North Lima High School - Echo Yearbook (North Lima, OH)
- Class of 1959
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To a great friend:
You have made our four years in high
school enjoyable and pleasant ones. Through
your encouragement, consideration, and un-
derstanding, we, the senior class, shall meet
the future with choral capabilities, enthusiasm
in playing our instruments, and innumerable
Thank you for devoting your time and un-
failing patience to enable us to appreciate
and understand music better. We want you
to know that you have our respect, admira-
tion, and sincere gratitude.
In dedicating our yearbook to you, we
want to say, "Thank you, Mr. Pellegriniln
The Class of '59
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Dr. H. P. McGregor, Donald lflser, Robert Himcs, Clerkg Wglcie Wehr, Presidcntg
Ralph Ackerman, and Paul-Swope, Vice President.
Master in Education, Kent State University
B.S. in Education, Kent State University, Youngstown
B.S. and M.S. in Education, Ohio University, Pittsburgh
Industrial Arts, Physical Education
B.S. in Education, Kansas State, Youngstown University
Science and Reading
B.S. in Education, Youngstown University
Arithmetic, junior Hi Coach
B.S. in Education, B.S. in Business Administration, Youngs-
town University. Now attending Kent State University.
Biology, Physical Education, Football Coach
B.S. in Education, Youngstown University
B.S., Kent State University
Mathematics, Laboratory Science
Otterbein College, Mount Union College, Kent State Uni-
versity, Ohio State University, A.B.
JOHN L. BURKI-IOLDER
English, Agriculture, Mathematics
B.S. and Master in Education, Ohio State University, Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh
Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, Youngsto n University
Home Economics, French
Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.
B.S. in Art Education, Youngstown University
Winona State Teachers College, University of Minnesota,
Slip ery Rock State Normal, Wooster College, Ypsilanti,
Micliigan, Ohio University.
Kent State University
Geneva College, Youngstown University
Goshen College, Youngstown University, Westminster
College, Ohio State University, B.S.
Kent State University, Youngstown University
Kent State University, B.S. in Education, Ohio University
Kent State University
Slippery Rock State, Youngstown University
Kent State University
- 'Q Kent State, Youngstown University
el PENELOPE GRUDGE
Greek VI, Socialism
Alfred E. Newman University
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Anthropology, Physical Education
-- A BARON MANFRED VON SCHNOZ
Finger Painting V, Varsity Tiddlywink Coach
U University of Moscow
Susan Lawless, Shelia Harshman, Pat Elser, Gary Richards, Mary Belle Mills, james
Kurtz, La Una Richards, Dawn Whitfielrl and janet Nichols. These students proved
quite valuable assisting Mr. Hood in the care and management of the office.
The Librarians did a sterling job of helping students
and improving library standards.
find material, keeping records
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joe Suhrie Algebra I
Barbara XX'chr Latin II
Donna Gray English II
julie Tilton Latin I
Marcia McClain English I
julia Hall Bookkeeping
janet Nichols French I
The highlight of the annual Commencement is the awarding of the Detwiler Award,
presented by Mr. Fred B. Detwiler, to the most outstanding graduating senior. The
award for the year 1959 was won by James Connaughton. The qualifications for this
award are scholarship, character, and citizenship. Only students in the upper third of
their class, scholastically speaking, may qualify for this award. The Detwiler Award
consists of a medal, a cash scholarship, and the engraving of the winner's name on a
bronze plaque. The award for the year 1958 was won by Dennis Ackerman.
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DEANNA MARIE MELLOTT
"Happy and g.1y all Ibe day,
Nerer 11 1l'07'?'J'-fLI?'6.l' fm' dung."
Class Treasurer 2. Secretary 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, Chap-
lain 3, Treasurer 43 Youth for Christ Treasurer 33
Pep Club Vice President 43 Class Play 4, Prompter
33 Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 43
Homecoming Queen 4: Lima Lite 43 Assistant
JANET HELEN THORNTON
"Mu.fic.1l mlwzl 111 iff wry bert
And ber fflflldlj' ,fmile berzlx all lbs ren."
Class Treasurer 43 Lima Lite 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y
2, 3, 4: Student Council President 43 Echo 3, 43
Scholarship 1. 23 Band 1, 2, 3, President 43
Chorus 1, 2. 3, 43 Ensemble Z3 Youth for Christ
3, 43 Class Play 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Librarian
WARD A. BROOKE
"Our rlarr preridenl if be:
Aluuyr bury ai nl bee."
Class President 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, President 43 Foot-
ball 1, 2, 4. Manager 33 Track 33 Chorus 1, 2, 31
Homecoming Attendant 43 Class Play 3, 4.
LEE A. MOORE
"If fame if meafured by beigbl.
He will be at tbe lofi."
Class Vice President 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Track
1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3,
4: Class Play 4, Stage Manager 3.
"In bi: lifzle old Ford be ramble! along
Wifb a umfe of bir band-and lben be if gone."
"Tbink of mug tbinle of jim,
Yer, ufe'll alwayr femember bimf'
"A lm!-rod lorer, 41 mf: bi: joyg
You'll find .1 friend in tbix quiet boy."
"Here'J 11 girl will: brown hair and eyef.
A pal 10 all line glllj' ,md guys."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Lima Lite 4.
JAMES BLAINE CONNAUGHTON
"In nzaibenztzlicr he did excel!
He'.r atlvleiir, Jlmrp, reully .ru'ell."
Hi-Y 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3
Track Z, 3, 4, Scholarship 2, 3, 41 Class Officer 33
Chorus 3. 43 Class Play 33 Latin Club 2.
