North High School - Lens Yearbook (Eastlake, OH)

 - Class of 1958

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V' Lg ' ' ,xW 2 f N ' ,f 40' , 2 .f 1 v X I-,ill 1 3 , 2 ' - L 'lr ,1-f 5 r,,,- xXx Ylf 5 f I f K N.,r ,iff- Z Lens 5 Laur1ne Purola Lmda Thomas D1ane Frank Alrce McKay Marrlyn Patterson Carol Cox june Ackroyd Loule Crcek Carol Sanderson Ton1 Gubanc Pnscrlla Ruddrck Maureen D1gney Betty Book Woody Fulton Wayne Makowskl Mary Gmevra Barbara Meyers Suzre Roszman STAFF Edrtor Semor Edrtor Club Edrtor Club Edrtor Assrstant Club Ed1tor Underclass Edrtor Assxstant Assrstant Assrstant MUSIC Edrtor Sports Edrtor Artrst Artrst Photographer Advertrsmg Busmess Manager Secretary Typrst Adda Bogun. . . n . .Feature t L ' Dedication The 1958 Senior Class of North High School would like to acknowledge the outstanding service and friendly understanding that has been characteristic of Mr. Harry Winters during his association with the students of our High School. Mr. Winters' warm personality and thoughtful advice have made him a favorite with the entire student body and a friend of all those who have graduated in other years . It is with sincere appreciation of these outstanding qualities that we have made him the subject for the dedication of the 1958 Lens. North High School HY ,W - 7 2,'?l".L n L- My ,Af I A X L - - ' X pu I Ai I ...N- -,iv vjil' '16 l ', ... an K wg, kg ig-z the place 1tself the stage upon whlch the drama of our daily lives is enacted. . . '- ,Ha QT?" 1 . 5 ' n X xii, ,A U W5 '-s - I 'E ,gp . ',ff?'m2v2:" 15" 5 Everyday living - the routine iii, fvfaw, ifiiiifwfak iffiiafgk ii N113 fiQeQaY xixx 9 ii is se 'ga' i Ki: x N I N -Q- A ' 'n 'n 3251? i,ik,..,,: ., Q 2 of classes, the movement of daily social relationships ee- I' - S I' 1, , " 1:35 'J' . ffl, . A, 43" , ,. ' T3 is 25- 14 av . . K - D 7 Q Jw' si 1 . iw 3,- R ' 1 . and mutual 8 f'X 4 M mn :mn ex ' o f hx g . .... 0' E ,M 5 Q ,Q A o Q 0 a -- f Q ie , f Q in . 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I r ,.,........f V ' qffrnln'-lswlf'YT hxqf I .- vHn'4fUl'H of mm-aulfmhg h'lmN4l"l an 2 44"-Ni! pu? xx, 15 Board of Education It IS not d1ff1cult to est1 mate the tremendous amount of hard work and SHICCIC 111 terest that has been contrrbu ted to our school system by the members of the Board of Education and Super1ntendent J B wO0dS1d6 Throughout the w1ll0Ug'11bY Eastlake school d1str1ct the1r work and thought ful planntng IS ev1dent Our school system IS LD a constant state of expansron and lt has been the task of these people to insure that th1s growth 1S met w1th understanding and POSIUVC actron We the stu dent body of North H1gh School would l1ke to express our thanks to the Board and to Mr Wood an Slde for a Job well done rg Seated Dr JohnT Cummmg Mrs MaryB Cole Bruce Huston Standlng Robert Murphy W1111am McLaugh11n I B Woodside James T Sm1th M, .4 ' .5 , A B ---r F, . 1 N u 1 Q ' , -D . P 5 . f 1 - vl' . n 2 cott ' W V n B l f 1 1 i' Sl . 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' 1 bl' ff G45 'i ',.rY f' at 64" Sf DIANE SNYDER JUNE SOMADGE "CL"- SUE STAHLI 19-.lg DAVE STEVENSON I 42 Lm-, Q BE RNIE STONNER -1- JIM STRASSER MARGARET TANSKI .gi RON SULZER CHARLENE THOMAS IN 44" f-ev U at Q-s. AY! THELMA TANKA GARY THOMAS Kg. I 2 far' if V , . W. O O X A sy- Z X 1 A ,f gf' I ,r . I A ,O-I w If Af '-iv' 'Q 11- fl-52 gf-171' 3 'if Y""""V VIRGINIA THOMAS ELAINE VURA .ii 1 'lf Q..-.Auf JV Lap' RON TITTLE LA VERNE VERNIER 'as Mr' f-v LINDA THOMAS '57 PAT TOMSIC BIL L VE ST T17 4,4412 'Q . T ? Z: .2 : 3 'W Nj fm ' .4 4 , I V I 1 - 4 7 ' f ff I , A it y , t u Q :. Q ' 4 f IMI V - 'Q 3 . ,.., X I . '74, .i . -..... . i, l ' N, I - J lfif f-3' . Q 'lllivif'-L.'f," 53:41 ...UI X' -' .L x 'A iii . ' f J! ! 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I I X1 gen L Tb w E NORTH HIGH SCHOOL ev 0534 F463 . 9 . o H FARRAR P p Wllloughby Eastlake Cnty Schools ' EASTLAKE OHIO T I h WH 2-4600 june 1958 Members of the Class of 1958 North I-hgh School Wrlloughby Eastlake Schools The members of the Faculty and Adm1n1strat1on at North I-hgh School extend to you the members of the Sen1or Class the1r best wrshes and congratulatrons as you approach the graduatlon season We w1sh for you success and happrness rn the years that l1e ahead We hope that the thrngs you have learned durmg your hrgh school years the frrends you have made the teachers who helped you w1ll be remembered and cher 1shed by you after your graduatron 'The past four years have been eventful ones We have grown from a small hrgh school to a large one New students and new faculty mem bers have Jorned our ranks New subjects and act1v1t1es have been added to the hrgh school program New procedures and regulatrons have been necessary Crowded condrtrons resulted rn short day sessrons A new hrgh school has been bu1lt and occupred All of these resulted rn new experrences and new problems Members of the Class of l958 assumed roles of leadershlp and accepted respons1b1l1t1es rn helpmg to f1nd so lut1ons for these problems For thrs we wrsh to express our apprec1at1on We know that you have the ab1l1ty and tralnrng to make our world a better place rn wh1ch to l1ve We feel that you have grown up that you are now ready to assume your respons1b1l1t1es as crtrzens rn our democratrc system as workers and students 1n our system of free enterprrse We are proud of you In sprte of the cr1t1c1sm of young people that frequently appears 1n news art1cles and 1n magazmes we know that you are much better prepared to assume these respons1b1l1t1es than were members of prevrous generatrons Srncerely yours fffQ7M!LOAf Pr1nc1pal ? Z1 . . . . 0 3 - 2 ff' 5 H00 ' . 1 I Q I sep one: I , . , . . . . . , . 1 1 l ' Again, to you Seniors of 1958--congratulations on a job well done . ' ' ' . 'I - , 'V , . . . . . . . ' . , S rvin : as clue ' olneline ' im erlalne ' ol e Hill ' Willowick ' Hurmondole ' c ou ' i 1 W'll ghby Wll ghbyHll Q S E i 3 5 2 E 5,5 jifiasigz-f"l 9- - -- rf? W 4 , A ' sk.. Lys! gui K Og, Q MU, L W ,, -I . vit. 5 Q63 M. Nw A.. -,ad MOST DRAMATIC ABILITY Diane Frank Bill Ve s t -------.,.,-,- MOST ATTRACTIVE Laurme Purola Larry Papes szvff' Q .54 PRETTIEST I 1 I I I, .ee-sei ,-1 MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT - Ann Alpeter, jay Fickes EYES - Maureen Digney, Eddie Coker C75 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Pr1sc1lla Rudd1ck Wayne Makowsk1 '71 inf-A . Q an U ' ,Q ,ig i l 3 KSN 4 f zi lg, Z ,5 - yli I , 1 A54 ' I ' -' ' L 'I 3 . 1 4,3 I I IZ: " fi I A I I 'A 1- "IL III! ' 1: ,lf 'f ,- 4 1, . 'f -' :f!'ff. f I 3 I : iq .Q K , V ' ,f I ' 1 43' 1 , ,LV QQ, . ,. Y 1 , 5 4- 5 '! 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'-,1 :!1:.A,-i.'-:lbw if' 1 r MOST MUSICAL ABILITY PRETTIEST HAIR - Diedre Haag, Angelo M .L Molly Collins, Richie Milner auceri f-'ff 'i , v 3 N. 1 X W i- : .3151 1 e,, I Ns,-fx " WQ15., ff M 4 if A 5 ww- '1 A 1. .g 1 1 ,E 'gi .1 BEST DRESSED Betty Clappas Dave Bond -lip P' v ffm' i xl I i 2 1 2 3 9 3 F f I 3 'Q Q 5 r 1 x I E , 5 5 z f X v I s 2 ! s 5 N K sf 1,9 5 Q: Q A Q l. + ., ...., Y A A g A ul ,f SHORTEST Alice Lillich Kurt Hoffman TAL LEST Mary Crookham fN0t Shownj Dave Stevenson 74 BEST PERSONALITY - Joni Lasko, Dick Geosano BIGGEST CUT-UPS - Judy Buckner, Ron Spohn WX A.. s K Q fam! rv 'L .Y SJ.. X if W Rx K 'A' - . . k 1 x Y 3 ? S 3 Q '?'!X5E E Va ': - 5 in FRIENDLIEST - joan Brumagin, Frank Vitale PRETTIEST SMILE - Lynn Kennelly, Tom june 'sw 4-f +- 3 V. N5 Q l SHYEST Lois Ste ibi g Larry Neeld s y 4 l t x .311 W S June Ackroyd Dlane Frank Volce of Democracy Gtrls State Nat1ona1Mer1t Scholarshtp D1st1ngu1shed C1t1zens Wm ,Eff ,, f'-5s ,pnx .4 P Mia! 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"" ' 1 , N . , ' A n' S w I 'k K 4 , - e .Mn x lg, X " w , , '7 K ' A ' I x f -' A-5 f .- . 1. 2, " X -'T f-B ,, .