Newark High School - Reveille Yearbook (Newark, OH)

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fi? KF 5, A JG' W! Xiu A TIQEHSUQQ CHEST FULL of fr 'i2 w62"S Q59 Efvff' Wa mewnwc Sezwofz MGH 5014004 Ewrole VOLGME Ll? IQCK 7306673 Sxfawfrff fsosxfufss fmmmcm DHWD EUGHVF em WW cw , sm-1 w Seated-jack Shumaker, Bonnie Egnew StandingwCarolyn Lonzo, Rosemary Crowley, Tom Heisey, Mike Judge, Gail Blakeley, Mr. Gordon Kingery 1"CiJR13WVO1lD Because days at NHS on West Main Street are numbered, as plans for thc new high school progress, the Annual Staff has taken as its theme Life in the Old Build- ing with the hope that not only will members of the present classes look hack on the Clays spent here With pleasurable reflections, but also that all alumni of NHS will enjoy renewing their remembrances of the ancient halls Where oncc they spent many happy hours. Assistant Editor ..,...... Associate Editor ...,.... Senior Member ...,......... ,,,, Sophomore Members ..,... Joann Kavalyecz Cass't Bus. managerj Bonna Lea Beeney Janet Stauffer Carol Sue Kinney Judy John Sue Goodwin Carol Sue Hupp Molly McLaughlin Diana Johnson Carol Campbell Jackie Goodwin Pat Blair Connie Phillips Janet Baker David Bero Mary Burton Pat Blair Sue Callander Carol Children Doris Cline SOPHOMORES- 201 William Anderson Beverly Baker 202 Allen Binckley Carole Bowman 204 Tom Chronister Doris Cline 205 Rosemary Crowley Jim Curtis 206 Sally Erick John Gall, Jr. 207 Robert Hahn Sylvia Hanna 210 VVinona Hovis Anna Lou Howard 213 Michael Lanning Cynthia Knisley 6 Editorial Staff .......Carolyn Lonzo Thomas C. Heisey ..........Gail Blakeley ...,...Rosemary Crowley Michael Judge A1'tiSf -----,v-.. ......... P hillip Fosdick Vaughn Typist ---------.-- ..............,........ B onita Egnew ASS0Ci21i6S ..-.---- ......... R ichard Van Winkle Business Staff Diane Glennan Judy Senff John R. Skinner Christine Crist Frances Gaskella Rita McGinnis Roberta Charlton Marilyn Cameron Judy Peck Pam Oliver Peggy Roof Mary Alyce Smith Joyce Farmer Janet Cline Sally Shields Janet Cline Susie Cree Christine Crist Elsa DeVaul Elizabeth Dowling Frances Gaskella Sally Erick Diane Glennan Julie Goodwin Susan Everett Janet Baker Suzanne Richardson Sylvia Shannon Carol Wright Pam Oldham Marjorie Davis Elsa DeVaul Molly Barrett Toni Taylor Carol Gerhart Sue Callander Doris Cline Shirley Fulton Betsy Oder Pat Evans Sandy Strouse Judy Schenk Barbara Brown Marilyn Boyling Carole Boyling Patrons Staff Sue Goodwin Judy Humes Susie Hupp Carol Sue McKinney Molly McLaughlin Julia Mercer Pam Oldham Lynn Oxley Diane Patterson Suzanne Richardson Peggy Roof Judi Schenk Judy Senff Janet Stauffer Jayne Steiner Connie Stricker Sandra Strouse Mary Twinem John Landefeld Julie Ketner Arlene Spiker Elizabeth Dowling Susie Cree Connie Miller Connie Stricker Julia Mercer Pat Gamble Carol Children Jayne Steiner. Carol Wright Pat Evans Diana Johnson Molly Barrett Bonnie Lea Beeney Judy Peck Susan Everett Sandra Bonham Shirley Fulton Sally Shields Room Agents 104 Beverly Martin James Martin 105 Robert Milhoan Janet Monroe 106 Linda Rauch John Powell 107 Larry Ruton Susan Roan 110 Margaret Sprague James Slane 111 Linda Swartz Ted Tower JUNIORS- 300 Alfred Ando Sherry Bantell 301 Sandy Cline Chuck Boyd 302 Larry Crothers Sue Drumm 303 James English Alyce Factor 304 Connie Hickman Dale Grigsby 306 Gary Inlow Joyce Hoy 309 Allen Leckrone Victoria Lukaska 311 Larry Myers Molly McLaughlin 314 Pamela Oldham Jack Olpp 313 Linda Sipe Teresa Wagner Charles Warden SENIORS- 315 Carole Boyling Gerald Boring 400 Bonnie Egnew Harold Clawson 401 Barbara Grady Frank Farrington 402 Julie Ketner Keith Irwin 403 Glenn Levingston Roberta MacTavish 406 Melynda Rockey John Shoults 405 James A. Smith Mary Twinem Life Around the School 1 K 1 r E In the top left hand we see the usual lunch-hour rush at McLeans across the street from the high school. In the upper right We find Torn Tripp, 'gCap', VValker and John Hendricks hovering around the magazine rack in the library. King Terry Hartshorn holds his bouquet of celery along side Queen Julia Mercer at the D.E.,s Kings Ball in the lower right shot. And finally Molly McLaughlin and Jim Hughes and all are happy at tournament time. Dealfca fiom To Miss Helen Williams the Staff of 1959 takes great pleasure in dedicating the current volume of the Reveille Annual. 9 G W-9 Z 11 glfflmtturiam ac 5 " 5 LMS I ln her novel, Hudrian,s Memoirs, Marguerite Yourcenar causes the Roman emporer to write: "To say that my days are numbered signifies nothing, they always were, and are so for us allf' Whether or not we believe in a predestined way of life little matters, we take confidence in the belief of a watch- ful care of the supreme One. Therefore when some of us discover we have fewer days to inhabit this earth, we and our loved ones will accept the fact that what Cod determines is surely right. And although the loss of a friend be hard on those who remain, they must rejoice in the Christian teaching that the place to which the departed has migrated is far better than anything this world is capable of offering. Returning home from Columbus in the family Jaguar, an January 14, Ieffrey Theodore Coelho met death midst a dense fog that almost completely shrouded Route 16. Robert Kern, who was driving th Coelho Packard approximately 150 feet ahead of jeff, said that he had looked up into the rear view mirror to note his friend's headlights following along. Kern lowered his eyes. When he looked Q 4 i l I again he saw no headlights, but instead the dim silhouettes of several cars angled in the highway. Haulting the Packard and running back to his friend, Kern discerned that the soul of jeff was gone, he noted the body pinned behind the steering wheel. According to Kern the steering gear seemed to be at fault even before the boys left Columbus. It is thought that bcause of the deep fog, and because the steering mechanism seemed to pull to the left, Ieffis "eastbound sports car collided in the north lane of Route 16 with the auto of Billie Lee Tumbling fclass of 1943D, according to the Newark Advocate, january 15. Tumblinis car had just pass- ed the intersection of Summit Station Road when the accident occurred. Jeff was pronounced dead upon his arrival at St. Anthony,s Hospital, Columbus, at 7:05 p.m. So jeff's numbered days came to an end ab- ruptly. But Ieffis days will continue on in the mem- ory of his many friends and classmates as the twinkle in his eyes returns to the minds of us all to let us recall happier times. 9 fl - BOARD OF EDUCATION STACY CONRAD RODERIC JONES Presidem Vice President DR. JOHN L. CHYNOVVETH CLAYTON A. SMUCKER ROBERT W. VVORTMAN THELMA HOLCOMBE lerk C A Superiuteiideut THOMAS B. SOUTHARD A. B., Capital University B. S., Capital University M. A., Tho Ohio State Univvrsity ROBERT VV. BABCLAY ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL B, S. in Ed., Muskingum College M. A., The Ohio State University FREW C. BOYD PRINCIPAL A. B., Ohio VV6-sloyan University M. A., The Ohio State University GEORGE STOECKMANN VICE PRINCIPAL A. B., Denison University Th. B., Northern Baptist Theological Seminary M. A., The Ohio State University Biology FORREST l.. MORAN RAY C. DETHY Director of Instruction Director of Business Affairs B.S. in Ed., Muskingum College B.S., The Ohio State University M.A., The Ohio State University X JN MARTIN J. DEAN Director of Pupil Services and Special Education B.A., Michigan State College M.A., Michigan State College PAUL B. EDWARDS Director of Research B.S., The Ohio State University M.A., The Ohio State University . rf Frank R. Pilcher, B.S. Biology Practical Science W1.......f..,. --.,..w-m....,,.,......,.r.,.,,..w.. fm W aww Mona Carlo, A.B. Physical and Health Education .- :ma w w ..... .,,. .. ,,..,, i 2 S3923-15-,c ,gee-E:ata.'f "'-1 -2- :wriaiifaiegig if 5- f r 5151- ,j gggggyg :-:: I :':' - .::.g:: YU? .9 we , ' -,--- l 1" , " ,nll Q ' ' 1 M ff fi--. P. G. Steinberger, B.5. Virgil Ashzraft, B.S., A.B. Maxwell K. Douglas, A.B Phtfsics Chemistry Biology Practical Science e E S-ff r 'fi' t f Fi t! - Florence L. Myer, B.S., M.A. Physical and Health Education James R. Allen, A.B. Physical and Health Education ' ' William H. Martin, Helen P. Dorn, B.S., M.A. Myron Pearce, B.S., M.F.A. Librarian 3.5, M, Ed. Aff Supervisor Director of Music 16 Band Thomas R. Bynum, B. Ed. Band Instrumental Music Raymond H. Barrick, B,S., M.A. Band Instrumental Music E, 6 5 , ..... I fi 21" 1 1 A , y J Mgt 9 " 5 , f 1 1, vw M35 .: ., - .,,g.:,-3, Victor Batterson,v Arpad Kurinsky, Gordon R, Kingery, Helen Williams, B.S., M.A. B.S., M,A. A.B., M.A. A.B., M.A. Choir Orchestra English English Music Theory String lnslrumenvs Hislory Yearbook S ,. Q " ' ,- rag y ,M 1 tx ,,.. -Q 5.5-,'h x , 'f. Q -. Q 45 ' wh H ,A 1 l - .asm -0' hiv' ll 'ne' Grace B. Ryder, A.B., M.A. English R, ,. ' ' .,.. 4 K aw A S 3 i 1 Mildred W. Heinrichs, A.B. English Mildred L. Kauber, A.B. English :in ,.,. ...,. Zz : m::l, . ,Q .,.,. M1 fi' f i T : v f " ,.. ' .,:::2EgE'1I2' i ' ' in . " ii, ':" - ' A :11 J ,X .. 1.51.1 .,,,.: ,., ,... . . Amy Edwards, A.B., M.A- paul Harlow, AB. Reber, C. Hughes, 5.5. T. Edwin Dickerson Cynthia B. Sharp, English English English A.B., M.A., LLB. A.B., M.A. Head' Track Coach Public Speaking English English Director of Alhletics Dramatics Civics Journalism Debate 17 Pauline McCreary, Wilma l- 5laYf A-5- As. M.A. LW' ' 'Ann English J J- ., : ' Q V Q ...,, J ,- X ' " Anne Rodgers, A.B.,M.A. Ingelaorg Rodemann, Frank Spencer, Jr., Ffen-fh B.s., M.s., M.A. A.B.. M.A. Spanish German Russian History A Anne Hendershott, B.S. Home Economics 1 iv X -1:' -' me I ' ' 2? New Jean Browne, B.S. Home Economics wg... Q .,... , 1 f .- f ya gifijf 5 - J Elizabeth Ann Riley, B.S. Jack R' Hale' RS" M'A' Vocational Home ECo'7O,m'Cs . Civics Economics 18 wa s :X gf 3 it 5? sk EE A iii :-ri2:N:Es,, 'a'-:s-'.2:'fs:2:1-:s- Fleeta R. Dickerson, B.S., M.A. History ,bv H ,,., .,., ., , :,::5 1 .-,:--,, ., ,f , iw' iilgfz g :Q W F? sf wax ,- - .... , it ::,Qg.,, : C, S f ll .L Joseph M. Carlo, Ruth Perry, B. Ph A.a., M.A. Hisfofv Civics History Physical Education Head Football Coach Harold K. Prugh, A.B. History Reserve Basketball Coach i 2 Ig' 24? f f Q ,.:3:EE-'15-:f'::.. sf 4-:-s--:.,, .':..f.,'-Vg:-:a-:-:az-s :-:.! ,VN n,:::5gg:r' ..,s:z' ' is , ? ,K , 3, , 52 ., Q ' 2 YV' , 3 1 , ' gfm . Jerry L. Dudding, B.S. History Economics 4 4,12 15-sq.: -3:1 z-1.2 1 George N- Demasl A-B- Raymond L Rausch' Charles A. Eckert, History B.S. in Soc. Adm. 5'5" 'MA' B-S. in Ed. Supervisor of Industrial Arts History Graphic Arts -132535.10 i 5? qv ,,. S A K f if W M ':"'::'g:3'Q 2-EZESJ-:igv2:E5' E:i::iff2"3'- ""' - ::i::EJ - f 'iiaE:::w:: 2.- - W ,...,.. -'22, ' va Ms., ,M ij' 'M s 1 Azfiffwggx sw W3 I , liz- K s v I' -'13 " 1. ' --'- V ., .W ...J 1. .Ik , . .,E.,,,. -1:5 :::E.A,EEmN,- mess- F-fi. ,L Y X ' :Q.:aaaEe:i:Q:5s5s5:5s:sfs-:- " 1 , , M. , ,A ..-. 3 ,. 2 4 an 3-. Q. f. x v- , Q :ass Q f ' sf.. l e::s,W52 3:232552,2gaisa5.a:5:a:::ss:a:a,:::- ,L f as ,.,.:.:,:.,.. 5 ,K Q vs. Y 'wir wk 4 " 1' 6 2 as 3, Q xv " Q gi' 2 42, 0 yi? ,M , map , ' ,. , xo: 2 1':'fi'E:E1iE:Z -.:f:..::. ' Robert S. Deafenbaugh, B.S., M.A. Woodworking "':i21 "" 3 s 5:55 Q - ig: '2X. V- ' Harold Oatman Vocational Machine Shop I 9, 122' Y i f f 1. 'rw' , My f wg. ., be WW f . . , "Af, if A x Y 4, i Robert Rose, B.S., M. Ed. Robeff Cash, 55- William G- Bfehm, 35- Louada Morgan, Bernard Nye, B.S.,M.S. Industrial Arts Avfomvfives Dfifflfig A,B,, M,A, Distributive Education General Metals Driver Education Psychology Retail Selling Engineering Drawing Commercial Law 19 ' G" 'lEl:?:l:l l 'VQQ Q Q 2- :.1.a.a - - X 1 . L we S e ' Rf My " ' , , g ' Q J. S. McCleary, B.S., M. Ed. Sociology Salesmanship Office Practice Mary Bullock, B. Ed. Stenography Typewriting Office Machines lSecond Semester Onlyl Nina L. Keckley, A.B., M.A. Trigonometry Geometry Algebra Wilbur Powers, A.B., M.A. Trigonometry Geometry Algebra 20 uv 9 gm 1 x S , iw si y V 4 A Q 'Q 4 wx W-QV". ,,..,.a-2. 'W by s Q wh W W f Letha Headlee, B.S., M.A. Stenography Typewriting Office Machines --,. Edward Stradley, B.S. Mathematics as . WT X Doris M. olpp, semi Parsons, A.s.,s.s. Marilyn 0- Alspach. B-S B.A., B.S. Sfenggraphy Stenography Bookkeeping Typewriting TYPEWVWYWQ Office Machines lFirs1 Semester Onlyj x We . , , b .:. . it X ,A Donald Budd, B.S., M. Ed. Algebra Geography Dorothy Orndorff, B.S., M.A. Counselor - 4- f et 5 b Q 9 S-f K ,Z -'-' QQ. ' 1, H eg, K , , A ' '5:a:e.:... : . .a- I H. C. St. Clair, A.B. Treasurer r Aix wx ,,,,. S ., Mary E. Barnes Betty Dean Dorothy Gomerclinger Chief Clerk Secretary to Principal Secretary to Assistant Principal TEACHERS AROUND THE SCHOOL Yes, there are also teachers around the old building who, as some would say, haunt the place. Some are seen above in candid moments. Miss Dorn comments as Mr. Kingery meditatively smokes his foul pipe. In the middle panel, top, Mr. Budd elects himself from his rod. And next Mrs. Carlo looks coyly surprised as she twists her feet in shyness. Below, left, Mrs. Gomerdinger denounces con- ditions of the world in general liust look at the in- tense expression on her facel as Mrs. Dean frowns assent. Next Mr. and Mrs. Harlow "fall to" after a tournament game. And finally Mr. Carlo tries to hear what Mr. Allen is telling the boys. lBet it's one of Mr. A's latest jokes. Mr. Carlo would probably step nearer, but Pete Pharis is watching himj 21 SENIOHS The Beta Delta Chapter of Delta AWARDS AND SCHGLARSHIPS At the Commencement held in the high school auditorium beginning at 8:15 in the evening of June 5, 1958, Thomas B. Southard, Superintendent of the Newark Public Schools, presented the following awards and scholarships to the several recipients: The William E. and Annie S Miller English The Lincoln Parent - Teacher Association Prize to Patricia Ann Beall. Scholarship to Carol Ann Whitis The Theodore Roosevelt History Prize to The Charles L. Haslop Memorial Scholar- Barbara Suzanne Deming ship to Philip james Miller The French Prize to Patricia Ann Beall The Leland Baxter, Ir., Award in Journalism to Donald Thomas Voris ara Louise Iones The Moundbuilders Chapter of the National y Secretaries Association Award to Phyllis Arlene Dusthimer The Annual Pilot Scholastic Award to Karen Lee Anderson ff 29 The Award in Commerce to Ba1'b- ifsfffffzisfeiafsizfsis' 7 ff22.1fi2f222f2f222f222f2 b f Kappa Gamma Future Teachers, Award to Barbara Jean Drumm The Florence E. King Trophy in ir, Dramatics to Barbara Ann McKim The Newark Binai Birith Good Citi- The Reese Debate Award to Sally zenship Award to Richard Thomas Ann Plummer Hoback The National Forensic Awards to Barbara The Loyd G. Millisor Memorial Trophy to Mae Campbell, Suzanne Ioy Humes, and Ierry Excell Bishop Sally Ann Plummer The Roger Sedgwick Award in Basketball The Soroptimist Club Award to Constance to Edward Henry Erick Sue Collins Q For those who are interested in such things, it might be of importance to note that because of the death of the donor, Mr. Iohn Fleek, the Harvard Cup, a venerated award, was not given for the first time this year in many years. 24 SENIOIQ CLASS 1JFl"ICl'IRS JE L, if Q 40.61. - A - 1 x 'X , 22:22 K .fx x, i Q' f X E Shalmir Watson, Treasurer Jack Fulton, presidenf Dave Adams, vice persident Marilyn Boyling, secreiary 25 JAMES DAVID ADAMS Son of Mr. and Mrs. James Adams. Morbid Memory: Those sleds aren't what they used to be. tHi, Judyl "Pork" was in Reserve Football '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, Track Squad' '57, '58, '59, Vice President of Senior Class '59. MARJORIE E'LLEN ALBAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Alban Morbid Memory: Twin brothers who think they know everything. "Ellen" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, 59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59, Secretary. Son of Morbid drive "Eseer" latin Room GRACE EILEEN ALLEN REESE ELROY ALBAN Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Alban. Memory: Twin sisters who think they can a car. was in Latin Club '58, '59, President of Club '59, Vice President of Latin Club '58, Agent '57, College Club '58, '59, Sphinx Club '59, Key Club '59, Cup and' Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. BARBARA JANE ALLEN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Rarick Morbid Memory: People who throw snowballs! "Barbara" was in Chorus '57, Girls' Volleyball '58, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Aflen Morbid Memory: People who don't believe me when I tell them what my name is. iHi, Pinky, "Gracie" was in Y-Teens '59, Business Staff '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volley- ball '5B, G.A.A. '58 JUDITH MERRIE ALLEN Daughter of Mrs. .lohn Simmons and Mr. William Allen Morbid Memory: People who say l am little. LHi, Jessi "Judi" was in Y-Teens '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, G.A.A. '58, 59. Morbid ..Andy.. LARRY RAYMOND ARMSTRONG JAMES KENNETH AMSPAUGH Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Amspaugh Memory: Mr. Kingery is my most morbid memory. "Amps" was in Student Council '57, Boys' Baseball '57, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, JACK EDWARD ANDERSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson Morbid Memory: Always put off until tomorrow what you can't do today. was Room Agent '58. Son of Mr. and' Mrs. Paul W. Armstrong Morbid Memory: Girls with cold handsl lHi, Pattyl "Rayme" was in College Club '58, Science Club '59, French Club '58, '59. ROBERT EARL AZBELL Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Azbell Morbid Memory: Too many steps. "Bob" was in German Club '58, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. Morbid Son of ROBERT EDWARD BACHMANN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bachmann Memory: lt was beginning to get very in- teresting. "Bob" was in Sphinx '59 JOHN FRED BAGENT Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bagent Morbid Memory: People who call me "Little John." "Little John." JANET KAYE BAKER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Baker. Morbid Memory: Life at NHS may be roughdbut oh, how I love itl lHi, Gangl ' "Janet" was in Camera Club '58, Music Appreciation '59, Chorus '57, Library As- sistants '57, '58, '59, President of Library Assistants '58, College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Business Staff '58, '59, Patron's Staff '59, German Club '58, '59, Treasurer German Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JOHN PHILIP BAKER Son of Mrs, O. Baker and the late Robert A. Baker. Mrgrbid Memory: Women who drive Chevies. H int, KARL EDWARD BALSER Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Balser. Morbid Memory: Plymouths that don't start "Curly" was in DE '59. BARBARA LOU BARTON' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barton. Morbid Memory: Those short weekendsl "Bobbie" was in Sales Organization '57, DE '59, Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Sphinx Club '59. LINDA MAE BAUGHMAN Daughter of Mrs. M. E. Baughman. Morbid Memory: Newark a grave ard with lights. lHi, Carolll "l.lg19Il6'Z58ltlB?5Jl't Girls' Basketball '57Y, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens JUDITH KAYE BAUMGARDNER Daughter of Mrs. Robert Meacham. Morbid Memory: Boys that won't ask girls to dance. "Judy" was in Business Staff '57, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. RICHARD WILLIAM BECKMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beckman. Morbid' Memory: If at first you don't succeed try, try again. Then give up, there's no use acting silly. "Beckwith" was in College Club '58, '59, German Club '58, '59, Vice President of German Club '58, President of German Club '59, Intramural Baseball '57, Music Appreciation '59, Cup and Chaucer '59, Math Club '59, Science Club '59. BONNA LEAH BEENEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arland E. Beeney. McgbidJMemory: There's an awful lot of sand lHi, ary "Dutch" was in Chorus '58, '59, Patron Staff '59, Y- Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Glee Club '57, JUNE LAURA BEGGS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Beggs. Morbid Memory: The distance the Navy can put between two people. "June was in Band '58, '59, Chorus '57, College Club '58, '59, Room Agent '57, g-T12-ieriZ9'57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Secretary of Band '59, Pep an . BETH ANN BELTER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Belter. Morbid Memory: People who always go to sleep at maiorette slumber parties, and those oh so crazy times we thought we were "midnight mermaides." "Gabby" was in College Club '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, 59, Band '57, '58, 59, Business Staff '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, Patron Staff '58, Maiorette '58, '59. DAVID EUGENE BERO Son of Mr. and' Mrs. Eugene Bero. Morbid Memory: People who think they know it all but don't know anything. "Dave" was in Business Staff '59, Patron Staff '59, Business Manager of Reveille Annual '59. GEORGE JAMES BERRY Son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Berry. Morbid Memory: People! "Dingle" was in Golf '57, '58, '59. JOHN STEPHEN BIBART Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bibart. Morbid Memory: Sue will always be a Good Win for me. "Bibert" was in College Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer '59, Boys' Baseball '58, '59, Speedball '57. DARL ELLSWORTH BILLINGSLEY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schieber. Morbid Memory: People who learn more and more about less and less until they know everything about nothing. "Bud." SANDRA LOUISE BIRKEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Birkey. Morbid Memory: l'v:- got a Tiger by the tail, a WITTENBERG TIGER." A certain guy who gives me a Edache. "Curly" was in Girls' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Bas- all '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Leaders Club '58, '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. GAIL McSWORDS BLAKELEY, JR. Son of Mrs. Constance C. Blakeley and' Mr. Gail M. Blakeley. Morbid Memory: "Z" may come last in the alphabet, but it comes first with me. "McSwords" was in College Club '58, '59, Annual Staff '59, Key Club 58, '59, Secretary of Key Club '59, Math Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Re- serve Football Manager '57, Varsity Football Man- ager '58, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. SUZANNE EVELYN BLAMER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Blamer. Morbid Memory: Little brothers who see all, hear all, and tell all. "Susie" was in College Club '58, '59, Future Teachers '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '58, '59, Dramatics Club '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Music Ap- preciation '59, Honor Society '59. JAMES PATRICK BLINE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Bline. Morbid M-emory: How can you play football and take Distributive Education? "Jim" was in Reserve Football '57, Varsity Football '58, '59. JOSEPH PHILLIP BLINE Son of Mr. and Mis. Harry D. Bline. Morbid Memory: Those Old Big M's. "Joe" was in Reserve Football '57, Room Agent '57, Varsity Football '58. GARY HOWARD BOLEN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bolen. Morbid Memory: inefficient basketball managers. "Al" was in Cross Country '57, Key Club '58, '59, "N" Club '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Reserve Football '57, Room Agent '59, Track '57, Varsity Bas- ketball '58, '59, Varsity Football '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. GERALD WAYNE BORING Son of Mrs. Fern Boring and the late Carl Boring. Morbid Memory: Don't think it hasn't been nice being at NHS because it hasn't. "Cuz" was in Reserve Football '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Varsity Basketball '58, Track '57, "N" Club '58, '59, Varsity Baseball '57, Intramural Baseball '58, '59, Room Agent '59, College Club '58. BILLIE JANE BOWMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bowman. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Billy Jane." lHi, Dickl "B.J." was in Chorus '57, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '58, '59, GAA '58. CAROLE LOIS BOYLING Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Boyling, Morbid Memory: What l have l don't want, and what I don't have, l want. Oh well, no men, no money, no troubles. "Rudie" was in Student Council '59, Chorus '57, Y- Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59: GAA '57, '58, '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59, Honor Society '59. MARILYN LEE BOYLING Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Boyling. Morbid Memory: Those three R's-Readin, Riten, 8- Rithmetic. lHi Carolel "Maggie" was in Business Staff '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, GAA '58, '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59, Varsity Cheerleader '58, '59, Re- serve Cheerleader '57, Dramatics Club '57, Class Treasurer '57, Class Secretary '58, College Club '57, '58, :'59, German Club '58, '59, Girls' Basket- ball '57, '58, '59, owns' volleyball '57, '58, '59, Student Council '58, '59i Y-Teens '57, '58, '59i Y' Teen Cabinet '58. FIELDING GAAR BRAFFETT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad' Braffett. Morbid Memory: "53" Chevies with Powerglide. "Fid" was in College Club '58, '59, Golf '57, '58, Spanish Club '58, '59. RICHARD ALLEN BRINGARDNER Son of Mr. and Morbid Memory: "Dick." JOHN DOUGLAS Son of Mr. and Morbid Memory: "Doug" was in '59- Mrs. M. E. Bringardner. School. BROOKHART Mrs. Earl E. Brookhart. People who hate '39 Buicksl Cross Country '59, Cup and Chaucer Reserve Basketball '57, Speedball '57, Sphinx '59, spanish Club '59. MARCIA LANE BROTHERS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brothers. Morbid Memory: Kids who call me shorty. lHi, Bobl "Marsh" was in Music Appreciation '58, Latin Club '59, Y-Teens '59, College Club '58, Chorus '57, Girls' Volleyball '58, Orchestra '57, '58. '59, Cup and Chaucer Club 59 BARBARA CAROL BROWN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard W. Brown. Morbid Memory: People who make me wait. "Barb" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58 59 Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58. BARBARA KAY BUCHANAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Buchanan. Morbid Memory: Back to the old grind next September. "Barby" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, College Club '58, Chorus 57 YTeens '57, '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Patrons Staff '57. MARY ELLA BURTON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burton. Morbid Memory: Those awful sessions in 314. "Murry" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '59, Band '57, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Distributive Education '59. While at Alexandria High "Murry" was in Student Council '57, F.H.A. '57, Paper Staff. DOROTHY LOUISE BUSH Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Willis. Morbid right, "Dottie '59. WILLIAM Son of Morbid "Willie" Memory: Sometimes l wish I were dead- Linda? was in Y-Teens '59, Distributive Education HARRY BUTLER Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Butler. Memory: All the times in room 2l4. was in Camera Club '57. MARILYN JEAN CAMERON Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Donald Cameron. Morbid Memory: Little sisters who know all, see al ".leanie" was in Music Appreciation '59, College Club '58, '59, YTeens 57 '59, Band '57, '58 '59, Business Staff '59, F.l.A. '57, Patron Staff 59 Cup and Chaucer Club '59. RONALD NORRIS CARSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Carson. Morbid Memor Girls who tell 'okes in stud hall. Yi l Y lHi, Caroll "Ron" was in Cross Country '58, Track '57, '58, '59. JERRY JOSEPH CASHDOLLAR Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cashdollar. Morbid llsn't Memory: People who bother me in Physics that right, Don and Brad?l "Pete" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Intramural Basketball '59, Reserve Bas- ketball '57, Cross Country '58, Speedball '57, '58. w l and tell all THOMAS MULLEN CHAPMAN Son of Mir. and Mrs. Max C. Chapman. Morbid Memory: People who call me Mullen. 'Clggppgg was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Treasurer of Spanish Club '58, Golf '57, WILMA MAE CHAPMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Chapman. Morbid Memory: A certain person that dlrives a certain flip-top Ford. fHi, Dickl "Willy" was in Sphinx '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Hi-C '57, Secretary of Hi-C '58, Girls' Basketball '58. ROBERTA ANN CHARLTON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Charlton. Morbid Memory: Waiting on those semi-annual two- week leaves from Uncle Sam's Yacht Club. "Burt" was in Music Appreciation '59, College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '58, '59, Band '57, '58, '59, Busi- ness Staff '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Pep Band 59, Vice President of Band '59. CAROL JEAN CHASE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Chase. Morbid Memory: People who don't like my vigor, and pep early in the morning at slumber parties. lHi Gangl "Chasey" was in Student Council '58, '59, Music Ap- preciation '58, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Cup and Chaucer '59, German Club '58, '59, Secretary of German Club 39,bHi-C Club '57, Sextette '57, '58, '59, Dramatics u '59. JAMES CLARENCE CHURCH Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Church. Morbid Memory: Girls who think winter is summer. "Jim" was in College Club '58, Room Agent '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. ALICE JEANNETTE CLARK Daughter of Mrs. Victory Clark andl Mr. Carl Clark. Morbid Memory: People who call me Crisco. "Pixie" was in Music Appreciation '58, Glee Club '57, Choir '58, '59, Y-Teens "57, '58, '59. HAROLD ELSWORTH CLAWSON, JR. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Clawson. Morbid Memory: Teachers who give homework. "Claw" was a Room Agent '59, Dramatics Club '57, Thespians '57, '58, '59, "Death of a Hired Man '57, "The Whole To'wn's Talking" '58, "Mrs. McThing" '59, Stage Manager and Crews '57, '58, '59. JANET CAROL CLINE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman H. Cline. Morbid Memory: THE WAlTlNG GAME. "J.A." was in Student Council '59, Music Apprecia- tion '58, '59, Secretary of Music Appreciation '59, College Club '58, Chorus '57,, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Cabinet Member of Y-Teens '59, Room Agent '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59, Business Staff '59, Gym Leaders Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. DARLENE MARGARET COLBY Daughter of Mr. Charles W. Colby. Morbid Memory: People who don't like '55 Plymouth concerts. lHi, Keith, "Weiner" was in Chours '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '59, Y-Teens '58, '59, lntra- mural Basketball '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Dramatics Club '58, Hi-C Club '58, H.M.S. Pinafore '58. While at Columbus West, "Weiner" was in Music Appreciation '57, Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, Intramural Basketball '57, Girls' Basketball '57, Girls' Baseball '57, Girls' Volleyball '57, Dramatics '57, Hi-C Club 57. FONTAINE DELORES COLVILLE lFlSHl Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fish. Morbid Memory: Oh this changing world, and mel "Fannie" was in Y-Teens '51, Band '50, '51, Girls' Volleyball '50, '5l. CAROL ANN COMPTON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Compton. Morbid Memory: A '55 Oldsmobile and a certain mail- man. lHi, Dick, "Carol" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59, GAA '58. SALLY JANE COWLES Daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Cowles and Mr. Edwin Cowles. Morbid Memory: Boys who admire girls with long hair. ll"li, Virgil, Slim" was in Reveille Review staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, GAA '57. SUZANNE VOGEL CREE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cree. Morbid Memory: Men: A masterpiece of the Great Author: The edition is large, but no girl should be without a copy! Me? I can't even get a blue print!! "Suz" was in French Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Basketball "58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, Vice President of Gym Leaders' Club in '58. CHRISTINE ELLEN CRIST Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crist, Morbid Memory: People who call me Christopher. lHi, Carol? "Chris" was in Camera Club '58, Music Appreciation '58 '59, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Vice President of Choir '59, Sextet '57, '58, '59. BRUCE DAVIDSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. William Davidson Morbid' Memory: Female Cats!! The two-legged kind that purr and scratch at the same time. "Ace" was in Distributive Education '59. DANIEL BISHOP DAVIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Davis. Morbid Memory: Eat, Drink, and be Merry for to- morrow we shall die. "Boozer" was in Music Appreciation '58, College Club '57, '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '59, Business Manager of Reveille Review '59, Room Agent '57, '58, Radio Club '57, '58. MARJORIE ANN DAVIS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Davis. Morbid Memory: 3:15 to 4:00, how it D-R-A-G-S. "Marg" was in Sales Organization '58, '59, Chorus '57, Business Staff '59 WILLARD OSCAR DAVIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Davis. Allgrbid Memory: People whe ask me about economics tests. z.' MARY ANN DENNER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Denner. Morbid Memory: Mr. Hale's fifth period civics class. iHi, Tomj "Denner" was in Chorus '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '59. LOUIS GERALD DISS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin Morbid Memory: Those trips to Fallsburg. iHi, Phyll ".lerry" was in Football, Track, Wrestling, Hi-Y, and Minstrel while at Linsly Military Institute. ROBERT ELLSWORTH DOERING Son of Mr and Mrs R E Doering Morbid Memory I s pose o came from the Mt Vernon Academy in February There he was in lntra mural Football 58 59 Intramural Basketball 58 59 Intramural Baseball 58 59 At Granville High School he was in Intramural Basketball 57 DONALD EUGEN DORN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dorn. Morbid Memory: Brads car. "Don" was in Boys' Baseball '58, Varsity Basketball '58, Track '58, '59, Varsity Foot ball '59. While at Tecumseh High School, Don was in Student Council '57, Foot- ball '57, and Basketball '57. DIANA DOUGLAS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Douglas. Morbid Memory: People who don't yell for Coach Allen and the team. "Dee Dee" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Reserve Cheer- leader '57, '58. Varsity Cheerleader '59, Girls' Bas- ketball '57, '58 '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Leaders Club '58, '59, French Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, GAA '58, Thespians '57, '58, '59, "Sinister House" '57, Dramatics Club '57, Honor Society '59. PAUL TRUETT DOVE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dove. Morbid Mlemor : Tr in to kee a '46 Ford cou e V Y Y 9 p P running. , "Yo-Yo" was in Speedball '57. New me-wi 'Y '52 CYNTHIA SUE DOWLING Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Dowling. Morbid Memory: Those short three-minute phone calls, the slow U. S. mail sys- U tem,-and the Along wait until June 15, 1961. lHi, Bobl Cynthiaulwas in Camera Club '58, Secretary of Camera Club '58, Music Appre- ciation, 59, College Club '58, '59, Librarian '59, Glee Club '57, Sextet '57, Y- TEENS '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, German Club '58, 59, Cup and Chaucer S-5JbG?,ADr2gtatics Club '57, Y-Teens Play '58, "The Birthday of the lnfanta" ELIZABETH ANN DOWLING Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John S. Dowling. NlO?bIdDM?mory: Guys with speech impedliments who call me "Dowling" instead o H ar ing." "Nix lwaslin French Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, Y-Teens 577 58, 59, Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. ROBERT OREN DRAGICS Son of Mrs. Cecile Dragics. Morbid Memory: Girls who call me by my middle name. "Squirrel" was in Student Council '58, '59, Debate '59, Room Agent '57, Varsity Football '58, Math Slulb '29, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Co-Ed Volley- a '5 . GALEN RICHARD DUDGEON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Dudgeon. Morbid Memory: People who think Don Fee and' l are brothers. "Dudg" was in Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Reserve Football '57, Varsity Football '58, '59. NANCY SUE DYER Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Howard E. Dyer. Morbid Memory: People who have fake smiles! "Nance" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Baseball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Girls' Ensemble '57, '58. ALLEN JAY ECLEBERY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Eclebery. Morbid Memory: A girl named "Jeannie." "Al" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club '59, Intramural Tennis '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. LOLA MAE EDGELL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Edgell. Morbid Memory: People who aren't sincere. lHi, Mom and Dad.l "Lola" was in Science Club '58, Choir '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, Sphinx '59. WARREN HERBERT EDMAN, JR. Son of Mr. and Mrs, Warren Edman. Morbid Memory: Memory work. Warren was in Boys Baseball '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx Club '59. JAMES MARVIN EDWARDS Son of Mir. and' Mrs. Andrew Edwards. Morbid Memory: People who call me James "whaml' unmhu BONITA KAY EGNEW Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Egnew. Morbid Memory: Those lhappy?J hours among the books. CHi, Kidsl "Bonnie" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Annual Staff '59, Science Club '57, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Girls' Base- ball '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '59, Patron Staff '58, Cup and Chaucer Cub '59, G.A.A. '58, Annual Staff Typist '59. MARY ANNA ENICH Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Enich. Morbid Memory: People who call me by my family nickname and my memory. lHi, Cynthial "Honey Anna" was in Debate '59, Patron Staff '58, Camera Club '58, Music Appreciation '59, Spanish Club '58, '59, Presidlent of Spanish Club '59, Li- brary Assistants '57, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, National Forensic League '59, Thespian Troupe '57, '58, '59, Dramatics Club '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx '59, "Sinister House" '57, "Birthday of lnfanta" '57, Director and Producer of Y-Teens Play '58, "Lute Song" '59, Honor Society '59, SAUNDRA LOU EPPERT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Eppert. Morbid Memory: A friendly heart wins in many ways. "Sam" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Distributive Edlucation '59. ,Q DANNY ADDISON EVANS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Evans. Morbid Memory: People who argue with me about Chevies and Fords. "Dan." PATRICIA ANNE EVANS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Evans. Morbid Memory: People who don't believe in living, loving, and then learning. "Stinky" was in Music Appreciation '59, Science Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Distributive Education '59, Journalism '59, Business Staff '59, Patron Staff '59, Radio Club '57, Honor Society '59. SUSAN DIANE EVERETT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Everett. Morbid Memory: Some girls may be tomboys, but l'll always be Tom's girl. "Susie" was in Camera Club '58, Patron Staff '58, '59, Music Appreciation '59, Spanish Club '58, '59' College Club '58, '59, Glee Club '57, G.A.A. '58 Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '57, Girls' Bas ketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Treasurer of Music Appreciation '59, Dra- matics Club '58, Y-Teens Program Chairman '58, Delegate to State Y-Teens Conference '57, Honor Society '59. JOYCE ANN FARMER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farmer. Morbid Memory: People who work on week-end nights. tHi, Billi "Joker" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Patron's Staff '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, Y- Teens '57, '58, '59, Band '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Cup and Chaucer '59, GAA '59, Honor Society '59. FRANK SAMUEL FARRINGTON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrington. Morbid Memory: Women Driversl "Sambo" was in Camera Club '58, Latin Club '58, College Club '59, Room Agent '59, Track '58, Speedball '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx '59. CONSTANCE ANN FEASTER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Feaster. Morbid Memory: Aladdin has his own "Genie," But I prefer Mine. lHi, Ggnei "Fish" was in French Club '58, '59, Librarian Assistant '57, G.A.A. '58: C-l10I'US '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59. FORREST WILLIAM FERRY Son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Barritt Morbid Memory: People who call me butterball. "Bill" was in Hi-Y '57, Room Agent '57, Band '57, Boys' Baseball '58, '59, Speedball '57. DELBERT ORISTA FIKE Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Fike. Morbid Memory: Teachers who mispronounce my name. "sum" LARRY GENE FINCK Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Finck. Morbid Memory: People who mispronounce my name. "Larry" was in camera Club '59, Latin Club '59, Sphinx '59: Cup and Chaucer Club '59. MARGUERITE EUNICE FISHER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fisher. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Maggie." All those nerve-racking interviews. fHi, Phyllis and Bobblel "Marg" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, Girls' Baseball '58, Hi-C Club '57, '58, President of Hi-C Club '58, Treasurer of Honor Society '59. VICKY LEE FITZSIMMONS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fitzsimmons. Morbid Memory: Catty girls and gossip's tongues, who spoil the fun of everyone. lHi, Sallyj "Legs" was in Future Homemakers '57, '58, Distribu- tive Education '59, Hi-C Club '57. CAROL SUE FOX Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Smith. Morbid' Memory: A certain guy who hasn't grown "Alvin" was in Chrous '57, '58, '59, Patrons Staff '58- Business Staff '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, G.A.A. '58. TERRY KEITH FRAME Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frame. Morbid Memory: Girls who haven't grown up. "Teri" was in Sales Organization '59, Camera Club '58, 59, Science Club '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '58, Speedball '57, Track Squad '59, Cross Country Squad '58, Stage Crew '57, Audio-Visual Service Clubs '57, '58, '59. JAMES GRANVILLE FRASHER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Blucher W. Frasher. Morbid Memory: Girls . . . they irritate me ibut oh how I love to be irritatedll "Jim" was in College Club '58, Chorus '57, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. SHIRLEY ANN FULTON DONNA VIVIEN FULK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Eagle. Morbid Memory: People who call me Vivien lHi, Sami "Don" was in Distributive Education '59, Chorus '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. JACKIE LEE FULTON Son of Mrs. Marie Fulton and the late Mr. John Fulton. Morbid Memory: Boys who go swimming in the mid- dle of January. lHi, Ralph and' Jackl "Jack" was in College Club '58, '59, Hi-Y Club '57, Room Agent '57, Speedball '57, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Class President '59, Class Vice President '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59, Math Club '59, "Lute Song" '59. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter R. Fulton. Morbid Memory: Most people will get a BILL once in their lives, but no one will get mine. "Shirl" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '59, G.A.A. '58, Patrons Staff '57, '58, '59. JUDITH ANN GARD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Gard. Morbid Memory: Fourth floor drinking fountains lwhen there is no one else using themi not only quench your thirst but also wash your face. "Judy" was in Music Appreciation '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Honor Society '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, President of Y-Teens in '58, Girls' Bas- ketball '58 '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, NHS Sextet '57, 58, '59, "H.M.S Pinafore" 58, G.A.A. '58, '59, Vice President of Honor Society '59. JOHN EDWARD GARVIN Son of Mrs. Burrel Weakley and Mr. Carl Garvin. Morbid Memory: Mispronouncing my name. "John." FRANCES DARLENE GASKELLA Daughter of Mr. andl Mrs. Frank W. Gaskella. Morbid Memory: URBAN life fascinates me. CHE, Doni "Francie" was in College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '58, Band '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Patrons Staff '59, G.A.A. '58. SAUNDRA LEA GEIDENBERGER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Geidenberger. Morbid Memory: Those crazy rides in "Leapin Lena." lHi, Gangi "Sandy" was in Chorus 58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59. DAVID MULFORD GELFER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gelfer. Morbid Memory: Those English quizzes in 213. "Dave" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Science Club '59, College Club '59, Room Agent '58, Astronomy Club '57, '58, '59, Vice President '59, Cup and Chaucer '59. STANLEY DALE GIBSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Gibson. Morbid Memory: Third floor drinking fountains ann small change. "Stan" was in Science Club '57, Sphinx '59, Reserve Football 557, 9Cross Country Squad '58, Track Squad '57, '5 , '5 . MARILYN JUNE GOFF Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bacil Goff. Morbid Memory: Third floor drinking fountains and cars that won't start in the winter. "June" was in G.A.A. '58, Y-Teens '58, '59, Girls' Vol- leyball '5B. DONALD LEE GOODIN Son of Mrs. Alice Goodin. Morbid Memory: Late dancers at band camp. "Don" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Band Manager '59, Pep Band '59. SUSAN LORRAINE GOODWIN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Goodwin. Morbid Memory: Johnny it will always B. "Susie" was in College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Patron Staff 59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Hi-C Club '57, G.A.A. '57, '58. THOMAS FRANKLIN GOUGH Son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gough. Morbid 'Men1ory: People who mess up other people's hair. lHi, Sandyl "Hunk" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, Reserve Foot- ball '56, Track '56. BARBARA EILENE GRADY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert B. Grady. Morbid Memory: Little things that mean a lot. "Barbie" was in Y-Teens '57, '59, Room Agent '59. GARY TAYLOR GRAHAM Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graham. Morbiid Memory: It pays to have more than one fish on the hook. fAnd l'm the suc erj "Grahamcracker" was in Sales Organization '57, '58, '59, Future Retailers '59, College Club '58, Chorus '57, '58, Distributive Education '59, DALE WILLIAM GROVE Son of Mrs. Emma Grove and the late Charles Grove. - Morbid Memory: People who call me Carrot-Top, when everyone knows carrot tops are green. , "Beef" was in A.V.S.C. '57 '58, '59, Distributive Education '59. JUDITH DEE GUTRIDGE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gutridge. Morbid Memory: Stairs, Stairs, Stairs. "Judy" was in Music Appreciation '59, Hi-C '57, Y- Teens '57, 58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Co-Ed Volleyball '59, Cup and Chaucer Cub '59. STANLEY ALLEN HANBY ' Son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hanby. Msorbid Memory: People who brag with no reason to. ' tan." -,mORGE STEVENSON HANDEL Son of Mr. and Mrs. Carle W. Handel. Morbid Memory: M-M-M-Boy you're a good' group. fHi, Taylorl "George" was in Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Spanish Club '58, '59. DIXIE ARLENE HANNAHS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G, E. Hannahs. Morbid Memory: To have a friend you have to be one. "Dix" was in Chorus '57, '58, G.A.A. '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Ger- man Club '57. DEANNA SUE HANNUM Daughter of Mrs. Marie Hannum and Mr. H. C. Han- num. Morbid Memory: Getting to know the three R's: Reading, Writing and Roger. lHi, Gang, "Dee Dee" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Dramatics '57. KAREN DIANE HARMON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Harmon. Morbid Memory: People who don't plan ahead. "Di" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club '59, H Chorus 58, Y-Teens '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. At Alexandria "Di" was in Chor- us '57, Future Homemakers '57, Band '57, Intra- mural Basketball '57, Quartet '57, Devilsonian Staff '57. DONALD EUGENE HARRIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris. Morbid Memory: People who won't let me park in the teachers' parking lot. "Don" was in Camera Club '59, President of Camera Club '59, Science Club '59, College Club '59, Band '57, '58, Math Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. WILLIAM A. HARRIS Son of Mrs. Thelma N. Holcombe and Mr. Russell B. Holcombe. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Sneezy." lHi, Juiciel "Willy" was in College Cl ager '59. ROBERT WALTER HENDREN ub '58, Band '57, '58, '59, Pep Band '59, Band Man- TERRY RONALD HARTSHORN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Hartshorn. Morbid Memory: School is fun, but l'm glad it's nearly done. "T.H." was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58, '59, Track '57, '58, '59, Varsity Football '57, '58, '59. BENNY LOUIS HAUMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hauman. Morbid Memory: The bouncer on the third' floor. "Ben" was in College Club '59, Science Club '59, Treasurer of Science Club '59, A.V.S.C. '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Treasurer of A.V.S.C. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hendren. Morbid Memory: The swinging door in room 402. "Bob" was in Speedball '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, Spanish Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JOHN CARL HENDRICKS Son of Dr. and Mrs. John E. Hendricks. Morbid Memory: Those weekends on Quentin Road. CHi, Juliel "John" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Student Council '57, College Club '58, '59, Science Club '57, '58, '59, Vice President of Science Club '58, President of Science Club '59, Room Agent '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer '59, A.V.S.C. '57, '58, '59, President of A.V.S.C. ELEANOR LOUISE HILLEARY '58. CATHERINE ELIZABETH HESS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rinehart Hess. Morbid Memory: Assignments over vacations and weekends. "Cathy" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, Room Agent '57, Band '57, '58, '59, Astronomy Club '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JANET ARLENE HILL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin Hill. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Chip," those Smith boys out of town. "Jan" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hilleary. Morbid Memory: Long time no see. lHi, Davel "Ele" was in Y-Teens '57, LINDA MAE HOFFER '58, Orchestra '57, Astronomy Club '57. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Hoffer. Morbid Memory: People wh "Little Mickey." o try to rush me. SYDELL ELIZABETH ANN HOLLISTER Daughter of Mrs. Dorothy E. Hollister and the late Mr. Sydney Hollister. Morbid Memory: People who say that I dream too much. lHi, Bobl "Syd" was in Y-Teens '58, '59, Library Assistants '57, '58, Hi-C Club '58, Honor Society '59. LYNDA LEA HOLTSBERRY Daughter of Judge and Mrs. Charles B. Holtsberry. Morbid Memory: People in the army who try to sur- prise me. "Pidge' was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. MARY JUNE HORNYAK Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Gabor Hornyak. Morbid Memory: Three-minute bells in NHS. "Mary" was in Orchestra '57, '58, French Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. JUDITH LEE HOUSEMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Houseman. Morbid Memory: Learning drivingl lHi, Toml "Jud" was in College Club '58, Future Teachers '57, '59, Girls' Basketball '53: Girls' Volleyball '58, Sphinx 59, Y-Teens '57, '58, 59, Glee Club '57, Latin Club '58, '59, Treasurer '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, RONALD LEE HUFFMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Virlen Huffman. Morbid Memory: Knowledge is power, but it won't make my Chevy run. lHi, Judyl "Huffy." JAMES STEVENS HUGHES Son of Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hughes. Morbid Memory: Clutch riders. "Jim" was in Cross Country '59, Science Club '59, Spanish Club '58, '59. JUDITH LAVERNE HUGHES Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hughes. Morbid Memory: Remember those noonehours at the library? lHi, Gangl "Bubbles" was in Business Staff '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Hi-C '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. JUDITH KAY HUMES Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Humes. Mag-'1bidDMeT1ory: lt'll take more than a cyclotron to split me and my ADAMSI I, ave ".lud"' was in Business Staff '57, '58, College Club '58, Future Teachers '57, '58, '59, Girls Basketball '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Y-Teen Cabinet '58, Cup and Chaucer '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Glee Club '57, Honor Society '59. CAROL SUE HUPP Daughter of Mrs. Bessie Morriss. Morbid Memory: Trying to get a ride on those cold mornings. fl-li, Jeffl "Susie" was in G.A.A. '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Chorus '57, College Club '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. SUSAN JOY HUPP Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Hupp. Morbid Memory: Non-believers in young love. "Susie" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Future Teachers '57, '58, Latin Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx '59, Music Apprecia- tion '58, '59, President of Music Appreciation '59, Y- Teens '57, '58, '59, Hi-C '59, Girls' Sextet '57, '58, '59 Orchestra '57 '58 House Mana er of "Lute I - , 2 9 Song." STEPHEN LEWIS INSCHO Son of Mr. and Mrs. Neal lnscho. Morbid Memory: LINDA. "Steve" was in College Club '58, Key Club '58, '59, Treasurer of Key Club 59' Reserve Football Manager '57, Varsity Football Manager '58 KEITH ALLEN IRWIN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Irwin. Morbid Memory: Ford Lovers. "Sparks" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Room Agent '58, '59. DIANA SUE JACOBS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jacobs. Morbid Memory: I for one, like Butch haircuts be- cause crew cuts give me the Willeys. "Jake" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Fu- ture Teachers '59, Secretary of Future Teachers '59, G.A.A. '58, 59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, French Club '58, '59. JOANN JENNINGS Daughter of Mrs. George E. Jennings and the late Mr. George E. Jennings. Morbid Memory: People who talk too much and yet say nothing. "Jo" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls Volleyball '58, G.A.A. '58, JUDITH KAY JOHN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred John Morbid Memory: Distance means so much to some and so little to others. "Johnsie" was in Business Staff '58, '59, College Club '58, Future Teachers '59, Patron Staff '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Reveille Review Staff '59, Office Assistant '57. WILLIAM ALLEN JOHNS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johns. Morbid Memory: People who don't like popular music or teenagers. "Bill" was in Sphinx '59. DIANA SUE JOHNSON Daughter of Mrs. Mariorie Brown and Mr. Edgar Johnson. Morbid Memory: Waiting for that certain day. lHi Johnl Di" was in Miusic Appreciation '59, G.A.A. '58, Pa- tron Staff '59, YfTeens '57, '58, '59, College Club '59, Business Staff '59, Girls' Volleyball '58. JOYCE ELAINE JONES Daughter of Rev. and Mrs. D. Jones. Morbid Memory: People who insist I dye my hair. "Jonesy" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Secretary of Spanish Club '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club 59, Hi- C '57, '58, Future Teachers Club '57, Girls' Glee Club '57, Girls' Sextet '57, '58, '59, "H.M.S. Pinafore" '58, Gym Leaders Club '59. SHARRY LEE JONES Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Jones. Morbid Memory: If I had' my choice, Jim would still be my PlCKrall. lHi, Jimi "Sharry" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, Business Staff '57, Girls' Basketball '58, Gym Leaders Club '58. JOANNE MARY KAVALYECZ Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kavalyecz, Jr. Morbid Memory: Cold days, air mail stamps fthe 7c kindj, and everyone else's problems. "Jo" was in Latin Club '58, '59, College Club '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '57, '59. CARLENE EVELYN KEASER Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Carl Keaser. Morbid Memory: Those nights at the KP hall and getting up at seven. "Tootsie" was in Honor Society '59. VICKI LYNN KECK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Keck. Morbid Memory: People who sing on hayrides. lHi, Judyl "Vic" was in Music Appreciation '58, Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Hi-C Club '57, '58, Future Teachers Club '57, Girls' Sextet '57, Honor Society '59. RICHARD THOMAS KEIM Son of Mr. and Mrs. Hummel G. Keim. Morbid Memory: People who believe my lies. "Risk" was in Radio Club '57, Dramatics '59. RALPH RAYMOND KELLER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Keller. Morbid Memory: All Fords. "Sonney" was in Distributive Education 59. DIANA LYNN KERN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kern. Morbid Memory: People who can't walk on ice. lHi, Jayniej "Di" was in Student Council '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens Cabinet '58, Room Agent '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Hi-C Club '57, '58, Glee Club '57, Leaders Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, G.A.A. '58, Dramatics Club '57. ROBERT LEE KERN Son of Mrs. and Mrs. E. C. Kern. Morbid Memory: Keeping my appointment in 213 each morning and noon. lHi, Sandyl "Bob" was in College Club '58, Room Agent '57, Hi- C Club '57, Cup and' Chaucer Club '59. JULIE ANN KETNER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ketner. Morbid Memory: The heck with being a vegetarian, I like PORK too Well. "Jules" was in College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '59, Orchestra '57, Business Staff '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, French Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JACQUELYN ELLEN KETCHUM Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ketchum. Morbid Memory: Those unpredictable. unintelligent, uninterested species known as the male. fHi, Mary and Judiei "Jack" was in College Club '58, Future Teachers '57, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Student Council '58, '59, Thespians '57, '58, '59, President of Thespians '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, Hi-C Club '57, '58, Student Director of "Mrs. McThing" '59, "Sinister House" '57, "Nobody Sleeps" '57, "The Whole Town's Talking" '58, Honor Society REBA JEAN KEYLOR Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Keylor. Morbid' Memory: I am attracted to the simpler things in lite-MEN! fHi, Suei "Jeanne" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Honor So- ciety '59. CAROL SUE KINNEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kinney. Morbid Memory: Writing letters that require air- mail stamps. lhli, Mike and Nancyl "Skinney" was in Music Appreciation '59, College Club '59, Chorus '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, Orchestra '57, Business Staff '59,'Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, German Club '58, '59, Hi-C Club '57, Glee Club '58, Patrons Staff '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Honor Society '59. PAUL EUGENE KIRKPATRICK Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Kirkpatrick. Morbid Memory: People who avoid criticism-say nothing, do nothing, be noth- ing. "Gene-O" was in Music Appreciation '59. SUE CARLEEN KNEPPER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Knepper. Morbid Memory: What about that reckless driver? CHi, Jerryi "Susie" was in Chorus '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. JON LEWIS KREIDER Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kreider. Morbid Memory: People who insult Fordsl "Lewis" was in Sphinx '59. RICHARD MAXAM KUNINGER Son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kuninger. Morbid Memory: Getting up at 7 p.m. "Rich" was in College Club '57, Intramural Baseball '57, Varsity Debate '58, '59, Cup and' Chaucer Club '59. SUE ANN LANDEFELD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Landefeld. Morbid Memory: Riding in a certain car that never gets above 50 m.p.h iHi, Clydel "Suz" was in Chorus '57, '59, Girls' Baseball '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, 59, Library Assistants '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. JOYCE ANN LAWRENCE Daughter of Karol Kenton Lawrence. Morbid Memory: Those nights on the bus. "Jan" was in Chorus 57, '58, '59, D. E. '59, Patron Staff '57, '58, Sales Organ- ization '58, '59. CHARLES THOMAS LEIGHTON Son of Mrs. T. A. Getreu and the late Frederick A. Leighton. Morbid Memory: Studebakers, icy driveways, and people who don't believe in Santa Claus. iHi,'Suziel "Tom" was in College Club '58, '59, Contest Speaking '57, '58, '59, German Club '58, '59, Music Appre- cation '59, Room Agent '57, Science Club '57, Varsity Debate '57, '58, '59, National Forensic League '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer '59, Tennis '59, College Club Treasurer '59, GEOFFREY LYNN LEISTER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Leister. Morbid Memory: People who call me Godfrey. "Jetty" was in Carmera Club '58, Chorus '57, German .f Club '58, '59, Music Appreciation '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Astronomy Club '58, Photog- ag rapher for Annual '58, '59. .air ,,.,.. FRANK DANIEL LEWIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Lewis. Morbid Memory: Friday the 13th is a special day, December is a special month and l963 is a special year. ll-li, Carolynj "Louie." SHIRLEY MAE LIGHTLE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Lightle. Morbid Memory: Oh How I Hate to get up in the mornings. "Shlrd" was in Y-Teens '57, Girls' Basketball '58, GLENN LEE LIVINGSTON .IANICE JEAN LINDSEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Lindsey. Morbid Memory: Those crazy slumber parties. lHi, Gangl "Theodore" was in Chorus '57, '59, Girls' Basket- ball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, lntramural Basketball '57, Junior Red Cross '57, Library Assist- ants '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. At Canal Winchester '56, '57, Junior Homemakers Degree '57, Secretary of Y-Teens '57, Glee Club '57. MARY KATHRYN LIPPINCOTT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lippincott. Morbid Memory: People who call on the phone but don't answer. "Mary" was in Girls' Volleyball '57, Science Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Richards. Morbid Memory: Cars that won't run. "Whitie" was in Math Club '59, Astronomy Club '57, '58, '59, Science Club '57, '58: Room Agent '59. CAROLYN ANN LONZO Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Lonzo. Morbid Memory: Friday the l3th is a special day, December is a special month, and 1963 is a special year. lHi, Frankl "Bonzo" was in Chorus '57, Annual Staff '57, '58, '59, German Club '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59, Reveille News '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Assistant Editor of Annual '59. JUANITA MAE LOWERY MARGARET MAE LOUGHMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Loughman. Morbid Memory: Those long waits for navy leaves and a certain '53 Chevy. lHi, George, "Margie" was in Chorus '57, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Y-Teens '57. MARILYN FAE LOUGHMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Loughman. Morbid Memory: Weekends for a special sailor guy andl a certain '52 Ford. lHi, Garyl "Marilyn" was in Girls' Baseball '57, Girls' Basket- ball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Y-Teens '57. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Ernest Lowery. A . Morbid Memory: People with talking eyes . . . that I find so hard to resist. KH: Duncj "Red" was in Chorus '57, Girls' Basketball '57, Girls' Volleyball '57, Y-Teens '57. ROBERTA ANN MacTAVISI'I Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McTavish. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Mac." "Ann" was in Band '57, '58, College Club '58, '59, Future Teachers '57, '58, '59, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Room Agent '59, Y-Teens '57, Spanish Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. SYLVIA JUNE MADDOX Daughter of John M. Maddox and the late Mildred V. M-addox. Morbid Memory: Teachers who give so much home- work that you have to burn the midnight oil, "Syl" was in Chorus '57, '58, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Student Council '58, '59, Secretary of Student Coun- cil '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Vice President of Y- Teens '58, Cabinet Member of Y-Teens '59, Mathe- matics Club '59, Gym Leaders Club '59, "H.M.S. Pinafore" '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Honor Society '59. GARY DEAN MARING Son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Maring. Morbid Memory: Oh, How l Hate to get up in the morning. "Crunch" was in College Club '59, Future Teachers '59, German Club '58, Intramural Baseball '58, Cup and Chaucer '59, Football Track '58, Science Club '59 Sphinx '59, Track '59, Varsity Football '59. DOUGLAS EDWARD MARRIOTT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marriott Morbid Memory: Wind blowing in windows on fourth floor. "Doug" was in DE '59, Radio Club '58. BARBARA ANN MARSHALL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Marshall. Morbid Memory: My Riches overcome my Bills but not my Roding around. "Barb" was in Business Staff '59, Chorus '57, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Basket- ball '58, Science Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Astronomy Club '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Dramatics Club '57, VICTOR SCOTT MARZANO Son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Marzano. Morbid Memory: Girls who think they can drive. "Pizon" was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58, '59, "N" Club '57, '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Reserve Football '57, Varsity Basketball '58, '59, Varsity B?ebZg '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, Football Track '5 , ' . LENA HAZEL MATHEWS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Mathews, Sr. Morbid Memory: People who give me funny nick- names. ll-li, Gangl "Leapin" was in Girls' Volleyball '57, Y-Teens '57, '58. ROBERT MERLE McBRIDE Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Morbid Memory: Those early mornings. "Bob" was in Reserve Basketball '57, Speedball '57, SANDRA DARLENE McCARTNEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard G. McCartney. Morbid' Memory: Little brothers can sure cause trouble. "San" was in Distributive Ed. '59, Secretary Distributive Ed. '59, Secretary of D.E. '59, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. MARIB MARIE McCLAlN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiley. Morbid Memory: A certain sailor who sailed into my life. lHi, .l-frlyl Hey, Sis, l'm here. "Marie" was in Chorus '57, '59, Hi-C Club '58. WAYNE ALFRED McCl.ELLAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McClellan. Morbid Memory: Girls who think they can drive. "Wayne" was in A.V.S.C. '59. RITA DAWN McGlNNlS Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Daniel C. McGinnis. Morbid Memory: l'm Always chasing rainbows. "Reet" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, College Club '58, '59, Patron Staff '59, Y-Teens '58, 59, French Club '58, '59. EDWARD LEON McGlONE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McGlone. MoIr1bidbMgmory: Monday morning patriots, homework doers, puns, and martyrs to t e an . "Elmo" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Manager of Band '57, '58, College Club '57, '58, '59, Contest Speaking '58, '59, Science Club '57, '58, Varsity Debate '58, '59, Band Council '57, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Contest Soloist '58, '59, Na- tional Forensic League '59, O.H.S.S.L., District Runner-up '58, Astronomy Club '57 '58, Math Club '59, Pep Band '57, '59, Honor Society '59. SANDRA RUTH McKEE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McKee. Morbid Memory: Mud pud'dles in front of the Music Building. "Sandy" was in Music Appreciation '58, '59, Chorus '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, Sphinx '59. GARY LEE McLAUGHLIN Son of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. McLaughlin. Morbid Memory: Waiting for a certain girl, but hop- ing I don't have to wait too long. lHi, Carolel "Mac" was in Annual Staff '58, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Chorus '59, Reveille News Staff '57, '58, Room Agent '57, Band '57, '58, '59, Orchestra '57, '58, German Club '58, Assistant Drum Maior '59. JOHN STEPHEN McNALLY Son of Mrs. Bertie Wahlstrom and Jack McNally. Morbid Memory: People who say people from the "OZARKS" don't wear shoes, While at Joplin, Mo., "Reb" was on Annual Staff '57: Business Staff '57g Intra- mural Basketball '57p Journalism Staff '57: Junior Red Cross '57: Key Club '57: Science Club '57: ROTC '57: Aviation Club '57p while here in Newark he was in D.E. '59: President of D.E. '59, Hi-Y '58: Room Agent '5B: National Vice Pres- ident of D.E. Club of America: President of Central and Southern Regional D.E. in Ohio: President of D.E. in State of Ohio. JOY ANN McPHERSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E. McPherson, Jr. Morbid Memory: People who dio things only halfway. "Joy" was in College Club '58, '59: Future Teachers Club '59: Girls' Basketball '58: Music Appreciation '59, Science Club '58, '59, Math Club lMu Alpha Thetal '59: Treasurer of Math Club '59: Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. JAMES GREGORY MELEY Son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Meley. Morbid Memory: Not being allowed to chew gum in cass. "lgor" is from Carrick High School in Pittsburgh, Pa. JULIA ANN MERCER Daughter of Mrs. D. G. Worthington and Mr. Ross Mercer. Morbid Memory: lt's all in the game. "Yula Merkil" was Secretary of Y-Teens '57 and Vice President '59 and a member in '58y Gym Leaders Club '58, '59: Chorus '57, '58, '59: Volleyball '58, '59: Rocketeer '59 lCaptainlg Julia's Juveniles '58 iCaptainl: Hi-C '57: College Club '58g Business Staff '59: Patron's Staff '59: Girls' Bowling '59: Homecoming Queen '59. JUDY ANN MERRITTS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaneff. Morbid Memory: Homework. "Judy." THOMAS ROGER METCALF Son of Mr. Earl T. Metcalf and Mrs. Helen Pagel. Morbid Memory: Monday mornings. "Rog" was in Cross Country '58: Intramural Baseball '59p Speedball '57: Sphinx '59, Track '57, '58. RICHARD CLAUDE METZ Son of Louise A. Metz. Morbid' Memory: School. "Dick." WILLIAM LEE METZ Son of Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Derr. Morbid Memory: Honest, I don't have one. ' Bill " CONSTANCE ELAINE MILLER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Miller. Morbid Memory: I don't Lough-man, iHi, Jerryl "Slim" was in Business Staff '59: German Club '57, Girls' Volleyball '58, Room Agent '58: Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. MARY KATHRYN MILLER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Miller. Morbid Memory: Oh them Civic classes and the climb to the fourth floor. "Gabby" was in Girls' Baseball '57, Girls' Basketball '57, Girls' Volleyball '57. ROGER ALLEN MITCHELL Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mitchell. Morbid Memory: Girls going steady. Roger" was in Band '57, '58, '59p College Club '58: German Club '58, '59: Intramural Baseball '57, '58: '59: Music Appreciation '59: Room Agent '57: Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Dance Band '595 Pep Band 59: Intramural Tennis Champion '597 Music Contest '57, '58, '59: Soloist '58, '59. 'MARY ANN MONROE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Monroe. Morbid M-emory: People who call me Mary, and boys who consider me a sister. "Marilyn" was in Girls' Basketball '57, '58g Girls' Vol- leyball '57, '58: Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Workeci in Office '57. JUDY DARLENE MOORMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Moorman. Morbid Memory: Those little "White" lies! lHi, Gangl "Moormie" was in Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Dramatics Club '57, G.A.A. '58. DANIEL WESLEY MORAN Son of Alberta Moran and Frank Moran. Morbid Memory: Girls who bother boys in homeroom. lHi, Melaneej "Boone." MELANEE LEE MORGAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Morgan. Morbid Memory: Boys who have flying fever and drive with their arms out the window in winter. mi, Dick, "Mel" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Future Teachers Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, French Club '58, '59, Honor Society '59. SANDRA EILEEN MORRISON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Morrison. Morbid Memory: People who call me Red. "Sandy" was in Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volley- ball '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, DARLENE KAZE MOSSMAN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker. n Morbid Memory: A certain blond haired, blue eyed boy is my weakness. CH: Ralphiel "Kitten" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, 58. CAROL COELLA NELSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Nelson. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Peachy," "Carol" was in Y-Teens '57, '58. JAMES NEAL NELSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nelson. Morbid Mernory: Working Friday nights. "Big Jim" was in Sphinx '59. DOROTHY ALICE NETHERS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nethers. Morbid Memory: People who say I talk too much "Dot" was in Girls' Basketball '58. PAUL JOSEPH NEWMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sherry. Morbid Memory: I don't care what your name is, you're not cuttin' down my cherry tree. "Moose," JOANN ADELL NORTON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moorehead. Morbid Memory: "Guess Who" telephone calls. CHi, Larryl "Jody" was in Chorus '57. SUSAN JANE NULL Dasahtxerlfof Mrs. Kathleen Null and the late Woodrow . U . Morbid Memory: Most people like many sports, but I prefer Bolenl fHi, Garyl "Snooze" was in College Club '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Spanish Club '58, 59, Secretary of Spanish Club '58, Treas- urer of Spanish Club '59, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Dramatics '57. RONALD HARRY OAKLEAF Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Oakleaf. Mcqirrbid Memory: Those people who call me "Twinkle oes." "Oakie." MICHAEL CHATLAIN O'BRlEN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. O'Brien. Morbid Memory: English teachers who do not like Old Hams. "Chat" was in College Club '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Astronomy Club '57, '58, '59, Vice President of Astronomy Club '58, President of Astronomy Club '59. DONALD MICHAEL OCCHIUZZI Son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Occhiuzzi. Morbid' Memory: People who mispronounce my name. "Ozzie" was in Camera Club '57, '58, '59, D.E. '59. WILLA MAE OLIVER DIANA ELIZABETH ODER Daught Morbid their il'll, "Bets" '58, '59, '58, '58, er of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Oder. Memory: People who drive their cars with shoes off and love to listen to 'Hillbilly' music. Yogil was in Music Appreciation '59, College Club '59, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, F.T.A. '57, '59, Vice President of F.T.A. '59, German Club '59- Patron Staff '58, '59, Gym Leaders '58, '59, 58, , G.A.A. '58, '59. GENERAL GRANT OLIVER Son of Morbid Mrs. L. M. Oliver. Memory: People who dislike teenagers. "OlIie" was in D.E. '59, Key Club '58, Student Coun- cil '58, '59. Daughter of Mrs. L. M. Oliver. Morbid Memory: People who call me bashful. "Willie" was in Music Appreciation '58, Chorus '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Y'Teens Treasurer '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, Secretary of Gym Leaders Club '58, Treasurer of Gym Leaders Club '59, Sphinx '59, Girls' Ensemble '57, '58, '59. CAROLYN LOUISE ORR Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murrel Orr. Morbid Memory: Those Dreamy Brown Eyes. lHi, Dont "Carrie" was in Chorus '57, Sphinx '59, Sales Organization '59, Office Manager '59. LYNN LEE OXLEY LARRY LEE ORR Son of Mrs. Charles Parshall and the late Murry Orr. Mfgblid Memory: Certain people that call you "Poor a Y... "O" was in College Club '58, Intramural Baseball '57, '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Speedball '57, REAH SUE ORR Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Orr. Morbid Memory: Everything I like is either illegal, improper, or fattening. lHi, Jean, "Sue" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball Eg, '33, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oxley. Morbid Memory: The drinking fountain on the fourth floor hall. Hi, Radal "Lynn" was in Business Staff '59, D.E. '59, Music Appreciation '58, Patron Staff '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. ROBERT LARRY PAGEL Son of Mr. and Mrs. .lack H. Pagel. Morbid Memory: Not getting any Gumdrops before football practice. lPegleg-3 years are up. Are We?J "Larry" was in Intramural Baseball '58, '59, Intramural Basketball '59, Reserve Football '57, Track '57, '59, Varsity Football '58, '59. PATRICA JO PARKHILL Daughter of Mrs. David R. Parkhill and the late David R. Parkhill. Morbid Memory: Dick's forgotten promises. "Pat" was in D.E. '59, Treasurer of D.E. '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Glee Club '57, Gym Leaders '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, 59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59. DIANA MAE PATTERSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loyd W. Patterson. Morbid Memory: People who don't like Perry Como. "Di" was in D.E. '59, Business Staff '59, Glee Club '57, Journalism Staff '59, Music Appreciation '58, Patron Staff '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. EMMA ARLENE PECK Daughter ot Mrs. Lillian Thompson and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. C, 0. Anderson. Morbid Memory: Some people like Maiors, but I prefer Minors. lHi, Terryj "Butchie" was in Yaleens '57, '59, '59, Room Agent '57, Orchestra '57, '58, lntra- mural Basketball '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, '59, gg'ls'5:3lolI!egball '57, '58, '59, Leaders Club '58, '59, D.E. '59, Sphinx '59, G.A.A. PEGGY LOUISE PETTIBONE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clemeth E. Lambert. Morbid Memory: People who say I don't appreciate them. "Pug" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '59, Journalism Staff '59, Hi-C Club '58, Journal- ism Staff Typist '59. MARY LOUISE PHARES Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray H. Phares. Morbid Memory: l guess it's better to have loved a TALL, than never to have loved at all. "Mary" was in College Club '58, Future Teachers '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Library Assistants '57, Student Council '59, Thespians '57, '58, '59, Sec- retary ot Thespians '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Y- Teens Cabinet '59, French Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, G.A.A. '58, Dramatics Club '57, "Nobody Sleeps" '57, Honor Society '59. PETER WEIST PHARIS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pharis. Morbid Memory: People who are underdeveloped and overdeveloped in Physics class. "Big Dummy" was in College Club '58, '59, Boys' Baseball '58, '59, Reserve Football '57, Varsity Foot- ball '58, '59, Golf '57, German Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Key Club '57, '58, Footoan Track '58. CONSTANCE LOU PHILLIPS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenard D. Phillips. Morbid Memory: Boys who drive little gray cars and take the longest time to make up their minds. lHi, Bobl "Pert" was in Chorus '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58 '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Patron Staff 59, Y--Teens '57 '58, '59, G.A.A. '57, '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '59, Reveille News Staff Typist '59. KAY FRANCES PHILLIPS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips. Morbid Memory: Those short but wonderful weekendlsl "Pass" was in Chorus '57: College Club '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, Y-Teens 57 '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, G.A.A. '57, '59, Latin Club '58 WILLIAM STANLEY PHILLIPS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Phillips. Morbid Memory: A girl, "Shirley" is tops! lHi, Shirll "Willy" was Room Agent '58. JEROLD ALLEN PICKERING Son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pickering. Morbid Memory: "l like all kinds of girls." HJ C ., MARY LOU PIPER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale C. Piper. . Morbid Memory: People who TINK I like to ride in cars which are stuck in high gear! "Lulu" was in College Club '58, Business Staff '58, Future Teachers '57, '58, Pres- ident of Future Teachers '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Glee Club '57, G.A.A. '58, Dramatics Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, Y-Teens Cabinet '59. DAVID LEE PLACE Son of Mr, and Mrs. Dallas Place. Morbid Memory: Working on Friday night. "Dave" was in A.V.S.C. '59. CHARLES .IUDSON POMEROY Son of Rev, and Mrs. Charles Mt. Pomeroy. Morbid Memory: Girls in general. ".lud" was in Chorus '57, '58, Chorus Librarian '59, French Club '58, '59, Contest Singing-Boys' En- semble, solo '58, Hi-C Club '57, Vice President of Hi-C '57, Dramatics Club '57, "Birthdlay of the ln- fanta '57, "H.M.S. Pinatore" '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, "Onions in the Stew" '58. CONNIE HUGH PORTER Son of Mr. Ralph Porter and the late Mrs. Opal Porter. Morbid Memory: A certain girl who tries to reform me. lHi, Hannyl "Poota" was in D. E. '59, Vice President of D.E. '59, Annual Staff '58, Reveille News Staff '58, Hi-Y '57, Secretary of Hi-Y '57, Speedball '57, '58, Sphinx '59. LARRY ERNEST POTTER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Potter. Morbid Memory: Teachers who give Homework. "Larry" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, Intramural Baseball '57, '58, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JUNE LUCILLE POUND Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pound. Morbid Memory: Sisters who play the piano. "June." BETH ANN POWELL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Powell. Morbid Memory: A certain car named Clyde. "Lizette" was in College Club '57, '58, 59, Music Appreciation '58, Sphinx '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, 59, Les Compains Francais '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, '59. LARRY THOMAS POWELL Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Powell. Morlbid Memory: Working on Friday night. .fpa ,H BENJAMIN LEONARD PRICE Son of Mrs. Thelma Price and the late Leonard Price. Morbid Memory: Chrome-Plated Goggles. "Doc Bop" was in Boys' Volleyball '58. JERRY LEE PRIEST Son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H. Priest. Morbid! Memory: Cramped for time. O, girls with black hair. CHi, Helenl ".lerr" was in Music Appreciation '58, Band '57, '58. JUDITH EILEEN PYLE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pyle. Morbid Memory: It's always Christmas with St. Nick. "Judy" was in Glee Club '57, Math Club '59, Cup a1idbChZucer Club '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, College C u '5 . SUSAN PHYLLIS RADA Dauggter of Mrs. Katherine Rada and the late Bela Ra a. Morbid Memory: People who have one speed and are always late. lHi, Gangl "Sue" was in Future Teachers '58, '59, Treasurer of Future Teachers '59, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Student Council '57, Y-Teens '58, '59, Honor Society '59. LINDA ANN RECHEL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rechel. Morbid Memory: Hey, Sam. Do you want to talk about the two D's? "Lin" was in Band '57, '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Maiorette '57, '58, '59, Head Maiorette '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Band Council '57, '58, '59, Compains Francais '59, '59. KENNETH DALE REED Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Murray. Morbid Memory: Trouble getting homework. "Ken." JUDITH ELLEN REY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Enders. Morbid Memory: People who don't watch the road while driving. "Judy" was in Chorus '57, College Club ,'57, Girls' Basketball '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y-Teens '57, '59, Honor Society '59. WILLIAM HENRY REYNOLDS III Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds. Q Morbid Memory: Women drivers-slow Dodges. "WiffIe" was in Chorus '57, Room Agent '57, '58. THOMAS DALE RICCIARDO Son of Mr. and Mrs. Emilio Ricciardo. Morbid Memory: People who get to school late. "Tom" was in Sphinx '59. .IERRY FOSTER RICHARDS Son of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Richards. M b'd Memory: People who won't believe a guy has reformed. . I Ulfierad Foot" was in Distributive Education '59: Hi-Y '57, '58, Spanish Club 57: French Club '58, '59. JOHN WILLIAM RICHARDS Son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Richards. Morbid Memory: Too many chiefs and not enough Indians. "Bill" was in Distributive Education '59: Hi-Y '57, '58: Treasurer of Hi-Y '58: Sphinx '59: A.V.S.C. '57. RENNY LYNN RICHARDS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Richards. Morbid Memory: Girls that call me Lynn. lHi, Sharonl "Renfro" was in Band '57, '58, '59: Manager '57, '58- President of Band '59. PHILLIP WAYNE RICHCREEK Son of Mrs. Mildred Richcreek and the late Mr. Robert Richcreek. Morbid Memory: "To the office at 8:30: Phil Richcreek." "Phil" was in Band '57, '58, '59: Assistant Drum Maior '58, Head Drum Maior '59: Class President '57, '58, College Club '58: German Club '58, '59, Key Club '58, '59g Cup and Chaucer '59, Orchestra '57: Intramural Baseball '57: Student Council '58, '59, President '59: Honor Society '59. GARY EDWARD RIFFLE Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Riffle. Morbid Memory: Those women drivers should be driven away. "Rif" was in Chorus '57. PATRICIA SUE RILEY Daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Riley and Mr. Donald Riley. Morbid Memory: That long climb to the fourth floor. "Patty" was in Girls' Volleyball '58: Y-Teens '57. LARRY EUGENE RITCHEY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ritchey. Morbid Memory: Mr. Nye. "Porkey" was in Sphinx '59. RALPH ROMAN ROAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roan. Morbid Memory: A crazy car called Clyde and an owner with Many Lost Buttons Roman" was in College Club '57, '58: Vice President of College Club in '57: Stul dent Council '57, '58: Reserve Basketball '57, Speedball '57, German Club '58 '59: Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59: "The Lute Song" '59. BEVERLY ANN ROBERTS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Roberts. Morbid Memory: Early morning Band Rehearsals. "Bev" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58: Music Appreciation '58. STEFANIE CAROLE ROBERTS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Roberts. Morbid Memory: Some of those slumber parties and a certain person that can't seem to make up his mind. lHi, Gangl "Stevie" was in Girls' Basketball '58, '59: Girls' Vol- leyball '57, '58: Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. DWIGHT JERRY ROBINSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson. Morbid Memory: Girls! "Rabi" was in Spanish Club '58, '59. 1 BRENDA KAY ROCKEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Rockey. Morbid Memory: Those long days until June 28, I959. "Kay" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, MELYN DA LEE ROCKEY Daughter of Mr. Harold Rockey. Morbid Memory: People who get good bowling scores. "Lynn'A' was in Band '57, '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Music Appreciation '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Hi-C Club '57, Pep Band '59, G.A.A. '58, Honor Society '59. CAROLYN MAE ROPP Guardian-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zerger. Morbid Memory: People who call me names. lHi, Groupl "Simon" was in Y-Teens '57, Patron Staff '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '59, G.A.A. '58. WILLIAM WESLEY ROSE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Rose. Morbid Memory: Girls who can't make up their mind. "Rosie" was in Distributive Education '59, A.V.S.C. '57. WILLIAM KENNON SAAD Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Saad. Morbid Memory: Man, you bug me. "Happy" was in College Club '58, Sphinx '59, Spanish Club '58, '59. SANDRA ELANOR SCAFFIDE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scaffide. Morbid' Memory: Talking about the two D's! Hey, Lin, look at those cows. Wait a minute-where are you going? Oh, no, not again! Let's hope those potato chips are gone! "Sandy" was in Band '57, '58, '59, Secretary of Band '57, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Maiorette '59, Band Council '59, Dramatics Club '57. GARY KEITH SCHEFFER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Scheffer. Morbid Memory: Teachers that make you get into your homerooms. "Gary" was in Band '57, '58, A.V.S.C. '57, '58, '59. JULIA ANNETTE SCHENK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenk. Morbid Memory: Fats Domino is okay for some-but tor me, Lil Richards is the one." "Schenkles" was in College Club '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Chorus '57, Future Teachers Club '57, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '59, Jour- nalism Staff '59, Patron Staff '58, '59, Radio Club '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Gym Leaders '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Dramatics Club '57. GARY EDWIN SCOTT Son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Scott. Morbid Memory: Those Saturday nights when my car won't start. "Zum" was in Intramural Basketball '57, Speedball '57. MELVIN THOMAS SCOTT Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Scott. Morbid' Memory: No morbidness in my life. ..MeI.,. SUSAN BARBARA SCOTT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Scott. Morbid Memory: People who don't get mad. "Susie" was in College Club '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '58, '59, Chorus '57, '58, Future Teachers Club '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Patron Staff '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Les Compains Francias '58, '59, President of Les Compains Francais '59, Dramatics Club '57, Honor Society '59 JUDITH BEA SENFF Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Senff. Morbid Memory: My Chaperone. lHi, Kipperl "Judy" was in Business Staff '59, Chorus-'57, College Club '59, Future Teachers '59, Girls' Basketball- '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Music Appreciation '59, Patron Staff '59, Room Agent '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Dramatics Club '57. CHARLES CLIFTON SHANNON Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shannon. Morbid Memory: Fully faithful friends are rare finds. "CharIie." ROBERT FRANKLIN SHEETS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheets Morbid Memory: KASONOVA KAISER KIIJOY. "Bob was in Chorus '59, Speedball '58, '59, Sphinx Chaucer '59. SALLY ANN SHIELDS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shield's. Morbid Memory: Can't decide whether I'm h'Andover heels with steak or Oranges. "Sal" was in Business Staff '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, G.A.A. '57, '58, '59, Music Appreciation '59, Patron Staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Spanish Club '58, '59. JOAN DONNA SHINN Daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Shinn. Morbid Memory: Those crowded halls and getting to class on time. "Joanie" was in Chorus '57, Girls' Volleyball '58, Y- Teens '57. DON EARLE SHIPLEY Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shipley. Morbid Memory: I hate people. "Don." JOHN WILLIAM SHOULTS Son ot Mr. and Mrs. Delber Shoults. Morbid Memory: Having to share my Mad Comic books '59, Track '59, Cup and with girls. "Dead Man" was in Distributive Education '59, Room Agent '59. JAMES LEE SHRINER Son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Shriner. Morbid Memory: He who learns more and more about less and' less knows nothing about everything. "Jimmy Lee" was in Hi-Y '58, '59, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Intramural Basketball '59, Reserve Foot- ball '57, Varsity Football '58, JACK ROGER SHUMAKER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Shumaker. Morbid Memory: People who think my next-door neighbor is my sister. Remember-love thy neigh- bor as thyself. "Jocko" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Annual Staff '57 ,'58, '59, Editor of Annual '59, Reveille News Staff '57, '58, Boys Baseball '57, '58, '59, Reserve Football '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, Thespians '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sophomore Class Play '57, "Onions in the Stew" '57, "Lute Song" '59, N Club '59, Football Track '57, '58. JAMES DEE SIMKINS Son of Mrs. Mila Staggers and James Simkins. Morbid Memor : Cheerleaders who drive to the N.C Basketball Gamesll Y . "Blondie" was in Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. DICK LEE SKEES Son of Mr. and Mrs. Llo d Skees y . Morbid Memory: To a dame called "Peggie." I couldn't help it. Us k .,, quee s JOHN REID SKINNER Son of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn G. Skinner. Morbid Memory: A united' world is, not impossible- those who say it would fail have noAproof. "John" was in Business Staff '59, College Club '59, Journalism Staff '59, Music Appreciation '59, Sales Organization '57, Sphinx '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. DAVID LEE SMITH . Son of Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Smith. Morbid Memory: School until 4:00 p.m. "Dave"' was in Camera Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, German Club '58, '59, Vice President of German Club '59, Math Club '58, 59, Astronomy Club '57, '58, '59, President of Astronomy Club '57, '58, Science Club '57, '58, '59, Student Council '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. 00 JAMES ARNOLD SMITH Son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith. Morbid Memory: People who say we make "keys" in Key Club. "Smitty" was in Student Council '59, College Club '58, '59, Room Agent '58, '59, Reserve Football Manager '57, Varsity Football Manager '57, '58, German Club '58, '59, Class Vice President '57, Key Club '57, '58, '59, Treasurer of Key Club '58, President of Key Club '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. MARY ALYCE SMITH Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith. Morbid Memory: Hurry up and wait. "Martzie" was in French Club '58, '59, College Club '58, '59, Band' "57, '58, '59, Business Staff '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. PATRICIA MAE SMITH Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Glasrneier. Morbid Memory: Days with only 24 hours. "Patty" was in Debate '57, Music Appreciation '59, College Club '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Math Club '59, Secretary of Math Club '59, Honor Soci- ety '59. RICHARD VERNON SNELLING Son of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Snelling. Morbid Memory: Some coach who insists on his play- ers keeping training rules. "Dick" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Reserve Foot- ball '57, Varsity Football '58, '59, "N" Club '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Intramural Baseball '58, '59. HAROLD NORMAN SNOW, JR. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Snow. Morbid Memory: Don't do today what you can do tomorrow. "Hal" was in College Club '58, '59, Reveille News Staff '59, Room Agent '57, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Key Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. MICHAEL CHARLES SNYDER Son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Snyder. Morbid Memory: Long Russian vocabularies. "Mike" was in College Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. JULIA MARIE SOUCEK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Soucek. Morbid' Memory: A sister who doesn't know her clothes from mine. "Julia" was in Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, French Club 58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, G.A.A. '58, College Club '58, '59. ROBERTA JEAN SPANGLER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spangler. Morbid Memory: Some people like EASTern rivers, but for me it's a WESTBROOK. lHi, Dickl "Bobbi" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57. FRIEDA JANICE SPEAKS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Speaks. Morbid Memory: People who spell my name wrong. "Giggles" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57. DAVID REES SPERRY Son of Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Sperry. Morbid Memory: "The Green Latrine." "Doc" was in College Club '58, Key Club '58, '59, French Club '59, Reserve Foot- ball Manager '57, Room Agent '57, Science Club '57, Varsity Baseball Manager '57, Cup andl Chaucer Club '59, Co-Ed Volleyball '59. ARLENE KAY SPIKER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Spiker. Morbid Memory: Long weeks and short weekends. lHi Jerryll "Spike" was in Music Appreciation '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. CHARLENE KAY STALNAKER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Stalnaker. Morbid Memory: Wow, those Kroger Boysl lHi, Dickl Char" was in D. E. '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Sphinx '58, '59- JANET FAYE STAUFFER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stauffer. Morbid Memory: Those who fall in Love's Pit, find' it hard to climb out. . "Susie" was in Chorus '57, Business Staff '57, '58, '59, Journalism Staff '59, Music Appreciation '58, Patron Staff '58, 59, Y-Teens '57, '58, JAYNE STEINER Daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Steiner. Morbid Memory: Trying to stand up on icy sidewalks. lHi, Kerni "Jaynie" was in Future Teachers '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '57, '58, '59, Chorus '57, College Club '58, '59, German Club '58, '59, Secretary of German Club '58, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Patron Staff '59, Y-Teens 57, 58, 59, Treasurer of Y-Teens '59, Cup and Chaucer '59, G.A.A. '58. RUTH ANN STRAWN Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Strawn. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Ruthie" or "Ruthie Annie" and also falling and getting floor burns while skating. lHi, Gangj "Ruthann" was in Distributive Education '59, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Intramural Volleyball '58. STEPHAN NIEL STREET Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Street. Morbid Memory: Blessed are those who go around in circles for they shall be known as Big Wheels. "Pinky." CONNIE SUE STRICKER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Stricker. Morbid' Memory: Thase p.D.A. laws are Very trying at timEs. "Connie" was in Student Council '57, Library Assistants '58, '59, College Club '57, '58, '59, Chorus '57, Reveille News Staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '58, Business Staff '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, German Club '57, '58, '59, Radio Club '57, Future Teachers Club '57, '58, '59, G.A.A. '57, '58, '59, Assistant News Editor '59, Library Club '59, President Library Club '59, Patrons Staff '58, "59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. KAROL STROTHER Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strother. Morbid Memory: I don't want any change, I iust want one "Bill." "Karol" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59. SAUNDRA LEE STROUSE Daughter of Mrs. Doris Strouse. Morbid Memory: Aladdin may have his magic lamp, but I still have my GEN-il "Strousie" was in Student Council '59, Treasurer of Student Council '59, College Club '58, '59, Chorus '57, Reveille News Staff '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Secretary of Y-Teens '58, Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '59, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Patron Staff '58, '59. NANCY LOUISE STURM Daughter of Mr. Waldo C. Sturm. Morbid Memory: Those long minutes of waiting when never there on time. lHi Ya, Pee Weej "Apache" was in Y-Teens '57, '58. SUELLEN SUTPHEN Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William R, Sutphen. Morbid Memory: Jack Fulton. "Stuffie" was in Business Staff '57, Chorus '57, College Club '58, '59, Girls' Bas ketball '58, Co-Ed' Volleyball '59, .lournalism Staff 59, Patron Staff '57, Radio Club '57, Room Agent '57, Student Council '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Gym Leaders Club '58, '59, Secretary-Treasurer '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59 Honor Society. '59. BETH ANN SWAN Daughter of M-r. and Mrs. Theodore R. Swan. Morbid Memory: A certain person who calls me woman instead of Beth "Swanee" was in Band '58, '59, Y-Teen '57, LORNA KAY SWART Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Swart. Morbid Memory: Good friends of my brother who think of me as "Sis" instead of "Miss." "Lorna" was in College Club '57, '58 '59, Chorus '57, Annual Staff '58, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Business Staff '57, '58, Reveille Review Staff '58, '59, ed- itor of Reveille Review '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, '59, Patrons Staff '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx '59, Radio Club '57, '58, Future Teachers '57, '58. AARON EUGENE SWARTZ Son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Swartz. Morbid Memory: Some people like beaches because they're handy, but me, I like them because they're SANDY. ISTROUSE-that ist "Hound Dog" was in "N" Club '58, '59, Track '57, '58, '59, Varsity Football '57, '58, '59. JAMES ALBERT TAGGART Son of Mr. and Mrs. lawrence Taggart, Morbid Memory: Those trips at the white house. lHi, Robertal uhm.. RONALD EDWIN TAGGART Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Taggart. Morbid Memory: lts so keen when playing with "Machine." "Rat" was in Co-Ed Volleyball '59, intramural Baseball '57, Radio Club '57, Room Agent '57, '58. LARRY ARNOLD TAYLOR Son of Mr. Monford V. Taylor and Betty J. Taylor. Morbid Memory: People who go steady and girls who put up with boys who are constantly in a bad mood. lHi, Sylviai "Tail" was in Reserve Football '57, Sphinx '59. GEORGIA ANN TEAL Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. W. W. Boyer. Morbid Memory: People that call be Schultzy. Hi, Phil, or is it Bill? "Ge Ge" was in Music Appreciation '58, Pep Band '58, Chorus '57, '59, Band '57 '58, '59, Reveille Review Staff 59, Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Girls' Baseball '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, Senior En- semble '57, '59, while at Hebron she was in G.A.A. t '57, Chorus '57, Ensemble '57, Girls' Baseball '57, Q Girls' Basketball '57, Girls' Volleyball '57, Band '57. BLANCHE EARNESTINE TERRY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Holliday. Morbid Memory: The way to be seen is to stand up, the way to be heard is to speak up, and the way to be appreciated is to shut up. ee." GWEN ELIZABETH THROPP Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Thropp. Morbid Memory: "And therefore it was well said, that it is impossible to love and to be wise." Cookie" was in Music Appreciation '58, Y-Teens '57, '59, Business Staff '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '58, '59 Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Patron Staff '58, '59, G.A.A. '57, '58, 59. ALAN WILLIAM TIPKA Son of Mr. and Mrs. William N. Tipka. Morbid Memory: The American school system is all right!! "Alan" was in College Club '58, '59, Varsity Debate '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, President of Honor Society '59. THOMAS WAYNE TOOTHMAN Son of Mrs. Doris Peck and Robert Lee Toothman. Morbid Memory: Trying to dance with short girls. Rubberlegs" was in Golf '57, '58, '59, Sales Organ- ization '57, Spanish Club '58, '59. WILLIAM FRANKLIN TOOTHMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Toothman. Morbid Memory: People who call me Tom. "Bill" was in Debate '57, '58, '59, Sphinx '59, French Club '58, '59. PATRICIA ANN TOSCANO Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Toscano. Morbid Memory: A certain neat blondle in a certain neat Chevie convertible that is so far away and yet so near. lHi, Davei "Pattyf Ann" was in German Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Reveille Review Sta '59. MARION LEWIS TRIPP Son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Tripp. Morbid' Memory: Milkshakes that aren't thick! "Tom" was in College Club '59, Chorus '57, Band '57, '58, '59, Treasurer of Band '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. THOMAS ROBERT TROUT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trout. Morbid Memory: l think everyone's favorite "fish" should be TROUT. "Fish" was in College Club '58,' Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Math Club '59. JOSEPH EDWARD TUCKER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Tucker. Morlzfd Memory: People who call me "Do Do," Bang. "Luc ." MARY ROBERTA TWINEM Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Twinem. Morbid Memory: Brothers! Also those trips to Perrysburg. lHi, Judiel "Twin-num" was in Student Council '58, '59, Music Appreciation '58, '59, Col- lege Club '57, '58, '59, Chorus '57, Reveille Review Staff '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, '58, 59, Business Staff '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '59, Vice President of Y-Teens '57, Treasurer of Junior Class '58, President of Y-Teens '59, Patron Staff '58, '59, Cup and' Chaucer Club '59. LARRY LEE URBAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Urban. Morbid' Memory: People who worry too much. "Herbie" was in Student Council '59, Vice President of Student Council '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Var- sity Basketball '58, '59, Cross Country Squad '58, Track Squad '58, '59, Speedball '57, '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, "N" Club '58, '59, Key Club '59. LOUIS CHRIS VAIA Son of Mrs. Pauline Vaia. Morbid Memory: People who call me "Vicious." "Lou" was in Varsity Football '58, '59, Reserve Foot- ball '57. MARY PATRICIA VARGO Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vargo. Morbid Memory: Now l know how a sardine feels every time I go to my locker. "Patty" was in Music Appreciation '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59' Colle e Club '57 '58 f 9 1 t '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Sphinx '59. PHILIP FOSDICK VAUGHN Son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Vaughn. Morbid Memory: Teachers who keep trying to keep me awake in study hall. "P Vine" was Artist for Annual '58, '59, Reveille Review Staff '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. SANDRA LEA VAUGHN Daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Roy A. Vaughn. Morbid Memory: Those long rides home on the bus and those short Sunday afternoons. People who are always calling me Shorty. "Sandy" was in Chorus '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, Girls' Volleyball '58, "H,M.S. Pinafore" '58, Choir 57, '58, 59. GARY FRANK VERMILION Son of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Vermilion. Morbid Memory: "I give up, what is it?" "Verrnin" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Sphinx '59, Hi-Y '58, at Thornville High School, Reserve Basket- ball '57, Varsity Basketball '57. JOYCE ANN VERMILION Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Vermilion. Morbid Memory: People who won't do their homework. lHi, Pauliel "Joycie" was in G.A.A. '58, '59, Y-Teens '59, Dramatics '57, Thespians '58, '59, greasureggof Thespians '59, "Nobody Sleeps" '57, "Mrs. McThing" '58, "Lute ong . CHARLES HENRY VOGELMEIER Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Vogelmeier. Morbid Memory: l dislike single women. lHi, Nancyl "Charlie" was in Boys' Basketball '56. GERTRUDE LOUISE VREDENBURG Daughter of Mr. Donald C. Vredenburg and the late Mrs. O. Vredenburg. Morbid Memory: People who say I talk funny! "Trudy" was in Y-Teens '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, At St. Helena's in New York, "Trudy" was in Horseback Riding Club '57, '58, Art Club '58, Soft- ball argg Volleyball Intramurals '57, '58, French Club '57, ' . BRENDA JOYCE WADDELL Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waddell. Morbid Memory: People who say I have a funny laugh. You know l don't. "Waddle" was in College Club '58, '59, G.A.A. '58, '59, Y-Teens '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '59, Future Teachers '58, '59, French Club '58, '59, Treasurer of French Club '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, at Ventura Senior High in California, "Waddle" was in Youth for Christ '57, Future Teachers '57, Latin Club '57, Y-Teens '57, G.A.A. '57. RAYMOND LENNOX WALKER, JR. Son of Mr. Raymond L. Walker and the late Mrs. Walker. gllorbid Memory: People that ask me how I wreck the car and then tell me I can't rrve. "Cappy" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club '57, '58, '59, President of College Club '59, Boys' Baseball '58, Reserve Basketball Manager '57, Varsity Basketball Manager '58, '59, A.V.S.C. Club '58, Vice President of A.V.S.C. '58, Cup and Chaucer Club '59 RICHARD JEFFERSON WALLACE Son of Mr. and Mrs. Richarcll Wallace. Morbid Memory: Being Mr. Rose's favorite furrier-specializing in custom made athletic equipment. "Wally Walrus" was in Camera Club '58, '59, A.V.S.C. '57, '58, '59, Table Tennis Tournament '59. LARRY RHYNE WATSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Watson. Morbid Memory: Having school until 4:00. larry" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, College Club SHALMIR ADELE WATSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson. Morbid' Memory: Spinning around in the center of Mt. Vernon Road in a car full of scared, giggling maiorettes. "Shalm" was in Student Council '59, Music Appre- ciation '58, College Club '58, '59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Band '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58, '59, Girls' Volleyball '58, '59, Mariorette '58, '59, Glee Club '59, G.A.A. '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Band Council '58, '59, French Club '58, '59, Segretary of the French Club '58, Class Treas- urer '5 . CHARLES LARRY WELLS Son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wells. Morbid Memory: Girls standing on the stairway talking. "Charlie." RAY ELBERT WHITEMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whiteman. Morbid: Memory: To the wonderful shop class. lHello, Menl "MumbIes" was in A.V.S.C. '57, '58, '59, BRADLEY JO WILLIAMS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams. Morbid Memory: Garages that get in the way of my car, and Blabbermouths. "Brad" was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58, '59, Key Club '57, "N" Club '57, '58, '59, Reserve Basket- ball '57, Reserve Football '57, Student Council '57, Track '57, '58, '59, Varsity Football '57, '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, SAUNDRA JEAN WILLIAMS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville L. Williams. Morbid' Memory: People who call me Sandy. "Sandy" was in Hi-C Club '58. BARBARA ANN WILSON Daughter of Mrs. F. J. Wilson. Morbid' Memory: Getting up so early. lHi, Gangl "Barb" was in Girls' Basketball '57, '58, Y-Teens '57, '58. KYLE ZINN WILSON Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson. Morbid Memory: Those re-entry slips. "Kyle.' SHIRLEY LOU WILSON Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilson. Morbid Memory: Guess l'll never understand the way grown ups do things. CTempersl "Eyes" was in Band '57, '58, '59. .IANET MARIE WINLAND ISHEETSI Daughter of Mir. and Mrs. Paul Winland. Morbid Memory: Some people prefer covers but I prefer "Sheets." lHi, Dannyl "Jan' was in Band '57, '59, Chorus '57, Girls' Basket- ball '57, Girls' Volleyball '57, Y-Teens '57, At Hanover Toboso High "Jan" was in Band '58, Chorus '58, Class Poet '58, Office Help '58. DARLENE SUE WISENER Daughter of Mrs. William McCandlish. Morbid Memory: Watching and waiting for the mailman. "Dar" was in Y-Teens '57. RICHARD DEAN WOLEVER Son of Mr. andl Mrs. Clarence Wolever. Morbid Memory: Patricia. "Dick" was in Reserve Football '57, Cup and Chaucer Club '59. RICHARD EUGENE WOLFE Son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wolfe. Morbid Memory: People that stand and talk in the middle of the halls. "Dick" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Science Club '57, Hi-Y Club '57. ROBERT BRUCE WOOD Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wood. Morbid Memory: Passengers who complain about my parallel parking. "Bruce" was in Music Appreciation '58, Annual Staff '57, '58, Student Council '58, Science Club '57, Vice President of Science Club '57, College Club '58, Re- veille Review Staff '57, '58, '59, Room Agent '57, Thespians '59, Vice President of Thespians '59, Math Club '59, German Club '58, '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Radio Club '57, '58, Vice President of Radio Club '58, "The Whole Town's Talking" '58. PHYLLIS ANN WOODWARD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woodward. Morbid Memory: Those long weeks and short, short weekends. "Phil" was in Reveille Review Staff 59, Y-Teens '57, '58, '59, Girls' Basketball '58 Dramatics Club '57, Hi-C Club '58, Honor Society '59. NANCY CAROLYN WOODYARD Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon G. Woodyard. Morbid Memory: Some people like a broom, I prefer a "Hoover." lHi, Larryl "Nanc" was in Chorus '59, Future Homemakers '59, at Granville High "Nanc' was in Y-Teens '57, '58, Chorus '57, '58, Library Assistants '57, Stage Crew '57 Future Homemakers '57, '58, Girls' Volleyball '57, '58, Girls' Basketball '57, '58 Intramural Basketball '57, Intramural Volleyball '57. JAMES RICHARD WOOLARD Son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Woolard. Morbid Memory: Those cold bus rides on Friday night. "George" was in Spanish Club '58, '59, Varsity Bas- ketball '59, Speedball '59, Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Honor Society '59. THOMAS CARL WORTMAN Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wortman. Morbid Memory: Hi, Dolfl "Tank" was in Latin Club '58, '59, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Varsity Basket- ball '58, '59, Varsity Football '57, '58, '59, Track Squad' '57, '58, '59, CAROL ANN WRIGHT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. wright. Morbid Memory: That yellow and white '56 Ford. "Carol" was in Y-Teens '57, '58. DAVID FRANCIS WRIGHT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wright. Morbid Memory: Splinters and Zunts. lHi, Scottj "Meatball" was in Student Council '57, Key Club '57, '58, '59, "N" Club '57, '59 Cup and Chaucer Club '59, Speedball '57, '58, '59, Reserve Basketball '57, Vari sity Basketball '58, '59, Boys' Baseball '57, '58, 59. JAMES HARRY WRIGHT Son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wright. Morbid Memory: Midnight fires. Joy! "Jim" was in A.V.S.C. '57, '58, '59, Choir '57, '58, '59, Thespians '57, '58, '59. YVONNE CECILE YOCKEY Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Yockey. Morbid Memory: People who don't know how to spell my name. "Vonnie" was in Chorus '57, Y-Teens '57, '58, ' Girls' Volleyball '58. 1 CLASS CLASS CLASS CLASS NICHOLAS ANTHONY ZARAS Son of Mr. andl Mrs. Anthony N. Zaras. Morbid Memory: Short basketball trips. "Zunt" was in Intramural Baseball '57, '58, '59p Reserve Basketball Manager '57g Varsity Basketball Manager '58, '5'-77 Speedball '57, '59p Key Club '59p "N" Club '58, '59p 'Cup and Chaucer Club '59p Varsity Baseball '57. LINDA CAROL ZELLAR Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Zellar. Morbid Memory: That GAIL really swept me off my feet. "Linda" was in College Club '58, '59g Chorus '57g Y-Teens '57, '58, '59p Girls' Bas- ketball '58g Future Teachers '57, '58, '59p Cup and Chaucer Club '59y Math Club '59g Y-Teens Secretary '59p G.A.A. '58, '59g Y-Teens Cabinet '59g Honor So- ciety '59, DAVID LEE ZIPPERER Son of Mrs. Albert S. Wandler. Morbid Memory: Teachers that won't let you talk in study hall and homework. uzip ff Not Pictured RICHARD DWIGHT WILLS Son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Wills CENER L T TI TICS OF THE CLASS CF 1959 COLORS-Violet and White FLOWER-White Orchid MoTTo-We have committed the Golden Rule to memoryg let us now commit it to life. ENROLLMENT--AS of Mid-March, 370. PNDERCLFISSMEN V YYYV VY 1 J UN 1011 CLASS OFFICEIQS Dick Bibart, presidenf Clyde Bartlett, vice-president Gary Debevoise, Treasurer Carolyn Toothaker, secrerary Row I Raw 1 Ruth Acton I Richard Boder Edris Adams Nl0llY Bodoh William Adams Richard Boerstler Row 2 Row 2 pbn Anderson Walter Bolton Linda Anderson Sandra Bonham Ronald Anderson Alice Bonner Row 3 Row 3 William Anderosn William Booher Alfred Ando Charles Bowers .l0l'lI"l Artkele Don Bowers RGW 4 Row 4 Jane Ankrum Rgddy Bowman Janet Ankrum Chuck Boyd Lois Armstrong Judirh Boyer Row 5 Row 5 Patricia Arnold Carl Braddock MafllYn Ash James Braden Leonard Baker Bart Bradley Row 6 Rgw 6 5l't6I'0t'I Baker Gerald Brenhiser 5lWefYl Hamel' 'Ross Bromberg Karessa Bare Guy Brown Row 7 Rgw 7 Judie Barrett Thomas Brumage Clyde Barlleif Barbara Bryson Alvena Bates Linda Buckey Row 8 Row 8 Janet Baumgartner Virginia Bull Carol Beeney Elmer Buris Saundra Bell Kay Bush Row 9 Row 9 Pauline Bennett Lloyd Berger Elaine Callan Horace Campbell Margaret Bevard Larry Carver Row 10 Row 10 Richard Bibart Peggy Chapman Loretta Billman Charles Clark Frances Black Sonya Clark Row 'l'I Row 'l'I Edward Blaho Sandy Cline Patricia Blair Michael Cochran Marsha Blizzard Loyal Cochran 59 l ,. ,er X. .,: " .f -'f 'f 1 - i 1, ff- vs., .B 2-jg - W ' ,sw r xg . ,. 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Row I Merritts Robert Milhoan Lynn Miller Jerry Row 2 Roy Allen Miller Roy Eugene Miller Shirleen Mink Row 3 Louis Mitchell Philip Mitchell Janet Monroe Row 4 Wayne Monroe Carl Moore Jerry Moore Row 5 Maureen Moore Urimay Moran Carole Darlene Morgan Row 6 Carol Joanne Morgan Lowell Morgan William Morgan Row 7 Suzanne Morris Thomas Morrison Judith Mullenix Row 8 Roseann Mummey Jerry Myers Mildred Myers Row 9 Robert Myers George Nalepa David Nelson Row 10 Dennis Nelson Robert Nelson Gloria Nethers Row 'Il Harry Nethers Lynda Nethers Della Nice Not Pictured Loretta Nash Row 'l Judith Nichols Daphine Norman Ella Faye Row 2 Carol Oftenbaker Harold Ogilbe Pamela Row 3 Norma Osborne Norris 6 Oliver Sue Overturf Gwendolyn Row 4 Phil Painter Robert Palm Mary Row 5 Larry Peck Judith Peck Jack Row 6 Adria Perrin Larry Phillips Owen Payne Penick Phil Pierson Row 7 Dian Pope Thomas Postle Mary Jane Row 8 Judy Pound John Powell Potter Danny Predmore Row 9 Richard Price Brian Priest David Prior Row 10 Joan Prior Barbara Pritt Rebecca Row 'l'I Donna Ramsey Mildred Ramse Charles Not Pictured Kathy Nolan Dennis Ode Quast Y Ratliff Row 1 Judy Rauck Linda Rauck Mary Lou Redman Row 2 Robert Redman Kristen Ree Lynne Reed Row 3 Betty Lou Retherford David Rian Jerry Riccardo Row 4 Judy Rice Kenny Rice James Richards Row 5 Judy Richardson Susan Richardson Tom Richardson Row 6 Judith Ridge Sandra Rine Susan Roan Row 7 Dale Roberts Sharon Roberts Patricia Robison Row 8 Sandy Rodgers Margaret Roof Norma Russell Row 9 Larry Dale Ruton Kenneth Rutter James Saunders Row 'IO Harriet Saxton Charles Scaffide George Sceurman Row 'I'I Larry Schwartz Brooke Seckel Earline Sellers Not Pictured Robert Riffle Fay Saum Ray Seaman Row 'I Linda Sessor Sally Shaffer Bev Shaner Row 2 Harry Shannon Jane Shannon Juanita Shannon Row 3 Vivian Shannon Linda Shoemaker Wendell Shonebarger Row 4 Mildred Shrider Nancy Shubirg Jacqueline Siegel Row 5 Joan Simpson Yvonne Skidmore Jane Skinner Row 6 Susan Skinner James Slane Sally Slay Row 7 Charles Smith Edward Smith Marilyn Smith Row 8 Shirley Smith William Smith William Smucker Row 9 Bernard Snow William Snyder Margaret Sprague Row 'IO Shirley Stalter James Stanforth Cecil Steele Row 'Il Frank Stemm William Stevens Louis Stickle 73 Judy Row I Stoneburner Gerald Storer Donna Storey Row 2 Dorothy Story Michael Straud Phillip Strear Row 3 Roger Sturman Patricia Sullivan Carol Sue Suratt Row 4 Richard Swank Helen Swartz Linda Swartz Row 5 Max Swartz Antoinette Taylor Charlotte Taylor Row 6 Connie Taylor Joe Taylor Tim Taylor Row 7 Betty Thompson Carole Thompson Row I Eddie Thompson Edwin Thompson Larry Thompson Row 2 Eugene Thompson David Tiede Theodore Tower Row 3 Barbara Trickey Vicki Trimble Lois Tronstein Row 4 Marie Tucker Roberta Tucker Patsy Turner Row 5 April Van Gilder Patricia Vaughn Sally Vaughn Row 6 Susan Van Voorhis Shannon Van Wey Richard Varner Row 7 Patti Varner Larry Vermillion Row I Row l Myrna Vermillion Douglas Williams Cornelius Vick Lorraine Williams Donald Villers Judy Wilson Row 2 Row 2 Barbara Walker Mariorie Wilson David Ware Sandra Wilson Gene Warman Sally Wilson Row 3 Row,,3 Shirley Warner Ronald Wise Gary Waters Marilyn Wolfe James Waters Rosemary Wolfle Row 4 Row 4 Jerry Watson Katherine Wolford Daniel Weakly Joyce Woody Michael Weed Anita Woodyard Row 5 Row 5 Tom Weimer Charlotte Workman Emmett Wells Aetoila Wright Ronald Wetzel Richard Young Row 6 Row 6 Charles Wltife George Zabel Roberta White Linda Zesiger Judy Wildman Victoria Zieske Row 7 Row 7 Dale Wiley David Clark Daniel Wilken Rlck Evans Kathy Nolan BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL CHARLES F. GARD Principal of Beniamin Franklin School A.B., Denison Unxverslty M.A., The Ohio State Un' 'Ty RUTH MILLER Clerk Physical Education At Franklin From left to right in foreground-Mr. Feightner, Ronnie Farquhar, and Mike Arnold. In back, Harry McDonald, John New- land, Donald and Zonald Martin, Bill Crothers, Joe Hamm, Robert Campbell, Robert McFarlane, .Iohn Hammond, Dick Hirst, Danny Gartner, Ricky Osborn, Carl Eshelman, Boby Watson, Walter Arnold, Steve Harper, Dick Holmes, Billy Donnett, and Jack Sherman. The above picture is an example of a phase of the physical education program as it is being taught in the junior highs in Newark Public Schools. With the emphasis on physical fitness as prescribed at the recent White House Conference, physical education in the city is trying to ready the youth of today for the rigors of living in the atomic age. Not only is wrestling a good conditioner, but a valuable carry-over sport for future high school and college days. With the completion ot our new high school, wrestling could very well become another important part of our inter-scholastic program. Row 'I Row 'I Sharson Kay Anthony Terry Foreman Cherloe Ann Bachman James Gordon Johnny Baker Richard Grave Row 2 Row 2 Linda Bell Glenn Hall Clifford Bendure Nancy Gartless Ralph Blancheiie Arnold Hatfield Row 3 Row 3 James Bone Daniel Hay Gerald Braunbeck David Hay Terry Brooks Diana Hayes Row 4 Row 4 Terry Brunner Carl Heffley Ronald Butler Karen Helms Constance Clark David Hinkelman Row 5 Row 5 Patricia Clawson Donald Holler Sarah Danielson Richard Holler Sharon Davis Virginia Holley Row 6 Row 5 Patricia Dunlap Roberla Howell Lonnie Edgell Barbara Jones Robert Edwards Carol -l'-mes Rgw 7 ROW 7 Marlene Ellis Woodrow Jones Donna Fadley Vemon Kidd Forrest Fairlourn Jack KnePPe" Row 8 Row 8 Linda Sue Feuerriegel Karen Eggsellfeny Beverlynlglllig Fogk Darrell Lafferty Nol Pictured No! Pictured Anna Edwards Clarence Galiher Row 'I Richard Loudermilk James McClain Gifford McClain Row 2 Dorothy McLaughlin John Maharg lva Marise Row 3 Charles Martin Cary Miller Gary Miller Row 4 John Miller Saundra Miller Sue Monroe Row 5 Linda Moran Fred Morehead Richard Mount Row 6 Allen Neighbarger Patricia Osborn Larry Overby Row 7 Billy Parker Karen Priest Elizabeth Queen Row 8 Edward Saad Helen Saxton Daniel Scanlon Row 'I Judee Schaller Charlotte Scheffler Diane Scheffler Row 2 Sandra Seaman Roland Shaner Judith Shannon Row 3 Gerald Shonebarger Sally Shubirg James Six Row 4 Robert Six Bruce Smith Larry Smith Row 5 Russell Smith Gene Smithberger Ralph Spangler Row 6 James Stargell Marsha Swick Gerald Tripp Row 7 David Vermillion Ronald Waddell Thomas Waters Row 8 Beverll Wickham Charles Woltz Mary Yaus Row 9 Donna Zimmerman Not Pictured Richard Sickles Mariorie Webb WOODROW WILSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL E. H. HECKLEMAN Principal of Woodrow Wilson School A.B., Ohio Wesleyan University M.A., The Ohio State Univ ity PAULINE HECKLEMAN Clerk INTRAMU RAL PROGRAM Front row left to right-Jim Kennedy, Tom Newman, Bernard Frey, Mike Dyer Jim Buckey Standing left to right-Mrs. Charles Earllart, Tom Forgrave, Jim White, David Lee Roger McFarland Mgr Roger Powell, Homeroorn teams are organized and coached by Vasrity boys. Girls in the homeroom prepare and lead their room in cheers for their team. Championships for the 7th, 8th and 9th grade are determined and th-e winner of the 7th and 8th grade championship game play the 9th champions for the School Championship. This year Mr Earhart's 9th grade champions won the School Championship. This program offers many boys and girls in the school an opportunity to par- ticipate in an athletic program. Spirit runs high and -every one in the school enjoys a healthful recreational program confined to the school alone. Following the regular basketball season each year a basketball tournament is held at Wilson School for all boys who have not participated in the sport during the season. Row 'I Judy Acord Danny Anco Nancy Anderson Row 2 Sue Anderson Connie Arick Richard Arick Row 3 Jerry Armentrout June Arnold Darlene Barr Row 4 Karen Bausman Allen Beatty Geb Besanceney Row 5 Nicky Bishop Jeff Bostick Barbara Boyd Raw 6 Sara Braffett Sharon Bromberg Jane Brown Row 7 Larry Brown James Buckey David Burt Row 8 Karen Campbell Ronnie Campbell Cheralyn Clark Row 9 Carol Crebs Bonnie Cullins I Tom Dawson Row 'I0 James Dorn Not Pictured Sarah Bailey Gail Butts Row 1 Paul Dugall Mary Ann Dunlap Mike Dyer Row 2 William Elliott Jim Fluharty Tom Forgrave Row 3 Bernard Frye Willis Gatrell ' Janice Gatten Row 4 Dwight Gibson David Goss Susan Green Row 5 Vicki Hartman Wendy Hewitt Marilyn Hivnor Row 6 William Hollar Daren Hoover Robert Howarth Row 7 Stuart Huffman Roy Hunkins Julie Hupp Row 8 Diana lrwin Anne Jackson Ronald Jenkins Row 9 Mickey Johnson Jim Kennedy Georgeann Koman Row I0 Karen Krebs Not Pictured Steve Gall Darlene Hughes Row 'I Kathy Kreider Barbara Lafgace David Lee Row 2 Roger Lehman .Linda Leslie Judy Lloyd Row 3 Carole Ludwig James Lukasko James Meacham Row 4 John Montgomery Gay Morgan Sharon Moyer Row 5 Max Mullis Gary Myers Charles Mc,Cartney Row 6 June McClain James McCullough Rebecca McFarland Row 7 Roger McFarland Pat McKenna Wallace McLaughlin Row 8 Carol Mclean Tom Newman Edwin Ogilbee Row 9 Marianne Orr Donna Parsons Anna Petericonis Row I0 Jeff Peterson Row I Donald Pitman Marcus Pomeroy Judy Posey Row 2 Rodger Powell James Pyle Richard Reid Row 3 Jeffery Richcreek Louis Rico Ronald Schenk Row 4 Sheryl Schneider Donna Shaw Victoria Shelton Row 5 Ronald Sines Thomas Southard Linda Spangler Row 6 James Spaulding Wilma Storer Curtis Tipton Row 7 Robert Trimble Gary Van Winkle Ruth Ann Wessinger Row 8 James White Kay Wince Gary Wood Row 9 Suzanne Wright David Yarger Wanda Yeager Row I0 Jerry Zigan ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL EDITH FLEMING Principal of Roosevelf School - B.S., Michigan State Normal College M.A., Columbia University JUNE NICKENDRICK V' Clerk OFFICE ASSISTANTS Seated left to right-Charles Jackson, Tom Stream, Cheryl Iden, and Mike Metzger, standing left to right- Carolyn Wilson, Mike Montanaro, Mike Masters, David Wooles, Marty Metzger, Jane English, John Kramer, David Kenty, Bill Kusier, and Mrs. June McKenrick, secretary. Mrs. June McKenrick, secretary to the principal of Roosevelt School, has trained a group of stu- dents to be office assistants. They serve one pe- riod a day and carry on such duties as using the rexograph and mimeograph machines to run off materials for various teachers, doing errands about the school, answering the telephone, filing cards, and performing any other iob that is helpful in the office. This work helps them in making a devision as to whether or not they may want to make secretarial work their career. From this job they learn to be accurate, dependable, trustworthy, a n d con- scientious. 85 Row I Betty Anderson Richard Athey Ricky Atwood Row 2 Rita Baker Sam Baker David Bell Row 3 Harry Bending David Blamer Barbara Boychan Row 4 Cheri Brooks Edwin Brooks Marlene Butler Row 5 Warren Buzzard Marjorie Cameron Jerry Carver Row 6 Ruth Cashdollar Connie Coelho Kathy Copeland Row 7 Darvid Coventry Sandra Cramer Connie Crawford Row 8 Phoebe Danford Louise Davis Robert Davis Row 9 Terry Davis Tom Davis Georganna Decker Row 'I0 Sue Dozer Dick Fairchild Bill Farmer Row 'II Peggy Fike Jan Fink Mike Fribley 86 A . V' -ar. aw .: ' wr '5 ."-j,e171:-:v- John Bell Row 'l Karen Garger Roger Goddard Steve Goff Row 2 Steven Groban Barbara Grunewald Brenda Haigh Row 3 Joyce Hamman Jim Hampton Jeff Harlow Row 4 James Hayes Donna Hess Suzanne Hill Row 5 Janet Hilleary Beth Hollar Charles Holman Row 6 Carol Holton Connie Holton Manuel Holtz Row 7 Eddie Hoskinson Bonnie Hotchkiss Helen Howard Row 8 Cheryl lden Pat Jeffries Charles Jackson Row 9 Jerry Jones Perry Jones Don Kiger Row 10 Judy King Gary Kinney John Kramer Row 11 Sharon Kunkle Bill Kuster Martha Lockhart Row I Row I John Lion Sue Shurnaker Mary Lou McCabe Phyllis Slay Henry McGreebey Bev 50UCelK Row 2 Row 2 Linda Maharg Ray Smilh Nancy Maidel Jack Spicer Paul Mallett Jerry Spicer Row 3 ROW 3 Kathy Martindale Donna Stage Mike Masters Sue Stickle John Mercer Tom Stream Row 4 Row 4 Mike Metzger Robert Street James Mills lrene Strout James Montanaro ROI1BlC-l SWlClC Row 5 Row 5 Kathy Moore Lyn Thacker John Nethers Gary Thompson Ronnie Nutter Glen Thompson Row 6 Row 6 Bob Oldham Pam Trowbridge Teri Osborne Judy Truex ' Ruth Parkinson Joe Walker Row 7 Row 7 Bob Pickering James Watson Gary Plummer Jerry Weakley Jane Plummer Julia Webb Row 8 Row 8 Kara Pound Nancy Weidow Ann Partt Nancy Weidner Gay Provost Nancy Whitaker Row 9 Row 9 Robert Ross David Wilson Joan Romine Elaine Wilson Sally Roan Gregory Wince Row 10 -3 5' Row 'IO . Joy Riehl ,,,'l Bruce Woodward John Riebesell 3 David Wooles Carol Ramsey "' David Workman ,, IVVV J ,,.,,f,K 5 Dave Sheldon Row ll Row 11 Harold Rader Jeffrey Wortman Molly Scott Robert Zeiher Robert Sessor Fred Zipperer l 87 CENTRAL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL LESTER B. COX Principal of Cenfral School A.B., Ofterbein College Eleanor Queen . Clerk CENTRAL SCHOOL MINSTRELS "Cottontime," the thirteenth annual all-boy min- strel of Central School, was presented on March 13. Recollections of past rninstrels at Central School go back to May 23, 1947, when Miss Elizabeth King directed the first production. Mrs. Edward Agin was director of the music for the first and second minstrels, and Ronald Moore acted as inter- locutor for those two years. Mrs. Otis Riggs was director of music for the minstrel from 1954 through 1958. Other directors of music were Miss June Ann Adams, Miss Mary Bingham, Miss Mary Lee McMurray, Miss Mariorie Malone, and Mrs. James Armbruster. Miss Margaret Hutchinson has directed the min- strel since the first year This year Mr. Victor Bat- terson served as director of music. James Huffman was the interlocutor for this year's show. Other interlocutors through the years were Ted Tower, Robert Gaunder, Gary Bolen, Larry Cox, Jay Breeding, Don Smailes, Ronald Fil- kill, Frank lmhoff, Tom Brannon, Ronald Richter, and Ronald Moore. Every year it has been the custom at Central School to have an all-boy minstrel, which varies in size of enrollment in the past from 50 to 110 boys. Mr. Cox has always encouraged boys to partici- pate in the minstrel singing as he believes that participation in the minstrel is a worthwhile en- deavor and will become a pleasant memory to each boy as he recalls his schooldays at Central School. 89 Row I Row I Sharon Adams Mary Foster Mabel Allberry Mary Anna Garman Leiloni Avaery Carolyn Gregg Row 2 Row 2 Richard Barrett Andrea Groves Chris Baruxes Robert Hamilton Paul Berger John Hammond Rgw 3 ' ROW 3 Brenda Binckley RQ'f Helblins Sharon Binckley -- JCC l'l0lliSTel' Nancy Blamer Gave l'l0WafCl Row 4 Row 4 Sharon Booher JUC-lY HOV Wayne Bradfield James Huffman James Callentine Dee l'lUQl1eS Row 5 - Row 5 John Collins Nancy Hunter Sandra Collins Sandra Huntsman Gary Crego Mary Jane Hupp Row 6 Row 6 Cheryl Criss Regenia Johnson Richard Davenport Darel Jones David Delong Richard Kirkendall Row 7 Row 7 Beverly De Mooy Gary Korns Cecil Downs Sherry Le Master Monty Elliottt Elizabeth Le Page Row 9 Carol Lewis L- d E Row 8 Helen Lohrman In a merson . Not Pictured- Roberl Elwm William Farmer Not pictured-Betty Combs Ronnie Lohrman Row I Patty Long Earl Loughman Cheryl Marple Row 2 Joy Mechling Ronnie Merritts Gregory Miller Row 3 Suellen Mitchell Dave Morrow Sue Mount Row 4 Karen Myers David McClain Otis McCloud Row 5 Sandra 'McGinnis David McGonagle Marilyn McLaughlin Row 6 Nanette Never John Paul Dellas Pennington Row 7 Carolyn Porter Doris Redman Diane Regan Row B Mary Richards Mary Ann Rogers Nancy Salyer Not Pictured John Nethers k Row 'I James Saunders Betty Scheiber Judith Scott Row 2 Nancy Scott Richard Scott Linda Shannon Row 3 Sue Shoults Vicke Slane Marvin Snow Row 4 Lincoln Spicer Carol Springston Mildred Spurrier Row 5 Bill Stalego Norma Stedman Jean Taneyhill Row 6 Bobby Timson Karen Urban Jackie Utrevis Row 7 Eddie Walter Gary Warthen Patty Watson Row 8 Douglas Wildin Arlane Williams Charmane Williams Not Pictured Bill Savage Ruth Willey LINCOLN -LNIOR HIGH SCHOOL NEIL SPEARMAN - Principal of Lincoln School B.S. in Ed., Ohio University M. Ed., Ohio University ANN LEA Clerk LINCOLN Y-TEENS Front Row-Linda Bodah, Treasurer,.Martha Hollowell, Secretary, Karen Trager, Vice President, Connie Montgomery, President. Seceond Row-Goldie McMullen, Nancy Gergerich,Violef Mclnturf, Bonnie Houdeshell, Karen Deweese, Johanna Rey, Patty Franks, Judy Howes. Third Row-Donna Barton, Freda Bethards, Toni Morgan, Linda Smith, Sandy McDoresI, Jane Keller, Judy Jenkins, Lynn Herron, Mrs. Edris, Adviser. Fourth Row-Susan Campbell, Donna Klein, Martha Painter, Sharon Roberts, Lois Norris, Millie Freeman. Twenty-nine girls of the ninth grade have been active members of the Lincoln Y-Teen Club this year. Their objectives and goals have been to help a girl grow as a person, to help her grow infriend- ship with people of all races, religions and nation- alities, and to help her grow in the knowledge' and love of God. Regular monthly meetings with interesting pro- grams have been held and, in addition, the Cabinet has met at least once each month to discuss and con- sider plans to be presented tothe club at the regular meetings. Two girls of the Lincoln Club have been officers of the Inter-Council of Y-Teens. Training and leadership was provided for officers and committee chairmen in the Y-Teen Leaders' Con- ference on Denison University Campus. ln August, a Y-Teen Cabinet Retreat at Camp Ohio for program planning was much enioyed by the girls. These events were sponsored by the YWCA for all city and county clubs. Club proiects of this year have been the leading of the daily devotional period for the elementary and iunior high school, the spon- soring of the Thanksgiving assembly, helping in the decoration of a United Appeals float, th-e mak- ing of tray favors for the Veterans' Hospital at Chil- licothe for Veterans' Day, and for the young and elderly patients at Newark Hospital and for the patients at the Tuberculosis Sanitarium at Christmas, and the collection of infants' and children's clothing for flood victims. World Fellowship and Brother- hood weeks have been observed by starting a pen- pal club and by commemorating the tenth anni- versary ofthe Declaration of Human Rights fostered by the United Nations. A dance for all Lincoln Junior High students was sponsored by the Y-Teens, and, in May, together with the Hi-Y, they made the arrangements for the ninth grade party. The fi- nance committee also sold candy at the home games ln the spring, the ninth grade Y-Teens carried on a membership campaign and enrolled interested girls of the eighth grade, trained the new officers, and arranged the installation service. Numerous fun occasions such as picnics, teas, the initiation party and a swimming party have pro- vided social activities for club members. 93 I Row 'I Kenneth Barclay Donna Barton Patricia Berry Row 2 Freda Bethards William Blackburn Linda Bodah Row 3 Lawrence Booher Theodore Bourst Rebecca Brands Row 4 Nancy Brooks Paul Bryson Patricia Burden Row 5 Donna Burkam James Caplintger Brent Carson Row 6 Richard Cayton Michael Cherubini Terrence Clowe Row 7 James Corder Beverley Cunningham Curtis Davis Row 8 Sandra DeMorest Karen Deweese Howard Dunlap Not Pictured Hazel Baker William Burge Susan Campbell Beverly Clawson Wanda Cunningham Row I Jane Elliott Thomas Finley Donald Fisher Row 2 Ralph Foster Charles Francis Patricia Franks Row 3 Mildred Freeman Nancy Gerberich John Goodin Row 4 Betty Grigsby Martha Hallowell Alan Hauman David Herron Row 5 Lynn Herron Paul Hill Row 6 Bonnie Houdeshell Judith Howes James Hoy Row 7 James Iler Judith Jenkins Gordon Johnson Row 8 Darrell Jones Jane Keller Elva Kelley Row 9 Ricky Kincaid No! Pictured Robert Flowers Roburta Heightshoe Q s as ., Af fe W' aa ,.,,x V-.ef fl Row 1 Donna Klein James Klein Larry Kopp Row 2 Nanc Locknett Y Margaret Linehan Marlena Marmie Row 3 Ralph Marmie Charles Martin Robert Martin Row 4 Ronald Matthews Richard May Barbara McGullion Row 5 Violet Mclnturf Goldie McMullen Robert Miller Row 6 Wanda Moats Constance Montgomery James Morgan Row 7 Michael Morgan Toni Morgan Mary Munyan Row 8 William Myers Lois Norris Floyd O'Neal Not Pictured Garland Knott Gary Loper David Mitchell David McClain Row I Michael Packham Myron Packham Margret Painter Row 2 Johanna Rey Kay Rich James Riffle Row 3 Patricia Ritchey Gary Roberson Sharon Roberts Row 4 Jerry Rufer Claude Smiley Claudia Smiley Row 5 Linda Smith Rex Smith Ralph Sorrell Row 6 Beverly Stapleton Evelyn Stewart Richard Taylor Row 7 Karen Trager Daniel Vogelmeir Charles Warrington Row 8 Christine Whitford David Wolford Charles Woods Row 9 Larry Zimmerman Not Pictured Dorothy Reed Philip Stalling HfL..,,s..3Es CLUBS Row 'I-Mr. Stoeckmann, Marilyn Boyling, Connie Stricker, Judy Senff, Julia Mercer. Susie Goodwin, Carolyn Boyling, Carol Sue Kinney, Judy John, Elizabeth Dowling, Susie Cree, Barb Brown, Pat Gamble. Row 2-Sylvia Shannon, Toni Taylor, Sue Callendar, Carol Children, Elsa DeVaul, Molly Barrett, Connie Miller, Barb Marshall, Judy Schenk, Sandy Strouse, Betsy Oder, Sue Hupp, Pam Oliver, Carol Camp- bell, Judy Peck, Peg Roof, Jayne Steiner, Janet Stauffer, Gwen Thropp. Row 3-Yvonne Skidmore, Pam Oldham, Dave Bero, Diane Johnson, Shirley Fulton, Mary Alyce Smith, Frances Gaskella, Marilyn Cameron, Joyce Farmer, Roberta Charlton, Marjorie Davis, Christine Crist, Janet Baker, Susan Everett, Ann Evans, Bonna Beeney, Juli Goodwin, Pat Blair. The Business Staff under The supervision of' Mr. Stoeckmann solicits advertise- ments for The Reveiile Annual. P S T A F F Row 'I-Mr. Stoeckmann, Sally Erick, Sue Callendar, Connie Striclcer, Judy Senff, Julia Mercer, Sue Goodwin, Carol Sue Kinney, Judy John, Elizabeth Dowling, Susie Cree, Barbara Brown, Pat Gamble. Row 2-Carol Wright, Susie Richardson, Sylvia Shannon, Carol Children, Elsa DeVaul, Molly Barrett, Connie Miller, Barbara Marshall, Judy Schenk, Sandy Strouse, Betsy Oder, Susie Hupp, Pam Oliver, Carol Campbell, Judy Peck, Peggy Roof, Jayne Steiner, Janet Stauffer, Gwenn Thropp, Judy Humes, Mary Twinem. Row 3-Pam Oldham, David Bero, Molly Mclaughlin, Sandy Bonham, Shirley Fulton, Francis Gaskella, Diane Johnson, Christine Crist, Janet Balrer, Susie Everett, Patty Evans, Bonna Beeney, Julie Goodwin, Pat Blair. The Patron Staff under the supervision of Mr. Stoeckmann collects money from citizens who are interested in the publication of the Annual. Their money aids in the financing of the yearbook. Row I-Mr. Stoeckmann, Bonnie Egnew, Melynda Rockey, Sue Drumm, Pam Oldham, Mary Twinem, Carole Boyling, Sally Erick, Linda Swartz, Rosemary Crowley, Cynthia Knisley. Row 2-Charlie Warden,. Gerald Boring, Alan Binkley, Ann MacTavish, Larry Crothers Molly McLaughlin, Sherrie Bantel, Linda Sipe, Susan Roan, Linda Rauck, Carol Bowman, Winova Hovis, Alice Factor, Joyce Hoy. Robert Milhoan. Row 3-Glenn Livingston, Jim Curtis, Fred Ando, Gary Inlow, Jim Martin, Sylvia Hannah, Bev Martin, Bill Anderson, Keith Irwin, Sandy Cline, Anna Howard, Janet Monroe. The Room Agents solicit subscriptions for the yearbook in each of the home rooms. Mr Stoeckmann is their adviser. S T U D E N T C O U N C It Ll Seated by classroom rows: Row I-Mr. Boyd, Flory Jones. Row 2-Phil Richcreek, Larry Urban, Mary Ann Board, Carol Chase. Row 3-Sandy Strouse, Sylvia Maddox, Shalmir Watson, Suellen Sutphen. Row 4-.lanet Cline, Teresa Wagner, Tom Cronister, Bill Cluggish. Row 5-Jackie Ketchum, Judy Maddox, Dick Bibart, Sue Callander. Standing-.lim Smith, Grant Oliver, David Smith, .Iohn Ankele, Mary Twinem, Bob Dragics, Anna Lou Howark, Doris Cline, Susan Roan, Marilyn Boyling, Mary Phares, Carole Boyling, Barbara Kreider, Marilyn Parker, Carolyn Toothaker. The main duties of the Student Council were to arrange and supervise the social program of the high school and to arrange and supervise assembly programs. The Student Council also represented the student body in all other phases of the high school program. Mr. Frew Boyd, Principal, was the adviser, and the officers were Phillip Richcreek, president, Larry Urban, vice-president, Sandra Strouse, treasurer, and Sylvia Maddox, secretary. There were thirty- five members this year. 101 r H O N O R S O C I E T Y Row 'I iseatedl-Melynda Rockey, Marguerite Fisher, Ellen Alban, Judy Gard. Alan Tipka, Mrs. Perry, Suellen Sutplten, Linda Zellar, Carol Sue Kinney. Row 2 lstandingl-Joyce Farmer, Mary Phares, Carol Boyling, Susan Rada, Sylvia Maddox, Sandra Strouse, Jean Keylor, Patty Smith, Patricia Evans, Ann MacTavish, Susan Everett, Susan Scott. Row 3-Melanie Morgan, Diane Harmon, Sydell Hollister, Carlene Keaser, Joy McPl1erson,. Mary Anna Enich, Judy Humes, Judy Rey, Diana Douglas, Jackie, Ketchum. Row 4-David Smith, Dick Woolard, Ed McGlone, Phil Richcreek, Phyllis Woodward, Suzanne Blamer, Mary Hornyak, Reese Alban, Gary Bolen, Vicki Keck, The Newark chapter of the National Honor So- ciety was formed to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy l-eadership, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils. Forty s-en- iors with a point average of 3.3 or above were taken into the society during the second semester. 102 The activities included the recognition assembly at which Dr. Roy A. Burkhart of the First Community Church, Columbus, spoke, and the annual Honor Society banquet. The officers were Alan Tipka, president, Judy Gard, vice-president, Ellen Alban, secretary, and Marguerite Fisher, treasurer. Mrs. Ruth Perry was the faculty adviser. Row 'I-Sally Slay, Emily Hughes, Judy Peck, Barb Guinsler. Row 2-Tom Leighton, Patti Rovinson, Susan Richardson, Ruth McMichael. Row 3-Linda Rechel, Janet Cline, Diane Helman, Gwen Owen, Christin Ree, Janet Baker,. Judy Gard. Row 4-Sandy Scaffide, Beth Belter, Sylvia Hanna, Nancy Con- ner, lyn Reed, Carol Hanshue, Bonnie Egnew, Diane Harmon. Row 5-Adria Perrin, John Bilaart, Dick Beckman, Sam Farrington, Sheryll Morehead, Coral Evans, Sandra Bell, Flory Jones, Mary Anna Enich. Row 6-Susie Goodwin, John Hendricks, Ben Hauman, Linda Nagi, Freddie Freyman, Frank Morehouse Row 7-Susan Joy Hupp, Sylvia Maddox, Joy McPherson, Ralph Roan, John Skinner, Shannon Van Wey, Don Harris, Bob Gaunder, Gary Hamer. Row 8-Vicki Keck, Suzanne Blamer, Jim Smith, Jack Fulton, Fid Braffet, Sandy Bierly, Bonnie Macklin, Sandy laird, Janice Wolford. Row 9-Carol Sue Kinney, Ann MacTavish, Dan Davis, Kay Swart, Elizabeth Dowling, Barbara Brown, Susie Cree, Sally Vaughn, Mary Jane Potter, Sharon Boyer, Nancy long, Janet Jones, linda Zesiger, Marilyn Parker, Lyn Wallace, Joyce Farmer, Miss Orndorff. This year the College Club held its meetings on the second and fourth Mondays in Room 313. The officers for the year were as follows: Ray Walker, president, Sandra Laird, vice president, Marilyn Parker, secretary, Tom Leighton, treasurer, and Cyn- thia Dowling, librarian. The faculty adviser was Miss Orndorff. At several of the meetings, representatives spoke to members concerning their particular college or university. This year representatives were present from the University of Cincinnati, Muskingum Col- lege, Denison University, Bowling Green University, Ohio State University, Western Reserve University, and Wilmington College. 103 D E B A T E Barbara Kreider, Tom Leighton, Vickie Lukasko, Sharyn Thompson, John Ankele, Bill Toothman, Ed McGlone. The Debate team opened its season with a tournament in Newark on November 22. Eleven schools attended. Newark earned a record of four wins and two losses. The second meet was held at the Debate Clinic at The Ohio State University on December 6. The local debaters won eight out of twelve matches. On December 13 the Debate team attended a meet at Columbus North High 104 School where the Newark squad finished with three wins and three losses. On January lO at Port Clin- ton the A team made up of Tom Leighton, Bill Tooth- man, Richard Kuninger, and Ed McGlone took first place with five wins and one loss. Meanwhile the B team debated at Springfield and tied for second place with five wins and one loss. Those debat- ing were John Ankele, Walter Bolton, Barbara Kreider, and Vickie Lukasko. ln extemporaneous speaking Mary Anna Enich placed first, fifth, and third, Sharyn Thompson placed fifth, third, and fifth, and Jim Macklin placed seventh, sixth, and sev- enth in three rounds. At the Middletown Practice Tourney held on Jan- uary 24, the Newark squad ended the day with two wins and four losses. ln The following tournament, held at Urbana on January 31, the locals reversed the score of the preceding week with four wins and two losses. The A team took second place at the Heidelburg Invitational Tournament on Febru- D E B A T E The next tournament was held on February T4 at Delaware where the Newarkites captured second place. The local squad then moved on to the Ohio High School Speech League District Tourney held on The Ohio State University campus on February 21. Here the Newark team again captured second place which enabled them to qualify for the district and state finals. Mary Anna Enich placed first and Sharyn Thompson second in extemporaneous speak- ing. On March 6 and 7 the National Forensic League district finals were held at Capital University. The Jim Macklin, Bob Dragics, Sally Eardley,. Alan Tipka, Mary Anna Enich, Waller Bolton. ary 7. Those debating on the A team were Ed Mc- Glone, Dick Kuninger, Tom Leighton, and John Ankele. On the same date the B and C teams de- bated at Dayton Chaminade. The B team, consisting of Bill Toothman, Mary Anna Enich, Vickie Luckasko, and Walter Bolton, had a record four wins and two losses, while the C team, made up of Alan Tipka, Bob Dragics, Sally Eardley, and Jim Macklin, suf- fered a record of one win and five losses. Newark A team finished with a four wins-four losses record. Dick Kuninger and Ed McGIone, debating on the affirmative, lost three out of four matches, while John Ankele and Tom Leighton, debating on the negative, won three out of four matches. The debate team closed its season with the Ohio High School League State Tourney held at The Ohio State University on March 20 and 21. T. E. Dickerson coached these debaters. 