North Side High School - Legend Yearbook (Fort Wayne, IN)

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'HI A, 4 Al Glock Phil l-lcsler Redskin Grid captains seem to enjoy talking over one of the most successful football seasons at the Dome. Many Individuals North Side football players made a clean Qzh Glick sweep in the individual honor list this season. Larry Hall, Frank Schollett, Pete Lundell, and Lynn Harp were awarded positions on the All- City first team for their worthy performances. Elected to the All-City second team were Dick Snyder, Bob Pace, Dewey Senger, Al Glock, and lack Mounsey. Frank Schollett, the team's Most Valuable Player, and Pete Lundell were elected to the Northern lndiana Conference , Ecii Meister Second team. 1 f: ,,,f gl 5 Each year sports writers and coaches bestow I. highly-regarded honors to outstanding players ' H zlu lk JA by electing them to various mythical teams. , ,, ,.i, A A Bob Pace , Pairs-.i3',2'5 3:21. My f"iQ .3 "" DQWQY Senqer Frank Schollett ' . ififsii - . iffy Page 96 J' Head Coach Bob Cowan looks to his staft, consisting ot Don Bruick, Bob Traster, Bob Zimmerman, and Bob Ed- wards, for advice concerning the next tough tilt, Were Outstanding Pete Lundell was elected to the Hiqh School All America team, one of the highest honors a high school player can receive. ln addition to this Pete was elected to the Indianapolis Star All-State team. While Pace was voted a posi- tion on the Chicago Times All-State first team, Frank Schollett and Dick Snyder were awarded posts on its second team. Schollett was also elected to both the United Press first team and the Associated Press All4State team. Besides being the team's leadina scorer, Dick Snyder was voted positions on the United Press third team and the Associated Press All-State team. Phil Sheets Pete Pauliscn 'f"'l"""" j ffm? enema fn g5l,J9,!lIL Y lllllN!.ll hf,lllhI.llh nu Kit? ll ,H awwmiwllll u ng-Q--f-V e .-.-Q we - - - .. -,. ., i 1, fje- A--.e... ,elle :,.........e.. Y,,. .-.... V, ' ,-5, , , , ,.- W., ,,.,,,,, , , ,,,.,,,, ,,1, , or H, r 1 7 .- 8 1 ' 1' fr' 4 y W,-,Kg-,af 'i-gff,f,.',fry,, . ,,,, ywvuywvw ff f .fu ..,sMwW.M.. .1 mwwvwfm.u..- . v. . . are - A - .-- 2 A. . r' 4 . - rc .. Y- Q . , W... , h 5 : - f-A . 2 - , . 1 af L li I .2 Q ...A , . ,n-I, - " 'f ..,, ' Av ' ' .X 1' ' f -9 : Q:- Vf v i .-.. W . A- First row: Pace, Bogardus, Harp, Hall, Snyder, F. Schollett, Hosler, Meister, Esterline, Sheets, H. Glock, A. Glock, Derrow. Second row: Rodocker, Macy, Ducat, Duxbury, Lockwood, Stager, Belton, Ortlieb, Carpenter, Nurge, Lewis, Brooks, Third row: Gorral, Sowers, Bilger, Price, Bordsley, Fredricks, Derrow, H. Schollett, I-lenline, Shopel, Cole, Merkler, Richendollar, Wiersh. Fourth row: Paulison, Chambers, Lundell, Mounsey, Riley, Kierns, Reader, D. Glock, Halard, Anglin, Lindinburg, Seifert. Fifth row: Coach Cowan, Shaumberg, Boles, Sefton, Roeback, Peipenbrink, Ellis, Senger, Knop, Kurtz, Coach Traster, Coach Zimmerman. Gridders Blast Their Opponents Compiling an 8-l record, the Redskin gridmen completed their most success- ful season since Bob Cowan took over the post of head-coach three years ago. Only a coin-ilip denied the Cowan men the right of representing the East Division of the Northern Indiana Con- ference in the East-West playoff, but a 5-l conference record entitled them to share honors with Adams and Wash- ington of South Bend. North regained the prized City Series Crown with a 3-O record on the local scene . The first crowd to use the new stadium saw the Redskins turn back the Blue Blazers of Elkhart by a l3-O margin in their initial N.l.C. contest. Michigan City could drive no farther than North's l7 yard stripe and finally yielded, Sl-O, giving the Redskins their second con- ference victory oi the season. North's only loss came at the hands of South Bend Adams, a tussle in which the Page 98 Eagles' star, lohnny Robins, sparked his team to a l4-6 victory. Central was the first city rival to fall victim to North's crushing grid machine, by an 8-6 tally. North's sec- ond-stringers had a hand in dealing South Side a crushing 51-l9 blow, and an l8-U beating handed luckless Cen- tral Catholic clinched the city title for the Redskins. Following triumphs over Central and Washington of South Bend, North blanked South Bend Riley, l8-O, in their final effort of the season. l-lonorary captain honors were shared by Bob Pace, Dick Snyder, and E rank Schollett. Eleven other members of the l955 grid squad who will have to be replaced next season include: Phil Sheets, Larry Hall, Lynn I-larp, Bob Meister, Phil l-losler, Dewey Senger, Pete Paulison, Ralph Bogardus, Dick Esterline, Al Glock, and Hugh Glock. North North North North North North North North North 'sfiifll Io' .Nff'Z. . Eikhotrt Miohiqoh City .. . tohii Adonis Control ,S S. B. Central South Side Centro! Cothohc Vtfoshiiiqtoii S . Riley O O At D 6 19 O O Page lOO Tennis Team Hard To Beat The defending NIC champion Red- skins couldn't quite equal last year's performance as they ended the season With a 3 and 5 record in the rugged conference. Coach Myron Henderson built his squad around the three returning lettermen Harry Garnette, Alan Rosenbaum, and Ed Stone. lon Micu and Leon Kennedy com- pleted the varsity. Stone Was elected honorary captain for the season. Henderson is counting on a big turnout to help him with his giant rebuilding job for next year, as Kennedy is the only man re- turning. A special honor given the team was the opportunity oi dedicating the new laycold asphalt courts at Lafayette Park last tall. The net- ters played their closing match against Michigan City in the in- augural ceremony on the new courts. First row: Coach Henderson, Steve Hofer, Harry Garnette, Ion Micu. Second row: Ed Stone, Al Rosenbaum, Leon Kennedy, Ken Husband. Harry Game-ite demonstrates his stroke before other netiers. Ion Micu shows his con nt ation during a meet. North 2 ....,.. ,..,... S . B. Aoloms 3 North U ........ Lo Porte 5 North 5 ,.,.... ....... S . B. Control 2 North U rrr,. S. B. Riley 5 North l .... ...........r G oshen 4 North 2 Michiqom City 3 North 3 ,..... ..... M ishotwoko 2 North 5 rr,r,,r, Elkhart U Locich l-lendorszn and Coynrcxri Ed Stone toll: over the pi-ost swiscn North Side nrturrb sliolu, hiirrids with th-9 If ents after Cl well-:miahi mat. Al Hose-nl: P th-: he co ' o well- hxt bull. Page lOl Applegate hrts lor another two points as ther- Brutckmert liwecxt Central. Bruickmen Blast Their Way To a Frrst rcw: tfocxfll Don Erur-ik, Tom Lee, Gary Giessler, Drclz Hickox, Tim Arne-y, Bob Pcxce. Second row: Flon Trowbridge Drcl-: Bf.'rqltoH, Brwwr- Appleqcxte, Brll Ortlieb, Frcmk Schollett, Pete Lundell, Don Stuqer. Page 102 Nonh 60 .,,,, ,,., . ,,,A,Y,,,,,,,,, Auburn North 43 ..,,,, ,.A,..,, M uncie Central Nonh 64 N. ,,,,.,., ,AA,.Y,,,,.,,, LaPoNe Nonh 76 Y,,,,, ,,,,,,, S.B.VVadnnqwn Nonh 68... .... ....... Ehnhurm FJorU1 66 . .... ,..H .... .nljernral Nonh 53....H.MH..U.... no Nhshawaka HCHJDAY'TQURNEY Nonh 43.. .H.H HH. ....... an Hunnnqtm Nonh 70 .H ...VVahash Nonh 45 W .....Soud1Stde Noah 78 . .... ........ S.B.RHGy Nonh 69..U ..... CenUalCkHhohC Nonh 65 ........... ...... Goshen Iiordt 60 .. ... ....... Elkhcut Nonh 60... . H.SouH1SMde Nonh 57 .... ..... .N Cenuol Nonh 51 . ..... Nhdnqanijny Nonh 64 ..... .......... Concomha North 68 ..... .... S . B. Central Nonh 75. U ..VW Adanw Successful Season North brde Easlceteers wen some oi the thrrllers of Northern Indrana thts seascn. The Re-dskms' arfatest rivals, the Centrau Trqers, were handed 3 shetlamnq trcm a hard-fought qlme. All tn all, rt was a su'1:esstu1 season. Hurley" and "Eerq" talk to the refs before a ga Be rqhoft gets another jump for the red and whtte. Page 103 Cityhscorinq champ, Dick Berqhoff, puts in two more Bill Ortlieb scraps for possession of the ball in the points against Auburn. opening qame aqainsi Auburn, Coach Don Bruick led a scrappy Redskin Team throuqh a rugged schedule. Paqe 104 S 3 5 4,513 ' X. xg? ,Q Ck we . K A 14 Q, I A -2 ,ff , E..." LX if i 5 E9 i i id -Q 1 A, ,,,,,, Q UCC f X .,,,. 5 : , 11. HH MJ Riqht f Movies ore ct vitol did to student edu- cotion. These Eriqlish students ore wotchiiior the film "The Odyssey," d necessity tor dll tresh- men. Below Lett' -Dole Zirkle V 'fi' seems to loe qettinq Ct little otssistorice with his troublesome typiriq from Pot Nussel. ' Below Right fAllen Tew just Cont tiqure out those dlqeioitit problems, eveii with the help Horton. X -ar", X4 ot Steve -ww--:aiming Pdqe 7 it A 1 H,.wff""? .Q . TWV t x ,.,, , h 'T A ' ' - 'ft 'ity-scoring Jiaziip, Dick Eerqlicft, puts in two more Bill Ortheb scraps for pf omts against Aulfum. Opening ,game Gqgit, f?17 Reserves Ready and Able The Reserves were really out tiaht- iha and were Wirmina. With the time coachma of Bob Traster, they were destined to ao places. Beaten only by the better teams and Wmhiha over some oi the best teams, they had a successful sea- son. The Reserves held such suc- cessful players as Tom Lee, Who played on the varsity team most ot the time. Qther players will probably be on the varsity team ot 1957. Hicl-:ox proves his eftectivenc aqairist South Bend Adams with a beautiful drive-in shot. Paqe lU6 Frosh Rewarcled With Experience The reserve basketball team will have some good players from the Fresh in 1957, and the varsity will really aa places in '58 and '59 with this year's freshmen. rrrst row Warner Ballard D lf bnyd r Pal Rerly rl- 5 I lack Arney. Segcnd rgwz Cea-th E wards lerry P yser lirrhy lXllC1SS1lx All rm Tex I y L eh, len Haberstoclt Steve Rhodes. swf-'fri I 5151-wg "eee M age 107 Cheerleaders Lead, Fans Support Team The cheerleaders work in a team to pro- vide unison cheering ot the tans. All toot- ball and basketball games never tailed to have the cheerful faces ot the varsity cheerleaders bringing the fans through the gloomy moments. The varsity and reserve cheerleaders are chosen by a special committee in May to serve the following season of sports. At the end ot the season the cheerleaders had many cheers they could do quite well, and they had all the girls in the cheering block cheering as one, produc- ing a strong backing tor the team. The reserves act only while the reserve basketball team plays. The varsity cheer- leaders cheer while the varsity football and basketball teams play. A well-nited Chee: diivna- ly Louis Levin, Sandra U1'l+fl','Il1lll, Cami Pfntius, Minn Zirl-tie, and Marilyn flixrttziari Two luttii-it Fl-ifdskins help +:'liet:-iiffaaezs l.l 'ni Zirl-:le and lfaicl Ptiiitiiis durinfi se-'tienfilf Page lO8 S-iiridigz Unrlv-ihill and Maiilyii llaitrnixn in 'Jn IC- the floor vliewiring. v. N 2 Xa ,, 5? '-me ,. , yi North Sides Girls Cheerrng Block helped our team through a tough y th f Cheering Block Contributes Splrlt The cheering block, consisting of Red- slcin lasses, was formed for the third year. For this year the block decided to Wear red Weskits, White gloves, and red head loands and feathers. The en- thusiasm for the block was so great that many girls were Waiting to sign up hours before school opened the day it was organized. This well organized enthusiastic block helped our team through many "tough" situations. An- other major function of the cheering block was to help channel the student cheering and spirit along the right path. Page lO9 er sk IJ y Halter W-,is one ot many to get an award ith Stole Relays. More Clnclers Scorcliecl at North Once more Coach Rolla Chambers has Come up with the best track team in this area. The Big Red Cinclermen have Won most of their meets. They have Won the North, South, Cen- tral Triangular meet, team championship of the NIC Trials, and regained the North Side Relays Crown by a marain ot about twenty points. limit coa-'hes Don lfieinp, Bob Zimmerman, Bob C wan and Rolla Chambers tall: over plans for a 1 r track meet. fn ac Ouas proved a better man than Scutli Sider, Davf Redding, at the triangular meet. Flon Trowbridge, considered by most the best hurdler in the state, set many records. When he sailed over the high sticks in 14.7 seconds he became the fastest hurdler that Fort Wayne ever produced. Having Trowbridge backed by Bill Qrtlieb, a tremendous hurdler in his own right, gave North a tremendous one-two punch. North's distance men always helped the cause. lack Quas and Ed Evans in the mile along with Frank Geist and Harvey Baker in the half mile were always leading the pack for the .gi A RT is 1 A. ' V "Wx ms. "- .'.!u-of , - -f-iff' QD Ak- . Frank G-eLs' easily tal-:fs 'l.e 990 yard rin at the 'rxanui lir YIXGE' Chambermen. Fton Bowman, veteran in 440 yard dash, backed these distance men effec- tively. For the shorter distances Ron Slater and Pete Lundell took over, winning most of the dashes. The runners could always depend on the field men Tom Seifert, shot put, Dick Ester- line, high jump, Dewey Senger and Don Stager, pole vault, Bob Richards and Don Stager, broad jump. All tracksters combined their efforts for another tremendous season. First row: Richards, Trowbridge, Face, Senger, Baker, Esterlme, Hfsler, Si-Ter, Willett, Erin-:in,in, Z'l-i'1,i3.'rZ, S'1f-ltfld rcw. Witziigreuter, Lundell, Ortlieb, Ouas, Evans, Hattery, Readei, Martin, Geist, Stager, Eell, Nutrge. Third fgwz Seifert, Eolds, E. Pence, Heller, Culven, Lang, Tustiscn, Pontius, lfciher, Glcflz, T. Pen:-3. Fourth rcw: Dicat, Silger, Fair, Payne Poorman, Fidler, Ecrtcn, Servers, Zumtgaugh, Collins, Leeth. Fifth rcw: Arney, Sihiclie-'t Waters, Fzige, Vfinkler, Tcrdcn, Pereguy, Anglin, licnow, Gcrdcn, Ewing. Sixth row: Collar, Belden, Bardselx, Syxgf-, l.iridenl,iexg, Bentley. t 65' 1. ' T" ' "" ' "H , X . . ,, M ,X V f ,, , f vfvv 'V H- -W'-wa f-w:"f""' . . 'ran -',f-21"-t-Q,-, , -- U V My WV, t - V ,554 4 Q 8 .ff . Q.s-454225, M. .. A qood start helps send Ron Slater flashing across the finish line ahead Oi South and Central. it mt.,,,, .,.,,,, Page ll2 Whole Team Ron Bowman completes the first lap of the mile relay as he passes to Nuerqe. Pete Lundell finishes the mile re- lay after getting the baton from Bell by zooming past South's Terry Miller. TRACK SCHEDULE, 1956 MARCH IO ,,,,,, .,.,,A,,........,C,,,....CC,.C,,. L ansinq ITD 16 ,A,,vw ,,,,,.,,.....,,.,,C,,.,. C ulver ITD 24 ,A,A,, ,C,,....,.,,. H oosier relays iI.U.7 APRIL 7 .,,,,. ..L.,,, L.,.....,.,,,7v.,....L,...... L a Porte KHP IO ...,,L .Lv,L....,L.,L........LYL.......,.....,.,LL,,.. M uncle CTD I3 ...,,, ....,L.,,.w.....,L,......,.,,..... S outh-Central-North iCentral host-here? 21 .L.,L, ,.L.....,,L,,....,....L......,,L.. N orth Side relays 24 ,,.,.. ,.w.,L C oncordia, Central Catholic, North IC. C. host-herel 28 ...,.. .L.,.,.,LL....,.YL..,.L,,.....,.. N . I. C. Clillchartl MAY 4 ...... .......,.......,....... F reshman relay N. I. C. Finals CEllchartl 5 1 l ...... ............................ S ectional 18 ...... ......................... R eqional 26 State Has Winning Spirit v Bill Ortlieb finishes ahead of the paclc in one lea oi the high hurdles. Soph Ierry Bardsley provesitoo fast for two Centralites. Ron Trowbridge, ace hurdler, gets the tap for the third leg of the shuttle relay from Dick Este-rline. L Page II3 Q Intramural Basketball Interests Many E , Page C :VYUEIM Q' 1' ED NDRTHS1 ,rn I , W rf iifl ' r r I I 55,53 SK ' 9- " YQ SVSKI L Y 413: J 1+ is l 1 4- '19 Q5 ,, -tx -f 5 X xeamm NURYHW qfgengzlgtz- 5 r X A N. tg me g 'L " .- ' N35 , , . 1 ' rw XQDS-Me? Once again noontime intramural basketball interested the Whole school. Students Con- gregated in the gym to Watch and to cheer their tavorite team to victory. The play-otts were marked by many Clase games, and there were many upsets. The Harriers, heavy Weight champions, won their titie atter an unbeaten team was dropped in their tirst game. Members at Narth's varsity team acted as reterees during these games. 'lla-P ,nrrarrrr r rl Uri x r - packed with actzorr and 5-ici r srvrnr Harriers: ins: rg.-.1 Tern Mrrtn, Ed Evans, Fred Willett, Seiznd rew lafl: Qrras, Frank Grist, Harvey Pal:-er, Ebb Richards. Lancers' trrst :kiwi Dan +-furrrrrrrgharrr, Lee F1ep'?rrLrr'rril:, fix, Frtllf-r. Second rrww. lee Ferrvfl, Dwk Ealds, Arrnrnd Dauplarse. New Physical Education Program Initiated at North The physical education classes have new schedules this year. All phys-ed students are divided into three groups each having to take swimming, special development, and gym. Thus every- one had a chance to take swimming, it only tor six Weeks. kvFC','1Gl development classes do spec rcisv,-s tn: thr- din: cf muscles. l 1 is also a nrt cf gymnastics hers at Novlr, b'.'.'xr1i:n1ng students xr' statin turn ic! ilu- iilteen ,tv A - - 1 wr i 5HHLL0w ' Page ll5 Below' ln the library, students Work with Miss Shroyer, the librarian, cheilcing out boolls. Taking attendance and binding magazines are other tasl-is which the girls perform. Page 8 Lett-A member ot Helicon is busily handing out gifts during the club's annual trip to the Allen County Infirmary. Many clubs help North Siclers learn to work together on a variety ot projects such as this. Work Together, Girls participate IH volley Easke canon Girls Phys-Ed Program Enioyable Girls physical education is a class with a Wide range of activities from basketball to archery. The qirls enjoy every moment of physi- cal education With their friends. tlzrall is included in every qirls physical edu- program. ball for recreation. Page 116 Ripplettes Get In the Swim A membership limit of twenty girls causes keen competition for North's many mer- maids. At spring tryouts each year the members oi Ripplettes judge prospective members on their performance oi the fol- lowing skills: ballet legs, dolphins, back surface dive, revolving duets, porpoises, front dives, rhythmic strokes, waltz crawl, and front crawl. This year the Ripplettes worked on the perfection of such skills as the catalina, flamingo, and oyster. These skills will be used in the water show "Ripples in Rhythm," presented biennially. A revolving Wheel formation by the girls in Ripple-ties. Three girls do a ballet legs which all girls learn. Ripplettes line up along the pool to get in a swim. They are Iudy Winkler, Margaret Thompson, lean Hyndman. Sandra Behrens, Kay Baughman, Gwen Myers, Ioyce Sharpe, Iudy Stackhouse, Ioan Roberts, Sue Parker, and lean Moyer. 