- ' an-' 2 ' ' , 'D X 'Y 4 cacfzfuilfiw WA ""l":-1 ti L Sanderson M Gmevra J Brumagrn B Meyers M Patterson A Bogun B Book A Alpeter T Gubanc D Frank A McKay M Drgney JAckroyd W Fulton W lV13kOWSkl G Perklns P Ruddlck L Purola L Thomas Lens The Lens Ed1tor1al Staff began early last spr1ng to plan the year s work The assembl1ng of a yearbook IS a monumen tal task, requ1r1ng weeks and weeks of patient plannmg, p1cture takmg, wr1t1ng and re wr1t1ng Our task, however, was an enjoyable one Our beautrful new bu11d1ng provided an excellent background for the many photographs that are lncluded ln th1s book Usmg the many attractlve portrons of the bu1ld1ng, we have tr1ed to present the school S varlous clubs and organ1za t1ons 1n an lnformal manner We have trled to 1nclude shots of many of the 1n terestlng and un1que areas of our new school so that our students may have a p1ctor1al record of our beaut1ful new bu1ld1ng for years to come We hope you 11ke our new look th1S year, and we w1sh to thank the ent1re staff and the faculty adv1sors , Mr. James Smeed and Mr. john Platz for the t1me that they so generously gave to make our yearbook a success. , 1 t g Q 4 f Q at B H u 4 5 A . 7 .-. iii' ' 'A 5 XX 5+ ' ',:': 3' .L JL F 4 . ' U , . . ' II. 'V ' 106 ,Wop N 1 ILasko JL1ng M Morns M Brrtton K Prrce C Sm11ey C Bole S Alexander M Lucas B Murray A Mlller C Kmg C Kramer M Crookham P Rernhardt T Tanka J Schaerr L Schupmg R Hansen Lens Salesman 4 M De1Carp1n1 M Collms D Whrnnery L Thomas H Presley S Srers L Kennelly H Rotman N Rosenberger B Wordemer D Geosano P Brent P Hogg K Bohnsack P Mahoney G Hambrecht I Peters J Landman L Papes 4 ,L Q, 3 J L 1 I If 111 5 S ' fr? A 4 'hal 'Lx I 1 ' 1316 5.551 ' ' If W .1 'lk A l-- f . ,U 1 A X ' k W I NV 't v"Y' C' A X k I , l 3 r ,. Q , ' ' f" A g' P. ' H P' for "'5'4QJa :W G Perkms H Rotman M Gmevra C LaVerne C June P Hogg K Bohnsack M Rovtar D Colllns C Smrley C Kramer J Buchner M Morrrs W Fulton P Brent G Hambrecht Searchlrght Unllke most school newspapers, North's archlrght served two masters hrgh school readers and because the paper appears in the pages of the da1ly News Herald, a potentral audrence of several thousand adult readers 'Th1S double duty serves to make North's Journalrsts careful observers of the school scene and has served tlus year to el1m1nate from 1ts pages Juvenrle gossrp columns and polls of one s favorrte przza pre or Holly wood bombshell As a velucle for the Journalrstrc ab1l1ty of quahfred students, the Searchllght trres to g1Ve equal space to both the acadermc and socral aspects of school l1fe This year, under success1ve edrtorshrp of Hannah Rotman Carol june, Carole La Verne, and for a t1me, Mary jo Gmevra, the Searchlight was a sound rf unsensat1onal newspaper so sound, rn fact, that It won recognitron 1n the annual Natronal Scholas t1c Press Assocratlon competrtrons It IS a member of two other natronal Journahsm groups the Columbia Scholastrc Press Assoclatron and the Qu1ll and Scroll 108 4 x A I A , 2 at , . , 0 . . , . , . 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Q 00221 L My -all ..-------41 "X""'l Stahll E Hunko P Hogg S SICIS H Lehtonen D Anderson P Zempel P McLaugh11n M Mclntosh C LaVerne D Konro C June M Rovtar C Kramer E Rxzer D Whmnery R Hamsen P Petrovrc B Nxcholas C Taylor A Bogun B Welss L Sale: B Vest N Neubacher R Kalmer M Brassell B Snetsmger P Blake L Marhoefer D Radebaugh Pulse, an attempt to put the students' best creat1ve foot forward, IS st1l1 1n knee pants th1s P year Born late last year, the 32 page magaz1ne u serves as a sound1ng board and d1sp1ay W1Hd0W for students who fall 1nto the peuphery def1ned by Ralph Waldo Emerson Man th1nk1ng IS man ahve For thlnkers, ph11osophers, poets, however, th1nk1ng IS not enough They must communlcate Pulse was set up to g1ve them that opportumty This year more than 200 manuscnpts were subm1tted for cons1derat1on as material for Pulse pages Only about a fourth of It was re tamed for pub11cat1on Adv1sor Leonard Slom 1nsk1, 1n comment1ng upon the quahty of th1s year s mater1a1, sa1d that much of the rejected mater1a1 was better than that pub11shed in the 1rut1a1 issue of the magaz1ne Short stor1es, essays, artrcles, poetry, and or1g1nal student art work 1S featured 1n the mag az1ne. Pms srgnalhng outstandmg 11terary a ch1evement W111 be awarded 1n june. An edltor in ch1ef was not to be named un t1l the magaz1ne comes off the press . 109 Pl 1 I W' N V ' ' ' . 1 J f-1, 7 ' N. . A rj - eh ,A f - 1 I .1,. i xy I w L, 1 thpg g X - me-'-1 "'1 are ,gr .if:'f'j . .QL 4 ' ' A Q 4 BM A , I S. ', . , . , . ' , . , . , . , . ' , . . 1- . V . 'JN Student If Q, an a 1 1 ' ' if ' ' ' W A Em fm' f"c!0 y x M.Rice, V.Dun1ap, L.Whitmer, P. Kline, B.Webber, J.Barbic, P.Mil1er, M.De1 Carpini, J.Wise- man, B.Mi11er, J. Hoge, J.Tribb1e, C.Sanderson, C.l-lendershot, Joan Davis, C.Smith, P.Kaminsky, K.Cahi11, S.Lemmerman, D.McIntosh, B.Nagy, J.Hartley, P.Pernus, D.Geosano, A.Lambo, T. June, L.Cicek, D.Gogam, P.Trycoff, M.Webb, D.Ma1esky. Linda Thomas Ed Richards Jane Colle Bob Doyle Pat Greer ....., ...MW ...Ni .,, . 8 on ' ..... ..... Y -. ..- ... , W V ..... - g A- ... 5 ,W . Y 1 QW I E V' W, V i 3 : fr 9 1 3 ' mf?" ! . f Q L ,X , L 5 s I 1 4 Q 1 E i 1? si W 110 Q 2 I V Council The Student Council of North High has provided the students with outstanding lead- ership this year. Among the highlights of the school year were the Council-sponsored "Ranger Round- up," a mixer dance held at the beginning of the year, and the annual Homecoming game and dance . The Counci1's committees are working on the problems of student dress, hall mon- itors, the selection of the assemblies to be presented throughout the year, relations with Mentor High School, and the formulat- ing of a constitution. The Council consists of one representa- tive and one alternate from each homeroom, and an executive committee . Bob Boyle served as President this year, ably assisted by Eddie Richards, Vice President. Jane Colle and Pat Greer were Secretary and Treas urer, respectively. The group's advisers were Miss McKinney and Mr. Lockard. Bob Bourquard Ann Alpeter Wayne Makowski Bill Wendell ., , ..,. .- f 3 I at1onal Honor SOCICFY L 'QC X QQ 14 O x X ...unl- as Z! if L! ddlck FUI ln the name of the Nat1ona1 Honor Soc1ety, I choose These were maglc words to the 41 Juniors and semors 1nducted 1nto the Soc1ety th1S year In an 1mpress1ve ceremony conducted by 13 semors who had been chosen members of the So c1ety in the1r Jumor year, the new members were recogmzed for the1r outstand1ng scho1arsh1p leader shrp, character, and servrce H1ghl1ght1ng the assembly were the mterpretauon of the Code of the Soc1ety gwen by President George Butzer and f1V8 members, and a vocal solo by June Ackroyd. Assistmg the president in his dutres thrs year were Woody Ful ton, V1ce Pres1dent, Hannah Rotman, Secretary, and Burton Schwartz, Treasurer. 'E ""-N. i H R X J utzl?1T13n 'N-N, u B U ne .I Schwarrola XS ckfoyd ta Ma O S s'S-s-.- Peter 1 P Cox U D I Brezlgn G D. Frank, M. Gmevra, D. Anderson, T. Gubanc, M Gubanc, B.Wenrrch, M.Co111ns, I.Brumag1n. D.D1ck1nson, S.S1ers. J. Nash, A.McKay, B.Ruersch1, L Thomas, A.Cooke, E.Mart1nez, D.Wade. J.Co11e, D.Dewald, B Thamer, B.Crarty, M. Mclntosh, A.Bogun, B.Webber, N.Rosenberger, D.l-Iaag, J Lasko I.Perru11s, J. Campbell, B.Bourquard, D.Megg1nson, P. Moore, D.Sealey, B.Ham11ron, G. Wrllramson, M.Wa1de11ch, B,Vesr, J.H1psher, E.W1tt, P.Toms1c. 112 Q 0 Sp' 1.4 "QQ f 1 ' S I Q 1 fl r ' X109 Q 1 gf ' -ri' 1 7' r if 7 lgsflrl xx Q S h . , B . ff. ' Lx-PM MN xx I: fi A - ' A-A1 1' Wk, C 1' r Qi ,. y ' .R 'D ' W. , .5 1 ' . . , - . , . 