4: Youlh 'For Chrisl Club 2, 3, Re- porler 4: Shullerbugs I, 2: Induslrial Arls Club I, 2, 3: lnlramurals 4. JACKSON, SHARLENE RAE - Transferred from Sciolo Valley 3: W-Teens 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: Band 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Senior Class Commiirlee. JEWETT, JOHN ARTHUR-Band I, 2, 3, 4: Laiin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Sfaff 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Our for Gin- ger" 3: "Mikado" 2: "ForI'une Teller" 3: "Divine FIora" 4: "Caine Mu+iny" 4: One-Ac?-Plays 4: ln- dusirial Arls Club I: Senior Class Commifiee 4. JOHNSON, HAZEL MAE-Transferred from Elm Valley 3: W-Teens 3, 4: F. H. A. 3, Parlimenfarian and Merii' of Award 4: French Club 3: Delhi Staff 4. JOHNSON, LINDA JANE-W-Teens I, 2, 3, So- cial Chr. 4: W-Teen Sporfs Com. 2, 3, 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2: Senior Choir 4: Laiin Club I, 2: Delhi Sfaff 4: "Mikado" Crew 2: "ForI'une Teller" 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Harvey" Crew 2: N. F. L. I: Rec. Cenier Corn. Pres. 4: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Gazelle Ediforial Board 4: Girls' Baskefball 2, 3, 4, Capf. I: Girls' Tennis I: Girls' Baseball 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 4, Capt 3: Girls' Glee Club 3: Pep Club 4: Senior Class Com- millee Chr.: Junior Co-eds. JOHNSON, ROBERT NELSON - F. F. A. I, 2, Vice-Pres. 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 3: Boys' Oclelle 4: D-Clan 2, 3, 4: Baskeiball I, 2 , 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Scoreboard Crew I, 2, 3, 4: Key Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Siaff 4: "Mikado" 2: "ForIune Teller" 3: "Divine Flora" 3: "Harvey" Crew 2: "Caine Mufiny" 4: Rec. Cen- fer Com. 3: Senior Class Treas.: Homecoming Escorl 4. JONES, JUDITH LEE-Sludenf Body Sec. 4: W- Teens I, 2. 3, 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Malorelle I: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2, Gir s' Triple Trio 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Delhi Sfaff 4: "Time Oul for Ginger" Crew 3: "Mikado" 2: "For- Iune TeIIer" 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Harvey" Crew I: Rec. Cen-ler Com. I: Gazelle Edi'l'oriaI Board 4: Cheerleader 2, 3, Capf. 4: Homecoming Couri' 4: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Baseball 2: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 4, Cap-I-. 3: Junior Co-eds: Nalional Honor Sociely. JONES, NANCY LYNN - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Laiin Club I, 2: Delhi Sfaff 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4. JONES, ROBERT EUGENE - Baskelball I: Boofh grew34LShuHerbugs 2, 3, 4: lndusfrial Arfs Club 2, ec. . . JORDAN, FOSTEIN - Popular Music Club 2, 4: Rec. Cenfer Com. 3: Indus-Irial Ar'I's Club I, 2, 3, 4: Shui-Ierbugs 2, 4. KLAMFOTH, JAMES GILLETI'-Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Maior-Minor Music Club 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: All-Ohio Boys' Band I, 2, 3, 4. KNIGHT, NANCY ELAINE-W-Teens I: F. H. A. 2, 3, Sec. 4: Laiin Club I, 2. LAZDINS, DAGNIJA-Transferred from Erie, Pa. 4. LOBDELL, KENNETH RAY - Spanish Club 2, 31 Delhi Slaff 4: Booih Crew 4: lndusirial Arrs Club I, 2, 3, 4: Shullerbugs 4: Prinf Crew 4, Vice-Pres. 3: Radio Club 2, 3. MAGGARD, VOLLIE HARRISON-D. C. T. Pres. 4: Senior Choir 3: D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4: Foofball I, 2, 3, 4: Baskelball I: Track I: "Mikado" 2: lndusirial Arls Club I, 2, 3. MAXWELL, ROBERT ALLISON-Siudenf Council 3, 4: Lalin Club Vice-Pres. I, Pres. 2: Key Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4: Ke Club lnlernafional Trus- 'ree 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Delhi Sfaff Business Mgr. 4: Thespians 2, 3, 4: "Time Ouf for Ginger" 3: "Mi- kado" Crew 2: "Forfune Teller" Bus. Mgr. 3: "Di- vine'Flora" Bus. Mgr. 4: "Harvey" 2: "Caine Mu- +iny" 4: One-Acl'-Plays I: N. F. L. I, 3, 4: J. C. L. Slate Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3: J. C. L. Na+'I. Pres. 4: Nafional Honor Socieiy. McINTIRE, MARTHA LOUISE - W-Teens I: FH. A. 4. SIENIORS' MELVIN, MARTHA JANE-Sfudeni Council 3, 4: W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens Sporls Com. 3, 4: "W" Girls 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Senior Chorus I, 2: Lafin Club 'l, 2: Spanish Club Vice-Pres. 3, Soc. Chr. 4: Delhi Siaff 4: "Mikado" 2: Rec. Cenfer Com. I, Sec. 3: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Cheer- leader 2: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, Capf. 4: Girls' Baseball 4: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowl- ing I, 2: Pep Club 4: Nalional Honor Sociely. MERRILL, JOHN RAYMOND-Sludenf Council 4: F. T. A: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Siaff, Edifor 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Ouf for Ginger" 3: "Mikado" 2: "For'rune Telfer," S+uden+ Dir. 3: "Divine FIora" 4: "Harvey" 2: "Caine Mufiny" 4: N. F. L. I, 2, 3, 4: Rec. Cenier Com. 3: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Gazelle Edilorial Board 4: Na- Iional Honor Sociely. MITCHELL, SHIRLEY EILEEN-+W-Teens 3, 4: "W" Girls 4: Popular Music Club 4: Spanish Club I: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 4: Capl. 3: Girls' Tennis 2, 3: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4. MORRIS, JOHN FRANKLIN-Sludenf Council 4: D-Clan 2, 3, Pres. 4: Foofball I, 2, 3: Lalin Club I, 2: Key Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Oul for Ginger" -Slage Mgr. 3: "For'rune TeIler" 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Caine Mulin " Slage Mgr. 4: One-Acl-Plays 4: Rec. Cenfer Com. 2, 3: Siage Crew 3, 4. NIBERT, JAMES-Senior Choir 4: Senior Chorus I, 2, 3: Boys' Ocleffe 4: D-Clan I, 2, 3, 4: Track I, 2, gl 'LMika5lo" 3: "ForIune TeIler" 2: lnduslrial Ar+s u , . NOLAND, FREIDA IMAXEYI - Transferred from Plain Cify 3: W-Teens 4. PATRICK, DONALD GERALD - Foolball I, 2: Baskelball I: Spanish Club 2, 3: lnduslrial Arfs Club I, 2, 3, 4: Prini' Crew I, 2, 3: Radio Club 3, 4. PATRICK, STEPHEN EUGENE - S+uden'I Council 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2: Boys' Oclelle 3, 4: Popular Music Club I: Foolball I, 2: Spanish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2. 3- 4? "Mikado" 2: 'Foriune TelIer" 3: "Caine Mu+iny" 4: Rec. Cenler Com. Vice-Pres. 3: Senior Class Commi'Hee. PHILPUT, WILLIAM HUGH - Transferred from Big Walnuf I: D. C. T. Treas. 4: Senior Chorus 2: "Mikado" 2. POPE, JUDITH MAE - Transferred from Skoki, Ill. 2: Siudenl Council 4: W-Teens 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, Sec. Treas. 4: Delhi S'I'aff 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Our for Gin- ger" Crew 3: "Mikado" 2: "For-Iune Teller" 3: "Di- vine Flora" Crew 4: Homecoming Couri' 4: Girls' Baskefball 2: Girls' Volleyball 3: Girls' Bowling 2: Senior Class Commifiee: Pep Club Chr. 4. RAMSEY, DORIS ANN-F. H. A. I. 2. 3. 47 Span- ish Club 2, 3. RHODES, HARRY EUGENE-Popular Music Club I, 2: D-Clan 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 3: Key Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Baskefball I, 2, 3, Capt 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4. ROBBINS, ELIZABETH ANN - W-Teens I, 2, 3, Sec. 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 41 Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2: Maier-Minor Music Club 4: Lafin Club I, 2: Delhi Slaff: "Time Oul' for Ginger" Crew 3: "Mikado" Crew 2: "For-Iune Teller" Crew 3: "Harvey" Crew 2: Junior Class Sec.: Cheerleader 2, 4, Co-caplain 3: Homecom- ing Queen 4: Girls' Baskelball 2: Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling 2, 4: Junior Co-eds: Senior Class Sec.: Naiional Honor Sociefy. ROSS, ANGELINE-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens Sporis Com. Sec. 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2: Laiin Club I, 2: Spanish 4, Sec. Treas. 3: Delhi Siaff 4: "Mikado" 2: "For'I'une TeIler" 3: "Harvey" Crew 2: Girls' Baskeiball I, 47 Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: Senior Class Com.: Pep Club 4. SAMUELS, MARGARET LOUISE - Lalin I. 2: Youfh for Chrisf Club 2, Sec. 3: Girls' Baskefball I. SCHULTZ, ROGER DEAN - Sfudenf Council 4: F. F. A. I, 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4: Baskeiball I, 2: F. F. A. Parliamenfarv Procedure Com. 3, 4: F. F. A. Baskel- 23 ACTIVITIES ball 4: Sfaie F. F. A. Livesloek Judging Team I. 2, 3, 4. SEIDL, JOHN MICHAEL - Sirudeni' Council I, 2, 3, Sfudenl Body Pres. 4: D-Clan 2, 3, 4: Foofball I, 2, 3, Co-caplain 4: Baskefball I, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball I. 2, 3, 4: Lafin Club Pres. I, Vice-Pres. 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: N. F. L. I, 2, 3, 4: Junior Class Pres.: Na-Iional Honor Sociefy. SHACKELFORD, SHELDA JEAN-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 4: F. H. A. I: Popular Music Club 2. SHEETS, CARLETON HUNTER - Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: D-Clan 3, '4: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Mgr. I: Lafin Club I', 2: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Thespians 4: "Time Our 'For Ginger" 3: "Mikado" 2: "For'l'une Teller" 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Harvey" 2: "Caine Mu+iny" 4: One-Aci-Plays 4: Sfage Crew 2, 3: All-Ohio Boys' Band 2, 3: Senior Class Com- miH'ee. SIMPSON, SUSAN YVONNE - W-Teens I, 2, 3: Band I, 2, 3: Popular Music Club I, 2, 3: French Club 2: Spanish I, 3: Girls' Tennis I: Girls' Volley- ball I. SMITH, ALICE FAY-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band I, 2: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2: Lalin Club I, 2: Delhi Slalf 4: "Mikado" 2: "For+une TelIer" 3: Girls' Bowling I, 2. SMITH, FRANCES - Popular Music Club 2, 3, 4: Esirls' Baskeiball 4: Girls' Baseball 4: Girls' Volley- all 4. THOMAS, PATRICIA ANN - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Maiorefle I, 2, 3, Head 4: French Club I, 2. TOMPKINS, DAVID RAY - Sfudenl' Council 3: Popular Music Club' I: D-Clan 3, Vice-Pres. 4: Fool- ball I, 3, 4: Baskelball I, 2, 3: Track I, 2, 4: Span- ish Club 3, 4: Key Club I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Siaff 4: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Senior Class Vice-Pres.: Homecoming Escorf 4: Baskeiball Sfalis- Iician 3. TOSSEY, MARGARET LARK - F. T. A. I. 2, 3: Senior Choir 4: Senior Chorus I, 2, 3: Popular Music Club I, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club I, 4: "For'I'une Teller" 3. TROUT, SHARON KAY - W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: "W" Girls 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, Treas. 4: Lalin Club I, 2: Delhi Slaff, Circulaiion Mgr. 4: Thespians 3. 4: "Time Ou? for Ginger" Crew 3: "ForI'une Teller" Crew 3: "Harvey" Crew 2: Rec. Cen+er Com. 4: Junior Class Exec. Com.: Girls' Baskelball I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Girls' Bowling I, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens Sporfs Com. 2: Pep Club 4: Nalional Honor Sociefy. WALDEN, PHYLLIS ILO-W-Teens 3, 4: W-Teens Sporls Com. 4: "W" Girls 3, 4: Senior Choir 3, 4: Senior Chorus 2, Popular Music Club Pres. 4: Lalin Club 2, 3: Spanish I, Pres. 4: "Mikado" 2: "For'lune Teller" 3: Girls' Baskeiball I, 3, 4, Capi. 2: Girls' Tennis 2, 3: Girls' Volleyball I, 2, 3. WARD, VAUGHN EUGENE-D-Clan 3, 4: Baskef- ball Mgr. 2, 3: Track 3: Shuherbugs 3, Pres. 4. WELCH, ROBERT EARL, Jr.