'NNNHPNM , ni, My .tan lint fs Q . Page 117 321. 'hui sw. First row: Mary Nash, Carolyn Showalter, Nancy Reighter, lackie l-lolbrock, Sharon Fletter, Carol Ann Follis, Esther Breese, and Penny Brown. Second rowg ludy Winkler, Elsie Miller, Carol Blessing, Lenora Meyer, Alice Sheak, Susan Baker, Dortha Hill, Kay Nolestine, Gloria Heck. Third row: Gene Newman, Avis l-learn, Iudy Moris, Donna Biggs, Gerry Stouder, l-le-len Woods, Carolyn Sesney, Sharon Shaw, and Eleanor Gates. G.A.A. Is of Interest to Many The Girls Athletic Association, better known as G.A.A. offers a wide variety of activity for girls. They uphold the ideals of sportsmanship, loyalty, and health. The club is guided by Miss Margaret Spiegel and Miss Ruth Carroll. Some activities offered are archery, badminton, bowling, basketball, and swimming. The basketball tourney this year was won by the team labeled Nash, lnc. Softball, tennis, and volley- ball were also offered. Besides offering sports, many social activities are included in their agenda. Formal initiation, potluck, freshman party, an after game dance, and the spring banquet keep the social affairs rolling. These offer responsibilities for everyone. many girls. Page ll8 Archery, one ot G.A.A.'s activiti s proved to lie of gre-at interest t Officers of GAA. are Sharon Fletter, Vice-President Iudy Winkler, President: and Mary Nash, Secretary. The spring banguet also holds anxiety because the officers for the following year are announced. Trophies and awards earned are also presented at this affair. The girls chosen to lead the club this year were: Iudy Winkler, President: Sharon Pletter, Vice Presidentg Mary Nash, Secretaryy Alice Sheak, Treas- urerg Nilah Castator, Iunior Repre- sentative, and Carole Peters, Sophos more Representative. These girls ac- complished many things toward im- proving the club. The G.A.A. business M 53 5 fl vs! 7 S of the L1-.A.A. IIi'fHtii+f'!S tfrlie advirniaze it tht- 3 program offered. meetings are helil on the first Monday of the month. The executive board meets on the average of once a week to plan the social functions. A new point system was introduced this year, it is now on a trial basis for the com- pletion of this semester. The girls had a choice of changing to the proposed system or remaining on the State sys- tem. The idea of changing the system is to enable more girls to get their letters before they graduate. Under the new system a service award will be given on the basis of work on committees. I' Page 119 L , . f.1 1 i msl Page 120 is f lg, 1 .V -nf:-If ,' ' -' -'ws' g,-. 'E ' 9 1 41" J J' 1 . E, iv, 1 D wg-ir' S si -in-J X .-Aewvf' f Q 1 I T Page l22 is Above, Left-Slqnina tags on "Get AC- quainted Day" are Dave Fisher, Bob Meister, Annie Filleul, Ioan Roberts, and Lynn Harp. Above, Riqhtflfvery Christmas the mem- bers of Student Council decorate a Christ- mas tree. Susie Lehman, lim Link, Larry Burger, Neil Lantz, loan Roberts, Ron Wil- son, and Lynn Harp are helping. Left-This year the Student Council sent representatives to the state and national Conventions. The delegates are Iudy Stackhouse, Dave Rinne, Ioe Iohnson, Neil Lantz, and Letty Bryce. First row: Date Pontius, lon Micu, Dan Popp, Ralph Boqardus, Al Rosenbaum, Ed Stone, Emil Deister, Gaylord Kurtz, Bob Anderson, Lynn Harp, Phil l-losler, Tim Arney, and lim Caywood. Second row: lerry Leeth, Mary Beth Schaub, Marilyn Cook, Becky l-lauqht, Sue Iones, Iannie Thomas, Mary Poe, Ioyce Sharpe, Sandra Todd, Gary Fairbanks, Bill Wissnian, Tom Gollrner, loe Iohnson, and Neil Lantz. Third row: Robert Walters, Ted Borders, Richard Harry, Larry Burger, Terry Lindenbera, lohn Stout, lim Kowalczyk, Dan Cunningham, Mike Oser, Kay Louder- milk, Linda Krracote, Kay Oliver, David l-lenry, and Larry Rodecker. t f' bun xv iq.-or H2 Student Council The purpose of Student Council is to serve as a link between the students and faculty members. It repre- sents the students in the government of school and is the coordinator of many school events. ln the fall, Student Council sponsors the Get-Acquainted Day, the purpose of which is to promote new friendships. The students are given cards of different colors according to classes, and are given extra time between periods to collect signatures of those with whom they are not well acquainted. Back-to-School Night, a council pro- ject for which members serve as guides and ushers, gives parents and teachers a chance to become better acquainted. On lunior High Day, prospective North Siders are taken on a tour of the school by student council members. During Courtesy Week, students are reminded that courtesy always counts by P.A. an- nouncements, an assembly, and a dance. The group, consisting of home room and club representatives, elected as officers for the yeary Neil Lantz, president: Ion Micu, vice-presidenty Ioyce Sharpe, secretaryp Sandra Todd, treasurer: Ed Stone, parliamentariang and Lynn Harp, sergeant-at-arrns. The advisers of the club are Mr. O. Dale Robertson, and Miss Victoria Gross. Above-The officers of Student Council are, seated, Ioyce Sharpe, Neil Lantz, and Sandra Todd. Standing are Lynn Harp, Ion Micu, and Ed Stone. Center-"Two way day" was set aside this year so that students could walk both ways on the one-way stairways. This was done in order to decide if the one-way stairways would stay in effect or not. Below-First row: Anne Robinson, Barbara Briggs, Iudy Winkler, David Stout, Dan Pontoni, Hugh Glock, Richard Snyder, Iudy Stackhouse, Sue Lehman, Bob Passwater, loan Roberts, Kay Perrin. Second row: Carol Winkler, Connie Brubaker, Alice Rudensky, Letty Bryce, Lucy McNagny, Brenda West, Paul Pederson, Ron Macy, Dave Carpenter, lean Hyndrnan, Carlene l-lanson, and Gwen Myers, Third row: Sue Walter, Pat Smith, lanice Castner, Gloria Houck, Barbara Iohnson, Dave Rinne, Ronald Wilson, lim Link, Pack Davison, Sandy Liniger, ludy Hetttnger, Marsha Adams, and Iudy Smart. ,,,,., fit B' .ln Page l23 i 5- '3iis?-SX, Q L ?,N. .v QY.9Q3:iV - Q .ww -Ss xg--4 5 if Wk , Hi ' ' ,w4'k.,'.,,.'f: Q Q A ,, ,xi wg '4 Page 124 The officers of Booster Club are: seated, Sandy Dillrnon, and stanclinq, Connie Brubaker, Dick Smith, and Don Shelly. Susan Popleti, DeeDee Bauqh- man, and Alice Budensky are buyinq concessions from mem- bers oi Booster Club, Terry Sims, Connie Brubaker, and Carol York. Gilbert Dove, lim Arens, Iucly Crush, Mr. Noel Whittern, and Don Shelly sell cokes to lohn Bhoacls and Ianet Gorcly. yr ft., w X X X, 1 l t if 1 f ' r l 1. 1 i ft X Y 1 1 T?- i 1 .J 4 .f W H' ' .. ai 1 ' ' W First row: Carol York, Elizabeth Halter, Margie Chivington, lim Parnin, and lvir. licel Whittern, advisor. Second row: ludy Bullerman, Connie Brubaker, Ianice lvfirlwfaken, lane: Licntgoinery, and Nancy Reighter. Third row: lim Arens, Gilbert Dove, Barry Brunson, Fiicharil Smith, l-Cen Conner, and Don Shelly. Booster Club The Booster Club endeavors to promote good sportsmanship and strengthen school spirit. Under the direction of its adviser, Mr. Noel Whittern, the club helps conduct pep sessions before athletic events. At sectional time this year,the chumrnade and dimrumned red and white shakers to students and band members. They cdso soki badges and rncnues ofthe teanr Any' mudenh sophonMne,junKx, or sernorrwho has earned 25 ponus orinore by working on some club project, is eligible to beamne an achve nuxnber of Boomer CHub. Une point is recorded for members who work one-half hour before a game or on projects, or who work one quarter of a varsity game. Awards are given according to the number of ponns earned. For the 195556 school yean Terry Sims was elected president, Dick Smith filled the office of vice-president, and janet Montgomery served as secretary. Point ree corderforthe year was Sandra DHhnon,and the pep sesmon channmnirwas Don Shehy. Connie Brubaker served as the Club's student councilrepresentauve. Making shakers of red and white crepe paper for the sectional tourney are Ianice McMaken and Carol York. Page 125 53 .5 ' of Above-The beach becomes a playground for these senior girls. Drying, combing, powder- ing, and just loating seem to be the order of the day. BightfSchool dances become a regular habit after every football and basketball game. These students are moving melodiously at an attergame dance. And Play Together Bottom Lett-Ambitious sophomore boys prove that "All work and no play makes lohn a dull boy," with the assistance ot their trusty Bottom Bight Cindy Blitz heartily approves toboggan. v I b.,.., ,QQ -A! . ,f mth-fc i 'lzfmzwfis raw ,.,,,:.,3g,V, , ,M Junior Red Cross This year the members of Iunior Red Cross Club were divided - into committees which all picked a different project to work on for the year. A few of the projects were: Making scrap- books for the war orphans, sponsored by Student Council: calling blood donors from the City Red Cross Chapter l-louseg , and baby-sitting at the Westfield Village recreational center. 'tw The members also took part in the lnternational Art Program, , K' which is an exhibit of paintings representing some phase of 43 . , A , American life, made by students from all schools in Fort f ,3' P f Wayne. The winners are then sent to Washington, where selections are made to be sent overseas in exchange for other works of art. North Side's exhibits were made by the art de- partment. Social activities this year included an after-game dance which was a sock hop, called the "Toe-lam lamboreef' and a picnic in May. Officers for the first semester were: lannie Thomas, president: Sandra Todd, vice-presidentg lon Micu, secretaryp and Mary Poe, treasurer. The second semester, Sandra Todd filled the office of presidentg Iannie The Officers Of lunief Red CYOSS CHE' Thomas, vice-presidenty Ion Micu, secretaryy and Kay Baugh' Mr. Charles Clark, sponsor: lannie Thomas, Mrs. Alice Nusbaum, sponsor, man, treasurer. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Alice Nusbaum Stuart McMahan, Mary Poe, and lon and Mr- Charles Clark' Micu. Page l26 First row: Susan Milligan, Sanna Boxley, Rita Whipple, Harriet Ruchman, Sandy Liniger, Susie Weil, Marty Thomas, Paulann l-losler, Nancy Cambridge, Barbee Moriarty, Ieanne Doughty, lanet McArthur, Becky flaught, and Bill Philips. Second row: Marilyn McComb, DeeDee Baughman, Dixie Durr, Sue Parker, Ann Wilding, Diane Culbertson, Mona Zirkle, Margie Silverman, Sharon Koehlinger, Bonnie Schenher, Ianice Godschalk, Pat Nussel, Caroline Staight, Lou Arm Keller, and Sandra Todd. Third row: Sharon Rasp, Susan Bower, Nancy Elhert, Deanna l-lockemeyer, Marilyn Hobson, Mike Findley, Stuart McMahan, Dale Fulkerson, Phil Cantelon, Ion Micu, Iudy Nafzinger, Margaret Volkman, Ann Brewer, Carolyn Moyer, lean Moyer, Sharon Knuth, Iannie Thomas, and Ioe lohnson. Fourth row: Pat Beck, Phyllis Muter, Carol Leazier, lulia Mueller, Iariice Cvinzell, Nancy Weber, Ianet Clester, Mary Poe, Cynthia Clark, Nancy Hobson, Iudy Harper, Kay Perrin, Gretchen Callihan, Cynthia Orcutt, ludy l-lomeyer, Iohn Cooper, and Kay Baughman. ei any Future Teachers of America yn "T . - it fuss :sf is .L ss..ees,.-,.g First row: Gwen Myers, lannie Thomas, Nancy Weber, Sandra Todd, lulia Mathews, ludy Winkler, Lynne Hettema, Marilyn Norton, Linda Graet, Maraaret Thompson, Barb Fall, Marlene Lecher. Carolyn Ferry, and lane Neff. Second rowi Sharon Feacgler, Carolyn Ptaft, Linda Shreve, Claud- ette Bobay, Ann Wildinq, Fat Kreiqh, Mary Garr, Mary Kiracote, Sally Fleming, Carle-ne Hanson, and Gretchen Callihan. Third row: Alice Sheak, Carolyn Elliott, Alice Waretnq, Margaret Xlfiaht, Bonnie Isnoqle, Mellany Hettinqer, Linda Kiracoie, Carolyn Moyer, Lee Mclvlillen, Sandra Schlatter, Kay Bauqhman, and lean Hyndman. Fourth row: laneen Powell, Barb Fortrter, Sally Yahne, Eleanor Gaulin, Sharon Koehlinqer, Barb Briqqs, Marilyn McComb, ludy Rains, Sharon Fletter, Kara Parker, and Pete Van Ness. The purpose ot Future Teachers ot America Club is to present to students the vocational opportunities in teaching and in other fields. Members are aided in choosing a vocation by speakers at meetinas, panel discussions, and trips to colleges. This year, Carlene Hanson, a member and officer ot the club, had the honor ot being elected as State FTA. presi- dent. Other members ot the club took trips to several area and state conventions. Social activities included a dance and Christmas party. Last semesters officers, under the quid- ance ot Mrs. Maryann Chapman, were Gwen Myers, presidentg laneen Powell, vice-presi- dentg Carlene Hanson, secretaryg Kara lane Parker, treasurerg and Linda Kiracofe, parlia- mentarian. The second semester, Gwen Myers was re-elected as presidentg Linda Kiracote, vice-president: Lee McMillen, secretary: Marsha Adams, treasurerg and Sandra Todd, parliamentarian. Preparing to leave on a Future Teachers ot America ex- ,J cursion trip are Lynne Hettema, Gretchen Callihan, Mrs. lohn Bauqhman, Nancy Vtfeber, Pat Kreiqh, Sandra Todd, Carlene Hanson, Mrs. Chapman, adviserg Kay Bauqhman, my and Gwen Myers. X, X Sandra Todd, and Iarinie Thomas initiate students into Future Teachers of America. They are, in background, Iulia Mueller, Kay Bauqhman, Nancy Weber, and lean Hyndman, Xi.. Paqe l27 if 'af fi we qaLi,,,, AQQIEMT5 Q, , ff "X J. LN, A ll.e..!' A yu, Aga- , X Y-4 .A M 2 At a Helicon pot-luck dinner, mothers of the members help serve. Carlene Hanson is pouring the punch for advisor Miss Mabel Greenwalt, while Gwen Myers, Mary Poe, Mrs. Emil Deister, Mrs. Clarence Sharpe, and Emil Deister wait in line. Helicon Club Outstanding students in English compose the member- ship of the Helicon Club, which is organized to further the knowledge of literary-minded students. A potluck supper highlighted the October meeting, where the mothers of the members helped serve. For a Christmas project, the club supplied gifts, refreshments, and a program at the Allen County lnfirmary. ln February, the annual Washington-Lincoln Assembly was given. ln April the Spring Tea was held, followed in May by the Senior Farewell, put on by the underclass mem- bers of the club. First semester officers were: Ed Stone, president: lon Micu, vice-presidentg lanet Kolmerten, secretaryg Emil Deister, treasurerg Mary Poe, social chairmany Bobbi Bash, membership, Gwen Myers, publicityg Marcelene Reicht, service recorder: Carlene Hanson, program: and Iudy Moss, and Ioe lohnson, critics. Leading the club the second semester were: lon Micu, presidentg lanet Kolmerten, vice-president: Bobbi Bash, secretary, lim Miller, treasurery Dan Popp, social chairman: Barbara Christie, membershipg Austin Brooks, publicity: Sally Bissell, service recorderg Patsy Blue, programg and Kay Loudermilk and Charles Engle, critics. First row: Ken Husband, Ron Harris, Dan Popp, Al Rosenbaum, Ralph Bogardus, Ed Stone, Mel Bookout, lim Miller, Ion Micu, and Gordon Robers. Second row: Nancy Kroeger, Iudy Moss, Carol Iohnson, Kara lane Parker, Darlene Wallace, Karen Ellenwood, Lee McMillan, Pat Blue, Sally Bissell, Sandra Todd, Margie Silverman, Iulia Mueller, and Ianet Kolmerten. Third row: Kay Loudermilk, Marce Reich, Barbara Christie, Anne Robinson, Iudith Dixon, Bonnie Schenner, Mellany Hettinger, Sue Lehman, Letty Bryce, Alice Rudensky, Bobbi Bash, Iannie Thomas Laura l-lubbard, Mary Poe, and Kay Baughman. Fourth row: Richard Mueller, Joe Iohnson, Darvis lohnson Milton Bentley, Tom Koontz, Franklin Geist, lohn Stout, Charles Engle, Austin Brooks, Dave Carpenter, Rich Iohnson, and Steve Pulver. Page 128 Li 4 First row: Patsy Blue, ,learine Moyer, and Bobbi Bash. Second row: Bonnie Briggs, Kay Louder- milk, Ann Wilding, Barbara Bogerischeutz, Barbara Cummins, Carole Pontius, Margie Silverman, loyce Sharpe, Cynthia Clark, Iannie Thomas, and Laura Hubbard. Third row: Marie Hobbs, Iudy Moss, Carol Iohnson, Mary Kiracote, Karen Ellenwood, Molly Dunigan, Janice Ginzell, Kay Perrin, Sandra Todd, Linda Kiracofe, and Carol Levy. Fourth row: Austin Brooks, Wally Fosnight, Steve Baer, Stuart McMahan, Iarnes Hartzell, Dale Fulkerson, Ron Harris, Emil Deister, Pete Van Ness, Bob Willcutts, Mel Bookout, Darvin lohnson, and Bob Passwater. Fifth row: Iudy Harper, Pat Kreigh, Lynne Hettema, Margaret Thompson, Sharon Bramble-tt, Ieanne Witt, Nancy Kroeger, Marilyn Hobson, Ianet Kolmerten, Kara Parker, Sandra Kanouse. and Bill Wissman. Globetrotters Globetrotters Club, which is open to any student upholding a B average in social science, deals with the people and traditions ot the countries of the world. Each year the club sponsors a trip either to lndianapolis or to Washington, D.C., on which the state and federal law-making