North College Hill High School - Illium Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1959
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FIRST ROW: D. Hockney, J. Koenig, T. Bonta, H. Hicks, T. Dammel. SECOND ROW: Coach J. Gordon, J. Jensen, N. Troth
F. Winkler, J. Esterkamp, V. Cable, V. Finke. NOT PICTURED: J. Asche, D. Cade, D. Goeke, R. Hicks, L. Kiefel, C. Renners S
The varsity baseball season was indeed filled with
Thrills and surprises as the team fought to exciting
victories and disappointing losses. Each boy demon-
strated tine teamwork, several individuals exhibited
outstanding ability. On April 4 Norm Troth pitched
a no-hit game with Sycamore. Those receiving, public
JOHN ESTERKAMP-lst base, All-Millcreek Valley
SAM ROBINSON-All-City Honorable Mention
NORMAN TROTH-pitcher, MVIL Honorable Men-
TERRY BONTA-MVIL Honorable Mention
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Colerain .... .... 6 4
Lockland ....., .... 3 2
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Mt. Healthy ...... ..,. O 1
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St. Bernard ..... .,.. 1 2
Colerain ..., .... 7 8
Reading .... E, 7 7
Greenhills ..., ....,., 6 7
Purcell ,... ...,.. 6 9
Wyoming .... ..., 2 10
Taylor i 9
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Deer Park ..., ....... 2 5
Reading ,... ...... 3 12
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And now, a word from our Sponsor . . .
"All out for practice, Boys!"
The Troth special-Ssttriike!
FIRST ROW: R. Wirtz, R. Lipps, J. Butler, D. Carpenter. SECOND ROW: R. Cade, G. Mourer, L. Robbins, H. Thysell, W. Burton, T
Lindsley, P. Gilbert, D. Hockney. THIRD ROW: L. Jones, P. Biddle, D. Hockney, T. Maybury, O. Willingham, Coach Yerkes, J
Amrein, N. Troth, R. Bruder, G. McLean, D. Allen. NOT PICTURED: D. Cade, F. Feth, F. Franklin, H. Hicks, R. Hicks, C. Irey, L
Jackson, J. Jentz, D. Sand, G. Smith, C. Thompson, J. Woodward, R. Woodward, R. Williams.
As in the past, the excellent training offered the Varsity team resulted in pro-
ducing a group of the highest quality. The season was successful and terminated
with the team placing 2nd in the MVIL Junior Division and 3rd in the MVIL Senior
On to the finish . . .
Heave, Ho . . .
How far? ,
Without shoes, yei!
JERRY PLEIMAN The golf team was coached by
Carl Kunkel and completed a sea-
son of four wins, six losses, and
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Deer Park , .. 2 9
Reading ,... ..... 3 4
Mt. Healthy ee,.. e,.e,, 8 9
Country Day .,e... ee,.. 9 3
Indian Hill e,,e -I-4 3
Reading e,ee. ,ee,. 3 2
FIRST ROW: N. Amos, R. Winkler, R. Weston, R. Melchoirre, M. Dzieck. SECOND ROW: Coach
A. Kaladow, J. Pickering, R. Wells, R. Irwin, M. Hazelwood, T. Wurst, J. Bearden, B. McLean,
NOT PICTURED: W. Heidotting, R. Stone, D. Wind, P. O'Brien, D. Sherrill.
The NCH Junior High baseball and track teams fared well under the coaching
of Mr. Kaladow and Mr. Dawley, The boys combined their skill with a blend of
sportsmanship, resulting in teams of outstanding caliber. This year many of the
boys participated in both sports, excelling in each. We saw the Junior High Track
teams develop into one of the best in the history of the school.
MVIL Elementary Senior Division
MVIL Elementary Junior Division
Lockland Junior High Relays
Mt. Healthy Invitational
FIRST ROW: J. Wooten. SECOND ROW: F. Jones, L. Murrell, J. DeGroot, M. Staudt. THIRD ROW:
Coach R. Dawley, D. Sherrill. NOT PICTURED: J. Bearden, B. McLean, L. Hughes, J. McNanie,
J. McNanie, V. Preston, R. Wells, W. Wilmes, R. Winkler, D. Albert, C. Alderson, R. Brown, P.
Bush, K. Cooper, M. Dzieck, D. Freel, E. Huddleston, D. Lanham, J. Lell, G. Maybury, H. McConnal,
M. Norman, D. Tucker, D. Wind, H. Louder, R. Brown, A. Theiss.
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D PeitY C. Metz, S. Faison, L- Mohan' R' Scholl'
The thrill of competition, the excitement of team play, and the comradeship of
classmates are levealed in the girls' athletic program. Individual and group sports
are offered so that the girls may develop alert minds, physically sound bodies, and
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year. Under The direcTion of The Two Teachers, The baskeTbaIl and volleyball Teams
succeeded in winning The maioriTy of Their games.
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Barney Rapp's Orchestra, attending couples
of the NCH Junior-Senior Prom whirled till
early morning. The Hotel Sinton's Louis XVI
Ballroom provided a lovely setting. As mid-
night approached the prom court was quick-
ly gathered, and silence tell over the room.
Charles Brune, '57 King, and Doris Petty, '58
Queen, passed slowly among the candidates.
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Jentz and Jean White.
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Hi- Y- Teen Prom
Tradition was broken this year when the Hi-Y-Teens Prom was held during the
Christmas holidays instead of in the spring, All donned their festive attire and
danced in the lovely surroundings of the Hartwell Country Club.
A feeling of suspense filled the ballroom as the prom court made their grand
entrance. All held their breaths as the final moment arrived. At last the glittering
crowns found their new royal heads. Linda Glasgow and Hubert DeGroot. After
the crowning kiss and the presentation of gifts, the entire court danced to the
lilting music of the orchestra.
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COURT-Left to right: Victor Piper, Sue White, Linda Glasgow, Hubert DeGroot, Sally Bright, Paul
LaMott, Sandra Nlanthey, Larry Emerson, Jerry Pleiman. Diane Peeno not pictured.
CHARLENE METZ and PAUL LAMOTT
As The cold winds howled ouTside NorTh College Hill High School, Those aTTending
The annual band dance whirled wiThin The gala-decorated gymnasium. The couples
danced all evening To The rhyThmic music provided by The Teen Tones. The dance
commiTTee worked diligenTly decoraTing for The long-awaifed evening, The gym-
nasium had never looked lovelier. Charlene Metz and Paul LaMoTT were crowned
gleign over The affair.
COURT-Left To right: Barbara BorchelT, Wanda Bushouse, Charlene Metz, Paul
LaMoTT, John Nusekabel, and VicTor Piper.
. . . And They Walked The hallowed halls for The last
Time as members of The NorTh College Hill High School
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Through loyal service, your administration is al-
ways striving to iustify the community's confi-
dence and maintain the school standards desired.
your school system.
Board of Education: Eugene Gettel, William Hockney, H
B. Bergman, Ralph Jenfz, Ray Bosse, James Bryner.
MRS. BERTHA SEYBERTH
MRS. ELIZABETH KINKEY
Service. . . and a
MRS. DOROTHY BRAUCKSICK
aculty . . .
The untiring efforts ot the faculty members
reveal their dedication to the interest of higher
MRS. ARLINE ADAMS
University of Cincinnati, B.S.Ed., Physical
Education, Health 8, Y-Teens, G.A.A. Spon-
MRS. VYE DANIELSON
Western Kentucky Teachers' College, A.B.,
University of Kentucky, Miami University,
University of Cincinnati, Literature 7, So-
cial Studies 7, Arithmetic 7.
MR. RICHARD DEWLEY
University of Cincinnati, B.A., B.Ed.,
Special Section, Civics, Junior High Track
Coach, Hi-Y Sponsor.
MR. wlLLlAM ANSBERRY MRS. ELIZABETH BAKER
University of Notre Dame, Ball lndlana UnlVef5llY, B054 Eng'
State Teachers' College, B.S., ll5l'1 C0mP0SlTl0Fl ll, l2i Eng'
M,A.i American Hisgol-yi glish 9, Librarian, Ilium Spon-
. . . Molding character.
MRS. MARY FELLER
Western College, B.A., Home
Ec i, 2, Family Relations, Se-
Co Club Sponsor.
MR. JOHN GORDON
University of Cincinnati, B.S
Ed., Typing 1, General Mathe-
matics, Office Practice, Eco-
nomics, Baseball Coach, As-
sistant Football Coach.
MISS JANET EVANS
Miami University, B.S.Ed., General English
9, History 8.
MRS. SUE BARDACH
University of Cincinnati, B.S.
Ed., Shorthand l, 2, Office
MRS. JANE CALDWELL
Miami University, B.S.Ed.,
Civics, Home Economics 7, 8,
Junior High Student Council
MR. EDWARD CHRISTENSEN
Northland University, B.A.,
University of Wisconsin, M.A.,
MISS TABITHA COBB
Western College, B.A., Uni-
versity of Cincinnati, B.Ed.,
Problems of Democracy, Dean M.A., Biology, Senior High
and inspiring greater accomplishments.