JULIA BERNICE DATSON
"ll"lJ.1t .fbe 11.11 lair in .rmmre
Sbe b.1.r made up in I'l7'lllt'.f.'l
Tri-Hi-Y -lg Latin Club 3, Play Prompter 4,
RICHARD MAURICE DILLON
"If I fdlilt Jleep niglm, I'll sleep in clan."
Hi-Y 2, Chorus 33 Scholarship 1g Football 1, 2, 3,
43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, fig Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track
1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 4, Echo 43 Class Presi-
dent 2, 3.
NANCY CAROL FIRESTONE
"Ar head majorelie the um on the beam,
To be a nurie ir ber dream."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, Vice President 3, President 4, Pep
Club President 43 Head Maiorette 3, 4, School
Secretary 2, 3, Youth for Christ 4, Class Play
Director 4, Programs 3, Class Vice President 1, 2,
Lima Lite Art Director 3, 4, Echo 3, 43 Student
Council Secretary 4.
"Some my shes quiet
Bu! those who know ber say slJe's a riot."
Tri-Hi-Y 25 Pep Club 45 Boardman High School
DELMAR LEWIS HOUSER
"Del is real swell, good looking and smoolb,
To keep up with him, 561167 get in the groove!"
Hi-Y 25 Football 35 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Baseball
1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 15 Homecoming King
45 Dress Right Council 4,
WILLIAM JOHN GASSER
"Arguing is his chief delight,-
I rrn1'l be wrong, I must be rigblf'
Hi-Y 35 Scholarship 25 Football 3, 45 Class Play
45 Track 2, 45 Student Council 45 Echo Staff 45
Latin Club 2.
JEROLD RAYMOND GROSSEN
"A buzzing motorcycle, yep, ifs jake.
Look out for your own sake."
Boardman High School 1, 25 Homecoming At-
LEONARD B. HUFFMAN
"Always experimenting always trying.
Someday he'll end up dying."
Scholarship 1, 2, 35 Stage Manager 3: Class Play
45 Echo Co-Editor 4.
"lVise men say nolhing in dangerous times."
MARY LOU JONES
"A dm'k-lmircd girl, mmmer Jlayy
To ber u'e haze lo my good-by."
Tri-Hi-Y 2. 3, 43 Scholarship 2g Youth for
Christ 3, -lg Mixed Chorus 13 Librarian 3, 4g Class
Play Prompter 3.
JAMES EMERSON KURTZ
"Our .frhoal fnzpcr vdilor um be
Alunlyr bury .15 .1 beef
Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4, Lima Lite junior
Editor 3, Editor 4: Basketball Manager 1, 2g
Football Manager 1, 2, Baseball Manager 1,
Scholarship 1, 2g Youth for Christ 3: Office Secre-
tary 4: Class Play 3, 4: Librarian 3.
BARBARA JEAN LAWLESS
"Quiet and with moi! pleafizzg u'ay.r.'
A modern girl in modern dtIy.l'.,'
Majorette 33 Class Officer 1: Lima Lite 4.
JUDITH RUTH MACK
"Happy and gay in her own way
Wfe know a Jurrerr rbe'll be romedayf'
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 41 Youth for Christ 3. 43 Pep Club
Treasurer 4, Lima Lite 43 Librarian 2, 33 4, Latin
Club 33 Class Play Usherette 3. 4.
CAROL JEAN MCGINNIS
"lVi!b red hair and blue eye!
SlJe'J quile a bil uilb all guy."
Tri-I-Ii-Y 2. 3, Secretary 4: Cheerleader Basketball
and Football Reserve 1. Varsity 2. 3, 43 Class Play
3. 4, Class Treasurer 31 Girls' Ensemble 4, Mixed
Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Youth
for Christ 43 Lima Lite 43 Assistant Librarian 23
Homecoming Attendant 4.
JOHN DOUGLAS MCGREGOR
"I'd like 10 be barlaful,
But life girlf u'0n'z let me."
Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 49
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1. 2, 3, 4g Echo 4,
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3. 41 Class Play 3, 4.
JEAN REBECCA ORR
"Tiny and rule, bfigbf and guy:
Full of fun, razdy In play."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 43 Pep Club 43 Chorus 43 Lima Lite 43
Assistant Librarian 33 Class Play Usherette 3, 4.
"fl fm-ity girl uiib .1 low for fini:
Her lmir if Jl1l'tIj'.f muilly done."
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Chaplain 43 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3,
4: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play
2, 43 Dress Right Council President 43 Debate
Team 33 Echo 43 Youth for Christ 3, 41 Librarian
43 Lima Lite 4.
MARGARET ANN MCMEANS
"Miriie'.f happy .ill Ilya day.
Sheff .fury lu driie Ilia' lilmar .iu'.iy."
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Tri-Hi-Y 2, Program
Chairman 3. 43 Youth for Christ 3, 43 Latin Club
23 Librarian 3, 43 School Secretary 33 Pep Club 43
Girls' Ensemble 43 Class Play Prompter 4. Acl-
vertising 33 Debating Team 3.
MARY BELLE MILLS
"She .wenzr ,m friendly all lba zvbile:
She nmketr bw' uuzy u'iilJ ii uiiiiziizg mzilaf'
Tri-I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Youth for Christ 43 Lima Lite 3,
43 Office Secretary 4.
LA UNA KAY RICHARDS
"Happy am I, from ufarrier I'm freeg
IVl9y mn? they all be rontenied like me."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43
Librarian 2, 33 Office Secretary 43 Class Play 3,
Usherette 43 Lima Lite 43 Echo 4.
