Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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Smith Margaret Smucker Sue Ann Denman Maxine Dowling Ann McEltresh Robert Mann Sally Willey Barbara Trimble 3111 -Joan Pickett Frances Radwell 315-Dave Bowden Kay Buckey 400-Robert Coyle Bonnie Darkes 402-Rose Ann Feeney 408 Patricia Freeman dMyrtle Leighton Donna Neibarger 405 Donna Sanders Barbara Shaw 406-Rosalie Plaine Bonnie Porter 5 7a ' JAMES WARDEN ROACH Buckeye Lake claimed the life of James Warden Roach on May Sl, l953. He was a member of the ninth grade at Lincoln Junior High School. Active in choral en- semble and operetta at Lincoln, Jimmy was T well liked by students and faculty alike. TOOTHAKER His friends and teachers will miss him over the years. ROACH WILLIAM ROGER TOOTHAKER AND JERRY PHILLIPS The murderous highwayman of the Twentieth Century, Automobile, snuffed out the lives of William Roger Tooth- aker, sophomore at Newark High School, and Jerry Phillips, freshman at Roosevelt Junior High School, during the evening of PHILLIPS September 26 when, as they rode out of a side road onto Granville Road on a motor- scooter, they found themselves in the path of a speeding car coming from the west. The accident occurred around ten o'clock in the evening. Phillips had succumbed to his iniuries by the time the ambulance reached the hospital, Tooth- aker expired about ten minutes after he entered the hospital. Roger Toothaker was a member of the band and played in the saxophone sextet. At Central Junior High School he had been a member of the lightweight basketball team. ln addition, he was a Boy Scout and a baptized and confirmed member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Jerry Lee Phillips had just entered Roosevelt Junior High School in Sep- tember of 1953. He attended Newark Township School before coming to Roose- velt. He was in chorus and was manager of a basketball team. Their early exodus from this life was a shock to friends and teachers. Long after their tragic demise they will linger in the memories of their friends. 2ewzee In June of 1953 Miss Bertha Lois Crilly announced her retirement from teaching in the Newark school system. Miss Crilly began teaching in 1910 at Elizabeth, Illinois, where she taught English and Latin. In 1911 she came to Newark to teach in the fifth grade. In 1913 she moved to Newark High School where she taught English and journalism until her re- tirement. ln September of 1924 she became critic of the Reveille Annual and the Reveille News. The 1943 yearbook was the last annual she piloted to publication, however, she continued as adviser to the Reveille News until it suspended publication in May of 1952. In addition to English and pub- lications, Miss Crilly was adviser to the College Club. ln the past she also coached school plays. Miss Crilly held the bachelor of arts degree from Deni- son University and the master of arts degree from The Ohio State University. She had pursued further study at Columbia University, Middlebury College, and Northwestern Univer- sity. Miss Crilly's course in senior college English was one of the finest in the state. Much was the praise from many of her former students who attended colleges and uni- versities concerning the thorough preparation they had re- ceived in her classroom. Her resignation is a great loss to the school, but her many former students, friends, and col- leagues wish her well in her years of retirement. feldeea e F 1 In June of 1953 Mrs. Ruth Susan CHollerJ Stevens, teach- er ot home economics, announced her retirement from the teaching profession. Mrs. Stevens came to Newark High School in September of 1943. Previous to that time she had taught home economics at Lincoln Junior High School. Mrs. Stevens began her teaching in Licking County. In 1915 she started teaching elementary grades in the Newark system. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Kent State University and her Master ot Arts degree from Colum- bia University. In addition, Mrs. Stevens studied at Deni- son University, The Ohio State University, and the Univer- sity of Chicago. Mrs. Stevens will be remembered not only as an ef- ficient instructor in home economics, but also a kind and sympathetic friend as dean of girls. e O I MARY ELEANOR BARNES To her we oledicafe This bookg For Us she's had a smile Which means so much, her happy look As we Travel each shorf school mile. And so on This her Twenty-fifth year- And we wish her many more- We deolicaTe This book with cheer To Mary Eleanor. 74ez-faeweztatdefwldfe ay 1 ve 7a 7254 feared! Zealand 7694 Sedan! 7Zeeuafz6, 0464 We The Reveilie STaTf presenT The 1954 Re- veille To represent your life in NHS during The pasT year. We have Tried To bring To you The evaiuaTion of The mosT imporTanT happenings, which are accumuIaTions of liTTIe Things-IiTTle and big Things, which all fuse TogeTher To answer your riddle of learning. SAUNDRA CULP, EdiTor 75a 744666 of Gm 5dacafz'6an4Z Wada W - Dag Dzecww af 76654676 - - Zddewg :Zawya lie Moulded 'Walla f ,yay X, . X gig., W 4, -- Q x '2 Q - ' 1 -'-"' I ., :.,. ' yy S ' Q, .,., .. ... , ,. 9 Q3 w vw., ee 74444 Pmetdcaldowwea 02 Wine We -feafm fffaal 744: 556544 at 7am 746 14m5rIZ6aa4 Sway 741466 Dmfteee 02th .dmlq W-fm - J 746 Zwlfew gfaaw of and 77mcZ6ce 74a4e gefa,w-?dme ,025 mmm THE CRIMSON AND THE WHITE Newark High School, Newark High School Loyal now thy children stand, As we lift our songs to praise thee Fairest school in all the land. Although strong may be thy rivals, They cannot withstand thy might, For we all shall be defenders Of the Crimson andthe White. When at last our ways are parted By The mighty monarch Time, And new duties shall await Us In perhaps some distant clime. Then shall others rise to praise thee Who shall also know thy might, But we still shall be defenders Of the Crimson and the White. - f Wat' Sa .faakma 756Qawzmet46n,-445540, 746 any sawn, we same Wm mmf 74e2eaZcu744,477mme'z4w0ume ---77l6ma'ec Q4amZ6gS,0enz' I I I A161 13 rr"f-we 0 fe? V v 5 2' ma. , 1 , 4 Q A if tgowwlafi STACE PQSSQHRAD DR. GLEN vv. DELL Vice-presidenf FREDA TAYLOR RODERIC JONES ROBERT W. LAWRENCE Clerk ' PAUL B. EDWARDS Superintendent B.S., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University FREW C. BQYD GEORGE STOECKMANN Principal Vice-Principal A D b A.B., Denison University A'B-I Ohm We5IeYan Un'Ve"5'TY Th.B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary M.A., Ohio State University M.A., Ohio State University WALTER DEWEESE MARTIN DEAN Superintendent of Buildings Speech and Hearing Therapist B.A., University of Michiganp M.A., Universi of Michigan MARY GRUBAUGH RUTH GARDNER Visiting-Teacher-Attendance Office' School Nurse, R.N., Newark City Hospital Ph.B., Denison University MARJORIE YOST AVANELL SHEARER Secretary to Superintendent Assistant Clerk-Treasurer to Board of Education ROY HAMMOND R. A. POUND Custodian Custodian of Gymn CARLO ALLEN DICKERSON ---- l ',.. s l me BOYD RICE BREHM FLORENCE E. BOYD B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Ohio State University, History. RALPH E. RICE A.B., Ohio State University, M.A., Ohio State University: History, Civics. JOSEPH CARLO A.B., Baldwin Wallace: History, Football. JAMES ALLEN A.B., Muskingum College: History, Assistant Football Coach, Baseball. T. EDWYN DICKERSON A.B., Denison University, M.A., Ohio State University, LL.B., Franklin University, Member of the Ohio Bar Association: Civics, English, Debate. JACK R. HALE B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Ohio State University: Economics. H. C. ST. CLAIR A.B., Ohio State University: Commercial Law, Office Machines, School Treasurer. JAMES BREHM A.B., Ohio State University, M.A., Ohio State University: History. F. W. SMITH B.S., Ohio State University, M.A., Ohio State University: Chemistry, Biology. P. G. STEINBERGER B.S., Denison University: Physics, Algebra, Practical Science. MAXWELL K. DOUGLAS B.A., Denison University: Biology, Basketball. LOUADA M. MORGAN A.B., Muskingum College, M.A., Ohio State University: Stenography, Typing, Office Ma- chines. J. S. MCCLEARY B. S., Wilmington College, M.Ed., Ohio Uni- versity: Bookkeeping, Sociology, Salesmanship. DORIS E. OLPP B.A., in Education, Ohio State University, B.A., in Business Administration, Bliss College: Bookkeeping, Economic Geography. ST. CLAIR McCLEARY OLPP . .W .M 5 ee Q g 5:2 . l sq EI? M Refi? 5. tilt s , ,,.. 1 ' '-"f ig SMITH STEINBERGER DOUGLAS MORGAN STRADLEY BENNINGTON ECKERT OATMAN HEADLEE PARSONS KECKLEY LETHA HEADLEE' B.S,. Ohio State University: M.A., Ohio State University: Stenography, Typing, Office Prac- tice. EDITH PARSONS B.S., Ohio State University: A.B., Ohio State University: Stenography, Typing. EDWARD STRADELY B.S., Muskingum College: Economic Geog- raphy, Practical Mathematics. RUTH BENNINGTON B.S., Ohio University: Home Economics. CHARLES A. ECKERT B. S., Ohio State University: M.A., Ohio State University: Supervision of Industrial Arts, Woodworking, Sheet Metal, Printing. HAROLD OATMAN V Smith-Hughes Vocational Machine Shop. A. B. LONG A.B., Denison University: Physical Education, Baseball. .. ,5.,.s.e,. . ...., M ...we s,....,,,,,, 1 . " 5 aside ' :.- V 3, ,iggk k 54-If ,..., ul I ., :it -:fiip i . - '. . za v iii: NINA KECKLEY A.B., Hiram College: M.A., University of Michigan: Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry. ROBERT CASH B.S., Indiana State Teachers' College: Auto- motive and Aircraft Mechanics: Drivers Edu- cation. ROSCOE C. DRAKE B.S., Western Kentucky State College: M.A. Ohio State University: Industrial Arts. ROBERT ROSE B.S., Ohio State University: Drafting. FLORENCE MYER B.S., Michigan State Normal College: M.A., Columbia University: Physical Education. LEAH RUSSELL A.B., University of California at Los Ange- les: Art. MYRON PEARCE B.S., Ohio University: Band. . Q... . mix as V x is :Wi ', .5 ,:E:g!i'iji'izii"' 'ri vi :- au- ..,. ,Q - , . , . x LONG RUSSELL PEARCE CASH DRA KE ROSE MYER REXROTH RYDER HARLOW JONES WENDELL M. JONES B.S., Ohio University: University: Chorus. M. A., Ohio State GORDON R. KINGERY A.B., Denison University, M.A., Ohio State University: English, Ancient History, Reveille Annual. MARY REXROTH A.B., Denison University: English. GRACE RYDER A.B., Muskingum College: M.A., Ohio State University: English. PAUL HARLOW A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University: English, Track, Athletic Director. DOROTHY MCCORD A.B., Fairmont State College: English, Speech, Dramatics. McCORD AMY EDWARDS A.B., Denison University, M.A. Ohio State University: English. ELE'ANOR BARRICK A.B., Lake Forrest College: English, Debate Radio. EDWARDS BARRICK KINGERY WILLIAMS HELEN WILLIAMS A.B., Denison University: M.A., Ohio State University: English. HELEN P. DORN B.S., Western Reserve University, M.A., Miami University: Librarian. DORN PAULINE MCCREARY A.B., Denison University: University: Latin, French. M.A., Ohio State SARAH S. KRIEG A.B., Denison University: M.A., Ohio State University, B.Mus., Cincinnati Conservatory of Music: German, Spanish. ETHEL ANGUS A.B., Lebanon Valley College: M.A., Simmons College: Co-operative Retailing, Retail Selling, Psychology. McC REARY KRIEG MARY E. BARNES Administrative Assistant. IDA LOU McDANIEL Secretary to Principal. mf' or -are : 1 g , ' tin if .... ,, MQW :iii ' mines Mcnaum ANGUS ' rifwemlfq 4,6 N55 The final assembly of the 1952-53 school year was held at one o'clock of the last day of school, June 5, 1953. Kelly Goss, retiring president of Student Council, led the assemblage in the pledge of allegiance to the flag and the reciting of the Lord's Prayer. Mr. Boyd then took over the direction of the program. John Del Cecato, president of the class of 1953, announced a gift of a picture and several books on football which were given by the senior class in memory of Marvin Boring, a senior, who died on May 13, 1953. Later Del Cecato presented the class me- morial, a tape recorder, in memory of Miss Ava Ballou, a former teacher of Central Junior High School. Edward "Ted" Beardshear presented to the school a leather-bound Revised Standard Version of the Holy Bible from the National Honor Society of which he was president. To Frank Imhoff was given a history book award for excellence in Amer- ican history from John S. Fleek. Mrs. Eleanor Barrick next presented red, script, felt letters to debaters with one year of service and chenille letters with tvvo-year service bars to juniors. Seniors also earned keys. Mrs. Barrick and Miss Patton presented Radio Club keys to Kelly Goss for outstanding student announcing over the WCLT If's High Time program and to Larry Brown as president of the club, which was new in 1952-1953. Miss Patton presented awards to Dwight Johnson, stage electrician, Richard Harris, stage manager, Patsy Patter- son, ticket manager for dramatics, and Margie Wimer for properties of plays. Kelly Goss presented a trophy to Mr. Boyd that represented a first-place win in the state for a recorded broadcast for It's High Time over WCLT. Nelda Arnott, representing Miss Florence Myer, gave out letters to girls excelling in intramural sports. Paul Har- low told some jokes and then gave cheerleaders their awards. ln turn, Miriam Farmer, representing the cheerleaders, presented Miss Myer a gift as adviser to the group and one also to Miss Edith Myer for helping to chaperon the group in their trips. For Max Douglas, Mr. Harlow then presented golf letters. ln turn R. Thomas Kirk presented to Mr. Boyd and the school the district baseball trophy. Next Mr. Harlow handed out track letters. Donald Flowers then gave to Mr. Boyd and the school the C.O.L. track trophy. Mr. Boyd then called Thomas Gaunder ot the stage to take a bow .in recognition of his excellent iob of preparing the stage for each assembly. The assembly closed with Kelly Goss presenting the gavel of Student Council to James Cushman, who will head the student body for the school year 1953-1954. Students were dismissed to their home rooms to receive those fateful cards. W n 4 i I' M' ofa : l ivv qvl, f - 1, xb'A I ' A , ' A ,. AX-' N',V' T ' f , f Q, , .x,v F ,V ,ps- ff? 9-. 9-vf efmwiale of 7955 Hmmm The presentation of awards is one of the three important items on the program at commencement. Awards for 1953 were given as follows: ' Roger Jamison Smith received the venerable Harvard Cup. Miriam Moore Farmer accepted the Roosevelt History Prize. Next, Bert C. Moore took the Harvard History Prize. The Soroptimist Award went to Alice Jean Boyer. Coveted among athletes, the Lloyd G. Millisor Memorial Athletic Trophy went to Donald Lee Flowers. Chalmer Sher- man Stoneburner accepted the likewise coveted Roger Sedgwick Award in basketball. Two members of the iournalism class received the Leland Baxter, Jr., Award in Jour- nalism: Gerald Ashcraft Prior and Joan Thompson Rader. Mary Ann Smucker earned the William E. and Annie S. Miller Prize in English. Ruth Marie Feuerriegel received the Commercial Award. The Reese Debate Award was bestowed upon Kelly Edwin Goss. The Florence M. King Trophy in dramatics came to John Henry Fields. The Blue Triangle Award went to Wilma Virginia Rogers. A new prize, the Newark B'nai B'rith Award in Citizenship, which bestows a defense bond of fifty dollars and a certificate of recognition upon the winner, was received by Bert Carl Moore. Among winners of the National Forensic League Award, given for par- ticipation in contest speaking, radio, and deloate, Patsy Ann Patterson gained the Degree of Merit, Winifred Austin, Lois Ann Bob, Nancy Ann Davis, Miriam Moore Farmer, Helen May Mclntosh, Lydia Mae Oxley, and Daniel Rodger Stricker earned the Degree of Honor, Arthur David List won the Degree of Excellence, and Kelly Edwin Goss, Larry Raymond Brown, and Dwight Johnson received the Degree of Distinction, the top bracket in for- ensic recognition. Scholarships were presented to Alice Jean Boyer iThe Ohio State Universityj, Bert Carl Moore CHiram Collegel, Lydia Mae Oxley CMiami Universityi, Paul Richard Horky iBaldwin-Wallace Collegel, Daniel Rodger Stricker fOhio Universityj, and Mary Josephine Williams COhio Wesleyan Universityl. Glcwi Gfficmfi Pat Deenls Treasurer, Garry Wharton, president, Nancy Spangler, secretary, .lim Wince vlce president s.Y55N'!!7N"' ' " -We of The i954 graduafing class feel ThaT a salufe is in order To our Senior Class officers. Much was expecfed of Them and They did a Tremendous job skillfully and wiThouT faulT. u P The year was a busy one-caps and gowns To be fiTTed and ordered, announcemenTs and name cards To be chosen, and The lasT minuTe preparaTions for Bac:calaureaTe and Commencement The fun in The TradiTions of gefting our yearbooks aufographed, meefing under Minerva, siTTing in The middle aT assembly, and being "The Seniors" was mixed wiTh nosTalgia. We say good-bye and loTs of luck To Those who follow The 1954 Senior Class. SENlllll Ashcraft, Jerry Lewis Son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ashcraft: "Hunt half a day for a forgotton dream." Great Goof: "Oh, that Eng- lish!" "Jerry" was in Col- lege Club '54, Intramural Basketball '53, '54, Hi-Y '54. Baker, Marlene Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker: "She's paving her way down the road of life with a smile." Great Goof: "Hey, Gang, what are we laughing at? lOne of t h e Pinkywinkles.J" "Marty" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, German Club '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '54, Library Assistant '53, '54, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '52, '54. Beckett, Anna louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Beckett: "Modesty becomes a young man." Great Goof: "Never enough time for this and that." "Anna" was in Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54, 38 Ashcraft, June lois Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ashcraft: "She is al- ways friendly and carries a smile for all." Great Goof: "Time sure does fly, fHi, Ann and JudyJ." "June" was in Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Baumgartner, Rosemary Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baumgartner: "Spirits are not finely touched but to fine issues." Great Goof: "Army life lHi, Chuckl." "Rosie" was in Y-Teens '52. Beckman, Franklin lee, .lr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Beckman: "The remedy for wrongs is to forget them-dream." Great Goof: "Posilutely nothin', absitively everything. lHi, Joi." "Joc- ko" was in Band '52, '53, College Club '54, Hi-Y '54, Intramural Basketball '54, Honor Society '54, Room Agent '54. Adams, James Albert Son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Adams: "Kind at heart and mind quite sound, a friend you like to have around." Great Goof: "Unlined pool tables." "Jim" was in Dis- tributive Education '53, '54, Varsity Football '53. Adcock, James Irvan Son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Adcock: "He leads them all a merry chase." Great Goof: "Girls," "Jim." Agin, Harry Roger Son of Mrs. Evelyn Agin: "Crooked cues and tilted tables." Great Goof: "He has a serious look, but when he starts to speak, you'd be surprised." "Harry" was in Intramural Baseball '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '53, '54. Adams, Mary Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Illian Adams: "A modest manner becomes a maid." Great Goof: "Homework, short week-ends." 'Lou" was in Y-Teens '53. Adkins, Iva Ca role Daughter of Mr. William R. Adkins: "A friendly heart gets many friends." Great Goof: "College and Marines lHi, Geraldj." "Lanky." Anderson, Carol Dawn Daughter of Mrs, Grace And- erson: "A nature sweet, a disposition pleasant." Great Goof: "Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone." "Carol" was in Y-Teens, '54. Bell, Charlene Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Bell: "Her heart is as sunny as her hair." Great Goo: "Trying to learn to drive." "CharIie" was in Band '52, '53, '54, maiorette '53, '54, College Club '54, German Club '54, Girls' Basketball '52, 53, '54, Student Council '52, '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, treas- urer '52, Honor Society '54. Berger, David Leroy Son of Mrs. Lillian Berger: "No civilized person ever goes to bed the same day he gets up." Great Goof: "l should try going to bed at night." "Dopey" was in Distributive Education '54, reporter '54, F. F. A, lin Uticaj '51, '52, Bickle, Mary lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bickle. "GentIe of speech, beneficent of mind." Great Goof: "My time is so BORING without you, Ben." "Mary Lou" was in Girls' Baseball '52, Honor Society '54 Bending, Joseph laymoin Son of Mrs. George Fox: "To him the problems of life are a stone wall." Great Goof: "Do girls interfere with training rules or do training rules interfere with girls? IOne of the Pinky- winkles.J" "Stonewall" was in Intramural Basketball '53, "N" Club '53, '54, Reserve Basketball '52, Reserve Foot- ball '52, Sphinx '54, Varsity Football '53, '54. Berger, Shirley Earlene Daughter of Mr. J. E. Ber- ger: "A good nature is the true air of a good mind." Great Goof: "Ohl those week-ends!" "ShirIey" was in Distribution Education '53, '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Junior Red Cross '52, Bieberbach, Ruth Evelyn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bieberbach. "Care and worry, I despise, laugh- ter suits me best." Great Goof: "If I could only talk in H. R.-please, Mr, King- ery." "Ruthie" was in Business Staff '52, Chorus '54, Girls' Baseball '54, Girls' Basketball '54, Music Appreciation '54. CLIISS Bishop, Gerald lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bishop: "The leader of the band," Great Goof: "Band members that will not pick up their feet." "Bish" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Chor- us '54, Thespians '52, '54. Bob, Thomas Homer Son of Mr. and Mrs. Horner Bob: "There is no question for which he hath no re- ply." Great Goof: "Eat drink and be merry for tomorrow we die." "Homer" was in College Club '54, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54, treasurer '54, Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Sphinx '54, Thes- pians '53, '54. Braught, George Colman Son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Braught: "His heart is as big-" Great Goof: "The strongman of the football team." "Baby Blimp" was in Hi-Y '54, Varsity Football '52, '53, '54. Blaney, Richard Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Blane : "Don't let his quiet way Fool you." Great Goof: "A girl with big brown eggs." "Dick" was a Sphinx Bobbitt, Mary Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Snoor: " A perfect Iady." Great Goof: "The root beer stand ,is closed, let's go girls." "Lu Lu" was in Chorus '52, '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Music Ap- preciation '54. Braunbeck, Donald Eugene Son of Mr: and Mrs. H. J. Braunbeckr "Speech is great, but s i I e n ce is greater." Great Goof: "Not finishing something I start." "Kii.' 39 Campbell, Jane Eloise Carson, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Campbell: "A ' woman of many words." Great Goof: "Looks like an accident going somewhere to happen." "Janie" was in Chorus '53. Cash, Thomas Lyn Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Cash: "All we know of him is good." Great Goof: 'Soggy breakfast cereals." "Bell" was in Music Ap- preciation '54, president '54, Speedball '54, Varsity Bas- ketball '54, Honor Society '54, Varsity Baseball '54, Key Club '54. At Hebron High School, Student Coun- cil '52, Honor Society '53, president of County Society, Varsity Basketball '52, '53, Varsity Baseball '52, '53. Chase, Beverly Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chase: "Most likely to succeed." Great Goof: "Kidding,is more fun iHi, gangl." "Bev" was in Col- lege Club '54, La Renais- sance '53, '54, Library As- sistant '52, '53, Music Ap- preciation '52, '54, secretary '54, Honor Society '54. 40 Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Carson: "Gentle of speech, beneficient of mind." Great Goof: "Any letters today?" "Cenn." Chaney, Joseph Douglas Son of Mr. and -Mrs. E. L. Chaney: "Let's go, l'm ready!" Great Goof: "Trip to Cincy." ".loe." Church, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Church: "A smile a day is better than a m e d i c i n e chest." Great Goof: "l've got a secret fHi, gangJ." "Shirley" was in College Club '54, German Club '54, Music Apprecia- tion '54, Sales Organization '53, Y-Teens '54. Britton, Russell Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cocanour: "I am a great friend of amusements." Great Goof. "Pandemonium in speech class." "Tom" was in Hi-Y '52, '53, Intra- mural Baseball '52, lntra- rgutral Basketball '52, '53, Burkam,. Jo Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkam: "Never a harsh word." Great Goof: "People who call me 'Burpo'." Distributive Edu- cation '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53. Butts, Kenneth Dale Sori of .Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Butts: . "A man of few words." Great Goof: "Noth- ing." "Kenny." Buker, Carl Dean Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Buker: "Quiet, Fleasel" Great Goof: "Peope who make unnecessary noises." "Carl" was in Distributive Education '53, '54. Burnfield, Nancy Sue l Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Burnfield: "Never need she be afraid." Great Goof: "Having to keep training rules through 3 ball seasons even though l'm not on the team." lA Pinkywinklel "Nanny" was in Band '52, Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Contemporary History Club '53, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Y- Teens '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '53, Music Ap- preciation '54, Room Agent '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54, Spanish Club '53, '54. Cain, Robert Raymond Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Cain: "He possesses a win- ning way." Great Goof: "Oh, my aching collarbone." "Bob" was in College Club '54, Intramural Basketball '53, Key Club '53, '54, Reserve Basketball, '52- Re- serve Football"52, Track '52, '53, '54, Varsity Football '53, Varsity Basketball '54, Cross Country '54. Church, Thomas William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Church: "Don't worry, it makes deep wrinkles." Great Goof: "My gal keeps me Warmlanl fa Pinkywinklel." "Tornado Tom" was in Re- serve Football '52: Sphinx '54, Varsity Football '53, '54. Claggett, Paul Lloyd Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Claggett: "l say not much but think more." Great Goof: "Girls." "Zeke" was in College Club 54g Hi-Y '54 secretary, lntra mural Baseball 54: Intramural Bas- ketball '53, '54, Student Council '52, '53, '54. Clay, Norma Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Roslon: "A sunny disposition is half the bat- tle." Great Goof: "Doing undone homework Monday after the short week-ends." "Norma" was in Girls' Vol- leyball '53: Distributive Ed- ucation '54: Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Cla ggett, La rry Wayne Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Claggett: "This life is what we make it." Great Goof: "Monday morning." "Larry" was in College Club '54, president, Hi-Y '547 Intra- mural Basketball '54p Re- serve Basketball '52: Reserve Football '52. Cla prood, Albert John Son of Mrs. H. D. Shephard: "Be silent and safe." Great Goof: "Cowboy shows at the Drive-in." "Al" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54. Cline, Anna Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cline: "Quiet, sweet, without conceit." Great Goof: "Teachers who call me Anna." "Annie" was in Honor Society '54. CLASS Cline, Charles Albert Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cline: "He's slow and easy, but he gets there iust the same." Great Goof: "Getting up at 7:30 every school day." "Chuck" was in Contemporary History Club '53, '54y Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54: Speed- ball '52, '53, '54. Conkle, Myrna louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. l. Conkle: "She rules her mind." Great Goof: "Just waiting for the mail- man for that special letter. QHi, Ed.l" "Myrna" was in Band '52, '53, '54: Band Council '53: Band Librarian '53: Junior Red Cross '52g Y-Teens '52. Coventry, Betty lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Coventry: "Good na- ture is a powerful magnet." Great Goof: "Monday morn- ing coming so soon after Sunday night." "Bett" was in Distributive Education '54, Girls' Volleyball '53. Collins, Paul William Son of Mrs. Anna Belle Hall: "Up, up, and avvayl" Great Goof: "Crazy mixed- up little kids." "Pauly" was in Intramural Basketball '53, '54: V. I. C. Club '53. '54. Cougill, Robert William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Cougill: "Well-timed sil- ence has more eloquence than speech." Great Goof: "Waiting for a lucky day in l954. fHi, Dutchl." "Bob" was in Intramural Basketball '53, '54. Crandall, Robert James Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crandall: "There's no glace like home." Great oof: "Muncie, Indiana." "Butch" was in Cross Country '53: Hi-Y '52: Key Club '52, '53. 41 SE Davis, Robert Franklin Son of Mrs. Frances Davis: "Listen, my children and you will hear." Great Goof: ' "No parking places at 8:25 . a. m." "Bob" was in V. l I. C. '53, '54. l Deenis, Patricia Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deenis: "Full or de- termination." Great Goof: "Gosh, but life's greatl IA Pinkywinklej." "Pat" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Class Officers, treasurer '54, College Club '54, Ger- man Club '54, Girls' Base- ball '52, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volley- ball '52, Music Appreciation '52, '54, Patron Staff '54, Radio '52, '54, Room Agent '52, Student Council '54, Thespians '54, Debate '52, '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, Honor Society '54. l Denman, Sue Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Denman: "Nothing is more useful than silence, but who has time, except for laughter." Great Goof: "OK, Sue and Sandy, get on the floor. lA Pin y- winklel." S. A. D. was in Business Staff '52, 53, '54, College Club '54, Girls' Basketball '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '53, Junior Red Cross '52, La 'Renaissance '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, ,54, Patron Staff '54, Radio Club '53, '54, Room Agent '52, '54, Sphinx '54, ' Y-Teens '52, '53. 42 Nlllll Davis, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Davis: "Happy- Go-Lucky." Great Goof: "Midnight comes too early. lHi, Keithl. lHi, Crewl." "Shirley" was in Camera Club '52, Contemporary His- tory Club, secretary-treasurer '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '54, Library Assistant '52, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. DeMent, David Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. John DeMent: "l met a traveler from an antique land." Great Goof: "Gee, think of that!" "Dave" was in Col- lege Club '54, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54 Intramural Baseball '52. Denner, Robert William Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Denner: "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." Great Goof: "After the 'five-min- ute bell when I can't talk to Dupler and Frey." "Bob" was in Cross Country '54, Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, Speedball '53, Varsity Baseball '53, Varsity Track '54. Croy, Marie Elaine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Croy: "Stars do not shine, they only shout." Great Goof: "Creaking floor- boards in the old building." "Elaine" was in Band '52, '53, '54, maiorette '52, '53, '54, Future Teacher '54, .La Renaissance '53, '54, Radio '54, Honor Society '54. Cunningham, Judith Margaret Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cunningham: "A 'fair and friendly lass is she." Great Goof: "Kaisers in- stead of ieeps! lHuh, Lois, June and Susiel." "Judy" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Band Council '52, '53, '54: Symphonette '53, '54, As- sembly pianist '53, '54, Col- lege Club '54, German Club '54, secretary and treasurer, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Radio '53, '54, Room Agents '52, Thespians '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Patron Staff '54. Dancey, Gordon Keith Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Dancey: "Laugh and live, then learn." Great Goof: "People who call me Keith. lHi, ShirIeyl." "Butch" was in Distributive Educa- tion '54, Intramural Baseball '52, Intramural Basketball '52, '53, V. l. C. '53. Culp, Sa unelra Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Culp: 'Her wit is more than man, her inno- cence a child." Great Goof: "For me, life is MARVelous. CA Pinkywinklel." "Sandy" was in Annual Staff '53, '54, editor '54, Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Cheerleader '57, '53, '54, Class Officers '53, secretary, College Club '54, treasurer, German Club '54, Girls Baseball '52, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Journal- ism Staff '54, Library As- sistant '53, Music Apprecia- tion '52, '54, Radio '53, Athletic Council '54, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '53, Honor So- ciety '54. Cushman, James Butler Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cushman: "The word im- possible is not in the dic- tionary." Great Goof: "It's a great life if you don't weaken, but who wants to be a strong man? A Pinkywinkle.l" "Jim" was in College Club '54, Ger- man Club '54, Baseball '54, Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, Radio Club '53, '54, announcer '54, Room Agent '53, Student Council '53, '54, Eresident '54, Varsity De- ate '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54, Music Apprecia- tion '54, Key Club '52, '53, '54. Darling, William lewis Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stettler: "Take it easy." Great Goof: "Girls of words, no action." "Bill" was in College Club '54. DeVoe, Donna Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert DeVoe: "Small but mighty." Great Goof: "Lit- tle brothers." "Donna" was in College Club '54, librar- ian, Future Teachers '53, '54, La Renaissance '53, '54, vice president '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, '53, '54, Sales Organization '52, '53, Student Council '53, treas- urer '54, Honor Society '54. Di Blasio, Angela Mary Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DiBlasio: "Jolly and gay, she's always that way." Great Goof: "Not enough time to eat, to sleep, or to dance. The day isn't long enough." lHi, C r e wil" "Angie" was in Girls' Base- ball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Library Assistant '52, Y-Teens '52, Thespians Doughty, Suzann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dough ty: "Never enough time for all life's pleasures, except to eat." Great Goof: "Clubs iust don't mix with our sched- ule. lHi, Lois, Judy and Junell" "Sue" was in Band '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '54, Music Appreciation '54, Radio '54, Room Agent '53, Band Council '52, '53, '54, Ma- iorette '52, '53, Head Ma- iorette '54. Dial, James Cornielious Son of Mrs. Mary B. Dial: "A lover of music." Great Goof: "Pet Peeves." "Slim" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Folk Music '53, Science Club '54, Honor Society '54. Dollison, Arletta Lucille Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dollison: "Never to be forgotten, her laugh." Great Goof: "Variety is the spice of life." "Art" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '54, Y-Teens '52, Maiorette '53, '54, Band Council '53, '54, Symphonette '54. Dowling, Mary Maxine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dowling: "You never see one without the other." Great Goof: "Hey Sally- Sally, where's Charley- Charley? CA Pinkywinklel." "Max" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Cheer Leader '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Junior Red Cross '52, La Renaissance '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, Pa- tron Staff '52, '53, '54, Radio '53, '54, Room Agent '54, Y-Teens '52, Honor So- ciety '54. CLASS Drake, David Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Drake: "The world will ever wonder what he will do next." Great Goof: "Let's go!" "Dave" was in Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, Room Agent '52, the Band Wildcat '54. Duffee, Harold Edwin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Duffee: "Laugh, then the world will laugh with you." Great Goof: "Newark - a graveyard w i t h lights." "Buzz" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, V. l. C. Club '52, '53, '54. Dyer, Lois Anne Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Dyer: "A nice girl plus a pleasant smile." Great Goof: "People who won't give up their seat to me on the bus." "Lois" was in Chorus '52, College Club '54, Contemporary His- otry Club '53, Future Teach- ers '52, '53, '54, secretary '52, vice president '53, Journalism Staff '53, Music Appreciation '54, treasurer, Honor Society '54. Drumm, Garry 0'Dell Son of Mrs. Alma Drumm: "Passing our nickles every month." Great Goof: "Peo- ple who sleep in schooI." 'Drummie." Dupler, George Arthur Son of Mr. and Mrs. S, F. Dupler: "Why be serious, it isn't any fun." Great Go of: "Homeworkl" "George" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, "N" Club '52, '53, Reserve Foot- ball '52, Varsity Football '52, '54, Class officer, vice presi- dent '5l. Ellas, James Frederick Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Ellas: "A member of the band." Great Goof: "lf l can get the car." "Fred" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '53, '54, Sphinx '54, Symphon- ette '54, Band Council '54. 43 SENIUH Ferry, Paul Clifford Son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Ferry: "His silence penetrates the depths of. thouEht:" Great Goof: "Giving tal s in English." "Cliff." Frey, Charles lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Frey: "Lucky in poker and life." Great Goof: "Homework for the week- end." "Charlie" was in Intramural Baseball '53, '54, Clutch Artists '52. Gallatin, Norman Wesley Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay- ton M. Compton: "Thou art a fellow of good re- spect." Great Goff: "Run- ning out of gas coming to school." "Jello" was in Col- lege Club '54, Contemporary History Club '53, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54, vice president '54, Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '53, '54, Honor Society '54, treasurer, Radio Club '54, Science Club '54. 