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

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I l Q 1958 DELHI OP FRANK B. WILLIS HIGH SCHOOL DELAWARE, CHIC PRESENTS 6. w S f"'w 1 4f'5f1L? .wears Q' ny, I 1 ,fy . . V. M ,A 1 Q, , -51 'ki 61 ,X . U K M gl, .1 K -. . X ff'- 'f "' F, if 1 ,S , .33 x ' :if t 5 fs ,ge ww' 3 u N ' fu SERS. ri i in 1 ' 3 an rl K. .- a W. i gl-.- .m- 4- f ,, big? X fi 5, fx 4 4 4 l f i ' 3 v ,Q '- X - .a hx? Q5 if H. 1?3f,R ,X My . 5 My . FRANK B. WILLIS PAN HER W-5!:s??!2.,, .K . Q M N af 1 gp, S . 'Y W5 g,',,,,, ., 'W WiV-:!'5-'iif'-jiiiiigjzz'21553: ' 5 ' Q -as-351 ' :iw 'Gel W1 TEf?:g:Qag,m.. - ff:-if sz-:Mfg--ew its-ww zu.. ,ny M ,L f ,317 , AL ,m.,Z QQ' v,,w.K.-51Hx.:,:,L, - WZ M' - Ha 55 -'5!?"?ZS:'5-1.',:.5i"SJ':iY:'if!g' , , , Q , 'f --vfa vffwfw M17 ,asiffgvag -HW m b 5 I M ,W . pl 1 nhl: lim, if-g?442g?Q:4s.1.,-f QL ., ' , , MS' l-gf5yfKi,g,2m:"f3-', ff M1 g K , 'saga , . , ,Va X .fmgnsfiwgxsimflwz,ef , H f , ' 1 . 'Q' Mx, W A ,fl . ., fx f i L ,wg-fs" ' Q -, -:fit-'zigzag V QW? 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Mt TABLE OF CONTENTS Trtle Page Table of Contents ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Mr Hopklns and M1ss Wlutted Mr Graham and Mr V1sc1 Faculty 1 Board of Educatlon and Teachers Execut1ve Comm1ttee SENIOR HIGH Alma Mater Sen1or Song Senrors Iumors Sophomores Freshmen Student Councll and Student Body Officers Sen1or Commlttees and Jumor Class Commlttee Audltonum and Gym Lrbrary and Cafeterla Lan uages Ma and Sc1ence Arts and Skrlls Soc1al Studres ACTIVITIES W Teens H1 Y and Key Club Natronal Honor Socxety Future Teachers of Amerlca Future Farmers of Amerlca 52 Future Homemakers of Amerlca 53 54 55 16 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 38 39 40 41 42 43 46 47 48 49 National Forens1c League Thespians Booth and Stage Crews H M. S Pinafore 56-57 Delhr Staff Gazette Ed1tor1al Board and Qu1ll and Scroll 59 W Guls D Clan Mayor Mmor and Popular Mus1c Latm Clubs French Clubs Span1sh Clubs Industrxal Arts and Sc1ence Club Recreat1on Commlttee and Youth for Chrrst Sen1or H1gh Cho1r Sen1or H1gh Chorus and G1rls Glee Club Tnple Trro and Boys Octette Sultans of Sw1ng Band Athletlcs Football Homecommg Cheerleaders Basketball ,Baseball Track Golf and Tenn1s JUNIOR HIGH Elghth Grade Seventh Grade Band and Orchestra Basketball Core SCHOOL LIFE Calendar SENIOR SUPPLEMENT Wllly Advertrsements 72 76 78 79 82 83 88 89 90 91 95 96 100 101 107 108 109 132 ,::is2FE5StF?k' '- . siifitlf -. a t :- 'gf r fe if , FX El Mt A V Jr , ,,, ,,., ' , ' H52 9 1.42, ,N M' - - , 1 : W' "fg- 'WW - ' V. if r,gkg,s2 . . . . . . . 1 ' 925 - - zzq ' W: :5.,:':l:fi. 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A sz, - M - 41::! Q1:sXQ::fawU, iff. -W 1 za 1qf'9'+-W 5 lVIISS DOROTHY WHITTED Simson College, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Supervisor of Instruction Senior English and Literature Dorothy Whitted's major responsibility is that of articulating the course of study in all the city schools. Since 1933 she has been an instructor in the department of education at Ohio Wesleyan University. The past year she wrote two articles for publication in the field of language arts. She also was on the program at the last National Council of English Teachers. MR. CARL L. HOPKINS University of Akron, B.E. Ohio State University, M.A. Northwestern University Ohio Wesleyan University Superintendent of Delaware City Schools Carl L. Hopkins has been a familiar figure around the Delaware City Schools for a number of years. Twelve of these he spent as Principal of Willis. As superin- tendent, Mr. Hopkins. has still had time to be an active member and leader in Dela- ware Civic organizations and of Ohio Schools. He is a member of the Central District Athletic Board. 6 MR. LEONARD A. VISCI Miami University, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Assistant Principal junior High Supervisor Audio-Visual Supervisor Leonard Visci was, prior to 1955, assist- ant principal of the junior high, and a mem er of the Willis athletic department. Since 1955, his new duties include junior high supervisor, audio-visual supervisor, and assistant principal. MR. THOMAS D. GRAHAM Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., M.A. Principal Thomas D. Graham has been principal of Willis High School for three years. Before that he was a teacher of physics and chemistry at Willis for 25 years. He has been instructor in the Department of Education at Ohio Wesleyan University since 1943. 1 7 Mrs. A. B. Albertson Ohio Wesleyan University B.A.-junior Mathematics Mr. Jack H. Barger Concord College, Athens, W. Va., B.S. in Education 8th Science, 9th General Science, 9th Biology Mrs. Jack H. Barger Concord College, Athens, W. va., B.S.-English Literature, Chairman of Iunior Class 2 Miss Olatha Benson Bliss College, B.S. in Education, University of Cincinnati, Miami Univer- sity-Business Education, Office Practice, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing, Delhi Advisor Mr. C. E. Beougher Ohio State University, B.S. and M.S., Wittenberg, Colorado A. and M., Michi- gan State-Vocational Agriculture Mr. Dale Bowman Kent State University, B.S. and M.E., Lincoln Electric Welding School, Stout Insti- tute-Industrial Arts Miss Esther Burrer Ohio University, B.A., Western Reserve University, B.S. in L.S.-Librarian Miss Dorothy K. Bussard Ohio Wesleyan University B.A. and M.A., Ohio State University-Modern Languages Mr. Delmar Cornwell Muskingum College, B.A., Physical Education, Intra- mural Director, Head Bas- ketball Coach, Golf Coach Ir. High Football Coach Mr. Richard Coyle Ohio State University, B.S. -Health and Physical Edu- cation, Head Football Coach, Track Coach Mr. Kenneth B. Creasy Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.-Social Studies, Forensics Mrs. A. W. Elliott University of Toledo, Uni- versity of Michigan, A,B. Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio State University, Pennsylvania State College -Mathematics 8th Mrs. Earl E. Evans Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., American Academy in Home-Latin, Forensics Mr. Raymond F. Felts Ohio VVesleyan University, B.A., M.A., Ohio State Uni- versity-Mathematics, Algebra I, II, and III, Plane and Solid Geometry, Trigo- nometry, Faculty Manager of Athletics, School Treasurer Miss Hortense Harter Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Ohio State University -Ninth Grade English Mrs. N. S. Heam Ohio VVesleyan University, A.B.-English, Speech, Dramatics Mrs. Dorothy Heinaman Mount Holyoke College, B.A., Ohio State University -7th and 8th Grade Core Mrs. Paul Hulbert Miami University, B.A.- Home Economics Mr. Kenneth B. jenkins Ohio University, B.S.- lnstrumental Music Mrs. William E. Jones Ohio State University, B.S. in Home Economics-Home Economics I and II, Business Education Mr. Paul Keller Ohio Wesleyan University, Ohio University, B.S.- Iunior High Mathematics Miss Ella A. McCarley Ohio State University, B.S., Franklin University, LLB.- Commercial Arithmetic, Business English, Bookkeeping Mrs. john H. McMinn Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Ohio State University, M.A.-Iunior High Social Studies and Language Arts Mr. Hugh Meabon Hiram College, Kent State, B.S., M.E., Westem Reserve, Ohio State University- Guidance Mr Raymond R Mlddleton Ohlo State Un1vers1ty BA Iunror Hrgh Soclal Studles and Scrence Junror Hrgh Football Coach Head Baseball Coach Mr ShermanP Molst BA Un1vers1ty of Mrcln gan M A Problems of Democracy World Hrstory Mrs FrankM Orland Olno Wesleyan BA Um versrty of Ill1no1s M A Algebra I World Hlstory Mrs Chester Patmgale Ohro Wesleyan Un1vers1ty B A Ohro State UHlV6IS1ty M A Cleveland Art School Internatronal School of Art Mexlco Un1vers1ty of Cuate mala John Herron Art School European Semmar of Mramr Un1vers1ty Art Mlss Elrza Plum Ohlo Un1vers1ty BS Co lumb1a UHIVGISIW Choral Musrc Mr Thomasj Rearden Ohlo State UHlVCfS1ty B S 8th Scrence Ohro Hrstory Socral L1v1ng Mrs Harold C Reed Ohxo Wesleyan Un1vers1ty Ohlo State UHlV6IS1ty BS Engllsh 12C 11 10 and 9 Mlss Helen Rodefer Ohlo Wesleyan Un1vers1ty A B Iunror Hrgh Scrence and Soclal Scrence Mrs WalterL Roof Ohlo Wesleyan Un1vers1ty BA and MA Western Re serve Iumor H1gh Language Arts Mr Eugene Ross Ohro Wesleyan Un1vers1ty B A Ohlo State Un1vers1ty M A Instrumental Musrc rn Delaware Cnty Schools Mlss Marranna Russell Bob Jones Un1vers1ty B S Bowlmg Green State Um Slty Beglnnlng Typewrrtrng Advanced Typewntrng Mrs E Paul Shrsler Muskmgum College Oh1O Wesleyan Un1vers1ty Ohro State Un1vers1ty 7th Grade Core and Specral Educatron - I . ' . .Q , . , . . . .Q ' I, 9 ' 'S . 5 - 1 1 2 ' '- ' , . I I , 5 - s . - - . , . . . . - u , .:, Ohio Wesley-in University, . ., - - - ' versityg Ohio State Univer- . .5 - . . . . ' ,. ' , , . .- . . . . - ' ' , . . . - . .'."5 ' . .2" " ' .. 5 , .' 'h - . . . 7 , - .- . 7 I0 Mr. Thomas F. Slasor Ohio State University, B.S.g University of Houston, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Science-Physics, Chemistry, Science, Biology Mrs. Phillip Stanger State Teachers College, Montclair, New Jersey, A.B.g Ohio Wesleyan University, M.A.-Biology Mr. D. E. Thomas Heidelberg College, B.S.g Ohio State University4 Algebra I, II, General Mathematics Miss Pearle L. Wells Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A., Ohio State University -Health and Physical Education Mrs. Carolyn Zimmerman Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.-Junior English, junior High Social Studies and Language Arts Mrs. Homer H. Wyss Secretary, Principal Miss Mary Frances Marks Secretary, Superintendent Mrs. Raney E. Wynkoop Attendance, Cafeteria Left to rlght I Vxrtue E Clendenmg R Sherman M Law I Pope E Peebles Supt Hopkms BOARD OE EDUCATION The Board of Educat1on IS the adm1n1strat1ve body for s1x schools W1ll1s Hxgh School and the live elementary schools Boardman Conger Woodward North and Carllsle The groups functlon lnclude Eollcy formatlon evaluat1on of pOl1C1CS and pract1ces selectlon of supermtendent and regulatlon of nances Th1s years Board of Educat1on was composed of live members Mr Merle Law pres1dent Mr Charles E Peebles V1C6pI'6S1dGI1t Mr R E Glendemng Mr E Rlchard Sherman and Mr John B Pope As 1n the past years Mrs K C V1rute served as clerk The Boaxd met regularly on the second Monday of each IS keeplng adequate housmg for the ever mcreasmg school enrollment Mr Graham Mr V1sc1 Mxss Wells Mrs Patmgale M1ss Plum Mr Felts M1ss Whrtted Miss Harter Mr Mo1st TEACHER S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Teachers Executlve Commlttee 1S an adv1sory group elected by the school faculty Its dut1es mclude dec1s1ons on standards of achlevement regulauon of school p0l1C16S dealmg Wlth charlty cam pa1gns final examlnatlons assembl1es and the varlous school rules and adv1sory obl1gat1ons to the adm1n1strat1on faculty and students The commlttee was made up of n1ne members Wlllll Mr Sherman Mo1st servmg as chalrman M1ss Dorothy Whltted Mr Thomas Graham and Mr Leonard VISCI served as ex ofl'lc1o members M1ss Ellza Plum and Mr Raymond Felts were elected at the Hrst of the school year for a two year term whlle M1ss Pearle Wells MISS Hortense Harter and Mrs Chester Patmgale have completed then' second year Th1S commlttee met on the Hrst and thlrd Monday of each month I2 l ' : . 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JW ' A 5, T l? .G ' gif f , , 9.1 V, . ' , 1 .4' 'EK ki! 1 'A' 'I , , A ' "-G, .2 wh A an I3 f, 2,L,,f5qzgf.x mg Mn, .. ALMA MATER Oh, we love the Black-eyed Susan, Tho humble flower it be, And we'll often make allusion To the flower whose charms we see, For fond mem'ries it will kindle, Nor honor shall it lack, For it stands as nature's symbol Of "The Orange and the Black." In those dear old days of high school, Drinking at the mystic spring, Where we lived by gong and schedule, In school-life's enchanted ring, Clinging to our alma mater, We shielded from attack, The banner of our colors, Of "The Orange and the Black." When we've won our senior laurels And our high school days are o'er, A yearning swells within us, For the bell we hear no more, When life's cares shall have enthralled us Our hearts will wander back, To the days when that bell called us, To "The Orange and the Black." I4 l HALLS OF IVY Oh, we love the halls of ivy that surround us here today, And we will not forget though we be far, far away. To the hallowed halls of ivy every voice will bid farewell And shimmer oy? in twilight like the old vesper bell. One day a hush will fall, the footsteps of us all Will echo down the halls and disappearg But as we sadly start our journeys far apart, A part of every heart will linger here. In the sacred halls of ivy, Where we've lived and learned to know, That through the years we'll see you In the sweet after glow. I5 Edward Black "Blackie" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 23 Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Baseball 1, 23 Intramurals 3, 43 D-Clan 3, 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 43 Key Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Delhi Stai 43 Rec. Comm. 33 Radio Club 1, 2 Carolyn Skidmore Blair "Skiddy" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 23 Major-Minor 2, 3, 4, Treas. 33 Triple Trio 3, 43 Girls' Bas- ketball 1, 3, 43 Girls' Volley- ball 1, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 "W" Girls 3, 43 F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Delhi Staff 3, 4, Asst. Editor 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 2, 3, 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3,'4: Pep Club 33 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 43 Freshman Play 13 "Mikado" 13 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Divine F1ora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" 13 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 33 Senior Class Comm. 43 Fair Queen 43 Latin Club 5, Treas. 13 J. C. L. 1, 2, Janet Louise Allen "Ian" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 2g Major-Minor 2, 3, 43 Triple Trio 43 Girls' Bowling 13 Cheerleader 1, 2, Co-Captain 13 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 3, 4, Ident. 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 23 Rec. Comm 13 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, Mary Margaret Arrington 4, V. Pres. 43 Scholarship W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 47 F- H- A- Team 1, 2, 33 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 43 "Mikado" 13 "Time Out For Ginger" 23 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 23 "Divine Flora" 33 "Caine Mutiny" 33 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 Latin Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 13 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 - French Club 3, 4, Pres. 3 Nancy Kay Avery W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. c. L. 1, 2 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 4, Song Leader 33 Latin Club 1 Lynda Sue Baylili Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Majorette 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 23 Major- Minor 2, 3, 43 Triple Trio 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Tennis' 1, 23 Sports Comm. 3, 43 "W" Girls 3, 43 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 33 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 3, 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 2, 3, 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 33 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 43 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 43 "Mikado" 13 "Time Out For Ginger" 23 "Fortune ' Teller" 23 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 23 "Divine Flora" 33 "Caine Mutiny" 33 "Midsum- mer Night's Dream" 43 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Student Council 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec.3 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 4 I6 '. v 3 Betty Jane Blair "Bet" Majorette 2, 3, 43 Popular Music Club 13 Girls' Volley- ball 43 F. T. A. 13 Rec. Comm. 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 4 William Bruce Burns "Bruce" Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Tennis 1, 23 D-Clan 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 1, 23 F. T. A. 43 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lt. Gov. 43 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Delhi Staff 2, 3, 43 Shutterbugs 1, 23 Student Council 2, 43 Booth Crew 1, 2 French Club 1, 2, Sec. 13 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 4 Nancy Ellen Byerly Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 23 Major-Minor 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 13 Girls' Volleyball 13 Girls' Tennis 1' Delhi Staff 3, 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 "Mikado" Crew 13 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Divine Flora" 33 "I-I. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Latin Club 1, 2, Treas. 23 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 4 Patricia Ann Clark "Pat" Girls' Basketball 1, 4, Co- Capt. 43 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3. Q, Co-Capt. 33 Girls' BQWIIHE 1. 2, 3. 4, Capt. 33 Glrls' Tennis 23 F. T. A. 2, 3. 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 43 "Harvey" Crew 13 "Mikado" Crew 13 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 2: '.'Ffortune Teller" Crew 23 "Divine F1ora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1, 23 Science Club 3, 4 wit Judith Lynn Crowl "Judy" Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 23 Major-Minor 3, 43 Triple Trio 43 Girls' Basket- ball 4, Capt. 43 Girls' Volley- ball 1, 2, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 43 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 43 Rec. Comm. 33 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 4g Thespians 43 "Mikado" Crew 13 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 23 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Divine Flora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1.2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Scholarship Team 33 Freshman Plays 1 Lowell R. Cumston Intramurals 1 ' Carol Ann Crumb Senior Choir 43 Senior Chorus 1, 33 Girls' Glee Club 23 W-Teens 1, 43 "Mikado" 13 "Fortune Te1ler" 23 "H. M. S ginaforeu 43 Spanish Club 1, Janet Cunningham Girls' Volleyball 13 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 1 Linda Isabel Carlisle "Lizzie" Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 "W" Girls 43 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Cant. 43 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 De hi Staff 3, 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Ex. Comm.3 Thes- pians 3, 43 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 2g "Fortune Te1ler" Crew 23 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" Crew 23 "Divine Flora" 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 Senior Class Comm. 43 Fair Queen 43 Latin Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 23 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Sec. 33 Scholarship Team 3 David Corwin Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Sec. 43 D. C. T. 3, 43 French Club 13 Radio Club 1, 2 E, . , EE- V W. ,M,..... ..,,: ,'j,.gg ,-.' g,'a,f,.1 , , V' ' .5 , J.. 4 5 QQ, Y lg s 5352 . ,WW xr wi if v :.a:.:'sa2a.? 4"-' N api QF ' ww, 1 .r ' N , V 1 f All 'f.i " W, ' 5,14 M .,.. - 2 1 rpg,- 2gS,g2:e 5 s. lg 33,54 ' ,,.. must.. - ' , sf , f . 