"Bea ir rarely full of pep
In poelry writing rladr our bert bei."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Chorus 3, 43 Class Play 3.
"His rurly hair .md guy 144131,
ll"ill t'.U'!'-Q him rpuily through the dup."
Hi-Y 33 Football 1. 2, 3, -ig Track 2, 3, 4
BEVERLY JEAN SCHLOSSER
"fl quiet little mirf ii' .rhcf
ll"'ith .4 pleafillg f7E!',l'0!l.1lllj.'l
Columbiana High School 1, 23 Lima Lite 4.
DARLA MAE SMITH
"A petite hlaude lim with quiet u'ayJ,'
A faithful friend during dirmnl days."
Tri-Hi'Y 2, 3, 43 Youth for Christ 43 Lima Lite
3, 43 Majorette 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Attendant 4.
"Calm and meek a friend to fz.ll,'
lVhnIe1'er rhdll .reehf we know Jhe'll not full."
Youth for Christ 3, -1, Secretary 43 Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 4,
DONALD E. SEIDNER
"Short iii stature, full of fun,
He i.r iz friend ta t'I'6l'-W1IIC.l'
Hi-Y 2, 33 Basketball l. 2. 3, -lg Football 2, 3, 43
Track 1, 23 Baseball 3, -ll Class Play 3, Stage
RUTH ANN SIGLE
"Ar iz rheerleader the has lolf of pep
Al dancing the if rerillg hep,"
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader Basketball and Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble
2, 3, 43 Youth for Christ 3, 4g Pep Club 43 Class
Play 3, 43 Lima Lite 43 Class Secretary 23 De-
bating Team 3g Librarian 3, 43 Echo Co-Editor 4.
CAROL ANN WEHR
"A .rlim 14'iff-Q' girl if .lbff
,'illt'.l'l.l l.111glvi11' mr1'11li."
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 43 Majorette 2, 3, 4g
Tri-Hi-Y Z, 3. lg Echo -lg Youth for Christ 3,
President -'ig Scholarship 13 Student Director 3:
Class Play -i.
"Har playful pmzikr in bw' mind 5be'll rlorey
A golden Cl7t1IlC'L'7IICc'd we my more."
Band 1, 2, 3, -lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
4g Pep Club 4, Youth for Christ 3, 4g Latin Club
2g Lima Lite 4: Echo 3, 45 Class Play Programs 3,
Advertising -1: Librarian 1, 2. 3, 4,
llTzllk.1ll1c' mid lotf of j'1ni,'
Maker 41 bil uilb ezerynrief'
Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Debate Team 3, Class Play Prompt
er 33 Chorus 2, 3. 'il Echo 41 Lima Lite -I
Librarian 4g Youth for Christ 3, 4.
"Ska 41111 .flilfb and .f1l'c'817 mid bake
Ilvblzt 11 bnu.reu'ife fha uiauld make."
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Class Play 4
Youth for Christ 3. 4.
MARION DAWN WHITFIELD
"Alu'ayJ lazzglaing and giggling, loo,
Her life we know will lZE'1'E7' be blue."
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4, Office Secretary 4,
Class Play 3, Usherette 43 Lima Lite 4, Echo 43
Girls' Ensemble 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Majorette 2,
EILEEN A. WORK
"A quiet fhtlflfi thafr wry wire "
Lima Lite 4.
ln the fall of 1958, our group entered the halls of
North Lima for the last time as high school stu-
dents. Back with us was Harry Arkwright. Yes, we
were about to embark on the busiest year of our
high school career. Under the able leadership of Mr.
Ward, who helped to ease our problems, we sponsored
record hops after the home basketball games, sold
candy, pencils, pennants and plaques, with the aid of
Mrs. Burge we edited the "Lima Lite," and with the
guidance of Mr. Fabilli we published THE ECHO
and we also sponsored the annual steak dinner. This
year, under the direction of Mrs. Desimone, we chose
"Finders Creepers," a mystery-comedy, as our class
play. At midyear the last member of our class, Frank
Zagotti, enrolled. Now we were forty-three. An out-
standing event of the year was the new addition. We
believe that the combination gym-auditorium is the
"most" and we are eagerly looking forward to gradua-
tion as we will be the first group to hold graduation
exercises in the new building.
Let's look back over the events leading up to this,
our most important event . . .
For quite sometime many eager little people had
been anxiously looking forward to a special day. Yes,
thats right. First Grade!! Well, the long anticipated
day in September of '47 had at last arrived. We ven-
tured into a new phase of our lives not knowing quite
what to expect. With the patient guidance of Mrs.
Mentzer and Mrs. Laughlin, however, we became
acquainted with our new surroundings. Eighteen mem-
bers of our present senior class were in that first grade
In second grade Miss Wellman and Mrs. Laughlin
were our capable teachers. This year our problems and
our reading were a little more difficult. Margaret
McMeans and Shirley Vitko joined our class.
Our third year was one of many new faces. Merle
Bowen, Thelma Coler, jim Connaughton, julia Dat-
son, Dick Dillon, Beverly Francis, Ed james, Deanna
Mellott, Mary Belle Mills, and Roger Schindler helped
to swell our class. Mrs. Haney and Mrs. Wetter guided
us through the first difficulties of writing and English.
Mrs. Heinl and Mrs. Kulik were our teachers in
fourth grade. Nancy Firestone, Bonnie Wilhelm
and Lee Moore joined our class. At the end of the year
we were all looking forward to fifth grade with the
exception of Margaret McMeans, who left at the end
of the year.
This year in the fifth grade we had our first
money-making project under the guidance of Mrs.