bodies are observed at Work. This year the upperclassmen eligible took a five-day trip to New York and Washington. Di- rected by Miss Katherine Rothenberger and Mr. Harry Young, the senior members of the club trans- ported voters to the polls and babysat tor them during the November elections. The annual Pan- American Day observance was another project oi the group. Serving as president during the fall semester was Ioyce Sharpe: assisted by Sandra Todd, vice-president: Patsy Blue, secretary: Carol Iohnson, treasurer, and lanet Kolmerten, social chairman. The oriicers for the second semester were Austin Brooks, president: Bobbi Bash, vice-president: lanet Kolmerten, secretary: Wally Fosnight, treas- urerg and Ioyce Sharpe, social chairman. ,.....g. The ofticers of Globetrotters are Patsy Blue, loyce Sharpe, Sandra Todd, and Iariet Kolmerten. Standing are the advisers, Mr. Young, and Miss Rothenberger. ff i., Page 129 uf Y if is 1. e E 6 :mpg L I 4 First Bow: Barbara Biiaas, lulia Mueller, Kay Bauahnian, Carlene Hanson, Nancy Hobson, loyce Sharpe, ludy Smart, Barbara Modricker, and Barbara Boqenschutz. Second Row: Carole Pontius, lucly Harper, lannie Thornas, Nancy Weber, Sally Bissell, Gwen Meyers, Nancy Henderson, Bolvlvi Bash, and Maraie Silverman. Third Bow: Carol Winkler, Sally Yahne, Ruth Tennell, Carolyn Ferry, lucly Stafkhouse, Molly Duniqan, Hara lane Parker, lulia Mathews, ludy Winkler, ludy Moss, and Peqay Robbins. Fourth Piow: Elinor Gaulin, Pat Rackel, Mary Nash, Melvin Bcokout, Mike Findley, Marilyn McC'onil1, and Alice Boss, Barbara Briaas, lcyce Sharrie, ltilia Mathews, ludy S-.ack house, Lynn Conkle, Sally Yahne, and Donna Fackler. Q Nt? Q w ..., c ..,, - ,.rb g,,.., gg 5.,,a,, Page l3O mc X vt' 4. qv Q gh, ,ig Masque and Gavel and National Thespians Two of North Side-'s speech and dra- rnatics clubs are Masque and Gavel and National Thespians. Both are under the direction of Mr. larnes A. Purkhiser. Better use of the theatre, radio, television, and movies as a rec- reation or hobby is the main purpose of Masque and Gavel. National Thes- pians is one of North's top honorary societies. The airn is to create more interest in the advanced standards of dramatics. First row: Sally Fleming, Sue Lehman Sharcn Pratt, Dianna H:-clzenieyer, Eckert-1 Easli, lidy Moss, and Mr. Albert Coil. Seccnd rcw: Alan Hcsenraurti, lannie Th-irnas, Carclyn Etxznarz, Lynn Rcsenli-aurn, Linda Graet, Margaret Tlicrnpsfn, and Dave Fisher. NATICNAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 8 n CI JUNICR FORENSIC LEAGUE Two of Nortlis speech clubs are Iunior Forensic League and National Forensic League. lunior Forensic League en- courages pankipanon in Hs rnany areas ot speech Work. Miss lrene Miller and Mr. Stanley Lee direct the mem- bers in earning points to become a member in N.F.L. National Forensic League, under the direction of Mr. Al- bert Coil is an honorary society for pub- lic speakers and debators. Member' sliip is open to upperclassmen who have earned at least twenty points in various speech contests. First rcwt Carclyn Van liirlt, Lynn Fiosenkauzn, lohn Shfiiaft, Phil Cantelcn, lcyce V'-ilirenlgtera llathy Dum-gun, Marty Thomas, Letty Bryce, lohn Stcut, and Stuart Fxahrer. Second rcw: Miss lrene Miller, Sue Rhodes, Linda Olinger, Beverly Beck, Karen Karger, Suzanne McNeIly, Cindy Blitz, Deanna Hoclzemeyer, Natalie Lenz, Tern Mi:Mal:an, and Mr. Stanley Le.: Page 131 First row: Avis Hearn, Donna Biggs, Becky Haught, Penny Brown, PeqqY Adams, Deanna Porter, Buthie Demetroii, and Barbara Benner. Second row: Carolyn Showalter, Brenda Stew- ard, Elsa Mennewisch, Sandra Beiter, Sue Ann Meyer, Carol Mumy, Miss Ethel Shroyer, Sue Bligh, Barb Barker, Helen Davidson, Sharon Dawkins, and Dortha Hill. Stanley Bowe, lack Huiiman, Steve Hoter, Roger Lehman, Ierry Palm, Balph Henschen, Iulian Houtz, Pat Fletcher, Dave Behrens, Bex Sanders, and Mr. Thompson. ! Page l32 Library Assistants The library assistants consist oi girls selected by Miss Ethel Shroyer, librarian, to work be- fore and atter school and during a study period one day each week. Among some oi the duties performed by them are straight- ening all book shelves, writing over-due notices, and checking books in and out. Auto Design Club The Auto Design Club is not a school club. lt consists oi a group of boys who are working tor the General Motors Craft Guild. They make model auto- mobiles ot their own. Their rea- son tor meeting is to compare notes, and they are assisted by Mr. Tourist Thompson. Patterson Fletcher served as president, lulian Houtz, vice presidentg and lack Huriman, secretary-treas- urer. Junior Classical League lunior Classical League, a na- tional organization, encourages advanced Latin students to be- come better acquainted with the Greek and Boman civilizations. Membership is open to all ad- vanced Latin students, and those planning to study Latin are accepted as pledges. The Misses Loraine Foster, ludith Bowen, and Geneva Burwell are il'1S faculty CiOlVlS9I'S. Linda Graet and Margaret Thompson take part in a Roman skit at the annual joint foreign language club Christmas party. Q First row: Miss ludith Bowen, Miss Geneva Burwell, Bob Passwater, Kay Perrin, Lynn Hetterna, Linda Graei, Margaret Thompson, and Sharon Pratt. Eeiond row: Carol lohnson, Avis l-learn, Miss Loraine Forster, and Dave is er. Page 133 First row: Barbara Ward, Marie Derrow, Linda Hazlewood, Pat Schultz, Barb Marsh, Kay Loudermilk, and Eva May Tomlinson. Second row: Anita Ward, Barbara Chris- tie, Barbara Modricker, Ruth Dunton, Carolyn Elliott, Sue Lehman, Deanna Hocke- meyer, Harriet Ptuchman, and loyce Wehrenberg. Third row: Miss Francis Plumanns, Dianne Brandt, Susan Koehlinger, Ieanne Doughty, ludy Wiesenberg, Sharon Wanas, Sue Iones, Rosalie Kesler, Sharon Ramsey, Carol Levy, Alice Rudensky, and Dee- Dee Baughman. Fourth row: R. O'Brien, lack Pontius, Steve Fawley, Phil Swinehart, Wayne Payne, and Steve Novitsky. PARMI NOS AMIS Page l34 Parmi Nos Amis, better known as French Club, is composed of students who are taking French now or have taken it in the past. French Club, lead by Miss Fran- cis Plumanns, encourages the further study oi France and its people by outside speakers, movies, French plays, and re- ports on its literature. The spring picnic and the Christmas party, which is sponsored by the three foreign language clubs, high- lighted this year. Planning their annual Spring picnic are Sue Lehman, Alice Ptudensky, Linda Kiracote, and loyce Wehrenberg. Los Sodales Los Sodales, the Spanish Club, gives Spanish pupils a chance to learn more about Spain, its people, its customs, art, and sciences. Spanish Club is under the leadership ot Miss Mary lane Richardson. Entertainment at meetings is usually provided by guest speakers or by skits given by mem- bers. Qn Recognition Day, Los Sodales presents a medal to the pupil who re- ceived the best grades during the tour semesters he or she has taken Spanish. Lenora Meyer and Sarah Shideler plan future Los Sodales programs. First row: Elson Erler, lohn Rhodes, Roger Syrnms, Mike Barger, lohn lohnson, and Mike Ternet. Second row: ludy Bullerman, Marcia Haines, Sue Milligan, lulia Erler, Lenora Meyer, Beverly Beck, and Sarah Shideler. Third row: Miss Mary lane Rich- ardson, loyce Ferrell, Ann Filleul, Sandra Shambaugh, loyce Thomas, Margo Mussel- man, Connie Butler, Sue Rhodes, and lanet Loudermilk. , t i YJ' ff' X33 Page l35 '91 s. f :,V::,.,:,i A ., 4, -CN Upper Left--ludy Staclihouse, Kay Perrin, and Dale Fullcerson display improper manners dur- ing a skit for the annual Courtesy Week As- sembly, held each year to make North Siders more conscious ot courtesy. Upper Right- -Eacli Monday morning, immedi- ately after the tardy bell, Mr. Robertson reads Page lO J, QM? ,ff Si - N? 33' 5? iw' Q. from the Bible. This has been a tradition at North. Above- elfach year, The Student Council spon- sors lunior High Day to acquaint incoming freshmen with lite at the Dome. These bewild- ered eighth grade students search frantically for their guides, who will take them on a tour ot the building. g , 211: ..,. . . .,iQ + r. In --Y-wr:-:xxx 'tTiI12i?tA.-Nab +"':S:rf "" - ills.,-Q-r+" ul! First Row: Ralph Eogardus, Bob Anderson, Alan Rosenbaum, Larry Hall, Pele Van Ness, Dale Fullzerson, Harry Garnett, Ben Wall, and Kenny Husband. Second Row: Bob Burris, Ierry Lucas, Larry Biddletome, Dennie Oser, loe Ferrell, Melvin Bookout, Dave Murrell, Iolin Shoari, and Mr. Iohn Mallolt. Third Row: Dick Bolds, lohn Stout, Joe Iohnson, Plnl Canielon, Dan Popp, and Larry Hallaert. Planning Hl-Y's annual spring picnic are Ralph Bogarclus, Dan Popp, and Bob Anderson. Page 136 e HI-Y Boys interested in developing good character have an op- portunity to join Hi-Y. Club members participate in city- wide l-li-Y projects. The organ- ization is affiliated with the state and National Hi-Y and is the high school division ot the Young Mens Christian Asso- ciation. First Bow: Phyllis Parker, Karen Peterson, Iudy Dennis, Bonnie Henderson, Ruth Ann Oliver, Hannah Haney, Nancy Henderson, Sharon Olson, Mary Huth, Sherrie Tarnow, Suzanne McNelly. Pat Smith, Sharon Ramsey. Second Row: Brenda Steward, Sue Harrison, Phyllis Trout, lanet Osborn, Nancy Henry, Barb Hick- man, Virginia Lee, Gene Newman, Suzanne Craiq, Linda Heftel- Iinaer, Kirsten Anderson, Ianet Altelcruse, Susan Lotz. Third Bow: Cheryl Burnett, Sharon Messer, Patty Burns, Iudy Henry, Barbara Hendeles, ludy Comer, jane Glocl-:, ludy Iohnson, lanet Mc- Arthur, Susann Felaer, Gloria Houcl-:, Doris Miller, Susan Har- wood, Bev Ternet, and Marlene Fisher, Fourth Bow: Sherry May- hew, Barb Marsh, Marie Derrow, Sherry DeCrance, Alir'-if Boss, Anita VVard, Barbara Modricker, Ann Brewer, Susan Baker, Ianice Eninaer, Pat Schultz, Barbara Benner, ludy Griner Sharon Housey, and Rosalie Kesler. POLAR Y Polar-Y is a symbol ot friendship and Christian service and is affiliated with the Youna Women's Christian Association. Miss Loraine Foster and Miss Geneva Bur- Well direct the girls in their proararn, which is intended to Widen the growth ot Chris- tian character, friendship, and leadership. Membership is open to each and every airl at North Side. Center-Decorating tor their dance, these qirls are le-it to riqht Kay Oliver, Lee McMillan, and Iudy Smart. Bight-Making final plans tor the after-qarne dance are Hannah Haney, Miss Geneva Burwell, Charlotte Roth, and Kirsten Anderson. Page l37 First row: Marcia Seibert, Sandra Menlce, Annie Filleul, Sherrie Reasoner. How two: Sandra Miller, Sherril Bowman, Peqqy lohnston, Virginia O'Connor, Sharon Keller. Row three: Avis Hearn, Eleanor Gates, Donna Biqos, lackie Holbrook, Laura Houck. Mr. Hyilc lvy explains to rnernlgrers of Girls Hifle Club hrw to use or rifle. Those listening are: Donna Emgs, Nancy Fteiqlitrf-r, Eleuinor Gates, Sandra Menlze, and Avis Hearn. - inaqmqnu- wsumwa-uwnuu-f Girls Rifle Club Sounds of Girls Rifle Club target shoot- ing could be heard on Monday and Thursday evenings. Mr. Hyrle lvy is adviser of this club. A Pro-Marksman pin is awarded to each girl when she makes twenty out of fifty tries at the bullseye. After this, she may earn a Marksnian award by hittinq twenty- five out of fifty. The next staae is the Marksman First-Class, and finally is the Sharp-shooter award, made by scorina thirty-five out of fifty bullseye tries. Bars are awarded for each ad- ditional achievement in the sharp- shootina class. Paqe 138 Boys Rifle Club Beadyl Aim! Fire! Students around the Big Dome are accustomed to hearing these shouts and the tiring ot rifles as the members oi Bitle Club strive tor the bullseye. Mr. I-lyrle lvy, adviser, has taught the members the correct procedures for holding, tiring, and car- ing tor a rifle. The Sportsmans Code is familiar to all members. Medals and other awards are given to members as they advance in marlcsmanship. , , , , Listenrnc intently as Mr lvg' e:-:plains a:jt3i,tt th The highest honor given is the Dis- rifle ml: rm steften, tame? ofsgiem E Hyndrnan, Mr. lvy, sp ns:-1, Larzy lklay, Jn tinguished Bitleman Award. The club is an affiliate ot the National Bille Association. Gary Tustiscn. First row: Chuck Morrell, Carl Weaver, Gary Moore, Bob l-lyndrnan, Bill Armstrong, Chester Stephan, Wayne Conklin, Pat Fletcher, David Allen, Tom Seitert, Tom York, Phil Boliertson Wayne Williams. Second row: lohnny Iohnson, Larry Gardner, lim Bernard, Boger Lehman, Gary Tustison, Bob Duff, Gail Collins, Mike Tern-et, Tom Shroyer, Ma:-: Orn, l-Qenny Wall, Chu-:k Vlfinkler, Nick Spillson, Dean Ball, Bob lackson. Third row: lim Pool Carl Moehle, Don Pierce, Steve l-lenry, hm Fredericks, Torn Shoaft, Don Stephan, Gene Altekruse, lohn Bhoades, lftle Pence Steve Wrlliarns, Dan Pontoni. Unidentilied, Torn Fleischer, Dean llieniel. Fourth row: Larry Widdiheld 1 ,A s. WW , ,,,.i.W ...M .,,. i,...,.....a,e, F9 f V """""' , ,, ..., -c ...pan rr'-'-W '- ' V ',1.,,..-,-.,.,,, !". - A --J . Q P - .- , tl, . A 5 Q ,l , ,fig S595 , .Q . . , x Wvqwx,,,,,,,,.,.,.,i,.,...,,5--w.f,..,...,,,:nJ Fwy -Ui ,gm Page l39 The rriernlners of Phy-Chem enjoying themselves at their annual Christmas party at Emil Dersters house are: Mr. Thomas, sponsor, lim Fey, Carolyn Hawkins, Marlene Lecher, Mr. Pressler, sponsor, lim Harlzell, and Steve Ehgnaer. The ofiicers ot Phy-Chem are left to riqhti Mike Findley, parlrarnentarrarr loan Roberts, secretary, Dale Fulkerson, president, Al Glock, vitreepresiderit, Sandy Link, so-:ial chairman, and Pete Van Ness, treasurer. Phy-Chem Club The Phy-Chem Club of North Side is open to any student enrolled in phys- ics or chemistry classes who Wish to develop their interests further in these sciences. Under the leadership of Mr. Sherman Pressler and Mr. Harold A. Thomas, demonstrations and experi- ments are featured at the club's meet- ings. The members of the club are qiven an opportunity to express their ideas and Work with others who also have the same ideas. Officers for the tall semester Were: president, Emil Deister, vice president, Dale Fulker- son, secretary, loan Roberts, treasurer, Dave Dobberkau, social chairman, Sandy Link, and parliamentarian, lim Foy. Sprina semester orlicers Were: president, Dale Fulkerson, vice presi- dent, Al Glock, secretary, loan Rob- erts, treasurer, Pete Van Ness, social chairman, Sandy Link, parliamen- tarian, Mike Findley. Flow one: Carolyn Ferry, Virginia Poe, Marlene Lecher, Carolyn Hawkins, loan Roberts, M.ke Findley, Emil Derster, Dick Fardal, Steve Pulver, Steve Ehrnqer, Carol York. How two: Mr, Harold A. Thomas, ludy Moss, lim Foy, Charles Engle, Pete Van Ness, Robert Anderson, Carolyn Min- yard, Sandy Link, Shirley Ferrell, Mary Geraer, Barbara Partner, Row three: Allen Giocl-:, Mr. Sherman Pressler, Ron Harris, Richard lohnson, Bill Vlfrssrrran, lim Lewis, lackie Novrek, Gloria Houck, Dan Pontoni, Kenneth Husband. Bow one: Larry Coolman, Ann Wilding Sue Parker Peggy Wilson Barbara Iohnson M C H Ott, Ron Werskey, Bow two: Jerry Eulitt Carol Blessing Pat Beck Gloria Houck Barbara Iohn son, Kathy Kreigh, Iudy Kiel, Connie Andrews lim Fowler Steve Williams Ronald Wellman Nature Club The lzaak Waltons ot North Side only need to have an interest in the outdoors to enjoy the activi- ties provided by the Nature Club. They spend many hours roaming through the parks or on the river banks in search of Nature's otfsprings. lt enables its members to gain a better knowledge of the out-oi-doors and wild lite. When the weath- er does not permit, the Nature Club members may occupy their time by viewing films, looking over collections, or working on their hobbies and projects. Miss Vesta Thompson and Mr. Clit- ford Ctt are the advisers ot the club. BAND The North Side Band put a note of cheer in the hearts ot the basketball, tootball, and concert audiences this year. Besides providina music tor games, pep sessions, and concerts, the Red skin band also furnished music tor the twirlers and for civic parades, Leadership, co-operation, ability, and enjoyment are offered to those interested in band work. North Sider's are as proud ot the band as they are ot their director, Mr. C. Vtfilliorm l-latt, who has added a lot of spirit to the band. l t Q l ' t -M.- A. 'nw' we-was anne BHMm 0 U... 0 ......-. Row one: Diane Behrens, Sue Baker, Sharon BICIlTllDl9ll, ludy Sta-il-zhouse, Pat Kreiqh, Sally Bc-rntnd. Row two: Sandra Todd, Ted Mortenson, Dennis Anqlin, Sandra Schlatter, Ianet Kolrnerten, jams Ehinqer, Dorothy Bauqhrnan, Charles Engle, Helen Woods, Bill Carey, Darlene Hamilton, Marilyn Cook, Sandra Behrens. Row three: Darlene Snyder, Nancy Weber, Sandra Gehrinq, Kay B'rut.3hman, Margaret Doudy, Mary Nash, Barbara Popp, Rosemary Iackson, Kenneth Parker, Phtl Schumann, Marvin Ballard, Bob Smith, Ron Iohnson, lim Link, Roy Butzier, Neil Lantz, Darlene Wallace, Ianet Loudermilk, Sharon Fletter. Row tour: leanelte Sherbondy, Sherry Mayhew, Lai Ann Keller, Charles Bonnell, Sue Rhodes, Sam Sefton, Ralph Boqardus, Marcia Wible, Gary Moore, lerry Swtntord, Leo Snell, Pete Van Ness, Anita Ward, Nancy Kroeaer, Max Bell, Larry Burger, Lowell Oesch, Dave Murrell, Robert Anderson, Philip Brunner, Donald Arney. Row tive: lim Br-vlzstein, Mr. Hatt, Ioan Roberts, Maurie Cook, Alice Baumqartner, Ronnie Wilson, Larry Bttglrlltcome, Page l42 it j QYHAJ llll yinnsn-nn'-'fi itf FI' fg'l Q Q Q me l , -so ft Je. o Bow one: Dick Hurt, Pete Delfoogdt, Sally Elliott, Indy Comer, Susan Harwood, Donelda Lane, Row twoz Maurice Cook, Rhea Kittinger, Steve Pulver, Lenora Meyer, Sharon Fletter, lanet Louders milk, Marilyn Cook, Sally Bernard, Diane Behrens, ludy Horneyer, Diane Robinson, Phyllis Parker. Bow three: Linda Graef, lerry Hoffman, Torn Bosserrnan, lim Link, Pete Van Ness, Don Arney, Torn Tate, Ron lohrison, Marvin Ballard, Helen Woods, Sandra Todd, Ted Mortenson. Dennis Anglin, Sandra Schlatter. Roberta Guingrich, Harriet Meek, Deloris Borntrager. Bow tour: loan Roberts, Mr. Xlifrn, Hatt. ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr. C. William l-latt, the orchestra has put forth a line showing this year. Few people stop and realize how many hours ot practicing it takes to put on a concert. Besides the class time spent, they practice many hours at home. This year as always, there are many smaller groups in orchestra which have won recognition in the Solo and Ensemble Contest held every year. North Side is as proud of the orchestra as they are of its director, Mr. C. William Hatt. Page 143 Row one: Iudy Yerriclc, Bonnie Henderson, Sandra Welitster, Sharon Getz, Connie Wesro, Elaine Sarnpson. Flow two: Barbara Hines, Linda Learnon, Sharon Patterson, Iudy Rae Neuls, Natalie Lenz, Barbara Sampson. Row three: Beverly Becli, Carolyn Van Kirk, Sharon Wehrle, Sylvia Imbody, ludy Gordon, Alan Poe. Row tour: Dean Thomas, Chuck Winkler, Dean Ball, Richard Harry, lchn Eouillet. Row Five: Hay Spangle, Bolt Borton, ferry Leeth, Dave liocher, VVVGYHC Williams, Bill Maloley. Row one: Carole Pulver, Diana Hartman, Carol Training Choirs Cne of the finest departments at North Side is the music department. The greatest aid to culture that We students obtain in our high school days is our understanding and appreciation of music. At North we not only get a theatrical background but also practi- cal training. Chorus class is the first stepping stone for further advance- ment open to both boys and girls. The girls advance into Girls Choir, and the boys advance to Varsity Choir. The members for the following semester of A Cappella are usually chosen from Varsity Choir. Schnepp. Row two: Donna Miller, Ruth Ann Oliver, How one: I. Osborn, I. Lehman, D. Culbertson, Barbara Modricl-ter, lanice Mennewisch. Flow three: B. Cummins. Row two: I. Stauffer, V. Lebsack, Carolyn Duncan, Iulie Erler, Sharon Dey, Sharon I. Harford, C. Pontius. How three: E. Miller, Sauer, Lenora Meyer. Flow tour: Wilma Fletter, S. Eulitt, P. Beck, S. Koehlinger, I. Neff. Row Iudy l-lonieyer, Sharon Knuth, Linda Keller, Shirley tour: B. Beebe, T. Kruspig, C. Park, D. Faulkner. Lavachel-1. K. Butler, L. Chrxstlieb. I Page 144 it tit GN A Cappella Ably directed by Miss leanette Rich, A Cappella has offered many Varied and entertaining musical selections. Dur- ing the year A Cappella has sung tor many civic organizations, at the hos- pitals, and for school functions. The members oi A Cappella carry a song in their own hearts and are thereby able to transfer this song into the hearts ot their audiences. The choir has tried to educate as well as enter- tain their audiences by performing the best in choral arrangements. Within A Cappella Choir lh9I'9 Ure two special Miss leanette, director oi the vocal department, groups, the bOY'S TI-ic' and the looks over music for a concert. girl's Chansonettes. These groups practice before school and during iiith period. Row one: ludy Smart, Mary Geiger, ludy Moss, loyce Sharpe, Iudy Rains, Carol Blessing, Ruth Tennell, Gretchen Callihan, Barbara Briggs, Patsy Blue, Barbara Bogenschuetz, ludy Moris, Sue Parker, Mary Poe, Carol lchnson, Marcelene Reich, Mona Zirlcle. Row two: Shirley Ferrell, Sandy Link, Sharon l-lardiek, Brenda Steward, lulia Mathews, Marilyn McComb, ludy Winkler, Marilyn Campbell, Eleanor Gaulin, Nancy Cunningham, Linda Graei, Kathleen Prairie, Marlene Lecher, Sue Lehman, Lynne Lecher, Deanna l-lockemeyer. Row three: Norman Fl-etter, Bob Holocher, William Shoot, lim Miller, Richard Mosier, Melvin Boolrout, Larry Ellis, Phil Hosler, Mike Findley, Dan Cunningham, Ion Micu, Bob Arney. Row iour: lulian l-loutz, Allen Fortner, David Rinne, Iames Miller, Gaylord Kurtz, Terry Neuhaus, Ben Wall, Dicl-: Fardal, lohn Blocher, D. G. Boirab, Neil Byrt, Wally Fosnight. . . H V,V, V V ' lttf 3 , 3 A 3 it 4 fl f r lt it 'x , A I A .i Q Sf by li" at We Follow Familiar Traditions, And Develop New Ideas A new election system for class officers, which was installed this year, enabled students to give nominating speeches, and to campaign for their candidate. Dick Snyder is making cr nomination as several other students show signs of active campaigning. -sem Another factor of the new election system was the procedure of voting with machines. These members of the senior class are registering and waiting for their turn to cast their vote. This year North Side had a new additionfthe flood wall. lt was built by the city to prevent a flood from occurring at North. ln the picture we see the wall just before it was completed. Page l l V Y Page l46 North Side Instrumentalists N.S.l. is an honorary for members of the band or orchestra with more than one year of service. lts purpose is to further the members interest in instru- mental music. This year the officers oi the club were Don Arney, presidentp Sandra Todd, vice-president: Sandra Behrens, secretaryg lanet Kolmerten, treasurerg and Ron lohnson, parliamen- tarian, The new members, commonly known as spikes, for the spring semes- ter were Phil Schuman, Tom Tate, Roy Butzier, Sue Milner, Sharon Bramblett, Donelda Lane and Lenora Meyer. Above-First row: Peqqy Wilson, Rhea Kittinqer. Alice Baumqartner, Sally Bernard, Anita Ward, Sandra Behrens, Iodie Roberts, and Nancy Weber. Second row: Ianst Kolmerten, Darlene Wallace, Sandra Schlatter, Sandra Gehrinq, Darlene Hamilton, Mary Nash, Nancy Kroeqer, Kay Bauqhrnan, and Sandra Todd, Third row: Maurice Cook, Phil Brunner, Ron Iohnson, Steve Pulver, Ted Mortenson, lim Beckstein, lim Link, and Don Arney. Fourth row: Ron Wilson, Marvin Ballard, Bob Smith, Charles Bonnell, Bob Ander- son, and Neil Lantz. Center-The "spikes" have many duties to do. Shown here are Charles Bonnell, lim Link, Maurice Cook, Ted Mortenson, Phil Brunner, Anita Ward, and Rhea Kittinaer. Belowe-N.S.I. officers are Don Arney, Sandra Behrens, Ianet Kolrnerton, Neil Lantz, and Flon Iohnson. Twirlers We have all enjoyed the colorful performances puton atdxehahtnne ofourfoodxnland bas ketball games. North Sides majorettes, under the direction of Mr. C. William f-latt, are the ones who provide this entertainment. Another important service to the school is their present- ing of the flags before each home game. Thefe gnk spendtheH'hhh penods ehherpnachdng for a forthcoming performance or teaching other girls the art of baton-twirling. The girls plan then own acm and have an enhmdy dikxent one every week. They condmne cokxhd cos unnes nnncakefonnahons and synchronmed twirling all into one act. Many of the girls have soloed durnug the basketball season. The twirlers are accompanied by the North Side Band atthen pedonnances Linda ffirav:-te and lean Hynclman display their talents in cnt, their duets. First rcw: Eririny l3l'ZlS, Sarljatgi ffrtsttti, lwlonfi C1552 lllfily lfztiti, lvlary lfirac-cite, Sli-.irori lfeller Donna Neftinian, Sharin Kogan, Myla H-lhlilctti, and lai'l-:ie Elatizzigartner. Sevjnd It W' Euzriiara Hzrliiiian, Parlara Ftgrtrt-lr, fddy Quits l.1Il'QlilI l:l!J'Ii'?, lla: ia 'Vfiisiri Pa' ffussf yritlga tillillff lan: '-ulllllff "art iyziiizrart, anti ffairlyn lirifiz, Page 147 Camera Club Camera Club is open to everyone interested in the art of photography. Mem- bers meet twice a month and discuss problems rel- ative to the tield. They also go on several field trips during the year. They have their own darkroom in the base- ment where they may learn the different tech- nigues involved in de- veloping photographs. The club provides an eX- cellent opportunity to learn a very enjoyable hobby. Qtticers tor the year were lim Link, presi- dent, Ken Luttenbacker, vice-presidentg and Becky Coolman, secretary-treas urer. Mr. Myron Hender- son was taculty adviser. Above f Members ot Camera Club are Mr. Henderson, ad- viser, Larry Christlieb, lim Link, Becky Coolman, Dan Fulker- son, Howie Merkler, Steve Pul- ver, and Mike Panger. Center: Mr. Henderson shows Dan Fulkerson how to take moving pictures ot Becky Cool- man and lim Link. LettfHowie Merkler, Steve Pul- ver, Larry Christlieb, and Mike Fanger develop pictures in the club's laboratory. 1500 Club 1500 Club is an honorary journalism club tor members of the Northerner or Legend. To be eligible, one must have earned l5OO or more points while work- ing on the newspaper or year- book. Last january, l5OO Club sponsored a banquet tor all stu- dents working on publications. The banquet was given at the Colonial Restaurant and all awards for the year were made at the time. They also sponsored the publications picnic in May. Quill and Scroll Quill and Scroll is a national honorary society for journalists. lt is the goal of every high school student interested in publica- tions. To be eligible he must be in the upper third of his class, and he must have contributed outstanding work in some phase of journalism for a period oi at least one year. Seniors from the Northerner and Legend staffs are chosen by the national ex- ecutive secretary of Quill and Scroll. l-le uses as a basis tor his judgment a recommendation from the publications adviser, Miss Norma Thiele, and a sam- ple oi the students work. Mem- bership in Quill and Scroll is the highest award that can be given to a high school journalist. Sherrie Beasoner, Rhita Whipple, Mary Geiger, Sharon Fletter, Alice Sneak, Dixie Durr, and Iohn Stout handle the business of the Northerner. Linda Keller, Letty Bryce, Sanna Boxley, and Alice Rudensky examine the entries in the assignment book. Northerner A group of hard working students gather in room ll3 and make possible our fine weekly newspaper. Their diligent work is evident from the many rewards that they receive. They have received such honors as Quill and Scroll's International Honor Rating and first class honor ratings by the National Scholastic Press Associ- ation and the Columbia Scholastic Press Asso- ciation. Anne Robinson served as editor-in- chief for the first semester. Dave Boxley was managing editor, while Iannie Thomas was copy editor. Others on the stait were Margie Silverman, news editor: lohn Stout, assistant news editor: Bobbi Bash, feature editor: Letty Bryce, assistant feature editor, Dan Popp, sports editor, Frank Geist, assistant sports editor: Sanna Boxley and Dixie Durr, co-classroom news editors: Dave Fisher and Paulann Hosler, co-exchange editors: Pat McCann and Iohn Shoaff, co-assistant ad managers: Alice Ru- densky, circulation managerg Linda Keller, assistant circulation manager: and Bob Mergy, Margie Silverman and Bobbi Bash look over the copy before it is sent to the printer, Page l5U . . Q- ws.. Every Friday morning, we find the homeroom agents gaily folding their papers. Left to right are Iohn Bouillet, Sandy Liniger, Susie Weil, Mary I-lagerfeld, and Dick l-larry. "' A gui, xirhvikr . er,,e . Iohn Bouillet, Gary Tustison, Dick Harry. Frank Geist, Pat McCann and Dan Fulker- son make up the sports staff. Staff point recorder. Mary Geiger and Iudy Harper served as business manager and advertising manager respectively for the entire year. Pho- tographers were lack Huffman, Dan Pontoni, Dave Fisher, and Curtis Drew. Dave Boxley and Iannie Thomas served as co- editors for the second semester. They were as- sisted by Bobbi Bash, and Margie Silverman, co-copy editors: Linda Keller, news editor: Sanna Boxley, assistant news editor: Letty Iannie Thomas, Anne Robinson, and Dave Boxley have handled the reins throughout l956. Bryce, feature editor: Alice Rudensky, assist- ant feature editor: Frank Geist, sports editor: Paulann I-losler, assistant sports editor: Lynn Rosenbaum, classroom news editor: Barbee Moriarty and Iohn Shoaff, co-exchange editors: Rita Whipple, assistant business manager: Dixie Durr, assistant ad manager: Iohn Stout, circulation manager: Molly Dunigan, assistant circulation manager: Dick Harry, point record- er: and Anne Robinson, student adviser. if ,- A.. Page 151 C JD' Wu' 43 Marilyn Bell demonstrates the use of the slide rule to Barbara Bogenscheutz, Kay Baughman, and lien Husband. Legend The 1956 edition of the Legend has been published under the direction of Carlene Hanson, editorg Gwen Myers, assistant editorg and Miss Norma Thiele, faculty adviser. Last Septem- ber our staff was picked and we began our year-long job of planning and Writing. Members of the staff were lulia Mueller, senior editorg Linda Kira- cofe, faculty editorg Ken Husband, ac- tivities editorg lack Huffman and Dan Nancy Weber, Bill Wissrnan, Iulia Mueller, Kay Perrin, Iodie Roberts, and Mike Finclley make up the staff of the senior and underclass sections. Staff Pontoni, sports editorsp Mike Findley and Kay Perrin, underclass editorsy Marilyn Wyss, circulation manager: and Iudy Harper, staff artist. Photog- raphers were lack Huffman, Dan Pon- toni, lulian Houtz, and Curtis Drew. The Legend was completely staffed by seniors. We hope to bring you a pic- torial resume of the 1955-1956 school year. With great pleasure We pre- sent you with the 1956 Legend. Editors Carlene Hanson and Gwen Myers plan the layout of the Legend. Page 152 ynwwmm11u1i : . u X Top left-ludy Harper and Nancy Hobson, staff artrsts, e:-: amrne some of their sketches. Top right-Dan Pcntom, Carolyn Staiaht, Linda Krraccfe, and lack Huffman comprrse the faculty and sports staff. CenteriCarCrlyn Minyard, Marrlyn Wyss, and lean Hynd- man tabulate the receipts from the Legend sales. Below-Our photographers are always busy in the dark room. Left to rrqht are lulian Houtz, lack Huffman, Dan Pontoni, and Curtis Drew. Paqe 153 'x.z Q46 ul! lx re W 4 ri ft' 'Qi sf -ng., 3 4? wit Keefer Printing Company 714 W. Washington, Fort Wayne, Ind. Anthony 1484 Serxfzkzg For! WH,1fllE arm' xfzkzkzzkv 117711 Qllflllbf PfZ.l1Il1l Kg for over 'f2,V6fIl1Y For your Yearlzool' Uf Dzklzkzcizbfl FORT WAYNE ENGRAVING CO. 120 W. Superior St., Fort Wayne, Ind C0llqgl'dflllHll19ll5 - C0155 of 56 I.,- .ib .ZDZE S izi E Aill Z Allill I -Aiwa My nzwxzurfy of My-1 gf '56 CAP mf GO mv. . . jf mf Am' KJl'UlfC'l'. N Jawa Ty ',NL11,, PIIUTUGRAPI-IH Yftlryllz' uf .ilifnkfdl - - 'JIXAUIUZ jjlffffi Page 154 AUTOGRAPHS Lett-Redskin warriors search for the Central Tiger during a pep ses- sion before a game with city rival Central High School. Ot course, the tiger was caught and killed. We Practice Good Sportsmanship rf-.? AboveeTall basketball center Dick Berghort is Above-These peppy cheerleaders, caught in either illustrating good sportsmanship or father- the locomotive cheer, did a lot to promote good ly love as he torms a huge contrast to tiny mas- sportsmanship among the student body. cot Cheryl Zirkle. Page 12 AUTOGRAPHS 7 -1 6 A. fl ,, . .. .I-F - - .:..! I ' '?'5:'f:V'-fiilis-H-'issimfa-. 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' Bundled tons Cheer GHtt'lLlSiClStifCIHY from the new tootbotl stddtunt ds the qridiorn Squad scores onother touchdown. and Back Our Teams to Victory if Q. qi ' Coach Robert Cowan rides high on the shoulders of his Victori- ous dthletes dtter CI Cru' cidl qdnte in the city series Contest. Page 13 We Learn To Become Better xx 5 o vfif' ox -we Y X Showing their Commun- ity spirit, these North Side students dre ot the Red Cross Cliice Cdll- inq blood donors. From left to riqht, ihey orre Sanno Boxley, lonnie Thomos, ludy l-ldrper, :md loe lohnson. Poqe l4 ,l..........-.-4-. 