Nashville High School - Bon Voyage Yearbook (Nashville, OH)

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MRS Sf MRS RALPH ANDERSON FLOYD HARRIS SAMUEL HAYS WENDELL LANG DELMAR LINCICOME HENRY MARTIN EDNA MARTIN 6. MRS. 6: MRS. 6. MRS. GMRS. 6: MRS 61 MRS 8: MRS LESTER MCCULLOUGH ERNEST MESSNER RICHARD MUMPER ELMER PICKLESIMER BURGESS ROOT LLOYD SCI-ILAUCH VERLE SPRENG Lnancia! Lgllvafewfbelfbf O! file 19 Q HM Owe First-Aid for Battles in "Little Room." .... ........ . . Material for Staff ....... Lock to keep out Intruders . . . Pencils .......................... Soap for trash mouths in "Little Room." . Upkeep of "Senior Blobs. " ...... . . Diapers for "adolescent senior boys" . . Cigarettes for Staff ....................... Trips to Millersburg after Editor and Co-Editor . . Bartenders joke book for "Little Room" .... . . Trips after Advertisments ........... Advertisments collected . . . Bribes to "Clods" . Paper for Typewriter . . Typewriter ribbon . . . Glue ...... . Sign fTomorrow We'll Get Organizedl for "Little Room" . . 000 200 l 7 159 020 25 O00 500 450 l 001 93 100 43 1 Total... ...S 1,000,500 0 XJ 0 f ! WN U I X 'E fl, ,V A iii? f f -y "l:aaii1QA1I ul 1 X Q ,ev I f,,,.ffl 1 - hi ' 'r r 7 ' K 'ir' W Q .fy n if , xx .K J f 3 may ff-H - wif f97f77f?9f7fP.f-. fdfnaafv-A-. 444444 ff?" MR. RODRICK FRANKS Superintendent Industrial Arts Mathematics Science 2 BCA oo! EXIF! Adrian Coates, Vice-President, Lawxuncv Purdy, Vullv Spwlmg, Waynu l'oxx'c1', Prvsidont, James McMl11en, Clerk, Mr. Franks, 1'Itxro1tllX1ux.x1u1v1'. j R, Rv i X, 5, ' 1 R, . ,W QAYK K 'r 7 M.,,,, , 4 ' V -.1 dfwav rv ,M 4, 4. 'J f gc., 7 , uQf , r MISS MARIORIE FOWLER English 8 Commercial Studies French I S111 9 '4 A f f 71, 'Z fr A ,,,,,,A ,. v , 1 , f if - fi v' f'- f'flV1'Rf!'ROT3fRT BAR'?fT?f.'Y 5'Pr1I1CiD5l ',1' 4' , nf ., ' X , 1 PH , f 1 f mf, ,L-XXL ji, 1 English Ohio History f Drivers Education 'J' Physical Education .f 1' . - ,.,-f"" ,i :sf MR. THOMAS COX-' .. . MR- VV'U-HAM LEVER Grades 7 ea Science i MRS. FRANCIS MCKINNEY X I Mathematics Home Economics I QM World History American History Physical Education xv, ' ,fm Z f ,lf WW' MRS. MARGARET WYATT Grade l MRS. HARRIET HORN Grades 3 G 4 MRS. PEARL WTLLARD Grade 2 MRS. EILLILIN WAC HTEL Gmrivs -1 S4 5 MR. CHARLES MCKINNEY Grade 6 Art ufx J 8W'50lfLlfL8 C045 LEANNA DRAKE AND LENA WACHTEL omilfor MERVE CRAWFORD ,rf Www , ',?f1VM2fI m NAsnvaLus M415 PL Uerd John Brown, Ton Cox CAbsentJ Mr. Barney, Wayne Huff. SCH00 -,, -.LW -.ssw O 52,49 Waffof FIRST ROW: Roger Penncll, john M.u'tin, Konny Norris, Roy Smotzer, Lanny Shafer. SECOND ROW: Iohn Smetzor, 10111 Bridvntlml, Gary Stonvbrook, Luldmi Lvpplrq, ff f 5 X ,156 ' Z- QQ Z QQ -H: ?af5fg9'kfm it AK: f 'skew H: V tlmQ'75bgSfQ AE9fW 1 24, f 9 'fl X 77 SM U 0 CAROL MARTIN " Corie " Cheerleader . . Annual Editor . Iunior Play . . Senior Play . . Band . ......... Chorus ....... . . Prince of Peace . . . President . . . . . Treasurer . . . LOIS LANG Shrimp" Annual Staff . . . . Iunior Play . . . Senior Play . . . Band ......... Chorus Prince of Peace Declamation . . Vice-President HAZEL SC HLAUCH Annual Staff Iunior Play Chorus . . . Pep Club . . SANDRA SPRENG In Sandy.. Cheerleader ...... . . . Business Manager . . Iunlor Play ....... Senior Play . .. Band ........ Chorus ....i . . Prince ol' Penci- Dcclamallon . . . Vl.ClT"Pl'L2fSlLll1Il'. . . . Treasurer ...... "Hazel" .. 4 ..3 f3 .. l,Z, l,2,3,4 -1 .. 3 .. 4 1 '7 ... ,S A 3 .. l,Z, l ..l ..1z P1 ...3,' ..4 X, HERBERT lXl1RTIIN Basketball Baseball .. Annual Stair Junior Play Semor Play Vice-Profil r Chorus . . ...., Bama . . . "Herb RIC HARD ANDERSON B-P Lakeville Basketball . . Baseball. . . . . . Annual Staff . . . Senior Play . . . "Dick" PATRICIA LINCIC OME Pat Cheerleader . . Annual Staff . . Iunior Play . . . Senior Play . . Band .......... Chorus ...... Prince of Peace Athletic Queen President . . . . . . Treasurer . . . Secretary . . . EVA ROOT "Evie" ' 1 'flu' , I W iff ,swf f, fr Y if , V M of .KAREN MUMPER J ff "Karen cl K Cheerleacler -- Annual Staff . . Junior Play . . . Senior Play . . . Band ...... Chorus ....... Prince of Peace Secretary ..... Majorette . . . Annual Staff Chorus .... Senior Play l,2,3 LOIS HAYS uLOiSu Annual Staff 4 Secretary . . . . 4 Chorus .. ....l,2,3 4 Senior Play Pep Club , . . 4 f W, A ' , V r W l nk! , f ,L l J ML L 'VJ f M, I VIRGINIA MESSNER "Ginger" Cheerleader .... . . . 2 , 3, 4 As sistant Editor . . .... . 4 Iunior Play . . . . . 3 Senior Play 4 Band ........ -. . . l , 2 Chorus... l,Z,3 PIIQP 4 Qi' BEVERLY MCC ULLO UGH Annual Staff Senior Play Chorus ..... President . . . Pep Club . . . u Bevan Basketball .. .. 1,2, Baseball .. ,, 1,2, A 1 , 7 ,6!ffl'-Lfiflfslbrf-fb BOBBIE PICKLESIMER .. Bob.. Iunior Play Senior Play . . . , . Choru s 3 ., 1, Band.... .... ....... 1 Basketball Iunlor Play Senior Play DONALD HARRIS " Beans Chorus Annual Staff . . . . 1,2,3 1,2 .. 4 .. 3 .. 4 3 3 54,55 sm? Sunsets glow fades in the Westp Night O'er the valley is creeping. Birds cuddle down in their nest: Soon all the world is sleeping-- And Now is the Hour When, we must say goodbye. Soon you'll be sailing Far across the sea. While you're away, O, then remember me. Vlfhen you return You'll find me waiting here. 64454 mafia We have crossed the bayp The ocean lies before us. CSM jawer UM GLM Red C51'Hf3Ti01'1 Mint Green Sc Silver Kfadd iJQ45If0ry On September 2, 1947, twenty beaming youngsters entered Mrs. Willard's first grade class at Nashville High School. The Class consisted of Alva Hall, Ieanette Bott, Prank Burgett, Valarie Petter, Don Harris, Iim Kistler, Lois Lang, Patsy Lincicome, Marion Martin, Marvin Martin, Beverly McCullough, Virginia Miller, Virginia Messner, Iim Melton, Larry Patterson, Gloria Smetzer, Pauline Smithisler, Sandy Spreng, Georgia Wiseman, and Iack Young. The second grade found us with 21 members. We were again under the instruc- tion of Mrs. Willard. We lost 5 members and gained 6. Lost were Prank Burgett, Iim Melton, Virginia Miller, Larry Patterson, and Georgia Wiseman. Gained were Carol Martin, Iudy Martin, Tom Miller, Larry Parsons, Hazel Schlauch, and Pauline Smail. Now that the first 2 years are over we find ourselves entering the third grade. This year our teacher is Miss Literal. We