Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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A W-Tlx Zfcvzealmcf In recognition of the fact that the Class of 1957 is the one-hundreth to graduate from Newark High School, We of the Reveille An- nual Staff submit the following pages in the hope that they will serve as pleasant remind- ers to seniors and underclassmen of their past year and at the same time hope that they will appropriately mark for posterity the passage of such an important occasion. l We ewe Q Qlfeiffe in 67 ff fbf . EDITORS Adviser-Mr. Kingeryg Editor of Reveille Annual- ames I Spanglerg Co-Editors of Reveille Review-Michael Clag- gett, Susan Coelho 4 BUIFLUUL IIUI' I BUSINESS MANAGER OF REVEILLE REVIEW Loyd Davis TYPIST Paula Maye Roan F1409 ' ma ure in rea en ting SPORTS WRITERS Thomas Voris, Alan Tomlinson, Leonard Wooles jack Shumaker STAFF REPORTERS Standing-Pat Volz, Martha Finley, Bruce Wood, Jack Thompson, Diana Walker, Claire Crunewald. Middle- Donna Bucke Seated anet Leek, y- -I Johanna Skinner. STAFF REPORTERS Georgia Zaras, Roberta Buckey, Sharon Mount, Nancy Grove, Tittica Roberts, Robert Franklin. A. Editorial Staff Editor-in-chief .................................................................... James Spangler Associate Editors .............................. Susan Coelho and Michael Claggett Sports Editor ..........,...................i.....,. D. Thomas Voris Index Editor ............................................ Diane Walker Club Editor .,......... .......... T ittica Roberts Art Editor .......... ......... C laire Grunewald Class Editor ............................................ Georgia Zaras Typist ................................................ Paula Maye P10211 Editor of Calendar ....l....l........................ Nancy Grove STAFF: seniors-Loyd Davis, Johanna Skinner, Martha Finley, Pat Volz, Sharon Mount, Robert Franklin, Jr. juniors-Donna Buckey, Janet Leek, Alan Tomlinson, Jack Thompson, Leonard Wooles, Roberta Buckey ffirst semester onlyjg sophomores-Bruce Wood, Jack Shumaker, Carolyn Lonzo Qsecond semester onlyJ. Business Staff Paula Maye Roan Judy Tronstein Tica Roberts Nancy Grove Jude Whitehead Sue Leckrone Barbara Campbell Lois Sims Dixie Myers Pat Sullivan Connie Strouse Connie Collins Barbara Hunter Karin Woods Pat Webb Linda Lusetti Assistant Managers-Joan Dugan and Sharon Mount Barbara Drumm Susan Coelho Mary Alice Clayton Mary Fleming Carolyn Parker Betty Lou Elk Joanne Kavalyecz Jayne Steiner Judy Humes Barbara Marshall Sandra Ford Delores Wells Sue Brooks Sylvia Shawhan Molly Bryan Susan Toler Mariane Crist Pat Bowers Mitzi Boylan Rita Drumm Sandy Warthen Carol Stedman Charlotte Shaffer Betty Carson Iris Daniel Diane Blakeley Mary Ruth Keller Sherry Lookenott Bobbi Nutter Bobbie Buckey Joan Dugan Tom Lawyer Kay Durant Patricia Zesiger Ann Trexel Shirley Fulton Janet Stauffer Donna Buckey Becky Brodt Gail Boyer Sue Farnham Janet Hill N ancy F arquhar Kay Swart Connie Stricker Gwen Thropp Carol Taylor Lynda Slay Barbara Buchanan Jan Lawrence Judy Groves Gretchen Rader Pat Volz Patronis Staff Marianne Crist Barbara Northrup Sue Hollar Carol Stedman Barbara Miller Nancy Messimer Lynn Watson Johanna Skinner Marla Cline Martha Cline Linda Crowley Diane Cartnal Sophomores- 201 Reece Alban June Beggs 202 Sandra Birkey Joseph Bline 204 Daniel Davis Janet Cline 205 Marguerite Fisher Robert Dragics 206 Jack Fulton Shirley Fulton 207 John Hendricks Catherine Hess 210 Carol Sue Kinney Thomas Leighton Pat Bowers Judy Null Shirley Fulton Nancy Earley Janet Hill Judy Goff Emilie Neff Pat Kunkle Molly Bryan Nancy Dailey Sylvia Shawhan Judy Northrup Margie Thompson Jackie Palmerton Barbara Tucker Sondra Whyde Susan Toler Sandra W oolard Martha Finley Dixie Lee Myers Kay Swart Shirley Bagent Diane Walker 311611611 Sllfphell Nancy Spance Linda Loar Judy Pierson Room Agents 213 Garry McLaughlin Karen Mason 301 104 Susan Null Roger Mitchell 302 105 Arlene Peck Carole Ann Orr 106 Nancy Riffle 303 William Reynolds 107 Judy Senff 304 Harold Snow 110 Suellen Sutphen 306 David Sperry 111 Mary Twinem 309 Bruce Wood Juniors- 311 300 Robert Asbell Rebecca Brodt Roberta Buckey Larry Bryson Barbara Drumm Ed Erick Robert Glennan Betty Goddard Harold Heightshoe Linda Hornung Robert Laird Rebecca Kieber Charlotte Miller Philip Miller Thomas Myers Dixie Myers Tom Lawyer Suellen Sutphen Saundra Strouse Rosetta Williams Esther Foor Vicky Carver Judy Cartnal Joyce Eifinger Maurice West Donna White Sue Hollar Nancy Messimer Suzanne Deming Pat Volz Barbara Northrup Kay Roberts Ida Freeman Gloriann O,Brien Ida Freeman Carole McLaughlin Sherry Lookenott Joan Dugan Bobbie Buckey Betty Lou Elk Carolyn Parker Charlotte Shaffer Paula Maye Roan Kay Roberts Susan Coelho 314 Charles Saum Eleanor Scaffide 315 Delores Wells Maurice fBudJ West Seniors- 400 Virginia Berger David Brooks 402 Claire Grunewald Loyd Davis 403 Richard Henry Mary Ruth Keller 406 Nancy Messimer Walter Miller 313 Judith Whitehead Ralph Utterback .iZ3ec!ica,Ifi0n Paul Bradford Edwards, superintend- ent of the Newark city schools since 1936, will retire from that position on August first, but will continue to serve the schools in a supervisory capacity. Before being elected to the superin- tendency of the Newark public schools, he taught chemistry and biology in the high school from 1919 to 1936. In 1927 he was made vice principal of the high school. During his term as superintendent of schools, many progressive changes have been accomplished to develo a better school system in Newark. There have been many advances and expan- sions in the curriculum in all grades. Many improvements and additions have been made in the special services, such as the classes for crippled children, for those with defective vision and with speech and hearing deficiencies, and for slow learners. Vocational classes have been added in shop, home economics, and co-operative retailing. Many voca- tional classes have been conducted for adults. During World War II Newark schools trained over 10,000 adults for various industrial jobs. Many thousands I of dollars, worth of machinery were ac- quired for the local shop without cost to the taxpayer. The industrial training pro ram in Newark has been rated one of the best in Ohio for a school of its size. Furthermore the physical education, music, and art departments and staffs have been enlarged at all levels, thus broadening and deepening the growth of the pupils in many directions. In Mr. Edwardsis administration there have been many improvements in White Athletic Field by the building of the Stadium, of the erection of new bleachers, and of the construction of lights for night games. In 1939 Central School and a new east wing for the high school were constructed, and Hazel wood School was remodeled and enlarged. In 1951 the citizens voted a S2,650,000.00 bond issue, which made possible the erection of Benjamin Franklin School, a new Maholm building, the purchase and im- provements of the music building, and remodeling and additions to Keller, Woodside, Hazelwood, Conrad, Hartzler, Mound, and Woodrow Wilson Schools. Thesize of Woodrow Wilson was increased by 11.85 acres, Cherry Valley by six acres, and Lincoln by 10 acres. During his term the school district has more than doubled in area. Mr. Edwards, administration has been characterized by increases not only in physical equipment and personnel, but also in broadened curricula and higher standards of efficiency and scholar- ship, as indicated by the reports by the State Examiners of Public Instruction. Mr. Edwards has always been interested in youth and civic organizations and has been a member of many executive boards. Among them are the Boy Scouts, YMCA. Red Cross, Licking County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Newark Public Library, Salvation Army, United Appeals, Licking County Tuberculosis and Health Association, Rehabilitation for the Physically Handicapped, First M ethodist Church, American Legion, Kiwanis Club, and many others. He is a thirty-second degree Mason and a member of Aladdin Shrine. Mr. Edwards was graduated from Newark High School in 1913 and was treasurer of his class. He re- ceived his BS degree in 1917 from The Ohio State University, where he was president of his class during his sophomore year and on the student council during his senior year. He earned his MA in 1935 from the same university. He was overseas in World War I with the 151st Field Artillery, Rainbow Division, and was decorated with the Purple Heart for wounds received in combat. From 1927 to 1936 Mr. Edwards was business administrator for the Reoeille Annual. The Reveille staff wishes him success in his future work and is roud to dedicate this graduation-centennial volume to him for the many meritorious things he has done fjor the Newark schools and for the City of Newark. 8 glfired "Teaching has been loads of funf' This statement by Mrs. Harry Rexroth at the close of her regular teaching career was the theme of her whole teach- ing philosophy. Mrs. Rexroth loved her classes and her students loved her. Peo- ple looked forward to her instruction be- cause it was a pleasant experience. Laughter with her students was one of her most successful techniques. And her MARY lX'1ILDRED CHAYMONDJ REXROTH students learned through this tech- nique. But Mrs. Rexroth had a very personal side to her teaching interest also. Many were the girls who came to her for personal counseling, many were the times that Mrs. Rexroth loaned from her own purse to help a needy student. She was truly a dedicated teacher, but she was a realistic one. And her students and associates loved her for it. Mary Haymond graduated in the Class of 1912 at Newark High School. With great pride she re- calls that she wrote for the infant Heueille of those days. She took normal work under Superintendent Wilson Hawkins after her graduation. In 1913 she started her teaching career at Maholm School in the fifth grade. Thereafter she taught at Hudson, Fourth Street, and Roosevelt Schools where she taught Latin in the junior high school. She came to the high school in the fall of 1932 to teach Latin and French. ln February of 1938 she resigned her position to become Mrs. Hairy Rexroth. At the death of Miss Helen Lavin in October of 1949, Mrs. Rexroth returned to full-time duties where she remained as the successful teacher of business English and the adviser of Y-Teens in 1955 and 1956. In her retirement, however, Mrs. Rexroth will not "rust out." In her own thinking she will start a new chapter in her life and experience it to the fullest of her abilities. And her friends and associates wish her many joyous years of a rich life. 9 Qfired l l .mm L THOBA P. MACDONAGH During the summer of 1956 Miss Thora P. MacDonagh annouced her retirement from a long and suc- cessful teaching career. Miss MacDonagh attended Oxford College for Women and received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Denison University. Before she Went to Lincoln junior High School she taught elementary school. Miss MacDonagh was assistant principal to Miss Mary Kilpatrick at the East Main Street School and also assistant principal to Miss Gertrude Avey at the old Fourth Street School. Then she became principal at Hazelwood School until she Went to Lincoln in 1929. She was assistant principal at Lincoln to Miss Mary Kilpatrick until Miss Kilpatrick retired in 1932. Miss MacDonagh served as principal at Lincoln from 1932 until 1956. In 1945 she received her Master of Arts Degree from The Ohio State University. Miss MacDonagh is still a very active person. She has been a lifelong member of the Trinity Epis- copal Church. She is a member of Pi Lambda Theta fNational Honorary Education Sororityj, Delta Kappa Gamma CNational Teacher's Honorary Associationj, Business and Professional Women's Club, and Research Club. She is on the board of the YWCA, and a member and on the board of the American As- sociation of University Women. The work that Miss MacDonagh has performed will long be remembered and appreciated by the people of East Newark, for a 'person of such a strong character as she implants her mark upon any com- munity at any time. 10 In gmiemnriam Preparing the evening meal on May 17, Mrs. Paul Ben- nington, home economics i teacher at Newark High School, became quite ill suddenly. A Granville physician who happened to be passing the Bennington home administered first aid, however, by the time the regular attending phy- sician had arrived, Mrs, Bennington had passed away. Mrs. Bennington had taught school all day, Thursday, Around 12:30 in the morn- the seventeenth, but had planned to be absent the following day to attend the funeral of a friend of the family. Mrs. Bennington came to Newark High School in the fall of 1953. Here she was loved and respected by her many friends and students because of her pleasant disposition and coopera- tive attitude. She truly has left a place in the hearts of all who knew her. , P I. V A ' 1, -wi '-352 , 99 ' ..I'. . 1. 1, ft "-" sas.. ,- 22225 'E ' ff I 4 3' 1 3" 5 :QI . ' I , 1 ' ::zg:.:...,.:':' 1 ij ' is ing of March 31, Lindel Lee " York, sophomore, lost his life in a serious automobile accident in front of the Dairy Queen store on West Church street. At Newark Hospital doctors tried valiantly to save the life of Lindel, but at two o'clock X he passed away. Lindel was the life of his home room. He was always laughing and seemed to get a big kick out of life. Greatly admired by his friends, he will be sorely missed by his school companions. C' 4 ,Jin emurram RONALD LEE CUNNINGHAM 1' " . ":'."' 1 q,'Q' q' ,.i' 5 At seven o,clock in the morning of May 25, 1956, Ronald Lee Cunningham, I 'QHA if ',,.'i '31ff13f member of the junior class of Newark High School, passed away as a result of A , V Q 11,., 3 if complications brought on by a severe case of mastoiditis. On May 8 he had , VEEI ' nui .1 .bni complained to Mr. Bernard Nye, his home room teacher, about discomfort ,,b.: if ,,. V. ,, 1 around the area of one of his ears. The following day, when he still complained Q p,r.lfQ, of the discomfort and asserted that the pain was spreading, Mr. Nye prevailed iff?" g' ,V Q:'j1'53 upon him to report his illness to the office. The office sent him home. Surgery ' 'll"'. a day or so later cared for the mastoid condition but also revealed an infection ff': that had settled on the brain. Emergency surgery at University Hospital in Co- , W lumbus was unable to save his life. He lay in a critical state until his passing on .- , , : ,sg ' " A May twenty-fifth. Ron was an active member of the band in which he played trumpet. In addition he was active in dramatics work. On May 4 and 5 he acted a part in the Senior Class-Thespian play Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners. What he did he did well and with sincerity. A student who knew him only casually but had been around him in dramatics activities said, "Ronald was always a gentleman. He was always considerate of othersf' And so passed a youth into eternity. Tears came into the eyes of one of his band friends when he spoke of Ronis dying. Thus Ron had not lived in vain. He passed away leaving a feeling of warmth and 1'espect in the hearts of all he knew. He filled his niche in life to the fullest of his ability, and as thus he will be remembered long by all who knew and loved him. FRANCIS ANTHONY Mooma: Another underclassman member of the cast of the Senior Class-Thespian Troupe play to lose his life within a comparatively short time after the produc- tion was Francis Anthony Moore, a junior. Seriously injured on the evening of November 18, 1956, while riding with a man to help to fight a brush fire near the Kilgore munitions plant, Francis passed away in Newark City Hospital dur- ing the afternoon of November 15. He was active in dramatics while attending NHS. As a sophomore he was a member of the debate team. In addition he was an active Explorer Scout and was a member of the Ground Observer Corps. Francis was also affiliated with the Neal Avenue Methodist Church. Francisis contagious smile, his sense of humor, his zest for life have been noticeably missed by his many friends. He filled his place in life well and made his mark on earth as he will in heaven. 12 BOARD OF EDUCATION STACY CONRAD RODERIC JONES President Vice President DR. JOHN L. CHYNOWETH CLAYTON A. SMUCKER ROBERT W. WORTMAN THELMA HOLCOMBE Clerk FREW C. BOYD Principal A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., The Ohio Siate University GEORGE STOECKMANN Vince-principal A.B., Denison University Th.B., Northern Baptist Theoiogical Seminary M.A., The Ohio State University Biology THOMAS SOUTHARD FORREST MORAN Administrative Assistant to Board of Director of Elementary Edu-cation, Educationp A.B. Capital Universityp B.S., in Ed., Muskingum College: B.S., Capital Universityg M.A., The M. Ed., The Ohio State University Ohio State University WALTER DEWEESE MARTIN DEAN NANCY BARRICK 5UPeflnlendem Of BUlldln95 Speech and Hearing Therapist Speech and Hearing Therapist B.A., Michigan State College: M.A., B.F.A., Ohio University Michigan State College MARY GRUBAUGH RUTH GARDNER Visiting Teaching-Attendance Officer School Nurse Ph.B., Denison University R.N., Newark City Hospital THELMA HANES Secretary to Superintendent MARILYN BODOH Secretary to Director of Elementary Education LOIS HOLCOMBE Assistant Clerk-Treasurer to Board of Education PHYLLIS STEINBERG Secretary to Administrative Assistant to Board of Education HARRY MCGAUGHY Custodian DAN LANDRUM Custodian of Gymnasium lndustrial Arts Department Robert Deafenbaugh, Charles Eckert ihead of departmentl, Harold Oat- man, Robert Rose, Robert Cash ldriver's educationl Mathematics Department Donald Budd, Nina Keckley, Edward Stfadley Keconomic geographyl' Physical Education Department Florence Myer and James Allen Cbaseball coachj 'lSubiects appearing within paren- thesis after a name indicates addition- al teaching loads not in the depart- ment listing. Art Department William H. Martin Music Department Wayne Thomas, Myron Pearce ihead of music departmentl Norbert Kraemer, Thomas Bynum English Department Robert Hughes Cspeech and dramaficsj, Grace Ryder, Amy Edwards, Helen Wil- Iiams, Paul Harlow Ctrack coach and athletic directorl, Mildred Kauber, Mildred Heinrichs, Gordon R. Kingery, fReveiIle and ancient historyl Librarian Helen Dorn Home Economics Deparirnent Maaiiyn Morris, Jeannette Henderson Language Deparfmenf Pauline McCreary, Anne Rodgers, ingebord Rodeman lworld hisforyl Social Science Deparlmeni Ralph Rice, Fleeta Dickerson, John Dettre, Walter Davidson, Jack Hale, T. Edwin Dickerson CEnglish and de- bafel, Joseph Carlo Cfootball coachj, Florence Boyd Science Deparrment P. G. Steinberger, Virgil Ashcraft, George Stoeckmann, F. W. Smith, Maxwell Douglas Cbaskefball coachl Commercial Deparlrnenf Seated-Edith Parsons, Louade Mor- gan. Sranding-J. S. McCleary, Bernard Nye, H. C. St. Clair fschool treasurerj, Letha Headlee, Doris Olpp Psychologist Duane Dawley Secreta ries Delores Geniry Csecretary to princi- palh, Mary E. Barnes fadministrative assistantl w 1956 1401640- At White Field on June 7, 1956, Superintendent Paul B. Edwards made the annual awards to outstandig students in the graduating class. They were as follows : To Marilyn Kay Myers the William E.Miller and Annie S. Miller English Prize To Terry Tim Morehouse the Newark High School French Prize. To Edward Alvin McCament the Le- land Baxter, Jr., Award in Journalism To William Bruce Offenbaker the Florence M. King Trophy in Dra- matics To Betty Joan Oliver and Mary Ann N ethers the Award in Commerce To John Mackenzie Anderson the Reese Debate Award To Donald Eugene Smailes the Har- vard Cup To Carolyn Joyce Donaghue the Theodore Roosevelt History Prize To John Mackenzie Anderson the Harvard History Prize To Marilyn Kay Meyers the Soroptim- ist Club Award To John Mackenzie Anderson, Gary King Brookhart, Charles Herbert Koehler, and Gary Paul Kreider the National Forensic League Award To Richard Leu Cash the Loyd G. Millisor Memorial Trophy To Richard Leu Cash the Roger Sedg- wick Award in Basketball To David Edward Boyce the Newark Binai B,rith Good Citizenship Award Scholarship awards were announce as follows: The Newark and Licking County Par- ent-Teacher Council Scholarship to Claudia Ann Holeton, the Charles H. Spencer Scholar- ship to Richard Leu Cash, Beta Delta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Future Teachers award to Mary Catherine Carter, Licking County Medical Society Nursing Scholarship to Carol Louise Stauffer, Women,s Auxiliary of the Medical Society Award to Roberta Lee Danford, Bowling Green Honor Scholarship to Nancy Lee Shannon, Bowling Green Honor Scholarship to Mary Catherine Carter, Scholarship from Kenyon College Crenewable each yearJ to John Mackenzie Anderson, Scholarship to Wabash College Crenewable each yearJ to Herschel Darrell Dick, Scholarship to Northwestern University Qfull tuitionJ David Ed- ward Boyce, Scholarship to Northwestern University Cfull tuition? Charles Herbert Koehler, Scholarship to Northwestern University Qfull tuitionj to John Hayes Sutphen, Scholarship to Western Reserve to Stanley Michael Drozdowski, Scholarship to University of Cincinnati Qfull tuitionj to Gary Paul Kreider, Scholarship to the University of Cincinnati Cfull tuition? to Donald Eugene Smailes, and Spotts Emrick Scholarship Fund to Purdue University Ctuition and all feesj to David Edwin Patterson. 23 anim' M99 llfiaemb JAMES TYRER RONALD SWART Presidenf Vice-president SHARON MOUNT JERRY WEAVER Secretary Treasurer Abbott, James Henry Son ot the late R. C. Abbott and Mrs. Inez Abbott: "This learning, what a bore it is." Twirp Twiddle: Shake- speare "UGHl!" "Budd" was in College Club '56, '57, Contemporary History Club '56, German Club '56, '57, Key Club '56, '57, Room Agent '56, Science Club '56, '57. Acklin, William Cornell Son of the late Mr. L. C. Acklin and Mrs. L. C. Ack- lin: "Youth comes but once in a life time." Twirp Twiddle: Warped pool cues. "Willy" was in Chorus '55, College Club '57, Key Club '56, '57, Room Agent '55, Science Club '57. Agin, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mrs. Evelyn L. Agin: "Modesty seldom fails to win good will." Twirp Twiddle: Those late hours on week night lYou said it, Marthal. Shirley was in Chorus '55, Girls' Basket- ball '55, Home Economics Club '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, Y-Teens '55. Anderson, .ludy Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anderson: "She is good as she is fair." Twirp Twiddle: People who de- vour candy, make speeches, and won't let me wear tennis shoes to school. lHi Mick, Ginny and John.l Andy was in College Club '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball '56, La- Club '55, Y-Teens '55, Ankru m, Gloria Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ankrum: "Seen, but not heard." Twirp Twid- dle: Those late evening hours during the week. "Vicks" was in Y-Teens '55. Antritt, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Antritt: "A quiet maid is better than 'a c r o w n." Twirp Twidclle: Reading w o r m and men. "Shirl" came to NHS in l956. Bagent, Shirley Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bagent: "l tackle things as they come." Twirp Twiddle: Little sis- ters who see all, hear all, and tell all. lHi, Terryl. "Bagnut" was in Chorus '55, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Honor Society '57. Baker, Joseph Brooke Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Baker: "Nature and books belong to the eyes that see them." Twirp Twid- dle: PEOPLE! Brooke was in College Club '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, President '57, Honor Soci- ety '57. Barber, Don David Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barber: "The deed I intend is great, but what, as yet, l know not." Twirp Twid- dle: Tardy Bell. "Barber" was in Los Compadres '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Barker, John Gerald Son of the late Ralph Bar- ker and Mrs. Esther Barker: "Sober and solemn is he." Twirp Twiddle: Potato-bag- ging machines. "Johnny" 325 in Visual Service Club Barrick, James Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Barrick: "A man of silence is a man of sense." Twirp Twiddle: Fords, Fords and Fords. "Smokey" was in Visual Service Club '55. Barton, Evelyn Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Barton: "She'lI get by with a twinkle in her eye." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who know everything, but never understand any- thing. "Lynn" was in Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basket- bill '55, Girls' Volleyball Bates, William Francis Blackburn, Wilma Marie Son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Legg: "A quiet man has hidden knowledge." Twirp Twiddle: Homerooms not assigned lockers. "Bill-Will" was in College Club '57p Sciene Club '57. Bennett, Carol Malvina Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett: "Great in all things but stature." Twirp Twiddle: Too mary' stairs. "Che Che" atten - eici Hebron High School in Benson, Theodore Ivan Son of Mr. and Mrs. T. l. Benson: "Great men are they who see that spiritual is stronger than any ma- terial torce, that thoughts rule the world." Twirp Twiddle: I was named after George Washington. "Ted" was in College Club '56, '57, President '57: Con- temporary History Club '56: Cross Country 56, Honor Society '57: Reserve Basket- ball Manager '56, Science Club '57 Speedball '56. Berger, Virginia Florence Daughter of Mrs. Charles Berger and the late Charles Berger: "Her qualities ere such that we can speak only good of her." Twirp Twi - dle: People that just don't appreciate lcebergs. "Ginny" was in College Club '56, '57: German Club '56, '57: Girls' Baseball '56y Girls' Basketball '56: Girls' Vol- leyball '56y Library Assist- ants '55: Room Agent '575 Y-Teen '55, '56, '57p Latin Club '55: Honor Society '57. Billman, Barbara Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Chester: "A maid of quiet ways is she." Twirp Twiddle: Girls who flirt with certain fellas. "Barb" was in Chorus '55. Black, Robert Kolp Son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Black: "Better to be happy than wise." Twirn Twiddle: College Englis Xll. "Bleek" was in Col- lgge Club '57: Science Club Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Blackburn: "A girl with a shiny personality." Twirp Twiddle: Girls who yell at a certain fella. Wil- ma was in Chorus '55, '56. Blackwell, Kathleen lou Daughter of Mrs. H e I e n Blackwell: "A regular girl and a wonderful paI." Twirp Twiddle: People who thin l'm quiet. "Kay," Bondy, Cecil Harold Son of Mrs. C. H. Bondy: "l abhor brains." Twirp Twiddle: Teachers on hall duty. "Fuzz" was in Ger- man Club '57. Bople, David Allan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bope: "A gentleman makes no noise." Twirp Twiddle: "Old and slow skaters and very young and clumsy ones who are always falling down at the Roll-Away Club." "Dave" was in Sphinx '57. Bostic, Vergie La Fern Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Bostic: "She skates her way through life." Twirp Twiddle: Wrecked Fords lHi, Toml. "Flip" was in Band '55, '56, '57: Bus- iness Staff '57: Patrons Staff '57, Secretary of Band '57: Secretary of Chorus '57. Bowers, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bowers, Sr.: "Life can be beautiful?" Twirp Twiddle: As long as there's "TOM"orrow, l'll never worry about today. lHi Tom, Fuzz, Rita, and Mitzi.l "Pug" was in Business Staff '57, Girls' Basketball '55: Radio Club '57: Y-Teens '55. Boylan, Marilyn Elaine Bush, Kathleen Beulah Daughter of the late Harry M. Boylan and Mrs. Mary Boylan: "Why be seirous, it isn't any fun." Twirp T w i d d I e: Twenty- seven months of anxious waiting, Blurb, Blurb, Blurb-Huh, Pat, lHi Pug, Fuzz, and Tinyj. "Mitzi" was in Choir '23, '56, '57, Radio Club Bradley, Ruth Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Bradley: "Silence more musical than any song." Twirp Twiddle: Col- lege boys who like to "Skip" high school activ- ities. iHi, Skip.j "Pudge" was in Chorus '55, '56, Distributive Education '57, Vice President '57, Y-Teens '55, Hi-C Club '57, Honor Society '57. Brearley, Shirley Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaMar Brearley: "Always good natured." Twirp Twid- dle: Oh those late Friday night games and get up at 6:00 a.m. Saturday morning. Shirley was in Band '55, '56, '57, Les Copains Fran- eggs '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, Brooks, David Alan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Brooks: "Better to be small and shine than large and cast a shadow." Twirp Twiddle: People who are afraid of German Shep- ards. "Stretch" was in Col- lege Club '55, '56, '57, Contemporary History Club '56, Cross Country '55, '56, German Club '56, '57, Treasurer '56, Golf '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Vice President '57, Latin Club '55, Radio Club '57, Room Agent '55, '57, Student Council '57. Brooks, Norma Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brooks: "Right brisk was she and full of spirit." Twirp Twiddle: All boys named ROGER. iHi, Paula.l "Suzie" was in Chorus '55, Patron Staff '55, '56, Room A-agent '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, Burden, Joyce Sue Daughter of Mr. James Bur- den and Mrs. Glen Spiey: "A friend, modest and quiet too." Twirp Twiddle: Hay rides in the rain and parties in basements be- tween band rehearsals. iHi Shelah, Pat, and Carol.l "Jaye" was in Band '55, '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Pep Band '57, Le Copains Fran- cie? '56, '57, Honor Society Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Therl Willis: "For there is no friend like a sister in cloudy or stormy weather." Twirp Twiddle: People who keep me waiting for an- swers fHi, Davidj. "Kathy" was in Chorus '55, '56. Bush, Kathryn Eula Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Therl Willis: "A sister to cheer one on a tedious way." Twirp Twiddle: Lit- tle things mean a lot when you can't have them. Chorus '55, '56. Carson, Betty Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carson: "A brunette among brunettes." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me "Kit." Betty was in Business Staff '57, Y-Teens '22, '56, '57, Vice President Cartnal, Diana Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cartnal: "O, the gold of her hair, and the blue of her eyes." Twirp Twid- dle: I always have a Guard at my side. iHi, Leej Diane was in College Club '55, '57 ..,. Future Teachers , '57, Girls' Baseball '55, , Girls' Basketball '55, 5 Girls' Volleyball '55, , Les Copains Francais , '57, Patron Staff '57, Latin Club '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Cashdollar, Charles William Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cashdollar: "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you." Twirp Twiddle: Oh how I hate to get up in the morning. "Buck." Chapman, Elizabeth Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chapman: "lt's the little things that count." Twirp Twiddle: Oh, those convertibles, huh, Charlotte. "Libby" was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Hi-C '56, '57, Sales Organization '57, Y- Teens '55, '56, '57. Church, Barbara .lo Coelho, Susan Haas Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Church: "Cares may be many, but I have none." Twirp Twiddle: A certain B 81 L mechanic with changeable eyes. iHi, Dickl "Barb" was Cheerleader '55, '56, '57, Varsity '56, '57y Class Treasurer '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Student Council '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, President '57, Homecoming Queen '57. Claggett, Michael Bruce Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne S. Claggett: "Our leader." Twirp Twiddle: People who are so slow and never on time. lHi, Sylviaj "Mickey" was in Annual Staff '56, '57: Assistant Editor '57, Class President '56, College Club '56, '57y Journalism Staff '56, '57, Co-Editor of Reveille Review '57: Key Club '55, '56, '57, Secretary '57, Radio Club '56, '57: Room Agent '56, Science Club '57f Speedball '55, Student Council '55, '56, '57, President '57, Honor Society '57. Clark, Jo Anne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Clark: "Sugar and spice and everything nice." Twirp Twiddle: People who don't trust women drivers. ".lo" was in Chorus '55, Y- Teens '56, '57. Clawson, Arthur Franklin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin S. Clawson: "The world is as you take it." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Frank. "Bud" was in College '55, '56: Reserve Football '55. Clemings, Hilda Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clemings: "With laughing eyes and a happy disposition." Twirp Twid- dle: People who think l'm quiet. Hilda was in Chor- us '55, Y-Teens '56, '57: Hi-C '56, '57, Dramatics Club '56, Cochenour, Garry Forest Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Cochenour: "Men of deeds are men of silence." Twirp Twiddle: Girls that have mothers that are school teachers and that are in Nlyron's Pavement Pound- ing Band. "Angel" was in Contest Speaking '55, '56, '57, Radio Club '55, '56, '57: Sphinx '57, Thespians '55, '56, '57, Secretary '56, President '57, Dramatics Club President '57, Varsity Debate '55, '56, '57. Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Coelho: "l'm little, but I guess l know." Twirp Twiddle: Those lvy League Collegians. "Suzi" was in Annual Staff '56, '57, As- sistant Editor '57, Business Staff '55, '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, Contest Speak- ing '55, '56, '57: Girls Vol- leyball '55, '56: Journalism Staff '56, '57, Co-Editor of Reveille Review '57: Les Copains Francais '56, '57: Patron Staff '56, '57, Chair- man '56: Radio Club '55, '56, '57, Room Agent '56: Sphinx '57g Student Council '56, '57, Thespians '55, '56, '57, Vice President '57, Var- sity Debate '55, '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cab- inet '55, '56, '57, Orchestra '55, Latin Club '55, Na- tional Forensic League '55, '56, '57, President '57: Hon- or Society '57. Conner, Richard Lee Son of the late Mr. C. H. Conner and Mrs. Margaret Conner: "Be silent and pass for a philosopher." Twirp Twiddle: Babbling Brookes. "Moby" was in College Club '56, '57, Golf '56, '57, Reserve Football Manager '55, Science Club '55, '56, President '57, Varsity Foot- ball Manager '55, '56, '57. Cooperider, Phyllis Eileen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooperider: "l am nothing if not sincere." Twirp Twiddle: That 12:00 p.m. curfew! lRight, Bob?J "Phyl" was in Student Council '55g Y-Teens '55, '56, '57: Class Secretary '55, Honor Society '57. Cowles, Tom Manford Son of Mrs. Dorothy Cowles: "lnvest his time in seeking knowledge." Twirp Twiddle: "Women, sunny school days followed by a cold, sloppy week end." "Tom" was in Honor Society '57. Coyle, Sylvia Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Coyle: "She is a quiet girleat all times." Twirp Twiddle: Physics class. Sylvia was in Chorus '55, College Club '55, '56p Student Council '55, '56, '57, Secretary '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Treasurer '57: Class Secretary '56, Honor Society '57. Crothers, Robert Earl Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- lace J. Crothers: "My how time flies." Twirp Twiddle: Football coaches. "Bo" was a Reserve Football Manager '55, Varsity Football Man- ager '56, '57. Danford, Alice Estelle Dawson. Emma Mililne Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Danford: "Seldom heard but always doing." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Nancy. Alice was in College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '57: Latin Club '55, Student Council '56, '57: Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Y-Teen Cabinet '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Daniel, Iris Faye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pitzer: "We haven't known her long, but we like her." Twirp Twiddle: Teachers. ln Berkly, West Virginia, where Iris attend- ed Woodrow Wilson High School, she was on Journal- ism Staff '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, Dramatics Club '55, '56, Thespians '55, '56, Class Secretary '55, '56. Darnes, Mona Frances Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dames: "Be good, be good, and you'll be happy. Twirp Twiddle: Try- ing to do homework over the telephone. Mona was in Y-Teens '56, '57. Daugherty, George Dewey Son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Daugherty: "My Ford is my chariot: I shall not walk" Twirp Twiddle: Women drivers. "Doc" was in College Club '57: Treas- urer D. E. Class '57. Davis, Loyd Evan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Davis: "This is the small- est school I've ever run." Twirp Twiddle: People that call me Floyd. "Floyd" was on Annual Staff '57, College Club '56, '57, Cross Coun- try '56, Journalism Staff '57, Business Manager, Key Club '56, '57, Radio Club '57, Latin Club '55, Room Agent '57, Speedball '55, Track '55, '56, '57, AVSC '57, Honor Society '57. Davis, Richard Beggs Son of Mrs. Helen B. Davis: "Work, work, work, all the time." Twirp Twiddle: Those hot Chevies. "Willie" was in Contemporary His- tory Club '56, Cross Country '55, '56, Distributive Educa- tion '57, Track '55. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Eugene D a w s o n: "Watching the world go round." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Emma. "Max" was in Distributive Education '57, Hi-C '56, '57. Deck, James Emerson Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Deck: "Not serious, not too gay, but a rare good fellow." Twirp Twiddle: The period of September to June. "Jim" was in Sphinx '57, Honor Society '57. Denney, Patricia Arlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Denney: "Everyone should learn to drive a car." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me a rod. "Pat" was in College Club '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Sec- retary '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Latin Club '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Dickerson, Donald Ray Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ford: "l find enioyment in the library." Twirp Twiddle: These people who don't like music. "Don" was in Chor- us '56, '57, Radio '57. Dispennette, Larry Earl Son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dispennette: "Slow and easy but he gets there iust the same." Twirp Twiddle: Living in a dull world of girls, cars and girlsl "Diz" was in Band '55, '56, '57: College Club '56 Key Club '56, '57, Sphinx '57, Var- sity Baseball '56, Donley, James Richard, Jr. Son of Mrs. T. A. Clifford: "Some think the world is made for fun and frolic, and so do l." Twirp Twiddle: Willie's hot Mercury. "Jim" was in Chorus '55, '56, Dis- tributive Education '56. Dozer, Mary Katheryn Dunlap, Cynthia Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Dozer: "He prof- its most who serves best." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Mary Katheryn. "Mary Kay" was in College Club '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Sphinx '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Dragics, Nicholas George Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nich- olas Dragics: "Women, the spice of life." Twirp Twid- dle: Girls who wear too much lipstick. "Nick" was in College Club '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Reserve Basketball Manager '55, Honor Society '57. Drumm, Rita Darlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Drumm: "Her in- tellect is the delight of her teachers." Twirp Twiddle: Boy, what a PreDlCKer- ment .lHuh, Pat and Mutziel Rita was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Drumm, Roberta Darlene Daughter of Mrs. Alma M. Drumm: "She's lovely, she's engaged, she's married." Twirp Twiddle: Waiting up until ll:30 p.m. and getting up at 6:30 a.m. "Dar" was in Chorus '55, '56, Hi-C Club '56, '57, Home Eco- nomics Club '55, Room Agent '55. Dudgeon, Gary Allan Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Dudgeon: "Many can argue, not many con- verse." Twirp Twiddle: Teachers who give home work. "Dudge" was in Col- lege Club '57, Contemporary History Club '56, Les Co- pains Francais '57, Science Club '56, '57, Student Coun- cil '55, Varsity Debate '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Dugan, Joan Grace Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Dugan: "This is a GOOD lite, isn't it?" Twiri Twiddle: People who thin they are such good drivers. "Jo" was on Patrons Staff '55, '56, '57, Y-Teens '56, '57, Hi-C Club '55, '56, '57. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Dunlap: "Her looks of tire." Twirp Twid- dle: Those long walks to school three times a day for three years. "Sis" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Girls Basketball '56, Hi-C Club '57 Dunlap, Terry Martin Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Dunlap: "Why aren't they all contented like me." Twirp Twiddle: We ought to have more classes like Mr. Stradley's first period. Terry was in Speedball '57. Durdon, Joanna Eura Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Durdonz "Rather an ex- traordinary girl." Twirp Twiddle: Oh those morning walks to DE with Ron and Max. ".lo" was in DE '57, Pggeens '55, Hi-C Club '56, Earley, Nancy Sue Daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Earley: Gentle in manner and sweet in her way. Twirp Twiddle: A certain black and white Chevy is my weakness. lHi, Bud, "Nanc" was in Girls' Base- ball '55, Girls' Basketball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, Patron Staff '57, Room ggent '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, Elk, Thomas Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Elk: "Don't worry, it m a k e s deep wrinkles." Twirp Twiddle: Let's go squirrel hunting? "Moose" attended Georgia Military Academy, Atlanta, Georgia, in his sophomore year where he was in track, Room Agent, Literary So- ciety. He attendecl New- ark '56, '57, where he was in Cross Country '56, Track '56. Farrow, Donald Maurice Son of Mrs. Edna Farrow: "Live, love and laug1h." Twirp Twiddle: All t em smart teachers. Hal hal uDo!n.u Finley, Martha Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Finley: "Dreamy eyes and lustrous brown hair." Twirp Twiddle: Getting up at 7:00 a.m. five days a week and 6:00 a.m. on week ends. "Martie" was in Annual Staff '57, Busi- ness Staff '56, Chorus '55, Journalism Staff '57, Pa- tron Staff '57, Sphinx '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Foit, Ronald Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Foit: "Willing cooperation is his specialty." Twirp Twiddle: Walking with Jo and Max to DE. "Ron" was in Distributive Education '57. Franklin, Robert Baall, .lr. Son of Col. and Mrs. R. B. Franklin: "l like football, cars, and things, a nd things." Twirp Twiddle: English teachers that don't like hot rods. "Tip" was in Annual Staff '57, Hi- Y '57, Intramural Baseball '57, Track '57, Journalism Staff '57, Key Club '56, '57, Lt. Governor '57, Los Com- padres '56, '57. At Hamp- ton "Tip" was in Reserve Football '55, Room Agent '55. Freeman, Ida Maria Daughter of Mr. William H. Freeman and Mrs. Hugh Friel: "Rushing from one thing to another." Twirp Twiddle: Sweet innocent guys with magic slates in Trig class. "Pasquale" was in Business Staff '57, Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57, Girls' Bas etball '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Y- Teens '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Garey, Ronald Lewis Son of Mr. Floyd L. Garey and Mrs. Virginia Atkinson: "You'll like him just as he is." Twirp Twid le: Porch steps at the end of the gym. "Ron" was in VIC Club '56, George, Jo-Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. George: "How to win friends and influence peo- ple." Twirp Twiddle: Ger- many had a KAISER, but I prefer mine. lHi, Genelj "Jo" was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Gilharn, Mildred Louisa Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gilham: "Just a thoughtful girl with a hap- py disposition." Twirp Twiddle: People who try to tempt me into changing my mind. fHi, Gangll "Midge" was in Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Bas- ketball '55, '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56, Les Copains Fggncais '56, '57, Y-Teens Goff, Judith Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goff: "Speech is great, but silence is great- er." Twirp Twiddle: People who double park. lHi, Georgell "Judy" was in Y- Teens '57, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56. Green, Mariorie Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Green: "Success is formed in the soul of you." Twirp Twiddle: Ohl That blue convertible. "Marge" was in Hi-C Club '56, '57. Greer, Nancy Margaret Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Greer: "Hurry Mailmanl" Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Nan- nie. tHi, Mary, "Nance' was in College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Y-Teens '57, Sphinx '57, Girls Basketball '55. Grove, Nancy Mae Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Grove: "Common sense is not a common thing." Twirp Twiddle: Friends who go b in their new cars, honk tlteir loud horns, and do not stop to give me a ride when l am walking down a cold windy street. "Nanc" was in An- nual Staff '57, Business Staff '57, College Club '56, '57 Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Journalism Staff '57, Library Assistants '55, '57, Patron Staff '57, Radio '57, Library Club '56, '57, Dramatics '56, '57, Secretary '57, Room Agent '55, '56 Thespians '57, Latin Club '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '55, '56, Honor Society '57. Grunewald, Claire Loretta Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Grunewald: "l'm not lazy, but I iust don't feel like working." Twirp Twid- dle: Why O why was Col- lege Literature ever invent- ed? "Clarabell" was in An- nual Staff '56, '57, Journal- ism Staff '56, '57, Les Co- pains Francais '56, '57, Room Agent '57, Thespians '55, '56, '57, Secretary-Treas- urer '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '56, '57. Gutridge, Charlotte Gladys Harris, Ellis Edwin, .lr. Daughter of M-r. and Mrs. C. R. Gutridge: "The only way to have a friend is to be one." Twirp Twiddle: Oh, those convertibles, huh, Libby. Charlotte was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Y- Teens '57. Hahn, Janet Rosalie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn: "Youth comes but once in a lifetime." Twirp Twiddle: Beauty is a blessed thing, 'workmen of the woods'. lHi, Tom.l "Jan" was in Business Staff '55, '56, '57, Chorus '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Junior Red Cross '55, Radio Club '57, Home Eco- nomics '55, Choir '57, Ath- letic Council '55, '56, Stu- dent Council '55. Hamilton, Rosalie Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton: "As prop- er a lady as one shall see." Twirp Twiddle: Those twice- a-week dates a 'Detroit.' ll-li, Rogll Rosalie was in Girls' Volleyball '55, Sales Organization '56, Hi-C '55. Hamm, Larry Gene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hamm: "We know we're full of ham, so if we lay an egg, it will be a natur- al!AJokester." Twirp Twid- dle: Was zum teufel? "Egg" was in Band '57, College Club '57, German Club '56, 57, Sphinx '57, Sales Or- ganization '56, At Port Clin- ton High he was in Band '55, Track '55 Industrial Arts Club '55. Hanes, .lames Howard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanes: "A stimulant to the hearts of the fairer sex." Twirp Twiddle: 9O'Xg of the women drivers are safe - the other IOM, live in Newark. "Craze" was in College Club '56, '57, Key Club '56, '57, Speedball '55. Harper, Cora Joanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Harper: "My hap- piness is not complete un- less it's shared with some- one." Twirp Twiddle: Those short but wonderful week ends. lHi, Kennyll "Jo" was in Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Vice President '57, German Club '56, '57, Y- Teens '55, '56, '57. Son of Mrs. Leola Laws: "Gabriel, blow that horn." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me Oliver. "Bobby" was in Band '55, '56, '57. Harter, Wilbur Vernon Son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Harter: "What we know of him is good." Twirp Twid- dle: Those Monday morn- ing tests. "Wilbur" was in College Club '56, '57, Sphinx '57. Hayden, Charles Richard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayden: "You may have heard that l'm no wordy man." Twirp Twiddle: School until 4 o'clock. "Dick" was in College Club '56, '57. Heid, Frieda Irene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heid: "She is a quiet girl-at times." Twirp Twiddle: People who don't trust women drivers. lHi, Daddy and Deweyl Freida was in College Club '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Vice President '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Henry, Audrey lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Henry: "Just a little girl with lots of personal- ity." Twirp Twiddle: Little brothers who see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil!!! "Butch" was in Chor- us '55, '56, '57, Girls' Vol- leyball '55, Room Agent '55, Y-Teens '55, Honor So- ciety '57. Henry, Richard Kenneth Son of Mr. an Mrs. John H. Henry: "Worry and l have never met." Twirp Twiddle: Broken street lights at dawn -Hi, Cammachel "Tink" was in Key Club '55, '56, '57, "N" Club '55, '56, Re- serve Basketball '55, Var- sity Football '55, '56, Room Agent '57. Hill, Homer George Son of Mrs. Gladys Hill: "There are small things which yield a mighty in- fluence. Twirp Twiddle: Bombs without lightsl "Jeth- ro" was in Band '55, '56, '57, College Club '56, '57. Hoffer, Terry lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Hoffer: "Seldom speak- ing, but thinking more." Twirp Twiddle: All the women on Kreig Streetl Terry was in DE '56, '57. Hogue, Duane Keith Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lea- land R. Hogue: "Every young man has his frivol- ous moments." Twirp Twid- dle: Strolling in Loughman's Chevie! Muscles" was in Varsity Football '55. Hollar, Emily Sue Daughter of Mrs. Helen Hollar and the late K. D. Hollar: "Small but mighty." Twirp Twiddle: "Little sis- ters who see all, hear all, and tell alll tHi, Beth.J "Suzi" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Business Staff '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basketball '55, Dramatics Club '57, Girls' Volleyball '55, Les Copains Francais '56, 57, Patron Staff '57, Latin Club '55 Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Holton, Sueann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Findley Holeton: "My Thoughts and comments are my own." Twirp Twiddle: Boys from Mt. Vernon. lHi, 351.1 "Suzi" was in Chorus Hoover, Larry Paul Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoover, "l like men who have a future and women who have a past." Twirp Twiddle: People who in- dulge in school work. "Lar- Lge?" was in Band '55, '56, Hotchkiss, Beverly lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hotchkiss, "Good na- tured and to all a friend." Twirp Twiddle: Long weeks and short week ends. lHi, Gordonll "Bev" was in Chorus '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. House, Donald Keith Son of Mrs. J. Paul House and the late Mr. Paul House: "I say not much but think more." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who try to tell me how to drive. Keith was in Col- lege Club '56, '57, DE Club '57. Howarth, Louis Joseph Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Scoles: "The Glen Miller of NHS." Twirp Twiddle: A dog is a man's best friendl "Jose" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Assistant Drum Maior '56, Head Drum Maior '57, College Club '56, '57, Key Club '57, Speedball '57, Los Compadres '56, '57, Treasurer '56, President '57. Iler, Joan Marlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Iler: "Just a little girl with lots of person- ality." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who call me little girl. lHi, Carolynlj "Joanie" was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, Sales Organization '56. lmhoff, Sandra Ann Dauihter of Mr. and Mrs. Fran Imhoff, Jr.: "A fiery goddess lred hair, that ish" Twirp Twiddle: People w o call me "Red." "Sandy" was was in Girls' Baseball '56, Hi-C '57, Library Assistants '55, '56, '57, Student Coun- '55, '56, '57, Treasurer lnlow, Verna Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph lnlowz, "Nothing en- dures but personal quali- ties." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple taller ,g than, xl.. Verna was in Girls' Baseball '56, Girls' Basketball l '56. Jeffries, Don Mike Kaiser, Kenneth Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jeffries: "lt's a great life if you don't weaken, but who wants to be a strong man?" Twirp Twiddle: Wool army socks. "Jeff" was in Col- lege Club '57 Room Agent '56, Speedball '56, Sphinx '55, Varsity Baseball '56, '5 . Johnson, Betty Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McLaughlin: "A prop- er lady as one shall see." Twirp Twiddle: No matter how much the hair styles change l'll still want a "BOB." The distance from O.U. to Newark. lHi, Bobl "Bettina." Johnson, Nancy Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Halbert: "Sandy hair and a sunny smile." Twirp Twiddle: People who go to New Jersey. lHi, Jeannie, "George" was in Chorus '55, '57, Home Economics Club '56, Girls' Basketball '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Jones, Durward Frank Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Jones: "This lad is earn- est and sincere." Twirp Twiddle: One of these days, WHAMI right in the kisser. "Jonesie" was in Track '56, Honor Society '57. Jones, John Addison, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. John A Jones: "People call me John SMlTH." Twirp Twid- dle: Girls "ADD" was in Audio Visual Service Club '55, '56, '57. Jones, Linda Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones: "She is 'full of fun and industrious too." Twirp Twiddle: My sisters, brothers, cousins and every- one else embarrassing me. "Lyn" was in Girls' Base- ball '55, DE Club '57, Y- Teens '55. Son of Mr. and Mrs. August Kaiser: "Gentlemen prefer blonds." Twirp Twiddle: Al- cohol, women, and 214. "Kll" attended St. Fran- cis de Sales School '55, '56 and was in Football '55, Basketball '55. Kappes, Gerald Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kappes: "Never worry to- day if you can put it off until tomorrow." Twirr: Twiddle: People who cal me Birdie. "Hook" was in College Club '56, '57, Room Agent '57, Intramural Base- ball '57, Key Club '57, lfgin Club '55, Science Club Keller, Mary Ruth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Keller: "Style she has and good looks too." Twirp Twiddle: Too much com- petition. "Sam" was in Band '55, '56, '57, College Club '57, Les Copains Fran- cais Vice President '56, Secretary '57, Patron Staff '56, '57, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '56, '57. Kennedy, Harlan lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kennedy: "ls that a per- manent wave?" Twirp Twid- dle: Oh, this complicated life. "Harlum" was Presi- dent of Class '55, College Club '57, Key Club '56, '57, "N" Club '55, '56, '57, Re- serve Basketball '55, Reserve Football '55, Student Coun- cil '55, '57, Varsity Base- ball '55, '56, '57, Varsity Football '55, '56, '57, Hon- or Society '57. Keylor, Carolyn Eloise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keylor: "Women of few words are the best." Twirp Twiddle: Hi, Joan. People who call me little girl too. "Shorty" was in Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Kidwell, Barbara Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kidwell: "Self trust is the secret of success." Twirp Twiddle: Yellow '56 Fords and chaufeurs. "Bar- bie" was in Chorus '55. Kiger, Orville Byron Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur C. Kiger: "A sh retiring spirit, yet hoding his own." Twirp Twiddlez Always loaf- ing on fourth floor. "Orv." King, Kenneth Lawrence Son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl L. King: "Young man, blow that hornI" Twirp Twiddlez Bees on the football field. "Ken" was in Band '55, '56, '57, President '57, College Club '56, '57, Science Club '55, '56, '57. Knisely, Patricia Lee Daughter of Mir. and Mrs. N. E. Knisely: "Her'voice was soft, gentle, and low- an excellent thing in worn- an." Twirp Twiddle: People who are always getting me in trouble. llHi, Sheila, Car- ol, and Sue.l "Pat" was in Chorus '55, Sphinx '57, Y- Teens '56, '57. Kunkle, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kunkle: "l've got a pain in my sawdust." Twirp Twiddle: What I want and don't have, what I have and don't want. "Kun- ky" was in Chorus '55, '565 College Club '57, Girls' Basketball '56, Patron Staff '57, Radio Club '57, Room Agent '55, Dramatics Club '57 Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Secretary '57. Kuster, Miriam Daughter of the late F. H. Kuster and Mrs. F. H. Kus- ter: "A soft answer turneth away wrath." Twirp Twid- dlez People who insist on calling me Mopey Mickey. "Mickey" was in College Club '56, '57, Les Copains Francais '57, Radio Club '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57g Latin Club '55, Orchestra '55,'56, Dramatics Club '56, '57, Honor Society '57. laeufer, Jacob Peter Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Laeufer: "Above the pitch, out of tune, and off the hinges." Twirp Twiddle: People who insist on call- ing me Peter. "Jake" was in Hi-Y '55, '56 Room Agent '56, Visual Service '56, '57y Los Compadres '56, '57, Treasurer '57. Lambert, Violet Lucille Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mason Lambert: "While we live let us Iive." Twirp Twiddle: Waiting for the day when I become a PRlNCEss. lHi, Timj "Lucy" was in Chorus '55, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Room Agent '55. lane, Linda Elizabeth Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John W. Lane: "When the mind's free, the heart is happy." Twirp Twiddlea A certain Grey Chevy and the guy who drives it. lHi, Dickl Linda was in Chorus '55, '56, Y-Teens '55. larason, Brenda Annis Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W i I I i a m Larason: "She knows the world was made for fun." Twirp Twiddlea People who write false in- formation in gossip col- umns. "Bren" was in Chor- us '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Hi-C '56, '57. lawrence, Thomas James Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Lawrence: "His smiles are as bright as sunshine." Twirp Twiddle: When those stage ropes get tangled up. "Tom" was in Gollege Club '56, Sphinx '57, Stage Man- ager '56, '57, Audio Visual Service Club '55, '56, '57. lawyer, Thomas Merrill Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D, Lawyer: "And hear the stormy music in the drum." Twirp Twiddle: NHS needs escalators to all floors. "Tomas" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Vice President '57, College Club '56, '57, Radio Club '57, Los Compadres '56, '57, Special Assistant for May Reveille Review '57. Lee, Larry Eugene Son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Lee: "This learning - how it bores meI" Twirp Twiddle: People who say I can't dance. ll-li, Janetl Lee was in Hi-Y '55, Audio Visual Service '56, '57. Leedy, Larry Lee I-Yfler Sandfa sue Li Son of Mr. and Mrs. Nel- son Leedy: "Seldom speak- ing, but thinking more." Twirp Twiddle: Big week end assignments. Larry was in Band '55, '56, '57i College Club '56, '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '575 Radio Club '57, Honor So- ciety '57. eber, Janet Katherine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kieber: "All things are in common among friends." Twirp Twiddle: People that call me Janie. "Janie" was in Orchestra '55, Contemporary History Club '56, Hi-C Club '56, '57. loar, Charles Eugene Son of Taylor and Rachel Loar: "Perry Como of NHS." Twirp Twiddle: C a t s. "Gene" was in Chorus '55, 56, '57, Radio Club '57, Science Club '57. Long, Alice Joyce Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Greer Long: "She puts h-er troubles in a box and sits on the lid." Twirp Twiddle: Training rules, homework, and people that call me Alicell "Jo" was in Chorus '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Lookenott, Sherrian lee 1 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lookenott: "She has a sweet disposition and a sunny smile." Twirp Twiddle: Those trips. lHi, Kay, Lynn, Sandy and Sami "Sher" was in Band '55, '56, '57, College Club '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '57, Patron Staff '56, '57f Y-Teens '56, '57. Lusetti, linda Lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lusetti: "Wit is the salt of conversation." Twirp Twiddle: Certain brown eyes that make me blue. Linda was in Business Staff '57, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56p Student Council '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Vice President '57. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul O. Lytle: "The science of nursing will be her work." Twirp Twiddle: Rainchecks. "Susie" was in College Club '56, '57, Ger- man Club '57, Secretary '57, Girls' Basketball '56y Girls' Volleyball '56p Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '55, Vice President '56, Room Agent '55, Sphinx '57, Latin Club '55. McCrillis, Jimmy Dale Son of Mrs. Isabel McCrillis: "Let us be gentle now that we are gentlemen." Twirp Twiddle: Pet Peeves. "Mac" was a Sphinx '57. McElfresh, Rod Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McEltresh: "Don't take life seriously, you'll never get out of it alive." Twirp Twiddle: Batons. "Mac" was in Reserve Basketball '55p Speedball '55. McFarland, Diane Louise Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant R. McFarland: "She is wise who talks but lit- tle!" Twirp Twiddle: Being too cold for the top to be down! "Dizee Lou" was in Chorus '55, '56y Hi-C Club '56, '57, President '57, Y- Teens '55, '56, '57. McKee, Eddie Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McKee: "Love me little,Jove me LONG." Twirp Twi dle: Certain people who call me "Fruitboots." "Ed" was in "N" Club '55, '56, '57, Re- serve Football '55, Varsity Basketball '56, Varsity Foot- ball '56, '57. Mclaughlin, .Carole Ann Daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. D. O. '.McLaughlin: "Her hair is not niore sunny than her smile." ,Twirp Twiddle: People who don't like New York and French poodles. "Shorty" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Maiorette '55, '56, '57, Qjrls',.Volleyball '557 Patrons- Staff, 2 '57, Y-Teens jg, 'Band 'C'ouncil "55, '56, 5.16 1 J- Mclean, Charles Thomas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. McLean: "What's the use of being wise." Twirp Twid- dle: H a r I e y - Davidsons. "Charlie" was in Mission Club '55 at St. Francis de Sales. McMiIlin, James Theodor-e .. Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McMillin: "Every young man has his frivolous moments." Twirp Twiddle: People who make implying r e m a r k s about by hair. lHi, JoAnnl "Ted"-"Sted"-"Mac" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Vice President '57, College Club '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Key Club '55, '56, '57, Science Club '56, '57. MacTavish, John Nickolas Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. MacTavish: "Don't be bash- ful, ask them." Twirp Twid- dle: The parties in 406. At Allen Park High School in Detroit, Michigan, "St, Nick" was in Band '55, '56, Latin Club '55, '56, Washington Club '56, Cheerleader '56. Makris, Nicholas Peter Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Makris: "Every man is a volume if you know how to read." Twirp Twiddle: People with heavy Ohio ac- cents. "Nick" was in Les Copains Francais '56, '57, President '57, Sphinx '57, Honor Society '57. Mantonya, Philip Donald Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mantonya: "Would that there were more men like this one." Twirp Twiddle: Teachersllll "Phil." Marvin, Rosella Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marvin: "And true she is as she has proved herself." Twirp Twiddle: Getting anxious to hear those "wedding bells." "Rose" attended Coshocton Senior High '55 where she was in Publicity Club '55 and Chorus '55. Mawhorter, Robert Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miawhorter: "lt is better to be silent, than wrong." Twirp Twiddle: Trig Teach- ers. "Maw" was in Golf '55, '56, '57, Sphinx '57. Melton, John Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Melton: "Little we know of him but that it good." Twirp Twiddle: Jaybird Road and Hollywood Mufflers. "Milkshake" was in DE '57, Room Agent '56. Messimer, Nancy Carroll Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Messimer: "l may be bashful but l'm happy lust the same." Twirp Twiddle: Those punctual peoplel "Nan" was in Business Staff '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '57, Patron Staff '57i Room Agent '56, '57 Sphinx '57, Thespians '55, '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cab- inet '55, '57. Metcalf, Joanne Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. O. W. Metcalf and Mrs. Margaret J. Metcalf: "Man has his will, but woman has her way." Twirp Twiddle: Two years of complications with a TEDdy bear. Joanne was a Reserve Cheerleader '55, '56, Varsity Cheerleader '57, College Club '56, '57, Ger- man Club '57, Vice Presi- dent '57, Girls' Basketball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, Radio Club '55, Student Council '56 '57, Varsity Debate '56, '57 Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Sophomore Debate '55, Na- tional Forensic League '56, '57, Secretary '57. Meyer, Rodney Kenneth Son of the late Harold W. Meyer and Mrs. Joseph Gol- er: "Whatever he does he does well." Twirp Twiddle: My "Hot Olds" and the cops. Rod was in Distrib- utive Education '57, Reserve Football '55. Miller, Walter Derwood 'Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. House: "The real character of a man is found out by his amusements." Twirp Twiddle: Taking the blame for the guy behind. lHi, Larryl "Pete" was in Chorus '55, '56, College Club '57, Distributive Education '57, Room Agent '55, '57, Sci- ence Club '57. Mitchell, Larry Philip Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Nieghbarger: "Time waits for no one." Twirp Twid- dle: Taking the blame for the guy in front. lHi, Waltl lgagry was in Band '55, '56, Mitchell, William Edward Son of Mr. Edward E. Mitchell and Mrs. Jesse W. Moody: "Worry made men great, why should l worry? Twirp Twiddle: l have nothing to say! "Bill" was a Class officer, Vice Presi- dent '56, Reserve Basketball '55, Speedball '55, Student Council '57. Moore, Rebecca Ilene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Moore: "All have their favorites." Twirp Twiddle: Boys that hot rod. lHi, Don, Wedding Bells. "Gabby" was in Distributive Education '57, Hi-C Club '57. Moore, Thora louise Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Moore: "lt is bet- ter to be silent than wrong." Twirp Twiddle: The long ride on the bus. "Thora." Morrison, Kathleen Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Morrison: "Quiet but impressive." Twirp Twiddle: A happy disposition is a gift of nature. lHi, Carrelll "Kathy" was in Home Eco- nomics Club '55. Mossman, Jerry Lee Son of Edith Mossman: "Early to bed, late to rise." Twirp Twiddle: Don't make love at the golden gate, love may be blind but the neighbors ain't. "Duke." Mount, Sharon Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mount: "Statistics show that more than one million women are over weight." Twirp Twiddle: Those short three-minute phone calls, the slow U.S. mail system, and the long wait until May. Sharon was in Annual Staff '57, Busi- ness Staff '57, Cheerleader '55, Varsity '56, '57, Col- lege Club '56, '57, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Journal- ism Staff '57, Patron Staff '57, Radio Club '55, Stu- dent Council '56, '57, Y- Teens '55, '56, '57, Presi- dent '56, Cabinet '55, '57, Class Secretary '57, Los Compadres '56, '57, Dra- matics"'Club '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Homecoming At- tendant '57. Myers, Connie Marlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Myers: "A fair and friendly lass is she." Twirp Twiddle: lt's 8:10- where's Jim? "Dink" was in Student Council '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Myers, Samuel Brent Son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Myers: "How about some excitement?" Twirp Twid- dle: Last of five original Ubangis in Newark. "Sam Jr." was in German Club '56, '57, "N" Club 55, '56, '57, Reserve Footba7lI '55, Science Club '56, '5, garsity Football '55, '56, I Nemeth, James Edwards Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabor Nemeth: "When duty whis- per, low 'thou must' the the youth replies 'l can'." T w i r p Twiddle: Civicsl "Jam" Nethers, Jerry Steven Son of Mrs. Corrine Nethers: "Witty, care free, 'full of fun, happy go-lucky, son of a gun!" T w i r p Twiddle: Donald Duck "Magic Slates." "Nuts" was in College Club '56, '57, Reserve Football, lgcgom Agent '55, Speedball Newman, Judith Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Newman: "She short in stature but made it up in pep." Twirp Twid- dle: "Dodging" my home- work for "Johnnie." Judy was in Cheerleader '56, 57, Chorus '55, '56, '57, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Vog- Ieyball '55, '56, Y-Teens '5 , '56, '57, Secretary '57, Choir '56, '57. No,-gl-ll-up, Barbara ,lean Painter, Richard Charles Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heath: "Conversation is a game of circles." Twirp Twiddle: Gentlemen that prefer blondes! "Barb" was in Band '55, '56, '57i Business Staff '57, Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57i Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, Patron Staff '56, '57, Dramatics '55, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57: Los Compadres '56, '57, Secre- tary '56. Northrup, Judith Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heath: "Let's laugh a while." Twirp Twiddle: A guy with "orange" hair and a grey Mercury. lHi, Larryl. "Windy" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55f Girls' Basketball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55f Patron Staff '57: Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. O'Brien, Gloriann lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. O'Brien: "Never growls-lust smiles, smiles, smiles." Twirp Twiddle: I would like to CHUCK every- thing but ROGERS. Gloriann was in Annual Staff '56: College Club '56, '57y Ger- man Club '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basket- ball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55, Journalism Staff '56p Library Assistants '55, Latin Club '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Treasurer '57, Cabinet '56g Honor Society '57. Ogle, Alice Loree Daughter of Mrs. Jennie F. Ogle: "AIl things come round to her who will but wait." Twirp T wid d I e: Paint battles and Blue Toe Nails. "Snipe" was Secre- tary of DE '57g World Af- fairs Institute '56 Hi-C '57. Orr, Ronald Ray Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Orr: "lt's friendly na- ture that wins his friends for him." Twirp Twiddle: The world owes me a liv- ing, but I have to work so hard to get it. "Ronnie" was in Chorus '55, '56, '57, College Club '55, '56, '57, Speedball '55, Varsity Base- ball '55, '56, Basketball Manager '55, '56, '57. Oxley, Jon Anthony Son of Mr. and Mrs. C,.G. Oxley: "If he's a friend, he's a friend. There is no doubt about the matter. Twirp Twiddle: People who won't buy balloons. "Tony" was in College Club '55, '56, '57, Science Club '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lees Painter: "Beware the silent man." Twiry Twiddle: lt's hot, turn the water on. "Paint." Palmerton, .lacquelyn Kaye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Palmerton: "Out of school life into life's school. Twirp Twiddle: Army regulations. lHi, Den- nisl. "Jackie" was in Girls' Baseball '55, 56, Girls' Bas- ketball '55, 56: Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56. Patterson, Charline Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Patterson: "Have you got a brother?" Twirp Twiddle: I have none, I love everyone. "Charlie" was in DE '56, '57, Hi-C Club '56, '57. Paul, Cynthia Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elden J. Paul: "A blond haired lass with plenty of class." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who say "Why?" "Cin- dy" was in Chorus '54, Spanish Club '54. Pettit, James Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Pettit: "No civilized person ever goes to bed the same day he gets up." Twirp Twiddle: A little girl in Room 403. "Lard" was in "N" Club '55, Sphinx '57y :lggck '55, Varsity Football Pickering, Ivy Ruth Daughter of Mrs. Ruby Pic- kering: "A quiet maid and yet there lies a shining hu- mor in her eyes. Twirp Twiddle: Alabama seems a million miles away. lHi, Gil- bertj People who think l'm not as old as I really am. Ivy was in Home .Economics Club '55. Pierson, Judith Charlotte Ramsey, Doris Joann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne O. Pierson: "Forgive me if I blush." Twirp Twid- dle: The fifth period spent in homeroom. "Judy" was in Chorus '55: College Club '56, '57: Future Teachers '56, '57, Treasurer '56, Presi- dent '57p Les Copains Fran- cais '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57: Honor Society '57. Poff, linda Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Potf: "Why be se- rious? lt isn't any fun." Twirp Twiddle: A Saturday in January. "Winnie" was in Chorus '55: DE '57y Girls' Basketball '56. Poland, Karl Foster i Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Poland: "l love school, in- deed l do, but l'm glad l'm nearly through." Twirp Twiddle: Girls who talk too much. "Polar Bear' was in Chorus '55, '56, '577 Radio Club '57y Sphinx '57g Sci- ence Club '57, Speedball '55: Hi-C Club '57p Astron- omy '57. Pound, Rose Marie I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pound: "Now grave, now gay, and never dulI." Twirp Twiddle: Remember those "for" and "against" sessions every Sunday morn- ing, Sandy? "Rosie" was in Y-Teens '56, '57. Price, John Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. William EJ Price: "l never drink more than a sponge." Twirp Twiddle: People that call me Johnny. "Price tag" was in'Band '55, '56, '57. Pryor James Frederick Daughter of the late Clinton Ramsey and Mrs. Elva Ram- sey: "Maybe l'm right, may- be l'm wrong." Twirp Twid- dle: l'm sticking to the Air Force lHi, Donl ".lo" was in Chorus '55: Girls' Basketball '55, '56y Girls' Baseball '55, '56: Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56: Y-Teens '56. Redman, Orville Earl Son of the late Mr. Orville V. Redman and Mrs. Katie A. Redman: "l have no time for words." Twrip Twiddle: Teachers who call me Orville. "Orv" was in Science Club '57: Sphinx '57. Redman, Ruth Ellen Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Redman: "lt's so peaceful in the country." Twirp Twiddle: People who won't tell me what they are thinking. "Ruthie." Reed, Robert William Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Murray: "One cannot al- ways be a hero, but one can always be a man." Twirp Twiddle: Pain! "Bob." Rehbeck, Gary Edward Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Iiam Rehbeck: "Handsome is as handsome doesl" Twirp Twiddle: Crackpots who teach economics. Gary was in College Club '56, '57, Sphinx '57. ' Reynolds, Shelah Fern Son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen S. Pryor: "He is a mighty athlete: in studies too, he's hard to' beat." Twirp Twid- dle: Guys that don't keep training rules. "Red" was in KeyHClub '55, '56, '57: "N" Club '55, '56, '57p Re- serVe"Basketball '55: Reserve Football '55: Student Coun- cil '57: Varsity Basketball '56, '57, Varsity Football jg? '56, '57: Honor Society Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Reynolds: "Time waits for no one." Twirp Twiddle: People who make me laugh too hard. ll-li, Patl Shelah was in Band '56, '57, and attended Berkeley High School in St. Louis, Mo., where she was in Band '55, '56: Pep Club '55, '56. Ridella, John Stephan Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Ridella: "Away with him, away with him! He speaks Latin." Twirp Twiddle: Girls that wear long fin- gernails. John was in Col- lege Club '56, '57, Golf '56, '57, "N" Club '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Reserve Basketball '55, Speedball '55, '56, '57, Varsity Bas- ketball '56, '57, Varsity Baseball '55. Riffle, Donna Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Riffle: "Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies." Twirp Twiddle: fHi, Rose and .loelj Love those '56 Fords-Hi, Pat. Africa seems so tar awayl "Doe" was in Girls' Basket- ball '55, Girls' Volleyball '55. Ritchey, Mary Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Ritchey: "Golden qualities attract lasting friendship." Twirp Twiddle: Some people that don't let you Ioiter in the halls. "Janie" was in College Club '56, '57, Future Teach- ers '56, '57, Girls' Basket- ball '55, '56, Girls' Volley- ball '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Radio Club '55. Roan, Paula Maye Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Roan: "Out of sight but not out of mind." Twirp Twiddle: All those miles to Bellaire and Cam- bridge. "Paula Miaye" was in Annual Staff '57, typist, Business Staff '57, Girls' Baseball '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Jour- nalism Staft '57, typist, Dramatics Club '55, '56, '57, Patron Staff '57, Radio Club '55, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Home Economics Club '55, Thespians '57. Roberts, Mariorie Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Roberts: "The oppor- tunity tor doing mischief is found a hundred times a day." Twirp Twiddle: Those trips. fHi, Sheer, Lynn, San- dy, and Sam.l Kay was in Band '55, '56, '57, Business Staff '56, '57, Girls' Base- ball '56, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Patron Staff '57, Y- Teens '56, '57. Roberts, Tittica Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al V. Roberts: "A titian haired beauty with plenty of pep and full of mirth and mischief." Twirp Twid- dlez l love men, not be- cause they are men, but because they are not wom- en. "Tica" "Teak" was in Annual Staff '57, Business Staff '56, '57, Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57, Girls' Basketball '55 '56, Girls' Volleyball '55 '56, Journalism Staff '57, Pa- tron Staff '57, Radio '55, Latin Club '55, Los Com- padres '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '57, Dramatics Club '57, Honor Society '57. Robinson, Phyllis Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlis H. Robinson: "Her smile is always welcome and her words are 'full of wit." Twirp Twiddle: Men who think they can drive. fHi, Ricky. "Phil" was in Band '55, '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basket- ball '55, '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '55 '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, Band Council '55, '56, '57, Mariorett '55, '56, '57. Roeder, Roland Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Roeder: "A kiss in the dark." Twirp Twiddle: Girls with coat strings. Roland. Rogers, Charles Spencer Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thom- as A. Rogers: "He does much without s a y i n g much." Twirp Twiddle: The old order changeth yielding place to new. "Chuck" was in College Club '56, '57, Science Club '55, '56, '57, President '57, Sphinx '57. Romine, Edmund Junior Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bela Bero: "Silence is a virture." Twirp Twiddle, Crazy mixed up people. "Eddy" was in Choir '57, Orchestra '55, '56, '57, Visual Service '55, '57. Romine, Sherman Emert Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Rornine: " 'Tis only noble to be good." Twirp Twid- dle: HUB CAPS on girls' ears. "Romeo." Sanders, Linda Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sanders: "Mischiev- ous and merry." Twirp Twiddle: Athens - so far away - hi, Dick. "Sandy" was in Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleybal '55, Room Agent '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Schlosser, Ronald Edward Sc Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Schlosser: "Sigh no more my ladies." Twirp Twiddle: Those good bud- dies that are married. llHi, Brenniel "Slop" was in ln- tramural Baseball '57. ott, Charlene Leona Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scott: "She knows what is what." Twirp Twid- de: Just twenty-four steps from heaven. iHi, Jimmyl Charlene was a Library As- sistant '55, Honor Society '57. Shaffer, Charlotte Arlene Daughter of Mr. Carl F. Shaffer and Mrs. Leroy Car- ter: "l stand on the brink of a great career, won't somebody please shove me off?" Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who chew gum and don't offer me any. "Cookie" was in Business Staff '57, Patron Staff '57, Y-Teens '56, '57. Shields, Richard Douglas Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond A. Shields: "Learn to live and live to learn." Twirp Twiddle: That fgaietyl of basketball season. "Wang ll" was in College Club '56, '57, Key Club '56, '57, "N" Club '56, '57, Re- serve Basketball '55, Speed- ball '55, '56, '57, Varsity Basketball '56, '57. Sidwell, William Keith, Jr. Si Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sidwell, Sr.: "There is no question for which he hath no answer." Twirp Twid- dle: The long hours spent in 214. "Willie" was in College Club '56, '57, Cross Country '55, Science Club '55, '56, '57, Sphinx '57, ms, Lois Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis K. Sims: "Honor lies in honest toil." Twirp Twid- dle: Remember all those sessions at those dirty ole' oil wells? "Squeaks" was in Business Staff '57, Y- Teens '57. Sipe, Jerry Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- ton Sipe: "AIl great men are dying and I don't feel well myself." Twirp Twid- dle: People who don't have the 7th and Bth periods. Jerry was in Band '55, '56, '57. Skinner, Johanna Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Skinner: "Modesty seldom fails to win good will." Twirp Twiddle: Be- ing quiet in the homeroom while sitting by Pat and Sue. "Judy" was in Annual Staff '57, Business Staff '56, Chorus '55, College Club '56, '57, Journalism Staff '57, Patron Staff '56, '57, Sphinx '57. Smith, Rosetta Marguerite Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith: "Hold every- thing, l'm coming." Twirp Twiddle: People who call be "Rosie." "Ro" was in Chorus '56, Sales Organiza- tion '55, Smith, Vernon Ray Son of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Smith: "His talents are of the more silent type." Twirp Twiddle: Weak trans- missions. "Vern." Snyder, Frederick lee lBarnesl Son of Mr. Harry E. Snyder: "l would study to live, not to study." Twirp Twid- dle: l dislike homework. "Pork Chop" was in VIC '55, '56, '57. Spangler, James R. Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Spangler: "Long have l cherished the thought, but never have dared to reveal it." Twirp Twiddle: Those fellow scientists who drop mercury in physics class. fAnyone for tiddly winks'?l "Wang l" was in College Club '56, '57, Journalism Staff '56, '57, Editor of Annual '57, Room Agent '55, '56, Speedball '55, Stu- dent Council '57, Vice Pres- ident '57, Los Compadres '56, '57. Spence, Nancy Joanne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spence: "We will en- ioy ourselves while we may." Twirp Twiddle: School regulations. Nancy was in Chorus '55: Girls' B?ketball '55: Patron Staff '5 Spitzer, Frederick Clay Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Spitzer: "The world will ever wonder what he will do next." Twirp Twiddle: People who are pansies. "Fritz" was in College Club '55, '56, '57: Reserve Foot- ball '55, Science Club '57, Stage, Janice Sedalia Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stage: "lt's good to be merry and wise." Twirp Twiddle: Little sisters and brothers who see all, hear all, and tell all. Janice was 525 Home Economics Club Stalnaker, Larry Lee Son of L. D. Stalnaker: "Who can say what I will become?" Twirp Twiddle: Homerooml Larry was in DE '56, '57, President '57. Stedman, Carol Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stedman: "Laugh and live then learn." Twirp Twiddle: Waiting for that "Sonny" day when my "Neighbor" will be mine. Carol was in Band '55, '56, '57, Girls' Baseball '55, Girls' Basketball '55, '56: Girls' Volleyball '55, '56: Patron Staff '57, Y-Teens '56, '57. Strawn, Carol Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Strawn: "She is as quiet as a lamb." Twirp Twiddle: People who bor- row money but iust can't remember to pay it back. lHi, Patj "Red." Swart, Ronald Gordon Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Swart: "Good boys love their sisters, but so good have I grown I love other boys' sisters as well as my own." Twirp Twiddle: Where do l get those dis- closing nicknames? lPatseyJ lNoseJ "Gord" was Class Vice President '57, College Club '56, '57, Treasurer '57, German Club '56 '57: Golf '55, '56, '57: Key Club '55, '56, '57: Board of Di- rectors '57, Speedball '56: Student Council '56, '57. Taylor, Clara Bertina Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Taylor: "Who knows her smile has known her." Twirp Twiddle: Those get up, get ready, and go to school Monday blues. "Tina" was in Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Thompson, Barbara Lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Thompson: "ln quiet- ness and confidence shall be her strength." Twirp Twiddle: People who make fun of women drivers. "Bobbie" was in College Club '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, at Johnstown Monroe High School "Bobbie" was in Y-Teen '55. Thompson, linda Anne Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson: "Won't be long now." Twirp Twid- dle: Waiting for that one big title-Mrs. lHi, Charleyl "Tommy" was in Chorus gg, '57: Girls' Basketball Tolliver, Marilyn Kay Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tolliver: "God save us from all girls who are angels." Twirp Twiddle: Keeping late hours. "Em-t" was in Sphinx '57: Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Tronstein, Judith Carol Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tronstein: "A merry laughing dancing girl who with her eyes flirts with the world." Twirp Twiddle: l DoUBt that the Joy Of HeaveN Surpass thOse at Nhs. "Tronny" was in Business Staff '57, College Club '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Treasurer '57: Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, '57, Patron Staff '57: Stu- dent Council '56: Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, President '55, Cabinet '56, '57: Latin Club '55. Tucker, Mildred Arlene Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tucker: "A smile is but a whisper of a laugh." Twirp Twiddle: People who are always in a hurry. tHi, Pat and lvanj "Millie" Tyrer, James Efflo Son of Mrs. Dorothy J. Tyrer and the late Mr. Efflo T. Tyrer: "An athlete and popular among others." Twirp Twiddle: My brOtH- er, and I would never de- CLINE a ride to Claylick for a fine view. "Big Jim" was Class President '57, Key Club '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '57, "N" Club '55, '56, '57, Reserve Bas- ketball '55, Reserve Football '55, Student Council '57, Track '55, '56, '57, Var- sity Basketball '56, '57, Varsity Football '55, '56. '57. Ulrich, Fred lee Son of Mr. Fred Ulrich and Mrs. Lester F u l t o nz "Blondes, brunettes, red heads and FOOTBALL!" Twirp Twiddle: People who call me by my middle name. fHey, kidt "Tornado" was in College Club '56, '57, German Club '56, '57, Pres- ident '57, "N" Club '55, '56, '57, Track '55, '56, Var- sity Football '55, '56, '57, Key Club '56, '57, Reserve Football '55. Utterback, Ralph Milton Son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Utterback: "He leads them all a merry chase." Twirp Twiddle: People who regale in curtailing my preroga- tives. CYea, Yeat "Sale No. 2" was in College Club '56, '57 Key Club '55, '56, '57, Room Agent '57, Science Club '55, '56. Vaia, George Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Vaia: "Don't let this in- nocent look deceive you." Twirp Twiddle: Some teach- ers are nice and then there's Mr. Kingery. George was in College Club '56, '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '57. Vogelmeier Marilyn Sue Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogelmeier: "Noth- ing endures like personal qualities." Twirp Twiddle: People who call me "Red- dy." CHi, Gangt Sue was a Room Agent '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Volz, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Volz: "The deed I intend is great, but what as yet I know not." Twirp Twiddle: People who think too much and say too lit- tle. lHi, Gangt "Scotty" was in Annual Staff '57, Business Staff '56, '57, Chorus '55 College Club '56, '57, Journalism Staff '57, Patron Staff '56, '57, Sphinx '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Wages, Donald William Son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. Wages: "Oh, life's trou- bles-keeping track of my sister." Twirp Twiddle: Peo- ple who crack their gum. "Don" attended Alexandria High School where he was in "A" Club '56, Track '55, '56, Reserve Football '55. Walker, Diana Elizabeth Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Walker: "ln each cheek appears a pretty dimple." Twirp Twiddle: getting up ot 7:00 a.m. on weekdays and getting up at 6:00 a.m. on week ends. What is this thing called sleep? "Dee" was in An- nual Staff '57, Chorus '55, Journalism Staff '57, Pa- tron Staff '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Watson, Brenda lynn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Watson: "A work- er, a student who always brings success." Twirp Twiddle: Men drivers! fHi, Gangt People call me "Brenda." "Lynnie" was in Band '55, '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, Future Teach- ers '57, Patron Staff '56, '57. Weaver, Jerry Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Weaver: "For he by geo- metric scale can take the size of pots of ale." Twirp Twiddle: Broken street lights at dawn. tHi, Co- munhell "Jeb" was Class Treasurer '56, '57, College Club '56, '57, "N" Club '55, '56, Varsity Football '55, '56. Webb, Patricia Ann Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Webb: "Life is what we make it." Twirp Twid- dle, People who turn lights on in my face when l'm trying to sleep. fHi, Sist "Pat" was in Business Staff '57, Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '57, Honor Society '57. Weiant, Sally Mariett Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Weiant, Jr.: "She walks in beauty like the night." Twirp Twiddle: Spaghetti. At Emma Wil- lard School for Girls in Troy, New York, "Sally" was Cheerleader '55, '56, '57, Chorus '55, '56 '57, Senior Ensemble '57, Head of Dress Committee '56, Social Committee '56, Press- board '55, '56, Yearbook Staff '57, School Paper Cartoonist '57, Campus Players '55 ,'56, '57, Bas- ketball '55, '56, '57, Soft- ball '55, '56, '57, Swim- ming '57, Bowling '57. Welsch, Linda lee Daughter of Mrs. Theodore Welsch: "Her mind is not always with us." Twirp Twiddle: Boys in '53 Fords. fHi, Duanej Linda was in Girls' Basketball '55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56. Wessinger, Robert Lee Son of Mr. and Mrs. Mi- chael Wessinger: "Merrily he rolls along in his Pon- tiac." Twirp Twiddle: Nev- er buy a Pontiac! "Luke." Westfall, Brice Jerald Son of Mr. and Mrs. Brice O. Westfall: "l'll be merry and free, l'll be sad for nobody." Twirp Twiddle: Won't anybody drag a big Chrysler? "Big J" was in Chorus '55, '56, Reserve Football '56, White, Donna lou Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin White: "A winning way a friendly smile." Twirp Twiddle: Certain people from Glenford. "Lulu" was in Business Staff '57, Chorus '55, '56, Sales Organization '56. Whitehead, Judith Mae Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Whitehead: "What matters if we be happy." Twirp Twiddle: That Blue Mercury with a plain nose. lHi, Jim! "Julie" was in Business Staff '56, '57, College Club '57, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Room Agent '57, Los Compadres '56, '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Cabinet '57. Whyde, Sondra Rose lDaughertyl Daughter of Mr. John W. Whyde and Mrs. Verna Ramsey: "lt's nice to be natural when you are nat- urally nice." Twirp Twid- dle: Who could help but love DANdelions? lHi, Son- dra and Donna! Oh those card sharks, huh Judy? "Blackhead" was in Chor- us '55, Y-Teens '57, Patron Staff '57, Secretary to Sci- ence Department '57. Wilkin, Paul David Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Wilkin: "Quiet, pease!" Twirp Twiddle: English and psychology tests. "Willy" was in College Club '56, '57, Future Teachers '56, '57, Sales Organization '56, '57, Science Club '57, Sphinx '57. Willey, George Allen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Willey: "All the world may not love a lover, but all the world watches him." Twirp Twiddle: People that are never on time! Who me? "Butch" was in Sci- ence Club '56, '57. Williams, Mollie Patricia Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Williams: "Have you noticed the ring on her left hand finger?" Twirp Twiddle: His nicknames - "Shone," "Boone," "Ken- an," "Snake," "Mollie" was in College Club '56, '57, Les Copains Francais '56, '57, Latin Club '55, Y-Teens '55, Sphinx '57. Wilson, Frances Arlene Daughter of Mr. Woodrow Wilson: "Today is today, let tomorrow come tomor- row!" Twirp Twiddle: Live, love-then learn, that's me. llrluh, Eli?j "Frankie" was in Distributive Education '57. Wilson, Martha Jane Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wilson: "She was a good all-'round athlete!" Twirp Twiddle: Attraction seems to be in Columbus. QHi, R.H.J "Marty" CShortyl was in Distributive Educa- tion '57, Girls' Basketball .'55, '56, Girls' Volleyball '55, '56, Y-Teens '56, '57. Page 44-A Page 44-B Wilson, Mary Kathryn Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin E. Wilson: "Why be serious? It isn't any fun!" Twirp Twiddle: HUNTing days are here to stay! Mary was in Chorus '55, '56, Girls' Basketball '56, Y-Teens '57. Winters, William Sylvester Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winters: "A kind of friend who lasts to the end." Twirp Twiddle: Girls who wear short hair. Sylvester attended St. Francis in his sophomore and iunior years and was in Intramural Bas- ketball '55, Varsity Foot- ball '55. Wisener, Virginia Mary Daughter of Mrs. Virginia Wisener: "A blue-eyed per- son with plenty of pep and one who in the band does stepl" Twirp Twiddle: Short weekends lHi, Jimi. "Ginny' was in Band '55, '56, '57, Chorus '57, Girls' Volleyball '55, Room Agent '56, Maiorette '55, '56, '57, Head Maiorette '57, Secre- tary of Chorus '57, Band Council '55, '56, '57, Homecoming Attendant '57. Wolford, Pathena May Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith: "There is noth- ing so queenly as kindness, nothing so royal as truth- fulness." Twirp Twiddle: Some people like the new TBirds but I'II take my DINKy bird. lHi, Liewisl "Tina" was in Chorus '55, Distributive Education '57, Girls' Basketball '56. Woods, Karin Marie Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Woods: "Let's hur- ry." Twirp Twiddle: People who can't make up their mind." Karin was in Busi- ness Staff '57, Girls' Bas- ketball '55, '56, Girls' Vol- leyball '55, '56, Sphinx '57, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57. Woolard, Sandra lee Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Woolard: "She is a daughter of the gods, di- vinely taII." Twirp Twiddle: People who can tell the difference in the spelling of "Sandra" and "Sondra." IHi, Sondrai "Sandy" was in Chorus '55, Y-Teens '55, '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Wright, Jimmy Allen Son of Mrs. Merle Wright: "One might think him quiet or even blue." Twirp Twid- dle: People who call me grumpy or James. "Gym." Wright, Robert Emory Son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory Wright: 'I am sure care is an enemy of life." Twirp Twiddle: Someone talking when l want to talk HBCU. Yost, Janie Lee Daughter of Mr. Ralph Yost and Mrs. Frank Garrett: "Just Iain nice" Twir P - P Twiddle: I boy plus I girl equals love. lHi, Jerryl. Janie was in Girls' Basket- ball '56, Girls' Volleyball '56, Y-Teens '56, '57, Honor Society '57. Yost, William Frederick III Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Iiam F. Yost, Jr., "Hark, do I hear the tardy bell?" Twirp Twiddle: People who crack their gum. "Bud" was in Key Club '57, and attended Cambridge Senior High '55, '56, '57, where he was in Key Club '55, '56, '57, Varsity "C" '56, '57, Class President '55, '56, Student Council '55, '56, '57, Boys' State ' 56, Chorus '55, '56, School Paper '55, '56. Zaras, Georgia Elaine Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony N. Zaras: "Noth- ing great was ever achieved wit h o ut enthusiasm." Twirp Twiddle: People who always say I spend too much money on clothes. lHi, Nanc, Mother, and Nazi "Georgiann" was in Annual Staff '57, College Club '56, '57, Journalism Staff '57, Latin Club '55, Les Copains Francais '56, '57, Secretary '56, Vice President '57, Room Agent '55, Sphinx '57. NO PICTURE Wages, Donna Jean Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. Wages: "Oh life's troubles - keeping track of my brother." Twirp Twid- dle: Listening to someo:ne's gossip. Worley, Jo-Ann Franklin Daughter of Mr. H. L. Franklin and the late Mrs. H. L. Franklin: "A quiet maid is better than a crown." 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Carolyn Bfvanf Larr B 5 2 -ffl , Y VYSOU 1355 , ' 5 -: . mg Carol Buchanan 15 li, H :gy-, -2 ., . ,.,. .,,- E Raw 3 .5 1 3 C " Reba Buchanan . kt!-. .... z -V 1 r iii mf , Donna BUCkeY , -' Roberta Buckey . ,JP Lgz f W an 4 , an I, ., :, 0 --y."?Ijg . V .,:,::.f22f,- .. ,.,.. , ,..,- i , ' Row 4 Q l A at -' A f"f- "1 g '3' 'if ff ' ' lit Gary Burger L x. 3 N in Robert Butler - ""': 1 5 -"' , wa. Rosemarie Butts X + Q . K 'Q I 1 i5if'f3111':Z"ibf J Q ...,. L x ' B321 1 , -2. .la - gi' ' -:g. . -. Wg Row 5 at 5: -5523 fgy Robert Callander jzzf a' r i Q Barbara Campbell i Y Paul Campbell y V ' Row 6 Joan Canter Brenda Cantlon Row 7 Vicky Carver Janet Cavery Carol Chaney Row 8 Paul Chapman Judith Class Mary Alice Clayton Row 9 Earlene Cline f Ida Cline Marla Cline Row 'IO Martha r Cline Carolyn Cochenour ' Karen Cochran Row 'l'l Connie Collins Darlene Collins Elsie Compton Not Pictured- Mary Clum 50 by , - -5. 2222 if 22? 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Delores Freeman M Row 1 f ., S -'i t Linda Friel A ,eil-' I .- Janice Friend , le' 1 J W -' V' Patricia Fulk , ,W , '-42' 4 fi , Raw a P' Z Larry Gander .K Q, . John Ga'9e' Ei, 5 J . is Jerry Gartside , M 7 'is :K VY. Row 9 5' ,,. In Milburn George .,.,.. 1 7 ' ima f 'W' 'U' Judith Glasmeier . g. -in Bonnie Glass V i ge t Q C K ' ,. ,..,. 1 , Row to sg , "rr , f-3,1 J: Betty Goddard J 5 M y " , . Zfi ' Ann Gosnell fy' V Judith Graft x tw. .5 W : ei'QT3:lf',Q4' Robert Graham all Q 4 Kenneth Gregg N ,W Joyce Grove , A f5ft"'Z2' gf' , ' WW' 6 ,Aga N -. t 51 N Rui' ' ,xifiiffij .F S as .. t. an ,rt K ...v u L 1 5, s mg m 4 lk J 1 .L -asgfrg:-:':-:.s,.: ...,.. 5 -.., .,.. Y. ---- : 1215? .52 .A W " ' 1 32555 Q' 5 M ,E 1. Z , iff Q 33 f il M ,.,. , . . awww "iaafe1?.. azz it , fs if Q JA V -I .2 . -:V-1. -q MAE. f 3. ' f ' . . 1-555 ,.., -1 ..:,,, si mi N s - -ii... ,ag - i 7 s - . 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Row 'I Judith Groves Alfred Haga Deanna Hahn Row 2 Christine Hammack Dick Hanes David Hannah Row 3 Charles Heftley Beverly Henderson Dale Henry Row 4 Kenneth Hilleary Carol Hite Philip Hivnor Row 5 Richard Hoback Judith Hofacker Judith Hofftaker Row 6 Mariorie Hollingshead Allen Hollis Linda Hornung Row 7 Gilbert Hornyak Thomas Hottinger James House Row 8 Wanda Houdeshell Sally Howell Ronald Huffman Row 9 Charles Hufford Gary Humbert Suzanne Humes Row 'l0 Norett Hunt Barbara Hunter Shirley Hyre Row 'll Delores Iler Earl Johnson Marcia Johnson Not Pictured- Duane Hogue Janet Hahn Kenneth Hollar Nancy Hottinger 52 Row 'I Barbara L. Jones Barbara A. Jones Charlotte Jones Row 2 James Jones Larry Jones Nancy Jones Row 3 Robert Jones Sylvia Jones Judith Kaiser Row 4 Sandra Keck Richard Keim John Keller Row 5 Penelope Kennedy Robert Kern Linda Kerns Row 6 Rebecca Kieber Jess Kinser Richard Kinser Row 7 Jane Kirk John Kline John Knechtges Row 8 Philip Koblens Chriseldus Krall Robert Kramer Row 9 Lowell Kreager Jon Kreider Ernest Kuhn Row 'IO Robert Laird Victoria Lannon James Lawrence Row 'll Wayne Layton Suellen Leckrone Charles Lee Not Pictured- Silas Jones ...Asia , V 32.-I.: I t x afar -Q" ' ills' , 9 9 ' , K 'ff 4 , 4 gf if Rinks 4,4 use 2 f l Row 'I Janet Leek Ted Lescody James Leslie ta: "" ii Qi 4, Rvw 2 J ,gy J An Lewis :germ ..' 1 David Lewis F . - H Mollie Lewis , A, X , A ir J R 3 ..., .:., J .... N 1 1 Row 3 Laffy l'Qhf'e J E555 ' , Linda Lippincott H 53: 2 . Earl Loar .X ' 1 , Raw 4 H All fa .- 97:55 Linda Loar - f rc X gs s ...lim I , ibn 5 ,ig-,fs, S if Q if , H 3-if we fs + ' ia 53 ii m 'M 4 Q e 5 5356. l g jr aj. 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L'.' is Robert Lohrman Elinore Long Row 5 William Lonzo Cora Loper David Loughman Row 6 Sally Loughman Leann Lucas Carleton Luke Row 7 Lybarger James Lyons Marie McCarton Mary Row 8 Connie McClain Joanne McCleary Judith McCrillis Row 9 Patricia McCullough Sue McDonald Danny McGinnis Row 10 Barbara McKim Granger McKinney Judith McLaughlin Row ll John McMahan Darlene McMannis Chloe McNutt Not Pictured- Craig Leighton Row 'I Carol Maddux Ronald Maidel Zane Mann Row 2 Judith Markham Judy Markle Janet Marmie Row 3 Barbara Martin Linda Martin Sharon Martin Row 4 Nancy Metcalf Barbara Miller Charlotte Miller Row 5 lva Miller Philip Miller Shirley Miller Row 6 Gery Mills James Mitchell Joyce Montgomery Row 7 Adrianne Moore James Moore Laura Moore Row 8 Mary Moore Wayne Moorman Mariorie Morgan Row 9 Tom Mosher Kenneth Mosholder Dixie Myers Row 'I0 William Myers Tom Myers Don Neely Row ll Emilie Neff Shirley Norman Raymond North Not Pictured- Beverly Myers Row 'I Row 'I Ruth Nutt Gary Sams Roberta Nutter William Saum Michael Oliver Eleanor Scaffide Row 2 Row 2 Roberl On. Shirley Scanlan Carolyn Parker -l05ePl'1 Scarrett Dale Parker Af"dY Sceurman Row 3 Row 3 Myrlie Pickering Kenneth Scott Russell Pickering Barbara Sears Sally Plummer Elizabeth Selby Row 4 Row 4 Betty Posey Sharon Shade Alan Pound Sylvia Shawhan Dale Pound John Shepherd Row 5 Row 5 Sandra Pound Sherry Sherman Baniamin Price Charles Schonhar Phyllis Pursley Louise Sidel Row 6 Row 6 Judith Pyle Steven Sidwell Gretchenl Rader Nancy Skinner Terry Raison Linda Smart ROW 7 Row 7 Mary Ratliff 7 Belly Smlll, William Ratlitf William smlll-I James Redman James F. Spangler Row 8 Row 8 James Reed Richard Spellman Pe99Y Reed Richard Spence Richard- Reinbeau Carole Spicer Row 9 Row 9 Jeanette Renick Mike Spring Geraldine Retherford Patrick Stasel James Ritchey David Stauffer Row I0 Row 'IO Rosalie Rizzo Lorinda Stevens Carol Roberts Nancy Stevens George Roberts Trudy Stevens Row 'Il Row 1'l Wava Robinson Larry Stickle Iris Romine Judy Storer Joan Salmon Darwin Stout Not Pictured- 1 Donna Riffle 54 5 R 7 ' as H f ,,,, Nw - .,., S 5 M ....5. Zli Q C A I . cv ii as ggi '-5 2.21 :.-. ..,........ ,, www, L1- W5- 1 E ,- vs 'FKA +1-M wif 2 11 A . as ni :L 5 'wa f"'?,:-Wi 3 ,fr m C ,fs iran 27 TSA xgslfi L may 4. 4: Q, M. r I 9? 'vw 3 ' 1 :L in 3 .. -- M f Slfmm fi '- W V 'iii j k K ,, - 2 1 x -i v ,f if 51- V . I ii fi ? ir, "i l .,-. 5 .,,. yy, , . 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Z 'Flin' ., W 'ff' 0""'e Y e Q2 " ' f Carolyn Williams -- ZX-fii-,, June Winkelman , 1 fft' f ' 2 Bertie Wright new 5 Jerry Wolfe S T k ' Larry Wolfe ' 4 Q Joseph Wollos low 6 lb ..-rr i Leonard Wooles Y tiki Patricia Workman ' f I: 703' if 'if gi: M A ,ifi gs iz 'yyL y yi 1 --gz Row 7 if 3 If - James wfrghf C Lowe" Wrighr Marv Yamrs -vva ' 721' "i-lr-+'j2:QQEE.Ef F .,::.:g, . x Il Eiigiri Robert Young Patricia Zesiger -E, N01 Pictured- Sharon Willingham 55 Naplmlllore Ulm dffivers PHILLIP RICHCREEK JAMES SMITH Presidenf Vice-president SANDY SCAFFIDE MARILYN BOYLING SeCreTary Treasurer Row I Adams Ellen Alban Reese David Alban Row 2 Barbara Allen Dora Allen Neil Allen Row 3 James Amspaugh Jack Anderson Robert Anderson Row 4 Richard Antritt Diane Arledge Larry Armstrong Row 5 Lois Armstrong Glenda Ashenhart Larry Ault Row 6 Robert Bachmann John Bagent Richard Bagent Row 7 Baker Nancy Baker Phillip Janet Baker Row 8 Karl Balser Richard Barr Sterling Bartoe Row 9 Barbara Barton Linda Baughman Judith Baumgardner Row I0 Jerry Beach Richard Beckman Bonna Beeney Row 'll Row 'I Bennett David Bero James Robert Berry Row 2 John Bibart Darl Billingsley Sandy Birkey Row 3 Gail Blakely Suzanne Blamer James Bline Row 4 Joseph Bline Richard Boerstler Carol Boggs Row 5 Gary Bolen Gerald Boring Carolyn Boss Row 6 Don Boyce Carole Boyling Marilyn Boyling Row 7 Nancy Bradshaw Fielding Braffett Ralph Brewer Row 8 Richard Bringardner Douglas Brookhart Bonnie Brooks Row 9 Marcia Brothers Barbara Brown Gary Brown Row 'I0 Kenneth Bryan Barbara Buchanan Richard Burden Row 'l'I Keeneth Beeney Dorothy Bush June Beggs Beth Ann Belter William Butler Marilyn Cameron 57 r. g-ga,-..,: .... f - -ni - . fire : i . 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Diana Douglas Paul Row 3 Cynthia Dowling Dove Elizabeth Dowling Robert Dragics Row 4 Richard Dudgeon Charles Dunlap Jean Row 5 Nancy Dyer Allen Ecleberry Dyar Lola Mae Edgell Row 6 Warren Edman James Edwards Bonita Kay E Row 7 Mary Enich Sandy Eppert Danny Row 8 Anne Evans Susan Everett Pattie gnew Evans Lanny Farley Row 9 Joyce Farmer Frank Farrington Connie Feaster Row 'I0 Larry Fekete William Ferry Judith Fifield Row ll Delbert Fike Larry Finck Marquerite Not Pictured- Raymond Dupree Carolyn Fairburn 58 Fisher Row 'I Vicki Fitzsimons Sue Fortney Diana Foster Row 2 Carole Fox Terry Frame Elizabeth Franklin Row 3 James Frasher Donna Fulk Jack Fulton Row 4 Shirley Fulton Judy Gard Ellamae Garrabrant Row 5 John Garvin Larry Gartner Frances Gaskella Row 6 Saundra Geidenberger David Gelfer Leah Geller Row 7 Paticia Geller Stanley Gibson Dennis Gilbert Row 8 Helen Givens John Glancy Donald Goodin Row 9 Susan Goodwin Robert Gordon Thomas Gough Row I0 Barbara Grady Gary Graham Mark Groban Row 11 Beverly Grove Dale Grove Raymond Grove Not Pictured'- Lawrence Freas Richard Garee Allen Grady Row 'l Shirley Grove Eugene Grover Carol Grumm Row 2 Judy Gutridge Robert Hacker Marilyn Hafler Row 3 Deanna Hannum George Handel Dixie Hannahs Row 4 Barbara Harris Don Harris Gary Harris Row 5 William Harris A Terry Hartshorn Robert Hendren Row 6 John Hendricks Gladys Hensley Catherine Hess Row 7 Janet Hill Alice Hilleary Eleanor Hilleary Row 8 Margaret Hilleary Evan Hotfer Linda Hoffer Row 9 Sydell Hollister Lynda Holtsberry Jean Hone Row 10 Mary Hornyak Roland Householder Ben Houseman Row 'l'l Judy Houseman James Hughes Judy Hughes Not Pictured- Benny Hauman 59 Row I Row 1 Gary Humber? Phyllis Krall Judy Humes Richard Kuninger David Hunt Marilyn Lane Row 2 Row 2 TGVVY l'lU"'lSman Patricia Laugherty 5Ue HUPP Joyce Lawrence Susan HUPP Charles Leighton Row 3 Row 3 June Hutchinson Geoffrey Leister Dick Hyan Art Lewis Steven Inscho Frank Lewis Row 4 Row 4 Keith Irwin Shirley Lightle Diana Jacobs Mary Linn JoAnn Jennings Mary Lippincott Row 5 Row 5 Judy John Carole Livingston William Johns Glenn Livingston Albert Johnson James Livingston Row 6 Row 6 Diana Johnson Judy Loar Jeanefee Johnson Carolyn Lonzo Joyce Jones James Loughman Row 7 Row 7 Roger Jones Margaret Loughman Sharry Jones Marilyn Loughman Joanne Kavalyecz 'luamla Lowery Rgw 8 ROW 8 Charlene Keaser Rfibeff l-Uke Vicki Keck Donald Lusk Ralph Keller Donna Lusk Row 9 Row 9 Gary Kelley Robert McBride Diana Kem Billie McCabe Jacquelyn Ketchum Sandra MCCBVNWY Row I0 Row 'IO Julie Kefner Marib McClain Jean Kelyor Jean McCleary Judiyh Kieber Wayne McClellan Row ll Row 11 Carol Kinney Judith McCoy Eugene Kirkpatrick Jerry McCullough Sue Knepper Brenda McDonald Not Pictured- A Not Pictured- Linda Johnson Jerry Lee 60 Row 'I Rodger McDonald Juliann McDonough Rita McGinnis Row 2 Edward McGlone Sandra McKee Garry McLaughlin Row 3 Joy McPherson Roberta MacTavish Sylvia Maddox Row 4 Saundra Maddux Douglas Mann Gary Maring Row 5 Douglas Mason Barbara Marshall Scott Marzano Row 6 Karen Mason Lena Mathews Leroy Mathews Row 7 Barbara Mears Robert Meisenhelder Julia Mercer Row 8 Judith Merritts Roger Metcalf William Metz ' Row 9 Connie Miller Mary Miller William Mills Row 'IO Roger Mitchell . 1 Mary 'Monroe Judy Moorman Row ll Daniel Moran Melanee Morgan Sandra Morrison Not Pictured- Carol Marquis Joseph Miller Row 1 Darlene Mossman Jerry Neighbarger Carol Nelson Row 2 Jim Nelson Dorothy Nethers Paul Newman Row 3 Richard Norris ' Susan Null Ronald Oakleaf Row 4 Michael O'Brien Donald Occhiuzzi Diana Oder Row 5 Grant Oliver Wilma Oliver Caroline Orr Row 6 Carolyn Orr Larry Orr Sue Orr Row 7 Richard Orr Lynn Oxley Larry Pagel Row 8 Bruce Palmer Patricia Parkhill Nancy Parsons Row 9 Diana Patterson Robert Paublos Arlene Peck Row 'IO Mary Peck James Penick N Peggy Pettibone Row l'l Mary Phares Peter Pharis , M Connie Phillips Not Pictured- Byron Painter 61 y Z Fwy M. we - .. 2 --'-- - . . 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I -1- , .. , 1. give s 'a mi iw.- 1. 4 ii 2 aqigg, za' sein, ,ul an K ,f,,i.W,hy fi y, Row I Kay Phillips William Phillips A Jerold Pickering Row 2 Richard Pimm Mary Piper David Place Row 3 lohn Plants Judson Pomeroy Connie Porter Row 4 Rose Potter Larry Porter June Row 5 Beth Powell Larry Powell Jerry Row 6 Joan Prior Judith Pyle Frank Row 7 Oralee Quigley Thomas Quigley Pound Priest Queen Susan Rada Row 8 Dorothy Ratliff Larry Rayser Linda Rechel Row 'l Phillip Richcreek Linda Ridge Gary Riffle Row 2 Nancy Riffle David Riley Patty Riley Row 3 Larry Ritchey Ralph Roan Beverly Roberts Row 4 Stefanie Roberts Jerry Robinson Robert Robinson Row 5 Kay Rockey Melynda Rockey Sarah Rognon Row 6 Oscar Rollison Carolyn Ropp William Rose Row 7 George Ross Dennis Runkel Janie Saad Row 8 William Saad Sandy Scafficle Gary Scheffer Raw 9 Row 9 Jerry Redman Terry Scheffler Kenneth Reed Judy Shenk Judith Rey Nancy Scrooler Row 'Io Row 10 William Reynolds Ga'Y Scot' Richard man Susan SWE' RMB Rich JUdIfh Serlff Row ll Jerry Richards Row ll William Richards Charles Shannun Renny Richards Robefl Sheets Not Pictured- Sally Shields Linda Redman Row I Row 'l Joan Shinn Pat Stickle Don Shipley Ruth Ann Strawn John Shoults Stephen Street Row 2 Row 2 James Shriner Connie Stricker Ruth Shubirg Karol Strother Jack Shumaker Saundra Strouse Row 3 Row 3 James Simpkins Doris Stump Timothy Sizemore Nancy Sturn Dick Skees Margaret Styers Row 4 Row 4 Rebecca Skeese Suellen Sutphen John Skinner Beth Swan Linda Slay Kay Swart Row 5 Row 5 David Smith Gene Swartz Marleen Smith Gary Swinehart James Smith James Taggert Row 6 Row 6 Mary Smith Ronnie Taggaret Patricia Smith Carol Taylor Richard Snelling Larry Taylor Row 7 Row 7 Harold Snow Blanche Terry Michael Snyder Bonnie Thompson Ronald Somerville Charlene Thompson Row 8 Row 8 Robert Serrell Richard Thompson Julia Soucek Gwen Thropp Roberta Spangler Betty Tingler Row 9 Row 9 Frieda Speaks Alan Tipka David Spense Thomas Toothman David Sperry William Toothman Row 'l0 Row 10 Arlene Spiker Pat Toscano Carleen Spiker Marion Tripp Joanne Spurrier Joe Tucker Row l'l Row 'll Charlene Stalmaker Judy Tulley Janet Stauffer Paul Turner Jayne Steiner Mary Twinem Not Pictured- Not Pitcured- Frances Smiley Tom Trout J 63 Row 1 Suella Unger Larry Urban Row 1 Thelma Williams Ted Williams Louis Vaia Richard Wills Row 2 Row 2 Ruth Vanwy Barbara Wilson Pat Vargo Doug Wilson Phil Vaughn Shirley Wilson Row 3 Saundra Vaughn David Vermillion Row 3 Virginia Wilson Winifred Wilson .loyce Vermillion Janet Winland Row 4 Row 4 Nancy Verway Judy Wirick Charles Vogelmeier Darlene Wisener Juanita Wages Richard Wolfe Row 5 Ray Wallace Richard Wallace Row 5 Bruce Wood Gail Woods Wilma Warman Dennis Woods Row 6 Larry Watson Shalmir Watson Row 6 Phyllis Woodward Richard Woolard Gary Weed Tom Woriman Row 7 Row 7 Charles Wells Barbara Wright Jude Welsh Carol Wright Carol West David Wright Row 8 Row 8 Ronald Wetzel Frank Wright Don Whaley Yvonne Yockey Rey Wirtman Lindel York Row 9 Brad Williams Row 9 James Young Joe Williams Nick Zaras Larry Williams Linda Zeller Row 'IO Row 'IO Rosetta Williams Saundra Williams Not Pictured- Brenda Waddell David Zipperer Frances Black Jean Bowman Not Pictured- Richard Wolever Roosevelt Iunior High School EDITH FLEMING Principal of Roosevelt School B. S., Michigan Slate Normal College M. A., Columbia University JUNE MCKENDRICK Clerk Row 1 Row 'I Linda Anderson Te"Y Holton Ronald Anderson Charles Hells Alvena Bates Robert Hughes Row 2 R 2 Janet Baumgartner Cecil Hyneow Carol Beeney Wayne Isaacs Paulme Bennett Ronald Jackson Row 3 Lloyd Berger Rqw 3 Frances Black A Linda Joh,-,son Pal Elm' Flory Jones Gary Lee Jones Row 4 Marsha Blizzard Walter Bolton Sandra Bonham Row 4 Gary Palmer Jones Douglas Kanuckel Fred Kelley Row 5 John Bradshaw Guy Brown Mary Busch Row 5 Pat Kidd Kathleen Kipley Dyanne Knack Row 6 Larry Carver Sandra Cline Larry Cramer Row 6 Jerry Knappenberger Eugene Knight Row 7 Martha Kraft Jane Davidson Gary Debevoise Jack Dickerson Row 7 Judy Kreager Row 8 Saunclra Laird Linda Lawrence Sharon Dunlap Bruce Edgell Shirley Evans Row 8 Row 9 Dave Leidy Robert Lewis Alyce Factor . Beatrice Franklin Rwhard Long Jerry Fulkerson Row 9 Row 10 Gerald McCann Pat Gamble Mary McCann Diane Glennan Joyce McCleary Julie Goodwin Row 'I'l Row 10 Nancy Guess Nancy McFarland Arlene Hesse Bonnie Macklin Don Holeton Judy Maddox 66 , ...L Row 1 Pamela Maidel Brenda Markle James Miller Row I Linda Smart Sandra Smart Donna Smith Row 2 Sharon Mitchell Pat Montanoro Judy Myers Row 2 Judy Smith Rodney Speck Mary Spence Row 3 Karen Myers Larry Myers Sharon Myers Row 3 Cecil Steele Niles Stuart Bonnie Sunkle Row 4 Eddie Nelson Row 4 Patricia Thompson Sharyn Thompson Mary Lou Timms Sandra Nethers Pam Oldham Row 5 Sharlet Trusler Row 5 Marilyn Parker Mary Jean Parkinson Mariorie Patrick Barbara Trickey Linda Trickle Row 6 Charlene Walker Lyn Wallace Sharon Walsch Row 6 Betty Patrick Thomas Pitcock Patsy Ramlow Row 7 Larry Reynolds Suzanne Richardson James Richey Row 8 Charles Riebesell Larry Ruton Linda Sanders Row 9 Donna Schoffield Mary Lou Seaton Sylvia Shannon Row 10 Frank Sheldon James Simpson William Simpson Row 7 Richard Weidner Mary Jo Wells Robert Wentz Row 8 Earl Whittaker John Whyde John Wiley Row 9 Mary Grace Willey Ann Wilson Nancy Wolfe Row 10 Linda Woolard Carol Wright Virginia Wright Row Il Susan Collis William Mercer Mary Ann Cunningham 67 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Standing, left to right, are officers of the club: Sharyn Thompson, parliamentarian, Judith Myers, music chairman, Martha Kraft, treasurer, Patsy Ramlow, vice president, Flory Jones, historian, Julie Goodwin, secretary, and Mrs. Alspach, sponsor. Seated is Marilyn Parker, president. The Roosevelt chapter of Future Teachers of America, named Futuri Duces Liberorum, was founded March 25, 1954, with tive members. Mrs. Frances Alspach has served as club ad- visor. Each year The club has grown in num- ber. The 1956-57 club has included twenty- four active members of The ninth grade class. Members are assigned as assistants to teach- ers who have guided and encouraged These future Teachers. Many members have as- sisted in actual teaching. Some have helped plan activities with The teachers. Others have shared in play time as supervisors. Many members have already shown outstanding abilities in leadership, understanding, and cooperation. Club members' list includes Mary McCann, Bonnie Sunkle, Melva DoTy, Bonnie Mackln, Kathleen Kipley, Diane Glennan, Judy Mad- dux, Judy Myers, Linda Smart, Larry Myers, James Richey, Marilyn Park-er, Patsy Ramlow, Martha Kraft, Karen Myers, Julie Goodwin, Jane Davidson, Lyn Wallace, Judy Kreager, Linda Saunders, Flory Jones, Sharyn Thomp- son, Sharron Myers, and Ann Wilson. Lincoln junior High School NEIL SPEARMAN Principal of Lincoln School B.S. In Ed., Ohio University M. Ed., Ohio University ANN LEA L Clerk Row 'I Winogene Acton James Athey Michael Barkley Rrow 2 Judy Barrett Loretta Billman Robert Blaho Row 3 Mol ly Bodoh Charles Bowers Jerry Brenheiser Row 4 Thomas Brumage Elmer Burris Horace Campbell Row 5 Richard Charles Harold Clawson Ruth Coffman Row 6 Barbara Conner Terry Cooperider Nancy Crist Row 7 Richard Debevoise Ga ry Dilts Robert Row 8 Connie Dutcher Phyllis Egan Sue Row 9 Loretta Farmer Donald Fee Drake Evans Row 'I Robert Fitch Robert Gabe Dale Rrow 2 Joan Garee Garee Marianna Gaskella Robert Gearhart Row 3 William Gearhart Edward Gosnel Ronald Hawkinson Row 4 Mary Hill Betty Hilleary John Houdeshell Row 5 Joyce Hoy Barbara Hughes Judy ller Row 6 John Jacobs Dolly Jakeway James Johnson Row 7 Linda Keaser Bryan Kincaid Jo Ellen Klein Row 8 Linda Kornbauer Mary Lake Eugene Row 9 Charlotte Lewis Richard Lewis Layton Esther Ferrell Dorothy Loar Row 'I Row I Elizabeth Lobdell John Pickrel John Lowery Gary Pidock Martha McClain William Powell Row 2 Row 2 Richard McClain Barbara Pritt Larry McKee Billie Jean Reck Linda McKibbin Arlene Reinbeau Row 3 Row 3 Richard McMahan Lois Rey Arthur McMullen Michael Rice Carol Martin Earline Sellers Row 4 Row 4 Margaret Martin Donald Smith Mary Kay Meckley Jean Speed Sandra Meyer Dixie Springston Row 5 Row 5 William Milbrandt Judy Stoneburner Edwina Moore Max Swartz Sheryll Morehead Edward Thompson Row 6 Row 6 Donald Morgan Clayton Trager Virgil Morgan Teresa Wagner Carol Myers Ronald Walker Row 7 Row 7 Terry Myers Charles Warden Linda Nagy Edward Walls Jean Norris Joyce Wears Row 8 Row B Carl Oatman Luke Welsh Lee Orr Frank Whitis Peggy Packham Earl Whyde Row 9 Row 9 William Palmer Carol Wilson Mary Payne Jane Ann Wilson Brenda Peck Leo Wilson FUTURE T ACHERS CLUB Standing, back row Gabe, Judy ller, Terese -Molly Bodoh, Mrs. Allison, Janice Wolford, Bob Fitch, Dick Charles, Terry Myers, Bill Powell, Robert Wagner. Second row seated-Nancy Crist, Joyce Hoy, Barbara Hughes, Peggy Packum, Mary Ann Gaskelda. First row-Lois Rey, The Lincoln Junior High Future Teachers Club was organized this year and has received its na- tional charter. There are seventeen charter member who have been assisting the teachers in classroom work from grades one through eight. When teachers have become ill during the day or Charlotte Lewis, Edwina Moore. have had to go to a teachers' meeting, the Future Teachers have taken -over the classes and have done outstanding work. This club has been especially active in the elementary grades. They also sponsored a dance at the school. Mrs. Eleanor Allison is the club adviser. 