Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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.f' pf A- ' z , 'A' OZ A cf if jf fure rt wfff ive pf If If memfver these filing S Reveiue Annual enior High School Newark, Ohio 1955 Volume 45 Eclifor Business Afanager Charles F. Booker Norrna Stalker Editor briefs staff on tentative schedules. KOh, yeh?l Standing-Charles Booher. ln.. Seated from left to right, Row I-Curtis Roberts, Gina Buckey, Tom Cochran, Barbara Morrison, David Boyce. Row 2-Kay Buckey, Linnie Leckrone, Vicki Eis. Row 3-Ed McCament, Sandy lnscho, Jo Kramer, Dorothy Mike, Carol Hakwins. Pandemonium breaks loose in 213 asthe Reveille Review deadline nears. David Boyce Gina Buckey Kay Buckey Tom Cochran Assistant Joan Appel Mary Jane Baughman Carl Brooks Kay Buckey Susan Coelho Barbara Courson Sue Councell Carol Crist Nancy Dantord Pat Davidson Barbara Debevoise Kay Buckey Paul Clary Sue Councell Barbara Debevoise Barbara DYarrnett Jean Earley William Acklin Marilyn Boell David Brooks Sue Brooks Darlene Drumm Fred Wldrlg Georgia Zaras John Grant Patty Hamilton Larry Holmes Patricia Kunkle Sandra Lightle Lucille Lambert Walter Miller Jerry Nethers Editorial Staff Sandy lnscho Dorothy Mike Jo Kramer Barbara Morrison Linnie Leckrone Curtis Roberts Ed McCament Vicki Eis Business Staff Carol Hawkins, Typist Business Manager Linda Bosscawen Diane Denney Barbara D Yarmett Jean Early Vicki Eis Naomi Emerson Dave Evans Margaret Evans Joyce Fulk Janice Fulton Carol Hawkins Rosalie Hughes Patron Staff Naomi Emerson David Evans Margaret Evans Janice Fulton Carolyn Grady Carol Hawkins Carol Oatman Room Agents Patti Church Daniel Cochran James Springstor Marilyn Vogelmeier Peggy Harris James Diuguid Rowald Kappes Myrtle Leighton Sheron Powell Dorothy Rune James Reed Gina Buckey Carl Brooks John Anderson Carole Baird Linda Koblens Arlene Lane Margaret McGlone Barbara Morrison Nancy Mount Bonnie Porter Sherrie Roberts Mary Ryan Lee Se lers Jo Ann Shively Nancy Smart Bonnie Porter Connie Porter Cynthia Richmond Jo Ann Shively Nancy Smart Norma Stalter Ann VViley Rosalie Plaine Barbara Morrison Lee Sellers Jo Ann Shively Darrell Dick Martha Doughty Sandra lnscho Jo Kramer Marilyn 'Vlyers Robert Melton John Sutphen Lynn Snmross Marlene Richey Zona Schworrn 1 i i i ' I ' ,, A A L-MM, ,,. 4 we wi FWHM . fm,-Q. 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A v-xv, xc fvssi TOP LEFT S enlor class float TOP RIGHT Sophomore class float CENTER Queen Carol LOWER LEFT Junlor class float LOWER RIGHT Queen Carol stands wnh President J coronahon ceremomes Sue Councell looks on um Blalr 1 HOMECOMING OC Before the home Barr ER 22 game of October 22 Carol Hornby was crowned queen by James of Student Councnl Her attendants were Sue Councell Patncua Metcalf Jo Ann Shrvely and Janet Hendnckson They were escorted onto the field by the drum mayors who were at Newark Hugh nn former years The sensor class float won farst prnze of fnfteen dollars the qunuors won second prize ot ten dollars and the sophomores thurd of fnve dollars Newark won the game 25 to O. ff 1 Q ' . 1 i l . Q i . . ai TOB coming , ' , president ' , , ' ' , 9 T H E I S P I A N P L A Y Row l-Martin Frye, Carl Brooks, Dianne Freshour, Bill Offenbaker. Row 2-Ann Wiley, Nancy Smart, Claudia Holeton, Nancy Messimer, Gary Cochenour, Ron Glover, Kirby Gull, Tom Triplett, Linnie Leckrone, Margaret McGlone, Marilyn Myers. On November 22 and 23 in the high school auditorium the Thespian Troupe 1273 of Newark High School presented Papa Was a Preacher, dramatized by John McGreevey from the novel by Alyene Porter. The play was directed by Dorothy K. McCord, who was assisted by Patricia Metcalf, The cast was as follows: Papa lEdwin Porterl, Thomas Triplett, Groom, Ronald Glover, Bride, Nancy Smart, Mother lPearl Porterj, Lmnie Leckrone, Alyene Porter, Margaret McGlone, Edd Porter, Carl Brooks, Lucy Smith, Claudie Holeton, Jenny Smith, Marilyn Myers, Orley, Richard Wolfe, Janette Por- ter, Nancy Messimer, Raybon Porter, William Offenbaker, Helen Ludlow, Dianne Freshour, Cecil Porter, Gary Cochen- our, Miss Jonas, Ann Wiley, Jeffrey Cole, Martin Frye, and Hugh Porter, Kirby Gull. Christmas Assembly i fore students on December 17. Dr. Pressly McCoy recites Dickens' Christmas Carol be- Kirby Gull John Anderson Gary Brookhart and Neal OBrien admire the debate trophy they won at Canton McKunley on January 22 g Mr Boyd discusses vvuth Jean Lees her change of schedule be tween the fnrst and second se mester A regular avalanche of for schedule changes on Jan r 31 the turst day of e second semester students descend on the office Q ua y , ' th Remember Those CAN CAN beauTies'? They puT on a floor show aT The Tvvirp Dance, February l9. They are Tim Reh- beck, Don Roderick, Jack Weisant, Lee Klein, Tom TripleTT, Fred Taylor, Larry Swick, and MarTin Frye. 1? Hoff many Times since you sTarTed To NHS have you Thrilled aT The opening OT a baskeTball game? Here The 'CaTs of Max Douglas lump Tor glory and NHS. fl .Jerry Weaver MC makes h s enTry a la Gleason To sTarT Things rolling Tor The sophomore assembly Feb uar 21 The chorus ine looks uncomforTable THE 1954 BAND CONCERT The 1954 band concert was gnven Three performances the afternoon of Aprsl 21 and the evennngs of Aprtl 22 and 23 The affalr was under the dlrectnon of Myron Pearce The furst half of the program was com posed of numbers by the Beglnners Band wnth Judlth Kreager as student director e lntermedlate Band wlth Sonya Clark as stu Rhapsody Leldzen and the selected state contest number Pax et Labor Pares The concert contunued wnth June Toland playmg the trombone solo Loves Enchantment Pryor Ballet Parlslen, Offenbach whlch conslsted of Overture Valse Galop Valse and Funale a duet of flute Loss Rlggs and French horn Suzann Doughty playing Serenade Tntl the fantasy Park Avenue wlth Elame Croy slnglng the so dent durector and the Junvor Band wuth Kenneth Kung as director The program by the Newark Hugh Con cert Band read as follows the theme song Wonderful Copenhagen directed by Stu dent Dnrector Loss Riggs and Prlde of the Marunes Edwards also dlrected by Lois Riggs Mr Pearce then grasped the baton to dlrect on alternate nlghts the required state contest number Second Swedlsh lo a trombone fantasy Two Palrs of Slap pers Putman whuch featured the trom bone sectuon a novelty Johnny Peel Lzttle which featured Eddle Jones Basin Street Spencer a blues number featurlng Jerry Bnshop and the march Stars and Strlpes Forever Sousa The theme song concluded the program John McDonald acted as Master of Cere momes I3 STATE. fvlusfc, FINALS AP!-liz. 24,1754 3 I4 , Track Se TOM CASH BE ATS ONE OUT LEE KLEIN TOSSES THE SHOT PUT V0 aoo' ox X0 fufkeen SCXNO we X Vxexd HO Q0 K-QS Cats open season on Aprul I5 by defeating Zanesvulle Rosecrans 10 To 3 IR .m eex . a X0 wfx 30 ' 5 - o o9 O2 5500 ,,a1. ,,,, , -us W ' CHORUS CONCERT On the evening of May 4, 1954, the Newark High School chorus presented its fourteenth annual concert un- der the direction of Wendell M. Jones. The first group sung by the choir was "Al- mighty God of Our Fathers," James, and "Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light," Bach. The second group con- sisted of "Let the Words of My Mouth," Hyde, "Lead Kindly Light," Purday, and "Great God ot Wonders," Newton. Next Ruth Bieber- bach played a piano selec- tion. Virginia Meriwether and Barbara Hartman each sang solos. Mrs. Dwight Gibson, the former Martha Shimel of the Class or 1942, sang three se- i lections. A trio ot girls at one piano rendered a popu- lar Beethoven number. They were Ruth Bieberbach, Jean Lees, and Mary Carter. The choir then sang "Jacob's Ladder," Wilson, "Arise, O God, and Show Thy Might," Morgan, and "Jesus Our Lord We Adore Thee," James. The last selections sung by the chorus were "Cindy," Wilson, "Song of the Flea," Moussorgsky- Lorenz, "The Skaters," Waldteutel- Riegger, and "Benediction," Lutkin, and "Amen," Stainer. The program was then concluded with the "Crimson and the White." The mistress of ceremonies was Rose Ann Ours. A SUGAR MAPLE IS PLANTED ON SCHOOL LAWN MAY 12, 1954. MEN FROM ALBYNS SET IT IN PLACE. SENIOR CLASS PLAY On Friday, May 14, 1954, the senior class presented its play The late Christopher Bean, by Sidney Howard. It was staged in the school auditorium at 8:15 in the evening, Miss Dorothy K. McCord, faculty director, chose as her student assistant, Carol I I Knerr. The cast was as follows: Larry Green, Doctor Haggett, James Wince, Warren Creamer, John McDonald, Tallant, Frank lmhoff, Davenport, Jerry Bishop, Rosen, Lois Riggs, Ada Haggett, Fran- ces Radwell, Susan l-laggett, Sal- ly Willey, Mrs. Haggett, and ROSS Ann OUVS, Abbey. left to right: Rose Ann Ours, Lois Riggs, Sally Willey, Larry Green BACCALAUREATE The annual baccalaureate service was held in the high school auditorium on May 30, 1954, at two-thirty in the afternoon. The graduating class was escorted to reserved seats in the center section by Nancy Dantord and Carol Hornby while the Newark High School Instrumental En- semble, under the direction otMyron Pearce, played "Huldigunsmarsch," Grieg. The Reverend Howard E. Dyer ot the Christian Apostolic Church gave the invocation. Selected members of the high school chorus, under the direction ot Wendell M. Jones, then sang "How Lovely Are the Messengers," Men- delssohn. "Men Against the Stars" was the subiect of the ad- dress presented by the Rev- erend Dr. Hoyt Kerr, of the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Kerr reminded the candidates for graduation that the only people who were truly inter- ested in them were in the au- ditorium at that moment. Fol- lowing the address, the choir sang "Break Forth O Beaute- ous Heavenly Light," Bach. Mr. Dyer pronounced the benediction and the seniors filed from the room to the ac- companiment ot the Grieg march. Ushers were James Bair, Joseph Cunningham, David Bowden, John Jacobs, Paul Orr, Robert McGaughey, and Neal O'Brien. 17 SENIOR CLASS PICNIC Class holds picnic Sunset Club on May 31 1954 COMMENCEMENT A period of heavy rain and a day of leaden clouds preceded June 3 the time when the Senior Class of l954 marched to its commencement The day of June 3 Itself was a hectic one weatherwise The sun ran in and out of clouds all morning Rain came early in the afternoon By three oclock the sun was out again Finally the decision was made to hold the exercises at White Field Consequently at six fifteen oclock the senrors filed to their places ushered by Nancy Danford and Carol Hornby while the band played Pomp and Circum length of the field The Reverend Dr Hoyt Kerr of the First Presbyterian Church uttered the invocation As the band whirled into the final bars of Hollywood Serenade Davis a brisk rain tumbled down onto the natily dressed musicians and Sent them scurrying to shelter Mean while the graduates sat stoically in place to hear the opening remarks of Dr Samuel D Marble president of Wilmington College Dr Marble entitled his address The Proper Employment of Your Enemy As he spoke the sun came out As Mr Paul B Edwards stepped forward to present the annual awards the band shuffled back to their places the winds continued and more black clouds gathered in the west ln ad dition to giving awards Mr Edwards recognized the usual groups who generally get very little recognition during the school year the Honor Society Student Council the Reveille staffs and students with perfect attendance records Stacy Conrad president of the Board of Education then presented the diplomas after which Dr Kerr gave the benediction The band then struck up Pomp and Circumstance again and Nancy Danford and Carol Hornby led the class from the scene of activity As the class left the field a beautiful rarnbow arched out of the south eastern sky The rains came while spectators lunged out of the stadium This was the ninety sixth commencement exercise l, r E i ' 'I '1v..m:-.nc .. Y- ...W , g -' fs Y If at stance," Elgar. Black clouds piled up in the western sky. A stiff wind puffed through the .11 U I ' ! FINAL ASSEMBLY OF 1954 At one oclock on June 4 1954 the fnnal assembly of the school year 1953 1954 was held Proceedungs started wth a pledge to the flag Mr Multon Shearer then read passages from the Eplstles of St Peter after which he led the assem blage rn the Lords Prayer From this lnsplratlonal launching the program arrlved at the perlod of presenta tnon of awards A new award glven by the Veterans of Forelgn Wars was pre sented by Commander Paul Gales to Geof frey Ertksen for outstandlng sportsmanship on the fleld It was a magnlfucent trophy Next a years subscription to Reader's Digest was given Bev erly Chase as a re ward for her hnghest scholarshup percent age In the class A book award for ex cellence ID American h s ory g 1 v e n y John Fleek was pre sented t Thomas Hughes Followvng these presentations Garry Wharton gave a check from the senror class to Mr Dlckerson for use by the debate squad at the natlonal debate tournament un Greenborough Penn M Boyd Wharton presented from the nuor c sx c oc s W h a rto n then thanked M Bo un behalf of the class for has great contrnbutuon to wards theur educatnon and added that Mr Boyd was a fune prnncnpal Mr Boyd next called Tom Gaunder to the stage and pre sented hum wnth a gnft nn recognltton of hu excellent work as stage manager Mr Duckerson followed wlth the Reese Debate award gnven by Everett Reese to an outstandnng sophomore debater H presented the award to John Anderson And then came the presentatuon of let ters Mr Harlow began the proceednngs wnth has customary lokes He Introduced Mr Allen who presented letters to thnrteen members of the 1954 baseball team Cap tam Phll Wnlkuns an turn presented to Mr Boyd and the school the dnstruct Class A baseball trophy Mr Douglas next handed out the golf letters Dan Evans un turn pre sented Mr Boyd the COL golf trophy M Boyd commented that he belueved thus was the fnrst golf trophy to come to Newark Hugh Mr Harlow next Introduced has 880 relay team and mule relay team each of whlch took fourth In the state meet and presented letters to the track team I turn Geoffrey Enksen presented Mr Boyd the COL fleld and track trophy and Rob ert Cam presented the New Concord trophy Mr Harlow then showed the stu dent body the cake he had purchased for the COL wunnung golf team and track team whnch was to be con sumed nn the home economlcs room by the golfers and track sters after the lssu uance of report cards 1We wonder whether nn some anstances ap petltes were as keenl Callmg Mnss Myer to the stage Mr Harlow lauded her and her cheerleaders Saundra Culp then stepped forward and present ed Mlss Myer a guft from the cheerlead ers Nancy smlth fol lowed with the pre sentatuon of letters to gurls athletnc assocl atnon wunners Bo d Douglas and Mr Harlow all pralsed th the sensor class for nts superior characteristics Mr Boyd remarked that nt was one of the ftnest In hrs memory H then called for the student body to express In applause nts apprecnatlon of teachers and advusers of clubs whuch never get any recognntuon The response could be com pared somewhat to a fure suddenly an nonnted wlth a soaked blanket The assembly drew to a close wrth the presentatnon by James Cushman outgolng presndent of the gavel of the Student Coun cal to James Barr Incoming prexy The alma mater was not entoned Students sllthered to home rooms to get those fate ful luttle cardboard folders , . . . , , . 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LAWRENCE Clerk PAUL B EDWARDS Supernntendent BS The Ohno State Umversnty MA The Ohlo State Umverslty FREW C BOYD Pnncnpal AB Ohio Wesleyan Umversuty MA The Ohuo State Unlverssty GEORGE STOECKMANN Vrce pnncupal AB Denison Unfversnty, ThE Northern Baptlst Theological Sermnary, MA, The Ohlo State Unlverslty Bnology FORREST MORAN WALTER DEWEESE Dlrector of Elementary Education Superuntendent of Buildings BS University of Colorado MEd The Ohio State Umversnty MARTIN DEAN Speech and Hearing Therapnst BA Michigan State Unlver lty MA Mlchlgan State Umversuty MARY GRUBAUGH RUTH GARDNER Vnsntnng Teacher Attendance Offlcer School Nurse PhB Demson Umverslty R N Newark Cnty Hospntal PM 4 Q'-5. 4, .., p.., . .. . :.- .., -, .., T T T .., .., ff f X in MARJORIE YOST AVANELL SHEARER Secretary to Supermfendent Assvstant Clerk Treasurer to Board of Educafnon ROY HAMMOND R A POUND CU5T0dlBY'l Custodian of Gymnasxum MORGAN ST CLAIR McCLEARY if sf OLPP Hag-K 'A-Q91 SMITH STEINBERGER DOUGLAS W SMITH BS The Ohlo State Uwnversuty MA The Ohno State Unlversnty Chernustry Practncal Sclence LOUADA M MORGAN AB Musknngum College MA The Ohuo State Unlversuty Stenography Typung H C ST CLAIR AB The Ohio State Unuverslty Com mercual Law Offuce Machmes School Treasurer J S MCCLEARY BS Wnlmlngton College M Ed e Ohlo State Unlversnty Sociology co nomic Geography Salesrnanshlp DORIS E OLPP BA The Ohro State Umverslty BA B :ss College Bookkeepsng LETHA HEADLEE BS The Ohuo State Unuversnty MA e Ohuo State Umversuty Offsce Prac tnce Offnce Machunes, Stenography, Typing EDITH PARSONS BS, The Ohlo State Umverslty, AB The Ohno State Umversnty Stenography, TYP""9 P G STEINBERGER BS Demson Umversuty Physncs Al gebra Practucal Scnence MAXWELL K DOUGLAS BA Denlson Unlverslty Blology Head Basketball Coach CHARLES A ECKERT BS The Ohno State Uruversnty MA The Ohuo State Umversuty Supervusor of lndustnal Arts Woodworklng Sheet Metal Prmtmg HAROLD OATMAN Vocatlonal Machlne Shop ROBERT CASH BS lndnana Teachers College Auto motive and Anrcraft Mechanucs Druvers Educatnon ROBERT ROSE BS The Ohio State University Draft mg, Woodworknng EDWARD STRADLEY BS, Muskungum College Practucal Mathematucs, Machnne Mathematlcs, Economlc Geography HEADLEE PARSONS STRADLEY ECKERT OATMAN CASH ROSE r"" MARTIN JONES PEARCE GRIFFIN V fu W9 2' 447 1' 4' J Q 5, ,f f ii, lf! 1 DEAFENBAUGH KECKLEY MYER ROBERT DEAFENBAUGH BS The Ohlo State Umversnty Wood workmg Automottves N NA KECKLEY AB Hnram College MA Umversuty of Mnchtgan Geometry Trigonometry FLORENCE MEYER ALLEN WILLIAM H MARTIN BS Ohuo Umverslty MFA Ohto Un: verslty Art B S Mlchlgan State Normal College M A Columbla Umverslty Physical Educatton JAMES ALLEN AB Muskingum College Physrcal Edu cataon Head Baseball Coach Assnstant Football Coach WENDELL M JONES BS Ohlo Unlverslty MA The Ohno State Unlverslty Chorus GORDON R KINGERY AB Denlson Unlversuty MA The Ohlo State Unlverslty English Ancient Hts tory Annual .lournallsm MYRON PEARCE BS Ohio Unlversnty Band LAWRENCE E GRIFFIN BS Mus Capntal Unnversuty Orchestra AMY EDWARDS AB Denuson Umverslty MA The Ohlo State Umverslty Engllsh MARY REXROTH HELEN WILLIAMS AB, Demson Umversntv Engllsh A B , Denison Untverslty, M A , The Ohio State Umverstty Engllsh PAUL HARLOW A B , Ohso Wesleyan Umversuty Eng lush, Head Track Coach, Athletnc Du fecgor Ohlo State Umversnty Englnsh GRACE RYDER AB, Muskingum College, MA, The REXROTH HARLOW RYDER 1 M KINGERY EDWARDS - Q.. 1 Q Q www 1 WILLIAMS 27 DORN McCORD ASHCRAFT BENNINGTON HELEN P DORN VIRGIL ASI-ICRAFT B S The Ohlo State Unlverslty AB The Ohuo State Unlverslty Englnsh Bnology BS Western Reserve Unuversuty MA Mlaml Uneverstty Lubrarlan DOROTHY MCCORD RUTH BENNINGTON AB Faumom gate College English BS Ohuo Unlverslty Home Economics Speech Dramatucs McCREARY FLORENCE E BOYD BS The Ohlo State Unlverslty M The Ohuo State Umverslty Hlstory PAULINE McCREARY AB Denuson Unnversuty MA The Ohio State Unaverslty Latm French EDWYN DICKERSON AB Denison Umverslty MA The Ohno State Umversuty LLB Franklln Unuversuty Member of the Bar Assocla MARIAN peggu' tuon Economucs Debate BS Caputal Unlverslty Spanush DeBOL'I' JACK R HALE BS The Ohlo State Unlverslty MA The Ohlo State Umversuty Clvlcs HERMAN KAUBER AB Caputal Umverslty MA The Ohlo State Unlverslty German JOSEPH CARLO AB BaIdwlnWallace MA The Ohio State University Hustory Head Footbali Coach BERNARD NYE KA'-'BER BS The Ohio State University Sales RALPH E RICE CYWOIOQY The Ohlo State Unlverslty Hnstory Eco FIOFTIICS WALTER DAVIDSON MARY E BARNES BA Musklngum College Hlstory Admnmstratlve Assn tant FLEETA DICKERSON IDA I-OU MCDANIEL BS Umversnty of Munnesota MA e Secretary to Pruncupal Ohuo State Umverslty History NYE BARNES McDANIEL DICKERSON DAVIDSON BOYD DICKERSON G' " HALE CARLO RICE v 'V IW . . , . : . . 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R P Dedication The Reveille staff of 1955 takes pleasure un deducatung thus volume to Wendell M Jones who has announced hs reture ment to take place at the end of the current school year Mr Jones came to New ark un September l94O when he succeeded C W Klopp Whule here he be gan the annual chour con cert uru the sprung whuch today features so largely un the musucal program Mr Jones also taught one year each of hustory f musuc and harmony un the hugh school In addutuon he carrued on an extensuve grade school program Mr Jones studued at Mt Unuon College Alluance Ohuo and the New Eng land Conservatory of Mu suc Boston Massachusetts He receuved h BS d gree un educatuon from Ohuo Unuversuty un l94O In l946 he obtauned hus Ohuo State Unuversuty Meanwhule Mr Jones had been teachung at Phoenux Unuon Hugh School Phoenux Aruzona at an elementary and hugh school Ravenswood West Vurgunua and at Holluster Hugh School Athens Ohuo before comung to Newark In addutuon Mr Jones served as teacher of organ puano and harmony at Alluance Ohuo as organust and chour durector of the Chrustuan Church un Steubenvulle Ohuo and as organust of St Pauls Epuscopal Church un Steubenvlle Fruends and colleagues wush Mr Jones the best un health and happuness un hus returement i ' - ' ' o ' is . . e- M.A. degree from The WENDELL M. JONES In Men10rian1 Albert Buren Long, du rector of physucal educa tuon at Newark Hugh School sunce 1925 succumbed to a heart aulment on Sep tember 12 1954 Wuth hus passung NHS lost one of uts best fruends He was the type of teacher that en ruches school lufe and con trubutes freely to school tradutuon A B was one of the best loved and most respected teachers un the whole Newark system He came to Newark un 1911 Here he taught un dustrual arts un ul 1 25 when he took over phys ucal educatuon un the hugh school ln the sprung of 1949 he was appounted coach of the revuved base ball varsuty and he had the pleasure of leadung the 1953 team to thurd berth un the state He was the dean of Ohuo Athletuc Offucuals and carrued the No 1 Ohuo Athletuc Assocuatuon offucual card for football and bas A B IONC ketball Lou Berluner sports wrut er for the Columbus Duspatch quoted A B un hus coucumn Press Box as follows I offucuate because l enuoy ut not for money I enuoy the sports the assocuatuon and satusfactuon un work ung l wouldnt trade my offucuatung experuences for anythung lts my hobby Of A B Ber luner saud It wont seem the same around the hugh school curcuut when we dont bump unto A B Long several tumes durung the football and basketball season We always enuoyed talkung wuth hum because he always had somethung good to say about hus fellow man He never com plauned f , . - - u u 1 1 . - I I . ' 11 u ' - II n n u - - , . . 1 - I ' - 1 . . . - - 1 u 11 n . . . . , . . ,, , . . . , . - u N MEMCRIA X umm LJIO vn Mawr On May l l9541 Mlruam Carolyn Sfdwell passed away Miriam had been hospitalized for some lame and had patlenlly suslaunecl a severe Illness So well lllced and hlghly respecled was she Thaf many of her frlends gladly sat by her be-dsade To cheer her Great as the pnfy that so hne a young lady must deprnve her friends of her pleasanl Company on earlh buf great musf be her reward ln heaven for having lnved The klnd of Infe she dnd 'Lx 'ww-W Adm lr- W Q 1, Tl xll f . ' H . V A . 4 , Q I km " 'l 'X . , . . . fi 1 . . . I. I .5 . .1 IQQKQEGQJ: Qtmcih by yy. S, ff Plzinra COMMENCEME T AWARDS 19 4 At the annual Commencement exercises held at White Field June 3 1954 the following awards were made Nancy Jean Stage the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize John Cooper McDonald the Harvard History Prize Beverly Ann Chase the William E and Anna S Miller English Prize Beverly Ann Chase the French Prize James Paul Wince the Leland Baxter Jr Award in Journalism Jean Orr Frances Louise Radwell the National Forensic League Award Laurence Eugene Green the Florence M King Trophy in Dramatrcs Shirley Jean Orr the Reese Debate Award Patricia Carol Hand the Award in Commerce Janet Montez Nichols the National Secretaries Association Scholarship Frank Edward Imhoft Ill the Harvard Cup Donna Jean DeVoe the Soroptimist Club Award Wnlliam Blackburn Rogers the Newark B nal B ruth Good Citizenship Award Marvin Leroy Smith the Lloyd G Mllllsor Memorial Trophy Frank Edwin Tomlinson the Roger Sedgwick Award in Basketball 5 L F J To ' ' . To ' ' . To ' ' . . ' ' ' . To ' . To ' , ., ' ' . To James Butler Cushman, Patricia Ellen Deenis, John Cooper McDonald, Shirley To . ' ' ' . To ' . To ' ' ' . To . . . . . . . To . To ' ' . To . , , . , . . , . , To ' ' . ' ' ' . To ' ' ' ' . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing Neal OBrnen presldenf George Toler vnce presudent Carol Hornby secretary Connne Porter treasurer 1 . , . Anderson Carolyn Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Anderson Wonder ful Day Warped Warble People who see hear and a Jean Anderson Wllllam Howard Son of Mr and Mrs H B And rson The Gnrlfruend Warped Warble Shurley messing p m aur Hop was Reserve Football 53 VIC Club 54 Amcolates, James Son of Mr and Mrs An thony Vargo Lucky Lucky Lucky Me Warped War e r Ing to s ay school IC w s nn Dnstrubutuve Educatlon 55 Speedball 53 Ashcraft Donna Mane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Parrlsh Charlle My Boy Warped Warble Tardy bells that rung on tame Louue was Chorus 54 55 Conternpor ary Hustory Club 55 Bas ke all 55 Sphlnx 55 Y Teens 53 Bagent Ronald Ray S n f Mr and Mrs d ward Bagent Jr Jalopy Song Warped Warble Model As Red was un Intramural Basketball 54 55 Sphnnx 55 Barr James Franlmlln Son of Mr and Mrs Rob et F Barr Because You re You Warped Warble Gordue s Tests Herr was un Annual Staff 53 Col lege Club 55 German Club 55 Intramural Basketball Key Cub 53 54 secretary 54 Natuonal Hon or Soctety 55 Raduo Club 55 Reserve Basketball 53 Speedball 53 54 Student ouncnl 53 54 5 r :dent 55 Varslty Basket b 4 Antrltt, Alberta Jo Baker, Lynda lou Daughter of Mr Joseph J Antrntt Runaround Warped Warble Crunsnng a ong at 0 1 Henry J w s nn Busmess Staff 55 Chorus 5 HIC 55 Vo a 54 YTeens 53 Appel Joan Elame Daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Appel My Heart Beats Faster War ed War P ble Thunknng of ways to keep my Tony home per rnanent Oanle w s Busaness Staff 55 College u 55 Yleens 53 Arensberg John Alllson S n of Mr George W Arensberg Keep lt Gay Warped Warble Every thlng but nothing In gen era Andy was an Col lege Club 55 Hs Y 54 55 Daughter of Mr and Mrs Pau M Ba er Younger Than Sprmgtlme Warped Warble People who say l am ornery Lundy was In aseball 3 Volleyball 54 55 Llbrary Assrstants 54 Muslc A Dreclatlon 53 YTeens 53 5 5 Baldwm, Mary Louise Daughter f D Charles Baldwnn and the late Mrs Charles Baldwm Dawn Warped Warble Hoot Owls that llve In the N H S Observatory M Lou was un College Club 55 Mussc Apprecuatuon mx YTeens 55 Thespnans 55 Ballmger, Robert Son of Mr and Mrs W R Ballenger S Wonderful Warped Warble The lec tures Mr Hale gwes on hns career ln the army Bob treasurer 55 lntramural was un Intramural Basketball Bas etball 5 54 Sphxnx 55 1 , - '. 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' H u H l I ' 1 I ' . k '53, '54, '55: ' 3, ' , - , Baughman, Eleanor Ann Daughter of Mrs Mabe Baughman Would You I e Ta e Wa Warped Warble Hey My No brakes I9 was In Baseball 54 55 Basketball 55 Volleyball 54 Baughman Mary Jane Daughter of Mr and Mrs OrvulleL Baughman Gone Flshlng Warped Warble Those long Sunday rnd s Janne was an Chorus 53 5 aseball 5 55 YTeens 53 55 Beach Charles Edmund III Son of Mrs Charles Beach Patrlcla Warped Warble People who scream lPat lck was n Club 54 55 Reserve as ketball 53 Reserve oot bal 53 Spamsh Club 54 5 Sphinx 55 Track 3 Varsity Basketball 54 5 arsnty Baseball 54 Varslty Football 54 55 Bebout Charles Wllllam on and rs Charles Bebout Many a New Day Warped Warble eadnn Rl nn an Rnth rnetlc arlue w s IH V Club 53 4 Bell Nelson Robert Son of Mr and Mrs Edgar e S a e Ra te an Roll Warped Warble Fords Cury w s an 54 Booher Charles Franklm Son of Mrs Mabel Booher Earth Angel Warped Warble M Kung ry Cleopatra Chuck In Annual Staff 54 55 tor 55 Chorus 53 54 Intramural Basketball 54 .lournalnsm Staff 55 edntor 55 Sphinx BH was 9 I 5 Bosscawon Lmda Lorene Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence E B055Cawen Thou Swell Warped War ble People who th nk Im quiet In w 5 In usl ne s Staff 53 5 55 eens 53 54 Bounds Robert lee Son of Mr and Mrs John R Bounds My D stlny Warped Warple M Hale and hrs questrons at he wrong tnme Bo was nn Vnsual Servuce Club 55 Bowden Davnd Benlamm n f Mr d Mrs B B o w d e n Cleopatt rer Warped Warble Those lectures un ancuent hnstory D acon was In Col ege Club 55 Contemporary Hls tory Club 54 vuce president 54 lntramuralBasketbalI 53 55 Key Club 54 chaplarn 55 Radlo ub 53 54 55 Room Agent 54 Sphmx 55 Th splans 54 Varsuty Debate 53 5 Hn C Club Bowers Cary Rich ard Son of Mr and Mrs Cary L Bowers Arn t e Sweet Warped Warble G r s In short halr cuts Pete was In Dastrubutlve E ucatuon 55 vac presl dent 55 Intramural Bas ketball 53 Bowman Curtls Alva Son of Mnlton and Flossne Bowman You re the Top Warped Warble Rndung the school bus Curt was rn College Club 55 lnr mural Basketball Sclence Club 54 55 rookover Patrlcla Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence B ro o k o v e r Smules Warped Warble People who thunk I Qulet a was Chorus 53 Baseball Student Council 55 YTeens 53 54 55 Honor Soc: ty Brooks Carl Edwnn n ot Mr and Mrs ar Brooks M morles Warped Warble Twelve rugged years and there are stnll many more hard r ones to come Brooky was ID Annual Staff 54 Buslness a f 53 54 55 Col e e Club 55 Cross Country 54 55 German Club 54 Go 53 lntramural Bas all 53 5 55' our nallsm Staff 54 ey vnce pres: dent 54 president 55 u 3 55 Ra to Club 55 Room Agent 53 55 Speedball 53 Stud nt ouncrl 53 5 55 es plans 54 55 Varsuty Base ball 55 Honor Society 55 Brown Donald Lee Son of Mr and Mrs L W Wagner Mary ou Warped Warble I-lurrncanes o July 4 Farmer was n Cross Country 53 R serv Basketball 5.1 Speed 3 5 55 Track Varslty Basketball 54 Buckey Carol Kay Daught r of Mr and Mrs Ward Buckey Du n Know What Tame It Was Warped Warble People who are always ot tame Kay was ID Annual Staff 54 55 Business Staff 55 College Club 55 Journal axssance 55 Room Agent 54 YTeens 5 4 55 Honor Socnety 55 Pa tron Staff 55 Buckey Glna Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs E Buc ey Happy Tak Warped War le People una w s In Annual Staff 55 College Club 55 German Club 54 Vol eyball 53 our nallsm Staff 55 Radio Club Room Agent Sphinx 55 Y Teen 53 Burkam Betty .lane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Burkam And So To Sleep Again Warped War e Tryung to get a ew wnnks of sleep at a s m b r party after a football game tu fy w s unuor Red Cross 53 Teens 55 Burke Carol Martha Daughter of Mr and Mrs Aus ey Burk Sklpplng Along Warp d Warble S I y In t e g a m e s Carol was an Y Teens 55 Busby Gary Dale Son of Mr and Mrs George Busby Juke Box Saturday Nnght Warped Warble The d ar old 400 Shop He Gruntl Buc was Dustrlbutnve Educatlon 55 treasurer 55 lntramu ra Bas etball Room Agent 53 Carter Robert Bruce n f Mr A Car Shootun the Works o Uncle Sam Warped War ble A person who chews with hrs mouth open Amanda o was Chorus 53 Class Oittcer 54 treasurer Junnor Class Play Dotty and Daffy 54 Falrflelder Staff 54 Assist ant humornst At Colum bus South he was nn Fresh man Club 53 Cashdollar James Allen Son of Mr and Mrs James Cashdollar Sunrnse S renade Warped Warble Those late hours durlng school week Cash was lntramural Basketball 5 Reserve Football 53 Track 53 Room Agent 53 Chapman Mary Kathryn Daughter of Mr and Mrs W Chapman Clouds R ll By Warped Warble The mules Uncle Sam can put between two people at y w s In an 3 55 on temporary History Club 55 H C 55 Patron Staff 5 Sphinx 55 Charlton Norma Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs A Charlton I ve ot My Eyes on You Warped Warble Keepmg track of t at two tone b ue Cheyvle Norm was In horus 53 4 5 Teens 53 55 Clary Paul Douglas Son of The Rev and Mrs a R Clary A Pal e You Warped Warble People who always ask w at part f Texas from I54 Fordl Doug w s In Band 53 54 Band ouncxl 53 54 Col ege Club 5 Contemporary Hnstory Club 54 55 on es Sp aklng 53 5 I 55 Science u 55 Sphinx 55 Syrnphcn e e 3 Amerucan Legnon Essay Winner 53 Wnnner of the Odd Fellows UN Pnlgrlmage and Edu catlonal Bus Tour '54 So , . c I E. : ,. 2 , ST f 1 I 1 I I I: I Q V -'ff I I: , F : , I 55? 4 .I - ,, ku U ' If ' , . in ' ' kefb ' , 4, ' , J - ' , . 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Y 54, 4' , ' CI b ttf- '5 , '54g ' I ' Clawson Elvert James Son of Mrs Edna Clawson Rollun Along Warped Warble Roller Skating .lum was un Dustrubutrve Educatuon 55 Clemmgs, John Sylvester Son of Mr and Mrs Harry Clemungs Tweedle Dee Warped Warble People w o know my muddle name John was un serve Football 53 Varsuty Football 54 55 Conner Kathryn Annette Daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Conner The Sun u o Your Smu Warped Warble Thus four story rat race Kathryn was un College Club 55 Future Teachers 53 54 sec reary 54 Latun Club 5 Room Agent 53 Honor So cuety 55 Corby Davud Justun S n of Mr and Mrs y Shakespeare W a r p e d Warble uttln s or early Englush Dave was un Key Club 54 55 Musuc Apprecuatuon 53 Student Councul 55 order Patrucla Anne Daughter of Mrs John Bur d n and Mr Harry Corder Sunny Warped Warble People who crunge when I laugh Pat was un Base a 5 55 Bas e a 55 Vo e a ur s Ath etuc Councul 54 55 Y Teens 53 55 Councell Carol Sue Daughter of Mr and Mrs F Councell Warped Warble Those ck looks l am alwa gettung from those wonder ful brown eyes Sue was n Busuness Staff 53 55 Assustant Busuness Man ager 54 Class Offucer 53 vuce presudent Patron taff 55 Student Councul 55 secretary 55 YTeens 53 5 55 vuce presudent 55 Thespuans 55 Courson Barbara Joanne aughter f Mrs ena Courson e s Ru Guy Warped Warble ertaun boy who druves a ce am Chevle Jelly Roll was un Busuness Stair 5 Baseball 53 54 Bas etball 53 o eyball 53 5 Teens 53 55 Coyle Robert Horton Son of Mr and Mrs John Coyle Cest su n Warped Warble G ttung ta ked unto somethung ant get myself talked out o s un lege Club 55 Art Club 54 resudent 5 R naus saruce 54 55 Musuc orecuatuon 53 Room Agent Crawford Eduth Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wullxam C Crawford e un Out use Warped Warble Oh those slumber partues lHu Gangl Edue was un College Club 55 Contemporary Hustory u 55 Raduo Club eens 53 54 5 o leyball 55 Crawford Emuly Lee Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wulluam C Crawford Be a Warble People who dont know when I am uokung Em was un College Club 55 Raduo Club 55 YTeens 5 54 55 Volleyball 5 Crust Carol Sue Daughter of M and Mrs Franklun E Crust Young at Heart Warped Warble Beyond the Blu Horuzon arol was Busuness at 54 5 Y eens 53 5 5 ust lnlluan lee Daughter of M and Mrs Cru l Concentrate on You Warped Warble Those Johnstown lucenses Hu Muster uh uan was In Chorus 5 ubraruan 5 YTeens 55 D o . L . - I "H ' 3 'gm I : lu, A : HA : H ' . AH - fy ' A ' I." " ' ' , ' 5: ' t ' , '55: ll ' , '54, '55: V ll ' , '54, ' 55 Y- ' o. Z ' "Bal," . I I . - .' ' lu 4 V of." "B b" wa ' Col- ,, ., , Re' , I A V I A ' 2 p ' ' 45 La e ' - f - I j , ' 1 ' Ap- '54. ' ' Q ' ' . ' u f'Th. sh ' n e f A 'le." S Ab I lf? R ' , I .' 'I 1. j Cl lb ' u ' 'ssu ' ' , , 51 Y-T ' , ' , '5, v I- o . . Ro ' ' A ' : " A A' C0flDY1 'LBVU91 UP YOUV Little Sunbeam." Warped I fs' ' ' mu f : - ' C , ' ' . Q ' - - r. A . u, uu, '53, fr, 1 , u ti gf, 5' ,54 1 b ll '53, '54, ' 7 ll y- , 4 .5 ' ' -' ' b ll '53, '54, '557 G' l ' ' ' I - - , I u 7 - R. . 'I "Bill.'l Cr' . ' ' bla- l YS H. E. 'stu " rl ' f f A 4 ' f '54 lu, ' , H "mul ' . . , ' V " ' '53, , up I C r '54, '5, u' A '4, '55u Cruswell Ronald Kermut Son of Mr and Mrs er mut Cruswell My Best to You Warped Warble Those Englush tests Ron was un College Club 55 Scuence Club 5 5 Spanush Club 54 55 Crothers Forrest Alvun Son of Mr and Mrs Ora L Crothers Nobodys Chas ung M Warped Warble Polucemen who rude motor cycles around Newark Hugh School Grunt Culluson Lulluan Vuora Doughter of Mr and Mrs Pau E Culluson Cleo and Meo Warped Warble People wuth no sense of humor IH: Paulj Joke was un Contemporary Hus tory Club 55 Sphunx 55 Cunnungham, Joseph Eugene Cunnungham The Surrey Wuth the Frunge on Top Warped Warble Certaun people 213 un the fufth peruod o was Cross Country 55 Key Club 54 55 secretary 55 Student Councul 54 Danford Nancy Irene Daughter of Rev and Mrs C Myron Danford Sweet and Lovely Warped War ble Accompanyung every one at the puano Nancy was un Business Staff 55 Co ege Club 55 secretary Basketball 55 Volley a 55 La Renaussance 54 Musuc Apprecuatuon 53 Student Councul 53 YTeens 53 Honor Socuety 55 Darkes Beulah Mae Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Darkes Fresh as a Dausy Warped Warble People who call me nuck names IHu Ja e eu lah was un Basketball 54 Volleyball 54 Darkes, Bonnue Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs O Darkes You re t e Cream My Co ee Warped Warble A POUND us more than lust lo ounces u Geraldl Bonnue was un Chorus 53 Baseball 54 Basketball 55 Room Agent 54 Davudson Fatrucua Joan Daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Davudson Chuck Chuck Chuck Warped War ble People who wont an swer me lCl'uuckj PattY was n Cheerleaders 53 54 55 College Club 55 Contest Speakung 5 4 Baseball 53 Basketball 53 54 55 Vol all 53 54 55 Ra uo u 53 54 55 Sp unx 55 Thespuans 53 54 55 Y eens 53 54 55 on or Socuety 55 Davus Kenneth Wayne Son of Mr and Mrs Wayne S Davus Unforgettable Warped Warble Mr Kung s clas Ken was un Contempor ary Hustory Club 55 Room Agent 53 Scuence Club 55 Varsity Debate 55 Debevouse, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Stood St ll Warped War e I caught the U and now I have h weak est IHARTJ un NH S Want a puckle Patsy? Barb was un Busuness Staff 55 orus 53 .lunuor Red Cross 53 Patron Staff 55 Raduo Club 54 55 YTeens 5 4 Denney, Duane Lous Daughter of Mr and Mrs P u V Denney Paper Do Warped Warble People who dont what they thunk D was un College Cl b 55 as ketball 53 Volleyball 53 54 55 La Renaussance 54 55 Raduo Club 55 Sphunx YTeens 53 54 Duehl James Edward Son of Mrs Fred Bolander Hoop De Doo Warped Warble That Cuyucs class second peruod Jum was Intramural Basketball 5 5 I . . K - U. . : " ' h ' ' u " in ff ,, ' l .5 . .2 ,. ., . ' ,H. ,, ,. . ,J ' z I ' I I4, '5 : ' ' f , - 1 I : . . g H 4 l . I X, ' u I I I - ll 11 '.u u' ' i ' , : - u I I 1 Q ' e." : ' ' - , . ' . . 3 5 . ' '55g ' , '54, '55i , . , ,u H H I, I r I- ' ' Ieyb ' , .I 2 CI b ' , ' u fI lg 'T I I , : H ' . ' - I. ll l IA I ' -l " l , . 5 H ' 4 ,I U' ' I ery Englush ses. . , ,, uf - - . ., .u ,. , - I . 1 . ' ' . . . , , I - , . , . son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Carl Debsvgise: "MY Hear' ' . f' u . - ' ' I" bl : " KFL l . 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' 3, '5 , Dluguld James Eades Son of Mr and Mrs Harold W Druguld Music Music Music Warped Warble A certain teach rs ld s 'M A P l im was Band 53 54 55 Chorus 53 College Club 55 Room Agent 5 Dobbs Patsy Ann Daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Dobbs and the late Clarence Dobbs Johnny Warped Warble I simply ad re JASmme' W nt a pickle Barb7 KH: Johnnyj briel was in Band 53 55 Band Council 53 Pep Band 55 YTeens 54 55 Honor Society Donaghue Betty Mane Daughter of The Rev and Mrs D W Donaghue And the Angels Sang Warped Warble People who tell me lust the half of things Betty was In Chorus 53 5 Basket all Volleyball 53 Spanish Club 54 55 Home Economics Club 55 treasurer 55 H C Club 54 55 president Dougherty, Leland Dean Son of Mr and Mrs M T Campbell W o Put the evil Evelyns es Warped Warble. People who dislike Ford Sixes. 'Lee" was in Distributive ucation 55, Hi- A Speedball 53- VIC Club 54 vice president '54. DYarmett, Barbara ee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . A. DYarmett: "It's e- Lovely." Warped Warbler "PeopIe who polish white s oe strings Hi, Kay.' "Bar ie was in Business Stat 555 Chorus 53, Col- lege Club '55g La Renaissance , 5- Y-Teens '5 , , 555 Honor Society '55. Earley, Delores Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Earley: "l'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy." Warped Warbler "Those crazy cab drivers! fl'-li, Floydlf' "Jeanie" Was in Business Staff '55, Bas- ketball '55g Volleyball '55, Y-Teens '55. Edgerley John Wlllram Son of Mr Charles Edger ley and Mrs Martha Reed Voodoo Warped Warble Oh her mothers cooking' 'H atj Bll was Shop Superintendent 55 Eus Vrclu Elleen Daughter of M and Mrs W ur Paul El l Lo e Paris Warped Warble- Goofer ville lHi Shotrodl Vic I was Annual Sat 54 55 Chorus 53 54 55 College Club 55 Journalism Staff 54 55 L Renaissance 54 55 Music Appreciation Radio Club 54 55 Room Agent 53 Student Council 53 Business Staff 55 merson Naomu laVerne Daughter of Mrs and he late Henry Emerson Slow poke Warped Warble People who are always ae Hi im Narnle was in Business Staff 53 55 Baseball 55 Basketball Sphinx 55 Y Teens 5 5 Evans, David Rees Jr Son of Mr and Mrs David Evans Cutting the Cone Warped Warble alslng wit Pork was Business Staff 54, 55, College Club ' g Patron Staff '55: e- serve Football, Manager 53: Spanish Club '54, '55, vice president 55. Evans Margaret louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. . W. Evans: "Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes." Warp,d Warbler "Guys and dolls who slink down the corridors. ' "Margie" w a s in College Club 557 La Rena aissance '5 , 55: Y-Teens 53, 55: Honor Society 55. Evans, Nancy Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Evans: "So Dear My Heart." Warped Warble: "Nan" was in Hi-C Club '55g Y-Teens '55, Home Eco- nomics Club '55: and at Centerburg, Ohio, Basketball '53g Volleyball '53. Evans Robert Lawns on of Mr and Mrs Robert Evans S UI s Warped Warble Peo pe who dont palnt cars lor games Bob was Dlstrlbutlve Educatlon Intramural Basketball Farmer Shlrley Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert A Farmer Dream Llt Dre m of Warped Warble My heart rs you l Shlrley was ln Band 54 55 Band Councll 53 recordlng secretary 55 Pep n 53 54 Farnham, Alma Joanne Daughter of Mr and Mrs Warren R Farnham Cant e'p ovnn Dat Man Warped Warble People who dont have a sense of humor w s Buslness Staff 53 54 55 Reserve Cheerleader 53 Varslty Cheerleader 5 aseball 53 5 o eyball 53 54 55 Teens 53 Muslc Apprecla tlon 54 Sphlnx 55 th letlc Councll 53 55 Farrow Robert Eugene Son of Mrs Edna Farrow Hot Rod Race Warped Warble Worklng on cars Boo w s ln VIC ub 53 54 Flllull Ronald Roy Son of Mr and Mrs oy F lkl I the Lan Let s Pretend Warped War ble Callsthentlcs P l was ln Hl Y 55 Intramural Baseball 53 Intramural Bas e all 53 54 Spanlsh C u 54 5 Florlan Pauline Ann Fluhart .lames Edward n of Mr d Mrs R Fluhart We Belong T gether Warped Warble People who wont go t the stock car races b w s ln Band 53 55 Band Councll 53 Franlrlln Ralph Louls on Mr L Fran l an the late Frances Frank n On the Sunny Slde of e Street Warped War e Falllng to make the IVE mlnute el Chumpy was ln lntramural Bas etball 53 u 55 Reserve Basketball 53 Reserve Football 53 Speed 3 54 Sphlnx 55 Track 53 Varslty Basket 5 Freeman, Darlene Patrlua Daughter of Mrs Paul Som ervl le and M Charles Freeman lt s a Great Day Warped Warble People who call m Butterball a w s n Band oom Agent 53 Teens 55 Freshour, Dlanne Ellzabeth Daugh er of Mr and Mrs Cllfford F Freshour y l a Gu Warpe Warble People who only remember the flrst half f lokes Hl Rosalle Dee ws In College Club 55 Contemporary HISTOYY Club 55 vlce presld nt 55 Con test Speaklng 53 54 Ger man Club 54 55 Baseball 54 Volleyball 53 Music Appreclatlon 53 54 Thes plans 53 55 es plan Stated Clerk 54 5 Honor SOCIETY 55 Frye Davld Curhs n f Dr and Ms ar M Frye Back ln the ad dle Agaln Warped War be People who call m M a rt Mephlstopheles Doc was an Band 53 54 Frye Martln Lowell Daughle' f Mrs Maw on of Mr and Mrs Wen Florlan Ive Told Every dell T Frye Muskra, Ram Llttle Star Warped War ble Wmped Warble et e People who a a Peeves are pet peeves ways talklng about cars and Many was In Chorus 54 mo ors 'H Rogell U H Y 54 55 Thesplans w s ln Band 54 55 L l 5 Radio Ch-Ib 4 ness Stall 55 Fulton Jannce Louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs Porter R Fu ton m r Grrl Now Warped Warble People who dont really know me and say lrn bashful Janny Lou was nn Buslness Staff 55 Chor Ba ball Teens 53 Gabe Gerald Franklin Son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Ga e E ry Day ls a Holr day Warped Warble Homework over holiday vacatrons Ga rrel was rn College Club 55 Honor Soclefy 55 Gatten Arland Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs Henry Garten ome e Range Warped Warble Cowboy boots ex was In VIC Club 54 n f Mr and Mrs R Gaund r The Good Wll Movement Warped Warble School teachers drrvnng Cadlllacs Wlldcat was the Band Wnldcat 54 VIC Club 54 Stage Manager 55 Llghtrng or T esplans 53 54 5 Gordon Delores Raylene Daughter of M and Mrs Raymond Gordon Swrngrn the Junx Away Warped Warble My heart Mrs for you H Johnnyj Red w s rn and 53 5 Chorus 53 Malorette 53 54 55 head rnalorette Grady Carolyn June Daughter of M and Mrs R x Grady e e Moon Warped Warble People who say lm a mo or C r e a rn P u f f w s ln Busrness Staff 5 Baseball 5 4 55 Bas ketball 5 V0 e all 3 Teens 53 Gravens Helen Margaret Daughter of M and Mrs Joseph Gravens Oh' Warped Warble Teachers arching me chewrng gum Hennle w s n Business a 55 Chorus 54 College Club 55 Y Teens Grgsby Alrce Mae Daughter of Mr and Mrs J D Grrgs y I Happen B rn Lo e Warpe Warble a lwelll IH: Davej Alrce was In Chorus 55 Y Teens Gutrrdge Claudette Mane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Gutrrdge That s for Me Warped Warble Candles t dont l ke good drag n g e was rn Band 53 Contest Speaking 54 Basketball 54 55 Volleyball 55 Radlo Club 54 55 Thespuans 54 Hageman Richard Paul n of Mr a d M s S Hageman Sur Galahad Warped Warble Oh thos Bermuda shorts Duck was In lntramural Basketball Hampshire Robert Paul Jr Son of Mr and Mrs Rober Hampshrre T e Lady ls Tramp Warped Warble Grrls wrth boys harrcuts and leyus Bob Harbaugh Joseph Vrncent Son of Mr and Mrs James Harbaugh Whusrle a Hap Tune Warped Warble Speedlng hotrods oe . . Y. . I I I Nl, a : ,. 8.9 . H I - : H ' 1 f, 4 H a i - ' ' ., ,, S, H , I , I 55: us '53: sket 753: Y- '55. I ' , '54. . . 1 . . ' b : In I b I H VI I- 'O e 5 V .H d 1 1 ,"Oh, th 1 :gun - In H b - 1, A' ' I 'I - ' ' ' , '55. I , , " ' ' tha ' i A : "H on th . ." 'HH i r" U I' In HT fl ' - 1 7 I ' 1 I I '55. ' ' ' Gaunder, Thomas Edward So o . , , F, Y ' e l ' : So . nl r . . D. ,531 ,M '. I , . f '53, '54. h ' ' , ' , '5 . r. . . gi, :, ' I " h a a A rs '55, - . , T f 1 A I I , Q 155i f. Y. . 9 H I "I Se th ' 1 " 'J :3' ' h DY a . . ,5I i , 3, ,5 I , I I ,. 4 HJ '53, '54, ' 55 Ie l Yb I '5 , '54, '557 Y- Hams Nancy ee Daughter of M and Mrs W J Har s The Greatest Love of All Warped War ble Laugh and the world laughs wlth you Weep and you weep alone Nan w s In Band 53 5 o eg Cu 55 Room A ent 53 Spanish ub 55 Pep Band Hams Peggy Elleen Daughter of Mr and Mrs Vern Harrls Paper Valen tune Warped Warble Someone who h nt heart Peg was un or us 53 Musuc Appreclatuon 5 54 Room Ag nt 3 5 YTeens 53 HnC 4 55 assustant devotuon dn rector 55 Hawkuns, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Mark Hawklns J e Typewrlter Song Warped Warble People who dont yell at football basketball a baseball games CA was an Annual Staff 55 Busmess Staff 54 55 Chorus 53 Contemporary Hustory Club 55 Baseball 53 54 55 Basketball 54 55 Volleyball 53 54 55 Journalnsm Staff 55 Jun nor Red Cross 53 Rado Club 54 55 YTeens 53 54 Typnst for Annual and REVEILLE REVIEW 55 Hon or Socuety 55 secretary Patrons Staff 55 Hayden Harold Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Hayden The Band Started Swinging a Song Warped Warble People who dont luke loud musnc Harold was In Spanish Club 54 Hendrlckson, Janet louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Burns Star Dust VVarped Warble Shuttlng e homeroom door after e f e m nute net was a Class Offtcer secretary 53 Baseball 54 55 Basketball 53 55 Volleyball 53 54 Radno Club 55 Y Teens Gnrls Athletlc Councul Hoffer Ramona Jean Daugher of Mr and Mrs Samuel Hofter Ramona Warped Warble People o d nt laugh at cute pokes Monte was un Art Club 54 Base al 54 Basketball 54 Volley ball 53 54 YTeens 54 Holbert Donald Clayton Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Deal Bongo on the Con Warped Warble get a rough turne about my nlckname Savage was ln Intramural Basketball 53 Res rve Football 53 Hornby Carol Duana Daughter of Mrs N H Hornby A Pretty Gurl ls Luke a M lody Warped Warble Kem Gerunzeltes Wlrbeln habe rch Carol was an Cheerleadmg 3 54 55 Class Oftncer sec retary 54 55 German Club 55 Baseball 53 4 Basketball 53 54 Volley ball 53 54 Musu: Appre clatlon 53 Raduo Club 53 54 55 Room Agent 53 Stu ent Council 54 55 vlce presudent 55 Debate 5 55 YTeens 54 55 secretary 53 Hon or Soclety 55 Horst, Marlene Daughter of Mr and Mrs Gus Horst Money sn t Everything Warped War ble No money no men oh have l trou bes Mar was In Chor u 53 54 55 Basketball 5 5 House, larry Wayne Son of Mrs Cleo House and the late Paul Hous Out of Thus World Warped Warble My school trou b es Wayne Hoyt Shrrley Mae Daughter of Mrs Dewey Hoyt and the late Mr Dew v Hoyt O What a Beautlful Mornung Warped Warble People who call me Shirley Mae Shnrt was rn Chorus 53 Honor Socuety 55 Hughes, Thomas Courtney S n of Mr and Mrs H B Hughes I Could Wrlte Book Warped Warble School nn general Law r was nn Band 53 55 Coll ge Club 55 Con temporary Hustory Club 54 5 H Y 54 55 secretary K y Club 54 55 a duo Club 54 55 Spanlsh u 54 Hull Karen Dianne Daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Hull Golden Days Warped Warble Remember boys in the service' Hugh? lHi Patj Kardy was in Band 53 5 Co lege Club 55 Home Economics Club 55 Jacobs John A Son of Mrs Kenneth W Jacobs and the late Kenneth W Jacobs My Sad Cigar ette Warped Warble I dlvlduals who solicit paper cylinders filled with tobac Jo nnie w s In Hi Y 54 La Renassiance 54 55 Room Agent 53 Stu dent Council 55 Johnson, Richard Pierce Son of Mr and Mrs D Johnson Love the Lassies Warped Warble He who likes not wine women or song remains fool hi whole life ong Dub w s In Hi Y 5 55 VI e president 55 Sphinx 55 Jones Carol Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Jones Sometimes lm Happy Warped War ble People who like pea nut butter. lHow about you Delores?I 'Jonesy was in Y-Teens 53, 54. Jones larry Duane Son of Mr, and Mrs Frank Jones: 'Voull Never Walk Alone. Warped Warble: "VI ere s Irving? 'Jon'ie was in VIC Club '54. Kappes, Ronald lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kappes: "Stout Hearted Men." Warped Warble: "Sleeping in ancient history class." "Ron" was in Intra- mural Basketball '54: Room Agent '55p Sphinx '55. Klein Leonard Newton Son of Mr and Mrs John Klein The Song Is You Warped Warble A I si e down the banister of life lll remember my friends as a splinter in my career G ee was Reserve Football 53 R serve Bas ketball Manager 53 Track 5 54 55 Varsity oot 54 Koblens, linda lee Daughter of Mr and Mrs F C Koblens Suns ine Warped Warble People who put ice cream on lem on m rmgue pies lHi Barbl Lin was in Business Staff Baseball 53 54 Bas etball 53 V eyball 53 5 55 Ra duo Club 54 55 YTeens 5 54 5 Koonts Earl William Son of Mr and Mrs A A Brenhus r Sweet Sue Warped Warble English classes of all kinds was In Contemporary His tory Club 53 R serv Foot ba 53 Koslow Martha Ann Daughter of Mr arid Mrs os w i You Eveh Warped Warble ople who say I m either stuck up or conceit Marcuann w s orus 53 54, 5, o- le e Club 55- La Renais- sance 54 5, i- - Home Economics Club 54, Kraseman, Jane Ellen Daughter of M . and Mrs. Gerald Kras-manz Leave It To Jane. Warped Warble: Making purchases. IHI, Lin- da and Annel. 