lost 5 members and gained 3. Lost were Iim Kistler, Marion and Marvin Martin, Larry Parsons, and Pauline Smail. Gained were Ralph Anderson, Betty Christopher, and Herbert Martin. Our teacher in the fourth grade was Mrs. Beck. We lo-st Alva Hall and gained Dale Lockard, Bob Picklesimer, Raymond Rock and Edna Townsend. Vacation is over and now we are entering Mrs. Enoch's fifth grade. We lost Ralph Anderson, Ieanette Bott, Betty Cantlebarry, Iudy Martin, Tom Miller, Gloria Smetzer, and Edna Townsend. We gained Lois Hays. Our teacher in the sixth grade was again Mrs. Enoch. We gained Avery Brown and Bill Plant. We lost Iack Young and Betty Christopher. We have reached the half way mark, first year of Junior High. Our home room teacher is Mr. Van Barg. This year we change classes. We lost Avery Brown, Bill Plant, Valarie Petter, and Pauline Smithhisler. We gained Wayne Heiss and Eva Rott. Our teacher in the 8th grade is Mr. Atterholt. This year finds us back under the elementary system. We lost Raymond Rock, Wayne Heiss, and Dale Lockard. We gained Karen Mumper and Lynda Harris fdeceasedl. Well we finally reached the ninth grade after struggling through our first eight years. We lost Lynda Harris. Our home room teacher is Mrs. McClure. Oh Boy! ! only two more years to go. Our home room teacher is Mrs. Garver. This year we gained Louise Garnes, Here we are Iuniors at last! Our home room teacher is Mrs. Bowen. This year we presented our class play "Susan Steps Out". Our enrollment is the same. Hurrah! We made it. We are now Seniors! This year we presented "A Puedin Over Yonder". We lost Louise Garnes and gained Dick Anderson so now our class consists of Don Harris, Lois Lang, Lois Hays, Dick Anderson, Bob Picklesimer, Eva Root, Herbert Martin, Hazel Schlauch, Beverly McCullough, Carol Martin, Virginia Messner, Sandy Spreng, Karen Mumper, and Patsy Lincicome . A enior Cfcwfs !Q"OlO ec? The scene opens in the elaborate home of the now famous singer, yes, she is the former Beverly McCullough. She is now singing for a 'l'V network which sends the best colored pictures throughout the land. She is serving tea this afternoon to Mrs. Eva Ooble, missionary from the wilds of Africa. Better known to her friends as Eva Root, she has brought back alive, her husband, Chief Ooble-Ooble-Ooble, a converted head hunter. They are showing the chief a scrapbook containing news articles about their former classmates . March 3, 1965 ------- january 26, 1970 ----- November 16 , 1 968 july 10, 1971 -------- April 23, 1976 ------- August 20, 1973 ----- September 2 7 , 1 97 0 The famous scientist, Professor Richard Anderson, who discovered that lung cancer really is caused by smoking, died today in his Pittsburg home, of lung cancer. The Famous woman jet-pilot, Mrs. Karen fMumperj Martin, has just returned from a non-stop flight around the world in jet propelled helicopter. People, strange things are yet to come! Miss Lois CHaysj Manville Roosevelt Rockenfelder, has just married her new boss jacob D. Ford, President of the new Super-Sonic Baby Carriage Company. The new Nlrs. Ford states "This is my last husband, for I can get a new baby carriage every year." A new worlds record for Hula-1-looping has been made by Ginger "Hoopla" Messner, who has been practicing to win for some ten years over the previous champion Don Harris, of Iowa, who says "-My hooping days are surely over." The new record set by Hoopla was 32 days, 4 hours, 25 minutes, and 6 seconds This newspaper congratulates her! The FBI finally caught up with the rembezzler of some Sl, 000, OOO . 