51 e .H-15 Vx Cotrolyn Minycrrd is ledrninq the hard wdy thot helpinq dt home is not orlworys on easy tosk, Baby- sitting while ottendinq to household chores can rneon mischief ds Cerro- lyn's brother, sister-ond cot-quiclo ly proved. ,it ' r i 1 I - 1 J l Members of Our Community Iunior Achievement represents one ot the best ways in which teenagers learn to become acf tive members ot their community. At the beginning ot the school year, student: trom tive city schools, New Haven, and Fini- hurst tormed twenty-eight companies, engaged in radio, television, banking, or manutacturing. l.A. companies meet once a week at the IA. Center downtown. The company members select a name for their company, choose a product, and elect oiticers. Stock is sold to raise the necessary capital to begin operations. Soon the company starts production. Rent, wages, cornniissions, and taxes must be paid, the same as in a regular business. As the conipany progresses, sales begin. Prob- lems are :net in a businesslike manner. ln May the coznpcin'-J liaiiidates and declares divi- dends on the stock 'vhisli was issued. lunior Achievement ends for another year, but many students will long rernernber their experiences as they "learn by doing." Speeding up production may mean more profits tor these lunior Achievement members. Hanna Haney and Bill Spice are concentrating on the drill press, as Geraldine Strouder and Barb Fortner operate the belt sander. Working at the band saw are Dick Fardal and Nancy Kroeger, These Workers are all members oi the T.V.T. Company and are manufacturing television tables. Page 15 7 -1 6 A. fl ,, . .. .I-F ,,,,--' ,www - 6'-Q go HI Vocational guidance is a must tor every high school student. Lett to right- Carol Levy, Kay Loudermilk, Dav Boxley, Steve Pulver, and laneen Powell pick up some pointers from Mr, Venerable, a college representative. We Prepare For Many Futures Above left-Many girls choose secretarial Work as their vocation. Sharon Feagler, loan Moore, Barbara Anderson, and San- dra Kanouse are getting an early start at a local insurance company. Below left-Home Ec. classes, such as Family Relations and Home Nursing, may be elected by juniors and seniors. Catch- inq up on a little "home Work", Frank Schollett doesn't seem quite as amused as lanet Kolmerten and Mrs. Schollett. Vocational guidance helps prepare students for various iields. Many North Side graduates do plan for college, and are given much as- sistance in choosing the school which best meets their particular needs. Business maiors often enter the business world soon after gradu- ation, and receive special training tor this type of work. Home economics classes oiier valu- able training tor those who plan for married life soon after graduation. Whatever the plans may be, students are prepared for the lite atter graduation from high school. Page 17 During Four Well Page 18 Students with artistic abilities enroll in art classes. Rosalie Hoyl, ludy Bullerman, and Ken Lutenbacker work on their pro- jects as Ronny Flaugh and Terry Stabler look on. Members of Mr. Pennington's math class seem to be somewhat amused at the geometrical object which their teacher is demonstrating in connection with the Work with solid figures. Many students enroll in economics classes to learn the country's economic situation. Here, Mr. Young illustrates the benefits ot proper advertising as he shows one ot the advertisements prepared by a mem- ber of his class. Balanced Years Hilke Stocekleman, Larry Gilpin, Bill Dans iels, and Linda Schamerloh seem to be quite interested in one of the English pro- jects turned in during their study ot the Odyssey. The biennial social science trip is a big event at the Big Dome. Busy with last minute arrangements are Miss Rothen- berger, Mr. Sinks, Miss Bash, Mr. Henderf son, and Mr. Malott. To the despair ot many students, testing never seems to end. These three pairs ot feet tell a story of deep anxiety and worry as the upper extremities attack a final exam. Demonstrating the solubility ot ammonia gas are Dan Popp and Ben Wall. Mr. Harold Thomas looks as it something im- portant is about to happen. 4' , rv lug K Q ,Q-Q, T 'QUE'- 24 -l YQ., ---H Af-V Y,...,,..u.,f-1, ,. , x,,t v 3 M 3. ,mz7..w,u,,f!f,.i..iw ' N .5 w Sl 1 Page l9 e Display Our Talents Left - f luliot Motthews dressed os o tweety bird pontornimes the record, "I Thouqht I Sow or Putty Cot." Riqhtflloinq his juqqlinq to "Dork Town Strutters' Boll" is lim Pennell, one ot the end inert 111 the minstrel show. "Basin Street is the stree . . . " hormonize these lovely French lossies, Ruth Tennell, ludy Ruins, Mono Zirkle, ond Susie Lehrnon. These dork hoired ladies do cr song and donce routine to "Gentlemen Morry Brunettesl' Porqe 20 Susie Lehman, lon Mica, and Deanna Hockemeyer ham it up while singing "Five Feet Two" in the first act. i In Varsity Varieties The finale ot the show was a repeat performance of the opening with the entire cast singing "Bring Back Those Minstrel Days" and "Swannee." For many participants this was the finale to their high school stage career, but for others it was only the beginning ot many enjoyable moments. Page Zl -JI' .sg 'L .J .. is-fx? 1'-2 . imssrm-..2... A 494' 'A .. 'figyx Au! gg ,hm Page 22 I1 ..And in the Senior Play "Green Green Grow The Li1c1cs" Cast Laurie Williams G ,Y,,,,. ,.,, I oyce Sharpe Curly McClain i..,i.i.,,,,i. Gaylord Krutz Aunt Eller o,.,. o.,o G GG G lulia Mueller Ado Annie .....o,, ...o,. P atsy Blue The Peddler ....., G . ,G GG Ion Micu Iud Fry ,,..,,l,.,i.li,, o,,,,,..,,o, D an Popp Old Man Peck G .G o,,,, Harry Garnette i Mrs. Elarn ,,,,,. ,,.., B arbara Briggs :Hb-+ Mrs. Peck r,,,,,, ..,,.,,, C arol Levy Zeb ..,,,,r,r,r, Al Rosenbaum Shorty G G GG GG Brian DeLisle Above, Opposite-elulia Mueller shakes a mean fist at lon Micu tor selling her a broken egg beater. loyce Sharpe and Patsy Blue watch. Center, Oppositeeriarry Garnette and his posse try to take Gaylord from his new bride, loyce Sharpey but lulia Mueller stops the action while Patsy Blue looks on in amazement. Below, Opposite-The entire cast re- turns tor curtain call singing "Okla- homaf' Abovee-Gaylord Kurtz looks at loyce and lulia in wonder as they exchange a glance oi understanding. Centerfllan Popp, the villian of the play, tries to keep his temper from get- ting the best ot him when loyce tells him to get out oi her lite. Riqht v- loyce Sharpe and Gaylord Kurtz, newlyweds, have a moment alone before being mobbed by the neighbors. Page 23 Aloove-Seniors leave the auditorium first, a tradition lonq established at North. Lett-Phil l-losler seems to be enjoyinq himself as he participates in one of the many pep sessions held throughout the year. Below, Left-,Ron Kirkpatrick, Marilyn Sprunaer, and Larry Heine proudly examine those lonq-sought-atter diplomas, Below, Riqhtf- 'Richard Hurt opens the Senior Door for graduates Hannah Haney and Marceleine Reich. Paqe 24 The Graduating Class Is Ready For The Future Seniors spent many hours working tor the candi- dates ot their choice durinq the campaign tor Senior Class Orlicers. These active supporters seem to he eatinq taster than they are worlcina. Phil l-losler added a touch oi humor to the Senior Banquet as a qreat Prophet. He looked into the future of many members ot the qraduatinq class and predicted what is yet to come. Bolo Willcutts is trying desperately to help Mike Findley into his torrnal in preparation for one oi North's pep sessions. Pete Van Ness looks rather amazed at the proceedings. -145' i , Q Page 25 6290 'Z ,af l .l S -gf- BACKED BY THE Above North Side fans whoop it up at the Coliseum singing the school song for the last time in the Sectional tournament this year. Lette-fMr. Quaker, sponsored by the Quaker Cats Com- pany, tells the unforgettable story ol The Man Witliorit a Country. Below, Lett -Physical education plays an important role at North. l-lere a girls gym class improves their skill in volleyball. Below, Bight f Seniors, loan Roberts, Bob Anderson, Sandra Todd, Kay Baughrnan, lean l-lyndman, lanet Kolf merten, and Nancy Weber, get together in Phil Sheets' convertible to talk over exciting times in their tour years at North. Page 25 Nvmqugf 'Qx VARIETY OF TRAINING Above, Lett Sonn-:1 BoxIey, Sherry R-eQ1sox.er, Lynx Rosenbaum, Ahce Rudensky, Pf31uIonn I-IosI-er, ond BQIIOIG Moriarty Iook wonderingiy ot me critical regions on rms weeks Northerner. AI:Jve, RiqI'1tfSIuoIenIs in Cbemlstry oIc1sses nvmre IUI1 :'nQ1Ic1nq bombs ond experimenting: m Ioborcxtory periods. Here MCIIIIYII Norton, Bev Hofer, ond Roger Morkey Iooli at C1 bomb that BIII 'Wissmon, behind the smoke, Imffs met exploded. RIQIN In CI ploy put on by o dronuotios does, me oId wnch, Donna Crobill, Iooks HonseI, Many Poe, IN the wood shed, wI'IiIe GreteI, Susie LeInnf11n, Iooks on in horror, BeIow -Dunno the I1oII-tnne of many Nonn Sloe qizmes, the Iwulers put on CI iw1rIinq exhibinon. Here vcrrsny :WUI-ers cmd rrospecnve Iwirlers Iine up for fix Iqiol-:mg routme. Poqe QT' 1 - THEIR HIGH SCHO .rv .-Q ll ll Fri .N- Y .WR "M Jill' - " Q , QQ! v, rf" gm , . A, DAYS Page 29 Pfgxqe 30 -4.9 ZZ, Q J rr 4 fLl2X,: at I! af K1 A' f i? CUL Paqe 32 Aaron T. Lindley is in his fourth year of leadinq our school system successfully. He is always ready to praise schools for their achievements and is seen at many school activities. He is a good friend as well as Superintendent of Fort Wayne Schools. The P.T.A. of North Side helps the students by developing a qood parent- teacher relationship. lt is very stronq and influential in the community as a link between the school and its patrons. Officers of P.T.A. for this year were: Robert Zimmerman, second Vice-presidenty Mrs, lohn Lehman, treasurerg Mrs. Paul Hosler, presidentg Mrs. Iames Hawkins, first vice-presidentg and Mrs. Robert Passwater, secretary. F 1 ff A f f if 'sw I . 1 ,K lf? "" gyst M 2 1 Vigil Qu, X . ' it f sl x 2 ,,,, 4 Q . N If , 45 Principal C. Dale Robertson has piloted North Side High School through three ex- citing years. I-le is interested in every phase of school activity and shares the good and bad times with the students. His friendly and sympathetic understand- ing of student problems has helped him to succeed in his role as leader of the Big Dome. Mr Murray, Dean of Boys, is shown giving some advice to sophomores Dave Rinne and Larry Bilger. ln his first year as Dean at North Side, Mr. Murray has given guidance and encouragement to many boys. Page 33 Miss Victoria Gross, Dean of Girls, ad vises students in school affairs and per sonal problems. Her warm, friendly atti tude is felt by everyone. e? , 6. 5 .Q W Miss Barbara Arnold Home Economics fi, 'io-11' Miss Iudith Bowen Latin Paqe 34 QW 24" ff' Miss Marian Bash Social Studies X 3 -A t t. .ff Mrs. Grace Bridqes Business x x ., f .. X..-I Q. '- Miss Helen Bean Home Economics ffm Miss Marjorie Bell Art X Q ,Q . , M H: K ., ., '-,Q -1 H N . -- Y A v , Q . si?-2: 'M' '- Q -T I H fl. Y ,tin H ii . Q, - - 1lZ.lV 5 - - ' "3""f"" '- 0322123283 -gp gr i -,-'3::::::,13 ff" 63,4 ' -uvtiqnvizf In - -. - ' 2 , ,.: 1-:gi . - 'f ""'u0 ,-X' - r 'fix L Et- . 5 Mft? 2211-1- Donald Bruiclc Miss Geneva Burwell Physical Edu-f-aticn English ' f',,f . SX' .. ,- W '22 t .. -A , +3 'fin vw' , N I "Q w Q Q Glen Bickel Mathematics f in ..., Q. -Q , ,mm L .:. V' 4 6 ,- it X ,Ig 4 is 1 it - H 5 5 , 5 I t, Miss Ruth Carroll Chysical Eduvatton Mr. Pressler and Mr. Mertes look content as they take tickets at the basketball qames. g' v -'ffl' pf W! I f, for iii fir V -.,,-w B ,Wa N M .. hs- ' x Cf K 3,47 Q S0110 Chdmbefs Mrs- MQW Arm Hard cn work is Miss Bell while Miss Cleary, Afhleflf Dlfsfflf Chapman Miss Bush, cmd Miss Bowen lake it easy. Business Charles Clark Miss Catherine Cleary l.lorhQ-matics English P ', I' QA K LG fi , fy T7 lx it ' is 'K ,Q j A Q W 3 .-LX? IW' ss 2, M 1 l ' is 5, n A - 1 -' Ab , "BTS 'Af 'ts "':"k Q' I. , lvl Albert Coil Robert Cowan Mrs. Amelia Dare Miss Mary Dilgard Robert Edwards English Social S:ieri:e Health, English Hume Ercrisvrtius lndxislrml Pais l3hys1:cl Edu: Jtzcn Page 35 QQ E' v iii: E W , -5, lff ifi l .ea , A tv WN, , x ,ww A NN if i+ ' as A ,Q pa v- H 1 l -, Q lg shift 4, A 1 rbi' .swf X me W .Av 9 W ki! of . 357' 3516 ,pr .W ,Q pan it ' ww: J -jqayszg -vsggqrg , wwf: .- A ' Q F V - X ,, 1 ,,,v"'l"v,f, Mrs. Leslie Emerson Miss Lorraine Foster Miss Oral Furs! Mrs. Lillian Graham Secretary Latin Business Secretary L. ,szg n X '-ws ' K A. .im -3-Al f " df X , X 4 ff -any ng 4 Li, fi ,Mx X., has cw 13, :.J-My r my VA if i i E 'Q' .r,. ' M 1 l 2 ' 4 l ? i ' f' fi' 5 William Hat! Myron Henderson Miss Mildred Huffman Hyrle Ivy Music English, Social Science English Physical Education, Page 36 Health " .?if' Q' a, 'bi b 1, ,QQ f 'I Nga I X 'kb 1 , X 1 Miss Mabel Greenwalt English ,--V ,A ,' -- 1.1 wh-J' C Q' ,-...Aw 3 Q .- -m,1,P. Yi' r 35 Donald Kemp Physical Education Miss Arnold, Miss Dilqard, and Miss Waller seem to be enjoying their stroll. T' 1 A-.N -4"1:. J' faq, Stanley Lee Pa , Lb' Miss Mary Icme Martin f V G ,W nl il s ...L, .N M'ss Elizabeth Little Xaffxi C9 i 1' 'fii ei X , . v ..,A,-L..-:-V AHA- . ...mu -,-,---.F .- --.. 'A 4 X if-- 1 5' A SZ, As, 'ip , 'T' 'C' L... eg , Iohn Malo!! "-I1'A.'lI'.A' "': ,.'g,..-f ' U ?,-,l,, PA :eww Q 'Q c ,-eq.. Iohn Meries Miss Irene Miller Miss Marie Miller Mrs. Alice Nusbcrum Clifiord Ott 1 -SLIZESS Z'--' -L "-..,.N-. -- Q f M-se s , , S X ss . W ,, , .y 1 K su , l .v1, -V Everett Pennington Mathematics M, ,sms . E: 3 111,55 ., 3'1 '- -' ' zsew zf' 'QT 5 1: "' -,im - fs-..f Mcf c'ifsV . 1 ,I ids? Q Miss Ieanette Rich Music Page 38 t X if gwx n M , Y ' 0 1 M t ,XS Miss Frances Plumanns French, Mathematics Miss lane Richardson Spanish Sherman Pressler Physics, Mathematics, Alcohol and Narcotics S , ..Q, i Miss Katherine Rothenberger Social Science 1 .ff ., lll' Sf' ss as x N 1 1. Z X I X X s S061 f X I X' Iames Purkhiser English, Speech Leslie Reeves Business is X V f M X l' N Mrs. Elizabeth Scott Attendance, Study Hall Miss Ethel Shroyer Library Miss Spieqel and Miss Little traveled to Europe last summer on board the "Queen Eliza- beth." 'W -s ...uw I I 3575+- N, X ,I X 51 fi 2 ,Q-I' i 1. 4-"""' , 4-f , . if Q William Simon I. Robert Sinks Business Social Science 5 "'Sf"'iW f , Q , omni , Mrs. Scotts favorite hobby is playing the orqan. Rutheriord Smuts Industrial Arts Health, Physical Education Miss Margaret Spiegel ' iv 'J . T' ' W ,f ,. is ' -3 Miss Sara Stirling Miss Norma Thiele Harold Thomas English English, lournalisrn Chemistry, Mathematics Miss Vesta Thompson Biology, Botany Tourist Thompson Industrial Arts Page 39 'S x A.: , 1 1 K""" . Robert Traster Vocations. Driver Training Miss Mary Waller Secretary lL X wif, f Y i X qgxxc. i Noel Whiitern Harry Young Physical Geography Social Science Robert Zimmerman Social Science Q'-M Mr. Lee entertains Miss Richardson, Miss Rich, and Mr. Maloti at the Fall Potluck ai Franke Park. Page 40 , The custodians have a big task cleaning the building each evening alter school. Fred Menzie and Herbert Weitsman are sad that lohn Peterink is retiring after 20 years of service. ln the cafeteria many North Side students enjoy the meals which are pre- pared and served by the cooks. The cooks are: Mrs. Witte, Mrs. Schlosser, Mrs. Harnrnons, Miss Ernestine Reiling, Mrs. Dennis, Mrs. Dumbould, Miss Gladys McCullough, Mrs. Besh, Mrs. Gaskell, Mrs. Senger, and Mrs. Menzie. g y Q . .., , 'ul ., . 5 5' s. . ...... .. h , ,, ,,, . - fi x .... .., Page 41 Page 42 is -x uv' CLASSES Page 4 Sandra Todd Robert Anderson Valedictorian Salutatorian Sandra Behrens Sally Bissell Patricia Blue Claudette Bobay Barbara Christie Emil Deister Eleanor Gaulin Huah Glock Carlene Hanson Page 44 Four Year Honor Ronald Harris Laura Hubbard Richard Hui-i Kenneth Husband Linda Kiracoie Ianet Kolrnerten Nancy Kroeqer Ion Micu lanet Milholland Ro Carolyn Moyer Mary Poe Daniel Popp laneen Powell Ioyce Sharpe Edward Stone Peter Van Ness Iudy Winkler lean Witt National Honor Society, North Sides most outstanding honor activity, has established the qualities oi scholarship, character, and service as a basis for membership. Fortyrtwo seniors became members of this qroup this year. This society is made up oi 15 per cent oi the students from the senior class, and those chosen must be in the scholastic upper third of their class. Those seniors are Robert Anderson, Sandra Behrens, Patsy Blue, Claudette Bobay, Phil Brunner, Barbara Christie, Richard Esterline, lames Foy, Eleanor Gaulin, Hugh Glock, Carlene Hanson, Laura Hubbard, Richard Hutt, Kenneth Husband, Linda Kiracote, lanet Kolmerten, Nancy Kroeger, Gaylord Kurtz, Kay Loudermilk, lon Micu, lanice Milholland, Carolyn Moyer, lulia Mueller, Gwendolyn Myers, Robert Pace, Sue Parker, Kay Perrin, Mary Poe, Daniel Popp, laneen Powell, lames Redwanski, Marceline Reich, Dewey Senaef, loyce Sharpe, Edward Stone, lanice Thomas, Sandra Todd, Ronald Trowbridge, Peter VanNess, Robert Wilcutts, and ludith Winkler. Ronald Harris was chosen in his junior year at Anderson, lndiana, where he attended school last year. Paqe 45 . I K .X . . i NX!! 1 .lt y t 5 'Q Y -r X ,. ,. J-K x Looking over the colendctr oi events for their lost yectr ore the senior clczss officers, Neil Lontz, vicefpresidentp Bob Anderson, presidentp Phil Hosler, sociol councilg loneen Powell, secretory-treosurer, Emil Deister, sociol council: Gwen Myers, sociol choirmong ond Fronlc Schollett, sociol council. Page 46 The odvisers for this yeor's senior closs were: seoted, Miss Morqoret Spiegel, Miss Marjorie Bell, Mrs. Morycrnn Chotpmotn, Miss Ruth Corroll, Miss Irene Miller, ond Miss ludith Bowen, Stonclinq, Mr. Noel Whittern, Mr. Hyrle Ivy, Mr. Robert Edwards, Mr. Buthtord Smuts, ond Mr. l-lorold Thornos. KENNETH EARL ADAMS BARBARA HELEN ANDERSON Parmi Nos Amis: lr. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block. ROBERT D. ANDERSON Student Council: Globetrotters: Heli- con: Hi-Y, Chaplain, Vice President, President: l.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Band, N.S.l.: Freshman Social Coun- cil: Senior Class President: National Honor Society: Track: Salutatorian. BRUCE LESTER APPLEGATE Hi-Y: Cross Country: Tennis: Basket- ball, Letterman: Track. DONALD PRESTON ARNEY Student Council: Camera: Hi-Y: Los Sodalesz Band: Orchestra: N.S.l., President. HARVEY ORLAND BAKER Cross Country, Letterman: Track, Letterman: intramural Basketball. MARVIN DALE BALLARD Band: Orchestra: N.S.l. MARIAN KAY BAUGHMAN F.T.A.: Helicon: Masque and Gavel: Parmi Nos Amis: Ir. Red Cross: Band: N.S,I.: Northerner: Legend: Rippel- ettes. DONNA KAY BAUMGARTNER I.