Mount Vernon High School - Surveyor Yearbook (Alexandria, VA)

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FGRUM 1950 PUBLISHED BY THE FORUM STAFF EdHor-SondrcPHkm Co-Edifor - Donna Mintier Business Manager - Dclvido Adviser - Sora M. Cannon Kohrl 2 K ,419 gk! W f. qw ,QT sem. U. TABLE OE CONTENTS Q CLASSES L4 ADMINISTRATION an FACULTY Q! W J xi."...., P S-.I VII GRGANIZATIONS X MUSIC mx WWW ACTIVITIES ji Mary Biggs Herron DEDICATION Her special interest for people who want to go into the business world cmd her untiring efforts in behalf of the Senior Class have made her one of the most popular teachers in the thigh school. We are proud to dedicate this book to Mary Biggs Herron Mrs. Herron's Office Practice Class which is the Terminal Course for Stenographic Maiors 4- Fiig h 1 , Entrance To Mount Vernon High 1.1 1 1 1 1 'f H 4 rw . ,, ...N .. , jim-,f.-..f,:.1.-.4. ...fr 4 3 fiflvg I .-N134 . .J.1.!. ,T fif ' Y . 3,3 -Q XG , .-as-'fiix xp! Tens .3 5 ff? W ' A .ff . -fix TIL -, - . . - - L' -N - ,iff V!.'f-r-F 9 n n f '- if E- ,,,, . 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' ' f 1. ,g A ..,. , ADMIN ISTRATIGN F A C U L T Y LAR SUPERINTENDENT John Dovid Geiger Mount Vernon, Ohio BluFfton College, A.B. Ohio Stale University, M.A. 1 Page Eleven PRINCIPAL Page Twelve Kenneth West Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University B.A., B.E.E., B.S. Ed., M.S. ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Harold Highmon Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University B.S. Ed., M.E. i i Page Thirteen FLORENCE CASS Mt. Vernon, Ohio University of Minnesota Denison University, Ph. B. Columbia University History SARA CANNON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bethany, B. A. New York University English, Journalism, Director of Publications ELEANOR OWENS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Denison University, A. B. English 10 ROGER L. WALTON Gambier, Ohio Kenyon College, B. S. Kent State University, B. S. in Ed. Chemistry, Physics Page Fourteen MARGUERITE MANN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Univer- sity, B. A. Ohio State University Ohio University English 9 A. J. ROBESON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University Biology General Science GLADYS H. BAKER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, B. A. Ohio State University, M. A. Geometry, Trigo- nometry, Advanced Algebra ALICE C. CASSELL Mt. Vernon, Ohio University of Michigan, B. A. Latin 9 and I0 English 7 H. L. HIGHMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B. S. in Ed., M. A. Dean of Boys Business 10 Retail Sales HELEN C. SEVITTS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Wooster, Ph. B. Columbia University, M. A. Western Reserve Uni- versity, B. S. in Library Science Librarian FLOYD THOMAS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Utah State College, B. S. Director of Athletics Physical Ed. Reserve Football Junior High Basket- ' ball VIVIAN DOWDS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan, B. A. University of Pennsyl- vania U. S. History E , ,, , 'PUR , W mm.-5::'f Q 'f Vx. N,W,, -,,1 . au.. 4 GUY VAN NOSTRAND Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B. S. World History KATHERINE PEARL ASKINS Sparta, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Ohio University, Ohio State B. S. in Ed. Mathematics 7 CLARENCE R. FRIDLINE Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University B. S. Vocational Agriculture LYLE W. BARNES Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B. S Industrial Arts Page Sixteen FERN E. LEWIS Fredericktown, Ohio Asbury College, A. B. Ohio State University, Art REX M. MURPHY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Kent State University, B. S. in Ed. Duke University Western Reserve Univer- sity American History Athletic Faculty Manager MARY KALER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State and Denison University, B. S. in Ed. English 7 RUTH McELHINNEY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Marshall College, A. B. Vocational Home Economics LORAINE EDWARDS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Oberlin College, A. B. New York University, M. A. Ohio State University Christiansen Choral School Findlay College Vocal Music PEARL CARPENTER Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University Kent College Ashland College Mathematics IMOGENE MONTGOMERY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Denison University, B. A. McGill University University of Toledo, M. A. French and Spanish Blll. M. ROOT Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B. S. in Education Instrumental Music ml' ' LOUISE M. ACKERMAN Fredericktown, Ohio Wooster, B. S. Cook County Hospital School of Nursing Chicago, lll. Home Nursing Senior Health ROBERT C. FULLER Mount Vernon, Ohio Miami University King College, Tennessee Ohio State University B. S. in Ed. Civics, Geography, Head Baseball Coach Asst. Football and Basketball Coach DON SWEGAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Baldwin-Wallace Harvard, Wooster B. A. Western Reserve General Science Head Basketball Coach Asst. Football and Baseball Coach RUTH DOMIGAN TRUXALL Sunbury, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, B. A. School of Speech, North- western University Speech and Dramatics English Page Eighteen ELMER M. CRABBS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Georgetown College, A. B. Miami University A Ohio State University M. A. General Mathematics, Track Coach Asst. Football and Basketball Coach AUDREY WRIGHT Mt. Vernon, Ohio Muskingum, College, Ohio State University, B. S. in Ed., M. A, Sociology Dean of Girls CLARICE NEFF Pemberville, Ohio Muskingum, B. A. Ohio State University Girls' Physical Ed. MARTHA V. COCHRAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Asbury College, B. A, University of Kentucky Ashland College Assistant Librarian Personal Typing Typing 1 MARY B. HERRON Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Ohio State University B. S. in Ed. Capital University Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice GEORGE LOOMIS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B. F. A. and B. S. in Ed Art LAMOIL L. OWEN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Ohio University, B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University, M. A. in Ed. American Problems Visual Education ELDA BEHNKE Ashville, Ohio Miami University Ohio University, B. S. in Ed Ohio State University Ashland College Eighth and Ninth grade English GLADYS SCOTTIE Mt. Vernon, Ohio Kent State University Geography 7 BERYL HIGHMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B. S, in Ed. Business Organization Elements of Record Keeping Bookkeeping 1, 2 General Sales Retail Sales Clerical Practice SUZANNE S. FRIEDLY Centerburg, Ohio Bowling Green Uni- versity, B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University, M. A. Senior Mathematics, Algebra 9, Mathematics 7 English 7 LETHA F. FERGUSON Howard, Ohio Secretary to Principal Page Twenty LAWRENCE E. YARMAN Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ashland College, B. S. in Ed. Ohio State University, M. S. Eighth Grade Geog- raphy DWIGHT L. BUMPUS Mt. Vernon, Ohio Springfield Teachers' College B. S. in Ed. Head Football Coach Economics, Business 9 Commercial Law LAURA E. KOONS Mt, Vernon, Ohio Western College for Women B. A. Columbia University, M. A. Ohio State University English 12 LORETTA GLIBERT Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon High School Production Clerk NORA REID McKAY Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ohio University History B MARIAN MACPHEE Mt. Vernon, Ohio Grove City College Literature B. Special Class A. D. ASKINS Sparta, Ohio Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University, B. S. in Ed., M. A. Commercial Geography MARY BECK Mt. Vernon, Ohio Secretary to Superintendent RECOGNITION FOR SERVICE i The Mount Vernon Lions' Club paid tribute to Miss Laura Koons and Miss Nora McKay for giving the most years of service of any Mount Vernon High School teachers. Mr. Lawrence Lewis is shown above presenting the awards. Page Twenty-two X RM CLASSES AS WE WERE C91'?fzft7l1J6Af SE IORS Presidenf .... .... T om Metcalf Vice-president - -- .... Lois Owen Secretary .... - - - Peggy Bergin Treasurer - - - - - -Jim Gray Page Twenty-five ROSEMARIE ALLEN Jr, Choir I, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Intra- mural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball team I, 2, Stu- dent Council 4. SUE ELAINE BARNCORD Sr, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Girl-at-large Y- Teens 4, Jr. Play 3, Intra- mural Basketball 3, 4, Scho- larship Team 4, Senior Play 4. LOIS LOVERE BENTON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Art Festival I, Art Follies 2, General Sc. Club I, Booster Club I, 2, Scholar- ship Team 2, 3, 4th Place Sr. Scholarship Team, "Divine Flora" 3, "Years Ago" 4, ln- tramural Bowling I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, Forum Staff 4, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. ROBERT BRILLHART Intramural Treas. 3, 4, Pub- lications 4, Thuse Mgr. 4, Scholarship Team 2, "Gold Diggers" 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Ch. Comm. Name Card and Announcement Comm., Stage Crew, Sr. Play. Page Twenty-six CHARLES D. APPLETON Reserve Basketball 2, Var- sity Basketball 3, Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4. VIRGINIA BEBOUT Jr. Orchestra 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. MARGARET ANN BERGIN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Harmon- etles I, G.A.A. 2, 3, Basket- ball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, Fi- nance Comm. of Jr. Class, Ticket Comm. of Jr. Class, Vice-Pres. of Jr, Choir, Sr. Girls' Glee Club I, Vice- Pres. of Sr. Class, Student Council I, Service Comm. of Y-Teens I, 2, Capt. of Vol- leyball "Bobby Soxers" 2. CAROLYN MAE BRANDT General Science Club I, Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Y- Teens 2, Pres. Y-Teens 4, Pres. Jr. Choir 2, Vice-Pres. Jr. Class 3, G.A.A. I, 2, Sec. Treas. of G.A.A. 2, Student Council 2, 3, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Librarian of Sr. Choir 3, Chmn. of Decorating Comm. for Jr.-Sr. Prom 3, "Modern Melodies" 3, Sec. of Sr. Choir 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Feature Ed. of J.J. 4, "Gay Fiesta" 4, Sr. Will Comm, 4, "Mikado" 4. SELDON BAIR Reserve Football I, 2, Var- sity Football 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, "Forum Fan- tasy" 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4. DOROTHY FRANCES BELT Art I, 2, 3, Oils Club I, 2, 3, Art Follies 2, Jr. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 3, "Modern American Music" 3, Jr. Play Property Comm. 3, J.J. Staff 4, Sr. Chapel Comm. 4, Scholar- ship Teams 2, 3, 4, Decora- tion Comm. "Forum Fantasy" 4. DAVID C. BLACK F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. of F.F.A. 3, 4, Reminder F.F.A. I, 2, F.F.A. Dairy Judging Team 3, F.F.A. Parliamentary Procedure Team I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4. WILLIS L. BUTLER Hi-Y 3, 4. DORIS ANNE BANNER Library Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. Library Staff 3, Art I, 2, 3, 4, Oils Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. Oils Club 2, Intramur- al Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, ln- tramural Volleyball I, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, "Gold Diggers" 3, Queen's Attendant 4, Intra- mural Baseball I. ROBERT BENNETT "The Piper" 3, "Ghost Story" 4, "Divine Flora" 3, Stage Manager, "Forum Fantasy" 4. BETTY LOUISE BOND Y-Teens. CRETA MARILYN CARTER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, "Modern American Music" 3, "Gay Fi- esta" 4, "Mikado" 4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Jr. Choir 2. Page Tweniy-seven FOREST WAYNE CLUTTER Mgr. Varsity Football 4, F.F.A. Basketball 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Volleyball 4, F.F.A. Parliamentary P r o c e d u r e Team 4, F.F.A. Reminder 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Mgr. Base- ball. BURTON CONNELL Electrician Sr. Play. LOIS JEANNINE DEW Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Social Comm. Y-Teens 2, 3, "Gold Diggers" 3, Jr. Play Comm. 3, Booster Club 2. DONNA JEAN ETTE DRAPER Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, String Ensemble 2, Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, library Staff I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Jr, Class Play 3, Intramural Bas- ketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club I, 2, Sr. Class Will Comm. 4, Vocalist for Dance Band 3, 4, Music Festival at Ohio Wesleyan 3, Contest at Denison Iviolin solol 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Accompanist for Vocal En- semble 3, 4, Forum Fantasy 4. MAXINE COCHRAN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G,A.A. 2, 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Band 4, Student Council I, 2, "The Piper" 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, "Gold Diggers" 3, Science Club I, Swing Band 3, 4. JANICE LUCILLE COTTON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Head Maiorette 4, Class Treas. 3, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Se- nior Play 4, Forum Queen's Court 3, 4, Forum Show Pro- gram Comm. 4, Social Chmn. G.A.A. 4, Sr, Prom Chmn. 4, Referee Class 4, J.J. Girls' Sports Ed. 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Dance Band Treas. 4, Refreshment Comm. Chmn. Jr.-Sr. Concert Band Librar- ian 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, MARY JEANNETTE DOTSON Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Jr. Choir I, 2, Ensemble Ac- companist 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, "Gold Diggers" 3, "Di- vine Flora", J,J. Staff, Music Ed. 4, F.T.A. 4, Forum Show 4. JANET DURBIN Sr. Band 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, G.A.A. I, Art 2, Forum Show 3. Page Twenty-eight JACK COE ROBBY MAE CURRY Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Chmn. Welfare Comm. 3, Attendant to Forum Queen 3, 4, Cheer- leader I, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club I, 2, Social Comm. for Jr. Class 3, Attendant to Football Queen 4, F.T.A. 3, Forum Show 2, Chmn. Coro- nation Comm. 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, Intramural Volleyball 4, Head monitor I, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. JAMES DOUGHERTY, Football 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Key Club 4. WILLIAM EMLICH Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, "Years Ago", Art Follies. CARROLL G. CONGER Football 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Drum Maior 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "Modern American Melo- dies" 3, "Gold Diggers" 3, Oils Club 4, Art Follies 4, Student Council 2, Choir Officer 2, 3, Booster Club I, 2, Decorating Comm. Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3. ANNABELLE LOUISE DAVIS Y-Teens 3, 4, Y-Teen Social Comm. 4. ELIZABETH JEAN DOUP Glee Club I, Jr. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Cafeteria Cashier 3, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Modern American Music" 3, "Mika- do" 4. GENE EVANS Hi-Y 3, Key Club 3, "Gold Diggers" 3, Reserve Football I, 2, Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Track 'l, 2, 3, 4, Pres, of Key Note 3, 4. S ,X ' -X - Y . .. wi l S .Q , 4 Q X X wx x .N CLARA MAE oosserr MARLENE ELLEN GRIFFIN ROBERT EDWARD EVANS Intramural Basketball 2, Student Council 2, Scholar- ship Team for World His- tory 2, Science Club l, Sci- ence Club Play l, Proiection Club 2, 3. STANLEY PHILLIP FAWCETT J.J, Staff 4, Hi-Y Member 4, Jr. Choir 2, Jr. Play 3, Latin Skit l, Booster Club l, F.T.A. 4, Senior Play. DONALD G. FRY Football 2, 3, Projection Club 3, Track l, 2, 3, Volley- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 4, Booster Club 2, 3. Y-Teens 2, 3, Y-Teens Social Comm, 2, 3, Sr. Choir l, 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, "Operetta HighIights" 2, "Mikado" 4, "Gay Fiesta" 4, Spanish Scholarship Team 3, District Vocal Contest 4, "Modern American Music" 3, Sr. En- semble 4, Chmn. Sr. Choir Formal Refreshment Comm. Page Thirty JOHN REED EWART F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Sec. 3, F.F.A. Pres., 4, F.F.A. Par- liamentary Procedure Team 2, 4, F.F.A. Dairy Judging Team 3, Sr. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band Pres. 4, Boys' Glee Club l, Forum Show 3. WILLIAM O. FERGUSON Buckeye Boys' State 3, Pho- tographer 4, Jr. Play 3, Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, Science Club Pres. l, Key Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4. RICHARD LYNN GANTZ KEITH FOSTER EWERS Sr. Band 4 years, Intramural Basketball 2 years, Sr. Or- chestra 2 years, Juke Box Club 2 years. RONALD FOGLE MARGRETTA GAUMER Reporter of F.F.A., Treas. of Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Volleyball F.F.A., Sr. Band 2, 3, 4, l, 2, Basketball 2, Oils Club Choir 2, 3, 4, "The Piper", 2. Choir Concert 3, 4, Band Concert 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, "Forum Fantasy" 4, "Gold Diggers" 3. JAMES ARTHUR GOUDY JAMES F. GRAY Sr. Hi-Y 4, Intramural Vol- Sr. Class Treas. 4, Book- leyball 2, 3, 4, Intramural keeping Scholarship Team Basketball l,2, 3, 4, Football 3, Jr. High and Reserve 4. Football l. MARTHA JANE FAWCETT F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Volleyball l, 2, 3, In- tramural Baskelbczll l, 2, J.J. Staff 4, Coronation Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Comm. 3, So- cial Comm. Y-Teens I, 2, Photography Club, Booster Club l, 2, Latin Scholarship Team l, 2, Decoration Comm. "Gold Diggers" 3. ROBERTA JEANNE FRY Scholarship teams l, 2, 3, 4, State Ratings English l, 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, Courtesy Chmn. 2, Vice-pres. of Student Council 3, Pub- Iicity Chmn. 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Service Chmn. 2, Sr, Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta Highlights 2, "Modern Melo- dies" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 4, Girls' Ensemble 3, "Divine Flora" 3, Intramural Volley- ball l, Intramural Basketball l, 2, "Gold Diggers" 3, Ed. "Crest" Handbook 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, J.J. Staff 3, Ed. J.J. 4, Sr. Test, 9th in County 4, Poem in Anthology 4, F.T.A. 4, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. WALTER UNDERWOOD GEORGE Bus. Mgr. J.J. 4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, "Divine FIora" 3, "Years Ago" 4, Chmn. Sr. Class Will 4, Quill And Scroll 4, Library Stafl l, ln- tramural Basketball 2, 4, Scholarship Team 3, 4, Forum Show 3, General Sci- ence Club l. Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Forum Staff 4, Sr, Choir 3, 4, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volley- ball l, 2, 3, Intramural Base- ball 2, Social Camm. Y-Teens 3, 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Comm. 3, Booster Club I, 2, Co-Chmn. Sr. Choir Formal Comm. 4, "Modern American Music" 3, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "Mikado" 4, "Gay Fiesta" 4, Jr. Choir 2, "Gold Dig- gers" 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Student Council l, 2, Art l, 2, Monitor l, 2, Chmn. of Ushers for "Forum Fantasy" 4. Page Thirty-one DOROTHY MARIE HALE Y-Teens5 Basketball 25 Vol leyball 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 G.A.A. I. BERNIDA HENTHORN Gambier: Sub-Deb I, 25 Sec. 25 Pres. I5 Y-Teens I. Mt. Vernon: G.A.A. 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 "Mikado" 45 Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 In- tramural Volleyball 45 Jr. Choir 25 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45 "Operetta Highlights" 25 "Modern Melodies" 35 "Gay Fiesta" 4. DAVID CROWELL IMEL Student Council I5 Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Sports Ed. 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Bas- ketball Reserves I, 25 Bas- ketball Varsity 3, 45 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Stage Mgr. 3, 45 Intramural Official I, 2, 3, 45 Forum Staff 45 Reserve Foot- ball I5 Forum Show 3, 45 General Science Club I. DELBERT J. KOCH Intramural Basketball 2, 45 Sr. Choir 45 Jr. Class Play Comm. 35 "Divine Flora" 35 "Gay Fiesta" 45 Key Club 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Treas. Key Club 45 Sr. Prom Comm. 45 "Forum Fantasy" 45 Forum Stott 45 "Mikado" "Come Rain or Shine" 4. Page Thirty-two br' DIXIE LEE HALL Sr, Band I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Jr. Play 35 Property Comm. The "Piper" 35 G.A.A. 3, 45 Intramural Basketball 3, 45 Forum Show 35 Glee Club I5 F.H.A. I, 2. HELEN HOLLIFIELD Y-Teens 3, 45 Treas. Y-Teens C.A.A. 3, 45 Student Council 3, 45 Queen's Court 45 Intra- mural Volleyball 3, 45 In- tramural Basketball 3, 45 Softball Team 3, 45 Refer- ee Class 3, 4, PHYLLIS JACOBS Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Library Staff 2, 35 G.A.A. I5 Finance Comm., Y-Teens I, 35 Girl- at-Large, Y-Teens 25 Ring Comm. 35 Play Comm. 45 In- tramural Basketball I, 2, 35 Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 Property Comm. "Divine Flora5" Boosters' Club I, 25 Decorating Comm, Jr.-Sr. Prom 35 Glee Club I. MARY KATHERYN LEE Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 G.A.A. 45 Exchange Ed. of J.J. 45 Basketball 3, 45 Volleyball 3, 45 Bowling I, 2, 35 "Divine Flora" 35 Scholar- ship Team 25 Ticket Chmn of "Forum Fantasy" 4. Hostess for College Night 45 Forum Fantasy 4. MARILYN LOUISE HALL G.A.A. 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45 Jr. Choir I5 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Council I, 35 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Chmn. Student Council Finance Comm, 35 Sr. Ensemble 3, 45 Y-Teens Social Comm. 45 Chmn. Deco- ration Comm., Sr. Choir Formal 45 Volleyball I, 2, 3, 45 "Modern American Music" 35 "Operetta Highlights" 25 "Gay Fiesta" 45 "Mikado" 45 Forum Follies Court 35 Boost- er Club I, 25 Library Staff I, 2, 45 Championship Vol- leyball Team 3, 45 Sr. Class Will Comm. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Comm. BETTY L. HOTTINGER Glee Club I5 Jr. Choir I5 Sr. Choir 25 "Operetta High- lights" 2. DAVIDA JANE KAHRL G.A.A. I, 2, 35 Sr. Orchestra I, 25 Forum Bus. Mgr. 45 "Divine FIora" 35 "The Pi- per" 35 Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 45 Booster Club I, 25 Chmn. Dance COmm.5 "Gold Diggers" 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Jr, Class Social Comm. 35 Intramural Basketball 25 ln- tramural Basketball 25 ln- tramural Volleyball 25 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Oils Club I, 25 "Happy Journey" 35 Fi- nance Comm., Y-Teens 2, 35 Feature Ed. J.J. 45 Jr. Choir I5 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4. ZELMA MAE LEE Jr. Choir 25 Glee Club I5 Sr. Choir 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 Jr. Class F.T.A. Assembly 35 Variety Show 35 Scholarship Team 3, 45 Head Usher Jr. Class Play5 Head Usher "Operetta Highlights"5 "Modern Ameri- can Music Program"5 "Gay Fiesta"5 "Mikado"5 "Gold Diggers"5 "Forum Fantasy"5 Decoration Comm. Forum Show5 J.J. Staff. ROBERT HAUGER Track 3, 45 Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 45 Intramural Vol- leyball 3, 45 Varsity Football Mgr. 45 Varsity Basketball Mgr. 4. JEAN HOUCK Art I. BARBARA ANN KLEIN Jr. Choir I5 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45 Feature Ed. Jacket Journal 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 "Divine Flora" 35 Chmn. Jr. Play Comm. 35 Sr. Class Will Comm. 45 Boosters' Club 25 Forum Show 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Intramural Volleyball I, 25 Sr. Ensemble. 45 "Oper- etta Highlights" 25 "Modern American Music" 35 "Gay Fiesta" 45 "Mikado" 4. LEVA ANN LEVERING Band I5 Glee Club I5 F.H.A. I5 Sr. Choir 2, 3, 45 "Oper- etta Highlights" 25 "Mod- ern Melodies" 35 "Gay Fies- ta"5 "Mikado" 45 Intramural Basketball I, 25 Forum Show 35 Y-Teens 3, 45 Forum Fan- tasy 4. k L Page Thirty-three SARA JANE LONG Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir I, Glee Club I, 2, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "Modern American Music" 3, "Mikado" 4, Program Comm. Forum Fantasy" 4, J.J. Stal? 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4. CURTIS LEE MAYER Intramural Bowling Champs I, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y Sec. 3, 4, Key Club 4, "Divine Flora" 3, "Years Ago" 4, Football I, 2, Track I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Student Council, Sr. Prophe- cy Comm. 4. ROBERT LEWIS McMI LLAN Reserve Football Mgr. I, In- tramural Volleyball 4, Intra- mural Basketball 4. JOYCE MONDRON Pres. Jr. Choir I, Harmon- ettes I, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, Student Council 2, Booster Club I, 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Sec. Y-Teens 3, Chmn. Choir Formal 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Pres. G. A. A. 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Sec. Sr, Choir 3, Pres. Sr. Choir 4, "Mod- ern American MeIodies" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Mikado" 4, JJ. Staff 4, Forum Queen Attendant 3, Football Queen 4, Forum Queen 4. Page Thirty-four MARY JANE MADIAS Pres. Sophomore Class 2, Y- Teens 4. DAVID REID McKAY Oils Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. Oils Club, Vice-pres. Oils Club, H-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Vice-pres. Key Club, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council I, 3, 4, Student Court I, Adv., Mgr. J.J. 4, Stage Crew "Divine Flora" 3, Chmn. Prophecy Comm. 4. KAY MCNAMARA Sr. Choir 2, 3, Jr. Choir I, 2, Glee Club 2, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "M o d e r n American Melodies" 3, ln- lramural Volleyball 4, Y- Teens I, 2, 3, Service Comm. Y-Teens 2, Social Comm. Y- Teens 3, Play Comm. 3, Forum Show 4, Booster Club I, 2, Prom Comm. 4. GEORGIANN MORRIS Y-Teens I, 2, 3, F.H.A. I, Jr. Choir Sec. I, "Divine Flora" 3, Student Council I, 2, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Forum Show 3, Science Club I, G.A.A. 4, Booster Club I, 2. STAMATIA MADIAS Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Treas. Sr. Band 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Forum Queen Attendant 3, G.A.A. I, 2, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, In- tramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Queen's Attendant 4. DORIS McKEE G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Booster Club 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, Pres. F.T.A. 3, Intra- mural Volleyball I, 2, 3. THOMAS PAUL METCALF Basketball I, 3, 4, Football 2, Intramural Basketball Champs 3, Intramural Volley- ball Champs 4, Jr. Play 3, Am, Legion Baseball 3, Sr. Class Pres. 4, J.J. Staff 4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y Pres. 3, 4, Hi-Y Council Pres. 4, "Forum Fantasy" 4, "Gold Diggers" 3. ALICE MARIE MOSSHOLDER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 3, Basketball 3, 4. Y' I V ALICE JANE MAGILL Jr. Choir I, Glee Club 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "Modern Mel- odies" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Mikado" 4, Forum Show 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Music Chmn. Y-Teens 4, Intra- mural Basketball I, 2, Intra- mural Volleyball 2, Treas. Sr. Choir 4, NADINE McKENZiE Intramural Basketball 3, 4. DONNA MINTIER Art I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Orchestra I, 2, Strings 2, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens Cabinet 4, Science Club I, Forum Show 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Photography Club 3, Oils Club 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Jr, Play 3, Co-Editor Forum 4, Intramural Volley- ball 3, lntramural Basketball 2. JULIA JUNE MOSSHOLDER Sec. Jr. Choir I, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Intra- mural Basketball I, 2, 3, ln- tramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, Forum Queen's Court 3, Cheerlead- er 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Booster Club I, 2, Student Council I, Soc. Comm. Jr. Class 3, Queen's Court 4. Nh sf NED MOSSHOLDER LOIS JEAN OWEN Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Junior at large Y-Teens 3, G.A,A. 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 3, 4, Captain of "Bobby Soxers" 2, Sec. of Sr. Class 4.' LAWRENCE L. PEMBROOK Sr. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Or- chestra 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Electrician "Divine Flora" 3, Electrician 'M'Years Ago" 4, F. T. A. 4, Double Quartet 4, Student Council 3. SANDRA JEAN PITKIN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman- at-large, Y-Teens 1, Yellow Jacket I, 2, Scholarship Team 2, 3, 4, "The Piper" 3, "Ghost Story" 3, "Divine Flora" 3, Mardi Gras 2, Girls' Slate 3, Ed. of Forum 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Queen's Court 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Glee Club l, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. Page Thirty-six NORMA JEAN NEWTON Sr. Choir l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Pres, 4, Y- Teens l, 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, "Modern American Melo- dies" 3, "Operetta High- lights" 2, "Gay Fiesta" 4, Booster Club l, 2, 3, Art Variety Show 3, Student Council I, 2, "Mikado" 4, "Chocolate Soldier" 2, "For- tune Teller" 2, Girls' Glee Club l, 2, Sr. Girls' Ensem- ble 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Girls' Ensemble 1, Art Festival 3, County Fes- tival 4. LOUIS L. OWEN Proiection Club 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 4, Electrician for various productions 3, 4, Reader of Announcements 3, 4. .IOANN MARIE PEUGH Sr. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr, Choir I, Y-Teens I, 2, Intramural Basketball I, 4, Intramural Volleyball l, "Operetta Highlights" 2, "Modern Melodies" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Mikado" 4, Sr. Band Concert I, 2, 3, 4. JEANNINE PORTER MARY CAROLYN NOFFSINGER Y-Teens 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4, Intramural Volley- ball 3, 4, Intramural Bowl- ing 3, 4, "GoId Diggers" 3, Sr, Announcement Comm 4, "Divine Flora" 3, "Years Ago" 4. ESTA LEE PARKER F.H.A. 2, Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 2, 4, G.A.A. l, F.T.A. 4, "Divine Flora" 3. ROBERT PEUGH Reserve Basketball 3. PHYLLIS PRYOR Crooksville, Band l, F.H.A. l, Glee Club I, Intramural Basketball l. Mount Vernon: F.H.A. 2, Intramural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Vol- leyball 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Y- Teens 4 BRENDA LEE OLSON Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, Chmn. Y-Teen Finance Comm. 3, Art. Ed. of Forum 4, Prophecy Comm. 4, Court- esy Comm. 3, Social Comm., Student Council 4, Treas. Oils Club 4, Booster Club l, 2, Forum Show 3, Oils Club 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, "Prunella" I, "Dear Ruth" 2, "The Piper" 3, "Divine Flora" 3, "Years Ago" 4, "Happy Journey" 3, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. ROBERT EUGENE PARKER Football 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball, ln- tramural Volleyball, Stage Mgr. Art Plays, Champion- ship Basketball Team 3, Champ. Volleyball Team 4. NORMAN STANLEY PHILLIPS Oils Club 'l, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Class Play Comm. 4, ln- tramural Basketball 4, Buck- eye Boys' State 3, Pres. Stu- dent Council 4. PATRICIA RAHMING Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chmn. Y-Teens 4, Jr. Class Social Chmn. 3, Club Ed. J. J. 4, "Prunella" I, "Dear Ruth" 2, Glee Club l, Stu- dent Council l, 2, 4, G.A.A. 'l, 3, Scholarship Team 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Sr. Class Play Comm. 4, Queen's Court 4. WL , 'Q G FS? QV , fx I , f 2. fx' -w 9. ' a ENE .L Vi' it F 1 3. 5. 'te L L . E, Ei. vi K.. Q Bl- co., . .L J 1. Z it 1, ,. Tig' 5- M 'iiitff .EM 4 I ELEANORE LOUISE RALSTON G.A.A. l, 2, 3, Sr. Orchestra l, 2, Subscription Mgr. of Forum 4, "Divine Flora" 3, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Y-Teens Social Comm. l, 2, 3, Forum Queen's Court 3, 4, Sr. Chapel Comm. 