105 From left to right-Miss Dorn, Margaret Roof, Alfreda Hall, Sally Slay Darlene Francis Sue Carper Janet Baker, Nancy long, Judy Ashcraft. On-e of the most useful clubs in the high school is the Library Club. This year's club had a mem- bership of nine with Connie Stricker, president, Judy Ashcraft, secretary, and Janet Baker, treasurer, acting as officers. Miss Helen Dorn was the ad- viser. Besides extensive work in the library, the club sponsored candy sales in November, December, February, and April, the proceeds from which went to buy a subscription to Horizon magazine for the library. A picnic was held for all school library assistants in the city for the purpose of acquainting girls with possible work in the high school library. The girls also took care of the library bulletin board, using mottos urging people to read. Row 'I isithngi Mr George Demas Carol Billett, Susan Rada, Betsy Oder, Mary Lou Piper, Diana Jacobs Row 2 istandingl Winnie Ackers, Ann Jones, Linda Himes, Bonnie Macklin, Sandy Bierly, Ruth McMichael Mary Jane Potter Sue Callender, Judy Humes, Jayne Steiner, Sue Blamer, Ann Mac- Tavish Joy McPherson Brenda Waddell, Janice Wolford. The purpose of the Future Teachers Club was to study the problems of becoming a teacher. This purpose was realized by means of a Talk given by Miss Orndorff, a trip to the Newark Branch of The Ohio State University, and several discussions among the members during meetings. In order for the members of the club to learn more about elementary teaching, Mrs. Boyd of Lincoln School was invited to speak and to participate in a ques- tion-and-answer session at one of the meetings. Senior members selected a Newark school to visit in April in order to observe the mechanics of classroom teaching on the level at which they were most interested. A retreat in May concluded the year's activities. Mr. George Demas was the adviser of the club which consisted of 27 members. The officers were Mary Lou Piper, president, Betsy Oder, vice-president, Diana Jacobs, secretary, and Sue Rada, treasurer. Seated Miss Rodgers John Ankele Linda Buckey, Susie Scott, Brenda Waddell, Judson Pomeroy, Herb Gregg Dave Sperry Row 2-Mary Alice Smith, Rita McGinnis, Flory Jones, Martha Craft, Ednce Adams Joyce Weakley Ann House, Sonya Clark, Jane Pyle, Linda Smart, Diana Jacobs, Mary Phares linda Picket Lois Rey Beth Powell, Marilyn Parker, Judy Kreager, Lynn Wallace, Delores Young. Row 3 Wanda Feurd Elizabeth Dowling, Fred Fryman, Vicki Keck, Gary Hammer, linda Rechel, Janice Wolford Diana Douglas Nancy Crist, Mary Lou TImms: Theresa Wagner, Frank Moorehouse, Activities for the French Club got under way with a "get acquainted" picnic at Moundbuilders Park on October 21. On November 6 John Ankele showed his slides of France to the club. The French Club also participated in the Annual Language Club Christmsa Party on December 18. The French and Spanish Clubs combined to buy a record player for use in the class. In other meetings some of the students put on skits about the French way of life. The club closed the year with a Farewell Party for senior members of the club. Miss Rodgers was the faculty adviser and the following were officers: Susan Scott, presidentg John Ankele, vice president, Linda Buckey, secre- tary, and Brenda Waddell, treasurer. The club had sixty-five members. S P A N I S H C L U B Seated-Miss Rodgers, Mary Anna Enich, Dave Leidy, Joyce Jones. Girls Standing-Susan Everett, Diane Harman, Molly McLaughlin, Ann Wilson, Judy Lord, Bonnie Sunkle, Sandy Laird, Roberta Pettit. Boys Standing-Lloyd Berger, Gary Vermilion, Dick Wolfe, Ray Walker, Tom Chapman, Dick Long, Tom Heisey, Bob Hughes, Jack Shumaker, Larry Ruton, Tom Pitcock, Gary Lee Jones, Bob Hendren. This year's Spanish Club, under the ad- visership of Miss Ann Rodgers and the watchful eyes of its officers Mary Anna Enich, president, David Leidy, vice-presi- dent, Joyce Jones, secretary, and Susan Null, treasurer, had one of the most exten- sive, well-rounded programs in recent years. October T6 marked the first meeting of the Club with a picnic being held at Moundbuilders Park with the members of the French Club. Mary Anna Enich enter- tained Spanish Club members on the l3th of November at her home, showing slides of Mexico. At a business meeting prior to the entertainment, plans were made for the year's activities. The annual Christmas party of the com- bined language clubs vvas held at the music building on December iO. Good food, Christmas Carols, gifts to the club advisers, and a visit from Santa Claus constituted the main portion of the program. The home of Tom Pitcock was the scene of the February T9 meeting. Mrs. Thomas Hite presented slide films she and her late husband had taken in Spain. The program for March I9 was made up of humorous skits concerning buying a meal, registering at a hotel, and the like, all carried on in Spanish. The "Farewell Picnic" was held in May for the seniors. An added activity of the club was to get pen-pals in Spanish-speaking countries. Row 1-Miss Rodemann, Dick Beckman, Carol Chase, Janet Baker. Row 2-Carl Oalman, Karen Sharon Thompson, Anita Freytag, Barb Williams, Connie Stricker, Carol Sue Kinney, Carolyn Maril n Bo lin C nthia Dowlin . Row 3 Tom lei hton John W de .lack Ol Ed Prior Y Y 9: Y 9 " 9 1 Y 1 PP' 1 McFarland, Jeff Roberts, Kay Busch, Clyde Bartlett, Kay Kipley, Pete Pharis, Jim Smith, Bruce Ralph Roan, Ed Culp, Fred Ando. This year's program of the German Club got under way with the initiation picnic, held at Mound- builders Park on September 23. During one of the meetings, Miss McCreary showed slides of her re- cent trip to Europe. During other meetings folk games were played, talks on Germany were giv- en by various members of the club, and German songs were sung. The club also participated in the annual Foreign Language Department Christmas party. The club ended its year with a hike to and picnic on Horn's Hill on May 20. Miss lngebord Rodemann advised the group, which had forty-two members. The following were officers: Dick Beckman, president, Dave Smith, vice president, Carol Chase, secretary, and Janet Baker, treasurer. Myers, Lonzo, Nancy Wood, Row I-Marcia Brothers, Becky Bloss, Jeanette Loy, Alfreda Hall, Patty Robison, Maureen Moore, Judy Pound, Nancy long, Tom Wortman, Pete Hewitt. Row 2-Sandra Bell, Carolyn Toothaker, Linda Bryan, Flory Jones, Ruth McMichael, Julie Goodwin, Sally Wilson, Carol Billet, Bonita Buckwalter, Carol Bow- man, Mary Jane Potter, Linda Himes, Linda Swartz. Row 3-Carol Hanshue, Shannon Van Wey, Jim Macklin, Winne Hovis, Reese Alban, Carol Morgan, Pat Smith, Jane Farmer, Sue Franklin, Else DeVaul, Susie Collis, Barbara Guinsler, Penny Earl, Susie Roan, Barbara Bazler. Row 4-Joe Mitchell, Walter Bolton, John McKinney, Robin Pierce, Jim Hartman, linda Rauch, Bill Powell, Robert Hall, Janice Wolford, Ann Jones, Marcie Conners, Rosemary Crowley, Sally Slay, Susie Van Voorhis, Peggy Roof, Row 5-John Gall, Jerry Watson, Larry Fink, Robin Hendrick, Sally Eardley, Jane Skinner, Sue Calendar, Sally Erick, Barbara Kreider, Kim Thompson, Jane Pyle, Bonnie Macklin, Judy Hausman, Miss McCreary. The Latin Club was set up this year as a supple- ment to the regular class work. At one of the eve- ning meetings a world traveler presented slides to the members of the club. A nineteen-year-old Italian boy, Lucio Benedetto, talked to the club about his life, education, and schooling in present-day Italy. At another meeting films and audio-visual ma- terial rented trom various universities were used by the club and the classes. There were ninety-one members of the club and Miss Pauline McCreary was the adviser. The of- ficers were Reese Alban, president, Steve Groban, vice-president, Judy Houseman, treasurer, and Caro- lyn Toothaker, secretary. Sitting-Richard Wallace, lee Howard, Robin Hendricks. Standing-Mr. Rose, John Hendricks, .loe Taylor, Ray Whiteman, Larry Reynolds, Gene Burnard, .lolm McClenal1an, Wayne Monroe, Wayne McClellan. The Audio-Visual Service Club is one of the more helpful clubs around NHS. In assemblies the A.V.S.C. group is responsible for the setting up of sound systems and for The operation of movie and slide proiectors. In the class room club members again assist. They help teachers in the running of the difficult equipment which is helpful to learning. This year's club had a membership of 25. Mr. Rose was the school adviser and the officers were Richard J. Wallace, president, and Robin Hendricks, secretary-treasurer. MC AL TU HB E M A T I C S Seated-Mr. Wilbur Powers, adviser, Patty Smith, Fid Braffett, Joy McPherson, Sylvia Maclclux., Row 'I-fstandingl-Lee Howard, Bruce Wood, David Smith, Gail Blakeley, John Hendricks, Jack Fulton. Row 2-Dick Beckman, Tom Trout, Glen Livingston, Alan Tipka, Larry Reynolds, Don Harris. During several meetings members of the club were entertained by guest speakers from Kaiser Aluminum, Denison University, Owens-Corning, and Rockwell. At other meetings the members of the club gave talks. Mr. Wilbur Powers was the club's adviser, and the following persons were officers: Fid Braffet, president, Doug Staufer, vice-president, Patty Smith, secretary, Joy McPherson, treasurer. The Mathematics Club, which had a membership of 22, began its activities with a tour of Ohio Povver's l.B.M. Installation on November 24. Other tours were of Westinghouse's RAMAC on February 2 and of the Federal Reserve Bank in Cleveland on April 3. . The club had a Christmas party on December l8 and, along with the Science and Astronomy Clubs, sponsored the "Samco" Dance on April l9. 113 B A N D Row 'I-Mr. Pearce, Brenda Sue Swinsberger, mascot, Mr. Barrick, Mr. Bynum. Row 2-Phil Richcreek,. head drum maior, Linda Rechel, head maiorettep Sandy Scaffide, Shalmir Watson, Beth Ann Belter, Lois Rey, Janie Davidson, Marilyn Cameron, Beth Swan, Rita McGinnis, Judy Duncan, Sandy Taylor, Sonya Clark, Rosemary Crowley, Gary McLaughlin. Row 3-John McClennahan, Terry King, Tim Taylor, Paul Anthony, Barb Grove, Marilyn Parker, Suzanne Ellis, Carol Morgan, Melanie Morgan, Becky Bloss, Dale Garee, Larry Bending, Maureen Moore, Alice Kinstler, Sharon Myers, Tom Tripp. Row 4-Mary Alyce Smith, Bonita Buckwalter, Jane Farmer, Malenda Rockey, Carol Sue Surratt, Peggy Cagney, Betty Thompson, Gloria Marmie, Jeanette Loy, Judy Millenix, Sally Chapman, Sue Overturf, Beverly Roberts, Joyce Hoy, Stella Hottle, Roberta Charlton. Row 5-Roger Lucus, Shirley Wilson, Ann House, Sharon Baker, Joan Garee, Harold Ogilbee, Ronnie Lumm, Esther Hitchcock, Bernard Snow, Myrna Vermilion, Carol Wright, Kay Kipley, Peggy Chapman, Lyn Wallace, Linda Nagi, Barbara Conner, Kay Busch, Gary Sheffer. Row 6-Gary Shy, Bob Briggs, Lincoln Conaway, Sharon Winland, Eugene Leighton, Dee Landis, Allan Binckley, Don Morgan, Roger Mitchell, Howdy McLean, Linda Smart, Pat Arnold, Judy Kreager, Catherine Hess, Don Morgan, Jerry Watson, Renny Richards, Dave Hallis. Row 7-June Beggs, Sharlet Workman, Bill Harris, Alice Factor, Elaine Callan, Joyce Famer, Anita Freytag, Barb Foster, Sharon Dun- lap, Rody Bowman, Pat Gamble, Carol Ashcraft, Linda Bryan, Phyllis Eagan, Elsa DeVaul, Judy Castle, Charles Hickerson. Row 8-Ronnie Jackson, Nancy Crist, Marylou Dunn, John Whycle, Bill Palmer, Ed McGlone, Pam Oliver, John Goodin, Peggy Packam, Wesley Dickover, Bill Simpson, Frances Gaskella, Marilyn Ash. Row 9-Don Goodin, Terry Cooperider, Wayne Lashley, Leslie Waldren, Dick Foreman, Georgia Teal. The Band, under the direction of Myron Pearce, began its activities with a week at Band Camp in August. On October 4 the Band participated in Band Day at Capital University in Columbus. In December the group sponsored its Annual Tag Day and the Christmas Concert. On January i3 the annual banquet was held at the Elks. The Band also participated in the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival in Delaware on February 7, the District Band and Chorus contest held in Newark on March 14, the Annual Band Contest on April 25, and the Band Festival at Springfield on May 8 and 9. The Band played for the Baccalaureate Services on May 31, and Commence- ment on June 4. These musicians ended their year with the Summer Band Concert on July 30 and the Band school picnic on July 3l There were ll7 members in the band whose officers were Renny Richards, presidentg Roberta Charlton, vice-president, Tom Tripp, treasurer, and June Beggs, secretary. 114 G L E E C L U B Row I-.ludy Bennett, Lana Angelleti, Sandy Bierly, Ruth Scheiber, Marilyn Guest, Rosemary Carson, Barbara Barton, Diana Dye, Jeanette Loy, Cynthia Knisley, Beverly Martin, Patty Vaughn, Carol Offen- baker, Mildred Shrider, Linda Bryan, Carol Gearhart. Row 2-Paulette Culver, Yvonne Skidmore, Susan Skinner, Jackie Seigel, Betty Freeman, Christine Horst, Sally Wilson, Becky Bloss, Linda Gentry, Gloria Helphrey, Stella Hottle, Susie Landefeld, Molly Barrett, Vickie Trimble, Sandy Rine, Joyce Lawrence, Mrs. Batterson. Row 3-Barb Bowman, Sue Surratt, Peg Roof, Sandy Marki, Marilyn Decker, Dot Higer, Dawn Barnes, Kathy Beggs, Marie McClain, Mary Board, Debbie Campbell, Carol Campbell, Juanita Shannon,. Donna lake, Sandy Darkes, Sue Clemmings, Dorothy Hufford, Suzanne Morris, Freda DeVaul, Judy Rice. Row 4-Anita lewis, Linda Shoemaker, Pat Varner, Darlene Jones, Dorothy Story, Gene Henry, Barbara Easton, Cynthia Dillehay, Barb Prit,. Roberta White, Joan Simpson, Sue Barnes, Judy Baker, Barb Russell, Helen Swartz, Winoka Wright, Gizella Bacskay, Sally Chapman, Carole Morgan. Row 5-Sarah Cochran, Kathy Wolford, Madeline Ayers, Alice Bonner, Nancy Maddux, Carol Morgan, Roberta Tucker, Margaret BaGull, Norma Conkle, Darlene Francis, Clara Risenhelder, Barb Black, Adria Perrin, Robert Pettit, Betty Cass, Geraldine Jacks, Saundra Benning, Barbara Alberry, Penny Carlson, Jane Farmer. Mr. Victor Batterson took over his first-year duties Other activities during the year included taking as Glee Club director and was welcomed with a part in the Christmas Concert on December 14, TUYU-OUT of 107 m9mlOefS- which was sponsored by the entire music depart- The girls took part in the District Music Contest on FTTGNT, and Taking Paff in The Annual Concert by March 14 and received a rating of "Very Good." the Vocal Music Department on April 30 and May l. 115 Row 'I-Darlene Colby, Melanie Morgan, Betsy Frye, Judy Boyer, Edris Adams, Carole Livingston, Carol Chase, Mary McCann, Sandra Vaughn, Sandy McKee, Linda Pickett, Carolyn Toothaker, Sandy Cline. Row 2-Mary Lou Tims, Judy DeFrance, Dixie Springston, Mary lake, Carol Fox, Janice Lindsey, Jo Ellen Klein, Ruth Coffman, Joyce Wears,. Mary Hornyak, Alice Clark, Betsy Oder, Bonna Beeney, Georgia Teal, Sandra Bell, Mr. Batterson. Row 3-Susan Hupp, Christine Crist, Vicki Keck, Joyce Jones, Betty Patrick, Mariorie Patrick, Lola Edgell, Mary Ann Cunningham, Judy Gard, Barbara Brown, Nancy Woodyard, Dolly Jakeway, Sandra Jinks, Ann House, Julia Mercer, Sandy Nethers, Melanie Smith. Row 4-Neva Hunt, Bill linehan, Terry Coates, Doug Stauffer, Walter Bolton, Tom Gardner, Larry Ed- wards, Dennis Runkle, Larry Potter, Bob Sheets, Garry Mclaughlin, Sue Drum, Judy ller, Nancy Dyer. Row 5-Nelson Gorley, Dick Boder, Paul Seabright, Jack Olpp, Jim Curtis, Dave Crist, Roger Cherilaini, Joe Drasko, Tom Gough, Rick Young, Lloyd Kelley. The NHS Choir of 80 voices under the direction of Mr. Batterson, had a very successful and busy year. The activities for the y-ear included singing at the Second Baptist Church Concert on December 7, taking part in the Christmas Concert on December 14, the District Music Contest on March 14, and the Annual Music Concert on April 30 and May l. A selected group from the larger organization also 116 sang for the PTA Founders Day program at Trinity Episcopal Church. The Choir received a rating of "excellent" at the District Music Festival of March 14. Officers for the year included, Tom Gough, presi- dent, Christine Christ, vice-president, Willa Mae Oliver, secretary-treasurer. M U S I C A P P R E C I A T Row 1-David Smith, David Gelfer, Gary McLaughlin, Roger Mitchell, Tom Whittington, Tom Leighton, G John Hendricks, Gene Kirkpatrick, Geoffery Leister. Row 2--Susan Scott, Sally Shields, Nancy Conner, Carol Sue Kinney, Doris Cline, Patty Smith, Janet Van Wy, Betty Retherford, Ann Evans, Marcia Brothers, N Susie Everett, Sue Hupp, Sylvia Shannon, Betsy Oder, Suzanne Richardson, Susan Hupp, Sally Slay, Lyn Reed, Carol Morgan, Joan Simpson, Emily Hughes, Debbie Campbell. Row 3-Judy Gutridge, Janet Cline, Judy Baumgardner, Ann MacTavish, Mary Anna Enich, Carol Chase, Cynthia Dowlig, Barbara Brown, Pam Oldham. Row 4--Judy Senff, Marguerite Fisher, Delores Young, Joy McPherson, Judy Gard, Patty Vargo, Christine Crist, Sandy Scaffide, Mary Ann Cunningham, Linda Rechel, Bonnie Egnew. Frustration was the general theme of Music Appreciation during the first semester of the year. Each time the group rnet to hear a piece of recorded music, they would hear instead from one of the two usable machines a phlumph, whoozish, cloppiaty- cloop, gurgle, trickle, scratch, general alien and obnoxious sound, or no sound at all. Since the school it se-emed had no funds available to repair such equipment, Music Appreciation underwrote the repair of the players. Later Mr. PoweII's office assumed the payment of the bill. The second semester threaded its way more smoothly with fewer scheduled and unscheduled interruptions. Only guest speaker for the year was Frank Spencer, Jr., who offered some expository remarks concerning the approaching concert by the Licking County Symphony Orchestra and played a few recorded selections to be heard in that concert. Other recordings heard were the Moussorgsky "Pictures at an Exhibition," the Van Cliburn rendition of Tschaihovsky, the Mendelssohn violin con- certo, the Beethoven Fifth, and iazz for those who hate iazz. During part of the year, the club purchased records from the RCA Victor Great Music Society which were placed in the school library. The sixty-two dues-paying members were headed by Susan J. Hupp, president, Janet Cline, secretary, and Susan Everett, trea- surer. Mr. Gordon R. Kingery was adviser. R E V E l L L E R E V I E W Bruce Wood, Bill STaaTs Powell, Harold Snow, Dan Davis, larry Myers, Judy Maddox, Kay Swarl, Suellen Suiphen. Row 3-Mary Jo Wells, Marsha Blizzard, Connie Sfricker, Pat Gamble, Charlotie Lewis, Janet T Row 'I-Janet Stauffer, Dale Wiley, Robin Pierce, John Skinner, Phil Vaughn, Judy Schenk. Row 2- Long, Lois TronsTein,. Molly Barref, Carol Children, Sally Cowles, Carol Campbell, Caroline Orr, Phyllis F Woodward, Sandy Slrouse, Darlene Colby, PaT Toscano, Mrs. Sharp. F For The TirsT Time in recenT years The Reveille annual and The Reveille Review sTaffs operaTed independenTly of each oTher Kay SwarT, -ediTor-in-chief of The Reveille Review had under her a sTaff of 35. ln- cluded in This group were Bruce Wood, news ediTor, Connie STricker, assisTanT news ediTor, Judy Maddox, TeaTure ediTor, Mary Jo Wells, assisTanT feaTure edior, Dan Davis, business managerp Suellen SuTphen, assist- anT feafure ediTor, and Larry Myers, sporTs ediTor. Besides puTTing ouT eleven regular monTh- ly issues The Review wenT bi-weekly for The monThs of April and May. Special issues were puT ouT aT Thanksgiv- ing, ChrisTmas, and graduaTion. Besides The acTual publicaTion of The paper, The sTaTf re-established a chapter in The Quill and Scroll, an inTernaTional honor- ary club for high school iournalisTs, sTarTed a "Cub Class" for news reporTers, and Took Tours of The AdvocaTe and radio sTaTion WCLT. The new adviser for The group was Mrs. CynThia B. Sharp. Row 'l-Mary Phares. Row 2-Flory Jones, Joyce Vermilion. Row 3-Jackie Ketchum. Row 4-Mr. Hughes, Larry Reynolds, Harold Clawson, Tom Gardner, Jack Olpp, Lee Howard. Thespian Troupe T273 of Newark Senior High school, under The direction of Mr. RoberT Hughes and with a membership of 17, had an active and varied year. In November The Troupe presented Mrs McThing, in March, The play Lute Song, in May, Drama Festival. For The Christmas troupe presented "Christmas AT The Three one-acT plays were presenTed a play for The assembly The Cross-Roads." as the spring offering. These plays also marked Mr. Hughes' final effort aT NHS. Officers for The year were as follows: Jackie Ketchum, president, Bruce Wood, vice-president Joyce Vermilion, Treasurer, and Mary Phares, sec- retary. Row 'I-John Hendricks, Whennie Hovis, Bonita Buckwalfer, Peggy Cagney, Phyllis Hamman, Fred Fryman. Row 2-Don Harris, Ronnie Anderson, Joy McPherson, Dave Smith, Dave Gelfer, Jim Hughes, Dick Beckman, Benjamin Hauman. This year The Science Club has inviTed guesT speakers from several indusTries in Newark To speak aT Their meeTings. The club sponsored The "Samco" dance vviTh The MaThemaTics and AsTronomy Clubs in April. Several member of The Science Club also parficipafed in The STaTe Science Fair on March 21. Mr. P. G. Sfeinberger was The adviser of The club which had fourTeen members. Officers were John Hendricks, president, Fred Fryman, vice-president, Joan Simpson, secreTary, Ben Hauman, Treasurer. 120 Sitting-David Gelfer, lee Howard. Standing-Larry Reynolds, Fred Fryman, David Smith, Judy Ash- craff, Becky Bloss, Mike O'Brien. The Astronomy Club, active for its Third consecu- tive year at NHS, continued work on the l2Vz-inch telescope which was started last year. The club vis- ited the Denison Observatory in November, the Perkins Observatory February 2, and The Ohio State University Campus in April. With the Science and Mathematics Clubs, the Astronomers helped to sponsor the "Samco" dance on April l8. Mr. Virgil Ashcraft was the faculty adviser. The ten members chose the following persons for this year's officers: Mike O'Brien, presidentg David Gelfer, vice-president, and Lee Howard, secretary- treasurer. 12 Terry Frame, Dick Wallace, Becky Bloss, Don Harris, Fred Fryman lee Howard Bob Hall larry Fmck David Smith. One ofthe newer clubs at NHS, the Camera Club, operatered this year on a rather limited basis due to conflicts with other clubs. Its adviser, Mr. Robert Powell, had assisting him as officers Don Harris, president, Bob Hall, vice-president, and Becky Bloss, secretary-treasurer. The program for the year included two slide pro grams and a discussion of some of the winning pictures in last year's photographic contest tor high school students, sponsored by the Eastman Kodak Company.. Plans for the remainder ot the year Included having Don Pound, local photographer, as guest speaker at one of the meetings. A field trip was also planned. Membership in the club totaled 10. D I S TE RD IU C A B U T T I I V O E N Seated-Vickie Fitzsimmons, Barbara Barton. Girls standing-Ann Evans, lynn Oxley, Sandy Eppert, Sandy McCartney, Joyce Lawrence, Arlene Peck, Charlene Stalnaker, Ruth Strawn, Donna Fulk, Paf Park- hill, Row 2--Mr. Bernard Nye, Carl Balser, Ralph Keller, Steve McNally, Dale Grove, Gary Graham, Wil- lima Rose, William Richards, Grant Oliver. Row 3-Connie Porter, .lack Shoults, Terry Frame, Bruce Davidson, Donald Occhiuzzi, Douglas Marriot. The Distributive Education Club of Newark High School, functioning with its 30 members, had a varied and colorful program Throughout The T958- 59 school year. Besides Taking tours Through different down- town stores and assisting in publicity and ticket sales for NHS stage productions, the club held a Halloween party, had a sales project in November, and Took part in the Regional Convention of the Distributive Education Clubs of America on Novem- ber 5. The club sponsored the "Kings Ball" in The Newark High gym on February 27, much tothe de- light of all in attendance. A second sales proiect was set up in March, and the club sent representa- tives to the state D.E.C.A. Convention on March 7 and 8. The National D.E.C.A. convention was attended by Mr. Nye and Steven McNally in April. It was held in Tacoma, Washington. At the meeting Mc- Nally was elected national vice-president. The An- nual Employers-Employee Banquet was held in May. Also in May the club sponsored "Dress-Up" week for the entire student body at NHS. The final ac- tivity for this year's club was a picnic in June. The following officers, under the faculty advisor- ship of Mr. Bernard Nye, guided the club Through its activities. Steven McNally, president, Connie Porter, vice--president, Sandy McCartney, secretary, land Patricia Parkhill, Treasurer. 123 3l"1VQ lllhll l 24 Mary Carolyn Jones, Judy Barret, Mr. Slradley, Carolyn Orr, Charlotte Lewis. The Sales Organization, under the leadership of Mr. Edward Stradley, who is assisted by Mr. Wilbur Powers, functions during the football season only. Pupils wanting to gain some practical experience in selling are eligible to become a member of the group. Puipls are paid on an hourly basis for their services, although a few work on a commission basis. Money earned this year will be used to replace or repair equipment damaged or ruined in the flood of January. One such item is the pop corn machine, which was practically ruined. K E Y C L U B Row 1-Fred Fryman, Harry Bolen, Ted Tower, Robin Hendricks. Row 2-Gary Bolen, Gail Blakeleyi Steve Inscho, John Ankele, Jim Smith, Mr. Jack Hale. Row 3-Brooke Seckle, Tom Chronister, Dick Bibart, Dave Leidy, Charles Hollar, Bob Hall, Harry Lytle, John McKinney, Shannon Van Wey, Mr. Joe Calbeck, Dr. William Myers. Row 4-Carl Oatman, Pete Hewitt, Dave Sperry, Hal Snow, Palmer Jones, Jerry McCann, Dave Wright, Larry Urban, Bill Cluggish. Row 5-Steve Groban, Reese Alban, John Hendricks, Steve Bobot. The Key Club had an interesting and varied pro- gram with its forty members participating. In ad- dition to attending regular meetings, Key Club members this year sat in on a City Council meeting, ushered at football and basketball games, held their annual Christmas candy sale, and helped in the city-wide safety check of automobiles. Jim Smith, Gail Blakeley, Dave Sperry, Carl Oat- man, John Ankele, Steve Groban, Charles Hollar, and Steve lnscho participated in the Ohio District Workshop held in Columbus in October, and Jim Smith, Steve Inscho, and Dave Sperry attended the National Key Club Convention held in Chicago in July, 1958. The club met at 7:30 on the first and third Mon- days in Room 300. Officers for the year were Jim Smith, president, John Ankele, vice-president, Gail Blakeley, secretary, and Steve Inscho, treasurer. The advisers were Mr. Jack Hale of the school faculty, and Mr. Joe Calbeck, Mr. Carl Hollar, and Dr. W. C. Myers of the Kiwanis Club. 1:25 Row I-Charles Clark, Glenn Vermilion, Charles Boyd, Jerry Brenhiser, Richard Charles, Gary Pidock, Mr. Rausch. Row 2-Rick Van Winkle, Tom Blackston, Dave Crist, Jim Johnson, Fred Ando, Charles Holler, Rick Bowell, Steve Bobot, Gary Conroy, Jerry Marmie. Row 3-Roger Cherulsini, Dick Debe- voise, Dick Lewis, Bob Fitch, Charles Warden, Bob Gearharl, Bill Cashdollar, John Gaul, Brooke Seckle. Newark High School's Hi-Y group moved into a year full of action and good times for members dur- ing the year of i958-59. October 31 started the year's activities for the Y-men as they held a Halloween party which was open to all children of The city. On December 6, several local members attended the area Hi-Y con- ference at Athens. The holiday season featured a Christmas dance on December 23 sponsored by the group. A formal induction was held on March i6 for new members. A car show in May wrapped up the activities of the club for the current year. This year's club, with a membership of 32, had as it officers Jerry Brenhiser, president, Charles Boyd, vice-president, Gary Pidock, treasurer, Richard Charles, secretary, Glenn Vermilion, chaplain, Charles Clark, sergeant-at-arms. Row l,Susie Cree, Julie Mercer, Suellen Sulphen. Row 2-Sue Null, Jackie Ketchum, Sandy Taylor, Barbara Krieder, Teressa Wagner, Jane Pyle, Bonnie Sunkle, Sue Franklin, Sharon Myers, Betsy Oder, Dianna Kerns, Judie Schenk, Sandy, Birky, Janet Cline. Row 3 lthe following rows are on slepsl-Pam Oldham, Bonnie Macklin. Row 4-Sylvia Maddox, Willa Mae Oliver. Row 5-Anita Freytag, Ann Wil- son. Row 6-Sandy Strouse, Carol Martin. Row 7-Barbara Williams, Sandy Leslie. Row 8-linda Woolard, Pal Montinaro. The Gym Leaders Club sponsored a Junior High Basketball Play-Day on January 16, a Co-Ed Vol- leyball Tournament in the Fall, and a program of teacher's recreation. Members of the club also helped with officiation in physical education classes. Mrs. Joseph Carlo was the adviser of the club which had thirty-two members. The officers were Julia Mercer, president, Susie Cree, vice-president, and Suellen Sutphen, secretary-treasurer. lTop panell Row 'l--Julia Mercer, Mary Twinem, Jayne Steiner. Row 2-Judy Baumgardner, Mary Lou Piper, Judy Hausman, Diane Harmon, Judy Gard. Row 3-Suzanne Blamer, Judy Schenk, Suellen Sutphen,, Sandy Strouse, Sue Cree, Sylvia Maddox. Row 4-Susie Scott, Janet Cline, Diana Kern, Sally Shields, Barbara Brown, Alice Clark. Row 5-Diana Douglas, Sandy Birkey, Carole Boyling, Connie Phillips, Sally Cowles, Beth Ann Belter. Row 6-Sue Goodwin, Carol Sue Kinney, Judy John, Sue Landefeld, Marilyn Boyling. Row 7-Judy Senff, Judy Humes, Kay Swart, Susie Null, Julie Ketner, Beth Ann Powell. lBottom panell Row 'l-Janet Baker, Brenda Waddell, Mary Phares, Judy Moorman, Jackie Ketchum. Row 2-June Goff, Judy Rey, Susan Rada, Jean Keylor, Connie Stricker. Row 3-Sandy Morrison, Diane Jacobs, Janet Hill, Marguerite Fisher. Row 4-Sue Hupp, Sandy McCartney, Yvonne Yockey, Deanne Hannum, Shirley Fulton. Row 5-Joyce Vermilion, Julia Soucek, Bonnie Egnew, Cynthia Dowling, Patty Vargo. Row 6-Mary Kay Lippincott, Carol Chase, Mary Anna Enich, Christine Crist, Susan Joy Hupp, Betsy Oder. Row 7-Melynda Rockey, Francis Gaskella, Ruth Strawn, Sandy Scaffide, Linda Rechel. CArTicIe will be found on page l8lJ lTop panel, Row 'I-Nancy Crist, Teresa Wagner, Linda Pickeii, Barbara Kreider. Row 2-Bonnie Macklin, Lois Rey, Joellen Klein, Sherry Bantell, Sandy Laird. Row 3-Charlotte Lewis, Phyllis Eagan, Linda Kornbauer, Joyce Weakley, Anita Freyfag. Row 4-Luanne Handel, Sandy Leslie, Bonnie Sunkle, Rulh Coffman. Row 5-Barb Williams, Jerilyn Drake, Carol Reid, Pal Monlonaro, Carol Beeney. CSummary of year on Page 1831 lBoMom panel, Row 'I-Sue Franklin, Sandy Cline, Judy Helphrey, Barbara Kennedy. Row 2-Linda Buckey, Judy DeFrance, Jane Pyle, Kay Kinsey. Row 3-Mary McCann, linda Anderson, Rody Mae Bowman, Connie Hickman. Row 4-Sharon Smith, Sue Drumm, Ruth Acton, Janice Wolford, Row 5- Paggy Packham, Peggy Chapman, Barb Conner, Kafhy Harris. SOPHOMORE Y-TEENS 1 lTop panelj Row 'l-Debbie Campbell, Lyn Reed, Alfreda Hall, Joyce Courson, Suzanne Morris, Sally Shauffer, Linda Bryan, Judy Peck Mary Lou Dunn, Carol Campbell, Diane Dye, Sally Handel, Linda Grubaugh, Barb Easton. Row 2-Susie Richardson, Betty Lou Rutherford, Jane Skinner, Barb Walker, Sally Eardley, Carol Bonnie, Linda Swartz. Row 3-Emily Hughes, Sally Slay, Judy Ashcraft, Diane Pope, Delores Hufford, Carol Morgan, Ann Jones, Jane Ramsey, Peg Cagney, Winnie Hovis, Nancy Conner, Judy Mercer, Marilyn Smith, Sue Callandar, Shirley Liggett, Sandy McCaig, Norma Osborne, Sandy Leek. I lBottom panell Row l-Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Slay, Sally Erick, Vir- ginia Gressier, Nancy Boyd, Marcia Conner, Sandy Rine, Elsa Devaul, Rosemary Crowley. Row 2-Susan VanVoorhis, Doris Cline, Toni Taylor, Betty Cass, Sandra Crawford, Anna Howard, Carol Billett, Kathleen Baggs, Gizella Baacskay, Anita Lewis. Row 3-Sue Johnson, Sandy Glaggaw, Vivian Ludholtz, Carol Children, Molly Barrett, Martha lmhoff, Barb Bazler. Row 4- Kay Ables, Judy Holton, Judy Wilson, Sandra Wilson, Vivian Shannon, Diane Barzan, Lyn Corby, Jane Farmer, Linda Rauck, Criss Ree, Barb Giensler, Sally Vaughn, Vickie Trimble, Gloria Helphrey, Pal Harris, Carol Burris. The Sophomore Y-Teens Club was advised by Mrs. Wilma Slay. The officers were Sally Erick, president, Virginia Gressier, vice-president, Nancy Boyd, secre- tary, Marcia Conner, treasurer, Sandy Rine, sergeant at arms. The club had a party Februry 14, with a dime donation going to the March of Dimes. The girls rendered their services for the Jaycees' YWCA Pancake Day. At Christmas the club bought gifts for a needy Newark family. 130 PTA Officers for the Parent Teachers Asosciation this year were Mr Luther Hanshue, president, Mrs. Carl J. Ankele, first vice-president, Mr. Frew C. Boyd, second vice-president, Mrs. Reginald Roberts, secre- tary, and Mrs. Grace Ryder, treasurer. Mrs. H. E Runkle, membership chairman, re- ported a total of 801 members. This was the same number of members as there were last year. BAND PARENTS The Band Parents is an organization to assist Mr. Myron Pearce in developing a well rounded music program. The officers were Mr. Don Cameron, president, Mr. Frank Davidson, vice-pr-esident, Mr. Joe Mitchell, treasurer, Mrs. Joe Mitchell, corre- sponding secretary, Mrs. Thelma Holcombe record- ing secretary. The organization sponsored a dance to raise money for new uniforms for the members of the band. 131 amvmcis 133 Don't tell me NHS doesn't have any beauties! Metamorphosis Our Mr. Frank Pilcher, whom all of you know Was one fine day out watching his large pumpkins grow, When out of the blue there appeared a great wonder: lt was a quaint person, his fairy Godmother. With a wave of her wand, which was quite fundamental She turned a large pumpkin, a feat elemental, Into a big carda Lincoln Continental. -By Carolyn Lonzo who's quite transcendental. David Smith won first place in the Senior General Scholar- ship Test and first place in the Mathematics tests spon- sored by the mathematicians. Edward McGlone received a scholarship as a result of taking the National Scholar- ship Tests while he was a junior. What big legs you have, Grandma This is The Tasfier side of language siudy, as experienced at the Spanish Club picnic. o3'lvo 1 ffep. ' fRa1'!'l""7l ,Q that lf, RVIMME 300 ...MN T5 1 N' 'aft' abbey King-sized hot foot. One, two, three, blow! Marilyn Boyling, Mary Twinem, Julia Mercer, Shalmir Watson, Sandy Blrkey HOMECQMING 1958 Homecoming festivities got under way on Friday, October 24, with the easy defeat of Coshocton by a score of 52 to O. During pre-game ceremonies Julia Mercer was escorted onto the field by Phil Richcreek, Student Council president and drum maior of the band, and was crowned Queen of the i959 Homecoming. She then presented the football to be used in the game to Gene Swartz and Terry Hartshorn, co-captains. Winner of the three floats in the parade was the iunior construction depicting the theme "lt's all in the game," Queen Julia also reigned over the dance the following evening. Her court inclucleol Marilyn Boyling, maid of honorg Shalmir Watson, first at- tendant, Mary Twinem, second attendant, and Sandy Birkey, third attendant. Hail To The Queen! "f?','i Q sf' rw we a Row I Harold Clawson Gerald Brooks Waller Bolton John Ankele Tom Gardner Jack Olpp Row 2 Molly Barrett Kim Thompson Molly Mclaughlin Fred Fryman Susan Colls Dennis Runkle Charles Hollar Mary Twmem Vicki lukasko Joan Simpson Row 3 Gizella Bacskay, Joyce Vermilion, Flory Jones. Full House Sees "Mrs. McThing" One of the finest and largest audiences in recent years witnessed a performance of Mary Chase's Mrs. McThing in the school auditorium during the evening of November l4. In recognition of the thirtieth anniversary of the National Thespian Society and the fifth of the local Troupe l273, members of the NHS group interpreted the various roles of the comedy-fantasy under the direction of Robert C. Hughes. The cast included Kimberley Thompson as Mrs. Howard V. Larue lll, a rich widow, Molly McLaughlin, Carrie, a nurse maid, Molly Bar- rett, Sybil, a parlor maid, Flory Jones, Eva Lewis, a friend, Joyce Vermilion, Maude Lewis, a friend, Gizella Bacskay, Grace Lewis, a friend, Charles Hollar, Nelson, a bodyguard, Fred Fryman, Jarvis, a body- Guard, Harold Clawson, Boy CHowayJ, Gerald Brooks, Chef Ellsworth, Jack Olpp, Virgil, a waiter, Walter Bolton, Dirty Joe, a gangster, Thomas Gardner, Stinker, a gangster, John Ankele, Poison Eddie Shellenback, the chief gangster, Victoria Lukasko, Mimi, a little girl, Dennis Runkel, policeman, .loan Simpson, Mrs. McThing in guise of ugly witch, and Mary Twinem in guise of beautiful witch. 137 ,ww V "5 igli U I Qi 1, :fu '07 Q K mx' x v Xxx Y, Nw xA: an si mn 8 w "" if ,A .... s ,Q f:.3, .,V 1 ,M , 'gk .-,:""5t Mflfyfv res- 3429 Q' 2 122 YA "5 .ef -Sym ,,., . as ,.: 'A ' 1 VV as 7 ' 5 .:. 4 ff! D ., P X , A , . nm? g ? f 15 Q Q, Q, ' . 1 , 2 Q, . -Qs: 26' if 5 A , . LUTE SONG lute Song, a play written in China somewhere in the neigh- borhood of 1350, became the vehicle of the Thespian Troupe 1273 March 13. Authored by Kao-Tong-Kia Cor Tse-Tchingj and directed by Mr. Robert Hughes, the production was dedicated to the memory of Jeffrey Coelho. The cast read as follows: The Manager, who is also Tchang, Jack Dickerson, Tsai-Yong, brilliant scholar, Jack Shumaker, Tsai, his father, Tom Leighton, Madame Tsai, his mother, Susan Collis, Tchao-Ou-Niang, his bride- Karen Myers, Prince Nieou, Preceptor of the Emperor, Phil Vaughn, Princess Nieou-Chi, his daughter, Mary Anna Enich, Si-Tchun, her waiting-woman, Linda Picket, Governess, her attendant, Joyce Vermilion, Li-Wang, attendant of the Prince, Dave Leidy, Youen,Kong, Stewardess, Joan Simpson, Marriage Broker, old woman, Sharon Boyer, Imperial Chamberlain, Court Official, Torn Gardner, Food Commissioner, provincial of- ficial, Harold Clawson, Holy Man, a pilgrim, John Ankele, First Priest, Jack Fulton, Second Priest, Terry Coates, Beggars, Phyllis Hamann, Linda Sipe, Tom Richardson, Steve Groban, Servant of the Prince, Becky Davidson, First Clerk, Richard Keim, Second Clerk, Charles Hollar, Bonze, Ralph Roan, Messenger, Steve Groban, Secretary to Tsai-Yong, Jack Olpp, Gardener, Tom Rich- ardson, Old Man, Tom Richardson. Carol Myers served as student director and Harold Clawson as stage manager. DEBRIS LITTERS FENCE AND FIELD IIAK ll lBy classroom rowsl Row 1-Mary Hornyak, Gary Palmer Jones, Sandy Strouse. Row 2-Janet long, Vickie lukasko, Mary Phares, Hal Snow, Mike Snyder, Mr. Spencer. Row 3-Suellen Sutphen, Sharon Thompson, Gertrude Vredenburg, Barbara Kreider, Jackie Ketchum. RUSSIAN CLASS The Newark school system, recognizing the need year with thirteen enrollees. Mr. Frank Spencer, for a greater and more varied language program, Jr., was instructor. All these students are taking instituted a Russian class for iuniors and seniors. Russian as a fifth sublect. Beginning on September 22, l958, with nine Colleges and universities will accept the credit seniors and five juniors, the class concluded the earned in the course. BAND GIVES EIGHTEENTH CONCERT The Newark public school's f eighteenth A n n u a I Spring Band Conc-ert, the twelfth under director Myron Pearce, assisted by Thomas Bynum and MCed by John Fisher, was held April 9 and TO in the Auditorium Theatre. Part one of the program consisted of the Beginners Band, Cadet Band, and Junior High Band each playing several numbers. Mr. Fisher took over while the stage was being prepared for the Newark Senior High Concert Band. The Senior Band's theme was "Day Dreaming." Selections played were a concert march "My Hero," Alford, an overture "Mirella," Gounod: "Three Gaybriellos," Baines, a cornet trio consisting of Gary Sams, Robert Callander, and Geof- 140 frey Danner, selections from Oklahoma, Rodgers, "Colonel Bogey" Alford, "Maracaibo," Morrissey, "Parade of the Wooden SoIdiers," Morrissey, "Clari- net Polka," Bennett, played by a clairnet quartet composed of Jim Redman, Eleanor Brown, Sally Howell, and Allen Pound, "And SuddenIy," Baroni, "Serenade for a Picket Fence," Leyden, featuring Sue McDonad on the marimba, "On The MaIl," Goldman, and "The Stars and Stripes Forever," Sousa, featuring Marilyn Crebs playing the piccolo. The theme music concluded the program. Arbor Day 1958 Ernie Kuhn, president of the student council, plants one of the two dogwood trees presented to the school by Albyns Nursery. Mr. Boyd Ioolzs on during ceremoney on April 25, 1958. CHOIR PRESENTS EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL 'CONCERT Members of the NHS Choir presented their eighteenth annual concert on May I and 2 in the school auditorium. Wayne D. Thomas directed and Susan Hupp, Sylvia Maddox, and Mary Lou Tims accompanied at the piano. The Girls' Glee Club opened Part I of the pro- gram with "How Do I Love Thee, "Lippe, and con- tinued with "The Star," Rogers, "It Might As Well Be Spring," Rodgers, and "My Johann," Grieg. The Sophomore Girls Ensemble then rendered "The Moon Bridge," Price. The Glee Club then con- tinued with Suabian Folk Tune," Bell, "With a Hay and a Hi and a Ho, Ho, Ho," Mizzy, "Musetta's Waltz Song," Puccini, and "Giannina Mia," Friml. Part II opened with the Mixed Choir singing "Show Me Thy Way, O Lord," Thompson, and "Save Us, O Our God," Foltz Richard Pimm, tenor, then sang "I Love Life," Bana-Zucca. The Senior Girls' Ensemble sang "GIory Be to God," Berger, and "How Merrily We Live," Este. The Choir continued with "Rocka My SouI!" Cain, and "CIimin' Up the Mountain," Smith. Earl Loar, baritone, con- tinued the program with "Tommy, Lad" Margetson. The Boys' Double Quartet offered "Elijah Rock," Hairston, "This Train," O'Hara, and "King Jesus Is a Listenin'," Stanton. The Choir then sang "Cindy," Wilson, and "Are You?" Sandoual, the latter featur- ing Jane Kirk as soloist. The Junior Girls' Ensem- ble followed with a two-number medley that in- cluded "LoIIipop" and "Shangri-La-" James Moore then sang a baritone solo "By the Bend of the River," Edwards. The Choir concluded the program with selections from My Fair Lady, Loewe. 141 THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING The Whole Town's Talking was The farce offered by The local Thespian Troupe on May 23, l958, as The players' final offering of The year. AuThored by John Emerson and AniTa Loos, This play was offered in The spoT gen- erally devoTed To The senior play. Row 'I-Linda Pickett, Linda Sipe, Harold Duckett, Karen Myers, Carol Myers, Flory Jones. Row 2- Jeanette Renick, Harold Clawson, Kim Thompson, larry Bryson, Connie Collins, Jim Reed, Jackie Ketchum, Bruce Wood. JUNIGR-SENIOR PROM Connie STrouse was crowned queen of The Junior-Senior Prom aT eleven o'clock in The evening of May 24 aT The NaTional Guard Armory. Phil Richcreek, presidenf of The Junior Class and newly elecTed presidenT of STudenT Council, performed The acT of coronaTion. ATTendanTs To The queen were Linda MarTin, Maid of Honor, Ann Trexel, 142 Joyce Eifinger, and JaneT Cunningham. Couples danced To The music of The Wayne Gam- men OcTeT. During The inTermission, a high school quarTeT composed of James Redman, John Knech- Tges, Gary Sams, and Alford Haga, calling Them- selves The "Available Four," sang several songs. BACCALAUREATE SERVICE At 2:30 in the afternoon of June 1, 1958, the Class of 1958 filed into the high school auditorium to the strains of "The Valiant Knight," Woodhouse, played by the high school orchestra and conducted by Irving McPhail. The Reverend Dwight P. Saum of the Apostolic Church, Kirkersville, gave the In- vocation. The orchestra followed with the number "The Fair of Sorochinsk," Moussorgsky. The choir under Wayne Thomas then sang "To Thee We Sing," Tkach. The Reverend D. W. Donaghue of the Maple Avenue Christian Union Church delivered the bac- calaureate sermon, which he entitled "Maiestic Mariners." The choir followed with "Psalm 150," Lewandowski. Mr. Saum gave the Ben-ediction and the orchestra repeated the Woodhouse number as the class left the packed room. Serving as escorts for the class were Janet Cline and Suellen Sutphen. Ushers were Robert Dragics, Edward McGlone, Peter Pharis, David Smith, James Smith, David Sperry, Larry Urban, and Bruce Wood. COMMENCEMENT Thursday, June 5, dawned clear. After rising, th-e sun shone brightly and gave promise of a beau- tiful spring day. Everyone manifested happiness that the commencement exercises were in all probability to be held at White Field, where senior practice had been held Tuesday afternoon. The only dispensers of gloom were the weathercasters, who predicted rain to enter Central Ohio late in the afternoon. However, speculators stated that, gen- erally speaking, rain hit only once in every seven years at commencement. At 3:15 in the afternoon Mr. Boyd and two fac- ulty members noted that there were clouds in the sky to the southward. Mr. Boyd sighed that there were yet three hours to pass before commence- ment time. And then at 4:45 the rains came. At 5:00 Mr. Southard announced by means of radio station WCLT that the commencement would be held in the high school auditorium at 8:15. By 5:25 the rain had ceased and the sun had managed to peer out between clouds. Promptly at 8:15 Mr. Kingery turned over the long line of graduates to escort Janet Cline and Suellen Sutphen, and they led the members of the Class of 1958 to their seats as the band, under the direction of Myron Pearce, played the usual "Pomp and Circumstance," Elgar. The Reverend D. W. Donaghue of the Maple Avenue Christian Union Church uttered the Invo- cation and the band followed with the selection "A Beguine-Maracaibo," Morrissey. Dr. Harold L. Yochum, president of Capital Uni- versity, delivered the class address ,using as his subject "A Sign in the Sky." He built his address around the satellite and used it as a symbol of other signs for the graduates to consider. Superintendent Thomas B. Southard then made the presentation of awards after which President of the Board of Education Stacy C. Conrad presented the class their diplomas. Mr. Donaghue gave the Benediction and the class retired to Elgar's Victorian march. The ceremony was shortened somewhat for the first time this year by means of having students with perfect attendance, names of students in the National Honor Society, seniors in the Student Council, and members of the editorial staff, the business staff, and the patrons staff of the Reveille Annual printed on the program, thereby eliminating the past custom of having them introduced by standing as their names were read. The overflow crowd stood around the walls of the auditorium and sat in several home rooms that were opened and into which was piped the pro- gram. 143 FINAL ASSEMBLY At 1:20 in The afternoon of June 6 the final as- sembly ofthe school year 1957-1958 got underway. Ernest Kuhn, retiring president of Stud-ent Coun- cil, led the Pledge to the Flag and Janice McClain followed with a prayer of St. Francis of Assisi. Mr. Boys then Took over The proceedings and wished The Class of 1958 well and complimented The group on its splendid commencement. Mr. Owen Landis was Then called upon to pre- sent The Veterans of Foreign Wars good sports- manship award To Tom Myers. Next Mr. Paul Har- low presented The Agonis Club award, which is given annually but which was given aT This assem- bly for The first time, to Ed Erick. Mr. Harlow an- nounced that requirements a recipient must ful- fill are an academic average of B and ownership of Three varsity letters. The award is a plaque. There followed a flurry of activity as one of The Matthews boys, a photographer from The Advocate, attempted a shot of Mr. Landis, Mr. Harlow, Tom, and Ed. With much waving of arms and general dashing around Two shots were successfully made and The proceedings then continued. To Joyce Eifinger was then presented a Liberal Arts Scholarship Award from the Woman's Bene- fit Association. Mrs. Ailine Ricciardo, presid-ent, made The presentation. Also attending from the Association were Mrs. Rose Jelinek, state field di- rector, Mrs. Bertha Bourse, treasurer, and a Mrs. Hamilton Mr. Maxwell Kipp Douglas, director of the New- ark Branch of OSU, next stepped forward and for the first time before the assembly presented full scholarships of S450 to Barbara McKim, James Red- man, and Jerry Wolfe, scholarship of S225 to Philip Miller, Carole Whitis, and Donald Urban, and scholarships of S150 To Ernest Kuhn and John Knechtges. Mr. Boyd then presented to David Swick a certificate of scholastic achievement from the University of Cincinnati. lSwick had received a scholarship from the University but had already been ordered to report to the United States Acad- emy at West Point on July 1.1 Barbara Drumm, Linda Hornung, and Anne Seckel next received scholarships to Bowling Green State University. Emilie Neff and Richard Hoback re- ceived admissions with honor to Miami University. Receiving student aid from Ohio Wesleyn University were Judith Pyle and William Craig. Mr. Boyd an- nounced that he had heard that Suzanne Deming had received a scholarship from The Ohio State Uni- versity. lAfter school had been dismissed, Mr. Boyd also received word that Betty Goddard like- wise had received a scholarship from the same in- stitution. Mr. T. Edwyn Dickerson next presented the Reese Debate Award for a sophomore to John Ankele. Mr. Dickerson then told the assembly that the Wild- cat debate team this year had ranked third in the state. Introducing Sally Plummer as high-point Ed Erick holding Agonis award, Mr. Landis presenting V.F.W. award to Tom Myers and Mr. Harlow looking despondently at the audience fPicture by courtesy of the Newark Advocatej debaTer, he Then Turned his parT of The proceedings over To her. She in Turn presenTed To The school a cerTificaTe from Heidelberg College for Newark's placing second There, a Trophy from MiddleTown for placing firsT in Division C There, and a roTaTing Trophy for winning division "A" from CanTon Mc- Kinley. Miss Anne Rodgers nexT presenTed To CharloTTe Miller an award for excellence in Spanish. Because of The closen-ess in grades of several of her sTudenTs, Miss Rodgers had To check back Through all TesTs Taken over The pasT Two years To ascerTain who had earned The award. Mr. Wilbur Powers Then presenTed To David SmiTh a medal for The highesT mark made in maThe- maTics of any sTudenT aT NHS in a conTesT sponsored by The MaThemaTics AssociaTion of America. Mr. Roberf Deafenbaugh nexT presenTed an award To RoberT Asbell, presidenT of Hi-Y for The pasT year, for The local club which had been designaTed by The Ohio Council of YMCA as an honor club. Mr. RoberT Rose gave "leTTers" To John Hendricks, Rich- ard Wallace, David Lewis, and BrenT Conaway for Their ouTsTanding work in The Audio-Visual Club as The resulT of Their having given many hours of Their Time To classroom acTiviTy. Mrs. Mona Carlo followed wiTh leTTers and com- menTs concerning The girls inTramural program. She poinTed ouT ThaT There had been 560 girls in The program which included inTramural baskeTball and volleyball. She called upon Judy Schenk To give leTTers To members of The winning volleyball Vincos Team and The winning baskeTball WildcaTs Team. Mr. Harow reTurned To call upon his mile relay Team, which was The besT combinaTion aT The Mansfield Relays which numbered T32 Teams from AA schools. Roger MeTcalf made The presenTaTion To Mr. Boyd. Mr. Harlow wenT on To poinT ouT ThaT The mile relay Team finished Third in The sTaTe. Roger MeTcalf was second in The sTaTe in The 4-40 wiTh a Time of 49.3. The relay Team was composed of Roger MeTcalf, Jerry Bishop, Tom Myers, and James Leslie. A Trophy for Third place in The Muskingum Relays was presenTed by William Lonzo. Jess Kinser Then gave Th-e COL championship Trophy To The school. Mr Harlow Told his boys To pick up Their leTTers in The gym affer assembly. Mr. Harold Prugh followed wiTh The presenTing of numeral awards To The Reserve Track Team which numbered sevenTeen boys, mosTly sophomores. The Reserve Track squad was a new organizaTion This year. To Granger McKinney and RoberT Orr CThe laTTer in abseniiaj Mr. James Allen presenTed varsiTy baseball leTTers. There was no varsiTy Team This year, buT There were six inTramural Teams. These Two seniors meT The requiremenTs for a varsiTy leTTer, which is given To a boy who has parTicipaTed Three years on an inTramrual Team. NexT Mr. Douglas reTurned To presenT his win- ning golf combinaTion, whilch included James Rich- ardson, Thomas TooThman, Terry King, and James Berry. No. 1 golfer, James Richardson, presenTed The COL championship Trophy To NHS. This year marked The firsT year That N-ewark golfers had won The COL meeT. Mr. Harlow announced a physically-fiT program which is To be given aT The summer playgrounds aT which There will be aT leasT on-e coach each. AT EvereTT Field There will be a lighTed area which will offer nighT baskeTball, Tennis, and square danc- ing. Unike several years ago, sTudenTs responded wiTh a good round of applause in appreciaTion of The work of The faculTy. ErnesT Kuhn Then Turned The gavel of STudenT Council over To Phillip Rich- cr-eek, The new prexy. In Turn Richcreek presenTed Kuhn wiTh a service pin. Following, Roger Bald- ing, presidenT of The Class of 1958, sTepped for- ward and presenTed a check for sevenTy dollars To The school for parT paymenT on a conelrad radio sysTem. He Then called Mr. Gordon Kingery To The sTage and presenTed him wiTh a check for sevenTy- five dollars To be puT inTo The Treasury of Th-e Reveille Review. This final gifT marked The end of The assembly, and sTudenTs filed back To home rooms for The "last" word. ..., nw, . ..., ,J 3 5 5 l r-....--ui Tr-....