MRS. HELEN HUBERT
Ursinus College, A.B., Middle-
bury College, French 1, 2,
French Club Sponsor.
MR. ARTHUR KALADOW
University of Cincinnati, B.S.Ed.,
History 8, World History,
World Geography, Varsity Foot-
ball Coach, Junior High Base-
MISS CAROL KEANE
University of Cincinnati, B.S.
Ed., Speech I, English 8, 11.
Student Council, Honor Society
Sponsor, Dean of Girls.
MR. MAURICE KRAMER
University of Cincinnati, B.S.,
Xavier University, M.Ed., Book-
keeping 'l, 2, Plane Geometry,
Solid Geometry, Trigonometry.
MR. CARL KUNKEL MRS, ROBERTA LAKONEN
Ohi0 Uf1iVef5iiY, 3-5-i Xavier Western College, B.A., Mathe-
University, M.A., Physical Edu- matics 8, General Mafh 9,
CBTiOf1i'H6HlTh 3: -lUI'1i0I' High Business Math 9, Junior Red
Basketball Coach, Golf Coach. Cross Sponsor.
MRS. MARY SPENCER MRS. IRIS SPOOR
Elon College, B.A., University University of Washington, B.S.,
of Cincinnati, M.A., Chemistry, Gonzaga University, University
Guidance Director. of Cincinnati, Algebra I, 2,
Physics, Mathematics 7.
MR. LESTER NOBLE
Miami University, B.S., M.A.,
Drafting I, 2, Drivers' Educa-
tion, Junior High Football
MR. WILLIAM TOTH
Miami University, B.S., M.Ed.,
Shop 8, Shop I, 2, Reserve
MR. HARWOOD PHEND
Purdue University, Indiana
State University, B.S., Grade 7,
General Science, Line Coach
Football, Science Club.
MRS. MILDRED TUTTLE
University of Cincinnati, B.S.,
M.Ed., Typing 2, Business Eng-
MISS JEANNE PHILLIPS
Indiana University, B.S,, Eng-
lish 9, to, 11.
MR. DANIEL WALKER
College of Music, University
of Cincinnati, B.S. Music, In-
strumental Music, Bind.
MISS ROSALIE PFISTER
Kentucky Wesleyan, A.B., Eng-
lish IO, Academic English II,
I2, Spanish I, 2, Spanish Club
MRS. BETTY PORTER
University of Cincinnati, B.S.Ed., Scie'hce
7, 8, General Science, Health 7, Pep Club,
MRS. CATHERINE RANDALL
Alma White College, B.A., University of
Cincinnati, Pennsylvania State, M.Ed.,
Arts,- Crafts, Adult Art Class, Art Service
MRS. JEANNE SIMMONS
Transylvania College, University of Ken-
tucky, B.S. Music, Music.
MR. CLINTON YERKES
Miami University, B.S., Metal Shop I, 2,
Shop 7, 8, Shop Math, Varsity Basketball
Coach, Track Coach.
eniors . .
Soon To leave The familiarify of The pasi four
years and venture into The unknown, The Seniors
experience feelings of both eagerness and regret.
While looking forward To graduafion, They pause
To recall The pasi.
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MRS. l. SPOOR MR. C. KUNKEL MISS R. PFISTER
KATHERINE SUE WHITE
Office Worker 2, Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4,
Assistant Business Manager 3, Lit-
erary Editor 4, Troian Staff I, 2, 3,
Proofreader 2, 3, Quill and Scroll,
Student Council 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3,
4, YWCA Representative 2, Worship
Chairman 4, National Honor Society
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, GAA l, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice
President 3, Spanish Club i, Ma-
iorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Secretary 3,
Senior Class President, Class Treas-
urer 1, Calliope 1, 2, Talent Show 2,
Honor Roll i, 2, 3, 4, Arch Bearer,
Junior-Senior Prom Queen Candi-
date, Hi-Y-Teens Prom Queen Can-
Hughes High School l, 2, Huzette
Honor Club I, 2, Student Council
Representative 4, Se-Co Club 4,
Class Vice President 4.
Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4, Maiorette I, 2,
3, 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Inter-Club
Council 3, Band Treasurer 3, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Class Sec-
retary 2, 4, Troian Staff 1, 3, Quill
and Scroll, Band Queen Candidate,
Office Worker 4, Calliope 2, French
Our Lady of Angels High School l
CSMC l, Camera Club 1, Y-Teens 2,
Pep Club 2, 4, GAA 3, 4, Class Sec
retary 3, Class Treasurer 4.
. . . Concluding formulative years,
seeking new horizons.
Roger Bacon High School lp Calliope 2, Football 3.
New Homemakers of America lp Y-Teens 'l, 2, Pep Club 'lp Student
Council 'l, 2.
Chorus l, 25 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 47 Y-Teens 3, 47 GAA 3, 4, Se-Co Club
4, Calliope I, 2, Junior Chorus 2.
French Club 2, 3, Hi-Y 35 Basketball 1, 27 Football l, 2, Baseball 1, 2,
3, 4: Junior-Senior Prom Candidate: Basketball King Candidate.
Y-Teens li GAA 'l, 3, 41 Pep Club 15 Troian Staff 2: Chorus 2, 4,
Calliope 25 Basketball Queen Candidate 27 Junior-Senior Prom Candidate,
Se-Co Club 4. '
Pep Club .li Y-Teens 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Office Worker 3, 4.
Urbana High School l, 2, 3, Choir 3, Chorus 'l, 2, GAA l, 2, 3, Y-Teens
1, 2, 3, 4, Speech Club l, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, Secretary 3,
Homecoming Attendant 3, Student Council 3, Junior Class Play, Annual
Staff 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, North College Hill High School 4,
Hi-Y-Teens Prom Candidate.
Staton Junior High School l, Annual Staff 1, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4,
Squad Leader 4, Calliope l, 2, Chorus l, 2, Se-Co Club 4, Camera Club
2, French Club 2, 3, Trojan Staff 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Officer 4, GAA 4,
Office Worker 4.
Mother of Mercy High School l, CSMC l, Glee Club l, 2, Calliope 2,
Pep Club 4, GAA 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH ANN BRUNS
Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 2, 3, GAA l, 2, 3,
4, interscholastic Volleyball 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Squad Leader 3, 4,
Troian Staff 3, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4, Junior
Chorus l, Chorus 2, Variety Show l, 2, Honor Roll l, Office Worker 3,4.
Miami Scholarship Team 3.
Football 2, Golf 2.
Western Hills High School 1, Bible Club l, German Club 1, Glee Club
2, Calliope 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 3, 4, llium Staff
3, 4, Treasurer 4, Troian Staff 3, Se-Co Club 4, Office Worker 3, 4,
Miami State Scholarship Team 2.
Football I, Basketball 1, Student Council 3,,4, Treasurer 3, Junior Red
Cross Representative 2, llium Staff 4, Co-Business Manager 4.
Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Roust Abouts 3, Calliope 'l.
MARY SUE ECKLER
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Variety Show 1, 2, Y-Teens 'l, Se-Co Club 4.
Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Hi-Y-Teens Prom Candidate.
BARBARA LEE FISHER
Pep Club 'l, Trojan Staff 2, Ilium Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 4, Miami State
Scholarship Team 1, 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Office
Worker 3, 4.
JUDITH ANN FISHER
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 4, Troian Stat'-f l, 2, 3, As-
sistant Editor 2, Editor 3, Maiorette 3, 4, Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Literary Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Quill and Scroll, Honor Roll l, 2,
3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA Inter-Club Representative 2, World Fel-
lowship Officer 3, Inter-Club Council Representative 4, Office Worker 3,
lnter-Club Council Representative 2, 3, 4, Miami State Scholarship Team
1, 2, 3, Variety Show 1, Chorus l, Spanish Club l, Post School Re-
DONNA GESSN ER
Pep Club 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Se-Co Club 4, Calliope I, 2, Chorus l, 2,
4, Librarian 4, Basketball Queen Candidate 3, Student Council 4.
LINDA HELEN GLASGOW
Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4, Head Maiorette 3, 4, Class President l, 3, Stu-
dent Council l, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Student Council Representative to
State Convention 2, Representative to Area Council 3, Troian Staff I,
2, 3, Feature Editor 1, Y-Teens i, 2, 3, 4, World Fellowship Officer 2,
GAA l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pep Club i, 2, 3, Secretary 1, French
Club l, 2, Red Cross Representative l, Basketball Queen Candidate i, 3,
interscholastic Volleyball l, 2, 3, lnterscholastic Basketball l, 2, 3,
Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, ColBusiness Manager 4, Calliope 1, 2, Honor So-
ciety 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Representative 2, 4,
Hi-Y-Teens Prom Candidate.
