Geneva High School - Aquila Yearbook (Geneva, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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Nr. Q aw -it Sw eff Arnold Sklclmore D1x1e Tellmg EDITOR CO EDITOR Through the deep caves of thought I hear a volce that smgs Buuld thee more stately mansrons O my soul As the swuft seasons rolll Leave thy low vaulted post' Let each new temple nobler than the last Shut thee from heaven wrth o dome more vast TIII thou at length art free Leavmg thine outgrown shell by lute s unrestnng seal OI Iver Wendell Holmes l QC -559 X 11 1' I 1 Bob Sargent Rxchard Chxlds Mike SIPCS ACTIVITIES EDITOR PHOTO EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER I I - E Q , ' K . 5 '. if 35 gtg' Qin : If " , -'Z gf? fx f f: I we ? w ifi' ' I ' I I I I I I . . . , . I 1 , , H2-I .I f f 'Q f I' J , Q S' :dt " , li! A ' .r. 'V ' I O I W": 1 B ,.f xv- L, A -1 ' 1 -if I. A f , S , ' lq kgfrf I I 'ff if :Wx-i,f Nah ,L W h, 12. M FACULTY EDITOR Mary Spencer SENIOR CLASS EDITORS Mary Shimandle - Roger Craig SNAPSHOT ED. Reta Fuller - Mitzi Drought CLASS WILL Janet Wachsmuth - Ray Ellis TYPISTS Dot Karbe - Lou Evans - Mary Evans L Photography by ART TAYLOR Cam Mchiahan - Janice Love - Thresh CLASS PROPHECY Sharon Cowger - Pat Pellissier ART EDITORS Joan Jambor - Arlene Meyers SPORTS EDITORS SENIOR AQUILA SALESMEN POP. POLE T UNDERCLASS ED ' - Wilt Barb Beatty Jack G .448-1 E it 4,,N 495 C44 K5 X G Aquna Sraff Dedxcauon Admrrusuauon Facuh Seruors Senxor WM Prophec Drary Hrstory Popularrty Poll Senxor Snapshors Undercrassmen Acuvxues Queen s Court Sports Band Crubs Snapshots Senror Acuvmes Patrons 5' PRES El CONTENTS ff' X g j f 1,1-f" J fl'-' S! ff""""N, QM pae page Page a ae ae ae ae ae ae 36 32 a Page Page Page page Page Page Page ,41- " gi f' P 1 N s W N P P 1 fx. Pu of 4' 5 P I NX P. I .......................... S K P P P Q.1ZZ11ZZZTQZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZ122 EL '4 ............................. .pg 30 N My - ..... . .. ..... A .... ' pl y Bah? Pictures. . P.'.P. ........,. 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P. 1351 P I f 5 PP 1 K N ,. l p g I I I 4 '-Q 3 by If DEDICI-lTl0 '.."'!".-"rr SENIOR S year ns one of fleetmg moments and class prolects The effort put forth by a class can often be wasted because of lack of guldance The class of l956 has obtained success through the efforts of the flnest sponsor a Sensor class has ever had As a teacher sponsor, and frlend she rates above anyone who has ever been asso clated wrth the progress of our hugh school career She attended all our actrvrtles and opened her home to us and our rampagung party goers We have grown to respect her advuce and wusdom Therefore we fund at only flttnng to dedzcate our work, and our ambttlon to Mrs Traub 4 fo help build our minds our Superintendent c4, IVE fh Board of Education 056. Mr T C Barley Mrs M Cook Mr A McCall 5 fi' 'ws l g I. X 4 It X t ' ut ' X -2: t 5, , , Mr. I.Dean, Mr. A.Spafford, Mr. R.Barr, Mr. E.Spiegal TO THE CLASS OF 1956 stone on the road of lrfe Whether you turn back tarry or move forward wall be your decrsron You have traveled 4 through a great perrod of our hrstory the Second World War with the task of reburldlng the devastated nations and remakang the peace if the desire for progress and growth burns In our hearts Tame and events are constantly on the move History as in the makung Let us move forward an the spurlt to make ltfe worthwhile and to make the world a better place to D J Ccton fhe Administration Him by l Mmme O L-1- 2 Cook Beverly Vuronf 6 and fhe F aculfy nur 5 E 5'-3 V' h W R . wif A f 1 Q ' g n . L I 35 JAMES L. AYERS K Wes: Virginia U. Fairmont State M.S, in Phys. Ed. 4 B, A, in Ed. American History Gen. Science H 1 1 E iyfy, f W 'tgjn 6- 'M-:JS , wi' wif? 4,1 A I EDGAR R. DARLING Wittenburg College a,s, Boys' Phys. Ed. ff? pa? ff1f'9ffU7' gfx!v4' ,ga fv- iy -., 'EF' HELEN CANFIELD Ohio State U. B, S, Home Economics nosrs1.LA CARROLL b Lincoln Memorial U, Gen ness Pm!! . ' U13 Svph- Higlkh ' P A-.' I B, If dkfv A 3' LUCILLE A. DUKE MI. Union College B. A. Economic Geog, World History ELENA GLORIA DOCCOLO Psychology Kent State U , if Family Living KB. S, oi' ,.. 1 .JL-'E cms' Pnyeoqdi Q keep K . ,, .. ,ui fhings working smoofhl y, .... f' T G A,M Soilth Dakota College U. of Minnessld Kent State U. B. S. Metalworking Woodworking HUFFMAN Ohio Slate U. B.S. '7xh and 8th Science 3 W MY l JV, . RUTH HOLDEN Oberlin College U. of Chicago B.A. 'lth Grade Geography Sth Grade History V, Y R 'QF' fm f? G v 'Wi 51 4 'Glo ,es n Q ANDREW FONDRIK Geneva College Miami U. B.S. Driver's Education llcalth Rio Grande College Kent State U. Ohio U. B.S. Algebra - Geometry Gen. Math Trig. sfraighf . Mx 4' O ff ie. ff ff! 7' ,Nj MARY MANSOUR West Vugmia U M Junior En hah 8 3611101 Enghsh French lr Q3 'YN W' .4 If if B.A.- .A. A' . ff .i mi' Kent State U. B. S. Typing - Shorthand Office Practice Business Law Economicx ,.,. 'NI I 'Tiff Kem Stare U. B. S. 9th English Lazm www. WZ. ,gg-,:,,. - 'f's f City College 1 W--f B.A. flth.-8:'8th.