00 . They caught the teller of the Comercial and Savings Bank of Millersburg in a small Kansas town. Miss Carol Martin told the reporters, "l was going to return the money as soon as 1 was positive of my career." The King Ranch in Texas was auctioned off today for Sl, 000, O00.00, to the former Miss Sandra Spreng of Ohio. She intends to move to this spacious tract of land with her husband in the near future. To raise horses, she says! The "Pill Pushers" of America held their annual convention in Roanoke last week. The award for the "most likely to succeed" and "Typical Pill Pusher" went to an Ohioian, Miss Lois Lang, R. N. Lois's reply to the reporters question, "Where do they get the name "Pil1 Pushers" ? wasp "How can pills be pushed if they don't have a pusher?" ro way, Kami. March 30, 1975 ------ The race at Daytona Beach was won today by the former school teacher turned stockcar racer, Bob Picklesimer. It was a tremendous race for Bob was in the lead all the way. Bob said, "l owe it all to the man who built my car, Herb Martin. " Herb, as we all know is one of the best known mechanics of the United States. Herb has built many of these cars we understand. There comes a knock at the door. Beverly excuses herself. As she opens the door she sees before her another classmate, Hazel Schlauch. She and her four children Calso her husbandl live happily in a suburb of this city. They join the other guests. Eva and her husband, the chief, have come across another newspaper article. FLASH -------------- Miss Patricia Lincicome well-known millionairess, failed again in her attempt to pass Charm School. It is known to the country that she has been attending well-known charm schools for the last 26 years. When asked by a reporter "Why didn't you give up a long time ago?" Her reply was "If at first you don't succeed try, try, again." As they all set sipping their tea, there is a continuous,loud roaring sound A N D T H E X Y Z B O M B I S D R O P P E D. I ACRES? 4 , . . ' Q.. E 'E ' ' I K + M 7'gi ?Hi1k:, -..f3:.m 'i'f f ,s?2:.2ef- C. , L, ' . . W. I f ,fwml hJf,W , , , V w , ,K 0449 ' 4 -M .af WW My F4 J '75, AY ' 4 1 1 0 1 Q, 'Jky 1, pt Q, Q, I Q A ,f ydfgq fr ., 'gfiv "" ' W And ff ' ' z 5 5 - ,, ff , F1.'.ffLwQf' . , f ' W. 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Q 'W A4 ww I, 'W -,X ' Q 7, K, NAME Carol Martin Pat Lincicome Ginger Messner Dick Anderson Sandy Spreng Karen Mumper amor LIKES Anything likable To have fun French-fried onions Cars , Girls Iim, horses, home Tink, spaghetti Beverly McCullough Animal s Lois Lang Lois Hays Eva Root Herbert Martin Bob Picklesimer Don Harris Hazel Schlauch The South Animals Church Cars Fords Cars , girls Dill pickles DISLIKES Childish actions BOSSY PEOPLE I Gossip People that mess around Mornings Shorthand 6: two-faced people Spinach Chickens To study Smart Alecks To work Girls that swear To study To get up in the morning "df" He who laughs last found another meaning. 