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Student Council4, Courtesy Comm. Chmn. 4, Forum Show 2, Jacket .lournal I, 2, General Science Club I. WALTER RINE ROBERT KEITH SCHOUTEN Baseball 4, Booster Club 2. RICHARD SHUFF Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, Hi- Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, "Gold Diggers" 3, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Mardi Gras 2. DEAN CLINTON REEDER "Dear Ruth" 2, Jr. Choir l, Boys' Glee Club I, "Gay Fiesta" 4, "Divine Flora" 3, "The Piper" 3, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, "Years Ago" 4, Chapel Comm. 4, Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y Chaplain 4, "Gold Diggers" 3, "Mikado" 4, "Forum Fantasy" 4, Adertising Mgr. of Forum 4, "PruneIla" I, "Modern American Melo- dies" 3, Sr. Play 4. FERN ELAINE RINEHART Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Jr. Choir l, Sr. Band l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, "Gold Diggers" 3, "The Piper" Property Comm. 3, "Operet- ta Highlights" 2, Booster Club l, 2, Intramural Bas- ketball 3, 4, "Divine Flora" 3, "Come Rain or Shine" 4. JAMES BELL SELLERS Hi-Y 2, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Booster Club 3, 4, Sargeant at Arms, Key Club 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball 4, Reserve Track I, 2, 3, Varsity Golf 3, 4, Chmn. Concession Comm., Key Club 4, Forum Ad. Staff 4, Host for College Night 4, Prepar- ation Comm. Forum Show 4, Y.M.C.A. Staff 3, 4. "Forum Fantasy" 4. LOIS M. SIMPSON Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Forum Show 3, Intramural Basketball 4. Page Thirty-eight t OAKLEY J. REFFITT F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Par- liamentary Procedure 2, 3, 4, Student Adviser F.F.A. 4, In- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. ' HERBERT ROCK ROGER L. RIAN Sr. Band l, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, Science Club I, Student Council 4, Stage Crew, "Divine Flora" 3, Prophecy Comm. 4, Scholar- ship Team 3, 4, Student Council Service Comm. 4. PATRICIA ANNE ROMINE Football I, 2, 3, Baseball 3, F.H.A. l, "The Piper" 3. 4. MARILYN JOYCE SHIRA F.H.A. l, 2, Girl Reserves l, Alternate Student Council Rep. 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Night Hawks Basketball 4, Night Hawks Volleyball 4, The Braves Basketball 3, The Braves Volleyball 3, The Braves Softball 3. CHARLES LEROY SMITH Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Var- sity Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Class Pres. 3, Jr. Class Play 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball I, Vice- Pres. of Hi-Y 4, Referee ln- tramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Chmn Hi-Y Formal, Reserves Basketball 2, Forum Show 3, 4. DONNA JOYCE SHRIMPLIN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Social Comm., Y-Teens l, Publicity Comm., Y-eens 2, Worship Comm., Y-Teens 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, F.T.A. 3, 4, F.T.A. Sec. 4, Y-Teen Christ- mas Assembly 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Proper- ty Comm., "Years Ago" 4, Forum Stat! 4, F.T.A. As- sembly 3, G.A.A. I, 2, Intra- mural Volleyball 3, 4, Boost- er Club. HUBERT M. SNOW F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Treas. 2, F.F.A. Student Adviser 3, Parliamentary Procedure 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Basketball Champions 2, ln- tramural Volleyball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4. Page Thirty-nine RICHARD LAWRENCE SORENSON Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Freshmen Football I. LARRY STEAGALL Student Council I, 4, Key Club 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3. JACK HARLAN SWEET Key Club 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Track, Intra- mural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball. BEVERLY ANN TIER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Softball 2, 3, Ring Comm. 3, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Girls' Glee Club I, 2, Bowling Team I, Student Council I, 2, Social Comm., Y-Teens, Library Staff I, 2. Page Forty PAULINE MAE SPEARMAN Science Club I, Y-Teens 2, 4, Scholarship Teams 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, Champion Volleyball 4, D. A. R. Citizenship Test 4, Prom Comm. 4, Finance Comm., Y-Teens 2, Queen's Court 3, Student Council Exec. Comm. 3, G.A.A. 2, Queen's Court 4. MARTHA JEAN STOREY X PATRICIA TAYLOR FHYLLIS ANN VERNON Y-Teens 3. JAMES SPICER Varsity Football 2, 3, F.T.A. 4, Varsity Baseball 3, Intra- mural Volleyball Champs 4, Intramural Bas ketball Champs 3. PATRICIA JANE SUTTON Student Council I, Y-Teens 4. JOHN RICHARD TAUGHER Jr. High Football I, Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 4, Sr. Prom. Comm. 4, "For- um Fantasy" stage crew 4. CHARLES RODNEY VERNON Sr. Band 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Football I, Library Slot? 3, Sec.-Treas. Hi-Y 4, "Chocolate Soldier" I, Head Monitor. CLARABEL SPRINGER Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, "Divine Flora" 3. JEAN ANN SWAIN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, "Mardi Gras" 2, "Gold Diggers" 3. JUANITA JUNE THOMPSON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Sr. Band 3, 4, F.T.A. 4, Girls' Glee Club I. MARIE WAGN ER "The Piper" 3, Dramatic Class Plays. ,,,gu...Q HARLOW L. WALKER Key Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Forum Stat? 3, 4, Band 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 4, Swing Band 4, "Operetta Highlights" 2, Modern American M u s i c Festival 3, Sr. Class Gift Comm., Forum Show 3, 4, Chmn. International Key Club Convention 4, Pres. CAROLYN LUCILLE WARMAN TERRY WELLS G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4, Soft- ball l, GENE C. WITTENMEYER Football, Freshman iMillers- burgl, Track 3, Baseball 4 Booster Club 2, Volley- ball 4, Key Club 3, 4. BETTY JEAN YOUNG JACK BOUCHER GEORGE SIMMONS Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Football varsity 2, 3. O O NATIONAL Donna Mintier I Davida Kahrl Bobbie Jeanne Fry Louise Ralston Jeannette Dotson Dorothy Belt Mary Pat Rahming' Brenda Olson Sandra Pitkin Norman Phillips Page Forty-two HONOR SOCIETY Carolyn Brandt David McKay Donna Draper Mary K. Lee Doris Banner Roger Rian Janice Cotton Pauline Spearman Lawrence Pembrook L-x i'u QUILL AND SCROLL Carolyn Brandt Bobbie Jeanne Fry Pat George Sandra Pitkin Donna Mintier Jane Long Jeannette Dotson Bill Ferguson Davidcu Kahrl Dave McKay Dean Reeder Bob Brillhart Robby Curry Dave lmel Barbara Klein Mary Kay Lee Dorothy Belt Louise Kerr Delbert Koch Page Forty three UNIOR l JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .... D on Lambillotfe Vicefpresidenf - - - ...... Bill Turley Secretary .... - - -Patty Fletcher Treasurer .... .... B urbara Hulse Page Forty-four UNI OR GIRLS Top 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th row: fleft to rightJ lmogene Willis, Margaret Hart, Charlene Frye, Ann Ackerman, Pauline Clipse, Elaine Wright, Sue Lewis. row: Delores Latherns, Diana Hammonds, Monica Jackson, Joan Pendleton, Edna Warman, Phyllis Kaser, Joyce Stafford, Ruth Franz, Marilyn Rowley, Gertrude Kittelberger. row: Beverly Magill, LaDonna Bowers, Muriel Epstein, Naoma Leasure, Jane Hoov- ler, Lois Agnew, Carol Sattler, Arlene Mossholder, Leona McFarland, Marilyn Crawford, Delores Simmons, Mary Lou Siegworth, Dixie Wolf. row: Louise Kerr, Virginia Rouse, Anita Glover, Barbara Riley, Jean Reed, Kath- leen Vernon, Shirley Edminster, Evelyn Carpenter, Beverly Peugh, Alice Beck, Sally Tabor, Virginia Beeman, Phyllis Gullett, Marlene Trott. row: Mary Ellen Ewing, Bethel Woolridge, Ruth Fish, Mona Bell, Marilou Wintermute, Virginia Eagle, Mary Lou Waters, Nancy Lannoy, Barbara McKinley, Sue Robe- son, Doris Hillier, Barbara Genre, Irene Flecknoe, Virginia Kinney. row: Betty Dexter, Jo-Ann Thomas, Patty Ryan, Nancy Hare, Joan Moftitt, Shirley McKenzey, Patty Fletcher, Barbara Hulse, Marlene Meese, Beatrice Laymon, Ethel Vernon, Carol Robinson, Floramae Tuttle, Phyllis Pier. Page Forty-Eve JUNIOR BOYS Top row: lleft to right James Dice, Charles Gillooly, Don Smith, Bob Walton, Dick Payne, Don Noonen, Marvin Vannatta. 2nd row: Leo Butler, Jim lmel, Bob Fry, Jack Blue, Dave Shields, Ron McGowan. 3rd row: Jim Higgins, Stanley Hyatt, Arvel Show, Bill Fisher, Dave Gelsanliter, Denney Thompson, Perry Williams, Bill Brown. 4th row: Bob Hull, Bill Dougherty, Bob Blue, Don Deavers, Nick Madias, Bob Gamble, Bob Carter, Bob McGough, Richie Bastin. 5th row: Nate Boyd, David Ogg, Fred Erlanger, Lanning Porterfield, Nelson Brown, Richard Starmer, Edward Rucka, Arthur Carter. ' Bottom row: Jim Legros, Jack Cline, Joe Sellers, Don Lambillotte, Bill Turley, Carl Gal- leher, Carl trick, Jim Kousoulas. Page Forty-six SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE GIRLS lst row: Jean Grubaugh, Berdina Underhill, Leva Vernon, Iris McMillen, Kathleen Shira, Mary Ann Ashbrook, Jean George, Mary Jo Swadener, Mary Lou Thomas, Lou Ann Koch, Margaret Graves, Marilyn Ramsey, Joyce Soles, Mary Schmidt. 2nd row: Jo Ann Davis, Alice Robeson, Carlene Hartman, Jo Ann Emlich, Mary Jo Tier, Jean Lee, Mora Mae Snow, Esther Rhine, Thelma Pumphrey, Joretto Boucher, Barbara Main, Carolyn Doup, Deedra Hess, Erva Wilson, Marcia Beach, Kathryn Jennings, Janice Deerman, Rita Lipps. 3rd row: Margaret Wells, Mary Lou Babson, Imogene Middleton, Carrol George, Dorothy Meek, Shirley McKenzie, Carol Shultz, Dorothy Owen, Grace Walden, Louise Brown, Mary Lib Kittleberger, Lolita Williams, Marilyn Woods, Ro- berta Lybarger, Joyce Butcher, Joan Warman. 4th row: Jean Warman, Nancy Edgar, Mary Carter, Elizabeth Mayo, Margaret Hale, Barbara Kymer, Jo Ann Burchard, Janet Conger, Connie McPeek, Carol Ward, Joyce Teriung, Betty Jean Drake, Cynitha Coolidge, Ellen Dalrymple, By- linda Wyant, Barbara Cosner. 5th row: Barbara Slack, ,loan Thornberry, Patty Smith, Joan Martin, Louella Porter, Doris Bumpus, Iris Thompson, Alice Row, Kay Lay, Patty Harmon, Dona Nell, Marilyn Hoffmann, Alice Hagerman, Janet Frye, Lois Rex, Shellia Mill. SOPHOMORE BOYS lst row: Dick Lorey, Jim Francis, Albert Levenson, JelT Salisbury, Jack Stream, Jack Hamilton, Ron Halterman, Bunny Hall, Art Paques, Charles Roach, Bill MacGowan, Jim Higgins, Jim Grennell, Eddie Cann. 2nd row: Wayne Hubbell, Paul Goosens, Norman Gaines, Marvin McQuigg, Ray Stout, Raymond Marvin. 3rd row: Sonny Shore, Kenneth White, Lawrence Sperry, Jack Caldwell, Charles Bennett, Jerry Carter, Bill Maffet, Bob Vernon, Bob Patterson, Kenny Keck, Larry Cline. 4th rowq Frank Butler, Darwin Shultz, Charles Bumpus, Paul Colopy, Bill Holland, Elden Antil, Joe Metcczlfa, Bill Stout, Jim Umbaugh, Larry Lauderbaugh, George Hough, Fred Borst. FRESHMEN FRESHMEN GIRLS lst row: Arlene Thomas, Phyllis Gullet, Roberta Hardesty, Dorothy Warman, Carol Dunham, Sally Pryor, Virginia Kymer, Beverly Armstrong, Barbara Morris, Vivian Galloogy, Ann Tabor, Carolyn Wells, Beverly Trott, Nancy Borncord, Max- ine Bumpus. 2nd row: Jane Geiger, Patty Scott, Joan Curtis, Mary Ellen Sindlinger, Dee Olson, Sonia Fridline, Patsy Johnson, Nancy Everhardt, Gloria Mahon, Nancy Hunter, Shirley Tier, Martha Talbott, Robby Curry, Ruth Gilloolley, Belva Nelson. 3rd row: Barbara Gantz, Elaine Scholz, Anne Painter, Debbie Pond, Mary Newton, Wanda Sutton, Janet Berger, Shirley Wolfe, Barbara Hershner, Elaine Kousoulas, Twila Fish, Joann Feasel, Barbara Sussman, Nancy lreland, Beverly Leiter, Mary Poland. 4th row: Joan Hamilton, Nancy Metcalf, Rosalie McKenzie, Bonnie Atherton, Janet Millard, Doris Belcher Jeannine Porter, Regina Vernon, Roberta Shannon, Barbara Jones, Mona Coon, Darlene Lanning, Mary Alice Warner, Dora Dell Wyant. 5th row: Virginia Kymer, Nancy Waddell, Patty McCellen, Barbara Davis, Bernice Lunsford, Joan Ferenbaugh, Lois Oakes, Ruth Edminster, Emery Pardee, Carol Mayer, Faith Jones, Betty Latherns. FRESHMEN BOYS ist row: Tommy Awiller, Bill Ward, Brad Koch, Bill Shubert, Jim Bricker, Fred Ball, Dick Hiles, Bill Small, Gordon Fawcett, Fred Pargeon, Jim Kathary, Gordon Lambillotte, Norman Steagall, Bob Pitkin, Wayne Levers. 2nd row: Don Jones, Barry Roesler, Bill Tyson, Bob Laymon, Bob Ferris, Eddie Hoffman, John Grime, Don Fleager, Charles Bonnist, Carl Williams, Fred Kimble, Bill Conard, Jerry Knox, Jim Hissong, Bob Burris. 3rd row: Richard Fleming, Creston Kline, Larry Bryan, Dick Gilfillan, Maurice Jones, George Grubaugh, Bill Kennedy, Larry Lauderbaugh, Eugene Porter, Clyde Conkle, Hobert Magill, Dwain Drake, Dick Erlanger, Dick Reynard, Ronald Sattler, Geofrey Chalmers. 4th row: Dwain Rinehart, Ken Shira, John Williams, Don Wagstali, John McKinley, Phil Jones, Don Stout, Jim Gray, Jar- vas Graves, Gary Hess, Jim Engel, Ron McCoy, George Doup, Dick Poling. 5th row: Larry Vail, Leland White, John Hoyt, Monny Rutherford, Don Curry, Tom Phillips, Dale Miller, Sidney Walker, Adam Madias, Phil Berger, Bob Farlan. lst row: Normgi Je::n Vetter, Nancy McCullough, Nancy Ralston, Carolyn Colgin, Judy Allen, Shirleen Stoneburner, Jean Hale, Shirley Wells, Patsy Mahaffy, Lois Hauger, Donna McQuigg, Kay Stream, Kietha Porter, Janet Vannatta, Ann Robe- son. 2nd row: Mary Lou Carswell, Barbara Dodge, Barbara Beroth, Melba Donaldson, .loan Drake, Barbara Scott, Sue Heighton, Nancy Hissong, Bonnie Hendrickson, Nancy Stout, Jaunita Hill, Donna Hall, Janet Bouton, Marilyn Reiss, Jo Ann Dexter, Nadine Parker, Mary Jane Pierce, Betty Donaldson. 3rd row: Mariorie Kerr, Marilyn Harris, Lydia McDowell, Silvia Gerrard, Marlene Rowley, Jo An Beach, Kathy Klabaugh, Peggy Barncord, Jean Ann Hough, Barbara White, Barbara McMahon, Yovonne Kerns, Joyce Payne, Helen Garrad, Janet Veach, Carol Harmon, Betty Workman, Rachel Daly. 4th row: Charleen Smith, Alma Rine, Carol Giflin, Christine Banner, Mary Jane Tyson, Nora Coon, Patty Baltzell, Beverly Rine, Carolyn Noble, Elaine Pipes, Kay Dennis, Linda Brillhart, Carolyn Bowden, Dorothy Marvin, Dora Layman, Karen Ackerman, Eleanor Brown, .lo Ann Ullery. 5th row: Sarah Eastman, Shirley Ackerman, Hanna Mauntner, Elizabeth Martin, Marlene Kline, Shirley Davis, Barbara Peterson, Marilyn Price, Elaine Snow, Pat Parnell, Joan Perrin, Janice Frye, Winifred Rucka, Lorena Gardner, Shirley Graves, Marilyn Amsbaugh, Barbara McDermott. 6th row: Shirley McGibney, Jean Boyer, Carolyn Sperry, Emma Lou Yorman, Janet Snow, Barbara Stoyle, Emmalean Zeigler, Mary Hogan, Elizabeth Gaines, Carolyn Barton, Carol Sue Zaro, Peggy Cochran, Ann Titus, Janet Hull. lst row: Frank Flecknoe, Tom Perrine, Kenneth Heaps, Don Newton, Larry Epstein, John Cofhng, Tom Lonzo, Gary Davis, Jim Fisher, Andrew Ball, Bob Beck, Barry Davis, James Russell, Bill Transue. 2nd row: Harry Breneman, Marvin Connell, Danny Bastin, Jack Mowery, Lee Munroe, Dave Allen, John Wareham, John Augenstine, Dave Sellers, Richard McKenzie, Jim Hendershot, Bob Burgess, Norman Sorge, Don Reed, Jim Cherryholmes. 3rd row: George Storey, Phil Levering, Dan Levering,'Don Haecker, Bud Rohler, Bill Ulery, Richard Chesser, Larry Hess, Jim Mossholder, Ned Kuivinen, Gerald Shefter, Jim Stuller, Joe Thorp, Ken Silvis, Charles Hulse, George Carter, Dave Mossholder. 4th row: Charles Wyant, John Butler, Charles Gill, Dave Warren, Jack Cunningham, Joe Dunlap, Brack Taylor, Wilber Vernon, Ted Hickerson, Phil Stout, Roger Rush, Donald Totman, Tom Moxley, Dick Massa, Derle Seavolt, Darrel Bumpus. 5th row: Kenneth Fletcher, Kenneth Wapole, Glen lrich, John Disbro, George Ferenbaugh, Pete Frye, Neal Halderman, Tony Depolo, Richard Hines, Gene Henthorne, Harry Peterson, Jim Beckholl, Jim Geiger, Stanley Ransom. 6th row: Clifford Slayman, Steve Zelkowitz, Allan Shields, Jack Bell, Danny Beach, Jack Snow, Forest Winegardner, Bill Brate, Dave Mischa, John Beck, Don Eberhart, Jerry Thomas, Bill Keck. 7th row: Ronald Gaumer, Gerald Skeen, Clayton Smith, Yauncey Newman, Dick Frye, Leonard Sally, Russel Milfs. lst row: Margaret Vernon, Janet Henry, Burdetta Wagner, Barbara Wilmonte, Marilyn Ullman, Roberta Rabishaw, Ann Chalmers, Ann Bell, Mariorie Warman, Barbara Lampson, Sue Roberts, Betty Lou Wagstaff, Nancy Crawford, Essie Er- langer, Mary Jane lmhoH. 2nd row: Esther Ransom, Barbara Lonzo, Nancy Taylor, Maria Hunter, Betty Carter, Gene Lewis, Kate Yoawam, Mary Roach, Mary Jane Henthorne, Betty Jones, Mary Rawlins, Nina Marshall, Doris Jean Tablett, Zaida Henthorn, Bev Lewis, Carolyn Fredericks, Patty Hull, Joyce Fletcher, Elaine Keller, Carol Schreckengast, 3rd row: Carrie Lee Dailey, Judy Mild, Nancy Taylor, Mary Lou Ferenbuugh, Palsy Cranmer, Nancy Houbler, Shirley Williams, Donna Adams, Barbara Schmidt, Mary Lou Hampton, Shirley Grubaugh, Margaret Dudgeon, Lorna Eagle, Kay Snyder, Marilyn Taylor, Carolyn Wagner, Nancy Rice, Dorothy Smith, Eleanor Fry. 4th row: Hazel Huggins, Velma Smith, Jacqueline Dudgeon, Judy Hurps, Carol Gillooley, Pearl Reed, Delores Riley, Edith Springer, Virginia Humbert, Iris Marcos, Janet Hyatt, Marilee Ehrgott, Janet Scott, Sally Lathom, Beverly Auskings. 