Nevada High School - Reflector Yearbook (Nevada, OH)

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y llllFLllCTllll f Published by Class of l957 Nevada High School Nevada. Ohio 1 Dedication Mr s MARY RO TBERTS We the class of 1057 rierimfate thls yearbook to Mrs Mary Roberts ShL has helped to :reparn us for our lxfe after graduatxon through her knowledge ofEng11sh Lawn and home economxcs We xush her Contmued success ID her teachmg career Z . . f f - f U V , , - . - 1 b 1 , , 1 . . M ADMINISTRATION I , ff? ,4Q,y 'ff' 3-5' Q9 g.,-l 11" Y-:if fi IN BRUCE MARTIN CHARLOTTE GILLILAND HISIOTY Jr I-hgh Cornmerclal Phys Ed 9 if 9 T""'P WILLIAM STAHL RUTH KUENZLI Musxc Engllsh KW iso 1 1 'Ni DONALD CULLER Phys Ed Mathematms ,,1i""' v 3 '1 'X MM LUTHER LUST Science Mathematlcs EDWINI RITTERSPACH EMILY FORD VANICE CROUSE Scxence SocxalStud1es Englxsh Lxbrary Agrwulture 4 We shall alwaxs rerrember the in terest our superintendent 'wir Luther B Lust takes in grouo actixities and indi vidual problems His principles and high ideals haxe contributed much to our suc cess 234. COUNTY SUPT D W OMAN Mrs. Caskey's helpful attitude and warm smile will never be forgotten. Mrs. CASKEY, SCHOOL SECRETARY Xe SUPERINTENDENT LUTHER B LUST Mr Oman is always welcome to visit our school in the future as he has in the past 5 VY' Student Council ul!!-4 Our Student Council is a democratic organ- ization which helps the students and faculty come to a be ter unoerstandlng of the problems of our School Board of Education Here arc cxtxfens all vuth many other I'C5DOY15lbllltl9S xxorkmg for he betterment ot our school Seaten .lein collmg George ROSS Car ey Rttterspach anf Rxcharcl I are Stanrlmg Lester Markley Forrest Dxsher and Supt Lust 6 Q ' ' . I. v , , , - K , - . f- ' - t . -- 4 1 , 1 . I . J . , . . A . -' 1 , . . LA "VN-.N yds' 5 Q Bus Drlvers We thank Mrs W11l1ams Mrs Cre ger and Mrs Roberts for the1r effmclency 1n servmg our meals Our respectwe busdrxvers start our day wxth a frlendly Good Morn1ng They are Max Hughey Edwln Rxtterspach Rxchard Healy Archxe Sheaffer and Floyd Wrllson P Cafeteria Our janitors, Dale Moll and Kenneth Fritz., have done a good job of keeping us warm, and sweeping up our waste paper for another year. Custodians SENIORS LARRY HITE Class Presldent Class V1ce Presldent Student Councll Treasurer Class Play FFA Vmce Pres1dent Treasurer ,,. M1xed Chorus Boys Glee Club gg Bafld Baseball Basketball Newshound Staff Octette Operetta State Land Judg1ng goto JAN KUENZLI Class Vxce Presmdent M1xed Chorus Boys Glee Club OUR PRESIDENT Band OUR VICE PRESIDENT Baseball Basketball Annual Staff Octette Operetta Class Hlstory As we began our h1gh school year we were thlrty f1ve freshmen mcludmg those from Wyandot and Eden Off1cers chosen were Jlm Baublltz Larry H1te Sharon K1nsley and Judy Kellogg We were all very much relleved after 1n1t1at1on day had passed Leadmg the sophomore class were Larry Hlte Gale Bryant Judy Kellogg and Jean Ann St1ger We sold engraved penclls of the basketball schedule to elevate our f1nanc1al status We as Jumors presented two plays Bells on Thelr Toes" and 'Green Valley We sold refreshments at basketball and baseball games We also sponsored a Va entme Dance In the sprmg we were hosts of the .Tumor Senlor Prom the theme of whlch was The Old South' A beaut1fully appolnted southern home complete w1th classzc columns velvety lawns and a stable was represented Leadmg us through these momentous actxvltxes were Jxm Baublmtz Tom Mmller Carolyn Chance and Emlly Starner Our leaders for the sen1or year are Larry Hlte Jan Kuenzll Leora Bell and Em1ly Starner One of the f1rst actxvxtxes of the semors was the 1mt1at1on of the xn commg freshmen The exc1t1ng day cllmaxed w1th a dance held 1n thelr honor We have chosen the red rose as our class flower We are startmg out ln lxfe wxth the motto 'The Door to Success 15 Labeled Push ' For the last few weeks we have been busy publlshmg the Reflector and preparmg for the sen1or tr1p We have sponsored the annual Chrlstmas Dance Every sen1or IS lookmg forward to Baccalaureate and Commencement w1th pleasurable antlclpatlon t1nged wlth regret .1 lea Dale Em1ly Jean A. Mary Lou Marcla Wllma Carolyn Larry H 9 lr?" Flu, 'Q YH? CAROLYN CHANCE Class Secretary ........ Student Council ........ Secretary ..... . ..... National Honor Society. . . Scholarship Team. . . . . . Prince of Peace. . . Local Winner. . Librarian. . . . . . Class Play ..... . . FHA .......... .... Girls Glee Club. . . . . .1-Z Annual Staff ..... . . . Newshound Staff ........ Girls Volleyball Team. . . Operetta .... ......... HOWARD GILLILAND Class Play ............ FFA ....... Basketball ............ MARY JANE STOVER GEORGE EYESTONE, Jr. f' L..- Class Play ............ . .3 FFA. . ............ 1-Z 3-4 Vice President. . . . . . .4 Mixed Chorus .... .... Z -3-4 Boys Glee Club. .. . .1-2-3-4 Band ..... . . . . . .Z 3-4 Operetta .... .......... Z -4 MARY LOU SUTER Student Council .... .... . .l Librarian. .... . .1 Class Play. . . . . .3 FHA. . ...... . . .l-Z Mixed Chorus .... .... 2 -3-4 Girls Glee Club. . . . .1-2-3-4 Accompanist .... ..1-Z-3-4 Band. . . ....... . .1-2-3-4 Newshound Staff .... .... 3 -4 Operetta. ........ . . . .Z Varsity Cheerleader. . . . .3 Reserve Cheerleader. .... Z-4 RILEY MOLL Librarian. ............ 1-4 Boys Glee Club .... .... 1 -2 Baseball ...... .. 1-Z 3-4 Basketball .... . .1-Z-3-4 Track ..... .. .Z-3-4 I 'ET Prince of Peace ........ Class Play ........ .... Mixed Chorus .... . . . Girls Glee Club. . . .. .l-Z Band. .............. . Newshound Staff ..... . . Girls Volleyball Team. . . Sextette. . . ...... . . . . Operetta .... ....... MARCIA KERN Class Play .......... FHA .......... .... Girls Glee Club... .. 1 Z 3 Operetta ............ JAMES Al-IMANN Student Council ....... Treasurer ..... Scholarship Team. . Class Play . . . . . . FFA ......... . . Mixed Chorus .. . . . .. Boys Cvlee Club.. . .. l Band ......... . . l Baseball... ... Basketball. . . .l Track. .... . Annual Staff . . . Ocretme .-.- - Operetta .... ....... SHARON KINSLEY Class Secretary ...... Class Play .......... FHA ........ .... Mixed Chorus . . . . . l Girls Glce Club.. . . . .l Band .......... . . l Newshound Staff. . . . SextetLe ........... l Operetta ............ Varsity Cheerleader .... Reserve Cheerleader .... 117 JEAN ANN STIGER C1a's Treasurer ,,,,,,, Spacer.: Csu:c1l....... Class Play. .. . ru -..A ....... .. Secretary. . . Mzxed Chorus .... . . . 'lgrls Glee Club .. . . .l Band ........ ...l Annua. Stafz , , , , , , , Newshound Staff. . . Operezta .......... Varsity Cheerleader . . . Reserve Cheerleader , , , Majorette .......... 1 RICHARD MYERS FFA ............... Secretary. . . .. .. .. Mixed Chorus . . . DALE BARE National Honor Society. . . Scholarship Team ...... FFA .......... . Mixed Chorus. . . . . Boys Glee Club , , , , Band .... ...... . . 1 Newshound Staff. . . . . Octette . .......... . . EMI LY ST ARNER Class Treasurerl . . . , . , National Honor Society , , Librarian .......... 1 Class Play ........... FHA ........ . . Mixed Chorus .... . . . Girls Glee Club . .. . ..l- Annual Staff ........ , Newshound Staff ,,,,,,, Girls Volleyball Team . . Operetta ............ LARRY GOODMAN Class Play ........... FFA ............. l Treasurer . . . . Mixed Chorus. . . . . Boys Glee Club ....... l- Basketball .......... l County Livestock Judgingl - . .yu Boys Glee Club . . . Basketball ......... JOYCE CASE Scholarship Team .... Prince of Peace ...... Class Play .... . FHA ....... . . Mixed Chorus . . . . . Girls Glee Club . . . , .1 Z Band ......... . . l Z Sextette ..... . . . Operetta . . . L L3 3 DARREL MOTTER Class Play .......... FFA ......... . . . Boys Glee Club . . . . Baseball ...... . . Track Manager .... Basketball Manager .... WILMA DAIBER National Honor Society . Librarian . ....... . . Class Play --.. - . FHA ........ . . Girls Glee Club. . . ... Annual Staff ......... Newshound Staff ...... Girls Volleyball Team. . Operetta . . ........ . DAVID YOUMANS Class Play .......... FFA ........ . Mixed Chorus, , , , Boys Glee Club, , , , , Baseball ...