Glendale High School - Liber Anni Yearbook (Glendale, OH)

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'V .. . I - :fl 593451: if ,V - .. , ., ,, . . , . VN guul., ,Ii-' ,,Q, P: A .2 7 , 5531- . ,YQ V .wx wc' .X W ' ' A 'V -' ' 7 ' -f,. lm, 'fs .....,- . ,,,, ang ..- .....f- .- nu. .. 1-Til-f Annual Asrocmle Edztor YN inch WV1l11 1 ns Busznexs Alanaqer Shlrlcy Muthcrt Subscrzptzon Manager LIRER ANNI 19 Staff Art Edztor 111 Ilumphrvy Photography Fdztor Chirlcs Guy Echo Brunswlrk F3 pmg Edztor am: 0 Bowman Fzlzlor on Boggs Arszsfant Iviztor Dlck Molcn Advuer 'vinss B1rb1r1 B111 VQLUME IV 71 I 5' 1 U I y ................. J- H A 5' ' Foreword Timo Qin-s our liws dimension. . .It begins and c-nds a husy school clay. . .lt opens and closes a school yvar. , .It makes seniors of freshmen and alumni ol' svniors. . .Time altvrs all things, always Onding' somvlhirig olcl. y6t cwr starting something UCXV. 'il L-Lggx..- -..- x , .-1- ll We? ' t4el?57.4'cZa media Warren W. Kester Air. Kester, :ve know that you lived on a farm in Clinton Co. near Martinxville and graduated from tUartinsz'ille Higlz Sclzool. You tlzen enrolled in Wilmington College and graduated in 1922 with a B.S. degree. After long deliberation as to what to do in life, you decided to become a teaclzer and got your nrxt job at Green Camp Centralized Sclzool in Sep- tember. 1922. You began teaclzing at Glendale Higlz Scltool in tlte fall of 1925. Immediately upon arrieal you received tlze job of coaclting tlze bavlfetball, football, baxeball, and track teanzv in addition to your regular teaclting afxign- rnentv: a job aelticlt you relinquixlzed after ,rome twelve yearv. You taugltt pltyvical education. Ameri- can ltivtory, and all llte matlzematic and xcience courxcf offered to vtudentv today: and ltaze been vcltool treavurer for tzeenty yearx, alvo. We reali:e tltat during tlleve yearr of teaclting you furtltered your education by going to college at nigltt and during tlte xurnrnerv. You attended Oltio State l.'niz'ervity. I1'il- nzzngton, and .Viami, and received your lllaxterx in Education from tlte l'niz'er,vity of Cincinnati. We nnel tltat yorne of your aeocationv are tlze col- lecting of arrozelteadv and tlte collecting of vtampx, tltiv latter lrobby being one tltat you .vtarted in 1914 and 1I!1Z't'.Yt't'1I revult in a pricelecc collection. lVe lcnozc' one of your main pavtirnev ltav been Ending tlze vquare root of erery number front one to tzt'o-tl1ou.v- and correct to ten decimal placex and clzecked. After fire yearx of zeorlf, you lzaee completed tlzix taxk: and :ee believe you zeill continue on to 2,500 and fartlzer. Bevidev tltexe ltobbiex, you find time to give many rcience exltibitionr for earious groups. Hou'ez'er, it iv not for your accornplivlzrnents that zee dedicate this annual to you, Mr. Kexter. It is, ratlzer. for your clzaracterixtics, your desine to please ereryone. your fincere and accomodating attitude, your ,vrniling optimivtic rica' on tlze world, and your ZCIIVIII, friendly lrindnefx Lelziclz you ltace .f1zou'n to everyone zeitlt zeltom you come in contact. ADMINIST RATIO 62 4 'fake ' . , . 1 fi M-an-rf-uf .-'Q My , -if ,Y ,. Administration is looking forward to the new Princeton High School JOHN E. SEEMAN. B.S. in ED.. MA. Supervising Principal ROBERT F. BURNS. BA.. M. ED. Assistina Prinvipal. Scivnce Teacher 5 ADMINISTRATIO 5 l- ., ,il ... Nl? ROBERT F.. LUCAS. BS. in Fcl.. ME .-Xnlministrution llc-rul. Prinvz-lun Local School Distrivt Board of Education 3 1 .fl S: 5, . i E M3- lan '55 U if 1 R 2 L' Q. ns l .P -fm 5 SITTING Lef! I0 Right. William Sc-clsfmvick. Vife-President: John Eulvcrt. P7FXllfE'7If.' E411-l Kochn. .S'T.-l,YDI.YG: Robert Spellmirf-. Harold Webb. 6 ull MARIE G. LANGE. R.N Srhool Nursc ACULTY SHEILA FRAZIER School Secretary 'Ldlft MIRIAM LICHTI, BA., M.S. in L.S School Librarian 606 NANCY ATKINS. BS. BARBARA A. BAIL. BA. WILLIAM C. BECKER Physical Education Latin, Spanish BS, in Ed., Mid. Girls .Athletic .Association Liber Anni Adviser. Sophomore World History. Amt-rii'an History Home Room Government Hi-Y. Scnior Advisor gliii -A AL HARDING. B.S. in ED. Industrial Arts. Physical Education Rc-scrve Baskr-thall. Footlxall YVARREN YY, KESTER. B.S., M. ED. Chemistry. Physics. Driver Training lntcrnal Accounts. junior llomcroom WILLIAM R. KING. B.S. in ED. llcalth and Physical Education Cross Countrv. Basketball. Golf. Track GEORGE E. McNE.'XL. B.S. in ED. Math. Science 7.8 Scvcnth Craclc Ilonicroom ROBERT lf. BVRNS. B..-X..1Nl. ED. Biology Sll1tll'I1IflUllllt'll CARL BUZ.-KN. B.S. in ED.. M. in ED. Industrial Arts . ROLLIN W. COYLE. B.S.. M.A. English 10.11.12 Class Play. Sophomore Home-room JOHN D. ENGLE. Jr.. AB.. M.A. English 9.10 lfrcshman llomf-room C 1 '--so M.-XRLIELLA M. NICHOLAS. BA Forcnsirs NFL De-hxtr. Spvvrh fontrwti RI I'.X PILLER. B S.. MES. ED Band JEAN PI,L'MNIER. BS. ED,. M. ED. Srim-ms-. Home' Eronomics SI'il'IH'1' Club, !'vI'f'ShI1lLlI1 Homvroom EDITH RAPPOLD. B..-XA.. B.S.E. Art Tri-Hi-Y.4IL1r1iorHomcroom Von ' ' 'we' . I4'.llIll'I'5 l.1kr-mhvx xlmlv' uf mi R ful fin ullx me 4 tm 49 ANTHONY V. SALVATO EILEEN M, SYY.-Xlfwf. BS. ED. BS. ED.. KIA. ED. Shorlhancl. Typing Goiivitil Klzilh Booklmcping Businc-ss .-Xrithmclic' Svnior Class Adviser l'ootlJzill. l'iI'l'SlllIl.lIl llomcrooni .K-ff, , Z -n.,s LORR.-UNE THOMPSON BS. ED. Enulish. Sonigil Studicis. 7 and 8 Eighth Gracie- Homcroom Blix King h.is iiUllLllf'Cl his wny into thc Home Er. Class. MARY ALICE WELLS BA.. M..-X. DELURES WHEATLEY, B.S PALI. ll. LLLOM. BS. in ED. :Xlqn-lara. Goornc-try. Trigonometry Home Economics Music'-Elciivinmry-Iligh School National Honor Soticty Aim-riczin Junior Red Cross High School Chorus Sophomore Home-room Frcshmzm Homcroom " f"w -TEACHING PERSONNEL f 5 , :ff- E ,Q , vw' , gl A A A GROVER MONTANYE , 1 f-:lf V . 1' E ? X E, LEE DONOVAN CARL ELL1-LRBUSCH DAVID BRIGHT I I 0 um Mew we . of A A X x LEFT TO R1GHT.' Mary Roth, Willa Mae Hibbeit. Lucille Farley. Annabelle Smith. gr , Q A ff M 1 ,426 '32 ' k ,, 1 5 ll' V ' ' ,J 1-, 4 X 'U fe I Q , C V -.uv-0 .W I A i,A, Y, A ,, , 4 . I 4 1 , ' 1. Q .