Griffiths and Mr. Steiner. We sold flower and vege-
table seeds. We also had two new faces in our class,
those of Ruth Ann Sigle and Bill Gasser. They helped
to fill the gap left by Roger Schindler who left at the
end of this year.
As sixth graders we "advanced" upstairs. Some of
us had Mr. Steiner as our teacher again and the rest
of us were across the hall in Mrs. Brady's room. We
were very happy to say "Hi" to Margaret McMeans
who had rejoined our class.
junior high at last and with it the thrill of changing
classes. Mr. Himes and Mr. Bohannes helped us
through the confusion. We welcomed two new stu-
dents into our class, Delmar Houser and Leonard
Huffman. We all looked forward to the close ofthe
year when we had our first class picnic in Mill Creek
This was our last year of junior high and our last
stop before high school. Mrs. Burge and Mrs. Erich
were our sponsors. At the end of the year we all took
the dreaded eighth grade tests and bid jean Orr
Freshmen! Gee, we felt grown up. We were naively
happy. This year for the first time Freshman Initiation
was outlawed. We had our homeroom in the study
hall with Mr. Burkholder as our sponsor and we were
happy to welcome Roger Schindler back into our class.
Our sophomore year was highlighted by our maga-
zine sales campaign. Mr. Burkholder was our sponsor
again and we still had the study hall as our home-
room. Bea Rouse joined our class along with jean Orr
who decided she just couldn't do without us. We were
sorry to see Harry Arkwright leave at the end of the
We started our junior year with a bang when we
received our long awaited class rings. It was at this
time that Loretta and jerry Grossen joined our ranks.
For the third year we had Mr. Burkholder as our
sponsor and the study hall for our homeroom. The
last semester we had the candy sales andpresented our
class play "Off the Track" under the direction of Mrs.
Desimone. Our biggest undertaking of the year was
the junior-Senior Banquet to which we devoted much
of our time and efforts . . .
Now with commencement activities under way and
our goal in sight, we are beginning to feel a pang of
regret that one of the happiest times of our lives is
fast drawing to a close. When we leave, we'll take
with us many memories, happy and sad, that we will
always cherish. Before leaving we would like to thank
all those who have helped and guided us along the
way and to welcome the juniors to the "seat of
But l!1Lll'C ltc vt 18 the OLLISIOII Illlflllly demmdmg our scrlous ittentlon It 1150 tested our
cndurxmt undcr our new ups md gov ns Attentuely we lrstencd to Rex erend Durmewold
again it was time to march.
start on the left foot, no,
right. Here we go. Nuts!!!
of step but mc.
We wish to give to all of you
A gift that you'll ne'er forget
And we hope and pray with all our hearts
'Twill be the best gift yet.
We'1l wrap it up with kindness
And to bind our friendship dear
We'll tie the corners and our bonds,
With a beautiful ribbon of care.
We'll send it special delivery
And seal it with a kiss,
Deliver it across the horizon
Your door-step not to miss.
The day will come when you'll receive
This package from a dove.
The gift that stands for purity,
For inside, you see, is love.
This gift of love and kindness
We gladly give to you
For all your thoughts and deeds well done
Our underclassmen true.
Throughout the years we both have shared
In sorrows and in joys,
The girls have favored likeness
In teachers, music and boys.
The fellows share their shopwork
And autograph the books.
Make faces at the teachers
And brownie up the cooks.
Together both have gone to shows,
Banquets and record hops
We've attended the special dances
"Homecoming" was really tops.
The hour is now approaching,
The dawn is shining through
The seniors of '59
Are bidding all "adieu."
We hand in all our homework
And welcome the end of the year
Then suddenly we realize,
That Graduation's here.
There is nothing more for us to say,
Nothing more to do,
We only wish you all the luck,
Our underclassmen true.
CLASS MOTTO-In ourselves our future lies
By our own efforts we hope to rise
COLORS-Red and white.
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We, the May class of nineteen hundred and fifty-
nine, realizing that we must soon don a dignified air
and depart as North Lima graduates, feel this to be
an opportune occasion to draw up our last will and
testament. Not because we particularly desire to part
with these treasured gifts, do we bestow them upon
someone else, but because we have acquired a few
characteristics which, if passed on and enlarged upon,
will be of some benefit to our Alma Mater.
To Mr. Snapp, our splendid superintendent and
friend, we leave a great appreciation for the oppor-
tunities he has opened for us and a great love and
respect which have grown from our educational part-
We grant those sympathetic teachers-who have
been instrumental in graduating us-the privilege of
claiming all honors bestowed upon us after we enter
the cruel world.
Not because we wish to part with him, but because
circumstances insist, we leave to the class of 1960 a
faithful sponsor, Mr. Ward, who has an oversupply
of kindness for all struggling seniors.
To the class of 1960 we do assign our share of food
and many well-fought-for places in the cafeteria line.
On this twenty-ninth day of May, we do hereby
bequeath the following of our most treasured posses-
sions to the underclassmen.
JERRY GROSSEN bequeaths to ED PERRY the
power to make all fair dames' hearts flutter when he
approaches. BEA ROUSE, the budding poet of our
class, wills to the great lover of poetry, KEITH
ARMENTROUT, her exceptional poetic talent. JIM
KURTZ leaves his headaches as editor of the "Lima
Lite" and a box of aspirin to SANDY OSTERLING.