5 we fnii.r,w,fi, F2 .sew-,". - -.fl:w,,fa. 21' Hiiiiiar, Hflgz V. . ?."E,.ff,:'::',fzif5g'4' fi , f5fs2z,1rf.-,UF--if ' in rfSH?ff5" , ,, 55.2 5 F-1i. ,. .,,,w-,Q g . i.'1ffv.p ..ea": 2- E 'fowl ,,..7 ,,,1-yr z.vrQe.a,fggg3,f . g a, wi. ..g.fffgf1.fzsfws,' as ffgffigvgafflffff . Q , I 'rbi 5ff:555i'3eg3 'ii x. we-- 5 ufwf",'.:rfwss . ill, .,. . lv--fx,.w,5'si.!g.l,,-.5f?. ., 1 Q , s f1-iifils-'Mfi,fx'ff:.aF"s .V T., ,- - . 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A. 3, 43 Delhi Staff 4, W-Teens 1, 2, 3. 4: Senior Class Comm. 49 French Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec.- Treas. 3 Ardith Jeanne Felts "Jeanne" . Senior Choir 3, 4, Accom- panist 3, 45 Senior Chorus 1, 2, Accompanist 2: Major- Minor 1, 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio 3, 4, Accompanistg Girls' Basketball lg Girls' Volleyball 15 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4' Girls' Tennis 13 Cheerleader 1, 2, F. T. A. 2, 3, 4, Delhi ' Staff 3, 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 45 W-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 43 Gazette Ed Bd. 4g Scholar- ship Team-1, 2, 35 "Mikado" Accompanlst 1: "Fortune Teller" Accpmpanist 23 f "I-I. M. S. P1nafore" Accom- panist 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Class Oflicers 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres.: Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 3, Senior Class Comm. 43 Homecoming Court 43 Fair Queen 43 Latln Club 1, 2, 'Pres 1- J. - , 2, 3, 4, Buckeye Girls' State 3 Harry Flemming Transferred from Western High School in Jr. year. Intramurals 35 F. T. A. 3, 45 Kei3i1Club 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 , l3Je4 i Staff 43 Spanish Club V y . E 1' I8 Judith Naomi Fidler "Judy" Senior Chorus 19 Girls' Basketball 13 Girls' Volleyball lg Girls' Bowling 1, 2: F. T. A. 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. F. C. lg zlhatin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. Shirley May Fleshman Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 1. 2, 3. 43 Y. F. C. 1, 2. 3. 4g Spanish Club 3 Sharon Diana Fogle Popular Music Club 45 Girls' Volleyball 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 4 Carol Sue Gabriel Girls' Bowling 1, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Student Council 4 Albert George, Ir., "Sonny" Senior Chorus 15 Football 15 Track 35 Iutramurals 3, 4: F. T. A. 3, 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Delhi Staff 45 Rec. Comm. 3, Treas.5 "Mikado" 15 Student Council 4, Pres.: Student Body President5 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1. 2 . Patricia Ann Glaze Transferred from Worthing- ton H. S. Soph. year. Girls' Basketball 2, 35 Girls' Bowling 35 F. T. A. 3, 45 Delhi Staff 45 W-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Latin Club 25 J. C. L. 25 French Club 3. 4, Sec.-Treas. 4 Q Carol R. Glaze Senior Choir 45 Senior Chorus 35 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 45 M. S. Pina- fore" 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 J. C. L. 1 Larry E. Gongwer Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 3: D-Clan 3, 4, V. Pres. 4: Key Club 1, 25 Hi-Y 1, 25 Indus- trial Arts Club 4 Iohn Edward Freeman Intramurals 35 Shutterbugs 1, 35 industrial Arts Club Robert Gallant "Chico" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1- 45 za- af D- . . . 2 EY U 1, 2, SP4, V. Pres. 35 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Comm. Head 45 Delhi Staff 45 Student Coun cil 45 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 Latin Club 1, 2, Pres. 15 J. C. L. 1. 2 Shirley Ann Gooding Girls' Volleyball '15 Girls' Jean A Crauman Bowling 1, 25 Delhi Staff 45 W-Teens 1, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 2 Transferred from Scioto- Valley Sr. year Elinor jean Gruber "Jean,' Senior Choir 4: Senior Chorus 35 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Volleyball 1, 4, Co- Capt. 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Delhi Stall? 45 W1Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 F. H. A. 1, 25 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 4 Sue Ann Hagaman "Susie" Popular Music Club 1, 25 Girls' Bowling 1, 45 W-Teens 55 H. A. 45 French Club Cheri Ilene Green Popular Music Club 1 2 3 Intramurals 1 Girls Bowling 2 F H A 4 Spanish Club -fa Mary Esther Greene Senior Choir 3 4 Semor Chorus 1 Girls Glee Club 2 Mayor M1nor2 3 4 Triple Trio 4 Glrls Basketball 1 2 Girls Volleyball 1 2 4 Girls Bowling 1 2 3 4 Girls Tenn1s2 F T A23 4 Delhi Staff 3 4 Debate 1 W Teens 1 2 3 4 Pen Club 3 Thesp1ans3 4 Mikado 1 Fortune Teller 2 Sun day Costs Five Pesos 2 Divme Flora 3 Caine Mutiny 3 H M S Pina fore 4 Jr Class Exec Comm 3 French Club 1 2 Alan Stuart Hackel "Al" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 2, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Boys' Octette 45 Track 15 Golf 45 F. T. A. 3, 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, State Treas. 39 Hi-Y 1, 2, Treas.5 Delhi Staff 3, 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 1, 2, 35 Recreation Committee 15 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 45 Thespians 2, 3, 4, V. Pres.5 "Mikado" 15 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 25 "Fortune Teller" 25 "Divine Flora" 35 "Caine Mutiny" 35 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 45 Freshman Class President5 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 Senior Class Comm 45 Stage Crew 25 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 35 Buckeye Boys' State 3 Carole Jean Hagar fReedJ Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Senior Chorus 1, 25 Girls' Bowling 45 Rec. Comm. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 1, 25 Y. F. C. 15 Spanish Club 2, 35 F. T. A. Lynn M. Harris Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Choir 3, 43 Major-Minor 23 Girls' Basket- ball 2, 3, 43 Girls' Volleyball 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 2, 3, 43 Sports Comm. 33 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 3, 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 13 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 33 "Mikado" Crew 13 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 23 "Divine Flora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 43 Student Council 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 4 Terry William Heineman i3a:gskftI6allC1, 21, 34 415 Focglziall ,, , O-HD.: asea 1, 2, 3, 43 D-Clan 3, 4, Pres. is Keg Club E, gi-Y Z2 4 ec. omm. , . res. 3 Shutterbugs ,QL3 Industrial Arts Club 1, 3 Student Council 4 . 93" li a i li iif I , , K alffl 1 l .3 K, K vigggg . get. t ., ,gi .. . tw . E . ,rr 2 3 ixg3Q5. , ., , . , Sig 3 'f2s'i'. ?3'A37?3e'2sii V W. . ill . 1.15114 3-,wsmig 2.355.112 l i 5 5 aww W. .,,.. ,.,i..,ii,,Li.3r 3 - af Q ,, ' 'fi" "VL "" i.F'Kw +'5 f 'XJ , ..,, ffsfksl V,V. l gk , 5 ep . 'law S 331.35 g 'iii 2 1 J, . Q I " 3391351 sw in A ' 2s H riff if . ll 5. IQ ' iw ff, lil fxiiluwll U .3 ' flfliwj , U 293, We Ml? BSI! qt 5 Q' H 5533, l x X, li 35,05 3 1352? .3 S 'U i. 33455453 nl is gg Y fig mi, 5-K ,Q 3 3' 235 vi., I 5 ig? , , , f,,tMi,Xi Mis , ,, H3533 md H 4 5 413, iii, 'fr , A 1. Siiiezmvrf 3 il ' skill ,'?rfffafwe,f". 'V 3 1 on 33335: fgfw-gas., . 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Pres. 4 Larry Ward Hopper Band 1, 23 Senior Choir 2, 3, 43 Senior Chorus 13 Boys' Octette 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 D-Clan 1, 2, 3, 43 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y-1, 2, 3, 43 "Mikado" 13 "Fortune Teller" 23 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Student Council 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 French Club 33 Buckeye Boys' State 3 2l X ,az Dorrance James Hill "Baby" Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 D-Clan 3, 43 Shutterbugs 1, gf gndustrial Arts Club Eleanor Jane ,Howard "Susie ' Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Volleyball 1. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Tennis 13 F. T. A. 23 Wiqreens 1,12,23, 43 Pep Club 3: .H.A. . ,3,43Red Cross Rep.: Y. F. C. 1 Carolyn Sue Hasty Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 33 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, 43 Girls' Tennis 13 Sports Comm. 2, 3, 43 "W" Girls 3, 43 F. T. A. 3, 4, Sec. 43 Delhi Stalf 3, 43 Rec. Comm. 4, Secretaryp W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 "Time Out For Gi.nger" Crew 23 "For- tune Teller" Crew 23 "Divine Flora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 Student Council 43 Homecoming Court 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1, 23 Spanish Club 3. V. Pres. Alice Y. Heinlen Popular Music Club 43 Girls' Basketball 1, 23 Girls' Volleyball 1, 23 Girls' Bowling 1, 23 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Delhi StaH 3, 43 N. F. L. 2, 3, 43 Debate 23 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1,21 J. C. L. 1, 23 French Club 3, 4 David Lee Landsittel Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 45 Major-Minor 3, 45 Boys' Octette 45 Sultans of Swing 2, 3, 45 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 45 D-Clan 2, 3, 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 25 I-Ii-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 25 Delhi Staff 3, 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Debate 1, 2, 3, 45 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 Co-Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 American Legion Essay Winner 1, 25 Student Council 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, Pres. 2, V. Pres. 15 J. C. L. 1, 25 M. S. Pinafore" 4 Ruth Ellen Levings Senior Chorus 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 35 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Captain 15 Girls' Bowling 25 W-Teens 45 Y. F. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3, Reporter 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, Exec. Comm. 3 Robert Dale Iaccaud "Bob" Senior Chorus lp F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 45 "Mikado" 15 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 Senior Class Comm. 45 French Club 1, 2, Pres. 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Przessflg Scholarship Team Betty Louise Johnson Senior Choir 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 35 Popular Music Club 2, 35 F. H. A. 1, 2, 35, Y. F. C. 25 "Mikado" 15 M. S. Pinafore" 4 Ann Louise Johnson Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 35 Major-Minor 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 25 Girls' Bowling 3, 4'5 F. T. A. 3, 45 Delhi Sta 3, 4 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 W-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 4, Historian 45 "Mikado" 15 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 25 "Fortune Teller" Crew 25 "Divine Flora" 35 "Caine Mutlny" Crew 35 "I-I. M. S. Pinafore" Crew 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Pres. 4 Johnnie Allison Jones Football 45 Track 1, 35 Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Rec. Comm. 15 D. C. T. 3, 4, Sec. 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 1 ' - 5 s 1 James E. Lathrop "Jim" Shutterbugs 2 Charles Lobdell Senior Class Comm. 49 Latin Club 1, 25 Scholarship Team 2 Judith Ann Long Senior Chorus 1, 25 Major- Minor 45 Girls' Volleyball 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3,45 F. H. A. 45 Fresh- man Plays 15 "Mikado" 15 Senior Class Comm. 45 French Club 1, 2 Carolyn Susan Lowry Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 45 Girls' Tennis 3, 45 F. T. A. 1, Z, 3, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 French Club 4, Seg. Treas. 45 Spanish Club Frank Matanzo Transferred from Mobridge, S. Dakota5 Football 35 Track 3, 45 Key Club 35 Senior Class Comm. 4 George Steward Morris Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramurals 3, 45 D-Clan 2, 3, 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 Spanish Club 1, 2 Betty Marie McNamee Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Delhi Stan? 45 Rec. Comm. 35 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1, 2 Gwendolyn Lee Opel "Gwen" Popular Music Club 15 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Volleyball 15 Girls' Tennis 15 Delhi Staff 45 N. F. L. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Debate 25 W-Teens 2, 3, 45 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 Thespians 3, 45. "Divine Flora" Crew 35 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 35 Senlor Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1, 25 French Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4 Linda Lou Longwell Band 2, 35 Majorette 2, 35 Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 1, 25 Girls' Glee Club 25 Major-Minor 3, 45 Girls' ' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 25 Girls' Tennis 1, '25 Sports Comm. 35 "W" Girls 45 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens 1. 2. 3. 45 PEP Club 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 "Mikado" 15 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 25 "Fortune Teller" 25 "Divine Flora" 35 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 45 French Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 3 Robert Arthur Lowry "Bob" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 All-Ohio Boys' ' Band 2, 35 Sultans of Swing 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 45 Major-Minor 3, 4, Pres. 45 Boys' Octette 45 Key Club 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Delhl Staff 45 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 I Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club, 1, 25 "H. M. S. Pina- fore" 4 WWW ""l Maryalyce Pool Popular Music Club 13 Girls' Bowling 13 Debate 13 W-Teens 1, 3, 43 F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 County Parliamentariam Latin Club 13 J. C. L. 1 Datha R. Ramey Senior Choir 43 Senior Chorus 23 Girls' Glee Club 33 Ma'or-Minor 2 3 J , , 4, Treas. 43 Girls' Volleyball 13 Girls' Bowling 13 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 43 "Fortune Teller" 23 M. S. Pi'nafore" 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4 Norma Jean Osborne Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 43 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 1, 43 W-Teens 2, 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 French Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas 43 Scholarship Team 3 Beth Ann Perfect Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Sports Comm. 3, 4, Chairman 43 Girls 3, 43 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Delhi Staff 3, 43 Rec. Comm. 1, V. Pres.3 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 4, Co-Chairrnang Thespians 3, 4, Sec. 43 "Mikado" Crew 13 "Harvey" Crew 13 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 23 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" Crew 23 "Fortune Teller" Crew 23 "Divine Flora" Crew 33 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 1 Senior Class Comm. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1, 23 French Club 3, 4 Norma jean Patrick Wan Buskirkl Band 1. 2. 3. 43 Pep Band 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 F. T. A. 23 Delhi Staff 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 Latin Club 1, 23 J. C. L. 1,2 Ann Polites Girls' Bowling lg W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4 Susan Shappell Pope Senior Choir 3, 43 Senior Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 23 Major-Minor 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 33 Triple Trio 3. 43 Girls' Basketball 1, 43 Girls' Volley- ball 13 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Tennis 2, 33 F. T. A. 23 Delhi Stal? 43 N. F. L. 13 Rec. Comm. 33 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 43 "Mikado" 13 "Fortune Teller" 23 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 33 "H. M. S. Pinafore' 43 Senior Class Comm. 43 Spanish Club 2, 3 Ianice Carol Ramey Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 43 Sultans of Swing 3, 43 Senior Choir 43 Senior Chorus 13 Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Major- Minor 2, 3, 4, Pres. 33 Triple Trio 43 Girls' Bowling 1, 23 F. T. A. 2, 3, 43 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 Gazette Ed. Bd. 43 "Mikado" 13 "Fortune Teller" 23 "I-lf. M. S. Pinafore" 43 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 33 Latin Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 2 Ruth Ann Rardon Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 3. 4: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Stal? 4: W-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2 VVilliam Roberts "Bill" Basketball 1: Football 1, 2: Tennis 1. 2: D-Clan 2. 3, 4, Key Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Delhi Staff 1, 45 N, F, 1. 2. 3. 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 43 Industrial Arts Club 4: "Divine Flora" 3: Student Council 1: Latin Club 1 2 Treas. 1: French Club 3', 4', V. Pres. 3 2. L. Harold E. Rucker Donald Shaw "Don" Solo and Ensemble Contest 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Major-Minor 3, 4: Sultans of Swing 2, 3, 4, Leader: Football 1: Track 1: F. T. A. 4: Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Comm. Chairman: Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Delhi Staff 3, 4: Scholarship Team 2: Student Council 4, V. Pres.: Class Otlicers 4, Pres. 4: Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 3: Senior Class Comm. 4: Latin Club 1, 2 Judith Ann Seidl "Judy" Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 1: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Tennis 1: Sports Comm. 2: "W" Girls 3. 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2: F. T. A. 2, 3, 4: Delhi Staff 3, 4, Asst. Bus. Mgr. 3: N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 1, 2, 3, 4: W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Gazette Ed. Bd. 4: Thespians 3, 4: "Time Out For Ginger" 2: "Fortune Teller" 2: "Divine Flora" 3: "Caine Mutiny" 3: Student Council 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4: Student Body Officers 4, Sec. 43 Class Officers 2, 3, Pres. 33 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 33 Senior Class Comm. 43 Homecoming Court 4: Latin Club 1, 2: J. C. L. 1, 2. 3, 4: Scholarship Team 1. 