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

 - Class of 1957

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Sophomores Sophomore Class Cfficers are shown discus- sing plans for the annual sophomore party which was held May 3. The officers are seated, President, Paulann Hosler, leit to right, Social Chairman, Mike Barger, and Vice-President, lack Loudermilk. Secretary, Bob Cummins, was absent when the picture was taken. - ,- 'N .. - 'fr ,,s xl V ' ,. - lfjjji-g,,. Mm- e fi it Ai, 1 :I 4- L 7' 4- I in ,I t , 7, H Aggj , v 1 .3 p . jg ".,.f Q. of if H 'W 'S if Y I 3 N 1 li S nu, Az' V ,ar x M :C N ri Q' an 2 is " N . fs , f vm iii 'i j :vw A Q A rbxlf' I -Q A- P Q as , cal' '- " rr Q ' Q 'ff n "ss of e , ' A A e , ' .1 f' 2 2:3 C SHEAR ', x K A Tv- 'T JL lv , it . A J X dr, A I BN g nf?" A' v 3 A .Ami 'f 3' ' li 'Abs .. QM A 42- 'V -o ,F J at 'I :nl I avg 4, L J K .. V v A T "Wt vi A r A A ' ' A . xl , 3 , g A h ... 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'za ,er R if 3 i L gs z t i Row 1: Shirley Kochert Ianice Korn Pat Krall Iackie Kreider Kathleen Kreigh Karen Kring Larry Kruchten Row 2: Barbara Kurtz Henry Lahmeyer lean Lambert Leslie Larison Dick Leazier Virginia Lee Ierry Leeth Row 3: Roger Lehman lack Leland Natalie Lenz Bonnie Lesh Norman Lindemuth Sandy Liniger Yvonne Lodge Row 4: Larry Lopshire Susan Lotz Richard Loucks Ianet Loudermilk Bill Maloley Mary Maloney Barbara Marsh Row 5: Nancy Martin Iim Mathews Sherry Mayhew Peg McAllister Ianet McArthur Dick McCart April McCreary Row 6: Iudy McCully Lois McDaniels Richard McDermott Edna McGowen Charles McMaken Suzanne McNelley Ron Mercer Row 7: Ianielle Merrill Sharon Messer Harry Meyer Terry Meyer Bert Miller Dave Miller Doris Miller Row 8: Mary Miller Terry Mix Carl Moehle Gary Moore Barbee Moriarty Chuck Morrell Sandra Mueller Row 9: Margaret Musselman Ronald Myers Ioyce Nailor Cameron Newby Gene Marie Newman Ianet Nicolosi Albert Nichols Row 1: Kay Notestine Virginia O'Connor Linda Olinqer Max Orn Pauline Osbom Iane Osborne Ierry Oswalt Row 2: Nancy Lee Parker Phyllis Parker Evelyn Parr Heather Patterson Wayne Payne Elmer Peconqe lim Pennell Row 3: George Pereqoy Paul Perry Karen Peterson Bill Phillips Don Pierce Alan Poe Dale Pontius Row 4: Iim Pool Mike Poorman Vivian Potts Jerry Poyser Susan Proctor Sharon Ramsey Sherrie Reasoner Row 5: Iud Raver Dave Reiqhter Herbert Reimund Philip Hetchless Iohn Rhoads Pat Riley Bill Roberts Row 6: Phil Robertson Iudy Robitaille Barbara Rodenbeck Iudy Rose Lynn Rosenbaum Sacca Saaf Larry Carol Row 7: Saum Marie Nancy Savio David Schaiianski Row 8: Sandy Schamerloh Mary Beth Schaub Victor Scheele Row 9: Mary Marie Scherrer Ierry Schible Dame Schenher A 'Q 3 ', 3 5 - I :J Q , 'A " X F- N ' c it . xmlvlfliil L I Y up . .2-Q ..:. 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" vb L sv- W X ar wt 1 N amn- 9 v- . - Q . 5 'sw .. , 4 , .1 t2 .,, J f Y V x,.,.,t f QS xy 'I .g. aux, Q- 4 Row 1: Ellen Schoen David Schrofi Michael Schwanz Mike Scott Roger Scott Marsha Seibert Indy Shelley Row 2: Ieanette Sherbondy lim Sherron Sarah Shideler Norman Shipley Tom Shroyer Ronald Shuler Iim Sievers Row 3: Gene Simmons Iudy Slough Andrea Smart Ierry Smith Larry Smith Lynn Smith Pat Smith Row 4: Pat Ann Smith Sandy Smith Sharon Snavely David Snell Darlene Snyder Reverley Soucie Roger Spitler Row 5: Daniel Spitzberq Darlene Springer Lynn Stail Linda Staton Larry Stebinq Don Steffen Dianne Stevens Row 6: Kay Surface Connie Stools Steve Swank 'Jhil Swinehart Iohn Tagtmeyer Sherrie Tarnow Maryann Tegtmeyer Row 7: Bev Ternet lean Terry Martha Terry Allen Tew Iohn Thiel Ioyce Thomas Marty Thomas Row 8: Stella Thompson lane Tomlinson Les Tonkel Dennis Tracey Bill Trulock Sally Tryon Gary Tustison Row 9: Kenneth Wall Robert Walters Sharon Wanas Iohn Wappes Steve Waters Bob Watson Carl Weaver Row 1: Sharon Weeks Sharon Wehrle Ronald Wellman Tommy Wells Ron Werskey Connie Wesco Brenda West Row 2: Ronald Wiersch Wayne Williams Ierry Willibey Clara Wilson Helen Wilson Chuck Winkler Iudy Witzigreuter Row 3: Homer Wheeler Karen White Tom White Bill Wright Carolyn VanKirk Wayne Venderley Iames Vininq Row 4: Clifford Utrecht Winston Yates Iudy Yerington Tom York Wilber Zimmerman Dale Zumbaugh Kirsten Anderson Row 5: Charles Burd Denzil Caskey Kathryn Foellinger Sandra Griner Gloria Iubinville Larry May Stephen Rhodes Row 6: Thomas Shoaff Iohn Simpson Dennis Southern Dean Thomas Don Weikel 4 ""' as X life Qixlll 11, . 5: A W an Q K 3 S -nw X . lk rf., , 23' .vs f . . .--4' 'rf ' 1 ' K" W 4- Q5 sir M25 -A 412 7 r 'zig ei - ' 'ZF s. -Ni r v X Q: it -3 1 r , ,- F f 'FF ' Q .il 0 A' N t QL s " i f 'S il , Y S Q .est , X A-A 1 Q. as-' , . 35" R N ' "' .J :N V32 K. : Q f f - e 1 P . JN - -7 , -s..v!' -rdf' uf 'K 5 ea y .. ,, - - vo ' . , N -,- A . 1 ,. ir! sg, W RTK K' ' " gut , 1 V- sf" , 3- Z a r "' fl .r -1 s . V 5 M . , -" N . --fr . -if jg C X J X -B A 1 '--f ' 4 , ,L y W Q -fs H W K' a J v 5 ,- so PQIQI9 l U FRESHMEN The ireshman class is ott to an excellent start with Marcia Grant, President: Tom Hayhurst, Chairman of the Social Council: Dave Bash. Secretary-Treasurer: Steve Rinne, Vice-President. ., . A 3 fl 4? M' -" 1- t ow 1,353 ' U: 't , -.- X .3 D .J 1 , Q .ff . ,sg-.Lf l..f ' in B I ' . Kiel' -- , Int. .Q V .sr V A .3 ' .. X" ' -.J . ' IQB7 fwyy ' J' i 3' ' ',t if ' " -f 4, -'P 4 - fr 2. A-Ae xv, 42 1 6 ix Vx- -, K X ' ' .X ., f 3 ik . 74 fl- . ,t ' S' A qw' ' 1' M' 7 'ft A 1- il at , .. .li -.- 'P , sv , if -1' :er ew ,-uf ' ' l A-' 5 Qt. ,tt .utr in xbx if , M Q t Q fm 'Q . ..,. M - ,O V, 6' fir sealy X 1 -.,y, ff, l X A I me v A -1 X .stew-... N ",-.,. tj V' ig-. ' :L i- ff? 2 A ' ' - 'X Yae . W Page 104 Row 1: Iohn Abbott, Bernard Adams, Phillip Adams, Sharon Adams. Darlene Anderson. Patricia Anderson. Mary Ann An- dreas. Row 2: Iames Andrews. Diane Angel. Bob Armstrong. Linda Arm- strong. Rose Ann Armstrong. Bill Arnold, Robert Arnold. Row 3: Iay Atkinson. Bob Ayers, Bruce Bade. Patty Baker, Les Barnard. Barbara Barnes. Pat- ricia Barnes. Row 4: Pam Barnum. Myrna Barrand. Darlene Barrett, Dave Bash. Robert Bash, Terry Bashelier. Bob Bahr. Row 5: Phil Banter. Dawn Bates. Iudy Bauer, Frank Baughman. Bill Bay, Madelyn Beberstein. Alan Behrens. Row 6: Darlene Belden. Mike Beltry. Thomas Bell. Iohn Bentz, Reva Berlin. Richard Bennett. Iohn Bertels. Row 7: lack Biggs. Gary Bishop. Larry Blair, Anna Bleakney, Ioe Bligh. Iohn Bobilya. Caro- lyn Bodle. Row l: Pete Boirab, Pat Boner, Phyl- lis Bom, Barbara Borton, De- loris Bomtraqer, A. lean Bow- man, David Bower. Row 2: Ida Braden. Roberta Bradley, Larry Bramblett. Susan Brase. Patricia Braun, Barbara Braun, Tom Braun. Row 3: lane Bredemeyer, Carl Brown. Dolores Brown, ludith Brown, Tom Brubaker. Patty Bruck, Pat Brumbauqh. Row 4: Greg Buckhardt, Tom Buck- master, Gary Buelow, Steve Bueschinq, Mike Bullerman, David Baumqartner, Elizabeth Busian. Row 5: Larry Byers. Brain Camplin, Steve Carney, Sandra Carter, Dale Castator, William Cates, Rex Cecil. Row 6: Mary Ann Clauss, Ianice Coe, Sue Collins, Ruth Coolman, Donna Comer, Tom Cook, Tony Cotterman, Row 7: Pam Coughlin, Faye Cox. Shirley Cram, Roger Cross. Ioe Crozier, Bill Cunningham. Tania Dauplaise. Row 8: Ralph Davis, Pat Deahl. Donna Dehnert, Iudy DeMeer- leer, lim Dennis, Clark Der- byshire, Iohn Didier. Row 9: Herb Diemer, Harold Dimke, Eunice Dixon, Sarah Dixon. William Doctor, Ronald Dor- man. Vern Dove. Row 10: Torn Dougherty, Susan Doug- las, Patricia Doyle, Rebecca Dreger, Mary Ann Ducat, Barry Dunlap, Tom Duxbury. ,, Q as , Q if V S Z 'X L. ' ' 'S ' A X is ,A we W '3 .Q y .Air-1' an Q 2 . C . ,, fr I -v-if V .ea 'Q " ' ' A-.,-at, we if it ,t-43:3 'X Q2 rx iq J, Ag 'y '7 " f 5 - Qin. L L s 'P' "' 'C "2 g If 'E , A .ah J 5 ' , 'D ' Q ,- " x ,vi Q ,Q iw! X WX ,fi iw '3 K A Y, 3 li xg .8 ,Q ' rl., R 3 S vii . 