-Track 2: Latin Club 5, Z: Spanish Club 4: Key Club 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y I. 2, WICKHAM, NANCY ANNE-W-Teens I, 2, 3, 4: F. T. A. 2, 3, Historian 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Major-Minor Music Club 4: Lalin Club I, 2: French Club 3, Pres. 4: Delhi Slaff 4: Thespians 4: "Time Ou+ for Ginger" Crew 3: "For+une Teller" Crew 3: "Divine Flora" 4: "Harvey" 2: "Caine Mu- finyn Crew 4: Girls' Baskefball I, 2: Girls' Volley- ba 2: Girls' Bowling 2, 3, 4: Junior Co-eds: Na. fional Honor Socieiy. WOOD, GLEN HARLEY-D. C. T. Vice-Pres. 4: Football 2: lndusfrial Arls Club 2, 3. YANT, WILLIAM EDWARD-F. F. A. I, 2: D-Clan 2, 3, 4: Foo+baIl 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Key Club 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Rec. Cenier Com. 4: Homecoming Escori' 4. YOST, PAULINE IBURNSI - W-Teens I, 2, 3: F. H. A. I, 2, 3: Popular Music Club 4: Girls' Bas- kefball I, 2, 3: Girls Volleyball I, 2, 3: Girls' Bowl- ing I, 2, 3. VUNIQRS ! Lefi' fo righl, 'Firsl' row: J. Allen, M. Arringfon, N. Avery, L. Bayliff, E. Black, C. 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Q V' . , pk' if W ia n VK i " "' V i f 1 "Eg g it E Y? ' ' 41 :il 'ww .1 2-,ff Q.. ' 4.4, , . f , . H D 'fm-...f f in - -K K MW, QA QM.. 9 :a ,Me wh, N .dw -. . .,,:-Ma... .f - X W' 5 ,.,,,,g,...'f .H ww. .. as 1 . . -we:-,zi11r5f'i.fr..1gea.:.x2f iff ,qi -H a - ' - T3 lvl . --if . ' A J ' K M A . X ji K. . t y! .. ,. - gg . V V :w35..,,,g. .,igi,K r s ' Riff' '. 'L .557 . ' 'l53'?NT-:- - ' ' ffif' " ' 7, ' . I , H I ,LQ "K K - 9 ' 1 .K - . , - .-am . , ...L i Q .. - ,. , 1.1, If . Leff lo righf, firsr row: H. Acller, L. Axline, J. Arnold, J. Bachelor, D. Baird, J. Balmer, A. Barlrer, L. BarreH', J. Barris, B. Barfon. Second row: M. Barron, G. Bauman, E. Benneii, J. Bishop, J. Blain, L. Bobula, K. Bolen, R. Boggess, S. Borland, W. Bradley. Third row: J. Brown, W. Brown, J. Buckingham, M. Buckingham, D. Byus, J. Cain, W. Carnes, E. Coalzley, C. Comslon, D. Cranlr. Fourih row: T. Cowan, J. Crawford, J. Cross, W. Dallon, J. Deel, K. Deel, B. Denlon, J. De Wall, J. Dewey, C. Deyo. Fif+h row: J. Downie, R. Duffy, J. Durigg, R. Ebrighr, W. Ebrighl, C. Ellis. J. Finch, C. Fisher, J. Fouls, L. Gale. Sixih row: R. Gale, S. Gallon, C. Graham, J. Green, B. Hall, L. Hall, S. Hall, K. Hardin, B. Harper, J. Harler. Sev-enlh row: H. Hearn, J. Hilborn, K. Hirning, J. Holmes, R. Holi, D. Hopkins, M. Householder. 26 Le'H' +o righf, firsi' row: J. Hudson, J. Hufchisson, L. Jackson, J. Jones, J. Jordon, S. Keller, G. Kin?, J. Knighf, L. Kroninger,' B. Lobdell, S. Lowe. Second row: J. Lowry, R. Maclcley, O. Madison, T. Masfers, S. Mafhews, G. McDona d, S. Mead, G. Miller, L. Mllls, R. Monlgomery. Third row: D. Mooney, J. Moore, L. Morgan, B. Murfield, B. Murph , J. Neuman, D. O'Keefe, G. Perils, C. Parmer, M. Pafriclr. Fourih row: R. Pairiclc, K. Payne, D. Penn, W. Penn, M. Pickens, R. Pcuhon, R. Ramsey, N. Ray, P. Rayburn, J. Reed. Fiffh row: M. Reed, M. Rider, S. Ross, J. Rufledge, T. Rybolf, L. Schaffner, A. Shaclcelford, M. Shenefield, B. Smiih, M. Smiih. Sixfh row: W. Smiih, R. Spencer, J. Tallringion, R. Ufferman, J. Voorhees, L. Ward, C. Warden, L. Warehime, L. Weaihernll, R. Wells. Sevenih row: J. Wickham, B. Wilson, D. Wilson, J. Wilson, S. Wilson, T. Winship, D. Wiriclr, B. Ziegler. 4 27 IFRIESHNUEN 121 ,K -V ,, - , A V W e V. .. . . Vi ian "is" .VW-YV' 'il " ' ii? V -' fis h L.. VK 'i3VlgV13'W" 'fa ' ' - K -V -V lf' . 4 ., V1 'Y' Ai , V , V - f -V ' V- V V V . 'A y K. ' ""' , V' V ' y. - 'V ' -V .MK KV af A I 3 A A.. Vi' - -,Vial Xi 'f,,V. JI 7 V "L :A ' 4' " 'il 'S , ' 'few' . V-QQ: ' f V. 1 ,513 1' -1- , . . -ff V, efflwx View ,. , , KV 'V .1V'e2kfF??'5 -'fi -K KVVY-' Viv-V - ,V-ffl V ' ' 7 VV5QiV-1 -- 'J 'iff . 'H-if V-'V VN it ' ' V M' B M 'K V' .-V1 , - .viii . 'V' ' V is K- 3.7 K.l-5 Vi 2 1+ I -V V- , SVT. ' K V1 6" - V V V- Vw-.1VK VVf""-'QV-V5"3'f' .- . -- Q ' VM-,VV 'wil' RQ s " 1 K ' -- V. . . ' f K V ,K V ' - K K A -V . 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Bucklew, S.'Bu'forcl, G. Bump, J. Burkllari, D. Burrer,. S. Buzarcl, Four1'l'l rowq P. Cain, A. Campbell, B. Carnes, J. Case, B. Casey, R. Clark, R. Coakley. C. Cordial. C. Cour+er. Fifih row: E. Counrs, J. Cox, M. Cranor, B. Curiis, D. Davenporl, D. Davenporr, H. Dawson, M. Den+, D. Dickey, R. Diensl. Sixfh row: C. Disbenn-eH', J. Dorsey, M. Dorsey, T. Driggs, B. Elder, P. Fiohiner, P. Fidler, L. Fiizgerald, B. Fleming. Sevenih row: F. Fleming, J. Flournoy, C. Fogle, S. Foor, T. Fox, E. Freeman, T. Freeman, C. Frye, F. Furniss, R. Gale. Eighih row: T. Gallani, E. Gardner, F. Gooding, D. Gross, M. Hack, P. Hageman, C. Hol1n, C. Hair, L. Hamilion. Nin'i'l1 row: P. Harper, N. Harris, M. Harinell, J. Hayes, G. Hen-ery, L. Hill, N. Hoffman, M. Hopkins, B. Howison, D. Hursey. 28 rd row: D. Byerlv Diislear, D. Griffifhs, V. L. Hedges, ,3, - .. , - I I-' -fm-rfIII.I..-I ' K. ' 'sf K -K il ,., . IL . . . I I' L L L I, -- -F .H if., ,...-aw .- -,, , . ., L ,. Q 5 K ',. ,, ,. 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I ..II-1-QI I-...,, grfw 19.3422,9-:If1if'?.f3m'5QL- Q ff,i.Iw3'lgl,l iwiifriiafQI'-:Ifz'.I'-Q ".I-'I-f1"t21M7--al l -I QI . Q, ...II15 ,gn 5 MM-,. fg yflff JI.-" Hizrrffialf :L .1 , Nr , --Es., L, ,gpleiils 'ing K. , 3. .1-P .Q -'fs-'yK :'I--f?I,wKs'-QL, I .l3.f K LL.-I'I','EY-SH I 2. 625, fI,-"'--2225. . . Lefl' lo rigl1'l, 'Firs+ row: E. Jaynes, A. Jeisel, T. Jervis, J. Johns. K. Jones, M. Jordan, C. Joyce, R. Keblter, D. Keifh, M. Keller. Second row: R. Keller, E. Kern, T. King, M. Kinh. P. Lazdins, D. Lee, J. Liggeh, R. LinscoH, J. Liflle, T. Longwell. Third row: D- LOWFY. l-- Lowry, J. Marburger, S. Marlin, T. Mafher. J. Maiihews, K. McBride, K. McElfresl1, J. Mifchell, N. Moses. Fourih row: V. Mullins, V. Munday, S. Murphy, J. Oberlander, D. Oberle, L. Owen, U. Parker, L. Phelps, J. Phillips, L. Pinyercl. Fiffh row: P. Piper, M. Plogher, T. Pope, S. Poulion, E. Price, N. Price,'J. Raile, P. Ramsey, B. Rapp, F. Roberfs. Sixfh row: V. Roberrs, D. Robinson, J. Ross, P. Rupe, W. Russell, W. Samons, G. Schulh, S. Schullz, N. Schunclc, D. Segner. Sevenrh row: T. Sell, T. Skates, J. Slane, G. Smifh, P. Smilll, W. Smiih, E. Sfarlcey, G. Tagg, K. Terry, M. Thafclrer. Eighlh row: E. Thomas, D. Thompson, A. Toney, L. Turney, E. Van Der Voorl, W. Walclie, G. Wanzo, D. Ward, M. Weaver, H. Welch. K. Welch, Ninfh row: B. Wells, E. Welsh. D. Whelsel, J. Wilson, G. Wi'H', V. Wolfe. V. Wycoff, S. Yoder J. Young, G. Zimmerman J. Zimmerman. B. Sim so . . pn. 29 CLASSES ln 3Ol Jrhis year Mr. Fells Jraughr Two seciions of freshmen how io decide lo whaf X, Y, and Z were equal. Many of Them will remember. There was a division of opinion aboul Mr. Creasy's American l-lislory class dur- ing 'rhis, his firsi year of reaching. Some liked ir, bur all will remember il. Mrs. Slanger during her iirsl year al Willis Jraughl all four biology seclions. She had rhe help of a new manikin. Y ,,,, i Chemislry is The source of many of The dors found around school from lime lo mme. From The preparalion of hydrogen models of hydrocarbons lhis laboralrory cience is laughl by Mr. Slasor. Miss I-larrer in 2l2 helped freshmen rough everyrhing from grammar To avid Copperfield To The Rime of 'rhe yncienr Mariner. A few of Jrhe pupils slill Jonder whefher or nor Parliciple wrole -he Rime and David sholr The alloaiross. i English IO sophomores learned alooul books, words, and speaking. Mrs. l-learn aughl 'rhem how lo learn. 1 The seniors in The English I2 classe delved Through BronTe, DosToevsl4y Maugham and grammar. Even wiTh Mis. WhiTTed and Mrs. Barger wielding Th whips, some sTudenTs didn'T dig dee enough. The girls in Home Economics IV ca "bake a cherry pie" Tor "Billy Boy" o anyone. Mrs. l-lulberT TaughT Them how. More Things are wroughT in This libraryl Than The Tac:ulTy dreams oT. Mrs. Hubbard waTched over The Tloclc. These sTuolenTs Trom The physics class ucliecl everyThing from aTom sTrucTure rough elecTriciTy. This senior class was ughT by Mr. Slasor. WiTh Mr. MoisT aT The helm in ZI I, The niors saileol The sea oT P. O. D. Very Tew rowneol. , Those in The Senior High ArT Class vorked on many diTTerenT Types of arT during The year. Mrs. PaTingale in IO2 guided Their learning. During second semesTer This year a group oT iuniors and a group oT seniors worried abouT solids in 302. Mr. FelTs sTraighTened Them ouT. AlThough Typing l is required Tor only The commercial sTudenTs, some Think iT oughT To be required Tor college prep sTu- denTs, Too. Mrs. KlamToTh TaughT iT above The claTTer. From The Age oT EgypT To The modern Times The so p h o m o res and Mr. lvloisT walked The pages oT World l-lisTory. Did ll4hnaTon or Caesar sign The Magna CharTa? JIUNJIUR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS lElIGHTHfGRADlE Leff +o righr, firs+ row: S. Acker, T. Ackley, E. Amick, S. Anderson, S. Arnold, J. Askins, K. Baird, J. Barkeloo, L. BarreH', J. Bar- ringer, S. Bayliff. Second row: R. Bell, M. Benne'H, B. Benfon, D. Berry, G. Berry, D. Berfram, W. Blackburn, W. 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Pl W. Wilson, D. Winship, B. Yanf. ein, L. K. Jones, R. Kannaird, J. Karlsen, S. Kiernan, K. Lavender, L. Lawson, R. Lorish, C. M P. Maxey, M. Maxw-ell, N. McDonald, M. Melvin, G. Miller. J. Miller, A. Moore, R. Morey, Third row: C. Mullins, K. Murfield, J. Myers, P. Myers, L. Newhouse, R. Null, L. Nuller, J. K. Oller. Fourfh row: P. Oman, S. Organ, C. Owen. S. Perks, D. Pafriclr, S. Pafriclr, B. Payne, ogher. Fifih row: N. Pool, G. Pope, J. Rapp, L. Ray, P. Reed, H. Rober+s, D. Robinson, J. Robinson, B. Ross. R. Ross, D. Rucker. Sixlh row: D. Salisbury, F. Sallmarsh, K. Sanderson, S. Saulsbury, J. Scheiderer, S. Scofi, T. Shaw, L. Sheeis, L. Shelion, J. Shirling, M. Shusler. Sevenlh row: A. Slraizes, H. Snyder, S. Sfearns, D. Slewari, R, Sfrimer, L. Slull, R. Taylor, A. Tennar, G. Thomas, C. Townsel, G. Trudel. Eighl'l1 row: M. Vincenl, V. Vining, T. Vipperman, C. Wallter, M. Wareham, W. Wafson, C. Welch, D. Welch, J. Welch, P. Welch, N. Wells. Ninlh row: C. While, D. While, S. 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' ' Y V -- 5 ' '-VV ' ' f- "1 My ' -i 1--sans.:-1-. ' V--xv f .,:..," .. yy , - 1 ' A A V Ll...-.- 5.7 X .X i..,,i2-.g,, K ,V V, A y !-523 V- -:.,,f Vf1'-- - Ja w- - - A f ., V--5. Vw ' - 'V K-N - Lefl' io righl, firsi' row: P. Law, B. Lawson, J. Lee, J. Lewis, C. Linsco'H', M. LiH'le, C. Lobdell, W. Lowry, E. Lucas, G. Mccumlber, Mafher, P. Maiihews, M. Mays, L. Meicalf. S. McElfresh, R. McGovern. Second row: J. Maggard, M. Marshall, G. Massie, D. B. Milhoan, P. Miller. L. Mifchell, F. Monfgomery. Third row: B. Morrison, R. Morrison phy, C. Nauman, F. Neace, T. Neace. B. Nolze, W. Oehler, J. O'Neal. Fourfh row: L. O V. Phillips, B. Piper, S. Piper, M. Poliles, S. PraH, M. Pric-e, R. Price. Fifih row: F. Raile, T. Ray, S. Rayburn, C. Reiiz, J. Richards, J. Riebel, J. Rieder, R. Roberls, C. Roof, M. Roszman, R. Rowland, K. Rupe. Sixfh row: J. Saffell, C. Sa mons, S. Schnees, L. Schwarh, K. Seligman, C. Shirling, C. Shoni-ing, D. Silveous, M. Sipes, R. Slcahes, E. Slaclc, L. Smarf. Sevenih row: G. Smiih, P. Slewarl, M. Slimmel, L. S-lover, C. Siull, J. Thaicher, T. Thompson, W. Thompson, R. Townsel, V. Trigg, E. Turner, B. Ullom. Eighth row: L. VanBusl:irlc, B. Wan-zo, S. Warden, L. Warner, J. Welch, R. Wesi. J. Weimore, P. Whife, S. Wiclrham. R. Wickham, B. Willrinson, R. Williams. Ninih row: B. Wilson, B. Wilson, R. Wilson, J. Wiriclr, F. WiH', R. Wi'H', J. Wheeler, T. Worh. 39 , S. Moriimer, J. Moses, R. Mooney, B. Mur- pel, A. O'Quin, R. Penn, F. Phelps, S. Phllllan, Row I: J. Plogher, B. Graham, S. Brimhall, A. Deel, J. Jervis, K. Murfield, D. Bunlen, R. Bunlen, R. George, D. Evans, C. Pinney. Row 2: S. Howell, D. Morris, L. Johnson, M. Winsenl, K. Jones, S. Piper, H. Roberls, T. Crisl, H. Gale, Mrs. Corey. Row 3: C. Frederick, M. Doland, K. Hall, R. Ross, R. Taylor, R. Morrison, N. McDonald, D. Salisbury. Row I: A. Fish, W. Blackburn, S. Corwin, M. Dixon, R. Lumbard, A. Deel, J. Means, L. Shellon, L. Burrer. Row 2: G. Thomas J. Askins, T. Nauman, R. Tenner, W. Samson, C. Townsel, G. Davis, M. Bennell, Mr. Coyle. Row 3: D. Kannaircl, W. Boham, C. While, J. Miller, L. Ray, B. Easlerday, R. Kannaircl. J. Scheiclerer. Row I: T. Vipperman, H. Snyder, K. Brown, G. Berry, T. Ackley, B. Giles, S. Geesman, B. Yanl. Row 2: D. Winship, B. Payne, S. Organ, S. Clark, S. Slearns, F. Sallmarsh, K. Burclelle, D. Welsh. Row 3: L. Nuller, S. Kiernan, A. Skaltes, D. Drylie, D. While, D. Daurer, T. Flemming, J. Welch, G. Buckingham. 