2, 3 james Ira Shaw "Nub" Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 4: D-Clan 3, 4: F. F. A. 1, 2, 4 Keith John Bay virginia Elizabeth Robinson "Ginny" h, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 4: Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt 2, 3: W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2 Mary Louise Stanley "Mary Lou" Senior Choir 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Volley- ball 1, 4, Capt. 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 4, Capt. 45 Delhi Staff 45 W-Teens 1, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 F. H. A. 1, 25 "H. M. S. Pinafore" 4 Nancy Marie Swam Transferred from Elm Valley Senior year. F. T. A. 45 Debate 4 Elizabeth Shearman "Betsy" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 25 Major-Minor 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Volleyball 2, 45 Girls' Bowl- ing 1, 2, 45 Tennis 25 Sports Comm. 4, Sec. 45 F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Delhi Staff 3, 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 15 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 45 "Mikado" 15 "Fortune Teller"' 25 "Divine Flora" Crew 35 "I-I. M. S. Pinafore" 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1, 25 Spanish Club 3. 4, Social Chairman 3 Melinda Jeanne Skatz Girls' Basketball 1, 25 Girls' Volleyball 1, 25 Girls' Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3, 45 F. T. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 45 Delhi Staif 45 Rec. Comm. 25 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 F. H. A. 45 French Club 3, 4, Social Chairman 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, Social Chairman 1 Mary Anne Sheets Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior chorus 1,25 cms' Glee cmb ' 25 Triple Trio -35 Girls' Bas- ketball l, 25 Girls' Volleyball 1, 25 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pen Club 35 F. H. A. 45 "Mikado" 15 "Fortune Teller" 25 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 35 "I-I. M. S. Pinafore" 45 French Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3 Nancy Slagle "Slug" Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 25 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 15 Girls' Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Tennis 1, 2, 35 Sports Comm. 35 "W" Girls 3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 1, Co-Capt. 3: F. T, A. 2, 3, 45 Delhi Staff 3. 4: N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 15 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 45 Gazette Edl Bd. 3, 45 Scholarship Team 35 Thespians 3, 45 "lVLikado" 15 "Time Out For Ginger" Crew 25 "Fortune Teller" 25 "Divine Flora" Crew 35 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 35 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 45 Student Council 35 Class Officers 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 1, Treas. 2, 3, 45 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 Senior Class Comm. 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 15 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Social Chairman 4 Julia Anne Strimer "Sham" Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 25 Major-Minor 3, 45 Triple Trio 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 15 Girls' Volleyball 1, 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 15 Sports Comm. 35 Cheerleader. 1, 25 F. T. A. 45 Delhi Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 15 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 Thespians 3, 45 "Mikado" 15 "Time Out For Gingeru 25 "Fortune Teller" 25 "Divine Flora" 35 "Caine Mutiny" 35 "H. M. S. Pina- , fore" 45 "Midsummer Night s Dream" 45 Student Council- 45 Homecoming Court 45 Fair Queen 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 25 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3 James Mac Swope "Sparkie Track 3, 45 Intramurals 35 Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, Pres. 3 ls Mary Judy Teele Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 25 Major-Minor 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 2, Sec. 35 Triple Trio 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 1, 45 Girls' Volleyball 1, 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Tennis 1, 35 F. T. A. 45 Delhi Staff 1, 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debate 1, 25 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Gazette Ed. Bd. 3, 4, Co-Editor 45 Thespians 2, 3, 45 Freshman Play 15 "Mikado" 15 "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 2: "Fortune Teller" 25 "Divine Flora" 35 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 45 "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 45 Class OH-lcers 2, Sec.5 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 1, Pres. 25 J. C. L. 1, 2, Pres. 25 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3 Margaret Ann Vance ::Maggien Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basket- ball 1, 3, 45 Girls' Volleyball 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Comm. 3, 45 "W" Girls 45 F. T. A. 2, 3, 45 Delhi Staff 3, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 "Divine Flora" Crew 35 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 35 Class Of-licers 3, 4, Sec. 3, 45 Jr. Class Exec. Comm. 35 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club41, 2, Sec. 25 J. C. L. 1, 2, 3. lfaul Amold Grant Transferred from Mt. Vernon Academy Soph. year. Foot- ball 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball 2, 35 Intramurals 1, 3, 45 Industrial Arts Club 3, 4, V. Pres.5 Spanish Club 2 Sandra Jean Jones Transferred from Akron in J unior year Margaret Helen Young Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Senior Choir 3, 45 Senior Chorus 15 Girls' Glee Club 25 Major-Minor 2, 3, 45 W-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 "Mikado" 15 "Fortune Teller" 25 "H, M. S. Piigaforen 45 Spanish Club Frederick I. Maggard "Fred" Ramon William Simpson Popular Music Club 3, 45 Shutterbugs 1, 25 Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4 John D. Tennar Intramurals 15 D. C. T. 3, 4 Karen Marie Thornbury aorhornyv Transferred from St. Albans H. S., West Virginia, Jr. year. Girls' Basketball 3, 45 G-irls' Volleyball 3, 45 Girls' Bowling 3, 45 F. T. A. 3, 4, Red Cross Rep. 35 Delhi Staff 3, 4, Bus. Mgr. 45 'W-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 "Caine Mutiny" Crew 35 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 3: J. C. L. 3, 4 Hal H. Wyss "Halford" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Choir 45 Senior Chorus 15 Major- Minor 3, 45 Boys' Octette 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Basketball 3, 4, Statisticiang Track 15 Intramurals 35 Sultans of Swing 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 35 Delhi Staff 3, 45 N. F. L. 1, 2, 3, 45 ' Debate 1, 2, 4, V. Pres. 25 Gazette Ed. Bd. 45 "Mikado" 15 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 45 . Student Council 3, 45 Senior Class Comm. 45 Latin Club 1, 25 J. C. L. 1, 25 Buckeye Boys' State 3 URS yev-e-H ge gn Acker J. Amold P. Arthur L. Axline I. Bachelor D. Baird A. Barker L. Barrett J. Barris Barton G. Bauman E. Bennett J. Bishop L. Bobula K. Bolen S. Borland I. Brown D. Byus Cain W. Cames E. Coakley C. Comston T. Cowan D. Crank I. Crawford I. Cross W. Dalton Deel K. Deel B. Denton I. DeWalt C. Deyo J. Downie R. Duffy W. Ebright C. Ellis Finch C. Fisher C. Floumoy L. Cale S. Catton N. Glaze I. Green L. Hall S. Hall Hardin I. Harter H. Heam J. Hilbom K. Hirning I. Holmes R. Holt D. Hopkins M. Householder 28 Hudson I. Hutchisson L. Jackson J. jones I. Jordan I. Knight L. Kroninger B. Lawson B. Lobdell Lowe I. Lowry B. Mackley S. Matthews G. McDonald S. Mead L. Mills R. Montgomery D. Mooney Moore L. Morgan B. Murfield B. Murphy D. O'Keefe G. Parks C. Parmer M. Patrick R. Patrick Payne M. Pickens R. Ramsey P. Rayburn I. Reed M. Reed M. Rider S. Ross I. Rutledge Ryholt L. Schaffner A. Shackelford M. Shenefield M. Smith M. Spencer J. Talkington R. Ulferman L. Ward Wickham L. Williams B. Wilson D. Wilson J. Wilson S. Wilson T. Winship D. Wirick S. Wygle B. Ziegler 29 SOPHOMORE i I N. Allison. C. Bachelor J. Baker S. Baker L. Balch I. Ballard H. Banks B. Bennett K. Bensley -P. Bibler M Bigony E Bills C Bird M Blackled e 'D Bl ' ' ' . . . . g . am R. Bucklew B. Buckly J. Burkhart D. Burrer S. Buzard , W. Casey C. Cordial M. Cottrill E. Counts C. Courter J. Cox M. Cranor D. Cross I. Cummins D. Davenport D. Dent D. Dickey C. Disbennett J. Ditslear D. Dorsey M. Dorsey B. Elder P. Fichtner P. Fidler I. Fillinger B. Fleming F. Fleming C. Fogle S. Foor T. Freeman I. Fumiss R. Gale T. Gallant I. Gardner N. Gary C. Graham D. Griiliths P. Hagaman C. Hahn C. Hair N. I-Iarris I. Hayes L. Hedges G. Henery L. Hill I. Hoffman M. Hopkins B. Howison D. Hursey N. jackson E. Iaynes A. Ieisel T. Jervis I. Johns E. Jones 30 B. Blair B. Bollinger R. Bonner D. Boster W. Brown D. Byerly P. Cain A. Campbell B. Carnes J. Case M. Jordan M. Kellar R. Keller E. Kern T. King M. Kintz P. Lazdins R. Lee I. Liggett ij. Little . Longwell D. Lowry L. Lowry I. Marhurger S. Martin T. Masters ,5Matanzo T. Mather K. McBride K. McElfresh Mercer C. Miller N. Moses M. Munday S. Murphy I. Oberlan er D. Oberle L. Owen D. Penn L. Phelps fd'-l P. Piper M. Plogher T. Pope R. Poulton S. Poulton N. Price J. Raile S. Ramey P. Ramsey W. Rapp F. Roberts V. Roberts D. Robinson W. Rose P. Rupe W. Russell N. Schunck D. Segner T. Sell B. Simpson T. Skatzes I. Slane G. Smith P. Smith W. Smith E. Starkey G. Tagg K. Terry M. Thatcher D. Thompson A. Toney L. Tumey W. Waldie D. Ward D. Wardle H. Welch E. Welsh F. Welsh D. Whetsel P. Williams I. Wilson S. Yoder I. Young C. Zimmerman I. Zimmerman 3l FRESHMEN M K S.Acker T. Ackley E.Amick S. Anderson S.Amold I.Askins K. Baird L. Barrett I.Barringer S.BayliH M. Bennett B. Benton D. Berry G. Berry D. Bertram C.Blackledge M. Blair L. Brackney S.Brimhall W. Brokaw K. Brown V. Brown G. Buckingham C. Bump D.Bunten R.Bunten K. Burdette D. Bums L. Burrer E. Butt F. Caldwell S. Call T. Campbell M. Carson M. Casey J. Clark S. Clark W. Cooke S.Coover S.Corwin .T. Crist D. Dalton D.Dau.rer C. Davis H. Dawson A. Deel A. Deel H.Deel I.Dever V. DeVries P. DeWitt S. Dickey M. Dixon M.Doland M.Donegan S. Donovan S. Dorsey R. Downing T. Dunham R. Ebright J.Eishen C. Ellis D. Evans R. Evans N. Firestone T. Flanagan A.Flemming T.Flemming I.Floumoy S.Flowers C.Frederick E.Freeman I. Freeman H.Gale S.Geesman R. George W.Giles B. Graham G. Gray V. Gross B. Hackel K. Hall H. Hatten A. Hawkins B. Henry J. Holmes C. Hom N. Hough P. Householder I. Hughes F. Hunt C.Hyduke C.Ingle B. Ingraham D.Iackson L. johnson K.Iones S.Kieman L. Klump 32 fm K.Lavender L.Lawson R.Lumhard C.Main L.Marlowe D.Matthews P.Maxey M.Maxwell N.McDonald I.Means G.Miller I. Miller J. Mitchell A. Moore R. Morey C. Morgan R. Morrison C. Mullins K. Murlield I. Myers P. Myers L.Newhouse R. Nutt L.Nutter I.Obe1-lander F. Oehler S. O'Keefe K.Oller P. Oman S. Organ C. Owen S. Parks D. Patrick S. Patrick D. Patterson B. Payne B. Payne G. Phillips S. Piper C. Pinney I.Plogher N. Pool C. Pope I. Rapp L. Ray H. Roberts D. Robinson I. Robinson A. Roe B. Ross I. Ross R. Ross D. Rucker D. Salisbury F. Saltmarsh W. Sampson K. Sanderson S.Saulshury I.Scheiderer C. Schultz S.Scott T.Shaw L. Sheets L.Shelton I.Shi1-ling M. Shuster A. Skatzes S. Skeens H. Snyder S. Stearns D. Stewart C. Stiles R. Strirner E. Stull B. Swam' R. Taylor G. Thomas C. Townsel M. Vincent V. Vining T.Vipperrnan G.Wanzo M. Wareham W. Watson C. Welch D. Welch I. Welch K. Welch P. Welch B. Wells N. Wells P. Wells D. White S. Williams B. Wilson W. Wilson D. Winship I. Workman B. Yant ' 33 1 Front row: I. Felts, L. Harris, S. Hasty, V. Roberts, I. Seidl, Mr. Graham, S. George, D. Shaw, M. Blair, I. Barris Second row: L. Baylilf, B. Bums, T. Pope, B. Ulferman, T. Flemming, L. Hopper, L. Hall, T. Rybolt, A. Boecklin, D. Landsittel, I. Reed, C. Blair, C. Gabriel, B. Gallant, H. Wyss, I. Strimer STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, under the guidance of principal Thomas D. Graham, strived to promote co- operation between the students and faculty in solving school problems. Under the direction of the student body oHicers, president Albert George and secretary Judy Seidl, the twenty-seven representa- tives from classes and major clubs met to discuss the welfare of the school. The group planned all Homecoming activities and helped plan all assemblies. Something new was tried this year by inviting other schools to visit Willis as well as the Willis Student Council visiting other schools. The plan worked out very well and eight schools came to compare. their schools with Willis. Willis council members also traveled to eight other schools to gain new ideas. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS QBBSXDGQOKGE f U D ,fig TARY Front row: Miss Benson, M. Vance, I. Felts, D. Shaw, N. Slagle, Miss Bussard ' Second row: C. Lobdell, H. Wyss, I. Long, C. Glaze, M. Evans, A. johnson, G. Opel, I. Ramey, S. Pope, N. Osborne, N. Patrick, M. Teele, L. Harris, M. Hilbom, K. Thombury Third row: I. Seidl, B. Perfect, L. Carlisle, L. Baylilf, B. Iaccaud, F. Matanzo, A. Hackel, B. Lowry, L. Hopper, B. Shear- man, C. Blair, J. Allen, Mr. Moist SENIOR CLASS CoMMITTEES The senior class oliicers, committees and sponsors are in charge of all Work concerning the senior activities. This yearis oflicers were Don Shaw, president, Jeanne F elts, vice-president, Margaret Vance, secretary-treasurer, and Nancy Slagle, treasurer. The sponsors were Miss Bussard, Miss Benson, Mr. Felts, Mr. Moist, Mr. Slasor, Mrs. Hearn, and Mr. Ross. The committete chairmen were as follows: invitation, Carolyn Blairg gift, Frank Matanzog speaker for graduation, Ann' johnson, breakfast, Bob Iaccaud, and all night party, Lynda Bayliff. . Front row: Miss Russell, K. Hardin, B. Ulferman, M. Reed, J. Barris, Mrs. Barger Second row: G. McDonald, M. Patrick, I. Hilbom, T. Cowan, T. Rybolt, Mr. Creasy, L. Axline, I. Hudson, L. Schaffner, P. Rayburn, C. Fisher IUNIOR CLASS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Junior Class Executive Committee was led by class sponsors Mrs. Barger, Miss Russell, Mr. Creasy, and Mr.-Cornwell. The officers were Bob Ufferman, president, Marcia Reed, vice-president, Kay Hardin, secretary, and Ioan Barris, treasurer. ' '. The executive committee was made up of three representatives from each home room. These repre- sentatives, working with the sponsors and oiiicers, have been in charge of all the money-making projects carried on by the junior class. The money was spent on the Junior-Senior Banquet and dance held on May 16 at the Ohio Wesleyan University Memorial Union. 35 AUDITORIUM Here We do everythmg from classwork to operettas GYMNASIUM and here the range 1S from folk dancmg to basketball 36 '- 1 . . . LIBRARY - This is the place Where We Hnd food for the mind CAFETERIA - and here We find it for our bodies. Senior English is a college preparatory course which deals with English lan- guage and literature. This year, the first semester was devoted to the language and its applications, including the annual research paper. The second semester dealt with the great Writers of England and their works. Under the direction of Miss VVhitted, the students are provided with a solid background for future college require- ments. Miss Whitted was assisted by Mrs. Reed, director of class Work for the Gazette High School Page. Business English is a course offered to students who plan to go into business or secretarial work. As in other English classes, the pupils learn the various parts of speech and types of sentence struc- ture. In addition to this, they learn to apply these forms of grammar by Writing business letters. Miss McCarley in- structed the Business English Class this year. One of the required courses for fresh- men is English. This class provides them with the firm foundation in our language that will be invaluable in every other high school course. These freshmen learn how greatly their command of English can influence their future plans from reciting poetry to doing special projects on material read, variety in the freshman English class prepares the newcomers for what lies ahead. and also the languages of other countries. Latin is a two year course under the direction of Mrs.,Evans. The I-irst year is devoted primarily to the study of grammar, While the second year is con- cerned mainly with translation. Both classes learn a great deal about the Roman and Greek culture and myth- ology. In April, the classes held a "Feast of the Boundaries," complete with tunics, togas, and "slaves,v selected from the Hrst year students. French is a two-year course taught by Miss Bussard. As in other language courses, French does not deal with gram- mar alone, but is also concerned with the people and customs of France. The students are given the opportunity to join the French Clubs and thus add to their knowledge of the land and the language. There are three classes in this subject. Spanish, like the other two foreign languages oHered at Willis, is a two- year course. Miss Bussard also instructs this subject, and she has two Spanish classes in addition to the three French groups. Students studying in this field may join the Spanish Clubs, and thus put to use their knowledge of the language and life of Spain. MATH AND SCIENCE - Here our studies everything from classvvork to operettas 1 40 Advanced math consists of trigonom- etry, solid geometry, and algebra II and III. The class pictured is a senior trigo- nometry one. Mr. Felts presents the ma- terial in a unique manner, and his success is made obvious by the genuine interest shown by all of his students. From constructing miniature geometric figures to studying the various aspects of the plane triangle, Willis math students ob- tain a basic knowledge of the important mathematical processes. Plane geometry is a course offered in the sophomore year, which deals with two dimensional figures. The students learn about parallel lines, axioms and postulates, analytic and synthetic proof, and the various geometric figures. The class, along with the algebra I course offered in the freshman year, gives the student a solid foundation for the ad- vanced math courses. Mr. Felts is head of the mathematics department, and in- structs this class. Mr. Dave Thomas is pictured instruct- ing one of three classes in the general study of mathematics. This course covers many aspects af arithmetic which are essential to the general knowledge of todayis students. Students practice the four basic phases of math -- addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. They also learn to apply these steps to realistic problems of everyday life. and here, from an earthworm to the conquest of outer space. Physics is the most advanced science course offered at Willis High School. The class deals with energy and matter in several different phases: heat, light, sound, mechanics, and electricity. The students performed experiments, saw films, and took trips to add to their knowledge of this subject. This class, as well as the other science courses, helped students in their projects work. Mr. Slasor taught this classL Chemistry is the first of the higher sciences taught at Willis and deals with the composition of matter. Mr. Slasor,s valuable personal information creates both a stimulating atmosphere for chem- istry. This year, a great many of the chemistry students have spent hours delving into the vast unknown and com- ing up with fascinating projects. Even if a student is not planning a career in science, chemistry provides an under- standing necessary for successful living. The freshmen who take the biology course offered at Willis 'rind that they receive a. solid background for the higher science courses that will con- front them in both high school and col- lege. The work on individual projects allowed students to understand exten- sively a specific area of the subject. The general study of the human body left the student with valuable knowledge of a complicated organism. Biology is definitely an addition to the basis for a well-rounded education. ARTS AND SKILLS-These arts help us to enjoy the World around us . . . 