Jackson High School - Scoop Yearbook (Massillon, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1958 volume:
WM0v m - ■ 1 %| r«: ' j ’ ,-?h , . i 9L • JiP JACKSON MEMORIAL HIGH SCHOOL R. F. D. 3, MASSILLON, OHIO MARGO GROSS-_ BARBARA KERN __ LINDA GRANT ___ KAY LEMASTERS GORDON WYLES . LEE UNDERWOOD SALLY McNUTT __ BART CABLE_ _Editor-in-Chief Business Manager _Sports Editor _Typist _Literary Staff _Literary Staff _Literary Staff _Photographer Cover by GARY BOSS It is with great pride that we of the 1957-58 Annual Staff present our edition of the " Scoop " . The 1958 Staff has chosen as its theme, " A Journey Through Jackson. " As you leaf through the pages of this yearbook, imagine yourself on a trip through Jackson Memorial High School. Check the map carefully and you will be on the road of high school life. The sign posts lead you to Administration, Classes, Activities, Sports, Junior High, and Advertisements. We hope the scenery will bring back many happy memories of the events which occurred during the 1957-58 school year. ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATION H. C. SAUDER Superintendent It may well be said that Mr. Sauder is a pillar of the school, for without him, the school would surely crumble. His pleasant personality and smile are an asset to him in his work. He must observe classes and see that the students and teachers get along in harmony. In general, he must see that the school runs smoothly. P. M. LAWRENCE Principal Mr. Lawrence has many jobs to occupy his time. Among them he arranges schedules, gives advice, and is forced to be disciplinarian. His interest in the student body wins the respect and admiration of us all, though it may not always be apparent. BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated: Mr. Essig, Clerk; Mr. Bent, Vice President; Mr. Tilton. Standing: Mr. Gilmore; Mr. Mack; Mr. Sauder, Superintendent; Mr. DeWalt, Presi¬ dent. 6 Jackie Young and Betty Keck are our school office secretaries. Their responsibilities are numerous, and I am sure that none of us envy their jobs. Writing checks, answering telephones, mimeographing papers, and other jobs makes their day a very busy one. FACULTY MRS. ROHRBAUGH Latin II; Sr. High Choir; Jr. High Vocal; Advisor to Latin Club. Mr. Essig, our school clerk, and Mrs. Lorenz, his secretary, are rela¬ tively unknown, though they play a very important part in the function¬ ing of our school. 7 COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT MR. LAWRENCE GATCHELL Typing I, Office Machines; Office Practice; General Business; Bookkeeping I; Bookstore. MRS. VIRGINIA BOND Typing I and II; Shorthand I and II; Advisor to Bear Facts. SHOP DEPARTMENT MR. JOHN SACCONE Shop I; Mechanical Drawing I; .Assistant Foot¬ ball Coach; Assistant Basketball Coach. MR. WALTER AMACHER Driver Training; Mechanical Drawing; World Geography. MR. NORWOOD DAVIDSON Mechanical Drawing I; Industrial Arts I, II, III, and IV. ARTS DEPARTMENT „ MISS CAROLYN CHQIiLI English I; Art I, II, and IIJ Advise Freshman-Sophomore Y-Teen s MR. ClABttiCE .GATI Jr. Band $r. Band. ■ .y [j 8 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MRS. GENEVA KERSHAW General Science; Science 7. MR. CECIL RAMGA Biology; Advisor to Annual Staff. MRS. FLORENCE PFOUTS Chemistry; Physics; Business Arithmetic. MATH DEPARTMENT MR. DAN MATTHEWS Plane Geometry; Advanced Algebra; Solid Geometry; Trigonometry; Freshman Basket¬ ball Coach; Faculty Manager; J.M.A.A. MRS. RUTH KNOWLES Algebra I; Shop Math; Advisor to Junior Class. LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT MRS. FLORENCE HYDE English Literature; Latin I; Girls Advisor; Advisor to Sophomore Class MR. ELMER GIEB French I and II; English II; Advisor to French Club. MRS. MILDRED RAMGA Librarian; Advisor to Librarians; Advisor to F.T.A. MR. THOMAS KINNEY American Literature; Freshman Advisor; Junior Play Director. 9 SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT MR. HARRY DUTKA American Government; Guidance; Advisor to Sr. Hi-Y. MR. JOSEPH POLING Speech; Public Speaking; English I; World History; Advisor to N.F.L. MR. HAROLD BARKER English II; American History; Advisor Jr. Hi-Y. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MRS. VERA LININGER Home Economics I and II; Advisor to Sr. Y-Teens. MISS MARY McCOY Home Economics III; Advisor to F.H.A.; 7th Grade Science. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT MR. DALE HAVERSTOCK Assistant Football Coach; Varsity Basketball Coach; Physical Education. MRS. LOIS BAXTER Physical Education; Advisor to Jr. Red Cross Council; Advisor to Sr. Class; Advisor to Cheerleaders. 10 Whose back shall we stab today? Two ' s company, three ' s a crowd. Stop smiling — don ' t you have enough work to do? A good executive has a worried look on his assistant ' s face. I ' d like to help you out — which way did you come in? I ' m fairly stupid myself, but I have a lot of VERY INTELLI¬ GENT help. 11 end OF Measured mile Y « m ■ If ' ■■■ ■ i 1 - yp " ¥ " . s . Lair i. ' . a %Bi V jPBr I i i , if wasp W! % SENIORS W CLASS OFFICERS Barbara Becherer, Secretary Jim Russ, Vice President Chuck Jolliff, President Barbara Kern, Treasurer DRIVING TOWARDS GRADUATION On September 3, 1954, a group of perplexed Freshmen began a four-year journey on the road of high school life. Like other roads, this road contained rough and hilly stretches as well as its smooth and level stretches. There were many paths to lead us forword: College Preparatory, Commercial, Vocational, General Culture and Technical. The goal of each was to meet together on May 29, 1958, to receive his diploma. Along the way we stopped to participate in sports, music, dramatics and club activities. Looking back, we also recall the good times we had at the Proms and our fine class plays, " Men Are Like Street¬ cars " , and " We Shook The Family Tree " . We would like to thank our teachers for guiding us straight on the road to success. MRS. BAXTER The Senior Class wishes to express its sincere appreciation to Mrs. Lois Baxter, our friend and class advisor. Her excellent advice and under¬ standing way has led us through four successful years of high school. We shall always link her name with our fondest memories of the Class of 1958. 14 LESTER ALBRECHT General Culture Course Lehman 1; Tumbling Team 1, 2; Office Help 2. JERRY ATER Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Class Play 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 4; Reserve Basketball 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 2; Ad Sales¬ man. SHIRLEE BAER Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; F.H.A. 3, 4; Secre¬ tary 4; Timken 1, 2; Choir 1, 2. ROSEMARY BARNHART Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Choir 1, 2, 4; F.H.A. 1, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; Vice-President 4. DON BENSON Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Class Play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Secre¬ tary 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Reserve Basketball 1, 2; Reserve Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4. BOB BENT Technical Course French Club 3, 4; President 4; N.F.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholar¬ ship Tests 1, 2, 3, 4; Bear Facts Staff 3; Class Play 4; Office Help 3; J.M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; Baseball 1, 2; Ad Sales¬ man 4. DICK BERNARD General Culture Course Latin Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 1. 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 2, 1. JIM BLACKSTONE Liberal Arts Course Latin Club 1, 2; Vice-President 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Reserve Basketball 2, 1; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 2, 1; Baseball 2, 1, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4; Hi-Y Basketball 3, 4, T.C.Y.M.C.A. All- County. BOB BAUER Technical Course French Club 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 2 - 3 - BARB BECHERER Liberal Arts Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 1; Treasurer 2; Oj French Club 2, 3; Treasurer 4; Latin Club- ' 2, 1 Secretary 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3 Class Play 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4 Librarian 1; Class Secretary 2, 3, 4. ALICE BLILE Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3 MIRIAM BOWER Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Program Chairman 1; Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2; F.T.A. 4. MARILYN BRESSON Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Plays 4 COLLEEN BUSS Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLENE CASPER Commercial Course Y-Teens 1, 2 ; 3, 4; Class PI Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4 HARRIETT CLECKNER Liberal Arts Course French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Scholarship Tests 1; Class Plays 4; Choir 1; Accompanist 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross Council 1. DICK CLIMES Technical Course Class Play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3, 4 Reserve Basketball 2; Reserve Football 2; Track 1 2; Freshman Basketball 1. PAUL DAILY General Culture Course Class Play 3, 4; Choir 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Basketball 1. SANDY DeMUESY General Culture Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Program Chairman 1; Class Play 3; Office Help 2; Speech Club 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Program Chairman 4. JUDY DITCH Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Choir 1; F.H.A 1 , 2 . ORPHA DOMER Clerical Course Y-Teens 1, 3; Choir 1. JEFFREY EMHOFF General Culture Latin Club 1; Jr. Red Cross Council 1. WILLIAM FINGER Liberal Arts Lat ; n Club 1, 2; Scholarship Test 1; Choir 2; Office Help 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Conductor 4. JAMES FLOOD Technical Course Latin Club 1; Hi-Y 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 4; Baseball 4; Camera Club 1; Longfellow 1; Central 2. VICKY FLOOM Clerical Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 1; Secretary 3; Class Play 3; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3. RALPH FORRER General Culture Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 1; Baseball 1. KAY GARDNER Liberal Arts Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; French 3, 4; Program Chairman 3; Vice-President 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.F.L. 1; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3; Bear Facts Staff 4; Assistant Editor 4; Class Plays 3, 4; Choir 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Director 4; F.T.A. 4. JOAN GARNER Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Program Chairman 1; I.C.C.R. 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; French Club 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Program 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholar¬ ship Tests 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; F.T.A. 4. CARLA GARVIN Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Librarian 2. DICK GEISSINGER Technical Course N.H.S. 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4; Scholarship Tests 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 1, 2, 3. LINDA GRANT Liberal Arts sident 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; pfiiinual 3 Tests 1, 2, 3, 4; i Class Plays f L 1, 2, 3; 4b, Cheei;l ide A, 2,, ir !) 1 O A . Cl X ri_■ ' V Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 2; Treasurer 4; Latin Club 1, 2; President 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; j bnupl Staff 3, 4; Scholarship 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; F.H.A. 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross Council l.yST 3 4; Clc President 1; Football QuegiV AttendAfit ft] ball Queen 4. jft n rr " ,0 I A MARGO GROSS Liberal Arts ft Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 J5rogr Latin Club 1, 2; Treqysi r Staff 2, 3, 4; Assistant Eel Class Plays 3, 4; F.H.A. fl RICHARD HALTER General Culture Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 3; Track 4. MYRON HOAGLAND General Culture Class Play 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Timken 1; Football 1. i 18 MICK HOFF Liberal Arts Van Buren 1, 2, 3; Class Play 3; Choir 2, 3; Hi-Y 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class President 3; Class Treasurer 1; Class Vice-President 2; Baseball 2, 3. LOUIS HOLBEN Liberal Arts Latin Club 2, 3; Class Play 3; Librarian 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Reserve Basketball 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4. CAROL HUBIAK Commercial Course Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2; Jr. Red Cross Council 1. CHUCK JOLLIFF Technical Course Latin 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 4; Class Plays 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Pr esident 2, 4; Vice-Presi¬ dent 1, 3; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Reserve Basket¬ ball 2; Class President 3, 4; Class Vice-President 2; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4. DEANNA KALUZA Commercial Course North Canton 1; Barberton 1, 2, 3; Choir 1; Cheer¬ leader 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Class Secretary 1. BARBARA KERN Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; President 4; Latin Club 1. 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; Business Manager; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Cheerleader 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2; President 1, 2; North Canton 1, 2; F.T.A. 4; Vice-President 4; Class Secre¬ tary 1; Class Treasurer 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4. PAT KRACKER Commercial Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Librar¬ ian 3. NANCY KRNACH Commercial Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Choir 1; Office Help 4; F.H.