40 CORE Many years lrom now lhe slu- denl will look back on his early leens as one ol lhe mosl impor- lanl periods ol his lile. During lhis period he broadened his view considerably, and began lo make decisions lhal had a direcl bear- ing on his lulure. ln some respecls iunior high school dillers greally from elemenlary school. Some ol lhe more slriking dillerences are as follows: l. The iunior high makes grealer provisions for individual inler- esls and needs by permilling each pupil lo help selecl his own courses. 2. The iunior high is equipped wilh a laboralory, a gymna- sium, wood and melal shops., a library, and an audilorium, so lhal lhe sludenl's educalional needs can be mel more ellec- lively. 3. The iunior high ollers special guidance services. The sludenl nolices a big change in his school life when he enlers iun- ior high school. To help a pupil make lhe change smoolhly he was assigned lo a sell- conlained classroom, beller known as a core. The sell- conlained classroom makes il pos- sible lor lhe sludenls lo remain wilh one leacherrlor science, geography, and social sludies in lhe sevenlh grade and lor hislory, language arls, and social sludies in lhe eighlh grade. As a resull, one Teacher becomes beTTer ac- quainTed wiTh each sTudenT and is able To work more eTTecTively wiTh hi m. The core sysTem was developed To help pupils acquire such TraiTs as good ciTizenship and The abiliTy To work eTTecTively wiTh oThers. Because iT is believed ThaT These qualiTies are besT developed Through a general educaTion, The iunior high school program oT sTudy is builT around required courses designed To provide a good general background. How- ever, no sTudenT will be leTT wiTh- ouT any choice in selecred courses. AcTually, The program is suTTicienTly Tlexible To allow sTu- denTs To Take courses in special Tields. The school provides a Teacher counselling service To as- sisT in making These choices. AddiTional skills are needed by The Teacher who works wiTh young people in The classroom co-ordin- aTion oT The curriculum. The im- porTanT ones are as Tollows: l. UndersTanding oT needs, in- TeresTs, and abiliTies oT Teen- age boys and girls. 2. AbiliTy To work boTh as a member oT a group and as a leader in The group. 3. AbiliTy To guide a group in planning, developing, and carrying ouT a uniT oT work. 4. UndersTanding oT The physi- cal and menTal growTh paT- Terns of average boys and girls. ming, T. Campbell,'A. Moore, R. Lorish. Row 2: M. Blair V DeVrles S Arnold, D. STewarT, L. Lawson, M. Maxwell, J. Myers, J. Shlrllng V Brown Row 3: D. Beriram, T. Flanagan, T. Pope, C. Ellis, R. STrimer S Dorsey L STull, C. Hyduke, S. Anderson. Row 4: S. Parks, P. Oman S Saulsbury D Jackson, J. Robinson, N. Firesione, L. Marlowe. N. Pool Row I: P. Householder, K. Baird, S. Donovan, R. Ebrighf R Hackel M Melvin, S. O'Keefe, B. BenTon. Row 2: Mrs. McMinn, S. PaTrick J Eishen B. Ross, B. lngraham, C. Owen, J. Rapp, J. Barringer, C Horn Row 3 L. Sheefs, M. HamilTon, S. Flowers, M. Wareham, L. Brackney S Baylrff E. Bu+'r, M. Carson, S. ScoH, B. Wilson. Row I: S. Acker, K. Lavender, D. Ma'H'hews, N. Wells C Muller J Freeman, W. Wilson. Row 2: Mrs. Sfanger, T. Dunham C Welsh D Dalion, M. Casey, D. Robinson, G. Flini, M. Shus+er. Row 3 S Call A Hawkins, S. Williams, S. Coover, G. Trudell, D. Burns, L. Newhouse 4l Row I: C. Morgan, M. BrighT, D. Berry, R. Pafrick, R. Jervis, L. Barreff, D. Rucker. Row 2: Mrs. Frohner, M. Changnon, R. Downing, C. Mullins, P. Welch, F. Oehler, J. Dever, C. Main. Row 3: V. Vining, H. Haifen, B. Henry, K. Sanderson, S. Dickey, P. Reed, D. Berry, B. Payne. Row I: J. Lee, R. Hufchinson, R. Furniss, J. HieT'T. Row 2: L. Hough, J. Borland, B. Dufcher, J. Reider, B. Wilkinson, F. Phelps, M. Duffy, P. Clark. Row 3: J. Fawn, L. Dorsey, C. Gale, M. LiH'Ie, B. Lawson, J. Welch, R. Rowland, S. Howell, J. Axline, D. Borden. Row 4: L. Colwell, S. MorTimer, E. Kern, R. Wickham, J. Saffell, P. Whife, D. Lavender. Row I: R. Wifi, R. Goad, J. Bachelor, J. Brighf, D. MaTher, G. Hall. Row 2: R. Boham, D. HurT, B. Wilson, B. Wanzo, M. Roszman, L. Mefcalf, V. Hill. Row 3: Mr. Middlefon, F. Crawford, S. Glassburn, S. Hensley, E. Turner, L. Warner, H. Dovell, R. Kenney, N. Horn, M. Darsi, D. Breece. Row 4: F. Neace, E. BrighT, M. Mays, T. Worfz, R. Keyser, C. Breece. C. Samons. 42 5. AbiliTy To use The classroom environmenT To The advan- Tage oT The learning process. 6. AbiliTy To help children eval- uaTe Their own work. 7. AbiliTy To use The needs, in- TeresTs and abiliTies oT all pupils in The ToTal classroom siTuaTion. T 8. AbiliTy To plan co-operaTively wiTh pupils. 9. AbiliTy To keep planning Tlexi- ble. IO. AbiliTy To improve The class- room, no maTTer whaT Tacili- Ties are available, so ThaT iT will develop inTo a real work- room Tor youTh. Core is The alobreviaTion Tor correlaTion. One oT iTs main pur- poses is To cuT across subiecT lines and To give The sTudenT a beTTer view oT The correlaTion oT his course of sTudy. AnoTher ad- vanTage oT core is ThaT modern advances in educaTion are more easily uTilized in iT. The enrollmenT in The core sys- Tem aT Willis is 407 sTudenTs. These are divided up inTo seven cores Tor The sevenTh grade and seven for The eighTh. Core AcTiviTies The inTramural sporTs pro- gram is arranged so ThaT every- one will have an opporTuniTy To parTicipaTe. The sporTs played This l year were kiclcball and baslceTball under The direcTion and supervi- sion oT Mr. Paul Keller. The Live-Wire, The iunior high newspaper, conTinued This year wiTh iTs publicaTion under The di- recTion oT Mrs. WalTer RooT. The iunior high was guiTe suc- cessTul wiTh iTs sales Tax cam- paign, raising one Thousand dol- lars, wiTh which They purchased Two seTs oT encyclopediae, a Tape recorder, a record player, some gym eguipmenT, maps Tor class- room use, geography maTerial Tor sTudy hall, Tilm sTrips Tor The maThemaTics deparTmenT, and a generaTor, a geiger counTer, and a Telescope Tor The science de- parTmenT. A new club, The ATom Bums, composed oT The sTudenTs in Mr. Slasor's science class inTeresTed sTudenTs This year. ATTiliaTed wiTh The Science Clubs oT America, The club will expand To include The largesT possible number oT sci- ence sTudenTs. Two dances were held This year exclusively Tor The sevenTh and eighTh grades. The sevenTh grade held a l-lallowe'en dance, aTTended by sTudenTs in cosTume. In The spring, The eighTh grade held a dance aT l-loliday l-lill. For a social sTudies Trip The eighTh grade Traveled To Colum- bus To observe The STaTe Legis- Row I: C. Neuman, R. Morrison, J. Foor, P. Caudill, A. KirTley, T. Gardner, E. Lucas. Row 2: Mrs. AlberTson, J. Maggard, F. WiTT, C. LinscoTT, R. Hedges, L. Caudill, R. Williams, J. Bame, B. Bame. Row 3: T. Duncan, E. Flournoy, A. O'Quin, J. Riebel, D. Keeran, L. Van Buslrirlr, B. Grobe, V. Triggs, R. Townsel, T. Buclllew, L. Kinnison. Row I: E. Slack, C. Clevenger, L. Hol+en, J. Wheeler, R. Harfer, P. Dixon, B. Nolze. Row 2: Mrs. Roof, J. O'Neal, R. Penn, R. Hoffman, S. Warden, J. Clifford, C. Reih, B. Gordon, R. WesT. Row 3: R. Price, T. Burns, J. DavenporT, G. SmiTh, L. STover, J. Bailey, T. Clark, T. Burns, B. CourTer, S. Rayburn. Row I: J. Lewis, B. Bigony, R. RoberTs, M. Price, J. Baker, J. Weimore C. Sh T' . R 2: W. B k C. B nem n, W. Oehler, J. Carnes, C on mg ow an s, ren a Lobdell, V. Phillips, S. Wiclrham, P. Law, M. PoliTes, C. Graham. Row 3' B. Wilson, F. MonTgomery, T. lvers, K. Flowers, K. Flowers, B. Morrison B. Lowry, D. McGovern. 43 Row I: G. Massie, L. Opel, J. Wirick, T. Bollens, M. Aller, D. De Vries Row 2: P. Miller, P. Mafthews, S. Kraft, M. Sipes, R. Coakley, F. Raile P. Caudill, N. Bird. Row 3: Mr. Apel, M. Gongwer, R. Mooney, C. Adair: M. Kennedy, P. Bari'leTT, S. Schnees, P. Daniels, B. Piper, D. BeT-Ts Row 4: M. Courier, M. Swearengin, T. Neace, T. Thompson, H. Bonner, G Mccumber. Row I: R. Crowl, G. Adkins, M. Siimmel, J. Thatcher, J. Moses, R. King. Row 2: J. Burkhart, W. Carson, W. Cain, C. Sfull, P. Stewarl, S. Phillian P. Cooke, T. Jackson. Row 3: Mr. Keller, C. Shirling, M. Marshall, A. Holt: M. Kennedy, P. Bartlefi, S. Schness, P. Daniels, B. Piper, D. Betfs. Row 4: B. Haefling, L. Smarl, L. Schwarh, K. Seligmen, L. Mitchell, S. McElfresh, S. Bibler. laTure in acTion. They also visiTed The Ohio STaTe Museum. Many Tield Trips were arranged Tor The sTudenTs oT The eighTh grade core This year during The second semesTer. These occurred aT ThaT Time so ThaT all The sTu- denTs would have had The bene- TiT oT a leasT some science. EighTh grade sTudenTs geT only a one semesTer course in science, con- sequenTly half oT Them Take iT The second semesTer. Changes From PasT Years The sevenTh grade cores moved as a uniT To The newly re- modeled and recondiTioned rooms on The Third Tloor oT The old building This year. They now are a more closely-kniT uniT, and They have Their own library. Plans have been made Tor The inTroducTion oT Toreign languages inTo The curriculum in The near Tu- Ture. There will be no shorTage oT qualified Teachers along This line Tor There are now on The junior high TaculTy Three Teachers who among Them have a masTery oT five languages. The iunior high club programs will be reviewed nexT year, Tor iT has been Tound ThaT The drop-ouT raTe has been reduced wiTh The inTroducTion oT a club program in core. , The Delhi staff wishes to express its sympathy to the family of Judy Weiser, an eighth grader, who died during the school year. 44 ORGANIZATIONS STUDENT CCUUNCCTUL Row I: J. Jones, M. Seidl, J. Allen. Row 2: E. Bigony, B. Hopper, N. Slagle, J. Seicll, N. Harris, V. Rober+s, F. Aller, J. Pope, J. Felfs, B. Gross, B. Maxwell, J. Merrill, J. Morris. Row 3: S. Pafriclr, D. Landsiffel. B. Patrick, J. Melvin, J. Barris, M. Courier, L. Axline, B. Bosserf. The Sludenr Council is The school's srudenl govs ernmenr. I+ is composed of eIec+ed members and rhe presiclenls of all 'rhe maior clubs al' Willis. This year Mickey Seidl. as Sludenl' Body President was 'rhe Council's leader. and Judy Jones, as Srudenr Body Secrelary, was The secrelary of 'rhe group. Jerry Allen. Senior Class President was rhe vice-presidenl of Jrhe government Mr. Graham was 'rhe advisor. The main aim of 'rhe Council was 'ro beller rela- lions belween Jrhe facully and lhe sludenls. The group planned all Homecoming acrivilies and helped plan all assemblies. I+ also compiled and ediled a new edi- lion of ihe school handbook. One of +he highlighls of +he Srudenl Council's year was l'he visiling of olher schools. The members Trav- eled +o orher places in order +o compare olher schools wirh Willis. STLDENT BODY OFFICERS Siudenl' Body Presidenr-Miclcey Seicll Sfudenf Body Secrefary-Judy Jones SENIOR CLASS COMMITTEES Row I: B. Johnson, B. Robbins, J. Allen, D. Tompkins. Row 2: Mr. Moisl, Mrs. Hearn, S. Jackson, N. Clipson, N. Jones, S. Espenshied, D. Ferguson, J. Melvin, B. Culver, F. Aller, J. Pope, Miss Benson, Miss Bussard. Row 3: E. Bigony, J. Jewell, C. Sheels, B. Gross, L. Johnson, H. Rhodes, C. Geesman, S. Palriclr, B. Hopper, B. Bosserl. The senior class ollicers, cornmillees, and sponsors are in charge ol all worlc upon which lhe senior's year and gradualion hinges. This year's ollicers were Jerry Allen, presidenlg Dave Tompkins, vice presidenl: Belly Robbins, secrelary, and Bob Johnson, lreasurer. UNTOR CLASS EXEC The sponsors were Miss Bussard, Miss