'W' USUALLY POUND Going somewhere Around Going out At home Anyplace On her way to Nashville In bed On the go Baby-sitting At home Under the truck Working on his car Tiny's At home WITH Some one A boy A different boy Mom 61 Dad The gang Most anybody Her TV on Anybody Guess! ! Family Dad Jack The boys Radio 5?afi5fic5 WANTS TO BE Stewardess Teacher, wife Loved Iet Pilot A lady W. A. F., married A singer A nurse Secretary Missionary A man A millionaire Air controlman Wife WHAT l'LL MISS MOST The good time s The gang 81 cheerleading Being late for school The gym Everything but studying The gang 8: cheerleading The kids Yelling at Karen The gang Studying Skipping school Detention hall Classmates Nothing WH' A penny Saved is a drop in the bucket."""" NOTED FOR Her build Her muscles Bravery Stupidity Talking Questions Long hair Li'l busybody Quietness Fixing cars Being nice Squinting eyes His physique Being Coy CVM W! We, the Senior Class of 1959 of Nashville High School, County of Holmes, State of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, do publish and declare this our last will and testament. We bequeath our fondest possessions to those who are most deserving. Item: To the Iunior Class we leave our class sponsor because they really deserve him! Item: To the Sophomore Class we leave our ability to be top class in the High School ..... we know they can handle it. Item: To the Freshman Class we leave the used gum under the desks and our deepest sympathy. I, Karen Mumper, will a washcloth to Butch Pipes, to keep his brown nose clean. I Beverly McCullough, will my long hair to Kathleen Davenport providing she doesn't cut it. I Sandy Spreng, will my little boyfriends to Iudy Bevington providing she's nice to them I I I, Ginger Messner, will my ability to get along with people to Penne Hollister. I, Eva Root, will my books to Bill Young, Providing he doesn't use them. I, Don Harris, will my ablility to finally pass my driving test to Gloria Smetzer. I, Pat Lincicome, will my small size and sure-footedness to Iohn Bridenthal. I, Dick Anderson, will my ability to be buddies with Rod to Iames Pennell. I, Lois Hays, will my red hair to Peggy Schopher. 1, Carol Martin, will my Cheerleading ability to Evelyn Smetzer. I Bob Picklesimer, will my ability to skip school without being caught to Dick I Doyle, providing he uses it sparingly. I, Hazel Schlauch, will my ability to be quiet to the Freshmen girls. I, Herb Martin, will my muscles to David McKibben. I, Lois Lang, just leave!! WH' A stitch in Time holds the magazine together."'1""' ,EQWK N w Nx X Q Lf Q Qrixwf gg Asfwiiv fxxifx 5 1, 4, 1- I , 1 i -i , A I ,LLV 1 '4 ' xxx. k',L .A . . if ' I A X K . X 3 . 5 5' af i l Vik-I f l fx M riff J A 'I .