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; I.M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Jr. Red Cross Council 2; Class Treasurer 1; Football Queen Attendant 4. DAVID LAPPIN General Culture Times Staff 4; Choir 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 1, 2. BONNIE LITTLE Commercial Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholar¬ ship Test 4; Class Plays 3, 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2; Librarian 1, 4; Secretary 4; Class Secretary 1; Class Treasurer 2. HARRY LUDWICK Liberal Arts Class Plays 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Reserve Football 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y Basketball 2, 3, 4. ALVIN LUTZ General Culture Class Plays 3, 4; Librarian 3; Treasurer 3; Hi-Y 1, 2; Reserve Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class Sgt.-at-Arms 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Reserve Football 1, 2. SHARON MAGERS General Culture Y-Teens 1; Latin Club 1; Class Plays 3; Choir 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4; Librarian 1; Class President 1; E. A. Jones 1. GEORGE MATAKO Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Test 1, 2, 3; Class Plays 3, Choir 4; Librarian 4; President 4; Hi-Y 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 3. SHIRLEY McCLASKEY Stenographic Course Choir 4; F.H.A. 1, 2; Carrollton High 1, 2; Spanish Club 2. KATHLEEN McKELVEY Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 4; Class Plays 3, 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2, 4; Office Help 4. NANCY McREYNOLDS Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Secretary 3; N.H.S 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 4; Bear Facts Staff 4; Class Play 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Vernon 1, 2; Secretary-Treasurer 2; Beta Club 2; Choir 1, 2. ROGER MICHAELS General Culture Course Reserve Football 4. CLIFF MILLER Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.F.L. 3, 4; Vice-President 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4; Scholarship Tests 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Reserve Basket¬ ball 2; Track 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 3, 4. LINDA MILLER Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, RICHARD MILLER Technical Course N.H.S. 3, 4; Class Play 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4, J.M.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Reserve Basketball 2, 3; Hi-Y Basketball 4. CAROLE MINTER Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Test 3, 4; Bear Facts Staff 4; F.H.A. 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. ROGER MOESLE General Culture Course Class Play 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Foot¬ ball 2. IOAN MOORHEAD Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3; Librarian 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2, 4. KAREN NEIDENTHAL Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2; Bear Facts Staff 4; Editor 4; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.F.L. 1, 2, 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 3; Class Play 3, 4. CAROL ANN NELSON Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2; Class Play 4; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DICK RAMGA Technical Course Ad Salesman 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 4; Track 3; Chair Crew 3. 4. DARIAN RICHARDSON Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Hi-Y 3; Chair Crew 2, 3, 4. BOB RUDY General Culture Course Class Plays 2, 3; Choir 4; Hi-Y 1, 2. 3, 4. IIM RUSS Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Vice-President 2; N.F.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President 1, 2; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 2, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4. NELSON SHAMMO General Culture Course Class Play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; Ad Salesman 4; Hi-Y Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. IOY DEANNE SCOTT Liberal Arts Y-Teens 2, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Choir 1; N. Canton 1; Orchestra 1, 4. CHARLOTTE NIST Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2; F.H.A. 4. JOHN PAUSTIAN Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 2, 3, 4; Choir 4. GENE PHILLABAUM General Culture Course Class Play 3; Office Help 3; Ir. Red Cross Council 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Reserve Football 1; Chair Crew 2, 3, 4. JOY PRATT Home Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; F.H.A. 1, 2. ANN SEEL Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; I.C.C.R. 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Bear Facts Staff 4; Class Play 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY SHAFER Liberal Arts Course French Club 3, 4 Reserve Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Lincoln High School 1. JOHN SHEEHAN General Course Lehman High School 1, 2. KENNETH SIBERT General Culture Course BURLETTA SINNETT Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2. KAREN KAY SMITH Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.F.L. 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2; Bear Facts Staff 1, 2; Class Play 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; F.T.A. 4. PAT SMITH Clerical Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Plays 3. 4; G.H.A. 1, 2, 4. WESLEY SMITH General Culture Course Hi-Y 3, 4; Baseball 4; Track 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 4. DAVID SNYDER Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Scholarship Tests 4; Choir 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Reserve Football 2; Ad Salesman 4. BILL STEVENS General Culture Hi-Y 3, 4. 22 kW MMlKM Wai LEE STOCKON General Culture TED STUHLDREHER General Culture Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 3, 4. JEANNIE SWART Liberal Arts Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Class Play 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; F.H.A. 1. 4; F.T.A. 1. CHRIS THOMAS General Culture Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4; Chair Crew 4. JIM ULM Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3; Scholarship 3, 4; Class Plays 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; Office Help 3; Jr. Red Cross Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Reserve Basketball 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Chair Crew 4; Ad Salesman 4. DAVE WALLENHURST Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Class Play 3, 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 3, 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Chair Crew 4; Ad Salesman 4. GARY WELTLICH Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 4; Bear Facts Staff 4; Class Play 3; Choir 1, 2; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chair Crew 2, 3, 4; Track 2. LINDA WELTY Clerical Course Y-Teens 1, 2; Latin Club 2; F.H.A. 2, 3; Librarian 1; Jones Jr. High 1; Betty Crocker Homemaker Test 4. RUTH WORKER Stenographic Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; Choir 1, 2; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Lincoln 2. Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Plays 3, 4; Office Help 3; Band 1, 2; Washington High 1, 2; G.A.A. 2. PAT TUSING General Culture LINDA LEONARD Home-Economics Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Play 3; F.H.A. 4. CHARLES WERTZ General Course Band 3, 4; Vice-President 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. BILL WILLAMAN Technical Course Latin Club 1, 2; Class Plays 3; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; Reserve Football 1, 2; Track 2; Hi-Y Basketball 1, 2, 3. CAROLE WILLIAMS Liberal Arts Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3 4; President 1, 2; Latin Club 1, i Treasurer 1; Secretary 2; Class Plays 3, 4; F.H.A. ] 2, 3. 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3; Drum-Majorett 4; Vice President 3; Jr. Red Cross Council 2, 3 4 Secretary 3; Class Secretary 1. : ' ItEN WOLFE Technical Course jM Latin Club 1, 2; Class Play 3; Hi-Y 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Reserve Basketball 1; Class Sqt.-at Arms 2. 3. MARCUS WORKMAN Technical Course French Club 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Secretary 4; Latin Club 1, 2; N.H.S. 3, 4; Scholarship Tests 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; President 4- Hi-Y 4. ' TOM WYLES Liberal Arts CAROL ZINK Clerical Course Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4; Bear Facts Staff 1, 2, 3; Clas Play 3; F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Reserve Cheei .leader 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4. 24 JUNIORS Carolyn Edwards Jim Fenton John Fick Rose Fierstos Larry Floom Bill Forsyth Joan Getz Henry Aegerter John Ater Loren Bates Lynda Baughman Ann Belknap Mary Ann Bernard CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Jeannie Danner, Recording Secretary Barbara Disler, President Bill Forsyth, Vice-President David Rankl, Treasurer Daneen Schiltz, Correspending Secretary Marty Berring Chris Bixler Gary Boss Frank Boyd Steve Braneky Sue Brower Margaret Burwell Ross Carter Linda Clark Dave Clatterbuck Tom Cozy Irene Craig Jeannie Danner Kirk Darragh Barbara Disler Carol Dunn Margery Eby Johnny Griffith Fred Hann Steve Harris Bob Hartzell Howard Heitger Dave Helmick Susan Hershberger 25 Jennifer Highley Jack Hollender Ronnie Holmes Janet Holshoy Shirley Huffman Bill Hunsinger Bob Jarrett Bob Jarvis Sandra Johanning Rita Jones Ruth Kekich Bonnie Kelly Ray Keogh Mary Kintz Marianne Kirk Nancy Klinge Dick Knowles Steve Kovascis Barb Krnach Nancy Kuntz Judy Ladd Jim Laursen Joan Lee Kay Lemasters Tom Lewis Anne Linn Nancy Linn Janet Livingston Tom Lockard Jeff Mack Tom Malinowski Cynthia Mallalieu Judy Mann Daniel Mantsch Stuart McArdle Nancy McCort Bonnie McGlynn Sally McNutt Jim Mead Pat Michaels Jewel Miller Dave Mobberly 26 far ' Betty Nutter Dianne Paul David Persinger Karen Phillis Bob Randles Dave Rankl Vera Reel Bob Rohr Martha Rohr Nancy Rohr Shirley Rohr Rita Schalmo Wesley Schaub Anna Mae Scheetz Daneen Schiltz David Schmader Jim Selogy Ed Shonk Ellie Sibila Karen L. Smith Gary Sponseller Virginia Stamman Joan Stayer Eddie Swan Judi Swartout John Tolle Ronnie Ulm Lee Underwood Acie Uplinger Leona Van Camp Dale Van Voorhis DeMaris Vincent Harry Wooden Dave Wurtz Elaine Wyles Gordon Wyles Barbara Yoder Peggy Zahler Suzanne Zastudil 27 SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS Left to Bight: Dave Hostetler, President Gayle Grant, Secretary Ned Guest, Vice-President Dianne Forrest, Treasurer Sally Babetski John Baich Judy Baird Linda Bartko Patty Bates Bob Bender Fred Berndt Sandy Bernhart Victor Bertoni Patty Billman John Blackstone Margaret Boron Shirley Bowen Claudia Braucher Bill Brenneman Bonnie Brown Ronnie Burtnett Sandy Burwell Bart Cable Bonnie Callahan George Casper Bernice Cheyney John Clapper Judy Clatterbuck Harold Coleman David Coltrin Josie Copper Barbara Corbett Carolyn Crisp Rich Davis Sherry DeMuesy Grant Ditch Eunice Domer Patty Drury Ann Dunning Ray Eberhardt Julia Everhart Gayle Ferguson Larry Fierstos Jackie Finger Bob Fisher John Flood Tim Floom Dianne Forrest Florence Furbee Sondra Geis Linda Goodwin Gayle Grant Ned Guest Ted Habony Mary Ann Halter Nadine Halter Pat Hanes Jack Hite Jim Hoagland Judy Hoffee Bonnie Hollender Shirley Hollingbaugh Dave Hostetler Dave Jolliff Sally Karns Mike Keck Bill Kiefer Joe Kirven Judy Klainski Robert Knowles Jim Kracker David Krantz Shirley LeBeau Diane Lightbody 29 John Lorenz Tom Marchand Paul Markowsky Allen Mathena David McCombs Pat McCormick Bill Metz Janet Miller Sherry Mosley Carole Murphy Dave Nelson Karl Ney Carol Nist Carol Nye David Orr Gyda Otten Jean Paul Robin Pearson Carol Pettay Judy Pettay Glenn Phillabaum Barbara Price Jim Rankl Tom Ricker Paula Ritchie Diane Robertson Betsy Rohr Helen Rohr Judy Rohr Mary Ann Rohr Richard Roherer Ronald Royer Paul Schalmo Barb Scheetz Dan Seckler Tim Serra 30 Donna Shearer Pat Sheppler Jackie Shoemaker Linda Sirotock David Smith Joyce Smith Ruth Smith Harry Smyth Chuck Stoner Carl Stuhldreher Don Stump Barb Sturm Dick Sturm Ralph Sweany Donna Taylor Tim Taylor Terry Thompson Tim Tilton Judy Trachsel Bill Vitak Bob Wagner James Walsh Herb Walton Donna Watts Jack Weimer George Welty Don Wesley Douglas West Terry Westfere Grace Wiandt Ron Williams Sandra Williams Bob Wood Bob Young Barb Zintz 31 CLASS OFFICERS Lett to Right: Judy Lee, Secretary Ted Rohrer, Treasurer Terry Ulm, President Bob Webster, Vice-President Karen Baughman Susan Bethel Terry Bixler Carol Boomhower Carol Boron Leo Boron Sue Boyd Chauncey Boyer Ray Braucher Sherry Bray FRESHMEN Dick Albrecht Marta Alexander Pat Andrews Donald Ash Carole Baer Charles Barnhart Jim Bresson Judy Brumbaugh Connie Bryson Karen Buchman David Burgoon Charles Byrd Ronald Canterbury Jerry Cartiea Joyce Casper Lawren Coltrin Nancy Copeland Tom Covert Jack Crawford Janet Cushing Sandra Decker John Dretke Charlotte Duke Tom Eckenrode hr ( t W t •» w ■ JpjK|| r ' » di ; V Richard Frazee Marlene Frick Sheila Garner Will Gates Barbara Gerber Leslie Gergel Dave Gowing Martin Gradijan Joe Guest Susan Halter Norwood Harder Ronald Harper Nick Fidler Louise Fierstos Ronny Fink Lorena Floom Barbara Forsyth Steve France Wanda Harper Jeffrey Haverstock Larry Haymaker Paul Heitger Pat Hency William Hensel Annabelle Hershberger Sandy Hoff Betty Anne Horst Dennis Huey Nancy Huffman Larry Huthmacher Tom Eckert Bonnie Edwards Judi Elder Eleanor Etter David Faverty Joan Fidler 33 ' 1 Roily Johnson Tim Jolliff Sandra Jones Dick Keogh Robert Kershaw Donna Kimble Larry Kirk Edward Kraus Judy Lee Betty Lenegar Carole Lockard Larry