Garfield High School - Anim Yearbook (Hamilton, OH)

 - Class of 1960

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Advertising S t V' Sw KA U. 3 ,, ..-.. -, ...- 1'-Q 'Nt' . 45 v ,-,.,...1..---1'--" """' v , , , - , qv,--V 'lg' KQxl"'x'I:l Gg2 1- , .1 'S A W -2 -,ff ' '- J S F 1,1 3, Y f" I Q if ,V Ii 4 II I I-38 .,.,-,-,,-,,, .L- 'I 5' xiafwg if K ,xg an f f-N. Wi -45 -4 N X K SV X - Toasting in the new school year with chocolate and white milk are Jack Sehlhorst, Walt Davison, Neil Hiteshue, Jerry Thompson, Hershell Jones, and Ray Herman. Lunch period is one of the best enioyed times during the day to some people. BUT WE DIDN'T STAY STRANGERS LONG Record hops held in our new and beautiful cafeteria have become Pearl Guilliams and Jim Dodsworth share very popular this year. Here Le Etta Downey, Bruce Gaskins, a bouquet and a dance at the Garfield Sharon Marcum, and Chester Brewer are shown at the dance celebration victory dance. A bouquet was following the Garfield-Taft game. presented to all the Griffinite Court. .pw-1, x fu' 't 'S K fff g 5 f Right. Mr. Jones prepares to give out biology books during the first week. Miss Malone, his student teacher, was Miami's Home- coming Queen. Dwight Skipper, Sue Taggert, Betsy Stahl, Edna Stivers, and Linda Terry received their text books for the year. Left. ln Mrs. Munneke's foods class, future homemakers learn to prepare and label ielly. Left to right. Cheryl Smith, Mrs. Mun- neke, Jewell Gray, Mary Pendergast, Daisy Gray and .loeldeen Griffin. Below. Barbara Holt clears away the dishes for a group of Mid- dletown students during the spaghetti dinner held after the Hamilton Garfield-Middletown game. Nearly 2,000 tickets and hundreds of pounds of spaghetti were sold. .ns LEFT: Students in metal shop learn how to operate many different and intricate machines. Mr. Pressler is telling Charles Hooks how to operate the band saw while Don Long and Jim Adelsburger watch. BELOW: Making good use of our audio-visual aids, Mr. Ballinger traces the Mississippi River for the benefit of the class while Marilyn Brandel, Tom Brady, and Crystal Marcum look on. YOU CANNOT STAY STRANGERS WHEN WORKING TOGETHER f , 5 rms ...ne-w"'4'. E E lffvgym RIGHT: This year we have our own special disc jockey. Charlie Judd, originator of WGHS, Garfield's own radio station, spins records during lunch hour, much to the enioyment of the students. LEFT: like, this is the Beat- nik party, manl Mr. Ballinger recites some cool poetry at the Y.W.C.A. pad. All of the cool cats listening are Tom Knox, Fran Mara, Mary Spradling, Jo a n Drinkuth, Priscilla Johnson, Dee Se- Lander, Jim Dodsworth, Barb Holt, Sue Leihenseder, Mr. Ballinger, Cathy Cummins and Gary Corson COCPERATION, SPIRIT, AND VITALITY ARE SO IMPCJRTANT This is a scene at the Merry Mystic Ball one of the festive dances held for the students during the Christmas holidays kv At Hamilton High School traditions have been built by years of effort. The Big Blue must be put away and now, in our new Garifeld High School, traditions must be built anew for future generations of students. A good performance on the parallel bars can really stop the show in gym class. Here Jay Sroufe performs a head stand as Benny Lawson, Don Mills, and James Renfro act as spotters. THIS YEAR - FOR WE ARE BUILDING A NEW TRADITION... Volleyball intramurals promote inter- school sportsmanship. Here is the team from Homeroom 106 in action against Home- room 213 in the eliminations. .QW UK N-f-" -, fi'- c -I f ---agtgi 1, 8 I if X 'Q K . , fg 2 9 3735 V W? x W 1 I- , I. l QP.. Q, jjffj f I ,Q wi FQ-1. - . Lg A I fi W" M' A ,...-- ...- ,g,,....---- 'Si'- RIGHT: Christmas is on the way, so to celebrate students dress up the lost day before leaving for the Christmas vacation. Dick Blauvelt, Karen Tripell, Steven Seegers, ond Pat Barnickle pause to admire the Christmas tree between classes. LEFT: Winnie Hicks, Priscilla Johnson, Bruce Strickler and Mike Melius chat with Bob Braun at Garfielcl's first Record Hop. BELOW: Our Griffin Night Queen, Carol Carter, escorted by Ted Norris, arrives in style during the Griffin Night Parade. The Queen and her Court ride in 1960 convertibles instead of floats. s.. ,,-1. !""'3M ,A A- ss, y,,,M:.W aid' i W, ,.., .. TN fd' W ,af- nu 'Vis aw. www 4 A-M , .v 1, Q 'M'-+--. gd E M . PIY M WONDERFUL EQUIPMENT lld hg h fpf bkg il Dick Blauvelt, Tom Harr, and John Jonco confrol lighting from the Audio Visual Room. A as if CD5 , --TTT PLUS TALENT FOR A GREAT FIRST PERFORMANCE Purity Deon is being pesfered by the villain in Une school play "Pure is fhe Driven Snow." Purify is porirayed by Ellen Denning, while the villain, Mariimer Froihinghom. is played by Bob Beeler. vrvvwq Imogene Pickens, porfroyed by Janet Cooper, uhemph io ensnore Leander Longfellow info mofrimony. Leander, our slolwori hero was portrayed by Jack Barker. I 15 1 l 3 STUDENT COUNCIL-Row l: Bonnie Barot, Rita Judd, Betty Baker, Sandy Gabbard, Barbara Musch, Anita Cohen, Doris Ledford, Mary Eliason, Susanne Sines. Row 2: Connie Hughes, Pam Hubbard, Glenna Haven, Myra Hufford, Rosanne Woehdl, Gwen Pridgett, Linda Rose, Sharon Fisher, Evelyn Shepard, Connie Hall. Row 3: Bobbie Jean Mullens, Phyliss Brinegar, Liz Napier, Clar- ence Turner, Jan Steiger, Gary Lowe, Randy Wertz, Janet Cooper, Penny Bradley, Mary Prather. STUDENT COUNCIL MAJORS-Row 1: LeEtta Downey, Rosella Hubbard, Barbara Holt. Row 2: Joyce Whiteside, Carol Carter, Michele Zerr, Margie Turner. Row 3: Marilyn Brandel, Marilyn Brinkman, Diane Geis, Mildred Wells. RESPCNSIBILITY I THE KEYNOTE-HCNORS ARE THE REWARD SAFETY COUNCIL-Row 1: Becky Agee, Pearl Guilliams, Jackie Parker, Karen Cox, Sandy Wisecup, Nancy Whalen, Ellen Bunn, Carol Basham, Priscilla Smith, Pat Brotherton, Barbara Houghton. 91 Row 2: George Thompson, Andrew Moore, Franklin Harvey, Butch McNally, Nadean Smith, Lana Trester, Bill Farthing, Betsy Brown, Bonnie Dakin, Ann Owens, Winnie Hicks, Nancy Pot- ter, Mary Jane Robinson, John Arddell, Jerry Gordon, Tom Brady. E T , 39" -J, f N , , . 2 , : 3 , z 3 5 l ,'seR"Z3. , gf? 'Q i Q32 L ? 1 n M' me . - r 3 X fi' :Sf YT, ,V-. - f rx W :.f ....:. , 7 t I s HONOR SOCIETY-Row l: Judy Gray, Susanne Sines, Michele Peter Wolfinbarger. Row 2: Mrs. Williams, Bob Beeler, Richard Zerr, Carol Tipton, Sharon Korver, Albert Wagers, Nancy Potter, Hill, Denton Selander, John Lalreman, James Davis, Mrs. Davis The Student Council collects the money for school activities. Safety'Council, which is responsible for safety conditions in the building and on the parking lot, checks car permits and supervises fire drills. This year the Honor Society started with six mem- bers, and the Quill and Scroll with a single Senior member. Never before in Hamilton's scholastic his- tory has a club grown so quickly! Both clubs spon- sored banquets in the spring which were well-attend- ed by local and out of town guests. if QUlLl. AND SCROLL-Row l: Carol Tipton, Pauline Rednour. Row 2: John Janco, Sharon Kor- ver, Susanne Sines, Sue Armen- trout, Anita Cohen, Michele Zerr, Dennis Whitman. Row 3: Archie Johnson, Ruth Yealxle, Shirley Davis, Diane Geis. fn Two new publications recorded the thrills and problems of Gartield's first year. Every- thing from tlies to furniture and space to spirit was covered by the Gazette. Both the Gazette and the ANIM, which is the Gartield yearbook, were named by the student body and-both publications have received fine student support and interest. Members ot the Quill and Scroll honorary society were chosen trorn these two groups. Cooperation has been the keynote for both staffs. Together they sponsored a Mardi Gras dance in March and a spring publica- tions banquet. Enjoying the fried chicken at the Quill and Scroll banquet, are Shirley Davis, Dennis Wittman, John Janco, Archie Johnson, Anita Cohen, Ruth Yeakle, Mrs, Barbara Lakes, and Mr. Carl Tipton. NEWSPAPER- ROW 1: Dennis Wittman, Mary Ellen Chain, Bar- bara Byrd, Anita Cohen, Michele Zerr, Carol Tipton, Editor-in- Chief, Winnie Hicks, Pauline Rednour, Susanne Sines, Ruth Yaekel . . . ROW 2: Joyce Whiteside, Mary Jane Patton, Sandy Wisecup, Sue Armentrout, Madelon Rosensweig, Karen Zoller, Judy N' -me WWW: P' r 3 3 '--. X IN gms- W,-.zui-N-..+l I-s i -4, ........a 092 , , -..., its ,. 1 . 0 ,pm o 5 S Wf- YEARBOOK-SEATED: Diane Smith, Priscilla Johnson, Sharon STANDING: Sandy Johnson, Linda Massie, Mary Eliason, Kay Korver, Ediior-in-Chief, Archie Johnson, Nancy Hawley . . Madden, Mary Jane Patton, Mike Milius. NEW SCHOOL, NEW HAPPENINGS, NEW PUBLICATIONS , Til ,195 1 pf' ' lI9l D Q . YEARBOOK - SEATED: Marilyn Pridgetl, Jim Kaiser, Tom Stone, Jane Gaspar, Diane Geis . . . STANDING: Tim Conn, Sue Lick- liter, Linda Eicher, Carol Leeds, Shirley Davis. CO-OP-SEATED: Carolyn Corwin Francis Horton Peggy Law Penwell Jo Muncey Sandra lewis Peggy Richardson Loretta son, Janice Conner, Dons Wagner Carol Flynn Dorcas Caldwell Burge Juannfa Dawson Bobbie Johnson Wnlberia Johnson Wilma Phillips, Carol Tussey Dorothy McWhorter Pauletie Donna Root LeDale Wes? Janet Mays Samples, Betty Smiih STANDING Karen Cook Rita HISTORY CLUB COUNClL-ROW 1: l.eEf1a Downey, Connie King, Sue Leihenseder, Susie Brown, Sharon Korver, Sharon Marcum . . . ROW 2: Walt Davison, Tom Harr, Gwen Pridgetf, Doris Ledford, Nancy Whalen, Nancy love, Barbara Byrd, John Hofslader, Butch Mc- Nalley. As sponsors of The soles fox drive ond The Trip To Wash- ington, The History Club Coun- cil is 0 very valuable ossef To our school. SENIOR SENATE - KNEELING Denton Selunder, Ted Norris Pele Wolfinbarger . . . STAND ING: Bruce Gaskins, Edru Bley Sharon Marcum, Barbara Hall Waller Davison. 1 1 -..." x FROM HAMILTON HlGH'S TRADITIONS mx, Qfuififi 4134 U56 Q as rx JUNIOR SENATE - KNEELING: Mike Tuley, Lawrence Gillespie, Jim Wheatley, Dick Blauvelf .. . STANDING: Bill ie Kellerhals, Pauline Courtney, Mary Jane Robertson, Connie King, Billie Jean Cobb. Q 1 f midi! 