-English . R D PALLANTE B,S, Vfgf-Mi a.L:w14,u W 'ik , , 4 1' O R K wx MARJORIE PERO 4-nk.. Ohio State U gin' X' buf' Bxology '7th He alth .,,.Q-as dw wif JOHN SHERMAN Waynesburg College U of Pmsburgh Edmboro State Teachers College CHARLES F ROTAR In Dana Schnol of Mano of An Math Yonngsrmm College B M an Ed In High Chou " 'HW and on IO . fx gglbs Bowling Green U. Oklahoma A. 81 M, Wesiem Reserve Kent State U. Health - Speech fhe level. QM, W' V Kem State U. 8, S, Business Arithmetic Sociology Civics 4 Y, SCOTT TARLETON Fairmont State Cqllege B. A. Mechamcal Umm-.5 1 ' Phys. Ed. ' Q-90 ALICE WARD U. of Colorado Kem Suse U. B.A. 7th Graek English Ir. High Math COMMITTEE STEERING 0 -2,521 v a 9 WS' Enter to lecrn Flower Wh. go forth to serve --.H-,,-L -4-nl E IS M Spencer rl-JS Treos D Karbe ec Skldmore res Colors Orchid ond White I3 fe Rose Ep. F-, r r XE.PII',- . A. ' . l . . t P . S . 4 VK we e df' 1 K N Kr X I ,ig D Q V Ov 8 4401J,0ro'7 4-A ""Illu.,,, on Q 'o oeoo oY fx Q' QQ TIME JP! -up-. ff Albert Arley Bluss 55 X6 es Jo 66 Pia Jliep r 690 oo I4 60 O6 c er' 46,9 0,76 QQYNDNI 9,52 S ,ff .90 ...pl Q. if f' ll 1 ll if 42 x .9- Rnchord Glenn Childs Doc X 93' NW Moe 0 ,906 J vig OC el' I X ' ,9 0 wx ,Bo0y Co cw C 61 6 X0 U D,-od I 5 P' 1 X Msg if OXO ,FQ ox X 0 lhnxims s Q muh I S N 1 ig. ,N ' K? 9, ,A . '71 C' Jlfh olre I NPQW 1 1 :J Roger Ronald Crong o O44 0 'Snow 00 vloetd bw gfh qg ,Q 1 oY vxxx-LK ood 5 ,lo nl V. 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XXOYA 'Dc .R N6-'CX 'U xi 9 ix 1, e e xx X px ' , 1 A Q 5 .. , Ex f I QM 2 -N A 7 V5 s ,, . ,, ' J X! 4, 4 - , X, k V All 5, , ' 47' 00 M h G xo 5 " I' I c 0 ICA Cor "'e we x y -3 4' lil. vvovvvvvw ,g. owown-91 Roger Lawrence Muller Roger W f e q ,, 115' 5 , er e Heder- 'ffwfg :KV 'bp pin 44 Nxeoe Tepxxeoe . Q s X ff 6 T 5 5 - NP' Z 5 H T rf' , I I Ii ,L f I I' 'V , amz' ' 8 f O,oS1' Pvera X odxse 'leo X, ,x 'Q fl p Go! Vex ep 1, efc No "fm, 21 430 of X x 0 Q0 porn pe!! A ggufguwlf' ,fill efxd 6 Q oi 9 doe Raj Nadi l Roy Tom Rutter om 22 .F waaszuav 442 'LEM' ka wg G 04 OU,-Ye S On, C6 f A 5 f 7 " .wt A , ' . ff ,M ,,,,A 1 .fl L Wk km 4, z .- ' v , 1910 Je V, Xiww Yxox Il 'kslbr A 'A O 'x xNK'0 Q YU Mg ,, ,W WX K .H f' QQ f' rfqg-N 'Q , ,qz K? A ,VVM k nw K , f if A :IT u ' 4 R f f , I ' J Soiggixx Jqyhel . of ,YN 9 'il , 1 'S GUI War? 6 Q 6 13068 oyfe S Q I, xx 3 3 fans: W" 4 O id Carl Wayne Shoulls Snatch e . Mk 4 :A XG ' ": 9 od Rod Pk Sf, 23 QYN 50 AM? Q05 l g- 'D AQ o efpef 1 6' lp Gs SV-xamox 6 ' A 2 006 N To 'gf 'l!::'v 'J E- Mary Lelta Spencer Rufe QW09 e 40' Ov-Kew vi 51 004' 09 ,Qld en 24 , A P- f , ' J mf, A Y' .www S. u h 0 P X MM., I - ' ' o , X v ' D U ' W 0 . U QM Y! fs..-9' '7 f, f H ii V -2' 5 5 'Q . f.,,, K, ,, 6 .. 90. . bl' n S lr ey 4 ,020 lf! 4000 vffxk vi' WW X -0 fi Nm if Janet Frances Wochsmufh on Lf .10 ex 0 6 ev wo 6 6 xx O . oix xx of ,I 25 Jo Qc 4 1 f 1' s 1 W' K 69 f ei 1,000 xg 0 1- vow xNo R Wow . Xb Y' .X gxowe ,xvcxdxoe I' S ,Wo I ffe G eorr yo 9e,, bf Onsky E, the class of i956 in 64 individual and distinct parts, being f j about to pass from the corridors of G. H.S. in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained memory, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this valuable document, our last will and testament. We hereby revoke all former wills or promises carelessly spoken, one to another, Mary Baron-wills her natural curly hair to some un- fortunate Jr. Barbara Beatty-wills her hot Ii s to a cold lipper lpreferably a trumpet player? Albert Bliss-wills his seat and desk to Ben Forbes Delbert Bliss-wills his locker to Ben Fobes Jim Braat-wills his blue eyes to Donna Freede Mickey Branham-wills his ability to talk to Bob Costello Diana Burgett-wills her favorite seat behind the Driver's Training wheel to Linda Evans Doc Childs-wills his ability to milk cows to Spike Wellman Cynthia Colucci-wills her long black hair to lnez Thom son P Bob Conrad-wills his locker in the second floor rest- room to Bill Saunders Jim Covell-wills his Model A to Mr. Ekern Sharon Cowger-wills her three cent stamps to next year's senior who writes daily to a soldier Roger Craig-wills his front seat in "Chief's" chem- istry class to Dave Peterson Marilyn Drought-wills her ability to know where she's going to Mr. Rotar Ray Ellis-leaves nothing, he's taking her with him Louise Evans-wills her long blonde hair to Made- leine "Crewcut" Nye Mary Lea Evans-wills her iob in Mr. Caton's office to some lucky Jr. Reta Fuller-wills her seat in Civics class to some future senior Dick Glazier-wills the pitter-patter of his little by us at any time heretofore. Mike McHugh-wills his seat with the crumbs in Home Room 29 to Al Rose John McMahan-wills "Dig Out" to Coach Fondrick Robert McMahan-wills Power Series 61 to Bob Virant Arlene Meyers-wills her paint brush in art class to Mr. Sherman ar anyone who wants it Roger Miller-wills his Ford to Sam Kessler Eleanor Orosz-wills her senior problems to her broth- er Ronnie Bev Pelcarsky-wills her small feet to Phyllis Pellissier Pat Pellissier-wills her naturally curly hair to any straight haired iunior Dave Phillips-wills his parking place to whoever gets there first Grace Rae-wills her big appetite to Mr. Pallante and Mr. Rotar Tom Rutter-wills his parking place in front of school to some future student in need of one Bob Sargent-wills the seven man sled to a long crunch- I ing trip down the iagged walls of Grand Canyon Jane Schwartz-wills her "48" Nash convertible to the gang in the class of "57" Gayle Scott-wills her so called crying towel and wat- er bucket in chemistry class to