Newcomerstown High School - Newcosean Yearbook (Newcomerstown, OH)
- Class of 1955
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We, the Seniors of N.H.S. hereby dedicate
this thirty-second Newcosean to our parents.
With the goal of graduation attained, we pause
to pay tribute to our guiding light-Mom and
Dad. With your help and encouragement we
have been able to tell this story of our Senior
year at Newcomerstown High School. So,
proudly, we dedicate this Newcosean to you
and say ......
NHS '55 NHS '55 NHS '55
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From afar it gleams
Through the halls of our clear high school
Many times we pass,
But the happy days we spend there
All must end at last.
Always we will love and serve thee,
Hail from all the rest,
Here's a toast to you, our 'high school,
Our Dear N.H.S.
Hail to thee, our Alma Mater,
N.H.S. we praise,
Hail the Orange and Black forever,
Alma Mater days.
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through their administration
Our superintendent, D. B. Roeder, is one of our pilot lights of
our twelve years in Troianland. He saw us plod lrom grade to grade
and finally emerge the mighty seniors of 1955? To him we owe a
debt of gratitude for his patient ways and firm administration to give
us a better way of life. Through the years, we vlill remember him as
"one of us." I
The Wheels of NHS run smoothly
Playmg Santa Claus and enloymg lnfe nn general as well as
taklng care of admlmstratlve matters of NHS IS the task of Herbert
S Gary He IS never too busy to discuss the problems of students and
teachers with them He graduated from Ohio State Unlverslty with
degrees of Bachelor of Scnence and Master of Arts
To Enrich our lives
Board of Education
Sitting: Mr. Frank Powell, Mr. John Atkinson, Mr. Earl Titus. Standing: Dr. C. A. Hanson, Mr. John Heller
A wealth of knowledge
Assistant principal, Wallace Bower, is very interested in sports.
At one time he thought he would try to study law, but decided to be a
schoolteacher instead- He is a graduate of Muskingum College and
Ohio State University.
Dollie Carson, a graduate of Glenville State
Teacher's College, chose the teaching profession be-
cause she likes working with other people-especially
her "struggling" shorthand students. In her leisure
time, she enioys reading novels, seeing good movies,
and "iust relaxing." She dreams of a long vacation
with all expenses paid. She is an advisor of the Jun-
Rudolph Crispeno joined Newcomerstown's fac-
ulty this year ....... a graduate of: Indiana State
Teacher's College. He teaches commiercial subiects
and one of his hobbies is photography.
John Crumley wbs graduated
from Kent State University. He is
director of the high Fchool march-
ing and concert bands and the
high school choir. He teaches ele-
mentary music. Mr. :Crumley pro-
duced a fine march ng band this
year and develope the playing
ability of many studints.
Fred DiDomenico planned to make a career of
the Marine Corps but changed his mind. Now he
teaches health, drivers' education, and physical edu-
cation. He is the football and track: coach. He is
very interested in teen-agers and tlneir problems.
Football is his favorite sport.
Newcomerstown was and still is the.first love of
Chloe George-Latin and English teacher. She grad-
uated from Ohio State University and attended the
University of Wisconsin. She is advisor of the Junior
Y-Teen Club. Her favorite hobby is fancy work.
Eleanor Doss, a graduate of
Miami University, teaches elemen-
tary music in the mornings and
language arts in the afternoons.
Her hobby is music.
S. Robert Heffner-divides his teaching between
biology, general science and math. He attended
Clarion State Teachers' College, University of Vir-
ginia, and Ohio State. He is the Advisor of the
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Claude Hinds-the man who knows what makes
the world and everything in it go 'round. He is able
to transmit physics, chemistry, and cldvanced math
into hard heads. Whether the subiect is easy or hard
for them, his students enioy watching demonstrations
and performing their own experiments. You can
never tell what will happen next. He is the Advisor
of the Projection Club and a graduate of Muskingum
College. He also attended Ohio Statd University.
Basketball coach and assistant football coach,
Floyd Hixon has a secret desire to coach his own
baseball team. He hopes he will realize his wish
this summer in Cleveland. He is a graduate o Ohio
"Joe College", sigh the girls asl Robert Leon-
hard, geography, world history, and plhysical educa-
tion teacher passes. Athletics are a mtluior interest of
this man. He is the Reserve basketball coach and
baseball coach, and played basketball and football
himself in his high school days. He is p graduate of
Kent State University.
Ohio University claims as one of its alumnae
Alwilda Phillips-teacher of English III and IV and
Journalism. She is also advisor of the Senior Y-Teen
Club. She believes sincerely in today's youth-they
return her sincerity by believing in her.
Earl Murphy, who is a farmer in
his spare time, attended Kent State
University and Muskingum College.
Q He teaches math and language arts.
Clelia Mercer was graduated
from Muskingum College. She
teaches English, history, and is
director of the high school choir.
Her hobby is hand work.
We are imade ready
Gene Riffle has been in charge of the in-
dustrial arts department fort years. Shops were
organized to teach skill in hlandiwork. Mr. Riffle
is a graduate of Ohio University. He has attend-
ed Bowling Green, Ohio State, and Kent State
Universities. He is the advisor of the industrial
Arts club. l
Elizabeth Portz, our very able
speech teacher, is a graduate of
Muskingum College. Her hobby is
reading plays, of course. She
is the advisor of the local Thespian
Troupe. What would we do without
her to direct our plays.
Living in a mild climate
Robertson's dream come true.
Director. His main hobby is lvacationing. One
student remarks, "Robbie is spre a swell guy",
we echo the refrain. A graduate of Muskingum
College, he's also advisor of tlle Future Teachers
of America. He is one of the lzlest liked teachers
in N.H.S. l
would be Alex
He is Athletic
to face the future
Rachael Stoffer, who was gradu-
ated from Denison University, also
attended Muskingum College and
Duke University. She teaches lang-
uage arts and music. Her hobby is
Mary Swigert, a graduate of Otterbein College,
teaches aspiring young girls the fine art of cooking
and sewing. She is not only advisor, but a true friend
to the girls. Her sunny disposition would brighten any
kitchen. She is the advisor of the Future Homemakers
Farrill Sharrock was graduated
from Ashland College, and attend-
ed Kent State University and Mus-
kingum College. He is a collector of
American coins, antiques, and guns.
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develop body and mind
Chemical engineering was the goal of Donald
Wolff, a graduate of Whittqnburg College until geo
metric figures and algebra iproblems got in the way
ten years ago. His favorite hobby is photography
He is the advisor of the Hi-YlClub
Edna Powell was graduated fro
Denison University and Columba
University. She also attended te
University of Wisconsin. Mrs. Pow ll
is the visiting teacher.
Frances Titus, although she is
not a regular teacher in our high
school, is a great help in the library
this year. She was graduated from
Otterbein College. I
Guiding us each day
Secretary to the Principal
The office girls are Barbara Froelich, Wanda
Rogers, Linda Smith, and Betty Lou Davidson.
Mrs. Clifford Wilson
Secretary to the Superintendent
health, food, transfportation
Mothers serving students at the
cafeteria during the noon hour. The
cafeteria serves all 12 grades, de-
licious, well-balanced lunches.
1 Phyllis Geiser, the school nurse
:attends students who may have
'health difficulties. She is on duty
ievery Tuesday and Friday. To her
1left is Mary Lou Grimm, the former
Qschool nurse. They are both swell
1 Here are the men that bring us
:safely to and from school. We are
.thankful for their carefulness with,
iand consideration for our lives.
and warmth, are
vital to our education
Don Clark is our head janitor. He is a very
energetic fellow and conscientious about his work.
He is a friend to all. NHS has no better sports fan.
We thank you, Don.
Gene Whyde is our assistant janitor. He comes
at 2:00 in the afternoon and helps Don. We like to
take this opportunity to thank Gene for helping to
keep our school a cheerful place to study our lessons.
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We're the class of "55"
Seniors Rah, Seniors Rah
Rah, Rah, Seniors!
