Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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In MRS' SARAH KRIEG the fall of 1954 she ob- tained a leave because of indisposition and did not return to school. In her classes during her teaching tenure she emphasized culture as well as linguistic proficiency. During the summer of 1955 Mrs. Krieg retired from the teaching profession. Previous to teaching at NHS Mrs. Krieg followed music as a career. She received a degree of Bachelor of Music from the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She taught violoncello and piano at Wooster College. Later she lived in Europe where she studied and did concert work in violoncello literature with which she was quite successful. At the same time Mr. Shiffeler was engaged in operatic work, both study and performance. Mrs. Krieg received her A.B. degree from Denison University and her M.A. degree from The Ohio State University. Mrs. Krieg was one of those types of people that others like to know. Her conversation was charged with fun and zest. Her friends were many and her students loyal. Those who took instruction from her entered college classes with confidence in the knowledge that they had been well prepared. To Sarah Krieg her old friends in the faculty of NHS wish her many years of happiness and a full and long life in her retirement. Her many students scattered about the globe express their sincere appreciation for what she did for them. .Qefhes . . Mr. Roy Hammond, cus- todian of Newark High School, retired in October of 1955. He had been at Newark High since l946. Mr. Hammond was a MR- ROY HAMMOND man who did not let the pressures and obsessions of modern like bother him. He had the happy faculty of getting things done without driving himself to the point of exhaus- tion. He retained that ability to live easily that so many moderns have lost, much to their dis- comfort. And along with his duties he always had a smile or a hearty laugh for the individual who could spend a moment between pressing engagements. We shall all miss seeing Mr. Hammond walking across Main Street to McLean's for his morning or afternoon cup of coffee. And we wish him a long life of happiness and many cups of coffee. Editorial Staff David Boyce, associate editor SENIORS Thomas Cochran Shirley Griffith Joyce Russell Shirley Blackstone, Assistant Bus. Manager Joyce Fulk Marsha Farquhar Connie Finney Ruth Ann Null Linda Flannigan Margaret Lusk Lynn Simross Sherilyn Bowell Janet Duff Sylvia Shawhan Roberta Danford Karla Mason Sondra Inscho Carolyn Hughes Arlene Lane Marilyn Bodoh Sue Coelho, chairman Sondra Inscho Karla Mason Roberta Danford Dixie Myers Gretchen Rader Sue Leckrone Janet Leek' 105-Gretchen Rader James Redman 106-Philip Miller Emilie Neff 107-Barbara Martin Granger McKinney 110-Sylvia Shawhan Jim Safforcl 111-Tom Swank Trudy Stevens 201-Janet Sue Leek Robert Laird 202-Barbara Hunter Robert Kern 204 205 206 207 210 213 TYPIST Marilyn Bodoh JUNIORS Valarie Bastin Michael Claggett Business Staff Marilyn Trimble Peggy Mohler Betty Fee Martha Finley Rosalie Hughes Nancy Messimer Roberta Buckey Molly Bryan Donna Buckey Janet Hahn Pat Sullivan Marie McCartan Carolyn Petty Judith Haga Betty Posey Gretchen Rader Dixie Myers Susan Toler Ann Trexel Claudia Bringardner Tica Roberts Nancy Farquhar Diane Blakeley Marla Cline Judy Class Judie Whitehead Beth Worth Carolyn Cochenour Sue Hollar Kay Scott Mary Alice Clayton Kay Roberts Barbara Cooper Barbara Campbell Patron Staff Barbara Hunter Dona Buckey Janice Caldwell Barbara Cooper Joyce Fulk Beverly Brookover Joan Dugan Sue Brooks Sally Plummer Judy Pyle Roberta Buckey Peggy Mohler Arlene Lane Delcie Myers Jo Kramer Peg Lusk Marsha Farquhar Pat Volz Room Agents -Linda Hornung Kenneth Gregg -Jerry Fifield Linda Friel -Ralph Duty Sharon Donaghue -Judith Class Brent Conaway -Rebecca Brodt Donna Buckey -Leonard Wooles Barbara Wright 300-Valorie Bastin Jim Abbott 301-Susan Coelho Michael Claggett 302-Nancy Earley Tom Elk 303-Nancy Anderson James Bibler 304-Beverly Brookover Joseph Corby 306-Wiletta Ackers Robert Anderson 309-Nan-cy Grove Mike Jeffries 311-Jake Laeufer Lucille Lambert Susan Coelho Claire Grunewald Gloriann O'Brien James Spangler Becky Brodt Janice Caldwell Beverly Brookover Delcie Myers Phil Koblens Ronnie Cunningham Robert Laird Linda Kerns Linda Phillips Sharla Patton Gail Boyer Marilyn Boder Susan Coelho Pat Volz Johanna Skinner Linda Martin Joyce Eifinger Lynn Watson Johanna Skinner Sherry Lookenott Barbara Northrup Mary Ruth Keller Ruth Ann Null Linda Ann Flannigan Shirley Blackstone Lynn Simross 313 314- 315 400 402 403 406 -James Spangler Ma ry Beth Worth John Melton Nancy Messimer Sharon Powell Kenneth Scott -Darrell Dick Joyce Fulk Jo Kramer Richard McConnell -Karla Mason Robert Morris -Linda Swan John Sutphen 9 1qyea21.al!Vewal1kJfi9fzaA4eenly14auqf1. H- -- lheafuafm We of the 1956 Reveilie Annual Staff Wish to show in the ensuing pages Where your three years of high school have gone as seen through the eyes of the omnipresent observer. EDWARD MCCAMENT Editor www- Mmdfmqupdwau uamwdgadmq Zefnpawaqknmemm mafuelhefml dau medmqa me daoncalfecf ufudmziiamde fofaclafifi fzicfuluzt... 13 eacffeid.gadA4pi4lfddd-ecfaLaul'i4oaecfaA4ed. in Zine aflevuwan in had of Me ale! duilcfinrf all'fnefzo:necomuu7Jance.L'ym14mawnecl '7fzen. ' ' . rqfwafi ani lafking, in Me wowcfecf hall! :qncflfzeaewa4lffaeannualef12u31'Z'fna4eanJ4fa4!ofz 16A 744 Zf-'7em4 znufzwte az! SZ. Paw. . . We aww, niqfrl' www Wm I I I 17 encfdxedemeiflba 7fze4.enzhf1-cfa44.7JJa4f0wz '7cuunmean4 '7hefwmn-4mm,mammMw,... Zhemlmmlemnclaupiwzc amlzfheemd HZ . .IZ Z. N3 23 BOARD OF EDUCATION STACY CONRAD RODERIC JONES DR. JOHN L, CHYNOWETH president Vice-president FREDA TAYLOR CLAYTON A. SMUCLKER ROBERT W. Retired December, 1955 DR. GLEN W. DELL ROBERT W. LAWRENCE THELMA HOLCOMBE Retired December, 1955 R6Tifed Dewmbef, 1955 Clerk 24 MR. PAUL B. EDWARDS Superintendent B. S., The Ohio State University M. A., The Ohio State University FREW C. BOYD Principal A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., The Ohio State University GEORGE STOECKMANN Vice-pri ncipal A. B., Denison University Th.B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary M.A., The Ohio State University Biology FORREST MORAN WALTER DEWEESE Director of Elementary Education Superintendent of Buildings B. S., in Ed., Muskingum College, M. Ed., The Ohio State University. MARTIN DEAN Speech and Hearing Therapist B.A., Michigan State College, M. A., Michigan State College. MARY GRUBAUGH RUTH GARDNER Visiting Teacher-Attendance Officer School Nurse Ph.B., Denison University R.N. Newark City Hospital 28 THELMA HANE5 LOIS HOLCOMBE Assistant Clerk-Treasurer to Board of Education Secretary to Superintendent , . v,.v,, 2 . I HQI H ,... , I Q . . , V ,, ' . V ""'-' f :gf , ' 5, 53,1 ' . . . " '- V 9.5" h i: V .Spf I ' j ig -' 15, 1 X I- : , ' V. .z - a ff' ' H MARJORIE YOST Secretary to Director of Elementary Education HARRY MCGAUGHY R. A. POUND Custodian Custodian of Gymnasium 29 LOUADA M. MORGAN A.B., Muskingum College, M.A., The Ohio State University: Stenography, Typewriting. MORGAN H. C. St. Clair A. B., The Ohio State University: Com- mercial Law, Office Machines, School Treasurer. ST. CLAIR J. S. McCLEARY B.S., Wilmington College, M. Ed., The Ohio State University: Salesmanship, Economic Geography, Sociology. McCLEARY -iz. ,,.. X " flfit DORIS E. OLPP ,,e fi, -'-tt B.A., The ohio scare university, B.s. If in Bus. Admin., Bliss College: Book- OLP LETHA HEADLEE B.S., The Ohio State University, M.A., The Ohio State University, Office Prac- tice, Office Machines, Stenography, Typewriting. HEADLEE EDITH PARSONS B.S., The Ohio State University, A.B., The Ohio State University: Stenography, Typewriting. PARSONS 30 EDWARD STRADLEY B.S., Muskingum College: Practical Mathematics, Vocational Machine Shop, Economic Geography. CHARLES A. ECKERT B.S., The Ohio State University, M.A., The Ohio State University: Supervisor of Industrial Arts, Sheet Metal, Printing. HAROLD OATMAN Vocational Machine Shop. ROBERT CASH B.S., indiana Teachers Collegep: Automo- tive and Aircraft Mechanics, Drivers' Education. ROBERT ROSE B.S., The Ohio State University: Draft- ing. ROBERT DEAFENBAUGH B.S., The Ohio State University: Wood- working, Automatives. STRADLEY , , P 'ff 'ff ' '-.-f,.::5:gQ:g .5213 1- -, -: : 36 1 2.4 ECKERT OATMAN CASH ROSE DEAFENBAUGH tg . 1,. . :., NINA KECKLEY WENDELL M. JONES A.B., Hiram College, M.A., University B.S., Ohio University, M.A., The Ohio of Michigan: Geometry, Trigonometry, State University: Chorus. Advanced Algebra. DONALD EUDD wAYNe 1HoMAs B.S. in Ed. The Ohio State University: B.S. in Ed. Muskingum College. Sning Plane Geometry Advanced Algebra. Instruments and Qrcnesnal JONES WW 1HoMAs ff FLORENCE MYER eonoou R. KINGERY l' B.S., Michigan State Normal College, A.B., Denison Univenny: M.A., The M-A-1 C0lUmbla UUIVEVSITYI PhY5iEEl Ed' Ohio State University: English, Ancient Ucallon- History, Annual, Journalism. MYER KINGERY JAMES Al-LEN HELEN wlu.lAMs A-B-I MUSkln9Um College: Pl'1YSlC3l ECIU' A.B., Denison University, M.A., The cation, Baseball Coach, Assistant Foot- Qhio Sfafe University: English. ball coach. WILLIAMS WILLIAM H. MARTIN B.S., ohio university, MFA., ohio uni- MARY REXROTH vefsifyg Aff, A.B., Denison University: English. PEARCE MYRON PEARCE GRACE RYDER B.S." Ohio University- M.Ecl.f Ohio Uni- A B Muskingum Cone ', , ' , . ., ge, M.A., The versity: Band, Director of Music. Ohio state University: English. AMY EDWARDS PAULINE McCREARY A.B., Denison University: M.A., The A.B., Denison University: M.A., The Ohio State University: English. Ohio State University: Latin EDWARDS MCCREARY PAUL HARLOW A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University: English, i i i -i-rack Coach, Aihieiic Direcior- Ph.D., University of Vienna: German, French, Spanish. ROSE LOW HARLOW LOW BERNARD NYE ROBERT C- HUGHES B.S., The Ohio State University: M. Sc. Bs. in Ed., the ohio stare University: in Bus. Admin., Bowling Green State English, Speech. University: Salesmanship, Cooperative Retailing. HUGHES ii NYE MILDRED KAUBER FLORENCE E. Bovn B.A., The Ohio State University: English. 5.5. in Ed., The Ohio University: M.A., The Ohio State University: History. KAUBER BOYD T. EDWYN DICKERSON HELEN pi DQRN A.B., Denison University, M.A., The BUS' Wesiem Reserve Universiiy, MA. Ohio State University, LL.B., Franklin Miami Universiiy. Librarian University: Member of Ohio State Bar: ' ' Civics, Debate. DORN DICKERSON V ' if Run-I BENNINGTON JACK R, HALE 1 Wt is B.S., Ohio University: Home Economics. B. S., The Ohio State University: M.A., ir The Ohio State University: Economics. H ' f BENNINGTON HA'-E JOSEPH CARLO P. G. STEINBERGER A.B., Baldwin-Wallace, M.A., Western Reserve University History, Head Foot- ball Coach. gebra, Practical Science. RALPH E. RICE A.B., The Ohio State University, M.A., The Ohio State University: History, Civics. MAXWELL K. DOUGLAS B. A., Denison University: Basektball Coach. Biology, Head WALTER DAVIDSON B.A., Muskingum College, M. Ed., Bowl- ing Green State University: History. VIRGIL B. ASHCRAFT A B.S., The Ohio State University, A.B., The Ohio State University: Biology. FLEETA DICKERSON B. S., University of Minnesota, M.A., The Ohio State University: History. DUANE N. DAWLEY B.S. in Ed., Ohio University, M. Ed., Ohio University: Psychology, School Psychologist. NEIL SPEARMAN B.s. in Ed., ohio university, M. Ed., MARY E- BARNES Ohio University: History. Administrative Assistant. B. S., Denison University: Physics, Al- DOUGLAS zz 'P fs Q' 5 Q-.i v . ., ,,A uz -ff gf 4, s 'i f' rs 4. ' 7:6 ':,'.-- .-ftfisfmi . ..,,,, 6 ,., ., DAWLEY VV - .z F. W. SMITH B. s., The ohio stare university, M.A., JFANETTE HENDERSON ' The Ohio State University: Chemistry, B.S. in H. Ec., Ohio University: DE'-CRES MANTONYA Practical Science, Home Economics. Secretary to Principal 33 GMM 1955 G 1404621-A4 At the ninety-eighth Commencement, held at White Field at six-fifteen To To To To To To To To To To To To To To To evening of june 9, the following awards were made- on the Nancy Irene Danford the William E. and Annie S. Miller English Prize. Nancy Irene Danford the Newark High School French Prize. Shirley Mae Hoyt the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize. Paul Franklin Orr the Harvard History Prize. Charles Franklin Booher the Leland Baxter, Ir. Award in journalism. Margaret Jacquelyn McGlone the Florence M. King Trophy in Dramatics. Shirley Mae Hoyt the Award in Commerce. Neal R. O'Brien the Reese Debate Award. Iames Franklin Bair the Harvard Cup. Carol Diana Hornby the Soroptimist Club Award. Neal R. O'Brien the National Forensic League Award. David Benjamin Bowden the National Forensic League Award. Charles Edmund Beach III the Lloyd C. Millisor Memorial Trophy. Charles Edmund Beach III the Roger Sedgwick Award in Basketball. Terry Lee Powell the Newark Binai Birith Good Citizenship Award. ,--f ED MCCAMENT, Pfeiiidenf JOHN HARLOW, Vice-President JACQUELIN GOODWIN, Secrefary SHARON SPITZER, Treasurer Abbott, Charles Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sprouse: "Silence is the mother of truth." Loud Lip: Teachers and civics lHi, Jan- etj. "Ch-Ch" was in Band '54, Science Club '56. Acock, George Woodfield Son ot Mr. and Mrs. George Acock: "l'll die in a tav- ern." Loud Lip: Hunting Commanches with Herm Babe." "Woody" was in Spanish Club '55, Varsity Football '55, '56. Acton, lawrence Willard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willard Acton: "What sweet delight a quiet life af- fords." Loud Lip: People who smoke, drink, and swear - girls especiallyl "Lawrence" was in Science Club '56. Anderson, .lohn Mackenzie Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson: "No task's too steep for human wit." Loud Lip: Conformity is the curse of man. "John" was in College Club '55, '56, Contemporary History '54, '55, '56, Radio '54, '55, '56, Room Agent '55, Science Club '54, '55, '56, Sphinx '56, Student Council '55, '56, Debate '54, '55, 56, Thespians '54, '55, '56, Na- tional Forensic League '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Andersen, Morris Clement Son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris C. Anderson: "Chance can- not change my love nor time impair." Loud Lip: People with crew cuts. "Clem" was in Business Staff '56, Science Club '55, Sphinx '56. Anderson, Nancy Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Anderson: "Sometimes quiet is an un- quiet thing." Loud Lip: All the fun at N.H.S. Those hot rides with Joyce and Sara, and the boys who don't go to Newark High. "Nancy" was in Y-Teens '56, Room Agent '56, Armentrout, Robert Eugene Son of Mrs. Annabelle Armentrout: "Man is na- ture's sole mistake." Loud Lip: Getting up in the morning. "Bob." Ashcraft, Judith Ann Daughter of Mrs. Mildred Ashcraft: "Of all noises l think music the least dis- agreeable." Loud Lip: O, that home rooml "Judy" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Ault, Daniel Arnold Son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil- lip Ault: "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men." Loud Lip: Doggy "47" Chevies. "Red" was in Band '54, Visual Service Club '55, '56. Bagent, Eddie lee Son of Mrs. Edward Bagent, Jr.: "All things come to him who waits." Loud Lip: Ease up. "E." Baird, Carol Sue Daughter of Mrs. D. O. Thogmartin: "With thee sil- ence is pain." Loud Lip: People who put cats in parked cars tHi, gangli "Blackberry" was in Band '55, '56, College Club '56, Room Agent '54, '55. Ballinger, Roberta l.ee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Ballinger: "Absence makes the heart grow fond- er." Loud Lip: History class. "Bertie" was in Chorus '55, '56, Barrick, Thomas Allan Son of Mary and Kenneth Barrick: "His crime forgivel His virtues, tool" Loup Lip: They're always talking about my car. "Tom" was in Sci- ence Club '56. Ba sferd, George Douglas Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Basford: "We learn our les- sons not for life, but 'for the lecture-room." Loud Lip: People that aren't Pat or Timely. "Doug" was in Hi- Y '55, '56, President '56, Speedball '54, '55, Cross Country Manager '56, Vis- ual Service Club '55, '56, Basketball Manager '56. Bausman, Richard Edmund Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Bausman: "Love which in- sists that love shall be mu- tual." Loud Lip: People who block doorways. "Dick was in Hi-Y '55, '56, Spanish Club '55, Sphinx '56. Benson, Roberta Alice Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivar T. Benson: "Be not simply good, but good for something." Loud Lip: Peo- ple who tell iokes that l don't understand. lHi, Billll "Bobbie." Beckham, John Andrew Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beckham: 'Life is not life at all without delight." Loud Lip: That period of imprisonment from Septem- ber to Junel "Jah" was in Sphinx '56. Bentley, JoAnn Rosemary Daughter of Mrs. Marie Bentley and the late Mor- ton H. Bentley: "Perfect love implies love in all ca- pacities." Loud Lip: Oh, them Air Force boys BHi, Wilbertl "Jo" was in is- tributive Education '56. Bibler, James William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Bibler: "A man of words." Loud Lip: People who drive "fast" cars. lHi, Freddyj "Deacon Willy" was in Hi-Y '54, '55, '56, Chaplain '55, Treasurer '56, Key Club '54, Rscgom Agent '56, Sphinx Biddle, Sandra Eliza beth Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Glen Biddle: "The reward of a thing well done is to have done it." Loud Lip: People who ask me when I'm going to get married. lHi, Royl "Sandy" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56. Bishop, Roderick Minor Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Bishop: "A man of inches, and every inch a man." Loud Lip: People who like history coursesl "Rod" was ig6Band '54, '55, '56, Sphinx Black, Donna Elizabeth' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Black: "She could dance more skillfully than an honest woman need." Loud Lip: That 4 o'clock schedule and fifth period. "Donna" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Librarian '56. Bla ckstone, Shirley Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blackstone: "Nothing endures but personal qual- ities." Loud Lip: People who call me "Blackie." "Shirt-tail" was in College Club '55, '56, Cheer Leader '54, '55, '56, Room Agent '54, Library Assistant '54, '55, '56, Spanish Club '55, '56, Secretary '55, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Y- Teens '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56, Business Staff, Associate Manager, '56, Patron Staff '56. Blakeley, Robert Douglas Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Del Blakeley: "The man that eats till he is sick must fast till he is well." Loud Lip: Teachers that say "l didn't have time to grade your papers." "Blake" was in Contemporary History Club '54, '55, '56, Distrib- utive Education '56, Vice President '56, Intramural Basketball '54. Bodoh, Marilyn Virginia Boyce, David Edward Daughter of Mrs. Margaret Waller: "Mind cannot fol- low it, nor words express her infinite sweetness." Loud Lip: Mom told me lots of things but nev- er about slumber parties. lHi, ganglj "Marilee" was in Annual Staff -'56, Busi- ness Staff '56, 'Chorus '54, '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, Hon- or Society '56. Bodoh, William Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bodoh: "Ahl Happy Yearsl Once more who would not be a boy!" Loud Lip: Par- ties down by the "creek" and those that don't like Glen Miller. "Gomar" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Manager '56, College Club '56, Contemporary History Club '56, Thespians '56, Spanish Club '56, Science Club '56, Treasurer '56. Boell, Marcia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold ' Boell: -"Laugh and live,.then. learn.".,Loud Lip: Three -little coaches and those 'wonderful "training rules" iHi, Dont "Mac" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Chorus '54, College Club '55, Business Staff '56, Y- Teens '54, '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basket- ball '55, '56, Girls' Volley- balll '54, '55, '56. Bowell, Sherilyn Rose Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Bowell: "A sight to m-ake 'an old man young." Loud Lip: Boys who go to different schools. iHi, Dennyj "Sherrie" was in Business Staff '56, Col- IegegClub '55, '56, Con- temporary History Club '55, '56, German Club '56, Sgpghinx '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, Bowman, Dean Worth Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bowman: "Quietness is best." Loud Lip: Hey, Dick, did you do your Spanish? ' "Trapper" ' was in lntra- mural Basketball '54, Span- ish Club '56. Bowman, Richard Allen Son- of Mr. and 'Mrsi Max Bowman: "A table-talker rich in sense, and witty without pretense." Loud Lip: "Hey, Ed, where's your paper?" "Birdy" was in Reserve Basketball '54, 'Re- serve Football '54, Speed- ball '55, '56, Varsity Base- Zagl '55, '56, Spanish Club Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Boyce: "Slow and st:-ady wins the race." Loud Llp: Puppets who pull their own strings! "Moses" was in Annual Staff '55, '56, Ed- itor of Reveille Review '56, College Club '55, '56, Con- temporary History Club '55, '56, Visual Service Club '56, Science Club '54, '55, '56, Secretary '55, Hon- or Society '56, Vice Pres- ldent. Bradshaw, Thomas Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bradshaw: "l see no obiec- tion to stoutness in moder- ation." Loud Lip: Home- work! Tom was in Distrib- utive Education '56. Bringardnler, Claudia lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bringardner: "When love's well tim'd, 'T'is not a fault to love." Loud Lip: People who have the ter- rible habit of breaking their leg! lHi, Toml "Claud" was in Business Staff '56, Chorus '54, '55, Y-Teens '55, '56. Brookhart, Gary King Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brookhart: "Who so would be a man must be a non- cotnformist.",Loud Lip: Los- ing-periodllll! "Sunbeam" was in Contemporary His- tory Club '55, '56, La Ren- aissance '55, '56, Radio '54, '55, '56, Vice President '55, Program Director '56, Sphinx '56, Student Council '54, '55, '56, Vice President '56, Thespians '54, '55, '56, Debate '54, '55, '56, Na- tional Forensic League '55, '56. Brookover, .Beverly Lou Daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Lawrence Brookover: "The knowledge of words is the gate of scholarship." Loud Lip: Most people's calen- dars run out at the end of the year but my Calendar never runs out on me. iHi, Bobl "Big Bev" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Business Staff '56, College Club '55, '56, Contest Speaking '54, German Club '56, President '56, Latin Club '55, Vice President '55, Room Agent '56, Girls' Baseball '54, Girls' Basketball '55, Patron Staff '56, Student Council '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56,r-'Treasurer "'55, Honor Society '56. A arawn, Diana Mao - Daughter df..Mr. and Mrs. .l-+. T. Brown: "My heart has reasons of which reason has no knowledge." Loud Lip: People who call me Peaches, Porkchop, and Red. "Dee" was ln Chorus '54, '55. Brown, Girard Sidney Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Brown: "False is the life that breeds errors in the brain." Loud Lip: People who drive slowly. lHi, Donl "Jerry." Brown, Rose Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brown: "When words are scarce, they're seldom spent in vain." Loud Lip: Oh, those blonde-headed Irishman. lHi, Pail "Rosy" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Brutchey, Judith Isa belle Daughter of Mr. Alfred Brutchey and the late Flor- ence Brutchey: "Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can wear." Loud Lip: No men, no mori- ey, no troubles! "Jude" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Span- ish Club '56: Y-Teens '55. Bryant, Dotty Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bryant: "A good friend never offends." Loud Lip: People who make fun of my speech lMary Ann School Busj "Dot" was in Chorus '56, Home Econom- ics '56. Burrell, James Harvey Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nard Koly: "l was one of the tempted, and not one of the strong." Loud Lip: Girls who bite. lHi, Carolll "Mouse" was in Cross Country '54, '55, '56: Hi-Y '54: Track '54, '55, '56: Spanish Club '56. Caldwell, Janice Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Caldwell: "A spirit su- perior to every weapon." Loud Lip: People who won't offer you a ride on those cold mornings. ".lan" was in Business Staff '56: Chorus '54: Patron Staff '56: Sphinx '56. Cameron, Robert Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Cameron: "Of truths of science waiting to be caught." Loud Lip: Wom- en drivers. "Bob" was in College Club '56: Science Club '54, '55, '56, Campolo, John Santo Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Campolo: "Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's sake." Loud Lip: Judy B. "Hap- pyti Carter, Mary Catherine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Carter: "Her bright smile haunts me still." Loud Lip: People who say "Petty things aren't important." "Molly" was in Chorus '54, '55: Col- lege Club '55, '56: Future Teachers '56: Music Appre- ciation '54: Room Agent '54: Y-Teens '54, '55, '56: Honor Society '56, Thes- pians '56. Carver, A John Allen Son of Mrs. Mariorie Unter- naher: "Be careless in dress if you must keep a tidy soul." Loud Lip: Red hair. "Jonathan" was in Sphinx '56, Cash, Richard Lew Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cash: "A sound mind in a manly body." Loud Lip: Training rules! "Tank" was Class Officer, secretary '54, College Club '56, Key Club '55: "N" Club '56: Re- serve Basketball '54: Speed- ball '54, '55, Varsity Bas- ketball '55, '56y Varsity Football '56: Varsity Base- ball '54, '55, '56. Church, Deanna Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Church: "A little with quiet is the best diet." Loud Lip: Red and white Chevies are too conspicuous. CHI Tomi "Dee" was in Girls' Baseball '56: Room Agent '54: Sales Organization '56: Y-Teens '54, 55, '56. Church, Patti Annatto Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Church: "Personality is to a girl what perfume is to a flower." Loud Lip: 'Tis better to have loved a short fellow than never to have loved a'tall. "Clink" was in Chorus '54: Room Agent '55: Student Council '55, '56: Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, President '56: Honor Society '56. Claggett, Martha Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Claggett: "For there is no friend like a sister in calm or stormy weather." Loud Lip: Those short but wonderful furloughs. iHi, Johnj "Marty" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56: Dis- trubutive Education '56. Claggett, Mary Alice Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Claggett: "A sister to cheer one on a tedious way." Loud Lip: The time between now and June. iHi Dickl "Dimples" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56: Dis- tributive Education '56. Clark, Nancy Jana Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Clark: "She is as quiet as a lamb." Loud Lip: Pet Peeves. "Nan" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56. C line, Duane Karr Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Cline: "A youth with an age of ease." Loud Lip: Hate to get up in the morn- ing. "Bud." Cline, larry Jos Son of Mr. Clarence E. Cl ine: "Such strength as a man has, he should use." Loud Lip: Opposite sex. "Swab." Cochran, Daniel Brownlee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal R. Cochran: "He blushesg all is well." Loud Lip: Women drivers. "Dan" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Col- lege Club '56: Room Agent '55: Science Club '55: Latin Club '54, Cochran, Richard Willis Son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis C. Cochran: "l would talk: Lord, how l would talk," Loud Lip: People who don't loan me a cigarette. Huh, Ed and Mack? "Nick" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Presi- dent '56: Hi-C '54: College Club '56. Cochran, Thomas Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cochran: "Taste is the lit- erary conscience of the souI." Loud Lip: Continual trouble with Carbon monox- ide - breathing contraptions. "Rat" was in Annual Staff '55, '56: College Club '56: Cross Country '56: Journal- ism Staff '55, '56: Key Club '56: Science Club '56y Speedball '55: Track '54, '55. Colangolo, Donald Nicholas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Colangeloa "As he thinketh in his heart, so is he." Loud Lip: People who drive recklessly. lHi, Jerryj "Don." Cooper, Barbara .luno Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cooper: "ln quietness and confidence shall be her strength. Loud Lip: People who call me a dizzy blond. "Barbie" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Business Staff '56: College Club '56: Science Club '56: Latin Club '55: Honor Society '56. Cooper, Larry Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Cooper: "Men live better on little." Loud Lip: Wom- en drivers. "Larry" was in Intramural Basketball '54: Visual Service Club '56, Corby, Joseph Roy Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Corby: "Slow and easy but he gets there iust the same." Loud Lip: Darn those contriving, transient, amorous calamitous, ma- ternal wivesl "Rat" was in College Club '55, '56, Con- temporary History Club '55, '56, Key Club '55, '56, Vice President '56, Reserve Foot- ball '54, Room Agent '56, Science Club '55, '56, Var- sity Football '55, Spanish Club '55, President '55. Coutellier, Charles Lucien Son of Mrs. Faye Coutel- lier: "A man may be an artist though he has not his tools about him." Loud Lip: Noisy girls, B.A.Ml "Chuck" was in Hi-Y '54, '55, '56, President '55, Speedball '54, '55, Visual Service Club '54, '55, '56, President '56. Crane, larry Edsel Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Crane: "Curiosity is little more than another name for ho e." Loud Li . Seven p U 9' years with the wrong wo- man. "Eck." Crego, Constance Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crego: A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find." Loud Lip: People who think l'm slow about everything. "Connie" was in Band '54, '55, Thes- pians 54, '55, '56, Treas- urer '55. Culp, George Robert Son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Culp: "Never trouble trouble 'til it troubles you." Loud Lip: To ease up and get serious. "Bob" was in Hi-Y '56, Intramural Bas- ketball '54, Reserve Foot- ball '54, '55, Sphinx '56, Varsity Baseball '54, Con- temporary History '56. Danford, Roberta Lee Daughter of Mrs. Mary A. Danford and the late Arla A. Danford: "As innocent as a Child unborn." Loud Lip: Bashful people who are allergic to hints. "Ber- " was in Business Staff , Chorus '55, '56, Col- Club '55, '56, Basketball lege Club '56, Library As- sistant '54, '56, Spanish '56, Softball '56. tee '56 Davis, Donald Howard Son of Mrs. Mary Davis: "lt is the wise head that makes the still tongue." Loud Lip: Jumping rope. "Don" was in Reserve Bas- ketball '54, Speedball '54, '55 Davis, Rose Delores Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Davis: "Silence is golden." Loud Lip: Reciting in Mr. Dickerson's civics class. "Rosie" was in Chor- us '54, Room Agent '54, Deming, Marcia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Deming: "She is always laughing, for she has an infinite deal of wit." Loud Lip: People who make fun of my Utopia. "Marsh" was in Business Staff '56, College Club '55, '56, Y- Teens '54, '55, '56, Latin Club '55, Spanish Club '55 '56, Treasurer '55, Honor Society '56. DeMooy, Robert Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam DeMooy: "He had two faults, or maybe three." Loud Lip: Let me take a "Gander." "Bob" was in Hi-Y '55, '56, Secretary '56, Key Club '54, Reserve Bas- ketball '54, Speedball '54, '55, '56 Track '54, '55, Var- sity Basketball '55, '56. DeVito, Frederick James Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeVito: "Discreet men have neither eyes nor ears." Loud Lip: Plymouth cars! "Dei- go-H Dick, Herschel Darrell Son of Mrs. and Mrs. Herschel A. Dick: "The wonderful gift of 'famili- arity." Loud Lip: People who call me "Herschel" and ask me how tall l am. The miles between here and Connecticut. "Hersh" was in Band '54, '55, '56, College Club '55, '56, President '56, Contem- porary History Club '55, '56, Hi-C Club '54, '56, Hi- Y '56, La Renaissance '55, '56, Radio '55, Room Agent '55, '56, Honor Society '56, Band Council '55, '56, Vice President '56. Dilts, Ted Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt Dilts: "There was a laugh- ing devil in his smile." Loud Lip: I survived Fatty's Gym class. "Dork" was in Speedball '55, Varsity Base- lgagl '55, '56: French Club Donaghue, Carolyn Joyce Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Donaghue: "Sound is more than sense." Loud Lip: People who call me "Red." "Carolyn" was in Chorus '54, '55: Hi-C '54, '55, '56, President '56: Honor Society '56. Drozdowski, Stanley Michael Son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Drozdcwski: "A true friend is forever a friend." Loud Lip: People who call me "Mr. Smith." "Stan" was in College Club '56, Vice President 56: Key Club '56g Science Club '56g Track '56: Honor Society '56, At De La Salle Collegiate High School, Detroit, Mich.: Intramural Basketball '54, Track '55p Cross Country '55: National Honor Society '54, '55, Letter Club '55. Duckett, Nanotte Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Duckett: "Time and I are the two mightiest monarchs." Loud Lip: Cry- ing babies or children run- ning around in the movies. "Nan" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56: Librarian '56, Dis- tributive Education '56, Sales Committee '56. Duff, Janet Mae Daughter of Mrs. Forrest E. Duff: "The one thing that she dislikes is sad- ness." Loud Lip: People who call me "Duff." "Blackberry" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basket- ball '54, '55, '56: Girls Vol- leyball '54, '55, '56, Duffee, William Homer Son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Duffee: "All we know of him is good." Loud Lip: People who talk too fastl "Noisy" was a Class Of- ficer, Vice President '55, Reserve Basketball '54, Stu- dent Council '55: "N" Club '56g Varsity Football '54, '55, '56. Dumm, Joseph Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dumm: "Make battery to our ears with the loud music." Loud Lip: Grade Cards! "Leo" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Dunaway, Donald Wayland Son of Mr. and Mfrs. Walter Broseus: "He hath more manners than he ought." Loud Lip: Pople that quit school. "Don" was in Hi-Y '55. Dupree, Charles Richard Son of Mrs. Katie Dupree: "My sin is not accidental but a trade." Loud Lip: Mr. Hale talking about this old building. "Chuck" was in Chorus '54, '55: Intramural Basketball '54: Speedball '54 Eagle, Lois Frances Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruger: "She said enough, enough said." Loud Lip: People who call me Frances. "Lois" was in Chorus '54, '55. Ellis, Rosemary Faye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis: "Quietness is best." Loud Lip: People who call me "Red." "Duke" was in Chorus '54, Evans, Mollie Anne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Evans: "Patient wo' men win a boy." Loud Lip: Oh, those Air Force Bluesl "Mollie" was in College Club '55, '56: Cheer Leader '54, '55, '56: German Club '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '54, '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volley- ball '54, '55, '56: Thespians '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56. Evans, Robert Daniel, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Evans: "lt's nice to meet a man with a future, but I like women with a past." Loud Lip: Broken Bones. "Ace" was in Golf '54, '55, '56: "N" Club '56: Reserve Football '54, Speedball '55: Student Council '55, Varsity Football '56. Farmer, Shirley lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Farmer: "A soul that pity touched, but never shook." Loud Lip: Those short leaves the Air Force gives! "Shirl" was in Dis- tributive Education '56, Sec- retary '56: Girls' Basketball 56: Girls' Baseball '56. Farquhar, Marsha lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Farquhar: "lt's nice to be natural if you're nat- urally nice." Loud Lip: I iust I o v e birds, especially "Dickey" birds. "Marsh" was in Y-Teens '54, '55, '56y Business Staff '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56: Girls' Volleyball '55: Girls' Base- gagl '54, '56: Patron Staff Fee, Betty Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fee: "lt's good to be merry and wise." Loud Lip: People who eat French fried onions at slumber parties fHi, gangj. "Fee-Fee" was in Chorus '54: Room Agent '54: Business Staff '56: Girls' Basketball '56, Y-Teens '56. Fike, Rosetta Naomi Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chista Fike: "As I am, so I see". Loud Lip: People who call me "Red". "Naomi" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '54, '56: Girls' Volleyball '54, '55. Finney, Connie Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston G. Finney: "There is a woman at the beginning ot all." Loud Lip: I would rather Tottienl around with a BILL than a check. "Pud" was in Business Staff '56: Y-Teens '55, '56, Honor So- ciety '56. - Fitzgibbon, William Michael Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fitzgibbon: "I pity bashful men." Loud Lip: Outfielders line up on the leftfield line. "Mike" was in Speedball '56, Sphinx '56, Varsity Baseball '54, '55, '56. Flannigan linda Ann Daughter of Mr. Charles Flannigan: "Women posses- sed with an idea cannot be reasoned with." Loud Lip: People who run down al- leys. "Blackberry" was in Business Staff '56: Girls' Baseball '54: Girls' Basket- ball '55: Girls' Volleyball '55: Library Assistants '54: Patron Staff '56: Radio '54: Y-Teens '54, '55, '56. Foregrave, David Sidney Son of Mrs. Mae Foregrave: "l'd rather have a fool to make me happy, than an experience to make me sad." Loud Lip: Drive-ln. "Pork" was in Football '54, '55: Sphinx '56. Foster, Herman Harley Son of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Foster: "Man is only truly great when he acts from passion." Loud Lip: Coman- che hunting with Acock. "Hank" was in Reserve Foot- ball '5-1: Reserve Basketball '55: Speedball '56: "N" Club '56: Varsity Basketball '55, '56, Varsity Football '56: Varsity Baseball '54, '55, '56, Francis, Richard Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Francis: "A man with voice is a mighty power." Loud Lip: The things I didn't dol Yet! "Bevo" was in College Club '56: Cross Country '55, '56, Intramural Basketball '54: Key Club '54, '55, '56: Speedball '5-1: Track '56. Franks, Richard Earl Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Franks: "Success to the strongest." Loud Lip: Things I did, but wish l didn'tl "Dick" was in Key Club '55, '56 Fulk, Joyce Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fulk: "Oh, what a heaven is love!" Loud Lip: People who try to play Cupid. lHi, gangj. "Joyce" was in Business Staff '55, '56, College Club '55, '56, German Club '56, Girls' Baseball '54, Girls' Basket- ball '55, '56, Girls' Volley- ball '55, '56, Room Agent '56, Sphinx '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Patron Staff '56 Gander, Huldah LaVonne Daughter of Mr. and Mr.s Harry Gander: "Even si- lence may be eloquent in love." Loud Lip: Life iust goes bubbling along. "La- Van" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Garvin, James William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W e a k I e y: "Silence per- su ades when speaking fails." Loud Lip: The way Mr. Kingery laughs. "Jim" was in Sphinx '56. Glaunsinger, Patricia Louisa Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Glaunsinger: "l fly from pleasure, because pleasure ceased to please." Loud Lip: A certain person who owns a '55 Ford and that darn ll:OO curfew lHi, Don, Hi, Momj. "Patty" was in Girls' Volleyball '56. Glover, Ronald Kenneth Son of Mrs, Paul Hayes: "Let them call it mischief, when it is past and pros- pered t'will be a virtue." Loud Lip: Jacksontown so far away. "Ronnie" was in "N" Club '56, Reserve Bas- ketball '54, Reserve Foot- ball '54, Speedball '55, '56, Thespians '54, '55, presi- dent '56, Track '55, '56, Varsity Basketball '55, '56. Goodwin, Jacqueline Lee Daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Lawrence Goodwin: "Today let me live well, none knows what may be to- morrow." Loud Lip: Peo- ple that drive on empty gas tan-'ks lHi,.Janetl. ".lackie" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Chorus '54, '55, '56, Class Officer '55, '56, Sec- retary '55, '56, College Club '55, '56, Future Teach- ers '56, preisdent '56, Ger- man Club '56, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, yggeens '54, vice-president Grady, Ronald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Grady: "The pupil of impulse." Loud Lip: l sur- vived Jim Allen's gym class. "Gravy." Granclstaff, Douglas lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grandstaff: "Youthful, large, lusty, loving - youth full of grace, force, and fascination." Loud Lip: l'm not SHARON my MOUNT with anyone. "Doug-ums" was in "N" Club '56, Re- serve Basketball '54, Re- serve Football '54, Track '52, '56, Varsity Football '55, Green, Willie Albert Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson: "Live to be the show and gaze o' the time." Loud Lip: People who never know the Eng- lish assignment. "BeBop" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Cross Country '55, Intra- murals '54, Reserve Foot- ball '54, Griffith, Shirley lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Griffith: "A little sweet doth kill bitterness." Loud Lip: Boys who ask for dates on my working night, "Shirley" was in An- nual Staff '56, College Club '56, Future Teachers '56, Journalism Staff '56, Y- Teens '56, Band '56, At Washington C.H. Y-Teens '54, '55, Future Teachers '55, Senior Band '54, '55, National Honor Society '55, Girls' Athletic Association '54, GrigSl1Yr Roger William Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Grigsby: "Silence never be- trays him." Loud Lip: The longest walk-machine shop to 400 at noon. "Rog" was ig5 Sales Organization '54, Groves, William Roger Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Groves: "Out of school life, into Iife's school." Loud Lip: What do you want-a medal? "Pete" was in Re- serve Basketball, manager '54, Speedball '54, '55, '56, Sphinx '56, "N" Club '56, Varsity Basketball, manager '55. Guest, David Jonathon Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Guest: "l am a great friend of amusements." Loud Lip: What I lack in experience, l make up in enthusiasm. "69" was in Band '54, Contemporary History Club '55, '56, sec- retary-treasurer '55, v i c e- president '56, Distributive Education '56, president '56,, Intramural Basketball '54, Student Council '56, treasurer '56, vice-president of Central and Southern Region of Distributive Ed- ucation '56, president of State D. E. Club '56, Hon- or Society '56. Gull, Phillip Kirby Son of Mr, and Mrs. James Gull: "He was so generally civil no one thanked him for it." Loud Lip: The more I learn, the less l know. "Preacher" was in College Club '55, Con- temporary History Club '56, Radio '54, '55, Science Club '54, '55, '56, treasurer '55, Sphinx '56, Thespians '55, '56, treasurer '56, Varsity Baseball '54, Varsity Debate '54, '55, Contest Speaking '56, National Forensic League '55, '56, Sphinx '56. Gutridge, Donna Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gutridge: "Sweet and shy." Loud Lip: Those important people who live thousands of miles away in good old Michigan lHi, Caroll. "Donnie" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Home Economics '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball 56. Haas, George Marshall Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haas: "As having nothing, and yet possessing all things." Loud Lip: Money, no car, no women, no troubles. lHey, Edl How's Connie?i "George" was in Sphinx '56. Haga, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Haga: "Purity 'is the feminine." Loud Lip: Teachers who think I'm quiet. "Judy" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Business Staff '56, College Club '56, Home Economics '54. Hamilton, Mariorie Suzanne Daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Robert P. Hamilton: "Love God, and He will dwell with you." Loud Lip: Peo- ple who say I never give up. "Susie" was in Hi-C Club '54, '55, '56, treasure er '55. - Hansferd, Cermelle lose Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Berdine: "A girl with an eye for the future." Loud Lip: Check that, would youl "Carmel" was in Girls' Volleyball '55, Library As- sistants '56. Harlow, John Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harlow: "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die." Loud Lip: For every rose there's a thorn. "Jake" was in Reserve Football '54, R e s e r v e Basketball '54, Track '54, '55, '56, Varsity Basketball '55, Sphinx '56, Class Officer '56, vice-presi- dent '56. Hartman, Thomas Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hartman: "l live but for myself." Loud Lip: People who don't appreciate my "Merc." "Tom" was in Hi- Y '56, Science Club '56. Helms, Keith Forrest Son of Mr. and Mrs. For- rest E. Helms: "Who can say what I will become." Loud Lip: Interrupted Hi-Y meetings. "Skip" was in Hi-Y '55, '56, Visual Serv- ice '56. Holeton, Cla udie Ann Daughter of Mrs. Sarah Holeton: "What is lovely never dies but passes on to other Iovelinessf' Loud Lip: Trying to get to Miami to see "Trip." "Claud" was in College Club '55, '56, Ger- man Club '55, '56, Radio Club '55, Sphinx '56, Thes- pians '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Cheerleader '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Hood, Richard Drew Son of Mrs. John E. Gist: "Everyone to his own taste." Loud Lip: These yokels that call me "Dickie Drew." "Dick" Hoskinson, Floyd Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mau- rice Hoskinson: "I like work, it fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours." Loud Lip: Too strict teachers. "Floyd'-' was in Chorus '54, '55, '56. House, 'Connie Loretto Daughter of Mrs. Cleo House and the late J. Paul House: "Shy, but we like her that way." Loud Lip: Boys are O.K. "Connie" was in Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Sphinx '56, Y-Teens '56, Spanish Club '55, '56. Huber, Norman Andrew . Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Huber: "lt matters no how long we live, but how." Loud Lip: Women drivers. "Norm" was in College Club '56, Key Club '54, '55, '56, Science Club '54, '55, '56. ' .' ii Q . Huddy, James Frank Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huddy: "How wonderful to be a celebrity of good na- ture." Loud Lip: SPANISH teachers, in general. "Hud" was in Spanish Club '56, Hi-Y '56. Hughes, Carolyn Ann . Daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. George W. Hughes: "We'lI enioy ourselves while we may." Loud Lip: Black curly hair and convincing' blue eyes. iHi, Jimi. lHi, gangl. "Carolyn" was in Business Staff '56, Room Agent '54, Home Economics Club '55, '56, Retail Selling '56. Hughes, Richard Arlen Son of Mrs. P. R. Goode: "Mirth 'and fun "grow fast and furious." Loud Lip: Re- member the party.at C.C.'s lHi, Bobj. "Rick" was in Speedball '54, Sphinx '56, Visual Service '54, '55, '56, HSEY '55, '56, vice-president Hughes, Rosalie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hughes: "That old miracle, love at first sight, needs no explana- tions." Loud Lip: Waiting for that one big title, "Mrs." iHi, Bobi. "Rosie" was in Business Staff '55, '56, Chorus '54, Girls' Bas- ketball '54, '56, Patron Staff '55, Y-Teens '54, '56. Hulcill, Hester Elizabeth Daughter of the late Mr. W. H. Hukill and the late Mrs. Ethel Hukill: "Oh, silly woman, full of innocence." Loud Lip: Crying-Hoping- Waiting-and Praying. Boys that ioin the Navy lHi, Lar- ryi. "Speedy" was in Chor- us '54, Girls' Baseball '54, Girls' Basketball '54, Room Agent '54, Sales Organiza- tan '54, '55, '56, Y-Teens Hull, James Raymond Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Hull: "There is a wolf in Iamb's skin." Loud Lip: Spanish teachers who can't speak English. "Jim" was in Reserve Basketball '54, S5l'2eedbaIl '54, Spanish Club Hunlcins, Edward lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy and Lela Fern: "The deed I intend is great, but what as yet l know not." Loud Lip: Cars that won't start. Eid" was in College Club Huston, Richard Paul Son of M-r. and Mrs. Clarence E. Huston: "A member of the band." Loud Lip: Born to lose, even if you win. "Tex" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Hyre, Nancy Carol Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyre: 'How goodness heightens beautyl" Loud Lip: People who say I can't smile. "Nancy" was in Chorus '54, '55, Hi-C Club '56 Inscho, Sondra lea Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur K. lnscho: "God save us from all girls who are angels." Loud Lip: l'll soon be a "Knerr" vows girls. "Sandy" was in An- nual Staff '55, Business Staff '55, '56, Girls' Base' ball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, Journalism Staff '54, Room Agent '54, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Spanish Club '55, '56, Patron Staff '56. Jakeway, Leland Francis Son of Mr. Dalton Jakeway: "The world may go on without me, but l doubt it." Loud Lip: A girl who kisses with her eyes shut. "Sonny" was in All-Coun- ty Chorus '55, '56, All-State Chorus '56, Journalism '55, '56, School Chorus '54, '55, '56 at Johnstown. Johnson, Paul Frederick Son of Mrs. Arvella Hill: "Rest is for the dead." Loud Lip: Staying out of Zanesville during track sea- son. "Sick" was in Cross Country '55, '56, Intramural Basketball '54, Speedball '54, Track '54, '55, '56. Johnson, Thomas Richard Son of Mrs. lsabell Mc- Ginnis: "Obsurity keeps men in peace." Loud Lip: People who always com- plain. lHi, Barbl. "Tom" was in Science Club '56. Johnson, William Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. James B, Johnson: "Secret and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster." Loud Lip: Girls with boys' haircuts. CHI, Jol. "Bill" Jones, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Jones: "Her ways are ways of pleasant- ness." Loud Lip: l'm not going to tarry any longer, it's Freddie for me." "Car- ol" was in Sphinx '56, Y- Teens '54, '55, '56, presi- dent '54, president '55, sec- retary '56. Jones, Edgar Howard Son of Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Jones: "A nice man is a man of not very nice ideas." Loud Lip: Oh, those wild horses! "Eddie" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Jones, Ronald Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Jones: "l eat well, drink well, sleep well, but that's all, brother, that's all." Loud Lip: Mr. Hale. "Ron" Keck, Roger Barton Son of Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Keck: "The rich advantage of good excuse." Loud Lip: "Red Tape." "Olds 88" was in College Club '56, Visual Service Club '55, '56. Keeran, Mary lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Keeran: "Never a harsh word." Loud Lip: People who chew gum and don't give me any. lHi, Dorisl. "Lulu" was in Band '54, '55. ' Keim, Hummel Gerald Son of Mr. and Mrs, Hum- mel Keim: "Life and love are all a dream." Loud Lip: Blondes, brunettes, r e d - heads, and sophomore girls. iHi, gangl- Kiger, Saudra Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anda Kiger: "Words are the physicians of a mind diseased." Loud Lip: The little blue Ford that always seems to be parked the wrong way at the wrong time. "Sandy" was in Busi- ness Staff '56, Girls' Bas- ketball '56, Girls' Volley- ball '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56. ,, Kinser, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess H. Kinser: "A woman who is loved always has success." Loud Lip: Ohllll That four to midnight shift at Kaiser. lHi, Billj. "Carrot Top" was in Home Eco- nomic '55. Koehler, Charles Herbert Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Her- bert Koehler: "A fool may talk, but a wise man never speaks." Loud Lip: Mon- day morning patriots and ear-piercing music and puns and martyrs. "Fritz" was in College Club '56, Con- temporary History Club '54, '55, '56, president '55, Ra- dio Club '54, '55, Science Club '54, '55, '56, Thes- pians '56, Debate '54, '55, '56, National Forensic League '55, '56, Honor So- ciety '56. Kramer, JoAnn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Kramer: "A good heart is better than gold." Loud Lip: People who call me "Agie." "Blackberry" was in An- nual Staff '55, College Club '56, Future Teachers '56, secretary '56, Girls' Baseball '54, '55, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, Patron Staff '56, Room Agent '55, '56, Thes- pians '56, Spanish Club '55, '56, Debate '54, Dramatics Club '56. Krebs, George Alfred Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Krebs: "Man was formed for society." Loud Lip: Lec- turers. "Jerry" was in Chorus '54, College Club '56, Key Club '56, Room Agent '54, Track '55. Kreider, Gary Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Kreider: "lf l chance to talk a little wild, forgive me, I had it from my father." Loud Lip: Red Tape and Ggy Class. "Rick" and straight 6." was in Contemporary History Club '54, '55, '56, president '56, Science Club '54, '55, Sphinx '56, Varsity De- bate '55, '56, National For- ensic League '55, '56, Hon- or Society '56. lake, Janice Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lake: "Lo v e, while you are able to love." Loud Lip: l don't want any change, I iust want one BILL. "Jan" was igs Chorus '54, Y-Teens '54, Lane, Allen Jay Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lane: "His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports or contest bold." Loud Lip: Cars with "Pat"- tra-matic drive. 'Al" was in "N" Club '55, Reserve Football '54, Varsity Foot- ball '55, '56. Lane, Arlene Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lane: 'Begone, dull care, l'm busy." Loud Lip: Sleeping all day Sunday after those Saturday night slumber parties lHi, gangl. "Weany" was in Business Staff '55, '56, Chorus '54, '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Patron Staff '56, Senior Play. Layman, Carolyn Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Layman: "A smile is but a whisper of a laugh." Loud Lip: New speeches. "Kathy" was in College Club '54, '55, '56, Contest Speaking '56, Music Appre- ciation '54, Radio '54, '55, Thespians '56, Debate '54, Y-Teens '55, Spanish Club '56, Hi-C Club '54, '55, vice--president '55, Honor Society '56, Dramatics Club '56, National Forensic League '56. Lescody, Margie Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lescody: "Flower o' the rose, if l've been mer- ry , what matters who knows." Loud Lip: "People who sleep with one eye open. lHi, Torn, Jackie and Tomi. "Marge was in Chor- us '54, '55 Y-Teens '56. Leslie, Naomi Elaine Daughter of Mrs. Iva Les- lie: "Good nature is of daily use." Loud Lip: Peo- ple who work on Saturday nights. "Nomie" Lusk, Margaret Ann Daughter of Mrs. Marie Lusk and the late Mr. Charles Lusk: "Her friends are many, her foes, are there any?" Loud Lip: A certain male blond, lHi, Ed-itorl "Peg" was in Chorus '55, '56, Col- lege Club '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '54, Girls' Basket- ball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '54, '55, '56, Sphinx '56, Thespians '56, Debate '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, vice president '55, treasur- er '56, Spanish Club '55, vice president '55, Senior Play '56, Festival Play '56, "Time Out for Ginger." Lusk, Margery Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Lusk: "Be merry, if you are wise." Loud Lip: Say what you mean and mean what you say. "Blondie" was in Girls' Bas- ketball '55, '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56, Y-Teens '56, Senior Play '56. McCament, Edward Alvin Son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McCament: "Conceit is the finest armor a man can wear." Loud Lip: There's no heat in this car, Dannyl "Ed" was in Annual Staff '55, '56, Editor '56, Class Officer, President '56, Span- ish Club '55, '56, lntramur- al Basketball '54, Key Club '55, '56, Reserve Basketball manager '54, Room Agent '54, Speedball '54, '55, '56, Sphinx '56, Varsity Baseball '54, '55, '56. McConnell, Paul Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McConnell: "He possesses a winning way." Loud Lip: My Ford. "Dick" was in Golf '54, Hi-Y '56, Intramural Basketball '54, Room Agent '56, Speedball '55, Sphinx '56, Varsity Baseball '55, Varsity Football manager '54, Spanish Club '55, '56, President '56. McDonald, Ronald Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto McDonald: "l would study to live, not live to study." Loup Lip: School. "Punchy" was in Chorus '54, '55, Track Varsity Football '54, McHenry, Jack Edwin Son of Mr. and Mrs. l. W. Hay: "Each man for him- self and the devil for every man." Loud Lip: Band prac- tices. "Mac" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Thespians '56. McKiernan, David Phillip Son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis V. Brumage: "Be good if you can." Loud Lip: English teachers. "Dave" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Hi-C '56, Intramural Basketball Basketball '54, Honor Socie- ty '56. McMannis, Stanley Owen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McMannis: "Boys will be men one day." Loud Lip: My Little Margie! "Stanley" was in Intramural Basketball '54, Speedball '55. McRee, James Lynn Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McRee: "Don't look at me, girls. l'm bashful." Loud Lip: Showing draft cards at Blamer's. "Jim" was in Reserve Football '54, Re- serve Basketball '54, at Delaplaine, Arkansas, Varsity Basketball '55, Varsity Base- ball '55. McVey, Donald Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad M c V e y: "Model A's, coaches and "things" stand- ing in the halls. lHi, Mar- cia.l "Mac" was in "N" Club '56, Reserve Basketball '54, Reserve Football '54, Track '54, '55, '56, Varsity Football '55, '56. McVicker, Phyllis Marlene Daughter of Mrs. Lester Johnson: "Her mind is not always with us." Loud Lip: Remember those great times after church iHi, Barbl? "Phil" was in Chorus '55. Macklin, Ann Daughter of Mrs. Harold Macklin: "A friendly heart wins in many ways." Loud Lip: Boys! "Ann." Maddux, Loretta Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carson W. Mladdux: "She can smile when everything goes wrong." Loud Lip: Chryslers that stall lHi, Jean, how about some dill pickles and fudge? "How's Casper Capers?J "Loretta." Markle, Sharon Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Markle: "Who dreamed that beauty passes like a dream." Loud Lip: Oh! Those late hours on Friday night and getting up at 6:00 A. M. Saturday morning. "Sherry" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls Volley- ball '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Mariorette '55, '56, Softball '56. Marquis, June Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marquis: "Natural abil- ities are like plants that need pruning by study." Loud Lip: Waiting for the day I say "l do" lHi, Son- nyl. "June" was in Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volley- ball '56. Martin, Mary Margaret Daughter of Mrs. Rose Mar- tin: "Life is what we make it." Loud Lip: Oh! Those Sunday afternoons lHi, Bobl. "Wimp" was in Band '54, '55, Honor Society '56. Martin, Nancy Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Martin: "A worn- an's heart, like the moon, is always changing, but there is always a man in it." Loud Lip: l'd rather be a "Weaver" than a secre- tary any day. "Nancy" was a Room Agent '54, Y-Teens '55, '56. Martin, Patricia Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Martin: "A good laugh is sunshine in every house." Loud Lip: "Oh, what tragic lives we livel But it's iust one of those things. lHi, Karla, Hi, Peg, Hi, Mollyj. "Pat" was in Band '54, '55, Mariorette '54, '55, Science Club '54, S5pShinx '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, Mason, James Ronald Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Mason: "A spoke in the wheel that made the world go round." Loud Lip: Peo- ple who have no respect for motorcycles or their riders. "Ronnie" was in Sphinx '56. Mason, Karla Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mason: "The useful and the beautiful are never separated." Loud Lip: Train- ing rules, homework, and people who spell my name with a C. "Karla" was in Business Staff '56, College Club '55, '56, German Club '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Patron Staff '56, Radio '55, Room Agent '56, Thes- pians '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Masteller, Richard Wesley Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Masteller: "Man of few words." Loud Lip: Trying to sell my '35 Plymouth. Zglfgickn was in Science Club Mayhew, Richard Eugene Son of Mir. and Mrs. C. H. Mayhew: "They can be meek that have no other cause." Loud Lip: French class in a closet. "Mace" was in Chor- us '54, '55, '56, Contempor- ary History Club '55, '56, French Club '54, '55, Sci- ence Club '55, '56. Melton, Robert Charles Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Melton: "Don't let his inno- cent look deceive you." Loud Lip: You crazy mixed- up kid lHi, Jackl. "Bob" was in Distributive Educa- tion '56, Room Agent '55. Miller, Jo Ann Granddaughter of Mrs. May B. Miller: "Life isn't long enough to laugh, love and live." Loud Lip: Economics Class and cow- boys. "JoAnn" was in Chor- us '54, '55, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, Music Appreciation '54, '55, at Union Local, F.H.A. '54. Mohler, Margaret Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mohler: "The hap- piest girls, like the hap- piest nation, have no his- tory." Loud Lip: 5:00 A.M. breakfast at the L 8. K after a slumber party CHE, gangl. "Peg" was in Business Staff '56, Chorus '54, Y-Teens '54, '55, Patron Staff '56, Senior Play. Monnett, Charles Wilson Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monnett: "lf thou dost play against him at any time thou art sure to lose." Loud Lip: Blondes. "Chuck" was in "N" Club '56, Varsity Basketball '55, '56, Varsity Baseball '55, '56, Varsity Football '55, '56, at Hebron School, Class Officer, presi- dent '54, Student Council '54, Varsity Football '54, Varsity Basketball '54, Var- sity Baseball '54. Mooreh ead, Robert Gerding Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Moorehead: "l'll be merry and free, I'll be sad for nobody." Loud Lip: People who call me "Sailor." "Sail- mobob" was in College Club '55, '56, Key Club '56, Sphinx '56. Morehouse, Terry Tim Son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Morehouse: "l never did re- pent for doing good. nor shalt now." Loud Lip: Mrs. Low. "Tim" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, College Club '55, '56, Future Teachers '56, La Renaissance '55, Sphinx '56, Student Council '56, Thespians '55, '56, Latin Club '55, president '55, Le Circle Francais '56, treasur- er '56. Morris, Robert Melvin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- bourne Morris: "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Loud Lip: Fe- male grapevines. "Bob" was in College Club '56, Ger- man Club '56, Key Club '54, '55, '56, treasurer '56, Reserve Football '54, Room Agent '54, '56, Science Club '56. Mosh er, Mariorie Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mosher: "The house goes mad when women gab." Loud Lip: There is a Link between me and get- ting to drive that '55 Ford all the time iHi, Linkl. "Jetty" was in Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '56: Girls Volleyball '56. Mossman, Beverly Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mossman: "As good as gold." Loud Lip: Boys who don't appreciate girls in physics. "Bev" was a Library Assistant '54, '55, '56, president '56, Radio '54, Latin Club '55, secretary '54, Student Council '54, '56, Y- Teens '54, '56, Visual Serv- ice '56, Honor Society '56. Myers, Delcie Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Myers: "Love is a beautiful dream." Loud Lip: People who call me by my nickname out in public. "Toots" was in Business Staff '56, Girls' Baseball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls Volley- ball '54, '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Myers, Marilyn Kay Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Myers: "Character gives splendor to youth and awe to gray hair." Loud Lip: All those mechanical termsl What's a split mani- fold? "Mimi" was in Col- lege Club '55, '56, Latin Club '55, Room Agent '55, Student Council '56, Thes- plans '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, secretary '55, Hon- or Society '56, president '56. Negele, Gary Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Negele: "Fools are wise men in the affairs of wom- en." Loud Lip: Oh, those "48" Plymouths. "Cat Man Negal" was in Intramural Basketball '54. Neighbor, Mary Anne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Neighbor: "Women is the artifice of his own hap- piness." Loud Lip: Tardy bells that ring on time. "M.A.C." was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Distribuutive Education '56, Girls' Base- ball '54, '55, '56, Girls Basketball '54, '55, '56, Ggls' Volleyball '54, '55, '5 Nelson, Roland Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson: "A life of ease is a difficult pursuit." Loud Lip: Little less than five feet, short, dark hair, and her initials are M.A. lsn't that nice, Frank? "Eddie" was a Sphinx '56. Nethers, Mary Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nethers: "One's real life is so often the life that one does not lead." Loud Lip: The long ride on the bus. "Mary Ann" was in glgorus '54, Honor Society Null, Ruth Ann Patterson, David Edwin Daughter of Mrs. Katherine Null: "He is a fool who thinks by force or skill he can curb a woman's will." Loud Lip: People who say things they don't mean. "Randi" was in Business Staff '55, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Patron Staff '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, Dramatic Club '56, Senior Play '56, at Parkersburg High School, Chorus '54, Sports Carnival '54, P.H.S. Review '54. Oder, Robert Lynn Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Oder: "The gift of gaiety may itselt be the greatest good fortune." Loud Lip: Girls that are even dumber than me. "Cueie" was in Golf '54, '55, '56, lntra- mural Basketball '54, Re- serve Basketball '55, Reserve Football '55, manager, Speedball '55, '56, Sphinx '56, Varsity Basketball '56. Offenbaker, William Bruce Son of Mr. and Mrs, Ray T. Offenbaker: "An actor is a sculptor who carves in snow." Loud Lip: That dumb Adam losing his rib. fWomen, bahll. "Offie" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Busi- ness Staff '56, Contemporary History Club '56, Contest Speaking '56, Room Agent '54, Sphinx '56, Thespians '54, '55, '56, vice president '56, Assistant Director of "Beware the Bear." Oliver, Betty .loan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest G. Oliver: "Love is like the measles, we all have to go through it." Loud Lip: Getting stuck on cold winter nights!!! iHi, Ronnie.i "Ollie" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Marior- ette '55, '56, Girls' Basket- ball '54, Honor Society '56, secretary '56. Parrill, John lewis Son of Mr. Lonnie C. Parrill: "l would like to strive in bravery with the bravest than in wealth with the richest." Loud Lip: Oh, those "47" Fords. "Bud" was in Distributive Education '56, treasurer '56, Intramural Bas- ketball '54, Reserve Foot- ball '54, Patton, Sharla Winona Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Patton: "Let us go in and dance once more on dream's glimmering floor." Loud Lip: Those "great" col- lege days ahead. "Susie" was in Chorus '54, College Club '55, '56, 'La Renais- sance '55, '56, president '56, Room Agent '54, Business Staff '56. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Patterson: "The leader of the band." Loud Lip: Jug- gling personalities, time and constitutional amendments. "Dav-id" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Chorus '54, Drum Maior '54, '55, '56, Head Drum Maior '55, '56, Class Officer, president '55, Col- lege Club '55, '56, Hi-C Club '56, Intramural Bas- ketball '54, Key Club '55, '56, Radio '54, '55, '56, Student Council '54, '55, '56, pggsident '56, Honor Society Petrill, Thomas Charles Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrill: "l am growing se- rious, and, let me tell you, that's the next step to being dull." Loud Lip: Staying until four o'clock. "Tom" was in Contemporary His- tory Club '55. Pettit, Ruth Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis V. Pettit: "Better short and sweet than long and lax." Loud Lip: Tall boys. "Shortie" was in Chorus '54, Honor Society '56 Petty, David Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mi. Petty: "Great bashful- ness is often the effect of pride rather than of mod- esty." Loud Lip: 12 o'clock curfew. "Power House" was in College Club '56, Contemporary History Club '56, Golf '54, '55, Hi-Y '56, Debate '54, '55. Phillips, Linda Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Phillips: "Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low." Loud Lip: A certain little Wooden Head that nev- er knows what you tell him. "Linda" was in Busi- ness Staff '56, Girls' Base- ball '55, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Patron Staff '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56. Pine, Julia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Pine: "A merry heart goes all the day." Loud Lip: The air force and those three-day passes. lHi, Johnnyi "Judy" was in Y- Teens '56, at Linden Mc- Kinley, Future Teachers '54, '55, Girls' Basketball '55, Y- Teens '54, '55, Class Presi- dent '55. Piper, Janet Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Piper: "She can be as wise as we, and wiser when she wishes." Loud Lip: Peo- ple who call me "Pip- squeak." Hi, Pal! Anytime. Hi, Jackie! "Little Oscar" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '56, Student Council '56, Hon- or Society '56. Pound, Mary Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Pound: "We yet call a girl that skippeth or leapeth like a boy, a tom- boy." Loud Lip: Being con- fused by confusing people. "Mary Ooch" was in Chorus '54, '55, Class Officer, treas- urer '55, College Club '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '54, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, '56, La Renaissance '55, '56, Radio '54, '55, Student Council '56, Thespians '55, '56, Honor Society '56, treas- urer '56. Price, Virginia Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove: "What man can calculate on, a girl can do." Loud Lip: The long week and short weekends. "Ginny" was in Chorus '54, '55 '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Home Economics '56. Prouty, Richard Ross Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Prouty: "Every man at thirty is a fool or a physician." Loud Lip: To have a person call me "Dicky." "Dick" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Key Club '55, '56, Student Council '54, '56, Latin Club '55, treasurer '55, Honor So- ciety '56. Purks, Jacqueline Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Purks: "lt is no sin to look at a nice girl." Loud Lip: That two hours' drive to Athens lHi, Tomi. "Jackie" was a Cheer Leader '54, '55, '56, Y- Teens '54, '56. Pursley, William Clark Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark: "Few boys are born with talents to excel, but all are capable of living well." Loud Lip: Fast Hen- ry J's. "Bill." Ralston, Trent Haas Son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ralston: "Man is the meas- ure of all things." Loud Lip: None-I love the world. "Trent" was in Visual Serv- ice '55, '56, president '56, Key Club '56, "N" Club '56, Reserve Football manager "54, Varsity Basketball man- ager '55, Varsity Baseball manager '54, '55, '56, Var- Football manager '55, Redman, Verla Darlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Redman: "Beauty is a natural superiority." Loud Lip: Waiting for that spe- cial day after graduation. "Lefty" was in Girls' Base- gagl '56, Girls' Basketball Reed, Carl Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Orley Reed: "Health and cheer- fulness mutually begat each other." Loud Lip: Training rules during the football season. "Bobo" was in "N" Club '56, president '56, Var- sity Football '54, '55, '56. Reichert, James Richard Son of Mr. and Mirs. Leo A. Reichert: "Too good and evil equal bent, he's both a devil and a saint." Loud Lip: Bob's driving. "Dick" was at St. Francis in Glee Club '54, '55, Radio '54, '55, Reserve Basketball '54, Var- sity basketball '54, '55, Rian, Joyce Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Rian: "Her pure and eloquent blood spoke in her cheeks." Loud Lip: Those short tive-minute, tele- phone conversations on a country party line. "Joyce" was in College Club '55, '56, German Club '56, Girls' Baseball '55, Girls Basket- ball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Thespians '56, De- bate '54, Director of "Be- ware the Bear," "Time Out for Ginger," Festival Play '56. Rice, Richard Atwood Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rice: "For better than never is late." Loud Lip: That alarm clock on Monday morning. "Dick" was in College Club '56, Golf '54, '55, '56, Hi-Y '56, Intra- mural Basketball '54, Key lub '54, '55, '56, Honor So- ciety '56. Richards, Donald Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Richards: "His wise, rare smile is sweet with certain- ties." Loud Lip: Girls that don't like motorcycles. "Don" was in Visual Service Club '56, secretary '56, Hi- Y '55, Dramatics Club '56: Sales Organization '55. Richcreek, 'Franklin Merrill Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Richcreek: "Yet still he fills affection's eye." Loud Lip: Eddie talking about M. "Frank" was in Intramural Basketball '54. Richey, Yvonne Marlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Richey: "ln each cheek appears a pretty dim- ple." Loud Lip: A boy who lives on Dayton Road CHL Eddiel. "Dimples" was in Chorus '55, '56, secretary '56: Girls' Basketball '54, '56: Distributive Education '56: Room Agent '54, '56. Riley, Marianne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bern Riley: "She is a gal- lant creature in every mind feature." Loud Lip: You can look at it, you can touch it, iust don't Scarrett. iHi, Jimi "Marianne" was in Y-Teens '55, '56: at Zanesville High School, Junior Red Cross '54, '555 Student Council '55p Room Agent '54, '55: Y- Teens '54, '55: Chorus '54. Ritchey, James Patrick Son of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Richey: "Man's thoughts are much according to their in- clination." Loud Lip: Every- thing, but nothing in gen- eral. "Jim" was in Con- temporary History Club '56: Hi-Y '55, Band '54, '55, '56: Intramural Basketball '54. Robinson, Glenn Eugene Son of Mrs. Lillian Robin- son: "He is great enough that is his own master." Loud Lip: Girls! "Profess." Robinson, Nancy Ellouise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Robinson: "All's cold and gray without it fro- mancejf' Loud Lip: It was a struggle, but the best is yet to come tHi, Mikel. "Nanny" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '56: Girls' Volleyball '54, '56: Spanish Club '55, '56: Sphinx '56. Roof, David Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Roof: "Learning makes the wise wiser, and the fool more foolish." Loud Lip: The Advocate Mailroom. "Slate" was in Visual Service Club '56: Room Agent '54: Sales Organiza- tion '55. Roth, Richard W. Son of Dr. and Mrs. Dale E. Roth: "Like two single gentlemen rolled into one." Loud Lip: People who say "Just for drill." "Doc" was in Key Club '54, '55: "N" Club '56: Reserve Basket- ball '54g Reserve Football '54: Speedball '55 ,'56: Sphinx '56, Track '54, '55. '56: Varsity Basketball '55, '56, Russell, Joyce Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell: "For a good- natured girl is loved best." Loud Lip: People who make false impressions. "Halle- luiah" was in Annual Staff '56: College Club '56: Thes- pians '56: Y-Teens '56: at Western High School in De- troit, Room Agent '54, '55i Girls' Field Hockey '54, '557 News Editor '55: Journalism Staff '54, '55. Schworm, Zona Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Schworm: "Nothing is hard to a willing mind." Loud Lip: People who say "l'm not blond." iHi, Tom- myl. "Zona" was a Room Agent '55: Hi-C '56i HOUOV Society '56. Shannon, Nancy lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Shannon: "Our irish blunders are never blunders of the heart." Loud Lip: People who can't stand my giggle fl-li, Kandy and Kathyl. "Kitty" was in Col- lege Club '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '54, '55 , '56: Girls' Volleyball '55: Radio '55, '56: Sphinx '56, Stu- dent Council '54: Thespians '55, '56: Y-Teens '54: Honor Society '56. Shepard, George David Si Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry George Siegle: "lt is not enough to be good, one must do it the right way." Loud Lip: Chevy lovers. "Shep." egle, Marilyn Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Siegle: "Woman is man's confusion." Loud Lip: After those lcrazyl week- ends I'm all Tucker-ed out. lHi, Gene and Gangl "Shorty" was in Girls' Base- ball '54, '55, Girls' Basket- ball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Simross, Mary Lynn S Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Simross: "Beauty is a delightful preiudice." Loud Lip: Others have given you things to remember, all that l have is a song. "Lynnie" was in Business Staff '56, Chorus '54, '55, '56, Class Officer, treasurer '54, Col- lege Club '55, '56, German Club '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volley- ball '54, '55, '56, Patron Staff '56, Radio '54, '55, '56, Room Agent '55, Sphinx '56, Student Council '55, '56, Thespians '55, '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56, vice president '56, Honor Society '56. kees, Mary Evelyn Daughter of Mr. Lloyd J. Skees: "A modest manner becomes a maid." Loud Lip: That worn out "48" Pon- tiac lHi, Lorettal. "Mary" was in Chorus '54. Slebodnik, Michael Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Slebodnik: "No civilized person ever goes to bed the same day he gets up." Loud Lip: The agony from 8:30 to 4:00. "Mike." Smaiies, Donald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Smailes: "Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows." Loud Lip: Long written assignments. "Don" was in College Club '55, Key Club '54, '55, '56, "N" Club '55, Science Club '54, '55, '56, Student Council '54, Track '54, '55, '56, Varsity Football '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Smiley, Mamie B. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthed Smiley: "A quiet miss well liked by all. Loud Lip: We go to bed too late and get up too early. "Mamie" came from Shiloh High School, Alabama, where she was in Chorus '54, '55, Thespians '55, Honor Societv '55. Smith, Charles Frederick Son of Mrs. Della Smith: "The lowly heart doth win the love of all." Loud Lip: People who say "l was here first" at the refreshment stands. "Charley" was in Contemporary History Club '56, Sales Organization '55, '56. Smith, Donald Edgar Son of Nlr. and Mrs. Charles B. Smith: "l am as bad as the worst, but also I am as good as the best." Loud Lip: My red hair! "Don" was in Distributive Education '56. Srnith, Linda Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith: "Quiet, sweet, without conceit." Loud Lip: People who tell me the half of things lHi, Pauli. "Lin" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Hi-C Club '56. Smith, Michael Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Smith: "Oh, nothing is too late, till the tired heart shall cease to palpitate." Loud Lip: Girls who want to be treated like females lHi, Nancyl. "Minnle" was in College Club '56, Con- temporary History Club '567 Intramural Basketball '54, Reserve Football '54, Sci- ence Club '54, '55, Sphinx '56. Smith, Mildred Joan Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Smith: "The world will ever wonder what she will do next." Loud Lip: People who call me Dia- mond Lil lHi, Jerryl "Jonie" was in Chorus '54. Smith, Thomas Allan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Smith: "The smile that won't come off." Loud Lip: People who sit on my car iPorkJ. "Tom" was in ln- tramural Basketball '54. Smucker, Margaret Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Smucker: "T h e r e should be many more like her." Loud Lip: People who are late. "Marg" was in College Club '55, '567 German Club '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56: Radio '55: Room Agent '54: Sphinx '56: Student Council '56, secre- tary '56, Y-Teens '54, '55, '56: Honor Society '56. Spence, Richard Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spence: "Though he was rough, he was kindly." Loud Lip: Senior machine shop- pers c a I I e d "Swab," "Butch" and "Pedro." "Turt" was in Intramural Basketball '54y Key Club '56. Spitzer, Sharon Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Spitzer: "A gen- tle heart is tied with an easy thread." Loud Lip: Get- ting people to share my in- terests in baseball. "Sharon" was a Class Officer, presi- dent '54, treasurer '56: Col- lege Club '55, '56: La Ren- aissance '55, '56p Student Council '55, '56. Spring, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Spring: "For a good natured girl is lofved best in the main." Loud Lip: Fifth period with nothing to do. "Barb" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Girls' Baseball '56: Girls' Basketball '56. Spring, Mariorie Ann Daughter of Mrs. Jessie Burlisanz "Give me love and work-these two only." Loud Lip: Stan, my man. "Mag" was in Distrlbutive Educa- tion '56. Spurrier, Beatrice Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Spurrier: "And her dark eyes - how eloquent, ask what they would. 'Twas granted." Loud Lip: Crazy legs on skates lHl, Gibb "Bea" was in Band '54, '55, '56: Latin Club '55: Honor Society '56. Stasel, John Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stasel: "A man of mark." Loud Lip: Short people. "Jack" was in Intramural Basketball '54. Sta uffer, Carol Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Stauffer: "She is herself of best of things the collection." Loud Lip: A person who doesn't block doorways. "Kandy" was in Chorus '54, College Club '55: Girls' Baseball '54, '55, '56: Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, '56: Radio '54, '55, Sphinx '56f Thesians '55, '56: Y-Teens '54. Stevens, John Orville Son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Stevens: "My business and my art is to live." Loud Lip: "John." Stockdale, Phillip Leroy Son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Stockdale: "Youth dances along with an arm full of girl and a heart full of song." Loud Lip: You can take girls or leave them: but as for me, l'll take them. "Flip" was in Golf '54, '55, '56: "N" Club '56, Reserve Football '54: Speedball '557 Varsity Football '56. Sullivan, Melvin Gene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Sullivan: "Youth will have his swing." Loud Llp: Loud Lips! "Mel." Sullivan, John Lawrence Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawr-- ence Sullivan: "Quiet in manner and deed." Loud Lip: Teachers. "John L." was in Track '54, '55. Sullivan, Ronald Sherkheart Son of Mir. and Mrs. Garrett Jackson: "The wildest colts make the best horses." Loud Lip: Girls who talk too much. "Sully" was in "N" Club '56, Varsity Football '56 Sutphen, John Hayes Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sutphen: "To an upright man a good reputation is the greatest inheritance." Loud Lip: Crusader Rabbit. "Rat" was in College Club '55, '56, Contemporary His- tory Club '56, German Club '56, Key Club '54, '55, '56, treasurer '55, president '56, Room Agent '54, '55, '56, Student Council '55, '56, Sci- ence Club '54, '55, '56, vice president '55, Varsity Foot- ball '54, Honor Society '56. Swan, linda Johanna Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Swan: "Silence in woman is like speech in man. Deny it who can." Loud Lip: My love tor Mer- curys CHi, Pauly. "Lind" was in Chorus '54, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basket- ball '54, '56, Girls' Volley- ball '56, Room Agent '56. Tate, Helen Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Tate: "To worry about tomorrow is to be unhappy today." Loud Lip: Pet peeves, l have none. l'm in love! Hi. Stevel Wyeth don't you believe me? "Woogie" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basket- Zagl '56, Girls' Volleyball Teuscher, Thomas Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Teuscher: "A man in all he does." Loud Lip: Do training rules interfere with girls or do girls interefere with training rules? lHi, Claudl "Tom" was in "N" Club '56, Varsity Football '54, '55, '56. Trimble, Marilyn Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Trimble: "Good nature is of daily use." Loud Lip: This Wildcat loves 'Bob'cats. lHi, Bob and Gangl. "Bim- ble" was in Business Staff '56, Chorus '56, Girls' Bas- ketball '56, Y-Teens '54, '56. Vermillion, Kathleen May Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith: "Character is perfectly educated w i I l." Loud Lip: People who block the halls. "Kathy" was in Girls' Basketball '54, '56, Home Economics '54, Vogelmeir, Mary Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Vogelmeier: "We may be as good as we please, if we please to be good." Loud Lip: Gentlemen who prefer blondes. "Boots" was in Chorus '54, College Club '55, '56, secretary '56, Con- temporary History Club '56, Girl's Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, La Renaissance '55, '56, secre- tary '55. Wages, Nancy .lo Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wages: "She's full of ,meaning and good wishes." Loud Lip: Waiting for the weekends. lHi, Dickl. "Nancy" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Distributive Education '56. Wagner, Patty lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cree: "Never sad is she." Loud Lip: People who go skating every night. "Red" was in Girls' Base- ball '54, '56, Girls' Basket- ball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '56, Hi-C Club '56. Walker, Paul Edward Son of Mrs. Edith Walker and the late J. Dale Walker: "A gentleman by nature and a scholar by education." Loud Lip: Girls, a master- piece of the Great Author. The edition is large but no man should be without a copy. "Butch" was in Art Club '54, Key Club '56, Shop Officer '55, '56. Ward, Laura Emmaiean Williams, Gary Miland Daughter of Mrs. Ruby E. Ward: "She comes late, but yet she comes." Loud Lip: Farm boys that don't get their work done until 8:30 P.M. lHi, Loretta. How are Bobby and George?J "Jean" was in Chorus '54, Honor Society '56. Warthen, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H, Warthen: "Man has his will, but woman has h.r way." Loud Lip: Oh, those 4-to-12 o'clock shifts and that '46 Ford. lHi, Cor- bie. Hi, Donnaj "Carol" was in Band '54, '55, Y-Teens '54, '55, Welsch, Mary Virginia Daughter of Mrs. Theodore Welsch: "What's life with- out love." Loud Lip: Nine- ty-five per cent of all boys are good looking. The other five per cent live in Newark. lHi, Pat, Naomi, Shirley, Marilyn, Rita.J "Gin" was in Girls' Baseball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '54, '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Wetzel, Richard Dennis Son of M-r. and Mrs. Ralph Sites: "Boys are boys and employ themselves with boyish manners." Loud Lip: I picked the right girl but at the wrong time. "Tar- Baby" was in Golf '54, '55, '56, Speedball '54. White, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mrs. Anna Vthite: "What man can cal- culate on what a girl will say or do?" Loud Lip: Brothers. "Pat" was in Band '54, '55, '56. Wickham, Franklin Zane Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Wickham: "The man in the Band." Loud Lip: Girls and their talking all the time. "Frank" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Colloge Club '56. Son of Mrs. Gladys R. Holmes: "Quiet, but that lies hidden." Loud Lip: The last year of school ll-li, Barbl. "Speedy" was in Intramur- al Basketball '54. Williams, Ralph George Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Williams: "Cheerful associ- ates ease the task." Loud Lip: Wine, women, and song, the necessities ot life. "Ralph" was in Business Staff '54. Wise, Janice Arlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Samuel Wise: "Women of few words are the best." Loud Lip: 9:00 on Saturday -giving lessons at the band room fHi, Browniej. "Jan" was in Band '54, '55, '56, Honor Society '56. Wolfe, David Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Wolfe: "l am a gentle- man at all times." Loud Lip: Better drummers than me. "Dork" was in Band '55, '56, Sphinx '56, Thespians '56, at Hanover-Toboso was in Band '54, Reserve Basket- ball '54, Chorus '54, Ath- letic Club '54, Class officers, president '54. Wright, Evelyn Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wright: "l like the Ray in my sunshine." Loud Lip: Hi, Ray. "Ev" was in Chorus '54, Distributive Ed- ucation '56. Wright, Helen LaVoun Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wright: "Silence never betrayed a woman." Loud Lip: People who think they know it all. "Bonnie" was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56. Wright, Robert Perry Wyckoff, JOHI1 Rosalie Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam E. Moore: "M'en's na- tures are alike, it is their habits that carry them far apart." Loud Lip: Guys who won't cheer for the team. "Judge" was in Chorus '54, '55, '56, Intramural Basket- ball '54. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Stewart: "Last, but not least." Loud Lip: The LES you do the more they HOL- LAR. "Jo" was in Distribu- tive Education '56, Girls' Ngolleyball '54, Room Agent ' 4. NOT PICTURED Hagerman, William Joseph Wills, Gerald Dan Son of Mr. Harold Hager- Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. man and Mrs. Mariorie Tucker. Wills. MICHAEL CLAGGETT WILLIAM MITCHELL President Vice-president Junior Class Officers SYLVIA COYLE JERRY WEAVER Secretary Treasurer Row I Row I l James Abbott Betty Bromley William Acklin David Brooks Shirley Agin Gary Brooks Row 2 Row 2 Judy Anderson Norma Brooks Gloria Ankrum Ray Brown Charles Bachmann Fred Brummage Row 3 Shirley Bagent ROW 3 Brooke Baker 5'-Je BUV'-Ule"' Don Barber JudY Bwkam Kathleen Bush Row 4 John Barker Row 4 James Barrick K5fl""Yn Bllsh Evelyn Barton Paul Campbell Charlevarr Row 5 Row 5 Valarie Bastin Betty Carson William Bates Diana Cartnal Jerry Baumgartner Charles Cashdollar Row 6 Row 6 Theodore Benson Elizabeth Chapman Virginia Berger Barbara Church Barbara Billman Michael Claggeft Row 7 Row 7 Robert Black Jo Ann Clark Wilma Blackburn Arthur Clawson Kathleen Blackwell Hllda Clemings Marilyn Boell Gary Cochenour Cecil Bondy Susan Coelho Row 8 Row 8 David Bope Richard Conner Row 9 Row 9 La Fern Bostic Phyllis Cooperrider Carol Bowers Patricia Couden Judith Bowers Tom Cowles Row 10 Row 'IO Mona Bowers Sylvia Coyle Patricia Bower Robert Crothers Marilyn Boylan Ronnie Cunningham Row i 1 Ruth Bradley Shirley Brearley Row li James Breneman Alice Danford Not Pictured- Mena Dames - Roberta Ballinger George Daugherty I Jo Ann Bentley Mariorie Blowers 62 Row 1 Paul Daugherty Loyd Davis Richard Davis Row 2 Ronnie Dawkins Emma Dawson James Dick Row 3 Patricia Denny Donald Dickerson Larry Dispennette Row 4 Samuel Donaldson James Donley h Nicholas Dragics Row 5 Mary Dozer Patricia Draks Rita Drumm Row 6 Roberta Drumm Gary Dudgeon Joan Dugan Row 7 Cynthia Dunlap Terry Dunlap Joanne Durdon Row 8 Nancy Earley Bernard Eckstein Thomas Elk Row 9 Carol Farmer Don Farrow Martha Finley Row 10 Joseph Fitzpatrick Roberta Fitzsimmer Ronald Foit Row 'I'l lda Freeman Ronald Gary Sally Gartside Not Pictured-Bonnie Dun- lap, Betty Foreman, Da- vid Forgrave 63 Row I Jo Ann George Mildred Gilham Judith Goff Row 2 Margery Green Nancy Green Robert Green Row 3 Nancy Greer Joyce Grove Nancy Grove Row 4 Claire Grunewald Charlotte Gutridge Janet Hahn Row 5 Joan Hall Barbara Hallowell Nancy Hamilton Row 6 Rosalie Hamilton Larry Hamm James Hanes Row 7 Jo Ann Harper Ellis Harris Wilbur Harter Row 8 Charles Hayden Edward Haynes Frieda Heid Row 9 Audrey Henry Richard Henry Nelson Hess Row I0 Homer Hill Kenneth Hilleary Terry Hoffer Row Il Keith Hogue Emily Hollar Kenneth Hollar Not Pictured - S h i rl e y Goodin, Saundra Grif- fith - Row 1 Larry Holmes Lue Ann Holton Larry Hoover Row 2 Beverly Hotchkiss Nancy Hottinger Donald House Row 3 Louis Howarth Joan Iler Sandra Imhoff Row 4 lnlow Don Jeffries Barbara Verna Johns Row 5 Martha Johnson Nancy Johnson Durward Jones Row 6 John Jones Linda Jones Robert Jones Row 7 Gerald Kappes Donna Kay Mary Keller Row 8 Harland Kennedy Carolyn Kaylor Barbara Kidwell Row 9 Orville Kiger Kenneth King Betty Klein Row 'IO Patricia Knisely Patricia Kunkle Miriam Kuster Row 'I'l Jacob Laeufer Doris Lake Harry Lamb Row 1 Violet Lambert Larry Lane Linda Lane Row 2 Brenda Larason Thomas Lawrence Thomas Lawyer Row 3 Wayne Layton Larry Lee Larry Leedy Row 4 Janet Lieber Charles Loar Robert Lohrman Row 5 Alice Long Sherrian Lookenott Jerry Loughman Row 6 Charles Luke Linda Lusetti James Lyons Row 7 Sandra Lytle James McCrilIis Patricia McCullough Row 8 Rod McElfresh Diane McFarland Eddie McKee Row 9 Carole McLaughlin Charles McLean James McMillin Row 10 Nicholas Makris Philip Mantonya Robert Marriott Row 'l'l Rosella Marvin Robert Mawhorter John Melton 64 Row I Row 'l Nancy Messimer Clifford Patton Joanne Metcalf Cynthia Paul Bonnie Meyer James Pettit Row 2 Row 2 Rodney Meyer lvy Pickering Walter Miller Judith Pierson Larry Mitchell Linda Poff Row 3 Row 3 William Mitchell Karl Poland Ray Monroe Rose Pound James Moran Sharron Powell Row 4 Row 4 Connie Morlen John Price Rebecca Moore James Pryor Thora Moore Joyce Quack Row 5 Row 5 Kathleen Morrison Doris Ramsey Gwendolyn Moss Orville Redman Jerry Mossman Ruth Redman Row 6 Row 6 Sharon Mount Robert Reed Connie Myers Gary Rehbeck Samuel Myers Pauline Rickus Row 7 Row 7 Monte Nagy John Ridella James Nemeth Donna Riffle Jerry Nethers Mary Ritchey Row 8 Row 8 Judy Newman Paula Roan Barbara Northrup Mariorie Roberts Judith Northrup Tittica Reberts Row 9 Row 9 Judith Null Phyllis Robinson Gloriann O'Brien Roland ROECJEF Alice Ogle Charles Rogers Row 10 Row lo Edmond Romine Ronald Off Sherman Romine -l0n OXleY Betty Rutter Richard Painter Row ll Linda Sanders Row ll Beth Sawyer Jackin Palmerton Ronald Schlosser Fred Plrrill Not Pictured- Chlrlino Plttorson Patricia Price D5 Ardella Scott Fred Ulrich Charlene Scott Virginia Ungashick Kay Scott Ralph Utterbac l Row l Row l k Row 2 Row 2 Kenneth Scott George Vaia Shirley Sensabaugh Sue Vogelmeier Charlotte Shaffer Patricia Volz Row 3 Row 3 Richard Shields Leslie Wachter William Sidwell Diana Walker Lois Simms Brenda Watson Row A Row 4 Don Sines Jerry Weaver Jerry Sipe Patricia Webb Johanna Skinner Linda Welsch Row 5 Row 5 Rosetta Smith Robert Wessinger Vernon Smith Brice Westfall Linda Snelling Margie Wheeler Row 6 ROW 6 Fredrick Snyder Donna Yvhlle . James Spangler Judith Whitehead Nancy Spence Sondra Whyde Row 7 ROW 7 P I vvtk' Frederick Spitzer au Ggozvgse Wine James Springston Y. . Janice Stage Ellen Williams , R 8 Row 8 OW Mollie Williams Carol Stedman Terry Williams Carol Strawn , Frances Wilson John Sullivan R 9 Row 9 OW Martha Wilson Ronald Swart Mary Wilson Clara Taylor Virginia Wisener Barbara Thompson Row i0 ROW lo D Th John Wolfle onniindaonjll-Ric: Son Pathena Wolford Row ll Row it lUdY Tfonsfeln Sandra Wollard Mildred Tucker Mary Worth James TY"ef James Wright Nlot Pictured- NOT pgcfured- Ffiftk Smlih Patricia Walker 66 Carol Wilde P Marilyn Tolliver Karen Woodsi HE K., ff V' T'W-5433?