7' ,fix i, S ' M 'fs . " fi ,iam if X Q . 2? ' N :Q 2' s .4 -' c . A, 4 5 1 M 5321, ? P . ' Qui, '71 I-gt , , ' 'QJ , -ky '13 Q C f' if 49' ' it f . . 14 it V b JAN, Q - is 'U' - . lr My ' 1- L LL 1 - L --f r Q : i , 4- , ', 'ig Q Q' i "" 1' y. , Q A , 2 V' A- 'I . "1 ' , XI ' " . Paqe IOS and Traditions This year at the Valentine dance sponsored by Iunior Red Cross, Dave Bash and his date, Nancy Starkel, were chosen King and Queen. Here we see Mrs. Nusbaum and loe Iohnson crowning the royal couple. Supervising a group of energetic Frosh are lack Davison and Ed Reader. This group is helping to create a iamiliar September sight, as they apply elbow grease to one of the hot rods around the dome. Class elections have taken on a new look this year-in fashion that is. A common sight was the many tags on the shirts and skirts ot the students. Page 7 A' ' T i I 'S' X I+ in lim , - -is ,'we .- ' - - ,gi ,n . tyf, , ,,. ii. ? D H. 'T 'J' 'f M F 'Q Q '-1 , SS ...H e 1 or t . . S .-if , t I. czr. gi? ,Ny , Z. - X t X - ' X X .... , - ' : .BM , -5. - - Z x , ,xi if "' ,A J if 5 . x - . S -1? ,D A , 4 ' .0 , , . ,V ,QM 4- A I 17. .M X , :Wg 2 .79 ... " J' ,M 5 I' 'Q 3 Q, .. 'Q fi .. ..-Q' .- - -:ef 7 p X ' . --.mal Y l - y S Q I ri I, - 1 . X ?M...5g.g', , -. ' 'if 4' 'i -J: 3. v 55, 25' a 5' lv.-9-5. .Y f X ' x nf -1:-by ' FXS " X Yr? f wg Q. D' " - 3" N, . 6 , . ai Q gg - J .,: Q K' is "' Q3 in . ., , .,, V. . E , A , an ,X 1 , . 'sf -- . ff I -' f i ...gf eq of 1 r we -rf? Ti? A W- isa J ,V M: V Q K Q r 7. -1: 0. ' t W ' ... " 'H-T an , 'F 3 'N . 1 - I C "' ' ,i ,t .9 . - f - Ni, - K1 - A, 1 I . .. .4 -R ,, , i . ' 4 K " - f - a ' A 3:5 ,L -is ' '7 f ' -r ' yi ' 3 'f'Ix - 'Qs J" f A R-ca X to l --.Y H '3' . .-9 Je- ' J f- 3 . X 1, 2:3 --f ., X . - v -1 . Lf, - q-JL ' . fu' , '--f -P 1 ' ' 'X l ' ' 1 , 4, r, X ' ' E w Aus. rf K --. . 1 A 3' ' 7 L' . I -Y J ' H '. ,g A. I i - 1 1 f yy ,, --- , ,ff e 4 o . , ...K X ' nf.. t ., g H y. yi 5 - +?-'M Q f A"- ' X- Paqe 106 Row 1: Charles Eckman. Carol Ehr- sam. Gene Elliott, lack Ep- stein. Donna Ervin, Steve Erv- in, Barbara Fairiield. Row 2: Marilyn Fairiield. Ruth Fall. Ierry Federspiel. Lucille Feichter. Marsha lean Felber. Elaine Ferrell. Charles Feus- tel. Row 3: Christine Fisher. Kathy Fish- er, Linda Fisher, Pat Fleenor. Iulianna Fleischer. Steve Fort- meyer. Ierry Fox. Row 4: Loren France. Bill Freimuth, Debby Froebe, Roger Gall. Robert Gahman, Sandra San- dra Gardner. Iudy Garman. Row 5: Mary Gaskill, Richard Gatton. Marty Gaut. lack Gaylord. Vernell Gehron. Ianet Geller. Richard Georgi. Row 6: Sharon Getz. Connie Gibson. Beverly Gick. Colette Gilliom. Ierry Gillum, Larry Gilpin. Iudy Glock. Row 7: Iudy Goede, Iudy Gordon. Daisy Ann Gore. Ioe Gossert. Duane Gordon. lack Gordy, Richard Graef. Row 8: Marcia Grant. Carl Gray. Marvel Gray. Iames Green- walt, Susan Gregg. Rodger Griffith, Ierry Grosenbacker. Row 9: Ronald Grunwald, Susan Guillaume, Roberta Guinq- rich, Ieanne Habbegger. Tony Hafner, Donna Hagadorn. lack Hallenbeck. Row 10: Betty Halter, Al Hapner, Lin- da Hardick, Steve Harter. Charlotte Harmeyer. Jerry Harper. Doug Hart. Row 1: Ronald Hartman. Sandy Hart- zell. Tom Hawk. Tom Hay- hurst. Susan Haynes, Mary Hegerleld, Cindy Heikowsyk. Row 2: Paul Hellwig. Stephon Heller. Steve Herman. lim Hendricks. Bennie Io Herndon, Sally Henry. Kenneth Hershberqer. Row 3: Karen Hetrick. Thomas Het- tema. Marilyn Hicks. Susan High. Darlene Higle. Linda Hill. Barbara Hines. Row 4: Deanna Hinshaw. Iuliet Hip- pensteele. David Honeick. Sharon Hoeppner. Carole Horn. Roberta Horne. Bill Hostettler. Row 5: Charles Hostman. Lois Houser. lla Mae Hartzog. Nancy Hufi. Deana Hungerford. Tom Inq- mire. William Sheets. Row 6: Ella Iveson. Sandra lacquay. Iames Bonifas. David Ien- ninqs. Doug Iohnson. Iudy Iones. Ross Iones. Row 7: Karen Iubinville, Robert Ka- bisch. Ronald Kain. Roxann Kain, Steve Kearnes. Karen Keller. Carolyn Kelsey. Row 8: Ronald Kemerley. lohn Kep- ler. Marla Kern. Terry Kienzle. Row 9: Carolyn Kiefer. lol-inn King. Kay Kinsey. Kenneth Kinq. Row 10: Iill Kinley. Dennis Kiracole. Allice Kitzmiller. David Klaqes. .V .4 ., 'N f 3 , is " 5: . xi - .1 -if 1- S- ' , 'U f , f -13: fi' if 2 "" A -Q! . 'T ' la f ,QF-Q ",' T , Q Q , -Q 1 " ' . J' . 4 . -fs 8 v, Q V A Q M M .A . .3 diff-5' K , f ' ' 7' T :W VT 1 K Q ' ' 7,4 , I ' Q' to Q A A f 3 tx Q- " W A MA- W' tit, M '37 , V .ty Q- ' If J f,,s 'A "3 A ...Q Q l f . 'J' " -vw. he wg 1 sl: i 1 ,Iii 1 gl X all ""'? i X ,., . A M N 'L ag, , f .: , K Aw -' 'H ff nm! 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V g ' Q-ri X A ,Q V, .f " , xi i 4 Q51-,, a:l."5 ine l'Kr. ls ALJ. J.: 2' W' t l l "Wait ' "' ff. ef, -5, AJ 103, V J. ' i 'ill 'Za ' 1 vvfzl' . -gp Qi. 2, ::?' ,g f x A P if li , Q5 Q ' L 5 -:Aw L M '., 1 . N A 5 : IR M. .- ff-vi . :rf 'ln 2 2 if .. 'il 5 ' 4 Z:,3 I pg Q ..., ff tk, X.V- Xwiw l .t ,,., ,. Page Row h Iohn Knight. Larry Knight. Tom Knupp. Larry Kramer. Ted Kruger. Robert Kruse, Al Kurtz. Row 2 Carol Lahurreau. Mike Lake. Shiela Lake. Marilyn Lakey. Merle Lakey. Cara Lamb. Phyllis Lambert. Row 3 Iacqueline Lamprecht. Iim Lang. Eileen Langan. Tom Languell. Mildred Lasley. Carol Lauer. Sondra Laughlin. Row'M Susan Lauterberg, Linda Lea- mon. Ion Lehsack. David Lechleitner. Chuck Leonard. Richard Lewis. Tom Linden- berg. Row R Tom Lochner. Esther Lodge. Steven Lommatzsch. Dennis Long. Elaine Longardner. Iim Love. Sharon McAlhaney. Row R Rozena McCann. Russell Mc- Cann. Iim McCollister. Sharon McCollister. loe McComb. Ro- bert McCoy, Doug McCracken. Row W Robert McGregor. Fred Mc- Culloch. Iudy McGuire. Kevin McGuire. Ronald Madden. Iim Maley. Connie Maloley. Row Q Darlene Malott. Marlene Ma- lott. Ianet Manecke, Barbara Manning. Deanna Marquart. Bill Marquis. Harry Marshall, Row 9 Howard Mason. Sharon Math- ews, Sue Maxwell. Harriet Meek. Linda Meinzen, Carolyn Melton. Iackie Mertens. Row'lm Rosellen Messerschmidt, Mich- ael Mettert. Iohn Metts. Iames Meyer. Robert Meyer. Stanley Meyer. Bonnie Meyers. Row 1: Donna Meyers. Kenneth Mey- ,A Q, 45, 5 W Q 1 l 4 :I 2 ers. Martha Miller. Clayton A, 'A he 5 .wi ,, .,,f A. w .Q Moore. Larry Moses, LaMoine ' , '-'J' 4 X" 6 ' Q -J' ' Motz. Nancy Moiz. "9 rf ' , ' t " rr X '-v 'Q vlxfsh. Ja. 