44 Fields, Caroline Mae lwarricld Daughter of Mrs. Frank Sheets: "A better nature? There is nonel" Great Goof: "Some people like peace, but I like Warlrickl. fHi Lennl." "Carole" was in Annual Staff '54, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Fry, Dorothy Mae Daughter of Mrs. Gladys Fry: "To worry about to- morrow is to be unhappy today." Great Goof: "l.ife's worries-getting to school on time." "Dot." Gard, Sylvia Joanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gard, "Oh, so gentle." Great Goof: "The way time flies! lHi, Frankl." "Jo" was in Future Teachers '52, '53, '54, secretary '54, Music Appreciation '53, '54, La Renaissance '52, '53, '54, pggsident '54, College Club Elmore, Joseph Louis Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elmore: "The kind of a 'fel- low you like to be with." Great Goof: "Nothing beats a try." "Buddy" was in Reserve Football '52, Speed- ball '54. Eriksen, Geoffe ry Kenneth Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Eriksen: "A great all-round sport." Great Goof: "Train- ing rules." "Jeff" was in Reserve Basketball '52, Re- serve Football '52, Track '52, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball '53, Varsity Football '53, '54. Farquhar, Georgeanna Louise Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. George L. Farquhar: "When a girl ceases to blush, she has lost the most powerful charm of her beauty." Great Goof: "Oh, what tools we mortals be! lHi, gangl. Oh, those Saturday night part- ies! IA Pinkywinklel." "Georgie" was in Business Staff '54, Chorus '53, Col- lege Club '54, corresponding secretary '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basket- ball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Vol- leyball '52, '53, '54, La Renaissance '53, '54, Music Appreciation '53, '54, Pa- tron Staff '54, Radio '54, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, secretary '53, vice presl- dent '54. Elmore, Josephine louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Elmore: "She always has time to be courteous." Great Goof: "Plant you now and dig you later, potatoe." "Speny" was in Chorus '52, Y-Teens '52, Eshelman, Jared James Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eshelman: "Never growls- iust smiles, smiles, smiles." Great Goof: "Those irregu- lar French verbs, Ughl" "Esh" was in Hi-Y '54, La Renaissance '53, '54, Room Agent '53, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54. Feeney, Rose Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Feeney: "She comes late, but yet she comes." Great Goof: "Coming to school on nice days." "Rose Ann" was in Con- temporary H i s t o r y '54: Room Agent '52, '54, Home Economics Club '54. Garrett, Gary Thomas Son of Mrs. Mae Cooper- rider: "Don't take life so seriously, you'll never get out of it alive." Great Goof: "Girls who work late on Friday night. lHi, JanieJ." "Gary" was in Hi-Y '53, '54, Sphinx '54. Geller, James lynn Son of Mr. Vernon Geller: "The fly boy," Great Goof: "A slow game." "Pilot-X" was in Folk Music '52, '53, Track Manager '52, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, 54. Gibson, John Vernon Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ver- non L. Gibson: "I like mo- torcycles and cars and things and things-huh, Sherry." Great Goof: "Girls with '49' Fords." "Johnny" was in lggramural Basketball '52, eaulke, Ned Philip Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gaulkez "Love of guns." Great Goof: "People who are not on time." "Ned- ward" was in the Honor Society '54. Gentry, Tracy E., Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy E. Gentry: "He is wise who talks but little." Great Goof: "Summer School." "Bud" was in Intramural Basketball '53, '54, V. l. C. '53, '54. Green, James Edward Son of Mrs. Marie Sites: "Laugh and live, then learn." Great Goof: "Teach- ers who won't let you sleep: Kingeryl" "Wild" was in Intramural Basket- ball '52, '53, Speedball '52, Sphinx '54. CLASS Green, Lawrence Eugene Son of Mrs. Roy O. Green: "All the world is a stage." Great Goof: "Five-minute bell." "Larry" was in Con- test Speaking '53, '54, ln- tramural Basketball'52, Radio '54, Thespians '53, '54, Spanish Club '54, Con- temporary History Club '54, Hi-Y '54. Grimm, Carl Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl O. Grimm: "A man of inches, but every inch a man." Great Goof: "School." "Tom." Hahn, Robert Wendell Son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Hahn: "He is the archi- tect of his own soul." Great Goof: "School." "Bob" was in College Club '54, Intra- mural Basketball '53, '54, ln- tramural Baseball '53, '54, Sphinx '54, Varsity Baseball '53, '54. Greer, Patricia Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Greer: "A good heart is better than gold." Great Goof: "Little sisters who see all, hear all, and tell all. lHi, Nant." "Pat" was in Chorus '52, '53, College Club '54, Spanish Club '54, Music Appreciation '52, Radio '54, Sales Organiza- tion '52, '53, Y-Teens '54, Girls' Volleyball '54. Guest, Ruth Marlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Guest: "A wander- ing mind." Great Goof: "California, here I come." "Ruthie" was in Chorus '52, Distributive Education '53, treasurer '53. Hall, Alice lou Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Davidson: "Good nature is of daily use." Great Goof: "The service taking my men." "AIi" was in Dis- tributive Education '54. 45 SENlllll Harris, Byron lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Harris: "He's a quiet boy-at times." Great Goof: "Everything." "Buggs" was in Radio Club '54, Track '54. Hartman, Barbara Jean Daughter of Mr. Charles Hartman and Mrs. Edna Thrasher: "Dreamer." Great Goof: "Those rosie days ahead with a certain some one." "Barb" was on Business Staff '54, Chorus '52, '53, '54, Girls' Base- ball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '54, Y-Teens '52. Hayes, Jo Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Hayes: "Her friends they are many, her foes, are there any?" Great Goof: "People who don't like California." "Jo" was a Class Officer, treasurer '53, College Club '54, Fu- ture Teachers '53, '54, La Renaissance '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, '54, Radio Club '54, Sales Organization '52, Student Council '54. 46 Harris, Robert Lee Son of Mrs. Bette Wright: "Time marches on?" Great Goof: "High School." "Pea- nut" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, V. l. C. Club '52, '53, vice presi- dent '53. Hartman, Sherry Kaye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hartman: "Life is so short!" Great Goof: "Those short week-ends." "Sherry" was in Distributive Educa- tion '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54. Heatwole, Virginia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen E. Heatwole: "Let's be young forever!" Great Goof: "Soft breezes, tropi- cal moon, romantic music- and no men." "Ginny" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Radio '54, Room Agent '25, 53, Y-Teens '52, '53, Hall, Delores Ann Daughter of Mrs. Mary l.ouise Lentz: "A nice girl, plus a Pleasant smile." Great Goo: "Where there's a way, there's a will, there's Dee, there's Bill. CHi, Billl." "Dee" was in Distributive Education '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Y-Teens '52. Hamilton, David Wayne Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H a m i I to nz "Silence is golden." Great Goof: "Too many people." "Dave" was in intramural Basketball '53. Hansford, Barbara Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Burdine: "She rules her mind." Great Goof: "Everyone ain't able." fgtarbn was in Chorus '53, Hall, Neva Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Hall: "Good nature is a powerful magnet." Great Goof: " 'Penney's' for your thought." "Toots" was in Distributive Education '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Y- Teens '52. Hand, Patricia Carol Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hand: "Sunday driv- ing." Great Goof: "Getting someone to teach me how to drive." "Pat" was in Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54. Harmon, Patsy Sue Daughter of Mrs. Mariorie Bonam: "A blue eye is a true eye." Great Goof: "Lit's '40 Ford." "Pat" was in Chorus '52, Girls' Basketball '52, Girls' Vol- leyball '52, Y-Teens '52. Heim, Barbara Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Heim: "Watcher of Father Time." Great Goof: "The day isn't long enough to love, live, and laugh." "Barb" was in Business Staff '53, Contest Speaking '54, La Renaissance '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, Radio '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, Henry, Joyce Janet Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Henry: "Life is pleasant." Great Goof: "I don't know what to tell you." I5gJoyce" was in Y- eens . Hill,. Gail Esmond Son of Mrs. Gladys Hill: "Women, the spice of life." Great Goof: "Giving Drake a rough time." "Windy" was in Hi-Y '53, '54. Helmick, Ralph Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Helmickf "A mighty man was he." Great Goof: "Loud Girls." "Gene" was in Re- serve Basketball '52, Varsity Basketball '53, '54, Varsity Baseball '52, '53, '54. Hepsworth, Joseph Malcolm Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hepsworth: "Man of 'Few words." Great Goof: "Be silent and safe." "Joe" was in V. I. C. '52, '53, Industrial Club '53, '54, Honor Society '54. Hinerman, Lowell Andrew Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hinerman: "The man in the band." Great Goof: "Peo- ple who call each other sweetheart." "Cindy" was in Band '53, '54, Chorus '53, Band Council '54. CLIISS Hinton, Sally Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Hinton: "Shy-but we like her that way." Great Goof: "PeopIe who call each other honey. iHi, June?" "Annie" was in Ban '52, '53, '54. Holler, Lester, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Holler: "Just a peck of fun." Great Goof: "Erwin Klein's hotrod Mercury." "Les" was in Distributive Education '54, Intramural Basketball '53. Hunt, Neoma Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Hunt: "Don't ask me whyl" Great Goof: "Great secrets are always hidden," "Neoma" was in Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Y- Teens '52, '54. Hobson, Nancy Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .L E. Hobson: "Hop in my Buick." Great Goof: "Man, those crazy week-ends." "Nancy" was in Girls' Base- ball '52, Girls' Basketball '52, '52, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '52. Hughes, Fredric Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes: "A lover of good music iI?l" Great Goof: "People who don't like hill- billy music." "Ferd" was in Folk Music '53, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54, president '53-- Science Club '52, '53, Stud- ent Council '53. lacobellis, Evelyn Ann Dau hter of Mr. and Mrs. Franglc Iacobellis: "Man has his will, but woman has her way." Great Goof: "The way people pronounce my last name." "lke" was a Class Officer, secre- tary, '52, Contemporary History Club '53, Girls' Vol- leyball '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, vice president '52, '53, treasurer '54. 47 SENIUR Son of Mrs. Helen Kerr: "A worker is life." Great Goof: "Why aren't there more teachers like Mr. Oatman?" Efognyga was-Min 'Industrial u ' , ' , ntramura Basketball '54. Klein, Erwin John Son of Mr. E. R. Mitchell: "Got a stick of gum-any kind will do." Great Goo: "I'll be there at eight, show up at ten." "Erv" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '54. Knerr, Carol Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Knerr: "She says that variety is the spice of life." Great Goof: "No money, no men, no trouble. lHi, Crewi." "Carol" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Radio '54, Y- Teens '52. 48 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Kerr: "A sports- woman." Great Goof: "Teachers who won't let you talk." "Sally" was in College Club '54, Future Teachers '53, '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Music Appreciation '54, Y-Teens '52, '54, Future Home Mak- ers, president '54, Spanish Club '54. Klein. lawren ce Herbert Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Klein, "It matters not how long we live, but how." Great Goof: "Mr. Hale and Economics." "Herb" was in V. I. C. Club '52, '53, V Kolb, Theodore Norman Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kolb: "Out of school life into life's school." Great Goof: "Lack of parking space around school." "Ted." Imhoff, Frank Edward Ill Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Imhoff, Jr.: "A Ieader." Great Goof: "People who call me Frankie. lHelIo DimplesI." "Frank" was a Class Officer, president '52, vice president '53, College Club '54, Spanish Club '54, Student Council '52, '53, '54, Honor Society, '54. Johnson, Isabella Ann Daughter of Mrs. Isabella Johnson: "Lover of IifeI" Great Goof: "PeopIe that call me Issie." "Ann" was in chorus '52, Girls' Basket- ball '52, Girls' Volleyball '52, Y-Teens '52, '54, Home Economics Club '54. Johnson, Richard Duane Son of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Johnson: "Let's laugh a w h i I e." Great Goof: "Dodges and girls." "Dick" was in Intramural Basket- ball '52, '53. Jinks, Maureen .lane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jinks: "Happy-go- lucky." Great Goof: "SoI- diers, sailors and football players. IHE, gangI." "Jay" was in chorus '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '53, '54, Radio Club '53, '54. Johnson, Nancy Jeanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson: "Quiet and sweet." Great Goof: "Things that happen in typ- ing class and remembering certain nights. lHi, PatJ." "Nannie" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Band Council '54. Kerns, Janet Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kerns: "Short in stature, but you know she's there." Great Goof: "Live and learn. We're liv- ing, but are we learning? lHi, gangI." "Jan" was in Band '52, '53, '54, secretary '54, Band Council '54, S m- phonette '52, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, Girls' Basketball gi, '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, I Kopp, Carol Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kopp: "Her quiet way wins her friends." Great Goof: "l don't like to get up in front of classes." "Copper." Kuhik, Rose Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kubik: "l'd rather lauqh a bright-eyed girl, than reign a grey-haired queen." Great Goof: "lf it isn't band its play prac- tice. fHi, JerryJ." "Rosie" was in Contemporary His- tory Club '54, vice president '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. president '52, '53, '54, Y- Teens Inter-Club Council '52, '53, '54, president '52, '53, '54. Lane, Twila Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lane: "Life's too short, so let's hurry." Great Goof: "Having to wait on people who are always late." "Twila." Kreager, Patricia Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kreager: "Life is iust a bowl of soup." Great Goof: "Those miles between me and my Willis. lHi, Dermal." "Snooks" was in Chorus '52. La ke,. Catherine Joyce tBa rbert Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lake: "Dependable in everyone's home. "Great Goof: "Waiting for Jim to come home from work." "Katie." Lanigan, Robert Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lanigan: "Worry made men great. Why should l worry?" Great Goof: "Mr. Hale's tests." "Bob" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Band Council '52, '53, '54. Lawrence, Velma Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Lawrence: "Let's hurry." Great Goof: "Slow people in the halls of N. H. S." "Mae" was in Chorus '52. Layton, Eileen Virginia Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karrcl: "Merrily she rolls along." Great Goof: "Mak- ing the most of the fourth period." "l" was in Band '52, '53, '54. lewis, Donna June Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Lewis: "Life's happier moments." Great Goof: "There's never a quiet moment. iHi, Annl." "June." lIl.llSS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Batten: "A man with his eye on the future." Great Goof: "Little girls." "Dick" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, Room Agent '52, Student Council '54, Honor Society '54. Lee, Harold Loren Li Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Lee: "Silence never be- trays him." Great Goof: "Economics the sixth period every day." "Lee" was in V. l. C. Club '53, '54, sec- retary '53. nebaugh, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Linebaugh: "An am- bitious young girl with snap- ping eyes." Great Goof: "Oh, how l like to tal Reed." IA Pinkywinklelf' "Judy" was in Business Staff '52, '53, College Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Music Appreciation '52, '54, Radio '53, '54, secretary '53, Sphinx '54, Student Council '53, '54, secretary '54, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54, Honor So- ciety '54. 49 SENIUH lust, Charles Alvin Lyons, Jack Page Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elden Lust: "Let's racel" Great Goof: "Oh, that sixth per- iodl" "Chuck" was in V. l. C. Club '54. McCualsky, Nancy lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. McCualsky: "What'll we do tomorrow?" G r e a t Goof: "Football p r a c t i c e every night! lHi, Carll." "Nane" was in Distributive Educa- tion '54, Y-Teens '52. McDonalcl, John Cooper Son of Mr. and Mrs. George J. McDonald: "Known by all." Great Goof: "Seven miles and 15 minutes i?l to Denison." "John" was in Annual Staff '54, Contem- porary History Club '54, Golf '53, La Renaissance '53, '54, "N" Club '53, '54, Radio Club '52, '53, '54, president '54, Student Coun- cil '52, '54, vice president '54, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54, Varsity Football man- ager '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54. 50 Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fisher: "Man of the future." Great Goof: "Wondering and waiting for things to happen." "Jack" was in Folk Music '53, Track Man- ager '52. McCullough, Ronald Dean Son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil McCullough: "Laugh and the world laughs with you." Great Goof: "Mr. Hale's iokes." "Red." McElfresh, Ann Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralf W. McElfresh: "Sweet an shy." Great Goof: "Short week-ends. IHi, Judy and Junel." "Ann" was in Room Agents '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. long, Judith Gas Dalaghter of Mr. and Mrs. Fre T. Long: Great Goof, "Short week-ends and small towns. fHi, Ann and June!" "Judy" was in Honor o- ciety '54. loughman, Shirley Jean iSpringstonl Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Loughman: "Her mind is not always with us." Great Goof: "Bell bottom trousers. iHi, WalterJ." 'geanieu was in Y-Teens lupher, Carolyn Hope Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Lupher: "The light of her eyes." Great Goof: "Monday mornings." "Hope" was in Home Eco- n5o1mics '53, vice president loughman, Carol Jean ilevingstonl Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Loughman: "She travels with a smile and so brightens the life of others." Great Goof: "Wild- cats or Bobcats-I love 'em all." "Carol" was in Band '52, Chorus '54, Radio '54, Y-Teens '53, Thespians '54. love, Mary Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvert Ray: "One o'clock iumpl" Great Goof: "No wonder 'Hes Joe' is so pop- ular-huh, ang." "Mary" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Distributive Education '53, '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. lusetti,. Mary .lo Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lusetti, "Mischevious and merry." Great Goof: "YeIlow convertibles, black hair, and convincing blue eyes. iHi, Garyl." CA Pinkywinklel. "Mary Jo" was a Cheerleader '52, '53, '54, Class Officers, treas- urer '52, Contemgorary His- tory Club '53, irls' Base- ball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Patron Staff '54, Student Council '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, Spanish Club, sec- rggary '54, Honor Society MCMNIHISI Mary Marlene McManus, Richard Fredrick Daughter of Mrs. Neva Mc- Mannis: "Forever female." Great Goof: "I sure would like to park. lHi, Tomi." "Mac" was in Junior Red Cross '52, Y-Teens '52. Mann, Robert David Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Mann: "How wonderful to be a celebrity of good nature." Great Goof: "All the girls who are 'brown noses'." "Bob" was in Imra- mural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, Speedball '53, '54, Student Council '54, Varsity Baseball '53, '54, Honor So- ciety '54. Matthews, Saralee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Matthewszvf "Rush- ing all the timel"' Great Goof: "Getting a' drink be- fore the seventh period." "Sara" was in Chorus '52, College Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Span- ish Club '52, '53, 54, Y- Teens '52, '53, '54. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McManus: "One of the boys." Great Goof: "Mon- golian Tribe." "Rick" was in Band '52, '53, '54, assist- ant manager '53, '54, Band Council '53, '54. Matthews, Floyd Roger Son of Mrs. Velda Matthews: "Man of sports." Great Goof: "Back seat of a yel- low convertible. CHI Nancyl. KA PinkywinkleJ." "Red" was in Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Reserve Bas- ketball '52, Room Agent '53, Sphinx '54, Varsity Basket- ball '53, '54, Varsity Foot- ball '52, '53, '54, Varsity Baseball '52, '53, '54, N. Club '52, '53, '54. Mauller, Arthur Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mauller: "Riding with the breeze." Great Goof: "Me and my Ford." "Art" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, V. I. C. '53, '54. CLASS Meadows, Virginia Lea Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Meadows: "Never enough time." Great.Goof: "People who compIam'be- cause l'm late. KHI, Lent?" "Ginny" was in Sales r- ganization '54i Y'TeBf1S '52, '53, '54. Meriwether, Virginia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Meriwether: "I wish I could put out my hand and say stop." Great Goof: "Short week-ends and as- signments." "Ginny" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54. Miller, Carolyn Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter l.. Miller: "What's life without love?" Great Goof: "Waiting for the "Great Day" in Auglust, 1954. lHi, Bobl." "Dutc ie" was in Girls' Baseball '52, Junior Red Cross '52, Y- Teens '52. Mercer, Myrna lou Daughter of Mr. Richard R. Mercer and Mrs. Verda Wat- lington: "Where does the time go?" Great Goof: "Those lost week-ends." "lou" was in Chorus '52, '53, Distributive Education '53, '54, secretary '53, '54, Y-Teens '52. Metcalf, .lack Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen Metcalf: "His abili? is as high-" Great Goo : "People who think l'm crazy." "Shorty". was in Camera Club '52, secretary '54, College Club '54, Con- temporary History Club '54, HI-Y Club '52, '53, '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Key Club '54, Radio '54- Room Agent '52, Science Club '52, '53, '54, vice president '52, secretary '54. Miller, Charles Harry Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller: "Sports fan." Great Goof: "New York Yankees." "Charlie" was in Intramural B a s e b a I I '52, Intramural Basketball '53, V. l. C. '53, '54, Honor Society '54. 51 SENIIIH Morrow, Carol Jeanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. ,'Morrow: "She and gloom are no relation." Great Goof: "Whenever a certain blue-eyed boy is late." "Jeanne" was in Distributive Education '53, 54. ' Myers, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Myers: "Self-trust is the secret of success." Great Goof: "The accelerator is off again. IHi, NancyJ." "Pat" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Y-Teens '52. Nelson, Terry John Son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nelson: "Don't let his innocent look deceive you." Great Goof: "Those late Saturday night parties." "Osh Kash" was in Reserve Football '53, Varsity Foot- ball '54. 52 Myers, Carol Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Myers: "A dis- position so amiable with secure invisible regard." Great Goof: "The manners some people have at the wrong time. lHi, MillieJ." "Shorty." Nelson, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson: "Thank God for the man that invented sleep." Great Goof: "Mon- day mornings." "Shod." Nethers, Velma Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nethers: "Many are the friends of a merry tongue." Great Goof: "l need the money." "Janie" was in Home Economics Club '54. Miller, John William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Miller: "Quiet, but that that lies hiddenl" Great Goof, "My many nick- names." "Willie" was in German Club '54, president '54, Hi-Y '54, Intramural Basketball '53, Sphinx '54. Mills, Corwin Ellis Son of Mr. and Mrs. Her- man E. Mills: "We'II agree he's a brave man." Great Goof: "Getting my annual stuff in." "Corwin." Moore, Shirley An Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Moore: "Lover of Life." Great Goof: "Oh, those gay week-ends. lHi, RomaI." "Shirley" was in Distributive Education '54, Sales Organization '52, '54. Miller, Mildred Irene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Miller: "A quiet girl' with a pleasant smile.' Great Goof: "Those sur- prise parties fSeptember 26, l953i." "MilIie." Moore, James Neil ' Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Moore: "The deed I intend is great, but what as yet I know not." Great Goof: "One who likes to get around." "Zeke" was in V. I. C. '54. Morrison, Shirley Anne lMontgomeryJ Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Morrison: "A happy disposition is a gift ot nature." Great Goof: "Olds- mobiles. lHi, Dickl." "Suzie" was in Chorus '52, '53, Girls' Baseball '52, Girls' Volleyball '52, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Newell, Betty Rosaline Daughter of Mrs. Roy Walker and Mr. Ray Newell: "Let's enioy ourselves while we may." Great Goof: "Wait- ing for that day in De- cember. lHi, OckieJ." "Bet" was in Chorus '52, '54, Y- Teens '52. Nichols, Joyce Irene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nichols: "She enters wholeheartedly into every- thing." Great Goof: "Janey, somebody turned out the lights. lHi, BillJ." "Jo" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Distributive Education '53. Null, Linda Sue Daugvhlter Nofn Mr. '-and Mrs. . . u : " app -go- lucky, fair and free." Great Goof: "Waiting for the day. fHi, Toml. lOne of the Pinkywinkleslf' "Lin" was in Girls' Basketball '54, Y- Teens '52. Nichols, Janet Montez Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nichols: "Nothing is hard to a willing mind." Great Goof: "People obiect- ing to teenagers." '.'Nick" was in Junior Red Cross '52, Room Agent '52. Norris, Betty Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Norris: "A winning way." Great Goof: "Oh, how l hate the early morn- ing hours f5 a. rm," "VBetty." Oatman, Clara Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Oatman: "She always has time to be courteous." Great Goof: "Little brothers who see all, hear all, and tell all." "Betty" was in College Club '54, Future Teachers '52, '53, '54, treas- urer '52, president '53, '54, La Renaissance "53, '54, Sphinx '54, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54, L CLASS Oder, David Eugene A Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Oder: "Girls, don't look at me-l'm bashful." Great Goof: "Girls whose name I can't remember." "Little Bear".was in Hi-Y '54, Ra- dio '54, Reserve Football '52, Varsity Debate '53, '54, Varsity Football '53, '54. Otterman, Yvonne Rae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert Bonham: "A good laugh is sunshine in any house." Great Goof: "People who say they do but don't. People who say they will but won't." "Bon- nie" was in Business Staff '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Pa rr, Dona Maxine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Parr: "Always a smile." Great Goof: "When school ends, life begins. fHi, Madison gangJ." "Donnie" was in La Renaissance '53, '54, secretary '53, Home Economics Club '54. Orr, Shirley Jeanne - Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murrel F. Orr: "A light heart lives longer." Great Goof: "l Sherwood like to park. lHi, GaleJ." "Shirley" was in Future Teachers-'52, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, La Renaissance '53, Radio, '52, '53, Sphinx '54, Varsity Debate '52, '53,. '54, Y-Teens '52. Ours, Rose Ann Daughter of Mrs. M. O. Rodeniser: "Nothing en- dures like,-personal quali- ties." Great Goof: "People who misinterpret the Bible." "Rosie" was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, Girls' Volleyball '52, La Renaissance '53, '54, Radio '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Thespians '54, Hi-C '54, vice president. . Parsons, Virginiax Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Parsons: "Not only good, but good for some- thing." Great Goof: "Work- ing late Friday nights. lHi, GaryJ." "Ginny" was in Chorus '52, '54, Distributive Education '54, Y-Teens '52. 53 SENIUB Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Price: "Nothing en- dures like personal quali- ties." Great Goof: "Friday after Thursdayfnights in Co- lumbus." "S url." Ra dwell, Frances Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Loughman: A smart young miss IS shel' Great Goof: "People who can't make up their minds. lHi, Bal:-sl." "Fannie" was in Band '52, College Club '54, Future Teachers '53, '54, La Renaissance '53, presi- dent '53, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54. Rauck, Frank Oliver Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rauck: "Band is his pro- fession." Great Goof: "Peo- ple who say 'Oh, Nol' when I start to sing." "Gus" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Band Council '53, '54, presi- dent '54, Trombone Quartet '53, Symphonette '52, '54, glgorus '52, '53, Folk Music 54 Son of Mrs. Katherine Rada: "Not only good, but good for somet ing." Great Goof: "People throwing paper on the church floor." "Bill" was in Intramural Basket- ball '52, '53, Sales Organi- zation '52, '53, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54. Raison, Marilyn Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L .Raisonz "A sweet disposition plus a pleasant smile." Great Goof: "Boys who are always trying to fix things up for me. QHI, Terry and Davel." "Susie" was in College Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, Girls' Volley- ball '52, La Renaissance '53, Music Appreciation '54: Radio '53, '54, Room Agent '52, Y-Teens '52. Reed, Paul Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Orley Reed: "I am a great friend to amusements." Great Goof: "Tinkering with cars. lA PinkywinkleJ." "Punchy" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, Sphinx '54, Varsity Football '52, '53, '54. Pickett, Joan Elizabeth Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Pickett: "Full of loyalty and spirit." Great Goof: "People who call me .lo Ann. CA Pinky- winklel." "Joannie" was in College Club '54, Contest Speaking '53, '54, Music Appreciation '52, Radio '53, '54, Thespians '53, '54, Varsity Debate '52, Y-Teens '53, '54. Plants, Darlene June Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Plants: "Happiness is made to be shared." Great Goof: "Some girls prefer tall boys, but I prefer a certain "Shorty." "Dottie was in Chorus '52, '53, '54, Distributive Education '54, Junior Red Cross '53, Y- Teens '52, '53. Powe, Robert Lee Son of Mrs. Louise Puryear: "An ambitious young man." Great Goof: "Shooting hooks when there's an assembly." "Powe-Cat" was in Intra- mural Baseball '52, 53, '54, Intramural Basketball '52, '53, 54, Reserve Football '52, Speedball '52, '53, Varsity Baseball '52, '53, '54. Pierpont, Charles William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth D. Pierpont: "Cheer- ful associates ease the task." Great Goof: "Something go- ing wrong with my car." "Bill" was in V. I. C. Club '53, '54. Pound, James William Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Pound, "A smile oils life's bearings." Great Goof: "My day will come." "Jim" was in Intramural Basketball '53, Sales Organization '52, '53, '54, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54, treasurer '54. Powell, Bonita Lorene Drughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Powell: "A good laugh is sunshine in any house." Great Goof: "Crazy mixed up people who don't know how to get unmixed. iHi, gangl. lA PinkywinkleJ." "Bonnie Lou" was in Girls' Baseball '52, Girls' Basket- ball '52, '54, Girls' Volley- ball '52, Music Appreciation '52, Patron Staff '54, Y- Teens '52. Reel, Clyde Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde O. Reel: "A good heart." G r e at Goof: "Chevies."' "Tom" was in Intramural Basketball '53, '54, Sales Organization '54. Ridenba ugh, Caroline Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ridenbaugh: "A girl with an eye toward the future." Great Goof: "When a new gray Ford drives in, there are SONNY days ahead. lHi, S.B. and the Madison gangl." "Susie" was in Room Agents '52, '53, '54, FHA '53, '54. Riggs, Lois Seasholos Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Riggs: "She's full of good meaning and good wishes." Great Goof: "Let's go to Silver Lake in the puddleiumperf' "Lois" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Band Council '53, '54, treasurer '54, College Club '54, Con- temporary History Club '53, secretary '53, Music Ap- preciation '54, Radio '54, Student Council '54, Thes- pians '54, Spanish Club '54, president, Honor Society '54. Rey, Evelyn Eileen Daughter of Mr. Joseph Rey and Mrs. William Enders: "A friendly heart wins in many ways." Great Goof: "School," "Ev" was in Y- Teens '52, '53, '54, Honor Society '54. Ridenour, Martha Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. Ridenour: "Good humor and generosity carry the day, the world over." Great Goof: "Hotel beds that fall down. lHi, . B.J." "Marty" was in Band '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, German Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, Girls' Basket- ball '52, '53, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Rogers, William Blackburn Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers: "lt's nice to be natural, when you're na- turally nice." Great Goof: "Keeping my Plymouth run- ning." "Bill" was in Cam- era Club '52, College Club '54, Contemporary History '53, '54, Key Club '53, '54, treasurer '54, Radio '54, Re- serve Football '52, Room Agent '52, Science Club '53, '54, Varsity Debate '52. CLASS Roth, Dale Edwin Son of Dr. and Mrs. Dale E. Roth: "We'll agree that he is a good fellow." Great Goof: "Short week-ends." "Doc" was in Distributive Education '53, '54, Folk Music '52, '53, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54. Schultz, Donald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Schultz: "l say not much but think more." Great Goof: "Girls who like to drive but can't." "Don" was in Distributive Educa- tion '54, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '52. Shaw, Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Shaw: "He is a gentleman worth knowing." Great Goof: "Women drivers." "Dick." Schlosser, Ma ry Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Schlosser: "Who mixes reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth." Great Goof: "Long straws, round ice cubes, and pink squirrels. lHi, Crew and Cath." "Blondie" was in Bind '52, '53, '54,Y-Teens Scott, Donald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Scott: "He was so generally civil that no one thanked him for it." Great Goof: "People who talk in the library." "Don" was at Utica High School '52, '53, Band '52, Class Officer, president '52, Intramural Basketball '52, La Renais- sance '53, '54, Student Coun- cil '52. Shepard, William Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Shepard: "A spoke in the wheel that made the world go round." Great Goof: "People who call me Joe." "Bill" was in lntra- mural Basketball '52, '53, '54, V. l. C. Club '53, '54. 55' SENIUH Smith, Nancy Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Smith: "So sweet was her companionship, she could not be alone." Great Goof, "Those long weeks between those short week- ends." "Nancy" was in Business Staff '52, Camera Club '52, Chorus '52, Col- lege Club '54, German Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Junior Red Cross '52, '53, '54, Radio '53, '54, Varsity Debate '52, '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Snoor, Carolyn Joan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snoor, "A quiet blonde." Great Goof: "Let's go to the library. lHi, Gangi." "Carol" was in Chorus '52, College Club '53, '54, Future Teachers '53, Girls' Basketball '54, Music Appreciation '54, Y- Teens '52, '54, La Renais- sance '53, '54. Southard, .lack Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank- lin Southard, "Mind quite sound." Great Goof: "Hi- Y." "Jack" was in Camera Club '52, College Club '54, Contemporary History Club "53, '54, Hi-Y '52, '53, '54, Room Agent '53, '54, Science Club '53, '54, vice persident '53, president '54, Student Council '52, '54, Varsity De- bate '52, Home Room Chair- man '54, Honor Society '54, president. 