5 M 1- we 42 if T Q gil S fi M '11 Ki Sharon Janice Kathy Dorothy Winland Wolford Wolford Wright Central Iunior High School LESTER B. COX Principal of Central School A. B., Otterbein College ELEANOR QUEEN Clerk Row I Row 'I Beverly Albes Elizabeth Frye Alfred Ando Carol Fryling John Ankele Robert Gaunder Row 2 Row 2 Jane Ankrum Danna George Janet Ankrum Tanya Goff Jean Arbogast Thomas Gordon Row 3 Row 3 Patricia Arnold Marilyn Ash Margaret Givens Dale Grigsby Marilyn Ashcraft Dale Haley Row 4 Row 4 Leonard Baker Betsy Hamilton Karessa Bare Glenn Barker Luanne Handel Burma Harman Row 5 Row 5 Janice Blacksen Kathleen Harris . Richard Boder Thomas Haney Ben Bodkins Ronald Hoffer Row 6 Row 6 Donnie Bodkins Gary lnlow Rogerette Bowman Charles Boyd Row 7 Ronnie Johns George Johnson Row 7 Carl Braddock Stanley Jones Roger Callentine Richard Cocanour Janice Kemper Stephen Kennard Row 8 Raw 3 Jerry Cotterman Rufh Ki,-,Ser Kafen CO'-'den Harry Klockner Dale Crane Allen Leckrone Row 9 Row 9 Th C . Robert Lederer omas Sam,n"E:roY Richard Leslie Carroll Danielson John Lnsmberger R I0 Row 'IO , , ow . Beth Livingston Ralph Davis Janet Long Thomas Davis Virgene Dowie Row I1 Darla Fluharty Barbara Foster Ronnie Frazier Not Pictured- Ronald Bowman Judith Lord Row 'l Linda Lorenzen Harry Lytle David Marzano Row 2 James Miller Janet Monroe Judith Mount Row 3 Judith Mullenix Beatrice Mullins Patricia Myers Row 4 Carolyn McDowell Molly McLaughlin Dana McQuinn Row 5 Karen Norris Carol O'Brien Karen Oder Row 6 Richard Orr Dale Orris Rodney Osborne Row 7 Robin Pierce James Postelwaite David Powell Row 8 Gladys Purvis Beniamin Rader Rebecca Rader Row 9 Constance Richter Judith Ritchey Thomas Rockey Row I0 Gaylene Rowland Barbara Russell John Salyer Not Pictured- Darrell Metz, Phyllis Munyan, John Penny- baker, Jim Schumaker. Row 'l David Sanor Paul Scanlon Ruth Scheiber Row 2 Cecelia Scott Paul Seabright Marlene Secrist Row 3 Rebecca Shackleford Janice Siegle Linda Sipe Row 4 Daniel Smith Melanie Smith Merle Spicer Row 5 Douglas Stauffer Charlotte Stevens Daniel Stypula Row 6 Carolyn Sunkle Thomas Tucker Robert Upson Row 7 Margie Van Orman Richard Van Winkle Richard Verner Row B Howard Warner David Walker William Weakley Row 9 Thomas Weimer William Willard Kenneth Willey Row 'IO Shiela Williams Kenneth Wilson Phyllis Wilson Row 'll Jerry Wright Delores Young 154211 4 564445 mwwA4a WZ. 3- 6644! WW Q Cfwmdf ,KW fm? WWW' ,Aww wg. s j W? '7M Benjamin Franklin junior High School CHARLES F. GARD Principal of Benjamin Franklin School A.B, Denison University M.A., The Ohio State University RUTH MILLER Clerk Row I John Adcock Darlene Adkins Sierra Allen Row 2 William Anderson Sue Banks Mary Barham Row 3 Janet Barr Bargaret Bevard Olive Boggs Row 4 Christopher Brunner George Burden Elaine Callan Row 5 Helen Chapman Norene Chatterton Charles Clark Row 6 David Clark Joyce Collins James Compton Row 7 Connie Cooksey James Crane Larry Crothers Row I Donald Davis Gary Deckard Darrell Drake Not Pictured- George Balo Row I Judy Duncan Larry Eisman Suzanne Ellis Row 2 Leroy Fletcher Hugh Friel James Hamm Row 3 Earl Harris Linda Harris Ma ry Hoffer Row 4 Jerry Hoy Eddie Hummel Neva Hunt Row 5 Sandra Jeffers Gary Jinks Clarice Jones Row 6 Larry Jones Richard Jones Madeline Keller Row 7 Delores Kerns Carol King Susan Korns Row 8 Iris Greager Phillip Kreager Carl Loudermilk Row 'I Row I Larry Lowery Darlene Simons Connie McCooksey Jerry Skees Eugene McLaughlin Kenneth Skees Row 2 Row 2 Eddie Maharg Ronald Smith Gary Mitchell Sharon Spangler Joe Mitchell Frank Stemm Row 3 Row 3 Douglas Moore John Stevens Lewis Moran Sam Stickle Rhoena Murphy Wilma Swinehart Row 4 Row 4 Brenda Nethers Sandra Talflol' Daphine Norman l-eslle Walden Sha,-on Oakley Carol Wallace R 5 Row 5 I ' l ow Donna Warman V"9'n'a Par' I Beulah Watson Judy mmm Linda Willey Dean Redman Row 6 Row 6 Jack Redman Barbara Williams Don Reel Eddie Williams Kennefh Rice Ronnie Williams Row 7 Row 7 Evelyn Robinson Rgnald Wills ROf1Y1ie Rose Sondra Wlson Arthur Ross Roger Wolfe Row 8 Row 8 Dan 5aYef5 Sandra Yarnelli Sam SCl100ler Wayman Zackary Keifh Sensabaugh Arlan Zimmerman Not Pictured- Barbara Peck FUTURE TEACHERS Row 1-Allan Hauman, secretary, Allen Neighbarger, Elizabeth Queen, librarian, Barbara Jones, Lathie Copeland, .ludee Schaller, Sally Shubirg, Pattie Clawson, Bill Crothers, Thomas Waters. Row 2-Mrs. Monroe, adviser, Jimmy Stafgell, Ronald Smith, Darlene Adkins, Diana Hayes, Patricia Sullivan, treasurer, Linda Harris, John Simons, Richard Mount. Row 3-Bill Anderson, president, Virginia Parr, Barbara Williams, Delores Kerns, vice president, Judy Duncan, Carol King, Elaine Collan, Glenna Pace, Jerry Shonebarger. The recently- organized Future Teachers Club, composed of ten ninth-graders, one eighth-grader, and sixteen seventh-graders, shows great promise for the future in both club members and possible teaching material. Their interests vary from administrative goals to elementary, physical education, industrial arts, etc., with several still undecided as to the field of their specialty. E. H. HECKLEMAN Principal of Woodrow Wilson School A. B., Ohio Wesleyan University M. A., The Ohio State University PAULINE HECKELMAN Clerk Row 1 Edris Adams William Adams Linda Bair Row 2 Janice Barnes Clyde Bartlett Sandra Bell Row 3 Richard Bibart Judy Boyre James Braden Row 4 Ross Bromberg Jack Broseus Barbara Bryson Row 5 Linda Buckey Dan Callentine Rose Carter Row 6 Peggy Chapman Sonya Clark Loyal Cochran Row 7 Mickey Cochran Bruce Conkle Charlene Courson Row 8 Edward Culp Judy De France Jerilyn Drake Not Pictured- James Biddle Alice Bonner Gail Butts Row 'I Sue Drumm James English Carol Evans Row 2 Beth Fluharty Sue Franklin Anita Freytag Row 3 Fred Fryman Thomas Gardner Joseph Goss Row 4 Marilyn Gost Herbert Gregg Raymond Gress Row 5 Neal Hahn Robert Hall Gary Hamer Row 6 Carole Hanshue Larry Harris John Haynes Row 7 Ronald Heft William Heimerl Judy Hephrey Row 8 Connie Hickman Duncan Hinger Anne House Not Pictured- Stanley Deutsch Row 'l Lee Howard Barbara Kennedy Linda Earl Keyes Row 2 King Kay Kinser Barbara Kreider Row 3 Evelyn Lane Douglas LeMasters Vicki Sandra Leslie Row 4 Lukasko Courtland Maple Ronald Marvin Row 5 Richard Mathews Frank Jean Rober Ronald Miller Linda Moore Row 6 Morehouse Maxine McLean Dolores McMurtry Row 7 Nelson Linda Nethers Jack Olpp Row 8 ta Pettet Linda Pickett William Powell Row 1 Edward Pryor Jane Pyle Carol Reid Row 2 Kenneth Renner Carl Rian James Richardson Row 3 Jeffrey Roberts Craig Robertson Judith Smith Row 4 Sharon Smith James Spring Ronald Sfotler Row 5 Charles Sullivan Robert Sursher Kimberly Thompson Row 6 Carolyn Toothaker Sandra Toti Janet Wahl Row 7 Joyce Weakley Tom Whittington Donald Wildman Row 8 Ruth Willoughly Darlene Wills l l Q FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Seated, left to right, Vicki Lukasko, Mrs. Esther R. Smart, sponsor, and Carol Evans. Standing-Carol Reid, Judy DeFrance, Joyce Weakley, Sue Franklin, Sandra Tote, Linda Bair, Edris Adams, Judy Smith, Anita Freytag, Barbara Kreider, linda Pickett, Bill Powell, Carolyn Toothaker, Jane Pyle, Sonya Clark, Dick Bibart, Kim Thompson, Roberta Tettit, Judy Boyer, Clyde Bartlett, Anne House, Mickey Cochran, Ruth Willonghly, Jack Olpp, Carole Hanshue, Jim Barden, Jnm English, Earl Keyes and Standley Deutsch. Not present: Linda Buckey. The Future Teachers Club was organized this year at Wilson School to acquaint students with the opportunities in teaching and to encourage young people to prepare for teaching as a career. One of the proiects we are working on is to assist at noon in the lunch room. A tea was held at the installation ot our ot- ticers and several teachers and pupils gave their ideas ot education and why they wanted to teach. They also stressed high qualities of character, scholarship, and school citizenship. The officers are: President, Dick Bibart, Vice President, Anita Freytag, Secretary, Sandra Tote, Treasurer, Mickey Cochran, Historian, .lane Pyle, Sponsor, Mrs. Carroll D. Smart. 54, D., STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is an organization com- posed of student representatives from the sopho- more, IUYTIOY, and senior classes whose purpose is to discuss matters of importance to the student body, to undertake certain responsibilities in con- nection with the school, to give training in par- liamentary procedure and citizenship, and to build a closer association between the students and the faculty. The activities of this group during the school year have included the awarding of the scholar- ship banner every six weeks to the homeroom having the highest scholastic average, organiz- ing indoor and out-of-door pep rallies, holding red-and-white days, sponsoring dances after the home games, distributing club charters, holding clean-up campaigns, conducting tours for student- council stud-ents from other schools, sending stu- dent council members from Newark High to other schools, sel-ecting and sending Barbara Church and Ed Erick to the State Student Coun- cil Convention, obtaining flags and standards for homerooms, buying and decorating a Christmas tree for the school, helping organized clubs sponsor spring dances, conducting a citizenship campaign program, contracting for various NHS assemblies, helping to restore lost and found articles to their owners, making resolutions con- cerning student concluct, placing a suggestion box in the office for student use, and having planned and, with the help of th-e NHS printing department, having printed the Newark High School calendar of events. Mr. Boyd is the adviser of the this group. The officers were as follows: Michael Claggett, pres- ident, James Spangler, vice-president, Sylvia Coyle, secretary, Sandra lmhoff, treasurer. There were 37 members this year. 5, Mimi? S5 LOS COMPADRES The purpose o fthe l957 Spanish Club was to 'Furnish its members with a broader understand- ing ot the language by studying about the cus- toms and culture of the Spanish and Mexican people. The Spanish Club met with the German and French Clubs for a combined Christmas party and a few other meetings were held during the year. The club is composed of both juniors and seniors. The officers elected for the year wer-e Joe Howarth, president, Charlotte Miller, vice- presidentg Gretchen Radar, secretaryg and Jake Laeuter, treasurer. The club adviser was Miss Ann Rodgers. 86 .riff l GERMAN CLUB Der DeuTsche Verein has been organized This year under The supervision of Miss Ingeborcl Rodeman and is composed of Twenfy-Thr-ee mem- bers. The officers for This year were as follows: Fred Ulrich, president Joanne Mefcalf, vice-presi- denfg Sue Lyfle, secreTary, and Judy TronsTein, Treasurer. The club hasn'T been Too acfive This year buT has parficipafed in a few evenTs. On November T4 They held a picnic aT Mound- builder's Park. A buffef supper was held in The music building on December ll, which was a combined affair wiTh The French and Spanish Clubs. During The firsT parf of May, a picnic was held aT Buckeye Lake aT The home of Freida Heid. The meeTings of The Der Duefsche Verein were held on The firsT and fourth Tuesday of The monfh. These meeTings were not resTricTed To sTudenTs Taking German, buT were open To any other in- Teresfed sTudenTs. 87 LES COPAINS FRANCAIS This year The French Club was noT as acTive as in pasT years. AlThough There were no regu- lar meeTings, There were four organizaTion meeT- ings To plan Three successful affairs during The school y-ear. On SepTember T8 aT one o'clock, French sTu- denTs gaThered To elecT officers for The forTh- coming year, AlThough many were nominaTed, four were elecTed afTer long consideraTion. Nick Markis as presidenT led The organizaTion wiTh Georgia Zaras as vice-presidenT, Mary RuTh Keller as secreTary, and William Myers as Treasurer. The members unanimously chose Les Copains Francais for The name of The club. On SepTember The newly elecTed officers meT wiTh Miss Rodgers, Their club adviser, To discuss The year's program. The officers wiTh Miss Rodgers's help planned Their parT in The geT- acquainTed picnic aT Moundbuilder's Park wiTh The Spanish club. On November 26 French, Spanish, and Ger- man club officers meT wiTh Their adviser To plan The annual ChrisTmas parTy. Through The efforTs of Miss Rodgers and Nick Makris The clubs were able To obTain The Music Building on December i8 for The occasion. Various commiTTees were chosen for The ChrisTmas parTy. During The week preceding ChrisTmas, The language clubs gaThered for This parTy. A delicious poTluck sup- per was served, and afTerwards each club sang ChrisTmas carols in iTs own language. A small group gaThered informally around The piano To lisTen To and To sing popular songs. LaTer in The spring iunior members of The French club gave a farewell picnic To The gradu- aTing seniors. The French club This year had a membership of forTy-seven members. 88 SALES ORGANIZATION During the football season the Sales Organi- zation, under the supervision of Edward Stradley, had charge of all refreshments at White Field. Pupils wishing to learn something about sales work received some practical experience in this activity. Most of the stud-ents were compensated on an hourly basis, while a few worked on a commission. Th-e proceeds of the organization are used for various school functions. This year the Debate Club has received som-e financial aid to help it in its worthwhile program. At the present time a student handbook is bing made which will help pupils become better informed about our high school courses. Funds from the Sales Or- ganization will pay for the publishing of these handbooks. 8 The program of Future Teachers Association are varied every meeting, but all pertain to a phase of teaching. There have been programs given by different teachers of various subi-ects. Other meetings have been composed of panels which discussed teaching. FTA The FTA officers were Judy Pierson, president Jo Ann Harper, vice presidentg Rosilie Rizzo secretary, and Barbara Drumm, treasurer. Mrs Kauber acted as adviser for the club. On March T2 each member went to an ele mentary school to observe methods of teaching 90 KEY CLUB The Key Club of Newark High School enjoyed one of iTs mosT successful years. ForTy members were acTive in The club, which meT aT 7:30 The firsT and Third Wednesday of each monfh in The HealTh Room. The officers for The year were Brooke Baker, presid-enT, Dave Brooks, vice presidenT, Ernie Kuhn, secreTary, Lee Kennedy, Treasurer, Willy Thomas, chaplain, and Tip Franklin, The LT. Governor of our disTricT. Ad- visers were Mr. Jack Hale of The school faculTy and Mr. Joe Calbeck of The Kiwanis Club. ln addiTion To The officers, each member was on a special commiTTee. These commiTTees helped To plan The various proiecfs. The Key Club served as ushers of The home fooTbalI and baskeTball games. Anofher very imporTanT function of The club was planning The Career-Day program. Every Monday Two mem- bers of The club aTTended The dinner meeTing of Kiwanis Club. In addiTion To These acTiviTies The Key Club had many varied programs and speak- ers. Every year The Key Clubbers enioy Two main convenTions: The DisTricT and The NaTional. 91 LIBRARY CLUB The officers of Library Club were Sandra lm- hoff presidenT- Judy Groves was secreTar 1 1 V Y' Treasurer. The adviser of This club is Miss Dorn, who is The librarian of The Newark High library. The girls in This club all work in The library a pe- riod a day. As a library assisTanT, Their duTies are working aT The desk, checking books in and ouT, sTraighTening The book shelves, keeping magazines up-To-daTe, and decoraTing The bul- leTin boards suiTably Tor each monTh or special occasions. Candy sales have been held To raise money Tor special acTiviTies which did noT come under The sanction of library Tunds. S ASTRONOMY CLUB The Astronomy Club was a new club at NHS this year. It was composed of approximately fourteen members. The aim of the club was to promote interest and study in astronomy. The regular me-etings wer-e held in the library. Many interesting programs were given including talks by guest speakers and club members. Trips were taken to places ot astronomical interest in- cluding the Perkins Observatory. Officers this year were David Smith, presi- dent, George Dell, vice-president, and Marierie Morgan, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Virgil Ashcratt was the faculty adviser. 93 VISUAL SERVICE CLUB The Visual Sevice Club, under The guidance of Mr. RoberT Rose, had forTy-Two members. ITs of- ficers, Durward Jones, presidenT, Dale Henry, vice-presidenT, RoberT Asbell, secreTary, and David Lewis, Treasurer, helped in The Training of fourTeen new operaTors and To uphold The aim of The club, which is To be of service To The school and communiTy. The club has a poinT sysfem by which mem- bers can earn cerTificaTes and a leTTer. AfTer The firsT eighT hours of films shown by a member, he receives an operaTor's cerTificaTe. This year when an operaTor has acquired TOO poinTs by The showing of various films, he will receive a leT- Ter "N." In November The club had a guesT speaker, Mr. Laird, The counTy game proTecTor, who Talked on his occupaTion and openings in his field. 94 DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The Distributive Education Club of Newark High School is a vocational organization, open to the young people in the country who are be- ing trained in salesmanship and other phases of distribution on a co-operative work-study basis in the high school, planned to broaden the oc- cupational horizons for young men and women in this field. This year the Distributive Education Club has conducted several tours to local business estab- lishments to study various phases of work in local stores-listened to various speakers regard- ing segments of work in the Distributive occupa- tions-conducted a fire extinguisher sale and candy sale-conducted the publicity and ticket sales for the Thespian Troupe No. 1273 of New- ark High School-sponsored a Golddigger's Ball- and held their annual employer-employee ban- quet in appreciation for the co-operation and as- sistance of our local merchants. There are twenty-two members of the Distri- butive Education class this year, and their of- ficers are as follows: Larry Stalnaker, president, Ruth Bradley, vice-president, Alice Ogle, secre- tary, George Daugherty, treasurer. Mr. Bernard Nye was the faculty adviser for this year. 95 HI-Y Included in the Hi-Y activities this year was a Officers were Bob Asbell, presidentg Charles dance which it sponsored. It had two trips to Schonhar, vice presidentg Connie Porter, secretaryg the YMCA camp in Columbus. Members sold Larry Ashcraft, treasurerg and Ronnie Boylan, pennants for several games. chaplain. Mr. Robert Deafenbaugh was the The club held the fall District Hi-Y Conference faculty adviser. last October. 96 THESPIAN TRGUPE This year has been a rather busy one for the actors ot NHS. They produc-ed two three-act and Three one-act plays. The three-act plays included Sinister House, with an all-girl cast, and Onions in the Stew, which was produced in co-operation with the Senior Class. The one-act plays include "Birthday ot the Infanta," "Nobody Sleeps," with an all-sophomore cast, and "The Death of the Hired Man." "Nobody Sleeps" was also done a second time for the PTA Council. "The Death of the Hired Man" was the selection for the Ohio High School Speech League Dramatics Festival. At the time of this writing there are eleven new students qualified for membership in the troupe. 97 DRAMATICS CLUB The DramaTics Club was formed This year under The supervision of Mr, RoberT C. Hughes for Those who were infer-esfed in The drama and have noT enough poinTs for The National Thespian Troupe. Poinfs Towards Thespian mem- bership are given for acTing and sfage crew work. Honor Dramafics members are Those vviTh over five Thespian poinTs. Officers were Barbara Campbell, presiclem, Emilie Neff, vice-presiclenfg Nancy Grove, secre- Tary, and Connie Collins, Treasurer. 93, RADIO CLUB This year The Radio Club was reorganized under The supervision of Mr, John DeTTre, a for- mer announcer Tor WCLT. Under The new sysTem, prerequisiTs Tor mem- bership are That The sTudenT wriTe a Tive-minuTe TeaTure and Two one-minuTe commercials. To re- main in The club, members musT earn a ToTal of Ten radio club poinTs, five a semesTer. Poinfs are given Tor boTh wriTing and announcing. The Radio Club sponsored Two TifTeen-minuTe shows each week. The old Newark Hi-Time with a revamped TormaT was presenTed each Friday aT 2:30. lncluded as regular feaTures were a round-up of weekly news, a preview of coming evenTs, a special TeaTure, and a philoso- phy. Hi-Time presenTed sTudenT opinions and high school news To The public. The second Club show was Inside Newark CiTy Schools on which Mr. DeTTre visiTed inside The classes and Talked To sTuden'rs, Teachers, and adminisTraTors. Officers for The club were Connie STrouse presiclenrp Joanne McCleary, vice presidenT, Leeann Lucas, secreTary, and Sally Loughman, Treasurer. 99 SCIENCE The Science Club this past year was composed of approximately forty members who attended courses in biology, physics, and chemistry. The club was broken up into Three sections-chem- istry, physics, and biology-each which were re- sponsible alternately for several programs. These programs included three outside speakers, several interesting films, and talks given by mem- bers of the club on various subiects, CLUB The group met during the first and third Mon- days of each month. They sponsored Science Day and aimed to further interest in science gen- erally. Officers were Charles Rogers, executive pr-esi- dentg Richard Conner, departmental vic-e-presi- dent, Bruce Wood, departmental vice-president, and Richard Hoback, departmental vice-president. Mr. P. G. Steinberger was faculty adviser. 100 COLLEGE CLUB The College Club for The Third sTraighT year was open To boTh iunior and senior sTudenTs. The purpose of The organization was To aid sTudenTs in selecTing a college and The courses ThaT They wished To sTudy. This year club members heard inTeresTing in- TormaTion abouT The following universiTies and colleges: NorThwesTern UniversiTy, Ashland College, Miami UniversiTy, Bowling Green STaTe UniversiTy, Hiram College, Oberlin College, UniversiTy of CincinnaTi, Kenyon College, WesT- ern Reserve, Findlay College, and Ohio NorTh- ern. A movie enTiTled "Th-e ST. Johns STory" was also shown. Miss Nina Keckley was The adviser Tor The club and Mr. Duane Dawley was her assisTanT. OT- ficers were as follows: Theodore Benson, presi- denT, Nancy Jon-es, secreTary, and James Hanes, Treasurer. 101 HI - C CLUB The Hi-C Club met once a month, advised by Mrs. Fleeta Dickerson. The club's aim was to bring Scripture readings and prayers to the stu- dents every morning over the public address sys- tem. Forty-seven members belonged to the club. The programs of the club included speakers of various organizations and churches of Ne W.. ark and the surrounding communities. Reverend C. M. Pomeroy of the First Baptist Church spoke to the club on December 18, Lieutenant Barr of the Salvation Army on February T93 The officers were as follows: Diane McFar- land, president, Judson Pomeroy, vice-president, Harold Heightshoe, secretary-treasurer. SENIOR Y-TEENS The proiects of Senior Y-Teens this year have been Thanksgiving baskets for four needy fam- ilies, Christmas baskets for the county home, Pinkie Puppets for children at Newark Hospital, a balloon day for Polio campaign, a dance on April 6. Candy sales were held all year to raise money pom-poms were made for all basketball games, and a float was entered in the United Appeals Parade. The Senior Y-Teens, aided by the Junior Y- Teens, held a formal initiation for all new mem- bers of the Y-Teens organizations. The officers of this club are Barbara Church, president, Linda Lusetti, vice-president, Pat Kun- kle, secretary, Gloriann O'Brien, treasurer, and Miss Williams, adviser. T 103 JUNIOR Y-TEENS The proiecTs of This club have been a dance in November, selling popcorn balls To aid The STarlighT Class, buying books T-or The STarlighT Class, and making Pinkie PuppeTs for The hos- piTal. Penney Kennedy was senT as The Junior repres-enTaTive To The NaTional YWCA convenTion. This meeTing was held in WashingTon and New York from November ll To November 17. The Junior Y-Teens were in charge of The Tea which was held after The formal iniTiaTion aT The FirsT MeThodisT Church. The officers of The Junior Y-Teens were JaneT Cunningham, president Penney Kennedy, vice- presid-enT, Suzanne Humes, secr-eTary, Linda Mar- Tin, Treasurer, and Miss Headlee, adviser. 104 qw SOPHOMOBE Y-TEEN S This is the first year that the sophomores have been organized into separate Y-Teen club. This reorganization has limited the activities for this year. Their projects have been helping two needy families at Christmas, a dance held on March 22 with the co-sponsorship of the Key Club, and Pinky Puppets for the children at New- ark Hospital. The officers were Gail Woods, president, Mary Twinem, vice-president, Julia Mercer, sec- retary, Jeanne McCleary, treasurer, and Miss Morris, adviser. Mary Twinem was the sophomore Y-t-een rep- resentative to the National YWCA Convention at Washington and N-ew York. 105 BUSINESS STAFF Y The Business Staff, which consisis of sfudenls who are inferesled in seeing poTenTial advertisers for The Reveille annual, was responsible for The financing of The year book. Conlacfs made by 106 These sluclenls gave Them invaluable experience in meeling many Types of people in The business world. Mr. George Sloeckmann functioned as olireclor of and adviser To This group, RGCM AGENTS Each year two students from each room are chosen to serv-e as room agents The oluty of these agents is to collect subscriptions' for the Reveille annual. Mr George Stoeckmann supervised the group in this activity. PATRON STAFF Since i949 The Pairon STaff, organized To aid The Reville Business in financing The Reveille Annual, has increased The Annual's budgef Through Their eTforTs. The members are given names of Newark's ciTizens who they see personally. Names of conTribuTors are placed on The PaTron page. Mr, George SToeckrnann served as club adviser again This year. WM ORCHESTRA The Newark High School String Orchestra, under The direction of Norbert P. Kraemer, ex- perienced great advancement since the begin- ning of the autumn semester in 1956. The orchestra started with a week of fundamental string theory and Then, as a group, met The first period every morning to develop into a fine musical body. Several first violinists were chosen to play in the annual concert of the Ohio State University String Festival held early in December. For the first time in many years Newark High School had an orchestra represented in The An- nual Christmas Music Program. They played a Christmas hymn and the favorite of young peo- ple, Haydn's ChiIdren's Toy S-ymphony. In February 1957 again the orchestra excelled when two-thirds of its members performed in the Ohio Wesleyan University Music Festival Symphony Orchestra. This experience, along with a very enioyable week-end on a college campus, proved its worth when the orchestra met again and realized how much inspiration they had gained from the concert. The orchestra was heard again for the Bac- calaur-eate Service in June when it played for pre-graduation ceremonies. 109 CHOIR AND GLEE CLUB The Glee Club and Choir, which are two dif- ferent organizations, have been directed for the first time this year by Mr. Wayne Thomas. The Glee Club consisted of 120 girls while the Choir was made up of ninety girls and boys. Both groups had a very active season this year. The Glee Club participated in such events as the Christmas concert held in the Music Build- ing on December 16. Shortly following that date the group presented on December 21 a Christ- mas assembly for the school and also recorded several Christmas carols for WCLT. These girls then sang in th-e District Band, Orchestra, and Choir Contest, which was held in Newark at C-entral Junior High School on March 23. Com- pleting their season the group sang in the spring concert, which was held on May 2 and 3. Beginning their season the Choir sang a Christ- mas service at the Second Baptist Church on De- cember 9. The group also sang in the Christmas concert on December l6. The ensemble then sang at the YMCA on YMCA Sunday and at Trin- ity Episcopal Church for the service of the Lick- ing County PTA Council celebration on Founders Day. The group also participated in the District Band, Orchestra, and Choir contest and the spring concert. Closing the year the Choir sang for Baccalaureate. 110 BAND The Newark High School band under the di- rection of Myron Pearce and associate director Thomas Bynum has taken part in a great many activities at Newark High School this year. The high-stepping marchers added to the pleasure of the football games and our school pep rallies. Among the many other activities the band played for The United Appeals parade on Octo- ber 7, the Fun Fest parade held on October 31, and the Santa Claus parade on November 26. The band also held its annual Tag Day on De- cember 1 to help buy new equipment and spon- sor bus trips for band members. On March 9 members of the band took part in the District No. 7 Solo and Ensemble contest held at Mansfield, Ohio. Out of twenty-four en- tries they received twelve first ratings and twelve second ratings. On March 23, a total of 2,551 students took part in the district No. 7 band and chorus contest held in Newark. On April 27, the class A-1 band and chorus state finals were held in Newark. The eleventh annual Spring Concert, held April 3, 4, and 5, highlighted the band's year of work. April 13 found the band entering the state finals for Solo and Ensembl-e Contests at Mus- kingum College. The band also entered the band festival held in Mansfield on May 17 and 18. At the close of school, the band participated in the commencement exercises. 11 I DEBATE Debate was organized on a different basis this year from what it had been in the past. No credit was offered, however, the group received an NFL charter. Susan Celho was president of the NFL chapter locally, Joanne Metcalf was sec- retary, and Mr. T. Edwyn Dickerson was adviser and coach. Members of the chapter and of the various debate squads were as follows: Susan Coelho, Garry Cochenour, Sally Plummer, and Barbara Campbel made up the varsity team. Sen- ior debaters fthose with at least two years of experiencel were Gary Dudgeon, Joanne Met- calf,,Suzanne Humes, and Su-e McDonald. Sopho- more debaters, neophyte members, were Nancy Skinner, Joanne Day, Bruce Palmer, William Coelho, Thomas Leighton, William Toothman, Patty Smith, and Judy Cunningham. , On November 3 the sophomore squad opened the season successfully by winning a novice tournament at Columbus East High School with a record of five and one. 112 On December l local debaters revived the Newark tournament which had not been held since November 5, l949. Eleven teams includ- ing Newark participated. Newark entered its second team only. Dayton Chaminade won the A division and Dayton Fairmont, the B. Local students served as time-keepers. On December 7 at the Ohio State Debate Clinic, the locals won ten debates and lost two. On January 5 the Dickersonmen brought home a tive-and-seven overall record from Marysville. The A team had four wins and two losses, but the B team had a one-won five-lost record. On January T2 Newark narrowly missed winning the trophy given at the Springfield debate tourna- ment as the B team piled up a five-win one-loss and the A team a tour-win two-loss record. Also at this meeting Barbara Campbell in girls' extern- poraneous speaking, Garry Cocher.our and Gary Dudgeon in boys' extemporaneous speaking, DEBATE Sally Plummer in oratorical declamation, and Joanne Metcalf in dramatic declamationwall re- ceived a good rating. At the Canton McKinley tournament on Jan- uary l9, N-ewark's A aggregation won four and lost two, while the B group copped five and lost one. On January 26 the Newark group traveled to Middletown High School where they placed second in tournament competition with four wins and two losses. On February 2 one group of debaters at- tended an invitational debate tournament held at Heidelberg College. Here the A squad split their efforts to acquire a record of three-three. On the same day another group journeyed to Dayton where the A team made a one-won five- lost record and the C team a three-three split. On February 9 Sally Plummer, Barbara Camp- bell, Garry Cochenour, and Susan Coelho made a five-won one-lost record to capture the A trophy given by Delaware Willis High School. The A-2 team had a one-won five-lost record and the B team a three-three split, February T6 was a bad day for Newark when the locals suffered four losses to two wins at the Massillon tourna- ment. Newark closed out its regular season on Feb- ruary 22 when debaters took third place in the Ohio High School Speech League tournament held at The Ohio State University. At this meet- ing, moreover, Nancy Skinner won first place in extemporaneous speaking. On March 4 and 5 at the University of Dayton, Newark ended its debate season in the National Forensic League district tournament. The varsity record was five wins and three losses. This record, however, was not good enough for the team to qualify in the state meet. Nevertheless, Nancy Skinner and Suzanne Humes qualified for girls' extemporaneous speaking. At the state meet at OSU on March T5-T6, Newark was bumped in opening rounds, Nancy Skinner and Suzanne Humes were Newark's en- trants in girls' extemp. 113 HONOR SOCIETY Twenty-five girls and fifteen boys w-ere elected to the Honor Society, which is sponsored by Miss Florence Boyd. The members were selected from the senior class on the basis of a good rep- utation and an average of 3.3 covering seven semesters. The faculty committee which chose the group is composed of Miss Boyd, Miss Keck- ley, Mr. Boyd, Mr. Kingery, Mr. Dickerson, and Mr. Stoeckmann. Mrs. James Wycker spoke at the annual recog- nition assembly which was held March 28 in the auditorium. The banquet was held at the Manor House on April 24. Officers for this year were as follows: Alice Danford, president, Fred Pryor, vice-president, Clara Taylor, secretary, Patricia Denney, treasurer. Wk 114 P.T. . Note: Teachers occupy the first and second rows. This year's enrollment in the Parent-Teachers Association was higher than in previous years with a total of 696 members. Officers were Mr. James R. McMillin, president, Mrs, Earl Humes, first vice president, Mr. Frew C. Boyd, second vice president, Mrs. Jack Prior, secre- tary, Miss Doris Olpp, treasurer. Committee chairwomen were Mrs. Thomas Rogers, pub- licity, Mrs. Garmon Conaway, representative to the P.T.A. Council, Mrs. Wilbur Eis, mem- bership and room mothers, Mrs. Glen Pryor, hospitality, Mrs. Gail Piper, magazine, Mrs. Arthur Tronstein and Mrs, Jesse Cartnal, blood program co-chairwomen, Mrs. Wayne Clag- gett, scholarship, and Mrs. Orville Stevens, historian. The Association held meetings in October, November, February, and April. The high- light of the year's work was the October meet- ing which featured a back-to-school program for parents. This gave parents a chance to meet and talk with their children's teachers. The basic aim of the NHS P.T.A. unit is to promote the welfare of students in the home, school, church, ancl community. 5 u t-' in if 1957 7 Ka Q ne lznrdwfff The Class of 1957 is the one hundredth to graduate from Newark High School since the school system was organized under the Akron Law. On February 28, 1848, persons interested in education met and resolved to organize the Educational Society of Newark Township. On July 11, 1848, a committee was appointed to circulate a petition to extend the Akron Law to Newark. On August 12, 1848, the first board of education was selected. School started in September of 1848 under the aegis of the new organization with the school year 1848-1849 being the first in the present scheme of things. It was not until 1853, however, that Newark High School, then located in old Central House on West Church Street, had its first graduate. She was Anna Dille. According to the manuscript of record, which is on file in the office of the superintendent of schools, there were no graduates in 1854, in 1857, in 1867, or in 1875. By ap- plying arithmetic calculations the staff arrived at the year 1957 as the one hundredth. Undoubtedly there were graduates from Newark schools of a sort before 1849, however, these made their exit from schools different in organization from the current system and therefore cannot be con- sidered numerically in the current recognition. V XJ 12 ' W imxwf.