Geraldine Zawada Phil Seaman-wills his ability to avoid gym class to Jock Zimmerman Carl Shaulis-wills his curly hair to Blair Willis Mary Ann Shimandle-wills her seat on bus No. 2 to next year's seniors who will ride that bus, to fight over Arnold Skidmore-wills a thousand and one headaches of being both class president and Aquila editor to feet echoing down the hall to Jack Zimmerman ei senior Gerald Grimaldi-wills his ability to sleep in study X1 rnie Sil "Mills his shop ability to Poppy hall to Jock Zimmerman 'Hiire"S'ipes-wills a seat in Solid Geometry class to Rosemary Griesmer-wills the ioy of acting on a new Dick Warner stage to future aspiring Thespians Mary Spencer-leaves "The Toothpick" fherPiccolol for Gwenn Hyslop-wills her beach towel to Mr. Pallante future tuba and bass drum players tocarry for practice Joanne Jambor-wills her seat in art class to the fu- ture art students Shirley Jeppe wills her seat in Biology class to any senior who has an extra credit to make up Dorothy Karbe wills Mr Kochera and his perpetual love of pigs to future aspiring chemists Dixie Telling-wills her, oh sorry- she's taking that engagement ring with her Earl Trlden willshnsabllrty togetoutofwork to Dick Warner Shirley Tiller wlllsall tabulattanproblemstoMr Kuhl Frank VanDevender wills his parking place In front of Dawn Kalozi wills her quietness 'P to Inez Thompson school to any boy who has a Plymouth who doesn t need it Marleen Wareham wills all her old books to her sister Doug Keener wills his low slung levls to anyone Judy crazy enough fo wear fhem Janet Wachsmuth wills her driving ability to Sharon Dale Lehman wills his desk In mechanical drawing to Adolph Neuman Damon Lister wills all his excess hair to Poppy Janice Love walls her athletic ability to any person who needs it Fred Marlett wills his love of Mr Kochera to the rumor class and those after Patrick Nancy Jo Whitman leaves her locker by the door t some unfortunate rumor Jack Walt wills his Bass Drum sticks to Andy Catano Elaine Wright wills her position in band to anyone who needs It when there IS a solo George Yoblonsky wills the new school to all the Arlene McClelland wills her pencil stubs from Book lucky kids that 90 fl""0U9h li keeping class to future Bookkeepers To our Junior and Senior advisors, Miss Morrow, Mr Darling, Mrs Traub and Mr Uphoff, we leave our good wishes and thanks for their help and guidance May our presence forever echo ln the halls of Geneva High School To Mr Barley and Mr Catan we leave the good will of the entire class 4' 52 fe: ft F it li :tt tl l. t w V lit' t t ,if 1 - ,u , H H . fs. 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" -'C -o - " -, 'u lp It fl' A L A ' 3' of ' Cl l k 27 fftszfx 'Y 'X 0 X on f I ,par-xx XA ,ics S ,J PRCPHECY HESE facts you are about to read are true The names are not changed to protect the lnno cent Our names are Sharon Saturday Cowger and Pat Friday Pellussuer We re invest: gators for the F B I Our scheme to find each member s racket The first place where we found ourselves wandering was Rutter s Private Enterprises The boss, none other than Tom Rutter and his private secretary, Dorothy Karbe, are trying to fund a way for everyone to make more money Following the sound of Shirley Tiller s latest blues record we found ourselves at Bob Sar gent s Disc Jockey show He has a special show on T V with his guest star, this week being the second Sophie Tucker Barbara Beatty When we wandered into the next building, we thought there was some commotion gomg on but we saw lt was only Gayle Scott and Arnold Skidmore teaching their latest dance The Romp Around We thought we would take in a fashion show next Some of the models were Reta Fuller Eleanor Oroz, and Mary Baron Their clothes were designed by the Great Madame Cynthia Coluccl Starring at the Palace Theatre In New York, were Rosemary Griesmer as the everlovmg Annie, and John McMahon as the bug handsome Frank, ln Annie s Got Her Gun After three hours of Investigating we decided to rest and listen to the ball game between the Indians and the Yankees Doc Childs pitched for the Indians whale Bob Cam McMahan pitched for the Yankees We turned the news on to learn that Louise Evans had lust com pleted swimming the English Channel Also in the news was Jack Wilt, the great scientist for his discovery of a way to end all wars We went next to vlstt Fred Marlett s Laboratory He was working on his latest lnventlon, the convertible space ship The next place we found ourselves was the biggest hospital In New York We found Mary Lea Evans in the reception room and learned that Jane Schwartz was the Superintendent of Nurses We saw that some of the nurses were from Geneva Shirley Jeppe, Nancy Jo Whit man and Janice Love Then we talked to the Chief of Staff, Frank VanDevander, and learned that some of the doctors there were Bob Conrad and Dale Lehman . Whale we were talking, some ambulance attendants brought in a patient. We were surprised to learn that it was Damon Lister. He had lust been hit by a low flying saucer. Now it was time to board a plane for California. We arrived early in the day so we had plenty of time. We found Grace Rae's Beauty Shop doing pretty good business. But her com petitor, Elaine Wright, wasn't far behind, with her specialty being the best manicures. 28 5 8 o 'WA 41 X A 9 1 - Q3 , Q f .4 ff t . 