Frazeysburg High School - Fra Hi An Yearbook (Frazeysburg, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Frazeysburg Hugh School
To ihee we sung our pranses hugh
Frazeysburg our Frazeysburg
Our love for thee wull never dee
Frazeysburg our Frazeysburg
Faur and square well ever be
Our Alma Mater gust for ihee
The years wlll brmg sweet memornes
Of Frazeysburg our Frazeysburg
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TABLE OF C0 TE
Board of Educarron
Se n1or Data
Scholarshrp of 1957
P T A
Schedules for next year
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W E DEDIC FE O RYFARBOOK
MR, RFX W WILSON
He has always been lrllrng to advlse students when they need help to
f1nd transportatron for students to events away from school and to do every
thmg possrble for the good of the school and those close to rt
Therefore Wllh respect and gratltude we the Junror Class of 1958
take great pleasure rn d8dlC8Ill'lg our volume of the Fra H1 An to our Super
mtendent Mr Rex W WIISOH
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FR HI AN STAFF
Charlotte Bron k
Busrness Manager Darlene Cannon
Advertrslng Manager Rebecca Dolder
Advertlsrng Edrtor Ellen Wrse
CITCUIHIIOD Manager Elrzabeth Waggoner
ADVISFR Gladys D Seward
Just twenty years ago the frrst volume of FRA HI AN was publrshed by a group of Frazeysburg students
assrsted by therr faculty Each year srnce then except for war years when materral shortages were acute
FRA HI AN has appeared for local students and thelr frlends
A hrgh school yearbook can be a worthwhrle keepsake rt can be for IIS owner a cherished memento
The staff of the 1958 volume has chosen "Happy B1rthday" as IIS theme for thrs twentreth year of publrca-
tron Members of the staff and therr advrser hope therr Jornt efforts to producea good book w1ll please you now,
and that you'l1 be proud to keep your FRA-HI-AN for all to see
Agriculture. , , , , , , ,Richie Cohagen Ronnie Ardrey
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATIO
The school board holds a SCIIOUS posrtton rn the commumty Srnce the students are kept busy they forget
to apprectate the servrce of the board The school board tnsptred by consrderauon and unselfrsh devouon spends
much t1me and patrence makmg dec1s1ons The students of Frazeysburg Nashport School Drstnct wlsh to ex
press therr gratrtude for all the thmgs the board makes
The board members of the Frazeysburg Nashport
School DISUICI are from left to rxght Kenneth Fel
Vroom Helena Cunrungham Clerk Gerald Unued and
A O TOM County Superrntendent
B S 1n Educauon Muskmgum College
M A Ohxo State Umversxty
umlee, Presidentg Damian Wise, Vice-President, Ralph
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KATHRYN GAULT KENNETH JOHNSON
Marietta College, A. B. Ohio University
Ohio State University, M. A. Ohio State University
English, Latin, Library Supervisor B. S. in Agriculture Education
Ohio State University
B. S. in Education
1 Year Graduate Work
Typing, Shorthand I and II, Book
keeping I, Yearbook Adviser.
REX W, WILSON
A. B. , Glenville State College
M, A. , West Virginia University
Math, Algebral and II, Chemistry
Trigonometry, Baseball Coach
F A. B. in Education
Geneva College, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
Ohio University Branch, Ohio University
Graduate School. American Government
Glenville State College, A. B.
Miami University. Sociology
Economics, Physical Education
Civics, Business Law, Selling, Varsity
Basketball Coach, Track, Football
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FRANCES ELVIRA SHORT
Eastern Kentucky Teachers College
Kentucky State University
Ohio State University, B. S.
Biology, Science, Math English
Glenville State College
Ohio University Branch,
MARY BELL HAMILTON
Ohio University Branch
Eastern Kentucky State College
Kent State University
KENNETH YOUNG CllARl.E5 BOYLAN
Ol'llO SIBIC lllllX'Cl'SlIy Marictta Cgllete
Otterbein College B, 5, in Higmry
B. A. in Music Education
Band, Vocal Music
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CONHWE CE Iiff
May 25 8 P. M.
Looking backward o er the years
Afraid, yet conquering all our fears
Learning to take it all in smde
And lookrng toward success wxth youthful pride
Relying greatly on our education
We go into life with dedicauon
And graciously accept a helping hand
And when our diploma at last is won
We'l1 feel our life has Just begun
The future calls all past we ll excel
To thee Alma Mater we bid farewell
We'1l strive to do the best we can,
CAROL ANNE AMENDE
Busmess Class Plays 3 4 Yearbook 3 Newspaper
Club 1 2 Dramatrcs Club 1 Home Economrcs Club
2 Intramural Team 4
NORMA IEAN AYERS
Busmess Class offrcer 1 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee
Club 1 Class Plays 3 4 Yearbook 3 Cheerleader 2
3 4 Y Teens 3 4 Presrdent 4 Sem 2 Mllk Cash
1er 4 Intramural Team 4
DIXIE LEE BALL
College Prep Class Off1cer 4 Scholarshrp Team
Hxstory 2 3 Semor Scholarshrp Test 4 Class Play 4
Yearbook 3 Newspaper 2
DONALD KYLE BARCUS
General FFA2 3 4 Off1cer4 4 H Presrdentl Glee
Club 3 Class Play 4 Yearbook 3 Football 1 2 3 4
Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 Baseball 2 Escort at
ROBERT DALE BARRICK
College Prep Class Play 4 Yearbook 3 Football
1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 1
2 3 Mllk Machrne Operator 3 4 Escort Homecommg
Football Game 2
GARY L CRAGO
Business Glee Club 1 2 Class Play 3 Newspaper
2 Basketballl 2 Movxe ProjectorOperator 1 2 3
L1brar1an 2 Intramural Team 3 4 Dramattcs Club 2
Football Manager 4
GERTRUDE D D CRISWELL
Busmess Class Play 4 Yearbook 3 Newspaper Club
1 2 Student Councrl 1 Dramatrcs Club 1 Home Ec
General Class Off1cer 2 3 Glee Club 3 Yearbook
3 Basketball 1 2 3 L1brar1an 2 Movre Projector Op
Vo Ag FFA1 2 3 4 Off1cer 3 Scho1arsh1pTea
Scrence 1 Brology 2 Glee Club 3 Class Play Stag
Manager 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 2 3
PATRICIA ANN DENMAN
General Y Teens2 3 4 Off1cer4 Sem 1 Schol
arshrp Team Engllsh 1 2 Class Plays Prompter 3
Advertrsmg 4 L1brar1an 3 Yearbook 3
ALBERT FRANKLIN DUHS
Vo Ag Glee Club 3 Class Play 4 Pony Leagu