1 Scholarship Club The Sch la olarshlp C1 rg6St orgamzatlons ilbv one of the schoors t en pel' Cent of 1 S CO1'nposed of th N each class 0 e upper orth v larger Countsgh s chapter 1S but a Pames 1 Orgaruzatmn com ga? of a V1 le H arvey Wickl P0 e of Mentor, Th , 1S county grou 1ffe, and Wluou hh banquet d P gets together ann g Y' an dan act Ce, wh L1a11 f Hglrlgi' Thls Year, tlighsts the 81'ouP'gn?51a W aptel' Served Udel'1tS of t n' hich was h as hosts f he North program Conggt:-3121 the Schoolvsogatgi banquet, sen from each of th? 3 Speaker and Q38 The June Ackm d f0Ur schools em cho Chapter, wrth E is the Presldent tary and Prlscluallrrlle purola ser of the local Makowskl gf Noa guddlck as TIGERS HS Secre gigldent M1SgtG 21811 IS this yeitlrer Wayne S adv1sors 1 bs and Ml' Lak: acirceuillgy e Jw M P yy E 1 nnez L Thomas T Gubanc P Rudchck W Makowskr L Purola 1 Ackroyd S Srers rv ar L Saben N Rosenberger C lune A Bo un M Mclnrosn Butzer B Hoge B Schwarrz D Brezrc H Rotrnan I Lasko P Tornsrc B Ruerscnr G Wrlharnson E Wm D Haag B Phelps P Koster h er B Crauy C Kakuga DWade B M Gubanc A McKay D Ken eres A Kenyeres B T am d D Dewald A Dannes A Cooke 1Co1Xe 1Mack !Nasn B S e Bacon D Gogarn C Cowar Webber 1Be3ger P Moore M Harbath M Rovtar K Verbecky I Gano B Bourquard L a W llschle er D Sealey D Meggmson V Dunlap L Barrko D Bousquer B Harnmon S A Wahace G Wentworth R D o g Tyxer K Cahrll Sue Furness K Wxsernan K Prerce 1 Wrsernan 11 S Murdock D Sanderson L Arrress P Lee R Napre Srandrsh B Rowies 'Y Baker lMarce a tana M Van Deusen M Patterson M Freld I Herrn B Nagy B Russo 1 Sxrnone B Suffker C M ann C Kratovna N Secrest D Zrrnrnerrnan L Teple C Danculovxc R Ladd Srnrth C org J Mrnevrc B Merrer T Konet D Fulton S Blurn .,.,,f ' . F me f K 1- 'K H O s N A - I ,. I-I . . , . . - .. A - 9 . . - 4 :xv -Q,,,M'-. Q - X' f ' , s ' . - 'fha ur u ' I rr ' . . 1 f-W.,,s,x , . N a I , . ' . 5, R 9 .I I E - , . A f' ' . r 1 , -Z, x x . ' , . , . , .. . . . . , . . . , G. 9 - , a g Q 9 ' U ' 0 - 1 - 8 0 0 . , 1 g 4 g a g 4 , a , 4 g 0 9 0 C Q 0 Q U Y I I I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' Q I g I I 0 I I I ' I ' I I I 5 I ' . J j I I I I ' I I I ' I ' I ' X I O Q 0 Q I l 0 I ' I ' I ' I ' , . . , , . 5 . g Q . . g Q s ' 1 g . . Q , . g o 9 0 s v I ' s - ' , . . . , . p - s - a - a 0 n - c , , . I, . I , . g . , . , . 1 v 3 0 I l U I Q I ' 9 Q 0 0 r'-5:-0 5-P. 'W 4.4 H Presley I Ackroyd L Purola P Ruddlck A Alpeter D Frank B Vest W Fulton A Hughes D Geosano B Book A Bogun J Klrmas E Brott G Butzer W Makowski D Harris P Hogg C Cox E Rrzer L Maitland Collins L Thomas M Morris Thespians One of North High s most active groups is the Thespian Society Its aim IS to give its members an appreciation of dramatic art through the presentation of plays throughout the year An important activity of the group is a yearly trip to the Drama Clinic held at Kent State University Here, the members learn fine points of dramatic technique, lighting, stage setting, and other production helps. Applying their knowledge of these fine points to their own presentations , the group strives for a professional quality a factor rarely found in high school productions . Their success is proven by the enthusiastic audiences who view these presentations . Scenes from two of their most memor- able productions, "The Birds and the Boys" and "Down to Earth," are presented on the opposite page. Betty Book is the President of the group, Allan Hughes is Vice Presi- dent, with Dick Geosano and Adda Bogun serving as Secretary and Treasurer, respect- ively. Norman Moyer is the group's advisor. 4 umor and Semor Class Plays 'W P8-e X l X -gy i awp 5 4 i 3 ' Vs: q 9 'QPM Fr1endsh1p Club li J Colle N Rosenberger T Gubanc P Hogg D Haag J Nash P Rlddle N Neubacher B Book J Brumagm M Gmevra J Parent H Lohmeyer C Cox B Thamer C Crawford M Del Carprm The pr1mary a1m of the Fr1end shlp Club IS to brmg to 1ts many members the opportunlty for a close useful assocrauon wrth thelr school and fellow students Tlus year the orgamzatlon was drvrded mto two groups, one com pnsed of JUIIIOIS and Semors the other of Sophomores Both groups worked together under the able dr rectron of Mrss Kmght Mrss R1e mann and Mrs Olrver Among the hrghllghts of thrs year s act1v1t1es were the All Grrl Date Party the Jornt H1 Y F C Meetmg and the rmpressrve formal rn1t1at1on ceremony The most popular event of course was the annual F C For mal held the frrst of March The dance, featurmg an underwater theme was one of the year s brg gest socral events The hrghly successful F C year was clr maxed w1th the Mother Daughter Tea whlch consrsted of a fashron show and 1nstallat1on of next year s off1cers This year s offrcers were Prrscrlla Ruddrck Presrdent as srsted by Dawn Harrrs, V1ce Pres 1dent Gaxl Doskocrl Treasurer and Mollle Gubanc Secretary M.Fie1d, K.Cahi1l, S.Furness, S.Ty1er, S. Kmjeu. D, Harris, P.Ruddick, G.Doskoci1, M.Gubanc. 116 f x,,f" Lu I Ny.: .Bu .rl ss' J- N Y -P sy' J Q Row 1 R Gubanc M Moore N Flack S Lemmerman J Jarmusch S Kushlan P Lee Row '2 S Roach J Marcella B Meyers P Miller V Dunlap J Petrulid M Moody R Fruehauf I Mihevlc R Standish Spamsh Club Habla Usted Espanol? At meetings of the Spanish Club no English is spoken, all conversation is held in Spanish This not only is a valuable educational aid as far as learn- ing to speak Spanish is concerned, but also provides much merriment at the meetings Meetings usually consist of skits, recreation, and refreshments Among the activities slated for this year s group are at- tending a Spanish movie in Cleveland, and holding un gran fiesta for Spanish Clubs of neighboring schools There are no officers this year as the members take turns presiding over the meetings Mrs Elizabeth Puyau is the club s advisor D Dewald B Vest B Ruetschr R Kleln B Wendell JCo1le C Crawford S Hobbs K Verbecky D Bousquet P Koster C Kaluga JMack D Wade F Martrch B Wexss A Dannes A Henderson D Hartman JHunt N Neubacher L CICCR P Rrddle M Arnold J McNea L Marhoefer Jlohannes K Sohl S Neth R Napletana D Z1mmerman B Russo R Ladd M Freld N Kohler M Blase D Foley N Boback S Selby R McMullen M Hartley C Redenshek S Langley C Kratovlla N Secrest M Wald E Llnd N Grarf B Strffler C Hendershot S Tyler JTr1bble D Glbson D Mallesk C Bennett K Knudson C Owen C Morgantr I Medtc C Southall K Prerce T Konet P M1ka C Dan culovlc M Patterson D Mclntosh S Hrrsch B Johannes I Plesmckner A Purnno J Lewrs S Proud J Davxs K Stewart C Smrth J McGrew R Martm I Srmone R Huntrngton J Harnbleton D Fulton S Blum T Pep1n M Van Duesen T Ackroyd Lat1n Club The Lat1n Club IS an organ1zat1on whose arm IS to promote 1nterest 1n Roman 'rustory and culture The mem b6ISh1p 1S composed of second and tlurd year students who have expressed a des1re to leam about and study class1cal Rome Mrss Kmght IS the Lat1n Club sponsor The off1cers are Consul, Dave McIntosh Pro Consul, Mar1lyn Patter son Scuba, Roseanr1e Napletana Quaestor, joe Tr1bble ' s'l' of nv u- lv 0' a- 0' :- ov ol 9' ol 0' 9- 0' u- n- 9- ' 9- 1' pu ,. ,. ,Q ,. ,. ,. g. ov 0' 9' nv 1- 9- so ga ,. ,. ,Q I' A- I' 0' lv r' sf If nl I- n 1 ,n ns ov 0' rl 9' cv nv ov ov ,, ,. ga 9. gn 9- 9- n- 9' u' 9 . ge nv rv 1- 1' ov u' uv 0- I 0 . . . - Q Q a ' ' - ' - ' 7 o . 0 ' I 1 ' ffrce Rowl P Schrrner S Boyle K Barblan M Mohon B Jordan C Brettrager B Book S Burke Row 2 M Corlew M Peoples S Stahll D Konro S Wooley L Maltland R Kalmer C Bole In the operatron of a large school there are many deta11ed dutles which requrre secretar1a1 ass1stance Mrs M111s Mrs Dejoy Mrs Whitney, - and Mrs Se1ter have throughout the year, prov1ded effxcrent manage ment of the High School offlce and have contrrbuted a great deal to the smooth, successful operat1on of the 1957 58 year Helpmg the secretar1es are the offrce pages The pages volunteer the1r time and SSFVICSS 1n order to assrst the secretar1es Wlth the de ta11s of 0ff1CE procedure ""l N-.,,Qq-A L to R B Serter M Whrtney S Deloy W M1115 x f I 1-v Us , ' ' ,. - f " , " , ' Q 1 '. . Y L Q ' l X' ',-'.'. K 4- ,,.. A.. - if 4 ' O ' N . g .: fy l.--....i..,1,-M 2 , '. rx 2 . , g - 9 n . p I 9 o U I O ' I ' ' : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . 6, , 7 ' , 3X . . . ez - - . r Y W "" 9 - 9 - W qi I Q I . , - . Q A.'r r K . . - M T 1 We K .lv . . : . , . , . , , ' , AUd1O VISUHI A1dS Members of the Aud1o V1sual Ards Club g1ve up much of the1r free trme rn servlce to the school Among the1r act1v1t1es are show1ng mov 1es for var1ous classes settmg up the Pubhc Address System for football games and the broadcastmg of muslc 1nto the cafeter1a at lunch t1me In add1t1on to the above dut1es the mem bers 1n co operat1on wxth the Enghsh depart ment a1d the speech students 1n the1r stud1es of radio broadcast1ng techmques The club is in charge of all broadcastmg such as the morn1ngP A announcements and the Pl.Lbl1C Address System used for assemblies and bas ketball games Concerts and other school performances are tape recorded by members of the group Plans for extra currlcular aCt1V1t1eS in clude a pxcnic and bowlmg There are no of ficers this year as each member works equally hard Mr Albert Dolan IS adv1sor of the group Seated JDroske Standrng B Jams R Bruss W Fowler D Keyerleber W Orloff J Peck S Hutton Chess Club Chess 1S a game requlung complete concentratlon and constant practlce The members of the North H1gh Chess Club have demonstrated mterest 1n chess learnmg and practlcmg the fme po1nts of th1s somewhat comphcated age old game The club IS sponsored by Mr Prouty 121 Row 1 V.Tumer, L.Nee1d. Row 2: E.Bauman, J.l-larwood J, Droske, C. Southall, R. Rxckett. .-,M,,,,... lx 1 Row 1 L Smrth B Nemer W Orloff Row2 T Frye B Lenz B Hamrlton K Prerce L Searles Row3 J Hoge L Saben H Dletz B Jannts J Droske W Fowler IP1ntar P Zemple B Bacon R Grable Row4 L Schweers N Wade C Kaluga W R1ce D Fox B Vest A Hughes C DBDCIOVIC J Strasser E Wm Sc1ence Club The North I-hgh Sc1ence Club IS a group composed of students Wlth spec1al 1nterests 1n the f1eld of SCISHCC The aCt1V1t1eS of th1s group of budd1ng young sc1ent1sts 1ncluded f1eld tI1pS to General Electnc The Illum1nat1ng Company and the U S Army N1ke S1te 1n W1ll0W1Ck In add1 t1on, the group sold the popular Nauts as a money mak1ng project Durlng the course of the school year each member researches and develops a project to be d1splayed before the group The most outstandmg of the club s d1splays are subm1t ted to the Sc1ence Fa1r to be judged 1n the compet1t1on The exh1b1ts are judged on both a county and state baS1S Mr Dolan and Mr Wlke are the group s sponsors The off1cers are Pres1dent, Wes Orloff VICE Pres1dent, Bob Nemer Secretary L1nda Sm1th Treasurer, B111 H3IT111tOI1 D Brezlc T Sakach S Lampe J Lew1s B Ph1fer I Kovank B Nerner S Sachrnr W Orloff Math Club North H1gh s Math Club IS a very 8Ct1Ve group of students who are 1nterested 1n extend 1ng the1r knowledge of mathemat1cs beyond the classroom The members study advanced algebra, electron1cs, topology, and work on comput1ng machmes w1th an eye to the future Bob Ne1ner IS the cha1rman of the group, and the club s adv1sor IS Mrs Randles 41- . 5 .. I A 1 M . ,,, ffl I 2 , if 1, ' , . , ,, l 7 fn S Q - j,1. . . . . , . , . . . . , . , . , . , . . . . , . , . . . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . I . Q 7 o u o '- ' 'V ll ' I - I 1 . . , . . . - . . . , . . . . . . . ! 7 7 1 U ii . Mi! -gs ' , g. 1 . 'ff.Q2.+g1rS -' Q 1 ' Q ' I -f , f b ' , ' ,.- fi el - M11 ,I fig Q L' -jnfflfg '--. , X I , 1 rf' ' . , . , . , 0 , - 9 - 0 ' A - 0 f ' . , . . . - - . , . . . . , . . , . - C3 3 QQ 1 d Rowl H Rotman M Rovtar JAnge1ucc1 W Fulton Row2 C June B Lenz E Wm T Buhl G Clem C Allman M Zemple P Moon Model Building Club The Model Airplane Club one of North s newest orgamzations IS a group of model bu1ld1ng enthusiasts who enjoy getting together to display and test the models which they have built in their free time Every Wednesday at 2 30 the boys meet on the lawn of the school to practice controlling their models They hope this will aid them when they enter the regional competitions this sprlng Bob Kapfer 1S the President of the organization B111 Pakelt1s is the Vice President and Nelson Waite is the Secretary Treasurer The club IS un der the supervision of Mr Stone 123 Camera Club The North High Camera Club is responsible for the photographing, de- veloping, and printing of most of the pictures used in the Lens and the Searchlight. They have done a remark- ably efficient job, despite the fact that they worked under a great handicap for their darkroom is not yet completed- The club meets twice monthly to study new techniques of p1cture taking and processing A new camera was re cently purchased with funds rece1ved from the club s work 1n previous years which included the photographing of the elementary children 1n the d1str1ct Mr Denny Hewitt 1S the club s ad visor The officers are President Woody Fulton VICE President Charles Allman Secretary Treasurer jim An gelucci P 0 Rowl JRasmussen L Buchner A Kappel B Lenz Row2 C Toman B Mramor L Werman B Kapferer N Waite D Mallisk R Vulmec T Sparre r z , . . , . ' , ' - I ' 0 1 9 - , f , . . . . . ' 1 - n - n - o I 9 - 9 . , ' . ' : ' , I I 3 ' ' , 3 ' a ' 0 0 C K ' 4 I 4 , , 5 ' v - ' , - el - C Q 7 H Q ,. ' Q ' s . . . X . y- I I - ' 5 . . . . . . . . 5 A ' gt 3, . . . lv 'C V' 5 . . , . . . . '1j,,A.'f5:4, U N , A 1 V 1 V -N , . I 1 . a 5 . , . . 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G , . . . . u . -it Row 1 P Rrddle M Grnevra D Wade M Rrce Row2 C Moses R Napletana Marhoefer E Arnold V Dodds Row 3 P McLaugh11n M Moody J Davrs S Hacker J Kovarrk D Llttle Row4 L Venter W Anderson P Cedarval I Mack C Crawford Standmg N Dolans J Wrse man K Wrseman S Lemmerman B Nicholas G Barr M Collms P Mrller Future Teachers of Amerrca The Future Teachers of Amerrca was orgamzed to encourage students who have a desrre to leam and to teach and who w1sh to enter the professron Act1v1t1es were numerous and rncluded several vrsrtatrons lectures, drscussrons and reports on current toprcs pertarmng to both elementary and secondary educat1on Mrss Kassrng IS the club sponsor The offrcers are Pat Rrddle Vrce Presrdent Donna Wade Secretary Donna Drckrnson Treasurer H6 Row 1 M Lrnk M Spence A Lll11Ch B Wrlson P Perl A Cooke Row2 S Hacker B Mance B Johannes S Baughman N Rosenberger L Vermer JLandman L Strebrg Row3 L Stolar C Thomas E Rrchter S Srers D Drenser L Kennelly D Wollschleger N Neubacher Future The need for qualrfred nurses to serve thrs ever expandrng populatron of ours 1S very evrdent The grrls who belong to the Future Nurses of Amerrca have expressed a desrre to enter th1s most lmportant of profes srons Durrng the year they have taken trlps to hosprtals they have seen movres on medrcal procedures, and have heard lectures on modern med rcrne Mrs Frske the school nurse 1S the club s advrsor 12 4 5 I f 1 ' ii r - . , , Q ' l 9 A ' r " 1 rr Q 'O 5 I I rl ' I I 1 - I ' f Q- 0 o 0 l 9 H ' ' I ' - if n lv a I p 4 I I f 5 N r I I 0 5 l Q Q Q 1 . 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W V I ' rbrar Staff Through the t1reless efforts of Mr Neth and h1S Lrbrary Club North s extens1ve lrbrary has been run smoothly and ef f1c1ently throughout the school year Slnce the llbrary 1S new and many th1ngs are rn the process of development, the 3Ct1V1I1eS of the club have been somewhat cur tarled Many plans are bemg made for aCt1V1tleS 1n the future however The group has become ex tremely well versed H1 the gen eral l1brary procedures Whlch are essentlal for a well run opera t1on At meetmgs of the club, 1nterest1ng l1terary S1d6llghtS have been d1scussed, such as Pat Blake 1S the Presldent of the organ1zat1on Maxme C1gler serves as Secretary Treasurer 15 -if Qwwzrw-qw L toR M Campbell M Colhns N Kohler A M1l1er S Krnjeu B Clappas D Dewald M Pursch K Franc1s S Baughman P Blake H Englehardt J WHIIC Fevold I Dav1s C5 Row 1 Dawn Hams J Colle Row 2 C Kramer N Mook K Coward P Cedarvall L Marhoefer D Wade I Mack M R1ce C Smger Row 3 M Button B Snetsmger B Cratty N Neubacher D Dewald S Sacch1n1 P Schrmer J Mcnea B Thamer B Nrcholas G Barr P R1dd1e B Webber P Mrller K Mclnrosh A Dannes Row 4 B Wendell I Hardgrove B Schultz B Dodds un1or Counc1l on World Affzurs The junror Counc1l on World Affa1rs IS an organ1zat1on wh1ch analyzes and d1s cusses current econom1c and pO11t1Ca1 problems . Students part1c1pat1ng IH th1s group have constantly researched top1cs of general 1nterest and have reported on them at club meet1ngs. Movres and speakers, and wr1tten materrals were 1ntro duced as sources of 1nformat1on and 1nterest throughout the year. The club's sponsor IS Mr. Edmundsg the Presldent IS Lorelle Marhoefer. 125 ,., . 5' 1 - CD ' I D' ' . , P-lv ' . O ' . . ' , T l o . - ' . v-h ' 1 - - " I , gf v- gl . n . F I . - - . 