- 41 if Ytqr iw x",l-4 2, If .f i Q 4. . ' 1 " f g f K ,vw A , at 1.-W 71 fa 1 -:Wi 5, .E 4? , QW: ,gm 'O' ' -,L 551.494 Q63 ,gf . NN. 5 -31 uf 2 W' 'gi' ,.1. ,4- X A iz? 1 15. 32 ' W , V wif? s 1 ' ,,. 1 N4 -4 an .Ns " v 322 Je 2 4 Sk xwi af, 44' mp, , .3 Q., 29 vi! SE IOR CLASS HISTORY The tinte was 1952. Our lreslnnztn Class was enter- ing Glendale High Sehool. We started our high school years as Z1 group of frightened. riotous children. .-Xs freshtnen we tried our utrnost to impress the upperelnssnien with our dztnees :ind parties. We took our work seriously hut hztd fun doing it. In our sophomore year we heqnn to feel that we were part of the schools itnportztnt people. We were invited to the big affairs the Victory Ball. Fall Festi- val. and sport events. Our junior yeur was prohzthly the most eventful thus fur. It hrouuht us eloser together as n Class. XYP got our elztss rings. purtieiputetl in the junior-senior class- plztyz und worked together to produce the junior prom Seniors's treasured tradition--the main entrance. It's time for seniors to be in school. Then enine September. 19551 and we were seniors. Our class has dwindled to only twenty-one students. the sninllest class at Glendale. This was the year we went on the split shift. :uid the seniors ezune to school front ten to four. 'l'he exeitetnent of heinq seniors udded to our self-inlportnnee. and we strutted ziroune the halls looking down upon the underelftssxnen. After four years of high sehool learning and expr-riexiees. we liure heeotne young men and wornen. We are looking forward to grad- uzttion. yet ure reluetunt to leave our Class- tnzttes. teachers. and organizations with whieh u e had so rnueh fun. ls SEN IORS WILLXDENE ABBOTT Li1n-1' .Nnni Stzlf1 1.3.-1: cjgifl' 2: Studvnl Counvil 3.1: Class Officvr 2: N115 3.4: Tri- 111-X 1.3.11 C.141SS Plnv 3.1. C.-X.-X 1 "3-1 -IDE BOCES PHS . .-.. .' 1 1,11w'x' .XIIDI 514:11 1.13.11 5111111111 c1OUIll'11 1. lLt'l',1,1QN11S11,1I111-X' 'YQ' i.1111s1l1ms P.l!4'.lIl1 1. C1.1ss P1.1y 11.12 B41s1xz-t- 11.111 11.3.13 1I'.l1k1'i 1,101 xilillllijl' 1.1.1. I.11JIX!Ig1.lIl " '1 Class Officers Cross Country A11 1". S11m1c'rS. Senffnrzp' B. Muc'kf'y, 71f8KI.YlA76f.' A. Juan. Presi- rlmztx 'Im' Boggs. View-Pmfirlenl. C4 ' ' S. 'G lk L Ji-XNICE BOXYMXN Lilwer .Mini Staff 'iilg Offirp 1-3-3.4: Studpm Counril fl.l: Class Ofliver lg NIIS 3,43 Tri. Hi-Y 'l l' Clie- ' ...s l'l.ty .l.l: CNA l.2.3A4, ANNA CHA-XDXVELL Forensics -li Liher .Xnni Stuff 3,-li Clgiss Offi- Cer 2.3: Tri-Hi-Y 3,-l: Chrislinzls Pgtuogtnt 2.3. dl: Chorus 2.3.41 Class Play 3,42 CQXA -l. If zj : . If W . . -44 5 1 E , . l I Between classes Ernie. Charlie. :ind Jan talk over last nights events. CIINRLES CVY Lilwr .-Xnni Sltllll 3.-li Stuclent Couneil -lf: Class Ofhwr 3: lli-Y 3.-lx Chorus 2: Class Play 3.4: Basketball l.l.3.'l: 'l'rat'k 1.2.41 Cross Country 4. ERNESTINF HENDERSON Ofhw l: NHS 3.4: Tri-Ili-Y 4: Chorus 31 Class Play l 1 CNA 3.4: Lihrgiry el. l5 Andy ohcrs a ride home to Brenda. Jill, and Anna. ANN.-X .I CAN Forrnsivs 4: Liber Anni Staff 3.4: Studvnt Counril 4' Class Officer 41 NHS 3.45 Tri- Hi-Y 3.4: Marstcn Allen 4: Chorus 2. Class Play 3.4: GAA 4. BRENDA MACKEY Liber Anni Staff 2.3.41 Oml'P 2.3. Class Ohi- rvr 4: NHS 3.4: Tri-Hi-Y 2.3.41 Christmas PLIQIRIDI 1.2.3.-4: Chorus 1.23.41 Class Play 3. 1:11.-X.-X 2.3.4. IILL HUMPHREY lforvnsirs 4: Liber Anni Staff 1.3.43 OFHCC 2 4: Student Council 2.31 Tri-Hi-Y 3.41 Clas Play 3.4: GA.-X 2.3.43 Chef-rlcader 2,3,4. ANDREW T. JOHNSON Christmas Pageant 2.3.4. Class Play 2.3 Track 2.3. 39647, , ' - "L QMS ANNETTE M.-XTTHIE Tri-Hi-Y 3.4: Christmas Pageant 2.3,-lg Cho- J rus 2.3,-1-1 Class Play 3.4: GAA ' 4 CAROLE MILLER Liber Anni Stall' 4: Tri-Hi-Y 3.4. um, 5.044 , I I I Sd" X1-I 've ld ?.',N 27 L. Carole, Ray. Bob, and Annette are racing the clock at exam time. RAY MOZENA Basketball l,2.3. ROBERT MOZENA Student Couneil 4. Basketball 1. -.gy-7 lf' 'Wvqpf ff, I ill: l Taking time out for a funny story are Mary, Pete, Ed, and Marg. 18 G USTAVE NEUSS Libcr Anni Staff 2: Track l. MARY LOUISE NOE Red Cross Alternate 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Class Play 3,45 GAA I,2,3,4. MARGARET RICE Liber Anni Staff 2,3,45 Office 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3, Class Play 3,4. EDWIN ROBINSON Liber Anni Staff 4, Hi-Y 4g Chorus 15 Class Play 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track l,3,4g Cross Country 45 Library 1. l I I adeektatde 4 V33 :Wig ' 'I , a i ,A , I 4' .- ,rf ,pf Terry Freda, and Oliver compare test scores. TERRY RICKERSON NFL 2,3545 Debate 2,3545 Foren- sics 2,3,45 Liber Anni Staff 35 Office 35 Student Council 253,45 Class Officer 1,25 NHS 3,45 Hi-Y 3,45 Christmas Pageant 35 Class Play 35 Basketball 3, 45 Track 2, 3,45 Cross Country 45 Library 1,25 3. FREDA SANDERS Liber Anni Staff l,2,3,45 Student Council 1,25 Red Cross Represen- tative 25 Class Officer 2,45 NHS 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3545 Class Play 3, 45 GAA 1,2535 Cheerleader 2,3,45 Polio Representative 35 Track Timckeeper 3,4. OLIVER SMITH Basketball 45 Track 1,2545 Cross Country 4. 