Lutz Hanly Mann Garry Mamin Terry McNutt Charlene Meek Martha Mercier John Minter Donald Montgomery Charles Moorhead Charles Naylor Norma Norris Barbara Palm Bob Parsons Bill Paulus Ernie Petscher Jamie Rader Bill Rees Jeff Regula Jill Reiderman Lila Reynolds Betty Rohr Tom Rohr Ted Rohrer Nancy Ronk Clement Rook 34 Frances Ross Gary Ross Bob Schaub Sue Schiltz Bill Schroeder Gary Scott Judy Seifert Larry Schaffer Dick Sheehan Beverly Shulty Heath Simpson Rosetta Sinnett Donald Smart Ed Smith Sandy Smith Sue Smith Mary Sogorka Sue Sommerville Kathy Swartout Bill Thackwell Mary Thomas Bruce Tidball Ed Tusing Karen Tusing Terry Ulm Rose Van Camp Larry Van Voorhis Paul Wadian Bob Webster Robert Welch James Wertz Sue Ann Whitacre Betty Jo Wilk Lorelei Windle Judy Yant Helen Yingling Beth Ziesmer 35 Don ' t confuse me with facts—my mind is already made up. Everything doesn ' t require money — but what? • I » « Before you louse it up—THIMK.M I like my job — it ' s the work I hate. I ' m not crazy — it ' s just the rest of the world. Vice-President in charge of Confusion As Mason said to Dix- son, " We have to draw the line somewhere. " 36 Which one gets the Oscar? Good Reasons? My excuses are better. THINK!!! There must be a harder way to do this. Whoever regards work as a pleasure can sure have a heckuva lot of fun in this school. Everyone in this school goes " Buggy” at one time or another. Just one of those daze. When you can ' t convince ' em confuse ' em. Blessed are they who run around in circles, for they shall be known as wheels. No reason for it—just company policy. Your visit has climaxed an already dull day. 37 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY The elderberry wine was at its best the night of April 25, 1958, when the Junior Class brought Arsenic and Old Lace " to the auditorium of Jackson High. The Brewster sisters, skillfully portrayed by Kay Lemasters and Judi Swartout, led the action by quietly poisoning a number of elderly men and burying them in " Panama. " The play rolled swiftly to a surprise climax which Jackson audiences will never forget. CAST Abby Brewster-Kay Lemasters Martha Brewster_Judi Swartout Teddy Brewster_Bob Randles Jonathan Brewster_Richard Knowles Mortimer Brewster_Lee Underwood Dr. Einstein-Dale Van Voorhis Elaine Harper_Joan Lee Reverend Harper_Harry Wooden Mr. Gibbs-Jon Tolle Officer Klein_Jim Mead Officer Brophy_Chris Bixler Mr. Witherspoon_Dave Persinger Officer O ' Hara_Dave Mobberly Lieutenant Rooney_Jack Hollender Abby Brewster, Elaine Harper, Martha Brewster STANDING: Mr. Kinney Kay Lemasters, Richard Knowles.TTim Mead. Bob Randles. Dale Van Voorhis, Nancy Klinge, Lee Underwood. ON STAIRS: Dave Mobberly, Judi Swartout, Joan Lee. Standing: Sally, Jimmy. Seated: Paige, Jill, Bobby, Ellie-May. CAST Hildegarde _ Karen Neidenthal Mr. Dolson -Jim Russ Mrs. Dolson_Margo Gross Sally - Kay Gardner Bobby -Bob Bent Jimmy -Jim Ulm Paige -Harriet Cleckner Ellie-May-Linda Grant Jill -- Nancy McReynolds Freddie Shermer _Jerry Ater Mr. Shermer-Cliff Miller Mrs. Shermer _Barbara Becherer Mrs. Dolson, Mr. Dolson, Hildegarde, Freddie, Mr. Shermer, Mrs. Shermer SENIOR CLASS PLAY " WE SHOOK THE FAMILY TREE " Hildegarde Dolson, a wallflower, is desperately anxious to attract the attention of some eligible senior, for it ' s almost Saturday night and no boy has even hinted that he ' d like to take her to the big dance. She wins the school debate with an impassioned plea against drinking, but instead of attracting boys with her brains, she only convinces everyone that her father must be a terrible drunkard. Hildegard ' s mother, in an effort to help, makes a date for her with the only boy in town who has to wear knickers. Many hilarious events follow but all turns out well. MESS! That is the only way to explain last-minute make-up for the play. 39 ' I TONY CURTIS March 20, 1938 Miss Margo Gross 5309 Island Drive Lake Cable Canton 8, Ohio Dear Miss Gross: Thank you for your recent letter, enclosing pictures asking us to choose the aost photogenic girl and boy for your school yearbook It was a very difficult taak for all the girls and boys were so goodlooking - however, after much deliberation, we have made our choise. Of course, you aust understand that this is only our opinion froa the pictures. »e.1se sure all the others deserve the sane honor. Needless to say, we wish you auch success with your yearbook and thank you for asking us to be your judges. Kindest regards. Sincerely, Janet Tony Curtis MR. GARY WELTLICH MR. DON BENSON MR. ROGER MOESLE 40 MR. JIM BLACKSTONE MISS SHIRLEE BAER MISS BARBARA BECHERER MISS LINDA GRANT The MOST PHOTOGENIC candi¬ dates were chosen this year by Troup and Pluto Studios from the senior portraits. The candidates were chosen on the basis of their ability to photograph well. The candidates pictures were then sent to Miss lanet Leigh and Mr. Tony Curtis who chose the winners. MISS SHARON MAGERS 41 ACTIVITIES ...± ; J 5 • • ' 1 f 5? vim f,. . ' WssJf ’ CHILDREN AT PLAY LATIN I ROW 1— Ronald Canterbury, Carol Boron, Sandie Decker, President; Judy Brumbaugh, Treasurer; Bill Secr ® t .° r Y ; 11 T ® r . r ,Y Ulm. Vice President; Susan Bethel, Betty Anne Horst, Heath Simpson. £ " - JW z Tf™ 06 Tidball, Bill Paulus, Don Montgomery, Sue Brower, Dave Gowing, Steve France, Bill Thackwell, Garry Scott, Judy Yant, Marta Alexander, Bob Webster, Pat Hency. ROW 3—Donna Kimble Joyce Casper, Bill Rees, Lila Reynolds, Beth Ziesmer, Irene Craig, Terry Bixler, Dennie Huey, Martin Gradijan, Bob Kershaw, Chuck Naylor, Robin Pearson. ' .- " s’ l i Mrs. Hyde, AdvisoT LATIN CLUBS The Latin Club is an organization made up of the Latin I and II students. The club strives to keep the interest in Latin alive and to learn more about the Romans. The Latin I students learn the basic structure of Latin while the Latin II students are kept busy translating Caesar ' s Commentaries. The main project of the club each year is the Latin Banquet which is a dinner carried out in the old Roman style. Since the Ides of March is one of the most eventful days in Roman history, the Jackson Romans try to have their banquet on or near that day each year. LATIN II ROW 1--Sally Karns, Pat Billman, Gayle Grant, Judy Pettay, Diane Robertson, Jackie Shoemaker, Pat McCormick, Mary Ann Halter Gyda Often. ROW 2—Paula Ritchie, Don Wesley, Bob Wood, David Nelson, David Hostetler, Fred Berndt President- Tim Tilton Treasurer; Allan Mathena, Jim Rankl, David Krantz, Sandra Williams. ROW 3—Sandra Bernhart, Judy Clatterbuck Linda Siro- tock, Dianne Forrest, Barbara Corbett, Vice President; Grace Wiandt, Don Stump, George Casper, Bob Bender Bart Cable Bonnie Hollender, Ann Dunning. FRENCH I ROW 1—Mary Ann Bernard, Sue Hershberger, Nancy McCort, Vice President; Sally McNutt, President; Bonnie Kelly, Secretary; Jennifer Highley, Bonnie McGlynn. ROW 2—Barb Yoder, Kay Lemasters, Ann Linn, Steve Harris, Nancy Klinge, Fred Hann, Joan Getz. FRENCH If you were to pass the door of the French room while a meeting was in session, you might hear one of two things; happy voices raised in a French song or a heated discussion. The discussion would probably concern some phase of the major project of the club, the annual French banquet. The song would be part of the program which follows each business meeting. Often, the members play games and close the meeting with refreshments. These get-togethers make a pleasant recess from the routine of vocabularies, translations, and tests. FRENCH II ROW 1—Marcus Workman, Secretary; Kay Gardner, Vice President; Barbara Kern, President; Barb Becherer, Treasurer; Garner ROW 2—Nancy McReynolds, Karen Neidenthal, Daniel Mantsch, Larry Shafer, Bob Bent, Harriett Cleckner. Joan Mr. Geib, Advisor CLUBS ' I i 1 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE PR W i ' T Bon £ ie u Ed o W u rds ' ■ ' lnabelle Hershberger, Sandy Smith, Judy Lee, Carole Murphy Linda Bartko S nnetf°Barb • Li udy u Seifert - ROW 2-Nancy Ronk, Carol Boomhower, Rosetta Sinnett, Barb Forsyth, Elsie MacKim, Pat Hanes, Barbara Sturm, Shirley LeBeau, Mary Ann Halter Bmv HAhpr g " dl H Eld r ' ■ R W 3 r Judy H ° ffee ' Sandy Burwell, Nadine Halter, Sally Karns, Sherry ROW 4 -Pc Andre S w d T?or«n 1S R i Tus . m . E1 |° nor Etter - Mary Thomas, Sue Schiltz, Nancy Huffman. rSrolo A p ndr ® ws ' Ear ® n Baughman, Jackie Shoemaker, Judy Baird, Bernice Cheyney, Betty Lenegar Carote Baer, Barbara Zin z, Barbara Price, Carol Pettay, Louise Fierstos, Gayle Ferauson ROW 5— Wii r itL B 7 en ' R° hr . Ruth Ann Smith, Eunice Domer, Helen Yingling, Charlene Meek Sandy Williams, Bonnie Hollender, Bonnie Callahan, Carol Nye, Josie Copper, Linda Sirotock Miss McCoy, Advisor FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA CLUBS The Future Homemakers of America is open to the students in the Home Economics Department. Here a girl learns to participate with others in planning a program designed to interest young homemakers. Among the activi¬ ties of the club this year were giving gifts to the children in the hospital at Christmastime, having bake sales and visiting the Massillon State Hospital. The biggest social event was the F.H.A. Formal which was held in March at the Holiday Country Club. JUNIOR-SENIOR Marao ' Grots’unda ' cZ ' t C „ ar ' President; Joan Getz, Vice-President; Ellie Siblla, Sandy DeMuesy, Kekich Sue ' ZaLmdiin aLf P hy i M n Ke V6y v R° w 2—Nancy Krnach, Anna Mae Scheetz, Betty Nutter, Lynda Baughman, Ruth Carolvk Edward! £ ae ,, P ' Zahler, Elaine Wyles, Martha Rohr. ROW 3—Nancy McReynolds, Sue Hershberger lotte Nist ROW 4 L Rotmi a rl k ' R Cha v, r e ? e T CaSP f ' Carl T a Garvin ' Ann Seel - Mary Ann Bernard, Ann Belknap, Linda Leonard, Char- Ruth k e rCol e™ rr Y M! R ' l6an v Wart J Le ° na VanCam P ' Rose Fierstos, Daneen Schiltz, Karen Smith, Carole W lliams, Garnery ' uffllbSTkiE iSt Im beMLisTSicent R ° W Barb DisIer ' Carol Nelson. Joan FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE CLUB ROW 1—Joe Guest, Chauncy Boyer, Dick Sturm, Ned Guest, President; Ted Rohrer, Vice-President; Ted Habony, Jim Hoagland, Treasurer; Ray Everhart, Tom Culvert. ROW 2—Bill Kiefer, Jim Kracker, Don Stump, Don Wesley, Dave Hostetler, George Welty, Larry Floom, Terry Thompson, Tim Tilton, Jack Weimer, Allen Mathena. ROW 3—Dick Keogh, Bill Rees, Dennis Huey, Martin Gradijan, Larry Shafer, Larry Lutz, Terry Ulm, Ed Kraus, Bob Webster, Hanly Mann, David Gowing, Herb Walton. ROW 4— Bob Fisher, Tom Eckert, Fred Berndt, John Clapper, Jeff Haverstock, Tom Marchand, Bob Shaub, Richard Rohrer, Karl Ney, David Nelson, David Krantz. Hl-Y CLUBS Mr. Barker, Advisor The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend high standards of Christian character throughout the school and community. The aim is to develop the social, physical, and spiritual welfare of the members. : Mr. Dutka, Advisor This is an organization to which every high school boy is welcome to belong no matter what his religious affiliation. This year the activities of the club included sponsoring the Thanksgiving assembly, holding two dances and conducting a magazine drive. The Hi-Y is also very active in sports. JUNIOR-SENIOR CLUB ROW 1—Dale Van Voorhis, Bob Hartzel, Vice President; Lou Holben, Jerry Ater, Don Benson, Treasurer; Cliff Miller, Secretary; Jim Blackstone, Chuck Jolliff, President; Fred Hann. ROW 2—Bill Stevens, Chris Thomas, Gary Weltlick, Dick Miller, Paul Daily, Bob Rudy, Ed Shonk, Tom Lockard, Chris Bixler, Steve Harris. ROW 3—Kirk Darragh, Ed Swan, Nelson Shammo, Bill Hunsinger, Dick Geisinger, John Tolle, Gary Boss, Steve Braneky, Jim Russ, Dick Halter, Wesley Shaub. ROW 4—Ray Keogh, George Matako, Jim Ulm, Marcus Workman, Lee Underwood, Stuart McArdle, Jack Hollender, Charles Wertz, Dick Ramga, Jim Flood, Mick Hoff. ROW 5—Dick Bernard, John Ater, Jim Mead, Dave Wallenhurst, Bob Bent, Dick Climes, Wesley Smith, Bob Bauer, David Lappin, Jeff Mack. •W-. - ■- ' 47 k, J ;f , tv!. ■ , t Miss Cholley, Advisor FRESHMAN Y-TEENS ROW 1—Norma Norris, Betty Horst, Charlotte Duke, Patty Andrews, Eleanor Etter, Sue Schiltz, Susan Halter, Mary Thomas, Judy Elder, Karen Baughman, Carol Baer, Barbara Forsyth. ROW 2—Sue Smith, Bonnie Edwards, Annabelle Hershberger, Susan Bethel, Sherrilyn Bray, Judv Seifert, Joan Fidler, Barbara Palm, Jill Reiderman, Nancy Ronk, Sue Boyd, Sandy Smith, Marty Mercier, Judy Lee, Vice President; Janet Cushing. ROW 3—Rosetta Sinnett, Nancy Copeland, Carol Boomhower, Rose Van Camp, Karen Tusing, Lorena Floom, Beth Zeismer, Sandy Decker, Nancy Huffman, Donna Kimble, Betty Lenegar, Lila Reynolds, Louise Fierstos. ROW 4—Judy Brumbaugh, Pat Hency, Terry McNutt, Carol Lockhard, Sandy Hoff, Barbara Gerber, Helen Yingling, Secretary; Karen Buchman, Marlene Frick, Sue Whitacre Marta Alexander, Judy Yant. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS An affiliation of the Y.W.C.A., the Y-Teens are one of the most active club groups at Jackson. All high school girls are eligible to join. The Y-Teens have the use of the facilities of the Massillon " Y " . They hold their meeting at the school the second Wednesday of the month, at which they enjoy group singing and the speaker of the evening. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS ROW 1—Carole Murphy, Judy Klainski, Gayle Ferguson, President; Gayle Grant, Sandy Geis, Treasurer; Linda Bartko, Josie Copper, Claudia Braucher, Judy Rohr. ROW 2—Barbara Scheetz, Diane Robertson, Judy Pettay, Diane Lightbody, Pat McCormick, Julia Everhart, Barbara Sturm, Mary Ann Halter, Florence Furbee, Barbara Zintz, Betsy Rohr. ROW 3—Grace Wiandt, Sherry Mosley, Shirley LeBeau, Margaret Boron, Judy Hoffee, Sandy Burwell, Shirley Hollingbaugh, Carol Nist, Jean Paul, Pat Drury, Sherry DeMuesy, Elsie MacKim. ROW 4—Pat Shepler, Diane Forrest. Shirley Bowen, Ruthann Smith, Linda Sirotock, Judy Clatterbuck, Barbara Price, Carol Pettay, Sandy Bernhart, Janet Miller, Judy Trachsel, Jackie Shoemaker. ROW 5—Linda Goodwin, Eunice Domer, Bonnie Callahan, Carol Nye, Jackie Finger, Paula Ritchie, Sandy Williams, Betty Cantaloupe, Ann Dunning, Bonnie Hollender, Barbara Corbett, Judy Baird. JUNIOR Y-TEENS ROW 1—Carolyn Edwards, Sue Hershberger, Jeannie Danner, Betty Nutter, Secretary; Judy Ladd Vice President; Elbe Sibila, Kay Lemasters, Mary Kintz, Virginia Stamman. ROW 2- Anna Scheetz, Bonnie ,° n ? ra Johanning, Ann Belknap, Jennifer Highley, Margaret Burwell, Joan Lee, Peggy Zahler, Elaine Wyles, Sue Zastudil. ROW 3—Judi Swartout, Bonnie McGlynn, Nancy Rohr, Linda Clark, Barbara X°“® r ' , Ann Bernard, Nancy McCort, Karen Phillis, Lynda Baughman, Joan Getz, Ruth Kekich ROW 4—Dianne Paul, Rita Schalmo, Judy Mann. Martha Rohr, Leona Van Camp, Rita Jones, Rose rierstos, Daneen Schiltz, Janet Livingston, Nancy Linn, Karen Smith, Anne Linn. ROW 5—Margery Ebv Nancy Klinge, Barbara Disler, DeMaris Vincent, Sue Brower, Marty Berring JUNIOR and SENIOR Y-TEENS Mrs. Lininger, Advisor Among their activities this year, the Y-Teens again visited their adopted ward at Apple Creek State Hospital. In the fall, Y-Teens of the whole Massillon area gathered for the annual Inter Club Formal. By these methods of work, service, and fun, the Y-Teens fulfill their ideal of Christian personal and social living. SENIOR Y-TEENS ROW 1—Vicky Floom, Pat Kracker, Linda Grant, Treasurer; Kay Gardner, Joan Garner, President; Ann Seel, Margo Gross, Kathy McKelvey, Nancy McReynolds. ROW 2—Sandi DeMuesy, Karen Smith, Carole Williams, Barbara Kern, Marilyn Bresson, Joy Scott, Pat Smith, Linda Miller, Barbara Becherer, Joy Pratt, Bonnie Little, Colleen Buss, Ruth Werker, Carol Hubiak. ROW 3—Carol Zink, Charlene Casper, Carla Garvin, Carole Minter, Rosemary Barnhart, Joan Moorhead, Linda Leonard, Jean Swart, Pat Tusing, Miriam Bower, Nancy Krnach. LIBRARIANS STANDING—Joan Moorhead, Treasurer; Grace Wiandt, Martha Rohr, Bonnie Little, Secretary; Sandra Williams, Ray Keogh, David Persinger, Joan Getz, Sue Schiltz, Jackie Finger. SEATED—Jackie Shoemaker, Rosemary Barnhart, Vice President; Sally Karns, Carolyn Crisp, George Matako, President. LIBRARIANS CLUB By aiding in the ordering, processing, and circulation of the books and the non-book materials such as the tape recorder and projector, the librarians perform an important service. They are responsible for keeping interesting displays in the hall cases, and for keeping the student body informed of all new library materials. Mrs. Ramga, Advisor NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE The National Forensic League has been active in Speech and Debate tournaments this year. Mr. Poling, Advisor ROW 1—Donna Kimble, Judy Pettay, Treasurer; Cliff Miller, Vice President; Bob Bent, President; Nancy Klinge, Secretary; Josie Copper. ROW 2—Cynthia Mallalieu, Kay Lemasters, Gyda Otten, Margaret Boron Ray Eberhardt, Lila Reynolds, Wanda Harper, Sandy Bernhart. ROW 3—Judy Clatterbuck, Rita Jones! Janet Holshoy, Dick Sheehan, David Persinger, Jim Russ, Ellie Sibila, Karen Smith, Barbara Corbett! J. M. A. A. ROW 1—Jim Fenton, Joan Getz, Secretary- Treasurer; Bob Bent, Vice President; Nancy Krnach, President; Dick Miller. ROW 2—Gayle Ferguson, Helen Yingling, Dick Sheehan, David Hostetler, Hanly Mann, Sue Zastudil. Mr. Matthews, Advisor JACKSON MEMORIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Three persons are chosen from each new Freshman class to be in the J.M.A.A., the student booster club which works closely with adult booster club. Working under the supervision of Mr. Matthews with the idea of promoting school spirit and athletics in mind, the J.M.A.A. meets once a month. This year, members of the J.M.A.A. were seen working hard on the football and basketball banquets, along with the football home¬ coming. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL The Junior Red Cross is the school ' s branch of the American Red Cross. It is largely a service organization. Each class is represented by two voting members plus an alternate who make up the club. The duties of this organization are to collect money for the Tuberculosis and Red Cross Funds. Under the direction of Mrs. Baxter, these duties are carried out efficiently. Mrs. Baxter, Advisor JR. RED CROSS COUNCIL ROW 1—Linda Grant, Pat Andrews, Judy Rohr, Linda Bartko, Judy Lee. ROW 2— Marty Berring, Carole Williams, Joan Garner, Jim Ulm, Kay Lemasters, Lynda Baughman, Jean Danner. wmm 51 BEAR FACTS STAFF Here the Bear Facts Staff is busy typing articles and putting the paper together. 1958 has been a year of new things ior the newspaper. The first thing was a new size. This involved a new type of printing for us, . . . letterpress. Giving the paper another new look was the advertising. This was one of our main sources of income. We also received support from various teachers and individuals in the community, so it was the first year for patrons, too. The next change was the name. The student body chose " Bear Facts " from ten names available. The staff also made a student directory con¬ taining the names of all senior high students. Kay Gardner, Karen Neidenthal, Ann Seel, losie Copper, Gary Weltlich, Ronny Harper. Daneen Schiltz, Ronny Harper, Marty Berring, Joan Getz, Gary Weltlich, Karen Neidenthal, Helen Yingling. The staff also applied for a charter from Quill and Scroll. This involved submitting a copy of our paper and explaining how the staff members are chosen. The charter was granted to the school. Members of both the newspaper and annual staff are eligible, upon the advisor ' s recommendation, for indi¬ vidual membership. This year ' s members were inducted in April by Quill and Scroll members from McKinley High School. SEATED: Carol Minter, Josie Copper, Karen Neidenthal, Editor; Ann Seel, Gary Wellick, Nancy McReynolds. STANDING: Joan Getz, Mrs. Bond, Advisor; Marty Berring, Marlene Frick, Judy Mann, Ellie Sibila, Kay Gardner, David Lappin, Daneen Schiltz, Ronny Harper. 52 SCOOP STAFF As the year progressed the ' ' Scoop ' ' staff found themselves absorbed with the process of con¬ structing the book. Here we see the editor and some of the Staff dis¬ cussing the cropping of pictures. Barb Kern, Mr. Ramga, Margo Gross, Lee Underwood, Linda Grant Here we find our typist, pho¬ tographer and two members of the staff talking over the preliminary preparations for the " Scoop " . Sitting: Linda Grant, Sports Editor; Margo Gross, Editor-in-Chief; Barb Kern, Business Manager. Standing: Sally McNutt, Bart Cable, Pho¬ tographer; Gordon Wyles, Lee Underwood, Kay Lemasters, Typist. Kay Lemasters, Sally McNutt, Gordon Wyles, Bart Cable 53 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW 1—Jennifer Highley, Nancy McCort, Treasurer; Kay Lemasters, Barbara Kern, Vice-President; Judi Swartout, Secretary; Virginia Stamman, President; Jean Danner. ROW 2—Ann Belknap, Mary Ann Bernard, Barbara Yoder, Miriam Bower, Peggy Zahler, Elaine Wyles, Leona VanCamp, Sally McNutt, Ann Linn. ROW 3—Rita Jones, Marty Berring, Joan Garner, Barbara Becherer Barbara Disler, David Persinger, Kcty Gardner, Nancy Klinge, Marianne Kirk, Karen K. Smith. The Future Teachers of America was a newly organized group this year which is advised by Mrs. Ramga. Its main purpose is to ac¬ quaint students, interested in teaching, with the profession. The members do this by substitute teaching in the elementary grades. The club meets once a month in the evening. AD SALESMEN FOR SCOOP ROW 1- Bob Bent, Barbara Kern, Business Manager; Jim Ulm, Don Benson, Bob Bauer. ROW 2—Chuck Jolliff, Nelson Shammo, Jim Russ, Jim Blackstone, Louis Holben, Jerry Ater, Cliff Miller, Dave Wallenhurst, Dick Ramga, Dick Climes, Dave Svnder Dick Geissinger. Wish you were her. What can you expect of a day that begins with getting up in the morning? All the world ' s queer save me and thee—and even thee ' s a little queer. S If you can keep your head while all about you are losing theirs, perhaps you just don ' t understand the situation. Don ' t start vast projects with half-vast ideas. Don ' t file it! Save it! In Hoc too often. 55 oral ' I loan Garner Kay Gardner Bob Bauer V Dick Geissinger Margo Gross New members are taken by surprise. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY In order to be inducted into the National Honor Society a student must possess the traits of Scholar¬ ship, Leadership, Character, and Service. To be¬ come a member of the National Honor Society is one of the greatest honors that a student can attain. Linda Grant J Chuck Jolliff Bonnie Little Barbara Becherer Bob Bent Barbara Kern George Matako 56 Kathleen McKelvey Nancy McReynolds Cli fford Miller mm s r if j ml mm I BBft Jgpgf -1 1 • F J FIRST YEAR MEMBERS OF N. H. S. ROW 1 —Virginia Stamman, Bonnie Kelley, Mary Ann Bernard, Judi Swartout, Barbara Yoder, Nancy McCort, Bonnie McGlynn. ROW 2—Janet Holshoy, Daneen Schiltz, Joan Getz, Sally McNutt, Nancy Klinge, Kay Lemasters, Janet Livingston, Marianne Kirk, Mr. Sauder. ROW 3—Dale Van Voorhis, Lee Underwood, David Schmader, Steve Harris, Gordon Wyles, Ronnie Holmes, Fred Hann, David Snyder, Kirk Darragh. Karen Neidenthal Richard Miller Carol Minter John Paustian Marcus Workman Gary Weltlich Joy Scott Jim Russ JACKSON MEMORIAL MARCHING BAND The 1957-58 edition of the Jackson High School Marching Band completed a very successful year under the capable leader¬ ship of Mr. Clarence Gates. Many fine half-time shows were presented at the football games, which added a " football spirit " to the student body. The major¬ ettes added to the shows with dances and twirling routines. James Wertz, Drum Major 58 STANDING: Charlene Casper, Barbara Becherer, Carole Williams, Barbara Disler, Barbara Kern. KNEELING: Sharon Magers, Peggy Zahler, Judi Elder, Carol Zink. MAJORETTES The high strutters this year were under the excellent leadership of Carole Williams, drum majorette. The majorettes added that extra " sparkle ' ' to the football half-time shows. Sharon Magers, Peggy Zahler, Charlene Casper, Barbara Becherer, Carole Williams, Jim Wertz, Barbara Disler, Barbara Kern, Judi Elder, Carol Zink. JACKSON HIGH ROW 1—Kay Gardner, Barbara Disler, Kay Lemasters, Nancy Ronk, Julia Everhart, Mary Thomas, Beverly Shulty, Connie Bryson, Bill Schroeder, Harriet Cleckner, Peggy Zahler. ROW 2—Marianne Kirk, Barbara Kern, Barbara Becherer, Carole Williams, Carol Zink, Joe Guest, Donna Kimble, Jill Reiderman, Carol Boron, Sue Halter, Judi Elder, Irene Craig, Janet Holshoy, Willard Gates, Judy Trachsel, Nancy Klinge, Shirley Huffman, Ann Linn. ROW 3—Elaine Wyles, Carol Minter, Tom Lockard, Barbara Price, Judy Hoffee, Nancy McCort, Bob Randles, Dick Geissinger, Wesley Schaub, Gordon Wyles, Bill Vitak, George Casper, Tom Ricker, Judy Clatterbuck, David Gowing, John Dretke, David Persinger, Terry Westfere, Bob Schaub, Sandy Decker, Alvin Angle, Gordon 60 Harm, Betty Lenegar, Frances Ross, Bill Brenneman, Bill Finger. ROW 4—Nadine Halter, Patty Drury, Judy Brumbaugh, Pat Hency, Marty Mercier, Barbara Palm, Lorelei Windle, Sandy Hoff, Sheila Garner, Larry Huthmacher, Janet Miller, Margaret Boron, Glenn Phillabaum, John Baich, Bob Wood, Miriam Bower, Sally McNutt, Bob Parsons, Chris Bixler, Marcus Workman, Penny West, Jim Walsh, Doug West, Tim Taylor, Jeff Regula, Charlene Casper, Virginia Stamman, Dick Miller, Joe Kirven. STANDING: Sharon Magers, Linda Shafer, Craig Darraugh, Jay Be.rnhart, Jim Wertz, Carol Lockhard, Chuck Wertz, Heath Simpson, Nancy Huffman, Mr. Gates, Director. SCHOOL CONCERT BAND 61 The newly organized high school Choral Club, under the direction of Mrs. Elma Rohr- baugh worked diligently and enthusiastically to prepare numbers for the Christmas and Easter assemblies. One of the biggest events of the year was the participation in the Massed Chorus of the Stark County Music Festival which was held on February 21st at the Canton Memorial Auditorium. Jim Ulm, tenor and Marta Alex¬ ander, soprano, represented the choral group in Select Chorus. The Choral Club made its first public ap¬ pearance in its school production, " Music Revue of 1958 " on May 16th. The chorus also sang at Baccalaureate and Commencement. ROW 1 Donna Shearer, Pat McCormick, Shirley Huffman, Judy Clatterbuck, Ann Seel, David Coltrin, John Griffith Don Stump, David McCombs. ROW 2—Barbara Sturm, Joan Get3, Dianne Paul, Suzanne Zastudil, Joan Lee, Linda Sirotock Dave Mobberley, Jack Hollender, John Paustian, Dorian Richardson, Richard Knowles. ROW 3 — Sherry Bray Nadine Wiand ' ' Shirley Bowm ' p °‘ sheppiw Di “° e ROW 1—Don Smart, Charles Coltrin, Ann Belknap, Shirley LeBeau, Susan Bethel, Sandy Burwell, Sue Hershberger, Caro¬ lyn Edwards, Annabelle Hershberger. ROW 2—Paul Dailey, Bob Rudy, David Snyder, George Matako, Vice Pres., Jim Ulm, Pres., Rosemary Barnhart, Sec., Judy Mann, Karen L. Smith, Ruth Kekich, Jennifer Highley, Shirley McClaskey. ROW 3 — Janet Livingston, Pat Billman, Linda Goodwin, Marta Alexander, Eunice Domer, Marty Berring, Treas., Ellie Sibila, Paula Ritchie, Florence Furbee, Sandy Bernhart, Carol Nist. HIGH SCHOOL CHORAL CLUB Here we see the girls vocalizing in a typical rehearsal in the little theater. The girls meet on Tuesday and Thurs¬ day and the boys on Monday and Wednesday. On Friday the complete choir gets together to put the finishing touches on the numbers. 