'fx v- .. Row 2: ' Donald Murphy, Mike Musto. ,,, b Q .Q a . Richard Myers. Steven New- rs 49 f- l " 'N " " ,. . ? Q " 5. hard. David Nichols. Iudy -ff' I - C' 1 1 1, f' Rae Neuls. Ierry Nuerge. X 5 fri lr ' ' . 'S 'Aj W - '31 Q ' .Q , li ' - x f S K ' x ' V had 1' . .sl ,A . . Row 3: H , lim O'Brien, Ronald O'Brien, ' ,Q ' Ronald O'Dell. Nancy Ober- 2' 'Q' 1 in 'LR -. cv 'Q f' ' ' " Q homer. Indy Olson, Make or- 1 ., , .I 5' ' xl . ' 17' ,MV -iff - " ,Q miston, Ned Osborn. K Q cf K t X Q . A X ., , Row 4: Kenneth Papai. Bob Parker. ' an Ciwen Parker. Nina Parker. ,r A 'LQ 1, 3' ,Q f ' 'ug a ", Bill Parish. Sharon Patterson. l . i J, -Mt . W ,, -- Gerry Pickhem. .4 L4 W7 4--1 1 'C I 'T X . f K .K ' Q ge, - .X fr f'y'r mg 7 M "-' ' hw xii v..-1 .E Row 5: Karl Pfister. Sally Pickering. ' Robert Pierce. Michael Pitch- W ,,, y 1 .' Y -3 0 ford. Vicky Porlenbarger, Pete "' " 37 l' 'W ' 1 . 3 " V Poorman. Thomas Popp. Ir. -gli? - Q ' Q vff .. .V X 5 X 1 NN v. ' iz, YA ' Row 6: LaVon Porter. Sharron Poyser. 4 Barbara Price. Kathy Quinn. fx , 2 1 Karen Racine, Iohn Rader. "" 'Y ' A- X ' ar ' Larry Radke. rl M' --'553' .fx l'.J' P .J Q X E Row 7: Dan Randall. Carol Rang. Sandra Read. William Read. 1 , ,N 1: Charles Reavis. Patricia Red- 'f f ' - 6 - 'JA Y' 'F I Q , .- . . ,1 .A , -4 "' . nm, , ,, dln. Forest Redding. wa . -Y 'l I-3' , Row 8: Iudy Reed. Kay Regedanz. Kristan Reichart. Linda Reil' ing, Peggy Reiling. Marilyn Reimund. Mary Helen Reiter. Row 9: Beverly Rentschler. Gregory Repine. Ioan Rhodes. Iudy Rice, Dave Richards. Iames Richhart. Eddiih Ricketts. Row 10: Richard Rinker, Stephen Rinne. Iames Robins. Diane Robin- son. Vernon Robinson. Ir.. David Rodocker. Ianice Rog- QY- -Q ... , rw, 'ag ,, K in .vm we -A i . A , is f-if ,.,.' . fs: . ..- X . F ir .1 wb. XV Q 2, '17 'E if ikv' X xx ' -' A X il? i.J g Q, A J 'Ig i N. ' X 5, F y ' k ,gg fgg. Q 1 r :mv 2 N 2, f ? ,, ,? yd.. ,' A . fi' ' , f A w i ,, 5 .,-f l if P Adkrgs Page 109 ti 1 :,. x ,li ' V. gy A , ., A V my , :W . .nf V T..- 5: my 'ff - 1 . ' , , 1 N- -.. ' 5. 'Sl ' 3 - i . ,N ,. r 1 ' .,, r , . . , e A Q 'I f -95 A in X? 'i l 3 ii... Qi.. " . -, -2' 3 Q pm ' Q :jg A , R 'stiff . ef 1 J if , K f f , 'qw f Q "' ., lfl' ehilltw ? 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Anne Sosenheimer. Row 3: Diane Sothern, Larry Soucie. Crilla Smith. Bill Snyder, Rich- ard Spake, Ray Spangle, Tom Spice. Row 4: Carl Stabler, Nancy Starkel. Ann Stellner, Donald Steltz, Ellie Sterns. Iim Stewart. Ierry Stodden. Row 5: Iim Stoltz. Hilke Stoeckel- mann, Thomas Stoeckley, Richard Strahm, Max Straub, Roy Strohl, Bob Strong. Row 6: Barbara Stubbs. Sonia Stuck- ey, Bob Sturges. Richard Sud- duth, Linda Sacca. Diana Salisbury, Barbara Sampson. Row 7: Virginia Sarazen, Ian Savieo. Iames Saxton, Linda Schamer- loh, Diane Schelle. Dan Shee- han. Larry Schlotterback. Row 8: Harold Schneider. Robert Schoepke, Mario Schrelber. Pat Schrey. Larry Schubert. Ronnie Schwartz, Gene Schweiqel. Row 9: Charlene Scott. Iohn Scott. Carole Seibert, Ken Selten- right, Marla Seslar, Carol Shaffner. Barbara Sharp. Row 10: Ianet Shown. Nancy Shriver. John Sievers. Diane Simer- man, Michael Smead. Clark Smith. Delores Ann Smith. Row l: Iudy Smith. Beverly Tempel. David Tempel. Iim Thatcher, Paul Thiel. Norma Thomas. Larry Thompson. Row 2: Roger Tomkinson. Peqqy Tom- linson. Karen Treesh. Gloria Uetrecht. Albert Ungerer. Ger- ald Valentine. Robert Vannat- lU. Row 3: Terry VanCamp, Ianet Van- dervort. Sam VanEvery. Rich- ard Voght. Carol Wade. Sally Wagner. Adrienne Wall. Row 4: Bill Wallace. Mark Walling. Iim Wann. Iudy Warren, Ioyce Watson. Kurt Watson. Carl Weaver. Row 5: Sandra Webster. Karen W ee ks. Paul Wehrenberq. Larry Wehrle. Loren Wells. Darlene West. Sidney White. Row 6: Dennis Whonsetler. Iames Wight. Wallace Williamson. Dianne Wills. Rick Wilson. Dave Winters, Sierra Sue Wissinqer. Row 7: Don Witt. Ruth Woods. Stan Woods. Karen Woodward. Ioel Workinq. lim Worley, Iariice Worline. Row 8: Bruce Worster. Becky Wright. Larry Yant. Barbara York. Row 9: Mary Lee York. Robert Zem. Karl Zimmerman. Cathy Zink. Row 10: Iohn Zion. Bonnie Andrews. Iim Anspach. Iohn Arney. 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Q ,Mg by A all W Lx L- fx, Q , X '..A," X ' J Q t ,L , W1 Q Q lg L 1- as ki .4 ,K W , 3 ... If V, H al ,Q K i wi A Y -. .EEE ,xx QV -G 5 - . S ' 3: V. Y, f, 'CTG 1 ef 'til ,Q - , We L -. .1 Q v V I W .f A .My Q., Qi N of L "Nl: X2 N ' f f S ' ' X -" 1 fa L 1 if , S W "', .1 ' X .. ',,,. 3 14:13 ,AX 'kg' K fx E X V, X W, A I I, X ' -ss' QM? ,V X x 2 S "-' f ,, ' . -' ' I Pa- X . Y " .2 'W E' 3 ' -2 D CQ, L V' . . .fix sri' 7 Q if ii'F2,.'i 2 : t i n L P l ' 1 3 , S ifll A I 4, ' K 'L Qi 5 . 3 1 K, dx F, 4, 'Z 5+ .av-1 V A3 V 0 t Y FAQ , Y W-A 'ml 1 A . , Pcxqe 112 Row 1: lay Atkinson, Bonita Babcock. Leslie Babcock, Karen Ballou, Sylvia Beery, Brad Benpore, Steven Berqhofi. Row 2: Paul Biery, Dianna Blanserr. Wayne Bodey, Valerie Moel- lerinq, Ila Bohlander, Dick Bonnell, Phillip Boschet. Row 3: Larry Bramblett, Emory Bryan. Gary Bryie, Linda Callihan. Bob Cambridge, Daniel Car- penter. Elizabeth Carrington. Row 4: Charles Chambers. Barbara Chandler, Iolinn Chrzan, let' lery Clark. Iim Click, Phil Close. Jack Dale. Row 5: Bill Daniels. Bill Dau, Rhonda Deitschel, Karen Dell, Dailia Dennis, Peggy Dey, Patty Didion. Row 6: Iudy Donaqhy, Iudy Downey. Iol-inn Dumont, Linda Duncan, Iucmita Earl. Sally Elliott. Ed Erb. Row 7: Dianne Erhardt, Paul Erwin, Iohn Esser, Terrell Everett. Tom Fair, Susan Feller, Gay Fisher. Row 8: Gene Fisher, Roger Foot, David Foster. Susan Gage, Richard Geist, Allan Girardot, Sharon Gorrell. Row 9: Iim Green, Sharon Hollen- bacher, Keith Hanson, Vernon Harp. Susan Harter. Stan Heine. David Hibler. Row 10: Michael Hinton, Orley Holz- warth, Larry Houser. Robert Hosler, Suzanne Hunsaker. Bonnie Iohnson, Carol Iohn- son. Row h Roxann Kain. Ken Niebel. Steve Kiess. Marvin Klopien- stein. Iohn Kluq. Steve Koontz. Nancy Korn. Row L Roy Krudop. Ron Latham. Kay Leason. Ken Lee. Leslie Leeth. Larry Linnemeier. Iudy Long. Row M Colleen Lonqsworth, loyce Lopshire. Steven Lopshire, Linda Lutton. Suellen Lynch. lane Martin. Nancy Martin. Row k Iudith McArthur, Ronnie Mc- Cave, Doris Medsker, Carol Mills. Sara Mitts, Mike Moore. Sherry Moore. Row S Steve Moser. Mike Ormiston. lay Osborn, Overmyer Gary. Ruth Park, Pat Parker. Roger. Parkerson. Row E Pat Pence. Bill Parish. Ronald Parisot. Ioan Parsons. Gerry Peckham, Ioan Prada. Steve Pratt. Row W Pam Price. Rose Prine. Philip Pulver. Iohn Purcell. Gary Quance. Stephan Reader. Linda Reid. Row M Don Robbins. Iohn Roberts. Raymond R o e b u c lc, Robert Robers. Row E Iudy Bunyan. Patty Rutledge. Ianice Ryder. Bell Schelm. Row lm Iane Schudtz. Bobbe Sebell. Roselyn Snavely, Marsha Shoda. 