'FV .kr 'iw href N w wf 'F Af 4 '. s h,, ' 'f s 1 I fy, w ww: 5 stuunff on rnonex nmlunvf pxojtcts tllli xear Classes stlrt 'tt 8 ocloek fOl first sh1ft underclassmen wa HISTORY OF UNDERCLASSES clull moment Thes beffan tht xea1 bx or cl111n1f then class 11nUs and eltctmff officers In NIM thex went on the IIHIOI Semor stu cle nt Illp Folloxslnv closelx Came the LIUIOI' SIHIOI P10111 XXll1Cll the 111111019 xsmltccl dxlwfntlx to present The iophomoxes uastecl l1ttle ume befoxe Thu one a tux pxofitable dance fox the lllffll School and haxe been Lnvaqed ln othe1 QuCe1Qsl11lmonex xtntuxm Il1e Count of fxc-Shmcn thls xeeu was ll6 nun pllplli the lawest UIOLIP exex to ente1 G11 ndalt Hwh The bots Comprlsed a la1ffe number of our resene football team and or fT'lY117CCl the1r oun basketball team The Freshman class elected th1ee cheerleaders Nancx Bower Judx Dans and Bexerley Pau 7ar Thex hate Hlled the ranks of our or ffanuatlons and act1x1t1es and axe now an ofhcnl p'11t of Glendale Hlgh School Hl'1""' lhilul QQ TON LOCAL SCHOOL N- JY " e olc .,-Q -J, 1 Q to xl. e double shlft lOsSll3lt UN IORS James Xmyx Lmcl 1 Bo IL Y' Pat Xmncost Beth Bolser Class Officers D Molcn Pns J Cummms lreas B Bolser Sec Kolbmsky Vzce Frei A yur Robert Bundy D ix ld Brown FW' Reg Blac ku Lll john Campbell I I I I I I I - WWW? .. if v g 'f 6 A I, . f' ' W' ,Q Y 7 H A 1 x 1 K., 5 f A J I fd 1 1 c. ff f s 4 1 A 1. . ' I' Carol Carman Sally Fr1es Judy Irwm gs if Damel Comer Eleanor Creed Arthur Goforth B111 Hageman Harry Jenkms Wayne Kmg T' Fw lfriw anlce Cummms Rognr Hahn 1m Kolbmsky fzazgdmvdpfzom 'E Snulmg jumoxs dxsproxn theory th ll lmlon xsn L fun Juniors with class rings form mutual admiration society. 24 1' . au., X 1, 4221 -' 2 ig l M l f mn li , " K No Phu! all 4093 UN IORS Too Busy , l I Qi' fi? N Ph 9 5 i Roberta Loucks Willie Manning Karol Kugler Dick Molcn Theodore Morgan Linda Marcum Shirley Muthert sm, K- H.. ll- New i. No Phan ' l YVayne Leroy Carole Mills Ella Noe x., ,j ,v RN Jerry Rebholz Jerry Phillips Doris Rosenbalm Joan Robbms Jean Showers Richard Smith Carol Theile John Thomas l Ns.. NoPh rw Barbara Reex es VlfglHl3. Rebholz Bill Schiffman Melvin Saturday UMW-I Lv Henry Reid Pearlie Shearer .asv Joyce Southall Camelia lYillis Yvonne Smith Harold Vance L Celeste Terrell Julia Willis 25 SOPI-IO ORES 6' 115331 ' f Rlfe,4 Ph Class Officers V Boyle Vzce Pres D Guy Pres B Lanham Sec M Martm Treas janet Acus janet Adams Betty Angst Ben Beckham Prlscllla Bxbb V Blckerstaff Vlfglnla Boyle W Bracy Echo Brunswxck Ralph Bryant Bex erly Llay Carolyn Clay Joyce Courts B111 Deters LaBrenda Dxck 4 . Will J ,..-A Wanda Dick Bob Dillon Dane Eldeen Elleen Exans Daud Gentry B111 Graham George Gray Lourse Grxflin Don Guy Bex Guenther Wane tdedalofwag am Ronald Hamilton Joyce Hardm John Harrxs Carl He1smann Carol Helm Marcxa Hendrxx Amta Hooge Bex crly Hubbard anella Hudson Barbara Hughes 'Nancy Humbach Joan Humphrey ames Irwm Robert Jones James Keen K Q gfwf E if I fx is J f Q 'Q an Y' 1- -F A v n: , . O 5 , ' . A 3 l 4 L ,- , Y ' ,ef lL i 1, , , W 'a ' Mn - G , y Aw 5 f h at . . 5, 1 e 8 7 , ,X K A' ' df ' e y A J f X E A E wg! G lf f 1? r - G G 1 v , ai - :I J G-F5 lu y 5 - - 'eff or , 5: 7 J ' be ' " x f l' " , 'lf' tt . ' i f l QF? Mr. Buzan supervises as boys construct drawings. a. ,wg A - ru r" Gayle Kees Harry Klotter R. Koeniger Brenda Lanhan Lloyd Lindner Pauline Love ' as .235 QP S X f My Y , If. K - 4 4 "G-If No Phan Marvin Martin Bill Mason Lou A. McAnnich jean McDonald Robert Mitchell Phyllis Morris Joan Neuhaus Joyce Neuhaus Joseph Nevin 1 Irma Parsley Pat Petrcy A . 9 I- Roger Phillips : Q P ' Q Daniel Pike ' 'bt , g , ,g, a 225 s 'J ', J' K. A L T Nets A the . John YVeiss VVanda Williams Melvin Willis Carol Woodall J. Zimmer Judy Shewman David Sizemore Bonnie Songer Robert Spahr Ronnie Swartz Jessie Thompson Judy Tucker Susan Upton Y Carol Pottinger ltlanda Lee Potts Montcz Reid Alice Reynolds -I. Russell Jim Sedgewick ' "Whats an ameoba?" 'asks 21 Sophomore B1 ology student. Y Q. 1' .1 3 , :.. " QS, Q M 1 ii fi fi 3. Q' fwwai pi FRESH Ralph Hatfield Vice Pres.,' Wanda- vendcck Sec Gloria Jordan, Treas. Jewell Allan Gary Amyx Mike Armacost Annette Bunnion Peggy Bayer Gail Bayes Rosa Lee Begley Phyllis Bogie Cliff Bosken Nancy Bower Sammy Bower Elizabeth Brady Veronica Brady Jeanette Brown Linda Brown Mary Bundy Barbara Burbank Wanda Burt George Lynn Bush Jim Chaney fi,-vim Class Officers ,A ,li Burt, P1es.,' Nancy Du- 4.1 6' Y Sem R ,, N 3 ' Om -fe Q B, O my I ep J., 0 No Photo ' ' 5, V S- l , ,F gs A 5 ? 3 , -B ss- ' ,Q y A v ' . ' g , , , 7 V 1' I X W . W 2 4 , , 47 ,g Q 1 li Lawrence Chenault James Coffey james Copeland Bessie Cox anet Crocker Judy Daxxs Lmda Dax 15 Bob Durham 'Nancy Dux cndeck Barbara Earls Benjamm Emlson Emlly Engel erry Falh Herbert Ferguson Jo 'knn Ferris 606 'C- 'ml 4 Q N- 7 x I F vf' V - 5 ll mn., 6660 .rv fri' NPIQ Stex e Frnlxle Linda Graham B111 Gray Barbara Grenxs X lfglllld C rlffin Laloln Gunnlhpr Ronnie Hahn Ix 1 Dem Hamxlton Mary Harman Ralph Hatfield Carole Hay Clarence Hod L Paulme Hodges YN mlham Houze Susan Hummel J 1 B . , , 9. N B X J A .L X t I 4' J 1' ' - 5 N B A 4 A 1- , .al 4 0 a 0 f B fs- W K v- . . . I . K N, . I JH, 'ff 5 'L L ' ' v 2 '. L D is . ' . x I "Q, If I 1 e B - -f 5 1 7 ' M' to l,,A ' , - ' ' ' I ,. l "'7 B : n V o , , 5 Ames Huntlmcg erry Irwln Carolyn lckson Jeanette Jackson ayne enkms Glorla ordan Sandra Kees Sandra Lee King Xvllllim King Dirla Ric Klsscl ohn Kolbmsky Lmcla Kugler Q.. time 1- 5 Nm. Xrnold Lee jzrlyn Lcslxe Bonnie Lmdncr Maxine Mirtm 0660 -Xrxa Mason Lorrwme McCloud Ircnc MCC.ray Bob MCKIHHCY DlSCUSSlI1g thcxr note books are a group of freshman Enghsh studcnts Y' Ji ' x. MY 0 - , ' , 4 I - 3 5 J , J ' ""' Z. 7 J Z. 5 , . 1 , ,Y 2 fs f.. 13 . k I . . ' ' . 4- W . 1 A J ' . 5" e W ? 4 " 0 r we . A , ' - 2 'V' if i 8 In Y l E 1 . ' ":- sl' Y' s not ,e , , . 4' 2 ' 4 1 Qu Y' O' 4 i f' 1 L., , N 5 A , 1 crry I 1th dunonstrms SCIKHLC cxxn rmunt to the ehss 06606 Anrn Mm'Ncar Fred Mayer Lina Meyer Carol Morgan Duld Morris Delores Mon n 1 Joy Muhlenhard II lrulcl 'Ny uh'xuS fklr. 4 v "Y, C ,xl NP 1 .. , 3- , I5 7 1 I I .lx I' M ' tr x I 1 9 NPI: C xrol 'Newman Ruta Noi Beurly P xuzar Sonja Petrey X nxan Phxlhps Jerry Prlde Robert Rahn Barbara Redrnon Betty Reeves Joyce Richardson William Roberts Ken Rosenbalm YU' S We 6:46 adeaal Bu -'J 4 NPI: Tyler S Iunders jack Shaw Mary Shearer james Skxrvm Wlllard Sklrvm T1mothy Smxth Esther Smder Peter Spxnner Mary Stone Don Taylor Donald Thomas Thorold Todd Peter Tolley Glenn Ur YVayne Vance Herbert Wexdlxch Gerald Wethmgton VN anda. YN hlte Frank Whltson George Wilkerson Carolyn Wxlkes Mary Wlse Ceorge Wxssel Dennls Young Robert Young Sam takes pr1de m hxs perfect attendance Il, 1 l L ' A we lk , 6 1 KJ 1 W .lx V 1.. .y T , T t Q - C s l ' s T - -t gl , 4 kfi . 