5th row: Donna Vian, Bonnie Yoakum, Ann Payne, Patty Umbaugh, Phyllis Kymer, Georgeine McKee. 6th row: Judy Abers, Delores Yeager, Sally Henderson, Phyllis Underwood, Linda Ralston, Lindo McKinstry, Janet Beck- holt, Patty Newton, Lucille Owens, Lucille Stacey. lst row: Dave Wyant, Harry Walton, Don Shutt, Dick Baney, Sterling Millard, Jack Heysel, Gary Mayer, Dale Zerull, John Nugent, Keith Rinehart, Dick Hall, Don Crawford, Jim Trowbridge, Ed Rowley, Dick Fawcett, John Lord. 2nd row: Bob Lipps, Jim Rigby, John Frary, Doug Curry, Jim Spitzer, Bobby Harrod, Densmore Wainer, Bernerd Hen- thorne, Jim Moxley, Phil Burris, Charles Fawcett, Dick Payne, Ken Porter, James Lord, Harry Bassinder. 3rd row: Dick Fawcett, Tom Mosely, Byron Dearmon, Lloyd Show, Harold Lahmon, Clarence Ridenbaugh, Albert Blue, Jim Peterson, Hanley Hayes, Cary Horlocker, Ronnie Gullet, Bob McConnell, Ben Cochran, Jim Milton, Don McFarland, Carl Robinson, Harley Pryor, John Hess, Richy Cline. 4th row: Leroy Byall, Leroy Bumpus, Ken McMillan, Walter Butler, Paul Atherton, Harry Beckholt, John Ewalt, Marvin Drake, James Looker, Gary Purdy, Jim Rice, Jerry Adams, Leroy Ransom, Harry Rotuno, Wayne McKee, Glenn McMillan, Ned Vannatta, James Thompson. 5th row: Dick Smith, Dale Miller, Jerry Beeman, Harold Lahmon, Tom Stream, Ron Cline, James Hoovler, Phil Jacobs, Larry Baker, Jack Day, Bob Mastellar, Bud Oldaker, John Boyd, James Sweet, Joe Mazza, Charles Fawcett, Lester Rockwell. oth row: James Litzenbury, Bill Wise, Bob Boyd, Garry Boucher, Rex Rowley, Dave Fridline, Bill Martin, Jim Hofman, Duke Wagnor, Gene Nelson, Bill Peterson, Ronald Skiner, Bill Ridenbaugh, Daid Land. 7th row: Russell Rockwell, Ron Anderson, Carol Swords, Bob Temple, Lis Grubb, Gail Weeks, Jim Clark, Charles Scott, Robert Corcoran, Bill Yoakum, Dick Porter, Bob Dunham, John Rahming, Ken Woodring. ORGANIZATICNS N Kr x STUDENT COUNCIL lst row: ileft to rightl Doris Banner, Doris Hillier, Sue Robeson, Louise Ralston, Lois Ben ton, Nancy Lannoy. 2nd row: Sue Lewis, Pat Rahming, Jeannette Dotson, Rose Marie Allen, Marilyn Taylor Dave McKay, Roger Rian. 3rd row: Fred Pargeon, David Misicika, Tommy Perrin, Linda Brillhart, Janet Bouten Eddie Rucka, Joyce Shira. 4th row: Roberta Rabishaw, Dale Zerull, Janet Bergen, Nina Horlocker. 5th row: Patty Harmon, Helen Hollifield, Jean Willis, Jack Cline, Charles Hulse. 6th row: Brack Taylor, Louis Owen, Curt Mayer, Dave Gelsanliter, Larry Steagall. Side: Norman Phillips, president, Miss Audrey Wright, adviser, Don Lambillotte, vice president. Page Fifty-two Y-TEENS Top: Carol Dunham, Mary Lib Kittleberger, Connie McPeek. 3rd row: Virginia Eagle, Betty Dexter, Sue Barncord. 2nd row: Louise Ralston, Helen Hollitield, Donna Mintier, Pat Rahming. lst row: Barbara McKinley, Alice Magill, Carolyn Brandt, Jean Reed. Y-TEEN OFFICERS President .... .... C arolyn Brandt Vice-president -- ....... Louise Ralston Secretary ..... --Mary Lib Kittleberger Treasurer -- ......,,........ Helen Hollifield Advisers -- --Miss Clarice NeH, Miss Mary Kaler Page Fifty-three lst row: Miss Kaler, Pat Fletcher, Alice Magill, Jean Reed, Barbara McKinley, Louise Ralston, Betty Dexter, Carolyn Brandt, Virginia Eagle, Pat Rahming, Helen Hollifield, Donna Mintier, Sue Barncorcl, Mary Lee, Miss Clarice Neff. 2nd row: Marlene Grimm, Doris Hillier, Sue Robeson, Mary Lou Watters, Nancy Hare, Marilou Wintermute, Joan Mofiitl, Nancy Lanoy, Carol Sattler, Naoma Leasure, Barbara Riley, Floramae Tuttle, Zelma Lee, Brenda Olson, Sandra Pitkin. 3rd row, Marilyn Hall, Bernida Henthorn, Donna Draper, Diana Hammonds, Virginia Rouse, Mary Ellen Ewing, Louise Kerr, Elaine Wright, Carol Robinson, Phyllis Pier, Annabelle Davis, Jane Hoovler, Mary Madias, Virginia Bebout, Lois Benton, Maxine Cochran, Arlene Mossholder. 4th row: Lois Owen, Julia Mossholder, Janice Cotton, Anita Glover, Ethel Vernon, Ruth Fish, Joyce Stafford, Barbara Hulse, Dorothy Hale, Marilyn Rowley, Mary Noffsinger, Bobbie Jeanne Fry. 5th row: Pauline Spearman, Norma Newton, Rosemarie Allen, Donna Shrimplin, Leva Levering, Joyce Mondron, Caro- lyn Warman, Muriel Epstien, Sally Tabor, Gertrude Kittelberger, Monica Jackson, Barbara Kline, Dixie Hall, Fern Rine- hart. 6th row: Doris Banner, Phyllis Jacobs, Kathleen Vernon, Martha Fawcett, Jane Long, Sue Lewis, Betty Young, Edna Warman, Phyllis Kaser. lst row: Beverly Leiter, Nancy Eberhart, Patsy Johnson, Roberta Shannon, Sally Pryor, Wanda Sutton, Roberta Hard- esty, Belva Nelson, Shirley Tier, Janet Berger, Barbara Jones, Debbie Pond, Mary Poland, Carolyn Wells, Ann Tabor. 2nd row: Patty Scott, Joann Curtis, Maxine Bumpus, Joan Davis, Carol George, Joann Farenbaugh, Lois Ann Oakes, Lois Ann Gardner, Dorothy Warman, Jolene Mazza, Martha Talbert, Carol Dunham, Dee Olson, Mary Lou Thomas, Bessie Ridenbaugh, Joan Warman, Belinda Wyant, Miss Mary Kaler. 3rd row: Joann Feasel, Joann Emlich, Mary Jo Tier, Barbara Slack, Patty Harmon, Kay Lay, Barbara Main, Carolyn Doup, Erva Wilson, Dorothy Meek, Lou Ann Koch, Mary Jo Swadener, Margaret Graves, Marilyn Ramsey, Barbara Gantz, Mary Alice Warner. 4th row: Nancy Barncord, Barbara Sussman, Nancy Ireland, Cynthia Coolidge, Lois Rex, Twila Fish, Elaine Kousoulas, Beverly Trott, Nancy Edgar, Mary Schmidt. 5th row: Ann Painter, Nina Jean Horlocher, Barbara Grubaugh, Gloria Mahon, Margie Wells, Barbara Davis, Bonnie Ath- erton, Connie McPeek, Janet Conger, Joyce Butcher, Barbara Cosner, Ellen Dalrymple, Marcia Beach, Dedra Hess, Grace Walden. 6th row: Barbara Morris, Vivian Gillooly, Jane Geiger, Elaine Shultz, Dorothy Hale, Joan Burchard, Mary Lib Kittelberger, Lolita Williams, Donna Nell, Louise Brown, Cynthia Collidge, Betty Drake, Marilyn Hollfmann, Marilyn Woods, Carol Shultz, Shirley Wolf, Nancy Hunter, Barbara Hershler, Robbie Curry, Ruth Gillooly. S x . x 1? Su. NA , Q Ax ,an ' . 532 f K L . 1 ' Ti' i . Q - I-I '11 A I fy y in Qu , 41. -. , f f 54 3 w'Q'M2 M S 4 W an 1 ,za Q' 3 K J "-: , I mfg Q. an N 1 i ' 1 f f? 'f". f f, 1' ' W sm. J. 65 f fd ,Q Af t 6 Qi? , ,F :gan - 6 M ' 5 . V :,.-1, F ,,- ., v fs as g 7 5 1 BE LT? ' 3 13 N914 --'. I K 'W tag Q , , ,gs - wi 3 Fi E Y xg L! 4 Q 5 Q if X SEE.. .. X W ff iw Sf .wifi 1 N A 51 , 5 M. ,Y .X ma.,u..avig,5r it Q, 35? ? J. 'iw Q Wg? W 'iw f " rm Q KEY CLUB Inset: Bill Ferguson, secretary, Hal Walker, president, Delbert Koch, treasurer, Dave McKay, vice-president. lst row: fleft to rightl Dave Gelsanliter, Joe Sellers, Jim Sellers, Bill Ferguson, Dave Mc- Kay, Hal Walker, Delbert Koch. 2nd row: Hobart Brown, Rodney Vernon, Curt Mayer, Chuck Smith, "Sonny" Bair, Dean Reeder, Gene Evans, Dick Shuff. 3rd row: Larry Steagall, Tom Metcalf, Norman Phillips, Pat George. 4th row: Jerry Galleher, Dave Shields, Charles Titus, Bob Brillhart, Lawrence Pembrook, Roger Rian, Carl Galleher. Page Fifty-six KEY CLUB PROJECT Delbert Koch, treasurer of the Key Club, is shown obove presenting o check for S300 to Mr. Harold Highrnon for the permanent outside public address system. Po ge Fifty-seven SENIOR HI-Y lst row: lleff to right! Mr. Guy VanNostrand, adviser, "Sonny" Bair, Charles Smith Curt Mayer, Tom Metcalf. 2nd row: Delbert Koch, Jim Sellers, Rodney Vernon, David McKay. 3rd row: Willis Butler, Dean Reeder, Norman Phillips, Larry Steagall. 4th row: Gene Evans, Dick Shuft, Bill Emlick, Hal Walker. Inset: Charles Smith, vice-president, Tom Metcalf, president, Curt Mayer, secretary "Sonny" Bair, treasurer. Page Fifty-eight OLYMPIC HI-Y lst row: fleff to righfl Bob George, Joe Sellers, Jerry Golleher, Charles Titus, Don Lombillotte, .lock Blue. 2nd row: Denny Thompson, Bill Turley, Richie Bostin, Jim Kousoulos, Lonning Porterfield, 3rd row: Dcuvid Gelsunliier, Gilbert Higgins, Fred Erlclnger, Marvin Vcinnotfo, Don Lan- gel, supervisor. lnsef: Jerry Golleher, secrefary-treasurer, Don Lcxmbillolte, vice-president, Charles Titus, president. The Olympic Hi-Y is composed of iunior boys. Page Fifty-nine BUCK HI-Y Sophomores of the Hi-Y lst row: lleft to rightl Jim Francis, Dick Lorey, president, Lawrence Sperry 2nd row: Albert Levenson, Jack Stream, "Bunny" Hall. 3rd row: JeFf Salisbury, Norman Gaines, Gene Phillips. I Page Sixty FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA lst row: Tommy Philips, John Beck, Bob Ferris, Fred Ball, Eugene Phillips. 2nd row: Dick McPeek, Eddie Ernest, George Doup, Clark Buxton. 3rd row: Dick Zinsmeister, Forrest Clutter, Dave Black, Dale Miller. 4th row: Mr. Clarence Fridline, Adviser, Bob Blue, Leon White, Gilbert Higgins, Hubert Snow, Dick Payne, Dick Gantz, John Reed Ewart. lnset: OFFICERS, left to right-Dave Black, secretary, Dick Gantz, treasurer, Dick Zinsmeister, vice-president, Bob Blue, sentinel, Dick Payne, reporter, John Reed Ewart, president. Page Sixty-one LIBRARY STAFF lst row: Connie McPeek, Margaret D u d g e o n, Mary Ann Rollins, Bill Ulrey, Fred Kittleber- ger. 2nd row: Fred Pargeon, Bob Pitkin, Lolita Wil- liams, Jane Hoovler, Janet Conger, Ron Hal- lerman. lst row: Charles Gill, Walter Rine, Patty Parnell. 2nd row: Clifford Slay- man, Clayton Smith, Don Smith. lst row: Naoma Leasure, Carol Sattler, Alice Magill, Marilyn Hall, Barbara Scott. 2nd row: John Hoyt, Carl Irick, Ronnie Mc- Coy, Emogene Middle- ton, Elaine Schult, lst row: Kenneth Fletch- er, Norman Gaines, Debbie Pond, Doris Banner, Betty Jean Drake, Mary Lib Kittle- berger. 2nd row: Marcia Beech, Cynthia Coolidge, Bar- bara Sussman, Russell Hall, Oakley Reftit. Seated: Glen lrick, Don Hoecker. lst row: Steve Zelkowitz, Dee Olson, Mary Ellen Sindlinger, M a r i ly n Riess, Mary Roach, Tommy lonzo. 2nd row: John Wareham, Jean Boyer. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION lst row: Barbara Cosner, Nancy Hare, Joyce Mondron, Helen Hollifield, Phyllis Pier, Barbara Hulse. 2nd row: Joan Warman, Jean Reed, Kate Vernon, Donna Draper, Rosemarie Allen, Dorothy Warman. 3rd row: Ruth Franz, Pat Fletcher, Ellen Dalrymple, Elizabeth Mayo, Twila Fish, Elaine Kousoulas, Carolyn Warman. OFFICERS Joyce Mondron ........ President Helen Hollifield Secretary-Treasurer Janice Cotton .... Social chairman Page Sixty-four PROJECTION CLUB Kneeling: Joe Sellers, presiclenf, Weston Augenstein, Marvin Vannatfa, Vice-presidenl, Charles Roach, secretary-Treasurer. Standing: Jim Engle, Louis Owen, Harold Knox, Bob George, Bob Vernon, Donald Deavers, Larry Bryan, Eddie Rucka, Jerry Knox, L. L. Owen, direcfor. Members not in picture: Bill Moffett, Bob Lockhart, Geofrey Chalmers, Tommy Awwiller, Gordon Fawcelf. Page Sixty-five FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA Page Sixty-six Future Teachers of America-Cassell Chapter This year our F.T.A. Group has had a fine increase in membership and accomplishments. A 50 dollar scholarship has been raised for some student to receive for the 'furtherance of his teacher training. The enrollment in the club has reached 48 which is a large num- ber compared with oth- er groups in our State. Assembly program par- ticipation, stu d e nt teaching, civic enter- prises, raising of the Scholarship Fund have constituted part of the activities. Attendance at the State A Council composed of Mr. Frid- line, Mr. Root, Mr. Barnes, Mrs. Cassell, Miss Dowds, and Mrs. Ackerman have helped in the guidance of this group. The adviser is Miss Lewis. This year marks the third year for this group, and the membership has grown from 14 to 48. Each year a scholarship has been given. Both reci- pients are doing fine work in the institution of higher education that has been their choice and are en- rolled in teacher train- ing. X WX MUSIC 'O J' HOME TOWN BAND DRUM MAJOR AND MAJORETTES Left to right: Mary Jo Tier, Janice Cotton, Carrol Conger, Jean Warman, Patricia Scott Page Sixty-eight MOUNT VERNON MARCHING BAND fiivi, lst row: lleft to rightJ Sally Tabor, Tom Metcalf, Joe Dunlap, Richard Reynard, Hal Walker, Stamatia Madias, Dorothy Warman, Don Wagstaft, Monica Jackson. 2nd row: Mr. Bill Root, director, Elaine Kousoulas, Lois Simpson, Janet Durbin, Dixie Hall, Ann Robeson, Mary Alice Warner, Charles Bonnist, Twila Fish, Eleanor Brown, Doris Bumpus, Mary Schmidt, Jo-Ann Peugh, Fern Rinehart, Barbara Cos- ner, Jerry Carter, Ned Kuivinen, Carroll Conger. 3rd row: Nancy Barncord, Jerry Knox, Norman Gaines, Maxine Cochran, Sue Tarr, Dora Dell Wyant, Rita Lipps, Nancy Ireland, Ann Ackerman, Juanita Thompson, Ellen Dalrymple, Duane Drake, Lawrence Pembrook. 4th row: Edna Warman, Joyce Butcher, Keitha Porter, Barbara Gantz, Patty Ryan, Elizabeth Gaines, Lorena Gardener, Jane Geiger, Belinda Wyant, Marcia Beach, Deedra Hess, Ann Titus, Dick Poland. 5th row: Charles Titus, David Ogg, Richie Bastin, Merrill Monk, Keith Ewers, Joan Thornberry, Peggy Cochran, Marlene Meese, Roberta Shannon, Joan Feasel, Roger Rian, Sue Barncord, Dick Hiles, Sue Barton, Rodney Vernon. 6th row: Eddie Ernest, Lawrence Sperry, Dan Bastin, Charles Gill, David Warren, Jerry Galleher, Bill Conard, Kenneth Heaps, Charles Wyant, Don Reed. 7th row: Phil Levering, Kenneth White, Reed Ewart, Weston Augenstine, Jim Staller. Majorettes at left: Mary Jo Tier, Patty Scott. Majorettes at right: Janice Cotton, Jean Warman. Page Sixty-nine BAND CONCERT - March 9 and 10, 1950 PROGRAM Marcho Poco ....................... .... D onald Moore First Movement from "Symphony in B Minor" ..... ..,. F ranz Schubert lThe Unfinished Symphonyl The Three Trumpeters ........................ .... G . Augostini Charles Titus Soloist Roger Rian William Conard Repartee ..,. ............................... D avid Bennett Piano Soloist - Edna Warman INTERMISSION Overture to "The New Moon" --- .... Sigmund Romberg Nola ..-...,..........,........................ Felix Arndt Vibraharp soloist- Elizabeth Gaines Snow White Overture ........................... Frank Churchill Page Seventy The Flight of The Bumble Bee .................... Rimsky-Korsakoft Clarinet soloist - Lawrence Pembrook Big Bass Drum ............................... ---Paul Yoder Snare Drum - Stamita Madias Cymbals - Tom Metcalf Boss Drum - Hal Walker Solo Pomposo --- -------------------------- ---- H ayes Bass Horn Soloist - John Ewart Dry Bones --- ---------------------- Arranged by Paul Yoder BAND OFFICERS John Ewart - President Roger Rian - Vice-President Maxine Cochran - Secretary Stamita Madias - Treasurer BAND BOOSTERS' CLUB OFFICERS Mr. Kenneth Gaines - President Mrs. E. R. Bonnist - Vice-President Mr. Howard Ogg - Treasurer Mrs. Revo Barncord - Secretary Mr. Bill Root- Director Page Seventy-one MARCH 3, 1950 1. Corrido del Sol ........... Mexican Folk Song, arr. Teiada, Riegger 2. El Capotin iThe Raincoat Songl ...... Mexican Folk Tune, arr. Krones 3. Los Matlanchines .................... lndian Ceremonial Dance Beverly Armstrong, Janet Berger, Faith Jones, Mary Poland, Shirley Tier, Carolyn Wells, John Wareham, Carol Dunham, Betty Latherns, Kay Dennis, Debbie Pond, Sally Pryor, Wanda Sutton. 4. La Hilacha Nueva lMy True Lovel ........... Folk Song, arr. Krones 5. Jarabe Tapatio ............... Mexican Dance Tune, arr. Wilson 6. Los Vieiietos lThe Little Old Menl .............. Michoacan Dance Barbara Beroth, Carolyn Colgin, Kay Dennis, Jean Hale, Carol Har- mon, Marlene Kline, Barbara Scott, Kay Stream, Janet Vannatta, Shirley Wells. 7. Alabado lHymn of Praisel ................... Mexican Chant 8. Las Mananitas ............ Hymn sung to the Virgin of Guadalupe INTERMISSION 9. Cielito Lindo lBeautiful Heavenl -Mexican Folk Song, arr. Nightingale 10. Estrelita ilittle Starl ....................... Mexican Folk Song ' Alice Magill 1 1 ' ' . La Jesuclta ............................ Mexican Folk Dance Virginia Eagle, Richard Gantz 12. The Gay Cabllero ................ Mexican Folk Song, arr. Wilson 13. El Jarabe Paloma ........................ Mexican Folk Dance Zelma Lee 14. Serenade ............................ Folk Song, arr. Luvaas Girls' Glee Club 15. Mc Gustan Todos lCarmencital ..... Mexican Folk Song, arr. Krones 16. La Cucaracha iThe Little Cockroachl ......... Mexican Folk Dance Jeanne George, Anita Glover, Margaret Graves, Mary Lou Thomas, Joyce Soles, Mary Jo Swandener, Mary Lou Watters, Sue Robeson, "Bunny" Hall, Richard Erlanger, Maurice Jones, Jim Kathary. 17. Chiapanecas lThe Clapping Songl Mexican Folk Dance Song, arr. Kraus 18. La Casita de Marfil lThe Little Homel .......... Mexican Folk Song Richard Gantz 19. The National Anthem of Mexico ........... ,.,.-,,, Richard Gantz and Chorus SCENE Hacienda Patio of Senor Carlos and Senora Maria PERSONNEL Senor Carlos - Dean Reeder Rosita - C. Schreckengast Senora Maria - Norma Jean Newton Felisa - Diane Reeder Antonia - Mike Gates lContinued on page 1911 Page Seventy-three SENIOR CHOIR Not in Order of Picture- Mary Ann Ashbrook Loretta Boucher Carolyn Brandt Mystile Burris Eddie Cann Creta Carter Janet Conger Carolyn Doup Jean Doup Virginia Eagle Richie Erlanger Mary Ellen Ewing Ruth Fish Bobbie Jeanne Fry Richard Gantz Lois Ann Gardner Jeanne George Anita Glover Clara Gossett Jeannette Graves Margaret Graves Marlene Griffin Russell Hall Marilyn Hall Director - Loraine Edwards Page Seventy-four Nancy Hare Bernido Henthorn Monica Jackson Jim Kothary Louise Kerr Barbara Klein Delbert Koch Lou Ann Koch Barbara Kymer Dolores Latherns Beatrice Laymon Maurice Jones Zelma Lee Jean Lee Leva Ann Levering Jane Long Alice Magill Barbara Main Jane Marlin Ron McGowan Barbara McKinley Connie McPeek Dorothy Meek Joan MoFtitt Accompanist Edna Warman Francis Mossholder Joyce Mondron Norma Jean Newton Dorothy Owen Jo Ann Peugh Louella Porter Thelma Pumphrey Fred Pargeon Marilyn Ramsey Jean Reed Dean Reeder Barbara Riley Esther Rine Sue Robeson Joyce Sales Carol Shultz Mary Jo Swadner Mary Lou Thomas Grace Walden Edna Warman Mary Lou Watters Marilou Wintermute Dixie Wolfe Ed Porter JUNIOR CHOIR lst row: lleft to rightl Brock Taylor, Jim Kathary, Dick Poland, Fred Pargeon, Dick Gil- fillan, Miss Loraine Edwards, director. 2nd row: Regina Vernon, Ruth Gillooley, Jean Grubaugh, Betty Latherns, Nancy Hunter, Patty McCellen. 3rd row: Gloria Mahon, Margaret Wells, Faith Jones, Winifred Rucka, Mary Elinor Po- land, Debbie Pond. 4th row: Shirley Ackerman, Beverly Armstrong, Robbie Curry, Jolene Mazza, Connie Walden, Joann Curtis. Sth row: Carolyn Wells, Carol Dunham, Janet Berger. Page Seventy-five GIRLS' GLEE CLUB lst row: tleft to rightl Connie McPeek, Joan Moftitt, Barbara McKinley, Nancy Ireland, Marilou Wintermute, Sue Robeson, Elaine Scholtz, Miss Edwards, director, Lois Rex, Dixie Wolfe, Anita Glover, Jean George, Evelyn Carpenter, Thelma Pum- phrey. A 2nd row: Lou Ann Koch, Dorothy Owens, Mary Lou Thomas, Virginia Eagle, Mary Lou Watters, Lois Gardner, Barbara Maine, Joretta Boucher, Carolyn Doup, Virginia Rouse, Edna Warnam, Janet Conger. 3rd row: Mary Jo Swadner, Mary Jo Tier, Joan Emlich, Carole George, Lolita Williams, Carol Shultz, Barbara Sussman, Margaret Graves, Mary Ellen Sidlinger, Monica Jackson, Marilyn Ramsey. Page Seventy-six lst row: son, 2nd row hart 3rd row: 4th row: 51h row: ton, lsr row: Shields Jean Hale Donna McQurgg Kay Stream Mlss Edwards dureclor 2nd row: Barbara Scot? Nancy Ralslon Marlene Klem Davld Sellers John Wareham Jlm Hendersholl Elaine Snow Shsr leen Slonehammer Loss Hauger Carolyn Colgan Jo Ann Beach 3rd row: Rachel Daley Charleen Smith Melba Donaldson Emmalene Zrgler Nancy McCullough Judy Allen Marlene Rowley Sylvia Garrord Marilyn Reis Palsy Mahal'Tey Ellzabelh Marlin 47h row: Karen Ackerman Emmalou Yarman Pat Parnell Janice Frye .loan Perrm Dorothy Marvln Mary Tyson Barbara Berolh Norma Mae Coon Janet Snow KNOX COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL Sponsored by The Kiwanis Club Alumni Auditorium Saturday, January 21 8:15 o'clock Miss Sarah Cline ---. ..... -Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, O. Mr. Manley Whitcomb ...... Ohio State University, Columbus, O. l. l. O Saviour of the World ........................ Goss-Ray 2. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot .... ........ a rr. Montague 3. The Nightingale ........ .... T schaikowsky-Howerth 4. Marita ............ .... .............. M o rgan 5. When Day ls Done .............-.............. Katscher Miss Cline, Conductor, Girls' Glee Club Connie McPeek, Accompanist ll. l. The Booster March .................... 2. Pavanne ........ 3. Two Moods ............ 4. With A Song ln My Heart --- --- -.- 5. The Student Prince .................... Band - Mr. Whitcomb, Conductor lll. 1. Thee God We Praise .... 2. Deep River ............... 3. Lord, I Wan' to be More Lovin' -- 4. Allah's Holiday, from Katinka --- 5 . ---Klein ----- Gould ----Grundman ----Rodgers ---Romberg ------arr. Tkach arr. Ringwald -arr. Kemmer -------Frlml . Deep in My Heart, Dear ------------------------ Romberg Mixed Chorus - Miss Cline, Conductor Edna Warman, Accompanist Participating Schools - Bladensburg, Mrs. Owens, Centerburg, Miss Kuhn, Danville, Miss Rice, Fredericktown, Mr. Stacey, Howard, Mrs. Ham- mond, Gambier, Mrs. Swartz, Mount Vernon, Miss Edwards and Mr. Root, St. Vincent, Sister Jane Elizabeth. Page Seventy-eight KNOX COUNTY MUSIC FESTIVAL Visiting directors were Mr. Manley R. Whitcomb of Ohio State University and Miss Sarah Cline of the Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati. Page Seventy-nine THE NATIVITY The Christmas assembly under the direction ot Miss Loraine Edwards, was presented in the form of a pageant. The actors were members of the Junior Choir. The story was told in song by the Senior Choir. The back- ground and props were made by the art department. Page Eighty Dorothy Owens, Lou Ann Koch, Mary Lou Thomas, Carol Shultz, Louella Porter, Mar- garet Graves, Accom- panist, Connie McPeek, Director, Loraine Ed- wards. Francis Mossholder, Dave Shields, Dick Gantz, Lawrence Pem- brook, Dave Gelsan- liter, Ron McGowan, Russell Hall, Maurice Jones, Lawrence Sper- ry. Mary Ellen Ewing, Sue Robeson, Louise Kerr, Mary Lou Waters, Nan- cy Hare, Anita Glover. Accompanist, P e r r y Williams ENSEMBLES Page Eighty-one mx ,A 4- mm 4 , ly 2? A 'f ew 'K ., . , Vg , ,jfs . if 4 M. ., ,I , U, ' 2 i . : w 1 f 4. X? -' 3, . ' , , :nv 5 9 1 . r A , ,4- , , 1 ' gg Kg ! as g Q 41- 253 E 4 'A I 2 5 53 ,. 5 1. 9 A Q i 5 Ia 3 2 'RW B' 3 sail 5' . wi VH. W4 , A ' 1 Q 19 N-A rn : Ri: ' Ku 4 gill s ,.. ifgigi , if 5 x 'Q 35 gf PM df ff ff fm " 3 wg n fs A 4 4 1 I' Ie' 5 ir ,Zvi 5 mi 2, CHOIR FORMAL SPGRTS Pg Eghy YELLOW JACKETS 1949 SWEET M ,,:, V . EVANS EMLICH SMITH I. IMEL D. I M L L 1 Page Eighty-seven GP' ZINNESS sea 31, YELLCW JACKETS , i e Appleton Blue Boyd Dougherty Page Eighty-eight 01. 1949 Rock Tougher Noonen Page Eighty-nine 1949 VARSITY VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM lst row: lleft to right! Gene Evans, Don Noonen, Charles Smith, Dave Appleton, Paul Colopy, Seldon Bair, Jack Sweet. 2nd row: Jack Blue, Bob Carter, Bill Emlich, Jim lmel, Bob Fry, Herbert Rock, Art Carter, Dave lmel. 3rd row: Dick Taugher, Bob Parker, Dick Shuff, Jim Legros, Nate Boyd, Fred Erlanger, Jim Goudy, Dick Zinsmeister. Left: Coach Bumpus Right: Asst. Coach Crabbs Page Ninety FOOTBALL TOP - JUNIOR HIGH - HONEY BEES Mayer, D. Fawcett, G. Fawcett, Dunham, Stream, Disbro, Rockwell, Nelson, Drake, Ewalt, Jim Lord, Anderson, Ransom, Carter, Augenstein, Pryor, Thompson, Fridline, Rush, Yoakum, Rowley, Walton, Coach Bob Fuller, Mowery, Sellers, McKee, John Lord, Baney, Stout, Frary, Dunlap, Slayman, Skeen, Newton, Gaumer, Boyd, Lonzo, Moss- holder, Grennell, Gullett, Wareham, Smith, Winegardner, Coach Don Swegan, Ro- tunno, Sweet, Henthorne, Peterson, Beeman, Tharp, Russell, Mazza, Grubb, Hess, Beck- holt, Martin, Mills, Hendershot, Rohler, Allen. BOTTOM - RESERVES B. Taylor, Higgins, Doup, Banner, Berger, Coach Spicer, Newman, Curry, Grennell, Coach Thomas, Roach, M. Taylor, Spangler, Tyson, Miller, T. Phillips, Shultz, Stream Hoyt, Paques, Bumpus, McGowan, Patterson, Burris, Leavers, Hissong, Pitkin, Bricker, McCoy, Shubert, G. Phillips, Everett, Swaggart, manager. I Page Ninety-one J YJ ff " 1 SCORES MN If 1 ' ' AND LETTERMEN J f SCORE SEPTEMBER 17-COSHOCTON-AWAY .... LOST 7- 6 SEPTEMBER 23-NEW BOSTON-AWAY .... WON 47-14 SEPTEMBER 30-BEXLEY-AWAY .........,. LOST 21 0 OCTOBER 7-UPPER ARLINGTON-HERE -- LOST 47- 0 OCTOBER 14-ST, MARYS-HERE ........ LOST 13-10 OCTOBER 21-DELAWARE-AWAY ..... LOST 1312 OCTOBER 27-GRANDVIEW-HERE ....... LOST 21- 9 NOVEMBER 4-NEWARK-HOMECOMING ...,. LOST 39- 0 NOVEMBER 11-NEW PHILADELPHIA-AWAY ,L.. ---LOST 33- 7 NOVEMBER 18-WOOSTER-AWAY ----------- LOST 58- 0 NAME LETTER YEAR -GENE EVANS 1 2 -DON NOONEN 1 1 -CHARLES SMITH BELT BUCKLE 3 -DAVE APPLETON 1 2 -PAUL COLOPY 1 2 -"SONNY" BAIR 1 3 -JACK SWEET 1 2 -JACK BLUE I 1 2 -JIM DOUGHERTY 1 I 1 -BILL EMLICH 2 -JIM IMEL MEDAL 2 -BOB FRY 1 1 -HERBERT ROCK 1 1 -DAVE IMEL MEDAL 3 -DICK TAUGHER 1 2 -DICK SHUFF TROPHY 4 -JIM LEGROS 1 1 -FRED ERLANGER 1 1 JIM GRENNELL 1 1 BILL STOUT 1 1 DARWIN SCHULTZ 1 1 Page Ninety-Iwo HOME-COMING The football queen and her attendants are elected by the varsity team. These girls are honored at the homecoming game, which was held this year, November 4. On the opposite page are the queen and her attendants. Top, bottom to top: Mary Lou Watters, Robby Curry, Queen Joyce Mondron, Joyce Stafford, Kathleen Vernon, the queen, attendants, and senior football players. Middle, lst row: Sweet, Joyce Mondron, D. lmel. 2nd row: Smith, Appleton, Emlick, Evans, Bair. 3rd row: Rock, Taugher, ShuFt, Queen and attendants at game. Bottom: Queen and attendants -- Cheerleaders Page Ninety-three FOOTBALL QUEEN Joyce Mondron N ew? - ::. I A 1 Q .. H , ii' CHEERLEADERS Top: llefl fo righfl Joyce Mondron, Nancy Hare, Julia Mossholder, Jean Reed, Robby Curry, Margarel Hart, Marilyn Hall, Barbara Riley, Donna Draper. Megaphone: Donna Draper, Marilyn Hall, Robby Curry, Julia Mossholder, Joyce Mondron, Bottom: Nancy Hare, Margarel Hart, Jean Reed, Barbara Riley. Page Ninety-seven IN THE LIME LIGHT Center plate - Sr. Cheerleaders receive chrysanfhemums from reserve cheerleaders Page Ninefy-eight Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon VQUI Xi? .1 51-1 Fir BASKETBALLSCORES 5 A, l -9 TOURNAMENT Gallon 34 Madison 22 Bexley 47 Worthington 37 Grandview 51 Delaware 32 Coshocton 41 Arlington 42 Newark 41 Academy 38 Urbana 63 Bexley 51 Coshocton 65 Grandview 62 Delaware 60 Arlington 39 Academy 48 Urbana 38 Newark 41 Columbus Rosary 43 Page One Hundred One VARSITY BASKETBALL LETTERMEN NAME Dick Shuff -- Dove lmel --- Tom Metcalf "Dippy" Evcns -- "Sonny" Bair Chuck Smith Larry Steagcrll Jim Legros -- Jim Grennell Bill Turley -- Richie Bosfin NATIONAL 'ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Bill Emlich Dove Imel Curt Moyer La O e Hundred Two rry Sfeclgall LETTER ------3 ------l ------l ------2 ------2 ------2 ------l ------l ------l ------l ------l COACH DON SWEGAN AND DICK SHUFF A boy whose name will long echo in the halls of old Mt. Vernon is Dick Shuff. He became a member of the football team as a freshman and let- tered all four years. In basketball Dick won three varsity letters as he did in track. In his four years on the gridiron Dick scored 41 touchdowns and was named to the all Ohio Football team in i948. Dick was elected captain of the basketball team in his senior year, and as a iunior he won honors on the All-Ohio Basketball team. ln track Dick was a dash man and won many honors for the Yellow Jackets. Dick was respected by all players who played with or against him whether onthe football field, basketball court, or track field. He will always be remembered as a great leader and a good sportsman both on the ath- letic field and in everyday life. Page One Hundred Three RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Bottom: lleft to rightl Colopy, Banner, Conn, Curry, Lorey, Steagall 2nd row: E. Phillips, Shultz, F. Carter, Hull, J. lmel, O. Bumpus Coach Dwight Bumpus. Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Mt. Vernon Page One Hundred Four Galion Madison Bexley Worthington Grandview Delaware Coshocton Upper Arlington Columbus Academy Urbana Newark Bexley Coshocton Grandview Delaware Upper Arlington Columbus Academy Urbana Newark JR. HIGH BASKETBALL TEAMS 9TH GRADE 3rd row: D. Miller, J. Wil- liams, K. Shira, J. Chalm- ers. 2nd row: B. Roesler, J. Brick- er, H. Swigearl, D. Fleeg- er, B. Koch. ist row. B. Shuberl, R. Mc- Coy, T. Phillips, P. Berger, D. Poling. BTH GRADE lst row: Dave Misich, Russell Mills, Jack Mowrey, Buddy Rohler, Dave Mossholder, Lee Munroe. 2nd row: Jim Hendersholl, Allan Shields, Charles Hulse, Dan Baslin, Dave Warren, Dick Fry. 3rd row: Dave Allan, Pele Fry, Clayton Smith, Yaun- cey Newman, Coach Ful- ler. 7TH GRADE lNol in order of piclurel Ronald Anderson, Harry Bas- singer, Gary Boucher, Ronnie Cline, James Curry, Jack Day, Robert Dunham, John H e 5 s, Fred Killleberger, James Lord, John Lord, Joe Mazza, Slerling Millard, Wayne McKee, John Nugent, William Pellerson, Harley Pryor, Jim Rice, William Rid- enbaugh, Keilh Rineharl, Richard Smilh, William Yoa- kum, Dale Zerull, Fred Berry, Jr., mgr., Gordon Clemenie. Page One Hundred Five CHAMPIONSHIP INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL TEAMS GIRLS' INTRAMURAL CHAMPS Leff fo right: Janice Cotton, Marilyn Hall, Lois Owen, Pauline Spearman, Barbara Hulse Phyllis Pier, Nancy Hare, Jean Reed, Helen Hollifield. BOYS' INTRAMURAL CHAMPS Left fo right: Jim Spicer, Bob Parker, Larry Sfeagall, Tom Metcalf, Dick Shuff. Page One Hundred Six JUNIOR-SENIOR BASKETBALL T h e traditional Junior Senior basketball game was played on March IO. After a r o u g I1 and tough tangle the seniors came out on top 28-26. GAME SENIOR TEAM Dave lmel, "Dip- py" Evans, Larry Steagall, T o m Metcalf, "Sonny" B air, "Chuck" Smith, Dick Shuff, and Coach Jack Sweet. SENIOR BAND Lois Owen, Jan- ice Cotton, Sta- matiaMadias, Margretta Gaum- er. ACTION SHOTS Page One Hundred Seven CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAMS Page One Hundred Eight BOYS Herbert Rock, Denny Thompson, Bill Fisher, Dick McPeek, Eddie Rucko, Stan Ransom. GIRLS Top: Phyllis Pier, Bor- barc Hulse, Helen Holli- field. Bottom: Jean Reed, Marilyn Holl, Janice Cotton, Lois Owen. 1950 TRACK TEAM lst row: left to right-Jack Blue, Dick Lorey, Bill Conn, Bill Fisher, Dick Carter, .lack Sweet, Dave lmel, Gene Evans, Joe Sellers, Robert Hauger. Standing: Assist. Coach Bumpus, Phillip Jones, John Hoyt, John Sleeper, Maurice Jones, Bob Blue, Curtis Mayer, Robert Parker, Harold Swigeart, Bill Emlich, Eddie Rucka, Oakley Reflitt, Coach Crabbs. Lettermen 1950 Fourth Varsity Letter Gene Evans, Dave lmel, Curtis Mayer. Third Varsity Letter Dick Carter, Robert Parker. Second Varsity Letter Bill Emlich, Oakley Reflitt, .loe Sellers. First Varsity Letter Jack Blue, Bill Conn, William Fisher, Robert Hauger, Phillip Jones, Don Noonen, Eddie Rucka, John Sleeper, Jack Sweet, Bobby Burris, LMgr.l School Records High .lump-Robert Parker, 5'l O". 880 Yard Run-Eddie Rucka, 2:07.9. Mile Run-Curtis Mayer, 4:43.2. Mile Relay-John Sleeper, Dick Carter, Bill Conn, Oakley Reffitt, 3:39.4. Page One Hundred Nine 1950 TRACK 700 ,,g U O ltlvx' SCORE SCORE April l llndoorsl lWonl Mount Vernon 40 Delaware Willis 37 April 13 lWonl Mount Vernon 68 V2 Galion 49 V2 April 19 lLostl April 21 lTriangular-Lostl Mount Vernon 662f3 Bexley won 75 Grand. 