Galion High School - Spy Yearbook (Galion, OH)

 - Class of 1957

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The Annual Staff of 'I957 invites you tot join us reliving these experiences. As you delve through the pages, may your enjoyment equal ours. ...., Gulion City Schools Board ol Education SEATED, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Russell Nichols, James Robinson, Gerald Boslcr, Charles K, Cunningham, Charles Hubbard The l956-57 school board is an elected body to serve as representatives of the com- plete school district. It acts in a legislative capacity and makes policies concerning the district. As a single problem, the planning ofthe two new elementary schools and the senior high addition was the most time consuming. The elementary schools are expected to be in use by September, l957. The senior high addition is due for completion by February, l958. The labs will be furnished with the finest equipment in this area. TOM-BOY BURGER TUTTl.E'S NEWS DRIVE-IN 81 RESTAURANT Public Square UNITED PLUMBING SUPPLY Compliments of Plumbing 84 Heating Supplies ruscAN's RECREATION ,H HDWAW. 'Q LII' fi' 'H 4. - I 515. if ii ' Mr. Dwight Musselman has successfully completed his third year as the superintendent of Galion schools. He has donated much of his time to the many different school activities and other civic affairs, The efficient secretary of Mr, Musselman is Miss Isable Monroe She is also clerk of the Board of Education, Mr. Harold Blosser is completing his first year as assistant superintendent of instruction of Galion schools. Miss Joyce Nelson is the assistant secretary of Mr, Musselman. She performs various duties around the school. FISHER PRINTING CO. WEBER'S JEWELRY Gculion, Ohio "The Diamond Store of Golion" SCHAFFNER-MYERS Compliments of CIothing Store PATTERSON PONTIAC A 1 :qw mf- 1 maui .Mm f JF ' F? K L 3156, 'Y M f R f H x ,wzf-:fr K 11- r m, , W N' X . 'I-,, we QP ag L 'F X NFS. , ' 23155 - xf sf gif. . A X 'Q fefgi. ,Q ' . .. .E-FQ RQ f . -1 Q . ' QS EFQSNRYSQ- fi "Seals K i , - :ffvgfsgg Seam S -qi. 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X Q muy, Mechanical Drawing, I H it in-Q wid' iMI5S ROSE SEIFERT B, S, in lid, -Ohio Smu- Q V Girls' Health Sz Physical ELIIICJUOIL, -'i' HELEN SMITH: A,i3, -Asbury Cloilcgu, i J i,'iiii" Homeiiiconomics. 55k?E.Qf.ili2i,ff Yi: i5YQ75'5S" -'7Svz?i5'551'lf MISS IOSEPIIINE TRACIIT B, 5, in Ed. -Ohio Stare, M,A,uOhio Norrmral. American Sa World Ilisrory. 4lL fi 1 fi .lf .' f sf' 'i , :., - Q1 2 x Q xg , fi ' li 3 lfrfuifi .,, - s f Ra- v. "1 , If ffl' ' ' 1 R ':- e'i'NF-9' 3' ' Vi- X5 LQ? Nf5fx w,x7e,4, M r , f v 4,,N-asia. ,ff A'-frm -:1 .3,..A-R' L ,gf ' A V .. 'Lg.".:s' , Q: ' -."6f'1-,f-r " iii-',, if -' T- M wwkias xr: if w-ww , fx -,N . Uwfiiifig' '11 I L 'wg-,X fr Sk 4wX SNA ' 3 I Qi CLASSROOM SCENES v ,s- af HOME ECONOMICS CLASS Above'-TYPING CLASS Left--BIOLOGY CLASS 1 Above--SPANISH ll CLASS?'?'? Right--BOOKKEEPING CLASS HELFRICH TOM McNEW'S , FLORISTS Fine F0055 COOK S ELECTRIC North Columbus of Summit Sr Golion, Ohio ALLEN HARDWARE 201 South Mcrkef GALION LUMBER COMPANY . I X CLASSROOM SCENES Above--STUDY HALL Right--BOYS' GYM CLASS MECHANICAL DRAWING CLASS SHOP CLASS GALION ROAD MACHINERY CO. B EL D CITIES SERVICE GoIion, Ohio Heodqucrfers for Sporfsmen SHARROCK'S MARINE 8. SPORTS SHOP 700 Harding Woy West Complete Iine of sporfing goods AR S0 SG CHEMISTRY CLASS PSYCHOLOGY CLASS WOR LD HISTORY PLA NE G EOMETRY WRIGIlT'5 QUALITY MARKET CORAL DINING ROOM Where Quality is tops and Galion, Ohio PI'iCl3S EITC 10W Ph. 86 3'6563 225 South Market Galion, Ohio PATRONIZE OUR SPONSORS ,S X? l f' 2 , 55' 11 . ax .s ri ' "vii . p . if 2? - - ' H.: K , . F iff' '-ff gilfi . 1 .1 isex if in ' hz " -ng-H-3 ,K 5 . I.,-if fx 1 J sx '.T:Ln53,7q we ag X Q eww, llrgff 5. gill-15 fe wg ., wx S ,Q --1 Q5-Mix, 4k,,A, V 3, ., 1 , ,' gk-45y,gWfggf-NJ?,mi x E? f i Q 'TTR TN X X CHRISTINA JOYCE BEVAN Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball Queen 4: Librarian 1,'2,3: Tri-A Hi-Y 2,3,4: G.A.A, 2,3,4: Varsity Team 3, 4: Intramurals 1,2,3,4: F,H,A, 2,33 Treasurer 4: Pep Club 3,4. it RUTH ANN BEYER ROBERTA KAY BISHOP V vii? Chffifli PM 1',E2'3'4i, rrr r rr,rr If 1',,, ,rr x. ,rrf ro6mEOffibeEEi:nSr. Claris Piaiiiig EBq6r:aIiuriate Uihergfsglfrrii E Speech Class Play 4: Spy Staff ee H '-:Y 3l,4:G.A,A, 3,41 , 4: Lantern Staff: 13: ex:-.E :Sz Srg, 228524: A Prom Committee 3: Baccalaureate 2,33 Pep Club 3. EU3hgr3glQ,A!Ag,13,gg1-::1ntgfg- ,re L r,, ,re me ,,, rr, h,, i , murals 2,3,4: Latin Club 2: ' 1 F.H.A. 2g4, secrerarynay , K 1 Naiionhl Hone: SbelietyA'4f5 - - -P ..I- "'-- i Ng. 1,55 1 . V ,rir CIF? L L . reere A :mammals igzgmsn spam Club 3: Speech Class Play 4: 'Track'4.: JAMES G, BLAINE Basketball Court 4: F, H, A, 2: crabs: llianierrfftdff 3: Jr, 8: Sr. Prom Committee 3: Brncggplaureete Ushers: Sextettei 1A,2,3,4: chan 1,2,s,4: Band 45 GgA.A. 3.4: Pep c1ub2a, A Intramurals 2,3,4:3Nagioual h h HQIIGY sae1efyl4. ' elll A BEVERLY ANN BOS LER choir 1, Gln Club 2, Iutrgmuralsifl-fg, 3: 4: Home mom Officer 3: Student Cpurrgilpg 8n Sr, Prom comimrreeia: H1-Y 2. WILLIAM REED BREESE . ' 5 National Honor Society 4: Choir 1.4: Band 1,2,3: Treasurer 4: Intramurals 2.3.4: Class Officer 1: Homeroorh Officer 3: Student Council 2. Secretary- Treasurer 2: Ir. Class Play: Basketball Court 4: Spy staff 4: Lantem Staff 3. Editor 3: Jr, 8a Sr, Prom Committee 3: Baccalaureate Cadet 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, Treasurer 4: G.A,A. 4: Sec. 3: Latin Club 2.3: Pep Club 3: Speech Class Play 4, rf' GLENN PATRICK BROVANT CAFDL ANN BRUSH . ' , -I ta.: GERALD JUNIOR CARLIN A A taee Y0C"?0'1a1Sh0P 1-2F HH 2:3 . . L .,,..C L ...a . ,,a.. Hg-Y 4: E.H.A. 2,a: swarm 1 Raua uta,a Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Officea-r2: Jr. Clase Play: Sr. C A Class"P1ay: Cheerleader 1.2, A 3.4: Basketball Court 2.4: Choir 1: Band 1..,a2r,3: Pep Baud Lantern Staff 3: lx-,A 8: Sr. ag Speech cms Play 4: Spy Pibmlcomnmiee Ldv, at Staff 4: Lantern Staff 3: Baccalaureate Usher 3: Tl'ri-Hi- ,C Y 3.4: G, A,A, 2.3: Intramurals Secretary 4: F, H.A. 2.3. 2.3.4: F, H, A, 2.3.4: Pep Club President 4: Pep Club 4: Cheerleader 2: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: GM-Af 354. CQIFGSPOUCWCQ. 3. J 4 A A Speech Classlflay 4. M tee 'TD' JUDITH ANN CASS JOAN ELAINE CHANDLER BARBARA JEAN CLAYTON I8 uv , A Librarian 4g Spanish Club 3. EG GEORGIA RUTH HARRIS JAMES JOSEPH HARSH Vocational Shop 4: Ir. 8a Sr. Prom Committee 3. G 1 EUGENE GRUBAUGH G j m Basketball .2 , 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3,44 lniggxsqurals 1, A A ,flvcgzionqggriliop 1 , 2, h, 3 1 R Varikty " Php cms AAAA my RUTH ANN HAAS Hzaifrxcroom Offiper 4: I r. sr. crmppyray 4: spy A Y- 85 sacwurorreau A re Usher 3: Latin Club 2: F.H.A, 2,3: Pep Club 3: Choir 1. Choir1gG,A,A, a,-ag 22 Intramurals 2, 354: GF, H. A. 2: Pep club 3. RUTH ANN HENKEL YVONNE JEANETTE HA RFORD Choir 1gG,A,A, 45 F,H,A, 2,43 Pep Club 3, ROBERT ARTHUR IIINKEL RICHARD D, HOOVER WALTER SCOTT IIUGGINS -lsr --:te-if -:-bf: it I IQ, -if L3 v toir 13 Glec Club 25 Football TIACKC2. D,C,T.1-54g 'fjg I 'I'gF06iEb81Tfl:.Tf1 Class Play 3g ' 5'5E.'-if' 3g Track 23 Intramurals Intramurals 1,2,3,4: Home-A wSt. C1assfP1ay 4. ' 2. rs. 4: Homemom Officer AATTRRTR I f TAAA A AAAAA A 2 Q - --.k -foie -sk ,-.: "ffl -' 1 v 35 Student Council lg Jr. 8:51 'VSISUZS' NGA' 4. T:XTAf f ' 1 , Prom Committee 35 I I Jcational Shop 1, 2. 4 li it -X-.ft 1- . Okinawa lg San Salvador, Bl saxvador 2: Basketball a, 4: I Golf mflntmmurais 3: - ii C las? Vice- President National ,- Honor Society 3,4g Student Council 34 Sr. Class P1ayt4:! fn. it sz-Q Pwhu cbmminee 3: Latin Club 3, spanish Club cl. DAVID LARR HUNTER 23 Intramurals 1,2,3.4g Ir. 84 Sr. Prom Committee 3. JAMES CALVIN JACKSON Cholr lg Glec Club 25 Football 1,25 Basketball l,2,3g Blascbnll 2,3,4g Track lf lntrzlmumls l,2, 3,4g Homeroom Officer 1, 2,35 Jr. SL Sr, Prom Committee 31 Vocational Shop 3,4g Varsity "G" 2,3,4. -Ei ' aililf 2 2 - awk. RICHARD EUGENE JOURDON 2 ,ffll ifqh ' yr. N wil -W . if :gy ,N L wqai 1 L 1.L . .L-L 'A IW' Yflgrxf . fx X.. , M L., . - .gas . Wx W ,--.k, g Y: 1 Q ,, MQ -fqyg... . .. .,. . A K ass. I .... -5 ,K - ,. WA, 1, an -we 'S xl X ai. -fagjmu .f a N ..,,,,w .Q QW 53 .1, x ,. Q" if-A-, - -J-ar ' - 5.1 Y' " Lf. X 5615 ! .4:- .. . , .. :rf . 