Baseball 2 Track 3 Dlstrrct FFA Publrc Speakln
o Ag FFA 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2
JAMES V EDDLEBLUTE
Procedure Contest 4 Mrlk Machtne Operator 4
WAYNE C EDDLEBLUTE
General Class Off1cer 2 FFA 1 2 3 4 Off1cer 3
FFA Queen Escort 3 Parlramentary Procedure Contes
3 4 Student Councll 2 Movre Projector Operator 2
CATHARINE LOUISE HANBY
Busmess Club Officer 2 Glee Club 1 2 Class Play
3 4 Yearbook 3 Newspaper 1 2 Y Teens Attendan
3 Y Teens 2 3 4 Cafeterra Ard 1 2 3 4
IEANNETTE RUTH IKEHORN
General Class Officer 1 3 Operetta 2 Class Play
Yearbook 3 Homecomxng Football Queen 4 Y Tee
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JOHN RAYMOND KNIGHT
Busmess Class Off1cer 3 4 Class Plays 3 4 Yea
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tramural Team 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 Track
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E IOR DATA
l ANITA LOUISE LAWRENCE
uslness Class Offrcer 1 2 3 Band 1 2 3 4 Con
est 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Head MaJorette 4 Class Plays
,4g Yearbook 35 Snow Queen Attendant lg Home
ommg Queen Attendant 2 Cheerleader 2 3 4
ELVA JUNE MITCHELL
ustness Class Offrcer 3 Scholarshrp Team 3 Ma
orette 1 2 3 Band 2 3 Class Play 4 Yearbook 3
ewspaper 2 Y Teens 2 3 Dramattcs Club 1
ELLA MARIE MOORE
eneral Glee Club 1 2 Operetta 2 Class Play 4
earbook 3 Y Teens 2 3 4 Home Ec Club 1
AMES G RILEY
o Ag Class Offrcer 1 Glee Club 3 Class Plays
4 Yearbook 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Football 4 Stu
ent Counctl 1 L1brar1an 2 Intramural Team 4
ANDRA JO SIDLE
and 1 2 3 4 All County Band 2 3 4 Ohxo D1str1ct
and Contest 2 3 4 Dxstrxct MUSIC Contest Solorst
4 Class Play 4 Yearbook 3 Y Teens 2 3 Home
ursrng 4 Cafeterra Axd 1 2 3 4
ONALD LEE SMITH
o Ag Class Offrcer 2 Glee Club 3 Class Play
Yearbook 3 Intramural Team 3 4 Student Coun
I2 Ltbrarlan 3 Cuprd s Catch Escort 2 FFA 1 2
4 Photography Club 2 3 Mrlk Machme Operator
RRY LEE STERLING
o Ag FFA1 2 3 4 Offrcer 3 Glee Club 3 Class
ays 3 4 Yearbook 3 Escort I-lomecommg Football
ame 3 Intramural Team 3 4 Photography Club 2
N EDWARD TANNEHILL
llege Prep Crooksvrlle I-hgh 1 2 Class Offrcer
2 Scholarshrp Team Algebral 1 Bookkeepmg I
2 Yearbook 3 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Track
3 Escort Homecomrng Football Queen 4 Student
Councxl 1 2 Offtcer Help 1 Mrlk Machme Operator
ROBERT EUGENE THOMAS
Vo Ag FFA1 2 3 4 Offrcer 1 GleeClub 3 Year
book 3 Class Plays 3 4
PAUL ED WARD UNDERWOOD
Busmess Class Offrcer 2 Class Plays 3 4 Yearbook
3 Football Manager 1 2 Basketball 1 2 Intramural
Team 3 4 Ltbrarran 2 Student Council 2
GALE BERNARD UNTIED
FFA 1 2 3 4 Ass t V P 4 Glee Club 3 Class Play
4 Stage Manager 3 Yearbook 3 Basketballl 2 3 4
Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Escort I-Iomecomrng
Football Queen 4
ELLEN JANE VANDENBARK
General Class Offrcer 3 4 Glee Club 2 Yearbook
Queen 3 Mrlk Cashxer 4
LAWRENCE AUSTIN VENSIL
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Band 1 2 3 4 Contest 3 4 Class Plays 3 4 Yearbook
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MARLENE ANN WELSH
General Class Offrcer 3 4 Class Play 3 Yearbook
3 Intramural Team 4 Mrlk Statrstrcran 4 Y Teens
MARCELENE KAY WELSH
General Class Offrcer 2 3 4 Class Play 3 Yearbook
3 Y Teens 2 3 Attendant 1 Milk Statrsticlan 4 In
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Vo Ag FFA 1 2 3 4 Offrcer 4 GleeClub 3 Class
Play4 Yearbook 3 Basketball 1 2 Chauffeur Football
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In order to construct the start and the progress of
this graduating class of 1958, the yearbook staff has
done research wherever possible, and the facts are set
forth for you, readers of Fra-Hi-An. Any prophecy
as to the final achievements of individual class mem-
bers is avoided - only past happenings and plans for
the immediate future Cas scheduled at press timej
may properly be included in this story.
From the Fra-Hi-An of 1955, the faces of the
Freshmen look forthg these are the newcomers to high-
school life. They arrived on opening day and soon
learned about schedules, makeup work, and extra-
curricular activities. The class members were as
follows: Robert Barrick, Dwight Deeds, and Jerry
Wheeler from Perryton: Jane Vandenbark, Jeannette
Ikehorn, Della Moore, Catharine Hanby, Sandra Jo
Sidle, Norma Ayers, Dixie Ball, Gertrude Criswell,
Paul Dunfee, Lawrence Vensil, Dick Kirkpatrick,
James Eddleblute, Ed Underwood, Glenn Cunningham,
Jim Jenkins, Robert Thomas, Wayne Eddleblute, and
Don Barcus from Nashportg and Gale Untied, Lanita
Lawrence, Marcelene Welsh, Franklin Duhs, Pat Den-
man, Don Smith, Carol Lindell, Alice Stanford, Lar-
ry McKee, Clara Fleming, Ray Knight, Jim Riley,
Larry Sterling, Maxine Harmon, Janice McKee, and
Marlene Welsh from Frazeysburg.
Their home room advisers were Mr. Mills and
Mrs. Conley, and their officers were: Jim Riley,
President, Norma Ayers, Vice President, Lanita Law-
rence, Secretary, and Jearmette Ikehorn, Treasurer.
The following September, Mr. Loughrie was their
new adviser, and the class had lost many students, the
number decreased now to thirty-three. This year was
a busy one. Severalof the boys were excellent ath-
letes, many girls and boys made contributions to the
vocal and band areas of music, and the class looked
forward to that great year when they would be juniors.
Their officers were: Wayne Eddleblute, Presi-
dent, Norma Ayers, Vice President: Lanita Lawrence,
Secretary, and Glenn Cunningham, Treasurer.
In the fall of 1957 the juniors again numbered
thirty-three, but two had left, and two new mem-
bers were added to the class: Gary Crago, of Frazeys-
burg, and Jan Tannehill, from Crooksville.
H PPY DAYS!
That junior year is always a busy one, and these
folks had one to remember. They sold magazines,
popcorn, published the yearbook, and served an alum-
ni banquet to almost 300 guests. "The Monkey's Unc-
le" directed by their adviser, Mr. Loughrie, was pre-
sented in the spring to appreciative audiences.