6 1X3 April 25 lWonl Mount Vernon 72 Westerville 46 April 27 lWonl Mount Vernon 825f6 Wooster 351f6 May 5 1Wonl Wooster Relays Mount Vernon 91 V1 Wooster 56 V2 Dover 37 Millersburg 35 Dovlestown 25 V1 Shelby 12 V2 May 10 C.B.L. 1Lostl Upper Arlington 67 V2 Mt. Vernon 59 Bexley 58 V2 Delaware 18 V2 Urbana 15 Grandview 5 V2 May 16 Upper Arlington Relays Mount Vernon lWonl 45 Upper Arlington 40 3A Bexley 40 Westerville 29 V1 Upper Sandusky 28 W Bellefontaine 17 Circleville 15 Delaware 4 3A Urbana 4 May 20 District Meet Delaware Page One Hundred Ten ATHLETIC ANTICS P9 OHd 1950 BASEBALL TEAM Dwaine Drake, Bob Patterson, Jack Cline, Wayne Levers, Jim Grennell, Gordon Lam- billotte, Chuck Gillolly, Jim Dougherty, Barry Roessler, Coach Fuller, Marvin Vannatta, Bob George, Richie Bastin, Bill Stout, Jim Legros, Bill Dougherty, Norm Steagall, Coach Swegan. Page One Hundred Twelve Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Mount Vernon xl BASEBALL SCORES 7 Arlington 9 Academy 4 Bexley 7 Delaware O Newark 3 Academy l Arlington 0 Bexley I Grandview Grandview Delaware G O L F S C O R E S 8112 Delaware 10 Urbana 2 Coshocton 9 Academy l3 V2 Delaware IO V2 Urbana 6 Granville 14 Granville 2 Newark 5 V1 Newark TENNIS SCORES 0 Grandview - l Delaware 0 Academy l Bexley 0 Grandview 0 Delaware 0 Academy Bexley Arlington l0Ul'I'lCITl6nl 7Vz 6 10 7 2V2 5V2 10 2 10 l0V2 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 Page One Hundred Thirteen SPRING SPORTS , . TENNIS TEAM David Misicka, David Ogg, Carl Galleher, David Shields, Bob Carter, Jerry Galleher Coached by Mr. Rex Murphy. GOLF TEAM Jim Sellers, Bill Turley, Don Lambillotle, Dave Gelsanlifer, Jerry Knox, Art Carter Coached by Tommy Thomas. Page One Hundred Fourteen ART I 2. K lg .mi YE. 3 Y . V , ff, wi . JH' 3 m wx 4 Q ,E-M Wk 'hr w NJ H Ill? Hi xl .maids S , OILS CLUB The Oils Club members for the current year have numbered 25. Every member has completed two acceptable oil paintings and several members have painted more than two oils. The students meet once a month tor an evening and then continue their paintings in their regular art class periods. Earnest ettort has been noted through the year and much enioyment has resulted from experimentation in this medium. Several oil paintings from this year's group were submitted to the National Scholastic Exhibition in Pittsburgh. We hope to achieve some recognition. The oFficers for this year are president, Donna Mintier, vice-president, Robert Walton, treasurer, Brenda Olson, secretary, Margaret Hart, adviser, Miss Lewis. In addition to the regular meetings, two social meetings are enioyed each year. This year the first social event was an initiation and hayride, the second a pot luck dinner and movies in the art room. Membership is dependent upon ability and achievement in Art. Page One Hundred Seventeen Q PARADE OF THE MONTHS The Art Department pre- sented an Assembly in March called the PARADE OF THE MONTHS with llO students participating. Each month of the year was presented in tableau and music. June, be- ing the month of weddings, found the Mock Wedding Ceremony of Doris Banner and Don Smith. The officiat- ing minister was Dave Mc- Kay. The month of Decem- ber saw Santa Claus dash across the stage to the tune of Up on the Housetop. Jim Spicer played the part of Santa, The climax of the tab- leau was February, with Old Glory waving in a breeze, and .lean Willis portrayed Miss Liberty. The song ac- companying this scene, was America The Beautiful. Page One Hundred Eighteen ACTIVITIES fl X X I THE JACKET JOURNAL - NEWSPAPER Editor Business Manager Bobbie Jeanne Fry Pot George Pgo HddT fy in r JACKET JOURNAL STAFF 223 ff? J "" Q 3? , J J ,, 3 we Top row: llett to rightl Jane Long, Joyce Mondron, Dorothy Belt, Marlene Griffin, David Shields, Tom Metcalf. 2nd row: Stanley Fawcett, Jeannette Dotson, David McKay, Mary Pat Rahming, Sue Lewis, Perry Williams, Bill Turley. 3rd row: David lmel, Carolyn Brandt, Mary Katheryn Lee, Barbara Klein, Janice Cot- ton, Robby Curry, Martha Fawcett. THE FORUM YEARBOOK Editor Business Manager Sandra Pitkin Davida Kahrl Page One Hundred Twenty-Two b if H A, iA 3 . . . i. P". 'K 5 esugw vs- 1-5, 455 . f , QS -1 r wi.. . A..,.L ,.. .. y . -2 . '- .. . ,zi fff '--'H.:f .,:- 7 I a s I- 515-,.,.- E: , .MMR rr XS' ' i Q Q. n me---,, . f 5 'A' B 1.4. :r -ev STAFF Sea, ol-52" 5 7' J R ll 1 I 'D qi V ,1 Clockwise: Bill Ferguson, photographer, Louise Ralston, subscription mgr., Jim Sellers, aclv,, Delbert Koch, subsc., Alice Magill, music, Lois Benton, subsc., Donna Shrimplin, adv., Dean Reeder, adv. mgr., Hal Walker, adv., Brenda Olson, arf, Bob Brillhart, subsc., Donna Mintier, co-editor. Page One Hundred Twenfy-ihree PUBLICATION PERSONALITIES XXX, t Top left: 7th period in 127. Top right: Photographer Ferguson at work I?l Bottom left: Lois, Louise, Pat, and Davida's tonsils selling Forum subscriptions. Bottom right: Witchcraft as produced in Forum assembly. Page One Hundred Twenty-tour FORUM QUEEN JOYCE MONDRON Page One Hundred Twenty-five lm vm 'Nl .W 'HS-I FORUM FANTASY Presented by the l95O Forum Staff Alumni Auditorium, April 2l JOYCE MONDRON - FORUM QUEEN PROLOGUE Mistress of Ceremonies ...,,e,.....,......,,..,. ,,.,.. S andra Pitkin "One April Evening" ..,,,.,.,,...........A .... Y - s , ,,A.,A.... Ron McGowan "A Dream ls a Wish Your Heart Makes"-The Dreamer ,,,A.,,. Carol Schreckengast Court Dance -,,,.,.....,,.,.,.,..,,,v,... Duet, Ron McGowan, Barbara Riley Senior Court ........,..,.......A., Pat Rahming, Dave Appleton, Janice Cotton, Bob Tier, Julia Mossholcler, George Bumpus, Louise Ralston, Don Fry, Pauline Spearman, Hal Walker, Helen Hollifield, Rodney Vernon. Junior Court .............. Barbara McKinley, Don Noonen, Mary Lou Watters, Jim lmel, Sue Robeson, Charles Titus, Joyce StaFford, Seldon Bair, Beverly Magill, Tommy O'Connor, Ethel Vernon, John Richards, Barbara Riley, Don Curry. "Dreamer's Holiday " c,,,.,.....,,,.s,..., Dick Gantz, Gertrude Kittleberger Fan Fare ..,,.,.... ..,..,...,.v.. B ill Root, Roger Rian, Bill Conard PROCESSION Junior Attendants --, .s,,. Kathleen Vernon, Jean Reed, Virginia Eagle Escorts ....,. .,,.,., D ick Shuff, Paul Colopy, Larry Steagall Senior Attendants . - -,Robby Curry, Doris Banner, Stamatia Madias Escorts - ,,.. , Crown Bearers -,- FORUM QUEEN ..,. - Queen's Escort -W - - - - - ,Dave lmel, Paul Burns, John Ackerman - , - s - - s -Diane Reeder, Eugene Kouba - - - - -.... - -JOYCE MONDRON - , , - - -Charles Smith Page One Hundred Twenty-seven PROGRAM "Lady of Spain"-Organ Solo .............................. Monica Jackson Dance of the Robots .......... Barbara Beroth, Kay Stream, Carolyn Colgin, Shirley Wells, Barbara Scott, Marlene Kline, Kay Dennis, Norma Jean Fetter Juggler ................................. .,.... .... .... ......... J o e S ellers Solo Dance ...... --- ..., ......... .,.... ...... . . ..... . . --- .... -- .,.... ..... - Zelma Lee "Anniversary Song"-Vibraharp and Organ--Elizabeth Ann Gaines, Monica Jackson "Dearie" ....................... ' ...........,. ...... D ave Shields, Louise Kerr Duel ............ ............... J erry Galleher, Marvin Vannatta, Jim Sellers Piano Solo .,.... ,,., - - -..- - ...... ...,.. ......... .... - - - ...... J eannette Dotson Mirror Act ........................... ,.,. .... ...... - .... .... J o h n Lord, Jim Lord "lf l Knew You Were Coming" ...... Carol Dunham, Sally Pryor, Sue Heighton, Janet Berger, Shirley Tier, Mary Poland Two Pianos ....................... ,...,. ..... - - -Sally Tabor, Edna Warman Learning To Drive - -- ........................ Barbara Klein, Tom Metcalf KEYNOTE SCENE "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning" ...... Maids-Connie McPeek, Lou Ann Koch, Carol Shultz, Dorothy Owen, Mary Lou Thomas, Louella Porter, Margaret Graves Students ................... Joan MoH'itt, Nancy Hare, Fred Erlanger, Rosemarie Allen, Lanning Porterfield, Bob Brillhart "Enioy Yourself" .............. Patty Parnell, Winnie Rucka, Barbara McMahon "Johnson Rag" --- ...... .... - - .... -- .,.. ---Lou Ann and Delbert Koch Firemen -------.-- - ....,. --..--.. ----- .,.... ------- B i ll Turley, Richie Bastin "Music, Music, Music" - ----------------------- Floramae Tuttle, Bob Walton "Home Town Band" ---- ..---Root's Tooters, Patty Scott, Jean Warman, Mary Jo Tier Barber Shop Ensemble ---- .... - -Dave Shields, Francis Mossholder, Dick Gantz, David Gelsanliter, Carl Galleher, Ron McGowan, Maurice Jones, Larry Pembrooke, Law- rence Sperry, Russell Hall, Perry Williams, accompanist "A Lovely Lake in Loveland" ----- Dick Gantz, Donna Draper, Queen and Attendants "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine" ---------- Tom Metcalf, John Wareham, Larry Epstein "Gimme a Little Kiss" -.-... -.----.--.------- D ean Reeder, Barbara Klein Skaters .--...- ..- - .... .----- . .- ---- .... - - ........ Mary Jo Tyson, Larry Williams "Deep Purple"-Two Pianos --..---.-.....------ Edna Warman, Monica Jackson "Candy and Cake" .--.-------------- Janet Vannatta, Janet Bouton, Rachel Daley "Talk of the Town"-Piano and Organ -----.-------- Monica Jackson, Tom Metcalf "Look for the Silver Lining" -.-- Margaret Hart, Leva Levering, Elaine Wright, Phyllis Pier, Gloria Mahon, Dorothy Meek, Ruth Fish, Mary Jo Swadner, Mary K. Lee, Nancy Lannoy, Ruth Gillooly I Wanta Go Home With You" ------..--..--. ...... -------.----,-----. A c tors FINALE "Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland" PRODUCTION STAFF: , Director - ----------- Junior High Dance --.. Dances -......-.-- Music --..---....--- Coronation ------ Stage Manager - - -- Lighting --.---- Decorations - -.. Hi-Y Acts ..-.- Head Usher --- Properties - - - in the production. - - - -Sara Cannon - .... -.-..--- M ary Kaler ...- .... .-..-.... B everly Meier --- -.,--Bill Root, Loraine Elwards ----Robby Curry, Pearl Carpenter ..- .... ....-.... .... - - Bob Bennet ---Jim Kousoulas, Ruth Truxall - - -Mary Ellen Ewing, Lyle Barnes - .... ...-.. ........ - - -Dan Langell .. ...............-- Marlene Griffin -..--..---Donna Shrimplin, Esta Lee Parker All members of the publications staff and iournalism classes have had some part ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Shellmar Corporation Page One Hundred Twenty-eight Walker Lumber Company .I Q fs 1, 3, Q bf I ia ggi 1 3 iii 'gi l , 422' f 4- 11 ' ' f",...'f- WE Vi' ,Ana l WW W ,wh K E 3 6 R -. gf 'Alf sf A .gn if R 5 A 5 ,vis i3't,,?f X w -4 'L iw N S? Y I Q., W if . Q Q., ,, 2- if H ,V..V,A.,. 5 l v ' if il' ,. Q35 ' ,hM,3,.. Q 3 I ai! 5 CLASSROOMS ON THE STAGE This year open house was held for the parents on the evening of November 3, on the stage in the auditorium. Sample classes were conducted by the teachers to show the parents how their children are educated. Music for the occasion was provided by the Girls' Glee Club under the direction of Miss Loraine Edwards. Refreshments were served in the home economics room following the program. Top: Mr. Yarman's eighth grade geography class in discussion. Mr. Highman leads his business 10 class General science class with Mr. Robeson in the background. Mrs. Cass's American history class carrying on a panel discussion. Geometry class listening to Mrs. Baker's instructions. Publications class trying to get their news written as Miss Cannon keeps order. Page One Hundred Thirty-two 3' F591 1 358553 5 .V..J' S S Q 2' raimg' -f 2 'As +3 , s , 4, ' aiiiff ,, jf' ff 1-'K , ww 5 . ,.,... 3 + H !f?b??:x E L -v 5 f I V ww-lv 5 f gi W' fi ,Q I x Q yg 1 ' 33 yy I ff bww 8 ,wg 53 K S ,ln W . ,mffyg .ff 45? Z.l7?'L?51?L -mi, . 4 1 , W ...nn-,.b, , X' X, Y' A 3 ffl Yr " M' T14 . " f42ff2NflF""a"'4rQ'lf'll2U I IIIIB. S-an HOME EC PROJECT Pictured below are some home economic girls in the blouses they made. TOP- 'lst row: lleft to right? Mona Koon, Ethyl Woods, Joann Hamilton. 2nd row: Arlene Lanning, Bernice Lunsford, Alice Robinson, Patsy Hottinger, Sonia Fridline. BOTTOM- lst row: lleft to rightl Ruth Edminster, Maxine Bumpus, Nancy Waddell. 2nd row: Nora Snow, Barbara Jones, Bonnie Atherton, Barbara Davis, Nancy Metcalf. Page One Hundred Thirty-four PI CTURE DAY October7,l949 Every year early in the tall large groups of students are scheduled tor class and club pictures. Last tall the date was October seventh. While the photographer was waiting for group changes, several amateur pho- tographers were busy. The results are on the opposite page. Page One Hundred Thirty-five ? , if ' I gg, 'H fm I A w, Q5 if. ,ln .gdninif J r l ,gf-, Q if 'W 'M Q5 IV if ' If " 4 - A ww.: A 4 2 ' 1Q"4 is . M ' K- -r ' - ,E-. V , r b , , Y A I X A " 'X '21, V .f., 4 fb . L 5 332' w , 5"' 1 "f"f3f -A-.iid uw f ' , 'Q' Q' 'uf ' if W9 ,- -ff'j". ah-gl V Nw,,, ' uf -fs , ff! Q A X I l. if W we ,N ,if ' Nj F as H-L , gg ' ,R 3-1, J Wi? 47? Q' N .Q Q W , f 'R W f is Sf' 5 9, A Sf G. 4, ,, as-A 756' 'S , .,A. gkfgswff A in , 1 EL n as wie Q , YEARS AGO A Comedy in Three Acts by Ruth Gordon Alumni Auditorium, Thursday Evening, November 17, 1949 THE CAST Clinton Jones, My Father --- ......... ---Curtis Mayer Annie Jones, My Mother ------- ------ L ois Benton Ruth Gordon Jones, Me ---------- ------- B renda Olson Katherine Follett, My Best Friend ----- ---- B arbara McKinley Anna Witham, My Next Best Friend ---- ---- M uriel Epstein Fred Whitmarsh, a Beau ---------. ---- P at George Mr. Sparrow, Who Owned a Wagon --- ---Dean Reeder Mr. Bagley, from the Y.M.C.A. ------ ---.--- B ill Emlich Miss Glavin, from out to Brookline ---- ---- M ary Noltsinger Punk, Our Cat ---------------------------------------- A Cat The scene is our dining room-sitting room at l4 Elmwood Avenue, Wollas- ton, Massachusetts. ACT ONE: An evening in January, years ago. ACT TWO: Scene One: The next evening. Scene Two: The next afternoon. ACT THREE: Five months later, June. About eleven o'clock in the morning. PRODUCTION STAFF Director .------- --------------------- R uth Domigan Truxall Stage Manager ---- ----- ---------------------- D a ve lmel Stage Crew ---- -------------- P erry Williams, Norman Gaines, Bill Everett, Lawrence Sperry, David Gelsanliter, Kenneth White, Frank Butler, Donald Stout, Dave Sellers, Harry Walton. Electricians ------- ---- L awrence Pembrook, Jack Caldwell Sound Eftects -------- ------------------- D avida Kahrl Property Committee ---- ---Sandra Pitkin, Donna Shrimplin, Dorothy Meek, Dee Olson, Marilyn Hofmann, Louise Ralston. Ticket Committee --- ------------------ Sara Cannon, Sue Robeson, Doris Hillier, Mary Lou Watters, Perry Williams, Jeannette Frye, Dorothy Meek, Davida Kahrl. Head Usher ---- --------------------- D olores Simmons Page One Hundred Thirty-nine OFF A PEWTER PLATTER A Comedy in Two Acts by Robert and Lillian Masters Alumni Auditorium, Friday Evening, March 31, 1950 THE CAST lln the order in which they speakl Urania Dorn -- ............................. Susan Robeson Grandpa --- .... David Shields Aggie .... ---Ann Ackerman Toots ---- ---- G ene Lewis Buddy ------- ---Jerry Galleher Aunt Isabel --- ---- Patty Fletcher George Dorn --- ---- James Imel Davy Dorn --- ---Perry Williams Debbie Dorn -------- -------- M uriel Epstein Stephen Ranes - ----- ----------- D avid Gelsanliter P. T. A. Ladies Auxiliary -- ---------- Naoma Jane Leasure, Doris Hillier, Arlene Mossholder Principal Whittaker --- -------------- Carl Galleher Soroity Girls: Natalie ----- ------ S ue Lewis Dottie --- ---Dolores Simmons Joan ----- ------ J ean Reed lk wk :li Radio Announcer --- -------------------- ---James Kousoulas SCENE SYNOPSIS The action ofthe play takes place in one ofthe older, average, middle-western towns. Time: The present Page One Hundred Forty lContinued one page 19Il -1. .. f W M 1. .2 4 5 J www - M- Ny . . , lm.:-zfgfgfk we aw 1 N . . A 2 ' N ' 32 Z is 1- - . A ,LII fp, H35 'K , K . ' 1:,1:,3:Kirgf"1wsAg,-595312xjrffgs w,f2Q2"f' 1' ,J 1- J BP 'fu Q .1,fifmgg:ffa, 1 Q1 X fm5 Qf.f :L,fi -Mmf.,mam,g Q' W , g. :.'z.,fE 1: 4 " ig L,. .,,.. . W.-.W V xv. . 1 A mm . . LL..,A E zil: ,X . TW, Q -' f Q 1 H-gmt fy . ' 3 2 ? : 5 -wig Wggsi, Q N 5: ' I S A E 5 , Q, 3 I K Y Q , 'gif A .5 f' 'X ' 7? 5 win Q0 Reza? "N-M-.-..,g K' i .ww 1 I V The Senior Class Play COME RAIN OR SHINE Alumni Auditorium, Friday, May 12, 1950 A Light Comedy in Three Acts by Mariiane and Joseph Hayes Cast of Characters lln the order in which they speakl Mrs. Grayson --- ........................... ..... L ois Benton Glenn Grayson ....... .... D elbert Koch Mr. Grayson .......... ---Stanley Fawcett Jacqueline Uacl Grayson --- ----- Janice Cotton Helen --------------- .--- D onna Shrimplin Mrs. Sparks ---- --.---- B renda Olson Irene Holden -- ---- Bobbie Jeanne Fry Agnes Holden --- ---.--- Sandra Pitkin Dan Lyons ..--. .---- D ean Reeder Rosemary March - - - - - -Robby Curry Dick. Clements --- ---- David Imel Julia March ---- ---- S ue Barncord Ella Stone --- ---Louise Ralston Fred Murro -- ---- Curtis Mayer Anne Barry ---- -.---------------- ---- F e rn Rinehart SYNOPSIS OF SCENES The scene is the porch of the Grayson's summer cottage located on the shores of a lake about forty miles from a large city. ACT ONE: Afternoon of a day in June. ACT TWO: Scene l: Two weeks later--afternoon. Scene 2: The following evening. ACT THREE: Three days later-evening of the Fourth of July. PRODUCTION STAFF Director -------- -------------------------- R uth Domigan Truxall Stage Manager ---- ----------.