63 SPORTS 1 " ii |k% ' gW ! Aa 1 3 MEN WORKING Ted Stuhldreher Football practice for the 1957 season began on August 20. Those first few weeks of practice were extra tough, long, and warm, but very soon our season was underway. Our team started off in fine style by making an excellent showing in the annual football preview. In this annual preview, Jackson rolled over Canton South with a score of 14-6. The Polar Bears ' first game was with New Phila¬ delphia. We led with a score of 19-0 up until the last 7 minutes of the game. Then by some unpredicted fate they managed to upset us 19-21. Our next game was with the team who last year managed to break our 19-game victory streak, Orrville. This year our Polar Bears sought revenge, and suc¬ ceeded. They tromped Orrville 13-6. Jackson ' s first league game of the season found Sandy Valley ending up with the short end of the 41-0 score. Next on the list of league games was Glenwood. Glenwood is a new school in Stark County this year, but Jackson succeeded in defeating the Eagles 56-0. Navarre was the next team to be over¬ powered by our Polar Bears with a score of 42-0. Louie Holben Jim Blackstone Jim Russ SENIOR Dick Halter Nelson Shammo George Matako Ralph Forrer Roger Moesle Bill Forsyth FOOTBALL Bill Willaman Dave Wallenhurst At the homecoming game on October 25, Jackson met Perry. Fitting the occa¬ sion, Jackson not only came out on the top, but obtained the highest score of the season. Jackson downed Perry with a 59-0 score. The game that aroused the most excite¬ ment this season came next. This game was played at North Canton on Novem¬ ber 1st. Weather, school and team spirit, and the final score were all very eagerly accepted by the Jackson fans. The game was a real thriller; the Polar Bears took home a 26-14 victory. The next game on the schedule was with East Canton. Again the Jackson Polar Bears were successful, winning this time with a 53-14 score. The Northwest game was originally scheduled to be played on the 18th of October, but due to the flu epidemic, the game was postponed until the 14th of November. The Polar Bears lost this game and the championship with a 0-13 score. The Jackson Polar Bears concluded their fine season losing only the fi rst and last game. They took the second place honor in Stark County. $ Alvin Lutz Dick Bernard O 1 y Jim Ulm Myron Hoagland Bob Bauer Don Benson Chuck Jolliff Jerry Ater 67 VARSITY Tom Malinowski Ronnie Ulm Dave Hostetler 68 Ted Rohrer John Fick Richard Knowles FOOTBALL Larry Floom Howard Heitger Bill Hunsinger Jack Weimer Jim Selogy Dave Mobberly RESERVE j 1 ROW 1: Bill Kiefer Bob Wagner George Welty Vic Bertoni Jim Hoagland Ned Guest ROW 2: Mr. Haverstock, Coach Frank Boyd Leo Boron Bob Hartzell Terry Bixler Steve France Richard Frazee ROW 3: Dave Burgoon Ray Braucher Larry Haymaker Jamie Rader Gary Mamin Martin Gradijan Terry Ulm Ronnie Williams 70 FOOTBALL ROW 1: Karl Ney Fred Berndt Paul Markowski Tim Tilton Dave Nelson Tom Eckert Chuck Stoner ROW 2: Bill Hensel Don Seckler Tim Serra Jack Hollender Larry Shaffer Dick Albrecht Ronnie Harper Ted Habony ROW 3: Paul Wadian Ronnie Burtnett Bill Thackwell Tim Floom Gary Boss Dick Sturm Carl Stuhldreher Kirk Darraugh Herb Walton 71 THE HOMECOMING QUEEN Miss Grant as she is escorted to her coronation by the The Queen ' s Court is pictured as they are royally football co-captains. chauffeured into the spotlight. 72 Gayle Grant, sophomore; Nancy Krnach, senior; Queen Linda; Judi Elder, freshman; Jean Danner, junior. AND HER COURT Miss Linda Grant reigned as the 1957 Football Queen at the Home¬ coming game, October 25, 1957. The queen and her attendants were chosen by the members of the Varsity and Reserve football teams. The results of the voting were an¬ nounced by the co-captains during the rally on October 11. Members of the queen ' s court were: Nancy Krnach, senior; Jeannie Danner, junior; Gayle Grant, sophomore; and Judi Elder, freshman. The coronation took place during half time at the Jackson-Perry game. The attendants and then the queen were chauffeured onto the field in two shiny Ford convertibles. The, band, in a heart formation, played " The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi " as the queen ' s procession moved to the center of the heart; Here the queen was crowned by the co¬ captains and then presented with white mums. Each of the attendants was then presented arm bouquets of yellow mums by their escorts. The royal party then returned to their throne where they viewed the remainder of the game. Miss Linda Grant Miss Grant smiles happily as co-captain Alvin Lutz crowns her " Homecoming Queen of 1957. " Co-captain Bill Forsyth presents the Queen with a dozen white mums while crown-bearer, Bonnie Disler, watches. 73 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Kay Lemasters, Lynda Baughman, Gayle Grant, Linda Grant, Jean Danner 1 fl’ : | -x 1 1 111 1 Wtl; J T I Kay, Lynda, Gayle, Linda, Jean Go! Team! Go! RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Last spring the varsity and reserve cheerleaders were chosen by the stu¬ dent body. The five varsity positions were filled by: Linda Grant, lean Dan¬ ner, Kay Lemasters, Lynda Baughman, and Gayle Grant. Occupying the four positions on the reserve squad were: Judy Pettay, Josie Copper, Judy Lee, and Sue Schiltz. All year around these cheerleaders are kept busy performing their many duties. They can be found either gathered in Mrs. Baxter ' s office or practicing. Mrs. Baxter ' s office serves as the place for doing everything from planning pep rallies to holding private parties. Even though the quarters sometimes seem a little cramped. I ' m sure that no one would ever want to give up the daily meeting in the " cubby-hole " , Mrs. Baxter ' s office. The cheerleaders are in charge of the planning and presenting of all the rallies and skits. They are re¬ sponsible for leading the crowd in spirit, sportsmanship, and cheers at all games. Much credit goes to these cheer¬ leaders for the spirit and interest that they have created in the field of sports. Josie Copper, Judy Pettay, Sue Schiltz, Judy Lee. A typical scene of the cheerleaders gathered in Mrs. Baxter ' s office. VARSITY Mick Hoff Senior Jerry Ater Senior Louie Holben Senior m v ; ' i 2 -1 Don Benson Senior Chuck Jolliff Senior Richard Climes Senior BASKETBALL STANDING: Don Benson, Jerry Ater, Dick Climes, Louis Holben, Mick Hoff, Ronnie Holmes, Tim Tilton, Dave Hostetler, Dave Mobberly, Chuck Jolliff, Coach Haverstock. KNEELING: Ed Smith, Student Manager. This year ' s basketball season was definitely a successful one. The win and lost record of the basketball team was not as outstanding as it has been in some of the past years. Yet, the sportsmanship, spirit, and improvement of the team were tremendous. The games were all very interesting and many of them were real thrillers. The Basketball Banquet was held in honor of the team on March 17th at the Fulton House. A good time was had by all at the banquet. The players all received letters and the senior members of the team received gold basket¬ balls also. This year ' s basketball season will long be remembered as an enjoyable one. The team finished the season with the second place honor in Stark County. SCHEDULE Jackson_ _ _27 Sandy Valley _ _30 Jackson _ _38 East Canton _ _36 Jackson _ _46 Northwest . .. .. _38 Jackson. _ _47 Navarre _ _ _44 T ackson _ ' .33 Hoover __ _ _51 Jackson._ _ _30 Canton South _73 Jackson.. _ . _63 Perry .... _. .. _49 Jackson.. _41 Glenwood_ _ _39 Jackson_ _41 Sandy Valley .. .. _44 Jackson_ .. _74 East Canton _ _60 Jackson_ _54 Northwest .. _ _57 Jackson _ _57 Navarre _ _40 Jackson_ . _52 Perry _ _ ___. _55 Jackson _ _61 Lehman _ _ _62 Jackson.. _ _70 Glenwood _ _ _ _44 Jackson_ . _46 Hoover _ _63 Jackson_ _ _56 Wooster _ _83 TOURNAMENT Jackson_ _43 Louisville _ _53 77 COACHES Mr. Steve, Mr. Matthews, Mr. Haverstock, Mr. Fife, Mr. Saccone 78 Ken Wolf sails through t he air as he marks up another two points. Dick Climes isn ' t going to let that rebound get into the wrong hands. 79 BASKETBALL RESERVE SQUAD KNEELING: John Flood, Manager; Mr. Steve, Coach. STANDING: Karl Ney, Ronnie Ulm, John Clapper, Ronnie Burtnett, Fred Berndt, Rich Knowles, Tim Tilton, Dave Clatterbuck, George Welty, Dave Hostetler, Ned Guest. RESERVE SCHEDULE FRESHMAN SCHEDULE Jackson.. ....29 Sandy Valley_ _32 Jackson _21 Lincoln _ .53 Jackson _ _29 East Canton _ _31 Jackson_ _27 Perry _ _29 Jackson. _ _52 Northwest _ _18 Jackson_ _41 Jones _ _ _51 Jackson _ _56 Navarre _ _19 Jackson _ _43 North Canton _ _26 Jackson .. _ _28 Hoover _ _ _31 Jackson_ _41 McKinley_:_ _25 Jackson_ _44 Canton South _45 Jackson_ _39 Timken .. . __ _40 Jackson_ . _55 Perry _ _36 Jackson. . _32 East Canton . _ _42 Jackson_ _25 Glenwood _ _28 Jackson_ _20 Northwest . _35 Jackson_ _46 Sandy Valley .. _40 Jackson_ _30 Navarre _ _ _27 Jackson_ _45 East Canton_ _27 Jackson_ _41 McKinley _ _42 Jackson_ _41 Northwest _ _22 Jackson.. _35 Perry _ _41 Jackson_ . _63 Navarre _ _23 Jackson_ _37 East Canton _ _32 Jackson_ _59 Perry _ _ _38 Jackson _29 Lincoln .. _33 Jackson_ _41 Lehman . _ _21 Jackson.. _52 Timken _ _ .. _62 Jackson. .. _34 Glenwood _ _39 Jackson _32 Glenwood _ _48 Jackson_ _40 Hoover _ _ _43 Jackson_ _30 Jones _ _ _44 Jackson_ _41 Wooster _ _51 FRESHMAN SQUAD KNEELING: Ronnie Harper, Manager; Bob Webster, Dennis Huey, Kim Calla, David Burgoon, Larry Shaffer, Larry VanVoorhis, Gary Martin, Chauncey Boyer, Manager. STANDING: Mr. Mat¬ thews, Coach; Martin Gradijan, Larry Lutz, Ted Rohrer, Chuck Moorhead, Tom Eckert, Leo Boron, Gary Ross, Terry Ulm. 80 HI-Y " A " TEAM SEATED: Dick Miller, Cliff Miller, Nelson Shammo, Jim Russ. STANDING: Jim Ulm, Gary Welt- lich, Wesley Smith, Harry Lud- wick, Jim Blackstone. HI-Y BASKETBALL TEAMS TEAM JACKSON Minerva _Lost Canton South A_Won Sandy Valley_ Won McKinley _Lost Hartville A_Won Northwest _Lost TEAM JACKSON Louisville _Won Glenwood_Won Canton South B_Won Jackson B_Won TOURNAMENT Northwest_Won Canton South A_Lost HI-Y " B " TEAM SEATED: Jon Tolle, Bill Stevens, Bob Bauer, Jim Flood. STANDING: John Ater, Chris Bixler, Tom Lockard, Bob Hart- zell. 81 JUNIOR HIGH CONSTRUCT! AHEAD EIGHTH GRADE i i i i David Amacher Jim Angle John Arnold Bob Ater Charles Ayers Alice Bedncrr Jay Bernhart Bruce Blocher Jim Bolender Karen Bolender Gene Boomhower Ruth Boron Kenny Boss Maragaret Braucher Darlene Brenner David Brown Linda Brown Anita Burgoon Kenneth Burtnett Linda Byrd Gary Campbell Jim Clark Roger Climes Carol Cogan Gray Coppins Randy Craig Elaine Culler Craig Darragh Jackie Davis Raymond Davis Jill Decker Bonnie Dickes Marilyn Ditch Kathy Donovan Tim Dowlin Sherry Duke Frank Fair Tim Filkill Veronica Filliez Donna Fisher Pamela Flickinger Patricia Flickinger Vivian Forrer Nancy Gessner John Gillis Jan Gilmor Jim Goodwin Julie Grimm Louie Haer Edward Halter Gorden Hann Richard Harlow Kenny Hays Tom Henderson Mike Heppe Chris Hite Dave Hoff John Hoffee Gary Holt Gail Hopkins Charles Hubiak John Johanning Judy Jones Merlin Jones 84 Pennie Keller Bob Kelly Nick Kimpean Janet King Paul Kintz Philip Krebs Sandy Lamp Henry Lang Dean LeBeau Lewis Linn Carolyn Livingston Wayne Longbrake Jill Luthi Tim Matako Nancy McArdle Ronnie McClaskey Tom McWhorter Karen Mead Suzanne Michael Raymond Michaels Frank Monateri Donna Murray Kathy Nelson Patty Nist Beverly Orr Thomas Page Bonny Palmer Diane Parr Peggy Persinger Dick Pfluge Dan Pickering Linda Price Lloyd Price Dwight Reigle Dianna Ries Bruce Rohrer Cheryl Rosenberger Mike Schoen Faith Scott Thersa Sentz Jim Shafer Linda Shafer Phyllis Shannon Jean Shermon Gerry Simon Jim Smarr Betty Smart Carol Smith Duane Smith Karen Smith Kenny Smith Reginald Smith Lynda Smyth Bill Snyder Joel Solly David Stamman Karen Stayer Dave Sturm Allen Talbott Connie Tilton Bob Underwood Chuck Vickers Kathy Waldron Tom Watts f ' w- I I Alan Weber Bob Weimer Penny West Sally Westfall Jean Wheeler Joe Wiandt Larry Wilhelm Dick Willaman Jim Wood Nancy Wyles Mary Jane Yingling Cheryl Yost Dennis Zbinden SEVENTH GRADE James Alford Tom Altland Peggy Altman Mike Andrews Ernest Baich Karen Baird Annette Bender Ronald Bender Pam Bixler Linda Blackstone John Boerner Dianne Bolender Dan Braucher Mary Bresson Floyd Brisbine Made Brooks Violet Brooks Patsy Brown Fred Brumbaugh Jackie Brumbaugh Teddy Burch Ronnie Burleigh Frank Campbell Jane Campbell Sonia Cecil Jack Cole Susan Corbett Wayne Craig Walter Crawford Susan Crisp Danny Dahlberg Dick Daniels Alan Day Gary Ditch Karen Drew Marty Eckert Ronnie Emhoff Cheryl Fechtelkotter Donald Fick John Fiecoat Linda Fiecoat John Fierstos Gene Flinn Thomisa Floom Elaine Garvin Linda German Sue Gilmor Tom Graening 86 i I Susie Grant Sandy Graybill Tanya Green Bonnie Haer Jeanne Halter Wayne Hammersley George Hanes Jerry Harder Bonnie Harper John Harper Bruce Harris Sandy Hartman Robert Heavilin Michael Helmerich Larry Hickle Rosalind Horning 5T7 Mike McCormick Betty Jane Miller Dale Miller Roger Miller Edward Moll Bob Montgomery Gary Montgomery Gary Moorhead Chester Moyer Karen Muntean Ronald Nixdorf Martha Norris Jack Nye Dwight Orr Frances Otten Carolyn Page Kris Pearson Linda Persons Patty Poth Bennie Prato Carol Pritz Freddy Puente Janet Quass Larry Ramsey Carolyn Randles Carol Rankl Shirley Reynolds Harold Rohr JoAnn Rohr Alan Ross Tim Rummins Lee Saenger Denny Hostetler Bill Howenstine Mary Lou Huff Dean Hutchmacher Steve Jobe Scott Jolliff Danny Keck Roy Kershaw John Klinge Jerry Landis James Leonard Jade Luthi Duane Mamin Gary MacKim Tom McAtee Loretta McCombs 87 Vernon Schaub Glen Scheetz Jerilynn Sebald Carol Seifert Wanda Sentz Gayle Shannon Walter Sherman Teddy Sima Cheryl Smith Maryalice Smith Jean Smythe Dallas Snyder Paul Sogorka Joyce Sommers Beverly Sponseller Benny Stuhldreher Bill Sturm Bill Talkington Robert Thomas Marge Tifft Judith Turns Linda Ulm Billy Venosdle Sandy Vernon Douglas Wallenhurst David Weidman Larry Welsh Larry Whitacre Terree Wilhelm Chip Willaman Donna Jean Williams Daniel Williamson Mary Lou Winholt Kay Wolfe Joanne Yoder Dick Zastudil David Ziesmer Ronald Zintz JUNIOR HIGH TEACHERS Seated left to right: Miss Holden, Mrs. Rees, Mrs. Geib, Miss McCoy, Mrs. Rohrbaugh. Standing left to right: Mrs. Kershaw, Mr. Hushour, Mr. Tschantz, Mr. Knowles, Mr. Fife, Mr. Steve, Mrs. Neff. JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL PLAYERS Kneeling left to right: Mike Schoen, John Arnold, Mike Andrews, Dan Braucher. Standing left to right: Gary Campbell, Bruce Rohrer, Bob Kelly, Lloyd Price, Louie Haer, James Leonard, Bob Montgomery, Bob Under¬ wood. 5 ft e q ■ ' „ r • 88 JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL KNEELING: Bill Howenstine, Tim Rummins, Denny Hotetler, Mike Andrews, John Gillis, Mike Schoen, John Hoffee, Jim Goodwin. STANDING: Mr. Saccone, Coach, John Arnold, Tom Watts, Wayne Longbrake, Lloyd Price, Cray Coppins, Dick Pfluge, Louie Haer, James Leonard, Bruce Rohrer, David Sturm. SCHEDULE Jackson_ _28 Greentown _ _55 Jackson_ _38 Navarre _ _26 Jackson.. _ _34 Perry _ _ . _33 Jackson_ _36 North Canton _ _38 Jackson_ _41 Jones _ _27 Jackson_ _38 Navarre _ _35 Jackson_ _26 East Canton _ _25 Jackson_ _29 Jones _ _ _32 Jackson_ _46 Greentown _ .. _50 Jackson _ _25 North Canton .. _. _20 Jackson _ _24 Perry _ _21 Jackson_ _21 East Canton_ _31 TOURNAMENT Jackson_ _42 Newman _ _22 Jackson_ _52 Clinton _ _ _22 Jackson_ _37 Perry ____ _29 Jackson_ _46 Nimishillin __ _36 Jackson. _ _22 East Canton _ _24 The Junior High Basketball Team had a very- good season this year, finishing in the black with 11 wins and 6 defeats under the coaching of Mr. Saccone who was assisted in the tournament by Mr. Steve. They did very well in the tournament, ad¬ vancing to the finals where they were clipped by East Canton, 24-22. JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT—Faith Scott, Carol Smith, Linda Blackstone, Karen Mead, Jackie Brumbaugh. 