0 f . , . g ' X W - xv g - X . L X X G U oo X Y 'Q T dll 'lb QQ ' r . ,M A This case we've been assigned to involves investigating all the members of the class of 1956. . . . . . . . . . I . . . - I 0 I . I I in I I Marleen Wareham and Beverly Pelcarsky are running a Travelmg Camp for teenagers Thus summer they wlll be goung to Florida on horseback The horses were donated to them by Mlckey Branham s dude ranch Next, we vnslted the busy recreation part of Callforma where we found Glalzer s skatlng rank, managed by Dawn Kalozl We ate at the Purple Cow whlch was owned by Arlene McClelland and Dianne Burgett Jlm Covell IS now the manager ofa lulce factory ln California We found many of G H students there fErnle Sill, Albert and Delbert Bluss, Make McHugh and Jlm Braat Also In Callforma IS Ray Ellls who owns a large Real Estate Agency Hts pruvate secretary IS Janet Wachsmuth Dave Phllllps owns a gas station Hrs speclallty flat tures He has two well experienced mechanlcs Roger Muller and Jerry Grlmaldl Carl Shaulus us the owner of over 50 cham stores Some of hrs managers are Mlke Snpes and Matz: Drought We were then ready to leave for Paris When we got there we toured the Art Museum and found that most of the palntlngs were euther by Arlene Meyers or Joanne Jambor They have be come very well known In Parts Whlle stall In Paras we learned that Gwenn Hyslop had her book published It was titled Af ter Ten Years Touring Europe When we flmshed our mlsslon In other states and countries we decided to come back to Gen eva We arrived here the next day The talk of the town now seems to be about Roger Craug s purchase of the Recreatnon Center for S90 000 nn cash Doug Keener I5 very busy at his lob of managing the Center We also learned that the former Dlxle Tellnng won the Mrs Ameruca contest One of the ludges was Earl Tnlden After all thus news we went to the hugh school to see what changes had been made there The biggest change was the fact that a woman had become band director and at was none other than Mary Spencer Then we heard the wall of volces under the dlrectlon of the new cholr director Elizabeth Woodfaulk We went unto many dnfferent class rooms where we learned that George Yoblonsky was teaching psychology, and Mary Ann Shlmandle was teachung gunlor and sensor Englnsh We went to the office to fund Phul Seaman slttung behlnd the Supermtendent s desk This as the end of the lnvestugatuon We report that all the above people are safe sane and collected and nt wull be safe for all other people to assocnate wnth them 9 x f wnfx 2 9 . . w I .. ' .. . .I ' . 'IIS' 1 if iam A-xx AGES of the ages--that is what the huge, dusty manuscript of Aquila Diaries of the past years should very def- initely be called. Numerous hours of hard, enduring labor were set aside by each staff to endeavor the comple- tion of each individual Aquila. As l leafed through the various, yellowish-colored pages, my eyes fell upon a page that brought back memories of the Aquila of 1956. That particular staff worked diligently with o specific goal in mind . The following documentary sheets is how the pages lay before me :Ar- ti! Dear Diary May 16, 1955 A book IS about to be born y 25 1955 Today brought forth another The class of 1956 has elected Arnold Skid meeting of the Staff A question of wheth more to be faced with the many headaches er to have formal or informal senior pic of an Editor Dixie Telling was chosen to tures was discussed and the decision was ln assist him as Assistant Editor Three other formal A drawing of the new school was malor offices Business Manager, Activities a suggestion for the inside front and back Editor, and Photo Editor were fulfilled by cover An arrival of another problem faced Mike Srpes, Bob Sargent, and Doc Childs Us the cover however nothing was de respectively clded Doc suggested that we rearrange the po MGY 20 1955 The Sfdrflhg flve met In srtron of the baby pictures for distinguishing h Art room this evening Mr Sherman purposes explained the importance of being an Ed :tor and also of putting out a good year May 26 1955 The Staff assembled into book After several hours of gazing room 21 for a meeting We were Informed through stacks of old annuals, they se that a new cover was almost out of the lected a staff of ambitious and willing an question A new dye would cost us about workers ER S175 but the money problem did not stop us We were determined to have the great May 24 1955 The entire Aquila Staff J'7'?rfr est book ever All material must be handed met today to begun the seemingly endless into Arnold on or before January 15 The book The Aquila Staff is consistent of on Feb 15 or It will cost us S200 more the starting fave Art Editors Arlene The staff will meet again ln September Meyers, Joanne Jambor Senior Editors Mary Ann Shumandle Roger Craig, Sports Sept 6 1955 Editor, Arnold Skidmore, Editors Janice Love, Robert McMahan drew up a schedule of deadlines concerning John McMahon, Faculty and Admnmstra all articles to be published un the Aquila tion Mary Spencer, Dave Phillips Snap e schedule was arranged as follows shots Reta Fuller, MITZI Drought Class Sept Decision on inside cover Will Janet Wachsmuth, Ray Ellis, Class Sept Cover design 8. color Prophecy Pat Pelllssler, Sharon Cowger Oct Class Prophecy Class History Rosemary Grresmer Typlsts Oct Class Wall Mary Lea Evans, Louise Evans, Dorothy Oct Faculty 8- Administration Karbe, Popularity Poll Barbara Beatty, Nov Baby Pictures Assistant Activities Editor Gwenn Hyslop Nov Snapshots Class Officers Jack Wilt Aquila Diary Nov Sports 1st Edition Yours truly, Gayle Scott so Q Q l I ui H D fl i TN ll 1 .. . u . n . . .. 