9, '3 ta "x, 'X V AH ..- A .3 J KN? X ,Q h'l' Q N5 ,hx 3. 2? to '35 ri? ri: X' lxmvak xi . X .W -4- . -.ia -N A .A A f ff -of -1 --gy 4 X , at -v 'Z l J?2 MX ,Q , -55 K- - Pb , I ... o 4,- - A , 1, yy y af. ' 1 Q ?l1 . .-ixl -124. Q . 'af 4 it , ,A . 4 Jr nt I . -7 ,, , - - rg 'R 'Q lx 1 1 N x x 2 wit. . 4 .ji - -fr . Q tw' A H friggin 3 --v mae.: 1 V 4 1 1 r XJ ' X M k.. l- A 4 , "I 4' 3 .A 9 YL -'7 is 4 tl X' 4- - 4 .3539 . , f' . ef N 2 ' 95 x 4 mia . ' " 'PIQXZQ 1. Si 9 . Q Y ,. , , J N av' -, , t'v 5' . A ,. y .Q 'Q 3 fm . - .,5 -.1 X I f 41 J 2. J P '73 --, 49' , gf 1-xl V, 'Af f- , . Q cz. ' Q4 N, 1 " 'N H 5' .. X f. t . ff , YE' fx - .2 i ef v Rt.. W ang, Q ,A 73 Q' - Q! S! A ' 1 K A A V 'V .-Q Page H3 , Row 1: , L 4 'S 'V' L Whitney Sidener. Gene Smith, 9- ': C , . W Wiladean Smith. Phil Spice. my . 4 - . ' 'Y i K Ag Ann Stellner. Mike Suciu, ig ' 'QA ' Q " ' RNA V. A Wanda Swaqin. ' X i3.3.,,,X5M, 5 .V ' T' gin' 1 X ' Row 2: I ag I 'M David Tannas, Diane Tate, C 5 .J at '- 2 "" e .. 5 ' " "' Gordon Tennell. Betsy Thomp- 'ff A, -5 Y as ,J QQ son. Kathi Tsetse, Lana Van- , ' ig " 'V 'fl i md meter, Ioyce Vinson. qw Row 3: , Iackie Walker. Ioanrve Vtfalte' , ,h .3 . H Q A .T x f: Q math, Beverly Vtfmapes, Steve W ... , 1 0 ' 1 . E , J White. Stephen Willett, Don ' sb ' " ilk " A ' QQ Williams, Florence Winkler, if 'V 1: V 1 ' N x Y Bow 4: v Marilyn Zager, Donald Zim- , A merman. Y- sv ff" A' iw' J. x Interest, dreamyness, tention, and amusement show on these freshmen boys faces as they watch one of the many interesting pep sessions put on at North Side. From left to right are: Larry Yant, Mike Pitchford, LaMoine Motz, Eugene Roop, Clark Smith, Mike Moore, Bob Cambridge, and Chuck Chambers. f is ss s f Ill il, t 1 ! Page 114 "All work and no play makes Suzie a dull girl", but Rosellen Messerschmidt, Daisy Gore, ludy Brown. Carol LaHurreau, Mary Hagerfield, and Marcia Grant are seeing that they won't be in such a position. The plight oi all new comers to North is the freshmen tests. Here we see part of the class It's lunchtime and at the milk machine we see busy at work trying to do their best during the Roy Strohl, Carolyn Kelsey, Marla Kern, and hours they must spend in the cafeteria. Sue High. ,. .. W A , ,' 7 -fi-gsiiis ' V 31.1 ' V -, Len!! , .t., i . e is i P' ,Jag Y' ,QQ Page ll5 At Parkview Hospital several Redskin girls may be found doing part time volunteer work. Here Sharon Houser, Iudy Nichols. and Barbara Benner diligently clean needles in Central Supply. Pictured around the table are Iunior, Alice Rudensky, and her family. They are celebrating "The Day oi Atonement", or Yom Kippur. 1 , wif ls Page 8 We Worked A part of North Side's personality is its students. They obtain individual traits by doing various part time jobs. Each iob helps to bring out certain characteristics of the student, that may aid him in be- coming a more responsible citizen. Many students got jobs that were connected with their future vocation. Others worked only for money with which to buy all those extras. Afternoons that were free from classes were often spent by clerking in a store. Above Left: "And there he saw them with the treasure . . Martha Miller reads to Sandy Heath. This part time iob of baby sitting is very popular because it is an easy way oi making pin money for all those extras. As in previous years many North Siders were members ot I. A. At the annual Trade Fair we .Ili T 4: QE- SW' 3? fl: iii feb: 5 I- 3 " Q, u is A. f , 'W -r R , If ' 1, M, 'fu 'Ap ,fa 5 J, .- f,, 'Ewa Ev N 0 UC s .v 'X fail ' In ' ' V, .. ' N i 9. ,. ' , thx X V, !- Q., A ?We'+ ns h,,,,. VT.-w it -ff it xp-f 4 we, n Mui, -S . ,fxivj-Q-' ', ,A .K , " ' ' Fqwgx, . x 4 K M .ar X .Ki ,B ,Aww- vu... mi nmilff, . .., nf" ff" Lf Page 1 18 , .--ul At the head of our school system for live Q years has been Superintendent of Schools Aaron T. Lindley. From his busy oHice. Mr. Lindley has managed the affairs of all the schools in the city. Even with his heavy daily schedule. which includes trips all over Fort Wayne, Mr. Lindley always seems to find time to visit North Side. He is always willing to lend a help- ing hand wherever it is needed. The P. T. A.'s aim lor amicable relations between teachers and parents is accomplished by the hard work of its officers. Shown sitting, leit to right are Mrs. William Miller. first Vice President: Mrs. Robert Passwater. President: and Mrs. Wayne Koontz, Treasurer: and standing are Mr. Robert Zimmerman, second Vice President: and Mrs. Harold Beck. Secretary. -twain: 1, ,Q-. alsnnli. X , f 1, X ,U 'anis lf tk a,,.ff"!,-Wu -,,,,,a-41 M ,f nr During the four years Principal O. Dale Robertson has been at North Side, he has become an invaluable member of our faculty. In spite of all his necessary work, such as leading our faculty meetings, Mr. Robertson has time to help students with their problems. Although Miss Victoria Gross, North Side's Dean of Girls, is one of the busiest members of our faculty, she never fails to take time out to talk with students or to give advice when needed. Her pleasing smile, kindly personality, and cheerful helpfulness mark our Dean of Girls. J sf ff Equally busy on our faculty staff is Mr. Clarence Murray, North Side's Dean of Boys. Mr. Murray finds time to participate as an F. T. A. advisor besides advising students about their vocational or personal problems. RALPH ANDERSON Algebra. Physical Geogra- phy, Indiana University. MRS. ANNA BARNES Study Hall. International Business College. MISS MARIAN BASH U. S. History. University of Michigan, Wellesley Col- leqe. MISS HELEN BEAN Cafeteria. Family Living. Colorado State College. Indiana University. MISS MARIORIE BELL gi Art. Cleveland Art Institute. X Columbia University, Indi- fr, Q7 ana University. GLEN BICKEL Mathematics. Indiana State Teachers College. MISS IUDITH BOWEN Latin, DePauw University. DONALD BRUICK w,,,5 Basketball Coach. Physical :Uv Education. Ball State Teach- ers College, Valparaiso University. "kv MISS RUTH CARROLL Physical Education, Ball State Teachers College. Columbia University. ROLLA CHAMBERS Athletic Director. Health, Physical Education, Indiana University. MRS. MARY ANN CHAPMAN Business, Ball State Teach- ers College, University ol Chicago. CHARLES CLARK Mathematics. Defiance Col- lege. Ohio State University. Mrs. Graham and Miss Mary Waller. our efficient office help, seem to be enioying a humorous topic as they take time out from their busy schedules to chat a while. MISS CATHERINE CLEARY English. Columbia Univer- sity. Indiana University. St. Mary's College. ALBERT COIL Debate. English. Butler Col- 9, lege. -f-'s ,.,, MRS. HAZEL COMMEY Study Hall. Coe College. Indiana University. 