-- Manager. , , , Basketball, , , , Track . . . . . Operetta - - - - PD ..-it T' .r Q1 , SHIRLEY OLIVER Prince of Peace .... Class Play ..... Girls Glee Club .... Band ............ Girls Volleyball T eam Operetta .......... ...3 ....3 JIM BAUBLITZ Class President .... Student Council ..... . . . Z President . . Treasurer . . Class Play .... FFA .......... ffili President ..... . . .Z Vice President.. . .. .. Mixed Chorus .... .... Z -3 Boys Glee Club . . . . l-2-3 Basketball .... . . .1-Z-3 Baseball... . . . . . . .3 Track ........ . . . l-Z-3 Annual Staff .... 'Nlewshound Staff Octette Operetta MARILYN HEISTAND Class Play FHA Mixed Chorus Girls Glee Club Band Operetta SHARON AULT Prince of Peace ...... FHA ............. Vice President . . . Girls Glee Club. . . .. Operetta ........... JUDY KELLOGG Class Secretary ...... Class Treasurer ..... Student Council . . Librarian ..... Class Play . . . FHA ....... Mixed Chorus. . . . . . Girls Glee Club. . . . Band ...... . . . . . Newshound Staff ...... Girls Volleyball Team . . Sextette ........... Qpgyetta ........... Varsity Cheerleader- - - Reserve Cheerleader. . . TOM MILLER Class Vice President . . Class Play .......... FFA ............. Secretary . . . Mixed Chorus . . . . . Boys Glee Club. . . . Baseball ...... . Basketball ......... Operetta ........... District Land Judging Winner .......... Z l-2-3-4 . . . .4 l-Z-3-4 . ...l .3 .1 .3 l-Z 3-4 3-4 3-4 .4 3-4 3-4 .Z-4 3-4 .1 3 . 3 3-4 .3-4 .3-4 3-4 3-4 3-4 . Z 3 ' x R' 1 R141 Larry I-hte Presldent Emxly Starner Treasurer Mr Culler Class Advxsor Leora Bell Secretary Ez Reporter Jan Kuenzh VICE Presldent Class Wall J1m Ahmann w1ll my bench pos1t1on to anyone who wants out of school early Sharon Ault w1ll my abtlzty to cook 1n Home Econom1cs to Opal Dale Bare w1ll my chem1stry manual to any .Tumor who can read lt Jxm Baubhtz. w1ll my debonaxr self to Robert Schxlhng Leora Bell wxll my modesty to Sarah Coons Gale Bryant w1ll my ab1l1ty to behave tn school to Charles Vaughn Joyce Case w1ll my advanced algebra and the teacher to anyone stupld enough to want them Carolyn Chance w1ll my love of Elv1s to Mr Martm Wllma Datber w1ll my natural curly ha1r to Betty Bare George Eyestone w1ll my bumld to Tommy Bennett Helen G1ll1am w1ll my ab1l1ty of a quxet nature to Susan McCl1ntock Howard Gxlhland w1ll my ab1l1ty to type eleven words a mxnute to anyone stupld enough to take ty lng Larry Goodman w1ll my ab1l1ty to make wxse cracks to any Joker Mar1lyn Hetstand w1ll my pretty lxttle ole freckles to Mary Kay Helstand Larry l-hte w1ll my pltchmg abxlxty to Verl Markley Judy Kellogg w1ll my four years cheerleadmg pos1t1on to Vergene Markley Marcxa Kern w1ll my br1ght red ha1r to Marle Gxlhland Sharon Kxnsley wxll my ab111ty not to tell corny jokes and then laugh at them to Mr Crouse Glenn Kuenzlx w1ll my ab1l1ty to get along wtth g1rls to Larry Clarkson Jan Kuenall vull my success mn playmg trumpet to Larry Wmchester Shlrley Lawrence w1ll my success xn my majorette pos1t1on to anybody who wants bllsters sore feet and whxstles Tom Mmller wxll my trxple hlts to Eddle Martm Rxley Moll w1ll my abxlxty to strlke out to Raymond McCl1ntock Darrel Motter w1ll my ab1l1ty to do darmng thlngs to anyone crazy enough to do em Dxck Myers w1ll my love for l1terature to Mtss Ford Sh1rley Ollver w1ll my steadlness 1n standlng 1n the cafeter1a to Conn1e Johnson Emtly Starner w1ll my he1ght to Nancy Spltler Jean Stlger w1ll my cheerleadlng posxtlon to anyone who wants bumps brulses and a sore throat Mary Jane Stover w1ll my abthty to play the barttone to Lmda Cover Mary Lou Suter w1ll my abxhty to play the plano to Lowell Exer Donald Wmllson w1ll my car to anyone who comes to school on a bxcycle Davld Youmans w1ll my abllmty to never let thmgs get dull to Ronald O1ler I5 .., , Q, , ,M 4 -. Q - 4 . W, un I . , If . . , - L. , P - v f . . . . . . . . 9--aqfv' . V "H ' ' m mi , . , . , . , . , . , . I I Y ' , . . , . , . , . 