-Maw N X A -A f QZZLZZW Ma. E04frf4laz1A Zizeqeaaofj ufdfnaanife. Sluclenh ,flwkin fwffwfw lad gap 4 wef-Wznecflfze Baical aliffze Make? Jfilflfzalline Unch! '7fza4e Jaan polio dfzah ! Well---Ad 4wwh-Jq. 8 In the evening of October 12 Barbara Church was crowned Homecoming Queen. She was attended by Sharon Mount, Joanne Metcalf, Diane Cartnal, and the Maid of Honor, Virginia Wisener. The crown was Placed and the traditional kiss bestowed by Student Councii President Mike Claggett. Seniors won the first prize for their float, sophomores, second, iuniors, third. The theme of the affair was "Pigskin Panorama." The 'Cats defeated the Bobcats by a score of 19 to 7. HOMECOMING HOMECOMING DANCE During the evening of October 13, in the high school gymnas- ium, in a setting ot red and white, Barbara Church was again crowned Queen ot the Home- coming, this time by Jim Brene- man. Football players escorted the queen and her attendants to the throne for the regal duties. Sharon Mount was escorted by James Tyrer, Joanne Metcalf, by Fred Ulrich, Diane Cartnal, by Lee Kennedy, and Virginia Wis- enter by Fred Pryor. Music was furnished by Randy Nelson and his orchestra. fbanna Km, cw hm della! fm pmww' N045 dfucfenfd ayfe madfeafziece al eafumlud of gina 141114 121 Nancy Grove, Joan Canter, Barbara McKim, Jackie Ketchum, Sharon Mount, and lkneelingj Gail Boyer. The corpse and only male in the cast is sometmes known as Jeff Coelho. In the evening of November lo the Thespian Troupe presented its first play of the current season. lt was entitled The Sinister House and was directed by Mr. Robert Hughes. The corpse was played with great zest by Jeff Coelhog otherwise the cast was composed en- tirely of girls. The cast was Nancy Grove as Miss Hepzibahg Joan Canter as Ruth Lacey, Barbara McKim as Mrs. Dirksg Jackie Ketchum as Edith Burkeg Sharon Mount as Miss Hueyg Gail Boyer as Dr. Maude Garrettg Susan Coelho as Jennie Laceyg Mary Ann Enich as Midge Towerg Nat- ialie Art as Marthag Barbara Campbell as Madame Celeste Morayg Diana Douglas as Tony Trent. Judy Grove was assistant di- rector and James Reed was stage manager. gi? nkecdll 14 fillle Jhaigfxlea, pleaie, lvan and 76p THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS In the evening of March 15 a new departure from the routine business of presenting plays was made when Thespians presented an evening of three one-act plays. They were "The Birthday of the lnfanta," "Death of the Hired Man," and "Nobody Sleeps." Upper left f"Birthday of the lnfanta"l Jerry Lee Cin darkj, Jeff Coelho, Jud- son Pomeroy, Cynthia Dowling, Susan Null, Diana Kerns, Nancy Grove, Joyce Eifinger, Miriam Kuster, Mary Ann Enick, Larry Bryson. Upper right Q"Nobody Sleeps"J Joyce Vermillion, Mary Phares, Judy Cunningham, Jack Shumaker, Jackie Ketchum. Lower left l"Death of the Hired Man"D Harold Clawson, Joanne Metcalf, Barbara McKim, Gary Rehbeck. Lower right fDirectorsJ Susan Coelho, Mr. Robert Hughes, Judy Grove. 1956 BAND CONCERT Myron A. P-earce's tenth band concert was held from April 11 Through April 13, 1956, with two matinees in the afternoon of April 11 and 12. Mr. Pearce was assisted by Mr. Don Black. John Anderson helped the audi- ence read their programs. The program was held in the Music Building. Before the concert band entered the hall, the Beginner's Band, the Cadet Band, and the Junior Band played. A hit-parade number served as the theme song for the Concert Band. lt was "The Poor People of Paris." immediately the band launched into the program proper with "Burst of Flame," Bowles, "Allerseelen," Struass, "Cornish Rhapsody," Bennett, with David Pat- terson as piano soloist, "The Nutmegger's March," Osterling, "Colorama," Yoder, "Blue Mist," Osterling, "Goofin'," Baroni, "Ameri- can Folk Suit," Walters, "Throughout the Air," Damm, with David Smith as piccolo soloist, "Sandpaper Ballet," Anderson, featuring the drum section, "Trombones Triumphant," Kel- ler, featuring trornbones and baritones, and "Stars and Stripes Forever," Sousa. The pro- gram ended with the replaying of the theme song. Sealed in front-Francis Moore. Row 'I-John Anderson, Janet Duff, Mary Ann Vogelmeier. Row 2-Mr. Hughes, Alrene Lane, Marcia Boell, Herb Koehler, Nancy Shannon, Gary Krieder, Ronald Cunningham. Row 3-Kirby Gull, Linda Flannigan, David Boyce, Ruth Ann Null, Margaret Lusk, Gary Brookhart, William Offenbaker, Charles Coulellier, Mariorie Lusk, Marilyn Bodoh, Peggy Mohler, Carolyn Layman, Marilyn Myers, Stan Drozdowski, Wil- liam Bouloh. SENIOR - THESPIAN PLAY For The firsT Time in The memory of local school hisTorians, The senior play of 1956 was nof aciually Termed The senior play. Mem- bers of The Thespian Troupe had To be called upon To fill ouT The casT, consequenTly Mr. Hughes called iT The Senior-Thespian Play. The play, The Remarkable Incident at Car- son Corners, by Reginald Rose, was presenied in The school audiTorium in The evenings of May 4 and 5. CasT of The play was as fol- lows: William Offenbaker, Mr. Kovalesky, Gary BrookharT, Dr. Caldw-ell, MargareT Lusk, Mrs. Caldwell, Marilyn Myers, Susan Cald- well, John Anderson, Mr. WrighT, Janef Duff, Mrs. WrighT, Carolyn Layman, ElizabeTh Wrighr, RoberT Hughes CThe direcTor7, Mr. Mc- Ginnis, Ronnie Cunningham Cwho passed away laTer in The same monThi, Bill McGinnis, STanley Drozdowski, Bob McGinnis, David Boyce, Mr. Prince, RuTh Ann Null, Mrs. Prince, William Bodoh, Tommy Prince, Herb Koehler, Mr. Woodbridge, Marcia Boell, Mrs. Wood- bridge, Nancy Shannon, Alice Woodbridge, Kirby Gull, Mr. Rogers, Linda Flannigan, Mrs. Rogers, Gary Kreider, Joey Rogers, Mary Ann Vogelmeier, Miss Frank, Charles CouTellier, BerT Hendricks, Marilyn Bodoh, Carol, Mariorie Lusk, JaneT, Peggy Mohler, Margie, and Fran- csi Moore, PainTer. Clirancis Moore died from injuries received in an auTomobile accidenT wiThin a yeari. 1956 CHOIR CONCERT Under the baton of Wendell M. Jones, di- rector, the Newark High School Concert Choir presented its sixteenth annual concert in the high school music hall at 8:15 p.m. in the eve- ning of May 17 and 18. Janet Piper was ac- companist and Linda Hornung, assistant. Jackie Goodwin was mistress of ceremonies. The program was opened with the theme song, "America the Beautiful," by Hone, fol- lowed by the national anthem. Th-e program continued with "Gloria" from Twelfth Mass by Mozart, "Breath of God," by Sateren, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach. Flutist was Joan Canter. The second group opened with a solo, "La Donna Mobile" from Rigolettto by Verdi, sung by Tim Morehouse. The chorus sang "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" by Berlin. The Girls Chorus next sang "Jesus Our Lord We Adore Thee" by James. "The Bells" by Rachmaninoff-Lorenz was the last number in Group ll. The third group consisted of a solo, "My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice" from Samson and Delilah, Saint-Saens, sung by Janet Piper, "Out of the Depths," James-Welkes, "Roadways," Clark, sung by the Boys Chorus, "Nocturne" Curran, sung by the Girls Chorus, a duet, "Deep in My Heart Dear" from the Student Prince, Romberg, sung by Jacqueline Good- win and Tim Morehouse. Group lV featured a solo "Homing," Del Riego, sung by Gene Loar, "Where E're You Walk" from Semele, Handel, and "Caro Mio Ben," Giordani, sung by Mr. Theodore Brad- shaw of the Class of 1952. Mr. Pearce directed the opening number of the fifth group with American Panorama, Williams, "Come to the Fair," Martin, and "A Little Close Harmony," O'Hara. The sixth group included "lnto the Night," Edward, sung by Willi Green, "Lullaby," Mozart, "Hallelujah" from the Messiah, Handel, "Benediction," Lutkin, and "Sevenfold Amen," Stainer. The Alma Mater, directed by Janet Piper, closed the program. BACCALAUREATE Th e processional, "March Triumphant," Herturth, accompanied the Class of T956 to their places in the high school auditorium at two-thirty in the afternoon of .June 3. They were escorted by Barbara Church and Sylvia Coyle. The Reverend Charles M. Pomeroy of the First Baptist Church gave the Invocation, Benediction, and main address. The subiect of his sermon was "A Bag with Holes." The choir under the direction of Wendell M. Jones sang "Breath of God," Sateren, and "Deem- ster," Owen. Aft-er the service the Class left the auditorium to the strains of "March Re- cessionalf' Rousseau. Ushers from the junior class were William Acklin, Brooke Baker, Michael Claggett, Fred Pryor, James Spangler, Ronald Swart, Ralph Utterback, and David Wilkin. SENIOR CLASS PICNIC ln The Top phoTo Sharon and The girls Talk over maTTers wiTh Mrs. RexroTh aT The senior class picnic on June 6 aT The SunseT Club. In The boTTom shoT we find ThaT everyThing- or should iT be everybody?-ThaT goes up musT come down. COMMENCEMENT The ninety-ninth Commencement was held in the evening of June 7, l956, at White Field, at six-fifteen o'clock. The weather was perfect and The setting beautiful as The Class of 1956, led by Barbara Church and Sylvia Coyle marched to their places midway down the gridiron. The band furnished The cadance to Elgar's stately "Pomp and CircumsTance." The Reverend D. W. Donaghue of The Maple Avenue Christian Union Church uttered The Invocation following which The band played "The Homesteader," an overture by Nyquist. President F. Bringle Mclntosh of Ohio Northern University spoke on "The Power of a Great Idea" planted deep in The bosom of human personality. He also pointed out how The power of an evil idea can work adverse influence on humanity. Following the main address Superintendent Paul B. Edwards pre- sented The annual awards and gave recognition To various groups in The school. Mr. Stacy C. Conrad, president of the Board of Education, next awarded The diplomas to the class. Mr. Donaghue pronounced the Benediction and the newest alumni of NHS filed from the field to the strains of the Elgar recessional. FINAL ASSEMBLY OF 1956 At one o'clock in the afternoon of June 8, I956, the final assembly of the school year I955-i956 was held in the NHS auditorium. Proceedings started with the pledge of al- legiance to the flag, led by David Patterson, outgoing President of the Student C-ouncil. The presentation of awards was next on the agenda. Michael Bruce Claggett received the Harvard Book Award, a gift of John Fleek, for excellence in American history. Marilyn Kay Myers, for highest scholarship percentage in her class, received a year's subscription to Readers' Digest. Following this the presenta- tion of the Ohio Scholarship Test Certificates were made. Among the many high scor- ers were Ernest Kuhn with second place in world history in Ohio State University District, Division I. Nancy Louise Jones received hon- orable mention in English X in the State of Ohio. Marilyn Myers took seventeenth place in English XII in the State of Ohio. Susan Coelho gained honorable mention in the State of Ohio in English XI. Shirley Bagent and Sandra lmhoff both received fourth place in Bookkeeping I of the Ohio State University District, Division I. Mr. Kingery then pre- sented a Journalism Award to David Boyce. Following this presentation, Carl Reed grac- iously accepted the Veterans of Foreign Wars Trophy for outstanding sportsmanship on the field. Mr. Boyd then announced the American Legion Essay contest winners . Those who participated and received recognition were Nancy Jones and Gary Sams, sophomores, Alice Ogle and Lee Kennedy, iuniors, Betty Oliver and David Boyce, seniors. Post win- ners as well as District winners were Gary Sams, Lee Kennedy and David Boyce. Next the Reese Debate award of STO was given to Sally Plummer, sophomore. David Patterson received a small key in recognition of his hard work and outstanding iob of lead- ing the student body. Marilyn Myers and William Offenbaker received the Best Thespian Award, present-ed to them by Mr. Hughes. The Visual Service Club awards as well as Athletic Awards were handed out, Marilyn Myers followed by making the Honor Societv Presentation. Bringing the asembly to a close, David Patterson turned the Student Council gavel over to James Spangler, vice president of the Student Council for the T956-57 school year. An embarrassing situation arose when in the absence of Ed McCament, president of the Class of 1956, John Harlow, vice presi- dent, was called forward to present the class memorial to Mr. Boyd. Harlow admitted he was ignorant of what the memorial was. To date CMarch, l957l no memorial has been given. The class is scattered and the money resides in the treasury. The student body then returned to their home rooms and received their very popular and long awaited grade cards. 2234! EBALL Row I-Mr. James Allen, Manager Trent Ralston, Richard Cash, Charles Monneft, Herman Foster, Richard Bowman, Robert Orr, Michael Fiizgibbon. Row ll-Manager James Reed, Manager Allen Lane, Jerry Gariside, Ronald Orr, Larry Dispennette, David Hannah, Mike Jeffries, leo Kennedy, Ed McCament, Granger McKinney, Chet Connell, Paul Walker. HEBRON The Newark hardballers opened their 1956 season by piling up a T9-to-4 victory over the Hebron Trailblazers, April T2 at YMCA tield. The 'Cats gathered their T7 runs on T5 hits as Dick Cash went all the way to get credit for the win. Cash gave up but two hits, however, he walked 9. Ed McCament was the leading hitter with 4-for-4. Hebron Y,,c,c,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,. ...,,,,., 0 202000-4 Newark ...,..,. ,,,,,,,., 0 O 5 4 T 7 x-19 JACKSONTOWN The Newark nine got their second straight win April 13 against Jacksontown by the score of 3 to O as Wildcat pitcher Herrn Foster allowed only one hit while walking tive and striking out l4, Newark got their three runs on six hits which included triples by Cash and Foster. Pitcher Jerry Gill of Jacksontown had the only bingle tor the Troians. R H E Jacksontown ,,,,. ...c,,... O 0 O O O 0 O-O l 2 Newarkc ,,.....,c 00O300x ,,,, 360 131 LANCASTER The Wildcats of Newark High suffered their first defeat of the season at the hands of the Lan- caster Golden Gales by the score ot 9 to 4 on April 24. Herm Foster started and was charged with the loss as he gave up nine hits. Chuck Monnett hit a home run in the fourth for Newark and McCament had three for three to lead Newark's attack. Fairchild was the winning pitcher but needed help from Loehver in the seventh. Newark ..,,,...,, 0 O 0 1 O 0 3-4 Lancaster .,,Y,.,,, 2 2 O 2 0 3 x-9 Pitchers-David Hannahs, Mr. Allen, Richard Cash, Mike Jeffries GRANVILLE 425 The Wildcats took a doubleheader from Gran- ville by scor-es of 13 t-o 5 and 13 to 2 April 21 at YMCA field. Dick Cash pitched the first game, allowing only three hits while striking out 10 and walking 13. Newark scored their 13 runs on 16 hits and had three miscues. McCament, Fitzgibbon, Ken- nedy, Cash, Foster, and Hannah each collected two hits. Granville ....,.. .....,..,. O 0 0 0 2 O 3-5 Newark ......... .......... 2 2 2 5 2 O x-13 Herm Foster posted his second victory of the season in the second game as he gave up but two runs on two hits, striking out eight and walking three. McKinney and Kennedy each had three hits for the 'Cats. Granville ....... ,,,,A,Y,,, I 0 0 0 1- 2 Newark ..... ......... , 6 2a I 4 x-13 132 zANEsvlu.E my Newark got back in the winning column April 28 with two neatly pitch-ed wins over Zanesville by scores of 3 to 0 and 12 to O. Herm Foster pitched the first game and al- lowed only two hits while striking out nine and walking three. At bat no Newark played got two hits and Fitzgibbon had the only extra base hit with a double. Jones was the losing pitcher. R H Newark ............ ..... ..... .......... O O 2 O 0 O 0 1-3 6 Zanesville ,.............................,,., O O O 0 0 O 0 0-O 2 In the second game which was called at the end of five innings because of rain, Cash pitched and allowed only one hit while walking two and striking out IO. The 'Cats got but six hits in scoring 12 runs as 10 Zanesville errors aid-ed th-e cause. Monnett was the leading hitter for the 'Cats with a double and a triple in three trips to the plate. Newark ....... ............ O 4 8 0 O-12 Zanesville ............ O 0 0 O 0-0 WHITEHALL Q21 On May 12 The Newark base- ballers dropped The WhiTehall Yearlings Twice in a doublehead- er aT YMCA field. Both games were won by The scores of 5 To l, Mik-e Jeffries won his firsT game of The season for The 'CaTs in The opener giving up buT four hiTs, sTriking ouT nine, and walk- ing only one. AT The plaTe Mon- neTT and Jeffries each hiT doubles. Whitehall ,,...., ...0 O O O l O O-i Newark ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 O 0 2 O O O-5 ln The second Dave Hannah al- lowed only one hiT, sTruck ouT nine, and walked only one baT- Ter while posting his firsT vicTory of The year. McCamenT and Cash each had Two hiTs To be The hiTTing sTars. McCamenT also scored Two of Newark's runs. WhiTehall ...,,.,,,,, O 0 I 0 O O 0-l Newark ....,......... l O l 3 O O x-5 COSHOCTON The CoshocTon Redskins fell aT The hands of The Newark nine by The score of 4 To 3 aT YMCA field on May 7. PiTcher Dick Cash allowed only four hiTs while walking nine and sTriking ouT Catchers-Paul Walker, Charles Monneft, Robert Orr four runs on seven hiTs. Mon- neTT, along wiTh Cash, had Two for Three. FiTzgibbon scored Ouffielders-Lee Kennedy, Mike Fitzgibbon, Richard Bowman, Ed McCamenI four. The 'CaTs collecTed Their Three of The Newark runs in The Third and fourTh. R H E Coshocton ......... O O l l O 1 0-3 A 1 Newark .,.,,,,,,,,... iO2lOOx-473 COLUMBUS NORTH The Newark WildcaTs were dropped from The firsT round of The CenTral DisTricT Class A base- ball TournamenT May ii in go- ing down To defeaT aT The hands of Columbus NorTh 4 To O. The 'CaTs were sTunned by The de- liverings of NorTh piTcher Dick Jones, who gave up buT one hiT. This hiT was collecTed in The sevenTh inning by Dave Hannah. The sTarTing and losing piTcher for The 'CaTs was Herm FosTer who gave up seven hiTs, while walking Three and sTriking ouT seven. Jones walked four and sTruck ouT five. R H Newark ........., 0000000-0 2 Columbus North .,.... 0 0 0 4 O O x-4 7 133 Infrelders Cher Connell, Larry Dispennehe, Jerry Gartside, Ronald Orr, Granger McKinney LANCASTER The 'Cat nine wound up their season May i6 at YMCA tield in dropping a 10-inning COL base- ball tournament game to Lancaster by the score of 7 to 6. With The game deadlocked at 5-all the 'Cats scored a run in the ninth only to have Lancaster To match it with a run in the bottom ot The ninth and add The winner in the tenth. Dick Cash was the starting and losing pitcher. He gave up a hit while striking out one and walking tive. Glaser, who relieved Loehner in The titth, was the winner. Monnett was the 'Cats' leading hitter with 4 tor 5. t The Newark attack was also aided by Dick Cash with 2 for 4 and Bob Orr with 2 tor 5. Newark ..,,.,,,,,,,,,.s,,,,.,,,,.,Y .Nl 0 3 0 O 0 l 0 l 0-6 Lancaster .,.,, .....,.,, O 2 O O 2 0 'l 0 'I l-7 Managers-Allen Lane, James Reed, Trent Balslon BASEBALL SUMMATION The Newark WildcaTs, coached by Jimmy Allen, had a successful season of 9 wins and 3 losses buT could posT no win when iT counfed in Tourna- menT play. The 'CaTs losT in The opening game of boTh The COL TournamenT and The CenTral Dis- TricT Class A baseball Tournamenf. According To word received from The aThleTic d-eparTmenT The 1956 season was The lasT for varsiTy baseball. NexT year The sporT will re- verT To inTramural baseball wiTh schedules seT up along The class sysTem and wiTh as many rounds being played as possible. From These inTramural Teams a squad will be selecTed To play in The COL TournamenT. Reasons given for The disconTinuance of The varsiTy season were as follows: frequenTly in- clemenT weaTher, cosT, amounT of Time losT from school, and The greaT Traveling disTance. FurTher, The division of spring aThleTes beTween baseball and Track weakened boTh aggr-egaTions. Since Track had a priorify claim on boys, baseball gave. And finally, The aThleTic group found The financing of Two spring varsiTy sporTs economically non- feasible since neiTher sporT broughf in money, buT raTher drained aThleTic funds broughf in by foofball and baskeTball. Dick Cash was The leading piTcher for The 1956 'CaTs, posTing a record of four wins and one loss. Fosier won Three and losT Two while .lef- fries and Hannah each won one game wiThouT a loss. Seniors who graduaTed were Dick Cash, Herm FosTer, Chuck MonneTT, Dick Bowman, Mike FiTz- gibbon, Ed McCamenT, and managers Alan Lane and TrenT RalsTon, 135 TRACK Row 1-Fred Ulrich, Richard Roth, Ed Erick, Jerry Krebs, Don Smailes, Jim Tyrer, Don McVey, Tom Myers, .lim Moore. Row 2-Mr. Harlow, Bill Lonzo, Larry Jones, John Harlow, Jess Kinser, Paul Johnson, Loyd Davis, Jerry Bishop, Earl Johnson, Dale Henry, Ted Lescody, Ron Glover. DENISON INVITATIONAL INDOOR The Newark Wildcats of Paul Dorland Harlow unofflcially opened their 1956 Track season on March 31 when they participated in the Denison Invitation lndoor Meet in the Denison Field House, There was no team champion. William Lonzo qualified for the finals in the 50-yard dash. He finish-ed sixth. Paul Johnson tied for third in the pole vault. He placed third in the broad lump. The mile relays team of John Harlow, Jerry Bishop, Richard Roth, and Thomas Myers finished second. The 880 relay quartet of William Lonzo, John Harlow, Richard Roth, and Jerry Bishop copped a fifth. UPPER ARLINGTON Paul Harlow's thinclads took the opener in their first regular season meet on April 11 when they tripped the Upper Arlington Golden Bears 63V2 to 54V2 at White Field. Paul Jonhson was the individual star of the meet with firsts in the pole vault, high jump, and broad lump. Don McVey won both the 120- yard high hurdle and the 180-yard lows. Jerry Bishop copped a win in the 220. The 880-yard relay team of Richard Roth, George Krebs, Wil- liam Lonzo, and Jerry Bishop also landed a first as did the mile relay composed of John Harlow, Tom Myers, Don McVey, and Richard Roth. 136 SPRINGFIELD RELAYS N-ewark earned an eighth-place spot in the Springfield Relays on April 14 by collecting eleven points. Paul Johnson contributed sev-en of the total by getting a second in the broad iurnp, and a tie with two others for second in the poe vault. McVey took a third in the 180 lows and th-e mile relay team a fifth. Springfield won the meet with 42 points fol- lowed by Cleveland Rhodes C26J, Marion Hard- ing 1247, Coumbus East 1201, Xenia Woodrow Wilson 6187, Dayton Rooseevlt 071, and Mans- field C16VzJ. COLUMBUS WEST Newark defeated Columbus West at White Field on April 17 by a score of 72 to 45 to win its second dual track meet of the current season. Winners for the 'Cats during showers and snow were Johnson in the pole vault and broad jump, Bishop in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, Harlow in the 440-yard dash, McVey in the 180 lows. The 880-yard relay team of Lonzo, Krebs, Roth, and Bishop copped a first as did the mile relay team of Harlow, Myers, McVey, and Roth. MUSKINGUM RELAYS Eighteen schools participated in the Mus- kingum Relays, held in New Concord on May 12. Newark placed eighth with eleven points. Akron North won the meet with SOVZ points. Johnson won a third in the broad lump and a second in the pole vault, McVey earned a third in the 180-yard lows and a fifth in the 120 highs. COLUMBUS SOUTH ln a meet in which Mr. Harlow claimed his boys had indeed earned a "superior rating," the Newark thinclads smothered Columbus South 81W to 35V2. The meet was held in Newark on May 17. Firsts w-ere taken by McVey in the 120-yard high hurdles and the 180-yard low hurdles. Bishop took a first in the 100-yard dash, Leslie, a first in the mile run. The 880-yard relay team of Lonzo, Kinser, Krebs, and Bishop copped a first. Harlow landed a first in the 440. Kinser got a first in the 220 while the mil-e relay of Harlow, Myers, McVey, and Bishop also garnered a win. Johnson took the pole vault. Smailes tied with Hill of South in the high lump. MANSFIELD RELAYS Newark earned not a single point at the over- attended Mansfield Relays on April 21. LANCASTER On April 26 at White Field Newark topped Lancaster 85 to 33 in a track and field meet. Mc- Vey captured a first in the 120 highs, the 880 relay team of Lonzo, Krebs, Roth, and Bishop won. Harlow copped the 440, McVey took th-e 180 lows. Newark landed a one-two-three in the 220- yard dash with Bishop, Lonzo, and Krebs com- ing in in that order. The mile relay team of Harlow, McVey, Myers and Roth earned a first. Tyrer won both the shot and the discus. John- son slithered high over the pole to land first in the pole vault. Kinser won the broad iump. Smailes and More tied in the high iump. OHIO WESLEYAN RELAYS Newark repeated its no-point performance at Mansfield by earning nothing at the Ohio Wes- leyan Relays at Delaware on April 28. COLUMBUS EAST On May 1 the Newark thinclads were sound- ly trounced by the Columbus East fleetfeet to the tune of 89 to 29. Among first-place winners for the Harlowmen were John Harlow in the 440, Paul Johnson in the pole vault, and James Tyrer in the discus. Jerry Bishop, Jerry Krebs, Paul Johnson, and Bill Lonzo 137 John Harlow, Jerry Bishop, Tom Myers, and Don McVey Don Smailes, Jim Moore, and Paul Johnson COL In AThens on May 9 The Harlow Thin- clads from Newark won The COL. New- ard earned 76M poinTs, followed loy MarieTTa wiTh 67M, ChillicoThe 56:M1, and LancasTer wiTh MM. The 880 relay Team of Lonzo, Johnson, Krebs, and Bishop Took a TirsT in The Time of l:33.5, a Time which Tied The Newark record seT in l95l. McVey cropped a TirsT in The 180 lows. The mile relay Team of Myers, McVey, Harlow, and Bishop garnered a win. Tyrer won The shoT puT. Johnson won The pole vauIT, The broad iump, and The high jump To become The only mulTiple winner in individual evenTs on The Newark squad. DISTRICT On May i8-i 9 the Central District meet of the Ohio High School Athl-etic Associa- tion was staged at Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity in Delaware. Newark placed ninth with ten points. Johnson won the broad lump, and the 880 relay teams of Bishop, Lonzo, Krebs, and Kinser copped a fourth. STATE Paul Johnson won a second place in the state in pole vault at the state field and track meet at OSU in Columbus on May 26. He vaulted twelve feet, four inches and -earned a sixth in the broad jump with a leap of twenty-one feet, HM inches. The 880-relay team, which was also eligible from the district, was scratched. Jerry Bishop developed a case of blood poison in his arm and was forbidden by his physician to participate, therefore, Mr. Harlow withdrew the the quartet. Earl Johnson, Jim Leslie, and Loyd Davis Don McVey and Ed Erick Fred Ulrich and Jim Tyrer TRACK SUMMATION Newark's 1956 track season was a successful one. The Newark Wildcats unofficially opened Their 1956 track sea- son on March 31 when they participated in the Denison Invitation Indoor Meet in the Denison Field House. There was no t-eam champion at the meet. On April 11 Newark officially opened the track season against Upper Arlington at White White. They won this meet and were off to a good start. In Athens on May 9' the Harlow thinclads won the COL track championship. At this meet the time of 1:33.5 re- corded by Newark's 880-yard relay team ti-ed a Newark record set in 1951. Paul Johnson succeeded in winning the pole vault, the broad iump, and the high jump to be- come the only multiple winner in individual events on the Newark squad. Seniors who ran their final heat for NHS were John Harlow, Paul Johnson, George Krebs, Richard Roth, Don McVey, and Don Smailes. out. This TD was set up on a poor East punt CCL- CHAM Row I-Lou Vaia, Larry Pagel, Bob Baldwin, Tom Voris, Tom Wortman, Jess Kinser, Terry Hartshorn, Brad Williams, Jim Lawrence, Jack Shumaker, Robert Robinson, Charles Vogelmeier. Row ll-Charles Heffley, Larry Potter, Tom Trout, Fred Ulrich,. Larry Jones, Jerry Bishop, James Brenneman, Larry Cox, Brent Myers, Dale Henry, Dave Adams, Dick Wolever, Larry Connell. - 1 til 1 ' " 1 ' Row III-Mr. Prew iassistant coachl, Dick Snelling, Dick Dudgeon, Lee Kennedy, Tom Myers, Jim Moore, Jim Tyrer, Dave Hannah, Dave Swick, Eddie MeKee, Mr, Carlo ihead coachl, Gerald Boring, Chet Connell, Scott Marzano, Stanley Gibson, Mr. Jackson iassistant coachl. Row IV-Mr. Allen iassistant coachl, Jim Shriner, Jim Leslie, Roger McDonald, Bill Myers, Leonard Wooles, Granger McKinney, Fred Pryor, Dick Conner iassistant managerl, Brooke Baker ihead managerj, Jim Smith ireserve manageri, Tom Castle, Dave Wright, Gene Swartz. COLUMBUS EAST The 1956 Newark Wildcats started off what proved to be one of the best seasons in recent years for a Newark team with a 14-12 victory over Columbus East, who went into the game with a string of 17 straight wins. Newark scored both of their touchdowns in the first half, and Jim Tyrer's two extra points made the difference. The first TD came after Granger McKinney grabbed a fum- ble in mid-air and ran it back to the East eight, and two plays later Fred Pryor went over for the TD. The second TD was scored by Eddie McKee in the second quarter from three yards On September 21, Newark met and tied a powerful Marion Harding team 0 to O at White Field. Marion came into the game boasting a 66-to-O win over Akson North. Newark's biggest scoring threat came in the opening minutes of the game when Jerry Bishop took the opening kickoff form th-e 10 and ran it to 45. The 'Cats then drove to which carried only to their 29'-yard line. East came back in the second half with St. Clair scoring a touchdown from one yard out, and again midway in the fourth quarter with Wilson going over from the one. Both extra points were missed giving Newark a 14-12 victory. Turning in outstanding performances for the 'Cats were Jim Breneman, Fred Pryor, Granger McKinney, and Eddie McKee. Brene- man blocked one of the extra points. the Marion 17-yard line before being stopped. Marion's main threat came in the second quarter when they drov-e to the Newark 25 before losing the ball to Jim Breneman, who recovered their fumble. Outstanding players against Marion were McKinney, Tyrer, Ulrich, Breneman, Swick, Myers, McKee, Bishop and Hannah. 141 Ends-Jim Leslie, Bill Mills, Jim Moore, Tom Myers, Dave Swiclc, Gerald Boring, Louis Vaia. CAMBRIDGE The Newark Wildcats opened COL play with a 20-to-T3 win over Cambridge. Newark was trailing T3 to 7 with TO minutes left in the game, but caught fire and scored two quick TD's for the win. Bishop scored the first TD in the fourth period from 8 yards out, Jim Tyrer added the extra point. The second 'Cat TD in the last quarter came after McKinney intercepted a pass on the Cambridge 35, and after moving the ball to the 25, Bishop scored again and Jim Tyr-er booted the point after. The Wildcat's first touchdown came in the first quarter after Fred Pryor returned a punt to the 47 and Jerry Bishop went all the way from the 44. Cambridge with their confusing offense and passer Paul Fields scored their first TD in the first period when Frank Cole took the ball over from the one. Their second touchdown was also set up by Fields' passing and Cole again took the ball over, this time from the five. LANCASTER The Wildcats lost their first and only game of the season October 5 to Lancaster 18 to O at White Field... Newark did not have their stuff, and after being held scoreless in the first quarter, the Gales scored in each of the following three periods... Lancaster's all-Ohio candidate, Rich Bradford, scored two of the TD's, and .lim Matz scored the other. Bishop, Tyrer, and Kennedy were players of -exception in the game. 142 COSHOCTON The Newark Wildcats pulled another last- quarter comeback October T2 before a Home- coming crowd of 2440 in beating the Co- shocton Redskins l9 to 7. Coshocton scored early in the first quarter on a 76-yard drive which was climaxed by Stevens plunging over from the 2-yard line. Slaughter booted the extra point. Newark scored in the second quarter when Fred Pryor moved the ball over after the 'Cats had driven 64 yards to the one. The point after was missed. Newark was penalized fifteen yards at the beginning of the third quarter by officials be- cause the band refused to leave the field dur- ing the half-time show and stole fifteen min- utes from the third-period playing time. The thrid quarter was fought on an even basis with neither team scoring. ln the fourth quarter the 'Cats came to life and punched out two TD's for the victory. The first TD was scored after Bishop and Kinser carried the ball from their own 26 to the Co- shocton 25 from where Bishop went all the way for the score. Later in the quarter, after Coshocton lost the ball on downs at the 46, Bishop climaxed another Newark drive in going over from the TO. A series of penalties which resulted in three Coshocton players be- ing eiected from the game made it necessary for Tyrer to run the middle for the point after. Players recognized for outstanding plays were Wooles, Breneman, Pryor, Kinser, Bishop, and Ulrich. Guards-Bill Myer, Leonard Wooles, Fred Ulrich, lee Kennedy, Bob Baldwin, Dick Wolever, Tom Voris. CHILLICOTHE The local 'Cats spoiled the Chillicothe home- coming October 19' at Chillicothe by defeating the Cavaliers 19 to 13. This game also marked the turning point of the season as Zanesville downed Lancaster 20 to 6. The first quarter of play was a defensive battle with neither team being able to score. In the second quarter, however, the 'Cats took over on the Cavaliers' 48, and on seven plays Bishop went over from the six. The Cavaliers came right back on the next series of plays to score. Risehart took the ball over and Ramsey converted. Late in the quarter the 'Cats drove 56 yards with Kinser scoring. Halftime score was Newark 12, Chillicothe 7, The 'Cats added their final score in the third period when Bishop ran 10 yards for the TD, and Tyrer made the point after. ,In the fourth quarter Chillicothe came fight- ing back with Rinehart again going over for the score, this time climaxing a 54-yard drive. The Cavaliers also had the ball on the New- ark 40 when time ran out. Leading the way for the 'Cats were Bishop, Kinser, Tyrer, Leslie, and Kennedy. DOVER The Newark Wildcats remained in conten- tion for the COL Championship October 26 by defeating the Dover Tornadoes 26 to 7 be- fore a White Field Parents Night crowd of 1531. The 'Cats again had to come from be- hind in th-e second half to pull out the win. Newark started scoring in only seven plays with Jerry Bishop scoring from the 12-yard line. Tyrer missed the point after. ln the second period Dover recovered a Newark fumble on the Newark 39 and went all the way for the TD. This drive was fea- tured by the passing of Charley Davis and climaxed when Jim Heller scored from the three. The 'Cats went ahead to stay in the third quarter after Jess Kinser had run 22 yards to the eight. Jones went over for the TD. Tyrer added the point after. In th-e fourth quarter, after forcing Dover to punt, Jerry Bishop went all the way on the first play from the 32. Tyrer made the extra point. Eddie McKee added the final TD on a 35-yard TD run. Tyrer missed the -extra point. 143 Q Tackles-Gene Swartz, Brent Myers, Jim Tyrer, Dick Snelling, Granger McKinney. The game was feaTured by The play of Ken- nedy, Tyrer, Ulrich, Bishop, Kinser, Jones, and McKee. ZANESVILLE The Newark WildcaTs moved inTo a Tie for firsT place wiTh The Zanesville Blue Devils No- vember 2 by defeaTing The Blue Devils 27 To 2l before a crowd of 4,000 aT Zanesville. The 'Cafs scored 27 poinTs, racked up 324 yards rushing and passing, and moved To T9 firsT downs. Newark sTarTed scoring in The firsT quarfer when They wenT 54 yards on l0 plays wiTh Fred Pryor going over from The one. Tyrer made The conversion. LaTer in The firsT period BryanT of Zanesville reTurned a punT 79 yards for a TD, and Branson added The poinT affer To Tie The score. The 'CaTs Took The kickoff on The 34 and on a drive highlighfed by Jerry Bishop's 32-yard run and also a one-yard plunge wenT ahead l4 To 7 as Jim Tyrer added The exTra poinT. ln This see-saw baTTle Zanesville came righT back To Tie up The game as BryanT This Time wenT around end for a 75-yard Touchdown. Branson again converTed. 144 Newark Took The kickoff and wenT on The march again. A key pass for eleven yards on a Third down form Jim Leslie kepT This drive alive, and Then afTer a 5-yard loss, Jerry Bishop wenT all The way from The 30 for The TD. The exTra point was missed and Newark led by The score of 20 To l4 aT The half. The Third quarTer was scoreless, alThough The 'CaTs drove To The one- yard line and Fred Pryor fumbled wiTh The ball roll- ing info The end zone. Zanesville Took over on The 20, Zanesville Then wenT on The drive and scored wiTh 56 second gone in The final period, McGlade, The fullback, Took The ball over from The seven for The Touchdown. Branson added The exTra poinf To give The Blue Devils Their only lead 2'l To 20. The Newark eleven Took The ball on The 36 and be- Fullbacks-Terry Hartshorn, Ed McKee, Stan Gibson. gan The drive for The winning Touchdown. On a fourTh-and- seven McKee Took The ball ll yards To The goal line where he fumbled and Tyrer fell on The ball for The score. Tyrer also added The poinT afTer. This winning drive was also aided by McKee and Bishop breaking off runs of T3 and 27 yards respecTively. LaTe in The quarTer Zanes- ville Took over on Their Two, buT before They could be sTopped, They had driven To The 'CaTs' T2 wiTh only 20 seconds remaining. The vicTory in which only sevenTeen 'CaTs saw acTion was probably The greaTesT of The year. Before This game, Zanesville was undefeaTed in league compeTiTion. Players Turning in an ouT- sTanding game were Bishop, Pryor, McKee, Leslie, Tyrer, ' Bfid Centers-larry Pagel, Dave Hannah, .lim Breneman, larry Cox. MARIETTA Paced by The six Touchdowns of halfback Jerry Bishop The Newark WildcaTs Tied for The COL cham- pionship by defeaTing MarieTTa 43 To 21, November 9, aT WhiTe Field. MarieTTa goT off To a 7-To-O lead early in The game when SchulTheis passed To end PaT Morris for 35 yards and a Touchdown. Larry BriTTon Quarferbacks-Tom Worfman, Fred Pryor, Scott Marzano. added The exTra poinT. The WildcaTs came back and moved on five plays from The 36 for The TD. Bishop scored from The 47. The exTra poinT was missed, WiTh only a few seconds lefT in The firsT period, Bishop wenT 39 yards for anoTher TD. Eddie McKee plunged over for The CaTs' only exTra poinT of The nighT. T ln The second quarTer, aided by some T fine blocking, Bishop ran 54 yards for anoTher TD. Jerry scored again wiTh iusT Two minuTes in The half by going Through The middle for 14 yards. Newark led aT The half 25 To 7. Newark's only Third-period score came when Eddie McKee grabbed Jess Kinser'sa fumble in mid-air and wenT 9 yards for The score. AfTer Tom Voris recovered a fumble on The 40 early in The fourTh period, Bishop broke away on The firsT play for a 60-yard TD run. WiTh Newark subs in The game, Mari- eTTa scored Two quick Touchdowns wiTh Barnes and BriTTon carrying The ball over. Joe Carlo puT first sTringers back in The game. AfTer Taking The kickoff on The 35, on The second page from scrimmage, Bishop wenT 63 yards for The final Touch- down. Turning in fine performances for The 'CaTs were Bishop, Ulrich, Voris, Hannah, McKee, Swick, Breneman, and Pryor. The 'CaTs also broke Their season high in racking up 456 yards and 20 firsT downs. 