42 Art is a course which helps the student express his feelings and ideas through painting, ceramics, carving, leather craft, Hgure drawing, metal enameling, stencil- ing, design, printing, three-dimensional Work, and textile decoration. It gives the student a means by which he may communicate these ideas to others as well as himself. Mrs. Patingale instructs the combined class of beginning and advanced students. Home Economics is a four-year elec- tive course for senior high girls. The class deals with four major areas, cloth- ing, foods, home furnishing, and family relations. The girls are required to do three projects in their freshman year and four per year as upperclassmeng these must be related to their classwork. In the senior year, girls stress the man- agement of time and money in prepara- tion for their role as future homemakers. Mrs. Hulbert and Mrs. Jones instruct the six classes. The various vocal groups at Willis give the student an opportunity to use and improve his musical ability. The group pictured here is a junior high music class, where students learn the fundamentals of good singing, such as correct posture, breathing, phrasing, and pronunciation. In senior high, the stu- dent must demonstrate his vocal ability in order to become a member of the Senior High Chorus Girls, Glee Club, and Senior High Choir. Industrial Arts include many various kinds of work. This picture shows ninth grade class working on mechanical drawing. This class spends one semester on mechanical drawing and another on printing and house wiring. This fresh- man course gives the ninth-grader a solid background for future work in the woodworking and metal laboratories. This class is conducted by Mr. Bowman. Woodshop and Metal Shop are the two laboratories where sophomores, juniors, and seniors continue their work in the field of industrial arts. This pic- ture shows a group working in the wood- shop. Other areas of study include plas- tic, electric and gas welding, sheet metal, and machines. This wide range of study gives the students ample opportunity to choose an occupation. These courses are under the supervision of Mr. Bow- man. Business Education is a course of study which includes typing, bookkeep- ing, shorthand, oilice practice, business English, and commercial mathematics. The picture shows a class in typing, one of the important areas in the business field. It is recommended that all students have some knowledge about the various aspects of this course because business is a vital part of our world. Teachers in the field of Business Education are Miss Bepson, Miss McCarley, and Miss Bus- se . SOCIAL STUDIES - This field deals with the history and growth of man. 44 World History, an elective course for sophomores, traces the development of man from the prehistoric era up to modern times. The class deals with many areas of civilization-cultural, political, and social. Through the study of the world's history, the students learn how closely the growth of our own country is interwoven with that of other nations. Mrs. Orland instructs two sec- tions of this project, and Mr. Moist teaches one. One unit of American History is a requirement for graduation from Willis High School. Under the direction of Mr. Creasy, the class studied the polit- ical, social, and economic development of our country. The students used Time magazine to learn of current American policies. Mr. Creasy, one of Delawareis city councilmen, also provided the stu- dents with facts concerning the growth of our own town. Problems of Democracy is a required course for all senior students. Its pur- pose is to inform the student of the various political, social, and moral ques- tions which confront our American way of life. Under the supervision of Mr. Moist, the class studied problems concerning government, labor, farming, mental health, crime, alcohol, education, and race. The students were provided with films, lectures, tri s, and anel discus- sions conceming Siese problems. CTIVITIES ,agfirin 5- IEEE:F.flL5f'f1,.'5Qi'-2351! . - Zf giij 25,4 '- 1 K 5' if ,... 53, Q, v ' . .1 FZ if "" 3 A V - ffl, .f,152'-,-i-152'-jf:xi' , A V , '42 '-".22Q:'Z5l""' . -, V? - l'?A,.,,m 1 - ': 'H-vi?-",:: -iv 51 ' ' . A A' 45 Front row: S. Blair, I. Baker, S. Geesman, I. Case, S. Hasty, J. Holmes, S. Brimhall, R. Hackel, B. Blair, G. Griffiths, S. Howard, S. Donovan, M. Arrington, W. Ebright, R. Ebright, B. Graham, C. Crumb, M. Hilborn, A. Barker, C. Fisher, S. Hall C. Hair Second,row: N. Harris, S. Elder, M. Hopkins, K. Baird, I. Felts, L. Harris, C. Bolen, P. Householder, T. Amick, C. Hahn T. Dunham, M. Householder, I. Barringer, P. Clark, N. Byerly, I. Cunningham, W. DeVries, S. Dorsey, L. Fitzgerald C. Hyduke, I. Crowl, I. Allen, V. Brown, C. Bird Third row: R. Bucklew, I. Green, L. Bobula, C. Ellis, C. Deyo, J. De Walt, D. Burrer, E. Coakley, S. Foor, P. Fidler, M. Carson, I. Flournoy, M. Donegan, M. Bennett,-T. Crist, A. Hawkins, L. Carlisle, L. Bayliff, P. Glaze, M. Greene B. Henry, D. Cross. ' Fourth row: A. Heinlen, S. Fogle, M Evans, C. Gabriel, N. Avery, P. Fichtner, I. Bishop, C. Disbemxett, J. Fidler I. Hoffman, B. Carnes, K. Burdette, Cain, M. Bigony, P. Hagaman, B. Ingraham, S. Arnold, S. Bayliff, I. Burkharti I. Gruber, C. Glaze, C. Blair Fifth row: M. Cranor,. S Anderson, L. Brackney, M. Dixon, C. Davis, L. Burrer, C. Frederick, I. Dever, A. Campbell I. Cain, I. Finch, K. Hirning, L. Axline, I. Barris, B. Elder, K. Hardin, H. Heam, S. Borland, N. Glaze, S. Gattoni S. Gooding, C. Cordial W-TEENS p Under the able leadership of Lynn Harris, president, Janet Allen, vice-president, Nancy Slagle, secretary, and Susan Pope, treasurer, the W-Teens had a very successful year. At the beginning of the year all girls were encouraged to sign up for at least one of the various committees, these included the executive, social, sports, poster, program, and bul- letin board committees. The W-Teen bulletin board, under the supervision of Ann Johnson, was one of the most popular and original services to the school. The Pep Club, under the direction of Beth Perfect and Sandy Elder, was a fine addition to the school spirit at the football games. The "Big and Little Sister" program, headed by Linda Carlisle, proved to be a success after being discontinued for a couple of years. The idea of the program was to help the seventh grade girls adjust to the new school life and to know some of the older girls. The clubis other service projects included babysitting on Election Day, distribution of Thanks- giving food baskets to the poor, and adoption of a family. With the help of the Hi-Y Key Club, W-Teens also collected gifts for the state hospital. The high point of the social year was the fall formal, "Silver Bells," held on December 7. Another big dance was the semi-formal held in the spring. The "poor manis dance" required a can of food for admission. The dances were under supervision of Judy Crowl, social chairman. 46 7 7 5 Front row: M. Vance, S. Pope, C. Lowry, A. johnson, L. Longwell, N. Slagle, B. Perfect, B. Shearman, G. Opel, I. Seidl, I. Strimer Second row: S. Murphy, M. Plogher, P. Mercer, C. Miller, P. Rupe, M. Mundy, F. Jones, B. Wells, C. Mullins, S. Martin, T. King, T. Vipperman, C. Pinney, B. Payne, P. Maxey, A. Toney, M. Teele, D. Ramey, M. Jordan, M. Skatzes, K. Thom- bury, N. Iackson, M. Stanley Third row: S. Yoder, M. Pickens, S. Mead, E. Starkey, G. Wanzo, C. Morgan, E. Welsh, B. Swam, H. Snider, R. Iervis, C. Stiles, C. Main, S. Piper, S. Organ, N. VanBuskirk, R. Rardon, B. Yant, D. Winship, R. Ramsey, S. Kellar, P. Rayburn, D. Salsbury, A. Skatzes Fourth row: L. Schaifner, P. Welch, M. Smith, P. Myers, I. Shirling, M. Maxwell, A. Moore, E. Stull, C. Owen, B. Ross, V. Roberts R. Levings, B. Murphy, A. Polites, I. Ramey, N. Osbome, M. Young, B. Simpson, L. Shelton, B. Payne, B. Murtield, C. Welch, M. Spencer, K. Oller Fifth row: I. Marburger, I. Little, S. Patrick, S. Steams, N. Pool, L. Lawson, D. Stewart, L. Ward, D. Ward, N. Price, P. Smith, M. Kintz, D. Robinson, S. Williams, V. Robinson, B. McNamee, M. Poole, B. Lobdell, B. Lawson, T. Sell, P. Oman, I. Workman I. Kni ht g . Sixth row: I. Long, N.,Moses, L. Kroninger, D. Thompson, R.Kebker, A. Ieisel, K. McElfresh, K. Jones, P. Piper, D. Whetsel, L. Tumey, I. Moore, S. Ross, M. Reed, S. Matthews, L. Owen, N. Schunck, P. Williams, M. Sheets, B. Ziegler, S. Scott, M. Wareham, J. Reed Under the supervision of Beth Perfect, sports chairman, volleyball, basketball, bowling, and baseball were played after school. Following last year's example, an interclass basket- ball team was formed. This yearis team consisted of three freshmen, three sophomores, four juniors, and five senior girls. They were host to the Girls Industrial School and after the game a buffet style dinner was held for team members and their sponsors. One of the outstanding events of the club was the W-Teen play night when the girls got together for dinner and an evening of either volleyball or basketball. The girls pro- vided the various courses of the meal, and' spent the rest of the evening playing either volley- ball or basketball. The programs this year were exceptionally Well planned, educational, and interesting. They included a program of creative dancing, a talent show, slides of the Rose Bowl parade and Disneyland, initiation of new members, and installation of next year's oiiicers. These programs were in charge of Lynda Bayliif, program chairman. This year's faculty advisors were Miss Wells, Mrs. Barger, Miss Burrer, and Miss Harter. 47 Front row: I. Plogher, T. Ackley, S. O'Keefe, I. Mitchell, B. Rapp, D. Wardle, D. O'Keefe, I. Bachelor, T. Longwell, B. Bollinger, K. Bensley, T. Pope, T. Winship, I. Brown, T. Fox, S. George, B. Gallant, I. Raile, I. Jones, E. Butt, R. Downing Second row: D. Landsittel, E. Black, G. Bauman, B. Roberts, G. McDonald, I. Rapp, T. Pope, F. Saltmarsh, B. Wilson, I. Cross, B. Denton, D. Hopkins, B. Lowry, D. Shaw, I. Ditslear, L. Newhouse, M. Thatcher, B. Iaccaud, H. Wyss Third row: I. Donovan, I. Robinson, B. Strimer, R. Clark, S. Lowe, I. Holmes, I. Hilborn, B. Mackley, E. Bills, D. Burns, I. Lowry, A. Shackelford, I. Downie, I. Wickham, M. Dorsey, D. Lee, M. Patrick, R. Morrison Fourth row: K. Hall, C. Smith, B. Uiferman, H. Flemming, G. Buckingham, K. Terry, G. Downing, B. Montgomery, I. Amold, L. Hall, D. Baird, S. Buzard, T. Cowan, A. Boecklin, T. Heineman, T. Driggs, S. Coover HI-Y KEY CLUB The Hi-Y Key Club completed its seventh year as a combined organization under the leadership of seniors Hal Wyss, Key Club President, and Bruce Burns, President of Hi-Y. Burns also served as Lieutenant Governor for this district of Key Club. Other officers included juniors Torn Rybolt, Vice-President of Key Club and Iim Hil- P born, Hi-Y Vice-President. john Ditslear, a sophomore, was Secretary and Arnold Boecklin, also in his second year, served as Treasurer. Service projects carried on throughout the year included assistance to the bloodbank, a special clean-up campaign for the Red Cross which netted more than seven hundred and fifty dollars, a trip to the Delaware Fair for patients at the Magnetic Springs Polio Founda- tion, and a variety of others. 48 Front row: I. Plogher, S. O'Keefe, T. Ackley, B. Rapp, D. Wardle, E. Butt, R. Downing, I. Bachelor, H. Wyss, B. Burns, I Baile, B. Bollinger, I. Brown, F. Saltmarsh, B. Wilson Second row: M. Dorsey, K. Hall, R. Nutt, B. Mackley, B. Wilson, T. Pope, T. Winship, E. Black, B. Gallant, D Lee, K Bensley, I. Rapp, C. Pope, D. O'Keefe, A. Shackelford, R. Clark Third row: T. Fox, B. Iaccaud, B. Strimer, H. Flemming, T. Heineman, B. Roberts, C. McDonald, S. George, B. UI-ferman I Holmes, T. Cowan, D. Hopkins, I. Hilborn, D. Landsittel, I. Donovan Fourth row: D. Shaw, A. Hackel, I. Lowry, L. Hopper, B. Denton, L. Newhouse, B. Wilson, I. Downey, M. Thatcher L Lowry, J. Robinson, D. Burns, E. Bills, J. Wickham Fifth row: T. Rybolt, I. Amold, B. Montgomery, T. Masters, T. Driggs, K. Terry, T. Flemming, G. Buckingham, C. Smith, S Buzard, A. Boecklin, R. Morrison, L. Hall, D. Baird HI-Y KEY CLUB To overcome an early year financial crisis the club carried on a series of fund-raising projects. The most elaborate of these was the sale of Aerosol shoe polish. The club also sponsored several dances and worked with the Circle K Club in selling refreshments at Ohio Wesleyan University social functions. Most of the business of the club was handled by committees. This left time in the club meetings for a program. Don Shaw, chairman of the program committee, presented a num- ber of interesting speakers. Other committees were the project committes under Alan Hackel, the social committee headed by Dave Landsittel, vocational guidance led by Bob Gallant, interclub committee under Larry Hopper, and sergeant at arms headed by Terry Heineman. In addition, a house committee consisting entirely of freshmen was set up to put the library in order before and after meetings. 49 Front row: I. Felts, N. Slagle, I. Allen, I. Strimer, P. Clark, I. Crowl, M. Hilbom, M. Teele Second row: H. Wyss, D. Shaw, I. Seidl, C. Blair, L. Baylill, F. Matanzo, D. Landsittel, B. Jaccaud NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service are the four qualities which are taken into consideration in selecting members of the National Honor Society. Sixteen Willis seniors were taken into the society this year when the twenty-fourth annual initiation was held on April 16 in the auditorium. ' A - Mr. Graham gave the welcoming address, speaking brieiiy on the history of the organ- ization. Miss Whitted then read the names and qualifications of the prospective members, sixteen in number. The students then went to the stage, where the initiation ceremony took place. Five Willis alumni, Frances Alter, Judy jones, Nancy Wickham, jerry Allen, and Robert Max- well took part in initiating the new members. Mr. Iames Blair then gave a speech to the assembly, containing the truth that "you are what you resolve to be." After the assembly ,the new initiates were honored by the teachers at a banquet in the Colonial Room at Buns Restaurant. Robert Maxwell gave a short after-dinner address telling the' students that they must accept the responsibility of this award as well as the honor. The present policy for the election of members, adopted in 1952, calls for a ranking of eligible students in each of the four qualities on which the selection is based. These rank- ings are averaged together and a single class ranking is obtained. Pupils must be in the upper third of their class scholastically to be eligible for Honor Society consideration. The National Honor Society originated in 1921 through efforts of Edward Rynearson, a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University. Today there are more than 5,000 chapters in high schools throughout the country. It is sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals. - 50 Front row: I. Allen, I. Seidl, N. Slagle, L. Carlisle, B. Iaccaud, M. Skatz, S. Hasty, C. Blair, S. Elder, B. Perfect, L. Baylifl M. Teele, M. Vance, I. Strimer . Second row: S. Plogher, I. Baker, S. Geesman, P. Rupe, S. Yoder, K. Thombury, N. Swam, D. Barney, A. Toney, T. King S. Martin, D. Keller, S. Brimhall, I. Holmes, L. Harris, B. Yant, K. Baird, L. Amick, P. Householder, C. Owen, I. Felts M. Hopkins, C. Hahn Third row: I. Crowl, S. Hall, L. Bobula, C. Ellis, I. Greene, S. Kellar, P. Raybum, M. Hilbom, N. Pool, K. Burdette, L Lawson, -D. Stewart, N. Schunck, N. Osbome, C. Lowry, I. Bamey, P. Clark, I. DeWalt, A. Johnson, M. Smith, B. Murphy, I. Fidler, Mr. Shennan Moist Fourth row: L. Tumey, P. Fidler, L. Fitzgerald, M. Bigony, I. Barris,'M. Reed, P. Smith, L. Owen, S. Dorsey, V. Brown, C. Hyducke, S. Patrick, M. Wareham, S. Arnold, S. Baylill, P. Oman, S. Anderson, M. Evans, M. Spencer, A. Campbell, B. Elder Fifth row: V. Roberts, B. Carnes, K. McElfresh, A. Ieisel, R. Kebker, T. Sell, K. Jones, I. Burkhart, P. Piper, I. Little, N. Moses, S. George, A. Hackel, H. Flemming, D. Shaw, G. Bauman, J. Moore, S. Ross, K. Himing, L. Axline Sixth row: I. Cain, S. Borland, K. Hardin, S. Catton, N. Glaze, J. Reed, H. Hearn, I. Marburger, C. Bird, A. Heinlen, I. Bishop, I. Knight, P. Glaze, B. .McNamee, M. Greene, L. Longwell, S. Fleshman, B. Shearman FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The Future Teachers of America, under the leadership of Carolyn Blair, president, Sandy Elder, vice-president, Sue Hasty, secretary, Bob jaccaud, treasurer, and Melinda Skatz, had some unusual and interesting programs and carried .on several worthwhile projects during the year. At the first meeting, the club heard three new NVillis teachers, Mr. Yonders, Mr. Barger and Mrs. Orland. They told of their first impressions of VVillis, and of the, opinions they had formed about the school. During the year, members heard from Mr. Charles Thompson, music professor at Ohio Wesleyan, Mr. Meabon, Wlillis guidance counselor, Miss Bussard, French teacher at Willis, and Mr. Moist, the F . T. A. advisor. One of the most interesting speakers was Mr. Edward Martin who is the principal of Girls, Industrial School. Initiation of new members was held at the second meeting. At this time sixty students from all four classes were received into the club. , The advisor, oflicers, and a representative from each class took active part in the candlelight ceremony. During the lirst semester, nine junior and senior girls took over classes at Carlisle Elementary School for the last half hour every Thursday. This program allowed the regular teachers to attend a special class and it gave the girls an opportunity to gain experience in working with younger children. Also, many members substituted for Willis teachers when the need arose. Both these activities helped fulfill the main objectives of F . T. A. which is to help students acquaint themselves with th c teaching profession 5I 3 Front row: P. Breece, I. Fouts, E. Black, J. Donovan, I. Harter, M. Sheneiield, G. King Second row: Mr. Beougher, Mr. Hopkins, R. George, A. Deel G. Gray, L. Nutter, I. Raile, K. Deel, D. White, C Hom P Ramsey, G. Schultz, L. Nauman, F. Oehler, Mr. Graham Third row: D. Segner, H. Deel, C. Smith, C. Bachelor, E. Freeman, D. Schultz, K. Terry, R. Holt FUTURE FARMERS OE AMERICA No other national student organization enjoys greater freedom of self-governing under adult guidance than the Future Farmers of America. The Delaware chapter was organized in the fall of 1937, nine years after the national' chapter was founded. The oflicers for this year were Jerome Donavan, president, Ed Black, vice president, Jim Harter, secretary, Gene King, treasurer, Myron Sheneiield, reporter, Paul Breece, sentinel, and Ion F outs, student advisor. The club was counseled by Mr. Beougher. This has been a very active year for the Delaware chapter. President Jerome Donavan received a number of awards, including junior division Grand Champion Brown Swiss at the Ohio State Fair and Grand Champion and reserve Grand Champion Brown Swiss 'in both junior and senior divisions at the Delaware County Fair. Other winners at the fair were Steve Schultz for champion steer and David VVhite for champion ewe. Donavan also was chosen as the most outstanding boy in F. F. A. in Delaware County for 1957. The group sent Donavan and Ed Black to the state F. F. A. convention, and for the twelfth year the Delaware chapter was represented at the national convention in Kansas City. This year the club won a gold medal in the parliamentary procedure contest, an award which it also holds on the national level. To raise money, the F. F. A. members sold screwdriver sets and conducted their annual scrapldrive. The money raised was used to finance the annual parent-son banquet, held on Marc 13. In April, club awards were made to Ierome Donavan, star farmer, Gene Gray, public speaking, Charles Smith, dairy farmer, Ed Black and Myron Shenefield, mechanics, Jim Harter, soil and water management, Kilby Deel and Clyde Bachelor, safety, and Ion Fouts, farm electrification. 