2' ROBERT COWAN Audio-Visual Aids. Busi- ness. Physical Education. Study Hall, Indiana Uni- versity. RICHARD DANNECKER English. Speech. Indiana ..,.,, University. - MRS. AMELIA DARE English. Indiana University. ROBERT EDWARDS Industrial Arts. Ohio North- ern University. University oi Michigan. CHARLES FELLER General History. U. S. His- tory. Bowling Green Uni- Versity. 'asm 'il .0-gm MISS LORRAINE FOSTER Latin. Indiana University. Miami University. WADE FREDRICK English. Wabash College. MISS ORAL FURST Business. Ball State Teach- ers College. University of Chicago. MISS MABEL GREENWALT English. Ball State Teachers College, University ot Chi- cago. +449 Mrs. Emerson handles and keeps the books on all financial matters concerning the school. As this is one ol the hardest Doug Glock and Lee McIVIillen are very concerned with iobs. Mrs. Emerson should be given much recognition lor the money Mr. Murray and Miss Carrol have collected at her wqrk, an alter game dance. - u:nnns,..,r 0' 'vw-,A 1, A..-vo-P 'Q' ---C.. .gn-cd? lf.. --f-r+4u nil A9 MRS. IANE GRIGGS Spanish, Earlham College, Indiana University. Mexico City College. C. WILLIAM HI-ITT Music, Music Appreciation. Band, Orchestra, Theory, Indiana State Teachers Col- lege. MYRON HENDERSON Citizenship, Civics, U. S. History, Ball State Teachers College. Manchester Col- lege. MISS MILDRED HUFI-'MAN English, Northwestern Uni- versity, University ol Mich- igan. HYRLE IVY Swimming, Kansas State Teachers College, Kansas University. DONALD KEMP Health, Physical Education, Purdue University. STANLEY LEE English, Indiana Universiry. PAUL LEMKE English, Spanish. North- western University. IAMES LEWINSKI English, Indiana University. Michigan University. BERYL LEWIS Algebra, Chemistry, Ball State Teachers College. RONALD LEWTON Biology. Purdue University. University of Michigan. MISS ELIZABETH LITTLE English, Columbia Univer- sity, Ohio University. These women work in the cafeteria under Miss Bean. They are from left to right: Miss Pate, Mrs. Roemke, Mrs. Senqer. Mrs. Witte, Mrs. Dennis, Mrs. Schlesser, Miss McCullough, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Hammons, Mrs. Menge. Mrs. Gaskell, Mrs. Dumbold, and Mrs. Reilinq. . -,t I , iii. i E r . IF . y -,,, 1 T-S, --. X, IOHN MALOTT Citizenship. Ball State Teachers College. Taylor University. WALTER MCNEELY Mathematics. Hanover Col- lege. Indiana University. IOHN MERTES Business. Indiana State Teachers College. Wiscon- sin State Teachers College. MISS IRENE MILLER English. Columbia Univer- sity. University of Cincin- nati. MISS MARIE MILLER Mathematics. Smith College. MRS. NOLA MORRIS Home Economics, Ball State Teachers College. MRS. MARY NOLD Home Economics. Indiana University. MRS. ALICE NUSBAUM Mathematics, Butler Univer- sity. Indiana University. CLIFFORD OTT Biology. Indiana University. Purdue University. MRS. GRACE PENNINGTON Business. Ball State Teach- ers College. Indiana Uni- versity. EVERETT PENNINGTON Mathematics. Earlham Col- lege. Indiana University. MISS FRANCES PLUMANNS French. Mathematics. Col- lege of Mount Saint Ioseph- on-the-Ohio. Northwestern University. Without much recognition our Janitors work long hours everyday to keep our school running smoothly Standing are Iohn Peterink. Herb Weitzman. Fred Niemyer Iuamta Bryant Ian Newly and Fred Menzie Sitting are Albert Crawl Charles Bell and Walter Bayles. Sgtt Y MRS. WINIFRED POE Visiting Teacher, Columbia University, Heidelberg Col- lege. SHERMAN PRESSLER Physics. Ball State Teachers College. Indiana University. Muncie Normal College. JAMES PURKHISER Dramatics. English, Speech, Hanover College, Indiana University. LESLIE REEVES Business. Ball State Teach- ers College, Indiana Uni- versity. MISS IEANETTE RICH I A Cappella, Chansonettes. Choir, Triple Trio, Indiana University. Northwestern University. MISS KATHERINE ROTHENBERGER General History, U. S. His- tory, Depauw University. Indiana University. Univer- sity of Cambridge. MISS ETHEL SHROYER School Librarian, Western Reserve University. WILLIAM SIMON Business, International Busi- ness College. Manchester Colleqe. University of Wis- consin. I. ROBERT SINKS General History, Indiana - University, Purdue Univer- sity. RUTHERFORD SMUTS Industrial Arts, Ball State Teachers College. MISS MARGARET SPIEGEL Health. Physical Education, Swimming, Indiana Univer- sity, Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity. MRS. MARIORIE SPOOLSTRA English. Latin, Taylor Uni- versity. Mr. and Mrs. Pennington are hard at work in their home Mr. and Mrs. Griggs seem to be enioying their new home trying to put a glossy finish on the table. U5 HWY review me events of the d'-'-'Y- 1 ft Q1 ., ,A MISS SARA STIRLING English, Ball State Teachers College, Indiana University. MISS NORMA THIELE English, Iournalism, Indiana University. HAROLD THOMAS Chemistry. Indiana Univer- sity. University of Chicago. University of Louisville. Y -1-if -0 MISS VESTA THOMPSON Biology. Botany, University of Chicago. TOURIST THOMPSON Mechanical Drafting. Brad- ley University. ROBERT TRASTER Business. Driver's Training. Ball State Teachers College. Manchester College. MISS DOROTHY WEMHOFF Art. Indiana University. University of Michigan. C. RICHARD WERT Industrial Arts, Ball State Teachers College. NOEL WHITTERN Physical Geography. Fort Wayne Normal School. Tri- State College, Indiana Uni- versity. HARRY YOUNG Civics, Economics, Indiana University. ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Civics, Economics, Sociol- ogy, Bowling Green Univer- sity. Defiance College. Michigan State University. As a hobby. Mr. Reeves enters his Golden Retrievers in local dog shows where he has won many ribbons and trophies. 'S -,,..g 'QL 4 ,nf 2 -vi' .....pJ' These mothers are learning m their teenagers as they attend th other week here at North Side. ,.....-v- ore about the actions of e study groups held every 1 t S ,X in . ' Q .. I fl' Part Time or acting as a secretary for some business- man. Seniors. Particularly, worked on free afternoons so they could save money for college. Practically everyone busied himself with some sort of summer job. Iunior Achievement served as a means by which students could observe the way business is run. Many Redskins took an active part in this organization. Thus the personality of North Side's stu- dent body is formed. , 0. Q. ' 3 i ,zifsfl IQQLQ ! 7'7" Many gardens and lawns look trim because of the efforts oi North Side boys such as Bob McGregor. One more lawn and he'1l have enough cash tor that very important date! see Iudy Keirns, Rosalee Kesler, Bill Arnold, After school jobs are becoming more and more popular among Nancy Stiver, and Iudy Iohnson selling their today's teenagers. Cookie Lang. Barbara Hickman. and Darvin products. Iohnson can be seen working at Roger's Market. .