'f 'N Uxfgl B13 .NH I if 1 LATIN CLUB-Row 'I: John Don- ges, Bill Getz, David Waller, Tony Barker, Denny Wittman. Row 2: Virginia Chapman, Ellen Denning, Billy Jean Dawson, Jan- ice Bagley, Marilyn Brinkman, Rosann Woehdl. Both the Latin and Spanish clubs celebrated the dent of Mexico for the holiday party. Latin club en- Christmas holidays with special room decorations. ioyed a banquet on the theme of Mount Olympus, The Spanish Club received a pinata from the Presi- featuring white columns and Roman costumes. BANQLIETS AND PARTIES ADD ZEST TO LANGUAGES SPANISH CLUB-Row 'lz Joan Gray, Anita Cohen, Sandy Wise. Mann, Rita Judd, Bob Fuhrmun, Marilyn Brandel, Pam Palmer, cup, Judy Gray, Michele Zerr. Row 2: Glenna Haven, Judy Joyce Whiteside, Nancy Shepherd. wmv' 'sh- by 5 iii? 22 ll, ,L ,W Picture 'l: GERMAN CLUB-ROW 'l: Pat Bennett, Andrea Moore, Richard Hill, Linda Anderson, Mr. Con- rad . . . ROW 2: Juanita Bailey, Carol Dulli, Judy Stephan, Paul Philpot, Ken Purdy, Bill Goerte- miller, Tom Blebin . . . ROW 3: David Vinson, David Gratwahl. Picture 2: RUSSIAN CLUB-SITTING: Walt Davidson . . . STANDING: Janet Evans, Linda Marksberry, Nancy Potter, Sandy Wilson. Picture 3: FRENCH CLUB-ROW 'l: Judy Johnson, Madelon Rosensweig, Carol Tipton, Susanne Sines... ROW 2: Judy Fannin, Laurene Fields, Janet Cooper, Betty Baker . . . ROW 3: Roberta Brunner, Carol Strophman, Dar- lene Couch, Cheryl Leeds, Mike Pennington . . . ROW 4: Jay Townsend, Jerry Anderson. x MAJORETTE5--Pauline Couriney, Ann Her- man, Judy Gray, Joan Gray, Gloria Kra- mer. ... rucz., ,g " Y bf i ,Hs BAND-Kneeling: Joan Gray, Gloria Kramer, Judy Row 2: Betsy Banks, Cynfhia Burer, Sandy Nohrer, Gray, Ann Herman, Pauline Couriney. Row 1: Mary Ann Griffiihs, Mike Penningfon, Don Nevin, Mah Eisnougle, Pa? Barger, Joyce Misel, Brenda Helion, lucas, Dan Heffler, Doug Peal, Myra Hufford, Sandy Kenny Perry, Mike Laney, Ronnie Alexander, Charles Ackels, Mary Jane Robertson, Carol Blizzard, Janet Judd, Jim Roach, Paul Minion. Medley. NEW UNIFORMS IN CRIMSON, GRAY AND GOLD Fwy XX 3 ur, K M ii ,Q L f ffl.-v Row 3: Linda Baker, Dohie Pugacz, Penny Stump, Bob Baker, Row 4: Cheryl leeds, Nick Gluhm, Sieve Huff, John Jackson, Tom Harr, Jim Davis, Howard Bush, Richard Conrad, Jack Don- Adrian Flynn, lGl'I'Y BOYIKIH, BVI-ICG Guskins, Franklin HGFVCY, ges, Jack Walker, John Hofslacler, Jackie Walker, Chuck Wilson, Bob Ogg, Marcia Jewell, Tom Mearns, Harold Willi, Kenny Behy Rook, Karen Getz, Mr. Wilhelm. Purdy, Charlene Markley, Pom Palmer, Rita Judd. ADD SNAP AND GLITTER TO THE GRIFFIN BAND CHEERLEADERS-Jane Gardner, Phyllis Winkler, Pearl Guilliams, Carol Carfer, Joyce Brown, Sue Leihenseder I 25 I JUNIOR-SENIOR CHOIR-ROW I: Judy Reed, Dolores Hale, Bley, Nancy Shepherd, Gwen Pridgett, Doris Ledford, Carol Penny Wilsman, Pat Brotherton, Shirley Davis, Winnie Hicks, Carter, Sue Leihenseder, Sandy Gabbard, Mickey Hiler, Barbara Barb Ralston, Andrea Moore, Carol Tipton, Kay Madden, Phyllis Musch, Sue Lickliter, Diane Thieman, Carol Blizzard, Sandy Pendergrass, Bobbie Mullins, Susie Brown, Barbara Holt . . . Keppler. ROW 2: Anita Cohen, Rachel Love, Carolyn Humphries, Edra CHRISTMAS CONCERT AND SPRING MUSICAL HIGHLIGHT ACTIVITIES ' J ORCHESTRA-ROW I: Terri Hart, Pat Riley, Cheryl Stock, Pollard, Gwen Pridgett . . . ROW 2: Ellen Denning, Herb Richard Hill, Bill Getz, Carol Dulli, Nancy Shepherd, Ruth Rentschler. I26l ROW 3: Ellen Jean Bunn, Sandy Wisecup, Nancy Howlly, Eloise Agee, Karen Zoller, Connie King, Juanita Bailey, Sonja Watson, Frieda Hutchinson, Billie Kellerhols, Marilyn Brinkman, Cheryl Stock, Joyce Whiteside, Mary Jane Patton, Emma Jones, Nellie Pollard, Ada Green, Sandy Huls, Hazel Feltner, Steve Huff . . . ROW 4: Steve Michael, Lawrence Gillespie, Randy Wertz, Tim Conn, James Chambers, Paul Harrison, Tom Knox, Steve Plapp, Dave Kupper, Jack Barker, Homer Turner, James Brock, Bob Natali, Ed McCracken, Bob Van Cleve, Clyde Doyle, Larry Hutlles, Art Deno. THE BAND MASCOT-A teddy bear, and his uniform were donated by Mary Eisnougle. His red, gray, and gold outfit, which is topped by a plumed hat, is a replica of those of the band members. Shown at the right are ROW l: Mary Eisnougle, Brenda Helton . . . ROW 2: Jack Walker, Mr. Wilhelm, Bruce Gaskins. DRAMATICS CLUB Row I: Ellen Denning, Susanne Sines, Wnsecup Pearl Gulllnams Pam Hubbard Row3 John Sparks Dluhe SICICHWOUSE Row 21 Alefle Humblin, I-GIS Campbell, Gary Lowe Rosella Hubbard Jack Barker Paul Harrison Madelon Rosenswleg, Sue Armenirout, Carolyn Scott, Sandy Ann Lowe EXTRA TIME PAYS DIVIDENDS IN GRIFFIN ACTIVITIES PLAY CAST-Row 'In Ann Lowe, Jane! Cooper, Lois Campbell, Alene Hamblin. Row 2: Paul Harrison, Sandy Wisecup, EI- Ien Denning, Pam Hubbard. Row 3: Made- Ion Rosensweig, Jack McKart, Bob Beeler, Jack Barker, John Sparks. 1 ...Q .-l 44 11 -11 1 N. I AUDIOVISUAL ASSISTANTS - ROW I: Chuck Wilson Charles Judd, Bill Gcerle- miller Mike Stearns . . . ROW 2: Clyde George Henry Boclcman, Jerry Ander- son ROW 3: Harold Willis, Mr. Rams- eyer John Janco. HI-Y-KNEELING: Gary Corson, Randy Weriz, Johnny Fischer, Walt Davison . . . STANDING: Jim Hurley, Jim Conrad, Tim Conn, Ronnie Courtney, Dee Selancler. SENIOR Y-TEENS-KNEELING: Pearl Guil- Iiams, Anila Cohen, Ellen Bunn, LeEfIa Downey, Carol Carfer . . . STANDING: Sandy Wisecup, Judy Asher, Ellen Blossom, Diane Smiih, Lois Siple, Sue I.icIlIiIer, Joyce Kufh, Mary Jane Paffon. -44555 .gli if V - A in is A ,WQ1 V X x Q ' V X Q?g" 2 v ,gg f gfif A A in 3 n , E ' 9? ' TW 5' X 4' " Q H W' 2 if fi 3259? I A M, , + . Q 1 V 'ifjff l x' X ' K M 'I N i 'hi x , K dk fs ,, . Q ,.,.A Q A. " W.. f 5' o X A V' my -9 ' 1 J Q 2 y X N '-': I ggi .A M J if f 1 3' iff, "fs x ,P WT, X " "' ,AN s , V . ix N , -' 6 'L ' "Q O' ' 9 2 M1 wr 'V A , c 5 n 3 X N. " X x x 6:6 gf anew fm wif nk Q -W5 ' J xx XX I I . i f' iw x.q'.x N ' ' X :XXX Xlf X 'L' , ,X , Mg ,- ,X .IQ5 . 0 ' A -1-1: ,nf-1 .K 1 2 -ww f Q A ' 9? L. 0'5" . ,Q W f f-V.- E 5 g ' 4 E M A Q 'Kr M, 5' if ies G.A.A.-Row l: Judy Reed, Vicky Hill, Michele Zerr, Judy Mal- bridge, Dianne Smith, Emily Blaine, Virginia Johnson, Lana Tresier, lofi, Marlene Feeback, Jo Ann Theiss, Barb Hovgllfon, Beivy Esfep, Brenda Owens, Miss James. Row 2: Miss Allen, Ann Owens, Mariho Robinson, Sharon Trow- F.T.A.-Row 'lz Judy Reed, Mary Jane Paffon, Mary Feizer, Joy Wilson. Row 2: Dianne Geis, Shirley Davis, Carol Basham, Midge Wells, Linda Kain, Mrs. Williams. Absenf-Dianne Smith, Linda Massie. SCDME CLUBS INV ESTIGATE VOCATIONS amen gr yer-fm -.., , I 1 . I in ' iA K W K. F , if 1-Y' HEALTH CAREERS CLUB-Row 1: Cynthia Burer, Pearl Guilliams, Smith, Gloria Smiley, Alesta Pickens, Marilyn Pridgett, Ellen Jackie Walker, Robert Baker. Row 2: Joyce Whiteside, Andrea Blossom, Darlene Rymer, Nancy Hawley, Sharon McCoy, Betty Moore, Judy Gray, Janet Medley, Sue Liensedar. Row 3: Dianne Jr- Lynch, Carol Farmer. AND HELP STUDENTS TO PREPARE FOR THEIR FUTURE LIBRARY ASSISTANTS-Row 1: Lana Trester, Sharon Trowbridge, Ruth Yeakle, Jane Gardner, Barbara Houghten, Cynthia Cor- win. Carol Burny. Row 2: Bonnie Barot, Betty Jo Lynch, Penny H4 1-W lim if 3 :fi -K Eg eg 5, Stump, Juanita Sullivan, Marian Riley, Ann Owens, Roma Cook, Faye Evans. MN i Q .fe lille. . 'I Ag,-,,,.S-ek' ', xxx 'fi M' ...4 . ""' ,, , ,...,,.l u-v- N--Q is i 'Aim ON FIELD AND FLOOR THAT "GRIFFIN GO" This year Garfield started with a towering debt of over ten thousand dollars for athletic activities. With everybody's help, we have almost paid the complete cost ot our athletic equipment, which could not be taken out of the school's budget. Most of the credit 1 5' . H , 1 5 I , . .X 'K 'X Pk. L xl K, "Q , .ggi JL .xv ia, X .s..,,x-,A 5 1 ' 4 A 5 vl- 'N rw-J Ted Norrns shows hrs spmf as he fights for the ball I0 The Mad dlefown game f'1 L u T il?-'ste :nj 1 X4 A ' ..'4Q M! If ' .4 Pnl? -gif jr N-'., ' 1 fl . 1-"4 . . "eff "YD" 1, i t gt 52,5-i'f' 52 Q , A ? WESTERN HILLS The Garfield Griffins opened their T959 season by beating Western Hills 28-20. The outlook for the season seemed to be very good as Garfield's speedy backs C a rn p b ell, Whiteside and Bradbury scored on runs of 4, 6, 55 yards respec- tively. Western Hills scored once in the third quarter to rnalce the score 20-14. Garfield then put on a 70 yard drive with Camp- bell going over from the 3 for the score and extra point. The Griffin defense held to end the game with the score 28-20. Coach Florio is giving a spirit talk during half- time. Q. E if!! ROW l lusclus Casey Homer Turner Curtis Knlght James Per kms Slup Saylor Stewart Stump lonme Barry George Shurley Carlos Bonner Lawrence Grllespue larry Boykuns ROW 2 Carl Burlon Lev: James Eugene Wlgglns Harold Jones Mike Mlllus Jnm Kanser Jnm Conrad Kenny Wellx Tom Stone Archie John son Henry Lakes Ronnre Bradbury Earl Whlteslde Russ Camp NEWARK The Grlltlns suffered theur first loss at the hands of the Newark Wlldcats Although the Floruomen played therr best defensuve game of the year they lost the losung sux fumbles and many penoltles the GFIHlDS stall gave a good showmg for the home crowd bell Bruce Shlckler ROW 3 Bob Ogg John Jackson Gerald Klornbank Make Lee Dale Wright Richard Conrad Marvln West veer Don Stone Ben Morgan Perry Shazler Bob Garretson ROW 4 Dave Waller Donald Long Mark Buckner Fred Brown Rvchard Smrth Skup Taylor Don Clem Tom Knox Darrell Phul pot Arthur Tepker Clyde Doyle Tom Irwm John Demus GARFIELD Western Hulls Dayton Farrborne Newark OPPONENTS Hamnlton Taft Portsmouth DAYTON FAIRBORNE The Garfield Grlftins traveled to Dayton to clash wrth the Falrborne Flyers Russ Campbell scored both touchdowns as the Grlfflns eased by the Flyers T4 8 Wuth the score tved 8 8 the Grlftin defense held on the three yard lme to take over on downs Mnddle way m the fourth quarter Russ Campbell went over for the decldmg touchdown and extra pomt as the Grnftins wm I4 8 Sprmgfleld Hamnlton Taft Luma Middletown Demery Smith, Backfueld Coach, Fred Garretson, Defense Coach lon Florio, Head Coach, Charles Trberghein, Backfleld Coach Domus Jones, Guards and Centers l37l ' ' 28 ' .............. 0 ' . ' 'I4 - ' .......... 8 ' ' 1 0 .................. 14 game 14-O. The Griflins never got started, while 24 Dayton Kaiser ............. 'I4 ' ' ' ' 40 ' ............ . . 0 ' ' . 22 ................ 6 0 ' ................ 14 ' ' ............. . 20 ' ..................... 'I6 ' ............... Q 2 f Si . , 1 Q5 1 ,, 255 4 Qs Q f M Q x f X . Q. L Q A X k Q5 52' - -qw, . 'i fm 'Maw A . 4 acf V 'ffxg M " if s,.M,,i' 'M A A. 'ff 5' MN 1 gy 'V' . 