Midvale High School - Midhian Yearbook (Midvale, OH)
- Class of 1958
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We the Senior Class of 1958 wish to dedxcate
thus edition of the Mldhlan to our advlsor
Mr H1ll1ard We wlsh to thank hun for the
guidance help patlence and tmme he has glven
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Waynesburg Hugh School
Kent State Umverslty B A
Major Instrumental Muslc
LORIN B BEABER
New Phlladelphla Hugh School
Heldelberg College B A
Mayor Phvsncal Education
Minor Science and Blology
Byesvllle Hlgh School
Muskmgum College B A
MaJor Home Econonucs
English and Speech
All pictures m dns annual taken by Harmon s Studxo of Dover
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Tuscarawas High School
Kent State B A
Major Industnal Arts
Fresno High School
Oluo State Umverslty B A B S M S
Minor Chemlstry Soc Study Ger
Central Hxgh School
Unlverslty of Akron B A
Compliments of The Goshen Dany Company Tuscarawas County s Leadmg Dairy
Dunkirk Hlgh School
Otterbem College B A
Mayor English and Social Sclence
CHARLES A SINDLINGER
Tuscarawas High School
Ohlo Umverslty B S E
Ohlo Umversltv M A
Mmor Latm Hlstory and English
Wllmlgnton Hmgh School
wllIHlg'nt0H College B A
Major Enghsh and Commercial
Mmor Hlstory Spamsh and
Cnmplunmt at the Trucx Sales and Servzce, 1172 Tuscarawas Avo N W
GOSHEN LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION
Frank Cox Sam Booth W T Leggett Floyd Hughes Frank Sherer Fred Rlkev
Complunents of Halfway House, Route 250, between Uhrichsville and Midvale
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Home Ec 1 2 3 4 Home Ec Club
Treasurer 3 Newspaper Staff 3 3
Nures Club 3 Commencement
usher 3 Hall monltor 3 4 Jumor
Class Play 3 Annual Staff 4 Honor
Society 3 4 Booster Club 3 Treas
urer of Honor Soclety 4
Kill me boys but dont muss my
Bandl 2 3 4 BoysGlee1 2 3 4
Mlxed Chorus Scxence Club V1ce
no room for non sense
Bandl Z 3 4 HomeEc Clubl 2
Commercxal Club 3 Honor Soclety
3 4 Class Treasurer 4 Annual Staff
4 Booster Club 3' Lxbranan 1 4
Newspaper Edlwr 3 4
Llve, love and lau.,,h for Lhere may
be a time when you cant
Chorus 1 3 4 Forexgn Language
Club 2 Class Play 4 Mldhlan 4
Hall Momtor 2 3 4 Chemlstry Club
3 Dramatxcs 1 2 Llbrarlan 1 2
Glrls Glee 1 3 4
Hicks Fumnture Co Denmson
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in track and baseball and all the
Band 1' Track 1 2 3 4' Baseball 1 2,
4' Football 1 2 3 4' Ba-ketbal1
3' Letter M Club 2 3 4' Monitor
3 4' Play 3' Newspaper Staff 3
Mxxed Chorus 2 3 Annual Staff
4 V1sualA1d 2 3 4
Lets be gay whlle we may
Home Ec Club 1 Dramatlc Club 2
Stamp and Com Club 3 Nurses Club
3 Newspaper Staff 4 Annual Staff
4 Senlor Play 4 05.106 Glrl 3 4
lf lt werent for mv studles ld get
along fine m sc'hool
Photography Club 2 Boys Glee 1
3 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 4 Band
If silence were golden ld be a
Home Ec Club 1 Commercxal Club
2 Booster Club 3
Compliments of the Goodmgsl G A Uhrlchsvllle Ohlo
"Men of few words are the best
Track 2, 3, 4g Basketball 3, 43 Letter
M Club 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 4.
Her virtues will bring rewards.
Class Sec. 1 4' Class Treas. 2' Home
Ec. Club 1 2' Booster Club 3' Cheer-
leader 3 4, Honor Society Sec. 4'
Honor Society Treas. 3' Commence-
ment Usher 3' Prom Server 2' Girls
Chorus 4' Mixed Lhorus 4' Hall
Monitor 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff 2
Football Queen A tendant 1 4
Nurses Club 3 Honor Society 2 3
4 Play 3 Annual Staff 4
A living example that vital things
should come in small packages
Anmual StaFf 4 Homecoming Queen
attendant 2 Home Ee Club 1 2 3
Future Nurses Club 3
Mixed chorus 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee
1 2 3 Dramatics Clubl 3
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Compliments of the Coca-Cola Co., Uhrichsville, Ohio
Every mch a gentleman
Basketball 1 2 Baseballl 2 3 4
Vlce Pres 1 Pres 3 Cla s Rep 2
4 Letter M u 1 2 3 4
Momtor 1 Newspaper Stall' 2 Class
Play 3 4 Honor Socxety 2 3 4
Vxsual AldS 1 2 3 4 Prom Ser
vant 1 Annual Staff 4 Forexgn
Language Club 1 2 3 Scxence Club
A wlllmg helper does not walt un
ul shes asked
Honor Soclety 2 3 4 Honox SOCl9ty
Sec 3 Class Sec 2 Class Treasurer
3 Class Vlce Presldent 4 Hall Mon
xtor 2 Home Ec Club Sec 2 Home
Fc- Club Treas 1
lf the gurls would only leave me
Band 1 2 3 4 Football Manager 1
Basketball 1 2 3 Class Rep 1 Class
V Pres 2 Class Pres 4 Letter M
Clubl 2 3 4 Suence Club 3 An
nual Staff 4 Folelgn language Club
1 2 3 Hall Momtorl 4 Class Play
3 Student Councll 1 4 Student
COUDCII Pxes 4 Booster Cl1b 3
lie ll bluff his may past St Peter
Mxxed Choxus 1 2 3 4 Boys Chor
L 1 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 1 2 3
Hal1Momlox 1 2 3
Compliments of The Daily Tnmes Tuscarawas County s Leadmg Newspaper
ln love we are all fools ahke
Bandl 2 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4
ture Nurses 3 Booster Club 3 Pho
tography Club 2 Home Ee Club 1
3 Midhlan 4 Homecommg Queens
Attendant 3 Homecoming Queen 4
Hall Monitor 3 Class Play 3 4
Girls Glee 1 2 3 4
She rs happy, she is ay she wears
a snule through the day
Girls Glee Club 1 3 4 Mixed
Chorus 1 3 4 Language Club 1 2
Commercial Club 2 Booster Club 3
Nurses Club 3 4 Newspaper Staff
3 Hall Monitor 2 3 4 Future
Teachers 2 Class Sec 3 National
Honor Society 3 4 Class Play 4
Midhian 4 Home Er Club 1
Loves around the corner, but hes
gomg the other way
Bandl 2 Mixed Chorus 1 2 3 4
Boys Ensemble 1 2 3 4 Dramatic
Club 2 Athletxc Club 1 Booster
Club 3 Librarian 1 Class Play 4
Boys Glee 2 3
I am happy when I am talking.
Boys Glee 1 2 3 4' Mixed Chorus
1 2 3 4' Dramatic, Club 2' Class
Play 3 4' Newspaper Staff 3' Com-
mencement Usher 3' Booster Club 3.