--1 145 SPORTS TRACK SUMMATION According to Mr. Paul Harlow, New- ark High School has been rapidiy de- veloping a better track team. This fact is due to the help of Denison University. For the past two years Denison University has been allowing Newark High to prac- tice four nights a week at the Field House. This help has enabled Newark to compete with schools which have a heavy population of Negro athletes. Negro athletes today are making good track participants. Three high schools which do very well in track are Spring- field, Mansfield and Cleveland East Tech. In these schools at least 1 twenty out of twenty- five athletes are Negroes However, an interesting observation is that New- ark won its first home football game 24 to O against highly rated Co- lumbus East which was made up almost entirely of Negro athletes. For the past ten years Newark a nd Marietta have had the best track teams in the Central Ohio League because of wi n te r practice. The other schools in the league, which are usual- ly good in other sports, are comparatively poor in track because of no winter facilities. For instance ,Coshocton has no team, Zanesville has none, and Lancaster and Chillicothe have only fair records. On April 6, 1958, Newark started the season off right with a victory over Worthington, who came in second, and Western Reserve, who finished third. Newark captured five firsts in this meet. At the next meet four days later New- ark downed Upper Arlington 80 to 38. Eleven first were captured here out of a possible 14 events. On April 14, Newark outlasted Worth- ington with more seconds and thirds Both teams were tied with seven firsts apiece. The final outcome showed New- ark with 79 points, Worthington with 39. The biggest high school relay at Mans- field followed on April 19. There were 130 schools present representing five states. Newark scored six points with Row 1-.lim Crane, Virgil Morgan, Jerry Bishop, Bill Myers, Gary Jones, Dave Marzano. Row 2-Dick Charles, Bill lonzo, Brad Williams, Sian Gibson, Bob Ando, Gary lnlow, Dave Powell. Row 3-Jim Leslie, Gene Knight, Dan Farrington, Ed Erick, Gary Bolen, McKinney, Gene Swartz. one first in the mile relay. The event was run one second over the record 3:3l.4. ' Newark traveled to Columbus North on April 17. Columbus Central won the meet in the last event. Newark was second and Columbus North last. New- ark captuerd six firsts in this meet. Next came the meet at White Field with the Lancaster Golden Gales. The event took place on April 29 at which time New- ark slaughtered Lancaster 100 to 18. Newark won Thirteen out of fourteen possible events. Newark dropped their first dual meet in ten years by losing to Columbus East on May 1. The final score was East 73Vz and Newark 42V2. East won ten events while Newark won only four. On May 10 the Newark High School thinclads traveled to New Concord to take part in the 15th annual Muskingum Relays. The Cats, in scoring 25 points, finished in a tie for third place with Columbus Central. Akron North won the meet with 34 points, followed by Cleveland East Tech, with 27 tallies. Newark took two firsts in this meet. The Harlowmen regained the Central Ohio League championship on May 7 by scoring 101 Terry Hartshorn, Gene Thompson, larry Jones, John Klein, Terry Myers, Hughes, .less Kinser, Tom Worlman, Clyde Bartlett, Gary Debevoise, Fred Ike Myers, larry Urban, Roger Metcalf, Don Dorn, Dick Bibart, Granger points to defending champion Marietta's 49V2 points. Chillicothe finished with 34M points, and Lancaster was fourth with 29W points. New- ark had little trouble in rolling up 101 points in winning nine first places. This was Paul Har- low's fifth championship in six years. On May 13 the Newark High thinclads downed Columbus West 88 to 30. Newark had little trouble winning this meet. The Cats won all but one event, the high hurdles. On May 17 Paul Harlow's track team attended the Central District Track and Field Meet at Ohio Wesleyan University and brought home a record for the weekend. The mile relay team of Jerry Bishop, Tom Myers, Roger Metcalf, and Jim Leslie took first in the event and broke the rec- ord of 3:27.41 set by Columbus Central in 1928 by running the event in a time of 3:25. Newark placed third in the meet with 34172 points. Roger Metcalf ran the fastest quarter mile ever to be run by any Newark High School ath- lete at the annual 'State Field and Track meet, staged at Ohio State University on May 23 and 24. His time was 49.3. Participating in their last meet for Newark were Jerry Bishop, Larry Jones, Bill Lonzo, Jess Kinser, Jim Leslie, Ike Myers, and Granger Mc- Kinney-all who graduated in June. TRACK SEASON OFFICIALLY HERE By Tom Myers, Class of '58 Newark opened the 1958 track sea- son on March 10 by competing in the Denison University High School Meet. Although no official score was kept, the thinclads placed second to Springfield. .lerry Bishop and Roger Metcalf led the thinclads in this meet. Jerry placed second in both the broad jump and the 180 low hurdles. He also ran on the second place mile relay team and the first place sprint relay team. Roger won the 440-yard dash and anchored the mile relay team. Those boys running on the relay teams were .lerry Bishop, Jim Leslie, Bill Myers and Roger Metcalf on the second place mile relay team, and Bill Lonzo, Jim Les- lie, ,less Kinser, and Jerry Bishop on the first place sprint relay team. The sprint relay team also set a new Denison Field- house record. 'CATS START OFF RIGHT On April 6, the Newark thinclads won their first outdoor meet of the season. Although only winning five first places, they were enough to pull them to a victory. Worthington was second, while Western Reserve Academy of Cleveland followed with third. Newark got most of their points by taking many seconds and thirds. The score of the meet was 90-84-37. Roger Metcalf won the 400-yard dash, Tom 149 Wortman won the pole vault, and Granger McKinney took first in the discus. Newark's other firsts were the mile and 880-yard relay teams. Those boys on the mile relay team were Roger Metcalf, Jim Leslie, Tom Myers, and Jerry Bishop. Running on the 880-yard relay team were Bill Lonzo, Bill Myers, Jess Kinser, and Tom Myers. HARLOWMEN DOWN UPPER ARLINGTON Newark won its second meet of the season by down- ing Upper Arlington 80 to 38. The thinclads found little trouble in winning 11 out of 14 events. Jerry Bishop was individual high scorer with HM: points. He won the broad iump, the 100-yard dash, and ran on the 880-yard and mile relay teams. Ed Erick scored 10 points by winning both the 180 low hurdles and the 120 high hurdles. The meet was run on April 10. NEWARK DOWNS WORTHINGTON For the second time in two weeks Worthington came to town to test the strength of the Newark thinclads and were defeated a second time at the hands of the same 'Cats. Newark and Worthington both won seven events, but New- ark scored more on seconds and thirds than did Worth- ington. The final score was 79' to 39 with Newark on top. Ed Erick scored 10 points for the 'Cats by winning both the 120 high hurdles and the 180 low hurdles. New- ark's mile and 880-yard relay teams each scored a first place as did Tom Wortman in the pole vault and Gene Knight in the shot put. Granger McKinney took first in the discus to end the first places for the 'Cats. The meet was staged on April 14. COLUMBUS CENTRAL DEFEATS NEWARK AND NORTH On April 17, Newark traveled to Columbus North to take part in a triangular meet with Columbus North and Columbus Central. Although the winner wasn't determined until the last event, when Littlefield of Central won the pole vault, his win meant the defeat of the 'Cats by 1M points. The score ended up with Central 72M, Newark 71, and North 59W. John Klein, Terry Hartshorn, Tom Wortman Jerry Bishop was the in- dividual high scorer for the 'Cats with 24 points. He won the 100, 220, the broad iump and the 180 low hurdles. Jim Leslie and Tom Myers ran a dead heat for first in the 440. The only other first came in the mile relay with Dave Adams, Jim Leslie, Tom Metcalf running the event. 150 Ed Erick, Larry Jones, and Clyde Bartlett NEWARK EARNS SIX AT MANSFIELD RELAYS The Mansfield Relays were held on April 19 at Mansfield, Ohio. This relay is the biggest high school relay in the United States. This year there were about 130 schools representing Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and indiana. Last year Newark scored one point, but this year leaped to six points. The six points came in the win- ning of the mile relay. Those running on the mile relay team were Jerry Bish- op, Jim Leslie, Tom Myers, and Roger Metcalf. The time of this event was 3:31.4, only one second more than the relays' record. LANCASTER IS SLAUGHTERED The week before the COL meet, Lan- caster's Golden Gales came to White Field to test the strength of the thin- clads. The Gales found the 'Cats too strong and went home slaughtered by a score of 100 to 18. This meet took place on April 29. Newark won thir- teen of fourteen events. Lancaster's only win came in the discus. Jerry Bishop was high man with 18 points. He won the broad iump, 180 low hurdles, and the 440. THINCLADS BOW TO COLUMBUS EAST The Newark thinclads dropped their first dual meet in two years by losing to Brad Williams,. Don Dorn, Gary Bolen Columbus EasT on May 1. The final score was EasT 72W, Newark 42W. EasT won Ten evenTs while Newark Took four. Newark's finish came when Bishop won The 440-yard run and The broad iump. Ed Erick won The 180 low hurdles while The 'CaTs mile relay Team of Adams, Leslie, Tom Myers, and Metcalf Took firsT. 'CATS REGAIN COL TITLE Paul Harlow's Newark High Thinclads regained The COL championship on May 7 by scoring 101 poinTs To de- fending champion MarieTTa's 49V2 poinTs, ChillicoThe fin- ished Third wiTh SAM poinTs, and LancasTer was fourTh wiTh 29W poinTs. Newark had liTTle Trouble in rolling up 101 poinTs in winning nine firsT places. This was Harlow's fifTh championship in six years. The highlighi of The meeT came when Roger MeTcalf won The 880-yard run and broke The record seT by Miller of Newark in 1948. Miller's Time was 2:56, MeTcalf's was 2:47. Jerry Bishop was leading scorer wiTh 19M poinTs. He won The broad iump, 100-yard dash, 180 low hurdles, and anchored The mile relay Team. Newark's oTher firsT places were garnered by Ed Erick in 120 high hurdles, Bill Lonzo in The 220-yard dash and Gene KnighT in The shoT puT. Tom WorTman won The pole vaulT, and Gary Bolen and Don Dorn Tied wiTh Two oThers in The high jump. The CaT's 880- yard relay Team of STan Gibson, Bill Lonzo, Jess Kinser, and Bill Myers Took firsT as did The mile relay Team of Dave Adams, Jim Leslie, Tom Myers, and Jerry Bishop. 'CATS TIE AT MUSKINGUM RELAYS On May 10 The NHS Thinclads Traveled To New Concord To Take parT in The 15Th annual Muskingum Relays. The 'CaTs, in scoring 25 poinTs, finished in a Tie for Third place wiTh Columbus CenTral. Akron NorTh won The meeT wiTh 34 poinTs, followed by Cleveland EasT Tech wiTh 27 Tallies. Newark won boTh The 880 and mile relay, while finish- ing second in The broadiump as Jerry Bishop leaped 21 feeT Three inches. Roger MeTcalf placed second in The 440 and Jerry Bishop placed second in The 180 low hur- dles. Tom WorTman finished in a five-way Tie for sec- ond place in The pole vaulT. The WildcaT shuTTle relay Team 151 u 1+ 'Wav ' -Aww . H aw....:cwN M.-ff-v -w'.,,y,,e-.uw-m ':'wawn.w,Mfw vue, 152 Jerry Bishop, Jim Leslie, Tom Myers, and Roger Metcalf of Larry Jones, Tom Myers, Brad Williams and Ed Erick goT fourTh. Those boys running on New- ark's winning 880-relay Team were Bill Lonzo, Tom Myers, Jess Kinser and Jerry Bishop. Running on Th-e mile-relay Team were Jerry Bishop, Jim Leslie, Tom Myers, and Roger MeTcalf. The mile relay was run in a Time of 3:26.8 only 7f1O of a sec- ond from The record seT in 1955 by Akron CenTral. HARLOWMEN TOPPLE COLUMBUS WEST On May 13 The NHS Thinclads downed Colum- bus WesT 88 To 30. Newark had liTTle Trouble winning This meeT. The 'Cafs won all buT one when The Cowboys won The 120 high hurdles. Roger Mefcalf sTarred in This meeT. He won The mile and 880- yard runs. His 2104.5 Time in The half mile broke his own rec- ord seT a week before, which was 2:04.8. NEWARK LORDS THIRD IN CENTRAL DISTRICT MEET On May 17 Paul Harlow's Track Team aTTended The Cen- Tral DisTricT Track and Field MeeT aT Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versify and broughT home a rec- ord for The weekend of acTiviTy. The mile relay Team of Jerry Bishop, Tom Myers, Roger MeT- calf, and Jim Leslie Took a firsT in The evenT and broke The rec- ord of 3.27.4 seT by Columbus Cenfral in 1928 by running The evenT in a Time of 3:25. Newark placed Third in The meeT wTih a ToTal of 34M1. Co- lumbus EasT won The meeT wiTh 37 poinTs, followed by Worth- ingTon wiTh 35Vz. There were TwenTy-nine Teams in The field. Thinclads from Newark who placed in The meeT were William Lonzo, fourTh, in a Time of 10.4 Jess Kinser, fifTh, in a Time of 10.4+ in The 100-yard dash. iKinser was so close behind Lon- zo in This evenT ThaT The iudges could make liTTle disTincTion wiTh Their Time pieces beTween The Two runners oTher Than The fact ThaT Lonzo was a breaTh ahead of Kinserjy The 880 relay Team of Jerry Bishop, William Lonzo, Tom Myers, and Jess Kinser firsT in a Time of 1:31.6, iusf Three-TenThs away from The record held by Colum- bus CenTral since 1950, Roger Me-Tcalf a firsT in The 440-yard dash in a Time of 50.9, seven-TenThs from The record of 50.2 made in 1949 by Columbus Cen- Tral and equaled in 1954 by Delaware Willis, Jerry Bishop a fifTh in The broad iump wiTh a leap of TwenTy-one feeT Two inches, Gene KnighT a fifTh in The shoT puT wiTh a heave of forTy-seven feeT five Granger McKinney, Gene Swarfz, Gene Knight inches, Jerry Bishop a fourth in the 180 low hur- dles in a time of 20.3, Don Dorn in a three-way tie for fifth in the high iump with a leap of five feet ten inches, Jess Kinser a fourth in the 220-yard dash in a time of 22.7 and William Lonzo a fifth in the same event in a time of 23.0, and Tom Wortman a first in the pole vault with a leap of twelve feet, iust five and one-half inch'es away from the record of twelve feet 5M inches set in 1940 by Columbus North. METCALF POUNDS TRACK AT STATE MEET Roger Metcalf ran the fastest quarter mile ever to be run by an NHS athlete at the annual State Field and Track meet, staged at OSU on May 23 and 24. His time was 49.3. The mile relay team of Roger Metcalf, Jerry Bishop, Tom Myers, and James Leslie also copped a third. INTRAMU RAL ATHLETIC CCDNTESTANTS In the picture at the left Roger Mitchell was the winner of the intramural tennis competition in the fall by defeating Phil Richcreek in the finals.. Ron Ecleberry became ping pong champ when he batted Charles Boyd out of the volleying in intramural play. James Richardson captured the golf championship in the intramural field of sixteen boys. These golfers batted the ball over the turf during the open- ing months of school. In the picture at the right Cecil Steele, Terry Hol- ton, Horace Campbell in the first row, and Julia Mercer, Frances Black, and Donna Storey were members of the intramural co-ed volleyball cham- pionship team. 153 -CII S Row 'l-Chuck Riebesell, Dick Dudgeon, Pete Pharis, Dick Bibarf, Don Dorn, Brad Williams, Tom Worlman, Jerry Brenhiser, Jim Hamm, Terry Harishorn. Row 2-Mr. Prugh, Mr. Wright, Bob Hendren, .lim Bline, louis Vaia, Bill Hollister, Dave Adams, Frank Sheldon, Virgil Morgan, larry Pagel, .lim Spring. Dave Marzano. I, ii i f The 1958 grid season was one of the best a New- ark team has had in several years. Coach Joe Carlo said that it was the best since he has been head football coach at Newark High. He compared it with the "state champions" of 1948, which was a great honor that he bestowed upon his squad. Two Newark players were interviewed by well- known colleges because of th e i r outstanding athletic ability in football. lowa and the Univ-ersity of Cincinnati were interested in fullback Terry Hartshorn. At the same time Ohio State and Wisconsin approached Gene Swartz about the possibility of attending their schools. Swartz and Hartshorn interestingly enough were the '58 co-captains. The Carlomen set the pace at the pre-season scrim- mage at Mt. Vernon by tying Massillon 6 to 6 and by rolling over the Yellow Jackets three TD's to none and Columbus North 12 to 6. Next they played a scoreless tie against th-e Columbus West Summotion Cowboys. In the final pre-season encounter the 'Cats took a 19-to-6 scrimmage contest over Mans- field Madison. The Newark footballers rolled on through the regular season with only one defeat, and it came at the hands of the Marietta Tigers in the last game of the season. A banquet was held at the Elks in honor of the 1958 co-championship team. Woody Hayes, head coach at The Ohio State University was the guest speaker. This closed a great season. Besides tying with Zanesville for the Champion- ship of the Central Ohio League, the 'Cats also re- mained rather consistently in the top-ten bracket in the state. ln fact, on November 4 they ranked fifth in the state behind Alliance, Marion, Cleveland Cathedral Latin, and Massillon. After the defeat by Marietta, Newark slipped to eleventh in the United Press poll. Fullback Terry Hartshorn was the leading N-ew- ark scorer and ground gain-er during the season. He scored 50 points as a result of carrying the ball 121 times to gain 782 yards to make seven touch- downs, and to acquire eight extra points. Quarter- back Tom Wortman was second best with 48 points. He compiled this record with seven touchdowns and six extra points. Scott Marzano was third, followed by Dave Marzano, Brad Williams, Jack Dickerson and Bob Gerhart, Dick Bibart, Don Dorn, and Gerald Boring. According to Coach Carlo's figures New- ark gained 1,882 yards by rushing to the oppon- ent's 1,389. 1hey outgained their foes 560' to 423 Row I-Gerald Boring, Gene Swartz, Dick Snelling, Jack Shumaker, Don Fee, Ben Rader, Bob Gerhart, Ed Williams, Charles Clark, John Salyer. Row 2-Bill Powell, Scott Marzano, .lack Dickerson, Gary Debevoise, Jeff Roberts, Charles Sullivan, Tom Heisey, Clyde Bartlett, Gene Knight, Mr. Jackson, Mr. Carlo. f 4 . . . Q, 'T-vw ,uf .J 2. YW W .. .f Mew-V-ff .X M...e.Mw..-N--.f emamwwmemwwwrwwvw my .WMM my mach as waging 21.43 1 4.4-4-n'Yi' Jim 5915 Brad Williams Scott mano, Dan Mqygqm Knight Haul Jackson, aSsiSTahTsl in passing and 89 to 80 in passes attempted. The 'Cats completed 46 passes and had eight intercepted. The opposition threw 33 and had eight intercepted. Newark acquired 110 first downs to the opposition's 91 and averaged 34.5 in kicking to 29.1. in scoring the Carlomen averaged 22.3 per game to the oppositions' 5.1. On the All-COL teams, Don Dorn made end, Gene Knight copped tackle for his second year, Dick Snelling landed guard, and Terry Hartshorn earned back on the offensive ag- gregation, and Gene Knight, tackle, Gene Swartz, tackle, Terry Hartshorn, line backer, and Tom Wortman, safety, also for the sec- ond year, landed berths on the defensive com- bination. In the All-Ohio department the AP honored the following Wildcats: Gene Knight, first team tackle, Terry Hartshorn, second team full-back, and Gene Swartz, honorable men- tion. Knight and Hartshorn gained the same hon- ors from the United Press lnternational. Tom Wortman gained honorable mention from this organization. Eighteen seniors took their final bow at the end of the current season. They were Don Dorn, Gene Swartz, Larry Pagel, Dick Snelling, Tom Wortman, Scott Marzano, Brad Williams, Terry Hartshorn, Gene Knight, Dave Adams, Jim Bline, Gerald Boring, Dick Dudgeon, Bob Hendren, Pete Pharis, Jack Shumaker, Lou Vaia, and Jim Spring. Coach Carlo tied for third place with Lowell Storm of Springfield in the "Coach of the Year" recognition by the press in a state- wide Associated Press vote of some 300 coaches, 100 sports writers, and seventy-five officials. Carlo was also picked to represent Ohio at a National Education Association conference in Washington, D.C., on physical fitness in secondary schools. Thus Newark closed another history-mak- ing season in the annals of of NHS football. WILDCATS SPARK A 24-TO-0 VICTORY OVER EAST IN' OPENER The Newark High Wildcats, before a crowd of 4,000 fans, downed the mighty Columbus East Tigers by the score of 24 to 0 at White Field, Friday, September 12. The Carlomen, by means of a vicious ground attack and a tremendous aerial dis- play, chalked up an 18-to-O lead in the first half of play. The 'Cats weren't satisfied with this and tallied again in the last half of the game. The first touchdown was set up by a 57- yard run by Scott Marzano, Then Tom Wort- man plunged into pay dirt from the six-inch line. A Wortman-to-Boring pass gave the 'Cats tvfo -extra points. 156 M Q Q . X Q QUARTERBACKS Tom was-Tmdh, Gdvgvebenigg Tam Hfeieeg g GUARDS Jac! Shunmken Digk"5udliuq, Dave Adovns, Virgil Morgan Terry HarTshorn paved The way for The second six-poinTer wiTh a 35-yard drive. Ter- ry Then blasTed his way up The middle To pick up more exTra poinTs for The 'CaTs. A WorTman-Marzano combinafion paved The way for N-ewark's Third and final Tally. WorT- man picked off an EasT pass and ran iT back To The 24-yard sTripe. Marzano Then shoT Through on a 24-yard scamp To score. WorTman Then sneaked over for Two more exTra counfers. This play ended The scoring for The conTesT. MIDDIES AND 'CATS DEADLOCK 6 TO 6 I The Newark WildcaTs, noTiceably under par because of iniuries, wound up Their game wiTh The MiddleTown Middies in a 6-To-6 Tie aT MiddleTown on SepTember 19. BoTh Teams scored Their Touchdowns in The second period. Newark made The firsT Tally on a 94-yard drive. WorTman ended The drive wiTh a payoff punch from The one. The Middies, however, w-ere noT To be oufdone as They came righf back To score aT The end of a 67-yard march. IT was a iarring baTTle ThroughouT. The Middies began anoTher drive in The fourTh, buT Newark's defense sfopped Them dead on The 'CaTs' four-yard sTripe. WorTman, Marzano, Williams, and HarT- shorn, along wiTh The mighTy Newark forward wall, made The 'CaT TD possible. JusT as Ten years ago, when underdog Newark "defeaTed MiddleTown 13 To 13," in iTs second conTesT of The season, This year underdog Newark "defeaTed MiddleTown 6 To 6" in The 'CaTs' second game of The season. 'CATS BLOT BIG B-LUE RECORD The Newark WildcaTs, in fronT of more Than 5,000 fans, upseT The HamilTon Big Blue by a score of 33 To 14 aT WhiTe Field on SepTem- ber 26. The 'CaTs knocked The HamilTon eleven ouT of The unbeaTen class wiTh a sensa- Tional second-half comeback. The mighTy HamilTon gridders scored in The firsT quarTer for The iniTial eight poinTs. The Big Blue was noT saTisfied, however, and susTained anoTher drive down To The WildcaT's 15, buT The Newark defense TighTened up and sTopped Them. The second half divulged a differenT Tale. The 'CaTs came back in The Third quarTer To score as WorTman sliThered over from The one. Then WorTman Took To The air by flip- ping a pass To D. Marzano who Traveled ThirTy yards To score, Thus puTTing Newark ahead aT This poinf 12 To 8. WorTman faked a kick and passed To BibarT in The end zone for Two poinTs afTer. HamilTon scored on a 63-yard punf reTurn but missed The exTra poinTs, puTTing The game inTo a 14-To-14 dead- lock. Newark bounced back To sTrik-e hard aT The Hamilton defense and capTured Their Third Tally on a beauTiful WorTman-To-HarTshorn 157 'ENDS Gemld Boring, Louie Yai'a,Don'DoM1 'Dick 'Bibdltf G Harraacnts :ferfnaba-ts, Jacslbicvtevson, cigars naman , pass which covered Sl yards to ice the de- cision. Brad Williams cracked over to pick up the two points atter to make the score Z2 to I-4. 'CATS CLIMB HEIGHTS The NHS grldders had little Trouble pick- ing up their third win of the season when they downed Columbus Franklin Heights by a score ot 28 to U at White Field on october 3. Newark ran up a Z2-to-O halt-time ieao, then took it easy the third quarter. However, they rallied again in the tourth. Franklin Heights lost the ball on a tumble early in the tirst period. The Carlomen, tak- ing advantage of the situation, picked up their first TD in lust seven plays. Brad Williams bowled over from the tour. The extra-point attempt, a pass from Wortman to Marzano, was knocked down. ln a matter of a few downs the 'Cats re- gained possession of the ball. lt was a fourth down for the Falcons and they punted. The ball was knocked down by a Carloman, a Falcon recovered it and started to run, but the play was called back and the pigskin giv- en to Newark. The Carlomen then hit on a pass play from Wortman to Hartshorn, cov- ering l4 yards to set up the second tally. Wortman dug into pay dirt on a sneak from the one while Hartshorn donated the two points after. The top of the second quarter saw the Wildcats chew up the Heighters with a 31-yard drive resulting from a Franklin fumble. Wort- man sneaked over for the six pointer and Scott Maizano picked up the two points. Midway in the fourth, the 'Cats again clawed at the touchdown door of Franklin Heights. The NHS footballers covered 75 yards for their final score. Wortman popped over from the one. Williams failed to pick up the points after. WILDCATS- TROMP LANCASTER IN COL OPENER On October TO the Newark footballers de- feated the Lancaster Golden Gales in their COL opener at White Field by a score of 29 to 6. It was the first time a Newark team has beaten Lancaster since 1953. The 'Cats got off to a bad start in the first half, plagued by fumbles, and penalties, but they returned fired up in the second half to clinch the de- cision. The 'Cats started the scoring when a host of Newark defenders earned a safety when they caught Lancaster's Dan Hines behind his own goal line as he tried to punt. A few plays before this the Wildcats lost a scoring 158 ,mu TACH-E5 Chuck Riabesell, Don Fee, 5 Jerri, Brenhisesg 'Billflolliifer GUARDS Bob Hehdven, FHMK Sheldon, Dim Hamm ' bid by fumbling on The Lancaster Ten-yard line. The Carlomen seT up Their firsT Touchdown on a 42-yard play from Tom WorTman To Dave Marzano. Marzano was driven ouT of bounds on The one-yard lineg Then The 'CaTs senT HarTs- horn inTo pay-dirT wiTh no Trouble. HarTs- horn also hiT over for The Two exTra counTers. The Gales laTe in The second period caughT fire and on a 56-yard iaunT by Their halfback, Paul Freisner, seT The sTage for Their lone Tally. They scored Their TD in shorT order on a plunge over cenTer. ln The second half iT was Newark all The way. The 'CaTs picked up Their second Tally on a play covering 22 yards when Terry HarTs- horn danced Through Th-e LancasTer defenders and Then inTo The end zone. The exTra-poinT aTTempT by Dave Marzano spliT The uprighTs for anoTher Tally. Again iT was Newark on The move laTe in The Third quarTer. The NHS gridders romped downfield, due largely To a nice punT reTurn by Dave Marzano To The LancasTer 29-yard line. Brad Williams did The scoring on This drive from abouT five yards ouf. The Powerful WildcaTs in The Top of fourTh quarTer baffled 65 yards before ScoTT Marzano slashed over from The Third for The fourfh and final TD. Dave Marzano's Try for The exTra poinT was no good. NEWARK DOWNS ZANESVILLE IN CRUCIAL COL TILT The Newark WildcaTs defeaTed The Blue Devils from Zanesville by The score of l4 To 7 aT Zanesville, OcTober l7, in fronT of a homecoming crowd of 4,ll4 fans, who waTched The conTesT Through The dense fog which enveloped The gridiron Throughouf The game. The Carlom-en on an 8-yard drive picked up The firsT six poinTer of The ball game eleven seconds afTer The sTarT of The second quarTer. lT Took The 'CaTs iusT eighT plays To cover The disTance, wiTh Terry Harfshorn climaxing The series of plays by scoring on a beauTiful run from 25 yards ouT. Newark's Try for The Two exTra poinfs failed because of a bad pass from Harfshorn To Dave Marzano. However The mighfy WildcaTs weren'T To be sToppiedp laTer They moved from The 45 To The 18-yard sTripe, covering 27 yards on The play. 159 The Newark gridders worked the ball down to the nine, and Tom Wortman cut up the middle by means of a sneak for the second tally. This all-im- portant touchdown was called back because of a holding penalty. Another 15-yard penalty, making it first and 35, was too much for the 'Cats, and their drive fell short. The third period proved to be back luck for the Wildcats. Zanesville, cracking the center of the Newark lin-e, drove down to the five yard line of the NHS detenoers. A pass from the tive was the payoff' punch for the Blue Devils. This tied the game up 6 to 6, but Zanesville converted the extra point to go out in front 7 to 6. It was a nip-and-tuck battle throughout the last of the third and beginning of the tourth period. Then the 'Cats put on three scoring threats, all of which were stopped. The Wildcats, in the last few seconds of the game, iced the decision atter a beautiful series of plays which started on a punt return by Tom Wort- man from the Zanesville 42 to the 36-yard marker. Hartshorn ripped off tackle to pick up an all-im- portant 2O yards, putting the ball on the Blue Devil 22-yard stripe. Wortman attempted a pass to Hartshorn, but it was broken up. lt was Wortman again on a pass, this time hitting his end, Don Dorn, on the one yard line with a beautiful pass-catch combination. Wortman then got the TD when he plowed over from the one. Wortman and Dorn again shone on a pass to pick up the two extra counters. NEWARK FLAYS 'SKINS 52 TO 0 The Homecoming game at Newark, October 26, proved to be a field day for the powerful Newark Wildcats. The Newarkites led at the end of an explosive first quarter by the score of 22 to 0. The Wildcats took the ball and on the second play from scrimmage hit pay dirt on a 55-yard scamp by fullback Terry Hartshorn. Hartshorn also picked up the two extra points. The 'Cats scored two more TD's in the opening chapter. One, after a 63- yard drive, was climaxed by a pass from Tom Wort- man to Dave Marzano. A sneak by Wortman for th-e extra points failed to click.. The other was set up when a Coshocton punt was blocked by Gene Swartz and Lou Vaia recovered deep in 'Skin ter- ritory. Then Scott Marzano powered over on the first play. Dave Marzano drove over for the two extra markers. The second quarter of play started quickly when Wortman intercepted a Coshocton pass to start things clicking once again for Newark. The 'Cats moved 63 yards for the six-pointer. Scott Marzano scooted over from the one, and Wortman added two more points to the total on a ke-eper play around the end. The third quarter was also hair-raising to the Co- shocton gridders as the Carlomen added 16 more points to their total. Touchdowns were scored by Dave Marzano on a 15-yard run. Brad Williams collected the two bonus points. Terry Hartshorn also hit in for six big points on a screen pass, but 160 it was called back due to a holding penalty. Then Brad Williams, not to be outdone, raced over from seven yards out. Wortman passed to Dave Marzano to add two more counters. The fourth quarter was taken over by the iuniors of Newark High School. They chalked up another tally with iust 45 second remaining in the game. Quarterback Gary Debevoise and end Bob Gear- hart collaborated on a beautiful 58-yard pass play to chalk up the final score. Th-e extra points were not collected. The final score was Newark 56, Coshocton O. NEWARK SHUTS OUT CHILLICOTHE 26 TO 0 The Newark footballers wracked up their sev- enth win of the season by defeating Chillicothe by the score of 26 to 0, October 31, at Chillicothe. Th-e Newark high gridders outclassed the Cavaliers throughout the entire game. The first tally came late in the first quarter of play after a Chillicothe punt was blocked by Dick Bi- bart and recovered on the Cavalier 9-yard stripe by Don Dorn. Terry Hartshorn drove down to the five, and then Scott Marzano plowed through for the payoff. Tom Wortman ran over for the extra counters. The Newark defense paved the way for their of- fense in the beginning of the second period. Dave Marzano intercepted a Chillicothe pass on the New- ark 34, and then the 'Cats moved 66 yards tor the six-pointer. Wortman's pass to Dave Marzano miscued. The third quarter of play was a see-saw affair, but the Carlomen exploded in the fourth, scoring after they had driven 63 yards in a 10-play series, sparked by a pass from Wortman to Brad Williams that covered 21 yards Terry Hartshorn was the workhorse, moving the ball to the one. Tom Wort- man took over from there and sneaked over for the TD. The extra-point attempt failed to click. The final touchdown came after the second string took over on Chillicothe's 26-yard line. Gary Debe- voise threw three passes to work the ball up to the Cavalier five. A penalty moved it to the one and from ther-e Jack Dickerson shot over for the touch- down! The extra-point attempt was no good. MARIETTA TAKES FINAL GAME "What happened?" That was the dazed query that stunned, Newark fans gasped after the Tigers of Marietta downed the 'Cats 14 to 0 in the final game of the season, on November 7 at White Field. The defeat was the first for the 'Cats for the 1958 grid season. The opening quarter set the tone for the ca- tastrophe. Marietta in a matter of five plays wracked up a TD. Newarkers were plagued by penalties and bad breaks throughout the first half' of play. On the other hand, Mariett practically kept complete control of the ball. The second half followed The same scheme of first-half play. The Carlomen could not get a drive sustained and Marietta had control ofthe ball almost all of The time. The Tigers tallied again late in The fourth quarter with a six--pointer on a run covering eleven yards, following a drive of eighty-three yards. The hard hitting Tigers lunged for The Two extra points, acquired them, as they had failed to do after the first touchdown. RESERVE Newarke. ,. Newark .,... ,, Newark. .... . Newark Newarka, . Newark.,...,., Newark ..,. . ,. Newark Newark. . BRIEFLY H24 -. 6 H22 . - H28 ....,29 ..l4 .56 .26 . O SPEAKING Columbus East .. Middletown ,,,., , Hamilton .....a,.,. Franklin Heights Lancaster .. ..,,, Zanesville Coshocton Chillicothe Marietta . FOOTBALL Row l-.lim Hughes, Brook Seckle, Mike Johnson, Wendel Shonebarger, Harry Shanon, Bill Smith, Dale Roberts, Dave Claw- son, Charlie Baker. Row 2-Micky Maring, Ed Smith, Tom Prior, Bill Cluggish, Coach Dick Schenk, Coach .lim Tibbets. Dana Dick, Bill Smucker, Larry Philips, Robert Aeby. The Newark High Reserves tinished their '58 grid season with a 7 to 2 record. The Reserves Chronister, John McKinney, Tom Blackstone, David Crist, David Row 3-Gene Thompson, John Glass, Bob Briggs, Bill Snyder, coached by Dick Schenk were beaten only by Zanes ville and Upper Arlington. RECORD Newark . ....... I2 Columbus East ...,,..... 0 Newark . .... - .... 40 Lancaster ..... ...,.,... ......., . l 4 Newark . . . ..,... . 28 Coshocton .... .... .... . . 8 Newark 0 Upper Arlington ,. Newark . ..,... I9 St. Charles. ........ ..,.. , ,,.l4 Newark .... . . .... 28 Coshocton . . .,..,.. .,l6 Newark . . 6 Zanesville W ...... ..,. . M20 Newark , . .. .... 20 Whitehall ........,,,.,,. 8 Newark ...... 21 Columbus South ..... ....,,, 'l 5 BASKETBALL SUMMATION The T958-T959 basketball season has been, in the words of Coach Jimmy Allen, "A very peculiar sea- son." lt has been marked by violence foreign to sea- sons of the past. However, according to some local observers, There has been building up over the past few years an atmosphere of uneasiness which finally exploded at the Zanesville game on February 6. Prelude to this explosion were two outbreaks on the playing floors of Mt. Vernon and Lancaster. At Mt. Vernon a buzzing Jacket aimed his stinger at Scott Nlarzano's jaw. Later in the season, at Lan- caster, tlie Gales caused an updraft to develop a tor- nado that whirled down the floor at Scott again as he was about to take a lump shot. The climax came, however, not on the playing floor, but outside the doors of the Zanesville gymnasium when characters with knives and other trinkets of harm met unsuspect- ing 'Cats wearing their COL iackets and jumped the Newarkers as they were returning to their cars in the parking lot. The result of this onslaught was that some students and adults in Newark proclaimed that all athletic participation with Zanesville should be suspended indefinitely. Several students who were molested by the Y-Bridgetown mobsters were inter- viewed in the offic-e by Mr. Barclay at the behest of Superintendent Southard to determine the nature of the attack. At least two meetings were held in the home of the parents of one of the victims to study whether legal action could be taken against the Zanes- ville school system. Nlr. Boyd posted a notice of pro- test with the COL officials. The upshot of the whole affair was that there was a meeting of four of the six superintendents of COL schools at the invitation of Mr. Southard to discuss the seriousness of the whole problem. These heads announced that henceforth there would be close surveillance over all interscholas- tic contests. fSee game articles and calendarl. During the season the Allenmen recorded a good record by earning a three-way second-place tie in the STATEMENT OF S-CHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS OF FEB-RUARY 1'l, 1959 In order to promote more Wholesome inter-school relations both sports and academically, we pledge our several communities to ever closer administration and control of all inter-school ac- tivities. In order to accomplish this purpose, we pledge that adequate police protection will be provided for each athletic con- test so that undesirable situations cannot develop. We insist upon strict adherence to the code of good sportsmanship and direct that school officials take immediate disciplinary action in the event of any violation. We urge visiting school officials to report to the host school officials any misconduct on the part of pupils or other spectators and that such folk be evicted forth- with and admission refunded. We are determined to assume a more dynamic role in the administration and supervision of all inter-school events. 162 Row 'I-Tom Wortman, Wayne Isaacs, larry Urban, Gary Bolen, Dick Woolard, Dave Marzano, Coach .limmy Allen. Row 2-Dick Bibart, Gary Debevoise, Scott Marzano, Dave Wright, Jerry McCann, Palmer Jones. COL with Zanesville and Marietta. The 'Cats wins were over Columbus West, Canton Lehman, Lan- caster, Mt. Vernon, Chillicothe, Dayton Fairmont, Co- lumbus South, Zanesville Ctwicei, Coshocton Ctwicej, Washington Court House, and New Philadelphia. Defeats were at the hands of Lancaster, Chillicothe, Marietta Ctwicej, and Marion. Newark lost six valued players to the inevitable graduation exercises. They were Larry Urban, Gary Bolen, Tom Wortman, Scott Marzano, Dave Wright, and Dick Woolard. Newark held its own in the state tournament, taking two wins before being knocked out in the quarterfinals of the District at the Fairgrounds Coliseum in Columbus by Columbus Central 64 to 58. The 'Cats victories were over Delaware Willis C76 to 571 and Washington Court House C74 to 565 whom Newark had met earlier during the regular season. Post-season honors were recorded as follows: Larry Urban and Gary Bolen made the first All-Op- ponent COL team, players being chosen by COL op- posing teams, while Tom Wortman and Dave Mar- zano made the second team. Urban landed a spot on the second, official All-COL aggregation, who are selected by scribes. And Urban and Wortman received honorable mention in the All-Ohio selec- tions, also chosen by newspapermen. 163 NEWARK ROPES COWBOYS The Columbus WesT Cowboys weren'T dexTereous enough To rope The powerful 'CaTs in Their opening game on November 28 on The home courT. New- ark, galloping away from boys of The range, led by Ten poinTs aT The end of The firsT quarTer 18 To 8. Guards-Dave Marzano, Dave Wright, SccM Marzano, Gary Debevoise, Tom Worlman- BuT from Then on The magic margin became seven- Teen. ln The second quarTer Newark scored seven- Teen poinTs To make The score 35 To 16 aT The end of The half. The 'CaTs Then rumbled on To score sevenTeen in Th-e Third period and again sevenTeen in The fourTh To end The game aT 69 To 39, a margin of ThirTy poinTs Dave Marzano, junior guard, Turned in a fine per- formance, Tying for scoring honors wiTh senior cen- Ter Gary "A1" Bolen wiTh fifTeen poinTs apiece. By coincidence The Prughman also won by ThirTy poinTs45O To 20-over The junior Buckaroos. 'CATS BLOW AWAY THE GALES Coach Jimmy Allen's roundballers sTopped Their firsT COL opponenTs in The local gym on December 12 by dropping The LancasTer Golden Gales. AgainsT LancasTer The NewarkiTes were once again slow To sTarT, as The firsT quarTer score read Newark 10, LancasTer 9. The game remained close aT The end of The half wiTh Newark ahead 29' To 22. By The end of The Third quarTer, The score advanced, how- ever, Newark was ouT fronT by Ten wiTh The score being 42 To 32. Then as The final period b-egan, LancasTer showed more deTerminaTion To close The gap. NeverTheless The shooTing of senior forward 164 Larry Urban and senior pivoT Gary Bolen undoubT- edly prevenTed a Gale vicTory. The Prughmen also won Their second vicTory by Trouncing The LancasTer Reserves 51 To 35. 'CATS SMOKE OUT YELLOW JACKETS In a game marked by assaulT and baTTery on The floor of The MT. Vernon Team, Jim Allen's WildcaTs smoThered The yellow horneTs of Knox CounTy by a score of 62 To 36 on December 13. The contreiemps occurred in The fourth sTanza when ScoTT Marzano was going afTer a rebound which had bounced Toward The sideline. An angered Yellow .lackeT hiT him on The jaw. Marzano sTopped his rush in order To ward off The assaulT. The ref- eree ejecTed The offending Jac- keT. When The game was over, one of The prominenT Yellow JackeTs apologized for The un- sporTsmanlike conduct of one of Their players. For Those who like close games, This conTesT was a dull one. AT The half Newark led 21 To 11. In The Third period The 'CaTs ouT- scored The yellow wasps by adding TwenTy-Three poinTs To The insecTs's eleven. HiTTing for j only 22 per cenT in The firsT half, Newark bounced back in The second wiTh 53 per cenT. AT The foul line The Allenmen sank fourTeen ouT of eighTeen aTTempTs. Pacing The WildcaTs wiTh TwenTy Tallies, Larry Urban made conTacT wiTh five baskeTs and Ten foul shoTs Wayne Isaacs and Gary Bolen each poured Twelve markers Through The neTs. By snaring eleven rebounds, Bolen IeT Newark dominaTe This play. The Reserves recorded Their Third sTraighT win by downing The junior JackeTs 42 To 35. 'CATS DROPPED BY CAVALIERS Newark suffered iTs firsT loss of The season aT ChillicoThe on December 19. The 'CaTs led by four poinTs aT The closing of The firsT period, 15 To 11. ChillicoThe, however, rallied in The second quarTer To forge ahead aT half-Time 23 To 21. Then New- ark's rooTers Thawed ouT when, in The Third period, Newark jumped ahead 38 To 35. Bolen was high-poinT man wiTh 20 counTers. Isaacs followed wiTh 12 markers. The Newark Reserves also losT Their firsT game by The 69-To-49 score. 'CATS CLOBBTER' DAYTON FAIRMONT The WildcaTs led all Through The game To defeaT DayTon FairmonT in a non conference TilT on The local boards on December 22. The FairmonTers couldn'T cope wiTh Newark's one-Two punch of Gary Bolen and Larry Urban. Bolen dropped in 18 poinTs and Urban, a close second, 17. The score by quarTers had Newark leading by Three aT The end of The firsT C17 To 141. AT The half's end The scoreboard read 35 To 21 in Newark's favor. The 'CaTs poured iT on in The Third quarTer, raising The score To 58 To DayTon's 31. Coach Jimmy Al- len unloaded The bench in The final period. The subs showed Their abiliTy by scoring righT up To The lasT sec- ond. The final score read 75 To 42. The Reserves rallied in The second half To defeaT The Sec- ond PresbyTerian Church Team 37 To 24. 'CATS B-ITE BU LLDOGS The Columbus SouTh Bulldogs kepT The WildcaTs from doing much scoring The firsT half of a game ThaT saw The Allenmen down Their guesTs 58 To 50 on December 30. Leading aT The firsT breaTher-period 16 To 10, The Bulldogs saw The 'CaTs close The gap soon in The second pe- riod by narrowing Their lead To Three poinTs, 21 To 18. In The Third period Gay Bolen wenT To work and spearheaded Newark's aTTack To make The score 38 To 35 in Newark's favor. Then The Team caughT fire in The final pe- riod To score TwenTy more poinTs ro regisTer The final score 58 To 50. Bolen was high for Newark wiTh TwenTy-one poinTs, and Dave Marzano was second wiTh four- Teen. Since SouTh failed To bring Their Reserves, The Reserve WildcaTs won an inTer-squad games from Their second sTringers by The score of 43 To 31. 'CATS- CLAW B-LUE DEVILS The Zanesville Blue Devils came To Town January 2 To baTTle for leadership of The COL pennanT race. The resulT proved To be a very Thrilling game as iT was forced inTo overTime because of a 51-To-51 Tie. AT The end of The firsT quarfer The score was Tied 9 To 9 in a see-saw baTTle. AT The half Newark led by The slim margin of 22 To 20. Zanesville rallied in The Third period To Take The lead 35 To 30. They couldn'T hold iT, however, as Newark rallied, buT wiTh only a few seconds lefT, a Zanesville boy scored, Tying The counT aT 51-all. ln a Two-minuTe overTime Zanesville was held scoreless as The WildcaTs spilled in Ten poinTs To win The game 61 To 51. Bolen was high scorer for Newark wiTh sixTeen poinTs. Wayne Isaacs followed up wiTh ThirTeen. The Reserve game also proved To be a Thriller, wiTh Zanesville winning a close one 49 To 46. TIGERS SLASH WILDCATS The upseT-minded MarieTTa Bengals once again overTook The heavily favored 'CaTs, This Time on January 9. CSee fooTball secTion1. The game sTarT- ed off perfecTly for Newark wiTh The 'CaTs Taking a 14-To-1 firsT-period lead. AT ThaT Time iT looked as if The game was going To be runaway in Newark's favor. Forwards-Palmer Jones, Dick Bibarf, Wayne lcaacs, Larry Urban, Jerry McCann. However, The runaway proved To be MarieTTa's. The fired-up Tigers came back in The second period To pull ahead 31 To 25. The second half was only a conTinuaTion of The second quarTer wiTh MarieTTa conTinuing iTs scoring ways. The 'CaTs simply couldn'T cope wiTh The never-miss Bengals. The final score read MarieTTa 69, Newark 51. Tom WorTman and Larry Urban earned fourTeen poinTs each. The Reserves saved face for Newark by down- ing The iunior Bengals 31 To 29. 'CATS SCAL'P REDSKINS On January 16 The CoshocTon Redskins raided The Newark High Gymnasium To be overpow-ered by The Taller Allenmen. Newark pressured in The firsT pe- riod by ouTscoring The Indians 23 To 5. The firsT sTringers kepT up The pace in The second quarTer To leave a half-Time score of 42 To 14 for The second sfringeis laTer To work on. This relief group, which played The enTire second half, showed greaT defensive work in The Third pe- riod by holding The Redskins To Two poinTs while Newark scored 15. In The fourTh The 'CaTs were ouTscored 15 To 11. This Redskin spiriT, however, came Too laTe, and The game ended in Newark's favor wiTh The score 68 To 31. 165 Centers-Gary Bolen, Dick Woolard The junior 'Cats took the preliminary event from the Coshocton papooses 43 to 26. 'CATS FREEZE POLAR BEARS- On January T7 the 'Cats won a game which was postponed from December 5 on account of snow. In fact, Canton Lehman almost postponed the game the second time because of weather. The Newarkites had no trouble edging between the Bears' defense to lead throughout the contest. Canton's high scorer, who previously averaged over twenty-five points a game, was held to a low nine. Newark went right to work and captured a 16- to-7 first-period lead. Lehman outscored the 'Cats in the second quarter, but it was not enough really to alter the lead. At half time the score read New- ark 27, Canton 20. From the start of the third period to the final buzzer, the 'Cats poured on the pressure to make the final score 60 to 42. Wayne Isaacs and Gary Bolen each tallied T5 markers. Dave Marzano fol- lowed a close second with 13. The Reserves won their game 38 to 32 from a tough all-star iunior high team. GALES BREATHE O'N 'CATS' For the second time this year an unfortunate in- cident occurred on the playing floor during a game. At Lancaster on January 23, Paul Friesner of the Gales blowing up a gal-e of his own, sluggecl Scott Marzano as the local was 'taking a iump shot. Brother Dave Marzano dashe-d to Scott's rescue and 166 moved in on Friesner. The principal of Lancaster came onto the floor, rather unnecessarily according to some interested viewers, as the referee was salt- ing the storm. The administrator informed the ref- eree that he must control the game, as a result of the whole incident, both S. Marzano and the offend- ing Lancasterian were eiected from the game. CNote: For the second time in the current season, Scott, who has been attacked twice but who has not re- taliated in defense, has been ejected from a game, although Brother Dave has been the 'Cat who has been injecting himself into the midst of each flurry. Brother Dave has never been sent to the bench.i This game saw the 'Cats drop their third game of the season. This season thus far the 'Cats have never won a game away, but at the same time they have never lost a home game. Many feel that the game would have been a different story if the Newarkites had been at full strength. The 'Cats played without the services of their high-scoring center, Gary Bolen, who chipped his ankle in prac- tice. Wayne lsaacs played only the first half be- cause of a torn hip muscle. During the first half the 'Cats kept up with the Gales. and the half ended 25 to 25. At one time during the third period the 'Cats led by ten points, but the lead was blown in the fourth period. The game ended with the score Lancaster 54, Newark 50. Larry Urban and Dave Marzano led the scoring for Newark with fourteen tallies apiece. The Prughman halted the Zephyrs 58 to 38. 'CATS DUMP COL LEADERS On Jaunary 30 The 'CaTs upseT The Chillicothe Cavaliers on The winners' courT. IT was indeed an upseT in favor of Newark because The game was won wiThouT The help of boTh injured Gary Bolen and Wayne Isaacs. IT was a Team win for Newark, a win which highlighTed The specTacular perform- ance of second-sTring cenTer Dick Woolard. Woolard dropped in Twelve markers, buT was ouTscored by Dave Marzano, who had sevenTeen. Newark Took command righT aT The sTarT wiTh The firsT period ending 14 To 9. The half Then ended wiTh The score reading Newark 26, ChillicoThe 20. The margin was increased by one poinT in boTh The second and Third periods wiTh The laTTer end- ing 34 To 27. Newark lumped ahead To score sevenTeen poinTs in The final period and The game ended Newark 51, ChilIicoThe 42. The Reserves revenged an earlier 67-To-47 loss aT ChillicoThe by beaTing Them locally 44 To 40. 'CATS DROP QUAKERS Once again The iniured 'CaTs came To arms To defeaT New Philadelphia on January 31, in New- ark's gym. The 'CaTs goT off To a slow sTarT and were behind all of The firsT half. New Philly led 15 To 13 aT The end of The firsT period and 32 To 26 aT The haIf's end. However, The 'CaTs Turned on a TwenTy-Two poinT spurT in The Third period To go in fronT for The firsT Time aT The period's end 48 To 41. The Allenmen wenT on To score eighTeen more poinTs in The final period To make The final read 66 To 53 Larry Urban was high for Newark wiTh 22 poinTs. Dave Marzano was a close second wiTh 19. The Reserves Turned Their game inTo a runaway wiTh The final score reading 55 To 32. 