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: Reserve Cheer Leader: Cheerinq Block: Girls Choir. IACKIE LEE BAUMGARTNER Globetrotters: lr. Red Cross: Twirler: Legend. JAMES STANLEY FRANK BECKSTEIN Camera: Hi-Y: Los Sodales: Masque and Gavel: Chorus: Band: Orchestra: N.S.l,: Senior Play: School Service. SANDRA LEE BEHRENS Student Council: Glohetrotters: Heli- con: PolarfYg Ir. Red Cross: Band: Orchestra: N.S.l., Secretary: Legend: National Honor Society: Rippelettes. Music Chairman. MARILYN MAXINE BELL G.A.A,, Sophomore Representative: Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Legend: Rippelettes, Secretary. RICHARD HALE BERGHOFF Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Cheerinq Block: Basketball, Letterman: Track. SALLY LEE BERNARD Ir. Red Cross: Band: Orchestra: N.S.I. 3 11 Page 47 Page 48 SALLY ANNE BISSELL Helicon, l.F.L.p l.C,L.g Masque and Gavelg Phy-Cliemg Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Blockg Northerrier, Exchange Editor, Assistant Circulation Editorg l5OO Clubg Senior Playp School Service. PATRICIA ANN BLUE Student Councily Globetrotters, Secre- tary: Helicon, Service Recorderg I.F,L.g I,C.L,g Masque and Gavel, Pl'iy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block, A Cappellay Legend, Agent, Starfg Na- tional Honor Society. CLAUDETTE ANN BOBAY F.T.A.g Publicity Chairman, Nature, National Honor Society. RALPH F. BOGARDUS Student Council, Helicong Hi-Y, Secre tary, Treasurer: National Forensic Leagueg Phy-Chem: Bandp N.S.l.: Legendy Football, Letterman. BARBARA ANN BOGENSCHUETZ Globetrottersg l.F.L.g I.C.L.p Masque and Gavel: lr. Bed Cross, Cheerina Block, A Cappella, Northerner, Agent, Legend. LARRY H. BOLMAN Globetrottersg Los Sodalesg Cheerina Block. CHARLES CLARK BONNELL Training Choir, Bandy N.S.l., Auto Designing: Swirnrningg Intramural Basketball. SANDRA IEAN BOOK G.A.A.g Cheering Block. MELVIN GARLAND BOOKOUT Globetrotters, Publicity Chairmang Heliconp Hi-Y, Membership Chairman, Publicity Chairman, I.F,L., Vice Presi- dentp Masque and Gavel, Program Chairman: Ir. Red Cross, Publicity Chairmang A Cappellag Northerner, Agentg Legendp National Thespian, Triple Trio, Senior Play. ROBERT NEIL BOSSERMAN Los Sodales. SANDRA MARIE BOWMAN Polar-Yg Cheering Blockg Chorus. GERALD LYNN BOXBERGER DAVID PAUL BOXLEY Student Council, Globetrottersg Los Sodales, Vice Presidenty Northerner, Agent, Classroom News Editor, As- sistant News Editor, News Editor. Managing Editor, Co-Editor-in-Chief, l5OU Club: Quill and Scroll. BARBARA CLARK BRIGGS Student Council, F.T.A.g I.F.L.g Mas- que and Gavel, President, Ir. Red Crossy Cheering Blockg A Cappellag National Thespian. CHARLES EDWARD BROWN Intramural Swimming. PAUL RUSSELL BROWN Rttley Cheer Leaderg Cheermq Block: Crass Country. PHIL BRUNNER NANCY LEE CALDWELL GRETCHEN ANNE CALLIHAN Student Councxlq F.T.A.g I,F.l..: Mas- que and Gavel: lr. Red Crossq Cheer- rna Block: A Cappella. MARILYN IEAN CAMPBELL Parmis Nos Anus: Cheerina Elockq A Cappellap Northernery Legendy Senior Play. DAVE RAY CARPENTER Fufle. IAMES EDWARD CAYWOOD Student Councrlp Rilley Northerner, Agent: Cross Country: 'l'rat:k. BARBARA ANN CHRISTIE F.'l'.A.g I-lelrcang I.F.l.., Secretary- Treasurerg Parrru Nas. Anusg Chqwrusy Twlrlery Legend, Aaenty Natranal Honor Socrety. CYNTHIA RHUE CLARK Glabetrottersp lr. Red Cross: Varsrty Cheer Leaderg Cheerma Block: Semor Playp Rrppelettes, Sched Servre. DON CLARK Audiorvxsual, Head Ogiexatcr. ROBERT LLOYD CLOWSER Rule. EDWARD T. COLLINS I-l1'Yg Nature: Rxtleq Chorus- Semor Playg Football, Manaaerq Cross Country, Manaaerg Basketball, Mana- qerp Track, Manaaer. KENNETH SHELDON CON NER Booster: Los Sodales: Rrfle: Chorus: Orchestra, DONNA LEE CRABILL l.F.I.,y lr. Red Crass: Cheering Leqend, Agent. IUDITH IOAN CRALL Globetrotters. f""'7' I - ' J 11' g t W. aa . 4,- DI fe if ,Q-.. vm 'T lim., P? 5 "' I I ' 2 ""' --f w. ' I ' ' 1 Q 'L L X X I Q I fri-' . LD gl 'V K2 R X K 1 f 4 4. t . C I I K, U 'Z' " X ' .. 'T' Page 4U 'Q A ,-to is ..1, -U X l A 1 'v J s. M 1 1 :Q Q lx I 'A IQ I at' I. Lg U 9 sz?-v vi-3 3- Paqe 50 LINDA CROSLEY ROSELLA CROSBY Polar-Y. MARIANNE CROSS Cheerinq Block. NANCY ELIZABETH CUNNINGHAM Cheerinq Black: A Cappella. EMIL MARK DEISTER Student Council, Globetrottersy Heli' Cen, Treasurer, Hi-Y, Vice President, Masque and Gavel, Vice President, Phy-Chem, President A Cappella, Senior Social Council, Track, Basket- ball. BRIAN E. DELISLE Los Sodales, Social Chairman: Mas- que and Gavel, Phy-Chem, Chorus, Band, Orchestrap N.S.l.g Northerrier, Photographer, Legend, Photographer, Cyclotron. DONALD KENNETH DERROW Football, Letterman. ELMER DILLER DAVID ALAN DOBBERKAU Camera, Phy-Chem, Treasurer. MAX FREDRICK DOEHRMAN Intramural Basketball. BYRON CRAIG DREW Phy-Chem. CLAYTON IAMES EHLERT. IR. Transferred from Parma Senior High School, Cleveland, Ohio. I OY IEAN ELLENWOOD Masque and Gavel, Ir. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block: Chorus, Northerner, Agent. MARCELLA MARIE ENGLISH Student Council: Ir. Red Cross, Northerner. DELORES ANN ERXLEBEN RICHARD ALAN ESTERLINE Student Council: Rifle: Cheering Block: National Honor Society: Foot- ball, Letterman: Basketball: Track. Letterman. DONNA I EAN FACKLER F.T,A,, Vice President: Globetrotters: Los Sodales: Masque and Gavel: Cheeririg Block: Northerner: National Thespian. RICHARD W. FARDAL Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Cheering Blockg A Cappelle: Intramural Basketball: Intramural Volleyball. SHARON ANN FEAGLER F.T.A.: Globetrotters: Cheering Block: Chorus. IOYCE ELNORA FERRELL Los Sodales: Girls Choir. MICHAEL D. FINDLEY Hi-Y: Masque and Gavel: Phy-Chem Social Chairman: lr. Bed Cross: Rifle: Cheenng Block: A Cappella: Legend, Underclassmen Editor, Agent: Senior Play: Intramural Basketball: Intra- mural Volleyball: Tennis. BARBARA ANN FORTNER F.T.A.: Phy-Chem: Cheering Block: Chorus: Twirler: Legend Agent: Girls Choir. IOSEPH ALLEN FORTNER lr. Bed Cross: A Cappella: Legend Agent. LEE D. FOSTER IAMES BRYAN FOY Student Council: National Forensic: Phy-Chem, Vice President: National Honor Society, DALE EDWARD FULKERSON Student Council: Globetrotters: Hi-Y, Chaplain: Nature: Phy-Chem, Vice President: lr. Bed Cross: Rifle: Cheer- ing Block: Northerner Agent: Legend. MARILYN ROSE GALLMEIER HARRY IAMES GARNETTE Hi-Y, Program Chairman, Secretary: Phy-Chem: Ir. Bed Cross: Bifle, Vice President: Cheering Block: Legend: Senior Play: Intramural Basketball: Intramural Volleyball: Tennis, Letter- man: Basketball. ELEANOR RUTH GAULIN F.T.A.: Los Sodales. Secretary, Treas- urer: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Legend: National Honor Society. DANIEL DARWIN GEARY Cross Country. 19 x I, Y? f- 5 fix f ca Y myx neva xt Xb? 4-""'f' -me 9' is X irq. 1 ::-. fl Page 51 lf, Page 52 MARY ELIZABETH GEIGER G,A.A.g I.F,L.p Phy-Chem, Social Chairmang Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Blocky A Cappellag Northerner, Busi- ness Manager: Leqendg l5OO Club. DAVID FRANCIS GIBSON Ir. Red Cross: Intramural Basketballp Intramural Volleyball. GARY A. GIESSLER Hi-Yp Cheerinq Blockg Footballg Cross Country: Basketball, Letterrnanp Track. GARY WAYNE GILBERT Hi-Yg Rifle-g Chee-rinq Blockp Intra- mural Basketbally Intramural Volley- ball. IANICE GINZELL Globe-trottersp Masque and Gavelg Phy-Che-my lr. Red Crossg Cheerinq Blockp Legend. ALAN ROGER GLOCK Student Council: Phy-Chem: Cheer' ina Blockg Football, Le-ttermang Bas- ketball. HUGH EDWIN GLOCK Student Councilg lrlelicong I-li-Yy I.C.L., Aedile, Senior Consulp Cheerinq Blockg Freshman Social Councilg Sophomore Class Presidentg National Honor Society: Football, Letterman. IANICE LOUISE GODSCHALK Ir, Red Crossg Twirler. IANET ELAINE GREER Globetrottersg I.F.L.p Masque and Gavelg Polar-Yg lr. Red Crossp Cheer- inq Blockg Chorus. ARLEN E I. HAGERMAN Los Sodalesp Ir. Red Crossp Rifley Cheer Leader. NADINE HAINES LARRY HALL I-li-Yg Phy-Chem: Cheerinq Bloclcp Football, Lettermang Trackg Intramural Basketball. ELIZABETH ANNE HALTER Bocsterg Chorus. DARLENE IOY HAMILTON Student Councilp F.T.A.g G.A.A,g Bandp Orche-strap N.S.l.g Leaendy National Honor Society. HANNAH I ANE HANEY Polar-Yg Cheerinq Blockp Chorus: Legend. CARLENE SUE HANSON Student Council, F.T.A., Secretary, State President, I.F.L.g Masque and Gavelg Ir. Red Cross, Membership Chairman, Cheerinq Blockg lunior Social Council, Northerner, Editor-in Chielg Leqend, Editor-in-Chietg 1500 Clubp Quill and Scrollg National Honor Society, School Servicey Rip- pelettesg Senior Play. SHARON LEE HARDIEK Globetrottersg Cheerinq Blockq A Cappella, Secretary. LYNN LESLIE HARP Student Council, Sergeant of Arms: Cheerinq Block, N.S.l.p Orchestray Football, Letterman, lntramural Bas- ketballg Track. I UDY DIANE HARPER Globetrottersg l.F.I.,g Masque and Gavel, Parmi Nos Amis, lr. Red Cross, Social Chairrnany Cheerinq Blockp Northerner, Advertising Mana' qer, Artistp Legend, Agent, Artisty 1500 Club: Senior Play. RONALD EUGENE HARRIS Glcbetrottersy Phy-Chemy National Honor Societyg Transferred from Anddson Hiqh School, Anderson, Indiana. IAMES DAVID HARTZELL Globetrottersg I-li-Yp Phy-Chem, Cheerinq Block. KENNETH WAYNE HAUSCHILD LARRY L. HEINE Cheerinq Blockg Cross Country, Track, Letterman. NANCY BETH HENDERSON F.T.A,: Masque and Gavelg Cheer- inq Block. LYNN ETHEL HETTEMA Camerag F.T.A., Records Committee Chairman, Globetrottersg I.C.L., Scribe, Aedile, Senior Consulg Phy- Chemg Ir. Red Crossp Cheerinq Block, Legend. RICHARD ARTHUR HICKOX Cross Country, Letterman, Basketball, Letterrnang Track. IAMES E. HIGHDUCHECK Transferred from California l-liqh School, MARILYN IEAN HOBSON Globetrottersg I.F.L.g Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross. NANCY LOU HOBSON Student Councilg I.F.I..g Masque and Gavel, Treasurer, Parmi Nos Amis, President, Secretaryg Phy-Chem, Cheerinq Block. SHIRLEY ICANN HOSHAW Polar-Yg lr. Red Crossg Chorus, my -WS' K' Page 53 A. PHILLIPS HOSLER Student Councilg Hi-Y, President, lr. Red Cross, Treasurer, Cheerinq Blocky A Cappella, Triple Triop Senior Social Councilp Northerner, Sports Editor, Leqendp l500 Club, Football, Letter- rnanp Intramural Basketball, Track, Letterman. ERROL LESTER HOUK Phy-Chem, Rifle. HAROLD LOUIS HOUSEHOLDER Intramural Basketball. I ULIAN DEWAINE HOUTZ Camerag A Cappella, Northernerg Leqendq Auto Designing, Track. LAURA GENE HUBBARD Globetrottersg Helicon, I.F.L.g l.C.L., Masque and Gavel, Phy-Chem, Ir. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block: Chorus, Leqendg National Honor Society, RICHARD NEVIN HUFF Helicon, Hi-Y, Orchestra: N.S.l.g Na- tional Honor Society. IACK LEE HUFFMAN Camera, President: Phy-Chem, Rifle, Northernerg Leqend, Co-Sports Editory 1500 Club, Cyclotron Club, Co' Chairman. GERALD LEE HUGUENARD I.F.L., Cheerinq Blockg Intramural Basketball. KENNETH WARD HUSBAND Helicon: Hi-Y: Phy-Chem, Legend, Activities Editor, National Honor Society, School Service: Tennis. IEAN ANN HYNDMAN Student Councilq F.T.A.g GAA.: Twirler: Drum Majoretteg Leqendp Rippelettes., President. IAMES DARYL IACKSON Los Sodales: Rifle. BARBARA ANN IOHNSON Student Councilg Carnerap Nature, Rifle. ROBERTA ILENE IOHNSON Cheerinq Block. RONALD LEE I OHN SON Hi'Yp Bandg Orchestrap N.S.l., Par- liamentarian. SANDRA SUE KANOUSE Globetrottersg Masque and Gavel: Ir. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Chorus: Band, School Service, Senior Play. LOU ANN KELLER Ir. Red Cross: Band. TOM SCOTT KELLER Globetrottersg l.C,L.: Rifle: A Cap- pella. CHARLES DAVID KIESS Camera: Audio Visual Head: Auto Designing. LINDA MAXINE KIRACOFE Student Council: PTA., Parliamen- tarian, Vice President: G.A.A.: Los Sodales, Treasurer, President: Parmi Nos Amis, President: Twirler: Legend, Faculty Head: Rippelettes, Secretary: School Service: National Honor Society. RONALD LOUIS KIRKPATRICK Phy-Chem: Rifle: A Cappella. CXRC L KISSINGER DAVID ALLAN KNAPP IANET LOU KOLMERTEN Student Council: Globetrotters, Social Chairman, Secretary: Helicon, Secre- tary: Band: N,S.l., Treasurer: National Honor Society. PATRICIA IOSEPHINE KREIGH F',T.A: Globelrotters: Los Sodales: Band. NANCY IOAN KROEGER PTA.: Globetrotiers: Helicon: IPL., Social Chairman: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Band: N.S.l.: Norther- ner, Agent: National Honor Society. RONALD DEAN KRUCKEBERG intramural Football: intramural Bas- ketball. , IANET SUE KRUSE Chorus. GAYLORD LELAND KURTZ Student Council: I.F.L., Vice Presi- dent: Cheerinq Block: Northerner, Agent: A Cappella: National Honor Society: Senior Play: Intramural Basketball, CAROLENE IONEL KYLER Nature: Polar-Y: Cheerinq Block. GENE LAMPE X Y'-if Q- - x if, M Mft? Ig. 'hr' ' 'J V mow X ' 'Wiv- .,..-iQ' Page 55 X g gg ,f ge- L. fin., X sv' 'I 4 I kg, I ' Q ' f' - A , 1' , W . 1 4 . - ' fx, ky Y 85 h . 5 ,sf nh ,if X W it . ,,..-' y, '- ., , .V - r ' .V A ' Q . 5 f We 1 . N, :Q t Y K 'A' hw... f. -,evra f r 3 S wx .fm 'YH vw. . is, f Ig., , x x . , Ai Xb .x 7' 4 S 4 55,4 L "F, lk 'Y - n-L.-.- Q 'iff l IFN., t ali IG' AQ. ray' -Wm, ,sf t 'if' 'I ' ,.,, I . ga QI . . -:rt rt, Page 55 NEIL EDWARD LANTZ Student Council, President: Helicon: I.F.L., President, Publicity Chairmang Phy-Chem: Band, Orchestrag N,S,l., Vice Presidentg Freshman Social Chairmang Sophomore Vice Presidentp Iunior Class Presidentg Senior Vice Presidentg Legend, lntramural Basket- ball. SHARON LATHAM CAROL IEAN LEVY Student Council, Globetrottersg Mas- que and Gavelg Parmi Nos Amis, Vice President: Ir. Red Cross: Cheer- inq Block: A Cappella Leqendg School Service, Senior Play. SANDRA IRENE LINK Student Council: Globetrottersg Phy- Chemg Ir. Red Crossg Cheerinq Blockg A Cappella, Legend. PATRICIA IANE LINNEMEIER THOMAS E. LORAINE Parmi Nos Amis, Cheerirxq Block: School Service, Football, Manager, Basketball, Manaqerg Intramural Basketball, Track. KAY LYNN LOUDERMILK Student Council, P.T.A., Membership Chairman, Globetrottersg Helicon, I.F.L., Vice President, Membership Chairmang National Forensic, Secre- taryp Parmi Nos Amis, President: Phy-Chem, Secretaryg Cheerinq Block, National Honor Society: Senior Play. GENE RICHARD MADDEN ROGER A. MARKEY Hi-Y, Cheerinq Block: Intramural Basketball. MARY CHARLOTTE MATTER Transferred from South Side High School, Masque and Gavel. WILLIAM STACY MAXWELL Los Sodalesp Phy-Chem, Rifleg Tennis. DONNA RAE MCCAGUE Polar-Y, Cheerinq Bloclcy Chorus. CARLTON K. MCDERMOTT School Service. PATRICIA KAY MCINTEER l.F.L.g Ir. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, School Service. MICHAEL MCLAUGHLIN ROBERT L. MEISTER Student Council, Globetrotters, Fresh- man Class President, Sophomore Social Chairman, lunior Social Coun- cil, Football, Letterman, Basketball, Letterman, Track. IOYCE IUNE MICHAEL ION THOMAS MICU Student Council, Vice President, Heli- con, Vice President, President, H1-Y, President, lr. Red Cross, Secretary, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Triple Trio, Northerner, Agent, National Honor Society, Tennis, Letterman, Intramural Basketball. IANICE ELAINE MILHOLLAND Globetrotters, National Honor Society. IAMES HOWARD MILLER Student Council, Helicon, Hi-Y, Los Sodales, President, A Cappella, Tennis. CAROLYN ANN MINYARD Phy-Chem, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Northerner, Agent, Legend, School Service, Senior Play. IOAN L. MOORE Student Council, Globetrotters, Mas- que and Gavel, Phy-Chem, lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Band, Legend, Agent. SHIRLEY ANNE MOSSHAMMER Student Council, I.F.L., Masque and Gavel, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Band, Legend: School Service. CAROLYN IOAN MOYER F.T.A., Social Chairman, Globetrot- ters, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Legend, National Honor Society. MARILYN IEAN MOYER Globetrotters, Phy-Chem, Polar-Y, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Chor- us, Legend, Rippelettes. IULIA ANNE MUELLER F.T.A., Helicon, Globetrotters, Mas- que and Gavel, Secretary, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Northerner, Advertising Manager, Legend, Senior Editor, l5OO Club, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Senior Play, School Service. WARREN GRANT MUNSON Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Intra- mural Basketball. GWENDOLYN KAY MYERS Student Council, F,T.A., Secretary, President, Helicon, Publicity Chair- man, I.F.L., Masque and Gavel, Phy- Chem, Social Chairman, lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Girls Choir, Senior Social Chairman, Northerner, Feature Editor, Copy Editor, Legend, Assistant Editor, l5OU Club, Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, Senior Play: Rippelettes. MARY IOAN NASH G.A.A., Iunior Representative, Secre- tary, l.F.L., Masque and Gavel, Band, N.S.l,, Legend, School Service. TERRY IOHN NEUHAUS Booster, lr. Red Cross, Rifle, A Cappella. Page 57 -'mv "Cf K'-1.1" NM . , i is f me fi , Qs., f, Page 58 MARILYN IEANNE NORTON F.T.A., Legend. PHYLLIS ANN NUERGE PATRICIA LOUISE NUSSEL Polar-Y, Ir. Bed Cross, Twirler, School Service. SHARON IEAN OLSON Polar-Y, Cabinet, Cheering Block, Training Choir. BOB EUGENE PACE Student Council, Iunior Class Social Chairman, National Honor Society, Football, Letterman, Basketball, Let' terrnan, Track, Letterman. IANICE ANN PAPE F.T.A., lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Northerner, ELCIE ELLEN PARKER SUE ANNE PARKER Globetrotters, I.F.L., Nature, Vice President, Secretary: Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Norther- ner, Agent, National Honor Society: Rippelettes. PETE TRIER PAULISON Los Sodales, Cheering Block, Legend, Agent, Football, Letterman, Intra- mural Basketball. STEVE MICHAEL PERFECT Camera, Vice President, Northerner, Legend, 1500 Club, Tennis. KAY ANNES PERRIN Student Council, Globetrotters, I.F.L., I.C.l,., Secretary, Vice President, Presi- dent, Aedile, Masque and Gavel, Phy-Chem, Polar-Y, lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Chorus, Northerner, Agent, Legend, Sophomore Editor, National Honor Society, Senior Play, Rippelettes, Girls Choir. BEVERLY IEAN PLATT PAUL EDWARD PLUMMER Cheering Block, Chorus, Cross Country, Letterman, Track, Intramural Basketball. MARY CAROLYN POE Student Council, Helicon, Program Chairman, I.F.L., l.C.L., Masque and Gavel, Phy-Chem, Ir. Red Cross, Treasurer, Cheering Block, A Cap' pella, Freshman Class Vice President, Legend, National l-lonor Society, Chansonettes, Senior Play, School Service. RICHARD EDWARD POINSETT l-li-Y, Cheering Block. RUTH ANN PONTIUS I.F.L., Masque and Gavel, Parmi Nos Amis, Vice President, Phy-Chem, lr. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Legend, Agent, School Service, DANIEL BERTON PONTONI Student Council, Camera, Treasurer, Phy-Chem, Rifle, President, Execu- tive Secretary, Northerner, Legend, Co-Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll. DANIEL MCVAGH POPP Student Council, Helicon, Hi-Y, Presi- dent, Cheerinq Block, Northerner, Sports Editor, Legend, l5OO Club, Senior Play. IANEEN ROSE POWELL F,T.A., Vice President, Helicon, I.F.L,, Secretary, Treasurer, Cheerinq Block, Senior Class Secretary-Treasurer, Legend, National Honor Society. ANNA A. PRADA G.A.A., Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block. KATHLEEN SUE PRAIRIE Nature, Point Recorder, Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block, A Cappella. STEPHEN HENRY PULVER Camera, Helicon, Nature, President, Parma Nos Amis, Phy-Chem, Rifle, Treasurer, Orchestra, N.S.l. PATRICIA ANN RACKEL l:'.T.A., l.P,L,, Assistant Social Chair- man, Masque and Gavel, Parmi Nos Amis, Cheerinq Block, Legend, Aqent, Senior Play, School Service. IAMES LEWIS REDWANSKI Phy-Chem, National Honor Society. MARCELENE M. REICH Helicon. Service Recorder, Northerner, Agent, A Cappella, National Honor Society. PHYLLIS IEAN ROBBINS Polar-Y. GORDON PAUL ROBERS Transferred from Cleveland, Ohio, Helicon. IOAN ROBERTS Student Council, I.C.L., Vice Presi- dent, Treasurer, Publicity Chairman, Masque and Gavel, Phy-Chem, Secre- tary, Treasurer, Nature, Ir. Red Cross, Social Chairman, Chorus, Band, Or- chestra, N.S.l., Legend, Rippelettes, Senior Play: School Service. RICHARD RAYMOND RONALD ROBERTS ANNE KEN YON ROBINSON Student Council, Helicon, Los Sodales, Secretary, Polar-Y, Ir. Red Cross, Cheerinq Block, Chorus, Northerner, Editor-in-Chief, l5O0 Club, Quill and Scroll. ns., 1 Page 59 4-I . .. if ,XIX Page 60 0011? IANICE LEE ROCKHILL G,A.A., Parmi Nos Amis, Polar-Y, lr, Red Cross, Chorus. ALAN WILSON ROSENBAUM Student Council, Helicon, Hi-Y, Mas- que and Gavel, National Forensic, President, Phy-Chem, Cheering Block, Northerner, Co-Sports Editor, Legend, l500 Club, National Athletic Honor Society: Tennis, Letterman. ALICE MAY ROSS Masque and Gavel, Polar-Y, Cheer- ing Block, Senior Play, PHYLLIS JEAN SAMPSON Cheering Block, Twlrler. MARY CATHERINE SAURBAUGH Chorus. IOHN O. SCHEELE Rifle. FRANK ANDREW SCHOLLETT Senior Social Council, National Ath- letic Honor Society, l7:o.ball, Letter- man, Basketball, Letterman, Track. IOY LA RUE SEMONES Polar-Y, Chorus, DEWEY DALE SENGER Gloktetrotters, Phy-Chem, Cheering Block, Freshman Secretary-Treasurer, Scphornore Secretary-Treasurer, Na' tional Honor Society, Legend, Agent, Athletic Honor Society, Football, Let' terman, Basketball, Track, Letterman. CAROLYN ANN SESNEY G.A.A., Chorus. ROSEMARY SHAMBAUGH G.A.A,, Los Sodales, Nature: Phye Chem, Polar-Y, Cheering Block, Chorus. IOYCE ANN SHARPE Student Council, Secretary: Globe- trotters, President, Helicon, l.F.L., Los Sodales, President, Masque and Gavel, lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Chansonettes, Iunior Class Secretary: Legend, Agent, Na- tional Honor Society, National Thes- pian, Rippelettes, Senior Play. SHARON LOU SHAW GA ,A. ALICE IEAN SHEAK F.T.A., G.A.A., Masque and Gavel, Phy-Chern, Northerner, Legend, Agent, Senior Play, Training Band. PHILIP TITUS SHEETS Hi-Y, lr. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Football, Letterman, Basketball, Track. ELLIS CHARLES SHIRLEY Football, Basketball, Track, Letter- man. WILLIAM EARL SHOOT A Cappella. TERRY DALE SIMS Booster, President, Vice President, I-li-Y, I.F.L., Ir. Red Cross. RONALD SLATER Track, Letterman. IUDITH SUE SMART Student Council, Booster, Masque and Gavel, Polar-Y, Point Recorder, Membership Chairman, Vice Presi- dent, President, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Legend. ROBERT DUWAYNE SMITH I-li-Y, Ir. Red Cross, Chee-ring Block, Band, Orchestra, N.S.l DANNIE LEE SMITH LOIS A. SMITH Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Or- chestra. RICHARD FREDRIC SMITH Booster, Vice President, Point Record- er, Camera, Hi-Y, lr. Red Cross: Rifle, Cheering Block, Chorus, Foot- ball. GLORIA MAE SNYDER Polar-Y. RICHARD WESLEY SNYDER Student Council, Globetrotters, Hi-Y, I.F.L., Phy-Chem, Ir. Red Cross, Cheering Block, Iunior Class Social Council, Athletic Honor Society, Foot- ball, Letterman, Track, Letterman. GEORGE WILLIAM SPICE Globetrotters, Los Sodales, Legend, Audio-Visual, Cross Country, Basket- ball, l-lead Student Manager. SUE SPRINGER Student Council, F.T.A., I.F.L., Mas- que and Gavel, Cheering Block. MARILYN RUTH SPRUNGER Twirler. CAROLINE MAURICE STAIGHT Chorus, Northerner, Legend, School Service. ' 1 If-,E " "":'fi.5"'-t,,, , 'R 3 , , Q21 4 .I .- qkfgtff ., gf", sr Q53 fi. 2,39 r-f'fem - 5 .'L',iI'w,g, -gpo- xy,--uf GW-Tl .-f Awekwfe tis ' W ,nm - Q , I . if f dy, i Wt ""'il-L ff, K . wg .9 'gms ag. Page 61 ii. .-.f pF, -i ...A , ' .ilk 5 Q I this 'W' f ,- Xt 2 Ness N .,.,-' V, -g i P .- x f.,j. ' "Y i sy 4,-gf XB 1. ,gg . 55 ': 'R . X i t -1 -F A .occ A x I X Y 1 4 aff 'in Q? Page 62 Tig . ,.. , . T., va-alle 7' if -.ti X? ii QU' r"17' ROBERT CARL STELLHORN Intramural Basketball. STEPHAN MICHAEL STOCKBERGER Camera, Parmi Nos Amis, Rifle, Cheerinq Block. EDWARD PAUL STONE Student Council, Parliamentarian, Helicon, Critic, President, Hi-Y, lr. Red Cross, Cheeririq Block, Norther- ner, Aqent, Bookhead, National Honor Society, National Athletic Honor Society, Tennis, Letterman. DAVID I ONATHAN STOUT Student Council, Los Sodales, Presi- dent, Vice President, Phy-Chem, Rifle, Vice President, Treasurer. DONNA LOUISE STRAHM ELLEN TERRY Nature, Polar-Y, Cheerinq Block, Twirler. SU THIXTUN Cheerinq Block. IANICE L. THOMAS Student Council, F.T.A., Globetrotters, Helicon, I,F.L., Masque and Gavel, National Forensic, lr. Red Cross, Vice President, President, Cheerinq Block, Training Choir, Northerner, Agent, Co-Exchange Editor, Feature Editor. Copy Editor, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Legend, Agent, l5OO Club: Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society. IERRY E. THOMAS Rifle. SANDRA MARLENE TODD Student Council, Treasurer, F.T.A., Globetrotters, Social Chairman, Vice President, Helicon, Social Chairman, I.F.L., President, l.C,L., Praedictor, Ir. Red Cross, Vice President, Band, Orchestra, N.S.I., Freshman Social Council, Sophomore Social Chairman, lunior Class Vice President, Norther- ner, Legend, National Honor Society. MARY LOU TOMKINSON G.A.A., Rifle. KEITH LEON TRACEY lntramural Basketball, Intramural Volleyball. RONALD LEE TROWBRIDGE Hi-Y, Cheerinq Block, A Cappella: Triple Trio, National Honor Society: National Athletic Honor Society, Foot- ball, Cross Country, Basketball, Let- terman, Track, Letterman. IOAN SUE TUSTISON I.F.L., Polar-Y, lr. Red Cross, Cheer- inq Block, Traininq Choir, Legend. SANDRA SUE UNDERHILL Student Council, Parmi Nos Amis, Cheer Leader, Cheerinq Block. SUZANNE E. URBINE PolarfYg Northerner. GEORGIANNA VAN KIRK PETER REEVES VAN NESS Y Camerag F.T.A.y Globetrottersg Hifi Program Chaiirnang l.P.I.., Publicity Chairmang Masque and Gavel: Php Cheng Bandq N,S.l.g Orchestrag l'-la ticndl Honor Societyg Tennis. ROSE MARY VOLKMAN Cheerinq Block, BEN IOE WALL A Cappellag Triple Trio. DON ALLEN WEBER H1-Yy Cheermq Bloclcq Cross Country Track. NANCY ANN WEBER F.T.A.g l.F.L.y Los Soddles, Vice Presz dent, Membership Chairmang Masada and Gavel: lr. Red Crossg Band N.S.l.p Legendg Rippelettes. ROGER DAN WELKLIN IULIA LORETTA WERZ School Service. BEVERLY IEAN WHEELER DANNY DIX WIDMANN Cameray Auto Desiqnincjy Ccs Country, Lettermang Track. MARIE ELLA WIEGMAN v G.A.A.g Globetrottersq Polar-Yg Yr Red Cross: School Service, ANN LOUISE WILDING F,T.A.y Globetrottersg l.F.L.g Nature S t - Pl Y- lr R d C s ecre ary, o ar- , . e ros Chee-rinq Block: Training Choir Legend: Senior Play. ROBERT S. WILLCUTTS Student Council: Globetrottersg La Sodales, Social Chairmang Phy-Chem National Honor Societyg Schcc Service. BARBARA LOU WILSON Polar-Yy Northerner. Page 64 i, Miv- LINDA SUE WINDLEY IUDY PHYLLIS WINKLER Student Council, F.T.A., G.A.A., Presi- dent, Vice President, I.F.L., Masque and Gavel, Rifle, Cheering Block, A Cappella, Legend, National Honor Society, Rippelettes, Senior Play. WILLIAM WAYNE WISSMAN Student Council, Globe-trotters, Phy- Chem, Ir. Red Cross, Legend. IEANNE ALICE WITT Globetrottersz Los Sodalesz Rifle, Cheering Block, Chorus, Legend. IIM D. WITTWER Rifle. HELEN MARIE WOODS G.A.A., Band, Orchestra, MARILYN IRENE WYSS Ir, Red Cross, Cheering Block, Northerner, Agent, Business Mana- ger, Legend, Business Manager, l5OU Club, Quill and Scroll. SALLY IEAN YAHNE Student Council, F.T.A., I.F,L., Social Chairman, Masque and Gavel, Cheer- ing Blockp Legend, National Thes- pian. CLARENCE E. ZION DALE LEE ZIRKLE Student Council, Legend, Agent, Football, Head Manager, Cross Country, Manager, Basketball, Mana- ger, Track, Manager. X 't CENTS wx, 2 Like many Redskins, Anne Robinson and Nancy Kroeaer indulqe in qettinq a bite to eat while Gordon Robers and Ed Stone are waiting their turn. Senior boys demonstrate the activities at a tall party. lint Miller helps Mel Bookout get some retreshnients while Pete Van Ness and lim l-lartzell look on. Dick Hutt seems too bored to look. Senior "Bermuda Babes" are tryina to orqanize their own tootball tearn. Ruth Pontius, Carolyn Minyard, lulie Mueller, lackie Bauni- qartner, Patsy Blue, Carlene Hanson, Marilyn Campbell, and loyce Sharpe are in a huddle discussing plays. Page 65 J --if U :X 1237281 A A' 54' ii . V V 4 a I wah: Q 4. - -7 5' i '11 0 je, FV' If . Sejifwggi ' gf: if -N r Q xg 3 ' '- - , -+ 1 'MiQf'W Qf yv- 4 1,11 .ww X k k 'W ' K X , , - . 75' A "W ' ' ' A' rv' Q 13' ,, 3-' all' it 1: H 3 ' '73 4' ' f 4' , sf' F , Q. Y X X ' ' if if ull'-, l ai 1' Q5 'F !'.'1',.E335ig f. 4 .x "' ,jg 45 Lv .I rl SS X Page 3 . .-.,.s,..,....l..a .. -V---Y Each yearthe senKn'ckms chooses Hsinostoub standing students in various categories by means of a poll. The class ot l956 chose Gaylord Kurtz, star oi the senior play, "Green Grow the Lilacsf' asthe bem adorinthe amnorckms.Bob.Ander son was named the boy with the most enqaqina personalny and the boy rnost hkely to succeed. Cadene Hanson pracncesrgndnq a speech whne NedlLanm,pwejdentottheEhudentCouncH,looks on. Carlene and Neil were named the best speak- ers in this years class. They were also chosen as havina qiven the rnost service to the school. Heckhnq loyce Sharpe atthe pknunis Harfoot ball player Dick Snyder, who was voted the boy vadithe bestsense othununxloyce and onlooker Ron Tnmwbndae mmwe nanuxithe bem ani and boy sinqers in the senior class, Gary Geissler, who was voted the boy with the prettiest hair, tnes to conna Sandy llndednhs. Sandy 'Nas nanied the qirl with the prettiest hair. Alice Sheak and Ihck lhckox bea ani and boy adv letes, qive some helpful advice. 4 W .A .- in ' Page 66 Vivacious loy Ellenwood regales lean l-lyndman and lulia Mueller with one oi her humorous stories. Ioy was voted the girl with the best sense of humor, lean was chosen the girl with the most engaging personality, and lulia Mueller was named the best girl actress in the senior class. This year's most courteous boy, Emil Deister, proves that chivalry isn't dead by holding the ENE 'lu door open tor Sandy Link, the most courteous girl in the senior class. Mary Poe, who has been prominent in many North Side activities, prepares to give a p,a. announcement while athlete Bob Pace holds her material. Bob and Mary were named the most versatile students in the senior class. Browsing through the card catalogue in the library are Sandy Todd and Pete Van Ness, who were voted the most studious members of the class oi 1956. Page 67 -I --o it A 1 , ,? Hg b '35 X is -A-Mfr 'i - 2 it . it A il .3 .W , -r- N E 33 A, . 'jigs . 'fs if - 1? . A 3' A C. . fs-1 X Ad ., X N A, r- 1 A qt K B , 'fvg 'ish-Iwi Nj? ' X H! , 'USM . A 'wr X1 1 : 1 A .Ls an ss 1- . 4 V, . I N5 ' J! Q :L :J ' 3? cy- f"'-ff' "",' -:rf 'Yi A K, ' -J' ' T43 . Y, M N if fzr A 4- ,T V K , , ,, B Q' fr . at X ff x as .6 AA , k, X :f 4 fs A X A Page 68 This years Iunior Class officers are left to right: Tom Koontz, Secretary Treasurer Austin E. Brooks, Chairman of the Social Councily David Carpenter, President and Wally I. Fosniqht, Vice-President Row 1: Marsha Adzrms ludy Allrson Judy Anderson Ted Archer Bill Armstronq Row 2: Ernest Armstrong Iim Arney Robert Arney Barb Arnold Patti Iill Arnold Row 3: Eugene Atkison Carol Baker Iudy Baker Todd Barnum Bobbi Bash Row 4: Alice Baumqartner Pat Beck Charles Beechinq Rex Belden Donna Biqqs Row 5: Iohn Blocher David Boseker Bon Bowman Carol Bradley Sharon Bramblett Row G: Linda Bricker Austin Brooks Bob Brosius Dianne Brown lim Brown Roy Brown Iudy Brumbaugh Connie Brubaker Barry Brunson Row 1: we 'Q ff 1' L 3 EV 3 j 4 , ,J 1 f 1 3- 1 Judy Bullerman Ioe Burlage Row 2: Bob Burns Ioanrie Bush Kerth Butler Beverly Campbell Wayne Campbell Sharon Carlson Row 3: Davrd Carpenter Iackre Carpenter Nrlah Castator Carole Causland Sharon Chaftin Margxe Chivington Row 4: Larry Christlieb Sandy Clements Ianet Clester Babette I. Clouse Carrie Cohlin Larry Collar Row 5: Shxrley Collms Lynne Conkle lohn B. Cook Ronald Cook Tun Crott Lloyd Curran Row S: lack Davrson Iudy Deaton Bill Drckson Sandra Dtllmon ludrth Drxon Margaret Doughty Row 7: Raymond Douglass Beverly Dove Gilbert Dove Phil Ducat Molly Dunigan Ruth Ann Dunton Row 8: Iohn Duxbury Helen Eikenrhoad Karen Ellenwood Carolyn Elliott Iudy Emmerson Charles Engle Row 9: Steve Enmger Iulre Erler Sally Eulitt Ed Evans Gary Fairbanks Larry Favorite L 'N-ef", x X' f A .. h D,,,, Q t . -f - gf .V 'ff.,L qy 1 -1 '1 E li., V -S 4' -W' I A ij ' Jr , , . , . A C' an gt ' Q ' -Y 'Z' ' N ,. V -1 v -lbfxf V ', V YC' ' " XV 7 my VM R, ik ' . ' x ff? - A V V V . ' . "' fa- f "R "' " Q 9 .' V' K 'Z' V Y A N- if 'YNAXM klgxx ' ua sr ' 4 K .1 , glib, ' w, .' -J Q ,. ' -:mv x "' ixvf Q N , f ? gif A A N5 . J 'XXX VV ,V 1 . ,eh ' i 7 -, 0 x G. , T , , U it 'Q x , - V- , Sw N i V , ' x ' ffl. 9 X . -"ff Q ' X1 - ,f ai ' , A A z .ef ,W 4 ixfl ,V , ' - D: tv rv 9 B nk , ' my 'gi' 1:2 -1 A - , 'J .- Q 'xr 1. Nl- ' 4 B 'ia .. , V 74 +7-A ' ' J Q. 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Page 70 Row 1: Dick Faulkner Shirley Ferrell Carolyn Ferry Sally Fleming Ianet Flesher Norman Fletter Row 2: Sharon Fletter Wally Fosniqht Wayne Fox Iudy Frankenstein Iames Franklin Bob Freimuth - Row 3: Larry Fruit David Fulton Paula Garard luanita Gard Mary Garr Pat Gaskill Row 4: Sandra Gehring Franklin Geist Doua Glock Ianis Goeqlein Tom Gollzner lanet Gordy Row 5: ludy Gooker Linda Graef Bill Grepke ludy Grush Sylvia Haiber Steven Hand Row S: Larry Hanshavx Iudy Harford Euqene Harper Gordon Harter Marilyn Hartrnar Ianet Harvey Row 7: Carolyn Hawkin Avis Hearn Row 8: luva Hecht Connie Heck Row 9: David Henry Nancy Henry Row 1: Mellany Hettinqer Barbara Hmkman Sally H1119 Mane Hobbs Sandra Hobson Blll Hoffman Row 2: Iackre Holbrook Ronald Holycross Barry Horrnan Gloria Houck Laura Houck Carolyn Howe-nstrnel Row 3: Rosalee l. Hoy Mrram Hulyliard Boliotte Hursh Bonnre Isnoqle Rosemary Iackson Carole lavolws Row 4: Gary lacolfs Donna Iewel Carol lohnson lo-9 lohnson Marare lohnson Firflr lohns-in Row 5: Lynn lordan Carolyn lLll1!'1Vlll'1 Doug licylor Iudy Kearrnes Ronald l-learrnes Sharon lfellwr Row G: Larry Kern Lev:-n Kennedy Delores lffensrll Lynn Kern Marcra Krns-ey Mary l-Irrafole Row 7: lusune lforfh Sharon Hop-lrnaer Row 8: Sharon Koqin Tom Koontz Row 9: Paula Krergh Carolrne Krrfk -v .. .L I , .,,. 'T7 -N, . - will bt ll, l 'ff l .. -- Q ' -' 'Q M- "w ' s- it? Yi? mf 3 ,W 'X 4 ,,, , -3 9' X: ...L 5:42 l ,tofu ye. - M1 ' -1 , S ' . ,Q f Q A lx L 5 Q r 2: ,gr A 1 3, 8: X , xi A sr E 4. 1 'l .-C' F5 L ,Mi mf .f -I-. nz. -' L Q v w .1 , N, .A xr' N X 'nib ' . 0 ,.. f-2 , . W " L-Zi, uf 1-, 4,,, '11, Qv- vs wlj, X ,Vx fx 3 , r '-'A l 4- 4 f V. - , AL ,J , 7' , 11 gif . , . x XX! 'N---1, V . 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Lewrs lsrry Lucas Pele Lundell lien l.ulTQnlDar:hrer Marilyn Mrcfaqns Row 4: Marrlyn lVlr:Coml Betty MCGreaar Maurefre McGregor lan1CQ MCMalren Lee McMille-n lenny Ma-5Lennan Row 5: Ronald Macy Terry Marshall Charles Martrn lanet Marlln lulia Maths-ws loyce- Metzger Row 5: Constance Mrller Elsie- Miller lim Miller lane-t Millhorn Barbara Modrrclzer lanet Momaornery Row 7: Bill Moore Ted Morienson Row 8: Richard Mosl-sr ludy Moss Row 9: Sue Massloura Rxchard Mueller Row 1: Bob Musselman Phyllrs Muter Row 2: Marciel Meyer Mark Meyer Row 3: lack Mounsey Delores Myers Row 4: Karl Nachtrqall lane Neff Donna Neuman laclcie Novtck Steve Novitsky Vesta Nowell Row 5: Don Nuerqe Lowell Oesch Kay Ollver Charlotte Oshcrn janet Osborn Curtts Park Row 5: Ianzce Pape Kara Iane Parker Robert Passwaxer Sharon Kay Patterson Bob Pence Beverly Peters Row 7: Carolyn Ptaff Vlraxnia Poe Carole Pontrus Sue Props Dean Pruqh lack Quas Row 8: ludy Rains Sharon Rasp Phrllip Ray Ed Reader Dan Rebrnan John Rees Row 9: Myra Rehklau Nancy Reiqhter Sandra Reilinq Bob Richard Larry Richter Gary Riley 'Q S 1. r A Q is Q .lr r A . 