- U0 I , RREE 1 1 A E A 3 A A X A A ' 5 NWN E A ' 51 BETTY BURGETT - sc. chair A I I IOHN BRIDENTHAL I A IAIE E- W? IOANNE REIHELD Q LALE rrrr km.hh Lyyh V .L kyhy V N V AKVL K , .E V f R f I .mc 4 If A Nyf rrrrrr IELAL , Q 2 3 " rrrrrr A ' ' ' A i . .fm-. Qfi- - X . if 6 94 1 'L V' it ' f.11. ' ' I KAW wk Rh f PP fi , X' ,,,1 X h 45- A I f 51,5-gg, . , g l""Q iw . .sn sw sf If N' F1 X f sy 'fi'3'3'5r1 F7 .. .L'. UQ If Jlivxf. I MARILYN MCKINLEY IIM MCMILLEN GLORIA SMEIZER PAT HAYS DAVID MCKIBBEN CORRETTA BRENEMAN JUDY KNOX LAURENCE NELSON CAROL DININGER FRANK BURGETT PENNE HOLLISTER NK V, y A -H, l ' ni xx : N " ' BILL BROWN 5 ' A -K PEGGY SHOPPER - President JANET KLINE - Vice-President ANN KILLGROVE - Secretary GRACE MILLER - Treasurer . .',, I .. , .-55 YYY L f " A f 'h V 1: 'wwwf f f lv ,.-, ,,g,.,V,Wf, :B IVAA B A f T ' A M ' 1 ',V, I A ,Q Q A- ,N '- A' Hfgyi , fi ,f., 1 1 ', 1 if? i 3 f g-:M 5 "Eff A 'X f affgigx 34 N B IUDY BEVINGTON 1 1 B b f 5 BOB BROWN LINDA ANDERSON . EEQ f f Q I gf ti f ' W 43, f , 2 W, f 1 . ' ,. B. av. 1 ,1 CHUCK MESSNER X 44, X MARIE VAUBEL A DICK DOYLE 5:5 ?4 3fwg1yl,g V up fc A G CAROL TIPTON BILL YOUNG PEGGY PICKLESIMER BILL YEATER NANCY MILEY LARRY STONEBROOK G 4401 fs DON WALKEROW " ' V, V' SHARON PURDY "'4 V I' JAMES PENNELL fNbN 5 BBBmBA B ' A 1 R- , vi f Sir " I Q YQ .. I if , Qs X i, 3 xz gi, . 'A -A 6- A ,ggi .4 "' FR , flex KATHLEEN DAVENPORT - President ' ' 1 'EEE DICK BEVINGTON - vree-President ef L:f was ' - NANCY IEPPERIES - Secretary .- .. ifrf, 4 ' I . A W e::f" I - imsssff .gr ' 3 4 .. , af ' 4 A 4- -5' Q IOANNA MARTIN - Treasurer A A ,W A LINDA MARTIN - Reporter A I A GARY GLINAGE " Wu 'T , 'claw mf '5 1 . I, 5 at .2 an r r wr 'fy -A ,--9-' ix ff - Qi. . A- Riff" 35. , . I we . SA . it ' I '7 if 1 5 . HAROLD WOLGAMOTT .L V- A.. 1 PHYLLIS KILLGROVE f A I ' FRED RHEES . rf f-QD. - K ' '- ' 3 : 3,4 Nl... ' V- 'iv - A ,,:x..,:.-5 X, V L igxfk-AE: .4 1 . N. I I :..T.e res . 'Lg 4 If D'-ft 0 , -f va 'Nd' .. s-. 2. 1 x I A 9- , ,. . , .Q-, HARRY SCHLAUCH CAROL HAZELETT KENNY MILLER Um' v6XYQ!iAA'A A V kr Qs IU- is 'W' GARRY BERGOON CAROL REMINGTON EUGENE VAUBEL gr- Q.. I A A D Qi I -f - rvev f- 5-' H 1 C : I A A -jj. ,rr X A . ew X .ia .4 V h 1 U A ...SY Am- XS rv Q .N 5 X r 4 , dp A Y A g vkxyi ix If X- , ,, ! ! 'Te' il A 1,11 WAY A ' fr 615' E-Th. . IH ' . . IIM ALEXANDER EVELYN SMETZER LELAND DONLEY BARBARA BOWMAN AQ' ,Z- fi in f,gQ,fm1Q.,A1n1 - if 'g?l+,2jEx FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: 2 2 8l!8IfLfA gm e Judith Hays, Elaine Armstrong, Leland Leppla, Michael Knox, Sally Wachtel, Judy Kline, Brenda Pyers. Tommie Davenport, David Bennett, Iohn Martin Ierry Hamerick, Iohn Smetzer, Mr. Cox, teacher. Larry Schafer, Teddy Vaubel, Roger Pennell, Ierry Purdy, Bill Stonebrook. av M 4 ci MA Qu Q Hazel Wolgamott, Marjorie Millenglonnie Bevington, Mr. Cox , teacher, Suzzane Tipton, Iudy Campbell, Patti Yeater. Q Sheila Purdy, Cheryle Heise, Edith Schlauch, Mary Killgrove, Iane Fritz, Holly Marmet, Diane Devore, Carol Harris, Carol Burgett. Roy Smetzer, Gary Stonebrook, Eddie Root, Bobby Yeater, Ioel Bridenthal, Iohny Columbo, Kenny Norris. -41 ,Kwai ' pvwi, FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: mi, ., Qw., f ,rf f Y , gm e Nancy Brown, Ieanne Campbell, Mary Ann Messner, Melvin Kaylor, Freddie Martin, David Picklesimer. Helen Martin, Patti Alexander, Virginia Pyers, Barbara Brown, Virginia Vaubel, Gloria Harris, Mrs. Wachtel, teacher. Ierry Kline, Billy Vaubel, Ierry Hays, Wayne Garver, David Schlauch, Harold Yeater. 