89 7th GRADE COUNCIL SEATED: Linda Blackstone, Bennie Prato, Mrs. Geib, Advisor; Terree Wilhelm, Tim Rummins. STANDING: Danny Dahl- berg, Patty Poth, leanne Halter, Jackie Brumbaugh, Jerilyn Sebald, Susie Grant, Tom Graening, Freddy Puente, Ernest Baich, Susan Corbett, Ronnie Emhoff, Peggy Altman, Vernon Schaub, Dick Daniels, Duane Mamin. JUNIOR BAND ROW 1—Karen Smith, Jade Luthi. ROW 2—Janice Gilmor, Carol Smith, Nancy Gessner, Patty Poth, T ackie Brumbaugh, Anita Burgoon, Jeannie Smythe. ROW 2—Peggy Persinger, David Amacher, Jill Luthi, Susie Grant, Beverly Sponseller, Mary Alice Smith, Louis Linn, Karen Baird, Bob Weimer, John Klinge. ROW 4—Nick K ' .mpean, Pam Bixler, Donna Wil¬ liams, Mary Lou Winholt, Khristine Pearson, Carol Seifert, Jeanne Halter, Bonnie Harper, Leslie Gergel, Rosalin Horning, Connie Tilton. 90 8th GRADE COUNCIL ROW 1—Sandra Jones, Jerry Cartiea, Nancy Wyles. ROW 2—Wayne Craig, Randy Craig, Jill Decker, Edward Moll, Donna Fisher, David Stamman. ROW 3—Ernest Baich, Tom Altland, Joyce Sommers, Ronnie Emhoff, Robert Heavilin, Dean LeBeau, Betty Horst, Alice Bednar, Sue Sommerville, Linda Persons. ROW 4—Lynda Smyth, Sherry Duke, Gene Flinn, Mr. Gates, Director; Bill Paulus, Richard Willaman, Alan Ross, Chuck Vickers, Jim Wood. SEATED: Nancy McArdle, Dean LeBeau, Mr. Knowles, Advisor; Carolyn Livingston, Bonnie Dickes. STANDING: Frank Fair, Diane Parr, Tim Dowlin, Bob Weimer, John Arnold, Sandy Lamp, Tom Watts, Donna Murray, Pennie Keller, Elaine Culler, Mary Jane Yingling. 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AUTHOMUD h k | (AIRCO) pur eco | LINCOLN HOLSHOY SALES EVERYTHING FOR THE WELDER First Place West of Route 241 on the NORTH CANTON-CANAL FULTON ROAD D IA L H Y 9-53 17 COMPLIMENTS OF GRABER MILLS INC. PURINA CHOWS Clinton Canton TU2-3850 GL5-9491 MASSILLON OLIVER EQOIPMENT JAMES E. BUSS Phone TE 2- 0950 R. F. D. No. 3 Rt. 241-6 Miles North MASSILLON. OHIO OLIVER AUTHORIZED r gQUBS NEIDERT SONS JOHN DEERE NEW HOLLAND SALES SERVICE CANAL FULTON, OHIO SCHALMO IMPLEMENT MC CORMICK DEERING NEW IDEA Implements Canal Fulton, Ohio UL 4-2442 DENNISON and DIEHL COMPLETE FOOD MARKET FOR FINE FOODS WE DELIVER CANAL FULTON, OHIO UL 4-2442 PITKIN FORD SALES 118 S. Canal St. Canal Fulton, Ohio Dial UL 4-2207 WATERLOO DRIVE- INS ( 3 2 50 CLEVELAND AVE. N. W. GL 4-0 50 1 CANTON 4431 TUSCARAWAS ST. V . GR 7-0 700 AKRON 423 WATERLOO ROAD PA4-3218 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ’58’ GEORGE ANN S SPECIALTY SHOPS TWO LOCATIONS AMHERST PARK SHOPPING CENTER MASSILLON, OHIO T E 2-5 66 6 MAIN STREET NORTH CANTON H Y 9-4 7 27 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ’58’ 0. C. JESTER SON INSURANCE AGENCY 328 Portage Street NORTH CANTON, OHIO PHONE 9-6789 THE SCHAFER-MESSERLY DRUG CO. REXALL DRUG STORE Phone H Y 9 -2 56 4 Prescription Pharmacists Since 1912 A Fine Drug Store In A Fine Community THREE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS 118 South Main St. North Canton, Ohio STUDER’S SPORTING GOODS 217 Third St. N. W . G L 6-2719 ' YOUR SPECIALISTS IN SPORTING GOODS ' SCHALMO ' S LOCKER AND MEAT MARKET Home Dressed Meats Fresh Dally CUSTOM BUTCHERING Locker for Rent $1.00 a Month 353 LOCUST ST. CANAL FULTON Phone UL4-2301 E. E. PARKER MOTOR CO. Telephone UL 4-2424 CANAL FULTON, OHIO PLYMOUTH DESOTO Painting BodyWork PhilcoAppliances COMPLIMENTS OF THE PEOPLES MERCHANTS TROSI COMPANY CANTON - OHIO - MASSILLON COMPLIMENTS TO THE SENIOR CLASS MATHIE COAL SUPPLY COAL AND BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES PORTAGE STREET AT B. O. TRACKS NORTH CANTOli, OHIO HY 9-257 5 LAVERNE’S MT. VERNON MARKET PLEASANT VIEW INN WILLIAM G. DAHLINE HY 9-9077 3325 N. CLEVELAND AVE. Nothing But The Finest In Groceries Meats And Produce SUNDAYS 9:00 A. M. TO 6:00 P. M. PHONE G L 6-8168 FOR DELIVERY Compliments of THE MOHLER LUMBER CO. Lumber • Millwork • Builders ' Supplies North Canton, Ohio HY 9-3385 AUDIO - VISUAL EQUIPMENT for SCHOOLS - CHURCHES - INDUSTRY M. H. MARTIN COMPANY 1118 Lincoln Way East M A SS IL TE 2-7467 LON , OHIO PRIEST AUTO ELECTRIC Congratulations to the Specialized Seniors Electrical - Carburetor Speedometer - Magneto W. T. GRANT CO. Sales Service Towne Plaza TE 3-7337 Frank 1. Moesle owner MASSILLON, OHIO Massillon, Ohi o When Buying or Selling a Car SEE BILL ECKERT ECKERT MOTORS 20 6 1 ST. N. E. T E 3- 6 8 00 WE’RE GROWING FAST . . . THERE MUST BE A REASON PHONE CANTON GL 5-424 1 PHONE CANAL FULTON ULster 4-220 1 PHONE AKRON B L a c k s to n e 4 2 4 4 tummi FITTING CO., INC. F RST ST. N.E. ttkau mi STEEL PIPE FABRICATORS AND WHOLESALERS H J. ROTHWELL KARL’S SHOP FOR MEN AND BOYS THE FINEFROCK BROS. CO. WHERE YOU FIND CANAL FULTON, OHIO NAMES YOU CAN TRUST Munsingwear Arrow Kaynee PF’s McGregor Jantzen Jarman Quality Home Furnishings And Carpeting Pendleton Hickok • ★ 125 SOUTH MAIN STREET NORTH CANTON, 0. Open Tues. Thurs. Eve. UL 4-2361 PRY ' S BODY AND PAINT SHOP Wrecks Rebuilt • Body and Fender Work Lubrication • Tires • Accessories SOHIO GAS • OIL 37 qears of Automotive Experience One Half Mile North of Jackson Phone TEmple 2-1000 C 0 N G R A T U L A T 10 N S , C L A SS OF 1958 Your eagerness to take the next step toward attaining the goals you have established is of particular interest to the E. W . Bliss Company. Even as you have progressed to the completion of high school during the school year of 1957 - 1958- the Bliss Company celebrated it’s centennial year in 1957 and now in 1958, faces the challenge of it’s second hundred years of making metal work for mankind. As we face the coming year , let us remember that to meet and overcome the challenges of the future we must have knowledge, and education is the avenue to that knowledge. E. W. BLISS COMPANY 1375 RAFF ROAD, S. W. CANTON, OHIO jbicJz fiudz SEE RICH " ZINK WE CARRY SEAT COVERS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS i o ! ! For Exciting Footwear For Graduation . . . j For College . . . Clear Plastic - Woven Auto Tops Jet Spun all Colors 1203 W. TUSC G L 2 - 449 8 Hours 8 A . M . 5 P . M . Fibre • P I a s t i c i n Monday 8 A. M. --8:30 P. M. COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 CAMPBELL OIL COMPANY DISTRIBUTERS OF CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS I CASPER i MOTTICE VERNON CASPER MERLE MOTTICE CARPETS - LINOLEUM -ASPHALT fS RUBBER TILE FORMICA COUNTERS CUSTOM FURNITURE LAMPS 5200 FULTON ROAD EXT. CANTON ,9, OHIO PHONE: HY acinth 9-6156 Compliments of LEW ALUMINUM CU H. W. HAWLEY INC. PRINTERS AND LITHOGRAPHERS 1230 LINCOLN WAY E. PHONE T E 2-5045 STORM STORM 26 00 WINDOWS SIDING DOORS SPOUTING G L 4-4 113 FULTON ROAD N.W. OFFICE EQUIPMENT COMPANY FULTON ROAD SHOPPING CENTER P.O. BOX 1007 CANTON, OHIO PHONE GL 2-8100 Member Executive Furniture Guild EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR : STEELCASE AND STOW DAVIS OFFICE FURNITURE CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 Finef rock’s of Massillon • • Complete Home Furnishings and Decorating 641 LINCOLN WAY WEST TE 3-8537 155 LINCOLN WAY W. MASSILLON THE BRIGHTEN-UP STORE SPORTING GOODS SHERWIN - WILLIAMS PAINT IMPERIAL WALLPAPER MASSILLON AREA ART CENTER COR. FIFTH COURT, N.W. CANTON, OHIO GLendale 5-5267 13 3 ERIE N . T E 3-8 4 2 1 1 Hr. Free Parking at Central Parking Lot Next Door to Store Bob Hawkins - Gen. Mgr. Compliments of 74 Massillon Hardware Company I 39-LINCOLN WAY-WEST- MASSILLON-OHIO TE 3-3177 COMPLIMENTS OF Penney’s always f IRS ' ! OU A,t |:t,;Yl 142 LINCOLN WAY EAST MASSILLON , OHIO THE FIRST SAVINGS and LOAN CO. Established in 1888 Where Grandpa Started to Save ★ O Si- Phone TEmple 2-1547 153 Lincoln Way East Massillon, Ohio COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1958 PIETZCKERS MEN’S SHOP COMPLETE MEN ' S TAILORING Featuring Bostonian Shoes Manager Tom Straughn 167 LINCOLN WAY E. TE 3-3 9 50 NORTH CANTON CLEANERS 163 N. Main St. HY 9-7154 North Canton, Ohio R. D. FRYE HARDWARE NORTH CANTON OHIO 950 South Main Street HY 9-3387 MACK PHARMACY YOUR PRESCRIPTION STORE 414 S. MAIN ST. NORTH CANTON, OHIO PHONE HY 9-8111 WHEN it’s a question of correct form in social stationery , we have the right answers- Our superior workmanship adds much to the appearance of your job. We print anything from a visiting card to a school annual. THE NORTH CANTON SUN 502 SOUTH MAIN PHONE HY 9-2531 NORTH CANTON, OHIO THE EXCHANGE BANK COMPANY CANAL FULTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF 2 % Interest Paid on Savings Deposits FULTON FEED SUPPLY CO. F. D. |. C. INSURED to $ 1 0,000,00 CANAL FULTON COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF SHULANS IEWELRY MARTINS STATIONERY PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER COMPLIMENTS OF WYLES SHEET METAL BAIR TRACTOR SALES U aterburq Furnaces and 6956 PORTAGE N. CANTON HY 9-4545 Air - Conditioners COMPLIMENTS OF BURKHART ' S JOHN M. LOW AND SONS TEXACO SERVICE BARBER SHOP Corner Wise Portage Roads N. Canton, Ohio Phone 9-7059 3036 CLEVELAND AVE. N.W. T ire s - - - T ubes--- A ccessories Car Washing Lubrication VALLEY VIEW SUPPLY CO. SURBEY ELECTRIC SALES AND SERVICE Dumont, Crosleg and Admiral Radio Lawn Seed - Fertilizer - Builders Supplies Water Softener Salt Easg Apex Laundrg Equipment Television Appliances 1325 PORTAGE ST. PHONE HY9-4066 NORTH CANTON, OHIO 1505 Portage St. Ext. R. D. 9, North Canton HY 9-4923 Auto painting Bodg u ork “ See us for estimates ” TURNS INN V. M. MOWERY BODY SHOP CORNER 241 AND N. CANTON ROAD UL 4-2636 - Canal St. Canal Fulton, Ohio HY 9-9083 Compliments PROGRESSIVE CHEVROLET OHIO DRILLING COMPANY Lincoln Way West at 3rd St. New Ca rs Used Cars Compliments of LAUNDROMAT LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS LONG’S MEN’S SHOP Tailoring Haberdasherg Fine Custom Tailored Suits Dobbs Hats Enro or Manhattan Shirts 416 ERIE St. N. Massillon , Ohio Paul Crone 50 Erie St., N. lohn Crone TE 2-2211 D. W. GOOD Complete Super Market CUTHBERT JEWELRY CANAL FULTON, OHIO Frozen Foods Fanceq Groceries - Meats ★ 124 6th St. N.E. Phone IE 3-6929 Massillon, Ohio Phone ULster 4-2 1 7 W. E. GILCHER LUMBER CO. C. S. Henrich Motor Co. Your Chrysler - Plymouth and Mule Hide Roofing Canal Fulton. Ohio Phone UL 4-2337 International Truck Dealer 1208 Lincoln Way East TE 2 3800 Massillon, Ohio Compliments of BECKER HARDWARE SEG El ' S MASSILLON ' S LEADING LADIES READY TO WEAR Mas sillon, Ohio 28 Lincoln Way, East Compliments of BANNERS BLACKSTONE Massillon’s Most Popular Store For Men MOTORS 32 Lincoln Way East Massillon, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF “m€LLO“ SHEELY FLOWERS miLK 208 ROYER ST. N. CANTON, OHIO NORTH CANTON DAIRIES, INC. H Y 9-48 19 Portage St. Ext HY 9 3345 CENTRAL HARDWARE ON THE SQUARE IN NORTH CANTON LARRY LOW’S BARBER SHOP NORTH CANTON -close- 6:00 P.M. REEDURBAN - close- 8:00 P.M. HY 9-3309 GREENTOWN - close- 8:00 P.M. North Canton Radio Appliance We Sell the Best Philco • RCA Zenith Admiral Motorola WYLERS BAKERY PARTY SHOP Television • Radio • Appliances Sales and Service PHONE HY 9-4500 440 N. Main St. Paul Kindy (Owner) N . CANTON, Ohio WEDDING BIRTHDAY CAKES WE DO OUR OWN BAKING NYE’S DEPT. STORE COMPLIMENTS OF FORMERLY HUMMELS LEWIS GREENHO FURNITURE Oshkosh Health-Tex Bill Sims Levis Red Ball Jets 35 YEARS OF QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS 132 S. MAIN ST. N. CANTON 4 0 0 S. MAIN N. CANTON CARL SPONCELLER SONS SMITH’S HARDWARE APPLIANCES Hot Water £ Steam Heating Sanitary Plumbing ‘Frigidaire Appliances--- p ittsburg p aints‘ PHONE HY - 95465 N. Canton, Ohio HY 9-3522 9 0 2 N . MAIN ST. N. CANTON, OHIO DUNGAN MOTORS LONDON CANDILS INC. “ CANDIES of DISTINCTION SINCE 1922 ” DESOTO PLYMOUTH 5655 N. Cleveland Avenue CANTON, OHIO NORTH CANTON PHONE HY 9-3 833 BILL HELDS iCv v W M. rcvieA feuwfoj AUTOMOBILE SAFETY SERVICE rr NUSBMJMf R “ 915 Twelfth Street H.E. Phone GL 2-8627 Canton, Ohio CANTON, OHIO GETZ CARRY OUT STROUBLES TAVERN Famous for Ham Sandwiches ACCESSORIES-HARDWARE - GROCERIES and MEATS AND DAIRY PRODUCTS Home made Turtle Soup 2103 Portage St. N. Canton HY 9-2450 Open Sundays 1700 PORTAGE ST N.. CANTON Say it with Flowers BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 58 FROM ALBERT KEHL, FLORIST WE GROW OUR OWN C. N. VICARY CO. 4214 CLEVELAND