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R3- v -.J t , W 1 1 , . v if 2' Q, .2-, X ' AN-J' Row 1: Charles Roberts Larry Hodocker Elmer Runge Kirk Scheeler Bonnie Schenher Sandra Schlatter Row 2: Lmda Schwab Mary Sttoles l-lerh Scott Don Shelly Patil Sheets Linda Shreve Row 3: Sharcn Srdclall Morale Stlvermal Suzanne Sipe Ken Slattery Donna Smith Patrtrzg: Srnmth How 4: Roaer Smith Bob Snyder Tom Strnth ludy Stackhouse Don Staqer Brll Stark Row 5: lanxce Stauftex Sandra Stephan Hay Sreller Nancy Stoiche launita Stokes Geraldrne Stoude: How 6: Roselyn Strauss Ion Stadler Torn Stumpf D1-:li Taylor Mike Templeton Ruth Tennell Row 7: Danny Thiel lwlaraaref Thornpscn How 8: Catherxne Thomas Rod Tlx: mas Row 9: Eva May Tornhnson Marlene Tracey Row 1: Myra Tramniel Sharon Trarnrnel Phyllis Trou' Max Troutner Bill Wade Lrnda Wanger Row 2: Carol Warlzel Henry Walker Darlene VV'alla:e llm Waltenltgrg Anna Ward Barbara 'Wnti Bow 3: Alrce Ware: Earl Wass Ierry Vlferlrng Betty Wlarri Ruby Widner Iohn Wrersri Row 4: Margaret Tight Fred Wrlleit Carol Wllsrin Edna Wxse Wenonah Yeager Carol York Rcw 5: Nancy Zzrnzxierrnan Mona Zxrlcle Nancy Zurlgragq Shrrley Barrznd Stan Brown loanne Bush Row 6: Barbara Byall Iesston Cherrvnatcn Barbara Curnmms lady Emerson Barbara Pall Sharon Fla-Per Row 7: Carol Iohnsgn ludy Lehman Phrl l.oclqwaL-:l Manlyn M:Caaue Marxlyn Mffomlg Eob MCCull:tn Row 8: Carole Maszn llrn Miller Sue Milner Bol: Passwaer Mary Prada Nrflc Spillscn Row 9: lady Slaclzhxse Ron Wrlson Carole York 3,1 ', T w . 3 ff' Q A' r W A ' 3 Z- B .J Q l , N ' 1, l 2 v , --' ' -a ss- 'W "-I 4, , B ser A A, 4? 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'N N y The Sophomore Class Officers seem very pleased with their new Presidents sugges- tion, Seated from left to right are: Dave Rinne, Presidentf Miss Sara Stirling, Class Advisory Marcia Wible, Social Chairman: and lohn Shoatt, Vice-President. Standing honilento nghtcne Deanna Hockaneyen Suse Lehnunr Hank Schohem and Swan McMahan on the Social Committee: and Bonnie Wilson, Secretary Treasurer. W , QQ Row 1: - A I Q Lynn Abbott I 3, " MQ Q C Q , Ioyce Adams Q ,: 1 il " m' 3 Q ,Q Q. I MQ X..' Peggy Adams '.Tkx S-Q , Q K fl 0 , fr is 3 EV Boland Adams ,Q I V Q E I , . ,SJ QQ , , , -Q EaroQlQlynMiAlberring 5 gg Q - Twig W Navi en , 2 if E fi ax Mxhs ,ultram Allen WVR ' WF ,... . . K' :PQ me-'X Q ' Q Raymond Anderson ' 4 ' ' Putty Andrew - Arr ,,,,,1't - A -34 ,Q ,V 3. A -- Dennis Anglin l 'Q Q Q ' Q if Q Q . ,X Michael Archer SJC? ' .. -' f ' l 'Q' 'l 1 ' ?j lames Arens , N,.,,,j X ' :X N ' V ' C 'gf' Carroll Arnold , A E ""1 Q ,fix . . ISM ft Charles Axson . QQ . . .. Row 3: il r - .Nd Q Steve Baer l Q r E tj Y Connie Baker A A 1 A+ - sf f ' T V 1 ,W ' Susan Baker li i'- ' - ' -A Q M Q Q " ' "" ' " Tom Ball -iff V7 , :ff '-vff -QQ- is A lerry Bardsley A ' I '55 l ' lt A ' Dee Dee Baughman v L., r i X .. , , ,QQ ' I A A ' Q 'MQ ' Qu X QA -I' ,erry Beherstein r fig . Row 4: pw Dick Beckman if foann Beeching 2 5'-4 "' 5" -f f 1 Q- , 4. ' ,A Q ,. Dave Behrens ' 5 'Lf' ' . " Q-rr I it ' Diane Behrens Q, ' ' 'W' f' Q A .f' t ' Tj Q: QQ lim Bell RQ G gr N' ,,,. ,af ' Q W X Max Bell gtg I L vi, A- A A fl - Q 1 el Barbara Benner Row 5: ' Sam Bertels Q Fx f ' Larry Bilger 1"Q Q I-if -,. Qs' 'g Q ,, ', - .y 'JF Sue Bligh Q-gag ' N. 45 Q ,Q , ,Q 3 'Q QQ Q Cindy Blitz ix 'ff ', " QQ-x"Tf ' '7 Q rg' "Y lanice Bode-ker l Q - A W D. G. Boirab l MEQA H Q ' ' if - ' Dick Bolds 1 Row 6: m Q ,QQ Max Boles i N V- ' V: QQ ,, - lerry Bolton " ' -, 'W .S -3, ,Q Q Marla Bonham , Q ' Q Q l , 7 A P' A 4 J QQ' 'Q Allen Booth - -,f ' 'X -- " of Q "' - Q if Sue Borkenstein l 4 - 5 4 1 ' ' " Sanna Boxley Page 76 Row 1: Danny Brandeberry Bonnie Braun Ralph Braun Ann Brewer Eddie Brewster Bonnie Briqqs Dick Britten Row 2: Charles Brockhall Karen Brown Penny Brown Robert Brown Lenord Bryant Letty Bryce Neil Byrt Row 3: Marlene Bullard Larry Burger Roy Butzier Bonnie Caldwell Phil Cantelon Bill Carey Steven Carpenter Row 4: Tom Carter Michael Chambers Gerald Christie Monna Clark Merl Coe Wayne Compton David Cool: Row 5: Maurice Cook Rebekah Coolman Bob Cowan Laura Crosley Diane Culbertson Don Cuney Ieannette Daaer Row 6: Armand Dauplaise l-lelen Davidson Sharon Dawkins Linda Deardorft lill Deeley Ruth Demetrorf Carolyn Denny Row 7: David Derrow Sharon Dey Barbara Diell lanet Doster Carolyn Duncan Dixie Durr Patricia East Row 8: Nancy Ellert Lowell Elliott Larry Ellis loyce Enqelmann lanice Eriinqer Glen Essex Bill Ewinq Row 9: Michael Fanqer Sharon Faust loe Ferrell Edward Feustel Ann Fisher David Fisher Ronny Flauqh Row 10: Patterson Fletcher Richard Fletcher Ruth Fletter Wilma Fletter Edward Ford Fred Fox lim Fredrioks s 41 f a , cs : Q 2, 4 IB, E! in f , fe i ef M 1 Xu j A . uk X , M I ea -Q W . 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X Mi Mfr fins' N , V I In 3 ' 'w X ., Q i X A E W ,,, i ' V n as I -' 535- t Lp L I . in , ,, "vv lv' Page 78 Row 1: Bonnie Fry Larry Fry Dan Fulkerson Sharon Gottfried Bob Gall Carolyn Gallmeier Bonnie Garr Row 2: Roger Gater Mike Gessner Sally Giclc Keith Glass Ronald Godfrey Sally Goodinq Dick Gorrell Row 3: Marqene Galer Dennis Gouker Sharon Graves Steve Gresley Sharon Grimes Larry l-lallaert David l-laneline Row 4: Arlene l-lannie Charlene Harrneyer Row 5: Mary Harris Ncncie Harris Row 6: Steve l-larris Sue Harrison Row 7: Bob Hart Diana Hartman Row 8: Iirn lrlattery ludy Hattery Sharon Hazelett Ralph l-lenschen Connie Herron Jerry Hickman Doriha l-lill Row 9: Karen Hille Maurice Hippen- hammer Deanna l-loclcerneyer Ioyce I-lodqes Stephen I-lofer Bolo l-lolocher Iudy Homeyer Row 10: Stephena l-louk Ed Keller Stephanie Keim Judith Kessler lim Keeler Bobert Kase Iaclcie Kammer Row 1: Mark Iordon Pat Iordon Richard lohnson Gene Hutsell Walter Hursey Albert Householder Sharon Hauser Row 2: lim Kowalczylc Larry Konow Marcia Koqin Susan Koehlinqer Sharon Knuth Richard Knappen- berqer Sharon Kluq Row 3: Rhea Kittenqer Deon Kienzle Paul Kiefer Hon Kemp Harold Kelloa Linda Keller Bob Lee Row 4: Ron Leakey Louise Lawson Row 5: ludy Latham Diane Lapp Row 6: Rita Lanquell Donelda Lane Row 7: Suzanne Lamboley Douqlas LaFolletie Row 8: Ronald Kurtz Iudy Kurtz Karen Kruse Ronald Kreischer Tom Martin Dick Manlove Nadine Mace Row S: Kenneth Lowe Steve Lonq Carol Ann Lockwood lim Link Dick Lindsey Terry Lindenherq Dave Lewis Row 10: Louie Levin Sue Lehman loan Leedy Elsa lane Menne- wisch Sandra Menke Lucy McNaqny Tom McMahan , ww: . - L fx Wav, Q x VM I Q Ny, ixgkg-,Wg N . 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'S K-w, 5,3 xii L Q, .. .., f 1 4 f ,., . X . , , - E9 3 an F: " A 'HQ I A WILL' 1 A I F' 5g?g.'QQg4 , . tiff 4 I I -k ms V- -2, g s it Y- " .- w w. , Q ' 2' t 1 I -I , ' n,1i..f 'Hi?'-' Q ,. I -A 1 . F Q-1: N I iiigf S-if 46 -fw- j ' so-. ai, ef A ik 'rs .K W 4- X V A xg '. fvsl ,it lla In 'V 1 1 Row 1: Stuart McMahar1 Phil McKinley Karen Mclntyre Carole McCollum Pat McCann Kenneth McBride Iim Mathias Row 2: Prank Martino Yvonne Martin I. Thomas Mullins Iudy Maris Susan Milligan Sandra Miller Donna Miller Row 3: Barbara Miller Ed Meyers Sue Ann Meyer Lenora Meyer Iames Mertz Howie Merkler Bob Merqy Row 4: Iamce Mennewis Carol Mumy Row 5: Ann Munson David Murrell Row 6: Brian Myers Dave Myers Row 7: Iudy Nichols Vlfalter Nickerson Row 8: Iudy Nofzinqer Eonnie Norris Bonnie Olds Ruthann Oliver Rosemary O'Nei1l Cynthia Orcutt Mike Oser Row 9: Ierry Oswah Tom Page Carolyn Pape Maurice Pap1er Marcella Park Kenneth Parker Irm Parnin Row 10: Paul Pederson Dick Pence Kile Pence Tom Pence Carole Peters Sharon Peters Margaret Picker ch How 1: lack Pickering Lee Peipenbrink Carole Sue Platt Sharon Platt lim Plumb lacl-: Pontius Sue Poplett Row 2: Barbara Popp Sharon Pratt Bob Price Delmar Proctor Carole Pulver Iudy Quas Iudee Raber Row 3: Stuart Rahrer Don Ray Charles Reddiri lon Rehltlau Sandra Reiter Iames Rey Sue Rhodes Row 4: Corinne Richard Sharron Richard Row 5: lim Rgchertdollar Fritz Reidel Row 5: Dave Rinne Esther Roberts Row 7: Robert Roberts Pegqe Robbins Row 8: George Roeback Rose Marie Robinson Phil Ross Charlet Roth Harriet Ruchrnan Alice Rudensky Rex Sanders Row 9: Sharcn Sauer David Schaefer lohn Schlup Dicl-1 Schmidt Carol Schnepp Hank Schollett Richard Schueren- bera Row 10: Sandra Schultz Phil Schuman Martha Schwartz Iudy Scribner Torn Seifert Sam Sefton lim Seney V- Pd .3 'uf lm Q M., ,wx . 3 4-.. so . 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X Row 1: Robert Shaw Iohn Shoaff lohn Shoppell Carolyn Showalter Rosalee Simmons llclarzd Slyby lerry Smith Row 2: Leo Snell Donna Snyder Sharon Snyder Charles Southern lim Sowers Terry Stabler Brenda Steward Bow 3: Nancy Stiver Iohn Stout Kenneth Strong Tom Swihart Gerald Swiniord Roger Symms ludy Thomas How 4: lohn Tomkinson Tom Townsend Dean Traster Icy Trowbridge Dennis Tryon Wayne Vakerics Pat Vickers Row 5: Monte Vincenski Margaret Volkman Marcianna Volz Dave Wade Bill Wagner Sharon Wagner Sue Walter Row 6: Thomas Waters Ioyce Wehrenberg lean West Rita Whipple Marcia Wible Larry Widdifield ludy Wiesenberg Row 7: Stephen Williams Steve Williams Marcia Wilson Peggy Wilson Carol Winkler Dave Witzigreuter Faunda Wyatt Row 8: Bob Zager Clifford Zerby lerry Zern Carol Blessing Maurice Cook Dan Cunningham Marshall DeMoulin Row 9: Ron Easley Bobbi Griffith David Harris Larry Knops Dick Walters Rita Whipple -a..'2YCO'K 1"v...,4,,,gq:, Caught in the act ot sneaking into a toot- loall game are lucly Nichols and Ruth Demetrott, and lohn Stout is trying to restrain them. Dan Cunningham is opening his package at the Sophomore Kiddie Party as Denny Anglin and lill Deely look on. lill Deely, Paulann l-losler, Stuart Mc- Mahan, and Diane Culbertson seem to be gazing at some interesting material at the Red Cross Chapter House. Dianne Lapp and Susie Lehman are shown choosing records at an open house. ,g lllt twq N. l Page 83 Mrr Robertson congratulates Dick l-larry, who was elected the president ot the Freshman class. Other officers are Tom Shoah, Vice-Presidentg Beverly Beck, Chairman of the Social Councilg and Sarah Shidler, who was voted Secretary- Treasurer. 'Q..,, 431 -5 uk Quan C -gp ax 'J 'L' ., , 1 " wt- ' i icy V qi, ' C' lf S TW , tix .. S. was is " . 2' af' ll "Q lv ,C-R W3 X ' 'N X A -.M i S i 5 3 f ' "" " . Q ' " -is '71 Q' .2 A y Q fy, A ' t A .wit - ' .,t -1-F -ij, 'aa I ' s ga if , A M, .-, . . -V -..,. , T X W q i jf V f Q .Q I- A A -ir 1-I X4 5' G' .' A' M ,. ll Q 4 Q fx aiflr I A. fl ti Y ' V- Y tis Ag!" lm 'vi it lf. 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L, N .tv Y 1 2 , -- KI i cl ' i A ' 'wil' ,A t Page 84 Row 1: lay Adams Thomas Adams Iudy Allen Susan Allen Sharon Allison Gene Altekruse lanet Altekriise Row 2: Sandra Anderson Sherry Anderson Connie Andrews Bill Armstrong lack Arney Mike Axson Steve Bade Row 3: Shirley Bailey Ray Baker Dean Ball Mike Baraer Barbara Barker lames Barnard Karen Baron Row 4: lohn Barrett lune Barrett Barbara Barva Sharon Battershell Mickey Beatty Iudy Sue Bebe-rstein Beverly Beck Row 5: Jeanette Beeching Patricia Behrn Carol Bell Bonnie Bender Larry Biddlecome Boss Bissell Iirn Blackburn Row B: Mike Blombach Robert Borton Torn Bosserman Iudy Bowen Connie Bowers Sherrill Bowman Bob Bozer Row 7: Deborah Brandt Ion Branstrator Ierry Briqqs Darold Brown Gloria Brown Janice Brown Warren Brown Row l: Gary Brubaker Carol Bu-:kmaster Vlfarren Bullard Pal Bullerman Becky Bundy Charles Burd Betty Burden Row 2: Patty Burns Conm Butler Dave Caldwell Nancy Lee Carnhrrdqe Carol Cameron ludy Camp Barbara Carey Row 3: Denzrl Caslzey Ianice Castner Carfsl Chandler Torn Cheli Charles Clauss Ierry Clements Mary Ann Chcl: Row 4: Byron Cole Norman Collar Gale Collrns Larry Colvrn ludy Corner Roberta Carol: Ichn Ccoper Row 5: Sue CQ wqrll Suzanne Crara Mary Croft Bonny Crooks Tom Cruse Beverly Crash 'Y Lrnda Crull Row 6: hm Cryer Sharon Curnmlnqs Bob Cumrmns Mrke Dafforn Ioyce Daqer Sharon Dannender Keith Davis Row 7: Eva Dayton Judy Dennis Mane Derrow Row 8: Fay Dey B111 Didier Glarra Didron Row 9: Fredonna Diller Iudy Doehrman Arlene Dollarhite Row 10: Larry Daminy Terry Doran leanne Doughty " A ,CMJ G' um' -""d D 'fs' '. 7 5' X ' ' D - L Q L I fkr .. .. ig :V ' -' Y Q -' 4 f ,., aw' X I C4 w ff: as M -M f - fy f EQ ' 4 'fir 1 ' 'I Lk. ' gy - A r Y 4 A 2 fs C. r -.. C' D' 1-X11 Z ' Z ig, 4' - ,P 7,5 "5-" ,V 4, 4-:LN ., 2 1-lgr 4 ". Rin, !x..a: .M 9 MQ? fig x -l Q A-32221 fs A JCI Q, L D 1' , M xt . -Ln 1, X v Wu ' B .2 N? , VN 4 x L Qi .Y we B Page 85 " il ,. ':, ,QU 4--L I I in Offers Many Opportunities Like the geometric guotation, 'The Whole is Equal to the sum of all lts Parts," North Side High School offers complete education as a result of a combination of all its parts. Classes form a large part of the high school years, ot course, but a well-rounded edu- cation includes more than book learning. The students, themselves, make up North Side. They learn to Work and play to- gether. They participate in extra-curricular activities, and work closely with members ot the faculty. Mr. Robertson and Miss Gross are always Willing to lend a helping hand. Athletics play their part in school lite also. Students learn good sportsmanship as par- ticipants or as spectators. Football, basket- ball, track, cross-country, and tennis furnish a variety ot entertainment. Hidden talents are uncovered in time for Varsity Varieties and the Senior Play. Many speech organizations give students the opportunity to learn to express them- selves clearly through speech contests. Swimming, driver's training, journalism, music, language, business, math, and Eng- lish classes provide the balance necessary tor a good educational diet. Assemblies, lohnnies, teachers, television, convertibles, clubs, sports, and students provide the flavor. The sum of all the parts makes the whole. . Page 5 Row 1: Elizabeth Downie - Curtis Drew sv Q " 32 ' ' Bob Duff gf-saw , 1 1 .11 ,T V bg. Kathy Dunigan Sharon Ehlert Nancy Emmons Ierry Eulitt '. -'rv' , x, b ' Row 2: Dyleen Fair J' 'if if , xi t , , "A ' -2 -, ' ' F Aa - 4 ff "" ,sf 5 " -. , ,ff Q ' A-1 V d ,' f if li ., U 4 x ' ' 4 df 5 n aw K -'41 'N-uf I In "2 3 v iliy ig! kwyg is 4 D f'w,QI - :.f, tY'5 -R' F S 'F 1 J .7 9.4 -f 1, wt I ,o , y Q- ,,.-v 1 ,wg ,s ' 1 Q, ,. -J 9' ,- rs ' .m -wmv E as L.,s X, xr? , V .Z file Q Nr 1 j 4 kf r "' 'sh 4 Jw VAS' 4 'QA ' ' L. 'tiki- , Q 1 u v v ,Q .1 '-'ff ' K P' 11- -. l 'sa- ., v Rv..-1 F2 ...,-1 l -X .F 3 ul wt, Ev' A 'F' v 4 , I X X .Jr-lc , v , cr f' 5 NV' J rea ,wf F . 'Q' ' 7 x X tl Ahfx ., wif., C Larry Fair l 132. , Chester Faulkner r 7 3 F- - Sharon Faulkner . - -k ' loel Fawcett V , ,r 1 f,,x! 1- V ' .1 " ,, -. r ' 4 Steve Fawley ,, J, , . lamce Feagler -M,- ' ' if Row 3: A - Bob Fidler I Annie Filleul 1 ' ' Marlene Fisher Iohn Fitch Linda Fitzsimmons K Sharon Flynn U in 2 ' , Kathryn Foellinger N j!l!!, ,,. as 1 -- ef QQ-if ' 4 Row 4: Carol Follis lim Fowler . -" , ludy Ann France Phil Fretz ' - Letty Frye Larry Gardner james Garrard -:4 ' Q t 5 ,S N t , Fm' Row 5: ' Susan Gaskill Eleanor Gates Ronald Gehring lane Glock George Goeglein Ierry Golden Larry Gollmer , vw st. G ' :is :vf 1,5 Q r X K . X '55 ' 5 A Q How 6: Lavonne Gonser Phyliss Gordon Walter Gratz Clara Gravette ludy Griner Sandra Griner Marla Grove ,Z A av V ' I V' v ,Vs Q 1- . ' C if wits avr? C C .Am- 4- ' lon Haberstock uc, -Q ' Marsha Haines Dickie Hall Mike Haller Ron Hammond ' t 5 ' - loy Hanthorne f Mary Alice Hargis XM, Y Row 7: ' in if , I AAL , ,sii x " '- is ' k ' , Row 8: Rebecca Harris Richard Harry Phyllis Hart Mike Harter Rose Marie Hartstein lla Rae Hartzog 1 A9 ,gr , -F-fr Row 9: Susan Harwood Sharon Hattery Paul Haudenschild Becky Haught t lohnel Haverstock A I V Linda Hazlewood Q. ":. . ' Roger Head , It J X 3, Sharon Hartzog I Vt sea' -- Row 10: . I .3 n- V s S 'hi , r i E 333 4 W is lu,-. x y W f, tt, , A Page 86 ' ' L A Kathryn Heath Charles Hecht Frieda Heck Gloria Heck Linda Herfelfinqer Barbara Hendeles Bonnie Henderson Row 1: lucly Henry Steve Henry Cynthia Herman Dianna Hertiq ludy l-lettinger Ronald Hettinger Ierry Hey Row 2: ludy Hill lerry Hoffmann Iohn Hollman Bill Hopkins Steve Horton Paulann Hosler Shirley Hubbard Row 3: Lloyd Huber Catherine Hughes lack Hughes Willie Hughes Nancy Humbarger Mary Huth Robert Hyndman Row 4: Sylvia lmbody Tom lreland Carol lsenbarger Bob Iackson Ierry Iacobs Dave larnes Eileen Iohns Row 5: lohn lohnson ludy Johnson Peggy Iohnson Iohn lohnston Peggy lohnston lack Jones Sue Jones Row 6: Karen Karger Sharon Keller Sharon Kellog Rosalie Kesler Iudy Keil Cathy Kilpatrick Frank King Row 7: Richard Kirsten Kinniard Kniss Dave Kocher lanice Korn lackie Kreider Kathleen Kriegh Karen Kring Row 8: Larry Kruchten Barbara Kurtz Henry Lahmeyer lean Lambert Leslie Larison Dick Leazier Virginia Lee How 9: Ierry Leeth Roger Lehman lack Leland Natalie Lenz Norman Lindernuth Sandy Liniger Larry Lopshire Row 10: Susan Lotz Richard Loucks Peqqy McAllister lanet McArthur Harold McClure April McCreary Iudy McCully ,x 1, 4- Q 1 -:- we -ar P 5 ... , J 1. 1' 'K " 'V K '14 R L XXX 'Q 1 11 ,J"' J 1 as 4 f? 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