5 1 ' A 4:- f .L5 V9 ,f T . A M T W 5 . S T 'F' 1 ' T T ' V l ' t T x 7 ' ' fi: E l if N' - T v of ' ' 4 he Q I 5' - 'I I Q 1 1 54 ' I s W Nt Yee?-3 X ii C Y, X,.a,t f, 3353 .M 1. pf- ,S I I I r 1 s. ltr mf -, I 1 ft .Lf 3 .7 -1 t' ft' . ... '. ., - M I E ' . ,fwi?,,.x I - Q s , W .K K I is 6 , 5 L. YL" - -ifrsii-age' 1 A j The junior high sehool moves into Town Hall. . -ft-its . . W . -,- .- ,.,. .tt - 'f -V f ' Fig-Vsi?fVqtXsg3St.14...:5 . ,- Class History On September 6, the seventh and eighth grades became Glendale's nomads. Because the high school was overcrowded. they took up resi- dence in the gymnasium. From there they mi- grated to the town hall. Eyery morning they had their core subjects at the town hall. In the afternoon they journeyed to the Congress Ay- enue School for their special classes. The highlight of the year was the Christ- mas season. They presented the Christmas pa- geant. "Geraldine and the XN'hite Robel' to the students and faculty of Glendale as well as to their parents and friends. Two of their other Christmas projects were the decorating of Ma- ple Knoll Hospital and the preparation of food, clothing. and toys for a needy family. UNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Seventh Grade Officers Eighth Grade Officers ff CXWN ff IWIU 10115 Pills V65 P Ltnzy lreus B Henderson Sec D Leroy Pres '65 .Q Hi' M 9 ' , J. L. S J. 1- LT- J. P . . -- 4, , , , , EIGHTH GRADE kdm Claude Rosenbalm David Rouff Elaine Rouff Nancy Schreiner Bonnie Seeman Patricia Stone Milton Whitson Susan Wise Shirley Wlong 5 s Thomas Xrnyx Rilph Beckman Frederic lx Braun Dwight Eldeen Terry Fultz Robert Galbraith ames Guthrie Robert Henderson Bill Hudson Dwud LcR0y Patricia Lmzy Carol Luekmg Carol Mackey Festus Planck Donald Reid sf " . . Q 6 SEVE TH GRADE I 'uues Fultz I'hon11s C'1rdmr -Xllcn Grip 1r1n11h Higuxnn D 1 111111111 P11141 111115111 01111 Irxsm B111 L 1nh1111 X 11Lr11 Lwttl oxu Lexus 11111113 Lcw1s XS 111, NI mmnaf Iohn N1C1'lO1S oscph 'Noe vi. i 4.4" 12" ,A-' A. 216 11111105 Bz111ou Ross Bnrrctl Rifhnrd Bccknrxn ohn Bower Ixnnnnth Brork Robert Bryant NI 11101111 L IYSICUS 81161111 Coxmcfton X111 I1 I 1em1nq I' A: 4' 5 . - 1 4 50 ,, t 5 - J, 4 il " A QQ .1 K 5 12. 'Q X V , S L- -1 " I I . 1 by T p a c 0 20 ue , , e J' 1 1 4 IS i . 7 5 . 1 , J: ' L A- 2,1 my A '51 1 .11 ' V I 1' , ltr " ' ' vi- X Lf , 4 ' Chnrlvs Howell J, Y. I 1 l 1 ' - v g T4 lk ' 5 ' 3 '14 ' ' ' ' Q , 1 ff 1 ' mi 1 " I JJ., . , V- X 6 ".vA1 ' Rx ., Vw V' W.. Q v. 1 dv ' -' ' - ' , ' ns ' .IS J . - , - , X ., 1 4 1 r fl 1 1 Ye f, 1 SEVE TH GRADE X Robert Pcavlcy 2' , .I - john Peck L 4, A Timothy Rebholz ' f 5, Sharon Saunders lo' B' David Shepherd , ' ' 5 Mary Smith QW- -' M m ' John F. Tooson p - - I ? , ' Charles VanPclt . f , .. thang! l ' L S i if i .-4 W J . X a V V :A E 1 tl l No Pham B alfecafze who said boys Couldnlt Cook? Who said girls aren't mechanical minded? Geraldine demonstrates sisterly love. O Bonnie Seeman and Carol Lue- king. "Geraldine in the W'hite Robev One year selhsh and jealous Geraldine's Christ- mas presents were given to the church for the poor and needy families by mistake. Only when one of the poor girls, that received one of her presents thanked her for it, was she happy and proud of what had happened. The little poor girl then gave Geraldine a white robe. In turn Geraldine's guardian angel received her white robe, which only the best of guardian an- gels get to wear. Pat Stone and Charles Howell portray Mary and Joseph. David Leroy, Bob Henderson, jim Guthrie, Dwight Eldeen Carol Mackey, Ross Barrett, Allen Fleming. Valerie Latta, Susan Wise, Joyce Lewis. 39 E s 5 . kT. 'P' 4 SCHOOL BA D The band is an up and eoniingf organization at Glendale, For being' in existence only two years the hand under the clireetion of Miss Pillai' has made splenclicl Imwgress. It now has forty-eiglit members which include: fifteen elarinets. six flutes. two alto saxophones. seven trumpets. one baritone. six tminhones. two altoniiims. two bas- ses. and loin' pereussions. A new sound at Glendalek basketball games this year was the music of the band. Its fast moving tempo heightened the exeitement and spirit of the game. and boosted the players mo- Vale. At filnistinas. the band pmviclecl music for the high school Carols and partieipzitecl in the coin- mnnity carols at the Village Sqiiare. 'l'ln'ee Ensembles were entered in the Miami Universitv Nfusie estisal 'l' e hanc also '-- sentecl a gprmff C onec rt and plaxecl for tht X it eian s Dax Provr m Buses to Catch club meetings and DT s at 4 00 4-3 1 TOP R011 Bicln Bi lun F1 inl-t Schuster Xllzn C irrnuhacl John E bert Ren ROSer1lJ1lIH 0 n White Florn ltrhunf S15 KIND liwll urs Priclc Ralph Bneltmin D uid C tntrw in Shi zur xn tsl Lxnn Bush nn Chxnu Robcit f xlbrnlh Tl1IliD 0 1 x Bttsx Ditinns 1 urn i is if xi n 1 D nic 'sfo Xnn NILNQ1 J llr ntl: 1 on Lincli Bum n Dr lolz s N11 I4 n J tu n 1 L'Don't Be Cruel,' croons Betsy. J U IOR-SE IUR 'We Wane may 7445 1 , Q1 awe , 7, Je iff I . - 5 , . , if - Q igfijgififilyi. , ' - 7, ,rgffpn H-e .-55? 5 ,' ie -bien -A . f. ' l 6 -ace-.: ,f ,I V aff :."C:N14' 5EIZ22.. .: .'::'f' 1 , , :L-?i'Z.,iH..IfJ "-rifti 45 555 - . .. ' - - 323 . ,ana . 1- f. 5- . . . - 1 4 - 'wr 3 5 152 ,, , -.l.,.-- fwfsi. 'Si ,f"'741..gaSi:f"l:.-f- - ' " .G f L - 'rs fuigagf' This is the long way home. Here is the ever-busy stage crew. Mush! PLAY Nancy ...... Aunt Sally . . Andy ...... Marsha .... Betsy .... Ernie .. joe .... Dunnie .. Patsy . . . jack . . . Elsie . . . Leona . . . Prudy . . . Steve .. Larry .. Carol ....... . . Cast Hudson ....,........ Woman who frowns Chorus ........... "I want to go home." . Brenda Mackey . . Jill Humphrey ...... Joe Boggs . A Freda Sanders Annette Matthie . . . . Wayne Leroy . . Bill Hageman . . . . Dick Molen Willadene Abbott . . Whitey Vance . . . Jan Cummins . . . Jerry Phillips . Anna Chadwell . . . Ed Robinson .. Jim Kolbinsky . . . Carol Carman . Richard Smith . . . . . Beth Bolser . . . . . . Yvonne Smith Jean Showers Emestine Henderson J an Bowman oill Ull if TOP ROW: Lloyd Lindner: Jerry Phillips: Jim Kolbinskyg W'anda Burtg Terry Rickerson. Presidentg Mr. Burns. Adriserg Charlie Guy, Treaxurerg Jackie Zimmer: Willadene Abbott. Secretary' Jan Bowman, Vice-Preiidentg BOTTOAI ROW: Dick Molen: Joe Boggsg W'ayne Le- royi Don Guy. STUDE T COUNCIL The Student Council has adopted a new constitution and a different type of election this vear. New officers were elected at the beginning of the second semes- ter. This enabled us to send experienced delegates to the state convention at Tala- wanda, Ohio and the national convention at Rockwell, New Blexico. The previous officers and seniors form an advisory staff for the council. Rides, games, and concessions comprised the traditional Fall Festival spon- sored by the Student Council. The basketball concessions were another project sponsored by the Student Council. A4 in Ikfr, Burns 1595 to hit the hullscyel Crowds throne at the confessions, as HIGH SCHOOL Dip! to li TOP ROW Harry Jenkms Melvrn NV1ll1s R1chard Koemqer Carl Helsmann Nancy Bower Roberta Loucks VIYQIDIB Rebholtz Bonme Songer Annette Malthle Anna McNear Mary Harmon MIDDLE ROIV B111 Dcters James Copeland Ixa Hamllton Bonme Lm der Carol Morgan Shlrley Muthert udy Tucker Mary Noe Phylhs Morr1s BOTTOM ROW Dan P1ke Arnold Lee 1m Keen Loulse Gr1fHn Carolyn W1lkes Allce Reynolds Judy Dav1s Yvonne Smxth VCFOHICI Br1dy Paullne Hodges Scdad Deck the Halls , 91 . ,rx ,. , 3,4 V x f . .4 , J , .-'f s fr I I an In IX , S. .4 ,r . , . . .i . .M , . y 5 5 X 7 4 J 7 A 7 ' I 'I v 1 7 e ' 2 1 V 1 .I - 1 ' 2 ' . ' , L . , . . 0 QQ 99 , l is 4:5 -1 Vid CHORUS T1 l""R N A 5 ""v h-Q TOP ROI1 Phwllls Bog1e Lorrame 'VIcCloud Jack Shaw B1ll Gray Donald Thomas MIDDLF ROD Cc-lvste Tcrrlll Mary Lou VNISE erlyn Leshe Lmda Brown Pat Petrey Rosa Lee Beqley Mary Shearer Regmald Blackwell Ted Morgan BOTTOM ROW Bcwrly Pxufcr Lmdn Crlhxm Lxnda Bogxc Xnna M16 Chadwcll Brenda Mackey Villa dcnc Abbott Wanda Yhlhams Donald Guw Daud Eldeen VN1ll1c Mmnmz at Me SOLOISTS ii? Q -uf x' Xrnold Lu Don fux Loulsm Crlfhn Qxrolxn XMIM mn Showers Pzanzxt Wanda H11 huns D1x1dEldun ls1lllC' Nlxnmn Dxnnx P114 iv ,. s ,M Q . F. L. -s..,.., .,, , f 1 "To honor with membership those who have demonstrated outstanding achievement p 'Q in Speech" is the purpose of N.F.L., which 3 A t,.t' f was founded by Mr. Nicholas in 1952. Since if then the club has acquired 22 members who have won lst place medals. This year the N.F.L. sent four students in Dramatic Declamation, Girls Extemporan- cous, Original Oratory, and Humorous Dec- lamation to state. At the District meet at Miami, Yvonne Smith, Henry Reid, Jill Humphrey, and Beth Bolser won first places in individual events. Our contestants are N.F.L tournament hound. W- I' U "-,na-"Mr 0 KWSN I f' TOP ROW: Irma Parsley. YVanda Dick, YVanda Burt. Wayne Leroy, Nancy Humbach, Secretary: Bill Hageman. Benjamin Emison. Beth Bolser, Dick Molen, Treasurerg Carol Thcile. Yvonne Smith. jean Showers. BOTTOA4 ROW: Carol Carman, Terry Rickerson, Vice-Preiidentg Virginia Boyle. Louise Griffin. joe Boggs, Presidentg Linda Davis, Mrs. Nicholas. La Brenda Dick. Jean McDonald. Sally Fries, James Kolbinsky. 1 . .. - ., " 'vq ': .5-Q .M A 7 .J . . A ,s J., . 1 5 V C -A- . ,vrqx-L A N ' 1 f' "if F L Nl' Yu aff' BOTTOM ROW B1nk Em son Llnda Dav1s Mrs Nlcholas AdV1SCf TOP ROW D1ck Molen Terry R1cke1-son Joe Boggs B111 Hageman Wayne Leroy J1m KO1blnSky DEBATE YN 1th the KOPIC, Resolved That the fed eral gox ernment should SUSIBIII the pr1ce of major agncultural products at not less than 90 0 of panty, our debate has vwon 1tS way to the State Tournament at Columbus We have had an arduous schedule th1s Vear In the C1HC1nHat1 Speech League we debated such schools as Xay1er 1Valnut H1115 NN esteln Hllls, and Mother of Mercy In tournaments we met Wyom1n Marys y1lle 'Notre Dame Academy Columbus 'Worth Columbus East, Dayton Chammade, Dayton Fa1rn'10nt, Dayton ul1ene and Ar lmvton The team has competed 1n four tour naments held at Mlaml Ln1yers1ty 'Vhddle town Dayton Chammade, and the D1SII'1Ct tournament at the LHINCTSIIN of Dayton Our record th1s year cons1sts of 21 mms and 11 losses WW' ..--11" I Look at the s1tuat1on logwally Joe 'ldXlSCS debaters Y : 1 1 ki , ,v ' 3 T . t I pl' , - : .1 , , . , . 'D 7 5 J 3 , . 7' ' L4 , 7 . v,, Y . , . 1 7. 9 . , . . v , . Y . 0' - 1 on Y, . Y ? l v, 1 , , . Y J . - . I O . . . , . Y . . - sf A r 4 , - -,- 1 , 'C , v ' ' ' hx V. ,' 1 , , xx ' ' 1' 1' . , rf H ' ' ' V7 .' , r . rj, r""" -4955 .4- FIFTH ROIV: Mary Bundy, Esther Snider, Eleanor Creed, Julienne Russell, Barbara Bur- bank. FOURTH ROW: Linda Bogie, Jayne Jenkins, Yvonne Smith, Shirley Muthert. THIRD ROPV: Carol Carman, Sally Fries, Judy Irwin, Joan Humphrey, Linda Davis. SECOND ROW: Louise Griflin, Jo Ann Ferris, Virginia Griffin, Jewell Allen. Mary Har- mon, Janet Crocker, Beverly Clay. FIRST ROW: Judy Davis, Eileen Evans, LaBrenda Dick, Irma Parsley, Susan Upton, Nancy Duvendeck, Ernestine Henderson, Emily Engel, Carol Guenther, Ella Mae Noe. TRI-HI-Y In a beautiful, candlelight Induction service at Bethany Home Chapel, 26 girls entered Tri-Hi-Y bringing the total membership to 46, the largest in the group's history. Taking as their purpose, 4'To create, maintain, IEA.. Lhoral roup forrr b rounc for East r Serwrce Fl and extend throughout the home, school, and com- nrunitv. high standards of Christian living," the Tri-Hi-Y girls have participated in community pro- jects, held discussions and lectures, and sponsored religious programs at school. Highlighting the activities was the Easter Service. Chaplain, Jill Humphrey, presented a scripture reading followed by meditation. A chorus of Tri-Hi-Y girls added to the solemnity of the affair. The background consisted of an altar decorated with flowers and can- dles. On Ash Wednesday and dur- ing Easter week, scripture read- ings were made over the Public Address system. Sisters from Bethanx Home ffaxe discussions Ile rn a Conxcnt and on China and a pan Anothtr discussion on Par hamcntarx Procedure prepared the girls for taking part in the Youth and Government program. TRI- HI-Y TOP ROHT Phyllis Bcwiv. Irvnc' Mfllrzxy. Nancy Humlvacah. Lorrainc' Rlrllloutl. Dolores Mozc-na. SECOND ROIV: Carol Thcilv. Carole Miller, Annette Matthicz Both Bolscr. THIRD RUIV: Joyvc' Courts. PM :XI4IDLlI'0Sl, Bcvmsly Hublnarcl. YYanLla Burl. Jan Cummins. FOURTH ROHY Elizahcth Brady. Vivian Phillips. Echo 31110 Brunswivk. Linda Marfum Beverly Guenthvr. lvllflllil XN'illizi1ns. BOTTOJI ROIVJ tlerry Phillips. illfrrilnmxlzijn Cflzuir- many Niary Noe, Historizzng Brenda Mackey. Treaiurerg Anna Juan, Secretary Freda Sand- ers, Prefidentg Miss Rappold, Arlziforg XVilladene Abbott, Vire-President: Anna Chaclwcll. Corresponding S'ecrftar5,' jill Humphrey, Chaplaing Jan Bowman, Publiciti Chairnzzzn. ' Wann 066212 1 s I ' ' 1 I ' Brvncla BIZ1i'lKC'Y. Jan Bowiiian. Mrs. Wr-lls, .