They entertained the seniors and faculty with a
lovely banquet, using "Starlight" as the theme and
Harold Harper's music.
Officers this year were: Ray Knight, Presidentg
Jane Vanderbark, Vice-President: Norma Ayers, Sec-
retary: Glenn Cunningham, Treasurerg Nita Lawrence,
Officers for their final year in high school were
elected the preceding May, so in September they had
already served three months. Ray Knight, President:
Lawrence Vensil, Vice-Presidentg Norma Ayers, Sec-
retary: Jane Vandenbark, Treasurerg and Dixie Ball,
Business Manager, were the officers.
The summer dances had gone well, and work to
sell food at the football games as well as serving Lion
Club's dinners kept them busy. The play presented in
December, "Phantom ofthe High School" was directed
by Mrs. Gault. Flu took its toll of both players and
audience, but the show went on, after one postpone-
Early in January the class chose its colors fblack
and whitejg its flower fred rosejg its motto fForward
ever, backward neverj, so that the juniors could use
the information in the yearbook.
This year the class was the same as in May, but
the home room teacher was Mr. Kenneth Johnson.
Through the summer the class was assisted and guided
by Mr. Ralph Howard, who, with his wife, will chap-
erone on the senior trip to Washington, D. C. , and New
York City, April 26 to May 3.
Looking forward with great anticipation to gradu-
ation, the seniors will be presented to the community
on May 25, 1958, the seventieth class of Frazeysburg
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BU Y JUNIOR ARE GOOD SALE
Class electrons were held at the end of the 1956 57
school year and the Junior Class elected the following
Connie Bennett President Darlene Cannon Vice Pres
rdent Patty Sterling Secretary Elizabeth Waggoner
Treasurer Jrm Lentz Busmess Manager and Marrlyn
Coble News Reporter
They received their class rings rn September fwhrch
were ordered last sprxngj and this event made them
feel more like Jumors
This year the Juniors have proved to be very able
with Frazeysburg Red Raiders on them and popcorn
at the ball games
Now that the FRA HI AN ts nearly done the pub
lrshers fthe Junrorsj look forward to their class play to
the banquet to honor the graduating class and to the
alumnr banquet wluch was revived last year
WHO S AT WORK?
Each Junior had h1s duties
The winning smiles on the opposite page belong to
these personable people TOP ROW Ronnie Ardrey
Connie Bennett President Charlotte Brock Jack Boyce
Darlene Carmon Vice President Marilyn Coble News
Reporter SECOND ROW Richie Cohagen Bill Cooper
Sandra Crawmer Ethel Dalzell Rebecca Dolder Sand
ra Eddleblute THIRD ROW Dixie Fairall Gerald How
ard Judy King Brlly Knkpamck hm Lentz Business
Manager Carol Lindell FOURTH ROW Donna Miller
Faith Miller, Barbara Moran, Russell Sensrbaugh, Janet
Shaw, Patty Sterling, Secretary FIFTH ROW: Jack
Stokes, Peggy Trlton, Keith Turner, Elizabeth Waggon
er, Treasurer, Saundra Warner, Ellen Wise SIXTH
ROW- Miss Short, Adviser, Larry Wollard, Betty Wr1ght,
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TOP ROW Frank Ardrey Elorse Bay Kay Beard Earl Boylan M1Ck8Y Conner Gene Danner Ronme Drllon
Sue Dlllon SECOND ROW Gary Doyle Wayne Doyle Kay Elekes Paulette Falrall Ronn1eFa1rall Beth
Ann Eraz1er Beth Ann Freshwater Ralph Hanby THIRD ROW Nancy Hansel Cheryl Hardesty, Judy Hew
1tt Evelyn Hunkrns Russell Krrkbrrde KVICE Presrdenty Bob Kmght Sue Lawrence Carolyn Lrttle Not
Prctured Annabelle Bmkley Larry Longfellow
These students were d1v1ded rnto two home room secuons w1th Mrs Seward and Mrs Gault as the
TOP ROW Russell Llvrngston Hugh Madden Nancy McLaughl1n Joaqlun M1ller Phxl Moore Sherry
Nethers Anne Newcome Sharon Patterson SECO
Powell fSecreta.ryj Charles Pr1est Ph1l R1ley Sharon Ross Glor1a Schellenbarg Wanda Scott
ROW Jeffrey Settles fPI'6S1dEIlIJ, Dav1d Smlth James Tanneh1llfTreasurerJ Carl Tumble Donald
Unued Conme Sue Varner Veromca Vensll Nonna Walpole
ND ROW Marllyn Patton Marcella Powell Phylhs
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U 'if Q FIRST ROW: Stanley Amende, Charles Bell, Christian Bell, Don Boylan, John Cannon, Rod Cohagen, Keith
Denman, Willard Dunham. SECOND ROW: Roy Dunfee, Charles Elekes fPresidentQ, John Flinn, Bill Harper
fVice-Presidentj, Jerry Hart, Jim Hindel, Fred Ikehorn, Ernest Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Tom Jenkins, Dale
Johnson, Gene Kirkpatrick, Ivan Kirkpatrick, Larry Levingston, Lowell McKee, Charles McNaught, LeRoy
Newsom. FOURTH ROW: Norris Pieper, Lee Sheppard, Jim Somers, David Stokes, David Waggoner, Ken-
neth Young, Jr. No Pictures for Dale Powell, Tom Underwood. Home room adviser, Mr. Boylan.
FIRST ROW: Sandra Ashcraft, Ruth Ayers fTreasurerJ, Barbara Bishop, Nancy Doyle. SECOND ROW: Sylvia
Eby, Shirley Evans, Esther Hitchcock Qsecretaryy, Beverly Holmes, Judith Hunkins, Phyllis Norris, Maureen
O'Flaherty, Levonda Painter. THIRD ROW: Robin Shook, Janet Shryock, Sue Shryock, Carol Squires, Kay
Swope, Lea Mae Wells, Roberta Williams, Suellen Wilson, Home room adviser, Mrs. McKee.
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FIRST ROW: Garnet Dennis, Gaye Howard, Ernestine Hickman,
Christine Hickman, Maybelle Eby, Helen Saxton, Sandra Moran,
Carol Wolford. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bernard Hickman, Ronald
Hardesty, Donny Ridenour, Paul Sheppard, Linda Wolford, Jan-
ice Acord, Kay Lawrence, Carolyn Rickeart, Carol Lea Bebout,
Vernon Johnson, John Dillon. THIRD ROW: John Trimble, Rich-
ard Trimble, Frederick Bennett, Dean McKee. James Priest,
Richard Nethers, Wallace McLaughlin, William Flinn, Tyrone
Kirk, John Harmon, Eddy Wise.