5' .-N . HK ., ,X X -va .2 EDWIN D EA N Mc ELHATT EN Baud 1,2,3,4gG1ce Club 1, 2,35 Pep Band 1,25 intra-- murals 2,3,4g llomeroom Officer 21111 Class Playg Sr, Class Playg Speech Class Playg Ir, 8a Sr, Pnom Commit- tcc 33 Ili-Y 3,4-. . RUTH ANN MAPLE WILLIAM DEAN MARTIN P0340 We?-'1 Cwiflflfifeomef mam officefm,lfsi4 f Playg Jr. 8: Sr. Pmrn Commit- tee 3g Baccalaureate Usher 35, Trirvil-Iii!! 4, iyiceigffrestgtent G, A,A, 3,43 Varsity Team 4: Intramurals 2.3,-Lg F, H,A. 2: Pep Club B1 LY, 33 Speech Class Play 4gfP.nneuncemenrE ALLL el Committee 4: .National Honor Society 4. rrsr sz ,'z'r. librarian lg Spanish Club 3: PGP Club 3+ , ,S W as HI- fill: " Choir 1: Band 1,2,3g Intra- murals 2, 3: Vocational Shop R o1,2,1!ii-Y'e2gD,sc,T, AANL 4. BancIgl,2,.f3,4g Pep Band 3,45 Intramurals 1,2,3g Home- room Officer 25 Jr. 8: Sr. Prom Committee 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 133 Brass Sextettes, Choir 1gG1ee Club 2,35 Foot ball 1,2, 3,43 Basketball lg Intramurals 1,2,3g Class Officer 3: Homenoom Officer 1, Boys' State 4, Student Council 2,31 Jr, Class Play, Speech Class Playg 4's Jr. 84 Sr, Prom Committee 3: Hi-Y '2,3, President 45 Latin Club 2,35 Pep Club 3: Boys Quarter 2, 3,4. EVERETT LEROY MESSENGER CHARLES WAYNE MESSENGER FREDERICK ARNOLD MEEKER JOYCE LEE MORROW JOYCE MARIE NEAL Xt .. A . awaeawsg L ww. .11 -..' kr: If sr, i-from 3 Comriaititeii-.35 Tri-HP? 2, as G.A.iA..ees.a4etF.H.A. 2.3. A Gqmffaree S: USllEl'i'3!fLibl'll'ilD S3 ' A ...Nee- P --f.wiei .11 Speech Chu Playg ,Latin Club 2: Football 1,2.3,4: Basket- ball 14 Track 1,2.3g Class President 13 Vice-President 2: Homeroom Officer 1: National rlonor Society 3,4g Boy's State 3g Student Council 3,45 2.3: Football 1.2.3.-it Class President l,2,4g Speech Class Play: Latin Club Basketball lg T Track 1,2,3: National Honor Society 3.4: Boy's State 3: Student Council E nte t. i 1 1 1 I Football 13 Track 3: Intra- murals 2, 3,45 National Honor Society 44 Sr, Class Playg Vicc- President 31gii5fBgfesident,4: erte gglass Play: Spymaif Jr, St Sr, Prom coriiifiaittee ' 3: lE.r -c'r PromiCo!4nmii'fee choir 3: in-Y 2,3,4i varsity ' denigig Varsity vice- Y Latin Ciubgf "G" 2,3, President 4. President 4. C. A A A NED S, NEELY TED L. NEELY JEROME DAVID NEFF 27 CA FDL ANN MOUNTZ. Band 1,2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2,3 Intramurals 1,2,3,4g Class Officer 3: Homeroom Officer 4: Girls' State 3g Speech Class Play 4: Football Court 4, Spy Staff 45 Lantem Staff 3: Baccalaureate Usher 3g Lib- rarian lg Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 G,A,A, 3, President 45 Varsity Team 2, 3,45 Choral Belles 3,45 National Honor Society 4. peg, K 5, . :1,4,.L gif, . gig 1 x - -4 eg - 931 S6 1 , vgmfffz xx 5114545-4 ,, , 41 E fm wr nf swf 4.1 , M, wa-'L.f, 'mic' : fiseamn Y . 1 ,am mp, , ,,?,,,4, in 'L 7 5--Wi 1' ,- T' fl ..f ' . f www., .mi ,ff-w, X 3321 ff-, if: ,WL'4i',,'2. . 7 xg? , Q J .z ww www gfgf M N' if SHARON SUE SHARROCK GREG ENGEL SHAWBER SUE ANNE SHEELY - mini. Choir 1,3,4g Jr. SL Sr, Pnom Committee 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3,47 G.A,A, 3.4: Librarian 2.3. H:: u Class Play 3 , Pe W 1 .Ha N W xx 4: S Girls' Hi-Y Usher 3: Intrae E Club 2,35 Class Play Honorsociety 4. ' H :Nf.:+:-1:-S-rp -:gg 1-X.. . , Q1 N M vifswgikn3i.z:::,:i'fs S by AW., .X rw far w , Q . 1 1 1 . 1 mfsag za I Egg- X Q ,E , E. -. rg. K Sei . 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Pep Club 3. ,f'Cx'li ROSEMARY SHIFLEY i 3 SANDRA DIANE s1c:LA1R MERLIN EUGENE SIPES DAVID WILLIAM SMITH KAYE CAROLE SPARKS , K, -A . ., , - ,- Vocational Shop 1,2Q3: Il. Spy 4: Ir. 2 V sz sf, Pmm Committee 3. cammmee ag H1-if 1, 2,3j 1k,,2f T Cabinet 4: Spanish Clubfag be National Honor Society staff Sb 312 Sr. Pxom"Ci:mi mittee 3: Tii-Hi-Y 3,43 ' G, A,A,'2,3g Intramurals 1,2,3,4p Latin Club 2.3: F,H,A. 2.3: Pep Club 33 D,C,T, President 4: , Sextettes 1. Chwi AE o A 5 Cl-8S!Pliji ooo spwch 1 eeeseeuaugggzgwmg 4: P1ay4g Tri- Hi-Y 4. A In:lra,g:1urSgI52eS1,3,4. lag Choir 1,3g Football lg Baseball 1, 35 Intramurals 1,2,3p Homemom Officer 1,2,3g Pep Club 35 D,C,T, 4. BEVERLY JEAN SPEARS ROBERT GLENN STANDIFER THOMAS GERALD STOVER 32 :F be FRANKLIN DELANO WEIR WILLIAM JOSEPH WEST CAROLE MAE WILCOX Y -we-A W ff-if-W-XM fgsJi?i?E,2Wf msffifff A 1: i 1- 7 Choir 3 Int ramurals 2: Football 1,2,3, 4: :Lantern Staff 3: Homeroom Officer 2: 1.f2: Baseball 2',A3,4: '?fL Usher 3: D C T 4 murals 1-3e42V41'2iSY "GN 33 3' 4. ,1,g11L s ' 1 S ALLLALL ALLL - zgstiela,iam-eff:-fit-xinggiwi.: 1 , , - f Swifszwiugflfflwe gif 1 , ' , 8 Lf Akron and Wooster 1, 2: Football 3: Basketball 3.4: Baseball 3: Student Council 4: Ir, Class Play 3: Sr, Class Play 4: Speech Class Play 4: Jr. 8: Sr, Prom Committee 3: Varsity "G" 4: Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3. JAMES LEE WILDER J' 5 Choir 1: Football 1: Basketball Football Sfffrack 3.4: 4 1: Track 1: Intramurals 1, 2,3: 5 Intramurals 2,3, 4: Jr. -8a Sr. Hometoom Officer' 1: Student Prom Committee, Council 3: Spanish Club 3, WAYNE CHARLES WILLACKER PHILIP PETER YOCHEM 34 Pep Club 3: Choir 1: Jr. 8a Sr. Prom Committee 3: Librarian 1, 2, 3: Tri- Hi-Y 3,4: G,A,A, 3,4: Intramurals 2, 3, 4: F, H, A, 2, 3: Spy Staff 4. IANIS ESTELLA YUNKER XX X . Xfww ,X X15 ,..v..,X.-4 X LXX , X X -- ,, ..,, X k.... X ,X X X X X X XAf-X Ni? N T- XX fiff . . X .TV I X1.: do FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Patti Eldred, Chris Bevans, Jean Laforrest, Marcia Bevans, Rosemary Shifley, Marilyn Roop, Janis Yunker. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Byers, Marilyn Walters, Juanita Black, Jeanne Enders, Sandy Rosen, Juanita Cress. 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LEFT TO RIGIIT, FIRST ROW: Russel Breinich, Dave Probst, Keith Baker, and Dan Nichols, SECOND ROW: Bob Reed, Mike Stadfeld David Cambell, and Fred Court, THIRD ROW: Garland Gledhill Dave Schreck, Paul Hunt, and Tom Auld FOURTH ROW: Jim Blosser, Larry Miley, Bob Fulton, Martin Fleiner, and Jeff Carnbell. SEAR'S ond ROEBUCK MURPHY'S MONROE LAUNDRY CARTERS COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN AND OFFICERS, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Judy Cass, Treasurer: Roberta Baird, Vice- Presidentg Nancy Foote, Secretaryg and Anne Bosler, President. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Maple, Paula Anderson, Sergeant at Arms: Mary Lou Amos, Iill Ferguson, Chaplain, and Ioan Eise. -D M 'WM-an r C if QQ, FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Mountz, Mary Kelly, Susan Hale, Katy Goshom, Hazel Brovont, and Judy Miller, SECOND POW: Brenda Brande- bury, Virginia Decker, Pam Patterson, Joy Yochem, Jo Weber, and Nancy Althouse. THIRD Phyllis Helcher, and Jean Enders. FIRST FEDERAL SAVING AND LOAN CO. 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Claudia Jo Weber and Kathleen Kehrer were choosen as co-editors, the choose being based on time and effort put Forth in Spy work. We've done our best to make this book a reflection of our senior year and hope it means as much to you as it does to us. 52 Q J UNIOR S PY STAFF MR . ROGERS J M Soh"" e Spy YCI-goolfg Us, S1-off fears . He . Th' WC W 0p'on hc 's sob Q X h' 'Od di Sb WGS 'Y K Is h UC I1 th ee OSS. euffh Q msn 'sf F 'Sv 5 W :Q p e t C e asf ed b CIO Or th N of sch GPG Sp ye Y M SS h e hc 00, Ci, Y s Gr r ple el fi t S m n Y h 'Of Cf - R fed P I ,Ist K' 1- if xi? .L fx 5,7 Gd e e f G O W ad ,f' Q .g-' U :h-L e WS h Gd Ol- ge ere fh. wi 'mg f... PQ Us vis 'on fs be g -30 . AA-A" I5 Pe Sp Or , ' X th kms Is bookr and ent Q X -HM Q' A---b 'fjiws Kifilwifl' . Hep:-, "' iw. e S Qwedyfhp, Hqui Pfqdff qt ,,,, 1 Pos ,Ye f bif g in Pfec. fem . nd . w V lo 9 'QB YQ 1.L 1 L-ixi-gg? ,Fl t 5?