145 Halfbacks- Brad Williams, Jess Kinser, Jerry Bishop, Larry Jones FOOTBALL SUMMATION For the Newark Wildcats the 1956 football season was one of the best in recent years with a 7-win, 1-loss, 1-tied record and a co-championship in the COL. The 'Cats started off the '56 season with only seven letter- men, but with the help of head coach Joe Carlo and his assistants, Jim Allen, Jack Downing, Paul Jackson, Bob Wright, Harold Prugh, and Dick Schenck, the greeness wore off and the 'Cats came up with two great wins over Zanesville and Marietta at the end of the season, following an 18-O loss to Lancaster. Scoringwise, Jerry Bishop racked up seventeen touchdowns for 102 points, Eddie McKee scored three TDs and one point- after for 19 points, Jim Tyrer scored 17 points with a TD and 11 points after, Frey Pryor scored three TDs for 18, and Jones and Kinser each scored one TD apiece. As a team, the 'Cats out-scored their opponents 168 to 111. The 1956 Wildcat team was made up of 33 boys, twenty- two of these boys received letters and fifteen will be back to play for the 'Cats next year. Lettermen included seniors Jim Tyrer, Fred Ulrich, Lee Kennedy, Jim Breneman, Eddie McKee, Brent Myers, and Fred Pryor, iuniors Jim Leslie, Jim Moore, Tom Myers, Dave Swick, Leonard Wooles, Bob Baldwin, Tom Voris, Grange McKinney, Dave Hannah, Larry Cox, Jess Kinser, Larry Jones, and Jerry Bishop, and sophomore, Tom Wortman and Terry Hartshorn. Factwise the 'Cats were a ground team, passing only when the occasion arose. ln the Zanesville and Marietta games, the 'Cat offense was at the best it had ever been in many years. At Zanesville the 'Cats ra-cked up 314 yards and 19 first downs, and against Marietta, they gained 435 yards and made 20 first downs. The 43 points scored by the 'Cats against Marietta were the greatest number of points scored by a Newark team since the 1950 Wildcats beat Cambridge 69 to 12 on Novem- ber 11. Aside from playing football the 1956 Wildcat team saw the Ohio State-Pen State football game October 19 and were hon- fConcIu 146 ored with a championship banquet November 14. Both of the events were sponsored by the Newark Booster's Club. Highlights throughout the season were numerous including the stopping of Columbus East's 17-game winning streak, the stopping of a powerful Marion Harding team, who has dropped Newark from their schedule with the excuse of wanting bet- ter teams to play, winning the COL opener from Cambridge. Then came the only defeat of the season at the hand of Lancaster, but the determined Wildcats came back with five straight wins to finish out the season. They won the Newark Homecoming from Coshocton, and then spoiled Chillicothe's Homecoming the next week by defeating them 19 to 13. At this point in the season the 'Cats' offense rose to a position better than it had been in recent years. After beating Dover 26 to 7, they stopped Zanesville, who up to that time was undefeated in COL play. The next week the 'Cats clobbered a powerful Marietta team, who had given Zanesville and Lancaster together a total of only 23 points. At the end of the season the Wildcats had earned them- selves a tie with Zanesville for the COL championship and were rated by the United Press as fourteenth team in the state. When it came to making all-star teams and getting state honors, Wildcat players were profusely represented. Jim Tyrer led the way, being named All-COL offensive tackle and first string all-state tackle on the United Press, INS, and the Associated Press teams. Jim was also named Lineman of the Year for the state by the United Press and represented New- ark as one of the top twenty-five players in the state at the Jaycee All-Ohio banquet in Columbus on December 8. Big Jim was also named to play in the North-South game for the South on August 16 at Canton. ln the middle of the basketball season it was announced that Tyrer had added two other honors to his growing list of accomplishments. These were All-Ameri-can award by Scholas- tic Magazine in which Tyrer was one of 78 boys in the United State and Hawaii to be selected and on honorable mention position on the Wigwam Wiseman of America squad, an or- ganization out of Oklahoma City. ded on Page 1651 BASKETBALL Row 1-Coach Douglas, Ronald Orr, Ed Erick, John Ridella, .lim Tyrer, Tom Myers, Dave Hannah, Jerry Wolfe. Row 2-Jim Reed, Fred Pryor, Earl Johnson, Granger McKinney, Dick Shields, Bill Craig and Harry Lamb. COLUMBUS WEST The Newark Wildcats began the 1956-57 chap- ter of basketball play November 23 at the senior high gym by defeating Columbus West Cowboys 57 to 50. The 'Cats got off to a very slow start after Erick hit for two. ln the opening minutes West racked up 14 straight points before the 'Cats would score again with 2:30 left in the first period. The Cowboys clung onto a slim lead until Earl Johnson got hot early in the period and sent the 'Cats ahead 44 to 42. West lost all hope of win- ning at the 49-44 mark when West's star guard, Ken Chapsaddle, foul-ed out. Johnson finished out the game with six straight foul shots to give the 'Cats their final points. High scorers for West were McDonald and Chapsaddle with 16 and 13 respectively. Wildcat scoring follows: Johnson 18, Tyrer 17, Erick 15, Hannah 3, McKinney 2, and Pryor 2. Newark ...,,,,,........,......,,,,,,,. ........., 11 27 40 57 Columbus West ....,.,,.,.,...,..,......,...... 19 29 42 50 DOVER On November 30 the 'Cats opened the COL season with a 50 to 49 victory over Dover in the small Tornado gym. Newark never trailed in the game even though only a few points separated them most of the way. At one time in the second quarter, New- ark led by 10 points, 29 to 19, but Dover cut this gap before the half. Earl Johnson iced the game with 1:15 remain- ing he dumped in a foul shot making it 50 to 47. Heller ot Dover came back with a basket, but time ran out before more points could be scored. High man of the night was Espenchield of Dover with 17 points. Newark scoring was as follows: Erick 15, Tyrer 13, Hannah 9, Shields 6 ,Johnson 5, and Pryor 2. Dover ,,,.,,w,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,..,. 10 24 40 49 Newark ..,,...,,.......,...,...,..........,........ 16 31 41 50 CAMBRIDGE On December 7 the Wildcats won a onesided 64-to-29 victory over the Cambridge Bobcats in the local gym. Ed Erick led the way in the first period scor- ing 14 of the 'Cats' 18 points. After building up a 46-to-21 third-quarter lead, Coach Max Douglas let the subs finish out the game. High for Cambridge was Bates with 13. Up to this game he had been averaging 20 points a game. Newark scoring was as follows: Erick 22, Hannah 12, Tyrer 10, Johnson 10, Ridella 4, Shields 4, McKinney 2. Cambridge ,......,,.,,...........,..,,.,.,...,.... 6 17 21 29 Newark ............................................ 18 34 46 64 MT. VERNON The Newark Wildcats won their fourth straight game December 11 as they defeat-ed the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets 61-to-46 in Mt. Vernon. Ed Erick and Earl Johnson led the way with 21 and 18 points respectively. Jim Tyrer, al- though held to eight points, played a beautiful job on defense in blocking several Mt. Vernon shots. Newark had a tough time of it all the way, until the fourth quarter when the Yellow Jackets fell apart to give the 'Cats a coasting victory. High scorer for the night was Al Poland of Mt. Vernon with 23. The Newark scoring went as follows: Erick 21, Johnson 18, Shields 8, Tyrer 8, McKinney 4, and Ridella 2. Mt. Vernon ....., 16 22 36 46 Newark ....... V.-. 12 30 42 61 147 ZANESVILLE On December T4 The WildcaTs suffered Their firsT defeaT of The season aT The hand of The Zanesville Blue Devils by The score of 54 To 50. The 'CaTs led early in The firsT period TO To 8, buf dropped behind as much as eleven poinTs during The second quarTer of play. The Blue Devils led aT halfTime 29 To 24. Newark led 50 To 49 wiTh 90 second remain- ing, buT The Zanesville Team poured in five sTraighT poinTs for The vicTory. The 'Cafs' power punch was weakened badly in The second period when playmaker guard Earl Johnson fouled ouT. Chuck BryanT led The way for Zanesville by scoring 23 poinTs. Newark scoring wenT as follows: Tyrer T5, Erick T2, Shields 9, Johnson 6, Hannah 6, Mc- Kinney 2. Zanesville .,,,.. ,,,, T 6 29 42 54 Newark ..,,,, ,,,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,. T O 24 39 50 MARIETTA Trailing only once in The game, 2 To O in The opening minuTes, The WildcaTs of Newark de- feaTed The MarieTTa Tigers in Their gym 59 To 45. The 'CaTs ouTscored The Tig-ers 2T To 7 in The Third quarTer, and afTer This coach Max Douglas filled The floor wiTh subs. Jim Tyrer, who holds The scoring record for The MarieTTa gym aT 34 poinTs seT in The T955- 56 season, led The way for The 'CaTs wiTh 22. Following him were Johnson T4, Erick TO, Han- nah 6, Shields 6, and Ridella T. 148 Nlorris and Simmons each wiTh eighf were high for The Tigers, On The Trip home from MarieTTa The Newark bus was hiT and Turned over in a head-on crash wiTh a car. The driver of The car was killed in The accidenT. The Newark players and coaches escaped wiTh only minor scraTches and bruises. MarieTTa ...,,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,.,,,,..,,.... TO T5 22 45 Newark ,.,,,,........,,.,,,,,,,,,,.....,.,,.,,,.... T6 28 49 59 COSHOCTON Paced by The 34 poinTs of Jim Tyrer, The Wild- caTs defeafed The CoshocTon Red Skins 65 To 36, December 28, in Newark. Big Jim scored T2 of The T6 poinTs scored in The firsT period as The 'CaTs iumped off To an -early T6-To-5 firsT quarTer lead. The 'CaTs were in command all The way as coach Max Douglas leT his second sTrings play mosT of The final period. High for CoshocTon were Sfephens and Green wiTh nine apiece. Newark's scoring wenT as follows: Tyrer 34, Johnson T2, Erick 7, Hannah 4, McKinney 3, Ri- della 3, and Shields 2. CoshocTon ....,....Y..., .,...,.. ....,. 5 2 T 29 36 Newark ,,,.,.., ......,.a,.,....u...,,....,. T 6 30 46 65 MARION The 'CaTs losT Their lasT game played in T956 and Their second of The season as They dropped a 56-To-53 decision To Marion on December 29 in The PresidenT's gym. The 'CaTs goT behind by as many as eleven poinTs afTer a close-foughT firsT quarTer, and were never able to catch the Harding boys. Newark's big downfall was at the foul line missing 17 of 40. Tyrer missed nine of these. B. Middl-etown and Shaffstaff colletced 14 points and were high men for Marion. Big Jim Tyrer got 15 for the 'Cats. Newark scored as follows. Tyrer 15, Han- nah 9, Shields 8, Johnson 7, McKinney 6, Ridella 5, and Erick 3. Marion ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . 16 33 48 56 Newark ,,,,..... A,..,...,....,.,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 6 27 37 53 LANCASTER On January 5 the Wildcats traveled to Lan- caster and brought back a 72-to-54 victory over the Golden Gales. Jim Tyrer led the way with 27 points although missing 11 out of 24 foul attempts. A switch of positions by Coach Max Douglas proved worth the effort. Max moved Erick from forward to guard to get more shots, and John- son from guard to forward to cut down on his fouling. Johnson played the game without a foul and scored 14 points. Ed collected for 11. The 'Cats ran away with the Gales for three quarters before they were out-scor-ed in the final period 16 to 15. Top point-getter for Lancaster was Holiday with 20. Newark scored as follows: Tyrer 27, Johnson 14, Hannah 12, Erick 11, Shields 6, and McKinney 2. Lancaster .,.. ,,,,,, 7 22 38 54 Newark ............................,.,............. 12 34 57 72 MT. VERNON A set shot by Granger McKinney from the left hand quarter with five seconds remaining in an overtime period gave the local 'Cats a 53 to 52 victory over the Mt. Vernon Yellow Jackets on January 8 in the senior high gym. This was Granger's only shot of the evening, he had lust replaced Ed Erick, who failed to convert for any shots in 19 attempts. Newark led by about five points through most of the game, but with 3:30 remaining the Yel- low Jackets tied it 43-all. With 55 seconds left and Mt. Vernon leading 47 to 45, Earl Johnson hit on a long set shot to tie the regulation game at 47-all. With 1:30 left in the overtime and Mt, Vernon leading 50 to 49, the Yellow Jackets attempted a stall and failed, Jim Tyrer got fouled at the 0:23 point and made both shots f52 to 511. Then came Granger's one-hand push to decide the game. Jim Tyrer scored 25 and held Rich Hoyt, who had scored 115 points in his three games, to 16. Hoyt was high for the Yellow Jackets. Newark scoring was as follows: Tyrer 25, Johnson 10, Hannah 10, Shields 6, and "One Shot" McKinney "TWO." Mt.Vernon .... ..................... 1 1 33 35 47 52 Newark .............. ..................... 1 6 28 41 47 53 Forwards-Tom Myers, Granger McKinney, Ed Erick, and Bill Craig. 149 CHILLICOTHE The Newark quintet was dropped into third place in the COL race as a result of a 52-to-42 licking at the hands of Chillicothe on the win- ner's court. This game was played on Jan- uary 11. After leading 7 to 2 at one time early in the game and leading at the end of the period, the 'Cats were slowed and by the time the fourth period was half over were out of the picture. The loss was the worst since early 1955, and the point total was the lowest since December 1954. Jim Tyrer, leading the COL in scoring befor-e this game, was held to eight points as was th-e runner-up, center Gordon Mickey, who is 6'6" and only a junior. Huff, Locklear, and lrwin were tied for Cava- lier honors with 10 each. Newark scoring was as follows: Johnson 12, Erick 10, Tyrer 8, Shields 6, Hannah 4, and Mc- Kinney 2. Chillicothe ....... . .. 10 27 36 52 Newark ....... 11 24 34 42 DOVER Opening the second round of COL play on January 18 in the senior high gym, the Newark Wildcats defeated the Dover Tornadoes 64 to 42. The first half saw a see-saw battle with the half-time score standing at 21-all. Opening the second half the 'Cats poured on 11 straight points to pull ahead to stay. Jim Heller was high scorer for Dover with 10. Newark scoring was as follows: Erick 23, Johnson 21, Shields 9, Tyrer 7, Hannah 2, and Ridella 2. Dover .......... 9 21 24 42 Newark ...... ..... 1 2 21 41 64 CAMBRIDGE The Cambridge Bobcats pulled the upset of the season-certainly from Ne-wark's point of view- when they dropped the local quintet from the COL race on January 19 at Cambridge by the score of 60 to 58. Cambridge warmed up after the end of the first quarter and commanded a sizable margin until the closing second of the game. With sev- enteen seconds remaining, however, Shields tied 150 Centers-John Ridella and Jim Tyrer the game 58-all with a foul shot. Then at the twelve-second point, substitute Tom Russell of Cambridge dropped in his only two points of the night as he sank two fouls to give the Bobcats their victory. A maior reason for the downfall of the 'Cats was their missing of twenty-eight fouls themselves. They made only twenty of fourt-eight, a forty-two per cent shooting aver- age. Cross, Bates, and Gill paved the way to vic- tory for Cambridge with 19, 14, and 10 points respectively. Newark players scored as follows: Erick 19, Tyrer 18, Johnson 9, Hannah 7, and Shields 5. Newark ......,..L...,.............................. 16 21 31 58 Cambridge .... ....... 1 6 31 40 60 ZANESVILLE On January 25 the Newark Wildcats won Their most important game ot The season as they handed The Zanesville Blue Devils their first loss of The current schedule Qafter twelve straight winsl by a score of 68 To 63 in Zanesville. After trailing early in The game, The Douglas- men got rolling and led all The way until midway in The Third period when The Devils Tied The game and Then forged ahead 47 to 44. But Then Chuck Bryant was eiected from The game for unsports- manlike conduct, consequently The Newarkers soon jumped back on Top and went on to The 68-to-63 Triumoh. Jim Tyrer controlled both boards and dropped n Twenty-five points for The locals. 'Cat play was also sparked by Earl Johnson's fine ball handling. Don Branson, COL leading scorer, dropped in twenty-Three Tor The Y-Bridgemen. Newark Quints scored as follows: Tyrer 25, Erick 17, Johnson 10, Shields 10, and Hannah 6. Newark Z.. ........ . ...... ................ 1 4 36 56 68 Zanesville ,,.... .,.. 1 6 29 49 63 Managers-Ron Orr, .lim Reed, Jerry Wolfe, and Harry lamb. MARIETTA Led by Twenty-eight points of Jim Tyrer, The Wildcats piled up a double score on The Marietta Tigers as The locals defeated The rivertowners 76 to 38. This game was played in Newark on February 1. Tyrer scored Twenty-Two of his points in The first half, but left The game early in The Third period. Newark jumped off to an early 8-to-O lead, and IO To 7 was as close as The Tigers ever got. The second stringers played The last quarter andia half of The contest for The 'CaTs. This period was highlighted by "Ike" Myers scoring his first and only Two points of The season. After This game Tom was sidelined for The remainder of The year because of sickness. High man for Marietta was Pat Morris with 11 points. Newark scoring was as follows: Tyrer 28, Erick 16, Pryor 7, Johnson 6, Ridella 6, McKinney 5, Hannah 4, Shields 2, and Myers 2. Marietta ...............,........,......... ......... 1 1 16 30 38 Newark ............................................ 17 45 58 76 fContinued on Page 1601 151 The Newark Wildcats did not quite live up to their pre-season RESERVE BASKETBALL The NHS Reserves closed out their 1956-57 bad luck in the middle of the season by losing basketball season with a 7-win 11-loss record, eight straight games. Seven of these losses were by close scores- ln the final seven games Newark found new from one to six points. The team hit a streak of life by winning five. Newark ,,.,,,........,.,,..,.,.,,,, 54 Colmbus West ,.....,......... 41 Newark ,.v.,v,,,,,,,. .,,,,,,,,,,., 5 8 Mt. Vernon ,,,Y,Y,, ,....,, 5 9 Newark ,A,,... ........ 4 2 Dover ....,,..,,.,..,............... 62 Newark ,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 47 Chillicothe .,..,,, ....... 6 5 Newark ,,,.,,, .,....., 5 5 Cambridge ,,...... ....... 2 5 Newark ........., .,,,,,,,, 3 4 Dover ,,.YYYY,,,.4A ....... 3 1 Newark ,,,,,,, .,,..... 4 9 Mt. Vernon ,.,..,,. ....... 5 4 Newark ,a,,.,.,.. .....,.,. 4 7 Cambridge .a,,... ....... 2 6 Newark ,,,,,,, .a,a..., 3 4 Zanesville .,.. ....... 4 9 Newark ,,,,,,,,,, ..,.,,... 3 8 Zanesville ..... ..37 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,..,. 3 5 Marietta ........ ..,.... 4 1 Newark ,,,,,,,,,. ,,as,.,,, 3 7 Marietta .....Y. ....... 3 3 Newark ,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,, 4 2 Coshocton .... a...,..... 4 5 Newark ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 8 Coshocton ....,,. ....... 4 4 Newark ....,,,. ..,.,,, 3 4 Marion ..................,...... ,...38 Newark ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Lancaster ..... ...... . 46 Newark ....,.. ........ 3 9 Lancaster .,........................ 49 Newark ,,.,....,,,,v,,, ,,,, , 32 Chillicothe .,..,,. ..... . .37 1956-57 VARSITY SCOREBOARD Newark ,,,,,,, ,........ 5 7 Columbus West .......,,,..,... 50 Newark ,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,.,,...,..,..,.,Y 52 Mt. Vernon ,a,. .......... 5 l Newark ,.,,,,, ,....,... 5 O Dover .......,..........,.. .......... 4 9 Newark ,,,,,,, ,......., 4 2 Chillicothe ,.,... ,Y........ 5 2 Newark .,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Cambridge ..,a.... ...... 2 9 Newark ,,,,,,, ..,,,.,. 6 4 Dover .,.,....,,. ,........, 4 2 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,, 6 1 Mt. Vernon ,,,a.., ...,...... 4 6 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 8 Cambridge ,... ,,a....... 6 0 Newark ,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,. 5 O Zanesville .......... 54 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 8 Zanesville ,,,.., ........ . .63 Newark ..,.Y.. ,,,,,,,, 5 9 Marietta ...,. .,....... 4 5 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 6 Marietta ....,,, .,.,,Y,... 3 8 Newark ,,,,,,, ,Y.,.,. 6 5 Coshocton ...,... ...,,,Y... 3 6 Newark ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 O Coshocton .,..... ........, 5 8 Newark ,,,,,,, .....,., 5 3 Marion ..,,..... ..,.,........ 5 6 Newark ,Y,,Y, ,,,,,,,,, 7 l Lancaster ,,,,, ,a....... 7 2 Newark ,,,,,,, .,..,,,, 7 2 Lancaster ...., ,............... 5 4 Newark .,,,.VL.,,,..... .,,,,.,s, 5 5 Chillicothe ,,.... .......... 5 9 District Tournament Newark ,,,.,.a,.,...,..............,,,, 37 Columbus North ,s,,a........... 69 District Champion-Columbus North Regional Champion-Toledo Macomber State Champion-Middletown BASKETBALL SUNINIATION Thirty-four points was the high for the season. ln one game expectations as they came out with a season record of twelve wins and seven losses. The 'Cats finished third in the COL race behind Chillicothe U3-U and Zanesville C12-21 with a nine-win, five-loss record. lf it had not been for two surprising upsets over the 'Cats by Cambridge and Lancaster, the Newark five would have been fighting for the COL title in their closing game with Chillicothe. The Zanesville game in Zanesville on January 25 was prob- ably the Felines greatest victory of the season. They met a pre- viously undefeated Zanesville team and beat them by a score of 68 to 63. Six-feet six-inch center Jim Tyrer, forward Ed Erick, and guard Earl Johnson carried the Wildcat scoring burden throughout the season. When these boys were hitting, the Newark team was one of the roughest to be found. ln the last three game of the season Jim Tyrer collected a total of 18 points only, and the Douglasmen lost all three. 152 Jim Tyrer hit this high against Coshocton, and Ed Erick hit 34 against Chillicothe. Jim Tyrer, the team's top scorer, scored 327 points in 19 games for a 17.2 point per game average, and Ed Erick scored 290 points for a 15.3 average. Other 'Cats and their final scoring went as follows: Johnson 211, Hannah 120, Shields 110, McKinney 33, Ridella 30, Pryor 11, Myers 2, and Marzano 2. ln tournament play the 'Cats had the misfortune of playing a highly ranked Columbus North in the first game of the tourna- ment. North beat the 'Cats 69 to 37 and went on to win the Central District title. Seniors lost from graduation were Jim Tyrer, Dick Shields, John Ridella, and Fred Pryor. Making the post season All-COL team were Ed Erick at first team forward, Jim Tyrer at second team center, and Earl Johnson honorable mention. RE ER E FOOTBALL Row 'I-Charles Heffly, Dick Dudgeon, Louis Vaia, Larry Pagel Jim lawrence .lack Shumaker Row 2-Larry Porter, Tom Trout, Dick Snelling, Dick Wolover Dale Henry Dave Adams Row 3-Roger McDonald, Jim Shriner, Gerald Boring, Larry Connell Bob Robinson Charles Vogelmeier Mr Jackson Row 4-Jim Smith, Scott Marzano, Chet Connell, Tom Castle Bill Mills Gene Swartz Stan Gibson The NHS Reserve gridders, coached by Paul Jackson turned in a very successful season due to line running and good blocking. The Junior 'Cats had a record of six wins and two losses As a team the Reserves collected 195 points while their opponents got only 34 Lancaster ,c,,.cc.,.,,., ...,,c, Columbus East ,,,,,,,,,,,,.... Mt, Vernon c,,,c,,,,.......,,,, Newark Jr. High ,,,,,,,,, ,, Lancaster , ..,,,,,,, St. Charles ,,,,,,, Lancaster B.l.S. Zanesville ,,,,,,,, Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark Newark, Newark Newark Key to Reserve Basketball Picture On Opposite Page Row 'I-David Sperry, larry Orr, Bob McBride, Gary Bolen Bill Mills Ralph Roan Brad Williams Jerry Cashdollar, Larry Rayser, Row 2-Terry Sheffler, Nick Zaras, Dave Wright, Scott Marzano Larry Urban Doug Brookhart Ray Walker. GOLF Richard Wetzel, Daniel Evans, Robert Oder, Phil Stockdale, Mr. Douglas, Ronald Swart, Richard Rice, John Riclella. Absent from the picture-Robert Mawhorter. The 1956 Newark High Linksmen turned in a most satisfying season, one which saw them win nine and lose only one regular season match. On April 20 the golf season got under way at Newark's own Moundbuilders course with a triangular match that saw the 'Cats come out on top of Coshocton 16-0 and Chillicothe l5V2-V2. Four days later, again at Moundbuilders and again in a triangular affair, Newark racked up convincing wins over Lancaster, 15Vz-V2, and Zanesville, 13V2-2V2. On April 27, on a rain soaked course, the Newark squad traveled to C'oshocton's Lake View course to pick up victory No. 5 by a score of 14Vz-1Vz. Home again on May 5 the 'Cats "clawed" Mt. Vernon 23-1 for the sixth win. On May 8 the golfing 'Cats traveled to Zanes- ville where they come out on the long end of a quadrangular match. The Douglasmen smoth- ered the Zanesville host team, 15Vz-V2, and then went on to down Chillicothe, l2V2-3V2, and Marietta, 15-1. Out of a possible 12 points, Dan Evans picked up lOV2 points as did Bob Oder. Phil Stockdale was right behind with 10 points. Dick Wetzel was the No. 1 man by taking all 12 points. 154 A highly favored Newark squad pulled into rainy Zan-esville May 12 for the annual COL tourney only to be dropped to third place spot. Dan Evans, by firing an 82, became medalist of the day. The Chillicothe Cavaliers edged Lan- caster 357-358 while Newark came in with a 361. Marietta was fourth with 364, Coshocton fifth with 376, Zanesville sixth with 369, and Cam- bridge last with 421. May 15 saw the 'Cats lose their last game of the regular season to Lancaster, which, however, was their first loss after nine wins. ln the District Tournament held at the Ohio Universty course May 19, Newark finished fifth in a field of 19 Central Ohio schools. B-ob Oder was the No. 1 man for the 'Cats by firing an 81. Dick Wetzel was second with 82, Phil Stockdale had an 84, and Dan Evans, an 85. Linden Mc- Kinley of Columbus won the meet with a 304 total. Upper Arlington placed second with 312. The other teams came in as follows: St. Charles, 326, Aquinas and Westerville, 328, Newark, 332, Bexley, 333, Groveport, 335, Columbus North, 338, Grandview, 339, Hilliards, 360, Marysville, 362, Big Walnut, 367, Delaware Willis, 371, Co- lumbus Central, 372, Mt. Vernon, 378, Mt. Ver- non St. Vincent, 381, Mt. Gilead, 386, and Worth- ington, 401. PEEDB LL Roy I--Sam Farrington, Larry Orr, John Bibart, Nick Zaras, Connie Porter, Bob Hendren, Jack Fulton, Bob I-locker Joe Howarth, Jeff Coelho. Row Il-Doug Brookhart, Ernie Kuhn, Terry Dunlap, Dave Wright, Bob McBride, larry Urban, Dick Hoback, Ed Erick Dick Shields, Gary Bolen, Coach Max Douglas. Maxwell Kipp Douglas' speedball aggregation practiced every evening at Everett Field during the autumn months of the school year. The game served as a conditioner for other sports. Each practice lasted for one hour and fifteen minutes. CHEERLE DER The cheerleaders hope to go to Indiana This summer to a cheerleading clinic. Miss Florence Myer and Miss Pauline Mc- Creary functioned as advisers for both groups. VARSITY CEEERLEADERS-Sharon Mount, Joann Metcalf, Jane Kirk, Barbara Church, Joyce Eifinger, Judy Newman. A group of vivacious girls, the cheerleaders of NHS, add the fight Touch to the extracurricular sports. They struggle, plead, shriek, slap their hands, and valiantly strive to boost the morale of the t-eams and the spirit of the student body. They lend a helping hand at the athletic banquet and make long trips to places where Newark may be found facing opponents. There are two separate squads. The varsity cheerleaders are composed of four seniors and two iuniors. The reserve cheerleaders are composed of two iuniors and four sophomores. Cheerleaders strived to give the morale of NHS students an extra boost this year. There were several pep rallies in the gym and one at White Field befor-e big games. During the sports season they sold pennants and later in the school year they sold iackets, sweat shirts, and polo shirts. 156 RESERVE CHEERLEADERS-Row 'I-Emily Neff, Sally Dever- eaux, Ann Trexel. Row 2-Marilyn Boyling, Julia Mercer, Diane Douglas, Sandy Birkey. CALLENDAR OF EVENTS JUNE 10-16-Y-Teen representative went to con- ference. 17-30-Thirty-three music students at- tend Music Clinic in Athens, Ohio. .lUI.Y 1-4-Brooke Baker, president of Key Club, went to a conference in Dallas, Texas. 2-Five-week music program starts. AUGUST 19-Picnic held at Buckeye Lake for band members. 26-31-Senior band attended Senior band camp at the Lutheran Memorial Camp. SEPTEMBER 3-Vandals attempt to flood high school auditorium. 4-The first day of school, practice game against Columbus West, here, Newark 7, West 0, Opening day is- sues of the new Reveille Review were distributed to all the members of the school. 5-Organizational meeting of the senior class. 6-Organizational meeting of the iunior class. 7-Organizational' meeting of the sopho- more class. 8-The newly organized Astronomy club viewed stars at Denison Ob- servatory. Pre-season game be- tween Newark and Athens, here, Newark 13, Athens O. 10-German Club organizes under Miss Rodemann. 12-President Brooke Baker addresses or- ganizational meeting of the Key Club. Organizational meeting of the Sci- ence Club. Mr. Kingery rocks and rolls with Shakespeare. 13-College Club organizes under the di- rection of Miss Keckley. 14-Pep assembly held in the auditorium. First regularly scheduled football game, Newark vs. Columbus East, Newark 14, East 12. l-Sophomore class elects two members to the Student Council: Connie Stricker and David Wright. 18-Les Copians Francais iFrench Clubb or- ganizes under Miss Rogers. PTA open house held. 19-Thomas Trout stricken with polio. 20-Pep Rally held on the Square. 21-Home football game with Marion Harding which ended in a 0-to-0 deadlock. 22-Y-Teens hold a skating party at Buckeye Lake. 24--Thespian tryouts for Sinister House. A Chinaman, Mr. De Yip Loo, spoke to school. Seniors got TB X-rays. 25-Honor Society sponsors assembly with Dr. Young as a speaker. 26-Navy representatives speaks to boys. Cast for Sinister House is selected. James Gordon speaks to Key Club. 28-Spontaneous pep rally held on school sdiewalks. An away football game with Cambridge, Newark 19, Cam- bridge 13. OCTOBER 1-Sophomore and junior pictures tak- en, Senior French and Spanish clubs entertain iunior clubs with potluck. 3-John Dallavoux addresses students in assembly. 4-Senior Y-Teens hold meeting to de- cide on regular meeting date. 5-Pep assembly held in the gymnasium. 6-Home game between Newark and Lancaster, Newark 0, Lancaster 18. 9-Mr. Connors, representative from Otterbein, spoke to College Club. 9-First polio shot given to students, Radio Club sets requirements for ad- mission to this club. 10-Key Club holds induction of new members. Future Teachers of Amer- ica hold meeting under direction of Mrs. Kauber. 11-Kenneth King meets with freak aa- cident at band practice. Junior Y- Teens discuss plans to send two girls to Washington. Hi-Y meets to discuss plans for increased membership. Pep meeting held at White's Field. 12'-Homecoming game between Newark and Coshocton, Newark 19, Coshoc- ton 7. 13-Pigskin Panorama held in gymnasium with Barb Church reigning as queen. Three Key Club members at- tend workshop at Delaware. 14-Hi-C Club makes plans for year. 15-German Club CDeutscher Vereinj elects officers. 17-Astronomy Club hears talks prepared by fellow members. 19-First Hi-Time program recorded. Sen- ior Y-Teens hear Miss Stringfellow. Away game that Chillicothe sees 22 25 26 27 29 Newark win 19-13. Mr. Harold Rus- sell, world War II veteran, spoke in assembly. -Y-Teen meeting, Library Club. -Pep assembly in gymnasium. -Parents night at Newark-Dover foot- ball game, Newark 26, Dover 7. -District Hi-Y meeting. -Mr. Keltner, representative from Northwestern, speaks to College Club. Mr. Rian prepares division pages for the Reveille Annual. His writing Spencerian script is a hobby with him. 1 NOVEMBER -Basketball practice begins. 2-Away game at Zanesville: Newark 27, Zanesville 21 . 3-Debate tournament at Columbus East High School. Mock election held under direction of Mr. Dettre. Senior Y-Teen meeting. Y-Teen Dance. Sylvia Coyle, Mickey Claggett, Loyd Davis went to University of Cincin- nati. 7-Second polio shot. 8-Tom Swank breaks both jaws. 9 -Assembly given by Quaker Oats Company. Art group visited Colum- bus Art Gallery. Pep assembly. Last football game of the season with Marietta: Newark 43, Marietta 21. Mr. Kingery presented with rocking .chair by eighth period Col- lege English class. 1l-Wayne Hilborn and Robert Maxwell 10-1 12 speak to Key Club. 7-Mary Twinam and Penny Kennedy went to Washington representing Y- Teens. No school-Armistice Day. German Club holds initiation at Dugway. 13-l 14- 15- 5-First Christmas training program. Football team honored at Booster Club dinner. Pictures retaken for sophomores and iuniors. PTA meeting, Frances Moore fatally iniured in automobile accident. Key Club honored by Kiwanis Club. Sophomore Y-Teens. 157 16-Thespian play The Sinister House. 17- l9- Student Council. Cheerleading Clinic in Columbus. Astronomy Club traveled to Dela- ware. Mr. Pettit and Mr. Gerlach speaks to College Club. Edwin Cooper physi- cist, speaks to assembly. 20-Four students from Delaware High 21- School visit our classes. Library Club. Sigma Chi from Denison down 'Cats 49 to 47. Dramati-cs Club hold first lesson in dramatic instruction. 22-Y-Teen cabinet meeting. 23-Newark downs West 57 to 50 in first basketball game of the season. Stu- dent Council meeting. 26-Three language clubs meet to plan a 27- 27-2 30- 28-3 1... Christmas party. Library Club. 9-Second DE Christmas training course. A basketball game at Dover: New- ark 50, Dover 49. Student Council meeting. 0-Every pupil tests. DECEMBER Debate tournament held here. 3-Mr. Fish demonstrates different types of bells to the assembly. 4-Teachers meeting at 3:l5. 5-Dramatic and Thespians have acting 7... lesson: Library Club: Science Club. Ohio State Debate Clinic. Pep as- sembly held in gymnasium. Home game between Newark and Cam- bridge: Newark 64, Cambridge 29. TO-College Club has representative from ii- 158 Miami University. Newark defeated Mt. Vernon: New- ark 6l, Mt. Vernon 46. David Balding of An- napolis speaks to assem- bly. Assembly with Dr. Silverton who talked on youth. Senior Y-Teen meeting. Home game with Zanesville: New- ark 50, Zanesville 54. June Yost, Sharon Mount, Joanne Metcalf, Judy Tronstein,. Sue Hollar, Mickey I Kuster, Karen Woods, Pat Webb, Diane Cartnal, Pat Kunkle, and Barbara Church participate in Y-Teen initiation at the First Methodist Church. ' -Civil defense meeting of many high school boys. l6-First annual Christmas program held in Band Room. -Assembly presented by Dave Bald- ing, "The Annapolis Story." -Members of Student Council go to Zanesville. Three language clubs hold Christmas party. Hi-C club meet- ing. Library Club. -Science Club meeting. -Sophomore Y-Teens. -Assembly of Christmas music given by chorus. A game with Marietta: Newark 59, Marietta 45. Bus of basketball guys in a wreck on way home. -Jan. 2-Christmas vacation. -Mr. Dettre and Mr. Davidson mar- ried. iBut not to one anotherj. -Candy Hop held by Rainbow Girls. -Vandals break into office. -A home game won by Newark: New- ark 65, Coshocton 36. -Marion Harding on home courts up- set Newark 56 to 53. JANUARY l-Last day of vacation. 2-Dramatic and Thespian officers hold meeting. FTA meeting. 3-Y-Teen meeting. 4-Student Council meeting. Game at Lancaster: Newark 72, Lancaster 54. 5-Teens Against Polio basketball game. 7-Pep assembly held in gymnasium. Representative from Mt. Carmel talks to seniors interested in nursing. Sci- ence Club has speaker from Conser- vation department. 8-Home game with Mt. Vernon: New- ark 53, Mt. Vernon 52. 9-Radio Club meets. i0-Juniors and seniors have combined meeting. ll-Basketball game at Chillicothe: New- ark 42, Chillicothe 52. T2-College boards taken by many col- lege prep seniors. 14-18-Exams. l7-OSU psychological test given to seniors. Juniors take Kuder Prefer- ence test. Sophomore take Clapp- Young test. Band banquet held at Park Terrace. 18-General Scholarship tests taken by seniors. Newark plays Dover: New- ark 64, Dover 42. i9-Newak put out of COL race by Cambridge, 60 to 58. Debaters travel to Canton McKinley. 21-Science Club. 22-Radio Club. German Club sees color slides of Miss Rodemann's trip to Austria and Germany. 23-Thespians and Dramatics meeting. 24-Assembly presented by General Elec- tric Company-Progress of Science. 25-Films shown on conservation at as- sembly. Newark upset unbeaten Zanesville, 68 to 63. 26-Debaters take second at Middletown High School. -College Club hears speaker from Bowling Green. Library Club. -Senior Y-Teens .cabinet meeting. -Miss Morgan speaks to FTA. Key Club. -Sophomore and iunior Y-Teens. Mr. Leslie Beggs spoke to DE. FEBRUARY -Zanesville movies shown at pep meeting. Newark wins over Marietta, 76 to 38. -Newark debaters participated in tournament at Heidleberg. Another tournament held at Dayton. -Choir sings at Founder's Day pro- gram of PTA in Trinity Episcopal Church. -College Club meets. Mr. James Gor- dan spoke to DE. -Science Club and radio clubs meet. -Y-Teens hold meeting to plan formal initiation. Judges Ashcraft and Holtsberry speak to DE. -ln last away game Newark beat Co- shocton, 70 to 58. -Newark debaters traveled to Spring- field. -Miami University Choral Society. -Mrs. J. R. Wells spoke to senior girls who were interested in nursing. -Junior Y-Teens meet to discuss their formal initiation. -Lancaster beats Newark, 72 to 71, for Newark's fifth loss. Assembly given by J. R. MacMurry. -Formal initiation for Y-Teens. -Lee and Mary Quinn presented a very interesting assembly on the story of being a steeplejack. -Key Club visited Kaiser. -A pep assembly was held in the gymnasium. -Washington's birthday. Newark's last game of the season was a loss to Chillicothe, 59 to 55. -Tournament game at Capital between Newark and Columbus North. Honor Society organizes with forty members and elects officers. Library Club. MARCH Student Council meeting. UN test, Mr. Moran spoke to FTA. Sophomore Y-Teens .cabinet meeting. Faculty meeting at 3:15. -Citizens nominated from each home- room. Candy sales by Library Club. Thespians and dramatics meeting. Y-Teens meeting at 3:15 with all junior high school clubs. Student Council. Measurement for cap and gown. Col- lege Club hears a representative from University of Cincinnati. -Honor Society meeting and radio club. FTA members observed in elementary schools. 