'Janie was in College Club 5 Cont..mporary History Club ' : adio Club 4, 5 Sphinx 55, Thuspians 55. Kreager, Ronald Wayne Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Kreager: "Happy Wanderer." Warped Warble: "People who drive too slow." "Kreager" was in Hi-Y '55p Intramural Basketball '53. Langland, Patty Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Langland: Sisters. Warped Warble: People who call me Lou. lHi C.L.l. "Pa was in Library s- sistants 53' Y-Teens 53. Lawrence, linda Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Lawrence Dance Ballerina Dance Warped Warble me is b t e m go fish n Blondie was in Chorus Lawrence Rrchard Lee Son of Mr and Mrs Kavol K Lawrence Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered Warped Warble The way sogme of the teachers teach IC Le Blanc Thomas leurs Son of Mr and Mrs Amos Le anc Wat a Crazy People who call me Slant Moose was in Chorus 53 Contemporary History Club H Y Leckrone, Llnnle Ruth Daughter of Mr and Mrs Ellie Leckrone When You Wish Upon a Star Warped Warble Riding to school instead of Jay walking' Ln was an Annual Staff 55 Basketball 53 Volley a 53 54 Journalism Staff 55 La Renaissance 54 55 Music Appreciation 53 Radio Club 55 Sphinx 55 Student Council 54 55 eens 53 54 55 VICE president 53 Honor Society 55 Thesplans 55 Lee Maxine Louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs Luther Johnson Many New Day Warped Warble time fr rn 8 3 o 3 30 Max was un Chor 54 Hom Economics Club 54 Lees, Beatrice Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry V. Lees: Ill See You Again. Warped Warble: 'Lifetime fad-Hows Millie J.W? eanie was ' Chorus 54 559 Baseball 55- Basketball 53 54 55- Volleyball 551 Junior Red Cross 53- Radio Club 55- Sales Organization 53- H'- Club 5 55- Spanish Cu 54 5 Leighton, Myrtle .lean Daughter of Mrs T A Ge treu Someone to Watch Over Me Warped Warble People who always look after me IH: Cy and Mar Myrt was In Con test Speaking 53 Junuor e Cross 53 Room Agent 55 Sales Organization Thesplans 55 Yleens 53 5 lohrman, George .lr Son of Mr and Mrs George Lohrman Sr Just One of Thos Things Warped War e Nosey teachers George was in Intramural Basketball 53 Reserve Foot ball 53 Sphinx 55 Varsity Football 54 Love Richard Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Love You re My Every thing Warped Warble People who are late and drunk tea Duc was in Sphunx 55 Varsity Football 54 Lybarger, James Dale Son of Mrs Raymond El lnot Dawn Warped War e G ting up In he mornings nm McCort Patsy louuse Daughter of Mr and Mrs Godfrey McCort It was rutten he tars Warped Warble Slowpoke IHurry up Patl Pat was n Band 53 54 55 or us 53 5 .. . H . . ll IIJ ll V In .. H , , H I I I I I ,, , I . . , fn I A , 1 1 I ' , ' 1 , i C '14, ' , l b ' , 5 . ' I ll ' . 5 ' ' 11 , A IA I 4' I I ' f H I -'f ' V. H ,I - : Ti u a Y' . , . str I ' i in." ' .. ' . 9 R d ' , , , . . 1 4 - sa. 51 f . 153: , ' f - , 5 . , . . . H . I , .: A D 'I . . i " A' , bl z 5 " i . .. ff H - II I ' . . H , . .' , . . . , . ,. . k ., r . , . . .. . . . , 'I ' Bl " h H -' : H Guy. Warped Warble? , H H , ku , lr ll - 1 'I ' I I I ' '53, ' , '55. '54g i- '54. ' . ff ' ' 4 Il . ll A - I ' . I 1 ' ll .. i .. - Q H A . . ' . . - : , . f . ., . - bll'.': ' b'-. QS-.. ' 1 - I . J . i , , I . . . , Q 1. , . . . j . , Y-T' 1 f 1 ' - ' 1 , .' . , . I ' I I . , . H . D' .. W ' in t S ." . ., A Z 'll lr " e ' o :O t . ' , ' . Tl' ,, .. ,, . 1 .1 ' , , , Ch - . . . . Us , : 3 A ,'4, 55. . McCoy, Robert Ellis Son of Mr and Mrs F A McCoy Fiddle Faddle Warped Warble Too many teachers o w s CIV Club 53 54 McCnllrs Newell Lester Son of Mrs Isabel McCrullis little Red School House Warped Warble School Sklp McGaughy Robert Harry Son of Mr and Mrs Harry S McGaughy Wunderbar Warped Warble Oh for a world of no homework politicians at d Monday mornings Bo was in College Club 55 president 55 German Club 54 55 Intramural Basketball Ke Club 54 55 Room Agent 53 Student Council 55 Honor Society treasurer McGlone, Margaret Jacquelyn Daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul McGlone Life Upon the Wicked Stage Warped Warble Heard girls e sweet but those unheard are sweeter Oh my big mouth' Right Sherrie? Margie w s Business Staff 55- Cheerleaders 53 54 55- College Club 55, vice president 55' Contest Speaking 53 '54' Volley- 3 55- La en- aissance 55- Radio Club 54 55- Thespians 53 5 55 presid-nt 54 5' Y-Teens 55. MacFarIand Charles Ronald n of Mr, and Mrs. . MacFarland: Pipe - Dream- in . Warped W a r b I ez " irls. Mac was in Dis- tributive Education 55' L Renaissance 54 55. Maidel, Janice Arlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Maidel: "Some- thing to Shout About." Warped Warble: "People who talk too much and say nothing." "Jan" w ' C orus 53, ' , ' ,Ig - Teens '53, '55. V Makns, Alexandra Mary Daughter of Mr and Mrs Peter J Makrls Oh Oh Columbus Warped Warble This old school and this old town they re beginning to get me downl lHail Co- Iumbus'l Sandy was n College Club 55 Basketball Vo eyball 53 Renaissance 54 55 pres: dent 55 Sphinx 55 Hon or Society 55 Malherbe Myra Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs L V Malherbe Where Oh Where Warped War ble Hey Ellie' Look out for that stop sign' Malherbe lAgtnl Rosemary louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs l. V Malherbe S n Love Warped Warble I am Agln to drive that Ford Rosemary w s in as ball 53 54 Basketball 53 Volleyball 53 Sales Organ ization 53 54 Home Eco nomic Club 55 Manchester, Dons Duane Daughter of Mrs Annabelle Manchester Dream a Lit tle Dream of Me Warped Warble Guys who drive Buucks Diane w s in College Club 55- Home Economics Club 55 presi- dent 55- Spanish Club 54 55- Honor Society 55. Mantonya, Dolores Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mantonya: 'Too Mar- velous for Words. Warped Warble: "People who call us names 'Huh ZeIda?I. Dee was in Library A- sistants 53' Student Coun- c' 54- Y-Teens 53 ' Honor Society 55. Martin, Gerald Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curp: "MeIodie of Dance. Warped Warble: "Poor girls' feet that l step on at the gym-iam. "Jerry" was ' Cross Country '54, Intra- mural Baseball '53y Intra- mural Basketball '53, '54, '55: Speedball '53g Track '55, Varsity Baseball '53, '54, Manager '53, 547 Var- sity Football '53, Manager '53, VIC Club '53. Mason, Vlolet Ann Daughter of Mrs Sarah Ma son Oh Those Days Warped Warble Oh those Frlday nlghts at the foot ball games w s IH Sales Organlzatlon Home Econornlcs Club 55 Mellck Marlorle Ann Daughter of Mrs Carl Heald One More Dream Warped Warble People who ask lf m alr bleache Marge was n YTeens 53 54 55 GAA ln Mans I8 53 Metcalf Patrlcla Emellne Daughter of Mr and Mrs W M tcalt e s Dream Warped Warble Athletlc coaches who dls llke athletes to b ln plays Pat was ln College Club 55 Contest Speaklng 53 54 Basketball 53 Volley ball 53 La Renalssance 54 Radlo Club 54 secretary treasurer Sphlnx 55 Thesplaus 53 54 55 secretary 54 Hon or Soclety 55 Mlke Dorothy Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs Pete Mllce Frlendshlp Warped Warble Not get ln enough eat slumber partles ot was Annua Staff 55 Baseball 54 Journal lsm Staff 55 Room Agent 53 Student Councll 55 Y Teens 53 54 Honor Soclety 55 Mlller Albert Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs Charles l Abracadabra W a r p e d Warble A was ln VlC Club 4 55 vlce presldent 54 Muller Emma Mellssa Daughter of Mr and Mrs Mlll So Near an Yet So Far Warped War e Furloughs that QUY cant get lHl oel Me Mlller, James Frederlc Son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Ml ler LIVE and Let Llve Warped Warble Nosey teachers lm was Sphlrlx 55 Mlller Marllyn Ann Daughter of M and Mrs C House The Sun Shlnes Brlghter Warped Warble Handsome man nerly boys und r swaylng pa ms l Vlo et and Coolyl n y w s Contemporary HISTOYY 55 Y Teens 53 Honor Soclety Mlller, Marllyn Ruth Daughter of Mr and Mrs A Ml r Rldln lg Warp d Warble Drlvln w en r o u n d Marllyn was I0 Band 54 55 Col ege Club 5 Mlller Raymond Bernard Son of Mr and Mrs Carl Mlller So Easy to Remem Warped Warble Dorene u w s Cross Country 53 lntra mural Basketball 5 R serve Football 53 Sphlnx rack Varslty Foolball 54 55 Montgomery Delores Mae Daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Montgomery Mld nlght Lullaby Warped Warble Why does lt get so late so early Dee was tn Band 53 Volleyball 55 YTeens 55 Home Econom Cs Club 55 secretary 55 Moore Charles Arthur Son of Mr Henry Moore and Mrs Jam s Maxwell l Hav nt Got a Worry ln the World Warped War Too much school Charley was ln Reserve Football 53 I 11 ' 11 I I ' ' ,I ' 1 I 11 - - 11 , . 7 ' I ' I 11 ' I11 11Vi11 a - I II' HJ- in . , .SAI I . 1 I . I . 11 D tl : C r' H I . " ' ' - ' 1 ' 11 y h ' is d." . " I . 11 11 I I ' Q ' . ' - l. lH', 'l f ld I 54. I11 11' k 11 a In - 1 1 , , I - 1 55. 1 O. . e : "Lif l a 11 . . . . A . 11 I I, I I . 11 11 - V C. . lle : " ' H h." 1 I 1 1 3 I : " ' ' 2 1 Q 1 , Q h J.J.s a . 1 I I 1 I 11 . 11 - 153I 1 f 1 155' ' ' - l '5 1 55. ' I 1 I 1 1 ' - ' 155, Spanlsh Club '54, '55. - 1 - 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 I I 1 I1 I 1 1 ' I 11 ' - . ,, ' ' " Q . ffl, ,, it be-" 1 I ' D ll .H IIB dll a in ln I ' I . ' 1 I ' 1 ' ' 41 e- . I , . 1 ' - 154 1 1 1g 7 1 551 T 53, 54, -57 1 I I 1 1 I . , , 1I I 1 1 , . - 1 - 11 ' M'ller:. " If' ' ' t "AVI" 11 1 lr ll ll ' ' ' 1 I l 5 1 - g 1 - ' I - I I, ' I I ' I , . 1 1 . e 1 E. .I. ' er: " d II -U II I" - ble: . I, 11 11 b' 1 . J ,. ,, ,., 1 , I . . . Morrlson, Barbara Lynne Daughter of Mr and Mrs Morruson of Sudden My Heart Smgs Warped Warble me work assugnments Club and Commsttee meetnngs and short week ends Babs was an Annual Staff 55 Busmess Staff 55 College Club 55 German Club 54 55 .lournalusm Staff 55 Musuc Apprecnatuon 53 54 a no Club 55 Room Agent 55 Sphinx 55 Y Teens 53 54 55 presl dent 54 Honor Socuety 55 Morrow, Betty louise Daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd E Morrow For No Rhyme or R ason Warped Warble People who get In m w y hen I am un a hurry School and home work n general ea truce was In Basketball 53 Volleyball 54 Mount Nancy Jane Daughter of Mr and Mrs M M Mount The Terry Theme Warped Warble People who don t answer my questuons Nancy was an Busmess Staff 55 Basketball 53 54 55 Vol le all 53 54 55 Ra no C ub 54 55 Thespuans 55 presadent 55 Myers Martha Delores Daughter of Mrs Sue Myers Nothmg But You Warped Warble Boys who enlnst nn the Navy Dee was nn Chorus 53 Bgsketbdall 54 Volleyball Nelghbor, Nancy Kotron Daughter of Mr and Mrs James E Neughbor Young at Heart Warped Warble People w o thunk m younger t an m Blondue was nn Chorus I treasurer 54 Home Econom rcs 55 vuce presndent 55 Nerny Carolyn Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs A J Nerny Starlight of Hope Warped Warble 3l3 Study Hall Toots was tn Busmess Staff 55 College Club 55 Y Teens Nethers, Mary Eleanor Daughter of Mrs Cormne Nethers Melody of Love Warped Warble Certam songs and thesr connectlon wa c e rt a I n people Mary was Busmess Staff 53 54 55 Busmess Manager 54 Patron Staff Y Teens 53 54 Honor Soclety 55 Northey, Cora Mae Daughter of Mrs Muldred Northey Gayety Warped Warble Certam annoyung people nn home room 314 Cone was nn Busmess Staff 55 Chorus 53 54 Basketball 53 Volleyball 53 YTeens 53 Oatman, Carol loss Daughter of Mr and Mrs C rl L Oatman Sweet heart Specual Warped Warble Oh those crazy brldge club meetmgs Hlya Gang' Carol was ln us :ness Staff 54 College Club 55 Future Teachers 53 54 Art Club 54 vlce presndent Agent 53 Sphinx 5 Y Teens 54 O Bnon, Neal Raymond Son of Mr and Mrs Ray mond OBrlen The Hugh and the Mnghty Warped Warble Getting u at 4 am to go to Dayton or Columbus Nob was In Class Offuces 54 55 press dent 54 55 College Club 55 Intramural B sketball 53 55 Key Club 53 54 55 vlce presudent 55 Ra no Club 3 chaurman 55 Reserve Foot ball Manager 53 Student Councvl 53 54 55 hes plans 54 55 Varsuty D ae 53 54 ODQII larry loo Son of Mr and Mrs How ar ODelI Aunt That a Shame Warped Warble Juvennle Court O Dell Oluver Jesse S Son of Mrs L M Ower lts a Wonderful World Warped Warble Homeroom 4 ux w s un IS trnbutuve Educatnon presudent A. 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Warped Warble That cer tam boy who used to call m Wlnnle Frenchie was un Chorus 53 54 55 Y Teens 53 Honor Socrety Robmson, Paul Edward Son of Mr and Mrs Arlus H Robinson Just a Lrttle Thing Called Rhythm Warped Warble Going through our Band drnlls Robby was nn Band 54 55 Drum Malor 55 Band Council 54 55 Spanush Club 55 Roderick Donald Presley Son of Mr and Mrs Presley Rodernck W ere ls th I e hat ate I e 9 Warped Warble Those Saturday mght partnes Rod was nn Intramural Basketball 54 Reserve Bas ketball 53 Reserve Foot ball 53 Speedball 54 Var sat Baseball 53 54 C Club 54 Roeder Ramon Albert S n of Mr a d M s R J Roeder Luve for Today Warped Warble Dramat a w s es I ns 54 55 vrce press dent 55 Roeder Roger Joseph SnofMradMrsRJ Roe er Lets Be Buddles Warped Warble Musty classes oe Rose, Noreta Jane Daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter E Rose Rose of the Mornmg Warped Warble All those Incense numbers HU Mr Huh' or was In Chorus 54 55 YTeens Russell .lulra Ann Daughter of Mrs George A Russell Luke a Star an he Nught Warped Warble eople who ta oo much Julne was C orus 53 braruan 55 Home Econom rcs Club 54 - I h .l H . t ' '- ' 11 - ' . 11 e l 11 - ' .Y Al ' . 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Ryan, Mary Clarro Daughter of Mr and Mrs D R n Thmkmg You Warped Warble People who say I gve them an mferrorrty complex because l tease them Mary was In Busmess Staff 55 College Club 55 Baseball 53 54 55 as ketball 53 54 55 Volley 3 54 55 YTeens 53 54 55 Glrls Athletic Cooncrl 54 55 Salyer Robert Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs Hobart Salyer Make Way for To morrow Warped Warble Mr Hale and hrs crvrcs Sal was rn Reserve Foot ball 54 Room Agent 53 Sanders, uonna Pauline Daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Sanders e Heart ls Qurcker than the ye Warped Warble Those shy and handsome bo s IH ayj Donna was nn Chorus 54 Room Agent 54 Y Teens 53 Saxon, Anne Martha Daughter of Mr and Mrs W M Saxon Dreams of Youth Warped Warble People Pl who beat me playung gun rumrny Anne was rn College Club 55 Contemporary Hrstory Club 5 Radio Club 55 e transferred from Central Ca oluc Hn School Bnllmgs Montana There Anne was In Glee Club 53 accompannst 53 Pep Club 53 54 Lubrary 54 Band 5 4 Scarrett James lee n of Mr d M s L Scarrett O Wu e Dance Warped Warble Two drfferent dances the same night Rrght Slant? Haxr was rn lntra mural Basketball 53 Sphinx Sebold John Paul Son of Mr and Mrs Harold E Se old Young Man Wu Horn Warped Warble Rutter Hans was In Band 53 54 5 Key Club 54 55 College Club 55 Student Councrl 53 54 55 Honor Soclety Sellers, Lee Ernest Son of Mrs Lucrlle Sellers Shvne on Me Warped Warble Those out of town games were fun but the real fun came after the game KH amy rm was rn Business Staff 55 Room Agent 55 Sensabaugh Robert Wrlllem Jr Son of Mr and Mrs Rob rt W Sensabaugh Take Me Out To the Ball Game Warped Warble Another Redskrn but the dust en sy was In Chorus 53 l tramural Basketball 53 Track 53 VlC Club 53 54 Shacltleford Samuel Roan Son of Mr and Mrs Sam Shackleford Sams Song Warped Warble Women drlvers am was class offrcer presudent 53 Intramural Basketball Reserve Basketball Speedball 53 Varslty Foot ba 54 Shaw Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr and Mrs F C Shaw Just We Two Warped Warble Keepmg track of Kay Barbara was on Basketball 53 Room Agent 54 Volleyball 53 Shaw Kay Carol Daughter of Mr and Mrs F C Shaw Just We Two Warped Warble Keepnng track of Barbara Kather me was Dustrubutlve Educatuon 55 secretary 55 Basketball 53 Volleyball Sheppard Robert Charles Son of Mr and Mrs E W Sheppard Say Au Revour But Not Goodbye Warped Warble Mass McCreary Shep was In La Renals sance 54 55 Scnence Club E. . ya : " ' ' ol 11 . 11 3 " - - 11 11 - 1 ' I ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 11 I I I I I J B , .I I, I S , Tl 1 1 1 - I 1 1, : - 1 ' ball 5 , , 1 - ' 1 1 1 . - 1 - 1 1 1 - 1 1 , . 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' Trlplett Thomas Terrence Walton James Paul Son of Mr and Mrs Vern Trlplett Dream a Lt e Dream of Me Warped War e None I love he world Trlp was rn ar suty Football 5 Track ey C u Thespnans 55 an dusky he was a Class Of flcer 53 54 presudent 53 5 Track 53 54 Varsn y Football 53 54 Reserve Basketball 53 Untued, Ruth Ann Daughter of M Leonard Untled ond Mrs Henry D val I rn Always Chasung Raunbows Warped Warble My enemles then m fruends now Ruthue was In Volleyball 53 HIC Club 54 55 secretary 55 Teens 53 54 treasurer 54 Utrevls, Rlchard Ray Son ot Mr and Mrs John Utrevls at a Tune? Warped Warble Band practices IS was In Band 53 54 Intramural Basketball 53 54, Sphnnx 55 Van Voorhls Ronald Gene Son of Mr and Mrs Wally Van Voorhus Trumpeters Lullaby Warped Warble e Band Chargo as In B nd 53 5 Intramural Basketball 54 Wagers Ray lewis on of M and Mrs Wagers Whats the use of Wonderln'9 Warped War e B mg at the ru ht place at the wrong tlme Ray was In Cross Coun r 3 H Y tramural Basketball 53 5 Re an Se mg Speedball 53 Track 53 Re serve Football 55 Walker Sylvla Duane Daughter of Mr and Mrs E Walker I Dream Too Much Warped Warble Vulgar people who use vulgar language Dlane vv s In College Club 5 Latnn Club 55 Sphlnx 55 A Rocky Rver Ohio D ane was ln Frlendshlp 53 S n of Mr and Mrs ul Wa ton a Grea Land Warped Warble Pitchers that hut Waltz was nn Cross Country 55 HIY 55 Intramural Base ball 53 Intramural Basket 53 54 Reserve as ketball Manager 53 Sp ed a 3 5 55 Varsu Basketball Manager 54 55 Varsity Baseball 53 4 Watson Darwln Rollm Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Watson M Touchdown U S A Warped Warble eople t at t nn bleached my hanr Cud dles was class treasurer 53 Intramural Basketball 54 Radu: Club 53 Reserve Bas etball Track 5 55 Varsnty Football 54 Watson Marnlyn .lean Daughter of Mr and Mrs James Watson Snttnng Pret Warped Warble dependent fellows Maru Iyn was un College ub 55 La Renaissance 54 55 Sphinx 55 YTeens 54 55 Webb Susan Beryle aughter of Eliza et Webb Sincerely Warped Warble Love laugh and learn and the world wlll be your kingdom Susie was In Basketball 53 54 Volleyball 53 54 YTeens 5 4 Weekley Franklm Eugene Son of Mr and Mrs C W Weekley Dont Ask Me Not To Sung Warped War ble Man those women' rankue w s n Chorus 53 54 55 Cross Country I Intra mural Baseball 53 Intra mural Basketball 53 Sphlnx 5 Track 3 Wetland Henry Charles Son of Francls We: and Please :nk f Warped Warble Classes books an teachers Hank . . o . . 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Warped Warble: 'The reopening f 'Frank s Place 1 Dode was in Cross Country 53, rack 53, '54, 55' Varsity Football '53, 54' VIC Club 5, 4. White, Cynthia Bath Daughter of M and Mrs Walter White On Your Toes Warped Warble People who lust cant hur Cy was in Chorus Contemporary History Club 53 Baseball 53 54 55 Basketball 53 54 55 Volleyball 53 54 55 Thespians 55 YTeens White, Kay louise Daughter of Mrs Anna B ite Lltte Girl ue Warped Warble Everyone elses troubles Kay was I Band 53 54 55 C or 54 Whrtls Maxme Carol Daughter of Mr and Mrs R W i is Love L Eyes Warped Warble ust Bunk in around Maxme was In Band 53 YTeens 53 Band Councnl 54 Band Librarian 54 Wiley Ann loulse Daughter of Mr and Mrs John Wiley On y or You Warped Warble Slow people Ann was n College Club 55 on test Speaking 53 54 Ger man Club 54 55 Baseball 5 54 55 Basketball 3 Radio Clu Room Agent 55 Sphinx 55 Thespians 54 55 Y Teens 54 president 53 secretary 55 Honor Society Wills Shirley Ann Daughter of M and Mrs E Wi In My Own Quiet Way Warped War e Those people who think I talk too much i M Douglasl Shlrttaul was in German Club 55 Baseball 53 Basketball 53 54 Volleyball 53 54 Wilson, Harry leon Son of Mr, and Mrs. arl Wilson: ' When You Are Young. Warped Warble: ' Money, liberty, and pur- suit of happiness. Hank s in H'-Y '54 55' n - mural Basketball 53 - Sphinx 55. Wolfe Richard Cary Son of Mr and Mrs Cary Parker Wolfe Play a Sum ple Melody Warped War e Women drivers Wolfie was in Band 53 5 5 Worth Davrd Dwight Son of Mr and Mrs Gene Worth Strike U e Band Warped Warble People who cant make up t eir mind KH Ronnie Eddie and Drckl Mon go nan w s in Band 3 5 5 Wnght Patty lou Daughter of Mr and Mrs W Wright Just I e A Doll Warped Warble Curly brown hair convinc ing blue eyes and a deceiv 1 smile H i a was in Business Staff 55 55 Basketball 55 Volley bal 55 YTeens 55 Wright Warren Richard S n of Mr a d M s J V Wright Rollin Home Warped Warble Home room Warren w s n VIC Club 54 Wright Wlllram Clarence S n of Mr a d M s C E Wright Buddy Warped Warble Studying for tests w s n Sphinx 55 Spanish Club 55 Track Manager 53 54 C 1 A O 11 I I 1 A11 1 11 T , wa I , , I tra 1 I 1 I 154, 1 3 15 1 Y. . I ' . 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' 'I ' 3 1 ' ' 1 1 1' 1 I ' f 1 1 ' f '55f 1x Q 5 Yarnelll Della Daughter of Mr and Mrs C Yarnelll Count Every tar Warped Warble Hey Lounse wonder lf all the boys In the country are un ecudd lake Ora and Burt? uq Yost, Betty June Daughter of M and Mrs Kenneth Yost S Sweet and Lovely Warped War ble Oh those motorcycle rrdes Bubbles Yost, Helen Jean Daughter of Mr and Mrs L Garrett Wlth a Song In My Heart Warped War ble Chocolate and three boys Jerky Zmsmelster David leon Son of Mr and Mrs C Zrnsmeuster If You Knew Susle Warped "VarbIe Chewxng gum nn Ancient History ave W s n Cross Country 55 HeY 54 Intramural Bas ball 53 I tramural Basketball 54 55 Sphmx 55 1 S- ll V V f . d ' e ' , .H .tp HU r. . , r.: " H - : ,. I A 1, H tt F. . 1" ' - 1, D ' 1. ' . IA IA II . . . . L. . . I ,, - AH i I - .H HD H B 5 ' . '- l . e ' 7 n- , 1 V THE MUS C B ILDING The Music Building was open for use at the beginning of the current school year, September, 1954. Having served pre- viously as a commercial garage, it was purchased from Cochran Motors in January, l954, for S60,000. Total cost of the proiect including plumbing, paint, lumber, spouting, and mis:ellaneous items, and fees to Thomas Flannigan lrenovaterl, Licking Electric, Westinghouse ,and Owens-Corning was S78,l8l.56. Myron Pearce, band director and head of music de- partment, drew the plans, A considerable amount of the actual labor was accomplished by loyal band members. Mrs, Harold B. Hughes designed the lounge llobbyl and the Band Parents Club furnished it. Above is pictured from top left a view of the lounge, front exterior of the building, and another view of the loungey second panel, the auditorium looking south toward the band risers and a view of practice rooms along west wall-choir area is in foreground, third panel, Mr. Pearce giving instruction in one of the practice rooms on east side of building, Mr. Pearce and Mr. Griffin at Mr. Pearce's desk in the office. and Mr. Pearce in the music libraryg fourth panel, another view of practice rooms, and the auditorium as it looked before remodeling. UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standung Mary Ann Pound Treasurer Jacquelnne Goodwun secretary Seated-Wiiliam Duffee, vice-presidenb David Patterson president. Row I Row l Charles Abbott Sherilyn Bowell George Acock Dean Bowman Lawrence Acton Richard Bowman Row 2 Row 2 Shirley Allman David Boyce John Anderson Thomas Bradshaw Clement Anderson Claudia Bringardner Row 3 Row 3 Nancy Anderson Gary Brookhart Robert Armentrout Beverly Brookover Judith Ashcraft Lxnda Broseus Row Row 4 Dan Ault Diane Brown Eddie Bagent Girard Brown Carole Baird Rose Brown Row Row 5 Anna Bake, Judith Brutchey Roberta Ballinger Dont' Ann B'Yanl Tom Barrick John BVYSON Row 6 Row 6 Douglas Basford Evelyn Burden Richard Bausman James Burrell John Beckham James Bush Row 7 Row Roberta Benson laffv Bush Jo Ann Bently James Berger Robert Cameron Janice Caldwell Row 8 Row 8 M C vvtmam Bibler My me' Richard Buddle Sandra Biddle Rlchald Cash R 9 Row 9 ow Roderick Bishop Deannap Chulcla D Bl k att: C urch onna ac Virginia Black Martha Claggell Row 'IO Pew 10 Mary Cleggett Shirley Blackstone Nancy Clark Robert Blakeley Duane Cline Marilyn Bodah Row ll Row I1 Larry Cline Wllham Bodoh Danuel Cochran Mama Boell Richard Cochran Nancy Bogahn Not pictured us Althea Buchanan 63 4 5 . 