-if? f - 1' A ,. 55 ,, 4, ,Q 33 .::' fy, ,gg-3,5 5' :H 0 , 3,35 :- 5, H ,,: ,. ug ii 2?:5:m, 9 ff' -I f. 0 was .. .-iq-9 V X V -V ,, W9 f 'ff v W 'ME ,.', f' wgvgg ' V. , ff Ji, gy J 3 3 , 'X J 1 6 4 . QR Robert Wright Z 1 M' ffff 3 . Q wi f. 'A ,iv In Janie Georgia Maurice Yost Zaras Hartley ERNEST KUHN ROGER BALDING President Vice-president Sophomore Class Officers MARLA CLINE LARRY JONES Secrefary Tl'86SUl'8I' ROW l Row l Barbara Ables Carole Billman Wllelta Ackers Jerry Bishop Geraldine Acton Nettie Black Row 2 Row 2 Betty Amspaugh Jerry Blacksten, Karen Anderson Nancy Blackwell Robert Anderson Carole Blakely Row 3 Row 3 Donald Archer Steven Blum Larry Arnold Marilyn Bocler Natalie Art Evelyn Bodoh Row 4 Row 4 Larry Aslwcraft Roger Boerstles Glenda Ashenhard Carol Boggs Larry Ault Robert Boggs Row 5 Row 5 Robert Azbell Gail Booth Charles Baker Lowell Bowers William Baker Gail Boyer Row 6 Row 6 John Baker Ronald Boylan Nancy Baker Barbara Braddock ROQCI' 50lClll19 Richard Bringardner Row 7 Row 7 RObeI'T Baldwin Rebecca Brodf Carl Balo Eleanor Brown James Banks Gary Brown Row 8 Row 8 Lewis Barnes Margaret Brown Sterling Bartoe Charles Brunner Melvin Bascomb Kenneth Bryan Row 9 Row 9 Mariorie Basford M0llY B"Y3n Linda Baumgartner CarolYn BVYGNT Patricia Beall Aflena BVYSOY1 ROW 10 Row 10 Bonnie Beckman Larry Bryson Kennefl' BCCWY Carol Buchanan Frank Bell Reba Buchanan Row ll Robert Bennett ROW I1 Jerry Bentley Donna Bucke Y . Harry Bevard Roberta Buckey Not Pictured- Ga B er Delora Beck ry wg 69 Row 'l Dolly Burke Robert Butler Rose Marie Butts Row 2 John Callander Barbara Campbell Joan Canter Row 3 Brenda Cantlon Judith Cartnel Vicky Carver Row 4 Janet Cavey Ruth Cavey Carol Chaney Row 5 Helen Chatterton Victor Chesser Dianna Clark Row 6 Judith Class Mary Clayton Earlene Cline Row 7 Ida Cline Marla Cline Martha Cline Row 8 Mary Clum Carolyn Cochenour Karen Cochran Row 9 Constance Collins Darlene Collins Elsie Comptom ROW 'IO Brent Conaway Paul Conklin Harold Connell Row 'll Larry Cox William Craig Daniel Crawford Not Pictured- Paul Chapman Row l Marilyn Crebs Marianne Crist Carol Crothers Row 2 Linda Crowley Janet Cunningham John Cunningham Row 3 Lindy Cupples Nancy Daily Thomas Danley Row 4 Geoffrey Danner Stella Darkes Mariorie Davis Row 5 Willard Davis Glenna Day George Dell Row 6 Betty Dellinger Barbara Deming Sally Devereaux Row 7 Earl Devoll Shirley Dewitt Donna Dickover Row 8 Warren Dickover Barbara Dishon Charles Donahue Row 9 Mary Donahue Sharon Donaghue Barbara Drumm Row IO Harold Duckett Marna Duffee Helen Dumm Row 11 Linda Dunn Raymond Dupree Katheryn Durant 70 Row 'l Dusthimer I Ralph Dute Joyce Eifinger Phyllis Row 2 Patti Eis Betty Lou Elk Cecelia Emerson Row 3 Edward Erick Norma Fairley Albert Farmer Row 4 Susan Farnham Nancy Farquahar Larry Fekete Row 5 Larry Fenneken Janet Ferry David Fetter Row 6 Jerry Fifield Delbert Fike Starlett Finney Row 7 George Fisher John Fleitz Mary Fleming Row 8 Elgie Fletcher Linda Flowers Patricia Fluharty Row 9 Esther Foor Gary Foote Sandra Ford Row IO Elizabeth Franklin Mary Freas Susan Fredritz Row ll Darlene Freeman Delores Freeman Linda Friel Row 'I Jaunice Friend Patricia Fulk Beverly Fulton Row 2 Larry Gander Richard Garee John Garger Row 3 Jerry Gartside Milburn George Helen Givens Row 4 Judy Glasmeier Bonnie Glass Robert Glennan Row 5 Betty Goddard Mildred Gosnell Loye Grady Row 6 Judith Graft Robert Graham Judith Green Row 7 Kenneth Gregg Marilyn Grove - Judith Groves Row 8 Mary Grumrn Alfred Haga Deanna Hahn Row 9 Christine Hammack Richard Hanes David Hannah Row lO Charles Heffley Harold Heightshoe Beverly Henderson Row 'll Dale Henry Carol Hickman Alice Hilleary 71 l Row l Susan Hipsher Carol Hite John Hivnor Row 2 Richard Hoback Judith Hofacker Richard Holcombe A Row 3 Marjorie Hollingshead Allen Hollis Linda Hornung Row 4 Gilbert Hornyak Dale Hottinger Wanda Houdeshell Row 5 James House Sally Howell Ronald Huffman Row 6 Charles Hufford Gary Humbert Suzanne Humes Row 7 Noretta Hunt Barbara Hunter June Hutchinson Row l Silas Jones Sylvia Jones Judith Kaiser Row 2 Sandra Keck Richard Keim John Keller Row 3 Penelope Kennedy Robert Kerm Linda Kerrts Row 4 Judith Kieber Rebecca Kieber Donald King Row 5 Jess Kinser Richard Kinser Jane Kirk Row 6 John Klein Thelma Klein John Kinechtges Row 7 Dorothy Knight Philip Koblens Chriseldus Kral Row 8 Shirley Hyre Delores ller Earl Johnson Row 8 Robert Kramer Lowell Kreager Jon Kreider Row 9 Merica Johnson Vernon Johnson Barbara Jones Row 9 Ernest Kuhn Robert Laird Victoria Lannan Row 10 Barbara Marie Jones Charlotte Jones James Jones Row 10 James Lawrence Suellen Leckrone Janet Leek Row ll Larry Jones Nancy Jones Roger Jones ' 72 Row ll Theodore Lescody James Lesh Not Pictured- Mary Lemons Craig Leighton 'e Row l Row l Arthur Lewis CMO' M6CldUX David Lewis Ronald Maidel Molly Lewis Jerry Maines Row 2 ROW 2 L L- Im Zane Mann any Sgqdrg Lightle Judith Markham Linda Lippincott 'ludnn Mafkle Row 3 Row 3 Mary Lippincott Janet Marmie Earl Loar William Marmie Linda Loar Carol Marquis Row 4 ROW 4 Eleanol' lfmg Douglas Marriott W'll'am Longo Barbara Martin Cora Love' Linda Martin Row 5 ROW 5 David Loughman Robert Martin Sallv Lovghman Sharon Martin Leann Lucas Clarence Mathews Row 6 ROW 6 Charleton L'-'ke George Meisenhelder Robefl Lusk Nancy Metcalf Marv Lvbafsef Barbara Miller Row 7 Row 7 Marie McCartan Charlotte Miller Connie McClain Harold Miller Janice McClain Iva Miller Row 8 Row 8 Marib McClain John G. Miller Carnet McCleary Philip Miller Judith McCrillis Shirley Miller Row 9 Row 9 Sue McDonald John W. Miller Shelva McDowell Gary Mills Daniel McGinnis James Mitchell Row 10 Row IO Barbara McKim Joyce Montgomery Cyrus McKinney Sue Montgomery Judith McLaughlin Ardianne Moore Row 'H Row ll John MCMahan Francis Moore Darlene McMannis James Moore Chloe McNutt Marv Moore Not Pictured- 73 Larry Miller Row 1 Wayne Moorman Mariorie Morgan Row 'l Sandra Pound Bett Pres raves Y 9 Tom Mosher Ben Price Row 2 Kenneth Mosholder Emmett Mummey Beverly Myers Row 2 Phyllis Pursley Faye Purvis Judy Pyle Row 3 Dixie Myers Paul Myers Tom Myers Row 4 Don Neely Emilie Neff Jerry Neighbarger Row 5 Darlene Norman Dorothy North Stanley North Row 6 Ruth Nutt Roberta Nutter Fred Oiler Row 7 Michael Oliver Robert Orr Carolyn Parker Row 8 Dale Parker Donald Parker Carl Peach Row 9 Mary Perrin Carolyn Petty Myrlie Pickering Row 'l0 Russell Pickering John Plants Sally Plummer Row 'll Betty Posey Alan Pound Dale Pound Not Pictured- Curtis Painter Rolland Painter Row 3 Gretchen Rader Terry Raison Betty Ramsey Row 4 Dorothy Ratliff Kay Ratlitf William Ratliff Row 5 James Redman Jerry Redman James Reed Row 6 Peggy Reed Richard Reinbeau Geraldine Rutherford Row 7 Gerald Richardson Carol Ridenour Nancy Riffle Row 8 Rosalie Rizzo Carol Roberts George Roberts Row 9 Wava Robinson Oscar Rollinson Iris Romine Row 10 James Safford Gary Sams William Saum Row ll Eleanor Scaffide Shirley Scanlan Joseph Scarrett Not Pictured- Thelma Ratliff Mary Ross 74 Row I Andrew Sceurman Charles Schonhar Nancy Schooler Row 2 Barbara Sears Louise Seidle Raymond Shackleford Row 3 S haron Shade Eleanor Shaner Barbara Shaw Row A John Shaw Sylvia Shawhan John Shepard Row 5 Sherry Sherman Donald Shipley Steven Sidwell Row 6 James Simkins Mary Sites Nancy Skinner Row 7 Sloan Linda Smart Betty Smith Row 8 Smith Wilma Snedden Ronald Somerville Row 9 James Spangler Richard Spellman David Spence Row I0 ee Spence Richard Spence Carol Spicer Row Tl Arlene Spiker Michael Spring John Stafford Not Pictured- Mary Shaffer Lois Sims Rosemary Springer Larry Row I Patrick Stasel Lester St. Aubin David Stauffer Row 2 Lurinda Stevens Nancy Stevens Trwdy Stevens Row 3 Stickle Judith Storer Darwin Row 4 Connie Strouse Doris Stump Margaret Row 5 Patricia Sullivan Kenneth Sutherland Robert Swank Row 6 Charles Swick Ronnie Taggart Willie Thomas Row 7 Jack Thompson Margie Thompson Roy Thompson Richard Thompson William Thompson Row 8 Wm. Edward Thompson Row 9 Susan Toler Ralph Tomlinson Ronald Tragei Row TO Ann Trexel Barbara Tucker Jacquelin Tysor Row ll Judith Ulrich Donald Urban Ronald VanHool 75 Row l Janice Vermillion ' Fredrick Vincent Donald Voris Row 2 . Leroy Waldren - Patricia Walker William Warman Row 3 Sandra Warthen Dale Watson Judith Weaver Row 4 Weed Larry Weidner Delores Wells Gary Row 5 ' Maurice West Ruth Westbrook Ronald Wetzel Row 6 Clennie White Shirley White Carol Whitis Row 7 Bonnie Whyde Frederick Widrig Beverly Wilfong Row '8 David Wilhelm Carolyn William Glenna Williams Row 9 Rosetta Williams Thelma Williams'- Richard Wills Row lO Winnifred Wilson June Winkelman Jerry Wolfe Roe "l"l Larry Wolfe . Robert Wolfe Joseph Wollos Row l Denny Woods Leonard Wooles Barbara Wright ' Rovv 2 Bertie Wright Frank Wright James Wright ' Rovv 3 Lowell Wright Mary Yantis Robert Young Row 4 Robert W. Young Patricia Zesiger 76 E 77 Row 1 Neil Allen Delores Baker Janet Baker Row 2 Bonna Beeney Jim Berry Gail Blakeley Row 3 Suzanne Blamer Bennie Bodkins Fielding Braffett Row 4 Thomas Castle Thomas Chapman Carol Chase Row 5 Bill Coelho Carol Compton Christine Crist Row 6 Delores Cupples Carroll Damelson Danny Davis Row 7 Darlene Debevoise Marion Diller Warren Edman law I Mary Anna Erick Saundra Eppert Anne Evans Row Y Susan Everett Larry Finch David Fogle low I0 Carol Fox Terry Frame James Frasher Row I1 Donna Fulk Cynthia Dawling Nancy Dyer low I Judy Gard John Garvin Stanley Gibson low 2 David Gelfer Richard Gutliph Gary Graham Row 3 Beverly Grove Marilyn Hafler George Handel Row 4 Donald Harris Gary Harris John Haynes Row 5 Thomas Heisey Robert Hendren Judy Hennis Row 6 Gladys Hensley Sydell Hollister Judy Houseman low 7 Carol Hupp Susan Hupp Diana Johnson Row I Joyce Jones Joanne Kavalyecz Vicki Keck low 9 James Kennison Diana Kern Joeffrey Leicester Row I0 Frank Lewis Joel Lichtenstein Judy Loar Row II Donald Lusk Donna Lusk Gary McLaughlin 78 I Row 'I Row I Douglas Mann Duane Shoultes Scott Marzano Jack Shoultes Sandy McCartney Linda Slay ROW 2 Rgw 2 ROQCV Metcalf David Smith Roger Mitchell James Smith Linda Nefhefs Marleen Smith Row 3 Rgw 3 Michael O'Brien David Sperry Betsy Oder Jayne Steiner l-GVVY Pagel Saundra Strouse Row 4 Row 4 Georgeann Palmer Kay Swart Patty Parkhill Larry Taylor Arlene Peck Charlene Thompson Row 5 Row 5 Pete Pharis Betty Tingler Connie Phillips Thomas Toothman Mary Piper William Toothman Row 6 Row 6 David Place Thomas Tripp Larry Powell Larry Urban Judson Pomeroy Louis Vaia Row 7 Row 7 Larry Potter Saundra Vaugn William Prior Ray Walker Judy Pyle Richard Wallace Row 8 Row 8 Larry Rayser Charley Wells Chester Renner Brad Williams William Reynolds Larry Williams Row 9 Row 9 Patty Riley Sandra Williams Robert Robinson Darlene Wisner Berdena Rockey Richard Wolever Row T0 Row 10 Louis Romine Richard Wolfe Dennis Runkle BFUCG WOOCl Faye Saum Charles Worstell Row IT Row U Sylvia Saum Carol Ann Wright Judy Schenk David Wright Gary Scott Nick Zaras 79 i "MEET ARIZONAv lt is a tradition at Woodrow Wilson Junior High School to have a Spring Mu- sical Program. This year under the able direction of our music teacher, Mrs. Mary Board, our ninth grade pupils produced the operetta "Meet Arizona," by George Murray Brown and Charles Wakefield Cad- man. Seventy-five pupils were used in this pro- duction along with costumes, a ranch-house stage setting, and other properties to make this operetta a huge success. P 81 ::afi' fr Q ' 1' B , . 5,5351 I N as M ,. . x -wx Q .msg ,.., Sw Q, W, ffgfir fwv g g is ,QE e aw K Q B Mx L Row I Adams Ellen Alban Reese ' ' at-J L- , " Dave .H -:1,-rziffgggv, ' , I ' za A-A, " Alban W W Sag hge N- Y' RW 2 :SQ ' K 'J 'gg Jack Anderson ,,,, ,. f -g Qff?- , Larry Armstrong ,. in ,fa Lois Armstrong E f,. r-fs .gf .. ' L- Row 3 Karl .. 'E J, 12 E9 Balsen Dick Beckman June Beggs L.- In xmih, bl: E is 5 fv- fe te 5 5 if X. me 'P X N f . W , Ai ff is 5 1 Q, .w ' , ' f'ffQ. Row 4 555- If Qgvlfjll, N, Q., 'jf' . fi 'Y fe 32? John B-baff ,gf 4.2 Dave Billingslea ' - Gerald Boring f r L -1.1 iggj J. l A----fl " 1- H Eff-M-3--+-1-"' 'T 'N'- y , ' y , Row 5 'E Don Boyce Mafllvn Bovlins " ' 'vm 1 1 , V - Carole Boyling ' :S We Q.. ' as .. RW' 6 an b i of I 5 - Nancy Bradshaw X Q: 311-j '5 2 Barbara Brown " 5-:H -, .V , . 1:-Fl Jerry Cashdollar . J' -.L 7? l R - 4, ,, ,V 'Q 'ffm 3 Q. 49 . ow 7 fn, V , Mafllvn Cameron Q '54 James Church W, -::.:eh: ,:,- .,-t r- ., 3569? we - Q is Q'-f ., xg AC: 1. Jeff Coelho l x if . , V X ., E Row 8 ffm, '01-L .v - Hx X f ,. 3? ,. Z3 X fe Larry Connell "5 Mi. JUdY Cunningham f .. ssss,..... - ..........,ss .s.. , A ' ' ' J - , ROW 9 "' W f'i1abe'h Dowling 5 if Robert Draw J - Janet Dunlap 82 Row 1 Barbara Dunlap Lola Edgell Daniel Evans Row 2 Lanny Ravley Judy Fifielcl Margurite Fisher Row 3 Shirley Fulton John Glancey Susan Goodwin Row 4 Donald Goodin Denny Gilbert Mark Groban Row 5 Eugene Grover Deanna Hannum Terry Hartshorn Row 6 Barbara Harris William Harris Cathrine Hess Row 7 Janet Hill Eleanor Hilleary Evan Hoffer Row 8 Linda Holtsbeary Stephen lnscho Sharry Jones Row 9 Jacqueline Ketchum Julie Ketner Carol Sue Kinney Row I Robert Luke Thomas Leighton Carolyn Lonzo Row 2 Shirley Lightle Jerry Lee Jean McCleary Row 3 Joy McPherson Sylvia Maddox Saundra Maddux Row 4 Barbara Marshall Julia Mercer Barbara Miller Row 5 Mary Miller William Mills Judy Moorman Row 6 Sandy Morrison Bill Mertz Susan Mill Row 7 Lynn Oxley Bill Painter Diana Patterson Row B Mary Phares Kay Phillips Jerry Pickering Row 9 Joan Prior William Quigley Oralee Quigley Row 'IO Thomas Quigley Phillip Richcreek Ralph Roan Row 'll Jerry Robinson William Saad . ,'-- 1 1 1' sr: Row 1 'ar f' L ,fab I 1 Terr Scheffler "T1:'l1 ii' of A Y - -:-r1.: llll 2 ,Q -- , , Susan Scott ft 'J 2 My Senff L aayyl T, ,rt .ya, T Row 2 5 119 Charles Shannon f l 'Q ""' I Joan Shimn V yi ':" - ::f5lQ'53": 1" T' 'l ' James Shriner 15 Q ?, "4 Row 3 ff 1 Jack Shumaker 'Q :S V " Larry Smith '- Dick Snelling "t' , 1 Q .. k Q3 : tar- 11' -- . Q 51' . A QQ -fe Ha Row 4 Q QQ: 73f :l,,, fr, Mike Snvder V, , , l, f,1a:.x, Julia Soucek Q Joyce Spiller v.-' , 11' " lk.-P' Row 5 Q Q, Q V ,, Q Q Frieda Spraks .,.: 4 f Qs at Connie Stricker ,.,,f ,, Q Ruth Ann Srawn ' ,, Row 6 f f V4 lf l 1.. ,. ' Karol Strother 'W Q Suellen Sutphen VBQ 2' Q f fl "',. EQ' Q ea Mary Twinem an , ,.,. ' "1" ' " "'i l nc Row 7 Qi V + Q Q Q V' Tom Trout QSM S , if sl - Janet Trickett 'gl' ,, lg Alan Tpka ' Qu.: A 1 ,1 QQQQQ limi if liz 5 .ft h l Row 8 Q. '-, A " Q Phil Vaughn f i 1 , , Phil Vogelmeier im . Q ,H 'W"?i. ifi2:':4:,v'.. , -:l- . ' ',--sf? . Carol West Row 9 il' "Nw A A, , Tom Wortman ,,:-lf , 'U N . Gail Woods .Q ' . . ,.... . .. L.. -33' . ., l-,,. . Dick Woolard " ' - gf .g l Q. '- at "', X , xy. T' ' Q 3 l R T R0w10 iff N M A1 V, Barbara Wilson Aff' 'QV Qf 1 Brenda Waddfell Yvonne Yockey ,g:2j21f,,'i,' 7 415 E -X Row 'Il Linda Zellan 83 M lf M A f 4 ,, ., nw, Seated in front, left to right-Stephen Inscho, Mary Lou Tims,, Frieda Speaks, Joyce McCleary. Standing-John Whyde, Walter Bolton, Jack Anderson, Jeff Coelho, Larry Armstrong, Catherine Hess, Eleanor Hilleary, Julie Goodwin, Mr. Ronald Calendine, sponsor, Mary .lo Wells, Ronald Anderson. SCIENCE CLUB The Roosevelt Science Club has only one requirement for membership: interest-an interest in science and in the Science Club, its projects, and its activities. During many of the years of the Science Club's existence, there have actually been two clubs in order to provide for the different scientific inter- ests of the boys and the girls. The two clubs cooperate each year in sponsoring a school dance to obtain funds to be used for equipment and projects. Each club meets every third week and engages in activities varying from simple experiments to long-range projects. Some of these activities have been the building of model airplanes and a small telescope for exhibition at the District Science Day at Ohio State University, a trip to the Deni- son University Observatory, the building of a proiection screen and other equipment for the science laboratory, the purchase, as- sembly, and use of a radio kit, the building of rain gauges, barometers, thermometers, terrariums, and other apparatus, and the building of a six-inch reflecting telescope for observing the moon, planets, and stars. 'Nwsun-Q, Mm-mm,,i K UQ - - ,uw -2: 1 , . .J Aa. - 5 gif' ' "i i- f -av 4 K 91? is K 6 :2 :Y F5 st. l 5 it sf? t if 5 Q2 i , 0 0 . rf 4? ' v I W X . ,, , ,. .. ,.., -. 5 I Q L p f V ,. i , . . .M .2-.gf . ' . f 332 f 1 ffiifxf. fa. 1.-av, tu, -- W 22- 1 WT-. . 2:3 as . ' , ff 'Z V.: :Q . New Q , s gy Y- F! Wsgfftf. Aw as . Y ' ,,.., , ' 'i .5 ,lm giaf f " W .. K.. ye.:-.: , 1 p-:-:,:t, - Qi' 'W '- W' K " Q, '3 2 aw.. ' . M .... 1. 3, . p ave: -3' 5 . . L ' 5 .- ,Q 1-1-1. A, , ' M xii 'W - 2212921 jfjeilf ' 5 iw 3.1: .. V 1 -2.31-:.-. -3,32 W' - : . . ,.. M ,AA i-gf Q. M12 .gif Q A ,Q A ,J ,V N W 5 . A MQ 9.4, Vx- , .ik 4 , Ep 2: :ra ,.,v. ., ,X ww get , .+ G W Row I Barrett Carolyn Boss Douglas Brookhart Jerry Row 2 Kenneth Bryan Connie Crist William Cunningham Row 3 Felix Davis Jean Dyar Frances Gaskella Row 4 Grumm John Jacobs Judy John Carol Row 5 Patricia Laughery Marilyn Loughman s U7 L- Z I 3' 91 Q 5' 1 3 3 3' K m 'V 2. lv 9' -4 "' at 3- E z E Q ,U 0 ff 2 o 2 U' El 5 5- 2 Z F 5 'I : :U .,, ,E an su .. 3- :U o 0 xl :- 0- 3 5 3 V' 0 0 an o 4 ,, o : -1 o 3 rv Q. o as 0 1 m T na : -1 Q :x " S un 5 rn 'll -1 5 U' Q. cn 5' Z g o 5 " 6 In 4- -- '4 In 'U 'f as 4 zz u 0 va n o 5 - 9. T3 g 3 11 Q 9. ar 2.4 .U -4 -, fn -. U' : U' 'U 9+ -. -. ., nz -1 -. T 3 3 2 " m -.. -.- 3 'lf . f 2 V i ' -jtggt ,. Z . 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" ..5:5-lj' t ' ' is Y iii ' r ' , Q' 3 ' '23 jjiv- 4 3 , " I" ' 'X' .Q L 8 6 W Q C, QQ , b . . aw 3, -f ,L ' as V. , 1 ,I are-, Row 1-Beth Belter, Bonnie Brooks, Tom Brumage, Richard Burden, Dorothy Bush, Robert Byes, Roberta Charlton, Celina Crothers, Sandra Crouse, Richard Dudgeon, Charles Dunlap, Ann Feaster. Row 2-Ann Grigsby, Dale Grove, Dixie Han- nahs, Terry Huntsman, Janet Johnson, Richard Kunninger, Margaret Loughman, Rita McGinnis, Iris Maybury, Melanee Mor- gan, Donald Occouchi. Row 3-Nancy Parsons, David Riley, George Ross, Robert Sorrell, Carleen Spiker, Janet Stauffer, . Gwen Thropp, Ruth VanWy, Ray Whiteman, Leon Wilson Janet Winland. 86 Row I Barbara Barton William Butler Joyce Farmer Row 2 William Ferry Sue Fortney Ella Mae Garrabrant Row 3 Sue Knepper Geraldine Lyons ' Barbara Mears Row 4 Connie Miller Irene Mohler Not Pictured-Dora Aliens James Amspaugh John Bagenl Robert Bromley Robert Drake Jack Fulton Robert Hacker Donny Haumaas Diana Johnson Gary Kelley if 2 , I ,- 1 1. In , . ,I , .,.f . 1.13: I 33, 8925585 ,,, ., , ff ' at --- ' ws . 251 . wr- -:awk ..,,: . V , ,,., ,F -.-- --,- 5 sag., .4 , ' ' .,5. ' 5.-F v::a.2E:Q ,jk . 1 E W . ' we Row I William Phillips Gary Riffle Melynda Rockey Row 2 Gary Sheffer Robert Shanahorn Mary Alyce Smith Row 3 Joyce Vermilion Shalmir Watson Don Whaley Row 4 Phyllis Woodward Not Pictured- Edward McGlone Levi Perrin Gerald Spiker Carol Taylor William Welsh Row 'I-Francis Gaskella, Shirley Wilson, Melaine Morgan, Joyce Farmer. Row 2-Ann Feaster, Carol Taylor, Judy ller, Marianne Gaslcella, Rita McGinnis. Row 3-Janice Wohlford, Edwina Moore, Lois Rey, Joyce Hoy, Richard Debevoise. Row 4-Charlotte Lewis, Dixie Springson, Teresa Wagner, Peggy Packham, Robert Gabe. Row 5-Dixie Hannah, linda Keaser, Barbara Hughes, Sharon Winland, James Johnson. Row 6-Charles Warden, Robert Fitch, Terry Myer. Standing-Judith John, Beth Ann Belter, Winogene Acton, Barbara Conners, lindy Nagy, Joyce Vermillion, Melynda Rockey, Nancy Crist, Ruth Coffman, James Amspaugh, Ben Hauman, Douglas Brookhart, Eddie McGlone, Edward Gosnell, Frank Whitis, Carol Oatman, Robert Gearhart, Clayton McMahan, Jack Fulton. Not Pictured-Mary Alyce Smith, Janet Winland, Roberta Charl- ton, Janet Stauffer, Phyllis Woodward, Shalmir Watson. National Iunior Honor Society The first chapter of the National Junior Honor Society in Newark schools was es- tablished at Lincoln High School in 1946. During 1946-1947 pupils from the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades totaling sixty-nine were initiated. Th Honor Society requires that pupils' grades average B or above tor initiation. At Lincoln the requirement in- cludes at least one grade. ot A. The officers for the current year, who are members ot the ninth grade, are John Hickinbotham, president, Douglas Brookhart, vice presi- dent, Rita McGinnis, secretary, Jack Fulton, treasurer. At present there are titty-two ac- tive eighth and ninth grade members with about thirty seventh grade pupils to be initiated during the late spring. The initiation of new members is a candle light ceremony conducted by the otticers and stressing the qualities of scholarship, high qualities ot character, and school citi- zenship. This service is always followed by a party for the whole membership. An- other social attair is the sponsorship of a dance by the Honor Society for the student body, usually at a holiday season. At times this group has also presented programs for school assembly. Ruth R. Perry is the sponsor. 3 89 Row 'I Row 'I Barbara Allen Paul Dove Robert Bachmann Jackie Dunlap Sandra Bailey Allen Eclebery Row 2 Earlene Baird June Baker Nancy Row 3 Bates Jerry Beach Anita Baker Sandra Burkey Row 2 Carolyn Falrburn Blllle Ferguson Vicky Fitzsimmons Row 3 Steven Freas Delbert Garbrandt Saundra Geidenberger Row 4 Row 4 Dick Boerstler Margaret Givens Gary Bolen Barbara Grady Ralph Brewer John Hendricks Row 5 Row 5 Marcia Brothers Jim Henry Barbara Buchanan James Hughes Ronnie Buzick Row 6 Ronnie Carson Alice Clark Gary Row 7 Wanda Copley Sally Cowles Larry Row 8 Dean Mary Denner Ned Clark Dean Barbara Dickerson Row 9 David Hunt Row 6 Dick Hupen Keith Irvin Diana Jacobs Row 7 Jo Ann Jennings William Johns Albert Johnson Row 8 Jean Keylos Gene Kirkpatrick Phyllis Krall Row 9 Larry Dondrea Mary Linn Diana Douglas Carole Livingston Row 'I Row 'I Glenn Livingston Stephanie Roberts James Livingston Sarah Rognon, James Loughman Janie Saad Row 2 Row 2 Gary Maring Sandra Scaffide Lena Mathews Robert Sheets Grace Mercer Sally Shields Row 3 Row 3 Judith Merrms Timothy Sizemore Mary Monroe John Skinner Bob McBride Patricia Smith Row 4 Row 4 Wayne McClellan Hal Snow Judee McDonough, Sl"'fleY 5nYde' l Carol Nelson Jo Anne Spurner Row 5 Row 5 Jim Nelson Roy Stevens Grant Oliver Beth Swan Willa Oliver Judy Tulley Row 6 Row 6 Carolyn Orr Suella Unger Larry Orr Nancy Verway Richard Orr Charles Vogelmeier Row 7 Row 7 sue Orr l David Walker James Penlck Lany Watson Rose Porter Jude Welsh Beth Row 8 Row 8 Powell Kenneth Willey Linda Rechel Douglas Wilson James Reynolds Mary Woodruf Row 9 Row 9 Linda Ridge Allen Wright Beverly Roberts David Znpperer i Row Row Row Row Row Row 6-Jerry Cowles, Judy Mullenix, Joan Simpson, Burma Harmon, Luanne Handel, Beth llivingston, 'l-Diana Jacobs, Nancy Verway, Jean Keylor, Mary Ann Monroe, Patricia Smith, Barbara Buchanan. 2-Ted Tower, Robin Hendricks, Steve Bobol, Charles Hollar, Carl Braddock, Richard Boder. 3-Sue Orr, Joann Jennings, Sandra Scaffide, Diana Douglas, Linda Rechel, Jo Anne Spurrier. 4-Jerry Cotlerman, Harry Lytle, Jim Miller, Hal Snow, John Hendricks, Gary Bolen. 5-Alana Farley, Carol Campbell, Bonita Buckwalier, Peggy Cagney, Judy Ridge, Patty McCoy. Harry Bolen NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To become member of Central's chapter of the National Honor Society, pupils must not only achieve a high scholastic average, two A's and two B's in the malor subjects, but must also have proved themselves qualified in school citizenship, leadership, and character. Only those vvho, by vote of the faculty, meet these requirements are honored with membership. lt has become an annual custom for The Central Unit of the P.T.A. to award at graduation the official emblem to each National Honor Society member of the graduating class. This chapter was formed in l947. X 93 Beniamin Franklin Junior High School, erect- mers of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed ed and furnished at a cost of S554,372, was Church gave the invocation and benediction dedicated at three o'clock in the afternoon of while the Reverend James S. Bolen of the February 26, 1956. The Reverend Louis Lam- Second Presbyterian Church delivered the main address. Joseph Baker and Associates were the architects. The school opened its doors for classes on September 6, 1955. Reading from top left to right on left page the pictures show a classroom, secretary's office, home economics laboratory, first grade, study hall, and foyer. On the opposite page is an aerial view of the school, a front view, an assembly, a gym class, a drafting room, ancl shop. 95 Row 1 John Adcock William Anderson Richard Bagent Walter Balo Row 2 Richard Barr David Bero Row 3 Alan Biddle James Bline Joseph Bline Row 4 Linda Baughman Wilma Chapman Carol Chappelear Row 5 Janet Cline Suzanne Cree Philip Chesser Row 6 Harold Clawson Kenneth Cochran Jo Ann Day Row 7 Russell Dodson Sam Farrington George Fletcher Not Pictured- George Balo John Boyer Row 1 Diana Foster Larry Gartner Leah Geller Row 2 Patricia Geller Raymond Gorden Thomas Gough Row 3 Raymond Grove Judith Gutridge Margaret Hilleary Row 4 Linda Hoffer Charles Holtz Jean Hone Row 5 Mary Hornyak Rolland Householder Judith Huges Row 6 Earl Jenkins Larry Jones Carlene Keaser Row 7 Ralph Keller Marilyn Lane Joyce Lawrence Not Pictured- Shirley Grove wwf,-.qv-. my 4 A wil at 4... He- za 4Mf'.e: :Arn 'zu -, Q z3g:,g,s,i , I I., Q be ?: as X 'vw . Q-3,,.Wq,3. .qv .,, ,f1a.. ,,- , . 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' f Nancy Sturm 5 V' 1 'ilu' I n : Gary Swinehart 3' 57" E Bonnie Thompson T .lf , V Q Row 5 Tucker Paul Turner Mary Vargo Joe Row 6 David Vermillion Juanita Wages Edmund Williams Row 7 Williams Virginia Wilson Lindel York Ted Row B James Young June Pound 97 Christmas Program On December 21, 1955, a program of Christmas music was presented by the stu- dents of Benjamin Franklin School. Two performances were given, one in the morn- ing for the elementary grades and another in the afternoon for the iunior high. Taking part in the program were Mrs. Dush's third and fourth grades, the ninth grade chorus, a vocal ensemble of seventh and eighth grade girls, and members of the Junior Band. Pat Vargo was the nar- rator, and Janet Cline, elected by the ninth grade, portrayed the Madonna in the man- ger scene which was designed and con- structed by members of the art and indus- trial arts department. Mr. Black directed the program, and Dave Patterson from Newark High School was the accompanist. 1 E. H. HECKELMAN Principal of Woodrow Wilson School A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., Ohio State University EDl'l'l"l l:l.ENllNG Principal of Roosevelt School B. S., Michigan State Normal College M. A., Columbia University LESTER B. COX Principal of Cenlral School A. B., Otterbein College THORA P. lVlacDONAGH Principal of Lincoln School A.B., Denison University M.A., Ohio State University CHARLES E. GARD Principal of Beniamin Franklin School A. B., Denison University M. A., The Ohio StaTe University PAULINE HECKELMAN Clerk af Woodrow Wilson School ELEANOR DOROTHY GLENN Clerk at Central School Clerk at Lincoln School JUNE MCKENRlCK Clerk at Roosevelt School RUTH MILLER Clerk at Beniamin Franklin School 101 74 Z. .t.! ' HOMECCMING The victory chant of 2,500 homecoming fans carried Through the air when The Wildcats ce- mented Their Third COL victory by turning back The Cambridge Bobcats, Friday night, October 14. Before Newark's win of T9 To 7 over The Bobcats, The senior class scored Their own win. The senior float, composed of Three panels show- ing The Theme "Yesterday, Today, and Tomor- row," Took first prize of fifteen dollars. The iunior Tloat, showing The Bobcat Tied To NHS goal posts ready To be boiled, won second prize of Ten dollars. The float of The sophomores fea- 104 tured a school room with collapsible desks and had The slogan "We're still trying, we'll make it yet." Sophomores were awarded Third prize of five dollars. AT half-time The attendants of The homecom- ing queen were escorted onto The field by Tor- mer NHS drum majors. ln the court were Marsha Farquhar, Maid of Honor, Claudia Brin- gardner, Jackie Goodwin, and Jackie Purks. Lynn Simross was crowned queen by Student Council President David Patterson. HOMECOMING DANCE To carry ouT The Theme "YesTerday, To- day and Tomorrow," The enTrance To The annual homecoming dance was a blue and whiTe hourglass. STepping inTo a differenT Time, people found Themselves surrounded by memenfos of The pasT, reminders of The presenT, and glimpses inTo The fuTure. Three sides of The room held Thrones for a queen of Today, a queen of Yesterday, a queen of Tomorrow. Mrs. Paul Jackson, The former DoroThy WinTringham and a former queen aT NHS, escorTed by her husband, was YesTerday's queen. Today's queen was Lynn Simross, who was crowned by Charles MonneTT. Her maid of honor, Marsha Farquhar, and aT- TendanTs Claudia Bringardner, Jackie Purks, and Jackie Goodwin were escorTed by sen- iors of Newark High. King and Queen of Tomorrow were Jimmy SuTphen and GreTch- en Grunewald. The dance was held in The evening of OcTober 14 in The school gymnasium. Kirby Gull, Marilyn Myers, Gary Cocanour, Margaret Lusk, William Offenbaker, Joyce Rian, William Bodoh, Jo Ann Kramer, Nancy Shannon, John Anderson. c'Time Out for Gingerv On November 17, the Thespian Troupe presented as its play for the year, Time Out for Ginger, by Ronald Alexander. This for- mer Broadway hit was well done by a cast of accomplished actors. Time Out for Ginger deals with the prob- lems of a teen-age daughter of one of the town's leading citizens who decides to go out for thehigh school football team. Gin- ger makes the team and complications begin. Joyce Rian, performing a fine iob of character acting, played the title role of Ginger. Bill Offenbaker, playing her father, turned in a show-stopping performance. Playing the mother of three girls, Jo Kram- er also turned in a fine performance. The other two daughters were played by Mari- lyn Myers and Nancy Shannon. Kirby Gull and Bill Bodoh played the boy friends. Peg Lusk played the family maid, John Ander- son, the banker, and Gary Cochenour played the principal. Other people involved in this production were Sue Coelho, student assistant director, and Claire Grunewald, set designer. The play was directed by Mr. Robert Hughes. CHRISTMAS ASSEMBLY In The afternoon ot December 22, the Newark High School chorus presented the annual Christmas assembly. The program, under The direction of Mr, Wendell Jones, consisted of biblical readings off-stage by John Anderson and carols sung by the chorus to complement The narrative. Mu- sical numbers were, in The order sung, "Si- lent Night," "O LiTTle Town of Bethlehem," "lt Came Upon a Midnight Clear," "Away in a Manger," "Hark The Herald Angels Sing," "The First Noel," "O Holy Night," "O Come All Ye Faithful," and "Joy to The World." The entire assemblage crooned "White Christmas" and "Rudolph the Red- nosed Reindeer." Mr. Boyd opened The program by read- ing a prayer by Peter Marshall. TOURNAMENT TIME Each year atter the Wildcats' regular basketball season the state Tournament starts out with a bang at NHS, for it is a time of no homework, heart failure, sleep- ing in study halls, loss of voice, and many other deserving reasons for the excitement during tourney time. School spirit is at its peak and everyone backs the team, hoping that they will make the honored trip northward for the region- als, which means a lot more fun. The 1955 Band Concert "Say it with music" was the theme of the 1955 band concert, held April 13, 14, and 15 at eight o'clock in the evening in the Music Hall, under the direction of Myron A. Pearce. He was assisted by Law- rence Griffin. ln addition, matinee per- formances were given on the afternoons of April 13 and 14. John Anderson func- tioned as master of ceremonies. Following portions of the program played consecutively by the Beginners Band, the Intermediate Band, and the Jun- ior Band, the high school Concert Band be- gan its program with its theme, "Say it with Music." Next the group, under the direc- tion of Mr. Griffin, played "Two Marches for Band," Erickson. Mr. Pearce then mounted the podium and directed "Over- ture in Classical Style," Carter. Then fol- lowed "Bugler's Holiday," Anderson, feat- uring a "double trumpet trio" including Ronald Van Voorhis, John Sebold, Richard Wolfe, John Spellman, Kenneth King, and Ted McMillen. A selection, "Me and Ju- liet," Rodgers, "The Duchess," Rehl, a tenor saxophone solo played by Dwight Worth and arranged by Mr. Griffin, "A Tribute to Glenn Miller," Gassp "The Typewriter," Werle, a spectacular featuring Patsy Dobbs and Maxine Whitis "playing" two typewrit- ers, "Waggery for Woodwinds," Walters, featuring George Toler, Raylene Gordon, Fred Ritter, Kay White, and Patsy McCort, "Battle Hymn of the Republic," Walters, and the theme music. The 1955 Choir Concert The Newark High School Concert Choir gave its fifteenth concert in the Music Hall at 8:15 in the evenings of May 5 and 6. Wendell M. Jones was director, Charles Booher was master of ceremonies, and Nan- cy Danford was accompanist. After the processional the choir opened its program with "Now Let Every Tongue" from Sleepers Awake, Bach, followed by "Alleluiah" from Exultate Jubilate, Mozart, and "Untold, Ye Portals" from The Redemp- tion, Gounod. Assisting in the last number of this first group were Richard Wolfe, Ted McMillen, and Kenneth King, trumpeters, and James Diuguid, tympanist. Time Morehouse sang a number. Next Jean Lees, Carolyn Donaghue, and Betty Donaghue sang a Russian folk song. The Boys' Glee Club followed with "O Morn of Beauty," Sibelius, and "Dedication," Franz. Frank Weekley closed the group with a solo. Nancy Danford played a Rachmaninoff piano number. Miss Mary Black, Class of l949, then camel forward to sing three numbers. Next participants in the Delaware Fes- tival Choir sang "Angels of Light" Borowski, and "Brother Jams's Air," arranged by Gor- don. The full choir then sang "Let Us Break Bread," a Negro spiritual, Wilson, and "Jes- us Walked This Lonesome Valley," a white spiritual, Wilson. The Girls' Choir then sang "Hymn to the Night," Campbell-Tip- ton, and "Echo Song," di Lasso. After presentation of gifts, the choir sang "O Gentle Moon," Stephen, "Looking for the Lost Chord," Lorenz, "The Deaf Old Woman," Davis, "Benediction," Lutkin, and "Sevenfold Amen," Stainer. Jean Lees directed the singing of the Alma Mater. Seated-William Offenbaker, Gary Cochanour. Standing-Mr. Hughes, Marilyn Myers, Janet Duff, Joyce Rian, Margaret Lusk, Joyce Russell. FESTIVAL PLAY At the District IV Drama and Poetry Fes- tival held here in Newark on April 7, 1956, Newark's one-act play, "Parted On Her Wedding Morn," by Leland Price, received a rating of excellent and finished second. The play was an old fashioned "meller- drama" and was well played by its cast of Joyce Rian, Faith Truehart, the heroine, Bill Offenbaker, Desmond Dalton, the black- hearted villain, Janet Duff, Bowery Liz, with a heart of gold and teeth to match, Peg Lusk, Mother Mahoney, Irish, fat, and jolly, Gary Cochenour, Excelsior Colfax, our hero, a country bumpkin, Marilyn Myers, Opal Buckingham, the villainess, slinky and sneaky. The play was directed by Robert Hughes who was assisted by Joyce Russell, SENIOR CLASS PLAY Directed by Dorothy K. McCord, the Senior Class of l955 presented the play Our Town by Thornton Wilder. It was given during Friday and Saturday evenings of May 27 and 28 in the school auditorium. For the first time in the history of the school, insofar as we know, the director had to call upon sophomores and iuniors to fill out the cast of the senior class play. Perhaps some- what on the sensational side, Miss McCord found it necessary to go to the stage on Friday night between acts one and two and explain to the audience that the play was not a farce and ask people not to laugh at scenes and lines that were not intended for hilarity. Cast of the play in order of appearance was as follows: Lee Sellers, Stage Manager, Paul Orr, Dr. Gibbs, Gary Cochenour fsophomorel, Joe Crowell, Ann Wiley, Mrs. Gibbs, Robert McGaughy, George Gibbs, Myrtle Leighton, Rebecca Gibbs, William Offenbaker iiuniorl, Wally Webb, Margaret McGlone, Emily Webb, Paul Clary, Professor Willard, Thomas Triplett, Mr. Webb, Barbara Debevoise, Woman in the Balcony, George Toler, Man in the Auditorium, Carol Hornby, Lady in the Box, Martin Frye, Simon Stimson, Anne Saxon, Mrs. Soames, Donald Brown, Constable Warren, Ronald Glover Ciuniorl, Sam Craig, William Bodoh liuniorl, Joe Stoddard, Ramon Roeder and James Duiguid, Assistant Stage Managers, Ramon Roeder, First Dead Man, Barbara Debe- voise, First Dead Woman, George Toler, Sec- ond Dead Man, Anne Saxon, Second Dead Woman, Robert Bounds, Farmer McCarthy, Sue Speer, Claudette Gutridge, Vicke Eis, Nancy Smart, Marcianne Koslow, Nancy Neighbor, townspeople, Dianne Freshour, Bar- bara Morrison, .lane Kraseman, Linnie Lec- krone, Carol Hornby, Franklin Weekley, Ron- ald Glover, Joe Harbaugh, William Pedersen liuniorl, Fred Brumage Ksophomorel, the choir. Rosalie Plaine was the assistant directress. Nancy Danford was the piano-organ accom- panist. BACCALAUREATE At 2:30 in the afternoon of June 5, on a warm Trinity Sunday, the Class of 1955 filed into the high school auditorium to the strains of "Recessional," Rousseau, played by the NHS Instrumental Ensemble under the direction of Myron A. Pearce. The Rev- erend D. W. Donaghue of the Maple Ave- nue Christian Union Church gave the invo- cation. The Newark High School Choir, under the direction of Wendell M. Jones, sang "Lead Kindly Light," Purday. The Reverend Otha R. Clary of the Cen- tral Church ot Christ entitled his address, "Calls That ChalIenge." The choir followed his remarks with "Now Let Every Tongue," Bach. Mr. Donaghue pronounced the bene- diction and the seniors left the auditorium to the strains of the Rousseau number. Candidates for graduation were escorted to their places by Beverly Mossman and Margaret Smucker. Ushers were John An- derson, David Boyce, Gary Brookhart, Thomas Cochran, David Guest, Thomas Hartman, Norman Huber, and Herbert Koehler. SENIGR CLASS PICNIC On June 8 the Class of 1955 held its annual picnic at the Sunset Club just south of Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Pounds of cup cakes, sandwiches, and potato chips and cases of coke were transported to the scene ot activity. The hours were passed in swimming, dancing, and standing around. COMMENCEMENT The ninety-eighth commencement was held at White Field on June 9 at six-fifteen in the evening. Again a week ot rain and generally unpleasant weather caused anx- iety among faculty and students. However, Thursday evening did not present rain to mar the proceedings. The Class of 1955 was escorted to the scene of graduation by Beverly Mossman and Margaret Smucker as the band played "Pomp and Circumstance," Elgar. The Reverend C. M. Dantord of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church gave the invocation. The band, under Myron Pearce, followed with the number, "Curtain at Eight," Walters. Samuel B. Gould, president of Antioch College, chose as his commencement ad- dress the subiect "Education tor Creative Leadership." Superintendent Paul Bl. Ed- wards presented awards and recognized various groups in the high school. Next Stacy C. Conrad, president of the Board of Education, presented to the class their diplomas. Mr. Danford pronounced bene- diction and the Class ot T955 tiled from the field. lAn error in computation has voided the consecutive numbering ot previous com- mencements as reported in former year- books. As stated above, the Class ot 1955 participated in the ninety-eighth commence- ment exercise.D I 119 Row 1-Valarie Bastin, Tom Cochran, editors David Boyce and Ed McCament, Row 2--Susan Coelho, Joyce Russell,. Gloriann O'Brien, Shirely Griffith, Claire Grunewald, Marilyn Bodoh, .lames Spang ler, and Michael Claggef. REVEILLE STAFF Gathering news, writing it, typing it, cutting stencils, pasting up dummies, run- ning off pages, walking to the engravers, dashing to the printer, collecting pages, stapling pages, distributing the paper-all of these iobs and many more are the activ- ities of the members of the Reveille staff. David Boyce, editor of the Reveille Re- view, which is now in its third year of pub- lication as a mimeographed periodical, had the responsibility of seeing that news and features continued to fill the columns of the monthly. Edward McCament, editor of this Reveille yearbook, directed the taking of pictures, the writing of articles, the identify- ing of portraits, and the collecting of sta- tistics. A small staff of workers strived to make these two publications as interesting and all-inclusive as possible. Their adviser was Mr, Kingery. An additional activity for the past two years has been an attempt by members of the Reveille to collect a complete file of the Reveille annual. To date, yearbooks from 1921 through 1955 have been re- ceived and these have been bound in five- issue volumes. The immediate proiect is to discover all copies, usually six issues a year, from 1911, the year the Reveille was initiated, through 1920. The staff has also been able to obtain a few issues of Hetuck, the school publication before the Reveille. Row,,'I-Claudia Holeton, Karla Mason, Pat Martin, Molly Evans, l.ynn Simross, Darrell Dick, Stan Drozdowski lbehind speakerl. Row 2-Janice Caldwell, Beverly Brookover, Roberta Benson, Judy Haga, Patty Volz, Lynn Watson, Johanna Skin- ner. Row 3-Sylvia Coyle, Mary Jane Ritchey, Gloriann 0'Brien, Judy Pierson, Jo Ann Harper, Nancy Grove, Richard May- hew, Tim Morehouse. Row 4-Homer Hill, Kenny King, Joe Howarth, Jerry Weaver, Jim Spangler, Fred Spitzer, Fred Ulrich, David Brooks, Ronald Swart. Row 5-Brooke Baker, Ted McMillan, Keith House, Charles Rogers, Tony Oxley, Bill Sidwell, Warren Dickover, Dick Conner. Row 6-James Abbot, Mike Claggett, Larry Leedy, Tom Lawyer, Thomas Lawrence. Row 7- Sue Lytle, Nancy Messimer, Mollie Williams, Georgia Zaras, Sue Hollar, Kay Scott, Mildred Gilham, Gerald Kappes. Row 8- Sue Burden, Sharon Mount, Diana Cartnal, Judy Tronstein, Joyce Rian, Bob Morris, Mary Ann Pound, Bill Duffee, David Petty, Mary Carter. Row 9-Frank Wickam, Don Smailes, Dick Francis, Dave Boyce, John Anderson, Herb Koehler, Marilyn Myers, Margaret Smucker, Marcia Deming. Row 10-Ralph Utterback, John Sutphen, Joe Corby, Jacqueline Goodwin, Joyce Fulk, Joyce Russell, Sue Coelho, Miriam Kuster, Barbara Cooper, Roberta Danford. Row 'll-Sharla Patten, Sharon Spitzer, Janet Duff, Shirley Griffith, Jo Kramer, Nancy Shannon, Carolyn layman, Tittica Roberts. Row 'IZ'-Miss Keckley, Danny Cochran, Tom Cochran, George Krebs, Kenneth Scott, Valarie Bastin, Pat Denny, Nancy Greer. Row 13-William Bodoh, Bob Moore- head, Norman Huber, Edward Hunkins, John Harlow, Jim Hall, Jim Huddy, Loyd Davis. COLLEGE The College Club for the second straight year was open to both junior and senior students. This year club members heard in- teresting information from the following universities and colleges: Kenyon College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cap- ital University, Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio State University, Muskingum College, Wabash College, Ohio Wesleyan University, CLUB Ohio University, and Western Reserve Uni- versity. A film was shown on Marietta College, Miss Keckley was the adviser for the club. Officers were as follows: Darrell Dick, president, Stan Drozdowski, vice pres- ident, Mary Ann Vogelmeier, secretary, Ronald Swart, treasurer. Row 'I-Beverly Brookover, lynn Simross, Marilyn Bodoh, Carolyn Donaghue, Connie Finney, Delcie Myers, Betty Oliver, Janet Piper, Laura Ward. Row 2-Claudia Holeton, Patti Church, Zona Schworm, Marcia Deming, Beverly Mossman, Karla Mason, Ruth Pettit, Nan- cy Shannon, Shirley Blackstone, Janice Wise, Mary Welsh, Carolyn layman, Mary Martin. A Row 3-Marilyn Myers, Barbara Cooper, Mary Ann Nethers, Margaret Smucker, John Anderson, Dave Patterson, Dave McKiernan, David Guest, Mary Ann Pound, Mary Carter, Miss Florence Boyd. Row 4-Gary Kreider, Dick Rice, Herb Koehler, Darrell Dick, David Boyce, Don Smailes, John fgmhen. HONOR SOCIETY Forty-two seniors were elected to the membership of the Newark chapter of the National Honor Society by the faculty com- mittee composed of Miss Boyd, Miss Keck- ley, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Dickerson, Mr. Kingery, and Mr. Stoeckmann. Requirements for membership are a 3.3 average for seven full semesters and a good reputation. The 1956 Honor Society is the largest in the his- tory of the school. Dr. Floyd Faust from Columbus spoke at the annual recognition assembly on April 12. The banquet was held at the Manor House on April 27. Officers for the year were Marilyn Myers, president, David Boyce, vice president, Betty Oliver, secretary, Mary Ann Pound, treasurer. The faculty adviser was Miss Florence Boyd. A 'Y lAcross beginning at frontj Row 'I-Brenda Larason, .lerry Weaver Charlene Scott Row 2-David Boyce, John Sutphen, David Patterson, .Ioe Corby. Row 3-Richard Mayhew, Sylvia Shawhan, Lynn Simross. Row 4-Gary Brookharf, James Abbott, Janet Lieber, Nancy Jones Row 5-Robert Blakely, David Brooks, Ted Benson, Paul Daugherty, Herb Koehler. Row 6-William Gull, David Petty, James Ritchey, Gary Dudgeon, William Offenbaker, Thomas Petrill. Standing-Mike Smith, Mr. Ralph Rice, Gary Kreider, David Guest. CONTEMPORARY The T955-56 school year has been the most successful year of the Contemporary History Club's four-year operation. An ex- ceptionally interested group of students to- gether with the fifth-period meeting time has enabled the club to remain active throughout the year. Topics of discussion in this club come under the general category of current po- litical and economic problems at home and abroad. On October 27 Mr. Thomas Nor- pell, local attorney, spoke to the club about the proposed City Charter Commission. On December 8 a panel discussion on iuvenile delinquency made up the program. Other HISTORY CLUB programs have included a discussion on the United Nations led by Mr. Kenneth Kreider, a speech by the Honorable Aurel E. Coffman, a discussion on problems con- cerning the high school, and discussion of topics of national significance. On April 7 and April T4 fourteen mem- bers of the club attended the mock po- litical nominating conventions held at Cap- ital University. The officers for the year were as follows: Gary Kreider, president, David Guest, vice president, Mike Smith, secretary-treasurer. The faculty adviser was Mr. Ralph Rice. Row 'I-Claire Grunewald, Eleanor Scaffied, Jane