49 IKM! N A -'-.yur-0' FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: Qu 8 Carolyn Brown, Mary Iane Jeffries, Bonnie Martin, Pcnnie Harris, Vickie Lang, Bernice Miller, Linda Power. Gary Knox, Bonnie McKinley, Judy Young, Bonnie Hazelott, Flossic Stonobrook, Barbara Bowers, Lloyd Donley, Mr. McKinney, teacher. David Killgrove, Iohnny Martin, Bobby Martin, Russell Watts, Pete Campbell, Tom Whotstono, Paul Towner. i 1 V Q v V KVYKV WW gm 8 FIRST ROW: David Harris, Sue Armstrong, Beverly Mumper, Connie Duncan, Patti Walkerow, Billy Davenport, Karen Coates, Michael I-Ieise. SECOND ROW: Peggy Brown, Mona Hamrick, Shirley Franks, Nancy Rhees, Wava Stonebrook, Lana Wolfe, Iudy Power, Lucille Kaylor, Mrs. Horn , teacher. THIRD ROW: Richard Brown, Steven Doyle, Pam Hollister, Beverly Schrock, Fred Bridenthal, Lois Lane, Iohn Lane, Larry Hays. jmfflr Qu FIRST ROW: David Marmet, Bob Miller, Carol Power, Linda Roberts, Cynthia Doyle, Jimmy Duncan. SECOND ROW: Ienny Iefferies, Mary Hamrick, Dreama Lane, Edna Croll, Peggy Wachtel, Mrs. Horn, teacher, THIRD ROW: Mrs. Wachtel , teacher, Chipper Doyle, Harry Eyster, Bobby Hazelett, Tommy Bennett, Terry Rhees, Byron Petter. 71 ll13 1 gl? ""1'5 H-uf' Emi gm e ' FIRST ROW: Roger Hamrick, Beverly Lane, Beverly Keyser, Vickie Duncan, Rosemary Kaylor, Harold Moravy, ' Cindy Coates. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Hays, Ierry Power, Ralph Schrock, Blair Bower, Galen Garver, Mrs. Wyatt, teacher. THIRD ROW: Chester Franks, Beatrice Vaubel, Cheryl Walkerow, Diane Alexander, Katherine Burgett, Richard Eyster. ,SZCOVL Qu 0 FI-RST ROW: Ioe Picklesimer, Mildred Wolgamott, Beverly Schlauch, Mike Glasgo, Terry Martin, Patti McKinley, Susan Kaylor. SECOND ROW: Tommy Eyster, DeHaven Lane, Delaine Martin, Carol Starner, David Mlley, Iim Killgrove, Mrs. Willard teacher. THIRD ROW: Allen Doyle, Charles Wyatt, Gene Hamrick, Jimmy Pyers, Dammy Crol, Iack Lewis. Absent: Steve Parsons , Jimmie Keyser . f'Q7Ji5a3 5 IB I l x f mfQaffsffzO'U2f:ME??f'?2? O4?lf'55?5??l?wQ H?" 5945 UGA A www W Wff6f5lfQ,?21:f-gigzgqaaafgggffvgfiif iw! awk wwmwwfffw ME A b'fY'2,?,Ef'1?3e3f3ii?aQW3i'2 1 f Dick Anderson . . Bob Picklesimer . . . Don Harris ...... 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Without his dimples , , , , , , Being Charles Atlas . . . . . . Hard to get along with . . Without her sense of humor Being an athlete . . . . . Not understanding . , Being quiet and bashful Being ontime . . Being a loudmouth . . Without a tag-along . . . . . Not chewing gum . . . . . Not liking to dan ,e . . Making a final decision Acting afool . . Not horsing around . . Not being in trouble . . . . . . . . Being forward 6 feettall Nota second Iim . . . Giving you a chance to answer Without hergiggle . . . Being short and stubby , , , With a bad disposition . . . . . . . Without that grin . . . Not talking about Don . . . . . . Not talking to Butch . . Not being an office-hound . . . . . . . Not telling stories , , Not skipping classes . Not giggling in class Nottalking , , Not picking on someone . . . . . . . . . Being enthusiastic , , , Not acting the way she does ...........Without herwalk , , Remembering her literature , , , , , , Without her Russell . . . . . . . . Not being witty . . . . Without her deep voice . . Not wanting to get married . . . . . . . . . Acting sensible . . Not having a daily visitor . . ....... Not liking Fred . . . . Thinking she is liked . . . . . . Not being limber . . . Not having curly hair . . Being a fast-moving whiz - - - - A high-voiced midget . . . Being a majorette . . . . . . . Speaking up . . Not being liked W' Do unto others before they do unto you. if vmior- endow rom-79 7- , , aw, ,, ' , , WV ,Mio ,:Lf,,,V1V,,, fun , 38 , WW Q 1 W 1 ti A flag? MK X Lf-W ' L 1 "" ' i g ef, 1 1 1 Ljyf, f- , f alhmf :fbi V' .',' I' V 1 4 , ,g,j,f 4 1 Y P1 , 71714 Susan Albright . . . David Albright . . Nancy Albright . . Stephen Dunberry Katherine Stoddard Madge Weaver . . Bruce Parker .... Miss Hardy . . Ierry Conrad . . . Helen Tremont . . . Agnes Maple . . . Orlando Payne . . . Director , , omior Cyowd presents SUSAN STEPS OUT March 27, 1958 Cast 35 Pat Lincicome . Herb Martin . . . Lois Lang , , , , Dennis P1-itz Hazel Schlauch . . . Sandy Spreng Bob Picklesimer Carol Martin . Iim Hollister Karen Mumper Ginger Messner Donnie Harris , Mrs. Bowen Mountain Maggie .... Maw Fry ........ Emmy Fry ..... Izzie Fry . . . Clem Fry ........... Rosie Belle Fry ...... Autn Harry Hornhonker Becky Mae Hornhonker Willy Hornhonker .... Pappy Popoff ....... Zeke Popoff ........ The Travelin Preacher . Wedding Guests ..... Musicians . . . . Entertainers . . Directors . . . enior Kfcwd presents A'FEUDIN' ovER YONDER October 24, 1958 Cast . . . . . Sandy Spreng Karen Mumper Beverly McCullough . . Bob Picklesimer Don Harris . . Ginger Messner Lois Lang . . Carol Martin . . Dick Anderson . . . . Iim McMillen . . . Herbert Martin . . David McKibben . . Pat Lincicome Lois Hays Eva Root . . . Iohn Brown Ralph Darling . . . Drexell Ashby Bud Chandler . . . 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Iamcs Pennel, Ken Norris, Judy Campbell, Hazel Schlaucli, Nancy Mllcy, Graco Miller, Peg Schopivr, janet Kline, Pat Hays, Carol Dininger, Iolin Columbo, ROIHUO B0Vi1lUfO11- Iool Brldontlial, lorry Purdy, Tmliiy Vanlwl, l.i1niaAxirio1':1u1i, Coretta Bronclnan, Carol Burqctt, Marilyn Mcliinlvy, Nancy Ioiiorios, Linda Mariln, Marlo Vaubol, Peg l'lcklv:2l111u1, Kathleen lJavvnpori. 'F' , vQ NfE.lE Q . I Q.. , f z iw AQ V L, , wg f 5 41 ! 1' NR LJ tg 1? ,rift A 'Qi 4,5 fu", f ' . F1 J' 6- , is L W ,, -E we Q " w 5 , f , 'Q z f W qw ff ff ' 4 fs- ol ' , 55 4 f' , W3 .4 V ,1 T. f UQ f 351 MK: JFK .f , v 'fit' Mil. W :': " : '5-,Q ' ' 5 Zi" A - , , , ,, B X ,K ,Q W 1' 521: ,,f , '-,- 2 -L .1 +1.5,-- M' Z V ,9,f:?f1" 5gI, Q 233, 3 f '.f -"fif22iE,f:' '. .f 'A 53 4' :...E::vj,,' - 5155.6 yy E., a '4' 5 2,5 Q , Q ' A g 2 f as 5 1 If , , A .-, v K 2 X1 v 4 Y . 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