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BARBARA JANE ATKINSON
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JAMES WESLEY BAKER
CARL R. BILLINGS
RONALD E. BERKSHIRE
WALTER M. BRENNEMAN
JOHN EDWARD BUCKEY
FRANCIS EUGENE CALLENTINE
THOMAS D. COKER
GRACE YVONNE COUTS
JOANN CAROL CUTSHALL
LARRY RANDOLPH DANSBY
ALDEN NEAL DAVIS
.ION DAVIS DENNIS
RUTH ANN DIXON
BARBARA JEAN FROELICI-I
THOMAS LEE ELLIOTT
NANCY MAE GARDNER
DORIS JEAN GEPHART
LARRY ALLEN HANNAHS
ALFRED L. HELLER
CARL L. HINDS
CONNIE MAE HOGUE
PAWNEE FISHER KING
RITA MARIE LANNING
DAVID WAYNE LAU ER
CARL F. LAWVER
CAROL ANN LEHMAN
ENOS LELLAN LOADER
JOHN DANIEL McCONNELL
HARRY LEMOYNE LYONS
JA?K DEAN MILLER
ROBERTA JANE MOORE
SHIRLEY LORRAI NE NEAL
LQVON CAROL NORMAN
MARY ELIZABETH NORMAN
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BARBARA ANN PATTERSON
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KENNETH JAMES PHILLIPS
JANET ROSE PORTZ
DOROTHY JANE POSTLEWAIT
ROBERT LEWIS RILEY
WANDA LEE ROGERS
MARY DARLENE ROSS
NOMA KATHERINE RUFER
JOHN E. RUSH
KEITH K. RUSSELL
CARL THOMAS SMITH
LINDA VON SMITH
IAY E. STEVENS
HAROLD L. STOCKER
.JJANE MARIE SWANK
BETTY RUTH SWEITZER
MARJORIE ANN TISH
PATRICIA JOAN VISINTAINER
RONALD DAVID WALKENSPAW
SHIRLEY EILEEN WILLER
MERCEDIS ANN WINTERS
JERRY LEE WIDDER
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Evelyn Lyons, Eugene Mallott, Bob
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Meeks, David Milburn, Arlene Moore.
Don Mullet, Carol Murphy, Walter
Murphy, Nancy Myers, Edith Newby.
Elsie Newby, Sandra Patton, Mary
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Wayne Plants, Dick Poorman, Connie
Rehard, Lee Ripley, Cynthia Roeder.
Carol Rogers, Mary Lou Rush, Delores
Russell, Jack Saylor, Ronnie Shaffer.
Walter Shaffer, Thelma Sharrock, Fred
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Ruth Stocker, Dean Taylor, 'Bob Tennant,
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Katherine Vogt, Rolland Walters, Melvin
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Mary Adams, Marilyn Angle, Phillip
Arth, Marlene Baker, Florence Bassett.
Sue Belt, Carol Berg, Vera Brady,
Marilyn Brindley, Coralyn Brown.
Georgina Brown, Beverly Calhoun, Bev-
erly Callentine, Don Carrico, Bill Casey,
Shirley Casteel, Wanda Corbett, Palsy
Couts, Galen Craigo, Larry Creachbaum.
Bob Cross, Charles Dakin, Jerry Dansby,
Connie Duff, Evelyn Etter.
Vaughn Fairchild, Marilyn Folkert, .lim
Foraker, Arminda Forney, Ronnie Fur-
Wilma Garretsan, Bob Gatten, Larry
Graff, Pauline Harris, John Hart.
Calvin Hartline, Edna Heller, Lillian
Horn, Ellis Hunterson, Donnie Kehl.
Ronnie Kehl, Kenneth Khune, Gary
King, Juanita King, David Lawver.
Class Of '57
Gordon Ley, LindaALyons, Larry Maloy,
Kay Martin, Mary Martin.
Jim McDonnell, Patsy Miller, Faye
Mullett, Gary Myers, Jerry Myers.
Wanita Myers, Marcella Newby, Eugene
Nolan, Bonnie Norman, Terry Norman.
Judy Oaklief, Frank Oldt, Don Opphile,
Rosalie Parks, Opal Plants.
Jeanne Portz, Carol Postlewait, Kathryn
Renner, Jane Rothenstein, Jean Rothen-
Bill Russell, Ruth Schlupp, Roland Scott,
Shirley Shaffer, John Shaw.
Jolene Shaw, Eloise Shreve, Norman
Sondles, Harold Stein, Jock Stoffer.
Janet Stonebrook, David Sweitzer, Dar-
lene Thomas, Myrna Underwood, Elaine
Don Watson, Don Wilson, Jack Wilson,
Jim Wolff, Bob Woods.
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Bonnie Adams, .William Albaugh, Patsy
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Linda Ashley, Don Bassett, Roger Belt,
Janet Boone, Marilyn Bordenkircher.
Beverly Bowers, Dick Burky, Dolly Buss,
Don Callentine, Roger Callentine.
Don Carr, Carol Carruthers, Phyllis
Courtwright, Walter Craigo, Carla
John Davis, Theresa Davis, Judy Dennis,
Margaret Drayer, Carolyn Egler.
Gretchen' Ellis, Joan Everhart, George
Farris, George Fenton, James Gatten.
Lester Green, Jean Gray, Virginia
Heston, Sandy Hickenbottom, Jack
Patty Johns, Calvin Johnson, Richard
Kohler, Patty Keith, Rebecca Kelly.
Becky Leonhard, Chester Little, Dan
Loader, Judy Loader, John Mallett.
Laverne Marlatt, Patty Marstrell.
Class Of '58
Melva Marquand, Forest Mason, David
Mayhew, Betty Moore, Don Mulvane.
Martha Murphy, Fred Nay, Robert Nera,
Mary Newell, Judy Opphile.
Eugene Parks, David Patterson, Richard
Patton, Gary Paulun, Edna Peeper.
Peoples, Virgil Plants, Barbara Poorman.
Jim Penrod, Larry
Sharon Porcher, Larry Price, Nancy
Rogers, Barbara Ross, Diane Ross.
Aaron Rothenstein, Merl Rufer, Carol
Rush, Rudy Russell, Terry Silverthorne.
Judy Stewart, Linda Stocker, Betty Stout,
Sandra Sumers, Jim Tedrick.
Blaine Tish, Joy Triplet, Glenn Van
Voorhis, Pat Walters, John Watson.
Maxine Watson, Steve Weisbrod, Ed
Welsch, Patsy Whyde, Johanna Williams.
Betty Wolff, Martha Yarnell.
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Earl Anderson, Tommy Atkinson, Janet
Baker, Ruth Bassett, Judy Beiter.
Harold Best, Betty Bodkins, Betty Bor-
denkircher, Pauline Bowers, Larry
Rebecca Carpenter, Wanda Chandler,
Robert Craigo, Bonnie Crater, Carolyn
John D. Davis, Peter Doss, Melvin
Duhamel, Sonny Eggleston, Judy Elliott.
Linda Erkshire, Dixie Evans, Ruth Ann
Favors, Marian Gaskill, Dean Geese.
Diane Gross, Kenneth Haas, John Har-
bold, Leonard Hart, Gary Hickman.
Sidney Jones, Roger Kedigh, Alla King,
Linda Kissell, Larry Loader.
Janet Lyons, Gary Marlatt, Larry Mar-
latt, Judy Marshall, Peggy Marstrell.
Class Of '59
Bob Mathews, Micky Mayhew, Marilyn
Meeks, Sandra Miller, Mary Ann Mullen.
Steve Myers, Ann McCall, Lynda Mc
Cants, Floyd McCormick, Nancy McCul-
Larry McEIhaney, Danny McMullen,
Delphine Newby, James Nolan, Helen
John Norman, Robert Opphile, Harold
Opphile, Jean Pappas, Mary Lou Riley.
Carole Roan, Bobby Robinson, Kay
Russell, Bill Russell, Sandra Sauerbrey.
James Saylor, Ralph Smith, Barbara
Somogye, Stanford Steed, Richard
Joann Walker, Rosemary Warner, Rich-
ard Watson, Jimmy Whyde, April
Carol Wilson, Terry Wise, Ann Woods,
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Carol Art, Kenny Arthur, Del-
bert Ashkettle, Donald Baker,
Janice Baker, Harry Bcsehart.
Mary Ann Bassett, Walter Bates,
Daniel Berkshire, Marilyn Bon-
nell, Barbara Bordenkircher, Al-
Kennet-h Brennemon, Gail Bricker,
Barbara Brode, Bobby Brown,
David Brown, Frederic Brown.
Hallie Sue Brown, Jim Callentine,
Stephen Carr, Nancy Clark, Joyce
Corbett, Glenn Couts.
Linda Couts, Linda Crouch, Ruby
Davis, Priscilla Dayton, Karolyn
Dorsey, Martha Jean Dorsey.
Vernon Durben, Robert Egler,
Jerry Evans, Wilma Evans, James
Everhart, Mary Gadd.
Karen Glazer, Mary Jane Gray,
Betty Gutherie, Ruth Harris, Dor-
othy Haver, Paul Hover.
Dixie Lee Hayes, Carol Heifner,
Curtis Hinds, William Hogue,
Brenda Hootman, Thomas Huff-
Clyde Knutsen, Karen Hurst,
Robert Johns, Gary Johnson,
James Johnson lno picturel,
Roger Johnson, Pearl Marquand.
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Class Of '60 Flora King, Jerry Kiser, Robert
Lenzo, Connie Lyons, Douglas
MacQueen, Danny Mardis.
Gary Mathews, Gwendolyn Maur-
er, Roy Mayhew, Chester Meek,
Larry Miller, RuHame Milligan.
Bonnie Moore, Fred Moore, Paul
Morrison, Glenn Mullett, Jay
Willis Murphy, James McCormick.