1' ' - ' r . W f 231 ' vp, M . HV Q M625 ngw Harold Jones Tom Irwin Perry Shazier A Q' ' r Dale Wright Darrel Philpoi Skip Taylor Jim Kaiser Tom Sfone Archie Johnson Being a new school and participating in The toughest league in Ohio, The Griffins made an impressive showing with a 6-4 record. They started a new Tradition in the cify of Hamilton. Fred Brown Dave Waller Lawrence Gillespie Q X ,, -il 7 , I :L ' x .29 of - ss fs i S A ,: A s i'-i ' we 1' '-NM. T, i Lg ' X is ' x a 2 r" 1 or -,....fj AZQQQ A ' wig: i 5' 7 if ' ig A W fl i ' Y ,cw em -N .V .Qs , , r ,,W, sr .44 1 Q J s if Millie """7g54 w .gal . f i391 w' Russ Campbell gains valuable short-yardage with his bull'style drive in the Kaiser game. Henry Lakes U75 rolls out to pass while Ron Bradbury C331 prepares to cut down the Middletown defense. Q8 Garfield 22 - Kaiser 14 Scoring in every period, the Floriomen downed Kaiser 22-14. Whiteside sparked the Griffin offense as he scored on runs of six, three, and twenty-three yards. Russ Camp- bell tallied once in the fourth quarter for the climax of the scoring. The Griftins showed a great talent for capi- talizing on the enemy's weakness as it improved the young season record to the 3-i mark. Garfield 40 - Taft 0 Displaying a powerful hard running backfield, the Griffins overwhelmed their crass-town rivals 40-O in their first GOL League game. Scoring 34 points in the first half and 6 in the second half with Campbell scoring four TD's and Whiteside two. Garfield 22 - Portsmouth 6 Playing in a downpour of rain the Griltins won their second straight GOL League game on a fourth quarter rally. The defense was spectacular as they held Portsmouth on three goal line stands. Sopho- more Dave Waller, quarterback, did a remarkable iob as he took over in place of injured Henry Lakes. Campbell again scored all Garfield touchdowns on runs of 65, 45, and 3 respectively. T' vpymiww 5 ww mm,-vb i ,, 7 Q -f' "' xv, A 4' 1 -,und- . . .V . .4 i ,, 5,5515 K? Q W sf mn! . .,, ,U ,"'1' .3 M.. W 4 Qyffigil 4 L QL an Garfield's defense shows its strength as Brown C201, Taylor C521, and Whiteside C361 combine to tackle a Lima ball-carrier. Garfield O- Springfield 61 Traveling to Springfield to play the state's No. 2 team for the GOL leadership, the Griffins never got started as they were trounced 6l-O, Although the score was' big, it doesn't tell the whole story. Earl Whiteside played his best game of the season as he stood out on both offense and defense. A Middletown ball-carrier is thrown for a loss by Skip Taylor C521 as Kleintank C231, and Conrad C571 are closing fast. Garfield T4 - Taft T2 The second game with Taft was very close. The score at the end of the half was 6-O in our favor. At the beginning of the second half, Taft scored a touch- down tying the score at 6-6. Garfield and Taft both scored once in the last quarter, but Garfield managed to complete the run for the extra points to be victorious at I4-12. Campbell was the main yard- gainer as he scored both of Garfield's touchdowns and also the extra points. , -fd Russ Campbell C351 is downed by a group of Lima players as he goes for short-yardage. Z 3 , E ,A t -5- T 5 rg'-nf 1 Y -nw e A K-i i, it t asm :'i'2ff"" VY Garfield 20 - Lima 28 The Grilfins traveled to Lima to try for second place in the GOL. This was the best all around game of the season. A great second-half effort fell short as they were beaten 28-20. All three of the Garfield touchdowns were scored by Campbell. Garfield players combines for that one last yard which will give them another touchdown in the Middletown game. The band salutes the team as they come roaring onto the field before game time. Nothing gives the crowd a greater thrill than Garfield 'I2 - Middletown 44 The Griffin eleven closed out its first gridiron sea- son by falling before the Middletown Middies 44-l2 before a disappointed crowd of 500 at the Athletic Field. Russ Campbell scored the last touchdown of the season as Middletown's passing game proved to be too much. Defensive players Ken Wells U91 and Richard Conrad prove too much for this Newark ball-carrier. Cf' Q X This year marlced the beginning ot Gritfir. Night, our homecoming celebration. Start- ing a new tradition, the identity ot the Queen was kept secret until the homecoming as- sembly. After the girls arrived on the glit- tering stage, the Queen was presented with a bouquet of red roses by her escort, Before the game, a large group of tes- tively decorated convertibles wound through the town, accompanied by several bands, to the Athletic Field. Upon arrival at the field, the Queen and her court were pre- sented before a crowd of cheering spec- tators. GRIFFIN NIGHT GLAMOUR Q' - left The Queen and her court present a lovely snght to the onlookers as they pose on the velverlmed siage Miss Mary Jane Patfon Miss Barbara Holt -wb- 'V pls A-.ul X1 QQ K jr' -235 Mlss Pearl Qullluams Mass LeEHo Downey lefi Our Hrs? Queen, Carol Carfer, as bemg presented her crown and scepfor by Mllxe MIIIUS and Ken Wells Y l Muss Roselle Hubbard Mus Sharon Marcum 4-4" N x I4-'51 1 T '. I 0 r l gi . 1 - Mx . l J me - . y Y N if , ' .gf ' X 37 W. 4 1 A j 'Ai-la ' v :fs ' "' - owl e df, . ' , .f ' +1 , K lg' l ' i 5 yr ' in M ' 3 x 2 'ff' . , M I X w X V W-4,w 4 .A 4 'A' A . . . . f N wily 4 wiv e W. 'v ..,M.,Xm4mMM.,,A,, .Mfmmwnnn f1mggrnnnussem.mu.6-S-4..M1f1.m.n.f. , 74. P :Yagi -+5 W 3 .i is 5 fa, I N 5 , - ,gkp QSM ' 'Z , " YC? A ' if , ,. ,+ I .V V, F Q . u . , ,Q ' 5' ff '9595 4 " 5 7 , 4 ,, ,J -' ,f ,Q Og' fa when 5 M , X 1' - 11: 'Q ' , 1 fi U ,F fag ,. Q , H, , 8 If? g,x?',.ylg,, ,z Q5 at ' 3 . . i , pgiem Yi Q " if gf 5' if -35,5 ag Atswi m ,, Y ' 5' '1., 7 Q 3 5 gg, i CF? Wi? REM? 3' P Q 'mg' V L W 4 Q sf ' 4 1 I Vial- WF? ,, H M 11 mi Ax ,YW,.ff,'4:' . f ,A 1 l GARFIELD 68 MIDDLETOWN 89 The Gartield Grittins cagers made their debut in the Greater Ohio League by losing to Middletown 89-68. This made the Griftins' record 2-l. Middletown had their best shooting night by hitting 52 per cent of their shots while Garfield hit only 33 per cent. lt was a hard taught game, to start a new rivalry between the two schools. The Grittins' attack was led by Dave Connell and Ted Norris with 21 and I7 points, respectively. Garfield 54, Springfield 49, marking a l-l record in the G. O. L. race. Displaying possession basketball at its best to break a two game losing high point man in the attack. GARFIELD 54 SPRINGFIELD 49 The Bartonmen upset Springfield marking a lrl record in the G. O. L. race. Displaying possession basketball at its best, the locals broke a two game losing streak. The team showed a well balanced attack with Dave Connell being high point man in the attack. Ted Norris C105 gets one step ahead of Taft defender to drive in for a basket. The student body show their spirit in the Hamilton-Taft game. l48l Eugene Wiggins U33 fights for one of his many rebounds during the season. The Mighty Griffins charge on to the floor. GARFIELD 51 MIDDLETOWN 60 Once again Garfield's Griffin Cagers were taken in by the Middie Magic, 58-51. lt was a nip and tuck battle all the way as neither team led by any large margin until the fourth quarter. ln the final period, as the Middies began to pull away, the Griffins hung on desperately, but couIdn't hang on long behind the steady play of the Middies. Dave Connell was high man with 18 points, but Ted Norris tallied many needed baskets to keep Garfield in range during the fourth quarter. Eugene Wiggins C132 drives in for a two-pointer against Middletown. GARFIELD 61 LIMA 51 The big holidays didn't hurt the Mighty Griffins as they defeated Lima 6161. The Griffins led throughout the game as they led at half-time 36-29. The fourth quarter was a big one as Garfield opened up to win by a com- fortable lead. Again Garfield showed a well-balanced attack, as Dave Con- nell and Ted Norris scored 13 points each, while Stan McCloud and Bruce Gaskins scored 11 each. Skip Taylor 1135, with a burst of speed and a mighty leap, tallies another two points to add to the Garfield score. GARFIELD 73 HAMILTON TAFT 54 Garfield returned to the victory trail when it downed the winless Tigers 73-54. The Griltins pulled away to a 37-31 half-time lead after a 14-14 score at the first stop, but never lost the lead afterwards. Eugene Wiggins paced the Griftins with 19 points, scoring eight important points in the fourth quarter. Ted Norris 1103 tries hard to make a basket while Fairfield players try to stop him. Eugene Wiggins C131 and Perry Shazier C215 strive to keep the ball away from the Taft players. i501 - GARFIELD 48 PORTSMOUTH 60 The Griffins went down to defeot ot the honds of the Portsmouth Troions 60-48. The Bdrtonmen were clown only 29-26 ot the holf-time but fell slowly in the lost holf before o hot Troion crew. Although hitting 42 per cent of its shots from the field, the locols made only 4 out of I4 chority tosses. GARFIELD 62 HAMILTON TAFT 47 Gorfield scored its third stroight G. O. L. triumph by downing their cross-town rivols 62-47. The Tigers gove Gorfield o tight fight in the first holf, but in the third session Gorfield outscored Toft 21-6 os Gorfield won the gome in fine style. Ted Norris wos high with I6 points, while sophomore "Skip" Toylor followed with l3. Lower Right: Skip Taylor U23 leaps high to sink a two-pointer despite Taft's efforts to stop him. The Cheerleaders, with their Mascot, Nancy Norris, pose in front of the big triangle before game time. l5ll MWMHMTM fus- Dn e Co ell l3IJ l mps fo shoot wh le a Mom sburg player tr es 10 block fhe shof Sfnnley McCloud C221 soars hugh fo get off a sho? n splle of Lee Pu dy s effo Is to deflecl the sho! I52I GARFIELD PORTSMOUTH The Grrffuns revenged an earlrer defeat at The hands of the Trolans by upsefhng them 66 55 The Trogans were lured up and The Gnfluns found the fursf quarter hard going but led at snlermlsslon 38 30 Stanley McCloud played a very fine all around game by blocknng many shots and grabbing I6 re bounds I-lngh pounr man was Dave Connell wrth 23 ponnfs and Ted Norrl who Turned IU a line per formance wnfh 20 pornrs GARFIELD SPRINGFIELD The Barfonmen played Theur most excmng game of The season as they lost a one pounler To The Wildcats 56 57 The Grlfflns were down 39 29 at The hall :me buf Came back In the last four rnlnulex To cut The lead to one point as the last buzzer sounded Stanley McCloud was hugh wrfh I7 ponnts whrle Sparkplug Slap Taylor was second wlfh I4 GARFIELD 52 LIMA 60 After losing to Springfield, Garfield traveled to Lima and went down to defeat at the hands of the Spartans, 60-52. The Bartonmen played a very close game throughout the entire game. The Spartans led 29-21 at half-time, but Garfield Cut the lead 46-42 in the third quarter only to fall short in the fourth. How- ever, Dave Connell was the leading scorer with 23, while Eugene Wiggins tallied with 19. "Skip" Taylor 1121 goes in for a driving lay-up in the Hamilton- Tatt game, while Stanley McCloud 1221 and Dave Connell C311 follow up for the rebound. 