-izlzziru' I'iI'l'flll S.1nclr'i's. Anna Juan. Erm'Stine- llc-nclm'rson. XYlll.lllf'!1" .Xlqluil K.X'lflfl.l.Y1i' Alum- Bonus. 'lie-iry Rickc-rson. I LJ' gvnvG IOP ROI1 D1clx Niolcn Xrt Foforth Duk lxocm cr Fd Rohmson B1ll H1 cman Henrv Rnd l'1ul I'lC1Sl'Il'lIl IWIDDII' l1OIl John lhomxs Whllx MIUUID 'ltd Morgan Ben Beclxhun BOIIOM ROI1 Dulx bnnth Clmfzlrzzzz Charles Fuy Ireasurer ferry Rlcker son Preszderzt Joe Bo ES lzce Prevuient Wayne Lrrox Secrelarp Mr Becker Adzzser HIY The H1 X has gone rnto 1ts thlrd xear be com1nCf more promlnent 1f1 school al:fa1rs T Create malntaln and extend throughout the home school, and Commun 1tx the h1 h standards of Chr1st1an charac ter 1S the purpose of o11r club xxh1ch noxx totals 16 members A Tl18.Dlx9U1X1DfT Dax SCIWICC 1n xsh1ch Rex Readme of the Presbxter1an Church xxas our quest xxas sponsored hx H1 X Also lncluded 1n our schedule xxas a Xeterans Dax SCYXICC at Glendales memoual and a dance 1n March We haxe been honored to haxe oe Boggs U0 to the model lCU1SlZ1jL1I'C 1n Columbus as a candldate for Speaker of the House Elms his thcm roclxxn .md rollm ll the H1X dance . . 4, , F. ' . ' . f . Q . viii- an Mg Ns f, ., XB ' 1 , S . 1. . N A K X ' L' V1 ' Q J 1 'if-fi F . W. , ' Elf. Q B ,. ,- -l f - - 4 , l , . . -.1 1 . -2-. . . . .Q . , ' . '. ... ,. ' : 1,. '1 z g. - f. 1 :" ,',1-1. . .' - 4 . U " , ' . 1. , , ,. V 1' F ' I bu' ' ' F I ' 5 ' I . , . . . v e . D . H . . , O , 7 . r 2 ' . 7 .U . . - 5 U ' ' sr- ,' , s 'U U , ' ' D . . . ' , , D D ' be N . . . ' k x ..l .-, .TK 31. .Q-.4 Q41 ,akin-.,..-1 IJTERAR Y ST.-llflf' ST,'lND1NCj: Bill lliiucniiin. Yiliynrf Lcroy. Richard Smith. Jcan Show- vrs. Bvili liolscr. Jim Kollvinsky. loc Bouus. Dick Bfolcn. SEATED: Yvonne Smith. Julia Y YYillis. Anna Chziclwvll. Xvllllllfl Wvillianis. Pat lctrcy. Wanda Burt. Nancy Duvcndcck, Yivizin Phillips. Carol CL1Y'7'llll1. LIBER ANN Witli tlic- piirposn- of rccorcling school lifc. the Liht-1' Anni has complr-tccl tht- 1956-57 yearbook. It has hw' stalls niiinlx-ring' 46 incrnhcrs. Last fall tht- lilac-r Anni rcccivccl a third placc honor rating from tlic National Scholastic Prcss Association for its T955-56 ycarbook. 1. ,M "'9 ' f sy ' ,c L' ax A PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF: Nancy Hunibach. Ed Robin- son. Charles Guy. ABSENT. 54 X4 EDITORIAL STAFF: xvilhdil Williams, A550 ciate Editorg Miss Bail, Aduiserg Dick Molcn Assistant Editorg Joe Boggs, Editor, H56- 57 ART STAFF: Jean Showers, Carole Miller. Priscilla Bibhs, Jill Humphrey. Anna juan. Louise Griffin. Freda Sanders. Miss Rap- pold. Joyce Courts, Gail Bayes. Jewell Allen. X . BLSINFSS' YTMIII' STAINDIXC Nfux Bundx BPHJYIIIIH Emwon Benn Beckham, Carol ul? Bcxfxlx ix unn non NC B Crm Shnlcx Niuthmt. Linda Bogie. PIXC S1411 PIVI N711 UXNXIIIII Y lllnclrm- Ahholt, .Xnnxl Juan. .UIDDl.lt 1 NI SS Swxlm NIH f lc ml IYICCYS JCIII7' ICOIV: Brvnclu Kfnrlif-y. Linda necacfadtodw , SCIENCE CLU lo lc-Llm mmw' zxhrmt QCIPIICC' li tho purpoxc- of thx- SCll'IN'I' Ciluh. Thm- Club was Stzxrtvcl this 31-314 hy FI'P4llIUC'fl who are lI1If'I'CSl0Cl in Qfiontifif fields. The HN'II1l'7l'I'i often have demon- Stratiom at their monthly mvctinqs. They' also hzxvc gom- on sc-x'c1'z1l flf-ld trips. The Cluh is opvn to anyonc- imm- fwu-cl in 4c'iv11f'f-, J we Q 1.11 'IS , vw swi- SPORTS A CLE DALE 11111111 11011 111 ll 1112 N 111x111 11011 N Cl 1 xu KIXINIOI1 0 111s 1 119 1111111111 11111 1 c su 1 1111 111 1111 1IN1 C11Qll1C1 10111111111f111 111 1 KX f1U1Q11lL1 1111 xc 11 s 111 O 11111 11 d IOQQN ms 101111111 1111 00 XXQI1 11111 Qp011S C mv 001111111 11111 1 Qucc 111 N I S 111 10111 1 11111111 913011 11111111 1114 1 11111 II 111s pl 1s111f' f1111111 'I111s 1411 ur QC11111m'1ff1c1 11rCC 0111118 111111111111 I11L N11 H111l11X 011110 1091I1f" 10 140611111111 1r1c1 1111111 111111 3111r011x111c In S111 lflff. V011 11111 111011 11101 cd 1n10 the sp011i5111. Forty-EVO boys pmticipated in 510 . M1 1.7 Game- 111110 at Glendale is 7 Il'IIl.l 1'.11's1r'y, .1111 111lII11I111Ll'Y. f.'f1p.'f11'11.' H:11'11.11.1 fl1'1'111S, xililnf' 5101111 1'x1'4'111l S.1I1C1f'fi. All-111' l'11111111w, CROSS COUNTRY BACK ROI1 Tlm Smxth Peter Spmner Duck Molen B1ll Hageman Don Guy Larry Chenault Reggxe Blackwell Ed Robxnson Terry Rlckerson 1m S8dgWlCk Charles Guy Mel Saturday John Welss ohn Thomas Bob Xoung Coach Kmg FRONT ROW Dlck Koenlger Ben Beckham oe Boggs Ollxer Smnth Jxm Amyx Wayne Leroy Roger Hahn Me'-wa. Wx Joe and Olhe lead the field W 'lla G-'S rl 70645 new team TRACK TOP ROW B1ll Hageman Dan Plke Ed Robmson Mel Saturday Charles Guy Bobby Rahn MIDDLE ROW Lloyd Llndner Gayle Kees Terry Rxckerson Mr Salxato Dxck Koenxger, Ben Beckham, Don Guy BOTTOM RON Mr Kmg joe 'Neun Roger Hahn Joe Boggs, Wayne Leroy Ollver Smlth, Mr Hardmg ' . E ., g I V IV" . . - I - I s I 9 s 7 ' ' ' 7 J 3 1 7 . J , ' .- - -' 5 3 J 1 v I 3 7 ' I '35, 1 N raii 'a'f,L1:lLguu:liLMg O I CRL .. " . A 3+ l I su gf 0 , AQ l J. H" 4' , ,' 9' , 1 r,' ,' x. l QQ!! I .3 J? ' f - 4 , I ' I' 'L g A 'J " ' ww -Qli -BP l n fl? '2 w 7-'L T549 5-rl lk! in 'gg f .Ph ff M x' B' -L 1 'fx "L I el l'.E'5' ' BL! , as .YL My ,L 1 A ,fl M x. X , . f I v 4 s ' 1 2 l ' . ' - -' a 1 FOOTBALL e 'Y Q 3 9 A B ,-. 