FIRST ROW: Helen Ashcraft, Sylvia Sheppard, Susan Smith, Patty
Clark, Barbara Hendershot, Alice Hunkins, Sharon Scott, Kathy
Miller. SECOND ROW: Miss Mary Hamilton, Ralph Howard, John
Saxton, Robert Fairley, Bobby Williams, Nicky Madden. THIRD
ROW: David Power, Charles Mason, Danny Somers, Billy Wolford,
Leroy Sheppard, Tommy Thomas.
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FIRST ROW: Sandra Stidham, Sally Adams, Don Lawrence, Donna Wolford,
Carole Johnston, Mary Rine, Mary Squires, Patty Leas, Hinda Lauer, SEC-
OND ROW: Miss Roberts, Buddy Wagner, Gene Robinson, Jimmy Le Marr,
Donna Bebout, Dorothy Untied, Carole Sue Boylan, Patty Vickers, Mike Wise-
carver. THIRD ROW: Wayne Clark, Tommy Miller, Nancy Shryock, Martha
Sheppard, Susan Dolder, Carolyn Frazier, Gary Dillon.
FIRST ROW: Barbara Squires, Patty McLaughlin, Carla Priest, Loretta Sheppard
Linda Roberts, Joyce Fitzgerald, Sue Ellen Freshwater, Janice Miller, Bonnie Ash-
craft, Bonny Wise. SECOND ROW: Patricia Kirk, Judy Holrnes,Trisha Nethers,
Julie McDevitt, Beth Ann Riley, Susan Crawford, Susan Hassett, Mickey Warner,
Marie Comer, Mary McCutcheon, Betsy Tilton, Barbara Cameron. THIRD ROW:
Linda Hardesty, Linda Moore, Larry Knight, Buddy Moss, Joseph Wright, Phillip
Flinn, Larry Moore, Leon Lauer, Jeffrey Norris, Steven Riley, David Baughman,
Billy Minnich, Chester Hart, Douglas Cronin, Mrs, Pickins,
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cox, Patty Varner, Connie Holmes, Joyce Evans,
Leonard Rine, Steven Trego, Allen Minnich, Dudley
Brown. SECOND ROW: Barbara McNemer, Cheryl
Sheppard, Annie Laurie Duhs, Peggy Vickers, Shelia
Warner, Rose Wolford, Connie Fitzgerald, Janice
Seward, Laura Jean Young, Sue Holt, Timothy Miller,
Eddie Dennis, Roy Preston. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Shaw,
Donald Lucas, Steven Roberts, Richard McKee, Joe
Watson, James Rickeart, Stephen Moran, Edward Wag-
ner, Kenneth Stokes, Mike Somers, Barry Tumplin.
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FIRST ROW: Bonnie Fairall, Dennise Wolford, Diane
Williams, Teddy Lacy, Candace Gault, Carolyn Lud-
wig, Susan Stubbs, Rebecca Wise, Phyllis Moran,
Beverly Untied, Theresa Hickman. SECOND ROW:
Mrs. McCann, Donald Trimble, Larry Minnich, Sha-
ron Kirker, Marlene Slaughter, Rebecca Ashcraft,
Ruth Miller, Russell Hardesty, Steven Whyde, Andrew
Walcutt, Daniel Kennedy, Cody Clark, THIRD ROW:
StevenCochran, Mickey Shryock, John Ridgway, Wil-
liam Dennis, Richard Cullins, Jessie Wolford, Richard
Yingling, Donald Ashcraft, ABSENT: Linda Fairall,
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Band personnel reading across both pages, from left, are: FIRST ROW: Evelyn Hunkins, Patty Sterling,
Shelia Powell, Patty Vickers, Peggy Tilton, Cheryl Hardesty, Phyllis Powell, Janice Acord, Martha
Powell, Kenneth Young Jr. , Mary Rine, Patsy Clark, Sharon Ross. SECOND ROW: Lanita Lawrence,
Barbara Cameron, Sylvia Sheppard, Sue Dillon, Norma Walpole, Nancy Hansel, Sandra Sidle, Charles
Bell, Paulette Fairall, Veronica Vensil, Jack Boyce, Beth Ann Frazier, Elizabeth Waggoner, Norma
Ayers. THIRD ROW: Lawrence Vensil, Janet Shaw, Hugh Madden, Carolyn Rickeart, Robin Shook,
Rebecca Dolder, Lowell McKee, Anne Newcome, Sue Lawrence, Maureen O'Flaherry, Connie Varner,
Mr. Young, Director. FOURTH ROW: Jean Hansel, Hazel Sterling, Esther Hitchcock, Carol Sue Be-
bout, Sue Ellen Wilson, Connie Bennett, Marcella Powell, Carolyn Little, Kay Beard, Shirley Evans,
David Baughman, Carolyn Frazier, Susan Dolder. Absent: Dale Powell, Sharon Patterson.
THE BAND GROW
BEGINNING BAND fElementaryJ: Martha Ewine, Margaret Frazier, Marilyn Dunfee, Carolyn Lacy,
Trisha Hickman, Terry Lacy, Sue Freshwater, Judy Holmes, Beth Anne Riley, Diana Cooper, Donna
Riley, Keith Young, Pat Shook, Fred Sterling, Bonny Fairall, Susan Stubbs.
INTERMEDIATE BAND: Carolyn Ludwig, Candy Gault, ' David Baughman, Betsy Tilton, Stephen Ri-
ley, Michael Wisecarver, Terry Dayton, ' Barbara Cameron, Martha Shepperd, " Susan Dolder, ' Mary
Rine, ' Patty Vickers, Sue Sensibaugh, Carolyn Shipley.
JUNIOR HIGH BAND: Ruth Hanby, Sharon Chapman, Mary Vensil, Harvey Howard, " Martha Powell,
'Jean Hansel, ' Hazel Sterling, ' Sheila Powell, "' Ernestine Hickman, " Christine Hickman, ' Carol
Bebout, ' Janice Acord, ' Sylvia Shepperd, ' Carolyn Rickeart.
' Also in high school band.
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SPECIAL EVENTS FOR THE BAND
County Festival -- Philo -- March 15
District No. 9 Band Contest -- Martins Ferry -- March 28
State No. 9 Band Contest -- Ashland College -- April '26
District No. 9 -- Solo and Ensemble Contest -- Muskingum College -- March 8
State No. 9 Solo and Ensemble Contest -- Bexley High School, Columbus, Ohio -- April 12
PERFORMS FOR ALL
STUDENTS AND ALTERNATES FOR ALL-COUNTY BAND
JUNIOR HIGH: Janice Acord, Carolyn Little, Robin Shook, Lowell McKee, Hazel Sterling, Kenny Young
Jr. , Carolyn Rickeart, Ernestine Hichman, Christine Hickman.
SENIOR HIGH: Marcella Powell, Veronica Vensil, Evelyn Hunkins, Cheryl Hardesty, Sandra Sidle, Norma
Walpole, Beth Frazier, Lanita Lawrence, Paulette Fairall, Connie Bennett, Phyllis Powell, Rebecca Dolder,
Peggy Tilton, Lawrence Vensil.