CAROL LYNN GOSS
Ilium Staff i, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Literary Editor 2, Literary Editor 3,
Editor 4, Miami State Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, Troian Staff l, 2, 3,
Art Editor 2, 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Pro-
gram Chairman 3, Secretary 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, GAA 2,
Student Council 4, Inter-Club Representative 4, Chairman 4, French
Club 2, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4.
SUE ELLA GREGORY
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Band l,
Glee Club 4, Troianettes 2, 3, 4, Calliope 1, 2, Talent Show 2, Junior
Red Cross Representative 3, lnterscholastic Volleyball 1, lnterscholastic
Basketball l, Office Worker l, 2, 3, 4, Se-Co Club 4, French Club 1,
2, 3, Troian Staff l, 2, 3, Fashion Editor l, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4,
Honor Roll l.
BARBARA JEAN GRIBBINS
Chorus l, 2, 4, Vice President 4, Pep Club l, Z Y-Teens 4, GAA l,
3, 4, Calliope 2, Se-Co Club 4.
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4,
Calliope l, 2.
Cheerleader 'l, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 'l, 2, 4, Troianettes
2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, 4, lnterscholastic
Basketball 4, Talent Show l, 2, Se-Co Club 4, Class Secretary l,
Troian Staff 3, Calliope l, 2, Inter-Club Representative 2.
Y-Teens 4, Se-Co Club 4, GAA 4.
Woodward High School 1, Stage Crew 'l, Visual-Aids Crew l.
Football 2, 3, 4.
Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Calliope 1, 2, llium Staff 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4,
YWCA Inter-Club Representative 4, Troian Staff l, 2, 3, Proofreader
2, 3, Quill and Scroll, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Inter-Club Representative 4,
GAA 1, Spanish Club I, Junior Red Cross Representative 3, Chorus 1.
Chorus l, 2, 4, Calliope l, 2, Pep Club 4, Y-Teens 4, Chorus Accom-
GAA 2, Pep Club 4, Se-Co 4, State Scholarship Team at Miami 2.
Honor Roll 1, Student Council 'l, 2, Troian Staff 1, 2, 3, Business Man-
ager 3, Quill and Scroll, State Scholarship Team at Miami 2.
Basketball I, 2, Football I, 2, 3, 4.
Spanish Club 2, Ilium Staff 2, Troian Staff 2, Art Service Club 3, 4,
President 4, Honor Roll 1.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Ilium Staff 3, 4.
PAU L LAMOTT
Dance Band l, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, President 4, Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Officer 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Calliope 1, 2, Chorus Accom-
panist 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y-Teens Prom King Candidate.
Pep Club 1, 3, Y-Teens l, Q., 3, 4, Worship Chairman 2, Vice President
3, President 4, GAA I, 2, 3, 4, Point Manager 2, 3, Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4,
Troian Staff 1, 2, 3, Circulation Manager 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Office
Worker 2, 3, 4, Arch Bearer, Hi-Y-Teens Prom Queen Candidate.
Pep Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Ilium Staff 3, 4,
Troian Staff 3, 4, Se-Co Club, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Music Li-
brarian 2, 3, 4, Band Princess 3, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3.
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club l, 2, Pep Club 1, 2,
Calliope 2, Ilium Staff 2, 3, Trojan Staff 2, Se-Co 4.
SH ERRI MOORE
Pep Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, Troian Staff 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Calliope
1, 2, Se-Co 4, Chorus 1, 2, 4.
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Calliope 2, llium Staff 2, Chorus 2, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 3, 4, Band Treasurer 4, Calliope 1, 2.
GAA 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Ilium
Staff 3, 4, Troian Staff 3, Art Service 2, Vice President 2, Se-Co Club 4,
Red Cross 4, Junior-Senior Prom Queen Candidate, Glee Club 1, 2, Cal-
liope 1, 2, Troianettes 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y-Teens Prom Queen Candidate.
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Ilium Staff 4,
Troian Staff 1, Glee Club 1, 3, Se-Co Club 4, Vice President 4, Calliope
1, 2, Troianettes 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council 3, Basketball Queen Can-
didate 1, Talent Show 1, 2, Junior-Senior Prom Queen, lnterscholastic
Basketball 3, 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Baseball 3, 4, Football 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 4, Calliope 1,
2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Hi-Y-Teens Prom King Candidate.
Colerain High School 1, 2, Ilium Staff 4.
Y-Teens 1, 4, Pep Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA 2, 4, Calliope 1, 2,
Se-Co Club 4.
Pep Club 1, 2, Se-Co Club 4, lnterscholastic Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Basketball King
Candidate 1, 2, Co-Captain Football Team 4, Junior-Senior Prom King
.IO ANN RENNICK
St. Mary's High School 'l, Se-Co Club 4.
PATTY LOU RHODES
Class Treasurer 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Troian Staff I, 2, 3, llium Staff
2, 3, 4, Sales Manager 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Service Chairman 3, French
Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Chorus l, 2, Calliope 2, Red
Cross 4, Quill and Scroll, Office Worker 3.
BETTY LOUISE ROBBINS
Glee Club 2, Pep Club 4, Calliope 2, Y-Teens 4, Se-Co Club 4.
JO ANN SAMPLES
Chorus I, 2, Calliope l, 2, GAA 1, 2, Y-Teens I, 2, Pep Club 3, 4,
Vice President 4, llium Staff 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, interscholastic
GLORIA RAE SAN DMAN
French Club 2, Talent Assembly 3.
EDWARD KENN ETH SAX
French Club i, 2, Class Vice President I, Student Council 1, Football
1, 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track l, 3, 4, Band 'l, 2, Basketball King
Candidate 1, 3.
GAA 1, Y-Teens I, Se-Co Club 2.
BON NA JEAN SCH ELLENGER
Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, 'llium Staff 2, 3, 4, Trojan Staff 3, Shillito's Sewing
Board Representative 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Se-Co Club 4, Office Worker 3, 4.
CAROLE ANN SCHERRER
Pep Club I, 2, 3, Art Service 2, 3, 4, Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4, GAA 4,
Se-Co Club 4, President 4, Interscholastic Volleyball 4.
SHIRLEY J EAN ETTE SCHMERR
Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, Se-Co Club 4, Y-Teens T, 2, 4, Arch
MARJORIE ANN SCHOPPER
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Calliope l, 2,
Se-Co Club 4, Troian Staff I, 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3, Troianettes 2, 3, 4, In-
terscholastic Volleyball 2, lnferscholastic Basketball 2, Talent Show
1, 2, 3, Art Service 2, 3, 4, Ilium Staff 2, 3, 4, Office Worker 1, 2,
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4.
RAYMOND KAY SHERLEY
HATTIE JEANETTE STAPLES
Y-Teens 4, Pep Club 4, Office Worker 4.
MICHAEL ANTHONY STEPHENS
BONNIE LEE STOLZENBERGER
GAA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council Repre-
sentative 2, Pep Club l, 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2, Calliope 1,
2, Se-Co Club 4, Office Worker 3, 4, Trojan Staff 3, McCall's Sewing
LOIS ANN SUNDERMANN
Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, GAA 2, 3,'4, Troian Staff 1, 2,
Ilium Staff 3, Pep Club 'l, 2, 4, Area Council Representative 2, 3, 4.
ARLENE MARY TOWNLEY
Se-Co Club 4, GAA 4, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 1, Calliope T.
MARLENE ELLA TOWNLEY
Se-Co Club 4, GAA 4, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 1, Calliope.
ANN VONDER AHE
Pep Club 1, Y-Teens 1, 4, Student Council 1, 2, GAA 1, Troian Staff 1,
Ilium Staff 2, French Club 1, Troianettes 2, 3, Calliope 1, 2, Class
Treasurer 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Office Worker 3, 4, Miami Scholarship
CAROL JANE WILKING
Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Se-Co Club 4,
Honor Roll 1, Office Worker 2, 3, 4, Troian Staff 2, 3, Circulation
Manager 3, llium Staff 2, 3, 4.
Our Lady of Angels High School 1, Lamera Club 1, Se-Co Club 4.
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, interscholastic Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Se-Co Club 4, Ilium
Staff 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Cdub 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1,
2, 3, 4, Troian Staff 1, 2, 3, Girls' Sports Editor 2, 3, Glee Club 3,
Troianettes 2, 3, French Club 1, 2, Basketball Queen Candidate 2, Red
Cross 3, Calliope 1, 2, Office Worker 1.
Not pictured: Charles Blank, Lillian Foster, Benjamin Franklin, Phillip
Redmond, Toby Payer, Richard Westrick.