Cfillllililllellis ol Buchannan's, 400 East High Ave., New Philadelphia
"Her way and gentle voice
throw a charm around her that is
Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Head Majorette 2,
3, 45 Language Club 1, 2g Photogra-
phy Club 25 Booster Club 35 Nurses
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Future Teachers 23
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Monitor 1, 2,
3 45 Play 43 Newspaper Stat? 2,
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee 1,
2, 3, 45 Girls Ensemble 2, 3: Prom
Sewer lg Commencement Usher 3,
Annual Staff 4, Office Girl 43 Home
Ec. Club 1.
lm not lazy, I just don't like to
Letter M Club 1' Dramatic Club 3'
Track 4' Monitor 1' Newspaper
Staff 1' Annual Staff 4' Coin-Stamp
Club 2' Boo.,ter Club 3' Assistant
Stage Manager 3.
Im not ornery I just act that way
Monitor 1 Class Plesident 2 Class
Vice Pres 3 Student Council 2
Newspaper Staff 2 Foreign Lan
guage Club 1 2 Ba eball 1 2 3 4
Track 1 2 3 4 Football 3 Basket
balll 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Cass
Play 3 4 Booster Club 3 Com
mencement Usher 3
Little but Mighty
Home EC Club 1 2 C0111 S18-ITXP
Cub 3 Dramatlcs Club 1 2
Booster Club 3 Monitor 3 Librarian
2 3 4 Future nurses 3
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She has a heart that IS gay and a
Ile for each day
Bandl 2 3 4 MaJorette 1 2 3 4
o1us12 3 4 Clas Play 3
Hall Momtor 3 Home Ec Club 1 3
Home Ec Club Sec 3 Nurses Club
2 3 Photography Club 2 Booster
Club 3 Mldhlan 4 Commencement
Usher 3 Lxbrarlan 1
A sweet attractlve grace
G1rls Glee 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus
Dramatxcs Club 1 2 Future Nurses
Ex ery morning he looked over the
urls and found a new Ideal
Letter M Club 1 Photography Club
2 Booster Club 3 Band 1 2 3
Class Representative 3 Class Play
3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus
1 2 3 4 Boys Ensemble 2 3
Oluo Savings 8: Trust, Member F. D. I. C., New Philadelphia
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of 1954 54 students from Mxdvale Roswell
and Goshen gathered at Mldvale Hxgh School xn R00m
208 We all hopped m our shiny h0t l'0d and began
our Journey as Freshmen wxth Mr Heskxtt as our
After our take oFf we cho e blue and whxte as our
class colors and a red Carnatxon as our class flower
Then we chose our motto Our Goal IS the Peak of
Success Let Us Chmb
Class OHICOFS were elected as follows Presxdent
Becky Robb Vxce Pres1dent-Jlm Meese Secretary
Bonnxe Hobart Treasurer Martha Sours and Class
Repre entatxve-Don Patterson
Martha Sours and Gaye Tollotx were chosen as major
ettes and Bonme Hobart relgned as Football Queens
Becky Robb was selected by the student body to rep
resent our class as one of the cheerleaders
Our first party was the Freshman Junlor party I
was a success
Our candldates for kmg and queen of May Day were
Patsy Mazzy and Jun Meese
Soon after our freshman year came to an end we all
On September 6 1955 we gathered ln Room 204 to
contlnue our Joumey only thxs tlme as Sophomores
Thls year we found Mr CPete7 Hllllard at the wheel
of our hot rod
With a burst of sparks and a loud roar of duals we
took off wlth 37 aboard We elected class ofhcers as
follows Presxdent Tom Wanosxk Vxce Presldent-
Don Patterson Secretary Patsy Mazzy Treasurer
Bonn1e Hobart and Class Representatlve Jun Meese
Betty Lenarz relgned as Queen attendant this year
and Nancy Westhafer was chosen for a mayorette
Agam we had a three month s summer vacatlon then
roared back to Room 201 to begln our Jumor year
We boarded wxth 34 and elected class OHICGFS They
were Pre ldent-Jun Meese V1ce Presldent Tom
Wanosxk Secretary Patsy Mazzy Trea urer JoAnn
Penxck and Class Representatlve George Yoder
The class was proud of Russ Hobart when he was one
of the first five on the basketball team that went to
state Bonnle Hobart repre ented our class as cheer
This was the year we were to make money We had
bake sales sold candy sold refreshments at ball
games and magazines were sold and Chr1stmas cards
We put on the class play Jumor Mlss wlth Mrs
We had the honor of attendmg the annual Jumor
Freshman party and enyoyed xt very much Then our
long awaxted class rings came and we were very
happy wxth them
We chose Etta Reymond as Football Queen attendant
thls year Then to fimsh off the year we gave the
Jumor Semor Prom We used a Rock :Sz Roll
theme and the gym was transformed llke maglc and
everyone enyoyed the dance
After three months vacatlon we then retumed agaln
ln 1957 reallzmg that thxs would be the last tune we
would roar away ln our hot rod Our rlde was almost
over Wlth 29 of us we took off wxth a bang by
electxng ofhcers as follows Pre 1dert Don Patter
son VICE Presldent Patsy Mazzy Secretary Bonnle
Hobart Treasurer Louxse Elchel and Class Repre
We started out by gettmg our Semor p1ctures taken
and then we were rushed by electmg commencement
announcements name card gettmg the annual to
gether planmng for the Senxor trlp sellmg magazmes
whxrl for a few weeks But then we got used to the
xdea of bexng semors
At the last football game of the season the semor
band members were honored durmg the halftune cer
emomes The gxrls-Sally Trachsel Louxse Ezchel
Martha Sours Gaye Tollotx Nancy Westhafer and
Etta Reymond were presented mums and Donnle
Beans the only boy was presented with a pen and
pencll set Patsy Mazzy the senxor football cheer
leader was al o presented wxth a mum
The hlgh school selected Etta Reymond as the Home
commg Queen and she was crowned at the Tusky
Valley Mldvale game October 18 Bonnle Hobart was
Senlor Attendant We sponsored the dance after the
game and nt was a huge success
We are now lookmg forward to the Senior Trlp m
May when our destmatlon graduatmn wxll be
reached When we leave Mxdvale Hugh School and
go out mto the world on our ovsm many happy mem
ones of good tunes and good frlends wlll go wlth us
No matter how far we may scatter or how dxfferent
our hfe patterns may be, we wall all exepenence the
same sentlmenta when we remember MHS
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We the followmg members of the 1958 Semor Class of MIdValQ I-I1
School bequeath the followlng
Art I We leave our seats 1n the Semor Room to the Jumor Class
Art II To the Faculty we wxsh to express our appreclatlon for the1r guld
ance throughout our hlgh school years
III Don Beans-I w1l1 my seat IH Mr Lmdsey s offloe to Bobby Decker
Ar IV-Joyce DeMatt1o-I wlll my pos1t1on as hall momtor to anybody who
l1kes to run around
1 V Allllfll Edu I y1ll my old pony ta1l to 'Vl1s 'NI1 er
1 YI Lourse Imchtl I 1y1ll my LIJIIIIX to use thc ddm 111 tchmt to RILII
VII NUIIIII Fmtme I yy1ll my Job '1 offne 2,lIl to anybody yyho thmks
thty hdyc owl co11ncct1ons
V IJ me FL lslll I xy1ll Illy lUIl s1dcbu111s to IXI1 L111dsty
1 LAPIIIIIL Pulp yy1l my syy1yLl IIIIJS to LIIIX Ilodl mso