Benson, Mr. Fells, Mr. Moisl. Mr. Slasor, Mrs. l-learn, and Mr. Ross. The commillee chairmen were as lollows: invilalions, Judy Pope: gill, Linda Johnson: spealcer lor gradua- lion. John Dewey: brealclasl, Sandy Espenshiecl: and all nighl parly, Ed Bigony and Jane Melvin. Uirirvie CoMMimr1riEJE Row I: Miss Polloclr, N. Slagle, J. Seicll, J. Fells, M. Vance, Mrs. Hackel, C. Blair, B. Lowry, D. Shaw, B. Gallanl, B. Jaccaucl, Mrs. The iunior class ollicers lhis year were Judy Seidl. presidenl: Jeanne Fells, vice presidenl: Margarel Vance. secrelary, and Nancy Slagle, lreasurer. The execulive commillee which lhey headed was composed ol a boy and a girl represenlalive eleclecl Bargar. Row 2: J. Ramey, M. Greene, Mrs. Klamfolh, A. Hubbard, M. Teele, M. Hilborn. by each iunior homeroom. This Junior Class Execulive Commillee was in charge ol all lhe money-making proiecls ol lhe iunior class, and lhe money earned wenl lo pay lor lhe Junior-Senior banquel and dance al lhe Ohio Wesleyan Memorial Union. Wnriaims M Row I: C. Brown, S. Foor, B. Carnes, P. Fidler, V. Gross, K. Evans, D. Ferguson, M. Cranor, C. Blair, K. Hirning, N. Harris, K. Hardin, H. Hearn, L. Carlisle, L. Bayliff, J. Hudson. Row 2: B. Blair, J. Baker, S. Hasfy, L. Barreff, D. Griffifhs, M. Arring- fon, B. Blair, M. Householder, J. Deal, C. Hair, J. Case, M. Hoplrins, W. Ebrighf, N. Clipson, S. Espenshied, F. Alfer, J. King, P. Bachelor. Row 3: C. Gale, N. Harris, C. Courfer, C. Frye, D. Burrer, S. Beffs, M. Bigony, J. De Walf, M. Hilborn, S. Elder, S. Howard, P. Cain, A. Boggess, D. Bump, L. Harris, J. Allen, L. Axline, J. Hufchinson, C. Deyo, J. Courfer, N. Byerly, P. Harper, J. Berry, C. Disbenneff, P. Hiclrolc. Row 4: C. Fisher, L. Fifzgerald, E. Coalrley, P. Fichfner, S. Hall, P. Clark, J. Fells, J. Crowl, P. Hagaman, C. Hahn, B. Elder, B. Gale, M. Courfer, L. Dickey, B. Culv-er, J. Fidler, J. Hoffman, J. Finch, C. Ellis, L. Bobula, J. Burris, J. Green, B. Barfon, M. Evans. Row 5: A. Campbell, S. Fogle, P. Hampfon, C. Gabriel, C. Dal- fon, M. Geary, R. Hagar, J. Bishop, E. Gruber, N. Avery, A. Heinlen, J. Hoffman, C. Glaze, P. Glaze, S. Borland, N. Glaze, S. Gaffon, J. Grey, A. Grayson, M. Green, C. Bird, J. Burkharf, C. Cordial. Under fhe leadership of Naomi Harris. presidenf. Judy Pope, vice-presidenf, Beffy Robbins, secrefary, and Kay Evans, freasurer, fhe girls of W-Teens made fhis an exfremely successful year. The W-Teens pro- gram was divided info fhree differenf parfs. The firsf of ihese was service fo fhe school and communify. One of fhe mosf popular services 'ro fhe school was fhe W-Teens bullefin board. Arranged by Donagene Ferguson, fhe cheerful and original board drew many favorable commenfs. Ofher school services of fhe club were fhe losf and found deparfmenf and fhe W-Teens pep club, a fine addifion fo school spirii af foofball games. The club's communify proiecfs included dis- fribufing Thanksgiving food baslcefs fo fhe pooir and helping in fhe cify recreafion program. The second pari of fhe W-Teens program was so- cial. The high poinf of fheir social year was fhe fall formal, Snowflake Fanfasy, held on December 81 An- ofher of fheir dances was a semi-formal which was sponsored in The spring. The club also sponsored a "poor man's dance" charging cans of food for The needy as admission. This program of dances was headed by social chairman, Linda Jo-hnson. The club's fhird main area of operafion was an infer-class sporfs program for The girls. Included under This program were baslcefball, bowling, volleyball, fennis, golf, and baseball. All of fhese sporfs were di- recf compefifion befween fhe classes wifh fhe excep- fion of bowling and 'rennis in which feams were piclcecl disregarding class membership. This sporf cornpefifion was held affer school under fhe supervision of Barbara Culver. chairman of fhe sporfs commiffee. Row I: M. Plogher, S. Murphy, N. Johnson, T. King, K. Thornbury, A. Toney, J. Pope, M. Pickens, S. Jackson, R. Ramsey M. Vance, L. Schaffner, M. Teele, N. Osborn, N. Slagle, J. Seidl, B. Perfect Row 2: N. Jones, N. PaTrick, R. Rardon, E. STarkey E. Ven Der VoorT, R. Kebker, J. Oberlander, T. Sell, V. Roberfs, A. Jeisel, S. Marlin, D. Ramey, M. SmiTh, B. Murphy, E Welsh, S. Yoder, A. PoliTes, L. Ward. Row 3: J. Sfrimer, P. Rayburn, M. Skah, A. SmiTh, M. Sfanley, M. Young, M. Pool, C Lowry, J. Ramey, M. Kiniz, M. Keller, D. Robinson, N. Wickham, M. Spencer, M. Rider, S. Trout Row 4: D. Thompson, L. Turney, V. Robinson, S. S-hackelford, S. Kellar, B. NcNamee, J. KnighT, T. Johnson, B. Lewis, H. Johnson, N. KnighT, P. Smiih P. Williams, N. Moses, K. McElTresh, K. Jones, J. LiTTle, P. Piper, D. WheTsel, M. SheeTs, S. Pope. Row 5: G. Opel, L. Owen N. Price, N. Schunck, S. Ross, S. MaTThews, B. Ziegler, A. Johnson, E. Kern, J. Marburger, L. Kroninger, L. Johnson, B. Shear- man, J. Melvin, J. Jones, B. Robbins, M. Reed, J. Reed, A. Ross, J. Long. One oT The ouTsTanding evenTs in The club's ac- TiviTies was The W-Teens play nighT. This was a special evening seT aside where The girls goT TogeTher aT school Tor a banqueT and an evening oT volleyball or baskeTball. The Treshmen girls provided The main dish Tor The meal, The sophomores broughT The salad, The iuniors broughT The desserT, and The seniors Took care OT The odds and ends needed To round ouT The ban- queT. ATTer The meal a drawing was held To decide which classes would compeTe againsT each oTher in The various games held ThroughouT The evening. AT The close oT The TesTiviTies, The Treshmen were respon- sible Tor seeing ThaT everyThing was cleaned up. The subiecTs oT various meeTings held ThroughouT The year were inTeresTing, Tun, and educaTional. They included such Things as a preview oT The coming year. iniTiaTion oT new members, a TalenT show, a Tashlon show, a sTage play enTiTled "Ladies oT The Mop," and The insTallaTion oT nexT year's oTTicers. The planning oT The acTiviTies during This year was divided among commiTTees. Every member oT The W-Teens was re- quired To serve on aT leasT one commiTTee, The com- miTTees were execuTive commiTTee, program commiT- Tee, social commiTTee, sporTs commiTTee, bulleTin board commiTTee, losT and Tound commiTTee, pep club com- miTTee, operaTion ThermomeTer commiTTee, and posTer commiTTee. The W-Teen TaculTy advisors had a large parT in The planning and execuTion OT This year's program. They were Mrs. Hubbard. Miss Bussard, Miss Wells, and Miss l-larTer. T T-TLY Row I: T. Gallanf, D. O'KeeTe, J. Dewey, H. Wyss, B. Mackiey, J. Cross, B. Burns, S. Lowe, A. Boeckiin, B. Ufferman, J. Hilborn, B. Bosserf. Row 2: B. Rapp, D. Hopkins, K. Bensley, B. Gallanf, E. Black, T. Longwell, T. Pope, J. Wickham, J. Brown, B. Johnson, E. Bills, J. Difslear, M. Seidl, S. George. Row 3: B. Maxwell, J. Raile, R. Clark, T. Winship, T. Heineman, P. George, D. Landsifiel, D. Baird, B. DenTon, G. Bauman, B. Wilson, J. Holmes, R. Poulfon, J. FouTs, D. Tompkins, D. Gale, B. Roberis, B. Lowry, Mr. Apel. Row 4: G. Downing, T. Cowan, B. PaTrick, J. Householder, E. Bigony, S. Buzard, T. Driggs, D. Shaw, C. Sheefs, J. Donovan, J. Dewey, K. Jackson, F. Mafanzo, B. Gross, H. Flemming, S. Pafrick, J. Allen, B. Welch. Row 5: D. Dickey, J. Klamfofh, C. Gveesman, J. Denison, B. Hopper, J. Carnes, L. Hopper, T. RybolT, L. Hall, J. Morris, J. JeweTi, J. Arnold, B. Monigomery, T. MasTers, J. Merrill, S. Dorsey. Heading a successful year of The combined Hi-Y and Key Club was This year's slaTe of officers: Bob Maxwell, presidenT of The Key Club: Bob Hopper, presidenf of The Hi-Y: Bob Gallant vice-presidenT of The Key Club: Hal Wyss, vice-presidenT of The Hi-Y: secrefary of The combined Hi-Y and Key Club, Jim Hilborn: and Bob Ufferman, Treasurer of The Two clubs. The oTher offices of This year's club as in pasT years were filled by members of The Three upper classes. The club also was well represenTed in The division, disTricT, and nafional organizafions. Ken Jackson served as division LT. Governor, Alan l-lackel was disTricT Treasurer and Bob Maxwell served as an inTernaTional TrusTee. This year's faculTy advisors included Mr. Cornwell. Mr. Apel. and Mr. MiddleTon. Hi-Y is a branch of The Young Men's ChrisTian Associafion while The Key Club is The high school di- vision of Kiwanis InTernaTional. The purpose of The combined organizafions is To offer service To The school, communify and naTion, To help build and main- Tain high personal characTer among The members of The club and To provide experience in working and living Togefher. Following lasT year's club, which Took firsT place in The sTaTe in service proiecf reporfs and .ranked sixTh nafionaliy, The members have worked hard To equal and possibly surpass This record. Heading The lisT of This year's proiecTs was The "balloT baTTalion" which aided greaTly in making This year's elecfion run smooThly. Among The acTiviTies in This proiecf were a car pool for Transporfafion To and from The polls for voTers, baby siTTing service for par- enTs who were voTing, refreshmenfs for The ward work- ers. a mock elecTion Tor The sTudenT body of Willis, disTribuTion of vofe buTTons on The sTreeT corners, services To bo+h parTies in passing ouT campaign liTer- aTure, and displays for downTown sfore windows. ThroughouT The year The service organizaTions also aided in many charify drives including The l'learT Fund, y KEY ciuuie Row I: B. Rapp, D. O'KeeTe, J. Dewey, H. Wyss, B. Mackley, B. Johnson, B. Burns, D. Gale, B. YanT, D. Tompkins, J. Foufs, B. Roberis, S. George. Row 2: D. Hopkins, K. Bensley, B. Gallant E. Black, T. Longwell, T. Pope, J. Wickham, J. Brown, J. Cross, E. Bills, J. Difslear, M. Seidl, B. BosserT. Row 3: J. Riley, M. PaTrick, T. Winship, T. Heineman, P. George, D. Lancl- 5iTTel, D. Baird, B. DenTon, G. Bauman, B. Wilson, J. Holmes, R. PoulTon, J. Hilborn, B. Ufferman, S. Lowe, A. Boecklin, J. Dewey, B. Lowry. Row 4: J. Merrill, B. Maxwell, J. Householcler, E. Bigony, S. Buzard, T. Driggs, A. Hackel, D. Shaw, J. Don- ovan, K. Jackson, F. MaTanzo, B. Gross, H. Flemming, J. Allen, B. Welch. Row 5: D. Dickey, J. Klamfofh, C. Geesman, J. Dani- Son, B. Hopper, J. Carnes, L. Hopper, T. Rybolr, L. Hall, C. Sheefs, J. Morris, J. Jewe'H, J. Arnold, B. MonTgomery, Mr. Cornwell. The Cancer drive, and The March oT Dimes. AnoTher oT Their more imporTanT services was aid- ing in The operaTion oT The Bloodmobile. The members oT The club helped seT up The equipmenT used and served reTreshmenTs To The donors. Each member oT This year's club was required To do a minimum oT six hours work each sernesTer on club proiecTs. The boy wiTh The mosT proiecT hours To his crediT was proclaimed king oT The annual spring Tormal, and his daTe was queen oT The dance. Under This pro- gram members oT The club were sTimulaTed To oTTer more oT Their Time Tor club proiecTs. The club carried on Two main proiecTs Tor The raising oT money. The TirsT was To sell large cans oT Key Club cherries To parenTs and oTher members oT The communiTy. The club also sold boxes oT soap. The highlighT oT The social year was The annual Hi-Y Key Club Tormal held March I6 aT The Ohio Wesleyan Memorial Union Building. InsTead oT giving The usual Tlowers To The girls who aTTended The Tormal. The members oT The club. Teeling ThaT a more lasTing mornenTo should be given, gave The girls favors. The club also sponsored many dances aTTer TooT- ball and baskeTball games. These included The Home- coming Dance. Specialized work oT The club is done by commiT- Tees. Each member is required To serve on aT leasT one oT These commiTTees which are headed by upper class- men. Some oT These commiTTees are: social commiTTee. proiecT commiTTee. inTerclub commiTTee, house com- miTTee. vocaTional and religious commiTTee. recreaTion commiTTee. and execuTive commiTTee. Each year many oT The members OT The Key Club aTTend The annual sTaTe Key Club convenTion. Here