Richard McCune, Peggy McGinnis,
Susan Oaklief, Fred Opphile,
Sharon Opphile, Dianne Ortt.
Danny Parks, William Parks,
Rachel Ann Phillips, Barry Pickett,
Virginia Porcher, Mary Porteus.
James Ruby, Gary Russell, Robert
Shaw, R o b e rt Smith, Arthur
Steed, Janice Strictmaker.
Calvin Tedrick, Carole Thomas,
James Tufford, Brent Under-
wood, James Van Sickle, John
Sandra Waller, Robert Watson,
George Whyde, John Jr. Wil-
liams, John Williams, Mattie
Gladys Wise, Barbara Wolff,
Susan Wurster, John Zeiner,
Patsy Sue Jorden.
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The organizations geared to make the youth of today the good
citizens of tomorrow.
First row: Joann Cutshall, Wanda Rogers, Mary E. Norman, Barbara Atkinson,
Nancy Gardner, Rita Lanning, Linda Smith, Janet Portz, Barbara Palmer.
Second row: Jerry Widder,,Harold Stocker, Carl Hinds, Duke Heller, Pat
Visentainer, Marjorie Tish, 'Doris Gephart, Mr. Gary. Third row: Ronnie
Walkenspaw, Enos Loader, Keith Russell, Walter Brenneman, Tom Elliott, John
McFadden, Larry Hannahs, J
First row: Barbara Atkinson, .lanet Portz, Sandra Patton, Eliose Shreve, Wanda
Rogers, Linda Smith, Darlene Thomas, Cynthia Roeder. Second row: John
McFadden, Gary Carney, Pat1Visentainer, Ann Burky, Nancy Gardner, Jeanne
Portz, Marlene Baker, WalterrMurphy. Third row: Fred Sieber, Larry Hannahs,
Don Wilkin, Gary Marstrell, Galen Craigo, Charles Holdsworth.
First row: Mrs. Stoffer, Joann Cutshall, Carol Rogers, Linda Smith, Wanda
Rogers, Sandra Patton, Frances Buss, Cynthia Roeder, Carol Murphy, Rita
Lanning, Barbara Atkinson, Mrs. Phillips. Second row: Betty Sweitzer, Barbara
Patterson, Dorothy Postlewait, Ruth Stocker, Betty Johnson, Eleanor Ahle,
Connie Hogue, Judy Stalter, Ruth Dixon, Mary Woods, Jane Hague, Nancy
Myers, Mercedis Winters, Barbara Froelich. Third row: Doris Gephart, Bonnie
Couts, Mariorie Tish, Janet Portz, Barbara Palmer, Mary E. Norman, Sonia
Martin, Pat Visentainer, Mariorie Treadwell, Joyce Hammersly, Betty Davidson,
Evelyn Lyons, Mariorie Kedigh, Nancy Brown.
First row: Miss Carson, Ruth Schlupp, Georgina Brown, Sandy Peoples,
Sandra Hickenbottom, Nancy Rogers, Carol Postlewait, Sharon Porcher, Darlene
Thomas, Eloise Shreve, Judy Loader, Mrs. George. Second row: Beverly Calhoun,
Janet Stonebrook, Kay Martin, Bonnie Adams, Betty Stout, Linda Ashley,
Marilyn Bordenkircher, Dolly Buss, Patty Keith, Patsy Ahle, Barbara Poorman,
Carol Carruthers. Third row: Carolyn Egler, Corolyn Brown, Marilyn Brindley,
Patsy Couts, Carla Crater, Judy Opphile, Jeanne Portz, Barbara Ross, Judy
Stewart, Martha Yarnell, Janet Boone.
First row: Jack Stoffer, Don Watlon, Don Mulvane, Terry Norman, Don Bassett,
Jack Dennis, Dick Patton, Walter ,urphy, Gene Parks, David Mayhew. Second row:
Mr. Wolff, Jim Penrod, Larry Peoples, Junior Mayhew, Bob Marshall, Carl Hinds, Gary
Carney, Ronnie Furbay, Hugh Gwylnn. Third row: Walter Craigo, Laverne Marlatt,
Walter Brenneman, Jim McDonnell, lJohn Huffman, Tommy Elliott, Dean Baker, Junior
Baker, Dave Milburn. I
First row: Gary King, Galen Craibo, Kenny Phillips, Ronnie Walkenspaw, Dick
Fairchild, Bill Casey, Vaughn Fairchild, Duke Heller, Carl Smith. Second row: Marde
Castle, Patsy Miller, Linda Lyons, bhirley Shaffer, Mary Cutshall, Delores Davis,
Arlene Moore, Shirley Casteel, Connie Rehard, Martha Beiter, Jack Stoffer, Blaine
Tish, Steve Weisbrod, Third row: LMr. Sharrock, Don Frye, Duane Doss, Danny
Froelich, Gene Callentine, David Lauer, Neal Davis, Jack Buckey, Larry Dansby,
Ronnie Berkshire, Marshall Julien,l Gary Martin, Larry Chaney, Gary Carney,
Roy Meeks, Junior Foraker, John McConnell, Roger Bradshaw, Harry Lyons, Tommy
Coker, Jim Baker, Bob Kelly, Pawnde King, Jack Saylor, Harold Stocker.
First row: Linda Smith, Wanda Rogers, Connie Hague, Nancy Gardner, Mary E.
Norman. Second row: Barbara Atkinson, Mariorie Tlsh, Doris Gephart, Pat Visentainer,
First row: Kenny Phillips, Dave Lauer, Carl Hinds, Richard Torgler, Pawnee King,
Harold Stocker, Ronnie Pickreil. Second row: Mr, Riffle, Enos Loader, Don Frye, Jay
Stevens, Carl Lawver, Claire Taylor.
First row: Bonnie Norman, Kalhryn Renner, Ann Burky, Virginia Heston, Opal
Plants, Vera Brady, Florence Baslett, Wilma Garretson, Marilyn Folkert. Second row:
Carol Berg, Mary Martin, Juanita Myers, Thelma Sharrock, Catherine Davis, Mary
Lou Newell, Evelyn Etter. Third row: Mrs. Swigert, Norma Norman, Kathryn Vogt,
Beverly Bowers, Marlene Baker, ltllary Adams, Juanita King, Betty Moore.
First row: Calvin Hartline, Dick Blirlcy, Glenn VanVoorhis, Bob Cross, George Fenton,
Gary Myers. Second row: Mr. l-linds, Jerry Myers, Larry Groff, Allen Gaskill, Don
Watson, Dick Poorman, ChesterILittle. Third row: Jerry Wiclcler, John McFadden,
Larry Hannahs, Lester Hursey, Gary Beal, Jim Forsaker, Glenn Huff.
CI b First row: Mary Peeper, William Albough, James Tidrick, John Watson. Second
U row: John Rush, Keith Russell, John Shaw, Larry Price, Mr. Heffner.
A' I b Firsf row: Ronnie Kehl, Carl Billings, Larry Creachbaum, Freddie Nay, Mr.
U Crumley. Second row: David Sweitzer, Dan Loader, John Hart, Gordon Ley,
G A First row: Pat Walters, Connie Duff, Diana R ss, Martha Murphy, Judy Dennis, Patty Johns,
0 0 Ag Carol Everhart, Patty Marstrell, Forest Mason, Edna Heller, Jean Rothenstein, Pauline Harris,
Elaine Walker. Second row: Mr. Leonhard, Car l Rush, Cora Arth, Becky Leonhard, Ruth Wolff,
Jane Rothenstein, Sue Miller, Nancy Gardner, Ja e Swank, Shirley Willer, Delores Russell, Marcella
Newby, Darlene Ross.
0 0 First row: Barbara Davis, Juanita King, Forest Mason, Sandy
LU Sumers, Jean Rothenstein, Mrs Titus. Second row: Janet Portz,
Shirley Willer, Jane Swank.
First row: Nancy Gardner, Shirley Willer, Barbara Palmer,
Mary E. Norman, Rita Lanning, Linda Smith, Mrs. Portz, Barbara
Froelich, Pat Visentainer, Janet Portz, Joann Cutshall. Second
row: Carl Billings, Don Frye, Ronnie Berkshire, Walter Brenne-
man, Carl Hinds, Keith Russell, Duke Heller, John McFadden,
Doris Gephart, Barbara Atkinson, Mercedis Winters, Dorothy
Postlewait, Connie Hogue, Wanda Rogers.
First row: Melva Marquand, Margaret Drayer, LaVonne
Mrs. Titus. Second row: Gretchen Ellis, Jean Gray, Juanita
Betty Moore, Sandra Sumers, John Davis, Calvin Johnson, Lester Green.
Norma Rufer, Mrs. Doss,
Barbara Davis, Joy Triplet,
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Hobby Club lndusirial Arts Club Crazy Mixed-up Band
Mrs. Clelia Mercer
Mr. John Crumley
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First row: Barbara Atkinson, Eloise
Shreve, Jolene Shaw, Shirley Willer,
Pat Visentainer. Second row: Jerry
Widder, Roger Bradshaw, Waiver
Brenneman, Junior Baker.