-V' ' f x if nga I- ju 3 tml Q ... " ' "ref-'wvgn-rt Page 9 ...Q X "I-Ielp! Save Me!" Mr. Sinks pleads as Mr. Reeves playlully holds a knife to his throat. KL fs,-, ,. . Mr. Bickel, Mr. Robertson. Mr. Kemp. and Mr. Hatt, participate in the Men Teachers' Bowling Team that meets every Tuesday alter school. Mrs. Graham shows that she is not for all work and no play. It is evident by her expression, her pride and ioy is her grandchild. Mr. Dannecker is a credit consultant at Woll and Dessauer. He is advising Sandy Schlatter about opening an account. The admittance office at Parkview Hospital is the working place ol Miss Bowen on Saturdays and during the summer. 5 Q :T -N ,C-It K i E i Page 126 X. 5 K M cf 2 5 9,53 'g f if ,. ' ml ' fix 1659? 1 3 Pictured are the four football coaches: Head coach, Bob Cowan, seated: and Bob Traster, Don Bruick, and Bob Zimmerman. 1956 Football Records N.S. Opp. Sept. 7 at Elkhart ..v... ..w..... l 3 6 14 at Mich. City w,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 2 7 21 S. B. Adams ,.... 3 .13 31 28 Central ,t,.,,....tA....o .oo.oooo 2 7 7 Oct. 5 At S. B. Central ...,., ., .. .14 35 12 South Side ......,,... is so .27 7 19 Central Catholic .....,...... 32 13 26 S. B. Washington ,, ,13 19 Nov. 2 S. B. Riley ....... .i .... 21 14 Gridders Dominate All-City Squad The All City Team was completely dominated by the Cowanmen. having seven out ol the first eleven. Gridders on the team included ends. Dave Carpenter, and Larry Rodocker: center. Phil Lockwood: guard, Phil Ducat: haliback, Pete Lundell: fullback, Don Nuerqe: and quarter- An exciting play brings the reserve Redskins up oft of the bench. back Don Stager. Guard Doug Glock and junior tackles Tom Siefert and Iohn Shoppell repre- sented North on the All City second team. The Northern Indiana Conference team gave honor- able mention to backs Don Nuerge and Don Staqer, and guard Austin Brooks. Page 130 f-Q if A X . Q . -71 ,. tc- fs, A gf M xxx! 5 . X . , fa fg- No qain for opposition! North's gang tackling again successfully halts the ball carrier Honary co-captains Don Stager and Pete Lun- dell discuss rules with the opposing captain and officials before ihe qame. Dale Zumbaugh. speedy iunior halfback, clips off another five yards for the 'Skins. Freshman team members. First Row: Coach Edwards. Zimmerman. Kepler, Hostetler. Dimke. Gordon, Williams. Cook. Daugherty Stoltz. Buelow. and Coach Don Bruick. Second row: Varmetta. Lindenberq. Belfry, Bentz. Wright. Baughman, Musto. Worley. Madden. Ienninqs. Barnard, Griffith Third row: Hapner. Trowbridge. Meyer, Sheets, Wallace, Danials. Sie-vers. Thiel, Bliqh. Matz, and Nuerqe. Page 131 Pete Lundell races over the line for another Redskin touch- down. Here we see Pete plowing through the opposition for some extra yards. Seniors, Dave Carpenter, Ron Keairnes, Don Stager, Doug Glock and Bill Ortlieb are shown turning in their equipment after four years on the team. Other boys that will be lost by gradu- ation are Iohn Duxbury, Iohn Wiersch, Austin Brooks, Pete Lundell, Rex Belden, Phil Ducat, Don Nuerge, Larry Rodocker, Gary Riley, Phil Lockwood, and Ed Reader. N1 A North tackler drags down an opposing haliback. The Red and White realize football isn't all "hearts and flowers" as the teams pile up in a pool of mud. Page l34 Pre-season expectations of the North Side grid machine were easily reached under the able coaching of Bob Cowan. The Cowanmen posted a six and three record, conquering all three oi their city foes while losing three out oi six in the rugged Northern Indiana Conference games. ,gf An: ' My , . . pw-x Defensive, halfbacks Don Stager and Don Nuerge, come up fast to assist the linemen in the tackle. A tired, but hcrppy, Redskin team reioices after winning the City Crown. First Row: Doug Glock, Dave Carpenter, Don Nuerge, Ion Duxbury, Rex Belden, Phil Ducat, Don Staqer, Phil Lockwood. Bill Ortlieb. Ron Keairns, Gary Riley, Larry Rodocker, Ion Wiersch and Austin Brooks. Second Row: Hand Schollett, Mike Archer. Ierry Lee-th, Denny Anqlin, Terry Lindenberq, Sam Sefton, Charlie Brockhall, Iohn Shoppell, Dick Bolds, Tom Pence, Pete Lun- dell, Dave Heinline, and Larry Halleart. Third Row: Bob Zimmerman, Bob Traster, Bob Cowan, Tom Siefert, lim Fredricks, Larry Knopp, Mike Chambers, Mike Poorman, lim Richendollar, Tom McMahon. Howie Merkler, and Mark Meyer. W f:'......l P NL: Q wa 'Lfqzn ww 'U 1 1 w mf T -Nw ' ,,, .zw tf-.,-ev-sfr.....4r.s.?frQ,prnr k , , A . w iki ..,.,-fait.,-k....x:izgxgziggy-gx,,,..,1.:Q-az-1 il! ' . V 1-. ., M m- , . .. .. .. N.-,-,. few- - " " ?1e"R ....,-:fm-,-W '- ,4-I' 2. ,' " gg 'f' . .5 " ...2-3'-if W: If 2., , , .' Page 135 r If ,-R C' TWV' ' MTF stat: to Q! Before each home game, there is a pep session sponsored by some club. Bob Brosius seems to be in agony as he is being pulled across the gym by Carolyn Hawkins. These two seniors took part in one of the many pep sessions of the year. We Benefited North Side Every year the North Side Band participated in the State Band and Marching Contest. This year they played selections from well known Mother Goose Rhymes. A clever touch was added by several stu- dents dressed as Mother Goose characters. Page 10 gg v 1 A1 fl Nz kk l,,! I 'gf' X -, 32, WV., 1 3 f , ' 'N X my -'tv 15? sept. 11 l ' 'T "M its Q 'WM' DN 'Q , V' ,gawwwisw . 1- , 2 X 17 ,i 20 3, x 25 'Q 7 4 M 28 4 , . ,I 'W , 1. , ' t - ' - -.,.m.. --,vf A ...f " Harrier coach Rolla Chambers gets ready to time some of his O . 4 boys on the two mile course. Ct ll 16 23 Nov. 3 CROSS COUNTRY Concordia A. South Side 3, S. B. Adams Concordia V, S. B. Central Elkhart ....... Lima. Ohio La Porte ..... S. B. Riley 7, Goshen ....... Mishawaka Central .....,, Sectionals .... State ..,..... N.S. Opp 22 37 24 34 15 46 21 40 24 33 15 47 20 39 30 25 15 48 27 28 24 35 3rd place 21st place First Row: lim Hattery, Ed Evans, Frank Geist, Tom Martin. Second Row: Dave Witezigueter. Bob Richard, Iim Plumb, and Bill Ewing. Leading the pack, Ed Evans crosses the finish line. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Frank Geist warming up for an important meet. Ed and Frank were voted this year's captains by their team mates. Ed Evans, Frank Geist Lead Harriers ' W.-ff 'vw' In the dressing room. Tom Martin, Wayne Payne, Iim Hattery, Ed Evans. Larry Fair, and Terry Stabler prepare for a strenuous workout. Full steam ahead! A large pack starts out on the Franke Park course. Frrst Row Steve Swank Steve Hofer Forest Redding. Iohn Iohnson, Second Row: Leon Kennedy. Gary Swineford. Steve En- mger Steve Willrarns and Coach Myron Henderson. 31: Being hit hard by graduation, North's tennis team responded well to their rugged schedule. The Netmen were victorious in four of their ten meets. Leon Kennedy, hard smashing senior, was elected honorary captain by his team mates. A score tor the 'Skinsl That's the way the old ball bounces when Steve Eninger backs up Leon Kennedy in a doubles match. y.