7 V' . I , John Carver Row 'I Thomas Cochran Donald Colangelo Barbara Cooper Row 2 Larry Cooper Joseph Corby Charles Coutelher Row 3 Larry Crane Constance Crego George Culp Row 4 Roberta Danford Paul Daugherty Don Davxs Row 5 Rose Davis Jerry Day Marcla Dernxng Row 6 Rober DeMooy Darrell Duck e D115 Row 7 Carolyn Donaghue Ronald Donaldson Margaret Donavon Row 8 Martha Doughty Nanette Duckett Janet Duff Row 9 Wnllnam Duffee Joseph Dumm Donald Dunaway Row 'IO Charles Dupree Loss Eagle Rosemary Ellus Row 'll Mary Evans Mollue Evans Damel Evans Not pnctured Wolham Dames Donald Dyar Row I Marsha Farquhar Betty Fee Naomu Fu e Row 2 Conme Fmney Muchael Fntzgubbon Patrnck Fnzpatruck Row 3 Lmda Flanmgan Davnd Forgraves Herman Foster Row 4 Sandra Fox Rnchard Francls Rnchard Franks Row 5 Joyce Fulk LaVonne Gander Jan Gartsnde Row 6 James Garvln Ronald Glover Row 7 Jackue Goodwm Donald Grady Douglas Grandstaff Row 8 Sue Grannon James Green Wlllne Green Row Roger Grlgsby Roger Groves Davnd Guest Row 'IO Kurby Gull Donna Gutrldge George Haas Row 'I'I Wrlluam Hagerman Juduth Haga Suzanne Hamnlron l ' 'lc f . Patricia Glaunsinger Td 'l 9 64 Row 'I Carmella Hansford John Harlow Tom Hartman Row 2 Jenenne Hatfield Keith Helms Claudia Holeton Row 3 Ellen Holmes Carol Hommon Richard Hood Row 4 Floyd Hosklnson Connie House Kenneth Howard Row 5 Norman Huber James Huddy Carolyn Hughes Row 6 Richard Hughes Rosalie Hughes Hester Huklll Row 7 James Hull Richard Huston Nancy Hyre Row 8 Sondra lnscho Mary lvers Paul Johnson Row 9 Row 'I Patricia Kinser Dale Knerr Herbert Koehler Row 2 Jo Kramer George Krebs Gary Kreider Row 3 Janice Lake Allen Lane Arlene Lane Row 4 Larry Laughery Carolyn Laymen Margie Lescody Row 5 Naomi Leslie Ted Levi gston Don Livingston Row 6 Roberta Lumm Margaret Lusk Margery Lusk Row 7 McCament Ruclrard McConnell Ronald McDonald Row 8 Jack McHenry David McKuernan Charles McLean Row 9 Stanley McMann1s Thomas Johnson William Johnson Ed ' U Ann Macklin 10 R ' ' Mary i Q l , I - 65 Eddie Carol Jones Row Jones onnue Jones Roger Keck Row 11 Keeran Hummel Kenm Saundra Knger Donald McVey Row I0 Loretta Maddux Sharon Markle June Marquis Row ll Robert Marriott Mary Martin Nancy Martin Not pictured are Louella Kirkpatrick Phyllis McVrc ner Row I Row I Patricia Martin Robert Oder Teresa Martln William Offenbaker James Mason Betty Oliver Row 2 Row 2 Karla Mason Norvagene Owens Richard Masteller John Parrell Rrchard Mayhew Sharla Patton Row 3 Row 3 Robert Melton David Patterson Joan Meloy Cynthia Paul David Miller William Pederson Row 4 Row 4 Ronald Miller William Pennybaker Martha Mills David Petty Margaret Mohler Ruth Pettit Row 5 Row 5 Charles Mortnett Thomas Petrsll Earl Montgomery Linda Phillips Tl'lOf8 MOON! Janet Piper Row 6 Row 6 Robert Moorehead Mary Ann Pound Tim Morehouse Virginta Price Robert Morris Carol Priest Row 7 Row 7 Marlorie Mosher Richard Prouty Beverly Mossman William Pursley Row 8 Row Barbara Mullins Joyce Quack Delcle Myers Trent Ralston Marilyn Myers Toby ay Row Redman Carl Reed Joyce Rnan Row 9 I Gary Negele Ver a Mary Anne Neighbor Eddie Nelson Row I0 Row I0 Richard Rice Mary Nethers Donald Richards Carolyn Nichols Franklin Richcreek Jeanette Northcraft Row ll Marlene Richey ROW ll Floyd Ridenbaugh Dana Null James Ritc ey Rl-'fl' Null Not pictured are Norna lm' Ode' Jean Phillips Patricia Price William Ray 66 Gwendolyn Moss Jacqulin Purks 8 ' R 9 Row 1 James Roberts Glenn Robmson Nancy Robtnson Row 2 Davud Roof Rtchard Roth Zona Schworm Row 3 Mary Shaffer Nancy Shannon Ruby Shaub Row 4 George Shepard Marllyn Stegle Mary Slmpktns Row 5 John Sampson Lynn Strnross Mary Skees Row 6 Muchael Slebodntk Donald Smanles Charles Smtth Row 7 Donald Smtth Harry Smufh Ltnda Smtth Row Mtchael Smith Stanley Smtth Tom Smtth Row 9 Joan Srmth Margaret Smucker Rtchard Spence Row 10 Sharon Spttzer Barbara Sprung Marlorte Sprung Row 11 Beatrtce Spurrter Carol Stauffer John Stevens Not ptctured Carol Smtth John Wclfle Mtldred Smtth Row I P I Stockdale Rtchard Stockdale Ralph Styers Row 2 Melvtn Sullivan John Sulltvan Ronald Sulllvan Row 3 John Sutphen Ltnda Swan Helen Tate Row 4 Thomas Teuscher Martlyn Trimble Helen Tucker Row 5 Nadvta Urbantck Kathleen Vermnlllon Mary Ann Vogelmeter Row 6 Nancy Wages Patty Wagner Paul Walker Row 7 Laura Ward Betty Warrtngton Carol Warthen Row 8 Leona Webb Mary Welsch Rlcharcl Wetzel Row 9 Patty Whtte Franklin Wtckham Gary Wnlltams Row I0 Ralph Wtlltams Gerald Wtlls Jamce Wtse Row ll Davtd Wolf John Wolfe wt A ' 1 1 4 l Y l a 67 Row I Genevieve Worley Evelyn Wright Helen Wright Row 2 Robert Wright Joan Wyckoff UNIOR ASSEMBLY CHORUS LINE Left Oo right Carol .Iones .lamce lake Jaclue Goodwm Martha Malls Conme Fmney Margaret Mohler Sandra Klger Arlene Lane Joyce Fulk Marlorne lusk Marnanne Rrley Rosalie Hughes lunda Plullups Jackie Purks Mary Ivers Nancy Marhn 1 r 1 f f 1 1 r 1 1 r r 1 1 1 - SOPHOMURE CLASS OFFICERS Phyllls Cooperrnder secretary Lee Kennedy presndenf James Sprlngston vice president Barbara Church Treasurer Y M! Row I James Abbott, William Acklin, Shirley Agin Row 2 Roger Allen, Judy Anderson Gloria Ankrum Row 3 Roland Athey Paul Azbell Fred Bachmann Row 4 Shirley Bagent Brooke Baker Mary Banks Row 5 Don Barber Charlotte Barker John Barker Row 6 Lewis Edwin Barnes James Barrick Sterling Bartoe Row 7 Evelyn Barton Valorle Bastln William Bates Row 8 Jerry Baumgartner Carol Bennett Row 9 Theodore Benson Virginia Berger Barbara Billman Row IO ole Billman Bo Black Marilyn Boel Row ll Harold Bondy David Bope La Ferne Bostic Not Pictured Roger Boggs Row 1 Judy Bowers, Lowell Bowers, Mona Bowers Row 2 Patricia Bowers, Mitze Boylan, Ruth Bradley Row 3 James Brenemin Betty Bromley David Brooks Row 4 uarv Brooks Susan Brooks Kay Brown Row 5 ay Brown Fred Brommage William Bryan Row 6 use Burden Judy Burkan Kathleen Busw Row 7 Kathryn Bush Larry Butte Norman Caldwell Row B Paul Campbell Charles Carr Row 9 Betty Carson Diana Cartnal Charles Cashdollar Row I0 Elizabeth Chapman Victor Lance Chisser Edgar Chism Row ll Barbara Church Ronald Church Michael Cleggett 1 , , , X , . , R f I l ' A l VT . . I S t y , , ' I , , Frank Bell, Richard Carpenter, X X S . 4 l ft . L' Car ' , J h l' b , 1 ' I 70 Row I Jo Ann Clark, Arthur Clawson, Hilda Clemings Row 2 Gary Cocanour, Susan Coehlo, Darlene Collin Row 3 Richard Conners, Phyllis Cooperrider, Pat Couden Row 4 Darlene Courson, Tom Cowles, Sylvia Coyle Row 5 Barbara Croak Carolyn Cronin Robert Crothers Row 6 John Cunningham Roland Cunningham Alice Danford Row 7 Mona Darnes Dewy Daugherty Loyd Davis Row 8 Richard Davis Ronald Dawkins Maxlne Dawson Row 9 James Deck Patricia Denny Donald Dickerson Row 10 Warren Dickover Larry Di pennene Sam Donaldson Row ll James Donley Mary Dozer Nick Draglcs Not Pictured Diana Clark Bill Coventry Row I Patricia Drake, Rita Drumm, Darlene Drurnm Row 2 Gary Dudgeon, Joan Dugan, Bonnie Dunlap Row 3 Cynthia Dunlap, Terry Dunlap, Raymond Dupree Row 4 Joan Durdon, Nancy Earley, Bernard Eckstein Row 5 Rearhel Eismon Albert Farmer Jack Farquhar Row 6 Donald Farrow Janet Ferry Jerry Fifielcl Y Row 7 Martha Finley Diane Fitzsnmmons Phyllis Flanigan Row 8 Ronald Font Betty Foreman Catherine Frazier Row 9 a Freeman Ronnie Garey Sally Gartsude Row I0 Ann George Mild ed Grlham Judith Goff Row ll Shirley Goodin Martin Gough John Grant Row 'I Ann Green Margery Green Robert Green Row 2 Nancy Greer Saundra Grlffuth Joyce Grove Row 3 Nancy Grove Claire Grunwald Charlotte Gutrldge Row 4 ex Hackley Janet Hohn Joan Ha Row 5 Barbara Hallowell Nancy Hamulton Patrlcua Hamllton Row 6 Rosalne Hamulton James Hanes Jo Ann Harper Row 7 E us Harrns Wllber Harter Paul Hastungs Row 8 Richard Hayden Geraldine Hayes Edward Haynes Row 9 eda Held Harold Heughtshoe Audrey Henry Row I0 Rlchard Henry Nelson Hess Homer Hull Row 'II Kenneth Hnlleary James Hoffer Terry Hoffer Row 'I Keith Hogue Emnly Sue Hollar Kenny Hollar Row 2 Janus Holmes Larry Holmes Susann Holton Row 3 Larry Hoover Beverly Hotchkiss Nancy Hottsnger Row 4 Keuth House Joseph Howarth Edwm Hughes Row 5 Davld Hummel Larry Hunt Beverly lden Row 6 Joan ller Saundra Imhoff Verna lnlow Row 7 Mike Jeffries Martha Johnson Nancy Johnson Row 8 Barbara Johns Durwood Jones John Jones Row 9 Lunda Jones Robert Jones Charlotte alser Row Carol Kalt Gerald Kappes Donna Kay Row Mary Keller Betty Kendall Lee Kennedy Not Ptctured Jerry Kapp , V , V I J I . . 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K I0 4 V V V V ll V ' V V I A , 72 Row 1 Row 'I Carolyn Keylor nm yons Barbara Kldwell Sandra Lytle Orvulle Klger Gaul McBrlde Row Row 2 Kenny King Larry McClain Betty Kleun .hm McCrrllns Patrucua Kmsely Patty McCullough Row Row 3 Ronald Koop Ann McDonald Patrncua Kunkle Rod McElfresh Murnam Koster Duane McFarland Row Row 4 Jacob Laeufer McKee Dorus Lake Carole McLaughlln Harry Lamb Ted McMullen Row 5 Row 5 'ucrlle Lambert Nrcholas Markus Larry Lane Muke Manley Lunda ane Phllnp Mantonya Row 6 Row 6 Brenda Larason Wullnam Marrme Jerry LaRue John Melton Robert Laughery Nancy Messumer Row 7 Row 7 Thomas Lawrence Joanne Metcalf Thomas Lawyer Rodney Meyer Wayne Layton Larry Maller Row 8 Row 8 Y ee Walter 'Vlrller Larry Leedy John Multon Janet Lneber Gerald Manton Row 9 Row 9 Sandfa Llghlle Donald Mrracle Gene l-OHV Larry Mitchell Robert Lohrman Wnlltam Mutchell Row I0 Rqw IO JOYCQ Long ay Monroe Sherrnan Lookenott Rebecca Moore Jerry Loughman James Moran Row 11 Row Il Charles Luke, Joyce Morehead, Lmda Lusettr, Kathleen Morrnson, Phyllts Lybarger Bert Morton 73 , J' L f , , 2 . 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'I f f r f , , Larr L , ,' V , , I . y , , , R , r , Row I Jerry Mossman Sharon Mount, Brent Myers Row 2 Connne Myers Terry Myers Monte Nagy Row 3 James Nemeth Jerry Nethers Mary Nethers Row 4 Judy Newman Arletta North Barbara Northrup Row 5 Judy Northrup Judith Null Glorlann OBruen Row Alnce Ogle Nancy Orr Ronald Orr Row 7 Anthony Oxley Donald Parker Row 8 Fred Parrlll Charlene Patterson Tom Peck Row 9 Nancy Pettlt James Pettnt lvy Plckermg Row Judy Pnerson Betty Pumm Lmd Po Row I1 Karl Poland Rose Pound Sharron Powell Row I John Price James Pryor Joan Ramsey Row 2 Gladys Redman Earl Redman Ruth Redman Row 3 James Reed Robert Reed Gary Rehbeck Row 4 Phyllns Renner Thelma Renner Frank Rice Row 5 Paulune Ruckus John Rudella Donna Ruffle Row Dorothy Rune Mary Jane Rntchey Paula Roan Row 7 Kay Roberts Tlttlca Roberts Phyllns Robmson Row B Roland Roeder Charles Rogers Edmond Romme Row 9 Sherman Romme Linda Sanders Beth Sawyer Row 10 Ronald Schlosser Charlene Scott Kay Scott Row I1 Shnrley Sen abaugh Charlotte Shaffer John Shaw Not Pnctured Frances Race Kenneth Scott 6 6 . 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'I0 ' a ff 74 x Row I Mae Sherwood Richard Shields William Sidwell Row 2 Lois Simms Donald Sines Jerry Slpe Row 3 Johanna Skinner Hannah Slayter Rosetta Smith Row 4 Vernon Smith Linda Snelling June Snelling Row 5 eddie Snyder ames Spangler Nancy Spence Row 6 Fred Spitzer James Spring ton Janice Stage Row 7 Carol Stedman Nancy Street Ronald Swart Row B 3 a Taylor Donna Thompson Linda Thompson Row 9 William Thompson Marilyn Tollive Judith Tronstein Row T0 James Tyrer Fred Ulrich Virgmua Ungashick Row I1 Ralph Utterback George Vaia Wnlbert Vick Not Pictured Mildred Tucker Row I Sue Vogelmeier Patricia Volz Leslie Wachter Row 2 Diana Walker Ralph Walters Lynn Watson Row 3 ry Weaver Patricia Webb Linda Welsch Row 4 Jerry Westfall Vlargorie Wheeler Donna White Row 5 Judy Whitehead Rlchard Whiteman Sondra Whyde Row 6 Fred Widrug Carol Wilde Beverly Wnlfong Row 7 David Wilhelm David Wllkin George Willey Jean Williams Mollie Wnllnams Rosetta Williams Row 9 Terry Williams Frances Wilson Martha Wilson Row 10 Mary Wilson Virginia Wisener Pathena Wolford Row ll Larry Woodruff Sandra Woolard Anita Wooles Not Pictured Robert Wesslnger - U Jer F. 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' 43 it 4 . ,r-- 4 gi I ? as lt I Row 'l Mary Beth Worth James Wright Jane Yost Row 2 Georgia Zaras SOPHOMORE RADIO PROGRAM Row I .loanne George Dorothy Rune Sharon Mount Tlca Roberts Sue Coelho Beverly Iden Row 2 Mlflam Kuster Glorlanne O Bnen Marllyn Boylan Row 3 Miss McCord Loyd Davrs Marhn Frye Richard Davls Gary Cochenour Duck Conner Larry Mitchell On January 20 a group ot sophomores presented Sllas Marner over WCLT for Its H1Tlme Partncupants were as follows Susan Coelho narrator Davis FlrstGoss1p Rrchard Conner Second Gosslp Nlarnlyn Boylan Third Gos sup Gloruann OBrien Fourth Gossup Beverly lden Fnrst Guest Larry Mltchell Second Guest Sharon Mount Nancy Tuttuca Roberts Dolly Martnn Frye Ca semorl Sllas JoAnn George Epple Dorothy Rune Jane inco n uniozr Hig School Prlnclpa THORA P MacDONAGH DOROTHY GLENN Row I Glenda Ashenhard Charles Baker Richard Baker Row 2 Carl Balo Walter Balo James Banks Row 3 Jerry Barrett Kenneth Beeney Robert Bennett Row 4 Harry Bevard Evelyn Bodoh Carol Boggs Row 5 Robert Boggs Ronald Boylan Richard Brtngardner Row 6 Charles Brunner Kenneth Bryan Robert Butler Row 7 Charles Cayton Carl Chaney Paul Chapman Row 8 Farlme Clme Martha Clme Elsie Compton Row 'I Patti Els Esther Foor Sandra Ford Row 2 Jaunice Friend Dick Garee Ann Gosnell Row 3 Mary Allice Grumm Delores Hadnot Deanna Huhn Row 4 Particia Harris Carl Hickman Alice Hilleary Row 5 .ludtth Hofacker Tom Hotttnger Wanda Houdeshell Row 6 Linda Howell Delores ller Marcia Johnson Row 7 Barbara Jones Charlotte Jones Roger Jones Row 8 Sandra Keck John Keller Linda Kerns Row 9 Row 9 Alfred Courson Jane K r Marianne Crust John Klem Sandra Crouse Mane K em Row Row I0 Tom Danle Lowell Kreager Y Ernest Kuhn Marlorle Davts Glenna av Craig Leighton Row " Row 11 Betty Dellenge David LEWIS Linda Dunn Earl Loar Junior Duty Linda Loar 'KIT' plowed Not plctured Larry Hahn 'ene Bryson and June Hutchtnson ik . . . .- I0 Dv . . 75 's ai l yy wx-.-M. it L4 Row I Lloyd Loudermilk Sally Loughman Leann Lucas Row 2 John MacMahon Janice McClain Mary Alice McCormick Row 3 Dan McGinnis Judith McLaughlin Darlere McMannis Row 4 Carol Maddux Jerry Manns Zane Mann Row 5 Judith Markham Janet Marmne Douglas Marriott Row 6 Robert Mersenhelder Harold Muller Iva Muller Row 7 Joyce Montgomery Adruanne Moore Joann Moore Row 8 Emmett Mummey Beverly Myers Torn Myers Row 9 Jerry Nenghbarger Mary Loulse Perrin Sandra Pound Row I0 Wrlluam Ratluff Jerry Redman Richard Retnbeau Row ll Nancy Ruffle Oscar Rolllson Tris Romune Not pictured Ruth Nutt and Carla McCollum Row I Mary Ross Nancy Schooler Louise Seidle Row 2 John Shepard Betty Smith Don Smith Row 3 Ronald Sommerville Dick Spence Robert Spence Row 4 Gerald Spnker Rosemary Springer Nancy Stevens Row 5 Trudy Stevens Edward Strrk Doris Stump Row 6 Kenneth Sutherland Alan Tomlinson Ronald Trager Row 7 an Manuel Turner Judith Ulrich Ronald Van Wlnkle Row 8 Connie Varner David Vermilion Tom Vorns Row 9 Wilma Warman Bessle Warrington Dale Watson Row I0 Ruth Ann Westbrook Ronald Wetzel Carol Whutts Kr Row II Thelma Wallnams Richard Wills Wmnoe Wllson Not Pictured Gertldune Schlmpf Arlene Spuker Ronnre Taggart Glenna Williams Leiilis.. qw -2 . 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I 4 S 79 THE FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Members of the club are loft to right llnda Dunn Carol Whms Trudy Stevens Deanna Hahn Marianne Crust Path Els Evelyn Bodoh Betty Dellenger Judath Mclaughlln June Wmkleman Wanda Houdeshell Miss Dorothy Zerger spon sor Joyce Montgomery us helping Betty Hughes read Second grade chuldren partlclpatmg are Donald Welch Gary Brehm Karen Anderson Mary Lou Sprmgston Kenneth McMullen and Davld Shoemaker The recruntment of teachers us one of the serlous problems In the field of educatlon Cnty state and nation are faced wnth a crlt :cal shortage of teachers and a marked un crease In enrollment The Future Teachers of Ameruca Club acquaunts young people wath opportunutues In teachnng and encourages the more promnsnng students to prepare for teach ,Q ung as a career Snnce most ot the members of the Lincoln club are Interested ID the elementary fleld a program of vusutatnon was carried out A follow up dlscussnon durlng club peruod made the class room observation meanungful Mass Dorothy Zerger as the sponsor for the group June Wlnkleman Marlorue Wollnngshead Bertie Wrnght I - I I I I I I I I I I I I - . I I I I I I - I 4. ' :"5 " ' ff , 4 ' ' ' ' A . f I " ' , ft' -- z.. Q " ":?""" elf, ,' 'f v.,:j2.1j , w I W. ' ' ' .. ? 5 . . . Woo row Wi son .1M.,::,:z,1,4:g,.f,41 - .ww U6 , , , ff , ,J , , f 1 7, ? I unior High C1100 Prlnclpa E H HECKELMAN AB Ohio Wesleyan Umverst MA Oho Stare Unnversuty PAULINE HECKELMAN Clerk Row I Row I Geraldine Acton Donna Dickover Natalie Art Helen Dumm Larry Ashcraft Phyllis Dusthumer Row Row 2 Earlene Baird Betty Lou Elk Nellie Baker Cecelia Emerson ue eck Norma Faorley Row 3 Row 3 Rebecca Brodt Carolyn Bryant Nancy Farquhar Carol Buchanan Larry Fenneken ue Farnham ROW 4 Row 4 Reba Buchanan Starlet! Finney Donna Buckey Patricia Fluharty Roberta BUCkeY Susan Fredrnz ROW 5 Raw s Barbara Campbell pamela Fulk -lUdY Carina' Bonnie Glass Judith Class Robert Graham Row 6 Row 6 Mary Alice Clayton Judy Green Ida Cline Alfred Haga Mary Clum Charles Heffley Row 7 Row 7 Connie Collins Da e Henry Brent Conaway Susan Hipsher Marilyn Crebs David Hottie Ju Row 8 Row 8 Linda Crowley James House Linda Cupples Suzanne Humes George Dell James Jones Row 9 low 9 Shirley DeWitt Larry Jones Not pictured: Mary Flem- in QL: 9 Y 3 Z ' 4 B2 417 T'- .!', 4 , :gina 1 'lv ...ff 4' y A af .A 3 hiya' F ,V TE. 2 as I Y 1 we , 1 jwx-f f If , m Row 1 Roberi Kern Jess Kinser ohn Knectges Row 2 on Krender Vuckn Lannan James Lawrence Row 3 James Leslue Lunda Luppmcott Mary K Llpplncott Row 4 Cora Loper obert Lusk Connie McCIaun Row 5 ue McDonald Lunda Marian Sharon Marian Row 6 Barbara Muller Phlllp Mrllef James Moore Row Dnxue Myers Wnlluam Myers Mnchael Olnver Row 8 Carolyn Parker Wnlllam Peach Myrlue Puckerung Row 9 Betty Posey Not puctured Donny Kung and Pafrucna Messma J J . R S 7 , LIBRARYH- TUDY HALL Woodrow Wilson Junuor Hugh School IS proud to present as our feature pncture a vnew of our new Lnbrary Study Hall Thus new tacul :ty ns furnished to us by the recent bulldung program of Newark Cnty Schools Thus room wall comfortably accommodate lOO pupnls at study and turnnshes access to over 3000 volumes of readung maternal and reference works Through a Board of Educatnon budget plan we are able to add quute a number of new books each year together wlth magaznnes and other reading maternal Mrs Loulse Mason IS servnng as our lnbra necessary help nn makung our library a func tional department of the school Students and teachers at Wulson ae n debted to our Board of Eclucatnon for thus worthwhnle addmon and theur contlnued help un supplyung new and up to date reading ma terlal rian and with her student assistants supply the ' r i - Roosevelt Iunior fligh School Prlnclpa EDITH FLEMING M C JUNE MCKENRICK Q av Row I Row 1 Ernest Adams Barbara Dlshon Donald Archer Charles Donahue Karen Anderson Mary Donahue Row 2 Rgw 2 aker Sharon Donaghue Phrl Baker Barbara Drumm Roger Baldmg Marna Duffee Tow 3 Row 3 Roger Baldwin Kay Durant Mlke Barrett Joyce Elflnger Lnnda Baumgarten Larry Fekete Row 4 Row 4 Nettle Black Davud Petter Duane Blakely Herman Fntzgubbon Steve Blum Mark Fleutz Row 5 Row 5 Gan Booth Elizabeth Franklin Eleanor Brown Larry Gander Gary Brown Jay Gargen Row 6 Row 6 Molly Bryan Dennis Gilbert Joan Canter Robert Gilbert Brenda Canthon Bob Glennan Row 7 Row 7 Vucky Carver I Hnvnor Helen Chatterson Lnnda Hormng Marla Clme Richard Holcombe Row 8 Row 8 Karen Cochran Ronald Huffman Jeff Coelho Gary Humbert Paul Conklm Shnrley Hyne Row 9 Row 9 Chester Connell Vernon Johnson ob Cramer Nancy Jones Janet Cunmngham Judsth Kzeber Row 10 Row 10 Joe Cushman Rebecca Kueber Geoffrey Danner Dorothy Kmght Suzanne Demmg Charles Lee 86 .Liv -3 - 1, Bill B as - I l 3 X . . . la ' V : lr ' I: v ' ' U I - ff-fm 4 .... . 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K B 1 I-rf low I Molly Lewis Larry Lightle Elinore Long Row 2 Bill Lonzo Charleton Luke Mary Lybarger Row 3 Joyce McCabe Marie McCartan Judy McCriIIis Row 4 Granger McKinney Wrlber Mclimght Chloe McNutt Row 5 Ronme Mandel Carolyn Marquis Barbara Martm Row 6 Clarence Mathews Charlotte Muller John Muller Row 7 Shnrley Muller Wayne Muller Tom Mosher Row I Kenneth Mossholder Stanley North Curtis Palnter Row 9 Rolland Pamter Dale Parker Dorothy Peyton Row I0 John ants lly Plummer Alan Pound low I Judith Pyle Dorothy Ratliff Mary Kay Ratliff Row 2 Ihelma Ratliff Carol Roberts George Robert low 3 Andy Sceurman 1 Sylvia Shawhan Steve Sidwell low 4 James Simkins Mary Ann Sloan Linda Smart Row 5 Mackey Sprung John Stafford Lurunda Stephens low 6 Judy Storer Larry Stlckle Thomas Swank low 7 I Thompson Jack Thompson Susan Toler low Ann Trexel Mary Ann Wagers Larry Waters low 9 Larry Weldner Jerry Wolfe Joe Wollos low I0 Leonard Wooles Barbara Wnght Frank Wrnght lgw 'OW ll Ben Pflce Lowell Wflghf Harold Yoder 459 mgf was "??' 144 E fm 0+ ...ar ie ,A 4 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Rowl lseatedl The ofhcers Nancy Jones Janet Cunningham Vicky Carve Duane Blakely and lrnda Zellar Row 2 Barbara Drurnm Sally Plummer Carol Kinney Sylvua Maddox Carolyn Petty Joyce Elfmger A n Trexel Ralph Roan Phll Rlchueek Miss Naomi Alspach The local honor group at Roosevelt School became Chapter No 485 of the Natlonal Jun nor Honor Society In May l945 lt was formed for the purpose of provldung organtzed actlv from semester honor roll pupils on the basis of character cutuzenshnp leadershlp and serv :ce to the school The group presents an as sembly program In February each year when new members are unducted and sponsors dances to ralse money Recent'y they have helped to purchase the electrlc score board a portable mlcrophone and amplltter and a pl a o to the school From a total of forty exght members the above puplls were elected to represent the society nn the plcture Other members are Karen Cochran Suzanne Demung Kathryn Du rant Llnda Hornung Judy Pyle Sylvna Shaw han Mary Lybarger Stanley North Linda Smart Susan Toler Jack Thompson Ellen Al ban Reese Alban Marllyn Boylung Ruchard Beckman Marllyn Cameron Robert Dragncs Mark Groban Evan Hotter Joy McPherson Susan Scott Mary Phares Carol West Rlchard Bnbart Patty Gamble Sandra Bonham Flory Jones Judy Maddux Judith Myers Karen Myers Marulyn Parker Sharyn Thompson Mary Lou Tlms and Ann Wilson - . I I . I . r, . I . , " 1 1 ' 1 G 1 1 . I 1 '5 1 ity for the better students. Members are picked , 1 1 - . . I I I I I I . . . ' - 1 1 1 ' I I I . I - 5 , 1 , . - . I . I I I 1 - I I I " r . , . entra un101' Hlg School PIIHCIPR LESTER B Cox if I ELEANOR QUEEN 5 ,A Q.. 2 A'f- , 'lVf' AA f" W 5 E A.B., Otterbein College w 54 N Q ! A , 5 I Clevk .zu an 'nr Row I Barbara Ables Robert Anderson Charles Andrews Row 2 Larry Arnold Larry Ault Nancy Baker Row 3 Melvin Bascomb Marlorne Basford Patsy Beall Row 4 Bonnie Beckman Jerry Bently Jerry Blacksten Row 5 Marilyn Boder Roger Boerstler Gail Boyer Row 6 Barbara Braddock Barbara Brockway Kenneth Bryan Row 7 i Bryan Larry Bryson Rosemarie Butts Row 8 Robert Callander Janet Cavey Ruth Ann Cavey Row 9 Keith Clippinger Aneta Clippinger Shirley Cochenour Row 10 Jessy Collins Danny Larry Cox ' Cra'g Row ll Crawford Nancy Daily Stella Darkes Row I Oscar Davi Kenneth David on Sally Devereaux Row 2 ar D voll Harold Duckett ri Row 3 June Farley Elgie Fletcher Gary Foote Row 4 Mary Freas Steven Freas Darlene Freeman Row 5 Delores Freeman Linda Frlel Beverly Fulton Row 6 Jerry Gartslde Milburn George Raymond Getter Row 7 Helen Givens Judy Glasmeier Betty Goddard Row B Loye Grady Judith Graft Kenneth Gregg Row 9 Marilyn Grove Judy Groves Christine Hammack Row I0 Richard Hanes Beverly Henderson Richard Hoback Row I1 Allen Hollis Gilbert Hornyak Sally Howell I ,Q- we fp- ,,.-f-- 'W ,,,-, eg' ,Q ,'v E Row Noretta Hunt Barbara Hunter Earl John Row Barbara Jones Srlas Jones Sylvna Jone ,.a Row 3 Thomas Jordan Judnth Kan er Penelope Kennedy Row 4 Rlchard Keurn Rrchard Kun er Eugene Klrkpatrnck Row 5 Phallrp Koblens Chrlseldus Krall Robert Lanrd Row 6 Suellen Leckrone Janet Leek Ted Lescody Row Art ewls Ray Lewrs O Lewis Row B James Lrvrngston Davrd Loughman Judlth Markle Row 9 Robert Martin Alace Meadows Nancy Metcalf 3 4 Row I0 4 James Mltchell qv Sue Montgomery 3 L s, Eugene Moorman Row ll Marne McClaun Jo Ann McCleary Shelva McDowell Row I M Barbara McKrm Emrlue Neff Shu ley Norman Row 2 Dorothy North Robert O r Fred Osborne Row J Betty Presgraves Ronald Prrest Ann Purvls Row 4 Terry Rarson James Redman James Safford Row 5 Gary Sams Eleanor Scafflde Shnrley Scanlon Row 6 gh l if oe Scarrett S, Charles Schonhar Ronald Scott Row 7 Barbara Sears Herb Shackleford Eleanor Shaner Row 8 Barbara Shaw Sherry Sherman Don Shrpley Row 9 Wulma Snedden Carole Spicer Garry Sprnggs Row I0 Lester St Aubm Parrrck Stasel Davrd Stauffer Row 11 Darwrn Stout Margaret Styers Curtrs Summers tml 7 'Viv w-or 1 Va -ll 'Wi' 'A-NA av ,v . 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S to - .p -t . s I W X I 5 91 CENTRAL CHAMP Cheerleaders Sue leckrone Emllle Neff Judy Groves Sal y Devereaux Barbara Hunter Janet Leek Se ond Row Wllllam Olmstead coach Earl Johnson Jlm Mlichell Ed Enck ful Bob Martrn lccl Bob Orr Dave Swlck Top Row Roy Thompson lmgrl Gary Foote Ted Lescody Pat Stasel Bob Young larry Cox Bull Craig .lerry Gartsnde Duck Hanes Terry Rauson lmgrl Central School IS very proud of thus sea son s basketball team The squad one of the strongest ever to represent Central won the Varsnty League champuonshnp The Eighth Grade team also won Its league tltle The Varsity team had a record of eleven vlctorles and one defeat The lone setback was an overtlme loss to Roosevelt Bob Mar tm and Ed Ernck were co captalns of the team Earl Johnson Bob Orr Dave Swnck and Jam Mntchell nn addltnon to Martnn and Erick were the regulars Bob Nlartnn Ed Ersck and Earl Johnson were AllLeague selectuons Martnn led the team and the league In scoring with 200 points while Earl Johnson contrnbuted I36 points The Panthers also were runners up ID the second annual Newark Junior Hugh lnvntatuon al tournament They were defeated In the finals by Chillicothe 59 to 48 The Eighth Grade team led by Jerry Beach and Rodger McDonald walked off wuth thenr trtle by sweepnng through ten games vvrtho t a loss Beach McDonald and Larry Orr were AllLeague selectrons Beach and McDona'd were also the Ieadnng scorers nn the league 111541955 Season Record may be found on Page T155 M4 v btw' Top Row lnez Summers Davud Sw: lr Wnllne Thomas Rnch rd Thompson Roy Thomp ot Jackne Tyson Fred Vnncent Leroy Waldren Garry Weed Bottom Row Macruce West Clenme Whcte Bonme Whyde Carolyn Wnllrams Mary Woodruff Rrchard Wrrght Mary Yantrs Robert L foung Robert W Young i I . . -I I ' I I ' E - s I r 1 I T r 1 1 3. 