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X Blll CJIIJSOII I yy1ll IIIX lib lbs to Joe Montt
X I1 1111111 H 1l111t I yy1Il Illy 'llllllly to learn to IIIX tyyo IJFUIIQIS
1 XIII Russ Hobalt I yy1ll my 1305111011 on thc IIIIIL 1 l1y tt1 1 to Jon
1 XIV Llmton L9MdSlLlS I yy1ll my S911 111 the SL111111 Room to any
1 Il XV Bctty I.4LIld17 I yy1ll my '1b1l1ty to do Scmor Rcyuyy Math to Dale
1 XVI Patsy Mazzy I y1ll Illy 1b1l1ty to stay out of trouble to Tom C1
1 XVII JIIH Meese I Wlll my curly llall to M1hC Tonelott1
r XVIIIf-John Monte I w1ll mv he1ght to Duane Solley
A1t XIX Don P'1tte1son I W1ll 111y natu1al blond halr to MQIX Var tlly
1 XX JoAnn Penlck I wlll my ab1l1ty IH sholthand to n1y cousm Saun
XXI Pita Rtymond I yy1ll 111y pos1t1o11 1s PIOIIILLOIIIIUL, Queen to some
1 XXII lllll Shott Iwlll Illy cu1ly han to M1 Johnson
1 XXIII MIILIII SOUIS I yy1lI IIIX ab1l1tV to sk1p Study H111 md not gmt
L 1u ht to anybody vyho thmlys they c 111 do It
1 'KXIV Duffy St 1fford Iw1ll my 1b1l1ty to go thxouffh stop s1s.,11s 111 M1
Be'1bc1s DTIXLIS Tfdlllllly., Cl1ss to myonc yyho thmks they
111 get may vy1t1
1 XXV Ron TIHOI I w1ll my ab1l1ty to watch clocks all day to all futuxc
tlotk yy atchers
A1 XXVI Lmyc TKIIIOII I yy1ll my POSIIIOU as he 1d majo1ette to any lucky
glul that has the Bblllty to handle It
1 XXVII Sally T1 achsel I yy1ll 111y se it IU band to my brother Kenny
1 XXVIII Tom War1os1k I w1ll my ab1l1ty to y1s1t people at one o clock
IH the mormng to anyone who has guts enough to do It
r XXIX Sandy Weay er I yy1ll 111y ab1l1ty to sm1le to Mr Lmdsay
Ar XXX Nancy Westhafer I v11ll my pos1t1on as ma,orette to any g1rl that
can remember the routmes at half t1me shows
r XXXI G'8OIL,C Yoder I Wlll my p'11k1r1g place to another Mercury
yyo1thy of the pos1t1on
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ROW 1 Delores Decker Peggy Lolclasurf, Judv Dupler ROW 9 Tom Colombo Harold
Dlnger Gerald Cox .hm Clark Row Deisecker John Campbell Garv Carruthers
RON 1 Dick Hanes Da 0 Belknap Larry Hiller Jerry Graber ROW 2 Kennv Hanex
Donald Hanlon Nwnm Hohmrt Charlotte Felster Bull Fox Row Branan JCITW DID Cl'
C4 mphments of Rutledge Hardware 127 South Broadwaw
New Philadelphia Ohno
ROW 1 Bull Kershbaumer Charles Hupp Donald Monte, Joe Monte ROW 2 Bull Houbel
Daniel Meek Sallv Kohler Judy Hui! Ruth Morrlsorn
ROW 1-Phillip Zack, George Sours, Howard Remlicker, Mike Tonelotti. ROW 2-Sidney
Raymond, Helen Beal, Duane Solley, Patricia Tumey, Mary Varally, Saundra Penick
Compliments of Weaver's Chevrolet, 228 West High, New Philadelphia
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
On September 6 1955 our fleet of solld gold Cadlllacs
wmded their way mto Mxdvale School The first
Cadillac carrled our advxsor Mr Beaber There were
59 of us to begm our career of four years of high
school We were glven the name Freshmen The
first thmg we dxd was to elect 0510915 They were
President Dave Belknap Vlce Presldent Roy Bran
nan Secretary Dianne Belknap Treasurer Judy
Dupler Class Representatlve Donald Monte We then
selected ou1 motto whxch was Hard Work Is the
Foundatlon to Succe s Our class flower white
carnatlon class colors blue and whxte The whole
class was very proud of the cheerleaders elected from
our class Mary Varally and Sandra Pen1ck Another
lucky gxrl was Carolyn Dxllon who was chosen to be
Freshman queen attendant The boys dldnt take a
back seat elther' They turned out xn large numbers
for all sports and proved to be very good' We held
a Freshman Junxor party whlch was one of the best
ever seen by M H S
ln the fall of 1956 we agam chmbed ln our fleet of
gold Cadxllacs with Mr Beaber back as our adusor
We elected OHICBFS for th1s wonderful year and they
were Presldent Gary Carrothers Vlce Presxdent-
Rxchard Mackey Secretary Judy Dupler Trea urer
Mary Varally Class Representatxve-Dave Belknap
We were very surprxsed when the roll was called to
find that our class had lost 6 students leaving 53 of
us to carry on as Sophomores
Cheerleaders were elected and we were proud of the
elected to be the Sophomore queen attendant at the
home comlng game The boys agaln were outstand
mg 1.n sports The usual Sophomore Sen1or party was
held and enJoyed immensely'
Students chosen to be on the Honor Soclety were
Dlane Belknap Judy Dupler Nancy Hobart and
Wxth a fleet of 57 Cadxllacs we entered our thlrd year
of hlgh chool on September 3 1957 Tlus year we
were gnen the name Jun1ors Thls year we had
much- to look forward to Such as thc Jumor Semor
Prom all selllng prlvlledes recelvmg our class rmgs
and many other excxtxng thlngs
Flrst of all we elected offlcers They are Presldent
Rxchard Mackey V1ce Presldent Tom Krocker
Secretary Lmda Carllsle Treasurer Dlane Belknap
Cla s Representattve Larry Relchman
The cheerleaders from our class are Lmda Carlxsle
Mary Varally Judy Dupler and Sandra Pemck The
boys are also domg very well 1n sports Queen at
tendant was Dlane Belknap
We have one more year of hlgh school and we re gomg
to make the best of xt' We dont see how any year
could be more wonderful than thxs one but we ll have
to walt and see
Lomplmunts of Harry Humphrles Ford 161 South Broadway
New Philadelphia Ohio
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
On Septemlmr 4 1956 oul red and whltt magle euptt landed lt Mxtlx ne Hxelx Stlxool
with N11 Mtller our gente guldlllg 6.2 of us mto our lust xear of lngh schoo VM tltttttl
dass otfuus as follows Presldent Wxrd Myers Vue Plc ldent Stevt Ruser Smut ux
Helen Kroeker TICTSUILI Larry Hodklnson Clas Representattxe Don MLCumu
Our motto We AIC the Future Our tlowu was the Red Camatmn
.mothe lueky one bemp. chosen Footb tll Homecoming, Queen attendant
Tlns basketball season bIO'Llgl1t the tnst Fmshrnan B 1 ketbwll te tm
On September 3 l9a7 our read md Whlle cnpet made 1 Ieappea ance at HHS
s Sophomozes w1th Mx Stevenson as our genle We are sorry to say that onl5 54 of
the ortgmal 60 were Wlth us
Our all s offlcers for the Sophomore year VSGIC B111 Skelly Presrdent John Exuett
Vtce Pxesldent Carol Goudv-Secletary Stexe Retsel Treasurer Dale Stansbuxy
Lla s Repxe entatlve
Loutse Clerxcl represented our class as football and basketball cheerleader
On the excltmg eve of October 18 Joyce Page Ielgned as the Sophomore attendant
at the HOmOCOmlHg Game
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Selectlon, Quality, Economy awalt your every buymg need ln Dover Ohlo
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ROW 1 Marjorie Stephens Hazel Tldnck Lmda Lenarz Sue StaHord Wanda Shafier
Helen Scott ROW 2 Karen Smith, Carol Wallace, Dale Weaver, Walter Smltleg, Jon
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From the mmute we lmded oux ITl"lglC cxrpets m Room 201 evuythmg vms exutmg
Fxrst of all we selected 041 clasxs offxcexs They ue Presldent V1YgLYll1 Dupler Vue
Presxdeht Barbsna Jone Secremrv VlfLflI113 Hlbbs Treasurer Dorts Brsmnwn Class