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Arlene Moore, Delores Russell, Con-
nie Hague. Second row: Marilyn
Brindley, Mary E. Norman, Barbara
Palmer, Doris Gephart, Mariorie
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Heston, Kay Martin, Mary Woods,
Carol Carruthers. Second row: Con-
nie Dulf, Faye Mullett, Marlene
Baker, Nqrma Norman. '
First row: Carol Postlewait, Nancy
Myers, Patty'Keith, Dorothy Postle-
wait. Second row: Jane Hogue,
Barbara Froelich, Jane Swank,
Sharon Porcher, Linda Smith.
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First row: Carol Murphy, Sonia Martin,
Dorothy Postlewait, Jane Swank, Cynthia
Roeder. Second row: Janet Boone, Sandy
Miller, Mary Ann Mullen, Marilyn Meek,
Carla Crater, Marilyn Bonnell, Linda
Crouch, Carol Rush, Becky Leonhard,
Martha Murphy, Shirley Castell, Judy Oak-
lief. Third row: Frances Buss, Barbara
Froelich, Carol Postlewait, Edna Heller,
Eddie Welsh, Cora Arth, Nancy McCulley,
John Zeiner, Barbara Ross, Patsy Couts.
Fourth row: Sandra Hickenbottom, Judy
Opphile, Jeanne Portz, Melvin Duhamel,
John Watson, Jim Van Sickle, Jay Willis
Murphy, Larry Groff, Gary Johnson,
Sandra Patton. Fifth row: Kenny Brenne-
man, Douglas MacQueen, Helen Jane Nor-
man, Kay Russell, Nancy Gardner, Mary
E. Norman, Larry Price, Dolly Buss, Pat
Walters. Sixth row: Janet Hothem, Jim
Wolff, Walter Murphy, Bob Cross, Ralph
Smith, Glen VanVoorhis, Steve Weisbrod,
Our Homecoming Queen
Crowning of Queen
Queen, Attendants, an Escorts First
row: Dorothy Postlewait, Barbara
Palmer, Barbara Atkinson, Linda
Smith, Queen, Barbara Patterson,
Wanda Rogers. Second row: John
McFadden,,Bob Riley, Tom Elliott,
Jack Dennis, Carl Smith, Keith
Queen and Attendants
Presentation of flowers by Co-
Captains, Ronnie Walkenspaw and
Kay Martin Barbara Atkinson
Connie Duff Mary Woods Barbara Patterson
Slow in finding his prowess,
Gene came through this season
with line bucking greatness. He
loved to bowl them overll
Playing both offense and de-
fense, Neal did a tremendous
lab accelerating our defense.
He proved to be a leader.
Always ready when needed and ccllled
on to do a iob. Small but willing.
Hit That Line!
Determination is 902: of footllaall.
Larry proved this time and again 'this
season. His continuous effort paid loff.
Nice going Larry. I
Lary lived up to all expectations
this year as a Co-Captain and
a stellar tackle: thus, hope
"Shag" goes on to college ball.
A senior who has proven his
capabilities as an outstanding
team player. Working hard at
all times to improve his special-
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he caught many passes and
turned them into touchdowns,
Butch will make some college a
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and will be back another year.
Dick has done an
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one of the most improved play-
ers of thc squad.
Talk Soft, But Hit Hard
MARSHALL JULIEN RONNIE LEHMAN BOB MARSHALL
Lot of natural ability. With a Everlasting effort. Can't put him out. With two years behind him, and
little drive, he should become Will see a lot of action again next year, one more ahead of him, Bob
one of Ncwcomersiown's great
backs. Hustle means a lot Marshl
should make a few opponents
take notice of his capabilities.
Let's go Bob! I
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lot of hard work and determina-
tion, Dutch could become a
stellar center on the 1955 squad.
Slow in finding himself but it
is evident he will come into his
own his senior year He has a
strong pair of crazy legs
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Fast and shifty. Iniuries hamperedi him
his sophomore year. Should really hit
his peak next year. i
Get That First Down
Desires contact never backing up from
anything or anyone Will see a ot
action on next years team
A need for more determined ef-
fort. Could become a fine de-
fensive man in the future.
Bob's hard work and determina-
tion earned him the honor of
both offensive and defensive
duties Plan on great things from
Bob again next year
Reporting to the squad later,
"Role" became a prime factor
in our offense as a center. With
another year to go, he should
be among the best.
A sophomore who has shown
promise both in practice and
game situations. "Furb" will be
cl capable general in master
minding play situations.
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A sophomore with a bright future in Slow starter, but came on as the
football with some experience behind season progressed, Tough as
him. nails and a desire for contact.
Smack 'em Hard Gang!!
With the will to accomplishll Jerry can
elude many a potential tackle, and
could equal with Little's greatness.
A lot of spirit and hustle. With
two years ahead and continued
effort, he should become a great
lineman at Newcomerstown.
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His second year ot' varsity ball
and only a sophomore. Terry can should see Frank in a starting be th
rank among the top at his guard He has the desire that a coach cant
Has little to say but with more
knowledge oi the game could
land himself a position on next
Let's Hear Those Shoulder Pads Crack Harder'
ROLAND SCOTT JACK STOFFER 1
Got over being Shag's tackling The might mite. Really gives the sport
partner and started out on his everything he has. Only a sophomone,
own. Will be an asset at our so look out!
future bull clubs. I
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than his older brother, Jack has
shown potcntialities with two
more years, .lack should reach
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Football 'ff M W g t 4'
First row: Roy Mayhew, Harald Best, Bob Mathews, Don
Bassett, Larry M.:Elhaney. Sanford Steed, Roger Callentine,
Walter Craigo, Bob Craigo, Terry Silverthorne, Mickey May-
hew. Serond row: Coach Bob Leonard, George Whydc, Danny
Mardis, Gary Mathews, Jerry Kiser, Bob Robinson, Art Stccd,
.lim Tuflord, John Williams, Jr., Jim Callentine.
Seniors Of '54 Squad
L. to R.: Floyd Hixon, Head Basketball and Assistant Football Coach. Fred Dillomenico, Head Football and
Track Coach. Bob Leonhard, Baseball, Junior High Football, and Assistant Basketball Coach. Bob Heffner,
Junior High Basketball Coach, Alex Robertson, Athletic Director.
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Cross, Galen Craigo. Second row: Ronnie Lehman, Jack Stoffer, Terry
Norman, Don Wilson, Dave Mayhew, Don Mulvane, Bob Tennant. Third
row: Walter Craigo, Roy Meeks, Gary Carney, .lim Penrod, Fred Sieber,
Harold Lawver Roland Scott, Bob Leonhard.
NANCY ROGERS SANDRA PEOPLES
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First row: Dave Milburn, Waller Brenneman, Russell Baker, Bob Malshall, Duke Heller, Gary Courtwright,
Frank Oldf, Jerry Widder, Rudy Russell. Second row: Jim Baker, Hug Gwynn, Dean Baker, Don Callentine,
Larry Chaney, Ronnie Walkenspaw, Roland Scott, Phillip Arlh, Jelrry Dansby, Coach Fred DiDomenico.
First row: Dave Lauer, Jerry Widder, Kenny Phillips, Bob Tennani,: Ronnie Lehman, Jack Stoffer, Gene
Parks, Blaine Tish, John Shaw. Second row: Jack Dennis, Jim Baker, Harry Lyons, Larry Hannahs, Roy
Meek, Lester Hursey, Coach Bob Leonhard.
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In the Spring a young man's fancy .......
Spring Queen and King.
Spring Queen, King, and Attendants.
Kay Martin, Terry Norman, Barbara Palmer, Ronnie Walkenspaw, Wanda -Rogers, Duke
Heller, Nancy Brown, Dave Milburn, Nancy Rogers, David Mayhew.
Night of J
"Act well your part, there iIn the honor lies"
W5 are proud to say that SUBMERGED
place first ih the District Contest, and did
extrenlely well in the State Contest.
Scene from 4
"Did you Say Mink?"
Scene from "High Window"
Junior High Operetfa.
Snapshots Of Interest
This Is Your Life. Help! Help'
"Quiet, capable, and attractive."
I, Carol Arcore, leave my seat in Home
Economics to Gretchen Ellis.
Y-Teens l,2, Future Homemakers of America
"Marks and men have been my aim."
I, Barbara Atkinson, leave my birthday
present from the Senior boys to any Jun-
ior girl luclc-unlucky enough to have a
birthday during school.