Rebecca Dolder, Phyllis Powell, Janice Acord, Norma Walpole, Peggy Tilton, Marcella Powell, Paulette
Fairall, Veronica Vensil, Sandra Sidle.
MIXED CLARINET ENSEMBLE
Lanita Lawrence, Connie Bennett, Evelyn Hunkins, Hazel Sterling.
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FINALE FOR FIVE
F'B RG PL YER
Pictured at top left are Co-Captains Bob Barrick, Number
34, and Don Barcus, Number 35, with Coach Ron Mills in the
Bob, pictured at left in the center pictures, has played
the halfback position the last three years, and was center his
first year. This 4-year letterman was placed on the 1957
All- Tri-County Second Team.
Don Barcus, end position, shown center below. This
4-year letterman was elected to the 1957 First Team of the
County Second Team.
earning a letter each year.
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Jim Riley, lower left, a 1-year let-
terman, played at the position of half-
Lawrence Vensil, lower center, has
playedthe position of center for the last
three years. He placed on the All-Tri-
Iack Stokes, lower right, has played
the end position for the last three years,
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FIRST ROW: Managers - John Flinn, George Smith, Players - Jim Riley, Don Barcus, Bob Barrick, Law-
Manager Gary Crago. SECOND ROW: LeRoy Newsom, Gene Danner, Bill
Cooper, Chuck Priest, Richie Collagen, Gerald Howard, Ronnie Ardrey, THIRD ROW: Coach Charles
Boylan, David Stokes, Bill Harper, Chuck Elekes, Phil Riley, Frank Ardey, Ralph Hanby, Coach Ron
Mills. FOURTH ROW: Norris Pieper, Gene Kirkpatrick, Gary Doyle, Robert Saxton, Lee Sheppard, Dale
Powell, Kenny Young, Rodney Cohagen, John Cannon.
rence Vensil, Jack Stokes,
At left, lined up for action is
the first offensive team: Don Bar-
cus, Jim Riley, Phil Riley, Richie
Cohagen, Lawrence Vensil, and
This, the seventh year that
Frazeysburg has had six-man foot-
ball, is also the last. Next year
has been scheduled for eleven man
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Below, the first defensive team is shown. Players
are: Phil Riley, Frank Ardrey, Lawrence Vensil, Bob
Barrick, Richie Cohagen, and Don Barcus,
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RE ER E BASKETBALL
STANDING at left Manager Hugh Madden Coach Charles Boylan PLAYERS FIRST ROW Gene Dan
ner Bob Knrght Davrd Stokes Chuck Elekes LeRoy Newsom Ph1l Moore SECOND ROW Eredlkehorn,
hm Tannelull Larry Wollard Ralph Hanby hm Somers Earl Boylan THIRD ROW Charles Bell Davrd
Waggoner Mrckey Conner Russell Krrkbrrde
Hanover Toboso '
' denotes away games
Newark St Francrs
RESERVE BASKETBALL SCORES
31 Union I5 45 Chandlersville
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35 ' 22 40 '
32 ' 41 41
44 ' 42 50
18 27 50 '
48 ' e ' 52 40
54 48 51 '
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VAR ITYB KETBALL
Left to rrght Bob Barrlck Jeff Settles Dav1d Stokes Jack Stokes Phrl Rrley Gale Untred Phll Moore
11m Tannehrll Don Barcus Ian Tannehrll Frank Ardrey and Manager Gerald Howard
Hanover Toboso '
' denotes away games
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
60 ' 51 57 '
43 Chandlersville ' 61 53 Newark St. Francis
37 ' 32 56 ' '
46 ' 54 52
49 61 61
45 71 41 '
70 ' e ' 62 52
62 69 67 '
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Frank Ardrey, Sophomore
2 - Year Letterman
Jack Stokes, Jumor
3 - Year Letterman
Davtd Stokes, Freshman
1 Year Letterman
Ian Tannehill, Senior
4 - Year Letterman
Phil Riley, Sophomore
Jim Tannehill, Sophomore
Bob Barrtck Senror
4 Year Letterman
Don Barcus Sentor
4 Year Letterman
Jeff Settles Sophomore
2 Year Letterman
Ron M11ls Coach
Gerald Howard Juntor
Manager 2 years
Gale Untied Semor
Phtl Moore, Sophomore
2 Year Letterman
Jerry Wr1ght "' S S O F
Rudy Hunter ' 2nd Base
Terry Settles O F
Kenny Mmmch " lst Base
Sam Rrggle Manager
Jan Tanneh1ll ' 3rd Base
Bobby Barrrck ' O F
Gale Unned ' P O F Inf
Rrchre Cohagen P O F Inf
Larry Wollard O F
Ph1l Rrley C
J1m Tannelull ' lst Base O
Jeff Settles ' 2nd Base
Ph1l Moore O F
Earl Boylan O F
Ronme Farrall P O F
LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS
RESUME OF SEA SON
Teams Played Won Lost
Record Won 6 Lost 7
Lost to Rosevllle 1D county tournament after
play1ng to a 9 mmng tre the f1rst game
Lookmg ahead to the sprmg acuvrty the edttor re
cerved tlus statement from Coach George Adams W
feel l1ke 1958 w1ll be our best year Our underclassmen
who have been dotng a f1ne Job should be old enough
tlns year to g1ve us that added strength we have lacked
rn the past Two years of l1ttle league and pony league
should begtn to pay d1v1dends th1s year
The loss of our four semors last year shouldn t hurt us
too badly because our underclassmen got to play a lot of
ball as hrgh school players and pony league players
About twenty boys are expected to be our for baseball
and the plan 15 to play two games Wllh each of the follow
1ng teams Maysvtlle Chandlersvxlle Rosecrans Hope
well Ph1lo Hanover Rosevrlle and Umon
FRONT ROW BIICE Wagner, James Medley Tommy
Thomas J1m Felumlee Bobby Hrtchcock Paul Ven
s1l John Shook Wayne Clark BACK ROW Ralph
Howard Manager John Saxton B111 Felumlee N1Ck1C
Madden Spencer Montgomery
Th1s team won the tournament for the second year.
They had 11 w1ns and 1 loss for the season Over the
two years, they won 22 and lost 2.
PONY LEAGUE CHAMPS
The DODGERS also won both utles The1r manager
was Chnton Fawcett
FARM LEAGUE WINNERS
The INDIANS managed by Rudy Hunter took the
most games for the season
The DODGERS, managed by John Montgomery, won
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ln our estimation, the Cheerleaders for Frazeysburg have been tops! This opinion has been expressed
in the past by the yearbook staffs, and students, as well as patrons and friends of the school. This year,
too, they're great! The student body is to be complimented for electing these two groups who are so
full of the vim, vigor, and vitality necessary to keep the spectators backing the team.