Y epresent xtmxe L1ll1'KYl Eherly
Vle qlso chose our Clwsq Motto Success Is Our Go xl the flower pmk carrvttmn md gold
After 'xll tht flxst wick rush vne fln ally settled down to husmexs
Next on our full schedule ue selected queen 'xttencl mt vshleh I din wuts cxuxonc thought
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FOOTBALL FOR 57
MIDVALE VS TUSCARAWAS VALLEY
The Mldvale Blue Devlls edged the Tusky Valley Tro
Jans 6 0 as Lonnle Fulp swept rxght end and raced 40
yards mto paydlrt for the score
MIDVALE VS BREWSTER
In thls contest the two teams played to a 0 0 txe Ln
the first half But Brewster had a lxttle more gas ln
the second half than the Blue Devlls and went on to
w1n by a score of 21 0
MIDVALE VS WEST LAFAYEITE
This was Mxdvales first conference game of the 57
season and It turned out to be a thrllllng game all
the way through up mto the last seconds of play
And the game ended at a 12 12 t1e
MIDVALE VS DENNISON
Golng mto l'.l11S game the Mrdvale Blue Devrls had a
record of one loss one txe and after the game was
over we had two losses and one t1e but xt was a hard
fought game all the way with Lonnxe Fulp and Tom.
Kracker accountmg for the 20 point.. of the Blue
Devils. And tn tlus game Lonrue Fulp was picked
player of the week Score 39 20
MIDVALE VS STRASBURM
Playmg our fourth game of the season and second
Conference game of the year we traveled to Stras
burg to play host to the Tlgers Home Commg wl'uch
tumed out very well for them and bad for us because
we lost by a score of 19 0 Dave Fexster was plcked
as player of the week
MIDVALE VS TUSKY
In this contest there is not much I want to say because
xt was our worst game of the season And after this
game we had a record of 0 4 1 The player of the
week was Tom Krocker Score 32 19
MIDVALE VS TUSKY VALLEY
After we lost to Tusky we declded that it was time
we put a few games on the wlnnmg side so lt came
on the nlght of Oct 18 our Home Coming game wlth
Tusky Valley Lonrue Fulp had a good night scormg
4 T D s and gammg 203 yards Also Larry Hlller had
plcked player of the week Score 32 13
MIDVALE VS MALVERN
After wmnlng our game wxth Tusky Valley the fol
lowmg Saturday we played host to Malvern on a
cold snowy day And m f.l'l1S game every player saw
actlon after the first quarter Lonnie Fulp had another
field day as dld Tom Krocker Bill Housel and Larry
Hlllir Larry Relchman was plcked as player of the
MIDVALE VS MARLBORO
After wmmng two straxght we took a long ride to
Marlboro to make lt three U1 a row but durmg the
early part of the game they were playmg l1ke they
wanted to wm thelr first game so lt went on at 0 0
until late ln the fourth quarter when Tom Krocker
cored on an end sweep And then Larry Hlller
scored to make lt a 13 0 ball game Player of the
week was honored by Larry Hiller
NIIDVALE VS UHRICHSVILLE
This being the last game of the season for both teams
and the first that xs m competxtxon between the two
schools on the gndxron But it was a very good game
ln the first half of play but after the second half
started things began to change Uhnchsvllle scored
and was leadmg 14 0 at the end of the third quarter
and went on to wm the game by a score of 20 6 But
we played with three 1nJured players off the starting
eleven Player of the week was honored by Gary
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DGNOI Don McCartnex John Exexett Larrx Hodkmson Dale Stan bun ROW 2
Dlck Haney George Sou Q Roy Branan Don Hanlon Daxe Femter Lonnie Fulp Gary
Carrothers Jlm Clark Kcrny Haney Larrx Relchmin Manager B111 Kerschblumer
POW 3-Coach Burt B aber Tom Krocker Rmhard Mackev Joe 'Vlonl Pede Meese
John A hbaugh Alden Ickes B111 Housel Bob Renlcker Dxck Housel A sxstant Coach
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ROW 1-John Everett Larry Rexchman Roy Branan Kenny Haney Dale Stansbury Don
Hanlon B111 Housel ROW 2 Jlm Clark ROW 3-Tom Krocker Gary Carrothers
ROW 1 B111 Housel Dlck Haney Larry Rexchman Jun Blehskl Dave Femter Jam Clark
ROW 2-Dale Stansbury Lonnie Fulp Gary Carrothers Tom Krocker Larry Hodkmson
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B111 Kaderly Pede Meese Alden Ickes George Phxlllps Eugene Hughe John Ashbaugh
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JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
M J H Newcomerstown
M H H Carrollton Freshmen
Touchdowns Newcomerstown Pede Meese and Leonard DeMatt1o
Carrollton Warren Leggett
Thls bemg the first year for Junior Hlgh eleven man football that Mr Rlley the
Coach and the boys all savx a rough tlme at the start of the eason but came along fine
as the season went on
The Junlor Hlgh team was made up of 7 8 9 grade boys ome of whlch had never
played football But with the help of Coach Riley they had eleven men on the Held
t the first game and as the score howed at the end of the game the Newcomerstown
Jumor Hlgh knew they were there
Coach Beaber lrkes thc xdea of Junror Hlgh Football very much because lt gives
him a chance to look the crop over before they become Varsxty Players And the Fresh
men that play also had '1 chance wxth the Varsxty on game night So .n the near fu
ture we w1sh to have a system which the boys w11l come to the varslty team ready for
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MIDVALE VS AUGUSTA
On the nxght of November 22 Mxdvale the county
champs met Augusta In thls contest there was no
hard work to be done everyone on the Varslty and
the Reserves played Leadxng scorers were Dave
Belknap wrth 13 Russ Hobart wlth 12 Ron Bremser
wlth 12 Score 91 34
MIDVALE VS. WEST LAFAYEITE
On November 29 Mxdvale went to West Lafayette for
their second game of the season A hard fought game
the score bemg 75 71 West Lafayette Russ Hobart
was hxgh wxth 25 Tom Krocker wxth 21
MIDVALE VS TUSKY
On December 3 Mxdvale met Tusky on our home floor
Although a good game the first quarter Mxdvale
went on to wm Score 80 47 Scoring honors were
held by Russ Hobart with 23 Tom Krocker wxth 14
and Gary Carrothers wxth 17
MIDVALE VS STRASBURG
On December 10 Strasburg was hot and went on to
wm by a score of 80 77 Leadmg scorers were Tom
Krocker wlth 22 and Dave Belknap with 20
MIDALE VS TUSKY VALLEY
On December 13 Mldvale took thexr second tmp out
of town to meet Tusky Valley This belng the first
league game for the Devxls Mxdvale came home on
the top end of a hard fought game Score 58 49
Hlgh pomt men were Tom Krocker with 18 Russ
Hobart with 14 B111 Housel 17
MIIJVALE VS GNADEN
On December 17 Mldvale traveled to Gnaden Mxd
vale wmnmg by a score of 63 53 Hxgh scorers were
Carrothers wlth 12
DIIDVALE VS STONECREEK
On December 20 Mrdvale played thelr second league
game Mldvale won by a score of 77 59 High for
the evenmg was Tom Krocker wlth 29
MIDVALE VS PORT
On December 27 Port came to Mldvale It was a run
away wlth everyone seeing action Score 105 68