Sec. 2, Soc. Ch. 4, Newcosean 4, Y-Teens
l,2,3,4, Sec. 2, Pres. 4, Future Teachers
of America 4, National Honor Society 2,
3,4, Wooster Scholarship Team l,2,3,4, Sen-
ior Scholarship Team 4, Prince of Peace
2,3,4, Thespians 3,4, Spanish Club 3, Buck-
eye Girl's State 3, Office Girl 3, Homecom-
ing Attendant 4, Choir l,2,3,4, Marching
Band l,2,3, Concert Band l,2,3,4, Pep
Band l,2,3, G.A.A. 2, Cheerleader 4,
World Affairs Institute 4, WHIRLWIND,
FATHER OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT OF JAN-
UARY I6-make-up, DID YOU SAY MINK.
"They call me Snake lwhen I'm awakelf'
"Sure-you know that"
I, Ronnie Berkshire, leave with this thought,
"Say it with Flowers."
Newcosean Staff 4, Prince of Peace 3,
Thespians 3,4, Soc. Ch. 4, Hobby Club l,2,
3,4, Proiection Crew 3, Student Announcer
3,4, Choir 3,4, Stage Crew 3,4, FATHER
OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT OF JANUARY lo.
SORRY, WRONG NUMBER, TAMING OF
SUE, J. CAESAR.
"They call me "Cowboy"
l, Carl Billings, intrust my seat by the
window in Physics to anyone crazy enough
to take it.
Future Farmers of America 3, Thespians
4, Stage Crew 4, FATHER OF THE BRIDE,
NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SUBMERGED, J.
"To be an actor is his goal, SUBMERGED
proved he can do it"
I, Walter Brenneman, leave my place in
choir to Ken Brenneman. I
Hi-Y 2,3,4, Senior Scholarship Team 4,
Prince of Peace 4, Science Club , Thes-
pians 3,4, Stage Crew 3,4, Choir 3, , Track
Team 2,4, FATHER OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT
OF JANUARY la, SUBMERGED, J. AESAR.
"l may be little, but watch me, wbrldn
l, Jack Buckey, leave at last. y
Newcosean salesman 4, Hi-Y l,3,lHobby
Club 4, Stage Crew. l
GENE CALLENTINE I
"The neatest boy in the Senior Glass"
I, Gene Callentine, leave Dan my layng, lost
trips to Fresno. 1
Health Club l, Hobby Club 4, Varsity Foot-
ball 2,3,4, Track Team 3, Baseball 4, Var-
sity N 3,4, E.C.O.L. All Star Football 4.
TOM COKER l
"Of friends he has many"l
I, Tom Coker, will Rudy Russell to i'Jo-Jo."
Hobby Club 2,3,4, Varsity Footballl4, Var-
sity N 4. I
GRACE YvoNNE cours I
"A cheery delight in every w y"
I, Bonnie Couts, leave-willingly, gladly,
and FINALLY. I
Y-teens i,2,s,4, Health Club 3, chlsaf i,2,
3,4, NIGHT OF JANUARY lo.
JOANN CUTSHALL I
"A general favorite and a good Ifriend"
I, Joann Cutshall, will my laughlto my
Newsosean Staff, Y-Teens i,3,4, Wooster
Scholarship Team 2, Senior Scholarship
Team 4, Prince of Peace 3, Thespians 3,4,
Hobby Club-2, Tumbling Team 2, FATHER
OF THE BRIDE. t
LARRY DANSBY i
"He gains friends by being a e"
I, Larry Dansby, wish for two mor years
to play footbbll with Dave MilbuLrn lthe
Health Club l, Hobby Club 4, Sta e Crew
3, Varsity Football l,2,3,4, Co-Ca tain 4,
Basketball l,2, Varsity Basketball 3,Ii, Base-
ball 3, Varsity N l,2,3,4, E.C.O.L. IAII Star
Football 4. 1
NEAL oAvis I
"An athlete who is a sportsman als well"
I, Neal Davis, leave Roll Walters wonder-
ing why he can't stay away from "Wilma,"
Health Club l, Hobby Club 4, Varsity Foot-
ball 2,3,4, Varsity N 2,3,4, E.C.O.L. All
Star Football 4.
JON D. DENNIS
"A girl, a girl, my kingdom for a girI"
I, Jack Dennis, leave with this thought,
"Go west, young man, go west."
President l, V. Pres. 3, Newcosean sales-
man 4, Hi-Y 4, President 4, Student Council
2, President 2, Thespians 3,4, Protection
Crew i,2,3, Stage Crew 4, American Legion
Essay Winner I, Homecoming Queen's es-
cort 4, Choir 4, Varsity Football 2, Basket-
ball l,2, Varsity Basketball 3, Baseball l,
2,3,4, Varsity N l,2,3,4, FATHER OF THE
BRIDE, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6-Business
Manager, SUBMERGED, J. CAESAR, Intra-
mural basketball, softball, volleyball l,2.
RUTH ANN DIXON
"She is a gallant creature, complete in
mind and feature"
I, Ruth Dixon, will my ability to spend
most of my time in the Home Ec. room to
Y-Teens 2,4, Future Teachers of America
4, Pottery Club I, Hobby Club 3, G.A.A. 2.
"So easy to get along with"
I, Tom Elliott, leave my loafing in Mr.
Hinds' class to anyone who can get away
Secretary 3, Soc. Ch. 4, Newcosean 4,
Hi-Y I,2,3,4, Sec. 4, Senior Scholarship
Team 4, Proiection Crew l,2,3,4, Stage
Crew l,2,3,4, Homecoming Escort 4, Foot-
ball Manager 2,3, Basketball 3, Intramural
"Her cheery smile greets you all the while"
I, Barbara Froelich, will my place in the
office to anyone who likes to run up and
down steps. ,
Newcosean staff 4, Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Thes-
pians 4, Librarian l,2, Office Girl 4, Choir
4, Marching Band l,2,3,4, Concert Band
l,2,3,4, Pep Band l,2,3,4, G.A.A. l, Tumb-
ling Team 2, FATHER OF THE BRIDE,
NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, HIGH WINDOW.
-f -'WYE .Y-,navy .-
"He's always on the go, never takes it slow,
North, east, south, west, he never takes
l, Don Frye, leave Lindo Ashley to John
Huffman because she's the life of the party.
Newcosean salesman 4, Hi-Y I,2,3, In-
dustrial Arts Club 4, Thespians 3,4, Hobby
Club 4, Stage Crew 3,4, Varsity Football
2, Varsity N 2, FATHER OF THE BRIDE,
NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SORRY, WRONG
NUMBER, SUBMERGED, J. CAESAR.
"Her aim is high and always true"
I, Nancy Gardner, leave Mr. Hninds this
comforting thought: You think when I
leave, you will be rid of silly Physics
questions. But wait until next year, then
you get - Duanel
Newcosean Staff, Y-Teens 2,3, Future
Teachers of America 4, National Honor
Society 3,4, Wooster Scholarship Team 2,
3,4, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Prince of
Peace l,2,3,4, Thespians 4, Librarian 2,3,
Hobby Club I, Choir I, Marching Band
l,2,3,4, Concert Band I,2,3,4, Pep Band
2, G.A.A. 4, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, DID
YOU SAY MINK.
"AbIe, active, brains, and poise. She does
a lot without much noise"
I, Doris Gephart, leave to find a young
Newcosean Staff 4, Y-Teen l,2,3,4, Soc.
Ch. 4, Future Teachers of America 4,
National Honor Society 2,3,4, Senior
Scholarship Team 4, Prince of Peace I,
Thespians 3,4, Choir 4, Tumbling Team
2, FATHER OF THE BRIDE, Properties,
NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SHE WAS ONLY
A FARMER'S DAUGHTER, DID YOU SAY
MINK, TAMING OF SUE.
"Step 'n Fetch it has nothing on him"
"Ambition is no cure for love, so why
I, Duke Heller, will the high hurdles to
Newcosean Staff, Hi-Y I,2,3, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4, Thespians 3,4, Hobby Club
4, Protection Crew l,2,3,4, Stage Crew I,
2,3,4, Buckeye Boys' State 3, American
Legion Essay Winner 3,4, Varsity Football
I,2,3,4, Basketball I,2, Varsity Basketball
3,4, Track Team l,2,3,4, Baseball 2,3, Var-
sity N l,2,3,4, FATHER OF THE BRIDE,
NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, Business Manager,
SUBMERGED, J. CAESAR, Intramural Bas-
ketball, Volleyball, I,2.
"The friendly farmer with an Angus cow"
I, Carl Hinds, will my ability to have Mr.
Hinds 5 periods out of 8 to Walt Murphy.
Newcosean salesman 4, Hi-Y I,2,3,4, In-
dustrial Arts Club 4, Senior Scholarship
Team 4, Thespians 4, Proiection Crew I,2,
3, Stage Crew 3, Marching Band I, Con-
cert Band I, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, J.
"A smile here, a word there, she spread
I, Connie Hague, leave in pursuit of hap-
Newcosean staff 4, Y-Teens l,2,3, Treas.