5 . D . . 3 - - ll ll ' ll. 1 I - 1 1 my " I " . ll' u ru. - I - n ' - ll ' ' l . . . . . . . I t e ' ' . . ' . . . . - J . . - 1 . , - . n . ,R -vm . I . 2, . 4,5 , D , ' ,NYM . ' - i but greatly anticipated work on our year- JI book must be info the publishing Cgniqpqny , . i i 1 Z N- . 1 . . I I . . - 'ri - Nl . I . I .tg . ' - . . i - i . . . '- . . .1 . 1. ' - 1 ' 7 - Th I . - . ii .0 . 9- . . . . - - 15 . 16- ' - . . I ll' . 7- . - . I . J D 21- . - . ti. G 28- . . . - ' - - 1. . la- ' tl . . . . . - I all . 21- N . - . I . . - '11 ' 23- . . I f l - l .X Q 1 " n lt Nov ACTIVITIES 1st Edltlon Nov Class Offlcers Dec Class Hlstory Dec Popularnty Poll Dec Appreciation 81 Dedication Dec Actlvntres 2nd Edltlon Dec Aqulla Dlary Dec Senior Edltors an Sports Edltors an All Art an Photo Editor an Typlst e Sales Manager e Press Day Sept 9 1955 The fnrst deadlme IS met IE nslde cover wlll be a photograph of the new school pt 16 1955 The cover IS decided upon the door wull be changed on the cover, the color wull be lavender, and the book will be of fme gram Oct 7 1955 A very revealing future as prophesned for our class of 56 by Pat and Sharon Oct 21 1955 Janet and Ray dld a swell lob on the last wlll and testaments of the sensors Oct 28 1955 Our faculty and admnms tratnon wall be proud to have their plc tures on such a page, thanks to Mary and Dave Nov 18 1955 Brnght? Cunning? baby faces of our seniors will appear on the pages of baby pictures r- 55, I 31 Nov 21 1955 Reta and Mltzn col l ed many eye catching snapshots of those out of thas world palama par nes Nov 23 1955 All Actlvutles will mar vel at the work done by our Activities Editors Nov 28 1955 Those class officers wlll thank our staff member for such fme work Dec 5 1955 Days of the forgotten past hlstorlans Dec 21 1955 Our Senior Edltors are surely dlgglng for the facts about fel low sensors Jan 3 1956 All deadlmes are beung met wnth very much prlde Jan 4 1956 Aqunla salesmen have been seen scurrylng from room to room to obtaan those precious orders for this great book Jan 15 1956 These are days of a mad scramble to assemble the many fme pages of our Aquila of 1956 Feb 15 1956 Our yearbook IS sent to the publisher and our work IS complete Due to the mltuatlve and mgenuaty of our wonderful staff, we shall have fme book Yours truly, Gayle 'I 1 I 40 l .25- .. ' I - ,,..,, - - 28" ' ect ' . 5- ' I n - - '- n ' .- . 8- ' l, f' I . 13- . . . . M . 16- . .. . . , . ' - , , , , - . 19- ' ' lo il- ' ' ' . 21- ' ' ' , J . 9- ' ,N J . 13- 'N , , - ' J . 13- ' 1. ' J . 23- - 1 - , F b. 10- , F b. 15- y l I - lx' are being brought to life by our class ei- 'I ' 1 1 - OU, . i, . - ' ' S . I 1 I I i . l e . , R675 all - I "' ' 0 . , ' 1 AV . - - 4. . . 41 ' I F . . Y, --l-1 , -I . . - 411 ' . , 1 - 'i" . - - Q' ' ' - . 1 ---+1 . . I Ol u I C , , - ' ' . ' a P f'- 1 X stlv ar S Gwenn When Haffa we entered G H S as resh men we neverdreamed ours would be a Cmderella stor We were rett wel SUN Annie Get its -XGYQCVN Y P Y I em bedded In our own ashes for the flrst two years We gave a few dances but our treasury was weak and our splrlts low Bvnquef Prom ln our tumor year we were granted falrygod parents In the form of Anne Morrow and Ed Darlung They waved their magic wands oc T G and soon we were sellmg concessions sponsorung dances and workmg together B ue Traapgl' ueen Dlx: lake a team We chose our class rlngs presented a spectacular play and put on OUT one of the most terrsfuc proms ever We ClGS5 I5 not Cl e began our sensor year by electnng f b or elng dlf Arnold Skudmore presndent and fefenf We l10d the Aquila edltor Mrs Traub and fsrst all night prom M, Uphoff gwded Us fhn-,ugh We elected to have black onyx magazme, card, concessions, stones In our rlngs Instead of plam candy, and program sales gold For our class colors we chose Under Mr Sherman 5 dlrechon' Our orchrd and white so different th Q-hz at we published our Aqunla A5 we no caps or gowns could be purchased sn look gh,-ough fhe bmoculcrs of Wonderful these colors We are not keen on coupling off, Mme we see the eople and the boys and gurls would rather go their own events that ma e our Rings separate ways Several of the gurls have d l ll on C ass rea Y gust that and now are sporting sparklers on GREAT! th I f ear e t hand whale some of the boys have left us to loin Uncle Sam ln our 'unlor year many of us had the chance to travel Our travels took us to Europe Wash rngton,D C Chicago Columbus a Canada Wlsconsm and yes, even Cam Texas Because of our fnrm be Mary llef In IndIVldUCllSm, only the John thought of resulting chaos has Mike moved us to actlon and we are Dixie Over now worklng luke a team Yes, Ag-me the halls of G H S wlll Dorofh 'Wx long remember the class who entered to 'loyn learn but went e forth to Steerung Committee Natuonal Hugh Gals Stal T School Instutute l Oro Rosemary, serve C que ce 32 fD1xne B D Gwen n Europe 0h N ,n o A f ' Q Q l X ' B b :J 3 ' 5 -en ll hi 2 L 6 l a n A X. 4 I 'si .I . . f - p . Jr.-Sr. I . ' . . ' e ' . . . . ' ic W ' 0 ' -.