FRONT ROW Marilyn Coble Patty Sterling SECOND ROW Norma Ayers Nita
Lawrence Ellen Wise
These peppy girls did a fine Job of leading the cheers of the varsity team and helped the team s
Norma and Nita seniors have been cheering for three years Patty Marilyn and Ellen Jun
tors have been cheering 3 2 and 1 years respectively
spirit as well as the school's, F. H. S. is proud of them for their good work.
YE RE ER E
Suellen Wrlson Maureen O Flaherty Ruth Ayers Evelyn Hunk1ns
Thrs year the reserve cheerleaders conslsted of a lone sophomore and three
freshmen They worked hard and drd a flne Job
Hur rah for Ralders Hur rah for Rarders We re from Frazeysburg and no one could be prouder
Someone in the crowd said, "Hur-rah for Raiders. And if you don I belreve us we ll yell a lrttle louder
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1 2 3 4 Whom you gorng to yell for9
Rarders that s who'
We love you we lrke
We suck to you trght
But oh you Rarders
Frghtl Flght' Frghtl
Y-TEENS ARE CTI E
FIRST ROW Peggy Trlton Treasurer Patty Sterlrng Secretary Connre Bennett VICE Presrdcnt Norma Ayers
Presrdent SECOND ROW Elrzabeth Waggoner Robrn Shook Lea Mae Wells Phyllrs Norrrs Marrlyn Coble
Ruth Ayers Sue Ellen Wrlson Kay Elekes Beth Ann Freshwater Janet Shaw Anne Newcome THIRD ROW
Donna Mrller Ellen Wrse Cheryl Hardesty Conme Sue Varner Rebecca Dolder Evelyn Hunkrns Beth Ann
Frazrer Charlotte Brock Sue Lawrence Jeannette Ikehorn Della Moore Veronrca Vensrl Catharrne Hanby
Glorra Schellenbarg FOURTH ROW Saundra Warner Sharon Ross Ethel Dalzell Slaron Patterson Sue D11
lon Norma Walpole Paulette Farrall Carolyn Lrttle Sherry Nethers Marrlyn Patton Nancy McLaughlrn
Joaqurn Mlller Judy Krng ABSENT Nancy Doyle Judy Hewxtt Farth Mrller
To welcome therr erght new members a Candlelrght Servrce was held November 21 The new members
were Ruth Ayers Nancy Doyle Farth Mlller Joaqurn Mrller Phyllrs Norrrs Robrn Shook Lea Mae Wells and
Sue Ellen Wrlson
The Y Teens conducted the Chrrstmas Thanksgrvlng and Easter Chapels To make money they sold cup
cakes They held a Mother and Daughter Banquet Aprrl 23
Therr dance the Shamrock Swrng was very successful They also sponsored a farewell party for the sen
tor glrls who were rn Y Teens
Mrs McKee IS advrser to the club whose membershrp thrs year totals 45
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GLEE CL B
FIRST ROW Connie Bennett Sharon Ross Janet Shaw Elrzabeth Waggener Peggy Tilton SECOND ROW
Rebecca Dolder, Darlene Cannon Veromca VCIISI1 Evelyn Hunkrns Connie Sue Varner THIRD ROW Sue
Lawrence Robin Shook Sharon Patterson Beth Ann Frazrer FOURTH ROW Sandra Eddleblute Ethel Dal
zell Kay Elekes Shirley Evans Roberta Williams FIFTH ROW Nancy Hansel Marcella Powell Norma
Walpole Sue Dillon SIXTH ROW Kay Beard Phyllis Powell Nancy Doyle Cheryl Hardesty
Those girls who will be members or alternates of the All County Senior Girls Chorus are Connie Sue
Varner, Evelyn Hunkins, Nancy Doyle, Marcella Powell, Phyllis Powell, Janet Shaw, Sharon Patterson, Sue
Lawrence, Sharon Ross, Beth Frazier, Sandra Eddleblute, Ethel Dalzell, and Darlene Cannon
Seventh and Eighth Grade County Festival Members and Alternates include the following Janice Acord
Carolyn Rlckeart, Ernesune Hlckman, Carol Wolford, Gaye Howard, Babby Davidson, Ralph Howard, Bar
bara Hendershot, Kathy Miller, Kay Lawrence, Patty Clark, Fred Bennett, David Power, Carol Sue Bebout,
Sandra Moran, Garnet Dennis, Maybelle Eby, and Alice Hunkins.
Here are the band members who are graduating They are Sandra Sidle Lanita Lawrence Lawrence
Vensil and Norma Ayers
E IOR WELLM SS
Sandra has been an outstandtng 'lenor Saxaphone player in the band during her entire high school
years She has participated in many State Contests She with Mr Young at the piano have played
Lanita has been an outstanding Head Majorette How she can strut' She has been the outstanding
first clarinet player in her entire period of high school band She too has participated in many State
Lawrence has been a very fine student playing his trombone This year he switched to the Sousa
Smiling Norma certainly has done her part to cheer the band to success and does a fine Job play
in cornet solos with Mr Young at the piano
DMOTHER ORG NIZATIO
Officers: Sarah Fairall, Presidentg Hazel Powell, Vice President: Eloise Tilton, Treasurer, Marie
Mothers whose children play in the band work diligently on their projects, in order to keep up with
the need for uniforrns,
This year they again had a home-made cookie sale, will work all spring on the calendar, and, when
occasions require it, will serve banquets.
FIRST ROW: Mr. Johnson, Adviser, Dwight Deeds, Wayne Eddleblute, President, Lawrence Vensil
Secretary, Russell Sensibaugh, Reporter, Richie Cohagen, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Ralph Hanby
LeRoy Newsom, Rodney Cohagen, Jerry Wheeler, Charles Bell, Gary Dayton, George Smith, Ron-
nie Fairall. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Dillon, Chuck Priest, Jim Eddleblute, Keith Denman, Bill Coo-
per, Student Adviser, Roy Dunfee, Jim Hindel. FOURTH ROW: Jim Riley, Vice President, David
Smith, Frank Duhs, Don Smith, Gale Untied, Larry Sterling, Paul Dunfee, Fred Ikchorn, Don Bar-
cus, Sentinel, John Cannon, Dale Powell.
LEARNING TO DO
DOING TO LEARN
EARNING TO LIVE
LIVING TO SERVE
Bud l-Iardesty receiving
from Glenn Evans, President
FLYING FARMERS, for Top
in National Flying Farmer Cc
Top left Wayne Eddleblute Russ Sensibaugh and Chuck Priest looking over prospective grlts
Top rrght Chuck Prrest Lawrence Vensrl selecting grits to brd on Below Collecting brds on gilts
State Farmer .... . . .
Star Beef Producer
Star Hog Producer .