Sue White Paul LaMoTt
Marjorie Schopper-Jerry Asche
Lnnda Glasgow Ford Kelly
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President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
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Bonta, B. Borchelf, J. Bowen, A. Braucksick. THIRD ROW: B. Brown, R. Bruder, S. Bruening, P. Bueter, W. Bushouse, V
Cable. FOURTH ROW: R. Camarca, G. Coleman, W. Cramer, J. De Borde,H.DeGroot, K. Eicher.
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FIRST ROW: R. Emerson, J. Eslerkamp, S. Faison, V. Fannin, B. Fey, V. Finke. SECOND ROW: C. Franklin, G. Giannini, G.
Gilbert, J. Gribbins, K. Grossman, J. Haase. THIRD ROW: W. Haucke, S. Heitkamp, H. Hicks, R. Hildebrand, K. Hoffman, B.
Holloway. FOURTH ROW: L. Huber, C. Jauch, N. Jenkins, R. Koefters, J. Kueven, S. Lance. FIFTH ROW: J. Langefeld, J. Le-
Fevre, P. Limerick, B. Lipinski, D. Lipps, L. Lloyd. SIXTH ROW: S. Logan, R. McCormick, G. McClean, L. Mohan, G. Mourer,
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nick, R. Rentschler, M. Reuss, J. Richmond, S. Robinson, S. Ross. THIRD ROW: W. Rush, M. Sand, C.
Schmerr, C. Schneider, J. Schroeder, C. Schweirking. FOURTH ROW: J. Sheets, B. Steelman, L. St. Clair,
E. Thompson, C. Thorn, N. Van Outer. FIFTH ROW: V. Wambsgans, J. Weickel, J. White, F. Winkler, J.
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Pf9Sid9f1f Vice President Secretary Treasurer
FIRST ROW: D. Allen, D. Atkinson, C. Bauer, J. Beardon, G. Beirlein, B. Beroset. SECOND ROW: R. Best, D. Billman, J. Brand-
horst, D. Brooks, J. Bruckner, B. Bullerdick. THIRD ROW: J. Burroughs, N. Burton, C.- Caldwell, V. Clark, D. Cox, J. Dahling.
FOURTH ROW: D. Daum, J. Evans, S. Falk, H. Faul, D. Fischer, F. Flannigan. FIFTH ROW: C. Forest, J. Franklin, T. Freeman,
M. Frey, R. Gerhardt, D. Gessner.
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Hockney, D. Hockney, D. Howeller, C. Hughes. THIRD ROW: F. Hutchinson, C. Irey, J. Jacobs, J. Jensen, J. Kloberg, R.
Klug. FOURTH ROW: J. Koenig, J. Lachenman, S. Langhans, S. Lathrem, D. Iewis, C. Leinharr. FIFTH ROW: D. Littlepage, V.
Lukafz, H. McCullough, D, McNanie, N. Martin, C. Martina. SIXTH ROW: D. Meale, J. Metz, M. MiIIer, R. MiIIs, D. Minda,
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FIRST ROW: B. Neckel, J. Neckel, F. Neumann, R. Osborne, T. Ott, D. Pendleton. SECOND ROW: L.
Phelps, J. Putnick, A. Rearden, N. Redmond, J. Riley, S. Roth. THIRD ROW: P. Rowe, C. Sandman, G.
Sanger, G. Schild, C. Schnetzer, J. Sheppard. FOURTH ROW: C. Stancheff, R. Swisher, J. Taylor, K.
Thysell, D. Towns, S. Towns. FIFTH ROW: N. Trolh, P. Turner, C. Verdin, L. Walters, C. Weber, W.
Weibel. SIXTH ROW: M. Weichold, T. Weis, E. Wherry, R. Williams, B. Younce.
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Biddle, B. Bierman, R. Bierman, J. Blikle. THIRD ROW: W. Burton, J. Butler, J. Buttelwerth, D. Cade, D. Cade, R Cade
FOURTH ROW: L. Cailey, C. Canning, C. Carrier, R. Casagrande, G. Chapman, J. Chapman. FIFTH ROW: F. Clemens M
Clemens, G. Coleman, K. Cook, M. Cramer, A. Crutchfield.
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FIRST ROW: C. Crutchfield, J. Cummings, T. Dammel, J. Darwin, N. Davies. D. Dessauer. SECOND ROW: J. Dodson, K
Donahue, D. Dorsey, C. Dumas, M. Evans, C. Faber. THIRD ROW: M. Fannin, F. Feth, C. Flannigan, D. Flueck, B. Foert-
meyer, Y. Franklin. FOURTH ROW: M. Gaiser, N. Gardner, P. Gilbert, B. Gibson, T. Goelz, J. Goldkiller. FIFTH ROW: D
Goecke, C. Gros, P. Grossman, L. Gueihlein, L, Gunning, E. Hall. SIXTH ROW: T. Hannon, S. Haucke, L. Heeg, R. Henry
K. Hesselbrock, R. Hicks.
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R. Jeakins, C. Johnson, E. Johnson. THIRD ROW: L. Jones, L. Keifel, J. Kemple, P. Klug, L. Koch, W. Lawson. FOURTH
ROW: R. Levi, J. Liebish, R. Lotz, L. Lupton, S. Lynch, C. MacDonald. FIFTH ROW: W. McCulloch, P. Mahar, T. Mara, R,
Martin, F. May, G. May. SIXTH ROW: T. Maybury, J. Meister, M. Meyer, J, Myers, D. Noble, R. Norris.
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Rebsch, W. Rebsch, R. Reese, R, Rengering. THIRD ROW: R. Roehling, J. Rudisell, R. Ruter, D. Ryberg, C. Ryckeghem, D
Sand. FOURTH'ROW: D. Sax, K. Schermer, H. Schleutker, G. Schmidt, S. Shepherd, G. Smith. FIFTH ROW: G. Smith, N. Smith
R, Smithson, R. Smithson, N. Stancheff, R. Stein. SIXTH ROW: H. Thysell, H. Tuggle, R. Uhl, R. Veigel, S. Wagner, D. Ward
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J. Breittholle, F. Cappel, R. Chappell, J. Crutchfield, J. DeGroot, C. Eckler, L. Garrett, C. Hannen. THIRD ROW: H. Haucke
M. Hazelwood, W. Heidofting, J. Henley, E. Howell, L. Hughes, P. Humphreys, R. Hurlburf.
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C. Langhans, A. Liebisch, F. Logan, M. Lotz, A. Lutterbei, P. McCracken, B. McLean, G. MdVlullen. THIRD ROW: J. McNanie,
J. McNanie, S. Markland, J. Marshall, M. Marshall, D. Mastrullo, S. Matthews, R. Melchiorre. FOURTH ROW: S. Meyer, D.
Michels, J. Michels, D. Miller, E. Naegel, E. Parks, N. Phelps, J. Pickering. FIFTH ROW: V. Preston, J. Price, K. Rhodes,
W. Riley, J. Robinson, W. Robinson, R. Roll, R. Ross. SIXTH ROW: V. Schnickner, J. Schnier, L. Schon, N. Scott, S. Scott,
D. Sherrill, A. Sheward, M. Ship. SEVENTH ROW: B. Smith, N. Staples, V. Strickland, I. Tabakoff, L. Taylor, A. Thomp-
son, G. Towns. EIGHTH ROW: L. Tucker, M. Tueting, R. Volz, M. Wadl, C. Waldeck, W. Warnken, B. Weickel, J. Weingart.
R. Wells, F. Wherry, W. Wilmes, R. Winkler, J. Wooten, T. Wurst, R. Young.
D. MILLER J. FISHER C. SCHIERER R. AUSTIN
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
FIRST ROW: D. Albert, C. Alderson, D. Alderson, H. Blevins, A. Bradley, R. Braunwart, C. Brown, R. Brown. SECOND ROW
R. Brown, D. Brush, K. Buhr, C. Burke, P. Burck, P. Bush, D. Cappel, M. Casagrande. THIRD ROW: J. Cox, D. Davis, J. Dyer
M. Dziech, M. Eppler, C. Ernst, C. Faison, C. Federbush.
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Huddleton, P. Humphreys, P. Jeakins, S. Jennings, C. Johnson, T. Johnson, C. Knapp, B. Lance. THIRD
ROW: G. Lance, D. Lanham, J. Lell, S. Levi, E. Lloyd, H. Louder, O. Marshall, G. Maybury. FOURTH ROW:
H. McConnell, G. Meinberg, L. Mensing, P. Midkifnf, L. Murrell, R. Murrell, T. Nagel, M. Norman. FIFTH
ROW: P. O'Brien, J. Pennington, S. Phelps, P. Renschler, S. Reuss, J. Robinson, G. Rogers, N. Rush.
SIXTH ROW: D. Schleutker, K. Schwettman, M. Sheperd, D. Shetter, D. Slaughter, S. Snyder, B. Spring-
meier, S, Stein. SEVENTH ROW: S. Stephens, T. Stock, R. Stone, J. Strickland, P. Stuhlreyer, A. Thiess,
C. Thompson, D. Tucker. EIGHTH ROW: D. Turner, R. Vonderheid, C. West, D. Wind, S. Wissel, J. Wooten,
tivities . . .