DICK DILLON leaves a lot of uncaught-up-sleep to
JIM BROWN. DARLA SMITH wills her quiet ways
to CAROL BREGAR. To JON CULP, JIM CON-
NAUGHTON leaves his rich tenor tones. ROGER
SCHLINDER wills his fine?? penmanship to VINCE
MELLOTT so that Mrs. Desimone will not cramp
her smile trying to decipher his papers. LA UNA
RICHARDS bequeaths her earrings to CAROLYN
WHITE to use in marble contests. BILL GASSER
leaves his arguing ability and his nickname of
"Fudge" to BOB McCLAIN. To GARY MAN-
CHESTER, JUDY MACK and FRANK ZAGOTTI
will their love of pizza. DELMAR HOUSER wills
his basketball skill to JOHN JAMES to enable him to
be a varsity star in the future. DON SEIDNER leaves
his cleverness on the basketball floor at pivoting to
GEORGE KUGLER for the purpose of dodging slams
and bangs thrown at him by Mr. Lucas in government
class. MARY LOU JONES wills her unusual last
name to anyone who desires it. To RHODA ZOOK,
VALERA WEAVER bequeaths her vocal cords for
screaming. LEE MOORE leaves to JERRY HOOVER
his ability to drive with one hand. LAURA REED
wills her neatness and her French Horn to DELORES
JENKINS. Our heap big yell leaders, CAROL Mc-
GINNIS and RUTH ANN SIGLE leave their sturdy
lungs and pep to BARBARA ROBERTSON. To
DON SWOPE, WARD BROOKE leaves one-half
can of Prince Albert and also his corn-cob pipe.
LEONARD HUF FMAN wills his outstanding courage
in doing experiments to EDDIE PFAU. To DAVE
TILTON, HARRY ARKWRIGHT leaves part of his
Ford--the rattle. JOHN MCGREGOR wills his ability
as an eraser thrower and his "gift of gab" to RON-
NIE PETERS. JANET THORNTON bequeaths her
delightful giggle to LYNN GLASSFORD. We are
sure it will be duly appreciated. MARGARET Mc-
MEANS leaves to MARCIA MacFARLEND, her
height. MARYBELLE MILLS wills her many male
admirers to VIRGINIA WEBER. DEANNA MEL-
LOTT bequeaths her hard-earned detentions to
PHYLLIS PLUMMER. BEVERLY scHLossER wish-
es CAROL PRICE lots of married bliss. To BEVERLY
KOONSE, MARY VANPELT wills her artistic
talents. DAWN WHITFIELD gives her famous wise-
cracks and clever sayings to SHELIA HARSHMAN.
BARBARA LAWLESS leaves her dislike for going
to physical education class to PAT CASON. NANCY
FIRESTONE flecks a bit of dust off her millon dollar
personality and wills it to DENNIS KLINE. The
glorious golden locks that have belonged to BONNIE
WILHELM are to become the possession of RUTH
MORSE, since Ruth is tired of being a brunette. JULIS
DATSON leaves her agility as a dancer to BARBARS
QUINBY. SHIRLEY VITKO leaves five packages of
Spearmint Gum to DON MARINELLI. Directions
are: one stick before each class. MERLE BOWEN
wills his spontaneous blush to ROGER ALCORN.
THELMA COLER and EILEEN WORK bequeath all
the trials and tribulations of shorthand transcription
to JANET NICHOLS. JEAN ORR wills her cute
mannerisms to JEAN MacFARLAND. LORETTA
GROSSEN graciously bestows upon JULIE HALL her
many cheerful "Howdys." To JIM HETRIC, ED
JAMES leaves his quiet and bashful disposition. JIM
BLAKE leaves his fondness??? of economics class to
Now that we have given all that we have to give,
and we prepare to depart, let us .be mindful of our
obligations to our Alma Mater and let us profit by
the lessons learned here. Let us always keep uppermost
in our thoughts the ideals of North Lima.
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The year nineteen hundred and fifty-nine was a milestone in the history of North
Lima School. lt marked the completion of the much-needed and long-anticipated high
school addition. The structure was put into use in january of this year. Dedication
ceremonies were held on February li.
Front early preparation and planning
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. . . to opening night, cooperation was at its fullest. The result is a
beautiful building for all to enjoy and benefit.
The building was constructed by Kaiser Construction Company of Canfield, Ohio, at
a cost of over a quarter-of-a-million dollars. It contains a beautiful gymnasiunmaudi-
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Ie.idei'ship ut: Mr, Vlhirrl, Advisori Cnrul XY!-hr, President: Glen Wenger. Vice Presidentg Nitty
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The Pep Clulw W.ls newly OI'Q.lIlllCkl under the supervision of Mr, XVCSL for the sole purpose ut'
limiting schuul spirit and spurtsm.1nlike Cunduct at all times. The President was Nancy Firestoneg
Vice President. lDC'.lIN1.l Mellotti Tre.xsurer. ,Iudy Mack: Sergeant-nt-Arms. Carol McGinnis,
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A fast train is derailed on a dark rainy night. The passengers must wait in a way-
side railroad station. The crowd is thrown into pandemonium when rich Mrs. Van-
derventer discovers that her 310,000 string of pearls is missing. Someone in the
waiting room has them, hut who? Miss Pidgie, with her natural tendency for sleuthing,
looks for them and finally locates them in the most unexpected place . . . Mrs. Guarino's
lunch lvasket. They decide to have a trial. It is discovered that Mrs. Vanderventer lost
her pearls because the clasp on them was broken. The relief train arrives soon and
everyone goes happily on their way.
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Hercules Nelson and his pal, Wilbur Maxwell, are going to spend the weekend with
Hercules's uncle, who they find out much to their horror, is an undertaker. They're all
for heading home pronto, especially when they find there's another "guest" in the house,
an old boy named jason Quigley who "ran out of gas." His funeral is to be Monday.