----------------------- B ob Brillhart Stage Crew ---- ---Bob Bennett, David McKay, Forrest Clutter, Roger Rian, Bob Parker, Jack Sweet Electricians --------- ------------ B urton Connell, Pat George, Terry Wells Property Committee ---- --.- J ane Long, Jeannette Dotson, Maxine Cochran, Carolyn Doup, Barbara Main, Ron McGowan Tickets --.- - --Beryl Highman, Jeannine Dew, Betty Bond, Phyllis , Vernon, Willis Butler, Jim Gray Head Usher --- -------------.-----.--- Norma Jean Newton Page One Hundred Forty-two K A 9352? Hlf' .. me s aff Six W A Ke +s 5: Aw xg: 'W kk l xy, x Qi 'Sify L. K ' iii' 9 YW" U . "ills , 'fi I.: ' V .lf 16 if 1 91 E? 5 ' ge is X 5 1 Q Aa ,, . M ., ,, wwf, , ,X J my ax' E.. -QA, - ,a ? "'W , If QV , f MP aw f- fff , f : A K . L-,. 3 bu :sir A? in X M y . - 5233 4 fe Wishisgh y .Wi N-2-Q.. . 'A Q g. S, V W J 4' K-56 1 x x., Q. tr., 7 ,Q .na I,-,ery '55 P"l""7 ,. f -'Qu M , lf I i is 5 , '-. . 1 A -,xikbsjb ww , -z' . . it zv s V Mc, , .. . f 4 , K -. Q -Q. , , 4 Y, f 5 I? a mf JS 11 2 K fimpw w ,awk -Q: PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS xx The FORUM staff appreciates the contributions of the following patrons John L. Baube, M.D. John C. Drake, M.D. Robert L. Eastman, M.D. R. H. Hoecker, M.D. George B. lmhott, M.D. H. Clifford Johnson, M.D. Howard E. Kiracofe, O.D J. J. Koch, D.O. James F. Lee, M.D. J. Fred Minnich, D.D.S. Gordon H. Pumphrey, M.D. Lamar S. Reynard, D.D.S. J. W. Sellers, D.D.S. B. B. Sturtevant, D.D.S. T Roger A. Tarr, D.D.S. Charles D. Tramont, M.D. Creed Jopling Lester, Prosecuting Attorney Robert W. Levering, Attorney at Law W. Thurman Todd, Attorney at Law Charles M. Zelkowitz, Attorney at Law James Earl, Earl's Beauty Parlor Max Weinberger, Elaine Shop Q'-s b-u Page One Hundred Forty-six SENIOR CLASS WILL Rosemarie Allen: Leaves her boisterous manner to Ruth Gillooly. Dave Appleton: Bequeaths his tardy slips to Carl Galleher. Sonny Bair: Wills his glasses to Don Curry. Doris Banner: Bequeaths her artistic ability to Mr. Walton. Sue Barncord: Leaves Hazzily. Dorothy Belt: Wills her dainty language to Monica Jackson. Virginia Bebout: Leaves her questions to Birdie. Robert Bennett: Wills his acting to Mrs. Truxall. Lois Benton: Leaves her master mind to oncoming remedial Math students. Peg Bergin: Leaves on a motorcycle. Dave Black: Leaves tor Millersburg and Gloria. Betty Bond: Bequeaths her diamond ring to Dotty Meek. Bob Brillhart: Wills his ability to find female lab. partners to his brother. Carolyn Brandt: Leaves Dick's old test papers to the underclassmen. Willie Butler: Leaves his red hair to Miss Kaler. Dick Carter: Wills his height to Bill Turley. Creta Carter: Leaves to enter her horse in the Kentucky Derby. Forrest Clutter: Bequeaths his toni to Mimi Legros. Maxine Cochran: Leaves her ability to play basketball to the seventh grad- ers. Jack Coe: Leaves, or does he? Carrol Conger: Wills his position as drum major to Weston Augestine. Bert Connell: Bequeaths his love of poetry to Miss Koons. Janice Cotton: Wills her height to the basketball team. Robby Curry: Leaves her blushing to Floramae Tuttle. Annabelle Davis: Leaves her sister Jo Ann to carry on with the parties. Jeannine Dew: Wills her timid ways to Phyllis Pier. Jeannette Dotson: Leaves with Curtis. Jim Dougherty: Leaves his title of most eligible bachelor to Jim lmel. Jean Doup: Leaves for Brandon. Donna Draper: Leaves after successfully trying to get Paul Colopy's name in the Senior Class Will. Janet Durbin: Leaves her basketball ability to the 8th graders. Bill Emlick: Wills his wisecracks to anyone with the nerve and talent. Gene Evans: Leaves to ioin Joanne. Bob Evans: Leaves: was he ever in school? Reed Ewart: Wills his big bass horn to anyone who can master it. Keith Ewers: Bequeaths his cast, hoping, no one will ever need it. Martha Fawcett: Wills her numerous admirers to Joyce Stafford. Stanley Fawcett: Leaves Physics in a daze. Bill Ferguson: Leaves Mrs. Baker in peace. Bobbie Jean Fry: Leaves her IQ to certain teachers. Don Fry: Leaves to go where the wild goose goes. Louise Ralston: Leaves to go hunting. Dick Gantz: Leaves Miss Edwards in the care of Janet Conger. Page One Hundred Forty-seven MWWMMMWWWNWWWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEES2353EEEEE QEEEWEWE E x E E li IE I3 El I3 IE E M 5 E21 I3 EI I3 IZ! X E E E E E lid E M E E E M E M F3 E M E my X E E? E M E M1 M T IBI L M rf pg E M ' M Pg lm 1 M 5 M E M Q M E M E M 7 X 5 H B M E M Ml H M zz 551 E M E M E 5 gg The Oldest Transportation System in Mount Vernon gli X E EE E 5 E M IE M M E 41410 ZUNE CAB 41410 5 E S S Q CENTRAL OHIO COACH LINE X X E E E , I Bus Avallable for Charter 2 5 2 K h 5 E eep your group toget er S E Z E E E S REASONABLE RATES 5 S E E 2 g FULLY INSURED g E E E 5 GEORGE WAGNER MAURICE HAYES Q E EEEMMMEMEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEKEEKEEEBMMMMB Page One Hundred Forfy-eighf CLASS WILL iContinuedi Margretta Gaumer: Leaves for Bob. Pat George: Leaves talking as usual. Dick Gillooley: Wills his ability to master English to Gertrude Kittleberger. Clara Mae Gossett: Leaves for Business School. Jim Goudy: Leaves for parts unknown and Barbara to the wolves. Jim Gray: Leaves the class's treasury to next year's treasurer. Marlene GriHin: Leaves for the tender arms of Dwight. Dorothy Hale: Leaves for the skating rink. Dixie Lee Hall: Leaves "Bunny" to carry on. Marilyn Hall: Leaves for Jack, Bill, who knows? Bob Hauger: Wills his merit badges to Johnny McKinley. Barbara Hendrickson: Bequeaths her Texas drawl to Jerry Galleher. Bernita Henthorn: Leaves to manage lsaly's. Helen Hollifield: Leaves her athletic ability to Mary Lou Wintermute. Betty Hottinger: Leaves her quiet ways to Sue Robeson. Jean Houck: Wills Room 31 to Mr. Owens. Dave lmel: Leaves his title "Lover Boy" to Perry Williams. Phyllis Jacobs: Bequeaths her blue eyes to Ann Titus. Davida Kahrl: Wills Kenyon College to Cynthia Coolidge. Barbara Klein: Bequeaths her red hair to the Fire Department. Delbert Koch: Wills Nobil's to anyone who wants it. Mary K. Lee: Leaves her black hair to Edna Warman. Zelma Lee: Leaves for Ohio State to become a lab. technician. Leva Levering: Leaves her flirty eyes to anyone who can master the con- sequences. Jane Long: Bequeaths her quiet ways to Barbara Morris. Mary Madias: Leaves her French pronunciation to the lst year French stu- dents. Stamatia Madias: Leaves the underclassmen weaping over her departure. Alice Magill: Bequeaths her singing ability to Muriel Epstein. Curt Mayer: Leaves his track ability to next year's team. Dave McKay: Bequeaths his plaids to the Irish. Doris McKee: Leaves to become a full-time housewife. Nadine McKenzie: Leaves her laughter ringing in the halls. Bob McMillian: Wills his dark hair to Paul Colopy. Kay McNamara: Leaves to ioin the Navy. Tom Metcalf: Bequeaths Dotty to the iuniors. Donna Mintier: Leaves wondering it she should stay and watch over Bob next year. Joyce Mondron: Leaves her trim clothes to the freshmen girls. Georgiann Morris: Leaves for Kenyon. Alice Mossholder: Leaves with "Dutch" to wear wooden shoes. Julia Mossholder: Leaves for iBob and Sandy'si. Ned Mossholder: Leaves. Norma Newton: Leaves to meet John at Rex Billiardsaf Mary Noffsinger: Leaves to keep Jack away from Fredericktown. Brenda Olson: Leaves to star in Thorton WiIder's next play. Page One Hundred Forty-nine EEIIEEEEEIIEEEEEEQEEEEEEEAQ32213233121EEEElEHif-Iif-IEIHIEEmmigilmilmilililmylmwmilziijQQIEEEPEEYIWEWEIEIEIE ML E CQ V5 IE I3 EI fi E1 'E El E EI E El E B E E IE! ISI '31 E1 'Ei EI E El '31 IZI Q El 5 PETTI 5 5 TONI E OAOE 5 DERBY Q LOETIES 5 IZ! REVLON E RHYTHM Q EB JANTZEN E BARBIZON EE CATALINA E PETER PAN Q DEBUTOGS SEAMPRLIEE ILINY BOND Q E SPORTLEIOH E VASSARETTE X, E LASSIE MAIB E E MISS TODAY E 5 TEENA PAIGE E JUNIOR FIRST at CAROLE KING - 1 9 IEANNE BARRIE R 1 I1 g VV 21 t S E SHIP 'N' SHORE E TRUDY HALL JR. Q CAROL BENSON '869' ' 950 5 ELIZABETH ARDEN E MISS YOUTH FORM Wil E lil 321 IE IX 'Ig VZ lg lg Ig fi El 5: I-Ei I-gf If If If fi' 'ff fi' W V33 52 Iii 5? 52 'ZF Y ff 'E IQ EI FF E 'EI TE 23 F fi? EI Im W If IF If RI Y? Ig! I-8-I V V I' I- 15 WI 3 If IXI Iii? IE IE E I5 IH I9 I9 If If I9 If FZ? V9 Ii IE Page One Hundred Fifty CLASS WILL l Continued! Lois Owen: Leaves to ioin Joe at the altar. Louie Owen: Leaves to explain Einstein's theory to Einstein. Esta Lee Parker: Leaves her clicking heels to Mr. West. Bob Parker: Leaves to train for the 1952 Olympics. Lawrence Pembrook: Wills his bass "Edna" to Nancy Ireland. JoAnn Peugh: Bequeaths her books to Bill Stout. Norman Phillips: Leaves Sue to walk in the halls alone. Sandra Pitkin: Bequeaths her emotions to Mrs. Truxall. Phyllis Pryor: Leaves to become a second Florence Nightingale. Mary Pat Rahming: Wills her blond hair to Mary Lou Watters. Dean Reeder: Leaves lwithout Donnal. Oakley Reffitt: Leaves his track ability to Creston Cline. Roger Rian: Leaves to follow in his father's footsteps. Fern Rinehart: Wills her place in the swing band to Merill Monk. Herb Rock: Leaves to ioin the Cleveland Indians. Pat Romine: Leaves to join Shirley Temple in Hollywood. Keith Schouton: Leaves to take up boxing. Jim Sellers: Leaves Ruth in the care of his brother. Joyce Shira: Leaves in her usual quiet way. Donna Shrimplin: Leaves her fine literature to Miss Mann. Dick Shuff: Leaves Jeffery Chalmers to follow in his footsteps. Sonny Simmons: Leaves to learn how to get wings for the "Rockets Lois Simpson: Leaves to join Harry. Chuck Smith: Leaves his bashful ways towards women to Don Wagstaff Herb Snow: Leaves his bashfullness to Jim Legros. Dick Sorenson: Leaves to join the wrestling matches. Pauline Spearman: Leaves to help Hal chase sheep. Jim Spicer: Leaves to coach Notre Dame. Clarabelle Springer: Leaves thinking how she will miss "Louie." Larry Steagall: Leaves for Virginia and we don't mean the South Martha Storey: Wills her quiet ways to the underclassmen. Pat Sutton: Leaves to spend more time with her horse. Jean Ann Swain: Is glad to iust plain leave. Jack Sweet: Wills all 15 of his sweethearts to his little brother Jim Dick Taugher: Bequeaths his physic to Wayne Levers. Beverly Tier: Leaves for Sunset lpooli. Juanita Thompson: Wills her timid giggle to Bill Ward. Phyllis Vernon: Leaves to become a housewife. Rodney Vernon: Wills his motorscootor to Miss Koons. Marie Wagner: Leaves for Hollywood. Hal Walker: Bequeaths the remains of his truck to Sidney Ben. Carolyn Warman: Leaves to meet Abby. Caroll Welker: Wills his neat appearance to Paul Colopy. Terry Wells: Wills his height to John Hoyt. Gene Wittenmeyer: Leaves Jean Warman in the hands of Audrey Wright Page One Hundred Fifty one , fillil El El IE El lil Bl B lil lil lil lil lil E IZ! E El Q9 li E lm lil IE lil IE IEE D31 ll! B51 li lil L19 li lg E lil! Mt. Vernon City S li E E Laundry and Cleaners 0 Fur Storage 5 o ninth-Proofing E 0 Water-Repellent 5 2 42271 Phones 61701 g 203 -205 W. High Q lil 51 EEEE.lZlEEEl3lIZliliEliliEllElZlZIliIEElZllEEll2Zll2ZIEEElElEllZIlF.llElZlZl FIB E B B E lil H lil lil E4 F E11 E lil li El E11 El L51 lm Bl Bl Ml M1 l! El Z1 Dsl las Bl lm lzl Bl Bl El Eli! 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Clerk lBilll Nor Bill Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? m So what! So help you. Judge lDave! Do you plead guilty or not guilty? Defendent lNorml What's the difference? Judge lDavel Twenty years! Defendent lNorm! Innocent. Attorney lRogl Do you deny- Defendent lNorm! I'm not denying anything. Attorney lRog! That's irrelovent to the question. Do you deny opening the mail of Louise Ralston? Defendent lNorml Rog Nor No, but oh, what I found! Yes, yes. limpatientl m That Don Fry is the Distributor for the Four Conrstalks Beverage Co. operated by John Ewart, President, lst Vice Pres.-Hubert Snow, 2nd Vice Pres.-Willis Butler, 3rd Vice Pres.-Forrest Clutter, 4th Vice Pres.-Dave Black, 5th Vice Pres.-Oakly Reffitt. Rog Defense rests. lBob B. Rolls in cot.l Curt Do you feel iustified in opening any of these letters? Norm Yes. Because I found one of the iury, Mary K. Lee, unqualified. Curt Why? Norm Because she's trying to start a New Civil War. 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Do you swear- lt's against my better iudgment. I don't swear. Uudge bangs gavell Chief Chemist at Heinz 57 Varieties. IWith Black Bookl Address? What have you got to do with this case? I saw Rodney Vernon poisoning one of our 57 Varieties. Judge Norm Oh, you'II find out. Curt Defense rests. Bill Jean Bill Occupation? Jean Bill Rog Jean Dave McKay Which one? Jean l Tomato soup. Mary Noffsinger Oh, my lunch! ldashes oft stagel Rog Defense rests. Judge Who was that? Curt Mary Noffsinger, gym teacher at the local high school. Judge Disqualified. Bailiff Tom Metcalf. Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? Tom I do. Bill Occupation? Tom I iust quit the presidency of Kaiser-Frazer. Curt Why? Tom ' The funds ran out. Curt Who pulled the plug? 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Curt Now what are you going to do? Tom Join Stanley Fawcett's company. He's iust invented the Washington Continental, the successor of the Lincoln Continental. Judge That brings another iuror into the case. Disqualified! Stanley lPopping up.l lPIaying chess with Reed Ewartl No, I can't leave. Gotta finish this game of chess. .ludge Shall we proceed with the case? Curt Has anyone ever tampered with your mail? Tom Yes. When I received a letter from Doris Banner, my designer for auto treads. By the way, have you seen our latest model, Pat Rahming? Ooh La La. Curt Have you positive proof that this letter was opened by Norman? Norm lbreaking inl .... .... .... Even if I did open that letter I found out that the scientists Jack Sweet, Rosemarie Allen, Lois Benton, and Louis Owen's formula for checkered tires didn't work so they have started on an H. Bomb. This Helium bomb also turned out for the worse finally blowing them to Helium. Tom I don't have the exact proof that he opened that letter. Curt I rest the case. Rog No questions. I wish to call the defendant back to the stand. Bill Norman Phillips to the stand. Rog If you did not open the letter how did you know about the bomb? Norm That is not all I know either. I found out that Dean "Bookie" Reader and Pat George who are partners in Gay Gaieties are no longer gay. Janice Cotton "the bubble queen" with her chorus--Marlene Griffin, Kay McNamara, Peggy Bergen, Mar- gretta Gaumer, Phylis Pryor, Julia Mossholder, Alice Mossholder, Marilyn Hall, Dorothy Hale, and Jim Goudy with his trained mice escaped. A riot was caused when "Big Mouse Hunter," Dick Gillooley tried to pressistatiouius it. Chief of Po- lice Carol Welker and his body guards, Terry Wells, Ed Deem, Burt Connel, bravely entered the establishment with his riot squad to quell the disturbance. Rog You say you found these letters already opened? Norm Yes. They were in a waste paper basket. Rog They? You mean there were more? Page One Hundred Sixty-one X E E E S zz E E X1 IX E IX 31 Ii E 5 31 E 5 3 E Ii E ri 31 V2 XI X 5 5 X If ri Q If 51 5 2? X' V9 Q H m S E V' Zi 53 IH KI Ii m Q Q 22 X' is Q ri m VF m IF m If Phones 1 Dial 62211 or 62221 V Q 5 s 'rg 3 S We Rely on Low Prices to Win Trade 3 On Quality to Retain it! VET Bl 'ii' E E I . 