56 Smith, Russell Corbin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Smith: "A quiet man." Great Goof: "Economics." "Hotrod" was in Intramural Basketball '52. Somerville, Barbara .lean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Somerville: "Never see her sad or dreary." Great Goof: "He who laughs first sees the point, He who laughs last sees the double m e a n i n g. CHi, GangD." "Bazil" was in Band '52, '53, Girls' Basketball '53, Y-Teens '52. Spangler, Nancy .Ioan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Spangler: "She is a worthy woman withal." Great Goof: "Ed's idols- what's his name? CA Pinky- winkleJ." "Nanc" was in Annual Staff '53, Business Staff '52, '53, Class Officers '54, secretary, Girls' Basket- ball ,'52, '54, Music Appre- ciation '52, Patron Staff '52, '53, Student Council '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Shibler, Donna .lean Daughter of Mrs. Hazel Shib- ler and the late J. T. Shib- ler: "Great in all things but stature." Great Goof: "Chopped and channeled with French headlights????" "Donna." Simon, Robert lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Si m o n: "Man of few words." Great Goof: "School daze." "Bob" was in Chorus '52, Distributive Education '53, '54. Smith, Donald Ray Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Smith: "A smile for everyone." Great Goof: "Litte John L. fHi, HelenJ." "Smitty" was in Reserve Football '52, Baseball '54. Siegle, John Dale Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Siegle: "And silent he was." Great Goof: "Staying after s c h o ol in Room 2l3." "John" was in Distributive Education '54, Sphinx '54. Slaughter, Lee Ernest Son of Mr. and Mrs. Judge Slaughter: "An affable and courteous gentIeman." Great G o o t: "Responsibility." "Lee" was in Reserve Bas- ketball '52, Reserve Football '52, Speedball '53, Track '52, '53, Varsity Basket- ball '53. Smith, Marvin Leroy Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith: "An athletic and popular among others." Great Goof: "A CULPrit will be the death of me yet. IA Pinkywinklejf' "Marv' was in Reserve Football '52, Spinx '54, Track '52, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball '53, '54, Varsity Football '52, '53, '54, Spanish Club '54. Squiggins, Mary Elizabeth 'Daughter' of Mrs. H el e n Simpkins: "Never sad is "she," Great Goof: "People ' who know everything in general but nothing in par- ticular." "Mary" was in College Club '54, Radio '54, Y-Teens '53, '54, Hi-C '54, secretary '54, Home Eco- rgltmics Club '54, treasurer Steele, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Steele :"Tops with us." Great Goof: "People who aren't as cheerful as I am." "Steele" was in Sphinx '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Y-Teens '52, '53, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, Girls' Bas- ketball '52, '53, College Club '54, Spanish Club '53, '54. Stream, Edwin lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph N. Stream: "Always pleas- ant and willing." Great Goof: "School." "Eddie" was in Chorus '52, Contem- porary History Club '53, Distnbutive Education '54, Folk Music '53, Music Ap- preciation '52, Science Club '52, '53. Stage, Nancy .loan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stage: "Made of sugar and spice." Great Goof: "Men drivers." "Nanc" was in College Club '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '54, Student Council '52, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, vice president '52, secretary '54, Honor Society '54. Stewart, Martha Beatrice iMorganj Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan: Great Goof: "Bringing up my son." "Martha" was in Band '52, '53: Y-Teens '52, '53. Sturm, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sturm: Great Goof: "Boys who like to grow beards." "Pat" came from St. Francis de Sales. At Newark High she was in Home Economics Club '54, at St. Francis, Booster Club '54, Mission Club '52. CLASS Swan, Norma .lean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Swan: "A winning way has she." Great Goof: "'College boys and their STUDIES." "Norma" was in Girls' Basketball '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '53, '54, Y-Teens '53, '54. Taft, Kathleen Martha Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Taft: "She can smile when everything goes wrong." Great Goof: "Mon- day mornings." "Kathy" was in Chorus '52, '53, Y- Teens '52, '53. Teuscher, Robert Fredrick Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Teuscher: "The deed I in- tend is great, but what as yet l know not." Great Goof: "Hey, there's an old Indian love - SA Pinky- winklejf' "Sleepy' was in Intramural Basketball '54, Track '52, '54, Varsity Foot- ball '52, '53, '54. Swisher, Barry Deck Son of Mrs. V. J. Swisher: "You may have heard that l'm no wordy man." Great Goof: "How excruciat- ingly." "Barry" was in Band '52, Spanish Club '53, '54. Taylor, Margaret Eloise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Taylor: "A smile is but a whisyner of a laugh." Great Goo: "l keep'my waist line by 'Bendmg.' IA PinkywinkleJ." "Margie" was in Business Staff '53, '54, College Club '54, Ger- man Club '54, Music Ap- preciation '54, Sphinx '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. Toland, Gladys June Daughter of Mrs. Nevah To- land: "A girl worthwhile." Great Goof: "It was a struggle, but the best is yet to come." "June" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Col- lege Club '54, Girls' Basket- ball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Music Appreciation '54, Ra- dio '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54, Symphonette '52, '53, '54. 57 if SENIUH Son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Vaia: "Nothing succeeds like success." Great Goof: "People who call me "Sharky." "Jim." Walker, Richard John Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker: "Be sure you are right, then go ahead." Great Goof: "Women who think they can drive. fHi, Bon- niel." "John" was in Dis- tributive Education '53, '54, vice president '54, Hi-Y '53,"54. Warman, Terry Jeanne Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Warman: "A sense of humor is the salt of life." Great Goof: "The Church that leads me to the altar. lHi, Crewll IA Pinkywinklelf' "Terry" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, Camera Club '52, Chorus '52, Contest Speaking '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, ' , '54, Library Assistant , Radio '54, Room Agent '54, Thespians '54, Y-Teens '52, '53, '54. 53 '53 58 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Verway: "A c h e e r y smile, a happy way." Great Goof: "l was caught in the Webb." "Karen" was in Girls' Basketball '52, '54, Girls' Volleyball '52, '53, '54, Room Agent '53, Y- Teens '52. Warman, Helen louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Warman: "Which side of the road do you want?" Great Goof: "Boys that talk about w o m e n drivers." "Helen" was in Chorus '52, '53. Watson, Elton Gene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson: "Just plain nice." G r e a t G o o f: "School." "Brain" was in Intramural Baseball '52, Intramural Bas- ketball '52, Reserve Foot- ball '52, '53. Tomlinson, Frank Edwin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson: "Known by one and all, he pla s basket- ball." Great Goo! "People who can't make up their minds." "Rifle" was in In- tramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Reserve Basketball '52, '53, Room Agent '52, Speed- ball '52, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball '53, '54, Varsity Baseball '53, '54. Trimble, Earl Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Trimble: "How about some excitement?" Great Goof: "Work in any form." "Tiger" was in Golf '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basket- ball '52, '53, '54, Reserve Basketball '52, Manager '52, Speedball '52, '53, '54, Varsity Basketball '53, '54, Manager '53, '54. Tyson, .Io An Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Tyson: "Sweet and shy." Great Goof: "Certain people who are al- ways late." "Jo Ann" was in Home Economics Club '53, '54. ,... ly Trimble, Barbara Doris Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Trimble: "Her flowin locks of gold." Great Goof? "PeopIe who don't like good music." "Barb" was in La Renaissance '53, '54, Room Agent '52, '54, Sphinx '54. Tucker, John Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tucker: "All's well that ends well." Great Goof: "No more economics." "Gene" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54. Updike, Robert Blaine Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Updike: "Tho red my hair, I'm fair in temper." Great Goof: "'Economics." "Bob" was in Intramural Baseball '52, '53, Intramural Basket- ball '52, '54. Weakley, Sharon An Dau hter of Mrs. Ruth Irene Weailey and the late H. K. Weakley: "She knows what is what." Great Goof: "I don't worry, I don't hurry. Life is fine and DANdy. lThe last of the Clanl." "Trouble" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Cheer Leader '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, Contest Speaking '53, '54, Future Teachers '54, German Club '54, Girls' Baseball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Basketball '52, '53, '54, Girls' Volley- ball '52, '53, Radio '53, '54, Sphinx '54, Student Council '52, '53, '54, Thespians '53, '54, Y-Teens '52, Honor So- ciety '54. Welker, Florence Marguerite Daughter of Mrs. Glady Welker: "Women of few words are the best." Great Goof: "Allergic to men, huh, Carol. CHI, Gangl." "Peggy" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Junior Red Cross '52, Y-Teens '52. West, Jerold Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvy West: "Always good-na- tured." Great Goof: "Noisy girls." "Jerry" was in V. I. C. Club '53, '54. Weaver, Gerald Allan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Weaver: "Don't be bashful, ask them." Great Goof: "Economics," "Jerry" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '53 '54, Junior Red Cross , 53, Sales Organization '52, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54. '52' ' Wessinger, Stephen Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wessingar: "lt's well to think well, it is divine to act well." Great Goof: "Home room teachers who are slow in taking 3:15 p. m. attendance." "BiII" was in V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54. Wharton, Garry Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wharton: "Every man is a volume if you know how to read." Great Goof: "Little blondes." "Garry" was in Anual Staff '53, Class Officers '53, '54, presi- dent '53, '54, Contemporary History Club '53, '54, In- tramural Basketball '52, '53, '54, Key Club '52, '53, '54, Reserve Football '52, Speed- ball '53, Honor Society '54. CLIISS Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. White: "At peace with the worId." Great Goof: "Hate that civics cIass." "Whitey" was in Intramural Basketball '52, '54, V. I. C. Club '52, '53, '54. Willey, Sally Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Willey: "You never see one without the other." Great Goof: "I don't know -I don't know. Maxine- Maxine! lA Pinkywinklelf' "SaIIy" was in Business Staff '52, '53, '54, College Club '54, Contemporary His- tory Club '53, Girls' Basket- ball '52, '53, Girls' Volley- ball '52, '53, Library As- sistants '53, Music Apprecia- tion '52, '54, Patron Staff '54, Radio 53, '54, Sphinx '54,, Y-Teens '52, '53, Span- ish Club '54. Williams, Marlene Helen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Williams: "She always has time to be courteous." Great Goof: "A certain guy who takes my picture. IC. DJ" "Marty" was in Business Staff '52, Y-Teens '52, Sergeant at Arms '52. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilkins: "The real character of a man is found out by his amusements." Great Goof, "Girls that don't co- operate on dates." "Flip" was in Intramural Baseball '52, '53, '54, Intramural Basketball '53, '54, Reserve Basketball '52, Reserve Baseball '52, Speedball '53, '54, Varsity Basketball '54, Varsity Baseball '52, '53, '54. Williams, .lo Anne gagghtere' of Mr.,Xnd Mrs. o ert ryan: ' n ener- getic maid is Joanne." Great Goof, "Steaks, 7 o'cIock Band, 3-turns-next?" "Jo" was in Band '52, '53, '54, ' , o e e u ' , on- test Speaiing '54, Future Teachers '52, '53, '54, Music Appreciation '53, '54, Sym- Ehonegie gixopgtone nsem e , ' , axo- phone Quartette '53, '54. Wilson, Richard Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wilson: "A I w a y s the same." Great Goof: "Oh, that civics class." "Dick" was in Reserve Football '52, manager '52, V. I. C. Club '53, '54, sergeant-at-arms '53, president '54. 59 Wince, James Paul Wise, Son of Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Wince: "Just an all round good fellow." Great Goof: "Passing out gum the 'first and seventh periods." "Jim" was in Annual Staff '54, Class Officers '54, vice president '54, College Club '54, Intramural Basketball '54, Journalism Staff '54, Editor '54, Key Club '53, '54, Room Agent '53, Stud- ent Council '53, '54, Varsity Debate '52. Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Sam Wise: "All things comes to him who waits." Great Goof: "To be a dime among so many pennies." "Whiz" was in Band '52, '53, '54, Hi-Y '54, Science Club '54, Spanish Club '54. Frederick Allen Wisecarver, Christina May Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lee E. Weiss: "Romance is the poetry of literature." Great Goof: "People who are always late. fHi, Gin- ny,." "Tenie" was in Chor- us '53, '54, Sales Organiza- tion '54, Y-Teens '53, '54. Wlsener, Edward linden, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wisener: "Let's be merry while we may." Great Goof: "People who play sloppy pool." "Ed" was in Annual Staff '53, Reserve Football '52, Varsity Foot- ball '53. Yoder, Alyce Jeanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Foster F. Yoder: "A royal girl who is always depend- able." Great Goof: "Fel- lows who think you should sit home until they make up their minds." "Jeannie" Biggs in Chorus '54, Y-Teens 60 Not Pictured Smith, David Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Smith. Wright, Effie Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wright: "Take life easy while you can." Great Goof: "The trouble with this town, all the cute boys live out of town, Hu Fei?" "Jeanie" was in Y-Teens '52, Home Economics Club '54. Yost, Robert George Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gerald Yost: "Life is what we make it." Great Goof: "Having to wait for Junior year in nursing." "Bob" was in intramural Basketball '52, '53, Reserve Football '52, Track '52, '53, '54, Var- sity Football '53, '54. 61 A ,QQ ' ,f 1 1 ,ga-'-w " ' .AWEYS '- . -'fiwggfu' . . ' y A ,, , ' ' i.5i:V," ASQ. Y, '- Q ' '31."i,:nlf.-1 ,- " ' ,f z' 7211- f , - 1 gg: -, f . A ,iff , 5 , , '. "EF,,,,4, .f,,ug,j' fs - - Aff" ' , ' mv- N, 1,4 , . , ,fn 'hr I y ,tgip ' 1 ,gi cr - ,. , fq4.g,?wff7..g.f.,, H ' X In , q:f?'v1"fv'sg+4--- 1, -rv ' ,W , 1.1-T., 3 , J , ,givin -w-gmt'-1 N "R-' . -1 Q.. :, ' Y . -A ffl" -ltd ' ' 1' 1 f f' - . :, Q21- -'1ff- fl-' v..v,:- ig, ,- ' 4. f f., ,gy Q . x 5 QQQ1- . 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A 4 .X- A p in , x x . , f , ., , X. , 3 .1 h, V.,. Aib' 'A., , ,, 5W9f?i -V,A :A pQ1,,,-'S , A Q? cans EMM R 1 Avqll ,,.A :Vf .A V:., ' :mica aaa Offczefw Larry Swick, vice-presidenT Neal O'Brien, presidenf Bonnie PorTer, Treasurer Carol Hornby, secrefary We poinT vvifh pride To The officers who led The Junior Class Through a big year, unifying The class for The bigger Things To come in Their iunior and senior years. The decoraTions aT The Junior-Senior Prom were exTra special due To The well-organized commiTTees appoinfed and supervised by The officers. The juniors showed a greaT deal of leadership abilify and will bear vvafching Throughout The year. Row I-Jean Anderson, William Anderson, James Anicolaites, Angela Annarino, Albert An- tritt, Joan Appel, John Arensburg, Donna Marie Ashcraft. Row 2-Elsie Ashcraft, Ronald Bagent, James Bair, linda Baker, Mary Lou Baldwin, Robert Ballinger, Eleanor Baughman, Mary Jane Baughman. Row 3-Charles Beach, Charles Bebout, Nelson Bell, Charles Booher, Linda Bosscawen, Robert Bounds, David Bowden, Richard Bowers. Row 4-Curtis Bowman, Patricia Brookover, Carl Brooks, Donald Brown, Girard Brown, Jo Ann Buchanan, Gina Buckey, Kay Buckey. Row 5- Naomi Burge, Carol Burke, Betty Jane Burkham, Gary Busby, Jewel Butte, James Cashdollar, Kathryn Chapman, louene Clark. Row 6--Paul Clary, James Clauson, John Clemings, Roger Cochran, Kathryn Conner, Orville Cooper, David Corby, Patricia Corder. Row 7-Sue Councell, Barbara Courson, Robert Coyle, Edith Crawford, Emily Crawford, Carol Crist, Lillian Crist, Ronald Criswell. K jam 92? XJ f,.,x V, A W 1 '. 1 2 , -l - 'J A Elf!! evc Q 'N' ww 3 ,,,' n gi , R ' E it 11 Row I-Forest Crothers, l.illian Cullison, Joseph Cunningham, Nancy Danford, Beulah Darkes, Bonnie Darkes, Leland Daugherty, Patricia Davidson. Row 2-Kenneth Davis, Barbara Debevoise, Ruth Debevoise, Diane Denney, Lynn Dennis, James Diuguid, Patsy Dobbs, Betty Donaghue. Row 3-Tom Dutcher, Barbara D'Yarmett,. Jean Early, Vicki Eis, Naomi Emerson, David Evans, Margaret Evans, Nancy Evans. Row 4-Robert Evans, Shirley Farmer, Joanne Farnham, Robert Farrow, Ron- ald Filkill, Pauline Florian, Evelyn Flowers, John Flowers. Row 5-James Fluhart,. Mary Fowler, Ralph Franklin, Patricia Freeman, Dianne Freshour, David Frye, Martin Frye, Janice Fulton. Row 6- Franlc Gabe, Arland Gatten, Thomas Gaunder, Raylene Gordon, Carolyn Grady, Helen Gravens, Alice Grigsby, Albert Grove. Row 7-Claudette Gutridge, Richard Hageman, Walter Hamilton, Barbara Hammond, Robert Hampshire, Joseph Harbaugh, Nancy Harris, Peggy Harris. Row 'l-Carol Hawkins, Harold Hayden, Janet Hendrickson, Ramona Hoffer, Carol Hornby, Marlene Horst, Shirley Hoyt, Walter Huff. Row 2-Tom Hughes, Karen Hull, John Jacobs, Richard Johnson, Carol Jones, Larry Jones, Ronald Kappes, Phyllis Kirkpatrick. Row 3-Lee Klein, Linda Koblens, William Koonts, Marciann Koslow, Jane Kraseman, Ronald Kreager, Patty Lou Langland, Linda Lawrence. Row 4-Richard Lawrence, Thomas Le Blanc, Linnie Leckrone, Jean Lees, Maxine Lee, Myrtle Leighton, George Lohrman, Richard Love. Row 5-Patsy McCort, Robert McCoy, Robert McGaughy, Margaret McGlone, Ronald MacFarland, Janice Maidel, Sandra Makris, Myra Malherbe. Row 6-Rosemary Malherbe, Diane Manchester, Dolores Mantonya, Jerry Martin, Violet Mason, Patricia Metcalf, Dorothy Mike, Albert Miller. Row 7-Emma Miller, James Miller, Marilyn A. Miller, Marilyn R. Miller, Raymond Miller, Richard Miner, Delores Montgomery, Charles Moore. , fn. in WNW- . -' . i i"ii4f"+'fw..i"f cyoo 3 QF? gi if ,-.,-W' -4f...:'Wg....,,...L,g.C. - Av ' f 3 1 5 .N V, 4.g fggM,,,MLA--. . E I ,ni . V- .iff V I-X - S: img? , H . Q- -N V55 67 Row 'l-William Moran, Barbara Morrison, Betty Morrow, Nancy Mount, Delores Myers, Nancy Naylor,. Donna Neibarger, Nancy Neighbor. Row 2-Carolyn Nerny, Mary Nethers, Cora Northey, Carol Oatman, Neal O'Brien, Larry 0'Dell, .lesse Oliver, Larry Oliver. Row 3-Dorothy Orr, .lo Ann Orr, Paul Orr, Joyce Ours, Jay Oxley, Mary Patrick, Nancy Paul, Kathryn Peck. Row 4-Jean Pennell, Carrie Perrin, Rita Perry, Janice Pethtel, Ann Pierpont, Rosalie Plaine, Janet Plants, Ronald Plants. Row 5-Nancy Poff, Bonita Porter, Constance Porter, Terry Powell, Lee Priest, William Queen, Dean Ramsey, Patricia Redman. Row 6-Ruth Redman, Jane Reel, Timothy Reh- beck, Shirley Renner, Kenneth Rhodes, Cynthia Richmond, Clement Riley, Ronald Ritchey. Row 7- Fred Ritter, Curtis Roberts, James Roberts, Sherry Roberts, Edna Robinson, Janet Robinson, Paul Robinson, Donald Roderick. Row I-Ramon Roeder, Roger Roeder, Noreta Rose, Julia Russell, Mary Ryan, Robert Salyer, Donna Sanders, James Scarret. Row 2-Charles Schiber, John Sebold, Lee Sellers, Robert Sensa- baugh, Samuel Shackelford, Barbara Shaw, Kay Shaw, Patricia Shaw. Row 3-Pearly Shelton, Robert Sheppard, Shirley Shipley, .loanne Shively, Martha Shubirg, Nancy Smart, Carol Smith, Margaret Smith. Row 4-Robert Smith, Walter Smith, Richard Snelling, Mary Snyder, Ronald Stafford, Twila Stafford, Norma Stalter, Emma l.ou Steed. Row 5-Richard Stockdale, Robert Strothers, Larry Swick, Shirley Swonger, Patricia Tague, Fred Taylor, Gene Thompson, Richard Thompson. Row 6-George Toler, Frances Tomlinson, Richard Touvell, Bonnie Tully, Ruth Untied, Richard Utrevis, Ronald Van Voorhis, Larry Vermillion. Row 7-Nancy Wages, Raymond Wagers, Richard Waites, .Iames Walton, Darwin Watson, Marilyn Watson, Franklin Weekly, Jack Weisant. , .,x..,m ,K 56933, gr 5 'X ts R, 51: 52 K--. Ya S 3 o N 2 A,b:z My re, .L aee ee, 2 Row 'I-Cynthia White, Kay While, Maxine Whiris, Ann Wiley, George Williams, Shirley Wills, Harry Wilson. Row 2-Sarah Wilson, June Winegardner, Richard Wolfe, Dwight Worth, Paiiy lou Wright, Warren Wrighi, William Wright. Row 3-Della Yarnelli, Behy Yosl, Jean Yosl, David Zinsmeisier, Newell McCrilIis. he 5 '-.. , Oolfiwwy Lynn Simross, treasurer, Marty Doughty, vice-president, Dick Cash, secretary, Sharon Spitzer, president. The Sophomore Class has spent the majority of their time becoming acquainted with the faculty and with the traditions and policies of New- ark High School. Maybe for the first several days of school last fall some lost their way, but now they are prepared to help all newcomers become a part of school life. It was gratifying to find that many of our clubs and organizations listed a large number of sophomores as members. These up-and-coming sophomores were also grand supporters of the Wildcat teams. s ii 3, Mx ,. . . X ,fa wt . wi T: X. 7 if , ..., . A ,, A Row 'I-Charles Abbot, lawrence Acion, Glenda Adams, Shirley Allman, John Anderson, Nancy Anderson, Robert Armenfroul, Judith Ashcraft. Row 2-Dan Aulf, Eddie Bagent, Carol Baird, Anna Baker, Roberta Ballinger, Mary Banks, Ruih Banks, Thomas Barrick. Row 3-Patricia Bariletf, Douglas Basford, Richard Bausman, .lohn Beckham, Roberla Benson, Jo Ann Beniley, James Berger, Roderick Bishop. Row 4-Donna Black, Virginia Black, Shirley Blackstone, Rolaeri' Blakely, Marilyn Bodah, William Bodah, Marcia Boell, Charles Boggs. Row 5-Roger Boggs, Bon- nie Boss, Sherilyn Bowell, Dean Bowman, Richard Bowman,. David Boyce, Thomas Bradshaw, Claudia Bringardner. Row 6-Gary Brookhart, Beverly Brookover, Linda Broseus, William Broseus, Diana Brown, Rose Brown, Carol Bruce, Judith Bruichey. Row 7-Doify Ann Bryant, Mariorie Bullock Evelyn Burden, James Burrell, James Bush, Janice Caldwell, Robert Cameron, Mary Carter. Row 'l-John Carver, Richard Cash, Deanna Church, Patti Church, Martha Claggett, Mary Claggett, Nancy Clark, Duane Cline. Row 2-Larry Cline, David Cocanour, Thomas Cochran, Richard Cochran, Ronald Coleman, linda Conley, Barbara Cooper, larry Cooper. Row 3-Joseph Corby, Charles Couteillier, Larry Crane, Constance Crego, Robert Culp, Roy Cuthbert, Roberta Danford, William Darnes. Row 4-Paul Daugherty, Donald Davis, Rose Davis, Jerry Ellen Day, Marcia Deming, Robert DeMooy, Darrell Dick, Carolyn Donaghue. Row 5-Ronald Donaldson, Margaret Donavan, Martha Doughty, Marlene Drake, Patricia Drake, Nanette Duckett, Janet Duff, William Duffee. Row 6-Joseph Drumm, Charles Dupree, Lois Eagle, William Edgerly, Reathel E'ismon, Rosemary Ellis, Mary Evans,. Mollie Evans. Row 7-Daniel Evans, Marsha Farquhar, Betty l.ou Fee, Naomi Fike, Connie Finney, Margaret Fitch, Michael Fitzgibbon, Phyllis Flannigan. Row 1-Linda Flannigan, Betty Foreman, David Forgrave, James Fortney, Herman Foster, Edward Fowler, Richard Francis, Richard Franks. Row 2-Joyce Fulk, la Vonne Gander, linda Garrabrandt, Justine Garrison, Jan Gartside, James Garvin, Patricia Glaunsinger, Ronald Glover. Row 3-Jacqueline Goodwin, Ronald Grady, Douglas Grandstaff, Sue Grannon, John Grant, Willie Green, Roger Grigsby, Roger Groves. Row 4-David Guest, Kirby Gull, Donna Gutridge, George Haas, Judith Haga, William Hagerman, Kenneth Hall, Lee Hamilton. Row 5-Suzanne Hamilton, Carmella Hansford, John Harlow, Suzanne Harris,. Thomas Hartman, Edward Haynes, Keith Heims, Donald Holbert. Row 6-Claudia Holeton, Ellen Holmes, David Holtz, Carol Homman, Floyd Hoskinson, Connie House, Frances House, Norman Huber. Row 7-James Huddy, Carolyn Hughes, Richard Hughes, Rosalie Hughes, Hester Hukill, .Iames Hull, Richard Huston, Nancy Hyre. Row 'l-Sandra Inscho, Norma lrvin, Mary lvers, Paul Johnson, Thomas Johnson, William Johnson, Carol Jones, Edgar Jones. Row 2-Ronald Jones, Frank Keaser, Roger Keck, Mary Lou Keeran, Hummel Keim, Saundra Kiger, Patricia Kinser, Dale Knerr. Row 3-Herbert Koehler,. Jo Ann Kramer, George Alfred Krebs, Gary Kreider, Janice Lake, Allen Lane, Arlene Lane, Larry Laughery. Row 4-Carolyn Laymon, Margie Lescody, Naomi Leslie, Theodore Levingston, Donald Levingston, Roberta Lumm,Margaret Lusk, Margery Lusk. Row 5-James Lybarger, Robert Laughery, Edward McCament, Gerald McClain, Richard McConnell, Ronald McDonald, William McFarland, .lack McHenry. Row 6-David McKiernan, Philip McLaughlin, Stanley McMannis, James McCree, Donald McVey, Phyllis McVickers, Ann Macklin, Loretta Maddox. Row 7-Pauline Manson, Sharon Markle, Robert Marriott, Mary Margaret Martin, Nancy Martin, Patricia Martin, Saundra Martin, Tofosa Martin. Row 'I-.lane Marquis, Ronald Mason, Karla Mason, Richard Mastellor, Richard Mayhew, Wanda Meharry, Robert Melton, Priscilla Mercer. Row 2-Donna Miller, larry Miller, Philip Miller, Ronnie Miller, Martha Mills, Donald Miracle, Margaret Mohler, Robert Moore. Row 3-Thora Moore, Robert Morehead, Tim Morehead, Mary Lou Morman, Robert Morris, Mariorie Mosher, Gwendolyn Moss, Beverly Mossman. Row 4-Delcie Myers, Marilyn Myers, Gary Negele, Mary Anne Neighbor, Edward Nelson, Mary Ann Nethers, Carollee Nichols, Ruby Ann Nichols. Row 5- Floyd Norris, Arletta North, Diana Null, James Oder, Robert Oder, William Offenbaker, William 0'Hara, Betty Oliver. Row 6-Norvagene Owens, Donald Parr, Roger Parr, Wayne Parr, Johnny Parill, Sharla Patten, David Patterson, Cynthia Paul. Row 7-William Pederson, Ruth Pettit, David Petty, Linda Phillips, Norma Phillips, Janet Piper, Mary Ann Pound, Patricia Price. Row 'I-Virginia Price, Carol Priest, Richard Prouty, Dennis Pruett, Jacqueline Purks, Wil- liam Pursley, Kenneth Pickering, Joyce Quack. Row 2-Trent Ralston, Toby Ray, Verla Redman, Barbara Reed, Carl Reed, Joyce Rian, Richard Rice, Donald Richards. Row 3-Franklin Richcreek, Marlene Richey, Floyd Ridenbaugh, James Ritchey, Glenn Robinson, June Robinson, Nancy Robinson, David Roof. Row 4-Ralph Rose, Richard Roth, Beulah Rine, Zona Schworm, Edna Shaner, Nancy Shannon, Ruby Shaub, George Shepard. Row 5-Dorothy Sickles, Marilyn Siegle, Mary Simpkins, John Simpkins, Lynn Simross, Mary Skees, Michael Slebodnik, Donald Smailes. Row 6-Charles F. Smith, Charles K. Smith, Donald Smith, Harry Smith- Linda Smith, Michael Smith, Stanley Smith, Thomas Smith. Row 7-Margaret Smucker, Richard Spence, Sharon Spitzer, Barbara Spring, Mariorie Spring, Beatrice Spurrier, Eddie Stalling, Carol Stauffer. Row 1-John Stevens, Philip Stockdale, Elizabeth Ann St. Onge, Ronald Stump, Ralph Styers, Melvin Sullivan, Ronald Sullivan, John Sutphen. Row 2-linda Swan, Richard Taggart. Helen Tate, Mildred Tate, Thomas Teuscher, Marilyn Trimble, Marie Tucker, Nadzia Urbanik. Row 3-Berlin Vandevender, Jr., Kathleen Vermillion, Mary Ann Vogelmeier, Patty Wagner, Patricia Waite, Paul Walker, .lean Ward, Carol Warthen. Row 4-Leona Webb, Mary Welsch, Denzil Wetzel, Richard Wetzel, Patricia White, Richard Whiteman, Franklin Wickham, David Wilhelm. Row 5-Gary Williams, Ralph Williams, Gerald Wills, Janice Wise, Larry Woodru-FF, Anita Wooles, John Wolfe, Nancy Wolfe. Row 6-John Wolfley, Evelyn Wright, Robert Wright, .loan Wyckoff. I Jffvff p . .E 6 LESTER B. COX A.B,, Otterbein College ELEANOR QUEEN Clerk Row l-William Acklin, Gloria Ankrum, John Annarino, Fred Bachman, Earlene Baird, James Banks, Maurice Bowers, Mona Rose Bowers, Jay Breeding, Gary Brooks. Row 2-Kay Brown, Sue Burden, Paul Campbell, Charles Carr, larry Cavey, Elizabeth Chap- man, Ronald Church, Diana Clark, Gary Cochenour, Patricia Couden. Row 3-Darlene Courson, Tom Cowles, Robert Crothers, Ronald Dawkins, Maxine Dawson, James Deck, Donald Dickerson, Walter Donaldson, James Donlay, Dennis Doring. Row 4-Rita Drumm, Joanne Durdon, Nancy Earley, Bernard Eckstein, Janet Ferry, Diane Fitzsimmons, E'lgie Fletcher, Marilyn Ford, Mary Freas, Rose Frenier. Row 5-Carole Fulton,. Sally Gartside, Kathryn Garwick, Judith Goff, Shirley Goodin, Margery Green, Saundra Griffith, Joyce Grove, Charlotte Gutridge, John Hamilton. Row 6-Rosalie Hamilton, James Hanes, .lo Ann Harper, Dorothy Hartless, Homer Hill, James Hoffer, Kenny Hollar, Janis Holmes, Larry Holmes, Nancy Hottinger. Row 7-Wanda Hughes, David Hummel, .loan ller, Sandra Imhoff, Ollolee Johnson. it A J ii se as ft if fi is Q sfihxg I ff 221555 23 5 E . lr , wmv- fw 94 E L 2. I ' ' .' f,, QSIQQSKY , , A Ab' -914535 m y , ..., ' ' -elf, .F 'iw'-' :ffi 1F'E".,..?',.:Z.f 'A-: " I , if 'Z'- if Row 'I--Thomas Jordan, Charlotte Kaiser, Carol Kalt, Betty Kendall, Lee Kennedy, Carolyn Keylor, Orville Kiger, Harry Lamb, Lucille Lambert, Thomas Lawrence. Row 2-Erroll Levingston, Robert Lohrman, Phyllis Lybarger,. James Lyons, Sue Lytle, Nidc Makris, Alice Meadows, Joanne Metcalf, Bill Mitchell, Raymond Monroe. Row 3-Joe Moody, James Moran, Jerry Mossman, Sharon Mount, Terry Myers, Gail McBride, Larry McClain, Patricia McCullough, Rodney McElfresh, Monte Nagy. Row 4-Charlotte Nethers, Ronnie Orr, Tom Peck, Karl Poland, John Price, Mary Jane Ritchey, Kay Roberts, Herb Shackleford, Charlotte Shaffer, Barbara Shaw. Row 5-Dick Shields, Don Shipley, Leslie Simpson, Johanna Skinner, Hannah Slayter, Rosetta Smith, June Snelling, Patricia Starkey, Bill Thompson, Virginia Ungashick. Row 6-George Vaia, Jim Vargo, Sue Vogelmeier, Leslie Wachter, Lynn Watson, Gary Weed, Sally Weiant, Linda Welsch, Carol Wilde, David Wilkin. Row 7-Mollie Williams, Frances Wilson, Mary Wilson, Richard Wright, Patty Kinsley. 81 enhafi ' lefzl. The Homemaking Department of Cen- tral Junior High School consists of a clothing laboratory, foods laboratory, and living room. The foods laboratory has six unit kitchens which can accommodate twenty- four girls. The clothing laboratory has five sewing tables and nine sewing ma- chines. The curriculum for seventh grade girls includes hand sewing and machine sew- ing in the construction of an apron for use later in the foods laboratory. Food study is centered on breakfast and its importance in the day's meals. The curriculum for the eighth grade girls includes the study, preparation, and serving of foods suitable for luncheon and the construction of a simple skirt using a commercial pattern. The ninth grade girl may elect to take Home Economics, a course which meets for a double period each day. Her course of study includes, besides cook- ing and sewing, such units as canning, meal planning and serving, table eti- quette, grooming, mending and ironing of clothes, and care of her room. Home economics education at its best is designed to improve home and fam- ily living and to help prepare its mem- bers to build better homes and families of tomorrow-a work both challenging and rewarding! Fuwmd THORA P. MacDONAGH A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio Siafe University DOROTHY GLENN Clerk W , ,, sg, W 'S . .,.,,. . v - '- 5133: i ' ' 1: ' : f ff 1 ff? fa, gf 4 ,W A .A, . J AY ....,, ' ' ani V - Y' g xg f' fa 'g ,., -' 'V ' . 3:12 E, .A ,,.,,,, if Row 'l-Shirley Agin, Carl Balo, John Barker, Lewis .v,, "-"' f i 4"' f Barnes, Evelyn Barton, Lowell Bowers, Marilyn Boylan, if, ':'if :IA f ::' Q Shirley Brearly, Barbara Brockway. .7 ,:-:Z '. ss: 'Q .... :., 1 ..::: , , 13. g g Row 2-Fred Brummage, Judy Burkham, William CIHY' g E i' ton, Dorothy Chapman, Lanny Chesser, Arthur Clawson, ii :' A " "' Q sf 5- L dia Clawson, Phyllis Coo errider, John Cunningham. , ., .,:es:ae'1- "gr 5 F' ' Y P X- 3 . , Row 3-Ronnie Cunnin ham Mona Darnes Shirle Don- '3 '11' '- 1" ' 5 - 9 ' ' Y Row 4- Grim m,. Rex. ley, Darlene Drumm, Gary Dudgeon, Bonnie Dunlap, Ray- mond Dupree, Betty Elliott, Albert Farmer. Don Farrow, Martha Finley, Mary Alice Forman, Ronnie Garey, Jo Ann George, Dale Hackley, Joan Hall, Ellis Harris. Row 5-Paul Hastings, John Hatfield, Geraldine Hayes, Harold Heightshoe, Audrey Henry, Nelson Hess, Vernon Hickman, Kenneth Hilleary, Edwin Hughes. Row 6- Ruth Kellar, Row 7- Row 8- 84 Larry Hunt, Martha Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Darwan Jones, Linda Jones, Mary Barbara Kidwell, Betty Klein, Larry Klinger. Doris Lake, Larry Lane, Linda Lane. Wayne Layton, Larry Leedy, Gene Loar. '1 J l.l if ' of 1 ic, , J to 1 , ,,, I - - 1 19 f fix 12 ,ws fi' If is 1 f ET' 1 2 J1!?,..", 'lf ., , P ' xx N ,I,.,. 13 " 5. , . . ' ' wifwi- wif .... 126 if -'A'. W ' if:-:sg fri 14 -' ff-f , ,Aw ,Vg ev ig . xg . 'J J I-' Row 1-Linda Lusetti, Mary Jane ' McFarland, Eddie McKee, Phil Mantonya, William Marmie, Forest Melick, John Mel- ton, Rodney Meyer, Harold Miller. Row 2-Walter Miler, Larry Mitchell, Joyce Morehead, Connie Morlen, Kathleen Morrison, Merle Morrow, Jeanette Moss- man, Shirley Mossman, Connie Myers. Row 3-Jerry Nethers, Mary Nethers, Sally Newcomb, Judy Newman, Barbara Northrup, Judy Northrup, Nancy Orr, Don Parker, Fred Parrill. Row 4-Mary Lou Perrin, Betty Pimm, Rosie Pound, Dorothy Rine, Gladys Redman, Ruth Red- man, Robert Reed, John Rice, Roland Roeder. Row 5-Rebecca Rogers, Sherman Romine, Beth Sawyer, Charleen Scott, Shirley Sensabaugh, Lois Sims, Don Smith, Freddie Snyder, James Springston. Row 6-William Taggart, Donna Thompson, Yarilyn Tolliver, Patty Thisely, Mildred Tucker, Ralph Walters, Elaine Walker, Maurice West, Jerry Westfall. Row 7-Joyce Wheeler, Margie Wheeler, Sondra Whyde. Row 8-Fred Widrig, Jean Williams, Jim Wright. 85 '7fze6Z' panelui Seated-John Melton, Philip Manfonya, Ronald Cunningham. Standing-James Springsfon, Rex Hackley, Merle Morrow, Harold Heighfshoe, Don Farrow, Larry Mitchell, Lowell Bowers, Walter Miller, Rodney Meyers. The correct vogue for "back-yard cooking" has made the Frying Pan Club not only popular but parctical. Member- ship is open to ninth grade boys. While the program is concerned mainly with the preparation and serving of foods, the boys learned first steps in sewing by making their aprons. Miss Pauline Kreager is the sponsor. , W, 1 y',1fr,f,s.,zmz Packaged! EDITH FLEMING B.S., Michigan State Normal College M.A., Columbia University JUNE MCKENRICK Clerk Row 'I-James Abbott, Judy Anderson, Paul Azbell, Shirley Bagent, Brooks Baker, Don Barber, James Barrick, William Bates. Row 2-Jerry Baumgartner, Theodore Bensen, Virginia Berger, Barbara Billman, David Bope, Judy Bowers, Norma Brooks,. William Bryan. Row 3-Steven Campbell, Charles Cashdollar, Michael Claggett, Joanne Clark,. Hilda Clemings. Susan Coehlo, Alice Danford, Dewey Daugherty. Row 4-William Davis, Patricia Denney, Larry Dispennette, Patricia Donahue, Mary Dozer, Nick Dragics, Joanne Dugan, Cynthia Dunlap. U Row 5-Terry Dunlap, Eddie Dunwoody, Jerry Fifield, Mildren Gilham, Nancy Greer. ,Q Row 6-Claire Grunewald,. Barbara Hallowell, Frieda Heid, Richard Henry, Terry Hoffer. II' J Y ll' 4 .I F1 -fe., J V 3.3. W .O 1. IM. "'m..-a- 0 Z l ,. 2' 4 ' M . tgagzqi, 5.-J: 1 .LZ-'TEX X Row 1-Sue Holar, Sueann Holton, Beverly Hotchkiss, Keith House, Beverly Iden, Mike Jeffries, John Jones, Jerry Kapp. Row 2-Kenneth King, Pat Kunkle, Miriam Kuster, Janet Lieber, Sandra Lightle, Joyce long, Danny Mathys, Ted McMillen. Row 3-Nancy Messimer, John Miller, Daniel Mills, Tony Oxley, Jacquelyn Palmerton, Mary Alice Reese, Nancy Reese, Frances Rice. Row 4-Frank Rice, Tittica Roberts, Charles Rogers, Edmond Romine, Kay Scott, William Sid- well, linda Snelling, James Spangler. Row 5-Nancy Spence, Fred Spitzer, Janice Stage, Carol Strawn, Clara Taylor, James Tyer. Row 6-Allen Willey, Rozetta Williams,. Terry Williams, Sandra Woolard, Georgia Zaras. 89 7!ze WMM Qaeda Standing-Mrs. Alspach. Sealed-James Spangler, Richard Henry, James Tyer, Marilyn Boell. The Ninth Grade class at Roosevelt is organized in September of each year with a three-fold purpose: to orientate new ninth grade students, to render service to the school, to give guidance to class members. Each year new ninth grade students from Newark Township School are wel- comed into the class and special effort is made to help them quickly become a participating part of the group. In the field of service one group of boys make up the chair squad, one group of girls manage the Lost and Found Department, another group su- pervises and entertains small children during P.T.A. meetings, and still another group of boys and girls serve as ushers for special school events. In the field of guidance, speakers have been brought to monthly meetings with such subjects as "Needs in the Field of Industry," "How to Become a Doctor," "Possibilities in the Field of Nursing", "Sportsmanship in Athletics". Much dis- cussion has been carried on to stimulate the thinking of the ninth grader about his future. To correlate with this are discussions of possible courses of study in high school. Each ninth grader is guided in planning his entire high school course, at least tentatively. Finally the class, through several money-making projects, earns enough to buy a memorial gift for the school, pre- sented at graduation. Y P . .E K E. H. HECKELMAN A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., Ohio State University PAULI NE H ECKELMAN Clerk Row 'I-Roland Athey, Grace Baker, Charlotte Barker, Sterling Bartoe, Valerie Bastin, Robert Black, Harold Bondy, Carole Billman. Row 2-la Fern Bostic, Ruth Bradley, David Brooks, Pat Bryson, Kathleen Bush, Kathryn Bush, Richard Carpenter, Diana Cartnal. Row 3-Barbara Church, Richard Conner, Sylvia Coyle, Carolyn Cronin, Lloyd Davis, Mary Davis, Warren Dickover, Martin Gongle. Row 4-Nancy Grove, Richard Gunn, Nancy Hamilton, Wilbur Hayden, Richard Hayden, Keith Hogue, Robert Hogue, Charlotte Homes. Row 5-larry Hoover, Richard Hoover, .Ioe Howarth, Verna Inlone, Robert Jones, Gerald Kappes, Donna Kay, Ronald Kopp. Row 6-Tom Lawyer, Brenda larason, Jake laefer, larry lee. Row 7-.lerry Loughman, Sherrian Lookenott, Charles Luke, Robert Mawhorter. wwwwzgwfwfffifff .gh- Wg? 5 J K' vii' . , "" .. swf- Q52 -' , ,X :, " -1 -,:f.,sf.5 51' ,-f' :?'iQ- - 1,451-. ,Q if V -MV" f, ,,,, Row l-Diane McFarland, Carole Mclaughlin, Pat Messina, Gerald Minton, Rebecca Moore, Brent Myers, Judith Null, Glorianna O'Brien. Row 2-Alice Ogle, Michael Oliver, Richard Painter, Charlene Patterson, James Pettit, Nancy Pettit, Ivy Pickering, linda Poff. Row 3-Sharron Powell, Fred Pryor, Jo Anne Ramsey, James Reed, Earl Redman, Gary Reh- beck, Phyllis Renner, Thelma Renner. Row 4-Pauline Rickus, John Ridella, Donna Riffle, Phyllis Robinson, Linda Sanders, Ronald Schlosser, Kenneth Scott, Don Sines. Row 5-Jerry Sipe, Ronald Swart, Vernon Smith, Roseanna Snoor, Carol Stedman, Linda Thompson, Judy Tronstein, Fred Ulrich. Row 6-Ralph Utterback, Patty Volz, Jerry Weaver, Patricia Webb, Judith Whitehead. Row 7-Virginia Wisener, Pathena Wolford, Mary Beth Worth, Jane Yost. 93 A, fbwiaa It is a tradition at Wilson Junior High to have a Spring Musical Program. This year, under the able direction of our music teacher, Mrs. Mary Board, our music pupils produced the Operetta en- titled Oh, Doctor, by Estelle and Palmer Clark. Over one hundred pupils were used in this production along with cos- stumes, stage setting, and other prop- erties. Judy Linebaugh, a student in Newark Senior High School and a former pupil in Wilson School, assisted Mrs. Board at the piano. The faculty and students of Wilson Junior High are happy and proud to dedi- cate this feature picture to our Director ot Band and Vocal Music for her untir- ing efforts in making every production a huge success. rsr at 9 g f A1 5 7-5f ' if 5 f 'Q ii' ' ',,. ff '4A 7 1 ,, A, W i J- Qie , , r s, s5 55 J 'S i 5 ,g ,, 44 sis To George Homer Arensberg, whose excellent sketches have filled the pages of the Reveille Annual of 1952, 1953, 1954, we would like to express our sincere thanks by recognizing him on this page. He also has drawn the covers for the Reveille Review this year. 