But when Wilbur spots Celeste he decides to stay. They discover Mr. Quigley isn't
really dead. Someone tried to do away with him while he was asleep, so he evolved
a plan: he'd make his family think he was dead, then show upfat his own funeral
and trap the guilty party. Wilbur and Hercules set out to solve the case. They mess
up everything good. They get Uncle Bob mistakenly carted off to the klink and come
face to face with the culprit. The boys finally escape and everything goes back to normal.
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with a four win-five loss record for the second year
in a row. North Lima will miss the running of sen-
ior Dick Dillon, who made the first string All-lnter-
County team for the third successive year. The team
will also miss regulars Don Seidner, Lee Moore, john
McGregor, lim Connaughton, Roger Schindler, and
Frank Zagotti. Senior Lee Moore and junior Bob
McClain were named on the second string All-Inter-
County team. ,lerry Hoover and Vince Mellott were
chosen by teammates as most valuable back and most
improved back. respectively, and Bob McClain and
Louis Day were named most valuable and improved
Mr. Stoops, Mr. Pierson, and Mr. West,
the encouragement they gave the boys, are
to be thanked.
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Our reserve team gave their opponents a fighting
battle this season with Keith West as their coach. There
was never a dull moment with numerous overtimes and
screaming crowds. With 7 wins and 8 losses as a good
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The North Lima baseball team had a fairly
successt'ul season this year under the capable
leadership of Ron Stoops. XVe feel very proud
ofhuur team since we beat jackson Milton, 6-2,
for the first time in 5 years. Since we only had
one senior this year, we should have a pretty
hot team in the next three years. Best of luck!
Graduating seniors Lee Moore, Roger Schind-
ler, Dick Dillon, lim Connaughton, john Mc-
Gregor will he missed by the track team next
North Lima did not win any meets, however
we had some fine individual stars such as Denny
Klein who qualified and competed in the state
tratk meet, Dick Dillon also qualified for the
All of the seniors qualified for letters along
with Richard McGregor, Roger Cooley and
Robert Ackerman. Dennis Klein was a winner of
a 3 year trophy for winning letters all three
years in track.
.lim Reed, Louis Day, john Minteer, Bill Rob-
ertson, Tim Hill, Ronnie Weax'er, Ronnie Peters,
and Bradley Colkitt also competed for North
Lima in various track meets.
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CLASS OF '56
DON ACKERMAN-Loch Motors
LOIS ANDERSON-Mrs. Don Jones
CAROLYN BAUMAN-Mahoning National Bank
JOHN BAUMAN-Ohio Edison
LEE BROOKE-Martin Nelson's
JAMES BURKHOLDER-Ohio State University
DAVID CLINGERMAN-Nazarene College
KAREN CLOSE-Mrs. Paul Sikora
LOREN COLER--Asbestos Service Co.
KEVAN CROUSE-Youngstown University
LEAH CULP-Youngstown School of Nursing
LARRY FREER-National Rubber
LARRY HOUCH-Air Force
MARY HUEBERT--Home Savings Sc Loan
JERRY HUFFMAN-Bryan University
PAT LAWLESS-Mrs. James Anderson
BILL MACK-Metal Carbides
LENNY MCGINNIS-Metal Carbides
JERRY MOREY-Western State College
PAT NELSON-Alliance Nursing School
HENRY NEMENZ-Nemenz Market
DON ROLLER-Dollar Bank
JUDY ROLLER-Ohio Bell
JOAN SHOUP-Dana School of Music
ALICE WEISENBERGER-Stackhouse Nursery
CLASS OF '57
BOB BLAKE-Sheet 8: Tube
KENNY BROWN-East Fairfield Coal Co.
BETTY CONNAUGHTON-Youngstown University
BETTY COLER-Mrs. Pete Davis
RICHARD CROUSE-Youngstown University
MARILYN DILLON-Youngstown University
CHARLES FIRESTONE-Central Tech.
BARBARA GARRETT-Mrs. Burt Snair, Jr.
PHYLLIS GRIMM-First Federal Savings 8: Loan
KAREN HASNESS-Youngstown University
HELEN HORST-Mrs. Craig Wince
MARGERY LENZ-University of Delaware
CAROL MARTIN-Mrs. Lou Owens
ROY MAUCH-A 8: P
DEE McCAVE-Mrs. Jerry Shenefiel
SUE MELLINGER-Mrs. Don Weedon
RICHARD MELLOTT-Asbestos Service Co.
JUDY MOREY-First Federal Savings 8: Loan
POLLY PFAU-Simington and Jones
KAY RAPP-First Federal Savings 8: Loan
ROGER SHLOSSER-Air Force
BOB TAVARNAK-United Eng. Co.