52 Front row: B. Wells, W. Blackbum, S. Howard, A. Polites, J. Deel, C. Gabriel, T. Freeman, M. Arrington, I. Talkington S. Murphey, M. Mundy Second row: G. Wanzo, M. Pickens, L. Klump, B. Graham, K. Murfield, T. Vipperman, C. Welch, M. Skatz, C. Hair, S. Wygle, P. Arthur, S. Hall, C. Courter, B. Swam, C. Stiles, D. Berry, T. Jervis, Mrs. Hulbert Third row: D. Byus, A. Barker, S. Wilson, S. Crank, I. Deaver, B. Payne, D. Organ, T. Dunham, H. Snider, C. Morgan C. Mullins, P. Welch, M. Poole, C. Glaze, M. Sheets, L. Hill, B. Payne, L. Shelton, B. Simpson FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The FHA activities began in the summer of 1957, when the group met to plan for the school year. In September, the new girls in home economics were welcomed with a Cet Acquainted Tea. The next project was the Delaware County Fair, where the club's booth won an "Av grade and the members received above average ratings. In November, the chapter invited other county groups to a meeting entitled "Around the VVorld in 80 Minutes." During December, the girls provided gifts for the residents of the Delaware County Home. T e main event of the year was the Queen of Hearts Dance. The theme was Valentine's Day and Carol Sue Gabriel reigned over the evening's festivities. In May, the Mother- Daughter Banquet was held. Then came the installation of new oHicers and the Senior Pizza party, a farewell party which began a new yea z' of planning for the new officers. 3 7 Front row: T. Skatzes, D. Ward, T. Crist, S. Hall, Mrs. Hulbert, C. Gabriel, D. Wirick, G. Ingle, I. Hughes, M. Dixon Second row: I. jones, E. Coakley, S. Fogle, S. Piper, L. Burrer, M. Bennett, S. Fleshman, E. Bennett, H. Robinson, M. Kintz, J. Slane, D. Thompson, S. Meade Third row: W. Brokaw, L. Kroninger, D. Wilson, I. Bishop, M. Dunnigan, A. Hawkins, C. Davis, I. Long, B. Henry, I. Workman, S. Hagaman 53 Front row: L. Bayliff, C. Blair, Mr. Creasy, G. Opel, D. Landsittel, Mrs. Evans, I. Seidl, I. Felts Second row: H. Wyss, L. Turney, A. Iohnson, A. Heinlen, K. McElfresh, P. Piper, S. Ross, I. Crawford, I. Greene, M Dorsey, I. Burkhart, I. Cox, A. Hackel, J. Holmes, B. Roberts, B. Shearman Third row: D. Grifliths, C. Hahn, N. Slagle, R. Kebker, L. Harris, L. Schalfner, N. Osbome, Mr. Bigony, P. Fidler, I Strimer, I. Allen, M. Teele NATIONAL EOREN SIC LEAGUE The Willis chapter of the National Forensic League, an honorary inter-scholastic speak- ing organization, enjoyed its best year on record. After enjoying much success in interschool practice speech tournaments on several winter weekends, a record number of pupils qualiied for the finals in the Ohio High School Speech League. Lynda Baylitf, Carolyn Blair, Hal Wyss, and David Landsittel, became the Erst debate squad ever to qualify for iinals from WVillis. They placed Hfth out of 22 schools in this top level state-wide competition. Other XVillis qualifiers in the individual events Held included Gwen Opel, original oratoryg Iudy Strimer, dramatic declamationg Alan Hackel, boyis extemporaneous speaking, jerry Holmes, oratoric declamation, and Sandra Bayliif, humorous declamation. President of this year's organization was David Landsittel, while Gwen Opel served as secretary. Mrs. Earl Evans was faculty advisor, assisted by Ken Creasy. BEGINNING SPEAKERS VARSITY Front row: D. Griffiths, S. Martin, S. O'Keefe, B. Elder, Front row: I. Felts, I. Seidl, Mrs. Evans, Mr. Creasy, K- Himiflg C. Blair, L. Baylilf, I. Strimer Second row: Mrs. Evans, N. Swam, J. Oberlander, S. Second row: N. Slagle, A. Johnson, L. Turney, N. Meade, I. Finch, M. Spencer, Mr. Creasy Osborne, P. Fidler, M. Bigony, K. McElfresh, S. Ross, Third row: C. Deyo, B. Ingraham, L. Steele, P. Piper, L. Schaffner, G. Opel, R. Kebker D. Whetsel, M. Sheneiield, B. Strimer, I. Eishen, L. Third row: C. Hahn, H. Wyss, D. Landsittel, B. Roberts, Marlowe, A- Flemming I. Holmes, I. Cox, A. Hackel, I. Greene 54 Front row: L. Carlisle, I. Allen, L. Baylili, Mrs. Heam, B. Perfect, A. Hackel Second row: N. Slagle, M. Teele, L. Bobula, I. Crowl, B. Elder, S. Ross, G. Opel, D. Baird, I. Amold, D. Mooney I. Reed, H. Hearn, M. Dorsey, L. Longwell, M. Greene, B. Mackley, I. Seidl, J. Strimer THESPIAN S Troupe 420 of the National Thespian Society completed another year of varied activities under the leadership of their sponsor, Mrs. N. S. Hearn. These activities began with the presentation of a portion of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream at the Ohio Speech Association Conference in Columbus. The Thespians also helped with the operetta, H. M. S. Pinafore. To bring the year to a successful close, the group presented a children's play, Little Red Riding Hood, to both the high school and grade school students. Ofiicers for this year were Lynda Bayliff, presidentg Alan Hackel, vice-president, Beth Perfect, secretary, and janet Allen, treasurer. ' BUOTH AND STAGE CREWS a The Booth and Stage Crew members are some of the most important behind-the-scenes students at Willis. Any senior high boy may start as an apprentice, and when he has put in sixty hours of work, he is considered a stage crew member. The duty of the stage crew is to keep the stage repaired and ready for any activity or performance. The booth crew is responsible for school movies and the spotlight during spe- cial activities. , This year the stage crew acquired new high fidelity amplifiers and a portable public address system. Don Baird acted as stage manager and Mr. Slasor was the faculty advisor. D. Morris, Mr. Slasor, D.'Segner, J. Liggett B. Benton, D. Baird, I. Eishen 55' FULL CHORUS AND CAST AT FINALE "H, M. S. PIN AFORE' CAST OF CHARACTERS Sir joseph Porter ---- ..... -- ....... .........,................ , .CC.,..C, .....,.....,..... ......... L .....,,........ A l a n Hackel Captain Corcoran .... ------ .... - ............ .....,.......,.. . .--- ......................,....... - ..... ,--- ..,.. David Mooney Ralph Rackstraw ........ -- ....... - .... - ..,..... --.---, -Av,..-. .... - ........... - ----- ............... Bruce Burns Dick Deadeye ..... - ....... -M ....,............. - ..i............... . ..,...... .,.. - .,,. - ,---.-...- ...,..,. ,Robert Mackley Boatswairfs Mate ....,... -- ....... ---... .... L- ..... ------ .i.oo.....,.. ..............,. - ........ - ............ R obert Lowry Carpentefs Mate .... L--- ......... ..... - .,,..r,, ,. .....,.,,ooo. - ,...,.... - ---- ..... - .... ----- .......... Larry Hopper Iosephine .,.................... -- ......... - .....................,.......,........... - .... ............. - ,.............,. I ulia Strimer Cousin Hebe ................ W-- .......... --,,---------- ..... , ,,,.. - ,,., - ,,......., .... - .... - ................. L ynda Bayliff Little Buttercup .......... - .......... - ...............,,..,,.,,...........,.......................,.,.....,.,....,,......... Harriet Hearn Directors .....,..... - ..., M--.---- ......... , ..,, , ,,,,----,,,-- -,S ,,,,,.,,..,......,.. ,,,-,,,, , ,, Accompanists ....... -.-,,- ,.....,..,,...,,,,,,,,.i,,, ,r,.c.,c....., ..,...,.... ........ - Chorus ......,.............. ----- ....................r...,,,...... - ....-c.,..,,......,.........,,.,..vr, - .............,, .7 Selected members of Senior High Chorus and Girls' Glee Club 56 Senior High Choir, .Miss Plum and Mrs. Hearn Jeanne Felts and Ianet Allen Seated: I. Felts, D. Mooney L. Bayliff, H. Heam I Strimer, A. Hackel, I Allen Standing: B. Perfect, L Bo bula, B. Lowry, B. Mackley B. Bums, L. Carlisle G Opel GIRLS' CHORUS AND PRINCIPALS BOYS' CHORUS AND PRINCIPALS COMBINED CHORUSES AND PRINCIPALS Front row: S. George, E. Black, D. Landsittel Second row: I. Gruber, P. Glaze, K. Hardin, S. Gatton, A. Heinlin, B. Burns, L. Carlisle, I. Seidl, N. Slagle, A. Hackel B. Gallant, H. Flemming, H. Wyss, D. Shaw Third row: I. Allen, K. Thornbury, C. Blair, Miss Benson, I. Strimer, I. Felts, L. Bayliif Fourth row: L. Amick, 1. Crowl, D. Stewart, D. Ramey, M. Vance, M. Householder, M. Skatz, S. Hasty, S. Elder, B Perfect, M. Teele, J. Finch, S. Hall, M. Hilborn, R. Rardon, N. Patrick, M. Smith, R. Kebker, L. Harris, I. Holmes S. Brimhall, T. Vipperman, C. Owen, S. Geesman, P. Piper, L. Fitzgerald, H. Heam, I. Reed Fifth row: L. Lawson, B. Ingraham, S. Arnold, S. Kellar, L. Bobula, P. Rayburn, M. Stanley, L. Schaffner, J. Hudson C. Deyo, B. Elder, M. Blair, I. Ramey, N. Byerly, N. Osborne, S. Pope, M. Evans, I. Cain, C. Ellis, J. Greene, M. Greene G. Opel, I. Barris, M. Reed, B. McNamee, A. johnson s DELHI STAFF We members of the 1958 Delhi Staff extend our deepest thanks to Miss Benson, Cub- berly Studios, Gateway Publishing Company, Gray Printing Company, our advertisers and patrons, and the faculty and students of VVillis High School. Our journey along Panther Pathways would have been impossible without the help we received from these people. Willy, the mascot for our school and our yearbook, has long been a symbol for the Panther spirit of Willis High, so we chose him for our leader this year. This is the executive stalf of the 1958 Delhi: C. Blair, assistant editor, K. Thornbury, business, I. Strimer, editor, L. Bayliif, seniors and faculty, I. Allen, identification, I. Felts, circulation, and - WILLY ,si :, Sip JW, ,M as ,, if' ' ' ' 1 . 1 2 2-'fir as'225K-1'-534 . ' " ' 1 ' 58 x Front row: N. Slagle, J. Seidl, A. Johnson, M. Teele, Mrs. Reed, D. Landsittel, M. Hilbom, I. Strimer, H. Wyss Second row: I. Felts, I. Crowl, N. Osborne, P. Clark, S. Pope, L. Baylill, A. Hackel, B. Shearman, C. Blair, C. Opel C Lowry, I. Ramey, K. Thornbury, D. Ramey GAZETTE EDITORIAL BOARD The 1957-58 editorial board of the Delaware Gazette's "High School Page" was com- posed of students from Miss Dorothy Whitted and Mrs. H. C. Reed's Senior English class. Led by co-editors Mary Judy Teele and David Landsittel, the group assigned and edited the articles Written by the Senior English class. This work gives the students an opportunity to practice what they have learned about journalism. In March, Mrs. Jack Bargeris junior English class began working on the "High School Page" in preparation for next year. Both juniors and seniors were advised by Mrs. Reed. QUILL AND SCROLL The Quill and Scroll Club, a national journalism honorary, were reactivated at Willis High School last spring. Seniors David Landsittel and Hal Wyss were the only members in the club this year. Qualifications for election to the club are based upon work done for the Gazette High School Page and assistance given to the Delhi activities. Wyss and Land- sittel have been active throughout their high school careers as members of these journalistic organizations. The boys were greatly assisted with their club activities by Miss Olatha Benson, Quill and. Scroll advisor. H. Wyss, Miss Benson, D. Landsittel 59 C. Blair, L. Baylilf, L. Carlisle, L. Longwell, I. Seidl, B. Per fect, N. Slagle, M. Hilbom, M. Vance, S. Hasty Carolyn Blair demonstrates the volleyball service Nancy Slagle prepares to deliver an overhand smash W-GIRLS This organization is an honorary division of the W-Teen sports program. To be eligible for a "W," a girl must have par- ticipated in at least three sports for three years. The sports committee then judges the candidates upon the qualities of sports- manship they possess. The new W-Girls received their letters at the first play night in November and also in the'spring. The four major sports are pictured here. SPORTS COMMITTEE 60 Judy Seidl is about to sink a basket Linda Carlisle appears to be aiming for a strike Front row: M. Patrick, B. Roberts, G. McDonald, T.' Heineman, I. Gongwer, Mr. Coyle Second row: G. Miller, B. Burns, G. Morris, L. Hall, T. Rybolt, T. Masters, B. Montgomery, T. Cowan, L. Hopper, I. Fonts, E. Black Third row: T. Gallant, M. Dorsey, T. Longwell, D. Hill, R. Clark, F. Matanzo, L. Williams, A. Boecklin, I. Shaw, D. Landsittel, B. Gallant, B. Ufferman, J. Donovan D-CLAN The Willis High School D-Clan is an organization made up of Willis athletes r who have won a varsity "D" during high school in one or more of the schools six interscholastic sports. These include foot- ball, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, and go . Projects included selling programs and popcorn, and sponsoring an April Dance. The highlights of the year came in May 1. X Banquet in the Willis gymnasium. r - -1 when the D-Clan held its annual All-Sports 5 if l J K 1 . . Q . M 4 .. . 1 a if ff ' ,' 'I' Oflicers this year were Terry Heineman, L 6 Jyiyp presidentg Larry Gongwer, vice-president, i n a, 5, Garry McDonald, secretary-treasurer. Mr. sisn arrarsgsri cssrrta Richard Coyle was faculty supervisor for fff the organization. ..,.... , T FOCTBALL atas ' ll ,hi .,k. -,f wig., j fj wg' 34.53 Larry Gongwer is shown practicing an overhead bas- ketball shot Bob Gallant is playing base- ball, one of Willis' spring sports 6I Dorrance Hill is pictured putting the shot, one of the many track and Held events Dave Landsittel gets ready to smash a backhand stroke in tennis Front row: S. Matthews, I. Barris, K. Hardin, H. Hearn, D. Landsittel, D. Shaw, D. Cross, E. Kern, M. Cranor, J. Long Second row: L. Bayliif, M. Teele, M. Greene,.D. Ramey, B. Shearman, Miss Plum, B. Lowry, I. Hudson, I. Strimer, I. Felts, C. Blair Third row: I. Allen, M. Householder, S. Martin, R. Hackel, S. Donovan, B. Ross, I. Barringer, K. Baird, D. Stewart, C. Owen, I. Shirling, A. Moore, I. Crowl, M. Smith, S. Kellar, C. Fisher, J. Finch Fourth row: J. Donovan, I. Ramey, N. Byerly, L. Schaiiner, S. Pope, C. Deyo, M. Young, S. Clark, M. Blair, M. Scott, S. Parks, E. Stull, L. Fitzgerald, P. Hagaman, J. Berry, L. Brackney, S. Flowers, H. Wyss, L. Longwell MAIOR MINOR The Major-Minor Music Club had a ship increased greatly, mostly due to the the club. In the spring the club performed and also put on their own music program bers traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to take .The program of the club was planned Lowry, president, Betsy Shearman, vice- Datha Ramey, treasurer. Miss Plum was successful year in 1957-1958. The member- twenty-six freshmen who were admitted to at the polio foundation at Magnetic Springs in a school assembly. In May, the mem- izi the musical "Guys and Dolls." by the officers. The oilicers were: Bob president, Judy Hudson, secretary, and the advisor for Major-Minor. POPULAR MUSIC The Popular Music Club was created to give more Willis students a chance to enjoy the different phases of the musical Held. During club meetings, the members participated in singing patriotic songs, show tunes, popular music, spirituals, and folk songs. These were performed by individuals as well as by the entire group. Miss Plum was the faculty advisor. ' 62 Front row: C. Mullins, M. Dixon, H. Snyder, C. Wanzo Second row: S. Wilson, P. Welch, S. Fogle, Miss Plum, A. Heinlen, I. Floumoy, B. Simpson Third row: C. Morgan, B. Payne, E. Price, P. Simpson, G. Floumoy, D. Wilson, L. Shelton Front row: D. Rucker, W. Watson, T. Ackley, B. Benton, G. Berry, B. Giles, R. Hackel, I. Barringer, C. Pinney, P. House- holder, K. Baird, I. Holmes, C. Owen Second row: C. Ellis, P. Oman, J. Robinson, B. Ross, M. Maxwell, M. Blair, Mrs. Evans, A. Flemming, S. Flowers, S. Scott, B. Strimer, B. Wilson, S. Donovan Third row: L. Lawson, L. Amick, B. Ingraham, H. Hanrahan, K. Brown, I. Eishcn, T. Pope, I. Rapp, T. Campbell, E. Butts, F. Saltmarsh, G. Phillips, L. Marlowe, N. Poole, V. DeVries, M. Carson, E. Stull Fourth row: K. Iones, S. Kieman, S. Steams, M. Keller, A. Moore, S. Parks, S. Dorsey, V. Brown, S. Saulsbury, I. Berry, S. Anderson, M. Wareham, L. Brackney, R. Nutt, D. Iackson, F. Flanagan, D. Bertram, L. Newhouse LATIN CLUBS This year there were three Latin I clubs and two Latin II. In Latin I, the presidents were S. Flowers, A. Flemming, and M. Blair, acting for D. Hopkins, vice presidents, I. Scott, B. Wilson, B. Strimer, secretaries, B. Ross, J. Robinson, M. Maxwell, treasurers, S. Donavan, C. Ellis, P. Oman. In Latin II, the presidents were D. Griffiths, T. Cowan, vice presidents, K. McElfresh, D. Wardle, secretaries, I. Burkhart, I. Case, treasurers, I. Marburger and T. Longwell. The Latin banquet, held in April, was called "Feast of the Boundaries," the movie presented was Quo Vadis. Another important activity was the State Junior Classical League Convention held on April 11 in Mershon Auditorium. Sixty Latin club members attended, and the students supervised the Model Latin Club Workshop. A few I. C. L'ers may attend the National Convention at the University of Michi- gan this summer. The clubs are advised by Mrs. Evans. Front row: D. Wardle, A. Toney, T. King, M. Jordan, E. Starkey, N. Moses, T. Gallant Second row: I. Marburger, I. Burkhart, K. McElfresh, D. Gritliths, T. Cowan, A. Boecklin, I. Case, T. Long- well Third row: Mrs. Evans, B. Bollinger, B. Elder, V. Ro- berts, B. Rapp, T. Sell, D. Keller, R. Kebker, C. Hahn, B. Fillinger, S. Betts