-: .' f I : Ry Q1 . . '. .. . . - 9 sf . au e ' ,. -e " ' Y '. H of A :fi "e D ld - s.. 1 C0pt,J . DR J n o Za iD B . Q Y U13 0 C V ' . I : O 9 b 0 C f I f' 'I' fi ' f 4 I BEST PERSONALITY Dixie Telling 8. Doc Childs Sta rrin9 The Seniors MOST HELPFUL TO THE CLASS Dorthy Karbe 8- Mike Sipes PEPPIEST Barbara Beatty 8- Bob Sargent ,ga I , I- a., V. BEST ACTRESS 8- ACTOP Rosemary Griesmer 8 Bob Sargent SE IOR PRETTIEST 8. HANDSOMEST Dixie Telling 8 Doc Childs -2 1 . ffm Ll I THE ME LIGHT 'aussi BEST SMlLE Dixie Telling 8- Ray Ellis Iii? K A , ts-uk I- If MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Mary Spencer 81 Jock will I ' e Seniors ln the Spotlight ..' I MOST POPULAR Dixie Telling 8: Doc Childs .....-ff FRIENDLIEST Janet Wachsmuth 8- Com McMahon "Ns-Q BEST ATHLETES Janice Love 8- Doc Childs Featuring Seniors BEST DRESSED Grace Hoffa 81 John McMahon MOST FUN Barbara Beatty 8. Bob Sargent BEST PHYSIQUE Grace Haffa 8- Doc Childs 7v If MOST POLITE Shirley Jeppe 8. Frank VanDevander BEST DANCERS Gayle Scott 8. Arnold Skidmore Choicest Cf I9 6 X ff' NAME Mary Baron Barb Beatty Albert Bliss Delbert Bliss James Braat Muck Branham Diana Burgett Rlchard Chllds Cynthia Coluccl Bob Conrad Jim Covell Sharon Cowger Roger Craig Marilyn Drought Ray Ellis Loulse Evans Mary Lea Evans Reta Fuller Richard Glazler Rosemary Graesmer Jerry Grimaldi Gwenn Hyslop Joanne Jambor Shirley Jeppe Dawn Kalozn Dorothy Karbe Doug Keener Dale Lehman Damon Luster Janice Love Arlene McClelland Mike McHugh John McMahon Bob McMahan Fred Marlett Roger Muller Arlene Meyers Eleanor Orosz Beverly Pelcarsky Pat Pelllssler Dave Phillips Grace Haffa Tom Rutter Bob Sargent Jayne Schwartz Gayle Scott Phil Seaman Carl Shaulls Mary Ann Shlmandle Mike Sl es Ernie Sl T Arnold Skidmore Mary Spencer Duxue Telling Shirley Tlller Earl Tulden Frank VanDevander Janet Wachsmuth Marleen Wareham Nancy Jo Whitman Jack Walt Elizabeth Woodfaulk Elaine Wright George Yoblonsky SENIOR PERSONALITIES WANTS TO BE Beautlclan Florust s Designer Machinist Mechanic Auto Mechanic Sailor Model Coach Social Worker Mechanic Carpenter Housewife Engineer Housewife Carpenter Beautlcuan Secretary Beautlclan Mechanical Engineer Speech Bt Art Teacher Building Contractor Foreign Diplomat Artist Telephone Operator Policewoman Nurse Coach Draftsman Mechanical Engmeer Elementary Teacher Telephone Operator Electrician Engineer Engmeer Chemical Engmeer Air Force Pilot Commercial Artlst Secretary Secretary Secretary Mechanic Housewife Architect English Teacher Housewife Nurse Mechanic Electrician Elementary Teacher Archaeologist Architect Nothing Business Administrator Mrs Fuller Secretary Sailor Mechanic Housewife Housewife Housewife Engmeer Music Teacher Beautician Pl lot 38 PROBABLY WILL Dish Washer Hot Lnpped Commedaenne Weight Guesser Weight Lifter Deslgner of Class Rings Mr America 4 H Leader Dutch Digger Home Ec Teacher Pres of Pickle Factory Popular Singer Famous Poet Professional Bowler Very Happy Father of the Year Bar Maud Successful Terrlflc Mud Packer Gangster Actress School Custodian Wife ofa Foreign Diplomat Desngner of Homes Gossip Columnist Gun Moll Always So Short Polygamlst Mechanic Bear Wrestler Phys Ed Teacher Soda Jerk Rmglmg Bros Clown Scientist Another Howdy Doody Butcher Prison Warden Educated Bum Owner of Ranch House Mistletoe Grower Models Unmentlonables History Teacher Diamond Polisher Dog Catcher Character Actor Mother of I2 Arthur Murray s Asslstant s Assistant Grocer Expert Bookkeeper'9 Author of Scholarship Tests The Man With A White Coat Hot Rod Racer Arthur Murray s Assistant Treasurer Caretaker of all those little Fullers Jutterbug Instructor Donut Maker Santa Claus Mother of the Year No I Diaper Washer Manufacturer of Snow Balls Flag Pole Sutter Llberace's Assistant Owner of Pepsi Factory Tax: Driver A Q- " . p 1 3 BE T2 .. . . . 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Boyce , V I f f 1 QR ACTIVITIES iff? f 4 N F w I 1 1 wnfgts -1 X , 7 v Q Xu 'I Z1 A I X O H IX 0 DI V f f 'gm X - Q-T 4 -It 4-"-T-5 YH Ti f SZI VZ ,' f' 2 Queen -xf'gf Court Queen- Grace Haffa Senror Attendants- Jane Schwartz, Dixie Tellrng Junior Attendants- Km Taylor, Barbara Berght Sophomore Attendants- Vtvtan Gawlakowski, Sandra Peck 01 W ff- df., Y ,I 0 A 4-F" 1153" 5-T ', 1 I 9 9 -df my nuff Grace Hoffo .sf7"""""' A 5 I ff .1 ,JP ixg Q S Peck B Bexght I Schwartz ROSES ARE RED VIOLETS ARE BLUE V Gawlakowskl THESE ARE THE SWEETHEARTS ELECTED BY YOU D Telling K Taylor ' 1.1 - "4 ' cf 1 ' 1 ,Q A , 'SL aw' J f 1 Coach Uphoff s., ...F 5 Coach Ayers 70 Coach Fondruck 'Wi-7 Coach Huffman ARSITY THRESH MCMAHAN Q2 lettersl Thresh was 1955 56 captam He was the llnk that held up the center of the offenslve lme On defense he was always a threat crashung an from hus tackle posutlon to break up a play Thresh received a second team spot All County and N E C T 71 , X RIC HARD DOC CHILDS Doc s running and pass catchlng abaluty brought hmm the most valuable player honors on the team Has druvmg tackles on defense made the opponents well aware of hum Doc made second team All Coun ty and honorable mention N E C ROBERT CAM MCMAHAN This lankey tackle was a good blocker and tack ler He held his own against many good opponents Cam received honorable mention All County and N E C Sax t X t 3 if ll ll , . . . . ll ll win