Kirk, Judy Newman, Susan Coelho, Joyce Eifinger, Ann Trexel. Row 2-Lynn Simross, Claudia Holeton, Marilyn Myers, Patti Church, Marcia Deming, Karla Mason, Carol Jones, Joyce Fulk, Arlene Lane, Marilyn Bodoh, Marsha Farquhar, Marianne Riley, Nancy Groves, Penny Kennedy. Row 3-Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Rexroth, Peggy Luck, Alice Danford, Gloriann O'Brien, Valerie Bastin, Sylvia Coyle, Sharon Mount, Joanne Metcalf, Judy Tronstein, Sue Lightle, Susan Hipsher, Connie Strouse, Connie Collins, Sally Loughman, Linda Martin, Sally Devereaux, Martha Cline. Y-TEENS the chairmanship of Carol Jones and her committee. On December 31 members of Y-Teens sold little blue crutches for the benefit of the polio fund. In addition, dur- ing the year some of the officers went with Mrs. Games Slayter, who is on the board at the YWCA, to help organize Y- Teen organization in the iunior high schools. The Y-Teens had an Easter service proiect under the chairmanship of Tittica Roberts and Sue McDonald. The Y-Teen cabinets were entertained with a tea at the home of one of the ad- visers, Mrs. Harry Rexroth, Sunday after- noon, December 4. The club had a dance, the Sock Hop, November 26, at which Y- Teens received sixty-five dollars which went into the many service projects. The annual spring dance was held April 7. Judy Tronstein, chairman, and her committee made it a success. On May 13 the Mother- and-Daughter Banquet was held at the YMCA. Linda Philips was chairman of the committee that planned it. OFFICERS The Y-Teen Club heard many interesting speakers. At the first regular meeting on October 20, Dr. Mark Smith, Dean of Men at Denison University, spoke on "Teen-Age Problems." On December 15, Mrs. Georgia Fatig spoke to and showed the members many beautiful and interesting Christmas decorations. Mrs. Brian Wilson, executive secretary of the YWCA, was the speaker for the February 28 meeting. For the closing event of the year, senior and iunior mem- bers were entertained with a beautiful tea at the home of Mrs. Games Slayter. The Y- Teens as a gift to the school brought to the student body Nil Muldur, a Turkish girl from Denison University, who spoke on the topic "Let's Talk Turkey." Sue Coehlo brought to the Y-Teen members a manners clinic, with speakers from Denison Uni- versity participating. Y-Teens, a part of the YWCA, this year had 274 members, including sophomores, iuniors and seniors. Y-Teens had two teach- CContinued on Page H73 Row 'I--Roberta Nutter, Lurinda Stevens, Deanna Church, Christine Hammack, Noretta Hunt, Carol Whitis, Joyce Mont- gomery, Linda Kerns, Gail Boyer. Row 2-Mona Rose Bowers, Carol Yvonne Bowers, Ruth Smith, Connie McClain, Margie Lescody, Margery Lusk, Carol Chaney, Pat Fulk, Linda Loar, Marianne Crist, Beverly Brookover. Row 3-Janet Leek, Judy Groves, Barbara Jones, Ida Cline, Linda Baumgartner, Nancy Jones,l Suzanne Humes, Donna Buckey, Joan Canter, Carolyn Cochenour, Judy Cartnal, Dianna Clark. Row 4-Judy Northrup,, Cora Sue Loper, Nancy Earley, Kaye Brown, Sharron Lynn Powell, Barbara Jo Church, Dixie Lee Myers, Pat Sullivan, Gretchen Rader, Beth Worth, Judy Class, Betty Posey, Ruba Buchanan. Row 5-Nancy Farquhar, Linda Friel, Judy Glasmeier, Carolyn Parker, Sue McDonald, Marilyn Crebs, Shirley Brearley, Mollie Lewis, Nancy Skinner, Linda Hornung, Margie Basford. Row 6-Vivtoria Lannan, Mary Fleming, Ann Purvis, Linda Smart, Kay Durant, Judy Storer, Arlene Spiker, Phyllis Robinson, Sandy Warthen, Carol Stedman, Barbara Miller, Becky Brodt, Judy Weaver. Row 7-Betty Smith, Judy Markham, Judy Hofacker, Darlene McMannis, Mary Dozer, Judy Anderson, Patricia Denney, Virginia Berger, Marcia Johnson, Mary Alice Grumm, Sharon Shade, Nancy Riffle, Deanna Hahn. Row 8-Phyllis Cooperider, Mona Darnes, Judy McLaughlin, Judy Ulrick, Shirley White, Suzanne Deming, Emilie Neff, Marilyn Boder. Row 9-Janie Yost, Martha Wilson, Marilyn Boell, Pat Kunkle, Jo Anne Clark, Rosemarie Butts, Roberta Buckey, Barbara Sears, Sherrie Sherman. Y-TEENS The Y-Teen organization at Newark High had a very successful year in 1956 with one hundred and seventy-one new mem- bers initiated into the club. The rough in- itiation was held Tuesday, November l, in the high school gym. The girls wore unusual and odd clothes to their afternoon classes. Then after school new members were divided into four groups with the old members taking charge of the stunts, such as the bubble-gum contests and three- legged race. On Sunday, .lanuary 15, at three-thirty in St. Paul's Evangelical Luth- eran Church, the Y-Teens had their very impressive annual dedication service. The initiation centered around a candle-lighting ceremony. The meetings this year were held on the first and third Thursday of each month, the first meeting for the cabinet, which consists of officers and chairmen of the important committees in the three classes, the other, a regular meeting for all the members. The only requirement for joining Y-Teens was a one-dollar membership fee of which 75c went to the National and District YWCA for health camps. The remaining 25C of each dollar was used for club activities. Each year delegates are sent to the District Summer Conference. Last year's delegates were Patti Church, senior president, Lynn Simross, senior vice president, and Sharon Mount, junior president. This year a scrap- book was planned by Sue Coelho and Claire Grunewald which will be sent to the con- ference this summer. lt will contain news- Row 1-Betty Fee, Marilyn Trimble, Peggy Mohler, Claudia Bringardner. Margaret Smucker, Marcia Ann Boell, Mollie Evans, Pattie Martin, Shirely Blackstone. Row 2-Molly Bryan, Linda Phillips, Saundra iger, Mary Carter, Diane Blakeley, Delcie Myers, Rosalie Hughes, Nancy Anderson, Rose Williams, Barbara Wright, Ruth Westbrook. Row 3-Diane Cartnal, Judie Whitehead, Pat Webb, Connie Finney, Sandy Inscho, Judy Pine, Barbara Thompson, Clara Taylor, Sandra Woolard, Beverly Hotchkiss, Janet Duff, Shirley Griffith. Row 4-Barbara Braddock, Carolyn Petty, Jo Ann George, Martha Finley, Diana Walker, Sue Vogelmeier, Carolyn Keylor, Beverly Mossman, Pat Volz, Judy Pierson, Mary Jane Ritchey, Paula Maye Roan, Ida Freeman. Row 5-Diane McFarland, Patty Knisely, Betty Sue Goddard, Judy Graft, Connie Myers, Marilyn Tol- liver, Brenda Larason, Barbara Jones, Wanda Houdeshell, June Winkelman, Earlene L. Cline, Nancy Metcalf, Mariorie Morgan. Row 6-Nancy Messimer, Tica Roberts, Joyce Long, Joyce Russell, Linda Flannigan, Ruth Ann Null, Connie House, Carol Roberts, Chloe McNutt, Elinore Long, Janet Marmie, Judy Markle, Mary Lybarger, Nancy Martin. Row 7-Kay Ann Scott, Emily Sue Hollar, Barbara Northrup, Beth Ann Sawyer, Charlotte Shaffer, Linda Sanders, Sue Brooks, Joan Dugan, Barbara McKim, Natalie Art, Barbara Hunter, Sue Leckrone, Susan Toler, Rosalie Rizzo, Delores Wells. Row B-Betty Carson, Hilda Clemings, Mary Ruth Keller, Sherry Lookenott, Kay Roberts, Donna Gutridge, Janet Cunningham, Jo Ann Harper, Charlotte Miller, Sally Plummer, Judy Pyle, Barbara Campbell, Carol Buchanan, Bonnie Glass, Vicky Carver. Row 9- Mary Lippincott, Susan, Fredritz, Betty Lou Elk, Linda Lippon cott, Jaunice Friend, Mary Alice Clayton, Brenda Cantlan, Stella Merrie Darkes, Barbara Drumm, Bonnie Whyde, Patti Eis, Leann Lucas, Marla Cline, Barbara Dishon, Linda Crowley. Y-TEENS paper clippings and material on proiects, programs, and public services of the Y- Teens. The Y-Teen main purposes were to serve others, create better personalities, and de- velop stronger character. The main project for the year was the Starlight class, which has been organized for mentally retarded children. On Saturday, November 12, Tag Day was held for the benefit of this class and other Y-Teen projects. Y-Teens collect- ed S503.25 during the day. On Tuesday, November 17, Margaret Smucker, chairman for the tag day, presented a check for S250 to Mrs. Warren Weiant, who was the speak- er at the Y-Teen meeting. She spoke about the mentally retarded and told what a won- derful iob the Starlight class was doing for these children. Some of the other public services which the members worked on during the year were the Christmas party held Sunday, De- cember 18, at the County Home. Sally Devereaux, sophomore service chairman, had charge ot setting up a program and purchasing gifts, The women received wool shawls and the men heavy socks. A Christmas party was held December 21 for the Starlight Class by a committee from the Y-Teens which supervised the party. A party was also given at the YWCA for un- derprivileged children, December 20, under Row 'I-Sandra lmhoff, Marilyn Boder, Susan Fredritz, Donna Buckey, Shirley Blackstone. Row 2-Rebecca Brodt, Maria Cline, Farline Cline, Sylvia Shawhan, Roberta Danford, Beverly Moss- man, Carmella Hansford, Miss Helen Dorn. LIBRARIANS The library assistants are under The su- pervision of Miss Helen Dorn. The staff, which is composed of Twelve girls, aids oTher students in Taking advantage of li- brary methods and materials. Students help in The library one period each day and are required To have a knowl- edge of library procedures. Besides help- ing with regular library duTies, the assist- anTs also Take care of bulleTin boards and displays. The library club formed This year meeTs the second and fourTh Tuesdays of every month To discuss meThods of improving li- brary sTandards. The presidenT for the past year was Beverly Mossman and The secreTary was Shirley Blackstone. Row 1-Nancy Messimer, Mrs. Low, Mary Ruth Keller, Georgia Zaras, Sharla Patten, Tim Morehouse, Kay Scott, Susan Coelho. Row 2-Mollie Williams, Mildred Gilham, Mary Ann Vogelmeier, Mary Ann Pound, George Vaia, larry leedy, Darrell Dick, Nick Makris,. Judy Pierson, Sue Burden, Valarie Bastin, Sharon Spitzer, Sherry Lookenott, and Sue Hollar. FRENCH CLUB The aims of the French Club this year were to learn more about French customs, language, country and people. At the first meeting of the club the following officers were elected: Sharla Patten, president, Mary Ruth Keller, vice president, Georgia Zaras, secretary, Tim Morehouse, treasurer, the club was under the direction of Mrs. Rose Low. At many of the meetings the mem- bers listened to French records, such as the recordings ot Lily Pons, and also sung many French songs. On October 25 the meeting was held in the high school audi- torium where all three language clubs met to watch a movie on the works of the Unit- ed Nations. This past year many members corresponded with students in other lands. Row 'I-Mrs. Rose Low, Frieda Heid, Pat Denny, Beverly Brookover, David Brooks, Fred Ulrich, Ted McMillen, John Sutphen. Row 2-Pat Martin, Karla Mason, lynn Simross, Jackie Goodwin, Gloriann O'Brien, Jo Ann Harper, Judy Anderson, Virginia Bergies. Row 3-Ronnie Swart, .lim Abbott, Brent Myers, John Harlow, Larry Hamm. GERMAN CLUB The purpose of the German Club is to learn some German customs, traditions, songs, games, and to carry on German conversation. On September 21 the German Club held its first meeting and elected club officers. Officers of the year were Beverly Brook- over, president, Frieda Heid, vice president, Pat Denny, secretary, David Brooks, treas- urer. Mrs. Rose Low was the club adviser. During the meetings this year the club has listened to Schumann's "Fraudenliebe und Leben," sung by Lottie Lehmen with Bruno Walter at the piano, played a Ger- man number game called Bumm, carried on German conversation with one another, written to pen pals, whom the members were able to get in touch with through German pen pal cards received in club meetings, saw a movie with the Spanish and French clubs on the work of the United Nations, sang Christmas songs in German: "O Tannebaum," "Stille Nacht, Heilege," and listened to a recording of "Stille Nacht, Heil-ege Nacht," sung by Margaret Weber. Frieda Heid, a member of the club, who had visited Germany with her family in 1949, talked to the members about her trip and showed some pictures of Ger- many. Members also divided into two teams and had a German spelling bee. Row l-Mrs. low, Carolyn laymen, Connie House, Roberta Danforcl, Shirley Blackstone Marcia Deming, Jo Ann Kramer, Sandy lnscho, Janet Duff, Barbara Northrup, Sharon Mount Tlca Roberts Judy Whitehead. Row 2-Donna Kay, Richard Bowman, .lim Huddy, Bill Bocloh, .lim Hull, Dean Bowman Duck Mc Connell, Tom lawyer, Joe Howarth, Jake laefer, Don Barber, Jim Spangler, Betty Bromley EL CLUB DE ESPANOL lt is the purpose of the Spanish Club to better each member's knowledge of the history, geography, and civilization of Spain and other Spanish American countries. The activities throughout the year have consisted of listening to Spanish conversa- tion records, playing Spanish games, and learning Spanish songs. After a second election the following were chosen as officers of the club: Richard McConnell, president, James Huddy, vice president, James Hull, secretary, and Joseph Howarth, treasurer. Mrs. Rose Low served as adviser of the club. Row l-Mr. Pearce, David Patterson, Buddy West, Marie McCartan, Beverly Brookover, Charles Miller, Joe Wallace, Carole McLaughlin, Sue McDonald, Betty Oliver, .loan Canter, Virginia Weisner, Sharon Markle, Phyllis Robinson, Mary Beth Worth, Marcia Boell, Marilyn Crebs, Donna Dickover, Geraldine Retherford, Sandra Pound, Brent Conaway, Joe How- Hfill. Mr- Black. Row 2-Charlotte Jones, Jaunice Friend, Carol Whitis, linda loar, Franklin Wickham, Dave Wolfe, Tom lawyer, larry Gander, Eddie Jones, Jack McHenry, Ellis Harris, .lim House, Judy Class, Glenda Ashenhart, Denny Woods, Sue Montgomery, Billy Ratliff, Pat Fluharty, Cynthia Dunlap John Knectges. Row 3-Judy Northrup, Gary Humbert, Cora Loper, Carole Hite, Kenny King, Dick Prouty, Ted McMillen, Ronnie Ronnie Cunningham, Bob Callander, Marguarite Bishop, leroy Waldren, Roy Thompson, Dick Huston, John Keller, Geodfrey Danner, Gary Sams, Ronnie Trager, Barbara Northrup, Sue Hollar, Sally Lowe,, Janice Wise. Row 4-Marianne Crist, linda Dunn, Saundra Warthen, Sherry lookenott, lynn Watson, Phyllis Piersley, Shirley Dewitt, Shirley Brearly, Yvonne Gander, Larry leedy, George Dell, Larry Hoover, Jim Ritchey, Jim Redman, Allen Pound, Homer Hill, Judy Ashcraft, Eleanor Brown, Judy Haga, Judy Brutchey, Nancy Rob- inson. Row 5-Darlene McMannis, Carole Baird, Judy Hofacker, Lafern Bostic, Carol Stedman, Mollie Lewis, Jackie Goodwin, Janet Duff, Pat White, John Price, Judy Weaver, Dick Cochran, larry Dispennette, Betty Dillenger, Sandy Ford, Beatrice Spurrier, Trudy Stevents, Joyce Montgomery, Barbara Spring, Mary Ruth Keller. Row 6-Kay Scott, Sue Burden, Donna Gutridge, Connie Crego, Evelyn Bodoh, Barbara Cooper, Kay Roberts, Darrell Dick, Warren Dickover, Alfred Haga, Ronnie Maidel, Bill Bodoh, Larry Mitchell, Joe Dumm, larry Stickle, Phil Hiblaler, Jerry Fifield, Bill Offenbaker, Danny Cochran, Jerry Sipe, Phyllis Dusthimer, Tom Danley. BAND During the term the band has contributed a great deal to Newark High School. Under the direction of Myron Pearce, the band has taken an active part in many of the social events in and around the city of Newark. The band played at teachers' banquets, music festivals and contests, football games, and a few as- semblies throughout the school year, On August 19, l955, the band left Newark by train for a five-day trip to Washington, D. C., and New York City. They were ac- companied by Mr. Pearce and parents of band members. ln the evening of August 23, the band headed the Ohio delegation of the Knight Templar parade in New York City. The trip was an exciting and memorable event and included guided tours throughout both cities. The main goal of the band in the early part of the semester was to obtain money for new uniforms by selling tickets on a i955 model car. The raffle was very successful. At the football games many new intricate formations were displayed. Among the civic duties the band performed was its active part on Tag Day in December. ln February band mem- bers took an active part in the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival at Delaware. The district con- test of the Ohio Music Education Band, Or- chestra and Chorus concert was held in New- ark under the auspices of the music depart- ment. A Spring Concert, held April ll-13, was an important activity for the band. The band en- tered the State Solo and Ensemble contest at Washington Court House and the State Band, Orchestra and Chorus contest at Ohio State University. At the close of the second se- mester the band participated in the gradu- ation exercises. Row I-.lean McCleary, Carol Kinney, Arlene Peck, Ann Wilson, Philip Richcreek Edmond Romme, linda Hornung, Eleanor Hilleary, Donna Parsons, Frieda Speaks. Row 2-Don Dickerson, Ruth McMichael, Mary Low Tims, Carol West, Julie Kotner Marcia Brothers, Mary Hornyak, Carol Children, Gilbert Hornyak, Alan Acock, Ritai Schmidt, Connie Coelho Ann Wentz Mariorie Webb. Row 3-Nancy Bradshaw, Mr. Wayne Thomas, Warren Dickover. ORCHESTRA The orchestra is the renascent addition to the Music Department of Newark High School, being in its second year since its discontinuance in 1948 and it renascence in the tall of 1954. It consists of iunior high and senior high school members. Eight members from Newark High School played in the orchestra this year. During the school year the orchestra played at various iunior high schools in Newark. Mr, Wayne Thom- as was its director. Row 1-Donna Gutriclge, Barbara Johns, Nancy Johnson Patty Zesiger, Beverly Wilfong, Mary Fleming. Row 2-Wilma Worman, Glenna Williams, .lean Williams, Carolyn Hughes, Louise Seidel, Patty Price, Barbara Miller Row 3-Norma Fairley, Roberta Benson, Shirley Miller, Joyce Quack, Ruth Nutt, Shirley Sensabaugh, Dotfy Bryant Virginia Price, Farline Cline. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics Club was organized this year to further the study and interest of students in home economics. On September 15 the Home Economics Club met and elected club officers. The following officers were elected: Patricia Zesiger, president, Barbara Johns, secre- tary, Beverly Wilfong, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Bennington was the club's adviser. During the year the Home Economics Club has discussed various money-making proiects. A suggestion box was decided upon. On February 8 the club heard Mrs. Charles Taylor, a war bride who was a home economics teacher in Germany during the war years. She showed the club slides of homes and businesses in her home town and compared appliances, ways of living and schools with those in the U, S. In May the Home Economics Club held its annual spring picnic. Row 1-Harold Duckett, Sharon Donaghue, Susan Hamilton, Rebecca Kieber, Rila Drumm. Row 2-Maxine Dawson, Joann Durden, Brenda laracon, Judy Kiebor, Zona Schworm, linda Smith, Carolyn Donaghue Row 3-Elizabeth Chapman, Janice Friend, Nancy Iflyre, Nancy Dailey, Barbara Jones, Sandra Keck, Harold Height R d . shoe, James e man Row 4-Hilda Clemings, Joan Dugan, Diane Fitzsimnlons, Ann Gosnoll, Carol Heidi, Mariorie Green, Darlene Drumm Mrs. Dickerson. HI- C CLUB The Hi-C Club assembled every second and fourth Monday under the advisorship of Mrs. Fleeta Dickerson. Approximately forty members belong to this club. They all were responsible for the morning Scripture readings over the public address system. The programs included group discussions and speeches by ministers who explained the various beliefs and doctrines of their different denominations. Their group dis- cussions led by a panel out of the club was given on the subiects of "Recreational Op- portunities for the Christian Youths of New- ark." The Reverend C. M. Pomeroy of the First Baptist Church was the speaker on Decem- ber l2g Reverend C. Green of the East Main Methodist Church on February 13, and Mr. Ralph Stewart, Cleveland, of the Church of Christ Scientist on March 12. On April 9, the speaker was Reverend D. W. Donaghue of the Maple Avenue Christian Union Church. As the last guest speaker, Father Sulli- van of St. Francis de Sales Church repre- sented the Roman Catholic faith, The officers of the club were as follows: Carolyn Donaghue, president, Rita Drumm, vice president, Beth Worth, secretary, and Jim Redman, treasurer. Row 1-Beverly Mossman, Patti Church, Judy Tronstein Row 2-Mary Ann Pound, Marilyn Myers, Sharon Spitzerl Row 3-l.ynn Simross, Connie Myers, Barbara Campbell, Stoeckmann. Row 4-Margaret Smucker, Dave Guest, Gary Brookhart, Row 5-Tim Morehouse, John Anderson, Dave Patterson, Joanne Metcalf, Janet Piper, Mike Claggett. Sharon Mount, Beverly Brookover, Sylvia Cole, Leann Lucas. Susanne Deming, Richard Holback, John Sutphen, Ernie Kuhn Judy Pyle, Phil Miller, Dick Prouty, Susan Coelho, Alice Danford Ronnie Swart. STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council consisted ot repre- sentatives which had been chosen from a list of possible candidates submitted to teachers by the principal and then elected by the entire student body. Officers for the year were David Patterson, president, Gary Brookhart, vice president, Margaret Smucker, secretary, David Guest, treasurer, and Mr. Frew Boyd, adviser. Meetings were held every Wednesday the fifth period in Room 405. Many problems concerning the student body were discussed and resolu- tions which were aimed at benefitting the school were passed during these meetings. On April 28 Mr. Boyd, David Patterson, Michael Claggett, and Philip Miller attend- ed the annual state convention. It was held at Shaker Heights High School in Cleveland. The Council also made plans to send some representatives to the national convention, which will be held in Dayton this summer. The Council approved a new Council char- ter on March 23 which will be submitted to the student body for its approval at a later date. BUSINESS STAFF Row l-Nancy Messimer, Martha Finley, Rosalie Hughes, Marilyn Trimble, Arlene lane, Kay Scott, Sand lnschoe, Janet Duff, Linda Flannigan. Row 2-Tica Roberts, Pat Volts, Jody Skinner, Judy Whitehead, Mary Alice Clayton, Sue Hollar, Sherilyn Bowell, linda Kerns, Molly Bryan, linda Phillips. Row 3-Linda Martin, Kay Roberts, Susan Toler, Sylvia Shawhan, Becky Brough, Sharla Patten, Ruth Null. Row 1-Beverly Brookover, Lynn Simross, Marilyn Bocloh, Claudia Bringardner, Peggy Mohler, Connie Finney, Delcie Myers, Karla Mason, Shirley Blackstone, Marsha Deming. Row 2-Marcie Farquhar, Dixie Myers, Gretchen Rader, Joyce Eifinger, Ann Trexel, Donna Buckey, Marilyn Boder, Gail Boyer, Marcia Boell, Carolyn Petty. Row 3-Pat Sullivan, Barbara Cooper, Betty Posey, Joyce Fulk, Dianne Blakeley, Barbara Campbell, Roberta Buckey, Bob Laird. Not Pictured-Susan Coelho. ROOM AGENTS Row Row Row Messimer. Row 4 bara Martin. 1.. 2- 3- Janet Leek, Linda Friel, Willeta Ackers, Nancy Grove, Susan Coelho. Jake laefer, Mike Jeffries, Jerry Fifield, Bob Kerns, Ken Scott, Ken Gregg. John Melton, James Redman, Bob Anderson, James Safford, Tom Elk, Mike Claggett, Jim Abbott, Nancy Phil Miller, Leonard Wooles, Tom Swank, Granger McKinney, Bill Bibler, Brent Conaway, Ralph Duty, Bar- Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 -Beverly Brookover, Sharron Powell, Nancy Early, Karla Mason, Nancy Anderson. -Darrell Dick, Bob Morris, Joe Corby, Gretchen Rader, Joyce Fulk. -Donna Buckey, linda Hornung, Sharon Donaghue, Slyvia Shawhan, Joe Kramer. -Becky Brodt, Barbara Wright, Lucille Lambert, Linda Swan, John Sutphen, Barbara Hunter. Row I-lynn Watson, larbara Cooper, Jo Kramer, Beverly Broolrover, Peggy Mohler, Marsha Farquhar Sandra Inscho Janet Duff, Linda Flannigan. Row 2-Jody Skinner, Dixie Myers, Gretchen Radar, Shirley Blackstone, Joan Dugan, Delete Myers Donna Buclrey llo- herta Buclrey, Ruth Null, Pat Volz, Karla Mason. Row 3-Sherry Lookenott, Mary Ruth Keller, Sally Plummer, Judy Pyle, lynn Simross Barb Northrop Sue Broolu Arlene Lane, Joyce Fulk. PATRONS STAFF An important adiunct to the Business Staff in soliciting money for the Reveille Annual is the Patrons Staff. Started with the 1949 book, the collection by members of this staff lends valuable monetary as- sistance to the treasury of the yearbook and thereby assures the high quality of the publication. Each member of the staff receives a list of names. Named individuals are invited to contribute to the Reveille fund. Potential contributors are seen. Sue Coelho was chair- man of the group. Mr. George Stoechmann supervises the group. Row 'I-Mr. Logan Crossland, Mr. Walter Davidson, Robert DeMooy, Douglas Basford, William Bib- bler, Charles Coutellier. Row 2-Richard Bausman, Keith Helms, James Huddy, Thomas Hartman, David Petty, William Bodoh, Jerry Bishop, Jake Laeufer, Robert Culp, Richard McConnel. HI-Y A varied program of activities featured the Hi-Y's current school year. The club sponsored a dance at the YMCA. It pur- chased several games for the youth de- partment of the Y. Members sold pennants for basketball games. Hi-Y was in charge of the Easter chapel. Later members took a trip to Niagara Falls during the Easter vacation. Programs fea- tured Robert Flory, local attorney, speakers from the Army Reserve, and several movies. Officers were Douglas Basford, presi- dent, Richard Hughes, vice president, Rob- ert DeMooy, secretary, William Bibler, treas- urer, and Charles Coutellier, chaplain. Mr. Walter Davidson was faculty adviser. Row I-Janet Leek, Linda Crowley, Janet Cunningham. Row 2-Francis Moore, Judy Class, Sally Plummer, Barbara Campbell, Sue McDonald, Barbara Mc- Kim. SOPHOMORE DEBATE For The second sTraighT year Newark High School was represenTed in The National Forensic League TournamenT, held This Time in San Jose, California, June 20 Through 24, 1955. The Newark Team placed seven- TeenTh in The naTion. ATTending were Neal O'Brien and HerberT Koehler, debaTers, and Susan Coelho, alTernaTe. Mr. T. Edwyn Dick- erson accompanied The group. ImmediaTely upon The reTurn To school in SepTember, debaTers seTTled down To gruel- ing sTudy of The naTional quesTion-"Re- solved: ThaT governmenT subsidies should be granTed according To need To high school graduaTes who qualify for addiTional Train- ing." On December TO The Team parTici- paTed in a debaTe clinic aT The Ohio STaTe UniversiTy where Newark came ouT wiTh eleven wins and nine losses. AT Columbus NorTh High School on December 17, The A Team won six debaTes while The B Team recorded Tive wins and one loss. One C Team won six while The oTher won Two and IosT Tour. William Offenbaker won a TirsT in original oraTory. Four Newark debaTe Teams Took parT in The all-evenTs TournamenT held on January 7 aT MiddleTown. Over TwenTy high schools were represenTed. From This Tourney New- ark came home wiTh sevenTeen wins and seven losses. Offenbaker again Took a TirsT in original oraTory. AT The CanTon McKinley TournamenT Newark reTurned The Traveling Trophy They won lasT year when The de- Row 'l-Gary Kreider, Susan Coelho, Herb Koehler, Gary Dudgeon. Row 2-Gary Brookharf, Joan Melcalf, John Anderson, Gary Cochenour SENIOR DEBATE baTers Took five wins and one loss To land a second place. On January 23 Two New- ark Teams enTered The TournamenT aT Marys- ville High School. The B Team earned a Trophy wiTh a record of five wins and one loss. However, The A Team made only a Th ree-Three record. On February 4 an A Team won five ouT of six conTesTs aT Heidelberg College in Tif- fin. AnoTher A Team won Two buT losT four aT DayTon Chaminade while The B Team ended up wiTh one win and five losses. On February 18 The NHS debaTers wenT To The IasT of The inviTaTional TournamenTs. One squad wenT To DayTon while The oTher com- peTed aT Massillon. AT DayTon Newark broke even wiTh Three-all, while aT Mas- sillon The Dickersonmen won four and dropped Two. On March 2 and 3, afTer compeTing in eighT rounds of The Oregon sTyle debaTe aT Ohio UniversiTy, Newark won second place in The NFL TournamenT. Braving wind and sTormy weaTher, The Newark debaTers Then parTicipaTed in The sTaTe finals, March 16 and 17. Newark won Two and losT Two in The final evenT of The local forensic program. During The TournamenT Susan Coelho earned The rank of fourTh in The sTaTe in exTemporaneous speaking. DebaTers who graduaTed in June were John Anderson, Gary BrookharT, Gary Dud- geon, HerberT Koehler, and Gary Kreider. Mr. T. Edwyn Dickerson was coach. Row I-Bill Bodoh, Kirby Gull, Bill Offenbaker, Herb Koehler, John Anderson, Tim Morehouse. Row 2-Mr. Hughes, Joyce Rian, Nancy Shannon, Susan Coelho, Molly Evans, Carolyn Layman, Karla Mason. Row 3-Peg Lusk, Marilyn Myers, Claire Grunewald, Claudia Holeton, Nancy Messimer. Row 4-Carol Sfauffer, Mary Ann Pound, Mary Ann Vogelmeier, Mary Carter, .lo Kramer. THESPIANS This year the Thespian Troupe sponsored one play Time Out for Ginger. The Ronald Alexander play was a success and credit is due to Those members of the troupe who gave their time and effort to make the play a success. This year the Thespian Troupe had an honor that very few high schools have had. The Newark Troupe sponsored the District IV Dramatic Festival of the Ohio High School Speech League, on April 7. Normally these festivals are sponsored by the various universities in Ohio. The Thes- pian's entry for the Festival was Parted On Her Wedding Morn, by Leland Price. Officers for the year were Ron Glover, president, Bill Offenbaker, vice president, Garry Cochenour, secretary, and Kirby Gull, treasurer. Mr. Robert Hughes was the spon- sor. February 15 was the date of initiation for eight students into the Thespian Troupe. The new members are Bill Bodoh, Mary Carter, Herb Koehler, Jo Kramer, Carolyn Layman, Peg Lusk, Joyce Rian, and Mary Ann Vogelmeier. Row I-Mr. Ashcroft, John Knechges, Bill Bodoh, Norman Huber, Richard Hoback, Betty Sue Goddard, John Anderson, Mr. Steinberger. Row 2-Arlene Spiker, Linda Kerns, Lawrence Acton, Charles Abbott, Mariorie Morgan, Mary lippincott, Hummel Keim, Dick Masteller. Row 3-Don Smailes, Stan Drozdowski, Brooke Baker, larry Walden, Gary Dudgeon, Dick Conner. Row 4-Dick Garee, Stanley North, Herman Neely, Terry Raison, John Sutphen, Ralph Utterback, Joe Corby, Bob Mor- ris, Bob Moorehead. Row 5-Charles Rogers, Ken King, Tony Oxley, Bill lonzo, Bill Sidwell, Dick Mayhew, Herb Koehler, Kirby Gull. Row 6-Tom Johnson, Thomas Barrick, George Dell, Dan Cochran, Tom Hartman, Tom Cochran, Bob Cameron, Warren Drckover, Buddy West. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club this year has been sup- ported by some forty members, all of whom were interested in learning more about science. This year the club was divided into two sections, chemical-physical and biological. Each of these sections was responsible for several programs. These programs included several motion pictures, a demonstration of archery, a talk on orchids, and exhibits and explanations of the projects the people from the club took to the Science Day held in Columbus. The officers this year were John Ander- son, president, Richard Hoback, vice presi- dent, William Bodoh, treasurer, and Betty Goddard, secretary. The faculty advisers were Mr. P. G. Steinberger and Mrs. Virgil Ashcraft. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Row I-Miss Florence Myer. Row 2-Claudia Holeton, Jackie Purks, Barbara Church. Row 3-Shirley Blackstone, Sharon Mount, Molly Evans. 2 M-' Q Q f flax la., Row 1-Miss Florence Myer, Sally Devereaux, Ann Trexel, Joyce Eifinger Row 2-Judy Newman, Judy Groves, Judy Tronslein. Row 'I-Rosalie Rizzo, Janet Duff, Jo Ann Kramer, Carole Baird, Jackie Goodwin, Judy Pierson, Mary Jane Ritchey, Marilyn Crebs. Row 2-Molly Lewis, Sandra Cline, Nancy Greer, .lune Winkleman, Roberta Benson, Marla Cline, Linda Hornung, Barbara Drumm, David Wilkin, Sue Burden, Tim Morehouse, Brenda Cantlon, Jo Ann Harper, Mary Carter, Freida Heid, Mrs. Kauber. FUTURE TEACHERS, CLUB The Future Teachers' Club was reorgan- ized This year. lt had twenty-seven mem- bers and the adviser was Mrs. Kauber. The officers for the club were Jackie Goodwin, president, Carole Baird, vice president, Jo Kramer, secretary, Frieda Heid, treasurer. The group had several interesting pro- grams, featuring a panel discussion by 4-1 A group of vivacious girls, the cheer- leaders of NHS, is the aspic salad to the main dish of the extracurricular sports' menu. They struggle, plead, shriek, clap their hands, waltz around, and valiantly strive to boost morale of Teams and the spirit of The student body. They lend a helping hand at athletic banquets, make long Trips to places where Newark may eight members of the group, a talk by Mr. Forrest Moran on elementary teaching, and teachers' workshop. Some of the group's activities were stu- dent participation in a radio program, in a teachers' meeting, in a Tea, and in the teachers' workshop. be found facing opponents, and regu- larly fizz all over The environs whenever feminine effervescence is needed. Reserve cheerleaders bubble about dur- ing preliminary basketball contests and help to heat the general temperature of mass enthusiasm before The main event. Miss Florence Myer serves as coach of both groups. Standing-Dave Brooks, Nick Dragics, Dave Patterson, Larry Dispennette, Norman Huber, Ed McCament, Jim Hanes, Adviser Mr. Hale, Trent Ralston, Willie Thomas, .loe Corby, Bob Moorehead, John Sutphen, Bob Morris. Row I-Jim Abbott, Ronnie Swart, Bob Baldwin, Brooke Baker. Row 2-Dick Rice, Dick Franks, Dick Prouty, Stan Drosdowski. Row 3-Dick Spence, Dick Francis, Jerry Krebs. Row 4-Paul Walker, Tom Cochran, Ralph Utterback. Not pictured-Don Smailes, Mike Claggett, Ted McMillian, Tink Henry, Fred Pryor, Leonard Wooles, Ernest Kuhn, Loyd Davis, Lee Kennedy. KEY CLUB The Key Club of Newark High School en- ioyed one of its most active years this year. Forty-three members were enrolled in the group which met on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7:30 in the Fi- bergias Club Rooms. The officers for the year were John Sutphen, president, Joe Corby, vice president, Mike Claggett, secretary, Bob Morris, treasurer, and Norman Huber, chap- lain. The advisers were Mr. Jack R. Hale of the high school faculty, and Dr. William Myers of the Kiwanis Club, the sponsor of the group. The main obiective of the club was to de- velop high standards of ideals in the home, school, and community. The board of directors of the year consisted of Willie Thomas, Ronnie Swart, and Dick Spence. Their iob was to as- sist the officers in the direction of proiects, programs, and activities, Many proiects filled the cIub's agenda for this year. The first proi- ect was the ushering of the sophomores around the high school on the first day of school. Just before Christmas the Key Club undertook the proiect of selling candy. This project proved very successful, for the boys sold over 51,000 worth of candy with a net income of about 5300. Ushering at all home football and basketball games was carried out by the club'under Mr. Hale's supervision. The Newark Key Clubbers donated their services for parking cars at the county-wide ox roast held at Moundbuilders Park on Oc- tober 22 of this year. The loaf-for-a-life cam- paign and the Teens Against Polio programs also received help from the Key Club. The programs of the year were scheduled to include entertainment and educational ben- efits for the club. The whole club toured the Fiberglas plant in Newark, November 30, on a guided trip with Mr. James McMillen, and Radio Station WCLT on February 15, with Bob Pricer showing the boys around. Space travel was the topic of Mr. Callendine, science teacher from Roosevelt, chose to talk about November 30. Dick Pontius, a social worker, explained his work and also fascinated the boys with some sleight of the hand magic on November 2, December 7 Mr. Pomeroy of the First Baptist Church had a very interesting dis- cussion concerning predestination. Dick Mc- Coy, a collector of guns, displayed his col- lection and answered many questions on Feb- ruary 1. A Korean soldier, John Hallan, home on leave, talked to the club February 28 about his various experiences as a soldier. Neal Loughlin attended two meetings this iContinued on Page H71 V P. T. A. The NHS Parent-Teachers Association en- rolled 633 members this year. Officers were Mrs. Garmon Conaway, president, Mrs. Glen Prior, first vice president, Mr. Frew C. Boyd, second vice president, Mrs. V. M, Blum, secretary, and Miss Doris Olpp, treasurer. Committee chairwomen were as follows: Mrs. Jesse Cartnal and Mrs. Arthur Tronstein, blood program co-chairwomen, Mrs. Charles Coyle, hospitality, Mrs. Earl Humes, devotions, Mrs. Lee Hotchkiss, pub- licity, Mrs. Wilbur Eis, membership, Mrs. Gale Piper, magazine, Mrs. W. C. Myers, scholarship, and Mrs. Orville Stevens, his- torian. On October 26 the organization held its "Back to School Night" which was a class visiting experience for parents and an op- portunity for them to exchange certain observations with teachers concerning off- spring. On November l7 the group con- sidered physical and mental health. On February 16 members witnessed a Found- er's Day program honoring past presidents and sipped tea. On April 19 they were entertained with a musical and dramatic program. The stated aim of the high school unit of the P.T.A. is to promote the welfare of youth in the home, school, church, and community. CHORUS Row 'I-.loan Iler, Audrey Henry, Sandra Biddle, Barbara Tucker, Linda Loar, Sharon Donaghue, Marilyn Boylan, Delores Freeman, Mary Freas, Rosemarie Butts, Carolyn Williams, Donna White, Janet Piper. Row 2-Carolyn Parker, Janice Friend, Glenna Askenhart, Marjorie Davis, Wilma Blackburn, Darlene Freeman, Ruth Brad- ley, Nancy Metcalf, Earlene Cline, Bertie Wright, Carol Chaney, Connie Slrouse, Reba Buchanan, Nancy Dailey, Mr. Wendell Jones. Row 3-Dotty Bryant, Pat Fulk, Barbara Ables, Diane Blakeley, Margie Basford, Peg Lusk, Ruth Westbrook, Rita Drumm, Barbara Wright, Barbara Kidwell, Beverly Wilfong. Row 4-Ronald Orr, Ronald Wetzel, Gene Loar, Tim Morehouse, Lloyd Hoskinson, Karl Poland, Robert Wright, Tom Danley. The chorus, during the 1955-1956 school year, has consisted of approximately 165 members divided into four classes. This group participated in many events during The year. Among the Chorus activities were several solo and ensemble contests held at Mt. Vernon and Kent State University. Dur- ing the winter months the Chorus sang for the PTA council banquet, participated in a Christmas program at the Second Baptist Church, gave a short concert for the Shrine Ladies' Club, and sang at the St, David's Day banquet in Granville. The chorus en- tertained Delta Kappa, teachers' sorority, in the Taft Hotel in March. The active group participated in a hymn festival at Trinity Episcopal Church in May. ln the district contest, held in Newark, the chorus participated and won many su- period ratings, The annual spring concert, held in the Music Building, was the last maior event in which the chorus partici- pated. l i l Row l-Deanna Church, Hester Hukill, Rosalie Hamilton, .loan ller, Sandra lmhoff. Row 2-Frank Wright, Larry Hamm, David Wilkins, Mr. Straclley, Harolcl Heightshoe, Charles Smith, larry Ault. ' SALES ORGANIZATION The Sales Organization, under the direc- tion of Mr. Edward Stradley, functions only during the football season. It is composed of students who wish to gain knowledge and practical experience in merchandising. All refreshments at the football games are sold by this group. The majority of the stu- dents are paid on an hourly basis for their services, while a few work on a commis- sion. The proceeds are used for school activ- ities or to purchase something from which the majority of the student body will bene- fit. This year the organization has again given some money to the Student Council, which has in turn used the fund for as- sembly programs. The organization helped to sponsor the contestants of the Debate Club's trip to California last summer. A few rooms do not have electric clocks. The or- ganization is at present purchasing clocks for them. Row 'l-lfront to backl Jo Ann Mentley, John Perrill, Shirley Farmer, Marlene Richey, Bob Melton, Don Smith, Mary Ann Neighbor. Row 2-lfront to backl Nancy Wages, Mary Claggett, Martha Claggett, Evelyn Wright, Nanette Duckett, Joan Wyckoff Margie Spring. Standing-David Guest, Tom Bradshaw, Bob Blakely, Miss Marguerite loos, state supervisor of distrivutive education Mr. Bernard Ny-e. DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The local chapter of the Distributive Edu- cation Clubs of America has had one of its mast successful years to date. During Feb- ruary ll and i2 the group saw its member David Guest elected to the state presidency. On March i2 the club sponsored a dance in the gym with 350 in attendance. Claudia Bringardner was chosen queen of the dance with Dave Guest doing the pleasant task of crowning the queen. On Thursday evening, March 22, Mr. Nye and Dave Guest were guests of the Retail Merchants Council at its banquet held at Moundbuilders Country Club. The Council's president announced at that time Mr. Nye and Dave would have their expenses paid by the Council for their trip to St, Louis to attend the national convention of the Dis- tributive Education Club of America to be held April 25-28. Dave is running for na- tional vice president in charge of public relations. On March 23 the club participated on lt's Hi-Time. Robert Blakely, Shirley Farmer, Nanette Duckett, Joan Wyckoff, and David Guest were interviewed by Sue Coelho con- cerning the program work of D.E. This year the banquet was held May 29 at the Carousel Supper Club. Approximate- ly fifty persons were present including the national president of DT, Jim Jackson from Zanesville, Ohio. The theme for the ban- quet was "Today's StudentwTomorrow's Businessmen." Officers were David Guest, president, Robert Blakeley, vice president, Shirley Farmer, secretary, John Parrill, treasurer. Mr, Bernard Nye was the adviser. Row I-Mr. Rose, Phil Koblens, Bolo Laird, Ron Trager, Beverly Mossman, Larry Cooper, David Roof, Richard Garee, Kenny Brian. Row 2-Jim Wright, Charles Coutlellier, Ron McDonald, Don Richard, Dale Henry, John Kline, Lowell Kreager, Dale Watson Row 3-Don Parker, Keith Helms, Charles Hufford, Brent Conway, Maurice West, Robert Azloell, Charles Bruner, Tom Law rence, Leroy Waldren. Row 4-Ronnie Boylan, Robert Butler, John Shepard, Harold Miller, .lake Laeufer, Harry Bevard, Durwood Jones, Frank Wright, David Lewis. Not pictured-John Jones, Ed Haynes, Larry Lee. VISUAL SERVICE CLUB Since the inception of the Visual Service Club in 1954, with an enrollment of eigh- teen students, it has grown to fifty-five members. Since membership has grown at such a rapid rate, it has become necessary to draw up a constitution under which stu- dents in the future will apply for member- ship to the club by application. After a member has been admitted to the club, he goes through a training pe- riod before he is qualified to operate pro- jectors. After the training course he is giv- en a card showing that he is qualified. Aft- er showing eight hours of film, he is given an operator's certificate. Running the movies, he will receive points: four for noon movies, four for assembly programs, three for classroom movies, two for movie helper, and one for ticket taker or seller at noon movies. When he has received TOO points, he will be awarded the club em- blem. This year thirteen members pur- chased iackets. The purpose of the club is to serve the school and community. Up to this time the organization has shown ll5 classroom movies. The club also sponsored noon movies but they were discontinued because of lack of student support. Atkleim 1 Q Row I-Manager Ronnie Orr, Herman Foster, Robert DeMooy, Ronald Glover, James Tyrer, Charles Monnett, John Ridella, Manager Harry lamb. Row 2-Manager Richard Rice, Fred Pryor, Richard Shields, Richard Cash, Richard Roth, Robert Oder, Edward McKee Coach Maxwell Kipp Douglas. COLUMBUS WEST Newark High School's powerful edition of a '55-56 basketball team made Their debut in Newark's Senior High Gymnasium on November 25 by dropping Co- lumbus West 55 to 54. As per usual the 'Cats started slowly and were behind at one time 7 to O early in the first quarter. However, a fielder and a pair of foul shots by Monnett broke the ice for the 'Cats as they trailed 'Il to 8 at the end of the first period. Newark fell behind by as much as twelve points in the second quarter, as they trailed 24 to 12 and 28 to 14. In the waning minutes of the quarter Tyrer came up with two quick baskets and Glover a fielder from the corner to cut the Cowboys' lead to 28 to 20 by intermission time. The third stanza of play saw the 'Cats go wild as they racked up 22 points to West's 7 to take a com- manding lead of 42 to 35 by the end of the period. GIover's fine shooting from the outside highlighted this quarter as he dropped in four straight one-handers from the forecourt. After Monnett scored on a bunny shot to open the final period, the Cowboys from Columbus cut the Coach Douglas Richard Cash Charles Monnetl lead to 42 to 35 by the end of the period. Glover's fine shooting from the outside highlighted this quarter as he dropped in four straight one- handers from the forecourt. After Monnett scored on a bunny shot to open the final period, the Cowboys from Columbus cut the lead to 44 to 42 with 5:17 remaining. At this point Glover fouled out and was replaced by Foster. West, however, never quite managed to take the lead in the final quarter, but with only five seconds remaining the Cowboys man- aged to break a Newark stall and get away a desperation shot which rimmed the basket and fell out. Glover was the high point man for Newark with 14 points, followed by Tyrer and Monnett with 12 apiece. DOVER Newark's powerful quintet with one win under their belt had a sluggish first half but opened up in the third quarter and defeated a belligerent Dover team 49 to 44 in the Senior High Gym on December 2. The 'Cats outplayed in the first half went to their dressing room with the score knotted at 24-all. Only Roth's outside shooting kept Newark near the Tornados in the first stanza of play as Dover led at the end of the first quarter 13 to 12. Newark rallied midway in the third quarter for eight straight points to forge ahead to stay, After Dover launched a counterattack to cut the lead 47 to 44, Dick Roth drove the length of the floor to ice the game for the 'Cats. The win was the second in New- ark's infant season and first in COL play. Newark was paced by Dick Roth and Chuck Monnett, each with 16 markers. Jim Tyrer, junior center, added 11 to help in the attack. CAMBRIDGE Newark's ever- improving Wildcats thoroughly trimmed the Cambridge Bobcats on the Armory floor in Cam- Rich ard Roth Herman Foster Ron Glgyer Rdblrf Oder Robert DeMooy ff e, I 'gwg '1, 1 ' 1552215-Q 5 '1 , bridge by the score of 76 to 55 on the night of December 9. Newark had little trouble through- out the contest as they led at the end of every quarter by more than double the score. Cambridge led twice, that being in the first quarter by scores of 2 to O and 4 to 3. These leads were short- lived, however, as Newark held a lead of 15 to 7 at the end of the first pe- riod. After being ahead 34 to 15 at the half-way mark, the Wildcats poured it on in the third stanza as they scored thirty-one points. Monnett got 17 of his 24 points in this quarter. The fourth quarter saw the floor flooded with replacements as Newark led 65 to 31 at the beginning of the final chapter. Four players entered the double- figure column for the 'Cats with Mon- nett leading the way with 24, fol- lowed by Ron Glover with 12, Her- man Foster with 10, and .lim Tyrer with 10. ZANESVILLE With Dick Roth and Chuck Monnett leading the way with 20 and 16 points respectively, Newark High's Wildcats trounced Zanesville 58 to 34 at Zanesville on December 16. The 'Cats were held to a 20-20 deadlock at half-time before they ex- ploded in the third and fourth