4" 4 I w , , ' , 9 - , , . , 4 nd . , . - 1 'gf' . s . f f . ' - .- 1 , rv ' 'Y . E- 1 ' ' ' - . M 4 ' CD 1 . , cn B . ' 1 , . ae ' I - 5 MK , - F 'ig , fo , . 1 ., 1 - , ' .. ' C5 ' , -- , H . . - - X , 2 0 - 1 -J . Q . I . S . Zn- " 1 Q y ' 7 "Q . . . 1 " 5, 5, , . I 4 ' I V K D . , , ' f M 3 9 ga LV "4 77,11 1. ' ,lf V Ui l 5' .. J, , 4 ,. , - . 4 'fi , F - 1 - f ' ' 4' , Z- ' . 1 , A fb ' ' . F' 'I ' . - D' ' 1 . . l . ' m . l Y I W ,...,, u e -n 1 ' K . Q , ' , I, fr E ' ' - - 5 . X 1 pf - A - ' ' , X . . - . r ' ,fl l.. . , , r ,X A . . 1 ' lx 1 , . 1 E. , 1, . 0 , . , 1 C ' ' ' ' M-'-A ' B U5 . . 1 ' . f 1, O 1 . ' ' 1 . .F 2 of . rl 1 1 1 . ' - ' . . '-l f- N, 1 an - 1 E! , Ar - ' .' In U1 - 7" f ' ' ' vw ' T , D. Frank, P.Ruddick, J.Lasko, A.A1peter, L.Thomas, H.Lehtonen, J.Nash, J.Cook, C,Crawford, J.Dickson, P.Schriner, J.Wiseman, E.Rizer, B.Meyers, H.Presley, B.Murray, B. Book, G.Doskocil, S.Gill, J.Petrulis, I. Schaerr, M.Field, B.Trawarha, A.Cooke, A.McKay, J.Cooke. Not pictured are Joy Campbell and Elaine Vera. XX -Club The North High School "N" Club is an organ- ization of girls who have attained a high degree of athletic competence: The girls participate in many organized and individual sports throughout the year. Included in their various activities are basketball, tumbling, volleyball, and swimming. The "N" Club contributes considerable school service. This year they decorated the goal posts at the football field, sponsored a benefit dance, and co-operated with the Varsity Club in promot- ing intramural athletics. The officers are: Diane Frank, President, Gail Doskocil, Vice President, Betty Book, Sec- retary, Sandy Gill, Treasurer. Mrs. Stafford is the club's advisor. 126 arsity Club R.Spohn, G. Perkins, J.Cul1iton, B.Doy1e, E.Richards, 1'.Gasier, R. Franics, B. Hoge, D.Brezic, T.Iune, Llrlipsher, C.Shenk, J.Fickes, B. Wendell, B.Schwartz, D.Marsh F.LeClair, F.Martich, B.Barrett, D. Gibson, J. Hoge, D.Gogarn, A.Edgell, D.Keyer leber, J.Carro1l, L.Brink1ey, B.Anderson, B. Bourquard, A.Roth, R.Sweeney, G. Har- ris, L.Papes, P.Pernus, J.Bohnsack, B. Downing, P.Va1ore, J. Buchanan, K.Bohnsack F.Vitale, R.Mi1ner, B.Mi11er, T.Baller, B.Pachnowski, M.McCo1l, M.Webb, J. Harwood, R. Fouts. The North High Varsity Club consists of all those boys who have eamed letters in a varsity sport. Among the club's various activities throughout the year were: informal and formal initiation, the johnny Bell Dance, and a joint meeting with the "N" Club. Russ Francis is President, and Mr. Foster serves as the club's advisor. . v Ai Q ff, i K H va , if' A ,-, JOHNNY BELL DANCE Hi-Y E Brott B Mellen I Gasrer W Fulton G Perkins G But zer R Spohn T Ferrrc J Frckes B Mlller B Vest A Roth R Mtlner F Vttale P Valore G Wxllramson A grove B Anderson B Schultz B Doyle P Moore G Burke J Grover W Blshop R Mrller B Downmg B Ham llton C Shenk B Wendell D Gogarn W Makowskr R Fouts A Lambo B Barrett H'-7 The North Chapter of H1 Y was cre ated to help boys establlsh, malntran, and spread hrgh standards of Chr1st1an character ln the school and the comrnu nrty The club sponsors the annual Chnstrnas formal, one of North s most popular events At thls dance, Sus1e Schultz was crowned H1 Y Sweetheart for 1958 Another of the club s act1v1 tres was a box lunch wlth the Fuend shrp Club Jrm Gas1er and Al Lambo were North s representatrves at the H1 Y Govemment Conference ln Columbus Gary Perkrns, Pat Valore jlm Gas1er, and Al Lambo attended the d1str1ct mee trng rn Hrram Offrcers for the past year were jxm Gas1er, Presldent Woody Fulton, Secretary and Evan Brott Treasurer Y HI Y SWEETHEART Sue Schultz ' I , . .- . , . . . . 5 I 1 - l Q vw f . ,. ,gg D ' I I ' ' I ' O ' ll. ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' I ' ' Edgell, J.Barker, J.Ptak, E.Richards, B.Bourquard, l.Hard- Q ' I 0 I '. I 3 D ' I ' G o - 9 - 9 - p - 1 ' is I 0 n v - O Q ,- T L Mgt . 'bij fJ"'f:f , .Wh-T " Q V V 2 si p A hav 2 ' ' 'WY C Crawford B Thamer V Dunlap B Cratty E Huey D Wollschleger J Hardgrove N Neubacher D Gogam P Rrddle A McKay A Lambo L Crcek 1-1..,.: The many events and good trmes had by the members of thrs year s jumor Class were clrmaxed by the Junror Dance The money ralsrng 3CIlV1I16S cons1sted of the sellrng of wool 1ron on letters the collectron ofjunror Class dues and the Skatrng Party wh1ch also proved to be an enjoyable trme for all those attendmg The year reached 1ts hrgh pomt at the Jun ror Dance entrtled Eleventh Heaven held rn the sprrng All the members of the class co operated w1th the leaders rn all 1ts events Thrs year s class was headed by Presrdent B111 Wendell Secre tary Helen Hohmeyer Treasurer c1l consrstmg of one representa t1ve from each homeroom The class advrsor was Mr Mrmch Class Counc1ls As the frrst graduatmg class of North Hrgh School we would lrke to acknowledge and express our tharks to all who have made thrs year a brrght and profrtable one We as a group have had many memorable ex perlences during our underclass days and throughout our senror year The old W1lloughby Unron Burld mg the spllt schedule the classes partres dances assemblres and the frrends w1ll always be well re membered Th1S fall we became the frrst sen1or class at North Hrgh School As thrs frrst class we w1ll never for et Our athletlc teams football basketball baseball and track I-Iomecommg The soreness we nursed after the Seruor Skatmg Party The most unforgettable and wonderful nrght of the year The Prom. Commencement And all the laughs, hopes, and dreams that go wrth berng a Senror. 129 E.Vura, D.Konro, G.Butzer, E.Marturez, H.Pres1ey, A Bogun, B.M1l1er, Q 1 1. . rf'-H'-""'e ' , I ' . sl - ' ' I f , 5 f r . 1 '- r T ' "' 5 o l ., ' af- .... -V 5 A A .k n ' - ,W H Bw V 5 5 4 2 , , . . . A ' v ' ' I - v l 1 f ' D . I V U . , . n "4 X U . nv . nv! ' l " 1. 5 .f .-F ,,' . . 2. - - C ' ' l ' - ' , . K - 1 X . Q' .. , ' . vii, .fr ' 4 ' - fi, 9 . 'V LL' ' , ' f ' .Q V ' , 1 5 1 if Dawn Harris, and the unior Coun- 4 -' .,k u ' .- I ' A, do ff- f..,g J ,' 25? , . H f,:f'2'f: Z q ' rf 3 :J ,".' 1 9251- xii-3 . - . , 1 g - g . , . . - 1. ' ' '. ' O ' I ' I ' l ' l ' U ' ' O i . . . , X Y F , - . . . . 9: I l 1 ' F . . 'A , a 1 s 5,4 'x 'f I A L ' 9 . s v - w W Q t 3 . 2 - A 6 . . . X is I - x . - J V A g g g 8 'Sri -- , X l ! ' 5 'N l"." I i-- 1.13, ""'3z,x5. 'o I 1 ," A , .' , 0 .Q ---:zu - mm" mf: m . EU W V I 1 if V A is i v . g , . .1 , I f Q .gn ' 'gzip . r 4 2 , 1 9 Ae 1 E, Q I . 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Row 1 D Zrnger S Boyle E Tate B Oblack M Drsbro J Ackroyd D Haag C Gruss L Kennelly S Fevold N Neu bacher C Brettrager A Walkersdorfer V Dunlap L Montanan Row 2 L McNaughton M Crookham D Hartman N Pherffle P Ruddrck G Conrad J Mack L Artress C Cox M Rrce P Tomslc A Bogun C Krug L Thomas T Gu banc J Campbell D Wade Row 3 W Makowskr C Prrce T Sakach B Pfrfer S Blum T Ackroyd C Smrth P Mc mer N Manta D Peprn R McCauley A Maucerr D Mrchner T Pepm B Lenz Jkasmussen B Foster B Hamrlton P Moore D Schultz The N H S Cholr, under the drrectron of Mr Ever son 1S an outstandmg group of selected vorces whlch performs at many school and communrty functrons throughout the school year The schedule of performances mcludes the Chrrst ---X mas Concert,part1c1pat1on rn the Lake County Musrc F estrval, and the bprmg Concert In order to fmance then' act1v1t1es the Cholr held a car wash thrs year whlch was qurte successful Offrcers thrs year were Presrdent Tom Gruelle Vrce Presrdent, Mary Lou Crookham, Secretary Treas urer, Valerre Dunlap KH' LW' Lui JZSIQ.. '19 u,h- lgl ln ll... O . .apc,r .W M, 4 M. . ' .Q k L t ,J R5 ., 5 ,f 3 . " K ' X -A K A , 4 .A .. '4 i . Q A - 2 L h nl S z p A M ' K K A I v 9 0 ' Z ' .D ' I I ' n u A , 9 . ' .1 'o ' . , . ,i . A ' Laughlin, R. Napleton, M. Gubanc, C.Crawford, S. Stahli, L. Purola, A. Costello. Row 4: T. Gruelle, R. Miller, L. Whit- K ' 4 . . . . . . . : . 7 9 v1'1w,lr ,tiff 4 x A 4, x I A ' 1 4- -at 'J .,,, i " ' kg? -f: " 9 ,I 'L.t:,'-7 " 'ir P . f 1 ' """ if I g . ' , - .V 1 1 r' I I ' ' I I I Q :mf , K I A Q q I l Q f . ""'- ' In 1 , rf , ' . 