-5 , Q ", 1 fe, his N ,X.A , .L" 5 'fu - . b..., r- , Nw i . A . 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SEATED: Keith Messmore, Judy Schnegelsberger, Tom Unckrich, Jim Casey, Ida Waldo, Sandra Albright, and Joe Nussbaum, STANDING: Larry Shelquist, Pete Allenbach, Glenn Byers, Bill Brooke, Linda Crall Betty Crase, Mary Ann Cole, Sharlene Laughlin, Ed Gray, Julie Stadfeld, Charles Tiller, Judy Hoostal, and Chuck Metzger. This year's Lantern staff is composed of fourteen boys and twenty-two girls, headed by co-editors Joy Yochem and Tom Unckrich. Other editors are Charles Tiller, Ed Gray, Pam Patterson, Evelyn Walker, Jim Casey, Joe Nussbaum, Joan Reese, Larry Shelquist, Pete Allenbach, Mary Noel Kelly, Judy Hoostal, and Julie Stadfeld. Five Lanterns were published this year, the first of which came out on November 9, with the last coming out on May T6. All deadlines were faithfully met and a good time had by all under the supervision of Mr. John Rogers, Lantern sponsor. F ERFURT'S JEWELRY Compliments of 210 Harding Way East ANDREW DAIRY THE GALLON EQUITY EXCHANGE CO. Grain - Feed - Coal - Building Supplies SNYDER FUNERAL' HOME Fred W. Hentzman Phone 2-861 l STUDENT COUNCIL PICTURED ABOVE AT THE INDUCTION OF THE STUDENT COUNCII. ARE: Mr. Edwin C. Treheme, Principal. LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Thomas Unckrich, Charles Tiller, Margaret Wildenthaler, and Sandra Helbert, SECOND ROW: Mr, Harold Friar, Speaker, Lewis Hearne, Joseph Nussbaum, William MacAdarn, and Richard Hubbard. THIRD ROW: Judith Attebery, Ned Neely, Edward Gray, James Wilder, Daniel Derfler, Ted Neely, Charles Schultz, and Dave Pnobst. Several sets of regulations for all school dances were set up by the Student Council throughout the school year. A Safety Program was sponsored by the Student Council which included several interesting speakers. They also set up the regulations for the tryouts of cheerleading. The procedure of having a dance after the J basketball games was changed to one three-hour dance a month. They collected five dollars from each school 0'9Gn'ZOi'0" fo' The repo" of the P'A- Syslem- THE OFFICERS cHosEN FOR THE 1956-57 STUDENT COUNCIL 'I-nel' me Taking OVST The financing of The ARE: President, Ned Neelyg Vice-President, Tom Unckrichg Honor Plaque. Secretary-Treasurer, Judy Atteberyp Parliamentarian, Ted Neely. MODERN TIRE MARKET CASEY HARDWARE 200 H.w.w. and GIFTS AMICK SHEET METAL 8. PLUMBING, INC- GALION'S RECORD SHOP DEBOLT'S HOME APPLIANCE gl L iZ i if tfzQMf,s, ,.. LEFT TO RIGHT ROW ONE' L McCart i . . y, I. Cass, R. Baird, M. Hover, K, Kunkel, J. Schnegelsberger, ROW TWO: C, Spraw, J, Boggs, K, Kehrer, P. Ellis, B, Mayer, M. Edler, J. Clark, I, Jamison, C, tlerninger, J, MCCl1110Ugh. ROW THREE: N. Foote, M. Cole, J,-Willacker, K, Weaver, J. Harris, J, Ryan, L, Lewis, C, Girton, N, Fair, L, Kline, T. Pace, IEW FOUR: M,J, Ginn, M. Summers, R. Hedges, N, Ness, J, Y0LlUg, I. IOHIISIOU, C. Beach, S. Melchior, D, Monat, B, Phillips, E. Stewart, K. Ireland, Dan Hersliner. ROW FIVE: Director, M.W, Fogtg C, Goshom. f whim f vi YOGT G. H.S. is proud of its i957 Tiger Band, which accumulated so fine a record in both marching and concert work The first appearances of the spirited 89-piece marching band were at the football games. We remember several outstanding shows built around such themes as "Toyland", "Circus Day", "Election Day", and "Moments to Re- member" One ot the most remarkable features of the i956 marching season was the use of the snappy "Ohio State" entrance from directly behind the north goal For the pre-game ceremonies-. F ln November, the band participated in the Findlay College Homecoming Ceremonies. Gallon was judged best in competition with several bands from north-west Ohio, and was awarded a trophy and a S50 scholarship. The 95-piece concert band First performed publicly at the annual Christ- mas Concert It opened the coin t ' h . cer wut several holiday selections, both sacred and secular. March 30 was the "dark day" of the year. The band received a rating of Very Good fllll in district contest. However, the day ended on a happy note, for the band membe h rs were t e guests of the Band Parents' Club at the annual party. f . Xtefjo 5 6 x09 'is , The spring concert pefggxliances of the band included: the Band Parents' Festival, the Spring the iunior band, and the N.O.L. Band Festival. Its final year was in the Memorial Day Parade. This year, the bond's were: president, Bill Crawford, vice- president, Ed McElhatten, Bob Nickell, and treasurer, Judy Cass. The members of the Banci seniors, Bill Crawford and Sue Sheelyp iuniors, Kay Weaver Pace, sophomores, Bill MacAdam and Barbara Mayer, and freshmen, Sitewart and Beverly Stillings. Next year's Tigeragjaiwd smaller, because it will include only students of the high school. The underclassmen are 958, when they are scheduled to move into their new, Yhtriliefnimusitis .fi The band owes a greattiea-iitoiiiitiiifineiidiiiector, Marvin W. Fogt. It is also very proud of its new drum major, Tom who did such an outstand- ing iob of leading the band when it was on iiiiefrnarch. The faithful managers were Bill Brooke and Alice Shfiflgyg. K ggig The Spy Staff would like to icongratalate the on its fine year. l I LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: B, Cionenwett, V. Decker, S. Sheelyi, C. lNicho11s, Jane Weber, Io Weber, ROW TWO: B, Stillings, S, Rausch, J, Lewis, J. Moser, M, Ott, I, Heitzman, S, Wright, F. Hurlow, I. Hopkins, B, Cunningham. ROW THREE: A, Bosler, C, Mountz, B, Crawford, R, Marks, B, Albright, G, Hopkins, R, Weiner, R, Nickell, C, Gates, K, Garverick, P, Ruth, S, May, F, Court, C, Messenger, P, Anderson, J, Attebery, E. McE1hatten. ROW FOUR: David Hershner, R, Tischer, L. Huguenin, D. Clements, J. Kirtland, K, Giller. Q P92 'HGER BAND r PEP BAND I NN 9 so 1. g 0 sf' L' "Y ofL'o'::'i W Ilvgqpg 4.3. .'lff fxn. 'V' 4 9. ' .l " fr, L. ..:,o:,'s it Qi? e , . , S 0: 13,53 'e., ec' 319 K, 'va 11 ' W fwra b?"'.fs ' Fifa- ' I , f 0 , '. 'A Q u.. .".. ,, ' , F ,IU M' LS , .f' gm 'Wg l FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Mayer, Martha Elder, Patty Ellis. SECOND ROW: Charles Messenger, Fred Court, Larry Newell, Flora Hurlow. THIRD ROW: Jo Weber, Larry Kline, Barbara Carter, Bill Crawford, Jim Lewis. FOURTH ROW: John Heitzman, Richard Tischer, Richard Weiner, Jim Kirtland, Karl Giller, Jim Moser, K 8. B SOHIO FLICK 8. BOLLERER H2 East Street LUMBER CO. GALION CARPET 8. LINOLEUM FINANCE SYSTEM AGENCY H4 Harding Way East Public Square BOYS' GLEE CLUB . 'SV S C i Pictured above are the I2 members of the Boy's Glee Club along with the director Mr. Herbert Krichbaum and accompanist Jo Weber. The members are: lST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Daniel Nichols, David Campbell, Ed Gray and Charles Schultz, ZND ROW, Paul Hunt, Bob Fulton, Jack Debolt and Tom Davis, 3RD ROW, Jo Weber, Tom Auld, Pete Haas, Tom Ginder, Alan Finical, and Mr. Krichbaum. clu The group has participated in the Christmas programs and also before a local businessmen's b. The club went to the district contest where they received a rating of excellent or two. This page and portion of covers sponsored by GALION IRON WORKS 59 SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST SEATED IN FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Clarice Engel, Barbara Clayton, Sandra Rosen, Juanita Cress, Mary Lou Amos, Joan Eise, Carol Brush, Judy Ebel, Carol Kruger, SECOND ROW, SEATED: Ruth Ann Beyer, Jo Weber, Kathleen Kehrer, Virginia Decker, Bev Spears, Allen Finical, Jack Debolt, Ronnie Beam, STANDING: Dave Hunter, Ed Kruger, Kem Rose, Jerry Trapp, Jim Connolly, Ed McElhatten, Jim Wilder, Fred Meeker, Jim Laughbaum, Walter Huggins, Jerry Neff. NOT PICTURED: Jim Curren, Marilyn Roop, Charles Walker. The leading characters were Jim Curren as Abe Lincoln and Clarice Engel as Mary qToddj Lincoln, xi at left are Miss Sayre, Virginia Decker, and Donald Thoman. Prompters at right are Nancy Foote, Pat Tucker, and Ruth Ann Maple. I - no Director and assistants Q I, 1 A 'S - -. 