'K 'ia sm' iQ ig 35 hex JM H 2 49" ' A we 8' 5 ti o W , , , Y 9 mv WA ?f RE'5 1DE'NT 'Q uzzl 3 i x .-,, ' 'ff'1f i TRE wRE'R aiEi.f La wwf" SECRETARYv 5ERGEHN?1AT'BR?Tx55 97 John McDonald, Judith Linebaugh, James Cushman, Donna Devoe. The Student Council consisted of rep- resentatives from the three classes of the high school. They were elected to representation by their class constituents Purpose of the organization was to dis- cuss and act on any problem that con- fronted the student body. Areas in which the Council moved were dances, open house, Homecoming, elections, assemblies, mislaid articles, club charters, clean-up campaigns, and citizenship. Officers were James Cush- man, president, John McDonald, vice president, Judith Linebaugh, secretary, and Donna DeVoe, treasurer. Mr. Frew C. Boyd acted as adviser. Row 'I-James Cushman. Row 2-James Wince, Dorothy Mike, Carl Brooks, Judith Linebaugh. Row 3-Mary Jo lusetti, Shirley Blackstone, Sharon Weakley, Beverly Mossman. Row 4-Mr. Boyd, linnie leckrone, Nancy Danford, Nancy Shannon, Patsy Dobbs, Joanne Hayes, Lois Riggs, Carol Hornby, Donna DeVoe, Charlene Bell, Delores Montanya. Row 5-Patricia Deenis, Nancy Spangler, John Sebold, James Bair, Richard Prouty, Frank Imhoff, Donald Smailes,. Robert Mann, Jack Southarcl, John McDonald, Paul Claggett, Joseph Cunningham, Neal O'Brien, Frederic Hughes. 9 Bmmeu .Slang The Business Staff, which consists of students who are interested in seeing potential advertisers in the Reveille An- nual, was responsible for a great share of the financing of the yearbook. Con- tacts made by these students gave them invaluable experience in meeting the many types of people in the business world. Mr. George Stoeckmann func- tioned as director of and adviser to this group. Mary Nelhers, Sue Councell Row I-Ralph Williams, Georgeann Farquhar, Marlene Baker, Patricia Deenis, Margaret Taylor, Sue Denman Maxine Dowling, Sally Willey, Nancy Burnfielcl, Saundra Culp. Row 2-Mr. Stoeckmann, Carl Brooks, Mary Nethers Norma Stalter Connie Porter, Carol Oalman, Bonnie Porter, Virginia Heatwole, Donna Neibarger, Carol Hawkins, Sue Councell Joanne Farnham, Linda Bossaawen, David Evans. Pabwm Sfaff The PaTron STafT was organized To aid The Business STaff in financing The Re- veille Annual. Each member was given several names of ciTizens whom They were direcfed To see. Contributions are solicifed for The yearbook. Mr. George SToeckmann served as adviser. Standing-Maxine Dowling, Sue Denman, Sally Willey. Seated-Mr. George Sfoclcmann. V Row 1-Joan Pickett, Mary Jo lusetti, Georgeann Farquhar, Sally Willey, Pai Deenis. Row 2-Donna DeVoe, Shirley Davis, Sue Denman, Judy Cunningham, Bonnie Powell, Maxine Dowling, Judy Linebaugli, Margie Taylor, Lois Anne Dyer, Marry Baker. foam fifgeata l Each year two students from each home room are chosen to serve as room agents. The duty of these agents is to collect subscriptions for the Reveille An- nual. ln some instances This year they also solicited sales monthly tor the Reveille Review. In addition to these two functions they collected class dues and became solicitors for such funds as the annual Thanksgiving collection. Nlr. George Stoeckmann supervised th e group in its activities. Seated-Bonnie Porter, Mary Carter. Standing-John Sutphen, Robert DeMooy, Robert Simon, Jan Gartside, David Roof, Mr. Stoeckmann. Row 'l-Ann McElfresh, Frances Radwell, Barbara Trimble, Donna Sanders, Ed McCament, Robert Morris, Kay Shaw, Patricia Freeman. Row 2-Joan Pickett, Sue Denman, Nancy Burnfield, Sally Willy, Maxine Dowling, Terry. Warman, Rosalie Plaine, Bonita Porter, Mary Carter. Row 3-Nancy Martin, Shirley Blackstone, Linda Smith, Myrtle Leighton, Deanna Church, Bonnie Darkes, Carolyn Hughes, Rose Ann Feeney, Joan Wyckoff, Jean Morrow. Row 4-Donna Neibarger, Rose Davis, Carole Baird, Hester Hukill, Betty Lou Fee, Kay Buckey, Margaret Smucker, Marlene Richey, Robert Coyle, George Krebs, Frank Beckman, Robert Mann, Harry Smith, David Bowden, John Sutphen, Robert De Mooy, Robert Simon, Jan Gartside, David Roof. 101 dial The College Club was an organization open to seniors only which existed for the purpose of helping upperclassmen to learn a few of The facts about college life. Speakers from several colleges pre- sented aspects of campus activities throughout the year. Officers were Larry Claggett, presi- dent, Jerry Eshelman, vice president, Jo Ann Hayes, secretary, Georgeanna Fraquhar, corresponding s e c r e t a r y ee- Saundra Culp, treasurer, Donna DeVoe, Row 'I-Donna DeVoe, Georgeanna Farquhar, Saundra Culp, larry Librarian. Miss Nina Keckley was ad- Claggett, Jared Eshelman, Joanne Hayes. viser Row l-Jerry Ashcratt, Paul Claggett, Franklin Beckman, David DeMent, William Darling. Row 2-Jack Southard, James Wince, Jared Eshelman, Franklin lmhoff, Norman Gallatin, Jack Metcalf, Robert Hahn, Garry Wharton, William Rogers, larry Claggett. Row 3-Donna DeVoe, Nancy Stage, Marlene Baker, Lois Riggs, Frances Radwell, Martha Ridenour: Joanne Gard, Joanne Hayes, Clara Oatman, Sally Kerr, Patricia Deenis. Row 4-Miss Keckley, Charlene Bell, Joan Pickett, Maxine Dowling, Sally Willey, Sue Denman, Nancy Smith, Shirley Church, Saunclra Culp, Georgeanna Farquhar, Sharon Weakley, Beverly Chase, Patricia Greer: Judith Linebaugh, Margaret Taylor. 102 Qmfwre 7eac!w14 In The year 1952-1953 FuTure Teach- ers' AssociaTion was re-organized affer being inacTive for Two years. To acquainT iTs members wiTh The problems and characTerisTics of The Teaching profession is The purpose of The club. In 1953-1954 The following officers were eelcTed ouT of The fourTeen members: BeTTy Oaf- man, president Lois Dyer, vice presidenT, Joanne Gard, secreTary, and KaThryn Conner, Treasurer. Some of The plans for The year were To aTTend a sTaTe convenTion in The spring and have oufside speakers discuss The various phases of The Teaching profes- sion wiTh The group. Joanne Gard, Lois Ann Dyer, Belly Oafman Row 1-Sue Speer, Carol Oafman, Donna DeVoe, Befly Carman. Row 2-Joanne Williams, Jo Ann Hayes, Joanne Guard, Lois Ann Dyer, Frances Radwell, Kaihryn Conner, Sally Kerr, .LQ The library group is under The direc- tion of Miss Helen Dorn. The sfaff en- deavors To increase their own knowledge and To aid ofher sTudenTs in Taking ad- vanfage of library meihods and ma- Terials. Sfudenis help in The library one period each day and are required To have knowledge of library methods. The group plans special bullefin boards dur- ing The year. Row 'I Shirley Blackstone Shirley Davis Marlene Baker Miss Dorn Roberta Danford, Beverly Mossman, Linda nnigan .faff ' The French Club supplirnenTs The sTu- T denT's ThirsT for knowledge concerning France-The land, people, and cusfoms. By vvriTing people of Their own age in France members seek To obTain This goal. Officers for The year were Joanne Gard, presidenT, Donna DeVoe, vice presidenT, Donald ScoTT, secreTary, and Jo Ann Hayes, Treasurer. Miss Pauline McCreary was adviser. Joanne Hayes, Donna DeVoe, Joanne Gard. Row 'l-Belly Oafman, Barbara D'YarmeM, Donna DeVoe, Georgeanne Farquhar. Row 2-Beverly Chase, Joanne Haynes, Sue Denman, Maxine Dowling. Row 3-Barbara Hammond, Marilyn Wafson, Joanne Gard, Rose Ann Ours, Pa- tricia Melcalf, Robert Coyle, linnie leckrone, Sandra Malcris John Jacobs, Margie McGlone, Cynthia Richmond, Diana Den- ney, Nancy Danford, Terry Powell, Kay Buckey, Paul Orr, Margaret Evans. The purpose of the Spanish Club was to furnish its members with a broader and more extensive interpretation of the language, customs, and culture of the Spanish people. Programs for the meet- ings consisted ot quiz sessions on past and present civilization and the study of current events. One ot the outstanding programs of the year was a talk on Mexico by Mrs. Mary Rexroth. Officers for the year were Lois Riggs, president, Mary Jo Lusetti, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Krieg was ad- viser. Lois Riggs, Mary Jo lusetti. Row I-Joan Pickett, Nancy Spangler, Sally Kerr, lois Anne Dyer, Lois Riggs, Diane Manchester, Emma Lou Steed. Row 2-Barry Swisher, Sue Speer, Sara Mathews, Mrs. Krieg, Sally Willey, Frank Imhoff, Ronald Criswell. Row 3-Patsy Greer, Shirley Steele, Thomas Church, Ronald Filkill, Harold Hayden, Dave Evans. Row 4-Fred Wise,. Janet Plants, Betty Donaghue, Nancy Harris, Kenny Rhodes. mmm Glad The German Club was organized to furnish a broader and more extensive study of the German language, customs, and culture. All members of the Ger- man class were eligible for membership in Der Deutsche Verein. Club programs were actuated by members themselves. Programs this year consisted of studies of German composers and of listening to recordings of their music. Members also performed short plays, gave quiz programs, and studied current events in German. Officers were John Miller, president, Judith Cunningham, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Sarah Krieg was adviser. Bill Milller, Judith Cunningham Row I-Sharon Weakley, Carl Brooks, Shirley Church, June Toland. Row 2-Judith Cunningham, Charlene Bell, Martha Ridenour. Row 3- Falricia Deenis, Marlene Baker, Margaret Taylor, Saunclra Culp. Row 4- Carol Hornby, Gina Buckey, Dianne Freshour, Ann Wiley. Row 5-Wil- liam Miller, Robert McGaughy. Band The 1953-1954 edition of the Newark High School Band opened its extra-school season on October 11, 1953, when they participated in the Community Chest Parade. Playing for football games and for Band Day at Ohio University featured the fading 1953. The Band Banquet at Buckeye Lake Park started the new year. During the remainder of the year, the band participated in Band, Orchestra, and Chorus contests at Ashland where they won a first, Solo and Ensemble con- tests, the Eighth Annual Spring Band Concert, the Band Festival at Springfield, and Commencement. Then the band prepared for the 1954-55 season in the summer months at Summer Band School, football band rehearsal, and Band Camp. Row I-Myron Pearce, David Patterson, Charlene Bell, Raylene Gordon, Patricia Martin, Roberta l.umm, Sonia Clark, Jerry Bishop, Suzanne Doughty, Arletta Dollison- Mary Ellen Schlosser, Marcia Boell, Elaine Croy, Paul Robinson. Row 2- George Toler, Judith Cunningham, Carol Warthen, James Diuguid, Edward Jones, Richard Utrevis, Theresa Martin, Sharon Markle, Beverly Brookover, Roderick Bishop, Robert Lannigan, Daniel Ault, Jo Anne Williams, Shirley Farmer, Mary lou Keeran, Betty Oliver, Franklin Wickham. Row 3-Mary K. Chapman, Patricia Dobbs, Martha Ridenour, Frederick Wise, Mar- iorie Smith, John Spellman, Maxine whiris, Frederick Ellis, Ronald Van Voorhis, John Sebold, James Fluhart, Richard Wolfe, Richard Houston, David Frye, Richard Prouty. Row 4-Lois Riggs, Karen Hull, Carol Baird, Fredrick Ritter, Eileen Layton, Marilyn Miller: Myrna Conkle, Judy Ashcraft, Judy Haga, Beatrice Spurrier, Mary Martin, Sue Banks, Norma Jean Owens, Janice Wise. Row 5-Jack McHenry, Patricia McCort, Yvonne Gander, Jo Anne Orr, Janet Kerns, David Guest, George Williams, Jackie Goodwin, Barbara Springtson, Roger Toothaker, Donna Gutridge, Patricia Myers, Nancy Harris, Judith Brutchey, James Ritchey. Row 6-Sue Granin, Richard McMannis, Barbara Cooperf June Toland, Paul Clary, Franklin Rauck, Andrew Hinerman, Dwight Worth, Kay White, Richard Cochran. Thomas Hughes, Wanda Meharry, Nancy Robin- son, Peggy Welker, Sally Hinton. Row 7-Charles Abbott, Joseph Dumm, Roger Cochran, William Offenbaker, William Bodah. Goncml efnailz. The Newark High School Choir This year was composed oi one hundred forTy voices, which is divided inTo Two well balanced secTions. The Two groups were combined in May for The spring concerT. A choir of sixTy-eighT voices was se- lecTed from The Two secTions for The DisTricT ConTesT aT Ashland, March 20, where They received an excellenT raTing of II. The choir was The only Class A-l school aT The conTesT and was The besT received of The ThirTeen schools ThaT parTicipaTed. The choir sang Three num- bers, The lasT of which was required. A small porTion of The choir Took parT in The MUSIC Fegfival af Delaware, Where Row 'I-Shirley Shipley, Ruth Bieberbach, Lillian Crisi. They Sang in 5 Choir of 'ISOO Voices- Row 2-JoAnn Williams, Phyllis Shively, Carol Knerr. The STaTe Choir ConTesT was held in Newark This year and members of The choir and band acTed as guides and pages To The visiTors. Whenever The choir sang eiTher aT churches or service organizaTions, They were well received. This year, for The TirsT Time in The hisTory of The Newark choir, They appeared in robes. Members of The choir conTribuTed To The purchase of These robes eiTher by sales Tax sTamps or ouTrighT conTribuTions. OTher conTribuTors were The AThleTic AssociaTion, The high school P.T.A., The B840 Railroad, The Bricklayers Union, Mrs. George Lesler, Mr. and Mrs. CarTer, and The YouTh Council. Virginia MeriweTher and Barbara HarTman, Two seniors, Took parT in DisTricT Solo ConTesT aT MT. Vernon and were well received. Row 'I-Patricia Price, Mildred Tale, Julia Russell, Rose Ann Ours, Joyce Ours, Behy Donaghue, Dolores Myers, Mr. Jones. Row 2-Carol Smith, Virginia Parsons, Lillian Crist, Norma Charlton, Shirley Shipley, Marlene Horst, Barbara Hans- ford, Janef Piper. Row 3-Virginia Meriwether, Barbara HarTman, Jane Jinks, Ruth Bieberbach, Joanne Williams, Joanne Shively, Carol Knerr, Mary Carter, William Pederson. Row 4-Jerry Bishop, Charles Booher, Erwin Klein, Jim Dial, Frank Weakley, Dave McKiernan, Tim Morehouse, Willy G:een. 109 flffudic 4,1 0 Music Appreciation during this its ninth year has led a rather quiet exist- ence. The organization subscribed to the same magazines as in previous years. It met for meetings twice a month. How- ever, no maior concert was sponsored nor were any Recitals Miniature present- ed. Officers were Thomas Cash, president, Lois Riggs, vice-president, Beverly Chase, , secretary, and Lois Dyer, treasurer. Mr. 5 Gordon Kingery was adviser. Beverly Chase, Thomas Cash, Lois Riggs, Lois Ann Dyer. Seated lleff to right,-Salley Willey, Mary lou Bobbitt, Saundra Culp, Joanne Williams, Joanne Hayes, Beverly Chase, Joanne Gard, June Toland, Lois Riggs, Donna Devoe, Lois Dyer. Standing lleft to right!-Patricia Deenis, Sue Denman, Margaret Taylor, Marlene Baker: Judy Linebaugh, Georgeann Farquhar, James Cushman, Thomas Cash,. Shirley Curch, Nancy Danford, Mary Carter, Barbara Morrison, Diane Freshour, Mr. Kingery. ccknce Zu! The Science Club is composed of stu- dents from the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. The only requirement for membership is that all prospective members have an interest in science. The purpose of the club is to give its mem- bers a greater understanding and ap- preciation of the different fields of sci- ence. The three fields of discussions this year were biological, chemical, and physical. The programs for the year followed these three general fields. A special emphasis was put on conservation dur- ing the year. The club met once every two weeks. Officers were Jack Southard, presi- dent, John Anderson, vice president, Jack Metcalf, secretary, James Dial treasurer. Mr. P. G. Steinberger was ad- viser. I Jack Metcalf, James Dial, John Anderson, Jack Southard Row 'I-Herb Koehler, Kirby Gull, Roy Cuthbert, David Boyce, Norman Huber. Row 2-Frederick Wise, Donald Smailes John Southard, .lack Metcalf, James Dial, Frederic Hughes, William Rogers, .lohn Sutphen. Dwmlutaue The purposes of the Distributive Edu- cation Club are KU to develop progres- sive leadership, KQJ to provide for an in- telligent choice of occupation, C31 to create an interest in a student's chosen occupation, Q49 to encourage the use of high ethical standards, and C51 to en- gender a respect for vocational educa- tion and a desire to keep abreast of current developments in business. Officers for 1954 were John Walker, president, David Berger, vice president, Ruth Guest, S6CI'eTBI'y,6I'1Cl Myrna NleI'CeI', Ruth Guest, Myrna Mercer, John Walker, David Berger. treasurer. Miss Ethel J. Angus was ad- viser. Row 1-Myrna Mercer, Shirley Moore, Delores Hall, Joyce Nichols, Virginia Parsons. Row 2-John Siegel, Sherrie Hartman, Robert Symon, Mary Love, Nancy McCaulsky. Row 3-Norma Clay, Betty Coventry, Gordon Dancey, Ruth Guest, Alice Hall. Row 4-James Adams, David Berger, John Walker, Ed Stream, Miss Angus. 112 46640 ' 'va The Sales Organization is composed of sTudenTs who Wish To gain knowledge and pracTical experience in selling and business. All reTereshmenTs aT The TooT- ball games are sold by This group. Some of The sTudenTs are paid on an hourly basis for The services which They render. The adviser of This group is Mr. Edward STradley. Row I-Janice Pefhfel, Rilia Perry. Row 2-Mr. Stradley, James Pound, Roger Grigsby. Janice Pefhfel, Mr. Edwarci Stradley, Jean Morrow, Shirley Moore, Roger Grigsby, Hesier Hukill. 113 I 7wla4Z5'zchZ ed the following officers: Richard Wilson, president, Leland Daugherty, vice presi- dent, Harold Lee, secretary, Warren Wright, treasurer, Paul Kerr, sergeant-at- arms. Their dues were fifty cents for the year. The VIC sponsored skating parties on November 9, on March 4, fthe proceeds went to the Student Councill, March 24, and at the end of The year. Members ushered at the football games and Harold lee, Albert Miller, Richard Wilson. helped at the Concession S1-and. Row 'I-Mr. Harold Oatman, Paul Kerr, Jerry Weaver, William Pierpont, Gene Tucker, Richard Wilson, Jerry West, James Pound, Charles Miller, Steve Wessinger, Arthur Mauller. Row 2-larry Jones, Neal Moore, Tom Gaunder, Harold lee, Ronald White, William Rada, Joseph Hepsworth, Charles Bebout, Robert McCoy, Fred Taylor. Row 3-Robert Harris, Albert Miller, Don Roderick, Harold Duffee, James Geller: Charles Lusk, Robert Sensabaugh, Robert Davis, Arlan Gatten, Ronald Stafford. Row 4-Lee Priest, Tracey Gentry, Paul Collins, Herbert Klein, Ned Gaulke, Jerry Martin, William An- derson, Ronald Stump, Robert Farrow. The VIC met on October 27 and elect- We-Z The Hi-Y Club met every Tuesday eve- ning in the Community Center ot the YMCA at seven-thirty. Speakers fea- tured the meetings. Officers for the year were Frederic Hughes, president, Norman Gallatin, vice president, Paul Claggett, secretary, Thomas Bob, treasurer. Mr. James Brehm was adviser. Norman Gallatin, Fred Hughes, Paul Claggett. Row l--Fred Wise, Tom Hughes, Dave Zinsmeister, Charles Coutellier, larry Claggett, Mr. Hoag, Dale Roth, Fred Hughes, Gail Hill, David Oder, John Walker, Don Schultz, Bill Miller. Row 2-Mr. Crossland, Richard Johnson, Gary Garrett, Paul Claggeit, John Arensberg, Jared Eshelman, Franklin Weekley, Larry Green, Jerry Ashcraff, Ronald Mc- Cullough, Mr. Brehm. Standing-Pat Deenis, James Cushman, Miss Dorothy McCord, John McDonald. Seated-Mrs. Barrick. radio The Radio Club, in cooperation with the Radio Committee ot the Student Council, produced and presented the weekly radio program it's High Time over WCLT. Programs were heard every Thursday at four o'clock in the afternoon. At the first meeting of the year seventy- five members reported. The group met every Wednesday at 3:15 to plan and rehearse radio shows. At this time, also, club members heard discussions con- cerning radio by members. On several occasions members of the staff ot radio station WCLT addressed the group. John McDonald was presidentg Patricia Deenis, secretary. James Cushman was student announcer. During the first se- mester Mrs. Eleanor Barrick and Miss Dorothy McCord were advisers. Mr. T. Edwyn Dickerson replaced Mrs. Barrick at the beginning of the second semester. Row l-JoAnn Hayes. Patricia Greer, Sally Willey, Maxine Dowling, Marlene Baker, Judy Linebaugh, Patricia Davis, June Toland. Row 2-Claudette Gutridge, Cynthia Richmond, William Rogers, Sue Speer, Patricia Metcalf, Patricia Dennis, Sue Denman, Sharon Weekley, Judy Cunningham. Row 3-Joanne Shively, Shirley Roberts, Margaret McGlone, Beverly Mossman, Nancy Mount, Carol Hawkins, Kirby Gull. Row 4-Nancy Shannon, Linda Koblens, Jane Kraseman, Barbara D'Yarment, Nancy Paul, William Bibler, John Anderson. Standing-Neil O'Brien, Carol Hornby, Gina Buckey, Joan Pickett, Georgeann Farquhar, Paul Clary, James Cushman, John McDonald, Norma Gallatin, Jack Metcalf. 116 S me Zelcwe "Resolved: That the President ot the United States should be elected by a direct vote of the people" was the nation- al high school debate topic for the year 1953-1954. The debate squad, including the sopho- mores, opened the season on December 5 by attending the Central Ohio Debate Clinic at Ohio State University. On De- cember 12 the debaters won a gold tro- phy for second place at the Columbus North All-Events Tournament. In a practice tournament against Denison Uni- versity, on January 13, the varsity emerged victorious with a record of five wins and one loss. Two days later, how- ever, they met and bowed to Upper Ar- lington in another practice tournament. At the Dayton Fairmont tournament on January 30, Newark won first place in B division. The last regular season tournament was held at Delaware Willis on February 6. Newark placed second at this tournament. Four senior debaters, Frances Radwell, Shirley Orr, James Cushman, and John McDonald won sec- ond place in the district tournament of Peggie Lusk, Kirby Gull, Thomas Hughes John Anderson at Ohio State University on February 27. A high point ot the season came on March 12 and 13 when the Newark A team took second place at the N.F.L. district tournament. This second-place win qualified Newark for the state tournament, which was held on March the Ohio High School Speech League 19 and 20. Newark with a record ot Row 'I-Thomas Hughes, Joyce Ryan, Marilyn Myers, Claudia Holien. Marsha Demming, Carolyn Layman, Norma Jean Owens. Row 2-Sherilyn Bowell, Karla Mason, Molly Evans, Margaret Smucker, JoAnn Kramer. Rew 3-Kenneth Davis, Her- bert Koehler, Roy Cuthbert, Gary Brookharf, Ralph Williams, Mrs. Barrick, Peggy Lusk, Linda Conley. Seated-Mrs. Barrick. Standing-David Oder, Nancy Smith, Frances Rad- well, Patricia Deenis, Jared Eshelman, James Cushman, Shirley Orr, Betty Oatman, John McDonald, Judith Linebaugh. seven wins and one loss lost a run-off debate for first place to Dayton Fairmont at the N.F.L. The climax of the season came when the team of Orr, Radwell, Cushman, and McDonald won the Ohio High School Class A Debate Championship at the Ohio State University on March 20. In the final rounds Newark defeated Jack- son, Massilon, and Middletown high schools to win the championship. This team will now represent Newark High School and the State of Ohio at the Na- tional Speech Tournament to be held at Greensburg, Pennsylvania, from June 22 through 25. During the year the debaters pre- sented two radio programs on It's High Time. Patricia Deenis, Judith Linebaugh, John McDonald, and James Cushman presented the senior debate assembly on February 6. McDonald and Cushman both appeared on the television pro- gram "Youth Has lts Say" over WTVN during the year. Mrs. Eleanor Barrick was coach the first semester, Mr. T. Edwyn Dickerson, the second. Row 'l-Shirley Orr, Frances Radwell, Nancy Smith. Row 2-James Cushman, John McDonald, Neal O'Brien, David Bowden. Row 3-Judith Linehaugh, Betty Oatman, David Oder, Jared Eshelman. Row 4-Pat Deenis, Carol Hornby. 1 1,8 Keg Wa! Twenty-one members were enrolled in The Key Club This year. Meetings were held in The Fiberglas Club Rooms each Wednesday evening at seven-thirty. Speakers and visits to factories featured The season's activities. Some projects forthe year were ushering at home bas- ketball games, raising and lowering the American and Ohio flags each school day, and planting shrubbery in front of the school to improve the looks of the lawn. The club, with The assistance of the Kiwanis organization, sent James Cush- man and William Rogers To the national convention in Los Angeles in June, 1953. Officers were Frank Imhoff, president, Carl Brooks, vice president, James Bair, Secre-tary, William Rogers, treasurer, Ad- Frank Imhoff, Carl Brooks, Bill Rogers, Jim Bair. visers were Mr. Jack R. Hale ofthe facul- ty and Mr. William Van Wey and Dr. Wil- liam Myers of The Kiwanis Club. Row 'I-Mr. Hale, James Cushman, Carl Brooks, William Rogers, Franklin Imhoff, James Bair, Robert McGaughy, Richard Rice. Row 2-John Sebold, James Wince, Richard Francis, Robert DeMooy, Donald Smailes, David Bowden, John Sulphem Neil O'Brien, David Corby. Carol Hornby, Joanne Farnham, Sharon Weakley, Mary Jo lusefii, Maxine Dowling, Saundra Culp. Edeezleaalefze One of the loyalist groups of athletic supporters in Newark high and one which adds color to all the games is the aggre- gation known as cheerleaders. ln addi- tion to leading cheers at home and out- of-town games, they aid in making dec- orations for different sport banquets. Further they plan pep assemblies. The 1954 squad was composed of Saundra Culp, Patty Jo Davidson, Maxine Dowling, Joanne Farnham, Carol Horn- by, Mary Jo Lusetti, and Sharon Weakley. Miss Florence Myer was adviser and coach. Saundra Culp, Maxine Dowling, Carol Hornby, Mary .lo lusetfi, Sharon Weakley, Patricia Davidson. l 120 Under the direction of a new adviser, Miss Dorothy McCord, Troupe No. i273 of the National Thespian Society com- pleted its second year of existence at Newark High School. In line with the national group, the local society is de- voted to the advancement of dramatics as an art in the local high school. ln honor of the National organization's silver anniversary, Mayor John Swank declared the week of November 23-30 National Thespian Week in Newark. On November 25, 1953, the Thespian play Professor, How Could You! by Ann Coulter Martens, was presented in the school auditorium. A formal initiation of deserving students who had earned the honor was held in April. Officers for the year were Margaret McGlone, president, Joan Pickett, vice president, Patricia Metcalf, secretary, and Patty Jo Davidson, treasurer. Margie McGIone, Joan Pickett, Pat Metcalf, Patty Jo Davidson Sharon weakley, Patty .Io Davidson, Margie McGlone, Diane Freshour, Joan Pickett, larry Green, Patricia Metcalf, Rosalie Plaine, Miss McCord. G Jliuivuf The year 1953-1954 was The second year of This club's operaTion. Its purpose was To explore and To explain The more signiTicanT news sTories as They appeared. The main emphasis was placed on The political and economic phases of The news. Among programs during The year were speakers on organized labor and person- nel relaTions. A panel discussion was held on The subiecT, "Joseph McCarThy, His Mefhods and ResulTs." On March 25 The club presenTed a radio program over WCLT. IT was a panel discussion con- cerning The subiecT "Should The VoTing Age Be Lowered To EighTeen?" Mr. Ralph Rice served as moderafor. Panel members were David Bowden, Larry Green, Jack MeTcaIT, and Frank Irnhoff. Confemporary HisTory was disbanded during The second semesTer because noT enough members of The sTudenT body were inTeresTed in iTs purpose or iTs programs. Officers were Larry Green, president David Bowden, vice president and Shirley Davis, secreTary-Treasurer. Mr. Ralph Rice was adviser. William Rogers, Paul Clary, Norman Gallatin, Jack Metcalf, Larry Green Paul Clary, Frank Imhoff, William Rogers, Jack Southard, Mr. Rice, Jack Metcalf, Garry Wharton, Norman Galletin, larry Green. ' 122 Thirty-tive seniors were enrolled in the National Honor Society this year. The club was organized in March with Miss Florence Boyd as adviser. Any senior who has earned a cumulative average of 3.3 or above for seven full semesters, who has been enrolled in the Newark school system for two full semesters, ancl who has a good character is eligible for nomination to the society. On March T8 Dr. T. C. Dunham of Ohio Wesleyan University spoke at the annual recognition service. The banquet was held on April 30 at the YMCA. Dr. J. L. King of Denison University was the speaker. Jack Southard, Lois Riggs, Norman Gallatin, Mary Jo lusetti Officers were Jack Southard, presi- dent, Lois Riggs, vice president, Mary Jo Lusetti, secretary, and Norman Gallatin, treasurer. Row 'I-Frances Radwell, Maxine Dowling, Judith Linebaugh, James Cushman, Richard I.aymon, Ned Gaulke, Patricia Deenis, John McDonald. Row 2-Evelyn Rey, Saundra Culp, Garry Wharton, Frank Imhoff, Robert Mann, Charles Miller, Sherrie Hartman. Row 3-Donna DeVoe, Lois Riggs, Frank Beckman, Judy Long, Patricia Hand, Sharon Weakley, Norman Gallatin. Row 4-Elaine Croy, Beverly Chase, Jack Southard, Mary Jo lusetti, Nancy Burnfield, Anna Beckett. Row 5- Lois Dyer, Mary Lou Babbitt, Joseph Hepsworth, Anna Mae Cline. Row l-Miss Morgan, Rose Ann Kubick, Georgeann Farquhar, Barbara Morrison, Donna Neibarger, Carol Jones, Nancy Shannon, Miss Dorn. Row 2-Shirley Davis, Nancy Stage, Evelyn Iacobellis, Carol Hornby, Nancy Danford, Jackie Purks, Patti Church, Miss McCreary. Row 3-Charlene Bell, Anna Beckett, Ann Wiley, Linnie leckrone, Shirley Blackstone, Partricia Myers, Beverlly Brookover. Row 4-Marty Baker, Rose Ann Ours, Patty Brookover, Margaret Lusk, Diana Null. W -7een4 Y-Teens, open To any girl in The high school, had as iTs purpose The Teaching goals of a proper personal and social life. Some of The acTiviTies of The club were a ChrisTmas party for underprivileged chil- dren, a Tea for The faculty, an assembly Tor The sTudenT body, and The annual moTher-daughTer banquet. Officers of The Three groups were as follows: for The seniors, Rose Ann Ku- bick, president Georgeann Farquhar, vice president Nancy STage, secretary, Evelyn Iacobellis, Treasurer, Tor The lun- iors, Barbara Morrison, president Donna Neibarger, vice president Evelyn Flow- ers, secretaryg RuTh Unfied, Treasuer: for The sophomores, Carol Jones, presi- dent Jackie Goodwin, vice president PaTTi Church secretar- Jackie Purks Treasurer. 1 Y, 1 Row l-Nancy Stage, Charlene Bell, Martha Riclenhour, Ann McElfresh, .lune Ashcraft, Shirley Davis, Rose Ann Kubik, Evelyn lacobellis, Evelyn Ray, Rose Ours, Patricia Hand, Patsy Greer, Shirley Church, Marty Baker, Georgeann Farquhar. Row 2-Kay Buckey, Barbara D'Yarmett, Alberta Antritt, Barbara Morrison, Nancy Danford, Cynthia Richmond, Diane Den- ning, linnie leckrone, Nancy Mount, Patty Davidson, Joanne Shively, Ann Wiley, Sherry Roberts, Carol Hornby, Dean Church, Barbara Brookover. Row 3-Anna Beckett, Sue Council, Mary Nethers, Patty Brookover, Donna Neibarger, Carol Crist, Edith Crawford, Emily Crawford, Dorothy Mike, Carol Hawkins, Barbara Debevoise, Marilyn Watson, Barbara Ham- mond, Linda Koblens. Row 4--Molly Evans, Shirley Blackstone, Patti Church, Janice Lake, Marilyn Trimble, Arlene Lane, Peggy Mohler, Peggy Lusk, Jackie Purks, Carol Jones, Pat Martin, Nancy Shannon, Mary Carter, Margaret Smucker, lynn Simross, Marcia Demming. 124 We-6' 661.4 The purpose of Hi-C Club, organized aT The beginning of This year and The TirsT of iTs kind in Newark High School, was To creaTe a greaTer ChrisTian aT- mosphere among sTudenTs. AT Three of The club's meeTings There were speakers from Missouri, Illinois, and Ohio. OTher programs consisTed of group discussions, panel discussions, and sTudenT speakers. The main evenT of The year was a panel discussion on The Topic "Is The Bible True?" The parTicipanTs were Shirley Orr, David Bowden, Neal O'Brien, and members of The club. During anoTher meeTing Shirley Orr spoke on The ef- fecTs of alcoholism. The club meT on The second and TourTh Thursday of each monTh. Officers were BeTTy Donaghue, presi- denT, Rose Ann Ours, vice presidenT, Mary Squiggins, secreTary, and Nancy Neighbor, Treasurer. Mr. F. W. SmiTh was adviser. Rose Ann Ours, BeTTy Donaghue, Mary Squiggins Row 'I-Rose Ann Ours, Susan Hamilion, Mr. F. W. Smith, Peggy Harris, Mary Squiggins. Row 2-Connie Crego BeTTy Donaghue, Janice Pethiel, Joyce Ours, BeMy Waringion, Carol Donaghue, Jean Lees. ame Zamamcba The Home Economics Club for i954 consisted of a small group of girls who were interested in the further study of tivities were visits to business houses, ings. Officers were Sally Kerr, president, Carolyn Lupher, vice president, Donna Parr, secretary, Mary Squiggins, treasur- er. Mrs. Ruth Bennington served as adviser. Seated: Caroline Lupher, Mary Squiggins. Standing: Donna Parr, Sally Kerr. Row 'I-Pat Sturman, Donna Parr, Carolyn Ridenbaugh, Mrs. Bennington, Ann SI. Onge, Velma Nethers, Carolyn Lupher, Row 2-Sally Kerr, Mary Squiggins, Ann Johnson, Kalhy Vermillion, Leona Webb, Donna Lewis, .loann Tyson. this subiect. Included in the group's ac- such as bakeries, restaurants, and clean- ing companies. Professional home econ- omists spoke at various monthly meet- ,-fu! The Arf Club was organized this year for the firsT Time. Its purpose was To creafe more inferesf in art and To use each member's Talent To his besl ability. ln the spring The group visiTed The Co- lumbus Arf Gallery. Officers were Robert Coyle, president, Carol Oatman, vice president and Bar- bara Hammond, secrefary and Treasurer. Mrs. Leah Russell was adviser. Carol Oafman, Robert Coyle, Barbara Hammond Row I-Hummel Kein, Susan Raison, Robert Coyle, Carol Oalman, Charles Coufellier. Row 2-Romona Hoffer, Paul Walker, Barbara Hammond, Mrs. Russell. Mrs. McConnell, Mrs. Kreager, Mr. Boyd, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Chapman. I :I I The Newark High School Parent- Teachers Association held its meetings during the year on October 22, Novem- ber 19, February 18, and April 8. A total of 557 members were gained for the school year, the largest membership in the history of the school organization. The first meeting was an open house. The Reverend David A. Robinson spoke at the second meeting. At this meeting, also, the PTA gave the high school choir a contribution toward the purchase of robes. The February meeting was a Founder's Day program. The final meet- ing of the year featured a panel dis- cussion on what the community provides for youth. The Reverend Mr. Robinson led the panel. Cfficers were Mrs. Kenneth Kreager, president, Mrs. Paul McConnell, first vice president, Mr. F. C. Boyd, second vice president, Mrs. Howard Chapman, secre- tary, and Mrs. Robert Evans, treasurer. 128 Zmddhrl The Band Club was organized in T939 wiTh iTs main obiecTive being The wel- fare of The band. The membership is made up of parenTs of The band boys and girls. Meefings are held on The lasT Monday of The monTh in The music room aT The high school. The meefings This year were very well aTTended. This year The usual procedure of purchasing needed insTrumenTs and furnishing TransporTaTion To fooTball games and for Trips was followed. There was a Trip To Ohio UniversiTy in Novem- ber where The band parTicipaTed in a mass-band concerf. There was also a Trip To Zanesville in November To play wiTh oTher bands for The Shrine fooTball game. The Trip To Ashland, Ohio, for The Dis- TricT Band ConTesT resulTed in a firsT for The aggregafion. ln July The club held The annual picnic aT Buckeye Lake for all band members in Newark. In January parenTs of The band members were guesTs aT The an- Mr. G. W. Cunningham, Mr. Carl Croy Mrs George Toler Mr. George Toler nual banqueT aT which Time The seniors were honored. The officers for The year were Mr. Carl Croy, presidenT, Mr. George Toler, vice presidenfg Mrs. George Toler, sec- reTary, and Mrs. George Bishop, corre- sponding secrefary. Row I-G. M. Cunningham, Mrs. George Toler, Mrs. Oiis Riggs, Mrs. Otha Clary, Rev. Otha R. Clary. Row 2 Mr. Howard, Mrs. Howard, Mr. Harold W. Diuguid, Mrs. Harold W. Diuguid, Mrs. Edward Ellar, Mrs. Carl J. Lanigan, Mr. Carl J, Lanigan, Mrs. John Utrevis, Mrs. Ernest G. Oliver, Mr. Ernest G. Oliver. Row 3-Mrs. Harold Boell, Ralph Fluhart, Mrs. Ralph Fluhart, Orlo Ritchey, Mirs. C. F. McManus, Mrs. Carl Croy, Mrs. George Cunningham, Mrs. Arfhur Simpson, Mrs. Mildred Ashcraft, Mrs. W. A. White, Mrs. William Spurrier. Row 4-H. M. Boell, Mrs, Harold B. Hughes, .l. W. Van Voorhis, Mrs. Wallace Van Voorhis, Walter Grannon, Mrs. Walter Grannon, Harmon J. Orr, Mrs. Harmon J. Orr. Row 5-Myron A. Pearce, Carl Croy lpresidenll, Lawrence Baird, George Bishop, Narvea B. Hughes, C. R. Whitis, George H. Toler lvice presielentl, E. H. Cooper. lAll rows from right To left.l ' " A' 1 ' - QF 11, - , -?,v,,5f, ,ap .Q V - 545 2 -N w f ' f ' 3' ,.,,, 5 51.1, t v49gg?QL S?Qrsv4.. .s f10 , K ' . Q izfufl 11.12 'Ii' V f Fiji: X: ' , Q 3, A' ,.., f 4,,:.,1Ff .- .if .- .51 .fr ., 'X , ig.-,QQEA .I V - "1 1' . 