1 , . , . , . , . , . , . . , . l ' ' 1 ' v , . , . , . . . . . . , , . , . , . , . , 1 1 , . , . , . , . Class Prophecy By looking into a crystal ball one can see ahead into the inperceivables of our lives. Visiting a few able crystal-ball gazers, I am now able to narrate to you what positions in life our fellow Seniors of "57" will have settled into. It seems as though ole Confederate James Ahmann has started another revolt by saving his Confederate money. But we should have no fear because President Dale Bare has taken a stand against the revolt. fThis does not necessarily reflect the feelings of all bears., I have heard that the President has the help of that distinguished general from Georgia, George Wheeler Eyestone, who wears diamond studed boots only. His accomplice, Howard Gilliland, being of such great strength and stature, provides the General a very able bodyguard. I was attending some races the other day when the whole crowd of people stood to watch a cloud of smoke on the track. Out of the smoke cloud came a sleek low-cut Oldsmobile driven by Harry Larry Goodmang following a length behind was Darrel Motter. These boys have been driv- ing for quite some time now and have been recorded at speeds up to 448 m.p.h., using a new type motor built by the two most top-notch mechanics of the country, Larry Hite and Tom Miller. A mystic scene of grandeur appears before your eyes featuring two stars of the modern movie world , that gallant gentleman Jim Baublitz, and playing opposite is the beautiful singing star Shar- on Kinsley. This is the world premier of their latest movie, "The Great Love". I have seen rabbits maybe twenty to thirty thousand, rabbits hereg rabbits there, rabbits everywhere. A sign says that this is a ranch for rabbits. Who could own this ranch? I imagine and find him to be Glenn Kuenzli. He uses the new Crouse Plan for the course of raising and car- ing of rabbits. I have heard of two Florence Nightingales of the modern world. Patients of these two would surely be assured of a quick recovery for I am speaking of Jean Ann Stiger and Marcia Kern. In speaking of people employed in the medical field, I am sure that everyone has heard of the famous doctor, Carolyn Chance. This woman of great intellectual stature has just recently been awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine. Education is needed by all young people to keep our civilization at a high standard. We have co-teachers in the first grade at Nevada Elementary since classes have grown so large. We find Mary Lou Suter and Judy Kellogg filling these positions. I am sure a lot is being learned from these two. . I have witnessed a great hunting party leaving Niarobi, with a great hunter leading. Riley Moll has become quite famous in gunning down elephants. I have heard that the Bobcats have taken the state championship in basketball this year. Al- though this is no surprise since Dave Youmans has become coach at Nevada High. Seems as though an amazing discovery has recently been made in nuclear research by awo- man physist. Her name is none other than Joyce Case, who can be very proud of her late achieve- ment. . Back at the classrooms of Nevada High we find Emily Starner teaching the proper use of the English language to all the little brats who use the word "ain't". Donald Willson and Marilyn Heistand have signed suit of a partnership called marriage and now own a little ranch fabout 2000 acresj out West. This is a horse ranch and employed by the Willsons is two gun Dick Myers breaking and training horses. On television you have probably watched the show "Private Secretary" which at one time star- red Ann Southern. But now a much prettier girl has taken over whose name is Leora Bell. We are quite sure she will make a great success of her career. Shirley La-.vrence has become hostess and entertainer at Gale Bryant's club in Key West, Flor- ida. I have watched this performance many times and will say that this is something to see. Star- ring now at Bryant's "Rendevous" is Jan Kuenzli. I-Ie has a band of his own and is doing quite nicely with his tour of the country. We see in the newspapers that Sharon Ault has been elected Senior