sTaTe oTTicers are elecTed, and The boys geT a chance To compare noTes wiTh members oT various clubs around The sTaTe This year The Willis Key Club is con- TidenT ThaT iT will repeaT as one oT The Top service or- ganizaTions in The sTaTe on a high school level. LasT year's convenTion was held in DayTon and This year's Took place aT Columbus. NATIONAL FORENSTCS LEAGUE Row l: D. O'Keefe, J. Fells, L. Harris, B. Bosserl, K. Evans, N. Slagle, J. Seidl. Row 2: Mr. Frohner, Mrs. Hearn, E. Van Der Veorl, C. Hahn, R. Kebker, N. Osborn, J. Slrimer, S. Espenshied, J. Allen, J. Green, L. Schaffner, S. Ross, A. Johnson, P. Fidler, L. Turney, J. Cross, B. Roberls, M. Bigony, K. McElfresh, J. Burkharl, Mrs. Evans. Row 3: J. Dilslear, L. Bayliff, M. Seidl, D. Landsilfel, A. Hackel, C. Blair, B. Shearman, J. Allen, J. Crawford, J. Merrill, B. Maxwell, G. Opel, A. Heinlen, M. Cranor, J. Mallhews, Mr. Creasy. This years N F L had one of :ls besl years so inlerscholasric speaking compelifions 'ro meril rec- far. The presidenl' of 'rhe group was Bill Bosserl ancl ognilion. The clu 's obieclives are lo elevale lrhe qual- lhe secrelary-lreasurer was Kay Evans. The advisors ily of original speaking and Thinking and 'ro lurlher were Mrs. Evans and Mr. Creasy sludenl inleresl' in forensic work. Weekend lourna- The Nalional Forensic League is an honorary so- menls from December rhrough March fosrer friendly ciely for 'rhose who have earned enough poinls by compelilion belween schools. FUTURE HUMJEM mas UP AMERICA l 1 Row l: M. Pickens, C. Gale, J. Nauman, N. Jackson, S. Howard, R. Ramsey, C. Palmer. Row 2: B. Johnson, C. Gregory, C. Gabriel, M. Courier, N. Knighl, C. Dallon, Mrs. Hulberf, Row 3: B. Culver, B. Johnson, B. Gale, W. Murfield, M. Barlon, A. Barker, S. Mead, T. Freeman, J. Jervis, B. Fleming, C. Frye, J. Flournoy, T. Blackleclge, R. Bucklew, J. Hoffman, D. Byus. E. Welsh. Row 4: A. Poliles, S. Baker, B. Smilh, E. Koko, J. Deel, l. Maggard, D. Wirick, P. Bachelor, A. Grayson, M. Pool T. Skahes, C. Disbennefl, G. Smilh, D. Ramsey, J. Talkinglon, M. Geary, L. Jervis, S. Fleshman, M. Mclnfire. This year's Fufure Homemakers of America con- school was 'lhe bullefin board in lhe back hall. Here sisied of some 'fifiy girls who had 'laken home econom- lhe members posled maferials aboul lheir club. ics classes during high school. Throughoul lhe- year 'rhe The officers responsible for This year's work were: members worked on several main proiecls. Presidesni'-Merilyn Courier, vice-presidenr - Carol Under lhe supervision of advisors, Mrs. Cory and Gabriel, secrelary - Nancy Knight 'lreasurer-Carol Mrs. l'lulberl'. lhe club planned a square dance for Dallon, hislorian - Barbara Johnson, parlimeniarian May. They also planned lo have a molher-claughfer -Hazel Johnson, son leader - Mary Arringlon, banquer. news reporler - Caro? Gregory. and Red Cross co- One of 'rhe confriburions l'he club made lo 'lhe orclinalor - Myriam Geary. 52 INDUSTRIAL ARTS r SIIUIIIERBUGS Dachelor, YL. Mills: Bonner.. Row 3: Buclcinghami,iD. lvlolrris, Swopef E.Tl:louirinoy, Rarilis, R. Simpson, J. Jordan. The lndusTrial ArTs and ShuTTerbugs Club was one above. LaTer in The year added pressures forced The of The sTrangesT in school This year. AT The beginning disbanding of The group enTirely: however, on Novem of The year Mr. Bowman. The club's adviser, combined ber I5 when This picTure was Taken. The club was in Two of lasT year's clubs inTo The single group picTured exisfence. FUTURE FARMER S OIF AMERICA Fronl' - R. ShulTz. Row I - U. Parker, J. Dewey, G. Bucklew, R. Johnson, J. Donovan, J. Foufs, D. Burd'e'H'e, G. King, M. Shene field, G. ShulTz, P. Ramsey. Row 2 - D. Segner, C. Bachelor, K. Terry, S. Shulh, E. Freeman, W. Bradley, K. Deel, J. Shaw, R Coalxley, J. FouTs, C. Smifh, P. Breece, J. HarTer, J. Call, J. VanBuslrirk, Mr. Beougher. The urposes of F. F. A. are To pracTice broTher- hood, hionor. rural opporTuniTies and responsibiliTies and develop Those qualifies of leadership which a fu- Ture farmer should possess. This year's program included acTiviTies such as fol- lows: supervised farming. cofmmunify service. earnings and savings, conducT of meeTings. scholarship. recrea- Tion and public relafions. The fufure farmers have a cerTain inTricaTe poinT sysTem which is based on The ideas lisTed above. The boys in This club work cooperaTively wiTh The advisors and fellow club members Toward The earninq of poinTs which meriT awards and leTTers. Each boy carries on his own individual proiecfs which They can choose from The following: dairy ani- mals, dairying be-ef azniimals. swine, sheep. beans. corn and wheaT. The officers for This year were president Roger SchulTz: vice-presidenf, Bob Johnson: secrefary. Ed Black: Treasurer. Jim FouTs: reporfer. Jerome Donovan: senfinel, Jon Foufs: sTudenT advisor, Don BurdeH'e: poinT recorder, James Van Buslcirk. and The faculfy ad- visor. Mr. Beougher. ETUTTURE TEACHER OE AMERICA Row I: M. Plogher, K. Thornbury, J. Baker, S. HasTy, P. Thomas, A. Toney, M. Ska'lz, M. Vance, E. Van Der VoorT, M. Hil- born, S. Elder, B. Culver. Row 2: S. Shackelford, D. Bump, N. KnighT, V. RoberTs, J. Pope, N. Harris, S. Espenshied, J. FelTs, S. Keller, J. Rame , C. Lowry, P. Clark, T. Sell, B. Elder, C. Hahn, M. Bigony. Row 3: P. Piper, P. Fidler, L. Turney, B. Gale. L. Harris, J. Crowl N. Jones, N. Wickham, C. Brown, N. Osborn, B. McNamee, F. AlTer, J. Jones, S. TrouT, B. Perfect Row 4: J. Seidl, N. Slagle, B. Jaccaud, A. Grayson, M. Evans, P. Glaze, M. Green, B. Robbins, L. Bobula, J. Green, J. Reed. J. Burris, C. Ellis, L. Bayliff, J. Allen, J. DeWalT, N. Clipson, D. Ramey. Row 5: A. Heinlen, A. Johnson, L. Carlisle, A. Hackel. K. Evans, P. Rayburn, J. Melvin, L. Johnson, B. Shearman, C. Blair, A. Ross, C. Frye, P. Harper, P. SmiTh, S. Jackson. Row 6: K. Hirning, B. BarTon, K. Hardin, H. Hearn, J. Reed, J. Merrill, Mr. MoisT, S. Fleshman, J. Grey, S. GaTTon, N. Glaze, M. CI'BhOI'. The FuTure Teachers AssociaTion meT every Three weeks on The new acTiviTy schedule Tollowed by all clubs This year. The oTTicers, Frances AlTer - presi- denT, Linda Johnson - vice-presidenT, Nancy Clipson -secreTary, Sharon TrouT - Treasurer, and Nancy Wickham - hisTorian, began The year wiThouT The help oT The club advisor, Mr. MoisT. UnTiI Mr. MoisT reTurned Trom his AusTralian exchange Teaching, Mrs. James and Miss WhiTTed assisTed in planning The meeTings. IT is The cusTom To have a speaker aT all meeTings excepT in special siTuaTions such as iniTiaTion. These spea ers are usually engaged in some Type of educa- Tional work. They discuss The Type oT work in which They are employed and answer an quesTions The members may have abouT iT. AT The 1?irsT meeTing The F. T. A. heard Trom Three new Teachers aT Willis, Mr. Frohner, Mrs. Barger, and Mr. Creasy. They gave The group TirsT impressions oT The school and iTs sTudenTs. During Tollowing meeTings The TuTure Teachers heard Trom Tour sTudenT Teachers, Dr. George Crowl, pro- Tessor oT geology aT Ohio Wesleyan, and Dr. Jarvis STewarT, proTessor oT arT aT Ohio Wesleyan. The annual iniTiaTion was held on OcTober 30. AbouT ThirTy-Tour members were iniTiaTed Trom The Treshman. sophomore, iunior and senior classes. Taking parT in This candle-lighT ceremony were The advisor, The oTTicers, and a represenTaTive Trom each class. One oT The service proiecTs underTaken by The F. T. A. members during The year was sTudenT Teach- ing aT Carlisle School. AbouT a dozen girls Took over classes Tor a week while The regular Teachers were aT- Tending meeTings. ln addiTion To This many sTudenTs subsTiTuTed Tor Willis Teachers during The year when emergencies arose One oT The obiecTives oT This club is To acguainT The member who is inTeresTed in Teach- ing wiTh ThaT proTession. The ToTal membership in The club during This school year was 75. Many OT The graduaTing members ex- pressed The inTenTion oT going ahead in The Teaching profession. T NATTUNA L HONOR SOCCIJETY Row I: Mr. Hopkins, Mr. TrouT, L. Evans, A. Cavanie, Mrs. PaTingele, F. AlTer, K. Evans, N. Clipson, J. Jones, N. Wickham- 5- TrouT, N. Harris, Mr. MoisT, W. Graham, D. Barringer, Miss WhiTTed, Mr. Graham. The TwenTy-Third annual NaTional Honor SocieTy in-iTiaTion was held on March 8 in The audiTorium. AT This Time TiTTeen seniors became members of The Willis High School ChapTer of NaTional Honor SocieT . The honor is given by The TaculTy To noT more Than 1hTTeen per cenT of The graduaTing class. QualiTies Taken inTo consideraTion are characTer. scholarship, leadership, and service lnTroducTory remarks were made by Mr. Graham. who is The chairman oT The TaculTy sponsoring com- miTTee. Miss WhiH'ed read The names oT The new mem- bers anid gave Their ouTsTanding acTiviTies during high school. Mr. MoisT made The presenTaTion of The class. and The response was given by Mr. Graham. Mr. Hopkins Then inTroduced The speaker. Mr. John TrouT who gave The address. As is The cusTom The TaculTy enTerTained The new members aT a luncheon aT Bun's resTauranT aTTer The iniTiaTion service. The NaTional Honor SocieTy is sponsored by The NaTional Asso+ciaTion oT Secondary School Princi als. There are some 5,000 cha Ters in high schools oTPThe UniTed STaTes. IT is The TForemosT high school honor socieTy of The counTry. In The TwenTy-Three ears of The NaTional Honor SocieTy oT Willis High gchool. 356 pupils have been iniTiaTed-I46 boys and 2lO girls. In I952 a new polic was adopTed by The TaculTy Tor The elecTion oT members. ln order To Take The voT- ing ouT ol: The realm oT The subiecTive a raTing sysTem was devised. The upper Third oT The graduaTing class -Those eligible Tor NaTional Honor SocieTy - were raTed on The basis oT The qualiTicaTions menTioned. The sTudenTs were Then ranked 'From one To ThirTy-Tive in order of Their raTing. and These ranks were added TogeTher To geT The sTudenT's ToTal sTanding in These qualiTicaTions. The NaTional Honor SocieTy originaTed in I92l. and To Edward Rynearson. a graduaTe of Ohio Wes- leyan UniversiTy. goes much oT The crediT Tor The founding oT The socieTy. Members of The NaTional Honor SocieTy commiTTee were Mr. Graham, Miss WhiTTed, Mr. MoisT. and Mrs. PaTingale. They were assisTed by Mrs. Wyss. VOCCATIIONAL INDUSTRIAL J. Jones, G. Woods, J. Cox, D. Corwin, B. PhiIpu+, N. Davenporf, H. Rucker, R. Thompson, Mr. Bowman. This organizaiion is made up of s1'udem's in vo- The iwo big even+s for The club 'rhis year were 'rhe cafional iraining. The Willis club is a cha 'fer of +he em loyer-employee banquer held in March and 'rhe sfale club and was organized al' rhis high, school in cluE's annual +rip fo Defroir on April I-3. The officers I95I. included under The Trade and indusirial secfions were Harry Maggard, presidenf: Glen Wood, vice- of fhe club is DCT-Diversified Co-operafive Train- president Bill Philpur, freasurer: John Jones, secre- ing. This uni+ gives members an opporiunify fo work iary and Nelson Davenport sergeanf-al'-arms. Mr. al' a iob as parr of 'rheir iraining. Bowman is fhe advisor. Row I: L. Morgan, E. Benneff, B. Morgan, R. Levings, K. Jackson. Row 2: M. Pickens, B. Hall, M. Barion, A. Barker, B. Smi+h, S. Poulfon, B. Murfield, W. Samons, J. Jervis, L. Hill, S. Mead, D. Organ. This club consis'rs of pupils who wish fo discuss and The officers of The clula for 1956-57 were Lois promoie +he basic principles of Chris+iani+y. This year lgl?1:ii?' Eggfgjplffrlgzggielilllli lifellpnisldenll Evelyn ills 0r9anlZa'l'l0"' has had regular meeilngs in which porferp 'and Barbayra Hall, dilrecllor ofeliyhgris anr?dNBilBTe rhe rnembers presenfed programs of music and dis- reardiilng. Mrs. Barger has counseled The group fhrough- cussion. ' ou e year. ss T REC CENTER Row I: L. Johnson, Mr. MoisT. Row 2: B. Gale, S. TrouT, B. McNamee, B. BarTon, K. Jones, J. Reed, J. Green, S. Pope, J. Crawl, T. Sell, S. Geesman. Row 