5 GO GARFIELD GRIFFINS, GO! Both the Band and the Griffetts cheer for the mighty Griffins. Dave Connell C311 goes high to sink a hook shot in spite of the efforts of the Hamilton Taft defense to stop him. BABY GRIFFIN BASKETBALL TEAM-First Row: Harris Ladler, Benny Lawson, Mark Buckner, Dave Waller, Coach Young. Sec- ond Row: Norm Lacey, Dave Grathwohl, Bill Hill, Richard Smith, Henry Lakes. Dennis Sizemore, Lazell Shaw, and John Jordon were absent when the picture was taken. Dennis Sizemore 1231 grabs a rebound in the Taft's game. TOU RN EY PLAY Garfield 87-Lakota 65 The Griffins opened play in district tournament play by routing smaller Lakota, 87-65. Garfield 50-Little Miami 29 Although Little Miami stalled the ball, Garfield squashed them, 50-29. Garfield 75- Franklin 53 Garfield looked like a top-contender for the state champions as they overpowered a strong Franklin, 75-53. Garfield 73 -- Princeton 69 The Griffins revenged last year's defeat by downing a highly-touted Princeton team, 73-69. Garfield 59-Middleton 85 By a brilliant display of shooting, the Middies downed the Griffins, 85-59. With this game, they ended the first era in the schooI's history. Although they lost, they managed to go farther than any Hamilton team since 1954 and won the dis- trict runner-up. l54l GARFIELD GYMNASTIC TEAM ROWY Barbara Holt Judy Poe Rebman Ken Collins Dean Doughty Sheridan Baker Bonnie Barrot Karen Cox Rose Mane Rice Joyce Jones Mary ROW 3 M Perry Bob Mills Gary Cozad Ronnie Mooar David Doughty Dane Crank Donny Sanclrlck Gary Lelbrock Bull Som Maynard Jim Ultsler Manager Absent Bill Glbney Gary Cozad does a back flip on the trampoline at the meet with Parkersburg Right Ronnie Mooar performs on the horizontal bar while Mr Perry spots ISSJ Ellen Phillips, ,Phyllis Winkler . . . ROW 2: Bill Farthing, Lloyd Wilkerson, .Larry Boykin, Leroy Dees, Dale Helton, Jay gcroufe, l l I aiu li Q ' P4 sf x K . . M ,f X. t ti A- Y t - ,abxgf TRACK TEAM-Kneeling: Russ Campbell, Bob Timler, Alan Hague, Herman Willis, Fred Brown, Levi James, James Bonner, Lucius Casey, Eugene Wiggins, John Miller. This year's Track team has the nucleus of last year's district runner-up and a good season is expected. By running in the halls daily, the squad ought to be in top shape by the start of the season and should be one of the top contenders in this area. Since the team last year captured quite a number of trophies, everyone is hoping that the same will happen again this year. BASEBALL TEAM-Kneeling: Roger Stump, Jim Kaiser, Norman Lacey, Benny Lawson, David Waller, Bill Stone, Dick Flick, Ma! Melnick, Pete Wolfinbarger, Bruce Gaskins, Jerry Nelson. STANDING: Coach Fred Garretson, Billy Caver, David Jackson, Charles Hooks, Bill Goertmiller, Harold Jones, Thomas Howard, Archie Johnson, Clayborne Baker, Corlos Schift, Donald Long, Stuart Stump. The Baseball team of G.H.S. has some very good prospects from last year's team and are expecting a bright season ahead. Coach Barton and Coach Young are expecting a good performance from last year's iettermen and from the talented sophomores. STANDING: Coach Jack Young, Mgr. Melvin Sutton, Billy Price, Bob Long, Curtiss Knight, Tony Marqua, Mike Milius, Stan McCloud, Adrian Flynn, Mark Buckner, Earl Whiteside, Danny Sandrick, Dick Conrad, Jay Robins, Coach Rollie Barton. 3 HS H.H.S. Q ' r"j'-M... WHS 'tt' ,1-1.H.S. K. is Q MLNS QD -2' lin -4 W 3 s fWN Ut' k T ZW K V BASKETBALL CHAMPS-Standing: Bill Laidler, John Laidler, Benny Lawson, Don Long, Mike Lee, Norm Lacey, John Jordan. This year Garfield's Golf team consists mainly of the underclassmen, most of them in their first year of varsity competition. But under the influence of Coach Demery Smith, the team is expected to display a very good show by the time the 'district tournament arrives. Through observation of the team's practice at Potter's Park, this prophesy will probably be fulfilled. The Strength and Efficiency Tests are given in all of the gym classes at Garfield High in which every boy gets to display his talent. Each year the winner is given a trophy in honor of his achievement. This year the winner was a iunior, Al Schultheiss, who had a total of 6,922 out of a possible 7000 points. GOLF TEAM-Standing: Coach Demery Smith, Dick Pollard, Steve Collins Larry Haile, Gary Lowe, Dick Blauvelt, Jan Steiger, Charles Dobson. 6000 POINT CLUB-Kneeling: Gary Leibrock, Kenny Wells, Rickey Stephen- son, Kenny Collins, Dale Wright, Robert Moore, Bill Gibney, Allen Hogue, Nick Gluhm, Sam Maynard, Ron Bradbury. Standing: Danny Sandriclc, Ronnie Mooar, Lyle Thornton, Terry Kolstedt, Allen Schultheiss, Wayne Beyerlein, Gary Cozad, Quentine Cornett, Steve Michaels, Kenny Purdy, Jay Sroufe, Bob Chandler. LEFT. GlRL'S TENNIS AND SOFTBALL TEAM-Kneeling: Bonnie Owens, Ernestine Sharp, Betty Estep, Michele Zerr, Mary Eliason, Judy Reed, JoAnn Laven. Standing: Connie King, Wilma Lunsford, Joan Theiss, Linda Anderson, Roberta Brunner, Pam Palmer, Sharon McCoy, Pat Riley, Doris Ledford, Allene Doolittle, Delores Stanfill. 1 AF, TENNIS TEAM-Kneeling: Doug Peel, Ted Norris, Dennis Evans, Bob Werts, Ken Purdy, Sam Maynard. Standing: John Fisher, Daniel Spieby, Coach Robert Kinch, Dave Connell, Bill Hill, Jim Hurley. SR! Q: '-n.,,M WRESTLING CHAMPS-Kneeling: Bill Farthing. Standing: Ronnie Mooor, Gary Cozad, Bill Gibney, Wesley Renfro, Ronnie Bradbury, Charles Hooks, Herman Willis. The Tennis team this season should be tremendous. With four returning lettermen who were very good last year, Coach Robert Kinch is expecting a good season. The boys' team is always a top contender for district and state honors every year and this year should be the same. The Volleyball Champion Club at Garfield High was a group of senior boys called the Nans, Intra- mural games are held in tournament fashion and the winners of these games are proclaimed champs of G.H.S. Mr. Sharp, gym instructor, is in charge of this activity. VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS - Bruce Gaslrins, Chester Brewer, Dave Connell, Walter Davison, Ted Norris. ,gust s .4105 ' ,i 5 t x Bill Getz and Cheryl Fallen seek the advice of Mrs. Schaeuble in working a problem in Integrated Geometry. 10' i Garfield has a young and enthusiastic faculty. This year they reflected the excitement of the student body in their new school. Most of the teachers are veterans from Hamilton High School and a few gained their experience from iunior high schools around the city. Others came from neighboring communities where they gained secondary experi- ence. The comfortable new faculty lounge and sparkling clean teachers' lunchroom are a real ioy to the staff. There is also a teachers' parking lot to the south of the building for their convenience. The program of study is the same fine one that students enjoyed at Hamilton High with one addition this year, a reading improvement course for college- bound students. Here a class of Home Economics students watch a guest demon- strate her specialty-pastry decorations. awww S' JAMES K. KOGER PRINCIPAL JAMES A. HALL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL ADMINISTRATION QA l 'G r"""T B-uww.w.g,,,,m.i MARY LEE BRANDENBURG DEAN OF GIRLS MW . ,ff DR. LESTER DICKEY MR RAY TAYLOR SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Members of the Hamilton City School District Board af Education are: ROW 'ln Ryan Hall, Mrs. Allen Roudebush, Donald Ferris . . . ROW 2: Dr. Lester Dickey, Robert K. Stevenson, R. W. DeVore, Herman Bates. ww 4-'mp tn 5 3 Ee -' I 3 ' . gy 3' Q its X 'Wh-A Q-f!'.i S-an to ,TQ WI ..... f-'ll-A hu 1 In .. OUR SCHOOL SECRETARIES- Miss Millie Deaton, Mr HalI's secretary, Mrs. Jeanne Thackara, general secre- 7 as' ii' tary, Mrs. Mary K. Glultm, Mrs. Brandenburg's secre- . 5 tary, Mrs. Carolyn Schweinfest, Mr. Koger's secretary. i Q if 'crrv its IRMA ALLEN-Physical Education, Health, G. A. A. Advisor, Griffetts Advisor . . . CARROLL D. AU- GUSTIN-Woodworking ll, Ill . . , VERLON BALLINGER-U. S. History, World History, U. S. His- tory Club Chairman, Senior Class Advisor, Administra- tive Advisory Council, Open House Committee Advisor . . . ROLLIE BARTON-World History, Counseling, Guidance Committee Member, Varsity Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach. CHARLES BERCKMAN-Chemistry, Science-R, Safety Council Advisor, Chairman, Administrative Advisory Council . . , PAUL W. CONRAD-U. S. History, German I, ll, U. S. History Club Advisor, Senior Class Advisor . . . DOROTHY DAVIS-English III, IV, Honor Society Advisor, Chairman, Screening Commit- tee, Administrative Advisory Council . . . WILLIAM DORNBERGER-Mathematics Il, Algebra I. CLARENCE DUNLAP-Mathematics II, III . . . LOUIS FLORIO-World History, World Geography, Varsity Football Coach, Driver's Training School . . . RUTH FOSTER-Tailoring, Clothing, Home Economics Supervisor, Junior Red Cross Advisor, Chairman, Ad- ministrative Advisory Council . . . GLADYS GANTER -English ll, Latin I, Il, III, IV, Safety Council Advisor, Latin Club Advisor. FRED GARRETSON-Typing I, Football Coach, Track Team Coach . . . HERMAN GECKLER - U. S. History, Problems, Guidance Committee . . . MARTA R. GERHART- Remedial Reading . . . L. W. HAMM- English III, Ill-R, French I, II, French Club Advisor. BILL HAYS-U. S. History, World History, U. S. His- tory Club Advisor, Senior Class Advisor, Chairman . . . LEWIS HOLLIS-Graphic Arts, Woodworking I, Industrial Design. 2-,J Q? PAUL C, ICKES-Shorthand II, Transcription, Co-op, Accounting, Bookkeeping . . . JANICE E. JAMES- Physical Education, Health, Griffetts Advisor, G. A. A, Advisor . . . ROSALIE JENDREK-Art I, Il, lll, Senior Class Advisor, Administrative Advisory Council, Yearbook Advisor . . . MARGARET F. JOHNSON- Spanish I, ll, III, IV, English ll, Sophomore Class QV . 'Ei' wr ? K N. v-sad rt ,aw 15 me - uc Q99 ws... W Advisor. omus J. JONES-Biology, Fooiboii coach . . . -sk, .f . ,Q A as if ROBERT C. KINCH-Physics, Senior Science, Mathe- f 1 E 41 7 'lk matics ll, Honor Society Advisor, Tennis Coach . . . t st K 1 eiieersi Loweii-Guidance committee chairman, X. ...ek ,ti -if 1 'N- Counseling . . . DALE LYSNE-Russian I, ll I if L' I, , T' ' W . , vr r A ... A- ii I Q . -,ggiih Q DONALD K. MARTELLO-World History, Speech, ' Dramatics, Honor Society Advisor, Screening Commit- . ':" t . 'Mummy tee, Chairman, Administrative Advisory Council . . . I ,Q HELEN McPHERSON-Guidance Committee, Health i Careers Club . . . ALICE B. MOON-English IV, fm ' . tg 'sr U t i IV-R, Journalism, Newspaper Advisor . . . MARILYN 5 3? ' Q 'ak TV' MUNNEKE-Foods, Family Living, Home Making ll, 1,4 ' ' Special, Junior Red Cross Advisor, Junior Class Ad- Nfx A """'-fm.. 'S v 18' """'l visor. DONALD C. PERRY - Physical Education, Health, Gym- nastics, Future Teachers Advisor . . . JOHN PRESSLER-Metals I, I-R, Il . . . PHILIP A. RAM- SEYER-Mathematics ll, Algebra I, World History, Audio Visual, Future Teachers Advisor . . . RUTH l. REDLIN - Librarian, Screening Committee, Guidance Committee. Alice O'Shea gets examined for her physical by the school nurse 'ills QW: ir iI"1tf W iii,-'Ji WN ' 6 9" if - 'Y :ffm Clyde Doyle fMost Improved Playerl, Fred Brown fBest Defensive Backl, and Jim Kaiser fBest Offensive Linemani, receive congratu- lations and trophies from Coach Florio. A ii' k 1.. ,A-15" -'im i641 P""Q"f ,-A fU9MYU5 " A-husk 'Qu s 'Artie Q-' 1-vs, has 1 X-he ffm Q'--5, uhm N 1 -H1155 ,gf in-.... ws.. F Wh "'hu.