Senator from Ohio. She has been quite successful in her career of politics. Wilma Daiber is now working at a top secretarial job at a big firm in New York. She also owns a few cosmetic stores which she has as a hobby. We have often seen a picture of a pretty young woman in the various magazines and newspa- pers who has been making life more pleasant for a great number of people. She is Mary JaneSto- ver who for the past few years has been running a home for young children less fortunate than we at that time. Shirley Oliver and Helen Gilliam are now leading a group of people supporting a drive to raise funds to erect a big library building in Nevada. It is comforting to know that we have people who are endeavoring to make the education of young and old alike more easily obtained. Shirley Marilyn and and Gale 16 Donald I WPS M955 PDC CLASSES u - K ,, 4- . . 1"xA J " .I'Y"S,"'L K p 1 5 I E V ,, ,,.-, y,,,.4,,r R, Qi' ' Ar' -. Q' N 1 . Iv" gf nf I ' Inf 'oly , ,- YI' A I 's 'i . v 5 1. 1 Q 1 1-ll! Um f nv S4 ' "1 N, f, If 1' 1' "'1f!' lx 'ww' fLfW"",r gff-Ifmk-f,v- sfwf an A .lumors v- , v- SFCI w kr XF1 v- ii wr 1 n,1T'Um Lf w 18 O EIHS' Ei .Ni E'?i'.'lI1:f 'I 1. .'.'rf,f.f1r"?.1fHL:i:,v".NffrQ'1.N T 1r:f.:1.".f:z f I7w:'.,'h'. Ii f'Yx1.s'w rg Y, E5:!'i11r1 .f3f,?1xrff ,'-.rr1r' f . ' Uflfi Ri '-N'3fQ',r1w,'5:'1'1-..fNff1:".' I-x'l'11I'I'.5.r1x 5 .W r.'Q1:xw.' Vulv. .'.111S Y':HI'I"IS.Ii'1'?l 'mira :x'71f'5. Mrs. Lwms Q2LIl:1x1r1ff. ff IEx.?1f1U'.N': Rf1x'::1+:1f NfuC'1i:1T.wE'.,Vhri5'1Ir:vr. QV- X- Ii1.l1Icr1.Rwbvr' fhwus. I,'w.v1l I-Q1 Er 1:1515 Vurbzrz. IT.1:m1lfEfvhrxsuru. Pima- F1x"h V3--El. , A, 'fig' pr I' ' R ' . l ll . I fgmm KIM' lim If SQNW F'-9-.2 I Yvonne Karg ................... Treasurer Rona1riOi1er ................ Vice President Mr. Mariin .............. Sophomore Advisor Richard Gregg ................. ..Presif!ent Linda Cover ............ 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Marlene Willson Reporter Marie Gilliland Pregrdem ".g,s.4s.., Patricia Baker X ice President Mr Crouse Freshmen Advisor 'Na1'1Cy Baehr Secretary Nergene Markley Treasurer Freshman an 'B 0,0 FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: Shelby Vaughn Susan McClintock Janet Hite Carolyn Goodman Margie Jacobs Norma Starner Betty Bare Bar bara Chance, Ruth Ann Motter, Marie Gilliland, Sarah Coons, Mary Kay Heistand, Marie Gerber. Mr. Vance Crouse, Vergene Markley, Marlene Willson, Barbara Rothlisberger, Pat Nordyke, Lucy Collett, Nancy Baehr, Mildred Chance, Sharon Bucher, Nancy Neiderhau- ser, Opal Silveous, Pat Baker, John Kellogg, Morris Fail- er. Verl Markley, John Failor, Richard Dilley, FranklinSwar- tz, Bob Adams, John Clayton, Robert Schilling, Larry Snod grass, Pete Limmerman, Larry Clarkson, Bill Amert, Curtis England, Tom Trish, Charles Vaughn, Garland John- son, Tom Bennett, Elwood Smith. Eighth Grade IRSY ROW SECO ND ROW 1 HIRD ROW PXBSEN F Nan 1nfa K1nv Marx NCI erhao1s1r Bonnu La renee Ellecn Karfv Ramona S our 111113 fhomas Je in -Xnn Wh1 amor Bexern IDIITTWYTIILT. Nincy Kc rr COUIIIC .Johnson Sincri 1r1sh S15 n 'nr ov1n11 lx ns ex Paula Dames Mrs rxno'-c Rob r S Mwrgaret Morgan Helen Dxer I-Iar1Ln1 ITN unver Nar mn xorfxfce E. Se E 1 James Vimcr DOH3111 Corbm X1X1H '1oxth1mer abc Su 1r 11 James W1111an1s 'Norman X arns ' omas Ciskcx G1rxHolf1cra Brommp Trlxkr Jac puler Robert Cru-1n1f.r Lirr Da1bcr Lurrx Pirmer If. 1 1 an O9 USS 1 lx C1 L1rr5 Ho man Seventh Grade Doe Rc xx mr x ' 1 S K rm 1 111 Dx SECOX1JROv Nr E Lrinu r LL 1 '1 +1 1 1 r PxO'lY11L N111' tb 1 XBSEN Bri D I- '. 1 LA ' ' 5,1 I' I' ff- 1 1 ' , 11 W xl: I , ' ' v ' I 'N 1 A' V D, 1 1 , , 1 , 1 1 . , 1, 1. w '- e. 1 ', ' 1 I , ,1. . . f 1 1 ' ' , E171 M111- ,C 1 ' '1 1 I' :f '-,1 '." 1 ':',11, 1 A . je , 'Q' H' rr '15 A .11 1'1' 1' . 1111 nick, f 12" , " ' :- 1, ' .1 A , 1' f 1' 'Q . 