3: S. George, B. Hopper, T. Driggs, L. Hall, J. Denison, T. Longwell, B. STrimer. The youTh recreaTion commiTTee was founded in I945 by The work oT a group oT seniors in Problems oT Democracy classes To provide a place Tor The high school sTudenTs To go Tor good clean enTerTainmenT. The "Rec" was ori inally locaTed in The Fish and Game Club rooms in Tie downTown secTion. buT soon moved To The basemenT of WesT School. Crowded condiTions There forced The cenTer To close for a pe- riod of several monThs, buT 'finally The "Rec" was re- opened in iTs presenT quarTers aT The old NorTh School Building. Available aT The "Rec" are dancing, pool. Table Tennis. card games. checkers, and many oTher amusemenTs. Linda Johnson was The chairman of The commiTTee Tor This year. IELCLAN Row I: C. Geesman, T. MasTers, L. Hall, J. Morris, D. Tompkins, M. PaTrick, L. Hopper, B. Hopper, G. Morris, B. Burns, T. Cowan. Row 2: B. GallanT, B. RoberTs, V. Ward, D. HarTer, J. NiberT, J. Dewey, J. Blain, J. Dewey, C. SheeTs, G. Miller, B. MonTgomery, B. Bosserf. Row 3: Mr. Coyle, B. Johnson, J. FouTs, M. Seidl, L. Gale, B. YenT, T. Heineman, C. Claphan, T. Rybolf, H. Rhodes, J. Van Buskirk, D. Gale, E. Black, J. Donovan, K. Jackson, D. LandsiTTel, L. Williams. The D-Clan is an organizaTiorn made up of all Willis aThleTes who have won a varsiTy "D" during high school. LeTTers are given Tor work in TooTball, baskeT- ball. baseball. Tennis, Track and golf. Upon winning a leTTer, The boy auTomaTically be- comes a member of The D-Clan. The winning of The "D" requires maior parTicipa- Tion in a varsiTy sport Only one leTTer is given To an aThleTe. ATTer winning a leHer a gold bar is received Tor each year of parTicipaTion. The capTains receive a gold sTar To add To Their leTTers. The officers Tor The year were residenT, John Morris: vice-presidenT, Dave Tompkins: secreTary- Treasurer. Mickey PaTrick. Mr. Co le sponsored and guided The club Through The ear. The boys sold popcorn and programs aT The TooTball games. THIESPTIANS s Row I: M. Teele, J. Pope, F. AlTer, S. Troui, S. Espenshied, N. Clipson, J. STrimer, J. Allen. Row 2: Mr, Frohner, L. Carlisle, J. Jones, K. Evans, M. Greene, L. Baylfif, A. Hackel, B, PerfecT, J. Seidl, Mrs. Hearn. Row 3: P. George, E. Bigony, J. Allen, J. JeweH', B. Gross, D. Mooney, J. Morris, J. Merrill, B. Maxwell. As in previous years The Thespians of Troup 420 worked hard. The Tirsf scheduled play was "The Divine Flora." presenTed in November. ln addiTion several of The Thespians acTed in The 'freshman one-acT plays which were given in February. These plays were "Who GeTs The Car TonighT," "IT Girls Asked Boys Tor BOOTH AN D DaTes." "AnTic Spring." and "Once in a Blue Moon.' An all boy casT presenTed The "Caine MuTiny CourT- lv1arTial" in The spring. The oTTicers of This group were Bill Gross, presi- denT: Ed Bigony, vice-presidenT: Lynda Bayliff. secre- Tary, and Sandy Espenshied, Treasurer. The sponsors were Mrs. Hearn and Mr. Frohner. STAGE CREWS Row I: C. SmiTh, B. Wilson, B. Mackley, J. Holmes, J. Free Row 2: J. Ballard, C. Fogle, D. Baird, Mr. Slasor, P. George, Morris, J. Crawford. STage and booTh work is a special acTiviTy which oTTers many inTeresTing and varied iobs Tor senior high boys who are inTeresTed. One of The main purposes oT The sTage crew is To Train more boys in The work so ThaT all oT The work will noT be carried by iusT a Tew. OTher obiecTives are To improve The sTage TaciliTies, Teach The inexperienced members more oT The iobs. man. J 2 T f l iw, , , STanding: B. Jones, D. Segner, D. Morris, J. Downie. FronT: J. LiggeTT, J. Crawford. and make The crew more eTTicienT in Their work. The sTage and booTh manager receives, one crediT Tor his sTage work, and The assisTanT manager receives one-half crediT Tor his sTage work. All oTher crew mem- bers receive one-TourTh crediT. The crew work is under The supervision oT Mr. Slasor, sTage and boofrh advisor. FRENCH ll and H Row I: P. Thomas, F. AlTer, B. Culver, L. Dickey, N. Wickham, Miss Bussard, M. Reed, J. De Walf, N. Harris, M. Hilborn, D. Bump, H. Flemming. Row 2: D. Mooney, T. Maslers, B. Burns, L. Longwell, M. Greene, S. Dorsey, S. Espenshied, S. Wygle, M. Spencer, N. Osborn, S. Ross, A. Grayson, M. Evans, S. Simpson, M. Sheefs, S. Hagaman, B. Jaccaud, J. Crawford, D. Corwin. The French clubs are made up OT The pupils in French I and French Il classes. The clubs' aims are To alliord more opporTuniTy To speak French informally and To learn more abouT The life and cusToms of French-speaking peoples. BoTh clubs were sponsored by Miss Bussard. This year's officers in The French ll club were: presidenT - Nancy Wickham, vice-presi- denT - Linda Dickey, secreTary-Treasurer - Marcia Reed and social chairman - Jean De WalT. ln The French l club JaneT Allen was presidenT: Bill RoberTs vice-preside'nTg Linda Carlisle, secrerary-Treasurer: and Alan l-lackel social chairman. The clubs' programs were builT around The monThs. ln January The members celebraTed King's Day wiTh a banquet French valenTines were a parT ol The Feb- ruary program. March broughT ouTside speakers who have Traveled in France. During April program skiTs were exchanged wiTh The WesT TourTh grade French classes. ln May The clubs celebraTed May Day wiTh a breakfast Row I: C. Hair, N. Harris, L. Carlisle, B. Roberrs, Miss Bussard, J. Allen, A. Hackel, R. Bucklew, M. Skah. Row 2: J. Crowl, S. Foor, B. Perfecf, L. Pinyerd, P. Smith, L. Hopper, A. Johnson, T. Johnson, A. Heinlen, G. Opel, P. Glaze, M. Cranor. l .ii , .. -sa -.-.,, V Row I: C. Crumb, P. Tossey, J. Bachelor, J. Dewey, Miss Bussard, P. Walden, M. Skaizes, R. Rardon, S. Jackson. Row 2: S. Hall, N. Harris, S. Espenshiecl, S. Elder, R. Levings, P. Hickok, G. Parks, M. Young, V. Robinson, S. Pope, K. Hirning, B. Barron, M. Geary, J. Melvin, R. Hagar, P. Hampfon, G. Miller, C. Hagar, B. Harper, J. Lowry. Row 3: S. Galrion, J. Grey, S. 1Ross,kB. Duffy, G. Morris, K. Jackson, J. Carnes, H. Rhodes, J. Denison, C. Geesman, W. Carnes, S. Pefrick, M. Pafrick, . omp ms. There Were Three Spanish ClUl3S JflWlS Yeal' - JYWO Esirellas Clarasf' The officers of fhis group were Lincla Spanish l clulos anol a Spanish II club. Miss Bussarcl Longwell. presicleni: Nancy Slagle, vice-presicleni, was Their sponsor. Mary An-n Sheers, secreiary-Jrreasurer: and Beisy Shear- The Spanish ll Club was called "Los Amigos Es- man' Social Chairman' Th h ' " panolesf' The officers were Phyllis Walden. president . e 0+ er Sparllsli l groklp Called ihemselves l-TS Amigos Espanoles. The officers were Mary Bess Hul- John Dewey' Vlceipresiclenil Judy Grey' Secreiary- born, president Sue l-lasly, vice-president Marilyn Treasurer' and 'lane Melvm' Soclal Clqalrman' Evans, secreiary-Treasurer: and Jennie Courier, social One of ihe Spanish I Clubs called Jrhemselves "Los Chgirman. l Row I: J. Oberander, C. Courier, W. Murfield, M. Hilborn, Miss Bussard, L. Longwell, B. Simpson, D. Keifh, N. Price. Row 2: L. Laurie, L. Hamilion, D. Robinson, J. Courier, C. Byrd, B. Jaccaud, M. Evans, M. A. Sheeis, M. Harinell, H. Daw- son, L. Harris, D. Ramey, P. Rupe, S. Marlin, T. Malher. J. Miichell, S. Hasfy, L. Barreff, W. Ebrighi-, D. Bosier. Row 3: S. Dorsey, J. LiggeH, J. Hofiman, F. Banks, S. Buzard, B. Shearman, S. Fleshman, E. Kern, B. Welch, D. Dickey, P. Lazdins, H. Flemming, N. Slagle, M. Smiih, N. Osborn, F. Scarry. 60 LATIN and H Row I: B. Monigomery, B.. Maxwell, Mrs. Evans, J. Reed. Row 2: M. Rider, J. HuTchisson, S. Ross, J. Green, C. Ellis, J. Hudson, L. Schaffner, C. Fisher, M. Spencer, J. Cain, C. Deyo, B. Lobdell, P. Rayburn, L. Bobula, P. Finch, S. Kellar, D. OKeeFe, K. Thornbury, M. Householder. Row 3: H. Hearn, N. Glaze, K. Hardin, D. Baird, G. Bauman, B. Wilson, J. Brown, J. Gross, T. Rybolf, S. Jackson, J. Arnold, L. Hall, S. Lowe, B. Ufferman, D. Hopkins, G. McDonald. There were Tour class periods oT LaTin This year, Two periods oT LaTin I and Two periods oT LaTin II. Each class, considered a LaTin Club. elecTs oTTicers and meeTs once a monTh. LaTin l presidenTs were Mariorie Hopkins and Torn Cowan. LaTin ll presidenTs were Judy Reed and Bob ivlonTgornery. Each year The LaTin Clubs aTTend The Junior Clas- sical League STaTe ConvenTion held in Columbus. This year The convenTion was held on March 29. Willis LaTin Clubs had charge of The PubliciTy Workshop which included a proiecT display and a slciT wriTTen by Carolyn Deyo. A Willis J. C. L. member, Bob Maxwell, holds The oTTice oT presidenT in The NaTional Junior Classical League. ThereTore he and a Tew oThers will aTTend The NaTional ConvenTion in Colorado Springs during The summer. AnoTher proiecT carried ouT by The LaTin Clubs This year was a ChrisTmas collecTion oi Tood and Toys Tor a needy Delaware Tamily. ln addiTion many individual LaTin sTudenTs did proiecTs in The Torm oT research or arTs and craTTs con- cerning Roman life and LaTin myThology. Row I: S. Plogher, J. King, G. Henry, E. Van Der VoorT, J. Case, A. Tony, D. GriF'FiThs, M. Jordan, B. Rapp, D. Kellar. Row 2: S. BeH's, B. Bolinger, T. Cowan, B. Maxwell, Mrs. Evans, M.Hopkins, C. Hahn, N. Moses. Row 3: T. Driggs, R. Kebker, T. Sell, V. Roberfs, A. Jeisel, T. GallanT, J. Cox, M. Dorsey, B. Elder, J. Cain, L. FH-Lgerald, P. Fidler, B. Carnes, M. Bigony, P. Harper, M. Kellar, K. McElTresh, M. Thafcher, P. Piper, K.Jones, A. Campbell, N. Moses. Row 4: A. Boeklin, L. Turney, P. Hagaman, T. Longwell, R. Clark, K. Bensley, J. LiTTle, J. Raile, K. Welch, D. Hursey, N. Schunck, R. Diensf, D. Whefsel, V. Gross, J. Burkharf, J. MaHhews, T. Fox, T. Pope, D. Bonner, E. Bills, J. DiTslear, D. Lowry, J. Marburger, J. Berry, C. Cordial. DELHI STAFF Row I: J. Fells, K. Thornbury, S. Has'l'y, J. Pope, L. Harris, F. Alfer, B. Gale, M. Vance, M. Hilborn, E. Amick, D. Slewarl. Row 2: N. Clipson, B. Maxwell, J. Merrill, Miss Benson, S. Trouf, B. Robbins. Row 3: M. Blair, L. Lawson, J. Myers, S. Arnold, A. Smil'l1, S. Espenshied, L. Dickey, N. Harris, B. Culver, N. Wickham, N. Slagle, J. Seidl, N. Byerly, J. Srrimer, S. Elder. J. Allen, B. Perfecf, B. Johnson. Row 4: L. Carlisle, B. Bosserl, B. Burns, M. Greene, L. Dorsey, A. Johnsen, G. Parks, A. Heinlen, P. Oman, K. Evans, D. Ferguson, J. Melvin, C. Dal+on, K. Jackson, J. Grey, J. Jones. Row 5: J. Allen, J. Danison, C. Geesman, A. Ross, L. Bayliff, D. Landsilfel, D. Shaw, A. Hackel, E. Bigony, C. Blair, B. Shearman, C. Gregory, L. Johnson. These are lhe people 'rhal have made 'rhis book possible. Edi+0r ,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., ....,., J oihn Merrill Faculfy Sponsor ......,....,..,..,..,.,.,,,,,,.,.,,,.. .....,. M iss Benson Business Manager ..,..,,,,.,, ....,. B ob Maxwell Circula+ion Manager .....,. ......... S haroin Troui lden+ifica+ion Chairman ,,.., ...... N ancy Clipson Seniors and Facully Chairman ,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,, .,,,,,. B e 'Hy Robbins Crews: Business Circularion Wriiing Ed Bigony Frances Alier Kay Evans Bill Bosserl Chris Geesman Paul George Jane Melvin Lynda Bayliff Allan l-lackel Karen Thornbury Alice l-leinlen Judy Seidl ldenlificalion Jell Danison Linda Dickey Sandy Espenrshied John Jewelrl l-lazel Johnson Alice Smilh Sandy Elder Dave Landsil+el Be++y MacNamee Margarel Vance Hal Wyss Donagene Ferguson Judy Grey Naomi l-larris Judy Jones Judy Pope Nancy Wickham Jane? Allen Linda Carlisle Lynn Harris Sue l-lasly Be+sy Shearman Nancy Slagle 62 Seniors and Facul'l'y Jerry Allen Ed Bigony Barbara Culver Carol Gregory Angeline Ross Carolyn Blair Nancy Byerly Alice Grayson Linda Johnson Nancy Jones Nancy Wickham Lynda Ba liff Mary l-lilborn Dave Landsiliel Don Shaw Judy Slrimer l-lal Wyss Kay l-lirning Jud l-ludson Lincila Schaffner - POPULAR MUSIC Row I: P. Tossey, P. Walden, Miss Plum, C. Wilson, C. Warden. Row 2: D. Wilson, J.iTallringTon, P. Harnpion, C. Brown, P. Yosf, H. Jaynes, D. Byus, D. Organ, F. Jordan, J. Bachelor, F. SmiTh. Row 3: J. Jorclan, C. Vincenf, R. Simpson, G. Flour- noy, M. Buckingham, L. Jervis. The purpose oT The Popular Music Club was To billy songs. TurTher The enioymenT of all Types oT music The ThirTy- ' Th' ' lc. P ' Two members oT This organizaTion enioyed many diTTer- is Club .mi Once? every TTTTTT Wee TTYTTTS Waiden emi, fypes of music. The group paridcipaied in Singing was The presiding oTTicer Tor The year. Miss Plum was and lisTening To popular songs, Tolls songs, and hill- The TaculTy advisor. g MA1roR.MiiNoR Row l: C. Blair, S. Pope, Miss Plum, J. Ramey, M. Teele. Row 2: J. Felfs, D. Ramey, L. Harris, J. Finch, J. Crowl, N. Wick- ham. J. Allen, C. Deyo, J. Hudson, J. S'l'rimer, N. Byerly, N. Clipson, S. MaTThews, M. Young, A. Johnson, K. Evans. Row 3: B. Robbins J. Barris, L. Longwell, M. Greene, K. Hardin, D. Landsilrlel, B. Wilson, D. Baird, J. Klamfofh, B. Lowry, B. Shearman, D. Shaw, J. Grey, L. Bayliff, J. Donovan. This club grew by leaps and bounds This year. bO+l'1 and aTTended "SouTh Pacific" aT The l'larTman Thea- in membership and acTiviTies. QuiTe a Tew new pledges Ter as a group. The officers Tor The year were Janice were inviTed, and Tor The TirsT Time, boys were asked Ramey, presidenT: Susan Pope, vice-president Mary in larger numbers. The club performed aT The Mag- Judy Teele, se-creTary, and Carolyn Blair, Treasurer. neTic Springs Polio FoundaTion, gave iTs annual concerT The club is advised by Miss Plum. 63 TRIPLE TRTIO M. Teele, N. Clipson, J. STrimer, J. Jones, C. Blair, L. Bayliff, M. Sl1eeTs, S. Pope, F. AlTer. One oT The songs sung by The Triple Trio This year was "lT's a Grand NighT Tor Singing." and iT has also been a grand year Tor This choral group. The nine vocalisTs parTicipaTed in The annual ChrisTmas ConcerT aT Gray Chapel, singing "O Holy NighT." During The second semesTer, The Triple Trio and The Boys' OcTeTTe combined To Torm The Choral Ensemble which per- BUYSY OCTTETTTE Tormefd aT The l-li-Y Key Club Formal and The Junior- Senior. Jeanne FelTs was The accompanisT oT The group and wiTh The aid oT lvliss Plum, The sTudenTs did a Tine fob on such songs as "You'll Never Walla Alone" and "My Fair Lady." B. Johnson. G. Bauman, J. Niberi, L. Hopper, S. Pafriclr, S. Lowe, B. Hopper, J. Carnes. The boys' choral group gave a very good accounT OT Themselves This year. They sang "O ChrisTrnas Tree" in The annual ChrisTmas ConcerT aT Gray Chapel and many commenTed on The Tine blend OT voices. AT The beginning oT The second semesTer. The Boys' OcTeTTe ioined The Girls' Triple Trio in a Choral Ensemble. The group gave several perTorrnances including l-Ti-Y Key Club Formal and Junior-Senior. This is The Third year The Two choral uniTs have been combined and iT is The opinion of all ThaT The idea is a very good one. S NTOR HIGH CHU Row I: J. Felis, N. Byerly, N. Clipson, J. Crowl, K. Evans, S. Espenshied, D. Ferguson, C. Blair, N. Harris, J. Allen, F. Alfer, L. Bayliff, J. Grey, M. S+anley, P. Tossey. Row 2: J. Sfrimer, M. Teele, R. Hagar, A. SmiTh, N. Slagle, S. Pope, M. Green, B. Shearman, L. Johnson, M. Sheefs, L. Harris, J. Jones, B. Robbins, A. Ross, M. Young, P. Walden. Row 3: D. Baird, J. Niberl, B. Johnson, G. Bauman, S. Lowe, M. Pafrick, L. Hopper, J. Arnold, J. Hilborn, T. Carnes, J. Carnes, S. Pafriclr, R. Hopper, B. Maclrley. The Tirsl' appearance oT The Senior High Choir was aT The school's Thanksgiving assembly. This singing group was made up mosTly oT juniors and seniors along wiTh a Tew sophomores. The group was dire-cTed by Miss Plum and accompanied by Jeanne FelTs. The TirsT public appearance was aT Gray Chapel Tor The annual ChrisTmas sing. This program was pre- senTed by The choir. The Senior High Chorus, The Jun- ior High Chorus. a brass choir, The Girls' Glee Club, The Boys' OcTeTTe, and The Girls' Triple Trio. Some oT The carols were "Lo, How a Rose," "Cradle Hymn," "Rise Up Early" and "Ye WaTchers and Ye Holy Ones." The "Hallelujah Chorus" Trom The Messiah was sung by The choir. chorus, Girls' Glee Club and Tormer Willis Choir sTuclenTs. In January The band and choral groups parTici- pared in The winfer concerr. The choir sang "The Happy Wande-rer," and choral selecfions 'from "The King and l." The choral groups Then ioined The Band Tor "American Panorama" and "The BaTTle Hymn oT The Republic." The choir laTer sang Tor The religious assembly aT Easier Time. The Choral Ensemble which is composed oi The Girls' Triple Trio and The Boys' OcTeTTe was chosen from The choir in OcTober. The enTire choir Tried ouT Tor The ensemble. The lasf singing appearance Tor The enTire group was aT The Baccalaurealre service in June. GIRLS? GLTETE CLUB ROW lf D- RGNGYJM- Smlfli. S. MaHhews, C. Deyo, K. Hardin, J. Green, C. Ellis, J. Baker, J. Ramey, A. Johnson, J. De- Walt Row 2: J. Finch, C. Fisher, J. Hudson, J. Barris, H. Hearn, J. Reed, J. Cain, T. Johnson, S. Kellar, N. Harris. The Glee Club consisTs of girls chosen Trom The Senior Chorus. This was only The second year of organ- izaTion Tor This uniT oT Willis choral groups, buT iT proved iTselT To be a Tine gaThering oT singers. The girls sang in The ChrisTmas ConcerT. The band-choir concerT, and in a performance Tor iunior-high assem- bly. Janice Ramey was The accompanisT Tor This group. SENIOR ii-HGH CHORUS Row l: T. Sell, A. Campbell, C. DisbenneTT, B. Elder, P. FichTner, C. Cordial, V. Gross, E. Gruber, C. Glaze, K. McElfresh, C. Hahn, S-. Marlin, B. Johnson, K. Bolen. Row 2: P. Harper, J. Hoffman, N. Jackson, R. Levings, N. Owen, E. Kern, J. BurlxharT, N. Moses, L. Fihgerald, P. Cain, C. Crumb. Row 3: T. Fox, E. Bills, A. Boeclrlin, T. Pope, D. Dickey, L. Hall, D. Segner, L. Hamilion, M. Dorsey, D. Byerly, D. Blain, D. Bosier, J. Dewey. This choral uniT was insTiTuTed iusT Two years ago and has grown rapidly in imporTance. The group was primarily begun in order To give more sTudenTs an op- porTuniTy To parTicipaTe in choral music. IT consisTs oT Treshman and sophomores, wiTh The older sTudenTs progressing inTo The Senior Choir. Sue MarTin was accompanisT Tor The group. This year The Senior Chorus performed aT The ChrisTmas ConcerT. The band-choir concerT and in a junior-high assembly wiTh The Girls' Glee Club. LIVEWKRE This year, as in The pasT, The Live Wire was pub- lished by The junior high school. The paper included such TeaTures as The gossip column and jolces. Ar'Ticles on currenT happenings in junior high and lisTs of sTu- denTs who made honor and meriT rolls were included. Members of The junior high English classes conTribuTed original sTories and poems Tor The paper. Members of The Live Wire sTaTT drew The picTures Tor The cover and all The illusTraTions ThaT appeared. Mrs. RooT served as advisor and Rodger NuTT served as disTribuTion manager Tor The year. TIUNIIOR il-HGH INTRAMURALS is G 5 i Z rwxmafm 4... .. .I . '. Z if Kiclcball and baslceTball, which are The games played in inTramurals. have given The Junior l-ligh a chance To show Their inTeresT in sporTs and sporTsman- ship. Each oT The cores in boTh The eighTh and sev- enTh grades has a Team, and every Team plays againsT The oTher Teams in The same grade. The Junior High meeTs Tor inTramurals Two ouT oT every Three weeks under The supervision of Mr. Keller. STudenT helpers This year were Chris Geesman and Harry Rhodes Tor The eighTh grade and Larry Hopper and Roy Clark Tor The sevenTh grade. SENIOR HIGH BAN D All Delaware can be proud of fhe Willis High School marching and concerf band. The band was under 'rhe direclion of Mr. Ross, direcfor, and Mr. Jenkins, assis'ran+ direcror. The musicians and major- eHes of +he marching band played 'for Memorial Day. 'rhe Brown Jug races. and all rhe foofball games. The concerr band played rwo concerrs. The winfer concert held January 31, included 'rhe Senior High School Choir and 'rhe concer+ band. The spring concerl in May feafured +he 'Four1'h, fifrh, sixrh, junior high and senior high bands. This spring a+ 'Phe annual loanquet sponsored by y PEP BAN D Row I: C. Blair, M. Young, N. Wickham, C. Jackson, D. LandsiHeI, A. Hackel, L. Bayliff, D. Shaw, B. Shearman, Row 2 R. Diensf, K. Bensley, M. Hilborn, B. Lowry, J. Klamfofh, S. Hasfy. Row 3: J. Donovan, J. Householder, G. Parks, Mr Jenkins. 68 B, Boggeri-. J. Klamfofh D- FSVQUSOD. J. Householder, J' Jeweli- A. Smi+h, C, Bird, L. Bayliff, J- Merrill. K. Evans' N. Wickham, 5. Jackson. J. Grey. B. Robbins, N. Clipson, C. Sheefs, B. G , ross P' Thomas' B. Blair, L. Johnson, E' Blgony' J. Allen 'rhe Band Parenls Club, awards were given oul'. Those in lhe band one year gol a le'r'rer, and a bar was given for each acldilional year. The seniors received a silver lcey besides The bar. The Pep Band received much praise when il played in pep assemblies lhis year. I+ consisled of members of The senior high band. Besides Jrhe school year of band praclice, The band always plays for ice cream socials on lhe courlhouse lawn during 'rhe summer lo raise money for purchas- ing new uniforms lhe nexl year. The big evenl' of 'rhe summer is Jrhe fourlh of July concerl al Selby Field. 69 Row I: J. Grey, J. Ramey, M. Young, B. Carnes, J. Marburger, D. Bosler, B. Robbins, V. Roberis, J. Allen, N. Clipson. Row 2: W. Cross, J. Merrill, D. Landsifiel, N. Wickham, C. Sheeis E. Bigony, L. Harris, B. Ufferman, B. Bollinger R. Clark, B. Monigomery, C. Blair, E. Sfarkey, M . Bigony, M. Campbell. Row 3: K. Evans, S. Jackson, K. Hardin, V. Robinson, N. Osborn, B. McNamee, A. Smiih, D. Ferguson, H. Wyss, E. Black, B. Gallanf, G. Parks, W. Ebrighf, P. Fidler, J. Donovan, N. Pafrick, A. J-eisel, J. Case, D. O'Keefe, M. Evans, M. Hilborn, B. Lowry, L. Johnson, M. Hopkins, C. Hagar, M. Vance. Row 4: D. 70 Baird, B. Wilson, L. Sclmaffner, L. Turney, D. Griffllh, D. Wl1e'lsel, J. Cross, J. Young, P. Hageman, L. Bayliff, A. Hacliel. D. Shaw, J. Jeweii, J. Hulchisson, R. Diensf, T. Longwell, G. Miller, L. Gale, B. Burns, B. Bcsser+, L. Barre'H, R. Rardon, J. Allen, D. Lowry, K. Bensley, J. Klamfoih. Standing: Mr. Ross, M. Teele, B. Rapp, T. Gallanl, J. Householder, W. Carnes, D. Mooney, J. Cox, D. Keller, S. Hasfy, B. Shearman, Mr. Jenkins. 7l il P Z 5 Qi E r-9.u1m'u:o . . . . 0 CDTUTIQ 'A.mo1 'g 'saumg 'f' 'uaqsgg 'f' 's.Hng '3 'aeelsgq T 'uosIgM 'g 'sqeaq 'speqou 'H 'uosl!M 'g 'uJoH 'Q 'aopd 'W 'umuauueug 'O 'sgma-I T 'HnN 'H 'lueu1o6+uow 'd 'aJ,w+aM T 'sxlueg 'g 'Jaap Hapqoj 'Q 'weqxlogM 'S '6u!+uoqS 'Q :V M03 'uo4,uag 'Q 'Hag 'g 'MP-I 'd 's.laAl 'l 'qolaM 'd 'sugllnyq 'Q 'ugnyq 'Q 'uzmouo uo.h!u.lnH 'W 'lxauxlasug '1 'xpgqed 'S qqbyqg 'g 'p,9.uQg '1 'afaaxlo 'S 'uyxlayq 'W :g Moy 'uosaeg 'N 'H,ooS 'S 'Huh WH '1 'uosdu.AgS 'Q 'uauy 'M 'Ja5ug.u9g T 'lxuobgg 'g 'ddeu T 'weqa1eM 'yq 'sJaMoH 'N '4,JooA Jag UQA '3 'Japloqasno Z Moa 'uaMO 'Q 'sJaMoH 'X 'sscu 'Q 'sguoyq 'g 'samod 'yq 'uueqmg 'Q 'laxpPH 'N 'wel.IP.l5ul 'g 's.leMoH 'S 'pqea 'X :I SPORTS Row I - J. Wilson, R. Gale, E. Black, VV. Yanl, J. Fouls, R. Poullon, D. Tompkins, M. Seidl, G. MacDonald. Row 2 - J. Shaw, M. Harfley, T. Heineman, J. Dewey, L. Hopper, S-. Hall, R. Monlgomery, T. Ryboll. FOOTBALL Kneeling, Head Coach Coyle, Slanding, Co-Caplain Seidl, CoachApeI, Coach Middlefon, Coach Thomas, Co-Caplain Fouls. 