2' -- QLS' 4 UI: F 5 5 1 l ck, 1 he U-Li A 'e'qf . 'v ' 7 ' 4 'li' T I, , I L : a .f . ,. ..,. Q if if 1 11231 . 'ff TOP ROIV: Dennis Young, Bob Rahn. Glen Mason. David Morris, Marvin Martin. Wayne Vance, Reggie Blackwell, Bob McKinney. lVillie Manning, Harold Vance, Lloyd Lindner. .MIDDLE ROW: Coach. Al Harding. Gayle Kees. Ronald Hahn, Dave Gentry. Bob Spahr, Coach, Tony Salvato. BOTTOM ROW: Ralph Hatfield, Joe Nevin, Willard Skirvin, Bob Bandy, David Sizemore, Jim Skirvin. 494 -L 51 I 1 X lg. Sf A A lifvlw liqlmly' VTX A 365 '23 A-' ' J' 'Qt b w,,.. .E lr 317' 2 ,,..5-JA' ii llwuvr llkxlnr X 'Ag x W f 1 . f . 1 X ld M 14 -1 I I-TA 1'- --.. 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Loveland ...,. 49 Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Ulf Harrison Alumni Madeira Sycamore Indian Hill XV. Chester Colerain 56 57 60 94 70 58 54 Danny scores again. We knew we could we hoped we could' Glendale 8 Glendale 7 Glendale 4 Glendale 8 Tom Glendale 63 Glendale 34 Glendale 36 Mt Healthy 69 Ter Park Taylor Sharomille nament Low eland Ter Park Loclxland KN avne avnddazdwafzi STA.YDI.N'G: C. Guy. H. Vance. D. Pike. B. Bandy. J. Arnyx, D. Molen, T, Riekerson. A. Harding. Coachg D. Koenifger. Manager, SITTING: J. Boggs, R. Hahn. M. Saturday. O. Smith. W, Leroy, E. Robinson, Bill King. Coachg G. Gray. .Manage H' Leach Bill Ixinq 6444 RSITY COUNTY CHAMPS Coach Qmitod out with thc 1cIn'1iL that he Could ncxci nuke 1 tmrn out of the bow mat mini out Thioufh his ixoik pitlcncc time and consmnt fiithhilncw Clcndilc mon thc Hamilton Cnuntx Cliw A Chimpiomhip 'IhiQ Chimpion ship qimlihccl us fm thc Digtiict Touinimont Ihc 1 Q C ich s n uc' hone from thc Ihstiict rhino uinm This X631 our Coach rc mind one of the hiffhest auarck possible when he xi 18 n unc cl is Coich of the ual in the clfm Ax chxision FW FRONT ROW: Bill King. Conch: M. Saturday. D. Pike. C, Guy. Bowls. Cnptainl E. Robinson. A1 Harding. Confh. BACK RUIV: J. Aniyx, O. Smith. R. Hahn. W4 Leroy. D. Molen. B. Handy. T. Rirkf-rson. H. Yann-, All A BACK ROW: Le!! to Right: jim Sedqewiek. Larry Chenault. Montel Reid. SECOND ROW: Coaeh Al Harding. Bill Hageman. Jim Irwin. Ted Nforuan. Blarxin Martin, FRONT ROl1": Tyler Saunders. Don Guy. Willie Manning. Lloyed Lindner. Reggie Flack- well. Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale lVest Chester Trenton ...... Reily ....,.. . Sharonville .... Anderson ..... Loveland ..... Harrison ...... Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale St. Gabriel . Maderia . , . Sycamore .. Indian Hill . Wlest Chester Colerain . . . Mt. Healthy 37 41 -L7 32 40 32 32 RESERVE BASKETBAI Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale lN'yoming , . Terrace Park Taylor .... . Sharonville . Sliaronville . Anderson . . . Sycamore . . Coaeli Harding liriefs Captain M. Marlin. Tavlor Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Readm Coleraln Vlt Healthx XX mmm North Colle e H111 Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale Glendale x. A-'Kali -Eid Sharonw 1lle Greenhllls Manemont H1 DU rn CID m 3 if 2 rn I m ra SU ri rn P U nu 'JU UD HJ..-... FRESI-IMAN BASKETBALL N.. Wayne Vance. Bob McKinney, Fred Meyers, Thorold Todd. jerry Irwin, Willard Skir vin, Frank Whitson, Tim Smith, Mr. Harding. 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L-""lJ' 'W ww V 'UVM ,YJ 11 4 We W, W 1, W, ., ,Zhi .iw OUR BGOSTERS Kav Shaw 56 E1leen 'VI Swalm .lohn E Seeman Barbara Ba1l Marv Roth Bonnle Bae Llndner 60 Mr and Mrs Carl .lordon Mr and Mrs James W1ll1ams Mr and Mrs George Hummel Bob MCKIHHCY 60 Herbert Ferguson 60 Jlm Chanev Mr Marv Bundv Harlow Mr and Mrs Fred Muthert Sh1rlex Anne Muthert B111 Sh1lTman Marv Al1ce Wells Warren W Kester Wanda D1ck 09 Glenda Lanham 56 Glorla Burt 55 Law son Wh1tCSld6S Mrs Wlllldm Sedgwrck Mrs Clark Hall Mr and Mrs Elmer RObblHS Mr and Mrs Bob Se1fert Mr and Mrs Gustawe NeuSS .lr Mr and Mrs Dale Kees E L Rouff Enqulrer Carrler Mlflam L1cht1 W1ll1am C Becker Sallv Frles 58 Echo Mae Brunswlck 59 MHFCIH Hendr1x 59 Jack Whltson lav Hudson 59 Wanda Lee Poms Q9 Andw Johnson 37 Shella Frazler Y rl- v - e-f-9 . . . , . . . Mr. . . ' ' ' Q l Lynch Fish Co. , , . . . . V - e 9 ' 9 7 . 1 . . , , ' E 7 fl' 7 V . Q- , v el- 1 ,, , . . Comphments of W S R O LIMBOCKER OIL CO ME 1 2400 CENTURY INN I , IX America s Newest Clty ,4Z7eld94tfalpl4ce 7 .ldue Slap 70wu64adPlag Call MU 1 7500 for Informatlon . E. ., J . il Gasoline e f md FM f q-Ae, , , . f ' PR 10191 All Brmd of Dogb CARLSON S STORES BATE S KENNELS 10 5 Wdxm ANQIIUQ 701 V111 Strut Budrfllng btrlplng and I mum g 1411111.11111 Ohm 11. Lmkldml Ohm 19 lxemper Road 1Xfmood P1.aza Shnppmg fentPr Sprmguale Ohm Kr IU ood Ohm 3 CAREY Abphdlt Asbebtos Mdg,HCSld 1VI.1ter1.11b for the Home Farm and Industrx Smce 1873 The Phlhp Carey Manufacturing Company Lockland 10 Ohm NASTER S REALTY COMPANY SHARON AUTO PARTS Semen the hll1lI't' Vdllm 11676 Sprmgheld P1146 SALES AND PART5 Sprmgdale 01110 Part for O1der Car V1 ,VMRH BLRBAWX P Bux Wretked Car an -Xnx f0fldlll0I1 PR 18363 Sharonxnlle Ohlo PR 18144 PETER SCHATZMAN AND SON BAR'-ow S PLLHBIXI HFATIXI SPRINGDALE HARDWARE SHEETVIETRL 11.358 Sprlngheld P1116 flemldlr- Ohm bpm! delle Ohm PR 1 -ff A -5 ' 1 1 UQ. -1 L.l,if-- " .' l1'n 4.-. . ' 1 .,. h ' A . ,lx I . I ., . ax ' ' 9 . , 1 .y 'f . , 1 V O. . If 1 . . 5 'ls , ., '. " r' 's' . 