3, Pro. Ch. 4, Future Teachers of America
4, Student Council 2, Prince of Peace I,
Speech League 3, Thespians 3,4, Photog-
raphy Club 2, Choir 2,4, Marching Band
3, Tumbling Team 2, FATHER OF THE
BRIDE, Make-up, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6,
TAMING OF SUE, WHIRLWIND.
"When fun and duty clash, let duty go to
"lf silence is golden, he will be rich"
"A sweet kid, and a wonderful editor for
the '55 Newcosean"
I, Rita Lanning, leave to enter the nursing
profession and also hope that all the
future editors of the Annual have such a
wonderful staff as mine."
Newcosean Staff 4, Y-Teen I,2,3,4, Senior
Scholarship Team 4, Prince of Peace I,
Thespians 3,4, American Legion Essay
Winner I, Choir 4, Marching Band I,
Concert Band I, Pep Band I, G.A.A. 2,
Tumbling Team 2, FATHER OF THE BRIDE,
SHE WAS ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER,
DID YOU SAY MINK.
"A grin or a smile, you can see it a mile"
I, Dave Lauer, leave NHS with Claude
Hinds wondering what happened to most
of the KCLO3.
Industrial Arts Club 4, Hobby Club I,2,3,
4, Stage Crew 4, Baseball 4.
"Talk to her of Jacob's ladder and she
would ask how many steps there were"
Student Council 3, Hobby Club I, Choir
I,2,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Tumbling Team 2.
"Friendly and agreeable"
I, Enos Loader, will my ability to get out
of school early each day to anyone lucky
enough to have a iob.
Vice President 4, Industrial Arts Club 3,4,
Pres. 4, Health Club I, Student Council
3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Nature Club
2, Hobby Club 3, Stage Crew I,2,3,4.
"Why be serious, it isn't any fun"
I, Harry Lyons, leave still trying to get out
Newcosean salesman 4, Science Club I,
Hobby Club 2,3,4, Stage Crew 4, Varsity
Football Manager 3, Basketball I,2, Var-
sity Basketball 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Varsity
"His interests are hunting, fishing, and art"
"Two great men were born on February
22, George Washington and me"
I, John McFadden, leave my front seat in
American Problems to some unlucky Jun-
ior who will have to listen to "Robby's"
President 3, Newcosean staff 4, National
Honor Society 2,3,4, Wooster Scholarship
Team I,2,3,4, Senior Scholarship Team 4,
Thespians 3,4, Presz 4, Photography Club
2, Proiection Crew I,2,3,4, Stage Crew 4,
Buckeye Boys' State 3, American Legion
Essay Winner I,2,3,4, FATHER OF THE
BRIDE, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SUBMERG-
ED, J. CAESAR.
"Better men than I have lived, but I doubt
I, Jack Miller, leave my basketball ability
to Gary Martin.
Health Club I, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Var-
sity N 3,4.
"I've trod the road of knowledge and now
my feet are sore"
I, Birdie Moore, leave my ability to get to
school on time to Don, Roger, and Jim
Health Club 3, Spanish Club 3, Hobby
Club I,2, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Soc. Ch. 3, Presi-
dent 4, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6.
"A red-headed girl with a cheery smile"
I, Shirley Neal, will my perfect record of
attendance to Don Mullet ADIOS.
Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Choir I,2,3,4, NIGHT OF
"I never hurry neither do I worry"
I, La Von Norman, will my seat in Journal-
ism class to Betty Johnson. Poor kid.
Student Council 3, Wooster Scholarship
Team 2, Bookmending Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4.
MARY ELIZABETH NORMAN
"Her iovial disposition accounts for her
I, Mary E. Norman, will my perfect at-
tendence to Connie Duff. Ha. Ha.
Secretary I, Treasurer 4, Newcosean staff
4, Future Teachers of America 4, Senior
Scholarshlip Team 4, Thespians 3,4, Sec.
4, Choir I,2,4, Marching Band 2,3,4, Con-
cert Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 3,4, G.A.A. 2,
FATHER OF THE BRIDE, Make up, NIGHT
OF JANUARY I6, SORRY, WRONG NUM-
BER, DID YOU SAY MINK.
NORMA LAWRENCE NORMAN
"She is o quiet girl - at timesI"
I, Norma Norman, leave my ability to be
married and still finish school to any Jun-
Y-Teen 2, Future Homemakers of America
4, Pottery Club I, Choir 4.
"lt's a difficult road to travel, but it's
I, Don Opphile, will my ability to beat the
tardybell to Paul Harbold.
Future Farmers of America 3, Hobby Club
"She walks with a stately aIr"
I, Barbara Palmer, leave my dignified title
to John Huffman, Take heed, Johnl
Treasurer I, Soc, Ch. 2, Newcosean -Staff
4, Prince of Peace 3, Thespians 3,4, Sec.
4, Photography Club 2, American Legion
Essay Winner I,4, Homecoming Attendant
4, Choir I,2,4, Vice Pres. 4, Marching
Bond 3, FATHER OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT OF
JANUARY I6, HIGH WINDOW.
"Her pep and vitality can't be surpassed"
I, Barbara Patterson, would leave, if I had
one, A CAR-to Marshall Julien.
Soc. Ch. I, Treasurer 2, Secretary 4, Y-
Teen I,2,3,4, Treas. 4, Student Council 2,
National Honor Society 2,3,4, Soc. Ch. 3,
Senior Scholarship Team 4, Cheerleader
I,2,3,4, Tumbling Team 2, Homecoming
Attendant 4. I
CARL PAULUN l
"Time bothers me not, it just passes"
I, Carl Paulun, will my ability to leave the
gals alone to Paul Harbold-he lovds 'em.
Future Farmers of America 3, Hobby Club
KENNY PHILLIPS :
"Dark and mysterious. Look out, girls, here
comes another wonder" I
I, Kenny Phillips, leave Claude Hin s' 6th
period study hall quiet, for once.
Industrial Arts Club 3,4, Treasurer 4, I-lobby
Club I,2,3,4, Stage Crew 3, 'Basebdll 2,3,
4, versity N 2,3,4, l
"You, a maker of mischief?"l
Industrial Arts Club 4, Photography Club
2, Hobby Club I, Varsity Football ll
JANET Poizrz I
"A rare compound of iollity, froliclir, and
I, Janet Portz, leave still afraid of mice-
Newcosean Staff 4, Y-Teens I,2,3,4,: Prog.
Ch. 2, Wooster Scholarship Team 2,3, Sen-
ior Scholarship Team 4, Prince of Pc-Jace I,
2, Speech League I,2,3, Thespianls 3,4,
Prog. Ch. 4, Librarian 4, American Legion
Essay Winner 2,4, Choir l,2, M rching
'Band I,2,3, Concert Band I,2,3, Pe Band
I,2,3, G.A.A. 2, FATHER OF THE ,BRIDE,
NIGHT OF JANUARY 16, SORRY, WRONG
NUMBER, DID YOU SAY MINK, TAMING
or sue. I
DOROTHY POSTLEWAIT I
"She spreads happiness everywhele she
I, Dorothy Postlewait, will my plhce as
head majorette to anyone lucky enough
to get it.
Treasurer 3, Y-Teens I,2,3,4, National Hon-
or Society 3,4, Thespians 4, Homelcoming
Attendant 4, Choir 2,4, Marching1 Band
I,2,3,4, Concert Band I,2,3,4, Pep Band
2,3,4, Maiorette I,2,3,4, Tumbling Team 2,
FATHER OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT OE JAN-
UARY I6, DID YOU SAY MINK. l
BOB RILEY I
"Strong of body, sound of mind, al better
man is hard to find" I
I, Bob Riley, leave Mrs. Phillips still vilonder-
ing how I ever got out of Journalism.
Newcosean Salesman 4, Hi-Y 2,3,4, Health
Club 3, Thespians 3,4, Hobby Club I,
Stage Crew 2,3,4, Homecoming Escort 4,
Varsity Football 2,3, Basketball 2, Varsity
Basketball 3, Track Team 2,3, Baseball 3,
Varsity N 2,3, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6,
SHE WAS ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER,
SUBMERGED, HIGH WINDOW, J. CAESAR.
"An all around girl with personality plus"
I, Wanda Rogers, leave my ability to talk
in Band and still keep first chair to Carla
Newcosean Staff 4, Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Future
Teachers of America 4, Student Council I,3,
National Honor Society 2,3,4, Wooster Schol-
arship Team I,2,3,4, Senior Scholarship Team
4, Prince of Peace I,2,4, Speech League
2,3, Thespians 3,4, Office Girl 4, Homecom-
ing Attendant 4, Choir l,2, Marching Band
I,2,3, Concert Band I,2,3,4, Pep Band
I,2,3, G.A.A. 2, Cheerleader 4, FATHER
OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6,
Make-up, SORRY, WRONG NUMBER, DID
YOU SAY MINK, TAMING OF SUE, World
"Always busy, never weary, always happy,
I, Darlene Ross, leave my athletic ability
to Cora Arth.