1 Compliments of L. H. TUPPS ALPAG ORA COATS HARDWOOD LUMBER Strofbury Mfg. Co. Phone 2-5981 Golion, Ohio Gciiion, Ohio J.C. PENNEY CO. "Always First Quality A DATE WITH THE PROF JUNIOR CLASS PLAYS CUPID ON THE LOOSE ATED: Julie Stadfeld, Mary Noel Kelly, Linda Boyd, Katherine shom, STANDING: Evelyn Walker, Joy Yochem, Pat Eldred. WAY WAY DOWN EAST lr!-hi Dj I' SEATED: Alan Resor, Katherine Smella, Ida Waldo, Judy Attebery Steven Eusey. S HA KESPEAREN TOUCH ZATIZD: Susan llale, Susan Post, Nancy Althouse, STANDING: e Zeller, lim Friar, Mike Callahan, Charles llubhard, Larry ugucniu, Tom Pace, SEATED: Judy Hoostal, Hazel Brovont, Judy Schneglesberger, Kay Weaver, Iunita Black. STANDING: Larry Christman, Bill Brooke, Lawrence McAdams, Jinx Meyers, Robert Rivers, Terry Fehr, Tom Davis, NOT PICTURED: Pam Patterson. Fa- ffs . 2 1 5:2 fy - ,. . M , 5 I , 'E ' f EQ!" M4 ,V . .. g N ful: ' bf ga? 5 ihsig , if A Y SK 1 3- Rf ay . '1J 1W . ' 5 4 . W kg 1 wh it 5 L ORETTES Mnch of thc good showmanship demonstrated by the band this year has been sparked by these six lovelies. LEFT TO RIGHT: Judy Sc-lriwgclslwrgcr, Maxine Ott, Roberta Baird, Jo Weber, Kay Kunkel, and Head Majorette Kathleen Kehrer. , . i HEERLEADERS ff Y Ea- -, K X -A Q . tlalion High had the good fortune to he blessed this year with n set of the peppiest cheerleaders thc fi,ll,S,ffl1eCi'ilig section with constant pep, whether we won, or whether we lost, To them K imaginable. These "live wires" led we owe a vote of "Thanks, " FRONT Row, X1ARml'Y: Ilarhara Clayton, L hris Bevan, Marcia Bevan, and Nancy Althouse, BACK ROW, J-V's: Marty Switzer, Marty llovt-r, and Sandy Ilalhcrt, 'OUEfQlfRf?5lVELRY REsn's TAKE-AWAY BILL MacADAM n at K nano -hes-lii'in10Ii11S'JCWC1f PARTY STORE THE MEN'S SHOP Cameras--Cosmetics ' 1 y 228 H, W, E, Phone 2-5651 222 H. W,E, Galion, Ohio nnpletu Repair Service GALION CABINET SHOP Fine vahinets and millwork East and Charles Street Galion, Ohio 'IZNNY-l.A'YTON-HAP CITH-IS SERVICE 1226 Harding Way East and lass FRANK HARDWARE COMPANY Hardware, paints, oil, S 135 Harding Way East MANS! llfl,ll BlT.Xi'TY t.Ul,l.ELiE Training? and Cuinplt-to vnixrsvs ii beauty culture. Vrec information on request. 'ln l'2 N, Diarnond Phone Z-61156 Owner--Isabel Baker THE CHORAL BELLES LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Accompenisty, Carol Mountz. ,ROW TWQ:Vfiltos, Paula Anderson and Jo Weber. IKJW THREE: Sopranos, Sally Rausch and Janet Sautterp and Mezzo-Sopranosj Anti Bos1er'a.nd'CaroI Brush. The Choral Belles is the senior ensemble of Galion High School. This was the group's third year of singing. y In the past three years, these girls have sung 'For many clubs, organizations, and school functions and they have become extremely popular, During the summer of l956, they sang for radio station WMRN' - 1 . ,-- , sf z 3 I ' I In district competition, the group rose from a ratingiofilll inT956 to a ll rating in l957. They re- ceived a rating of Very Good UTD in state contest at Bowling Green on April T6, T957. The group has shown its proficiency in all types 'af music -H scared, classical, and popular. It has I sparked the choir concerts with its novelty numbers, unusual in musical arrangement, style of presen- tation, and type of dress. M During their senior year, these girls practiced regularly every Wednesday at noon. They also had many extra practices to prepare for special appearances. This sextet made its final appearance in the Commencement exercises of its class, when it sang the traditional "You'll Never Walk Alone". The girls will not perform again together until the first reunion of their class. 66 The Four Jacks were our ever popular boys quartet T h e Jim and Fred were seniors, and Ed and Roger were i F 0 U r J U C k S juniors. These boys appeared in the Christmas Concert last December. They did a very good job with classical and pop tunes, but they did their best singing with spirituals. The boys handled this music with a very fine style, and they became extremely popular for this reason. ln l956, the quartet, which was then com- posed of the two seniors and Joe Everly and Val Young of the class of '56, received a rating of lll in district contest. This year's group received a rating of l Guperiorl. However, it was un- able to attend state contest. Next year the quartet will have three new voices, because Ed Gray is the only one returning. We hope that Mr. Krichbaum will be able to select a group that will sing as well and be as successful as the Four Jacks of '57 Wefe . LEFT TO RIGHT: Baritone, Jim Kirtland: Second Tenor, Fred Meeker: and Bass, Ed Gray, NOT PICTURED: First Tenor, Roger Ralston. This sextet was chosen by Mr. T Krichbaum to represent the as T h e Class of Each of these girls sang withithe Freshman Girl 's Ensemble QH956. g g g T, T R R They have a modern, rock 'n' roll style that has made T . them very popular with both adult and youth groups. They 1 have sung Foriwomen'siclubs, church groups, and service T clubs, and at various school functions. ,Near the end. of the school year, they Ionettessbegan to sing with the Tiger Trio Plus l . These two groups is ng for radio station WMRN, on the Saturday morn- ng program and at the record hops. They also appeared on WTVN-TV on ','Gene's Canteen". l T On March 9, the girls participated in district q contest and received a rating of Excellent UD. These girls have worked hard, and we are R very proud of them . We hope their next two years will be as successful as their sophomore year was. LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Manager, Mary Ann Muth and accompanist, Carol Kightlinger, ROW TWO: Sopranos. Sandra Pickering and Cheri Kirtland: Mezzo- Sopranos, Chrissie Nicholls and Carol Balliettg and Altos, Jayne Weber and Jeanette Clark. 1 H' lkh. The Twilighters Top to bottom: mezzo-soprano, Juanita Cressp alto, Marilyn .Rfldpf and accompanist, Kay Kunkel. Soprano Beverly Spears is not pictured. This group is the tirsfgirfle' trio G. H. S. in four years. They were organ- ized just at the beginning of the school year, but they progresseditveryerbipldly during the short time that they worked together' - i , , . . . They appeared atboth choir ijil concerts iit and at the G.A.A. Christmas formal, and they have performed ,for ,church groups, They also sang for o radio program from tiiiiii 'C iiiiii it WMRN . Mr. Krichbaum superviseslstljgeiryg .5 practices, which were during the noon hour each Friday. I.lZlfT TO RIGHT: Sopranos, Nancy Palmer and Susan Nyeg Mezzo- Sopranos, limi Ellis and Llssa Andersong and Altos, fxlary Jo llrown and Carol Foster, The racwornpunist is Karen lirnst, Portion of Covers donated by HERCULES GALION PRODUCTS, INC. e Melodeurs This sextet was also organized at the beginning of this school year. These girls are sophomores, and three of their members sang in the Freshman Girls' Ensemble of 1956. During the year, they sang for both choir concerts, for various women's clubs, and for church groups. They practiced at noon each Thursday under the supervision of Mr. Krichbaum, who arranged much of their music. i Sw Sophomore 'li 3 F' L' if X 759- ' QS .' U ni. , 3, , gf .Iv L. If T . fu' - . ' C it in 'ff' ini! . Q al 1 " 53 we 4 Z 3 Af ...4 9 It ei. A .ve VM 1 ' fr L-445 ' ang Q g 2 is- lii 'Q'-.54 . A f 5, ,.,:1. A '-'1, , B me fe i , Q5 f 'TPR' -.Le we . 