Star Lamb Producer
. . .... .... I erry Frazier
. . ....Bi11Cooper
. . . . .... . . Gary Doyle
Star Farmer ........ . . . ....... Jerry Frazier
Public Speaking . . . .... . ......... Bill Duhs
Presented at th
e annual F. F. A. Banquet April 26,
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PHANTOM OF THE HIGH CHOOL
A Mystery in three acts
by Anne Coulter Martens
Presented November 8 1957
By THE SENIOR CLASS
The complete cast pictured Just after their matinee per
formance FIRST ROW Frank Duhs Don Barcus Lawrence
Vensrl Bob Barrick Larry Sterling, Wayne Eddleblute SEC
OND ROW Catharine Hanby Velva Mitchell NormaAyers
Nita Lawrence Jerry Wheeler THIRD ROW Sandra Stdle
Gertrude Criswell Dixie Ball Della Moore Jeannette Ike
Place Benson City in the Midwest
Time The present
ACT ONE The library conference room in Benson City
About 4 00 P M on Friday afternoon
ACT TWO Scene one Half an hour later
Scene two About 5 30
ACT THREE A short time later
tndy who sees the Phantom
ck who doubts her story
l1e Rick s girl friend
lan, his rival
ndolph a young pest
etty, a high school student
ina, a high school student
ue a high school student
huck, a lugh school student
iss Harker, the librarian
iss Winslow, the history teacher
r Gtbney the principal
iss Benson, a woman of importance Gertrude Criswell
elyn Cole, her secretary ............. Velva Mitchell
nny her nephew ............. ....... . Don Barcus
arty Redmond, a reporter ......... . . . Jerry Wheeler
orma Janeway, a visitor .......... . .Catharine Hanby
t. Madrigan, a policeman ............. Gale Untied
horn Carol Amende Gale Untred
DIRECTOR Kathryn R Gault
Master of Ceremomes Ray Knight
Lighting Paul Dunfee
Tickets Jane Vandenbark
Programs Marlene Welsh Pat Denman
Ticket Sales Jane Vandenbark Marlene Welsh
Stage Managers .James Eddleblute Dwrght Deeds
Stage scenery painted by the Vo-Ag Class
Music between acts High School Music Department
Play produced by special arrangement with
The Dramatic Publishing Company
HOMECOMI G FU
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Jeannette Ikehorn, the queen, approached her crowning
with her escort, Jan Tannehill. The 1957 Pontiac was furnish-
ed by Swingle's, Zanesville, Ohio. Other cars which carried
the attendants and their escorts were furnished by Bob Powell
Motors, Newark, a 1957 Chevroletg Duane Hood, Frazeysburg,
a 1957 Fordg and Claude Oldaker, Frazeysburg, a 1956 Pontiac.
Wayne Eddleblute was Master of Ceremonies. The band
prepared a fine half-time ceremony, including a heart, boat,
and wagon formations.
The Homecoming Dance, sponsored by the Senior Class,
was held in the school gym after the ball game, with the Joby
Lanning Orchestra from Newark furnishing the music. A good
time was enjoyed by all.
ANOTHER GAY TIME
The "Shamrock Swing, " sponsored by the Y-Teens, used the traditional green and white decor of St. Pat-
Reigning over the festivities were the queen, Catharine Hanby, and her attendants: Jeannette Ikehorn, Sen-
iorg Saundra Warner, Junior, Carolyn Little, Sophomoreg and Sue Ellen Wilson, Freshman. They have chosen
their escorts in the order, as above: Escort to the queen, Harold Fawcett, Bob Barrick, Senior escort: Gale Un-
tied, Junior escort: Jerry Wheeler, Sophomore escort, and Chuck Elekes, Freshman escort.
Beginning with the modern trend in music, the dancers were switched to the Emerald Isle with all its quaint
customs and music. Then after refreshments they were again switched back to America.
Frazeysburg students are very proud of
therr scholars Thrs scholarshrp team went
to New Concord May 3 1957
After the fourteen students ftmshed
thetr tests they were taken to lunch at the
Zanesv1lleY M C A and to see the movte
Guysand Dolls Mr Wrlson John Mont
gomery and Bob Barrick drove the group to
and from Zanesvrlle
Plctured above are Sentor members Mlchael Power Sally Mad
They took tests ln the followtng subjects
D1x1e Lee Ball
Engllsh Il Connre Bennett
Englrsh I Russell Krrkbrrde
Latrn I Peggy Trlton
Senlor Socral Studies Ellen Kay Hunklns
Amertcan Hrstory Drxxe Ball
World Hrstory Falth Mrller
Plane Geometry Bob Barrrck
Algebra ll Michael Power
Algebra I Hugh Madden
Blology Marrlyn Coble
General Scrence James Tannehrll
Bookkeeplng I Janet Nethers
Ellen Kay Hunkrns placed f1rst rn the county rn
enror Soctal Studtes She was 4th rn the d1str1ct
nd received Honorable Mentron rn the state
Above are shown frrst row front Farth Mtller
Connre Bennett Peggy TIIIOH and Marllyn Coble
Sophomore members Standmg are James Tanne
hxll Hugh Madden and Russell K1rkbr1de freshmen
SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM
On Frrday January 10 frve senrors went to Muskrngum College at New Concord to take tests rn general scholarsh1p
1th other county sentors Jan Tannehrll was 25th tn the county and recetved Honorable Mentron Drxte Ball Norma
yers Bob Barrrck and Sandra Srdle all drd favorably
Four boys took the test rn agrrculture that same day. Dwrght Deeds Wayne Eddleblute, Frankltn Duhs and Lawrence
ensil were the agriculture department's scholars. Results had not been received at press time.
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E 1, h IV S ul M dd n 1 den, Ellen Kay Hunkins, and Janet Nethers, seated in first row. Jun
ng TS ' 3 y a, en ior members, second row, are Velva Mitchell, Robert Barrick and
Englrsh III, Velva Mitchell . .
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CHOOL CALE D
Students arrlve at 10 O0 A M
Electron of Cheerleaders
Football Prevrew 6 School at F burg
Football w1th Homer
F F A attended World Plowmg Match
Wrlbur Frsh the Bell Ringer
Football wrth Hanover
Prcture Day Indrvrdual
Football at Gambrer
Senxors take O S E S Test
Plctures for Yearbook
Y Teen Formalmrtratron
Football wrth Newark St Francls
Football wrth Maysvrlle
DISIIICI Teachers Meetrng No School
School Board Meetmg
Senror Class Play
Basketball Prevrew at Maysvllle
Basketball at Chandlersvrlle
Y Teen Chapel
Drstrrct Teachers Meetmg No School
School Board Meetrng
Basketball at Plulo
Three Days for Every Puprl Tests
Basketball wrth Maysvllle
Basketball at Dresden
Basketball wrth Rosecrans
School Drsmrssal for Chrrstmas
Basketball at Adamsvrlle
Frnal Scholarshrp Tests
School Board Meetrng
Frazeysburg Band Concert
FRA HI AN presented to F H S
Ir Sr Banquet 8s Prom
Basketball wrth Hopewell
School Board Meetrng
IQ Test grven by Dr Whrte
Basketball at Hanover
PICIUICS for Yearbook
Basketball w1th Chandlersvrlle
Basketball wrth Newark St Francls
Basketball wrth Maysvrlle
Basketball wrth Dresden
Y Teen Cup Cake Day
wrth New Concord
School Board Meetrng
Basketball at Hopewell
School Drsmrssal 10 OO A M Too Cold
County Basketball Tournament
Flrst of Three Days Vacatron Too Cold
County Basketball Tournament
School Board Meetrng
Y Teen Dance
All County Band Festrval at Phrlo
Iunror Class Play
All County Vocal at Munrcrpal Audrtorrum
Three Days for Every Puprl Test
Two Days for Prelrmrnary Drstrrct State
Y Teen Chapel
School Board Meetrng
8th Grade Test
Y Teen Banquet
Latrn Amerlcan Program
Semors Leave for Washmgton
Frazeysburg Baccalaureate at 2 00 P M
Commencement at 8 O0 P M,
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Guidance and Testing
Mr. Arthur G. Hunt
Mr. William Graham
President ....... .... Do n Lucas
Vice President .... ..,.. J ohn Gault
Secretary .... . . . Idabell Lugwig
Treasurer . . . ..... Jim Young
Meetings are the third Thursday of each school month.