35 9 E E Knox Countys F nendllest Place to Shop gg gy my E 5? X ,I lil E Ei Ii! EJ Fil Ml gag ii 5 5' K 1 We cater for granges or Our Breads and Pastrles 5 gl O 12.1 orgamzatlons of all kmds. are baked ln our own E E Ki E If you have a party see us! bakery, fresh every day! X W M IW B1 li Bl W L83 X, , 5 E91 W M mmwmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmwmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaiggww Page One Hundred Sixty-two PROPHECY lContinuedJ Norm Well, I found an old copy of "The Kenyon Collegian" edited by Bobbie Jeanne Fry, and the gossip column is headed by Carolyn Brandt. Stories in the paper stated that Dave lmel has replaced Mr. Bailey as Dean of Boys. I also read that Davida Kahrl finally got her appointment as director of the Control Board of Soft I?l Drinks. lCard comes out with Soft?I Judge I If you have no more to say and since this has nothing to do with the case, call the next witness. Curt I would like to call Brenda Olson to the stand. Clerk Brenda Olson take the stand. Do you swear to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth? Brenda I do. Curt What is your occupation? Brenda President of the W. C. T. U. Curt A Where were you on the night of Friday, February 32, 1965? Brenda I was in Draper's Department Store. Curt What were you buying? Brenda Hose, to water my garden. ISay sarcasticallyl. Curf Can you prove you were there? Brenda Yes. Jane Long waited on me. Curt Did you see anyone else in there? Brenda Yes. I saw Joyce Mondron. She had just arrived back in town from Keith Schouten's Queen for a Day television program. Delbert Koch-Master of Ceremonie. Na- dine McKenzie and Martha Fawcett as sound effects. They are sponsored by Her- bert Rock's Mineral Compounds. . Judge Back to the case. Curt Do you have any evidence that Norman has tampered with the mail? Brenda No, I don't believe he has. But he wants to become a member of the Courtship Council. Pat Romine, Marie Wagner, and Annabelle Davis are already members. Donna Mintier is a representative of the Council in Lower Saga-boga-kongo and Georgiann Morris is the representative to Upper Saga-boga-kongo. Curt Defense rests. Page One Hundred Sixty-three 1151 151 131 E1 Q1 M1 L9 lm B1 M1 QE Q21 M 15 E1 1251 B1 1251 D51 B1 A E HQ 1m M M E1 E1 151 B1 D51 Q52 lm Q1 lm 1231 H1 51 ,Xi 13 131 1111 D51 D51 B1 A1 14 K1 1m M1 151 15.1 131 18.1 151 E51 ml Q? QQ E1 129 351 M 51 31 L81 L29 L!! B1 151 15 181 M1 15 1231 151 B1 B1 E1 E1 B1 15 151 B1 151 151 B51 B1 151 L51 L31 51 L51 H1 E1 ,751 129 T41 T41 E1 Q E1 . X X T HX B W E E r N Q 0 all 'X U Xi 9 S t E S E e E H ,X F Km W H 0 W n F M E E r W L e W F V W Jm E Tm W W M S W E M W E Q E W E M R M E W E E E E E E M XJ RJ X xii as X: X ,QV xi: 'N N Q N EEKEEEEEEEEWEEWEEMEVEggT FEWEEEggEEEE-MEEQMEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEMWWW-mmENEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE-MEM Hundred Sixty-four He Page O PROPHECY lContinuedl Rog No Questions. Judge Next Witness. Clerk Bobbie Jeanne Fry take the stand. Do you swear to tell the whole truth and noth- ing but the truth so help you? Bobbie I do. Roger When did you last see the defendant? Bobbie I saw him when my club, The Federation of Redheads, with Bill Emlick, Barb Kline, and Betty Bond, went to Gene Wittenmeyer's Opera House. Dick Gantz, Alice Ma- gill, and Jo Anne Peugh were starring, supported by Leva Levering, Joyce Shira, Jeannine Dew, Clara Mae Gosset, and Bernida Henthorne, Lawrence Pembrook di- rected the All Girl Orchestra made up of Fern Rinehart, Juanita Thompson, Maxine Cochran, Stamatia Madias, Sue Barncard, and Janet Durbin. Curt Did you see anyone with Norman who might give us any more evidence? Bobbie I saw Norman with Charles Smith, who owns the Saint Louis Blue Jays. They won the penant this year with Dick Shuff as the featured star. He was firmly supported by "Babe Ruth" Bair, "Boudrou" Dougherty, "Jackie Robinson" Carter, "Ty Cobb" Evans, "SatchaI" Simmons, "Bearden" Appleton, Larry "Lemon" Steagall, and "Bad Boy" Spicer. The biased umpire was Tauger. Judge Next Witness. Clerk Sandra Pitkin to the stand. Roger What is your occupation? Sandy After an unsuccessful attempt at digging gold in 'Playboy Mountain" l went back to teaching history at Podunk Center. Rog ls it not true you were at the teachers' convention at Columbus? Sandy Yes, l saw Joan Doup, teacher of kindergarten, Norma Newton, successor to Miss Koons, Helen Hollifield teaching home economics, and Dorothy Belt as French teacher. Mary Madias was the speaker of the afternoon. She talked of her trip in Europe when she met the famous celebrities of the continent. lncluded in these were William Oscar Ferguson, famous connoisseur of Modern French Art, Phyllis Jacobs as talent scout in Europe who discovered Sir Robert Bennett starring in "Over The Window Was Slung An Old Fashioned Mussell Loading Musket" or "Bennett Rides Again." He is supported by the Rodeo stars-Esta Lee Parker, Patty Sutton, Bob Parker, Creta Carter, and under Hal Walker's direction with Pauline Spear- man's ingenious inspirations. Judge If you have nothing further to say about the case, call the next witness. Bill Reed Ewart take the stand. 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Without coal the great iron Q K K E and steel industry would be unborn. 5 5 5 5 55 El M B M ' 5 X 5 5 5 5 55 Bl 55 5' Wei 51 55 0 ml X 5 51 5 IZ El E1 x fgy x ygq 'xx EI EEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEE Dealers In EI El EI 5 55 Q . 93 Q Hlgh Grade Domestle and Steam Coal E 51 5 5 E B 5 5 Cl EU E ' C 5 ' 5 Q Phone 7141 1 7 North Norton E IEEQI IEEUC EEEEEE EEEEEE 5531 om 55 'H 'S 'E El 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 om 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 53 55 55 E3 EJ 55 55 55 5 E3 5 52 5? E E 52 55 5? 5? 5? 55 S! 5 e555E3 EJ Page One Hundred Sixty-six PROPHECY lContinuedI I hear that you know something about the case. Reed No, not particularly, but I wanted to tell the court that these missionaries, Lois Owen, Doris McKee, Barbara Hendrickson, Donna Shrimplin, Marie Wagner and Zelma Lee, under the expert guidance of Bev Tier, had complained that their exception- ally personal letters had been opened. Judge l hear that you know Jim Gray and Bob Brillhart. What are they doing now-a-days? Reed After I5 years, Jim is still trying to collect dues from the 1950 Seniors, and Bob is still trying to win iust one game of chess with Mr. Walton. Think he will do it? Judge lCough, clear throatl Back to the case. Mr. Mayer do you have any more evidence? C urf Yes, I would like to call Norman Phillips back to the stand. Have you anything to add to the case? lBob Evans in to pay Stanley offl Norm ln some of the letters I discovered Robby Curry, as a model under the direction of Bob Evans. I found also a letter from Dick Sorenson, President of Baby Sitters' Union, to Keith Ewers, his secretary. They are engaged in a war with Jim Sellers as president of the Corporation for Babes Entertainment. He is assisted by Betty Hot- tinger, Martha Story, Jean Houck and Carolyn Warman. He is trying to form a monoply by taking away Dick and Kieth's employees, Lois Simpson, Clarabelle Springer, Phyllis Vernon, and Virginia Bebout. Judge Norman Phillips by the law of this land you have been charged with illegally opening people's mail. Therefore in view of the evidence presented which prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that you are guilty it is the opinion of this court that you shall be punished accordingly, I hear by sentence you to 4 more years of High School. afxi Page One Hundred Sixty-seven TH t's your RIGHT! I 'fllll I llllllmh, lW,llWHWiiZllIlll1,,,,,,I I ll11,,,,m I W lllqm, www ZW4ii""""'ff 1 ai .. fy M - u :"Ifu.,,!W!f ,,,u'm M Hyaffflf fff I ff' MQ!! X f ff Nl ,H M1 lil p slim' 1 X X, "f,ff,' 4' ' lllll1,,,l,IlI I R V7 W Wm f HN' Xvxx iff 1 - Y if 0 ' y ff ki A Q my "W'lu,,. Q ' ii VNLLQZIU, "lun" ' I Yllll0l1,l W, X 1 I 7 ' ii 'ii' I 1, -.wmgll "U ll I ,fini , f ,raft had L' f he " it - 1117! If ! 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Ma1n Street Mount Vernon, Ohro E1 B1 lil E r:f1z1g15m'1afm1zf1L:g151mm1:1B11:31:i1f1:21':.Q1312:313L:i1z1 mm EEQEEEEQ125535135mennmmmmmmmmnmnmnmmmmmmm mannE1Q1mmmE115311311212151mnnmmnnznngmmnmsunzagnmmmmnnnxmxmmzzxnmnxzzm mnnmmmnmnnmw E F31 El rm 1m IE 1251 E - 5 E Congratulatxons E IE E1 E EI T0 E 151 IZ m1 rm , Q Graduatzng Class Q1 ET of 1950 LSI 15 l?l1 Ii BI IE E1 IE Q11 121 Q1 Q an re E1 12 151 PS1 LE E1 131 E1 li 131 E1 E1 151 ISI 151 121 IE M 151 121 1111 E1 '51 E M lg, EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEMMM Page One Hundred Ninety Mary Ann Ashbrook Carolyn Brandt Joretta Boucher Mystil Burris Eddie Cann Creta Carter Janet Conger Carolyn Doup Jean Doup Virginia Eagle Richy Erlanger Mary Ellen Ewing Ruth Fish Bobbie Jean Fry Richard Gantz Lois Gardener Jeanne George Anita Glover THE "GAY FIESTA" lContinued from page 73l CHORUS Clara Gossett Zelma Lee Jeannette Graves Jean Lee Marlene Griffin Leva Ann Levering Russell Hall Jane Long Marilyn Hall Margaret Graves Nancy Hare Bernida Henthorne Jim Kathary Monica Jackson Maurice Jones Louise Kerr Barbara Klein Delbert Koch Lou Ann Koch Barbara Kymer Dolores Latherns Beatrice Layman Alice Magill Barbara Main Jane Martin Ron McGowan Barbara McKinley Connie McPeek Dorothy Meek Joan Mottitt Joyce Mondron Francis Mossholder Norma Jean Newton Dorothy Owen Jo Ann Peugh Louella Porter Fred Pargeon Thelma Pumphrey Marilyn Ramsey Jean Reed Dean Reeder Barbara Riley Esther Rine Sue Robeson Joyce Soles Carol Shultz Mary Jo Swadener Brack Taylor Mary Lou Thomas Grace Walden Mary Lou Watters Marilou Wintermute Dixie Wolfe Accompanists -- Edna Warman, Norma Jean Fetter Group Dances - Miss Neff Painting ofthe Virgin, posters, etc. - Miss Lewis and her class Masks, canes - Mr. Loomis and his class Make-up - Mr. Loomis and Mrs. Truxall's class Fountain - Mr. Barnes, Mr. Walton Finance - Miss Dowds, Alice Magill Stage Managers - Jack Caldwell, David Gelsanliter, Bill Ward Ushers - Junior Choir OFF A PEWTER PLATTER lContinued from page l40l ACT ONE Scene l. The sun porch ofthe Dorn home. Early Friday morning. Scene ll. The same. That evening. ACT TWO Scene l. The same. The following morning. PRODUCTION STAFF Director ................................. Ruth Domigan Truxall Stage Manager ................................. Hobart Brown Stage Crew ............ Donald Deavers, Bill Everett, Lawrence Sperry, Norman Gaines, Tom Lonzo, Kenneth White Electricians ......................... Dick Zinsmeister, Dick Payne Property Committee .......... Gertrude Kittelberger, Mary Ellen Ewing, Barbara Genre, Joan Moftitt, Floramae Tuttle, Sally Tabor Publicity ........................... Susan Robeson, Charles Titus Tickets ................. Florence Cass, Edna Warman, Carl Galleher Head Usher ................................... Marilyn Rowley This play is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French of N. Y. 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Louis Owen Every afternoon a student broadcasts the announcements from the office. This year Louis Owen and Jim Kousoulas took care of this work. Page One Hundred Ninety-five wlllllVV""'WWL lf f N 1 i 'ilw .i.-WN wwe f ,W WH ww 2 ff . + if We A ,W X Q X 'W 'f'l1illlllllll : :album S Ollllieir Again A familiar and reassuring slogan FAMn.mn...because it has appeared in thousands of the country's finest year- books for the past half century. RsAssumNc...lzecause tbose years of specialized experience bring complete service, outstanding quality and de- pendable delivery ta the yearbook stays, with whom we work. + JAHN 8: OLLIER ENGRAVINC CO. 8l7 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago 7, Illinois H iwN x',i1M ll i l k , NX Ala. M4 'A Q25 wi. 'Wa .Q 4, , A- ,t Lupus s, x 149 ian 45 an 'Wa NW' M,,,f-4-dl"" r Ever since its founding in 1835 The Cooper- Bessemer Corporation has been a manufacturer of power equipment. Among the earlier de- velopments were the first steam locomotive west of the Alleghenies in 1853, the first suc- cessful farm tractor in 1875, the first Corlis steam engine in the Middle West in 1868, and a two cycle gas engine power cylinder for oil field service in 1899. From 1908 till the present time the main prod- ucts have been gas engine-driven compressor units and diesel engines. The most recent developments have been the highly efficient Turboflow gas engine and gas-diesel engines, high-pressure liquid pumps and motor-driven compressors. The company's plants are complete with mod- ern facilities including assembly Hoors, ma- chine shops, tool shops, foundries, pattern shops, core shops, power plants and metallurg- ical laboratories, as well as metal-processing and heat-treating equipment. Cooper-Bessemer is a good place to work. For example 382,186,657 has been paid into the Employees Profit sharing Fund since the plan went into effect five years ago. Under this plan, 10 percent of the Corporation's profits before taxes are shared by the employees. Cooper-Bessemers on the job. These photographs show some of the applications of the Companyls products REFINERY AND NATURAL GASOLINE GAS AND OIL PIPE LINES LOCOMOTIVE AND TRANSPORTATION MUNICIPAL AND R. E. A. PLANTS MARINE GENERAL INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL AND PETRO-CHEMICAL SEVUAGE AND WATER PUMPING EARTH MOVING Page One Hundred Ninety-eight K CLASS POEM 1950 Finale, conclusion, climax, omega, the finish, the end, Mingled feelings and thoughts, gladness and sadness that blend, Recollections, memories, remembrance, reminis- cense back to the past, What we've done, what we'll miss, how we feel at the last, The future, new horizons, new decisions, new hopes, new plans, expectation- Many things enter the seniors' minds as we face our graduation. REMEMBRANCE First time up those steps, first of many days, We were breathless, excited, befuddled in ways, With a feeling of smallness, of fastness to learn, A desire for respect, a reputation to earn. A look at long years, a search for the way, And graduation six years away. Remember? We added some poise, assurance, and pride, A little more thought, more dreams to confide, More activities, renown, versatility now, Observance of things with a wish to learn how, More life in the present, accent on today, With graduation four years away. Remember? The class pride developed, the leaders, the ring, Expectation of Iaurels tomorrow might bring. A conscious awakening of heart and mind, A weighing of assets of opposite kind, A vision of grandeur, foundation to lay, And graduation iust one year away. Remember? In the course of a year suddenly find Something of wisdom in your teen-aged mind, A discovery of ignorance you thought left behind, A new knowledge of living, its buoyance and strife, Decisions to make for the rest of your life, An aching for knowledge deep down inside, Realization of so much, yet a gap so wide. What of the future? Have we yet found the way? Beginning or ending? Are we sure? Can we say? To find real happiness-we hope that we may, For graduation is so close to today. Finale, conclusion, climax, omega, the finish, the end, Mingled feelings and thoughts, gladness and sadness that blend, Recollections, memories, remembrance, reminis- cense back to the past, What we've done, what we'll miss, how we feel at the Iasl,, The future, new horizons, new decisions, new hopes, new plans, expectation- Yes, many things enter the seniors' minds as we face our graduation. Bobbie Jeanne Fry The following poem was written by Bobbie Jeanne Fry and read by Hall Walker in senior assembly. It is dedicated to "the hard-working senior boys." RESUME "What have I done in my high school days?" "What's been accomplished and in what ways?" I don't mean to startle or amaze, But here's just what I'm proud of. That time I skipped and Birdie never knew, The excuses I had-all iust like new, When someone pulled the fire alarm-they never found out who Guess who? Uh-huh. That time I stole my best friend's girl, That time I mimicked Milton Berle, That time I went on a social whirl, Those were the times I'm proud ofl That time I bet Walton and really did win, And, gee, all those scrapes I somehow goe it, You can see what a smart, clever guy I have been It wasn't easy to get throughl When I got by with an aration on bop, When my friends voted me "The CIass's Prize FIop" When I played with one finger a terrific "Rag- mop", Yep, great timesl Noon-hour races around the block in my old truck, The pedestrians all survived, I guess--Gee, some people's luckl Telephone poles, lamp posts, and trees are all I ever struck, That's because I drive carefully. You say "studies"? Oh, I never let them bother me much, "Service"? Oh, you mean contributions and such. Well, I was a guy duty never could touch. What fun is that? "Don't I want the school to remember my name?" "Didn't I get some kind of honor or tame?" Well, not exactly, but still iust the same. I'm sure they won't forget me. I carved my name in 31 and 29, The chipped plaster in the proiection room is a handiwork of mine, And all my textbooks l've been sure to sign, So you see, there's my record. Yes sir, the old school has harbored me well, I've always got a thrill from its 3:20 bell, All these memories have sure been lots of fun to tell, A Those are my accomplishments. Anl now that they're past, I really believe Indeed, at long last, I'm ready to leavel Page One Hundred Ninety-nine


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