KATHRYN WEAVER-Trumbull Memorial
School of Nursing
KENNETH WEAVER-Working in a mental
DON XWEEDON-Bus driver
PEGGY CASON4General Foods
CLASS OF '58
DENNIS ACKERMAN-Hiram College
JUDY COOLEY-Kent State University
ARDELL COOK--Heidelberg College
RACHEL CULP-Hannah Mullins School of Nursing
BYRON EICHORN-Youngstown University
MARY ENNEY-National Rubber
RICHARD EVANS-Sheet Sc Tube
LINDA GRAY-Youngstown University
GARY HOUCK-Daugherty 8: Sons
LEONARD HINEY-Youngstown University
DAVE LAWLESS-Al Wagner's
LAURA MARTIN-Fairview Park Hospital School
SANDRA MacFARLAND-South Side Hospital
JUNE MOREY-Metropolitan Life Insurance
MAE PETERSON-Nurses Training
JOHN ROY-Ohio State University
DANIEL STEINER-Mennonite College
RUTH SWOPE-Trumbull Memorial School of
BARBARA SCHNEIDER-Youngstown University
ROBERT SZEVVC-Century Foods
MYRON WEHR-Ohio State University
TOM WINCE-Sheet 8: Tube
CAROLYN WEISENBERGER-At home
Mr. and Mrs. Esotto Pellegrini
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Firestone
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richards
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jenkins
john L. Burkholder
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Desimone
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Schlosser
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Cason
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brooke
Mr. and Mrs Harold Smith
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Orr
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grossen
Mr. and Mrs Edward james
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Mills Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bregar
Mr. Richard Lucas
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hood
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. McMeans
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vitko Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Whitfield
Mr. and Mrs. Wade N. Wehr
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Thornton
Mr. and Mrs. R. Burge
Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wilhelm
Mr. and Mrs Roy Mellott
Mr. and Mrs. Burdette McGinnis
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reed
Mr. and Mrs Carl Moore
Mr. and Mrs. David jones
Mr. and Mrs Lester Datson
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Seidner
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ward
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dillon
Mrs. Ralph Sampsell
Mr. and Mrs. Ron Stoops
Mr. and Mrs. john Pierson
Mr. and Mrs. Crumbacker
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hess
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Snapp
Mr. Alexander Fedor
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Work
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Irons
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mahar
Mr. and Mrs. john Weaver
Mr. and Mrs
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CongraI'uIaIions Io I'I1e CLASS OF '59 From
KURTZ GULF SERVICE STATION
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Phone KI 9-2472
GULF TIRES, BATTERIES, AND ACCESSORIES
GULFEX LUBRICATION CAR WASHING
"Renew Peak Car Performance"-Fill Up Your Tank Here
Wi+h GULF CREST Every I,000 Miles.
Monroe-Ma'I'ic Shock Absorbers and Monroe Load Levelers
Sold and InsI'aIIecI.
We Carry a CompIeI'e Line of GATES Fan BeI'I's and
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FRY FUNERAL HOME
FRED B. DETWILER
No Finer Tribufe
No Greafer Cosi'
COLUMBIANA lv. 2-4500
One Large Esfablishmeni' ro
Serve You BeHer
SHEELY'S FURNITURE 84 APPLIANCES
Norfh Lima, Ohio
HW e Specialize in Built-Insa'
Norih Lima. Ohio
KI 9-3357 "On fhe Columbiana Rd."
"Flowers 'For All Kl 93273
Occasions" Cus+om Uphols+ering
EARL E. MORT
Norfh Lima, Ohio
Fresh Frui+s and Vegefables
"We Specialize in
Annuals and Perennials"
Marlxel' Ext, N. Lima
Tires "' BaHeries "' Accs.
R+. 1 Turnpike In+.
Suburban Real Esfafe
Norfh Lima, Ohio
NORTH LIMA, OHIO
KI ID II 92I65
Makes you feel preffy imporfanf, doesn'f if? You've come fhrough
fwelve rough years of books and reporf cards, defenfion periods and
childish ways - fo find your fufure sfaring you smack in fhe face.
l+'s such an uncerfain fufure-filled wifh nuclear fission and speeds
fasfer fhan sound . . . big frighfening hassles in fhe U.N. and frips info
Buf fhe mosf imporfanf fhing is fhaf fhis fufure we're falking abouf is
YOU! You'll make if or break if, keep fhe peace or fighf fhe wars, harness
fhe afom for good. or use if fo kill and maim.
Through your college years, info your professions and fhe homes you
will build . . . our besf wishes go wifh you. Graduafe-we're depending
Youngsfown's Own Sfore
Congrafulafions fo fhe Class of '59
So Near ls Grandeur fo Our Dusf,
So Nigh ls God 'ro Man,
When Dufy Whispers Low. "Thou Musf!"
The Youfh Replies, "l Can!"
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
Youngsfown, Warren, Salem, Ohio
New Casfle, Pa.
Sales and Service
Flowers for All Occasions for
on All Maior
,35 ,wand Omer Road APPLIANCES - REFRIGERATORS
Phone Sk 7-I44' FARM MILK COOLERS
Columbiana, Ohio Nor+h Lima. Ohio
IV-2-338 I KI-9-223 I
AMBULANCE - OXYGEN SERVICE
HOWARD WILSON PONTIAC CO.
I DLE-HOUR RESTAU RANT
T. A. HILL MOTORS
2I Wes'I' Park Avenue
Heavy Dufy Wrecker Serv. J. Hoey
H Dfygfs 'For All Occasions
ooigieviriffpers JEWELRY AND GIFTS
Mayfag - -
Washers and Ironers Columbmna' Ohm
Philco Appliances Phone IV 2-285I
NORTH LIMA KI-9-25I4
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BEAUTY SALON ""'Q1"'e" S
Specializing in NORTH LIMA
PERMANENT WAVES - STYLING
CUTTING - TINTING
Evenings by App+.
NORTH LIMA OHIO
Complimenis of Complimenfg
FUNERAL HOME TOWNSHIP
iv 2-3621 TQPICS
POLING 84 BACON
Construction Co., Inc.
Pipe and General Coniraciors H 81 M OIL
I0400 Soufh Avenue
YOUNGSTOWN I4, OHIO
KI 9-2578 Phone IV 2-43II
Our Sincere Congraiulaiions
+o +he Class of I959
NEMENZ SUPER MARKET
Nor+h Lima, Ohio NEW MIDDLETOWN, OHIO
YOU CAN RELAX
Shop Firs'r a+
SMITH'S FURNITURE, INC.