4. ks My ,. lg A , z - 4515? X , - , 5' , 1 fgmb, f 'Q -. " '?A-ivs"1-1-1 , , 'W , Q--f ,-'l'f-ably! " 2 x -. f .,E'? ,z., jx, Q-M How can we ever for- get our wonderful mem- ories of Homecoming? Everyone worked so hard, remember, decorating ev- erything in red and white. And don't forget the pa- rade, the band, the Queen, the cheerleaders, and the flo a ts. Competition was keen in the float contest, but the Sophs came out on top, much to the sorrow of the Seniors. In all the sensation of the Homecom- ing, the game was almost forgotten. lll BUT, remember how cold iT was? Anol how could we forgeT "Big John L. MarTin" of Coshoc- Ton?. Oh, The sobs ThaT were heard when we losT The game. Our Theme "VicTory Is Our Cry" had failed us. The deTeaT didn'T seem To dampen Too many spiriTs, Though, for remember The Homecoming Dance? lang WW 7 fecynf 75a 7 3764? "Prulessor, How Could You?" On November 25 Thespians presented the play Professor, How Could You! by Anne Coulter Martens. Miss Dorothy McCord was the director. Members of the cast and characters they portrayed were as follows: Wil- liam Offenbaker, Boggins, Larry Green, Grandpa Perry, Margaret McGlone, Grandma Perry, Patricia Deenis, Vicky Randolph, Ronald Glover, John Appleby, James Cushman, Keats Perry, Carol Williams, Priscilla Morley, Marilyn Raison, Valerie Whitman, Jane Kraseman, Tootsie Bean, Gary Brookhart, Butcher Boy Bean, three young children, Cynthia Craig, Judy Kraseman, Tommy Kraseman. Joan Pickett was assistant director. dmc Each year after the Wildcat's regular bas- ketball season the state tournaments start out with a bang at NHS, for it is a time of no homework, heart failure, sleeping in study halls, loss of voice, and many other deserving reasons for the excitement dur- ing tournament time. School spirit is at the highest point and everyone backs the team, hoping that they will make the honored trip to Toledo for the regionals, which means a lot more fun. f4a4em5Zc24 Zaaiwz' Jemima fLisTed in order of appearance in top picture from left to rightj Boy Honor Student-John McDonald Outstanding Athlete-Marvin Smith Editor of Annual-Saundra Culp Editor of Reveille Qeview-James Wince Girl Honor Student-Beverly Chase President of Student Council-James Cushman President of Senior Class-Garry Wharton Sm. wgaww B F A E N S D T I V A L CONCERT CHOIR PROGRAM Under the direction of Wendell M. Jones, the Newark High School Concert Choir presented its thirteenth annual concert on May 5. The concert opened with "Now Let Every Tongue," Bach, and continued with "Almighty God of Our Fathers," James, "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms," Sho- walter-Bennett, a nd "Amen," Negro spiritual. Part ll of the program opened with the Dela- ware Festival Choir singing "Dark Water," James. Follow- ing were "Calon Lan," Hughes, "The Ash Grove," Marryott, "As I was Going to Banbury," Bennett. Next Mrs. Henry Esch, the former Ann Douglas of the class of 1943, sang "Pace, Pace Mio Dio" from La Forza del Destino, Verdi, "Comin' Thru the Rye," Ford, and "My Hero" from The Chocolate Soldier, Strauss. ln recognition of Ohio's ses- quicentennial, several numbers by Ohioans were presented. They were "The Lord's Prayer," Forsythe fCuyahoga Co u n tyl, "The Old Rugged Cross," Ben- nard KMahoning Countyj, "Morn- ing," Speaks fFranklin Countyj, "Down by the Old Mill Stream," Taylor fHancock Countyl, "Tell Me the Old, Old Story," Doane CHamilton Countyj, "Sweeter as the Years Go By," Morris fMor- gan Countyj, "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," Ball CCuyahoga Countyj, "Darling Nellie Grey," Hanby fFairfield Countyl, and "Dixie," Emmett CKnox Countyj. Singers of the various solos and ensembles were Jean Ramsey, Susan Cochran, Jane Miller, Ruth Nesbit, Henry Subora, James Dial, Frank Rauck, Andrew Hiner- man, and an ensemble of seniors. The choir returned to sing "Softly and Tenderly," Thompson fColumbiannaJ, "The Ohio Ca- nal," arranged by Beattie Chlor- walkj, "Benediction," Lutkin, and "Sevenfold Amen," Stai ne r. Chorus and alumni who came forward from the audience sang "Crimson and White," with words by Ava Ballou, an alumna of Newark High School. The pro- gram opened and closed with the theme song "ln Dear Ohio" Kernett CFranklin Countyh. Mr. Gordon Kingery served as ac- companist. 1953 BAND CONCERT The Newark High School Con- cert Band under the baton of Myron Pearce presented its an- nual series of three concerts. The first one was a matinee on April 8 for elementary and junior high school pupils. The others were played on the evenings of April 9 and 10. Daniel Stricker was master of ceremonies, Gerald Corbin student director, and Opal Gooden, Thomas Brannon, Judith Cunningham, and Gerald Cor- bin, featured soloists. The first part of the evening was given over to the Advanced Beginners Band the Intermediate Band, and the Junior High Band. The program of the Concert Band was as follows: a Spanish march, "Amparito Roca," Texidor, selections from The King and I, Rodgers, a trumpet trio, "Three Gaybrillos," Barnes, featuring Corbin, Brannon, and Gooden, a fantasy, "American Sailing Songs," Grundman, a piano number played by Judith Cun- ningham, accompanied by the band, "Repartee," Bennett, a march, "Skyways," Yoder, di- rected by Corbin, a suite entitled Four Episodes for Band, which include "Band," "Evening Song," "Waltz," and "Samba," Morris- sey, the concert march, "The World ls Waiting for the Sunrise," Alford, a fox trot, "Bamboula," Morrissey, a march featuring basses, "Them Basses" Huffine, and the concluding number, "Stars and Stripes Forever," Sousa. THE BAND FESTIVAL On May 1 and 2, 1953, the Newark High School Band acted as host to bands from Mansfield, Sandusky, Springfield, and Wash- ington C.H. for a band festival. Registrations were held during the morning of May 1 in the gymnasium. Housing was fur- nished to guests by parents of local band members. There was a mass-band rehearsal at White Field at 12:45. A recreation pe- riod followed at 4:00. Dinner was served to participants at 5:30 at the Central Church of Christ. At 8:00 Friday evening a con- cert was played under the baton of Charles Minelli of Ohio Uni- versity. Following the concert there was a military ball at the gymnasium. On Saturday morning at 9:30 there was a parade of all the bands past a reviewing stand on the Square. A short concert fol- lowed. 139 COMMENCEMENT Nature again bestowed her benediction on the proceed- ings at the annual commence- ment at White Field, June 4, 1953, by making her annual award of good weather for the ceremony. A class of 249 seniors were ushered to their 1 seats promptly at 6:15 by Bev- erly Chase and Patricia Deenis as the band, under the baton of Myron Pearce, played Elgar's "Pomp and Circumstancef' The Reverend Joseph B. Rosemurgy of the First Methodist Church invoked the blessing of God on the exercises. The invocation was followed by the band playing "Shalimar Overture," Buchtel. Dr. John L. Knight, president of Baldwin-Wallace College, delivered the address entitled "The Five Senses of Achievement." Paul B. Edwards, superintendent of schools, then presented the awards. Following these presentations, Stacy Conrad, president of the Board of Education, gave out the diplomas to the graduates. As customary he was assisted by Frew C. Boyd, princi- pal, and George Stoeckman, vice-principal. Mr. Rosemurgy pronounced the benediction. "Pomp and Circumstance" accompanied Newark's newest alumni from the field. As has become customary, Mr. Edwards recognized the National Honor Society, Student Council, and the several staffs of the Reveille annual. 1 BACCALAUREATE The annual baccalaureate service was held on the after- noon of Sunday, May 31, 1953, at two-thirty o'clock. Conducted by Patricia Deenis and Beverly Chase, the gradu- ating class filed to their seats to the music of "March Ro- maine," Gounod, played by the Newark High School En- semble, composed of selected members of the band, under the direction of My ron Pearce. The Reverend Dr. J. B. Rosemurgy of the First Methodist Church uttered the invocation. The Newark High School Choir, under the di- rection of Wendell M. Jones, sang "Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee," Bach, Following, Dr. Rosemurgy delivered the sermon entitled "Open Gates." The choir again sang, this time "My God and l," Sergei. Then Dr. Rosemurgy pronounced the benediction and the class left the high school auditorium to the accompaniment of the Gounod number. ACTION! Swim Zfacal ?Z4q THE PROM During The evening of May 16, iuniors, seniors, and Their guesTs aT- Tended The annual Prom. Music was furnished by Billy YaTes and his band. The Theme of The affair was an eve- ning in Paris. ArT work for The social evenT was creaTed by George Arens- berg. Garry Wharfon, presidenT of The iunior class, c r o w n e d Jacqueline Loughman queen of The Prom wiTh a crown of gardenias. ATTendanTs of The queen were Nancy Bair, Nancy HarT, Shirley Null, Shirley Meloy, and Jean Timson. Chairmen of The various commiTTees were G a r r y WharTon CexecuTiveJ, James Cushman ffoodb, George Arens- berg fdecorafionsl, William Rogers Iso- cialb, and Jack Southard fTickeTsJ. P. G. STeinberger was chief adviser. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Being given one evening only, The senior class play was presenTed on Fri- day evening, May 15, aT 8:15 in The school auditorium. The play was Mother ls a Freshman, by Raphael David Blan. Miss Joan PaTTon direcTed The presenTaTion, Winifred AusTin and Joann Markle assisTed. The casT in order of appearance was as follows: Susan Nelson, Doris Nel- son, Mrs. Abigail AbboTT, Marlene Reichley, Mrs. Miller, Carolyn Lucas, Sylvia, Lydia Oxley, Bunny, Lois Ann Bob, Helen, Helen MclnTosh, Carrie, Carole Richardson, Dean Gillingham, Thomas Leidy, Clara, Miriam Farmer, Bobo Jackson, Donald Riley, Jack, Rob- erT Lilly, Bill, Andrew Pryor, Howie, Kelly Goss, Marge, Marlene RecTor, Professor Michaels, David LisT. femdom-Sendcvz 77mm Queen AND HER counr 141 342212. ,nh-le, ,ug - , ,:' 21 Q.. .5-'ff ,AA:. V.-f Q Z' , 1 ,fi A1VA 1 H' - f . QQ - gf ,g, ' - 3 '- --W .. u f , ff! ' VA :A . .j,::.. 'Q' A '- Q: , 1,:. . r k J ' -I Wi f i-,f I ' , -,.,g5:.'f-V f 1 , Viifvwf Lrw fV 5 f. . :fQ ,ff , 2 . 3 '- if - I V 513 . I .,..:,, '.f,f,44-5,5 V- 2' ,Q I V. lf ' f 'smsfqgg-HV:-f1,?Q,.M1' -- f . . Q . .1-5-, . . LL L J -, V -ggvvf 3 ,I I. If jf,g,.-,4sag.g'Z. v,. rg ' ' - '1 ,153 , .' ' , ,7 5 V. , 2,4 7 t . , if 2 - Riff? , P' 1' , 11 2 1 we, ,..,,:,fLf " ' . .gh .4 1 A , x I . V ,,. :. 2 . ff' fiw FCOTBALL Row l-John McDonald, William Duffee, David Oder, Dan Evans, George Lohrman, Richard love, Timothy Rehbeck, Thomas Teuscher, Ronald McDonald, Joseph Bending, Samuel Shackleford. Row 2-Roman Maiersak, Robert Yost, Robert Teuscher, l.arry Woodruff, Charles Beach, Raymond Miller, Terry Powell, Thomas Church, Robert Strothers, George Duplefr Marvin Smith, Terry Nelson, Geoffrey Eriksen. Row 3-Eddie Allen, .Iames Allen, Lee Klein, Darwin Watson, Carl Reed, Donald Braunbeck, Ronald Glover, George Braught, John Clemmings, Roger Matthews, Paul Reed, Donald McVey, Joseph Carlo. iackrabbit when the East quarterback shouted for him to run. He outran the Columbus East A freak play caused the Newark Wild- cats to lose their 1953 football season opener, 13 to 12, to Columbus East at the White Field stad- ium, September 18. Newark came from behind a 7-point defi- cit at the half to take a 12-to-7 lead. Then came the play that will long be remembered. Roger Matthews kicked off to the East goal line after the second Newark score. Tim BENDING Blalock ot East re- ceived the ball. The Wildcats thought he had signaled for a fair catch and gathered around him. However, he scampered clown the field like a scared entire Newark team as he scored the winning touchdown. The Wildcats threatened the Co- lumbus East goal line several more times, but they were not able to push the ball across that magic line again. Newark co-captains Marvin Smith and Rog- er Matthews both scored in the third quarter. Matthews's ex- tra-point tries were CHURCH both unsuccessful. Both men paced the Wildcats . Newark .................... O 0 12 0-12 Columbus East .......... O 7 0 6-13 Columbus North The Newark Wildcats lost their s ec o n d straight game of the i953 football season by dropping a 13-to-7 decision to Columbus North at Columbus on September 25. All the scoring of the game was done in the first quarter, both teams missing good opportunities later in the game to score additional touchdowns. Newark's score was a pass play from Marvin Smith to Tim Rehbeck. The Newark offense was sparked by Tim Rehbeck, Marvin Smith, and Roger Matthews. Matthews kicked the conver- sion after the touch- down. However, the defensive play of New- ark was the highlight of the game. Sam Shackelford, Ron Mc- Donald, and Paul Reed stood out on defense. SMITH Newark ,,,,,....... 7 0 0 0- 7 Columbus North 13 0 O 0-13 Chillicothe A thrilling 76-yard return of a pass interception in the final 24 seconds of play climaxed Newark's initial C.O.L. victory over Chillicothe at the Cavalier field on October 2. The only score of the game was in these fading seconds. The Chillicothe quarterback faded back to pass and Sam Shackelford charged in and c hit the passer. Bob Yost knocked the ball from his hands and into the hands of Darwin Watson. Watson outran the entire Cava- lier team to the goal line. How- ever, both teams produced a great number of fumbles. The victory was the first for the Newark Felines of the 1953 foot- ball season. Newark was held to net yards gained of minus one yard. Bob Yost, Sam Shackelford, MATTHEWS DUPLER and Darwin Watson played an outstanding line game. Newark ,,.,..,...,. O 0 0 7-7 Chillicothe c ...,... o 0 0 o-0 Cambridge N e w a r k H i g h School's Wildcats gained a 13-to-12 nerve-wrecking victory o v e r Cambridge at White Field, Friday night, October 9. The victory was Newark's second con- secutive C.O.L. win. Newark opened the scoring with less than four minutes gone in the first quarter. Roger Mat- thews scored the first touchdown by plunging through the center of the line. He also added the game deciding extra ' point after the touch- down. The second Wildcat s co r e was a beautiful pass from Chick Beach to Jeff Ericksen, who carried the ball over for the touchdown. Matthews' second placement was wide. , The Newsday' ERIKSEN i used a new formation, the split-T, for the first REHBECK time, and this amounted to a surprise to Cambridge, because, not expecting this type of offense, they were caught off guard. . Newark .......... ........ 7 6 0 0 -13 Cambridge .... ........ 6 A 0 6' 0 -12 Marietta The Carlomen lost their first C.O.L. game by a score of 20 to 13 to the Marietta Tigers, at'Mari- etta, October 16. t By virtue of the win over New- ark the Tigers took over undisput- ed first place -in theVC.O.L. The loss was more than an ordinary defeat because Newark lost the services of Richard Love, a iunior lineman. He received a broken arm when he tried to stop a line plunge by Tom Skipton of Mari- etta. Prior to his in- iury, he had played outstanding football. After spotting the Tigers a 6-to-0 lead, the Wildcats bounced back with two touch- downs by Marvin Smith and a placement by Roger Matthews to take a 13-to-6 lead. The Marietta team tied up the score at I3-all before the half. Marietta fought back and scored another touchdown before the third quarter ended. Both Newark touchdowns were scored by Marvin Smith,and all three Marietta touchdowns were scored by Tom Skipton. However, Chick Beach and Marvin Smith's running gave Marietta a double headache all night. P. REED Newark ,,,,...,,, 0 13 O O-13 Marietta ,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 7 0-20 Zanesville Newark celebrated its first victory over a Zanesville team since 1948 when the 'Cats A defeated the Blue Dev- ils 14 to 6 before a Mother's Night crowd of 5,000 fans at White Field, October 23. A defensive stand in the final quarter proved the turning point for Newark in the game. With Newark leading 7 to 6, a great goal-line stand by the 'Cats kept Zanesville from winning. The first Newark score was a pass from Chick Beach to Darwin Watson. Matthews kicked the ex- tra point. The second score was a 34-yard run by Marvin Smith, Matthews again kicked the extra point. The Newark team thus got revenge for Zanesville's 40-to-7 victory over the locals last year. WATSON The win was entirely a team victory. Newark .....,. ,,,,.s,,, 0 7 O 7-14 Zanesville .. ...,,.,.. 6 0 O O- 6 Dover lniuries and illness played the biggest part in Newark's 6-to-O loss at Dover, October 29. Not only were the Wildcats slowed down by iniuries and illness, but they became the victims of a bad case of fumbles on the muddy Dover gridiron. Although the Wildcats failed to score, they pushed the Tor- nadoes all over the field and outplayed Dover the entire game. The Dover score was the result of a bit of luck. They scored on a pass play that was partially broken up, but the ball landed in the hands of a Dover receiver. This was the second 1 league loss of the 1953 season. BRAUGHT Newark. ..,........... 0000-0 Dover ................ 0 0 6 O-6 Lancaster Newark's pig-skin ensemble won a 7-to- 6 victory over Lancas- ter at White Field, November 6. This con- test marked the Fe- Iine's fourth league win of the 1953 season and continued them in a three- way tie for second place in the C.O.L. Lancaster initiated the scoring early in the first quarter. Then in the third quarter, Chick Beach scored Newark's touchdown on an eight-yard run. Roger Matthews, Ron McDonald, Jack Weisant, and Carl Reed played great defensive football. NELSON Newark ....,......, .... ,.... . .. ,. 0 O 7 0 - 7 Lancaster ..... ..... . .. 6 0 0 0 - 6 Coshocton Coshocton High School's Red- skins scalped Newark's Wildcats 13 to O before a homecoming crowd of 2,100 at White Field, November 13. This was the final game of the 1953 football season for the Wildcats. The Newark team was a victim of bad breaks, fumbles, and John L. Martin, who scored both Coshocton touchdowns. Newark had good opportun- ities but just couldn't push the ball across the goal line. Coach Carlo used all of the seniors on the squad during the game. The Newark offense was paced by the running of Marvin Smith, Roger Matthews, and Chick Beach. POWELL Newark ....,. ..,,,,,, 0 O O O- O Coshocton ...... ,,,,,,,, 7 O 0 6- 13 Football Summation The Newark High School Wildcats opened the 1954 foot- ball season with a small but scrappy team. Although the season's reco rd was not too impressive, the aggregation gained valuable experience, which should help them next year. Nevertheless, the glory of the season was the Carlomen's 14-to-6 defeat of their arch-rival, the Zanesville Blue Devils. The 'Cats displayed fine spirit in overcoming a 6-to-0 deficit at half- time "to win going away." This vic- tory was the first over Zanesville since 1948. The Crimson and White ended the season with a C.O.L. record of four wins and three losses. They had an over- all record of four wins and five defeats. The Marietta Tigers won the C.O.L. by turning in an R. TEUSCHER undefeated season. ln post-season honors, Mar- vin Smith and Paul Reed both earned berths on the All-C.O.L. KLEIN offensive first team. Darwin Watson, Roger Matthews, a n d S a m Shackelford received honorable mention. At the football ban- quet at the end of the season, Marvin Smith received a trophy for being the most out- standing senior on the squad. The trophy was presented by Joe Carlo, the coach. Paul Reed received the most valuable lineman award from the Phi Sigma Chi fraternity. On the basis of grading as revealed from films of the games, the following boys earned gold footballs: Roger Matthews, offensive back, Carl Reed, defensive back, Paul Reed, of- 1 fensive lineman, Jo- seph Bending, defens- ive lineman. Varsity letters were presented to Carl Reed, Paul Reed, Marvin Smith, Roger Matthews, Tim Rehbec k, Robert Teuscher, Tom Teusch- er, Joseph Bending, Lee Klein, Darwin Wat- son, George Braught, David Oder, Tom Church, Raymond Mil- ler, Jack Weisant, Sam Shackelford, Charles Beach, John Clemmings, Ronald McDonald, Terry Powell, Robert Yost, Terry Nelson, George Dupler, Richard Love, Geoffrey Eriksen, and Managers Curtis Roberts and John McDonald. Seniors graduating from this year's squad were Marvin Smith, Paul Reed, Roger Matthews, Rob- ert Teuscher, Joseph Bending, George Braught, David Oder, Thomas Church, Robert Yost, Ter- ry Nelson, George Dupler, Geof- frey Eriksen, and senior manager John McDonald. Spring football practice began March 15, 1954, with 64 men re- porting. Three practice games were played: Two with Hilliards, and one with Olentangy. LOVE SHACKELFORD I McDONAlD CLEMMINGS T TEUSCHER DUFFEE C. REED Football Scoreboard Newark ,,,A..... ....,,,, 1 2 Columbus East Newark .,,.,,,,. ........ 7 Columbus North Newark ...v,.,., ,,...,,, 7 Chillicothe ,.,,,,,. Newark ,........ ..,..... l 3 Cambridge .... Newa rk .,.,.,,, ....,,,, 'I 3 Marietta ....... Newark ,,,,,,,,, ........ 1 4 Zanesville ........ Newark ......... ,,,.,,.. O Dover .......... - Newark ,,,,,... ,A..,,.. 7 Lancaster .... Newark ,,.,..... ........ 0 Coshocton ,,.... BASKETBALL Row 1-James Walton, Ralph Franklin, Thomas Cash, James Bair, Philip Wilkins, Marvin Smith, Charles Beach, Thomas Trimble. Row 2-Robert Strother, Robert Cain, Frank Tomlinson, Mr. Maxwell Kipp Douglas, Donald Brown, Ronald Glover Roger Matthews. Columbus West. Seven Ties featured' The 1953-1954 basketball opener in The Newark gym on November 27 when Max Dauglas's Wild- cats lassoed The Co- lumbus West Cowboys by a score of 59 To 53. The second frame presented five of the Ties: 20-20, 23-23, 25- 25, 27-27, and 30-30. ln The Third The score was Tied again, 39 To 39, and in The fourth, 43 To 43. Starters for The season were Mar- vin Smith and Roger Matthews, forwards, Frank Tomlinson, Newark's only six-fooT- er, center, and Thomas Cash and Philip Wilkins, guards. Tomlinson with 18, Cash with 15, Wilkins with 11, and Smith with 10 were The double-column scorers. SMITH Newark ....Y,Y.,,YY,,,.,.,,.,...... 15 31 41 59 Columbus West ..,...,....... 13 30 39 53 Mt. Vernon Despite a see-saw battle all The way, The Newark Wildcats pulled one out of The fire To de-sting The MT. Vernon Yellow Jackets To The swatting score of 58 To 46. Two of Newark's players, Tomlinson and Smith, entered The double- column scoring with 22 points and 15 points, respectively. AT The end of The first quarter The 'Cats , were behind To The 1 Tune of a 13-to-10 lead by The Jackets. How- ever, The second frame saw Newark with a 28-To-27 advantage. ln This frame The Jackets led with a three-point advantage when the 'Cats broke into a five-point scoring spree To create The deciding Tallies for that quarter. The Third frame saw The 'Cats score 20 points To MT. Vernon's Two fielclers. WILKINS At the end of the third period Newark led 48 to 31. Entering the final period with a 17- point lead, the 'Cats quickly racked up seven more points to bring the score to 55 to 35 for the 'Cats. Midway in the period Coach Douglas flooded the gym with substitutes. Thus every Newark man 1 played against the Jackets. T h e g a m e w a s played on the 'Cat court on Tuesday, De- cember 1. Newark ,,,,,,,, 10 28 48 58 Mt. Vernon D13 27 31 46 Cambridge The Newark Wildcats, in search of their third consecutive vic t o r y, a were ahead for the TOMLINSON first few minutes of the first stanza, but they lost to Cambridge by a score of 62 to 49. Newark took a 4-to-O lead before Cambridge started tallying, however, when the Bobcats started scoring, the 'Cats couldn't stop them. Randy Tarrier, Cambridge center, scored 15 points in the first half and 16 more in the final half for a grand total of 31, more than half of the e n t i r e Bobcat score. Tomlinson and Mat- thews, the only New- ark players to enter the double - column scoring, got 21 and 10 points respectively. T h i s g a m e w a s played at Cambridge CASH on Friday, December 4, at McMahon Gym- nasium. Newark ,...... ................ 1 2 21 35 49 Cambridge ........ ....... 1 7 35 43 62 Zanesville Dropping their second consecutive C.O.L. contest, the 'Cats were defeated in their fourth game by the Blue Devils of Zanesville on the Devils' floor on De- cember 11 by a score of 56 to 63. The game was a see-saw affair until midway in the fourth quarter when the Wildcats stumbled and couldn't regain their bal- ance. Newark took a five-point lead, 12 to 7, in the early minutes of the first canto. Zanesville led 18 to 14 at the end of the first chapter. In the opening minutes of the second stanza the 'Cats pulled within one point of the Devils, but at the half the Devils led 36 to 30. The 'Cats sparked a spirited rally in the third quarter and led at the end of the stanza 46 to 44. However, the fourth chapter proved fatal to the 'Cats when the Blue Devils put on a tight all -floor press. The Devils pulled ahead and the 'Cats could never catch up. Tomlinson a n d C ai n were high scorers for Newark with 17 and 12 points respectively. Newark ,,,,, N14 30 46 56 Zanesville ,,,, 18 36 44 63 Marietta On December 18 Coach Douglas's Wildcats won their first C.O.L. game of the season by defeating the Marietta Rivertowners by a score of 70 to 56. Using a two-platoon system for the first time, Douglas pressed Mari- etta all the way. The score was tied three times: 28 to 28 in the second, and 44 to 44 and 48 to 48 in the third. Players breaking into the dou- ble column were Tom- linson with 20, Mat- thews with 18, Cash with 15, and Wilkins with 10. Newark ........ 18 35 50 70 Marietta ........ 11 32 48 56 MATTHEWS Coshocton The Newark Wildcats, CAIN bringing home a nice Christmas present for Coach Douglas, won their first road game of the season at Coshocton, December 22, by the score of 78 to 73, to even their C.O.L. record at two and two. The referees had a grand night for calling personal fouls, the Redskins were charged with 29 and Newark with 21. With the score 12-all, a run of seven points gave the 'Cats a 19-to-16 lead at the end of the first stanza. The Redskins rode again in the second quarter to round up 26 points to the 'Cats 18 to lead at half-time 42 to 37. With the score at 57 to 55 in favor of the Braves, the 'Cats staged an eight-point rally HELMICK FRANKLIN STROTHERS that the Braves couldn't match. The 'Cats led 67 to 59 entering the final pe- riod and went on to win 78 to 73. The total of 151 points between New- ark and Coshocton is believed to be a new record for two Central Ohio League teams. Newark .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,..,.. 1 9 37 67 78 Cos hocton .. ,...,.... 16 42 59 73 Lancaster In the senior high school gymnasium on December 29, the Newark Wildcats were squeezed by the Lancaster Golden Gales by a score of 63 to 60. Newark started off well and were ahead 13 to 11 at the end of the first stanza, how- ever, the Golden Gales managed to breeze by the 'Cats, and at the end of the second quarter the Gales were ahead by a count of 29 to 26. Twice in the third quarter the 'Cats narrowed the count to one point, but the Gales wafted them back and the 'Cats could never get ahead. Entering the fourth quarter the Gales had a four-point advantage with the score of 41 to 37 and they held the same advantage all the way through to the end of the contest. Frank Tomlinson, highest scorer for Newark, led the attack with 22 points, Smith and Wilkins were next with 11 and 10 points respectively. Newark ,,,...,,,.,,,,,,,.,..,,,,.,, 1 3 26 37 60 Lancaster ,...,,,...,,...v,.....,,,, 1 1 29 41 63 Chillicothe The Newark Wildcats bowed to the classy Cavaliers of Chillicothe, January 8, in the senior high gymnasium to the polite score of 60 to 43. The Cavaliers led at end of every quarter. At the first the score was 23 to 14, at the second 38 to 29, and at the third 50 to 36. Cash and Matthews led the Newark scoring column with 12 and 11 points respectively. Newark .,,,..,..........,,.,..,.... 1 4 29 36 43 Chillicothe ...... ......... 2 3 38 50 60 Dover Newark's Wildcats rallied twice for 12 points at Dover January 9 to defeat the Crimson Tornados 66 to 40. The 'Cats took nearly two periods to get organized but came out on top. The Tornados led most of the first period, but the 'Cats came through and held a 13-to-11 edge at the first stanza closed. ln the second canto the 'Cats staged a run of 12 consecutive points and led at half-time 29 to 21. Again in the third quarter Newark rallied for 12 points to cement the contest. The 'Cats led as the final period began 46 to 26. Matthews parted the nets to give the 'Cats 19 points and head the scoring column of both teams. Captain Marvin Smith added 15, while Cash and Frank- lin each hit for 10. Newark .,...,............. - ....... 1 3 29 46 66 Dover ..,...,....... ..,...,.. 1 1 21 26 40 Cambridge The underdog Wildcats of Newark ex- ploded a bombshell in defeating the favored Cambridge Bobcats January 15 on the victor floor to the ripping score of 47 to 46 in an overtime period. The Douglasmen led at all period- stops, but the Bobcats came through to lie the score at 42-all to take the game into a "fifth quarter." The 'Cats led at the first period 11 to 7, at the second, 27 to 17, and at the third, 33 to 31. Tomlinson and Matthews led the New- l BAIR BEACH BROWN ark scoring column with 14 and 13 points respectively. Newark ....,,.....,.....,.. 1 1 27 33 42 47 Cambridge ..,...........,. 7 17 31 42 46 Mt. Vernon The Newark Wildcats came from be- hind, January 16, at Mt. Vernon, to swat the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets to the stinging score of 59 to 54 in an over- time game. The 'Cats were behind at all the quar- ter-stops, but came through to tie the count and went on to win in an over- time period. The Newarkers were be- hind at the end of the first canto 10 to 7, at the end of the second 28 to 23, and at the end of the third 38 to 37. The Douglasmen tied the score on a field goal by Franklin and went on to win on a field goal and two free throws by Franklin. Tomlinson Smith, Cash, and Mat- thews led the Newark scorers with 14, 12, 11, and 10 points respectively. Newark .......,............ 7 23 37 52 59 Mt. Vernon ............., 10 28 38 52 54 Zanesville The Newark Wildcats won their third consecutive overtime game, January 22, on the senior high gymnasium floor when they defeated the Zanesville Blue Devils by a score of 56 to 53. Newark led at all of the rest periods except the first, when they were loe- hind 14 to 11. The 'Cats led at the sec- ond canto 27 to 21, at the third 37 to 35, and were tied at the end of the fourth 50-all to go into an overtime. Three Newark players entered the double scoring column: Tomlinson had 24, .while Matthews and Smith got 11 and 13 respectively. Newark .................... 11 27 37 50 56 Zanesville . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 14 21 35 50 53 Marietta The Newark Wildcats ended their four-game winning streak as the Mari- etta Rivertowners drowned them, Jan- uary 29, on the victor's floor to the blue score of 58 to 51. Newark led only once, which was late in the first period, but Marietta tied the score at 11-all as the quarter ended. The Rivertowners finished the following rest periods, odds in their favor. The second ended 20 to 24, the third 44 to 32. The Tigers went on to win 58 to 51. Gene Helmick, a 6-5 senior, who was eligible for his first game of the '53-'54 season, scored 10 points. Smith, Cash, and Tomlinson each scored 12. Newark ............................ 1 1 20 32 51 Marietta ......... ...... 1 1 24 44 58 Coshocton The Douglasmen of Newark High scored an impressive victory over the Co- shocton Redskins, February 5, on the home floor to the war-chanting tune of 64 to 49. . The Redskins led at the end of the first period 14 to 13, but the 'Cats bounced back to lead at half-time 31 to 21. The 'Cats continued to move ahead and at the end of the third stanza led 47 to 34. Smith, Helmick, Cash, and Wilkins paced the Newark victory with ll, 11, 14, and 19 points respectively. Newark ............... - ........... 13 31 47 64 Coshocton ............... - ....... 14 21 34 49 Lancaster The Newark Wildcats lost a thriller February 12, on the Lancaster hardwood to the Lancaster Golden Gales by the score of 67 to 65. The Gales led at all the quarter stops by the scores of 22 to 14, 33 to 26, 51 to 48, and 67 to 65. Tomlinson led the 'Cats scorers with 19 and Matthews and Smith followed up with 14 points each. Tom Cash, senior starting guard for the Wildcats, suffered a painful dislo- cated shoulder in a collison with Paul Arledge of Lancaster in the final mo- ments of the first period, which may re- move him from the sport for the re- mainder of the season. Newark ,,,,,.,...,...,,.,,,.,,,,,,. 14 26 48 65 Lancaster A,,,, -. 22 33 51 67 Bexley The Newark Wildcats won from the Bexley Lions, February 13, on the New- ark High School gymnasium floor, to the ripping score of 50 to 38. The Lions led at the end of the first period 7 to 5, at the end of the second 14 to 13, but the 'Cats came bouncing back to tie the score 31-all entering the final frame. Marvin Smith and Frank Tomlinson each got 12 points and Gene Helmick got 14 to pace the Newarkers. Coach Douglas said Tom Cash would be out of uniform for at least the next two weeks because of a dislocated shoulder that he received in a game at Lancaster. Newark ..,.. ..., 5 13 31 50 Bexley ,......... .... 7 14 31 38 Chillicothe The Newark Wildcats' dream of an upset win over Chillicothe's Cavaliers ended in bitter defeat, February 19 on the Chillicothe floor, to the polite score of 67 to 51. The 'Cats were behind the entire game. Chillicothe led at the end of the first canto 15 to 7, at the half- time 34 to 20, and at the third rest pe- riod 52 to 32. Coach Douglas started a new com- bination using Wilkins and Tomlinson at the guard positions, Smith and Mat- thews at forward, and Helmick at cen- ter, but the change didn't seem to worry the Cavaliers at all. Smith got 15 markers and Tomlinson 12 to pace the Newark scorers. Newark .,.,,.........,..,.,........ 7 20 32 51 Chillicothe ,,,, ,,.,.... 1 5 34 52 67 Dover Newark ended its regular basketball season with a thumping victory over Dover on the local gymnasium floor, February 26. The game was featured by the 30 points racked up by Helmick during play. Dover got off to a two- point lead in the opening moments in the contest, but Newark fired up and never was in ieopardy again. Frank Tomlinson with 12 was the only other 'Cat to land in the double-digit column. Newark .,,.., ,,.,.. 1 6 34 55 67 Dover .....,,,,.,............,.,...,,, 4 14 34 47 W Basketball Scoreboard Newark ..,................... 59 Columbus West Newark .,,.,,.., ......... 5 8 Mt. Vernon ...... Newark ........., ,.,...... 4 9 Cambridge ..,... Newark. ...,,.... ......,.. 5 6 Zanesville ..... Newark ....,..... .....,... 7 O Marietta ...., Newark, ....,,.,. ......... 7 8 Coshocton . Newark ..... ..... .......... 6 0 Lancaster .,,..., Newark ....,.. -. ........,. 43 Chillicothe Newark ..,..,.., .......... 4 7 Cambridge ... Newark ......,.. .......... 5 9 Mt. Vernon Newark .......... ...,.,..., 5 1 Marietta Newark ..,....... .......... 6 4 Coshocton , Newark ......,... .......... 6 5 Lancaster Newark .....,.... ,.......,. 5 O Bexley ,.,..,, Newark .... ,..... .......... 5 1 Chillicothe Newark ...,,.,... .......... 6 7 Dover ....... TOURNAMENT Newark. ......... ,..,...... 6 8 Westerville .,... . Newark ...........,.,,........ 60 Columbus East Newark .,............ ,...,.... . 59 Columbus South Dtstrict: Columbus South Regional: Columbus South State: Hamilton Public BASKETBALL SUMMATION The fighting undersized Wildcats of 1953-1954 left a very good record of 11 wins and seven losses for posterity to shoot at during the past season. Gene Helmick, a six-foot-plus asset, ioined the squad at the start of the sec- ond semester. After the regular season, the district tournament got under way in Columbus. The 'Cats defeated Westerville and Co- lumbus East before bowing out very honorably to Columbus South in a very tight game. South went on to win the district and regional championships. Seniors who graduated this year were Phil Wilkins, Gene Helmick, Marvin Smith, Frank Tomlinson, Roger Matthews, Tom Cash and Robert Cain. Wilkins, Smith, Tomlinson, Matthews, and Cash were the big guns in this year's squad with the able assistance from Helmick, after the first semester, and Cain, an all-round substitute. This year's basketball banquet, in hon- or of Coach Douglas and his spunky Wildcats, was held at the Central Church of Christ, April 1. During post-season post mortems, Frank Tomlinson was nominated for the first team for All-C.O.L., and Tomlinson and Helmick were nominated for the All- Central District Tournament team. TRACK Row I-William Wright, Robert Strother, Timothy Rehbeck, Ralph Franklin, James Cashdollar, Curtis Roberts. Row 2 Leonard Klein, Raymond Wagers, Robert Yost, .lack Nelson, Raymond Miller, Geoffrey Eriksen, .lack Weisant. Row 3-Lee Slaughter, Donald Flowers, Richard Horky, Chalmers Stoneburner, Donald Brown, Robert Cain, Marvin Smith, Darwin Watson Lancaster The Newark High School thinclads of Paul Harlow got oft to a late start in the spring of l953, but they took advan- tage ot the longer EEZ ii".3:E5 period of preparation to down the Golden Gales of Lancaster and 7 the Tigers of Circleville 'lf' in a triangular meet at F' North Field, April 21. MH , 2 The Harlowmen won eleven of the fourteen events to earn 106 points to Lancaster's 53 and Circle- ville's 44. Chalmer Stoneburner captured the l2O highs and tied 'Cat Don Flowers in the high jumps. ln addition to tying the high iump, F in the broad I won both the lowers tied Marvin Smith ump. Geottrey Eriksen 100 yard dash and the 220. Marvin Smith tied Flower s in the , broad iump and ran ' anchor on the winning 880-yard relay and mile relay teams. Richard :.,: Wi SSW Horky copped the dis- 3? i 3? T W 5 .. .. REHBECK . . cus while Robert Yost too k the 180 lows. Charles Beach of New- ark tied Bircher of Circleville for the pole vault. The 880 team was composed of Smith, Rehbeck, Strothers, and Eriksen. The mile relay listed Smith, Miller, Cain, and Slaughter. Columbus East Newark's tracksters ate dust stirred up by the Tigers from Co- lumbus East when they lost the dual meet to Columbus 79 173 to 38 273. The affair ERIKSEN was held at White Field, April 23. "Sonny" Stoneburner captured the 120 highs, while "Jeff" Eriksen copped the 220. Darwin Watson won the shot for the Wildcats. Lee Slaughter took a first in the 440-yard dash. Lancaster Newark's fleetfeet made a little dust of their own at White Field, April 28, when they took every event except the mile run away from the Lancaster Gold- en Gales in their sec- ond meeting of the ,1 , A q':::5,, year. Harlow's Cat- men smothered the A 1 Gales 94 to 24. , llll H Yost won the 120 QSWAQ6, if highs and 180 lows. ' A ,:,:Q Eriksen collected the 'mn mm 100 and 220 dashes. 0 M MILLER If Beach and Franklin of Newark and Combs of Lancaster vaulted a three-way tie in the pole vault. Horky captured the discus while Watson copped the shot. Stoneburner won the high lump. Slaughter took the 440, while Cain claimed the 880. Smith cap- tured the broad jump. Newark's 880- yard relay team of Smith, Strothers, Rehbeck, and Ericksen captured a first as did the 'Cat mile-relay aggre- gation of Smith, Rehbeck, Cain and Slaughter. '-" " ,gg,,. A Columbus South Columbus South left A Q ..'. . . a cloud of dust In its .1 .,.. zz ' lzl' 1 ke to take a dual .f WAI? Wa - nullv Vugq meet from the Newark uaiasauaai Wildcats by the score " 'iff of 65 to 53 on the YDS, South c i n d e r track, May 1. Slaughter won rho 440, Yost the 180 VIII lows, Cain the 880, " "' ,, ,. .. .. . as W . Q.. 35 tif Q Watson the shot put, 1 r. 