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Kjf X4'L Pav ,,.f-f :wif GRADES Sixth Grade Q Ar-'sry ff' 'arg 00 I-IRST ROW Judy Brown Sylyta Brandt Laurelle Lee Yoxthlmer Lxnda Dyer Roberta Chance Lmda Harrlson Kathleen Vaughn Cheryl Remhart Kay Kellogg SECOND ROW James Adams Charles Coy er Mmchael Buckley Eugene Thomas Jams 'NIe1derhauser Rosemary Nolen Marjorte Barmck John Baehr B1lly Clmger THIRD ROW Mrs Irym 'l schant7 Ted Caldwell Gerald Logan Barry ald Scott Robert McLaughl1n W1ll1am Best Norman Boggs John Baker Wayne Bare M1chael Smalley Fifth Grade f1fNB FIRST ROW Janean Guy Ann Hetstand Janet Gregg Sus1e Pflelder Maureen Dumm1tt Sandra Lawrence Cheryl Coyer Donna R1tterspach Mary Ellen I-'r1tz SECOND ROW Mrs 'Neytn Kmsley Terry Gr1ff1th Clarence Emlck Carole Groxe Jo Ann Gerber Loretta Collett Janet Guy Elame Thomas Glorma Alban Karen Hexdeman THIRD ROW James McLaughl1n Gene Bla1r Donald NIOFIIS Melvm Goldsm1th Edward McLaughl1n George H1mm1nger Rlch ard Vent Rxcky Leeth Ronald Suter Ronald Gollmg Z5 ,. 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I x . f 11 f- ,.. -1 Second Grade FIRST ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW Rebecca Young Bonme Nolen Jennlfer K1mmel V1Ck1J3 cobs Phylhs Creamer Sandra Leeth Edlth Nolen Deborah Parker D1ana Rltterspach Darlene Thomas Pamela Mark ley Dlana Houk Robert Nolen J1m Petroff M1chael Moll M1chael Nordyke Deborah Damry Glorla Whltaker Pamela Gerber Con stance Kheune Deborah Larmck Lmda Trlsh Ellen Trout Carolyn Br1cker Mrs Edw1n Stelnmetz Danlel Thomas Terry Koehler Danny Holdcraft Mxchael Clayton M1chael Rltterspach Kellogg T1mothy Yoorhees Melvln Barth J1mmy Da1ber Flrst Grade I-lRS'l ROW SECOND ROW THIRD ROW ABSENIT HGH Sharon Grove Jul1e Benson Roberta Markley Kathle Rchm Carmen Petrotf Regma Smlth Sandra Yoorhees Beyerly Dyer Gladys McLaughl1n Opal Dyer Sandral-louk Marsha Da1ber Beatr1ce Baehr Chr1st1ne Kuenzll Joe Baker Eddxe Ekle berry Larry Khuene Patrlck Morgan Robert Chance John Kxmmel Bobby Dalry Larry Staats .lumor Butler Dennms Welty Mmss Jean Schvtebel B1lly Mlller Tommy Balhet Carl Kuenzll .lack McLaughl1n Lauren Markley G1lbert Moore Freddme Brown Homer 'Nlolen Robert Wolfe Xernon Cas key Gary Parker Carl Creamer Judy Hoffman 28 1 4 it I 4- 1 , V 4 2 ,. 1 he 1 1 1: ' ' I I P ,. 5 1 L f , '5 ' 1 5 .I ox : , ' , A ' , ' ' - , , , , I 1 7 - , . 3 1 1 , 1 1 1 I - , , , , l 1 ' 1 Stephen Hoover, Jonathan Smalley, Michael Nordye,Thomas , , , - , F . 5 K : .E ' F .f 'l XL Q Q y gt 0 i 11. A C W K 1 -, ' 1 Xfe D JQ. I Y l f 1 X I 1 - v l V - V ' V ' F 1 r ' 1 1 1 A, I . y , , 4' , . - 'Y 1 I l l 1 V A YY Y 3 - 1 - A1 V 1 V1 ' l ' v Y - 1 ' 1 3 1 r 1 ' C X' J V0 :Q ORGANIZATIONS Band Mixed Chorus Orr- hflhrfh fsfl Q TQ? 30 ? i QT 0 'fl Girls' Glee Club 'Wwnf 'Q 'VW1 nf-1 ID -A vn- 6,4 Boys Glee Club H f1ClC"'f'og5 pfmf C1 P " fvnii ' 'A f 'NL ., ',Py 5 ,I - . 'T ' 0 J' lf . ' lv . , 'C 1, , , ' i Q 2 I s V ki" is ian, , v"'2 'f 9 ' P K D' ' Vg I , , g -V "Q" .Q 1 - ' 32 Sextette Judy Kellogg 'viarle G1l11lanc Jul1a Worms Sharon Klnsley Ruth Ann Adams Marv Jane Stox er Octette Jan Kuenzll Larry H1te Lowell E1er Jlrn Baubhtz Jzm Ahmann Gale B1-5. ant Glenn Kuenzh Larry Wznchester 1" 'f nm-9 Drum Major And Malorettes Gale Bryant Judy Jury Jean AnnSt1g er Sh1rley Lawrence 9' P P Future Homemakers of Amerlca Future Farmers of Amerlca rw fi Fl FN 9 14 Newspaper The NIEWSHOUND IS our schoolpa per Wh1Ch IS lssued every month Our ed xtor Carolyn Chance and her eff1c1er1t staff do a very fme Job We are mdeed grateful to Mrs Cnllrland for the pat1ence and lnterest she shows 1n the enterpr1se Newspaper Staff EDITOR Carolyn Chance GRADE REPORT ER Emlly Starner ASST EDITOR Dorothy Rothhsberver F F A REPORTER Glenn Kuenzh HUMOR GOSSIP Yvonne Karg and Sharon Sheaffer MUSIC Judy Kellogg SPORTS Larry H1te Barbara Amert PROOFREADERS Margaret Turpln and Martha Bennett TYPIST Typlng Class II CLASS REPORTERS Leora Bell Nancy Cole STUDENT COUNCIL Carolyn Cl'13.nCe L1nda Cover Marlene W11130n ADVISOR Mrs Louxs Cnlllland Library The Nevada Hlgh School IS proud of 1ts full shelves of books and helpful lrbrarrans We appreclate M1ss Ford' 1n1t1at1ve 1n estabhslnng an eff1c1ent fxlhng system Through her we have obtalned many new and rnterestmg books Bonme Lawrence and L1nda Larxck CIRCULATION . . . Wilma Daiber and Dale Bare . . . . . S 35 -Q4 I 4 fgvsy,-f A fwsfg EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER af-..4.4., CIRCULATION MANAGER ACTIXITIES MANAGER A ADVERTISING MANAGER ffm EMM? IIN PHOTOGRAPHY MANAGER. . . . . . . X X ADVISOR. .. .. . 