Franklin Furnifure Mohawk Carpefs
CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE
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WEDDINGS ' PORTRAITS ' BABIES ' COMMERCIAL
Your ECHO Pho+ographer
The Besi' In Pho+ography
2020 E. Midlofhian Blvd. Youngs+own, Ohio
B"gwfffY s+erlang 8-4069
cLAss ov 1959
THE HOME SAVINGS
UNION SAVINGS BANK
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NORTH LIMA, OHIO
Tires 'I' Bafferies 'I' Acc.
RT. 7 NORTH LIMA
PURE I. :Il NORMAN E. WOLFGANG
I sumoco PRODUCTS
PURE OIL DEALER
R+. 7 ai Calla Rd.
NORTH LIMA, OHIO
NORTH LIMA - Ki 9-3563
Tires and Accessori
ALLEN'S SHOE STORE
38 Sou+I1 Main S+ree+
PASTRY si-IOPPE COLUM,,,ANA
Boardman Plaza Qualify Shoes
SK 8-2I7I for 'I'I1e Enfire Family
Ph. - IV 2-2395
Inferseciion 7 and I4
Good CIo+I1es for Men
Phone IV 2-3628
R+. 7 af Turnpike In+erci1ange
Nor+h Lima, Ohio
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CIPRANO 8: SON
l049l So. Ave. Ext
R O Kun-:AR BROS.
R A SINCLAIR
R+- 7 sal-1 s+amps
Ki. 9-9II7 Free
Nor'l'h Lima, Ohio
Orders May Be Phonecl In
Call KI 9-9I06
NORTH LIMA, OHIO
Bank Here Always!
Where You Can Bank
MEMBER OF THE
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE
BILL AND HELEN SAKAS
Nor'rI'1 Lima Phone SK 8l544
OHIO WOODWORTH, OHIO
l049I So. Ave. Ext
WITMER IMPLEMENT SALES
CompIimen+s of C I. f
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Class of '59
SAFETY TIRE COMPANY
Gibson Greelings Cards
Finesl' in Wallpaper
School and Office Supplies
I06 S. Main Sl.
Sales and Service
Experl' Service on
All Major Appliances
Farm Milk Coolers
742 Easi Calla Road
Pl1. KI 9-3558
NORTH LIMA, OHIO
Class of '59
Frozen Goods and S+orage Locker Space
JAMES W. SWOPE, Proprie+or
Phone KI 9-2I60 Nor+h Lima, Ohio
High Quali+y S+eam and Domesfic Coal
Snodes-New Middlefown Road
Office-Columbiana-New Casfle Rd.
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S+a'Ie Licensed and Inspecfed-Reasonable Rafes
Under +I1e Personal Supervision and Managemen+ of
SK 8-I 350
MR. AND MRS. V. G. DELP
Locafed on Markei S+ree+ Ext-R+ 7
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Norlh Lima, Ohio Phone KI 9-2I44
AMOCO TURN PIKE SERVICE
Oualily Gas and Oil
We Give Every Service a Car Should Have
Roule 7, Sou'I'h of Turnpike Inferchange
Also Qualily ResI'auranI'
NORTH LIMA, OHIO
JOE DICKEY, DBA
BUSH ELECTRIC COMPANY
R+. I 65
Congrafulafions 'ro All
Marke'r S'rree1' Ex'r. Nor+h Lima
BEAVER TOWNSHIP BOOSTER CLUB
The Beaver Township Boos+ers Club is an organizalion working 'For
+he beI'+ermen+ of Beaver Township generally and Ihe Norfh Lima School
in parlicular. For +he pasl' nine years i+ has conducI'ed many worfhy pro-
iecI's and assisfed in many o'I'hers. Because of i+s efforls many communiI'y
programs and facilifies have been grea+ly improved. For example in fhe
year I957-58 i'rs proiecis included:
I. 5275.00 raised by +he sale of Chris+mas frees 'For I'he High School
2. 5250.00 raised by sponsoring I'he Gun Show for s+age equipmen+.
3. 5400.00 raised by I'he Communi+y Aucrion 'For sI'age equipment
4. Dinner and I'rip Io Ihe Gusfavus Adolphus-Youngsfown Univer-
siI'y foofball game for 'rhe High School foolball squad.
5. Took 'I'he baskelball squad +o 'rhe Universiry of PiH'sburgh-Penn
S+aI'e baske+ball game.
6. Paid for movies of 'rhe I957 Norrh Lima-Nor'rh Jackson foofball
7. Sponsored a square dance for benefir of Beaver Township Con-
sfables uniform fund.
8. Sponsored Troup 80, Boy Scou+s.
9. Co-sponsored +he Township Topics along wi+h +he School Mofhers
I0. Conduc+ed 'rhe I958 Beaver Township Cancer Drive.
I I. Conducfecl public meering and discussions of such +imely Iopics
as Zoning, Warer Service, Sewage, and Ihe New Bank of Beaver
Be a Boos+er for Beaver Township by Joining 'I'he Boosfer Club.
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Our pumpkin turnui into 21 bus at 12:00.
This was put in hcrc for the hum-fit
of all thc Seniors who wcrc tim sleepy
to sec it XYK-dncstliiy morning.
XY'l1L'i'c's thc huusc tlctcttiwg amnchody
Stole my hail?
After climbing thc Wfzlshington Monument we took ii refreshing dip in thc pool.
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