Being a stimulus for school life, acrivities ad-
vance a basic foundation of educaiion That aids
in social, business, and domesric development.
Learning responsibiliry and leadership is a viTal
part of acfivifies. Of equal imporrance are The ac-
companying mirfh, fellowship, and enioyment
Having charge of producing the yearbook,
the N.C.H. llium staff must be a dedicated and
competent group working with unfailing coop-
The organization consists of three groups.
This year Barbara Fisher directed the Art Staff,
whose illustrations are within these covers. The
Business Staff, under the leadership of Linda
Glasgow and Dan Dahling, was responsible
for financing the publication.
JUDITH FISHER, Associate Editor
CAROL GOSS, Editor-in-Chief
MRS. BETTY BAKER, Sponsor
S. Weickel, B. Hollaway, L. Phelps, W. Bushouse, L. Riley.
FIRST ROW: J. Metz, J. Bowen, L. Preston, S. Logan, J. Weichold, D. Peeno. SECOND ROW:
C Kotzbauer, E. Wirtz, D. Billman, S. Faison, G. Green, P. Limmerick. THIRD ROW: C. Schweir-
kmg B. Bruckner, S. Heitkamp, C. Wilking, S. Gregory, L. Lloyd, J. White. FOURTH ROW: C.
Scherrer, H. DeGroot, J. Samples, C. Janssen, B. Schellenger, B. Stedman, R. Lotz.
DAN DAHLI NG
oroduced your I lium.
Sue White headed the Literary Staff which composed and
edited all the written material within the book. Carol Goss,
editor, and Judy Fisher, associate editor, were actively engaged
in coordinating all the activities and work.
Preparing the book itself is a long and complicated process,
in addition, the necessary financing, planning, scheduling is a
constant responsibility of each staff.
The material is collected, lists of names are compiled, photos
are taken, and finally this material is fused into a pictorial
presentation of N.C.H. school life.
BARBARA FISHER, Art Editor
SUE WHITE, Literary Editor
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ery C. lreyg S, Wlwifeg C, Goss, G. Green. THIRD ROW: J. Jenfzg R. Camarca, Vice
Presidenfg D. Dahlfngg G. Mower, Treasurer, R. Wirfzg C. Bauer, Secrefary.
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ln NCH we have both a Junior High Student Council and a Senior High Student
Council. They function separately, working for school betterment within their
respective grades. Each council serves as a reflection of the views and ideas of
the student body. Representatives are chosen for their leadership qualities.
The High School Student Council meets every other week with the sponsor
Miss Cobb to provide student participation in activities, inform students on rules,
customs, and activities, help in the development of good sportsmanship, and
give the students a voice in school policies. One of the most beneficial com-
mittees of the council is Interclub Council, a group which plans the school cal-
endar of events and schedules all extracurricular functions. This year under the
leadership of Hubert Hicks, the Student Council composed a handbook, planned
assembly programs, and successfully' managed the book store. Also, this group
cooperated with neighboring schools in beginning a sportsmanship program.
The Junior High Student Council initiated last year a separate social calendar
for the iunior high students. This year under the direction of Susan Royer and
Mrs. Caldwell, advisor, the Council sponsored two junior high dances-one in
December, the other in the spring. In addition, the group supervised the seventh
and eighth grade elections.
Together these two groups continued the over-all purpose -of- the Student
Council-that of directing and improving student activity and work within the
SITTING: M. Staudt, S. Meyer, S. Royer, D. Miller. STANDING: G. Maybury, C. Knapp, J. Fisher, D. Miller
ational Honor ociety
The North College Hill Chapter of the National Honor
Society is composed of members maintaining a scholastic aver-
age of 3.5 or higher. The qualification for membership is based
not only on a scholastic average but also on character, leader-
ship, and service. Guiding the Society in its yearly program is
a faculty board. This year the board members were: Miss Cobb,
Mrs. Spoor, Miss Keane, and Mr. Kramer.
The club is required to complete at least two service proiects
annually. The main one was the reporting of school and stu-
dent activities to the local and city newspapers by a designated
committee. Also, the entire membership worked on two
money-making projects to finance the purchase of iunior and
senior pins and the project for community service.
The club conducted the annual installation of new members
and the traditional presentation of pins. The pins are not given
until the iunior or senior year, at this time seniors become life
members of the National Honor Society.
Miss Cobb helped in planning
recognition of new members.
FIRST ROW: S. Weickel, Secretary, J. Fisher, President, J. White, Treasurer, B. Jentz, Vice President. SECOND ROW: N. Jenkins
R, Schott, C. Schweirking, M. Sand, L. Glasgow, J. Bowen. THIRD ROW: B. Steelman, R. Camarca, H. Hicks, V. Cable, S. White, C Goss
Sponsor: MISS JEANNE PHILLIPS
The Trojan Staff
Written, edited, and financed by student staff, the TROJAN
is an example of the literary and business ability of the NCH
students. Working with Miss Phillips and Barbara Steelman,
the staffs gained experience in journalism. The members se-
lected news items, solicited advertisements, edited feature
articles, and balanced the monthly budget.
Individual members strive for membership in Quill and
Scroll, a national organization that gives recognition for out-
standing iournalistic ability.
Editor-in-chief, BARBARA STEELMAN
FIRST ROW: S. Lathrem, J. Sheets, Art editor, B. Steelman, EDITOR, L. Riley, Assistant editor, N, Jenkins, Business Manager, J.
White, G. Green, Fashion editor, C. Leinhart, G. Schild, S. Faison, SECOND ROW: B. Borchelt, L. Petty, P. Turner, D. Atkinson: K-
Thysell, J. Dahling, P, Henson, L. Preston, W. Bushouse. THIRD ROW: P, Limerick, J. Metz, l. Bruckner, R. Schott, S. Langhans, B.
Blum, L. Lloyd, W, Deters, L. Phelps. FOURTH ROW: S. Roth, M,Reuss, J. Haase, H. DeGroot, G. Giannini, N. VanOUT9I'. V- Flnkif
C, Thorn, D. Phillips, M. Sand.
FIRST ROW: L. Lupton: C. Evans: J. Benzingerg J. Dahlingg D. Aikinsonf S. Heyy L. Phelpsp C. Leinharfg P. Hensenp R. Appenzeller. SECOND ROW
D. Billmang -L, Mohanp B. Steelmany B. Bennettg S. Royerg C. Faisong G. Lancei B. Lance: N. Scott. THIRD ROW: I. Brucknerf L. Wajtersp G. Green: S
Faison: L. Heegf E. Wirtzg S. Lathremg G. Schild. FOURTH ROW: B. Fortmeyerf J. Weicholdy L. St. Clairp L. Lloydp P. Limericky B. Borchelt.
FIRST ROW: S. Langhans, N. Stanchett, B. Bruckner, Secretary, J. Samples, Vice President, J. White, President, K. Thysell, Treasurer, J. Sheets,
M. Sand, M. Hannon. SECOND ROW: M. Reese, E. Franklin, G. Jones, B. Robbins, H. Staples, M. Kitchen, S. Weickel, B. Holloway, C. Koch. THIRD
ROW: E. Jones, F. Ballard, C. Stanoheff, C. Thorn, R. Schott, M. Hannon, B, Fey, C. Gregory.
"We're with ya', Team!" These words filled the crowded gymnasium-the same
words had earlier echoed across the frosty football field. This yell was surely
the motto of the NCH Pep Club, directed by Jean White and Mrs. Porter.
The well-organized cheers and motions and colorful uniforms of red vests
and white gloves seemed to maintain the interest and enthusiasm. Throughout
the year the club sponsored numerous proiects to create desirable spirit and
further good sportsmanship. Pep Club conducted pep rallies, cheering sections,
athletic program sale '
s, poster slogan campaigns, and bus decorations.
T. Goetz, B. Irvin, L. Phelps, S. Roth, B. Remmel, D. Peeno, E. Heeg, S. Gregory, M. Schopper, B. Fey
J. White, R. Schott, K. Eicher, D. Petty, J. Reilly, N. Redmond, K. Bernhardt, D. McNanie, L. Lupton.
Adding color to The half-time shows, the Troianettes and Maiorettes perform
gaily-lending extra sparkle.
M. Best, L. Glasgow, Head Malorette, J.
Fishery C. Thorng C. Janssen: S. White.
MR. DANIEL WALKER, Director
FIRST ROW: F. Cappel, W. Rush, C. Jauch, R. Wirtz, B. Borchelf, W. Bus-
house, S. Schmerr, C. Waldeck. SECOND ROW: C. Meiz, F. Wherry, C
Heitz, W. Haucke, F. Ames, L. Nusekabel, R. Murrell, R. Osborne, R. Gerhardf.