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CI , i USS if-.Q sri? , E Lissa Anderson Lloyd Anderson Tom Auld Keith Baker Janice Baldinger Carol Balliett Donna Bateman Bob Bianchi I im Blosser Dorothy Bonen lean Boggs Russell Breinich Mary Jo Brown Bill Bryant Dave Campbell Jeff Campbell Jeanette Clark Dean Clements Bob Cole Pauline Corwin Fred Court Jim Cox Marilyn Crager Hollis Cress Jerry Cross Jack Cunningham Gloria Danner Beverly Deisler Betty Dyer Ioan Eater Nancy Eckert Martha Edler Caroline Eichhom Patty Ellis Karen Emst Ruth Esquivel Beverly Fadely Jean Farina Mary Ann Findley Martin Fleiner Patty Foote Carol Foster Joe Franco Bob Fulton Patty Gallant Paul Gaukel Tom Ginder Garland Gledhill Clare Goshom Ron Grimes Barbara Haas Pete Haas Gerry Hackworth Tommie Hagy Sandra Halbert Darlene Harper Janet Harris Lewis Hearn Eddie Heiby Loretta lieimlich John Heitzman Clarence Heminger Dick Henry Gordon Hensley Daniel Hershner David Hershner Allen Hickok Maynard Holt Bill Holtzwarth lean Hoostal Sordon Hopkins Christa Homavius Marty Hover lich Hubbard Audrey Huggins Sally Huggins Paul Hunt Flora Hurlow Ray Jackson Elizabeth Jansson Nancy James Jeverly Jewell Tom Johnson 3etty Johnston vlarjorie Johnston 'im Jones Darlene Jones Sherry Kent Zarol Kightlinger Bob Kintz Sherry Kirtland llta Kohls fred Kruger Jonnie Larkins vlarjorie Lauer Pom Lauer ,arty Laughbaurn -lelen Lillo Suellen hooker truce McDougal Sharon McCracken till MacAdam Dick Mackey Donald Mains I-4. dbh' .ag 'Y' . . . so SM K K if Y 111' K K Q.-5. N I ' me J nf -- x ,u . 4 -3 1 o , 1. 'W' W fy WAN L ff: d 5 I .4 ' ' F as ., NX kkww ,.-rw J' 36 f Sophomore if pr J Ji, J J rw i , G ,ar , X , J I 'wi W i ' A '12, J , ci? ax 33 rv, i 'Y' A is P '. ,V J , af! -P- J gil., 1 4 . ' X rr, 0 ,G -- fr . f P, iff fra: '1 V rg' Cl USS QA aagfm are N L -. . an -1' 1 I 4 -.os , fs Q A 2 f e Qi' wi .fi a ,, 4 fi' I? K ,S L I Q.-1 W 'U' ,,., - 1 ,J ix , up-v I , 13 ,J 3 S Q? -4' JWL .,..'- Q Y , X? 9 , - . 'J' if Q W Q J . .Q aa '-' 1 gym' S i E : no ,,-, ,. , J 4 . . i y i 7 J ' a.L ' 5 f I wx . .f lah - ' X 'P I lt. QL- I XTR : rf ago X Q , , , ..:. , A w3...g4n Sophomore j if ei,-A ' 1 i it 5' kf,' K - 'o-X, i-- . , S X Q , r V 7-7 6,-1: as ,r gg , P 1 y s A if YV V kk Q xxx --:-' , ,pi K K 9- a n yr 'E' 'Q f. o o i S e ' or Q X, gwl AXK A V f, : 2 fs Q ooL -rs X ' .,, ,. lfqvn ,. V .J XV Y Ah I ... V, - . .. re f I f K i , , fi . - , 5 W ', . Sig , X ' ii K ' ,x Xe' ' 1 ., Sf- X": ,, IM' if H . . it . 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Neuman Pat A, Neumann Larry Newell Linda Newhouse Chrissy Nicholls Dan Nichols Susan Nye Nancy Palmer Kathy Pensinger Donald Pfeifer Sandra Pickering Shirley Pierce Patty Poland JoAnn Price David Probst Bob Reed Darrell Reid Everett Resh Richard Roelle Sandra Roston Margaret Roush Barbara Ruehle Richard Sargel Bob Schleenhaker Margaret Schnelker David Schreck Mary Seckel Donald See Richard Sharrock Larry Shifley Peggy Shindledecker Melanie Shumakcr Charles Schultz Mary Anna Simon Karl Smith John Snyder Linda Snyder Sharon Snyder Mike Stadfeld Roberta Sutton Marty Switzer Sandra Thoman Fred Tischer Richard Tischer Julian Trosper Carol Valentine Jim Vaughan Ronnie Ward Susan Warfel Jane Weber Patty Wells Donald Wilcox Margaret Wildenthaler Mary Wocgerd Jim Wright Suzie Wright I im Young Jody Young Larry Young George Zachman Nancy Roberts NQT PICTURED George Bonen James Bowlby Grace Garverick Charles Gordon Kenneth Harris Tom Huston Homer Johnson Betty Kuxtzman Bob Marks Jeff Seevers Nelson Watson David Zaebst WLS TI Y L Piqua 1 L 'tg ..,, .. l ' ' G ' " ' ' ' y ,r .:- ,111 1' ff L, . ,J L, I ,- Lgggpeml Af X, i ,W , A 5 A g,,,V,. .M,i,,LV. I - - if i ,aaa if age asm' on ,' X I' l 73g Chss Sophomore t ,ff .. U fnjwff ww H avaflm 1 'EF WM 'iv uw , , ,N ,N , E . 1 Above: JOAN EISE " Q, J Above: NANCY FOOTE A , - rzerow: TED and 59.0 +-11 NED NEELY 37 v ,wwxg V . . f -"" N Q. l I '14 5' A s A fqgs, ' -. fu- Y- H .f ,kr -al gf Y, ,, f w ,,. IAROL MOUNTZ. CLOCKWISE, BEGINNING AT LOWER LEFT: Phil Yoclrerrr, Jim DeibigfHIIJDENj, Ed Kruger, Carole Kruger, Fred Kruger, Bob Page, Io Weber, Jayne Weber, Jim Myers, and Joy Yochem, STANDING: Betty and Fred Kruger, .G 5 5 .4 , ,rs . Above: ROBERTA BAIRID Below: ROBERTA BISHOP 1' E SU'-fn we 1 Q- 1' A sf' . , , .4 4,6 'wwf '- M Above: KATHLEEN KEHRER 74 r"'f"' F Q 'Q 5 if D 'Y Left: JUDY CASS Below: JO WEBER X 9 ,M .K . i . X xx Af K ww NAnoNAL HONOR socunv xW 'I : 4 dl 1 Being a member of the National Honor Society is the 2 S highest award that a student can receive during his years in high school. The award is given on the basis of v A scholarship la "B" average being requiredl, leadership, citizenship, and service. Each year five percent of the Juniors and fifteen percent of the Seniors who are eli- gible for the award are chosen by a committee composed of members of the faculty. FIRST ROW: Kurtz Robinson, Jo Weber, Kay Kunkel, Kathleen FIRST ROW: Barbara Cunningham, Judy Atterbury, Joy Yochem, Kehrer, SECOND ROW: Jim Kirtland, Dave Hunter, Ned Neely, SECOND ROW: Jim Friar, Joe Nussbaum, Tom Unckrich, Ted Neely, YJ' al ix ,gk FIRST ROW: Paula Anderson, Ronnie Beam, Ruth Ann Beyer, Ann Bosler, Judy Cass, Virginia Decker, SECOND ROW: Dan Derfler, Jill Ferguson, Nancy Foote, Ed Kruger, Ruth Ann Maple, Carol Mountz, THIRD ROW: Jerry Neff, Sue Sheely, Pat Tucker. 76 N 't K ii SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TESTS Galion students did very well in the Senior Scholarship tests, placing ten of their number in the upper 2596 of the state. This group includes: Claudia Jo Weber, ,215 outxofdg possible score of 300, David Hunter, Beyer and David smirh,rl88,g Por Netilihleely, 176, Jill Ferguson, Kehrer and Kurtz Robinson, T695 andswilililium Breese, 165. Jo Weber placed in the upper 596 of the state, W Op me We Proud of ,h TEN IN COUNT Ced in . ese Two - Y me S, The fu-,gg ten , 88171013 who enior Sch ln the C ' jef 0131-sh' Ount ' I it was eighth A IP tests, Dave m 0 WCber's 2 with 3 Score lumef. 15 Placed . Of 195, and film-1, was fifteenth among the girlsl-ittii the Bowling Green State University District, and was third in Crawford County. Dave Hunter placed in the upper TOCX: Of the state and in the upper TOCA-, of the district, and was eighth in the county. Ruth Ann Beyer and Dave Smith placed in the upper lO0!o ofthe district. Other seniors who took the tests were: Roger Allen, Mary Lou Amos, Roberto Baird, Ronald Beam, Ann Bosler, Judy Cass, Bill Crawford, Jack Debolt, Virginia Decker, Lloydfichhorn, lris Glasener, Kay Kunkel, Ed Kruger, William Martin, Fred Meeker, Carol Mountz, Ted Neely, Jerome Neff, Wilbur Ritzhaupt, Sue Ann Sheely, Barbara Sherer, and Donald Thoman. The tests, which were administered on Janu- ary l8, l957, by Mr. Daly and Miss Sayre, con- sisted of five parts --- English, mathematics, gsg. o:,,.o, science, social studies, and reading and HONORABLE MENTION These seniors placed in the upper 25'7u of the state. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ned Neely, Pat Tucker Ruth Ann Beyer, Kurtz Robinson, Bill Breese, and Kathleen Kelirer, INSET: Iill Ferguson, NOT PICTURED: David Smith. SCHOLARSHIP TEAM The following students received recognition in the Preliminary District State Scholarship Test held in Gallon. They are as follows: Elizabeth Janson, Karen Ernst, Latin II, Joe Zeller, Terry Fehr, Spanish I, Ruth Ann Beyer, Jo Weber, English XII, James Friar, Lawerence MacAdam, Physics, Patricia Tucker, Marilyn Walter, Bookkeeping, Donald Mains, Bill MacAdams, Biology, Sherrt Kent, Marty Hover, World History, Jean Farina, Jean Boggs, Plane Geo- metry, Alan Resor, Sandy Albright, English Xl, and Dave Smith, Chemistry. ln the State of Ohio Sandra Albright, and Alan Resor placed I6th and 9th respectively. Elizabeth Janson placed 2nd in Latin ll. RIGHT: Student Council President Ned Neely QEXTREME RIGHT9 presents state award certificates to QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Elizabeth Jansson, Sandra Albright, and Alan Resor. Ne.. "' ...f' . LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW ONE: Beyer, Weber, Fehr, Friar, Albright, Gray, Tucker, Hover. ROW TWO: Emst, Jansson, Zeller Mains, B. MacAdam, Resor, L, MacAdam, Smith, Christman, Farina, Walter, Boggs, Kent, THE GALION TRANSFER CO. North East St. Galion, Ohio Phone 2-8l0l HOPKIN'S MUSIC STORE MALOY'S BAKERY SWANK'S MARATHON We r, ft' XV f x s O O 0 S i... s s 'lg .sv Ohio History Test ln October of 1956 Sandy Albright, competing with I5 classmates, placed first in the county in a Ohio History and Government Test given to 7, 500 students in the state. On November I6 and l7 she was the guest of Ohio Universi- ity at Athens, Ohio. In the examination she received honor- able mention in the state. After completing the test she enioyed a varied program at the College which included the Ohio Uni- versity-Marshall football game. 3 Heiser Award The Heiser Award, which is presented to the Senior with the highest scholastic averdge, was awarded to Claudia Jo Weber. Claudia Jo, who has maintained a 4 point average fall A'sJ throughout High School, was presented the Heiser Award at Commencement exercises on Moy 24, 1957. B. G. Heiser presented the plaque to the High School in order to promote interest in high academic work. During the past few years the names have been omitted from the plaque because of lack of funds but it is now being brought up to date. . Wil. ' 1 T CEMCO AWARD CONGRATULATIONS DAVEI The 1957 recipient of the Cemco scholarship was Dave Hunter. He is seen on the right shak- ing hands with Mr. Treherne following the announcement of the winner. The scholarship includes a four-year full tu- ition to the University of Illinois. Dave was selected on the following requirements: Scholar- ship, character, leadership, athletic ability and general college fitness. He was chosen by a five- member faculty committee. Dave has attended Galion Senior High School for the past two years. His freshman year was spent at Okinawa and his sophomore year at San Salvador, El Salvador. While at G. H.S. Dave participated in base- ball and basketball, in which he received the foul shooting trophy. He has served as a vice- president of the senior class and also has been a member of the Student Council. ln the senior scholarship tests he received honorable mention in the district and placed eighth in the county. He has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years. LEFT TO RIGHT: Lloyd Williams, Carol Mountz, Ted Neely, Io Weber, and Ned Neely, The seniors pictured above are receiving their checks as winners of the annual Elks Leadership Contest. This year's first place winner for outstanding leadership was Carol Mountz, The combination of the Neely twins and Jo Weber tied for second. ,..- -1- ,eq 5 A i ' 1 1 . .N M A. Q u' FM? , 31 .g ig x w, l ' ,,'- 2 - 'Th' , Wm mb ,:t:. 44 i M33 Wi? if f My W P 1 -s xx gl my msibis .. my -. Q. A 'f sk Q QQ X X ,Q ,1-u, X SENIOR ACTIVITIES Anybody seen George? Dxg those Pepsodent smiles! His excellency, the Govemor, confronted by the mob, ' -I sgr:gqsr:',z ' Hep ,. A11 for 2, eel y AOXXI was 'I A V35-Z ate vang I A HW' . 5- k B0 evo I-m all shook UPI But there's only 4 aces! A study of still life. Watching the "Old Master" Poker- face" School was never like this! 4 i Amen AWARTS C The Pro Arte Award is presented annually to two outstanding musicians in the junior class, one in instrumental and one in vocal. The recipients of this award spend one week early in June at the Philhamronic Camp on Lake Leesville near New Philadelphia, Ohio, The camp is sponsored by the Federation of Music Clubs of Ohio, and the awards are presented by the Pro Arte Club of Gallon. The winners, who were chosen by the G,l-l,S, music department, were: Barbara Cunningham, right, bandg and Katherine Goshom, choir. ui-ii. sis. .ZAA i X, ,CW The Kiwanis Club annually awards sismbsshirssl its Misa Fsfsldafisnsse tbfthe butstanding"musit:ians Qin the , T senior class, Each award consists of a medal and a pin and is presented on the beasts iotimusiearzsssisittfsiy setii.51arsiiiipi.s cowperationl personal habits. and leadership. TUQFUSQQ W'F?22e'i!ie'e,v memiiikzxsiiats xii wsisisr,tzsicussfss1 eiss l instruments Robert5Nickell,'biandi1 A instrumentg and Janet Sautter, vocal. lcss presented the: awards, s:,i PRO ARTE AWARD eww - se ,X . ,., M si. wa ,ww Lim at 1" ........---1 2. ' -as -it ,, ,L my .r X Barbara Sherer M2220-X soprano was the only G H S soloist to receive a I, or Superior rating in C district contest this year She also participated in state contest where she received a rating of Very Good QIIIJ. Barbara also sang solos in the Spring Concert and in the Commencement exercises Galion was well represented at Philharmonic Camp by the presence of ten students. Every member of the Tonettes was able to attend This year, the camp period was June 2-8. In addition to the two Pro Arte Award winners, the following eig girls also went to camp QLEFT TO RIGHTJ: Sandra Pickering, Io Weber, Cheri and Priscilla Kirtland, Jayne Weber Jeanette Clark, Carol Balliett and Chrissie Nicholls. I 3 as X s ,....-as-0-1' 5 'fi l .. sz -- -sf , I I 9 hr V 1 . GIRLS' ir STATE W' LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathleen Kelarer, Sue Sheely faltematey, Carol Mountz. --N. y C The T956 Girls' State took place on . the campus of Capitol University June X T T6 to June 23. 3 Xl - g Much time was spent at lectures on mfs' Qi' - governmental procedures. Mock pri- isrrs , mary and regular elections in city, D county, and state kept the girls busy. V ' T ' , The highlight of the week was a 6 ,,,A M conducted tour through state Institutions T around Columbus. Kathleen Kehrer served as secretary to the sheriff and Carol Mountz held the office of clerk for the county com- missioners. Being an alternate Sue Sheely did not attend. The girls were sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. BOYS' srArE - LEFT TO RIGHT: Kurtz lbbinson, Ted Neely, Ned Neely, and Jim Kirtland. NOT PICTURED: Fred Meeker., . Camp Perry near Port Clinton was the site for the T956 Boys' State June 6 to June l6. T - They established a model govern- ment similar to the one at Girls' State. A talk on his experiences in lndo Chino by Dr. Dooly wasthe boys' se- y Iection of the outstanding event of the secession. During the week, the camp was hit by a storm, causing the Boys' State Governor to declare part of the camp a "disaster area". The boys held various offices in their respective cities. Fred Meeker and Kurtz Robinson were elected mayors. f A Jim Kirtland received the office of health commissioner and Ned Neely was city engineer. Ted Neely held the state office of representative. The boys' expenses were paid by the L American Legion. Nsdl PORKY'S DRIVE-IN THE GLOBE CLOTHING STORE G 8. G DECORATING CENTER 640 East Church Sf. Galion, Ohio Congratulations Graduates vi 5 .Q A ' ' A Viiifff k ' SWS T956 FOOTBALL SQUAD Q IYLS T , sfffffi f - .is ff S - a -A ' L 'r ' ig' , . . . ,s.11,.i--z 9- ,-, ,, , , k 1, , 'T-:sans ' 7ST sf. T , 'I K 2 " - f' iw RIGHT TO LEFT: Kurtz Robinson, Bill West, Ned Neely, Willie Eichhom, Tom Unkrich, Pete Kohls, Dick Johnston, SECOND ROW: Alan Resor, Jim Vaughn, Tom Newell, Joe Nussbaum. The fighting tigers ended their T956 season with 3 wins and 6 losses. This completed Mr. Kerin's fifth sea- son as head football coach. His reliable assistants were Mr. Dawson and Mr. Drodofsky. With this minus record the team finished out in 6th place in the N.O.L. ln a recap of some of the games, we find that they fared well against their opponents through out the sea- son. ln the Crestline game they stopped the Bulldogs on the 4 yard line to win T4-I3. After a muddy and wet 27-0 defeat by Bellevue the team won a one sided home game with Willard. Seven different lettermen contributed points for a 48-20 victory. Galion's explosion in the second half of the Upper Sandusky game was not enough to overcome Upper's winning score of T9-l2. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Galion, Ohio 86 'I S JACHES, AND MANAGERS TIME IQIE6 won Losr The Shelby game was the best game of the season when the tigers came very close to pulling an upset over Shelby's undefeated record. This was the closest Galion has come to defeating the Whippets for quite some time. The team played an outstanding defensive performance, losing the game 26-21 . Recovering from the Shelby game the team did not do so well against Bucyrus, as they routed us 41-0. After a close 7-12 win by Tiffin the team lost their next game with Norwalk 6-7. The 'I956 Homecoming game was played on Saturday afternoon with Ashland. The season ended with a Homecoming Victory of 7-6. ERNIFS TAVERN -Compliments of the Good Food TUXEDO FEED STORE A and B CARRY our A'QQ3jlffjQijjQfL2fB Phone 3-1133 RITCHEYREOOD BANKd P ' F F Lion FARM SERVICE LOWEZQEEESSGRY ISLAND MAR KET 'oiffiiffvicio 15121220 S Ice-Coal Galion, Ohio SENIOR LETTERMEN ?s Qi 1 K ,L L- sq - 4 .X Qs, J , , ir . , K. LEFT TO RIGHT: Ned Neely, Dave Lauer, Carl Ross, Ted Neely, Tom Newell-Co-Captain, Pete Kohls, Bill West Fred Meeker, Lloyd Eichhom-Co-Captain, Ronald Ramsey, Kurtz Robinson. l 4 , 13, .' ARMEN STUDIOS THE OHIO OVERCOAT COMPANY JUNIOR AND SOPHOMORE LETTERMEN 9 D 4 , 1. 7 - , Dick Johnston Joe Nussbaum Tom Unckrich Merl Kleinknecbt - ,Q 'N 3, K , Bob Rose Bill Bryant Julian Trosper Jim Vaughn Nussbaum makes 7 Surrounded .M vs ' 5 ffl 89 Headed for a T.D. Goal To Goal Basketball Team's Season 'C fXx' fyyy 5 ff 39 sf Xxfxz X x Dave Hunter Dick Johnston .lim Wilder Jerry Stevens Carl Ross The T956-57 Basketball team complied with the law of averages by winning titty per cent and loosing fifty per cent of their games. They ended the season in third place in the Northern Ohio League. The games were all hard fought battles for the greater share of the games. Some of them were either won or lost by lust a few points. Others were very much lop-sided, sometimes in our favor and sometimes not. The team playecl some stiff competition this year. Included on some of their opponents' teams were several players who received All-Ohio recognition. THE CRAWFORD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. ecord Comes Out Even WON'LOST 3" Willie Rltzhaupt Bob McCoy Ronald Ramsey Dave Fortney Despite their tough opposition, the team set three new records. They shot a 35.5f!o from the floor for an all high average. They also connected from the free throw line for a 62.5Ck mark. Captain Dave Hunter re corded a 88.806 foul shooting high. As the season came to a close, we drew Mansfield Madison for our first game in the Marion tournament. This game was a very close one. Galion was leading 52-5l with two seconds left to go in the fourth quarter when a Madison player shot a long set shot which swished through the rim iust as the gun sounded. For Madison it was a perfect ending with a 53-52 victory. This game concluded Coach Jack Shuck's fifth and final season. Portion of Covers donated by THE PERFECTION STEEL BODY COMPANY Oalion, Ohio SENIORS Dave Hunter--Captain Willle Rltzhaupt Carl Ross Jim Wilder Ron Ramsey This year's Seniors provided us with many exciting thrills. However, there were a few casualties, such as: Willie bumped into a wall and broke his nose, Dave became interested in plantllfe, namely a Brush, Ron trampled a few of Rocky Wilder's iokes pretty badly, Carl became a redman for the evening of the Homecoming, when he, ln the line of duty, . crowned and kissed the Queen. All kidding aside, we tip our hats to this year's Seniors and their efforts in the l956-57 basketball season. The spirit of SCHEDULE these Seniors will serve as an ideal for future teams of Gallon Senior High School. Gallon 54 Shelby 8l Gallon 50 Mt. Gilead 37 Gallon 67 Madison 58 Gallon 75 Buc rus 54 Gallon 60 Ashlland 82 Gallon 72 Crestline l00 Gallon 72 Mt. Vernon lOl Gallon 60 Upper Sandusky 50 Gallon 56 Crestline 90 Gallon 69 Shelby 9l Gallon 5l Tiffin Columbian 85 Gallon 65 Marion St. Marys 64 Gallon 68 Norwalk 57 Gallon 86 Bucyrus 65 Gallon 74 Bellevue 54 Gallon 56 Marlon Harding 79 Gallon 83 Willard 62 Gallon 5l Madison 64 Marlon Tournament Gallon 52 Madison 53 BlB'N TUCKER JcStl'l Sl-EOE STORE 203 l-Zardlng Way East HARWDAGELEKRQDIQ ai TV Gallon's Better Shoe FEICK DAIRY ,EQLQPMEN Gallon, Ohio SG es 5 ervlce Store A'C' elc ALA'MS1,Qf,lggA'dCE MErz's BEAUTY si-lov K I . bt A I. and Rl'llNEl'lART'S CRAUN'S MARKET e Wm or pp 'ance Insurance Company Coal and Builders Supplies 40l S. Boston Sales C. Service . .K , K , .S J.V. SCHEDULE 11-30 We 32 Shelby 12-1 " 39 Mt. Gilead 12-4 " 44 Madison 12-7 " 43 Buc rus 12-14 " 40 Ashliand 12-18 " 52 Crestline 12-29 " 40 Mt. Vernon 1-4 " 38 U. Sandusky 1-8 " 70 Crestline 1-11 " 38 Shelby 1-18 " 49 Tiffin Col. 1-19 " 52 Sf. Mary's 1-25 " 44 Norwalk 2-1 " 47 Bucyrus 2-8 " 59 Bellevue 2-12 " 51 Marion Harding 2-15 " 57 Willard 2-19 " 67 Madison 'Nice One, Bob" 39 38 50 54 56 63 4v 47 61 69 70 47 40 51 48 47 56 62 ' ff was l .lump Ball' "sm wifh lf" "Looks Good, Willie" Q . k B ri eg, H . 4 7 . ,, W fs. ffl. g1',..,2'- H35 i in ' M . 7. 7. .. W., -, . -wt, ,fm , .. ,fra ,g.s,,5.,, f,ggw's1Q.:f. -5, " ' T7 - ,, s, X , . ,. . H C T 1 ' - s. Q ' N' e f H as . . N -.g3:. .5 4: , I M, wir V ' fm ' ssss s laws 5, 2 - r ,, A.. 5 Q 1 , 3. .,,M .- 2 5 13,1 Carol Brush was crowned 1956 Foot- get T ball Homecoming Queen by Captain Tom Newell at the dance in the high school gym on Saturday, November l0. The dance was sponsored by the "G" Club. L Queen Carol also reigned over the 5 it - '. homecoming game which was played Saturda afternoon. Our Tigers handed the Ashland Arrows a 7-6 defeat. The 5 queen and her court were presented in pre-game ceremonies, and were also V honored by the band in its half-time show. From a group of senior girls who were nominated by the Stngdent Council, the i student body selecte the members of the ' court. The football squad then chose its QUEEN CAROL BRUSH queen from its group of seven girls. The queen's attendants and their escorts were: Roberta Baird and Kurtz Robinson, Marilyn Corwin and Ted Neely, Joan Eise and Pete Kohls, Nancy Foote and Ned Neely, Carol Mountz and Fred Meeker, and Sally Rausch and Willie Eichhorn. The crown bearer, Susan Neely, was - , escorted by Gary Davis. S .pu- 9' 1' S 42 THE COURT, LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT: Joan Eise, Roberta Baird, and Nancy Foote, BACK: Marilyn Corwin, Carol Mountz, and Sally Rausch, The coronation of the T957 Basketball Homecoming Queen, Christina Bevan, was on Saturday, February 9. She was crowned by Captain Carl Ross at the dance, which was sponsored by the iunior class. Galion defeated the Bellevue Redmen 74-54 in the homecoming game played on Friday, February 8. The queen and her court were presented during the inter- mission of the reserve game. Queen Chris was the first to wear the jeweled crown, a gift to the school from Weber's Jewelry Store. From it's court of seven girls which was elected at the same time on the foot- ball court, the basketball squad selected its queen . The attendants and their escorts were: :ula Anderson and Jerry Stevens, Ann Bosler and David Hunter, Judy Cass and Ron Ramsey, Jrbara Clayton and Jim Wilder Marilyn Roop and Wilbur Ritzhaupt, and Barbara Sherer and ob McCoy Chris s cousin, Susan Rowan, who was the crown bearer, was escorted by her Qin. Quan. THE C OURT LLFT TU RICHT FRONT Barbara Shercr Marilyn Roop, and Paula Anderson, BACK: Judy Cass Barbara BASEBALL Opponents They G , H C' Upper Scinduslcy 0 5 Crestline 4 0 9 Marion Harding 9 0 " Bucyrus 2 4 Marion Harding l0 3 " Shelby 3 4 Mansfield 7 T0 ' Upper Sandusky I 2 " Bucyrus I 4 ' Willard l 2 9 Tournament Game " Denotes League Games L ,Ja f,. . ,. Safe or Out? Third baseman, Gene Grubaugh makes a play for Galion with