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'. - K Z S U11 X1 SHDPPING C ENTER' ll HID: h FREE PARKING FUR 1000 CARS EX LIBRI Aurora Boreauis T aken by Michael 0'Brien bn 1957 ,Q The Reveiue taff of 195 S Row I-Suellen Leckrone, Judith Class, Marie McCarran, Carolyn Lonzo, Linda Loar, Janet Leek. Row 2-Thomas Voris, Gary McLaughlin, John Ankele, Connie Porter, Thomas Heisey, Leonard Wooles, Jack Shumaker, Donna Buckey, Kay Swart, Bruce Wood, Harry Lytle, Thomas Tucker, Presents D D D qw Reveiue NEWARK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Editor Business Manager Donald Thomas Voris June Yvonne Winlcelman Volume 48 BUSINESS STAFF 3 Upper Panel, Row 'I-.ludy Class, Marie McCartan, Jo Ann Mc- Cleary, Leanne Lucas, Dixie Myers, Gretchen Rader, Sandy Ford, Barb Drumm, Iris Romine. Row 2-Roberta Buckey, Betty Elk, Carole Chaney, June Win- kelman, Ann Trexel, Marla Cline, Martha Cline, Linda Crowley, Bonnie Glass, Nancy Farquhar, Wiletta Ackers, Kay Ratliff, Carolyn Parker. lower Panel, Seated-Judy Homes, Carol Fox, Nixie Dowling, Susie Cree, Shiriey Fulton, Marilyn Boyling, Judy Mormon. Standing-Janet Stauffer, Mary Alice Clayton, .lanet Baker, Janie Steiner, Judy Johns, Beth Ann Belter, Sherry Jones. PATRON STAFF Upper Panel, Row I-Linda Loar, Betsy Oder, Vicky Carver, Gretchen Rader, Judy Cartnal, Eleanor Scaffide, Dixie Myers, Marie McCartan, Linda Crowley, Susan Everett. Row 2-Sue McDonald, Bonnie Egnew, Nancy Farquhar, Mary Hoffer, Carolyn Halbert, Carol Maddux, Barbara Hunter, Marla Cline, Martha Cline, Suellen Leckrone, Judy Class. lower Panel-Mr. Stoeckmann, Willeta Ackers, June Winkel- man, Beth Ann Belter, Sandy Ford, Sandra Strouse, Mary Twinem, Susan Scott, Judy Schenk, Gwen Thropp, Nixie Dowling, Janet Stauffer, Suellen Sutphen, Joan Salmon, Connie Strouse, Trudy Stevens, Carol Whitis, Suzanne Deming, Carolyn Parker, Charlotte Miller, Ed Culp, Patsy Zeseiger, Janet Lawrence. - D ROOM AGENTS Upper Panel, Row I-Connie Stricker, Theresa Wagner, Diana Kem, Edris Adams, Larry Stickle, Jack Anderson, Bill Phillips. Row 2-Linda Sipes, Linda Hornung, Barbara Drumm, Karen An- derson, linda Buckey, Pat Montanaro, Jo Ellen Klein, Sandy Birkey, Peggy Packham, Eddie Culp, Gary Foote, Ronnie Boylan, Jim English, Bill Reynolds, Keith Irwin, Frank Queen. Row 3-Tom Brumage, Terry Myers, Jerry Colterman, Dave Stauffer, Jim Young. 6 Lower Panel, Row 'I-Judy Ritchey, Diana Jacobs, Janet Cline, Emilie Neff, Connie Miller, Melinda Rocleey, Frances Gaskella, Mr. Stoeckmann. Row 2-Susan Toler, Sandra Bonham, Julie Goodwin, Molly Mclaughlin, Nancy Dyer, Sandy Leslie, Brent Conaway, Judy Duncan, Alice Factor, Danny Davis, Joe Goss, Dave Gelfer, Steve McNally, Bill Millbrandlt. Editorial Leonard Wooles . v ,.,............,... Associate Editor Janet Leek AA,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..........,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Art Editor Phil Vaughn, Connie Porter oo,....................ooo,. Artists Bruce Wood ,,o,,............,,ooooof....... Photography Editor Goeffrey Leister rr,.....,,..........V.,,,,,,,,,...,... Photographer Evelyn Bodoh, Linda Loar, Marie McCartan ,,rrrrrrrrr.r,......,......r.........W.r,rrr. Typists John Ankele, Suelle Kay Ratliff Carolyn Parker Becky Brodt Joanne McCleary Leann Lucas Joan Salmon Linda Loar Roberta Buckey Betty Lou Elk Barbara Drumm Wiletta Ackers Sandy Ford Beth Ann Belter Judy John Linda Loar Nancy F arquhar Sue Farnham Susie Scott Mary Twinem Marla Cline Martha Cline Linda Crowley Sandra Ford Beth Ann Belter Ed Culp Betsy Oder Dixie Myers Gretchen Rader Barbara Hunter Janet Stauffer Jayne Steiner 104 Edris Adams John Anderson 105 Sandy Bonham Tom Brumage 106 Linda Buckey Jerry Cottemian 107 Judy Duncan Ed Culp 110 Alyce Factor Jim English 111 Julie Ann Goodwin Joe Goss 201 Jo Ellen Klein Larry Jones 202 Sandra Leslie John Lowery Connie Stricker Barbara Braddock Diane Blakely Vicky Carver Judy Cartnal Joyce Lawrence Diana Patterson Carolyn Holbert Mary Hoffer Lynn Oxley Gail Boyer Margie Thompson Barbara Tucker Trudy Stevens Carol Whitis Judy Schenk Saundra Strouse 204 205 206 207 2 10 213 306 300 Home Room Molly McLaughlin William Millbrandt Patricia Montanaro Terry Myers Peggy Packh-am Edward Pryor Judith Ritchey Franklin Queen Linda Lou Sipes Douglas Stauffer Teresa Wagner Tom Weimer James Daniel Young Sheila Ann Williams Jack Anderson Sandy Birkey Stott Judy Class, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.......,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l Club Editor Harry Lytle and Carolyn Lonzo e.,lee.. Index Editors Jack Shumaker and Thomas Heisey..Sports Editors Bruce Wood, ..-,.,,-,,eeeeee..............eeee,eeee Calendar Editor Donna Buckey ,,,l......VV,, Kay Swart ,........,,, Leckrone, Thomas Tucker and Gary McLaughlin, ,eee 7, BUSINESS STAFF Dixie Lee Myers, Assistant Business Manager Mary Alice Clayton Judy Hughes Bobbi N utter Shirley Fulton Carol Boyling Sharry Jones Marilyn Boylin g Judy Moorman Linda Martin Judy Allen Ann Trexel Gracie Allen Judy Humes Judith Baumgardner Janet Baker Iris Bomine Jayne Steiner Wava Robinson Mary Lou Piper Linda VVoolard Janet Stauffer Carol Chaney Gwen Thrapp Karen Anderson Martha Cline Elizabeth Dowling Marla Cline Barbara Brown Patrons Stott Suellen Sutphen Charlotte Miller Barb Drumm Sue McDonald Susie Cree Carole Fox Margie Basford Linda Martin Kay Ratliff Iris Romine Carolyn Parker Susan Everett Mary Ann Enich Bonnie Egnew Carol Maddux Eleanor Scaffide Marilyn Crebs 302 303 304 309 311 313 314 Agents 301 Janet Cline James Church Dan Davis Nancy Dyer Frances Gaskclla Dave Gelfer Diana Jacobs Keith Irwin Steve McNally Diana Kern Connie Miller William Phillips Larry Urban Mary Twinem Melynda Rockey NVilliam H. Reynolds Senior Class Editor Cddddddddlnderclzissmen Editor Staff Janet Cunningham Connie Strouse Judy Class Marie McCartan Gretchen Bader Susan Toler Donna Buckey Bonnie Glass Carol Buchanan Sue Farnham Nancy Farquhar Tom Swank Susie Cree Carol Fox Suzanne Deming Brenda Cantlon Patricia Zesiger Stella Darkes Connie Strouse Terry Frame Marie McCartan Patti Eis Leann Lucas Marianne Crist Joan Salmon June VVinkelman Willetta Ackers Betty Lou Elk Elizabeth Dowling Barbara Brown Judy Class Gwen Thrapp 315 Connie Stricker James Smith 400 Karen Anderson Ronald Boylan 401 Brent Conaway Connie Collins 402 Barbara Drumm Gary Foote 403 Linda Hornung Robert Laird 405 James Reid Emilie Neff 406 Susan Toler Larry Sticklc . 7 'X ....,: 1 i Picture by Geoffrey Leister David Lee Smith peers heavenward in recognition of the International Geophysical Year. 0108 lfU0lf' In recognition of the International Geophys- ical Year, the Reveille Annual Staff takes pleasure in presenting this year's book, using as its theme that momentous scientific event. The staff hopes that the yearbook will fulfill all the qualifications expected of it by students and other readers. The Reveille staff Wishes to thank the Sci- ence Club for its help in arranging for the pic- tures on the division pages. 0' if l ,lecflfcalfion l : + -rr z The Reveille Annual Staff takes great pleasure in dedicating this volume to Thomas B. Southard, Superintendent of the Newark Public Schools. 1 1 1 1- lable Miss FLORENCE EDNA BOYD retired from the Newark High School in June of 1957. She began her teaching in the Newark elementary schools in 1914 but came to the high school in September of 1986. While here she taught history. MR. FLORN WVASHBURN SMITH began teaching at the Newark Senior High School in September of 1918. Here he taught chemistry, biology, and mathematics. Mr. Smith retired in june of 1957. MR. 1'IARRY CHANIBERS ST. CLAIR began his teaching career in Muskingum County in 1905. He came to the Newark Senior High School in September of 1941. From the autumn of 1944 until the re- turn of Mr. Lester B. Cox during the school year of 1945-1946 Mr. St. Clair served as principal of Central junior High School. He re- turned to the high school and taught commercial subjects until his retirement in june of 1957. At present Mr. St. Clair is serving as school treasurer. He is in his office each morning during the school week. 12 ,f I k.,., Cs' v Kiln emnrrzim Two boys, missed very much by their families and friends, lost their lives in automobile accidents. No person can take their places. EVAN W. HOFFER On May 18, 1957, Evan W. Hoffer, a member of the sophomore class, , met with a tragic death on the curving road north of the Waterworks bridge near Hornis Hill. The car in which he was riding turned end over end. ,gg Evan had attended a drive-in theater with his brother Terry and a friend, john Wiley, driver of the car. They had decided to go out the road to see a former residence of one of the boys where the accident occurred. Evan was thrown from the car as was Wiley. However, neither Wiley nor Terry Hoffer A were injured. Evan died of crushed lungs and a skull fracture. if " -I i i iz, . Q 3 if 'f ' ' ' :I5'.' , , T T .,.., L ' A ..,,,s:i1: lb X --ii.:,:::4a:5:z:5:: .-as .1 . ,- M:- t, 1 . j .,., ,., ,, I . Evan was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hoffer and resided at 12 Kreig Street. He was an excllent student. He attended Newark Township School and Roosevelt junior High School before coming to Newark High. CHARLES DAVID RILEY Around 7:30 in the morning of Saturday, june 29, 1957, Charles David Riley was fatally injured in an automobile accident on Route 18 north of St. Louisville at the south end of Coadis Curve. He died in Newark City Hospital at 10:30 while undergoing surgery to correct internal injuries received in the mishap. Riley and two companions were heading home from a fishing trip when they collided head-on with a north-bound tractor which was not pulling a trailer. According to the driver of the tractor, Riley, who was driving the car, came across the center line of the highway as he was approaching the curve. The auto left a skid mark on the highway for a distance of approximately 90 feet on the east side of the center line prior to the impact. Cary Williams and Ronald Francis, Rileyis companions, were hospital- ized for injuries and lacerations. Riley had been a member of the sophomore class during the school year 1956-57. ,xgcfminid fra Ifion Picture by Bruce NV00d Richard Hoback Watches Mr. Steinberger point to the cosmos. BOARD OF EDUCATION STACY CONRAD RODERIC JONES President I J! Vice President , ' 1 DR. JOHN L. CHYNOWETH CLAYTON A. SMUCKER ROBERT vv, WORTMAN THELMA HOLCOMBE Clerk FORREST L. MORAN Director of Instruction B.S. in Ed., Muskingum College M.A., The Ohio State University RAY C. DETHY Director of Business Affairs B.S., The Ohio State University MARTIN J. DEAN Director of Pupil Services and Special Education B.A., Michigan State College M.A., Michigan State College PAUL B. EDWARDS Director of Research B.S., The Ohio State University M.A., The Ohio State University EARL WILLIAM HARMER, JR. RICHARD H, COTTRELL NANCY PEARCE BARRICK Supervisor Secondary Education Supervisor Elememar - , , - - V Educahon S h d H ar Th st B'A" University of Utah B.S. in Ed., Ohio Northern University peegAanOhioe Ulgeersiijapl M.S., University of Utah M' Ed., Ohio University ' " Ph.D., The Ohio State University MARY GRUBAUGH MARGARET PYLE ROBERT W. CASH, JR. Visiting Teacher and Visitng Teacher and Speech and Hearing Therapist School Social Worker School Social Worker B.A., Denison University Ph.B-, D6f1iS0f1 University B.S., Denison University M.A., University of iowa DUANE DAWLEY School Psychologist RUTH GARDNER WALTER DEWEESE B.S., Ohio University School Nurse 5UPel'lnTen0lem Of 5Ulldi"'95 M. Ed., Ohio University PLN., Newark City Hospital 18 LOIS HOLCOMBE RUTH LANDIS Assistant Clerk-Treasurer to the Board of Education TH ELMA HAN ES Secretary to the Superintendent PU"Ch3Si1'19 Clefk MARILYN BODQH MARY LOU PETREY AUDRENL PETTIT N. . 5 1 f 1-h Secretary to t e Director of Secretary to the Director of Instruction Diredofcli: agzshlss affairs Special Education and Pupil Services HARRY MCGAUGHY HARRY FISH DAN LANDRUM Custodian, first shift CUSTQOUGD, 5'-?C0nd Shifi Custodian of Gymnasium 19 FREW C. BOYD Principal A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., The Ohio State University GEORGE STOECKMANN Vice-Principal A.B., Denison University Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary M.A., The Ohio State University Biology NINA KECKLEY A. B., Hiram College: M. A., University of Michigan: Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra. VIRGIL ASHCRAFT B.S., The Ohio State University: A.B., The Ohio State University: Chemistry. wwf V' SDN'-. .' ,:., X Q : 5 E 'WN -www ff' 0 , VW sg I.. Q e 1 , X WV 53. wht' VW A S. -' ' "" " 1? . V a' f f 1 --"' 23:55 WILBUR POWERS A.B., Denison University, M.A., University of Mich- igan: Geometry, Trigonometry. MAXWELL K. DOUGLAS A.B., Denison University: Biology, Director of New- ark Branch of OSU. EDWARD STRADLEY B.S., Muskingum College: Practical Mathematics, Economic Geography, Shop Mathematics. FRANK PILCHER III B.S. in Biology, Davidson College, B.S. in Educ., The Ohio State University: Biology, Practical Sci- SYICE. DONALD BUDD B. S. in Ed., The Ohio State University, M. Ed., The Ohio State University: Plane Geometry, Advanced Algebra. MONA CARLO B.A., Baldwin-Wallace: Physical Education. P. G. STEINBERGER B.S. Denison University: Physics, Practical Science. FLORENCE MYER B.S., Michigan State Normal College: M. A., Co- lumbia University: Physical Education. 5 f r XSL -5-?f-::5:? , " T'-,Y we W 9 Gow Q: X 2 3 s W ,. iw .. za mx E' Q T ff ,X QR 'V Wk at 4 'P 9 'TY Q Y: .a.n.z.-we , tw SQ vi xi weigh E at .M Q A. B., Muskingum College: Physical Education, f l Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach. V75 f I lil Q' "" 1 ,--.-. ' V IRVING s. MCPHAII. tg., Q 1- B. Mus., Baldwin-Wallace: Orchestra. 5 ' WILLIAM H. MARTIN R B. S, Ed., Ohio University: M.F.A., Ohio University: ' Art. I I.. Z1 P f 13? "EQ: , : fi is GORDON R. KI NG: RY ii uzqqzzz A.B., Denison University: M.A., The Ohio State University: English, Ancient History, Annual, Jour- gii-, " 1,1 - 'z' nalism. , If 1, ""- HELEN P. DORN B.S., Western Reserve University, M.A., Miami University: Librarian. HELEN WILLIAMS A.B., Denison University: M.A., The Ohio State University: English. NIYRON PEARCE B.S., ohio university, M. Ed., ohio university. Band, Supervisor of Music. . . , , ,. ' . 4 . fe V GRACE RYDER A.B., Muskingum College, M.A., The Ohio State ,D .AVA A Furla, ,yy ,I , University: English. A fl' -fl. - ,H 'Qc f,l"'- 'fl :...uuH:.:-. , IL WAYNE THOMAS r jg: B.S. in Ed., Muskingum College: Choir and Glee lnull .A V Club, History of Music. ..-' f "::l . '---- , " ' , .,, ,.,:-:. .:.. , . 1 -2 -3 - ,.: :.- , :., ,,,:, 35- Q-gag-ww . .. ,.... .- -,- . f. in 'HA' 35 B.A., The Ohio State University: English ,I M23 23 Q" "T ' b'i5"W" " t-:.":,Q 5 ' I+ x - ...,,.1,3a -. esf,4fv3'gw F ' ' W5 - : A 1 .. ' "" N Q X 'T 4 . 'L We is., , . M Q f, Q Ei , , s X fi af Q 1 2.1 3. 5 . . .V , , . 4 ,-1: : MILDRED HEINRICHS A.B., Wittenberg College: English. PAULINE McCREARY A.B, Denison University, University: Latin. M.A., The Ohio State S I AMY EDWARDS A.B., Denison University, M.A., The Ohio State ,t University: English. QRW' 5 . .L ,,',. . .31 ,... 1 ,., -. Q -:SQ fr 1'1 - fu f W ANNE RODGERS td ' . ' '- - ,Q .,.' ' ' . A.B., Denison University, M.A., The Ohio State E' 2 . . . . if f s Q 0 fstsi University: Spanish, French, Latin. A ' " I 24 PAUL HARLOW A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University: English, Track Coach, Athletic Director. INGEBORG RODEMANN B.S., M.S., University of Tennessee, M.A., Uni- versity of Ilinois: German, History. ROBERT C. HUGHES B.S., The Ohio State University: Englisn, Speech, Dramatics, Radio. JEANNETTE HENDERSON B.S. in Home Economics Economics. T. EDWYN DICKERSON A.B., Denison University, M.A., The Ohio State University, LL.B., Franklin University, Member of Ohio State Bar: English, Economics, Debate. ANNE HENDERSHOTT B.S. in Home Economics, Home Economics. , Ohio University: Home The Ohio State University: 'Sw' 95 Q? H., ,. g ' JEAN BROWNE B.S. in Home Economics, Cornell University: Home '- ' Economics. . ,x:-- Q5 as ,. V .P 1' RUTH PERRY ":" 'i f B.Ph,, Denison University: American History, Civics. - 2 Mr JACK R. HALE ,zv B.S., The Ohio State University, M.A., The Ohio State University: Economics. ' Qs A' -A iz' - , W Q5 1.,,r HAROLD K. PRUGH A.B., Muskingum College: World History, Physical 'WWW' ' ic is as Q me 3 Q 4 if Q KXQW x it it ei. ....sxg.,, . .at , .,.. ... , X SQ ,w-.rw-' K b ,S ,S K FLEETA DICKERSON B.S., University of Minnesota, M.A., The Ohio State University: History. WALTER DAVIDSON FRANCES KELEHER B.A., Denison University: American History. B.A., Muskingum College, M. Ed., Bowling Green State University: Civics, History. JOSEPH CARLO SUE CLEARY B.A., Denison University: World History, English. A.B., Baldwin-Wallace, M.A., Western Reserve University: History, Physical Education, Head Foot- ball Coach. CHARLES A. ECKERT B.S., The Ohio State University, M.A., The Ohio State University, Supervisor of Industrial Arts, Sheet Metal, Printing. In -1f:Z 22241 tz, A Y, M -l-' 'i" . f 'Q Q " ' si ws ii t t A w. .gv I - 5 : -ng. V- QM, A 1 x'Q X .L K., .... Y 2. ...., g 2, 4,12 4 Q E, -135 1 .. . sf Q . , 5 - ' -1 Y' 2. gif SQ N, Q Q A ago? 9 M 2 wg? ' A 9 W 1-. fs YZFQTS' ROBERT DEAFENBAUGH ' B.S., The ohio stare University, M.A., The ohio r -ya, Cs. , - 4255 3 3- ,. ,-::. .,-. Q- -, . L if - 2212: 15:2 E". " - '.:-ti: 3 ..,... . .J 33 f Q if 29 sv gs my g MP s .V . :,:, a ,sz ,-f as Q-ff. 'Q , fl 252 1... :. A v 1 M, , . , .-1.-:ees-..:,-:t ,. 4. HAROLD OATMAN Vocational Machine Shop. State University: Woodworking. LOUADA M. MORGAN A.B., Muskingum College, M.A., The Ohio State University: Stenography, Typewriting, Psychology. BERNARD NYE B.S., The Ohio -State University, M. Sc., Bowling Green State University: Cooperative Retailing, Retail Selling, Commercial Law. B.S., Wilmington College, M. Ecl., The Ohio State University: Salesmanship, Bookkeeping Xl, Sociol- Rossnr Rose - B.S., The Ohio State University, M. Ed., The Ohio State University: Drafting. -Q llll We" EE? i1:"' .,... J- 5- MCC'-EARY Q. 26 ROBERT CASH B.S., Indiana Tea.chers College: Automotive and Aircraft Mechanics, Drivers' Education. LETHA HEADLEE B. S., The Ohio State University, M. A., The Ohio State University: Office Practice, Office Machines, Stenography, Typewriting. 1 0' V., A X P 9- 2 S 47 6 5 e e Q 4 4 ZQQA s kg W Q '56 Sn V' v v. X DORIS M. OLPP B. A., The Ohio State University: BS. in Bus. Admin., Bliss College: Bookkeeping. MARY E. BARNES Chief Clerk. EDITH PARSONS B. S., The Ohio State University: A.B., The Ohio State University: Stenography, Typewriting. 2 I z 1 Dol.oREs GENTRY ::"'l A Secretary to Principal lFirst semester onlyl ' ' we 52? . .ie 1. if W 'S' ll by in as 9 WK MARILYN 0. ALSPACH B.S. in Educ., The Ohio State University: Typing and Office Machines. " R sem! DEAN "' Secretary to Principal ll H. C. ST. CLAIR A.B., The Ohio State University: School Treasurer. Ex .. We T ,.:.,..,.. T ff-Y... 1 is DQROTHY GOMERDINGER Q. - is ex Secretary to Principal lSecond semester onlyj I 8lfLlf0l"5 Picture by Bruce Wood Betty Goddard, Tom Voris, and Barbara McKim read science literature Awards and Scholarships At the annual commencement, held on June 7, 1957, in the high school auditorium, the following awards and scholarships were announced The Charles L. Haslop Memorial Scholar- ship-Theodore Ivar Benson The William E. and Annie S. Miller English Prize-Alice Estelle Danford The French Prize-Judith Charlotte Pierson The Harvard History Prize - Paul David Wilkin The Harvard Cup-Michael Bruce Claggett The Newark Bina Birith Cood Citizenship Award-Tom Manford Cowles Reese Debate Award - Susan Haas Coelho Leland Baxter Ir- Award in Journalism - James B. Spangler The Florence M. King Trophy in Dramatics -Susan Haas Coelho The Soroptimist Club Award- Sylvia Jane Award in Commerce-Audrey Lee Henry Coyle National Forensic League Award - - - The Beta Delta Chapter of Delta Carry Forest Cochenour, Susan Haas Coelho, Carry Allan Dudgeon Licking County Medical Society C3300 scholarship in nursingj-Vir- ginia Florence Berger Scholarship to Wittenberg College Ctotal value over four-year period, 82,525 Q --Alice Estelle Danford Northwestern University CS900l - Loyd Evan Davis The Roger Sedgwick Award in Basketball- Iames Efflo Tyrer The Lloyd C. Millisor Memorial Trophy- James Efflo Tyrer The Annual Pilot Scholastic Award-Miriam Kuster Appointments to West Point - Harlan Lee Kennedy, james Frederick Pryor 30 Kappa Camma Future Teacher Award Scholarship - Frieda Irene Heid Perfect Crades-Joseph Brooke Bak- er, Ioyce Sue Burden, Alice Estelle Danford The Theodore Boosevelt History Prize-Susan Haas Coelho National Merit Scholarship - Ioseph Brooke Baker Scholarship to Ashland College C5100 re- newable?-David Paul Wilkin Ohio Congress of PTA C8200 a year for two years D -Joyce Sue Burden Vassar College-Susan Haas Coelho Bowling Creen State University Honor Scholarship-Joyce Sue Burden, Judith Sue Pierson A enior 676455 Ummm X . RQGER BALDING I PENNEY KENNEDY president Vice President PHILIP MILLER JANE KIRK Treasurer Secrefary Ackers, Wiletta Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ackers: She is wise who talks but little. Sputtering Sputnik: Long have I cherished the thought, but never would l dare reveal it. "Billie" was in Business Staff '58, Chorus '56, '57, College Club '58, Patron Staff '58, Room Agent '56, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, The Cup and Chaucer Club '58, G.A,A. '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '53, Girls' Base ball '58. Acton, Geraldine Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Acton: Be silent and safe. Sputtering Sputnik: What l want and don't have, and what I have and don't want. "Gerry" was in Chorus '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58,, Girls' Volleyball '58. Aslaell, Robert Leonard Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Asbell: Friendship is the disinterested commerce be- tween equals. Sputtering Sputnik: O why do I have to move to New Orleans? "Bob" was in College Club '58, Hi-Y '56, '57 '58, president '57, 58, Room Agent '57, Science Club '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teen Play '58, Hi-Y Youth in Government, delegate '57, Hi-Y Officers Training Camp '57, Audio Visual Service Club '56, '57, '58, secretary '57. Ashcraft, Larry Glenn , Son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ashcraft: Fretting cares make grey hairs. Sputtering Sputnik: Guys who don't think Chev 6's are hot. lHi Ray and Bobl. "Ash" was in College Club '56, '57, '58, Golf '57, '58, Hi-Y '56, '57, '58, treasurer '57, secretary '58: Mathematics Club '58, Attended Hi-Y Youth in Government 57, Cup and Chaucer Anderson, Karen Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson: A Sunny disposition is half the battle. Sputtering Sputnik: Little brothers who see all, hear all, and tell all. "Andy" was in Future Teachers Club '57, '58, treasurer '58, German Club '57, '58, Radio Club '57, Room Agent '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, Honor Society '58, Library Assistant '58, G. A. A. '58, Business Staft '58, Girl's Volleyball '58, Girl's Basketball '58. Anderson, Robert Dale Son of Mr. H. E. Anderson: He is free who lives as he chooses. Sputtering Sputnik: People who tease me about green Cadillacs. "Andy" was a Room Agent '56. Club '58. .,,,,, .- , .iii 'I .2232 I , ,:: . Balding, Roger Lee Ault, Larry Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ault: Confess and be hanged. Sputtering Sputnik: Women drivers. "Larry" was in Chorus '56, Baker, Charles William Son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles M. Baker: lt is too easy to go over to the maiority. Sputtering Sputnik: People who sit around me in Ancient History Class. "Bill" was in Sphinx '58. 32 Archer, Donald Raymond Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Brown: He is a 'fool who thinks bv force or skill to turn the current of a woman's will. Sputtering Sputnik: Those long rides to Columbus. "Don" was in College Club '57, Intramural Baseball '57, Varsity Baseball '57. Art, Natalie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Art: Love ceases to be a pleasure when it ceases to be a secret. Sputtering Sputnik: People who always get me in the weirdest predicaments at the oddest hours! lHi, Penny, hi, Cons, hi Judyt "Nanny" was in Chorous '56, '57,'58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Thespians '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chancer Club '58, College Club '57, '58, Tashi in Senior Class Play Lost Horizon, "Beware the Bear." Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Balding: Man has his will, but woman has her way. Sputtering Sputnik: A slow girl and broken bones. ll-li, Joycel "Rog" was Class Officer '56, '57, '58, president '58, vice president '56, '57, College Club '57, '58, "N" Club '56, Reserve Football '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. Baldwin, Robert Emery Son of Dr. Charles S. Baldwin and the late Nlarion Baldwin. A wife is not to be chosen by the eye alone. Sputtering Sputnik: Hard wood benches for soft football players. "Crash" was in College Club '57, '58, Key Club '56, '57, '58, "N" Club '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Student Council '57, '58, vice president '58, Varsity Football '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer '58, Mathematics Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. Bascomb, Melvin Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bascomb: The World is his who has the money to go over ll. Sputtering Sputnik: People who say that l must give up either wine, women, or song. I am here stating that l am not singing anymore. lHi Thos., Hi Nixl. "Mel" was in Hi-Y '56, Science Club '58, Wyland in Senior Class Play Lost Horizon. Basforcl, Marjorie Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Basford: Surely the stars are images of love. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh those weekends at the lake. lHi gangl. "Sweetpea" was in Chorus '56, College Club '58, Future Teachers '58, Girls Basketball '56, Girls Volleyball '56, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Blacksten, Jerry Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Blacksten: Meet me by moonlight alone. Sputtering Sputnik: That Saturday night speed-way and "The Square". "Jerry" was in Sphinx '58, Art '56, '57, '58. Blackwell, Nancy Ann Daughter of Mrs. Lucille Blackwell: Can you ever have too much of a good thing? Sputtering Sputnik: A certain guy who drives a "55" Buick. lHi, Kenney and Momj "Nancy" was in Chorus '56, Baumgardner, Linda Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baum- gardner: All by my own self. , .Sputtering Sputnik: Certain boys with cer- tain smiles-all ioin the service for a certain while lHi, Kenny and Mikel. "Bummy" was on Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '57, '58, Girls' Basket- Zayl Girls' Volleyball '56, Y-Teens '56, Beall, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Beall: Opportunity is a god. Sputtering Sputnik: Riez et le monde rira avec vous, pluerez et vous pleurez seul. "Patsy" was in Chorus '56, College Club 57, '58, Sphinx '58, Varsity Debate '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Presi- dent Music Appreciation '58. Blakeley, Carole Diane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Del Blakely: Thine is a self approving glow. Sputtering Sputnik: Shorthand and people that call me diapers. "Dipsie" was in Busi- ness Staff '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, '58, College Club '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Patron Staff '58, Y-Teen '56, '57, '58, Drama- tics '56, Honor Society '58, G. A. A. '58. Blum, Steven Terry Son of Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Blum: Always glad to give a woman driver half of the road if she can find out which half she wants. Sputtering Sputnik: People who spell and pronounce my name Stephan Bloom. "Steve" was in College Club '57, Hi-Y '57, '58, president '58, Key Club '58, Reserve Foot- ball '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Mathe- matics Club '58. Beeney, Kenneth Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Beeney: I'm modesty personified. Sputtering Sputnik: Laugh and live, then learn. "Beeney" was on Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, Sphinx '58. Bishop, Jerry Excell Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop: He's on the ball, football that is. Sputtering Sputnik: Those long week days from Matilda. "Percy" was in College Club '58, lntrumural Baseball '57, '58, Key Club '56, '57, '58, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Track '56, '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Varsity Baseball '57, '58, Varsity Football '56, '57, '58. Boder, Marilyn Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Warthen: The iudgment ot man is fallible. Sputtering Sputnik: People who think I'm quiet. "Marilyn" was in Business Staff '56, College Club '58, Library Assistant '56, '58, Treasurer '58, Science Club '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58 Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58, Girls Volleyball '58, Girls' Basketball '58. Bodah, Evelyn Lea Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bodah: Never take anything for granted. Sputtering Sputnik: What I did do, what l didn't do, and what I wanted to do. "Ev" was in Annual Staff, typist '58, Band '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basket- ball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Radio Club '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Pep Bsaand '56, Music Appreciation '58, G. A. A. Boerstler, Roger Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Boerstler: My busi- ness and my art is to live. Sputtering Sputnik: I prefer a ROSEialiel to a violet. "Poncho" was in Chorus '56, Art '57, '58. Booty, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Booty. We haven't known her for long, but we like her. Sputtering Sputnik: Those fraternity parties at State. At Granville High School "Red" was in Future Nurses '56, Girls' Basketball '57, Y-Teens '57, 58, Stage Crew '57, '58, Boyer, Gail Marie lDePalmol Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Boyer: Women's beauty, like men's wit, is generally fatal to the owners. Sputtering Sputnik: People that call me Cecill and ask me if my hair is dyed. "Cecil" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, College Club '57, '58, Radio Club '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Thespians '56, '57, '58, Treasurer ,582 Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, '57, Make-Up Director 56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Sophomore Class Play '56, Sinister House '57, Dr. Maude Garrett" '57, Honor Society A. A. '58, Volleyball '58, Basket- Boylan, Ronald William Son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Boylan: Chance is a nickname of Providence. I Sputtering Sputnik: Homework. "Ron" was In ljli-Y '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '57, '58, Sphinx '57, '58, Audio Visual Service Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Braddock, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Braddock: lt's always the best policy to speak the truth. Sputtering Sputnik: Please Santa, PHIL my STOCKing with an airDALEl ! Lifeguards who call me "B-B". lHi Sis, Flip, and gangl "B-B" was in Latin Club '58, Girls' Base- ball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Brodt, Rebecca Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Name: You cannot be both fashionable and first rate. Sputtering Sputnik: Teachers who are al- ways asking "Muchachos, what time is this class over?" "Bubbles" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, '58, Library Assistants '56, Room Agents '56, '57, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, G. A. A. '58, Girls' Volleyball '58. Brown, Eleanor Louise Daughter of Mrs. Zona A. Brown and the Late Tudor Brown: l came, l saw, I con- quered. Sputtering Sputnik: Living for Wednes- day, Saturday, and Sunday nights. iHi, Ronniej. "Brownie" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Pep Band '56, '57, '58. Brown, Ray Wilkin Son of Wilber J. Brown and the late Thelma Brown. An easy minded soul, and always was. Sputtering Sputnik: Going skating on Fri- day nights. "Brownie'. mystery of sleep AVSC '56. Despair. Bryan, Molly Loring Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Young: No change, no pause, no hope, yet l endure. Sputtering Sputnik: Show me how I can get along with that MAN who drives that certain convertible. iHi, Jiml. "Molly" was in Business Staff '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls, Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Patron Staff '56, '57, Y-Teens '56. Bryant, Carolyn Mae Daughter of Jennie and Edward Bryant: The wife is the key of the household. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, that trip to indiana and that marriage clerk. iHi, Al, Mary, and Davel. "Joe". Brunner, Charles Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs Charles E Brunner What probing deep has ever solved th Sputtering Sputnik Girls Charlie was in Bryan, Kenneth Homer Son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Snoor Never Sputtering Sputnik Rockey Buckey Homer was in Science Club 56 VlC Club 56 Bryson, larry Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bryson: Speech is the image of life. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, those July 4th holidays. "Little Sam" was in Chorus '56, College Club '57, '58, Room Agent '57, Sphinx '58, Dramatics Club '56, Los Burritos '57, '58, Mallinson in the Senior Class Play Lost Horizon. Buchanan, Carol Leone Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buchanan: wise men say keep somewhat till a rainy ay. Sputtering Sputnik: Getting lost in fire drills. "Carol" was in College Club '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Business Staff '58. Buchanan, Reba Millie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buchanan: What is the hardest task in the world? To think! Sputtering Sputnik: A lot of girls have a "cutie", but not a CECUTTI. "Reb" was in Chorus '56, '57, Science Club '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Buckey, Donna Jeanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Buckey: Why does it have to get so late so early? Sputtering Sputnik: Cuts and Blues, and don't's and do's. "Do1na" was in Annual Staff '57, '58, Business Staff '56, '57, '58, College. Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '57, '58, Girls' 1 Vo.leyball '56, '58, Journalism Staff '57, '58, ' Library Assistants '56, '57, Library Club '56, '57, Patron Staff '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '56: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Butler, Robert Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butler: Words distract me more than noises, for words demand attention. Sputtering Sputnik: Chevy Lovers. "Bob" was in A. V. S. C. '56. Butts, Rose Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joht F. Butts: What greater crime than loss of time. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, that climb to the fourth floor. "Rosy" was in Chorus '56, Y-Teens '56, x ,wx N , .,..,., W ' Q . l A M' ,Q We Callander, John Robert Son of Mrs. Maxine Callander: What must l do to be saved? Sputtering Sputnik: Homework. "Bob" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, '58. Campbell, Barbara Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Campbell: Do all red heads have tempers, or is it lust me? Sputtering Sputnik: Trying to find a way to end my membership in the "vielle fille" society. "Barb" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Contest Speaking '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Student Council '56, '58, Thespians '56, '57, '58, president '58, Varsity Debate '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '57, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, president '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, '57, president '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, director of Historical Play '58, Honor Society '58. Buckey, Roberta Ernestine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Buckey: lt's impossible to love and be wise. Sputtering Sputnik: Those fourth-floor drinking fountains. CHi, Danl. "Bobbie" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, German Club '57, '58, Patron Staff '56, '58, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Volleyball '58, Basketball '58. Burger, Gary William Son of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Burger: The man in the moon isn't half as interesting as the lady in the sun. Sputtering Sputnik: Younger sisters. "Burgie" was in College Club '58, Spanish Club '57, '58, co-president '58. Canter, .loan Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mfrs. Sheldon Canter: Marching on to victory. Sputtering Sputnik: Maiorette parties and letters. ".loani" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Maiorette, Chorus '56, College Club '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, '57, '537 G. A. A. 58. Cantlon, Brenda Larner Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Cantlon: 'Twas her thinking of others that rnade you think of her. Sputtering Sputnik: That which costs the least and does the most is a pleasant smile. "Brenda" was in College Club, librarian '58, Future Teachers '56, '57, '58, vice president '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cabi- net '57, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer ggib '58, Music Appreciation '58, Volleyball Cavey, Janet Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cavey: My heart's like a singing bird. My heart's like a singing bird. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me ukedu. ntjanu Chaney, Carol Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Chaney: A friendly heart wins in many ways. Sputtering Sputnik: People who like crowds. IHey, Jiml. "Gus" was in Chorus '56: Girls' Volleyball '5B: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Hi-C Club '58. 36 Cartnal, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert E. Cartnal: Let us have no meandering. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain FRANK person who holds the KEASer to my heart. Oh, those short Navy leaves and those wonderful rides in a certain blue Ford. fHi Jerry and Hi Vicky and Caroli. "Jac" was in Business Staff '57: Girls' Basketball '56: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58f Patron Staff '58. Carver, Vicky Darlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Carver: And now is the time come-feather my nest. Sputtering Sputnik: l'll always hold the KEI-FFER my WILLIE. iHi, Willie, Hi, Judyt. "Dimples" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58: Radio Club '57, '58: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Dramatics Club '16, Girls' Volleyball '58: Honor Society '58, Patron Staff '58, Chapman, Paul Edward Son of Elwood and Irene Chapman: Men of few words are the best. Sputtering Sputnik: Always have a good time. "Pauline" was Room Agent '57. Class, Judith Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton C. Class: Nothing succeeds like success. Sputtering Sputnik: Getting up early in the morning, keeping out of trouble, and going to bed early at night. iHi, Mariel. "Judy" was in Annual Staff '58: Band '56, '57y Business Staff '56, 58: College Club '57, '58: Future Teachers '56, '57, '58p Girls' Volleyball '58: Girls' Basketball '58: Journal- isrn Staff '58: Patron Staff '56, '58: Room Agent '56: Sphinx '57, Debate '56: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Les Copains de Francais '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Honor Society '5B7 Librarians, Treasurer First Semes- ter, President Second Semester '58: Music Appreciation '58. Cline, Marla Kaye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Cline: A smile a day is better than a medicine chest. Sputtering Sputnik: Little sisters who see all, hear all, and tell all. lHi Sandyl. "Marla" was in Business Staff '56: Chorus '56: Class officer, secretary, '56: College Club '57, '58: Future Teachers '56: Girls' Basketball '56, 58: Girls' Volleyball '58: Library Assistants '56: Patron Staff '57: Student Council '57, '58: Y-Teens, Cabinet '56, '57, '58:f-Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Music Appreciation '58. Cline, Martha Lois Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman H. Cline: Don't be bashful, ask them. Sputtering Sputnik: There are three things of which I shall never TYRER: football, wait- ing, and Jim. "Marty" was in Chorus '56: College Club '57, '58: Girls' Basketball '56, '58: Girls' Volleyball '58g Patron Staff '57: Student Council '58: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Cabinet '56, '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Homecoming Queen Attendant '58: Music Appreciation '58. su.. Cochran, Karen Loise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cochran: Silence is the mother of truth. Sputtering Sputnik: People-iust people in particular. IHi, Barbl. "Karen". Collins, Connie Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Collins: Something to shout about. Sputtering Sputnik: Saturday nights on 2lst Street. lHi Judy, Penny, Nannyl "Cons" was in Business Staff '57: College Club '57, '58: Girls' Baseball '56, '58: Girls' Basket- ball '56, '58: Girls' Volleyball '56, '58: Room Agent '58: Student Council '5B: Thes- pians '58y Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Spanish Club '57, '58: President '58: Dramatics Club '56, '57: Vice President '57: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Honor Society '58: Student Director of lost Horizon: "Beware the Bear". Collins Darlene Iona Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hushell E. Collins: Life is a vicious circle. Sputtering Sputnik: Boysl "DarIing". Compton, Elsie Viola Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond F. Compton: She greets everyone with a smile. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, that working on Saturday nights. "Elsie" was in Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Conaway, Brent Post Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Conaway: Worry made men great, why should I worry? Sputtering Sputnik: Ladies who don't ap- preciate blue Fords. "Connie" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Radio Club '57, '58, Room Ggentsso, '58, Science Club '57, AVSC '56, Conklin, Paul Dale Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conklin: That smile of his has ways with people. Sputtering Sputnik: Why I was going to California? ? lHi, Mary Loul. "Tink" was a Sphinx '58. Cox, Larry B. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Cox: Slow and easy, but he gets there iust the same. Sputtering Sputnik: The morning after the night before. "Comequat" was in "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Varsity Football '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Craig, William Edward, lll Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Craig: All great men are dying, and I don't feel well myself. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call my Model "A" a model "T". "Bill" was in Chorus '58, College Club '57, '58, Cross Country '58, Key Club '58, Reserve Bas- ketball '56, Speedball '56, '57, Student Council '58, Track '56, Varsity Basketball '57, '58, "N" Club '58, Mathematics Club '58, Golf '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. Crebs, Marilyn Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Crebs: Open up thine heart to every man. Sputtering Sputnik: Piccolo players who don't piccolo play very peacefully. "Crabby" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Business Staff '58, College Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Junior Red Cross '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club Club '58, Honor Society '58, G. A. A. '58. Crist, Marianne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crist: A nice girl plus a pleasant smile. Sputtering Sputnik: I'm always the last to know. "Marianne" was in Band '56, '57,' '58, Secretary '58, Business Staff '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '53i Patron Staff '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '58, Music Appreciation '58. Crowley, Linda Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Crowley: lt isn't a crime to be short, only a nuisance. Sputtering Sputnik: No change please, Just one BILL. Don't short change me Rory or l'Il flip my liver. "Crow" was in business Staff '57, Chorus '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Base- ball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Patron Staff '57, Radio Club '57, '58, Varsity Debate '56, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, Less Copains de Francais '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, G. A. A. '58. Cunningham, Janet Matilda Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Cunning- ham: l tackle things as they come. Sputtering Sputnik: I go for people who EXCELL. "Janet" was in Chorus '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, Student Council '57, '58, Varsity Debate '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, President '58, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58. "Nan" was in nections. Chorus '56, '57, '57, Head Drum tion '58. Danner, Geoffrey Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Danner: I wish l could drive a hot rod. Sputtering Sputnik: People who tell me how to drive. "Jeff" was in Band '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, Science Club '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Darkes, Stella Merrie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Darkes: Why be serious, it isn't any fun? Sputtering Sputnik: Long have I cherished the thought, but now I reveal it. lDavel. "Stel" was in Business Staff '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Daily, Nancy Carol Daughter of Mrs. Hazel Dailey and the late Mr. James Dailey: Nothing endures like personal qualities. Sputtering Sputnik: Try to get to and from H.R. on the fourth floor. Chorus '55, '56, Hi-C Club '55, '56, G. A. A. '58. Danley, Tom Ross Son of Mr. James Danley and Mrs. Jeri Danley: Leader of the band. Sputtering Sputnik: People who have con- "Cycle King" was in Band '56, '57, '58, '58, Assistant Drum Maior Major '58, Music Apprecia- sr determination. spirit. .Deen '56, '58. Deming, Barbara Suzanne Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Howard Deming: Short in stature, but you know she's there. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't ap- preciate my little black dog. "Dense" was in Business Staff '57, Col- lege Club '57, Future Teachers '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '58, Sphinx 58, Student Council '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, 58, Cabinet '57, Hi-C Club '57, Latin Club 58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Secretary '58, Music Appreciation '58. Devereaux, Sally Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Devereaux: Her friends are many. Her foes, are there any? Sputtering Sputnik: Missing out on all the fun because Earl's old car won't run. "Sophie" was Cheerleader '56, '57, '58, Varsity Cheerleader '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, secretary '58, Student Council '57, Y:Teens '56, '57, '58, G. A. A. '58. much. "Sonny". 38 Dell, George Stimpson Son of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn Dell: Full of Sputtering Sputnik: Girls and people who say l'm crazy for not being girl crazy, "Stimpy" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Co'- lege Club '58, Science Club '56, Astronomy Club '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer '58, Honor Society '58, Treasurer '58. Dellinger, Betty Lou Granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Reedy: Thy modesty is a candle to thy Sputtering Sputnik: I never dodge from Rodge. iHi Rodgel. was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, College Club '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basket- ball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '56, '57, '58, Hi-C Club DeVolI, Earl John Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. DeVoll: A kind of fellow you like to be with. Sputtering Sputnik: People that worry DeWitt, Shirley Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burton DeWitt: Let's enioy ourselves while we may. Sputtering Sputnik: People who work on cars after midnight. iHi, Mikel. "Shirttail" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '56, '57, '58. Dickover, Warren Edward Son of Warren and Sarah Dickover: "Then, what is life?" I cried Sputtering Sputnik: Chrysler Products. "Worm" was in Band '56,'57, '58, Science Club '56, Dance Band '56, '57, '58, Astrono- my Club '57, Donaghue, Sharon Kay Daughter of Rev, and Mrs. D. W. Donaghue: A good laugh is sunshine in any house. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Ornery when it's not my name. "Sharon" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, 58, Baseball 58, Room Agent '56, Hi-C Club '56, Senior Class Play '58, H. M. S. Pinafore '58, Y-Teens '58. Duffee, Marna lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Duffee: Don't let that innocent look deceive you. Sputtering Sputnik: Bookkeeping worksheet. "Mama" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, Honor Society '58. Dumm, Helen Martha Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dumm: lt's better to be silent than wrong. Sputtering Sputnik: No elevators to the fourth floor. "Helen" Drumm, Barbara Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Drumm, Rushing all the time. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Drumm! l fHi, kidsl. "Barb" was in Business Staff '57, '58, Chorus '56, College Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '56, '57, '58, Treasurer '57, Girls' Basketball '56, Room Agent '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cabinet '57, Latin Club '58, President 58, Cup and Chaucer Club Honor Society '58, Music Appreciation Duckett, Harold Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Duckett: Can't keep a good fellow down. Sputtering Sputnik: Some people with a serious attitude towards music. "Duddy" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Hi-C Club '56, '57, '58. Dunn, Linda Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dunn: You never see one without the other. Sputtering Sputnik: Someday we'll be a PARRUIIJ. lHi, Johni. "Lyn" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '58, Honor Society '58. Durant, Kathryn Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kay Durant, Jr.: Simplicity is a state of mind. Sputtering Sputnik: People that call me Kathryn and Physics Class. "Kay" was in Business Staff '57, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58, Treasurer '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society Emerson, Cecilia Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Emerson: Woman is man's confusion. Sputtering Sputnik: Blind dates. "Cel" was in Chorus '56. Erick, Edward Henry Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Erick: Like a dog, he hunts his dreams. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Henry. "Ed" was in Key Club '56, '57, '58, "N" Club '57, '58, Reserve Basketball '56, Room Agent '57, Speedball '56, '57, Student Coun- cil '57, '58, Track '56, '57, '58, Varsity Basketball '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58. Dusthimer, Phyllis Arlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Dusthimer: lt's naughty, but it's nice. Sputtering Sputnik: Little sisters who see afl, hear all, blackmail or tell all. "Phyllis Mae" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Radio Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, Pep Band '57, '58, Music Apprecia- tion '5B, G. A. A. '58, Eifinger, Joyce Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Eifinger: She'll dance her way through lite. Sputtering Sputnik: An unpredictable boy called Rodge. "lcky" was in Business Staff '56, '57, Cheerleader '57, '58, Varsity Cheerleader '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Student Council '57, '58, Treasurer '58, Girls' Basket- ball '56, '57, '58, President '56, Cabinet '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Homecoming Queen '58. '58, Music Appreciation '58. F3 .g - j 'A -5514, J Dill' 1' ,K 1 7 N wg geism -:Qi . 5 . .... 'E' if -. lg - 55' 'ft 4-1 Eis, Patti Arlene Fekete, Larry Allen Farnham, Muriel Sue Daughter of Mr. Warren R. Farnham and the late Margaret Farnham: Our thoughts are often worse than we are. Sputtering Sputnik: Moody people with a cute name and calls me Miss Grumpet. lHi, Clenniei. "Susie" was in Business Staff '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basket- ball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Patron Staff '58, Col- lege Club '58. Farquhar, Nancy Sue Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. George Farquhar: Don't let this quiet way fool you. Sputtering Sputnik: People that use the word buddy as an expression, because there is only one Buddy for me. "Nanc" was Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Patrons Staff '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls Volleyball '53, Y-Teens '56, '57, '55, College Club Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Eis: Stars do not shout. They only shine. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain guy who doesn't like curly hair and dimples. CHi, Tomli. "Patsy AnnabeIl" was in Chorus '56, '57, College Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Music Appreciation '58, Elk, Betty louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Elk: Emma, you've got me in quite a dilemma. Sputtering Spunik: People who like cars better than girls. lsn't that right, Mutt? lHi, Davei. "Emma" was in Business Staff '57, '58, Chorus '56, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58, G. A. A. '58. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fekete: He leads them all a merry chase. Sputtering Sputnik: People who think they're funny on Monday mornings. "Fek" was in Reserve Football '56. Fifield, Jerry Keith Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kersey Fifield: Don't give up the ship. Sputtering Sputnik: The south shall rise again. lDarlai. "Jerry" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '56. Fitzsimmons, Roberta Diane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fitz- simmons: A happy disposition is a gift of nature. Sputtering Sputnik: Sailors with their many charms. lHi Tom, Jim, Larry, and Chuckl. "Peaches" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Hi-C Club '56, '57, '58, Vice President '58. Fleming, Mary Marie Daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Fleming and the late Paul Fleming: All the wit in the world is not in one head. Sputtering Sputnik: Those all too frequent trips to Arkansas. fHi, Jimj. "Adge" was in Business Staff of Reveille Frodritz, Susan Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Fredritz: Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? Sputtering Sputnik: Guys who rate cars above girls. Hi, Roger. "Freddie" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Library Assistants '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58, G. A. A. '58. Freeman, Darlene Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Freeman: Double bubble, toil and trouble. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain AlRMAN who Fluharty, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Fluharty: Golden qualities, lasting friendship. Sputtering Sputnik: Those out-of-town foot- ball games. lHi, Jerryl. "Pat" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls Baseball '56, '58, Secre- tary for Chorus '57. Foor, Esther Mae Niece of Martha J. Stewart: Who has time for homework? Sputtering Sputnik: Everybody has a SHAWL, but not a red headed one. fHi, Chetl. "Esther" was in Business Staff '57, '58, Distributive Education '58, Y-Teens '56, '57. Review '58, Home Economics Club Teens '56, '57, '58. '56, Y- clrives his car like he's piloting a iet. "Pee Wee" was in Chorus '56. Freeman, Delores Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Freeman: Sisters, Sisters. Sputtering Sputnik: l've got the Bell Bottom Blues. ll-li, Billj. "Chubby" was in Chorus '56. Friel, Linda Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friel: Don't take life too seriously. You'll never get out of it alive. Sputtering Sputnik: lt's the spark that sets the speed. fHi, Jessl. "Linda" was in Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Room Agent '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Foote, Gary Lynn Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foote: To everything its use. Sputtering Sputnik: That pink and blue house at 1646 W. Main St. "Toes" was in Room Agent '58, Sphinx '58, Baseball '58. Ford, Sandra Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dana Ford: l.ife's too short, so let's hurry. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain blonde with a black Chevy who is always trying to make a Mt. Vernon fan out of me. CHi, Dicki. "Sandy" was in Band '56, '57, Business Staff '57, '58, Patron Staff '58. Friend, .launice Evelyn Daughter of Mrs. Russel Mortimer and the late Norris C. Friend: Laugh and live-then earn. Sputterlng Sputnik: Frankly, I hate those weekly 3-toll shifts and people who tell me half of things. lHi, Frankj. "Jan" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Y-Teens '56, Hi-C '56, '57, '58. Fulk, Patricia Irene Daughter of Mrs. Walter Eagle and the late Mr. Walter E. Fulk: For she is such a little craft. Sputtering Sputnik: What I want I don't have, and what l have l don't want. What a life without love. tThose Navy bluest. "Pat" was in Chorus '56, '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Honor Society '58. .-:.-:.:':-:.:.x-:''Nw . N . 9 V C' A . , . . . .se ..1:.: . - I , - E ' l ...., B '.v. Q Gandor, Larry Hubert Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gander: He burns the midnight oil, but not for study. Sputtering Sputnik: "Playthings" at Band Camp. "Goose" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Junior Red Cross '57, '58. Garger, John William Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Garger: The lazy man gets around the sun as quickly as the busy one. Sputtering Sputnik: Teachers Glennan, Robert Horton Son of Mrs. Dorothy Glennan: l've got the time and the place, now won't someone please introduce me to the girl. Sputtering Sputnik: Do it tomorrow, you've made enough mistakes today. "Bob" was in Cross Country '58, Reserve Basketball '56, Room Agent '57, Science Club '56, Speedball '56, '57, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Goddard, Betty Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Goddard: Curfew shall not ring tonight. - Sputtering Sputnik: Education is habit form- Ing. in 3 minutes. Gartside, Jerry Joe Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Gartside: To Lrighten the bird is not the way to catch er. Sputtering Sputnik: When will Molly make up her mind? lHi, Dumplinl. "Jerry" was in Reserve Basketball '56, Varsity Baseball '56. George, Milburn Ellsworth Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Geidenberger: A friendly guy some think is shy. Sputtering Sputnik: Those crowded halls at N.H.S. and people who call me iump shot, and Ancient History Class. "Bud" was in Chorus '57, '58, Intramural Baseball '56, '57, '58, Sphinx '58. who say that a student can get to any class "Jay" was in College Club '57, '58, Science Club '56, '57, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. "Betty Sue" was in Scholarship Committee Science Club '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Mathematics Club Club '58, Honor Soci 4 College Club '57, '58, '58, Room Agent '57, '58, Secretary '56, '57, '58, Astronomy Club '58, Cup and Chaucer ety '58, Music Appre- ciation '58, Chemistry Lab Assistant '58. Graft, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Graft: Call me careless. Sputtering Sputnik: The things l should have done, but didn't do, but got blamed for anyway. lHi, Nannie, Cons, and Penl. "Jewdie" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Science Club '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cabinet '58. Graham, Robert Kenneth Son of the late Robert Graham and of Mariorie Graham: Other men eat to live, but l live to eat. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain twirp. "Bob" was in College Club '57, '58, Science Club '58, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Glasmeier, Judith Kay ' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs., William Glas- meier: When the red-red robbin comes Bob-Bobbin along. Sputtering Sputnik: My hobby is Bobby. The Fish with nomad parents. "Judy" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, 58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y- Teens '56, '57, '58. Glass, Bonnie Kaye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Glass: Women and music should never be dated. Sputtering Sputnik: Confusing people who get me more confused. "Bonnie" was in College Club '56, '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Business Staff '58. Gregg, Kenneth Lynn Son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Stephenson: Which half of the road do you want? Sputtering Sputnik: Homeroom cartoons. "Ken" was Room Agent '56, Science Club '58, Sphinx '58, Astronomy Club '57, '58. Groves, Judith Ann Daughter of W. A. Groves and the late Thelma Groves: The night is dark, and l am far from town. Sputtering Sputnik: People who make fun ot my hair. lHi, Jerryl. "Judy" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, Secre- tary '58, Library Assistants '57, '58, Patron Staff '56, Thespians '56, '57, '58, Secretary '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, '57, Library Club, Secretary '57. Haga, Alfred Walter Son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Haga: A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Sputtering Sputnik: Mr. Powers. "AI" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '58, College Club '58. Hahn, Deanna Rose Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hahn: Won't be long now. Sputtering Sputnik: Love those '53 Mercury hardtops! lHi, Bobk "Tiny" was in C orus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Science Club '56, '57. Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Henderson, Beverly Sue Daughter of Mrs. Mariorie Henderson: Her mind is not always with us. Eeputtering Sputnik: People who call me B . "Bev" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Hi-C Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58. Henry, Dale Millard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Henry: The pupil of impulse. Sputtering Sputnik: DIANA. "Hank" was in Camera Club '56, '57, treas- urer '56, vice-president '57, Cross Country '58, "N" Club '56, '57, Reserve Football '56, '57, Track '56, '57, '58. Hammack, Christine Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Harnmack: Why was that telephone pole there? Sputtering Sputnik: l'll have no fear as long l have my Freddy bear lHi, Fredl. "Chris" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Hanes, Richard Russell Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester R. Hanes: Wild horses makes the best colts. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, those Monday mornings. "Dick" was in College Club '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Mathmatics Club' 58. Hite, Carol Rosella Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hite: Today let me live well, none knows what tomorrow may bring. Sputtering Sputnik: Watkins Memorial ll'li, Raymondl. "Sis" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Hi-C Club '56, '57, Music Appreciation '58. Hivnor, John Philip Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hlvnor: The riighht shows stars and women in a better ig t. Sputtering Sputnik: After Wednesday night rehearsals! "Phil" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Band Manager '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '57, '58. X E ii.: .k . , E ::"':' ' f ::5Z :g- ,. f if Heffley, Charles James Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hetfley: Ain't that a shame? Sputtering Sputnik: Girls that ask what time is it in Ancient Hisory Class every five minues. "Jump Shot" was in intramural Baseball '56, Radio Club '57, Reserve Football '56, Sphinx '58. Heightshoe, Harold Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Heightshoe: What's the use ol wondering? Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting for the week- end and girls. "Huck" was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Room Agent '57, Sales Organization '56, Hi-C Club '56, '57, secretary-treasurer, '57. Hoback, Rishard Thomas Son ol Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hoback, LIGHT UP A LUCKY Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me WAYBACK. "Hoby" was in College Club '57,.'58: Science Club '56, '57, '58, vice-president '56, '57, president '58, Speedball '57, Stu- dent Council '56, '57, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer '58, Honor Society '58, Music Appreciation '58. Hofaker, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hofaker: As innocent as the child unborn. Sputtering Sputnik: Teachers who give me the DlCKens for not doing my homework. "Judy" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Col- lege Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Volleyball '58, Basketball '58, Pep Band '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. is nature's sole mistake. Hornyak, Gilbert Stanley Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabor Hornyak: A life of ease is a difficult pursuit. Sputtering Sputnik: TlME. "Gil" was in Chorus '56, '57: Science Club '58: Orchestra '56, '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Hottinger, Dale Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hottinger: Man Sputtering Sputnik: Tom. "Dale-". Hollis, Allen Lindsey Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Hollis: l'll be merry and free. Sputtering Sputnik: A fool and his money are soon parted. "Cat Al" was in Cross Country '56. Hornung, Linda Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer G. Hornung: Natural abilities are like plants that need pruning by study. Sputtering Sputnik: Parties, practicing, and people! "Horns" was in Chorus '57, '58: College Club '57, '58: Future Teachers '56, '57, '58g Girls' Basketball '56: Girls' Basketball'56: Girls' Volleyball '56, Room Agent '56, '57, '58: Y-Teens 56, 57, 58, cabinet '57, '58: Orchestra 56, '57, '58. Radio Club '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Honor Society '58, Mcsif Appreciation '58. Houdeshell, Wanda Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Houdeshell: The happiest girls like the happiest nations have no history. Sputtering Sputnik: Snails and slow mov- ing humans. "Windy" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58: College Club '58: Future Teachers '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58: Y- Teens '56, '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Honor Society '58: H.M.S. Pinafore '58: Music Appreciation '58. Howell, Sally Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Howell: A woman's heart like the moon is always changing, but there is always a man in it. Sputtering Sputnik: Some girls like the blooms, but I like the BUD's. Hi Bud. "Sally" was in Band '56, '57, '58: Pep Band '57, '58: Honor Society '58. Hufford, Charles Beniamin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hufford: Life is not life at all without delights. Sputtering Sputnik: Chemise and sack dresses. "Charlie" was in Visual Service Club '57, '58. Humes, Suzanne Joy Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Humes: Better late than never. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't trust my directions. "Susie" was in College Club '57, '58: Contest Speaking '57, '58: German Club '57, '58, president '58: Sphinx '58: Student Council '58: Varsity Debate '56, '57, '58: Y- Teens '56, '57, '58, secretary '58, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, secretary '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Hunt, Noretta Eileen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hunt: Now grave, now gay, but never dull. Sputtering Sputnik: People who think they Chrisl. Hunter, Barbara Benton Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hunter: No more privacy than a goldfish. Sputtering Sputnik: Moody boys who are so hard to understand. fHey Sue, l'm herej. "Tiz" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58: College Club '57: Girls' Basketball '56: Patron Staff '56, '57, '58: Room Agent '56: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58: Dramatics Club '56, '57, Hi-C Club '57. know it all, but don't know halt of it iH "Nort" was in Chorus '56, '57 58 Girls Basketball '56: Girls' Volleyball 56 Radio Club '57, '58: Y-Teens '56, '57 58 Secre tary of Choir '5B: Honor Society K House, James Arthur Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul House: Fools are wise men in the affairs of women. Sputtering Sputnik: This in the Bandroom. "Jim" was in Band '56, '57, '58: Col- lege Club '57, '58: Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. ller, Dolores Earlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James ller: Her looks of tire. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh! Those lunches at Clary's and that ketchup. il-li, Jane and B-l6l. "Dee" was in Chorus '56: Girls' Baseball '56, '58: Girls' Basketball '56, '58. Johnson, Marcia Lee Daughter of Mrs. Martha VanWy and Mr. John W. Johnson: That'll be the day. Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting for that REEL title MRS. lHi, Tomj. "Marsh" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, G. A. A. '58. Johnson, Earl Jason Son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGinnis: lt's a great life it you don't weaken, but who wants to be a strong man? Sputtering Sputnik: A French girl named Devereaux. "Wasp" was in Cross Country '57, '58, lntramural Baseball '56, '57, Reserve Basket- ball '56, Varsity Basketball '57, '58, Track '56, '57, '58. Johnson, George Bingman Son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmor B. Johnson: A gentleman makes no noise. Sputtering Sputnik: Improper noises in improper places. "George" was in intramural Basketball '56, '57, Key Club '58, Science Club '57, '58, Orchestra '58, Mathamatics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Jo'-'ff James Ear' ' A Son of Earl and Mary Jones: Walking with mY Shadow- "" Sputtering Sputnik: Patty Cass. " if 'Jonesie". : siiv lif i:'3::' l .Z Jones, Larry lee Son of Herbert and Marie Jones: My love loves me. Sputtering Sputnik: Connie Strouse. "Stud" was a Class Officer, treasurer '56, '57, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Track '56, '57, '58, Varsity Football '57, '58. Jones, Barbara Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones: A soul that pity touched but never shook. Sputtering Sputnik: Southern hospitality, huh Karen? "Barb" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Basket- ball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Library Assis- tants '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Library Club '57, '58, Honor Society '58. 44 Jones, Barbara Marie Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones: Keck, Sandra Kay Jones, Nancy Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Jones: You're the one. Sputtering Sputnik: People who insist "c'est la vie". "Nan" was in College Club '57, '58, secre- tary '57, Contemporary History Club '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Mu Alpha Theta '58, secretary, Girls' Volleyball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Music Appreciation 58, Honor Society '58. Kaiser, Judith Arlene Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kaiser: When you wish upon a star. Sputtering Sputnik: Slow people. "Judy" was in German Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Latin Club '58, Honor Society '58. The world will ever wonder what she Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Keck: will do next. Dream a little dream of me. Sputtering Sputnik: Chicka - pucka - licky, Sputtering Sputnik: Pung tu tula chicka cricky, boinga - Fata - chicka puck. lHi, pucka. lHi, Barbj. Sandyj. "Sandy" was in Girls' Volleyball '58, Spinx "Barb" was in Chorus '56, Future Teachers '58, Hi-C Club '56, '58, HMS Pinafore '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Sphinx '58, Y- Teens '56, HMS Pinafore prop committee '58, Hi-C Club '56, '58, lost Horizon prop crew '58, G. A. A. '58. Jones, Charlotte Ann Daughter of M-r. and Mrs. Wayne E. Jones: l'm not lazy, but l iust don't feel like working. Sputtering Sputnik: Football games and people who call me Charlie. lHi, Dick and Saml. "Chars" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Honor gcgjety '58, Pep Band '57, '58, College Club prop committee '58, Girls' Basketball '58, prop committee of lost Horizon '58, G. A. A. '58 Keller, John Robert Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Keller: Everyday is a holiday. Sputtering Sputnik: "Get Out! What! Argu- ments!" "Killer" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Hi-Y '58, Sphinx '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. AMN Kinser, Jess Henry Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kinser: Abraca- dabra. Sputtering Sputnik: Linda. "Red" was in Reserve Football '56p Track '56, '57, '58p Varsity Football '57, '58. Kinser, Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kinser: Motor- cycle boots. Sputtering Sputnik: Cold weather. "Dick" was in Junior Mathematics Club '58. Kennedy, Penelope Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kennedy: When a girl ceases to blush, she has lost the most powerful charm of her beauty. Sputtering Sputnik: My unique ability for always being fouled up. Hi Jude, Nat and Cons. "Penny" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Class Officer '58, vice president: College Club '57 '58 Girls' Baseball '56 '58 Girls' Basket ball '56, '58: cms' Volleyball '56, 'sal Student Council '57, '58: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, vlce-president '56, '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '5B: Music Appreciation '5Bp Les Copains de Francais '57, '58. Kielaer, Rebecca I.ou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vernon: I haven't got a worry in the world. Sputtering Sputnik: People who think I'm quiet when I'm not. li-li, Garyl. "Becky" was in Chorus '56: Room Agent '57: Hi-C Club '56, '58. Phillip Red Cross '58: Kirk, Jane Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kirk: The reason gentlemen prefer blondes. Sputtering Sputnik: Cheering Against Chillicothe and those short Marine leaves. "Goldie" was in Cheerleader '56, '57, '58: Varsity Cheerleader '57, '58: Chorus '57, '58: Class Officer, secretary '58: Girls' Baseball '56, '58g Girls' Basketball '56, '58: Girls' Volleyball '56, '58: Radio Club '57: Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '56, '58. Klein, John Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klein: Sir Galahad. Sputtering Sputnik: School in general. "John" was in Reserve Football '55: Track '56, '57. Knechtges, John Falconer Son of Mrs. Ruth F. Knechtges: A short man may be famous: look at Napolean. Sputtering Sputnik: People who can't pronounce my name. "Testube" was in Band '56, '57, '58: Science Club '56, '57, '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58: Mathematics Club '58: Astronomy Club '57, '5B: Sax Quartet '57, '58. Koblens, Philip George Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Koblens: There are too many letters in the alphabet. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Felix. "PhiI" was in Chorus '56, '57: Distributive Education '58: German Club '57, '58: Science Club '56: Astronomy Club '57: AVSC '56, Kreager, Lowell Dean Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreager: I'm as quiet and as wise as an owl. Sputtering Sputnik: l have no statement to make. "Lowell" was in Sphinx '58: AVSC '56, '57 Kuhn, Ernest Clarence Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhn: Oh, lust to be in movies. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Ernest. "Coon" was Class Officer, president '56, Krall, Chriseldus Joan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Krall: Music, music, music. Sputtering Sputnik: People who give me empty envelopes to mail. "Chris". Kramer, Robert Stanley Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer: All great men are dying and l don't feel well myself. Sputtering Sputnik: Cars with slush box transmissions. "Rod" was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58. '57: College Club '58, German Club '57, '58y Key Club '56, '57, '58, secretary '57: Reserve Basketball '56g Reserve Football '56: Speed- ball '57y Sphinx '58: Student Council '56, '57, '58, president '587 Mathematics Club '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Laird, Robert Maxwell Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Laird: Poppa was a preacher. Sputtering Sputnik: Those fantabulous classes in Ancient History with Gordon and people who call me Moby. "Perry" was in Business Staff '56, Intra- mural Baseball '57, '58, Radio Club '53' Room Agent '56, '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Audio Vis- ual Service Club '58. Lannan, Victoria Lynn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Lannan: A good face needs no painting. Sputtering Sputnik: Dave and me and busybodies makes three. lGranvillel. "Vic" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Science Club '56, Thes- pians '58, Y-Teens '56, '58, Buttercup in H.M.S. Pinafore, Miss Brinklow in lost Lescody, Theodore Louis Sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Lescody: Rollin' home. Sputtering Sputnik: People lespecially girlsl who creep through the hallways. "Ted" was in lntramural Baseball '57, '58, Speedball '57, Sphinx '58, Track '56. Lewis, David Charles Son ot Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Leslie: Trans- fusion. Sputtering Sputnik: Playing second team. "Jim" was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58, "N" Club '57, '58: Reserve Basketball '56, Reserve Football '56, Track '56, '57, '58, Horizon. Lawrence, James Edwin Son of Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Lawrence: Heap big iniun'. Sputtering Sputnik: The band. "Red" was in College Club '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Varsity Football '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, "N" Club. Leckrone, Suellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis A. Leck- rone: To be silent would be the death of me. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain tall, dark, and handsome blond-haired boy with blue eyes at Athens who is always speaking out of his ear in those long, long letters. lHey, Barb, I'm herel. "Monk" was in Annual Staff '58, Business Staff '57, Girls' Basket- ball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, Journal- ism Staff '58, Patron's Staff '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. :sew A, e - .sw ,, - -A ru s Varsity Footlzafl '57, '58. N. gc ,V - ' 'f s , . as: . Bi .. Z X 'ki Leslie, James Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Lewis: Don't talk about me when l'rn gone. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me a draft dodger. "Louie" was in Visual Szrvice Club '56, '57, '58, Science Club '58. Lewis, Mollie Frances Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Harold E. Lewis: What am I going to do about my dizzy spells? Sputtering Sputnik: Those dreamy blue eyes make the DlZZYest eyes. "Molly-O" was in Band '56, '57, '58, maiorette 57, 58, Band Council '57, '58, Col- lege Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Lee, Charles Roger Son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lee: What would l do without a pool hall? Sputtering Sputnik: Women drivers who think they can drive. At Granville High School, "Jitters" was ig5 Reserve Basketball '55, Reserve Football Leek, Janet Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Leek: True love is hard to find. Sputtering Sputnik: Boyfriends who teach mothers how to iitterbug. lHi, Johnnyt. "Jan" was in Annual Staff '57, '58, Art Editor '58, College Club '57, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Journalism Staff '57, '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Room Agent '56, Sphinx '58, Thespians '58, Sophomore Debate '56, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cabinet '58. Lightle, Larry Glenn Son of Mr, and Mrs. Hannum: See the U.S.A. in a Chevrolet. Sputtering Sputnik: People who are try- ing to do something they don't know any- thing about. "Andy" was on Business Staff of Reggille Review '58, Distributive Educa- tion ' . Lippincott, Linda Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lippincott: Why are boys so stubborn? Sputtering Sputnik: Tall boys who pick on small girls. "Lynn" was in Chorus '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Long, Elinore Joann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greer L. Long: Where are the other three? Sputtering Sputnik: Little brothers who know little brothers who have big brothers who iust won't co-operate. "That's right!" fHi, Sweetiell "Ellie" was in Chorus '57, Girls' Base- ball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Ggls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '5 Lonzo, William Carroll Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Lonzo: Bewitched, bothered and bewildered. hSputtering Sputnik: You're safe in saying t at. "Willie" was in Cross Country '58, Science Club '56, Speedball '56, Track '56, '57, '58. loar, Earl Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Richards: Magic moments. Sputtering Sputnik: Those after-school play practices. "Earl" was in Chorus '57, '58, Music Appreciation '58. Loar, Linda Anne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Loar: l'm waiting for my one big billing. Sputtering Sputnik: 'Tis better to have loved a short fellow than to never have loved a 'tail. "Peanut" was in Annual Staff, typist '58, Band '56, '57, Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Journalism Staff '58, typist, Patron Staff '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Music Appreciation '58, G. A. A., Captain in Volleyball and Basketball, Business Staff '57, '58. Loper, Cora Sue Daughter of Mr. Clyde Loper and Mrs. Catherine Loper: ln the land of Iet's pretend. Sputtering Sputnik: Football players who keep early hours through the week. iHi, Larryj. "Lollypop" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Loughman, David lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyhurst: Keep it gay. Sputtering Sputnik: Girls who like Kiddie- land. "Fruit". Loughman, Sally Ann Daughter of Mrs. Imogene Loughman: l guess l'm going to have to take up archery. Sputtering Sputnik: Those gay slumber parties, but oh, the next day. "Sally" was in Business Staff '58, Distri- butive Education '58, President '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, treasurer '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '56, treasurer '58. lucas, Leann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lucas: A gentle heart is tied with an easy thread. Sputtering Sputnik: Why, two or none? My various nicknames-Rose, Nose, and Leo. "Leon" was in Chorus '56, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Base-bail '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, secretary '57, Science Club '58, Sphinx '58, Student Council '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '57, vice president '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58. G. A. A. '58, Business Staff '58, Patron Staff '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58. "Carl". through it. quiet. McCartan, Marie Kathleen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McCartan: l've taken up bird watching. Sputtering Sputnik: Slumber parties and people who tease me about my dimples. lHi, Judylj "Myrtle" was in Annual Staff '58, Band '56, '57, '58, Business Staff '56, Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. McCleary, Garnet Joanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jason L. McCleary: He's a Jim Dandy. Sputtering Sputnik: No boys are like him, that's right, he's my Jim. "Jo" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girs' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, vice president '57, Y-Teen '56, '57, '58, cabinet '58, G. A. A. '58, Captain in Volleyball and Basketball, Sphinx '58, Business Staff '58, Cup and Chaucer '58, Music Appreciation '58. luke, Carleton Gerald Son of Mrs. Charles Luke: As having nothing and possessing all things. . Souttering Sputnik: These shop critics. Lybarger, Mary Kathleen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lybarger: Love is like the measles, we all have to go Sputtering Sputnik: People who think l am "Mary" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. McCrillis, Judith Ann Daughter of Mrs. lsabell McCrillis: Love is a beautiful dream. Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting for that lucky FOR-REST. "Judy" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '58. McDonald, Sue Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. George Mc- Donald: To worry about tomorrow is to be unhappy today. Sputtering Sputnik: Myron, maiorettes and somebody named Miller fHi, Chari. "Teach" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Maior- ette '56, '57, Head Maiorette '58, Band Council '56, '57, '58, Band Librarian '56, '57, College Club '58, Contest Speaking '56, '57, Sophomore Debate '56, Varsity Debate '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Les Copains de Francais '58, Cup and Chaucer '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58, secretary '58, Patron Staff '58. McMahan, John Darwin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin McMahan: Quiet but not unnoticed. Sputtering Sputnik: Women drivers. "John" was in Honor Society '58. McMannis, Darlene Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. McMannis: With thee silence is pain. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, those '46 Fords and "Jim" classes. "Dee" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '58. McGinnis, Daniel Clyde Son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McGinnis: Merrily he rolls along in his Ford. Sputtering Sputnik: Traffic Cops. "Danny" was in Cup and Chaucer Club '58. McKim, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. McKim: How goodness heightens beauty. Sputtering Sputnik: It is better to have lcffled and lost than never to have loved at a . "Barbie" was in College Club '57, Science Club '58, treasurer '58, Thespians '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Dramatics Club '56, '57, Mathematics Club '58, Astronomy Club '57, '58, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, Sophomore Debate '56, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Madam Chang in lost Horizon, Music Appreciation '58. McKinney, Cyrus Granger Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. McKinney: Who says you can't be serious and have 'fun too? Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't un- derstand. "Cy" was in College Club '58, Intra- mural Baseball '56, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Basketball '56, Reserve Football '56, Room Agent '56, Sphinx '58, Track '57, '58, Varsity Basketball '57, '58, Varsity Bggeball '56, '57, '58, Varsity Football '57, McLaughlin, Judith Lillian Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mc- Laughlin: Life is not at all without delight. Sputtering Sputnik: Things are tough all over-Right Kids? "Judy" was in Chorus '57, '58, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Maidel, Ronald Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Maidel: ' l'm iust an old Scotchman. Sputtering Sputnik: Early morning band rehearsals. "Butch" was in Band '56, '57, '58. Mann, Zane English Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mann: Cheerful associates ease the task. Sputtering Sputnik: Those people who drive Fords-when will they learn? "Murf". McNutt, Chloe Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy H. McNutt: Never sad is she. Sputtering Sputnik: Certain boys with certain Chevies. Right, gang? "Opal" was in Chorus '56, '57, Girls' Base- gill '53, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Y-Teens ' , '5 . Maddux, Carol Jaan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horace B. Maddux: She's full of meaning and good wishes. Sputtering Sputnik: Silence is golden, but with me it's an outcast. Hi Judy-Eleanor-gang. "Syl" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. G.A.A. 58, Patron Staff '58. Markham, Judith Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Mark- ham: Silence never betrays a woman. Sputtering Sputnik: Trying to get to gym class on time from the fourth floor. "Judy" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Markle, Judy Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Markle: Laugh and the world laughs with you. Cry and you cry alone. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me hot rod. IHi, Bobl. "Judy" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review, Chorus '56, Distributive Education '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Miller, Barbara Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller: A merry heart goes all the day. Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting for that Sonny day. "Barb" was on Business Staff of the Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, treasurer '58, Patron Staff '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Honor Society '58. Miller, Charlette Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller: We wear "Short Shorts." Sputtering Sputnik: Attempting to drive the car without wrecking it with seven iabber- ing maiorettes, broken headlights, 'faulty muffler, and a banged-up door. "Char" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Maiorette '57, '58, Band Council '57, '58, Business Staff '58, College Club '57, '58, Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Patron Staff '58, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, vice president '58, Music Appreciation '58. Marmie, Janet Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marmie: What's life without love? Sputtering Sputnik: Those weekends. lHi, Chuckl. "Janet" was in Girls' Baseball '56 ,Girls' gagketggll '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Y-Teens Martin, Barbara Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Martin: Youth will have it's fling. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't be- lieve l'm California bound. lHi, Judyl. "Barb" was in Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Room Agent '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Miller, Iva Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Miller: As good as gold. Sputtering Sputnik: Long weeks and short weekends. "Pug" was in Science Club '56, Chorus '57, Miller, Philip James Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Miller: Don't worry, it makes deep wrinkles. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain guy who drives a '56 Ford. lHi, Dickl. "Phil" was in Class officers '58, treasurer, College Club '57, Room Agent '56, '57, Student Council '56, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58. Martin, linda Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Martin: She walks in beauty like the night. Sputtering Sputnik: The treasurer of the Cup and Chaucer Club. "Lin" was in Business Staff '56, '58, Col- lege Club '58, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Metcalf, Nancy Jo Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Metcalf: lt's no sin to look at a nice girl. Sputtering Sputnik: Working on Friday and Saturday nights. "Nancy" was in Chorus '56, '57, College ggib '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Honor Society Mitchell, James Melvin Son of Mr. Edward Mitchell and Mrs. J. W. Moody: He has a heart of gold under that exterior. Sputtering Sputnik: Have gun will travel. Jo and I had a rough time during our senior year, but it didn't bother me too much. It wasn't the first time she was out of work. "Jim" was in Sphinx '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58, and Conway in lost Horizon, Thespians '58, Reveille iournalist without portfolio '58. Montgomery, Joyce Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Montgomery: The house goes mad when women gab. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Joycie and getting up in the morning. "Mae" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basket- ball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Radio Club '56, '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Music Appreciation '58. Moore, James Claude Son of Claude C. Moore and Mrs. Edward Mitchell: A spoke in the wheel that made the wheel go round. Sputtering Sputnik: What I lack in exper- ience I make up in enthusiasm, lor is it the other way round?l "Jim" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Sphinx '58, Track '56, '57, '58, Varsity Football '57, Hi-C Club '56, '57, '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, Music Appreciation '58. Moore, Mary Joanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kennard Moore: One's real life is often the life that one does not lead. Sputtering Sputnik: Certain people. IHi, Madlison kidsl. ., on. Myers, Paul William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Myers: Out of school, into life's school. Sputtering Sputnik: "Please remain seated while the bar is in motion". "Willie" was in College Club '58, Cross Country '58, "N" Club '56, '57, Reserve Football '56, Sphinx '58, Track '57, '58, Varsity Football '57, Les Copains de Fran- cais '57, '58, treasurer '58. Myers, Thomas Stanton Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Myers: Poof, and then it was all over. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Stanton "Ike" was in College Club '58, Key Club '57, '58, Music Appreciation '58, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Basketball '56, Reserve Football '56, Room Agent '56, Track '56, '57, '58, Varsity Basketball '57, '58, Varsity Foot- ball '56, '57, '58, cup and chaucer club '58, sh rw A .. ' dei 31: Se 1' -' Q.: 1 ,... Moorman, Wayne Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moorman: Be good if you can. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Wayne, "Gene". Morgan, Marjorie May Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard L. Morgan: Be gone dull care, l'm busy. Sputtering Sputnik: ln the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of- baseball? "Margie" was in College Club '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Science Club '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56 '57, '58, Mathematics Club 58, Astronomy Club '57, '58, secretary-treas- urer '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, :Music Stgppreciation '58, Chemistry Lab Assis- ant ' . L55 Copains de Francais '57, '58, president North, Stanley Raymond Son of Mr. John North and Mrs. Clinton f ff-QQ-'3': f' ' 'L 4 .22 , -F: t Neely, Donald Herman Grandson of H. G. Shakely: I am as bad as the worst, but also I am as good as the best. Sputtering Sputnik: People who imbibe alcoholic malts. "Herm" was in German Club '57, '58, treasurer '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Neff, Emilie Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Neff: Young at heart. Sputtering Sputnik: People who say l have cocker spaniel eyes. "Em" was in Reserve Cheerleaders '57, '58, Dramatics '57, vice president '57, Patron Staff '57, Homecoming Queen attendant '58, Room Agent '56, '58, Student Council '57, '58, Thespians '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58. 50 Mosher, Thomas Alton Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosher: Who can say what I will become? Spattering Sputnik: Doggy '32 Chevy's. H os... Myers, Dixie Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Myers: Who says I mind long rides? Sputtering Sputnik: Those GAy Long Edsels that seNd me Will BEBOUT for a long time. fI'm heret. "Dix" was on Business Staff '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyyball '56, '58, Patron Staff '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Renzello: Life is like a puppet, all you have to do is pull the right strings. Sputtering Sputnik: Not enough sleep and too many parties. "Pick" was in College Club '57: Cross Country '56, Science Club '56, '57: Track '57, Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Nutt, Ruth Evelyn ' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nutt: Live and let live. Sputtering Sputnik: Those week-day nights. "Ruthie Ann" was in Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Home Economics Club '56 Nutter, Roberta Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Nutter: So near and yet so far. Sputtering Sputnik: Having my paiamas on when unexpected company comes. lHi, Jimi. "Bobbie" was on Business Staff of the Reveille Review '58, Business Staff '57, '58, Distributive Education '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '5 . Ode, William Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ode: What's the use wondering? Sputtering Sputnik: Mixing School Books with a fishing pole. "Bill" was in Sphinx '58. Plummer, Sally Ann Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. G. Plummer: Just give her a question and she'll argue it. Sputtering Sputnik: Purple cows, externp, slumber parties and Butchie Mae. "Sal" was in College Club '57, '58, Con- test Speaking '56, '57, '58, Patron Staff '56, Radio Club '57, '58, Varsity Debate '56, '57, '58, National Forensic League '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58. Posey lkinel, Betty Jean Daughter of Mrs. Edith Posey and the late Harry E. Posey: Reaching for the moon. Sputtering Sputnik: "Betty" was on Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Business Staff '56, '58, Chorus '56, '57, Distributive Education '58, Drama- Orr, Robert Marion Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman H. Orr: We could make such beautiful music. Sputtering Sputnik: Teachers in the fourth- floor hall. "Bob" was in intramural Baseball '57, '58, Key .Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Varsity Baseball '56, Varsity Football '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Parker, Carolyn Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shaw: DE, you know what little boys are made o . Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting for a RAIN- BOW. "Hot lips" was on Business Staff '57, '58, Chorus '56, G. A. A. '58, Patron Staff '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. tics Club '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Pound, Sandra .lane Pound, Arthur Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pound: A square peg never tits in a round hole. Sputtering Sputnik: Cousins, everywhere cousins. If l'd run for Mayor l'd be sure to win it l'd get the support of my dear cousins. "Frog" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Col- lege Club '57, Science Club '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Mathematics Club '58. Pound, Dale Milton Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pound: You watch my step. Sputtering Sputnik: Jim Mitchell. "Dinky". l Parker, Edward Dale Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker: Bid me to live and I will live. Sputtering Sputnik: Cars create problems which take money. "Lacky". Pickering, Myrlie Nida 'Daughter of Mrs. Ruby Pickering: Fascina- tion. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me little girl. "lVlyrt" was on Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin W. Pound: Pretend. Sputtering Sputnik: Band Rehearsal until 4:00 every Thursday. "Sandy" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '58, No. 2 Woodwind Quintet '57, College Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Music Appreciation '58, No. l Woodwind Quintet. Pursley, Phyllis Nadine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Pursley: Party Doll. Sputtering Sputnik: Navy blue and certain Fords lHi, Mikel. "Sam" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, College Club '58, Pep Band '58. l l I , -1. .., 5 W s Pyle, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pyle: Between you and me. Sputtering Sputnik: The way to be seen is stand up, the way to be heard is speak up, and the way to be appreciated is shut UP. "Pud" was in College Club '57, '58, presi- dent '58, German Club '57, '58, Girls' Base- ball '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Sphinx '58, Student Coun- cil '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '57, Honor Society '58, Music Appreciation '58. Rader, Gretchen Jan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark C. Rader: Above the pitch, out of tune, and oft the hinges. Sputtering Sputnik: Those people who call me Hot Rod, iust because they see me in a fuel iniection. "Rodent" was in Business Staff '56, '58, College Club '57, Girls Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Latin Club '58, secretary '58. Cup and Reed, James Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Reed: Cares may be many, but l have none. Sputtering Sputnik: People who poke me in the ribs. ' 'Breezy" was in "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Reserve Baseball, manager '56, Room Agent '58, Sphinx '58, Thespians '56, '57, '58, Varsity Basketball, manager '57, '58, Varsity Baseball, manager '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. Reed, Peggy Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson J. Davisson: Sandy hair and a sunny smile. Sputtering Sputnik: The long wait until week ends. lHi, Chet '38, "Pat" was in Girls' Baseball '56. Raison, William Terry Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Raison, There's nothing like fun, is there? Sputtering Sputnik: People who get 'l0O when the teacher grades on the curve. "Rock" was in Key Club '56, '57, '58, Science Club '56, '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58. Ratliff, Mary Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Ratliff: Rushing from one thing to another. Sputtering Sputnik: People who tease me about my southern accent. "Rat" was in Business Staff of the Reveille Review '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Radio Club '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, Annual Business Staff '58, Patron Staff '58. D. E. Organiation 58, Hi-C 58, Sphinx '58. Chaucer Club '58. Retherford, Geraldine Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Retherford: Reinbeau, Richard Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Reinbeau: The real character of a man is 'found out by his amusements. Sputtering Sputnik: People who say l'm Bashful. "DiCk". Renick, Jeanette Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Renick: Conversation is a game of circles. Sputtering Sputnik: Doing today what I could put off until tomorrow. f'Jeane" was in College Club '57, Radio Club '57, Dramatics '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Apreciation '58. 52 Ratliff, William Joseph Son of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph C. Ratliff: This learning, what a bore it is. Sputtering Sputnik: "The crown of life is love and "Loar" fare. "Toad" was in Band '56, '57, Chorus '56, Sphinx '58. Redman, James Sheldon Son of Mrs. Howard Redman and the late Howard Redman: Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you. Sputtering Sputnik: Embouchers and girls -both problems. "Jim" was in Band '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, Room Agent '56, Science Club '57, Hi-C Club '56, treasurer '56, Cup and Chau- cer Club '58, Mathematics Club '58, vice president '58, Honor Society '58. All good things come round to her who will wait. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Gerry. "Gerry" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58. Rizzo, Rosalie Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Rizzo: Let's have some excitement. Sputtering Sputnik: lrishmen and convert- ibles lHi Terryi. "Toke" was in College Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '56, '57, '58, secretary '57, president '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58. Roberts, Carol lynn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burrell Roberts: Hail, Hail, the gang's all here. Sputtering Sputnik: Hi, gang, you should have seen, I mean, you should have heard, oh well, be there next time. "Tank" was in Chorus '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, ggls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, Robinson, Wava Juanita Daughter of Mrs. Florine Robinson: A blond haired lass with plenty of class. Sputtering Sputnik: Always placing high in a skating club contest, but never at a state skating contest. "Wave" was in Chorus '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Scanlon, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Richards: Watching the world go round. Sputtering Sputnik: A sophomore brother who won't get up. "Red" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58. Scarrett, Joseph Raymond Son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Scarrett: Everyone should learn to drive a car. Sputtering Sputnik: Those late Saturday nights lon Western Avenue. lHi, Judyl. 'Joe '. Romine, Iris Ann fMoranj Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Romine: All have their favorites. Sputtering Sputnik: The day l acquired that new title-Mrs. iHi, Jackl. 58"lris" was in Chorus '58. Business Staff Salmon, .Ioan Ashley Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Salmon: Life is what we make it. Sputtering Sputnik: Eating hotdogs at 4:00 in the morning. "Fish" was in College Club '58, Science Club '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music Appreciation '58, At Marion High School, Indiana, Latin Club '56, Y-Teens '56, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56. Sceurman, Andy Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Sceurman: His smiles are as bright as sunshine. Sputtering Sputnik: Going to classes. "Andy". Schonhar, Charles Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schonhar: You'll like him lust as he is. Sputtering Sputnik: l don't get enough sleep. "Charlie" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Hi-Y '56, '57, vice president '57. Sams, Gary Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Sams: Gabriel, blow your horn. Sputtering Sputnik: People who keep their lip in condition. "Sam" was in Band '56, '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Science Club '57, treasurer '57, Mathematics Club '58, president '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Hi-C Club '56, Honor Society '58. Scaffide, Eleanor May Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Scaftide: Sugar and spice and everything nice. Sputtering Sputnik: Everyone's a grouch. fHi, Janl. "Dizzy" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, vice president '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Patron Staff '58. Scott, Kenneth Ray Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bertrem E. Scott: No civilized person ever goes to bed the same day he gets up. Sputtering Sputnik: "Slow drivers". "Ken Ray" was in College Club '57, Hi-Y '56, Intramural Baseball '56, Intramural Basketball '57, '58, Room Agent '56, '57, Dramatics '56, Los Burritos '57. Seckle, Anne R. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Seckle: Why be serious? Sputtering Sputnik: Nicknames, coaches parties, and lourl Dodge. fHi, Rayl. "Annie" was in Chorus '57, Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Educa- tion '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Honor Society '58. Seidle, Louise Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Seidle: A kind of friend who lasts to the end. Sputtering Sputnik: Horseback riding. "Luigi" was in Home Economics Club '56. Shawhan, Sylvia Lee Daughter of Mr. and Ntrs. Ralph Shawhan: Fair and fair and twice as fair. Sputtering Sputnik: Oh, to be able to live, laugh, and never be lonely. "Syl" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Contemporary History Club '56, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volley- ball '56, Library Assistants '56, Patron Staff '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '56, Y-Teens '56. Shepard, John Fredrick Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Shephard: He blushes, all is well. Sputtering Sputnik: Brothers who won't let me use their cars on Saturdays nights. "Freddy" was in Audio Visual Service Club '58, Varsity Baseball '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. sl S5555 555' ' 1. s .. . 'F'if1.2"'5"'?5:"'E'5f2-5-1-:-:-Ei! ""' - .-...::f1fi1,:e:-:'..I'-fe. J 54 Shade, Sharon Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Shade: Some think the world is made for fun and trolic, and so do I. Sputtering Sputnik: People who tease me too much. "Sharon" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. G. A. A. 58, Softball '58. Sidwell, Steven Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Siclewell: Curiosity is little more than another name for hope. Sputtering Sputnik: Women drivers. "Steve" was in College Club '58, Key Club '58, Varsity Baseball '57. Skinner, Nancy Ann Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Durward A. Skinner: She is always laughing for she has an infinite deal of wit. Sputtering Sputnik: Slumber parties and purple cows! l "Nan" was in College Club '57, '58, treasurer '58, Contest Speaking '56, '57, First place in OHSSL district '58, Future Teachers '57, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basket- ball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Sphinx '58, Varsity Debate '57, '58, National Forensic League '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '58, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '5B. Smart, Linda Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Smart: A constant friend is a thing hard to find. Sputtering Sputnik: Going to school and getting there on time. "Linda" was in College Cluo '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58, Honor Society '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Smith, Betty Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Smith: Personality is to a girl what perfume is to , a flower. Sputtering Sputnik: Those long weeks and short weekends. "Betty" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Span must we labor Sputtering Sput up their minds. "Jim" was in 'A 'H J' " iii "" V ,.,, . ., U ,Q ' gler, James F. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spangler: Why on weekends? nik: Girls who can't make Chorus '56, '57, Spanish Club '57. :.-- . ',-' : 'gi W Spellman, Richard Allen I , K lnnluv Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Speilman: 2 jj Boys will be men one day. ..QEf:'g!f' Sputtering Sputnik: l don't like to be ' cal led Smiley. ""' "Dick" was a Reserve Football manager '::,..E i -1 '56, Sprng, Michael Barrie Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Spring: A man of mark. Sputtering Sputnik: Can i drive, huh? "Porky". Stasel, Patrick William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stasel: We may be as good as we please, if we please to be good. Sputtering Sputnik: Teachers who collect homework. "Pat". Stevens, Nancy Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Warthen: What man can calculate, woman can do. Sputtering Sputnik: The long waits for a certain fellow. "Little Nancy". Stevens, Patricia Aileen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Leon Stevens: My love is like a rod, red rose. Sputtering Sputnik: Larry. "Scrubble" was in Band '58, At St. Eupharias, Columbus, Aileen was in Glee Club '56, '57, Band '56, '57, Dramatics '56, '57, Choir '56, '57. Sta uffer, David Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stauffer: My business and my art is to live. d Sputtering Sputnik: People who want to rag. "Stogy" was in Hi-Y '58. Stevens, Lurinda Jane Let us go in and dance once more on dream's glimmering floor. Sputtering Sputnik: Having to wait for one and only, but hoping I v1on't have to wait too long. iHi, Sweetiei. "Lindy" was on Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, Y- Teens '56, '57, '58. Stevens, Trudy Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Stevens: A friendly heart wins in many ways. Sputtering Sputnik: Green Fords, beards, Rickey's hit song, and people that talk about my driving, "Snatch", and Bob's driving lessons. "Trudie Mae" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '57, '58, Chorus '56, '57, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Room Agent '56, Y-Teens '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Music Aprpecia- tion '58, Patron's Staff '58. Stickle, Larry Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren J. Stickle: All things come to him who waits. Sputtering Sputnik: Blonds who have aunts. "Red" was in Band '56, Los Burritos '57, '58, Room Agents '58. Storer, Judith Gay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Storer: Life and love are all a dream. Sputtering Sputnik: To be the quiet type- who me? "Judy" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review '58, Distributive Education '58, Y- Teens '56, '57, '58, G. A. A. '58. Strouse, Connie Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Strouse: Rest is for the dead. Sputtering Sputnik: Trying to keep up with the Joneses lHi, Herbiej. "Connie" was in Business Staff '57, Chorus '56, College Club '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volley- ball '56, '58, Dramatics '56, '57, Radio Club '56, '57, president '56, Thespians '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, cabinet '56, 57, secre- tary '58, Homecoming Queen Attendant '58, Music Appreciation '58. Swick, Charles David Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Swick: He Sullivan, Patricia Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, C. Sullivan: Her ways are always of pleasantness. Sputtering Sputnik: Give me an inch and l'll take a FOOTE. lHi, Garyl. "Sully was in Business Staff '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '23, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Honor Society Swank, Robert Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Swank: I eat well, drink well, sleep well, but that's all brother. Sputtering Sputnik: People who think l'm a hot rod. lHi, Judyi. "DilIy-Dip" was in College Club '57, '58, Key Club '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Mathematics Club '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58, treasurer '58. possesses a winning way. Sputtering Sputnik: Three good movies at the drive-in with ll:30 training rules. "Dave" was in College Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Key Club '57, '58, "N" Club '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Student Council '57, '58, Varsity Football '57, '58, Honor Society '58, Music Apprecia- tion '58, Mathematics Club '58. Thompson, .lack Arthur Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thompson: Speech will be the death of me. Sputtering Sputnik: Having to listen to a certain teacher ask, "Jack, are you still there?" "The Spectator" was in Journalism Staff '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Thompson, Marge Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Thompson: A smile is but a whisper of a laugh. Sputtering Sputnik: This crazy mixed-up life. lHi, Eviej. "Margie" was in Business Staff of Reveille Review, Distributive Education '58, Patron Sggtfli-?'57, '58, Chorus '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, F' ' Thompson, William Edward "5 Son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thompson: Conceit is the finest armour any man can ,gig wear. Spvtte-ring Sputnik: People who Call me I Moby. "Wiffle l" was in College Club '57, Key club '57, '5a. ----: r,-r 1 J ---ra Toler, Susan .lane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Toler: Oh, silly women, full of innocence. Sputtering Sputnik: Always being the little sister. . . "Suze" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Les Copains de Fran- cais '57, '58, Library Assistants '57, Patron Staff '56, '57, '58, Room Agent '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58. Tomlinson, Ralph Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Adam Tomlin- son: Let's take a walk. Sputtering Sputnik: Miss Rodgers and the teachers parking lot. "Rat" was in Reserve Football '56, Journalism '57, Music Apreciation '58. Trager, Ronald Arthur Son ot Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Trager: The world may get along without me, but l doubt it. . Sputtering Sputnik: Women drivers. "Trigger" was in Band '56, '57, '58, manager '57, '58, Dance Band '57, '58, Pep Band '58, Audio Visual Service Club '56, '57, '58, Stage manager '57, '58. Trexel, Ann Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Trexel: lt's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice. Sputtering Sputnik: Cars that don't have horns. "Trix" was in Business Staff '56, '57, '58, Cheerleader '56, '57, Varsity '58, Chorus '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volley- ball '56, '58, Patron Staff '58, Student Coun- cil '57, '58, Sphinx '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, treasurer '56, cabinet '57, president '58, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Best Citi- zen '56, Dramatics '56, Girls Ensemble '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Homecoming T Queen Attendant '58. G. A. A. '58, Music l Appreciation Board of Directors '58. 