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I I I I r - l r - f TUDENT COUNCIL Rowl Larry SWICk Sue Councell Carol Hornby James Banr Row 2 Lrnnne leckrone Lynn Slmross Carl Brooks Robert McGaughy Row 3 Nancy Danforcl Shlrley Blackslone John Sebold George Toler Row 4 Gary Dudgeon Mnchael Claggeti Dan Evans Row 5 Phyllis Cooperrlder Lee Kennedy W1ll1am Duffee Slandmg John Jacobs Davld Corby Paul Orr Gary Brookhart John Suiphen Davld Patterson Sylvla Coyle Valone Bashn Pal Brookover Patsy Dobbs Beverly Brookover Sharon Spnzer Sandra Imhoff John Anderson Neal OBr1en RepresenTaT1ves To The STudenT Councnl con blues, encouraced cmzenshup lssued charTers SISl'Ol:SeI'1IOI'S, lunuors, and sophomores There To clubs 1n1TuaTed scrlpTural readung In morh IS a general electnon nn home rooms To seIecT ,ngs Over The PA Sysfem and held dances These representahves Members of The Coun c1I meeT an Room 306 aT 315 every Fruday They dlscuss and acT on problems concernnng OHICSVS Ol The COUnCll Wefe James Ball' The sTudenT body pres1denT Carol Hornby v1cepres1denT, Sue This year The Sfudent Council parhclpatecl Councell secreTary and Larry Svvlclc Treasurer nn The PTA open house homecomung assem Mr Frew Boyd was The adviser aTTer home games 1 'R z ' 1 1 1 1 - 1 s 1 - - 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 - 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - V I . , ,- 1 1 - , I 1 ' 1 1 1 ' . I , - . . INESS STAFF The Buslness Staff whuch consusts of stu dents who are unterested un seeung potentnal advertnsers In the Revenlle Annual, was re sponslble for a great share of the tnnancnng ot the yearbook Contacts made by these stu dents gave them unvaluable experience nneetung the many types of people In the bus: ness world Mr George Stoeckmann func ttoned as durector of and adviser to thus group Rowl Carl Brooks Sherne Roberts Lunda Koblens Susan Coehlo Patrucua Davldson Jamce Fulton Jean Anderson Norma Stalter Bonme Porter Lmda Bosscawen Joan Appel Row 2 Mr Stoeckmann Mary Jane Baughman Carol Sue Crust Barbara Morrison Nancy Mount Margaret McGlone Barbara DYarmett Margaret Evans Barbara Debevonse Cynthua Ruchmoncl Joann Sluvely Row 3 Lee Sellers Joyce Fullcs Mary Ryan Nancy Danford Dianne Denney Barbara Courson Nancy Smart Carol Hawluns Kay Buclrey David Evans 1 ' ' 13, . 1 Z - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . . 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - P TRO S STAFF Rowl Mr Sfoeckmann .Iamce Fulton Carol Oafman Connle Porter Norma Sfalter Bonnle Porter Jean Early Row 2 Barbara DYarn1eM Margaref Evans Barbara Debevolse Cynflua Rlchmond Joann Sluvely Carolyn Grady The Patron Staff was organized to and the of cmzens ihey were durected 10 see Con Business Staff In fmanclng the Revellle An trlbuhons are soluclted for The yearbook M nual Each member was given several names George Sioeckmann served as adviser Row 3-Nanzy Smari, Carol Hawkins, Kay Buckey, Paul Clary, David Evans. . . . . . - . . . . ' r RGOM AGENT Each year two students from each home for the Reveille annual. Mr. George Stoeck room are chosen to serve as roorn agents. The mann supervised the group in this activity. duty of these agents is to collect subscriptions Rowl Jerry Nethers Fred Widrrg Dan Cochran Carl Brooks John Sutphen Darrell Dick James Diuguid David Brooks William Acklm lene Drumm Sue Brooks Georgia Zaras Jo Kramer Carol Baird Walter Miller Row 3 Mr George Steoclrmann Sue lytle Sue Vogelmeier Pat Kunlzle Peggy Harrrs Myrtle Leughton Gma Buckey Barbara Morrison Ann Wiley Sondra Inscho Rosalie Plame lynn Srmross Zona Schworm Dorothy Rune lucrlle Lambert John Anderson lee Sellers Ronald Kappes Row 2-James Reid, Sharon Powell, Jo Ann Shively, Marilyn Myers, Patti Church, Marilyn Boell, Patti Hamilton, Dar- NAT IO AL HO OR SOCIETY Row One Carol Hawklns George Toler Robert McGaughy Paul Orr, and Mlss Boyd ladvlsert Row Two Carol Hornby Barbara Morrlson Dlanne Freshour Janet Robinson Patrlcla Davidson Sue Speer Duane Man chester Patncna Metcalf and Mary Nethers Row Three Janet Plants Dolores Mantonya Nancy Smart Dorothy Muke Patrlcla Brookover Marllyn Ann Muller Llnnle Leckrone Nancy Danford Alexandra Makns Margaret Evans Katheryn Conner and Kay Buckey Row Four-Ann Wiley, Patsy Dobbs, Carl Brooks, James Bair, Gerald Gabe, and Shirley Hoyt. - . . h . . I . , ' . l . . . . I I 1 Thnrty three sensors were enrolled nn the Na tuonal Honor Society In March with Mass Flor ence Boyd as advnser Any sensor who earned a cumulatlve average of 3 3 or above for seven tull semesters who was enrolled In the New ark school system for two full semesters and who had a good reputatuon was elngnble for nomnnatuon to the socuety Mayor Norman lmrle from Columbus Ohio spoke at the annual assembly on March 24 The banquet was held on April 30 at the Hunt C ub Offncers were George Toler presndent Paul Orr, vice prestdent Carol Hawknns, secretary Robert McGaughy treasurer COLLEGE CLUB During 1954-55 the College Club was open to students from both the junior and senior classes. This year the club was host for speak- ers from Capital, Muskingum, Ohio University, Otterbein, and Carnegie Institute. In October all the girls who were members of the club were invited to a tea sponsored by the Mon- nett Club, an affiliate of Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity, Miss Keckley served as adviser for the club, which had the following officers: Robert Mc- Gaughy, presidentg Margaret McGlone, vice- presidentg Nancy Danford, secretaryg Patricia Davidson, treasurerg Jane Kraseman, librarian. Rowl Peggy Harris John Sutphen Joe Corby Joyce Fulk Nancy Mount Row 2 James Dluguld Kathryn Conner Kay Buckey Robert Moorehead Richard Prouty Robert McGaughy Row 3 Barbara DYarmett John Sebold David Boyce Emily Crawford Edith Crawford Paul Clary Standing Miss Keckley ' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . , . . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 - - LIBRARIANS Gloruann OBrien Nancy Grove Virginia Berger Sandra Imhott Miss Helen Dorn Charlene Scott Beverly Mossman Shirley Blackstone Miss Helen Dorn The staff endeavors to in crease their knowledge and to and other stu dents in taking advantage ot library methods and materials day and are required to have a lfnowledge of library methods They take care ot bulletin boards displays and help with ordinary library procedures The library group is under the direction ot Students help in the library one period each FRENCH CLUB ln order to acquaint French students wnth past and present lnfe ln France and to further thenr knowledge of the language and customs the French Club ns organnzed annually Dur :ng the past year the club has viewed fllms on France and has acquvred correspondence wuth students In France and French speaking countrles When thus book went to prant plans for the future sncluded speakers to dns cuss France and a program of French re cordlngs Workung under the supervnsnon of Mass Mc Creary the clubs advuser were the follow :ng officers Sandra Makrls president Paul Orr vnce presndent Mary Ann Vogelmeler secretary Nancy Danford treasurer Standing Sharla Patton Sharon Sprtzer Nancy Bogatm Mary Ann Pound Tum Morehouse Miss McCreary Terry Powell Lmnle leclcrone Marclanne Koslow Margaret McGlone Gary Brookharf Darrell Duck Rowl lby classroom rowsl Kay Buckey Duane Denney Bob Coyle Row 2 Nancy Danford Paul Orr Pat Metcalf Row 3 Sandra Makrls Mary Ann Vogelmelr Barbara DYarmeft Marulyn Watson , . , . 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 ' ,Q Q lm . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - 1 1 - " 1 1 - . . , . 1 1 1 f PA I H CLUB Row 1 Janet Duff Margaret Lusk Marcia Demmg Shirley Blackstone Jo Kramer Row 2 Sondra lnscho Tum Rehbeck Wllluam Bodah David Evans Ronald Fllklll Ronald Crlswell Sue Speer Ad vlsor Mrs DoBolt The purpose ofthe 1955 Spanish Club was The club elected offucers on February 9 to furnish nts members with a broader under Offncers of the year were Joe Corby pres: standung of the language by studying about dent Margaret Lusk vlce prestdent Shlrley the customs and culture of the Spanash and Blackstone treasurer and Marcia Deming sec Mexican people retary Mrs Marlon Debolt was adviser " 1 1 1 1 - " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - , - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' LATIN CLUB The Latin Club was organized to increase the Latin student's knowledge of the culture and customs of the Roman people. It was the first year the club had functioned since it disbanded in the spring of 1948. Most of the programs this year included filmstrips. Officers for the year were Tim Morehouse presidentg Beverly Brookover, vice-president Beverly Mossman and Alice Lyon, secretaries Richard Prouty, treasurer. Miss Pauline Mc- Creary was adviser. Rowl Seated Mary Dozer Alice Danford Vurgrnna Berger Row 2 Seated Judy Anderson Patrncna Denney Mollie Wlllnams Judy Tronstem Muss M:Creary Row 3 Seated Sue Hollar Trthca Roberts Joanne Metcalf Sharon Mount Mary Beth Worth Duana Cartnal Row 4 Seated Mmam Kuster Susan Coelho Valene Bastun Sue Burden Nancy Grove Suo l.ytle Row 5 Seated Marc1a Demmg Marilyn Myers Standung Rlchard Prouty Tum Morehouse Beverly Brookover Allce Lyon Beverly Mossman Sylvna Coyle Glorlann OBrien David Brooks Mike Manley John Anderson Richard Connor Duane Walker Kathyrn Conner Barbara Cooper Beatnce Spurruer - - , I Q - - I ' 1 1 - - - 1 1 1 1 1 - " - 1 1 1 1 1 ' - - 1 - - 1 1 1 . . , . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 CHOR Row l .lanlce Maldel Beverly Hotchluss .lo Ann Harper Donna Ashcraft Bonnie Dunlap Noreta Rose LIllIan Crlst Ellen Holmes Row 2 Shlrley Gondm DIane Frtzslmmons Sharla Kalser Betty Foreman Marlene Ritchey Lunle Lambert Pat McCort Maxme lee Pat Kunkle Joan Shlvely Row 3 Mr Jones Joan ller Audrey Henry Jo Ann George Donna Black Sally Gartslde Nanette Duckett Carol Kalt Hnlda CIemIngs lynn SImross Joan Hall ShIrley ShIpley Norma Charleton Marlene Horst Kay Whlte Carol PIIBSI Rrta Drumm Barbara Northrup Suzann Holeton Jean Lees Kathy Frazner DIane McFarland Floyd Hosknnson Walter MIller The NHS chorus met every day ofthe school week durIng the lIfSl three perIods thIs past year Its Instructor was Wendell Jones The three groups whlch make up the chorus to talecl 163 students TheIr repertolre Included folk songs cIassIcal works relIgIous anthems and humorous pleCeS The groups attended two contests The TIFST early In March was held at Mt Vernon where a sololst and a trIo receIved a superIor ratIng The second was a contest held In Newark late In March About l3O students PBFTICIPBT ed In thIs atfaIr The contest Included every one In the Newark DIstrIct ln addItIon the chorus attended a musIc testIvaI at Delaware Newark sent twelve puplls to thIs Further members sang for the Kmghts Templar IH the Easter Sunday sunrIse SSFVICS at the MIdland Theater They also sang for SBFVICS clubs church groups and WCLT TheIr HI TIme program was presented on November 24 The fItteenth annual concert was held on May 5 and 6 - . . I . I I I . I I . . . I - . . I . . . I . , I . I . ' I . I I . I T ' I I I I I T I I I D ' I l I I ' . I I I . I l I I I I I I - I I ' Row 4-Don Kinser, Ed Haynes, James Donley, Earl Montgomery, David McKiernan, Robert Wright, Charles Booher, . I . u U l . . I . 4 . . I I I I . I I I f . ' . . I . I I The Newark High School Band, under the direction of Myron A. Pearce, started the school year with a week of band camp the latter part of August. When it returned and school of- ficially opened, the band started its rehearsals in the new Music Building. This building of- fers now for all musicians the latest in prac- tice and program aids. The second semester was started with the ninth annual band banquet honoring seniors. In March members participated in the Dis- trict Solo and Ensemble Contest held in Mt. Vernon High School. Those members receiv- contest at Kent State University. ln the District 7 contest for band and orchestra and chorus, held in Newark on March 26, the bancl earned a II. The ninth annual spring concert was held April 13, 14, and l5 in the new Music Build- ing. ln addition the band participated in the band festival held at Washington Court House and played for the annual commencement ex- ercises. August 19 through 26 the band and chaper- ons will be in New York for an interesting trip consisting of sightseeing, television shows, ing superior rating then went to the state stage shows, and various other attractions. Row llleft to nghtl Raylene Gordon Vlrgmla Wlsener Sonla Clark lkneellngl Both Worth Patsy McCort Row 2 George Toler Pat Martm Carole Baird Karen Hull Phyllls Roblnson la Fern Bostlc Carol Stedman Tom Hughes Richard Cochran Judy Brutchey Beatrlce Spurrler Rod 3 Fred Rutter Marllyn Muller Jo Ann lookenott Janice Wise Homer Hull Margie Smrth Roberta lumm Danny Cochran Jacquie Goodwin Path Whlte Kathryn Chapman Theresa Martln Janet Duff John Prlce Rlchard Houston Jerry Slpe Hannah Slayter Larry Dlspennette Marcla Boell Jack McHenry Barbara Sprung Row 4 Sue Hollar Joyce Morehead lynn Watson Nancy Hams Joe Howarth Ronnie Van Voorhls John Sebold Sharon Markle Kay Roberts Kay Scott Connie Crego Sue Burden Donna Gutrldge Sue Grannon Darrell Duck Barbara Cooper Nancy Robinson Mary Ruth Keller Patsy Dobbs Maxme Whltus Kay White Davld Patterson Dwlght Worth Row 5 James Ritchey Larry Hoover Judy Haga Judy Northrup la Vonne Gander Shirley Brearley Paulme Florlan Barbara Northrup larry Leldy Mary Martin Norvagene Owens Carol Warthen Bill Bodah Warren Dlckover Bull Offenbaker Joe Dumm larry Mitchell Darlene Collins James Dluguld Shirley Farmer Paul Robinson Davld Wolfe Tom lawyer Mary lou Keeran Franklin Wickham Betty Oliver Eddle Jones Carol McLaughlin Janice Holmer Cynthia Dunlap Roderick Bush op Ellus Harris Ronnie Cunningham Standing left Mr Lawrence Griffin right Mr Myron A Pearce Richard Wolfe, Beverly Brookover, Kenneth King, Ted McMillen, John Spellman, Jim Fluhart, Richard Proufy, Dave Frye, ORCHE TR Floor level Edmond Romaune Phll Ruchcreek Flrst Level Lmda Pucket Earl Montgomery lmda Hornung Eleanor Hllleary Donna Parsons Jean McCleary Second Level Kay Whlte Susan Coelho Ruth McMu:hael .loan Canter Marilyn Crebs James Redman Alan Pound Vlrgmua Wusener Beth Worth Alan Acock Ruta Schmudt Ann Wentz Conme Coelho Thurd Level Carl McClain Gilbert Hornyak Nancy Krerder Carol Sue Kinney Robert Boyce larry Myers Betty Delllnger John Knechdges Geoffrey Danner Robert Callendar John Pruce Margue Smuth Maruanne Crust Irene Strond lunda Howell Mlke Metzger Fourth level .lane Farmer Arlena Bryson Paul Scanlon Carol Warthen James Luvmgston larry Crothers Douglas Wllson Donnie Lusk Phil Hlvnor Brent Conway Joanne Spurner A strung program was started thus year un the Newark Publuc Schools Throughout the state many schools are endeavorurug to de velop strung players Formerly the emphasus was on school orchestras and strung programs Then came many years of concentratuon on school bands, but now the trend us to buuld a more well rounded musuc program Thus year has been but a begunnung un developung strung players un order to have an orchestra that wull represent Newark Hugh School un the future Mr Lawrence Gruffen durected the school orchestra and was un charge of the strung pro gram I, X , , X, I f S ' 5. - .I . . ' . -. . I I. , I I I ' '- .I I I I I . I I I .ll , I I I I .I I . ' . L .I ' I l I D I I I D I I I I .I I 'I . .I I' I . ' L I I I I c' I I L ALE ORGANIZATIO The Sales Organization, under the direction of Mr. Edward Stradley, functions only during the football season. Its aims are QU to acquaint young people with the public and to give them experience in selling merchandise and C25 to encourage them to earn some money. This group sells beverages, hot dogs, candy bars, pop corn, potato chips, candied apples, and chewing gum at football games. The profits are spent so that they benefit the majority of the student body. During the Michigan game the profits were given to the band organization. Money was also given to the Y-Teens to help underwrite the Valentine Twirp Dance. Rowl Sandra lmhoff Katherme Peck Violet Mason Rosetta Smith Row 2 Mr Stradley Rosemary Malherbe Roger Gngshy Charles Smith Hester Hulull i i 1 1 v - ' 1 1 1 r . HI-Y Row'l Ruchard Hughes Paul Clary Charles Coufelluer Don Dunaway Wllham Bodah Row 2 Mr Davudson Robert DeMooy James Rlfchey Frank Weakley Tom LeBlanc Wlllnam Queen Tom Gaunder The HI Y Club met every Tuesday evening In the new YMCA youth center The year s pro gram Included many dufferent :tems Among 'hem were a movie on Saber Jets and a talk by Sergeant Ruble on hot rods Officers for The year were Charles Coutelher president Rrchard Johnson vnce presldent Thomas Hughes secretary treasJrer Mr Wal ter Davndson was adviser - 1 1 1 1 - "' - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 . . . 1 1 ' . - v I 1 KEY CLUB Thirty-five members were enrolled in the Key Club this year. Meetings were held in the Fiberglas Club Rooms on the first and third Wednesday of each month at seven- thirty in the evening. Speakers and films, both entertaining and educational, featured the year's activities. Some of the proiects were ushering at home football and basket- ball games and raising and lowering the American and Ohio flags each school day. The club helped to organize the Newark Hot Rod Club, which is expected to be of great value to the community. The club with the assistance of the Kiwanis Club sent members Thomas Hughes and John Sutphen to the national convention in Phila- delphia in June of l954. Officers were Carl Brooks, president, Neal O'Brien, vice-president, Joseph Cunningham, secretary, John Sutphen, treasurer. Advisers were Jack R. Hale ot the high school faculty, and Dr William Myers of the Kiwanis Club Rowl Paul Clary Jum Bair David Corby Bob McGaughy Ralph Utterback Row 2 David Brooks Carl Brooks John Sufphen Joe Cunningham Neal OBrien Slandmg Terry Powell Richard Prouty Nick Draglcs Ted McMullen George Toler Donald Smanles Paul Orr Ed McCament Joe Corby Richard Francis David Bowden Tom Triplert M Jack Hale l ' I I I 1 - " 1 1 1 1 - 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 r f f - V UAL ERVICE CLUB Kneelmg Dan Ault Rowl John Barker Donald Parker Phil Mantonya Sam Donaldson James Barrick Ron Dawkms Robert Bounds Edmund Romme Jr Robert Rose Row 2 John Jones Ed Haynes Rlchard Hughes Douglas Basford Frank Bell Monte Nagy Edwm Hughes Not present Presldent Trent Ralston and Charle Coutelller The shades are down the room IS dark and watchers suddenly hear the clnck and hum of a tureless machine A member of Newark Hugh School s Vnsual Service Club IS about to run a fnlm for one of the many classes In the Visual Servnce was organuzed thus year with the Idea of ofterung a valuable and to the everyday lute of the school The entire vnsual ands program has been handled by members of the club under the gundance of Robert F Rose Danly classroom duscussnon has been supplemented by the shownng of approprnate movies slldes and fnlm strups The member shnp looks to the tlme when they may serve through the operation of the public address system recorders record players and ll audlo vlsual education needs of the school The VSC operated a noon movue five weeks for the beneflt of the student body but because of lack of Interest of students these movles were dlscontlnued The obgect of the Visual Servlce Club ns to have every boy or gurl member fully qualified and competent to operate each piece of equip ment under the control of the club Thus year for unstance between the opening of school and the end of March the Vlsual Servlce Club has used thirty one operators to show over 200 reels of lomm talm to the student body Offlcers were Trent Ralston president Rach ard Hughes secretary and Frank Bell treas urer . M.,,4 l 1 I I I I I I I , -, - i I I I I I I ' - ' s ' . I I ' ' . I school. . . , ' I I ' - . I I ' - 1 I ' f I I ' I I I a ' CHEERLE DERS A group of vivacious girls, the cheerleaders of NHS, is the aspic salad to the main dish of the extracurricular menu. They struggle, plead, shriek, clap their hands, waltz around, and valiantly strive to boost the morale of teams and the spirit of the student body They lend a helping hand at athletic banquets make long trips to places where Newark may be found facing an opponent, and regularly bubble all over the school scene whenever such bubbling is needed. Miss Florence Myer coaches the group in its effervescence left to right Shirley Blazkstone Sue Speer Joanne Farnham Jackie Forks Pa! Davidson and Margie McGlone , . l DEBATE Row 'I John Anderson Herbert Koehler Carol Hornby Gary Brookhart Davud Bowden Row 2 Gary Krueder Ken neth Davis Davud Petty Kurby Gull Neal OBrien A transutuon from the very successful debate season of 1953 1954 to another very success ful season of 1954 1955 was Newarks partucu patuon un the Natuonal Forensuc League speech tournament held un Greensburg Pennsylvanua June 21 26 1954 In thus tournament New ark placed among the top twenty fuve teams un the country Wuth the truumphs of the past season fresh un mund the current crop of debaters settled down to hard work and a busy season under theur coach T Edwyn Duckerson The questuon for the year was Resolved That the federal government should unutuate a polucy of free trade among natuons fruendly to the Unuted States Beluevung that a busy season of actuve ly debatung us umportant Mr Duckerson en tered hus teams un forensuc contests practucally every weekend of the debate season On December 4 at a debate clunuc sponsored by the Ohuo State Speech League at The Ohuo State Unuversuty the Wuldcats won fuve and lost seven On December 11 the sophomore debate team tued for furst place un a freshman sophomore debate tournament at Jackson Hugh School wunnung fuve out of sux debates unduvudual events tournament held at Wooster Hugh School Neal O Bruen made the best rec ord un thus event for he took second place un each round he entered On January 8 Newark entered the All Events Tournament held at Juluenne Hugh School Dayton Ohuo where the locals won thurd place un duvusuon 14 by wunnung four and losung two In competutuon at Sprungfueld Ohuo on January 15 the B team tued for furst place wunnung eught out of twelve On Jan uary 22 Mr Duckersons debaters brought home a trophy from Canton McKunley Hugh School where they won sux and lost none 49 'Z' ' S I 'Y "-3 jf 1' , ,IQ eff' i I I I I ' ' 1 A I I . . I - , . . I I - . - 1 ' I ' . . . . On December 18 debaters partucupated un an , I I I A ' . I ' ' - 1 . . . f . . . . , - ' Twenty-two schools participated in this event. On February 5 one of Mr. Dickerson's groups won four debates and lost eight at Chaminade High School in Dayton Ohio and at Dover H gh School another won two and lost four On February T2 three debate teams competed in A and B divisions at the All Events Tourna ment in Delaware Willis High School where they won eleven out of eighteen debates John Anderson placed first in one round of original oratory With three wins and three losses Newark came home from an irvutational d bate tournament at Washington High School Massillon Ohio February T9 On Feb ruary 26 Newark took second place with four wins and two losses at the Ohio School Speech Le gue District Tournament at The Ohio State University On March 4 and 5 Mr Dickerson s debaters won the National Forensic League district tour nament, held in Delaware, Ohio. They made a record of eight wins and no defeats. This victory allowed two of the four debaters to go to San .lose California to compete in the National Debate Tournament held in June pro viding arrangements could be made O March T8 the Cat debaters won three out of four in the state finals in the High School Speech League at The Ohio State University This record permitted them to enter the semi finals on March T6 On that date they were eliminated but earned a state ranking of third This event ended officially the season for the Newark debaters From the Polgar show given in the school aJditorium on November 8 and sponsored by the Newark Optimist Club the debate group received S61 21 as its share of a fifty fifty intake after taxes Debate did not pre sent an assembly this year lim! mi NHS Bill 955 tl0l ,ls Joanne Metcalf James Sprlngston Gary Cochanour Gary Dudgeon Susan Coelho . . I . I g I . . I . . l . I ' ' ' . n . . . . I I I . b .. A Q - I T . . C . . I I I ' - I . , . . 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THESPIA S Row I Rosalne Plame Ramon Roeder Cynthla Richmond Margaret M:GIone Mass McCord Ann Wlley Row 2 Patrlcla Davidson Sherrie Roberts Claudette Gutrldge Carl Brooks Wllllam Cffenbaker Tum Rehbeclc Nancy Mount Pamela Metcalf Dnanne Freshour Jane Kraseman Under the dlrectlon ot Miss Dorothy MC Cord Troupe Number T273 ot the Natuonal Thesplan Socnety completed nts thnrd year of existence In Newark Hugh School The officers of the Thesplan Club were Margaret McGlone presudent Ramon Roeder vice president Cyn thla Richmond secretary Constance Crego treasurer On November 22 and 23 the Thespnans presented Papa Was a Preacher by Aylene Porter The play was guven an the hugh school audutorrum The club entered the Dnstrlct one act play contest on March 12 at Musknngum College The play The Case of the Crushed Petunlas by Tennessee Williams was rated superior ID the distract The same production won a third IN the state and a superlor ratmg In Columbus A nl l6 In Aprxl a formal tnltlatlon was held All students who had obtained ten polnts durmg thetr years an hugh school were mutzated Q 1 1 P 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - , . . . . . 11 - 11 1 1 . cc. , , . 1 1 r - 1 1 p - 1 CO TEMPORARY HI TORY In the thrrd year of nts operatuon the Con temporary Hustory Club was orgamzed to pro mote Interest rn the polltlcal and economic satuatuon rn the world today During the fnrst of the year emphasas was placed on the November electrons Two speakers Mr John Blelke and Mrs John Ash brook discussed with the club their polltlcal views and beliefs Later IH the year Mr Ray Burdme Newark councnlman spoke to the club about the operations of the clty The club was disbanded at the end of the first semester because of lack of student rnterest Offrcers of the club were Herbert Koehler presldent Duanne Freshour vlce president and David Guest secretary treasurer M Ralph Rrce was the faculty adviser ul Row! Carol Hawkins Rosalie Plame Manlyn Miller Row 2 Davnd Guest Gary Krelder Herb Koehler John Anderson Dave Boyce Paul Clary Mr Ralyph Rue ' I 1 4 . . ' 1 I , . . - 1 I ' 1 I , ' . l'. . A K . 1 5 - ' ' ,, 4 Q . V- ,, M . .1 :L at V 4 ',.-N12-. ' x .2-11-: ' 1 1 J' ' ..- 4 " ' is . 4 ' 1 . I 5 if I Q LJ " .. . 