'gi-'Wage . Horky the discus, and Flowers and Stone- , burner in a tie for the ,- high iump. The mile 'lm 535991 relay team of Smlllt, STQNEBURNER Rehbeck, Eriksen, and Stoneburner also won. Marion Harding Paul Harlow's thinclads lost their third dual meet to Marion Harding, May 5, at Marion by a score of 74 to 44. Newark won only four first places. Smith, Reh- beck, Strothers, and Eriksen won the 880 relay, Smith, Strothers, Rehbeck, and Slaughter took the mile relay, Slaughter captured the 440, Yost, the 180 lows, and Watson, the ' '..' shot, C- 0- L- On May 8, in Mari- QSSWAK? etta, Ohio, Newark W ended the Rivertown- swam ers' six-year reign as cAlN C.O.L. track and field champs by winning the interschool meet 79 to Marietta's 70. Chillicothe took third spot with 57 points while Lancaster brought up the rear with 10. Harlow's thinclads won seven first, three seconds, five thirds, three fourths, and five fifths. Eriksen won the 100-yard dash and the 220 on a muddy track. Smith won the broad lump. The mile relay team composed of Smith, Rehbeck, Weisant, and Slaughter won its event. Horky if miss scream V M 0 f . to 3 ,s In . so ' ' ' " " Q 1 .zt , 'Z.,..f...,.XX 'j,,Ig.... ' " 4' M-is .. . ..,, , .,. 3 zz Y- A-E' B 5. STROTHERS won the discus throw. The 880 relay team of Smith, Rehbeck, Stroth- ers, and Eriksen took a first. Slaughter wo n the 440. One new record was was set when Wayne Stevens of Chillicothe leaped six feet, two inches to set a new mark and break that of Harry Fitzgerald of Marietta who leaped six feet even in 1948. Columbus West The Cowboys from Columbus West lassoed Newark to 65 to 56 in Colum- bus on May 14. Slaughter won the 440. Eriksen took the 100-yard dash and the 220-yard dash. Yost earned a first in the 180 lows. Rehbeck, Miller, and Eriksen of the 880 copped a first, while Rehbeck, Miller, Smith, and Slaughter of the mile relay did likewise. Smith did likewise. Smith also captured a first in the broad iump. ,IE Q Eriksen and Slaugh- V ter qualified to go to A i5WM5,.g... the state meet when Eriksen won the 440- 5 iiin 1 ' " yard dash in 53.3 sec- KLEIN onds while Slaughter ran a third in the Cen- tral District Class A Meet. Because of three inches of water on the track, Eriksen did not run his special events, the 100 and 220. The mile and 880 relay teams also qualified for the state. The mile was composed of Eriksen, Slaughter, Rehbeck, and Smith, the 880, Slaughter, Eriksen, Miller, and Rehbeck. The meet was held on May 15 and 16 at Ohio Wesleyan University in Dela- ware. Columbus East won the meet with a score of 45 33f7O. Columbus South was second with 27W, Worth- ington third with 27 2f7, Columbus Central fourth with 24 27f35, Colum- bus West fifth with 25 2f7, and New- ark sixth with 23. it State Slaughter, S m i t h, S Cain, and Eriksen com- posed the mile relay WAR team that took third place in the Class A - zg- if .'EJ"1E1::QE: Meet, in CO' lumbus at the Ohio State University on May 23. This meet finished the 1953 sea- son for the Newark High School thinclad Wildcats. TRACK SUMMATION wAtsoN Newark's track sea- son began later than usual in the spring of 1953, on April 21. The big news of the season, however, was the 'Cats' winning the C.O.L. meet, thereby end- ing the six-year hold Marietta had had on the event. Newark also earned a sixth in the District meet at Delaware and sent its mile-relay team to the State. The team included Lee Slaughter, Mar- vin Smith, Robert Cain, and Geoffrey Eriksen. Seniors on the team were Donald Flowers, Richard Horky, Jack Nelson, and Chalmers Stoneburner. i WAGERS ROBERTS 1 siwf-if f lr :-:. I.. Sfmfrfxi WEISANT , ,..,.,. .:,.,,..... . WM. ., - 7 452. S.. ' :ft ' ' Q 'WWA ff. ' " 19115880--' ' SLAUGHTER FRANK'-lN 5 5 its . BASEBALL Row 1-Phil Wilkins, Donald Roderick, Robert Powe, Robert Denner, Robert Morrison, Robert Hahn, Robert Mann James Walton. Row 2-Jerry Crossmock, Roger Matthews, Robert Cole, Frank Tomlinson, Richard Cartnal, Donald Young Larry Jacobs, Thomas Kirk, Wayne Brown. MATTHEWS MANN HAHN Lancaster Opening The 1953 season at White Field under a canopy ot threatening clouds, April 17, The hardballers ot Coach A. B. Long defeated the Golden Gales from Lancaster ll to 6. ln 40- degree Temperature Pitcher Richard Cart- nal gave up six hits only, and whammed a double in The Third inning. Thomas Kirk, shortstop, collected a single, dou- ble, and Triple in Three Trips to the plate. Kirk got The only home run ot The game. An outstanding play of The con- test occurred in The top ot The first inning when Right Fielder Robert Mann of The 'Cats tossed out Mclnturf of the Gales at home plate on a perfect Throw To Catcher Roger Matthews. Phillip Wil- kins, Matthews, and Cartnal got one hit each, Robert Man, Two, and Kirk, three. Cartnal was The winning pitcher. Lancaster .,,,,...............,,,, 0004002-6 6 5 Newark ....,, ....,... 3 4300l"-'ll 8 6 THIRD IN STATE Mt. Vernon A. B. Long's Wai- cats lost their first game in two starts to the Yellow Jackets from Mt. Vernon on April 21 by a score of 8 to 4. Long's Fe- lines were unable to get at Pitcher Robin- son's slow ball and YOUNG committed ten errors to cap their downfall. The last half of the first inning was New- ark's best when eight men faced the pitch- er to deliver three runs. Robert Denner placed a double deep in center that brought in Catcher Matthews. Matthews had I reached base as the result of a single in addition to a double by Shortstop Kirk. Robert Morrison had crossed home plate on Kirk's two-base sock shortly before Denner's blow. In the first a double play from Pitcher Duane Cole to Denner at third kept the Jackets from scoring more than their one. Mann raced home from third on a double steal in the sixth. KIRK Matthews got three hits, Wilkins, Kirk, Mann, and Cole one each. Cole was the losing pitcher. Mount Vernon ,,,,,,,.,,,, I 301 021- 8 8 3 Newark ...... .......... 3 000010-4810 Coshocton With bases loaded by Newark in the seventh, Coshocton's Bud Wise settled down to pull the game out of the fat for the Redskins by a score of 2 to I. Both Matthews and Kirk hit fly balls to end the inning. This was propably the most tense inning in the third game of the Wildcat season, played at White Field on April 24. Although Cartnal was the losing hurler, he pitched an outstanding game nonetheless by not issuing a first- base pass. Phil Wilkins got two hits for the Long- men, Mann, Matthews, Kirk, and Cartnal, one apiece. Newark's lone run came in the sixth when Matthews doubled down the right-field line and then moved to third on Kirk's single to left. Don Young then reached first on a fielder's choice when Corder elected unsuccessfully to stop Matthews during his trip from third to home plate. Coshocton ...................... 0000020-2 7 2 Newark... ...................... oooooio-161 Lancaster Newark bounced back into the win column on April 28 to defeat Lancaster a second time - this time 4 to 2 on the Miller Park diamond at Lancaster. Gene Helmick was the win- ing pitcher. R o g e r Matthew's single in the top of the ninth drove in Wilkins and Helmick, who had been given CROSSMOCK bases on balls, gave the 'Cats the decision over the Golden Gales. Newark's oth- er two runs came about when, in the sixth, Kirk doubled, took third on a wild pitch, and scored on Wendell Jacobs's sin- gle past second, and when, in the seventh, Wilkins and Morrison JACOBS DISTRICT CHAMPS received walks followed by Wilkins scoring on a Lancaster error in connec- tion with Kirk's drive to left field. Wilkins and Jacobs each got two hits, Matthews, Kirk, and Mann each collect- ed one. Newark ..,.., ,,,,,,,, 0 00001102-474 Lancaster ..a.......,..... 000110000-2 41 Columbus South On May l, at the Ohio State Univer- sity No. 3 diamond, the Newark Long- men defeated Columbus South 12 to 9 in the Central District Class A tourna- ment to move into the third round of play. The eight-run fifth inning turned the ticle by bringing the 'Cats from its 2-to-0 short end of the score. A double by Don Young with the bases full turned the trick. ln this inning the Felines sent thirteen men to the plate and took ad- vantage of five bases on balls. Morri- son got a two-bagger in this inning. li' V' A s I 'il' Aill South went out I gg.. front by two points i in the fourth. Then lil. ,,, ,, Newark turned on its f., uui' S'--Qhf--+1oU-- pow- , er in the fifth. Larry 'iz' ' Jacobs reached home if in the sixth to con- ii' clude Newark scor- WALTON ing. Morrison, Young, and Jacobs all col- lected two hits. Cart- nal was the winning pitcher. Columbus South O 0 0 2 0 0 0- 2 6 4 Newark 00O08l"-910 2 Washington C. H Newark scored its BROWN s e c o n d tournament VlC'f0fY bY df0PPin9 ' the Washington Court House Lions 7 to 5. V T it e QB me wa S J rt uuuu Jtr played at Washing- if . ,..,,.. my 1 ,2 ton C. H. on May 4. P A J T h e LO n g nj e n , ' scored a run in their Q "" 1 ..--' 1: ,..' Viv- . first turn at bat when 5 L Roger Matthews re- ceived a base on DENNER balls, stole second, let the Lions pull ahead of them until the lucky fifth when again, as in the game with South, the 'Cats kins was safe on the first of two straight miscues by the Lion shortstop. Morrison reached base on an error and Mat- thews raced in from third as Kirk was being put out. In the ninth Powe hit an infield single and the ball hit Mann. An error by Milstead of the Fayette County aggregation on a perfect double play let Powe and Mann race home to finish Newark's scoring. RODERICK Matthews, Kirk, and Powe got singles. Helmick was the winning pitcher. Newark ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,, 100040002-732 Washington C. H. 'l l 3 O O 0 0 0 0- 5 9 3 Zanesville A. B. Long's hardballers clobbered the Zanesville Blue Devils 6 to 3 in a non- tournament fracas on the White Field Diamond May 5. This win was the first the Wildcats had taken from Zanesville since the rennaisance of baseball in Newark in the spring of 1949. and trickled home on Kirk's bingle into short l e f t. Newark went to work. Hel- mick walked and Wil- REGIONAL Pitcher Duane Cole allowed the Devils only four hits. Morrison batted a triple, Young two doubles. Wilkins, Kirk, Jacobs, and Mann also got hits. Zanesville .,...,....,,,,,,,,, Q.. O 0 O O 2 l 0- 3 4 l Newark ....,..,,,. ,,..,,,,... 3 200lO"-672 Columbus West Newark nipped Columbus West 5 to 2 on the Cowboy diamond on May 6 to move into the finals. The fourth was the big inning in which the 'Cats exploded this time. The Longmen sent ten men to bat. Three sin- gles, two errors, and a base on balls netted Newark four runs. Scoring for the Red and White in this inning were Young, Mann, Matthews, Jacobs, and Powe. Kirk, Powe, and Mann contrib- uted the singles in this scoring frame. Cartnal was the winning pitcher. Kirk and Mann were the leading Feline hit- ters with two in three trips to the plate. Newark ..,........,..,,,,,,..,... 0005000-5 Columbus West .,.,..,..... 0 0 i 0 01 0-- 2 3 Columbus Central lDistrict Finall Newark rode to glory on May li when A. B. Long's hardballers won the Central District Class A baseball tourna- ment by defeating the Pirates from Co- lumbus Central 5 to 4. The game was played on the Ohio State University dia- .,.,.,.-,.,. . ,,..,., :qq Z :IA y:.A.:A., mond NO, 2, Helmick relieved Cartnal in the seventh when the , --'-- latter showed signs of weakening. Cart- -"y,.. "- . ' nal was the winning A if ' pitcher. 1 A'VIrvi Kirk got the first HE,-MICK run for Newark in CHAMPS the fourth frame as a result of a field- er's choice by Young. The sixth be- came the mighty inning for Newark in this contest. Young drove in Morri- son with the first run of the frame when he dropped a one-bagger over the sec- ond baseman's head. Morrison had walked to first. Kirk, who had also re- ceived a base on balls before the hit by Young ran home along with Young when Larry Jacobs pounded out a sec- ond straight hit, a single that went be- tween the center fielder and right field- er. Jacobs later scored on Mann's double down the right field line. Kirk and Jacobs got two hits, Mat- thews, Young, and Mann, one. Newark .... ..... ......,.......... 0 O OlO4O-571 Columbus Central ........ 0 0 0 0 O 2 2- 4 4 2 Anthony Wayne In the new Joe E. Brown stadium at Holgate, the Newark Wildcats won their first contest in regional play from An- thony Wayne on May i5 by a score of 5 to O. Kirk was the game's offensive star when he pounded out a mighty two- run triple and a double in three of- ficial times at bat. The 'Cats scored two runs in the first inning. Wilkins, Morrison, and Mann collected singles. Wilkins came home on an error. Kirk's triple in the third homed Matthews and Morrison. Mann plat- ed Kirk with a one- base shot over second base. Kirk's double in the fifth went for naught when, with two out, he went to third on a wild pitch but couldn't get home. Kirk and Mann col- lected two hits each, CAM-NAL Wilkins and Morrison, one each. Cartnal was the winning pitcher. Young missed the game because of illness. Anthony Wayne ,,,,,,.,,... OOO0000- O 2 2 Newark ,.,.....,,.,., ,,,,,... 2 03000'-560 Lima Central lRegional Finall Subdued excitement began to mani- fest itself as the Newark Wildcats added another gem to their athletic crown by winning the Northeastern Regional championship from the Dragons of Lima Central on the Ohio Wesleyan diamond at Delaware, Ohio, May l9, by a score of 23 to 2. In the poetic diction of Brook- lyn, "Newark moidered dem bums." In Newark's first turn at bat, Newark scored three times. Kirk hit a power- charged homer to push Morrison and Matthews over the base before him. ln the second, Newark again collected three runs as a result of two singles and four walks. ln this game, it was the third frame that exploded into a scoring fest for the 'Cats. Eight runs were added to the scoreboard for Newark. The inning featured three walks, doubles by Cartnal and Mann, passed ball, a hit batsman, and a wild pitch. Twelve men went to the plate for the 'Cats. Mann's double brought in two of the runs. The Long- men went on to get five runs in the fourth, three in the fifth, and one in the sixth. Mann was the top batter for the 'Cats with two singles, a double, two scores, and a feat of driving in four runs. Mat- thews, Jacobs, Young, Powe, and Cart- nal all collected two hits. Cartnal, Mor- rison, and Powe hit two-baggers. Cart- nal was the winning pitcher. 162 Newark .,,,,,,,,,,...,.........,, 3385310-23 Lima Central .,..,.........,, OlO0OlO- 2 4 8 Cincinnati Purcell lStatel The hardballers from Newark High school brought their finest season to date to a close by dropping a game in the state semi-finals to powerful Cincinnati Purcell from the Land of the Redlegs by the score of 7 to 0. The tournament game was played at Ohio Sta te University on May 23. It broke WILKINS a six-game winning streak. Purcell went on to win the state championship by defeating Tiltonsville. ln the opening frame Purcell scored five runs off Cartnal. Helmick relieved Cartnal and went on to finish the game. Two runs were scored off Helmick in the third. ' The only time Newark threatened to score was in the first half of the open- ing inning when Morrison and Matthews reached base as a result of walks, but they were given no opportunity to reach home plate. Kirk's fielder's choice moved Morrison to third, but Mann ended the rally by striking out on three pitches. For the first time in several games there was no exploding inning to push the 'Cats out in front of their opponents. Cartnal was the losing pitcher, Kirk got Newark's lone hit of the game. Newark .......................... 0000000-0 l l Cincinnati Purcell ,... 5 0 2 0 O O O T- 7 9 O Baseball Scoreboard Newark ....................... ll Lancaster ............... ..... 6 Newark .......... ......... 4 Mt. Vernon .............. 8 Newark ....,..... .,....... l Coshocton ................ -. 2 Newark .......... ......... 4 Lancaster .................... 2 Newark .......... ......... 9 Columbus South ........ 2 Newark ..,.....,. ......... 7 Washington C. H ..,... . 5 Newark .......... ......... 6 Zanesville .................. 3 Newark. .......... ....,. 5 Columbus West .....,,. 2 Newark .......... ......... 5 Columbus Central .... 4 Newark .......... .. ....... 5 Anthony Wayne ...,.. .. 0 Newark. .......... ........ 2 3 Lima Central .............. 2 Newark .................,..,.., 0 Cincinnati Purcell ...,,... 7 BASEBALL SUMMATION Winning nine games and losing three, A. B. Long's Wildcats offered to the public its finest season since the game was brought back into the sports curriculum in l949. The season opened on April 17 and closed on May 23. Newark dropped games only to Mt. Vernon, Co- shocton, and Cincinnati Purcell. They de- feated Lancaster twice, Zanesville, Co- lumbus South, Washington Court House, Columbus West, Columbus Central, An- thony Wayne, and Lima Central. With- out public fanfare A. B. Long's baseball- ers brought home a gleaming trophy which was presented to the school in the fi- "'f V nal assembly of the school year i952-53. Seniors who gradu- ' ated at the end of the .1 'V"' i953 s e a s o n were 3 V A R o b e rt Morrison, i Richard Thomas Kirk, Jacobs, and Richard Cartnal. Donald Young, Larry T l'il . .. POWE Mr. Maxwell Kipp Douglas, John lVlcDonalcl, Thomas Trimble, Gene Cooper, Carl Brooks. Max Douglas's Wildcat golf team got off to a faltering start for the 1953 season on April 14 by dropping a one-sided match 11V2 to one-half to the Blue Devils on the Zanesville Coun- try Club course. Carl Brooks had the best Wildcat card with a 96. On April 17, the 'Cats turned in a repeat performance by dropping a match to the Chillicothe Cavaliers 15V2 to one- half. James Green picked up the lone half-point for the Douglasmen in the game played at Moundbuilders Country Club. In a match at the county club in Lancaster, April 22, the Doug- lasmen were shut out for a third time by a score of ten, for the Golden Gales, to two, for the 'Cats. Gene Cooper picked up the two points for the Felines. Following its established pat- tern, Newark dropped its fourth match on April 28 to the Zanesville Blue Devils 12 to 0 at Moundbuilders. This match was played in the rain. On May 5, at Moundbuilders, Newark dropped another match to Lancaster to the tune of 13 to 3. Brooks picked up the three points and had a low gross for both teams with a 90. The second annual C.O.L. meet was held in Zanesville on May 9. Chillicothe won the event with 354 team points. Zanesville was second with 355, Marietta, third, with 360, Lan- caster, fourth, with 376, Coshocton, fifth, with 392, Newark, sixth, with 416, and Cambridge, seventh, with 512. Gene Cooper had the best card for Newark with a 95. Coshocton next took Newark at Coshocton on May 19 by a score of 9V2 to 6V2. Gene Cooper again had the best 'Cat card with an 89. The season ended at Moundbuilders Country Club on May 26 when Newark dropped its final tilt to Coshocton 416 to HW. John Mc- Donald earned the four points for the Douglasmen while Gene Cooper captured the half-point. Meedio!! Row 1-William Duffee, John Harlow, Richard Cash, Richard Roth, Herman Foster, Donald McVey. Row 2 Trent Rals ton Douglas Grandstaff, James McRee, Richard Bowman, Robert DeMooy, James Hull, Roger Groves. The Newark Reserves ended the sea- son with sixteen wins and two losses, which were to Mt. Vernon and were non- league contests. ln short, the Kittens, who were piloted most of the season by Mr. James Allen, won all league contests for the season. Newark outscored its opponents 805 to 633. The three top scorers of the reserve team were Roth, with 139, Richard Cash, with 124, and Glover, with 115. Newark .,..,. .. .,., .42 Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark ....... ...., . Columbus West Mt. Vernon ,,,,,, Cambridge ,.,,,,, Zanesville ....,, Marietta ,.,., Coshocton ,,,. Lancaster .,,.,. Chillicothe ,,,. Dover ,,,,,,,,,,,, Cambridge ,,,.,,. Mt. Vernon .,v,, Zanesville ..... . Marietta ,,,., Coshocton ,,,, Lancaster ....., Bexley .,........ Chillicothe ,,.. Dover ..... I2 4 Row 1-Bob Culp, Phil Stockdale, Mike Smith, Floyd Rielenbaugh, Bob Foregraves, John Harlow,. Don McVey, Fred Taylor. Row 2-Bob Oder, Herman Foster, Dick Bowman, Allen Lane, Doug Grandstaff, Willie Green, Dick Roth, John Perrill. Row 3-Don Smailes, Bob Salyer, Charles Moore, John Sutphen, Dale Knerr, Jim McCree, .lack Weisant, Bill Olmstead. Only sixteen boys parTicipaTeol in The reserve fooTball season. Coaches were Leonard Wilhelm and William OlmsTead. The Team ToTalecl 52 points for The season, opponenTs, 88. The season scores were as follows: Newark .,...... ....,. Newark Newark, ,,..., , ..., . Newark Newa rk.. ...... ......... l 3 Newa rk, .....,. ......,.. 2 6 Newark .,...., ...... 6 Newark ,...,... ...... 7 Hebron ,,,,. Granville ..,,,,.,,,,, Summit Station Columbus East Upper Arlington , Lancaster ......,..... Junior High ..,..... Lancaster .,.,. 04044 Ga:-andy Cari Brooks, John Wolfe, Dennis Pruitt, Robert Cain, Robert Denner, .Eames Burrell. The 1953 cross country team, coached by Paul Harlow, competed in five meets this season. The first was with the Worthington Cardinals on the Mound- builders Course. Jack Blackburn of Worthington set a new Moundbuilders Course record of 10:25 on the two-mile course. The 'Cats lost this meet by the score of 45 l'CatsJ to 15 lWorthingtonD. The meet was held on October 13. The second meet was with Columbus Linden McKinley and Columbus West. It was held in Columbus on the Beacon Light Country Club course on October 15. West was first with 15 points, Newark, second with 60 points, and Linden Mc- Kinley, third with 70 points. The third meet marked the 'Cats' first victory in which they outran the Marietta Rivertowners, 27 for Newark and 28 for Marietta. The meet was held in New- ark on October 22. The fourth contest, held October 29 in Newark, was the Harlowmen's second consecutive victory against two losses. They defeated the Cowboys of Colum- bus West by the score of 25 for Newark and 30 for Columbus. The final meet of the season was the district, held October 31 on the Beacon Light course in Columbus. Out of eight teams, the 'Cats took a fifth place, Co- lumbus West won the meet. In individual scoring, Blackburn of Worthington won the district and the state. I 2 3 Worthington 15 Columbus West 'IS Newark .... 27 Newark ........ 45 Newark .. ...,........ 60 Marietta ..... 28 linden McKinley 70 4 5 Newark ,,,,,,....,............. 25 District Meet Columbus .,... ..,........ 3 0 Newark 5th 5 Rom 'I-Bob Coutellier, Ed McCament, Ronald Donaldson, Paul Johnson, Ralph Franklin, James Bair, Richard Cash, Humel Keim, Thomas Cash, Phillip Wilkins. Row 2-James Hall, Richard Francis, Robert De Mooy, Donald Brown, James Walton, Donald Davis, Gene Helmick, Frank Tomlinson, Thomas Trimble. Maxwell Kipp DougIas's speedball ag- gregation practiced every evening at Everett Field during the autumn months of the school year. The game served as a conditioner for other sports. Each practice lasted for one hour and fifteen minutes. On October 29 the local team played Denison University in speedloall. The Denisonians defeated the Douglasmen by a score of 25 to l9. MLVE Roy 'I-Janet Hendrickson, Twila Stafford, Joan Farnham, Pat Corder, Donna Neibarger, Linda Koblenz, Pat Courson, and Carol Hawkins. lThe winning junior team., Row 2-Mary Jane Baughman, Nelda Spicer, Frances Tomlinson, Beatrice Hotchkias, Nancy Smart and Cynthia Richmond. ' Row 3-Miss Myer, Sue Spear, Carol Hornby, Edna Robertson, Diane Freshour, Ann Wiley, and Mary Ryan. The girls had a short but enjoyable season in softball. ' Donna Mossman, iunior captain, with her magic pitching arm, helped to bring victory to her Team. nh' Bmkaded Row I-Patty Davidson, Sherry Roberts, Mary Ryan, Janet Hendrikson, Pat Corder, Molly Evans, Joanne Farnham, Nancy Smith, Cynthia White, Linda Koblens. Row 2-Sharon Weakley, Mary Neighbor, Delcie Myers, Mary Vogelmeier, Pauline Florian, Marcia Boell, Shirley Davis, Edna Robertson: Nancy Shannon, Carol Stauffer. Row 3-Janet Duff, Bar- bara Courson, Carolyn Grady, Kathleen Vermillion, Mary Siegle, Mary Welsh, Carrie Perrin, Bonnie Powell, Jean Lees, Frances Tomlinson. Row 4-Nancy Stage, Claudette Gutridge, Carol Hawkins, Carol Hornby, Cynthia Richmond, Margie McGlone, Judith Linebaugh, Georgeann Farquhar, Ann Pierpont, Linda Swan. Basketball is second to volleyball in completed. So far, the Juniors are in the popularity in girls' sports. lead with the following outstanding players: Joanne Garnham, Donna Nei- Due to our playing period being barger, Patty Davidson, Diane Denny, Pat quite short, the schedule has not been Corder and Janet Hendrickson. Row I-Janel Hendrickson Nancy Smith Patty Corder Row 2-Molly Evans Mary Ryan Miss Myer Joanne Farnham The purpose of the Girls' Athletic Council is to develop qualified leaders who can contribute to the sports program by helping with the administration of the different sports events. Girls for the council were selected from all of the three classes who displayed proficiency in several sports. ln addition, they mani- fested a willingness to give time in help- ing to conduct the program so as to pro mote the well being and enjoyment of all participants. by KATHRYN CONNER SEPTEMBER 1 Start of Football practice 5 Practice game fthereb Columbus South 6, Newark 7 8 First day of school Practice game iherel Columbus West O, Newark 6 9 Organizational meeting of senior class 10 Organizational meeting of iunior class 11 Organizational meeting of sophomore class First meeting of Student Council 12 Practice game Ctherej Marion 14, Newark O 14 Club charters put up for renewal 15 First cheer leading practice First meeting of Thespians 16 First meeting of Contest Speaking First assembly-new teachers introduced and also Student Council members 17 FTA organizational meeting Organizational meeting of Contemporary History Club 17 - 18 Sophomore hearing tests 18 First pep rally Opening game Cherej Columbus East 13,, Newark 12 21 First meeting of Music Appreciation Y-Teens organized 22 Election of class officers Y-Teens supper for cabinet members First meeting of Radio Club Hi-Y organized 23 First Fire Drill Organizational meeting of College Club First meeting of Key Club 24 Home Economics Club organizational meeting Y-Teens cider-and-donut party for faculty in honor of new teachers 25 Football Cthereb Columbus North 13, Newark 7 26 Roger Toothaker killed 28 PTA Membership Drive Assembly-Danny and' His Doll First cross-country practice 29 Norman Ryder spoke to senior boys about ROTC OCTOBER 1 First Hi-Time program. introduced some of our new teachers 2 First COL game. Chillicothe O, Newark 7 itherel 5 Music Appreciation elected officers 9 Pep rally. A panel fSaundra Culp, Judy Linebaugh, Carl Brooks, Phil Wilkins, Nancy Burnfield, Margaret Taylorl Game Chereb Cambridge 12, Newark 13 NHS choir sang at First Methodist Church's Ecumenical Service Senior chest X-rays First cross-country meet. Worthington beat Newark First Y-Teens meeting Newark second in cross country meet in Columbus Game Ctherej Marietta 20, Newark 13 First Reveille Review issued Cast of Professor, How Could You! announced Sophomore and iunior pictures taken Contemporary History Club elected officers First grade cards PTA Open House Game Cherej Zanesville 6, Newark 14 Pep Rally John McDonald on WBNS-TV "Youth Has lts Say." Panel on: "Are We Getting What We Want Out of Radio and TV?" Assembly-Jack Barnes, fur trapper Scholarship banner given to 213 Carl H. Haag gave talk to College Club boys Future Teachers elected officers Speedball Cherej Denison 25, Newark 19 Cross Country Cherej Newark 25, Columbus West 30 Football game itherel Dover 6, Newark 0 No School-Teacher's meeting Newark took fifth place in District Cross-Country meet on the Beacon Lights Golf Course, Columbus NOVEMBER Newark High Choir sang in Youth Rally at the First Baptist Church Formal Y-Teens initiation Game Kherel Lancaster 6, Newark 7 Beverly Chase played senior organ recital in First Baptist Church College Club had four Denison students on panel concerning fraternities and sororities Voted for Homecoming Queen Reverend David A. Robinson spoke in Armistice Day Assembly No school: Armistice Day Name of Homecoming Queen announced on Hi-Time Pep Rally. Introduced Seniors on squad Homecoming Game fherej Coshocton 13, Newark 0 Winning Floats: 1. Sophomores-S15 2. Seniors-S10 3. Juniors-S5 The theme was "Cictory ls Our Cry" Homecoming Dance Science Club has speaker-Mr. John Milhoan, Agri- cultural Extension Service. He spoke on conservation Thief caught in gym locker room Newark Medical Auxiliary showed movie and gave talks Vocational Industrial Club sponsored skating party. PTA Meeting Mrs. McCoy spoke to Y-Teens Assembly-Preview of Professor, How Could You! Part of NHS choir sang at First E.U.B. Church Several members of NHS choir sang for B 8- O Rail- road Safety Committee James P. Schultz, admission counselor at Capital U, spoke at College Club -Assembly-Miss Val Lauder: "What I found Out About You" Professor, How Could you! No School: Thanksgiving vacation begins Basketball opener. Columbus West 53, Newark 59 1953 Public Affairs Discussion Conference at Ohio State University and the University High School. Stu- dents attending were Rosalie Plaine, Carol Hornby, Tom Hughes, John Sebold, Nancy Stage, Lois Riggs, Norman Gallatin, Frank Imhoff DECEMBER Game iherel. Mount Vernon 46, Newark 58. Key Clubbers toured Egan Funeral Home 3, 4 Every Pupil Tests Thirty-one students attended the debate tournament at O.S.U.-"Resolved that the President of the U.S. be elected by a direct vote of the people" Cambridge 62, Newark 49 Mr Muhlman, executive vice-president of local A. F. of L., talked to the Contemporary History Club Game. Zanesville 63, Newark 56 We are second in Columbus North All-Events Tourna- ment in debate NHS Choir sang for Shrine annual banquet at the Masonic Temple 17, 18 Petition for longer Christmas vacation Newark Band played for Navy-Marine football game in Zanesville Assembly-Southland Singers Marietta 56, Newark 70 Coshocton 73, Newark 78 Assembly-Dramatics Class Beginning of Christmas vacation Game iherej Lancaster 63, Newark 60 JANUARY End of Christmas vacation Assembly-The Smythes Game. iChilIicothe 60, Newark 431 Game. Dover 40, Newark 66 College Club had speaker, Mr. Whitehead, of Otterbein College Contemporary History Club had a debate over Senator McCarthy Newark defeated Denison in a practice debate tourna- ment Newark debaters lost to Upper Arlington Game Cherej Cambridge 46, Newark 47 Game. Mount Vernon 54, Newark 59 Game iherej Zanesville 53, Newark 56 Assembly-The Galvanos Mr. Glenn of Ohio State spoke to College Club Game itherej Marietta 58, Newark 51 FEBRUARY Game iherel Coshocton 49, Newark 64 Choir sang at Youth Banquet Junior Class Assembly Game itherel Lancaster 67, Newark 65 Game iherel Bexley 38, Newark 50 Lt. Murphey gave talk on ROTC to boys Assembly-The Downies aerialists Game itherej Chillicothe 67, Newark 51 No School. Washington's birthday Assembly-Debate: Pat Deenis, Judy Linebaugh, Jim Cushman, John McDonald Bible Debate in Hi-C Club Game iherel Dover 47, Newark 67 MARCH No school because of snow Assembly-Baile Theater First district game. Westerville 37, Newark 68 District Game. Columbus East 54, Newark 60 Assembly-Leo Lania Game. Columbus South 63, Newark 59 Basketball awards Spring football practice starts Honor Society Recognition Assembly. Dr. Dunham of Ohio Wesleyan speaks Debate squad wins state championship. They were Shirley Orr, Fanny Radwell, John McDonald, Jim Cushman 25, 26 Every Pupil Tests Dramatics Class play-The Curious Savages Sophomore Assembly Preliminary District State Tests Basketball banquet APRIL Business-Industry-Education Day Measure seniors for cap and gowns PTA panel on community facilities for Newark youth District Drama and Poetry Festival Services for Holy Week begin. The Reverend David Robinson of the Plymouth Congregational speaks for the four services No school-Good Friday No school. Easter Monday 22, 23 Band Concert Poetry, Radio, Drama Finals at OSU Class A band, orchestra, vocals states contest here Dance for high school by Elks Assembly-Veterans of Foreign Wars Loyalty Day Honor Society Banquet MAY Choir concert Central Ohio Track Meet iherej 8 Band Festival at Springfield District Baseball Tournament Senior Class Play District Baseball Tournaments Junior-Senior Prom Senior Assembly Speech Banquet District Track, Golf, and Tennis Tournament 22 Regional Baseball Start of Senior Exams Start of Sophomore and Junior Exams State finals baseball, golf, and tennis 2330 Baccalaureate JUNE Seniors practice at White Field for Commencement Commencement Last day of school, final recognition assembly ...ADVERTISERS AAA Service Company Abbotfs Shoe Store .Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam, Company, The Albyn Nursery Shop Art, H. 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Mr and Mrs. W. T. Stewart Iudge and Mrs. Charles B. Holtsberry Mr. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cunningham Robert Perrin Miss Tunie Kennett Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Kolb Rev. and Mrs. Otha Clary The Rainbow Girls Mr. and Mrs. Robert Church Reverend M. Shearer Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Stage Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rogers and Mrs. Harold Metcalf and Mrs. Franklin Southard and Mrs. Glen Ashcraft and Mrs. Ralph Kimball Mr. and Mrs. Iohn H. Weaver Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Sperry Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Pressler Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Linebaugh Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker and Mrs. Allen Willey and Mrs. Iohn Dowling and Mrs. Robert Queen Rev. and Mrs. Iames S. Bolen Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cline and Mrs. Don Hogue and Mrs. C. A. Miller and Mrs. Wayne Ridenour Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Oatman Mr. and Mrs. Searle McCracken Sharon and Robin McCracken Mr. and Mrs. Otis Riggs Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Deenis Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Killian Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Dyer Dr. L. F. Klecker Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hughes and Mrs. George I. McDonald Mrs. Edith F. Parsons Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Trimble F. W. Smith and Mrs. Willis Cain and Mrs. Harlan R. Taylor and Mrs. George Culp and Mrs. Gerald Burnfield and Mrs. Wendell M. Iones Mrs. Willis W. Greer Mrs. Thomas E. Norpell Mrs. Max B. Norpell Mr. and Mrs. Harold Drebin Miss Iacgueline Loughman Mr. and Mrs. Gail Walters Miss Florence E. Boyd Mr. Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Wharton and Mrs. Harold L. Ballinger On April 30, 1953, in the High School Audi- torium, there ocurred the first initiation of the local group into the National Thespian Society. The service was held on the stage. New members and officers were initiated and given the pledge by the sponsor, Miss Joan Patton. lHenceforth officers will carry out the cere- mony.J As a program, humorous cuttings from literature were interpreted by two mem- bers of the group. An audience of approxi- mately a dozen people witnessed the cere- mony. lnitiates and guests then adiourned to the home-economics room for refreshments. Officers initiated were: Nancy Davis, presi- dent, Helen Mclntosh, vice-president, Patsy Patterson, treasurer, Margie Wimer, secretary, and Joan Pickett, scribe, an office which is a part of the initiating service only. Other in- itiates were: Winifred Austin, Lois Ann Bob, Patty Davidson, Miriam Farmer, John Fields, Dwight Johnson, Kelly Goss, Richard Harris, Mary Jo Williams, Larry Green, Larry Brown, Daniel Stricker, Dianne Freshour, Patricia Met- calf, Margaret McGlone, Lydia Oxley, and Grace Bowman. Harry J. llqok 21 South Park Place PHONE 3755 HART SCHAFFNER 61 MARX VAN IIEUSEN SHIRTS STETSON HATS SEASON SKIPPER SPORTS WEAR Congratulations ond Best Wishes THE CLASS OF i954 I 1720125 T. X NEWARK,OHlO BE ii' SEE SYMONS FOR DIAMONDS The Hobit EMERSON ot Correct Dress -' 't ggi i 'tff z q-: .,,4.. qi .. 4252252 - , .fa i' 25251 A Q. 1-- rr APP9C'fC'nCe -1' g-'12Eii5iiii2EE552f' , 52 'X doubles the Cfwnvff Of r',4 Unnnlng- Qzf ,twzsvs It gwes confzdence and 4-4r "-r--- .rrr,r Q I f ' f a if " 0,515 ,' 0 O Style Right Foshlons for The Young Mon The RQ Value - S 1 1 E EMERSON 5'f0fe eroice - Courtesy - Since 1887 S. WEST SIDE SQUARE Abbott, Charles Adcock, Jim Irvin ........... Agin, Harry Roger ......... Agin, Shirley .... - ......A,..... Allen, Edward ...........,....... Allen, James ........................... Allman, Shirley Jean, ...,.4.,,,, . Alspach, Mrs. Kenneth ,.A.,,,.. A Eugene .............. U Fl P4 379995 Q-D-g-005' ,EQQQSQQ 353525 IP ,Q-saga! 55,32 2 ifsij 5 5 E IS E SH 5 955 5255225 Smart Girls ,,.......72, Shop 84 ...,...,,30, 144 SERGEANT'S Anderson Carol Dawn ,,,...Y..... ...,,...A..,,..,.A.,,,,,.,, 3 8 Anderson Carolyn Jean ............ ..,,,.,Y,,... ................. 6 5 Anderson, John Mackenzie l...,,. ,,..w...... 7 2, 116, 117 Anderson, Judy ........,.............,.,..... ..,.................,....., 88 Anderson Nancy Sue ........,..A......... ....,.4...,,.oo..,.,.., 7 2 Anderson William Howard .......... .,,,..... 6 5, 114 Angus, Ethel ..,................,.,............... .,,..... 3 2, 112 Anicolaites, James ...................... ..........,,A,, 6 5 Qnnkrum, miriam ,...............,. ..........., 8 0 , v narino, ge Mae ,,,...,. ..............., 6 5 ff Annarmo' Newarks Famed Name Antritt, Alberta Jo ,................,..,. ..,......, 6 5, 124 Appel, Joan Elaine ............,..l........ Arensberg, George -Homer ......... Arnesberg, John William ..........,..,. Armentrout, Robert Eugene ,........ Arnott, Nelda ........ - ......................... Ashcraft, Donna Marie ............ Ashcraft, Elsie Jean ,.......... Ashcraft, Jerry Lewis ,....,.. Ashcraft, Judith Ann ......... Ashcraft, June Lois .....,.. ..........65, 115 ----------168 FASHION STORE 115 108 124 102, Athey, Roland .........,,. , ........, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,., 9 2 Ault. Dan Arnold ........ .,,..,..l 7 2, 108 Azbell, Paul ..,........,...... ,,,,.....,...... 8 8 Compliments AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES, Inc. 11 - 15 South Fourth Sheet Newark, Ohio Complete Parts and Machine Shop Service The Home ol MASTER PUHTHAITS SHARON WEAKLEY Seniors Come To Whi're's to Get More Porfroirs for the Money They Spend APPOINTMENTS AT YOUR CONVENIENCE PHGNE 4465 Bachman, Fred, ,,.,......... ..... . . Bagent. Eddie Lee VV........ ....... ......................Y.v..74.............. - 1 72 Bagent, Ronald Ray .....,,, .V,................................................ 6 5 Bagent, Shirley ,................. ........,,,,,,,,,.,,.A,................ - ....... - 188 Bair, James Franklin ,,...,..... .......... 6 5, 98, 119, 149, 152, 165 Bair, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,. .,.......,....................,,,,,.,,........... 1 41 Baird, Carol Sue ........... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,...... 7 2, 101, 108 ' 521251 EAamr1e2e5a55'jj3ji ,.,. OOiiijiijjjijijjjjijjiig Compliments of Baker, Brooke .......,........, .,,,,,. .,.........