quar- ters. Both the Blue Devils and the Wildcats had trouble in finding the nets in the first and second periods, although Newark led IO to 9 at the end of the first stanza. The second quarter was a nip-and- tuck affair which saw Zanesville tie the ball game up by intermission time with two quick successive buckets. Five straight fielders by Monnett in the third period broke the Devils' backs as Newark led 35 to 26 going into the fourth period. The fourth stanza saw Roth pick up the load as he iced the game for the 'Cats on five baskets from the field. With the score 55 to 30, Coach Max Douglas flooded the floor with sub- stitutes. Fred Pryor ,james Tyger Jdhn Ridella Edward McKee MARIETTA The sleek Wildcats of Newark High reg- istered their fifth consecutive victory of the '55-'56 season in the Senior High Gym by smashing Marietta 77 to 54. The visiting Tigers led 2 to 0 and 4 to 2 before Dick Roth started a string of 10 straight points for Newark with a set shot. Owning an 11-point lead at the end of the first quarter, the 'Cats hit a cold second quarter and the aggressive invaders got back into the ball game. Marietta at one time sliced the lead to 33 to 29. Glover then dropped in a fielder to give Newark a half-time margin of 35 to 29. The 'Cats started to pull away from the invaders for keeps in the opening minutes of the third stanza and led 53 to 44 going into the fourth period. Foster, the 'Cats sixth man, sparked Newark in the final quarter as he tallied five fielders. Monnett paced the well-balanced New- ark attack with 18, followed by Foster with 15 and Glover with 14. Jim Tyrer and Dick Cash posted 10 apeice. MARION Newark's 'Cats, gathering steam like the proverbial locomotive, made it six straight victories as they blasted Marion 78 to 56 in Senior High Gymnasium on December 29. The Wildcats, with a string of nine straight points, held a commanding lead of 21 to 14 going into the second quarter. Newark cemented the victory with a skein of 13 consecutive points mid-way in the second quarter. By intermission Newark owned a commanding 42-to-24 bulge. The two teams battled on even terms in the third period with the 'Cats outscoring the Presidents by iust three points, 20 to 17. Going into the final chapter, Newark led 62 to 41. With 3:25 remaining on the clock, and Newark leading 72 to 43, Coach Douglas cleaned off the bench. Glover led the 'Cats with 23, followed by Monnett with 17, Roth with 16, and Cash with 12. COSHOCTON First place in the Central Ohio League was gained by Newark as they swept past Coshocton's Redskins 53 to 46, December 30 in the latter's gymnasium. The Douglasmen got off to a ragged start in the first quarter as the keyed-up Red- skins led by as much as eight points. The 'Cats were behind 16 to 12 at the end of the first stanza. In the closing minutes of the second period Newark snapped a 25- to-25 deadlock with two quick baskets to give them a 29-to-25 lead at half-time. The 'Cats stayed ahead the rest of the ball game, but the Redskins were in conten- tion until the start of the final period when the 'Cats scored ten points to Coshocton's two and took command of the situation with a 51-to-40 lead. Cash and Glover tallied 14 points apiece while Tyrer, Newark's iunior center, scored 12 to help swell the Newark total. LANCASTER Newark's high-flying Wildcats scored their eighth straight victory and sixth with- out a loss in COL play as they defeated the Lancaster Golden Gales in the local gymnasium, 68 to 49, on January 6. The 'Cats had a run of ten straight points in the second quarter to erase Lan- caster's only lead which was 4 to 2. By the end of the first quarter Newark led 12 to 4. Lancaster bounced back in the second quarter to pull within two points of the 'Cats, 20 to 18, goals by Foster and Glover, however, pulled Newark ahead again. At half-time, Newark owned a 32-to-25 ad- vantage. I The Gales continued to pester the 'Cats in the third stanza as they reduced the lead to five points 34 to 29, before the 'Cats netted five straight counters to pull away again. Going into the final chapter, New- ark was in front 46 to 37. The Wildcats packed the game away in the final quar- ter as they outscored Lancaster 21 to 12. Glover tallied 17 points to lead the Newark scoring. Tyrer and Foster each had 14 while Monnett dropped in 13. CHILLICOTHE By virtue of defeating the Chillicothe Cavaliers, 64 to 44, in their own gym, the Wildcats of Newark High gained a two- game lead in the COL race on January 13. The Cavaliers gave the Newark fans some anxious moments as they iumped to an early 4-to-O lead before the 'Cats finally scored on Cash's pair of foul shots. Newark owned a slim 9-to-8 lead at the end of the first quarter. In the second period the Cavaliers moved ahead 16 to 13 before the Wildcats sacked up seven straight markers to go ahead to stay. The intermission saw the slow-starting 'Cats on top by only two points ,28 to 26. Newark ripped the game wide open in the third period as they scored fourteen points to the visitor's eight and took a 42- to-34 lead at the close of the third stanza. All Chillie hopes of an upset were shattered when Newark took a 51-to-36 lead mid-way in the fourth period. Dick Roth with 14, Monnett and Foster with 12, and Ron Glover with 11 paced Newark's well-balanced attack. DOVER Newark's high-flying Wildcats were sud- denly brought to earth in Dover's cramped gymnasium on January 20 by virture of a stunning upset by the Dover Tornados, 50 to 45. With a run of nine straight points The scrappy Dover team was able to hold a commanding lead of 13 to 8 over a sur- prised Wildcat team. Newark outscored the Tornados 15 to 14 in the second quarter, but The Tornados were still in front 27 to 23 at The inter- mission. The 'Cats Took Their next-to-the-last lead of The fray when Cash and Tyrer connected on Two straight buckets to make iT Newark 33, Dover 30. Dover came right back, how- ever, with Two quick goals to lead aT The close of The quarter 34 to 33. In The fourth stanza with 3:45 to play in The game, The Douglasmen were in front, Thanks to a field goal and a charity Toss by Cash. This completed The Newark scoring, however, as Dover hit for eight straight points to hand The Licking County school its first land onlyi setback, Newark had three players in the double- figure column with Jim Tyrer getting 13, Cash 12, and Monnett 10. CAMBRIDGE Newark High School's basketball Wild- cats climbed back on the winning Track January 21 by bowling over the Cambridge Bobcats 73 to 54 in Newark's Senior High Gym. The 'Cats never trailed as they clawed their way to a 22-to-11 advantage by The end of the first quarter. After leading 27 to 13 early in the second period, Newark went through a dry spell and Cambridge promptly shaved the margin to seven points, 27 to 20. At this point the Wild- cats hit another hot streak as they scored eleven markers to The Bobcats' two. By half-time Newark was in front 38 To 25. The Third and fourth stanzas were all Newark's as they led 54 to 39 going into the final chapter. At one point in this quar- ter the locals were on Top by a 21-point margin, 51 to 30. Coach Max Douglas cleaned his bench in the last quarter. The entire 1 1-man Wildcat squad saw action, Jim Tyrer, husky iunior center, spear- headed Newark's attack with 21 points. He was followed by Monnett with 15, Dick Cash with 13, and Ron Glover with 11. ZANESVILLE Newark's high-powered Wildcats ob- tained their eleventh win in Twelve starts by steamrolling over the Zanesville Blue Devils in Senior High Gymnasium, 60 to 31 on January 27. The 'Cats, although getting off to a slow start in the first quarter were never pressed by Zanesville. Newark led all the way, bouncing off to a 4-to-0 lead before the Blue Devils scored on Two Throws. It was Newark 10, Zanesville 4 at the close of the first stanza. Newark completely dominated the sec- ond quarter. The Wildcats tallied 16 points, nine of them in succession, compared to only eight by Zanesville. By intermission, the Douglasmen held a commanding lead of 26 to 12. AT the outset of the second half, New- ark rattled home 10 consecutive markers To go ahead 36 to 12. By the close of The third period, Newark held a 44-to-19 ad- vantage. Coach Dauglas flooded the floor with substitutes the final quarter. Ron Glover led the 'Cat attack' with 23 markers on 10 field goals and three foul shots. Dick Cach, the 'Cats' field general, had 13 points. MT. VERNON With a skein of 14 straight points in the first four and one-half minutes ofthe fourth quarter, The Newark Wildcats were able to capture a 68--to-59 win over Mt. Vernon on January 28 at Mt. Vernon. The triumph boosted Newark's record To 12 and 1. The Yellow Jackets were rated tenth in the state while Newark held sev- enth place in the Associated Press poll be- fore the game. MT. Vernon led Newark after each of the three periods of a nip-and-tuck battle, but suffered a big blow when it lost its Two big boys, Rine and Hoyt, via the five-foul route. The Douglasmen started their bid for vic- tory after Rine fouled out with 1:41 to go in the third quarter. Tyrer added a basket after missing a charity toss, and then Dick Cash hit on two foul shots. The 'Cats led at one time, 56 to 45, after Tyrer cut loose with a couple of goals and one each by Glover, Monett, and Cash. The game was a see-saw affair in The first and second periods, as neither team led by more than six points. The score at the end of The first stanza read Mt. Vernon 14, Newark 13, while the Jackets led by two at half-time, 29 To 27. Ron Glover again was the spark for Newark as he poured through 21 points on nine baskets and three foul shots, Tyrer was next with 19, followed by Cash and Monnett with 10 apiece. MARIETTA Newark High's big and rugged Wildcats dominated both bankboards as they de- feated Marietta's Tigers 68 to 49 on the Rivertown floor on February 3. The first stanza was a hotly-contested affair as it ended in a 13-all deadlock. By intermission, however, the 'Cats, with good shooting from Tyrer, were leading 30 To 25. The third period saw the 'Cats outscore The Tigers 17 to 7 to hold a commanding 42-to-37 lead going into the final chapter. The last quarter saw Tyrer drop in 11 points as he totaled 34 for the evening. Monnett had 14 and Cash 10 to help swell the New- ark total. COSHOCTON' Newark High's powerful Wildcats, strik- ing with The force of a hurricane, demol- ished Coshocton's Redskins on The 'Cats' home court on February 10 by the over- whelming score of 102 to 40. The Wildcats riddled the Coshocton de- fense for 40 field goals and 22 free throws in racking up an all-time school record. The one-sided win gave Newark at least a share of the COL championship. Coshocton's unlucky Redskins couldn't cope with the 'Cats as Newark led 23 to 10 and 42 to 21 at the end of the first and second periods respectively. By the close of the third chapter, Newark held a lead of 75 to 30. Fred Pryor drove in for the 100th point with 1:15 remaining on the clock. A few seconds later he dropped in another goal to set the final 102. Dick Cash and Jim Tyrer were Newark's scoring leaders with 22 and 20 points re- spectively. Ron Glover and Herm Foster tal- lied 12 apiece to help the attack along. LANCASTER The Newarkites showed little polish and skill against The aggressive Lancaster Gold- en Gales, but had enough power and spirit to wrestle out a four-point decision, 58 to 54, in Lancaster's gym on February 17. The victory gave Newark the COL champion- ship. was the first such championship since 1952 when Newark and Cambridge each shared the top spot. The game was a thriller all the way. Newark led most of the time, however, be- ing ahead once as much at 10 points, 30 to 20. By half-time the Gales sliced the Newark advantage to 34 to 28. After the 'Cats clawed into the lead 40 to 32 in the third period, but the roof fell in on the surprised Douglasmen as the Golden Gales knotted the count at 44-all. After a see-saw battle, Cash drilled in a long set shot and Foster scored from under- neath to ice the game for Newark with 1:10 remaining. All the Newark starters hit the double figures as Monnett had 14, Tyrer 12, Cash and Glover 11, and Foster 10. Later in the evening Efflo Tyrer, father of Newark's iunior center, James, passed away at a friend's home in Lancaster, the result of a heart condition. MT. VERNON A turn-away crowd saw the Newark Wildcats, ranked eighth in the state, drop Mt. Vernon's powerful Yellow Jackets, 68 to 62, for the second time this year. The game was played in Senior High Gym on February 18. Newark coasted along in comfort until the closing minutes of the third stanza when the Jackets staged a spirited rally. Trailing the 'Cats by twelve, 53 to 41, Mt. Vernon narrowed the margin to five, 53 to 48, going into the final chapter. With 4:34 to play in the game, the Jackets narrowed the count to a single point, 59 to 58. At this point the Douglas- men went to work and salted the game away with a string of seven straight points. Monnett added the final points of the game with a drive-in fielder after Newark put an effective stall with 2:30 remaining. Previous to the Mt. Vernon uprising, Newark held leads of 21 to 9 and 36 to 23 at the first-quarter mark and at half-time. Offensively and defensively, it was all Jim Tyrer as he dominated both bank- boards and dropped in 24 points. CHILLICOTHE By virtue of defeating the Chillicothe Cavaliers on the Cavaliers' floor on Febru- ary 24 by the score of 42 to 38, the 'Cats established a record of seventeen wins and one loss. This record is bettered only by the '43-'44 team which racked up 20 straight victories. A sluggish first quarter put the 'Cats on the short end of a 10-to-8 score. In the second stanza Newark checked the Chillie with only one field goal and two foul shots while Newark themselves racked up 16 points to hold a commanding lead of 24 to 14 at half-time. In The low-scoring third stanza Newark managed eight points and Chillicothe six. The Cavaliers got four of these in the final seconds. Going into the hectic fourth quarter, Newark was leading 32 to 20. Behind 40 to 27, Chillicothe closed out with a rush, scoring 11 points to Newark's two. Glover sparked the 'Cats with 14 while Foster backed him up with eight. BASKETBALL SUMMATION Winning seventeen out of eighteen starts, Newark High's powerful 1955-56 Wildcats established a record only sur- passed by the 1943-44 team which tallied twenty straight victories. The over-all rec- ord was 19-2. Dover was the only team to beat the 'Cats in the regular season play. The Douglasmen suffer a "mental let- down" before the Central District Class A Tournament held at the Fairgrounds Coli- seum and were defeated by the Columbus South Bulldogs in the semi-finals of the lower bracket by the score of 59 to 55. Co- lumbus South went on to win the lower bracket. The 'Cats cinched the Central Ohio League championship two games before the season terminated by defeating the Lancaster Golden Gales at Lancaster. This marked the first COL championship since 1952, when the laegue leadership was shared with Cambridge. The highlight of the year was Newark's double defeat of Mt. Vernon. Mt. Vernon at one time was ranked tenth in the As- sociated Press Poll while the 'Cats ended in the seventh spot in the state. In post-season honors, Dick Cash, New- ark's fiery senior guard, was given hon- orable mention on the INS All-Ohio team. Cash was placed on the second team of the Central District Tournament honor team, while Ronald Glover was given honorable mention. ln league honors, Cash and Chuck Monnett were given first-team berths while Jim Tyrer and Ron Glover were placed on the second dream team. Herm Foster was given honorable mention. Senior members of the team were Ron- ald Glover, Robert Orr, Richard Cash, Her- man Foster, Robert DeMooy, Richard Roth, Charles Monnett, and Richard Rice and Douglas Basford, senior managers. 1955-'I 956 SCOREBOARD Newark ............................ 55 West .......... 54 Columbus Newark ......... ....,....., 4 9 Dover .......................... 44 Newark . ....,.,. .. ,........ 76 Cambridge ....... ..... . -55 Newar k . .. ..... .. ......... 58 Zanesville ., ....,...34 Newark ......,. .... . ....,. 7 7 Marietta -.. .... ..-54 Newark ,,....... ....... 7 8 Marion ..... ........ 5 6 Newark ,........ ........... 5 3 Coshocton ..... ........ 4 6 Newark ......... ........... 6 8 Lancaster ....... ........ 4 9 Newark .......... ........... 64 Chillicothe ..... ........ 4 4 Newark ,,.....,.. ,.......... 4 5 Newark ..... ..... .......... Dover ............ ..... ........ 5 0 ........54 73 Cambridge ......... Newark ..,..,.,.. ...,..... . .60 Zanesville ..... .,.,.,.. 3 I Newark ......... ........... 60 Mt. Vernon ..... ........ 59 Newark ......... ....... 68 Marietta ....... ........ 4 9 Newark .. ........ ......... I 02 Coshocton ..... ........ 4 0 Newark. ......... ........... 5 8 Lancaster ....... ........ 54 Newark ...... ........... 68 Mt. Vernon ..... ........ 6 2 Newark ...... .. ....... 42 Chillicothe ....... ........ 3 8 TOURNAMENT Newark. ........ ........... 7 2 Grandview .................. 52 Newark.. ..... .................... 5 2 Bexley ........................ ,42 Newark .... ......... .............. 5 5 Columbus South .......... 59 Central District fupper bracket ................ Columbus North District ilower bracket! .............................. Columbus South Regional .,., ,..................... . ................... C Ieveland East Tech State Champion-Middletown Row I-Dan Evans, Jim Pettit, Dave Swick, Richard Henry, Robert Orr, Lee Kennedy, Allen Lane, Maurice Hartley, .lim Breneman, Jerry Weaver, George Acock, Charles Monnett, Carl Reed, Herman Foster, Fred Ulriclc, Jim Leslie, and Bill Duffee. Row 2-Coach Joe Carlo, Coach Bill Olmstead, Granger McKinney, Fred Pryor, Leonard Wooles, Larry Jones, Jerry Bishop, Keith Hague, Donald Smailes, Brent Myers, Ed McKee, Douglas Grandstaff, James Tyrer, Donald McVey, Richard Cash, Ronald Sullivan, Tom Myers, Coach Jim Allen. COLUMBUS EAST Columbus East's powerful Tigers, ranked among the top five teams in Ohio, defeated the Newark Wildcats l4 to O at White Field stadium on Sep- tember l6 in the l955 season opener. The Wildcats, facing the strong de- fense of East, only succeeded in pene- trating to the Tiger 29-yard line. New- ark gained only three first downs in the entire ball game. Following fifteen plays and five of their eleven first downs, Gate Walker drove over left tackle for the TD, cli- maxing the 77-yard drive. Comer's placement-try was good. Walker took Chuck Monnett's punt on his own 27, and, receiving key blocks, raced down the sidelines for pay dirt. Comer made good his extra-point attempt making the final score 14 to O. Coach Carlo MARION The Newark High Wildcats won the first game in two starts of their season play at Marion over the Marion Harding Presidents on September 23. New- ark scored the only touchdown of the rainy night when Jerry Weaver, iunior tackle, recovered a fumble on the Marion 25-yard line, In two line smashes by Reed the ball moved to the six. After Dick Cash ran right tackle for two, Bill Duffee bulled over left tackle for Newark's first score of the T955 season. Cash's extra-point attempt was good to make the score 7 to O. Newark dominated the whole game to make 7 to O the final score. Tom Teuscher, star senior guard, broke his leg for the second straight year in this fracas and was consequently out for the re- mainder of the season. COSHOCTON On September 30, the Newark High Wildcats opened their T955 Central Ohio League Contest at White Field by crushing the Coshocton Redskins 32 to O. Although Newark managed to top the Coshocton team, another Wildcat letterman, Bill Duffee, was iniured. A shoulder iniury sidelined him for the remainder of the season. A beautiful pass from quarterback Chuck Monnett to Duffee gave the Newark team their first touch- down. The play covered 57 yards. Carl Reed, Wild- cat fullback, scored another TD for the Cats in the second quarter, Eddie McKee and Don McVey were the other Newark scorers in the game. DOUG GRANDSTAFF DAN EVANS CARL REED CHARLES MONNETT 164 CHILLICOTHE The Newark Wildcats were able to squeeze out a 7-to-0 win over the Chillicothe Cavaliers on October 7 at Chillicothe. During the whole first half each team turned in spectacular defensive play as each team held the other for no score. Early in the second half, Carl Reed, the Wildcat senior fullback, bulled his way over for the lone touchdown of the game from the Chillicothe 6-yard line. This play followed a series of plays which had their start when Herman Foster's kick-off was fumbled on the Chillicothe 30-yard stripe. In the fading minutes of the game, Cash scored from the 20 only to be called back because of penalty. CAMBRIDGE The Newark High Wildcats were successful in ob- taining their third COL victory, this time over the Cambridge Bobcats on October 14, before a crowd of 2,462 Homecoming fans at White Field. ln less than five minutes after the opening kick-off, Chuck Monnett passed from the 10-yard line to Doug Grandstaff in the end zone. In the early minutes of the second quarter, Dick Cash broke through left tackle for 56 yards and the TD. Both extra-point attempts by Cash were unsuccessful. Following the kick-off at the half and a series of plays, Cash again scored, receiving a pass from Mon- nett in the end zone, The extra-point attempt by Cash was good. Cambridge was saved from a shutout by Newark by Gill's great run in the third quarter. Danny Evans suffered a fractured wrist when he pulled down Gill, who had made a 44-yard run. The game ended with Newark 19 and Cambridge 7 as final tallies. GEORGE ACOCK RON SULLIVAN 165 ALLEN LANE DON McVEY MARIETTA Marietta High School's football Team staged the first major COL up- set of the year on October 21 by Their 7-to-O win over The Newark Wildcats. Myers, a Tiger back, crashed 12 yards on a fourth down to score, climaxing a steady drive of 50 yards. This play followed The main break of the game when New- ark intercepted a pass only to have the play called back because of an off-side penalty against Newark. Don Smailes received a fractured wrist, placing him on the bench the rest of the season. ZANESVILLE Fullback Bob Gaiters of Zanesville sparked the Blue Devils as they smashed the Newark High Wildcats 32 to O, October 28, at White Field before a paid crowd of 3,736 fans. The Wildcats we re completely bottled up by Zanesville's strong de- fense, and the Wildcat's only threat to score came in the second quarter following a blocked kick by Foster, recovered by Cash on the Blue Devils' 21-yard line. A short drive to pay dirt was partially stopped by Sibbor- ing of Zanesville, who intercepted a pass only to fumble on the 15-yard line. McVey recovered with two minutes to play in the half. A series of plays brought the pigskin down to The 9-yard line, but Newrak's scor- ing chances were stopped as Gaiters intercepted Monnett's pass on the goal line. The Blue Devils scored in every period. There first TD came after Gaiter's beautiful run of 40 yards to the Newark 19. Tignor scored around left end. ln the second quarter, Gaiters hopped over center and DICK HENRY JIM BRENERMAN JERRY WEAVER TOM TEUSCHER JIM TYRER FRED PRYOR KEITH HOGUE FRED ULRICH 166 sprinted 80 yards to pay dirt. Gaiters again charged Through center to make his 53-yard run for a touchdown in the third quarter. ln the last min- utes of the third period, the Blue Devils marched to The five where Branson scored on a quarterback sneak in the early minutes of the fourth period. Junior Myers of Zanesville tallied up Zanesville's final TD with a I5- yard run around left end. The final score was Zanesville 32, Newark O. DOVER Jerry Bishop, sophomore halfback, led the Newarkites to a 27-to-9 COL victory over The Dover Crimson Tor- nadoes, November 4, at Crater Sta- dium in Dover, The Wildcats got off to a bad start in The very beginning as Dover re- covered a fumble by Bishop on The Newark four-yard line. Dewey Grafe charged over for the TD on The Tor- nado's second play. Grafe's extra point put Dover out ahead 7 To O before three minutes of The game had passed. In the second quarter The Wildcats Took command of the pigskin and marched 73 yards on eleven plays for pay dirt. Monnett crashed over from the four-yard line following his I7-yard run. Cash booted the extra point making the score 7 to 7 for the remainder of the first half. Following the kick-off in the second half and a series of plays, Carl Reed ploughed over from the two-yard line for a six-pointer. Cash's extra-point Try was blocked. A fumble recovered by Grandstaff on the Newark 27 started the ball rolling again for pay dirt. A series of plays sparked by Bishop brought JIM PETTIT RICHARD CASH LEE KENNEDY HERMAN FOSTER ED McKEE DON SMAILES JERRY BISHOP 167 LANCASTER Bishop around end to score. Cash kicked the extra point. During the last quarter, following a recovery by George Acock, Bishop passed to Grandstaff in the end zone. Cash's extra-point attempt was good. The last score in the game came when a pass from Newark's center hit the Wildcats' crossbar for a safety. This made the final score 27 to 9. The Newark High School Wildcats staged their closing football game with a brilliant showing against the favored Lancaster Golden Gales. A total of 2,636 fans witnessed the 14- to-7 contest at White Field, Novem- ber 11. The Wildcats scored first on a beau- tiful 37-yard pass from Monnett to Cash. Cash also made good the extra-point attempt. Lancaster retaliated with a 63-yard march to tie the score in the second quarter. Aucreman sparked this drive with a 45-yard punt return. He also crashed over right tackle for seven yards and the TD. Matz ran wide to the left for the extra point. Lancaster scored again by a 51-yard run by Maddux, but the score was called back due to penalties. The winning touchdown came as Acureman, Lancaster ace, took a punt to Newark's 31. The next play Brad- ford broke through left tackle and dashed down the side lines into the end zone. Matz again gained the extra point by running, this time through center. This was the final score in the game, and this game was the Wildcats' final for the '55 season. FOOTBALL SUMMATION lniury plagued the Wildcats during the 1955 football season. First casuality was Phil Stock- dale, who broke his arm in pre-season scrim- mage. Jerry Bishop and Elton Griffith watched a pre-season clash with Columbus West from the bench. Tom Teuscher broke his leg in the Marion fray. The Coshocton tilt left Bill Duffee with an iniured shoulder. Dan Evans broke his wrist in the Cambridge game, while Don Smailes broke his in the Marietta contest. Also at Marietta Lee Kennedy dislocated a vertabra. Finally Don McVey suffered a dislocated shoul- der. These continual mishaps harassed the 'Cats in such a way that their efficiency was lessened as the season rolled on. The Carlomen completed their season with five wins out of nine starts. Head Coach Joe Carlo, with the help of his assistants Jim Allen, Bill Olmstead, Ed Allen, Bob Wright, Paul Jack- son, and Harold Prugh, molded the Wildcats into a hard-hitting football team. The Wild- cats only suffered three losses to their five wins in COL play. FOOTBALL Newark ............... -.. Newark ........ ....... - Newark ....... ......... Newark ........ ..... Newark ............ ...... Newark ............ N ..... 7 32 7 Newark ........ ......... 1 9 0 0 27 Newark ........ -...-.. Newark.i.... 7 The football season's spirit was accented by numerous pep rallies, two of which were held out of doors. The whole town got a taste of the school spirit as many enthusiastic fans cruised around the Square honking horns and cheering as a climax to a pep meeting at Dug- way State Park. Thirty-three boys made up the 'Cat squad: thirteen seniors, twelve iuniors, and eight sophomores. Lettermen who are leaving NHS this year through graduation are Don McVey, Tom Teuscher, Don Smailes, George Acock, Ron Sullivan, Dave Grandstaff, Herman Foster, Chuck Monnett, Dick Cash, Bill Duffee, Carl Reed, Dan Evans, Allen Lane, and Trent Ralston manager. The Wildcats did well this year by placing three boys on the All-COL team. Don McVey was selected offensive center and Carl Reed and Dick Cash, defensive halfbacks. McVey also received honorable mention on the All-Ohio team. Dick Cash and Charles Monnett were co-captains. SCOREBOARD Columbus East ............ 14 Marion ............... ....... 0 Coshocton ...... ....... 0 Chillicothe ...... ....... 0 Cambridge .... ......... - 7 Marietta ............. M-- 7 Zanesville .... - .............. 32 Dover .,.......... - ...... ...... 9 Lancaster ........ .....-14 ai' 169 BASEBALL s C sf? .. .. M I ' Row I-Herman Foster Terry Myers Ted Dilts Ronald Orr Ral h Franlcl' D ld R d ' k . , , , , p in, ona o eric , Rolzeri Jones, .lames Sp mg sion Mike Fitzgibbon. Row 2-Coach Allen, James Wall on, Ed McCament, Richard Cash, Lee Kennedy, Richard McConnell, Charles Monneii Charles Beach, Richard Bowman, John Ridella, Manager Jerry Martin. DELAWARE WlLl.IS The 1955 edition of the Newark High School base- ball team opened its season on the right foot as it swept both ends of a double-header from Delaware Willis at YMCA field on April 16 by the score of 7 to 4 and 9 to 7. Foster started for the 'Cats and went all the way, allowing four runs on four hits while walking three and striking out nine Newark had onl seven hits - Y but were helped by six Delaware errors, The 'Cats tallied once in the second, on a walk to Fitzgibbon, an error, and a single by Monnett. One more run was added in the fifth on an error, stolen base, and a single by Cash. After Delaware went ahead four to two, with four runs in the top of the sixth, Newark came back with five in the last of the sixth on four singles, three walks and two Willis' mis- cues to round out the scoring. Monnet was the only player for Newark who had two hits as Roderick, Beach, Jones, Cash, and Foster had one bingle apiece off the two Delaware flingers. 12 3 4 5 6 7 Delaware Willis ,,,,,,,,, 0 0 O O 0 4 0-4 Newark .,,,.,,,.,,,,,,.,,,, O I O O l 5 .,-7 'F' Coach Allen Newark wasted no time in the sec- ond game in scoring runs as they scored five in the opening frame on four free passes and base hits by Jones and Monnett and an error by the Willis' third baseman. After Dela- ware scored two runs in the last of the second off starter Cash, Newark came back with one in the last of the second to make the score 6 to 2. Del- aware tied the ball game up in the first of the fourth with four runs, tak- ing advantage of Cash's wildness as he gave up four walks and a single. The 'Cats bounced back with the winning three runs in the lower half of the fifth. Dick Cash's double and Lee Kennedy's single were the big blows of the inning. Jim Walton came on to relieve Cash in the fifth and al- lowed only one run, that coming in the top of the sixth on two walks and a single. This made the final score 9 to 7 as each team went scoreless in the seventh. Bob Jones had three for four and Lee Kennedy had two hits in two trips to the plate to pace the 'Cats. Newark scored their nine runs on eight hits with the help of five Delaware errors. Cash and Walton combined their pitch- ing talents to allow Delaware only five hits while striking out nine and walking five. Cash was the winning pitcher. l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Delaware . ,,,,,...,,, O 2 0 4 0 l 0- 7 Newark .,,,, ......,,,,, 5 1 O 0 3 0 ..- 9 HEBRON The Newark High School nine de- feated a hapless Hebron Trailblazer team at the YMCA diamond on April T8 by the score of 17 to 1. Dick Cash, who pitched only the first two in- nings, was the winning pitcher. Newark drew first blood in the opening inning as they scored five runs on three consecutive hits and two walks, which chased the Blazer's starting pitcher from the mound. Three more runs were added in the second, two in the third, two in the fourth, and five in the sixth. Hebron's only run came in the top of the fourth on a Newark miscue and one of the two Hebron bingles. The seventeen runs for Newark were scored on thirteen hits and with the aid of ten Hebron miscues. Fitz- Ralph Franklin Charles Beach Edward McCament James Walton Mlchael Fitzgibbon Tim Rehbeck Richard Bowman Donald Roderick gibbon and Monnett had three hits apiece for the 'Cats. Foster, Cash, and Walton all took Their turn at the mound chores for Newark and al- lowed only two hits to the Trail- blazers while striking out thirteen and walking only one. 1234567 Hebron ,,,, .,,........,..,, 0 0 0 'l 0 0 0- l Newark ....,, .,,,.,..,., 5 3 2 2 0 5 ..-l 7 COSHOCTON The Newark nine, on April 20, traveled to Coshocton and defeated the Redskins ll to 2 behind the four- hit pitching of Herman Foster. Coshocton scored first, and their only two runs of the ball game, in the top of the second on two singles and a double. The 'Cats went ahead to stay in the last of the third as they scored three runs on two walks and three base hits. The big blow of the inning was Mike Fitzgibbons' double with two aboard. The 'Cats' biggest inning was the fourth when seven runs came across home plate on four singles, four walks, and three Coshoc- ton miscues. One more tally was added in the sixth to finish out the scoring. Two Redskin pitchers were pound- ed for the eleven runs on Ten hits. Newark was also helped out by five Redskin errors. Foster, in going all the way, struck out ten and had near perfect control as he walked but one man. Foster, Jones, and Monnett were the leading sluggers with two hits apiece. T l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Newark ,,,.,.,, ,,,,,,, 0 O 3 7 O l 0-l l Coshocton ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, O 2 O 0 O 0 0- 2 LANCASTER-CHILLICOTHE The Newark High baseballers won a three-team tournament held at Lan- caster on April 23 as they defeated the host Lancaster team, 3 to 2, and the Chillicothe Cavalier, 7 to 3. Herman Foster received the starting mound call from Coach Allen against the Golden Gales and went all the way, allowing seven hits while strik- ing out five and walking only two. Newark scored first in the opening frame when Dick Cash singled home Chick Beach, who had walked and stolen second. The 'Cats fell behind, Richard McConnell Richard Cash Herman Foster Robert Jones Ted Dllts lee Kennedy Charles Monnett Ronald Orr 172 however, when the Golden Gales scored once in the third and once in the fifth to make the score 2 to l. Newark clinched the game in the bottom of the fifth when Fitzgibbon singled home Jones and Roderick with the tying and winning runs, making the score 3 to 2. Foster then had little difficulty in holding the Lan- innings as only Newark player throughout the caster team in check for the final two one runner reached third base. No had two hits as they had only four vlihole contest. l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Lancaster ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.....,,,a,,,,a,,,,,,,,,,,......,,.,,,, 0 0 l 0 l 0 0- 2 Newark , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,.,,...... l 0 0 0 2 0 0- 3 As a result of defeating Upper Arlington 3 to l, the Cavaliers from Chillicothe earned the right to meet Newark late in the afternoon to determine the victor of the three-team tourney. Newark wasted no time in scoring as they posted seven big runs in the top half of the first inning on seven walks and a double by Bob Jones. Dick Cash had very little trouble as he coasted to his third vic- tory of the season, allowing only three runs on three base hits. The iunior hurler struck out four and walked only five. After the big first inning, Newark failed to score the rest of the game as they gathered only three more bingles off the Cavaliers' relief pitcher. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Chillicothe , ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,................,,,,..,,,,,, O 0 O 0 0 3 0-3 Newark .,..,,... .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.c..,.v 7 0 00000-7 GRANVILLE The Newark High Wildcat baseball team defeated Blue Aces from Granville 7 to 3 at YMCA field on April 27 as they scored seven runs on ten base hits while Jim Walton held the Aces to three, tallied on five safeties. Walton struck out eight and walked six in going the full route. The first inning again proved to be a big inning as the 'Cats scored four times on successive singles by Roderick, Beach, Jones, Fitzgibbon, and Monnett. Three more tallies were added in the third when Cash, Mon- nett, Walton, and Beach singled in succession. The Aces scored once in the fifth and twice in the seventh when Granville got three of their five hits. Beach was the leading slugger for Newark with three hits in as many times at bat. Chuck Monnett was also a big man with the stick as he got two for three. Y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Granville ,,,,, T ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,c,,..,.., ,.,.............,...e 0 O 0 0 l 0 2-3 Newark ,,,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 O 3 0 0 0 ..-7 ZANESVILLE The Newark High Wildcat baseball team swept both ends of a double-header from the Zanesville Blue Devils at YMCA park on April 30 by the scores of 8 to 3 and lO to 2 to boost their winning streak to nine straight. Herman Foster started the opening game for the John Riclella Terry Myers Mgr. Jerry Martin Mgr. Trent Ralston 173 'Cats and was touched for three runs on three base hits and a walk in the second inning. Newark, nevertheless, came back in the bottom of the fourth as they scored six runs on seven straight walks and short- stop Beach's triple with the bases loaded. Two more runs were scored in the sixth for Newark on four bases on balls and a single by Jones. This rounded out the scor- ing of the game as Foster settled down and allowed no more runs. Newark scored all of the eight runs on a mere three hits while Zanesville scored its three runs on seven base knocks. Fos- ter struck out nine and walked only one while pitchers Petry and Palmer for Zanes- ville walked eleven and struck out eight. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Zanesville ......, ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 0 3 O O 0 0 0-3 Newark ,,,,, .. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, O 0 O 6 0 2 0-8 The 'Cats scored the first two of their ten runs in the second game in the opening inning on two free passes and a double by pitcher Cash. Six more tallies were scored in the fourth on six walks, an error and a single by first baseman Franklin. Newark's final two runs were posted in the bottom of the fifth on an error, a walk, and singles by Jones and Fitzgibbon. Zanesville tallied their only two runs in the sixth on two Newark miscues and a base hit. Cash gave up only two runs on two hits while striking out four in going all the way to hang up his fourth straight win. Buckhart and Tompson, the two Zanesville pitchers, gave up ten free passes and six base hits while striking out only five. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Zanesville ..........,......,......,..... 0 O 0 0 O 2 0-2 Newark ,,,,.,,,.,A..,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 O O 6 2 0 ..-lC COLUMBUS ROSARY The Newark High School Wildcat base- ball team made a successful debut in the Class "A" Central District baseball tourna- ment as they eliminated Columbus Rosary i5 to l at YMCA park on May 3. The 'Cats started things off right with four runs in the initial inning on two base hits, three bases on balls, an error, and two stolen bases. The big blow of the inning was Rehbeck's double with the sacks filled. Three runs came home in the fourth inning on two walks and three base hits by Beach, Monnett, and Rehbeck. Newark continued to pour it on with six runs in the fifth and two in the sixth. Rosary's lone run came in the third frame on two singles and a walk off starting pitcher Foster. Beach and Jones paced the Newark attack with four hits apeice while Monnett had three hits in four at bat. The 'Cats banged out a total of thirteen hits off two Rosary pitchers, but they were helped by eight miscues. Foster gave up only five hits while walking two and striking out six in going the full seven innings. 'l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Columbus Rosary .................... 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-I Nlwlrk ....................................4 0 0 3 6 2 ..-I5 ST. CHARLES The Newark High baseball nine were bumped out of tournament play as they were defeated, 5 to 4, by St. Charles on the St. Charles diamond on May 5. St. Charles opened the game with a run in the first inning on a triple by the lead-oft batter and a throwing error by Fitzgibbon The 'Cats tallied three runs in the second to go ahead on two free passes, a fielder's choice and singles by McCament, Roderick and Beach. The game then was a pitcher's battle between Cash of Newark and Batch- eck of St. Charles until the fifth inning when St. Charles pushed across three runs on three walks, a sacrifice fly and a single to go ahead 4 to 3. Newark made a new ball game of it in their half of the fifth when a base on balls, a sacrifice, and an error by the Charles shortstop sent Jones home with the fourth and tying run. ln the last half of the seventh a walk to the lead- off batter, a stolen base, a sacrifice and the suicide squeeze gave the game to St. Charles by the score of 5 to 4. The 'Cats outhit the host five to three, but they could not bunch their hits. Cash of Newark struck out nine, and walked six in addition to giving up only three hits Batcheck, the winning pitcher, after re- lieving starter De Mattles in the third, struck out six and gave up a mere two hits while walking three. McCament was the only player to collect two hits in the ball game. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Newark ........ ............... 0 3 0 0 0 l 0- 4 St. Charles .,,.., ........... ....... 1 O 0 0 3 0 l- 5 GRANVILLE The Newark baseball nine defeated a hapless Granville team on the Granville diamond on May il by the score of 12 to 1. Everyone on the seventeen-man Newark team saw action in the fray. Newark scored in every inning but the second and sixth as they tallied three in the first, three in the third, three in the fourth, two in the fifth and one in the seventh. The Blue Ace's only tally came in the opening inning on an error by Mon- nett, a stolen base and a single. This base hit was one of the two given up by Foster. Chick Beach continued to pace the 'Cats with his bat as he had four hits in four trips to the plate. Third baseman Jones and Foster each had two for four. Newark pounded out a total of 15 base hits off three Granville flingers while the Aces got only two off Foster. Foster in addition to giving up only two hits, walked two and struck out six in obtaining his sixth straight win without a loss. 'l 2 3 4 5 6 7 Newark .................................... 3 O 3 3 2 0 I-I2 Granville ........................,.........I 0 0 0 0 0 0-I UTICA The Newark Wildcats behind their ace, Herm Foster, dropped the Utica Redskins 4 to l at the YMCA field on May l6. Newark accounted for two of their four runs in the second on a base on balls to Beach, singles by Fitzgibbon, Foster, and Roderick and an error by the 'Skins' short- stop. Two more Tallies came in the third on base hits by Cash, Fitzgibbon, and Ken- nedy, and a sacrifice fly by Foster, Utica's lone run was scored in the sev- enth on a triple by Utica's shortstop and an error by second baseman Roderick. Fos- ter was enioying a no-hitter until the triple with one out in the seventh. Boyer, the Redskins' flinger, struck out six, walked one, and gave up eight hits. Foster struck out five and had near per- fect control as he walked only one while posting his one-hitter. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7- ufafa ,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,u ,,,uuuu,u,uuuu o ooooi-1 Newark ..,... ......,,...., ,,uuuu 0 2 2000.-4 CAMBRIDGE The Newark Wildcats ousted the Cam- bridge Bobcats from the COL baseball tour- nament on May 19 at the YMCA field by the score of 8 to 7. Jim Watson started for the 'Cats and was touched for four runs in the opening inning on two base hits, three walks, and two miscues by Newark. Newark bounced back, however, in the last half of the first with four runs on walks to Roderick, Frank- lin, Beach, and singles by Cash and Mon- nett. The 'Cats fifth run was scored in the second on a double by Roderick and a sin- gle by Beach. Newark made it six to four with another run in the third on a single by pitcher Walton, an error by the Bobcats' centerfielder, and Roderick's second base hit of the fray. Cambridge tallied twice to tie it up, 6 to 6, in the top of the fourth. The Wildcats broke the tie in the last of the fourth frame on a single, a wild pitch and a single by Monnett. ln the opening half of the seventh, Cambridge again made a new ball game of it as they made it 7 to 7 on a walk, a sacrifice. and a single. At this point Walton was relieved by Foster who retired the side. ln the last of the seventh McCament walked, Jones, batting for Ken- nedy, sacrificed, and Foster then won his own ball game with a single that scored McCament with the eighth run. Newark scored eight runs on ten base hits with the help of two errors by the Bobcats. Walton gave up seven runs on eight base knocks but was hurt by five Newark miscues. Foster was the winning pitcher although he retired only two men. Roderick, Beach, and Cash were the lead- ing hitters with two raps apiece. 1234567- Cambridge .............................. 4 0 O 2 0 0 1-7 NOWITK .......... .... ..,......,............4 1 'l I 0 0 I- 8 ZANESVILLE The Newark baseball team was defeated in its bid for a COL championship as the Zanesville Blue Devils defeated them 3 to O at Lancaster on May 31, Pitcher Humm of Zanesville drove in all three runs with a single in the first that scored one and a single in the sixth that plated two runs. The 'Cats had only four base hits the whole ball game and only one man reached third base, that being Foster, the pitcher, with a triple in the top of the third. Humm, in addition to driving in all three runs, struck out seven, walked one, and gave up only four bingles. Foster, for Newark, struck out three, walked one, and give up five base hits. Nobody for the 'Cats collected two hits as Foster, Roderick, Beach and Cash accounted for the base raps. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7- Newark ............................ .... O 000000-0 Zanesville ............................... 'l 0 O 0 0 2 .-3 BASEBALL SUMMATION James Allen's 1955 baseball team had, as usual, a very successful season, closing out with a record of 13 wins and two losses. The 'Cats won one game in the Central District Class "A" tournament as they dropped Columbus Rosary T5 to l. The 'Cats were edged out in the next game by St. Charles, 5 to 4, on the St, Charles dia- mond. St. Charles went to the finals before being dropped by Upper Arlington. New- ark likewise won one game in the Central Ohio League tourney as they ousted Cam- bridge 8 to 7. By way of a forfeit Newark was shoved into the finals with Zanesville and the Blue Devils shutout the 'Cats 3 to 0 to emerge as victors in the tournament. The season saw the 'Cats win three double-headers from Zanesville, Delaware Willis, and two games at Lancaster where they defeated the Golden Gales and the Chillicothe Cavaliers. Herman Foster became the work horse of the staff as he posted an eight and one won-lost record. Dick Cash had four wins and one loss, while Jim Walton had one win. Chick Beach was the big man with the lumber for Newark as he pounded out a .546 average. Seniors who graduated were Ralph Frank- lin, James Walton, Charles Beach, Don Rod- erick. 