-, It J , A 5-- . A-- 5 25 , pf -4a Steve Hoier serves while Forest Redding awaits the return in another doubles match. Netters Victorious in Four Meets Coach Myron Henderson is looking forward to another powerful team next season, as he loses only Leon Kennedy and Steve Eninqer by Forest Redding, Steve Eninqer, Steve Williams, Steve Swank, and Steve Heier gather around the drinking toun- tain after a hard match on the Lake Side Courts. Ili Q L - ' 5as...q-W-, iw- .., Page 139 graduation. Returning racqueteers include Steve Williams, Gerald Swiniord, Iohn Iohnson, and Forest Redding. Captain Leon Kennedy warms up for a crucial singles match. Xxr ,pM . 'fimbr- 3,9 'af Coach Don Bruick points out a result on this year's Sectional chart, to Bob Edwards. and Bob Traster. Senior Bill Ortlieh leaps high to can another two points for the Redskin cause. Page 140 Cagers Boast North Side's Redskins emerged from a long. hard- fought campaign with a none too impressive record of no wins and eighteen losses. The cagers played a better brand of ball than their season's record indicates. A few games were very close up to the sound of the final gun. A bright spot of the cam- paign was North's victory over a rugged Peru team in the Holiday Tournament. ln the sectionals, North drew their highly rated cross-town rivals, the South Side Archers. The Braves kept the Archers worried during the first half. but the Green rallied on to win the contest and the tournament. Eight of the season foes of the 'Skins advanced all the way to the semi- finals of the state tournament. Since there were many new faces in the 'Skin's camp, Coach Don Bruick was confronted with the task of rebuilding. Bill Ortlieb is one of the members of the team that will be lost by graduation. With many Cagers returning and several promising boys coming up from the successful freshman and re- serve teams. Coach Bruick is expecting a stronger team next season. Other lettermen lost by gradua- tion include Pete Lundell, Don Stager. and Tim Arney. BASKETBALL N.S. Opp. Nov. 23 Muncie Central ..... 1, .,.. 45 66 24 Hartford City ....,... , cc.. .44 45 30 Auburn , .,,,,........... ...,,... 5 3 74 Dec. 7 S. B. Washington ,.,..., .,,,,.., 6 5 69 14 Central ,,.,....,.,....,,. ., .,., 51 70 18 Mishawaka ..,... .. ,..., ,69 80 21 La Porte ....,,......,....,,,,,..,...,.,, .46 57 27 Holiday Tournament-Peru 58 57 Wabash ..,. .,...,,.,..,.,..,,,,..,,,,... 4 8 70 Ian. 11 South Side ..,.,,,,. ,,.,,,,, 3 9 67 12 S. B. Riley ..,.,,...,..,,, .,,,,... 4 5 71 18 Central Catholic .,...,, .,,,,... 6 9 100 19 Goshen ,.,,,,,..,...,,,...,. ,,., 1 .36 43 25 Elkhart s, .,,..... .,.,. . ,41 71 Feb. 1 South Side .,,,..... ,..,,,,. 3 1 70 8 Central .....,.,..,,.,.... ,,,,,,,, 4 8 65 9 Michigan City .,.,,,. ,,.,,.,, 4 9 86 15 Concordia .,,.,,,..... ..... , .53 74 16 S. B. Central ...,.... .,,,..,, 4 6 112 23 S. B. Adams ........ 1 ..,,.. 34 61 Sectionals South Side .......,. ,...., . 16 34 Hard-Fought Campaign Redskins get their last minute instruc- tions irom Coach Bruick. On a driving lay up, Don Stager scores another two points. Wif .4 .vi Managers: Howie Merkler, Mark Meyer, Tom Smith, Bill Parish, and Steve Bergofi help Iohn Peterink lay out uniforms. Larry Bilger gets set tor a shot. Page MW uf 'JB L Aj Members oi the Reserve team were First Row: lim Lang and lack Arney. Sceond Row: Duane Gordon. Al Hapner, Karl Zimmerman, Roger Scott, and lack Hallenbeck. Iunior guard, lim Fredricks shoots a one hander over the defense. RESERVE BASKETBALL RECORD Paqe 144 North 49 ,,... or..,,,,, . . . ,,,,....,e .. . Hartford City 37 North 35 . Ya,.....o,...,,a.tt,,...,. Auburn 29 North 37. ,.,..... S. B. Washington 24 North 59. ao,.,..,,, . Central 41 North 37, . . Mishawauka 50 North 47 ...eoo. . ,ooo,,., LaPorte 43 North 31 e.or,,. ,. . .. South Side 44 North 24 oor.,.. ....Y,....wo.t.. S . B. Riley 28 North 26. .. a.,ao . Central Catholic 46 North 36. . Goshen 43 North 40. . .. ., . Huntington 39 North 41. ...... Decatur 53 North 26 . . ,. .... South Side 55 North 51. .. ,............... Central 44 North 30. ..... ....... M ichigan City 58 North 39 .,.,... .,.. ..,., C o ncordia 40 North 28 .,... . . .... S. B. Central 52 North 28.. ........ S. B. Adams 42 The team, the Coach, the Cheerleaders, and the Block look with intent at a iump ball situation. North North North North North North North North North North North North North North North FRESHMAN BASKETBALL RECORD 40 r,.r,,.,,r..r, ,,,.,,r, r , , Garrett 19 475, .r,,, r,,Y,r,.,.,r, . .5 Garrett 45 47, ,,r.. ., . Central Catholic 17 39 it New Haven 29 38, ,. , South Side 30 46 ,. , . , Central 58 42, r,r,. , ,, Central 53 40 , , ,, , South Side 50 36 ,. ,. ,,, Harlan 35 45 ,.,,, r Concordia 33 24 , r.,r,.r , Garrett 27 40 .,,r.. r,.,,,,, C entral Catholic 47 35, ,r,,, . Central 30 shot' 495 ,..,, ., . South Side 42 t Concordia 36 Ierry Leeth a sophomore dazes the defense by dr1v1ng through for a hook The Freshman team was composed of First Row: T. Lindenberq, L. Souscie I Hallenback Second Row: S. Rinne. D. Gordon, A. Hapner, B. Wallace, C. Lenard. Third Row K Zimmerman I Lang '. Thiel, C. Feustal, R. Lathans, and Coach Edwards. 1 Q' t. P Q.: YL-'rc 1 t Q x fi if , Q 56:3 E fr.. an -4 ia. .': X N 7 I, , . lx I 1 I x , t X r wftm 2:52,-f' , '33 I i-J A A- .,,,e,u 'H ff' Q l .L Ur ff! This years Christ- mas Assembly was the first to be held in the gym. It proved to be a very memorable sight, not only in decorations, but in the spirit of North Siders. Many baskets of food and clothes were cheerfully donated by Red- skins for needy families of Fort Wayne. By School Spirit "Our Redskins did it again' so 1t appears from the looks on the faces of these football fans who witnessed many football thrillers th1s year pd? an at ff e 'fl 4,v'.,Af. W1 .XB fnsqy-:fly Q' ,i.g..v..' . ,A+ -fQ'igQ' -efzagfw iminise . -W Wm-ML-MW M MMV' H www! ,:t,wm X, , 4 5 A : K f WQQQW, , 1 . ..,. . . - f - Q 4 .. , 4y,...-...,.,vm....M,..,........,.......v.......,. , A My 4 4 V A A H I . M., ,.,.. , +' V V ,-,,,..-..-,. ,W .- W .A-WM--M . - " ' , .gi ' , H ,,,...,,,.,,....,,......,M,,...-..., A , - , M, X. -J.. ul' :I W1 Na.. , 5 X , - i xt , , ,. , . .. . M W ti "i'- V 4-..: 1 TT"""'?"""7W"""'i"""""VT' """' ..,...-....- .,'.. .. . emuhtssw . First Row: T. Smith: B. Richards: P. DeVooqt: D. Lang: E. Reader: F. Geist: P. Ducat: D. Stager: B. Ortlieb: D. Nuerge: R. Bolman: P. Lundell: and Coach Chambers. Second Row: M. Meyer: T. Martin: G. Earl: C. Winkler: B. Ewing: B. Price: I. Bardsley: I. Hattery: D. Anqlin: G. Roebuck: T. Seifert: I. Leeth: C. Leonard: and H. Merkler. Third Row: Coach Bob Zim- merman: L. Fair: W. Payne: I. Rhoades: T. Adams: D. Pierce: D. Kocher: D. Pontius: G. Tustison: B. McGregor: R. Roebuck: R. Strohl: and L. Yant. Fourth Row: Coach Don Kemp: M. Poorman: D. Zurbaugh: I. Arney: L. Kruchten: I. Garrard: D. Gor- don: M. Musto: H. Dimke: I. Worley: K. Meyers: L. Barnard: and P. Thiel. Fifth Row: Coach Bob Cowan: I. Lang: C. Hawks: S. Rinne: I. Hallenbeck: T. Lindenberg: K. Zimmerman: P. Poorman: D. McCracken: I.. Soucie: L. Knight: T. Spice: M. Belfry: M. Ormiston: and B. Wallace. Thinliclads Packed With Power . 