THIRD ROW: V. Piper, W. BurTon, R. Hurlburt, J. LeFevre, P. LaMoTT, D. Cox
During The course of The year, The band performed aT
many school evenTs. The group gave The fesTive air To The
half-Time of The fooTball games, The inTricaTe formaTions
and "snappy" marches were as much a parT of The season
as The Team.
The band joined The chorus in The ChrisTmas ConcerT by
rendering a medley of songs. The main program was The
Spring ConcerT, The band played drills, marches, and "oId
To add To The TradiTional band performances, our band
This year began a new Trend-ThaT of playing for The afTer-
The-game dances. The group cerTainly became The favoriTe
of The sTudenTs.
All school funcTions would have seemed somewhaT dull
wiThouT all The TalenT of The Trojan Band.
FIRST ROW: J. Neckel, P-. Midkiff, A. Nortman, D. Miller, J. Pickering, R. Rufer, T. OM. SECOND
ROW: H. McCullough, D. Ryberg, A. Thompson, J. Wooten, J, Butler, D. Butler. THIRD ROW:
H. Thysell, M. Norman, J. Bearden, W, Norman. FOURTH ROW: L. Emerson, J. Nusekabel, R. Awalt,
The band led the Pow Wow
Parade Through NCH to The football field,
FIRST ROW: O. Willinghamy K. Gundlery l.. Robbinsy S. Heyy N. Roesnery L. Wibbinsy W. Detersy V. Clarky C. Martinay D. Gessner,
J. Dahlingy L. Hally E. Heegy L. Pettyy A. Reardony Mrs. Simons, director. SECOND ROW: T. Craigy R. Leviy G. Smithy L. Heegy B
Gribbonsy J. Hollidayy S. Rothy B. Remmely J. Metzy K. Eichery S. Lathremy G. Greeny D. McNanie. THIRD ROW: D. Sandy J. Young,
E. Jonesy C. Crutchfieldy R. Schotty N. Redmondy G. Neumanny C. Verdiny C. Grosy M. Hannony G. Auskampy S. Gregoryy B. Steel
many M. Reussy P. LaMott, accompanist.
The high school chorus performed at numerous functions for the school. The
group's main program was the Christmas Concert given December 21 in the
high school auditorium. The selections were inspiring spirituals, favorite Christmas
carols, and some fanciful songs. The girls' trio and the boys' quartet sang, and
several of the members had solo parts in the selections. Then the chorus ioined
the band in the Spring Concert.
All the excellent performances become realities only after much practice,
work, and effort. Directed by Mrs. Simons, the members met daily, yet the
class sessions were only the beginning. Chorus practice was held often in the
evening to "put the finishing touches" on their programs.
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Mrs. Jeanne Simons
FIRST ROW: L. Preston, M. Putnick, P. Klug, C. Johnson, K. Burnhardt, M. Evans, P. Rhodes, C. Kotzbauer. SECOND ROW: S. Hey,
D. Atkinson, L. Lupton, L. Heeg, P. Turner, L. Phelps, S. Janssen, J. Meister, J. Robinson, E. Hall. THIRD ROW: L. Hall, P. Hen-
son, C, Leinhart, G. Shields, J. Weichold, D. Billman, L. Watters, E. Hubert, J. Benzinger, G. Coleman. FOURTH ROW: P. Baker,
J. Allen, C. Metz, R. Appenzeller, B. Bruckner, P. Limerick, B. Borchelt, L. Lloyd, L. Riley, J. Metz, V. Wambsgans. FIFTH ROW:
W. Bushouse, C. Faber, B. Foertmeyer, I. Bruckner, S. Langhans, N. Stanchett, L. Gunning, B. Holloway, J. Holliday, C. Stan-
chetf, C. Crutchfield.
These members complete a service proiect, a canned goods drive for a charitable organization.
Encouraging greater understanding and fellowship between its participants and
God, Y-Teens is a club beneficial to individual members and the entire student body.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Adams, sponsor, and Sandra Manthey, president, the
club has endeavored to reach its goals of Christian service.
Affiliated with the YWCA, Y-Teens has a busily functioning club. Divided into
squads, the group assisted with assembly programs at Thanksgiving, Christmas,
and Easter. Also, during the year squad members aided charitable organizations
and held a Mother-Daughter Banquet, organized the Y-Teens Choir, and conducted
installation for new members. All these were a part of the Y-Teens' goal for further
service to school and community.
FIRST ROW: K. Huggins, G. Green, E. Wirtz, S. Faison, B. Steelman, J. Bruns, S. Gregory. SECOND ROW: M. Schopper, J. White, World Fellowship
S. Weickel, Program Chairman, J. Sheets, Service, S. Manthey, President, R. Schott, Treasurer, C. Goss, Secretary, M. Sand, Vice President, K. Thysell
Interclub Representative, J. Dahling, Interclub Representative. THIRD ROW: A Townley, C. Cadwell, B. Hiller, R. Hurd, F. Ballard, L. Glasgow, M. Hoover
S. Roth, C. Schmerr. FOURTH ROW: C. Thom, J. Fisher, F. Wherry, M. Townley, H. Staples, L. St. Clair, S. Heitkamp, C. Schneider, S. Schmerr, M. Reuss
FIFTH ROW: B. Robbins, H. Golden, M. Reese, J. Samples, D. Goebel, E. Jones, J. Richmond, C. Janssen, C. Gilbert.
FIRST ROW: W. Bushouse, C. Irey, P, Baker, A. Reardon, J. Bruns, Secretary, D. Phillips, Treasurer, G. Green,
President, B. Jentz, Vice President, P. Turner, S. Faison. SECOND ROW: B. Blum, L. St. Clair, R. Mills, R. Best,
R. Beroset, R. Osborne, J. Rielly, D. Atkinson, G. Schild, P. Hensen. THIRD ROW: Miss Pfister, Sponsor, H. Mc-
Cullough, C. Sandman, C. Caldwell, C. Thorn, D. Goebel, C. Gilbert, C. Mooney, C. Bauer, H. Faul, T. Weis,
The language clubs-French and Spanish-aimed to instill knowledge of the
foreign lands and their people, customs, and languages. The club members con-
versed in the language which they were studying in school.
This year Spanish Club viewed slides and movies, and as a good will gesture
prepared a Thanksgiving basket for a needy family. French Club's most enioyable
program was a dinner-meeting at a Cincinnati French restaurant.
FIRST ROW: N. Roesner, Mrs. Hubert, Sponsor, E. Wherry, G. Giannini, Treasurer, B. Hollaway, Secretary, B. Fisher, Vice President, P. Rhodes, President,
L. Riley. SECOND ROW: E. Hubert, S. Lynch, K. Thysell, M. Miller, C. Carrier, L. Phelps, C. Lienhart, I. Bruckner. THIRD ROW: P. LaMott, F. Neuman,
G. Sandman, J. Richmond, B. Steelman, J. Koenig, C. Forest, T. Freeman.
Hi-Y, sponsored by the YMCA, aims to
mold leadership and promote fellowship. The
organization is composed entirely of boys who
participate in many school activities. Some of
their year's proiects were: selling concession
at the football games, parking cars in the
school lots for civic meetings, playing basket-
ball with other Hi-Y clubs, and sponsoring a
Christmas Prom in cooperation with Y-Teens.
Ably assisted by president Hubert DeGroot
and Mr. Dawley, Hi-Y aided both the school
and community with the overall program of
service and recreation.
For the past four years Hi-Y has supplied the coffee and hot
chocolate at football games.
H' Y- E
FIRST ROW: F. Neuman, Secretary, B. Wirtz, Vice President, H. DeGroot, President, P. LaMott, Treasurer, C. Irey, Mr. Dawley, Sponsor. SECOND ROW:
T. Freeman, T. Weis, J. Pleiman, R. Lotz, D. Meale, D. Hockney, R. Osborne. THIRD ROW: C. Forest, J. Bearden, J. Jensen, R. Bruder, D. Hockney,
C- BGUSF: W. Norman. FOURTH ROW: L. Emerson, J. Asche, R. Hicks, V. Piper, R. Koetters, J. Amrein, B. Renners.
Selling sweat shirts is one source of revenue
F q,.r I
FIRST ROW: A. Townley: I. Bruckner: S. Langhans: L. Gufhlein: L. Mohan, Treasurer: L. Glasgow, President: J. Wnite: M.
Sand, Secretary: J. Bruns: E. Wherry. SECOND ROW: C. Johnson: P. Klug: R. Schoh: J. Sheets: N. Sianchefff: C. Stancheff:
R. Hurd: J. Holliday: K. Huggins: M. Gaiser. THIRD ROW: C. Schmerr: S. Weickel: B. Steelman: G. Auskamp: B. Hollaway:
M. Townley: S. Haucke: B. Fey: S. Thorn. FOURTH ROW: M. Hannon: C. Gilbert: J. Richmond: D. Goebel: J. Samples: C.
Mooney: F. Ballard: D. Phillips: C. Caldwell: B. Borchelf.