'CATS FORK DEVILS On February 6 The NHS cagers ruined all of Zanesville's hopes for a COL championship by Thoroughly forking The Devils aT Zanesville. The NewarkiTes led all Through The game afTer Taking command righT aT The firsf. The score aT The end of The firsT period read I1 To 8 in favor of Newark. Newark poured on The pressure in The second pe- riod To pull ouT in fronT by a 29-To-17 margin. New- ark Tallied only 7 poinTs in The Third period buT aT Th-e period's end sTill held a 36-To-28 lead. The 'CaTs rallied in The final period To score TwenTy- Two markers and win The game 58 To 47. Larry Urban was high for Newark wiTh 21 poinTs, and Dave Marzano was second wiTh 14 Tallies. UnforTunaTely The game was marred by a near rioT ouTside The fronT doors as several Newark sTu- denTs were shoved inTo The mass fighTs wiTh devils noT so blue. AlThough ouTnumbered almosT 6 To 1, NewarkiTes did very well for Themselves. fSee Baskeiball SummaTion and year's calendar1. The Reserves losT Their Third game of The year as They were unable To geT Through The Zanesville defense. The score read 52 To 35. TIGERS CAGE 'CATS Mari-eTTa did To The 'CaTs on February 13 whaT Managers-Courtland Maple, Bill Douglas, Harry Bolen, Harry Lyile, Nick Zaras, "Cappy" Walker. 167 the 'Cats had already done to Zanesville this year. The Tigers won all three of Their athletic contests against the 'Cats. ln fact, the Tigers, on this Fri- day the thirteenth, handed Newark its first defeat on the home floor. Although the Newark team played well, they could not cope with the upset-minded Tigers. New- ark looked as if it were going to turn the game into a runaway affair by leading T6 to 8 at the first-period end. But Marietta rallied in the second quarter to make the half-time score read 29 to 29. Both teams could get only eleven markers through the hoop in the third period, pushing the score to 40 to 40 at the third-quarter end. In the final period, however, the 'Cats were outscored 20 to TO, thus ending the game with a Marietta victory of 60 to 50. Aside from dropping in T8 tallies, Tom Wort- man played best all-round game of the season. He came up with several neat steals of the ball be- sides playing a fine defensive game. Larry Urban was second high scorer for Newark with T4 points. The Reserves won their second game from Marietta, skinning the Tigers 38 to 36. 'PRESIDENT VETO 'CATS On F-ebruary T4 Newark lost a non-conference tilt to Marion High School at Marion. In all fair- ness to Newark the consensus of opinion of some fans, both from Marion and Newark, was that the officiating was very poor in this contest. Newark started off well, iumping out to a T7-to-7 margin by the first-period end. On th-e other hand, the 'Cats scored only two points in the entire second chapter. Thus the score at the half found Newark ahead by a slim T9-to-T7 margin. The second half was more of the same, allowing the Allenmen to hit for TT tallies. The' score going into the last quarter read 30 to 29 in favor of Newark. The final stanza truly was final for the New- arkites. Th-e Presidents hit for TT points while the visiting 'Cats could shove through only six, leaving the Prexies on the long end of a 40-to-36 count. Tom Wortman led the 'Cats in the scoring column with T2 points. Marion's vice-presidents ejected Newark's kit- tens 36 to 34. 'CATS NTP WASHINGTON C.H. ln a make-up game played on February T7, the Newarkites defeated a tough Washington Court House team on the 'Cats' floor. lt was the last home game for Newark and it turned out to be a good one for the Allenmen. The local cagers had 168 their troubles in attempting to hold off a well hit- ting Washington team, but the 'Cats led T6 to T4 at the first quarter's buzzer-sound. The 'Cats rallied to score T9 markers in the second period to TT by the visitors. With this outburst the score read 35 to 25 at half time. The Washington boys outscored Newark T5 to T2 in the third period, but Newark still had command at the third period's end 47 to 40. The 'Cats had to score 23 more tallies in the final period to take the game 70 to 60. Larry Urban was high scorer for Newark with 25 and Gary Bolen was nine points behind with T6. The Reserves took an easy victory from a strong iunior high all-star team 57 to 32. 'CATS SKIN REDSKINS On February 20' the 'Cats won their last game of the regular reason at Coshocton. For Newark it ended the season with a T3-to-5 mark. The fired-up Redskins got off at a quick pace and led the 'Cats T7 to T0 at the first period's end. Newark rallied to score T7 points against 6 for the Skins, this brought the half to an end with the score 27 to 23 to the 'Cats' liking. From here on in the 'Cats lived up to expectancy, leading by ten points at the third period's end 43 to 33. Newark racked up 20 more tallies in the final period to win the game going away, 63 to 45. Larry Urban dropped in twenty markers, and Gary Bolen was a close second with T6. The Reserves closed out their season of play with a 32-to-23 victory over the Braves. With this win the T-Jnior 'Cats ended their season with a T4-win 4-loss record, an achievement much better than last season's record. AT A GLANCE Newark ,,.,,....., .. Columbus West Newark Lancaster , .... Newark Mt. Vernon ,,.,,,,,,, Newark Chillicothe ..... .... Newark Dayton Fairmont Newark Columbus South Newark Zanesville ........., Newark, ,,,, ,,,, ,.,,,,,.., M a rietta ............. . Newark Coshocton ,,......,.. Newark Canton Lehman . Newark Lancaster Newark Chillicothe ,,,,,,,, Newark New Philadelphia Newark Zanesville ....... .. Newark Marietta ............. . Newark Marion . ......... .. Newark Washington C.H. Newark Coshocton , ,..,. . ,. A Quick Look Reserves ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,. 51 Lancaster M Reserves ,,,, ,,,,, . ..-'12 Mt. Vernon Reserves ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Chillicothe Y,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Reserves ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 37 Second Presbyterians Reserves ..- ...Y,,,,.. 43 Second Stringers ,,,,,, . Reserves ,,,,. . ,.,.. .46 Zanesville ,. Reserves ,,,,,,,,, 31 Marietta Reserves ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. 43 Coshocton ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, Reserves .........,.., 38 Junior High All-Stars Reserves ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Lancaster ,. Reserves ,,,,,, .. ,,,,,,. 44 Chillicothe .,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,, Reserves ,,,,, ,,,,, . ..55 New Philadelphia Reserves ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , 35 Zanesville ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, Reserves ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. 38 Marietta ,,,, Reserves Reserves ,,.,......s..,, 57 Reserves ,..........,,..,, 32 Marion ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Junior High All-Stars Coshocton ,,,,..,,.,.,,,,...,, NHS KITTENS Row 1 lseatedl-Glen Hawkins, Mike Judge, Jim Slanforih, Bill Cluggish, Dave Clawson, Bill Smucker. Row 2-Coach Harold Prugh, Bill Morgan, Bill Corder, Jim Huges, larry Edwards, Mike Straud. ARMSTRONGCS WILDCATS During April and May of 1958 the Arm- strong Wildcats participated in a field of thirty-two teams to emerge victors in the GAA intramural basketball tournament. Mrs. Mona Carlo direct-eol the tournament. Jackie Ketchem, Julia Mercer, Marguerite Fisher, Lois Armstrong, Frances Smiley, Frances Black, Rebecca Shackleford, Joy McPherson. Absent from picture was Barbara Wilson. 169 l g Varsity Cheerleaders-flop Panell-Diana Douglas, Julia Mercer, Bonnie Sunkle, Sandy Burkey, Pat Montanaro, Marilyn Boyling. Reserve Cheerleaders-lBottom Panell-Kim Thompson, Linda Buckey, Sue Roan, Martha lmlloff, Bev Martin, Sylvia Hanna. CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders perform as their title demonstrates: they lead cheers. They lead cheers at all the home games-the varsity at varsity games and the reserves for reserve games. About the only different thing the girls did this year was to go to Mid- dletown forthe football game and remain overnight. Mrs. Moria Carlo was adviser. GOLF Steve lnscha, Joe Goss, Fid Braffetf, Tom Toothman, Coach Max Douglas, Don Lusk, Terry King, Jim Berry, and Butch Richardson. THE 1958 GOLF SEAS-ON By STEPHEN INSCHO The 1958 golf Team, coached by Max Douglas, turned in a good performance on the links last year. After the statistics were accumulated, the Douglasmen showed an overall record of nine wins, one loss, and one tie. ln the COL The 'Cat linksmen won nine and lost one Newark opened the season on April 15 with a four-team match at Zanesville. The Douglasmen won The contest by defeating The Y-Bridgemen 95 to 65, The Cavaliers 13 To 3, and the Marietta Tigers 11M to AV2. Newark next played host to Lancaster and Coshocton on April 21. The locals defeated Their guests 12 to 4 and 16 to O respec- tively. James Richardson was medalist for The day. On April 25 Newark, Zanesville, and Chillicothe Traveled to Lancaster where The Douglasmen lost To The Gales 3M to 12V2, but They defeated Zanes- ville 13 To 3 and Chillicothe 10 to 6. Dave Eichorn of Lancaster was medalist for the match Newark again defeated Zanesville in a dual af- fair on May 2 at Moundbuilders where they took the Blue Devils 12 to 4. James Richardson was again medalist for the day. And then in a non- league Tilt on May 10, Newark and Mt. Vernon split a match 8 To 8. Two days later, on May 12, Newark traveled To Coshocton to take part in another dual meet. New- ark triumphed lOV2 to SV2. On May 16 the Douglasmen traveled to Colum- bus to participate in The Central District Tournament. The team toured the Ohio State University Gray course and managed to finish fifth in the event. Bobby Carson from Whitehall paced his team to victory, winning medal honors with a 69. Newark ended the season on May 19 by win- ning The COL tournament in Zanesville by a team score of 346. Following Newark was Zanesville with a score of 348, Lancaster third with a 373, Coshocton fourth with a 381. Marietta finished fifth with 383 and Chillicothe brought up The rear with a 404. Jan Reynolds of Zanesville was Tournament medalist. 171 Sophomores-Row i-Harry Lightle, Dick Charles, Dick Bibart, Chuck Boyd, Jerry Brenheiser, Charles Clark, Glen Vermilion Gary lnlow. Row 2-Bill Craine, Gary Debevoise, Earl Spicer, Larry Ruton, Dave Leidy, Walter Bolton, Bob Gearhart. Row 3- Neil Hahn, Gene Booher, Clyde Bartlett, Dan Smith, Jerry McCann Jim Ritchey, Tom Pitcock, Richard Debevoise, Don Fee, Bill Ferry. Seniors-left to Right-Bob Orr, Granger McKinney, Gary Foote, Melburn George, Bob Laird, Harold Heiglttshoe, and Coach Jimmy Allen. Juniors-Row I-Pete Pharis, Nick Zaras, Dave Wright, Brad Williams, Terry Hartshorn, Tom Wort- man, Dick Dudgeon, Roger Mitchell. Row 2-Jerry Cashdollar, Warren Edmund. Terry Scheffler, larry Orr, larry Pagel, Jim Shriner, Jack Shumaker, Hal Snow. The iunior A Team won The championship last spring in intramural baseball. There were five Teams in the league: one senior ancl two each junior and sophomore TSBTUS. The C ool YGELI' AUGUST 20-Football practice begins. SEPTEMBER Day By Day teen students. QThese pictures were subsequently shown over WBNS-TV on a late Sunday evening news show on September 28. O Glamourll Carlomen down Hamilton Big Blue 22 to 14. 2-Mr. Boyd announces to faculty that there are 1430 students 3-Classes organize in 4 5, 6-Cats win practice 9-Organizational meet- -Martin Dean an- registered. Cats play scoreless tie with Columbus Cowboys in pre-season tilt morning. Henmon- Nelson, Kudar Prei- erence, and OSU Psychological tests given during after- noon. Sophomore class organizes after test. nounces that 1,324 students are en- rolled in the high school. Kay Swart has warmed up to an advertising cam- paign for the Re- vellie Review. Sen- iors organize. Junior class organ- izes. German Club meets and elects of- ficers. tilt from Mansfield Madison 19 to 6. ing of Thespians. 10-Key Club meets in Room 300 at 7:30. Reveille Review goes on sale. Astronomy Club organizes and elects officers. 12-First fire drill staged during 15 16 sixth period. First pep meet- ing held in gym beginning at 3:20. Newark opens regular football season at White Field. Newark 24, Columbus East O. -Radio Club meets. Does not organize. One person shows up. NHS Reserves defeat East Reserves 12 to O. -Science Club organizes. 18-Music Appreciation organizes. Organizational meeting of Hi- Y at YMCA. 194No school. COTA meeting in Columbus. Middletown and Newark battle to a 6 to 6 tie. 22-24-Tryouts for Mrs. McThing, 22 by Mary Chase. -Class in Russian begins. Five Juniors and nine seniors be- gin instruction under Mr. Frank Spencer, .Ir. Newark Reserves down Lancaster's Little Gale: 40 to 14 at North Field in Lancaster. 23 'AFor the first assembly of the year, at 8:30 in the morning, Elias Ward speaks on his ex- periences in capturing wild animals for zoos and circuses. He also shows slides. 26-vPictures taken in Russian class of Mr. Spencer and his four- Flood leaves its calling card on ramp leading up to the spectator level on the east side of the stadium. The torso with legs extended ankle deep in water in the interior of the stadium several days after the major flood in January belongs to Jchn Hendricks. 294Newark Kittens flatten Coshocton's Papooses 26 to O at White Field. OCTOBER 1-Cherry Ridge bould- er makes second- year mysterious ap- pearance b e f o r e flagpole. 2-Observed: Gail Blakeley, D a v i d Sperry, Stephen ln- scho, Fielding Braf- fett, and Stan Gib- son trundling away the Cherry Ridge Boulder under the parental eye of Mr. Boyd. Ohio History Test. 3-Cats down Colum- bus Franklin Heights 28 to 0 at White Field. 4-Newark Kittens travel to Whitehall. Schenkmen take the Columbus suburb 20 to 6. Band partizi- pates in Band Day at Capital U. 3 6-Seco nd assembly. Mr. Samuel Grath- well of the F.B.I. Ed McGlone notified he is a semifinalist in the Merit Schol- arship Test. 7-Mr. Wildi pays annual visit to capture for posterity through the lens of his camera the mugs of the juniors and soph- omores. 9-Big pep meeting at White Field in preparation for Lan- caster game. Burn huge boot -the one to give Lancaster the boot. This boot was a float in the UA parade the previous Sunday. 13-Roger Mitchell defeats Phil Richcreek in tennis tourna- ment at Fiberglas Field. Wins best two out of three sets. Wins 6-2, 6-1. 14-That Coshocton may leave COL is announced in Advocate. 16-Annual PTA Open House. Re- freshment committee runs out of donuts. Consequently some leave with parental appetites unappeased. Campaign for PTA membership goes full blast. 17-Annual pigskin meeting with old rival, the Blue Devils, in their own environs. Carlomen exorcize them 14 to 7. Pep meeting in the afternoon in the gym introduces specimens of NHS's male pulchratude posing as ZHS beauties. They include Brad Williams, Dick Dudgeon, Jack Shumaker, 173 THE ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING OF THE Louis Vaia, and Ralph Roan. -Reserves at Zanesville downed by little Devils 20 to 6. -Seniors and juniors take Scholarship Qualifying Test in library. State House conference on local secondary education held at 8:00 in high school. Parents discuss preliminary study made last year with teachers. Rubinoff, popular violin concertizer, plays in our auditorium. 'Homecoming! Julia Mercer is crowned Queen at colorful half-time ceremonies. Cats defeat Redskins 52 4.7 to O. Second issue of Reveille Review distributed. 25vGlenn Sheridon plays Homecoming dance. Julia crowned Queen again. She and Phil Richcreek, Student Coun- cil President, lead the Grand March. 29-Absentees when sophomore and iun- ior pictures were originally taken have their mugs shot this morning. 31--Newark shuts out Chillicothe 26 to O at Chillicothe. NOVEMBER Gary Bolen and Larry Urban co-cap- tains of current cage season. Cats rank fifth on gridiron AP poll. 6-David Gelfer presents hi-fi program for Music Appreciation. Mr. Ralph Bentz, salesman from Malloy of cas- ings for the annual, states that NHS orders the third largest number of covers of any of his customers in Ohio. Mr. Stoeckmann places order for 1600 books. Mr. Kingery's staff chooses cover. John Stephen Mc- Nally elected president of Central Southern Regional Distributive Edu- cation Club of Ohio. NEW NEWARK SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 7 I2 -Marietta dumps Cats I4 to O for Carlomen's onl defeat of season. Y -Open meeting of Board of Education in Central gymnasium where plans for new high school are unveiled to public. II'-Armed Service Day: The Reverend Walter Nelson of the Plymouth Con- gregational Church speaks at chapel called at 'IO:45. The choir under the direction of Mr. Batterson sings "Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor," Berlin, and "American Panorama," Williams. Roger Mitchell and Rennie Richards I2- I3- IA- play Taps while Mary Twinem and Suellen Sutphen place wreaths be- fore plaque containing names of men who gave lives in World Wars I and II. New high school plans un- veiled in Advocate. Newark ends football season in sixteenth spot in Associated Press poll. Dick Bibart and Dave Marzano named co-captains of I959 pigskin aggrega- tion. Coshocton to remain in COL. Three members of the Reveille Re- view staff and their aclvser -- Kay Swart, John Skinner, Bruce Wood, and Mrs. Cynthia Sharp - attend iournalism clinic at OSU. Thespians present Mrs. McThing. The attractive Mary Twinem plays the beautiful witch, and the gay and lovable Joan Simpson under pounds of make-up becomes the hideous hag. I6-Annual recognition service of Y-Teens held at 2:30 in Second Presbyterian Church. Total of II7 new members received. fContinued on Page 1851 175 The Top panel of The composiTe To The righT shows parT of The siTe of The new high school look- ing norThwesTward Toward Moull STreeT from The Top of The hill. This siTe will include The gym- nasium, The heating planT, and aThleTic fields. The lower phofo is pointing To The souThwesTward and shows The general rise of ground upon which The Three small schools will be builT. This siTe lies iusT souTh of looTh Sherwood Drives EasT and WesT and To The easT of The siTe shown above. 176 PROGRESS REPORT An aerial view of The siTe of The new high school looking soufhward Toward Granville Road. Moull 5TreeT lies aT The boTTom of The picTure. New houses are along Sherwood Drive EasT aT The far leTT and Sherwood Drive WesT. Shields STreeT forms The cross secTion of The figure H. Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs. and Mrs F. W. Bachmann Paul M. Baker Eugene Bero Gordon R. Kingery Ed. Darnes F. F. Blair Mrs. Mabel Blair Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Rockey Mr. L. H. Callander Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Holcomb Fern Children PATR 0 N S Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Graft Mrs C. A. Miller Mr Frew C. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Adams R. S. Steiner Josephine Cain Wells Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kinney Brucker and Moody Auto Service Dr. W. C. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Worthington Richard Mercer Robert Oldham John Garger Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bien Lester Irons Richard Oxley Lloyd W. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waller W. F. Richardson Don W. Lawrence Dick Guthrie Rev. Robert E. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Roof Ralph MacTavish Wm. Klare Wayne Crist Robert L. Schenk Mr and Mrs. C. R. Harmon Mr and Mrs. Truman H. Cline Mr and Mrs. Martin Dean Mr and Mrs Glenn Cree Miss Nina Keckley Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McRee Mr. and Mrs. Paul Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Richards Mr. and Mrs. Birkey Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Keylor Mr. and Mrs. George Powell Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dowling Mr. and Mrs. Paul Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Farrington Mr. and Mrs. James L. English Mr and Mrs. H. F. Erick Mr and Mrs. H. M. Deming Mr B. D. Horton Dr. and Mrs. John Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Goodwin Mr and Mrs. William Twinem Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Pyle Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Tronstein Mr and Mrs. John Bibart Mrs. l. W. Finkbone Miss Helen Williams Mrs. Doris Strouse Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shumaker Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Buckey Mr. Johnny John Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson Mr. and Mrs. George Stoeckmann Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Phillips J. W. Wright Mr. Robert W. Barclay Mr. and Mrs. Max Douglas Mrs. Charles Parshall Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Peck Mr. E. W. Conner Mrs. Maurice Barrett Manor House Restaurant J. S. McCleary Miss Pauline McCreary Mildred L. Kauber Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Everett Mr. and Mrs. Geidenburger Mr. and Mrs. Willis S. Chase Dr. J. L. Chynoweth Mr. and Mrs Jack Prior Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin Mr. and Mrs. J. E Enich Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Sutphen Mr. Wilbur Powers Mr. Robert C. Hughes LoJada M. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Chester Boyling Barbara Barton Edith M. Fleming Gene Kirkpatrick Pat Evans Dr. R. G. Plummer Wendell Jones Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Devereaux Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carlo Mr. and Mrs. Clark Rader Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Neff Mr. Richard Kibler Virgil Ashcraft Dr. J. P.. Glaser, Jr. .,,,NA,C,e,Nfs.x,N,NA,Cfs.fsf- ADVER'1'ISER'S INDEX These Advertisers Have Patronized Us. fm Let Us Now Patronize Them. 9--A Abbott's Shoe Store Advocate Printing Company Airesman's Electric Company Alban, Sam, Company, The Albyn, H. A., Nursery Alten's Clothing Store, lnc. Annarino Bros., New Center Cafe Arensberg, George, Pharmacy Art, H. L., Jeweler Ashcraft Machine and Supply Company Ash Hat Company Athanor Heating Company B 81 L Auto Supply B 84 L Motor Freight Baker, Joseph, and Associates Barber's Pure Oil Service Bero Brothers Equipment and Supplies Betty Gay Beverly Dress Shop Blake Bros. Glass Company Borden Company Boyd Welding an-d Machine Company Brown, Johnny, Floors Brucker and Moody Buckeye Cleaners Bucy Lumber, lnc. Burtic Jewelers Busy Bee Sandwich Shop Callander Cleaning Company Carlile Furniture and Rug Company Carrol, John J., Department Store Cartnal and Sons City Bakery Continental Can Company Cornell Men's and Boy's Wear Corner Pastry Shop Crane-Krieg-Flory Company Criss Brothers Danzenbaker, Otto J., lnc. Daugherty Radio and Television DeFrance Construction DeVito Book Store, J. A. Deweese Bros. Market Diamond Store Dinner Bell Restaurant Doneff's Foocl, lnc. Dry Creek Crushed Gravel Comp E 81 M Marathon Service Edmiston Book Store Elliot Hardware Erick's Drug Store Fairfield Shoppe Farquhar and Steinbaugh Frenier Sheet Metal Shop Finch Shoe Store Floral Art Studio Gallaher Drug Company George's Radio Service Ghiloni and Sons, G. L, Goumas Candy Shop Green Bay Fur Company Hall and Son, K. L. Haynes Brothers, lnc. Hazlett's Sunoco Station Heath Electric Company Hermann's Holland Electric Hollar and Son, O. D., lnc. Holmquist Electric Horner's Newark Paint Company Hotel Taft Howard Studio Hub, The Hull's Wallpaper Store Hunter, G. B. Independent Dairy, lnc. Jeffries Supply Company ,,,,N,,,-,,,,-C,e,Nfs.fs'wf-NfsfsvN any -sfsfsfsfsfs,-Cf-N,-N,-Cfxfxfxf-of-C ADVERTISER'S INDEX These Advertisers Have Patronized Us. eg Let Us Now Patronize Them. Jerry's Fabrics K 8K G Lumber Company Kaiser Aluminum Ka-Jean Beauty Salon Kaltek Company, Inc. King's Department Store Kline's Department Store LK Drive-In Lamp, John O., Contractor Larson Manufacturing Company Laundry Land Licking Electric Company Licking Laundry Company Madison, Jim, Insurance, Inc. Manor House Martin Music Center Mathis, Ivan, Moving and Storage Company Mitchell's, J. M., Inc. Mohlenpah's Montgomery Lumber Company Morgan Texaco McCann's Body Shop McLean's Restaurant McConnell, Walter, Radio and TV McDonnelI's Shoe Store McMichael Music Company Nationwide Insurance New Center Cafe Newark Automobile Club- Travel Bureau Newark Auto Dealers Association Newark Bargain Shoe Store Newark Business Machines Newark Coca-Cola Newark College of Commerce Newark Engraving Newark Furniture Company Newark Leader Newark Monument Company, Inc. Newark Rams Newark Telephone Company, The Newark Transit, Inc. Newark Typographical Union No. 69 Nichol's Grocery North Fork Gravel Company Ohio Power Company Oxley Brothers Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation Palace Bowling Company Penney, J. C., Company Pettet, A. T., Real Estate Pitt's Lincoln-Mercury Plaine's Clothing Plaza Hardware Plaza Pure Oil Plaza Shopping Center Pound's Florists Pound's Nursery and Garden Pound, Don, Studio Powell Electric, Inc. Pryor's Sunoco Service Ralph's Marathon Service Rankin and Rankin, Inc. Riehl's Flower Shop Ritchey's Restaurant Rockwell Standard Corporation Roe Emerson Store, The Ross Henderson, Inc. Sawyer's Market Schiff's Shoe Store School of Beauty, 3-B Scott's Furniture and Appliances Sergeant's Sharff's Fashion Stewart Bros. and Alward Company Superior Auto Parts Symon's Best Jewelry Company Taylor Flooring Company Thompson, Roland Triplex Machine and Design Company Triple Nickle Laundromat Turner's Market Valley Lanes Bowling Vogelmeier, Helen Vogelmeier, Phil, Company Weiant and Son, Inc., Warren S. Westinghouse Electric Corporation White's Motor Service White Studios WiIma's Wilson and Stricker, Building Contractor Woodmen Accident and Lite Insurance Company Yellow Cab Company Young's Jewelry and Gifts -sf-fsfxfs.fN,N,s.,N.,N,a.,-,,,,N,.,, JUDY ALLEN "A Portrait Lives F oreverv Weddings-Portraits Commercial-Photo Copying 4335 N. THIRD STREET Phone FA 4-4651 Congrclfuloufions and Besf Wishes 'ro The Class of 1959 WHITE,S STUDIOS ALLEN ECLEBERY SENIOR Y-TEENS The Senior Y-Teens Club, which has been very active this year, began its proiects on October 5 by helping with the YMCA float for the United Appeals parade. On October 28 it helped with the International Bazaar. Later the group was in charge of the recognition service, held in the Sec- ond Presbyterian Church, for sophomores and oth- er new members. The club planned a Christmas program and prepared packages of cookies and candy for members of the County Home. On Feb- ruary 7 officers and the cabinet members attended workshop sessions at the L-eaders Conference at Denison University. The club also helped with Pan- cake Day, sponsored by the YWCA and the Jaycees on February 28. In addition to these activities, the Senior Y-Teens sponsored several year-round proiects. Each Fri- day during noon hours, different members of the club carried out a program of recreation for the members of the Starlight Class. The devotions com- mittee presented the morning devotions over the PA system. Funds in its treasury were left to the incoming sophomore Y-Teens Club. The H5 members were advised by Miss Helen Williams and were directed by the following of- ficers: Mary Twinem, president, Julia Mercer, vice- president: Linda Zellar, secretary, and Jayne Steiner, treasurer. Congratulations to Class of 1959 THE BEVERLY SHOP 19 South Park Place Congratulations to Class of 1959 McLEAN'S RESTAURANT Across From the High School Goumois Condy Shop I'101VIE MADE CANDIES Hand-Dipped Chocolates, Caramel Kisses Caramel Apples-Caramel Pecan Rolls 4 Arcade Annex FA 2-6091 Congratulations to the 1959 Graduates WALTER McCONNELL Radio 8g TV Service 957 VVoocllaWn Avenue NEW'ARK, OHIO Congratulations to the Class of 59 ASH MILLINERY 8 Arcade HAYNES BROS. DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY 12 East Park Place . . North 181 fi:-za -uf as -is fn- -is 1-za -is sa- -uc: 'X x DEMAND THIS LHBEL 9' PMUED 0 TRADES COUNCIL 0 NEWARK ol-HO ON ALL YOUR PRINTING This Label designates that the product was produced in New ark by local union workmen receiving a union wage. Wages that are spent locally for the betterment of the entire com munity. Support union labor and union labor will support you. The following are Union shops of Newark: NEIGHBOR and RIGGS CO. ADVOCATE PRINTING COMPANY NEWARK LEADER This ad is sponsored by TYPOCRAPHICAL UNION LOCAL No. 69 Member of Allied Printing Trades Council Representing The Typograpliical Union HARRY HINTON, CHARLES MooRE, ROBERT COYNE CHARLES SIXIITH, Apprentice Observer See lhal your job carries the Newark Union Label kr 238 ilk 'II' 'lk 'U' 88 'll' 88 ilk 8111 an 1. Q!Tl1e REVEILLE Is Composed and Printed In Newark By Members of the Above Craft J JUNIOR Y-TEENS Th J ' Y-Teens Club began the year's activities with an Installation Tea on November 24. The e unior club sponsored the Save the Children Federation used-clothing drive on January 5 through 9. Two of the ' ' I b f th more important projects were the Y-Teen Dance and the Style Show, both held in April. Mem ers o e club also attended the Leaders Conference at Denison University on February 7 and the Ohio State Y Teen Summer Conference on June I5 through June 22. This year's membership totalled 89 girls. Officers were Barbara Kreider, president, Nancy Crist, vice- president, Linda Pickett, treasurer, and Teressa Wagner, secretary. Miss Letha Headlee was the club adviser. For Your COKE DATE Remember the FAIRFIELD SHOPPE Y O U N G ' S JEXVELRY AND GIFTS Diamonds - Watches Watch Repairs Fairfield at Mt. Vernon Road 23 E, Chu-rch St, FA 4-4341 C , HOTEL TAFT ongratulattons to Class of Newark, R. I. ULMER BETTY GAY 95 E. Main St. FA 6-6411 Congratulations BURTIC J EWELERS Thank You for Having Your Picture Taken in Granville ROLAN THOMPSON 4 N'F 1-.XX fx YT A I r ' fi fvf ff' " 1- 'mf' "A XX: 'Xi X ' X k s Q- . KE Y, law. .. sl wsx. M ... 'R MPAN .J-R W 'Q .-XF -R X gtffC,'?s 1 .3 .sf i 'ffw :iii N X JL MJ WJ LT." I JL.: I li l is 11 'Q f , " '-if III , K' ' I l-- I --' .' :Y ' -, I is Tm ,T J I 1 1 Ag ll 'TQ 154513 Q ., , l il gg 1 ,Il 'Z' HT' I .1 lj I. I I 'Q-. QA ga QA- . -H ,lg , I L , lm-, , . if 'ls ' ' A -' Ti' 4 -- ' i.:f1F:2 sf '44 -1 f ' 4 ' . as ff ff! ....-new?" - ' 4 " . I Congratulclhons and Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 THE NEWARK ENGRAVING CO 52 South First Street PHONE FA 4-4101 N E W A R K, O H I O 17-Science projects, art work, and industrial art proiects in banks in recognition of American Education Week. 21-Jack Rank puts on one-man performance of Macbeth. All-Central Ohio loop teams announced. Don Dorn, Gene Knight, Dick Snelling, Terry Hartshorn, and Tom Wortman, all defensive team, Joe Carlo ties for third as Coach of the Year. 22-A debate team goes to Columbus North: B team visits Dayton Fairmont. 27-28-Thanksgiving Vacation. 28-Newark lassoes Columbus West Cowboys 69 to 39. DECEMBER 1-Mr. Richard Anderson of Battelle Institute, Columbus, speaks on the forty-ninth state. He asks us to remem- ber rain. 2-Conference of prospective students to various colleges and universities held during the evening at the high school. Schools represented were Annapolis, Baldwin Wallace, Bowling Green, Capital University, Denison University, Hiram College, Marietta College, Miami University, Mt. Carmel Hospital, Muskingum College, Newark College of Commerce, Ohio Northern Univer- sity, The Ohio State University, Newark Branch of OSU, OSU School of Nursing, Ohio University, Ohio Wes- leyan University, Otterbein College, West Point, Uni- versity of Cincinnati, and White Cross Hospital. 5-Canton Lehman game postponed because of snow storm. 6-Newark wins 8 of 12 in debate at OSU. 9-Assembly: Mr. Salom Rizk, the Syrian Yankee. Gives autographed copy of book to school. Eighty-nine stu- dents order his book The Syrian Yankee, published by Doubleday. CNot all eighty-nine actually bought them later on.J 10-Thermometer registers between nine and twelve de- grees below zero at school time. 11-PTA membership announced to be 795 to date. Of this total 65W of the parents of sophomores, sow of iuniors, and ssfk of seniors have enrolled. 12-Cats defeat Lancaster 62 to 36 in COL opener. 13-Cats down Yellow Jackets 62 to 36 in their hive. De- baters at Columbus North. 14-Third annual Christmas program held in Music Build- ing by music department. 19-Chillicothe trips Newark 51 to 48 at Chillicothe. 22-Mr. Boyd announces that senior "Skip Day" is taboo. Newark Downs Dayton Fairmont 75 to 42. 23-Christmas vacation begins this afternoon. Mr. Hughes' dramatics class presents "Christmas at the Crossroads" at 8:30 for Christmas assembly. 30-Newark downs Columbus South 58 to 50. JANUARY 2-Wildcats defeat Zanesville 61 to 51 in an overtime thriller on local boards. 5-Back to the beloved old heap. To celebrate, the ther- mometer dips to eight below. It represents our own feelings. 9-Marietta upsets Cats for second time this year by tripping up the Allenmen 69 to 51 at Marietta. Seniors take State Scholarship tests. 10-ln debate Newark ties for second with Mifflin and Columbus East and at Port Clinton takes a first. 13-Semester examinations begin. New system of four examinations a day initiated. Band banquet held at Elks ballroom. 14-At 6:30 in the evening amid a dense fog Jeffrey Coelho is killed at the wheel of the family Jaguar as he is returning from Columbus on Route 16. 15-Mary Anna Enich and Ann MacTavish take DAR good citizenship test. Mary Ann later receives certificate. 16-Allenmen overpower Coshocton to the tune of 68 to 31 at Newark. 17-Newark downs Canton Lehman 60 to 42 in a post- poned game from December 5. Game played in New- ark. Good Luck to the Class of ,59 MlTCHELL'S FOR MEN Dick Odor Bob Forgrave Newark, Ohio Congratulations from THE' LICKING LAUNDRY CO. The Home of Personalized DRY CLEANING AND LAUNDRY FA 4-0451 Last year wasa good hula-hoop year . . ,Vow Th photograph is a time exposure made in a darkened room with pen lites on a hula-hoop. One fl hb lb was used during the exposure to light Linda Rechel. head drum majorette at NHS . . . any year is a good year to have Graduation, Wedding or Family Photographs Made at DON POUND STUDIO 35 Arcade Call FA 2-92.11 OXLEY BROS. LUGGAGE 1896- 1959 36 South Third Street 'Flu' Prrfsmif 11'i1h A Fufzrrr? 3 ix l 1 ,, X J y I, FOR LuGGAGi5...ihaiS smartly on the goiytix ' L-554531 CAN TO URISTER , '- - .Y -4'- -:1E- -,-.,' I:2:1:I:-:: -2:r:2:f- 42:2:2:2:2:2i2:2:2?2:2E2:IE2E1:1E2E2E2:2E '-ri" ., fffgv .4, .. we 2 iii? "" A4"'4' Q"'4" 5 is '-'- ' '"5S555E5E55E,.5?E5EgErErE1E5 555-7555-'-i-Y-1-i-. "'5E525E5f" "A' -5-5i5fr51rf3f5f: s. :,, 1.--.::1:r:rErE it -:-:.:.:.f.,,:.,.:.,... If ',f.QfE,f,I,Qf,i,f,f,f,f 1-' Ig: , :5Eq:g:g:::-:-:C:i:7:I"""" 31- :gzg 3zz:::I:2'2-2-1-1-I-I'2:E:E:S:I X0 ' f.5.'.1. 5.5.3131 :+I-I 2O4Ferris Owen speaks in Assembly on Russia and shows slides taken on his trip to the Soviet Union last sum- mer. He is a graduate of NHS class of 1935. 21-Heavy rain falls during night. Streams begin to rise. Township buses begin to leave at 2:30 At 4:30 there is a tremendous downpour. By evening Newark is seeing its greatest flood, even greater than that of 1913. Mayor Long lists Newark in state of emergency. Around 10:00 WCLT announces that Newark public schools are closed. Waterworks is flooded and pumps are shut down. Water main from reserve tanks bursts and Newark water lines run dry. 22-27-Schools closed. Water returns to faucets by late Saturday evening but on January 27 Superintendent Southard announces the reopening of school the next day. Water to be considered safe for drinking by dawn on January 28. 23-Cats drop third away game to Golden Gales 54 to 50. 24-Cats attend Middletown Practice Debate Tournament. 30-Cats upset Chillicothe 51 to 27 on local boards. 31-New Philadelphia bows to Newark 66 to 53 in local gym. Newark debates at Urbana. FEBRUARY 2-Library book exhibit begins in Johnny Clem school to run to February 111. 3-Christopher Sheldon speaks on a cruise among islands of the South Pacific. His lecture consists of a com- mentary accompanying a colored movie. 5wMusic Appreciation hears Moussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. 6-Basketball has second pep meeting. After game in Zanesville, which Newark took 58 to 47, Newarkers are met by a socially sub-strata mob, some with knives. Tom Heisey topped by four Negroes, both boys and girls chased, Don Dorn takes to car tops, Roger Metcalf receives fractured cheek bone, Larry Pagel has to have X-rays, Ed Williams' car kicked in and has I-"lA "" 'T-?X 4- 1 C0lIg7'GfllIlIfi0l15' to 1110 C1'arI11afing Class of 1959 TRIPLEX MACHINE AND DESIGN CO DEVELOPMEN1 IHACIIINE W omc AND HANDLING Street DI 4-4349 7 window broken. Zanesville police arrive after dis- graceful fracas is over. Police at game do nothing. -Newark is aroused over Zanesville hospitality. Com- mon talk of ordinary citizen is that Newark should cease all interscholastic activity with the Y-Bridgemen. Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival in which Band partici- pates. Newark debates at Heidelberg tournament and at Dayton Chaminade. 9-Superintendent Southard announces meeting of super- intendents of COL schools concerning future of ath- letic events in light of Zanesville's discourtesy. Meet- ing will be held Wednesday. Mr. Barclay interviews victims of Zanesville's hospitality. Mr. Boyd attends national principals' meet in Atlantic City. IO-Big rainfall during night. Waters rise again. Mary Ann and Fulton school buses leave at ll:30. Advocate an- nounces meeting of superintendents and assistant su- perintendents in Newark for Wednesday evening to discuss the Zanesville episode of last Friday evening. The paper quotes Superintendent Southard as saying "There is a possibility we may decide to put our schools on a voluntary probation basis and play ath- letic contests before only the student body. We sim- ply cannot run the risk of having our young children attacked after games by rowdy minority groups." In the same issue of the Advocate, P. Wendell Reed in his column "On the Square" wrote: "An irate citiz- enry is taking a dim view of rowdyism that has tarn- ished high school basketball games during the cur- rent seasonf' He mentioned the fight on the floor of the Lancaster game, the throwing of rocks by New- ark Catholic students at the Jacksontown bus after the Catholic's defeat, and questionable behavior on the part of fans at a Newark Catholic game in Co- lumbus, in addition to the Zanesville discourtesy. P. Wendell concluded: "But when unbridled desire to win results in violence, hoodlumism and unpeaceful conduct, al disturbed public will view the spectacle with distrust and revulsion. A distorted spectacle that stimulates savage impulse has no place in our public Compliments Of VALLEY BCDWL LANES --- EMERSON--- it 'Ns A ' 'L CLOTHES- In Style p for Play In Policy y l X In spirit Q for Dress l for Every Occasion 2 -Q fr X 9- EMERSON Clothes Look Right - XVear Right - Feel Right The RCE EMERSQN Store 11 S. West Side Square r.. BT101- FREE PARKING SIIUPPING CENTER ' FOR 1000 CARS Congratulations to the Class of 1959 KLlNE'S DEPARTMENT STORE 19-21 South Third Street school system . . . and should be reshaped into a common participation rather than a mass spctator ac- tivity." 12-At lO:30 Superintendent Southard addresses student body over the PA system concerning COL problems. Announces that superintendents of Newark, Chillicothe, Coshocton, and Zanesville present at meeting last night. He stated that athletics belong to the students. He stated that Superintendent Summers had apologized Monday morning to Newark and Newark officials. He asserted that next year games will be carried on under watchful eyes, and if any incident occurs that is un- sportsmanlike, schools involved will sever relation- ships. He warns against any carloads of students re- turning to Zanesville for retaliation purposes. They will face expulsion. -Newark loses first home game-to Marietta which now has three games up for this year on the Cats-by a score of 60 to 50. -Newark debaters go to Delaware. Marion downs Newark 40 to 36. -Meeting in George D. Heisey home at three o'clock concerning mob scene in Zanesville on February 6. -Assembly: Lincoln-Douglas debates presented with John Ankele as Lincoln and Ed McGlone as Douglas. Mr. Hughes writes script. -Washington C. H. plays here. Cats down visitors 70 to 60. -David Smith, Ed McGlone, Phil Richcreek, and Bruce Wood place among top ten in Licking County in Sen- ior Scholarship test. Smith is Number One in county. Music Appreciation hears Van Cliburn play the Tschai- kovsky. -Newark journeys to Coshocton for last regular season game. Downs Redskns 63 to 45. First CD defense drill during first period this morning. -NHS Band Parents Club sponsors a dance with Jack- son's Beat in the gym. Debaters attend OHSSL dis- trict tournament at OSU. Our Sincere Congratulations to the CLASS OF "59" 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. SFEWKRI Ai.i'v'Ki?iCE THE ARCADE dr IINIIIN ILIIIIK NEWARK!! WHERE Coon FURNITURE IS NOT EXPENSIVE Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1959 STUDIO Portraits with Personality SPORT STYLE SUITS To Make Yourself Dressy and Attractive TH 22-Lt. Commander Phillip F. Mohr of U. S. Naval and Ma- rine Corps Reserve Training Center in Zanesville pre- sents picture on National Defense Organization in as- sembly. The picture was entitled "Sea Power." 23-Newark downs Delaware Willis in first Central District ' Tournament game by a score of 76 to 57. I. I l . - 27-Terry Hartshorn crowned King at D.E. Ball. .U 28-Newark downs Washington C. H. by a score of 74 to 55 in second Central District tournament game. Y-Teens FY" V serve l,8OO people 8,000 pancakes, 500 pounds of -,gi -,V P sausage, and other succulent ingredients at the Elks Club at Pan Cake Day sponsored by Jay-Cees and i YWCA. '- B MARCH W 3wMiami University Men's Glee Club sings for assembly. mg Gives concert in school auditorium in the evening. ti , it Certificate of awards from State Department of Edu- E cation for achievement in state scholarship tests pre- ' E sented to several students by Mr. Boyd. Those who tl ,V ,Q Q I placed were David Smith, Ed McGlone, Phil Richcreek, and Bruce Wood. Ed McGlone also learns that he is a finalist in the Merit Scholarship contest. Newark - meets Columbus Central in third district try. Colum- bus boots Newark 64 to 58. 5-Annual high school contest of UN given. 6'-David Smith, Ed McGlone, and John Hendricks place in this order in the Mathematics test taken yesterday. 6-7-NFL District tourney at Capital University. Gene Printing That Pleases 1735 XVest Main Street Knight cops fourth in shot put in Denison Relays. 9-Mr. Roland Esper, teacher in shop at Roosevelt School, p6SSeS BWBY. 12-Honor Society recognized in assembly. Dr. Roy Burk- hart of First Community Church in Columbus uses as his subject "Do You Know Who You Are?" T4-District Band and Chorus contest is held at Central and NHS. I THE - NEWARK AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION CURRAN MOTORS CO. Olds - Cadillac FRANK L. ELLIOTT MOTORS, INC. DeSoto - Plymouth COOPERRIDER CHEVROLET Chevrolet V COCHRAN MOTORS Rambler RAY MERCHANT MOTORS Chrysler- Dodge - Studebaker WALKER- BATTAT MOTORS Ford PETERSON - BUICK, INC. Buick IIINI GRADY PONTIAC INC. Pontiac PITTS LINCOLN - MERCURY, INC Lincoln - Mercury - Edsel MONTGOMERY LUMBER COMPANY Lumber and Builders Supplies , FA 5-0351 and FA 6-0131 N EWARK, OHIO 130- 138 North Cedar Street -Miss Edith Myer, teacher of home economics at Wilson School, passes away. At the Duncan Heisey home, at three o'clock in the afternoon, Mr. Boyd reads affi- davits of Zanesville students to interested Newark parents. Zanesville students stated Newark was iust as provoking in their actions and manners to Zanes- ville fans as Zanesville had been to Newark. The quote in a letter from a Zanesville student stated that two policemen in Chillicothe with whom he talked said that it was about time somebody calmed Newark down. -Third annual Career Day. Dr. R. C. Young is speaker at opening general session. His subject: What Amer- ica Offers to Youth. -A two-session assembly held during morning in order to let everyone, including all ninth graders, see and hear Albert McMannis speak of and demonstrate usages of atomic energy. He is sponsored by U. S. Atomic Energy Commission. -Music Appreciation hears Zino Francescatti doing the Mendelssohn E Minor with Dimitri Mitropoulos and the New York Philharmonic-Symphony. -Reveille Review goes bi-weekly. 21-OHSSL state tournament at OSU. Newark wins one and loses three. -Distrct Science Fair held at Buckeye Building at Fair- grounds. -Mary Anna Enich learns that she has won first place in High School Contest of UN. -Surprise fire drill around 8:20 in the morning. -Second annual pre-Easter fMaunday Thursdayj service held in the First Methodist Church. James Smith speaks on "Reiected But Living On." Service is at 7:30 in the morning. Spring vacation begins at 4:00. -P. G. Steinberger is notified that he has received a Natonal Science Foundation Fellowship. He will study for ten weeks this summer at OSU with all expenses paid. 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 Compliments of i KAISER ALUMINUM Kaiser Aluminum 81 Chemical Corp Newark Works Open 9:00 to 9:00 Monday Through Saturday Sporting Goods Hardware Houseware Paint Toys PLAZA HARDWARE Newark Plaza Shopping Center 28-Steven McNally and Mr. Nye leave for National DE Convention in Tacoma Washington. APRIL I-Y-Teens have "April Fool" dance. 3-ln Tacoma an announcement is made that Steve Mc- Nally is elected vice president of National DE. 7-8-Preliminary District State Scholarship tests given. 9-Upper Arlington here for track meet. Mary Anna Enich and Grant Oliver win in test concerning alcoholic beverages. Mr. Steinberger, John Hendricks, William Palmer, Bruce Wood, John Whyde, and Joan Kavalyecz explain science proiects which they are exhibiting at Capital University to principals and parents at the dinner of the PTA Council in the Central Church of Christ. IO-Reveille Review carries editorial proposing change in name of paper. Band Parents feature Dean Lewis in a Sock Hop in the gym. Hi Fi and many other prizes given away. -State Solo and Ensemble Contest. First shovel cf earth turned for new school. -TB test for seniors. -Parade of Time assembly presented by Hamilton Watch Company. -Band Concert is presented at Auditorium Theatre. -State Science Fair at Capital University. Second eve- ning of Band Concert. Fifth six-weeks ends. -Samco Dance in gym sponsored by Math, Science, and Astronomy Clubs. Mansfield Relays. -Art classes go to Columbus. -Business Education office-experience day. Many of our girls get practical experience. -Fred Lowery presented in assembly. -State Band and Chorus contest. Newark goes to the Muskingum Relays. Best Wishes to the Class of ,59 PLAZA PURE OIL DAN C. ANCO Deo Drive and Mt. Vernon Road NEWARK, OHIO DI 4-5050 Congratulations fo the Class of 1959 F IBERGLAS u. no. v 1 m ou, Newark, Ohio 27-Seniors measured for caps and gowns. 28-National Merit Scholarship tests given. 30-First night of Chior Concert given. MAY l-Announcement is made that Ed McGlone receives Merit Scholarship to OSU, Choir presents second eve- ning'of music. 2-Denison University is site of final District-State Scholarship tests. 5-Golf team visits Coshocton. 6-COL track meet staged at Athens. 8-9-Band Festival at Springfield. COL golfers meet in Zanesville. I5-'lfhespians present three one-act plays: "Opening Night," a farce by Cornelia Otis Skinnerg "The Sheriff" by James W. Arnoldg and the clown scene from "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Shakespeare. District track meet in Delaware. . -Senior Assembly presented. lt is a variety show. 22-Senior issue of Reveille Review issued. State track meet run. 23-Junior-Senior Prom held in Elk's Ballroom. 26-Senior exams begin. 27-Senior exams end. 29-Caps and gowns issued to seniors. -Baccalaureate service in school auditorium. JUNE I-Sophomore-junior exams begin. 2-Senior commencement practice at White Field Cwe hopej at one o'clock. '3-Senior class picnic at one o'clock. A-Commencement held at White Field fwe again hopelj. 5-The big day! Final assembly at one o'clock. Many sen- iors take their last long look at some of their class- mates. Sophomores and iuniors take only a fleeting look at a little cardboard folder! 21 31 A -2: -E554 . - 'Sri -:5 " ..for Men and Young Men" DOWNTOWN On the South Side of the Square U PTOWN Newark Shopping Center Compliments THE NEWARK MONUMENT CO., INC. 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You Can Be Sure If IFS Wfestinghouse IIC 4' 7 U Westinghouse Renewal Ports Center NEVVAHK, OHIO '- INDEX Abbott, Curtis Warren 111 ...,,. ,,,,,,,,,,r,Y,. 6 7 Ables, Sandra Kay .................. ..,...,..... 6 7, 130 Ackers, Paul Eugene ,,,,..., ..,....,.i.,,r,.,,. , ,... 6 7 Acord, Judith Ann ...,ii......,, ........,...,.............. 8 2 Acton, Ruth Winogene ....... ........... 5 7, 107, 129 Adams, Edris Bose ,.,....... ........,...,. 5 9, 108. 116 Adams, James David ....... ,,,.,,,., 2 5, 26, 154, 157 Adams, Sharon ..........,.,,...... ..,.,,.,,,,.,.,.,...,...,..,,. 9 0 Adams, William Charles .... ......,....,.. ............ 5 9 Aeby, Robert Lee .....,,,,,... ,...........,,......,,.. 6 7 Alban, Marjorie Ellen ...... ....,,... 2 6, 102, 109 Alban, Reese Elroy .,,.,........ ,,,..,. 2 6, 102, 111 Albery, Barbara Sharon .,.... ...,,,,,..,,,s,,,,,..... 6 7 Allberry, Betty Lou ...,.,,i,,,,, .........s,, 6 7, 115 Allbury, Mabel Marie .....,,, .........,.. 9 0 Allen, Barbara Jane ...,.,. ,,,,,,.....,... 2 6 Allen, Grace Eileen ...... ..,.........,,.... 2 6 Allen, James ........ .......... ,..,.,,. 1 6 , 163 Allen, Judith Merrie ...,.,, ,,.,, .....,,........ Z 6 Allen, Serra Sue ,................. ..... ,........... 6 7 Alspach, Marilyn O ....,,,.,,,,,.,,, ..,,..,.. 2 0 Ampspaugh, James Kenneth .... ,,,...... 2 6 Anco, Danny, ,.....,..................,, ,,,. ..... 8 2 Anderson, Betty ..,.........,..,..... ............ 3 6 Anderson, Jack Edward ....... .......s.,s,... 2 6 Anderson, John Freeman .,,, ..,,,,,,,,...... ..59 Anderson, Linda Louise ......., .,........,, 5 9. 129 Anderson, Nancy ..,,,,,,...,.,...,,,.. .,,,,,,,,,..,.......,... 8 2 Anderson, Ronald William ....... I ..,., 59, 100, 120 Anderson, Sue ........r.r,r,....,.,,,,.. ..,..,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,........ 8 2 Anderson, William Clark .......,.....,.. ,.....,..r...,,,,,,,,, ,........,,.,,,. 