1 -2, ta . ' o Q K , ' 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - HOME ECUNOMICS CLUB Rowl Joyce Ours Nancy Evans Mae Sherwood, Barbara Hallowell Row 2 Patrlcna Prlce Maxme Lee Karen Hull Marclann Koslow Nancy Nelghbor Betty Donaghue Duane Manchester Delores Montgomery Dorotl-y Rune Row 3 Shirley Agln Betty Kleln Rosemary Malherbe Beverly Wllfong Roberta Benson Vlolet Mason Patrlcla Kun ser Carol Smith .lulla Russell Jamce Stage Leona Webb Mrs Bennington The purpose of the Home Economlcs Club was to further study and Interest In home economics The organization was a service club and plans were made to use the money toward reclecoratnon of the home economics Invlng room Further the club entertamed sev eral home economics speakers Club otflcers were Duane Manchester pres: dent Nancy Neighbor, vlce president, Betty Donaghue, treasurer, Delores Montgomery secretary .- , - -- 2- '- w .. ' I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , I . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 - - . , ' . , ' 1 , 1 HI -C CLUB The Hi-C Club organized this year for its helped the Student Council in reading the second straight season. Its purpose was to Scriptures each morning over the PA system. create better Christian fellowship among stu- dents. During the year the group entertained speakers of various denominations. Examples A of the topics discussed were comparative stu- Car0lY"' l-aYm5nf VlCe'P'eS'demi Suzanne dies of the Protestant, the Roman, and the l-lamlllon' SeCrela"Yi Ruth Ann Untied, USGS- Jewish faiths, and the need for Christian mis- urer. The Club adviser was Mrs. Fleeta Dick- sionary service. Some ot the Hi-C members erson. This club met the first and third Wednesday of every month. Club officers were Joyce Ours, presidentg Row 2 Donna Ashcraft Kathryn Chapman Carolyn Donaghue Betty Donaghue Rosalie Hamilton Nancy Neighbor Row 3 Frank Weekly Peggy Harris Row I-Mrs. Fleeta Dickerson, Ruth Untied, Joyce Ours, Suzanne Hamilton, Nancy Evans. Y-TEE Row I Sharron Powell Barbara Chsrch Delcre Myers Marrlyn Bodoh Claudia Brlngardner Charlotte Karser Noreta Rose Judy Newman Joyce Long Tnca Roberts Karen Woods Clalre Grunewald Row 2 Judy Null Kay Brown Nancy Earley Martha Frnley Connle Morlen Carolyn Nerny, Mary lou Baldwln Margaret McGlone Sue Speer Sue Hollar Bar bara Northrup Mona Bowers Ellzabeth Chapman Rok 3 Vurglnua Berger Mollle Wllllams Beverly Mossman Nancy Smart Mary Carter Duane Denney Patncna Denney Allce Danford Mary Dozer Beverly Hotchkiss Sandra Woolard Janet Duff Marilyn Watson Row 4 Martha Johnson Diana Walker Pat Bowers Patncla Freeman Delores Montgomery Nancy Neughbor Lmda Koblens Barbara DYarmett Kay Buckey Connue Myers Marulyn Tollrver Helen Gravens Row Whltehead Margaret Evans Edrth Crawford Emily Crawford Paula Roan Row 6 Jo Ann Ramsey Jo Ann Harper Carolyn Keylor Audrey Henry Sandra Imhoff Glorlann 0Bnen Karla Mason lynn Slmross Shirley Blackstone Mary Jane Rntchey Judy Plerson Ida Freeman Row 7 Patty Wright Joan Appel Carol Crust Shirley Brearley Judith Northrup Pa- trma Volz Clara Taylor Sue Vogelmeler Johanna Skmner Lmda Sanders Ruth Bradley Brenda Larason Lmda lane The YTeens started the year under the leadershlp of Mnss Paulune McCreary Mnss Helen Dorn and Mlss Louada Morgan The rough unltlatlon was held at Dugway Park on October 19 On November 8 the advnsers re sngned because of dnfferences with the local YWCA There was a meeting held un Room Ill on November 18 to decade whether the club should conttnue Present were Mr Boyd Mnss McCreary Mnss Dorn Mrs Pressley Mc Coy of the YWCA and Mrs Clnne of the YWCA As a result of the meeting Mrs Mary Rexroth and Mass Nina Keckley were asked to be the advusers, they accepted the offer The Y Teens sponsored part of the Chrnstmas assembly the Student Council pald for the 1 T I ' I . I . I I . I . I I I I . I I . ' W I I I I I . I I I I I I - I I . - F- . . . I . . . , I I I . I . ' I . I I . I I I I ' W I ' I I . . I I . . , . . . . . I , 1 , - 5-Janice Fulton, Jean Earley, Naomi Emerson, Norma Stalter, Mary Jane Baughman, Hannah Slayter, Pat Webb, Judie . I I . I I I ' T I I . , . . . , , , f 1 , , l r I 1 - ' l r l 1 l r l r I I I I . I . I I I I I ' ' - . . , 1 , , . ' I - , . I speaker. They also held the Sweetheart Twirp Dance in the Music Building on February 19. The formal initiation was held on Sunday, March 13, in St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. The officers for the three groups were as follows: for the seniors, Nancy Mount, presi- dent, Sue Councell, vice-president, Ann Wiley, secretary, and Sherri Roberts, treasurer, for the juniors, Carol Jones, president, Margaret Lusk, vice-president, Marilyn Myers, secretary, and Beverly Brookover, treasurer, for the sophomores, Judy Tronstein, president, Betty Carson, vice-president, Linda Lusetti, secre- tary, and Joanne Metcalf, treasurer. Rowl Martha Mrlls Peg Luslr Duane Cartnal Joanne Metcalf Sue Coelho Linda lusettn Sharon Mount Row 2 Mrs Rexroth Nancy Danford Judy Tronstem Sherrie Roberts Sue Councell Nancy Mount Ann Wiley Carol Jones Miss Keckley Row 3 Mary Ryan Claudie Holeton Sylvia Coyle Cynthna Rnchmond Sandra llghtle Nancy Grove Lmnue Leclt rone Carol Hornby Barbara Morrison Nancy Messnmer Margaret Smucker Beverly Brookover Manlyn Myers Row 4 Jo Ann George Marnlyn Boell Patty Davndson Betty Carson Marsha Demnng Path Church T . I I . I 1 1 I .I a 1 - ,,,,, , f , ' 1 I I I . 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' DISTRIB TIVE EDUCATIO Row I Jesse Ollver Mary Snyder Kay Shaw Francis Iomlnnson Row 2 Ronald MacFarland Leland Dougherty Gary Busby Robert Evans Rlchard Snelllng Row 3 James Anlcolartes Ray Wagers Rlchard Bowers Walter Smsth James Clawson Mr Bernard Nye Advaser Dlstrlbutlve Educatxon under the dlrectnon year Its alms are to help the student decade on an occupation to encourage the use of hugh ethncal standards tn the fleld of sellnng and to teach puplls the right way to sell mer chandlse The club has attended two conventnons In Columbus Ohio thus past year Other actxv :tres thus year were a candy sale In December a cake sale and a school pencsl sale ID March The members went on a tour of the Park Corning Frberglas Thls latter tour tied In with earlner mformatlon on Purchaslng of Con sumer Goods All of the funds ralsed by the club were used on the annual Employer Employee Ban quet IH May The officers of the club were Jessue Ollver presndent Ruchard Bowers vlce prestdent Kay Shaw secretary Gary Busby treasurer ,i 45: I 1 ff 44 K rf ' - t 1 1 r l . - L I I I V I , ' 2 . . I I . ' . I I ' I . 0 of Mr. Bernard Nye, has been very active this National Bank and on a tour through Owens-V I I . , . ' ' ' ' , ' : ' ', ' ' z CIENCE CLUB With the purpose of discussing topics of in- terest in the scientific world today, the Science Club has been supported by about twenty boys throughout the year. The only require- ment for membership in the club is a desire to learn more about science. This year the club was divided into three sections-physical, chemical, and biological. Each section was responsible for several pro- grams. Besides several motion pictures, pro- grams on archery, rockets, electricity, and preparation of certain chemicals were given. On February 24 a radio show was given on the effects of the atomic bomb. Officers for the year were John Ander- son, president, John Sutphen vice-president, David Boyce, secretary, Kirby Gull, treasurer. The faculty adviser was Mr. P. G. Steinberger. Row 'I Norman Huber John Anderson David Boyce Ralph Utterback Row 2 Kirby Gull Herb Koehler Bob Cameron John Suiphen Bob Moorehead ' r r 1 . ' r r r n . UWA QW' ,pw Furs? Row Mr Frew Boyd Mrs K D Kreager Second Row Mrs R W Evans Mrs Paul McConnell Mrs H Chapman The assocuatlon purchased a TB bond It donated twenty fave dollars to the scholarship funds mstead of S12 50 Only four meetmgs were held during the year begmmng with the Open House on Oc tober 20 Membership In the PTA thus year reached an alltlme hugh of 613 Presldent of this large group was Mrs K D Kreager Mrs Paul McConnell fnrst vnce presldent Mr Frew C Boyd second vlce presldent Mrs Howard Chapman secretary Mrs R W Evans treas urer There were 118 home room mothers th, ge . gg .,,,,,.......--,...- fl 4 ,,,,.,,,. H. .. we-A -----,Q-um A IEW! - . , . . . . - . . . , . . , . . Y . . . , . I . U I - I ' I ' , 1 I ' ' ' I ' D P RE TS CLUB The Band Parents Club met the last Mon day of each month from August to May inclu- sive during the past year. Advisers were Mr Paul B. Edwards and Mr. Frew C. Boyd. Mr George Toler was president, Mr. Edwin Patter- son, vice-presidentg Mrs. Madeline Toler, re- cording secretaryg Mrs. Orlo Ritchey, corre sponding secretaryg Mr. C. R. Whitis, treasurer Continuing with the motto "We grow or we go," the club for the first time sponsored a week of music camp for the band members. It also helped to furnish the lounge of the Music Hall. The group assisted Mr. Myron Pearce in all necessary ways to develop a well rounded music program. 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H , 4, . mf , Y ' ' V ' 9 WW uf J I W 3 Q ,W 9' f' 21 mmf wwf ai , ,j ' A - 0 ,. ,WM W n H MW, -. ,lm .wi- Called Beautiful Pest In Timber A1 cas H Lker J 5 ,ov KENN H DAVIS gHudf1z25E or 25 Days 1 lthout F od mmm of 5 we YK ,Mr AR ITY FOOTBALL Row 'I Jack Welsant Charles Beach Robert Jones Kelth Hogue Brent Myers Rlchard Love Fred Taylor Tum Reh beck Larry Swlck Wllllam Bryan Thoma Teu cher Eddie McKee Fred Ulrlch Joseph Corby Row 2 Terry Powell Allen Lane Lee Kleln Darwln Watson George Acock Thomas Tnplett Lee Kennedy Ronald McDonald Donald McVey David Forgraves Fred Prior James Breneman Wllllam Duffee 'Y Row 3 Robert Crothers Richard Conner Trent Ralston Raymond Muller But Morton Charles Monnett Donald Smanles Rnchard Henry James Ty er Carl Reed Douglas Grandstaff John Clemmgs Jerry Weaver Arthur Clawson James Allen Joseph Carlo Names of Row Row Row Row COLUMBUS EAST A1 Newark s opener on September 17 at Whute Fueld the Wnldcats avenged last years freak loss to Columbus East by beating them 14 to 13 East was first to score when a punt was returned 53 yards The extra point was no good Newark then scored when John Clem ings bolted over from the one Thls tol lowed the recovery of a fumble by Dar wtn Watson Chuck Monnett then krcked the extra point Newarks last score came m the sec ond quarter when end Darwln Watson the boys on the opposite page are as follows Watson L Klem R Muller C Beach Swrck J Clemmgs J Welsant R Love Truplett T Rehbeck T Powell C Monnett McVey F Taylor R McDonald A Lane Coach Joe Carlo v. 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'WY' 'r 4-D. , . , . , . . caught a pass from Chuck Beach to score The extra pount try was good East s second touchdown and last score of the game came on a 42 yard pass play un the fourth peruod The extra pount splut the uprught but ut was not enough to wun as the game ended 14 to l3 COLUMBUS NORTH Newark Hugh School s Wuldcats wasted no tume un thawung out the Columbus North Polar Bears as they scored 26 pounts un the furst half un the second game of the season played at Whute Fueld September 24 Jack Weusant was furst to score when he took a putchoct from Chuck Beach and scored from the seven yard Iune Thus followed a recovered fumble by Lee Kleun The extra pount try was no good The second touchdown came as a re sult of a sustauned druve and Carl Reed plunged over from the one Bull Bryan s extra pount try was good Jack Weusant cracked over from the three after Chuck Beach raced to the four from hus own 35 on an optuon pay Brvans placement was good to make the score 20 to O The fourth and funal touchdown came on a quarterback sneak by Beach after a 57 vard druve The try for the extra pount was wude makung the funal score 26 to O COSHOCTON Newark Hugh School s Wuldcats were tued 6 to 6 by an unferuor Coshocton team on Coshocton s fueld on October 2 New ark was furst to score when John Clem ungs drove over from the four yard Iune The all umportant placement try was blocked The Redskuns dud not hut pay durt un tul early un the fourth quarter Thornsley butted over from the two Thus followed a druve of 56 yards un whuch the Cats D Grandstaff W Duffee G Acock u u - - I u u . . bl ., . u . , . . . 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' - , . , u were offsude fuve tumes The extra pount was no good Newark fauled to score the rest of the game despute the long passes thrown by Beach CHILLICOTHE The Newark Hugh Wuldcats defeated a solud Chullucothe team on October 9 at Whute Fueld by the score of 20 to 7 The Cavaluers were furst to score when late un the furst quarter George Hummel went over from the nune Thus clumaxed a druve of 53 yards whuch featured runs hy Chullucothes fune fullback Herrnsteun The extra pount try was good Mudway un the second quarter Fred Taylor blocked a punt on the thurty fuve and John Clernungs recovered on the one From here Clemungs bolted over for sux pounts The extra pount try was ruuned by a bad pass from center There was no further scorung untul the fourth quarter when Beach sneaked over from the one Thus followed a recovered furr-ble on the Cavaluers 24 by Terry Powell The extra pount was good to make the score T3 to 7 Wuth less than three munutes to go Chuck Beach fured a ten yard pass to .lack Weusant on the fuve who scooted over to make the score T9 to 7 Monnetts extra pount try was good to rnake the funal score 20 to 7 C Reed T Teuscher "".9"' D Foregra as - fl 7 Elf' S te, u .Q 25 - in - K 1 tu f , , . ve CAMBRIDGE Newark s Wuldcats won a crucual game at the Bobcat staduum on October 16 by defeatung a strong Cambrudge team by the score of 24 to 12 Cambrudge was furst to score when early un the furst quarter Lake ran thurty four yards around rught end The extra pount was no good Early un the second peruod Reed blasted over from the one yard lune Thus followed a druve of 45 yards The extra pount try was no good At the start of the second half New ark marched suxty fuve yards un eleven plays to make the score T2 to 6 John Clemungs funushed thus druve by scorung from the sux The p at was no good Mudway un the fourth quarter Cam brudges fullback shot 69 yards through the center of the Newark lune to tue the score 12 to 12 The extra pount place ment was good to put Newark behund I3 to 2 started a druve on theur own forty nune x huch was clumaxed by Clemungs goung over from the sux The extra pount try was no good for the thurd tume Wuth less than two munutes to go Clem ungs untercepted a futule Bobcat pass and raced ut back to the two On the next play Beach sneaked over to put Newark ahead 24 to T2 Agaun Monnetts extra pount try was no good MARIETTA On October 23 Newark won theur T954 Homecomung game by defeatung the Maruetta Tugers to the tune of 25 to O at Whute Fueld Newark got a touchdown for every quarter gettung theur furst wuth 150 remaunung un the furst peruod as Chuck Beach fured a pass to Bud Muller on the IO yard lune who walked un for the score Monnetts placement was blocked Jack Weusant set up Newarks second touchdown un the second peruod wuth a recovered fumble on the Tugers 24 yard lune lt took fuve plays to reach the fuve and from there John Clemungs took a putchout from Beach and scored Mon netts p at was good The score at the end of the half was T3 to O The funal play of the thurd quarter gave Newark theur thurd TD as Beach sneaked over from the two Thus followed a druve of 52 yards Bryan s placement was wude and short In the fourth quarter Beach sneaked over from the one to make the score 24 to O Thus clumaxed a druve of 68 yards Weusants plunge was good to make the score 25 to O The Newark defense was superb as they held the Ruvertowners to a net gaun or one yard ZANESVILLE Joe Carlos Wuldcats remauned unde feated as they dropped theur arch ruval the Zanesvulle Blue Devuls by the score of T3 to O on the Zanesvulle fueld on October 29 Newark wasted no tume as they scored seven pounts mudway un the furst quarter on Larry Swucks seven yard run and Chuck Monnetts extra pount In the second quarter the Cats agaun scored as they marched 72 yards to an other sux pounter Thus was clumaxed by Chuck Beach s pass to Carl Reed for the score Monnetts placement try was no good as ut was short The second half was agaun domunated by Newark although they never scored Zanesvulle never threatened seruously throughout the whole game as they were stopped by Newarks tune defense , . . . . . I ' . l . Then with 4:36 remaining Newark M . . . . U U . . , . . . . I .I l , . , . - I . . , . DOVER The Wlldcats of Newark Hlgh won their eighth stralght game on November 6 as they defeated Dover by the score of 20 to 6 on the home field Newark agaln drew flrst blood tn the contest as they marched 93 yards ln elght plays on the openlng klck off with Carl Reed scorrng Monnetts extra point try was good to make the score 7 to O After a recovered fumble on the Dover 24 the Cats took lust three running plays wrth Swlck gomg over from the one to make the score Newark 13 Dover O at the end of the ftrst peruod A 30 yard run by Mears of Dover put the Tornadoes back In the ball game un the second perlod 13 to 6 but the extra polnt try was no good Wlth l 15 malnlng un the flrst half Beach threw a flat pass to Reed who waltzed into the end zone wuth seconds remamnng Mon netts run for the extra polnt was suc cessful to make the score 20 to 6 at the end of the flrst half The second half was all defense as no stopped twnce unsude the twenty by the Newark defense LANCASTER The Wlldcats were defeated by Lan caster on the Gale home fleld 7 to 0 ID theur bid for the COL championship on November 15 Both teams had been undefeated to date Newark started the game off with a bang as they penetrated to the two yard llne Here John Clemrngs fumbled after runnrng from the Gale fifteen yard strupe Outsude of thus threat neither team went farther than each other s 30 yard lme un trl the end of the furst half Lancaster scored early ln the third quarter as Kendrick Lancasters quarter back ran 24 yards for the score on an optuon play The placement try was good to make the score 7 to 0 Newark was unable to do anythung for the rest of the thlrd and fourth quarters as they failed to move any farther than the Lancaster twenty flve yard strlpe The game end ed wlth Lancaster In possession of the ball the COL champnonshrp and an un defeated season Newark Newark New k Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Columbus East Columbus North Coshocton Cmlluco he Carnbndge Marletta Zanesnlle Dover Lanca er I ' ' ' I - I I I . . . ' I I - ' ' . : re- - . ' I - A ' I . . D 1 ' 1 ' - stt, C14 ' , ,asa,sa ss,a . ,26 team scoredp however, Dover was ar 6 L aa,aaa,, 20 : - so .724 ' ,L ' L saaa , L aaa,a,. 25 ' ' in W irrriiriiiiriir . ' in - . ' L sasa,.. 20 , , ,, ,, ,, ,, O at , fx 1 , VWA5 ug . X-, S YWAQ? .. if ' SLWAPQ- SBWAQQ- , Q WA49 ? Wg, , ,Q-ff"A4'+ ga-vAfv,, 'ix Q NAR 4,9740 gE , W QWAJQ QWAQ 'NAR 'F iwfff , , -e5""A'94- WA Names the boys on the opposlte page are as follows Row Row Row Row AR ITY TRACK vt, Row I Tum Rehbeck John Harlow Jack Wersant Ron McDonald Bob Yost Marvm Smith Tom Cochran Darwm Wat son loo Klom Bob Cranclell James Burrell Row 2 Coach Paul Harlow Dale Knerr Jeff Erlksen Don McVey Bob Cam Don Smalles Duck Roth Bob Strother Bu Muller Bob Teuscher Bob Denner Paul Johnson Manager Bull Wnght DENISON INDOOR Paul Harlows thnnclads got the l954 track season movvng on Saturday Aprll 3 when hls entrues In the Denison Hugh School Indoor Relays brought Newark a fufth place among flfteen schools The Alumni Memorial Fleld House was wor by the Mansfield Tygers Geoffrey Erlksen captured a furst nr the 440 Yard run nn a tume of 548 Marvin Smith got a fufth In both the 55 yard dash and the broad lump The team of Marvin Smzth Robert Teuscher Robert Cam and Robert Strother landed a furst In the sprint relay whsle the ag Erllcsen M Smlth R Muller R Slrother Cam R Teuscher R Yost R Denner Crandall D Watson D Knerr T Rehbeck McVey L Klein R McDonald J Harlow Coach Paul Harlow X! 'P qw Y Ili . ' 2 'S "' l 1 r . r r r J l 1 1 J ' I 'I I ' i I I . I I .I . I I I I 6 ' . , , , ' ' - , . I I meet, which was staged in Denison's , . . . .1 . - I I I I - of ' : I-G. ' , . ', . ' , . . 2-R. ', . , . , . . 3-R. , . , . , . . l 4-D. ,. ', . ,. . if ffdi gregatlon of Smxth Cam Strother and Erlksen copped the mule relay SPRINGFIELD The Newark Wildcats tned with Cleve land Rhodes for fifteenth place at the Springfield Relays on April IO by wm nnng seven polnts Ermksen captured two points for the thlnclads ln the 440 when he came In fourth The mule relay team of Strother Cam Erlksen and Smith came In thlrd to get three more Smlth packed up two points for the Harlow men by getting fourth place un the broad pump Mansfleld won the meet WP MANSFIELD At the Mansfield Relays held on Aprnl I6 and I7 the Newark thlnclads picked up one and one half pomts as their to tal earnungs In the events Marvin Smith captured a half point by tysng for fifth place rn the broad lump wath Johnson of Flnnt Mnchugan The Cat mlle relay team of Smuth Strother Cam and Erlksen copped a frfth In that event to earn one full pomt Cleveland East Tech won the meet wlth 3l points MARION HARDING Paul Harlows thmclads deflated a powerful Marlon Harding aggregatnon R Roth T Cochran D Smaules ,P rl , M, . 3f 3 I I I I I I I I y S were when they dropped the Presudents 55 to 49 and thereby ended a strung of 37 stralght dual meet vuctorues at Whute Fueld Aprul 22 The hugh lump and mule relay were called off because of a heavy raun storm Eruksen won the 100 and 220 dashes Caun took the 440 Robert Yost copped the 120 hugh hurdle and 180 lows The 880 yard relay team of Rehbeck Muller Teuscher and Smuth gathered un a furst Smuth gauned the broad lump COLUMBUS EAST Newark lost a meet through lack of depth when the Harlowmen bowed to Columbus East 74 273 to 43 273 at Whute Fueld Aprul 27 Darwun Watson captured both the shot put and the dus Wulluam Johnson took the pole vault Marvun Smuth landed the broad lump CIRCLEVILLE LANCASTER Newark pulled away easuly from Cur clevulle and Lancaster un a truangular af faur at Whute Fueld on Aprul 30 when the Wuldcats puled up a total of 112176 pounts to Curclevulles 48 273 and Lan casters 44176 Marvun Smuth won the 100 yard dash took the 200 captured the broad lump and ran anchor on the vuctoruous 880 yard relay team Donald McVey copped both the 120 yard hugh hurdles and the 180 yard low hurdles The 880 relay team was made up un ad dutuon to Smuth of Tum Rehbeck Ray mond Muller and Robert Teuscher Geof frey Eruksen captured the 440 yard dash The mule relay team of Raymond Muller Dale Knerr Robert Strother and Geof frey Eruksen made a furst Teuscher won the pole vault and the hugh lump COL Chullucothe proved to be Newarks chuef contender un the annual COL track meet held at Whute Fueld on May 5 when the Cavaluers puled up 71 pounts behund 87 pounts of Paul Harlows boys Thus Newark won uts second straught COL meet The once powerful Maruetta ag gregatuon took a lowly thurd wuth only 27 duguts Lancaster stomped close at the Ruvertowners heels wuth a 26 Darwun Watson won fursts un both the shot put and the duscus Don McVey took the 120 hughs Geoffrey Eruksen the 440 and Robert Teuscher the pole vault The 880 relay team and the mule relay team won theur races Marvun Smuth tued for fursts Wayne Stevens of the Cavaluers un the broad lump and the 220 yard dash NEW CONCORD Newark tued for thurd place un the New Concord Relays Class A duvusuon at Muskungum College on May 9 when the Harlowmen collected 20V2 pounts to equal the score of Warren The mule relay team of Marvun Smuth Robert Caun Robert Strother and Geoffrey Eruksen ran away from Cleveland Lakewood un the funale of the meet by dustancung the . . . I ' l . 1 r ' , . . I Q I I . I I ' Q ' . ' ' I , . n 1 , , . . . cus. Geoffrey Eriksen copped the 2205 . ' . 2 I I - . . I , D ' ' I 1 I l I ' I I I - n . . I . I . 4 . I - I . I 1 ' I I - . . . Clevelanders by twenty yards un a tume of 3333 the best thus far for he season Marvun Smuth funushed furst un the broad uump Robert Teuscher tued for a fufth un the hugh uump Although takung a haur spluttung second un the 880 relay the Cats ran the event un theur best time to date of 1335 Caun fun ushed fourth un the 440 and Darwun Wat son copped a fufth un the shot put Cleve land Lakewood won the meet wuth 56 pounts whule Mansfueld got second wuth 49V2 LANCASTER Newark dumped the Golden Gales from Lancaster 93 to 25 un a one sided vun Smuth earned a furst un the 100 and 200 yard dashes and the broad uump Don McVey won both the 120 hughs and 180 lows Darwun Watson took the shot put duscus and hugh lump The 880 relay team of Muller Rehbeck Roth and Smith garnered a furst Caun trickled to vuctory un the 440 The team of Knerr Caun Strother and Eruksen copped the mule relay Robert Teuscher soared to vuctory un the pole vault COLUMBUS SOUTH The Newark Felunes of Paul Harlow edged Columbus South at Whute Fueld on May 18 by a close score of 60V2 to 57V2 Darwun Watson garnered the shot put and duscus The 880 aggregatuon of Muller Strother Smuth and Eruksen gath ered a number one spot Caun pounded out the 440 to vuctory Yost leaped the 180 lows to a wun The mule relay team of Muller Strother Caun and Eruksen took a furst Teuscher won the pole vault COLUMBUS WEST Paul Harlow s boys of scant dress took ten out of fourteen events on the pro gram at Whute Fueld May 20 by wun nung a duel track meet by the score of 8OV2 to 37V2 from Columbus West Multuple wunners for Newark were Smuth wuth wuns un the 100 220 and broad uump and Watson wuth wuns un the shot yard hugh hurdles Caun the 440 and Yost the 180 yard low hurdles DISTRICT The Central Dustruct Track and Fueld Meet was run May 22 at Ohuo Wesleyan Unuversuty wuth Newark takung undus puted fourth place wuth a total of 20 pounts Ahead of Newark were Colum bus South Columbus East and Colum bus Central wuth 491f3 35 and 32 pounts respectuvely Fufteen schools were un the meet Newark s Marvun Smuth won the broad lump lumpung 22 feet 1141 unches New ark placed second un the mule relay wuth a tume of 3328 and the 880yard re ay wth a time of 1326 Marvun : . , T . ' track meet at White Field, May 13. Mar- put and discus. McVey won the 120- ' . ' u u 7 ' 1 . . ' Smnth got a fourth nn the 220 yard dash wrth a time of 22 7 Don McVey tied for thrrd ln the 120 yard hrgh hurdles wlth a 16 O1 tlme and Robert Caln got a fufth an the 440 yard dash wtth a 515 tame to complete Newarks scoring STATE On May 28 29 at The Ohlo State Uno versnty un the Class A Hugh School Track and Field Meet Newark entered two teams On May 28 In the prelnmnnarles the 880 relay team and the mule relay team qualufued On Saturday mornnng May 29 Marvin Smlth quallfled for the fnnals wlth a lump of 21 feet 3 Inches He flnnshed sixth ID the fnnals Meanwhule the 880 relay team of Marvln Smuth Raymond Muller Robert Strother and Geoffrey Erxksen captured fourth the fnals tn the tlme 1326 Then the mule relay team of Marvnn Smith Robert Caln Robert Stroth er and Geoffrey Errksen took a fourth nn the ftnals with a time of 3 294 These tlmes set by both relay teams are the fastest rn the hnstory of Newark Hugh School track accordnng to Paul Dorland Harlow coach TRACK SUMMATION Newark s track season began on Aprnl 3 at the Denrson Field House wnth the team gettnng a fufth among fnfteen schools an an lndoor meet The bug vac tory was the wnnnlng of the COL meet by the Harlowmen In the distract at Ohuo Wesleyan Unlverstty Newark was fourth with twenty points ln the bug state meet at The Ohio State Unlverslty Newark quallfled for three events the broad lump wnth Marvln Smith the 880 yard relay team com posed of Marvin Smith Raymond Muller Robert Strother and Geoffrey Ernksen and the mule relay team composed of Marvin Smlth Robert Cam Robert Strother and Geoffrey Erlksen ln the meet Itself Newark galned a slxth In the broad lump a fourth In the 880 and a fourth un the mrle relay Sensors running thenr last event for NHS were Geoffrey Erlksen Marvin Smlth Robert Caln Robert Crandall Rob ert Yost Robert Denner and Robert Teuscher . 