Girls, Athletic Association
The primary purpose of the Girls' Athletic Association is to teach the members
the importance ot good sportsmanship and team cooperation. The girls achieve
their goal through organized competitive activities. The group's athletic schedule
included this year volleyball, basketball, dodge ball, bowling, baseball, and archery.
Due to their outstanding ability, several members were selected to participate
on the interscholastic teams for volleyball, baseball, and basketball. These teams
competed with other G.A.A. groups in the vicinity. The members not only made a
favorable showing in all games but also entered a tournament at the University of
Under the experienced leadership of president, Linda Glasgow, and Mrs. Adams,
this organization enjoyed the varied program. Many girls received awards for having
earned the necessary points, which are given tor participation in the interscholastic
and intramural programs.
FIRST ROW: E. Hubert, E. Hall, M. Putnick, M. Schopper, Vice President, D. Petty, L. Heeg, L. Lupton, L. Phelps. SECOND ROW: J Goldklller J Gold
killer, D. Atkinson, S. Hey, C. Evans, K. Thysell, D. Dahling, P. Klug, C. Johnson, K. Bemhardf. THIRD ROW: V. Wambsgans, R. Appenzeller J Bertke
S. Bruening, S. Bruening, C. Verdin, J. Taylor, J. Jacobs, C Metz. FOURTH ROW: D. Billman, L. Watters, L. St. Clair, S. Faison, G. Green S Lathrem B
Remmell, J. Schild, P. Turner. FIFTH ROW: E. Wirtz, E. Heeg, B. Gribbins, S. Gregory, N. Redmond, J. Metz, D. Bruckner, S. Manthey C Kotzbauer C
Art erfvice Club
J. Moore, J. Koch, T. Perry, P. Klug, P. Limerick, L. Preston, K. Hasselbrock, M. Baechle, C. Faber, C. Johnson, C
Bennett, G. Gianinnl.
These club members contribute to the school program by creating attractive
bulletin boards and eye-catching signs and posters.
Junior Red Cross
FIRST ROW: A. Thiess, K. Bernhardt, D. Peeno, M. Wadl, D. Wind, L. Watters, J. Metz, K. Schmerr. SECOND ROW: D. Billman,
N. Jenkins, S. Stein, G. Gianinni, C. Bauer, H. Thysell, R. Lotz, B. Fey, M. Kommann.
Junior Red Cross members give many hours ot service, working in coniunction
with the National Red Cross.
An organization created for the sole purpose of
interesting young women in the application of the
domestic skills, Se-Co has once again provided a suc-
cessful program. The members prepared meals for
the members and had programs on homemaking.
In addition to, these programs, the members com-
pleted the annual proiect of furnishing the home
economic department with needed equipment and
utensils. Under the direction of Carol Scherrer and
Mrs. Feller, many goals were realized.
FIRST ROW: B. Stolzenberger, McCalI's Board Representative, L. Hally V. Wambsgans, D. Petty, Vice President, Mrs. Feller, Sponsorp C. Scherrer, President
M. Schopper, Treasurerg E. Wirtz, Secretary, C. Evans. SECOND ROW: G. Langg S. Heyy B. Foertmeyerg B. Browng C. Wilkingf L. St. Clait: C- Mefli.M-
Putnickg S. Logang J. Evans. THIRD ROW: E. Heegg S. Ross, A. Townleyg S. Heitkampg M. Gaiserp M. Hoover: J. RGf1f1iCk: 5- GFGQOYYI B- Gflbbmsi F"'bb'n5'
FOURTH ROW: J. Wingerbergg S. Ecklerp C. Grosg J. Jacobs: C. Meyerp J. Samples: C. Verdinp S. Schmerrg M. Townleyg B. Schellenger, Shillitos Board
Often your athletic program provides the stimu-
lus for cooperative attitudes, physical fitness, and
Through the outstanding work of the coaches, the support of the
students, and the diligence of the team, the TROJANS exhibited a
good team capable of meeting their strongest opponents. Despite
several injuries to many of the essential players, the boys fought
with determination to win.
Because of the skill and stamina shown by the TROJANS during
the rugged season, the team completed a record whichrfound the
team fourth in the Millcreek Valley League. Several boys were honored
by being named to the M.V.L. All League Team.
Hubert Hicks -,
Gary Beierlein , L
Barry Jentz L, ,,soe,e,,,cac,,,,...aee,,, U
Larry Jackson .L,c
Terry Bonta ,c,,,
Jack Klug ,,,,,,
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Wyoming ,,,.. ,,,,,c, 6
Mt. Healthy ,,,. ,,,, 6
Colerain ...,, cv.,, 2 0
Deer Park c,,.c ..,.. 5 O
Lockland .... ,.... 4 4
Wyoming ,,,cc .... 3 2
Reading ..... .... 1 2
Greenhills ,.,......,,,..,....,.,.. 6
Dayton Shawen Acres ...... 6
Anderson ...,...cc.cccc,....... 20
McNicholas .,cv... .... 4 3
MR. ARTHUR KALADOW, Head Coach
MR. JOHN GORDON, Backfield Coach
MR. HARWOOD PHEND, Line Coach
Senior Hi h Football
FIRST ROW: B. Bullerdick, Manager: H. Thysellp C. Canningi R. Sax. T. Mayburyp T. Dammelg R. Woodward: J. Chapman J Jentz
P. Gilbenf J. Butler, B. Lawsonf D. Cade. SECOND ROW: C. Irey, Managerf G. Coleman. T. Hannonf D. Hockneyg J. Woodward L
Jackson, Co-Captainp C. Renners, Co-Captain: F. Winklerg B. Jenfzp H. Hicksy E, Saxg N. Trothp G. Mourerp R. Awalt. THIRD ROW
Mr. Kaladowg Mr. Phendy Mr. Gordonp A. Braucksickp D. Alleng D. Hockneyf T. Bontag G. Beierleinf J. Koenigp J. Esrerkamp G
McLean, R. Camarca, Head Manager. Not pictured: W. Kaiser, Co-Captain: C. Thompsong J. Klugg L. Keifel.
JEANNE LU PORTER
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The Varsity Basketball team Terminated a successful year considering the
excellent competition within the league. Some of the losses were by very small
margins. Yet, the boys did not become discouraged. They entered each game
with a renewed spirit of sportsmanship and determination, compiling a record
of 8 wins and 8 losses. At the conclusion of the season, the Troians drew
Middletown in the District Tournament at Miami University. The Middies won,
75-53, thus eliminating NCH from further play.
All in all, the Troians finished a good year of round ball play, and several
honors came to members of Coach Clinton Yerkes' squad. Charles Thompson
tallied 36 points in the Lockland home game to break Louis Ruter's '54-'55
record of 33 points in one game on the Troian court. With an average of 22.1
points per game, Charles was second high scorer in the Miami Valley Inter-
scholastic League and fourth highest scorer City-wide. Later, Thompson was
named to the MVIL first team and the Post and Times-Star third team. Three
other members of the varsity five received MVlL honorable mentions-Hubert
Hicks, Sam Robinson, and Fletcher Franklin.
C. Thompson, N. Troth, H. Hicks, D. Hockney, S. Robinson, D. Hockney, R. Wirtz, G. Mourer, T. Bonta, J. Jensen, V. Cable, V. Piper, F. Franklin. Mr.
'5 8-59 BASKETBALL SEASON
Colerain ,nn nn n.,A, 5 O 79
MT. Heal1hy ,n . 57 59
Deer Park ,e,,, ,.e.. 5 5 69
Reading .,eee ee,e, 2 l 32
Wyoming ,,,, ..o, 5 O 37
Alumni ,,,,., ..,oo 4 8 52
Greenhills oooeoeeeo e....o 5 4 50
ST. Bernard .,.,oo ooo,. 4 7 45
Lockland ,,,-ov, o,... 6 O 57
Deer Park o,,,, .e,,. 8 O 7l
MT. Healthy .,.- 58 66
Reading ........ .... 4 8 55
Wyoming .,ao., a,.A, 5 9 55
Greenhills .,a,. a,,,, 5 3 45
Sf. Bernard aaaoao ,aaaa 5 2 50
Lockland aaaa.,, ..aa, 6 4 69
Middlefown .,,,a, .,,,a 7 5 53
MANAGERS: Dan Meale, Charles lrey, Barry Jentz, Head Manager
Mr. Clinton Yerkes, Varsity Basketball Coach: Mr. Carl Kunkel, Junior High! Basketball Coachp Mr. William Toth, Freshman and Reserve Basket
Coach, Mr. Toth. R. Lippsy G. Smith: D. Cade: C. Canningp L. Kochi W. Woodwardg B. Lawson: T. Dqmmeli P. Biddlep R. Henryp J. Jenizg J. Meyers
Not pictured: L. Keifel.