5 9 Anderson, William Mackenize .............,.,...,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,......,, 6 7 Ando, Alfred Allen .,,,.,,,.,,,l,,r,,,,.,..,......... 59, 100, 110, 126, 149 Andrews, Joe Franklin ..,,,,,,..,,,, ..,,,............,....,.,.,..,........,,,,,,,.. 6 7 Amzeletti, Lana Marie ....... ....,,....r...,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7. 115 Ankele, John Mowrey ..,.., ......,. 5 9, 101, 104, 108, 125, 137 Ankrum, Jane Kaye .,,.,.. ...,,...,.,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,....,,.. 5 9 Ankrum, Janet Faye ,...,..... .,r,,,r,,,,,,,,....,.r,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,.... 5 9 Anthony, Paul Donald ........ ,. ,,,,,..., 57 Anthony, Sharon ,,,,r....,...,,,.,,,,,,. . ...... 78 Applegate, Mark Haverfield ,,r. .......,, 6 7 Arick, Connie ,,,,,,,r,,,,.,....,,.....,.. ,.,.,.... S 2 Archer, Donald Raymond ,,,,.... .,,...... 0 0 Arick, Richard ...................,.,. ...,.,,,, 8 2 Arledge, Ronald ,Eugene .,..,.. ,,....... 6 7 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 H E R M A N N ' S Quality Men's Store Since 1902 5 south Third ?2Wi f X Av: BETTEIX Q, e branch' CJHIO POIWEITQJMPANY if N ELECTRIC POWER sv HDRNER' RHHNHRK PHI C0. Armentrout, jerry ,,,,,,,,......,,.. .... ,,A,A,,A.,,Y 8 2 Armstrong, Larry Raymond ,,....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 6 Armstrong, Lois lean ......,,...,,.. ,A,,A, 5 9, 169 Arnold, Charles Frederick ....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Arnold, june ................ .,......, ,,,,A,,,,,,,,4, 8 2 Arnold, Patricia Arm ...,,.,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 5 9, 114 Ash, Marilyn Elaine ,,... . ,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, ,,,A 5 9, 114 Ashcraft, Carol Sue ......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,1,11,,,, 6 7 114 Aslicraft, Judith Kay ,...... ,..,,,, 6 7, 106, 121 130 Ashcraft, Virgil ,,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 1 6 Athey, Richard ..............,.... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, U86 Atkinson, Susan Ann ..,.... ,,,,,,,,, 6 7 itwoodil lficky ................ , A,,A,,A,, S6 0- ' very ei ani ,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,i,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,A 0 Conbratulatlons frum Ayers, Marelaine Gene ,,.., .,,,,,.., ,,,,,, 6 7 , 115 Azbell, Robert Earl ...,.,.. ,.....,........ ,.,,,.., , , 26 B of Us at Bachman, Cherale ,,,,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Bachmann, Robert Edward ,,,,,,,, ,,,,4,1.,4,,,,,.,,,,,,,v,,,,,4, 2 6 Bacskay, Gizella Louise ,..... . .... .... 67, 115 130 137 Bagnet, john Fred ,....s.. ...... ,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 6 Baggs, Katherine Ann ..... ...,..,.. 6 7, 115, 130 Bailey, Sarah ....,,...,,....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.., 0 0 Baker, Beverly Darlcna ..,.., ....,,,.,.,.. 6 7 100 Baker, Charles Marian ........ ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Baker, Hazel Marie ........... .........,.,.,.................,.,.,,,.,,,..,. 0 0 Baker, Janet Kaye .......,... ........ 2 7, 98, 99, 103, 106, 110 Baker, ,Tay Buford i....,. ..,.,.,...,,,,..,,,,..,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Baker, Io Ann ,,,,,,,,i. ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 7 Baker, john Philip ....... ....... ,..... . , . ,..,,,, H27 Baker, Johnny ,,,,...,,,,,, ,.,,,, . .78 Baker, Iudith Rae ........ . ...,.. 67, 115 Baker. Leonard Willis ....... ..,....,.... 5 9 I Baker, Rita ,,....,,,,,,,,,....... ...,........ 8 6 Baker, Sam .,...,.....,...,...... ,........,..... 8 6 . Baker. Shawn Marien. .,... ,..,..,., 5 9, 114 Balser, Karl Edward ...... ......... 2 7, 123 Balser, Victor Paul ....,,... .................. 5 7 nc Banks, Lena Suev, ,,,,... ......,.....,.. ,.....67 ' Bantc-ll, Sherly Virginia .,...... .,i.... 5 9, 100. 129 Barclay, Kenneth Dale ,.,..... ,....,...,........... 9 4 Barclay, Michael Lee .,..... .,.......,,.,,,,.. 6 7 Barclay, Robert W ..,,,.,., ...... 1 4 Rarc-ns, Linda Lou ,,,..,. ......... 6 7 Barker. Carl Lee ,,,,.,... ,,,.,...... 6 7 Barncs Connie Sue ,,...... ....., 6 7. 115 Barnes, Dawn Lee ,,......... -v ,.-, 67 115 Barnes Mary E ..., ..... ,-.-,-...-.. 2 0 Barr, Darlene ........,.... ...,.............,..r,.r....., ................., 8 2 Barrett, Judie Kay .,.... ...........................,..V 4--..----- --Yf---- 1 - 5 9 124 Barrett, M011y Kathleen ,,,,,,,,, ,,,67 98, 99, 115, 118, 130 137 Barrett, Richard .....,........... .......... ........--.--4-.-r---4--4-,--A-.4-4---.. 9 0 Congratulations to The Class of 1959 NORTH FORK GRAVEL CO. WASHED, CRUSHED, AND GRADED CRAVEL TOP QUALITY SANDS Waterworks Road DI 4-6347 204 W 1 A ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL WIRING Phone DI 4-5384 Heath, Ohio Heath Electric Company Barrick, Raymond ....,,,.,,.,.. Barrick, William Edwin ...... Bartlett, Clyde Ray ................ 58, 59, 110, Barton, Barbara Ann .......... Barton, Barbara Lou ....,,.., Barton, Donna Louise. ,..,.. Baruxes, Chris ................ Barzen, Diane.,.,, ...... 671 x .,16 ..67 158 123 115 130 Bates. Alvena Ruth ...,........ ...........,..,....,..... 5 9 Batterson, Victor ....,.,....,...,...., .,.... 1 7, 115, 116 Buughman, Linda Mae .............. ......,,,,.,.,......,. 2 7 Baumgarmer, Janet Louise ......., ,.,,..... ..........,...,. 5 9 Baumgartner, Judith Kaye... .,..... 27, 117, 128 Bausman, Karen ........,,.i ...................... 82 Bayles, Loretta .......,,,.,,,.. ,,,,,.,....i....,,.... 6 7 Beach, Jerry L .........,.i........... ,........... .,.... ....,Y.i,....... 0 0 Bazler, Barbara Lee ....,.....,,..,, ..i.....,..,........., 6 7, 111, 130 Beatty, Alan .,.,..,..,i.....,.....,,........ ....,,,...,,,............,..........,...... S 2 Beckman, Richard William .,..,. ....... 2 7, 103, 110, 113. 120 Beeney, Bonna Leah .,......,,..,, ...,,.... 2 7, 59, 116, 98, 99 Beeney, Carol Jane ,....,....,... ....,.,....,.............,,........ 1 29 Beggs, June Laura .......,. ,........,Y.,,.,,........ 2 7, 114 Be l, David ................,,. ..........,i.,.,.,....... 8 6 Bell, John .,........,.,,, .................i..........i 5 fi Bell, Linda ,...,.,....,.V,YY., ...........V, ..,,......-.,V-. 7 3 Bell, Saundra Kay ...,.,,..,. i.....,, 5 9, 103, 11, 116 Belter, Beth Ann ,,,..... ,,Y,,, .Yi....... 2 7 , 104, 114 Bendick, Harry ........,,.....,..... ..................... . ...86 Bending, Larry Eugene ..,.., ,, ...V...... 57, 114 Bendure, Clifford ,,,,.,,,,.,..... Y,...,,....... H78 Bennett, Judith Ann .. ......,.....,.. V,.,... 5 7. 115 Bennett, Pauline Catherine .,,... ......,,..- , .... 5 9 Berger, Lloyd Delno .,i....,......,, ....Yi.... 5 9, 109 Berger, Paul ..........,. ..,.,,..,..., ..,... ......Y,V..... 9 0 Bero, David Eugene ...... .....,, 2 7, 98, 99 Berry George James .,...., ' ...........A......, 27 Berry Patricia Lou ,.....,,...,. .......,... ,...- 9 4 Besanceney, Geb .....,,., ....,. ...,V., S 2 Bethards, Fred Eugene ,,,,..... ..... 6 7 Bethards, Freda Eileen ...... ,,.,... 9 4 Bevard, Larry Eugene ....,,. ....,..A.. 5 7 Bevard, Margaret Lou ..,,,... ...,...,,i..,..,,.......,.....,...........V.V...., A .59 Bibart John Stephen ,.,,,...,,. Bibart, Richard Lee, 58, 59, 101, 125, 149, 154, 158, 163, 103 165 Bibart, Thomas Eugeneu, ,,......,....,,,,.,.......,..........,.........,.... 67 Bierly, Sandra Sue ....,.,.......i...,,......,.,, ....,.,.............. 6 7, 03. 115 Billett, Carol Ann ..,,...,.,............ ...i.... 6 7, 107, 11, 130 Billingsley, Darl Ellsworth ....,,,. ,.....i.....,.........,........ 2 3 Billman, Loretta Jane ,....... ,..... .,..,.,,.....,... . .59 CARTNAL 8g SONS SHEET METAL ROOFING AND FURNACE CONTRACTORS Rear 58 South Fourth Street PHONE FA 4-4141 ' Serving the Public Since 1920 Graduate of 1959 Have You Ever Thought Of Being A BeauticianP U 5 Q A mill THE 3-B SCHCOL OF BEAUTY Now Offers You Training for a Lifetime Career In a Pleasant, WVell Paying Professidn DAY AND NIGHT CLASESES The Latest Available In Oni' Complete Beauty Clinic QApp0intments Not Neceesaryj Binckley, Allen Burton ......... Binckley, Brenda ...,.... 67, 100 Binckley, Sharon ............,.... 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Penney Co., Inc. 171 Riverside Drive Newark, Ohio Buckey, James ................. ..r...................,........,. 8 2 Carver, Larry David ....... ........ 5 9 Buckey, Linda Lea .............. .,,.,., 5 9 108, 129, 170 Cash, Robert ,....................,,. ...,,..,,,, 1 9 Buckwalter, Bonita Claire ...,.. .,....,. 6 8, 111, 114 20 Cashdollar, Jerry joseph .......... ...............,..., 2 9 Budd, Donald.. ..A..... ......... .................,.,......... 2 0 Cashdollar, Ruth ..,,..,.........,..,., ...,.,.....,.,......... 8 6 Bull, Virginia Lee ...,.,..... ,...,........,,.,.,,.,.... 5 9 Cashdollar, William George ....,.... ....,..,...,..... 6 8, 126 Burchard, Darlene ........ .........., 6 8 Cass, Betty Iou ................,,....... ........ 6 8 115, 130 Burden, Patricia Lou ..,..,. ..........,.., 9 4 Castle, Judith Ann. ,..... ..., ........,..,.. 6 8 , 114 Burkham, Donna lean ......... ...,.,...... , .... 9 4 Cayton, Richard Lee .,..... ,,.. . . .......,...... 94 Bumard, Walter Eugene ......, ........ 6 8, 112 Chapman, Joyce Elaine ...... ...........,,.......... 6 8 Burris, Carol Mae ........,,..... ....,.., 6 8, 130 Chapman, Peggy Ann ...., , ....,..,. 59, 129, 114 Burris, Elmer Benjamin ...... ....,......,.. 5 9 Chapman, Sarah Leona. ..... ......,,. 6 8, 114, 115 Burris, Robert Allan ....... ,...,..,........., 6 8 Chapman, Tom Mullen. ........,...... 30. 109 Burt, David ........ - .....,..., ........,...... , .... 8 2 Chapman, Wilma Mae ........ ......,.,...,..,.. ......................,..... 3 0 Burton, Mary Ella ..,.., .,......,...,... 2 9, 99 Charles, Richard Paul ...,.... ....,..............,..,,......,.. 4 26 Busch, Mary Kay .,.. ..... Bush, Carol jean ..,......,... ......59, 1 10, 1 Charlton, Roberta Ann ...,.... 68, 1 8 1 114, 98 14 Bush, Dorothy Louise ......., ...... 25 2 Bussard, Warren ......,....,. Butler, Marlene ............ Butler, Ronnie ,,......,,..,, Butler, William Harry ......... 12111186 ........7s ,,..,...29 16 Chase, Carol Ieann. .........., 30, 101, 110, 117, 128, 116 Cherubini, Micheal Albert .......................,..........,.,............... , .... 9 4 Cherubini, Ro er Owen ..,...... .... ,.,,...........,......,.., 6 8 128. 116 Children, Cami Lynn ............. Chronister, Thomas Henry ,,,,... Church, Iames Clarence .,,..,. Chynoweth, Dr. John L ........ .........68 118, 130, 93, 99 .....,.,.es, 101, 125. 100 Bynum, Thomas ,,,..,.,.....,, ,.....,., ........ C Cady, Bruce ,..,.................... , .........,......,.........,.,...........,......... Cagney, Margaret june ,....,...,........................ 68, 114 120, 130 Callan, Elaine Belle 1.......,.......,... ......,.................,..,,................. 5 9 Callander, Sue Ann ,.,. ..,.....,..,.. 6 8, 101, 111, 107, 130, 98, 99 Callentine, Daniel Blake ,......,...............,..... ., ..,.,.........,....... , .... 68 Callentine, james .......,......... .....,...,.......... ..... ,..,..,.................. 9 0 Cameron, Marilyn jean ,...... ,,.....,..... 2 9, 114, 98 Cameron, Marjorie ...,,,............ .,....,.....,..,.......,.....,.. 8 6 Campbell, Decorah Jayne ,....... ......., 6 8, 117, 115, 130 Campbell, Horace ............. ...,.. ...... ......,..., 5 9 Campbell, Karen ...........,.. ...,.... 8 2 Campbell, Ronald ..,......., ............ .,......,........... 8 2 Campbell. Ronald Dale ........., ......,.........,.....,...,,..,.....,,... 6 8 Ca.mpbell, Sylvia Carol ............. . ,,.,,, 98, 68, 118, 115, 130 Caplinger, james Richard ..,.,., ..................................,,.. 9 4 Carlo, joseph ...,...,.............,.... ..............,,. 1 8, 155, 156 Carlo, Mona ,.............. ...... . .. ..................... ..16 Carlson, Penny Sue .............,.. ....i.,.., 6 8 115 Carpenter, Arthur Eugene ...... ....i..........l. 6 3 Carper, Carolyn Sue .......,,.... ....... 6 8, 106 Carson, Brent Lewis ,.......... .............. 9 4 Carson, Ronald Norris ....,.... .....,..,,.,..... 2 9 Carson Carver, , Rosemary ........i..,t jerry .,........ ,.... ..,,....68,. 115 .. ..,,..,.... se Claggett, james Douglas ....... ............,.,..........., 6 8 Clark, Alice Jeannette ........ ..,....,. 3 0, 128. 116 Clark, Charles .................. ..,... 1 55, 59 126 Clark, Cheralyn ............ ..........,.......... 8 2 Clark, Constance ...,.... - ..... .................. 7 8 Clark, David E ..... ........,..... ....,................ 7 5 Clark, Raymond Charles ..,.... . ................................,....... 158 Clark, Sonya Kay ..,................ ........,..........,,,........ 5 9, 114 108 Clawson, David Richard ,..,,.................,...............,..... 1 ...... 68, 169 Clawson, Harold E .,...................,. 30, 142, 119, 137, 100, 139 Clawson, Pat .....,.,,........,.......................................................,.. 78 Clemings, Harriet Sue ..,.....,....,........ .......... - ...............,.... 6 8, 115 Cline, Doris Trumanna ,,.. 130, 66, 68, 101, 117, 98, 99, 100 Cline, janet Carol ,...... ..,30, 101, 117, 127, 128, 98 99, 103 CIin,e Sandra Sue ,..,.,..,... ...,....,....,...........,.... 1 29, 59, 116, 100 Clowe, Terry Gorden ..................,.,..,,...i.........,..... -r...---.--.r-,,-- 9 4 Cluggish, William Gorden ....... ..,,..... 6 8, 101, 125, 169 Coates, Terry Lee .,...,.......,.,., .,.......,...., ......... 6 8 , 116 Cocanour, Charles Richard ....., Cochran, Everett E .,........... Cochran, james Michael .....,, Cochran, Loyal Burdette ...,... Cochran, Sarah Sue ,..,..,..,.. Coelho, Connie .................... Coelho, jeffrey Theodore ...... Coelho, Richard William ,.....,. Coffman, Ruth Ann .......,..,,,.. Colby, Darlene M.. .,....... ......,.es ...........59 ....,...es,, 115 .....,......86 ...,.........13s, 9 60 .,,.,,,,,so, 129, 116 ...,...so, 118, 116 Congratulations Class of ,59 BUCKEYE ODORLESS CLEANERS 70 East Main Street Newark, Ohio Collis, Susan Gary ...,.... , ....... 60, 111, 137, 138 Collins, Connie ................ ,,,....,.... .............................. 1 4 2 Collins, john .........,..,,...,...........,.,,...., ..,... ..,,.. ,.,...... 9 0 Collins, Sandra. ,.., r ,...................,............ ..90 Colville. fFishb, Fontaine Delores ,,.,,.,. ,,i...,, 3 0 Compton, Carol Ann ..,....,..,.................. . ,,... V30 gompton, Eleanorl Eloise ..,,...,............ ......... . 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U68 Cooperrider, Terry Lee ........ ..,..,., 6 0 114 Corder, James Francis .,,. r..,.,...,.,,. 9 4 j Copeland, Kathy .........,,, .rrr..,..,.,. 8 6 D Copley, Wanda Iean ....,,.,,.. ,,,,........ . .68 Corby, Mary Lynne ,,.,........,.,., , ,ir.,.. 68 130 Corder, VVilliam Harold ..,,...,,,. ..,.... 6 8, 169 Cotterman, Jerry Douglass ...,... .......,. . .60 Couden, Karen Lou r,,,.,,,,...., ,,r,rr.,.... . .60 Courson, Joyce Ann ..,.,,,.,,,,... ,.....rr 6 8, 130 Courson, Rachel Charlene ,,,,,, ,i.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. . .60 Coventry, David ,.,,....,.,r,r.,.,,, ,.......,....... . . U36 Cowles, jerry Lee ....i..,,,.,... ..,......Y,......,........ 6 8 Cowles, Sally Iane ...,.,,,, ........ 3 0, 118 128 Cox, Lester B ................ ..,,....,.............. 8 6 Cramer, Larry Eugene ,,,..,... ....,, ....., . . 60 Cramer, Sandra ..........,,.,.. ......... . .86 Crane, Dale Eugene ,,..,,, . ,,,,..,........ .68 Crane, jim Donald ..,....,.,,, ...,... 60, 148 Crawford, Connie... ,.,,,,,.....,,.. ,........... . .86 Crawford, Douglas William ....... .......,,........ 6 8 Crawford Sandra Lee .....,....... .,,... .,.,.........,.,.,.,.,.,,. 6 8 , 130 Crebs, Carol ................,.,,..... .....,,.,,,...,r,..,...,.....,r... ............. 3 2 Cree, Suzanne Vogel .,,...., ,,,.,,,, 3 1, 98, 99, 103, 127, 128 1520 West Church Street Crego, Cary .....,.,.,,,,,,,... ,,.,...,.....,....,,,,,..,...,.,,,,.,. ,,,....,. 9 0 Criss- Cheryl ,....... ..,,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,r......,.....,.,...... . . . .90 Crist, Christine Ellen ..,.... ,,,,,,, 3 1, 98, 99, 116, 117, 128 Crist, David Allan ,....,.. ,,.,....,..,,.............. . 68, 116, 126 DI 4-7045 crm, Nancy Lee ....,.......... ...,............. 6 0, 108, 114, 129 Crothers, Larry Wallace ...... ...........1.......................... 6 0, 100 Crowley, Rosemary Ann .....,,,. ..... 5 68, 100, 111, 114, 130 Croy, Sally Jeannine ........... ............................................ 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Danko, Shirlie Anna ..,,.... ,.,....,,.,..6s, 115 116, 117 ...ffffffffffffffffffff.60 .,,,,,,6s, 100, 116 .........,86 Darkes, Sandra Kaye ...... ...,,,,, 6 8, 115 Davenport, Richard ,....,.,.. ,,.,.......,.... 9 0 Davidson, Bruce ..,..,... .,,,,,,,.. ,....,,,., 3 1 , 123 Davidson, Rebecca lane ,.,... ..,,,.,, .,.. 6 0 , 114 Davis, Curtis Alfred ,,,,.,.. ,,,,1,....,.,,,,1....,.., 9 4 Davis, Daniel Bishop .... ,,,, ......... 3 1 , 118 103 Davis, Iudith Ann ,....... ,.....,.,.,,......,.,, 6 8 Davis, Louise .............1,. .,... ....,,..... , 86 Davis Marjorie Ann ,,...,,, ..,..,. 3 1 Davis, Ralph William ,,,... ....... 6 0 Davis, Robert ............,,. ....... 8 6 Davis, Robert ..,,,,.,.... ....... 8 6 Davis, Sharon ...,.........,, ,,..,.. 7 8 Davis, Terry ........,.....,..... ....... 8 6 Davis, Thomas .........,,,,..,..... ......, 6 0 Davis, Thomas Eugene ,,,,,., ....... 8 6 Davis, VVillard Oscar ..,. .. ....... 31 Dawson, Tom ..,,.,...,..... ....... 8 2 Day, Io Ann .,..,..,. ...,,.,,.. ......, Deafenbaugh, Robert .,..,... ....... 1 9 Dean, Betty ..,,........,,,., ,...... 2 0 Dean, Lawrence ........... ,...............,.........,.....,, ........,,...... 6 0 Dean, Martin I ...,,1,...,.... .,................,...1..... ,i..,,.,,.... ..........- 1 5 Dean, Margaret Ann ,... ..,...........,,. ......,.......,........,,,.........., ..... 6 8 Debevoise Cary Ann ...,,.,,.,,.,r 59, 60, 149, 155, 157, 153. 164 Debevoise, Richard Lee ,,.....,.,1........,Y...............,,..,VV .V...YV-- 3 0, 125 Deckard, Gary Dennison ,,.,......,.,,...,,..,. ......,....,,,....,V...fVV...-. A -50 Decker, Georganna .......... ..YV....VVVA. .,--.f Y 186 Decker, Marilyn lane ..,,..... ..........,...V........ 1 15 DeFrance, Iudith Lee ..... . ...... 60, 116, 129 DeLong, David ..........,,.,. ............-V..,...VV 9 0 Demas, George .......,,.,.... ,...,Y..-. 1 9, 107 DeMooy, Beverly ,,.......,,,,, ...,A-.....Y- 9 0 DeMorest. Sandra Lee ,,..,. ...,., . . .,.....,,,,,.V.,V....V,. .,,-1--v--YY-YV, 9 14 Denncr, Mary Ann 1,..... .,..........,,..,...........,,....., .........,1..--..... 3 1 Dethy, Ray C ..,.....,,,.... ..................,.......YV......,,...,YV-- f--A--'-----,'Y 1 5 DeVaul, Elsa Lou .,.,..,,....,..,1, 68 98, 99, 111, 114, 115, 130 Deweese, Karen Ann ,Y.,,1....,..,..,,........,..... ...,.YY.,..YA--------,------ 9 4 Dick, Dana Lee ........,..... ...... . .. ...,.............,VV. ..........,.-,,-- - -53 Dickerson, Fleeta. ...,..,i.... ...,,..--------,--,,-- 1 3 Dickerson, lack Edward ..,. .... .,,Y,.. 6 0 , 155, 158 Dickerson, T. Edwyn .......... 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Y,.......... 6 0 , 129 Drake, Robert ................... .,....V.Y.YV...............V 6 9 Drasko, Joseph Edward ....... .........VV,VV ..Y,V. 6 9 . 116 llgrumm, lglirgliarg Sue ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 6 0, 100, 116, I rumm, a ......... .....Y.YY,YY.,,...Y...,.....V.. - , Duckm, Hajj,1d,d,mN Wholesale growers of Dudding, Jerry Lee .,.... ,.YY............YY.... 1 9 guggeon, glichardmi, .,,. 1 ..,, ..,... 3 2, 154, 159 DlIg55""111ai,i?TTT77'T rrr, 1li.fI"' Tii1iii1iiii1i11iis2 Gfeenheuse Leaf and Blbb Leffvee Duncan, Judith Ann ............. ...... 6 0, 114 Dunlap, Howard Edmund ,.,..,, ,...... . .94 3321231 11YQiTY,fTTTTi111ii3ii11ee' ,,,iii1ii1i111111111113'?i Temafees and Cllellmbele Dunlap, Sharon Kay ....... ...,..,,,,....., 6 0. 114 gunrk Maglou .,..., .,,,,... ....... 6 9, 114 128 t- er, onni- 're ....... ,,.,.,,,.......... . . - 1- . D331 Michael bougllassmm luesh Greenhouse Tomatoes and Dye, Diana Dell .........,.,..... ....... 6 9 1151 130 Dyer, Michael .,... ,.,,..,, .............Vl....... 8 2 Dye, Nancy SW 'ee'----- ----'-"' 3 2 116 Cucumbers are Sold at our Roadside Eagle, lime? Anhri ,.,, I ...,.... . .................... ag e, amce :me ..,,,. .........,.,,,.,,,,......... 1 I . .- Eagfm, Phyllis Ann ...,.... ,,,,.,,,.... 6 0, 114, 129 51111171 110111 AP111 fe 11115' Eardley, Sarah Ann ........ ...... 6 9, 105, 111, 130 Earl, Penny Sue .......,.. ...................., 6 9, 111 RGCKWELL-STANDARD STANDARD CORPORATION Transmission ond Axle Division Newcirk, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of 1959 Congratulations C lass' of ,59 Easton, Barbara jean ........, Eckelheriy, Allen jay ...... Eckert Charles ....,..,.......... Eclelierry, Ronnie Lee ...,.. Edgell, Bruce Vincent ..,....... Edgell, Lola Mac. ,.............. Edgell, Lonnie .................... Edman, Warren Herbert, Edwards, Amy ....,............. Edwards, Ann ............,..Y.,.. Edwards, Don Larry... Edwards, james Marvin .... Edwards, Paul B ...,..........,.. Edwards, Robert ..,,,Y......, Egnew, Bonita Kay ....... Elliott, Iane Ann ...,......... Elliott, Elliott, john Alhcrt ,,...,.. Monty .,r,,,........ jr ...... .......69, 15, 130 ........60, 116 .......,,69, 32, 100. 103, 82 17 """""ii6,"isQ .....32 ...15 117 128 .....94 .....69 82 Elliott, William ....,,,.. . r.,. ..... . . Ellis, Marlene.. ..... ..........,....... 7 8 Ellis, Suzanne ......... ., ...... ..... .................. .... .....r.. 6 0 . 1 14 Emerson, Linda ................... ............................,..,...,.............. 9 0 English, Iames L ................... ...................r................. 6 0. 100 Enich, liiary Anna ........ 32, 102, 103, 105. 109, 117 128 139 Eppert, Sandie Lou .................................... ..................., 3 2, 123 Erick, Edward .,....,,.....,.,..,..,......................,.,....... 144. 148, 150 Erick, Sally Daniels ..... ........ 6 9, 99, 100, 111. 130 Erwin, Robert ............. .....................................-. 0 0 Evans, Coral Ann ..........,. .....,..........,................ 6 0, 103 ' Evans, Dan Addison .......... .....,.............. ..................,...... 5 3 3 Evans, LaVerne Sue .. ,,.. ........................................,..-...-.. , Y Evans, Patricia Anne .... ......,. 33. 98, 99. 102, 117, 123 Evans, Rick Bauer ...... ............................................ A 75 Evans, Sue .... ............. ...............,,....,,,,.,...,... -------Y 5 1 1 Everett, Susan Diane ...,. . ...... ....... 3 3, 98, 102, 109, 117 F Factor, Alice Linda ...... ...r........ ........, 6 0 , 100, 114 Fadley, Donna .......... ...... ,.AA,,-------.v'Y-AAVV - , 73 Fairhurn, Forrest ...,... .......,..,...,-..... 7 3 Fairchild, Dick... ........ ......,,...,.-.,,..--.---f--.,,.- A --86 Farley, Lanny Ray ......... ...................,,.......-...,.--.-. 6 0 Farmer, Barbara ,lane ...... ....... 6 9, 111, 114, 115, 1130 Farmer Bill .................. .............,,,...,.........,.-...------- 8 6 Farmer, Joyce Arm ...,,,,,, .... 3 3, 98, 02, 108, 114 Fanner, Loretta ....... ....,...... .......-,..,1.-,-------,--,.,--,------- 6 0 Famham, Nancy Marie ....,......, ......................,-.,.-,------- 6 9 Farrington, Frank Samuel ........ ....,... 3 3, 100, 103, 143 Feaster, Constance Ann ....... .........--....A..-..------------ 3 3 LICKING ELECTRIC, INC. 39 North Third Street Telephone FA 2-9191 MAINTENANCE - CONSTRUCTION - REPAIR COMPLETE SERVICE FOR THE MODERN KITCHEN lf Congratulations Senior "BEST, OF LUCK SYMONS BEST JEWELRY CO. 1 North Third Street Fee, Donald Edward ..,.., ,...... 6 0, 155, 159 Ferrel, Allen ..................,. ....,................... 6 0 Ferry, Forrest William .,,..., .,.....,.,,. 3 3, 60 X Fetter, David ..........,......... ..........,..... cf.. X lgueuexgiegeilj Einda .....Y..... .....r. fl, r , . .,.........,.... ,... . . X - -I .- ,- I File, Brucslmlilzllwar .... .... ......... 6 S J ' X f -1? Fikc, Delbert onset ,..... ......... 3 3 , ,pg.xNX. jf If Fike, Peggy ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,..,,. ,..,,,,,.....,,...,.. n F ?f " o Ilfilliill J Beverly ............ ...,...........,........ Q 2 1 ,, -31 ,G 1 , a ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,. . ..... ..,,.,,...,,...,,l......... Figvk, Lfllry Gene ........... 1. .YEAE.. 33, 111, 122 HAVE WELDEF.-WILL TRAVEL Einlc, Vriqc Kegajeth ......... ..,....,....,................. 2 ' , ert ......... ....,........................ . . 52221, ggfald Cleow-V W--ginnibngmili- 123 SEE BOYD ' 'i .....-...... ---.... , , , Lf Fear? R.:22reaLs.. .,,.o.oii ....W,..,o....,ioooo,,.. 6 0, 126 B Q Y D Igitzimmimlf, Ygfkiy Lee... ....,,,,.,,.,.,..,,,. 33, 123 eitz, o n ar ............ ..........,........ ' 0 F1em'g, Ed'th ,........... . .... ......t. . .84 W M h h Fluhdlgty, Belh Ann ....,,r,. ...,,. 6 9 e 8 S Elfggfgi 1?,QffQ's--lffffijjj--' W-jj'-:ggi Fourth and Walnut Newark, Ohio g , D' 'l ,.,,......,....,.,.. ..,,,.......... T Fgreiian, ayllerry ,.,...,...,...,. .........Y..,. . .78 Foreman, Richard Henry ........ 69, 114 Forgrave, Tom .................. ......... . . H82 Fortney, Sue Marie .......... .,..,...... . .60 Foster, Barbara Ellen Y,.. .. ........ FO, vvn Foster, Mary ...,............... .,.,............. . .90 Foster, Ralph Willis ,...... ,,..,,,,.,,.,....... . .94 Fox, Carole Sue .............. .................. 8 3, 116 Frame, Terry Keith ..,,..,..... ......... 3 4, 122, 123 Francis, Charles Walter ....... .,...,.,............ . .94 Francis, Darlene Edith ....... ......, 69, 106, 115 X Frank, Bonita Grace ......... . .....................,.... 169 - Franklin, Beatrice Mae .... ............................. . .69 ' I a Franklin, Sue Whitehill ...... ..r.... 6 0, 111, 127, 129 . Franks, Patty Ann ............ .............r............ . .94 . ' .,lNg1 Frasher, Granville james ........ ....................... . .84 Freeman, Betty Carol ............ ...... ...... ............ 6 9 , 115 IISIIQAICEGREAL ESTATE Freeman, Millie Dowell ......... ...................................... . .94 Frey, Bernard .................... ......................................... . .82 Freytag, Anita jean ......,. 60, 110, 114, 127, 129 gribleyi-I lvlikeg .......... ........ .......................................... g 8 rle , 1 ymon . ....... ...... ...... ................... . . Frye, Belify Allin .............................................................. 60, 116 20 North Fourth St., Phone FA 6-6581 Fryling, Carol Ann .............................................................. ..69 Fryman, james Frederick 60, 103, 108, 120, 121, 122, 125 137 Fulk, Donna Vivien ........................................................ 34 23 Fulton, jack L .......... ....... 2 5, 34, 103, 113 Fulton, Shirley Ann ....,. ........ 3 4, 98, 99, 128 2. OTTO F- DANZENBAKER, Inc. Successors to T. G. Robison Sheet Metal VVOrk Roofing Furnaces 145 WVQ-st Canal Street gang, Blohn .,.... ...,,. ,,........,., ...,, .,..,.,.,,.......,,.......,....,... 1 2 6 Gabe' Robert Lee Y-'-.Yw.-.-.----,---.- -IYY---w--YwwYww-'---wV.---' 6 0 ei en erger, aun ra Lea ..,,,, ,.....,,,... . ,.....,.......... ....,...,, 3 4 Gan, John Richard, Jr ........ ...v.... 6 9, 100, 111 Gelfefr Dewld- "--,-f'-----A------------ ------,, 3 4, 117, 120, 121 gall, Steve -,,,---,,-,-4V----------- -A-A---,-.,-,'---,A--,----'-' G entry, Linda Lou .,,,..,.......... ............,,,...,.,,,..., 6 9, 115 Gamble, Patricia Aria .,..... ........... ,... r,v,,i.,.. 6 0 , 98, 118 George? 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Carol Louise .....,....... .....,, 6 9, 98, 115 Gardner, Judith Aan r..,,.,,..... 34, 102, 103, 116, 117 128 Gefhaffr C111 ----r-r --r---------- v---r-1------1----- 1 55 Gardner, Thomas Davenport ,.,.,,.,......,., 60, 116, 119 137 Gferhartr Raleh Wllllffm --'-- ------------------------- 6 1 Garee, Dale Franklin ...,........... ................,..,ii,,.....,,..... 6 0, 114 Gibson, Dwight -'-'--'-'A"---" ----f--ff------""--------- 8 2 Ga,-ee, Joan Elaine A--,-------- -.-.-,,.---,,,-,,, 60, 114 Gibson, Stanley Dale ........ ..,...,Y 3 4, 148, 151 garger Karen Aln- Y-,-,,. ,,,-- ,,,--..--,.,- 3 5 G lancy, Floyd Eugene ,,,.... ............r ................ 6 9 Gamafq, Mary A,-ma ---Y,,,., ----,4.-4. 9 0 Glasglnw, Sandra Lee ..,.... ................,.... 6 9, 130 Gartner, Larryjerome .......... ,A...,r,....................... . ..60 Glass- J0hn.Cha'le5 ------" --A-------'----4--'---'-A'--- - -69 Gartner, Robert Charles. ...,. ..,...,.........,.......,............ 6 9 Glerman- Dlafle --'ff--'---'--' 61, 93, 99, 138 Garvin, john Edward ............. ..,...,......................,.......... 3 4 Glennan' Manlyn ----A"------" -----------------'----Af'4----- 6 9 Gaskella, Frances Darlene ....... ........ 3 4, 98, 99, 114, 128 Glover, Ted Baffleff ------- --------rr-------1---------- 6 9 Gaskella, Marianne ...,,,.,.,,,,. ..........,,...,................,.... 6 0 gogfdallsilv ,flogir -'A--"A"'--- ------ Gal, Marilyn Ann .,...,..a,. ....,,1..,...a...Q.,a,....,.1..... 6 0 cgffj 5.1253 .,.. ffffizpa. 111 .,..,,., .36 Gatrell, Willis ............... ........r. 8 2 Goff, Tanya .....,..........,...,,. ,,,,,,, , ,61 Gatten, Janice ................... .............. . .82 Gomerdinger, Dorothy .,..... .,,,.,..,, . .20 Gaunder, Robert Glenn ........ .,......,... 6 1, 103 Goodin, Donald Lee ..,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 3 5, 114 Gearhart, Robert Eli ........ ....,.. 6 1, 126 158 Goodin, John ........,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 9 4 Newark's most 51541: . , Compliments modern 'T-N' department store Q Whether You're Shopping or "Inst Lookingl' You're Always Welcome at KING'S A Friendly Store in a Friendly City W lid 11' in ll f 552 -151. 105511, . .,i X l c iii .'.-, I THE EDMISTON BOOK STORE CO. On the Square Since 1853 1 Congratulations to Class of 1959 May Your Future Be Successful and Happy Yellow Cob Company MONTANARO BROTHERS, Prop. c:O0l1l11, 101111 Hichartl ....,, ,,,...........,....,1,. 6 9, 114 Groban, Stephen Edward ......., ,,,,,,,, f il, 125, 139 Godwin, julie Ann ,,,YY,,,,,, ...,..,,,, 6 1, 98, 99, 111 Groban, Steven .,,.,...,...,,.,,,1.. ..... ,,.,...,,,,,,.... . . 86 Goodwin, Susan Lorraine ,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 5, 98, 99, 108, 128 Groves, Andrea ,.,............ .. . . ,,,,..,,,..... H90 Gordon, Steve ....,,......,,..,,,.. .....,.....,.....,,,.,..,..... . .78 Grove, Barbara jean 1...... ...... 6 9, 1 1 4 Gordon, Thomas ...... .,,..,..... ..A,1.,,..,.. , .61 Grove, Beverly Sue ,.,, ,Y... . .Y.....,. . Gorley, Nelson .......Y,,V,. ,,...... 6 9, 1 1 6 Grove, Dale ..,,...........,,,,., .,.... 3 5, 1 23 Gorsuch, Judy Kay ,,,,..., ,.,,,..,,. . .69 Grove, Richard .,............... , ................ 78 Goss, David ........,,,,.,..,,,. ,,1..,. . H82 Grubaugh, Linda Sue .,......... .,,,., 6 9, 100 Goss joe Henry ........,,,.,.... ,,.,...,.. . .61 Grunewald, Barbara ....,..,...... ..,,......... 8 6 Gough, Tom Franklin ......,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,.., 3 5 Grunt-wald, john Howard .... . .,... ....,, ,............ 6 1 Grady, Barbara Eils-ne ....,,,. ..,,.,,, 8 5, 100 Guess, Nancy Louise ..,,..,,..,,,,,,, ,,......,.,,,.,,,..,,.......,..,. 6 9 Grady, Jack Douglas .,..,.... .....,.,.,........ 6 9 Guilliams, Carlos A .....,.,...,,.,.,.,.. ,,,,,,,.,,, 1.,,..,,,.......... ..... 6 9 Graham, Gary Taylor .,., ,,...... 3 5, 123 Guinslcr, Barbara Rupprccht ......., ....,, 6 9, 103, 111, 130 Gray, Linda Sue .,,.,,Y,,,,,.,, ,..,,.,,,.,..,, 6 9 Gutridgc, Judith Deo ...,.....,,.,,,,,.,, .........,,,.,,,,,.,,,., 3 5, 117 Gray, Robert XVilliam ,,,,,,, . ..,,.. ..61 Green, Susan ,,,,..,.... ...,,,, ..,,...,..., 8 2 Gregg, Carolyn ...,........,. ,,,.,,,..,,,,,. 9 0 Hahn, Neal Martin ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,. , , 51 Gregg, Elizabeth Ann ,,,, ..,............... 6 9 Hahn, Robert Francis.. ...... ,...., 6 9, 100 Gregg, Herbert Henley ...... ....... . 61, 108 Haigh, Brenda ........... ,...., ,.,.......1.........,, 8 6 Gressierer, Virginia Marie .... , ..... 69 130 Hale, jack ................. ...,............................ 1 25 Gressel, David Eugene ....,.. ....... ...... I 1 all, Alfreda, jane.. 1.69, 106, 111, 130 Grigshy, Betty Virginia ..... ............. . .94 Hall, Glenn ..........,.....,.... . ...................,........ ..7 8 Grigshy, Dale Lester ,... ....... 6 1, 100 Hall, Robert Douglass ........ ...... 6 1, 111, 125 122 Grimm, Betty Carrol ....... ............... 6 1 Hall, Stephen ..............,, ..........,........... ..... THE NEWARK TELEPHONE COMPANY A Home Institution Telephone Service A Great Convenience The Best Approach to Employment Indispensable to Success in Business 2 FRENIER SHEET METAL Roofing and Spouting Furnace and Sheet Metal Work 125 East Church Street NEWARK, OHIO Hall, Tom VVatkins ...........,,, ,,,,,.........,..,,,, 6 9 Hallowell, Martha Lou ........ ............,........... 9 4 Hamann, Phyllis Kay .......... ................. 6 9, 120 Hamer, Gary Kenneth .,., t ,.., ...,,,, F v, v0c, VOR Hamilton, Betsy lane ..,...., .............,,....,.,,, 6 9 Hamilton, Robert A,... ......... .VY...YV......... 1 ......... 9 0 liliamm, Iamfs Albert ..,,..... .,,,.,,, 6 1, 154, I amman, oy ........ - ........ .vYY...............,.... RITCH EY S RESTAURANT John -W-l-----,----,-- WWl-Q-- --------,--- 9 0 gammond, ltflary Beth ....... ..Y....YV g gs ampton, im ................... ..,.............,.. Hanlgyi gt:-mley S Allen ..,..... .............. Han e , eorge tevenson ....... ....Y..Y,........ , Handel, Luanne Ruth ........... ...........V 6 1, 108, 129 Handel, Sally Kay .....,..,.. ....................... 6 9, 130 CIZSO Hanes, Thomas Martin ,..... ,V...........Y..,,,.A...V..,AA..V ,69 Hanna,h Syliga Reedni .......... ........ 6 9, 100, 103, E70 Hanna s, ixi Ar ene .....,., .............VVY.......,..,..... 5 COMPLETE RESTAURANT SERVICE Hammm, Deamfe Sue-W A'-4- N --,,-------,V.-,-'.-A 35, 128 ganlihue, PCaroIe Lynne ....... ........ 6 1, 103, 155 ar e, au ..................... ......................., Harlow, jeff ..,........... ...... 1 ..... ,,,,., . .--....-.-,,.....,,-- 8 G Harlow, Paul ...,..,,.....,...... ..4............................. 1 7, 144 Harman, Burma Susan ........ ..........,..............,.............,...,,, 6 1 Harmon, Karen Diane .......... ........ 3 5, 102, 103, 109 128 Harper, Ginger Darlene ....... .............,,.,,..r...,.................. 6 9 garris, Dgnald Eugene ......... 36, 103, 113, 120, 122 arr1:, ary ........,,,.......... .....................,.......,............. Harris, Kathleen Zoe ..,,,.. .............. ............ F V , VBT garris, IL.ar5y Effhard ....... .--,-..-------- gl 1 rr :, 1n a a ................ ............. . . , Harris, Patty jean .,...............,, ......... 6 9, 130 COng1'aiuldtl011S To garris, gvqier Cgristopher ........ -------- 5 arms, 1 iam .................. ......., , , Hartless, Nancy .................... .......,,,.,..---- 7 8 Class of Hartman, James Spencer ,,..., ....... 6 9, 111 gartman, Iboblert Eugene ,,...,.......,...................,.,..,,,,. --,,..,,--.-- 2 2 . r , ' ' ,,,,.,.......,................,,,,,.,,,..,.......,..., ..,...,o.....,.... :- Hllfgffgin, T255 Ronald ......,,.... 7, ss, 154, 149, 150, 157 136 NEWARK BARGAIN SHOE STORES DOWNTOWN AND PLAZA Hatfield, Arnold ,................ Hauman, Alan Roger ....... Hauman, Ben Lows ...,.,,,1. Hawkins, Glenn Edwin ...,... Hay, David ..,,,,,...... ...... .... Hayden, Ianet Marie .,,. Hayes, Diana ................. Hayes, Tim ...,,......,...,........ Haynes, james Arthur ,....... Headlee, Letha 1.........,.... . Heaton, Carol Ann .,r...,. Heckleman, E. H ........ Heckleman, Pauline ..,... 1 ,....... 36, 'i'03', , ,69 , foli 1 0 1 2 69 T8 ..70 78 1 S6 .........70 1,20 Electricol Contracting Residential and Commercial ABBOTT'S WIRING AND FIXTURES Style in C0"'f0't Phone FA 2-0871 or FA 6-2281 Shoes for all Family HOLLAND Electric Shop 63 North Avenue Newark, Ohio 9 South Park Place Newark, Ohio Heffley, Carl .........,..............,. .,,.,..,,..,.......,,,. 7 8 Hewitt, Pete .,,Y.,...,., ,,,,,,.. 7 0, 111 , 1 25 Heft, Ronald Albert ...........,..... ..,...i...,,.,..,......,.. 7 0 Hewitt, Wendy .....,..., .,.......,.......,......,. 8 2 Heidtman, Carol Catherine ..I,. ...Y...............,,,,,,,,,,,,,. H ickerson, Charles ,i..,,,, ,.....V.,,..... 7 0, l 14 Helphrey, Gloria .,,,,.,............. ......... 7 0, 115, 130 Hickman Connie Sue .... ....... 6 1, 100, 129 Helphrey, Judith Ann .......... ...,.. ,.,,..,.,,,,,,,...,,,,,,..,. 6 1 , 129 Hill, janet Arlene ....... ..,....,,,.,,, 3 6, 128 Hendershott, Anna .............,...,,..,......,..,,...........,,I,.,..,..........,,, 18 Hill, Mary Lucille ...,...., ..,..,,,.,,,...,.,.. 6 1 Hendren, Robert Walter ,,.,i,............,.........., 36, 109, 154, 159 Hill, Paul Ray ,,.......... I.,,,, ........... 9 4 Hendricks, john Carl ,,,, 7, 36 103, 112, 113, 117, 120, ,125 Hill, Suzanne ..............,,,,,,,,.. ...,., ........... 8 6 Heimeral, William ,,.A...................I,,....I..,,,..,,,,.,,...,,..,............... 61 Hilleary, Eleanor Louise ,,,,.. ,.......,...,,,........ C F Heinricks, Mildred ..........,,.... ...,.. .....,...,..,,.,.....,,.....,,.I,,..,, 1 7 Hilleary, Janet ......................, ....,,,.,,,I,,...,....... 8 6 Heisey, Thomas Curtis ....,. ..,,,, 6 1, 109 155, 157 Himes, Linda .,........ .........,,,, ,.,,,,, 7 1 1, 107 1 11 Helbing, Rolf ............... ...................,,.,....., 9 0 Hinger, Duncan .............,.,,,. ...,,.........,...,.... Z 0 Holman, Diane Elaine.. , ..,,.......,,, 70, 103 HEHHCY, Roger ,joseph 'r""' """""""""" A 0 H 1 Karen Hrnkelman, David ...,., 1 ,,,,,,,, .,,.,,,,.......YY,-.. 9 ms, """""'-""r' ''"A"''-"A-""""""""""" H Itchcock, Esther Eilccn .,,,, .,..., 7 0, 114 Helphrey, Gloria Kay .,,,... ...........,...,,,,,,,,.,...,,,.,,i 7 0 Hite, james Arnold ...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,....,... 0 Hendricks, Robert Flory ......... ...,..., 7 0, 111, 112, 125 Hivnor, Marilyn ................ ,.,.,.,..,, 6 2 Henry, Gene Doris .,,,,,,,.. .,,. ,......,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, . 7 0, 1 15 Hoffer, Carolyn Sue ,,.., ........ 7 0 Herron, Dave Lew ......., ,..... ,,,,.,,......, .,..., 9 4 H offer, Linda Mae ,...... w ..--.-. 36 Herron, Rose Lynn ,,,..,..,., ,..I....... 9 4 Hoffer, Mary Leota ........ ........ 6 1 Hess, Donna ,.,,.. ., .,...,...,........ ,,....,I...... 8 6 Holbert, Carolyn Suc .,...,. ,...... . 61 Hess, Catherine Elizabeth ....... .,..... 3 6, 114 Holcomb, Richard ........,... ........ 7 0 Hesse, Arlene ,.i,......, , ....,... .........,,... 6 1 Holcombe, Thelma .....,, ,,,... . .12 PITTS LINCOLN-MERCURY, The Home of Guarantee Sale and Service Edsel and English Ford 600 West Church Street N C. FA 4-0411 219 220 Compliments Of Superior Auto Ports cmd Mochine Co. Phone FA 2-2691 - FA 2-2641 201 -205 W'est Main Street B A R B E R'S Pure Oil Service F oiu'th and VVest Church Street Newark, Ohio Phone FA 4-4161 Washing, Lubrication, Oil Change Tires, Batteries, Accessories, Service Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 J. A. DeVito Book Store Yoon SCHOOL SUPPLY CENTER Iiollar, Beth Anno., .,,,,,,,r,,,,, , Hollar, Charles Edward, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,V 7 0, 125, 137, 139 Hollar, John Norman .......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 7 0 Hollar, VVilliam, ..,.,,,,,,,,,r,, ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,S2 Holler, Donald ,.......,,i,,,, ,YY,,,, 1 26 Holler, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , H78 Holley, Virginia ........,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Hollingshead, Everett 'I' .,,,r,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,, , .70 Hollis, James David ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, r,,,,,,,, , 170, 114 Hollister, Bill Martin, jr .,,.,,, ,,,.,,, 7 0, 154 159 Hollister, Ioe. .... ....,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 90 Hollister, Sydell, E. A .,,,,,,, ,,rr,r,,, 3 6, 102 Holman, Charles .......,.... .....,, , ,86 Holton, Carol ,,,,,..,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , .86 Holton, Connie ,..,..i,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , ,SG Holton, Iudith Kay ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 7 O, 130 Holton, Terry Tim ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1 Holtshcrry, Lynda Lea ,,.,,, , ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, I 36 Holtz, Kenneth Eugene ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 O Holtz, Manuel ,..,.,,,,,,, rr,,,,,, ,,,,,, 8 6 Holtz, Ronald .,,,,... ..,,,,..,. ,,.,....,,.. Howell, Roberta ,,,,,,, ,r,,,rr,,,,,,rr,,r,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Hoover, Karen. ......,.,,,. ,...............,.....,,...... 8 2 Horne, Judith Ann ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 7 0 Hornyak, Mary June ........,,..,. ,,,,,,, 3 7, 102, 116 140 Horst, Christine ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r 7 O, 115 Hoskinson, Ronald William .... ....,............,,........ 7 0 Hoskinson, Eddie ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, .,..,, ,,,,,,,..... 8 6 Hoskinson, jim ,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 0 Hotchkiss, Bonnie .,....i............ .............,,..,,.....,.. 8 6 Hottie, Stella May ......,,....,.,,... ....,,..... 7 0, 114, 115 Houdeshell. Bonnie Fern ......,,.,, .,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,.,.c... . 94 Houdeshell, john Charles ,,,i,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,... , 61 House, Margaret Anne ....i,.....,.,......,. ,,..,,, 6 1, 108, 114, 116 Householder, Kenneth Mariott ........,...,..........,..,,.,,,,,,,,......,..,, '70 Householder, Rolland Lee ,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,....,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 ,.,,.. 61 Houseman, Iuditlm Lee ,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,....,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,. 37, 111, 128 Hovis, Winona Frances ,.,., .,,,., 7 0, 100, 111, 120, 130 Howard, Anna Lou i.,,,,... ,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 7 0. 100. 101, 130 Howard, Edgar Lee ,,,,,.,,. 112, 118, 119, 12, Howard, Gaye ,,i,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,...,....,. ,... . 9 0 Howard, Helen ....,,.,.., ,,,,.. 8 5 Howarth, Robert ........,... ....,.,,, S 2 Howell, Nancy Ellen ...... ......... T 0 Howell, Roberta ,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,, .....,... 7 8 Howes, Judy Ann ......,,,,,,,,.. .,,,,, ,,,,,,,..... 9 4 Howiler, Mildred Iona ,,,...,.. ,,,.....,,,,,,,......... 6 1 Hoy, james Edward ........ ...,,...,,,.....,,,.,...... 9 4 Hoy, Ioyce Ann .,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,...... 6 1, 100, 114 Hoy, Judy ......,....., ,,.,.,,,...,,,,,,,,.... .90 Huffman, jim ...., ,,..,.... 9 0 Congratulations and Best 1Vishes Class of 1959 C. W. Tciylor Flooring Co. Commercial and Residential Carpeting and Tiles 1046 Stewart DI 4-7390 Kc:-Jeon Beouty Solon Kathleen Bostic-jean Gamble, Owners "If Your Hair Isnit Becoming- Be Coming T 0 Usi' FA 4-5121 Newark, Ohio For A11 Travel Arrangements Contact T BAVEL BUREAU Newoirk Automobile Club 45 S. Third Street Newark, Ohio FAirfaX 2-0701 - F Airfax 3-9121 SUITS and SPORT COATS TAILORED BY KCORTLEY HIT and KCAMPUS-TOGSD CORNELL Men's cmd Boys' Wear A. T. PETTET REAL ESTATE BROKER R. XV. PETTET, Salesman Satisfied Customers Our Greatest Ambition Huffman, Ronald Lee .,Y,.. ..,........... 3 7 Huffman, Stuart .,,, ......,.,, ,...............Y 8 2 Hufford, Dolores Qane ..,,... ....,Y,, 1 1 5, 130 guglres, Iglrliara Ann ......, .........,....... 6 1 gm -, ar ene ........A..... .....Y...Y............. . Hgghgg, Dee ..... .,.....,..., ...........Y...A........ 9 0 Hughes, Emily .,........... .V.... 7 0, 1713, ' ' H ghes, miy Jane Y,...... ........-Y...VV. , 1 G, Ghllgnl St SOHS Hsghes, James iuomoe .f...... ...,.,. 7 , 66, 120 IQQ Hughes, james Stephen ...YYY, .......V.Y......w...YV.. ..,..o7 Ifiughes, Ioluil Hfglficf ..YV.Y,,,,,, .....YYV,..,..,......w..V.V......-.YA-- 1 I ug1es, juc it1 il erne ,..... ..Y,...........VYVV,YV....'..vV.YV.,...... Y J I . . H hm, Rl t A,,,,, ,.,,,,,,A,fff,,, ,,,,,,A.. 1 7 , 61, 109, 119, 148 Quality F1'lll1S and Vegetables irllifwif 11.3112 Kaye ,,,,,, I ,,,,,LLL,L f.,f..f :1 9 , 99, 102, 107, 1213 Hummel, Edward har es ,.,,... .......,YVYY1..,......'....--,....-. - - 11 k' -, H ,..........,.,........., ..,,,,LL,1.......,,.. ....,...1.... 8 2 fI::1Tt,m1an1e:,Q0seph .......V,11 ..-11ww ' 'f H t, N 1 ae .,......,.. .vV..VV , 155 50- W1111f1mS Sf- HIIEM, QAM ,,,,,, ,,,1,,ff, ,11,,,11,,,,,,,,1,11,,.,,,..,, . . 90 Huntsman, Sandra ..........,. .Y...1.Y,,, . . ...YY.V....v..wwv.wV.V..- 510 guntsrngn, IT:-rry E ....... .YY.-VV. 6 li .YAV 9 Ag ---- Q ---- , ro Sle. .......... ,...,Y.. , , , , -1 11333, flue .... 1 ........1,. ..1.111....,....1,......,11...1,.... . 182 Hupp, Mary ,,1,..,,,....... Y,......-.Y,.-,- --Y,---YffA,,--------'- - - 90 Hupp, Susan ,Toy ,,.. ..Y1... ........,.,.. 3 7 . 103, 116, 117, 123 Hyre, Cecil Vance ....,.. YVV.........YVV --,Y........-f1,1------f'-'-Y-A-- - - 7 I Iden, Cheryl ,...,..,.. ....... ............ .,....v..Y..........-.. 3 6 , , Iler, Harry Erwin ..........,. . ,..Y. ...w-. L VV.1.....-vV.. - -94 Ornamental Ral111lgS - House Beams Iller, Judith Ann .........,....w.. Y .....w .V1-ww1..--. 6 1, 116 , Imhoff, Martha Irene .....Y... wvv.Y .... 7 0 , 130, 1 I0 F11'e Escapes -Lentals- Steel Fence inlets, Igogexix Cari ,... b ..,..,.,,. ,,.1... 6 1 , 139, Eg , , ns 0, tep en ouls Y,...... ...,-.....v.. , ' Bu1'n111g-VVeld1ng Irwin, Igiialnaxii ..,.,.....,..,. ....1........1., 5 5. 133 I ', eit en ..........,, Y.-........VVVf.-.. , Iixgxs, sam, wayne ,,,.. ..,,1, ,.,.,... 6 1 , 163, 165 K A E K C O I N C Ives, David Arthur ,,..... ,,1,.....,V. ,Y,,...'...YY,1.,-.-- Y Y T0 'I ' 1 jacks, Geraldine Kaye ..............,,..1.. ..V.,V. 7 0, 113 , . ,. 1 - .- , A ,, ,..1,.,.,......,,., ,,.... .,........,, 1 . L Bullders ot All Kinds of giikliz, CT11:-les,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,.,, ..,.,, ,.....,, 1 . 5.5 ..... E36 ji kfon, Mr. P1111 ...................,, .VYV1..,.v...V.VVV.. , STRUCTURAL STEEL Jtlikzon, ,wiiiiiml ROM111 ..,,... .,.,.,,,,..,,....,,,.,.. e 1. 114 Jacobs, Diana Sue ............,.1,... ........ 3 7, 107. 108 128 and BRIDGE WURK 1235?-IZSY, P1Zf10f'?f...1f?TT1111r "'11311?'iijiiiiigiffi 112 , , , jenkins, Judith Ann ..,.11 .........1. 9 4 157 West Poplin Avenue Jenkins, Rom, 4-S2 W. XV. Greer Newark, Ohio Jennings, JOAN' -'-----A 's------- ' -37 jinks, Sandra Kay ....... ...Y111. 6 1 116 , Con ratulatrions Congratulatzons to g A from C lass of 1959 E L L I OTT'S Hardware Store 36 West Main Street HELEN VOGELMEIER'S Phone FA 6-5311 10 Arcade Congratulations to Class of 1959 Self-Service, Regular Service Quality Shirts Individzml Washings LAUNDRY LAND 50 North 11th Street Newark, Ohio PHONE FA 2-2891 jolm, judith Kay .....,,,,. ,,,,,r, 3 8, 98 johns, William Allen ...,.., ,,,,,,,rv,,, 3 8 johnson, Albert, jr .,,,,.. w,,,Y,,,,,,,, johnson, Carol jean ,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,r,r, 7 0 johnson, Diana Sue ,,,,,.,.,.,, , Ywrrr, 38 98 johnson, Eleanor Rosalie ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 1 C I I B t h fcahnson, GGe-ivrge Franklin ,,,, ,,,r,,,,,,,, 7 0 0 U" ' anf ,S 15' QS -OHISOH, orcon Lane ,,,......, r,,,,.,,,, . ,94 nhlatu ations p johnson, games Charles ...... ,,,,,,,,, 6 1, 12.6 A , o mson, ,inc a Ann ....,.,,,,,. ,rr,Ar,,,,,,,,, 6 1 Class of johnson, Marilyn Sue .,r,,,,,,,.., ,,,,,,r,, 7 0, 130 jolmson, Michael Richards ...,,, ,,,,,..,,,,,,,, 7 0 johnson, Mickey ...,,,.,......,,i,,,,,.. , ,,,,,,,,,.,,,r,,,i 82 johnson, Regenia ,,,,,,,,....,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,r,r.r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 J I M M A D I S G N johnson, Robert Cullen .,.,,,,, ....,,,,.....,.,......,.,,,,,,....,,.. jones, Ann Marie ,.,,.. . ,.,...... ,.,. , ,70, 107, 111 130 jones, Barbara ..,......,,,.... .,...,...,.,,,,.,..,....,,,..., 7 8 I S U R A C E I N jones, Carol ,,,,,,, .....,,,,. ..,i,.i.,.,...,.,,..... , , 78 I , jones, Carol jean ,,..... ,,,,., ,,,Y,.. jones, Charles ,,,....... ,..,,,,,,,..,,,,,,i. jones, Darf-1 ...,.,,,.., ,,,,....,,,,.,..,.....,,.,,,,,............ .,,......,....,,... 9 g j es Da n .....,,.,,,.,,..,,..,,,,,,,,....,ii.,,,,,,.,.r.,....,,,,,,,,,,.. 70, 11 jgges, Daiirille Lee ....,,,,,,,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,....,.,... 1 ,.,.,,,,,,, 94 jones, Flory .,,,...,......., 61, 101, 103, 108, 111, 9, 37, 42 119, 137, 142 jones, Gary Leo ..........,...,,,,,,....,.........,,,,,.,,.....,........,,..,, 61, 109 jones, Gcaxy Palmer ,,,.,i,,..,. ,,,,,,, 6 1, 125, 140, 148, 163 165 jo les, eorgia Flory ..,,,,, ......, ....,,....,.,..... ......... .,Y,Y,, - .,..,.,,,,., Iohes, janet Elizabeth ,,,,, ,,.,..,,,.,,.,.,,,,,.,..... .....,,,, 7 I 1, ones, jerry ......,,.,.,.,,,,,.. .,,,...,,,,.......,,,...,,.. j ,, j EL' ,.,... ,,,.,., 3 8, 109, 116 G E O R G E ' S 12222, glassy .,,,.. 1 if .....,.,, ......,.ii 1 49, 150 jones, Mary Carolyn ,,.,.., ........,,, 6 1, 124 jones, Perry ,..,,,.............,,,, ............,... 8 G jones, Igcgard Delmar ,,,,, ........,... gi 1 j n J, 0 r" ,.....,,,.. ......, ,,,,,, L- jilngs, Shar1iflLLee ,,,,.....,,.,.., .,..,, 3 38 jones, Stanley Edward ,,,,,,,, .... ..,..,... 6 1 jones, williixnl ......,.......,,. .,..,..,,,.,,...., 2 lg . . .' ,- -I 3, o y ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,,.,.,...,...., Factmll Apwoued Serwee fm All Makes Jflfigl, Micligel Philip ....... .,,,,,,,, ..,.,.. 5 , 70, 169 A K Auto RadlOS Kauher, Mildred ,,,,..,..,....,,,,,,,,,,,., ,...,..,,,,.,,, 1 7 Kavalycz, Mary joanne ....,,.. ......,.......,......,,,,,,,, 38, 98 Eeaser, Caciilefie E1?veHyn.l ..,,,,,, .....,.....................,,. 3 8, 105 - 1 J , 't 1 ' .1 t ,,,,,, ,.....,.....,,...... ....,..,i.1,,,.,,,,.,,, 7 CUS'f01T1 Sales alld 111511111-911011 Kgalsgxf, 1112111 Lyn11x1,lf.f .... .,ii,, 3 8, 102, 103, 108 11753 Keaser, Linda Sue .,,........,, .....1,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,1........ ..,Y.--, I , Keck, Vicke Lynn ,,,,,,,,... ..,,,, 3 8, 102, 103, 103, 115 121 XV. Main St. Phone: FA 5-9741 Keckley, Nim, -,,.,,-,,,,,,,,,--,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,- ,-----,,,,,,,,,,, Q 0 Keixn, Richard Thomas ,,,,,,.. ....,. 3 8, 138. 139 30 SOUTH THIRD S1 p dllulinlfv' . ,llu Aulin 'v' '7 Y' "7 WW' 1870 Compliments Of Dry Creek 'Crushed Gravel Co. Compliments Of .IERRY'S FABRICS 26 South Second Street Congratulations to the Class of 1959 Fclrquhcar and Steinbcsugh Fishing Tackle, Guns and Ammunition VVoolrich Woolens 116 Union Street D1 4-6200 Keller, lane Elizabeth ,...,,i. ......,.,,.,,, 9 4 Keller, Madeline Kay .,........,,, .....Y..,,,,..,,., 6 1 Keller, Ralph Raymond ,...,..,. .i...,.. 