'si . V ., H V' 1 1 . Concert Band gm- .....-- x1,.l Tye gg P McLaughl1n B Bacon D Haag R Kaczynskr R Hansen N Meares C Kratovxla P Mrka M Van Deusen B Stlfler J Wmnefleld B Vest T Tanka G Doskocxl T Hussey S Forrester A Prahst M Morrrs J Burch G Evans S Furness D Krpp W Makowskx V Baker P R1dd1e B Russo R Eshbough R Ceasar J Grover D Mxchner D Parks L Walters I Dlckson V Dunlap C Marshall D Malllsk C Danclavlc E Noss P Tuttle B Law J Lewis I Strasser L Crcek R Klern D Collms R Jones B Cox J Gano N Rosenberger S Hobbs E Arnold L Kerkol B Mrller P Alexander Schweers T Ackroyd B Nmer Mr Ruddrck W Dustman D Schultz W Hrmes I Burke W Orlogg T Masun M Glasscock A Mauceu A Hughes T Peprn D Chrrsttan Concert Band 1S regarded as one the flnest high school organrzauons 1n state Each year the band Joms w1th the Chou rn the Chr1stmas and Sprrng musrc programs The1r act1v1 t1es also 1nclude partrcrpatron 1n state and d1str1ct band contests from wh1ch they have usually recelved supenor ratmgs Many band members compete 1n local and state contests on an 1nd1v1 dual basrs bnngmg credlt not only to themselves but also the school 1 NX The offlcers of the band were Presrdent Wayne Makowskr V1ce Presldent Lou1s Crcek Treasurer, Beverly Weber Secretary Judy Nash i Ili 'T 133 .+A - L A I ' had X, L 1 V ' 4 .,, Q -' V ' v-4 I - . 1 'I ' MQ ., ' s Q Y X I W q . .A L B W, ,ff V, k 7 Q ' W, A L mf I , ' ,Z H . Q v ,A W W 4 I 1 K A M my p ,va "K v , I I.Yug, I.Nash, C.Sanderson, D.Radebaugh, R. Ladd, P.Moore, L.Sa1er, F. Martich. I.Magrew, M.Patterson, K. Pierce, . , , . G, . , Q I g 0 , . I , Q , . , - . , . 9 . , 0 , . , . , 1 , 4 , - . 4 , . g . A , . , . . , ' l I ' ' 9 ' I ' I ' I ' I ' l ' 0 ' I ' l I ' I L' ' of the . ' ' ' . . . Y . , . . . 1 . , ' xl 6? 9 , . . ' i 1 9 - ' JN . , . 3 i Y' 3 ' ' T, . .4 l ,dl K Marching Band 'FW his ' Ma W T-i""',:g:m5""' 'Q vi-vp' One of the hardest working or- ganizations of North High School is the marching band, under the able direction of Mr. Charles Ruddick. This ambitious group of musicians begins its strenuous program in August. They start off with a week of marching practice at Camp Chi- biabas, and they continue to have weekly rehearsals until the end of football season. Leading the band at each half- time show were Drum Major Wayne Makowski and the five peppy ma- jorettes - Priscilla Ruddick, Diane Radebaugh, Pat McLaughlin, Die- dre Haag, and Linda Saler. Assisting the Senior Majorettes were the junior Majorettes - Kay Pierce, Sue Fumess, Reta Ladd, Karen McElhaney, and their drum major Danny Schulz. x an Majorettes N,MzSRT'fw W X, ,. lim' ' "M-.., ' N '5"i.L-.,4,.,, """"mw...,..,, W X' ,. H mi M X ess 'NH-M, 1 5 J Ackroyd Gubanc Ruddick Crookham Haag Gruss Kratovila Cox G1flS Ensemble X,- M1Xed Ensemble Gubanc Mastm Pflfer Sakach Boyle Schultz Hamdton Pflfer McLaugh11n Neubacher Wade Gruelle -v-CQ 1 AQHX Barbershop uartet rchestra E Arnold P Mlka R Fruehaut J Wmne feld JMcGrew V Dunlap E Noss P Tuttle Jlrlarnbleton JBuchanan A Prahst M Slskrnd D Yanchunas M Fleld B Haskell T Morgan P Alexander W Dustman R Martm L Smlth Not PIC tured are Tom Colllns and Jack Sohl Dance Band . ,I ,f K McElhaney K Sohl C Morganti D. Dickinson M Hannaford S Forrester M Halaburda B Stiffler M Crookham S Steinhoff K Stephan D Kipp JStrasser C Danculorte I Grover B Suladre K Boone T Sakah T Hussey F Noseworthy L Srmth Cadet Band W Makowskx D Krpp R Klexn J Strasser D Parks I Grover L Walters N Meares D Chrrstlon H Fatrbanks A Bogun B Webber D Schultz Glee Clubs "'a i UH all feg afaorzfa Football at ' Mew wa MEI? F r nl M,-f, L-W-3 'la ff Q 4 1' E if 3 7 F WKQA-,ww VSWR! 1' 1 at 'sd I g?a rv 'ga i vw 6,225,558 fc fa ra -aa pt,-:mga Aer as w M Wwpmi il ef vnu W' S' it Q'-d.su ug: xt Q 'Mew G Hams J Harwood R Fouts B Doyle R Mrlner I Gasler R Spohn J Frckes B M1ller F Llttle A Roth J Bell B Downrng B Barrett F Vxtale B Wendell D Gogarn B Hoge J Curry M McColl T Pollard C Gobeldecker L Neeld D Valentino J Buchanan L Brmkley D Grbson P Pernus T Duk F LeCla1r L Papes J Cullrton P Valore M Webb The Ranger Football Team coached by Vlc Mclntrre, began the season w1th a prev1ew game wlth W1ckl1ffe Although the North Men won 6 0 they dlsplayed a weakness on de fense whlch proved to be therr downfall dur1ng the remalnder of the season In the season opener aga1nst Harvey, DICK Mrlner scored the only touchdown after a 25 yard punt return by J1l'1'1 Gas1er The f1nal score was 27 7 The result of the home opener agamst Cleveland Luthern was more favorable 14 7 Sparkmg th1s game was Sophomore Pat Pernus who scored two touchdowns and carrred the p1gSk1Il 140 yards 1n 14 trles The remalnmg games seemed to follow a prevlous pattem of North losses Euclld, 34 14 Berea, 19 0 Garfreld Hts 41 19 Brush 41 19 Bedford 13 0 Mentor, 34 13 Maple Hts 14 13 Larry Brmkly was chosen the outstandrng back for the season he also eamed a spot on the Greater Cleveland Conference team B1ll M1ller was selected as the most valuable lme man, he was elected as honorary captam by h1s team mates 14 -1 'ff 4- Q in.. 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I-ni i qw' 514 as,-v :e air., :- E A Barbran D Stern B Doyle D Marsh A Roth B Wendell K Bohnsack T Stell T Baller C Shenk B Bourquard I Gasrer Starung the season wrth an rnexperrenced squad, Coach Brran Mc Call was able to develop dur1ng the Conference Schedule sprrlted and effectlve team Throughout the season the boys performed well, constantly 1m provmg and always competrng to the maxrmum extent of therr mdr vrdual ab1l1ues The Rangers were led by G C C scorrng cham Cal Shenk, who was ably asslsted by semors Art Roth Ken Bohn sak, and Junrors Bob Bourquard, B111 Wendell, and Deruus Stern The North Cagers f1n1shed the regular season wrth a record of 9 wlns and 8 losses They dropped therr frrst Tournament game to a hrghly rated Orange team, 66 56 SCORES Fauport Bedford Mentor Berea Cuyahoga Hts Chagrrn Falls Garfreld Hts Harvey NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH W R Academy Maple Hts Brush Bedford Berea Mentor Garfield Hts Brush Maple Hts NORT H NORT H NORT H NORTH NORT H NORT H NORT H NORT H NORT H CAPTAIN ""-T-----MM.--hw--s-..W .- W , ...r,,, If r f , O . 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' l . . . . p, V 1 ' ,' ' 45 54 . . 53 59 49 34 . 39 49 , 28 45 52 60 O V '73 68 63 58 . 54 51 72 76 ' 49 51 29 49 ' . 61 59 ' . 56 51 51 30 69 64 . 52 55 N 3' H-...nw 4 WU fi., I s M., 4" ll .4 Q i i 3' ff' 'WS' 5 x ff' ,,,,- 1llf1101f 2l1fS1fy J Carrol J Hrpsher P Klrne J Stewart J Trrbble J Hartly D Klpp T Durk P Pernus I Delro W Wnght C Marshall J Helm The junror Varsuy Basketball Team Composed entlrely of Sophomores f1n rshed a very successful season under the coachmg of Carl Custer The Jumor ed1t1on of the Rangers f1n1shed very near the top of the conference ladder wlth an all over record of ll vlctorres and 4 de feats they were undefeated on the home court 49 B.Papes, Mr Custer, Mr McCall, C Safrgan 0 0 .1 3 I 1. X . ' , Y' P' A af J ' x , V S , A , 1 fr , I Y X , t Q' , Alt.-A 1 1 , f:-53 ., A . " 'f 'v v ,y ta, r"" "' ' H' , , . Q , . . , 0 , . . , . , f A 9 - l - n I ' 9 . , . , . . 7 , - S . l Y A 'Q 'Q N Xxx ,,w...a-4--""""" i 4-, LL Li. ANN '11 JI AN IINDA Il DH 1957 1958 4 f -vur- f k VX ,. 'ini I . f ,ff A fi . v. 1 5' 2 Vg, ' E . K M , 1 lv f R' I Q , A ,guy .pxiwtr , Q !,f.r.H . , Q l .A LL ,H . Q gf "' - L Q! 1 A j .. --...... g x 1 L if , Q 3 u p-3. .5 A l an Ju I ' 'gy :J . f wr .-rv lt. 1 Q., g , - , W 'W 14 NY. M . M., Q , N . . 'Mr f " 41- 4J'.fA' L AT LY ' - Mnamm 2 k.U- A ,V kai, A .. pf Y Y , fn 'V M -K X .- H ' ' r ' ' A ,E z 5. - Q any cyl- Q 1 - ' -I K, I A "mm"- ' l -ii fa .-J' 151 pu .-.