-. 8 8 Baker Grace ................,, ,,,,,..,,.,.,1,,,,,,..,,,1.,,....................,,,1......... 9 2 Baker, Linda, Lou ...............,..,..........,V,.,...Y...,,,.,.,,,,,,,,..,..4...,........... 65 Baker, Marlene Sue ...................,.,,,.....,.,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 38, 61, 99. 100, 102, 104, 107, 110, 116, 124 Baldwin, Mary Louise ,,,,,,..,,..,,..,.,,,,,.,,,.,...,,..,,........................., 65 Ballinger, Robert ,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,........... 65 Ballinger, Roberta ...,,,.,,,,, .,,... . 172 Balo, Carl 1......................Y. .YY.VY1., 8 4 , , Banks, Cora Sue ................ ,....,.,,,, 1 08 Banks, James ..,....................... ...-...,80 Banks, Maryl Lucille ,...,,1.,, ......... 7 2 Banks, Rut ..,.,,,1,..1,,.1,...1. ......... 7 2 Barber, Don ,..,,,.,,,,,...,,..,. ......... 8 8 Barker, Charlotte .....,..... ...,..... 9 2 lgarker, .Ezhn ...............,....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 34 arnes, ewis ...................,,,,i ..............................., 4 Barnes, Mary Eleanor ,,,,,,,. .,,,.,,..,,,,,i..,,..,,,.,,,, 9 , 32 SHEET Barrick, Eleanor ,,..,,,,.,,,........ ,,,,,,,,, 3 2, 116,117, 118 Barrick, James ,.,..,.,,............. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,...., 8 8 Barrick, Thomas Allen ,...,,,,,, .......,..,.....,,. - .,........ 7 2 Bartlett, Patricia Lou. ...,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,, , ,,,,,,,, -, .72 gargoe, ierling ,,i..,,,,,,,,,,,.... , ..,,,. - .,,, 92 ar on, ve yn ,....,..,...,,,,,,,,,.,... .,....... 8 4 Basford, George Douglas ....,...., .,,,,,,,, 7 2 Bastin, Valeria .,,,,.,.................,, .,,..,.., 9 2 Bates, William ..,..,.............,........ ,,,,,,,,, 8 8 Baughman, Eleanor Ann ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 65 Baughman, Mary Jane ........,. Baumgartner, Jerry ........,,,i O ......,. 65 Baumgartner, Rosemary ........ ....A..,i..,,i,ii,.,,.,,,,.,,,.,,..,... , 33 Bauman' Richar 145 West Canal Street Beach, Charles ......................., 1 .,....,r,r,eeee,, 20, 65, 141, 149, 152 Bebout, Charles William ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5, 114, 121 Beckett, Anna Louise .....,..,,,.. ...,,,r,,,.,.,r.,,,, 3 8, 123, 124 Beckham, John ....,.,,,,..,,,,,,,... ...................,,...,......,,,.,.......,.. 7 2 Beckham. Franklin Lee i..,..,.,. 11,,1,111.,,1.,.,i.... 3 s, 102, 115, 123 Bell. Charlene Ellen ......... ......., 3 9, 98, 102, 107, 108, 124 Bell, Nelson Robert ........... ...,.........,......................,.,........... 65 Our Sincere Congratulations to the CLASS OF "54" on the completion of your high school course . . . may the foundations laid in these past years be secure for your lifetime of building and your ultimate success be assurred. SEEWK I "'52.?sC03 THE ARCADE 4' UNION BLIIIIK NEWARK!! WHERE GOOD FURNITURE is NOT EXPENSIVE T H E NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Congratulations to the Class of 1954 E. A. Bryan Motor Co. A. P. Hess Co. Curran Motor Co. Ray Merchant Motors Phalen 81 Cunningham Co. F. M. Rugg Motor Sales Charles "Wow', Ruple Motors Walker 61 Battat Motor Frank L. Elliott Motors, Inc. Park Motor Sales, Inc. Cochran Motor Sales Donuts, Cakes Bending, Joseph Lamoin .....A.. ,,,...vY 2 0, 39, 61, 104, Bennington, Ruth ................. Benson, Roberta Alice ...,.. 144 Benson, Theodore ,.,......,A,.,,........... .............. B8 Bentley, Joan Rosemary .......... ........,,.,..,... 7 2 Berger, David Leroy .,...,.,...,.... ........ 3 9, 112 Berger, James Douglas ,,....... ..,..,,. 7 2, 112 Berger, Shirley Earlene ........ .............. 39 Berger, Virginia .....,....,...,...,.. .....,i.... 88 Bibler, James William, ,...i.. ..,. ,...,...,... 1 1 6 Bickle, Mary Lou .,.,......,............... ................,. 3 9 Biddle, Sandra Elizabeth ........ Bowen, . 19 West Church Street Bieberbach, Ruth Evelyn ........ M..QfQ1ff.Q155,"'io9 Billman, Barbara ......,,........,...,, ......,...,,,.,.,,i......, - .... 8 8 Billman, Carole ........,..,,,,.,,..,,, ........,........,.,....,...,,ii.... 92 Bishop, Jerry Lee .........,,,.,.... ........ 39 , 108, 109, 132 Bishop, Roderick Minor ........ ,,..,,.,.,.,,i...i,,,, 7 2, 108 Black, Donna Elizabeth ...,.... ....................................... 7 2 Black, Roberta ...........,....,,........ ,.,............,,.................... - .,,, 92 Black, Virginia Lee ,...........,i,... ...,...,......,,.,..,,...,,.i.,,i.,...i...,... 7 2 Blackstone, Shirley Ellen .......... .......l... 7 2, 98, 101, 104, 124 Blake, Laura Jean ................,, ,,......................................... 3 9 Blakely, Robert Douglas ....,..... .................,... - .....,..,....... 7 2 Blaney, Richard Franklin ,,.,.... ,,,,..,,,..,,,..... 1 , 39 Bob, Lois ,,.. ....,,A.v....................,,... ..,.,l,,..,..,.l..,,,,, . . .141 Bob, Thomas Homer ,.........,. ...,... 1 , 22, 39, 61 Bobbitt, Mary Lou ................ ...,.,... 3 9, 110, 123 Bodah, Marilyn Virginia ...... ,,....,.l.,..,,, - ,,.,..,.., 7 2 Bodah, William Thomas ....,... ,,,...,,.,.,,,........ 7 2, 108 Boell, Marcia Ann ........,........ ,........ 20 , 72, 108, 167 Boell, Marilyn ...........,.....,.......... ....,....,.......,,............. 90 Boggs, Charles Edward ,........, Boggs, Roger Franklin .,,.,..... Bondy, Harolda- .....,..........,,...... ,,,,,,,,,..,,,,.. , ,92 Booher, Charles Franklin .......,. ..,.,..,.. 4 , 65, 109 Bope, David .......,...........,..........,,. . ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 88 Boss, Bonnie ........,................,,.,, Bosscawen, Linda Lorene ........ Bostic, La Fern- ........,............. Bounds, Robert Lee ,..........,,. Bowden, David Benjamin .,...,,.. Sherllyn Rose. ........... ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,, 7 2, Bowers, Bowers, Bowers , Bowers, Bowers, Gary Richard ........ Judy .....,.............,... Lowell .............. Maurice ..,,,.. Mona Rose .....,.., Bowman, Curtis Alva ,,,,... Bowman, Dean Worth ........ 99 ..,fffIf65,I'i'iE,""' 92 65 1 19 1 17 65 ..........8B . .......... 72 HIGH GRADE PIES and Pastries DECORATED CAKES OUR SPECIALTY RILEY'S BAKERY PHONE 3906 Congratulations To All High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE CARLILE'S Furniture cmd Rugs Newark's Dependable Home Furnishers West Main at Arcade Newark, Ohio LIVE ELECTRICALLY LIVE IN THE FUTURE NOW , FH I - OHIO POWER co, if Bowman, Richard Allen ......... Boyce, David Edward ....Yffff4 Boyd, Florence ........,............ Boyd, Frew C .,.............Y, Boylan, Bradley Marilyn ,,...........,. , Ruth ......,,,4............. 163, 164 111 so, ss, 128 Bradshaw, Thomas Lee ,....... .....YvffaYY..........VvA-A-,-----,-- ----- 7 2 Braught, George ,,1,........,v,Y,,. YY.,... 2 0, 39, 115, 144, 145 Braunbeck, Donald ,....... ,,YYY1.,...............YYA.1... 3 9, 144 Brearly, Shirley ...,.,,,,,,.... .YYYY,,Y...........,vVYY14....fVV ,--Y1V 3 4 Breeding, Jay ,,...........,,,.Y,,,1........., YYYf----f,f-41 80 Brehm, James ,,,,,.11.......,YYYY,Y.,,.....Y.Y ......, 3 0, 115 Bringardner,,'C1audia Lee ..v.,,,,, ,..---ff-----1 7 2 Britton, Russell Thomas ,1...... .......YYff--V----,-f 4 0 Brockway, Barbara ..........,Y,,, ,,YYY,,..Y4...,,VYYf4f-, 3 4 Brookhart, Gary King ,.........Y,,,,,,,,...- . YY,YYYY............Yf.fffYVfr 72, 117 Brookover, Beverly Lou ........VY,,,,Y,,..,..... ...V.,.,YYYY,, 7 2, 108. 124 Brookover, Patricia Ann ,,,,. Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Brooks, Broseus Carl Edwin ........Y.Y 4, David ...., .,,,,,.,................Y,..YYY,,,,Y,.........,.YY,.YYiYY i.YYi.Y.....YVVYY Gary ....,,,,,,,,,i.,..., ...,........,,,, ,,,,,..,,..... -..,ff,,,,,,,,.. Norma YYY,YYYYYYYYYY.YY.Y Linda Louise ,,,,,,,, Broseus: William Nelson, Brown, Brown, Brown Diana Mae ,............,...... ,,,, ,,,,,,, . ,,.. , ,,,, , Donald ,,,,,..............,...,......, Girard Sidney ,,,,,, 65 98 99 107 119 162, 124 , , , , , 165 N192 ....s0 as 72 72 ,...'72 65, 149, 152, 154, 156, 166 65 Brown, Kay .........,,...,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ......, ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,.. 80 Brown, Rose Marie ............. .....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 7 2 Brown, Wayne ,,1..,....,...,.,. , ,,,,,,,, 157, 159 Bruce, Carol Irene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,......... 7 2 Brummage, Fred ..,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,.,....1. Brutchey, 'Judith Isabelle Bryan, William ...................,. Bryant, Dotty Ann ,.,,,.,,,,,,, .....,..,.,,,,s6 ..84 108 Bryson, Patricia ,,,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,...,...,................,,,,,..,,,,...... 9 2 Buchanan, Althea .......,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,...................,,,,..,,,,,, 6 5 Buckey, Carol Kay .............. ..,,.,, 4 , 32, 65, 101, 105, 124 Buckey, Gina Ann ,..,,,..,...,.... ,,......,...........,..,, 6 5, 107, 116 Buker, Carl Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 40 Bullock, Marjorie Lucille. Burden, Evelyn Marie ....,.. Burden, S-ue ,.,,,..,...,,,,,1,,,,,., Burge, Naomi May ,,,,,,,,,,,, Burkham, Betty Jane ....,... Burkham, Jo Ann ....,,..... Burkham, Judy ,,,,.....,...,,.. Burke, Carol Martha ,.....,.. Burnfield, Nancy Sue ,,,,,,. ff """"""""""' 11213111.72 Pfinfmg That P 190363 ,,.,,,,72 ,..,,.,80 , WHAWG5 1734 West Main Street ..,,W,65 ,,.,.,,40 ,,,,,,,40, 61, 99, 101, 123 SPORT STYLE SUITS T 0 Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive :QS Congratulations to the Class of 1954 from THE MUELL DON POUND PHOTOGRAPHERS where you may select as many gift portraits as you need. Portraits are the most appreciated of all gifts, and you are proud to give yours to your friends when they are made by Mueller Studios in the Arcade. Illillll SQQTOGMEK E 5 8 if Q 5 F 'Dion ov!- Burrell, James Harvey ,,.A,... ,,,.... 1 65 Busby, Gary Dale ,,,.,...,....... .V.vY,.....f - D65 Bush, James Richard .......... .......Y4.. 7 2 Bush, Kathryn ,A,,.,,,,,,....... U92 Butte, Jewel ......................,,,,,, Butts, Kenneth Dale ,................ .....-.v 40 C Cain, Robert Raymond ......,,.,,, 22 40, 149, 150, 154, 165 Caldwell, Janice Ann ,,,.,,..........................f.,,,,,,,.......... ....f-f4-f------- 7 2 Cameron, Robert Alan ..,,.,,,,,.,,.,.,11.,,1..............YVYVYYYVYA .,... - -72 Campbell, Jane Eloise ......... .740 Campbell, Paul .......,, ,,,,......... . .. H80 Catnpbell, Steven .......... ,,,, .,A,,4. 1 , 88 Carlo, Joseph ,.........,.......... .....,, 3 0, 144 Carpenter, Richard ,......... ...,.,,,,,,,,...,...l.............YYYr., 9 2 Carr, Charles ,,,..,..,,,,,..l.......,. ,.............,..,,,.,,,,,,l,,..,,...... . ,130 Carson, Shirley Ann ..,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..,................... . .40 Carter, Mary Catherine ,...,,, ......,, 7 2, 101, 109, 124 Cartnal, Diana ........................ ........,,...,.....,,,,,,,,,l.,,........,,, 9 2 Cartnal, Richard ,..,........... ...................... ...... 1 6 0 Carver, John Allen ,i..,..... ,,,,,,..,, ..,...,,..,...,... , , 73 Cash, Richard Lee ,,,,,.,,, ........,,..,,,,,, 7 1, 73, 166 Cash, Robert ,,,,,,,,.,,,..,..,,, ....................,,......,,,,,,.,,,,........ 3 1 Cash, Thomas ,,...,................ .....,.. 40 , 110, 149, 166 Cashdollar, Charles ,..,....,. ,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,.,,,,,i,,,,..,............... 8 8 Cashdollar, James F .,... W .......,..,,.,..,,.,,,.,,... 154 Cavey, Larry ,..,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,... ....,,,.,,i,... 8 0 Chaney, Joe Douglas .......... ............ 40 Chapman, Dorothy .............,... ,..,,..,....... 8 4 Chapman, Mrs. Howard ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 28 Chapman, Mary K .,,.. ,,,,,,,,.,,,... .......................................... 1 08 Charleton, Norma Jean ........................,......................... 109 Chase, Beverly Ann .,...................r, 23, 40, 102, 105, 137 Chesser, Lanny ...,.,...,..............,.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,..., 84 Church, Barbara ,,...,...,,.,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 92 Church, Deanna Elizabeth ,......... ....,..... 7 3, 124 Church, Patti Annette ............... .....,.........i...,...,,,,..., 7 3, 124 Church, Ronald. ......................., ,,,A,,.................................,..., 8 0 Ch1,u'ch, Shirley Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 0, 102, 107, 124 Church, Thomas William ,.... .... .,...... 1 , 41, 61, 144 Claggett, Larry .........,,,..,,,,.,....,, ,,,,,,,,... .,,,, 4 1 , 115 Claggett, Martha .......,.,..,,,,... ..........................,,..... 7 3 Claggett Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......,,,.............,,., 7 3 Claggett Michael ,,,,,...,..,,, ,,.,,..... 1 .........,,....,.. 8 8 Claggett, Paul Lloyd ........... Claprood, Albert John ,,,,,,, .. .......41, 98, 115 Newarks I ..-til!" 1 . ' I 37 mvdem tal V' .,.., in fg ,.,..,,,, ,,, department i j-3 L53 ,Q store. s Mifii it ml WHETHER YOU'RE SHOPPING OR "JUST LOOKINGD YOU,RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT K I NG'S A Friendly Store In A Friendly City THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a Great Convenience The Best Approach to Employment Indispensable to Success in Business 14 gig Slap Graduation from high school means just that-a big step forward for thousands of young men and women who make up the class of 1954. To all of you who have taken this important step go sincere congratulations from the 3,000 people of Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation in Newark. Moreover, we hope that this is only one of many forward steps-big and little-that you will take in the years ahead. As a company that has moved steadily in is fif- teen-year history, we are constantly aware of the contributions to our progress that have been made by those who only a few years ago were completing their high school courses. We join with industry in the hope that many of you will continue your schooling and in so doing will give thoughtful consideration to the technical fields where opportunities for advancement are at their highest level. But, most of all, we hope that whatever your choice may be it is made in the realization on your part that a marketable ability is the only true security. OWENS CORNING F1 B LAS Clark, Ada Louene .,,,,,... A-----, 6 5 Clark, Diana ,,,,,,........,,A4.. ----f-- 3 0 Clark, Joanne ....,,,......... -V33 Clark, Nancy Jane ...,,.,,,. ,.----,f-VY-4 -------V,-- 7 3 Clark, Sonya ,,,,,ll...,..,........ ,YY,,,,..--.Yff- 1 03 Clary, Paul Douglas ,,......... ,,......, 1 08, 122 Clawson, Arthur ,......,.,,,,...,,,,,. -----Y-ff--4--Yv-------f'- - '34 Clawson, Elbert James ........ ....,,...,... - Y-ff.,V--, 5 5 Clawson, Lydia .........., ,.,,..,.., YY,,..,..vYYff--, 8 4 Clay, Norma Jean ,.l........ ,,.,...,.., 4 1. 112 Clayton, William ....,,,, .-fv-.1---1------------'f 3 4 Clemings, Hilda ,...... ..., Y1,,,.........,11..---f-...- 3 8 Clemings, John ,,,,...,.,......., ......, 6 5, 143 Cline, Anna Mae ,,,,,,,,,,l....... ,,.,..,..11,,,, 4 1 123 Cline, Charles Albert ,,,,,..,, ,,,.,...1 . 41 Cline, Duane Kerr ......V,,, ,-,,fff111 7 3 Cline, Larry Joe ,,,.,,,... . .,.. 73 Cocanour, David ....... A. .1f, '73 Cocanour, Gary .,e,,,,,,,,,,,...... ., .1 80 Cochran, Richard .,,,,, ,,,,,,, , Y, , 73, 108 Cochran, Roger Wilferdn ,,,, , , 14, 65. 108 Cochran, Thomas Alan ,,,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,., . 73 Coehlo, Susan ,,,,,.....,.....,,,,. ..,, , e,,,, , .. 88 Cole, Duane l,,, , ,.........Y. .,.. , 157 Coleman, Ronald ,,,,.,,......., . 73 Collins, Paul William ....,...,.. 114 Conkle, Myrna Louise ,...,,,,.,..,. ,,,, 1 08 Conley, Linda Aileen ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,, '7 3, 117 Conner, Kathryn Annette .,... 133 Conner, Richard .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 92 Conrad, Stacey ......,,,,,............,, ,,,l.....,,....,, 2 6 Cooper, Barbara June ...... ,,,,, 1 08 Cooper, Larry ,...........,....,... ,,,,, . .73 Cooper, Orville W ,,,,,,,,,, ....r 1 62 Cooperider, Phyllis ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,.,.,,.. 8 4 Corby, David Justin ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 1 9 Corby, Joseph ..,,,,,,,,.,,, ,, ,,,,,, 73 Corder, Patricia .......,,. 65, 167, 1691 Couden, Patricia ....... ,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,., 80 Cougill, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .. ,,,, 41 Councell, Carol Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 5 124 Courson, Barbara Joanne ..,..., .,,..., 65, 168 Courson, Darlene .........,,......,, ,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 0 Coutellier, Charles ,............. 73, 115, 166 Coventry, Betty Lou ....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1 112 Cowles, Tom ...,. ...,,,,......e, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , 8 0 Cox, Lester ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,. , .79 Coyle, Robert Horton ..... ,...,... 65, 127 Coyle, Sylvia ........,...,,,.....,,,,.,,, .....,... , 192 Crandall, Robert James .......,.. .,....,41 :saw--sm 1 , I "':' -If '1': I ,Qlfff ,': "" I ff "'f-11i1i ::'f: . .' ,- :.- .'-'Ariz' 2 NEWARK MONUMENT COMPANY EAST MAIN BY BRIDGE Congratulations to the Closs of 1954 THE INDEPENDENT DAIRY, INC. Congratulations Class of 1954 QZYN From FTSE GRAY TOP CABS Phones 2222 2241 2 22 30 Years Of Service with Safety here Anyt Crane, Larry U Edsel ......... Crawford. Edith Ann ,,..,A... - ......,A ....... . 1..- ....... -..65 Crawford, Emily Lee .,...,,.. - .... -.-65, 124 Crego, Constance Sue ..,.... ......... 7 3, 125 Crilly, Bertha ,..- ........,. . ,.... - ..... - .,.... .7 Crist, Carol Sue ................... ....... - 65, 124 Crist, Lillian Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,..,....... 1 09 Criswell, Ronald Kermit ,,,..,.,.. ,,,,..,... 6 5, 106 Cromin, 'Carolyn ,...,. ..,,..,..,.......... .,,................ 9 2 Crossland, Mr. Logan ........... .....,,..Y...,, 1 15 Crosinock, Jerry..-..-.., ,...,...,.. .....,. 1 57, 158 Crothers, Forrest ,,,.....,,,,, , ,A................., 66 Crothers, Robert. ...........,.. ,,,,,...........,A...... 80 Croy, Mr. Carl ..... -.- ...,...... ,..,.....,..A............,,, 1 29 Cro? Elaine Marie .....,..,,.,,,, ,....,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 108, 123 Cul ison, Lillian Viore ,,.,,,,,,,...,.i,,,,,,....,.A.,,,,,,,,,Y,,..,,,.,.,,...........,i, 66 Culp, George Robert .....,,,.................................................... 73, 164 Culp, Sandra Jean .......................,........,.. .4, 19, zo, 21, 42, 99, 102, 107, 110, 120, 123, 133, 137 Cunningham, Mr. G. W. ,,,.,,,,.,,.................,...........,...,...,........... 129 Cunningham, Joseph Eugene ............,,,,....,.......,,,.,,,.,...,.......... 66 Cunningham, Judith Margaret ,,,, 42, 61, 100, 107, 108, 116 Cunningham, Ronnie ,,.........., ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Cushman, James Butler ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,, 42, 98, 110, 116, 118, 119, 123, 134, 137 Cuthbert, Roy Allan ,,..,,r,.........,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 111, 117 D Dancey, Gordon Keith ........,......., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, 42 , 112 Danford, Alice ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,............... ,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 6 6, 89 Danford, Nancy Irene ......,. ,,,,,,,,, 9 8, 105, 110, 124 Danford, Roberta, Lee ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3, 104 Darkes, Beulah Mae ....... ............................,, 6 6 Darkes, Bonnie Jean .........., ,,,,,,,,,, 6 6, 101 Darling, William Lewis ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 2, 102 Darnes, Mona ................,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Darnes, William Herbert ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3 Daugherty, Dewey ,...............,,. .......,, 8 8 Daugherty, Leland Dean ......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 Daugherty, Paul Marvin ,,i,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73 Davidson, Patricia Joan ,,,,,,,, 1I 66, 116, 120, 121, 134, 167 Davis, Donald Howard ,,...............,,.,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73, 166 Davis, Kenneth Wayne ....,,.... ..,....,,. 6 6, 117 Davis, Lloyd ..........,.....,,,.,,i,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 2 Davis, Mary ,,.,i,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,L ,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 2 Davis, Robert Franklin ....... ...,....,... 42 , 114 Davis, Rose Delores ........... ,,,,,,..,,.., .,. 73, 101 Davis, Shirley ,..,,....,.,i,i....., ,,,,,,,,,,, 42 , 100, 167 LICKING COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASS'N Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Petroleum Products 159 Wilson Street Phone 9624 P. 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KRESGE CO ll and 23 North Third Congratulations to the Class of 1954 WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION LOIS RIGGS Also CANDID WEDDING ALBUMS ELECTRICAL RECORDINGS PLASTIC BILLFOLD PICTURES Howard Studio "Portraits with Personalityv 35W North Third Phone 5704 JAMES CUSHMAN Drake, Patricia LOUISE..- .......... .... ............ 1 . .173 Drake, Roscoe ,,,..,......A............. 1 ....,......... ...... 1 .111-31 Drumm, Darlene .............. 111. ...... 1 .....,. ..... 1 .--.-84 Drumnn, Garry O'De1L ,,..,,....... ............ 1 11143 Drumm, Rita .....................,,.... 1, ....., 1 ....... 111 ---- 80 gugkett, Ncanette .,A..,..,...... ..............ff u geon, ary ................ f,,,.......-Yff. 1 1 Duff, Janet Mae ,..... ...,.,..... ,..................V 7 3 , 167 O D Duffee, Harold Edwin ,,..,,..A ......,.,,,,,,,,.,.,... 4 3, 114 - o Duffee, William Homer ..,..,,,.. ...,... 7 3, 144, 148, 163 smwwnes Mena umm, osep ee ..,..,,,,,, ......,..,,,,,,.,,,, , Dunlap, Bonnie .......... ........,,.7,.., 8 4 8, Dunlap, Cynthia ,,.,,..... .........,, 8 8 Dunlap, Terry11 ,,,,,,,.,,a.,,,.,,.., .......,......,..,,...,.,,,1...11...A 8 8 Dunwoodie, Eddie .....,,,.,,,.,,,.,,4 ,,,,4.,,..,...,,.............,.YYY,,Y,., 8 8 Dupler, George Arthur .............. .......... 4 3, 141, 144, 145 Dupree, Charles Richard ,,..A...., .................................... 7 3 Dupree, Raymond ..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ................................ . 84 Durdon, Joanne ,...................... .....................,.,,.....1 1 ...,....,........ 8 0 gutcher' PLUMBING 'Yarmett, Bar ara ee ,,,,,.........,,...........,.,,, , 5, , 124 Dyer, Lois Ann ,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,................ 43, 100, 103, 106, 110, 123 E and Egle, Llgii Franyces ........ ...,... 1 ................... Z Ig r ey, e ores ean ,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,.,...r... Earley, Nancy .................. 1 .......... B0 HEATING Eckert, Charles A ............ ,,,.,,...,1...., 3 1 Eckstein, Bernard ,,,............. 1 ..... 1.80 Edgerley, John William ,,...111.. ......... 7 3 Edwards, Amy ,,.1..................... ...... 1 .32 Edwards, Paul B. 11,.,...,,..11.1. 1........... 2 7 Eis, Vicki Eileen ....................,,.. .........,... 4 , 66 Eisman, Reathel Jo Anne ........ 1....,,1..,............ 7 3 Ellas, James Frederick ....1..... ..11..1... 1 , 43, 108 Elliot, Betty ....................,11.,.11.11 .,..........,.......... 8 4 Ellis, Rosemary Faye.- ......... ................... 7 3 Elmore, Joseph Louis .11 1..,,....... .........11..., . 44 , Elmore, Josephine Louise ....1...111e,111 ,,,.,,,,,,11,,,,11..,,,,1111.... .... 1 1 , 44 Sermce That Pays Emerson, Naomi LaVerne ............,........,..,.,.....,..,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 66 . Eriksen, Geoffery Kenneth ....,.,, 44, 141, 144, 145, 154, 155 Plumbing That StClyS Eshelnnan, Jared James 1,...,,.. ..................., 44 , 102, 115, 118 Evans, David Rees ............,... ,..,...................... 6 6, 99, 106 Evans, Margaret ,................. ..,..1.1..,,,.,...,,.,11..,.1. 6 6, 105 Evans, Mary Frances ....... .......,...........,................ 1 ..... 7 3 Evans, Mollie Ann ....1.... ....... 7 3, 117, 124, 167, 161 Compliments SEARS Compliments of KAISER ALUMINUM Kciiser Aluminum 81 Chemical Corp Evans, Nancy Lee ,,,,,,,,,. Evans, Mrs. Robert ,,......... ,4.-f----------- 1 28 Evans, Robert Daniel ...,.,, .ff..ff 7 3. 144 Evans, Robert Lewis ,.............Y ----f------A-- 5 b F Farmer, Albert ..........,,,,.,.............YYV.YYYVV4,Y..., ...........ffffffff----Y-V--4,-, 3 4 Farmer, Shirley Ann ......,..,,,,,,.,,....,....VfVYYYVYYYYVVYYYYYY4.4..,. fff..f 5 5, 103 Farnham, Alma Joanne .......Y..,,,,, 66, 99, 120, 167, 168. 159 Farquhar, Georgeanna Louise, ..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,4........f, 1 , 44, 99, 100, 102, 105, 110, 116, 124, 133, 167 Farquhar, Marsha ......,4,.............YY..YVYYVYVVY.... ..........fff.ffffff-f----,-V----A- 7 3 Farrow, Don ,A..,.............,,,,,,,...,...4 ....vYY.YVYVYYYY4 . . ....,.ffff-ff-----V' 34 Farrow, Robert Eugene ......,,,, ,,,,,, 6 6, 114 Fee, Betty Lou .........,,,,,,,........ ...Y..YV 7 3, 101 Feeney, Rose Ann ......,,.,,,,,, ,......f 4 4, 101 Ferry, Janet ,,A.,.A.....A............, .......f.fffffA4- 30 Ferry, Paul Clifford ......... .......YY.YVYVYYY,... 4 4 Fields, Carolyn Mae ,,..... YYYYV4. 4 , 44, 61 Fifield, Jerry ..........,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,4......,.,, 8 8 Fike, Rosetta Naomi ......, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.... 7 3 Fiukiii, Ronald Roy ....... ,,.i,,,, 6 6, 106 Finley, Martha ,,..,.......................... ,,,,,,........ 8 4 Finney, Connie Sue ,,,,.....,..,,.,,,,.,,,,, ..,,,...,.. 7 3 Fitch, Margaret Francis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,, 7 3 Fitzgibbon, William Michael ......... Flannigan, Phyllis Sue ............,,.,,.. Flannigan, Linda Ann ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, Fleming, Edith .,,,.,.,..,,......,, Florian, Pauline Ann ....,...,.. Flowers, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, Flowers, Evelyn Lorraine .,....,,. Flowers, John ........,..................., Fluhart, James Edward ,,,,,,,. Ford, Marilyn ,,.,,,,,,,,l,,,,,..,,,. Foreman, Betty Jane .........,.. Forman, Mary Alice ,....,..,...,... Forgrave, David Sidney ..,,,,l.,, Fortney, James William ,....... ,..,l,.74, 104 .......ss, 167 ..........,,154 L..........su ,65 108 QE1QQ1EE,"' 164 ...,..,,...74, Foster, Herman Harley ,.,.,,,, ,,,,,.,, 7 4, 163, 164 Fowler, Edward Lee i........ ..,.........,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 4 Fowler, Mary ........,.,.,,,,,,.l,,.,,,., ,,,,.l.....,..,,,,....................,,,,,,,..., 66 Francis, Richard Eugene ..,..................................... 74, 119, 166 Franklin, Ralph L .,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,.,.,,,.,,, 66, 149, 151, 154, 156, 166 Franks, Richard Earl ,.......l.,. ,,,..A...,,..,...l.,...................,,,l..,,.. 7 4 Frease, Mary ,A..,,,,,,,,......,..,,...,,,,,, .....,......,,,,.. 8 0 Freeman, Patricia Darlene ,,,,,,, Moss, 101 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTI NG WIRING AND FIXTURES Residential and Commercial PHONE 2087 or 6228 HOLLAND Electric Shop 63 North Avenue Newark, Ohio ROCKWELL SPRING AND AXLE CO. OHIOAXLE AND GEAR DIVISION Congratulations to Class of 1954 the 'E Q vi Q ua vi EP I H 2 2 3 v-. 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Freshour, Dianne Elizabeth .... -..-....66, 107, 110, iii, 168 Frey, Charles Lee..-..1...- ..,..., ---.,.L...- ,...,...,... -..-1...44 Fulton, Caro1e......- ...... - ...... ......,..-.-.-..---...,-,.80 Fry, Dorothy Mae ,...,...,,.. -. .......... i...-..-44 Frye, Martin Lowell ............ ............,,.....,..,.. - ......66, 108 Fulk, Joyce Ann ,....... 1 .........,...,,.......,,..,...,..... -.-..-.-...--66 Fulton, Janice LouiSe.-..-, ......... -..-.... ...... ........-.-...74 G Gabe, Gerald Frank ,.................................... - ............... - ..........,, 66 Gallatin, Norman Wesley ..........., 44, 102, 115, 116, 122 123 Gander, Huldah LaVonne ................................................ 74, 108 Gard, Sylvia Joanne ......,..,.,, .,.,. ...,,...., 4 4 , 102, 103, 105 110 Gardner, Ruth .......................... ................................. 1 ....,..... 2 8 Garey, Ronnie .............................. ..................... - ................. 8 4 Garrabrant, Linda Lea. .... - ......... - ...... --.W .... .74 Garrett, Gary Thomas ................. ......,,.,.,., 1 , 45, 115 Garrison, Justine Marcella ,....... 1 .... - ................ .74 Gartside, Jan Lee ..,,..,..........,.,,. .1 ,.,,., 74, 101 Gartside, Sally ....,,...,.... 1 .,.,.,,. ...........,..,. 8 0 Garvin, James ..- ,............... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 7 4 Garwick, Kathryn ..,........,...,,.. ,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 0 Gatten, Arland Eugene ,........... .,..,..,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 6, 114 Gaulke, Ned Philip ........................ .,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 114, 123 Gaunder, Thomas Edward ,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 6, 114 Geller, James Lynn .....,..,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5, 114 Gentry, Tracy E., Jr, .........,,. ,,,,,,,,,. 4 5, 114 George, Jo-Ann .........,......r..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Gibson, John Vernon .............,,..... ,,,,,,. ,,,v,,,,,,,, 4 5 Gilham, Mildred ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,V,,Y,,,VY,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 88 Glaunsinger, Patricia Louise e....,, , .,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, 74 Glen, Dorothy..1 .....................,..,. 1 .,,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,AA1,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1, 83 Glover, Ronald Kenneth .......,. ........ 7 4, 134, 144, 149 Goff, Judith..- ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,A,A,V .,,,,---,--- A -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Goodin, Shirley .........,.., -M ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 80 Goodwin, Jacqueline Lee ,,,,,,..,, A,--,,, 1 ,,-,-,,,,,, 80 G0rd0n. 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Guest, David Jonathan ,Q .ro.,rr 1, ...,,r,rr,r,,,,r,,, 74, 108 Guest, Ruth Marlene ,,,,,,,,.,,. , ,.... ,,,,,,..,.. . .. 45, 112 Gull, Phillip Kirby .,,......... ,,,,.,, 7 4, 111, 116, 117 Gunn, Richard. ...,,,.,............ ,........l.,,,,....,,,,,....... 9 2 Gutridge, Claudette ....,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,. .,., . , 166, 167 Gutridge, Donna Jean .......,, ,,,,,,,.....,,, 8 0 H AND APPLIANCE Haas, George Marshall ....,..,,,,,..... ,,,,....,,, 7 4 ' Hackley, Rex .......,l,,,,v..........,,,.,.., . 1 84 Haga, Judith Ann. .......,,,,,,,..... .,...... 7 4, 103 Hageman, Richard Paul .,..,,,.,. .,,1l,,Yl,,..l....... 6 6 Hagerman, William Joseph ,...,,, ,,,...,, ,,.,,, ,,,,1,, 7 4 Hahn, Robert Wendell ,,,......,..,,,,... ,........, 4 5, 102, 157 Hale, Jack B .,..,,.......,,,...........,,,.,... ........,,.,....... 3 0, 119 Hall, Alice Lou. ...,,,,......., ,,,,,,.,,.., 4 5, 112 Hall, Delores Ann ,,.,,,,.. ......., 4 6, 112 Hall, Joan ...,..,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,... ....Y,,,,Y..... 84 Hall, Kenneth Jon ,..,,,,,,, ,,,Y,YY,,,1, 7 4 Hall, Neva Ann ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,...., ....... 4 6 gallonzell, Barbara ,,,,,, .....,... , 1 .. ...,. 22 E P k P1 ami on, David Wayne ,,,,,,,.... ,,,,,.,,Y, ' Hamilton, John .,,.,......,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,, .,,.,,,,...Y.,. 8 0 ast ar ace Hamilton, Lee Ann ,,,,..,,........,,,,,... ,,,,,,,, , M174 Hamilton, Marjoria Suzanne ,,,,, ,. .....,, 74, 125 Ilillamilton, Naliicy ,,,.....,,.,,,,,.,,...,.,,,,, ,,,, ...,.,......... 9 2 ami ton, Ros ie ,,,.....,.,l,,,,,,..,,..,,,, ,,,........,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,..,, 80 Hamilton, Walter Franklin ,,....,,, .....,,.., ,,,,,,, ,,.... ,,,......., 6 6 P h one 6668 Hammond, Barbara Jean ,,,....... ,,,,,,, 6 6, 105, 124, 127 Hammond, Roy .,..,,,.....,,.,,,,,...... ,,,,......,..,,,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,, 2 9 Hampshire, Robert Paul ..,.,.,, ,,.,..,,,,,,,,.....,, 2 2, 66 Hand, Patricia Carol ,... ,...,,,, ,,,,...., 4 6 , 123, 124 Hands, James ,,....,,,,,,....,,.,,,,,,. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,... . 8 0 Hansford, Barbara Ellen ......,, ,,,,,,,,,....,... 4 6, 109 Hansford, Carmella Rose ...,.. ....,,, .,,,,,,,.....,l,.....,,,,....,,.. 7 4 Harbaugh, Joseph Vincent ..,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... 6 6 Harlow, John Paul ....,,,,...,....,,,,,, ..,... 1 3, 74, 163, 164 Harlow, Paul ....,,,,......,,,,......,,,,,, .,..,,,,,,,.,....,.,,.....,,.,,, 3 2 Harmon, Patsy Sue .....,.., ,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,..., 4 6 Harper, Jo Ann ,,,,...,,,.,, ,,,,,,, ........... 8 0 Harris, Byron Lee .,.,,,,... ,,.....,,,..,,,..,..,,,,. 4 6 garris, Ilgllis.. .,.,,,,....,,,,,,.,.. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....., 8 4 I arris, ancy Lee .......,,,,, ,,,,,,... 6 6, 106, 108 Harris, Peggy Eileen ,,,......., ,,,,,,,,...,,,,, 66 , 125 S k J I Harris, Robert Lee ,...,,,........,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 6, 114 C S r Harris, Suzanne Pauline ,...,,,.,, .........,....,, 7 4 Hart, Nancy ,,,,,.....,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,....., 1 41 gartless, Dorcgthy ......,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 0 ar man, Bar ara Jean ,,.,.... ,.l,,,,,,......, 4 6, 109 Hartman, Sherry Kay ,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 4 7, 112, 123 ARCADE ANNEX Hartman, Thomas Alan ,...,,,,,, ...,.l, ,,,,........ 7 4 Hastings, Paul ,,,...,,,.,....,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,......,, 84 Hatfield, John .l,.,..,..,,,.,...., ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 4 Hawkins, Carol Ann ..,,.,.,,,,,, .,,,,,. 6 7, 99, 116, 124, 167, 168 Phone 5993 Newal-ka Chic Hayden, Harold Eugene ,...,, ...,,,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 6 7, 106 Hayden, Richard .....,,,,,,,... .,,,,.. ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,, ..,,. 9 2 Hayden, Wilbur ....1,,,, .,,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,... 9 2 Hayes, Jo Ann ...,,,,. ,,,,,...,, 4 6, 98, 102, 103, 105, 110, 116 Congratulations CLASS OF 1954 'THE HIO FUEL EUHEHATULMIUNE to the if-lil WM Quuw HARDWARE STORE Featuring Numode Hosiery SPORTWEAR for the 36 West Main Street JUNIOR MISS FURNITURE , BUGS STOVES THE' SAM ALBAN CO. 57-59 West Main Street PHONES 2264 - 2269 Compliments of AlRESMAN'S 56 West Main Street Hayes, Geraldine Y.........,,,.... -...Y-A------,-.-- 3 4 Haynes, Edward Louis ,,,,,..... ,......-..Y4-. - -----74 Headlee, Letha ..............Y,,r... ff,f4--,---.f4 A ------'--- gg- Heatwole, Virginia Ann ,,...... Heckehnan, Edward ......,,,.. Heekelman, Pauline ,....,,,,,. .,,,..e..4e, 61, ,,,.,.......,,-..-..91 as Held, Frieda ,,........,., - ......., ,........VY,4.......fYYYVY......Vf------f Heightshoe, Harold ,......,, ...,,.............-..--,ff,........-.......- 8 4 Heim, Barbara Lou ,.........Y,,,.. ,......V.,r.r.....Y.Y..........Y.V4.,4.......... 4 7 Helmick, Gene Ralph .......,,,....,, 135, 151, 160, 166 Helms, Keight Forrest ..,,.,.......... .......,,........V,.1........-.,.,.......... 7 4 Hendrickson, Janet Louise ,........ ..- ..Y.Y... 67, 167, 168, 169 Henry, Audrey .....,..r............Y... - .....,.. .......VY.Y...........V..Y....... 8 4 Henry, Jocye Janet ,,..........,.........,,.,,. ...V......,..r...-.,,,....... 4 7 Henry, Richard ,.......,Y.,..........r.... .....,Y.,,,... .....V..V,Y,Y.Y....... 8 8 , 90 Hepsworth, Joseph Malcolm ...,.,,,,,. ,,....... 4 7, 114, 123 Hess, Nelson ,,.......,,, ....,......... - r.....,..Yr,..,.. .............,,,,,..........., 8 4 Hickman, Vernon., ,rr...........,.Y.......... ...........,f.,........... 84 Hill, can E. .....,.,.,.......,........ - ..,,....... .....,er 4 7, 115- Hill, Homer ...r.. - ...........,.... - .,., ,e......... - .80 Hillary, Kenneth ....,,.., - ...... - ..... .... .......... - - 84 Hinerman, Lowell AndreW.,.-... .1 .......,. ....,,. . 47, 108 Hinton, Sally Ann .................. -.. - ......,. .....,,, 4 7, 108 Hoag, Mr. Donald ......,.,......... ..,..4 - .... 1 15 Hobson, Nancy Lou ..,,....... .............. 4 7 Hoffer, James ....,,... ...,- .,,,, .......,,1........ 8 Il Roffer, Ramon Jean .....,,... .,...,.. 6 6, 127 Hoffer, Terry .... - r............. ..,. - ,,.. ...... - 88 Hogue, Keith ,,,......,,,,,.,..,....... ....,1.... 92 Holbert, Donald Clayton .,...... ............,. 7 4 Holcombe, Thelma ..r............... ................,, 2 6 Holeton, Claudia Ann ........., ..,..,,. 7 4, 117 Hollar, Emily Sue ..,.,......... ........,,..., 8 9 Hollar, Kenny ..........,,,,..,.. .- ....... 80 Holler, Lester ,............,..,,... ........., 4 7 Holmes, Ellen Jean ......,r. ....... - .74 Holmes, Janis ............... .....,.... 80 Holmes, Larry ....,.,........ ........., 80 Holton, Sueann ....,,,.....,...... .........,, 8 9 Holtz, David John.-.,... .....,,,.... ..74 Homes, Charlotte ....,,..,....... .-......92 Homman, Carol Sue .......... ,... - .....,,, 7 4 Hoover, Larry ................,.,,. .., .,.. -92 Hoover, Richard ........... Hooves, Charlotte ...,,..,, .... ....... 92 Horky, Richards... ......,,......,..... - ...,...,.r,,..., .. ....,.......,..,...,... - ..., ,154 Hornby, Carol Diana ......,....... ...,r......,......,.., 19, 20, 64, 67, ss, 1017, 116, 118, 120, 124, 167, 168 Horst, Marlene ....... ,..............................,,...,. - ..... - .,.- .,... 67, 109 Hoskinson, Floyd Allen .,,.,.... Hotchkiss, Beatrice ,A......... . Hotchkiss, Beverly .,,l,..... Hottinger, Nancy ......,,,,........ House, Connie Loretta, .,...., , House, Frances ,,.,..........,,,,4.... House, Keith ..,Y,i...........Y,i.. Howarth, Joseph ,.........,,.Yi .... Hoyt, Shirley Mae ......,v,Y......... Huber, Norman Andrew ,........, Huddy, James Frank .YY,, i.... ..... Huff, Walter Thomas ..,,.,....... Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Carolyn Ann .,,.,,... Edwin ,,.............,Y..... Fred Lee ......,,.,...i,...... Richard Arlin ,i....... Rosalie ...................... Thomas C. ..,,,,.., .. Wanda ,,.......,..,..... 126 Hukill, Hester .,........,.,.......VYv,.i Hull, James Raymond ........ Hull, Karen Dianne .......... Hunt, Larry ..,,YY..,............v,Y Hunt, Naomi Leslie ...,..,, Hummel, David .......,..Y,,Y......, Huston, Richard Paul ,,,,,,,., Hyre, Nancy ......,..,,Y,........... 168 89 80 '74 74 92 .....,,74, 111 101 ........47, 98, 111, 115 .........67, 108, 115, 117 ......,,,,,74, 101, 113 ..,,,,,74, 163, 166 108 108 ,....,.74, C ongratula ions Class of 54 DEWEESE BROS Iacobellis, Evelyn Ann ......... .......... 4 7, 124 Iden, Beverly Kaye. ......................... ........................................, 8 9 Iler, Joan. ............,,,,.,,,.,...,.................,...,,....,................,..,,.,,............, 80 Imhoff, Frank Edward i.....,. 4 8, 98, 102, 106, 119, 122, 123 Imhoff, Sandra ...,,,,,.,i...,...............,..,,,.,,.,,............Y,....,,..,,............., 80 Inlow, Verna ....,,,,,,..,......... ..........,,,. ,A,ii..........,,.....,,..............,.. I 2 Inscho, Sandra Lea ,......... .......... 7 5 Irvin, Norma ,,,,ii,..,...,....... ........., 7 5 Ivers, Mary Grace i......... ....... ........., 7 5 J Jacobs, John .....,,,, ..,...,,,..,,, ,....,.. . 6 7, 105 Jacobs, Larryv- ,.,,,,,i..,. ,,...., ,....... 1 5 7, 158 Jefferies, Mike ,,,,.......... ...........,,.,,, 8 9 Jinks, Maureen Jan .......... ........,. 4 B 109 ABBOTT S Johnson Isabella Ann ..,,.,, Johnson, Martha .............,,,,,. Johnson, Nancy Jeanne ,,.,,.. Johnson, Nancy ......,,..,,,,..,...,,. Johnson, Ollolee ...,.,i .,,..,............. Johnson, Paul Frederick i........... Johnson, Richard Duanne .......... Johnson Richard Pierce ........... . Johnson Thomas Richard ........, Johnson William Franklin ..,,..,, Jones, Carol Ann ..................,.,., Jones, Carol Jean ................... Jones, DLu'wan ..........,..,,,,,,l..,,, Jones, Edward Howard. ,.,,, , Jones John Addison ,,,,.,,,,, Jonesi Larry Duane ,l...... J ones, Jones, Jones Jones, Jones Linda ,,,,l....,.......... Roderic ,,l.,...,,. Robert ..........,..., Ronald Lee ,,...,,. Wendell ..,....,.,,, J ordon, Thomas ,,,,.,. ., Kaiser, Charlotte ....,., ,,,,,,,,,,,l,, Kalt, Carol ,,..,........... ,,,.,,, Kapp, Jerry ................. Kappes, Gerald ............... Kapper, Ronald Lee ........ - ,.... 4 8, ....,,1..,,.,s4 .........,48 ....-....,,1,1...,so 166 48 ..........s7, 115 124 124 108 ..........75, ..........67, , ,,....... 75, 89 1.,,,,,...sv, 114 92 109 .........-.....,81 SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY Fitted by X-Ray 9 South Park Place Newark Ohlo 81 81 ....... ...,.. 92 67 Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of 1954 PENNEY CO., A NATIONWIDE INSTITUTION Quality Merchandise for Less INC Kay, Donna ,.,, QQ ,........,...,,,, Keaser, Frank ...,...,....,,...... Keck, Roger Barton ...,....,. Keckley, Nina ,,,,,,.,......,,...,A,,, Keeran, Mary Lou ..,...,.,,,.,.,,... Keim, Hummel Gerald .......... Kellar, Mary Ruth ........,... C. Kendall, Betty .,A,,,,,.. ,.....,... Kennedy, Lee ,,,,,,,.,.,,... Kerns, Janet Ann. ..,..., .. Kerr, Paul Arthur ,..,,,,., Kerr, Sara Lou ,.......,... Keylor, Carolyn. .......r ,, Kidwell, Barbara ,..,,,,,.,, Kiger, Orville ..........,,,,,....... Kiger, Saundra Jean .,...,.,,, King, Kenneth ........,,,.......,, Kingery, Gordon R. ,4..,,., , Kinser, Patricia Ann ,,,,,,,,,, ....T::r,.31, ..,...,,,75, .,.QQifQQQQ1QQ1Q1111,,48 .48, 102, 103, ..rjfffili,'M'5ifAEi2 Kinsley, Patty ..,....,,r.,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,..,,.... Kirk, Thomas .......,....,,,,,,, ,,........ Kirkpatrick, Phyllis ,,,.,,.. ...,... Klein, Betty ,.......,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., Klein, Edwin John ,,,,,,,,,........, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...........,,,., 4 8, Klein, Laurence Herbert. .......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,............,l., 4 8 Klein, Leonard Lee ,i.i,,,...,...... ,,,,,,, 6 7, 144, 147, 154 Klinger, Larry ,........,...,,.,.,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,., Knerr, Carol Jean. ,,....., Knerr, Dale Clifford, ,,,,,...... Koblens, Linda Lee, .,.,,,,,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,.,., 6 7, 116, 124, 167 Koehler, Charles Herbert ,,,..,,,, ..,..................... 7 5, Kolb, Theodore Norman ..,,,,.,. ...........,........i,,.,,,, Koonts, Earl William ..,.......,,, Kopp, Carol Jean .,...,,,...,..,, Kopp, Ronald ,ill..,,,,.,,,.., Koslow, Marciann ,,l,.,,.. Kramer, Jo Ann .....,,,,.,.,.. Kraseman, Jane Ellen ,,,,..,.. Kreager, Mrs. Kenneth ,,.,.,... Kreager, Patricia Louise ,,.,..... Kreager, Ronald Wayne ,,..,,,,,,, Krebs, George Alfred, J I'. YYYY.,... Kreider, Gary Paul ....,......,,,, Krieg, Sarah S. ,,,............ .,..., . Kubik, Rose Ann ........ Kunkle, Pat .....,,.....,,.,, Kuster, Mariam ,,,,.,,.. .,..,,,.,,,,,,, Laeufer, Jacob ,.,,................,,,,,,,...... Lake, Catherine Joyce ,,,..........,, ,...,,,,49, 124, CRANE- KRIEG- FLORY HARDWARE and HOUSEWARES No. 11 South Park Newark, Ohio Compliments of ALBYN NURSERY SHOP f I 49 South Third Street AAA Service, Inc. 774 Hudson Avenue Newark, Ohio , Complete I Vending and Changer Service CANDY CIGARETTES GUM NUTS AND ICE CREAM PHONE 6148 The Use of Buses Solves Your Parking Problems Dependable Transportation In All Sections of the City THE CITY RAPID TRANSIT LINES, Inc. Congratulations to Class of ,54 Y Most Modern Drive-In Dry Cleaning Plant in Newark 485 West Church Street Lake, Lake, Lamb, Lane, Lane, Lane, Lane, Doris ......... f,,,,,, ..... Janice Ruth ,,.,..... Harry ......YYYYVVY,...... Allen ,.........,,,,,,,,... Arlene Kay ,,,,,,..., Larry ..............,,.,,..... Linda ,,...........,...,,, Lane, Twila Jean .,.... ....,,.... ....,,.,,.75, ........,,75, Langland, Patty Lou ,,,,....... -f-------A-- Lanigan, Robert Joseph Larason, Brenda ,,r,......Y..,,A,,....... ..f.fffff--- Laugherty, Larry Lee .,,,Y, ..Y...Y Laughery Lawrence LHWIEIICGZ Lawrence Lawrence i Lawrence, v Robert Eugene Linda Ann ...,,,,, Richard Lee ..,,,,,, Robert W. ....... . Velma Mae ...... Thomas ,,,,........ Lawyer, Thomas ,.,, .,,,i,.,,,..,. 39- ..--- ----Y--W , ,75, Laymon, Carolyn. .,,,,,,,,,.,...,... ........ . Laymon, Richard Alva ...,.. Layton, Eileen Virgirua ,..,..... , , ......... 49, Layton, Wayne ,,,,,,,,,l.,...,...,...,,. Y,,,,,lYY...........f,Y.VVY LaBlanc, Thomas Lewis ,, Leckrone, Linnie Ruth ,.,,i.,. ,,YYY,YY 6 7, 98, Lee, Harold Loren ,,,,,..,.... Lee, Larry, ,,r,,,,,,..,,,,ll...... .. Lee, Maxine Louise ,....... Leedy, Larry .....YYYYY..l....... Lees, Beatrice Jean .........,,, ,,49, 105, 49 - y 125, Lees, Jean , .V.,,,,, l...... ......Y.YYVYV.... -----AA--- A - 67- Leighton, Myrtle Jean ,,,...... ff,fffff, , Lescody, Margie Ann YY.,4.,,,.. ---'-------- Leslie, Naomi Elaine ,,.r,.... Levingston, Donald ............ Levingston, Theodore Jon ,,,,,,,, .....f,fffaA 49- Lewis, Donna June. ..........Yffffff-4 - --A---,-- . Lieber, Janet ,..4..............,,,,,,,,. .. Lightle, Sandra i..i.........,,,,,.,,,., ,,.,,,------ Lilly, Robert ......... ....e...eeee,e..l.............,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, A... .......,,,,,,.f..-.-- Linebaugh, Judith Ann ,. W H , 100, 102, 110, 116, 118, 123, 133, 21 List, David .....,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,...,1........,,.,,,,,,,,,YY,,,,,, ..Y,...,............,-.,,,--- Livingston, Erroll ,,.,,1..,,............,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,A4,......... --,,..-,,A,,,A. Loar, Gene. ..,.,,,,,,,,.i.i........... Lohrman, George, Jr. ,,,,, , Lohrman, Robert ..........,, Long, A. B. ,,,,,,.,,....... . Long, Joyce ,,,,.,i .,,,,,.. Long, Judith Gae ,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,67, ATHANOR HEATING CO. - Fourth at Locust 3 SALES AND SERVICE PHONE 6969 For All F orms of Heating Equipment COAL OIL CAS Congratulations To The Class of ,54 NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORE 25-27 South Park Place NEWARK, OHIO 49- JOHNNY BROWN PHONE 9473 202-204 W. Main St. Newark, Ohio PERSONALIZED INSTALLATION CUSTOM DESIGNED FLOORS AND WALLS Linoleum - Asphalt - Rubber Plastic - Cove Base a Specialty C6 Gblhzst Qiiphulsiering Slings: gill! yefxiarlf' Congratulations ARTISTIC Class of '54 UPHOLSTERING SHOP B 8' L MOTOR 1648 GRANVILLE ROAD F R E I G , I N C . fAt Dugwayj Phone 6464 Newark, Ohio 171 Riverside Drive Newark, Ohio Lookenott, Sherriann ........... ..VY..4. Loughman, Carol Jean ...........Y.....,,4,..A,...4.............. .......Y Loughman, Jacqueline .....v,,,,,,,,44..................vYYVYY.YYY. .....Yff Loughman, Jerry ...................... - ..... ....-..-.-.. .......... ---.. Loughman, Shxrleg Jcan .....,,,,, ......,.V..VYVYY-.Y Love, Mary Eliza eth ....Y,,,,,v, ...........,., 6 0, Love, Richard Eugene ,,,,.,,, .,.Y.... 6 7, 144, Luke' ciiai11eSi""'Eii""' 'O f Congratulations To EEZHIZQ, 5aEg13n .,,,,, f fliiji' ...,........,........ j55j1'j55jEg,' uset ', in a .............,,,,, ,............. ...............v,, ,,,Y., , Lusetti, Mary Jo ,,,.,,,,.,.,, .i........ 1 9, 50, 98, 106, 120, Class of 1954 E335 Mgggggmggn --Ae-fe-' ---------------'-------------- 7 5, 117- Lust,, Charles Alvin i,..i 1 ,,i..,,.., ..........., 5 0, Lybarger, James Dale ,i...,.... ,........... Lybarger, Phyllis ,..,..,.,...,....., ,,..i.,,,i,. Lyons, Jack Page ,...,,........ ,...,.,,, 1 5, Eyans, games .,...,.......... ..,......... y e, ue ....,...,......... ....... ii...... Mc ' S I McBride, Gail ,.,,,,i.,...,iii.,i.....i,..,i..,i.. .............ff......,. McCament, Edward Alvin ,,....,.... ....... 7 5, 101, McClain, Gerald Kenneth i....... ................,......... McClain, Larry ,..,i.,..,................ ,,,....,,.,,.........., . McCleary, J. S ......i................. ,.,,fYf............ D ' a. I c c: . cConne , ic ar i..... ..... .,i..............,,,,.. O' Mcgorii, gogothifb ......,,,,.,,, ......., 3 2, 1355, Mc or , a s uise .,.....i, ......,....i., , McCoy, Robeix Ellis ........... .......... 6 7, Mcgrearvf Pauline ,.....,.,. ...i... 7 c ree, ames .............,..,.... ......,,,, , , McCrillis, Newell ,,...,..,.......... ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....., McCaulsky, Nancy Lee .......... ,,..,.,,,f.f,. 6 0, . McCullough, Patricia ,............. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., , Corner Walnut and Third Mgggggghfdgoaggi Dean f-------------,-----,-,,,,,,,,,,, .-.-------. 5 0, Mcgonaig, .Bohn15:055EE111Q1Q1156,'"55fii6fRi'i'5Q 'W c ona , ona ,,..,.ii....i...............,,,,,,,...,,................ , , PHONE 4053 Mcmifresn, Ann Elizabeth s........sss,ss.,.,,.............,,s..., so, 101, McE1fresh, Rodney ,... ,............. ,...,, .,,,.,........ - ...,..........,,.,..,,,,.. McFarland, Diane .....,.,......... McFarland, Mary Jane ......... McFarland, McGaughy, Willard ........................,, ...,,... - ....,,. Robert Harry ,,,............ ..- ........ .......,..,. McGlone, Margaret Jacquelyn ........... McHenry, .,,.....67, J ack Edwin ........,....,.,...,. .. McKendrick, June ................,,,,.,v,.. .....-- - -37 McKiernan, David Phillip .....i..,, .,.4,..... 7 5 McLaughlin, Carole ,,.....,..,.......... ..,....... 9 3 McLaughlin, Philip ....................,,,Y ,Y..Yv..V...-- 7 5 McMannis, Mary Marlene ,...,,,,., ......,........-. 5 1 McMannis, Stanley Owen ,,,,,,,,...... ...........A..... 7 5 McManus, Richard Frederick ........., ...,...... 5 1, 108 McMillen, Ted .........,..,......................... ..,...,. ........,............. 3 9 McRee, James Lynn ,.,,................., ,.................,,44,,., 7 5, 161 McVey, Donald Lee ,,l,.,.............. 163, 144, 164 McVicker, Phyllis Harlene ........ .,...... ........,,.,,,li,,..,,..,,., 7 5 M MacDonaugh, Thora ........l,,,,,,,,,,,.. MacFarland, C. Ronald ........,,,,, Macklin, Ann ,... ..................... Maddux, Loretta Jane ......... Maidel, Janice Arlene ......... 144 105 MaJersak, Roman. ,,,.....,........... ......,,.,..,.,. Makris, Alexandra Mary ........,, ,,,,,,,, 6 7, Makris, Nick ,.....,....,.,...,......,........... . l.,,......... 81 Malherbe, Myra Jean .,,,......,,,,,,...... ...,.....l.,,,,,.,,..,....,,, 6 7 Malherbe, Rosemary Louise ,,.,.,,... ...,.....,....,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,..., 6 7 Manchester, Doris Diane ........,,,,,. ,,,...........,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7, 106 Mann, Robert David ......,......,..., 98, 123, 157 Manson, Georgia Pauline ....,,.., Mantonya, Doiores Ann .........., 98 Mantonya, Phil ,,,,......,.... .......... ,.,..l,..,,,,,,,, 8 5 Markle, Sharon Kay ..,,,.......... ,,.,,,,. 7 5, 108 Marmie, William ......................... ..,,..,,,l,., 8 5 Marriott, Robert Eugene .......,. .,.... , l.l,......, 7 5 Martin, Jerry Thomas ,.,,.,,........ ,..,..,,,., 6 7, 114 Martin, Mary Margaret .,,....... ........... 7 5, 108 Martin, Nancy Ann ..........l,,.... ,,,..........,..... 7 5, 101 Martin, Patricia Lou ........,,,,.. ..75, 108, 124 Martin, Saundra Belle l,..,,,,. ,................,..,,,., 7 5 Martin, Teresa Mae ........,,.,,,, ........... 7 5, 108 Marquis, Jane Ann ,,,...,.... ,.,,,,,,,............ 7 6 Mason, James Ronald .....,..,,. ...... - ...... - .76 Mason, Karla Ann ...,.,.,...........,,.........,.,,,,,,,....,...,. ,,,,,..,.... 7 6, 117 Mason, Violet Ann ....,..l..,....,.,..,,,.........,,.,,,,,........,.,,,,,,,,...,, 67, 168 Matthews, Floyd Roger ,,...... 51, 106.144, 145, 148, 150, 157 Mathews, Saralee .,....., ...,,,,..,....,.,,,,,,,,.,....,,,,.,..,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 5 1, 141 Mathys, Danny ...,,.,........,,,,,..... .. ..,,,,,........,.,,,,,,,,.... ................,,... . 89 Mauller, Arthur Thomas ....,,,,, ,,,,..,, 5 1, 114 Mawhorten, Robert ..,,,,.......,,,,,, ,.... ............, 9 2 Mayhew, Richard Eugene ....,.., Meadows, Alice ....,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,ll,, Meadows, Virginia Lea ,...,.,,., Ashcroft Machine 8. Supply Co. 184 Wilson St. Phone 4442 MACHINE WORK - WELDING METALLIZING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES Congratulations To The Class of 1954 . L. ART 18 North Park Place DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Congratulations To The Class of 1954 BETTY GAY 29 North Third Street Phone 3996 Betty Coffman, Mgr. Congratulations To The CLASS OF 1954 BEVERLY SHOP 19 South Park Place Congratulations To The Class of 1954 Bruckner ond Moody Complete Auto Service 493 Mt. Vernon Road Phone 86443 Newark, Ohio HOLMOUIST ELECTRIC Electric Appliances and Motor Repair Parts and Wringer Rolls for All Makes of Washers Congratulations Class of 1954 115 North 25th Street Phone 8756 Compliments YELLOW CAB CO. Compliments Of WOLFE TIRE SHOP Compliments Of HOTEL WARDEN Compliments of Sowyer's Market 393 East Main Street PHONE 9621 THE PHIL VOGELMEIER COMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Phone 5063 Meharry, Wanda Mae 1.....v,, ,A.....-, 7 6, Melick, Forest .,1........,,1...... . MeLoy, Shirley 1................. Melton, John ..,........,,,........... . Melton, Robert Charles, .,.,.... Mercer, Myrna Log ,.....Y,,11......,Y ,.... Meriwether, Virginia Ann .....,,,,....,,,,,......f,,,1.....,,.,,,4... Messimer, Nancy .Y,,..........1......f,,,.....Yf,,,,,....-,,v,,.4.....f,,,.... Messina, Patricia. ,,,,,.......,........,,,... ,,,,,. ,,,,4....,,.,,A,.. . . . Metcalf, Jack ,,,........,.,,.T....,,, ......Y,,,, 5, 1, 102, 111, 115, Metcalf, Joanne ..,,1.......,,,,.......,,.......,,,,,.....,.,,. ....,,,,,,..... Metchalf, Patricia Emeline .,,,,,..... 67, 105, Meyer, Rodney ..,,.L,,r.......,,,......,,,, ...,,.,,.,......,,,, . Mike, Dorothy Jane ......,1,...... ...,,........., 6 7 Miller, Albert Eugene ...r,.. ......,.,,.. Miller, Carolyn Marie. ,..,.. ,.........,,,, . . Miller, Charles Harry .,,r,i,.. ,........ 5 2, Miller, Donna Jean .....,,,. ........,,,, Miller, Emma Melissa ,,,1... ......, Miller, Harold ....,,,,r,......,,,.,.... .,,,.... Miller, James Frederic ,........ ........,,,. Miller, John r...,,,,,,...... ..,.,...... ..........,,, . . . Miller, John William .,,..,.... .1..,..., 5 2, Miller, Larry Jo ..,......,,,... .......,,,.. Miller, Marilyn Ann ,,,,...... .,,,,,,, Miller, Marilyn Ruth .,,...... l........, .,,.,. Miller, Mildred Irene. ,.,,,....,,, ,,,........,,.,... . Miller, Philip. ..,,,..,........l........,l,..,. ,,.......,.,,l........ . Miller, Raymond Bernard .,,,,,.. ,,,,,l,. 6 7, 144, Miller, Ronnie ..,,,,.,.....,.,.,.....,, 1. .....,,,,.l,..... .Y Miller, Walter .....,,.,........,,...... .....,,,,.l.... Mills, Corwin ....,,,r,........,,...... Mills, Daniel .....,,,,,.....,.,,,,.......,, Mills, Martha .....,,.A........,..,........,,.l Miner, Kenneth Richard ,.,....,,,, Minton, Gerald ....,A........,.,l....,,,,.,,,.. Miracke, Donald Raymond, .,,,,. . Mitchell, Bill ,.,...... ,,i,.......,,,,......,,,, . Mitchell, Larry ..,,,,.......,,,,,....... .,.,, Mohler, Margaret Ellen ,,i...... ...., Monroe, Raymond ,,l.........,l. , Montgomery, Delores ...,.,l., , Moody, Joe ,,,,......,..,,,,,........,,i ,,,,, Moore, Charles Arthur ....,,l.,. ...,,, Moore, James A.............,.......,,, Y Moore, James Neil ,.,.....,,. ..... Moore, Rebecca ........,,,... Moore, Robery Guy ...,,... , Moore, Shirley Ann ......,,, ,,,.. Moore, Thora Louise .....,,,, Moorehead Robert Gerding ,...,... Moran, William Everett ............ ................ 6 8 Morehead, Joyce ,,,,................... .YfY-...YfYfYfYfYf 3 5 Morehouse, Terry Tim ....,..,, ...... 7 6, 109 Morgan, Louada, ............,,.,,,. ...A 30 , 124 Morlen, Connie ,v,................r, ........,--------- 85 Morman, Mary Lou .,.. ,,,,,,,,,,Y .YYYY,Y,Y,Y,Y,V,Y,Y,V-. 7 6 Morris, Robert Melvin ,,Y,,,,Y,YVY. ,..,,Y,YVYY,Y,Yf 7 6, 101 Morrison, Barbara Lynne ,,,...,. Y,YVY,, 6 8 110, 124 Morrison, Kathleen ..,.,.. .,Y.Y,,,,, ,Y,.,.,.....Y-......... 3 5 Morrison, Robert ,,.......,i,.,.,..,,, Y,Y,Y............ 1 57 Morrison, Shirley Ann. ..,.,,.. ..............., 5 2 Morrow, Betty Louise .....,, .................. 6 8 Morrow, Carol Jean ....,,.,... .......,. 5 2, 101 Morrow, Merle ,,,,........, .......i..,.,, ..,...,,..,,,,,.,,,....,..... 8 5 Mosher, Marjorie Ann ,,ii,,,Y, ..,,,,,,,,............i..i,,i.,,,, 7 6 Moss, Gwendolyn ,.,.............i.,., ...........i,,,,,............,,.i,,,4 7 6 Mossman, Beverly Ann ....,... .,...,,,, 7 6, 104, 116 Moss-man, Jeenette ,.,,....,,,,.,. .......,..,,,,.....,......,...,,., 8 5 Mossman, Jerry ............,,,,, ,,............,.,.,,,,..,..... 8 1 Mossman, Shirley ....,..,,,,,, .,,.........,...,,,,,,,,.,.., 8 5 Mount, Nancy Jane .....,.,, 116, 124 Mount, Sharon ...,.,,,,....... ,.,,,Y............,Y,Y.,,...., 8 1 Myer, Florence ..,.,,,,... 168, 169 Myers, Brent ........,.i,............, ,,,.......,....,.,,,,,.,,,, 9 3 Myers, Carol Jean ,,..........i,,,... ......i.i,,........... 5 2 Myers, Connie ,........,.........,,,.,....., .,...,,,i,,,,..,,., 8 5 Myers, Delcie Elizabeth ,,,........ ..,..,,,,,,,, 7 6, 167 Myers, Marilyn Kay ....,...,,,,. ...... ,,,,, 7 6 , 117 Myers, Martha Delores i...,,,,. ,......,,..,,,,,,.., 6 8, 109 Myers, Patricia Ann .........,. 108, 124 Myers, Terry ,,,,,,.......,,,,,,,. ..,,,,, ,,,,,,...,.....,,,,,,,..... 8 1 N Nagy, Monte ,,......,.,,,...,,.,,,,,.......,,,,,., ..........,.,,,,,,,.......... 8 1 Naylor, Nancy Ann, ...l,,,,,,..,..,,,, ,,,,..........,,,,,,,.....,,....,. 6 8 Negele, Gary Eugene ....,,,,..,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,...,. 7 6 Neibarger, Donna Marlene .... 124, 168 Neighbor, Mary Ann ...,..,,........, ,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 6, 160 Neighbor, Nancy ....,,,,,,,.....,,,,.. ,,,,....,,,,,,,,..., 6 3, 167 Nelson, Doris ,,.,, ,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 4 1 Nelson, Jack ....,,,,........,,,,,....,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, 1 54 Nelson, Roland Edward ...,,,,, 'Q ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 0 76 Nelson, Shirley Ann ,,,,....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Nelson, Terry John ,.,,..... 144, 146 Nerny, Carolyn ,.......,,,... ...,,,,,,,,,,,..,..,...,.,, 6 8 Nethers, Charlotte ,,,..... ,,,,,,,,, 8 1 Nethers, Jerry ,.......,,,. ,,,,,,,,, 8 5 Nethers, Mary ....,,,,. ,,,,,..,, 8 5 SHOP AT WILDMAN'S FRIGIDAIRE P. SMITH SONS LUMBER COMPANY Mule Hide Roofing Balsam-Wood and Rock-Wool Insulation Curtis Mill Work-Blue Ribbon Paints A Compliments to CLASS 1954 THE SHOE BOX 25 East Church Street "Home of F amous Name Shoes" 302 to 602 Savings, Always! STAR DRY CLEANING ALL GARMENTS INSURED' AGAINST FIRE AND THEFT 49-51 East Main Street Next to Warden Hotel Congratulations from Helen Vogelmeier's 10 Arcade Compliments Superior Auto Ports ond Machine Co. 201-205 West Main Street SMITH Compliments of STAR MARKETS Nethers, Mary Ann ...4,,...... Nethers, Mary Eleanor ,,...... N th rs Velm Jane ,... e e , a Newcomb, Sally ......,.,A........,.. Newell, Betty Rosaline .........,. Newman, Judy .........,,.l.........Yl. Nichols, Janet Montez ...,.....,. Nichols, Joyce Irene .... ....,... Nichols, Mary Carollee ....,...... Nichols, Ruby Ann ..........,.,.. Norris, Betty Louise .....,., Norris, Floyd William .,,,,.... North, Arletta Mae .....,.,,,.. Northey, Cora Mae ...,,,,, Northrup, Barbara ...,.... Northrup, Judy ............ Null, Diana Dee .......,,, Null, Judith ,.........,.,,,,. Null, Linda Sue ,...,,,,., Null, Shirley ...,,,,..... Oaixnan, Oatman, Oatman, O'Brien, O'Brien, O'Del1, Larry Lee .......,....., ....,.........,..............,,.i,.............,,........ 68 118 144 Oder, David Eugene ..,.......... Oder, James Russell .,............Yi,.. ..............................,. i Neal R .....,......,,. .....,,Y., 2 0, 64, 68, 98, Oder, Robert Lynn .....,...,........,.,,..... ,........,..,........... 7 6, Offenbaker, William Bruce ..t,....... ....... 1 08 Ogle, Alice .......,.........,..,,...........,,.i.. """65QU55"" ffffffflss, ffffflfiafmq 0 Carol Lois ..................t........,.s........,i.... 68, 99, Clara Elizabeth .......,,...... 20, 53, 102, 103 Harold ,.........,,,,.... .......,...........,...........,i.,.,..........,, 53, 115, Y20, '16, Gloriann .....,,,,,.........,,,.........,,A.........t..,..........,..,, 116, 0'Hara, William Stanford ......... .......,..,.............. i Oliver, Betty Joan ..,,,.,.............i Oliver, Michael ...........,,.......... Oliver, Jesse S .......,,.,.,,...,... Oliver, Larry Keith ,......... Ohnstesd, . William ..,...... Olp O P rr, Orr, Orr Orr Orr Orr , 1 1 1 , oris E ....... ...... .. Dorothy Louise ,......... Jo Ann ..,..,,,,...,......... Nancy .,..,t,,.,,.,....... Paul Franklin ,........ Ronnie ......... .,,..,,,,.. i,.. Shirley Jeanne ,,..,,,,. . Otterman, Yvonne Rae ....... Ours, Joyce Mae ..,..,...... n.fffff65Q ..,ifffffff.,ss, ....,,.,.ea, 109, Congratulations to the Class of 1954 RICHARDSON GLASS SERVICE 211 Rugg Avenue PHONE 4486 Taste Tells The Goodness of SPRING - HILL Quality Beverages Compliments Of CLEANING COMPANY 1 Cf' Gladys L. Richardson, Mgr. WG llS!.IR'AllC! L. REAL ESTATE Arcane Bl-iq, - Chow: 3700 NKWARIMOHIO I IwYXlQ!fQIL'l'Iflr4, 20 North Fourth Street Phone 6658 NEWARK, OHIO Compliments Of POUNDS FLORISTS Corner Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone 5013 8 Compliments Of PLAlNE'S Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Established 1898 South Second St. Newark, Ohio GEORGE PFEFFER CLOTHIER 44 North Third Street McGregor Sportswear Arrow Shirts and Underwear jockey Underwear Dobbs Hats Hyde Park Clothes Clippercraft Clothes Kenridge Slacks Compliments to the Class of ,54 J. M. Mitchell, Inc. HOME OF TIMELY CLOTHES Ours, Rose Arm ......YYYA.......,,Y,,,..... VYYVVV. 5 3, 105, 109. 124. 125 Owens, Norvagene Pearl ,t....... ...........fff--.---.--- 7 6, 108, 117 Oxley, Jay Spencer .....Yf.Y........ -----fY-Y-,-------f-----A--------- - '--- 63 Oxley, Tony .....,,.......ff.,..A...... ----------,'---------- 3 9 P Painter, Richard i.... ..Y.YYYvA..........VVA -f------- 9 3 Palmerton, Jacquelyn ,i........, ------ Parker, Don .,...........YY,, A....... ..YfYY ---------, P-arr, Donald ........,,,,,,........ ----------- Parr, Donna Maxine, ...... -------- 5 3. Parr, Roger Nell .Yi.,..... --------Y4A,-- Parr, Wayne Harry ......,YYY ----------AA--------' Parrill, Fred .....,,ii.........vYYi..... ----.-------Y,,4-------4, Parrill, Johnny Lewis ,i........' .........--.-Y-.A--f-.------- Parson, Virginia Lee ,.......... .......... 5 3, 109, Patrick, Mary Alice ,......... Patten, Sharla Winona. ...,,,, , Patterson, Charlene .,,,,,,,,,, Patterson, David E. ....,, , Paul, Cynthia L ........,,, Paul, Nancy Ann ,.,,,,,,, Pearce, Myron ......Y.,,,.,,...... Peck, Kathryn Ann ,....... Peck, Thomas ..,.,,i.,.............,.. Pederson, William R ....,..,,.,, A. Pennell, Norma Jean, ,,,,,i fffffffff..'76, e,.fff.,6a, Congratulations to the Class of 1954 Newark Lounclry Com po ny RUG CLEANING AND DRY CLEANING 120 Cedar Street PHONE 5086 89 85 76 126 76 76 85 76 1 12 68 76 93 108 76 1 16 108 68 8 1 109 68 164 167 85 1 13 125 93 93 76 76 Perrill, John.- .............,,,,,,.,,. ..,...........- - Perrin, Carrie Jean ,,,,,,.. ......,..,.l 6 8, Perrin, Mary Lou ,,,.,,,,...,. ......................,lY Perry Rita Faye .,,i,.............. .........,,,,.l,... 68 , Pethel, Janice Louise ........ ........, 6 8, 113, Pettit, Nancy ,,...............,,,,,,,, ...ee.,,.e .................., Pettit, James ...........,....,,,,,, .,,..........Y........... Pettit, Ruth Ann ..,....,,, ,,,...............Y.. Petty, David Lee .,,,,,,,,, .......... Phillips, Jerry ,.,,,,,,,,. .,,...,,. .......Y 6 Phillips, Linda Sue i,.,.................. ......,,,.,,,,,,,,,,..,..,,.............,........ 7 6 Phillips, Norma Jean ,,..........,,......,...,.,,,,,,,,,....,.....................,.... Pickering, Kenneth ...........,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,...,..,.................... 1 ....... 77 Pickett, Joan Elizabeth ..,, 54, 61, 100, 101, 102, 106, 116, 121 Pickering, Ivy ,....,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,..,.....,.............,..,,,,,,,,,,............,. 9 3 Pierpont, Charles William ,,,.,,,,,,,.....,................. .,.,,,..,..,,, 5 4, 114 Pierpont, Virginia Arr ,,,,,,..,,,,,,. ,,,,,,i.,,,. 6 8, 167 Pimm, Betty .,,,.,,.,,.,,,..,,..i,..,.,.... .,...,,,..,.............. 8 5 Piper, Janet Ellen .,..........,.. ,,,,,,,,.l.,,...... 7 6, 109 Plaine, Phylis Rosalie ....,.... ,,,.,.,... 6 8, 101, 121 Plants, Darlene June ......... .....,,...................... 54 Plants, Janet Sue .................,... ,,..,.... 68 , 106, 125 Plants, Ronald La Rue .......,. ..................,...... 6 8 o lltltnfi ,Hts 3 O OUT STREET -4 "In Continuous Operation Since 18769 Merrill R. Montgomery LUMBER AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES 130-138 North Cedar St. Phone 5035 Congratulations To The Class of 1954 MELTON'S DAIRY BAR 76 West Main Street MCMICHAEL Music Store 17 West Church Street Musical Instruments Music Lessons Television - Phonographs - Records Pianos - Organs Congratulations to the Class of 1954 McLEAN'S RESTAURANT Across From the High School Poff, Linda .....f,f,,,1,,.. Poff, Nancy Lou ,,,.,,.. Poland, Karl .,Y,.,,1,11.,111 Porter, Bonnie Lou r,.,.... Porter, Connie Sue ,.,,..,,... Pound, James William. ....... Pound, Mary Ann, ............ Pound, R. A .,.................... Pound, Rosie ....................... Powe, Robert Lee. ............... . Powell, Bonita Lorene ........ Powell Powell Price, Price, Price, Price, Priest, Priest, , Sharron ................. , Terry Lee. ........ John ....................... Patricia ..................... Shirley Jean ........... Virginia Mae .....,,,. Carol Joyce .......,.,, Irwin Lee .,,..,,.,,.,,v,,,, Prouty, Richard Ross .....v.,,, Pruett, Pryor, Pryor, Purks, Dennis Ray ..,..,,,,,,, Andrew ,,,,,,.r.,,,Y,,,,,, Fred ,.,.,i.,....,r.,...,....,,, Jacqueline Lou ,,,,,,,, Pursley, William Clark ,,.,,,,,,, Quack, Queen, Queen, Q J ocye Ann ...........,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, Eleanor .......,,.,v...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Joseph William ,,,,,,,,,,,,, R ....iflffffIfffQffQQff..6s ..........64, sa, 99. ,,......54, 113, 157, ......54, 61, 100, 11IQf1f65Q"'i65,"'144, 109 98, 111.79 Rada, William Frederick ...,,,.,.,,.,,,,,,, Radwell, Frances Louis .,,,.,,,,v,,,,, 54 , , , , Raison, Marilyn Sue. .....,..,,,. ...,,,,..,.............,... 5 4, 61, 127, Ralston, Trent Haas ,.,...,, ,,,,,,,..,.,............,.....r,,..,,,, 7 7, Ramsey, Carl Dean ........... Ramsey, Jo Anne ,........,.. Rauck, Frank Oliver ......... Ray, Toby Ann ............... Rector, Marlene ...,..,... Redman, Earl ,..,....,...,.......,.. Redman, Gladys ,,.....,..,....,.,.,. Redman, Patricia Jane .....,,.... Redman, Ruth ,..r,....,,.,...r.,.,,,,, Redman, Ruth Marie ............... Redman, Verla Darlene ,...,,,.. 54, 101 102 103 118 54, 9 .. mise: ., , ' .art 5, fri, MAYBOLD SHOES 32 South Third Street EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR B. F. COODRICH FOOTWEAR Ridenbaugh, Carolyn Sue ,.,,,,,4,.... .,,,,..,.............,,,Y4. MARTIN Music Center 31 Arcade LESSONS, SALES, RENTALS REPAIRS, CROSLEY TELEVISION The LICKING LAUNDRY CO. Dry Cleaning Rag Cleaning Furriers PHONE 4045 The Home of the Iumbo Hamburger L- K DRIVE IN 85 Mt. Vernon Road Phone 5850 Congratulations to Class of 1954 - MODERN - EFFICIENT - DEPENDABLE R LAUNDRY LAND LAUNDERRITE I ndioidual Washings PHONE 2289 50 N. Eleventh St. Newark, Ohio KREAGER'S 7 So. Park Place Newark, Ohio PHONE 4347 Compliments of KINNEY HARDWARE 403 West Main Street Newark, Ohio Reed Barbara Lou ....,,... fff,,..........-..f4-f-- Reed Carl Allen ,.......,,, Reedz James ..,,4..........,4 ....-. Reed Paul Richard ,,,...... , Reed Robert ,...........V..... Reel,' Beverly Jane ,..,...,, Reel, Clyde Thomas. ..,.,,., ., Reese, Mary Alice .....,,,, Reese, Nancy ,,...............,.......... ..,,,,,.20, 21, 54. Rehbeck, Gary .........Y,.,............,,. .........,,...,.. Rehbeck, Timothy Andrew .,,, .......,,68, iii Reichley, Marlene ..,,,..........,,,... . ...f...,Y,,.,.....- - Renner, Phyllis ..V.,,,.l.........,,L.,. Renner, Shirley Ann ...,,,.., Renner, Thelma ...............lL Rexroth, Mary ..............l.l.... Rey, Evelyn Eileen ,..,. ,........... Rhodes, Kenneth Byron ........., ...... Rian, Joyce Ann ...................... Rice, Frances ......,,,,.,,,l........., Rice, Frank ..,.......,L,,,,,,....... Rice, John ,.........,,,L,,L,...........,, Rice, Ralph E. ,,.., ...,...........,,,,,,l... Rice, Richard Atwood .....,,,.,,.,..... 551' Richard, Donald Lee .....,l.,,.l,,..,...... Richcreek, Franklin Merrill ,l....... Richardson, Carol ..........,.........,...............,,l.,.................. Richey, Marlene Yvonne, ,...................,,,,................. Richey, Mary Jane ......., .,,,.l..,...,.............,L,l.............,,..... Richmond, Cynthia Barbara ,,.. 68, 105, 116, 124, Rickus, Pauline ,.....,..,..............,..............,..,....... ..........L,..l Riddella, John ,................,L,,,,.,,,.,.............,,.............,LL,,..... 104, 1 Ridenbaugh, Floyd Stanleyo Ridenour, Martha Ann ,,.. .,,,,,,,, Riffle, Donna ,Ll...............,...L,,,,, ,,.,..........,..,,,l.............,,,,,,, Riggs, Lois Seasholes ...,.,,,., ,55 Riley, Clement Leroy ..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,......,,,,,,.,,,.,....,......,. ffQ1QfffffffIf55,"I6li,"'I6i 98, 102, 106, 108, Riley, Don ..,,,.l,,....,,,,l,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,. .,........,,,,,,.,..,.........,,,, Rine, Beulah Jean ........,,,,.,,, Rme, Dorothy ..,,,...........,,,,,,,,,.,.,. ,,.... Ritchey, James Patrick ,,.,.,,,,, Ritchey, Ronald Lee .... - ,.....,,, ,..., Ritter, Frederick Clifford ...,,,, Roach, James Warren .......,., Curtis Hamilton ....... ....... 6 8, Roberts Robert, Roberts, Roberts Roberts y James Harry ........, Kay ..................... Sherrie ,,,..,.,..,., Tittica ....,...,. ,.,.,,,,,68, 116, "Say It With Flowersv Compliments of Kent Flower Store 43 North Fourth Street Phone 6523 Ornamental Railings - House Beams Fire Escapes - Lentals - Steel Fence Burning - Welding KALTEK CO., INC. Builders of All Kinds of STRUCTURAL STEEL and BRIDGE WORK 157 West Poplar Avenue Congratulations to the W. W. Greer Newark, Ohio fi sl HERMANN'S present the CLASS OF 1954 BLUES W h a t c o ul d be smarter for the class 2 Class of 54 PHONE 3171 Robertson, Edna May ............. .,,,,,.,,, 6 8, 154, 167, Robinson, Glenn Eugene ........,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, Janet Eloise ........,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, June Ann ,,,..,......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robinson, Nancy Ellouise ........ ,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 7, Robinson, Paul Edward ........ .,,...,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 , Robinson, Phyllis ,,,,.,,.,,............. .....,.,.,.......,,.,,,,,,,..,,.., Roderick, Doanld Presley .......... ...,....... 6 8, 114, 157 Roeder, Raanon Albert .......... ....,,.,,,,,...,,,.,,,,,,,,,.. Roeder, Roger Joseph ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roeder, Roland ,,,....,,,,,,,,.,........ ......,.......,..,,,,,.......,.,..,,,.,,..,.. Rogers, Charles ..,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,...............,...,..........,............,,.,,...,..,., Rogers, Rebecca ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Rogers, William Blackburn ,,..,. 52, 102, 111, 116, 119, Rfomine, Edmond ,.,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i, Romine, Sherman ,...,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Roof, David Alan ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 7, Rose, Noreta Jane ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,...,,.,,,,,, Rose, Ralph Michael John ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,ii,,,,,,,i,,, Rose, Robert .,,,,,,..,,........,...,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, Roth, Dale E., Jr., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 5 5, 77, Roth, Richard ,,,,,,,,.....,,.....,.,.,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 63, Russell, Julia Ann ,,,,,,,.. Ryan, Mary Claire ,,,,,,,, Ryder, Grace B .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, S Salyer, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, Sanders, Donna Pauline ,,,,,,,, Sanders, Linda .....,..,.......,,.,,, Sawyer, Beth ,,.,,,.,.....,......., S tt J L carre , ames ee ,..,.,. Schiber, Charles ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schlosser, Mary Ellen ....,... Schlosser, Ronald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schultz, Donald Eugene ,,..,,,, Schworm, Zona Louise .....,,,,, Scott, Donald Eugene, ...,,,. 69, 167, iss, ..........s9, 69, 55, X X 7644l?f:7.0l07L ,,,,,,i5Qffjg,,,m of 1954 to wear for commencement an d future best dressed occasions. HAYNES BROS. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY Established 1894 12 East Park Place . . 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Second St. PHONE Newark, Ohio 2054 Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith - Rosetta ..,.. .tt.............,,,,... Russell Corbin ...,,,,,,, Stanley .V,t,,.,..........,,Y,.. Thomas Allen ..,,,,,,,, Vernon, ,,.,..........,,,,,,,,... .. Walter Bryan ,,,Y,,,s,,,....,w, .YY,,YV,VY, .,....YY,,..........-..Y Smucker, Margaret Ruth ,.....,,,, Snelling, June YA........V,YY,,,..,......, Snelling, Linda .......,Y.,,,,..,....- Snoor, Carolyn Jean ,,,.,.... Snoor, Roseanna .....,t,,.,......... Snyder, Freddie ........,t............, , Snyder, Mary Louise ............,s Somerville, Barbara Jean .,,, '77, 101, 117, 10 111 115 122 Southard, Jack Franklin .... 56, 98, 2, , , . Spangler, Jatnes ..,.,................,YY,,A.....,,..,,,,..,..........V ,VY...Y.,,.... 8 9, Spangler, Nancy Joann .......,,,,,,.,..,,,t.,,,,t,,. 37, 56, 61, 98, Speer, Sue ,,,,.........,,.,,.t..........,. ,,,,,,,,l03, 106, 116, Spring, Spellman, John ...,,,,,t,...... 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St. Onge, Ann ............,,,,,,,,, ........., 7 8, Stedman, Carol .................,.,., ......,..,,,t, Steed, Emma Louesa ,,........, ,,,....... 6 9, Steele, Shirley Ann ............. ,,,,,..... 5 7, Steinberger, P. ,,................. .,............ . Stevens, John Orville ,,,.,... Stevens, Ruth ,,ll,.....,.............,......, ........... Stewart, Martha' Morgan ,,.,.,,,,, ........ Stockdale, Phillip Leroy ...,...... ,..,,,,.,,....... 7 8, Stockdale, Richard Lee ,,,,,,,.,, ,.........,,,,,,,...,,......l, Stoeckman, George ..............,,,,, ......, 2 7, 99, 100, Stonebgrner, Chalmers ,,ll,,..,. CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1954 35 West Church Street The Latest in Books, Greeting Cards, School Supplies Iust off the Square But on the Square W' ith You BEST WISHES DASONS JEWELERS, 20 West Main St. PHONE 9573 Compliments Of CRYSTAL COAL CO. COAL THAT SATISFIES FRANK and HARRY IMHOFF Phone 4044 South First Street Congratulations C R I S S B R O S. 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Stump, Ronald ..,. 1,,,............,,, ..........,,,.....................Y,.,V,,Y 7 8 , Sturm, Patricia Ann .......,. ,,,Y,,..... Styers, Ralph Emory ..,.,...,,,.. ,.,,.......,.....,,,...,. ....... Sullivan, Melvin Gene ,,....,.. ,,A.,,.S.........,..,1.,..V............ Sullivan, Ronald S .........,,,,. ,...,,,,, ,......... ......,,,............... Sutphen, John Hayes ....,,,,,, ,. ,...,,,, 78, 101, 111, 119, Swan, Linda, Johann-a ,,,,,,,,... ,,,.,,.........,,,,,,,............. 7 8, Swan, Norma Jean .,,,l,,,,,,, ,,,...,,..,,,,,,,,.........,,. 5 7, Swart, Ronald ..,, ,,Yl.,.....,,,,,,,,,.,. ,,YY...............,, Swick, Larry Joseph ..,.,,,,,.,,...., ,,,,,.,... 20 , 64 Swisher, Barry Deck ..,.,,,........,... ............ 5 7, Swonger, Shirley Marlene ........ .......,,,,... T Taft, Kathleen ,,.....,,,,,,,,,..,... .,,,,, , 1 . Taggart, Richard Eugene ,,.,,,, Taggart, William ,,...,..,,,,,,,..,.,. Tague, Patricia Ann ..,..,,,,,, Tanner, Patricia Ann .,..,,,,, ,,,,,,, Tate, Helen Louise ,,.......,,,,,,. ....,...,,. Tate, Mildred Lucille .......,.,,,,,,. ,.,,..... 7 8 Taylor, Charles Frederick ,,,,,,,. .,,,.,,....... Taylor, Clara ,.,,.,.....,....,,,,....,,...... ...,,l.,,l.,,,,,,. Taylor, Fred ...,....,,,,,.......,,,.,......, ,,.,.....,...,.,,.,.......... 6 9, 114 Taylor, Freda ......,,,,,......,..,,...........,.,,l,l.,............,,,.,,,.,................ Taylor, Margaret Eloise ,,.,,,,....... 57, 61, 100, 102, 107 Teuscher, Robert Frederick .......... .,.,,,,,,,........ 2 2, 57, 144 Teuscher, Thomas Alfred ,,...,,.....,...,.....,,,,........,,. 78, 144, Thisely, Patty ,l.,,.......,,,,............,, ....................,.... Thompson, Bill ,,,........,,,,.,......, ....... ....... Thompson, Donna ...,... ,... Thompson, Gene ...,,,.. .... Thompson, Linda ..,, ,,,,.. Y... Tholnpson, Richard ,,,....., .,,,,...,............,,l.,.,........ 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