Fourth row: D. Bonner, C. Cordial, D. Lowry, J. Young, R. Clark, I. Ditslear, T. Pope, E. Bills, D. Hursey, I. Cox Fifth row: N. Schunck, M. Thatcher, I. Little, M. Dor- sey, K. Jones, A. Campbell, D. Whetsel, P. Piper, L. Tumey, M. Bigony, P. Hag- aman, P. Fidler, L. Fitz- gerald 63 FRENCH I Front row: C. Lowry, L. Bobula, G. Bauman, P. Ray- burn Second row: B. Barton, C. Ellis, Miss Bussard, I. Ar- nold, L. Axline Third row: I. Cain, S. Mar- tin, N. Hough, S. Geesman, D. Stewart, S. Arnold, S. Keller, J. Shirling, I. Myers, C. Deyo, K. Oller, D. Welsh, S. Matthews Fourth row: I. Green, G. Miller, D. Salisbury, D. Hunt, K. Hall, T. Flem- ming, B. Montgomery, I. Downie, I. Reed, H. Hearn, S. Catton, S. Borland, I. Barris The French Clubs are made up of the pupils in French I and French II classes. Learning more about t.he life, customs, and language of the French are the aims of the clubs. The biggest project for these organizations was the Mardi Gras, held in the gymnasium on April 18. It was a miniature of the New Orleans festival, and was called "Fairy Tales and Fantasy Landf' In the club meetings, the members took imaginary trips to France through the use of slides and movies. The students celebrated many French holidays and practiced various French customs. This year's oliicers in French II were Ann johnson, president, Gwen Opel, vice-president, Pat Glaze, secretary-treasurer, and Melinda Skatz, social chairman. In French I there were two clubs. The period III oiiicers were Iack Arnold, president, Lois Axline, vice-president, Phyliss Rayburn, secretary-treasurer, and Gene Bauman, social chairman. Period IV oiiicers were Charlene Ellis, president, Beverly Barton, vice-president, Carolyn Lowry, secretary-treasurer, and Lynne Bobula, social chairman. Miss Bussard advised both clubs. FRENCH II Front row: T. Masters, I. Crawford, A. Hackel, L. Hopper, D. Mooney, B. Iac- caud, H. Flemming Second row: C. Hair, N. Os- home, A. Johnson, B. Ro- berts, Miss Bussard, B. Bums, G. Opel, M. Greene Third row: N. Harris M. Spencer, I. DeWalt, I. C r o w l , R. Bucklew, M. Skatz, L. Longwell, L. Car- lisle, B. Perfect, I. Allen, M. Sheets, M. Hilborn Fourth row: S. Ross, M. Reed, S. Hagaman, M. Evans, A. Heinlen, P. Glaze, I. Long, M. Cranor SPANISH I Front row: K. Sanderson, I. Welch, G. Buckingham, T. Bums Second row: M. Reed, D. Winship, Miss Bussard, P. Arthur, S. Clark Third row: B. Russell, L. Barrett, D. Patrick, I. Ober- lander, C. Main, P. Myers, B. Yant, S. Brimhall, R. Eb- right, N. Jackson Fourth row: S. Dorsey, H. Hatte, V. Vining, C. Town- sel, D. Daurer, N. Firestone, R. Ross, C. Frederick, A. Slkatz, K. Burdette, K. Har- in SPANISH CLUBS The two Spanish clubs, under the guidance of Miss Bussard, had a successful and interesting year. The Spanish II Club was named "Los Espanoles Futures" and adopted "Que sera, serai' as its motto. Officers of the club were Robert Iaccaud, president, Mary Hilborn, vice president, Norma Osborn, secre- tary-treasurer, and Nancy Slagle, social chairman. Spanish I members chose "Los Amigos Espanolesn as the name for their club. The oHicers were Patsy Arthur, president, Darlene Winship, vice-president, Susan Clark, secretary-treasurer, and Marcia Reed, social chairman. Each of the clubs held a Kings' Day Party and two groups combined with the French Clubs to present the Mardi Gras on April 18. SPANISH II Front row: W. Ebright, M. E v a n s , D. Robinson, L. Longwell, B. Shearman, L. Barrett Second row: N. Osbome, B. Iaccaud, Miss Bussard, M. Hilbom, N. Slagle Third row: D. Ramey, M. Smith, M. Skatz, C. Crumb, R. Rardon, P. Rupe, I. Oberlander, L. Harris, S. , Elder, C. Hagar, M. Sheets, S. Pope, M. Young, B. Simp- I son Fourth row: G. Miller, B. Waldie, L. Lowry, H. Banks, G. Tagg, G. Morris, P. Laz- dins, D. Dickey, S. Buzard, H. Flemming, T. Mather, G. Matanzo, D. Boster 65 Front row: B. Rapp, S. Acker, S. Corwin, D. Bunten, P. Grant, I. Swope, L. Lewis, Mr. Bowman, K. Lavender, I. Wilson Second row: I. Plogher, I. Freeman, D. Evans, I. Jervis, R. Bunten, R. Downing, D. Matthews, H. Gale, 1. Lumbard, M. Shuster, S. Buzard, T. Driggs, K. Welch, L. Williams, W. Smith, C. Fogle, D. Davenport, I. Cummins, I. Hayes, B. Brown, T Winship Third row: W. Sampson, F. Caldwell, M. Dolan, H. Welch, K. McBride, D. Lee, B. Roberts, C. McDonald, M. Patrick, D. Dorsey, K. Terry, I. johns, R. Simpson, L. Congwer, C. Floumoy, D Myers, C. Bachelor, L. Balch, C. Zimmerman, I. Zimmerman, E. Counts, D. Oberle INDUSTRIAL ARTS The Industrial Arts Club is an organization which gives its members a chance to further their interest in the' various industrial skills. The projects carried out by the club included the making of desk sets, end tables, and cedar chests. This year, the club initiated a plan for a continual display of the projects at the Delaware County Bank. . . The oilicers were jim Swope, president, Paul Grant, vice-president, David Corwin, secretary, and Larry Lewis, treasurer. Mr. Bowman was the advisor. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club, under the supervision of Mr. Slasor, was started at the beginning of the year to give the students an opportunity to further their scientific interests. Peter Lazdins, president, Sandra Bayliff, secretary, and David O,Keefe, treasurer, led the group to a very successful year. With the money they raised, the students paid for the buses which took exhibitors and their projects to the Science Fairs. The most exciting adventure undertaken by the group was a spring trip to the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. On this trip, the students also visited Greenfield Village, Michigan, the home of Henry Ford. Front row: P. Lazdins, T. Fox, S. O'Keefe, D. O'Keefe, P. Clark, Mr. Slasor Second row: I. Downie, R. Morrison, I. Cross 66 Front row: K. Hirning, I. Ditslear, S. Hasty, Mr. Moist, T. Winship, B. Barton, M. Dorsey Second row: S. Brimhall, R. George, B. Wilson, E. Kem, B. Carnes, I. Axline RECREATION COMMITTEE The Recreation Center located in old North School, was enjoyed by many in its twelfth year of existencef The "Rec" offers dancing, pool, ping pong, and refreshments. The "Been is governed by a rec center committee. This year,s committee was headed by Tom Win- ship with Sue Hasty serving as secretary. It is supervised by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore and Mr. Sherman P. Moist, faculty advisor. '- The duties of th committee are to make the rules and regulations, purchase records and plan all special activities for the "Rec" This year a Halloween party and a Christmas celebration were enjoyed. Also, in the spring, the committee held a birthday party for the "Rec," Up until the middle of this school year the "Rec" was open six nights a week, but, a new regulation made it necessary for the "Rec,' to close all nights except Friday and Saturday. YOUTH FOR CHRIST The Youth For Christ Club is an organization which strives to promote Christian ideals among young people. The group believes in the saying "practice what you preach," so they provided a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family. The oilicers this year were Lois Morgan, president, Alma Barker, vice-president, and Evelyn Ben- nett, secretary-treasurer. The club was assisted in its work by Mrs. Reed. Front row: D. Organ, E. Bennett, S. Mead A. Barker, S. Fleshman Second row: M. Donegan, H. Roberts, B. Murlield V 67 Front row: I. Felts, M. Teele, I. Finch, N. Byerly, I. Gruber, D. Boster, H. Wyss, I. Hilbom, D Landsittel, K Bolen, S. Kellar, M. Stanley, L. Harris, I. Ramey Second row: D. Ramey, C. Deyo, S. Matthews, L. Longwell, M. Greene, D. Mooney, G. Bauman, A. Hackel, B. Johnson, C. Crumb, C. Fisher, C. Ellis, Miss Plum Third row: M. Smith, I. Strimer, I. Barris, H. Hearn, B. Mackley, L. Hall, S. Lowe, M. Patrick, K. Hardin, M. Young, I. DeWalt, J. Allen, N. Slagle Fourth row: I. Crowl, I. Cain, I. Greene, M. Sheets, B. Shearman, B. Lowry, I. Arnold, D. Baird Fifth row: C. Blair, I. Reed, L. Baylilf, S. Pope, C. Glaze SENIOR HIGH CHOIR "Music is the universal language of mankindfp Wrote Longfellow, and the Senior High Choir was a Hne instrument of this language. Under the direction of Miss Eliza Plum, four public appearances were made by the choir, each a rich experience for both choir members and the public. The group, ably accompanied by Jeanne Felts, first performed at the Thanksgiving assembly in November. Next came t.l1e annual Christmas Concert, which was held in the VVillis High School auditorium. The choir pre- sented The Song of Christmas, narrated by David Hopkins. "O Holy Nightv was sung by the Senior High Choir, Senior High Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, and selected Junior High Choir members. Former choir members joined in the singing of "The Hallelujah Chorusi' from The Messiah by Handel., A candlelight recessional and the singing of "Silent Night" climaxed the presentation. The H. M. S. Pinafore, a spritely operetta from the pen of Gilbert and Sullivan, was given on March 27. The choir made its last appearance at Baccalaureate in June. The Boys, Octette and Girls' Triple trio were chosen early in the year. The two groups combined to form the Choral Ensemble which sang at several school functions. The highlight of the year was the Christmas Concert, when the group presented "Twas the Night Before Christmasf' The Choral Ensemble also entertained at the W-Teen Formal, Hi-Y Key Club Spring Formal, and the Junior-Senior. 68 in . Front row: P. Mercer, S. Martin, M. Hopkins, R. Kebker, V. DeVries, B. Cames, E. Welsh, T. Sell, M. Spencer, S. jeisel, N. Harris Second row: Miss Plum, P. Fichtner, C. Hahn, P. Cain, B. Elder, L. Owen, S. Patrick, R. Truesdale, G. Smith, L. Fitzgerald Third row: C. Disbennett, P. Hagaman, P. Piper, D. Cross, C. Cordial, M. Cranor, K. McElfresh, N. Moses, J. Burkhart GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Clee Club, in its third year at Willis, was very active this year. The girls, in addition to singing at the annual Christmas Concert, designed the decorations for the performance. Several members sang in the Willis production of the M. S. Pinaforef' and the club also joined with the other vocal groups to present a junior high assembly. The club consists mainly of sophomores, and serves as a training ground for the Senior High Choir. Suzy Martin is the accompanist for the group and Miss Plum is the director. SENIOR HIGH CHORUS The Senior High Chorus gives freshmen and sophomores a chance to show their musical ability. The chorus, directed by Miss Eliza Plum, made its debut at the annual Christmas Concert held at Willis. They presented three selections and joined the Senior High Choir for three finale numbers. Selplpted members of the chorus participated in the Willis production of the operetta, H. M. S. Pinafore, in e spring. The Senior High Chorus was created to give more Willis students a chance to participate in musical activities. Older members of the chorus or members of outstanding ability pass on to the Senior High Choir. Sondra Flowers, Melissa Blair, and Dan Hursey accompanied this singing group. Front row: M. Householder, I. Barringer, B. Ross, T. Vipperman, T. Nutter, D. Hursey, D. Evans, D. Byerly, D. Stewart, C. Owen, B. Ingraham, S. Geesman Second row: Miss Plum, S. Brimhall, S. Donovan, D. Wardle, T. Fox, L. Sheets, B. Strimer, D. Welch, V. Brown, L. Amick, S. Anderson Third row: S. Scott, I. Holmes, H. Snider, K. Brown, D. Segner, N. McDonald, R. Ross, K. Hall, K. Baird, A. Moore, L. Lawson, L. Johnson Fourth row: I. Shirling, M. Wareham, P. Oman, S. Bayliif, S. Arnold, T. Stull 69 GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIG 1 Front row: I. Strimer, C. Blair, L. Bayliff, M. Greene Second row: M. Teele, S. Pope, I. Ramey, J. Allen, J. Crowl, J. Felts Front row: L. Hopper, A. Second Row: H. Wyss, S. Low Hackel, B. Lowry e, D. Baird, D. Landsittel ff . - ' ...M K Z Ii' .s 22mf?49T?2i545li537f?iY15'gEigii ggxwx' ' 112 25 , .gm . 24'fsi9i.f9E.fWzHfi53?s.'51,3SSf1wvis f . S - f - ,. . 2 2 5 . N -H2-f M - ' fM2.5g..gfw?1Qs:fe?5PW-mais.. 11:1 12255, ug fs sr' ff : .Q-'Q QF .. . ..,,' . sfu:'JP:fg.s1sz.Q?1gE2:Q359s4 .:,,,., 55. ...U ,.., My X 7 5, qi . .3-5::v-'1,, .g ,- L is - V, ': , ' " VW: if? "nun-' 1 1, H2",?zsif-SZ -- ' " ' '25f5,fe1M ' 5 K 1- + 535.5 ,.., . if - H ans". 5 K -. .xx K , ' 'AW -'1 .. 5' 5 .. . 1 F' 2' 1 , .. , .ri , 34 4 , wi A3511 .w -1 5-f ff' : I G7 f ..:-f . J- ' . . I 'l fi-gm! .2?Y3- .W . iff? , 1 8' - -- S -' f ' x 731311532552 in Q65-Qi, """ :: vi' qv Ugg kv 5 -Nix :ggjj 3355 geegazr' f.liZiggjj,5?f1,2fELL-3, iiV5s?fi5EI2zil,.: ., . A :fx f -. .- fl: AE-3:3 HZ' . - 1. 1 4: .- gs K " W ' K. .f. , 5,-.. .l:2'1s3"" - f . f K 21 if BOYS' 70 OCTETTE Front row: H. Wyss, D. Landsittel, B. Lowry, D. Lowry, D. Shaw Second row: I. Donovan, D. Keller, J. Ramey, C. Hahn SULTAN S OF SWING The Sultans of Swing dance band was one of the busiest musical organizations at Willis, playing many engagements throughout the central part of Ohio. This dance band, the I-irst at Willis since 1945, was organized in 1956 by a group of boys interested in furthering their music experience. The original band consisted of seven mem- bers, but was later enlarged to nine members. The band has been run completely by its members, who finance all of its equipment and music from the money they earn playing for various functions. The members also purchase white dinner jackets with the band's earnings. In addition to playing many outside engagements, the band has also become a familiar sound around Willis. The Sultans have played at many of the large dances at Willis and have taken part in assemblies and other school functions. Don Shaw was chosen as leader of the band and has acted as executive and business manager for the band since its origin. 7l Front row: D. Landsittel, B. McNamee, N. Osbome, V. Robinson, L. Schaffner, I. Ramey, M. Young, D. Boster, I. Marburger, B. Cames Second row: L. 'Hill, B. Simpson, L. Barrett, D. Griffiths, L. Turney, D. Whetsel, B. Wilson, D. Baird, K. Hardin, L. Harris, B. Uflerman Third row: S. Bayliff, S. Scott, L. Brackney, S. O'Keefe, H. Wyss, I. Donavan, N. Patrick, A. Jeisel, G. Parks lgoulxgtilh row: B. Nutt, C. Horn, P. Hageman, I. Young, I. Cross, L. Baylilf, A. Hackel, D. Shaw, B. Burns, . 1 er Fifth row: Mr. Ross, D. Keller, B. Sheannan, T. Gallant, L. Sheets, W. Cames ILLIS HIGH The Willis High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Eugene Ross and assistant Mr. Kenneth jenkins, consisted of 95 members this year. The band took part in many activities of which the school and community can be proud. ' The marching band marched at the football games during the nine Weeks of football season. The pre-game and half-time shows the band presented were planned by the seniors of the band. Every day the band spent one hour at Community Field preparing for the coming game, often in cold and snowy weather. ' ' The marching band wore the traditional orange and black uniforms with white accessories. The band was lead by eight high strutting majorettes, who also had a new routine each Week. The last show presented by the marching band was a farewell salute to the seniors in the band. The band took the seniors on a tour of America featuring a formation and special music for each region of America. The final formation was a pennant and as the senioris names were read they formed a "Wu inside the pennant. Front row: I. Moore, B. Ingraham, K. Baird, S. Flowers, R. Hackel, B. Ross, C. Owen, V. Roberts, I. Allen, P. Householder, M. Bigony Second row: B. Bollinger, I. Rapp, R. Clark, J. Barringer, M. Evans, D. O'Keefe, M. Hilborn, B. Lowry, B. Benton, R. Bell Third row: I. Hutchisson, W. Ebright, P. Fidler, S. Donavan, C. Main, I. Dever, E. Butts, M. Vance, E. .Starky iough row: L. Gale, T. Longwell, B. Wilson, M. Wareham, B. Montgomery, C. Blair, D. Lowry, R. Rardon, . arrett Fifth row: D. Mooney, B. Rapp, S. Hasty, M. Teele, Mr. Jenkins SCHOOL BAN Following the marching season, the band began daily rehearsals in the band room in prepara- tion for the coming concerts and band contest. 'The Winter Concert was held February 6 featuring the High School Band, the Cadet Band, and the Seventh Grade Band. The Spring Concert held in May featured the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Cadet and Senior High Bands. The band went to the Ohio High School Band Contest held at Newark, Ohio, in March and received top ratings from all judges in all divisions. The group then competed in the State Contest in April, where it also gave an excellent performance. The annual band banquet, sponsored by the Band Parents, was held in the spring. Awards were presented at the banquet according to the number of years the member had been in the band. A band letter was presented to the Hrst year students and a service bar to all other mem- bers for each year of participation. The seniors of the band received a silver key as their final band award. 73 I. Marburger, L. Bayliif, C. Bird, V. DeVries, K. Baird, B. Ross, B. Yant, B. Blair MAICRETTES The Willis majorettes led the marching band through all types of weather and shows. Heading this list would be, of course, the weekly football games. The majorettes also appeared at the Little Brown jug, in the Memorial Day Parade and in the Santa Claus SENIOR BAND MEMBERS The senior band members were honored at the last football game of the season. The show was built on their ideas of a trip around the United States. The annual band banquet also directed special attention to these tried musicians of the VVillis High School Band. Parade. D. Shaw, I. Donovan, B. McNamee, V. Robinson, H. Wyss, N. Osborne, I. Ramey, R. Rardon, L. Harris, N. Patrick, M. Young, D. Landsittel, C. Blair, B. Shearman, M. Vance, M. Teele, S. Hasty, M. Hilbom, J. Allen, B. Bums, M. Evans, L. Baylilf, A. Hackel, B. Lowry 74 UZPUIJ 51 cn 35-1 Gro E: gi 3,5 SE 'US- 5:0 BO 5221" Q8 9- c.."C1 co gn: n-I-CT' :Uv Zin 5S'o SB '.5"U 'fa U"Co gn. Q-94. O- 05 HO' 32 ' ua o H1 5- cn ET GEL U2 O 'J' o o P-4 U' sr 5 UQ- 2 sn CA C-' 5 D- cn H Front row: D. Landsittel, B. McNamee, N. Osbome Second row: B. Lowry, D. O'Keefe, J. Ramey, M. Young Third row: D. Lowry, E. Butts, H. Wyss, I. Donavan, A. Jeisel Fourth row: A. Hackel, L. Bayliil, D. Shaw, B. Bums Fifth row: W. Cames, C. Blair, B. Shearman, S. Hasty The pep band added much in the way of school spirit and enthusiasm to the pep assemblies and basketball games. The pep band also took part in the homecoming pep rallies and other com- mlmity functions. One day the band will never forget is December 10 when it played atop a truck for a parade bringing Santa Claus to town. It was so cold that the instruments froze and no one could play a note. THE MARCHING BAND IN ACTION 75 Front row C Lobdell I Baker W Banks I Whetmore R Ebrlght S Patrlck M Carson B MOYFISOH C Graham M Pohtes K Flowers K Flowers gecrgpld row P Law P Welch C Mullms V Phrlllps B Lowry I Carnes W Oehler B Brgony S Wlckham ontlng Fourth row Mr Ross Mr Ienkms CADET BAND The Cadet Band IS made up of elghth and n1nth graders and 1S drrected by Mr jenkms The group played for a jumor lngh assembly and along wrth the Senlor Hlgh Band and Seventh Grade Band lt played at the annual wmter concert Bes1des the many marches the band played some d1Hicult concert mus1c The band spent much t1rne on the CXCICISGS whlch the members had to pass before bemff ad mltted to the Senlor Hlgh Band THE SENIOR HIGH B AT PRACTICE . : ' 9 ' r ' a ' 9 ' . a ' ' a ' a ' I 9 ' - 1 I , . , I Q l l n u . : ' 7 l' 7 ' 7 ' 3 ' 7 ' J ' 9 ' 5 ' Third row: I. Lewis, C. Brenneman, M. Price, F. Montgomery, B. Wilson, R. Roberts, T. Ivers, T. Ackley, C. Stiles : . , . ,, . . . . 