3 8, 123 Kelley Elvin! Ealton ,,,,........ ......,..,,,,.. 2 Lf e ey, Fre ar Y,,i,....... ,,,,,,, I ,.,..... Kelley, Leia Mae i----------w- eeeee-ei--i------e 7 0 PHIL VOGELMEIER Kelly, Lloyd Brookeini ...,..,,, .,,,,,,, 7 0, 116 Kemper, an"e A ,,...,,, ,.i......,,,i..,.. 6 1 Kennedy, Bnrfnfn Lifcile .s,,. ..,,i,,,l,.. 6 1, 129 Kennedy, jim ......,l,,,.,....,. ,,,,,,,,,...i..,,,,..... 8 2 gem, Dialrla Lynn ,Y,,, i....,,.. 1 .........Y,,,,,,..,.......,....,.,,,,. 3 8 127, 12g rn, Ro t Lee ,,,,,,,,,.,..,.....,...,,,,,,,,,,.i....,...,,,,,,,,..,..,..,,,....., 3 Y Kgrrk Dawg Alafn ,.....,.,, - .,,, ............,, ,B ,...,,........ ,.,,, K t , Ia , Ell - , 101, NL., 118, 1... , , 1 9 C um cque yn en 142,169 Household Goods getner, iulif: gnu ,,.. .........,i,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,..,,,,,, 38, 98, 100. eyes, ar 'dwarf ,,...... ...........,.,,.,,..... ..,.,,, ' - , , , Keyldr, Reba Jenn ....,.s,s i,...... n ss, 102, 128 Buildings and Machinery Kigg, PMary .....,,,, ,,,,..,,. I ,.,...,.....,..,,,,..... 70 Ki , t' ' VI ,.,,,.,. ...,.. .,,,,,..,... 6 L. , Kidd, Qfglggnefff ..,,..,, ,. ....,.,,l., 78 Agent: Aero Mayflower Transit Co. Eiger, Don...H ,.,., M ........,., ,,,.,.....,.,, i 36 iger, Dorot y aree .,,.. ..... I 170, 5 Kincaid, Brian Wnlnnn, ,,...., ,,,,, i.i.,..,,, 7 0 Phgne FA 3-4381 Kincaid, Rickey Ralph ....,,.. ...Y,Y,.... 9 4 King, Carol Ann ..,,.,,,,, i.,, ,,.i..... King, Carl jean .,,.,,,,,1 ,i..,... 6 2. King, Judy ..,...,,...,..,... ,......,..,, S G King, Linda May ....l,..,,....,,.,,,.. .,....,,.,,, .,...,..,.,,.,,. . .....,,. 6 2 King, Terry Lee ..,,,,,.,.,...........,,,...,......,..,,..,,,.......,..,,,., 62, 114 Kingery, Gordon R ....,.,,,..i..... 1 ..,Y,,,,,,,,,......,..,..,,,,,,......,,., 5, 17 Kinney, Carol Sue ..,,.... 39, 98, 99, 102, 103, 110, 117, 128 Kinney, Gary ........,,, ............,.,.,...,..,........,..,.......,.,.,,i..........,, S 6 Ilginser, Jeszwx .,..... ,,,,,,.,i.,..i,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,...1.,,,,,,,,,,,i,...,.,.,. 1 55 inser, R t nn ...,,, ,....,,,,...... . .,T Kinsey, Klatheyn ..,,,..., ....,,, 6 2, 129 Kinstler, Alice Inye .... ,.,..... 7 0, 114 Kipley, Kathleen ...,,,,,,,.., ..,,.. 1 10, 114 - and - r n a , r ...,.,.,,,,,,, ,,.1i...,.,,.,,.. 7 Kirkgatrick, Pnlilunngene ,.,, ,l,......,, 3 9, 117 HOUSEWARES Klein, Donna jenn ..,,..,,... , ,.....,..,,,,.......,,, 95 Klein, Iim Howard ,......,. .,,,,,.,..,..,,,,.......,,. 9 5 Klein, Jo Ellen ...... .,.,,,,, .....,., 6 2 , 116, 12.9 llilein, Iolhn ,... , .,.......,,.,,,,i.. ..,,...,,... 1 49, 1,58 K , F napp, onnie ,,....i,.. I ,.....,,.. ...,., .....,,.... C - - I C Knnppeberger, Jerry Lee ..., ,,........, 6 2 O' Knechtges, Paul Eugenem ....,. 170 Knepper, jack ...,.....,,,...,.,,,,, ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,ii.,,,...,,..,,..i...,.., 7 8 Knepper, Sue Cnrleen i,..,.,, ,.,.,..,i..,,,,,,,,,,.,.. ....,,,..,.......,,.. 3 9 Knight, Eugene ...,.,,,,.,,....,. ...,.,.,. 6 2, 148, 152, 155, 156 G. B. HUNTER TYPEWBITERS Service Rental 29-31 W. Church St. Phone FA 3-3381 Congratulations to Class of 1959 RALPH'S MARATHON SERVICE STATION Corner 5th and West Main 22 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 H. L. ART Your I eweler 18 North Park ,Place Newark Furniture Company Newarkis Largest Furniture Store Specializing in Complete Room Outfits Offered at Real Savings To You Open Monday and Friday Evening DIAMONDS WATCHES to 9:00 P.M. IEWELRY ACROSS FROM BIC BEAR 42 S. Third Street FA 4-4411 BERO BROTHERS H eadquarters for Chain Saws Sawmills Newark, Ohio Equipment and Supplies 51-23 McKinley Ave. FA 9-4761 Compliments Of Continental 'Can Company, Inc. G32 . Kniseley, Cynthia Kay ........ ........ 7 0, 100 115 L Koman, Georgeann ......., ....................... 8 2 Lacknett, Nancy Rosemarry ........,.. ,,,,,, 9 5 Kopp, Larry Gene ..,..... .................... 9 5 Laferty, Linda .........,.....,...........,.. ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,YY,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8 Koppert, Karen ...............,. ................. 7 8 Lafferty, Darrell ......,............. ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,w,wAww,,,, 7 8 Korngauer, Linda Ann ..,,.,., ............. 6 2, 129 Lagace, Barbara .,.,,..... ...,. 1 ,.....,,,,,,,,,,l,l,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 Koms, Gary, .....,.,.,l.,,,,,,i,,, .,......,..... ........... . , 90 Laird, Sandra Diane ..i.,.. ,,il,i 6 2, 109, 129, 103 Korns, Susan Roe .i,..,,.., ..,......,.......,.,,,........ 6 2 Lake, Donna Jean .,......... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 1, 115 Kraft, Martha ............,.... ,........ 6 2, 108, 138 Lake, Mary Joane ......,,,.,,,, ll,,,i,,,, Y,,,,,,1, 6 2 , 116 Kramer, john .................... ,... ..................... . 8 5 Lake, Thomas Harman ....., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, T 1 Kramer, Judith Ann ......,. .,........,,.,..,,............................... . .17 Lambert, Mary Louise ...... .l,,,,,,,,l,, ' 71 Kreager, Judith Ann ,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,1,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,, 62, 114, 108 Landefeld, john Riegler ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 1 Krebs, Karen ..........,..,................................................ - .............. S2 kangefelg, Sue Ann. ,.,...,,o,. ,,..,, 3 9, 115 - , ,, R 2 4 an is, ar Dennis ..,,......,,... ..,,,, 7 1, 114 Kreider, Birhlrl Nm ..,,.,.. 6 , 101, 104, 111, 127, 129 148 Landrum, Victor Arthurmn Kreider, Ion Lewis ...,o, .,,......,,..,...o...,.,........ ,...,............... 3 9 Lane, Evellm May ---A---------- ---A----- ---- 5 3 . ,A 81, Lane, Marilyn Joyce ,..,,..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kreldefi kathy ------------- '---"'- "' Lanigan, Sandra ...,....,,,......., .,,...,.,....,..... 7 1 Kreider, Kathy .......................... ........ 3 3 gauging, 1gvIicl31e1NPaul ......... .....,...... 7 1, 100 - - . - as ey, avi ayne ......... ..,,,...,,, ,,,,, 7 1 , 114 Kumngek llfwhard M'mam "n'n"" ' ' 22 Lawrence, Joyce Ann ...,.,..,....., .,.... 3 9, 123, 115 Kunkle' S mon ---'A'A-'-----------4rA- ----'A- L awrence, Linda Jo ............,......... ,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 6 2 Kurinsky, Arpad .....,......... ....... 1 7 Layton, Eugene Thompson ,...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,1 6 2, 114 Kurtz, William Gary .....,... ........ 7 '1 Lea, Ann ..,....,,1,,,,,,1,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,1,,,,,,,11,,,,,,11 9 2 Kuster, Bill .................... ....... 8 6 Leckrone, Allen W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 100 HAZLETT'S SUNOCO STATION Complete Auto Service Tires and Batteries Phone FA 3-5571 234 Mt. Vernon Road Newark, Ohio Corner Pastry Shop Fine Cakes and Pastries 43 South Third St. Phone FA 2-7751 Compliments from FINCH SHOES South Park Place Shoes for the Ent-ire Family WVeathe1'-Bird, City Club Velvet Step, Vitality FURNITURE RUGS STOVES THE SAM ALBAN co. 57- 59 VVest Main Street Phone FA 3-1001 W Lederer, Robert Bradfield ......, ,,.,...,,.. 6 2 Lewis, arren Richard ....,.. ...,,,l 6 2, 126 Lee, David ............,,Y.......,.,,,,.. ..,YY...... 8 3 Liggitt, Shirley Louise ,..,.Yl, ...,.,. 7 1, 130 Lee, Loren Franklin ,l,,, .,.... ...,.4 ,,,.,,,.. ,.,,.,..... 7 1 L i ghtle, John David ........... ,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 7 1 Leek, Sandra Deane ,Y,Y..... ..,..,i,Y,...Y,,,............ 7 1 130 Lightle, Shirley Mae ......,YY... .,......,,.... 4 0 Lehman, Roger .....,,.,..,,,,,... ..,,.,,,,..,......,,,,,,,,, ,,,... . . 83 Lindsey, David Eugene ,,,..... ..,....,.....4,., 6 2 Leidy, David Allen ,..,...,........,.,. ...,...l ...,,,,, 6 2 ,109, 125 138 Lindsey, Janice I ..,............,... ,.,i.i, 4 0, 116 Leighton, Charles Thomas ....,...........,,,, 39, 103, 110 117 139 Linehan, John William ,,,.,,,.... ...,.. 7 l, 116 Leister, Geoffrey Lynn ..,Y.........,.....,,,,,..,,....,,,,,,.,....,...,,,, 39 117 Linehan, Margaret Louise .,,,... l,,,,....,....,,. 9 5 Lemaster, Douglas McArthur ......,.. ,,..,. ....., ,,,,,,......... . . 6 2 Lippencott. Mary Kathryn ,..,... ,, .,,,l 46, 128 LeMaster, Sherry ..,.......,,....,..,.,..,, . .,,,, H90 Lipton, Curtisl .......,....,..,......., ..........,,.......... . . LeMaster, Stephen Ray ,,,,.,,,..,,, .,,.,...... 7 1 Livingston, Beth Ann ,.,,..,,.,ii.,. ,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,i,..,., 6 2 LePage, Elizabeth .,.i....,.,i ,,,,, ........... 9 0 Livingston, Carole Joanne ....... .,.,,, .,,, .,,... 1 1 6 62 LePage, james Ray ,...... ,,,,,s,,,.......,... 7 1 Livingston, Glenn Lee ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 4 0, 100, 113 Leslie, James ...,..,....... .......,,.. 1 48, 152 Lloyd, Judy ....,...,,...,,..,.,,,,,. ,,,,.,,,. . ,.,,,...,.,,. 8 3 Leslie, Linda, ......,...... ........,,,....,,,,.....,. S 3 Loar, Dorothy jean ......,.,...,. ....,...,........... 6 2 Leslie, Sandra Sue ..,..,.. ..,,... 6 2, 127, 129 Lobdell, Elizabeth Faye ..,.,,,, ,.,......... Lewis, Anita Kay ......,,. ..,.,.,., 7 1, 115, 130 Lockhart, Martha .,..,,,....,...,, ,.....,.,.,,.,.. , ...S6 Lewis, Arthur ............., .....,.............................. L ogan, Fred Lee ....,.......,. ,,,,,,,,..,,.,,.,.,,.,. 6 2 Lewis, Carol ................. ..,...,.,,......................... 0 0 Lohrman, Helen ....,,,,... ,..., .,,. ,....,......... . , 9 0 Lewis, Charlotte Ann ....... .,....,, 6 2, 118, 124 129 Long, Janet Arlene ....,,,.,., .,,r,.. 6 2, 118, 140 Lewis, Earl Edward ,,,,.... ........,,.,,..,.....,,.,...,... 7 1 Long, Nancy Louise ......,.. ..s.,., 7 1, 103, 111 Lewis, Frank ,.......,...,,... ...... ,..... ......,..., 4 0 L ong, Patty ..,.,,,,,,.,,,,,....,. ,,,,,,,,.,,.....,.,,.., 9 1 Lewis, john Harley ..,.... ...,........ L ong, Richard Leland ....,... . ....,. 62, 109 Lewis, Robert Rees .....,. ......,. 6 2 Long, Susan Ann ...,.,...... A .,,,.,.. ,..,.71 Compliments Of J O H N O. L A M P AlRESMAN'S GENERAL CONTRACTOR 1211 Wintermute Ave. DI 4-4225 55 WCSf M3-ill Street Phone FA 4-0771 TU RN ER'S MARKET 9th and Locust ' Home of TURNBABY MEATS MCMICHAEL Music Store Musical Instruments Music Lessons High Fi- Records TV - Piano - Organs Good Luck Class of 1959 SCHlFF'S Shoes for the Entire Family 31 S. Park Place-Southside of Square 73 ANNARINO BROS. NEW CENTER CAFE Where All Sports-Minded Folks Meet To Eat E. Main St. FA 2-9291 Lonzo, Carolyn Ann .,A... ...,..,, 5 , 40, 110 Iionzo, gvilliam .,......., ,,A,,,,.,. ,.,,,,, 1 -31 8 oper, ary ,.....,,.....,..,..,.. ,..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, C I T Y B A K E R Y korg' ag,g,.Lgu -AAA----Q--W,,A--,- ,----- 6 2, 1951 or , 1 1 ee ...A.......,....,,,., .,,,,,,,,,,,A Loregizen, Lynda Marie .Y....... ..,,,,,,,4 6 2 - ' TS T hree Lvvfltwns t?,E',gii.'?5I,'f' 5311?fTiii1'3i5jfjijijj .... ijjjiiigf kougkman, james Richard ....... ...,.,,,,,, o g an, Marg' M' .... ,,.,,,, 40 NEWARK Loilghgian, Marly: Fa: ,..... .. U40 376 Maple Ave.-Retail Store, FA 6-4201 308 E. Main St.-Retail Store, FA 9-8391 GRANVILLE 130 N. Prospect-Retail and Bakery ' IU 2-3891 POWELL ELECTRIC, INC. Electrical Contractors Commercial and Industrial YViring 1205 West Church Street Newark, Ohio Phone DI 4-1661 Compliments vt P L A I N E ' S Victor A. Plaine, Prop. Established 1898 8 South Second St. Newark, Ohio Lowe, Freddie Darrell ,,.,.. Lowery, john. Edward ,,,.... Lowery, Juanita Mae ........ ..71 U62 ..40 Lowery, Larry Edward ,...... ,.,.,.....,, i................ . , 71 Loy, Jeanette Elaine ......... ,.li., 7 1, 111, 114, 115 Lucas, Roger Dean ..,,.., ....,...,.,,,.,,...,.. 7 1, 114 Ludholtz, Vivian Lee ....Y. .,........,..,............. 7 1, 130 Ludwig, Carole ............, , ,,,.,.....,,.,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,.,,... ,813 Lukasko, james ,.,,...,,....,.. ...............,,,,,...... , ,...,...l.... . .83 Lukasko, Victoria june ........ .,,..,, 6 2, 100, 104, 137, 140 Luke, Robert ......,.........,.,, .,.,.,......................,.l..,,, . ,71 Lumm, Ronald Edgar ,,,.,, ,.,...,..,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 7 1, 114 Lyon, John .........,.,..,.,,,,.,,, ......,,,.........,, . ,ST Lytle, Harry Edward ..,,,.. .,.... .,.... 6 2 , 125, 167 M , Macklin, Bonnie Lee .,........,......... 62, 103, 107, 111 127, 129 Macklin, James Harold ..,,......,........ 1 ...,,,,,,,......,...,, 71, 105, 111 MacTavish, Roberta Ann ,l,. 40, 100, 102, 103, 107, 109, 117 Maddox, Sylvia June .,.....,.... 40, 101, 102, 103, 113 127 128 Maddux, Nancy Lou ..,......,.....,.. .,...,,...,l.........,.,..,.......,... 7 1, 115 Maddux, Ronald Carl .... ................ ....... ..........,,..,,,l.,,,, . . 7 1 Maharg, Edward Leroy ..,...,. .......,.. 7 1 Maharg, john ..,................,,.., ....... 7 9 Maharg, Linda ...........,...,.... ,,,, , 187 Maidel, Nancy ..........,,...., ...... 8 7 Maidel, Pamela Ann ...,...,,.. ..., . .02 Malherbe, Louis Richard ...... .,..... . .62 Mallett, Paul ...........,.............. ......,,. . U87 Maple, Courtland Daniel ........ ....... 6 2, 167 Maring, Gary Dean .....,....,..... l........,..,... 4 0 Maring, Michael Louis .,..... ............. 7 1 Marise, Iva. ...l..................,.l ................ 7 9 Marmie, Gloria Elaine ......, ...,.. 7 1, 114 Marmie, jerry Norman ..,,... ....., 7 1, 126 Marmie, Marlena Kay ,.....,.., .,...... . .95 Marmie, Ralph Edward ......., ,,..,... . .95 Marple, Cheryl .................... ,,..,,.. ........ 9 1 Marquis, Sandra Lee ......,....... ,...... 7 1, 115 Mariott, Douglas Edward ...... ...,,, 4 1, 123 Marsh, Richard L ..............,.. ..........,.,,,,........ . .71 Marshall, Barbara Ann ..,...., ..............,,.,,........ . ,41 Marston, Donna Lee ........, ....r.......,,,,........,,.,.. . .71 Martin, Beverly Ann ...,.... ...... 7 1, 100, 115, 170 Martin, Carol lane .......l.. ................,...l 62, 127 Martin, Charles .....,................ ................,....... . ,95 Martin, Charles WVilliam ...... ........,.r..... 7 9 Martin, Iames Michael ..,..... ....... 7 1, 100 Martin, Margaret Ann .,..... ............. 6 2 Martin, Richard ............,... ..... ..,.,, Martin, Robert Iasper ...,..... .. U95 Martin, William H .......,......... ......,.............,....r................,.... 1 6 Martin, William Olson ...... .................................................... 6 2 Martindale, Kathy .,,...........................,.,............. ......A......... : V87 Marzano, David Owen ..,...........,, 62, 149, 154, 156, 163, 164 Marzano, Victor Scott ......... ............ 4 1, 155, 156. 163, 164 Masters, Mike ......,...,..,........... ............,................................. 6 7 Mathews, Lena Hazel ............. ....,..........----,------------- I ------A. 4 1 Matthews, Ronnie Eugene ....... .....-. 9 0 May, Richard joel ........... ..... -..,--- 9 5 McBride, Robert Merle ....... .,........ 4 1 McCabe, Mary Lou ........ .......-........ 3 7 McCaig, Sandra Sue ..... ...... 7 1, 130 McCain,, Linda ..,,..,...... ...........,...............-.,.- McCall Robert Lee ...,... .....................,............ 7 1 McCann, Gerald Lee ,.... ....... 6 2, 125, 163, 165 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 THE NEWARK RAMS Congratulations to Class of 1959 BORDEN'S Doiry 81 Ice Cream Co. PHONE FA 4-0531 Corner Walnut and Third E 81 M MARATHON SERVICE 787 West Church Street Phone DI 4-2201 Newark, Ohio Expert Lubrication-Washing-Waxing Muffler and Brake Service Wilson ond Stricker BUILDING CONTRACTORS Newark, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of 1959 FLORAL ART STUDIO Wood Fibre and Leathercraft 83 Roe Ave. FA 5-2612 MCCANN BODY SHOP 44 North Front Street E. I. VVilson W. I. Stricker FA 4-8814 FA 6-5561 FA 2-0141 ,- McCann, Mary Catherine .,....... ,,...,. 6 2, 109, 116 129 McGinnis, Rita Dawn .,,,..., . ,..,..... 41, 98, 108, 114 McCartney, Charles ,.................... .,,,.........,.ii,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, 8 3 McGinnis, Sandra ........,..... , ,...............,,..,.................. 91 McCartney Sandra Darlene ......... ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 1, 123, 128 McG1one, Edward Leon ......... ....,, 4 1, 102, 104, 114, 1154 McClain, james .,............. .........,. ..........,...,,.,.,.... T 9 McGonagle, David ....i,,i,.,i... .......,.......................,........... McClain, june .,.,.......,...,..,....i.. ,.,.....rr,,,,,,,,,,, 8 3 McC-reevey, Henry ..,....,.......... .,.........,..,......,.............. 8 7 McClain, Marib Marie ......,. ........ 4 1, 1 1 5 McGullion, Barbara jean ........ . .r.. , r...,,r 95 McClain, Tom, ..,............. ........,...,,,,,. 7 9 Mclnturf, Violet Mae. ,,.....,,. .......,........ 9 5 McC1ea.ry, J. S .,..., . ............. ,,.,,,..,,,.... 1 9 McKee, Larry Neil ....,....... ............. . .I 1 McCreau'y, Pauline ...Y...,......., r.,,,., 1 8, 1 1 1 McKee, Sandra Ruth .......... ......., 4 1 , 1 1 6 McClellan, David James ......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,......,...,, ' 71 Mcliendrick, June .....,...,....... ..Y,,...,... . .84 McClellan, Wayne A ....,....,. ...,,..,,,.., 4 1 , 112. McKenna, Patricia .,,..,,,..........,, ..............l. . ,83 McClenahan, john ,,............ .....,, 7 1 , 1 1 2, 114 McKibben, Linda Darlene ,,,,.. ................... . .62 McCloud, Otis .t,.......Y......... ..,.......,.,,........,, 9 1 McKinney, Granger l,......... ........,...... 149, 152 McConnell, Ronald ............... . .,...,...,.,,,...... T1 McKinney, john Cooper .........,. ........ 7 1 , 1 1 1 , 125 McCoy, Patricia Dianna ........ ,............ M cKnew, Dennis Cadlwell ...... ................... . .7 1 McCullough, jerry Robert ..,... ...... , ..62 McKnight, Ianlce Marie ......, ..,... .l.,l. ....., . . 7 1 McCullough, lim t..................... Y,.. .... 8 3 McKnight, Sharon Lee ....... ..,..l........... ........Y Y... . . . 71 McDaniel, Philip Wayne ........ , ,.,,....... 71 McLaughlin, Dorothy ........ ...........,,,Y.,.,,,...................... . ..79 McDonald, Brenda Arlenel ..... .........,,..., 6 2 McLaughlin, Garry Lee ,,,,...........,.., ...,,......., 4 1, 1 1 4, 1 1 6, 1 1 7 McDowell, Carolyn Ann ....,... .,................ 6 2 McLaughlin, Marilyn .... - ............. .Y..,..............,,l.... ....l,,..,Vr....... 9 1 McFarland, Nancy Diane ........ ........ 6 2, 1 10 McLaughlin, Molly Darlene .....,.. 7, 62, 98, 99, 100, 109, 137 McFarland, Rebecca ,........ .... .......l..,,.., S 3 McLaughlin, Nancy Lee ...........,..........,..... Y ........................ U62 McFarland, Roger ....,..,....,, ,,,........,... 8 3 McLaughlin, Russell Eugene ......,..l .l.ll,.... ..............,...l,l, , , 62 McGill, Margaret Irene .l..... ...,.l. 7 1, 1 15 McLaughlin, Wallace ,,,..,.l..,...... ..,,. . .83 22 McLean, Carol ......,,,,,,... McLean, Howard Nye ......... .,..... 7 1, 114 McLean, Maxine Gayle ..........,, .,..........,,...... 6 2 McMa.han, Richard Leroy ...,.,... ..,.. t ...,....r........ 6 2 McMichael, Ruth ,....,.............,.. ,.r,,. 7 1, 107, 111 McMichall, Ruth .,........,. - ........ .,,,.....,..,. 7 1 , 1 03 McMillan, Shirley Mae ,.,,,...,. ,,,...,,.......,.... 7 1 McMullen, Charles Arthur ......Y ..YYY.,.... 6 2 McMullen, Goldie Faye .......... ........,,.... 9 5 McMurty, Dolores Marie ....,,.....l.,..,...,.,..,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,.......,.,.,. 62 McNally, John Stephen ..............i......,........,,,,,..,....,,,.,. 42, 123 McPeck, Thomas Harold ..........,..,.......,..,.., ,,,,,..........,,....,...... 7 1 McPherson, joy Ann .... 42, 102, 103, 107, 113, 117, 120, 123 C M cPherson, Larry E ........,..,, ,,,,r,r..,,,.,,,,,,.,,,r,..,,,,,,r.. .,,......., 7 1 McQuinn, Dana Lee .........,,.. ,.Y.... 6 2 Melton Mary Lou,.. , Y .,...l............. 71 Mercer, john ..........,,. . .,........,..,.....,.., N ...,,,,,,,r,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 87 Mercer, Judith Ann .,,,,,,.....,.,.,,,r....,..,,.,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,, 71, 116, 130 Mercer, julia Ann .... 7, 42, 98, 99, 127. 128, 136, 169, 170 Merritts, Jerry Warren ,............................,,,.......,..,.,,,,,....,.... 72 Merritts, Judith Ann ......,,,,,.............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 42 Merritts, Ronnie .,,,.......... .,..............,,,,..,, , 9 1 Metcalf, Thomas Roger, ..... ,... . 142, 149, 151, Metz, Richard ..,,..,,.,,,,..... Metz, William Lee ...... Metzger, Mike .......,,.,..... Meyers, Sandra Lee ...,....... Milhoan, Robert Marion. ,,r., .. Milbrandt, William .,..,,,..,,.. Miller, Miller s 100 ,Cary, ...,............... .. Connie Elaine ,,.,.,. as ,...,...42, as McRee, Thomas Gary ...,..,i,,,.,. . ,.,..,..,, Miller, Gary ................,. ..,........, 7 9 McVey, Kenneth Eugene ...... ....,.. 7 1 Miller, Gregory ..............., .....,... 9 1 Meacham, james ..., ..Y..e.....,.,. ,..... . 8 3 Miller, jack ......................,,, ...,...., 7 9 Mechling, joy ......,...,,..,..,,. ,....., 9 1 Miller, james Franklin .,,,. ....... ..63 Meckley, Mary Kay, ..,.e,., ,... .,.., . 6 2 Miller, Marilyn Ann .......,.., ,,,,.,... 7 2 Meier, Robert Wayne .,,,........ ......,.. 2 ....... 6 2 Miller, Mary Kathryn ......,,, ..,...... 4 2 Meisinhelder, Clara Ruth ....,,... .....,,. 7 1 , 1 15 Miller, Robert William .,,,.., .....,... 9 5 Meley, James ......,,,,,.,..,........ .,... ,.,...... 4 2 Miller, Boy Allen ............ , ....., U72 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 GEORGE K. SCOTT FURNITURE St APPLIANCE EU. Charter Buses for all Occasions Newark Transit, Inc. FA 5-0501 Congratulations to the Class of 1959 Brucker a nd Moody Complete Auto Service 493 Mt. Vernon Road Phone FA 6-8981 N ewark, O hio Atha nor Heating Co. Rear 120 West Main Street Opposite High School Sales and Service PHONE FA 6-0691 Headquarters for Comfort Heating and Air Conditioning B 8. L AUTO SUPPLY 68 West Main Street FOR ALL OF YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS Congratulations C R I S S B R O S. Granville Street at Ninth Miller, Roy Eugene ...,.. ......,...,, Miller, Ruth ,.,........Y... ...,..,. 7 6 Miller, Saundra ............ ........,.. 7 9 lslills, Jim .........,..,.......... .............. S 7 1 it , r .,,.. ........ ........... ' Mitghgll, Liffrllllfallirer-1 ......,w...... ,., AA .......,..w.,.w. 7 2 Comp 'ments Mitchell, Philip Wvilliam ........ ,,..,,.,,,.,.............. 7 2 Mitchell, Roger Allen .,.......... ,,,,,.,. 4 2, 114 117 Mitchell, Ronald james ...... ,,,,......,...,..... .,..... Mitchell, Ssharffn Ann ...... .,.Y,, . ........., S Ii itc ie , ue cn ,,........... ,,.......,.... M t.', W d' I , A...... ,,,,......,,,,.,.. 9 5 Ms:,:,.,, Fisaz, lsgsnen .e,e.e, 72, 112 GREEN BAY Monroe, ialnct Igor' .,,,.,........ .....,.. 7 2 122 onroc, ary nil ....,.... .,..., Y..,Y.....i..,....f l M , S ,..........,...,,,. ,.....,,...,.................... 7 9 Mgnlalinro, ull:-xnres ....,.....,,,. .,,.....,,.,...,..,...,,....,....... 8 7 CG' Montanaro, Patricia Ann .,.., ...,..,, 6 3, 127, 129 170 Montgomery, Connie Suc .,,.e, ,.,......,,.,,.,......., ........Y 9 5 Phone Montgomery, john ,,., .,e....,., ....,,.. 8 3 Moore, Carl Ray ,,,,., . ...... .72 Moore, Edwina ....,, ........ 6 S Moore, jerry ,,.,.r, ...... , 72 Compliments "Television ls Our Business- Not A Sideline" SALES AND SERVICE POUND'S FLORISTS Dougherty Television 1, Corner Cedar and Everett Avenue 7 N. Fourth Street Ph. FA 4-5351 Phone FA 5-0131 Residential Commercial Industrial Congratulations to the O. D. Holler 81 Son, Inc. PLUMBING and HEATING 62 YVest Church St. Phone FA 2-5841 Newark, Ohio Class of 1959 DONEFF'S, INC. FINE FOOD Moore, Kathy ...............,.,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,r...,,,.,,.,.. 8 7 Moore, Maureen, Mae ..........., ...... 7 2, 1 1 1, 1 14 ' Moorman, Judith Darlene ......, ,,,.,,,,,,,,, 4 3, 128 Moran, Daniel Wesley ..,.,.. ......,,.....,. . .43 THE DIAMOND L .aaalraessrse ,,,,,,...,, 1 5 Moran, Linda .,,.,................... H79 Moran, Louis Chalmers .....,, ....,...... 6 3 Moran, Urimay jane ...,..,,,., .........., ,... 7 2 Morehead, Fred ,,,,,,,,,..,.........Y, ..,..........,.,,..,......... 7 9 Morehead, Sheryl, Lou r..........,... .,,....,........,., . .63, 103 Ililorelrousg, frargc lYVilbert ....,,.. ........ ,... ,,.... rrgan r , Arene .....,,,.,,, r....,,, ' , 4, " 51 Hudson AVGEEG MSrgi1n,cgi1ff,f3J0afine ......... 172, 111 115 136 'Morgan, Charlotte Toni ...,,,., ...,,.,......,..,,.... - , . H95 hlxjllorgan, laonald Melvin ,,,,,,, ,..,,...,,,,,,... 6 3, 1 . ' . ' . or , ay ................,. - .... .,,,,,,.,.... . Takes Th1s Oppo1tun1ty to Conglatulate M0221 Iamefl Pearlw-.W - M rg n, Laua a ..,..1..,,1........... ...... - ,............ . . 1 The Graduates and Assure You of Margin, Lowell Edwinw-M , Our Appreciat1on of Your Morgan, Melanee Lee .,,,.,,,., ......,,. 4 23. 102, 116 . Morgan, Michael john ......,.. ..............,,,,,,.,,...,....., 9 5 Patlonage Morgan, v1rge1 Lee ....,...... 63, 148, 154, 157 Morgan, VVilliam Harris ...s, ................... 7 2, 1 69 Morris, Suzanne Elizabeth ......, ,,..,...... 7 2, 115, 130 2 S E R G E A N T ' S Congratulations and Best Wishes To he Senior Class ,jf NHS-1959 BUSY BEE GRILL Best of Luck to the Class of ,59 Morrison, Sandra Eileen .,...............,,,,..... .......,, 4 3, I 28 Myers, Mildred Elaine ........ VV... ........... 7 2 Morrison, Thomas Patrick Edward ..,..... .............,.. 7 2 Myers, Patricia Ann ,........... ....V.YVA.V...V----Y 5 3 Morrow, Dave .....i..................,.,...,,...Y,.. ....,.., . ,91 Myers, Robert Warren ,....... .....................,......,. 7 2 Mossman, Darlene Kaye ............,,,... ,,..... 4 3 Myers, Sharon Kaye ..,.,..... .....,........ 6 3, 1 14, 127 Mount, Judi Elaine .,..,... ......, 6-5 Myers, Terry ....,.,...,,,.... ...,.......,r.Y.,Yv.,vY.'.......... 1 49 Mount, Richard ..........,.... .. 179 Myer, Thomas ..,,,..... ...... 144 143, 152........ Mount, Sue .............,r,,.... Y......r . 91 Myers, William ......, .....,... .......YY............,......... 1 4 3 Moyer, Sharon .........,......,.. .,............, 8 3 Mullenix, Judith Ann ...,,,,. .......,,,.,,. , ,63 N Mullenix, Judith Carol ....,. ......,., 7 2, 114 Nagy, Linda Marie .....,..,.. ,Y......Y. . 63, 103, 114 Mullins, Max .......,,,....,,...,,, . ......,..., V83 Nalipa, George William V..w.V............. -'72 Mummey, Roseanna Mac ..... ...,....... . .72 Nash, Loretta, .....,,,,,,.,,, V..... ....v......, . . Y Munyan, Mary Lou .......... ,.,,,,,. . .95 Nr-ighbarger, Allen ....... .-.,--,- 7 9 Myer, Florence ,.... ....,...r , ..,..,.. , 1 6 Nelson, David Merle ,.....,r ......., 7 2 Myers, Carol Sue, ..... ....., 6 3, 142 Nelson, Dennis Gary ........ ...-.YA- 7 2 Myers, Gary .............. .... ,.....,. . 8 8 Nleson, James N eal ........ .-.----v 4 Q Myers, jerry ,..,.,,,............ ,........ 7 2 Nelson, Robert Lee ........ ...Y.... 7 2 Myers, John William ...,.... .. U95 Ilcletliers, Ciloria sAlice .... -,.,---- 4 Q - - 'et iers. G oria ue .....,.,. ...w.. - TL Myers' Judith Ellen """' ' i""""""i' """""i""A"' ' 'pd Nethers, Harry Russell ......,, ...-. - -72 Myers, Km en .-----------. ..----------...,.-....--..--..A,.--,... - -9 1 Nefhersy john ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,, , Q. Myers, Karen Mae ..,.. ........ 6 3, 110, 138, 142 159 Nethcrs, Lynda Sue ,,,., ., ............ .12 Myers, Larry joe ....,,,, .......,.,,,,,.,,...,,,..,,,,, 1 18 100 Ncthers, Sandra Suc .,,... ,r..,,,. 6 3, 116 Myers, Larry Lee ..... ,..........,,.,,. N cvcr, N anettc .,,....... ............-, 9 1 THE LARSAN MANUFACTURING co 25 South Eleventh Street NEWARK, OHIO Compliments Of SAWYER'S MARKET 393 East Main Street Phone FA 9-6211 HOLMQUIST ELECTRIC Motor Rewinding and Repair Washing Machine Parts Wringer Rolls 115 N. 25th Street Phone D1 4-2645 J OH N NY B ROWN Phone FA 9-4731 202-204 W. Main St. Newark, Ohio PERSONALIZED INSTALLATION CUSTOM DESIGNED FLOORS AND WALLS Linoleum - Asphalt - Rubber Plastic- Cover Base a Specialty Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 Compliments Newark GALLAH ER Business Machines DRUGS Smith-Corona Typewriter Agent Newman, Paul joseph ......,,, .,,,,,, 4 8, 63 Ocehiuzzi, Donald Michael .........YY.,...............,..,,...,,..,, 44, 123 Newman, Thomas A,..,....... ......,,..., 8 3 Ode, Dennis ............YYY...YYVY,A........vw...,.....V..VY.Y.Y f YY...Y.Y............., ,Y,, Nice, Della Lee ....,..Y,,l,. ........ 7 2 Oder, Diana Elizabeth ....,.....,. 44, 98, 107, 116, 117, 127 128 Nichols, Judith Ann .,......... .,Y..... . 72 Offenbaker, Carol Jean ,,..................,.....,v.v., . ...1.,1.....,YY.. 72, 115 Noblick, Beulah Anne ..,..,, .,.A,,... 6 3 Ogilbee, Harold Albert Ir ....,............................ .,.,.,,,.,,, 7 2, 114 Noland, Kathy Lee ..,.... ...... ...,.,... 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U83 Norman, Daphine Delois,.. ....,.... 72 Oldham, Bob ..,...,...........,,..,,. ..................,,.,,...,......, . .87 Norris, Ella Faye .1..,..... ..... .... 7 2 Oldham, Pamela Lee ......... ...... 6 3, 98, 100, 117, 127 Norris. jean Ann .......,... .- ,,..,...., 63 Oliver, General Grant ....... ,,..,......,...,,,. 4 4, 101, 1253 Norris, Karen Lynne ...,. ..,,Y,. 6 3, 75 Oliver, Pamela Marie ..... ...................... 7 2, 98, 114 Norris, Lois jean .,,,.,.,.,,. ............ 9 5 Oliver, Willa Mae ........ ...,,..,,......,,........,,,..,.. 4 4 127 Norris, Richard Alan ,...,... ,.,... .,,...,,.... 6 3 Olp, Jack Edward .,,.......,... .....,ee 6 3, 100, 110, 116, 118 Norton, Joann Adell ........ ...........t.,,l..Y,,... 4 3 Olpp, Doris .,,,.,,,,,..,......,...,.., ,.....,.............,,,.....,,.,,,.,, , .20 Null, Susan Jane ....,.,.... ........ 4 3, 127, 128 O,Nea1, William Floyd .,....... ....., ttl..,,.,.................... 9 5 Nutter, Ronnie .,,,...,,,.. .,...,......,,.,,,,,r... 8 7 Omdorf, Dorothy Miss ....,.. .,............,..,,,. 1 03 Nye, Bernard ........ .,.... ........... 1 9 , 123 Orr, Carolyn Louise .,.,....,,. ....... 4 4, 118, 124 Orr, Larry .......,...,,,,,,,, ...,,,..,..,,.,,,. . .44 0 gn, Llieel Robinson ...... ...r.....e,,..,,,,,. 3 3 Oakleaf, Ronald Harry ,,,.,,............... ,..... ,.....,..... 4 5 ff, anamle ------------- '- -- 3 Oakley, Sharon Ann .........,............ ......e................. 6 3 Off, Real' Sue 'fff-A-- -- --44 Oatman, Carl Louis jr ....... .,,..,, ......... 6 3 , 110, 125 Orr, Richard Dale ...,... .. L63 Oatman, Harold ........,.....,,.. .............r....... 1 9 Orr, Richard Kent ........... .. WGS O'Brien, ' Carol Lee ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, .................. 6 3 Orris, Dale Alexander .,,, .,...,, 6 3 O'Brien, Michael Chatlain ......,., ......,.. 4 4, 121 Osborn, Pat. ........,...i...... .,,. 7 9 Congratulations to Class of ,59 MANOR HOUSE RESTAURANT 1500 West Church Street BUCY LUMBER INC. Lumber and Building Supplies Cor. Sixth and Wilson Streets Phone FA 2-9261-FA 9-0211 Nationwide Insurance Wilfred Everett District Manager Compliments H. A. Albyn Nursery Hanover, Ohio Compliments of Headquarters for SPALDING SHOES I P R Y O R S HI' 7171 Corner Sixth and Church Streets 1 Newark, Ohlo I M F WH , .,..f,,r51yg3f:5i Phone FA 3-2702 A Established 1870 Osborne, Norma lean ...,..,,.... ...... 7 2, 130 Osborne, Rodney Eugene ..V, ..A....f..w. 6 3 Osborne, Teri ,,.., ........,......v. ,............ S 7 O'To0le, Sharon Ann, ..... .........,,.,... 6 3 Overby, Larry .................. .............Y... . 79 G A R E N S B E Overturf, Anita Sue ,.....,,.. ,..,.... 7 2, 103 ' Owen, Gwendolyn Rae VY..... ..-w... 72, 103 Oxley, Lynn Lee ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,......, ..,.... 4 4 , 123 ' P P H A Packham, Michael, Morgan ,,...,... .........V............ 9 5 Packham, Myron Pierce ,......... VVVVVVV....,,VV. I ........ 9 5 Packham, Peggy Lou ..,,..,... ...... 6 3, 114, 129 S - - Pagel, Robert Larry ............,V.. V44, 154, 159 PCCIH lzlng Painter, Margaret Ella ,,,..... .,..,..,,,,.........,, 9 5 , Painter, Phil Dovid ..,.... .... .Y............. . , '72 ,111 Palm, Robert Sanford ...... ...............................r. A 1,72 lllalrlner, gtfgliarn ,,,.,,,,,,,, ..,,..,........,,,............ 6 3, 1,13 ' ' ar er, ' y ,.,.,.,..,..... .,,,.,,,.,,..,A,.................,.....,.. . 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John ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., ............ 9 1 Payne, Mary ,..........,.. ............ ..,...,....,,....., 7 9- Peck, Brenda .....,..,..... ,..,,,...........,..,,.. ......,..... 6 5 3 ' Peck, Emma Arlene ..,.,,r .........,,..,,,,,.,A.,,,.,,,,. 4 5, 123 BEST IN BOWLING Peck, Judith Ann ,,,,,,,, .....,. 7 2, 98, 99 103, 130 Peck, Larry Ross ........ genick, Jack lgvlirtin .....,.. ,,............,,.................. 3 Automatic Pmsetters ggg?:lf1HA05"r:a Efizjimh-WH MM-72 323, . . . , R f ,----,----------------- -v-----'--- - v ' A11' Condntion Piiglicnnilf Anna ,e,,..,.,, .,,,1.,,,.,1,...,......1, 8 13 Peterson, jeffrey ....,.,.... .........,.,,,,, ,,1..1 ......,....,.....,,.,... -.-- 8 Q . 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U64 Redman, Robert Dean ..., ......,....,.,.,......,..,. 7 3 Ritchey, Judith Ann .....,,,... ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, . .64 Rec, Kristen ...,..,,,.,,.,,,,,.,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, 7 8, 103, 130 Ritchey, Larry Eugene ......,. ,.... J ...,...,,,,ii.iii..,.i . .47 Reed, James ..,,........,..... ...,...,,.. L . l.,,,............, 142 Ritchey, Patricia Ann. ,,...., ...,,.A....,.ii,li.,,ii,,,.,,,,oss . .95 Reed, Kenny Dale ,..,. ,,,.,.,,.,,,,..i,,,,.......,.,..,,.. 4 6 Roan, Ralph Roman ..,. I ....... .........,,,... 4 7, 103, 110 139 Reed, Lynne Kay ....,. ......, 7 3, 103, 117, 130 Roan, Sally ............,..... .....,,............,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,l 1 ,,,, ..S'7 Reel, Don Allen .,.,,., ,,.,......,........,,..,,..,,,,,. 6 3 Roan, Susan Diann.. ....,, 66, 100, 101, 111, 170 Regan, .Diane ....,,.., .,..,...,, ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,....,..... 9 1 Roberson, Gary ..........,,,,,,,,,, .,,,li,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,95 Reid, Carol Ann .,,..,.,,.,,,, ,,,...,, 6 3, 129 Roberson, Beverly Ann ......,.,.. ...,..i............,.,,.,. . .47, 114 Reid, Richard ...,.............. .....,l...,.,,. 8 3 Roberts, Dale Raymond ........ ,..,..........,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,. . .73 Reinbeau, Merle Arlene.. ...... ......,,... 6 3 Roberts, Jeffrey Lee .... - ......... ....... 6 4, 110, 155, 158 Renich, Jeanette .....,......,... .... , ,..... ................. R o berts, Sharon Lee ,.... ...,,....,,...,..........,,. U73 Renner, Kenneth Lee ...,.. ...... . ..........,,.............. 6 3 Roberts, Sharon Louise ...,.... ...... ...... ....... . . 9 5 Retherford, Betty Lou ......... ..... - .......,,,.. 7 3, 117. 130 Roberts, Stefanie Carol.. ............,.,. ..47 Rey. Johanna Lee ,,..,,..... ..,.......,.,...,..,,.....,.... 9 5, 65 Robinson, Dwight ..........,..... - ........ .......,.,.,....,,.......... Rey, Judith Ellen .......l..... ...,...,.., 4 6, 102, 108, 128 Robinson,. 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Vivien Lee. ....... ...... ........ 7 3 . 130 Sharp, Cynthia .... 1 ......,.... .......... 1 7 , ll 8 Shaw Donna .............,. ............,...,,. . .83 Sheldon, Dave ................... ............................... Sheldon, Frank Elliot ........ ...........,... 6 4, 154, 159 Shelton, Victoria ....... ..... .................,...,.......... . , 83 Shenk, Julia Annette ...... ................................,. ...... Shields, Sally Ann ...............,. .....,. 4 9, 98, 99, 117, 128 Shinn, Joan Donna ............... ........r.......rr....,r....... . .49 Shipley, Don Earle ........r......... ......,..... .......,..... . 4 9 Shomaker, James Hamian ......... ...................... H64 Shoemaker. Linda Sue ............. ..........,................ 7 3. 115 Shoneharger, Jerry ...........,... ...........,..,.,.......r,,............ 7 9 Shumalcer. 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G, ,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,-,--,,,,, ,--,,--,,--. 1 5 Steiner, Jayne Louise ........... ..,..,.. 5 1, 128, 107, 99, 98 Stemm, Frank Edward ....,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,,,,-,,, 7 3 Stevens, Donna .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,ll,,,,-,---,,,,,,-.--,,,-- A -.-- 64 Stevens, John Edward ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,.,,..., 6 4 Stevens, William Thomas ,,,,,,, .,.-,- 7 3 Stewart, Evlyn Mraie .,,.., , ,,,,,, ,,,,., 9 5 Stickle, Louis Edward ...... -,,-,, 7 3 Stickle, Sam Thomas ,,,,,,,,, .--.-- 5 4 Stickle, Sue ...,...,..,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,, --.,,' 3 7 Stoeckmann, George .......... , .... ,,-,,- 1 4 Stoneburner, Judith Kay ,,,,,,, ,,-,,- 7 4 Storer, Gerald ..,...,,.,...,,,....,, -----,-,, 7 4 Storer, Wilma ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,-',-v - -83 Storey, Donna ...,,......,,... ,-,---,-,,--'-- 7 4 Story. Dorothy Jean ,..,,... ,,-,,, 7 4, 115 Stradley, Edward ...,...,,....... ,,,,,,,,,- 2 0 124 Strand, Michael Allen ,...... ,,,,,,,, , 74, 169 Strawn, Ruth Ann ...,,,,,. ,, .-,.., 53 123 Stream, Tom ,...,,..,,,,,,, ,,.,----.,,. 3 7 Strear, Phillip ............,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,--,--, 7 4 Street, Robert .............,,,.,,. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Street, Stephen Niel ....... ..............,,..,. . ..,,.,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 5 1 Stricker, Connie Sue ............,....... 51, 98, 99, 110, 118, 128 Strother, Karol Sue ...... ............................,.. . ..,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 5 1 Stroud, Irene ............. ,,.,,,.,,.,.,,......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 Strouse, Sandra Lee ........ 51, 98, 99, 101, 102, 118, 127, 140 Sturm, Nancy Louise .............................. - .........,,...,.,,..,,......,.,.,, 51 Sturman, Roger Allen ..,.,...,,........,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, U74 Sullivan, James Charle s ....... ........................ 6 4, 155, 158 Sullivan, Patricia Ann ..,.... ..... .......,. ,......,,..,...,................ 7 4 Sunkle, Bonnie Joyce .... - ........ ........ 6 4, 109, 127, 129, 170 Sunkle, Carolyn Pauline ........ ....... . ........................................ 6 4 Surratt,' Carol Sue .................................. , ............... 74, 114, 115 Sutphen, Suellen Ann ........ 51, 101, 102, 118, 127, 128 Swan, Beth Ann ...,............................,......................,.,.. 51, 114 Swank, Richard Edmond ........,..................,........ ' .................. 74 Swart, Lorna Kay ........................................ 51, 103, 118, 128 Swartz, Aaron Gene ..,................... 51 122, 136, 149, 155, 156 Swartz, Helen Jeanette ........ .................................... 7 4, 115 Swartz, Linda Sue ....,,,...... ........ 7 4, 108, 111, 130 100 Wise, Ronald Lynn ,.......... 2 Swartz, Max Melton ....... . ..74 Swick, Marsha ..YY.,......,,..,. ., Swick, Ronnie ...................... ,, H87 Swisher, Robert Elden ................. ...... 6 9 T Taggart, James Albert ..,..........,,. .................. 5 2 Taggart, Ronald Edwin ...... .......,.,.,.....,.. .52 Taneyhill, Jean .,,... . ..,.,...,..., ..,.....,.............. 9 1 Taylor, Antoinette Marie .....Y ..,,.. 7 4, 98, 130 Taylor, Charlotte Ann ...,.... , ,....,,,,.......,. ...74 Taylor, Connie Sue .... 1 ...,. ................... 7 4 Taylor, Joe Edwin .......,... , ..,.... 74, 112 Taylor, Larry Arnold ....... ,...........,,. 5 2 Taylor, Richard Lee ...... .,......,........... 9 5 Taylor, Sandra Lane ..,..,... .,......,..,. 1 14, 127 Taylor, Timothy Davis .,.... .........,.....,,, 7 4, 114 Teal, Georgia Ann ..,...... ......., 5 2, 114, 116 Terry, Blanche E ......... .,...,,..,i,...,......... 5 2 Thacker, Lynn ...............i,.. ..................... 8 7 Thompson, Betty L .,............. ...... 7 4, 114 Thompson, Bonnie Mae ,...... ........,....... Thompson, Carole Lee ...,.,,. ......... 7 4 Thompson, Charles Sue .......... ....... Thompson, Eddie Virgle ,...,........ ,...l. 7 4 Thompson, Emest Edwin, Jr ....... ...... 4 Thompson, Gary .,......,..,.......,.......... ....... ,..................,, 5 7 Thompson, Jim ..........,....,,,..,........ .....................,....,,-....-- - - Thompson, Kimberly Anne ,..,.. ..,... 111, 137, 142, l70 Thompson, Larry Joseph ...,.., ......,.,............,,,,,.-,,.... 7 4 Thompson, Nancy Louise ..,..... ...... ,..........,.,.-...-.. 6 5 Thompson, Patricia Ann ........, ,,,..,,,,......,..........f 6 5 Thompson, Russell Eugene ........ ......... .,,,,....... 7 4 . 149 Thompson, Sharyn Lee ............ ...... 6 5, 104, 110, 140 Thropp, Gwen Elizabeth ...i.,. .....,.,,.....,, .....-......-- 5 9- Tiede, David Allen ...,.......... .,.-..,...........-,---.--- 7 4 Tims, Mary Lou ............... ,,A.,A., 6 5, 108. 116 Timson, Bobby Ann .,.... .....,....,.,,A..,,.,......---. 9 1 Tipka, Alan William .......,, ....,.,.,.. 5 2, 102, 105.1152 Tipton, Curtis ,..........l......,... .............V,,..-..,.,A.,.-...--.----' 3 5 Toothaker, Carolyn Louise ..,... 58, 65, 101, 111, 116 Toothman, Thomas WVayne ...... ....,,..,,,...-..-.,--A----,------ ,-v- - 1 52 Toothman, William Franklin ........ ....,.l ...,...,, 5 2 . 104, 108 Toscano, Patricia Ann .........,.... .......,,.,A,---- 5 2, 118 Tower, Theodore Leland .....,.. -...--,- 7 4, 100, 125 Trager, Clayton, Hall ........ ...,l.........., . --65 Trager, Karen Elaine .l..,.. -,--,f,-,Y.-.---- - -95 Trickle, Linda Ann ,,,,,..,,.. Trickey, Barbara Jean ..,.... ..65 ..74 Trimble, Robert ..............,.. ...,...,,.,-.,--,V----- - -83 Trimble,I Viclti Diane ....,,.. -,f,,- - --74, 115, Tripp. .erry ----,-,-------. ..,..1- f-,,---- ------",- - - A -'- Tripp, Marion Lewis ...,,,... -.,,-, 7 , 52, 114 Tronstein, Lois Rhea ,... .-4,.--- 74, 118 Trout. Tom Robert l....... -------- 5 2, 112 Trowbridge, Pam ..,,.,..... ..,.,.-.------- 8 L Tmex, Judy.. ...... ............. ------,----- 8 1 Trusler, Sharlet lean ......,,,,.. ------- - -Q5 Tucker, Joseph Edward ......,. -,-....--,- - -02 Tucker, Marie Maxine l,..,... -,---,,,-----, - -74 Tucker, Roberta Kav ,...,.............r.,............,..... .......Y,,,-- 7 4, 115 Tucker, Thomas Edward ..,................,,l.,..-,- -.,---------Y---.-,--- - -Q5 Turner, Patsy To ..................,.......l......,,l......-..,,,. ,----YY-----,-------- 1 4 Twinem, Mary Roberta .....,.... 52, 99, 100, 101, 128, 136 137 U Urban, Karen ..........,, ...................,,,.,,,.,..-,..,...-.., - ,,-,,-- A ,91 Urban, Larry Lee ,,,,,,,, ..,..,, 5 2, 125, 149. 101, 163, 165 Utrevis, Jackie .,....... .........,....,,,.,,---.--.---,,-A-,-----,--- ------ 9 1 V Vaia, Louis Chris ...,....,....,,............. ...,.... 5 3, 154, 153 Van Gilder, April May ..,................,... .........,A--...---,----- I 4 Van Glider, Norma .,........,,.......,............ ......,,,,....--,--4-------. 6 5 Van Orman, Marjorie Bobbette ...,.... ....,....,..........----------- 16 5 Van Voorhis. Susan Louise .................. ......,......., 7 4, 111, 100 Van Wey, William Shannon ............ ...... 7 4, 103, 111, 125 Van Winkle, Gary ..............,...,.. ...............,-.-.---,-A- - .-83 Van VVinkle. Richard Melvin ....... ,..... ............ 6 5 , 126 Van VVy, Janet Sue ..,..,........... ................- 6 5. 117 Vargo, Mary Patricia ............., ...,,.A. 5 3, 117, 128 Vamer, Dale Richard ....., , A.-------- ----- 1 ---- - -14 Vamer, Patti Diane ....,,,.... ........... . 74, 115 Vaughn, Patricia Anne ..... ..,.,...,.. 7 4, 115 Vaughn, Philip F ........ ,...... ......,..,..-., 5 3 , 118 Vaughn, Sally Vernon ........ ...... 7 4, 103, 130 Vaughn, Sandra Lee ......... ......,..... 5 3, 116 Vermillion, David ................ .....,,----------- 7 4 Vermillion, Gary Frank ...... ,..,..,,.. ....... 5 3 , 109 Vermilion, Gary Frank ...,,......, ........,,............ 5 3, 109 Vermilion, Glenn Ivan ......,.. .,,..............,.,-- - .-....-..- 6 5 Vermilion, Joyce Ann ..,.,..,..,, ..,.. ...,,. 5 3 ,' 118, 128 137 Vermilion, Larry Vemon ........ .........,,,,, - ,............--- 7 4 Vermilion, Myrna Kay ...,....,.,..... ...,.............. 7 5, 114 Vick, Cornelius Vanderbilt .,.... ........ . .75 Villers, Donald Eugene ............ .........A.-. 7 5 Vogelmeier, Charles Henry ..... .,.. .......... 1 ..... 5 3 Vogelmeier, Daniel Joseph ......... .... . .............. 9 5 Vrendenburgh, Gertrude ............ ......... 5 3, 140 XV 1Vaddell, Brenda Joyce ...,............................ 53, 107, 108, 128 Waddell, Ronnie .............. ..........l.............,..,,...................... 7 9 Wagner, Teresa Diane ....... ...... 6 5, 100, 101, 108, 127 129 Walch, Sharon .............. ......,............ - .................................. Waldren, Leslie James ,..... ...... 6 5 114 Walker, Barbara Lynn ................ ...,.........,,..,. 7 5, 1,30 Walker, Charlene Kay ................... ..,............................. 6 5 Walker, Raymond Lennox, Jr ........ ....... 7 , 54, 1 07, 1 67 Walker, Ronald Eugene ..........,. .........,.....,,.,....,,,....,.... 6 5 Wallace, Bernice Lyn ................. ....... 6 5, 108, 108, 114 Wallace, Richard Jefferson ...... ........... 5 2, 112, 122 Waller, Joe ..,......................... ..................,......... S 7 Walsh, Sharon ,.... ...........,.... .....,................. 6 5 Walter, Eddie ........................ ...........,.............. 9 1 Warden, Charles Burnctte ...... ...... 6 5, 100, 126 VVarc, David Francis ............ ...,,....,,,,....,,,... 7 5 Warman, Gene Lawrence ..... ...,..... 7 5, 1 1 4 Warner, Shirley Ann ........... ........... . 75 Warrington, Charles Byron ..,...,. ..... ..... 9 5 Warthen, Gary. ...................... . ..., .9 1 'Water, Gene Lee .......,.......... .,... ..... Waters, Gary ,........, ,....,. 7 5 Waters, Jarncs R ...,... ,.................. 7 5 Waters, Tom, ,............ ...,.,................. 7 9 Watson, Jerry Lee ,....... . ...... 75, 1 1 1 , 1 1 4 Watson, Jim ................... ,...................... 8 7 Watson, Larry Rhyne ...... .....,...,.. ................... 5 4 Watson, Patty .................. ...................... 1 ............. 9 1 Watson, Shalmir Adele ......... ....,,. 2 5, 54, 101, 114, 136 Weakley, Daniel Vernon ...... .......................,.............. 7 5 Weakley, Jerry ....,.................. ............ ................... S 7 Weakley, Joyce Carolyn ............. ....,... 1 08, 1 29 Weakley, William Bertram ........ . .............. ,65 Wears, Joyce .......................... .......... 1 1 6 Webb, Julia ..................,..,..... ....... 8 7 Webb, Stanley Revere ........ ....... 6 5 Weed. Michael Lee ........... ..... . 75 Weidlaw, Nancy .......,...... ...... 8 7 Weidner, Nancy ,............. ....... 8 7 Weidner, Richard Dale .......... ..,A-., 6 5 Weiland, Paul David ............. ....... 6 5 Weimer, Thomas Frederick ........ ....... 7 5 Wells, Charles Larry ....,............... ....... . .54 Wells, Emmett Rouss ............... ,............ 7 5 Wells, Mary Jo .....,......,....... ....... 6 5, 118 Welsh, Lude Edward ...... .... Wentz. Robert Douglas ,..... Wessinger, Ruth Ann ..,.... .-.---.--. 3 3 VVest, Lucy Ann ..,......,.. ....... Q 5 Wetzel, Ronald K ........ ------- Q 0 Whitaker. Mary ............ .......... 5 7 White, Charles E ............ ..... ....A-,-.---- 7 5 White, James ............................ ..............., 8 fl White, Roberta Ann .................... ...... 7 5, 115 Whiteford, Christine Elaine ......., .........,,..A.- 9 5 Whiteman, Ray E ............,......... .,,..., 5 4, 112 Whitis, Frank .............................. ...... ........... , , 65 Whittington, Thomas Eugene. ..... ...........l............ 1 17 Whyde, Earl Gerald ............. .......... ,.,-.----,------,, 6 5 Whyde, John Scott ...,........... ........ 6 5, 110, 114 Wickham, Beverly .................... ...............,, ..,----, 7 9 Wildman, Donald Stanley ..... Wildman. Judith Ann .......... Wiley, Dale Franklin ,.,,,.,.. Wiley, John T ......,......,,..... Wilkin, Daniel Allen ....... Wilkm. Douglas ....,.............,... Willard, William Ronald ...,,... fffii ...Ja 1 is gs . ..... .... A 5 91 91 Williams, Arlane ................... . ............................,,,4-.------ - Williams, Barbara Anne ........ .............. 6 5. 110. 127. 129 Williams, Bradley Joe ........... ........ 5 4, 148. 151, 145, 156 Williams, Charmane ..,,.......... ...,......................,A,..---------- 9 1 Williams, Douglas Arthur ......... ...... .......l....,.,............,, 7 5 Williams, Edmund Orr, Jr ....... ..... , 65, 155. 157 Williams, Helen ......................,.... ....,....,------ 8 . 17 Vllilliams, Lorraine Jeannette ....,. ,.......,... , ...... 7 5 Williams, Saundm Jean ....... ......, 5 4 Williams. Sheila Ann ..........., .-....,,A--f----,,, 6 Q VVills, Darlene Kay ........ ......., ,,.,. -.---.-.- 6 U Wills, Richard D ........., -.........,,A,fA--------, 5 4 Wilson, Ann Louise ....... ....... 6 5. 109, 123 Wilson, Barbara Ann ....., Wilson, Carol Darlene ...... Wilson, David .................... Wilson, Douglas Kent .,,.,.. Wilson, Elaine ...,............. Wilson, Jane Ann ....,........ Wilson, Judith Ann ,.,,...,....... Wilson, Kenneth Franklin ,,... Wilson, Kyle Zinn .................. Wilson, Mariorie Sue ......... Wilson, Phyllis Grace ...... VVilson, Sandra Aclaire ......... Wilson, Sara Annette ,.... Wilson, Shirley Lou ..... Wince, Greg ......,.......... Wince, Kay... ..........,... Winland, Janet ,,.......,....... .. Winland. Sharon Pauline ...... 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U83 Wood, Robert Bruce .........,.. ....... 5 5, 110, 113, 118, 142 Wright, Virginia Louise ,..,,...,.,,.., ,.,,,,,, 6 5 Woodruff, Nancy Lou .,.,.,.,.. ,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,i..,..,,,,,,,i .,... , . 65 Wloocgis, Sharks Edward ....., ..,., ..,,,,,,,i,,,i,,,,,,....... , . S95 oo war , ruce ..,..,.,,,,... ...,..,,,,,,,,,,i.....,... 7 - - Woodward, Phyllis Ann .,..., ,.A.A,.. 5 5, 102, 118 222121, Dggffgg, ""' """" 253 Woody, Joyce Aline ......,,,,...... ..............,.,......,,. , ,T5 yaus Mary """' """" 7 9 Woodyard, Anita Kay .,.....,.,... ,,,...,...A.,.,,,,,,.,,...... . .75 Yeagg, W,,,gg,, """" j 'AA" """""' 3 3 Woodyard, Nancy Carolyn ........ .,.......,.....,...,...... 5 5, 116 Yock ' Yvmm "" ""' """"' ""' E28 Woolard, James Richard .,,,... ,.,,n. 5 5, 102, 163, 166 Y WD, 'SA . ---"-- "A" 6 gr-103 11, Woolard Linda Ann, ,..11.....,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,1,,,,,, 6 5 127 Olmg' ?0'eS nhoneffe -'---5--- -----'f - '. 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