56 Tucker, Barbara Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Tucker: Do all good shepherds watch out for their sheep? Sputtering Sputnik: A certain guy in a certain '56 Ford. lHi, G. SJ. "Barb" was in Business Staff '58, Chorus gg, 1537, Patron Staff '57, '58, Y-Teens Tyson, Jacqueline Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond R. Tyson: lt matters not how long we live, but how. Sputtering Sputnik: The Navy and it's not- very-long furloughs. iHi, Dicki. "Jackie" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Van Hook, Ronald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Van Hook: l live but tor myself. Sputtering Sputnik: Everyone talking at once. "Hooker" was Business manager of the Regveille Review '58, Distributive Education '5 Voris, Donald Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Voris: I like work, it fascinates me. I coiuld sit and look at it for hours. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't believe me when l'm telling the truth. "Tom" was in Annual Staff '57, '58, Sports Editor '57, Editor-in-Chief '58, College Club '58, Journalism Staff '57, '58, Associate Editor of Reveille Review '58, "N" Club '57, '58, Reserve Football '56, Sphinx '58, Varsity Football '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Ulrich, Judith Ann Daughter of Mrs. William Ulrich: How goodness heightens beauty. Sputtering Sputnik: Those short week ends and long school days. lHi, Georgei. "Judy" was in Chorus '56, Girls' Base- ball '56, '58, Girls' Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Urban, Donald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Urban: Silence never betrays him. Sputtering Sputnik: Taller little brothers. "Don" was in College Club '57, German Club '57, '58, Mathematics Club '58. .." 1 if . s XX, " Qs X .N X ,V FX X X X X X. . 2 XX X S S. . X X M s . , 5 X at X t . Rss' Q X X some X 48 B. x X B X ss M . t.:.:.:,. . N9 , Q ..... vc Weaver, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weaver: Words are the physicians of a mind diseased. Sputtering Sputnik: People who work on cars all the time. lHi, Larryl. "Judy" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Weidner, Larry Albert Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Weidner: l'll take you on any day. Sputtering Sputnik: Chevies. "Larry" was in Reserve Football '56. Waldren, Leroy Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon L. Waldren: The rich advantage of good excuse. Sputtering Sputnik: Lack of School spirit. "Lee" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Audio Visual Service Club '56, Science Club '56. Warthen, Sandra Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Warthen: Never a harsh word. Sputtering Sputnik: The Navy and those short week-end passes. lHi, Jiml. "Sandy" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Busi- n5e5s Staff '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, Honor Society Welch, William Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Welch: I am a great friend of amusements. Sputtering Sputnik: Girls' who talk too much. "Will", Wells, Delores Madaline Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wells: It she's not near the man she loves, she loves the man she's near. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't mean what they say. "Kibi" was in Business Staff '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, Room Agent '57, Sphinx '58, Y-'Teens '56, '57. Westbrook, Ruth Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. West- brook: Silence is the mother of truth. Sputtering Sputnik: The crowded M. A. S. School Bus. "Ruth" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, Y Teens '56, '57, '58, Sale Organization '58. White, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. E. White: What sweet delight a quiet life affords. Sputtering Sputnik: Fellows who think they drive better than gals. Need l say more? "Shirl" was in Chorus '56, Girls Baseball '56, '58, Girls' Baskeball '56, '58, Girls' 5 Volleyball '56, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Whitis, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Whitis: Her bright smile haunts me still. Sputtering Sputnik: HUNTing for that very important dollar BILL in front of the band room on Wednesday nights. "Carol Mae" was in Band '56, '57, '58, Pep Band '57, '58, Chorus '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls, Baseball '56, Les Copains de Francais '57, '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Honor Society '58, Music Appreciation '58, Patrons Staff '58. Daughter of Mr. and Slow and steady wins Sputtering Sputnik: who call me Cactus. "Little T-90" was in Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. Williams, Rosetta Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Williams: I was one of the tempted, but I was strong. Sputtering Sputnik: A certain guy who is 5 feet, II inches tall, has blond curly hair, and convincing blue eyes. lHi, Paul, Mom, and Dadl. "Rosie" was in Business Staff '56, Chorus '55, Girls' Basketball '55, Patron Staff '56, Y-Teens '56. Williams, Carolyn Jeanette Mrs. Oscar Williams: the race. Chevy's and people Chorus '56, '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Whyde, Bonnie Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan B. Whyde: Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear. Sputtering Sputnik: Waiting on those letters from that very special soldier. "Bonnie" was in Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58. 57 educated will. Wolfe, Jerry Balcom Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Wolfe: A gentleman by nature and a scholar by edu- cation. Sputtering Sputnik: Wreckless drivers. Ask Ernie and Willie. "Jerry" was in Key Club '58, Reserve Football manager '56, Track Manager '56, '57, '58, Varsity Basketball manager '57, '58, Honor Society '58, "N" Club '56, '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Music.Apprecia- tion '58, president. Wolfe, larry Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfe: A sound mind in a manly body. Sputtering Sputnik: People who call me Woof. ustudn Winkelman, June Yvonne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Winkelman, A good friend never offends. Sputtering Sputnik: People who start to answer a question, but never tinish.fHi, Budj, "June" was in Chorus '56, '57, '58, College Club '58, Future Teachers '56, Los Burritos '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Y-Teens '56, '57, '58, Music Appreciation '58, Business Staff Business Manager '58, Volley- ball '5'8, H. M. S. Pinafore '58. Wright, Lowell David Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wright: Quiet in manner and deed, Sputtering Sputnik: People who talk too much. "Harty" was in Honor Society '58. soul is mine. Saum, Charles William Son ot Rev. and Mrs Saum No Coward Sputtering Sputnik No money for TBird "Samba" was in Senior Class Play 58 Researve Football 56 Yanhs, Mary Myrtle Daughter of Mrs Ethel Poling and the late John W. Yantls Character is perfectly Sputtering Sputnik. People who know everything, but never understand anything. "Mary" was in Glee Club '57. 58 Wollos, Joseph Howard YWH9, RGBHV? Ward Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wollos, To SQY1 of Nlf- iI'1Gl.MfS- -l0l1l't H- YOUNQ1 an upright man a good reputation is the MSHS VIBIUVGS Bfevallke- U greayesf inheritance, Sputtering Sputnik: Walking up and down Sputtering Sputnik: People who mispro- H1056 SYHIFS. nOUl'lCE YTIY name. "Joe" was in Band '56, '57, '58. Haw". Wooles, Leonard Everett Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Wooles: There's always time for mischief. Sputtering Sputnik: Don't do today what can be put off until tomorrow. "Lennie" was in Annual Staff '57, '58, Associate Editor '58, Journalism Staff '57, '58: Editor of the Reveille Review '58g Key Club '56, '57, '5B: "N" Club '56, '57, '58: Reserve Football '56g Room Agent '56, Varsity Football '57, '58: Mathematics Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '58, Intramural Baseball '58, Zesiger, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zesiger: Dance, ballerina, dance. Sputtering Sputnik: People who don't pro- nounce my name right. "Patsy" was in Business Staff '57, Home Economics Club, president '56g Sphinx '58y Patrons Staff '58: Glee Club '58. Thomas, Willie Davis Son of Mr. and Mrs. Randle Thomas: Each man for himself and the devil for every man. Sputtering Sputnik: l wish I could visit Alaska. "Foe Poe ll" was in Chorus '56: College Club '58, Mathematics Club '58: Key Club '56, '57, '58: Vice president '58: Cup and Chaucer Club '58. Jones, Sylvia Elizabeth Keebler, Rosie Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jones: Daughter of Albertha Keehler: Oh, if l l'm falling in love again. could only cook. Sputtering Sputnik: Those people who Sputtering Sputnik: keep such late hours. "l.ilt" was in Chorus '55, '56: Girls' Base l5g'Sil" was in Chorus '56: Y-Teens '56, '57. ball '56, '57. af ' NSG -wg: .. has X x , ,4i:5:g, X ,mx x -N', PAF? ,533 slffulo e yn? ' 0 ,S A2 L7j9NEf Mwy Jams? fi?-H'?fJ fkfaefaxfk 3 .,.' 5 Cxo1'l'fN'5 "J 5. .'-"' - 0 zgz 'W 7 'P "" Q R 3 SEK 4 af W . I' 3 fcfaflif kzffe Cmviy Dffgfslkhif ffaaffw 75 ex wif e' 19- Kwfn Ayagcllq 1.-"lv5mf5'vN Jo pfffi' rdcifx Sami Y 5429 fgfw as ff, S' . fig i.. 'ii BM Tkmmfgsen E:,sfaiE,sa ::. V, Bium Cmialaifcs Pxaiumad A R V mmm R .,-:-v"-v H: .V ..:.,.,:.-.,:.., if f:'f-ifFA'k'gf7 J b J R wh. 3 i 25 1 2 V. 1 ..,s :eww M Q ' JCNS A ' ':'-"' I 35:-:,,:vi:E.Q:i: :II Jnmiiiimk .:-.gig ::. 2 SUE MYQDMM M ',.:x::Z i you Eqjiwi h h ' 635' . 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Euchumqn Cmn 557: rm UfLJ8lf'CZ6L65lflfL8lfL Picture by Bruce Wood Geoffrey Leister Cstandiugj and Raymond Brown and David Smith Ckneelingj hold rockets they have prepared for firing omior Cfddd Ummm v PHILLIP RICHCREEK JACK FULTON President Vice President MARY TNNINEM MARILYN BOYLING Treasurer Secretary Row i David Adams Ellen Alban Reese Alban Row 2 Barbara Allen Grace Allen Judith Allen Row 3 James Amspaugh Jack Anderson Larry Armstrong Row 4 Robert Azbell Robert Bachmann John Bagent Row 5 Janet Baker Phillip Baker Karl Balser Row 6 Barbara Barton Linda Baughman Judy Baumgardner Row 7 Richard Beckman Bonna Beeney June Beggs Row 8 Beth Ann Belter Robert Bernett David Bero Row 9 James Berry John Bibart Darl Billingsley Row 'IO Sandy Birkey Gail Blakeley Suzanne Blamer Row 1'l James Bline Joseph Bline Betty Bodkin Not pictured: Neil Allen Row 'l Richard Boerstler Carol Boggs Gary Bolen Row 2 Gerald Boring Billie Jane Bowman Donald Boyce Row 3 Carole Boyling Marilyn Boyling Nancy Bradshaw Row 4 Fielding Braffet Richard Bringardner Douglas Brookhart Row 5 Marcia Brothers Barbara Brown Rachel Brown Row 6 Kenneth Bryan Barbara Buchanan Fred Burden Row 7 Mary Burton Dorothy Bush William Butler Row 8 Marilyn Cameron Ronald Carson Darla Jean Carr Row 9 Jerry Cashdollar Tom Chapman Wilma Chapman Row 'IO Roberta Charlton Carol Chase Phillip Chesser Row ll James Church Alice Clark Harold Clawson Not pisrwedf Janet Cavey 65 I c. Row 1 Alice Clayton Janet Cline Jeffrey Coelho Mary Row 2 William Coelho Darlene Colby Carol Compton Row 3 Sally Cowles Suzanne Cree Christine Crist Row 4 Judy Cunningham Dolores Cupples Bruce Davidson Row 5 Daniel Davis l Marjorie Davis Oscar Davis Row 6 Joanne Day Ned Dean Mary Ann Denner Row 7 Jerry Diss Diana Douglas Paul Dove Row 8 Cynthia Dowling Elizabeth Dowling Robert Dragics Row 9 Richard Dudgeon Nancy Dyer Allen Eclelaerry Row 10 Lola Edgell Warren Edman James Edwards Row ll Bonnie Egnew Mary Anna Enich Sandy Eppert Row I Dan Evans Pattie Evans Susan Everett Row 2 Joyce Farmer Sam Farrington Constance Feaster Row 3 Larry Finch Marguerite Fisher Vicky Fitzsimmons Row 4 Diane Foster Carole Fox Terry Frame Row 5 Elizabeth Franklin James Frasher Donna Fulk Row 6 Jack Fulton Shirley Fulton Judy Gard Row 7 Frances Gaskella Sandra Geidenberger Dave Gelfer Row 8 Stanley Gibson Helen Givens John Glancey Row 9 Goff Donald Goodin Sue Goodwin June Row 10 Thomas Gough Barbara Grady Gary Graham Row 11 Beverly Grove Dale Grove Judith Gutridge Not pictured: Larry Fennekin David Fetter Norma Jean Foster G6 fe l l frt W .,r.: 1 ' Q. . cc.. , X. . -.-www,--.., XXX Noir ' , x :iff s X Azgz 1 i.,' gV,,ix S G ,'.. ..1: 2 .,qt::' E1 's'. ssur ,iyf 9 E tr tt' is g it 11: - H 2 :,. 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'Q' ' wif" ' Row i Mary Lou Piper David Place Judson Pomeroy Row 2 Connie Porter Larry Potter June Pound Row 3 Beth Powell Larry Powell Beniamin Price Row 4 Judy Pyle Susan Rada Larry Rayser Row 5 Linda Rechel Kenneth Reed Judith Rey Row 6 William Reynolds William Richards Phillip Richcreek Row 7 Patty Riley James Ritchey Ralph Roan Row 8 Beverly Roberts George Roberts Stefanie Roberts Row 9 Jerry Robinson Kay Rockey Melynda Rockey Row 10 Carolyn Ropp George Ross Dennis Runkle Row il Jane Lou Saad William Saad WI liam Saum Not Pictured Larry Ritchey William Rose Row 'l Sandra Scaffide Gary Scheffer Terry Scheffler Row 2 Judy Schenk Nancy Schovler Gary Scott I Row 3 Melvin Scott Susan Scott Judy Senff Row 4 Charles Shannon Robert Sheets Sally Shields Row 5 Joan Shinn Donald Shipley John Shoults Row 6 James Shriner Jack Shumaker James Simpkins Row 7 Tim Sizemore Richard Skees John Skinner Row 8 David Smith Marleen Smith James Smith Row 9 Pat Smith Richard Snelling Harold Snow Row 10 Micheal Snyder Robert Sorrell Julie Soucek Row 'll Roberta Spangler Freeda Specks David Sperry Not pictured: Mary Alice Smith ..f ,,, i i. :ii-,rf .-3 . . V1 'll 4 . , Jerry Richards l 'Z-T.-1 ,.::, :vvv H ,ff :1.- . I I . A- I ,.,..,. x l , K I na D Row l Arlene Spiker Charlene Stalnaker Janet Stauffer Row 2 Jayne Steiner Ruth Strawn Steve Street Row 3 Robert Streets Connie Stricker Carol Strother Row 4 Saundra Strouse Doris Stump Nancy Sturn Row 5 Suellen Sutphen Kay Swart Eugene Swartz Row 6 Ronald Taggert Georgia Teal Blanche Terry Not pictured: Joanne Spurrier Beth Ann Swan , ..., s . 63. 8 Richard Thompson ' 'A' , Gwen Thropp 7' 5 W Betty Tingler ik .,,, Row 2 V.: -Z In E ,. Allen Tipka l mi Thomas Toofhman J , , 3 .. William Toothman " ' 1: 41. 2 n ROW 3 V . "l' - fe Patricia Toscano ' 5 Tom Tripp ' Tom TWU' l ..,lf 3 ' me .. t Row 4 V Joe Tucker A Us Larry Urban 'H "" " V . ,,,. , - nw, Row 5 , Louis vase .31 K Q, . Patricia Vargo ' :AI ' Phillip Vaughn ' - ' . .ITl'j.'iiff"fff'lE2:1 V -ill' n ' li ll P layilln .ml li J A " , 9 4 Row 6 ,J T, f Sandra Vaughn V M if . E' . ,1 ' Gary Vermillion M' ,:,, Qi 'f':'9l'if ' l"" ' Joyce Vermillion -Q ' Not pictured: H ' : f i E' i n Larry Taylor V 22.13. Roy Thompson ' if 3, " 1-114 ttf -'I 'rf iii: ,. mr - - " Ll? N V: llq lb L ...,.,,. , V , A ::ai5e1::: g: , ,, '- WM . ' . H l , , ltii' .3'3'5-':,.jff , 3 , I ,,. ..,., ,,...... ,..... s,.f::ggZI:. " '- " 1 -A :,- Q ig. V. , b.i . ,iii . gif" -V3 " V' ' 1 , A X I .,...,. . ., Q gg? M' M M 'N' " ' 'V' rt -2:2fe::z,':::am-fvr: f------.-.-.-, : - V -we ,:, -f E eS:.,,': P :f ,::a:-:i533522' .I: "t'e 3. -' .. ,. -' H ' ',::::.j-k-3 :5-,g:-I mf , 1 x ff " 53 21: if if gl 1 if ' tffilj .,,.. ' -'-' A N.-f . ,. L. M of l. V - Row 'I Charles Vogelmeier Brenda Waddell Juanita Wages Row 2 Raymond Walker Richard Wallace Wilma Warman Flow 3 Larry Watson Shalmir Watson Charles Wells Row 4 Don Whaley Ray Whiteman Shirley Willett Row 5 Bradley Williams Larry Williams Rosetta Williams Row 6 Saunclra Williams Richard Wills Douglas Wilson Row I Kyle Wilson Shirley Wilson Judy Wirick Row 2 Darlene Wisener Richard Wolever Richard Wolfe Row 3 Bruce Wood Phyllis Woodward James Woolard Row 4 Tom Wortman Carol Wright David Wright Row 5 James Wright Yvonne Yockey Nicholas Zaras Row 6 Linda Zellar David Zipperer Not Pictured: Janet Winlancl 71 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS DAVID IVIARZANO BONNIE SUNKLE President Vice President KIMBERLEY THOMPSON NANCY CRIST Treasurer Secretary Row 1 Beverly Ables Ruth Acton Edris Adams Row 2 William Adams Joseph Adcock Darlene Adkins Row 3 John Anderson Linda Anderson Ronald Anderson Row 4 William Anderson Alfred Ando John Ankele Row 5 Jane Ankrum Janet Ankrum Carolyn Arbogast Row 6 Lois Armstrong Patricia Arnold Marilyn Ash Row 7 James Athey Richard Bagent Jerry Baker Row 8 Leonard Baker Sharon Baker Michael Barclay Row 9 Karessa Bare Glen Barker Judy Barrett Row lO Clyde Bartlett Alvena Bates Janet Baumgarfner Row il Carol Beeney Saundra Kay Bell Pauline Bennett Not pictured: Diane Arledge Row 1 Lloyd Berger Margaret Bevard Richard Bibart Row 2 Loretta Billman Frances Black Edward Blaho Row 3 Patricia Blair Marsha Blizzard Richard Boder Row 4 Molly Bodoh Walter Bolton Sandra Bonham Row 5 Alice Bonner William Booher Charles Bowers Row 6 Don Bowers Roddy Bowman Charles Boyd Row 7 Judith Boyer Carl Braddock James Braden Row 8 Bart Bradley John Bradshaw Gerald Brenhiser Row 9 Ross Bromberg Guy Brown Thomas Brumage Row 10 Christopher Brunner Barbara Bryson Linda Buckey Row 'll Virginia Bull Richard Burden Elmer Buris Not pictured: Guy Grailey 73 Row 1 Row I Marshall Burns Saundra Crouse Kay Busch Sally Croy Elaine Callan Edward Culp Row 2 ROW 2 Daniel Callentine Mary Ann Cunningham Horace Campbell Carroll Danielson Larry Carver Rebecca Davidson Row 3 Row 3 Helen Chapman Phillip Davino Peggy Chapman Donald Davis I Richard Charles Ralph DGVIS Row 4 Row 4 Cl'lBl'leS Clark Thomas Davis David Clark Lawrence Dean 50nYa Clark Gary Debevoise ROW 5 t ROW 5 Harold CIHWSOH Richard Debevoise Saundra Cline Gary Deckard Richard Cocanour Judy De France Row 6 Row 6 Michael Cochran Jack Dickerson l-0Yal Cochfan Cynthia Dillehay Ruth Ann Coffman Gary Dilfs Row 7 Row 7 Joyce Collins Larry Dondrea James Compton Melvia Doty BrUCe C0f1kle Virgine Dowie ROW 8 Rgw 8 Barbara Conner Jerilyn Drake Connie Cooksey Roebn Drake Terry Cooperrider Sue Drumm Row 9 Row 9 Margaret Copeland J,-,dy Duncan Wanda COPIEY Sharon Dunlap Jeffy Collefman Connie Dutcher Row 10 Row 10 KEY Cowden Janet Eagle Charlene Courson Janice Eagle Laffy Cramer Phyllis Eagan Row 'll Row l'l Jim Crane Bruce Edgell Nancy Crist Larry Eisman Larry Crothers Suzanne Ellis Not pictured: Not pictured: Yvonne Chappelear Darlene Debevoise 74 -2 'el Q 7 A Row 1 Row 1 QQ Q Q . ,b M ,. Q 3 was Q James English Dennis Gilbert Q 3' , IQ Q Q ff 'f A qvnu swf Q Q Q f Coral Evans Margaret Givens ' HEAA ' -lk "ix" , Sue Evans Diane Glennan .,:' A ':', H' ' '3' ' " B - .A -1, 'sf - 'fel , .r,, . ,, 1 A- - 51? A ...,: ':1' a A .-.iw Q Q Q Row 2 Row 2 ' Q MQ 'X me Alyce Factor Tanya Goff im.-Q AM Q Q QM" I gl' Lorena Fame' J'-'lie Goodwin . 3, ' E Wt V ' -AQ Donald Fee Tom Gordon ' ' ' Q' g5?r-f-:,. ' 15 " iff- 'f iid ax if at -r-A zflxlir - A Q QQ gQ Row 3 Row 3 N- --f gg-Q Q A Q fi at Q- t William Feffv Robert Gofdof' 1: to if " ' " 1 Z-ii .Y -A, eg... fl Q -53 . 222 ' P' Q Delbert Fike Joseph Goss ,1.: 7" .,:. Q f QQ K ,,.,. , 'fsgg-,Q " vic Fink Robert Gray -2. ' 3 A- Q, if . Q 1 ,. , - gy, .:,: Q A ex MWA 'i -ff we A - i..,. J he RV r,,, . -- Q . 3 ' . Row 4 Row 4 -Q' V ' 4---RQ t ' ' Y' Q. QQ' it-If Robert Fitch Herbert Gregg "' ' f QQ M B l 5 '- ' :" . 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A . 7 3 -- gi' -1- M I 55352: 9911525 lzzi Ei Zzl' fig: "" " Row 1 Connie Hickman Mary Hill Margaret Hilleary Row 2 Duncan Hinger Mary Hoffer Carolyn Holbert Row 3 Donald Holeton Larry Holton Ronald Hoskinson Row 4 John Houdeshell Anne House Ronnie Householder Row 5 Edgar Howard Jerry Hoy Joyce Hoy Row 6 Barbara Hughes Robert Hughes Edward Hummel Row 7 Neve Hunt Terry Huntsman Cecil Hyre Row 8 Judith ldler Roger Inlow Wayne Isaacs Row 9 Ronald Jackson Delores Jakeway Sandra Jeffers Row I0 Gary Jinks George Johnson James Johnson Row 11 Linda Johnson Carol Jones Clarice Jones Not pictured: John Hemsley Diane Johnson Row 1 Gary Lee Jones Gary Palmer Jones Flory Jones Row 2 Larry Jones Richard Jones Stanley Jones Row 3 Douglas Kanuckel Linda Keaser Franklin Keller Row 4 Kay Keller Fred Kelly Janice Kemper Row 5 Barbara Kennedy Delores Kerns Carl Keyes Row 6 Patricia Kidd Carol King Linda King Row 7 Terry King Kay Kinsey Kathleen Kipley Row 8 Jo Ellen Klein Jerry Knappenberger Eugene Knight Row 9 Linda Kornbauer Sue Korns Martha Kraft Row 10 lris Kreager Judy Kreager Barbara Kreider Row 11 Bonnelle Krueger Sandra Laird Mary Lake 76 Row 'l Evelyn Lane Marilyn Lane Linda Lawrence Row 2 Allen Leckrone Robert Lederer David Leidy Row 3 Douglas Le Masters Sandra Leslie Charlotte Lewis Robert Lewis Row 4 Richard Lewis David Lindsey Row 5 John Litsinberger Beth Ann Livingston Carole Livingston Row 6 Dorothy Loar Judy Loar Faye Lobdell Row 7 Fred Logan Janet Long Richard Long Row 8 Judy Lord Lynda Lorenzen Marlyn Loughman Row 9 John Lowery Vicktoria Lukasko Robert Luke Row 'IO Donald Lusk Harry Lytle Billie Jean McCabe Row 'll Gerald McCann Mary McCann Martha McClain Not pictured: Eugene Layton James Loughman 77 Row 'I Joyce McCleary Jerry McCullough Brenda McDonald Row 2 Judee McDonough Carolyn McDowell Nancy McFarland Row 3 Larry McKee Linda McKibben Molly McLaughlin Row 4 Eugene McLaughlin Maxine McLean Richard McMahan Row 5 Arthur McMullen Delores McMurty Dana McQuinn Row 6 Bonnie Macklin Judy Maddox Saundra Maddox Row 7 Pamela Maidel Louis Malherbe Courtland Maple Row 8 Brenda Markle Carol Martin Margaret Martin Row 9 Shirley Martin Ronald Marvin David Marzano Row 'IO Richard Mathews Barbara Mears Mary Meckley Row ll Robert Meier Sandra Meyers William Milbrandt Not pictured: Richard McClain f'-- ft, , .. 1- 9 --V' ,, Wd r ' ff' Z,.. 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' Y V it 1' - ties' A -5 Row I James Miller Robert Meisenhelder Gary Mitchell Row 2 Joseph Mitchell Sharon Mitchell Janet Monroe Row 3 Pat Montanaro Douglas Moore Edwina Moore Row 4 Louis Moran Sheryll Morehead Frank Morehouse Row 5 Donald Morgan Virgil Morgan Judith Mount Row 6 Joseph Mowery Judith Mullenix Beatrice Mullins Row 7 Carol Myers Jerry Myers Judith Myers Row 8 Myers Larry Myers Patricia Myers Karen Row 9 Sharron Myers Terry Myers Linda Nagy Row IO Eddie Nelson Brenda Nethers Linda Nethers Row 'll Sandra Nethers Daphine Norman Jean Norris Not pictured: Melinda Moore Row 1 Karen Norris Richard Norris Sharon Oakley Row 2 Carl Oatman Carol O'Brien Dennis Ode Row 3 Karen Oder Pamela Oldham Jack Olpp Row 4 Orr Richard Orr Richard Kent Orr Lee Row 5 Dale Orris Rodney Osborne Peggy Packham Row 6 Philip Painter William Palmer Marilyn Parker Row 7 Jean Parkinson Virginia Parr Betty Patrick Row 8 Mariorie Patrick Mary Payne Brenda Peck Row 9 Mary Peck John Pennyloaker Roberta Pettet Row lO Linda Pickett John Pickrel Gary Pidcock Row l'l Robin Pierce Judy Pimm Thomas Pitcock Not pictured: Evelyn O'Neil Phillip Peabody Marlene Persinger 78 l Row I Rose Porter David Powell William Powell Row 2 William Staats Powell Jerry Priest Joan Prior Row 3 Edward Pryor Gladys Purvis Jane Pyle Row A Franklin Queen Oralee Quigley Becky Rader Row 5 Beniamin Rader Dean Redman Jack Redman Row 6 Donald Reel Row Thomas Rocky Ronald 1 . Rose William Rose Row Arthur Ross Richard Gayle Row Gary Riffle 2 Ross ne Rowland 3 Barbara Russell Row John Salyer Larry Ruton 4 David Sanor Row Faye Saum 5 Linda Saunders Dan Sayers Paul Scanlan Row 6 Ruth Scheiber Carol Reid Donna Schofield Arlene Reinbeau Marvin Scott Row 7 Row 7 Kenneth Renner Paul Seabright Lois Rey Marlene Secrist Larry Reynolds Janice Seigle Row 8 Row 8 Michael Rice Earline Sellers Jim Richardson Keith Sensabaugh Suzanne Richardson Rebecca Shackleford ROW 9 Row 9 Rlla Rich Sylvia Shannon Charles Riebesell . Frank Sheldon Carl Rlaf' William Simpson ROW 10 Row 'IO James Ritchey Linda gipe Judith Ritchey Lg,-,da 5,-nan laffv Riffhev Sandra Smart H RRZW " Raw ii Je rey o erts . Craig Robertson F'anCe5Dir::5ysmhh Robert Robinson Not pictured: David Rice Donna Smith 79 Row 1 Judy Smith Judith Smith Melanie Smith Row 2 Ronald Smith Sharon Smith Sharon Spangler Row 3 Rodney Speck Jean Speed Mary Spence Row 4 Merle Spicer James Spring Dixie Springston Row 5 David Stack Douglas Stauffer Cecil Steele Row 6 Frank Stemm John Stevens Samuel Stickle Row 7 Judith Stoneberner Niles Stuart James Sullivan Row 8 Bonnie Sunkle Carolyn Sunkle Max Swartz Row 9 Robert Swisher James Taggart Not pictured: Linda Smith Row 'I Sandv Taylor Bonnie Thompson Kimberly Thompson Row 2 Nancy Thompson Patricia Thompson Sharyn Thompson Row 3 Mary Lou Tims Carolyn Toothaker Clayton Trager Row 4 Sharlet Trusler Barbara Tricky Linda Trickle Row 5 Thomas Tucker Paul Turner Margie Van Orman Row 6 Richard Van Wimkle Janet Van Wy David Vermilion Row 7 Glenn Vermilion Teresa Wagner Lesiie Waldren Row 8 Charlene Walker Ronald Waiker Carol Wallace Row 9-Lyn Wallace Row 'I Sharon Walsh Charles Warden Paul Weiland Row 2 Donna Wafman Beulah Watson Joyce Weakley Row 3 William Weakley Joyce Wears Stanley Webb Row -4 Wanda Webb Gary Weed Richard Weidner Row 5 Thomas Weimer Mary Jo Wells Luke Welsh Row 6 Robert Wentz Charles White Frank Whilis Row 7 Thomas Whittinton Earl Whyde John Whyde Row B Donald Wildman John Wiley William Willard Row 9 Linda Willey Barbara Williams Darlene Wills I' larry Williams J. ,,.,s :I li,'. 1 ' if I.. , 'W ,li si ae? Q, a ll E 2.4 1 .L 4me1.' A. elf ar 4' ww.,-M3 Carol Wright E awww Q. .L Q K S 6 QQQ 39096 '90 QV' 9 wx Q ..,.. .. f m : X .39 . , , fif- - .if ' '. Y 5' , . .:,.,:: rw, fl I Izrrf' a' 'il , ff 'l vm My-., ref llfhlrlvif- Vrgu .ww 3-sl - .-B .,.,.,. 1 ...,- Q 2 K 3 I .:. .:. eff 3? A Elixir 'M' +9 ' - g- if 1: gf? ' ::,:5:5:': 'Fi W , e a .A .:. .i-:5,.A.,,i gy ms, si ,, A! . af' 1 M- 55:55:s:z:5:s:5:5:3:::5::2:2'5-5:2'5:5:af2- .. X Q xy as 9 2 2 f l , Q , 5,-1::::as:, : Q 4. 'fu ,gl Q ,v.,, Q ,egg 225 'W ll Q Q.. nz. 4.- ::E.. .:.."5- 25552. H - J .KW . ,.,. , ' Wg Lincoln -unior High School NEIL SPEARMAN Principal of Lincoln School B.S. in Eel., Ohio University M. Ed., Ohio University ANN LEA Clerk LINCOLN JR. HI-Y CLUB Row l-E. George Roberts, club adviser, David Crist, president, Michael Packham, Myron Packham, Jerry Marmie, Carl Barker, Howard Mclean, Gary Roberson, chaplain. Row 2-Richard Taylor, Fred Coventry, Ralph Sorrell, Bill Corder, Bill Cashdollar, secretary, Gene Warman, treasurer and Roger Cherubini, vice president, Bill Burge was absent at the time the picture was taken. The Lincoln Jr. Hi-Y Club was organized in the fall of 1955, and was the only Jr. Hi-Y Club in Newark at that time. Since then, Benjamin Franklin Junior High School and Central Junior High School have organized clubs. The purpose of the Jr. Hi-Y is "to strength- en our bodies, develop our minds, worship God, and work together for a finer com- munity and a better work." Each year the club is in charge of the Easter assembly, and usually provides either a religious film or an outstanding guest speak- er. The club also has assisted the school in the operation of the annual rag drive for the past three years. Last year Lincoln School initiated a num- ber of awards to outstanding ninth-grad-e pupils. The Jr. Hi-Y Club provided the plaque for the annual service award. In order to make money the club has one money-making project each year . . . an annual dance. Some other activities which the club has provided the members are intramural sports, Youth Government Day, a picnic, a Christmas party, etc. The officers of the Lincoln Jr. Hi-Y Club have served as the induction team at the formal induction of new members of the Beniamin Franklin Jr. Hi-Y Club in 1957, and the Central Jr. Hi-Y Club in l958. This year the three Jr. Hi-Y Clubs in New- ark formed the Newark Jr. Hi-Y Council to provide a better und-erstanding and more co- operative relations among the clubs. The council is composed of the officers of each club. David Crist of the Lincoln Club was elected the council's first president. Row 1 Row 1 Dale Anderson Sandra Darkes Joe Andrews Judy Davis Lana Angelleti Marlene Decker Row 2 Row 2 Ronnie Arledge Dana Dick Carl Barker Mary LOU Dunn Bill Barricks Bill Duty Row 3 Row 3 Barbara Barton Diana Dye Fred Bethards Mike Dyer l-HWY Bevard Larry Edwards Row 4 Row 4 Linda BVYBU John Elliott ROlJefl B0dkll'l Jane Farmer JUClY BOUVST Darlene Francis Row 5 Row 5 Barbara Bowman Beffy Freeman Robert BUl'I'lS Linda Grubaugh Penny Carolson Linda Gentry Row 6 Row 6 Arthur Carpenter Bob Hahn Ban cashdollarf Gmgef Harper Roger Cheriblini Gloria HelPl'lfeY Row 7 Rgw 7 Bill ClU99lSh Everett Hollingshead Norma Conkel Paul Hottinger Bill COI'dEf Nancy Howett Row 8 Row 8 David Crist Dorothy Hufforcl Paulette Culver Charles Jones 84 Carol Row 'I Jones Lela Kelley Tom King Row 2 Cynthia Knisley Anita Sandra Lanigan Wayne Lashley Row 3 Lewis Bill Linehan Feanette Lay Row 4 Roger Lucas Jerry Clara Louis Carol Nancy Maddux Gloria Marmie Row 5 Marmie Donna Marston Beverly Martin Row 6 Meisenhelder Mary Melton Shirleen Mink Row 7 Mitchell Carl Moore Wayne Monroe Row 8 Morgan Suzanne Morris 85 Row 1 Barbara Mummey Howdy McClean Margaret McGill Row 2 Sherlley McMuller Gary McRea Sue Overturf Row 3 Perrin Judy Pound Barbara Adria Pritt Row 4 Richards Sandra Rine Jacky Jim Seigle Row 5 Linda Shoemaker Carol Skinner Larry Spiker Row 6 Madden Smith Vickie Tremble Larry Vermilian Row 7 Gene Warman Roberta White Leo Wilson Row 8 Kathy Wolford Wanoka Wright Beniomin Franklin Junior High School CHARLES F. GARD Principal of Beniamin Franklin School A.B.. Denison Universiiy M.A., The Ohio Siafe University RUTH MILLER Clerk and and Advi x Row I-Martha lmhoff, Carol Burris, Alfreda Hall, Anna lou Howard, Judee Schaller, Patty Williams, Nellie Hunt, Karen Householder. Row 2-linda Barcus, louise Lambert, Urimay Moran, Sharon Fulton, Patty Clawson, Judy Shannon, Linda laferty, Beverly Wickham. Row 3-Sharon McElfresh, Doris Cline, Marilyn Hayden, Carolyn Foster, Carole Bush, Linda Yost, and Rosemary Wolfle. Row 4-Mike Arnold, Danny Gartner, Bruce Fike, David McDonald, Brian Priest, Mike Kendall, and Mr. Pound, S0 Y. KITE AND KEY The "Kite and Key" Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society meets bi-monthly with Mr. Joseph Pound at the Benjamin Franklin School. The purpose of the club is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to de- velop good citizenship, to promote intelligent leaolership, to instill exemplary qualifies of character, and to stimulate pupils to serve well their school, com- munity, and country. Row 1 Sierra Allen Martha Anderson Larry Arnold Row 2 Ronald Balo Sue Banks Linda Barcus Row 3 Ronnie Barnes Judy Bennett Olive Boggs Row 4 Julie Boyer Darlene Burchard Carol Burris Row 5 Ronald Campbell Betty Cass Norene Chatterton Row 6 David Clawson Doris Cline Eloise Compton Row 7 Carolyn Cordle Sandra Crawford Helen Daugherty Row 8 Row 'I Carolyn Foster Robert Gartner Ruth Gordon Row 2 Alfreda Hall Marilyn Hayden Nellie Hilleary Row 3 Manuel Holtz Patricia Houdeshell Ken Householder Row 4 Anna Lou Howard Andrew Hundley Martha lmhoff Row 5 Lou Ann Jones Carol King Nancy Kreager Row 6 Philip Kreager Louise Lambert James Lentz Row 7 Joyce Leslie Sharon Loar Nancy Long Donna Fadlev Bruce Fike Row 8 Lacie Loudermilk Larry Lowery Row 'I Row 'I Linda McCoy Beverly Shaner David McDonald Harry Shannon Sharon McElfresh Vivian Shannon John 2 Row 2 John Maharg Wendell Shonebarger Robert Milhoan Theodore Simco John Mitchell Jerry Skees Row 3 Row 3 Richard Moore Shirley Smith Urimay Moran Louis Stickle Mary Neighbarger Patricia Sullivan Row 4 Row 4 Dennis Nelson Carol Thompson Robert Nelson Marie Tucker Larry Nethers Connie Wages Row 5 Row 5 Stanley Norris David Ware Walter North James Waters Eugene Ode Michael Weed Row 6 Row 6 Gene Palmer Kenneth Westfall Barbara Peck Joe Williams Thomas Postle Ronald Row 7 Row 7 Brian Priest Sandra Wilson Judy Rice Jerry Elk Kenneth Rice Rosemary Row 8 Row B Linda Yost William Riley William Sharkey Wills Wolfe WOODROW WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL E. H. HECKLEMAN Principal of Woodrow Wilson School A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., The Ohio State University PAULINE HECKLEMAN Clerk From left to right are Richard Price, Lois Tronstein, Margaret Sprague, Mr. Herman Kauber, lClub sponsori, Mary Ann Board, Wesley Dickover, Harry Nethers, Mike Johnson, David Prior and Peter Hewitt. NinTh Grcide Science Club A science club is The proving ground for The discovery and culTivaTion of skills and TalenTs based on science. Every member has The opporTuniTy To de- velop his skills, TalenTs and apTiTudes. Nafurally, mosT of The work is done aT home or in shops. Some become so inTeresTed in Their proiecT They pursue iT for many years. ProjecTs of inTeresT are phoTography, radio, Telegraph, elecTric moTors, cosmeTics, model airplanes, insecTs and a Thousand oThers. Mr. Herman Kauber, 9Th grade science Teacher, is The sponsor of Wilson's Science Club. 91 Row I Row I Bill Anderson Bill Douglas Mark Applegate Penny Earl Judy Ashcraft Barbara Easton Row 2 Row 2 Susan Atkinson Esley Dickover Maclelaine Ayers Rick Evans Connie Barnes Nancy Farnham Row 3 Row 3 Barbara Bazler Mary Fletcher Saundra Benning John Glass Barbara Black Ted Glover Row 4 Row 4 Becky Bloss Torn Hall Mary Ann Board Glenn Hawkins Ricky Bowell Jim Hartman Row 5 Row 5 Nancy Boyd Hope Haumesser Rita Buchanan Roger Hinger Gail Butts Judy Horne Row 6 Row 6 Carol Campbell Atella Hottle Debbie Campbell Emily Hughes William Carter Geraldine Jacks Row 7 Row 7 Judv Castle Michael Johnson Sara Chapman Michael Judge Everett Cochran Paul Knechtges Row 8 Row 8 Sarah Cochran Donna Lake Nick Cook Dennis Landis Lincoln Conaway Stephen Le Masters Row 9 Row 9 Rosemary Crowley Vivian Ludholtz Terry Curtis Row 1 Ronnie Lumm Tom Lusk Ronnie McConnell Row 2 Dennis McKnew Kenneth McVey Judy Mercer Row 3 Lynn Miller Phillip Mitchell Bill Morgan Row 4 Carole Morgan David Nelson Harry Nethers Row 5 Susan O'Connor Harold Olgilbee Pamela Oliver Row 6 Sandra Oliver Judy Peck Ricky Row 7 David Prior Ned Ratliff Linda Row 8 Lyn Reed Price Rauck Susie Richardson Dale Roberts Row 'I Juanita Shannon Mildred Shrider Yvon Skidmore Row 2 June Skinner Sue Skinner Sally Slay Row 3 Bill Smith Charles Smith Lois Smith Row 4 Marilyn Smith Margaret Sprague James Stanford Row 5 Phillip Stear Jerry Store Carol Surat? Row 6 Helen Swartz Linda Swartz Jim Taylor Row 7 Lois Tronstein Roberta Tucker Susan Van Voorhis Row 8 Barbara Walker Emmett Wells Carol Willouby Row 9 Row 9 Patti ROblS0l'1 Marilyn Wolfe PGQQY ROOT' Donna Wright 53llY Shiffef Charlotte Workman 93 Roosevelt Junior High School l EDITH FLEMING Principal of Roosevelt School B.S., Michigan State Normal College M.A., Columbia University JUNE MCKENDRICK Clerk LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Seated-Roseanna Mummey, Ann Wentz, Carol Billett, Mary Jane Potter, Gizella Bacskay, Sally Wilson. Standing-Miss Lillian MacNealy, librarian, Jane Plummer, Sally Roan, Beverly Soucek, Rita Baker, Janet Billett. The library is a very popular room in our building, both tor junior high and elementary children. The library assistants are under the super- vision of Miss Lillian MacNealy. Twelve girls aid other students in Taking advantage ot library materials. Two seventh grade girls help with the elementary children one period each day. Eighth and ninth grade girls aid in iunior high. Although our library must be used two periods daily for class work, we hope to have many improvements in the next year so that we may use it every period ot the day. Seventh grade: Janet Billet, Rebecca Craw- ford. Eighth grade: Sally Roan, Jane Plummer, Beverly Soucek, Rita Baker. Ninth grade: Carol Billet, Gizella Bacskay, Mary Jane Potter, Ann Wentz, Sally Wilson, Roseanna Mummey, Row 'I Row I Curtis Abbott Beatrice Franklin Gizella Bacskay Danny Gardner Katherine Boggs Carol Gearhart Row 2 Row 2 JUdlfl'l Baker Floyd Glangey ClWHfleS Baker Marilyn Glennan Victor Balser John Gogdin Row 3 Row 3 Dawn Bannes Linda Gray Molly Barrett Virginia Gressierer Diane Barzan Barbara Griensler Row 4 Row 4 Larry Bending Phyllis Hamann Thomas Bibart David Hammond Carol Billett Thomas Hanes Row 5 Row 5 Allen Binckley Chris Harris Robert Boyce Charles Heller Sharon Boyer Diane Helman Row 6 Row 6 Robert Briggs Linda Himes Artistia Brown Beth Ann Hollar Sue Carper Judy Holton Row 7 Row 7 Rosemary Carson Kenneth Holfl Le Elda Chrisman Chflsllne H0757 Sue Clemings Sue Johnson Row 8 Row 8 James Claggett Ann JONES Douglas Crawford -lime? J0"fe.5 Ronald Cullison PHWICW Jones Row 9 Row 9 James Curtis l-l0YCl Kelley Margaret Dean DaV'd Kerr Elsa De Vaul Brian Kincaid Row 'IO Row 10 Humphrey Dickinson Alice Klnsllef Wayne Donaghue JudY Kfamel' Larry Dozer TommY Lake Row 'Il Row 'l'I Joseph Drasko John Landefelgi Row 1 Row 'I John Lightle Susan Roan SUSBI1 LOHQ Norma Russell Ronald Luckeydoo Jim Saunders Row 2 Raw 2 Rolzert McCall George Sceurman John NlCCl8I'16l'1arl Jane Shanngn JOl1r1 MCKlr1f1ey Laurel Siefert Row 3 Row 3 Larry McPherson Edward Smith Ruth McMichael Violet Smith Ronald Maddux William Smucker Row 4 Row 4 James Macklin William Snyder John Mercer Shirley Stalton Caroline Mills Daniel Stuart Row 5 Row 5 Henry Mills Richard Swank Maureen Moore Connie Taylor Lowell Morgan Toni Taylor Row 6 Row 6 Tom Moorison Eugene Thompson Rosenna Mummey Larry Thompson Robert Myers David Liedle Row 7 Row 7 Della Lee Nice Shannon Van Wey Gwen Owen Sally Vaughn Larry Phillips Myrna Vermillion Row 8 Row 8 Mary Jane Potter Gary Waters Danny Predmore Daniel Weakley Rebecca Quast Ann Wentz Row 9 Row 9 Donna Ramsey Judith Wildman Jane Ramsey Judy Wilson Judy Rauch Sally Wilson Row 'IO Row 'IO Kristin Ree Joyce Woody Mary Lou Redman George Zabel Robert Redman Linda Zesiger Row 'II Row 'I'l Thomas Rlchardson VlCfOrl6 Zleslie 'Centrol Junior High School LESTER B. COX Principal of Central School A.B., Otterbein College ELEANOR QUEEN Clerk pimp and Cue Play A ,-v' . . .' I' 1, ' ' " - 1 ,sf '- . .r':., QQQ V22-' C'f'3E'f?Rfzmgie y Caffaiys 5 f MinsTreE5' End MEN Fooufbglf Leweas MCM, i 6.9.9. OFFICFRS zlltt V ::' ::l 6 Cirass OFFiceas QMS! Vaasiify BQSRETEQU V Tea fn ' 915 Hqmffumm Y'Nx-ESNS GFHQQRS OPFJCERS Row 'I Kay Ables Paul Arkers Carol Ashcraft Row 2 Beverly Baker Buford Baker Jo Ann Baker Row 3 Loretta Boyles Paul Berger James Biddle Row 4 Mary Bird Janice Blacksten Tom Blackstone Row 5 Ralph Blanchitte Steve Bobat Bev Bodkins Row 6 Don Bodkins Trevitt Boersfler Harry Bolen Row 7 Carol Bowman Sandra Bowman Bonita Buckwalter Row 8 Gene Burnard Peggy Cagney Sue Callancler Row 9 Roger Callentine Joyce Chapman Carol Children Row 'I0 Tom Chronester Betty Combs Marcia Conner Row 'I'I Nancy Conner Gary Conroy Joyce Courson Row 'I Jerry Cowles Dale Crane Art Curtis Row 2 Ronnie Ecleberry Bill Davison Gary Deweese Row 3 Sally Erick Richard Foreman Bonita Frank Row 4 John Gall Sandy Glasgaw Jack Grady Row 5 Elizabeth Gregg Barbara Grove Sally Handel Row 6 Sylvia Hanna Patti Harris Bob Gartman Row 7 Jane Hayden Jim Haxness Carol Heaton Row 8 Carl Huffley Robin Hendricks Gene Henry Row 9 Jim Hite Carolyn Hoffer Charles Hollar Row 10 Dave Hollis William Hollister Winnie Hovis Row 11 Jim Hughes Jim Hunt Carol Johnson 100 Row I Darlene Jones Dorothy Kiger Ruth Kinser Row 2 Victor Landran Bill Kurtz Mickey Lanning Row 3 Loren Lee Sandy Leek James Le Page Row 4 Ed Lewis John Lewis Shirley Liggett Row 5 Nikke Lord Ronne Lohrman Mickey Maring Row 6 Dick Marsh Jim Martin Jerry Merritts Row 7 Gene Miller Ray Miller Mildred Myers Row 8 Sandy McCaig David McClellan Patty McCoy Row 9 Phil McDaniel Tom McPeck Gloria Nethers Row 'IO Judy Nichols Kathy Noland Ella Norris Row l'I Carol Offenbaker Norma Osborne Bob Palm Row 1 Larry Peck Jack Penick Norman Phelps Row 2 Jesse Pickering Phil Pierson Dian Pope Row 3 John Powell Betty Rutherford Judy Richardson Row 4 Judy Ridge Sharon Roberts Ken Rutter Row 5 Charles Scaffide Larry Schwartz Ray Seaman Row 6 Donna Sears Brooke Seckel Nancy Shuberg Row 7 Joan Simpson Jim Slane Joe Snelling Row 8 Bernard Snow Bill Stevens Dorothy Story Ro.v 9 Donna Storey Joe Taylor Eddie Thompson Row 'I0 Ernest Thompson Ted Tower Dick Varner Row I1 Patty Varner Patty Vaughn C. V. Veck Row 'I Jerry Wright Ron Wise Mariorie Wilson Row 2 Georgianna Wilson Lorraine Williams Danny Wilkin Row 3 Dale Wiley Jerry Watson Shirley Warner Row 4 Don Villers MA A CHS, fcfr A7 Gkgf Q 'Y W QYS5, 49 coo Q55 OG AFS' sfgg Q X , QR 9 Q ww' Q O X3 NLD Q90 ff PAN Us Q- ' if :"" ' Q I I . Vg?