Russ Hobart was hxgh wrth 35 Ron Brenxser wlth 26
MIIJVALE VS TUSKY
On January 3 Mldvale went to Tusky for a league
game It was a hard fought battle with Mldvale com
mg out on top 88 76
MIDVALE VS BEACH CITY
On January 7 Mxdvale met Beach Clty at Mldvale
Once agam xt wasnt much of a battle as Mldvale came
out on top 70 40 I-hgh scorer was Tom Krocker
wfxth 16 pomts
MIDVALE VS SCIO
On January 14 Mxdvale traveled to Scxo Mldvale
came home wxth another wxn 57 47 High was Tom
Krocker with 18 pomts
MIDVALE VS GNADEN
On January 17 Gnaden came to Mrdvale for one of
the roughest games of the season Mldvale won by
a score of 82 73 Hlgh for the evemng was Tom
Krocker wlth 21 Russ Hobart with 19
MIDVALE VS CON N0'l'1'0N VALLEY
On January 21, Mxdvale traveled to Connotton Valley
for a non league game and came home Suu unbeaten
rn mne games Score 71 60 Hxgh for the evemng
Russ Hobart, 23
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On January 24 M1 vae trave to s urg r a
league game agamst the T ers Mxdvale remained
nmbeaten ln league play and ooked well on their way
toward a league crown Score 52 44
MIDVALE VS GARAWAY
On January 28 Garaway came to the home of the Blg
Blue to try thelr chances at gwmg us our first league
defeat But they hke all the rest falled Score 54 46
MIDVALE VS PORT
On January 31 Mxdvale traveled to Port Washington
for the game that gave them the crown of the county
league Score 84 42 Russ Hobart was hlgh wxth 20
MIDVALE VS DENNISON
On February 4 Mldvale took a short tnp to Dennison
and added another wm to the hst Score 71 55
MIDVALE VS BALTIC
On February 7 Mxdvale played thelr last league
game and also the last game of the season Frnal
score 76 63 The season closed Wllh 16 wins and 2
defeats and an undefeated league champxonshzp
MIDVALE VS PORT
ty toumament game agamst Port Waslungton at Dover
Memorxal Hall The game was a run away wlth Mxd
vale wmmng 71 42 Hxgh pomt men were Russ
Hobart Dave Belknap and Vmce DeNo1 all havmg
scored 12 pomts
MIDVALE VS GARAWAY
On February 20 1958 Mrdvale met Garaway It was
a pretty tough game but Mxdvale came out on top
69 68 The hlgh scorer for the evenlng was Dave Belk
nap wxth 25 P01-!ltS
MIDVALE VS GNADEN
On February 22 1958 Mldvale met Gnaden for the
champlonshlp game After playmg a tough game
Mldvale won the champlon hxp txtle by a score of
67 60 Top scorer for the nxght was Ronme Bremser
with 21 points
On the nlght of February 22 the Blg Blue walked
away wlth most of the trophles The cheerleaders
recexved a trophy for the best cheerleaders Ln the
Pete rece1ved the Coach of the Year trophy
which he really deserved
Tom Krocker and Russ Hobart each received trophles
for bemg on the All County team
Each player also recelved a gold basketball for bemg
on the wmnmg team of the county toumament.
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These three fellows coached their respective teams to very fine records
during the 1957 58 season The combined total of the four teams up to this
date IS 62 wms 11 losses
Pete Hilliard piloted the Varsity and Reserve squads to very successful
seasons. The Varsity having a record of 18 wins and only 2 losses up to
this date. The Reserves closed their season with a record of 14 wins, 4 losses.
Burt Beaber coached his Freshman team to a very impressive record of
17 wins, 1 loss.
Bob Riley did a fine job in coaching his 7th-8th Grade team to a record
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John Everett Don Hanlon, B111 Housel Russ Hobart
ROW 1 Ronnie Kaderlv Jlm Blele k1 Dale Stansbury Vlnce DeNo1 Larry Hodklnson
ROW 2 Bob Remcker Ted Hykes, Dlck Housel, John Everett, Don Hanlon, Jun Clark,
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ty s most consxstent scorers In re P1V0t man IS 2 80061 defenslve man
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TOM KROCKER DAVE BELKNAP
Is the teams most consxstent scorer I the teams playmaker and our
ofthe most aggressxve ballplayers m figures all year A very good out
the entxre area A yuruor slde shooter A Junlor
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FRESHIVIAN TEAM 17 Wins, 1 Loss
ROW 1 Gary DeMatt1o Pede Meese Ralph Prlce John Ashbaugh Dave Sours ROW
2 Warren Leggett Alden Ickes Jack Hobart Leonard DeMatt1o, Jlm Hobart Larry
Parsons Ralph Labus
Blrbara Anderson Kay Hanlon Bonme Baldwln
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GRADE TEAM 13 Wlns and 4 Losses
ROW 1 Don Basqum Harvey Byers Jun Leggett Jlm Elchel Allan Swmderman Bxll
Kaderly Floyd Foster ROW 2-Vlc DeNo1 Walt Weaver Roger Swmderman Gary Fox
Jerry Phllhps Bobby Byers Jun T1dr1ck Benny Gxbson ROW 3-Rlchard Cross Bobby
Branan Randy Carpenter Jun Albaugh Eugene Hughes Mrke Page Tom Mackey
Jxm Anderson Ray T1drc1k
GRADE c ERS
Mary Edwards, Comme Parson, Donna Tollotx Pat I-Idler
Comphments of Leggotts Service Statlon, 895 E High Ave., New Phaladelphm and
Mlller Restaurant, Uhnchsvllle
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Outfielder Chuck Collettn
Pitcher LonmeWoIfe I an Dckl eu
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Chugk Collem Jerry Benedum Dlck Leggett Dave Demattxo Lonme Wolf Tom Krock
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BASEBALL FOR 1957
Mldvale vs Tusky
Mldvale opened thexr 1957 season by playing host
to Tusky The game only went four mmngs and
then was called off because 1t was too cold No
score was made m the four mnxngs but our center
fielder Charles Collettl had the only h1t for the
Mldvale vs Strasburg
On thls trlp Mldvale came home with a victory
well xn her favor with a score of 12 to 3 wlth Lon
n1e Wolfe domg the pltchmg and only allowed 6
hits and 3 runs Vlfhxle Mxdvale was collectmg 10
hxts Colelttx Wolfe Demattxo and Benedum all
acquxred 2 apiece
Mldvale vs Gnaden
April 22, 1957
The strong arm of Larry Clark of Gnaden was the
bxg trouble m thxs game because he sat 13 of our
men down swmglng and only allowed 7 hxts wxth
Wolfe and Fulp accountmg for four of the seven
So with pltchmg lxke t.h1s Mldvale had to take the
back seat of an 8 to 4 loss for the first tune of the
Midvale vs Port
Wlth our ace Lonme Wolfe doing the pxtchmg for
the Blue Devlls It was an easy vlctorv wxth the
score 16 to 1 and Lonme only allowed 3 hxts And
the stlck men for the day were Demattxo Krocker
and Fulp who had 2 hlts out of t.hree trlps to the
Mldvale vs Berlm
Thxs bemg the last game m the Sectxonal tourna
mept before gomg xnto the Dxstnct, Mldvale had
to play host to Berhn at Sugarcreek And beatmg
tlus team meant a tnp to Columbus for the Re
glonal tourney But as the story goes Midvale
played hard nght down untll the last out xn the
10ilh uimng But we came out on the short end of
the 11st with a 6 to 4 loss Fulp was the leadxng
hxtter for the day wxth 3 out of 4
Leadmg Hitters of the Team
Lonme Wo e
Charles Colletti ....................................