-.ef lin. ...Q 20? OUR VOCATIONAL SCHOOL TEACHERS ROW 'l Marvin Jones Robert Judd Mllton Mehl Ecrl Flmt ROW 2 Walter Reece Arthur Rhodes 'YN-9 l65l MADGE SCHAEUBLE Plane Geometry Integrated Geometry Solid Geometry Trigonometry Junuor Class Advusor Chairman Admumstratuve Advnsory Councnl EDWARD SCHMIDT E glush ll ll R Sopho more Class Advusor WILLIAM SHARP Physucal Educatlon Health Recreatuonal Leadership .Iumor Class Advusor NORBERT SHEPHERD Industrual Dessgn I ll Screenmg Commuttee Jumor Class Ad vnsor Admnmstratnve Advnsory Councul DEMERY SMITH Psychology Guldance Commnttee Counselmg Football Coach Golf Coach HELEN l SNYDER Plane Geometry Algebra II Student Councul Advnsor CHARLES TIBERGHEIN Buology Sclence R Sensor Class Advusor Football Coach RAYMOND VAUGHN Special Classes EDNA WALTHERS English Ill Sophomore Class Ad vnsor Future Teachers Advnsor FRANCES C WELSH Typmg I Shorthand I Offnce Practuce Screenung Committee ROBERT WILHELM Chorr Orchestra Band Hnstory of Musuc Admunus tratnve Advnsory Councul ELVA P WILLIAMS Bookkeepmg Typrng II Shorthand I Honor Society Advusor Future Teachers Advlsor Admmustratnve Ad vrsory Councnl KATHRYN YOKERS Englush II II R Student Councrl Advnsor JACK YOUNG U S Hastory World Hlstory Gundance Student Councnl Advlsor Reserve Basketball Coach Sophomores Linda Baker and Jane Gardner dIS8Cl a cray fosh In Mr Jones Blology class whlle Franklm Harvey and Danny Huffles look on SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS ROW 1 Conme Hall Treasurer Ruta Judd Program Chairman Rosann Woclel Secrefary ROW 2 Clarence Turner Vlce Presldent Dave Waller Presldenf, Jam Kramer Ari Chalrman l66l ,mr f.-WSW ul'-1 ii, 'Sl will iff! !"Ns 4,41 4--r ,var .ev l JI M, W., -'KV' wg nw' ev Nif- 'tfrmq W, all -Ji' 5 ,.-1 .f f 'WB V7 "v-ww vi A-.4 ,f-. ,vos 'UK 'WY 0 fs ,vw-V wr' N-we X I ev-W" ..4-v .QV 'iv I? t,,o ve J ,pn GW ...Q SOPHOMORES .,...-v l ,f Affh .A 1' 'T Agil- WW Q? is ,niiai wk' i' 'S- 'fm Becky Agee Betty Allen Wayne Andrews Judy Angel Jlm Anness James Barley Clayton Baker Claudia Baker Dorls Baker Lrnda Baker Pat Baker Bob Baker Roger Baker Elizabeth Banks Clayborne Barker Tony Barker Gaul Barnett Pat Barnlckle Bonnie Barrot Sonny Barry Carole Beckett Jamce Begley Gary Bennett Sally Bennett Jerry Benzmg Donna Black Bull Bey Verna Booth Jrm Banner Paul Barn Richard Boseke Lavonne Bowling Mary Jane Bowlmg James Boyknn Ramona Bradbury Ronme Bradbury Penny Bradley James Brandner Donna Brmegar Carol Brooks Rlchard Brooks Albert Brown Betsy Brown Judith Brown Januce Broyles Roberta Brunner Charles Bryant Robert Bryant Mark Bruckner Lnly Bunger Carol Burney Carl Burton Lee Roy Buttery Jerry Bylngton Henry Cambell Carl Carpenter Conme Carpenter Wlllle Caver Vlrglnla Chapman Karen Childress Relelgh Cobb Sheila Colebank James Collins Kenneth Collins Edward Conyers Wllllam Conyers Jerry Conley Roma Cook Eldon Cooper Janet Cooper Quentme Cornett ' 4" ':""' li V V 'J V A- . ., A W V V ,W A 3 M 2- H L' V .. 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McGuire Bonnie McNally Sandra Medecke Jonef Medley Lnnda Mules Nancy Muller Norma Muller Ray Muller Wllllam Maller Robert Malls Paul Mlnlon Andrew Moore Donna Moore Alice Morgan Arthur Motzer Douglas Napier Eluzubeth Napler Marilyn Neal Lonnie Nelson Donald Nevln Palsy Oahs Thomas O Hara Bonnie Owens Brenda Owens Trudy Owens Pamela Palmer Donald McClung Jacquellne Parker as ,4- 'W JUN Maruan Pale Robert Patton David Payne Ernie Payne Mary Payne Douglas Pearl Sharon Pearson Wulllom eck Mlke Pennlnglon James Perluns Eva Pelers Kennelh Pefly Mary Phllllps Thomas Phnlllps Paul Phllpol Alesfer Pnckens Lacey Pierce Marlene Pnerson Mlldred Pierson Judy Poe All mt" -'wi "'-aww i A A av' " 4-'er ,-. L 53 nfl ,,,.4::' v Nev' ,IW 5' 3 E ,si ffm ,,., W ivy G. 'N vw 5 ff!- ,Q Sr -11 New A-we 1- ,sr I ,ar Muni? 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Melvm Burbage Clark Burns Carl Byrd Tom Carno Bob Chandler Wendell Clonfz Bob Darley Jum Davrs Darrell Dumhoa Frieda Durham Ronald Dulsu Jum Eversole James Hamblun Louis Hardy Norma Harris Jane Hildebrand Gerald Hymer Lyle Isaacs Erme Jones Dave Kercsmer Ernest Kung John Lang Don McClung Herman McGannu JoAnn Muller Habarf Mills Dorothy Pugalz Dessle Powell Juanlfa Podway Wesley Renfro Jack Rrddell Byron Schneider Larry Sears George Selvua Roberl Smurh Bull Slanlfer Srewart Stone Alberi Thompson Phulup Thompson Fred Vanderpool Alberf Warm Bob Weugle Pete Wllkerson S B C r 1 W - Q B 'W 1 ' W I ij, 5' M ' 5 -. 4-QYILI . ff' ::r': . A Y B B B. r 1, r r - C B ,, A . ellu lg ,,.,, I my .. , 1 .43 if i ,.,. f ,fy r,.,,, 6 ir u Ar"-' f if" ioa' l . - l , m -" re' l W Y Y I M' if S I I , V W --V I AX 1 Y I Q ' -- in ,,f'. T45 ,gi . 'V W J . in -V I ww' 25 R 'ia 'A ,M B B f , . an , l W B yyy B rorr .C W , , . 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Standing: Joyce Brown-Program Chairman, Sue Leihenseder-Finance, Linda Massie-Art Chair- man, Elmer Cupp-Publicity Chairman. Whoops! Cookie Brandel takes a fall at the Junior Skating party at the Cincinnati Gardens. Connie King and Judy Mallott, a little surer on their feet, lend a helping hand. -.9 si? Www .MI JW? 'Vt RMK WM ,ff-. ,Q ,k C' ,... ww -fw""' xg' 'pf' an 1? A ww H' ld '1 if W ,Mrw 1,1 -W 'V' 4X-A to G 1' 'Wi W it 'WKJ JJ AQ 19' 1-A Nb. "' am- OD" n-fn "" JUNIORS Q'-ww ,ug f"'vx EQY Qi' .Q 'WSJ if rv. 45 ,fa ill wwf? 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VV ,V V J V3 Q V V V FVVVVVV V VV Hwy V ., A XD. sis ,VVV VVVVCVV W .. Vai V VV V . VVV,VVVVVVVV -VVV 4 Q-AQVQVVVVV Y Q I ' N0 My .ili:'.Qff.f5-1: .4 fr-'V of Y A+" ...fy mf? '-.af QR fi? .A 'vm .A- mi XJ IQ? 1, ,ng ,Avi as ml Zffgl 4 'X' swf -7- M' 4"'! Mfr M '17 'M' 'did ,rms fx ,rv Bully Kellerhals Alice Kellum Connle Kung Jerry Klemfank Duck Knox Terry Kolsledf Gloria Kramer Wnlllam Kramer Davud Kupper Lyneffe Kurlz Henry Lakes Nancy Lane JoAnn Laven Doris Ledford Sue Lelhenseder Rachel Love Rnchard Love Bonnie Madden Kay Madden Judy Nalot? Gerry Mann Crystal Marcum Tony Marqua Lmda Massle Som Maynard Paul McCollum Roberf McCoy Reber? McCracken Marlorle McGuure Jack McKarf Butch McNally Maralyn Meade Tom Melnlclr Steve Michael Sandy Mules me 1 A 3' if 'UQ ...I Om 'Wi AL ,au ,Q W1 W' xii? UU fr-" .en.."'l 4' an 'v Wm ALJ: ,H- ,,o4 ...Q- L 4. WWW? JUNIORS ,Mfr ,ef rf ,1 Pa? 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Seniors Sharon Marcum and Denton Se' Lander measure Judy Hunt for her cap and gown for graduation while Janet Hos kim and Brenda Hoskins wait their turn The senior stage crew completes the scen- ery for the play "Pure as the Driven Snow." Painting flats in the scenery lab are Joe Humes, Hershell Jones, Pricilla Johnson, Douglas Caldwell, Herman Reed. QW? sighs. in with by Wav' SENIGRS SANDRA ACKELS-Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3. JAMES ADELSPERGER-History Club 4. ELOISE AGEE-Senior Choir 4, Griffets 4, G.A.A. 4, J.A. 4, History Club 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MARY ALBRIGHT-History Club 4, Library Assistant 2. RONALD ALEXANDER-Band 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, J.A. 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 2, President 3. DORIS ANDERSON-French Club 2, History Club 4, Usher 3. JOYCE ANDREWS-Honor Society 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Senate 3, Student Council 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, J.A. 3, History Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Ottice Worker 4, Employed by County Auditor. SANDRA ANDREWS-Sophomore Choir 2, Safety Council 3, G.A.A. 2, Girls' Basketball Team 4, History Club 3, Y.F.C. 3, 4. SUE ARMENTROUT-Newspaper 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Dra- matics Club 4, Girls' Drill Team 4, History Club 3, F.T.A. 4, J.A. 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Oltice Worker 4, Usher 3, Employed by Lane Public Library. GRACE UUDY, ASHER-Newspaper 4, Sophomore Choirs 2, Senior Senate Alternate 4, Famous 100 3, History Club 4, J.A. 4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Oltice Worker 4. MARGARET ASH- TON-History Club 4, J.A. 4, Secretary 4, Otlice Worker 4. JUA- NITA BAILEY-Newspaper 4, Senior Choir 4, German Club 4, History Club 4. SHERIDAN BAKER-Flip Twisters 2, 3, Garfield Gymnastic Team 4, Intramurals 2, 3, History Club 4. GLORIA BALL- Famous 100 3, Grittetts 4, History Club 4, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 3, Usher 3. DIANE BALLERINO-Grittetts 4, History Club 4, J.A. 4. CLYDE BARROW-History Club 4, Employed by Butler Cleaners. CAROL LEE BASHAM-Newspaper 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Student Council 3, Safety Council 4, Famous 100 3, History Club 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Usher 3. MICHAEL BAUMANN- Intramurals 2, 3, History Club 4, Hi-Y 2. ROBERT BEELER-Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Latin Club 2, Basketball 2, History Club 3, DeMolay 2, 3, 4, Master Councilor 4, Senior Spirit Club 4. RUBY BELCHER-History Club 4. RICHARD BETZ-Latin Club 3, History Club 4, Employed by Krogers. SENIORS WAYNE BEYERLEIN-History Club 3: V.l.C. MARTIN BITTINGER- History Club 4. THOMAS BLEVENS-German Club 45 History Club 4. EDRA BLEY-Senior Choir 45 .Iunior Senate 35 Sen-ior Senate 45 Volleyball team 35 Famous 100 35 Grifletts 45 G.A.A. 35 Office Worker 25 History Club 45 J.A. 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. ELLEN BLOS- SOM-Volleyball team 3, 45 Grifietts 45 G.A.A. 35 History Club 35 Office Worker 25 J.A. 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. CHESTER BREWER-Flip Twisters 35 Garfield Gymnastic Team 45 History Club 35 Open House Committee 3, 45 Senior Spirit Club 45 Griffin Night Escort 4, DORA BREWER-Latin Club 25 History Club 45 Library Assistant 25 Employed by Holly Shop. PHYLLIS BRINEGAR-Gazette 45 Sopho- more Choir 25 Spanish Club 25 Volleyball Teams 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 History Club 45 Famous l00 35 Griftetts 45 Omce Worker 45 J.A. 4. JAMES BROCK-Senior Choir 45 Junior Senate 35 History Club 45 V.l.C. 35 Band Announcer 45 Employed by Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. RONALD BROCKMAN-History Club 4. DONNA BROWN-History Club 35 Library Assistant. KENNETH BROWN-Spanish Club 45 History Club 45 V.I.C. 3, Secretary 3. TOM BROWN-History Club 45 V.I.C. 4. THOMAS BUCHEIT- Safety Council 25 History Club 45 Employed by Steinly Drug Store. RONALD BUNGER-History Club 45 V.l.C. 4. ELLEN BUNN-Senior Choir 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Safety Council 4, Vice President 45 Oftice Worker 45 History Club 3, 45 J.A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.N.A. 2, 3, 45 Rainbow Girls 3, 4. LORETTA BURGE-Famous l00 35 History Club 45 Co-op 45 Usher 35 J.A. 2, 4, Treasurer 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Junior Red Cross 25 Employed at Pease. STEVE BURKART-History Club 4. KENNETH BUTSCH-History Club 4. BARBARA JEAN BYRD- Newspaper 45 Safety Council Alternate 35 History Club 45 History Club Council Alternate 45 Griffetts 45 Office Worker 45 J.A. 