pitcher Tom Newell looking on. Lf' QM --v',i'.'u.ff'xi' ffm 7!LlQ an-A -M SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Keith Baker, Jim Garverick, Paul Gaukel, Bill Fleiner, Bob Rose, Jim Wilder, Glenn Stanifer, Tom Unchrich, STANDING: Bill Bryant, Chuck Schultz, Gene Grubaugh, Julian Tnosper, Dave Hunter, Jerry Stevens, Tom Newell, Ron Ramsey, Kurtz Robinson, Bruce MacDouga1, BEL-AIR DEVELOPMENT COMPANY POWER EQUIPMENT , Custom Community COMPANY MARTY S TRANSFER Builders Developers . B .ww ,H ' " inf , K. L , A 5 - ' I ,V g E ' -wliaig TRACK Opponents G.H.S. Beliville Si Ontario Willard Mansfield Sophomores Norwalk 8- Marquanted Bucyrus Madison 8. Bucyrus Tiffin Marion St. Mary's 8. Madison Shelby N.O. L. Meet New Records Set: Blaine - Broad jump - 21 '3" - 100 yd. r 2nd Coach Drodofsky qlefty and managers Won Lost Bob Bianchi Qcenterj 2nd and Jim Myers frighty looking over the seasons records, Lost 2nd Lost y Won . , ig Lost : ' 4th Q. J' GK! 2, , az dash 10.2 sec. - 220 - 23.2 sec. Resh - discus 130'6"-2 lap Relay 0:30.11 Ross, Hunt, Probst, Blaine . ,Q-si 'XLIUN SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT: Paul Hunt, Bob Nickells, Jim Young, Larry Christrnan, Carl Smith, and Dick Hencye. SECOND ROW Greg Shawber, Tom Ginder, Tom Auld, Jim Blaine, and Dave Probst. STANDING: Wayne Willacker, Bob Cole, Bob McCoy, Wilbur Ritzhaupt, Alan Resor, Gary Harriger, Lawrence McAdam, and Everett Resh. GALION BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Southwest Corner of Public Square Compliments of A8.W DRIVE-IN Galivn. Ohio BUCYrus Rd. Patronage of our Compliments of Sponsiggigiiirfizlly E.W. MCHENRY STEWARTS ROOT BEER The Spy sfuff Sewer Cleaning Service DRIVE-IN Galion, Ohio GALIDN TIGER GOLF f , 'W 4 was Q :W -. F , ,sk Date April IO April I5 April I8 April 24 AprlI26 May 2 May 9 May I3 Points 3 I4 I5 IX2 I2 4 8 14172 3 3 f GALICJN TIGER Golf SCHEDULE Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Opponents Points Marion 5 Mt. Gilead 2 lMadison lf2 Shelby 4 Mt. Gilead 4 Shelby 8 Madison I T72 Mansfield I3 The Gallon Tiger Golf Team enjoyed one of lts best seasons while com- piling a record of four wins, two losses, and two ties. On May l8th the Tigers traveled to Lima, where they completed the season by shooting a 347 in the District Golf Meet. Mike Callahan led the Ilnksters with an average :F 85. Ed Kruger was next wlthlan 87, followed by Charles Gelvin at 92, and Joe Nussbaum at 93. The Fifth Ietterman for the Tigers was Dave Bowley who had an average score c 99. ii"k'lr'k'lr'!e'k'ki1I"lr'lrzl'stri'-k'ir-Ic:l--ki"A' 1Y'kiri'9c'kil"lr'l"lt9r'k'k'Ici"lr'Ic'k'Jc'lc'Ir'ir7l' Tiger Medal ist M. Callahan 46 M. Callahan 83 E. Kruger Sl M. Callahan 83 8- E. Kruger 83 E. Kruger 45 M. Callahan 79 E. Kruger 8I M. Callahan 84 VOLLEYBALL VARSITY Ontario H 41 -17 Ontario T 35-25 Crestline H 31-23 Mansfield H 28-40 Mansfield T 31-25 Crestline T 30-28 The Tigerettes completed the 1956 season with 5 wins and only one loss. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marcia Beven, Kathleen Kehrer, Marilyn Roop. Joanne Reece, Christina Beven, and Iris Glasner. STANDING: Ca1o1Mountz, Paula Anderson, Kay Thompson, Kay Kunkle, Io Weber, and Carol Kruger. JUNIOR VARSITY Ontario H 39-15 Ontario T 23-1 3 Crestline H 32-I 2 Mansfield H 24- 9 Mansfield T 26-28 Crestline T 24-1 2 The J.V.'s finished the 1956 season with only one loss. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Jane Scott, Jean Boggs, Jean LaForest, Connie Ventnone, and Nancy Althouse. STANDING: Ruth Ann Maple., Janice Yunker, Jane Weber, Judy Hoostel, and linda Boyd, Nancy Eckert is not pictured. DON BARNETT . Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning C0mpllments of our Waterbury Dealer We specialize in heating I 127 Wilson Ave. 2-4444 EAGLE S LODGE GALLON INSURANCE SERVICE WHITE DRY CLEANERS Don E. Keney GIRLS' BASKETBALL A TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL B TOURNAMENT The "Maple Surgers, " who were also tied for first place, STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Joan Eater, Jean Farina, Gerry in the league, are as follows from left to right: Kathleen Hackworth, and Pat Laughbaum, KNEELING: Marilyn Crager, Kehrer, Kay Kunkel, and Carol Mountz. Yvonne Harford, Nancy Eckert, Darlene Harper, and Nancy Palmer. Ruth Ann Maple, and Sally Rausch are Kneeling, Not Pictured: Sue Sheely and Sandy Rosen. Z PING- PONG SINGLES AND DOUBLES BOWLING HIGH AVERAGES WINNERS FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jean Boggs, Sophomore doublesg Receiving the highest average for their class Sandy Halbert, Sophomore singles and doubles, Paula Anderson, Sr. are Jane Weber, Sophomore, Joanne Reece, douhlesg Marilyn Roop, Sr, Singles and doubles: Kay Weaver, Jr, Junior: and looking on is Jo Weber, Senior, douhlesg Joanne Reece, Jr, singles, and Jane Scott, Jr, doubles, Compliments of GOODMAN'S FURNITURE STORE AMERICAN LEGION Gclion, Ohio ..,,.,, 1...-- ze S U6 NN? S ,W x gm 0, 5 64 ekp Chqi ' gsi- - .. 7, vom-mmm. 'si 596661 Sg1g4gj1e1g Swn iggwbsogwwiv. at ingiifwggwocsacvw-g Q01 A l Sung e, czgul 6 get a 9-Bef' 0, Y-9 uh o Swoo YOOX, SHOOT YAG , 'Lad QXacc awk ace , NXXSS Scwaqk ks CAXNNX? so :AX Xxcx WW ixcm Educ axxoxx 35505 , 101 gscaxevh XKoosxeX, Xsx QX CX N sax kan x X X QCXK Saxxcq Xxxdxi CKY BOYS' INTRAMURALS The Falcons, unbeaten intramural basketball champions, are: LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Neff, Dick Hoover, Cal Jackson, Tom Newell, and Ed Kruger. ABOVE: Winners of the ping-pong toumaments are as follows, LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Rose, Fred Kruger, and Dick Jourdan. LEFT: Compiling the highest averages in the bowling league are, LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Johnson, 142, Bob Rose, 143, and Don Wilcox, 151, Sponsor is Mr, Patterson. GIRLS' BASKETBALL l v sz ,., The Junior Varsity finished the season with only one Ioss. STANDING, from LEFT TO RIGHT: are as follows: Pauline Corwin, Linda CraII, Paula Anderson, Kay Thompson, Jeanette Clark, and Joanne Price. KNEELING, LEFT TO RIGHT: Nancy Eckert, Chrissey Nicholls, and Kathy Pensinger. The Varsity completed an undefeated season this year. The members are as follows from left to right: STANDING: Carol Mountz, Ruth Ann Maple, Kay Kunkel, Jo Weber, and Jane Weber, KNEELING: Joan Chandler, Kathleen Kehrer, Marily Roop, and Joanne Reece I " 1 ' SCHIEBE OL MOBI XQQEOLEACERQYJEQ ESOP TISHEEZ? EOVSKESHOP w.E. Lorr, INC. Sales gnd Qlfv,1wLE ' ' - Gallon, Ohm N HORTON PLJRE OIL. H E A, "LUCKY" ,O S. Market Galion, O, ATHLETIC AWARDS Football Basketball 1 fsseseart, PICTURED ABOVE ARE: Joe Nussbaum and Pete Kohls Bob McCoy, voted the most valuable player on the who received awards for the outstanding offensive and basketball team, Willie Ritzhaupt, who was named defensive player respectively. These trophies are best team man, and Dave Hunter, having the best donated each year by the Boosters Club or the two i A p foulahooting percentage, are pictured above accepting best players voted on by the entire football team, trophies dpnatedeby three ofiGa1ion's merchants, Girl Athlete of the Year Track PICTURED ABOVE, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: Jo Pictured above are Greg Shawber and Jim Blaine, Greg Weber, Carol Mountz, and Paula Anderson, Carol is received a medal for improving the most during track holding the trophy given tier by the G,A,A, Club for season and Jim received n trophy given by Wewr's the outstanding girl athlete of 1956-57, The two runner for being the most valuable member ofthe 1957 truck ups were Paula, second and Jo, third, 104 squad. L-A Ex wx Nixon We Q , ay' 1 ,Q 4. X iw 2,53 K , wk 'R ai 1715! JK' Bucculuureute X This year's Speaker for Baccalaureate Services was Rev, Horace This years two junior girl cadets were Joy Yochem I. 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