1955 BASEBALL SCOREBOARD Newark 7 Delaware Willis ......... Newark 9 Delaware Willis ........ Newark l7 Hebron ,,............ Newark ll Coshocton Newark 3 Lancaster .... Newark 7 Chillicothe .... Newark 7 Granville ........ Newark 8 Zanesville ................ Newark lO Zanesville .................. Newark I5 Columbus Rosary ...... Newark 4 Columbus St. Charles Newark 12 Granville .................... Newark 4 Utica .......................... Newark 8 Cambridge ........ .... Newark 0 Zanesville ............ .... , . 176 Kneeling-Richard Roth, Tom Tripleff, Lloyd Davis, John Harlow, Paul Johnson, Bill Davis, Douglas Grandslaff, Fred Ulrlck Standing-Joe Carlo, Lee Klein, Raymond Miller, Robert Strofher, Douglas Basford, Roberi De Mooy, James Tyrer Don Smalles Donald McVey, Dale Knerr, Jerry Krebs, Darwin Walson, Paul Harlow. TRACK TRACK SUMMATION Newark's 1955 Track season was an average one, Tor iT did noT come up To some of The seasons in The recenT pasT. However, iT did have some ouTsTanding individual performers. The season began on April 2 wiTh an indoor evenT aT The Denison UniversiTy Field House as a sorT oT pre-season warm-up. The Spring- Tield meeT, on The oTher hand, held on April 16, was The TirsT bursT of regular acTiviTy. Two iTems mighT be nofed aT This poinT. A Time of 3.31 recorded by The mile relay Team aT The Mus- kingum Relays was The TasTesT in sTaTe compeTiTion. The oTher TeaTured RoberT STroTher. who broke The Time of 51 seconds in The 440 wiTh a Time of 50.9 Tor The TasTesT Time in local Track hisTory. Seniors who ran Their final heaT for NHS were Tom TripleTT, Raymond Miller, RoberT STroTher, Darwin WaTson, and Lee Klein. Coach Harlow DENISON INDOOR On April 2, 1955, Paul Harlow's thinclads opened their track season by participating in a 20-team meet at the Denison University Field House. During the meet Darwin Watson garn- ered a second in the shot put, Paul Johnson a fourth in the pole vault, and the sprint relay team of Raymond Miller, Robert Strother, Richard Roth, and Thomas Triplett a fourth. SPRINGFIELD RELAYS Not until April 16 did the track-and- field men of Paul Harlow take to the open. On that date! Newark placed tenth with 9Ma points among nineteen teams at the Springfield Relays held in Springfield, Ohio. Robert Strother picked up six points by placing first in the 440-yard dash. Watson copped a third spot in the shot put. Johnson tied for fourth in the pole vault. COLUMBUS WEST TRIANGULAR On April 21 Newark sustained a severe defeat in a triangular affair at Columbus West with Columbus East as the third team by not winning a single first in the affair. East won the meet with 79V2 and West, runner- up, with 46. Newark trickled in last with a meager 2OV2. Strother took a second in the 440, Donald McVey a fourth in the 180 high hurdles, Roth got a fourth in the 220-yard dash. Watson captured a second and Klein a third in the shot put. Johnson vaulted to a third in the pole vault. Klein tossed a fourth in the discus. Johnson tied for second in the broad jump. MANSFIELD RELAYS Newark gathered in 316 points at the annual Mansfield Relays, held on April 23. Of the 107 teams compet- ing, the Harlowmen registered twen- ty-fifth. Paul Johnson earned a point and a half in the pole vault as he tied for fifth. Darwin Watson garnered a point by taking fifth in the shot put. Robert Strother copped a fifth in the 440 thereby earning the final point for the Felines. Lee Klein Douglas Gra dsfaff Thomas Triplett Donald McVey Raymond Miller Ronald GIG ef Robe? Strother Dale Kneff LANCASTER April 28 saw Newark down The hapless Lancaster Golden Gales 89 To 28 at White Field by Taking Twelve of fourteen events. McVey Took The 120 high and 180 low hurdles. Tom Trip- lett won The 100 and 220 and was also a member of The winning 880- yard relay Team composed of Roth, Johnson and Miller. Watson won The shot put and discus while Johnson won The pole vault and broad jump. OHIO WESLEYAN' AT The Ohio Wesleyan Relays on April 30 aT Delaware, in which There were no individual events, Newark did not land a single point. Each Team had to have Three people in every event. Newark lacked depth and was Therefore unable To cope with The powerful opposition. Among sixty- five Teams Cleveland East Tech won The meet. UPPER ARLINGTON Newark dropped Upper Arlington 78Vz to 49V2 aT Upper Arlington on May 5. The 880-yard relay Team of Roth, Krebs, Miller, and Triplett copped a first. Strother took a first in the 440-yard dash. Grandstaff garn- ered a win in the 880-yard run. The mile relay Team of Knerr, Miller, Roth, and Strother earned a first. Watson was a double winner in the discus and shotput. Johnson soared To vic- tory in The pole vault and leaped to glory in the broad iump. Smailes cap- tured the high lump. MUSKINGUM RELAYS On May 6 Newark took a sixth in The Muskingum Relays in New Con- cord, Ohio. The Harlowmen earned twelve points among The eighteen Class A schools. Newark's outstand- ing Teat and only Tirst was The mile relay Team's winning in a time of 3.31, the fastest mile relay run in The state. Members of The team were Raymond Miller, Dale Knerr, Robert Strother, and Richard Roth. Da w n Watson Jerry K eb R chard Roth Douglas B sfo d Donald Smailes Thomas Cochra Robe T DeMooy Fred Ul ch 179 COL At White Field on May 11, Newark won the an- nual COL meet with a total of 74M points. Chillicothe was second with 68 points, Marietta, third with 52V2, and Lancaster, last with 20. Darwin Watson was a double winner with a toss of the shot put 49 feet 1 1 inches and of the discus 120 feet 6 inches. Don McVey tied with Molebash of Chillicothe for place in the 180 lows in a time of 21.2. Paul Johnson copped the pole vault with a rise of 11 feet 4 inches. The 880 relay team of Roth, Krebs, Triplett, and Miller won in a time of one minute 35.5 seconds. The mile relay quartet of Knerr, Miller, Roth, and Strother took a first in a time of 3:38.1. DISTRICT On May 14, Darwin Watson, Robert Strother, and Paul Johnson qualified for the state meet in single events, along with the mile relay team of Strother, Dale Knerr, Richard Roth, and Raymond Miller. This district meet was held in Delaware. New- ark's only first at the meet was gained by the mile relay team in a time of 3:31.. Columbus East won the meet with 66V2 points. Bexley placed second, Columbus Loyd Davis William Davis West, third, Delaware, fourth, and Newark, fifth with 2OV2 points. COLUMBUS SOUTH Newark took every event but one in its meet with Columbus South at Columbus on May 17. When the dust settled the score read 79-1!3 for the 'Cats and 38-2!3 for the Bulldogs. The Canines took only the 880-yard run. For the Felines McVey won both the 120- yard high and the 180-yard low hurdles. Watson took the shot and discus. Johnson copped the pole vault and the broad iump. Triplett won the 100-yard dash, Krebs the 220. Strother captured the mile run, his first time to win it this season. STATE Robert Strother took a fifth in the 440 in the time of 50.9. This quarter mile was the fastest during the local season. He was the first quarter miler in the history of New- ark to break the time of 51. The mile relay got a seventh in the state, although they did not place. The event was held at OSU on May 20- 21. It was the Class A High School Track and Field Meet. Row 'I-Duke. Row 2-Max Douglas, Mike Manley, Dick Wetzel, Bob Oder, Phil Stockdale, Dan Evans, Ronald Swan, Dick Rice, Robert Mawharter. GOLF The NHS golf Team forthe spring of 1955 witnessed a rather successful season. AT The season opener on April 20, the Doug- lasmen defeated Granville 8 To 0. Phil Stockdale was best man with a 39 for nine holes. On April 22 Newark copped a Triangular affair by defeating Zanesville 14W to 1W and Coshocton by 12 To 4. Again Stockdale was top man with 84 for 18. However, on April 28 Newark divided in a Triangular meet at Coshocton by de- feating Zanesville 15W to W but losing To Coshocton 11 to 5. Stockdale again was The pace setter with an 86 for 18. Newark Took Lancaster on May 9 by defeating The Golden Gales 14 to 2. Stock- dale was medalist with an 81. On May 12 The ball-and-club boys put The skids under The Zanesville Blue Devils 16V2 To SW. Ac- cording To form, Stockdale was low man with an 85. Newark won the COL Title match at Zanesville on May 14 with a grand Total of 353. Chillicothe was second with 362, Lancaster and Marietta Tied with 264, Co- shocton shot a 371, Zanesville a 381, and Cambridge pulled up with 447. Dover did not participate. Phil Stockdale Took medal honors with an 81. Newark again knocked off Lancaster May 18 by the score of 11172 to 4172. Dan Evans led the 'Cats with a 79. The Newark Wildcats placed fifteenth out of sixteen schools in The state golf tour- nament held in Columbus on May 27 and 28. Newark Teed off Friday with Steuben- ville Catholic, Cincinnati St. Xavier, and Youngstown East. On Saturday the 'Cats, who shot 351 on Friday, added 350 strokes for a 701 total. Newark countered the same teams they matched on Friday. Co- lumbus Aquinas won the meet with 651. Front Row ll to rl-David Brooks, Loyd Davis, Paul Johnson, Stanley North, Bill Davis. Top Row ll to rl-John Harlow, .lim Burrell, Theodore Benson, Tom Cochran, Tom Elk, Dick Francis Douglas Basford. CROSS COUNTRY Newark pulled a win out of the sack on September 29 when Paul Harlow's cross country tleetteet downed Upper Arlington 26 to 29. Doing an about-face, however, they dropped their second meet to Colum- bus East by a score of 40 to 15 on October 6. Wheeling half-way round the Wildcat runners took a second in a three-way con- test at Columbus on October i3 when they collected a total of 44 points to Columbus West's 25 and Columbus South's 60. The Harlowmen lost their next attempt to Worthington on October 18 by a score of 40 to 15. Continuing their losing way, the cross countrymen next dropped a meet to Marietta 32 to 24 on October 20. Bow- ing out of the season with a loss, the 'Cats tripped before Upper Arlington on October 25 to the tune of 33 to 22. Graduating seniors were Tom Cochran, Paul Johnson, John Harlow, Richard Francis, James Burrell, and Douglas Basford. Row 'I-Jerry Westfall, Herbert Shackleford, John Klein, Larry Jones Jess Klnser Bill Myers Leonard Wooles .lim Lawrence, Larry Cox, .lerry Nelhers, Rodney Myer, larry Weidner. Row 2-Leroy Matthews, Tom Voris, Bob Baldwin, Granger McKinney Dave Swlck Steve Blum Roger Balding Tom Myers, .lim Moore, Jim Leslie, Dale Henry, Ernie Kuhn, Bob Orr, Harold Prugh RESERVE FOOTBALL By Tom Voris The Newark Reserves split even with a record ot three wins and three losses during the 1955 season. After getting off to a slow start, they came back to end the season with three impressive wins in four starts The Reserves were coached by Harold Prugh and Paul Jackson, Newark Newai k Newark Newark Newark Newark 0 I3 20 I4 6 28 Columbus East .. Lancaster .,.,........ Upper Arlington Whitehall ..c....... Zanesville Junior High, .,..,. . ' Q I we f V 1 Row 1-Coach Carlo, Vernon Johnson, Granger McKinney, Tom Myers, Ed Erick, James Leslie, Coach Harlow. Row 2-Jerry Garlside, Earl Johnson, Bill Craig, Ernest Kuhn, Leroy Matthews, Mgr. James Reed. RESERVE BASKETBALL Newark's reserve basketball team with a record of 14 and 4 was beset by ineligibility and two members of the team quitting in the first half of the season. Dave Hannah, a transfer from Chillicothe, bolstered the squad the second se- mester along with Bob Glennan, who was ineligible the first half of the season. The sweetest victory for the Harlow-coached quintet was a 36-to-34 victory over the Zanesville reserves January 27, after being defeated at Zansville 54 to 35. Newark Columbus West Newark Dover ,,,,,,,,,..... Newark Cambridge .,,, Newark Zanesville s,.,.. Newark Marion ,A,... Newark Coshocton ,..... Newark Lancaster ,... Newark Chillicothe Newark Dover .,,,,,,. Newark Cambridge .... Newark Zanesville .,..,, Newark Mt. Vernon ...... Newark Marietta ..,, Newark Coshocton ,. Newark Lancaster .....,,, Newark Mt. Vernon ,... Newark Chillicothe .... Row I-Naomi Fike, Mary Welsch, Sharon Markle, Margery Lusk, Sondra lnscho, Marcia Booll, lynn Simross, Mollie Evans, Mary Ann Pound, Roberta Danford,, Marsha Farquhar, Marilyn Trimble, Rosalie Hughes. Row 2-Betty Fee, Cynthia Dunlap, Judy Newman, Mary Wilson, Linda Foff, Paula Maye Roan, Ida Freeman, Mary Jane Ritchey, Verna lnlow, Betty M. Bromley, Fat Kunkle, Marilyn Boell, Nancy Grove, Linda Sanders. Row 3-Linda Horning, Noretta Hunt, Shirley Whitis, Mar- tha Wilson, Sue Montgomery, Ruth Nutt, Shirley Miller, Judy Anderson, Virginia Berger, Pathena Wolford, linda Thompson, Janie Yost. Row 4-Penny Kennedy, Judy Graft, Nancy Farquhar, Judy Glasmeier, Linda Loar, Joyce Montgomery, Beverly Wilfong, Linda Friel, Judy Markle, Christine Hammack, Constance Strouse, Dixie Myers, Sharon Donoghue, Barbara Jones. Row 5-Sally Loughman, Leann lucas, Judy Pyle, Charlotte Miller, Sally Devereaux, Dolores Allen, Marla Cline, Ann Trexel, Joyce Eifinger, Sue Farnham, Eleanor Scaffide, Barbara Drumm, Kay Durant, Carol Whitis. Row 6-Donna Buckey, Deanna Hahn, Ida Cline, Connie Collins, Gretchen Rader, Carolyn Petty, Carol Robuit, Sue Leckron, Barbara Hunter, Geraldine Rether- ford, Linda Baumgartner, Dorothy Ratliff. GIRLS, BASKETBALL The girls' basketball season did not get underway until April 9 because of the constant oc- cupancy of the gymnasium after school either by boys' athletic groups or other interests. As this book went to press, Miss Florence Myer hoped that girls would be able to complete a basketball and softball program. No volleyball season was experienced this year. 20-2 19-2 CALE DAR OF EVENTS nv' Susan Coelho peers into furnace while Mr. Dickerson, Herbert Koehler, and Neal 0'Brien look on, along with two officials JUNE 4-Debaters Coelho, Koehler, a nd O'Brien attend National Speech Tour- nament in San Jose, California. New- ark placed seventeenth. AUGUST 3-The band visited New York City and Washington, D.C. SEPTEMBER 1-Start of football practice. 6-The first day of school, practice game 7- with Columbus East, here, Newark 20, Columbus East O. Opening-day issue of Reveille Review distributed. Organizational meeting of seniors, Key Club organizes. 8-Organizational meeting of juniors, 9.- 13- 186 sophomores elected to Student Coun- cil. Organizational meeting of sopho- mores, Key Club President John Sutphen addresses group. Thespians hold first meeting of se- mester. of the Fiberglas Corporation in California. By Joyce Ann Russell First meeting of Student Council, Visual Service Club meets. A Pep rally is held at the first as- sembly, Cabinet Meetings of Y-Teens, Home Economics Club has first meet- ing. The first football game with Colum- bus East, here: Newark O, Columbus East 14. Key Club's first meeting in Fiberglas Club Room. Election of senior, iunior, and sopho- more class officers, first Reserve football game with Columbus East: Newark O, Columbus East 19. Meeting of room agents, Science Club meets, Hi-Y organizes, French Club organizes. German Club organizes. Y-Teens organize, Spanish Club or- ganizes, Contemporary History meets. Final try-outs for the first play, Time Out for Ginger, football game with Marion, there: Newark 7, Marion 0. 28- 29- 6- Hi-C organizes, College Club organ- izes, first week of rehearsal for cast of Time Out for Ginger. Future Teachers organize. Thespian meeting, Home Economics Club discuss money-making proiects. Cross Country track meet with Upper Arlington: Newark 29, U. Arlington 26. Football game with Coshocton, here: Newark 32, Coshocton O! Pep rally at assembly. OCTOBER Senior X-rays taken. Thespians meet, iunior and senior Y-Teen Cabinet meet. Cross country meet with Columbus East at Moundbuilders' Park: New- ark 40, C. East 75. -Student Council decides theme for Homecoming, football game with Chillicothe, there: Newark 7, Chilli- cothe 0. Candidates for Homecoming Queen selected, College Club hears Miss Mr. Pearce, Mr. Harlow, Mr. Douglas, Keckley explain procedure for college applications, Hi-C has panel discussion on recreational opportunities for Newark Christian youths. Paul Chapman iniured in an auto ac- cident in the alley behind school. Sophomore and iunior pictures taken, German Club listen to records, Home Economics Club elects new vice-presi- dent. Homecoming Queen and Court se- lected: Queen, Lynn Simross, Attend- Jackie Perks, Jackie Good- second in tri- meet at Co- ants: Marsha Fraquar, Claudia Bringardener, win. Newark takes angular cross-country lumbus West. West wins, South third. Homecoming game with Cambridge! Cats down Cambridge, 19-7. Queen Lynn Simross crowned! The big nightl Homecoming dance with Yesterday, Today, and Tomor- row as theme. Cross Country meet with Worthington at Moundbuilders, Newark 15, Worth- ington 40. Grade cards, T. J. Crogan gave talk on time-lapse photography in as- sembly. Key Club tours Fiberglas. Cross Country meet with Marietta, Newark 32, Marietta 24, Y-Teens hear Mark Smith on social life and man- ners. Football game with Marietta, there: Newark 0, Marietta 7, Hi-Time gives first radio broadcast of the semester. Hi-C .continues recreational discussion. French, German, and Spanish clubs have ioint meeting, Hi-Y meets at YMCA. and Mr. 26 27 28 31 l 2 187 Kingery do a skit for a pep assembly -Assembly with William P. McLean on his "African Safari", PTA Open House for parents. -Pep Rally in assembly, Contemporary History hears Thomas Norpell, stu- dents hold pep rally at the Dugway. -Football game with Zanesville, New- ark O, Zanesville 32, no school be- cause of faculty meeting. -College Club meets in auditorium to hear Kenyon speaker. NOVEMBER -Y-Teen initiation, Hi-Y meets. -Thespians meet, Key Club meets, Dis- tributive Education Club visits OSU. 4-Football game with Dover, there: Newark 27, Dover 9. Freshmen, Re- 5-Newark Reserves vs. serves 28, Freshmen 0. 7-Roy Hammond, school custodian, re- tires, Mel Martin, TV star turned evangelist, entertain assembly. 9-Last football pep rally in assembly. lO-Armed Forces Day Assembly, Rev. Charles A. Pomeroy of First Baptist Church speaks. l2-Y-Teens Tag Day. l4-Ferris Owen, Licking County farmer who visited Russia, gives talk to as- sembly about his trip. I6-Try-outs for cheerleaders. 17-Y-Teens meet, Mrs. Warren Weiant, speaker. I7-T8-Juvenile Delinquency discussion held at Ohio State University. I8-Twenty-eight students visit Columbus art galleries. Time Out for Ginger given. Cast: Joyce Rian, William Of- fenbaker, Jo. Kramer, Nancy Shan- non, Marilyn Myers, Garry Cochenour, Bill Bodah, Kirby Gull, Peg Lusk, John Anderson. 2l-Science Club hears Tom Morehouse on orchids. 23-27-Thanksgiving vacation. 25-First basketball game, here: Newark 55, Columbus West 54. Hurrahl 28-Hi-C discusses iuvenile delinquency. 29-College Club meeting with speaker from M.l.T., Future Tearches hear Mr. Moran. 30-Mr. McMurray presents program of musical instruments for assembly. DECEMBER l-Y-Teen Cabinet meeting. 2-Student Council meeting, Newark vs. Dover, here: Newark 49, Dover 44. 7-German Club hears talk by Freda Heid. 8-Contemporary History meets. 9-Newark vs. Cambridge, 'Cats victors 76-55. 'IO-N.H.S. Debate team participates in Debate Clinic at O.S.U. Mr. Rice shakes the hand of Ferris Owen after the Contemoprary History assem- bly. President Gary Kreider looks on. -Bill Offenbaker takes first in county "Prince of Peace" contest. -Chorus gives concert for Shrine Ladies' Club. -Y-Teens hold meeting with Mrs. George Fatig, who demonstrated the making of Christmas decorations. -Newark beats Zanesville, there: 58-34. -Y-Teen Christmas Party at County Home. -Cast for "The Lottery", proposed Thespian festival play, announced in place of "The Least One." -Basketball game with Marietta, here, Newark 77, Marietta 54. -Christmas chapel. Chorus sings carols. -Christmas vacation begins. JANUARY -Vacation over. -Y-Teens meet and practice for formal initiation. -Assembly with famous author, Louis Bromfield, Stanley Skeen, 532,000 winner on the CBS 564,000 Question, also speaker, Basketball game with Lancaster here, Newark 68, Lancaster 49. -College Club has speaker from Capital University. -Y-Teen initiation rehearsal, Contem- porary History hears debate. -Basketball game with Chillicothe, here, Newark 64, Chillicothe 44. 21-Exams. -Basketball game with Dover, Newark 45, Dover 50. -Newark vs. Cambridge .... 'Cats win 75-54. -College Club meeting with speaker from Baldwin-Wallace College. -Contemporary History meets with Mr. Kenneth Krieder as guest speak- er. -Seniors take Scholarship test. -Basketball game with Mt. Vernon, there, Newark 66, Mt. Vernon 59. FEBRUARY -Youth Council meets, Thespians hear festival play outline, John Anderson receives US savings bond of fifty dollars as award for second place in handicapped essay. -Assembly with Mr. Finley Bouser on mountain-climbing. -Basketball game with Marietta there, Newark 68, Marietta 49. -Dave Swick is sent as representative from Boy Scouts to Washington, D.C. -Science Club sees film in conduction. -Ohio University Men's Glee Club sings for assembly. -German Club has spelling bee, Home Economics Club hears Mrs. Taylor. -Newark clemolishes Coshocton Red- skins 102-40. -12-David Guest elected state presi- dent at Ohio Distributive Education Convention in Columbus. -College Club has speaker from Ohio State. -F.T.A. meets, airline hostess gives talk to girls. 188 Ohio University Glee Club sings. I5-Key Club meets at Radio Station WC LT. 17-Pep assembly, basketball game with Lancaster, Newark 58-54. We win the COL championship. School sad- dened by news of the death of Mr. Efflo Tyrer, father of Jim Tyrer, 'Cat center. 18-Basketball game with Mt. Vernon, Newark 68, Mt. Vernon 62. 22-No school, Washington's birthday. 23-Assembly program with Mr. Paul Dry, mariner. 24-Basketball game with Chillicothe, Newark 42, Chillicothe 38. 'Cats take C.O.L. championship. 27-Mr. White, representative of Musking- um College, speaks to College Club. 28-Mrs. Brian Willson speaks to Y-Teens on God's plan for everyone. 29-Basketball tournament at Columbus, Newark plays Grandview. Newark 72, Grandview 52. Citizenship as- sembly held. Swick tells of trip to Washington, D.C., Marilyn Myers tells of Girl's State, Charles Monnett of Boy's State. "The Lottery" replaced by "Parted on Her Wedding Mom," as one-act festival play. MARCH l-Newark downs Bexley 52 to 42. 2-3-Newark wins second in NFL con- test at Ohio University. 3-Distrcit Solo and ensemble contest held at Mt. Vernon. Newark gets seventeen superior ratings. 5-Charles Shauck of Pure Oil addresses Science Club. 7-Key Club hears Sergent John Hallar. 8-Newark bows out of tournament play. Columbus South 59 to Newark's 55. Aurel E. Coffman of the Ohio House of Representatives speaks to mem- bers of Contemporary History. 9-Rumors fly thick and fast of New- arkers rioting at Coliseum in Colum- bus on Friday night after South game. Stories tell of broken chairs flying through air and general pande- monium. Mr. Boyd investigates. First baseball meeting. 9-10-With Mr. Rice, Lee Kennedy and Alice Ogle attend World Affairs ln- stitute in Cincinnati. 12-Student Council issues proclamation in relation to exaggerated rumors about Newark misconduct at Colise- um. Spring football starts. l3-UN test given. 'I4-Key Club elects officers for 1956-T957 and selects new members. Mr. Hughes announces cast for The Re- markable Incident at Carson Corners. 16-17-Coelho wins fourth in state in ex- temporaneous speaking at state finals at O.S.U. T7-District choir, orchestra, and band contest held in Newark. Dr. Floyd Faust T9-Science Club meets. John Sutphen spoke on the oscilloscope. 20-Carl Brooks, Class of '55, speaks to interested boys on Navy ROTC at O.S.U. A representative spoke to boys interested in M.l.T. 22-Representative John Ashbrook speaks to Contemporary History. Announce- ment that David Wilkins wins first and Gary Brookhart second in UN contest. lContinued on Page 193, PATRONS FOR 1955-1956 Hi-Y Club Mr and Mrs. Miss Letha Headlee Roderick Jones, John David Jones Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miller Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Pyle Miss Lillian MacNeaIy Miss Edith Fleming John S. Mason R. G. Plummer Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jason L. McCleary Mr. and Mrs. John H. Garger Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Roan Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Volz Mr. Ralph E. Rice Mr. and Mrs. George Stoeckmann Mrs. Forrest E. Duff Mrs. Rose S. Mr. Duane N. Dawley Mrs. Marie Lusk Miss Louada Mr. Herman Ernest Schott Mr. Clyde W. Kimble Miss Pauline Mr. Neil A. Spearman Mr. Robert G. Hughes Low Morgan McCreary Mr. Frew C. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. John Dowling Mr. and Mrs Cicide Dragics Mr. and Mrs. John Staugh Mr. and Mrs Douglas Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Orlo L. Reid Newark City Youth Council Interdenominational Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Buckey Mr. and Mrs. Warren T. Suter Mr. W. H. Martin Mr. Martin J. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Gordon R. Kingery Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lane Dr. W. C. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Buckey Mr. and Mrs. W. K. lnscho Mrs. D. N. Skinner Mr. R. S. Skinner Mr. Walter W. Davidson Miss Naomi Alspach Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Puryear Mr. and Mrs. Clark C. Rader Mr. C. B. Fulk Sander's Market Billandi's Pizza Mr. W. W. Kelley Mr. Fred B. Watson Mr. F. W. Smith Mrs. Mary Pierce Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Cunningham Dr. O. P. Cook Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smucker Mr. and Mrs. C E. Fee Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jones Rev. David Forsberg Mr. and Mrs. Grover Mohler Dr. S. G. Roush Mr. and Mrs. Lee Blackstone Dr. G. R. Kinsey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brunne Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Dickerson Mr. and Mrs. George Farquhar Miss Helen Williams Mrs. Edith F. Parsons Mrs. M. Kauber Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Greer Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Ashcratt Dr. D. R. Speery Mrs. Ettlo Tyrer Dr. and Mrs. Dale Roth Mrs. Sally Holeton Paul and Lucy Hayes Miss Florence Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Frank Monnett Mr. and Mrs. Paul Horky Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jones Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Simross Mrs. Mary Rexroth Dr. John L. Chynoweth Mr. Merle Killinger T HE PHIL VOGELMEIER COMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Phone FA 5-0681 Compliments Of S M I T H CLEANING COMPANY PAT RONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS AAA Service Company Abbott's Shoe Store Acme Sheet Metal Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam, Company, The Al's Self Service Food Market Altens Clothing Store, Inc. Althea's Restaurant Arensberg, George, Pharmacy Art, H. L., Jeweler Ashcratt Machine and Supply Company Athanor Heating Company B 81 L Auto Supply B 84 L Motor Freight Barrett Brothers Paint Store Beard Electric Betty Gay Beverly Shop Black, George, insurance Blakeley's Grocery Booty Resinere, Inc. Bordon Company Brown, Johnny Brucker and Moody Buckey Brothers, lnc. Bucy, Everet, Lumber Company Callander Cleaning Company Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Carroll, John J., Department Store Cartnal 81 Son, E. E. Cochran, Loyal R., Motors, lnc. College of Commerce Continental Can Company Cornell Men's and Boys' Wear Corner Pastry Shop Crane-Krieg-Flory Company Criss Brothers Danzenbaker, Otto F., Inc. Dason's Jewelers Daugherty Radio 81 Television Center DeVito, J. A. Book Store Deweese Brothers Market Diamond Store Dinner Bell Restaurant Dixie Coal Company Donetf's Fine Foods Dry Creek Crushed Gravel Company East Side Electric Edmiston's Book Store Company Elliot Hardware Erick Drugs Finch Shoes Firestone Store Flannigan, Thomas, General Contractor Frenier Sheet Metal Shop Gray Top Cab Line Green Bay Fur Company Gutliph-Henderson Gutridge Coal Hall 84 Son, W. L. Hare's Shoe Store Haynes Brothers, lnc. Hazlitt, David, Sunoco Station Heisey, A. H., 8- Company Hermann the Clothier Holland Electric Company Hollar, O. D. and Sons Hollister 81 Birkey Service Co. Horner's Newark Paint Company Hotel Warden Howard Studio Hub, The Hull's Wallpaper Store Hunter, G. B. Independent Dairy, Inc. Jack's Service Station Jean Frocks, lnc. Jeffries Supply Company Johnson Lumber Company Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation Mc: rtin Music Center "Newark,s Traditional House of Music" Lessons SALES-RENTALS-REPAIRS 31 Arcade Phone FA 9-4631 Loyol R. Cochran "Your Friendly Dodge-Plymouth Dealer' See and Hear Lawrence Welks With Our Compliments BEST DEAL ANYWHERE J PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Kaltek Company, Inc. Kelley Grocery Kent Flower Store King's Department Store Kline's Department Store Krebs-Hoskinson Company Kresge Company, S. S. Laundry Land LaWalt's Cafeteria Licking Country Farm Bureau Coop. Licking Laundry Company Livingston Brothers L. 81 K. Drive Inn Martin Heating Company Martin Music Center Mathis, Ivan Maybold's Shoes McLean's Restaurant McDonnelI's Shoes McMichael Music Store J. M. Mitchell, Inc. Mohlenpahs' Montgomery Lumber Company Mueller Studios Newark Allied Printing Trades Council Newark Asphalt Paving Company Newark Auto Dealers Association Newark Bargain Store Newark Drive-ln Hardware Newark Engraving Company Newark Furniture Company Newark Laundry Company Newark Leader Newark Monument Company Newark Telephone Company Newark Transit Inc. North Fork Gravel Company North Park Florist O'Koon Drugs Ohio Fuel Gas Company Ohio Power Company Olde Mill Roller Rink Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Palace Bowling Alley Penney, J. C., Company Pfeffer, George, Clothier Pickerill, Marjorie Dance Studios Plaine's Clothing Pound's Florists Pryor's Sunoco Service Ralph's Marathon Service Station Rankin and Rankin, Inc. Richardson Glass Service Richcreek Real Estate 84 Insurance Riley's Bakery Roberts, Al V., Real Estate 84 insurance Rockwell Spring 8g Axle Co. Roe Emerson Store Roll-A-Way Club Sawyer's Market Schuler Charles E. Enginering Company and Newark Galvanizing Scott's Appliance Company Scott's Furniture Company Sears Roebuck and Company Sergeant's Shratt's Fashion Smith Cleaning Company Star Markets Stewart-Brothers 84 Alward Co. Superior Auto Parts and Machine Co. Swank, Clarence Symons Best Jewelery Taft Hotel T 84 T Motors Vogelmeier, Helen Vogelmeier, Phil, Co. White's Motor Service White's Studios Wilma's Wimer's Appliances Wooles and Young, Excavating and Grading Wyeth Scott Company Yellow Cab Company Newo rk College of Commerce Sponsored by Business Men Summer Session Starts June 11 Fall Session Starts Sept. 10 PHONE FA 2-0921 ERICK DRUGS PRESCRIPTIONS 220 Granville Street Newark, Ohio Phone FA 4-4871 14? Graduation from high school means just that-a big step forward for thousands of young men and women who make up the class of 1956. To all of you who have taken this important step go sincere congratulations from the 3,200 people of Owens-Corning F iberglas Corporation in Newark. Moreover, we hope that this is only one of many forward steps-big and little-that you will take in the years ahead. As a company that has moved steadily in its eighteen-year history, we are constantly aware of the contributions to our progress that have been made by those who only a few years ago were completing their high school courses. We join with industry in the hope that many of you will continue your schooling and in so doing will give thoughtful consideration to the technical fields where opportunities for advancement are at their highest level. But, most of all, we hope that whatever your choice may be it is made in the realization on your part that a marketable ability is the only true security. ' OWENS-CORNINC F Congratulations to All High School Graduates QUALITY FURNITURE AND CARPETS CARLI LE'S Furniture cind Rugs N ewarkis Dependable Home F urmlshers West Main at Arcade Newark, Ohio EVE.RT BUCY LUMBER CO. LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES Sixth and Wilson Phone FA 2-9261 CGLVLCLIGF O! glmeflfif Hi-Y sponsors Easter Chapel. Reverend Otha Clary of the Centra G ls Choru I Church of Christ gives address. s sings "Jesus, My Lord, We Adore Thee," James. Club then shows film, The First Easter. O-Easter vacation lasts entire Holy Week. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING WIRING AND FIXTURES Residential and Commercial PHONE FA 2-0871 or FA 6-2281 HOLLAND Electric Shop APRIL 3 Dr. W. C. Myers speaks on words in assembly. North Avenue ---- Newark, Ohio 4 Preliminary District-State Scholarship Tests, Student Council issues proposed change in Article Ill of Con- stitution. 6 Elks Lodge gives dance for athletes. Monster Portraits by WHITE'S STUDIGS Congratulations Class of 1956 CAROL Bunn IT HAS BEEN A PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU 0 PORTRAITURE 0 COMMERCIAL 0 WEDDINGS I AERIAL 4334 North Third Street Phone FA 4-4651 NEWARK, Onto EMERSON The Young Men's Store In Style N Q I PUC he Clothes--- n o y In Spirit ei 1' s .J REF for Play 1435222 .1 I for Dress X .J for Every Occasion EMERSON Clothes Look Bight - Wear Bight - Feel Right The ROE' EMERSON Store Value - Seroice - Courtesy - Since 1887 11 S. West Side Square HIGH GRADE PIES Donuts, Cakes and Pastries DECORATED CAKES OUR SPECIALTY RILEY'S BAKERY 19 West Church Street PHONE FA 3-9061 Compliments of Richcreek Real Estate and Insurance 97 West Main St. Phone FA 4-3001 Cd, LHJGF of Alllefltd 7-District IV Dramatic and Poetry Festival contest held in Newark. Six schools participate. Newark gives play "Parted on Her Wedding Mom." Y-Teens hold dance in gym. Spring football ends. Key Club state conven- tion at Dayton. Tip Franklin Lt. Governor of this district. ' 9-Reveille Review issues extra concerning amendment to Student Council Constitution. First pictures for 1957 annual taken-the baseball team. I0-Men from naval air station explain military obligation. il-13-Band gives annual concents. 14-Band goes to Washington C.H. i9 PTA m 24 27-Assembly: The Scots give "A Double Scotch," featuring Kay Graham and Jay Morris. Honor Society Banquet. 28-Baseball at Zanesville. Band goes to OSU. - eets. -Junior Class presents assembly? SHEET METAL WGRK , 5 , 1 GUTTERING DUC1'wQRK ' RESIDENTIAL . COMMERCIAL O INDUSTRIAL ROOFING T . LENNOX FURNACES lik fl XXX and H DOWNISIPOUTS AIR CONDITIONERS BIQWERS ACME SHEET METAL Call for Estimates Dlomond 4-6040 235 South 30th Street Newark, Ohio Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1956 ELLIOTT'S L K DRIVE-IN Hci rcl wo re Store 36 West Main Street Cd LVLJGI' of giant! MAY Home of jumbo Hamburger 4-Assembly: "Theatre of Poe," featuring dramatic duo of John Moore and Blake Reed. 4-5-Senior Class-Thespian Play The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners given. 5-Final district-state scholarship tests. Corner of Fourth and Locust 9-Sophomore assembly. Give one-act play. Il-I2-Band festival at Lancaster. 15-Senior Class assembly presented. 16-Thespian banquet. I7-18-Chorus concert. 25-Senior exams begin. Student Council 26-Junior-Senior prom. 31-Sophomore-Junior exams begin. JUNE 3-Baccalaureate. 7-Commencement. 8-Final assembly. School ends. Try Our Carry-Out Service banquet. Phone FA 5-8501 HORNER'S NEWARK PAINT CO. 197 LIVE ELECTRICALLY LIVE IN THE FUTURE NOW I OHIO POWER C04 LM! B 8g L AUTO SUPPLY 68 West Main Street C ampliments of Marjorie Pickrell Donce Studios Instructions in ALL TYPES OF DANCING 385 North Third St. Phone FA 4-3301 ..INDEX.. A Abbott, Charles Eugene. ...................Y...., .......Y....... 3 8 145 Abbott, James Henry .....,.........,.... 62, 121 123 139 16347 Ables, Barbara ....................,,..,,,..... Xckers, W'l tta Lee ............,,..,,..,... 69 137 Acklin, Wil1iam Comell ......,.... 62 A ck, Allan ,... .... .... 15353 A K, G rg oo ie ,,.. AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS Actin, Gigalsinc Elizabeth 69 Acton, Lawrence Willard ..... 145 Acton, Winogene ..Y..,,.,,.,. 88 Adams, David ,.,......... 82 Adcock, Iolm .............. 96 Ag'n, Shirley A 62 Albon, Ellen .,.. 82 Albon, Reese .... 82 Allen, Barbara ....... 90 Allen, james .......... 31 170 Allen, Neil .,...... 78 THE NEWARK ASPHALT PAVING CO. and Subsidiaries THE NEWARK ASPHALT CO. THE VANATTA GRAVEL CO. 1242 Mt. Vernon Road Newark, Ohio CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS of T956 Your Fclvorife Store of Quality cmd Dependolbilify Amspaugh, james .. ...... .. Amspaughty, Betty .,.......... Anderson, Jack ,,,....,,.........................................Y, .............. 8 2, 84 Anderson, Iohn Mackenzie ........ 38 6, 121, 122, 135, 141, 142, 143, 145 Anderson, Judy Ann ,.,...,........ ..................,. 6 2, 125, 129, 185 Anderson, Karen Lee ........ .. --...--.-....--........----.- 70 Anderson, Morris Clement .,.,... ...,.Y.........,.........-.. 3 8 Anderson, Nancy Sue .............. ....... 3 8, 126, 137 Anderson Robert Dale ....... ............. 6 9, 137 Anderson, Ronald .,............ ....,............-- 8 4 Anderson, VVil1iam ................. ....,.--- 9 6 Ankrum, Gloria jean ............... ......... 6 2 Archer, Donald Raymond.. ..,......... 69 Arrnentrout, Robert Eugene.. . ............... .38 Armstrong, Larry ......,............ ........ 8 2, 84 Armstrong, Lois ..,................ ............. . H82 Arnold, Larry Edward ....... ......... ......... 5 9 Art, Natalie ...................,.. ........ 6 9, 126 Ashcraft, Judith Ann .......... ......... 3 8, 131 Ashcroft, Larry Glenn ......... .................... . .69 Ashcraft, Virgil ............... ...,,.. ....... ......... 3 3 , 145 Ashenbard, Glenda Lou ........ ........ 1 7, 69, 131 Ault, Dan Amold ............... .....,.r.............. 3 8 Ault, Larry Lee ,..................... ......... ........-- 5 9 Arbell, Robert Leonard ......... ...... 6 9, 149 ,P 61' S "Say it With Flow Compliments of Kent Flower Store 43 North Fourth Street Across from the Masonic Temple Phone FA 6-5231 Congratulations to Class of '56 'Y Most Modern Drive-In Dry Cleaning Laundry Plant In Newark 485 West Church Street ROCKWELL SPRING AND AXLE CO. OHIO AXLE AND GEAR DIVISION Congratulations to the Class of 1956 Congratulations to the Class of 1956 from THe MUELLER STUDIOS DONPOUND where you may select as many gift portraits as you need. Portraits are the most appreciated of all gifts, and you are proud to give yours to your friends when they are made by Mueller Studios in the Arcade. llllll QTOGR4. 3' 1 ? F B 4 U' 'H O 2 5 Non cY' H Bachmann, Charl F d ............... .........---- 3 9- B hmann, Rob It ............... ............. 90 B g f Edd' L ..... ............. 3 8 g 1, Rich d .... ..... ............. g t Shirley Kay U5 .J v '4 Sv? 2. ND.- 2 9 : no ze.. B B B 1 e , an ra ............... ............. 9 0 as, 131, 145 B lrd, Earlene ....... . .....,...... ..... . ..90 B ker, Charles Earl ................. ...69 Eater, ggxzirles William ........... a er, e ores ............,....... ........ , B k , J r ......................,. ........ 7 8 Congratulatzons Bgkil, 1:1122 Phillip .........,., ............. 6 9 Baker, Joseph Brooke ......,.. 62 121 145, 150 , r, - ...........,. ........... C1053 Of 56 Biiifing, iilgef its ..r.,,..,,,, ....... 6 s, 69,'183 B ldwin, Robert ................. .... 6 9, 150, 183 Ballinger, Roberta ..,,...... ........... 3 8, 62 Balo, Carl Eugene ......... .................. 6 9 Balo, Walter .,.,...,,,.. ............. 9 6 Balsen, Karl ,...........,. ........ 8 2 Banks, james Harris . ........ 69 B A L Barber, Don David .,...... 62, 130 FREIGHT, INC. JOHNNY BROWN Phone FA 9-4731 202-204 W. Main St. Newark, Ohio 171 Riverside Dive Newark, Ohio PERSONALIZED INSTALLATION CUSTOM DESIGNED FLOORS AND WALLS Linoleum - Asphalt - Rubber Plastic - Cove Base a Specialty THE NEWARK TELEPHCNE CCMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service a Great Convenience The Best Approach to Employment Indispensable to Success in Business Congratulations to The Class of 1956 NORTH PARK GRAVEL CO. WASHED, CRUSHED, AND GRADED CRAVEL TOP QUALITY SANDS Waterworks Road FA 5-8801 Compliments WOOLES 87 YOUNG Excavating and Grading Contractors SEWER, WATER, CAS, CABEL DITCHING BULLDOZING AND SHOVEL WORK Of S. S. KRESGE CO. 11 and 23 North Third Congratulations to Class of 1956 B O R D E N ' S Dairy '87 Ice Cream Co. Compliments PHONE FA 4-0531 Corner Walnut and Third Barker, john Gerald .......... ......... 6 2 Barner, Lewis Edwin .,V..... .... . .69 Barnes, Mary .,...........,.... ......... 3 3 Barr, Richard .....,,....,.......... . .......... 96 Barrett, Ierry ,... ,,.... ........,.... ............ 8 6 Barrick, James Edward ......... .......,....... 6 2 Barrick, Thomas Allen ...,..,... ......... 3 9, 145 Bartoe, Sterling Lincoln ....... ............... 6 9 Barton, Barbara ...........,.,.,.. ,.................................. 8 7 Barton, Evelyn Marie ..,. ........,........................ . .62 Bascomb, Melvin Lee ....,,.. .......,,...................... L ..,...,.. 6 9 Basford, George Douglas .....,. ....... 3 9, 139, 177 ,179 182 Basford, Marjorie Ann ..,.... .,......,......,,.. 6 9, 125, 128 Bastin, Valarie Lee ......... ...... 6 2, 121, 124, 128 Bates, Anita .................... ...................,........... 9 0 Bates, William Francis., .... ............................ 6 2 Baughman, Linda ..........,...... ...................... 6 9 Baumgartner, jerry ............,..... ...,..................... 6 2 Baumgartner, Linda Ann ....,........ ....... 6 9, 125, 185 Bausman, Richard Edmund ......... ............ 3 9, 139 Beach, Charles ......................,... .,,.... 1 70, 171 Beach, Jerry ........................... ............... 9 0 Beall, Patricia ..,............. ....... . .69 Beckman, Bonnie Lou .,,,.... , ........ 69 Beckman, Richard ........ .... . .82 I of Q! If I4 DO 52 25 , fy Iflygw Qyjb 9 ifffigsfgli? if J I, ff ,K I EMR? jjgiijiggjfjyqbgjmyuixfi 55? I h I C N kWk G. ALFRED KREBS CARB W. HOSKINSON KREBS-HOSKINSON COMPANY General Contracting in Sewers Excavating and Grading 610 West Church Street Phone DI 4-1510 NEWARK, OHIO Beckham, john Andrew ............ ........... 3 9 Beeney, Bonna ........,....Y............. ........v...... 7 8 Beeney, Kenneth Franklin ........ .............. 69 Beggs, june .............,...,.......... ,..,... ............ 8 2 Belter, Beth ....,.....,..,.......... ........,...........,. 8 6, 88 Bennett, Robert Francis .... .................,................ 6 9 Bennington, Ruth ...,.......... .. ............,..........,.............. 32 Benson, Roberta Alice ..,.,..,... ........... 3 9, 121, 133, 145 Benson, Theodore Ivar ....,...,,. ................. 6 2, 123, 182 Bentley, Jerry Bruce ..,.............. ...............,.,............. 6 9 Bentley, JoAnn Rosemary ....,...... ........,,.....,........ 3 9, 62 Berger, Virginia Florence .......... .....,...... 6 2, 125, 129 AR B EA Bero, Davi ..,............,....,.......... ..,..........,..................... 9 6 Bevard, Harry Alexander. ..,.... . ......... TBetao ill ill Bibart, john ....,i ,......... ........... ............................... 8 2 Bibler, james William ............ ............. 3 9, 137, 139 Biddle, Alan ..., . ................ ................,.......... 9 6 Biddle, Sandra .,............. ............. 3 9, 148 'COOPERATIVE ASS'N Feed - Seed - Fertilizer Petroleum Products 159 Wilson Street Phone FA 9-6231 P. O. Box 431 Newark, Ohio Electrical Appliances-F arm Machinery Billingslea, Dave .........,,.... Billman, Barbara Ann ........ Billman, Carole Iean ........ Bishop, jerry Excel ........... Bishop, Marguarite ........... Bishop, Roderick Miner ....... Black, Donald .,,,.......... ............ Black, Donna Elizabeth ............ . .... ...... 6 2 ....69,139 .,.......131 Congratulations To the Class of 1956 BE.TTY GAY 29 North Third Street Phone FA 3-9961 Betty Coffman, Mgr. :IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIL DEMAND THIS LABEL . x,y,XED PRINTIN NEWARK OHI0 ON ALL YOUR PRINTING' Newark by local umon workmen recelvmg a umon wage Wages 'I'I1aI' are spen'I IocaIIy for 'Ihe beI"I'ermen'I of I'I1e hre communlry Suppor'l' umon labor and umon labor wlII supporl' you The followmg are Umon shops of Newark ADVOCATE PRINTING COMPANY NEWARK LEADER NEIGHBOR and RIGGS CO Thzs ad ES sponsored by the - Typograph cal U o Local N 69 - E Pr nr g Pressme s Un L cal No 245 E 5 Allred Prmtmg Trades Councll 5 E L , ' Th ' ' ' Th T ' ' E E STAN STEMM RAILPH TIG-NOR 3 5 LARRY PARKINSON ED THOMPSON E 5 JOHN H. SMITH HERMAN PHENEGER E 2 See that your job carries the Newark Union Label E 5- The REVEILLE Is Composed and Printed In Newark By Members of the Above Crafts E 0 TRADES LABEL COUNCIL O 2 This Label cIesignaI'es 'I'I1a'I' +I1e proclucl' was produced In 5 R presentmg e Pressmerfs Umon Representm e yylographwal Uma S gllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE Congratulations Seniors "BEST, OF LUCK SYMON BEST JEWELRY CO. 1 North Third Street Black, Nettie.. ......,....... ............. 6 9 Black, Robert Colp ........, . ..Y,........,............r..........r.,..... U62 Blackburn, NVilma Marie ........,....,...,...........,.....,.,..Y 62, 148 Blacksten, jerry Lee. ............................... ----..Y,..,..................... 6 9 Blackstone, Shirley Ellen ,...,....,.. 39, 122, 126, 127, 130, 138, 140, 144 Blackwell, Kathleen Lou ...........,.....,,................................,.... 62 Blackwell, Nancy Ann ......... . ,.................,r.YY..... 69 Blakeley, Carole Diane ,.,.,. ......... 6 9, 126, 128 Blakeley, Gail ....................... . ...11................... 78 Blakeley, Robert Douglas ..... ............ 3 9, 123 Blamer, Suzanne ...,.......,.... ............. 7 8 Bline, james .,.......Y...,..... ...,......... 9 6 Bline, joseph ,......., , ............. 96 Blowers, Marjorie ,.... ............ . ...62 Blum, Steven... ....,,.,..... ...,..... 6 9, 183 Bobot, Steve ...i....,....... .,....,.,............. 9 2 Boder, Marilyn lean ........ ,....,, 6 9 125, 127 Boder, Richard, ,... ..,..... ............,....,,... 9 2 Bodkins, Bennie ,..,,.... ........,......,,.,.. ,,.. . . 78 I Bodoh, Evelyn Lea, ...... ..,,........,.....Y...,,,............,...Y 6 9, 131 Bodoh, Marilyn Virginia. ...,.,........,...,....... 40, 122 124, 127 Bodnh, VVillinm Thomas .......,., 40, 106, 121, 130, 131, 139, 142 145 Boell, Marcia Ann r..... . .....,i...,......,,,, 40, 126, 131, 185 Boell, Marilyn Sue .... .........,,..... 6 2, 125, 185 Congratulatzons to the Congratuluatzons and Best Wzshes Class of 1956 To the Senior Class Brucker ond Moody Of NHS-1956 Complete Auto Service 498 Mt. Vernon Road Phone FA 6-8981 Newark, Ohio THE NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 'Congratulations to the Class of T956 CURRAN MOTOR CO. COCHRAN MOTOR SALES Olds - Cadillac Dodge - Plymouth CHARLES "WOW" RUPLE MOTORS RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Chrysler - Plymouth Studebaker - Packard FRANK L. ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. WALKER - BATTAT MOTORS DeSoto - Plymouth Ford COOPERRIDER CHEVROLET MORIN - BUICK, INC. Chevrolet Buick E. E. CARTNAL 8t SON Sheet Metol, Roofing ond Furnoce Controctors Rear 58 South Fourth Street Phone FA 4-4141 Serving the Public Since 1920 Boerstler, Dick .....,........... .......... 9 0 Boerstler, Roger Lee ..,.... , ......... 69 Boggs, Carol Elaine ...,... .......... 6 9 Boggs, Robert Harrison ..... ,,..,,,.,,,. t .69 Bolen, Harry ...,..,, .....,,.... ..,,,,,. ,..... . , 9 2 Bolen, Gary ,,..,,.,.,......,..... .,,,,.,,., 9 O, 92 Bolton, Walter .................. .................. 8 4 Bondy, Cecil Harold ...,....... .,..,.....,... 