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Rainbow Girls 2. DORCAS CALDWELL-Honor Society 45 Latin Club 25 Safety Council 25 History Club 45 Co-op 4. Q if in HQ-r -"bs " QQ' A 5 . A iii A 'wk TW? vi if""b- Q9 'Du 'PY-V 'l' i 4 J J0 i1S?Oansa'. F i N A if X X 1 ' 30.55 '. jvc! A bk, is "H-as 1 it I 5 ii DAVID CONNELL-Spanish Club 25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 History Club 35 Hi-Y 2, 35 Senior Spirit Club 4. .IANICE CONNER-History Club 35 Co-op 45 Usher 25 Y.F.C. 3, 45 Em- ployed by George Washington Junior High. DANIEL CONRAD- History Club 45 V.l.C. 4. JAMES CONRAD-Latin Club 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Intra- murals 2, 3, 45 History Club 35 Hi-Y 45 Senior Spirit Club 4. KAREN COOK-Famous IOO 35 History Club 45 Co-op 45 J.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 45 Em- ployed by the Labor Temple. GARY CORSON-Spanish Club 25 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 History Club 35 J.A. 2, 3, President 35 Hi-Y 4, Treasurer 45 DeMolay 2, 3, 45 Senior Spirit Club 45 Employed by Journal News. CAROLYN CORWIN-History Club 45 Co-op 45 J.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Employed by Hughes Memorial Hospital. RONALD COURTNEY-Spanish Club 25 History Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 J.A. 3, 45 Y.F.C. 45 Senior Spirit Club 4. GARY COZAD-Track 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 3, 45 Flip Twisters 2, 35 Garfield Gymnastic Team 4, Co-Captain 45 History Club 4. MICHAEL CRAIN-History Club 35 V.l.C. 3, 4. JAMES DAVIS- Newspaper 35 Honor Society 3, 4, Scribe 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 History Club 35 Usher 35 Forum Committee 3. SHIRLEY DAVIS-Yearbook 4, Senior Section Editor5 Sophomore Chorus 25 Senior Choir 2, 35 Blue Aires 35 Latin Club 25 Quill and Scroll 45 History Club 35 Usher 2, 35 J.A. 2, 45 F.T.A. 3, 4, President 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Y.F.C. 2, 35 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Recorder 3, 45 Play crew 45 Cafeteria Cashier 2, 3, 45 Forum Committee Honor Society 4. SENIORS DOUGLAS CALDWELL-Mixed Chorus 45 History Club 45 J.A. 45 Art Exhibit 45 Senior Club 4. LOIS CAMPBELL--History Club 4. RUSSELL CAMPBELL-Football 2, 3, 45 Track 35 GarHeld Gymnas- tic Teom 45 Flip Twisters 2, 3, 45 Basketball Manager 45 History Club 35 Hi-Y 25 Senior Spirit Club 4. CAROL CARTER-Sophomore Chorus 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 Blue Aires 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Class Oflicer, Vice Presi- dent 3, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 4, Alternate 2, 35 Grittin Night Queen 45 History Club 35 Office Worker 45 Usher 25 Y-Teens 3, 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. MARY ELLEN CHAlN--News- paper 45 Sophomore Choir 25 Latin Club 25 Safety Council 35 Griftetts 45 History Club 3, 45 Senior Senate Alternate 45 Y'Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 2. VIRGINIA COCHRAN-History Club 45 Usher 35 J.A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Employed by Hamilton Fur Company. ANITA COHEN-Newspaper 4, Business Manager5 Senior Choir 45 Latin Club 25 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 3, Vice President 45 Student Council 45 Safety Council 25 Famous IOO 35 Quill and Scroll 45 History Club 35 J.A. 45 Usher 25 Civic Day 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice President 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 45 Mistress of Ceremonies, Griffin Night5 Employed by Wilmur's. BONITA COLLINS-Spanish Club 2, 35 History Club 35 Usher 25 J.A. 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 45 Employed by Lyric Music. TIMOTHY CONN-Senior Choir 45 Yearbook 45 Band 25 History Club 35 Hi-Y 45 DeMolay 45 Senior Spirit Club 45 Art Exhibit 3. dwg Wir 'CIP' G Q 'lr 'lf il ww SENIORS OLIVE DAVISON-History Club 4, Y-Teens 2. WALTER DAVISON -Latin Club 2, Publicity Chairman, Russian Club 3, 4, President 4, Senior Senate 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, History Club 3, 4, History Club Council 4, Program Chairman 4, Grittin Night Escort 4, J.A. 3, 4, Vice President 4, Hi-Y 4, President 4, Senior Spirit Club 4. JUANITA DAWSON-History Club 4, Co-op 4, J.A. 3, 4, Vice President 3, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3, Employed by Chester Products Inc. ARTHUR DENO-Sophomore Chorus 2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, President 2, Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, History Club 3, Senior Spirit Club 4, Employed by Albers. BETTY DOBBINS- Senior Choir 3, History Club 3. JAMES DODSWORTH-Spanish Club 2, 3, Grittin Night Escort 4, History Club 3, Open House Committee 3, 4, Employed by Worthmore Clothes Shop. LE ETTA DOWNEY-Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council 2, 4, Secretary 4, Safety Council 3, President 3, Junior Senate 3, Gritlin Night Court 4, History Club 3, 4, History Club Council 4, President 4- Office Worker 4, J.A. 4, Treasurer 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Devotions Chairman 3, Service Chairman 4, Em played by Walter's. CLYDE DOYLE-Sophomore Choir 2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Football 2, 4, History Club 4. JAMES IBEND EAGLE-Spanish Club 4, Basketball 2, 4, Baseball 2, His tory Club 4. -lt. """ 'O' H 5 any W i s 1ff... if ' A CHARLES EGELSTON-History Club 4. JEANETTE ENGEL-History Club 4 Employed by Mercy Hospital. THOMAS ETCHISON- Band 2 3 History Club 4. DENNIS EVANS-Tennis 3, 4, History Club 3, Senior Spirit Club 4. JOYCE EVERSOLE-History Club 4. CAROL FLYNN-Girls' Basketball 2, History Club 4, Co-op 4, J.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Variety Show 4, Employed by Lane Public Library. ELOISE FRIERSON-History Club 4. RAY FUERST-History Club 4, J.A. 4. BRUCE GASKINS-Latin Club 2, Senior Senate 4, Griflin Night Escort 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, History Club 4. GREGORY GASPAR-Transfer From Catholic High, History Club 4, J.A. 3, 4. PATRICIA GATES-History Club 4. DIANE GEIS- Yeorbook 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Latin Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Major 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Famous 100 3, Decorating Chairman of Grillin Night 4, Homecoming Floats 2, 3, Usher 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Worthy Advisor 4, Employed by Robinson Schwenn. if tm -.Q --v,-. . X ., A.:,.:.Q . si 2 . , is 232, I 3 '-I mi 5522? Ki 5 .. Wi? xy . ... f - 4.5 ,X '.,. W ,, Q . hy, ! . , , X.: E Zi ? BME ' .fi f Itlvn ' . E H :AI ' 1if???6i457t: A '," 1, X 4 'X . 911-13 Q SENIORS PETER GILLESPIE-Spanish Club 35 History Club 35 J.A. 4. JUDY GRAY-Honor Society 45 Safety Council 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Secretary 45 History Club 35 F.N.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 25 Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Feature Twirler 3, Head Maiorette 45 J.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 25 Usher 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. ADA GREEN-Newspaper 45 Senior Choir 45 Latin Club 25 Gritfetts 45 Famous 100 35 History Club 35 F.T.A. 45 J.A. 3, 45 F.N.A. 35 Griffin Night Decoration Committee 45 Usher 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Center Senior Club 4, President 45 Girls' Assembly 2, 3, 4, Queen 2, 3. CHARLOTTE GRIESSMANN-History Club 35 Future Nurses 25 Employed at Mercy Hospital 3, 4. GARY GRIESSMAN-History Club 35 V.l.C. 4. JOELDEAN GRIFFIN-History Club 4. PEARL GUILLIAMS-Griffin Night Court 45 Safety Council 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 History Club 35 Office Worker 45 Dramatics 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, lnterclub Council 45 Rainbow Girls 2. EMILY C. HACKER-Yearbook 45 Student Council 2, 45 Spanish Club 2, 45 J.A. 45 F.T.A. 45 History Club 45 Y-Teens 25 Employed by Kroger's. BARBARA HALE-History Club 45 G.A.A. 25 Y-Teens 25 Employed by the Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. CAROLYN HARRIS-History Club 35 Spanish Club 25 Safety Coun- cil Alternate 45 Oltice Worker 2, 3, 45 Y.F.C. 4, Secretary 4. PHIL HARRIS-History Club 45 Senior Spirit Club 45 DeMolay 3, 4. PAUL HARRISON-Sophomore Chorus 25 Senior Choir 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 45 J.A. 3, 45 Employed by Journal News. CHERYL HAVEN-Junior Senate 35 History Club 45 Y-Teens 45 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. GRANT W. HELTON-Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 History Club 4. ROBERT HERD-History Club 45 V.l.C. 4, GERALDINE HEROLD-Band 2, 3, 45 History Club 3. ROBERT A. HERRLEIN-Transfer from Catholic High5 Band 2, 35 Newspaper 25 Sodality 2, 35 History Club 45 .l.A. 2, 4. AURIE HICKS-History Club 4. SANDRA HICKS-Famous IOO Alternate 35 History Club 4. WINNIE HICKS-Safety Council 4, Publicity Chairman 45 Latin Club 25 Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 History Club 35 Gritiin Night Parade Committee 45 H0meC0mir19 H007 3: Home- room teams 2, 35 Usher 2, 3, 45 Gym assistant 4. CURTIS HILL- Spanish Club 25 Griffin Night Escort 45 History Club 45 Homeroom teams 2, 3, 4. SENIORS RICHARD HILL-Honor Society 3, 4, Vice President 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Treasurer 2, German Club 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3, Homeroom teams 3, Employed by Northend Market. VICTORIA HILL-Latin Club 4, Safety Coun- cil Alternate 2, 3, Girls' Basketball team 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Girls' Softball Team 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Bowling team 4, History Club 3, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 3, Junior Red Cross 2. FRANK HINKEL-V.l.C. 3, 4, History Club 4, Vocational Shop 3, 4. NEAL HITESHUE-History Club 4, Band 2, Orchestra 2. BARBARA HOLT-Sophomore Choir 2, Senior Choir 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Griffin Night Court 4, Senior Senate 4, History Club 3, Gymnastic Team 4, Griftetts 4, Dramatics Club 4, Home- room teams 2, 3, 4, Usher 2, J.