1 1 ' I I n , I 1 1 - I I O ' - ATHLETICS , - qu. ",,P..fE1f?i+. . .',f5Z:'.!5 If ' , W -. ,,f Q-1 Q: 5,- - -' f 322 'I K ' L "'E'53FE"9 i ' irgffgf " , f ,524 K i . :x gti , ,ww if " K ' 2 H 3:f-fP"f:T': ,y K 441 K fi fq,,f,g: , lf, si. " 5' 1: - L ' L ' ' --W 31 . jig ' ' '23, ,eiiisa 5, sz . :1::f 5l"f :-,ff Vg :v'fQf2' if-fig,- ' X , A .. U' -"' 55: "Fix: 1 27 "J", '55r5':2:.:1.g' '5"'I. "!:'7",Elf.55:""i2:p A "" f':-"'E' ' 'J 11? , V- 'iii -ifgii 33,1 ,Z k:i'V"w,1yr:ss,'j Uk ' 7 iii L' ' -5, 517-1 VI' ' ,.1::af ,V tx ," vp Mg ,- ,,gf,-'5,n 5sf:.E.:E iff. Wnfafsgwl . Wkwge 1 'I fifw. gefzfggiw gf nf - ' '9:2sri2. ls-1 1.-Igzgi-tw ::,. ffm 'A ff K fa, fsf f Jn, wffzff' ff-i t w:wz,:fww:'f .' . Wifi! K ' ' " , ' W " .E.:5v,5:4,g:2i5,g32I f:5?Q5'fQiai'j- 5153215-ffI.i:' :fffg-ff',,,,, ,-ffm, " "E,- AQ Qff7Shi,fx??Q -51: 155, K, - . ks., H-:zff:3,fi5v.gg.m,51qA E2 "':-"r54Ex:::- ' " ' 1"52E'Ii'iw 11" fy. . . J-L5 -1--'mi' 4 M. 1,-,1+gsf:-,WA ,fm ' --"' fwiiggyi, V-ezsffsggf. k I 'AE.i"i!1Aq qznrz iQfT755W!i' 77 Front row, managers: W. Thompson, F. Caldwell, I. Ballard Second row: B. Rapp, D. Lee, J. Jones, T. Pope, G. Bauman, G. MacDonald Third row: Coach Coyle, Coach Middleton, I. Ditslear, I. Donovan, I. Hilbom, S. Buzard, A. Boecklin, I. Fouts Fourth row: I. Holmes, I. Lowry, I. Shaw, L. Hall, B. Montgomery, T. Masters, T. Rybolt L. Hopper, T. Heinernan The 1957-58 Panther squad, under the leadership of co-captains Terry Heinarnan and Larry Hooper, ' demonstrated excellent fighting spirit throughout the season. Dorrance Hill and Terry Heinarnan were named to the All-Central Buckeye League squad, with honor- able mention going to Ed Black, Tom, Cowan, Larry Hall, Terry Masters, Bob Montgomery, and jim Shaw. At the end of the season, Coach Dick Coyle an- nounced that the team chose to select a captain for each game next year, rather than having the oiiice be a permanent job. This was Mr. Coyle,s last year in coaching, he plans to enter the field of guidance. He was assisted this year by Dave Thomas. Other coaches were Ray Middleton, in charge of freshman football, and Del Cornwell, coach of the junior high squad. The 1957-58 results are: Willis 0 Marysville 26 , Willis 6 Worthington 7 Willis O Urbana 41 Willis 19 Arlington 46 I Willis 0 Mt. Vernon 39 Willis 7 Grandview 19 Willis 12 Bexley 35 Willis 7 Dayton Belmont 31 Willis 12 St. Charles 46 The Delo Screw Products, among the schoo1,s most loyal supporters of athletics, lend their support to the Delhi by again sponsoring this page. A 78 Front row, managers: D. Dalton, R. Lenscott Second row: B. Burns, R. Poulton, D. Hopkins, D. Wardle, K. Bensley Third row: T. I-Ieineman, P. Grant, H. Banks, L. Lowry, E. Black, D. Hill, Coach Thomas Fourth row: M. Patrick, L. Hopper, L. Gale, T. Driggs, D. Davenport, R. Bonner, H. Welch f ...,...........-r FRESH FOOTBALL Front row: Mr. Middleton, C. Horn, K. Hall, D. Bums, I. Rapp, T. Pope, B. Strimer, ' I. Robinson , Second row: T. Campbell, A. Flemming, K. Sanderson, D. Bertram, C. Ellis, R. George, D. welsh 79 JV HOMECCMING Thls year ten senlor glrls were nomlnated by the football team and Student COUHCII for the home comlng electron The elect1on of the queen and her court was made by members of the student body They chose Nancy Slagle for the1r homecom1ng queen and Jeanne Felts Sue Hasty Judy Se1dl and Judy Strlmer as members of her court The queen and her court were honored by the student body at an assembly plar ned by the reserve cheerleaders Before the game Wrth Bexley a pre game parade was also held 1n honor of the queen and her court The parade conslsted of floats from the var1oLs clubs and classes Junlor hlgh blcycles con band After formlng 1n front of the hlgh school on W1nte1 'Street the parade went through town and out W1ll1am Street to Communlty Fxeld In final recogn1t1on of the queen and her attendants a dance sponsored by W Teens was held 1n the hlgh school gym Dunng the 1nterm1ss1on the queen was presented w1th a football autographed by members of the football team and the court members were presented footballs 1nscr1bed Wlth thelr own names QUEEN NANCY Q59 Yr if vertibles .carrying 'the .queen and her court members wifh their escorts, and the high school marching v f SQ, X. s f Q84 ' 176 +6 tv S. VARSITY K. Hardin, L. Carlisle, M. Reed, I. Seidl, P. Raybum, N. Slagle CHEERLEADERS With the help of Willie, the Panther, the twelve Willis cheerleaders led the high school in promoting increased school spirit. The girls were always on hand to give moral support to the team and crowd. Each spring, the D-Clan, student council, football and basketball teams, senior varsity cheerleaders, and faculty members elect twelve cheerleaders for the following year. This year the varsity cheerleaders, a group of three juniors and three seniors, were led by captain Linda Carlisle and co-captain Phyllis Rayburn. They cheered for varsity football and basketball games, planned pep assemblies, sold tickets, and sponsored dances after some games. The girls also attended a cheerleading clinic in the early fall. Vickie Roberts, captain, and jean Burkhart, co-captain, were the leaders of the six sophomores on the reserve squad. The girls, besides cheering for games and pep assemblies, made posters and pom-poms which added a great deal to school support of the team. Miss Pearle Wells sponsored both groups of cheerleaders this year. RESERVES I. Burkhart, K. Jones, N. Moses, V. Roberts, T. Sell, M. Hopkins Front row: Mr. Cornwell, F. Scarry, T. Fox, D. Keller Second row: L. Congwer, S. Buzard, A. Boecklin, H. Banks, R. Clark, K. Bensley, B. Gallant VARSITY BASKETBALL Coach Comwell is sharing a final handshake with Larry Gongwer and Bob Gallant The Willis varsity basketball team, coached by Del Cornwell, defeated live of nine non- league opponents, but was unable to Win in the C.B.L. It was a young team which promises to be much better next season. Only two letter- men will graduate this year, Bob Gallant and Lary Congwer. The returning squad includes Tom Rybolt, class of '59, and Arnold Boecklin, Henry Banks, Ken Bensley, Sam Buzard and Roy Clark, all class of ,60. Top individual varsity scorers were Rybolt with 178 points, Clark with 175, and Gongwer with 172. The Willis reserves, coached by Dave Thomas, gave promise of a brighter future for Panther basketball. Although shorter than most of their opponents, they made up for their lack of height With spirit. Front row: D. Dorsey, R. Ross, I. Hawkins, K. Sanderson, Mr. Thomas, R. Taylor, B. Strimer, T. Longwell, D. Evans Center: W. Thompson RESERVE BASKETBALL VARSITY SCHEDULE Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis Willis 64 - Aquinas 63 45 - 60 - 51 - 50 - 55 - 53 - 49 - 50 - 52 - 54 - 38 - 42 - 41 - 44 - 42 - 59 - 49 - Mt. Vernon 80 Marysville 37 Grandview 60 Bexley 83 Sycamore 46 Upper Sandusky 48 Worthington 56 Linden 56 Urbana 60 Arlington 66 Mt. Vernon 44 Gahanna 60 Grandview 65 Academy 38 Bexley 59 Urbana 78 Arlington 74 Tom Hybolt, top scorer for the varsity Panthers, is shown during a tense moment at the Urbana game 83 A r1l ll Kneeling I Hllhom K Bensley H Banks L Gongwer G Morns G McDonald T Hememan B Gallant Standing Coach Middleton B Wrlson I Rapp D Bertraman I Holms G Tagg C Hom A Flemmmg BASEBALL The seniors on the 1958 squad were Ten'y Hememan and Larry Gongwer fkneelmgl and George Moms and Bob Gallant fstandmg Thls years baseball squad was well supported by the seven returnlng lettermen semors Bob Gallant M W Larry Congwer Terry He1naman George Moms more Roy Clark The team made a good showmg 1n the C B L under the dlrectlon of Coach Bay Mlddle ton The reserve squad played a s1x game schedule and gamed much valuble experxence dur1ng the season The varslty schedule for the year was Apr1 8 Bexley Arlmg on Agrll 12 Apr1l 15 Apr1l 18 Apr1l 22 Apr1l 25 Apr1l 29 May May May May May May May 84 Marlon Worthmgton Urbana Grandvlew VVh1tehall Mt Vernon Bexley Arl1n ton Wor mgton Urbana Grandvrew Whrtehall Mt Vernon I ,' , A kk 'kkk kk K I - 1 . . - juniors Garry MdDona1d and Bob Uflermang and sopho: Q1 l . I - 1 f , 2 I ' 6 - . 9 - if 13 - 16 - ' 20 - ' B 23 - . Kneeling: F. Scary, B. Rapp, E. Black, D. Hill, D. Burns, D. Hopkins, G. Miller, K. lfayne Standing: K. Hall, R. Taylor, E. Bills, L. Newhouse, T. Driggs, F. Matanzo, I. Hawkins, T. Pope, Coach Thomas TRACK The 1957-58 track team was one of the largest Willis has ever had. The group included five lettermen: Ed Black, Dorrence Hill, Larry Hopper, Frank Matanzo, and Gary Miller. These Eve were well-supported by a large group of juniors, sophomores, and freshmen. The junior high track team, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Reardon, practiced after school and carried on competition between the eighth and seventh grade tCaIHS. The varsity team competed in the following meets: April 9 April 16 April 23 April 26 April 30 May 7 May 9 May 13 May 16 -Richwood, Elm Valley - Bexley, Marysville - Olentangy, Big Walnut - Wesleyan Relays -Mount Vernon, Eastmore - CBL Meet -Grandview, Pleasant Local -Upper Arlington Relays and 17 - District Meet This page is sponsored by Scioto Lime Co., Inc. and Stone 85 Frank Matanzo, Ed Black, and Dorrance Hill are the graduating track men, along with Larry Hopper, who is not pictured. Coach Cornwell B Russell B Patrlck A Hackel R Morrrson T Gallant M Thatcher GOLF The golf team had an actlve year 1n 1957 58 Ted Gallant Bob Patrlck and Tom Longwell were the returnlng lettermen th1s year Alan Hackel was the only sen1or on the team The group practlced at the Delaware Country Club and under the d1rect1on of Coach Del Cornwell the members d1d well 1n the C B L competltlon TENNIS Under the leadersh1p of a new head coach Sherman MO1St the W1lhs Hlgh School tennls team hoped to brlng a Central Buckeye League champ1onsh1p to the school Two lettermen returnmg from last years squad formed the nucleus of the group The veterans were Davld Landslttel a senlor and three year letter wmner and Dav1d Dorsey a promlsmg sophomore These expenenced netters were supported by several other upperclassmen as well as some up and comlng freshmen As 1n past years the squad of th1s season was seen puttmg 1n long hours of practlce on the W1ll1s courts each sprlng afternoon The netters also spent week ends out on the courts seeklng to perfect thelr form The hard practlce helped the racket squad to a successful season 1n 1nter school play Kneelmg D Dorsey D Landslttel G Bauman I Wlckham D OKeefe B Bolmger Standmg B Wllson, B Strlmer, Mr Molst, B Lowry, M Patrlck is GNN aw WW 86 , . , . , . , . , . , . 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Maggard B. Mantor J. Mitchell . Nogle I. Oberlander S. O'Quinn D. Parks E. Paulins P. Payne R. Petty R. Pickens S. . Price R. Pyles L. Randolph I. Rardon T. Reed W. Richardson R. Roloson R. Roof D. Selby R. Shank R. Shanklin H. Shaw D. Sheets J. Sheets W. Sheets R. Shepherd R. Shuster K. Shuster S. Simpson E. Smart C. Smith J. Spring T. Spurlock E. Starling T. Stephenson M. Stevens S . . . tover H. Swope J. Tagg W. Talkmgton J. Taynor M. Thompson P. Thompson H.Trav1ll1on L. Voorhes I. Wells Wenger K. Wheeler J. Whetsel C. White S. Williams C. Wolfe J. Wolfe J. Zimmerman 9I Landsittel R. Legg P. Mullins J. Neal Pinney T. Plougher Rybolt C. Salisbury Sherman B. Shuster Front row P Mullins B Mantor A Dltslear V Catton C Lexbold M Brohard M Cromwell M Fleshman I Wolfe E Butcher T Stephenson I Shuster Second row I Lenmger P Doland D Maggard A Flchter I Borden I Gay M Brohard D Sheets W Klmgler W Sheets, I Burns B Inlow I Fouts Third row M Stevens T Plogher I Banks I Whetsel I Feinberg C Iohnson B Hampton, T Landsxttel V Iackson P Thompson K Burkhart P Wenger L Frye Fourth row Mr Ross SEVENTH GRADE B t The Seventh Grade Band, directed by Mr. Kenneth jenkins, Willis . High School's assistant band director participated in the Winter Concert Spring Concert and aIun1or High Assembly The group whlch IS composed of thirty one musicians had a dlstributlon of brass woodwind and percussion players and they were partlcularly noted for their 1nterpretat1on of The King and I Also under the direction of Mr Ienklns was the orchestra The only difference between the two oups was that the orchestra had a stung sectlon They did not particlpate in any mayor concerts or they were 1n an experimental stage all year ORCHESTRA Front row K Flowers S Flowers K Flowers M Thompson C Graham M Pohtes L Frye Second row S 0Keefe S Scott, V Ph1ll1ps P Long Mr Ienkms E Blgony I Barrmger D Keller 92 Front row: M. Kirkpatrick, R. Fumiss, I. Bright, R. King, R. Ullom, R. Roberts, D. DeVxies, B. Wanzo Second row: B. Wilson, S. Pratt, F. Montgomery, B. Wilson, D. Rybolt, Mr. Robert Bensinger, R. Price, E. Schramm, I. Burkhart, B. Wilson, B. Carson EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL The ,eighth grade basketball squad, lcd by co-captains Sam Pratt and Ben Wilson, had an excellent record of eleven straight wins against teams from other schools and from the C.B.L. The squad was assisted to its success by Bob Bensinger. This fine group of boys makes Willis' future success in athletic competition a sure thing. Dan Rybolt, a seventh-grader, played on this team. However, there was a seventh-grade squad which also gave an excellent performance this season. This large group of junior high football players will provide the school with varsity players in years to come. The boys learned thc basic fundamentals of the sport through intrasquad play. Under the guid- ance of Coach Del Cornwell, members of the squad showed promise of future Panther victories. IUNIOR HIGH FQOTBALL Front row: I. Thatcher, B. Wanzo, V. Hill, I. O'Neal, R. Shank, B. King, N. Jones, B. Wilson, R. Wiliams, I. Richards, C. Brenneman, V. Jackson, E. Starling Second row: L. Caudill, I. Ackcr, M. McBride, C. Johnson, J. Lehner, I. Lee, I. Bright, T. Reed, T. Landsittel, P. Kissner, M. Bauman, R. Skatz, H. Shaw Third row: Mr. Bensinger, R. King, I. Banks, B. Wilson, S. Elliott, R. Roberts, D. Anderson, F. Montgomery, D. DeVries, C. Smith, R. Pyles, R. Hoffman, Mr. Cornwell Fourth row: D. Rybolt, S. Pratt, I. Burkhart, I. Burns, D. Fumiss, F. Raile, P. Gabele, B. Wilson, C. Nauman, T. Thomp- son, E. Schramm, J. Borland, D. Wickham 93 CORE Mrs McM1nn, Mrs Albertson, and Mrs Zunmennan are p1ctured rnstruct mg classes m core a program wlnch comblnes the study of Enghsh and SOC1al Stl1d16S 1nto one un1t Core 1S the popular slanguage for correlatlon the true name for thls system Under tl11S program the lumor hlgh students are glven an opportumty to see how thelr varlous Stl1dlCS are closely connected or corre Core at the begmmng of the year and thrs group becomes the center for many act1v1t1es The mtermural program IS based on mter core competrtwn tnps are planned Wrth the core system 1n mmd and any extra currrcular act1v1t1es are performed Wlllll the core un1t There are seven e1ghth grade cores and the same number of seventh grade cores all workmg to prepare the 1un1or hlgh student w1th a sol1d background for senror lugh school work lated. The students are assigned to a I I DELAWARE mmlliza FY i 95 WILLY S DIARY SEPTEMBER 4 F1rst day of school Fun to see the kids agam 6 Preview football game at Wooster 13 F1rst pep assembly First football game at Marysville 16 20 No school 1n the afternoon because of County Fair 18 Four girls relgned as queens at Grand C1ICU1t Races 20 Football game at Worth1ngton 27 F1rst CBL football game at Urbana OCTOBER 4 Dads Night football game with Arhngton 11 Football game at Mt Vernon 14 The first Delhi subscr1pt1on campaign started 14 18 Members of the F F A went to the National Convention rn Kansas C1ty C B L football game at Grandview The magazine campalgn started out wrth a bang at the annual assembly gheidHomecom1ng assembly was held the Bexley dummy was burned at the pep rally at Community ie W1ll1s played Bexley m the Homecoming game W Teens sponsored the blg dance afterwards NOVEMBER No school Veterans Day Juniors took the OS U Psychological Test W Teens Playnight was held and letters were awarded Delhi group pictures of groups and classrooms were taken Four members of W1ll1s Student Council V1Slted the new high school in Arlington Debate tourney at North Hlgh School The W1ll1s team captured first place The Thanksgiving Assembly was held Rev Campbell gave the talk End of the second est1mate the movie The Man Who Knew Too Much was shown DECEMBER College Night was held for junrors and seniors Each student heard representatives from two colleges The Student Counc1l took a tI'1p to Worthington Hrst C B L basketball game at Mt Vernon Many SSHIOIS took College Boards all day The W Teens wmter formal Silver Bells was held 1n the beautifully decorated gym The second Delhi campaign began W1ll1s beat Marysville in basketball The Christmas Assembly was held W1ll1s choral groups gave the annual Christmas Concert This year lt was held 1n the audrtorlum Last day of school before vacatlonl We saw Somebody Up There Likes Me W1ll1s played Bexley for the Wmter Homecommg game It was great to have the alums back 27 28 We won the basketball toumament with Sycamore Upper Sandusky and Marion Catholrc at MHIIOD 31 The Mlstletoe MIX was held 1n the gym for junior and senior high students JANUARY 2 Back to the old grmd after a grand vacation' 10 Seniors took the Semor Scholarship Test W1ll1S played Urbana in basketball here 17 High Society was seen We played a l1vely basketball game at home with Arlington 20 22 Semester Hnals anybody have an aspirin? With no school semester vacatlon There was trme to enjoy the basketball game with Mt Vernon F1rst day of second semester halfway there' Mr Cubberly was busy snapping more Delhi group pictures Several members of Student Counc1l went to Newark The Grandview basketball team made lt to the game here they played' 96 7 18- . . . ' l l ' . I 21 ' ' ' . 24 l S at 25 I n. Q s I - 1 . 11 - ' . 12 ' . . . Q ' 5 - ' . 13 ' ' . 20 o u c n n u u u I 27 1 S p n I 28-30 Thanksgiving vacation-a welcome relief. 5 0 4 u u ' 1 . 6 ' ' ' g . . . . . 7 I . - o 7 KC r 32 n 9 ' ' ' . 10 . . . . I 17 ' . 19 . . . t . . . . . . 20 x 1 l ' s n 24- I J U . . 0 D a I ' 27 ' - . 27 . ' ' ' . 