W A H 5 , . X 2 U . ' - v 72 'Fl' .1 I 4 -f'X RAY ELLIS Ray was playmalcer of the team, running the ball from the quarterback posltlon Has falung and passing balanced the team s offensive punch while on defense his tackling stopped many opponents from golng all the way Ray receuved honorable mentuon All Coun ty and All League 17 J I! BOB SARGENT Although he was one of the smaller men on the team Sarge could always be depended upon to hold up hrs end ofthe Iune He was one of the best de fenslve backs on the team Bob received honorable mention All N E C l in 73 DOUG KEEN ER 'Mis 3 Although Doug dudn t loan the team tlll the latter part of the season he developed quackly unto an aggressuve halfback Operatlng from a halfback poslhon he strengthened the defenslve play of the squad JIM BRAAT Jam s first year on the Eagle football squad proved to be very successful Operating from the alternatmg half back posltlon his blocking and running dud much to fortify the Eagle attack On defense his tackling abllnty was a great asset 74 Basketball 1 ' 1 L., ,la X x ZZ fb xx 75 I rl 47a I 'I 1. If 1 I Q 9 3 'Q A 4- C- , X -' .X X51 r KZ Xu- fl., X , px !f,frx AX! X . -' ' - Ak fx N Ax l ft V. NX AA X ,XA X I IQ! K V. ., - X . xx ' I . X X X J v. - - F ' .. 1 XX f' U, X-X ', I 'x X - y ff lu. , ' X I ,f M k fx! -' x XX xx 1 - ' X ' M , X V. - ' . ' H - - N A X .I iff' 6 .. X X. K. K. r if 4 ,D .A ' X VARSITY Dec an B Merrell Mctviahan Peterson Elhs Branham McHugh VanDevander McNel11e Sargent Chxlds 2 Geneva Class A Tournaments Harvey 58 Farr ort 68 Wlc llffe 55 Jefferson 60 Ash Harbor 44 Erie Strong Vmc Conneaut 57 Ashtabula 55 Rnverslde 73 Mentor 55 Harvey 42 Farr ort 53 Wnc llffe 62 Conneaut 50 Ashtabula 63 Riverside Mentor ent 76 Dave Peterson Cam McMahan Ray Ellls Terry Merrell Doc Childs Bob Sargent Frank VanDeva Bud McNellne Muck Brenham nder . " 66 9- " 54 ' l6- " 74 ' E ' ' 20- 76 2l- 49 . ' 27- 60 ' ' l00 J . 6- 58 . 7- 90 Jefferson 60 Mike McHugh IO- 54 ' I3- 49 ' ' ' 20- 68 27- 47 31- 56 ' F b. 3- 75 ' 4- 56 IO- 69 17- " H ' ' 24- " T DChd S R yE11 kB M IwkMHh Q QM I I V argent ' A ' I., Q , N 4 Vand 6, RESERVES GENEVA CENNEAUT 78 milh, Baylor, Tellep, Anderson, Pelton, Vogelsang, Clary, Scott, Ford, Wellman, H VS. I ' x G H S HEERLEADER JR HIGH 2nd row S Osborne, C Glarzer, SR HIGH lst row I Schwartz, D Telhng, I Hart 2nd row R Iunker B Caroler, N Rauckhorst 3rd row A Wellman, P Pelhssxer lst row M Stanchff D Schack I Argust S Schaeffer 1 Q 5. , .X ,:. ,A 4.'.' .,.,, Y . .QQQ :- -if-. "TI s . 4. ...M ' Y, 1, "'0,3t,-, I 5 ,'4, '-" -. Kg' As' -1" I 5 fp A .ff f hc .ev .1 - 5 56? . s A ' 1 .1 , .arf s. ra!-I rf rg. 5 v ' " f.y as a p N fx ""Y Captarns D Telhng J Schwartz 4---ao... 'NN-,,4 1 "- . -rf' xp 'ffl s fv- u 'XP vvj' ,rx 4: f 'M 'ff 'V Qu. 1- -dp f 'fn .fn .L :Wk V .1 80 v X N.. . ,, 1 Q.. ' ' . 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IBS NHTIONHL H NOR SOCIETY STUDENT C0lLYlQlL Lflfm ClUb 3LUE TRIHNQH KEY CLuB THLJN SGFETX PATRQL rem Gm ITA 86 V L O X is 5 X 1 2 w 1 1 zz Q 1 HIS orgamzaflon IS resfrlcfed to gurls In fhe seventh, erghfh, and ninth grades Ifs urpose IS fo further the soclal relahons of t ese grades It sponsors a sem: formal dance, The Blue Triangle Dance, once a year Officers are presldenf, vlce president, secre tary, and treasurer 3330233366112 87 HE F B L A IS Geneva s Business Club lt strnves to and students In the busl ness fleld to know more about the business fleld Officers presndent, vlce president secretary treasurer and reporter O promote the general welfare of both community and school, IS the creed of the Geneva Chapter of the Y Teens Only gurls In the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth are elugeble to become members Thus club IS very octave and does much for the bene fnt of the school and community Officers are presndent vice press dent treasurer, and secretary 88 . , . . . . .- . Q . . - . I I ' D I Z , . : . I . - .- , . HE actlvltles of thus organlza tlon Include the presentation of the annual Thesplan play and also of a one-act play. The club at- tempts to make dramatics a major part of extracurricular affairs and to increase the interest of the students in the benefits of the theatre. Membership is earned by the point system. Geneva's Thespian troupe is Troupe 368. lt had it's beginning in l938. Thesplans ' FTEN called the govermng body of Geneva Hugh School thus organization furnishes the llnlc between the school and nts super lntendent At the beglnmng of the year each senior hugh class selects three representatives as members of thus student governing body The offncers are president, vice president secretary and treasurer 5? 0 , ...