74 This year's loolball squad was headed by co-cap 'rains Jim Fouls and Mickey Seidl. Head Coach Coyle. al lhe Iasl pep assembly of Ihe season, praised The boys for Iheir oulslanding spiril. The scores of Thi year's games are as follows: Seplember I4 Delaware 7 Marysville I2 Seplember 2I Delaware I2 Worlhinglon 4 Seplember 28 Delaware O Bexley 9 Oclober 5 Delaware O Urbana 28 Ocolber I2 Delaware 7 Arlinglon 46 Oclober I9 Delaware O Ivlounl Vernon 39 Oclober 26 Delaware O Grandview 20 November 2 Delaware I3 Circleville 20 November? Delaware I4 London 42 A+ +he end of 'rhe season, lineman Dick Gale wad named lo lhe All-Cenlral Buckeye League squad, and allhough he was The only Panlher receiving I'his lrib-4 ule, honorable menlion was given Io Jim Fouls, Mau-, rice I-Iarlley, Dave Tompkins, Larry Hopper, Terry Heineman, and Jerome Donovan. A+ 'rhe annual fool- ball banquel Jim Fouls was given lhe George Gaulhier award as lhe mosl valuable player on lhis year's squad. Also announced al 'rhe banquel' were nexl year's co-caplains. Larry Hopper and Terry I-Ieineman. Nexl year's squad will lealure filleen relurning Iellermen. and The Ieam members feel cerlain lhal 'rhe oullook for nexl year is brighl. This page is sponsored by Delo Screw Producls. Row I - T. Cowan, W. Harper, J. Lowry, B. Burns, S. Gale, D. Hill, J. Hilborn, D. Hopkins, D. Blain. Row 2 - C. Clapham, C Geesman, R. Burrer, T. Mashars, G. King, K. Jackson, J. Donovan, M. Pafriclr, J. Brown. Row I - H. Welch, L. Lowry, K. McBride, W. Rapp, D. Davenporf, J. Pope, H. Dawson, D. Davenport Row 2 - R. Bonner. H. Banks, T. Driggs, M. Shenefield, S. Bussard, W. Smiih, R. Spencer, C. Bachelor. 75 T Fox B Gallani J Dewey, C. Geesman, H. Rhodes, T. RybolT, L. Hopper, M. Seicll, J. Ballard Mr Cornwell BASKETBALL AT Willis il' is very easy To sa? ThaT one sporT Tol- lows anoTher in quick order. This acT is especially em- phasized by The winTer sporT. baslceTbaIl. The baskeT- ball coaches and boys do noT waiT unTil Toojrball sea- son is over To sTarT pracTicing. The only boys who sul:- Ter Trom This are The boys who play boTh sporTs. These pracTices are only The beginning. From Then on There are pracTices every day aTTer school excepT on The days The boys have games. The Willis reserve baslceTball Team was coached by lvlr. Thomas and lvlr. Cornwell. The Team was ex- clusively made up of freshmen and sophomores. These are boys ThaT will make up The TuTure varsiTy Teams. The reserve Team also had pracTice every school day. SomeTimes They had scrimmages wiTh The varsiTy squad. The reserve boys chose a capTain Tor every game, and in ThaT way more boys goT a chance aT This honor. lvlr. Cornwell was The coach ol: The varsiTy squad. This Team was made up oT sophomores, juniors and seniors. Harry Rhodes, a senior was The capTain of The squad. l-le was chosen by lasT year's boys. The oTher seniors were Chris Geesman, John Dewey and lvliclcey Seidl. This page is sponsored by lvlcElTresh and Son. 76 Row I: B. Rapp, J. Dewey, K. Bensley, T. Pope, T. Longwell, B. Uflerman, D. Hopkins T Gallanf T Thompson Row 2 Mr Tl'10mGS. E- COUNTS. R- Clark. H- BBHRS. T- Driggs. B. Mon+gomery, T. Mas+ers, A. Boeclrlln B Denfon Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware Delaware This year's scores were: Acquinas Linden Arlinglon Marysville Ml. Vernon Wesl Grandview Worllwinglon Bexley Urbana Academy Arlinglon Galwanna Mi. Vernon Columbus Grandview Bexley Urbana Tournamenl Rosary Cenfral L. Carlisle, B. Robbins. J. Seicll, J. Jones, N. Slagle, F. AlTer. CHEERLEADERS All oT The noise during pep assemblies, baskeTbalI games. and TooTball games was noT sponTaneous. Capably and spiriTedly, The Twelve Willis Cheerleaders helped bring ouT The school spiriT in everyone. ln The spring The girls who wanT To Try ouT Tor cheerleader begin pracTicing. ATTer a Tew weeks They Try ouT in TronT of The D-Clan. The TooTball and basl4eT- ball Teams, The sTudenT council. The varsiTy senior cheerleaders, and any oT The TaculTy members ThaT wish To voTe. This commiTTee chooses six Treshmen To be reserve cheerleaders and Three sophomores and Three iuniors To be varsiTy cheerleaders The Tollowing year. . Q Joan Barris was capTa1n and Kay Hardin co-cap- Tain of The reserve girls This year. They cheered Tor The reserve baslceTball games. helped wiTh pep assem- blies, arid helped sell TickeTs. The six varsiTy cheerleaders were led by c'apTain Judy Jones and co-capTain Nancy Slagle. They cheered Tor The varsiTy TooTball and baslceTball games, planned announcemenTs. sold TiclceTs, and planned The pep assemblies. Miss Pearle Wells sponsored boTh groups oT cheer- leaders This year. S. Kellar, J. Barris, K. Hardin, M. Reed, J. Green, P. Rayburn. J. Pope, J. Jones, B. Robbins, F. Alfer, S. Espenshied. AbouT TiTTeen senioir girls werre nominaTed by The TooTball Team and STudenT Council To-r The homecom- ing elecTion This year. The elecTiorn of The queen and her courT was made by The members o-T The sTudenT body. They chose BeTTy Robbins Tor homecoming queen and Frances AlTer, Sandra Espenshied, Judy Jones, and Judy Pope Tor her courT members. An assembly was held aT which The Queen and her courT were honored by The sTudenT body and various school organizaTions. A pre-game parade was also held in honor oT The queen anid her courT. lT consisTed oT HOMECUMTNG TloaTs made by various clubs., converfibles carrying The queen and her courT wiTh Their escorTs, and The high school marching band. ATTer The TooTball game a dance was held aT The high school in a Tinal recogniTion of The queen and he-r courT. During The inTermission of The dance The queen was presenTed a small TooTball inscribed wiTh all The names of The TooTball Team, and The courT members were presenTed TooTballs inscribed wiTh Their own names. P. Walden, N. Clipson, J. Jones, L. Johnson, S. Espenshied, N. Harris, B. Culver, S. Mifchell. A "W" is awarded Twice during The school year To girls who are eligible. In order To be eligible Tor a a girl musT be a iunior or a senior, she musT have parTicipaTed in aT leasT nine sporfs during her high school career, and she musT raTe high in sporTsman- ship, leadership. Tellowship, characTer, and parTicipa- WfGTRLS Tion. The W-Teen SporTs CommiTTee voTes by secreT balloT on all girls who are eligible for a The resulTs of This elecrion are announced aT The W-Teen SporTs NighT which is held during The Tall and spring oT each yea r. Row I: R. -Ufferman. B. Duffy, J. Denfon, G. Morris, J. Dewey, K. Beasley R. Gallanf. G. McDonald D Hopluns Row 2 Mr. Micldlefon, T. Rybolf, J. Holmes, J. Hilborn, J. Dewey, H. Rhodes, C. Geesman, L. Gongler S Bussard P Granf H BASEBALL Under fhe leadership of a new head coach, Mr. Apel. l'he 'Ieam hoped +o bring home anolher C. B. L. championship Irophy. Senior members of 'I'his year's squad included John Dewey. pifche r and oulrfielder: Chris Geesman. caI'cher: Harry Rhodes. piI'cher and lirsl baseman: and Bob Johnson. oufliielder and second baseman. The schedule for Ihis season's games was as follows: April April April April April April April April april a May May May May May 4 I2 I3 I6 I8 -20 23 26 30 3 7 I0 II I4- I7 Columbus Cenlral Grandview. Marion Harding MI. Vernon Worlhinglon Cincinnali Taylor Urbana Upper Arlingfon Bexley Grandview MI. Vernon Urbana- Sl. Charles ' , Upper Arlinglon Bexley 80 Row I W Rapp A George J. Liggeii, J. Jordon, J. Donovan, R. Bonner, R. Poulfon, T. Pope, H. Dawson. D. Wardle. Row 2 Mr Coyle J Jones L. Gale, J. Foufs. L. Hopper, T. Masfers, R. Monfgomery, L. Hull, A. Boecklin, M. Pefriclz, T. Cowan T Winslup T Thompson. Building and expansion were 'ihe 'rwo phases of The lrack program mosl' emphasized This year. Unlorlun- afely, Jim Niberl, our s+ar man las+ year, was ineligi- ble 'l'o compere 1'his year. buf four oiher boys, Dor- rence Hill. Larry Hopper. Gary Miller. and Mickey Palrick relurned 'lhis season +o form The backbone of our 'l'eam. ln addilion. a new +rack program was eslablishecl for 'rhe junior high boys. This program was se? up on an inlramural basis: +he sevenrh grade cores com- pefed wifh each o+her.l as did 'lhe eigh+h grade cores., in afler school meels a+ Communiry Field. The iunior high boys were coached by Mr. Coyle. The varsiiy leam. grades nine 'rhrough fwelve. were also under The supervision of Mr. Coyle. These boys compeiecl wi+h olher feams in +he Arlingfon Relays. rho Cen+ral Buckeye League Meef, and The Dislricf Conresr. 8l TRACK D. Dorsey, M. Seidl. D. Tompkins, D. Lanclsiffel, C. Sheefs, W. Bosserf. W. Roberfs. K. Deel, Mr. Cornwell. TTENNTIS Tennis is one oT The imporTanT Willis spring sporTs, and any hard working member oT The Team knows The long hours oT pracTice required. Mr. Cornwell. The Tennis coach. can be seen aT The courTs Twice a week during The spring Training The squad. The neTTers us- ually spend Their week-ends and spare Time pracTic- ing and perTecTing Their Torm. LasT year The Team wound up in Third place in The C. B. L. league. Three seniors, Mickey Seidl, Bill Bos- serT and CarleTon SheeTs reTurned This year To Tinish Their high school Tennis. Two juniors, Dave LandsiT+eI and Bill RoberTs also reTurned. These Tive boys wiTh more help worked Tor a C. B. L. vicTory. T Row I: M. Dorsey, T. Gallant M. Thafcher, J. Wilson, J. Downie, S. Dorsey. Row 2: R. Pafrick, T. Longwell, R. Morrison, R. Hopper, D. Mooney, J. MaT+l1ews, G. Miller, J. Cross. GOLF The 1957 golf squad had The advanTage oT prac- Ticing aT The Delaware CounTry Club. Mr. Visci was assisTed in his coaching duTies by Mr. Wayne Byers and Mr. John Brown, local golf experTs. During The I956 season. Willis had no oTTicial C. B. L. meeTs, buT This season bro-ughT several. The only reTurning Tee man was Bob Hopper. a senior. WiTh The advanTage oT a closer golf course The Team made a good showing in The C. B. L. league. Row I: T. Aclrley, W. Wilson, K. Brown, C. Horn, D. Evans, A. Flemming, T. Campbell, R. George, J. Repp. Row 2: F. Salf- marsh, B. Lorish, B. Wilson, D, Welsh, B. Sfrimer, T. Pope, R. Ross, K. Hall, C. Townsel. Row 3: F. Colwell, J. Robinson, D . Daurer, C. While, T. Flemming, D. Berrram, J. Scheiderer, G. Buckingham, K. Sanderson. IIUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL Abou? 75 sevenlh and eighih grade boys parlici- il'W0UQl'0Ul' llle Season' A paied in This year's junior high foolball program. The boys Separated mio four Squads made up of bolh sevenih and erghlh graders of equal sirengrh. Coach Mlddleion Said 'lllal fha' Program WGS VGVY These reams baffled each orher Jrhroughoul 'rhe sea- successful because of Jrhe enrhusiasm and good aHi- son. Since lhe reams were equal, no one squad could 'rude of ihe boys and because of ihe lack of injuries win all of Their games- Row I: B. Haefling, J. Burlcharf, B. Carson, J. Richards, P. Srewarr, J. Thaicher, B. Ullom, S. Pra'H. Row 2: V. Hill, B. Wilson, C. Neuman, J. Borland, P. Ma++l1ews, R. Hoffman, R. Roberls, J. Lee, J. Bright M. Oller, D. DeVries. Row 3: R. Price, B. Wilson, T. Thomson, F. Monlgomery, H. Bonner, D. Wickham, D. Keeran, L. Van Buslcirk, W. Banks, R. Williams, L. Caudill, B. Wanzo, R. Boham. 83 Row I: W. Waison, T. Aclrley, W. Wilson, D. Evans, D. Welch, B. Lowry, B. Sfrimer. Row 2: C. Townsend, D. Berfram, K. Sanderson, Mr. Cornwell, J. Robinson, J. Means. Tweniy-'Five boys weni gui' for iunior high baslcer- and played shori' games ai rhe end of each praciice. ball 'rhis year. Under +he leadership of Mr. Thomas Toward 'rhe end of Jrhe season 1'he +eam played 'rwo and Mr. Cornwell, 'rhe 'ream played mosily on an in- inierscholasiic games wiih Mi. Vernon. Alfhough 'rhey framural basis. By doing Jrhis 'rhey had much 'lime 'ro losl' boih games, 'ihe squad gained much experience drill on fundamenials. They divided info four 'reams in 'rhai' Type of comperiiion. Row I: J. Briqhf, J. HieH, M. Aller, B. Ullom, J. Lee, T. Bolens, B. Vance, V. Hill, T. Carl, D. Wilson. Row 2: B. Wilson, J. Richards, B. Carson, F. Monigomery, R. Price, B. Wilson, T. Thompson, P. Siewarl, S. PraH. 84 SCCHOUL LIUFIE 86 W 4 l 2 K S.. M 'Q we 1 Y I I ' '90 1 5 1 This was lhe year l957. The school was Willis. I+ was all fad: lhere was no liclion. The slory was good and no+-so-good, buf if was all here. We of lhe Delhi slaff hope you en- joyed yourself as you iourecl our I957 high school. 92 ADVERTISEMENTS , W '4f,,,,xN: ! -3 32 is Q 6? 25 9 8 25 5 25 Y: Z2 +2 50 ?Z 2 Q Z 3: fa !: 9? 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