14 15 19 22 23 25 26 28 29 1 3 2 -Assembly in which awards given to winners in General Scholarship tests. -Three-one act plays given by Dramat- ics: "Birthday of The lnfanta"p "No- body Sleeps", "The Death of The Hired Man." -Career Day. -Sophomore Y-Teens Dance. -District number seven music contest. -College Club-Kenyon College. -Honor Society. 27- -Honor Society assembly with Mrs. 29-Every Pupil tests. James Wyker as speaker. -Distributive Education Dance. APRIL -Citizenship assembly. -Preliminary OS test. -Faculty meeting at 3:15. 3-5-Spring Band Concert. 5-Student Council meeting. State Stu- dent Council Conference in Oxford, Ohio. School dismissed at 3:00 be- cause of storm warnings. 6-Senior Y-Teen dance. 8-College Club-Western Reserve. 9-Honor Society meeting and Radio Club. 11-A track meet at Upper Arlington. 12-Assembly brought by Reverend Brown. 13-State Solo ensemble. Springfield relays. 14-21-Spring vacation. 18-Track meet with Lancaster. 20-Mansfield relays. 22-College Club. 25-Track meet at Worthington, 7:30 p.m. 26-Honor Society banquet. 27-State music contest: Ohio Wesleyan relays here. 29-College Club-Finley. Dr. Sutphen, P. B. Edwards, R. E. Buckey, Everett Reese, George Stoeckmann, and Frew C. Boyd pose for career day pro- ceedings. MAY 1-Track meet with Columbus East. 2-3-Choir Concert. 3-Football coaches clinic. 4-Final district State Scholarship test. 7-Faculty meeting at 3:15. 8-Assembly at 1:00 given by Mr. Leory Shell. COL track meet with Athens. 9-Track meet with Columbus North and Columbus Central. 11-Junior-Senior Prom held at the Armory. 13-College Club presents a movies of St. Johns. 14-Track meet at Columbus West. 17-18-Band festival at Mansfield. 17-Senior Play-Onions in the Stew, District track meet at Delaware. 24-State track meet at Columbus. 27-College Club-Ohio Northern. 24-28-Final exams for seniors. 29-June 3-Junior and sophomore exams. JUNE 2-Baccalaureate. 6-Commencement. 7-School ends. 159 COSHOCTON The Wildcats obtained their last win of the season February 8 in the loser's gym as they knocked off the Coshocton Redskins 70 to 58. The Skins, who won only two games in COL play, gave th-e 'Cats all they wanted for the first ten minutes of play. A spread of fifteen con- secutive points put the 'Cats ahead to stay. Jim Tyrer and Ed Erick poked in twenty-five and twenty-one points respectively. Both boys dropped in nine foul shots as the team hit twenty- two out of thirty for a seventy-three percentage mark. Phil Robinson was high man for Coshocton with twenty-six points. Newark scored as follows: Tyr-er 25, Erick 21, Hannah 12, Johnson 6, and Shields 6. Newark ,... . ...,,aeeases.,,..,...e....,s,,see...... 19 43 54 70 Coshocton . ...... 20 28 44 58 LANCASTER A last-s-econd lay-in shot by Bill Fairchild gav-e the Lancaster G-olden Gales a 72-to-71 victory over the local Wildcats on February 15 in New- ark. After an evenly fought first quarter the Doug- lasmen took a 28-to-19 advantage early in the second quarter, only to lose it and be forced into a 38-to-38 halftime tie. Newark led with twenty seconds left at 71 to 70, but Earl Johnson lost the ball in a dribble and Lancaster went down for the winning score. Fairchild and Holliday scored twenty-five and twenty-three points respectively for Lancaster. ln the game a total of forty-three fouls was called as a result of which three Lancaster lads and Jim Tyrer fouled out. Newark scored as follows: Johnson 20, Tyrer 11, Hannah 10, Shields 8, and McKinney 3. Newark ....Vf.,,,V,,,,,ffrfrrv...VLVLL,,LLLL,L77,.. 18 38 53 71 Lancaster ,,,,,, 17 38 52 72 4? 160 CHILLICOTHE , The final game in the Wildcat schedule was played in Newark on February 22. The Chillicothe Cavaliers came into town needing a win for a clear-cut COL championship. And they got it. They won the game 591 to 55 with the tremendous help of their six-feet seven-inch iunior center, Gor- don Mickey, who dumped in thirty-one points. Mickey not only got that many points, but h-e held Jim Tyrer to five points only by blocking many of Big Jim's shots. The Cavaliers led 14 to 7 early in the game, but the sharp-shooting performance of Erick kept the 'Cats in the game all the way. With 4:45 left in the game, the Douglasm-en tied the score 47-all. At the two-minute mark the score was tied 53-53 before the Cavaliers broke loose to win their hard fought victory. The 'Cats were not defeated from the fi-eld but at the foul line. Chillicothe made fifteen of twenty-one compared to Newark's nine out of eighteen tries. N-ewark's scoring was as follows: Erick 34, Shields 6, Johnson 5, Ridella 5, and Tyrer 5. Chillicothe .......... . ..... ,... .......... ,.......... 1 6 3 3 43 59 Newark ,,,,,,, ,..,.... 1 6 24 39 55 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Columbus North On February 23 Newark's coach, Max Douglas, had the misfortune of drawing a state fourth- ranking Columbus North team. The 'Cats played in the first game in the tourna- ment at Capital University gym on February 25 and were on the short end of what may b-e classified as a mild slaughter as the Polar Bears moved to an easy 69-to-37 victory. Early in the second period the 'Cats got as close to North as 14 to 10, but aided by their regularly employed press defense, the Bruins pulled to a 30-to-18 halftime lead, By the first few minutes of their third period, the cause as far as Newark was concerned was lost. The 'Cat Reserves finished' the game for Newark. if High men for North were Wherry with sixteen and Jones with twelve. Newark scored as follows: Erick 15, Johnson 9, Hannah 4, Shields 3, Marzano 2, Ridella 2, and Tyrer 2. 1 A Newark ended the season with a 12-to-7 rec- ord. North went on to win the Central District- title. A s Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bagent Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kunkle Dr. W. R. Sutphen Mr Mr PATRON and Mrs and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Coelho Dr. W. C. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bowers Mr. James R. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. John G Noel Palmerton .William H. Henry McMillin Geo. Cunningham Kenneth D. Hollar Hazlett Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Mr' and Mrs' Frew C' Boyd Newark City Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Youth Council William Walker Paul V. Denney Charles B. Coyle Mrs. Evelyn L. Agin McPeek's Market Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Tronstein Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Roan Mrs. D. N. Skinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Smith Miss Edith Fleming Mr. and Mrs Truman Cline Cooperrider Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Pagel Miss Florence Boyd Brucker and Moody Filling Sta. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Pressler Mrs. Efflo Tyrer Raymond P. Devereaux Mrs. Mary Rexroth Mr Mr . and Mrs. Fred Simross1 .and Mrs. Warren Farnham Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Spence . Gordon Kingery .Virgil B. Ashcraft Anthony Rizzo W. T. Grant Store Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Carter Gregg Buckey Melvin Goff Wayne Pierson Hugh A. Friel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Richards Mr. Karl Balser Dr. S. G. Roush Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Buchanan Dick Padar's Village Body Shop Mr. William Truex Mr. George Shepard Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Balding Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Smith Mr. Roderick M. Jones Mr. and Mrs. George Basford Mr. and Mrs. George Farquhar Mr. and Mrs. Harold Metcalf Mrs. L. C. Heinricks Miss Helen Williams Mr. Clint E. Comer Mr. George Arensberg Mr. William H. Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc-e B. Dozer Rev. and Mrs. C. M. Danford Interstate Loan Company Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Friel Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dawley The Sherwin-Williams Company Miss Pauline McCeary Mr. W. R. Van Arsdale Mr. and Mrs. Anthony N. Zaras Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Spearman Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rice Mr. and Mrs. George Stoeckmann Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Woolard Mr. Ernest Young Mrs. Mildred L. Kauber Miss Louada Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Willis W. Greer Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Messimer Mr. John Staugh Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dragics Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Swart Dr. John L. Chynoweth Mr. G. H. 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I 1 dwfww -f C1 FOOTBALL S-UMMATION lConcludedl G Lee Kennedy was named to the All-COL defensive I N E X team and to the third team of the All-COL as offensive guard by the Associated Press. He also will play for the South in the North-South game on August 16. 'J D Jerry Bishop was honored on the All-COL first of- A fensive team as a halfback and as a defensive back, second Abbott James Hem 25 Sfflngf bY fhe Associated Press- Ables,,Bever1y ,,,,t,,.t,,. llffffff lll:l74 Center Jim Breneman was named first team COL center Ackels- Wllefta Lee A-----'--"-'f-f ""a-' 5 0 . . . Ackhn, William Cornell ..We..25 and given honorable mention on the All-Ohio team by Acton, Geraldine Elizabeth --YYYV HYHVYYY 5 0 the Associated Press. Acton, Ruth. 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Anderson, Linda ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ., ,l...... 66 gngerson, llgobefg Dale fffeffe- .-A.--e 2 Z n erson, ona ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,.., , 4 fl, Anderson, William Clark .,s,.e,, .,,,.,,, 7 8 lg f'-' 5-,FL Ando, Alfred ,,.,,,,,,,,,,...,.... .,,.. .....,, 7 4 1 Ankele, John ...,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,.. 7 4 l "ff--" Ankrum, Jane ,............. ,,,,,,, , 74 Ankrum, Janet ,,,,,,,,,..,.... ....,,.. 7 4 A Ankrum, Gloria lane ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,... 2 5 if Antritt, Richard joseph ,,,.,,, ,.,,,,,, 5 7 Antritt, Shirley Ann ,,.,.. ., ,,,,.... 25 Arbogast, Iean ,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.,, 7 4 Good Luck Class of '57 R'S SPANGLE MARIETTA PAINT STORE 37- 39 West Church PHONE FA 4-4191 -We Street Deliver Complete Decorating Medium for the Interior or Exterior of Your Home K3 CONGRATULATIONS To THE CLASS of1957 Your Favorite Store of Qualify and Dependclbility if Archer, Donald Raymond ..,, Arledge, Diana Sue YYYYYY,.YY.,, 1. Armstrong, Larry Raymond. Armstrong, Lois dlean YY,YYY,,YY.. ,..,,. 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Barker, Gleen, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1, Barker, John Gerald i...,... Barkley, Michael L .,...,,. Barnes, Janice ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Barnes, Mary E .... Barr, Janet .......,,,,,,,,,,,, Barr, Richard Lee ......,.,,,, Barrett, Judy ,,,,,,rr,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,, Barrick, James Edward ,.,.,,,,, Barrick, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,vY,,,Y,, Bartlett, Clyde ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bartoe, Sterling Lincoln ,ss,..,,. Barton, Barbara Lou ,,,,,,,,,.,... Barton, Evelyn Marie ,,,,,,, 11 Bascomb, Melvin Lee .,,.,,,, 50 57 57 57 50 74 50 1 ..,.. 50 4 111111150 111111174 2 1 111111157 111111170 57 57 57 57 25 sz 11111111141, 25 11111115o, 143, 141 111111125 111111174 111111178 111111174 111111125 111111170 11111 1182 - .,,..... ..1.... 7 s 1157 111111170 111111125 111111116 11111182 111111157 111111157 111111125 11.1.1150 1 HQME1 QF. .B ETIEB :'5I1iI:ETlQ .QQQQS SHEET METAL WORK A- "1Ex ' ' N GUTTERING DUQWQRK 0 RESIDENTIAI 0 COMMERCIAL 0 INDUSTRIAL ROOFING W P A LENNOX FURNACES xx I XX and '26 IIT ,z 1553: ' DOWNSPOUTS AIR CONDITIONERS BLOWERS ACME SHEET METAL Call for Estimates Dlclmond 4-6040 235 South 80th Street Newark, Ohio Basford Majorie Ann ,,,,, Bates, Alvent ,.,,,,,,, Bates, William F. ,,Y,Y,Y,Y Bauglnnan, Linda Mae ,,,,,,,., Baumgartner, janet YY,.....,Y.YV,Y.... Baumgartner, Judith Kay ,........ Baumgartner, Linda Ann ,,i. B a h L erc , Jerry ee ....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.YY , W Beall, Patricia ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,,Y,,,YY,Y Beckman, Richard VVilliam ,,YY,Y.. Benney, Bonna. Leah ,,,.Y,,.Y, ,Y,Y.. Beeney, Carol ,,,,,,,,,, Beeney, Kenneth Franklin ,YY,,YY.. Beggs, june Laura ....r...r..,,. .,,. Bell, Sandra Kay ...r........,.., Helter, Beth Ann ......, Bennett, Carol ...,,.,r, Bennett, Pauline ,,,,,,,, Bennett, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,Y,.. Bennington, Ruth ,,,,,,,,,,...... Benson, Theodore Ivana, ...,, .. Bently, Jerry Bruce ........... ,, , ,YYY,Y.. 5U 57 5 7 2? A L Congratulations C' H057 ,,,,,,,,,26 , 3iii111111 Class Of 57 ,,,..,,,,26 ,,,,,,,n50 Berger, Lloyd W .,,,..,.....,.,, . .v.YYYVY ,66 Berger, Virginia Florence, V..VV. 7.26 Bero, David ,.,... ,..,,,,,,,,,,YY,,YY, YYYYYYVYY 5 7 Berry, james .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....... Y Y,,,,Y, 57 Bevard, Harry Alexander ,...... .. YVY,,. 50 Bevard, Margaret Lou ,,,,,,,,YYY Y ..Y... 78 Bibart, john Steven ,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,Y YYYY,,,YY 5 7 Bibart, Richard ,,,,,,,.,,,................ YYYYY,,YY 8 2 Billingsley, Darl Ellsworth ,,,YY,, 57 Billman, Barbara Ann ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,...,...,.,.,,,,,,,,,Y,,,Y,,.Y,,,YY Y ,26 Billman, Loretta J .,,,,,,,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,........,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,Y,.,,, 7 0 Birkey, Sandra Louise ,. Bishop, lerry Excel ..,,,,,,, Black, Frances .....,,,, ,,,, Black, Nettie jane ,,,,,,,., Black, Robert Kolp YYY....... Blackburn, Wilma Marie, Blacksen, Janice ,,,,,,,,,,,.,. Blackston, Ierry Lee .,..,,,,, Blackwell, Kathleen Lou ...,.... Blackwell, Nancy Ann .,.,,.,, s Q a Blaho, Robert ..,,..,,,.,,,,, Blair, Patricia ,,,,,,,,,...r.. Blair, Patricia . ,,,,,,,,,, , Blakeley, Carole Diane, ,,,, ,, Blakeley, Gail McSwords ,,,, Blamer, Suzanne Evelyn ,,.,,, ,, Bline, James Patrick ,,.....,.,137 50 138 146 141 136 50 26 74 DEWEESE BRCDS. iiiiiiiii M .....50 ,, ,,,,,, 57 M57 , ,,,,,, 57 lv I f , - Mr ,, I 715 l - f I 4.111 1 I i 7 X , 1 1 - ,I 5 A 5 0 W w XXL . di, E' Heisey Glassware SERVING PIECES ik PLATES SMOKEPUS NEEDS i' BOWLS ' BEVERAGE SETS 'A' CANDLESTICKS TUMBLERS 'k STEMWARE . H. HEISEY Sz CO. Serving Leading Stores Coast to Coast Factory Glassware Store On Oakwood Avenue off East Main St. FEATURING CLOSEOUTS AND SECONDS QI, The Finest in Glassware, Mads in America by Hand Congratulations to the Closs of 1957 from DUN POUND STUDIO CFormerly Muller Studiosj 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 DON POUND STUDIOS in the Arcade. Bline, joseph Phillip ,,,,, Blizzard, Marsha ,Y,.,....... Blum, Steven Terry ,,,,,,,,., Boder, Marilyn jean ....... 57 .,.,,,,,66 ,,,,,,,,50 74 74 74 Boder, Richard ......YV.YY,, Y---A--- Bodkins, Ben .,Y,YY...,..,. AA--A---- Y -Y Bodkins, Donnie ,,,v,,,,,,, ----f---f---Af- Bodoh, Evelyn Lea ,.....VY. ----YYYY-------YY- 5 9 Bodoh, Marilyn ,YYYYY,,,YYY,,, , YY--r..- 17, 125 Bodoli, Mollie ......Yv..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ...YY,VYY 7 0, 72 Bodow, William ,,,,,,,,i...,.....,,,.Y.Y, -----v-,f---- 1 25 Boerstler, Richard William ,...r.... ----A------- 5 7 Boell, Marcia ,...Y.........VY.,,,..YYVV,,,YYY YYYYYY--AA 1 25 Boestler, Roger Lee .YY,. ,...... Boggs, Carol Elaine ,,,, Boggs, Olive ........Y.,...,,,, , Bolen, Gary Howard ,,,,,. Bolton, Walter ,,YY,,, .,,Y,,, , Bondy, Cecil Harold ....,..., Barham, Sandra .,,,,.,.,...,.. Bope, David Allan ,,,,,,, ,, Boring, Gerald Wayne.. Boss, Carolyn Luella ,,,,,. Bostie, Vergie La Fern ,,,,,,, Bowers, Charles L. ...., ,.,, , Bowers, Patricia Ann Bowman, Billie Jean ,.,,. Bowman, Richard ,,,,,,, Bowman, Rogerette ,,,,,,,,,,, Boyce, David Edward H .,., ,, Boyce, Donald Frederick, Boyd, Charles , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Boyd, Florence E. ,,,,, ,,,,, , Boyd, Frew C. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Boyer, Gail Marie , ,...,... . Boylan, Marilyn Elaine ..,. Boyaln, Ronald William ,,,, Boyling, Carole Louise ,,,,, Boyling, Marilyn Lee Boyre, Iudyn Y,,,,Y,,. ,.Y.... . , Braddock, Barbara Ann . Braddock, Carl .,i.i..,,,.,,,,, .. Braden, james... i,,,,,,,,,, Bradley, Ruth Ann ,,,, Bradshaw, John ............ .. Bradshaw, Nancy Io ...,,,,,, Braffett, Fielding Caara .,,,,,, ,, Brearley, Shirley Ann Breneman, james Marland Brenhiser, Ierry ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brewer, Ralph Oliver, 152 26 ENJOY , 26 57, 142, 153, 141 26 WWm::iElEI.70 26 64 VELVET 125 57 74 ICE CREAM 14, 85 50, 122 Qffff56," 50 57 57 82 50 .,,,.,,.74 82 27 57 1,,......145, 141 Our Sincere Congratulations To The CLASS CDF "57" on the completion of your high school course . . . may the foundations laid in these past years be secure for your lifetime of building and your ultimate success be assured. eff fmnos. SiEWA In C TUC llcllf K Ulm BLOCK Nlwml WHERE GOOD FURNITURE IS NOT EXPENSIVE Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1957 TRIPLEX MACHINE AND DESIGN CO DEVELOPMENT MACHINE WORK WELDING AND MECHANICAL HANDLING 180 Grant Street PHONE DI 4-4349 Bi-ingardner, Richard Allen Y........ ------fYYYY rg 3 Brodt, Rebecca Ann VYY........YYY Brookhart, Gary King ,,,....., ,, Brookhart, john Douglas .,,,,,, Brooks, Bonnie ejan VYY.......... Brooks, David Alan. ....,,, , Brooks, Norma Sue, ....... .. Bromberg, Ross .,,.Y ,,,Y,,...... Broseus, Jack, ......... .- YYYYVY Y.Y... Brothers, Marcia Lane .,,,,,, . Brown, Barbara Carol ......, ,, Brown, Eleanor Louise .,....., Brown, Gary Wilson ,,,,,,. 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Bush, Dorothy Louise ,,,,,,,,i Bush, Kathleen Beaulah ,,,,,, Bush, Kathryn Eula ,,,,,,,,,, Butter, Robert joseph ,,,,,,, Buttler, Willianm Harry ,,,,,,, Butts, Rosmarie ....,,.....,,,,,s 82 50 57 50 50 50 82 50 1 8 78 ,.............,. .27 27 50 70 66 57 27 27 50 57 50 1 9 Bynum, Thomas ......s.,ss, C Callan,, Elaine Bella .......... Callander, Callentine, john Robert ,..,, Dan tt,ts,t.,,t,t,,tt ,...,,,78 t,,,, 150 ........82 Callentine, Roger,...... ,,...... 7 4 Cameron, Marilyn. ..,.........,...... .,.,,ttt 5 7 C ampbell, Barbara Mae ,tt.t,..,t .YYYYYV 5 0 Congratulations to the Class of 1957 K L I N E ' S DEPARTMENT STORE 19-21 South Third Street Compliments Of ''791F551?j?'?'?'fFYEEi?'f?fE:ffffff:'f' " "" 'EZ?15???f1??i?f5f:f: re- f : jf I asisi 5?fi5?ii-" Eg55i5?' g 2931 " "':"" "' "" "'1 ' :ff 1 :s::::5:::1:Ez:f.:, 55 5 1. 1 ,V 3251 3 ...,, 1 1' 1 ' A J "' ' ' .. , .,... 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Cartnal, Judith Ann ,,,,,,, Carver, Larry .,,,............ Carver, Vicky ........,.... Cash, Cash, Cashdollar, Charles Wil Cashd Rich ard r,..r..,,,,,,,,,.....,,,..,.. Robert ,,,.,YY......Y... ........ ollar, jerry ,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,YY ham YYY,,,, . Castle, Thomas ,,,,,Y,.YY,..,, .. . Cavey, Janet Kay ,Y,..,........ Chaney, Carol jane ,r,,,. ,,,,,,, Chapman, Helen Louise ,,,,,,, Chapman, Margaret ,,,.,,,...,.., Chapman, Paul ,,,.Y,.........,,, Chapman, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Chapman, Wilma Mae ,,,, ,,,, Chappelear, Carol Yvonne... Charles, Richard Paul ,,.,....,.., Charlton, Roberta Ann. .r,r. , Chase, Carol Jean ....,.,,,,,, ,, Chesser, Philip Rodney ,, Churc Churc h, Barbara Io ,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,. h, Iames Clarence ,,,,,,, Chynoweth, Dr. john L .,YY,,, ,, Claggett, Michael Bruce' .,.,. . Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, Class, Claws Claws Alice Jeannette Charles Raymond .,... David ....,,,,,,,,,,,,...,..,.... 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A I iel, Harrison, .... .. ........28 ...ffffff5E',"'i' ..,.Qffflif'55," fiifggiigggggfggj ELEcTmcAL CONTRACTING RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL iff WIRING 82 22 58 28 70 80 50 78 67 58 50 78 51 82 134 131 153 141 1,,s,,f.e,5sf 153, 141 ""'s'11iii1ff?ii1 Phone DI 4-5384 Heath, ohio 28 13 78 28 80 82 Heath 145, 141 as 147, 149 ee El9Cl'I'IC COITI CID P Y ...Mass .,....,,,5s ,1..,..,5s ........70, 72 Congratulations to Class of ,57 BUCKEYE ODORLESS CLEANERS 70 East Main Street Newark, Ohio NEWARK DEALERS CURRAN MOTORS CO. Olds - Cadillac FRANK L. ELLIOTT MOTORS, DeSOtO - Plymouth COOPERRIDER CHEVROLET Chevrolet COCHRAN MOTORS Dodge - Plymouth THE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Chrysler - Plymouth - Studebaker INC. WALKER - BATTAT MOTORS Ford PETERSON - BUICK, INC. Buick CARROLL PONTIAC, INC. Pontiac Crothers, Bill ....,,,,,,,.v,,,,..... Y....VY, 8 0 Crnthers, Larry Wallace ., 1 .YY,.. ..78 Crothers, Robert Earl ,..,. 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Vernon Road NEWARK, OHIO FA 6-1551 Q23 LIVE BETTER---ELECTRICALLY OHIO POWER CO. WARK, OHIO Devereaux, Sally Lee ..... ,Y.,Y Devoll, Earl John .,.,Y...,..... Deweese, Walter ,Y,Y,YYY,,..Y... DeWitt, Shirley Kay ,YYYY,Y,,Y,.,. Dickerson, Donald Ray ,,,,,,,,, Dickerson, Edwyn ...........,..YY Dickerson, Fleeta ....,.. .......... Dickerson, Jack ....YY.,Y...,...,... Dickover, Warren Edward .,.. ..,.., Diller, Marion ,YY,.YYY..YY,,,,,YYYYY.. Dllts, Gary L .,YYY.,.,..,,......YY.Y,YYY. Dishon Barbara Sue ........... Dispenimette, Larry Earl ,,.,.. 1 ll Diss, Jerry ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Dodson, Russel ,ss.,,ss,ssss, ,s,,s, Donaghue, Sharon Kay, Dondrea, Larry Lee ,..,,...... Donley, James Richard ..r.,.. Dom, Helen P .s,s,ss,sss,, ,,,,ss. Douglas, Diana Lynn ,,,,,,,,, Douglas, Maxwell K ........ Dove, Paul Truett ............... Dowie, Vergene .................... Dowling, Cynthia Sue. ....,.......... Dowling, Elizabeth Ann ,... Dozer, Mary Kathryn ,...,,.,,, Dragics, Nicholas George, Dragics, Robert Oren .Y,,,,,,., Drake, Darell ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Drake, Jerilyn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Drake, Robert Eugene ...... Drozdowski, Steve ..........,... Drumm, Barbara Jean ....,.. Drumm, Sue ,sss.s,............. ...,. Drumm, Rita Darlene ,...,...,.,,,, Drumm, Roverta Darlene, Duckett, Harold Eugene ,,,, Dudgeon, Galen Rlchard ,,,,,,,, ..,.... Duff, Janet .......,...,,,...,....,.,., Duffee, Dugan, Joan Grace ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Marna Lou ........,. Dumm, Helen Martha ....,........ Duncan, Judy Ann ....,....,.. .,....... Dunlap, Charles Raymond Dunlap, Cynthia Sue .......... Dunlap, Sharon ,,,,........,,.... Dunlap, Terry Martin ,,,,,,,,,, Dunn, Linda Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Durant, Katheryn Lee ...,,...,. Durdon, Poanne Eurie ,ss,,,,, Dusthimer, Phylis Arlene .... 51 'fffffffff51Q"' as 51 16 51 29 21 21 as 51 """"i'52iMi5l""gil 58 ' Congratulations 1,..,..5s from ,,,,,,.....29 .......21, 147 , D F cl ugwoy oo ,..,...58 ..,1..,17S k Mor ef 82 30 ,,..,....,...,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,... .151 30 ....58, 153, 141, 1648 W. Church shea DI 4-6110 1,, 78 .,..,..30 1.11166 ,,,.,,,30 ,,...,,51 ,..,,,,51 ,,,.,..30 ......,51 Congratulations to the 100th Graduating Class Compliments of H I F I SH O P Congratulations to The Class of 1957 NORTH FORK DGRAVEL co. WASHED, CRUSHED, AND GRADED GRAVEL TOP QUALITY SANDS Waterworks Road FA 5-8301 Dutcher, Connie S .,Y,,. ,, Dyar, jean Eloise ,,,,,,,, Dyer, Nancy Sue YYYY..Y, F Earley, Nancy Sue ........ Eckert, Charles ...,....,...... Eclebery, Allen jay ,l.,.,.. Edgell, Bruce ,YY,,Y,YYY,YYYYYYYYY Edgell, Lola Mae ,Y,,Y,,,,YYY Edman, Warren Herbert ....... Edwards, Amy ,,,,,,.,................ Edwards, james ,Y.............. Edwards, P. B ............ Egan Phylissv, .......,,,. Egnew, Bonita Kay ....,,,, Eifinger, Joyce Ann ,,,,,.YY, Eis, Patti Arlene ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Eisman, Larry .l.,,,,,,YYYY,,,Y Elk, Betty Lou ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., Elk, Thomas Eugene ,.,,.,,. Ellxs, Suzanne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... Emerson, Cecilia Mae ..,... English, James 1 ....,,.... .. Enich, Mary Anna ,..,.... ,,,,,,,,,30 .,,,,,,,,18 ,,,..e...5s .., .....,..,5s ,,,,,.,,,58 ,,,.,,,,,l9 58 s .1.,.,..vo ,,,,,,,51, 58 85 51 30 . ..,.,,.. 78 51 Eppert, Sandy Lou ,,,,,,.,, ,,,.....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, ,.,....,...,,,.,,,, 5 8 Erick, Edward Henry ,,,,,,, 51, 139, 85, 147, 149, 136 Evans, Carol Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,...........,,...,..,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,, 8 2 Evans, Danny Addison .....,.. ,,,.... .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,, .,,,,,,,,, 5 8 Evans, Marcia Ann .......l, ,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Evans, Pattie Ann ..,,r,..,,, ,,,,,.,,, 5 8 Evans, Shirley ....l,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,.. 6 6 Evans, Sue ,,,.....,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,.. ,,,....., 7 0 Everett, Susan Diane ,...,.,, ......... 5 8 F Factor, Alyce ,,,,,,,,......... ,,,,...,, 6 6 Fairley, Norma Jean ......,. ,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Farley, Lanny Ray .....,.., ,,,.,,,,, 5 8 Fanner, joyce Ann ,,,,,,, ,.,,,.... 5 8 Farmer, Loretta ,,,,,,,,.,,,.... ,,,,,,.., 7 0 Farnham, Muriel Sue, ,..,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,, 5 1 Farquhar, Nancy ....,.,...,,,,,,,,,,. ,.,...... 5 1 Farrington, Frank Samuel ...,... Farrow, Don Maurice ,,,,,,, Feaster, Constance Ann ......... Fee, Donald Edward ,........ Fekete, Larry Allen ,,,,,,, Fenneken, Larry ,,,,..,,.. Ferrell, Esther .,..... .- GOOD LUCK to the Class of ,57 J. M. MITCHELL, Inc R. Forgrave R. Oder HOHNER' Pl-ll 'I' CD. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF T957 F1 B LAS NEWARK, OHIO Ferry, Forrest Williams...,, Fetter, David William ..,...,, Fifield, Ierry Keith .,............ Fifield, Judith Kay ..,...,,. Fike, Delbert Orista ,,.,,,,. Finck, Larry Mene ,,,,,,r, ,,,, Finley, Martha Agnes ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fisher, Marguerite Bunice ........ Fitch, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Fitzgibbon, Mike ...,...,,,,,,.,,,,, Fitzgibbon, Mike ...i,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fitzimmons, Roberta Diane ..,.... Fltzsimmons, Vickie ,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,l, Flanagan, Linda ,,,,,,,,,lA,i ,,,,,,, Flemmg, Edith ...,i,,,,,,,,,,, Fleming, Mary Marie ,,,,,,,, Fletcher, Leroy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fluharty, Beth Ann ........ Fluharty, Darla ...,,..,,.. ,,,,, Fluharty, Patricia Ann ,,,,.,,, Foit, Ronald Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Foor, Esther .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Foote, Gary Lynn ,,....... Ford, Sandra Lou ...,..,. Fortney Sue Marie ,.,,,i.,,,, Foster, Barbara ,,,,,,l,,,,,,,, Foster, Diana Darlene ...... Foster, Herman Harley ..,... Fox, Carole Sue ....,.......,,,,,, Frame, Terry ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,VA,,A, Franklin, Beatrice ,,,,,,,,,,,YYYAYYA Franklin, Elizabeth P. ,,,,,...,,,,, Franklin, Robert Beall, It .,,.,,,, Franklin, Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,,AAA ,,,,,Y,,,,Y, ,,,,, Frasher, james Granville YYYYYY,,.. Frazier, Ronnie ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,r,,,,,,,,, , ,, Fredritz, Suzan jane ,,...., ..... Freeman, Darlene Louise ,,,,,, Freeman, Delores Ann e Freeman, Ida Marie, ...,,..,, Freytag, Anita ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,o,,i Friel, I-Lugh Raymond ,.,i,,,,, Frlel, Lmda Lou .......,. .,,.. Friend, Janice Evelyn .,.i,,., Frye, Elizabeth ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fryling, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r, Fryman, Frederick ,...,..,, Fulk, Donna Vivian ,,,,, Fulk, Patricia Irene ,,,i.,i. Fulkerson, jerry ,,,,.,..... Fulton, ,lack Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Fulton, Shirley Ann ,,.,,,,,, 51 51 58 58 ,,....,....,5s 31 .,,,,,,,,..70, 72 ,,,,,,,,,,13l, 133 ,,,,,,....l31, 133 59 ,HW125 .,,..,,,,65 51 78 sz 74 51 51 59 74 59 ..,.,.,,..131 52 52 66 52 31 82 52 74 51 51 51 31 82 78 51 51 74 74 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Residential and Commercial WIRING AND FIXTURES PHONE FA 2-0871 Or FA 6-2281 HOLLAND Electric Shop 63 North Avenue Newark, Ohio 59 51 59 59 SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive ,Q -S TH WHITE'S STUDICJS Prize Winning P H O T O G R A P H Y Weddings - Portraits - Commercial - Aerial W. W. WHITE Over 1000 International Awards -:- 34 Years Professional Experience Phone F Airfax 4-4651 4335 North Third Street Gabe, G Lee Robert ,,,,,,, Gamble, Patti. .....YYYYYYYY...,4. . Gander, Larry Hubert ,..r,.. Gard, Charles F ..,,,.,,,,,,,, 1, Gard, Judy Ann. ..V..,,.YY Y Gardner, Ruth ,.......... Gardner, Thomas ,..,. .. G aree, Garee, Carey, Dale .,,,,,,,YYYYYY..Y.... Joan Elaine ,,,,.,. Ronald YY,,YYYYYY,,,,. Garrabrant, Ellane ,YY,,,..,.... Gartner, Larry Jerone ,....... Gartside, Jerry Joe ,YYYYYYYY,....... Donna Y,Y,YYYYY,.YY..,......... ....VV. JoAnn YYY,,Y ,YY.,... ..,.....YYY. ...Y..V...Y.V Milburn Ellsworth ..,, W ,,........,,, Mildred Louise ,.YYY,,,YY YYYYYYY a, Frances Darlene .. Garvin, John Edward, Gaskell' Gaskella, Marianne ,,YY,,,, ,,YY..... Gaunder, Robert vYY..YYYY,, YY.. . .. Gearhart, Robert ,YYYYYYYYYY,,.. ........ Geidenbarger, Saundra Lee ,..... .. Gelfer, David . .,,,,,,,,,,, ,..,......... . Geller, Leah Suzanne ,YYYYY,.,... Geller. Patricia Louise ,,,,,,.. Gentry, Delores Y,,YYYY,Y,,,Y 1 ,,.. . George, George, George, Gibson, Stanley Dale ...., ..,,,,, Gilbert, Dennis Robert ,.,,,, Gilham Givens, Helen Elizabeth ,,,,,,,,, Givens, Margaretr, .,YY.Y,,YYYY W Glam-y, John Wesley ,,,,,,, Glasmeier, Judith Kay ,,,, ,, Glass, Bonnie Kay ,,,,,r. Glennan, Dianne ,,,,,.. Glover, Ronald ,..,,..,...,.,. Goddar rl. Betty Sue .....,.. Goff, Judith Marie ......,,, '12 as 51 77 59 ,Weis sz 1.1.1170 ,,,51, 134, 131 Congratulations 59 Class of '57 Numero 59 ,,,,,,,59 5 ai L MOTOR 52 FR E I G H T I N C I , 74 59 51 ,,,,,,,136 , ,,,,,, 51 31 1 .-Y---N-YYY-YvY ,,,,,,,,,,,, ' ' X ' g3fiiin,TB1g:a1d Lee -,Jwb lg 171 R1V61Sld6 D1 we NCW2llk, 01110 Goodwin, Julie ..,,,,,.,11.,.,,1,,,11.,1 ,,,,, , 66, 68 Goodwin, Suzan Lorraine 1,,...... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 59 Gordon, Robert Eugene 11,,,,,, Y YVVVYYV 59 Gordon, Thomas .,11.,1,., ,,11,11 ,.,,,,,,, 7 4 Gasnell, Edward .,,...,.1.1., ,.....,,, 7 0 Gasnell, Mildred Ann ......, .... ..,, 5 1 Goss, Joe ...,1,.,.,..,............... ,..,,,,, 8 2 Gost, Marilyn ...,...,...,.............,,. ,.,,,,,,, 8 2 Gough, Thomas Franklin ,...... , , 59 Grady, Barbara Eilene ,,11,,..1. Y ,,,.., 59 Compliments of THE WYETH-SCOTT CO. Sisal Street NEWARK, OHIO Compliments of KAISER ALUMINUM Kaiser Aluminum 84 Chemical 'Corp Newark Works Graft, Judith Ann V...........YY..V Graham, Gary Taylor ...f.f.YfVV.V. Graham, Robert Kenneth YYY,,,, Green, Ann Louise YYYY............. Green, Margey Ann YYY...........YVff Greer, Nancy Margaret .,..... Gregg Herbert ,...YY,YYY,,..,...... Gregg: Kenneth Lynn ,,,,,,, Gress. Raymond .....vY,Y,,,,, Griiifby, Dale .....v..,.,,,,,,Y.r. Gro am, Mark David ,,,,,, Grove, Beverly Sue ,,,,,,, Grove, Joyce Lynn ,,,,,,, Grove, Nancy Mae ..,,,,,, Grove , Raymond ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Grove, Shirley Irene ,Y,a.... . Grove, William Dale ,,,,,.. QQ11QIQ1f5Q 51 59 51 3 1 3 1 3 1 82 51 82 59 59 51 31 59 59 59 59 16 59 At the Sign of the Golden Arrow HOTEL WARDEN DINING ROOM Open Daily - Sunday 12 6 P M Grover, Eugene ,,,.YYY,,,A,,... --------, Groves, Judith Ann ,,,..r.,...... ,,,,.,,,, Grumm, Carol G .,,,Y,YYrYr...,...... .-,..--,ffA-- Grunewald, Claire Loretta ,......... ..,..,, 5 , 31 Guess, Nancy ,YY,aaa,aYYY,,.a...,...,,.... 66 Gull, Kirby ee,,,,,,eeee,e,.r.,.,............. aeeee.. 1 25 Gutridge, Charlotte Gladys ......,.. ,..,,,,A, 3 2 Gutridge, Judith Lee ....,..... ........ ,.,,,..,, 5 9 H Hacher, Robert Hans ,a,,aa. ...,,.,,, 5 9 Hafler, Marilyn Sue ,..,,.,... ...,,.,,,.,,, 5 9 Haga, Alfred W'alter ,... ..., ,,,,..,,.,,,,,,, 5 2 Hahn, Deanna aa,Y..a,....... ..... 5 2, 59 Hahn, Janet ,,..,........... .......,,,,., 3 2 Hahn, Neal ....... 82 Hale, Jack R. ...... ,Y,1,,,1 2 1 Haley, Dale ....... ..........,.,., .....,,,,, 7 4 Hall, Robert ,....................,, .VYYY ,,--,,A.,, 8 2 Hamilton, Betsy ..........,..,,.,,,,,,, .,,.,,.,, 7 4 Hamilton, Rosalie Marie ,..,,,,, ..,..,,,, 3 2 Hamer, Gary ...Y,.., ..,............., ....,.... 8 2 Hamm, James Albert... ......... .....,, . .78 Hamm. Larry Gene .......... ........ . . ..... 32 Hammack, Christine Sue ......... ......... 5 2 Handel, George S ...........,. ..... ...l.... 5 9 Handel, Luanne .................... ..l...... 7 4 Hanes, James Howard.. ..... .......... 3 2 Hanes, Richard Russell... ..... ....... . .52 Hanes, Thelma ,,,..,..,,, ...,.. .,.........................................................., 1 7 Hanshue, Carole ........... Hannah, Charles David Hannahs, Dixie Arlene Harlow, John .... ..................... ...132, 52, 148, 145, 131, 147, 141 .......138, 136 FA 4-0711 ROCKWELL SPRING AND AXLE CO OHIO AXLE AND GEAR DIVISION Congratulations to the Class of 1957 . x V ,gd rl 'fi I N I , . f t N 5 f f' NGRA Q t t .- 'ARK E fi, , t 5 'O I' 1 N N C-, ,gun ,e tw A t to ts t so f f-ff: t t ' f , ef t t f OTif'7't1 N.fe1s ' TJ It ' Z ,t - kim t 3 at ' A t ' t fe of 1, I q uw 1 9, .. f ' I ---L 9 ' ' 1 552 'T " - '- J 'lf 79 'f ' i A' " ' Q KT -H' I ,1- aaa 'rt 44 ieitifif X I 5 -, W,. 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O, 4. t Ls lag . 1 if , It ' A t ef X-' 4 M ,Y 'I '-,S-9.21-QQ 'g JL Io , 1 '- . 1 A if- 1 kk,-Kxinfgg-gg-,5x,Tj, " Lf, .V . . .L :fl -Y ,:, Q .' j-,:. -, Congratulations cmd Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 THE NEWARK ENGRAVING CO. 52 South First Street PHONE FA 4-4101 NEWVARK, OHIO Harlow, Paul ,,,,,,,...., .,Y,,, 1 9, 136 Harman, Burma ,,.......... ,YY,,,Y,,,VY,,. 7 4 Harper, In Ann ,,Y,.......,,,, YYYYYYVYYV. 3 2 Harris, Barbara jeans, Y.YV., .159 Harris, Don Eugene ,,,,,Y,, ,.Y...... 5 9 Harris, Earl Kelly ,,,,,,,, , VY..v.... 78 Harris, Ellis Edwin ,,,,,,, .....,,Y 3 2 Harris, Gary ,....,...,, .YY.,,Y, 5 9 Harris, Kathleen ...,,,,, ........,Y,, 7 4 Harris, Larry ,,,.,Y....., YYYYVVVY YY.., 8 2 Harris, Linda W ,,...,,,,,, W ,YYY... 80, 73 Harris, William A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, YYY,YYY ....,Y,,Y,,,, 5 9 J Harte-r, Wilbur Vernon , ,.... , .,,,, .,., .... 3 2 F R E I E R Hartshorn, Terry Ronald ,, ...., .,,,,,Y, 5 9, 144, 141 Hallman, Allen ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,... . , ,Y,Y,,,Y,....,Y,.,,.. , 80 Hawkinson, Ronald ,,,, ...,,. , v....YY,,YY,, 7 0 Hayden, Charles Richard ,.,,,,, .,....., 3 2 Haynes, Diana ,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,, .,,Y,, Y 80 Haynes, john ,,....,.,,,,,,,,, , . YY,,,,Y,,...,,,,. . , 82 ' Headlee, Letha .,,,,,,, ,,Y,,YY.. .,...,Y,,,,Y, 2 1 Heckleman, E. H. .,,,,,,,,, .... ,,Y,,,YY , , , 81 Heffley, Charles James .,,,, ,,,,Y, 5 2, 153, 141 Heft, Ronald ,, ,,,...,,,,,,,,,...... , .,,,,,,,. ,,YYY..YY,,..,Y,Y,,,,,,, 8 2 Heid, Frieda Irene ,,,, ,,Y,...,,,, , Y, ..,,...,Y,,Y,,, 32 Heightshoe, Harold Eugene ,,,.... YY,,YY,,Y . Heimerl, Ralph William.. ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,Y,... 8 2 Heindricks, Mildred ,,,,,,, .. ,,,,,,, ,,,Y,,,Y 1 9 . . Hei59y,Th01naS iiiiiii iii,,,,,, 74 Hoofmg and Spoutmg Henderson, Beverley Sue, Y....,.. 52 lllllenclierson, Ieanegel ,.... encren, Robert ater ,,,,,,,.. .....,,. . ' Hendricks, ,Ohh Carl 59 F urmzce and bheet Metal Work Henry, Audrey Lee ,.,,..,,, ,,... ,,,,,, ,..,.,,, . .,.. 3 2 Henry, Dale Milland ...,,, ,,,, ,,,..... 5 2 , 153, 141, 136 Henry, Richard Kenneth ,, ,,.... ...,,,,,,,,,,,,........,,,,,,,,.., 3 2 Hensley, Gladys Demelra ,,....., ,,,,,,, ,,,..,, ,,,,,,,,... 5 9 Ilzllephriy, h Judy El ,,,, ,,,, ..,. ,....,.. g 2 eis, at erine iza eil ,,,... ,,,..... 9 Hesse. Arlene ,,,,,,,,... t ,VVVY f ,.,,,... 66 125 East Church Street Hichman, Connie ,,,,,.,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,. 8 2 II-gill, Homer Ci-eorge ...,, ,,,.,.,. 4 i , Janet Ar ene ,,,...., ,,,..... 9 Hill, Mary L. ..,,,,,,,,.... titt ,,,...,. 7 o NEWARK, OHIO Hilleary Alice ,,,,,,.... .. ,,,, .,,, , 59 Hilleary, Betty M. ,,,,,,,,... ,,,,,,, ,,,..... 7 0 Hillcary, Eleanor Louise ...,,,,,., ,.,..... 5 9 Hilleary Kenneth junior ,,,,,.,.. ,....,.. 5 2 Hilleary Margaret Sarah ,,... ......., 5 9 Hingcr, Duncan ,,,....,,,,,,,,.... ...,,.,, 8 2 Hitc, Carol Rosella ,,,,,,,... ,,,,,,,, 5 2 Hivnor, Tnhn Philip W ,..,,, ,,,,,,,, 5 2 Hobaek, Richard Thomas ,, ,,,,,,,. 52 For the BEST in Office Supplies Business Furniture THE ADVOCATE STORE QJWKD GNMVD For the BEST in Printing of All Kinds ,HE v cafe , . rlnfmg COMPANY PRINTERS I OFFICE EQUIPMENT I ENGRAVERS Avvoure BUILDING 9 ' NEVARLONIO FOR THE iq S I I ai V 2 FOR HER Train Cases O,Nites Pullman Hat Box i FOR HIM H s S , QV -1 Z , 1 x . x if "rig-, f'-,'i g 0 1 YK., I on W v , Companion Two Suiter LUGGAGE FROM OXLEY BROS. LUGGAGE 36 South Third Street The Present with a Future Hofacker, Iudith Ann ,,,,,,, Hoffer, Evan VVilliam ,,,,,,.,. Hoffer, Linda Mae YYY.,,,,,,,,, Hoffer, Mary Leota ,,,,,,, H ffa T L o cr, crry ee ,,,,,,,,, Hoffer, Ronald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 Eofftaker, Judith, ,,,,,,,, , V . j 1, ', ogue, Duane Keith ,,,,,,,, , J 'f 'G' P" LV' Holcombe Lois s ' ,, Honombei Thcifagiiiiiiriiis 11 ,eee 5 R Fl' Hollor, Emily Sue ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, YY.Y,Y,,YY, X 'c XX fl gouingskeflcl, IjVIii'joric Louise W ,Q K' M o is, en ln say ,,Y,,Y,,, .... , M 139 ,,. Z Hollister, Sydell E. A.,, ,,.., Yv TW H lt , D .............,,,,,, ,,,, , -M6 Q Hass, Suszrm ,tt..oo..ii,iii 'wb Kg il 1'f,.-'ufgf ,Eff ,V Holton, Terryu ......,...,, ' off' XX Y' ' ":"',F'i M, Holtsberry, Linda Lee W ' Xl X xl 1 W' Holtz, Charles ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.... X-N Q - fl, Hone, lean Ann ,,,,,,,,.., .. N ,X E i qi l Hoover, larry Paul ,,,,.i, ....Y - vlx H ' if ll" X FYVY Igornunlyf, girfgn Lguisfi i X jj' K xr X Hornyiak, M1 ert tan ey, X f' Hgighlliss, B22if1g9Giieai.,"'i Compliments f High Grade Pies, Donuts, 0 Cakes and Pastries ' S C C N K I.. E Decorated Cakes Our Specialty I DAIRY ISLE RILEYS BAKERY 471 West Church Street 19 West Church Street PHONE FA 3-9061 EMERSON The Young Men's Store . 'W In Style ,M Clothes-- In Policy 'l yji In S "'t - '1 W" U as for Ploly rl m e 7 f 1 r X , or Dress .3Q.Zj,xJ Q V 1 . A l for Ever Occoslon Y Atv- hh 'A - EMERSON Clothes Look Right - YV ear Right - Feel Right The ROE EMERSON Store Value - Service - Courtesy - Since 1887 11 S. YVest Side Square H Ottmger, Dale Thomas ,,,,,,, FF 5: 215- 99 A :: SG! F' m 5' QL 32, 'zmara ,,,,, ,.A,.. . , , 'D 5 O W '1 G M oomklcn mwow mmm: S2 ouse, Anno .,,,,,,,,Y,,YY.,YY,,,,,,..,,,Y H .,YY, : z ' ,,,, W 33 52 se, Donald Kelth se, james Arthur ,,,,,,,, ,,,Y,,..,,A. Ouseholder, Roll d ,Y.., L 59 Ouseman, Ben.. ,,,Y,,,YY,, Houseman, Judy ........ ,.YY,, H ward, Lee ...,.......... 83 Howarth, Louis Ioseph 33 Howell, Sally Ann .... ..,..Y 5 7 H y, jerry ,,,,,.,,,.. ,..... . ..,. 7 8 H y, Joyce Ann, ,.,.,..,.......,. 70 72 Huffman, Ron ld Lee .....,, ...,,...,. 5 2 Hufforcl, Charl B j min ......,, 52. Hughes, Barbara A ,,,,..,...,.. 70 72 H ghvs, Iames ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,... 5 9 Hughes, Judy ,,,,,,, ,,,,., 5 9 Hughu., Rob t YYY, 66 Hughes, Robert C. H 19 125 Humbert, Gary Lee ,YY,,, 52 60 Ilumcs, Judy YYYYYY,Y, ,,YYY,,YYY,,, 6 0 Humvs, Suzanne joy YYYY,,Y, 52 Hummel, Eddie ,,.,,,...,. 78 Hunt, David .................. 60 , . KODALS FILM PHOTO SUPPLIES HALL 84 SON 32 North Third Street Wm. H. Huffmon 933 GRAFTON ROAD Newark, Ohio PHONE FA 5-7941 Residential Builder 94 ---1... - Hunt, Neva Mae ,YYYY,Y.,.,.. Hunt, Noretta Eileen ,,,,, Hunter, Barbara Benton .......... Huntsman, Terry ..........,........ Hupp, Sue ..,,...,........,......,. .. Hupp, Susan .....,..,................. Hutchison, Carlene June Hyne, Cecil ...........,...,,.... Hyan, Dick .......,............. l-lyre, Shirley Ann ,,.,,,,,. I llcr, Delores Earlene ,,,,,, llcr, Joan Marlene ,,,,,,,,, Jacobs, Diana Sue ,,,,,,,, Jacobs, John C .,... ,,.,,,,,, ller, Judy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, lmhotf, Sandra Ann ,, lnlow, Gary. ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, inlow, Verna Louise ,,,,,,, lnscho, Steven Louis ,,,,,,,,, Irwin, Keith Allen ,,,,,,, Isaacs, Wayne ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I Jackson, Paul ,Y,..,,,...,,ii Jackson, Ronald .,.,...,,,i,. 78 52 52 G0 60 60 60 66 6 0 no 70, 72 ss, 3:3 74 3:3 eo 60 as 153, 141 so ....70 Jakeway, Dolly ,,,11,,,,,,,1, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, , W 70 Jelferies, Don Mike ,1..,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 32, 131,37 Jeffries, Sandra ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Jennings, Jo Ann ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 6 0 Jinks, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 7 8 John, Judy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,.. .,,,,,,, 6 0 Johns, Ronie 11,.,,.............,.. ,..,,1,, 7 4 Johns, William Allen ......... ,,,,,,,, 6 0 Johnson, Albert Junior ,,1.,.., ,,,,,,,,, 6 0 Johnson, Betty Ruth ,,.,,,,,,1,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 4 Johnson, Charles James ,,1,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 l Johnson, Diana Sue ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G 0 l folrmson, Egxrl J. 1111111111111111111 ,,1,... 5 2, 148, 139, 147, 1:32 . . 0 nson, eor e ,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, , .,,.......,....,....,,..,...,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,, Ijflntfng That PZGIZSGS Johnson, Jeanegte Marie, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 0 Johnson, Linda, ,,...,..... ........ ,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 6 Jolgnson, Marcia Elie ....,...,. ,,,,,,,,,,.1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 2. lg , ' .- ,o nson, 1 ancy en ,.,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 3 4 17" lvest Maw Sheet Johnson, Paul 1..,1111,,1,,111,11,, 1.,,1,111 1 37, 138, 136 Jones, Barbara Ann ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,....,.........., 5 2, 80 Jones, Barbara Louoise ,,...,.......,,1,.,,1,.,. 52 Jones, Charlotte Anne, .,,1.,,, ,SZ Jones, Clarice ,,,,111...1,,,,.,11.., 1 ..,,,.....,. 78 Jones, Durwood Frank ..,..,,. , ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 4 i Jones, Flory ,,,,, ,.....,,,,,........ ,,,,,,, 6 6 , 68 Jones, Gary Lee ..,,, .,,.., , ,,,,,,, . 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Parsons, Edith ,...,,.....,....,......... Parsons, Nancy Lou ,Y,.......,,.,..,. Parr, Virginia A.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,...,. Patterson, Charline Ann Y,,..,Y,. Patterson, Diana Mae ,,,,,,,, Patrick, Betty ........l,..,..,,,,,,, Patrick, Majorie ............. Paublas, Robert ............., Paul, Cynthia Lee ....,...,. Payne, Mary Lizzie ........ Peck, Brenda ,YYYY,YY.Y,Y...,...... Peck, Emma Arlene ,,.Y.,,... Peck, Mary Ellen .... .,,,,,,.,,,, Penick, James Reed ,...,,,,, ,,,, Pettibone, Peggy Louise ,,YY,,, Pettet, Roberta ..,.........,,,,,,,. Pettit, james Edward ,....,.. Phares, Mary Louise .......... Pharis, Peter Weist ........... Philips, Connie Lou .,,,........... Philips, Kay Francis ,.,............., Philips, William Stanley ........, Pickering, Ivy Ruth .......... Pickering, Ierole Allen ......,. Pickering, Myrlie Nida ,.,. Pickering, Russell Edward Pickett, Linda ...,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Pickrel, Iohn .,.,...,., 54, 131, 133 39 151, 134, 131, 147, '11Qiiiiff.'1..fffi..fff3...f33 Cvmvlimenfs Of .........1.,161 ....1...,71 11111111667 54 68 61 67 ...........1.......61 ..........79, so 111121 Gray Top Cob Lune 1...,.,1171 ,..1,...,71 1,...1.,.61 ijjjjjjjgi Phone No. FA 2-2221 .1..1,,,.61 .........62 1. .11.... 39 Compliments of . . RUGG CO. Newark, Ohio Manufacturers Since 1888 . VNPGS1 A A 0 0 A IYNDAG A MVVNMVVNVNVNWYMVVNVN MV " A V66 A ' O I .r - cn Q 45 F- 5 1 5, U O D C LU .O 'I ix 2 2 E5 5 fO 1 LU g 3 I 4 Z Q 2 Q 5 5 42 5 3 -I-3 Q. an O 2 - cn Q S Q g :Q ff . 1 Q g E '-U . M gg E Q CD O .C 0 "" E N LLI : Q cn E 'O O 2 2 1 Q u. O ? J Q .. 5 3 E 5 CD 2 -E E fC ' u CD I5 .C I f 2 z 9 Q .c E 'T' O 'LKUJDUJ 7 9 D!AD!llLK9JDSQD!AD3QLlUJD!!JLK!ULkVJD!llD!!JD!'J DUJLX!U V LWIJDUJLXUJ 9 KJJDXW DSQLKVJDSALWJJDSALKWLKQULWALKWI V Plumm er, Sally Ann ............ Poff, Linda Sue ..............,..... Poland, Karl Foster YYYYYYYY,,vV..Y.VVVV.VV ..f-fYYf-- Pomeroy, Charles Judson ..Y.Y.,. - ........ Porter, Porter, Porter, Posey, Connie Hugh .......,....., Larry YYYY.,YY,.,Y.,V. VY....V. Rose Anna ,,,Y,,,,., Betty Jean ,YY,,Y,,.Y,Y Postelwaite, james YY,,Y YY.,,,. Potter, Larry Ernest .....,,,., .......153 ..,...,,,,,,.. ..75 .........62, 141 54 Compliments from Pound, Arthur Alan .......r. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee F INCH SHOES Ewing, Dale hilliltofi YY,.... .. f-f------Y-f- oun , june uci e ......... .YYV.Yf-.Y Pound, Bose Marie 7 VV....... ' 'VV YY ' 4 0 23 South Park Place Pound, Sandra Iean .YYY.YYY. YYVV....Y 5 4 Evweg, 13352fh,a'Xnn -,f--,f---'---f- Y f-f-ff--- owe , avi Y,,.,Y,,,,Y ...... Vfrrrrrfr Y 1 1 - - Powell, L31-ry Thgmas r,,Y,r,r,, rrrr,,vr,,,r,,,r 6 2 Shoes for the Izntzre Famzly Powell, William ,,,,,,,,.,,,...,..,...., ,,Y.f,V 7 1. 72 , , Powell, William, ,,.... PPP..VP.-PP-- 8 S Weather-Bird, City Club, Erice, JBlenjaEngn Iieonard ,Y...V.... 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Y..YY ..,,,,,,,Y 6 2 and Best Wwhes Quigley, Thomas Richard .....,..,, ,.,,,,,Y,Y 6 2 h f to lf 6 GSS 0 R Saga, Stlgsan Phyllis, ...,.r,, ,..,.,,., 6 E il er, enjamin ,,,,.,,,.... ..,.,,,,,, 7 ' k Rader, Grefchen Ian ........, ......,rr,,,,,Y, 5 4 J. A. Rader, Rebecca .,,,,,,........ ,,,,,,..,.r,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Ralston, Trent Haas .....,,,, ,,,,,,.... 1 31, 135 Raison, William Terry .,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 Ramlow, Patsy s,,ss,s.,...,,, rr,,,,,, 6 7, as YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY CENTER Ramsey, Doris JoAnn.. ,,,,.,, ,,,,,YrY,ss,, 4 0 Ratliff, Dorothy Eileen... ...... ,.... . ...62 Ratliif, Mary Kay ............,... ...........,, 5 4 Ratliff, William joseph .,....... ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 5 4 Rayser, Larry Lawrence... ..,.,.... 62, 152 PITTS LINCOLN-MERCURY, INC. The Home of Guarantee Sale and Service 600 West Church Street FA 4-0411 20 5 Congratulations Class of 1957 Green's Motor Clinic Garage Service You Can Depend On Sixth and Main Streets Newark, Ohio Rechcl, Linda Ann ,,,,,,,,,, Reck, Billie lean ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,.62 ,......71 Redman, Dean ,,Y..YYY,,,,,,,,, -------- Redman, jack Dean ..Y.Y,,,,,,, ---,--f 7 9 Redman, james Sheldon. Redman, jerry Lee ,,,YYY.,,,.,... ..A......-...-..----V,V----,------ff-,-, 6 2 Redman, Orville Earl ,YY,,,,.,Y YYYYYYYYYV.YYYV.......YVVVVVVVYVVVVVVYYAYVVV Redman, Ruth Ellen .,,,,,,,, ,.,,v..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A..YVYYVYY.VYYYYYY,YVYYY 4 0 Reed, james Paul ,,.,,,,,,.,,,, ..,..., 1 51, 54, 131, 135, 147 Reed, Kenneth Dale ......,Y.. .............YYV.YYYYYV.YY.-VV--Y4--A.--YY-- Reed, Peggy Anne ,,,.,..,,. .,.., ,.,Y.........V..VYY,Y, VYY...YY,.YY.... Reed, Robert William ,,..,,.., Reel, Don Y..YY,,YY,,YY.YY,YYY,,Y,YYYY.,,.. Rehheck, Gary Edward ,,rrYr,,,rrr,,. Reinheau, Merle Arlene .,,,,,,,, Reinbeau, Richard Lee ,r,,..,.,,, Renick, VVilma Jeanette ,,,,,,,,. 40 40 Retherford, Geraldine Kay Y,,,,,,,, Y..Y...Y... Rexroth, l Mary ,..........,..,..,,, ,,,, VVVYYY.YYYYYYYr Rey, Judith ,, r,......r...,.......,..... VYVYYYYYYVVVYYYYV Y Y Rey, Lois ,,,,,,,,rrr,.r.,rr,r.rr,,.,r VVVYYYVYVVY 7 1, Reynolds, Larry YY,rrrrrr,,,,rrrrr,, .....YYYY.....V Reynolds, Shelah Fern rrr,Y,,rrr ........... Reynolds, William Henry, Rian, Richard Howard ,,,,,,,, PLUMB - MOBILE Plumbing Shop on Wheels We Bring Our Tools The First Trip 1 Union Street DI 4-5860 BILL ROWE ond BOB NUTTER WALTER 'CHANEY CONSTRUCTION CO. 75 North Hazelwood PHONE FA 5-0611 The First Self-Service Store of Its Kind OPEN TILL 9 W O O LW O R T H ' S At the Plaza Shopping Center Compliments Of SCHIFF'S SHOES . ....... .. ,,,,., .,..r . .,,,. . ,.,, , ....., . A . -. . 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Rifflg, Niullcy jvarne , ,,,Y,,, Y,,YY,,,.l 6 2 W I L M A S Riley, Charles David ,,,,Y,, .Y,..,,. 6 2 Riley, Patty Sue .......l...,.. ,, ..YY,,,,., S2 Ritchey, james Joseph ,,,,,,,,, ...,,,,,. 5 4 Ritchey, Iudith ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,....., 7 5 Ritchey, Larry Eugene ,,,,,,, ,YYYYYYYY 6 2 Ritchey, Mary jane ,,,, , .,.YYYY,Y 41 Rizzo, Rosalie Sue ,,,, .YY..Y... 5 4 "For You Alone" D I X I E f h Barney s Beciuiy S op COAL YARD 1 Ar . 5 Cade Coal for Any Heating Iob FA 6-5411 41 Stanberry Street Phone FA 6-0201 THE NEWARK ASPHALT PAVING CO. and Subsidiaries THE NEWARK ASPHALT CO. THE VANATTA GRAVEI. CO. 1242 Mt. Vernon Road Newark, Ohio O an, 61' Ro Paula Mae vvYY..,,.,,, YYY.Y.YVAAVA.. 4 , 41 R an, Ralph Roman ...,.......,. .......... 6 2, 152 Roberts, Beverly Ann ,,.A,,..... .Y..AYY..,......V..YY 6 2 Rob Carol Lynn ......Y.Y,YYY ..Y.YY.Y....... 5 4 Rober Maiorie Kay... ......,, YYA.,..... . ...W41 Rober Stefanie Carole ,,,,Y,..Y ........,YYVVYYY 6 2 Robert Tittica Ann .....,,,,,, ......A....... 5 , 41 Robert Jerry Dwight ..,...,,, YYY,Y.YY..YY,.....Y......Y 6 2 Robinson, Evelyn Rose ,.,. . .v..YYYYYY..Y,.YYYYVV,,,Y. 79 Robinson, Phyllis Ann. Y,YYY,Y .,......... 6 2, 141, 153 Robinson, Wava Iuanita ,Y,,, ..YY......,Y,.,Y.......... 5 4 Rockey, Burdena Kay .,,,l... ..YY.,Y,.,,...,Y.YY,Y,,,.. 6 2 Rocky Melynda Lee Y,,,,,,,,. ................Y.YYY 6 2 R omas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ........... 7 5 R n eborg ,Y,,.,,,,.,,,,, YY,Y,.,,.. 2 0 nn . ................. .,...,, ...20 'JU 0311 .......,.,. 5151 'DU ooooo UGO.-D-CL-0 mano? UWB? .., . FQH Q cn-5-BJ ' :- ...DM-4 'J' nl UQ un 'U O ers, arles encer. . ......,...... 41 2525552555 o cog-o 55.55.15 - ::::Eg Q?f"fU5:' ra SQL-TEQQ -2"mw'5oN 5' QW z5E??i2l annum? fami CEE igi E02 : :':: :EE gli Baiubiinbsb: Nr-'Av-NNI Compliments Of Superior Auto Po rts ond Machine Co. Phone FA 2-2691 - FA 2-2641 201-205 West Main Street "Say it With Flowersv Compliments of Kent Flower Store BARBER'S Pure Oil Service Fourth and West Church Street Newark, Ohio Phone FA 4-4161 11 East Church Street Washing, Lubrication, Oil Change PHONE FA 6-5231 Tires, Batteries, Accessories, Service HIGH GRADE PIES Donuts, Cakes and Pastries DECORATED CAKES OUR SPECIALTY RILEY'S BAKERY 19 West Church Street Phone FA 3-9061 Ccmgratuhtions BU RTIC J EWELERS W. A. WALLACE CO. INSURANCE 801 Newark Trust Building Phone FA 9-6311 CORNER PASTRY SHOP R. J. HUFFMAN 182 VVest Church Street Fine Cakes and Pastries Newark, Ohio 43 South Third ' " PPIONE FA 2-1344 PHONE FA 2:7751 General Contracting and Repair Rose, Robert ,YYYY,Y,Y,Y,YYYYYY,, ..,,..,,..,,Y, 1 8 Rose, Ronnie ,, ,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,..,... ,,,,,,...,,,., 7 9 Suse, Vxilgam Wesley ,YY,..,... ,,...,..,,,..r 3 2 oss, rt ur ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...... ,,..,,,,.., , ., 9 R , , C ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,... ,,.,..,,..,,,, 6 2 N Raza, Haifa ee,,,ssss... ,,,eses 136 THE DIAMU D Rowland, Gaylene ,.... ,,,, L ,,,,,YY,Y 7 5 gunkls, lgergris ,,,,,, ,,,,,,r,,,,,,, SS, E usse . ar ara ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R t , L ,..... ,,,,,,,,,,., , ,67 63:11 ,.... ,eee,reeee,,ss 1 9 STORE F S A 1 Saad, Janie Lou ,,Y,,,,..,.,,, , ,.,,..,...,,,, 62 Hudson vel ue Eaiid, William Kennonn ,,,,. ,,,,.., ig 2 . 1 , ,..,,........ ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, . 4 , . . s,l1Q'Q'Xf1 1011231 iiii,,,,,,,.,, iiYiiiii,Vii,i 7 5 fakes This Opportunity to Congratulate 232'5a,f1'?n.kei55i3j3Q3sii iiiiiiijiigiggi The Gmdwfes Wifi Assure YOU Of Sanur, David -.,f...........AAffV 7s..,V........ 7 5 Our Appreciation of Your Sayers, Dan ,,,,,,,................,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 P t O, Saum, Charles William ,,,,,,,,.,.,. ,,,,Y,,,Y,Y,,r 5 4 a ronabe , Saunders, Linda Ann ,.,,,,.,.. ,,Y,YYY,,,,,,, 4 1 Scaffide, Eleanor May ...,.... , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 54 KELLEY GROCERY Fresh Meats, Groceries, Confections Congratulations to the Class of 1957 , DONEFF'S, INC. 679 Hollander Street ' FINE Foons Phone FA 6-5131 Congratulations and Best Wishes, Class of 1957 WEIANTS Hanover Road Newark, Ohio Growers of Greenhouse Leaf Lettuce, Bibb Lettuce ' Cucumbers and Tomatoes Serving the Produce Trade of Ohio and Middle States With the Finest Vegetables for 50 Years fl ... Compliments Smith Cleaning Co. J E F F R I ES SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALE TOBACCO, CIGARS, CICABETTES dz CANDY Corner Fifth and West Main Streets Phones: FA 2-7331- FA 3-3651 NEWARK, OHIO VI CI! S if d , S dy Eleano .... Y................ 5 6, S lan, Shirley Ann Y,Y,..,Y. Y.YYYYYYYYY..Y4..,A..Y4.. S anlon, Paul ...,......Y,.,YY.,,,YY, .,., YYY.YYYYv.4.,..vA.. 7 5 S -an-et, joseph Raymond , Y.YYY..Yv..Yv.YY .W54 'leuHnan, .andy Th mas ,,,,YYY,YY, .......,YY,,, S- a r, J e ,.,,A...,........., YY,. ............. s'h2ff'2f, Gif? Keifhl -AAP -----,,-----Q EUGENE L. CHAN EY S-helfler, Terry Charles, S-heiber, Ruth ,YY,,, .,.Y.YY,,Y,,, Shenk, Judy Annette ,e,eee.s,...... Y...YY....... Schlosser, Ronald Edward ..... ..vYY.vvY,v.. 4 2 Schofield, Donna ..7V.VVVvVYV-7.AVV... e...V.VVA..Ae 6 7 GENERAL CONTRACTOR 2-Il:oHhanN Charles Lee ,e., Y.Y.YY,..YY,, -2 3 S AEE, sZ?.iY..l'TYffT1j1g111i 1111i1111ii11v9 Commercial and Residential E Ott, glecilia. .... .,..,,.. ott. ar ene eona ' cott, Gary Edwin ...... ...... .YY..v....... 6 2 Remodellng Scott, Igennethglaylg ,,,.,.,.,. .,,.,.., ,,,,,,,,.,.,, 2 gl - tt, r a a ,,.,.... .... Y,,Y,..YY.,,, 5 " , B'3i?,'5ra ieaieue sss..,......... ee.eeeeeese,.e 5 4 PHONE FA 4-1477 S abright, Paul ,,.....,,,,,. .. ,ee,e...e..,,..., ...YYY....Y.. 7 5 S aton, Mary Lou .,........ ...,...,..... 6 7 Secrist, Marlene ,,..,.........., Y.......... ..75 S lby, Elizabeth Carol ,,,,,,,.,.,... ,.,.,.,,..,,, Quality Menis Store Since 1902 HERMANN'S South Third Street The Store Where Quality and Service Count Congratulations Class of 1957 Ohio Fuel Gas Company Congratulations C R I S S B R O S. Granville Street at Ninth Compliments to the Class of 1957 Independent Dairy, Inc. FA 4-3521 48 Kreig Street I I ALTMEYER SHELL SERVICE Super Shell Gasoline X100 Premium All-Weather Oil Granville Street at Buckingham Compliments of Marjorie PickreII Dance Studios Instructions in ALL TYPES or DANCING 3834 North Third St. Phone FA 4-3301 Sellers, Earline ...... .,,..,,. 7 1 Sensabaugh, Keith ,,...... 79 Sac eor, eecca ....... i,,,,,,i..ii.. N k SM. Sm. ,em .,,,,,rr ooooooooool,ooo 5 4 ewar Service Shaffer, Charlotte Arlene ...., ,,,,,,,,, 4 2 Shannon, Charles Clifton ,,i,, ,,,,,,,, 6 2 Shannon, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Sh Sh Sh ts, Robert Fran annon, Sylvia .. 4........, , , .whan, Sylvia Lea kln Sh ffler, Larry .......... Sh F k eldon, ran . ....., . Shepard, john Frederick gllrerman, Sherry Lee ..,, 125 152 81 Battery 23 South Fourth Street PHONE FA 2-2101 lds, Richard Douglas, ...,..,,,, 148, 147, 42 Shields, Sally Ann ...,,.,... Ar,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, 62 Shiun, Joann Donna ....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 . . Shipley, D011 Earle r-----,-eeA,eeA- eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee 6 3 Tune-up - Tires - Batteries - Etc. Shonebarger, jerry ,...,. ,,,i , 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H80 Shoults, john William ,i,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,YA,,,, 63 . I Shriner, james Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63, 141, 153 Mobfloil Products Sh hirg, Ruth Ann ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 163 Sh b g, Sally ,,,,,,,,,, -W ,,AY, Y, 80 Com liments , 'Q POWELL ELECTRIC INC. H- A. Nursery Electrical Contractors Hanover, Ohio North 5th Street Newark, Ohio GEO. ARENSBERG I PHARMACY Congratulations Specializing in Class of 1957 Prescriptions Fon 33 YEARS M A R T I N Heating Co. C-AS-COAL-OIL OHLIZ PAHS so oum THIRD! smear NEWARK. on-no Heating Equipment LigiJ PHONE FA 5-S241 "In Continuous Operation Rear 384 West Church Street Since 18767 Shumaker, jack Roger ,i..,,,. ,,,,.,,,,,,, 5 , 63, 141, 153 S'd I L ' 54 1 e . oulse .. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ,,,. . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . . . Sidwell, Steven Paul Y,.,,Y YY,.Y YY.Y,YYY,YYY,Y,,,YYYYYY,,,YY 5 4 Sidwell, William Keith ,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Siegle, Janice ,,.Y,i.Y,,, YY.,YYY,Y .YYYYY,Y,,YYYYY,,YY,Y.. 7 5 Sims, Lois Jane ,..Y,.,Y,Y,,Y,,,, YYYYYY.,,,Y..YYY 4 2 Simmons, Darlene Sue ,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Simons, Iohn ,,,,, Y,,,,YYY,,YYY,YYY YYYYYYYYYYY,,Y,Y,.,.,, 8 0 Simpson, James .,,,,.,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3, 67 Simpson, William ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G7 Slpe, Jerry Lee ,,..,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 4 2 Sipe, Linda ,i,,,,,,...Y,.,Y,,,,,,,,YY,YY,YY,,,YY,,Y ,,.Y,,,Y ..,, 7 5 Sizenore, Raymond Tirnthony ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 Skees, Dick Lee ...,. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,...,,,,, 6 3 Skees, jerry .,..... ..,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,i,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Skeese, Kenneth David ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Skeese, Rebecca Oliva ,,,i,,,i,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 163 Skinner, Johanna Marie ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 , 42 Skinner, john Reid ...,...,,.. .,,,,,,,,,., 6 3 Skinner, Nancy Ann ......... .,,.,,,,,,,, 5 4 Slay, Linda Lou .YYY. Y... ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 GEORGE PFEFFER CLOTH I ER 44 N. Third Street FA 3-2141 McCreg0ry Sportswear Arrow Shirts and Underwear Jockey Underwear Dobbs Hats Hyde Park Clothes smith, Daniel .,i.. ...,... iiiiiiiii,iii 7 5 Clippercraft Clothes Smith, Don ,..Y........ ....,.Y,,..., 7 1 Kenridge Slackg Smith, Donna .. . ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , .67 Smith, F. W. .....,.. .,.,,,,.,,,, 2 1 Congratulations and Best Wishes Class of 1957 J. C. Penney Co., Inc. Congratulations To the Class of 1957 RALPH'S MARATHON SERVICE STATION Corner 5th and West Main FA 3-2912 BUCY LUMBER INC. Lumber and Building Supplies Cor. Sixth and Wilson Streets PHONES FA 2-9261- FA 9-0211 There is a Difference 'CALLANDER'S 485 West Church'Street FAirfaX 6-6011 No Extra Charge for Fast Service Polarized Fur and Wool Storage Laundry First in Dry Cleaning APPROVED SANITONE SERVICE Congratulations to the Class of 1957 McLEAN'S RESTAURANT Across From the High School Compliments of Richcreek Real Estate and Insurance 97 West Main St. Phone FA 4-3001 mitlr, Iillizuheth Marleen Y,,, Y .,Y.,Yv.,,.....,,..YY YYY..YY,,Y, 2 3 't 1, a ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... .....,....,...,,,.,,,,....,....Y....Y lhlth, Iarrrzis Arnold ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.....,,, 5 6, 85, 141, 153 Cgngrgtulgfiang Lllgiljflklglgn .--.-- fff, ,f,,,,-,-YYf.-----Y--------, g g mith: Melanie ,..,,. iff: QQ01S1fQfffQffif75 to the mitg, lgatriaiil Mae ,.,.,, ,,,,,,,Y mit , ona ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,...,Y , ,- 'tl, R 'th M., 't ,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 142 CLASS OF 1951 1255, Vwgigfon' 38215121 ,S sssss,ss,, sssssssssssssssssssss g 2 it , ' ', ..,,..., ,, .,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 llrlugker, 1 Glizllyltorllgillll ......,.,,,, .,....,. , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 3 I nelling, Richard Vernon, .r...,r...... 63, 144, 141, 153 E L L I O T T S now, Harold Norman ...r.., ....A,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3 gnyger, lgiectzriik Lee...,,r ,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,...,..,,..., n r, 1 ....,, ,,,.,,,,,,..,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. H d ' S nz1'l1rZ1lervliKlleg Plhxggald Lee ,,,,,,,, ..,,......., g 3 NA' orre , 0 ert ..... ...,.....,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,,, ., Q r U oucek, Julia Marie ,,,.. ...,,,, ,,r...,...,...,... 6 3 Southard, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,..,...., ,,,., ,,..,,,,....,... 1 6 , - , Spangler, Iames Frederick. .,,, ,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 4 36 West Maw Sheet Spangler, James R ..........r. r,,ooso soss,Y,ssos,, 4 , 85, 42 Spangler, Roberta jean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 163 Spangler, Sharon Kay ,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 Congratulations ffm ERICK DRUGS HELEN VOGELMEIER'S Phone FA 6-5311 10, Arcade PRESCRIPTIONS 220 Granville Street Newark, Ohio Phone FA 4-4871 Martin Music Center "Newark's Traditional House of M usiov Lessons SALES-RENTALS-REPAIRS : N 31 Arcade Phone FA 9-5631 Gas Burners Automatic Stokers O. D. Hollar 8t Son, Inc. PLUMBING and HEATING 62 W. Church Street Phone FA 2-5841 NEWARK, OHIO Plumbing that Stays Service that Pays Congratulations to the Class of 1957 NEWARK LAU NDRY COMPANY RUG CLEANING AND ,DRY CLEANING 120 Cedar Street Compliments of PRYOR'S SUNOCO SERVICE CENTER Phone F A 3-2702 Phone FA 5-0861 Gth and Church Sts. Newark, Ohio wks, Frieda Janice Y. . 63 earman, Neil ,.,,,,,,, VYYYY,Y, 6 9 ecli, JRodne3y YY,,,,,,,. YY,,,,,, 9 7 SIt,amfa'i1icna9d Au 1i1Q1i 31i51 WIMERS TV--- ence, David VVayne ,,,,. ,YYY, Y . Y 63 nee, Sagcyd jiluiaiene ...,,,, 67, nee, IC ar c 0y.YYYY I , D. 'd R Y . ,,,,,,,,, Y 63,152 N Edgy, Callole Flhience Joyce YY ,.,,,,,..,.,, 54 icer, Merle Y, ,.,,,.,,,,,, ,.., ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,,,,, g 3 IQQQ A5Li'fjefa1Qg1i'jj,jj jjj 63 Vacuum Cleaners - Sewing Machines itzer, Frederick Clay.. YY ,,,, .Y 43 Spring, Micheal Barry YY ...,,,,. 54 Springston, Dixie L. ,,,,..,, Y. . . 71 Sales-..SgrUffCe urrier, Ioanne Marie 63 afgellw Iimmgfd 1' ,,,,,,. ..,,,, Y Y a , in e 1 YYY.., YY . aERak2r,cEhar1e?1ea Kay. YLYYLLY Y.YYYYYY 6 3 97-99 Granville Street asel. Patrick William ..YY YYYYYYY Y 54 auffer, David Lee Y..Y... YY.,,.Y YYYYYY 5 4 PHOYE auffer, Douglas YY ,.,.Y, YYYYYYY YYY.YYY 7 5 L autter, janet Fay YYYYYY,.Y.YYY 63 Clair, H. C. YYYYYY YYYY Y ,YYY Y 21 I White Stone Restouro nt 197 Everett Avenue Noon Lunches Short Orders CARRY OUT Coffee Sandwiches Ice Cream Hours 6 A.M. to 7 P.M. THE PHIL VOOELMEIER COMPANY MOVERS of Household Goods Buildings and Machinery Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Phone FA 5-0631 Compliments vt PLAINE'S Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Established 1898 8 South Second St. Newark, Ohio Compliments of SAWYER'S MARKET 393 East Main Street Phone FA 9-6211 G. B. HUNTER TYPEWRITEBS Royal Typewriters Service Rental 29-31 W. Church St. Phone FA 3-3381 1x1AKE FLOWERS A 1'1ABIT Nor AN OCCASION Compliments of Riehfs edman, Carol Sue Y.... YYYYYY--- eele, Cecil ,YYY,YY,Y,,. einberg, Phyllis ,YYY..,.,, einberger, PL YYYYY,YY,...,.YY ..VV Y Y. lflik 'i5'.ii?rzdiii1iiii'iiit iijjjjfjifgjile Congratulations to the evens, JCl1arlcEEe ..,,. .,Y,,,,,.. VYYY.YY....VV., v ns, ,,,,,.,,,, Y,,Y,,,,.,..., Zvgns, Lllolllnda vlgire ..,.,. YYYYYYY.. C lass of evens, Nancy Louise Y Y...Y YYYY.... . evens, Trudy Ann .YY..., YYYVYY.., ckle, Larry Eugene .,YY,,, YY.YYYvY, v 086, Pgtricia sue .C,.,C .uuuuu.. F Q rq U hq r Q nd Sfel n Q UQ 0i.eE1.m5f'3r1d9i1ii111j:ji ,..C4 ijgiiiijg orer, Judy Gaye Y,Y..YY..,Y.,,, Y...Y....... YV..Y D . 0eCkmf'nf',. George --Y---'-- -'--""'A 1 5- Fishing Tackle Guns and AITIITIUIIIUOD out. Darwin Dale ......... . YYYYYY,,YY,.Y,..Y.. , ndley, Edward ,,....... Y,Y....,YV,.... fmm' Cnml Am """" """"""" 1 ,16 Union Street DI 4-5200 awn, Ruth Ann ,............ ,........ eet. Steven Neal ,,,,,,,,... ,,.,...,. icker, Connie Sue ,Y,.... YY,YY,,,Y, other, Carol Sue, ......,,... .....,.., C. ROSS HENDERSON Gutliph 81 Henderson L K DRIVE- IN Open 24 Hours A Day Home of Iumbo Hamburger Corner of Fourth and Locust Try Our Carry-Out Service Phone FA 5-8501 Firestone Store Everything for the Home 1 and Automobile Hudson Avenue and Locust Street NEWARK, OHIO Congratulations to the Class of 1957 Booty Resineers, Inc. 42 South Third Street Wilson ond Siricker BUILDING CONTRACTORS Newark, Ohio "Television Is Our Business- Not A Sidelinei' SALES AND SERVICE Dougherty Television E. l. Wilson W. Stricker FAi1'faX 4-8814 FAirfax 6-5561 7 N. Fourth Street Ph. FA 4-5351 Strmise, Connie Lou ,i... YA1YY..--YY---Y 5 5 Strouse, Sandra Lee .,......... Y.Y.-,--Y - M63 Stuart, Niles ,i,,i,,.i,..,........... -----.YYYYYYYYV 6 7 Stump, vlIJoris yas. .......... -. VYYY.Y.-YYYYVYY C I , gI?Z1'jlif:r22refTllfli1 'E"' giiiggiiiiiiiias Ongfafu fmom fo sf 1 , D ' 1 ,,,,,, .,.i..V.i.oi........ 7 5 Siilisain, Cllurlllleelia E11 ...YYY...-YYY.YY.-.- 55 Sullivan, Patrick L ....A....Y.V 55, Class of ,57 Sunkle Bonnie ,.........VYYYYY---- 75 S kl Caroly YY.---YYVVY-YY Rb I Eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 83 NEWARK BARGAIN utphen, Suell A YYYYYYYVYY.A.. 63 Swan, Beth Ann YYY.YYVYYA..Y,....YY...VYY EYiZF3f'Sf,?l3S'if2Qiii ii1Qil31iiiiiggjiijE ii1i i1Q,, SHOE STORES Swart, Ronald Gordon VVVYYYVVVV,..,...Yi.. 24, 85, 43 2112221I'3i2ZZiffffTif7Tff1i11Q ,ss... 'S"i Q Downtown and Plaza Shopping Center Swick, Charles David .........Yvv.,,Y. ....Y...YV 5 5, 142, 141 Swinehart, Gary Lee i...,,...,..i...i... V.iY...Y..............YYYYYYY.- 63 Swineheart, Wilma iiiiii,iii. .. ,i,i.,...i..... YYY.Y...Yi..Y.....YYY.VV.Y 7 9 Compliments of LEES PLANING MILL POUND'S FLORISTS Corner Cedar and Everett Avenue Phone FA 5-0131 High Grade Mill Work Phone: FA 9-4271 106 N. Twelfth St. NEWARK, OIIIO Best of Luck to the Class of '57 BUSY BEE GRILL MAYBOLD SHOES 32 South Third Street EXCLUSIVE DEALER FOR'- B. F. GOODRICH FOOTWEAR Ashcroft Mochine 8K Supply Co. YOU NG'S J EWELERS AND GIFTS 185 Wilson Street Phone DI 4-3045 23 East Church Street MACHINE WORK - WELDING WATCH REPAIR METALLIZING DIAMONDS WATCHES INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES T Taggart, james Albert ...........,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,..., Taggart, Ronald Edwin ........,,,,, .....,,,, Taylor, Carol A I ,,,,,,...... ......,, ....,,... Taylor, Clar B t .,....... - ..., Tiyliil' Hills lla mms' , c ,,...... ,,,,,,..I, Telfry, Blanche E. ,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,, R TIZEZZE., lB:IbaE:,1LeeA1 ..II. ii1Q11iii STOVES Thompson, Bonnie Mae ...,,, ,,.. ..... gfllsompson, glaixlrlene Sue ,...........,., ompson, Ie ,,,,......,,I. ,,,,,,,,,I,,,,,,,.... Th , I k A th ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, Thggggggg, ,gfmbegggpp -, THE SAM ALBAN CG. Thompson, Linda'Anr1 .. ,,...,I..,,,. ,, 313252333 Igiftfff 1ii11ijQi1j11QQ 57-59 West Main Sifeef Thompson, Richard E l ...,,,,,,,,,,,, THOIHPSOH, ROY- -Y--------A----Y ,-f,,-f,,,,--,, P hone FA 3-1001 Thompson, Sharyn ...,.., ...E ,,,,,,, ,67, Thompson, William Earl ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,I ..,, Thropp, Gwen Elizab th ..,..,,,,,,,,.. Timms, Mary Lou ....,,,,,,,, .II..,,,.,,,I,, For the Best in Bowling PALACE BOWLING West Market Street Congratulations to the Class of 1957 GEORGE K. SCOTT Furniture ond Applionces 2 North Second Compliments Congratulations of T 0 the Class of 1957 AI RESMAN'S 56 West Main Street Phone FA 4-0771 BETTY GAY Where We Like To Be of Service To the Teenagers 29 North Third Street Phone FA 3-9961 Betty Coffman, M gr. AL V. ROBERTS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NEW CENTER CAFE Cor. of Mt. Vernon Rd. and Channel St. Where All of Newarkis Athletes Eat We Sell the Ea,-th and Insure What Is On It '-l T ngler, Betty jane ,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,... YYY,.. 6 3 Tlpka, Alan William ,,.. ..,,.. ..Y, Y.YYYYYYY,.,, 6 3 Toler, Susan jane ,,,,..,..........Y,, Y.YYYYY,,,,Y 5 5 gnllirer, M2gilyri1IfGy ........ --,-,-,,V,," 3 Vrf, g g ' m in on, 1 an ......,,,. ,..Y,,,,,,,,, , Colnplzments Toothhgker. Clhgxlyn ......,....,,,,,, ,Y,,Y,AvY,,.,,,,,,. 8 3 Toothman, Thomas Wayne, ,,.A..... ..YYYA...,,,, 6 3 of T thman, William Franklyn ,..,,. ,YYY,,,i,,,, 6 3 . , Pat Ann ...,.........Y,,... Y,YYYYY,,... 6 3 T t' S dra .....................,, .,Y.,,Y,,,,..,,,... 8 3 T pg Clayto .....,,..,,,..,,, ,.,,,,,,.,,,....... 7 1 GREEN BAY 2 we A th za , nn .....,.,.,,,,,, , T ickey, Barbara ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,... 6 7 Trickle, Linda ,,,,,,.,,,..,, ,,,.......,.. 6 7 Tripp, Marion Louis ..... ....,..,,.... 6 3 FU R T onstein, Iudy Carol ......, ,..... 4 3 Q Trout, Robert Thomas ...,,,, 141, 153 T ler, Sharlet .,,........,....... ,,,,... 6 7 T leker, Barbara S ..Y....... ., 55 Phone T nuker, joe Edward ,,,,, .63 Tucker, Mildred Arlen ,,.,,,. 44 Tucker, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,i ,,,,,,, 7 5 Tulley, Judy An ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,. 6 3 Best Wishes to The Class of 1957 C. R. SWANK Congratulations to Class of 1957 DINNER BELL RESTAURANT 34 West Main Street Dorothy and Sam Hageman, Owners SERGEANT'S Congratulations and Best TVishes To the Senior Class Of NHS-1957 H O T E L T A F T Congratulations and Best Wishes Congratulations to the Class of 1957 H. L. ART Your jeweler 18 North Park Place DIAMONDS Newark Furniture Com po ny Newarkis Largest Furniture Store Specializing in Complete Room Outfits Offered at Real Savings To You Open Monday and Friday Evening to 8:30 P.M. VVATCI-IES . Across from Big Bear JEWELRY , 42 South Thl1'd Street FA 4-4411 Turner, Paul Omer ,.i,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,r,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,r,,, 63 Turner, Mary Roberta ...,,..,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,r,r 6 3 ryrer, James Efflo. 24, 140, 150, 144, 85, 141, 147, 136, 44 Tyson, Jacqueline Sue ........,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.....,.,..,,.,,,,,,,...........,.,... 55 Congratulations to the an U Ul '-1, F 1 L ,44,4,,,..V.... - 1...,...rr.. 140, 143, 141, 136, 44 Ulflgii, jhifith exnn ,,,,,,,,, -. ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 5 C lass of 1957 Unger, Suella Agelea ,,,,,,,, ........,..,...,,..,,.,,,.,, ,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,., 6 4 Upson, Robert ,.... ...,..,,..,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 grlgan, Ll?ona1dL Eugene ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 ,,,,,,, g 5 B k d M d r an, 'rr ...,, ...,.....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 4 , 1 2 Utterback? Rlalpffe Milton ...,.., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4 Y V vm, George ,,,...,....,. ,,..... . .. ,..., ,...,,,,,,,.,, , 44 Complete Auto Service Sai? Llpuii Chas ...,....... ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4, 142, 141, lgg an OO , O W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, W Van Orman lllflaargic ....,, .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 493 Mt. Vernon Road Van Winkle, Richard ,..,.......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Vanwy' "MAN,--1 Ac'rrcooaccc""cc """""" 6 4 Phone FA 6-8981 Newark Ohio Vargo, Mary Patr1c1a ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 7 Vaughn, Philip Frederick ,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Vaughn, Sandra Lee ............,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 GUTRIDGE COAL Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia Coal CHESTER GUTRIDGE, Owner 87 james Street Office Phone DI 4-2220 Residence Phone FA 2-4202 Compliments of Buckey Brothers, Inc. Contractors Building Supplies 171 Riverside Drive Phone FA 3-5331 BLAKE BROS. GLASS NEWARK, OHIO MCMICHAEL Music Store 28 South Third Street Musical Instruments Music Lessons Phonographs - Records Pianos - Organs 'rmillion, Dayicl Franklin 4. ,- Vermllllon, Iamce Marie .,,.Y,,.... .,,............,,...,.. Vermillion, Ioyce Ann ....,..,..,.... .. ,..,,,,,,.,.,,.,.,..,,,,A,.. 64 Vcrner, Richard ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, ,lA,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 5 Verway, Nancy Louise ............,......,,, ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 Qlogelmeier, Cfxailes Iglenry ,.......,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4, 141, 122 'nge men-r, 1 ar yn ue ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,Y,A,,,,,, I V fl W, M' A ...,,,,......., ,,,,,,,...,..,,............,... 1 25 Vins: Hsgzra, 444444444,l4 ,,,4,,,4,,V444,,,,44 ,,4,,,4 r 5 , 44 A B B 0 T T 3 Voris, Donald Thomas ,,,,,,.,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,. 5 , 55, 143, 141 W SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY qxages, gmagd William ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 ' V, ' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 ,,,.,,., ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 , wvgizl, Juliliim Mariel LV,,,, ,Vv, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 4 F ztted by X-Ray Wagner, Teresa ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 72 ' a r 11, r y ,,,,,,,,,, , Xvaldrgn, Lisliie Jglflllgl LlLll,L., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 9 9 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Wzllker, Leslie james, ...Y, .... ..,,,,,,,.., .79 Walker, Charlene ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, .,,,,..,,..., 6 7 Walker, David ,,,...,.,....,..,...,...... ,r,,,,,,,.,,, 7 5 Walker, Diana Elizabeth ,,.l,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,ll,, 5 , 44 Walker, Paul ..., ,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 3 1, 133 HOTPOINT APPLIANCES Phone FA 9-4731 G.E. TELEVISION - RADIOS 202-204 W. Main St. Newark, Ohio COLEMAN HEATING PERSONALIZED INSTALLATION CUSTOM DESIGNED F LOORS AND WALLS Linoleum - Asphalt - Rubber Plastic - Cove Base a Specialty BEARD ELECTRIC Phone FA 6-0771 38 South Third St. Compliments Of The Edmiston iBook Store Co. On the Square Since 1853 Compliments of J EAN FROCKS, INC. 37 North Third Street Newark, Ohio Where The Budget Wise Economize C019l195?He1'ttS A N O. Dry Creek Crushed Gravel Co. General Contractor PHONE DI 4-4225 1211 NVintermute Ave. Newark, Ohio BI Congratulatoins to the Class of 1957 LLANDl'S PIZZA CARRY OUT 774 Hudson Avenue THE BEVERLY SHOP E E E 3 H 8 R BCC, rth efh, El fl. FA 3-3321 19 South Park Place alker, H' ymond L YYYYY.AYYYVVVVV 152 Wallace Lynn Qfiiflijli ..v,. IQlfIQIIIi67 Congratulations to the xdagfwe, Ray .....,.,,,,,.ff-..-.-.... --,,---,-, 2 2 a e, .... ,,Y.,YY,. - .YYYYYY YYYVYY Wallalge, Riclhlard J. 3,3E7 - ..Ev, ,EEAEEE,..,E 6 4 1957 Graduates W'alts, Edward ,..,,.,, ,,,,,, , .......... 171 563121, Slgilififa ..H... B ,,,fV7,7 4---,VVf'V-f 9 I WEEKS, Dgalxrled .,... iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiivg WALTER MCCONNELL VVarman, Wilma Jean ,,,,,,,, YYAYYY,,Y,Y. 6 4 VVarner, Hgwzgd .... ,,,,.1,,,,,., ..,,,,,,,Y.Y g g en, an ra uew Y,A.,,YY,, Y, , , W Th ......., ..,,,3 8 0 d Wgzm, H5335 Q,,,,,, 37,333 7 9 Ro no 8. TV Service Watso Brenda Lyn ,44 Watson, Larryi ,,,,,,.,,. 62 weti'iE9,S'f2l'l'5fof.flflfQ ,,3333 311123 957 W00d1aWI1 Avenue Wcakley, William ..,..,.,,.. ,...,,,,,,,, 7 5 Wears, Joyce ...,,,Y,,,..,, ............ 7 1 NEWARK, OHIO Weaver, jerry Le ,,,, 24, 44 Weaver, Judith A .,,...l...,. 55 Webb, Patricia A ....,,.,.... 44 Charter Buses 1 , Compliments for all Occasions Newark Trcmsit, Inc. W H IT E S FA 5-0501 Motor Service Phones Fourth and Locust Street FA 3-5201 ' FA 5-8101 Congratulations to Classof1957 BORDEN'S Doiry 8g Ice Creom Co. NEWARK, OHIO PHONE FA 4-0531 Corner Walnut and Third 221 , 1 , VVeecl, Gary Eugene ,,,,, 64 VVeiant, Sally Mariett ....., Yrrvf- ---' 4 4 A Weiclner, Larry Albert ,,,,,,,,. 55 Weidenr, Richard ....YY.Y,YYY --------- 5 7 XVz-imer, Thomas ,,,,..,. --vY-----' 7 5 wr-1011, William ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 7, -Vv-V'VVV 55 XVL-lls, Charles Larry ,,,,,,,,,,, VVYY V-Y- 6 4 X175-lls, Delores Madeline ,,,,,,. -- -f-,ff 55 wells, Mary Joe ,,,,,,777,,,.....l .-VVA-V--Y--Vf 6 7 Wclseh, Linda Lee ,,,YY,,.,. VVelsh, jude Francis ,. .,,,,.,,,,.44A 64 Welsh, Luke ,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.... ----v---- 1 1 Wentz, Robert ,YYYY,,Y,,........ Y--YYY---YY-- 6 7 Wessinger, Robert Lee YY,, ---------- 4 4A NVQ-st, Carol Ann .....Y....Y.YY,,. --,-,-YY 5 4 VVest, Maurice Frederick ., Y..,. YAY-----, 5 5 XVL-srbrook, Ruth Ann ..,Y..... YY-Y-YYY- 5 5 Vklestfall, jerry Bryce Y,,, Y--- ,44A VVetzel, Ronald Kent ..,.,, W ------,-f- 64 Whaley, Don Lee .........Y YYY---vYY 6 4 VVhite, Clennie YY,YY,........ YYYA----- 5 5 White, Donna Lou ,,,Y,..,...Y ------YYYY- 4 4A WVhite, Shirley Ann YYYYYY,,Y,,,. YYYY....-Y--YY 5 5 VVhitehead, Iudith Mae -YYYYY -----44A Vllhitis, Charol Ann .,..........Y -YfYYAVY-, 5 5 VVhilis, Frank ,,Y,Y,,,,,,Y .-v--VYVYY 7 1 VVhittaker, Earl ...,,,, ,,,,, VVhittington, Tom ..,......., 83 Whyde, Bonnie Ellen ......VV, ---YY .YYY 5 5 VVhyrle, Earl ,Y.,Y,,Y,,,Y,.,,, ,. -Y-YYAY,YY 71 Whyde, John ........ ,,,,,,,, VVhyde, Sondra Rose ,,,. VVildman, Donald .,..... Wiley, john ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,... Wilkin, Paul David ,,,,,,,,,, Willard, WVilliam ,,,,,,,,,, Willey, George Allen ,,,.. 1 Willey, Kenneth ,,......... VV1lley, Linda ,,,,,..,..., VVilley, Mary Grace.. Williams, Barbara 1 ,,,.,,,,,,.44A 83 67 ,,,,,,,,..,44A ..,.,,,,...44A 75 79, 80 Headquarters for SPALDING SHOES M Established in 1870 HAYNES BROS. 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