Dave Tollotx ug mnep Larry Glbbs 1440 yd dash, Loren Beans f'm1e'7 John Beans f""ler7
Dick Leggett fnurdlerj Lonme Wolfe Qhurdlerj
J hn Bald 1 ul ,
vgulterj Wm wo e va ter, John Colombo fpole Harry Dotts fwelghtsl, Jerry Benedum fwexghtsj
Chuck Colletti fdash mam
1957 TRACK SQUAD
ROW 1 Jerry Benedum Larry Glbbs Dave Tollotl John Baldwm John Columbo Dlck
Leggett Lonme Wolfe Chuck Collettx ROW 2-Lonme Fulp Tom W8D0glk Harry Dotts
Lorm Beans Russ Hobart Larry Hodkmson Tom Krocker B111 Housel John Beans
ROW 3-Coach Lorln Beaber Duane Zack Ward Meyers J1.m Clark Don Hanlon Larry
Hiller Dave Hanlon Hemy Monte ROW 4-Tom Columbo Roy Branan Vmce DeNo1
Dlck Housel Steve Rexser Jlm Bleleskl Don McCartney George Sours Glenn Byers
Compliments of Grimm's Store, Midvale and
Tastee Freez, Route 250, across from Airport
"One Year's Loot"
Duck Leggett recenvmg Mr Blue Devnl award
Chuck Collettl recelvmg Lions Club award to
the outstandmg football player
Cmnphments of Grills Jewelry Diamonds 8: Watches Uhrlchbulle and
Gxbbs Chevrolet Sale Inc Uhnchsvxlle
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Mr Blue Dev1.l and his coaches
These boys took home most of the loot
Compliments of R K Llndsay Funeral Home, Dennison and H J Uhnch 8a Son
Lhrichsvllle Johnson Cnty Servlce N Water St Uhnchsvzlle
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Mr Battjsta Rxchard Cross and
Nancy Westhafer Gaye Tollotl, Martha Sours Etta Reymond Lmda Carhsle ROW 2-
Charles Penrod, Mary Edwards Pat Hlller
John Campbell Sally Kohler, Tom Prlce
Compliments of House of Stones and First National Bank of Denmson
Paul s Coiee Shoppe m Hotel Buckeye Uhnchsvdle and Boltzs, Route 250 Uhnchsvllle
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ginia Hibbs, Carol Wallace, Janice Hibbs, 'Carol
Donna Eichel Wanda Shaffer Don Rowan Danny
Varally Charles Rusk, Barbara Jones
Brenda Fulp Doris Branan Phil Zack Louise
Clerxcx Vera Wilson
Sally Trachsel Carl Hykes Tim Miller Bob Bran
an Sandy Mazzle Irene Rowan Lois Hawkins
ROW 2 Virginia Dupler VIVIHH Clark Diane
Mazzy Nancy Haney Warren Leggett Steve
Hughes Eugene Hughes
Compliments of Romig Insurance Uhr1c'hsv1lle and Spring Electric 117 East Third St
Uhnchsville Hex-E Jones Indianapolis, Indiana
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Uhrlchsvllle and Baumberger s, Uhrlchsvllle
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Letter "M" Club
Nurse s Club
Compl1mentS of Twm Cnty Milk C0 Uhnchsvllle
Schreiner Motor Sales Phone 33 8z 32 Uhrlchsvllle and
Campbell 8: Snuth Uhrlchsvllle
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Gibson Insurance Agency, 153 East High Avenue, P. 0. Box 230, New Philadelphia and
Uhrich Transit, Uhrichsville
Mrs Hostetler, Mrs Hmes
Fred Rlker, Bxll Terazzx, Raymond Golder,
Fred Bornhorst, Vida Moreland
Jerrv Tylke Bobby Evans Randy Goddard
Norma Smltley, Angela Nlckols
LoulseE1chel Mrs Mnller Sally Trachsel
Comphments of Leggetts Restaurant 120 North Broadway New Pluladelphla
J J Newberry Co 123 West Hugh Avenue New Phlladelphm and
Motor Fremght Mldvale
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Haney, Delores Decker, Peg Coclasure, Mr
Compliments of W T Grant Co , New Philadelphia, Ladrach Paint Store, 163 H est Hugh
Avenue, New Philadelphia and Herman's Market, 'Vlldvale
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Comphments of Mackay Memonals, 1106 E Hxgh Ave New Phxladelphla and
Frownfelters 836 E Hugh Ave New Phlladelphm
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Gonna S1t Rlght Down and
Dinner With Dracula
Compliments of Ernest s Lommumtv Store, Bst HQ1 Avenue, Ext. New Pluladelphla
and House of Badwts, New Phxhuielphm
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"Wa1t1n In School
Compliments of Dmry Queen, E. l-hgh Ave New Philadelphia and
Norman s Clothing New Philadelphia
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"Time Out for Tears'
Compliments or Hanan s Tin Shop and
Qunlxty Shoe Bepmr 143 S Broadway New Plululelphn
' Sweet Slxteen'
Compliments of Wllhams Funuture Co 115 Front Ave S L New Phlladelphm and
Cappel Motors Inc 207 S Broadwav New Philadelphia
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ROW 1 Danny McCartney Bobby Ford John Hykes John Tollotx John Ault John
Boston Rxcky Swaldo Patrlck Morrx Wlllard Chaney Hal Johnson Eugene Pnngle
ROW 2 Barry Anslow John Aublhle Joseph DeMatt1o Junmy Slxgar Tom Booth Tm'
F B k Gnbble Kay Scott Vlckr Sours Debrah Denslow Mary H111
Tylke Karen ox ec y
ROW 3-Mrs Eleanor Zack Shlrley Carr Janet Hunter Debra Nelson Joyce Meek
Vxckx Russell Karen Dessecker Connxe Canfield Carol Leone Jackie Hunter re
Hawkms Dxana Seward Valene Johnson
ROW 1 Tomm Fox M1chaelMcCombs Jmny Myers Rxchard Ralnsberg Jerry Arm
trong Randy Scott Davld Stnker ROW 2 Kenny Meek Donald Meek Steven Le
H te J W er
masters Douglas Branan Randy Rafael Larry Anslow Jxmmy un r erry eav
Davld James Emest Shearer ROW 3-Nora Lewls Loxs Rexroad Janet Seldennght
Ehzabeth Montan Karen Stansbery Lmda Freetag Roseanne Musxck Brenda Shear
Mary Bartholow Mrs I-hte
Compllments of Tournabene Grocery New Philadelphia Umon Lumber Co Every
Bunldmg Need New Phxladelphm and Fleming Office Machmes Inc 213 W High Ave
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bmltll ROW 2 Terry Grxbble Larry Grxbble Steven Ohler Mxke Muslck Leonard
Tucker Teddy Mackey Eddy Rusk Carl Harlg Ronme Scandalarl Robert Grrmm Dannv
Meese ROW 3--Charlene Fox Beverly Douglass Karen DeMatt1o Lmda Downmg Lela
Jane Cook Barbara Glbson Vxckx Lemasters Mary Perkxns Joanne Smltley Alxce