5 I - 5 j . . . 1 , . l ' f , I I ' I r I I - - l I I I I I I , . 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J' f 'S Y VAR ITY BASEBALL Rowl Bob Mann Mlke Fltzglbbon He man Foster Duck Cash Gene Helmlck Frank Tomlmson Roger Matthews Chuck Beach .hm Walton Row 2 Ed McCament Kirby Gull Joe Bending Bob Powe Manager Trent Ralston Tom Cash Bob Culp Bob Hahn Phll Wllkms Coach .llm Allen ZANESVILLE ROSECRANS Pla g on the St Nncholas dnamond an Zanesville the Wnldcats of Jam Allen started the l954 season rmght on Aprnl 15 by downing Zanesvulle Rosecrans IO to 3 lt was the first loss rn nlne starts for the Bzshops With Newark leading 6 to 3 ID the szxth Catcher Roger Matthews slapped out a base loaded homer to reach the tsnal total of ten Centerflelder Robert Powe In the fnfth whacked out a trlple wxth the bases loaded to contrlbute three polnts to the Cats cause and to break a three all tue Matthews and Powe each Names of the l:oys on the opposite page are as follows Row C h P Wllkms F Tomlinson E Helrmck Row Bending R Mann R Powe R Matthews Row Hahn C Beach J Walton D Roderick Row - . Cas , E. McCament, K, Gull, H. Foster. Coach .hm Allen earned two runs whale Wllklns T Cash Beach Bendung Hahn and Helmuck got one Gene Helmrck was the wmnnng putcher Newark Rosecrans ZANESVILLE ROSECRANS The pltchmg of Gene Helmuck helped earn a second victory ID a second clash may with Zanesville Rosecrans at the YMCA dlamond Cformerly Arnold Parkl on April 21 The game featured a mound battle between Helmuck and Tom Bramllsh of Rosecrans Newarks lone run came sn the first anmng Wnlkuns reached first when he was hut by Pltcher Bramllsh He ad vanced to second on Powes one base hut He rnoved to third on a wlld patch wnth Powe pullung up at second Next .xg li 1+ R Culp M Fltzglbbon T Ralston j i in .. A fly! 5. Q Y , ,,.,ih- . SR ' R E- R H E , 0003340-1062 I ' ' ,,0O03000-362 -- " - 11' Q bu Bob Mann and R Cash fanned out How ever Catcher Dinan of the Blshops mlssed the thlrd strike on Cash and had to throw to Dulan at flrst for the put out During this operatron Wulkuns dashed home to beat the throw to the plate Although Rosecrans threatened later the game ended on Newarks side of the ledger H Rosecrans GRANVILLE Newark won :ts third straight victory of the 1954 season by defeatmg Gran vulle I4 to 0 at the YMCA Fleld Aprll 23 Herman Foster pitched the flrst sev en Innings for Newark James Walton the eughth Kurby Gull the nmth Foster was the wmmng pitcher Phnl Wnlkms got three sungles tallued four runs and stole three bases Robert Mann also collected three snngles They were the leadmg Allenmen batters H Newark Granvnlla HEBRON .hm Allens batsmen contmued their wmmng way by taking Hebron 6 to 5 on the YMCA diamond Aprll 26 The Cats scored three runs an the fnrst mnmg and two nn the second before the Trallblazers came to llfe In the thlrd however Hebron tied thmgs up wuth a fuve run splurge Newark collected nts sixth run In the fifth Pitchers for New ark were Gull Foster and Walton Fos ter was credited wuth the wan Hebron Newark J Marian ZANESVILLE The Zanesvllle Blue Devils ended Newarks vnctory march on Aprnl 28 on the YMCA dnamond by defeatung the Allenmen 4 to I Newarks lone run I4 B. 22,31 , . . . . . , I . - I R H E 1 - .,,,,,,, , 0 O 5 0 0 0 0- 5 4 2 3 2 0 010 x- 6114 R E Newark H .. 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' 0 0 0 O 0 0 O- 0 I 2 D - ' I ' on ,4- came an the last of the seventh wlth Pitcher Foster scorlng on T Cashs one bagger Into centerfleld The Cats loaded the sacks ln the flfth frame but were un able to score Helmlck worked the mound for the Cats untll the seventh when after get tmg one man out he had to be called because of a pulled muscle an has sude Foster took over for Helmnck Helmnck gave up three runs Foster one Helmuck was the losing pitcher H Zanesvulle Newark COLUMBUS ROSARY Newarks Allenmen trickled back unto the wan column on Aprul 29 when the dlamond Wildcats defeated Columbus Rosary 2 to O at the YMCA Field R Cashs double to the right fleld corner after two men were out In the last of the fifth scormg Hahn and Walton gave the Cats the edge Hahn opened the fnfth wuth a walk and Walton then beat out an Infield slngle Wllklns flied out and Powe struck out Then R Cash aft er huttung several fouls delivered the blow that landed the victory T Cash walked after has brothers bangle u Mann ended the unmng by sending a fly ball to deep center Jlm Walton was the wunnmg pitcher Rosary Newark W fy -AAL .A w. CIRCLEVILLE Newark Hugh Baseballers won their Central Dlstrlct Class A tournament open er on May 5 at Curclevulle when the Al Ienmen defeated the Roundtowners 8 to 2 Phll Wllklns whopped a trlple with the bases loaded In the fourth to guar antee Newarks partlcupatlon In further tournament play Helmlck who whnffed l-4 batters was the wmnung pitcher Newark Cnrclevulle GRANVILLE N wark and Granvnlle faced one an other on May 6 for the second fracas of the current season when the Wnldcats brevlated contest Powe got two huts for two tames at bat a double and a single and collected one run Hahn also got two huts for three tnmes at bat and collected one run Foster the wunmng putcher clalmed a one hutter The game was called ln the fnfth to make way at the YMCA diamond for the Babe Ruth League Granville Newark COLUMBUS SOUTH Coach James Allens classy Wildcats began to look luke A B Longs classnc 1953 aggregation when the Allenmen took theur second tournament tilt thus tlme from Columbus South by a score 1 .1 - ' nn: - T ecccccc oooaaoz-873 R E " eceeec,... ooooooz-254 ' c.e...cc,. oaloooo-440 sseecsc oooooot-142 , . . defeated the Blue Aces8toOin an ab- . 1 . 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RH! - .... ,WOOOOOOO-O42 - ss,ss cotooolx-251 ZANESVILLE COLUMBUS ST CHARLES A bad fourth nnnlng cost Newark sts opportunnty to clunch a second straught Central Dnstrnct Class A tltle on May l4 at YMCA Park The Allenmen dropped the game to Columbus St Charles by a score of 4 to 3 Newark started the scornng an the last half of the thurd when R Cash hut a long double to score Mann and Matthews who had already arruved on bases Mann had walked and Matthews had pushed hum to second wlth an snfleld slngle The Cardunals bounced back an the fourth to take advantage of the wnldness of Putcher Gene Helmuck The pruests to be collected two snngles and three walks to Qet thelr four markers nn the top half of the fourth Newarks thurd run came nn the slxth when Mann got a base on balls T Cash dropped a single unto leftcenter and Matthews a single down the rught fueld lane to home Mann T Cash was tagged out on an attempted steal R Cash fanned out and Hahn flled out Helmlck was the losung pitcher St Charles Newark LANCASTER Newark splut a double bull on May l5 at YMCA Park wlth the Golden Gales from Lancaster by takung the opener 5 to 4 and droppnng the nughtcap 6 to 4 The second effort was called at the end of the fifth Wllkuns T Cash lected two huts In was the wlnnnng game whsle Foster loss In the second Lancaster Newark Second game Lancaster Newark and R Cash each col the opener T Cash putc er n the ftrst was charged wlth the earlier nn the season to Zanesvnlle by defeatung the Bl e Devuls 5 to 3 t Zanesvulle on May I7 However New ark s wln resulted prlmaruly as the result of wnldness on the part of the Zanesvtlle putcher He walked sux Cats In the sixth lnnlng A hut by Mann IH the SI h scored two men The Zanesvnlle flunger forced an three others nn that stanza Foster relieved Helmuck In the sixth but Helmnck was credited with the wan Zanes Ile Newark . . . h i . . . . . . . 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I R H E vi .... 0 0 0 1 2 0 ow 3 6 2 ..o 0 o 0 0 5 0-- 5 4 3 GRANVILLE James Allens Cats brought theur 1954 season to a close on May 20 on the YMCA dramond by turnrng back Gran vllle 7 to 4 This was their thirteenth wnn nn snxteen starts T Cash was the wlnnlng pitcher Matthews delivered the only extra base blow of the contest Wal kuns T Cash Matthews Hahn and Mc Cament each got a n Fntzgrbbon crossed home plate twice Granvtlle Newark BASEBALL SUMMATION James Allen serving has first year as mentor of the Newark Hugh School base a varslty coached the hardballers rn one of the best seasons since the game was remtroduced an the sprung of 1949 T e aggregatuon was stopped lust at the portals of the Dlstrlct champronshlp by the Roman prlests to be of St Charles Columbus The Allenmen won thrrteen of theur srxteen contests Twelve of thenr games they played on the Newark YMCA dramond They prled up erghty four runs durung the season agarnst their opponents thurty fuve Among the patch :ng staff Helmlck won sux and lost two Foster won three and lost one Walton won two and lost none and T Cash won two and lost none Gull served as reltet pitcher A postscrrpt to the season was the sngntng of Helmvck by the Clnctnnatn Reds to duty on one of nts farm teams the Colonral Herghts team of the Pred mont League Sensors who graduated In June were Phnlup Wnlkuns Robert Powe Robert Mann Thomas Cash Roger Matthews Joseph Bendung and Gene Helmrck BASEBALL SCOREBOARD Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Zanesvrlle Granvulle Hebron Zanesville Columbus Cnrclevulle Granvrlle Columbus Delaware Grandvrew Columbus Lancaster Lancaster Zanesville Granville Rosecrans Rosary South St Charles I J I . 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I . . 1 7 v 1 33 35 53 R ITY B KETBALL Row 'I Ralph Franklnn Duck Ca h Duck Roth John Harlow Chuck Beach Row 2 Robert Strother Herman Foster Robert DeMooy Donald Brown Ronald Glover Row 3 Trent Ralston James Walton Charles Monnett Don McVey Roger Groves Max Douglas COLUMBUS WEST The 1954 55 edntlon of the Newark Hugh Wuldcats was defeated an theur first start of the season on November 26 by the Co lumbus West Cowboys In Newark Sensor Hugh Gymnasuum by the score of 51 to 46 Except for a nnne pount lead held by New ark In the flrst quarter nenther team led by saw battle However after Ron Glover and Ralph Franklun fouled out IH the final two mvnutes of play the Cowboys wldened the gap to make the funal score 51 to 46 Ralph Franklnn was the hught point man for both teams wuth 19 pounts on seven field goals and tlve chanty tosses Names of the boys on the opposite page are as follows Row I C Beach R Strofher D Brown R Franklun Row 2 C Monnett R Glover R Cash H Foster Row 3 R DeMooy R Roth D McVey J Harlow Coach Max Douglas more than five points throughout the see- MT VERNON The Wuldcats of Newark Hgh School were defeated for the second straught tume un as many games played as they were de feated by a strong Mt Vernon team un the latters gymnasuum on November 30 by the score of 71 to 4O The Cats managed to uump to an early four pount lead but thus was quuckly erased as they were out classed throughout the rest of the game They were held to a mere 18 pounts for the furst half and the score read 57 for the Yellow Jackets 28 for Newark goung unto the funal stanza Duck Roth was Newarks hugh pount man as he tallied 12 pounts but the Jackets Carol Rune was the bug scorer for the eve nung wuth 22 pounts CAMBRIDGE Newark Senuor Hugh Gymnasuum on De cember 4 was the scene for Newarks furst tult un the COL as they defeated a ur prusung Cambrudge team 54 to 42 The game was evenly played throughout the furst half as Newark led by only one pount 38 to 37 at the end of the rest peruod However thanks to Ronnue Glovers shoot ung abuluty the Cats were able to pull away to make the funal score 54 to 42 Ron Glover was the top scorer for both teams as he pushed un 24 pounts on 11 fueld goals and four focxl shots Duck Cash was the only other Newark player to hut the double fugures as he tallued 11 pounts ZANESVILLE The Newark Hugh School Wuldcats dropped a strong Zanesvulle team un New ark Hugh gymnasuum on December 10 by the score of 55 to 43 The Cats surprused theur arch ruval Zanesvulle wuth an effectuve zone defense Newark was ahead throughout the whole game except for half tume when they trauled by fuve pounts 25 to 20 Nevertheless Newark domunated the second half un go ung onto wun 55 to 43 Chuck Monnett was hugh pount man for Newark and both teams wuth eughteen pounts but he receuved help from Ron Glov er Newark s puvot man who had fourteen MARIETTA In a very low scorung contest un the Ma ruetta gym on December 17 the Doug lasmen were defeated by the score of 41 to 31 by the Maruetta Tugers Both the Newark and Maruetta offense was stymued by the unabuluty to put the ball un the hole The score at the end of two quarters was 21 to 10 un favor of the host team Although the Cats pucked up somewhat un the thurd and fourth quarters they stull ended up on the short end of the anemuc 41 to 31 score Don Brown wuth sux Chuck Beach wuth sux and Duck Cash wuth sux were the top scorers for Newark . . 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I - C - ' I . , I COSHOCTON The Newark Wrldcats after a shaky start defeated a Coshocton Redskln team an Newark on December 21 by the score of 52 to 46 The Cats had a deflclt of 13 points In the flrst quarter as they were behund 18 to 5 However they roared back to cut the score 26 to 24 at the end of the half The thlrd quarter was a repetutuon of the sec ond quarter as the lead changed hands many times The pervod ended nn a 40 to 40 deadlock The funal chapter was all Newark as the Coshocton Redsknns never tallied a field goal In the last quarter Ralph Franklnn scored eeght of the 12 ponnts the last quarter to pace the Cats to vnctory LANCASTER Lancaster a co favonte for the COL champuonshup was defeated by the New ark Wvldcats on their home floor on De cember 28 by the low score of 43 to 36 The game was very low scorung as New ark led only 10 to 9 at the end of he furst peruod The scormg ln the second quarter packed up somewhat however as Newark led 24 to 21 gonng unto the sec ond half Held to a mere fuve ponnts nn the thnrd quarter of play Newark saw nts lead cut by the Gales 30 to 29 as a re sult After Lancaster went ahead 33 to 32 early nn the fourth perlod the ball game was all Newark s as they scored 10 straight points to push ahead to stay BUCYRUS A newcomer to the Newark Hugh bas ketball schedule the Bucyrus Redsktns were defeated by the Wildcats an Newark Sensor Hugh Gymnasium on December 29 by the score of 70 to 54 Bucyrus was never ahead after the open :ng mmutes of the first period as the Cats took a 4to2 lead from them and led at the end of the furst perlod 12 to 6 Thanks to 12 straight points by Newark they were able to take a commandlng 34 to 17 lead at the end of the half The Wlldcats poured It on un the second half to reach the 70 mark and make the frnal score 70 to 54 the hlghset total f ponnts this year for the Douglasmen Ron Glover was the bug scorer for New Strother wlth 13 Duck Cash with 15 and Chuck Beach wuth 10 MT VERNON The Newark Wildcats out to avenge an earlier drubbtng by the Mt Vernon Yellow Jackets nn the Mt Vernon gym on Novem ber 30 came very close to doung lust that as they were defeated 45 to 44 on the Cats hardwood The game was played on January 4 The game was very close throughout as the Wlldcats were behlnd 10 to 8 at the end of the flrst quarter and were ahead of the Jackets 19 to 18 at the end of the first half The third quarter was a repe tutlon of the furst and second but saw Mt Vernon on top 32 ot 30 gomg unto the fourth period Just when vnctory seemed I I - I . . . 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T , . un sught wuth Newark leadung 40 to 34 and fuve munutes remaunung the Yellow Jackets fured home fuve straught pounts to put them selves ahead 45 to 43 Chuck Beach how ever was fouled wuth seven seconds re maunung Hus furst attempt was good but the second fell short Franklun paced the Cats wuth suxteen pounts on sux goals and four foul shots CHILLICOTHE In a game that meant furst place un the standungs un the COL loop the Newark Wuldcats defeated the Chullucothe Cavaluers 49 to 46 un the Cavaluers gymnasuum The game was played on January 7 Thungs looked very bleak for Newark as they were behund T5 to 8 at the end of the furst peruod but thanks to guard Herman Foster who started scorung from every place on the floor Newark was able to tue Chullucothe 22 to 22 at half tume Twuce un the thurd peruod of play Newark came from behund to tue the score at 30 to 30 and 38 to 38 Wuth the Wuldcats be hund 44 to 40 wuth three munutes remaun ung un the game they put together four goals and a foul shot to pull ahead 49 to 44 Two foul shots un the last ten seconds for Chullucothe made the score 49 to 46 Herm Foster and Chuck Monnett paced the Cats wuth I2 pounts apuece DOVER The Newark basketballers on January 8 un the Cat gym defeated a wunless Dover team by the score of 48 to 33 Thus gave Newark a record of seven wuns and four losses Newark was never behund un the game as they uumped to an early 6100 lead Late un the second quarter however Dover narrowed thus margun to three pounts 22 to 19 The Cats at one tume un thus peruod held a lead of 20 to 9 The early munutes of the thurd quarter saw the Tornadoes pull up agaun as they trauled by only three pounts 24 to 2l But from thus pount on cooled off The score enterung the funal stanza was Newark 38 Dover 27 New ark outscored Dover agaun un the fourth quarter to wun 48 to 33 Ron Glover and Chuck Beach were the top scorers for Newark wuth T8 and T2 pounts respectuvely CAMBRIDGE The Newark Hugh School Wuldcats were knocked out of theur furst place tue wuth Lanesvulle on January l4 by the Cambrudge Bobcats un the Cambrudge gymnasuum by the score of 63 to 47 Thus loss put the Cats un second place wuth a league record of I a I ' I , - . 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I 1 . . 6 and 2 whule Zanesvulle posted a 7 and 1 record T e Bobcats of Cambrudge were ahead at the end of every stanza The Wuldcats ed12t8nd t27ate end of the furst and second quarters re specttvely Newark cut the Bobcats lead to 33 to 31 un the openung munutes of the thurd peruod but Cambrudge came back wuth a quuck three baskets Th boys from Cambrudge contunued to pour ut on as the funal score ended up 63 to 47 Chuck Beach was top man for Newark wuth 10 pounts followed closely by Herm Foster wuth nune ZANESVILLE The Zanesvulle Blue Devuls extended theur league lead to two full games as they defeated the Newark Wuldcats un Zanesvulles new gymnasuum on January 21 by the score of 63 to 47 The slow startung Cats were behund at the end of the furst quarter 11 to 4 After beung behund at the end of the furst two munutes of the second peruod 19 to 5 the Newarkutes amazed the near capacuty crowd by knottung the score 21 to 21 at the end of the half Zanesvulle started quuckly un the thurd quarter as they scored three straught bas kets to make the score 27 to 21 The Wuld cats never recovered as they trauled 43 to 31 goung unto the funal stanza The fourth quarter was a repetutuon of the thurd as the Blue Devuls outscored Newark 20 to16 Chuck Monnett was the hugh pount man for Newark wuth 22 markers gettung 13 of these un the furst half BEXLEY Newark s battered Wuldcats were defeat ed for the thurd straught tume thus tume by the Bexley Luons by the score of 45 to 43 un the Cats gym on January 22 Newarks only lead was held at the end of the furst quarter when Bexley trauled 11 to 9 However the Luon took over the lead at half tume 25 to 17 Newark staged a rally and tued the score 25 to 25 at the end of the thurd stanza Nevertheless the Cats were unable to mauntaun the pace and never held the lead for the rest of the as they scored sux pounts un the funal 30 sec onds almost to catch the Luons Chuck Monnett was the hugh pount man for the evenung wuth twenty one pounts on eught fueld goals and fuve foul shots Only seven fueld goals were scored by the rest of the Newark team MARIETTA The Newark Wuldcats avenged an earluer loss to Maruetta by defeatung the Tugers 74 to 60 un the Newark gymnasuum on January 28 Newark was ahead at the end of every quarter as they led 18 to 13 at the end of the furst quarter and 36 to 26 at halftume The romp contunued throughout the thurd and fourth quarters as Newark reached theur season hugh of seventy fuve pounts They at one tume held a lead of 61 to 39 over the Tugers early un the funal stanza h . trail o a 31 o th I - - game. Newark finished in a blaze of glory Ron Glover was the top scorer for the evenung wuth twenty two pounts followed by Chuck Monnett wuth 20 Chuck Beach wuth I4 and Duck Cash wuth Tl COSHOCTON On February 4 un the new Coshocton gymnasuum the Wuldcats of Newark Hugh defeated the Redskuns for the second straught tume 49 to 43 Due to Chuck Monnetts ten pounts early un the furst peruod the Cats were able to hold the lead T4 to T4 at the end of the furst quarter The Redskuns however bounced back un the second peruod of play to lead 30 to 25 at the end of the half After the Cats came from behund un the tnurd quarter they were behund only once throughoJt the rest of the game that beung un the early munutes of the fourth peruod when they trauled 39 to 37 Newark saw theur lead sluced to one pount 44 to 43 un the closung munutes of the fourth stanza but a basket apuece by Monnett and Roth put the Wuldcats out of danger Chuck Monnett was agaun the bug man on a neat ten baskets and fuve foul shots LANCASTER In Newarks gymnasuum on February ll the Newark Wuldcats dropped the Lancaster Golden Gales by the score of 75 to 48 Thus was Newark s hughest pount total for the season Newark however dud not start scorung untul the last half when they outscored the Golden Gales 42 to I6 The Cats were behund throughout the whole furst quarter and trauled I8 to I5 goung unto the second peruod The second stanza was a see saw affaur whuch saw Newark on top at the end 33 to 32 The Gales were badly outclassed un the thurd and fourth quarters as they were out scored 20 to 5 un the thurd quarter The fourth peruod was agaun all Newarks as they dropped un 22 markers compared wuth the Golden Gales ll All fuve of Newarks starters hut for the double fugures as Chuck Monnett dropped un 20 Chuck Beach T7 Ron Glover T3 Duck Cash TO and Duck Roth T0 MARION A newcomer to the Newark schedule the Maruon Hardung Presudents were de feated on theur home court 50 to 48 on February 12 The Cats were led by the Presudents 13 to I0 at the end of the furst quarter and 31 to T9 at the half Newark was held to a mere fuve fuelders un thus half The Wuldcats however chopped the lead to sux pounts 44 to 38 goung unto the funal peruod They set the pace un the last peruod to take the game away from the Presudents 50 to 48 Chuck Monnett was the hugh pount man for Newark wuth I6 markers followed by Ron Glover wuth T2 and Chuck Beach wuth CHILLICOTHE Newark assurred themselves of second place un the COL as they defeated the Cavaluers of Chullucothe 54 to 47 un Newark Senuor Hugh gymnasuum on February T8 The Cats and the Cavaluers made the score very close as Chullucothe led by only th ee pounts T2 to 9 early un the quarter and 27 to 25 at the end of the second stanza After Newark took a com mandung lead un the thurd quarter they were never behund although the lead was the second half An eught pount lead 52 to 42 un the last two munutes of play was too much for the Cavaluers to overcome Chuck Monnett was the top scorer for Newark wuth twenty four pounts Ralph Franklun was the only other Newark player to hut the double column as he scored ten pounts DOVER The Newark Wuldcats ended theur suc cessful season wuth a record of thurteen wuns and seven losses un the Dover gym nasuum on a sour note as they were de feated by Dovers Tornadoes 57 to 56 on February 25 After traulung T5 to T0 at the end of the furst quarter thungs seemed to go quute well for the Cats as they led at half tume 35 to 28 and at the end of the thurd stanza 48 to 39 At the muddle of the fourth pe ruod they held a nune pount lead 54 to 45 But from here on un Dover caught fure and passed the Cats up un the funal thurty sec onds The Wuldcats scored only two foul shots un the funal three and one half mun utes Chuck Monnett was agaun the hugh pount man as he tallued T4 pounts He was fol lowed un the scorung column by Bob Stroth er wuth ll Chuck Beach wuth ll and Roh Glover wuth lO A I ' Q . I ' . I I , , - , . I I . I . . . I , I l l. I I ' I I ' ' ' . 