- -1... ...ig Cheerleaders x"f4 semi x VX Sl Track ff! B+ R Milner B WOUIDS T Pollard J Fxckes B Doyle T Whittington JOr1ck G Harris T Gerling C Gobelbecker B Hoge W Tung K Bohnsack D Miller D Gogarn JRauker L Schwed R Snell J Hoge T June JHarwood B Barrett G Counts D Cox L Johnson B Floyd E Richards Under the direction of Coach John Kost the 1957 Track Team completed a most successful season placing third in the league at the Greater Cleveland Conference meet In addition to the regular conference meets, the cinder men participated in relays at Mentor, Brush Berea, Euclid Mansfield, and Ohio Wesleyan Dick Miller won the Greater Cleveland Confer- ence championship in the low and high hurdles, set- ting a new record for the 180 low hurdles C M780 RTF Y , :'?-v:s.,'-2-1 r , wx... af-it 'Qa- w g ,r A iz' Mif- M .. fa-1 'TD' - x SCORES OPPONENT Maple Hts Garf1e1d Hts Harvey Mentor Brush Bedford Euc11 40 112 46 112 37 112 37 112 NORTH 70 112 '70 112 80 213 Q 3 VI V J , "N xx 1 ' Ei, : fi 41 I' K: S4 - ' ' ' gtk X' .:,. is W Q , ' " , ,I if 5 I v 741' li! 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V W f 'Z I , Lids: A I I al' '7k"f7i'f?J' 4. -.H 54k -mag 154 Baseball Q . lk Row 1 S Foster C Estes J Lattrmore I Stols J Matz H Hendershot C Loach S Lambo T Baller M Cupp Row2 R Mrller A Roth I Carroll R Fouts D Marsh B Pachnowskr C Shenk A Kmg J Bell G Perkms Row 3 C Part I Hrpsher P Moore B Phlffer D Keyerleber A Yerse B Langer A Barbxan D Valentmo T Costello J Droske COACH ST AN FOSTER The 1957 Baseball Team, coached by Stan Foster posted a season s record of 6 w1ns and 8 losses ln league play they fared better, scor1ng 5 v1ctor1es and 4 defeats Three players were named to the All Conference team Chuck Loach f1rst base Terry Baller pltcher and Hall Hendershot shortstop Harold also earned a spot on the All Scholast1c Team Desp1te the loss of stx sen1ors Hal Hendershot John Matz Chuck Loach jerry Lattrmore Sam Lam bo and 11m Sto1s Coach Foster ant1c1pates a suc cessful season 1n 1958 Returmng to the d1amond are Terry Baller Roger Fouts Cal Shenk jack I-hpsher B111 P3Cl'1I1OWSk1, John Bell 11m Carroll, Art Roth Denn1s Marsh, and Chuck Estes The leadmg h1tters for the season were Chuck Loach and Hal Hendershot, Wlth averages of 313 and 291 respectively John Bell, w1th an average of 384 proved to be the outstandtng sophomore L 'gm' 1 :..,. ,.',.',. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,... ,. ,. ,. ,. ..',.,. . :.,.' ,. ,. ,. ,. .. ,.',. ',. , 7 , . :. I 1' I Q' Q 0 JN . . .: , 1 L 1 9 . 1 ' gi. o a' -1 - 1 ' .' . . if. i 1 7 ' Y . ,. , A ey . I r HA! ll rlton E Noss Tenms The Tennrs Team coached by Ken Potter frnrshed a very successful season with a record of 3 wrns and 1 loss The Rangers were defeated rn therr b1d for a second Greater Cleveland League title by the Brush Arcs 3 2 The three victones were posted agamst Berea 3 2 Eucl1d, 5 0 and Shaw 3 2 Bob Bourquard Allen Edgell and Dale Porter played first, second and thrrd srngles respectwely Dick Needham and Bob Wendell Jorned forces for the double s teams. ll . n, :- , .n I' I ,. 4 :- . ,. f' l 3' gn ,- ,. . .. -3-4 af :f . . 1 1 . . 9'- . . ,. 9 9 ' 1. 1 a r ' l . . . 9 .. , Rowl F Wemgand B Bourquard A Edgell Muller B Wendell T Burgess D Needham D Porter Row 2 R Bacon T Morgan B Spate J Gaag B Wendell B Papes Jlordan B Ham r fdmvswi 1? Y ., fm 1 A 'x I W ? Aw' 1 I , f,,g"," "' f - A 1 g, A ' 'K' .f 141 ,il - l . o L ual!--' .4I""""" --4--.,N. '5-1 Go SCORES Wllloughby vs Opponents """"" Eucl1d Berea Chardon Parma Euclld yvffw Berea Parma W1Ckl1ffe Chardon W1Ckl1ffC Shaw D Brezlc W Blshop B Anderson G Zurm J Bohnsack The 1956 57 Golf Team came 1n 9th place 1n the Sandusky Inv1tat1onal 7th place 1n the d1str1ct lst place 1n the Cleveland News Tour nament and were champs of the Greater Cleve land Conference Bob Anderson ,hm Bohnsack George Zurm 4 H "' 5 13 ' 25 X 5 2 'v N 45 3 14 8 N X' kj 46 2 55441 gf 43 ' 5 4 ff Q 5 34 Ashtabula Harbor 14 I f or p 8. 81 36 12 'F - 18 14 4 16 ' ' 16 ' E 48 0 45 ' ' 3 48 0 158 Thls year wrestlmg was mtroduced as an mter scho lastlc sport at North l-hgh School The team, handuzapped by lack of expenence dls played aggressweness and courage throughout a d1ff1 cult schedule Everyone assoc1ated w1th the squad looks for successful seasons 1n the future e X ld QIPIH 211I1tCI12lI1CC " Lenrue Brozka John Bryan Mrs Davxes Lellflie W Cafetena Staff Bus Dnvers Do It Yourself-We Gave Up! 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I ' lt IS the year 1968 and the members of the class of 58 are to be found most anywhere dorng most anythrng If your curlosrty leads you to w1sh that you knew more about the late antrcs of the class of 58 read these pages taken from the recently publrshed drary of a member of th1s class Adda Bogun February 29 1968 Havmg returned from a prolonged stay on the moon I decided to spend a few weeks rn the company of my former school mates I boarded my collapsrble helrcopter de srgned by Elena Martrnez and was soon at the Lost Natron Alrport There I ran rnto Burton Schwartz and B1ll Jams who were workrng on a satellrte to go around the solar system rn 80 days Passlng through the busrness sectron I not1ced that many of my former classmates were pleasrng the con sumers w1th frne products From the greenhouses of Tom June and Carol June came June s Roses The favonte beverage of teenagers was Eddre s Coker n Cola Drove past the offrces of the Helen Presley Perfumery Some of those employed to SI11ff up the rare SPECIES of wrld geranrums used by the perfumery were Pat Blake Betty Bullock D1ane Zmger Pat Brent Lenore Adams Maureen Button Pat Wadley Joan Brunetz Paulme Zempel and Carol Canllo Comb1ned wrth these geranrums were the now extmct dandelrons dug up by Judy Parent and Margre Lucas The new rnsectrcrde for k1l11ng all bad l1ttle germs was Irene the Germ Krller Dropped rn at Thelma Tanka s Tea Company that employed such experts as Tom Beal Wrley Cox Donna Evans Sandra Alexander Hal Dretz Dorothy Drnday and Tom Gerald to fmd those t1ny lrttle tea leaves Over rn sunny Spam Nancy Pferfle was learmng the tender art of bullfrghtrng In town I prcked up a newspaper To my surpr1se I no trced that Gary Ahart Terry Baller and Carole LaVerne a had rmpressxve by lmes these days Especrally enjoyed Pr1sc1lla Ruddlck s feature on the women s page Your Supper From One T1n Can Also found an excellent amcle about Oluo s senators Roger Dus1 and Dave Bond D1s covered that Jay F 1CkeS had become a mult1 mrllronarre ro ducmg the favorrte chrldren s toy the NAUT Notrced two loafers on the corner Oh! Excuse the mrstakel It was two polrcemen namely Kenny Bohnsack and Chester Waseleskr They were admonlshrng Jrm Gasrer for dropping hrs bubble gum wrappers on the s1dewalk Talkrng w1thJ1m who 1S Presrdent of the Natronal Bubble Gum Club I found that many of my classmates had also been traveling B1ll Mrller was usrng lus grft of gab to convrnce the Es krmos that they needed darly 1ce cube del1very wh1le Barbara Meyers and Laurlne Purola were charmrng the Afrrcan natxves rnto the belref that they needed ballroom dancmg lessons Donna Drckmson Molly Collins Joy Campbell and Marge Tansk1 were spend1ng a few weeks rn France Havmg forgot ten therr h1gh school French, they were manag1ng qtute suc cessfully wrth a oui om and a wrnk Walked past the rmpresslve burldmg of the Charles Estes Engmeerrng Company that has become world famous for con structrng a footbrrdge to Mars Among the company s em ployees were Dave Jordan Joe Antonaccr Larry Conley El 173 C ass wood Wrtt Evan Brott Jeffrey Cochran and Jlm Carroll Talkrng to the company s receptromst Barbara Wenrlch the president s prrvate secretary Betty Clappas I learned that Drck Brezrc and George Butzer were head engrneers Stopped a few moments at the Better Beauty Shop whrch boasted servrce as qurck as ABC by Ann Alpeter Betty Book and Carol Cox Rrght next door Judy Buchner gave the frnest of marucures to pedrgreed dogs Above the beauty shop was the offrce of dentrst Donna Anderson Whxle rn the beauty shop I talked to Tom Gubanc Strong Woman of the crrcus who stopped by to have her harr done She had bu1lt up those frne muscles by workmg out at Dennrs Marsh s Muscle School and by eatrng at Cal Shenk s Spaghettr House Promrsed Tom that Iwould stop by the crrcus to catch her performance well as the performances of Alrce Angus Aerral Act and Dredre Haag who was