AVE., N. W. CANTON, OHIO 415 MARKET AVE.,N. CANTON, OHIO THE COMMUNITY STORE 2922 Lincoln Way N.W. One of the Largest Exclusive Appliance Dealers in Ohio FINNEYS DRUG STORE 415 MARKET AVE ., N. CANTON, OHIO T E 2-1543 BLOOMFIELD CHEVROLET So. Canal St. CANAL FULTON, OHIO Bus. Phone UL4-2216 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF ' 58 RICE OFFICE SUPPLY 20 2 3 RD. ST. CANTON, OHIO BURYL BLOOMFIELD DEALER G L 3-2573 GATTUSO MUSIC CENTER ZIMBER INN COMPLETE LINE OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS • ® • 139 MARKET AVE. S. GL 6-2807 Famous for Fish and Shrimp BOAT REPAIR F I B E R G L A S S I N G MARINE SUPPLIES DOWNARD BOAT SUPPLY DEALER - DISTRIBUTER Cris - Craft Boat Kits Alloy Boat Trailers West Bend Motors 8104 MASSILLON - AKRON ROAD NORTH CANTON 20, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF STARK EQUIPMENT COMPANY AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR GEHL DAVIS CLAY SILVER SHIELD SILOS CREAMERY PACKAGE BULK TANK McCulloch chain saws VERMEER HAY CONDITIONER Congratulations DAVE ' S HANDY STORE Dave MacKim Wise Road COMPLIMENTS OF TRI CITY SPORTS CARS TRIUMPH - BORGWARD - SKODA R D 3 MASSILLON, OHIO PHONETE3-9818 THE BROWN LUMBER CO. Massillon, Ohio LUMBER ROOFING INSULATION PLYWOOD TILE BOARD SPECIAL. WOODWORK 405 SO. ERIE ST PHONE TE -3-4 111 EWING CHEVROLET CO. CHEVROLET HEADQUARTERS SINCE 1914 929 CLEVELAND AVE. N. W. CANTON, OHIO DIAL GL4-5141 4 4 t ★ Vacume Cleaners i x Floor Polishers ★ Electric Mixers ★ Automatic Coffeepots HOOVER FINE APPLIANCES ...around the house, around the world Compliments of MASSILLON BUICK SALES AND SERVICE, INC. U hen better cars are built Buick will build them • ★ • 131 Tremont Ave. S. W. TE 2-7473 Massillon, Ohio ★ Steam or Dry Irons i ★ Die Castings 4 4 ★ Electronics I 4 4 i M. A. COZY SONS TAILORS “To Men and Women” Makers of Jackson High Band Uniforms 130 - Third St. N. E. GL 3 4640 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Freedom’s Kei to Better Living is Your Newspaper j COMPLIMENTS OF McDONALDSVILLE MERCHANTS ANGLEMONT DAIRY H Y 9 - 57 57 HERB’S SERVICE H Y 9 - 4 6 0 0 HILL’S SOHIO SERVICE H Y 9 - 3 66 3 LECKY’S IGA H Y 9 - 29 4 2 McDONALDSVILLE FEED SUPPLY H Y 9 - 60 9 4 LAKE SHOPPING LAKE CABLE BARBER SHOP HAWKINS PURE OIL CABLE CENTER RICE PHARMACY KIDDER HARDWARE ■ Home is where you make it TF the job’s there, and you can get it—go ahead. Nobody can stop you from crossing state lines, choosing your own job. In America you have a right to work anywhere you please. Lots of people in other countries wish they had this same freedom. If you lived behind the Iron Curtain—or under that kind of government—you’d be expendable manpower, nothing else. You’d work where you were told to work, at any job the state said you should do. You’d have no choice. You couldn’t hope for better working conditions, criticize the boss, or pick up and leave. You know .. . it’s really something, this freedom to work where you please. It’s a precious heritage, part of being an American. And doesn’t it give you the shudders to realize that there are people who’d like to take this right—put us all under Iron Curtain working conditions? Let’s not let it happen . . . Keep your rights, all of them, including this one. Speak up for them. Resist any movement to take them away. Don ' t let anyone talk down your freedom. Compare what you ' ve got with what they’ve got—and keep your right to work where you choose! The best way to protect your rights is to know them and treat them right by exercising them. Wii TRADE-MARK REG. U. S PAT. OFF The Timken Roller Bearing Company " The right to work shall not be abridged nor made impotent ' ’ DO YOU KNOW YOUR RIGHTS? As Americans, we have the greatest freedom and the high¬ est standard of living in the world. Help keep it that way by knowing your rights and guarding them well. Some of them are: Freedom of uorship Right to secret ballot Right to know how your union spends your dues Freedom of speech Freedom of the press Right to criticize officials • ' Right to know salaries of your union officers Freedom from search without warrant Right to petition government for redress of grievances ' • ' •Right to know if your union officers are Communists ■ ' Right to know how your union is run Right to speedy nad public trial by jury Right to help of a laivyer Right to hear your employer ' s side of disagreements Right not to appear as a witness against yourself Right to refuse to permit the " check-off’ of union dues Right to go direct to your boss with a grievance Right to be presumed innocent until proved guilty Freedom to own property ■ ' Right to work despite union jurisdictional disputes Freedom to work in any locality ■ ' ■Right to proper supervision of your union welfare funds Freedom to start and manage a business Freedom to make a profit Right not to be fired by union leaders Right to vote on company ' s best offer !,: These are rights you enjoy under the Taft-Hartley law. This is a right enjoyed by members of United Steel Workers, C.I.O. only when the Taft-Hartley law is invoked. THEY’RE YOUR RIGHTS, TREAT THEM RIGHT! ' Buy ' em by the Seek " Compliments of CANAL CASTINGS COMPANY Canal Fulton Phone UL 4-2777 ★ " Bud” Crowe, Owner ROBY PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Installation and Repairs PUMPS • WATER HEATERS • PLUMBING FIXTURES a 500 Feel North of Mudbrook Road on Route 241 TE 2-1432 HOWARD C. ROBY, JR„ Owner What! No school today? Not when 35 free Pig ' s Dinners awaited the team nn Monday after winning the championship. bod as. bundoes ZINK’S DAIRY BAR DAIRY PRODUCTS ICE CREAM Modern Dairy and Delicatessen Store Wales Road — Route 241 HOMEMADE And Massillon, Ohio TE 3-6591 Compliments of SAMPSON GENERAL TIRE CO., INC Cor. 9th Cleveland Ave. N. W. Phone Gl 5 0351 i Canton 2, Ohio Complete Line of Athletie Equipment Guns and Ammunition Fishing Tackle Archerq Bowling Sweaters Jackets 37 Erie St. North Massillci, Ohio Graduation or Commencement? Two words with different meanings. It all depends on your point of view. Will you graduate or will you commence? Graduation means the completion of a required course. Commencement means the beginning of new experiences. This year, seniors will be starting new tasks. Some of you will become housewives, others will start new jobs in shops, factories and offices. Still others, will continue your studies in college. All of these opportunities are a chance to commence anew. Make the Most of it. HERCULES MOTORS CORPORATION • Canton. Ohio. U.S.A. Every Kind of Dependable Insurance THE F. W. ARNOLD AGENCY COMPANY “Insurance that Insures” CORNER LINCOLN WAY , E. THIRD ST., N. E. MASSILLON, OHIO T E 2-1556 CUSTOMER PARKING IN REAR OF OUR NEW BUILDING MONTY’S HARDWARE AND APPLIANCES ZENITH RADIOS AND TELEVISION AMOCO GAS AND OIL Complete Line of Paints, Galvanized IVare and Hardware Route 241 at Jackson High School Dial TE 2-6817 Fremont Montgomery, Owner COMPLIMENTS OF THE CERES SUPPLY CO. INC. MASSILLON, OHIO MANUFACTURERS OF FINEST QUALITY FEEDS FOR MAXIMUM RESULTS FENCE II SEEDS !! FERTILIZERS !! LIME I! FARM SUPPLYS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK in Massillon, Ohio MASSILLON’S ONLY NATIONAL BANK TWO CONVENIENT AND COMPLETE BANKING OFFICES MAIN OFFICE - LINCOLN WAY WEST AND ERIE STREET AMHERST OFFICE - AMHERST SHOPPING CENTER LAKE A V E . AMHERST ROAD DRIVE - UP WINDOWS AT EACH OFFICE COURTESY, CONVENIENCE, FRIENDLINESS, SAFETY BEST of LUCK to ALL YOU POLAR BEARS COMPLIMENTS OF John C. Reigar PROFESSIONAL UMPIRE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL COMPLIMENTS OF GARCO GARAGE NOLAN COAL COMPANY SALES AND SERVICE OF OIL AND GAS FURNACES OR CONVERSION BURNERS G L 4 - 4 5 1 5 1338-5 th N.W CANTON, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF ART SNYDER Sheet Metal Work DANNER GARAGE 5200 PORTAGE STREET N.W GENERAL REPAIRING PHONE M Y 9-4576 NORTH CANTON itlCLLO miLK NORTH CANTON DAIRIES, INC. Portage St. Eit HY 9-3345 FULTON PHARMACY CANAL FULTON’S NEWEST DRUG STORE CANAL FULTON, OHIO Compliments and Best Wishes 2108 West Tuscarawas St glendale 2-5789 Canton, Ohio STUDENT INDEX A Aegerter, Henry _25 Albrecht, Lester _ 15 Albrecht, Richard_32, 71 Alexander, Marta_32, 44, 48, 63 Alford, Jim _86 Altland, Thomas _86 Altman, Peggy _86, 90 Amacher, David_84, 90 Andrews, Mike_86, 88, 89 Andrews, Patty_32, 46, 48, 51 Angle, Jim _60, 84 Arnold, John_84, 88, 89, 91 Ash, Donald_.,_32 Ater, Bob _84 Ater, Jerry _15, 39, 47, 54, 67, 76, 77 Ater, John _25, 81 Ayers, Charles _84 B Babetski, Sally _i_28 Baer, Carole _32, 46, 48 Baer, Shirlee _15, 41 Baich, Ernest _86, 90 Baich, John _28, 61 Baird, Judy Ann_28, 46 Baird, Karen_86, 90 Barnhart, Charles _32 Barnhart, Rosemary_15, 46, 49, 50, 63 Bartko, Linda_28, 46, 48, 51 Bates, Loren _25 Bates, Patty _28 Bauer, Bob—_15, 54, 56, 67, 81 Baughman, Karen_32, 46, 48 Baughman, Lynda _25, 46, 49, 51, 74, 75 Becherer, Barbara_14, 15, 39, 41, 45, 49, 54, 56, 59, 60 Bednar, Alice _84 Belknap, Ann_25, 46, 49, 54, 63 Bender, Annette _86 Bender, Bob _28, 44 Bender, Ronald _86 Benson, Don_15, 40, 47, 54, 67, 76, 77 Bent, Bob_15, 39, 45, 50, 51, 54, 56 Bernard, Dick _15, 67 Bernard, Mary Ann _25, 4fi 4Q S4 Berndt, Fred—28, ' 44, ' 47, ' 71, 80 Bernhart, Jay _61, 84 Bernhart, Sandy_28, 44, 50, 63 Berring, Marty_25, 46, 49, 51, 52, 54, 63 Bertoni, Victor _28, 70 Bethel, Susan_32, 44, 48, 63 Billman, Patty_28, 44, 63 Bixler, Chris_25, 47, 61, 81 Bixler, Pam_86, 90 Bixler, Terry_32, 44, 70 INDEX (Continued) Blackstone, Jim_15, 40, 47, 54, 66, 81 Blackstone, John _28 Blackstone, Linda_86, 89, 90 Blile, Alice _16 Blocher, Bruce _84 Boerner, John ,_86 Bolender, Dianne _86 Bolender, James _84 Bolender, Karen _84 Boomhower, Carol_32, 46, 48 Boomhower, Gene _84 Boron, Carol_32, 44, 60 Boron, Leo_32, 70, 80 Boron, Margaret_28, 50, 61 Boron, Ruth _84 Boss, Gary_25, 47, 71 Boss, Kenny_84 Bowen, Shirley_28, 46, 62 Bower, Miriam_16, 49, 54, 61 Boyd, Frank_25, 70 Boyd, Susan_32, 48 Boyer, Chauncey_32, 47, 80 Braneky, Steven_25, 47 Braucher, Claudia_28, 48 Braucher, Dan_86, 88 Braucher, Margaret_84 Braucher, Ray _32, 70 Bray, Sherrie_32, 46, 48, 62 Brenneman, Bill_28, 60 Brenner, Darlene _84 Bresson, Jim_32 Bresson, Marilyn_16, 46, 49 Bresson, Mary _86 Brisbine, Floyd _86 Brooks, Made _86 Brooks, Violet _86 Brower, Sue_25, 44, 49 Brown, Bonnie_28 Brown, David _84 Brown, Linda _84 Brown, Patsy _86 Brumbaugh, Fred _86 Brumbaugh, Jackie_86, 89, 90 Brumbaugh, Judy_32, 44, 48, 61 Bryson, Connie_32, 60 Buchman, Karen_32, 48 Burch, Ted _86 Burgoon, Anita_84, 90 Burgoon, David_32, 70, 80 Burleigh, Ronald _86 Butnett, Kenneth _84 Burtnett, Ronald_28, 71, 80 Burwell, Margaret_25, 49 Burwell, Sandy_28, 46, 63 Buss, Colleen_16, 46, 49 Byrd, Charles _32 Byrd, Linda _84 C Cable, Bart_28, 44, 53 Calla, Kim _80 Callahan, Bonnie _28, 46 Campbell, Frank _86 Campbell, Gary_84, 88 Campbell, Jane _86 Canterbury, Ronald_32, 44 Carter, Ross _25 Cartiea, Jerry _32, 91 Casper, Charlene_16, 46, 49, 59, 61 Casper, George_28, 44, 60 Casper, Joyce_32, 44 Cecil, Sonia _86 Cheyney, Bernice_28, 46 Clapper, John_28, 47, 80 Clark, Jim _84 Clark, Linda_25, 46, 49 Clatterbuck, David_25, 80 Clatterbuck, Judy, _28, 44, 50, 60, 62 Cleckner, Harriett_16, 39, 45, 60 Climes, Richard_16, 54, 76, 77 Climes, Roger _84 Cogan, Carol _84 Cole, Jack _86 Coleman, Harold _28 Coltrin, Charles _63 Coltrin, David _28, 62 Coltrin, Lawrin _32 Copeland, Nancy_32, 48 Copper, Josie _28, 46, 48, 50, 52, 75 Coppins, Cray _84, 89 Corbett, Barbara_28, 44, 50 Corbett, Susan_86, 90 Covert, Tom _32 Cozy, Tom _25 Craig, Irene_25, 44, 60 Craig, Randy _•_84 Craig, Wayne _86 Crawford, Jack _32 Crawford, Walter _86 Crisp, Carolyn_28, 50 Crisp, Susan _86 Culler, Elaine_84, 91 Culvert, Tom _ 47 Cushing, Janet_32, 48 D Dahlberg, Daniel_86, 90 Daily, Paul_16, 47, 63 Daniels, Richard _86, 90 Danner, Jeannie_25, 46, 49, 51, 54, 72, 74, 75 Darragh, Craig _84 Darragh, Kirk_25, 47, 57, 61, 71 Davis, Jacqueline_84 Davis, Raymond _84 Davis, Richard _28 Day, Alan _86 Decker, Jill _84 Decker, Sandy_32, 44, 48, 60 DeMuesy, Sandy_16, 46, 49 DeMuesy, Sherrie _28 Dickes, Bonnie _84, 91 Disler, Barbara_25, 46, 49, 54, 59, 60, 62 Ditch, Gary _86 Ditch, Grant _ 28 Ditch, Judy_16 Ditch, Marilyn _84 Domer, Eunice _28, 46, 63 Domer, Orpha _17 Donovan, Kathleen _84 Dowlin, Tim _84, 91 Drew, Karen _86 Dretke, John __32, 60 Drury, Pat_28, 46, 61 Duke, Charlotte_32, 46 Duke, Sherrie _84 Dunn, Carol_25 Dunning, Ann _29, 44 E Eberhardt, Ray_29, 47, 50 Eby, Margery___25, 49, 62 Eckenrode, Tom _32 Eckert, Martin _86 Eckert, Tom_33, 47, 71, 80 Edwards, Bonnie__33, 46, 48 Edwards, Carolyn.25, 46, 49, 63 Elder, Judi__33, 46, 48, 59, 60, 72 Emhoff, Jeff _17 Emhoff, Ronald_86, 90 Etter, Eleanor_33, 46, 48 Eberhart, Julia_29, 48, 60 F Fair, Frank_84, 91 Faverty, David _33 Fechtelkotter, Cheryl _86 Fenton, Jim _25, 51 Ferguson, Gayle_29, 46, 48, 51 Fick, Donald _86 Fick, John_25, 68 Fidler, Joan_33, 48 Fidler, Nick _33 Fiecoat, John _86 Fiecoat, Linda__86 Fierstos, John _86 Fierstos, Larry _29 Fierstos, Louise_33, 46, 48 Fierstos, Rose_25, 46, 49 Filkill, Tim _84 Filliez, Vernoica _84 Finger, Jackie_29, 50 Finger, William_17, 60 Fink, Ronnie _33 Fisher, Bob__29, 47 Fisher, Donna _84 Flickinger, Pamela_84 Flickinger, Patricia _84 Flinn, Eugene _86 Flood, Jim_17, 81 Flood, John_29, 80 Floom, Larry_25, 47, 69 Floom, Lorena_33, 48 Floom, Tim_29, 71 Floom, Tomi _86 Floom, Vicky_17, 49 Forrer, Ralph _17, 66 Forrer, Vivian _84 Forrest, Dianne_28, 29, 44 Forsyth, Barb_33, 46, 48 Forsyth, Bill_25, 66 France, Steve_33, 44, 70 Frazee, Richard_33, 70 Frick, Marlene_33, 48, 52 Furbee, Florence_29, 46, 48, 63 G Gardner, Kay_17, 39, 45, 49, 52, 54, 56, 60 Garner, Joan_17, 45, 46, 49, 51, 54, 56 Garner, Sheila_33, 61 Garvin, Carla_46, 49, 17 Garvin, Elaine _86 Gates, Will_33, 60 Geis, Sondra_29, 46, 48 Geissinger, Dick_17, 47, 54, 