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. DELORES HORNSBY-History Club 3, Homeroom teams 2. FRANCES HORTON-History Club 4, Co-op 4, Usher 2, Home- coming tloats 2. BRENDA HOSKINS-Student Council 2, G.A,A. 3, Girls' Basketball 3, History Club 4, Y-Teens 4. JANET HOSKINS -History Club 3, Homeroom teams 2, 3. DON HOWARD-Tennis team 3, 4, History Club 3, Senior Spirit Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ROSELLA HUBBARD-Student Council 2, 3, 4, President 4, Senior Choir 4, Senior Senate 4, Program chairman 4, Class Officer, Program Chairman 4, History Club 4, History Club Council 4, Famous TOO 3, Griftetts 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 4, Usher 2, 3, Office Worker 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Float 2, 3, 4, Griffin Night Court 4, J.A. 3, 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, Youth for Christ Club 2, 3. ELDON HUEY-Spanish Club 3, Latin Club 2, Football 2, J.A. 3, 4. MYRA HUFFORD-Student Council 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Junior Senate 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Civic Day 3, Homeroom Teams 4, History Club 3, Y-Teens 2, Job's Daughters 3, 4. JOE HUMES- History Club 4. GEORGE HUNDLEY-Vocational Shop 4, History Club 4. JUDY HUNT-Transfer from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Honor Roll 2, 3, Senior Choir 4, Griltetts 4, Library Assistant 4, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. LINDA HURST-History Club 4, Oftice Worker 3, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 3. LARRY HUTFLES-Sophomore Choir 2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Flip Twisters 2, 3, History Club 3, Senior Spirit Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Employed at Pabst Bottling Company. THOMAS lRVlN-Football 2, 3, 4, Flip Twisters 2, History Club 3, Senior Spirit Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3. SAMUEL IVINS-History Club 3, Employed by the Journal News. JOHN JANCO-Quill and Scroll 4, Yearbook 4, Latin Club 2, Stage Crew 3, 4, Proiec- tionist 3, 4, History Club 3. 1,- tv ,pn H? You-QSFQ 'mx F 'ml' NSW 'sf '27 Qnig i JAMES KAISER-Yearbook 4, Sophomore Choir 2, Senior Choir 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, J.A. 4, Employed by May-Sterns. SANDRA KEPPLER-Senior Choir 4, History Club 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4. THOMAS KNOX-Senior Choir 4, Spanish Club 2, Student Council 3, Football 3, 4, Baseball 2, Track 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, Open House Committee 4. SHARON LYNNE KORVER-Yearbook 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Secretory 4, Quill and Scroll 4, History Club 4, History Club Council 4, J.A. 3, Art Exhibit 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Griflin Night Decoration Committee 4, Employed by Gallagher Drugs. LINDA KRAMER-Spanish Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, History Club 4, J.A. 4, Intramural 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. JOYCE KUTH-Safety Council 2, Student Council 2, His- tory Club 3, Usher 2, Junior Red Cross 2, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, JERALDINE LACEY-Famous 100 2, 3, Co-captain 3, Grittetts 4, Captain 4, History Club 3, J.A. 4, Employed by Tendam's Gro- cery. JOHN LAKEMAN-Newspaper 4, Honor Society 4, Sopho- more Choir 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Senior Spirit Club 4. MICHAEL LAMB-Band 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Russian Club 3, 4, Safety Council 2, Track 4, History Club 4, W.G,H.S. Stott 4. BEVERLEY LANDRUM-History Club 4. MICHAEL LANEY-Band 2, 3, 4: HiSf0ry Club 4, J.A. 3, Employed by A. and W. Root Beer Stand. PEGGY LAWSON-History Club 3, Co-op 4, Em- ployed by Champion Paper and Fiber Co. l86l SENIORS CARL JEFFERS-Post-graduate Catholic High School. FRED JEN- NINGS-History Club 4. ARCHIE JOHNSON-Yearbook 4, Sports Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish 2, 3, President 3, Student Council 2, Class Otticer, Art Chairman 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, Homecoming Parade 3, Grittin Night Parade 4. BOBBIE JOHNSON-History Club 4, Co-op 4. HENRIETTA JOHN- SON-Senior Choir 3, History Club 4, Oflice Worker 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, F.T.A. 3. PRISCILLA JOHNSON-Yearbook 4, Layout Editor 4, Student Council 2, alternate 3, Safety Council 3, History Club 4, Art Exhibit 2, 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Grif- fin Night Decoration Committee 2, 3, 4. WILBERTA JOHNSON-History Club 4, Co-op 4, Y-Teens 2. HERSHELL JONES-Spanish Club 2, Student Council 3, Art Exhibit 3, 4, Junior Senate 3, Intramurals 3, V.l.C. 3, History Club 4, Employed by Triumph Motorcycle Sales. CHARLES JUDD -Band 2, 3, 4, Senior Senate 4, History Club 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4, W.G.H.S. Staff 4, Stage Crew 4, Employed by Marsh Shoes. YB. ?.'..ZfV 19- SENIORS PATRICIA LEHMAN-Sophomore Choir 2, Senior Choir 4, Maior- ette 2, Girls' Drill Team 4, Captain 4, Garfield Gymnastic Team 4, History Club 4, History Club Council 4. GARY LEIBROCK- Track 4, Flip Twisters 2, 3, 4, Garfield Gymnastic Team 4, History Club 3. LONNIE LEWIS--Vocational Shop 3, 4, History Club 4. SANDRA LEWIS-History Club 3, Co-op 4, Office Worker 2, Em- ployed by Robinson-Schwenn. SUE LICKLITER-Yearbook 4, Senior Choir 4, Student Council 3, Safety Council 4, Junior Senate 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Griffetts 4, History Club 4, J.A. 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Usher 3, Nurse Assistant 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Canteen Committee 3. CHARLES LINKOUS- History Club 4. ROBERT LINKOUS-History Club 4. CHARLENE LOTZ-History Club 3. ANN LOWE-Honor Society 4, Sophomore Chorus 2, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, Plays 3, 4, History Club 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 2, Library Assistant 3, Employed by J. C. Penny Co. 'Na' 05751. V Q99 fs., K , . 'X-f Ts if "Irs-ur, mf is-f GARY LOWE-Senior Choir 3, 4, Student Council 4, Junior Sen- ate 3, Spanish Club 2, Dramatic Club 4, Football 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 4, History Club 3, 4. SHARON MARCUM- Safety Council 2, 3, Class Officer, Secretary 2, 3, 4, Griffin Night Court 4, Famous 100 3, Griffetts 4, History Club 4, History Club Council 4, Usher 2, 3, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Open House Com- mittee 4. LINDA MARKSBURY-Lotin Club 3, President 3, Russian Club 4, Secretary 4, History Club 3, Office Worker 4, J.A, 3, Secretary 3, Employed by Grant's. JANET MAYS-Newspaper 3, Honor Society 4, History Club 4, Co-op 4, Usher 3, Employed by Board of Education. SHARON MCCLELLAN-Transfer from Notre Dame, Girls' Drill Team 4. STANLEY McCLOUD-Intramurals 2, 3, Basketball 4, Baseball 4, History Club 3. PATRICIA McFADDEN-Transfer from London, Kentucky, Girls' Basketball 4, History Club 4. WILLIAM MCGEORGE-Choir 2, 3, History Club 4. PATRICIA MCGILL-Griffetts 4, History Club 4. MARK McINTOSH-Intramurals 3, Baseball 4, History Club 3, Hi-Y 2. DOROTHY MCWHORTER-Famous I00 3, History Club 4, Co-op 4, Employed by Mercy Hospital. THOMAS MEARNS-Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, History Club 4. l87l Q9 .5 .,....,.,.. 1 ...... , .,. ...-..- me . V?.:1A5 ., Q 5? HJ 5 X" ? 41 ,JA . 1 1 ,iv 5 2 fix 'Q fijmi. S3 X is' x ,F Wil . .ima-fik ff R 51 7 fmiigfl K SENIORS MIKE MILIUS-Yearbook 45 Senior Senate alternate 45 Football 3, 45 History Club 35 J.A. 4. ALLEN MILLER-Latin Club 25 His- tory Club 45 Empolyed by Delany Paper Company. BARBARA MILLER-History Club 4. JOHN MILLER-History Club 45 Intramurals 4. DOROTHY MIN- NIFIELD-F.N.A. 35 J.A. 25 Y-Teens 2, 3. ROBERT MITCHELL- Band 25 Football 25 Stage Crew 45 History Club 4: J.A. 25 Civil Defense 4. ANDREA MOORE-Senior Choir 45 Latin Club 25 German Club 3, 45 Famous 100 35 History Club 45 Office Worker 45 Library Assistant 2, 35 F.N.A. 2, 3, 45 J.A. 3, Secretary 35 Girl's As- sembly 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cabinet Member 2. KATHRYN MORGAN-History Club 45 Girl's Basketball 2, 35 J.A. 35 Y.F.C. 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. DOUGLAS MORRIS- History Club 45 Employed by Coca Cola Bottling Company. JO MUNCEY-Sophomore Choir 25 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Employed by Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Company. BARBARA MUSCH- Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 Student Council 45 Griffetts 45 History Club 35 Usher 2, 3, 45 Dean's Assistant 45 Y-Teens 25 J.A. 2. WILMA NANTZ-History Club 35 Griffetts 4. ROBERT NATALI-Sophomore Choir 25 History Club 45 Employed by Home Federal Savings and Loan. JERRY NELSON--Latin Club 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Football Trainer 45 History Club 3. JOYCE NOES-G.A.A. 45 Griffetts 45 History Club 45 J.A. 35 Y-Teens 4. TED NORRIS-Latin Club 25 Junior Senate 35 Senior Senate 45 Class Officer, Vice President 2, President 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 History Club 35 Office Worker 25 Senior Spirit Club 4. ROBERT OGG-Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Football 45 Tennis 45 History Club 45 J.A. 45 DeMolay 4. DANIEL OTTEN-Choir 35 Spanish Club 25 History Club 3. JAMES PARKER--Safety Council 25 History Club 45 J.A. 25 Civil Defense 25 Y.F.C. 4, Treasurer 45 Employed by Purdy's. MAR- GARET PARKER-Newspaper 45 Latin Club 25 Safety Council 35 History Club 35 J.A. 35 Y-Teens 25 F.N.A. 35 Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 45 Employed by Liberal's. JAMES PARSLEY-History Club 45 Employed by A 8- P. SENIQRS MARY JANE PATTON-Sophomore Chair 25 Senior Chair 45 Year book 45 Newspaper 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Griffin Night Court 4 History Club 35 Stage Crew 45 F.T.A. 45 Grifletts 45 Y-Teens 2, 4 Girls' Assembly 2, 3, 4, Officer 4. PHYLLIS PENDERGRASS Sophomore Choir 25 History Club 45 Senior Choir 4. RITA PEN WELL-Senior Senate Alternate 45 History Club 35 Co-op 45 Y Teens 35 Employed by Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe Company. PHILIP PETERS-Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 45 J. A. 4. OPAL PHELPS-History Club 4. GERALD PHILLIPS-History Club 45 V.l.C. 4. WILMA PHILLIPS-Safety Council 25 History Club 45 Co-op 45 Employed by Jefferson Elementary School. DARRELL PHILPOT- Spanish Club 3, 45 Football Team 2, 45 History Club 45 Intramurals 2, 35 J. A. 4, NANCY POTTER-Honor Society 3, 4, Program Chairman 45 Safety Council 45 Latin Club 25 Russian Club 3, 4, Program Chairman 35 Girls' Basketball Team 25 History Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MARILYN PRIDGETT-Yearbook 45 Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 History Club 35 Grifletts 45 F.N.A. 35 Usher 2, 35 Grittin Night Committee 45 Center Senior Club 4. GLENN PURDY-Bancl 25 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Program Chair- man 45 History Club 45 Employed by Journal-News. JILL QUINN -History Club 4. DAVID RANGER-Latin Club 2, 35 History Club 45 J.A. 4. MORRIS REDDING-History Club 4. WILLIAM REBMAN-Flip Twisters 2, 3: Garfield Gymnastic Team 45 History Club 3. JAME REDNOUR-History Club 4. PAULINE REDNOUR-Quill and Scroll 45 Newspaper 45 Russian Club 45 History Club 45 Junior Red Cross 2. ARLETTA REED-History Club 4. HERMAN REED-History Club 45 History Club Council 45 Art Ex- hibit 2, 45 Civil Defense 2, 3: Y.F.C. 4. EDDIE RICHARDSON- History Club 45 V.l,C. 35 J.A. 4. PEGGY RICHARDSON-History Club 35 Co-op 45 Employed by Mercy Hospital. X.. Xa 'f fi as 2- I 94 ec I' ' an H, 5 U .e , i' ' ff w' 3 g 'II IiIi,'- 3 51 2 1 sox Z 5 . W' ff it ff . ""'T' ' N Q. x Ns 'K . :.s. I 4 ,S . 