'l " 1. , ,. ' ' 7' K - ' 1 T. Nl ,A fl Q7 1. ' -. . TU' ., .. -T718 SALES SERVICE VALLEY APPLIANCE Valley Television Headquarters VA 1-1275 419 Wyoming Avenue Wyoming Compliments of BITTNER OIL COMPANY, INC. Marafuel Heating Oil PR 1-8336 Compllments of EARL VOLMER S BARBER SHOP SHAVES HAIRCUTS Sharon Avenue Glendale Ohio WEISBRODT S HYPURE PHARMACY Sharon E1 congress Avenues Glendale ohio PRESCRIPTIONS AND DRUGS PR 17636 Marcia Hendrix and Bob Mozena Admire a Fox Terrier HETHERINGTON FOR TERRIERS Compliments of Mr and Mrs T H CARRUTHERS LOUIS COOK AND SON PLUMBING 971 CongreSS Avenue Glendale Ohio PR 1 9115 Optometrist 123 Mill Street Corner Dunn Street VA 1 7780 For Appointment .. Dr. R. T. WELLING, JR. CHARLES SAWYER S SPORTING GOODS SPRINGDALE FOOD CENTER P0 12444 5 gf ld PR l 984 A GUTTING COAL COMPANY V 2 PR 16333 ld gS I THE DONALD B HUNTTING COMPANY V 1 r16h FREDERICK BERNARD I TPRIOR DH JR Ton WISE PAINT STORE AND WALLPAPER PRI 70 READING GARAGE INC wuz FRIENDLY FORD DEALER R 1 R d g When the P1l0tCan tSee Volscan BFIHQS Hun Down SAI' L1 Y' SLRELX' One ofthe major adxances 1n HXIHIIOH hlstorx IS Y olscan Thus remarkable electronlc dexlee enables the pllot to come ln exen though he can t see where he IS or where he IS gtllllg Wouldn t xou llke to plan a part tn 1mportant aehxexements such as th1s7 lf so we hawe opemngs IH mam dllferent categorles .wil jj -.XS If vou are Interested ln a career ln eler tronlns or ll wou are a tvplst or a stenog rapher whx don t vou eome out to our Emplow ment Office and talk wlth us about a career with our grow mg companw Our EmplovmentOfl:iee1s open Vlondax thru Saturdax and we suggest wou telephone for an apponntrnent Come out and ask for the fails and get lnlormatton whw wou wlll enjox thls lntcrestlng work wlth one of greater C IIN lnnatl s llnest tompames AVCO MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Crosley Dlvlsnon 2630 Glendale Mllford Road Evendale, Cll'lClI'1l1CfI 15, Ohno Telephone Pr 1 8931 l I t e-Q aeee e fe . . N' ,,,r 1, ix i. fn M P 2' at xxxxx XXX, 7 f . . MERKLE MEATS Crocerles Frozen Foods Flsh Poultrw 222 Dunn Street VA 10108 Lockland Ohlo VA 10109 R ED SCHUMACHER Complete Insurance and Real Estate Seruce 11706 Sprmgfield Pike Glendale ISpr1ngdalel Ohlo Home SY 16232 Busmess 1 75 LOU S TOGGERY 421 WVOm1Hg Avenue Men and Bov s Wear FORMAL RENTALS SPRINGDALE ANTIQUE AND REPAIR SHOP ANTIQUES BOUGHT AIND SOLD Phone PR1nceton 16116 State Route 4- 11086 Sprxngfield Plke Sprmgdale Ohlo OUR BUSINESS IS BUILT ON FRIENDLY SERVICE GEORGE'S SOHIO STATION sham and Sprmgfleld Plke Glendale ohm PR 19843 Complete Lme Crocernes and Meats Beer and Wme THE FARM MARKET Sprlngfield Plke Woodlawn Ohlo Phone PR 19833 WINDCREST KENNELS Boardlng Trammg Croommg Pet Cemetarv 001 Rnddle Road Wwommg PR 18.374 Compllments of WILLIAM LIGHTENBERG AND SON BUILDING AND REMODELING 188 S Wavne Axenue VA 14204 W E Y. 1 A " D . . - - , E 1 L 3 I 7 . I ' D V . . I E ' ' . ' PR. -69 1 Wyoming VA. 1-9378 I WISE OWLS ALL OVER TOWN BUY SELL THE WISE WAY Complete Real Estate Service Realty Listing Homes 24 Hour Service NORMAN W WISE, Broker WISE COMPANY REALTY Exclusive Agent for Patchell Meadows Subdivision Corner Route 55 and Route 222 North of Milford Main Ofiice 4 Court Ninth Arcade GA 1 3535 PR I 5059 OHIO TYPEWRITER Se teSch I L get TW I 2040 JORDON S TEXACO SERVICE STATION e Up Sp fi ld P lc PO 14089 GIFT SHOP fAllt HF gacd b HARDING AND CARROL FURNITURE L A u Hug q hll 18 d PR 16175 WE I 4728 I 7 1 NWC We h 00 S and Road Service Engine T Cincinnati's ar s Offices" Wy0mingandViCini1y It if C0 I I - 1217 ring e i e ll Compliments of Gifts or he Occasions Gifts, amps, ppliances, and F rniture New i- i Long-Playin e or AI urns Greenhills Lower Shopping Center i a e S uare Green i s ,Ohio ale, Ohio - i LOCKLAND FLORIST Hmmm L Bunn Prop 120 W Wxommg Axenue Lockland lo Ohlo VA13931 Insurance Flrst Natxonal Bank Blllldlllg Fourth and Walnut Streets ClIlClf1IldI1 7 Ohlo JOE BOGGS Complete Insurance Seruce Office Resldence Glhheld I 7120 PR1ncet0n 16809 Cornplnnent a FRIEND JOHN H. RICHARDS CO., INCORPORATED of Congratulations to The Senior Class of 57 LATTA S PHARMACY Springdale Ohio We Thank You for Your Patronage BENNIE EVEN FOOD MARKET Congress and Washington Avenue's Glendale, Ohio RURAL DoxoL GAS RURAL NATURAL GAS COMPANY THE LOCKLAND LUMBER COMPANY soo E W II VA I 0298 WIDMER S Dry Cleaning 2016 M d ZERO ZIP CREIIMY WHIP WILLIAM J SEDGWICK gf ld SI gil INSURANCE SERVICE PR 1944 INSURE IN SURR INSLRAN11-, 7 5 . , . Heating, Cooking and Water Heating , Q . yoming Ave. a ison Road Locklan ,ohio fl EAst 1-5100 a I DRY gb W Try Our T A f . Everyone Welcome Sprin IC Pike i 5 Jfllldflilf 'l 1 il 1 A ii GARDEN SHOP ' gn d P'k ' S KELLEY S MARKET ' F d PR 16323 PR 1 8693 VILLAGE SQUARE BEAUTY SHOP 0 V 1 g q a d ANITA WESTENDORF THE SPRINGDALE BARBER SHOP e 0 d bp gfi ld P k SHAVES HAIRCUTS IW f CHRIST CHURCH f 2 f SPRINGDALE GARAGE Sp gd PR 1 1129 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF CINCINNATI I8 OFFICES ALL OVER TOWN LOCKLAND OFFICE 131 W1111aHlb Avenue PO I 2950 WYOMING AVENUE OFFICF 615 West Wy0mlHg Avenue VA 1 2992 Tv Anna Chadwell and Anna Juan Dec1de on a Clft IGLER S PHARMACY 63 YEARS OF SERVICE 21 V111age Square PR 18611 Glendale Ohlo PROGRESS LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Corner of Vine and De Camp Ave Hartwell, 01110 VA 1-2928 XXL WELLING JEWELERS M111 and Dunn Streets Lockland 01110 VA 1 0065 Comphments A FRIEND TATMAN TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT F WLSTI-NDORF Prop Loekland 0h1o VA 1 2066 X 7-zmaaa Km 'I afund Kemper and Prlnceton Plke Spr1r1gd.1le 1,1110 PR 19392 VA131b0 SPRINGDALE LAKE X 'x l f 1 K k , 1 F. ,iw , ' . 4 ' 1 44 J? 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' . - 1 7 V 1 of I 1 I 1, U , , XX I Q S ' of Sis , The One, the Only, the Original AMERICA s Most mmous oouatf nfcx HAMBURGER me omcnm mc nov DER BY PHONE TAKE EM The Eatln Treat that Can t be Beat Compliments of THE GORDON B. MILLER AND CO MANUFACTURER OF J1-:WI LRY Since 1900 OBERT S PHARMACY 436 Sprmgfield Ptke Wwmmg QWE FILL PRESI Rlrrtovsy VA 12040 M NEWTON Local and Long D1stance Moung AGENT ALLIED VAN LINES Storage Packing Flre Proof Warehousee Vnne Street and North Bend Road Carthage Cnnclnnatn Ohno VAllew 10231 See the New Look SEE MORE BOWLING LANES AUTOMATIC PIN SPOTTERS ALLEN S T V SERVICE 374 Kemper Road Sprlngdale T V AND RADIO SERVII E. yi Applnanfes Serured All Tvpeb All Wcnrk C uaranteed CHANEY S BARBER SHOP 11142 Springfield Pike Springdale Ohlo P P A s V on I 1 , 1 ' 7 7 al. . . . . . 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