- O Q55 f AA.:..x.... ,brz Qo- 'EV' 1"5 : ," :-" ' Qj ,SQ Q5 .Kg fig O AE? af JH W MS QSUUEQTQQQ Cwgflig Pty 'SQ -2.9 2 WSP SEEN pk QQ QFQR Jw . R 31 MA Q , WE QU?-X I V, q fffmfkaaff 9 5 fQU1'V'C' H Yau ' " .,..... I' G? Big Q L EA P F-R0 ,A , X M :,: , fn zv. fl? '--- '45 3: V550 O Qf'gN5,N C' FJ SQ! U 52 iff C590 Q "ls .9 MQUTH JANE' CFKRRIE 5 THE BALL eaavsol 'slr- 65445 Picture by Bruce Wood Richard Hoback meditates upon a satellite. STUDENT COUNCIL Seated-Diana Kern, Bob Baldwin, Ernie Kuhn, Emilie Neff, Joyce Eifinger, Phil Miller. Standing, Row 1-Dave Swick, Marilyn Boyling, Carol Chase, Ann Trexel, Carol Reid, Mary Twinem, Sylvia Maddox, Suellen Sutphen, Teresa Wagner, Mr. Boyd. Row 2-Penny Kennedy, Connie Collins, Marla Cline, Martha Cline, Janet Cunningham, Suzanne Humes, Jackie Ketchum, Phil Richcreek. Row 3-Richard Hoback, Bruce Wood, Bob Dragics, Joe Mitchell, Bob Gaunder, Ralph Roan. OU bl The obiect ot the Student Council is to promote a better understanding of the way the school is run. This year the Student Council has mad-e better con- tact with the student body by inviting pupils from each class to attend their meetings. Pupils with outstanding records have been chosen as candidates. Two of these candidates are chosen to be representatives ot the Student Council. Officers for this year were Ernest Kuhn, president, Robert Baldwin, vice- president, Emilie Neff, secretary, Joyce Eiting-er, treasurer. Mr. Frew Boyd was adviser. This year the Student Council has sponsored the dances atter each home basketball game. On February 27, Ernest Kuhn, Mary Twinen, Philip Richcreek, Teresa Wagner, and Robert Gaunder visited the Student Council of Delaware-Willis High School. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Row 'I-Jerry Wolfe, Richard Hoback, Lowell Wright, John McMann. Row 2-Judith Kaiser, Barbara M. Jones, Daine Blakely, .ludith Class, Susan Toler, Vicky Carver, Gail Boyer, Nancy Skinner, Charlotte Miller, Patsy Beall, Barbara Campbell, Betty Sue Goddard. Row 3-Kay Durant, Charlotte Jones, Sandra Pound, linda Hornung, Noretta Hunt, Ann Seckel, Linda Crowley, Carol Whitis, Trudy Stevens, Marilyn Crebs, Patricia Eis, Nancy Metcalf, Wanda Houdeshell, Nancy Jones, Barbara McKim, Linda Smart. Row 4-linda Dunn, Judy Pyle, Emilie Neff, Barbara Drumm, Philip Miller, Gary Sams, Davd Swick, James Redman, Barbara Miller, Sally Howell, Pat Sullivan, Sandy Warthen, Marna Duffee, Patricia Fulk, Karen Anderson. The Newark chapter of the National Honor Society was formed to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of Newark High School. Fifty-one members of senior class with a point aver- age ot 3.3 were taken into the society during the second semester. The activities of the group this year included an assembly program, during which the members were formally presented to the student body, and the an- nual Honor Society Banquet. As in previous years, the Honor Society conducted a sales- tax drive to raise money for its treasury. Officers for this year were Patricia Beal, president, Charlotte Miller, vice- president, Suzanne Deming, secretary, and George Dell, treasurer. The adviser for this year was Mrs. Ruth Perry. 107 COLLEGE CLUB Row 'l--Betty Goddard, Janet Baker, Nancy Skinner, Marla Cline, Judy Pyle, Ralph Roan, Suzanne Deming. Row 2-Joanne McCleary, Barbara Brown, Nixie Dowling, Susan Cree, Julia Mercer, Sylvia Maddox, Betsy Oder, Phil Richcreek, Miss Nina Keckley. Row 3-Joyce Eifinger, Delores Wells, Rosalie Rizzo, Suzanne Blamer, Nancy Jones, Connie Slrouse, Steve Blum, Robert Asbell, Richard Beckman, David Smith, Larry Williams. Row 4-Mariorie Basford, Linda Martin, Suzanne Humes, Marcia Brothers, Kay Swart, Mary Twinem, Suellen Sutphen, Sandra Strouse, Diana Jacobs, Judy Schenk. Row 5-Sue Farnum, Carol Buchanan, Sally Plummer, Janet Cunningham, Linda Crowley, George Dell, Patricia Vargo, Susan Everett, Ellen Albyn, Mary Anna Enich, Cynthia Dowling, Patricia Smith, Mary Alice Smith, Beth Ann Belter. Row 6-Sandra Pound, Barbara Drumm, Kay Durante, linda Smart, Judy Gard, Vicki Keck, Joyce Jones, Susan Hupp, Charlotte Jones, Phyllis Pursely, Carol Whitis, Trudy Stevens, Linda Hornung. Row 7-Judy John, Mary Lou Piper, Beth Powell, Jane Steiner, Judy Humes, Marilyn Boyling, Connie Stricker, Jack Fulton, Barbara Marshall, Jean McCleary, Ann MacTavish, Penny Kennedy, Connie Collins, John Cox. The College Club, an organization created to aid students in selecting a college and the courses they wish to study, was opened for the fourth straight year to iunior and senior students. Each second and fourth Monday a representative spoke to the members concerning his particular college or university. This year speakers were present from Ohio State University, Ohio University, Bowling Green University, Denison University, University of Cincinnati, Stephens Colleg-e, Ohio Northern University, Hiram College, Miami University, and Heidelburg College. There were one hundred fifty members this year and their officers were as follows: Judy Pyle, president, Ralph Roan, vice-president, Marla Cline, secretary, Nancy Skinner, treasurer. Miss Nina Keckley was the faculty adviser for this year. HI-'C CLUB Row 'I-Vicki Keck, Diana Foster, Darlene Colby. Row 2-Susan Hupp, Marie McClain, Peggy Petfibone. Row 3-Marguerite Fisher, Jo Ann Day, Diane Fiizsimm ons. Row 4-Joyce Jones, Rosetta Williams, Diana Kerns. Row 5-Edris Adams, Sydel Holister, Wilma Chapman. Back Row-Jim Moore, Harold Clawson, Harold Duckeli, Mary Twinem, Jackie Keichem, Phyllis Woodward, Saundra Williams, Carol Chaney. The Hi-C Club, which was advised by Mrs. Fleeta Dickerson, had thirty-four members this year. The officers were Marguerite Fisher, president, Dian-e Fitzsimmons, vice-president, Wilma Chapman, secretary, and Diana Foster, treasurer. The main activity of the club this year was to give the devotions each morning. It made studies of the various kinds of religions and had guest speakers at the meeting to speak to the club about the different religions. The aim of the club this year was to pro- mote good will and Christian fellowship among the students of Newark High School. DEBATE t Dow 'I--Sally Plummer, JoAnn Day, Bill Toothman, Richard Kunninger. Row 2-Barbara Campbell, Patsy Beall, Suzanne Humes, Tom Leighton. This year's debate topic resolved: That direct United States economic aid to individual countries should be limited to Technical assistance and disaster relief was changed in mid-season to read, Resolved: That Unite-d Stat-es foreign aid should be substantially increased. Junior and senior members of the debate squad were Suzanne Humes, Sally Plummer, Nancy Skinner, Jo Ann Day, Judy Cunningham, Barbara Campbell, Patsy Beall, Thomas Leighton, William Toothman, Bruce Palmer, Richard Kunninger, and Edward McGlone. The sophomore squad consisted of Flory Jones, Barbara Kreider, Victoria Lukasko, Sharon Thompson, and John Ankele. The Varsity team was made up of Barbara Campbell and Tom Leighton on the affirmative, Sally Plummer and John Ankele on the negative On October 26 a beginners practice tournament was held at Columbus East with Barbara Krieder and Sharon Thompson on the affirmative and Vicki Luka sko and Flory Jones and John Ankele alternating the negative. The actual season got under way wtih a tournament held at Columbus North on November 23. Barbara Campbell and Nancy Skinner debated the affirmative, winning one out of three debates, while Richard Kunninger and Sally Plummer had a two-for-three record. At Ohio State, December 8, the C team each split. On the C team were Sharon Th-ompson, Barbara Krieder, Vicki Lukasko, and Flory Jones. On December T5 the A team traveled to Wooster to place second with a five-and-one record, while Massillon took first. In the very same day two other teams having been sent to Columbus North lost five out of twelve debates, three losses of which were forfeits because of the team's late return from lunch. On January ll, at Springfield, John Ankele, Tom Leighton, Flory Jones, and Vicki Lukasko in A division ended the day with a four-win two-loss record. Suzanne Humes placed first, second, and third in three rounds of extemporaneous speaking. Sally Plummer in the same category placed first, first, and fifth in three rounds. Excitement reigned when the Dickersonmen captured the trophy at Canton McKinley the following w-eek with an overall record of ten wins and five losses in A and B division. The two teams consisted of three varsity in addition to William Toothman, Barbara Krieder, Suzanne Hum-es, and Vicki Lukasko in Class 110 DEBATE Ed McGlone, Sharyn Thompson, John Ankele, Flory Jones, Barbara Kreider, Vicki Luasko. B. AT MiddleTown on January 25, Bruce Palmer Took over Sally Plummer's spoT for The day while Sally entered exTemporaneous speaking, capTuring Three second places. AlThough The A Team suffered four losses ouT of six rounds, The C Team made up of Judy Cunningham, Richard Kunninger, Joanne Day, and Barbara Kreider capTured firsT place in Their division. The quesTion having been changed, John Ankele and Sally Plummer were now on The affirmaTive wiTh Barbara Campbell and Tom LeighTon changing To The negaTive. The Team missed firsT place by a shave, Taking second wiTh five and one record aT Heidelberg College on February i. On The same day, Barbara Krieder, Ed McGlone, Flory Jones, and Vicki Lukasko Took sec ond place in class B division aT DayTon Chaminade. ln an inviTaTional TournamenT held aT Delaware Willis on February 8, Edward McGlone, Barbara Kreider, Flory Jones, and Vicki Lukasko had a sfreak load luck and losT four ouT of six debaTes in A division. The Newarkers closed Their regular season wiTh The Ohio High School Speech League COHSSLJ disTricT finals aT The Ohio STaTe UniversiTy on February 22. The varsity Team capTured four ouT of six rounds Thereby qualifying wiTh Columbus NorTh for The OHSSL sTaTe finals. Suzanne Humes and Ed McGlone receiv-ed second places in exTemporaneous speaking wiTh William Toofhman receiving a second place in oraTorical declamaTion. Bruce Palmer and Mary Ann Enich enTered in oraTorical declamaTion and humorous declamaTion respecTively. On March 7 and 8 The NaTional Forensic League disTricT finals were held aT Ohio UniversiTy. Newark's A group, debaTing cross-examinaTion sTyle, ended wiTh a six-win and Two-loss record and narrowly missed bringing home The Trophy. Newark completed The year by capTuring Third place in The sTaTe aT The U v OHSSL finals held aT The Ohio STaTe UniversiTy on March 2i and 22. The affirma- if Tive Team, composed of John Ankele and Sally Plumm-er, and The negaTive Team, ' composed of Barbara Campbell and Tom LeighTon, remain-ed in The "sudd-en-deaTh rounds" unTil The very end when They were defeaTed in a close decision by Lor- Yaln, who in The nexf round wenT on To win The sTaTe championship. 4' ' 111 LIBRARY CLUB Row 'l-Barbara Jones, Linda Pickett, Burma Harman. Row 2-Judy Class, Judy Groves, Karen Anderson, Miss Dorn. The Library Club is an organization of the Newark High library assistants under the advisorship of Miss Helen Dorn, th-e Newark High School librarian. All the girls in this club work in the library one period a day assisting in such things as checking books in and out, straightening the book shelves, keeping the magazines up-to-date, helping students tinol the books they are looking tor, and decorating the bulletin boards suitably tor each month or special occasions. There are ten library assistants this year and their officers are as follows: Judith Class, president, Barbara Jones, secretary, Marilyn Boder, treasurer. Row 'l-Marilyn Crebs, Rosalie Rizzo, Judy Pyle. Row 2-Patti Eis, Brenda Cantlon, Linda Hor- nung, Barbara Drumm. Row 3-Roberta Pettit, Brenda Waddell, Linda Zellar, Judy Humes. Row 4-Suzanne Blamer, Susan Hupp. Row 5-Winifred Wilson, Jayne Steiner, Mary Hoffer. Row 6-Connie Stricker, Ann MacTavish, James Wolford. Row 7-Linda Lawrence, Mary Parkinson, Carol King. Row 8-Marilyn Parker, Lynn Wallace, Jean- nie Bowl, Bonnie Macklin. Row 9-Mrs. Knauber. FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB The Future Teachers club this year consisted of 39 members. Officers were Rosalie Rizzo, president, Brenda Cantlon, vice president, Judie Cunningham, sec- retary, Karen And-erson, treasurer. The club was not too active this year because they were not able to have their meetings, due to the teachers' meetings on Wednesday. The program of the year was aimed to help those students interested in the occupation of school teaching to understand problems which they would face as a future teacher. Superintendent Thomas Southard was a guest speaker at the club. He talked about the newly proposed high school. Mrs. Herman Kauber is the club adviser. 1 Q LES COMPAINS FRANCAIS Row 'I- Row 2- Row 3- Row 4- Rosalie Rizzo, Judy Class, Diana Jacobs. Diane Douglas, Linda Rechel, Sue McDonald, Joan Salmon. Mary Phares, Shalmir Watson, Barbara Campbell, Patricia Beall. Beth Ann Powell, Jo Ann Day, Vicki Keck, Ann Feaster. Standing-Joyce Eifinger, Ann Trexel, Susan Toler, Linda Crowley, Nancy Jones, Janet Cunningham, Wanda Houdeshell, Melanie Morgan, Mary Alice Smith, Brenda Waddell, Rita McGinnis, Julia S-cucek, Susie Cree, Elizabeth Dowling, Carol Whitis, Ann Seckel, James House, Janet Leek, Penny Kennedy, Bill Myers, Joe Wollos, Natalie Art. X 1 A4 5. 114 Although there were fifty members in Les Compains Francais, the club held no meetings. The only activity of 'th-e year was a Christmas party, December 19, sponsored iointly by the German, Latin, Spanish, and French clubs. The officers for the year were Tom Myers, president, Janet Cunningham, vice president, Shalmir Watson, secretary, Bill Myers, treasurer. Miss Anne Rodgers was the club sponser. SPANISH CLUB it-Ahrr 3, s Row l-Susan Everett, Sally Shields, Mary Ann Enich. Row 2-Sue Null, Diane Harmon, Ann MacTavish. Row 3-Joyce Jones, Ellen Alban, Backy Brodt, Bonnelle Krueger. ll Standing-Tom Chapman, Bill Saad, Dick Snelling, .lack Shumaker, Marilyn Crebs, Charlotte Miller, Sally Plummer, Gretchen Rader, June Winkleman, Gary Burger, Larry Stickle, larry Bryson. The Spanish Club began its activity year with a picnic for new iunior mem- bers. The picnic was held in October at Moundbuild-ers Park. The club had a Christmas supper party in December. Guest speakers from neighboring colleges attended several of the club meetings. The club's funds were used to buy Span- ish records, books, and various other Spanish articles. Closing the year, a going- away picnic was held for the seniors. The officers for this year were Gary Burger and Connie Collins, co-presidents, Tom Chapman, treasurer, and Susie Null, secretary. The club had 31 iunior mem- bers and 15 senior members. Miss Anne Rodgers was the club adviser. 11.5 GERMAN CLUB Row l-Don Urban, Ernie Kuhn, Gary Maring, Ralph Roan, Roger Mitchell, Tom Layton, Garry Mclaughlin, Phil Richcreek. Row 2-Carol Sue Kinney, Carolyn lonzo, Herm Neely, Suzanne Humes, Dick Beckman, Jayne Steiner, Nancy Brad- shaw, Pat Toscano. Row 3-James Smith, Pete Pharis, Bruce Wood, Carol Chase, Janet Baker, Betsy Oder, Marilyn Boyling, Connie Stricker, Cynthia Dowling, Karen Anderson, Judy Kaiser, Judy Pyle, David Smith, Jeff Leister, Phil Koblens, Miss Rodemann. The German Club, which had thirty-four members this year, was advised by Miss Ingeborg Rodemann. The officers for the year were Suzanne Humes, president, Dick Beckman, vice-president, Jayne Steiner, secretary, and Herm Neely, treasurer. The club began its activities with the initiation picnic, which was held at the Dugway Park on October 3, l957. During one of the meetings, Mrs. Charles Taylor showed slide pictures on Germany. The programs for most of the other meetings were planned by various members of the club. Some of the programs included skits, German stories and conversations, information about Germany and its customs, and also the singing of German songs. On December 19, the club combined with the French and Spanish Clubs for the annual Foreign Language Department Christmas Party. This was a potluck supper held in the Music Building. The Club ended its year with a small party. MATHEMATICS CLUB Row. I-Mr. Wilbur Powers, Gary Sams, .lim Redman, Nancy Jones, Kay Durant. Row 2-David Smith, Tom Swank, Ted lescody, Betty Goddard, Marlyn Bodar, Judy Class, Linda Smart, Mariorie Morgan, Barbara McKim, John Knechtges, Ernie Kuhn. Row 3-Dave Swick, Allen Pound, Jay Garger, Jim Lawrence, Dick Hoback, Steve Blum, Don Urban, George Johnson, Bob Glennan, Dick Kinser. The Mathematics Club was organized this year under the supervision of Mr. Wilbur Powers and has affiliated with the national organization, Mu Alpha Theta. The purposes of this club are to increase our knowledge of mathematics, to develop skill in the use of mathematics, to understand the importance of mathematics in our lives, to encourage the study of mathematics among the members of the student body, to provide specialized training for those people who plan careers in mathematics or fields requiring a knowledge of it, to provide additional books and equip- ment for the school math department, to serve better our school, community and nation, to develop a high degree of cooperation and respect for the opinions and rights of others, and to strive to improve the social development of our members. There are 30 members. A student in senior trigonometry or solid geometry with a passing average in all subjects may ioin. Each member must not miss more than three meetings during the semester, or two meetings in succession, or he shall be eligible for dismissal. 3,1 The officers are Gary Sams, presidenty James Redman, vice presidentg Nancy Jones, secretary, Kay Durant, treasurer, John Knechtges, program chairman. V The Newark Chapter of Mu Alpha Theta has been very active this year. Its activities have included regular bimonthly meetings featuring guest speakers, field trips to various local plants such as Owens-Corning and Ohio Power and one out of town, sponsorship of a spring dance, and sale of books of math tables to club members and others. 117 NHS BAND Row 1-Mr. Myron A. Pearce, director, Thomas Danley, head Clark, Charlotte Miller, Joan Canter, Linda Rechel, Joanne Spurrie R. Bynum, associate director. Row 2-Rita McGinnis, Marie McCartan, Joyce Weakley, Shar Dale Garee, Beth Swan. Row 3-Larry Hubert Gander, Brent Conaway, Terry King, Sue Roberts, Janet Winland, Barbara Conners, Melenie Morgan, Joyce House. Row 4-Ann House, Marilyn Parker, Peggie Chapman, Linda Ann Jones, Darlene MacMannis, Judy Hofacker, Robera Charleton, Willoughby, Sharon Baker, Sandy Warthen. Row 5-Pat Arnold, Sandy Taylor, Janet Friend, Kay Kipley, Schetfer, James Redman, George Dell, Jerry Priest, Shirley Wilson, Rogerette Bowman. Row 6-Barbara Foster, Linda Smart, Eugene Layton, Katheri Bob Callender, Leroy Woldren, Geoffrey Danner, Carol Hite, Sha Dunlap, Beth Ann Belter. Row 7-Joyce Farmer, Anita Freytag, Cora Loper, .lune Beggs, liam Harris, Alyce Factor, Joyce Montgomery, John Knechtges, Ro drum maior, Molly Lewis, Sue McDonald, head maiorette, Sonya r, Shalmir Watson, Phil Richcreek, assistant drum major, Mr. Thomas on Meyers, Sandra Pound, Geraldine Retherford, Danny Callentine, Evans, Rebecca Jane Davidson, Judy Mullinix, Sue Ellis, Beverly Hoy, Linda Dunn, Marianne Crist, Sally Howell, Tom Tripp, James Nagy, Marilyn Crelas, Joan Garee, Shirley DeWitt, Charlotte Carol Wright, Phyllis, Pursley, Lyn Wallace, Melynda Rockey, Ruth Alan Pound, Judy Duncan, Donald Harris, Leslie Waldren, Gary Kay Busch, Eleanor Brown, Sandy Scaffide, Mary Alice Smith, ne Hess, Ronald Trager, Gary Sams, Renny Richards, Joseph Wollos, ron Winland, Roger Mitchell, Judy Kreager, Donald Morgan, Sharon Trudy Stevens, Phyllis Egan, Elaine Callan, Marilyn Cameron, Wil- berta MacTavish, Lois Rey, Betty Dellingter, Judy Weaver, Patricia Fluharty, Pat Gamble. Row 8-Nancy Crist, Ronald Jackson, Peggy Packham, Frances Gaskella, Gary McLaughlin, William Simpson, Phylis Dustheimer, John Whyde, Edward Leon McGlone, William Palmer, Evelyn Bodoh, Marilyn Ash. Row 9-Jerry Fifield, Donald Goodin, Terry Cooperrider, Alfred Haga, Phil Hivnor, Warren Dickover, Ronald Maidel, Georgia Teal. The band, headed by Myron Pearce and Thomas Bynum, assistant director, consists of one hundred and thirty-one members. The customary cycle of events started with summer band of five weeks. Next there was a five-day trip to Chicago in August a week at band camp, and on Sepember 28 and 29, a journey to the Akron Rubber Bowl where they put on a half-time show. The band also participated in football games, pep rallies, and all civic parades. About 80 members of the band went to Mansfield High School on March l to para ticipate in the District No. 7 Solo and Ensemble contest. The ratings received were twelve also received a superior rating on March 15. ff superior, seventeen excellent, and five very good. The band at the District No. 7 Band and Chorus contest held in Newark The feature highlight of the year was the annual Spring and l0 at the Auditorium Theatre. On May 9 and 10 Five Star Band Festival which includes Mansfield, Springfield, Band concert held on April 9 Newark played host to the Washington Court House, and Lancaster . A massed band of six hundred players performed under the direction of guest conductor Charles Minelli of Ohio University. S The year concluded at Commencement on June 5. 118 1 ORCH ESTRA Row 'l-Mary I-lornyak, Jean McCleary, Marilyn Crebs, Joan Canter, John Knechtges, Sandra Pound, Phil Hivnor Gilbert Hornyak, Linda Hornung. Row 2-Marcia Brothers, Arlene Peck, Susan Hupp, Jim Redman, Alan Pound, Marie McCartan, Molly Lewis, Char lotte Miller, Nancy Crist, Gary Mclaughlin, Gary Sams. Row 3-Doug Wilson, Warren Dickover, Larry Gander. By Piano-Mr. McPhail. The orchestra, under the direction ot Irving McPhail, had very little activity throughout the year. It played in the Christmas Music Concert and at Baccalaure- ate Service in June. The group has shown improvement since last year under its new director, Mr. McPhaiI. '11 in I CHOIR fbh ZW Row I-Rosie Keebler, Susan Hupp, Melanee Morgan, Vicki Keck, Joyce Jones, Carol Fox, Nancy Dyer, Dixie Han- nahs, Carol Kinney, Nancy Bradshaw, Susie Fredritz, Marie McCartan, Beverly Henderson, Sue Orr, linda loar, Marianne Crist, Jane Kirk. Row 2-Noretta Hunt, Jan Lawrence, Pat Offenbaker, Sandra Jinks, Jackie Tyson, Becky Brodt, Betsy Oder, Susie Scott, Alice Clark, Lola Edgell, Mary Hornyak, Dianne Fitzsimmons, Sandra Vaughn, Marilyn Boyling, JoAnn McCleary, Carol Chase, Linda Crowley, Banna Leah Beeney, Geraldine Acton. Row 3-James Moore, Joseph Lowery, William Craig, Jack Olpp, Joe Goss, Christine Crist, Ruth Westbrook, Bonnie Egnew, Wanda Houdeshell, June Winkelman, Julia Mercer, Linda Hornung, Judy Gard, Barbara Brown, Willa Mae Oliver, Pat Fluharty, Sandy Wilson, Diane Blakely, Judy Hoffaker. Row 4-Tom Gardner, Robert Hall, James Braden, Steve Groban, Walter Bolton, Dick Boder, Niles Stewart, Harold Duckett, Judson Pomeroy, John Bradshaw, Milburn George, Bob Swisher, Janet Cunningham, Carolyn Williams, Vicky Lannan, Sharon Donaghue, Darlene Colby, Sylvia Maddox, Richard Pimm, Larry Potter. The Choir, which was directed by Mr. Wayne Thomas, had ninety-six mem- bers this year. On November 13 and T4 the Choir presented H.M.S. Pinafore in the audi- torium. lt participated in the District contest on March 15 in Central Junior High School. The Choir sang at the State PTA Conference on April 22 and in the A A Spring Concert on May I and 2. Closing the year it sang for Baccalaureate. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Row l-Mary l.inn, Judy DeFrance, Edris Adams, Linda Kornbauer, Dixie Springslon, Marylin Gasl, Jean Ann Norris, Carol Fryling, Phyllis Eagon, Brenda Nelhers, Linda Pickell, Dolli Wright, Judy McCoy, linda McKiblaen, lois Rey, Sandra Geidenberger, Judy McDonough, Virginia Wrighl, Sandy line, Edwina Moore, Carolyn Toolhaker, Mary McCann, Melanie Smith, Sue Franklin, Nancy Crisl. Row 2-Mariorie Patrick, Jane Pyle, Joan Pryer, Judy Barrell, Joyce Wears, Carol Marlin, Belly Patrick, Joan Garee, Judy Pimm, Barb Kreider, Martha McClain, Carol Beeney, Barbara Hughes, Saundra Kay Bell, Joyce Weakley, Bonnie Macklin, Diane Harman, Gladys Pervis, Joyce McCleary, Mary Hoffer, Suzzane Richardson, Pal Monlanaro. Row 3-Mary Ann Cunningham, Blanche Terry, Mary Yanlis, Barbara Russell, Neva Hunl, Belsy Frye, Mary Hill, Linda Harris, Carol King, Rulh Coffman, Marianne Gaskella, Lorella Farmer, lorella Billman, Helen Givins, Kaye Dillehay, Mary Lake, Iris Romine, Mary Kay Meckley, Sandra Leslie, Kim Thompson, Sue Drumm, Barbara Williams, Judilh Boyer, Sandra Nelhers, Sandra Taylor. Row 4-Dorolhy Loar, Molly Bodoh, Belh Ann Fluharly, Sandra Myers, Billy McCabe, Earlene Sellers, Margarel Givens, Danna Fulk, Connie Hickman, Judy Helphry, Carole Livingslon, Connie Dulcher, Jo Ellen Klein, Teresa Wagner, Mary Lou Tims, Jody Iler, Nancy Guess, Dolly Jakeway, Arlene Reinlaeau, Mary Spense, Ann House, Carol Jones, Peggy Chapman, Dophine Norman, Carol Myers. The sophomore Girls Glee Club, under The direcTion of Wayne Thomas, con- sisfs of Two classes each of Tiffy-five girls The Glee Club has Taken parT in The A9 ChrisTmas Music Program aT The Music Building and in The disTricT solo and en- semble conTesT aT Newark. They received an excellenT raTing. They also sang aT The sTaTe PTA conference on April 22, IT also performed in The choir concerT on May 1 and 2. Y N V- --W MUSIC APPRECIATION Row I-Sandra Bell, Betty Elk, Mary Clayton, Joyce Eifinger, Susan Fredritz, Sue McDonald, Leann Lucas, Jane Kirk, Joan Salmon, Linda Loar, Gwen Thropp, Arlene Spiker, Earl Loar, Tom Danley, Bruce Wood. Row 2-Ann MacTavish, Coral Evans, Marla Cline, Marilyn Krebs, Martha Cline, Roberta Buckey, Mary Twinem, Georgia Teal, Janet Cunningham, Suzanne Deming, Dick Hoback, Ernie Kuhn, Linda Rechel, Charlotte Miller, Shalmir Watson, Tom Tripp, Sandy Scaffide, Bob Baldwin, Dave Swick, Tom Swank. ' 'PWM I First Row-Marilyn Boder, Judy Class, Marcia Brothers, Barbara Brown, Mary Hoffer, Carolyn Toothaker, Suzanne Deming, Linda Pickett, Bob Laird, Don,Whaley, Tom Whittington, Gail Boyer. Standing-Jerry Priest, Leonard Wooles, John Keller, Diana Patterson, Alan Tomlinson, Beth Powell, Barbara Buchanan, Sylvia Shannon, Susan Scott, Pamele Oldham, Diana Douglas, Beverly Roberts, Carol Height, Ernie Kuhn, Brenda Cantlon, Patricia Zesiger, Nancy Wolfe, Barbara Drumm, Carolyn Holbest, Patricia Beall, Linda Lawrence, Kay Durant, Jean Park- inson, Jim Moore, Janet Stauffer, Bonna Beeney, Christine Crist, Judy Baumgarten, Susan Hupp, Vickey Keck, Carol Chase, Melinda Rockney. MUSIC APPRECIATION First Row-Carol Whitis, Trudy Stevens, Sandra McKee, Suzanne Elis, Elaine Callan, Linda Willey, Ruth Willoughbey, Evelyn Bodah, Joyce Montgomery, Sylvia Maddox, Emilie Neff, Rosalie Rizzo, Mariorie Morgan, Barbara McKim, Judy Pyle, Betty Sue Goddard, Larry Cox, Terry Raison, Gilbert Hornyak, Harold Duckett. Standing-linda Harris, Janice Wolford, Don Goodin, Sandra Smart, Willa Mae Oliver, Peggy Chapman, Ed Mc- Glone, Joyce Lawrence, Jack Olpp, lynn Oxley, Steve Groban, Bonnie Egnew, Phyllis Dustheimer, Bob Hall, Sandy Pound, Jerry Wolfe, Connie Collins, Garry Mclaughlin, Bill Palmer, Nancy Jones, Wanda Houdeshell, Terry Cooperider, Jim Reed, June Winkelman, John Whyde, John Bradshaw, Larry Ruton, George Johnson, Kenny Gregg, Tom Gardner, Dan McGinnis, Zane Mann, Dave Gelfer, Bob Shults, David Smith. Music Appreciation is guided by the philosophy that only the best is worthy of the name of educa- tion, therefore, the club presents to its listeners every other week the finest in recorded music. The club was reorganized on January I6 after having been defunct since I954. It began activities again as the resuit of a spontaneous outburst of in- terest among students themselves. Granted a charter late in the year by Student Council, these musically minded young people elected Jerry Wolfe to be their president, Sue McDonald their secretary, and Tom Swank their treasurer. Wolfe appointed a Board of Directors which served to sift all matters pertaining to the cIub's operating and listening activities. The Board con- sisted of Nancy Wolfe, Ann Trexel, David Svvick, Robert Baldwin, Gary Sams, and Richard I-lobaclc. Gordon R. Kingery served as adviser of the club. During the second semester the club voted a sum of twenty-five dollars to help the finances of the Reveille Review. It became a member of the RCA Victor R t I Society of Great Music for which it received the nine symphonies of Beethoven X ,M V played by the NBC Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Arturo Toscanini. K' Membership in the club totaled 160 students. K' 123 TH ESPIANS Row 'I-Gale Boyer, Barbara Campbell. Row 2-Mary Ann Enich, Jeff Coelho, Diane Douglas. Row 3-Mary Pharis, Judy Cunningham, Harold Clawson. Row 4-Emilie Neff, Jackie Ketchum, Connie Strouse. Row 5-Connie Collins, Natalie Art, Mr. Hughes. During the summer months, Thespian President Barbara Campbell devised a constitution for the club. After the opening of school, Vice-president James Re ed, Secretary Judy Groves, Treasurer Gail Boyer, and adviser Mr. Robert Hughes co-ordinated their efforts and a new constitution was submitted to the club and gained approval. During the school year, Thespians have had several joint meetings with students inter-ested in dramatics. In the fall of the year, Th-espians worked with the music department in the staging ofthe Operetta, H.M.S. Pinafore. A meeting was held in December to find out what type of programs club members desired and what could be done to stimulate more interest in the club. ln the spring another successful Thespian activity, the senior class play, Lost Horizon, was enacted. In order for Newark High students to gain points to ioin Thespians, a play, written by Newark High School students, in College English Xll, was produc-ed for members of the Licking County Historical Society. President Barbara Campbell directed QQ. this production. ln March students were given the o portunit to see the Ohio State Q. I0 Y Q University staging of A Midsummer's Night Dream. This experience pro- X vided dramatic-minded people with an increase in culture and in the QS' ' 1 knowledge of successful producing. ef-0 A banquet was held in the spring where new officers and new mem- Qf bers were presented with proper ceremonies 124 RADIO CLUB Row I-John Ankele, Linda Crowley, Danny Davis, Sally Devereaux, Sally Plummer, Bruce Wood, Gail Boyer, Janet Cunningham. Row 2-Mr. Hughes, Barbara Campbell, Molly McLaughlin, Noreila Hunt, Brent Conaway, Charles Heffley, linda Hor- nung, Leann Lucas. The main activity of the Radio Club this year was to produce a fifteen-minute program called High-Time over Radio Station WCLT, the purpose of which was to give adults some idea of what was going on at NHS. The program, which consisted of a preview of activities for the coming week, a feature, a five- minute theatre, and some philosophy of education, was directed by and partici- pated in each week by various members of the club. The time alloted by WCLT was every Friday at 3:15 p.m. Prerequisits for membership in the club are that the student write one five- minute theatre and two one-minute commercials. To remain a member of the club, one must earn a total of ten Radio Club points, five a semester. Points are given for writing, announcing, and directing. Officers for the club were Sally Plummer, president, Bruce Wood, vice! president, Sally Devereaux, secretary, Danny Davis, treasurer, and Mr. Hughes, adviser, 125 SCIENCE 'CLUB Row 1-Dick Hoback, Bob Gaunder, Betty Goddard, Barbara McKim. Row 2-Marilyn Boder, Gilbert Hornyak, Joan Salmon, David Smith, Leann Lucas, Kenny Gregg, George Johnson Mariorie Morgan, Melvin Bascomb, Kay McPherson, Robert Drake. Standing-David Lewis, John Hendricks, Mr. Steinberger. The Science Club This year had a membership of approximaTely 20 members who Took biology, chemisTry, or physics. The club was divided inTo biology, chemisTry, and physics secTions-each of which had several programs. Programs This year included several inTeresTing movies, guesT speakers, and Talks by mem- bers. One of The speakers was Dr. Wong, professor of chemisfry aT The OSU branch. The club meT The firsT and Third Monday of each mo'nTh. The aim was To furTher The inTeresT and sTudy of The various phases of science. Several mem- bers enTered proi-ecTs in The Science Day ConTes'T held in Columbus. Officers This year were Richard Hoback, presidenT, RoberT Gaunder, vice- presidenT, BeTTy Sue Goddard, secreTary, and Barbara McKim, Treasurer. FaculTy adviser was P. G. Sfeinberger. ASTRONOMY CLUB Row 'I-Betty Goddard, Mike O'Brien, David Smith, Barbara McKim, Mariorie Morgan, John Knechtges Row 2-Goeffry leister, Freddy Fryman, Mr. Ashcrafi, George Dell, Ed McGlone. The Astronomy Club, organized in 1956-1957, has had its second success- ful year. The club this year had approximately 12 members, with Mr. Ash- craft as the faculty adviser. The meetings were held in Room 304 and the library. The purpose of the group was to further the interest in the study of astron- omy. Many interesting programs were held, including guest speakers and talks by members. During the summer of 1957, members of the club sold square feet of land on Mars as a money-raising proiect. This year th-e club began work on a 12W-inch telescope with proceeds from the "land sale." Also this year the club participated in the International Geophysical Year by observ- ing meteors and the aurora. Officers this year were David Smith, president, Michael O'Brien, vice- president, and Mariorie Morgan, secretary-treasurer. CAMERA CLUB Row 1-Mary Ann Enicli, Eddie Pryor, David Fetter, Susan Everett. Row 2-Cynthia Dowling, Terry Frame, lee Howard, Sam Farrington, Goeffrey Leister, David Smith, Carl Oatman, Janet Baker. The Camera Club was newly organized this year at NHS. It had approxi- mately 12 members, who were interested in learning more about the art of photography. Due to m-eetings of other clubs on the first and third Mondays of each month, th-e Camera Club held only two or three meetings. One ot the ac- com Iishments was that the club b-e an renovation ot the seldom-used school I0 Q dark room. president. Mr. Pilcher was the faculty adviser. Officers this year were Edward Pryor, president, and Tom Davis, vice- K AUDIO VISUAL SERVICE CLUB Sealed-Mr. Rose, Ben Hauman, John Hendricks, Kappy Walker, Larry Williams, Dennis Runkle. Standing-Jim Wright, Lee Howard, Terry Cooperider, Donald Occhuizzi, Dick Debevoise, Terry Frane, Bob Aslaell, Chuck Boyd, David Lewis, Ronnie Householder, Dick Wallace, Dale Grove, Gary Scheffer, Rey Whiteman, Brent Conway The Audio Visual Service Club, under the guidance of Mr. Robert Rose, has 33 members. Its officers were John Hendricks, president, Ray Walker, vice-president, Ben Hauman, treasurer, and Larry Williams, secretary. This year seven new members were to be Trained by these officers and other club members. They were taught to uphold the aim of the club, which is to be of service to the school and community. The club has a point system by which mem bers can earn certificates and a letter. After the first eight hours of films shown by a member, he receives an operator's certificate. When an operator has acquired IOOO points at the average of three points per film, he will receive a let- ter "N". ln October, Ray Walker, vice-president, showed the club colored slides of his recent trip to Europe. The Members are also trained to operate the I6 mm. movie proiectors. They are taught to operate tape recorders, record players, and slide proiectors. Li Several members help with the public address system during assemblies. If spotlights are needed, members of the club operate these. Before each new member is given his operator's card, he takes a written test on the subiect taught in the training class. He must receive a grade of 7579 or better to remain a member of the club. The reason for this requirement is the cost of the apparatus they operate which is beween S500 and SI,OOO. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Row Row Row Scaffide. Row -Charles Schonhar, Kenny Beeney, Phil Koblens, Margie Thompson, Myrlie Pickering, Shirley Scanlan, Mr. Nye. Lurinda Stevens, Esther Foor, Christine Hammock, Judy Storer, Judy Markel, Judy Groves. -linda Baumgartner, Mary Kay Ratliff, Marna Duffee, Sally Loughman, Barb Miller, Roberta Nutter, Eleanor -Larry Lightle, Ann Seckel, Mary Fleming, Ron Van Hook. The purpose of the Distributive Education Club is to create an interest in the field of distribution. This club is open to students of Newark High School who are interested in salesmanship. This past year the Distributive Education Club has conducted tours to the WCLT Radio Station and the Newark Advocate in October. lt has also conducted tours in March to the John J- Carroll Store, Kline's Department Store, and Mer- chandising, incorporated. The Central and Southern Regional Distributive Education Club of American Convention and the Day State Convention of the Distributive Education Club of America was attended by members of the local aggregation. The Distributive Education Club has sponsored the sale of play tickets, candy sales, and the sale of mums at the football games. They have sponsored the annual employee-employer banquet in appreciation of the cooperation and as- sistance of the local merchants. The twenty-five members of the Distributive Education Club had as their officers Sally Loughman, president, Eleanor Scaffide, vice-president, Judy Groves, secretary, Barbara Miller, treasurer. The adviser for this year and for the past four years was Mr. Bernard Nye. SALES ORGANIZATION Seated-Gary Graham, Judy Barrett, Dorothy loar, Carolyn Jones, Dale Grigsby. Standing-Janice Wolford, Ruth Westbrook, Charlotte lewis, Marjorie Davis, Joyce Lawrence, Molly Bodoh, Mr. Stradley, John Lowery, Elizabeth Lodbell. This organization, under the direction of Edward Stradley, carries on its activity only during the football season. Pupils wanting to gain some practical experience in merchandising are eligible to become a member of the group. All refreshments sold at the football games are by these pupils and their leaders. Most of the pupils are paid on an hourly basis for their services, while a few work on a commission. The proceeds of these sales are used for school activities or to purchase something from which the maiority of the student body will benefit. The most recent expenditure from this organization's fund was 5685.00 for the publishing of the Guide to Registration handbook. This booklet is given to every pupil in the Newark School System from eighth grade through the eleventh. If the Reveille Review's present financial problems become too great to pub- lish the final issue, some aid will probably be given to them. ln anticipating the many things that will be needed in the new high school, it will be well to have a balance in this fund to help get some of them. A F' t 1 ,0 131 KEY CLUB Row 'I-Dave Leidy, Gary Bolen, Ed Erick. Row 2-Jerry Wolfe, Bob Baldwin, Jim Smith. Row 3-George Johnson, Charles Blakeley, Bill Craig. Row 4-John Ankele, Steve Inscho, Carl Oatman. Row 5-Dave Swick, Dave Sperry. Row 6-Tom Swank. Row 7-Mr. Hale. The Key Club of Newark High School had an interesting and varied program with its 36 members participating. The club met at 7:30 the first and Third Wed- nesdays of each month in room 300. The officers for the year were Dav.e Swick, president, Willie Thomas, vice president, Ed Erick, secretary, and Jim Smith, treasur-er. The advisers were Mr. Jack Hale of th-e school faculty, and Mr. Joe Calbeck and Mr. Carl Hollar of the Kiwanis Club. Each member was on a special committee to help plan the various projects. In addition to an extensive program of meetings, which included a field trip to Ohio Axle and Gear, the Key Clubbers ushered at the home football and basketball games. Every Monday two members of the club attended the din- ner meeting of the Kiwanis Club. Jim Smith and John Ank-ele were sent as delegates to the Ohio District Con- vention at Cleveland, and Bob Baldwin, Jim Smith, and Dave Swick W-ere sent to The National Convention in Washington, D.C, HI-Y Top Picture-Robert S. Deafenbaugh lAdviserl, Ronald Boylan lChaplainl, Bill Richards lTreasurerl, Larry Ashcraft lSecretaryl, Robert Asbell iPresidentl, Jerry Honaker KYMCA SecretarYl, Steven Blum Nice-Presidentl, .lerry Brenhiser iSergeant-At-Armsl. Bottom Picture-Row 1: Howard Gregg, Bill Richards, Larry Ashcraft, Robert Asbell, Steven Blum, Ronald Boylan, Richard Charles. Row 2: Dick Jones, Charles Johnson, Chuck Boyd, Jerry Brenhiser, Gary Pidock, Gary Dilts, Glenn Vermilion. Row 3-Robert S. Deafenbaugh, Charles Clark, Charles Schonhar, Jerry Richards, Donald Fee, James Shriner, David Stauffer, John Keller. This year the Hi-Y Club had one of its most active memberships in recent years. The officers were Bob Asbell, president, Steve Blum, vice-president, Larry Ashcraft, secretary, Bill Richards, treasurer, Jerry Brenhiser, sergeant-at-arms, and Ronnie Boylan, chaplain. The club consisted of twenty-one members. Several attended Camp Nelson Dodd throughout the year. Various conferences were held during the year at Athens, Ohio. The members of the club sold Christmas trees, combs, and book covers throughout the year as money-making projects. The boys also used the local YMCA gym and swimming pool at various times throughout the year. Robert Deafenbaugh was adviser. The club met every Thursday at 7:30 in the evening at the YMCA. 133 SENIOR Y-TEENS Row 1-Dianne Blakely, Vicki Carver, Noretta Hunt, Mariorie Thompson, Pat Eis, Joyce Eifinger, Marilyn Crebs, Row 2-June Winkelman, Wanda Houdeshell, Marilyn Boder, Betty Elk, Mary Alice Clayton, Roberta Buckey, Carolyn Parker, Susan Fredritz. Row 3-Lurinda Stevens, Nancy Jones, Betty Goddard, Brenda Cantlon, Suzanne Deming, Judy Pyle, Marjorie Morgan, linda Smart. Row 4-Judy Cartnal, Carol Maddux, Eleanor Scaffide, Barbara Hunter, Barbara Braddock, Pat Sullivan, Sally Devereaux, Emilie Neff, Mary Lippincott. Row 5-Stella Darkes, Margie Basford, Linda Loar, Shirley White, Joan Salmon, Betty Smith, Judy Markham, Mary Lybargar, Kay Durant. Row 6-Gail Boyer, Wiletta Ackers, Bonnie Glass, Carol Buchanan, Judy Glasmeier, Sue Farnham, Nancy Farquhar, Pat Fulk, Suzanne Humes, Judy Storer. This year's Senior Y-Teens Club was not very active. Few meetings were held. Officers were Ann Trexel, president, Sally Loughman, Treasurer: Connie Strouse, secretary, Nancy Farquhar, sergeant-ai'-arms. The adviser was Miss Helen Williams. SENIOR Y-TEENS Row I-Nancy Skinner, Rosalie Rizzo, Garnet McCleary, lean lucas, Janet Leek, Barbara Drumm. Row 2-Barbara Tucker, linda Hornung, Jane Kirk, Sally Loughman, Linda Marlin, Ann Trexel, Connie Strouse, Marla Cline. The club held a candy sale and made pornpoms for their annual dance which was held on April 12. In addition the group worked extensively on their proiect, the Starlight Class. 5 JUNIOR Y-TEENS Seated-Katherine Hess, Barbara Brown, Elizabeth Dowling, Susie Cree, Judy Morman, Judy Humes, Susie Scott. Standing-Francis Gaskella, Sally Shields, Christine Crist, Jean McCleary, Susan Rada, Barbara Marshall, June Goff, Jackie Ketchem, Rita McGinnis, Nancy Bradshaw, Carole Boyling, Judy Senff, Carolyn lonzo, Julia Soucelc, Marilyn Boyling, Brenda Waddell, Diana Jacobs, linda Zellar, Sandy McCartney, Jayne Steiner, Pat Parkhill, Yvonne Yocky, Lena Matthews, Judi Schenk, Deanna Hannum, Shalmir Watson, Sandy Scaffide, Judy Houseman. The officers of the Junior Y-Teens for the year were Judy Gard, president, Sylvia Maddox, vice president, Saundra Strouse, secretary, and Willa Mae Oliver, treasurer. The adviser was Miss Headlee. The club met once every month and often participated in ioint meetings with the senior and sophomore clubs. The club's first loig activity of the year was the tea which it gave following the initiation services on November 24 for the initiates and their guests. During the Christmas holidays The Junior Y-Teens supplied Christmas dinner and a large JUNIOR Y-TEENS Seated-Willa Mae Oliver, Sandra Strouse, Sylvia Maddox, Judy Gard, Kay Swartz, Susan Everett, Sandra McKee. Standing-Julia Mercer, Judy Baumgartner, Sandy Morrison, Judy Rey, Diana Kerns, Charlene Sfalnaker, Judy John, Carol Wright, Carol Kinney, Donna Fulk, Sue Goodwin, Susan Hupp, Sue Landefeld, Janet Baker, Alice Clarke, Suzanne Blamer, Carol Chase, Suellen Sutphen, Beth Ann Belter, Mary Twinem, Billie Bowman, Sue Orr, Darlene Colby, Donna Lusk, Betsy Ocler, Miss Headlee. supply of staples to a local, needy family. On March l they presented a style show in the auditorium, using clothes from King's Department Store. During the week of March 3-7, the service committee collected clothing for Save the Chil- dren Federation, which distributes used clothing to the needy and abroad. This year the club had one hundred and twenty-nine members. SOPHGMORE Y-TEENS Row 'I-Jerilyn Drake, Mary Lake, Linda Kornbaur, Jane Pyle, Linda McKilabin, Carol Myers, Joyce Wears. Row 2-Carol Beeney, Sandra Bell, Barbara Tricky, Judy DeFrance, Flory Jones, Carolyn Toothaker, Linda Pickett, Sue Franklin, Carol Reed. Row 3-Virgene Dowling, Tanya Goff, Sandy Leslie, Lu Ann Handel, Janice Kemper, Linda Lorenzen, Pat Montanaro, Judy Mount. Row 4-Alyce Factor, Marilyn Parker, Lynn Wallace, Sylvia Shannon, Pam Oldham, Sue Drumm, Sharon Smith, Kay Kinsey, Barbara Kennedy, Linda Buckey. Row 5-Charlotte Lewis, Barbara Connors, Linda Nagy, Mary Spence, Virginia Wright, Dotty Wright, Connie Dutcher, Judy Helphrey, Donna George, Connie Hickman. Row 6-Judy Barrett, Dorothy Loar, Fay Lobbelle, Mollie, Bodoh, Judy ller, Becky Rader, Joyce Weakley, Anita Freytag, Barbara Hughes, Kay Kipley. The Sophomore Y-Teens Club, which had one hundred and Thirty-five mem- bers This year, was advised by Mrs. Marilyn Alspach. The officers were Lois Rey, president, Karen Myers, vice president, Tanya Goff, secretary, and Pat Monianaro, Treasurer. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS Row Row Row Row Row Taylor. 'I-Darlene Wills, Charlene Carson, Sandy Cline, Linda Livingston, Judy Smith, Judy Duncan. 2-Kay Keller, Mary Lou Tims, Jane Davidson, Marty Craft, Sandy Laird, Jo Ellen Cline, Nancy Crist. 3-Linda Harris, Carol King, Mary Hoffer, Bonnie Sunkle, Lois Rey, Judy Lord, Phyllis Eagan. 4-Marsha Blizzard, Mary Jo Wells, Ann Wilson, Sharyn Thompson, Karen Myers, Winnegene Acton. 5-Sharon Walsh, Cynthia Dillehay, Carolyn Halbert, Nancy Wolfe, Judy Stoneburner, Dixie Springton, Sandra n if The club activities for the year included the Christmas Party for under- privileged children on December i, the Y-Teen Christmas Party on December 1, a dance on March 3, and the selling of tickets and serving for the Jaycees' YWCA Pancake Day. LATIN CLUB Row I-Lois Rey, Flory Jones, GreTcl1en Rader, Rosalie Rizzo, Barbara Braddock, linda Sipe, Linda Saunders. Row 2-Diane Fosler, Barbara Conner, Brenda Canflon, Suzanne Deming, Judy Mulnix, Judy Rilchey, Delores Young, Marlha Crafi. Row 3-Peggy Packhem, Jo Ann Kavalyecs, Susan Hupp, Kay Kinsey, Anity FryTag, Joyce Weakley, Bonnie Sunkle, Nancy Crisi, Pa! Monlanaro, Sandy l.avid, Linda Coffman. Row 4-.ludy Iler, Judy Kaiser, Sue Franklin, Al Haga, Carol King, l.uAnn Handle, Barbara Kreider, Bonnie Macklin, Barb Williams, Judy Houseman. Row 5-Bob Gaunder, Ben Rader. AfTer Two years inacTiviTy, The LaTin Club was revived aT Newark High School. IT was firsT organized in T945 under Mr. C. P. SmiTh. ln i948 iT was disbanded. In i955 Miss Mc- Creary reorganized The club, buT iT was dropped because of The lack of sTudenT en- Thusiasm. The purpose of The club is To suppIemenT class work wiTh The exTra maTerial and infor- maTion for which class Time can noT be Taken. IT is open To all sTudenTs Taking LaTin. This year The club's aTTendance reached l25 wiTh an average of 90 sTudenTs per meeTing. The officers for This year were as follows: LATIN CLUB Row 'I-Carl Oatman, Larry Carver, Carol Hanshue, Carolyn Toothaker, Linda Pickett, Edris Adams, Carol Reid, John Ankele. Row 2-Walter Bolten, Bill Palmer, John Bradshaw, Choral Evans, Carol Livingston, Kay Phillips, Teresa Wagner, Kim Thompson, Roberta Pettet, Bill Powell, Vicki Lukasko, Nancy McFarland. Row 3-John Whyde, Earl Harris, Dana McQuinn, Jerry McCan, Saundra Bell, Sharon Thompson, Barbara Williams, Linda Buckey, Mary Lou Tims, Robin Pierce, .lean Parkinson, Linda Lawrence, Winogene Acton. Row 4-Marianne Gaskella, Barbara Hughes, Judy Maddux, Steve Gershon, Dave Powell, Barbara Drumm, Miss McCreary. Row 5-Charlotte Lewis, Janet Long, Glen Vermilion, Ricky Van Winkle, Joe Goss, Robert Hall, Reese Alban, Charles Warden, Joe Mitchell. Row 6-Kathleen Kipley, Kay Bush, Dick Bibart, Dave leidy, Tom Gardner, .lerry Knappenberger. Barbara Drumm, president, Reese Alban, vice-president, Gretchen Rader, secre- tary, and Judy Houseman, treasurer. A limited number ot meetings were held, but the ones held had very in- teresting programs. A Christmas play was put on by members of the club, fol- lowed by the singing of Christmas Carols in Latin. Slides of her trip to Europe last summer were shown to the Club by Mariorie Morgan. A Roman banquet ended the activities for the year. P. T. A. 'lst Row-Mrs. Joseph Kuhn, Mrs. Earl Humes Mrs. Grace Ryder. 2nd Row-Mr. Frew C. Boyd. Not Present-Mr. Edward Craig. The Parent Teachers Association met four Times during the year. Officers for this year were Mr. Edward Craig, president, Mrs. Earl Humes, vice-president, Mr. Frew C. Boyd, 2nd vice-president, Mrs. Joseph Kuhn, Secretary, and Mrs. Grace Ryder, treasurer. Total number of members were 801. This is the largest membership in the history of the school. The PTA did very much work to help pass the school levy and school bond issue. They also purchased badges for Student Council members. The chief interest of the association is to promote welfare and interest of the school and the students, and especially to help needy students. The chairmen of the PTA group are Mrs. Maxwell Douglas, publicity, Mrs. Garmon Conway, representative to PTA Council, Mrs. W. P. Eis, membership, Mrs. Carl Swick, hospitality, Mrs. W. C. Myers, scholarship, Mrs. Forest Reid, historian, and Mrs. Harold Runkle, magazine chairman. A GYM LEADERS CLUB Row I-Betsy Oder, Sandy Strouse, Diana Kern, Susie Cree, Anita Freytag, Sue Franklin, Mrs. Carlo. Row 2-Carol Martin, Sharon Myers, Sandy Birkey, Pat Montanaro, Julia Mercer, Joyce McCleary, Diana Douglas, Jackie Kelchem. Row 3-Sue Null, Teresa Wagner, Sandy Taylor, Willa Mae Oliver, Sandy Leslie, .lane Pyle, Carol Wallace. Row 4-Pat Parkhill, Judy Schenk, Suellen Sutphen, Pam Oldham, Barbara Kreider, Bonnie Sunnkle, Ann Wilson. The Gym Leaders Club was organized in teen members from the sophomore class, and February for the first time at NHS. its mem- fourteen from the iunior class. bership consisted of girls with leadership Officers were Julia Mercer, president, Susie qualities who were vitally interested in physi- Cree, vice-president, and Suellen Sutphen, cal education activities. The club had seven- secretary. The obiectives of the club are: l. To organize and administer all G.A.A. intramural games and to purchase awards for winning teams. 2. To aid Mrs. Carlo during physical education classes. 3. Tolearn the finer points and skills of physical education. 4. To teach and encourage good sportsmanship through example. Mrs. Joe Carlo was the sponsor of the club. The club met every Tuesday 5 night in the NHS gym at 6:30 P.M ,fgclfiuified i Picture by Brucfe Ufood Mike O,Brien studies map while Barbara McKim, David Smith, Betty Sue Goddard, and Marjorie Morgan study the seismograph. On September 19 NHS had its first civil defense d r i 1 1. Superintendent Thomas Southard grinds out warning sounds from the hand siren While Mr. joseph Murphy of Sears watches participants. .School fmfcfd fry la Mfimulale 461,001 ww gg. Mr. Ioseph Murphy of Sears Roebuck Qstanding in middlel presents three Geiger counters to th e school. Mr. Richard Baker Cwho at the time the picture was taken was CD head in Newarlcl, and Mr. Stoeclc- mann kneel in front, While Mr. Bovd, Superintendent Southard. Mr. Ashcraft, and Mr. Steinherger flank Mr. hlvirphy. Don M. Smith, Ceditor of the 1948 Reoeille annual? and Clarence Pennington, both from the Advocate, discuss journalistic problems with the Pmeveillc stall. all 0fnillicaiJzefnoyewdNewwuQ20!a0inlfzed4wnwaadnq9anem0cloJml8. .Queen foqce gifingea Qaeda fred luijecfd in llre mizlcife panel alaae. G H O M E C O M I N At The Homecoming dance, held in the gymnasium on October 19, Queen Joyce Eifinger and her court were introduced aT Ten o'clock in The evening. The queen's courT includ-ed Connie Sfrouse, Maid of Honor,'Mar1ha Cline, Emilie Neff, and Ann Trexel. Queen Joyce was crowned by Jim Leslie. Theme of the dance was "Say It with Music." Music was furnished by Al Horsky and his band. D A N C E 'S S H. M. S. PINAFORE Top Picture Row 1-Harold Duckett, Sharon Donaghue, Richard Primm, Carol Chase, Earl Loar. Row 2-Jack Olpp, Vicky Lannon, Tom Gardner. Bottom Picture Row 'I-Darlene Colby, Tom Whittington, linda loar, John Bradshaw, Marilyn Boyling, Dock Boder, Julie Mercer, Sylvia Maddox. Row 2-Christine Crist, Niles Stuart, Marianne Crist, Steve Gardan, Susie Scott, Bob Swisher, Barbara Brown. Row 3-linda Hornung, Jud Poweroy, Alice Clark, Joe Goss, Sandra Vaughn, Jim Braden, Judy Gard. Row 4-Noretta Hunt, Walter Bolton, Wanda Houdeshell, Larry Potter, Joyce Jones, Bob Hall. Row 5-Dan Whaley, June Winkelman, Vicki Keck. Directed by Mr. Wayne Thomas and staged by Mr. Robert C. Hughes, the music department and the dramatics department ioined forces to put on the first operetta at NHS in several years. The production was given in the evening ot Novem- ber i-4 and l5, 1957, in the high school audi- torium. 50 Cast ot H.M.S. Pinafore, by Gilbert and Sul- livan, was as follows: Thomas Gardner, the Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, Jack Olpp, Captain Cor- coran, Richard Pimm, Ralph Rackstraw: Harold Duckett, Dick Deadeye: Earl Loar, Bill Bobstay, Carol Chase, Josephine, Sharon Donaghue, Cousin l-lebe, and Vickie Lannan, Little Buttercup- Formal initiation of Y-Teens was helol on November 24 in the First Presbyterian Church. In the top photo participants are shown enioying a social hour in the basement of the church at the conclusion ot the ceremony. In the bottom photo members of the senior Y-Teen cabinet pose for posterity. Wvamw K Girls Intramurals begin a busy sea son of actlvlty un oler the direction of Nlrs. Joseph Carlo on November 26. Miss McCreary, left, and Miss Roolemann manifestly are enioying Themselves at the foreign language Christmas party in the Music Building. On December 20 the Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Wayne Thomas, presented the annual Christmas pro gram to the entire school. 15:2 2aqauaenwmJozffzo4e44iJaqniqf1J2Lbnff1e94fnmwfaenawaqJad4ff?5 canwloueauaeafdinaolion? fwidlmafl eancefzl' On December 15 the Music Department presented its second annual Christmas program in the Music Building. Participating were the orchestra, under Irving McPhail, the glee club, under VVayne Thomas, the band, under Myron Pearce and Thomas Bynum, and the choir under Wayne Thomas. Audience participation was included with the singing of Christmas carols. On January 31 movie sTar Jackie Loughery invaded a pep meeTing in The local gym and enTerTained The assemblage, ,She Told interviewers ThaT she would soon be casT in The movie The Hot Angel. Lancaster Cheerleaders On February 21 in whaT was probably The finesf pep meeTing of The year, sTu- denTs under The direcTion of Mrs Joseph Carlo, Took over, banished Mr. Harlow, waTched Mr. Davidson Take his case To higher courT, saw Ike Myers chase Leann Lucas in her grass skirT as he charged wiTh a Torfex, and enjoyed "visiTing cheerleaders from LancasTer," shown aT The leTT. They are picTured aT leTT: Rob- erT Baldwin, Terry Raison, David Swick, and Tom Swank. 155 LOST HORIZON Row 'I-Mr. Hughes, Joan Salmon, Jeanette Renick, Barbara McKim, linda Loar, Sharon Donaghue, Connie Collins. Row 2-Melvin Bascomb, Larry Bryson, Victoria Lannan, Charles Heffley, William Saum, Row 3-Emilie Neff, Richard Hoback, James Mitchell. The Senior Class play for T958 was The ChrisTopher Sergel adapTaTion of James HilTon's lost Horizon. The play was given in The eve- ning of March 7 in The audiTorium. The class play was moved inTo The mid-year spoT in order To relieve The heavy load ThaT seniors generally carry aT The end of The year. PorTraying The parT of Conway, The male lead, was James MiTchell. Emilie Neff, as Helen, female lead and a characTer added by Sergel, played opposite Mifchell. Fellow Travelers wiTh Conway in The kidnapped plane were Larry Bryson as Mallinson, Charles Heffley as Henry Barnard and Victoria Lannan as Miss Brinklow. lnhabiTanTs aT Shangri-La were Barbara Mc- Kim as Madam Chang lChang was changed into a female pan because of The lack of male personnell, JeaneTTe Renick as Lo Tsen, NaTaIie ArT as Tashi, Linda Loar as Ai-Ling, and Richard Hoback as The High Lama. Personnel in The prologue and epilogue were Sharon Donaghue as Myra, Joan Salmon as ElizabeTh, Melvin Bascomb as Wyland, and William Saum as RuTherford. Mr. RoberT Hughes direcTed The play, Con- nie Collins assisTed, and Harold Clawson acTed as sTage manager. CAREER DAY On March T8 students of NHS attended the second annual Career Day sessions during the afternoon. 9213? .N Qu ew Barbara Campbell, John Ankele, Carl Oatman, Flory Jones, Barbara Kreider, Teresa Wagner, Harold Clawson, William Powell, Sue Franklin, Kimberly Thompson. H ISTORICAL SOCIETY PLAY In the evening of March 25, in the Trinity Episcopal Church parish house, a play entitled "A Glowing Occasion in the History of New- ark" was presented by a group of students under the direction of Barbara Campbell. The play was written by senior college English classes and edited by Miss Campbell. 157 ANNUAL SPRING BAND CONCERT Clarinets tootle and toot at the annual band concert. On April 3, 4, 5, l957, The Newark High School concert band, with Three other groups, presented the Eleventh Annual Spring Band Concert. Myron A. Pearce conducted The program, Thomas Bynum was the associate director, John McDonald acted as the Master of Ceremonies. The program opened with the Beginners Band, followed by The Cadet and Junior Bands. The high school concert band presented Part ll of The program using as a Theme song, "April ln Paris." The program of the concert band opened with a tone poem, "Sequoia," by La Gassey, and con- 158 tinued with a cornet trio, "The Three Trumpeters," by Bainum, featuring Kenneth King, Ted McMillin, and Gary Sams. "My Fair Lady," a selection by Lowe, followed. The band continued with the concert march, "Pride of the Pacific," by Kleffman, a tango, "La Fonda," by Yoder, "Beguine for Band," by Os- ser, a blues number, "Turquoise Blue," by Lang, featuring Ellis Harris, a drum solo, "Calfskin Cal- lesthenTics," by Bennett, featuring Tom Lawyer, a trombone novelty, "Skid Row," by Bennett, featur- ing Joe Howarth, Gary McLaughlin, and Phil Rich- creek, and "Stars and Strips Forever," by Sousa. The program concluded with the theme song. SEVENTEENTH SPRING CONCERT TQus.e ""i-1-W 44,166 All eyes forward as Mr. Thomas cues singers in On May 2 and 3 chorus groups ot Newark Senior High School presented their 17th Annual Choir Con- cert in the Music Hall under the direction of Wayne D. Thomas, with Thomas Lawyer acting as Master of Ceremonies, and Sylvia Maddox and Susan Hupp as accompanists. The theme for the program was "A Merry-go-Round of Music." Opening the program the Girls Glee Club sang the following numbers: "Holy, Lord God," Cain, "Jesus, Our Lord, We Adore Thee," James, "Nocturnes," Cur- ran, "Take Joy Home," Bassett, "O Mary, Don't You Weep," Wilson, "AII Through the Day," Kern, "It Might As Well Be Spring," Rodgers, "A Fellow Needs A GirI," Rodgers, "Suabian Folk Tune," Arr. Bell, "Rock- a-Bye Baby," Wilson, "Ten Litte Indians," by Johnson. The Tenth Grade Girls' Ensemble also contributed to Part I ot the program with "Heigh-ho, Sing Heigh-ho!" Schirmer, and "Awake 'Tis Spring," Elliot. Opening Part ll ot the program the choir sang "The Cherubim Song," Bortniansky-Tschaikowsky, "To Thee We Sing," Tkach, "O Jesus Grant Me Hope and Com- fort," Franck-Stein, "A Legend," Tschaikowsky-Baldwin,- "Psalm I5O," Lewandowski-Wilson, "The Cherubic Hymn," Tschaikowsky-Hudson. Gene Loar next sang "CIouds," Charles. Jane Kirk sang "Listen to the Lambs," Dett. The Choir continued with "Jacob's Ladder," Wilson, "My Johann," Greig-Ashanoft, and "A Birthday," Woodman-Downing. The Senior Girls' Ensemble then concluded the pro- gram with "I Wish I Wuz," Kuller-Murray, "Itca's Castle," Aschenbrenner, "The New Ashmolean March- ing Society and Students Conservatory Band," Loesser, "A Choral Selection from Carousel," Rodgers, and "Benediction and Sevenfold Amen," Lutkin. 159 Junior- enior lf'0WL At left, Queen Sharon Mount is crowned by Ernie Kuhn, iunior class president. At the right the queen and her court pose for posterity. They are Barbara Church, Virginia Wisener, Queen Sharon, Diana Walker, and Linda Lusetti. At the bottom dancers glimmer and glide to Tommy Dale's band. ONIONS IN THE STEW The class play of the Class of l957 was Onions In The Stew, which was given on May I7 at 8:30 in the evening. The cast as shown above included, row 1 fseatedl-Dennis Runkle and Judson Pomeroy, row 2 fseat- edl-Vurginia Berger, Sally Weianf, Jeff Coelho, James Reed, Jack Shumaker, and Larry Bryson, row 3 lseatedb -Sharon Mount, Sue Lytle, Joanne Metcalf, standing lbelowl-Nancy Grove,, Mr. Robert Hughes, coach, stand- ing Cup riserj-Pat Kunkle, Judy Pierson, Judy Tronstein, Arthur Clawson, Nancy Messimer, Sue Coelho, Tica Roberts, and Gary Cochenour. BACCALAUREATE The Count-Down. The Baccalaureate service of the Class of 1957 was held Sunday afternoon, June 2, at 2:30 in the high school audi- torium. The service began with The orchestra, under the direction of Norbert Kraemer, LSHERS playing The processlonal IIMarChIl from Judy Pyle, Ed Erick, Bill Craig, Steve Blum, Dick Hoback, Lowell Wright, Phil Miller The first I'T1OVeI'Y'leI'1l' of Symphony NO. ll, and Emilie Neff served as escorts at the Baccalaureate service. Brahms. The Reverend C. M. Danford of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church spoke the Invocation, and the orchestra followed with "Dance of the Tumblers" from The Snow Maiden, Rimsky-Korsakov. Next the choir sang "O Jesus Grant Me Hope and Comfort," Franck-Stein, under the direction of Wayne Thomas. Mr. Danford's sermon was entitled "Life's Greatest Challenge." The choir followed with "Cherubim Song," Bortniansky-Tschaikovsky, after which they sang the Lutkin "Benediction" ancl "Sevenfold Amen." The class departed to the strains of the Brahms march. Emilie Neff and Judith Pyle escorted the class into and from the auditorium. Ushers from the iunior class were Philip Miller, Steve Blum, Edward Erick, William Craig, Ernest Kuhn, Lowell Wright, Richard Hoback, and David Swick. 161 SENIOR CLASS PICNIC The senior class picnic was held af The Sunset Club on June 5. Seniors take plunges in The pool, enioy snacks, and iusi generally relax in The sun. COMMENCEMENT Seniors file into auditorium at Commencement. Principal Frew C. Boyd demonstrated his intuitive powers on June 6. 1957, as. during the morning as he worked in his office, he con- tinued to cast his glance at The sun shining into the backyard of the Miller home. Upper- most in his mind was the probable eventuality of having To hold The commencement exercises of the one hundredth class in The high school auditorium. Not since 1945 had iT been nec- essary to celebrate a graduation indoors, The First Methodist Church serving as The setting of that hot and humid night. And although rain had fallen in The afternoon of June 3, 1954, the exercises nevertheless were held aT White Field. In 1957, however, The odds were getting slimmer, and The plethora of rains and storms that was plaguing The country boded ill for an open-air exercise. Then The rain came early in The afternoon, but later so did the sun, momentarily. As the afternoon stretched on, however, the skies darken-ed. Weather reports were gloomy. At five o'clock Mr. Boyd made his decision to hold the commencement at 8:15 in the audi- torium. By 5:45 thunder was quite audible. By six o'clock torrents poured from the sky accompanied by wind and fireworks. By 8:15 parents and friends packed the auditorium. An overflow crowd was directed To several home rooms where the program was heard over the PA system. Emilie Neff and Judy Pyle escorted The grad- uates to their places in the auditorium to the strain of an abbreviated band playing "Pomp and Circumstance," Elgar. The Reverend C. M. Danford of ST. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church gave the invocation, and then the band played a selection, "The Bells of St. Nlary's," Yoder. Dr. Ralph W. McDonald, president of Bowling Green State University, selected "A Time for Greatness" as the title of his com- mencem-ent address. Paul B. Edwards, retir- ing superintendent' of Newark schools, pre- sented the awards. Stacy C. Conrad, presi- dent of the Board of Education, presented the diplomas. After th-e benediction by Pastor Danford, the Class of 1957-The one hundredth commencement group--filed from The auditor- ium to the tempo of the Elgar march, FINAL ASSEMBLY Is everybody happy? The final assembly of The school year 1956- 1957 was held in The afTernoon of June 7. Proceedings were begun wiTh The Pledge of Allegiance To The flag, led by ouT-going STu- denT Council presidenT Michael ClaggeTT. There followed The reading of Psalm 21 and The Lord's Prayer, The laTTer enToned by The sTudenT body. Mr. Frew Boyd Took over. Joyce Burden received an honor scholarship for 1957-1958 To Bowling Green. PaTricia Denney was noTified of admission To Miami UniversiTy wiTh honor. Miss Anne Rodgers presenTed To Tica Rob- erTs a prize for excellence in Spanish. A for- mer sTudenT, Morgan Corder, iunior vice com- mander of The VeTerans of Foreign Wars, Moundbuilders PosT 1060, presenTed Eddie McKee a Trophy for ouTsTanding sporTsmanship on The field. Mr. Boyd commenTed ThaT he liked To have former sTudenTs coming back, buT ThaT he also liked To have pr-esenT sTudenTs here. McKee was noT presenT To receive his award. Miss Florence My-er presenTed an award To four varsiTy cheerleaders: Sharon MounT, Joanne MeTcalf, Barbara Church, and JudiTh Newman. For earning one hundred poinTs or serving Three years in The Audio-Visual Service Club, Mr. RoberT Rose presenTed a replica of a proiecTor To John Jones, Jacob Lauefer, Thomas Lawrence, Lary Lee, and Edmund Ro- mine, Jr. For The Radio Club Mr. Jack DeTTre presenTed for excellence in announcing an award To Loyd Davis, Thomas Lawyer, and Barbara Campbell. A gifT To The school from The NaTional Honor SocieTy was presenTed by Alice Danford. lT was a phoTosTaTic copy machine. James Tyrer presenTed To The school from The Class of 1957 a human skeleTon To replace The wreck now residing in The biology deparTmenT. Tyrer also presenTed The school The COL co-cham- pionship fooTball Trophy from The Team. Mr. James Allen presenTed leTers for base- ball To CheT Connell, Mike Jeffries, Lee Ken- nedy, Granger McKinney, ScoTT Marzano, Rob- erT Orr, Ronald Orr, Fred Pryor, Richard Shields, Tom WorTman, David F. WrighT, Jerry Bishop, and James Reed. Mr. Paul Harlow lConTinued on opposite pagel FINAL ASSEMBLY next presented for Mr. Douglas letters for golf. They went to John Ridella, Ronald Swart, James Berry, Richard Conner, and Thomas Toothman. Mr. Harlow next com- mented on the track team of which he is coach. He pointed out its good condition, good shape, and the fact that it was the first local running aggregation that had won the District meet for for several years. tNewark tied with Colum- bus Central in the District in 1936 when both teams earned 51 W points apiecaej He pointed out that the 880 relay team of Bishop, T. Myers, Metcalf, and Leslie set a new record in the time of l:33.l, that the mile relay team composed of the same boys won in a time of 3:37 Crun in the rain, incidentally, with two inches of water on the trackl, and that Rodger Metcalf took a first in the 440 and thereby be- came the first quarter-miler from Newark to win the District in the history of NHS track. Tyrer then presented for track the District Class AA trophy to the school. Ernest Kuhn next received the Harvard Book award. Mr. Rose then introduced unsung heroes who operate motion picture machines for various classes and care for PA assembly broadcasts. They were Tom Lawrence, James Wright, Ronald Trager, Terry Frame, and David Lewis. Mike Clagget then handed over the gavel of Student Council to vice president Robert Baldwin, who accepted in the absence of Ernest Kuhn, who was attending Boys' State. CLASS STATISTICS MOTTO-We are what we make ourselves. FLOWER-White rose. COLORS-POWdCT blue and White. ENROLLMENT-Three hundred twenty-two. fix 3? X..-f We Specialize In Q Publication Printing Q Catalogs Q Annuals Q Direct Mail Advertising Q Business Forms I Stationery THE ADVOCATE PRINTING COMPANY QQ, Offset anal Letierpress Printers -- Office Supplies ADVOCATE BUILDING NEXVARK, OHIO l l SINCE Business Furniture 1 l I i 1820 .' FAir1ax 5- , - Congratulations to the Class of 1958 H. L. A R T Your Jeweler 18 North Park Place Congratulations to Class of ,58 NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORES DIAINIONDS VVATCHES JEVVELRY Downtown and Plaza Shopping Center Congratulations to the 1958 Graduates WALTER MCCONNELL Radio 81 TV Service 957 Woodlawn Avenue NEWARK, OHIO Congratulations to the Class of 1958 Brucker and Moody Complete Auto Service 493 Mt. Vernon Road Phone FA 6-8981 Newark, Ohio ,Sioowfa Picture by Bruce Betty Goddard checks Marjorie Morgarfs reading. Wood 06 60 2 A N E5 v i L L E Jo f-H-'I'I+ Axq q , N MB, :,' gy P399 H T" ef , :::EA,, :Ef,g,2 h ., eff! 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Salyor NEWARK 20-EAST 0 An opening game crowd of approximaTely 2,500 saw The NHS Wildcafs enTer Their T957 grid season wiTh an impressive 20-To-0 win over The Tigers from Columbus EasT High, Friday, SepTember 13, on The home field. Larry Jones, Newark quarfer- back, scored The firsT Tally on a booTleg play afTer senior end, Jim Leslie, had recovered a fumble on The EasT TO-yard sTripe. Jim Shriner's exTra-poinT Try was no good. Jerry Bishop, speedy Newark halfback, scored The nexT TD from 55 yards ouT afTer an EasT punT wenT ouT of bounds on The Newark 45. Bob Dragics added The poinT by placemenT. Newark came back in The final sTanza for another Tally. Affer an EasT punT was parTially blocked and Then downed on The EasT 35, Bishop again scored. This Time from T5 yards ouT. Dragics added The poinT and Newark had Their opening game 20 To O. NEWARK 0-MIDDLETOWN 12 The NHS varsiTy gridders suf- fered Their firsT seT-back of The season by a score of 12 To 0 aT The hands of The powerful Mid- dies from MiddleTown on Sep- Tember 20. WiTh a minuTe and a half lefT in The firsT period, The Middies recovered a Newark fumble on The Newark 29. Seven plays laTer MiddleTown was ouT in fronf 6 To O. Quarferback Jack Wallace Took The ball over from The Two afTer a Wallace-Larry SmiTh pass seT The ball on The Two. The exTra-poinT Try was no good. ln The final sTanza Newark halfback Jerry Bishop kicked ouT Baldwin of bounds on his own 28-yard line. This Time if Took The Mid- dies Three plays To score. Walk- er Took The ball ov-er for The Middies. NEWARK 32-CAMBRIDGE 13 WhiTe Field, SepTember 27, saw The 'CaTs Take Their COL opener from The Cambridge Bob- caTs by a score of 32 To 13. On The Third play of game, Newark's Gene KnighT fell on a Cambridge fumble on The Bob- caT's 31yard line. lT Took New- ark six plays To score. Jerry Bishop Took iT over from The six and Bob Dragics added The poinT afTer. In The second quarTer, wiTh The ball on Their own goal, Bishop lined up in punT forma- Tion buT Took The ball and raced To his own 44 before being pulled down. Jess Kinser Then Took charge and broke Through for a 54-yard Touchdown. The exTra-poinT Try was blocked. Bishop picked up his second score laTer in The period when he wenT 54 yards around righT end. Dragics added The poinT To make iT 20 To 0. AfTer Taking possession on The Newark 40, Cambridge marched To The 'CaT 20, posTing Their firsT score from There. Henry Cross Took iT over. Simpson scored The exTra poinT on a run. AT The half Newark led 20 To 7. Newark opened The second half prompTly wiTh a score. Bishop wenT from The 48 To The 25 on a scrimmage play afTer The kickoff was downed on The Newark 48. Jones Took iT To The 17, Then Bishop wenT over for The score. The exTra poinT was no good afTer an offside penalTy. AfTer Jones recovered a fum- ble on The 17, The Carlomen scored Their final TD. Bishop picked up The score. Dragics' exTra poinT was wide. Cambridge scored in The final period on a 50-yard drive ThaT saw Henry Cross go over from Th-e 7. Simpson was sTopped on The poinT-afTer Try, making if Newark's game 32 To 13. NEWARK 7-LANCASTER 20 A capaciTy crowd of 6,000 iammed LancasTer's NorTh Field, Friday, OcTober 4, To see The Golden Gales ouTdo The Wild- caTs To The Tune of 20 To 7. AfTer a penalTy and a shorT punT in The opening period, Lan- casTer had The ball on Newark's 35. The Gales Took The ball To The Newark 16 when a 15-yard penalTy gave iT To Them on The one. Larry Baughman Took iT over from There, Jim SmiTh added The poinT, and LancasTer led 7 To 0. In The second quarfer The Gales Took over on Their own eleven. Then sTarTed an un- sTrained drive of 91 yards which was climaxed by Baughman again, This Time from 32 yards ouT on a draw play. SmiTh converTed and LancasTer led 14 To O. Newark scored in The Third period on a perfecT pass from quarTerback Larry Jones To Jess Kinser, fleeTfooTed halfback. The play covered 50 yards in all. Bob Dragics added The exTra poinT To make iT 14 To 7, wiTh only a second lefT in The quarter. LancasTer Took The kickoff and wenT 60 yards in nine plays To score. Baughman did iT again, This Time from 20 yards ouT. Tom Myers, Newa rk end, blocked SmiTh's conversion Try, buT The Gales had The edge 20 To 7. There were eight minuTes left Th-e game wiTh Newark Trying d-esperafely To geT back inTo The game. The remainder, however, was a see-saw baTTle wiTh Lan- casTer finally holding and win- ning 20 To 7. NEWARK 6-COSHOCTON 6 Newark gridders wenT To Co- shocfon OcTober 11 and found They had a hard Task before Them. The inspired Redskins held The 'CaTs To a 6-To-6 Tie. The' firsT half belonged To The Redskins. WiTh liTTle Time lefT in The half, Newark's quarTer- back, Larry'Jones, aTTempTed a pass from his own 10-yard line. Tim Rose inTercepTed and wenT To The eighT before be was sTopped. The Coshocfon li fin- ally scored on a shorT pass play. An aTTempTed pass for The exTra poinT was no good. As The half closed Jones Threw a pass To Newark halfback ScoTT E, 0 Marzano who raced for a TD. The score was ruled no good, how- ever, officials saying time had run out. There was no indica- tion of the half's end until the play was in motion. Newark completely outplayed the 'Skins in the second half. In the Third quarter Coshoc- ton's Jones went back to punt but instead tried to run and was nailed on the 13 with the 'Cats in possession. Two plays later a Jones-to- Kinser pass was ruled good on the 6 because of interference. It then took two more plays before fullback T-erry Hartshorn scored. The ball was bobbled as it was set down, causing the extra point to be no good. The games ended with New- ark trying desperately to score via passes. All tries, however, fell short, and the game ended in a 6-to-6 tie. NEWARK 0-CHILLICOTHE 20 Newark's string of 13 consec- utive wins over the Chillicothe Cavaliers was broken at White Field October 18 before a hope- ful homecoming crowd. After an attempted Chillie field goal, which was no good, Newark was forced to punt. T o m Wortman's p u n t was blocked and the Cavaliers took over on the 'Cats' 15. On the extra-point try, a high pass from center caused the holder, Dick Anderson, to have to run the ball around right end for the extra point. The 'Cats had a 59-yard scor- ing-try run out of gas on the six in the first period. ln the second period Chilli- cothe went 85 yards for a tally. Bob Payne ended the drive by skirting right end from the New- ark five. Dave Hannah, former Newark gridder, added the extra point and the Chillies led 14 to O. Newark won the game on paper if not on the field. The 'Cats picked up 95 yards in the air to the Cavaliers' 55. Total yards gained showed Newark out in front 202 yards to 201 yards. Newark also led in first downs 14 to 11 The 'Cats pit- fall was in the fact that they fumbled three times and that Chillicothe recovered on all oc- casions. NEWARK-DOVER The Newark - Dover g a m e scheduled for October 26 was was canceled because of an in- fluenza epidemic. NEWARK 6-ZANESVILLE 20 The NHS gridders lost their '57 encounter to the Zanesville Blue Devils, Friday, November 1, by score of 20 to 6. Newark's d e f e n s e held throughout the first quarter. However, the last three quarters all devil-land broke loose on the Wildcats. On the second play of the second quarter, Jerry Miller, Devil fullback, climaxed a 52- yard drive by going over from the one on-and-off tackle play. Bill Hagan's extra point was de- flected. ln this second quarter Newark almost made it. Tom Myers broke through, block-ed Steve McGlade's punt, and recovered on the Zanesville 18. A penalty and lack of power at the right time caused this Newark threat to go awry. Zanesville finally took over and stalled till the half was over, leading 6 to O. The Blue Devils scored early in the third period. After tak- ing a Tom Wortman punt on the 45, Forrest Farmer returned it to the 37. On the n-ext play, McGlad-e Iofted a pass to Chuck Bryant, who raced for a tally. Hagan's kick was good and Zanesville led 13 to O. ful . Q, io. Williams . qi, Qu, 2591 " Heridron lawrence 172 ln the final period, Larry Jones, Dave Swick, and Jim Leslie collaborated on a spectacular 76-yard pass play. One Blue Devil defense deflected it, the delu- sive pigskin bounced to Swick on the 40, but it was a little high for him to handle. The ball then fell into the waiting arms of Jim Leslie who streaked for the goal and Newark's lone score. The extra-point try was no good. It was Zanesville's game, 20 to 6. NEWARK 25-MARIETTA 7 A much inspired Newark grid team "splashed" into Marietta, Friday, November 8, and literally sank the Tigers from Marietta in a game played with as much as three inches of water on parts of the field. Newark got down to business after a see-saw first quarter. The 'Cats opened the scoring in the second quarter with a 38-yard touchdown pass from Tom Wortman FOOTBALL SUMMATION Due to the loss of several outstanding lettermen by graduation, Newark's 1957 grid squad failed to live up to pre-season expectations. After a most success- ful scrimmage at Mt. Vernon, where the 'Cats downed the Yellow Jackets and Columbus North but lost to Massillon in the final fray, the Carolmen seemingly settled down easily to handle the Columbus East Tigers in the opening game of the season. From that point on, however, iniuries and, in a to Larry Jones. The extra-point try by a run was no good. Only minutes later Newark took possession on their own 40. Several plays later, halfback Jerry Bishop picked up the score from three yards out. Bobbie Dragic's talented toe came through with the point and Newark increased their lead T3 to O. The third period saw Newark go 72 yards for a tally. Halfback Larry Jones picked up his second six points from 28 yards out to climax the drive. Later in the period the 'Cats took a punt on their own 25. Bishop then took charge and went 75 yards off tackle for the final score. Marietta took the following kickoff and staged a 65-yard drive for their lone tally. Bill Jones, sopho- more fullback, set up the score when he went from Newark's 38 to their three. lt was Jones who scored on a drive over center. Frank Cristie, Tiger quarter- back, sneaked over center for the extra point. larger way, influenza plagued the Newark pigskinmen. They traversed the season leaving behind a record of three wins, four losses, and one tie. The game with Dover was cancelled because of the Asian and common influenza epidemic. Newark won over East, Cambridge, and Marietta, but dropped games to Middletown, Lancaster, Chil- licothe, and Zanesville. They tied Coshocton. The 1958 season looks brighter with many gridders with -experience returning. THE 1957 GRID SCOREBOARD Newark .......... .......... 