greatly renowned for tamlng her lus crous lrons by hypnotrsm Commg out of the beauty shop I not1ced the offxce of Doctor Wayne Makowskr Australran measle specralrst Speakrng of doctors Doctor Nancy Rosenberger was dr rector of the hosprtal 1n whrch Doctors Lo1s Strebrg D1ane Drenser E1leen Rrchter Charlene Thomas Lynn Kennelly Judy V1car1o Sharon Srers Alrce L1ll1ch Drane Radebaugh and Elrzabeth Sealy performed operatrons on mrnrature dolls Decrded to get a room at Barbara Smart s Snooze A Whrle Boardrng House It should have been mentroned that you could snooze to the tune of the rmgrng doorbell for xt was constantly berng rung by such people as the grocery boy from Jack Droske s Dellcatessen the mrlkman from the George Dorman Da1ry and that very persrstent Fuller Brush man Jrm Cullrton Readmg Sue s book revrew Remrmscrng wrth Roszman I drscovered that the Jrvy Jrngles of Donna Collrns were re ce1v1ng great acclarm as was the latest whodunrt by Hannah Rotman called I Drd It DeC1d8d to spend the evenmg at Frank Vrtale s V1m and Vrgor N1ght Club On my way there I passed the Dandy Dlner of Maureen Drgney and Rosemary Derr1ck wh1ch serves a blue plate specral to all genurne In dian snake charmers rece1v1ng B A degrees from Barbara Murray s MUSIC College at Frank s nrghtspot was provrded by the North Stars consrstmg of Allan Hughes Dave Mlchener Roy Ceasar Roger Klem Jrm Lewrs Ray Kaczynskr Dave Peprn Bob Mellon and B111 Vest They featured the TomTom Trro of Lmda Gary and V1rg1n1a Thomas srngmg such fa vorites as J1v1n at Frve O Clock rn the Mormng and The Jump whrch was recently demonstrated on telev1s1on by Kurt Hoffman Master of Ceremomes Drck Geosano kept everyone 1n strtches as he lntroduced Somethlng Drck Smrth and Hrs Redheads Mary Ellen Peoples Lmda Martland and Kay Prrce Next on the floor show was the Jugglmg act of Jerry Klrmas Mmrue McM1chae1 and Gall Doskocrl Rather an unusual act w1thJarry Jugglrng the grrls mstead of plates or balls Then came that chorus lrne the Top Ten boastmg such beautres as Jeanne Schmrtz Edrth Rrzer June Somadge Judy L1ng Audrey Mrller Pat Mahoney Margre Corlew Barbara Fulton Lmda Saxe and Laurel Schuprng At the table next to me sat Jan Petrulrs who was the rnternatronal champlon of the penny p1tch1ng contest at the 1964 Olymprc . , . . 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' I 1 1 1 " ' Pro hecy Games Also saw Marv1n LeRoy who always wears su penders as a promotion for hrs company the Sendy Suspen ders Back home I tuned in Larry Neeld s Newscast What newsl' That friendly l1ttle girl from high School days Joni Lasko had outlaughed a laughing hyena Police Ch1ef Art Roth wamed aga1nSt speeds above 50 m p h when driving on the sidewalk Now for some music with Deejay Larry Papes splnmng the latest hits on his program Peppy Pops One of the commercials Caught my ear w1th these lines Go to Marge DelCarp1n1 s Dragstrip and race with such fine women drivers as Diane Frank, joyce Landman, Edna Zehe jean Peters Marie jordan Ruth Hansen Delores Camp and joan Brumagin Thus I fell asleep that f1rst day to the soft strains of the Hepcat Hop composed by Mary Crookham February 30 1968 Decided to spend the day shopping at the nearby Ron Spohn Shoppmg Center Saw Karen Pearson S Pet Shop wh1ch specializes 1n nightingales which have been taught to slng 1n four part harmony by such experts as june Ackroyd alongwith colleagues Colleen King Sue Stahli Randy McCauley A gelo Mauceri, Lois Montanarr and Dave Stevenson Passed Bob Doyle s Detective Agency The Missing Persons Bureau of the agency employs Rich Mllner Roger Fouts 11m G1e link Dave Justus, Bob Hartsough and Dave Humphrey who were kept quite busy finding people who have been lost rn the ruts of Eastlake s streets At Chester Myers Mar1ne Surplus Store I ran 1nto that five star general of the Lady Marines jan Schaerr and General jim Barb1c of the U S Army In one the store wlndows I noticed the latest dress style the box dress originated by Connie Brettrager and Carolyn Bradley also the bowl bonnet deslgned by Carol Bole and Kay Barb1an Next door was joe Mursencavage s Men s Store, which had IH 1tS wlndow the latest men s fashions, such as bunny fur vests and knickerbockers such as those worn by the salesmen Mrke Futchx Dennis Christian George Fisher, and Jerry Harwood Passed B111 jeray S jewelry, wh1ch had a special on Kathleen Kron s KooKoo Klocks Each clock contains a live cuckoo bird caught by big game hunters Tom Ferr1ck Andy Hamko Allan K1ng, and B111 Hoge Stopped 1n at B111 Pachnowskl s Putt Putt Shop wh1ch sells every kind of transportation ve hlcle from a pogo stick to a large donkey Among the sales men who were willing to demonstrate the merchandlse were Gary Kokotec Frank Little, Bernard Majercik, Stanley Ott and Chuck Patt Stoppmg by a few mmutes at North High I found that many of the Class of 58 had retumed to teach at the1r Alma Mater Among these were Maxine Clgler Mary jo Grnevra Marge Mo hun Pat Tomsic, Joanne Wait, Marge Morris, and Martha Mc Intosh Favorite subjects w1th the students were Awful Art taught by Barbara Reutschi, and the l-low Not to Study course taught by Janet Burch Decided to spend the evening at home watching telev1s1on That f1ne comedy show, V1rant s Var1et1es, starring Bob V1 rant, the ventrlloquist The show was sponsored by the Carol Smiley Secretarial School, which boasted such f1ne rnstructors in their coast to coast schools as Laveme Vemer, Pat Hogg 174 Eileen Hunko, Donna Isele, Dotty Konro Marilyn Hallck G1or1a Hambrecht Barbara Lar1ck Sue Hamilton and Brenda Wilson Among the school s courses are How to Marry the Boss s Son, and How to Sit on the Boss Lap In the late even1ng stillness I read Like magazine, which featured this week Woody Fulton s picture story of Russell Francis the U S Foreign Mrmster to the Back of Beyond Enjoyed very much Gary Perkin s story on England s Tea Dr1nk1ng Marathon Among the winners in two recent marathons were Elalne Vura who had out talked any other woman and Diane Whmnery who had outlasted all her opponents by f1ve minutes 1n the Bunny Hop Noticed an advertlsement for Nancy Murphy s Modellng School which pictured among 1ts teachers Pat Forbes Carol Hartung Rita Kalmar Pat Koutnik Beverly Lear Carolyn Kramer and Carol Faflik The top models of today had studred at IhlS school wh1ch offers such courses as How to Look L1ke a Bean Pole Read an article on Ron Pizmoht s Pep Pills It was said that no more was ever heard about their aches and ills from the people who took pep pills These pills were compounded by Steve Petras George W11 liamson Steve Russell Ivan P1ntar and Bob Terry and contain arseruc of lead Mexican jumping Beans and car bolic acid February 31 1968 L1sten1ng to that lady s program Carol Gruss Gab and pany Through the work of Dale Witt joyce Wlnpesinger Helen Schmeder Diane Snyder joanSimonc1c NancySaxe Geraldme Sar1 Pat Rernhardt and Janice Kovacic the com pany had originated the favor1te card game of m1ll1ons of glrls Ygung Bachelor Read for a while from Mlchael Waidellch s book about K1ng Flubadub in whose honor three more days had been added to the month of February On my way to the Loafer s Club I stopped at the drugstore to pur chase something for 1nd1gest1on The druggist recommended Ron Tittle s Tummy Cure This relief for rndigestion which contains frled on1ons, hot peppers, and d1ll pickles had been developed by Tom Whittington Ronald Sulzer, jim Strasser Richard Stoner, Ray Smith, John Siefert and Larry Saben Dropped in at Dick Probst s Paint and Varrush Company jaruce Yug one of the secretaries rn the office told me a bout the work of Bob Koenitzer, Drck Quinn Ken Reigle, Clark Rowland Bob Wordeiner George Showkeir and Paul Roach These young gexuuses were busy at this very moment out in Los Angeles collecting 1n their l1ttle bottles that very favorlte household f1n1sh Smog Spent my evening at the opera and thoroughly enjoyed Walter Parry s masterp1ece, Madame Caterprllar . , , S- . , , . , , , , - . , . , . , . , .. 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