Y-Teens I,2,3, G.A.A. 2,4.
"A smile is a trademark of a happy girl"
I, Norma Rufer, will my height to anyone
who would like to be tall.
Y-Teens I, Student Council 4, Bookmending
"Must men study?"
I, John Rush, will my ability to get out of
Robertson's study hall to anyone who can
get away with it.
Nature Club 2,3,4, Stage Crew 3,4, NIGHT
OF JANUARY I6.
"A man passes for what he's worth"
I, Keith Russell, will my sixth period study
hall seat in the library to any lucky future
President 4, Wooster Scholarship Team 2,
Senior Scholarship Team 4, Nature Club
3,4, Thespians 3,4, Buckeye Boys' State
3, Homecoming Escort 4, FATHER OF THE
BRIDE, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SORRY,
WRONG NUMBER, J. CAESAR.
"lf it weren't for studies, I'd get along
fine in school"
I, Carl "Smitty" Smith, leave all my love-
making talents to Ronnie Furbay. lBelieve
me, he needs them, girls.i
Newcosean Salesman 4, Nature Club l,2,
Hobby Club 3,4, Stage Crew 4, Student
Announcer 4, Homecoming Escort 4, Var-
sity Football Manager 4, Varsity N l.
"There are lots of handsome men around,
but only one for me"
I, Linda Smith, exchange my crown for
Vice Pres. I, Soc. Ch. 3, Newcosean Staff
4, Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Prog. Ch.
I, Song Leader 2, Future Teachers of
America 4, National Honor Society 2,3,4,
Treasurer 3, Wooster Scholarship Team 3,
Senior Scholarship Team 4, Thespians 3,4,
Soc. Ch. 4, Librarian 3, Office Girl 4, Stu-
dent Announcer 3,4, Homecoming At-
tendant l,2, Homecoming Queen 4, Choir
l,2,4, President 4, Tumbling Team 2,
FATHER OF THE BRIDE - Business Mana-
ger, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SHE WAS
ONLY A FARMER'S DAUGHTER, TAMING
"He's a longfellow, but not a poet"
I, Jay Stevens, will my seat in Agriculture
class to anyone who wants it
Future Farmers of America 3, Industrial
Arts Club 4, Nature Club 2.
"An intellect of highest worth"
Future Teachers of America 4, Industrial
Arts Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Wooster
Scholarship Team I, Hobby Club 2.3, Stage
Crew 3,4, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6.
"A high-stepping maiorette with a cute
I, Jane Swank, leave my ability to get along
with older boys to Nancy Dayton-Hal
Newcosean Salesman 4, Prince of Peace
4, Thespians 4, Spanish Club 2,3, Pres
3, Librarian 2,3,4, Hobby Club l, Choir
I,2,3,4, Treas. 4, Marching Band l,2,3,4,
Treas. 3, Concert Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band
l2, Maiorette 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice Pres.
3, Tumbling Team 2, NIGHT OF JANUARY
I6, DID YOU SAY MINK.
"The best of life she will always get"
I, Betty Sweitzer, leave my excuses to get
out of 8th period study hall to anyone
lucky enough to get away with it.
Y-Teens l,2,4, Librarian 3, Hobby Club 3.
"The world's no better if you worry. Life's
no longer if you hurry"
Future Farmers of America 3, Industrial
Arts Club 4, Nature Club 2.
"Well, I flunked that one"
I, Marjorie Tish, leave with the thought
that parting is such sweet sorrow.
Y-Teens I,2,3,4, President 2, Future Teach-
ers of America 4, Student Councik 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 2,3,4, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4, Chair 2, G.A.A. 2, Tumbling
Team 2, FATHER OF THE BRIDE, NIGHT
OF JANUARY I6, Intramural Basketball 4.
"Silent energy moves the world"
Future Farmers of America 3, Industrial
Arts Club 4, Nature Club 2.
"Wedding Bells are breaking up that old
gang of mine"
I, Pat Visentainer, will my 4 periods a day
in the Home Ec. room to anyone lucky
enough to get them.
Newcosean Staff 4, Y-Teen l,4, Future
Teachers of America 4, National Honor
Society 3,4, Wooster Scholarship Team 2,
3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Prince of
Peace l,2, Thespians 3,4, Librarian l,2,
Hobby Club 2,3, SOC. Ch. 3, American
Legion Essay Winner 2, Choir l,2,4, March-
ing Band 3,4, FATHER OF THE BRIDE-
Business Manager, NIGHT OF JANUARY
I6, MRS. HARPER'S BAZAAR, DID YOU
"Without sports, life would be a mistake"
I, Butch Walkenspaw, leave my ability to
get along with Coach Hixon to Dave Mil-
President 2, Soc. Ch. l,3, Hi-Y l,2,3, Na-
tional Honor Society 3,4, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4, Hobby Club 4, Proiection
Crew l,2, Stage Crew 3, Varsity Football
l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2, Varsity Basketball
3,4, Track Team 3,4, Baseball 3, Varsity
"A genial friend who has a wonderful
I, Jerry Widder, will my place as miler on
the track team to Frank Oldt. Good Luckl
Hi-Y l,2,3, Song Leader 3, Senior Scholar-
ship Team 4, Proiection Crew l,2,3,4,
President 4, Buckeye Boys' State Alternate
3, American Legion Essay Winner 2, Intra-
mural Basketball I,2,3,4, Track Team l,2,
3,4, Baseball 3,4, Varsity N 2,3,4, Tumbling
"Good times she has a will, and her
tongue is seldom still"
I, Shirley Willer, leave my ability to get
out of class to Bill Addy. It's fun, Bill.
Newcosean Staff 4, Prince of Peace l,
Thespians 4, Librarian l,2,3,4, Hobby Club
l,2, Student Announcer 4, Choir l,2,4,
Marching Band 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Tumbling
Team 2, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, HIGH
'IFriendly and dependable"
I, Rosella Wilson, leave ............. Il
Transferred from Cambride High School 4,
Y-Teens 4, Future Homemakers of America
l,3, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6.
"A girl who is always happy and jolly"
I, Mercedis Winters, leave my ability to
come in late and not get a tardy excuse
to Beverly Calhoun.
Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Prince of Peace l,2, Thes-
pians 4, NIGHT OF JANUARY I6, SORRY,
WRONG NUMBER, DID YOU SAY MINK.
. . I
Most Likely to Succeed
Best School Spirit
I fjiugw Y
Rita Lan ning
A .qi .
Doris Gephort Yi 52.4
Not Pictured ff -. "
Mary E Norman .Ioan Cutshall Connie Hogue Senior Editor
Underclassmen Editor Dramatics Editor
Nancy Gardner Dorothy Postlewalt
Assistant Club Editor Subscription Manager '
Tom Elliott John McFadden
Photography Editor Assistant to all Editors
Assistant Sports Editor
W d R Shirley Willer
an a agen Advertising Manager
First ravi: Ronnie
Berkshire, Carl Hinds, Larry Hannohs, John
row: Jack Buckey, Shirley Willer, Jane Swank,
Pat Visintoiner, Barbara Patterson, Barbara
Froelich. Third row: Jock Dennis, Curl Smith, Harry Lyons, Bob
Riley, Butch Wcilkenspow, Duke Heller, Keith Russell.
Preparing for the greatest of events!!!
This then is the corl1plefion of high school an
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Senior Home Nursing Class.
Insurance and Bonds
I32 W. Conol Si.
Phone 8-6400 Res. 8-6344
Pick-up and Delivery BONNELL
PM W7 FUNERAL HOME
Phone a-1 II
Compliments of 24 Hom
Nature's Best Food
SEALTEST Dairy Products
East Canal Street
1 W. B. Bouscher
BOLlSCHER'S I. G. A. MARKET
, Phone 8-7101
131 Main Street
i Moderately Priced
BAKER AND CASEY ELECTRIC
Your Frigidaire Dealer
520 Main Street
I Compliments of
I 542 East Canal Street
THE CITY LOAN
:To Buy, Sell, or Trade
1 REAL ESTATE
2 Charles R. Leech
AND sAvlNGs coMPANY I B""'e'
FUNERAL HOME I of
P5CZ'eI-T352 Meyor Lorin D. Gadd
' Class of 1927
Class of "55"
DR. R. F. WARREN
Roeeks AGENCY u
Phone 8-6218 - South River Dent-Ist
Where you get better
Complimenfs Of Compliments
Corner of Pilling and
State Streets I II9 North Bridge
T. V. CABLE SYSTEM
RCA PH I LCO
Sales and Service
Sales and Service
BUICK AND G.M.C.
530 HeIIer Drive
C. B. GUY AND SON Class M1955
I. G. A.
IOI River Street
1 Grinding - Mixing
Muster - Mix Feeds
Phone - 8-7777
. Porr Washington, Ohio
Con ratulations Class'of 1955
Corner Canal and Bridge Streets g
on Radio sf T. V.