6 2 Booth, Gail Louise .......... .......... 6 9 Hope, David Allen ...... ..,....... 6 2 Boring, Gerald ............ ....,.,..,..,. 8 2 Boss, Carolyn., ....,...... ............ . .86 ' owe , eri yn ose .......... .,,.,..., , Congratulations Bowers, Carol Yvonne ,............ .....,.. 6 2, 125 Bowers, Iudith Louise ............. ..,.............., 6 2 Bowers, Lowell Woodward ......... ......,,....,..... 6 9 gowers, lgiona Rosie ....,............ ......,,,.........,, 6 2, 122 owers, atricia nn ......... ................................. Class of Bowman, Dean Worth. .,...... ..........................., 4 0, 130 Bowman, Richard Allen ,...., ......... 4 0. 130, 170, 171 Boyce, David Edward ......... ......... 8 , 40, 121, 122, 123 Boyce, Donald YY,............. .....,............,.................. 8 2 Boyd, Frew .i.. ........,,..... .................. 1 3 , 26, 36 Boyd, Florence ......... ,,...,,,..,, 3 2, 122 Boyer, Gail Mare ,.... ..,..... 6 9, 126 DEWEESE BROS. MARKET Ashcroft Mochine 8t Supply Co. 185 Wilson Street Phone DI 4-3045 MACHINE WORK - WELDING METALLIZING INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES RICHARD CASH Portraits with Personality HOWARD STUDIO MARY ANN POUND Compliments Superior Auio Paris HCTEL WARDEN and Machine Co. Phones FA 2-2691 - FA 2-2641 DI N I 201 - 205 West Main Street Boylan, Marilyn Elaine .,...... .....,... 6 2, 148 ' lgoylgn, Rcgmlcg Williarri ...,.., .,..,. 6 9, 1153 Sefvmg Meals EW!! Day Biiyyiliiigf Miiiiigiiiiijjffjjjijfi... i:3i3i3i3j:182 Bmdcloclli, Igarbinra Ann ....,... A ...., 69, 133 Bnd , ur ...,,.,,,.. ,,,.. . ........... . Sunday Brgfizijii Fieiidgmg ...,........ ............... 7 8 Bradley, Ruth Ann, ,,,.... ..... ............ F B , VDR Bradshaw, Nancy ,,.......,....... .............. 8 2, 132 Bradshaw, Thomas Lee .,.,,... ........................... 4 0 Brearley, Shirley Arm ,,,....,......... ......... 6 2, 125, 131 Breneman, james Marland.. ........................ 62 Erewer, Ralph ...................... ............... ria , K nny.. ............,...,.,.,... ..... ,.........,......,..,.,........ . . FA Bringardnir, Claudia Lee ,......... .............,............,...... 4 0, 126 Bringardner, Richard Allen .,............,.....,..r....,..,.........,..,.. . ..,. 69 Brodt, Rebecca Ann Y....... ..... . 169, 125, 127, 136, 137 Bromley, Betty Maxine ,........................ ......,...........Y 6 2 130, 185 Brookhart, Douglas, ..,... , ............. .........,.,,..,......,................ 8 6, 88 Brookhart, Gary .,....,.........,...................., 40, 123, 135 141, 143 Brookover Beverly Lou .... 40, 121, 122, 125, 129, 131, 135, 137, 138, 140 Blocks, Bonnie .....,..,,.......................,....,....,,....,.,..........,..,,....,.. 86 Brooks, David Allen ........ .... 6 2, 121, 129, 150, 182 Brooks, Gary Wilson ...,... ...,................................ 6 2 Brooks, Norma Sue ...... ...... 6 2, 126, 138, 140 Compliments Of CONTINENTAL CAN COMPANY, INC. CZ i CZ? f n im! .X ' ff. S 7 ffll i fi-5 TO THE MAN WITH 'fx fx' X I THE ooLoRED GLASSES t l Q X5 I Lite in general looks dark ri! 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UNCHAINED DOTS MEAN CLEANER REPRODUCTIONS SQUARE DOT L ' i ISLAND DOT The Newark Engraving Company 2 Brothers, Marcia ............ ........ 9 0, 132 Brown, Barbara ...,........... .............. 8 2 Brown, Diana Mae ....,,,...,,. , ,,.............. 40 Brown, Eleanor Louise ....... ....... 6 9, 131 Brown, Cary Warren .....,..... ...............,. 6 9 Brown, Girard Sidney .,.....,. .............. 4 1 Brown, Margaret Kay ,....,..,. ........ 6 9, 125 Brown, Ray ,,.....,. .,........... ,..,..... ..... 6 2 Brown, Rose Marie ..... .... ........,,. 4 1 Brumage, Fred E ................ .............. 6 2 Brumage, Tom .....,.............,.... ........,... v ..,. 8 6 Brunner, Charles Richard ....... ..69, 149 Brutchey, Iudith Isabelle ...,... ...,r,..... 4 1, 131 Bryan, Kenneth Homer ......, .Y.............. 6 9 86 Bryan, Molly Loring ......,.. 126, 136 Bryant, Carolyn May ....,.. Y..... . ...,.,.............. 6 9 Bryant, Dotty Ann .........,. 133, 148 Bryson, Arlena Kay ....,,,,, ........... 6 9 Bryson, Larry Thomas .,.., ,....... . ..69 Buckwalter, Bonita .,..,.,.. ..................... 9 2 Buchanan, Barbara ............, ,..90, 92 Buchanan, Carol Leone ...... .,69, 126 Buchanan, Reva Millie ,.., .,...,..,.....,,.,,,,,,...,.,.,,.., 6 9, 125, 148 Budd, Donald .,,.,,...........,....,,.........,, , ..,,.,,,..,. V .,......,.............. ...31 Buckey, Donna Jeanne ........ 69, 125, 127, 137, 138, 140, 185 CRANE- KRIEG- ROLL-A-WAY CLUB, INC. Invites You To Skate Club skating ............ .................. 7 :so-9:00 junior High School ...... Friday, 6:80 P. M. Elementary 7-11 Years .... Saturday 12:00 Beginners 3-6 Years ............ Sunday 12:00 F L O R Y Regular Session Price ........ ....... 5 Oc HARDWARE and r HOUSEWARES 600 West Church Next to YMCA 11 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Compliments of THE WYETH-SCOTT CG. Sisal Street NEWARK, OHIO 215 Congratulations to the Class of 1956 KLINE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 19 - 21 South Third Street Compliments P L A I N E. ' S Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Established 1898 8 South Second St. Newark, Ohio Buckey, Roberta Ernestine .... Burden, Joyce Sue ........,..... Burden Richard ,............... Burkam, Judy Sue ..,..,... Burkey, Burger, Gary William ......,.. Sandra ...,....,....... Burger. Gmny ,................ . Burke, Dolly Ann ......... Burrel, james H ................ Bush, Dorothy ...................,. Bush, Kathleen Beulah .....,. Bush, Kathryn Eula ......,...... Butler, Robert joseph ..,,..... Butler, William ................, Butts, Rose Marie ..,.., ,,.. Buzick, Ronnie Bves, Robert ........, .... Cagney, Peggy ........,. ........ . . Caldwell, janice Ann ....... Calendine, Ronald, ....... ,..... . Callander, john Robert ........ ..........s9, 125, 138, 69, 121, 128, 131, 140 145 185 QIQQfIIQ2i1Q" ..70 182 149 .......70, 125, 148 fffffffliif' 111I1?i6f' H92 121 U84 131 Cameron, Marilyn ......,,.... ...............,....,,......... 8 2 Cameron, Robert Alan ,....... ...............,..,,..... 4 1, 145 Campbell, Barbara Mae ..... ,........ 7 0, 126, 135, 140 ROEIIKKAIIDCO. sums Compliments Of SEARS xl U 7!.f'.,'f.A4'l04, emfsxvszrsf-H IGWAIN . OHIO 20 North Fourth St., Phone FA 6-6581 NEWARK, OHIO Campbell, Carol ,,,,,,,.,,, ,..., .,,..,,.. 9 2 Campbell, Paul Hubert .,...,,. ,,,,....,., .....,. , . .62 Campolo, john ........,...,.,.,.. ,,,l.,,,,.....,....,.... 4 1 Canter, Ioan Marie ,... ,.,. .,,.,,,,, 7 0 , 125, 131 Cantlon, Brenda Larner ..,....., 70, 126, 145 Carlo, joseph ..........,.......... .,.,,,,,, 3 3, 175, 182 Carr, Charles VVilhurt ......, ,.,..,......,,..,,.,..,.,,....,,...,,...,,,,.. 6 2 Carson, Betty, ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 126 Carson, Ronnie ,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,, 9 0 Carter, Mary Catherinev.. ...,.... 41, 121, 122, 126, 142, 145 Cartnal, Diana jean ,,,.,,,r 4.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,, , 462, 121, 126 Carnal, Judith Ann ,,.,,,,,,., ,,,..,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 125 Carver, john Allen ...,,.,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,....... 4 1 Carver, Vickey, Darlene ..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0, 126 Cash, Richard Lew ......,.,.,,,,.,..,,, ,,,,,,, 1 7, 41, 170, 174 Cash, Robert ,,,............................,. .,.,.,,,,,.. L .,.......,...., 3 0 Cashdollar, Charles William ,,,.... .,.........,............ 6 2 Cashdollar, Jerry ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, 82 Castle, Thomas ....,....,,...,....,., ,,,...,,,,,.,,..., 7 8 Cavey, janet Kay ,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,, r,r,,,,,,,, ....,,,,,, G 0 Cavey, Ruth Ann ,r,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 7 0 Chaney, Carol jane ,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 0, 125, 148 Chapman, Elizabeth Ann ,,,..,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 134 Chapman, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Chapman, Wilma ,,.,.,,..,,,,,,,, ,.,,,..,,... 9 6 Chappelear, Carol ......... ........96 Printing That Pleases 1735 Wcst Main Street NEWARK FURNITURE COMPANY Newarkfs Largest Furniture Store SPECIALIZINC IN COMPLETE ROOM OUTFITS OFFERED AT REAL SAVINGS TO YOU Open Monday and Friday Evenings to 8:30 P.M. Across from Big Bear 42 South Third Street FA 4 4411 SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive THEQEI T Congratulations to CLASS of 1956 OPEN 8:30 A.M. to 8:30 P.M. LAUNDRY LAND Monday through Saturday Self-Service, Regular Service Quality Shirts Individual Washings HARDWARE Phone FA 2-2891 50 North 11th Street Newark, Ohio HOUSEWARES Ch It , R b n. ................. ........ 8 6 PAINT C1Q2Qe,0ncM.g,fi..f,.Y .....,......... ........ 3 3 C atterton, een vonne, .,....... ........ Ch , Pm' ....,.........r.........., .,................ 9 6 Chgiizl-, Vidtlalr Lance ..,.....Y.. .................... 7 0 Children, Carol ...,...........,..... ............................. 1 32 Church, Barbara Io .................. ................ 6 2. 125, 144 Church, Dianna Elizabeth ....... ...................,......... 4 1, 125 Church, Patti, Annetteu ........ ......... 4 2, 122, 124, 135 gixynowethmlgai Jckhn L .... M. ..-..............-,,.....----.--------. . H24 tt, a nn ,.,.,.,. ................,.....,.........,....... ........ D B Elgin' 1A1!5ice"m"' ' tt, ic ae ruce ................ , , , , , Newol rk C1:51geA1iCe ,,.,.,,,,,,e,,,..,,,,...,,. ....,.....,.....,.......,.....,....,.,........,. 9 0 Clark, Dianna Kay .....,..... ......v.......-,.--,..-.---........ G 0, V33 ci k, G ' .e................. . ...,....,.............. .. Clzlrk, jo afllnn ,.....,.,,........... ..................,.. . 62, 125 Clark, Nancy jane... ............,, ....... Q .----....Y................. 4 2 - 1 glass, IudXhlMari? ..... ......,. . ....... 70, 125, .131 lgg , , t r n ........ .............,..........,...... 151 Mt- VCTHOII Road CGZZZR, rlalllld ,.,. :fl ........,.,v. ...,.. 1 ..,....,.....,,,, ..... 9 6 Clayton, Mary Alice ....,........ .......... 7 0, 126, 136 Clemings, Hilda Louise, ....... .,............ 6 2 126 134 Cline, Duane Ken' ........... ..............,.................... 4 2 Cline, Earlene Louise .... ....... 7 0, 126, 127, 148 Cline, Tarline ,.,........... .......,............ 1 27, 133 Our Sincere 'Congrotulofions to the CLASS GF "56" on the completion of your high school course . . . may the foundations laid in these past years he secure for your lifetime of building and your ultimate success he assured. Igllfey 1' 'BROSQ C ST WA dr ALWAIID 0 Till: RICA DE A' UNIIIN BLIICK NEWARK! WHERE GOOD FURNITURE IS NOT EXPENSIVE Cline, Ida Rose ..,, .......................... 7 0, 125, 185 Cline, janet ........... ,. ......... . .............................,........ 96 Cline, Larry Io ....,...... .........,.....,......... . ..Y................. . .42 Cline, Marla Kaye ,...... ......... 6 8, 70, 126, 127 145 185 Cline, Martha Lois .,.............. ..........,........................,... 7 0 124 Cline. Sandra ........................... ................,.,.........., - ...... 1 45 Clum, Mary Kathleen .............. . ......,..,........,.,.l........,........ ..70 Cochenour, Carolyn Shirley ......... ...,...........,.....,......... 7 O, 125 Cochenour, Gary Forest .........,.........,.... 62, 106, 111 141 143 Cochran, Daniel Browalee ........ .............. 4 2, 121, 131, 145 Cochran, Karen Louise ......... . ..,.......................,.......... 70 Cochran, Kenneth ..,.,....,... ..............,,........................ . .96 Cochran, Kenneth .,.v.....,.,.,... ........................,.............,......... 9 6 1 Cochran, Richard Willis .,....................,.......................,........... 42 Cochran, Thomas Allen... .........,.. 42, 121, 145, 150 179 182 goego' Emu: ""'"""""'"'""'""""""""""""""""""""""""' . . oe o, onnie .............................,..,.......,..,..........,.,........,.... Coelho, Jeffrey Theodore ...........,..................... ..,..........,.. 8 2, 84 Coelho, Susan Haas .... 62, 121, 124, 128, 135, 141 142, 143 Soifmny RBd1"'ia"'s' ""' o ange o, ona xco as ...................,.................... .............. Collins, consume sue .,....... ......... 7 0, 124, 185 340 Mt. Vernon Road Collins, Darlene Iona ..,.... ...........,........ , ...70 Compton, Carol, ................ ....,............,.......... 7 8 Compton, Elsie Viola ..,.... ..,............................ 7 0 Conaway, Brent Post .,.,..... ...... . 70, 131, 137, 149 Congratulations to the Class of 1956 RICHARDSON GLASS SERVICE Phone FA 4-4361 FA 4-4201 Complete Motor Service SPECIALIZING IN BUICKS A fmmlvlm 9 STORY- I "THE HOME OF BETTER ATHLETIC GOODS,' Connell, Harry .....,.........,.. ......,.................. 8 2 Conner, Richard Lee ........ .....,. 6 2 121, 145 Conners, Barbara .............. ,................... 8 8 Conklin, Paul Dale ,....... ,. , .........,.,....,.... .70 Connell, Harold Chester ..... ..,,... L .............,r........................ 7 0 - Conrad, Stacy ................,...,. ..,.....,.,....,..,.........,.......,...... 2 1, 24 Q-A Cooper, Barbara June ............,..... 42, 121, 122, 131 138, 140 ' Cooper, Larry E ward ......,..,.......,........,......,.................. 42, 149 , C00 Jerrider, Phyllis Eileen .....,..,.,...,..................,,,,..,.... 57, 125 - i1 Cop1ey, Wanda .,,,..,....,.......,,.,..,......,...............,,.................... ..90 Newa,rk,3 1- Corby, loseph Roy ...,....,..,..,, 13, 43, 121, 123 137 145, 150 H, Cotterman, jerry. ,.,,......,...,.....,. ....,......,............,,..................... 9 2 L pk ,L T. Couden, Patricia Ann ....,,,..,.,...................,.......,,...................., 62 'l'nOSt W 'i , nv , :Q gougellie-rj Charles Lucien ,,,...,. .....,,,i 4 3, 139, 133 '11 '- , . , B owes, erry ..,.....,................. ........,..,.,,.,........ A Cowles, Sally ..,.,...,.,...,.....,.. . ........... ....... 9 0 m0fl6m :A goxvleiy T013 Manfgrd ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, d q ox, ar ...,,...,......... .. .................,,......... , YA, fl'-,ff,L1"f? 'mf goxi Lgsfgr- Bi .'-',.-..-,.-,,.-- ------ 6 epartrnent Y 01' ey YV13- fine ------f-------- -f-fA- , , 1 - ' f ""'w "" "' . C ' , W'll' Ed d ,,,.,,,,,, ,.,....,.....,,,,,,,.,...... 7 0, 182 Store "' 'Qi ' 1 Grazia, La,:3'nEdaY?i ,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,..,.. .,..,,.. 4 3 M Mi 1. Crawford, Daniel Harrison, ,.,,, ..,,.........,.,...,,...,...,..... 7 0 'i-'T'-1-' Crebs, Marilyn Ruth ...,........... ,.,..,. 7 0 125 131, 145 Cree, ...,.,........,....., .....V........,,-.,,-,.-.-----, 9 6 WHETHER YOU'RE SHOPPING Crego, Connie Sue ,,.., ,... ..... 4 3 , 131 it v - OR JUST LOOKING YOU,RE ALWAYS WELCOME AT La Wclfs Cafeteria Specialty Home Cooked Foods K I N G I S Arcade Annex A Friendly Phone FA 2-6034 Store in a Ola Hay, Proprietor Friefidly Czty gl Compliments of Compliments of SAWYER'S MARKET 393 East Main Street Phone FA 9-6211 Crist, Christineu ........................ 78 Crist, Connie ,.A...... .......,..,................. 8 6 Crist, Marianne ........, ...,..,.. 7 0, 125, 131 Crist, Nancy .....,............ ................,.. . ,88 Cmthvrs, Carol Ann .... ............ ...... , . 70 Crothers, Celina ...,........... . ..,................ 86 L Crothers, Rfvhert Earl ......... ,......................r 6 2 o Crouse, Saundra ....,............ .......,..,..........,...... 8 6 Crowley, Linda Lee ........ ....... ...,....,. 7 0 126 140 Culp, George Robert ........r......... .................. 4 3, 139 Cunningham, janet Matilda ....... ..,....,, 7 0, 126, 140 gunninglliam, lligymizz ..... ...,.... .......,,,........,,.,.,.., 3 3 unnmg am, O n ran in .......... ....,,....,,,.,.,.,...,. FA Cunningham, Ronnie Lee ........... .,....,..,, 6 2, 131 Cunningham, William ......,... ..,.,,..... 8 6 Cupples, Delores .,,.....,..... ,....,,,, 7 8 Cupples, Linda lean ......., , ...... ...70 D Dailey, Nancy Carol ..,.,... ..,...,..,. ...,.,,,,,,,. ..,.,, 7 O , 134, 148 Danielson, Carroll ............ ..., .......... .....,....,..,.........,.....,,. 7 8 Dantord, Alice Estelle, ,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,A,,,,,, 6 2 , 124, 135 Dantord, Roberta Sue ............. ......... 4 3, 121, 127, 130, 185 Danley. Thomas Ross ..........,....... ........,......,.,...... 7 O 131, 148 Damner, Geoffrey Edward .......,.. ............................. 7 0, 131 Dnrkas, Stella Merrie .....,... .... ....,,..... 7 0 , 126 1 - ' f - ' H A GI , A, 7 L elsey Olsswclre J I 1 r af SERVING PLANTS Sr PLATES A SMOKEITS NEEDS A BOWLS Aww! ak BEVERAGE SETS A CANDLESTIGKS " I .,,, QS Ai -Af TUMBLERS ak STEMWARE tg ,,, 7 . . H. HEISEY Sz CO. N Serving Leading Stores Coast to Coast . '. .,,.. .T-x-"tix - , ' 5, 4 Factory Glassware Store ,lil 5355? 2 On Oakwood Avenue off East Main St. J W , FEATURING CLOSEOUTS AND SECONDS K m e ,N . -5. Li' Q ' Hens s The Finest in Glassware, Made in America by Hand Y- LL..- mx., L, Compliments Of :': 11 V--.'f- fa:-.-A ., - -fi-'11 -' 1 -A 22- 1., , .A,V 1 "'. Q' Q - 3'-3 f: "A 1 ' ...4 .:... Y .A ' f- f 1 . ' ''Q-,ff5:ilE:3Q:Q:EESEEE:f L ' 14 A 'E :2:1:1:- '1If2:f::-:-:':-:5?T?2555??':r?fr:r:-::-:-:-fl:-f ' ,. 21 .1 ::':':'::':'. " gags:sis2ff:fff1frf:ffs:5:52Ss:1.. 1.: : :.:.:.1 : : f .:2::: : :f:s:5. f:s2sEsfs2s?525f55a1 ' M2 ff 3 iw K 17 5 Men to - .-:-:-:f:-:-:-:1 ,-: 155:-.y., f -: -A ,- 1, .' -c"-:qz-' - ' -. U:-:Q Al. V. ROBERTS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Cor. of Mt. Vernon Rd. and Channel St. Ch0iC9-N015 Clwfwe Bfings We Sell the Eearth and Insure What Is On If Dames, Mona Frances ......... Daughterty, George Dewey ......... Daughtery, Paul Marvin .,..... Davis, Donald Howard ,...... D' " ' . - L avluson, ruce . 1 .. . .. Davidson, Walter .............. Davis, Danny .,............... Davis, l' ellx ...Y......... Davis, Davis , Davis, Davis Loyd E .,...,...... Marjorie Ann ...... Richard B ........ Rose Delores.. Davis: VVillard Oscar .,... Dawk ins, Ronnie ........ Dawley, Duane ,.... ........ Dawli ng, Cynth1a ............... Dawson, Emma Maxine,....... Day. Day, Deafe Glenna Mac ............. Io Ann ........... ........ . . nbaugh, Robert .....,.. Dean, Larry ................... Dean, Martin ............. . Dean, Ned ...,............ Debevoise, Darlene ....... Debevoise, Richard .......... Dell, George Stimpson ........ ........s2, 21211111651 62, 121, 150, 63, 175, 177, 180, 70, 177, 180, .QQQQI15 176Q"'iS'i',"' 125 ..62 123 ..43 ..82 139 ..78 ..86 182 148 182 ..43 ..70 ..63 ..33 ..78 134 70 96 30 90 28 ..90 ..78 ..88 145 Compliments Of POUND'S FLORISTS Corner Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone FA 5-0131 Dell, Dr. Glen VV ..........,., .Y.........,,... . .24 Dellinger, Betty Lou ...,....... ........,..,....,. 7 0, 131 Deming, Barbara Suzanne ..... ............ 7 0, 125, 135 Deming, Marcia Anne ...... ....... 43 121 124, 130 DeMo0y, Robert Allen ......... ...... 4 3, 139, 177, 179 Denner, Mary ,.,............... ......l.............,.......,.,. . .90 Denney, Patricia Arlene... . ......,. 63, 121, 125, 129 Devereaux, Sally Lee ...,.... ...,,, 7 0, 124, 144 185 Devito, Frederick james ..... ...,....,,,......,........ . .43 Devall, Earl John ............ ............................,................. 7 0 Dcweese. Walter ........... ............................................ . .28 DeWitt, Shirley Kay ......,.. ............................................ 7 0 131 Dick, Darrell .................. ........ 4 3, 121, 122, 128 131 137 Dick, James ,......... ....... .............,.............................. . .63 Dickerson, Barbara .......... .............................................. 9 0 Dickerson, Donald Ray .... ......... 6 3, 132 Dickerson, Fleeta ..........,...... ........,..... ........... 3 3 , 134 Dickerson, Thomas ................ ................. ......,......... , . 32 Dickover, Donna Lee ................ ........,.....,..... ...,,,..... 7 0 , 131 Dickover, 1fVarren Edward ......... ........ 7 0, 121 131 132 145 Diller, Marion .......................... . .,...........,.................... ..78 Dilts, Ted .................,........... .............. . ..44 170 174 Dishon, Barbara Sue ............ .,................. 7 0 126 Dispenette, Larry Earl ...... ...,.. 6 3, 131, 150 Dodson, Russell ................ . ...,,.....,..... U96 Donaghue, Carolyn ........ 144, 122 134 OTTO F. DANZEN BAKER Inc. Successors to T. G. Robison Sheet Metal W'0rk Roofing Furnaces 195 West Canal Street For the BEST in ,HB clv cafe Office Supplies Business Furniture THE ADVOCATE STORE are For the BEST in Printing of All Kinds 7'I.71fff1g conwmr PIINTEVIS I OFFICE EQUIPMENT I ENGRAVEII ADVOCATE BUILDING l NEVADA OHIO Compliments of Gray Top Cab Line Phone No. FA 2-2221 G. B. HUNTER TYPEWRITERS Royal Typewriters Service Rental 29-31 W. Church St. Phone FA 3-3381 Ornamental Railings - House Beams Fire Escapes - Lentals - Steel Fence Buring - Welding KALTEK CO., INC. Builders of All Kinds of STRUCTURAL STEEL and BRIDGE WORK 157 West Poplar Avenue W. W. Greer Newark, Ohio UUU ooo 555 sag. P : ' SV re ,, Q F-'Iwi' ra H W 1 'F 5 rn E 5 in U Kay. ...,...,.............. 70, CU oo 5 5 'NZ' TC :CD 9 ,Z N Q il aw 5 YU 1-5 931 JP? -5 C32 TIE v-ff W: P05 1-E mil UIC son, amuel Walter ...................................................... 63 Donley, james Richard ............ ................................,.... 1 .63 J E F F R I E S Dorn, Helen .........,.,.......,...... ..,......... 4 , 32, 127 ' Douglas, Dliana ..................... .......... i Doug as, 1 ax ..................., .......... , , D , P 1 ,..,........,,.........,,,.. ...................... 9 0 M N Dgzgr, Izilry Katheryn .......... . ........... 63, 125 Y Dowling, Elizabeth. ........... ..... ......... ............ ........ 8 2 1355-5553, fgiglgggy George --.-'.-- ---w'-- 5 -35 ---. i '.---- Sf---122 WHOLESALE TOBACCO, CICARS, Drake, ,Patricia Leuise .......... ............................-.......... 6 3 81 Dmzdowski, Stan ...........,. ...,...... 4 4, 121, 145, 150 Drumm, Barbalxgx gean .......... ........... 7 0, 123, D , R't, -r ne .......... ..................... , , - - ' ' DQEEQL li,E,,jeE?Jgdr1ene',---""-mm-mmm--mmWMNEIS, E2 Corner F rfth and West Main Streets D - tt, ar gene r..... .................................... , , Dgfigion, Gagy Alan. ...,............................. 123, 141, 143, 145 Phones: FA 2-7331 - FA 3-3651 Duilgeim, RichaKklim1'i'1""iii"'1?i6m156wi'5i"''fig "1Zg3'1-arg Du", and ---------. , . , , , , , , . - Duffee, Mama Lou .................................................................. 70 Newalk' Ohlo Duffee, William .......,...................................................... 44, 121 Dugan, Ioan Grace ......,..................... 63, 126, 134, 138, 140 Congrcltulohons CLASS OF 1956 'I' E IO FUEL HA ,. .,.. , .n!!!!..- n....-,,,, Quality Menis Store Since 1902 H E'RMANN'S South Third Street The Store Where Quality and Service Count HOTPOINT APPLIANCES G.E. TELEVISION -RADIOS COLEMAN HEATING BEARD ELECTRIC Phone FA 6-0771 38 South Third St. Hollister 81 Birkey SOHIO SERVICE 391 W. Main Street Newark, Ohio Barrett Bros. Point Store MICKEY and JACK Phone FA 6-8481 Distributors of Benjamin Moore Paints 402 W. Main Street Newark, Ohio Free Parking in Rear - D , H 11 vi. h ........... .....-,-------- 7 0 DEER J0Zg1.f.1gfff ...... .......... 4 4, 13 D Q , ona Y.,......... ---------'-----w--- Headquarters for g3g13g?yC1?1arIgfarn ni,,,,,, . , ........................ gg SPALDING SHOES DEEIZSQ cy2l1i2's1iEfffffff jjiifjjiiasj'"i5'1g"'rs5 Bungap, Ianit ......YY....... ------'---'------------- 3 3 ' 9 EElH2Biigsijiggjijjjijjjijjf jijjjjiiijggijiigs unn, 1n a ue .......,.......... ------ -------- , 5 Dupree, Raymond Eugene.. .--.,-----,--A------- 44. 70 ev Durdon, Joanna Eura .......... . -A-------,,----A-4Y 63, 134 Durant, Kathryn Lee .... .i...... -Y-.f----- 7 0 , 125, 135 Dusthimer, Phyllis Arlene .... .v......------ 7 1, 131 0 guty, glalph junior ........,......, .YY.Y---------, 7 1, 122 yar, ean ,,.... V .................. .......... ------------------1 yr Dyar, Nancy .Y,,,, .... .....A............ ---A--------------- 7 8 E Eagle, Lois .....VVV...V............Y.-,..-.A.,,..---- -------------------'---'-1--- 4 4 A Earley, Nancy Sue ...YYV............ww........-- -vYw--..-- 6 3, 125, 137 I Eckert, Charles A .....,.................Y. -------,---------------- 3 0 ' ' Eckstein, Bernard Henry Y.......... . ----------4---- ---63 Estabhshed in 1870 Ecleheryx Al1en ..----W-Winn --I---M90 Edgell, Lola ...w, ,,............ ...,--..-. 8 2 Congratulations and Best Wishes J. C. PENNEY CO., Class of 1956 I N C. A NATIONWIDE INSTITUTION Always First Quality Congratulations to the Class of '56 J. M. MITCHELL, INC. Dick Oder 61 Bob Forgrave Athclnor Heating Co. Fourth and Locust Sales and Service Phone FA 6-0691 Headquarters for Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning Compliments of STAR MA RKETS Congratulations C R I S S B R O S. Granville Street at Ninth Congratulations to the CLASS of 1956 H. L. A R T YoUR JEWELEP. 18 North Park Place Diamonds Watches I ewelry AAA SERVICE, INC. 772 Hudson Avenue Newark, Ohio Complete Vending and Changer Service CANDY CIGARETTES GUM NUTS AND ICE CREAM Phone FA 6-4691 Edman, Warren ....... Edwards, Amy ......... Edwards, Paul B ....... Eifinger, Joyce Ann ....... Eis, Patti Arlene .,....... .........71, 124, 132, ililim a , .,.,,.................. 71, 124 ..25 185 126 Elk, Betty Lou .... ..---- -------.----.-- 7 1- 126 Elk, Thomas. ..... ............ -------. 6 3 , 137, 182 Ellis, Rosemary ........... . .... ------,----------------- 4 4 Emerson, Cecilia Mae .......... ---.-- ----------v 7 1 Enich, Mary Ann ............. ----4--------- 7 8 Eppert, Saundre ..............-- ----v------------- 7 8 Erick, Edward Henry ....... ......................4----.-----.--- 7 1, 182 Evans, Anne.. .............. ..........,....--...--------,--------- ----------- 7 8 Evans, Daniel ......,...... ........................-----..--.- 4 5, 82, 181 Evans, Molly ,,,,,,,,,,., 44, 121, 126, 142, 144, 185 Everett, Susan ......... ..............,.....-...-.---.-------------- ----- 7 8 Fairburn, Carolyn ......... ......... - ----------------- 9 0 Fairley, Norma ........... ---- - -GV, VCC Farley, Alana ................. v -------------- 92 Farmer, Albert ...... .......... ----------- 7 1 Farmer, Carol Lucille ...... A '---------- 63 Farmer, Iocye ................... . ---'--- 37, 88 Farmer, Shirley ......... .... .......--.-..-----, v ------,---------------' 4 5 Farnham, Susan ,......... ................----------------. A ---71, 185 Farquahar, Marsha ......... ....... 1 7, 45. 124, 138 140, 185 Farquahar, Nancy .......... .................---------- 7 1, 125, 185 Farrington, Sam ................ ..-........------------------,--A--- ------ V 9 6 Farrow, Don Maurice ......... -------, W ------------ 6 3 Fenster, Ann ................ ...... ---.---'-A------- 8 6 , 88 Fee, Betty ,--------f 4------ --------- ------ 4 5 , 126, 1 Fekete, Larry Allen ........... -------------,------' Fenneken, Larry Paul .......... --------'--------- Ferguson. Billie ................ '---'--- Ferry, Lalnet Eileen ..,. Ferry, illiam .,.................... F etter, David William .....,. Fifield, Jerry Keith ............ Fifield, Judy ......-.---------..- Fike, Delbert Orista ........ Fike, Rosetta ....Y............ Fike, Naomi ............ ...... Finch, Larry ..............-..-- - Finley, Martha jean ........... Finney, Connie ....... ..........------- Finney, Starlett De Ann ,....... Fisher, George Clyde ......,.. Fisher, Margurite ,............ . . Fitch, Robert .............. F itzgibbon, Mike ,...... Fitzpatrick, Jeseph ------- 85 71 71 90 87 71 137 .......71 1 ....,71 .....45 185 1.7.1.-.-.-.-.45, 1221 ..78 136 126 .......45, 169, 170, 171 A B B O T T ' S SHOES Fon ALL THE FAMILY Fitted by X-Ray 9 South Park Place Newark, Ohio FURNITURE RUGS STOVES THE SAM ALBAN CO. 57- 59 West Main Street Phone FA 3-1001 NE.WARK MONUMENT COMPANY EAST MAIN BY BRIDGE H A Z L E.T T ' S Sunoco Service 234 Mt. Vernon Road Phone FA 3-5571 Newark, Ohio Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1956 BEVERLY SHOP 10 South Park Place THE DIAMOND STORE 51 Hudson Avenue Takes This -Opportunity to Congratulate The Graduates and Assure You of Our Appreciation of Your s Patronage Fitzsimmons, Diane ..,,.................,. ............................... 1 34 Fitzsimmons, Roberta Diane Y.,,.......,,............... 63 Fitzsimmons, Vicky ............,...,. ....,................................. 9 0 Flannigan, Linda ..,....,.,..........,., ...45, 126, 136, 138, 140 ---31 M 1 L L, in , 't .......,...... ,,,. ....,. . . . Flgging, Mary Marie ...... ......... 7 1 125 133 U m Fl tcher, Elgie Dee ........ ..,..... 7 1 c m on wers, in a u ..........,.. .......,..... Fluharty, Patricia.0Ann ........ .... 7 1 131 O p y Fogle, David ...................... . ...,...,. 78.... F t, Ronald Lee ..,......... ........ 6 3 II? r, Egheruil ........... . ....... te, ar nn .,... ' ' 1, 11, Sandia 1161 71, 131 Lumber and Builders Supplles E' grave, gnvid Sd y ..... ........ lg 5, 'ortne , e ........ ....................... Foster,y Diahla .....,.. .......t....,,,,.....,...... 9 6 Cedar St. IEOSTEF, CHCHID an ..... .,....... 4 5, 170, lgg ox, aro ,,,,,,,,.. ,...,.,,.,....,.,........... F me, Terry ........ .........1.................. 7 8 NEWARK, OHIO F ', Richard ....,,.., ..,,,...... 4 5, 121, 150, 182 F klin, Elizabeth Pete ......,......,.............. 71 F kl' Ralph ......... ................ 1 70, 171 1 -A-' Compliments of GREEN BAY FUR CO. Phone FA 2-2421 MAYBOLD SHOES 32 South Third Street EXCLUSIVE DEALER F OR B. F. GOODRICH FOOTWEAR C. ROSS HENDERSON Gutliph 81 Henderson Congratulations to the Class of 1956 McLEAN'S RE.STAU RANT Across From the High School E 7'? :iga1 MoW1R9A1lg1's 30 EET Compliments YELLOW CAB CO. FA 2-5771 - PHONES - FA 9-4491 a "In Continuouus Operation Since 1876" Franks, Richard. .... ...... 4 5, 150 Fraqlrxhar, Marsha.. ..,......,,,.. 138 Flas er, James ,............ ,..,..... . ...,.. . .78 , Freas, Mary vesfa ......, ............ 7 1, 148 Congratulations 51'e3519S'2V'm""5""""""" 71""1'zi1"132 le fl , llS2ll'l alle ,........ , Freeman, Darlene Louise .71, 148 from Freeman, Delores Ann. ..71 148 Ilgrefimzg, idol! Marie .... 1 , 1D 1, ..... . Fgil, Lindlx .... ff? ....,..,...... 185 Friend, Janice E ly 71 126 131, 134 148 ' Full? Fonnaqmm 17 46 11 , oyce ......... 121 124 137, 13 1 0 I F lk, P ua' 15 ..71, 125, 148 1 M S F1-llton, 1,.s.1.i.. 1:66 ..... ..,............. 7 1 VOGEL EIER Fulton, jack. .... ..... . .1 ........ ,.88 F lt n, Shirley ..,..,...,..... ,...., , .82 Phone FA 6-5811 G Gabe Robert ..... . .................................. ........... . .88 Gander, Larry Hubert ...................... ............ 7 1 131 Arcade Gander, LaVaun ............... .... ........... 4 6 , 131 Gardbrandt, Delbert ...... . ................ 90 2 DIAMONDS . WATCHES . Jzwmv E- E0 Wm Mum FA 9-5731 3 SHOP AT WILDMAN'S FRIGIDAIRE' Compliments HARE'S SHOE STORE Myron I. Bailey, Owner Congratulations to Class of 1956 DINNER BELL RESTAURANT 26 West Main Street Newark, Ohio SHOES Fon THE ENTIRE 34 West Mein Street FAMILY Dorothy and Sam Hageman, Owners GUTRIDGE COAL Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia Coal CHESTER GUTRIDGE, Owner 87 James Street Office Phone DI 4-2280 Residence Phone FA 2-4202 "Television is Our Biwiness Not a Side Line SALES - SERVICE DA UGH ERTY TELEVISION 7 North Fourth St. Phone FA 4-5351 PALACE ALLEYS Q 4 m I Q' 0 3' -f 5 tt Fr me. w :r 3 cm 5. czcmcucmcmocwnocmquo SESEWEEEEEEEEZE lvrnrig-gg-fp-4mfarun.wx:.5:. .dom ,-..-D-trovifng w:::PF cm-ft' U," W ru :nee eff! 75 F50 e ser - S-Ee? e-if '11r5Y1rnl"' r? -:hifi wfgzmtigmsieggg g.:-.35fe?5Q: Q'Ele'5 ' mNQ:g:g.r-:Er1::"t'1 -45211551 :rrp-j::: f':'55555gee2:555 551522553555 ':5:F'r':::" 555555555 , 555541555 at 1155r555 55i5zs555a5Ea55 ::1:::-::::.g.::: 553555255555-1555 5555.-552 CDmwm'SlU5Qa!.OChNlG3r3kl2iNlQ OMWGJWCJQDNQNIHWCCICE4 eidenberger, Saundr elfer, David ...,............, ll L I GOOD GGG 9-Em Vg'-1:1 H01 0:-vm QW WE George? Milburn .,,,, Gibson, Stanley ....,............... Gilbert, Dennis Gilham, Mildred .......,.,...., Givens, Helen Eliz b th 63 121, ....63, 126 82 128 71 Givens, Margaret ,....... ..90 Glancey, John.. , ......YVY........ ...,..,,.....Y,,............ . ,82 Glasmeier, Judy Kay .....,.Y, ,........,. 7 1, 125, 185 Glaunsinger, Patricia .,,, ...,....,....,,,,....,...... . .46 Glass, Bonnie ...,.v,....,...... .......,,,,.,... 7 1, 126 Glenn, Dorothy .,......., ,,,.A...,,.....,....,,,,,.,. 1 Ol Glennan, Robert ,A...,.. .,,..,,,AA...,..,,,,A,..,,........ 7 1 Glover, Ronald ,,A,,,..,... ..,,,.,.,, 1 1, l7, 46, 176 Goddard, Betty Sue ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,.....,,,,,.. 7 1, 126, 145 Goff, Indy ,,...... Y.,......., ..,,.,,,..,,.,.......,...,.........,...... 6 3 Goodin, Donald ,,.,..,, .,,..,.....,,.,,...,,,,,...,,,,,,.,.., ........ 8 2 Goodwin, jackie ,.,,.., ,, ..,.,,,, 46, 121, 129, 131, 145 Goodwin, Julie ,..,....,, ,,,..,..,....,..,,...,...,. . ,.,........... 8 4 Goodwin, Susan ,..........,.. ......,i,.....,,,,,.,.l.............,, 8 2 Gorden, Raymond ....,. .......... 9 6 Gosnell, Ann ...,.....,,.,,.,.. ........ 1 34 Gusnell, Edward .............. .,,....... 8 8 Gosnell, Mildred Ann .... .......... 7 1 Gough, Thomas ,......... ,,....,........... 9 6 Grady, Barbara ,...., ,.......,,........ 9 0 Grady, Loye ..,..,,..... .................... 7 1 Grady, Ronald .,,..... .........,.......,.,...... 4 6 Graft. Iudith Ann .....,,.,,....i. ...Y.... 7 1, 126, 185 Graham, Gary ..i...,... .....,,.,..... ......,.,............. 7 8 Graham, Robert Kenneth .,..,..... .........,..,..... 7 1 SCOTT'S FU E. R N I T U R E Side of Square Compliments from Fl NC H SHOES 23 South Park Place Shoes for the Entire Family Weather-Bird, City Club, Velvet Steps HAYNES BROS. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 12 East Park Place . . . North N ewarkls Favorite Store For Exclusive Fashion HOTEL TAFT Congratulations and Best Wishes Congratulations to the Booty Class of 1956 Resineers, Inc. 42 South Third Street NEWARK, OHIO Clarence R. Swank General Contractor 202 English Avenue Phone FA 4-1969 Grandstaff, Douglas YY.....Y ...,..... 4 6, 177, 178 Green, Iudith Eileen ...,.. ....,,,..,...Y,.....Y.. . .71 green, Iqrfiargery Ann. ..,,..,,....,, 64, 123 ' 'r , 1 .,,,......... ,.,,. ......... . Congratulations to the Grgzlrli, R?J?-:git Leon. ,,,.. ,A,,,,,.,,,, 6 3 Class of 1956 Green, Willie .w,,,............. .... . .46 Greer, Nancy Margaret... 62 121 145 C gg, Kenneth Lynn 71 137 NEWARK LAUNDRY 25 111,311 5311112-A 46 1211 152 gs y, nn ......... .... . . CO PANY g1'ZI5iilX'155EZ51S'ilQii. ,... jgjjijiii fig AA r v , 2 ............... ..,,.,,.. . . 6 Crgvg, joyse Lynn ,.,...,. .,,,.,, . .63 Grove. Marilyn Jean ...... .,,. . .71 RUC CLEANING AND gfgxZfN11Xll1101Illif1Q11'i"" 63 121 iiiiffl 132 DRY CLEANING Grover, Eugene .....,... ................... 8 2 groves, Am 71, 125, 14115 roves, 1 iam ....... ..,. ,..,,.,., , . 120 Cedar Street grumm, rgaroim ,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 1 ,,,, i , gg - rumm, ary ice... .................. .. 7 , Phone 5 Grunewald, Claire Lo tt ...,. . ................... 63, 124 142 Guest, David .............. .,............. 4 7, 122, 123 135 C ll, Kirby ....... .... .....,.... 4 7 , 106, 133, 142 143 Charter Buses for all Occasions Newark Transit, Inc. FA 5-0501 Congratulations to the Class of '56 NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORE' 25 - 27 South Park Place Newark, Ohio TOM STEVENS North Pork Florist 'Ohio's Most Beautiful Flower Shopv 1237 Mt. Vemon Road Phone FA 6-2341 Firestone Store Everything for the Home and Automobile Hudson Avenue and Locust Street Newark, Ohio Compliments of O'KOON DRUGS WALGREEN AGENCY 7 South Park Place NEWARK, OHIO KELLEY GROCERY Fresh Meats, Groceries, Confections 679 Hollander Street Phone 'FA 6-5131 2 Congratulations to the GEORGE PFEFFER 111 I CLOTHIEH Cl f '56 ass 0 I 44 N. Third sneer FA 3-2142 McXGregor3L Sportsweard rro S irt nd U erw ar Iogllcey Uricllerweall' 6 Dobbg Hatsk C1 th . . s I' c . H P Geo K 'OH APP 'am ' lCl?ppgicraftOC1?Ehes Kenridge Slacks Compliments of the Compliments of Chas. E. Schuler Eng Co. JEAN FROCKS, INC. and the 37 North Third Street Newark, Ohio Newa rk G0 'VG n IZ' ng Co' Where The Budget Wise Economize G tl ph, Richard .,..,........... ............... .-......- - -78 Gutndge, Charlotte Gladys .,...... ...,..................,............. 63 335523523 '?33Eli1'1'.21111'.11111 '.'. 1111111111 ..,., "" 1 i1ffli..T.?6' 12.132 H M A R T I N S3?f4,,G?iZ5?1p51111111 .... 's" 1 1111121121111 ""' ,,,,, 1 iiiiiiiiiiih' H E A T I N G C O H3533 Qf1i5iL.f'ffflf?"" ""' 1111 ""' 4iQ"1Q1f, iii ' Hahn, Oeanna R X .7l, 122 Sill? 1:'3Tff,..R0,.f .,,,.. 'swrso GAS-COAL-o1L Hall, Ioan R he ...... ........... 6 3 SZlL'ZK'.?fl,' i?i35.'3?'2'Aif?,2'TQ11 ..,.. ..... 3 11i1:i111:33 Heating Equipment Hamilton, Rosalie Marie .....,, ....,..,........ 6 3 Hamilton, Susan ..,.,,.......... ...... 4 7, 134 g2224CIf5?"ihS52?4"st .r7rg"i323 ii? Phone F A 5-8241 ammon , oy ...,.. .,................ 581226 ----- 4""'-' I "f"'?13 Rear 384 West Church Street aneilyames HSQQQE .,,... '.'s's',"iso Hanes, Richard Russell ........ ........... 7 1 F R E N I E R Cameras Photo Supplies SHEET METAL Film Roofing and Spouting Furnace and Sheet Metal Work E. Church St. at B. :Sz O. Crossing NEWARK, OHIO HALL 8t SON g 32 North Third Street Compliments GEO. ARENSBERG of PHARMACY AI RESMAN'S Specializing 56 West Mein Street in Phone FA 4-0771 Pfesmpffom For 38 Years Compliments to the Class of 1956 Independent Doiry, Inc. FA 4-3521 48 Kreig Street Congratulations to Class of 1956 Eost Side Electric 197 North Cedar Street PAUL J. MYERS, Owner 63. Hanes, Thelma ............. .L ............. 29 Hannah, David Chal ............... 71 Hannah, Dixie ............. ............ 8 6, 88 Hannum, Deanna ........ ........... 8 2, 185 C Z' t garisfordi rim-I1?e1ia""' 47 121 iiemiiili' Om imen S 0 ar ow, o n au ...... , , p f Harlow, Paul ........,....... 32, 177, 182 Harmon, Burma .... ....... ............... 9 2 Harper, JoAnn ......,....... 63 129 126, 121, 145 Harris, Barbara .,.... ............... 8 2 Harris, Donald ,,..,. .......,....... 7 8 C M Harris, Ellis Edwin. ...... 63, 131 ' , Harris, Gary ................. . .,.,.......... 78 Harris, William .,..,...... ..,............ 8 2 Harter, Wilbur Verno ............... 63 Hartley, Maurice A11 ............... 67 Hartman, Tom .................. 145, 139, 47 Hartshorn, Terry ..........,.., ............... 8 2 . Hauman, Ben ........,,,..,.... .......... 8 8 Clay Lick, Ohlo Hayden, Charles Richard ..... ........ . .63 Haynes, Edward Louis ......... .......... 63 Haynes, John, .........,.............. .......... 7 3 H dlee, Letha ................ .............,. 3 0 Heckelman, E. H ............. ..... . ..... . ...99 Compliments of The Edmiston Book Store Co. On the Square Since 1853 O. D. HOLLAR 81 SONS Plumbing and Heating 62 West Church St. Newark, Ohio FA 2-5841 Plumbing That Stays Service That Pays Compliments of PRYOR'S SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER Phone FA 3-2702 6th and Church Sts. Newark, Ohio A ltheos Restaurant Home Cooked Foods Home Baked Pies and Cakes East Main Street AL'S SELF SERVE. FOOD MARKET THOMAS FLANNIGAN General Contractor Commercial and Industrial I E B 8 E 5 :Q Q : n.. Z U' Q 3 L-rj -1 91 O Q :: 3 Q' AE' PU pb O CD Tl U O fb W 0 Q D, J? Z :1 rn Q Q x H1 :P 2 .'2 E D' Z 'fl 1 -I' H' Q- S -4 IP U 'I cn Q Q. D 3- P l'l'l :Il Z hd sq g- an fm Z ,cg G, 3 9, N U 2 CD 1 Q Q 3' U' v-1 :- w f-1 Q ca N- L11 I S Q U3 -U Q E: D-I O EEEEEEEFQEEEEEEEEEEEEEEQE 5grffgggnsanguzgdsagzggamg, 3 3 EB' ' 5122259 wggfgg 3Qe3E"'L1.'fg - 2 F V :ao M 'fn . Q ' ' 55-'59 2v11Uvf..9r,5P2sM592-me ,D 5 Q2fl2fw'2ZaQ'se5g?is.fL5"?f5'Ser? ...g H g -4 r- F 5 5 E, Q- 4 wwe 9.H5ts?,qs:ra'gTe?2:zsS2E' : 3 cn '2a",323a-21a'Qu:aQ2ssE5f'1:3 ui'-urc?0'Q25' Q asfPs:5so.sizisw?FssmsEse 5' U Q iii .. Siiii S TE? 54 W F" -F Q4 ' I W ff- !-gj T CD O s. 5' Q-I "' CD in W 5 O c: IP Us '1 5. '1 E Q 93 5 S E 2 M I: "' U 2 Z g- g I S, 2 S D' 3 2 E w Q - F 5. ' is 3 H 28 2 Q H at as E S as ee 3 1 : 5 O P' U-4 P-4 P-U-l V-l D-U-U" P-4 CA 41 W Cr3N'lC5mK'lUlCDmb5lNlC.D!DHlNlCOn5-N'IOJCDn'6-NlO N3 l" K0 i"l"'C0h'v?-WCOCf-7Wml0l0ml-'CJC.DWv5b5Ulr-'b-l Congratulations W I L M A ' S Congratulations , and Best Wishes To the Class of 1956 J. A DeVITO BOOK STORE 35 W. Church Street Phone FA 4-7191 MCMICHAEL Music Store 28 South Third Street Musical Instruments Music Lessons Phonographs - Records Pianos - Organs Compliments of Buckey Brothers, Inc. Contractors Building Supplies 171 Riverside Drive Phone FA 3-5831 George Block Insurance Agency Qualified To Serve Your Every Insurance Need Auto-Fire-Hospitalization-Life 177 West Main Street NEWARK, OIIIO Phone FA 9-0201 SUITS and SPORT COATS TAILORED BY KCORTLEY HIM and "CAMPUS-TOC-S C O R N E L L Men's and Boys' Wear Hilleury, Kenneth Junior ......... ........................ 6 3 Hilleary, Margaret ..................... ........................ 9 6 Hipsher, Susan ..................... ......,.,.... 7 2, 124 Hite, Carol ............................ ..... . ........ 7 2, 131 Q Q Q Hivnor, John Philip ............... ..........,.... 7 2, 131 Hogvacxlc, Riclaarg Xhomas ----..---- -----.---- Z H J 'r nn ....,...... .......... , , - H8fEL1e'iEvXu,f ...................... ...........,....... . . ........ S2 Cwnplwwnts Hoffer, Linda ....,............... ...............,.,...... 6 Hoffer, Terry Lee ............ ............................................... 6 3 of Hague, Keith Duaua ...... .............,................................. 6 3 Holcombe, Lois .............. .......... ..,....................................... 2 9 golcomlge, .............,........................................ 21, o com , ic ar en ...i............,................,.,...................... H l t , Cl d' .......................... 47, 121, 122, 124 142, 144 k h d Hgll?aiinEmilifl Selle ................................ 63, 121, 126, 131, 136 e r, ...........,......i.....................,.......,,.......... Hg1lilngshZ:111I1?Ma.r'?rii:e Louise s,,,, .,,.sss...,s.,..s,.,,...,.,,,.,...,s.. 7 2 Gravel CQ, Hollis, Allen Lindsey ..........,...,.. .. .,.......,............................ 72 Igollister, LSydellE ....................... .1 ....... omes, arry ugene ....,,,, .......... Holton, Sue Ann .................. .......... 6 4 . . . Holtsbeary, Linda. ........... .......... 8 2 Holtz, Charles Pfaff Sewing Machines BIokeIey's Grocery 20 W. Church Ph. FA 2-0371 M eats-Vegetables-F rozen Food Congratulations To the Class of 1956 RALPH'S MARATHON SERVICE STATION Corner 5th and West Main FA 3-2912 Wi mer's Appliances for All Makes Vacuum Cleaners CBS and Hoffman TV Sales and Service Compliments W H I T E ' S Motor Service Phones FA 3-5201 - FA 5-8101 Fourth and Locust Streets Easy Parkmg 97 Granvrlle Street NEWARK, OHIO Hone, jean Ann ,,,,,,.,.,,,, ,,............... .,........,................... 9 6 Imhoff, Sandra Ann ........................................................ 64, 127 Hood, Richard .....,,,,.,,,,,.,, .,.......................................... ...... 4 7 Inlow, Vema Louise ..................................... .,....-......-,.... 6 4, 135 Hoover, Larry Paul ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,..,...,..,................ 64 131 1nScl10, Sandra .................. 49, 126, 130, 136 138, 140 185 naming, Linda Louise .,.............. 72, 125, 132, 137, 145, rss Inscho, sgeghen ........ ........................................A......... 8 2, 84 Homyak, Gilbert Stanley ...............,.......................... ....., 7 2, 132 Irvin, Kelt ........... ........ 1 .........................----..-----,-4------- - --90 Hornyak, Mary ....,................ .................. , .....,............ 9 6, 132 Hoskinson, Floyd .............. ........ 4 8 148 ,I Hotchkiss, Beverly Lee ...,.... .,....... 6 4, 126 Jacobs Diana ..4.h.----. .---,',.,' ---..,--, 9 0 , 92 Hottinger, Dale Thomas ..... ..................... 7 2 Jacobs, John ---.'-."-----.'4 ---v,v,,,..- U86 Hotfingefy Nancy 1-'ee --------- '--- ------------- - ------- 6 4 jakewaiy Leland ,,,,,,,,, .......,..,...... 4 9 Houdeshell, Wanda M ---.-.... .------------------ 7 2, 126 Jeffries ,Don Nlike ,,,,,,, ,..,,,, 6 4, 137 House, Constance ................. ....... , 48, 126, 130 Jenkins' Ea,-1 -,-------"' -..,----.,,,- 9 6 House, Donald Keith ........ .v ...,............ 64, 121 Jennings, Io Ann --v--.. ------'--- 9 0, 92 House, James A -..--..--.-.. v....-v -4-----A 7 2 , 131 john, Judith ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,, ,,,,,,,,, 86, 88 Householder, Ronald ........ ..... . ....,....,....,...... 9 6 John, Barham Ann --.--- ------- 6 4, 133 Houseman, Indy -------------- ------------------------------- 7 8 Johns, William ........... ............. 9 0 Howarth, Loms joseph ........ ....... 6 4, 121, 130, 113 Johnson Diana ---,-,,,n-.--' --,'-,,----'-.--, 7 3 Howarth. Lous Joseph ..-- ----- 1 ------'- 6 4, 121, 130, 131 johnson' Earl 13501, ,,,,.,,. .,,,,,, 7 2, 182 Eowelg ,Sally Ann ------------ ----------'---------------A-----------'- Z 3 Johnson: james: ,.............. .--- -..... . . .88 Oy, Oyce --------------------- -4 ------ ---------------- ------------------- - r ,,,,.,,,, 4,,,,,1, , , , ,..,,.,..,. 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Kavalyecz, Joanne ........ Kay, Donna ..................... Kaylor, Carolyn .................. Keaser, Carlene Evelyn ......... Keaser, Linda .v...,.............. Keck, Roger ..................... Keck, Sandra ....,, Keck, Vicki .... .,..... Keckley, Nina ............... Keim, Hummel .................. Keim, Richard Thomas ........, Keller, John Robert ........... Keller, Mary Ruth .......... Keller, Ralph .........,......... Kennedy, Harland Lee ..,.... Kennedy, Penelope Ruth Kennison, James ...,.............. Kem, Diana ..............l...... Kern, Robert Lee ......... Kems, Linda Lou ....... Ketchu.m, Jacqueline ....... Ketner, Julie ....,..,........ Keylor, Carolyn ......... Kcylor, Jean ,....,..,... Keylos, Jean .,............l Kidwell, Barbara ....,.,,.. ........32, 145 130 ........64 fffffffff5, 134 ..72, 121 31, .................. .145 72, 131 .........126, 128, 131, 138, 132 150, 170, 172 , ..,......., 72, 124, 185 . ,..................,...... 78 137 ......72, 125, 136, 145 ., ......................,........ 82 132 .......,..126 148 ........64, Kieber, Judith Ann .,,....,. ........ 7 2, 134 Kieber, Rebecca Lou ...... ......., 7 2, 134 Kiger, Orville ............... .. ..........,. 64 Kiger, Saundre ....,..,... ...........,... .......... 1 2 6 King, Donald Lee ........ , ..........,..................... 72 King, Kenny ....,......... ....... 6 4, 121, 131, 145 Kingery, Gordon ..,..... .......,.................... 8 , 31 Kinechtges, John ....... ........... 7 2, 131, 145 Kinepper, Sue .....,....... ........................... 8 7 Kinney, Carol Sue ........ ............... 8 2, 132 Kinser, Jess Henry ...... ,...... ..... 7 2 183 Kinser, Patricia ,..,........ ......,........ 5 0 Kirk, Jane ............,..... ........ 7 2, 124 Kirkpatrick, Gene ....,... ,.,..,.,.......... 9 8 Klein, Betty .............. - .....,....,..... ..... 6 4 Klein, John ............. .......,....... 7 2, 149 Klein, Leer ....... ...... 1 77, 178, 181 Klein, Thelma ...... ........,.,.......,........ 7 2 Knerr, Dale ......,.,... . ,..........,, 177, 178 Knight, Dorothy .,.... ..,.................. 7 2 Knisely, Pat .......,.............. .... ....,....,.......,,......,.....,,,, 6 4 , 126 Koblens, Philip ....,, ............ ,..,.....,..,...........,,,.....,......... 7 2 , 149 Koehler, Charles Herbert ......,,.,.. 