2 O Columbus East .......................... 0 Newark ..............., ........ 6 Coshocton . .......... 6 Newark .......... ..,.,..... 0 Middletown ....... ........ I 2 Newark ..........,. .,,......,.. 6 Zanesville ..... ......... . .20 Newark .......... .......... 3 2 Cambridge ..... ........ 1 3 Newark ......,,.... ,.,.,,... , .,.,, 2 5 Marietta ..... ......... . 7 Newark ................. .......... 7 Lancaster ..... ........ 2 0 Newark-Dover cancelled. Marnno Phlfii Adlms 173 i 174 Row 'I-Keith Sensabaugh, Don Fee, .lerry Brenhiser, Jack Dickerson, Ben Rader, Jim Hamm, Gary Jones, managers Larry Carver and Dick Boder. Row 2-Bob Grey, manager: Virgil Morgan, Dick Charles, Bill Powell, Clyde Bartlett, Chuck Riebesell, Roger Wolfe, Terry Myers, Cecil Steele, Mickey Cochran, Dave Marzano. Row 3--Coach Paul Jackson, Dave Vermilion, Eddy Williams, Gary Debevoise, Frank Sheldon, Larry Crothers, Charles Clark, Jeff Roberts, Gary lnlow, Coach Bob Wright- RESERVE FOOTBALL The NHS Reserves, coached by Bob Wright and Paul Jackson, finished their '57 grid season very successfully by winning seven out of nine games. The schedule was as follows: Newark .,.,.,,. , ,,..,r.. 15 Columbus East ..............,. 6 Newark.-- ....... .... - Lancaster .,.-..- .... W--- 0 11 A .Q Newark ....,,,, ..,,...,,r.. M t. Vernon ,,,.,..,, A Newark ...,........ -.-..-.- Whitehall ..,.. ,.........., - .... 5 Newafk,.--,.- .... . .......... Columbus North ...... ...... ' Newark ,.....,., ..,,,,,,, L ancaster ..,, ,,,...., Newark St. Charles ,...... - ....r.., -. fj Fi Newark ..,............ e ....... Columbus South ..,...... -. ag Newarkw- ....., -.. ....,... Zanesville ....... -,-,,.-,. zz " ' ' Sf 'll' S' KE T cf fi if 1 Q'-X ., xv , I "ir, ,4 233. R A' ' km N A W Rh' 'XR QQ wk ,ge 64 115552 off: TH E an-'QASS 5 0 QB' HERE A 3 m WHAG i iii? wofmvl 1 'NBRAD GOES 0 HBCQH 959.5 S... BIG JIM 3255 k'+ gf f Q5 ,,-A . . Hi Q SAYS : N no YD, A 5 HE ,--A A"- Q b T5 H 'fa -pf ? ' ' 71,55 EA istriet humps ---Truck Row 1-Stan Gibson, Brad Williams, Dave Adams, Bill Lonzo, .less Kinser, Tom Wortman, Bill Meyers, loyd Davis, John Klein, Jerry Bishop, Larry Jones. Row 2-.lerry Wolf, Yarry Pagel, Gene Swartz, Granger McKinney, Terry Hartshorn, Tom Myers, Jim Tyrer, Ed Erick, .lim Leslie, Roger Metcalf, Dale Henry. fThis section concerning the track season has been partially written and edited by Tom Myers, who was not a member of the regular staff. We wish to express our appreciation to him for the considerable research he carried out to get some details for the section.7 NHS THINCLADS TAKE FIRST MEET The NHS track squad romped to its first victory of the season on March ll to outdistance Western Reserve Academy of Cleveland and Worthington. Coach Paul Harlow emphasized the fact, however, that Worthington had not brought its field team along and that the Western Reserve boys w-ere returning from a Florida trip during their spring vacation. Newark took the meet with a total of 35 points to Worthington's 25 and Western Reserve's l2. Jerry Bishop led the Wildcats with 20 points. This m-eet was an indoor contest which was held in the Denison University Field House. 175 NEWARK TROMPS UPPER ARLINGTON ln the first outdoor meet of the season, the NHS thinclads returned home victorious on April i after making an impressive 77-to-41 showing by tromping Upper Arlington into defeat at the Columbus suburb. Usually Upper Arlington is one of the track powers of the Columbus area. Jerry Bishop led the thinclads with tirsts in the high and low hurdles and the broad iump. He was on the first-place mile relay team con- sisting of himself, Leslie, Myers, and Metcalf. Jess Kinser came through with tirsts in the lOO and 220, while Metcalf won the 440, and Pagel took the 880. The 880 relay team of Lonzo, Kinser, Gibson, and Myers took a first. Jim Tyrer won the shot put and discus. PLACE SIXTH IN BIG MEET The NHS thinclads participated in the Spring- field Relays on April 13, which was the first big meet for the Harlowmen of the 1957 season. Newark placed sixth with 14 points. Jerry Bishop placed third in the 180-yard low hurdlesg the 880 relay team of Myers, Metcalf. Kinser, and Lonzo came in fourth. Roger Metcalf and Tom Myers took third and fifth in the 440- yard dash, Jim Tyrer placed fourth in the shot put, and Jerry Bishop got a fourth in the broad iump. LANCASTER FALLS TO NEWARK Newark came through with the third victory of the season on April 18 by downing a weak Lancaster team 861A to 31341. Newark won twelve of fourteen events, having little trouble outdistancing Lancaster. Jess Kinser and Jerry Bishop led the Wildcat attack, Bishop won the high and low hurdles, was second in the broad iump, and was on the mile relay team with Bill Myers, Leslie, and Metcalf. Kinser won the 100, 220, broad jump, and was on the 880-yard relay team with Gibson, Lonzo, and Tom Myers. Metcalf won the 440 while T. Myers took the 880. Jim Tyrer took the shot put and the discus, and Larry Jones tied for first in the high iump. BISHOP SCORES ONLY POINT Traveling to Mansfield on April 20 to partici- pate in the annual Mansfield Relays. the Newark track squad could come out of the massive af- fair with one point only. This point was scored by Jerry Bishop, who was able to place fifth in the 180-yard low hurdles. RECORDS FALL ln the s-econd annual Worthington Relays staged on April 25, the NHS thinclads were able to break three records, but, however, they man- aged only to take second place behind a power- ful Worthington aggregation. Highlight of this meet was the breaking of three records. The sprint medley relay t-eam of Bill Myers, Lonzo, Kinser, and Metcalf set a n-ew record, as did the 440 relay team of Lonzo, Kin- ser, Gibson, and Bishop, and the 880 relay team of Bishop, Kinser, Tom Myers. and Metcalf. This performance by the Harlow myrmidons was an impressive showing to be brilliantly mirrored in local track history, b MEDLEY RELAYS TEAM STARS The twenty-sixth annual Ohio Wesleyan Re- lays were run on April 27 at Delaware High- light for Newark of this meet was the winning by the Harlowmen of the sprint medley relay in the time of 1:37.7. This seven-tenths was the amount short of the record set in 1934 by Cleve- land East Tech. . Those running on this winner team were Bishop, Kinser, Tom Myers, and Metcalf. 'CATS FINALLY DOWN EAST For the first time in several years, Newark's Felines took a 70W-to-4734 win over the Tigers from Columbus East to avenge a losing streak to the capital--city crowd. The win was posted on May 1. Newark took eight first-place spots to East's four. The Harlowmen began the meet with an 18-point lead, due to the fact that East forfeited in both the 120-yard high and 180-yard low hurdles. Jess Kinser won the 100-yard dash in 10.4 seconds with Bill Lonzo of the 'Cats taking a close second. The mile was won by East. ln the 440-yard dash, Metcalf sewed up the run with a tim-e of 51-2 seconds. East, however, came through by winning the 880-yard run. The 220 was also won by Newark's Jess Kinser in twenty-three seconds, again followed by Lonzo of Newark. Newark's mile relay team made the grade by taking first place. lt consisted of Gibson, Leslie, Metcalf, and Bishop. Their time was 3:33. The 880-yard relay team was dis- qualified when a baton was dropped. All but one of the field events were won by N-ewark. Wortman took the pole vault, reaching the height of 10 feet six inches. Tyrer chalked up a first in the discus with a distance of 120 feet four inches. Kinser, iumping twenty feet six inches, won the broad jump for Newark. East, however, won the high iump. NEWARK LOSES COL MEET On May 8 in a very close race all the way- Newark's fighting Wildcats lost their first COL title in five years to the strong Marietta Tigers. Newark beat the Tigers in the first-place column five to four, they also outpointed Marietta 52 to 42 in the running events, but the Tigers' 32W points in field events as against the Wildcats' 19 proved to be the margin of victory. Wing-footed Jerry Bishop came up with a new COL record in the 180 low hurdles in a time of 19.8 seconds, and Jim Tyrer turned the trick in the shot put with a heave of 51 feet inches. 179 NEWARK PLACES FOURTH On May 11 the NHS thinclads traveled to Muskingum College to take part in the annual Muskingum Relays. Highlights of this meet were Tyrer's record- breaking toss of 51 feet 8V2 inches in the shot put. The mile relay, in taking second place, set a new school record of three minutes 27 seconds. The mile relay team consisted of Bishop, Leslie, Myers, and Metcalf. Rounding out the action, Roger Metcalf placed second in the 440, Jerry Bishop took third in the 180-yard lows and placed third in the broad jump. NEWARK DOWNS WEST Traveling to Columbus West on May 15, Paul Harlow's track squad walked away with a 75V2' to 42V2 victory. One reason for the Cowboys' poor showing was the fact that three of their best runners were expelled from school that day. With the District meet a week away, this dual affair served as an excellent tune-up. Newark grabbed nine first places to the Cowboys' five. WIN FIRST DISTRICT TRACK TITLE SINCE 1936 4 ' Forty-six points as a reward forfwinning four events and placing in five others brought the first District track title since 1936 to the Wildcats on May 17 and 18. The victory was Paul Harlow's first District championship since he became coach in 1945. The 880-yard relay team of Kinser, Lonzo, Gib- son, and Myers grabbed first place with a time of 1:33.1, while Roger Metcalf won the 440-yard 180 dash in the time of 51.3, and Tyrer took first place in the discus. With one event left there was a sudden rain storm and the mile relay team had to run on a track filled with two to four inches of water, but Bishop, Leslie. Myers, and Metcalf needed only the time of 3:37 to win this event. NEWARK RANKS EIGHTH IN STATE MEET The NHS field-and-track men traveled to Co- lumbus on May 24 to take eighth place in the fiftieth annual state track meet. Seven boys qualified to participate in the event. The 880- yard relay team of Kinser, Myers, Lonzo, and Bishop took fifth place with the time of 1:31.5 while the mile relay team of Bishop, Leslie, Myers, and Metcalf grabbed third place with the time of 3:25.5. Roger Metcalf placed fourth in the 440-yard dash and Jerry Bishop finished fourth in the broad jump. The 880 relay, mile relay, 440-yard dash, and broad iump established new NHS records. The State meet record of the Wildcats was the best ever made by an NHS team. SUMMATION Undoubtedly the high point of the season was the winning of the District by the Harlowmen. This win was Mr. Harlow's first since he took over track in the spring of 1945. The season for 1958 looks good since only two seniors graduated with the Class of 1957. They were Loyd Davis, who wrote track news for the ReveiIIe Review in the sping of 1957, and Jim Tyrer, who was a team star in the shot put and the discus. GOLF Pete Pharis, Dick Conners, Fid Braffett, .lim Berry, Tom Chapman, Coach Max Douglas, Tom Toothman, Duke, .loltn Ridella, Ron Swart, Bill Craig, Bob Mawhorter, Dave Brooks, Steve Inscho. CThis article has been edited by Jim Berry, Max Douglas's golf team opened its season in i957 with a triangular meet at Zanesville with the Y-Bridgemen and Marietta. Zanes- ville won the meet by downing Marietta and Newark. Marietta brought Newark low by one point in a final tally of 8V2 to 7V2. Low scorer for Newark was Dick Conner with a 93. Lanny Sims of the Blue Devils was medalist with an 87. A match with Chillicothe and Lancaster w a s cancelled because of cold weather. In its second play of the season Newark played host to Lancaster and Coshocton. New- ark lost to Coshocton by a score of 9 to 7, however, in a second round the Douglasmen came back to down the Gales 10 to 6. At Moundbuilder's Country Club, Newark played host to Zanesville and Chillicothe in a third fray. Zanesville downed the 'Cats by a score of 9V2 to 692, and Chillicothe tied the Douglasmen by a score of 8 to 8. ln a non-conference match Newark next dropped to Mt. Vernon in the Jacket city by a score of i3 to 3. At Coshocton Newark then played against Zanesville and Coshocton. Because of a rain storm the match went only for three holes. At the Harbor Hills Country Club Newark downed a Harbor Hills team by a score of 6 to 2 in a non-conference fracas. The Felines next played host to the COL meet at the Moundbuilders Country Club on May ll. The 'Cats placed third in a field of six. Lancaster won the tournament with a score of 342. Chillicothe was a close second with a score of 343. Newark followed with 348, Coshocton and Zanesville with 356, and Marietta with 380. Dick Conners was a low for Newark with an 82. Waugh of Lancaster was medalist of the meet with a 79. The Newark F-elines finished eleventh in the Central District Golf Tournament, held on The Ohio University Gray Course with a team score of 347. A group of twenty teams partici- pated. Tom Toothman was low for the 'Cats with an 83. Other NHS scores registered John Ridella with an 85, Jim Berry with an even 90, and Ron Swart with an 89. Upper Arlington, defending district and state high school champions, won the district with a team total of 303. miiwnilw. f- 120 wff.w?lRwiDW'55 vxLEwf-xRv1- S5 im ewfaazhi' SK www W waaxwiwq NEwARK--as coumaus WEST'5v"f NEWARK M 143 CH1m,ocoTHE-my NEWARK- SQ ' :www LEH MAN- 84? 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But the Newark quintet fell apart in the second quarter as they scored only five points, while West racked up 18 points, so that the half ended with Newark behind 33 to 17. The Newark cagers again started to catch up in the final two periods but could not quite close the 16-point gap opened earlier. They therefore lost 64 to 45. Larry Urban, iunior guard, turned in a spark- ling defensive performance as well as tossing in four points for the 'Cats'. Ed Erick was high for Newark with 18 points. NEWARK 43--CHILLICOTHE 62 Newark underdog cagers "almost" came up with an upset victory over a highly favored Chillicothe quintet November 29 on the Cavalier's court. Newark forged ahead by 3 points, 13 to 10 at the end of the opening period. Newark again had the lead at the half, 23 to 20 thanks to Ed 184 Erick's contribution of 12 points to the Newark cause. Chillicothe closed the three point gap in the third period and at the 3-way mark it was all tied up 38-all. At this point the Cavaliers All-Ohio candidate, Gordon Mickey along with Fairvow each dumped in 8 points apiece to iust about sink the 'Cats bid for a win. ln the fourth period the Chillies picked up 24 points while Newark hit for five, all of them scored by Erick The last quarter told the story, unfortunately a sad one for Newark. Erick was high man for the 'Cats with 21 but this effort alone couldn't stop the Cavaliers. NEWARK 59-CANTON LEHMAN 89 The Newark Wildcats lost their third game in as many starts, Friday, December 6, to a pow- erful Canton Lehman team by a score of 89 to 59. The 'Cats wer-e behind all the way, although it looked as if they might bounce back in the sec- ond quarter. After trailing 18 to 9 at the first quarter, the Newark quintet matched the Polar Bears point for point in the second period, but had picked up only on-e point on the Canton squad at the half. The Bears really poured on the coal at the start of the second half. At the end of the third stanza, the 'Cats were down by 16 points, 59 to 43. The Canton squad seemed to grow strong- er as the game progressed and had built up a 30-point lead at the game's end. Ed Erick was high for Newark with 26 points. Newark's scoring cause was helped by a .759 free-throw mark. NEWARK 60-MT. VERNON 55 ln the 'Cats' fourth cage encounter of the sea- son, they broke a three-game losing streak by downing the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets by a 60-to-55 tally, December 10. lt was a close game most of the way, but Coach Allen's pro- teges were never behind. Newark went off to a roaring start by taking the lead at the first- quarter mark and retained the lead at the end of each chapter. The scrapping 'Cats had their lead threatened dangerously in the final minutes of the see-saw battle, when the Jackets came within one point of catching them. The Allenmen fought off the attack and went on to win 60 to 55. NEWARK 55-CAMBRIDGE 51 Newark's Wildcats, again paced by forward Ed Erick, triumphed over the Bobcats from Cam- bridge, December 13, by a score of 55 to 51. Th-e accuracy of Newark's foul shooting spelled the difference for the 'Cats who hit on 19' out of 29 attempts. The first quarter seemed to be Earl Johnson versus Cambridge as Johnson tallied a total of 12 points out of 18 scored in the opening stanza. Erick took the spotlight in the second period and scored 12 points out of a quarter's total of 15. The Bobcats came back fast and at the three- way mark Newark h-eld a slim one-point margin. Erick came back to hit for nine mor-e points in the final period, and the 'Cats were on top at the game's -end 55 to 51. Newark's entire score was registered by three men: Erick with 29, Johnson with 16, and Bolen with 10. NEWARK 44-MARION 49 The Marion Presidents rolled into Newark on the 14th of December and left on the wings of sweet victory. The start of the game looked like a win for the 'Cats, but unfortunately that was only the start of the game. Coach Allen's men led at the end of the first period by a 13-to-7 margin. At the half it was Newark still on top, this time by only two points, 27 to 25. McKinney and John- son were taking charge of the Newark cause at this point of the game by having dumped in nine points apiece. The Prexies made up for lost time in the third chapter and scored 17 points as opposed to the eight points scored by the 'Cats. The Marion cagers pulled ahead as a result of this sudden spurt, and as the game wore on, it was manifest that they were ahead to stay. Although the Al- lenmen outscored the Marion quintet in the final period, they lust couldn't go ahead of the strong Prexie squad. Newark went down to defeat, but by a score that was easy to bear, and in a game that could have gone either way. Un- fortunately it went the Presidential way and left the Wildcats with a loss by a score of 49 to 44. Ed Erick took high point honors for the 'Cats with 14 points. Earl Johnson and Granger Mc- Kinney were close behind with 12 and 11 points respectively. NEWARK 46-ZANESVILLE 56 The coming of Christmas vacation brought lit- tle happiness to Jimmy Allen and his varsity cagers. The Allenmen traveled to Zanesville, Friday, December 20, and were handed a 56-to- 46 defeat by the Blue Devils, who were ranked third in the state. ' The Devils got a big jump on the 'Cats as they picked up a nine-point lead, 20 to 11, at the end of the first quarter. Zanesville's McGlade led the attack in this period with 10 points. The margin stayed at nine points through the second period, the 'Cats were down 32 to 22 at the half. Johnson and McKinney were high for the Newarkites in the first half with eight and six points respectively. The Devils scored 15 points in the third period to forge ahead by a 42-to-31 decision. Newark hit for 15 points in the last period led by Ed Erick with seven points, but couldn't quite catch up. NEWARK 8 1 -MARIETTA 52 The Allenmen racked up one of their high- est scores of the season, December 27 ,here in Newark, by taming the Marietta Tigers 81 to 52. After a fairly close first quarter, 21 to 14 in favor of N-ewark, the 'Cats let loose their scoring punch. At the half they l-ed 49 to 19 with Earl Johnson pacing the Newarkites with a 12 point total for the half. The Allenmen forged ahead in the third period and led at the three-quarter mark by a 58-to-26 score. The Marietta cagers caught up a little in the final period, but just couldn't go all the way. Bolen was high for the 'Cats with a 15-point total. Erick and Granger McKinney had 14 and 13 points respectively to round out the double- figure scoring for the 'Cats. NEWARK 73-TOLEDO WAITE 49 Taking on a new opponent, Toledo Waite, the 'Cats handed the Toledo cagers a 73-to-49 defeat December 30 in the Newark gym. Newark had a fairly easy time of it as they led by at least five points at the end of each quarter. The 'Cats' seemingly unerring accuracy at the foul line proved a valuable asset as they scored 24 points by that route, which was the exact difference in the final score. Ed Erick again copped high-point honors for Newark as he flipped in 18 points. Co-captain Earl Johnson hit for 15, Bolen for 14, McKinney for 13, and Urban for 11 points to round out the double-figure scoring for the Allenmen. 185 NEWARK 70--COSHOCTON 48 Friday, January 3, saw the Newark high bas- ketball machine swing into high gear, as the 'Cats traveled to Coshocton and handed the Red- skins a 70-to-48 sheliacking. The Newarkites, led by junior center Gary Bolen with 16 points, racked up a 22-point margin before calling it an evening. lAt the end of the first half the 'Cats were on the short end of a 26-to-23 score. After being tiecl at the first quarter mark 12 to 12, the Red- skins with the help of Hamilton, who threw in six points during the second quarter, went out in front in the second stanza. The Allenmen hit high gear in the second half as they dumped in a grand total of 47 points, better than twice the total accumulated in the first half. Allen's boys seemed to have just what was needed when they needed it throughout the booming second half. Tom Wortman, for ex- ample, cam-e on th-e scene in the second quarter and hit for a total of 13 points. Such was the success of the Newark cagers when they needed success the most. NEWARK 54- MT. VERNON 62 It's a short trip to Mt. Vernon, the trip seems a good deal longer though, when you have lost a ball game. The NHS cagers found out just how long that trip can seem as they lost a heartbreak- er, Tuesday, January 7, to the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets by a score of 62 to 54. The 'Cats had fought what seemed to be a losing battle throughout the first half, being be- hind 14 to 12 at the first quarter mark, and down five points, 31-to-26, at the end of the half. The Allenmen made a n-ew game out of it in the third chapter as they picked up the five points they were behind and tied the score at 44-all. Co-captain Ed Erick led the Wildcat attack in this period with 10 points. The Newark quintet started slipping in the final period. In the final eight minutes the Jackets were fortunate in having everyone "on" and scoring a pretty equal number of points. Mt. Vernon outscored Coach Allen's improving cagers in this period 18 to 10, thus at the final gun Newark was on the short end of a 62-to-54 score. Erick and Gary Bolen were the only players that hit the double figures for the 'Cats. Erick had 24 points, Bolen 11. NEWARK 52-LANCASTER 50 Th-e Lancaster Golden Gal-es blew into Newark Friday, January 10, and left with a bit of win-d knocked out of them. The Newark cage quintet, led by Co-captain Ed Erick with 18 points, Earl Johnson with 10 points, and Junior center, Gary Bolen, who hit for 14 markers, edged out a 52- to-50 victory over the Gales. The game had see-sawed most of the evening with Newark fortunately leading at all the 186 quarter marks. Going into the final period, the 'Cats led 44 to 40. Erick hit on two foul shots in the final 25 seconds of play which proved to be the margin of victory. After Erick's foul shots the over- anxious Gales lost the ball on a traveling foul and Newark took ov-er to stall out the clock. Final score: Newark 52, Lancaster 50, in a game the Allenmen could be proud to win. NEWARK 55-CHILLICOTHE 39 January 17 saw the Wildcats, playing on their own hardwood, gain revenge for an earlier sea- son loss as they handed the Chillicothe Cavaliers a 55-to-39 defeat. The Allenmen enjoyed comfortable leads throughout most of the game, being ahead by nine points 39 to 30 as they faced off for the final jump. Newark's best quarter, scorewise, was this last one as they hit for 16 points, 14 points of which were contributed by co-captains Ed Erick and Earl Johnson. Erick scored eight markers in this period with an 18-point collec- tion for the gam-e. Johnson flipped in six points with a total of 11 for the game. Newark play- ing with an "iron man" team, also had Larry Urban hitting for 13 points, Tom Wortman for nine, and Garry Bolen, who had an off night, for four. The Newarkites had a record 84.4 per cent mark at the foul line. NEWARK 65-CAMBRIDGE 47 Playing without the service of junior def-en- sive standout, Larry Urban, who had been ill, the 'Cats still easily defeated the Bobcats from Cambridge by a score of 65 to 47 at Newark on the 25th of January. Newark increased, or at least kept the same lead, at all the quarter marks. Starting out with a six-point lead, 19 to 13, at the end of the first period, the hometown quintet had in- creased the lead to 10 points, 47 to 37, going into the final stanza. All of the Wildcats broke into the game with most of them scoring. It was Ed Erick, Gary Bolen, and Earl Johnson again sharing the high point honors with 23, 14, and 11 points respec- tively. NEWARK 58-ZANESVILLE 63 ln the Wildcats second cage encounter with the Zan-esville Blue Devils, January 31, they lost out by a scant five-point margin. After taking a four- point first-quarter lead, 15 to 11, the Devils re- versed the decision and they were ahead by four points at the half, 32 to 28. The third quarter was "th-e" quarter for Zanesville as they pushed through 20 points while the 'Cats hit for a total of 12. That put Zanesville ahead at the third- quarter mark 52 to 40. Newark conn-ected for 18 points in the final stanza, but it wasn't enough to hold down the Devils and close the gap that was opened in the preceding period. lt was the "Big Three", Erick, Bolen, and John- son, who shared the scoring honors for the 'Cats. Erick had 15 markers, Bolen hit for 13, and John- son pushed Through 12. NEWARK 56-MARIETTA 51 Taking the long trip to Marietta, Newark's cagers came up with a 56-to-51 victory over th-e Marietta Tigers February 7. The first two periods saw the 'Cats take a commanding lead by a 34-to-22 score at the end of the half. The lead was due largely to the combined efforts of Erick, Bol-en, and Johnson who each hit for eight points in the opening half. The Allenmen were in pretty good shape throughout the third chapter, being ahead at the end of the third by a 47-to 32 tally. In the final period Marietta scored a total of 19 points, while Newark's cagers hit for only nine markers. Coach Allen's quintet was able to hold down the Tigers and pull the game out of the fire, and win by a 56-to-51 decision. Erick and Bolen shared high point honors for the 'Cats with 16 and 14 points respectively. NEWARK 76-COSHOCTON 57 The best way to win favor from the home- town fans is to finish your home season with a win that they will remember. That is precisely what the NHS 'Cats did on February 14 in their own gym. Valentines Day brought nothing but fortune for the 'Cats as they easily defeated a Coshocton quintet by a 76-to-57 decision. Five seniors played their last game on New- ark hardwoods. Ed Erick, who led the New- ark attack with 3O points, Earl Johnson, with 11 points, and Granger McKinney, Bill Craig, and Tom Clkel Myers all turned in favorable per- formances in this last home appearance. The Redskins got off to a roaring start as they drew first blood and promptly moved ahead 6 to one. At this point Erick and Johnson teamed up to put the 'Cats out in front 11 to 7. Co- shocton tied the score at 13-all, but Newark, led by Erick, hit for seven straight points to lead 20 to 13 at the first-quarter mark. Midway in the second period Coshocton's cagers put themselves right back in the ball game by coming within three points of catch- ing the Allenmen, 24 to 21. Newark pulled away again, 32 to 21, but the 'Skins bounced back and at the half had closed the gap to five points, 33 to 28. The Newark quintet hit their stride in the second half and had pulled away 55 to 40 at the end of the third quarter. Now all the 'Cats had to do was hold their own and win. Hold their own they did, and win they did by a 76-to-57 score. Junior center Gary Bolen added 16 points to the Newark cause. NEWARK 65-LANCASTER 61 Coach Jimmy Allen's cagers closed out their '57-'58 hardwood season in the fine style Fri- day, February 21, at the Lancaster gym, with a thrilling 65-to-61 ov-ertime victory over the Gales. After enioying comfortable leads throughout the greater part of the game, 43-to-32 at the end of the third period, the 'Cats ran into some trouble in the final quarter. The Gales threw a full court press at the New- ark quintet and went on to pull ahead. Dave Eichorn had put the Gales ahead 57 to 56 with 14 seconds left to play, but Ed Erick knotted the score on a free throw. In the extra period the points came fast and furious. Lancaster's Leohn-er hit first to put his team ahead 59 to 57. Larry Urban, Newark guard, hit on a lay-in to tie the score at 59-all. Granger McKinney connected on a drive-in, but Dick Lamb countered to ti-e the score again at 61 to 61. With 0:19 left in the overtime, Mc- Kinney hit again, this time on a twisting over- head shot from under the basket to ice this game for the 'Cats at 63 to 62. Tom Wortman hit on a drive-in shot with only a few seconds left to end all hope for the Lancaster cagers. Co-captain Ed Erick was the big gun for the Allenmen with 29 points. Larry Urban added 15 points to the Newark cause. 187 SUMMARY After getting off to a poor start and losing three straight games, the Newark High School Wildcats came back strong to have a very suc- cessful season under Jimmy Allen, who served as first-year head coach. The 'Cats started out by losing to Columbus West, Chillicothe, and Can- ton Lehman. This accounted for three of the seven losses which the Allenmen were to en- counter in regular season play. Eleven sweet victories were yet to be won for Newark, ex- cluding tournament wins. As far as the COL went, the Newark cagers ended up in second place behind the undefeated Zanesville Blue Devils. Newark was well represented in the State District Tournaments. The first game of the districts found the 'Cats pitted against Columbus Rosary at Mifflin's gym. The 'Cats took the game by a 62-to-44 decision with Ed Erick scoring 19 points and Gary Bolen hitting for 15, leading the Newark quintet. Moving to the St. Johns Arena, Newark took on Gahanna and beat them by a 56-to-50 margin. Erick and Bolen were high again with 19 and 15 points respectively. Moving into the semi-finals, the 'Cats took on Westerville. They defeated the Westerville cagers but not until they had made a very good showing for themselves. Final score was Newark SEASON SCOREBOARD Newark ..........................,... 45 Columbus West ,....,,........... 64 Newark .....,... ......... C hillicothe ..,........... ........ 6 2 Newark ..,...... ......,.,. C anton Lehman .................. 89 Newark .,,....., ......... . Mount Vernon ........ ........ 5 5 Newark ..,...... ..,....... C ambridge ......... ........ 5 1 Newark Marion ......... Newark. ........ .......... 4 6 Zanesville Newark Marietta ........,...,.. ......, . 52 Newark ......... ......,... T oledo Waite .... Newark Coshocton .........,. ........ Newark ..,,.,... ......... M ount Vernon ......... ....,,.. 6 2 Newark .......... .... .... L a ncaster ........,.... ........ 5 0 Newark ......... ..... . Chillicothe Newark .....,... ......,. C ambridge ,.... Newark ......... .......... 5 8 Zanesville ...... Newark ......... ........, M arietta ....... Newark ......... ......... C oshocton Newark Lancaster .. 188 53, Westerville 51. Co-captains Erick and Earl Johnson had 14 and 11 points respectively for Newark. Larry Urban with 10 and Tom Wortman with nine were other big men for the Allenmen. March 8 saw Newark take on a much favored Columbus East quintet for the finals of the dis- trict. East quickly moved ahead at the end of the first period 17 to 8. At the half the Tigers had a four-point lead, 29 to 25. In the early minutes of the second half, Newark caught up and tied the score at 29-all. Unfortunately the Tigers now turned on the power and quickly went ahead once more. East was out in front four points again at the three-way point, 44 to 40. The 'Cats kept up with East in the final chapter but just couldn't close the gap. Newark lost out 56 to 50 but certainly made a good showing for themselves. Four members of the 1957-58 Varsity Squad gained recognition for their outstanding sports abilities. The first of these, Ed Erick, made first team COL and gained honorable mention in the state. Earl Johnson made second team COL, while Gary Bolen and Larry Urban received honorable men- tion in the COL. Erick was high scorer for the 'Cats with a 420-point total for all games. He averaged 19.9 points per game in the regular season. Tournament Newark .,......... ........ 6 2 Columbus Rosary ...s..c......... 44 Newark .......... ........ 5 6 Gahanna ........ ........ . .50 Semi-Finals Newark .......... ........ 5 3 Westerville ........ ..51 Finals Newark ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.., 50 Columbus East ..........,............. 56 District Champions: Columbus North and Columbus East. Regional Champion: Columbus North. State Champion: Cleveland East Tech BASKETBALL RESERVES Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark ,,,,, . ,,,.., . Newark ,,,,,, ,,,,..,, 5 6 Row 1-Dave Marzano, Wayne Isaac, Dick Bilaart, Gary Jones. Row 2-Gary Delaevoise, Terry Myers, Gary lnlow, Gerald McCann, Robert Hughes. ,The NHS Reserves Cagers finished their T957- 58 season with an ll-6 record. The Junior 'Cats, coached by Harold Prugh, looked very good this year, downing such schools as Zanesville, Lancaster, and Mt. Vernon. They downed Lancaster and Zanesville in overtime periods. The Reserves proved to be very calm when the pressure was greatest. The Prughmen got off to a slow start at the beginning of the season, but were really going to town toward the end. Reserve Basketball Scoreboard Columbus West, ...,,...,.. Newark Chillicothe .,...,,..,., .,,,... N ewark Mount Vernon Newark Cambridge ....... ...... , Marion ........ Newark Newark Zanesville .. .. Newark Marietta ...,.. Newark Brickels ,... . Newark Coshocton .,.., Mount Vernon Lancaster ...,.. . Chillicothe ..,,. Cambridge Zanesville ..... Marietta ,, Coshocton ..... Lancaster .,,.,.. VARSITY BASEBALL Row 1 James Reed manager, Jerry Bishop, Lee Kennedy, Ronnie Orr, Granger McKinney and Mr James Allen coach Row 2 Fred Pryor Dick Shields, Chester Connell, Bill Mills, Terry Harishorn, Tom Wortman Mike Jeffries Row 3 Steve Sidwell David Wrighf, Scot! Marzano, Dick Dudgeon, Nick Zaras, and Bob Orr Members of The Newark High baseball fraTerniTy played an abbreviafed season in The spring of 1957. lSee page 135 of The 1957 Annual for The reason for The shorfened sea- son.J The season consisTed of playing games in Two TournamenTs. On April 30 Jim All-en's hardball-ers meT WashingTon C.H. aT Grove- porf for a game in The DisTricT TournamenT. Newark won 11 To O. Mike Jeffries was The winning piTcher. On May 2 Newark meT ST. Charles of Columbus. The seminarians downed Newark 5 To 4 To knock The 'CaTs ouT of Dis- TricT play. Jeffries was The losing piTcher. On May 7 The Cambridge Bobcafs eliminaTed Newark from The COL Tournamem' by clown- ing The 'CaTs 3 To 2. The game was played aT Cambridge. David Wrighf was The loser. INTRAMU RAL BASEBALL Juniors Row I-Earl Johnson, Steve Sidwell, Don Archer, Chet Connell, Melbourne George, Bob Laird, Jim l Leslie. Row 2-Bob Kramer, Granger McKinney, Bob Orr, David Hannah, Ted Lescody, Jim Reed. Sophomores Row 'l-Hal Snow, Richard Kunninger, James Shriner, Ralph Brewer, Jerry Cashdollar, Jerry Red- man, Bill Mills, Jack Shumaker. Row 2-Jerry Neighbarger, James Amspaugh, Richard Beckmann, Charles Vogelmeier, Roger Mitch- ell, Larry Potter, Dave Wright, Terry Harlshorn. Row 3-Phil Richcreek, Terry Scheffler, Richard Dudgeon, Scott Marzano, Bradley Williams, Tom Wortman, Nick Zaras. Seniors Row 'l-Fred Pryor, Ted Benson, Charles Cash- dollar, Tip Franklin, Ron Orr, Loyd Davis. Row 2-Mike Jeffries, Jim Tyrer, John Ridella, Don Dickerson. Two sophomore teams, one iunior, and one senior team participated in the baseball intramural season at NHS'in the spring ot 1957. The teams held one round of play. Champion ofthe circuit was the Sopho- more A team with David Wright as its captain. Players for the varsity tournament games were selected from these teams. Mr. Allen directed the sea- son of play. A B B O T T 1 S Congratulations to Class of 1958 Fitted by X-Ray May Your Future Be Successful and Happy SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY Yellow Cob Compomy 9 South Park Place Newark, Ohio MONTANARO BROTHERS, Prop. 191 2 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS Kim Thompson, linda Buckey, Diana Douglas, Bonnie Sunkie, Pat Monianaro, Emilie Neff, Sandy Birkey. In the middle of October, cheerleading try- outs tor sophomores were held. Kim Thomp- son, Bonnie Sunkle, Linda Buckey, and Pat Montanaro were chosen. Mrs. Joe Carlo, Mrs. Richard Schenk, Miss McCreary and Miss Myer served as iudges. Emilie Neff, Sandy Birkey, and Diane Douglas made up the remainder of the squad. These cheerleaders practiced every other night making up their own cheers. Bonnie Sunkle and Pat Montanaro were chosen to move up to the varsity squad for next year. The varsity cheerleaders for next year will be Marilyn Boyling, Julia Mercer, Sandy Bir- key, Diane Douglas, Bonnie Sunkle, and Pat Montanaro. The First Scif-Service Store of Its Kind OPEN TILL 9 W O O LW O R T H ' S At the Plaza Shopping Center GUTRIDGE COAL Ohio, Kentucky and NVest Virginia Coal CIIESTER GUTHIDC-E, Owner 87 ,Iumcs Street Office Plume DI 4-2220 Residence Phono FA 2-4202 VARSITY 'CHEERLEADERS Julia Mercer, Sally Devereaux, Marilyn Boyling, Jane Kirk, Ann Trexel, and Joyce Eifinger. The ambitious bundles of pep students saw displaying their pep in red and white outfits at NHS were the varsity cheerleaders. Their main goal this year was to build up school spirit and pep among the student body. They worked very hard and practiced together to bring new and Iivelier cheers to the school. The cheerleaders attended a summer cheer- leading clinic in Indiana and a clinic sponsored by the Ohio High School Athletic Association in Columbus. Mr. Lawrence Heckimer, who conducted both clinics, praised the girls more than any other group that attended. These cheerleaders are ranked among the best in the state! THE DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudson Avenue Mortin Music Center "NeWark,s Traditional House of Musicv Lessons Takes This Opportunity to Congratulate The Graduates and Assure You of SALES -RENTALS 'T REPAIRS Our Appreciation of Your Patronage 31 Arcade Phone FA 9-5631 VINCOS linda Woolard, Dorothy loar, Roberia Buckey, linda Rachel, Faye lobdell, Carol Jones, Nixxie Dowling, Juaniia Wages, Susie Cree. Through an eliminaTion of TWenTy-six Teams, The Vincos, capTained by Susie Cree, defeaTed Julia's Juveniles To become The champions of an inTramural volley- ball TournamenT. Each member of This Team received individual Trophies. The games were played on Friday aTTernoons after school from December Through February. OTher Teams The Vincos had To overcome were such sTalwarT aggregaTions as Carol Kir1ney's CapTivaTors, PaT Parkhill's Muscle Maids, Jane Kirk's KuTies, Joyce McCleary's MildcaTs, and, of course, The Juveniles. Over Three hundred girls parTicipaTed in The Tournament SmiTh 'Cleoning Co. 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Pow-ers Mrs. Dale Strouse Mr. Clark Rader PATRONS Mr. Dr. Mr Dr. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs Gregg Buckey A. J. Tronstein H. S. Pyle Paul C. Grove William G. Eitinger James R. McMillin Anthony Rizzo .Warren Farnham Truman Cline Dana Ford Sr, Mrs. Katherine Roll Mr. Wendell M. Jones Dr. W. C. Myers Ida Freeman Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boyer Helen.Williams Mr. and Mrs. Frank Friel Dr. John L. Chynoweth Mrs. Mildred Kauber Dr. Robert L. Cochran Mr. Virgil Ashcratt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roan Mr. and Mrs. John Elk V Mrs. L. Hei nrichs Mr. and Mrs. James L. English Mrs. James Reed Sr. Newark Youth Council Nlr. 81 Mrs. Raymond Devereaux Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenk W. T. Grant Trusdell Stevens Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dowling Dr. Phillip Haynes Miss Louada Morgan E. F. Finley Dr. R. G. Plummer Mr. George McDonald Frank S. and Dora L. Farrington Jim Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zesiger Mr. Frew C. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller Mrs. D. N. Skinner Edith M. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kingery Mr. Neil Spearman Mr. Emerson Fishbaugh Mr. C. T. Siegle A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pagel Mr. Richard Kibler Mary Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henry Mr. and Mrs. George Farquhar Senior Hi-Y E. C. Keihn 195 Tim Exyff? ,yqffef of yew!! A54-efd 122' jfyffz , Civi l lztelzemse ode- R15-,YCL dei ilf eiaeffplqe We lo Q K iii f'3,47.s'f? s aQfw2.Kwe1e7' ,fecerves efe1ve,77a1v' Q12 Gigfyen coax Tees. dfgfafnieffi IJQR 23 lgofgafrf Swfifrf 7-Vfff ,xgffawgfyfe EllLENl1ll1l UE EVENTS JULY 22-Ray Walker and Gail Blakeley leave for Eng- 8- 14 land for Scout World Jamboree. AUGUST Football physicals given. 19-Band visits Chicago. 19-Football picnic held at Moundbuilders Park. 20- 25 First football practice. 30-Band Camp. 31-Four-way scrimmage among Newark, Mas- 3- 4- sillon, Mt. Vernon and Columbus North. Newark 12, Mt. Vernon O, Newark 6, North Og Newark O, Massillon 12. SEPTEMBER Citywide faculty meeting at NHS. Meet-the- team night. Cats defeat Columbus West Cowboys 12-7. First day of schoolp sophomore class holds organizational meeting. 6-Senior Class holds organizational meeting. 6-Junior Class holds organizational meeting. 9- First issue of Reveille Review is out. Sale of Reveille Review subscriptions begins. Students of Newark Branch of OSU register in room 313. 11-First fire drill of the year. Spanish Club organizes. Science Club organizes. 12-First Pep Rally held in school gym. Cabinet of Senior Y-Teens meets for first time. Hi-Y organizes for the year. 13-Newark downs Columbus East 20 to O in 14 the first football game of the season. First Student Council meeting. 18-Lowell Kreager, Carol Chaney, and Fred Sheppard attend 4-H Club conference at OSU. 15-First meeting of Hi-C Club. 16 17 19 20 23 25 26 -Reserves beat East Reserves 15-6. French Club organizes. Don M. Smith of the Advocate addresses Reveille staff on ad make-up. -Radio Club organizes. College Club nom- inates officers. Second meeting of Junior Optimists. -First Civil Defense Air Raid Drill held in school. Physics lab receives Geiger Counters from Sears-Roebuck. German Club reorgan- izes. -Newark loses to Middletown, 12 to 0, in non-COL football game. --Newark Reserves defeat Lancaster Reserves 14-O. Clarence Pennington of the Advocate addresses Reveille staff on awareness of news. D.E. takes over subscriptions and sale of ads for Reveille Review. -First meeting of Astronomy Club. -Senior Class officers meet in home of Mrs. Ryder. Newark Reserves down Mt. Vernon Kittens 26-O. 27-Pep rally held in gym: NHS trounces Cam- 28 30 1 2 3 4 bridge 32 to 13 in exciting display of football talent. Band plays at Akron Bowl. -Math Club organizes. -Organizational meeting of Science Club held. Sophomore room agents meet. OCTOBER -NHS notebooks go on sale by Student Council members. Mel "Martin" Dibble speaks to students in first assembly of the year. -Astronomy Club organizes. -German Club picnic held at Dugway. -Ohio History test given. Lancaster downs Newark 20 to 7 at Lancaster. Reveille Re- view publishes aerial view of site of new high school, 196 C7cffr5-5611 5' Gifvsfv-2.5 C7415 fo fb His 7' way. have .ff F ff? Z.",-61-, cgpesriacfxf Ga?-36564124 0.7. 4'2f5x'7'e fiyefdr - 0:23666 if ,Q-".s'coa72wt' J? Cfmfexbk Zueew ,farce +'-Enhiez A961559 Qfhfkze ,-fv6mecam1'0f We er 6fc173f54'1? 30 ,641 My Weep !0ff'Qf7A'.! C71-ve out ,fgvkzfzy afvfxh 779 fm-64 are MM flfwemeeftz g7!oe.4E77fz 5 E, 3,73 ,foe E jr 3-fed. Whitehall drops Reserves 20-6. -Mr. Fish assumes duty of custodian on sec- ond shift. Senior TB X-rays. -Sophomore and iunior pictures taken for Reveille Annual. -Mr. Ralph Bents displays Annual covers. Staff makes selection, -Newark and Coshocton tie 6 to 6 at Co shocton. Student Council decides theme of homecoming: "Say it with music," -Re'erves smash Columbus North 39-6. Mrs. Rexroth entertains Senior Y-Teens with TSS. -Homecoming queen and court selected by students. -Report cards go out. Teachers place grades on cards during class period in front of students. -PTA Open House held. Homecoming pep rally at White Field. -Homecoming game, Chillicothe downs NHS 20-0. -Homecoming dance held in gym. Joyce Eifinger crowned Queen of Homecoming. -Don Smith of the Advocate and Robert Wil- son of the First National Bank talk to DE class on important items in the layout of an ad. -Tade Ztuka, Polish-American tenor, enter- tains students in assembly. Announcement that Tom Voris and Ernie Kuhn place first and second respectively in Ohio History test in county. -Hi-Y goes to Camp Nelson Dodd. Junior Y-Teens organize. -No school, Central Ohio Teachers Associa- tion meeting held. Game with Dover can- celled because of flu at Dover. Dave Swick receives notification of appointment to West Point. -Debaters win 5 out of 6 at Columbus East. NOVEMBER -Zanesville downs NHS 20-6 in last home game of season. Pep rally held at 3:15. -Vocalaires entertain students in assembly. Radio Club hears John Fisher of WCLT on writing scripts. -Hi-C Club sees picture entitled "One God." Art students go on annual Columbus trip. Visit OSU Museum and Columbus Art Gal- lery. Astronomy Club meets. Visual Serv- ice Club meets. F.T.A. meets. Senior tackle. -Ron Boylan elected chaplain of Hi-Y. -Newark downs Marietta in last football game of season, 25-6. Student Council meets. -Adam Schaffer shows movies and lectures on Mexico in fourth school assembly of year. Sophomore hearing tests begin. -Dress rehearsal for HMS Pinafore. Operetta to be given l4th and l5th. -Hi-Y sees film entitled "What Makes a Good Club." -Second performance of HMS Pinafore. Stu- dent Council meets. -lnformal Y-Teen initiation. Duane Dawley talks to Radio Club. -Dr. Luther Gable, atomic scientist, presents interesting science lecture in school assem- bly. Father Torer explains Roman Catholic religion to Hi-C Club. -Ohio State University, Newark Branch, is theme of PTA meeting. -Basketball preview with Denison, 3:15. 23-Susan Hupp, Dennis Runkle, Bonnie Eg- new, and Wanda Houdeshell attend Youth Safety Conference in Columbus. 197 fwvem ive-.e 15' V fi' 7:22905 1"l'?ff'l:z7731'?!. Sf, ,fffzigm Ga 616 4:3,?2Aq1'g,' Etfeflfjlfyufh asian 61? Afgwfm 584 'gy' Wage 5 799176473 -r'f2.:.ff7c'A cz J'r"t'7Q.fr', facie? 13? flrfrvfm 665, ffivenwefe 535' fggfwaf FV' 75am- X l5?f'l7::w7:QnR , 1 . ,.....,.:z: 'Z ,, .Q .,.. :1,. ,,, W V ' .. ,.. as ,ffksfieerf 4512 "M" 5,75 Q12 69a-cenzdefe 31 6675 of Nfdky P520 ' Rafjllfsf fa,-gs' foiff? 061 5-grit CHFTQIQ, Cf GQAFQQT la.fv's:r:.iS'.7Q3R ON ,A,,,,.,Qs5, fe. Qwaawy 34' Seience C'!'5 f11'CY"'5' A.-wifvccf x72 f003f3"'j Fw? meme ,ffi'-'i'-f75"W5' -Geoffrey Leister and Ray Brown launch small rocket. Debators win four of six at Columbus North. -Formal initiation of new Y-Teens held in First Presbyterian Church. 25-Repre'entative of Ohio State shows movie and answers questions for College Club. -Columbus West Cowboys defeat NHS in opening basketball game of season: Colum- bus West 65, NHS 44. First class in radia- tion held by Science and Astronomy Clubs. Girls' intramural volleyball starts. 28-Thanksgiving vacation begins. 29--NHS quintet plays Chillicothe there: Cats 43, Cavaliers 62. DECEMBER 2-Effects of Sputnik discussed in Science Club. 3-Representative from Fisher Body Guild in assembly for boys. Ernie Kuhn selected one of two oustanding local newspaper boys entering in state competition. Hi-C Club discusses activities of various local Church youth fellowships. First snow of winter season-6 to 8 inches covers ground. Terry Hartshorn and Gene Swartz elected co- captains of next year's football team. 4-Every-pupil tests. 5-Every-pupil tests. -NHS cages lose third straight to Canton Leh men there, 89-59. 7-Tag days for Band. Take in Sl,l75.66. George Dell high salesman with S38.l5. 7-Bob Asbell, Larry Ashcraft, Don Fee, and Jerry Brenhiser attend 54th annual State Hi-Y Conference at Athens. 9-Prugh McFarland, famous tenor, presents musical program in assembly. Representa- tives from Ohio University speak to Col- lege Club. Prospective members invited to Camera Club. TO-Allenmen win first game in four starts, 60-55,, from Mount Vernon in exciting home game. -Dick Dudgeon downs window on west landing. -Allenmen beat Cambridge 55-Sl at Cam- bridge. l4-Student Council decorates Christmas tree in second floor hall. Marion has edge over Newark 49-44. Debaters win 5 of 6 at Wooster and 7 of T2 at Columbus North. Music departments gives second annual con- cert in Music Hall. -Radio Club meets-assigns scripts for rest of year. Mr. Kingery calls meeting of senior English people interested in writing play for local historical society. I7-Hi-C Club hears Reverend Thomas P. Simp- son of Trinity Episcopal Church on the meaning of Christmas. T9-Language Club banquet in Music Buildng. 20-Christmas program held in auditorium. Pro- gram given by Chorus under Mr. Thomas. Christmas vacation begins. Zanesville cag- ers defeat NHS 56-46 at Zanesville. Amer- ican Legion essays due in office. 24-Christmas Eve, Radio Club and chorus pre- sent program over WCLT. -Christmas. Candy Hop held in ONG Armory. -Allenmen slaughter Marietta five 81-52 in NHS gymnasum. -Teens Against Polio campaign begins. -Second win in 3 days, Newark defeats Toledo Waite 73-49 here. JANUARY -New Year's Day freal scoop, huhll. -Cats defeat Coshocton Redskins 70-48 at Coshocton. Junior Cats also won 56-41 , QVVQQIGZ . 15:-44 S732 QATQUQM 37, cfefeaf COSADCKM 7:71 "' Sal-ocl.Q.Yx.l'5i Finch in ldowlils QTL Cool A-CK 5- 198 I D lvl . 7 10 13 lC2'61wfz1t7 21 ZGHCQS7-ESR 14 Chceeleaaens 15 6-Mr. E. W. Conner of The Advocate sets first page of this yearbook. -Mount Vernon Yellow Jackets defeat Allen- men 62-54 at Mount Vernon. Reserves win 70-61. 9-General scholarship tests given to seniors Thursday morning. Agricultural tests given to seniors Thursday afternoon. -NHS cagers bring COL wins to 4 by de- feating Lancaster 52-5O, Reserves win 46-37. -George Jason, comedian, musician, and magician entertains in seventh assembly of the year. Representative from Bowling Green University speaks to College Club. -Junior Y-Teens plan style show. -Small explosion in chemistry lab. Smith, Gaskella, Church send tube to ceiling. LIXVU-A-Q 16-Music Appreciation Club reorganizes after 17 18 euanalisn STQFY 31 F08 .sTw.ivinc5"Cl20-ilf'VE- gli: MQRC lw QQ- 8 11 14 being defunct since 1954. A total of 153 students show up. -NHS five upsets Chillicothe 55-59 in local game, Reserves win also, 55-52. -Maurice Jackson MC's Teens-Against-Polio dance at ONG Armory. Debaters win 10 out of 12 at Canton McKinley. 20-Semester exams begin. 23-Annual Band banquet held in Elks Club. 25-Newark beats Cambridge 65-47 at home, Reserves win 71-35. Debaters C-team wins at Middletown. 27-Second semester begins. -Jackie Loughery, Hollywood movie star, ap- pears at pep assembly in gym. Zanesville plays at Newark: Zanesville 68, Allenmen 63. Representatives from Delaware Willis visit Newark High. FEBRUARY - 1-Debaters at Heidelberg College and Dayton Chaminade. 3-Music Appreciation Board meets. 4-Commencement Announcements ordered. 6-First regular meeting of Music Appreciation hears Tschaikovsky's "Capricco ltalien." 7-Marietta game postponed due to bad road conditions in Southern Ohio. -Cats defeat Marietta 46 to 51 at Marietta. -New Gym Leaders Club meets. -Coshocton Redskins lose to Allenmen 74 to 56 on Wildcat hardwood. Reserves win Fgbkgany also, 59 to 44. 15-Debaters go to Dayton Fairmont. EQYEXEI, Recieve? 17-Mr. Boyd attends principals' conference in A If Indianapolis. Jiff' C deg EaQc'nj 18-Phil Richcreek and Jim Smith present com- qwanmcc edy in German to German Club members. I 19-Jim Mitchell takes over male lead in senior f'7'm-ici 5' jpegs ,wyeffeeeraf Fon 27 Zogffffyg iz ofv 28- class play. 20-Debaters perform at PTA meeting. Music Appreciation Club hears "Danse Macabre" by Saint-Saens and "Polovtsian Dances" from "Prince lgor," by Borodin. 21-Pep assimbly in gym. Allenmen defeat Lan- caster Golden Gales 65 to 61 in exciting tilt at Lancaster, ending COL play. 22-Debaters qualify for state finals by tying for first in district Class A tournament. Drawings for basketball tournaments held in Columbus. -Junior Y-Teens meet, practice for style show. Ernie Kuhn, Phil Richcreek, Mary Twinem, Bob Gaunder, and Teresa Wagner visit Delaware Willis High School as repre- sentatives of the Student Council. Junior Y-Teens present style show, modeling clothes from King's. 199 Llohrl 1ANl'Wl9- Feaiuaecl in MQRC lo 7 evelike Review lvlaxskt 'Z , ivsimltil-ihqm PGH GUS-S' in lg,-Kiln l'liJFt.i2oN. lVlo.RC.h 8 i..o.'S'-if -l-ouRNr-AENT game FOP: QQTS. ack 18 CAREER Da 1.. 3 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 15 18 20 21 22 25 26 27 28 29 2 3 4 9 2 MARCH Allenmen Beat Columbus Rosary at Mifflin in first tournament game of year. -Virginia Sale comedy actress presents successful assembl 1 , y. Dress rehearsal for Senior Class Play Lost Horizon held. -Wildcats defeat Westerville 53-51 to move into district finals at St. John's Arena. -Senior Class play Lost Horizon presented in school auditorium. Big success. -Cats lose to Columbus East to take runner-up spot in district. -Three Woodside School pupils put on play for Spanish classes. Indoor track meet at Denison field house. Student Council conducts clean-out of desks. -Locker cleaning campaign conducted by Student Council. -Grade cards out once more! -District Music Contest held here at NHS, Band and chorus re- ceive superior ratings. -Career Day at NHS. Entire afternoon spent hearing of what and why. -Kirk Bennet presents The Man Who Knew Lincoln in assembly. -Sophomore Class Dance. -District Science Contest held at Ohio State Fairgrounds Youth Center. -Historical Society play given in Trinity Episcopal Church parish house. -Every-pupil tests given. -Every-pupil tests given. Don Louie speaks to students in assembly. -Every-pupil tests given. World Affairs Institute in Cincinnati. -Music contest held here. APRIL -Preliminary District State Scholarship Tests given. -Second day of scholarship tests. -First annual pre-Easter service for high school students held in the First Methodist Church. -Good Friday, no school. -Band concert held first night in Auditorium Theater. 10-Band Concert. Upper Arlington here for track meet. 12-Senior Y-Teens sponsor dance. State Solo and Ensemble con- test Muskingum College. Harlowmen attend Springfield relays at Springfield. 14-Worthington here for track meet. 15-Emerson Scott, film narrator, presents assembly. 17-PTA meeting. -Math, Science and Astronomy Clubs sponsor dance. -Mansfield Relays held at Mansfield. -Senior Assembly held. 23-Grade cards distributed. 24-Harlowmen participate in Worthington Relays. -School receives two dogwood trees. -State finals of Band and Chorus contest held here. Band gets excellent rating, Chorus, very good. Wesleyan Relays held at Delaware. -National Merit Scholarship tests given to iuniorsp Lancaster here for track meet. MAY and 2-Choir Concert held in NHS Auditorium. -Final District State Scholarship Tests held at Denison University. -COL track meet at White Field. and 10-Band festival held in NHS and music building. -Harlowmen meet Columbus West here at White Field. and 17-District track meet held at Delaware. -Student Council banquet held at Trout Club. -Dress rehearsal for Thespian Play. -State track meet at Columbus. Senior exams begin. Thes- pian play given. -Junior-Senior Prom held at the Armory. to 30-Final exam week. JUNE -Baccaluareate held at 2:30 P.M. 3-Faculty meeting at 10:00 A.M. -Commencement at White Field. -Last day of school! Congratulations "Television Is Our Business- and Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 Not A Sidelinev SALES AND SERVICE J. A. DeVito Book Store Dougherty Television YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY CENTER 7 N. Fourth Street Ph. FA 4-5351 Congratulations to Class of 1958 Independent Doiry, Inc. F A4-352.1 48 Kreig Street Best of Luck to the Class of '58 BUSY BEE GRILL Q IIS SD MW 0 ,ff Q' T I .4A Head er for SPALDING SHOES Established in 1870 Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of 1958 J. C. Penney Co., Inc. ERICK DRUGS SERGEANT'S PRESCRIPTIONS Congratulations and Best Wishes 220 Granville Street Newark, Ohio To the Senior Class Phone FA 4-4871 Of NHS-1958 Congratulations to the N E W A R K Class of 1958 I M O N U M E N T DONEFF'S, INC. COMPANY FINE FOODS EAST MAIN BY BRIDGE . Congratulations to Congratulations Class of 1958 C R ISS B R 0 5, RALPH'S MARATHON Granville Street at Ninth SERVICE STATION Corner 5th and West Main ' ADVERTlSER'S INDEX Without th-e support of the firms listed in the index below, the publiction of this volum-e would be an impossibility at the price each student pays. The Reveille Staff wishes, therefore, to express it apprecia- tion to each of the advertisers listed, and further would like to urge students that before they buy, they refer to this page or the advertising section in order to support the people who support us. A.A.A. Criss Brothers Abbott's Shoe Store Danzenbaker, Otto J., lnc. Acme Sheet Metal Daugherty Television Advocate Printing Company De Vito Book Store, J. A. Airesman's Electric Company Deweese Market Alban, Sam, Company, The Diamond Store Albyn, H. A., Nursery Dinner Bell Restaurant AIten's Clothing Store, lnc. Doneff's Food., lnc. Annarino Bros., Center Cafe Dry Creek Crushed Gravel Company Arcade Drug Store Dugway Food Market Arensberg, George, Pharmacy Edmiston Book Store Art, H. L., Jeweler Elliot Hardware Ashcraft, Machine and Supply Company Emerson, Roe, Clothing Athanor Heating Company Erick Drug Store B 81 L Auto Supply Farquhar and Steinbaugh B 81 L Motor Freight Finch Shoe Store Baker, Joseph, and Associates Frenier Sheet Metal Shop Barber's Pure Oil Service Gallaher Drug Company Betty Gay Green Bay Fur Company Beverly Shop Gutridge Coal Company Blake Bros. Glass Hall and Son Borden Company Haynes Brothers, lnc. Brown, Johnny Heath Electric Company Brucker and Moody Hermann's Buckey Brothers, Inc. Henderson, Inc. Buckeye Cleaners Holland Electric Shop Bucy Lumber Company Hollar, O. D., and Sons Burtic Jewelers Horner's Newark Paint Company Busy Bee Hotel Taft Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Hotal Warden Carroll, John J., Department Store Howard's Studio Cartnal and Sons Hub, The I Chaney, Eugene L. Huffman, William H. Chaney, Walter, Construction Company Hull's Wallpaper Store Clark's Grill Hunter, G. B. Coca-Cola Company Independent Dairy, lnc. Continental Can Company Jeffries Supply Company Cornell Men's and Boy's Wear Jordan Candies Crane-Kreig-Flory Company Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation Congratulations Congratulations to the from Class of 1958 HELEN VOGELMElER'S Phone FA 6-5311 10 Arcade 116 Union Street DI 4-6200 Folrquhoir ond Steinbaugh Fishing Tackle, Guns and Ammunition 202 XX Kaltek Company, lnc. Kelley's Dairy King's Department Store Kline's Department Store Lamb, John O., Contractor L K Drive-In Laundry Land Licking Laundry Company Lucas Lumber Martin Heating Company Martin Music Center Mathis, Ivan, Moving 8: Storage Company Mitchell's, J. M., Inc. Mohlenpah's Montgomery Lumber Company McConnell Radio and TV Service McClean's Restaurant McDonnell's Shoes McMichael Music Company Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Bargain Shoe Store Bottled Gas Company College of Commerce Engraving Company Furniture Leader Monument Company Telephone Company Transit, Inc. Typographical Union No North Fork Gravel Company Ohio Fuel Gas Company Ohio Power Company Oxley Brothers Palace Bowling Alleys Penney, J. C., Company Pitts Lincoln-Mercury Plaines Plaza Hardware Plaza Pure Oil .69 ADVERTlSER'S INDEX '. Plaza Shopping Center Pound's Florists Pound, Don, Studio Powell Electric, Inc. Pryor's Sunoco Service Ralph's Marathon Service Rankin 84 Rankin, Inc. Richcreek Real Estate 84 Ins. Richardson, William F. Riehl's Flower Shop Rockwell Spring 84 Axle Company Roll-A-Way Club Rowe 84 Nutter Plumbing Sawyer's Market Schitt's Shoe Store School ot B-eauty, 3B Schuler Engineering 8: Newark Galvanizing Scott Furnituer 84 Appliances, George K. Sergeant's Sharff's Fashion St-ewart Bros. 84 Alward Company Superior Auto Parts Swank, Clarence R., Contractor Symon's Best Jewelry Company T 8C T Motors Thompson, Roland Triplex Machine and Design Company Vogelmeier, Helen Vogelmeier, Phil, Company Weiant 84 Sons, Inc., Warren S. White Motor Service White's Studio Whitestone Restaurant Wilma's Wilson and Stricker, Building Contractor Woolworth Company Wyeth-Scott Company Yellow Cab Company Young Jewelers 84 Gifts SUITS and SPORT COATS TAILOBED BY KCORTLEY HIT and TCAMPUS-TOGSD C O R N E L L Men's ond Boys' Wear 2 Congratulations to The Class of 1958 NORTH FORK GRAVEL CO. WASHED, CRUSHED, AND GRADED GRAVEL TOP QUALITY SANDS Waterworks Road DI 4-6347 Compliments "Don,t go around in circles- of Know what you are doing-3' Take skating lessons in Dance, Figures and Free style THE LICKING RQLL-A-WAY CLUB LAUNDRY co. From Shirley and Jim Schrnoll, FA 4-0451 Former Senior Champions IIORNIIIFS NEWARK PAINT C0. -.-.,....-lEZm..u-,..,s.. 1. Ar ...,.... W Y Y,. .. Through the creative work of today, the traditions of tomorrow are built? JOSEPH BAKER JP Z U JP cn cn CD Q JP -I I'I'1 gn JP PU 0 I 7-I l'I'I 0 -n cn 4444! 2 M 2 a, w uw o E. o ELIEL SAARINEM , Y.-..-...5-1. ...- W-....,.-. .HL .--.1.g...,, AM X , F R E N I E R Congratulations to the Class of 1958 SHEET METAL Roofing and Spouting K L I N E ' S Furnace and Sheet Metal Work DEPARTMENT STORE 125 East Church Street NEWARK, OHIO 19-21 SOuth Third Street O X L E Y B R O S. 23 South Third Street 1896---LUGGAGE---1958 PERFECT FOR GRADUATION Tri-Taper Luggage In Five Colors Eight Sizes for the Ladies -Five Sizes for Men -,,-.,.. , SAMSONITE "" ..... - RWAY TRAVEL OY ' """' OLYMPIC ' LEEDS The Present With A Future ,J w.,,,,,i.. ,, . fame, YY , W, ...H .,- Y ARCADE DRUG Where It,s Fun Being Nice To People PRESCRIPTIONS - COSMETICS Quality Menis Store Since 1902 South Third Street HERMANN'S THE STORE WHERE QUALITY AND SERVICE COUNT Achcraft Machine 81 Ornamental Railings - House Beams Fire Escapes - Lentals - Steel Fence Burning - VVelding Supply Co. 185 Wlilson Street Phone DI 4-3045 K A L 51156155 of Slgigds Of' N MACHINE WORK-WELDING SESJIQSDIXXELVSEIEEL METALLIZING 157 West Poplar Avenue INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES W. W. Greer Newark, ohio EUGENE L. CHANEY GENERAL CONTRACTOR Congfatulafions Commercial and Residential Remodeling PHONE FA 4-1477 Class of 1958 Ohio Fuel Gas 'Company Newark Furniture Company Newark's Largest Furniture Store Specializing in Complete Room Outfits Offered at Real Savings To You Open Monday and Friday Evening to 8:30 P.M. ACROSS FROM BIG BEAR 42 South Third Street FA 4-4411 Charter B uses for all Occasions Newark Transit, Inc. FA 5-0501 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTINC L K - RESIDENTIAL alld COhIhIERCIAL 0,7071 24 H014r3 A Day WIRING Home of jumbo 1'IZ11'l'lbll1'g81' P 110119 DI 4-5384 Heath, Ohi0 Corner of Fourth and Locust Try Our Carry-Out Service Heath Electric Com pony Phone FA 5-8501 Congratultions to All High School Graduates "IVhcn You Ivllllf Quality Furniture Go To C A R L I L E ' S VVest Main at Arcade Annex Newark, Ohio 2 LIVE BETTER---ELECTRICALLY OHIO POWER CO. NEVVARK, OHIO Best YVi.9l1es to The Class of 1958 C. R. SWANK Printing That Pleuses 1735 NVm'st Main Street THE Telephone Service NEWARK TELEPHCNE COMPANY A Home Institution A Great COHUC'l'liC'llC'l' The Best A,UjIl'0IIf'lI lo Employmffnl 1ncli.s'pe11.srll1lr' in Slll,'f,'C-SS in Br1si11eS.s 2 Cmzgrutzzlalzons to the Graduating Class of 1958 TRIPLEX MACHINE AND DESIGN CO DEVELOPMENT NIACIIINE VVORK XVELDING AND h4ECIIANICAL HANDLING 180 Grant Street PHONE DI 4-4849 h Wm. H. Huffman GOODCifflit0 t e '58 933 GRAFTON ROAD Newark, Ohio J. M. MITCHELL, Inc. PHONE FA 5-7941 East Side of Square Residential Builder NEWARK, OHIO Congratulcztions Seniors "BEST, OF LUCK SYMONS BEST JEWELRY CO. 1 North Third Street 215 Y 2 THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION CURRAN MOTORS CO. RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Olds - Cadillac Chrysler - Plymouth - Studebaker FRANK L. ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. WALKER -BATTAT MOTORS DeSoto - Plymouth Ford COOPERRIDER CHEVROLET PETERSON- BUICK, INC. Chevrolet Buick COCIIRAN MOTORS IIIXI GRADY PONTIAC INC. Edsel Pontiac Newm'ic's mos! nzorlvrn B. V L it ai rlcpnrtrnenl :il ' n Sf""f B xuNalMl'lfl Q, 1 -me- 4' IISURAHCE D REM. ESTATE WVIIETHER YOUPRE SHOPPING OR 'cjUST LOOKING, YOURE ALWAYS WVELCOME AT 20 North Fourth St., Phone FA 6-6581 K I N G ' S NEWARK, oluo A Friendly Store in cz Friendly City Congratulations 150 Class of '58 BUCKEYE oDoRLEss CLEANERS 70 East Main Street Newark, Ohio - 299 CONGRATULATIONS . . . TO THE CLASS OF 1958 May XVe Serve You In Your Future Needs of Photography? DON PCUND STU DIO 35 Arcade FA 2-9211 Memskn Residential Commercial Industrial o. D. HQLLAR s. soN, . INC. PLUMBING and HEATING 62 VVcst Church Street Phone FA 2-5841 N EWARK, OHIO 10 SOUTH YHIRD SI ' Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of 1958 Weiemt Gardens Hanover Road Newark, Ohio VVholesale growers of Greenhouse Leaf and Bibb Lettuce, Tomatoes and Gueumbers Fresh Greenhouse Tomatoes and Cueumbers are Sold at our Roadside Stand from April to Iuly Best Vlfishes to the Class of ,58 PLAZA PURE OIL JACK e. JAMES Deo Drive and Mt. Vernon Road N EWARK, OHIO DI 4-5051 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS of T958 524- ,' V af E. 221 Borfl4Newark Owngd--Newark Operated ' ' ---L T- X, ' 1- V -2- .rv . VN MAX it 95' if -A-'A-1 Mr ai4::1:9i1fv-fy., CAA- QPZQLZW .1 ,. xl hy, ,lf f T . ..Q R Sf f x' '--:fi1f:L-, 1":ii1f? z131413.'-1'1" x.-2. W ' 'Quiz-Spf ' --wa.: 1 " " ' 42-"'w-1'5f 'A-F' 0 QYQZMTF: ' 1 .,.. -"" ' Your Favorite Store of Qualify and Dependclbilify Athclnor Heating Co. Rear 1:29 West Main Street Opposite High School Sales and Service PHONE FA 6-0691 Headquarters for Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning CLARK GRILL junction Pits. 13 and 40 All Kinds of Sandwiches Light Lunches Compliments GALLAHER DRUGS Congratulations to the Class of R58 LUCAS LUMBER 907 East Main Street OTTO F. DANZENBAKER, Inc. Sheet Metal Work Roofing Furnaces 145 West Canal Street SHEET METAL WORK A v N GUTTERING DUCTWQRK ' RESIDENTIAL ' COINIMERCIAL ' INDUSTRIAL ROOFING X XXX ,.,.. NX LENNOX FURNACES In T AT and "' 44'!'I.X it DOWNSPOUTS AIR CONDITIONERS BLOWERS ACME SHEET METAL Call for Estimates Dlomond 4-6040 235 South 30th Street Newark, Ohio KELLEY'S DAIRY Wm. F. Richardson 680 West Church Street Upholstefing and NEWARK, OHIO Finishing Compliments from FINCH SHOES Z3 South Park Place Uf Compliments Shoes for the Entire Family Weatheir-Bird, City Club Velvet Step, Vitality 9 A RSTORY. "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS' ,",f Q Ks N ' K nr' ' X ' 2 M f I , 6 N' - Y L X X fff I . Li Wifi, 1 gr Y-sr I .ii Lg , N N ' k 1 HRK E NYT L Y as - -so 11 XQFQ- , 2 f ,fav , I 'K' A A - N! , N ' ' I 4 5 'I Ta' A I L W T5 I 1-5 I K 5 li, X x x A 1.3 Vic, ' ' I ,J -M V' ,, -I iff! I 'ff 9 ' , Lizggj- 4 A V L 2, ' 1 I XT ,' .fx - A .1 1 4' ,t?s':i'm . , I ' s A 1 , A xt 'xI : li. 'ii 'i i l f Y' gf' rl. 'T' ,J , '. 9, N I ifvgil' V 12 --f V: ' f fffvf s' s, - ,mga- ii ,T ..., J ,. f - . - ' a ls -Q. ff-1 I 'T QEEEEEIEIE Q X 'T I L J A ll . f 5,' Q P15 Lf' w ' j Z ' l I- 11' if L L -' f fn ,J 3" - iQ , ff gf , 1' ff? ,, '- fb. , L. mg : ,V 14, , 5gg,g34 U L ,lm I E F Is-, ,QV , ' ' V F 4 - s ' Y l ,L .J ' - A ' i - . 1' " b' fi I! s 7' JL ' ' - ' 5' -, "3 if1..4' . 1'1" f1,,,'g ,. -'ff' ',,,,,,,,11qz141sQwf-- --'-- -. :'3-- .,'L P 1 -. ' -- r.:i- - -- Congratulations and Best Wishes To The Class of 1958 THE NEWARK ENGRAVING CC. 52 South First Street PHONE FA 4-4101 N E W A R K, O H I O HARDWABES Congratulations to - and - Class of 1958 HOUSEXVARES BETTY GAY Creme-Kreig-Flory Co. BEST IN BOVVLING Automatic Piusetters Compliments Air Condition of Special Rates for Schools SCHlFF'S SHOES The Family Shoe Store 42 VVest Market Street SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive TH 2 Compliments of the Chas. E. Schuler Engineering Co. Nework Gcilvonizing Co, ---EMERSON--- In Style In Policy g Hi CLOTHES- In Spirit 5, , ll for Play 5 I I for Dress ifef, I 'l gnu- 'V ' if Q' for Every Occas EMERSON Clothes Look Right - Wear Right - Feel Right The RCE EMERSON Store Value - Service - Courtesy - Since 1887 ll S. West Side Square Congratulations to Thank You for Having Class of 1958 Your Picture Taken in Granville GEORGE K. SCOTT ROLAN THOMPSON NEWARK BOTTLED GAS ca. 'UCHCREEK Real Estate 8. Insurance 369 North llth Street FA 6-5961 Ranges-Water Heaters- Heating Stoves East Main Street Compliments Of 2 '-.s'..'-r" -P-r'- Q A ' r'-Vr ' '-'- ., r rr r r A r'At A 'r,. jf, jig - ..... R, .", if V-'r f T .V -gf '-,'. I ' " 'ti' 1. Furniture 81 Appliance Co. 3 Wilson ond Siricker BUILDING CONTRACTORS Make Flowers A Habit Not An Occasion Newark Ohio Compliments Of E. I. YViIson YV. J. Stricker R 1 FA 4-8814 FA 6-5561 I E H L S YOUNG'S .IEWELERS C . p omplzments 81 GIFTS of 23 E. Ch h S t ist me tree Dry Creek Crushed DIAMONDS-VVATCHES-GIFTS Grovel Co. VVatch and jewelry Repair Compliments Compliments Of Of THE EDMISTON AIRESMAWS BOOK STORE CO. On the Square Since 1853 56 WVest Main Street Phone FA 4-0771 Compliments Compliments Of Of PRYOR'S SUNOCO PLAIN E'S SERVICE CENTER Phone FA 3-2702 6th and Church Sts. Newark, Ohio Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Established 1898 8 South Second St. Newark, Ohio Com-yoliments Of Compliments Buckey Brothers, Inc. Contractors Building Supplies H' Nursery , . . Hwnover Ohio 171 Riverside Drive ' ' Phone FA 3-5331 Compliments Of Superior Auto Ports ond Machine Co. Phone FA 2-2691 - FA 2-2641 201 - 205 XVest Main Street Our Sincere 'Congrofulotions To The CLASS OF "58" on the completion of your high school course . . . may tlre fozmclafions laicl in these pas! years be secure for your lifetime of lauilding and your ultimate success be assured. Si EWKFI 3523565 Tlll-Z AIIZAMI K IINIIIN BLOCK NEWARK!! VVHERE Coon FURNITURE is Nor EXPENSIVE Compliments Of POU ND'S FLORISTS PLUMB - MOBILE Plumbing Shop on Wheels YVc Bring Our Tools The First Trip 1 Union Street DI 4-5360 Corner Cedar and Everett Avenue and Phone FA 5-0131 B O B N U T T E R B A R B E R ' S Pure Oil Service Fourth and TVest Church Street Newark, Ohio Phone FA 4-4161 Wlashing, Lubrication, Oil Change Tires, Batteries, Accessories, Service Congratulations to Class of 1958 DINNER BELL RESTAURANT 34 West Main Street Dorothy and Sam Hageman, Owners Electrical Contracting Residential and Commercial NVIRING AND FIXTURES PHONE FA 2-0871 or FA 6-2281 HOLLAND Electric Shop 63 North Avenue Newark, Ohio Congratulations to Class of 1958 THE BEVERLY SHOP 19 South Park Place BUCY LUMBER INC. Lumber and Building Supplies Cor. Sixth and Wilson Street Phone FA 2-9261 -FA 9-0211 Compliments Of SAWYER'S MARKET 393 East Main Street Phone FA 9-6211 JOHN O. LAMP Congratulations GENERAL CONTRACTOR W I L M A I S Phone D1 4-4225 1211 VV1l'lLC1'1TllltC Ave. Newark, Ohio B 8 L White Stone Restaurant AUTO SUPPLY 68 VVest Main Street FOR ALL OF YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 197 Everett Avenue Noon Lunches Short Orders CARRY OUT Coffee Sandwiches Ice Cream Hours 6 A.M. to 7 P.M. Compliments Of CONTINENTAL CAN COMPANY, INC. Q -.L Kmgrsnmllu. ,,-.,. POWELL ELECTRIC INC. Electrical Contractors North 5th Street Newark, Ohio MCMICHAEL Music Store 28 South Third Street Musical Instruments Music Lessons Pllonographs - Records Pianos - Organs G. B. HUNTER Congratulations to CLASS OF 1958 Self-Service, Regular Service TYPEVVRITERS Qwllffy Shirts Individual Washings Service Rental PHONE FA 2-2891 50 North 11th Street Newark, Ohio 29-31 YV. Church St. Phone FA 3-3381 LAUNDRY LAND HAYNES BROS. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 12 East Park Place . . . North Congratulations to Class of 1958 Booty Resineers 42 South Third Street BLAKE BROS. GLASS Newark, Ohio Congratulations to Class of 1958 McLEAN'S RESTAU RANT Across From the High School ,UA .,,e..-- -W- Compliments of Open 9:00 to 9:00 K. L. Hall 8x Son Momlay T111-00011 Saturday 32 North Third Street 00,000.0 0001 P11010 s0p01i00 sl ufml 'ling Goods Hardware Houseware Paint Complimenls Toys Uf GREEN BAY PLAZA HARDWARE FUR CO Newark Plaza Shopping C00t0f Phone FA 2-2421 CARTNAL SQSONS SHEET METAL ROOFING AND FURNACE CONTRACTORS Rear 58 South Fourth Street PHONE FA 4-4141 Serving the Public Since 1920 2 Congratulations BU RTIC J EWELERS T Si T MOTORS USED CARS 359 East Main Street Phone FA 6-8941 GEO. ARENSBERG PHARMACY Specializing in Prescriptions For 34 Years H O T E L T A F T Congratulations and Best XVishes Congratulations to Class of 1958 ELL I OTT'S Hardware Store 36 West Main Street J E F F R I ES SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALE TOBACCO, CIGARS CIGARETTES 6: CANDY 7 Corner Fifth and West Main Streets Phones: FA 2-7331 - FA 3-3651 NEWARK, OHIO Congratulations to Class of 1958 J O H N NY B ROWN Phone FA 9-4731 B O R D E N 1 S Main St Newark, PERSONALIZED INSTALLATION Dcilry 81 Ice Creclm CO. CUSTOM DESIGNED PHONE FA 4-0531 Corner VValnut and Third F LOORS AND WALLS Linoleum - Asphalt - Rubber Plastic - Cove Base a Specialty 'YKYWYYKKYYN fi? YAYWY A EY A WY7 Y A YB A O 'EY " " " WY " T 'DOY " " " " YY? 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