--o 14. i Q l N HE National Honor Society IS a national orgamzatlon whlch honors hugh school students of outstanding Scholarship, Lead ershlp Character, and Servnce to home, school and commumty Offlcers are presudent, vnce presudent, secretary and treas urer 90 NLY members of the sophomore Latm classes may hold membershnp In this organization The goal of thus club IS to create further mterest un Latin, not only through serlous but through entertannung study Offucers are presudent, vice presldent, secretary and treasurer PRINCE OF K C? 0 HE students partlclpatmg In thus event enter Inter scholastic oratory com petition They speak on varied topics and may enter distract and even state competutlon HIS orgamzatuon has as nts purpose, the Increase of safety on and about the school It supervises crosswalks and playground actavltles and IS to a great extent responsable for the remarkable safety record of Geneva schools PATRCJL if f HE purpose of this organization is to further the interest of girls in sports, It sponsors inter-class tournaments and participates in inter-school play- days The officers are: president, vice-president, treasurer, and recording secretary. HE Key Club international or gamzation established in school by the lnter national KnwanlsClubs IS a clvlc organization for boys in the tenth eleventh and twelfth grades The club tries to interest its members in civic prolects and problems This organization has fave officers pres ldent, vice president, secretary, treasurer, and chaplain The Key Club holds dinner meetings every Wednesday at noon L F 6080 HE Talon our school newspaper IS edited and published by members of the lournalasm class Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are free to choose thus course HE purpose of the Talon IS to nnform the student y of the various events occuring In school Mem ers ore Edutor Assistant Editor, Business Manager Art Edltor Sports Edltor Feature Edntors Head Typ lst and Reporters ww-wwf' f 93 , 1. AL L. X - , I . 1 lk D- 3- I A 7 - c - ., .r N' I N U ! I N I 1 a Q. 0 I " c I . ' bod ' . b I . n O . . , I. I I I - 'V Nl ': C H , J, , xx. ' i I 1' X ,. 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'IRQ I ,f A 52-' S1 v-fi-. 7' if--' IA msmrnzm his w'3C5'i -1 7' 'Max YH e9r'1,,m 43' xv!! .gf --'-- ,vi 9 5.51 n 1, ,J A --3? 1 i 1 .1 'QQ MARY BARON Blue Truangle I G Teens 2 3 4 G A C 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun Iusherl Server at Prom 2 Sr Class Play January Thaw Imake upl Concesslons 3 4 Aqunla Salesman 4 BARBARA BEATTY Blue Trlanglel Mrs O LearysCow I Jr Red Cross Rep I GAC 234 PepBand234 One Foot In Heaven 2 Mrs McThmg 3 January Thaw 4 Jr Class Play Annie Get Your Gun Prom Comm 3 Thesplans 3 4 Hlstorlan 4 Sr Class Play 4 Sr Scholarshlp Test 4 Aquula Staff 4 ALBERT BLISS Concessions 3 4 Aquala Salesman 4 DELBERT BLISS Concessnons 4 Aqunla Salesman 4 JAMES BRAAT Solon Hugh School I 2 Track 3 Baseball 3 4 Foot ball 4 MICK BRAN HAM Basketball 4 DIANA BURGETT Play Anme Get Your Gun adv comm I Concess Ions 4 Prom 8. Decorating Comm 3 Aquila Salesman 4 Sr Class PIay4 RICHARD CHILDS Basketball I 2 3 4 Football I 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Varsity G 3 4 Key Club 3 4 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun stage mgr BI cast Jan uary Thaw 4 stage mgr Aqulla Staff 4 Steering Comm 4 Latm Club 2 CYNTHIA COLUCCI Blue Triangle I Concesslons 3 4 Aqulla Salesman ROBERT CONRAD Concessions 4 Scholarship Tests 2 Prom Committees 3 JAMES COVELL Track 3 Aqulla Salesman 4 SHARON COWGER Blue Truangle I Concessuons 3 4 Chairman 3 Jr C ass Play Annie Get Your Gun castI Aqulla Staff 4 ROGER CRAIG Latm Club 2 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Key Club 4 Aquula Staff4 Scholarshup Tests I 2 3 4 Hlram Schola shlp Team 2 3 Sr Scholarship Test 4 American Legion Essay Contest 2 Y MARILYN DROUGHT Blue Triangle I Red Cross Rep I 2,4 F B L A I 2 3 4 ISec 41 G Teens2 34 G A C 2 3 4 PepCIub 3 Concessuons 4 Mt Vernon Ball Refreshment Comm Prom Comm 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun castl Scholarshlp Testl 2 Sr Play Aquula Staff4 RAY ELLIS Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Track 3 Baseball 3 4 Varsity G 3 4 Key Club 2 3 4 Student Council I 4 Pres 4I Vlce Pres of Class4 Class Pres 3 Latm Club Pres 2I Steerung Comm 3 4 Jr Class Play An me Get Your Gun Icastl Aquila Staff 4 Scholarship Tes I LOUISE EVANS Bl eTruangleI FB LA I 234 IVlce Pres 34 G Teens 2 G A C 2 Pep Club 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun IcastI Prom and Banquet Comm 3 Concessions 3 4 IChalrman 3I National Honor So clety 3 4 Sr Scholarship Test 4 Aquila Staff4 Schol arshnp Tests I 2 3 4 MARY LEA EVANS Blue Trlanglel F B L A I 2 3 4 G Teens 2 Pep Club 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun rop and const comm I Prom and Banquet Comm 3 Con cessuans 4 Sr Class Play Sr Scholarship Test4 Aquila Staff 4 Scholarshlp Tests I 2,3 4 RETA FULLER Blue Triangle I G Teens 2 G A C 2 Prom and Ban quet Comm 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun castI Concessuons 3 4 Aquula Staff 4 RICHARD GLAZIER Float Committee 3 Floruda During The Wmter ROSEMARY GRIESMER Natnonal Honor Socnety 2 3 4 G A C 4 Thesplans3 4 IPres 41 G Teens 2 Latm Club 2 Mrs O Leary s Cow I One Foot In Heaven 2 make up Mrs McThmg 3 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun 3 Banquet Comm Chairman 3 Aquila Staff4 Sr Schol arshup Test 4 January Thaw 4 Scholarshep Tests I 2 3 4 Hlram Scholarshup Team I 2 Nat Hugh School Inst 3 Prunce of Peace Contest 2 3 Voice of Dem 3 4 Concessions Chanrman 3 Blue Trlangle I GERALD GRIMALDI Float Committee 3 GWENN HYSLOP Blue Truangle I G A C 2 3 4 G Teens 2 Pep Band 2 3 4 Mrs McThmg Imake upI 3 One Foot Heaven make upI 2 January Thaw 4 Jr Class Play Anme Get Your Gun Sr Scholarship Test 4 Schol arshlp Tests I 2 3 4 Thespnans 4 Sr Class Play Aquila Staff 4 Natuonal Honor Socuety 4 who dnl whui I , ' . . 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