The biggest aim of the P T A is to raise enough money to buy lay round e ui ment They plan
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to build the fund now, and purchase the equipment when the area to be used is decided upon.
The sale of Halloween candy was one project to help raise the money.
Mike Wisecarver, Lt
Ralph Howard, Capt.
James Lemarr, Sgt.
W SCHOOL GRO
As far back as 1954 the Board of Educanon consisting of Roger Dolder John Shaw, O O Cotmll
J I Nethers and Gerald Unued foresaw the coming need of more school room Acting upon the request
of the Board Rex Wilson Superintendent of Schools, summoned Charles Marr an architect of New Phll
adelplua to come and investigate the need for more room
When the Frazeysburg and Nashport Districts merged the new Board continued the work originated
by the 1954-55 School Board The members of the merged Board were Ralph Vroom Joe McCann Ben
Moore Gerald Untied and John Shaw
After the community and other organizations worked hard to pass the School Bond Issue The Raeder
Construction Company of Dover, Ohio, in September, 1957, undertook the job of building the new Fra-
zeysburg Elementary School Building.
The Board of Education who were chosen to complete the plans of the new school building are as fol-
lows: Kenneth Felumlee, Robert Knight, Ralph Vroom, Damian Wise and Gerald Untied.
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Kreme Krust Products C 0 M PA N Y
Bakers of Bread Cakes Ro s Complete Llne
Weddmg and Decorated akes a Speczalty of Dany products
Regular Milk Coffee Cream
In Coshocton S1nce 1909 Buttermilk whlpplng Cream
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Footwear for the ohm. hmlly Produced from the Fmest Herds
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Newark's 100 Year Old Book Store
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The Lads Store
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OLDE TOWNE CLEANERS
Shopping Center and 1953 Maple Ave
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Pianos Radios Sheet 'Waste
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General Farm Supplxes
Petroleum Delivery Servlce
Newark and Pataskala
Anyone Can Buy at Farm Bureau
PHE FRANK COOPER
Je Welfy Store
N 5th Zanesvllle Ohlo
HUTUMUTIVE SUPPLIES INC
595 W Church Street
Band and Orchestra Instruments NGWCYK 0l"0
Phone FA 2 9711 2 9721
Hammond Qrgans Complete Machine Shop
Parts Service Shop Servrce
Phone GL 3 9211 Webfauranf
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HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES We Have Doubled
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Phone GL 2 9344
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New and used auto parts
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Heatlng and Plumbmg
Phone 41 R Frazeysburg
Custom Coal and General Haullng
MOSS TRUCKING CO
Phone 1069 Frazeysburg Oh1o
Congratulanons and Best Wlshes
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THE FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK
ALL BANKING SERVICES
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Phone FA 3 3841
F mlaw Lumber Company
Everything To Build A Home
Phone GL 2 2791
1759 Maysville Ave Zanesville Ohio
Shoes for the Entire Family
VARNER S GARAGE
Parts and General Repairing
Phone 3116 Frazeysburg
Congratulations and Best lV1shes
Pont1ac Sales and Servlce
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Body Fender Work
Expert Radlator Repalr
Phone 3152 Frazeysburg Exchange
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Builders' Supplies, Lumber 8: Millwork
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Open 9:00 ADM. to 8:00 p,M, AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
Shoes for the Famzly VISIT
WEATHER BIRD VELVRT .STEP
JARMAN - RED WING GOLDENS
cunns sHoE sToRE when You Are
Pl 4 5121
THE BOWERSTON SHALE COMPANY
Box 98 Telephone RO 3 2851
FAMOUS HANOVER REDS
TIRES - APPLIANCES
OFFICE MACHINES 8 SUPPLIES
Gestetner Stencil Duplicators
Unlted Buslness Service
2787 W Broad St
Columbus 4 Ohio
Tax Service - Accounhng
Hunhng and 'flihlng License
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NOT my PUBLIC
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Frazeysburg Ohxo Phone 48R
FRA" XPBURC' OHIO State and Willow Streets
Plant Phone GL 2 5427
Res Phone GL 3 9553 or CL 3 l936
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Philco TV ancl Appliances
Sales and Servuce
Phone Frazeysburg 3156
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to the Graduates of 1958
PHI' OHIO PLXSTII CONIPANX
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A Clean Store
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Betty Lee Beauty Salon
Frazeysburg Oh1o Phone 3921
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FRAZEYSBURG HIGH SCHOOL 1958 INTRAMURALS
Monday February 28 Through Wednesday March o
A Junrors ws Sophomores
Grrls Monday Boys Tuesday
Glrls Wednesday Boys Thursday
C Freshmen Play Wmners of A
Grrls Frlday Boys Monday
FINALb Wrnners of C vs Wrnners of B
Glrls Tuesday Boys Wednesday
A Friendly Store
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BETTER FOODS CONTRIBUTE TO
longer llfe and Crealer Happiness
We QIIQCIUIIZQ' ln Quallty
Meats and FTOFCTICS
Courteous Servxce Free DCl1VCfy
Phone 3426 Frazeysburg, Oh1o
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Industrlal Pole Hole Dlgglng
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Phones 1188 or 1241
Myrle L1ndel1 REMINGTON CHAINSAWS
Sales and Servlce
ROPER 72 AUTOMATIC
WISCONSIN AIR COOLED MOTORS
ELATERITE PROTECTIVE ROOF COATING
Forms a Rubber L1ke Plastlc Cover
10 Year Replacement Guarantee
Buslness Phones Residence
T L MONTGOMERY
Chalrman of the Board
ALVA L TAYLOR
SEWARD D SCHOOLER H L J HOUGENDOBLER
President Assistant V1ce President
R Q BAKER, Jr FEROL C DRAKE
Vice President Cashier Assistant Cashier
ORVILLE FULLER, Mgr Installment Loan Dept
KENNETH L ANDERSON, Teller
Member Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit
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