50, 121, 122, 123, 141, 142, 143, 145 Kral. Chriseldus .,.............................,............,....,....................., 72 Krall, Phyllis .,.,........,.,..,.,......,.,,...........,.,...,.,,,..,....,,,..,,,.......,. 98 Kramer, Jo ...,.,l... 50, 106, 121, 130, 137, 138, 140, 142, 145 Kramer, Robert ..,....................,,.........,,..............,.............,..,..,. 72 Kreager, Lowell .,..,............,..,..............,.......,.................. 72, 149 Krebs, George ......... .............,..... 1 21, 150, 177, 179 Krebs, Jerry ......., ...,.............,,.........,,,,.,. . ..50 Kreider, Gary ....,. ....,. 5 0, 122, 123, 141, 143 Kreider, Jon ........ .........,...........,,.,.........,,..,,,..... 7 2 Kreig, Sarah .,...... ......,,......,.....,......,,,,,,.,.,,....,...,..,. 6 Kuhn, Ernest .....,....... , ......, 68, 72, 135, 150, 181, 182 Kunkle, Pat ..................... ........................,,,,,, 6 4, 125, 185 Kunninger, Richard ...... ........,......,.....,...........,.........,, 8 6 Kuster, Miriam .,....,...... .,,...... 6 4, 121 Laefer, Jake .,.,..,.. . .... ...... 6 4, 130, 137, 139, 149 Laird, Robert ...... ............................, 7 2, 149 Lake, Doris ......,. . .................,.................. 64 Lake, Janice ...... ..,.... . ....... 5 0 Lamb, Harry .....,..... ....,,.. 1 7, 64 Lambert, Lucille ....... ....... . .........,.........,,...........,., 1 37 Lambert, Violet ......... .......................,..........,............. 6 4 Lane, Alan ,.,.,......... . .......,..,.......,,..........,..,,,.,.,......,..,. 50 Lane, Arlene ......... .,...... 5 0, 124, 136, 137 138, 140 Lane, Larry ....,,.. , ...........,,,.........,,.,,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,, 64 Lane, Linda ........ .....,,........,... ............,.....,,,.,.., 6 4 Lane, Marilyn ....... ..,,.,..,.,...........,..,,,,.. ..96 Lannan, Victoria ........... ...,...........,.,......... 7 2, 125 Larason, Brenda .............. ......... 6 4, 123, 134, 176 Laugherty, Patricia ......,.. .......,....,........,,....,..,.. 8 6 Lawrence, James ........., .... .....,. .,......, 7 2 , 183 Lawrence, Joyce ,,,,.,. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 6 Lawrence, Robert ......,... ...........................,........... 2 4 Lawrence, Thomas ....... ............,, 6 4, 121, 131, 149 Lawyer, Thomas .....,.. .... , ..................... 6 4, 121 ,130 Laymen, Carolyn .,.1.... ...,.... 5 0, 121, 1222, 130 142 Layton, Wayne ....,,...... ............,.,,....,..................... 6 4 Leckrone, Suellen ......... .....,........,..... 7 2, 126, 185 Lee. Jerry ........,,......... ,.... ............. ........... , 8 3 Lee, Larry ...,.......... .. .,.....,,,.,.......,.,,....... 64 Leedy, Larry .............. ........, 6 4, 121, 128, 131 Leek, Janet ,,........,,.,.,... .....,,,, 7 2, 125, 187, 140 Leicester, Jeoffrey .,....., .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. 7 8 Leighton, Craig .,,,,...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . .,,,,,,,,,...,. 7 2 Leighton, Thomas ,.,,,,., ,,,,..,,,,,.,,..., 8 3 Lescody, Margie ....,..,,,, ,,,,,,,., 5 0, 125 Lescody, Theodore ,,,.,... ..,,,,,,.,,.... 7 2 Leslie, James ............., ...... 7 2, 183 Leslie, Naomi ...,....,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,...,.,......,.. 5 0 Lewis, Arthur ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,...,.,,. 7 3 Lewis, David .......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 3, 149 Lewis, Molly .............. ..,,,, 7 3, 125, 131, 145 Lichtenstein, Joel ...... ,.,.,,,,,...,...,.....,.,..... 7 8 Lieber, Janet ...... . .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, 6 4, 123 Lightle, Lany ,...... .,,.,.....,. 7 3 "A Safe Place To Send Your Childrenn Ye Olde Mill Roller Rink Utica, Ol1io Doneff's Fine Foods HOME BAKERY FOOD MARKET RESTAURANT 45 South 2nd Street Newark, Ohio T 8. T MOTORS Usnn Cans , 359 East Main Street Phone FA 6-8941 Lightle, Saundra .....,. ------------ 7 3 Lightle, Shirley ,......,. --------------- 8 3 Ljghiles Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,, ................... 1 Lippincott, Linda.. .... . ----.--------- 73. 126 Lippincott, Mary. ....... ----'-4- 7 3, 126, 145 Livingston, Carole ..1..... 4--- -------------------- 9 8 Livingston, Glenn ........ ------ ------------ 9 1 Livingston, James ......., .-------------- 9 1 Loar, Charles ........,.... .vv----- 3 4, 148 Loar, Earl .... .,.......... -----..---,------------------- ------ 7 3 Loar, Judy, ,..,..... . ........-.-.-.-.-v------- . ---.-.- - ----- 78 Loar, Linda ............. ...... . 73, 125, 131, 148, 185 Lohnnan, Robert ....... .--.-.-----..-.------------------- - ---- 6 4 Long, Alice ............ -..-,-------------Y---------- v -'---- 6 4 Long, Joyce ........, --------.---- 1 26 Long, Eleanor .......,. ---A----- 7 3, 126 Lonzo, Carolyn ,..... v--- ----------------- 3 3 Lonzo, William ......... -,----,------- 7 3- 145 Lookenott, Sherry ............ ---Y---, 6 4, 128, 138 Loper, Cora ,,,,,,,,,,,,............ ....... 7 3, 125, 131 Loughman, David Lee ......... ...... ............ 7 3 Loughman, James .............. --------- 9 1 Loughman, Jerry ............. --------- 6 4 Loughman, Margaret ....... ...--.. ..86 Loughman, Marilyn ....... ................. ........ . ....... 8 6 Loughman, Sally Ann ....... .......................... 7 3. 124 Low, Rose ........................ ......... 3 2, 128, 129, 130 Lowe, Sally ..................... .....................v.....v... 1 31 Lowery, Juanita ..,............. ...,......,.....................,... 9 7 Lucas, Leann ......................... ........ 7 3, 126, 135, 185 Luke, Carleton Gerald ......... ................................. 7 3 Luke, Charles ...................... ...... ..................... 6 4 Luke, Robert ...,............... ......... 8 3 Lusetti, Linda ........ ......... 6 4 Lusk, Donald ....... ..... ......... --,......................... 7 8 Lusk, Donna. ...... ........ ..............,......,............... 7 8 Lusk, Margaret .......... ....... 5 0 106, 124, 125, 142, 148 Lusk, Margery .............. .............................. 5 1, 111, 185 Euak, Robehrlit Bruce ....,.... ...,............................,... y arger ary ..,.......... ............ , Lyons, Geraldine ....... ....-.....-.... 8 7 Lyons, James .......... ............ 6 4 Lytle, Harry .........,..... ---............ 9 2 Lytle, Sandra Sue ........ ........ 6 4, 121 Mc 91 McBride, Robert .......... ............... -------------,----4-------- ---A-- McCament, Edward ....... ,. ......... ......,. 5 1, 150, 170, 171 McCartney, Sandy ............,. -------v------------------ - ------ 7 9 McClain, Connie Marie ........ -----------,--------- 7 3, 125 McClain, Janice Ruth ........... ---------------- --73 McClain, Marib Marie. ....... ------------ 7 3 McCleary, J, S ..........,........... . ----------- 30 McC1eary, Gamet Joanne ........ --------------- 7 3 McCleary, Jean ....................... --f--- ---------- 8 3 , 132 McCleary, Jcyce ,...... ..... .... . -..------------------------ 8 4 McClennan, Wayne ........, .. ......-----.-------------,---- 91 McConnell, Richard ...... ..---., 5 1, 130, 139, 172 McCoy, Judith ..,........ ---..-.--.----------------------- 9 7 McCoy, Patty ,..,. ......... - - ..-.-----1--,-----,-- ------ 9 2 McCreary, Pauline ........... --------- 3 2 McCrillis, James ....i............. --------- 6 4 McCrillis, Judith Ann .,......,.. --------- 7 3 McCullough, Jerry .................... ------------ 9 7 McCullough, atricia ................... ....-....-..------------------ 6 4 McDonal , Roddlger Harry ......... .........--..------....Y------- 9 7 McDonald, Rona d ................... ...................-..-..- 5 1, 149 McDonald, Sue ..............-....... ..-..-.. 7 3, 125, 131, 140 McDonald, Thora P ........... ...........--.----------------- 1 00 McDonough, Judee ....... ........ .................-...-.---.--- 9 1 McDowell, Shelva Jean ......... ..-....--... - .73 McElfresh, Rodney ............ ...-....,--------- 6 4 McFarland, Diane ........... .-....-. 6 4, 126 McGaughy, Harry. ....... .-..--,-------- 2 9 McGinnis, Rita .......... .------ 7 3 86 McGlone, Eddie ....... ------------------ 8 8 McHenry, Jack ........,. ........ 5 1, 131 McKee, Edward ......... ...................-- 6 4 McKenrick, June ..............,. ...................------ 1 01 McKieman, David .................. ,........Yf.......... 5 1, 122 McKin, Barbara Ann ................ ............... 7 3, 126, 140 McKinney, Cyrus Granger ........ .....,, 7 3, 137, 182, 183 McLaughlin, Carole .............. .....V.....V........ 6 4, 131 McLaughlin, Gary. ..,................ ....................,...... 7 8 McLaughlin, Judith Lillian ....... ...,.. 7 3, 125 McLean, Charles ,,,...,.....,.,,,.. ...... ......,..... 6 4 Mclvlahan, John Darwin ....... ................ ----.... 7 3 McMahan, Clayton ....,.......... .................... ....... 8 8 McMannis, Darlene Sue ....... .................... 7 3, 125, 131 McMannis. Stanley .,,........... .....,...............,..................A. 5 1 McMichael, Ruth ............. .,......................................... 1 32 McMillen, Ted .,,,.,. ,...,.. . ,, ......... 64, 121, 129, 131, 150 McNutt, Chloe Ellen ...... ,..... ........................... 7 3 , 126 McPherson, Joy ............ ..........,.......................... 8 3 McRee, James ........... .,......................... 5 1 McVey, Donald ......... ..,...., 5 1, 177, 178 McViker, Phyllis ....,.. ...... ....,................... 5 1 M Macklin, Ann .............. ...,........ ......... 5 1 Maddox, Sylvia .....,......... ...... ...,,.... 83 Maddux, Carol Jean ....... ...,........ 7 3 Maddux, Loretta ............,... ............... 5 1 Maddux, Saundra .,.......,......... ........--- -...... 8 3 Maidel, Ronald Edward ..,..... ......... 7 3, 131 Maines, Jerry Leroy .......... .................. 7 3 Mawris, Nick ..,,,,,.,,...,.,.,, ........ 6 4, 128 Malherbe, Richard .....,.. ...,..,.........., 9 7 Mann, Douglas .....,...,..... ....... 7 9, 128 Mann, Zane English ........, ........... V .... 7 3 Mantonya, Delores ,....... ....,....... 3 3 Mantonya, Philip ...,...... .,........ ........... 6 4 Maring, Gary .............,..... ........................ 9 1 Markham, Judith Kay .......,. ......... ........ 7 3 , 125 Markle, Judith Ann ,........ ......... 7 3, 126, 185 Markle, Sharon ...,,...,... , .... .,..... 5 2, 131, 1855 Marmie, Janet Louise ......,.. ............... 7 3, 126 Marmie, William Dale ,..,..... ........... , ......... 7 3 Marmie, William Dale ,........ ............ 7 3 Marquis Carol ........,........... ......... 7 3 Marquis, June ...,..,......,... ,...,.,. . 52 Marriott, Douglas ....... ......... 7 3 Marriot. Robert .,......, ...,..,...., 6 4 Marshall, Barbara ........ ................,. 8 3 Martin, Barbara .....,.... ............ 7 3, 137 Martin, Jerry .........,. ,............ 1 70, 173 Martin, Linda ...... ...... 7 3, 124, 136 Martin, Mary ..,..,,..,, ..,.,........,.......... 5 2, 122 Martin, Nancy ......... ..................,........ 5 2, 126 Martin, Pat ..,.,...,. ........ 5 2, 121, 126, 129 Martin, Robert ,...... . .... , , -------- '73 Martin, Sharon Kaye ..,..., -------- 7 3 Martin, William .....,...... --------- 3 1 Marvin, Rosella ..,.... .. -------- 64 Marzano, Scott, ....... ------------ 7 9 Mason, David ,....,.. --------------- 9 7 Mason, James ..... 4. .....................-.-.-. -----4--,--,----------------- ---' 5 2 Mason, Karen .......... ........................--..------ ,--- -4-------,-A---- 3 6 , 137 Mason, Karla ,.,.......,....... 52, 121, 122, 124, 129, 138. 140, 142 Masteller, Richard ,.........,............,......... ....-..------------------- - 52, 145 Mathews, Clarence Leroy ,,........... .....................-----, 7 3, 182, 183 Mathews, Lena ....................... ---4----------,------ 9 1 Mawhorter, Robert ............. .-...- ----------- 6 4 , 181 Maybury, Iris ........... ......---...---------------- ---' - 86 Mayhew, Richard ,....,. ........ 5 2, 121. 123, 145 Mayes, Robert ,......................... .....,........---,-.---,-,------- 9 7 Mears, Barbara ..... ........................ ...... ..---- ----------- 8 7 Meisenhelder, George Robert ........ .-------------- 7 3 Melton, John Lee ........................... .,-...,- 6 4, 137 Melton, Robert .,....,....,................. ......,--- . ...---- 5 2 Mercer, Julie ..,.................,....... ---..--.------- 8 3 Mercer, Grace ..,.. . ,. .---------. .91 Merritts, Judith ..,..,..,...... ..,.......................,..,.............--.- - 91 Mertz, Bill .......................... ............... , ............l... - ....,...,..------- 8 3 Messimer, Nancy Carroll .....,...... 65, 121 126, 136. 137, 142 lvletcalf, Joanne Elizabeth .,..............,.., es, 124, 135, 141, 143 Metcalf, Nancy Jo ,,...,....................... ........,............ 7 3, 126, 148 Meyer, Bonnie Jean .........,..... ....... . ...........................,--..,-.- 6 5 Meyer, Rodney Kenneth ....... . ......................-.. 65 Mill, Susan ..,....... ............... . . ----------------- ------- 8 3 Miller, Barbara ....,............ ......... 8 3 125. 133 Miller, Barbara ...,........... ......----.------------- 7 3 Miller, Charles .................... .......--.---,--------.-- 1 31 Miller, Charlotte Ann ......... ........ 7 3, 126, 185 Miller, Connie .................... ---.------ ---------,-- 8 7 Miller, Harold Burton ........ ........... 7 3, 149 Miller, Iva Jean ............. ...---------,- A 73 Miller, James ...,...,..,..... ----------- 9 2 Miller, JoAnn ..,............. ------ --52 Miller, John George ......... -------- 7 3 Miller, John Wayne ....... .......----------- 7 3 Miller, Joseph Loel ......... ...----...,---------- 9 7 Miller, Mary ,.................... .,.......-.,--.---..---- 8 3 Miller, Philip James ......... ...... 7 3 135, 137 Miller, Raymond ,.............. ............ 1 77, 178 Miller, Ruth ........................ -..----,---------------.- 1 01 Miller, Shirley Ann ............... ..l.-... 7 3, 133, 185 Miller, Walter Durwood ....... .......-.-...,-----.,.-- 6 5 Mills, Gery Eugene ............ .........,------.---- 7 3 Mills, William .......,............ .......,.......--- 8 3 Mitchell, Larry Philip ....,.....,. ......... 6 5, 131 Mitchell, James Melvin ....... .....,......... 7 3 Mitchell, Roger ...........,............ ......,....................--- 8 8 Mitchell, William Edward ....... .......,.....,...,................. 6 1, 65 Mohler, Irene ......................... ......,........................l.--.-.-.----- 8 7 Mohler, Peggy 1.................... ............,...... 5 6. 126, 138, 140 Monnett, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..., ,,,.... 1 5, 17, 53, 105, 170, 172 Monroe, Ray Earl ,................ ...,..,.............Y.................... -,-, 6 5 Montgomery, Joyce Ann ,,,.,,,. ..,,,,.,.... ........ 7 3 , 125, 131 Montgomery, Sue Ann ,,,,,,,,,, ........ 7 3, 131, 185 Moore, Adrianne Yvonne ,...... ............ ....... , - ..73 Moore, Edwina ........,............ .................,-.. 8 8 Moore, Francis Anthony ,....... ......... 7 3, 140 Moore, James Claude ......... ,.... . --73, 183 Moore, Linda .................... .............. 8 6 Moore, Mary Joann .......,....... ...,.. ....... ......----- 7 3 Moore, Rebecca lllene ......... .......................,,........ 6 5 Moore, Thora Louise .......... ,....,.,.......... .................. 6 5 Moorehead, Robert .,,.1......... ........ 5 3, 121, 145, 150 Moorison, Kathleen ............... ..., ,... ......................-.. 6 5 Moorman, Judy ..,...................., ......4 ...... ........,.. 8 3 Moorman, Wayne Eugene ....,... 74 Moran, Daniel ....,......,........... ........ 9 7 Moran, Forrest .,.................. ........... 1 .................................,..... - 28 Moran, James Richard ...,....... ................,............................... 6 5 Morehouse, Terry .......,,......,.,..,...........,.....................,...... ......... 5 3 Morehouse, Tim ....,................ 121, 129, 135, 142, 145, 148 Morgan, Louada .,............,....................................................... 30 Morgan, Marjorie May .,..... ...........................,. . ..74, 126, 145 Moragn, Melanee ,.,,. ...,,... .................,....,,....,................... 8 6 Morlen, Connie Sue ....... .......................,.........,................. 6 5 Morris, Robert ............... ........ 1 3, 53, 121, 137, 145, 150 Morrison, Sandy .,..... ................................................ 8 3 Mosher, Marjorie ..,............. ...... .......,..................,......... 5 3 Mosher, Marjorie ,.................. ........ 5 3 Mosher, Ton Alton ....................................,............................... 74 Mosholder, Kenneth Otto ................................,...........1..,........ 74 Moss, Gwendoyn ..,.,..... .................................,.1....,................... 6 5 Mossman, Beverly ,,,,.,...,.....,,,....,, 52, 122, 126, 127, 135, 149 Mossman, Darlene ........... ,......,.............,.,...,..,..,................. 9 7 Mossman, Jerry Lee ..,....... ..................,................................ 6 5 Mount, Sharon Lee .........,... ........ 6 5, 121, 124, 130, 135, 144 Mullinex, Judy ...... ...,,,........................................-...---..-- , --------- 9 2 Mummey, Emmett Douglas .......................................-.,...... ,...'74 Myer, Florence ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, .,...., 3 1, 144, 146 Myer, Rodney ......................... ....--.......4-....--- 1 83 Myer, Samuel ............. ......-.---,.- ------ 6 5 Myer, Terry ..........,....... .-.----- 8 8 Myers, Beverly Ann .1,.... ........ ...... 7 4 Myers, Bill ,..................... .............................,....... 1 83 Myers, Brent ..........,........... .................Y................,..... 1 29 Myers, Connie Marlene .,............................................ 126, 135 Myers, Delcie ,,.,,,,,,,....,,.,,...,........ ...... . ..53, 122. 126, 138, 140 Myers, Dixie Lee ,................................. 74, 125, 138, 140, 185 Myers, Marilyn.,. ......, 53, 106 111, 121, 122, 124, 135, 142 Myers, Paul William .....................,. .........................1............. 7 4 Myers, Terry .................. ....... 1 70, 173, 183 Myers, Tom Skanton, ,,,,.. .......,....,. 7 4, 182 l 7 , 1 M N 1 30 Romine, Louis ....... Nagy, Linda ,.........., ........ NagY, Monte Lynn .......... ....88 ...65 145 Neely, Don Herman ......, ...v..... 7 4, Neff, Emilie Louise .....,,.. ........ 7 4, 125 Negele, Gary .....,.....,...... ..... .............. . . 53 Neighbarger, Judy Lee ........ ............ 7 4 Neighbor, Mary Ann ..,...... ..... . 53 Nelson, Jim ..,.,.................. ...... 9 1 Nelson, Roland .............,l,.... ....... 5 3 Nemeth, James Edward .,..,. ...... 6 5 Nethers, Dorothy.. ............. ........ . 97 Nethers, Jerry Steven ...................... ..,-.... 1 83 Nethers, Linda .,..,,..........Y...............,........... 79 Nethers, Mary Ann .... ....,Y.........,........ 5 3, 122 Newman, Judy Sue ......,.., 65, 124, 144, 185 Nickinbotham, John .... ........................... .86 Norman, Darlene ....... .,................... . ...... 7 4 Norris, Richard .............. ....... ........ ....... 8 6 North, Dorothy .............,.,............................ 74 North, Stanley ..........Y..........,.... 74 145 182 Northrup, Barbara Jea n ........ 65,' 126,, 131, 138, Northrup,,Judith Ann .......,...... 65, 125, 140 131 133 125 129 ...79 Null, Judith Kay ...,,,..............,......,,,,,....,.,. 65 Null, Ruth ....., 54, 126, 136, 138, 140, 185 Nutt, Ruth ........,....,,,.,.,....,,,,, , ,,.,,,,,,,,, 74, Nutter, Roberta ,.,,....1,,,,,,.............,,, .74, Nye, Bernard .....,... ...,,.,,,,.,,, ..32 0 O'Brien, Gloriann Lee...65, 121, 124, O'Brien, Michael ..,,.....,.,.,......,..,,,,,,,, , ..,, , Oatman, Carol ............. .............,..,,....,,, 8 8 Oatman, Harold .........,, ,,,,,,., U30 Occouche, Donald ,.....,.,.....,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 86 Odcr, Betsy .....,......,...,,,,.......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Oder, Robert ....,............,......,,,.,.., v, 54, Offenbaker, William .... 54 106 111, Ogle, Alice Laree.,.. Perr111, Mary .......... . 1 ' 131 181 123, 142 Oiler, Fred Quentin ,..... ........... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 7 4 Oliver, Betty ,....................1,,.. ,,,, 5 4, 122, 131 Oliver, Grant ..,........,....,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Oliver, Michael Duane ,..,,.. ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 7 4 Oliver, Wiilla .,,.....,,,,,,,.,,,.. ,,,,,,, 9 1 Olpp, Doris E ..,......,..,..,. ,,,,,,, 3 0 Orr, Caroline ......... .,,,,,, 8 6 Orr, Carolyn ,.,.....,,, ,,,.,,,,,, 9 1 Orr, Harry ...,,,.,,...,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 91 Orr, Richard ....,...,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,91 Orr, Robert Marion .,,...,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,74, 183 Orr, Ronald Ray ........,.....,. 65, 148, 170, 172 Orr, Sue ,............. ....,... ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 9 1 Oxley, Jon Anthony ,...,,,,...,.,,, 65, 124, 145 Oxley, Lynn ...,,...,,,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,, 8 3 P Packham, Peggy. .........,....... ....,.. 8 8 Pagel, Harry .........,.........,,,..,.... .,..... 7 9 Painter, Richard Charles ,,,. ,.,., H65 Painter, William ....,......,.,...... .,,,,,. 8 3 Palmer, Bruce .......,.........,, , ........,.,..,,,,, 97 Palmer, Georgeann .......,.. ..........,....,,...,,,, , 79 Palmerton, Jackie Kays ...,..,.....,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 65 Parker, Carolyn Sue .,.............. 74, 125, 148 Parker, Dale ,.....,.,,,,,,,,,... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 4 Parkllill. Patty ................... .,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,, 7 9 Parrill, Fred Harley ,,,...... ,,,,,,, 6 5 Parrill, John ..,...,.......,..... ,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Parsons, Donna ...,,,,,,,. ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 32 Parsons, Edith ......,,..,......,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 11,30 Parsons, Nancy ..,,,....,,.,,,,,,.,,..,,,, ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 8 6 Patten, Sharla ,,.......,,,,,,.,, 54, 121, 128, 136 Partterson, Charlene Ann ,,1,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5 Patterson, David ...,........ 54, 122, 123, 131, 135, 150 Patterson, Diana. ....,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Patton, Clifford O .,,,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5 Paublos. Robert .......... ,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Paul, Cynthia L ........ ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 5 Peach, Carl. ,,,,,.,...,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, HH74 Pearce, Myron. ..... . Peck, Arlene ....,.. Peck, Raymond ........ Penick, James ......... Petrill, Thomas.. .,... Pettibone, Peggy ...... Pettit, James E ...,.. ...79 185 .......31, ......79, 131 132 54,' "I 74 23 97 65 Pettit, Ruth ,,....,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4, 122 Petty, Carolyn.. .. ........... 174, 126, 185 Petty, David ....,... ...... 5 4, 121, 123, 139 Phares, Mary., ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,-,,,, , -U83 Pharis, Pete ,...,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,-,, 7 9 Phillips, Connie ...,, ,,,,,,,-,-,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, 7 9 Phillips, Kay .,,,,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , -83 Phillips. Linda .......... ......,. 5 4, 126, 136 Phillips. William ,.,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 8 7 Pickering, Ivy R ,,,,,,,, ,,,-,- ,,,,---.---- 6 5 Pickering, Jerry ,,,,,,,. , ,,,-- 83 Pickering, Myrlie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-----,-, 7 4 74 Pickering, Russe ll ...................,,...,, Piersley, Phylhs ,,,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pierson, Judith C .,... 65, 121, 126, Primm, Richard ,,....,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Pine, Julia Ann ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54, Q ..........131 128 145 ....97 126 Piper, Janet ........, ....... 5 5, 122, 135, 133 P' , M ........ ............................... P1521 D351 ...... .........,....,............. 1 9 Plants, John ...,,... ............................... 7 4 Plummer, Sally ....... ...,.. 7 4, 126, 138, 140 Poff, Linda Sue ........ Porter, Rose .........,. Poland, Karl F ......... Pomeroy, Judson ...... 185 .........65, 91 48 125 Posey, Betty .........,. ......... 7 4, Potter, Larry. ,....... ----...-..--..-. 7 9 Pound, Alan ........... ..................... 7 4, 131 Pound, Dale ............... ..........,................. -.... 7 4 Pound, Mary Ann ..,..,,. 55, 121, 122, 128, 135, 142, 185 Pound, R. A ..... ..............,...........-.-- ------.-.- 2 9 Pound, Rose Marie .........................,........ 65 Pound, Saundra. ............. .. ..... .... 7 4, 131 Powell, Beth ...........,,.,... ...............-.-.. 9 1 Powell, Larry .......,...............................- . ---.. 79 Powell, Sharron Lynn ....,......... 65, 125, 137 Presgraves, Betty ............ ...................... 7 4 Price, Ben ................... ............... .... 7 4 Price, John .......... ...... 6 5, 131 Price, Patty ............. ................. 1 33 Price, Virginia ....... ......... 5 5, 133 Priest, Jerry ........ .............,......,....... 8 6 Prior, Joan ............. ...,........................... 8 3 Prior, William ....... ,............................. .... 7 9 Prouty, Richard ....., . ...... 55, 131, 135, 150 Prugh, Harold .....,. .......................... 183 Pryor, Fred ..,,,........ .................. 6 5, 150 Purks, Jackie ,... ......... ...... 5 5 , 144 Pursley, Phyllis ..............................,,.......... 74 Pursley, William ..,.............,..............,........ 55 Purvis, Faye Ann .............................. 74, 125 Pyle. Judy..74, 79, 126, 135, 138, 140, 185 Quack, Joyce .................. ....... 1 33 ueen, Eleanor ....... ..... ..101 ueen, Frank ....... ...... 9 7 Quigley, Thomas ......... ...... 8 3 Rada' Sf1:San'ii""""""'571'"125""i'57"'1i?87 Radar, retc en ......,,.... . , , 1 140, 185 Raison, Terry ......... ...-..--------------- 7 4, 145 Ralston, Trent ......., ------ 5 5, 150, 173 Ramsey, Betty ....... .-------------- ------- 7 4 Ramsey, Doris .,....,... --,---------------- 6 4 Ratliff, Dorothy .....,.. ..-..--,, 7 4, 158 Ratliff, William ........ ....,.--, 7 4, 131 Rayser, Larry .....,. ,----,-Y,--- ---- 7 9 Rovley, Fanny ....... .............Y,----.--,---- - 82 Rechel, Linda ............ .,.,....-,,.....,.-..-- 9 1, 92 Redman, Orville ............,.......--,,., .-....--.----- 6 5 Redman, James ,,..., ....... 7 4, 131, 134, 137 Redman, Jerry ....... .....-,...........v------------ 7 4 Redman, Ruth ....... ...Y.........---,----------- 6 5 Redman, Verla ....... ..-....------ 5 5 Reed, Carl .......... ..,Y-.---------- 5 5 Reed, James ........... .....- 7 4, 182 Reed, Kenneth ....... ............- 9 7 Reed, Peggy ........ . ......- ...-- 7 4 Reid, Robert ........... ...,--.-----..-- 6 5 Rehbeck, Gary ....... .............--.... 6 5 Rehbcck, Tim .......... ...... 1 71, 174 Reichert, James ........... ..........,..... 5 5 Reinbeau, Richard. ....,,... ...-,,...,..---- 7 4 Renner, Chester .....,.......... .................. 7 9 Retherford, Geraldine ........ , ....... 131, 135 Rexroth, Mary ................ ......... 3 1, 124 Rey, Judith ..............................,..Y... ........... 9 7 Rey, Lois ..................................,..,. .....v-- - .... 8 8 Reynolds, William. ........,............................ 79 Rian, Joyce ..........., 55 ,106, 111, 121, 142 Rian, Richard ,........................................... 97 Rice, Ral h ............................,,.......... 33, 123 Rice, RicP1ard. ,,,,....... ..,... 1 22, 150, 181 Rich, Richard ............. ...........,,............ 5 5 Richards, Donald ......... ............ 5 6, 149 Richards, John ...,...... .....,....... 9 7 Richards, ' Rennie ......... .......... S 6 Ridge, Richardson, Gerald... Richcreek, Franklin... Richcreek, Philip ......... Ridenour, Carol ........ Ridella, John ......... Rithcey, Larry ....... Ricus, Pauline .,..... Ridella, John ...... Riffle, Donna ...... Riffle, Gary ........ Linda .................. .......... .........83, .......170, Riffle, Nancy ...... . .................. Riley, David .......................,................... Riley, Marianne ............,............. 17, 56, Riley, Patty ........................................ ..... Ritchey, Gary .......... 65, 121, 126, 145, Ritchey, James .............,.....,...... 56, 123, Ritchey, Marlene ..................................... Rizzo, Rosalie ........ Roan, Paula ........ Roan, Ralph ........... Roberts, Beverly ........ Roberts, Carol ........ 126, ...,,....74, .............12e, ......74, 126, 74 ...56 132 ...74 173 .,.97 ...65 ...65 ...65 ...87 .125 ...86 124 131 ...56 145 185 ...83 ...91 185 Roberts, George ........ 131 Roberts, Kay ............. ....... 1 26, Roberts, Marjorie ..................... ................. 6 5 Roberts, Stephanie .,...................... ......... . ..91 Roberts, Tittica ...... 65, 121, 126, 130, 136 Robinson, Evelyn ...................................... 97 Robinson, Glen. ......................................... 56 Robinson, Jerry ........ .................. 8 3 Robinson, Nancy ....... ............. 5 6, 131 Robinson, Phyllis ,,.. ...... 65, 125, 131 Robinson, Robert ....... ...................... 7 9 Robinson, Wava ........ ................... 7 4 Rockey, Berdena ...... ............. 7 9 Rockey, Melynda ......... ........ 8 7, 88 Roderick, Donald ......... ....... 1 70, Roeder, Roland ........ Rogers, Charles ...... Rognon, Sarah ....... Rollinson, Oscar ....., ............65, 121, ......65, Romine, Edmond ......... ...... 6 5 171 143 145 ,132 Romme, Iris .............. ............. 7 4 Romine, Shemian ...... 65 Roof, David .........,. ......... 5 6, 149 Roop, Carolyn ..,.... ............... . 86 Rose, Robert ........ ...... 3 0, 149 Rose, William ....... ............ . ............ 9 7 Ross, George ...... ............................ 8 6 Roth, Richard ......... ....... 1 1, 56, 177, 179 Runkle, Dennis .........., ......,...,,,.,.....,,,,,.,, 7 9 Rutter, Betty ................,, .. ..................,.... 65 Rutherford, Geroldine ...........,,.....,...,,.,,..... 74 Ryder, Grace ................................... , ,,.,,..... 31 Russell, Joyce .................. 56, 111,'121, 126 5 Saad, Janie ...................... ............. 9 1 Saad, Urilliam ,............ ..... .............. 83 Safford, James ........ ...... , ...... 7 4, 137 Sams, Cary ........... .............. 7 4, 131 Sanders, Linda. ...... ....... 6 5, 126, 185 Saum, Faye ........... ...................... 7 9 Snum, Sylvia ............ ................... 7 9 Saum, William ......,. .................,.... 7 4 Sawyer, Beth ............ ............... 6 5 126 scaffide, Eleanor ...... ....... 7 4, 124, 185 Scaffide, Sandra ........ .............. 9 1, 92 Scanlan, Shirley ......... ................... 7 4 Scarrett, Joseph .....,........ .......... 7 4 Sceurman, Andrew ........ 75 Schenk, Judy ............... ....... 7 9 Scheffler, Terry ........... ...,... 8 3 Schlosser, Ronald ....... .,........ 6 5 Schmidt, Rita ............ ............... . .132 Schooler, Nancy. ,,...,,, ..,..,,,.,,...,,,.,,,, 7 5 Schonhar, Charles ....,.. ...,.....,,..,..... ,,,,,, 7 5 Schworm, Zona ......... . ..... ..,,.. 5 6, 122, 134 Scott, Ardella ...........,.,...,,.......,,,,..........,,,... 66 Scott, Charlene Leona ..........,,......,,., 123, 66 Scott, Gary ..........................,,.,,.,......,.,,,,,,,.. 79 Scott, Kay Ann ......,..... 66, 121, 126, 128, 131, 136 Scott, Kenneth ....... ..,........ 6 6, 131, 137 Scott, Susan ........... ......................... 33 Sears, Barbara .......,..... ......... . ..75 125 seidle, Louise .................. ...... 7 5', 133 Senff, Judy ................... Sensabaugh, Shirley Sue ....... .......... 6 6, 133 ........162, Shackleford, Herbert ...... Shackleford, Ramond... Shade, Sharon ................ Shaffer, Charlotte ......... Shanahom, Robert ......... 183 125 . ....... 75, 126 Shannon, Charles ............. ........................ 8 3 Shannon, Nancy .............. 56, 106, 121, 122 Shaner, Eleanor ................................ 75, 142 Shaw, Barbara ............. ................... ..... ...... 7 5 Shaw, John ..................,............................. 75 Shawhan, Sylvia ...,.. 75, 123, 127, 136, 137 Sheets, Robert ................................,,.......... 91 Sheffer, Gary .......................,.,.................... 87 Shepard, John, ....... ....,. 7 5 149 Sherman, Sherry ....... ...... 7 Q 125 Shields, Sally ............ ............. 9 1 Shields, Richard, .... . ....... ...66 Shimm, Joan ............ ...... 8 3 Shipley, Donald .....,.. ...... 7 5 Shoultes, Duane ...... ...... 7 9 Shriner, James ....... .........,......... 8 3 Shubriz, Ruth .,.,... ...................... 9 7 Sidwell, Steven ........ ......................... 7 5 Sirlwell, William ....... ...... 6 6, 121, 145 Siegle, Mary Ann ....... ....................,. 5 7 Simkins, James ........ .,,. . , ..............,....... 75 Simpson, Joan ............,......................... ...... 9 2 Simms, Lois ...............,......... .................... 6 6 Simross, Mary Lynn .... 15, 57, 105, 121, 122, 123, 124, 129, 135, 138, 140, 185 Sines, Don ...........,................ ...,.---------- , ------ 3 6 Sipe, Jerry ............,............ ............. --.. 6 6 , 131 Sites, Gary ................. .. ----.--'----- 75 Sizemore, Timothy ........ ---------- 9 1- Skees, Richard ............. --.---.. , ...- 9 7 Skees, Mary ..............--...-.--- V --4-.----4------ ...-1,57 Skinner, John ........,.......,...... -.-.-------- . -------- 4 .96 Skinner, Johanna,...66, 121, 136,t138, 140 Skinner, Nancy ................... -...-.-,------ L 755,125 Slay, Linda ,,,..... .................... 1 .... 1 .... ... at-...79 239 Slebobnik, Michael.. Sloan, Gary ................................................ 75 Smailes, Doanld .... 57, 121, 122, 145, 150, , 17f179 Smart, Linda ...................................A.. 7 , 125 Smiley, Mamie ,........ ......... ...,..,...,...... 5 7 Smith, Betty ......... .......... , ..... ........ 7 , 125 Smith, Charles ..,............. f ..,........ .......,,.. 5 7 Smith, David ..............,. 5 ,.....,..,. ze.: ,,.,.,. 479 ,Smith, Donald ............. I .....,...... ........., .:L457 ' Smith, F. ' ......... .......,.. 49 ..,,...,,....,. ,, 33 Smith, James ....,,., ..... , ,A ,,A............... 79 Smith, Larry ........ .... ' ..,....,,,..,, ..,,... 8 3 Smith, Linda ......,,.., ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,. , 1 134 Smith, M en ................... ...,,..,,.,,.... , 7?.c.. Smith, Alice ,,..,. ,Lf .,,,.. ,..,..,..... Q .8 ', imith, ........,..,..,,..,,,..,,., ,,,.,,,, 5 7, 1237 gmitg, P ldred ...........,,... ...... mit , atricia... ,. ,.,..,,,..... , ,,.,,,.,,. .. n Smith, Roseuaeif ..,,.,,,,,,,. :I ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..., ae Smith. Ruth ,... ............... , ................... 7 5, 125 Smith, Thomas ......... 1.1.3 .... ............. . 58 Smith, Vernon ..................... ...... ...,....... 6 6 Smucker, Clayton.....r ............................... .24 SmuckeggI"Margarq5qt ...... 58, 121, 126, 135 Snedden, Wiwni ....................,............... 75 gneging, Igic .-, ............,...,. ....,. ........... 2 lg . ne m , 13514 .......... ,.,..,.,... Snow, 7-Ial ................... ....,.. 9 1, 92 Snyder, Frederick ......... .............. 6 6 Snyder, Shtirley ........ ...,....,.. 9 1 Snyder, Mike ,.,,.,.....,,. ,,.,,,., 8 3 Somerville, Ronald ..,.... ...,,... 7 5 Sorrell, Robert ............ ...,.... 8 6 Soucek, Julia ............. ......,......, ..,,.,,,,, 8 3 Spangler, James F ........,.................,. ,,,...... 7 5 Spangler, James R, ............ 30, 66, 121, 130 Spangler, Robert ................,,,..,..,,,..,,.....,,.. 97 Speaks, Frieda ........ ,.,...,,,,,,,...,,.. 8 4, 132 Spearman, Neil ......... .,..,. ..,...,,.,.... 3 3 Thompson, William ...................... ......... Thompson, William Edward ...,.............. Thropp, Gwen .......................................... Timms, Mary Lou ............................ 84, Tingler, Betty ............ ........................ Toler, Susan ..... ....... ....... 7 5 , 126, Tolliver, Marilyn ......... .............. 6 6, Tomlinson, Ralph ...... .................. Toothman, Thomas ....... .................. Toothman, William .................................. Tpka, Alan .............................................. Trager, Ronald ........................ 75, 131, Trexel, Ann ...................... 75, 124, 144, Trimble, Marrlyn .........,.. 59, 126, 136, Triplet, Thomas ..............................,. 177, Tronstein, Judy ........ 66, 121, 124, 135, Trout, Tom ..,.............,............................. Tucker, Barbara ..........................,.... .75, Tucker, Mildred ........ ............ Tulley, Judy ........... .....,.., Tumer, Paul ........ ,,,,,.,., Twinem, Mary ......... ..,,,,,..,,, Tyrer, James ............ ...,,.,, 6 6, Tyson, Jacquelin ........... ............ , ll U1r1ch,.Fred ............ 66, 121, 129, 177, Ungashick, Virginia ...........,.,,,,.....,.,,....., Unger, Suella, .....,.......,,,....,, ...,,. ........, gryljan, GDona1d .......... ..,...,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,..,, r an, arry .,....,..,. .,,,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Urick, Judith ,,,,..,,,,..,,,.,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 75, Utterback, Ralph .....,.,.,,, 66, 121, 145, V Spellman, Richard ....... Spence, David ........ s Spence, Nancy .....,.,., ............,.,.,.,, 6 6 Spence, Richard .... ...,,., 58, 75, 150 Sperry, David ....,.... .....,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Spicer, -Carol ..,,... .....,,.,.,.,,.,, 7 5 Spiker, Arlene ..,...,.. ,.....,, 7 5 Spiker, Carleen ...... ,,,,,.,, 8 6 Spiller, Joyce ..,...........,,. ..,,,,,, 8 3 Spurrier, Beatrice ......,,. ,..... 1 31 Spraks, Frieda .............. 1 ,,.,,.. 83 Spring, Michael ............,... .,....,,.,,,,,,,,.,, 7 5 Spring, Barbara .........,...,...,.,..,....,,,. , ,,,,..,, 131 Springston, Dixie .........,..,,.,..,.,...........,.....,. 88 rFnk ...... 4 w..w N4 .. Stoechmann, George ..,..,...... 21, 27, 36, 135 Stockdale, Phillip .......,,........,.,,,..,,,,,, 53, 181 Storer, gidith ......,...,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5, 125 Stout, arwin ........,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Stradley, Edward ....... ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0 Strawn, Carol .,..,......... ,,,,,,,, 6 6 Strawn, Ruth Ann .....,........,...,...,, ,,.,....,,, 8 3 Street, Stephen ........,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 86 Stricker, Connie ..,...,,,,,,,,......,....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Strouse, Connie .............. 75, 124, 148, 185 Strouse, Saundra .......,............,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 9 Strother, Karol ,.,..... ..,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 Stn-other, Robert ...... ,,,,,,,,, 1 77, 173 Stump, Doris. ,,.....,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Strum, Nancy ........,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 7 Styers, Margaret ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Sullivan, John ..........,,, ,,,,,,, 6 6, 59 Sullivan, Melvin ....... ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, 5 8 Sullivan, Patricia .....,,.... ...,..,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 5, 125 Sullivan, Ronald ,..............,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,, ,,,,,, 5 9 Sutherland, Kenneth .....,.....,..,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 75 Sutphen, John Hayes ........ 13, 59, 121, 122, 123, 129, 135, 137, 145, 150 Sutphen, Suellen .........., .,......,..,,,.,,....,,, ,,,,, 8 3 Swan, Linda ......,,...,.........,,.,......., , ,,,, 59, 137 Swan, Beth ......,..... .,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 1 Swank, Robert ..............,.,..,.......,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Swank, Tom .................................. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 37 Swart, Kay ....................,.....,. , ,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 79 Swart, Donald..66, 121, 129, 135, 150 181 Swick, Charles ...........,.,........,,,,,,.... ,.,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Swinehart, Gary. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, A ,..97 Swick, Dave ......, .,..,. ,,,,,, 1 3 3 T Taggart, James .,..... ........... ,,,,,..,,,, 8 4 Taggart, Ronnie ...,..,.... ,,.,,.,,.,.... 7 5 Taylor, Carol .......... Taylor, Clara ....... ........se 126 21 Taylor, Freda ....., ........, , 24 Taylor, Larry .......... ...,,......... 7 9 Tate, Helen ............... ........... 5 9 Terry, Blanche .....,........ ..........,..1 8 6 Teuscher, Thomas ......... ...,............. 5 9 Thomas, Wayne ......... ........ 3 1, 132 Thomas, Willie ............. .,..... 7 5, 150 Thompson, Barbara ...... ....... 6 6, 126 Thompson, Bonnie ......... .............. 9 7 Thompson, Donna ......... ..,........... 6 6 Thompson, Jack .......... ................. 7 5 Thompson, Linda .....,.... ........ 6 6, 185 Thompson, Richard ....... ................. 7 5 Thompson, Roy ........... ........ 7 5, 131 240, ..75 ..75 ..86 132 ..79 136 126 ..75 ..7 9 ..79 ..83 149 185 185 178 144 ..83 148 ,.66 ..91 ..97 ..83 177 ..75 179 ..66 ..91 ..75 ..79 125 150 Vaia, George ............,........ -------v 6 6, 128 Vaia, Louis ................... ....----,....- 7 9 Van Hook, Ronald ....... .-......... 7 5 Van Wey, Ruth ........,. ,--..... 8 6 Vargo, Mary ........... --,.---,--- 9 7 Vaugn, Phil .,.............. .......-.....- 8 3 Vaugn, Saundra ........ ................, 7 9 Vervvay, Nancy ............. ......... 9 1, 92 Vermilion, David ............ ....... ......- 9 7 Vermilion, Kathleen... ..... ............ . .59 Vermilion, Joyce ............ ....... 8 7, 88 Vermillion, Janice ......... .................... 7 6 Vinient, Frederick ............ ............ . .......... 7 6 Vogelmeier, Charles. ................... ................ 9 1 Vogelmeier, Mary Ann .............. 59, 128, 142 Vogelmeier, Phil ........................................ 83 Vogelmeier, Sue ................................ 66, 126 Volz, Patricia .... 66, 121, 126, 136, 138 140 Voris, Tom .............................................. 183 Voris, Donald ............. ........... ............... ....... 7 6 W Wachter, Leslie ................ -------- 6 6 Waddrell, Brenda .......-i -------- 3 3 Wages, Juanita .......... ---- - -t-97 Wages, Nancy... ..... ------ - -59 Wagner, Patty ......... -------------------- 5 9 Wagner, Teresa ....... ................-...--- 8 8 Wa den, Larry ......... ......--.---..--------4- 1 45 Waldren, Leroy ....,.. ...----- 7 6, 131, 149 Walker, David ......... .........-------------- 9 1 Walker, Diana ......... .-......-- 6 6, 126 Walker, Patricia ....... .----- -------- . - -76 Walker, Paul ......... --,----- 5 9, 150 Walker, Ray ............. .....--------- 7 9 Wallace, Joe .............. .--.----------- 1 31 Wallace, Richard ........ ..-.-.--.----------- 7 9 Walton, James ......... ........ 1 70, 171 W'ard, Laura ............... ....-- 1 22, 160 Warden, Charles ........... ...........--------- 8 8 Warman, William ....,.... ...........-.---------- 7 6 Warthen, Carol .......... .................--------- 6 0 Warthen, Sandra ...................... 76, 125, 131 Watson, Brenda ......................l.. -..--..---------- 6 6 Watson, Dale ....... ...... ....................-.. 7 6 , 149 Watson, Lynn .............. 121, 131, 138, 140 Watson, Shalmer ..........................--- --.-------- 8 7 Watson, Darwin ...... .........,.--.....-.. 1 77, 179 Watson, Larry ......... ...l.........,.....------------- 9 1 Weaver, Jerry .......... ......, 6 1, 66, 123, 131 Weaver, Judith ........ .......... 7 6, 125, 131 Webb, Patricia ........ .,............... 6 6, 126 Webb, Maiorie ....... ....,.......--..-. 1 32 Weed, Gary. ......... ...,....... 7 6 Weidner, Larry ....... .---.--- 7 6 Weisner, ????? ......... .-------- 1 31 Weisant, John ......... .....,...--- 1 72 Wells, Charles ......... ............----- 7 9 Wells, Delores ......... .......... 7 6, 126 YVelsch, Linda ......... ....................... 6 6 Welsh, Jude ............. ................... ....... 9 1 Vvelsh, Mary ............... ......... 6 0, 122, 185 Wentz, Ann ................... ..................-.. 1 32 Wessinger, Robert ......... .................... 6 6 West, Buddy ............... ......... 1 31, 145 West, Carol .............. .............. 8 3, 132 West, Maurice ............ ................ 7 6 149 Westbrook, Ruth ........ ....... 7 6, 125,, 148 Westfall, Brice ......... ....................... 6 6 Westfall, Jerry ......... . ................. 183 Wetzel, Ronald ........ ........ 7 6, 148 Wetzel, Richard ...... ....... 6 0. 181 Whaley, Don ........... . ......... 87 Wheeler, Margie ........ .............. 6 6 WVhite, Clennie ....... .................. . .76 White, Donna .,.... ................... 6 6, 148 White, Pat ............... ....,................. 6 0, 131 White, Shirley ........................ 76, 125, 185 Whitehead, Judith .......... 66, 126, 130, 136 Whiteman, Ray ....... ................................ 8 6 Whitis, Carol .................... 76, 125, 131 185 Whitis, Frank ......... ........................... . .88 NVhyde, Bonnie ........ ...... .......... 7 6 , 126 Whyde, John ........ ............... . ..84 Whyde, Sondra ....... .................. . .66 Wickham, Frank ......... .......... 6 0, 121 131 WVidrig, Fredrick ..,....................,................ 76 Wilfong, Beverly ..........,. 76, 163, 148, 185 Wilhelm, David .......................................... 76 Wilkin, David ......... ........................... 1 45 Wilkins, Paul ........ ....... 6 6 WVilley, George , ...... ........... 6 6 Willey, Kenneth ..... .............. 9 1 Williams, Carolyn ....... ,...... 7 6 148 Williams, Ellen ....... ................. 6 6 Williams, Brad ......... .............. 7 9 VVilliams, Edmund ...... .......... 9 7 Williams, Gard ....... ............. 6 0 Williams, Glenna ........ ....... 7 6, 133 Williams, Helen ....... , ................ 31 Williams, Jean, .,...... ........ 1 33 Williams, Joseph ........ ........ . ........... 8 6 Williams, Larry ....... ....................... 7 9 Williams, Mollie ...... ..,.... 6 6, 121, 128 Williams, Ralph ........ .......................... 6 0 Williams, Rosetta ........ ............. 7 6, 136 VVilliams, Sandra ........ ................... 7 9 Williams, Ted ............ ........ . .97 VVilliams, Jerry ....... ....... 6 6 Williams, Thelma ...... ....... 7 6 Wills, Richard ....,,...... Wilson, Ann ........... Wilson, Douglas ........ Wilson, Frances ........ VVilson, Leon .............. VVilson, Martha ........ Wilson, Mary ........... VVilson, Shirley ......... Wilson, Virginia ........ Wilson, W' 'f d ..... . 1nn1 re Winkleman, June ........ VVinland, Janet .......... Winland, Sharon ........ Wise, Janice ................ Wisener, Darlene ........ Wisener, Virginia ...... Wohlford, Janice ........ Wolever, I Richard ...... Wolfe, Dave ............. Wolfe, Jen'y ........ Wolfe, Larry ,,..,,..... Wolfe, Richard ....... Wolfe, Robert ......... Wolfle, John .............. Wolford, Pathena ........ Wollard Sandra .. 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