9 A I 9 ' .G 4 ' , 'I I A452-I I , Fgwgtflz'-f A A I , - ,XII ll f nnmaf Q6 si I II!! 1 H -ff if: . .. . .,.. . . . . . Q P P P P Scholarshlp Team 0. Nexada 15 orouc to have so manx stu cents tamng schola shun tests IH such a ar etx, o subjec s Thex have brought home many honors to Nex aca H1ghSChOOl 'UV' Natrona! Honor Society The 'Nlatlonal Honor Soclety 15 an outgrowth of many honor soc1et1es mn colleges The purpose of thls soclety LS to recogmze outstand1ng ab1l1ty and ach1evement ln the secondary schools of thms county The const1tut1on of th1s nauonal orgamzatzon has four objectzves and 1deals as fund amental ID all educatlon practxce Scholarshlp Character Leadershlp and Seruce The present members of the so clety are Carolyn Chance Emlly Starner Dale Bare and W1lma Dalber 'Nlevt members w1ll be selected 1n the sec ond semester PRINTCE OF PEACE CONTESTANITS FIRST ROW SuS1e Suter Mar1e Gxlllland 'Nancy Welder hauser Dorothy Rothllsberger L1nda 1-'1ll xnger Margaret Turp1n SECONTD ROW Mr Martln Rlchard D1lley Mary Jane Sto ver 'Nlorma Starner Carolyn Chance Joyce Case Yvonne Karg Robert Sch1ll1ng 37 .i 15' is :pie .-f , h Vw , -I ' I If I f ,, 1 I 1 Ei 1' ' 1. f '. A - 2' , - - tg - li 5. . . ' ' f 1 JJ . . , . , . - .' ' V , , . , . 3 V A . Y. f y r 4 I if 1 - ' 5 Q ' f 'v Z I i Y E 7 S.. A A A 7 'I' . , ,T A ' 1 x ' , . . : . ', ' ' , - YA I I J GXQW WTF' ,. " -.QW 'EF 2 sq um: Q ATHLETICS fri, W x' .. , 55 R VE DW? f' bi , , V 'f f s g B3S6b3H'T63H1 HFNA O5 4V"t K Our baseball team captured second place 1n Wyandot Countv wlth a record of flve w1ns and one loss The 1956 track team captured the number ONE spot 1n the county and placed flfth m dlstrxct Compet1t1orx Charles G1l11land Class of 19561 and Dave Youmans represented us xn the State Track Meet Track Bon M 50 B 'X- , , 40 I5 I I -f --" p Y' In 1 n . I I 1 , D V - -. "ts . I lg ' T I , . f 2. 'f ' f , lv ' f 1 1 X V I 'j ' la lx l v 8 .Q WH -. t , ' 7 Q ' l l l ' l " K li l 1 lQ,,'f' - g ' , ' X . f . H 4, ' 1 . X 1 J ,i l. 4 lx I ' f "'. 'tl ' K N I L l . ' i t 3 . . . 1 . K - . If lf ii I '- V "if J N u 40' s- '11, m uw ,Mx . 8 " ' 1 um-1, Cheerleaders Markley They are on thexr toes most of the t1me cheermg the reserve players on to a v1ctory Reserve Team The reserve players are FIRST ROWQ Tom Bennett Edward Martln Raymond McCl1ntock Don Kuenzh B1l1Amert Charles Vaughn fSECOND ROW, Coach Culler Francxs Corbm Larry Clarkson Pete Z1mmerman Lowell E1er John Clayton QTHIRD ROW, Rlchard Gregg Bob Sch1ll1ng George Ruhlen John Stalder Dav1d Monroe Larry Wlnchester mfg 2 5 f f l 5 f 2 f W 4 1, ' Y 7 of f fr F5 ' 5 The reserve cheerleaders are: Shirley Lawrence, Mary Lou Suter, and Vergene 1 C , ' , . l I I 9 l I l I ! ' I D Y I , ' 'A mi " L wk , A' h .5 . , V 1 - Qi I tgx ie D K Volleyball 0000009 The purpose of the g1rls volley ball team 1S to promote better re1at1onsh1ps vuth grrls rn other schools The team IS lookxng forward to many 2XC1f,1l'1g Games m the future Cheerleaders Our vars1ty cheerleaders do a fme ia, ' Job of leadmg the cheers Judy Kellogg and Sharon Kxnsley have served as Cheerleaders durmg each of thelr hlgh school years Congratulatmns glrlsl The cheerleaders are Judy Kel logg Jean Ann Stlger standmg are Margaret Turp1n Sharon K1nsley and Sus1e Suter Varsity Team Basketball ,TQ 75' We are justly proud of our varslty basketball team as havmg placed sec ond 1n league compet1t1on Nlxce go1ng boys' , -Q 43 JAN KUENZLI DAVE YOUMANS JIM BAUB LIT Z Varsity RILEY MO LL LARRY HITE 44 Q - ' 4 , -A S V' , TOM MILLER GLENN KUENIZL1 Team LARRY GOODMAN GALE BRYANT 45 F3 'IJX 1 I I f X , X1 'X Af? DICKEN AND WCNDERS STUDIO I2I Perry Street Fggtgrla Qhlo f UG, 'as Photographers for the Reflector 46 Compllments of Nevada Wrecking Yard Owner Andrew Kuenzll