56, 60 Gerber, Barbara_33, 48 Gergel, Leslie _33, 90 German, Linda_•_86 Gessner, Nancy_84, 90 Getz, Joan_25, 45, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 57, 62 Gillis, John_84, 89 Gillmore, Janice_84, 90 Gillmore, Susan _86 Goodwin, Jim_84, 89 Goodwin, Linda_29, 63 Gowing, David_33, 44, 47, 60 Gradijan, Martin _33, 44, 47, 70, 80 Graening, Tom_86, 90 Grant, Gayle__28, 29, 44, 48, 72, 74, 75 Grant, Linda_18, 39, 41, 46, 49, 51, 53, 56, 72, 73, 74, 75 Grant, Susan_87, 90 Graybill, Sandy _87 Green, Tanya _87 Griffith, Johnny_25, 62 Grimm, Julie _84 Gross, Margo_18, 39, 46, 49, 53, 56 Guest, Joe_33, 47, 60 Guest, Ned_28, 29, 47, 70, 80 H Habony, Ted_29, 47, 71 Haer, Bonnie _87 Haer, Louie_84, 88, 89 Halter, Edward _84 Halter, Jeanne_87, 90 Halter, Mary Ann_29, 44, 46, 48 Halter, Nadine_29, 46, 61, 62 Halter, Susan_33, 46, 48, 60 Halter, Richard_18, 47, 66 Hammersley, Wayne_87 Hanes, Bill _87 Hanes, Pat_29, 46 Hann, Fred_25, 45, 47, 57 Hann, Gordon_84, 60 Harder, Jerry _,_87 Harder, Norwood _33 Harlow, Richard_84 Harper, Bonnie_71, 87, 90 Harper, John _87 Harper, Ronnie_33, 52, 80 Harper, Wanda__33, 50 Harris, Bruce _87 Harris, Steve_25, 45, 47, 57 Hartman, Sandra _87 Hartzell, Bob_25, 47, 81, 90 Haverstock, Jeffrey_33, 47 Haymaker, Larry_33, 70 Hays, Kenny _84 Heavilin, Robert _87 Heitger, Howard_25, 69 Heitger, Paul _33 Helmerick, Mike _ 87 Helmick, David _25 Hency, Pat_33, 44, 48, 61 Henderson, Tom _84 Hensel, Bill_33, 71 Heppe, Mike _84 Hershberger, Annabelle_33, 46, 48, 63 Hershberger, Susan_25, 45, 46, 49, 63 Hewitt, Barbara Hickle, Larry _87 Highley, Jennifer__26, 45, 49, 54, 63 Hite, Chris _84 Hite, Jack _29 Hoagland, Jim_29, 47 90 Hoagland, Myron_18, 67 Hoff, David _84 Hoff, Michael_18, 76, 77 Hoff, Sandy_33, 48, 61 Hoffee, John_84, 89 Hoffee, Judy_29, 46, 60 Holben, Louis _18, 47, 54, 66, 76, 77 Hollender, Bonnie_29, 44, 46 Hollender, Jack___26, 62, 71 Hollingbaugh, Shirley _29 Holmes, Ronnie_25, 57, 77 Holshoy, Janet_26, 50, 57, 60 Holt, Garry _84 Hopkins, Gail _84 Horning, Rosalind_87, 90 Horst, Betty Anne_33, 44, 48 Hostetler, Dave_28, 29, 44, 47, 51, 68, 77, 80 Hostetler, Dennis_87, 89 Howensteine, William_87, 89 Hubiak, Carol _18, 49 Hubiak, Chuck -84 Huey, Dennis_33, 44, 47, 80 Huff, Mary _87 Huffman, Nancy_33, 46, 48, 61 Huffman, Shirley _26, 46, 62, 60 Hunsinger, Bill_26, 47, 69 Huthmacher, Dean_87 Huthmacher, Larry_33, 61 J Jarrett, Bob _26 Jarvis, Bob _26 Jobe, Steven _87 Johanning, John _84 Johanning, Sandy_26, 49 Johnson, Rolland _34 Jolliff, Chuck_14, 18, 47, 54, 57, 67, 76, 77 Jolliff, David _29 Jolliff, Scott _87 Jolliff, Tim _,_34 Jones, Judy _84 Jones, Merlin _84 Jones, Rita_26, 49, 50, 54 Jones, Sandra_34, 91 K Kaluza, Deanna _18 Karns, Sally_29, 44, 46, 50 Keck, Dan _87 Keck, Mike _29 Keller, Penny_85, 91 Kekich, Ruth_26, 46, 49, 63 Kelly, Bob _85, 88 Kelly, Bonnie_26, 45, 49, 57 Keogh, Ray _26, 50 Keogh, Richard _34, 47 Kern, Barbara_14, 18, 45, 49, 53, 54, 56, 59, 60 Kershaw, Robert _34, 44 Kershaw, Roy _87 Keifer, Bill_29, 47, 70 Kimble, Donna_34, 44, 48, 50, 60 Kimpean, Nick_85, 90 King, Janet _85 Kintz, Mary _26, 49 Kintz, Paul _ 85 Kirk, Larry _34 Kirk, Marianne_26, 54, 57, 60 Kirven, Joe _29, 61 Klainski, Judy _29, 48 Klinge, John_87, 90 Klinge, Nancy_26, 38, 45, 49, 50, 54, 57, 60 Knowles, Richard_ 26, 38, 62, 68, 80 Knowles, Robert _29 Kovacsiss, Steve__26 Kracker, Jim _29, 47 Kracker, Pat_19, 49 Krantz, David_29, 44, 47 Kraus, Edward _34, 47 Krebs, Phillip _85 Krnach, Barbara _26 Krnach, Nancy _19, 46, 49, 51, 72 Kuntz, Nancy _26 INDEX (Continued) L Ladd, Judy_,_26, 46, 49 Lamp, Sandy _85, 91 Landis, Jerry _87 Lang, Henry _85 Lappin, David _19, 52 Laursen, Jim _26 LeBeau, Dean _85, 91 LeBeau, Shirley_29, 46, 63 Lee, Joan_26, 38, 49, 62 Lee, Judy_32, 34, 46, 48, 51 75 Lemaster, Kay_._26, 38, 45, 46, 49, 50, 51, 53, 54, 74, 75 Lenegar, Betty_34, 46, 48, 60 Leonard, Jim_87, 88, 89 Leonard, Linda_24, 46, 49 Lewis, Tom _26 Lightbody, Diane_29, 48, 62 Linn, Anne_26, 45, 49, 54, 60 Linn, Lewis _85, 90 Linn, Nancy_26, 49 Little, Bonnie_19, 41, 49, 50, 56 Livingston, Carol_,_85, 91 Livingston, Janet__26, 49, 57, 63 Lockard, Carol_34, 48, 61 Lockard, Tom_26, 47, 60, 81 Longbrake, Wayne _85, 89 Lorenz, John_30 Ludwick, Harry _19, 81 Luthi, Jade_._87, 90 Luthi, Jill _85, 90 Lutz, Alvin_19, 67 Lutz, Larry_34, 47, 80 M Mack, Jeff _26 MacKim, Elsie _46 MacKim, Gary _87 Magers, Sharon _._19, 41, 59, 61 Malinowski, Tom_26, 68 Mallalieu, Cynthia_26, 50 Mann, Hanly_34, 47, 51 Mann, Judy_,_26, 49, 52, 63 Mantsch, Dan_26, 45 Marchand, Tom_30, 47 Markowsky, Paul _30, 71 Marnin, Duane _87, 90 Marnin, Gary_34, 70, 80 Matako, George_19, 50, 56, 63, 66 Matako, Tim _85 Mathena, Allan_30, 44, 47 McArdle, Nancy_85, 91 McArdle, Stuart _26 McAtee, Tom _-_87 McClaskey, Ronnie _85 McClaskey, Shirley__19, 63 McCombs, David_30, 62 McCombs, Loretta _87 McCormick, Mike _87 McCormick, Pat_30, 44, 48, 62 McCort, Nancy_26, 45, 49, 54, 57, 60 McGlinn, Bonnie_26, 45, 59, 57 McKelvey, Kathleen_19, 46, 49, 57 McNutt, Sally _26, 45, 53, 54, 57, 61 McNutt, Terry _34, 48 McReynold, Nancy_20, 39, 45, 46, 49, 57 McWhorter, Tom _85 Mead, Jim_26, 38, 89 Mead, Karen _._85 Meek, Charlene _34, 46 Mercier, Martha_34, 48, 61 Metz, Bill _30 Michael, Suzanne_85 Michaels, Pat _26 Michaels, Raymond _85 Michaels, Roger _20 Miller, Betty _87 Miller, Cliff_20, 39, 47, 50, 54, 57, 81 Miller, Dale_._87 Miller, Janet_30, 61 Miller, Jewel _26 Miller, Linda _20, 46, 49 Miller, Richard _20, 47, 51, 57, 61, 81 Miller, Roger _87 Minter, Carol__20, 49, 57, 60, 62 Minter, John_34 Mobberly, Dave _26, 38, 62, 69, 77 Moesle, Roger_20, 40, 66 Moll, Edward _._87 Monateri, Frank _85 Montgomery, Don_34, 44 Montgomery, Gary _87 Montgomery, Robert _87, 88 Moorhead, Charles_34, 80 Moorhead, Gary _87 Moorhead, Joan_20, 49, 50 Mosley, Sherry _30, 62 Moyer, Chester _87 Muntean, Karen ___87 Murphy, Carol_30, 46, 48 Murray, Donna_85, 91 N Naylor, Charles_34, 44 Nelson, Carol _20, 46 Nelson, David_30, 44, 47, 71 Nelson, Kathy _85 Ney, Karl_30, 47, 71, 80 Neidenthal, Karen _20, 39, 45, 52, 57 Nist, Carol _30, 63 Nist, Charlotte _21, 46 Nist, Patty _85 Nixdorf, Ronald _87 Norris, Martha _._87 Norris, Norma _34, 48 Nutter, Betty_27, 46, 49 Nye, Carol _30, 46 Nye, Jack _87 O Orr, Beverly _85 Orr, David _30 Orr, Dwight _._87 Otten, Francis _87 Otten, Gyda_30, 44, 50 P Page, Carolyn _87 Page, Tom _85 Palm, Barbara_34, 48, 61 Palmer, Bonnie _85 Parr, Diane_85, 91 Parsons, Robert _34, 61 Paul, Dianne_27, 46, 49 , 62 Paul, Jean _30 Paulus, Bill _ 34 , 44 Paustian, John_21, 57, 62 Pearson, Kris _87, 90 Pearson, Robin _30, 44 Persinger, Dave _27, 50, 54, 60 Persinger, Peggy _85, 90 Persons, Linda_._87 Pettay, Carol _30, 46 Pettay, Judy _ 30 , 44, 48, 50, 75 Pfluge, Richard _85, 89 Phillabaum, Gene _21 Phillabaum, Glenn_30, 61 Petscher, Ernie _ 34 Phillis, Karen _27, 49 Pickering, Dan _85 Poth, Patty _87, 90 Prato, Benny _87, 90 Pratt, Joy_21, 49 Price, Barbara__._30, 46, 60 Price, Linda _85 Price, Lloyd_85, 88 , 89 Pritz, Carol _87 Puente, Fred _87, 90 Q Quass, Janet _87 R Rader, Jamie _34, 70 Ramga, Dick _21, 54 Ramsey, Larry _87 Randles, Bob_27, 38, 60 Randles, Carolyn _87 Rankl, Carol _87 Rankl, Dave _25, 27 Rankl, Jim _30, 44 Reel, Vera _._27 Rees, Bill _34, 44, 47 Regula, Jeff_34, 61 Reiderman, Jill _34, 48, 60 Reigle, Dwight _85 Reynolds, Lila_34, 44, 48, 50 Reynolds, Shirley _87 Richardson, Darian_21, 62 Ricker, Tom_30, 60 Ries, Diana _85 Ritchie, Paula_30, 44, 63 Robertson, Diane_30, 44, 62 Rohr, Betsy_._30, 48 Rohr, Betty _34 Rohr, Bob _27 Rohr, Harold _87 Rohr, Helen _30, 46 Rohr, Jo _87 Rohr, Judy_30, 46, 48, 51 Rohr, Martha_27, 46, 49, 50 Rohr, Mary Ann_30 Rohr, Nancy__27, 49 Rohr, Shirley _27 Rohr, Tom _ 34 Rohrer, Bruce_85, 88 , 89 Rohrer, Richard _30, 47 Rohrer, Ted__32, 34, 47, 68 , 80 Ronk, Nancy_34, 46, 48, 60 Rook, Clement_ 34 Rosenberg, Cheryl _85 Ross, Alan _87 Ross, Frances_._35, 60 Ross, Gary _ 35 , 80 Royer, Ronald _30 Rummins, Tim_87, 89, 90 Rudy, Bob_21, 47, 63 Russ, Jim-14, 21, 39, 47, 50, 54, 57, 66 , 81 S Saenger, Lee _87 Schalmo, Nelson _21 Schalmo, Paul_._30 Schalmo, Rita _27, 49 Schaub, Bob_35, 47, 60 Schaub, Vernon _ 88 , 90 Schaub, Wesley_27, 47, 60 Scheetz, Anna Mae_27, 46, 49 Scheetz, Barbara_30, 46, 48 Scheetz, Glen _ 88 Schiltz, Daneen_25, 27, 46, 49, 52, 57, 62 Schiltz, Sue_35, 46, 48, 50, 75 Schmader, David _27, 57 Schoen, Mike _85, 88 , 89 Schroeder, Bill..._35, 44 , 60 Scott, Faith _85, 89 Scott, Gary _35, 44 Scott, Joy_21, 49, 57 Sebald, Jerilyn _ 88 , 90 Seckler, Dan_30, 71 Seel, Ann_22, 46, 49, 52, 62 Seifert, Carol _ 88 Seifert, Judy _35, 46, 48 Selogy, Jim_27, 69 Sentz, Thresa _85 Sentz, Wanda _._ 88 Serra, Tim_30 Shafer, Jim _85 Shafer, Larry_22, 71, 80 Shafer, Linda _61, 85 Shaffer, Larry_35, 45, 47 Shammo, Nelson _21, 47, 54, 66 , 81 Shannon, Gayle _ 88 Shannon, Phyllis _85 Shearer, Donna_,_31, 62 Sheehan, Dick _35, 51 Sheehan, John _22, 50 Sheppler, Pat _31, 62 Sherman, Jean _85 Sherman, Walter _ 88 Shoemaker, Jackie_31, 44, 46, 50 Shonk, Ed _27, 47 Shulty, Beverly_35, 60 Sibert, Kenneth _ 22 Sibila, Ellie _27, 46, 49, 50, 52, 63 Sima, Ted _ 88 Simon, Gerry _85 Simpson, Heath_35, 44, 61 Sinnett, Burletta _22 Sinnett, Rosetta_35, 46, 48 Sirotock, Linda_31, 44, 46, 62 Smarr, Jim _85 Smart, Betty _85 Smart, Donald_._35, 63 Smith, Carol _85, 89, 90 Smith, Cheryl _ 88 Smith, Dave _31 Smith, Duane _85 Smith, Ed_35, 77 Smith, Joyce _31 Smith, Karen_85, 90 Smith, Karen Kay_22, Smith, Karen L. _27, 49, 50, 63 Smith, Ken_,_85 Smith, Mary Alice_88, 90 Smith, Patty _22, 46, 49 Smith, Reginald _85 Smith, Ruth _31, 46 Smith, Sandy _35, 46, 48 Smith, Sue _35, 48 Smith, Wesley _22, 81 Smyth, Linda _85 Smythe, Jean _88, 90 Smythe, Harry _31 Snyder, Bill _85 Snyder, Dallas _88 Snyder, David_22, 54, 57, 63 Sogorka, Mary _35 Sogorka, Paul _88 Solly, Joel _85 Sommers, Joyce _88 Sommerville, Sue _35 Sponseller, Beverley_88, 90 Sponseller, Gary _27 Stamman, Dave _85 Stamman, Virginia _27, 49, 54, 57, 61 Stayer, Joan _27 Stayer, Karen _85 Stevens, Bill_22, 47, 81 Stockon, Lee _23, 40 Stoner, Chuck _31, 71 Stuhldreher, Ben _88 Stuhldreher, Carl_31, 71 Stuhldreher, Ted _23, 66 Sturm, Barbara-_31, 46, 48, 62 Sturm, Bill _88 Sturm, Dave _85, 89 Sturm, Dick_31, 47, 71 Swan, Eddie _27, 47 Swart, Jeannie_23, 46, 49 Swartout, Judi__27, 38, 49, 54, 57 Swartout, Kathy _35 Sweany, Ralph _31 T Talbott, Allen _85 Talkington, Bill__88 Taylor, Donna _31 Taylor, Tim _31, 61 Thackwell, Bill_35, 44, 71 Thomas, Chris _23, 47 Thomas, Robert _88 Thomas, Mary_35, 46, 48, 60 Thompson, Terry _47 Tidball, Bruce_35, 44 Tifft, Margaret _88 Tilton, Connie _85, 90 Tilton, Tim__44, 47, 71, 77, 80 Tolle, Jon_27, 47, 81 Trachsel, Judy_31, 60 Turns, Judy _88 Tusing, Eddie _-35 Tusing, Karen_35, 46, 48 Tusing, Pat _23, 49 U Ulm, Jim-11, 23, 39, 51, 54, 63, 67, 81 Ulm, Linda _._88 Ulm, Ronnie_27, 58, 80 Ulm, Terry_32, 35, 44, 47, 70, 80 Underwood, Bob_85, 88 Underwood, Lee__27, 38, 53, 57 Uplinger, Acie _ 27 V Van Camp, Leona_27, 46, 49, 54 Van Camp, Rose _35, 48 Van Voorhis, Dale_27, 38, 47, 57 Van Voorhis, Larry_35, 80 Venosdle, Bill _88 Vernon, Sandy_._88 Vickers, Chuck _85 Vincent, DeMaris_27, 46, 49 Vitak, Bill _31, 60 W Wadian, Paul _35, 71 Wagner, Bob _31, 70 Waldron, Kathy _85 Wallenhurst, Dave_23, 54, 67 Wallenhurst, Doug_._88 Walsh, Jim _31, 61 INDEX (Continued) Walton, Herb_31, 47, 71 Watts, Donna _31 Watts, Tom_85, 89, 91 Weber, Allan _86 Webster, Bob__32, 35, 44, 47, 80 Weidman, David _88 Weimer, Bob_86, 90, 91 Weimer, Jack_,_31, 47, 69 Welsh, Larry _88 Welsh, Robert _35 Weltlich, Gary _23, 40, 47, 52, 57, 81 Welty, George_31, 47, 70, 80 Welty, Linda _23 Werker, Ruth _23, 46, 49 Wertz, Charles _24, 61 Wertz, James_35, 58, 61 Wesley, Don_31, 44, 47 West, Doug _31, 61 West, Penny_._61, 86 Westfall, Sally _86 Westfere, Terry _31, 60 Wheeler, Jean _86 Whitacre, Larry _88 Whitacre, Sue Ann_35, 48 Wiandt, Joe _86 Wiandt, Grace_31, 44, 50, 62 Wilhelm, Larry _._86 Wilhelm, Terree _88, 90 Wilk, Betty _35 Willaman, Chip _88 Willaman, Rickey_67, 86 Willaman, Skip _24 Williams, Carole_24, 46, 49, 51, 59, 60 Williams, Donna_88, 90 Williams, Ronnie_31, 70 Williams, Sandra_31, 44, 46, 50 Williamson, Daniel _88 Windle, Lorelei _35, 61 Winholt, Mary__88, 90 Wolfe, Kay _88 Wolfe, Ken _24 Wood, Bob_31, 44, 61 Wood, Jim _86 Wooden, Harry _27 Workman, Marcus _ 24, 45, 57, 61 Wurtz, Dave _27 Wyles, Elaine__27, 46, 49, 54, 60 Wyles, Gordon_27, 53, 57, 60 Wyles, Nancy _86, 91 Wyles, Tom _24 Y Yant, Judy_35, 44, 48 Yingling, Helen_35, 46, 48, 51, 52 Yingling, Mary Jane_86, 91 Yoder, Barbara _27, 45, 49, 54, 57 Yoder, Jo Ann_88 Yost, Cheryl _86 Young, Robert_■_31 Z Zahler, Peggy_27, 46, 49, 54, 59, 60 Zastudil, Dick _88 Zastudil, Suzanne _27, 46, 49, 51, 62 Zbinden, Dennis _86 Ziesmer, Beth Ann_35, 44, 48 Ziesmer, David__88 Zink, Carol_24, 46, 49, 59, 60 Zintz, Barbara _31, 48 Zintz, Ronald _88 FACULTY INDEX Amacher, Walter_8, 11 Barker, Harold_10, 11, 47 Baxter, Lois___10, 11, 14, 51, 75 Bond, Virginia _8, 52 Cholley, Carolyn_8, 11, 48 Davidson, Norwood_8, 11 Dutka, Harry_._10, 11, 42 Essig, William _7 Fife, Robert _78, 88 Gatchell, Lawrence_8, 11 Gates, Clarence _8, 11, 61 Geib, Doris _11, 88, 90 Geib, Elmer _9, 11, 45 Haverstock, Dale _10, 11, 70, 77, 78 Holden, Margot_88 Hushour, W. C. _88 Hyde, Florence_9, 11, 44 Keck, Betty _7 Kershaw, Geneva _9, 88 Kinney, Thomas _9, 38 Knowles, Charles_88, 91 Knowles, Ruth _9 Lawrence, Preston _6 Lininger, Vera _10, 49 Lorenz, June _■_7 Matthews, Dan _9, 11, 51, 78, 80 McCoy, Mary_10, 46, 88 Neff, Blanche _88 Pfouts, Florence_9, 11 Poling, Joseph _10, 50 Ramga, Cecil_9, 11, 53 Ramga, Mildred _9, 50 Rees, Mary _88 Rohrbaugh, Elma _7, 88 Sauder, H. C. _6, 57 Saccone, John _8, 78, 89 Steve, Andrew_78, 80, 88 Tschantz, Martin _88 Young, Jacqueline _7 wuamgm ■ Wmwm I ---v ' ' ■ . V- ' . ' • » ✓ ; - . ' • . V• s V 1 Ilf
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