7 117 il E . hi' nl--5 Iii ,.,. NG? : M153 3 f 21 Wi W is J , f is... 'Q' 'laun- yy... .LL Fay 4233, 'Ora SUSIE SCHUCK-French Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, History Club 4, Oltice Worker 4, Gymnastic Team 4, J.A. 4, Rainbow 2, 3, 4. THOMAS SCHUTTE-Spanish Club 3, History Club 3, J.A.4. JUDY SCROGGINS-Transfer from Our Lady of Grace School, Marris- town, N. J,, Senior Choir 4, Office Worker 4. DENTON SELANDER-Honor Society 4, Senior Choir 4, Senior Senate 4, Latin Club 2, History Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Employed by the Avenue Pharmacy. ERNESTINE SHARP-Spanish Club 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, Girls' Tennis 2, 3, 4. SHARON SHELTON-Latin Club 2, History Club 3, Volleyball Team 2, G.A.A. 2, 3, J.A. 3. SUSANNE SINES-Newspaper 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Honor So- ciety 4, Student Council 4, Latin Club 2, French Club 3, 4, Sec- retary 4, History Club 4, Ottice Worker 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Griltetts 4, Y.F.C. 3, 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. LOIS SIPLE-Senior Senate 4, History Club 4, Griftetts 4, Y-Teens 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Employed by Fort Hamilton Hospital. BETTY SMITH-History Club 4, Co-op 4, Employed by Hamilton Tool Company. CAROLYN SMITH-History Club 3, Y-Teens 2. DIANNE SMITH- Yearbook 4, Latin Club 2, History Club 3, Griftetts 4, G.A.A. 4, Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, J.A. 4. PRISCILLA SMITH-Student Council Alternate 2, Safety Council 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, History Club 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basket- ball Team 3, 4, Y.F.C. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, J.A. 4, Sales Manager 4, Employed by Capital Dry Cleaners. wo SENIORS ALLEN RITZIE-Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, History Club 3, J.A. 3, 4. JAMES ROACH-Vocational Shop 3, 4, History Club 4. WlLLlE ROBERTS-Football 2, History Club 4. DONNA ROOT-History Club 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 2, 3, Usher 2, 3, Co-op 4, Employed by Black-Clawson. MADELON ROSENSWEIG-Newspaper 4, French Club 3, Vice President 3, Latin Club 3, 4, History Club 3, History Club Council 3, Play 3, 4, Drill Team 4, Y-Teens 2. DORIANNE ROWE-History Club 4, Grifietts 4, J.A. 3. PAULETTE SAMPLES-History Club 4, Co-op 4. LINDA SCHERRER -Honor Society 4, History Club 4, Griftetts 4, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, J.A. 3, 4, Rainbow Girls 2. JERRY SCHRICHTE-Basketball 3, History Club 4, J.A. 2. SENIORS GERTRUDE SPENCE-History Club 35 J.A. 45 F.T.A. 35 Employed by Mercy Hospital. DAVID STAFFORD-Sophomore Chorus 25 Spanish Club 2, 35 History Club 45 Usher 2, 35 Employed by Kroger's. PEGGY STEWART-Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 45 Blue Aires 35 History Club 45 Usher 25 J.A. 45 Y.F.C. 2, 3, 45 Employed by Wilmur's. THOMAS STONE-Yearbook 45 Spanish Club 35 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Intramurals 2, 3, 45 History Club 45 J.A. 2, 3, 4, Safety Director 2, Production Manager 3, President 4. JUANITA SULLIVAN-History Club 4: Library Assistant 45 Griffetts 45 J.A. 4. WENDELL SWEET- Sophomore Choir 25 Spanish Club 25 History Club 4. ARTHUR TEPKER-Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 History Club 45 Civil Defense 2. EARL TEWART-Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 35 History Club 45 Office Worker 3. JERRY THOMPSON-Foob ball 25 History Club 35 J.A. 25 Employed by Kroger's. X VIRGINIA LEE THOMPSON-History Club 45 J.A. 45 Employed by Jesse Kay Nursery. GWYNDOLYN CAROL TIPTON-News- paper 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 45 Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 Blue Aires 35 Latin Club 2, Program Chairman 25 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 45 Alternate Cheerleader 45 History Club 35 Honor Society 45 Usher 2, 35 Civic Day 2, 35 Garfield Radio Show. SHARON TROWBRIDGE-Transfer from Lawrence- ville Twnsp., Indiana5 Newspaper 45 Library Assistant 45 History Club 45 Job's Daughters 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. 4. MARGIE TURNER-Student Council 2, 3, 45 History Club 45 Famous 1oo 3, Griffetts 4, usher 4, Y-Teens 2. CAROL ANN Tussev- History Club 45 Co-op 45 Employed at Harrison School. JAMES UTSLER-History Club 4. JUDY VICORY-Transfer from Notre Dame5 Newspaper 25 History Club 35 Girl's Volleyball Team 2, 3. DAVID VIDOUREK-History Club 45 J.A. 4. EDWARD VON STEIN-Spanish Club 2, 35 His- tory Club 4. ALBERT WAGERS-Safety Council 25 Latin Club 2, President 25 Spanish Club 25 Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 45 History Club 45 Employed by the Boy's Club. DORIS WAGNER-History Club 35 Co-op 4. JACK E. WALKER-Sophomore Choir 25 Senior Choir 3, 45 Blue Aires 35 Orchestra 45 Band 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Music Librarian5 Spanish Club 2, 35 History Club 4. 911 ,QL 'Hsu 164 WV! l92l SENIORS KENNETH WELLS-Spanish Club 3, Class Officer, Publicity Chair- man 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 4, Track 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, J.A. 4, Employed by Kuertz Grocery. MILDRED WELLS-Latin Club 2, Junior Senate 3, Student Council 2, 4, Griftetts 4, Safety Council 3, Secretary 3, History Club 3, His- tory Club Council 3, Y.F.C. 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Y-Teens 3, Usher 2, 3. RANDOLPH WERTZ-Senior Choir 4, Student Council 4, Safety Council 2, Class Officer, Program Chairman 2, Griffin Night Escort 4, History Club 4, History Club Council 4, Office Worker 2, Hi-Y 2, 4, Vice President 2, Secretary 4, Hi-Y Council 4, President 4, Senior Spirit Club 4. LE DALE WEST-History Club 4, Co-op 4, Office Worker 2, Y- Teens 4, Employed by Mosler Safe Co. FRED WHITE-Vocational Shop 3, 4, History Club 4. EARL WHITESIDE-Spanish Club 3, Class Officer, Treasurer 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, History Club 4. HELEN WHITT-Maiorette 2, History Club 3, Office Worker 4, Girls' Drill Team 4, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4, Employed by Kuertz Grocery. SUE WIEGAND-Transfer from Notre Dame, History Club 4. DAVID WILKERSON-Flip Twisters 2, 3, Garfield Gym- nastic Team 4, History Club 4, Library Assistant 2, Employed by Kroger's. GLADYS WILLIS-History Club 3. SONJA SUE WILLIS-History Club 4, Ofiice Worker 3, Employed by Mercy Hospital. WANDA WINSTED-Griffetts 4, History Club 3. SANDRA WISECUP-Newspaper 4, Assistant Business Manager 4, Senior Choir 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Secretary 2, Safety Council 4, Secretary 4, History Club 3, Junior Red Cross 2, Usher 2, Variety Show 4, Play 4, Griffin Night Pa- rade Committee 4, J.A. 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Interclub Council 2, 3, Rainbow Girls 2, 3, 4. PETER WOLFINBARGER-Honor Society 4, Senior Senate 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, History Club 3, Y.F,C. 4, Baseball 4. MILDRED WOODS-History Club 4. DALE WRIGHT--Baseball 2, Football 4, History Club 4. JUDY YORK-History Club 4, Employed by State Farm Insurance Co. BETTY YOUNG-Spanish Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Famous 100 3, Griftetts 4, History Club 3, Usher 2, Griffin Night Stage Commit- tee 4, J.A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Play Stage Crew 4. MICHELE ZERR-Newspaper 4, Page Co-editor 4, Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Senate alternate 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Student Council 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, 4, Girls' Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Grifietts 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, President 4, Griffin Night Athletic Field Committee 4, Chairman 4. ADVERTISERS' SUPPORT GIVES US A FINER BOOK On behalf ot the staff of the Garfield ANIM and the entire student body of the Garfield Senior High School, we wish to express our heartfelt thanks to our many advertisers who so graciously placed their ads in our 1960 class yearbook. We sincerely hope that the students will show their appreciation and patronize these places of business. l93l Kongrafufafiomi psf V.5Vv-Q, L-ff5VVv U- fur.. N- Xiib Q-"Smal 1 kk 'Q - K' C F 5 1 UID ,lwcfifc MKQQCW. u OX I wx . ' I K' f . 9 2 'xi' ,fag V1 0 EDUCA TYON A CONYYNUOUS PROCESS A T CHAMPION The Champlon Paper and Flbre Company HAMILTON OHIO Y mf? ive La diffdrencef GRADUATE TO COCA-COLA . . . be really refreshed! RE STYLING CLEANING REPAIRING RE LINING LOCAL COLD STORAGE VAULT Kongrafu fafiofzj Qwzczluufing NS-Qniorj 772.019 Evil-u1e,w,, ,uw 536 Jkafm greg! ,710 4-9272 Hamilton TW 2-4294 Mddl GA 2 6071 9 ASQW S ROOT-BEER STAND IEWELERS Sz OPTICIANS ERIE 243 HIGH STREET Q t g 5 6 HAMILTON, OHIO 2 L E E X HWY I X If S1 ts 3 N t 53 44: 'ft fi, 3 fx.. N fJ ,Li 'v Qt X xl 7 x RQ' x' 'Ng iz' E Y N- .X J . ,XXX 3 . W: UNYR lf LE, Ji mt X4 was ,5 ' ' wa Q if into S 3 it .QT 9 V sxi X9 4 X h Xi .5 t-E x if mx A QX N. -N QNX 'x X It takes a friendly organization working without pretense to make the day's work worth doing. And the day's work has to be worth doing if superior castings are to be produced year after year. This superior quality and the growth of the company depend on the growth of the individual. Good com- pensation and employee benefits, on-the-job training and coop education programs, insurance and retirement benefits are all part of the stability and growth of Hamilton Foundry. We would enjoy hearing from you if you would like to learn more about Hamilton Foundry. Address your letter to Mr. Peter E. Rentschler, President, and ask for an appointment. v HAIVIILTO FOUNDRY, 1551 LINCOLN AVENUE ' HAMILTON, OH!O ' 'l'VVinbrcOk 5-749 DOB " Y 1 Soles ond Service Compliments of DU DLEY HEATING on VENTILATING 3010 Dlxle Hnghwoy TVV 4 9474 'cc' W dr 6nLCOtt .SZMAO 624 ,054 .STM UW 3 2559 Qu l,l.a!l0l'l,f W A1195 Dfffalfj ,fi wb .J Y Tag ,441 "r,.f JW ,.. X14 ""' AMA Q14 '99, 6? -Puff Qyiwff i ...J 1' 'W JM If-53' 'X ESE ,QQ SJQQXQE gy Xu. x if nj Q., xx 1 'aff 4 24. if! X Compliments of mkler, Ranck, and Beegllly Archufecfs A I A OMPLIM TS 0 J.f....A.,. 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Garfield High School - Anim Yearbook (Hamilton, OH) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Page 78

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