Jones Lmda Hunter Melody Leggett J1llLvnn Nancy Kneppelt Mrs Mornson teacher
Kexthen Donald McConnell Tommy Lemasters Bxlly Cole Charles Barr LeRoy Eberly
Leonard McPherson Frank Hykes Andy Hawkms ROW 2-Juhe Campbell Sandra
Lemasters Charlotte Beal Prlscxlla Booth Sandra Seldenrlght Bonme Holley Lmda
Creager Carolyn Morgan Mary Densloy Sarah Montan Sherry Fox Carol Brlggs Gary
Musxck ROW 3-Melodv Rotbacher Janlce Lenarz Becky V1 lntamer Janrce Pr:
Judy Overholt Donna Chaney Donna Meeks Marxan Allen Betty Hunter Vxrgxma
Roach Ronald Golder R ld Alb
Ona ertme Mrs John on teacher
Comphments of Gundy Constructxon Route 250 Bnghtwood and
Cluck Bom Auto Sales, next to Axrport, New Phxladelphm
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H111 Larry Carr Rxckey Rafael Rrchard Downmg Gary Fox ROW 2 onstance Ellxott
qusan Lewxs Mary Grxbble Betty Boston Glorla Hunter Martha Coulter Penny H111
Sue Freetage Manlyn Ohler Carolyn Ohler Mrs E Sharp ROW 3--Danny Ford Davxd
McPherson LeRoy Cook M1chaelDematt1o James Stephens Lawrence Holley Thomas
Stllgenbauer John Edle Carol Rennlcker Donna Jones JoAnn Scandol rx
Donald Allan Robert Zelgler Btlly Parson Thomas Rexroad ROW 2 Lloyd Swmder
man Tom Meese Sam Waltz Raymond Nelson Doyle Stafford Harvey Byers James
Hodkmson Larry Colclasure John Soulsby Jxm Menapace Mlchael P ge ROW 3-
Sue Meese Cherly Lmdsay Karen Kowal Theda Renxcker Carollne James Ima Royer
Janice Gibbs VlCkl6 Golder Cheryl Hunter Lmda Jenkins Cora Cook ROW 4-Carol
Seward Lmda Barthlow Mary Bertolme Mxss Smxth Marlene Haley Dxanne Freetage
Complnments of Senhauser Clothmg 110 S Broadway New Plnladelphn
Rowan Hardware Mldvale and Golders General Store, Barnlull
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Tollotl Marvm Zurcher Dennis Holmes Thomas HBWKIDS Carl Stansberry ROW 2
Mrs Edna Johnson Carol Seldenrlght Rhonda Stansbury Sharon Russell Lmda Lmdow
Nancy Hxller Lucy Bonner Cheryl Elhott Patrlcla Sours Vera Albertlne ROW 3
Allan Hunter Gary Rees Theodore Roach Danny Kohler Nell Zack, 'IXv1la Long Nancy
L1nd.ay Margaret Jenkins Karen Quxllen Maryorxe Shaffer
ROW 1 Dale Ickes Davld Purln Ben Glbson Thomas Ramsberg John Stephens John
Monton Danford Hunter Samuel Z0ntll'll ROW 2-Marilyn Strlker Hilda Eberly W11
ham Booth Davxd Gartrell Albert Rxtenour Everett Evans Larry Briggs Dale Zelgler
Eaxelzlsz Smltley Mlldred Shearer ROW 3-Susan Meek Jamce Bolon Lynne Basquxn
o Roseberry Della Myers Lmda Weaver Mnldred Goudy Elaxne McPherson Sandra
DeNo1 Wllma Heavlm teacher
Complnnents of Roswell Market, Roswell New Philulelphu Provision, N Pluladelphm
and Fnrmer's Feed Store Sth St., New Pluhdelphm, O., Phone 3812
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Tylke Tom 'Bonner Henry Tucker Chad Johnson ROW 2-Sharx Russell Penny
Baldwm Charlene Muslck Sandy Ault Sarah Vlsmtamer Gall Cook Ehzabeth Hunter
Lxnda Seward Irma Prall Mary Downmg Mary Meek Mr Carpenter ROW 3-
Charles Ruk Calvxn Evans Randy Goddard Ernest Roach Cllfford Ellxot Norma
Smlthley Beulah Fulp Marcxa Brgler Carol Russell Angela Nlchols Rose Ann Pierce
ROW 1-Charles Penrod, Jxm Anderson, Raymond Baldwm, Larry Coulter, Roy Quxllen,
Harold Downmg, Arthur Atkms, Roscoe Glbson, Carolyn Downmg ROW 2 Lmda Ebert,
Sharon Demattxo, Carol Hupp, Connxe Parsons, Helen Zelgler, Bonme Wxgfield, Carol
Coulter, Margaret James, Mr Thomas ROW 3-Jess Jenklns, Dale Gross, Gerald Gwinn,
Jay Carpenter, Donald Ickes, Robert Long, Jeffery Creager, Jerry Hupp, Nxck Collettx
Comphments of Montes Grocery, Roswell., Ohio, Magnaccas, Roswell, Ohm and
Hanna Laundenng and Dry Cleanmg, New Plnladelplua
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ackey RlCk Hoover Vlctor DcNo1 Jlm Elchel Raymond Tldrlck ROW 2 Frances
Fantme Sandra Mazzxe Irene Rowan Penny McConnell Elnne Prxce Karen Hawkms
Ansfelene Brown Nancy Exerett Carol Haney Geraldlne Muslck Vlxlan Clark Donnx
Tollotl ROW 3 Lee M1l'er B111 Stansbery Carl Jenkxns Larry Ohler Cecxl Prull
George Ph1ll1p Bob Byers Llo cl R k
wm erman Steve Thlebaucl Chuck Byers Dave Marshall
Mr Rlley eacher
1-Jxm T1dr1ck Bobb Glbson Tom Stull Randall Carpenter Roger Swlnderman
Gigli? Weaver Bob Branan yROW 2 Mary Edwards Lmda Dennmg Nancy Mcwllllafri
Shlrley LeMagters Dorothy Trachsel Joy Bxeleskz Esther Hang Bertha McCon.ned
Mr Johnson ROW 3-Carr1e Roup Sylvxa James Georgia FU1P Sue Pierce Lm 3
Stephens Kay Kohler Pat Hlller Claudla Shaffer ROW 4-Davxd Reymond Joh:
Gartrell Steve Hughes Robert Smltley Gary Fox Eugene Hughes Jimmy A153118
Mlke Page Jerry Phxlhps RJc.h,ard DeMatt1o Rxchard Cross
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Jacob Mann Garry Lute Larry Stull Bessie Barr Millard Anderson ROW 2 Ronny
Bair Cathy Carlisle Alice Mann Thomas Adams Sharon Meh k H l M hn
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Stull Robert Carli le ROW 3 Mrs Larkin Sandra Carlisle Rita Shumaker Patty
lndsay Logan Carr Lynde1lStarcher Phillip Johneon Susan Gross June Swaldo Ruth
ROW 1-Danny Hobart, Eugene Lindsay, Fred Labus, John Huff, Robert Anderson
Ronnie Ebert, Bill Hibb. ROW 2 ' '
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ann, Carol Moore. Mr, Bowers. ROW 4MTom Johnson Terry Leggett David L t
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Compliments of Masons Foodliner 4418 Union A Do
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Cleaning, New Philadelphia, Watch Shop CDiarnonds-Watchesj, 124 N. Broadway, New
Rlture Sputmk Mathematlclan
Compliments of Bakers Jeweler "The House of Finer Diamonds New Philadelphia
Cherry Pharmacy 173 N Broadway New Plulgdglligig Boston Clothing Inc Clothing
lor men 8: boys New Phxladelplua.