I Sales and Service
The RITZ Lunch
Evelynis Beauty Shop
101 Cross Street
Dial - 8-8341
T H E
I F. D. I. C.
Federal Reserve System
Congratulations to Class
NUM NUM POTATO CHIPS
Pretzels - Korn Kurls
Corner River and Canal
Chris Yanai - 8-7411
Robert Haver - 8-7866
FORD BARBER SHOP
217 Cross Street
W. M. BRODE
100 Elizabeth St.
R. Lellan Shoemaker
Cars and Service
Two Big Names
PLUMBING A HEATING
Hollis EQEIIIPIIIEIII' C0
-N'T.f.S!.., E L.:
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M. W. Brown 81 Sons B. B. Chadwell and Son
1008 West State - Nevvcomerstown GENERAL STORE
MOIWHI' and Cement GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Steel Window S3511 :FEED AND FERTILIZER
Water-Proofing Paint Bern'ce Oh 0 Phone 8 7077
THE JONES METAL PRODUCTS
T H E
Class of '55
Ralph W. Scott Agency
See Scotty First
Tlzerefs' A GOOD
Eureka Store Co.
Ralph Portz, Nlgr.
102 North River Street
Iris Beauty Shop
ROBERT E. CRAMLET
TO CLASS OF 1955
FRUIT - 0 - MATICS
Apples and Peaches
JOHNNY BETTY SANDY
Read and use The
Published every week-day evening
and Sunday morning
Famous Columnists, Comic Pages
Many Other Fine Features
Four Pages of Comics on Sunday
Mrs. Charles Yingling
IOriginal Cut Rate
I 216 Main Street
Class of ,55
Building and Loan
N E L S O N 9 S
1 John C. Ross
'jx '- .
I Q REALTORS 3
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Best Wishes to all f y Cl f 55
And may your Success be exceeded only by your Happinc
THE OXFORD BANK
MEMBER F. D. 1. C.
Dawson Shoe Store compliment
Newcomerst0wn's Family Poland Barber Sho
157 Main Street Bob Poland and Harry Barthalow
Newcomerstown High School
The Seiherling Rubber Uompany
Congratulations Seniors ....
A booster for N. H. S. and better styles and values
BALTIMORE CLOTHING lCOMPANY
. Congratulations Seniors
. Joe's Market
of A Better Meats
l B M I
DAVIS DRUG me' ea S
Charles Don Clarence
' Joe Mary
Zimmer Lumber Co.
MULE HIDE ROOFING
Good Luck to All of You!
LEADING GIFT sToRE
Congratulations to the Class of IQSS
WHOLESAEE - JOBBERS
CONFECTIONS TOBACCO Q CIGARS
B. K. PFEIFFER
New and Used
Cars and Trucks
BEST TIN SHOP
to the Class of 1955
THE HICKS COMPANY INC.
K. J. McCants Agent
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL
Life, Auto, Fire
Phone 8-8123 or 8-7523
14-2 West Canal Street
GO TO THE
A. J. POLICE SHOE REPAIR
Were you get quality
and expert shoe service
New shoes for sale
A SANITARY MARKET
1 Home of Good Foods
of Frozen Foods, Fresh Vegetables
9 ' Class of 1955
Scott s Flve and Ten Phone 8-8517
BEST WISHES g
CLASS OF 55 from
C A S T L E ' S STUFFER HARD WARE
0 XOUR FRIENDLY DEALER
Furmture Wallpaper .
. 1 Phone 8-7133
BEST WISHES .TO
THE SENICRS QOF
E i 5 5 7 7 l
Dr. Glenn M. Ebersole M.
Vernon Lee Atty.
Dr. John H. Walde Opldmetrist
W. R. Agricola M.D,
R. A. Mowbray Atty.
C. A. Hanson M. D.
Roy D. Hilderbrand M.
R. L. Mccuuey D. O.
MY BEST VVISHES
t h Class of '55
MAKERS OF PORTRAITS
CARL J. LENZO, Photographer
M Si K Store
RUSSELL GRUBBE, MANAGER
Ripley's Better Meats
PAINT and SUPPLY
221 Main Street Phone 8-7496
Congralulalion Class of 1955
BOYD'S DAIRY BAR
"WHERE QUALITY RULES"
Ice Cream Dairy Products
I BEST WISHES
CLASS OF 1955
I Compliments of
J. C. Penney Co., Inc.
1 Congratulations to the
4 Class of ,55
B. P. O. E. .
Plunhbing 8. Heating
I LUMBER and
Lodge 1555 BUILDING SUPPLIES
Newfom 'Own' Ohio New Installations and Repairs
American Standard and Other
Nationally Advertised Fixtures
Hot Water and Hot Air Heating
Lumber and Building Supplies
l Free Estimates
Nevlfcomerstown, Ohio Phone 8-8346
Compliments 1 Compliments
PHONE DENNISON 66
Compliments To The
Class Of BEITEPUS MUSIC SYSTEM
DR. G. W. MURRAY Newcomerstown
BEST WISHES FOR THE
Class of '55
REISER-WEST AUTO SALES
Dodge and Plymouth
Congratulations Class of
COMPLIMEN TS OF
Heller Nueut and t Vixen Files
Swiss Pattern Files
Wood, Cabinet and Horse Rasps
Nail and Ball Pein Hammers
3' '32, f
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'9 'O i
'VCE 155 i
Stoifer FORD Sales
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
"He Profits Most
Who Serves Best"
C. E. RILEY
VV. A. MATHIAS
H. E. Leading
Phone - Main Street - 8-8400
Bliss Auto Parts
Complete Line of
Expert Auto Repairing and Service
Cigars Cigarettes Candy
' GULF PRODUCTS
t South River Street
, Newcomerstown, Ohio
Sporting Goods Wall Paper
Kodak Cameras G L Paints
108 River street Phone 8-6100
HUDSON'S I. C. A. CROCERY
602 East Canal Street
Phone 8-6322 BRICK AND CLAY
Quality and Service 1
I WISHES OF SUCCESS
BEST WISHES EACH
T0 THE CLASS OF '55 ' ONE OF YOU IN
THE YEAR 55
Iron Works I
Eldon H. Waller
COMPLIMEN TS OF
Port Washington, Ohio
K 3: W Market CASTERLINE
4-4-9 East State Street ROgerME' Casterlme
DELIVERY Newcomerstown, Ohio
SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY,
STATE, AND NATION
THOMAS C. MONTGOMERY POST
N Class of '55
General Insurance ' O
can 8-7432 C Sz W Auto Wrecklng
Neweomerstown, Ohio i
Congratulations GLASS MUSIC STORE
lv Nw Q "Know the Joy of
Class fd. .55 Making Music',
LUKEYS DRIVE IN
Open 24 hours a day
: Open Every Monday
L Tuesday 81 Saturday
Motor Tune Up
, Phone 8-8339
l Newcomerstown, Ohio
Hinds Funeral Home f Restaurant
Corner of Canal Sz College Streets
24--Hour Service Phone 8-84-04-
Good Luck to the
Class of '55
DURBEN TIRE CO.
330 Ray Street Phone 8-8182
T0 THE CLASS OF ,55
W. I. Roe Sz Son
6044 River Street Phone 8-63141
Funk PONTIAC Sales
Your Authorized Pontiac Dealer
Gas Oil Accessories
700 East State Street Phone 8-7227
Voice and Choice
CROCERIES, DRY GOODS
HARDWARE, FARM SUPPLIES
Andy's Body Shop
Auto Glass Replacement
Rear 224- East Canal Street
T STAHL LUMBER CO.
4 Complete Ruilding
I Phone 8-8200
, BUSS BURIAL VAULTS
and 1 Perpetual Protection
i .Manufacturers rj'
J 3 Distributors for
Clark Steel Vaults
WILLIAMS FURNITURE CO. A
I PU RI TAN
AT LOW PRICES I
CREDIT AT A COST I
YOU CAN AFFORD I
I LAU N DE RE RS
OUT OF HIGH RENT DISTRICT
115 Front Ave. S. E.
New Philadelphia, Ohio
Sales I' -33 P I Service
L. H. Barnett Sr Co.
238 West Canal Street Phone 8-7121
a ONE OF OHIO'S
' BETTER LAUNDRIES
I PHONE 8-8264-
Qomplimenls Compliments of
Newcomerstown Service Station
129 West State Street
The only Newspaper in Eastern Ohio which gives complete Wircphoto and News Coverage including
All Local and Sports News. '
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY COVERAGE
BEST WISHES T0 THE CLASS OF 55
UNITED STEELWORKERS QF AMERICA
LOCAL UNION NO. 2391
Darrell 0. Beitel' Compliments of
POSI- NO- 3303 OMEGA CLEANERS
c 120 w. CANAL ST.
Foreign Wars Phone 8-7507
TO THE CLASS OF 55
BOYS AND GIRLS OF
A General Electric
HIGH SCHOOL Progress is our most important product
Cambridge, Ohio Plant
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