Used Parts S Tlres 24 Hour Towlng Wrecker Service Dealer In Scrap Iron Metals Corner of Arers 8 South St Phone 3l9l Nevada Ohlo The First Cltlzens Natlonal Bank Nevada Upper Sandusky Complete Banking Service Deposits Insured By The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SIO OOO Maximum Insurance For Each Deposltor 47 Compliments of Compllments of Emlck s Sohlo Courteous Auto Service Compliments and Best Wishes Compliments and Best Wishes to the Senior Class of l957 Vent Body Company Upper Sandusky Chao 48 . y . Paul Emick, Prop. Nevada, Ohio EVAN S FLORAL COMPA Y Flo ers For All Occasions ppe S O 0 Pho e SQ3 FIRST NATIO AL BANK The Bank of Friendly Ser Ice Sy amore Ohio 49 fa, nlffif-V33 f "f"d.J1 1: zwf' l'I' W . U r oncuslfy nr ' rv , fv f .. . . 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Y' of of 52 BRINGWIAN S COMPANY FUNERAL HOME Contnnuous Service Sunce I909 phone IQ7 Ambulance Service Lady Attendant Upper Sandusky Onto slvl S N EVADA SAWMILL Wyandot County Implement Dealers Association KLIENZLI HARDWARE Creager Implement Co Carey Implement Store Wharton Harclwa Schmudt Machine M E Bo en Implement Store U S Implement Company Wyandot Tractor 8 Implement Upper Farm Servace Incorporated Wyandot Co Farm Bur Co op Assn Upper Tractor Sales 8- Service Sycamore Implement Store Vent Implement Company l ,, , , , ,, lie Azlshe ClussfffI3f' 1 Itfrrlrvfllrwrlf of ff :Plz 'zlx nf re I . 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V 1 H" ' ' . . x - ' ' 0 , 1 J Q, C mplz enls W D MUSSER F xer 1 P ultrx fe S PFE1FER HARDWARE Br-'Cyrus Phone 5 2127 Dressed Poultry G Custom Dressing Upper Sandusky Ohio I' ora flfllf lU71PVllS fgmpllmgnlg GRUNDUSCH MOTORS SA'-ES GRIBBONS PLuMalNs a HEATING lercurx Sales di Seruce Sycamore 01110 Upper Sandusky Ohro E ZEKE DAIBER Compliments Dealer an DeKalb Hybnd Seed Corn MAY S JEWELRY COMPANY Marlon s oldest Jewelers Davco and other Fertrlrzers Ph 62145 Route 4 120 128 W Center Street B S O Phone 2 2530 Marlon Ohio ucyru ompllmerzts WALTER HARDWARE .Eunrude and Cushman 'vlotors WILSON S FROZEN FOODS bales and Serwfe Bucyrus 01110 Nevada Rural Route 2 Phone 3789 57 o , rn . I A of zu' ol' .lr 1' , . Q ' , of of - 1-1 , -' y- , Phone 7-4482 xl H l I . of C . Ol P CL Di l MOR l t 9 'J " r'USS RD RCSB: r rw 'NFFIC NA MNES cilfy 'cows n Procu r- ernon E House olcer Sx.f'ELl'KS 'WCP TYDBWYIVIHQ Addmc Mcchnes Repair 8 Rocondxflon M SH WTF S729 C'ilC':1L'3A-FY lff'f7'S JF-"F',E! , Y BOW y, ' - UJE- N ,.. 'Y' EL 5 ,Y '-H fHL,J M A " Dr' 513 p ,fx 'I N' ' 'X' Ou ' L Q : c V 'w' fr fx Sl I" 2 Q i'.'.liV5? ff' -Wi' V11 if NTU T I 'S WIP? V? N'F?i1f T THOMAS AND FRANZ FURNITURE STORE ZELLER S GARAGE SERVICE THE SYCAMORE LEADER P1 no e 7 4452 Sy :J ore Wh o N,u cor Oh o Izm nts JIM S TAVERN Ne Udo Oho QUALITY PRINTING COMPANY Prlnfer 5 of Quality Punting for Ovev 20 years Bucyrus Ohxo CROW MOTOR SALES e K er ,I TPHI WYANDOT CO AUTO CLUB V"10"1e 'Ig Upper So cuslc Ohuo Upper Sandusky Osh I ,Ether 5016.557 CF : ' 4,343 QA O - ',fw1pI1mvf11 U'.'uf:JI1I'. f'r5fwxf1!f A' Vw' - XI' If l'mr LI vi 11' gFl1,1w"f'rw ll'!1IiI1t'V.gI'Q FS IIuf1vff4'7rf1v' 8: P n - C m 'AY I A r1I I ffnmpf sf Of .. . . . . . H 1 I v I f. 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U r ' I :ffl ,1 Pl OTT NEUMANN Insurance for Wund and Fare BUCKEYE STATE Represenfofl e for MOTORISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO Ne ado PAUL S SHOE STORE r D O ROMANKO S SOHIO SERVICE Tues Batteries Accessories Phone 797Iz Sycamore OHIO Lorne Romonlco Prob I V FREDDIE S DRIVE IN Bucyrus Ohio NEUMEISTER S BAKERY 1 NIH Sr Lrxe lI"I Phone I56 Upper Sowdusky Ohno OLIVER S CITIES SERVICE Nevada Ohno BAKER S BROTHERS SPORTING GOODS THE SENIOR CLASS WISHES TO THANK Phone 2I90I EVERYONE BUCYNJS OITIO WHO PURCHASED AN ADVERTISEMENT T0 MAKE THIS YEARBOOK POSSIBLE I I .:lI1',: .,s ll' I by 'V I'I1,II,II1Lfwr:,r1.g.1 Shoe rfrxiosf GN I' v Cwo VH J 7 ' lmru ululrzlnmx I., fha' ' - S - ' f.Iu.w.s Iv! IT7 I , V V , . ' f.,wJlrflf'vr.l. 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