Deer Park ,eee,.ee,,eeee 29 20
Mt. Healthy eeeeeeeeeeee 27 15
Greenhills ,,e,,, , 30 31
Reading eeeeee ,,,e 2 9 24
Lockland -3 eeeeeeeeee.e 39 41
Junior High ,ee,,e,e,e 33 25
Wyoming ,,,,,, ,,,,, 5 6 12
Mt. Healthy ,7.,,e,eo. 32 27
Greenhills ,,,,,. 52 20
Harrison ,2ee, ,,,,e 2 2 20
These two squads have certainly demonstrated highest ability in quali-
ties of sportsmanship, spirit, and determination. Victories in combination
with defeats have resulted in a stronger bond of teamwork and physical
talent. These boys will soon fill the places of our successful varsity squad.
Colerain ...c,ccc.cccOccc 21
Mt. Healthy ,Oc,O,,c ,. 33
Deer Park c,.s.ss,cs,,,, 43
Reading ,,,,,,, ,,,, , 25
Wyoming ..,..,cccccs., 40
Greenhills c,..O,a.c,c,cc 27
St. Bernard ,,,,,,,,,,, ,, 55
Lockland ,,,,,, ,,,--,, 4 4
Deer Park cc.,ecccce 52
Mt. Healthy ,,,,,,,,,, 46
Reading cOc,OO,.,.,,,,,, 34
Wyoming cOO,O cccscc 3 5
Greenhills ,,.. acc,, ,
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Dianne Billman, Kitty Thysell, Sharon Lathrem, Linda Heeg, Linda Watters.
"Now under the arch is Junior
candidate Charles Thompson
"Following him is Sen-
Befitting Friday the thirteenth, a regal black cat with arching
back and flashing green eyes presided over the coronation of the
Basketball King and Queen. Last year's queen and king, Judy
Dowdy and Jim Jones, ended the suspenseful anticipation of the
audience and candidates by crowning the new royalty-Linda
Mohan and Hubert Hicks. The couple received gifts from Pep
Club, and the festivities ended with a dance in honor of the royal
twosome and the court.
". . . At last the crowns are slipped into place."
CANDIDATES FOR KING: Nomwan Trofh, Terry Bonta, Roben Wirtz, Huber! Hicks, Gene Mouer, Victor Cable
Victor Piper, Charles Thompson.
KING HUBERT QUEEN LINDA
The Junior High athletic events reveal the hidden potential of future leaders in the
sports. The boy who so often "loses the ball" while on the Junior High team may
be the one who "carries the ball" in high school. Under the supervision of the
coaches, the young players master the fine points and techniques of the various
types of sports. ln addition the members gain fitness of body and mind, a sense
of fair play, and cooperative sportsmanship.
Our '58-'59 Junior High teams made quite impressive' records in both football
and basketball. The football team won all the league games, the basketball team
had a 4-3 record.
Mr, Healrhy -w,,------,,--- ---c W on Deer Park .,,....,.................. Won
Reading ,,,,---- -,,- W on Lockland .... Won
Sr, Bernard ,,As,, .,..,,. W on Greenhills ..... Won
Greenhills ....,,,, ....,,,... W On WyOrT1il'1g .-... WON
Country Day ,,A,,, ,,,,, T ie Score MT. Healthy ..... .............. L ost
Reading ........ - ....... Lost
St. Bernard ...... Lost
FIRST ROW: L. Taylorg H. McConnellp H. Schleutkerg H. Blevinsg D. Tuckerf R. Melchoirreg M. Dziechf G. Mayburyf D. Meale, Manager. SECOND ROW:
E. Atkinsp D.'Windg J. Bearden, M. Staudtf R. Wells: B. McLeang E. Hurd: L. Tucker. THIRD ROW: J. Wooteny R. Stoney J. Lellf N. Amosp R. Winklerp T.
Gilbertg J. Henleyp D. Sherrill. FOURTH ROW: W. V'ilmesg L. Hughesg J. McNanieg D. Mastrullop F. Jonesg Mr. Lester Noble, Coach.
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6829 HamiH'on Avenue
The Pharmacy Thai'
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COLLEGE HILL 24. OHIO
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NORTH COLLEGE HILL
JAcIcson I-98I7 V
JAcIcson I -7027
I947 Wes+ GaIbrai+h Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL, OHIO
SLQANES MAKE YOUR HOME COMPLETE
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Super Kemfone and Kem-Glo
I8I9 Wes+ GaIbrai+h Road
Telephone: WEIos'I'er I - I 5I 5
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2I55 Cenfral Avenue
CINCINNATI I4, OHIO
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NORTH COLLEGE HILL
742I HamII'ron Avenue
JAcIcson I -7505
A CompIe+e, Modern Shop
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SCHOOL OF DANCE
Pre-School Through Ad uI+
Also Summer CIasses
6789 Savannah Avenue
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7600 HAMILTON AVENUE
FIELD 8. STREAM
SPORTING GOODS, INC.
I703 W. Galbraifh Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL
AII Kinds of SporI'ing Goods
BoaI's, Mofors, Fishing Tackle
Mofor and Gun Repair
I6IO Cedar Avenue
E. J. LOGAN
4l49 HamiI+on Avenue
ED. J. LOGAN Ki I-7577
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660I HamiI+on Avenue
NORTH COLLEGE HILL WE I-45I5
BAKER ELECTRIC COMPANY
I 723 Flora Avenue
NORTH COLLEGE HILL
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8l36 Daly al' Galbrailh
A 2285 DUCK CREEK ROAD
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NORTH COLLEG We Serve Your School
PAUL R. YOUNG
MT. HEALTHY, oi-no
I949 Wesl' Galbraifh
NorI'I1 College Hill
CINCINNATI 39, OHIO
I6I8 Llanfair Avenue
COLLEGE HILL FLORIST
"We Grow Them"
DISPLAY ROOM AND GREENHOUSES
8406 Pippin Road
Cincinnafi 39, Ohio
We Opera+e Our Own PIan'l'
GaIbrai+I1 and Daly Roads
PICK UP AND DELIVERY
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Phone Klrby I-9836
4206 Hamilion Avenue
CINCINNATI 23, OHIO
Your Hair Problem Is Our Problem
Before and A'F+er
Home of rhe Blimpy, Ifalian Sandwich
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Open: Mon., Tues., -Wed., and Thurs. 3-I2
Fri. and SaI'. 3-I a.m. Sun. 3-I2
6704 Savannah Ave.
Norfh College HiII
MRS. IRENE ANDRIACCO
NORTH HILLS VARIETY
Three Doors BeIow GaIbraiI'h on
5 and I 0 Cenfs Sfore
JAcIrson I -3482
CHARLES A. MILLER
4I38 Hamilfon Avenue
Phone Klrby I-0040
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Savannah and Galbraifh Rd.
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I942 W. GALBRAITH ROAD
CINCINNATI 39, OHIO
Gas, Oil Heafing Equipmeni'
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8227 DaIy Road
CINCINNATI 3I, OHIO
Phone: WEbsI'er I-2053
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RAY BRUNST Klrby I-2244
COLLEGE HILL PHARMACY
NorI'I1 Bend Road
PAINT 81 HARDWARE
A U I825 GaIbraII'I'1
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"ln 'Hwe Hear? of College HilI"
Mea+s, Fruifs, Vegefables
6600 Simpson Avenue
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2052 W. Galbrai+h Rd
Cincinnafi 39, Ohio
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MUSIC INSTRUCTION INSTRUMENTS
BUDDY ROGERS MUSIC CENTER
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I923 GaIbrai+h Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL 39, OHIO
BILL 81 RALPH'S
We Specialize in Sides of
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6836 HAMILTON AVENUE
JAcIcson I -3600
5330 HamiI'ron Avenue
CINCINNATI 24. OHIO
NORTH COLLEGE HILL
I94I Wes+ GaIbrai+I1 Road
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I8I3 Wesi' GaIbrai+I1 Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL, OHIO
PREscRlPTloNs DELIVERY SERVICE
67I4 Savannah Avenue
Cincinnaii 39, Ohio
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I83I W. Galbraifh NOFII1 College Hill
CINCINNATI 39. OHIO
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GaIbrai+I'i and Daly Roads
I809 W. GaIbraiI'h Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL
Bring Your Guesis
7580 Colerain Avenue
I708 W. Galbraifh Road
NORTH COLLEGE HILL
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580I Hamilion A-venue CINCINNATI 24, OHIO
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Lumber Millwork Plywoocl
630I Colerain Avenue
MT' AIR: PETE RAMPELLO
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5908 HamiI'Ion Avenue
76I8 Hamil'I'on Avenue
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I80I W. Galbrailh Road
I70I W. Galbrailli Road
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The Class of 959
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