ROW 1 Kenny Page Norma Yosick Dianne Remcker Judy Decker Jacque Hunter
Karen Beans Sandra Dusenberry Bonnie Turney Deonna Collins Marlene Page Keith
Page ROW 2 Karen Neibert Bea Patterson Deberah Day Geraldine Debevec Starla
Ford Linda Spriggs ROW 3 Mrs Goldsworthy Mike V1sn1ck Dale Yosick Dennis
Smith Mark Page John Anslow Danny Baum Teddy Keesey Gene Sprlgvs John Boston
Sonny Holcomb Gary Belba
ROW 1-David Yosick Terry Decker, Richard Monte, William Belba Joseph Rennicker.
ROW 2-Vicky Solley, Roberta Baum Phyllis Byers Mary Dusenberry Gloris Hunter
Bett Boston K r F ' t J '
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Jean Fox, Joan Belknap, Linda Morrison, Ruth Smith, Barbara Penrod, Patricia Baum,
Sherry Myers, Jane Bonisolli, Mallory Holmes, Darlene Collins. ROW 4-Kenneth Down-
ing, John Spriggs, Robert Morrison, Roy Spriggs, Terry Myers, James Takas, Darrell
Collins, George Jones, William Tinor, Larry Hawkins, Lucy Collins, teacher.
Compliments of Nehi Bottling Co., New Philadelphia: The Borden Co., 136 Front Ave.
S.E., New Philadelphia, McCartmeys Barber Shop, 147 E. Hkh Ave., New Philadelphia.
ROW 1 Danny Fantine Roger Dupler Louie Fantme John Debevlc Ronnie Takas Fred
Eiehel Raymond Belknap David An low ROW 2 Eugene Belba Joyce Baum Sheryl
Morrison Gloria Vismck Evelyn Neibert Mary Tumey Barbara Holcomb Marla Ren
icker Maxine Morrison Glenn Gnagy ROW 3-Joan Fox Hazel Rermicker Izena Mor
rison Karen Holcomb Judy Brown JoAnn Goudy Toni Kaltenbaugh Carolyn Ren
mcker Linda Bremser Robert Holmes ROW 4-Robert Rickenbacker Clarence Penick
William Hawkins Kent Myers Rickey Campbell David Fox Tommy Daniels Gene
Morrison Basil Bonisolli Mrs Martha McBride
ROW 1-George Cervini, Joe Cusano Joe Anslow David Decker Robert Gnag . ROW
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Rickenbacker She l C M l
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Hawkins, Betty Rennicker, Pat Tinor, Linda Howard, Charlett Liedtke, Sandra Page, Kay
Ann Wanosik, Sharon Page. ROW 4-Burt Rennicker, Neal Beans, Kay Hubbell, Bill
Anslow, Rickey Belknap, Roy Tumey, Pete Fantine, Miss Eva Triplett.
Compliments of Everetts Bakery, 148 W. High Ave, New Philadelphi 3 Abenhs Bak
New Philadelphia and Browns Westem Auto, New Philadelphia. a ery
Brams nn Actlon
Comphments of Twm Cnty Greenhouse Inc Route 250 8, Uhnchsvllle Stackhouse Olds
Uhnchsvllle and Twm Cnty Cleaners Uhnchsvllle
Here It 15 1983 and I am attendmg the 25th re
umon of the class of 19:38 xn New York Cxty
As I looked around I heard Don Beans telllng some
others about h1s Job as Presldent of the Hot Rods
Assoclatlon I declded to get mto the conservation
to find out what a few of my other former class
mates were domg
As we were talkmg Louxse Exchel qMrs Wxllard
Des eckerj comphmented me on my halr style
and I told her I had lt done at the Mldvale
Beauty Shop She was really amazed when I
told her xt was operated by three of our old class
mates Joyce DeMatt1o Patsy Mazzy and Nancy
When I went to get some of the dehclous food ent
from Norma Fantm and Sally Trachels restaurant
I bumped 1nto Betty Lenarz she tcld me she was
Atfer the reunlon Betty mvlted me to spend the
mght wlth her She had a large estate ln New
York whlch was very beautlful Betty agreed to
take me downtown and show me around the next
day As we were walkmg past the hospltal she
told me that JoAnn Penlck was head nurse there
We went mto a druastore to get a sundae and
guess who Walted on us None other than Sandra
Weaver Whxle we were eating our sundaes Gaye
Tollotl walked xn and Jomed us She told us she
was co owner of a dental 05106 and that buslness
was very good.
As we were wmdow hoppmg we met Etta Rey
mond fMrs Jerry Kohlj and she lnvxted us to
spent the evenmg wlth her at the Latxn Quarters
whlch was owned by Dave Porky Felster So
we went to the Latxn Quarters that evemng The
dmner was delicious and the muslc was Just out
of tlus world We were curlous to know who the
bandleader was and Etta said xt was non other
than the famous George Yoder He also had Jun
Scott featured as the star smger Jun had toured
all over the country with the band and has made
qulte a name for hnnself
Mmda Edle came m and we lnvnted her to Jom
us She told us that her law firm ln Clucago was
domg very well and that Edna Gartrell was her
bookkeeper She was sorry she couldnt attend
the reumon She wanted to know how some of
the others were domg now that they were out of
school I told her that Lonnle Fulp was head
coach at Mxdvale Umversxty and Russ Hobart was
playing pro basketball with the N Y Knxcker
After we left the Latm Quarters we declded to pay
huge dalry farm III upper N Y State
The next day I declded to retum home and while
I was drlvmg along my par stopped and It was
Just my luck that It happened close to the Monte
and Gxbson Garage They had the car fixed ln no
time at all Rxght next to the garage was a used
car lot owned by Duffy Stafford and Ronme T1
I declded before I returned home I would hke to
have a souvemr to take wxth me I went to thls
huge souvenlr shop and guess who was operatmg
lt' Don Patterson Jun Meese and Tom Wanosxk
They had a lot of unusual and humorous artxcles
Finally I was home I was so tlred after the long
rxde so our good nelghbors Mr and Mrs Larry
Hobart mvxted Lonnle and I over for dmner
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