4 1 1 , , . , l r ' , , ' first , 1 - 1 D - ' I I for Newark as he Tallled lWemY'f'Ve P0'nl5 cut to two or three points several times in . . - I , , I I , , . . I n I ' . . , ' I ' - ' , , . . . I . , I . ' t I , - I I BASKETBALL Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark SCOREBOARD Columbus West 51 Mt. Vernon 7l Cambridge 42 Zanesville 43 Marietta 4l Coshocton 46 Lancaster Bucyrus Mt Vernon Chulllcothe Dover Cambrndge Zanesvllle Bexley Maruetta Coshoctow Lancaster Marlon Chullncothe Dover DISTRICT Newark Grandvuew BASKETBALL SUMMATION Newark Worthington Newark Delaware Wnllns Newark Columbus East Dlstruct Champnon Columbus East Regnonal Champnon Columbus East For a team that was supposed to end up nn the lower duvusuon of the Central Ohio League standrngs the Newark Hugh School Wnldcats surprused everyone wnth a I2 and 8 record and undnsputed possesslon of second place In the league Zanesvnlle copped the COL tutle Two defeats were at the hands of the Mt Vernon Yellow Jack ets a non league rlval one by the Bexley Llons a team from outer Columbus and one by Columbus West League losses were to Coshocton Dover Marietta and Zanesvulle In the all Important Central Drstruct Class A tournament held IU the Columbus Farr grounds Coluseum the seeded Cats ad vancecl to the semlflnals before belng ousted by the powerful Columbus East Tigers Grandvuew Worthungton and Dela ware all bowed out to the Wnldcats before Newark was defeated by the powerful Tngers of East Hrgh In the postseason honors, Charles Mon nett was placed at a starting forward pos: tlon on the All Central Ohlo League team Honorable mentuon was gnven to Ron Glov er and Charles Beach on the same team Ron Glover and Charles Monnett made sec ond strung on the dlstrlct team Ralph Franklin made honorable mention Seniors graduatlng were Charles Beach Ralph Franklun Donald Brown Robert Strother and sensor manager James Wal on 43 36 70 54 44 . 45 49 ' ' 46 48 33 47 ' 63 47 ' 63 43 45 74 ' 60 49 . 43 75 48 50 ' 48 54 ' ' 47 56 57 75 ' 45 56 ' 42 67 ' ' 47 46 68 State Champion Zanesville .- . . T ' RE ER E BA KETBALL Row l Ted Benson Fred Pryor Richard Henry James Tyrer John Rldella Nelson Hess Nlclc Draglcs Row 2 Harry Lamb Brooke Baker Mr Carlo Robert Jones lee Kennedy Wllllam Mitchell Richard Shuelds M Harlow Ronald Orr This years reserve team should rnake Max Douglas and the student body very happy wnthun the next two years when they wull be tet closed out the season wnth 14 wxns and fave losses 158 Newark Newark Newark Newark Newarlf Newark Newark Newark Nlewark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Columbus West Mt Vernon Cambndge Zanesvulle Marletta Coshocton Lancaster Bucyrus Mt Vernon Chullncothe Dover Carnbrudge Bexley Marietta Coshocton Lancaster Marnon Chlllecothe Dover ' ' 45 59 . . . . . ,M53 ' . . . . 5A ' donning varsity unnforms. The current qunn- Q 33 4 ' ' ss, co ' , 25 53 I 51 . ,W3-1 ' ' 64 39 ' 39 36 . ' 45 33 ao ' 35 ' ' -'il CHGSS From the standpoint of wins, Paul Har' low's cross-country runners had the poorest season in years. Participating in seven meets, they won none ot them. James Burrell was first man on the Newark squad tor two of the meets with times of 12:03 and 11:52.5. James Walton was tirst 'Cat in four meets with times of 11:55, 11:25, 11:32, and 11:59. In the district Walton was twenty-fifth man in COUNTRY Newark dropped meets to Upper Arling- ton twice and to Columbus West, Co- lumbus East, Worthington, and Marietta. Newark took a sixth in the district at the Beacon Light Golf Course with 162 points. Columbus West won the district ahead of seven other schools with 35 points. New- ark's season opened on September 30 and closed on October 30 Row 1 Davud Brooks Jerry Marfm Carl Brooks Bull Davis David zIllSNlQISfQf Joe Cunmngham Row 2 James Walton Rucllard Francis James Burrell William Green Paul Johnson - 1 1 1 1 1 - " 1 I 1 1 - SPEEDBALL Row 'I Rlchard Shields Ronny Orr Jerry Nethers Earl Montgomery Donald Roderick Kenneth Howard Jlm Haynes Rlchard Roth Herman Foster James Spangler Connell Phllllp Stockdale Bull Mutchell Rodney Mcilfresh Ruchard Cash Donald Davls Row 3 Terry Myers Hummel Kelm Theodore Benson Robert Oder Thomas Cochran Rlchard Bowman Robert Stroth or Robert DeMooy Ronnie Glover Donald Brown Doug Basford John Rlddela Mr Douglas Maxwell Kupp Douglass speedball aggre gatnon practiced every evening at Everett Field durnng 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 ll Row 2-Karl Poland, Frank Bell, Larry Butt, Ralph Franklin, Ed McCament, Loyd Davis, .lohn Harlow, Richard Mc- l I ' I I I . I ' ' ' I GOLF The Wlldcat golfers of Max Douglas end ed therr T954 golf season wnth two wnns Three losses and a Tue excluding The wlnnlng of The COL annual Tourney which gave Them an over all record of 3 3l The golfers got off to a slow start they lost T4 to 2 aT Coshocton nn The fnrsT game of the season The NHS lnnksmen losT therr second straughT of The season as They bowed To Zanesvulle by a score of lOV2 to 9V2 In a truangular maTch wuth Lancastel an ChllllcoThe aT Lancaster The Cats wor 9 to 7 from Chnllncothe but lost To The Gale 12 To 7V2 to break even for The match T e Kittens won Thexr first meet of The sea son at Moundbuulders Country Club when they Took a TOVQ to 9V2 declsnon from Zanes vnlle to avenge a prevuous loss by The same score Wxth The furst vuctory rn theur pocket The Cats went on to Take a one slded de clsron from the Redsklns of Coshocton on The Moundbunlders course by a score of l8V2 to lfz The LancasTer Golden Gales handed The Douglasrnen Thelr Thnrd defeat of The season on The Moundbullders course by a 9 to 7 decision The Newark Hugh School Wlldcats de feaTed fnve other hugh school foursomes to wan The COL Tournament held on May T: aT The Zanesvulle Country Club wnth a score of 349 Lancaster was second wath 353 Zanesvulle Thurd 366 Coshocton fourth 367 Manetta flfth 369 and Chnl llcothe defendnng champnons srxth wuTl' 384 Newarks Phul Stockdale fsred an 80 for medalust honors for all the teams Coach M Douglas Drk Wetzel Bob Oder Phl Stockdale Gene Coooe Dan E ans GIRLS, THLETIC COU CIL Janet Hahn Joan Farnham Patricia Corder Mary Ryan Mollre Evans T e responsibility for the conduct of girls Council made up of students The chairman of tnis year s group was Patricia Corder The purpose of the group was to stimulate interest in Intramurals and help with OTTICIBT were Mary Ryan Patricia Corder and Joan Farnham lunior Molly Evans and sophomore Janet Hahn Miss Florence Myer was adviser sports and activities is vested in the Athletic ing and supervising them. Senior members GIRLS, SOF TB LL After a short and hectic season, marked by the usual innumerable interruptions, the girls' softball season approached an end with the teams of Nancy Smith and Donna Neibarger lined up for the championship game. The score in this grand finale was 15 to 4 in favor of Donna Neibarger's aggregation. Rowl Neoma Hun! Nancy Smith Rosemary Malherbe Pat Brookover Barbara Courson Eleanor Baughman linda Row 2 F Myer Bonnie Darkes Janet Hendrickson Pal Corder lmda Koblens Carol Hawkins Donna Nelbarger Dorothy Mike Joan Farnham Carolyn Grady l l 1 Baker, Mary Jane Baughrnan. I I I .3 GIRLS, VOLLEYBALL Row Crawford Row Margaret Row 'I Delores Montgomery Twlla Stafford Linda Koblens Carol Hawkms Pat Corder Emlly Crawford Edith Peggy Harris Joanne Farnham Mrss Myer 2 Mary Jane Rlchey Mary Ryan Edna Mae Robertson Cynthra Whlte Cynthia Richmond Jo Ann Ramsey McGlone Jo Ann Shrvely Naomi Emerson Janice Fulton 3 Carmella Hansforcl Marlorle Lusk Paula Roan Carol Stauffer Nancy Shannon Delcle Myers Mollie Evans Delores Earley Barbara Courson lda Freeman Row 4 Sharron Powell Dr Mrldred Grlham Evelyn Barton ana Cartnal Barbara Church Jo Ann Metcalf Sharon Mount Volleyball was The most popular of sports fo gnrls Thus year The season ended vvnth the sophomores vvnnnung The most points Outstanding players were Barbara Church Paola Roan Mary Jane Rntchey for sopho mores Delcle Myers Marlorue Lusk Mollie Evans For The Iunnors and Pat Corder Joan Farnham Mary Ryan Cynthia Vvhnle, and Bar loara Courson for The sensors Nancy Grove Shirley Agm - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . r 1 I . 1 1 1 1 1 . I . - 1 1 GIRL , KETBALL The basketball season for girls has not der, Mary Ryan, Carol Hawkins, and Cynthia been completed as This book goes To press, White, iuniorsfDelCie Myers and Jean Earley, but at the top of The listings are The follow- sophomoresffSharon Powell, Barbara Church, ing players: seniors-Joan Farnham, Pat Cor- and Sharon Mount. Rowl Delores Montgomery Twlla Stafford Bonme Darkes linda Koblens Carol Hawkins Patrlcna Corder Emnly Crawford Edlth Crawford Peggy Harris Joanne Farnham Mnss Myer Row 2 Mary Ryan Edna Mae Robinson Cynthia White Cynthia Rlchmond 'Vlargaret McGlone Jo Ann Shrvely Naomr Emerson Janice Fulton Row 3 Camella Hansford Marlorle Lusk Carol Stauffer Nancy Shannon Jo Ann Kramer Delcle Myers Molly Evans Jean Earley Barbara Courson Row 4 Sharon Powell Duana Cartnall Nancy Johnson Vlrgmla Ungashuck Geraldme Hayes Betty Bromley Shurley Agln Mildred Gllham Evelyn Barton Row 5 Jo Ann Gage Barbara Church Jo Ann Ramsey Audrey Henry Janet Hahn Jo Ann Metcalf Sharon Mount Nancy Grove Mary Jane Rtchey Ida Reeman Paula Roan 51 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . CALE DAR OF E E T The bug wmd of July 14 1954 snapped the light towers at Whlte Fuelcl luke toothplcks SEPYEMBER Football practlce starts Columbus South 15 to 6 Cats wm second fracas over Columbus West 21 to O Thus was also the unwanted open Ing day of school Openlng Day Revellle Review glven to all students Organuzatlonal meetlng of Senior Class Class offrcers were nommated Junlor class meetrng and nomtnatuon of class offlcers Flrst meetlng of YTeens Nomrnatlon of class offlcers and orgamza tuonal meetlng of sophomore class Flrst cheerleader practlce Student Council meets Practlce game at Canton Newark O Canton McKinley 13 Sclence Club organlzes Flrst assembly featurlng the speaker D R C S Young Mr A B Longs funeral Vtsual Servlce Club organnzes Orgamza tuonal meetung of the Home Economucs Club Furst pep rally followed that evenlng by flrst offncual football game wlth Columbus East We won 14 to 13 Reserve practtce game wuth Arlungton l me out a tue 13 to Thesplans hold frrst meetung Speedball starts Radlo Club organnzes All class offncers elected Organlzatlon of Contemporary History Club Football game wlth Columbus North W won 26 to O Second assembly featurlng Wlmpy he clown Orgamzatuonal meettng of the col lege Club PTA membershup drave French Club or ganlzes 166 By TOM COCHRAN Semors have TB Xrays taken Frrst HnTume raduo program Cross Country team loses fnrst meet to Arlmgton 25 to 30 OCTOBER Frrst COL football game wlth Coshocton We tved 6 to 6 Assembly featurmg Mr Her bert Neefe mathematlcal wuz ar Cats lose second cross coun try meet to Columbus West A to 15 Frrst YTeens meetung Football game with Chllllcothe Newark 20 Cavaluers 7 Sophomore and tumor pictures taken Spanish Club and HIC Club or gamze No school Busmess Educatlon Day Game t Cambrldge post poned Freld flooded Newark won from Cambndge 24 to 13 Orgamzatlon of Newark Roc ket Socuety Assembly featur mg Samuel Werr speakmg on Preventmg World War Ill Cross Country men lose agam Columbus East 15 Newark 59 Sophomore YTeens elect off: cers Farst PTA meetnng Sensors wm first prize for their float In the Home comlng Parade Homecomtng game with Maruetta We won agam 25 to O Carol Hornby was Homecommg queen Assembly featuring Evangellst Ray S Dunn Games with Zanesvllle Newark 13 Zanes vulle 0 Students and faculty come together at one of the many assemblies that spot the calendar throughout the year 30- ' - . , 1i . . 1 ' 4- ' . - a. ' , ' 5-' . 7 . 1 7- ' - ' . 8- ' ' ' . 12- . . . 13- . .A - 14- . ' - ' 15- a ' - 16- ' ts- ' ' - 19- ' . Q - I I . . . . - . - ' -First unofficial football game. We won over 23!,-iomecoming Dance in me gym. I gl V , - 274 . . I m D . , 294 ' ' . , - - ' ' I , r. . T . I . . U T ca ' , 13. A - . A , ' ' T NOVEMBER fAudiometer tests for sophomores. As- sembly featuring Dr. John Porterlield. Pep assembly. Cabinet meeting of Latin Club, No school because of teachers' meete ing. Football game with Dover. We won once more 20 to 6. Advisers of Y-Teens hand resignatiorts to Mr. Boyd because of YWCA. -Herb Koehler elected president of Contemporary History Club. Armistice Day assembly featuring Dr. Frank Brown. No school. Armistice Day. Special Pep rally for championship game with Lancaster. Thespians hold meeting. Newark loses all - important championship game with Lancaster 7 to O. First regular meeting of Latin Club. Eight students attend Ohio State Dis- cussion Conference. Key Club meets. Y-Teens V076 to continue. Mr. Jones presents the sophomore choir. Jerry Weaver looks on. Student Council. Club. Seventy voices of NH sing for Masonic Shrine. -il to 3l. Y-Teens sponsor tions for Christmas assembly. Council pays for Dr. Pressly Christmas vacation begins. l9 Key Club discusses hopes of izing a Hot-Rod Club. 2l Newark defeats Coshocton 52 28'Wilclcats Top Golden Gales of ter -12 to 36. 29 Newark wins over Bucyrus holiday game, 7O to 64. JANUARY 3 School resumes once more. -1 Newark again bows to Mt, 415 YO -1-1. 5 St.clent Council presents first The Pinkies play for the sophomore assembly. bly. Michigan band performs at White Field. College Club addressed by represen- tative from Muskingum. NHS basketball team opens season by losing to Alumni 65 to 63. Thanksgiving vacation means no school till Monday. Wildcats lose 51 to A6 to Columbus West in season opener. Assembly featuring Mr. l2uRoy Sibley from Mt. Polemar, Newark loses basketball game again Mt. Vernon 7l, Newark JO. DECEMBER First Y-Teens meeting held under new advisers. Student Council meets. Wildcats beat Cambridge in first COL game 5.4 to 42. Regional Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y Conference at Ohio University. Debaters go to Columbus, Basketball pep meeting. Wildcats de- feat Blue Devils of Zanesville 55 to 43. . A -.-J ' ' 'I 1' . i , M, ,-.,.....f M' l2-Christmas tree in hall decorated by lo Christmas party by Home Economics S choir l7 Tigers defeat Wildcats at Marietta decora- Student McCoy. organ- to 46. Lancas- lrt l6ST Vernon assem- , 1 v 1 e ' u 4 s Dancers take time out from dancing at the Valentine Twirp Dance to chat l67 Cats down Chullucothe 49 to Newark trums Dover 48 to 33 Debaters place th rd n All Events Tournament at Day ton College Club holds regular meetung John Buelke talks to an unterested assembly on the draft Mr Muller a representatuve of Otterbeun College speaks t College Club meetung Cats defeated by strong Cam brudge team 63 to 47 Newark debaters receuve sec ond place at Sprungfueld Unscheduled assembly features The Return of the Prong horn a m Debaters brung home trophy from Canton McKunley New ark won 6 lost 0 28 Furst semester exams Newark topples Marietta 74 to FEBRUARY Key Clubbers take test YTeens have panel on College u e Assembly featurung Charles Kung Cats defeat Redskuns 49 to 46 Spanush Club organuzes Contemporary Hustory Club dusbands because of lack of unterest Golden Gales bow to Newark 75 to 43 W Honor Socuety Recognutuon As sembly Mauor Norman lmrue of Columbus us speaker Du truct band orchestra and chorus contest here Assembly featurung Schwerke Roehl Duo at 830 am 31 Track clunuc un Columbus APRIL 7 Reverend Davud Forsberg munuster of Chrustuan Educa tuon at Second Presbyteruan Church speaks durung Holy Week chapels 11 Easter vacatuon Accountung Fulm assembly Trackmen meet Upper Arlung ton Matunee Band Concert Band Concert Newark baseball team meets Coshocton Band Concert Bunny Hop Senuor Class assembly Newark trackmen meet Colum bus West Career day for sen uor shorthand classess PTA meetung Newark golf men battle Co shocton at Zanesvulle Dustrub utuve Educatuon Banquet Newark track squad enters the Mansfueld relays Baseball tournament at Lancaster Debate assembly Lancaster and Newark baseball teams play Track squad battles Lancaster Golf team meets Zanesvulle at Ma,-,ana College represe,-ned Mr Carlo dusplays a gruduron cake at the football banquet Coshocton at College Club Newark trups Chullucothe 54 to 47 YTeens dance Sophomore Class assembly Mr F Boyd attends Natuonal Assocuatuon of Secondary School Pruncupals meetung un Atlantuc Cuty No school because of Washungtons burthday Ash Wednesday Cats upset by Tornadoes of Dover 57 to Chuck Monnett placed on COL team MARCH Newark beats Granclvuew un furst tourna ment game 75 to A5 Donald Hoskunson speaks to boys on the fueld of enguneerung Basketball tournament Newark beats Worthungton 56 to 43 Newark debate squad wuns Natuonal Forensuc League Tournament Honor Socuety organuzes Junuor Class as sembly Newark wuns over Delaware un tournament play 67 to A7 Guatamala gurl speaks at Spanush Club wark flls East wuns semu na game un dustruct tournament 68 to 46 Sprung football starts Thespuan play ated superuor un dustrucct The play was Case of the Crushed Petunuas New members unutuated unto YTeens Assembly featurung Shurley Duncan Speaks on two year trup un Australua Measure Senuors for caps and gowns Neal 0'Bruen crowns Queen Georgann Far IO quhar at JunuorSenuor Prom Honor Socuety Banquet Newark trackmen enter Ohuo Wesleyan Relays Double header baseball game wuth Lancaster MAY Dustruct baseball tournament beguns Paul Hrles and Assembly Trackmen meet Upper Arlungton Chorus Concert Track squad enters Muamu Relay at Ox ford Coshocton vs Zanesvulle at Newark un golf game COL Track meet un Newark Assembly featurung Donuhu 830 am Senuor play us Our Town Band festuval at Washungton Court House Dustruct track meet at Delaware COL golf meet at Zanesvulle Track team meets Columbus South COL baseball tournament at Lancaster Junuor Senuor Prom State track funals u Columbus Junuor Hugh track meet Memorual Day No school Senuor Exam start JUNE Sophouno eJunuor exams start Caps and gowns rssued Baccalau eat Senuor practuce at Whute Fueld Senuor Class pucnuc Commencement Last day of school Fuuual recognutuon as sembly l OO p m ' A ' ' 5 24- ' ' ' - 46. - ' I ' 5 1 1 'di 26- ls ' , I . , 28- ' L - - , ' 30- - ' ' 7 Q ' . . l I , . 4- g ' I I a ' ' ' ' . 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' I I - - 1 , . . 7 I ' Schenk's Jewelry I , . - V I , , I ' I , Penney J C The Pfeffer George Clothrer Puckrell Dance Studlos Plarnes Clothlng Pound s Florasts Pryors Sunoco Servrce Ranknn Rankln Inc Ruchardson s Rnchardson s Glass Servuce Rnley Bakery Robison T G Rockwell Sprung and Axle Company Roe Emerson Store The Sawyer s Market Sears Roebuck and Company Sergeants Shraft Fashion Smlth Dry Cleaning Company Star Market Star Tailors Stewart Bros 81 Alward Co Superuor Auto Parts 81 Machrne Vogelmeler Helen Vogelmeuer Phrl Warden Hotel Westnnghouse Whrte s Studio Wlldmans Wulma s Wlmer s Appluances Wolfe Tnre Servuce Yellow Cab Company Co CONGRATULATICNS TO THE CLASS of1955 Your Fcsvorife Store of Qualify cmd Dependolbilify 9 II mit III I I nc IIII IIII I I IIII D Ashcroft Mochlne 81 'I L II III Supply Co 57 7IIIIUI S It I3 In U I I 3 I I I FIX I IIIIII rs II X111 4 :sun Km I INUII Kms Xncc Km 4 umm X It x ll III III I IJ ll II II D Ixum Ix ltll C In IL Sur X ills N mx H melt III IIII mm I ,, XII FXLI IIINC IXIJUS1 RIM SUPPI II S 77 EMERSON The Young Mens Store In Sllflr ,B CIQHQQS In Polzr I1 l SI' If I1 Spur! , L1 9 FOI' 5 r I 69 for Dress for Every Occoslon EMERSON Clothes The ROE EMERSON Store Iuluc Smurf COIIITKSU Snug ISS. 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C' 4 A CENTRAL SCOREBOARD 1954 1955 Central C t al Centr I Cent al Central Central C t al Cent al Cent al Central Cent al Central NEWARK JUNIOR H C tal Central Cent al Central Central Won I6 lost 2 SEASON RECORD Alumn W Iso Roosevelt IOTI lm I S F n Roosevelt IO T I I. ncoln St Franc W lson Roose elt St F anc s Lincoln IGH INVITATION TOURNAMENT l ncoln W lson Chlll cothe Va s ty All Sta Faculty X 1 IL wks must nmrlf IH 111 jllllflllll slmz film FF' I ll I1 HDL lil SIIOPP ILSI IUOlx ICC KING S l lrzrn llf S JH mn I H1 11 UU C1111 nwmmllll-PAP gp, smut THF IIOXIF Ol' IEEFITFH XTIILITTIC GOODS 44 i 32 5 , 1 - en r 47 I n 28 A 7 ' ' T 'NEQ a 45 . . 44 'A V I' Ill" 1- f 39 ' fo H 21 ' - 'lf 41 f. 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LIVE IN THE FUTURE 1 I FOOTBALL SUMMATION It was a hughly successful season for Joe Carlo s grldders who surprised every one but Themselves wlth a record of seven wlns one 'rue and one loss The one defeat carne In the last game of the year at the hands of Lancaster 7 to O Both teams had been undefeated up untrl this tnme and tle Central Ohlo League Champlonshap was at stake me 1 ll r III lIlN fury, INUII In lrmll r no cl 1 r u 3 lnrnlt mx X um v snnrntt I 1 x s It r alt lf 'XIIII s :cr lft N lr fl ltlllllfil L cm tu Holmcl Jn t Dm -Xrnnr nl L n lr 1 s clc rlnlx :nt I4 Ant H1 n u fm nt S r 1 x x r um s Frm n 7 ml ll 1 K I mlzplznu nts S S KRESGE CO SPORT STYLE SUITS Vulxr Inursf lj Dr: ss 11111 Ulm: fu TI-I . U! XII -l, juan Iilrim- HT. llll. Iifi Xrcl ', IJ: alll 86 Xr- .I f, Alulm All' S36 Xrr -n , Ilulwrt lingvm- TTS I I , Larry HU I Nutz lit- 82 Ml 'Q ', IJ! Ill .Ia 'I' llll, fill. IOL' .'l 'A Q, ,a rr' , H2 . , fl 'L l. It litlt . 623 fl '1-. 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" ' ' "wry 1 I A - -fl 'Wifi .1 llfz fig THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Congratulations to the Class of T955 CURRAN MOTOR CO COCHRAN MOTOR SALES Olds Cadillac Dodge Plymouth CHARLES WOW RUPLE MOTORS RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Chrysler Plymouth Studebaker Packard FRANKL ELLIOTT MOTORS INC WALKER BATTAT MOTORS HADOCY PONTIAC INC PITTS LINCOLN MERCURY INC Pontiac Llncoln Mercury COOPERRIDER CHEVROLET MORIIXI BUICK INC Chevrolet Buick DeSoto - Plymouth Ford Many post season honors were handed out to a team wuthout any nndlvndualusts All Ohso honors went of Darwin Watson Lee Klein and Charles Beach Watson was named to a fnrst team berth at end Klenn to a first team guard posltlon and Beach to a thnrd team quarterback b rth All three of these boys were to play rn the annual North South All Star game held ID the summer Darwln Watson was named to the All Amerlcan All Hugh School team from which only 78 boys are plcked from 36 states and Hawan This was the first tnme that such an honor hao been glven to a Newark player Cen tral Ohio League berths were held by Darwin Watson Lee Kleln and Charles Beach at thenr respectrve posutuons Don McVey Jack Welsant Terry Powell and John Clemungs receuved honorable men tion on this same team B urcl B llc r B ulcer B lkr r li llu r li lla r B ilu r It :lu r B :lu r l' lflf nc n Ch zrlm s lose pll Broolu X mu 'Nm llla Rlclx nrcl W llll lm B llCllTll., Rcmgf r 'P 7 K I 7 C on mtulalzons ass II J: HANLIN S MARKET 3 u F1LXllll'5fItfL Our Sincere Congrcttulotlons to the CLASS OF 55 1 1 nn Il mn 0 1 I srlmnl frm num tl fmnzrlutzfms lrurl ln ilu sr pus! mms In sr u or 1111 11 rtzmr n lurzlfluz and maui Illfllllllfl smrrss In ussurrfl Sf EWKR1 Al:.5gl?DC NIE ARCADE KUNIUN BLIIIZK Nl-ZWAIIKU wnhm coon ILHXIILIRI IS xcn rxPExslxE . . .. 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V IFA ' v ' ' 2' w D ' rwf ju' C ll ' ' 0 wusl-HNG HEALTH HAPPINESS OH SUCCESS CLASS of 1955 YOITI GRAY TOP CAB LINE FA 2 2221 FA 2 2411 A ywhere Any? me cl To f Service with Safety n i On November 23 In the YMCA ban quet room the yearly football banquet was held Speakers for the evening an fluded P B Edwards superintendent of schools Head Coach Joe Carlo Jnm Blnne and Don Swartz the last two being for mer Newark stars who played college football at Muskungum and Ohio State respectlvely Small Individual awards were handed out to Fred Taylor most umproved sensor Darfvzn Watson and Lee Klein defensfve llnemen Terry Powell best otfenssve lineman Charles Beach best offensuve back and Carl Reed best defensnve back f Xklll C on mtulafmn In ilu S ELLIOTT S umm Hour B nllmg r Ru me rt no u no X 1 1 r n s mc Il s XI rx Luc B xrhr r I3 lrlu r I5 lflxi r B lrm S B rrrr tt li lrrr tt li nrrlc lx B lrrnlx li lrtur li nrton n rlrl D n lr Ch lrluttr In C ar xx s I 1 vx rrrx X11 rs l clvl un 1 L, 1 X Ho rdwo re Store '7 last Xl lll St 73 1 77 estXl XL C ng: rtul ms 1 OU XLI IX lUl1XllUlE CARLILE S Furniture ond Rugs hr uznlt s Dr pr nzlulzlr 1101111 Irzmslzrrs l xx uk - - X ' I f,l,gXS.' 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I N, , Varstty letters were presented to Cnarles Beach Charles Monnett Carl Reed John Clennrngs Jack Wetsant Larry Swtclc VlfIllI6I'Yl Duttee Don McVey Thomas Teuscher Ttrn Rehbeck Fred Taylor Allen Lane Terry Powell Rlchard Love Lee lfletn Darvttn Watson Ray Mll ler Douglas Grandstatt R1chard Henry and managers Trent Ralston and Curt Roberts lil 1 X Ulll 1 IN UI s ll 4 L 1 37 lLlI 11g Ill II L 1rt111 N 111 IINIII 111 1 l x ul 1rms 1' L L l1 X111 IIXN 4 111 ll B11111111 lx11111 1 J PII 1 1111111 1 I Il 1 Tb l 3 1 7 'IJ 7 4 7 C1111 111l11lf1I1r111s llss 0 MARKET THE NEWARK TELEPHCDNE COMPANY A Home Instltutlon 1 1111111 1 I Ill It Il ll Ulllll 11111 lmrllllf IU 511111 xx Ill HIINIIII sg f X l 1 'V I 1 l ' ' U , 1 I4 Baum- llll, Xl -l 111 .Nl fl Ill' f JJ ll11Sl' ' . U1 lI2lilN HS, Ill, lf'll llz l' 'cl, Xl111'1r11'im- Ill l'lz1'l'1. 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Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

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Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

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Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

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Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

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Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

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