31 . ' . . Top row: Our Fair Queens helped rule at the Old Oaken Bucket- L. Carlisle, I. Felts, I. Strimer, C. Blair. The Westgate Drive is represented by A. Boecklin and S. Geesman. Second row: The crowd cheers the team on, and a referee appears to be very interested in the game, also. Third row: Don't they all look eager to begin school? However, we don't study always. N. Slagle, L. Carlisle, I. Seidl, P. Raybum, K. Hardin, and M. Reed lead us in cheers, and we also work for dances. Congratulations, artists! Fourth row: C. King, K. Terry, K. Deel, I. Riley, C. Bachelor, D. Segner and I. Harter found out that "everything's up-to- date in Kansas City," while I. Donovan, B. Bums, C. Lobdell and E. Black find out that they're not quite so up-to-date on physics. S. Kellar, I. Reed, M. Patrick, B. Roberts, and C. McDonald try out a new car. 97 WILLY'S DIARY FEBRUARY D , 1 The debate team traveled to the Heidleburg Invitational Debate Tournament and won third place. 5 Some more student council members visited Urbana. 6 The Senior High Band, assisted by the Junior High Band and Cadet Band, presented its annual winter concert. 7 The basketball team traveled to Bexley for a game. 8 The Willis N. F. L. chapter held its annual debate tournament- anybody see an extra timekeeper? 11 The O. W. U. Men's Glee Club presented a thrilling concert at the assembly. 13 The Choral Ensemble entertained at the P. T. A. F ounder's Day meeting. 14 The Senior High had dress-up-day, anybody else going to change their shoes? Moms of the players and cheerleaders were honored at the last home C.B.L. game of the season. 15 The F. H. A. held their "Queen of Heartsv dance in the gym- "Whose my valentine?', 20 The movie The Harder They Fall was seen by all. 21 Tlqe vacation for Washingtonis Birthday gave studying a good chance to see the last C.B.L. game at Ar ington. ' 22 Ohiol High School Speech League finals were held' in Columbus. Five people qualified for State F ina s. , 28-March 1 N. F. L. District Finals were held at Ohio University. Sandra Bayliff qualified for Nationals and the debate qualified for State Finals. MARCH 4 The Senior High band played for assembly-hope none heard that wrong note! 10 Many music students heard the famed Minneapolis Symphony at the Youth Concert at Gray Chapel. 11-13 Junior High students took achievement tests -anybody ready for a rest? 13 F. F. A. held their annual banquet at Bunis. 15 The local Science Fair was held in the morning, the district band contest took place during the after- noon at Newark, and the Hi-Y Key Club held the annual Spring Formal, "My Fair Lady." 21 Ohio High School Speech League Finals were held at Ohio State all day. 22 Many students participated in the District Science Fair. Eighteen students received Superior ratings. 29 The Seniors bid farewell and headed for a fabulous trip While the others relaxed during Spring Vacation. - APRIL 9 The H. M. S. Pinafore was given to the junior high. 10 The H. M. S. Pinafore was presented by the Choirs. Has anybody seen my costume? 11 Science students traveled to the State Science Fair in Akron where six Won superior awards. 12 The Key Club of Ohio met in Cleveland for the State convention. 16 Sixteen students were initiated into National Honor Society. ' 18 The language clubs held the Mardis Gras in the gaily decorated gym. 25 End of the fifth estimate. 26 State Band Contestwas held in Canton Where the band won a superior rating. 29 The band members were honored by the Band Parents at the annual Band Banquet. MAY ' 3 Students went "SWingin' into Spring" at the W-Teens Semi-Formal. 7 The track team participated in the C.B.L. track meet which was held at Grandview. 16 The Juniors honored the Seniors at the Iunior-Senior with a true "Shangri-La." 17 Willis trackmen did well in the District Track Meet. JUNE ' ' 1 Baccalaureate was held in Gray Chapel. ' 5 The Seniors began the Big Day at the breakfast in Bun's Colonial Room. Commencement exercises were held at 8:00 in Gray Chapel. 6 ?ll students returned for their grade cards and the end of a wonderful school year, never to be orgotten. g 98 Top row: I. Donovan, I. Burkhart, M. Evans, P. Breece, and a guest watch M. Evans become queen for the F. F. A. The next group of girls are cleaning up after a W-Teen Play Night, so they MUST be freshmen! Willy started the year off right with good resolutions! . Second row: This was the lovely design chosen for our library window dtuing the Christmas vacation. We didn't "vacate" gang, though-back to regular schedule, including the morning ritual of haircombing. I. Felts and B. Yant seem to be omg we . Third row: The basketball team is planning the next play, while the cheerleaders take time out to smile for the birdie! Then it's back to the crowd for another exciting game. Fourth row: L. Baylilf appears to be practicing for high diving-or racing! I. Baker, P. Rayburn, S. Ceesman, D. Stewart, L. Larson, and S. Arnold form quite a line-up! I. Strimer looks ready for the men in the white coats -love that Delhi ollice! 99 ' .5 -':- ., ' ' . . -f2' ::': ' :.. K A ' F - -'2: - ':'::-- : Top row: I. Strimer, N. Slagle, L. Carlisle, B. Perfect, and L. Harris seem to have had bad cases of spring fever. L. Bayliff and I. Seidl prove that debate trips are NOT dignified. Second row: P. Raybum and I. Baker need the support of G. McDonald's strong arm. The identification crew appears to be confused-which row is whose? B. Gallant practices up for a big game. Third row: A. Moore is committing murder on M. Maxwell, while I. Shirling and L. Stull are playing tug-of-war with V. DeVries. E. Black would be a good cure-all for anyone's troubles. Fourth row: C. Blair and L. BayliiFs annual caroling party appears to be a big success. F. Scary mops up after the last game. Fifth row: A. Moore, E. Amick, and V. DeVries are really double jointed for there's more behind them than we can see!D L. Carlisle watches I. Strimer play the fool at the country pool. ' Sixth row: L. Bayliif, Mr. Creasy, C: Blair, and Mrs. Evans pla nan attack for the next debate. But it's time to go, so let's follow the example set by C. Blair, I. Seidl, S. Espenshied, and L. Baylilf and head for the pool! Hope you have a swimming summer! IOO . . I SEN IDRS SENIOR HISTORY Our sophomore year was enjoyable for all of us. By this time, we were definitely "in" with Willis. Some of the boys played on varsity teams this year and held oflices in school clubs. The girls no longer faced clean-up duty after W-Teen play night, and they had greater voice in the organizations. Our class had already proven that it was an active unit, and under the leadership of president Judy: Seidl, we began working toward the junior-Senior. Car washes, leaf rakes, dances -all werej successful. Some of us headed our pathways toward the stage in "Time Out For Ginger," and the operetta, "The Fortune Teller." Others began working toward leading offices in Future Farmers of America, Future Homemakers of America, Future Teachers of America, and all the other clubs. We began to discover that our activities need not be confined to just the school. F. F. A. members traveled to Kansas City, Key Club boys went to the Ohio District Convention in Dayton, and the Thespians performed "Sunday Costs Five Pesosv at the national convention in Indiana. All of these experiences gave us excellent preparation for the big job which lay ahead of us as juniors. Our junior year on Panther pathways can be described in one word-busy! School was becoming more diiiicult and work outside of school claimed much of our time, too. Our class really became an organized group headed by president Judy Seidl and the junior Class Executive Committee. Our main goal for the year was the junior-Senior banquet and dance, and we worked for it! Sales tax stamps became as valuable as money, orange and navy-blue sweatshirts were worn by all, and clean cars were the rage in Delaware. It was hard work, but that bank balance of over one thousa'nd dollars looked very nice! At last the time came for us to honor the seniors, and we took them on a trip to the "Isles of Paradise." Then the seniors had their all-night party and we had our junior party. It certainly was a night to be remembered by all. However, the junior-Senior was not our only activity of the year by any means. Many of our boys were now varsity "Dv men, and some of our girls won "W's,' as well. In the musical -line the Sultans of Swing, a dance band, was built into a well-known organization thanks to some of our classmates. The stage again proved a rewarding spot for those in "The Divine Flora" and "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial." The debate team had one of its best years to date, and some of our classmates received high honors for their speaking ability. The F. F. A. and F. H. A. competed in the Delaware County fair and members won high awards. Four boys and one girl went to Buckeye Boy's and Girl's States held in June. Altogether, it was a wonderful year, and after a rest we were ready to take our place as seniors at Willis High. . The end of our journey is now approaching, and as we look back on this year, we realize just how much Willis has come to mean to us. At the beginning of the year, we assumed leadership of school organizations. Sonny George served as president of the student body, assisted by secre- tary judy Seidl. Our class had dwindled from one hundred Hfty-three to one hundred, but those left were a tightly knit group headed by president Don Shaw. This was the year we had all been waiting for! We discovered that studies were more difficult than ever, but we found time for many activities-dances i:Silver Bells" in December, "My Fair Lady" in March, and "Swingin' Into Springvj, stage wor f"H. M. S. Pinaforef' "Little Red Riding Hood," the Christmas Concertj, band Cwe got a superior in state competitionj, clubs and all of the other million and one things. The two biggest events of the year fbeside gradua- tionj were the senior trip and the junior-Senior, "Shangri-La." Not very often do you get a chance to visit New York and the land of eternal youth, within one year! But soon we realized that the time had come to leave the familiar halls of Willis. We were measured for caps and gowns, received our invitations, joined in the Hnal senior breakfast, and then walked through Gray Chapel to the strains of "Pomp and Circurnstancef' The little seventh-graders have grown into graduates and now the Panther Pathway has led us to a new path of life. l02 SENIOR TRIP .?e2gleg5vll:IbrXxgearry1,eX. al? gliggvon, S. Hasty, L. Harris, N. Slagle, S. Elder, S. Pope, P. Clark, N. Byerly, C. Lowry, Kneeling: P. Glaze, I. Long, S. Fogle, S. Gooding, M. Skatz,iJ. Gruber, C. Blair, L. Longwell, L. Carlisle, A. Polites, M. Poole, C. Gabriel, A. Heinlen, I. Strimer. Standing: L. Gongwer, A. George, D. Landsittel, I. Donavan, I. Iones, E. Black, I. Fouts, Mrs. Slasor, Mr. Slasor, P. Brcece, J. Swope, T. Winship, T. Heinaman, B. Roberts, G. Morris. At last! Even though it was raining on March 28, we all were glad to know that we were finally under way! Here our group took a rest from sight- seeing fand stepsll and posed for a shot with the Jefferson Memorial. , The transfer 'from bus to the B 6: O was a welcome one, but even the train proved too much for "Mom" and "Dad" Slasor. Back at Annapolis Hotel, we tried to find our way out again. Where did the Washington Monument go? l03 f H , . . gif.. a rs fwza ..sffz1en?'a, 1. .V - . xii: :ELETE f1r2'sV1f1f?f 1:2 1 fx . , . 1 S ai? I " 4 W, P 5 if 1 Nr 8 3. . ,.., .e 2 w 3f . 3? Y le 1 it .. . ,r s .-- -we-r a.,. ,., Q Mae ,W . .K ,, 1 4 g Q. Pe ,. 1 . , X is ,, . SIN 4' .L 9? yitxxw its 5 Na? X' 2 .tsiimw ,N ' 1 f fifgizgiig e E ig, .. .. H, ., . .. . fi W . . 1 wuuvfii SF 'Z an '51, is Q., . ii When we got oH in Washington, D.C., we put on our hiking boots and started climbing steps-a job which became very familiar! We linally found our way back to the B 81 0 and started for New York. Ion Fouts MC'd a talent show which passed the time away until we reached the big city. Ion Fouts decided to come into the Big Town with a bang, or should we say crash?J We all felt the same way - ready to really go out on the town! However, we generally rode in taxis when neces- sary. "Standing on the corner -," only in this case it was usually a station. Our baggage seemed to gain weight at every step, and there certainly were a lot of steps. John Jones, Tom Winship, and jim Swope look like they're ready for a big night in New York-and so were the rest of usl We had a wonderful time "doing the town," but the hotel was also a lot of fun. Here "Mom" seems to be reading a bedtime story to while they have a coke. When we weren't walking, we usually some of the gals, midnight snack of Our Hotel Manhattan was beautiful, and it was surrounded by theaters like this one. A lot of us saw "Lil' Abner" and brought "Iubilation T. Compone" home as the senior song. Steps and more steps! Here some of us are in the United Nations building, pre- paying for another climb. It was worth it, though, to see the place where the future of our world is decided. Whoops! How did Washington get were on a ferry boat. This is the tour around Manhattan Island which sailed on our last day. Paul Breece, Ed Black, and Tom Winship decided it was warm enough to get a suntan. back in the picture? Oh, well- you never can tell when a pyramid will spring up these days! On Friday, we all headed back to the Others of us followed the example of B O. Pat Clark, Lynn Harris, Carolyn Sonny George and Sue Hasty and caught Blair, and David Landsittel reorganized up on some sleep. That fifteen hour At last we made it back to Delaware with happy memories of a never-to-be forgotten week. Mr. Slasor was ready to the bridge game. ride was awfully long! join the All-Pooped Out Club, but all of us-"Mom," "Dad" and their 42 "kids"-will always think of the senior trip as a time when "every thing was IO4 ticketeeboo!" IUNIGR-SENICR By the light of Japanese lanterns, couples danced into the wonderland of Shangri-La. David Mooney and john Cross MC'd intermission, which consisted of the Choral Ensemble singing "Oklahomag" the TM's who traveled "26 Miles" to M enjoy "Dancing With M Shadow" in a "Dreamg" the Tri-Notes, who took the group on a "Sentimental journey" to "Shangri-Lag' and Carolyn Hudson, who said "Sayonara"' to all of us. This word became famous to the seniors who enjoyed the Sayonara Senior All- Night Party. I05 X SAYON ARA As our Sayonara night began, many of us joined I. Seidl and B. Gallant in Tokyo Bay, while others took part in a Rice Bowl. After we had completed our bay or bowl fun, the Rickisha Express was on hand to transport us to the Yokihama Teahouse. Here we took off our shoes and enjoyed a slippered snack, complete with floor show. Then some of our japanese guides led us to the Pagoda Playhouse, Where a certain Kwai guy turned his bridge in on a balcony. After seeing "Marjorie Morningstarf' we were taken to Holiday Hill for a Wonderful breakfast in true Japanese style. It certainly was hard to say "Sayonara', to such a grand night. Thank you, senior parents, for a perfect evening! SENIOR HISTORY Panther pathways have come to mean a lot to our class of 1958 on our journey from seventh grade to graduation. Now that it is time to leave this well-trodden road, let us mark some memory milestones of our trip through Willis High School. ' Seventh Grade-it seems like just yesterday that we were being shown around a gigantic building called VVillis High. It took sometime for all one hundred fifty-three of us to get settled, but gradually we found our place and began the six-year' journey. Remember how excited we were when a man named Dwight D. Eisenhower came through Delaware and spoke to us from the platform of the train? After that, it was hard to get back to studying-especially with no recess! However, the many clubs we joined kept us too busy to miss it. Everyone found some activity to enjoy-band, choir, intramurals Qremembers the Galle-hes and Galle-hers, the Hot Shots, the Sharp Shootersflj, dramatics, or the Live Wire newspaper. We began to feel part of the school now, and we felt especially grown up at the Mistletoe Mix with the senior high. The dances were forgotten while many of us started working on the operetta "johnny Appleseed." The stage looked so big and we felt so small! We were glad when the curtain closed, but we learned the meaning of stage struck as well as stage fright. Everyone was proud and happy that part of our operetta was included in Mrs. Hearn and Miss Plum's production, "Delaware Diaryf' honoring Ohiois sesquicentennial. After this show closed, we had to get back to work, and we did- with Every Pupil and Iowa State tests. All of our work wasnjt on paper, though, the trip to the State Capitol and Legislature was fun as well as study. At the end of the year, we got another opportunity to combine work and play when we went to the Westerville Park and Colum- bus Zoo. This was our final outing in seventh grade, after a short summer, we returned to the Panther Path as seniors of the junior high- eighth graders. We felt so grown up by now, and the new seventh grade was so young! The school didn't seem quite so big anymore, either. The continued participation in all the clubs, some of us were accepted into senior high band. The choir sang with senior high groups at the annual Christmas Concert, a big event for all of us. For those who liked sports, the intramural competition was fierce, especially between rivals 201 and 208. However, everyone worked on our second junior High Open House to present a talent show, kickball game, and social hour. Some of us com- peted in the junior Payoff and proved that we could stand side by side with the senior high. Our last big eighth grade fling was the Field Day, where two representatives from each room reigned. The torch of freedom was brought in by runners, track and field competition took place, and some of us even "circled around the old brass wagon!" Our little circle in junior high came to an end at the last awards assembly, and we returned in the fall of 1954 as freshmen in senior high. Once again everything seemed new and strange to us. New teachers, new subjects, new clubs -it was all a little frightening. However, we got in the swing of things in a short time. The boys joined the Hi-Y and Key Club and became members of the sports teams and musical organizations, the girls were taken into W-Teens and started to develop their interests in various fields. VVe went to the football and basketball games in larger numbers, some to Watch, others to play. Many of us returned to the stage in the operetta "The Mikadof' We organized our class and began working as a unit under the leadership of president Alan Hackel. Some of us joined the junior Classical League and attended the convention in Columbus. We became members of the various language clubs, and between the Latin banquet Cwhere we were sold as slavesj and the F rench-Spanish Mardi Gras, we had a gay time. The dances were one of the most enjoyable new things we discovered. 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