4 .N "xx 3' A K :J Coaches Bob Zimmerman, Rolla Chambers. Bob Cowan, and Don Kemp discuss the day's track workout. Page 146 First Row: Don Nuerge, Frank Geist. Pete Lundell. Iim Hattery. Second Row: Ron Bowman. Dave Lang, Coach Rolla Chambers, and Tom Seifert. The mile relay was composed ol Pete Lundell, Don Nuerge. Dave Lanq. and Ron Bowman. all juniors. N. t fs 1 :gf M 19, f E Q if , sift . Qs HEY, Sophomore shot putter, Tom state meet. Seiler 1 Q, W.,- Q' 4 ta 1 1.1 took sixth in the ,,v,1. Q , QQ QA , 'X E-' 'X vw . t, 1 I f cg!!-'. .I ,, p t. f N, V . 5 A i , f.'A,5,,. '56 State Champs With all but two of his state championship team returning, Coach Rolla Chambers was looking forward to another great track season. The Redskins were expected to retain the coveted State Crown. The 1957 team was packed with power in every department. Halt-miler Frank Geist took second in the state meet as a junior. Nw A Q. 5 Q ' 1 A XY -wi ' .-qsg, , -ot.. ' 5 X 'E . Frank Geist and lim Hai- X S tery are out in front in cr close race. High iumper, Bill Ort- lieb. clears the bar with perfect form. Ed Reader and Don Nuerge provided the one- A good baton pass in the mile relay from Pete two punch for the 'Skins in the sprints. Lundell to Ron Bowman. F vv Keen competition, between milers Tom Martin and Bill Ewing is being dis- played in this race. It looks like another good iump for Duane Gordon. Dave Lang and Bill Ortlieb collect more points Cloud-duster. Don Stager, is up and over. for the Redskins. it lf 7 V A Q 'Nth " ,, " 7 5 .- ' '..,f ? .U . it 'JS ......------ f Q if -M """"i...,. V Cheerleaders th1s year were Nancy Parker Bonnie Braun Captain Mona Zirkle, Carole Pontius, and Carol Winkler. Yell Leaders Promote Working with the cheering block and their advisor Mrs. Mary Nold, the yell leaders have strived dili- gently to strengthen the Redskin rooting section. The cheerleaders are to be commended not only for their guidance during the basketball and football games, but also for their leadership in all of the pep sessions. Chosen by a group of iudges the varsity cheerleaders were Mona Zirkle, Carole Pontius. Bonnie Braun, Carol Winkler, and Nancy Parker. The Cheering Block members added a dash of color to each game, not only by their colorful uni- forms lred ties and glovesl, but also by their clever cheers. Many a student will remember "Crazy Team Crazy" which was some what of a theme cheer for the block. The Cheerleaders do much to create enthusiasm and further school spirit. Mona Zirkle and Bonnie Braun leap hiqh to end a cheer. Page l5O School Spirit x XJ' -fi .. Q J ' gf. Block members standup tor the tip off at the Auburn game. The Cheering Block added a lot of color to the Sectional Tourna- ment again this year. fix The Girl's Cheering Block not only helped boost school spirit but also provided new zest and life to the games. it ul C3-rm 14-1- 1 '23 ' 9' Bob Cowan throws in the ball for a rough and tumble Work on the parallel bar helps these boys build strong game of soccer. and healthy bodies. Gym Classes Help Build Strong Bodies A free swim is being enjoyed by the members of this swimming class. Don Bruick is organizing a gym class so might begin it's activities for the semester. that it Even if a boy is not capable of playing on a var- sity team, he is able to participate in various sports through physical education classes. These classes which meet three times a week cover such activities as volleyball, track, basketball, wrestling, tumbling, softball, and swimming. North Side's physical edu- cation classes are helping to build our "men of tomorrow". Paddle Boards help these boys develop greater skill in swimming. Eff ir? if JE L ',.-if-x ' M ' ' -1 " .--.f ' ' ' k 1' .S af- sg -s lust one ol the many different types ol dives that the Ripplettes produced an outstanding water show again this members of Ripplettes perform in their annual water show. year. Shown above is one of the acts. a precise and in- tricate floating routine. Ripplettes Demonstrate Precision Members ol Ripplettes are First Row: M. Duniqan. C. Pontius, C. Blitz. B. Popp, I.. Keller, M. Thompson. B. Garr. Second Row: B. Fall. I. Stackhouse, I. Wehernberq. V. Poe, A. Ward. D. Beherns. R. Iackson. R. Dunton. Mid ,VLA . .,. , ii fwf- ,.... :fv- H ,,.,, ,, va, x , fn f rg 1 ' v' L ", 1 .f-sn'Qmff,n ' . I . .,,,s . ,, tr v Q- -' s x -s' gg... Q wa ff. . t. xslt AA gb- 3 , nb. t XXX x Xxx XR L X ' . 1 . 1 V. X X ' x t xt x Sl K Under the able assistance of Miss Spiegel and Miss Carroll, and the help of student officers, Girls Atheletic Association, better known as G.A.A. com- pleted another successful year. This organization is more than ever helping those girls who have an active interest in sports by sponsoring many super- vised activities. These include volleyball, tennis, bad- minton, swimming, bowling, tumbling, softball, track, archery, and basketball. Besides posting an athletic program, G.A.A. also has a host of social activities each year. Among these are formal initiation potluck, freshman party, an after game dance, and the spring banquet. These activities give each of the girls the opportunity for responsibility. The ideas of G.A.A. are threefold in form-sportsmanship, loyalty, and health. GJ-LA. Otticers. First Row: Carol Blessing, Susan Bak- er, Sandra Menke. Second Row: Iudy Moris, Dortha Hill, Sherrill Bowman. Girl Athletes Participate in Varied Sports First Row: Pat Pence, Phylis Gordon, Iill Kinley. Iudy Moris, Susan Baker, Sherrill Bowman. Second Row: Betsy Thompson, Delores Smith, Iackie Lamprecht. Elsie Miller, Kay Notestine, Patty Bruck, Linda Leadbetter, lanice Eninger. Third Row: Sherry Moore. Mary Mannan, Iudy Smith, Karen Keller, Esther Breese, Carol Lauer, Marvel Gray, Elaine Rousseau. Carolyn Sho- walter. Page l54 Badminton provides a fast moving and exciting activity for the girls. Pingpong is one of the many games enioyed by the members of G.A.A. These girls are developing grace and poise by participating in modern dance rounnes. Page 155 , 404,45 .amps QM .WA Above: Dianne Lapp. Ioyce Wehrenberg, Peggy Wil- son, and Sue Borkensiein think that it's much easier to study for a test together than alone. Below: Here, at the information desk, Barb Fall and Barb Arnold help Dolores Brown and Roxann Kain. find their way. We Sought to Uphold Above: The cafeteria is an excellent place in which to exert good conduct. Left: A common sight seen every day in the hall is girls lsuch as Fay Deyl collecting the absent slips. With cokes and Snoozy fthe stuffed doql, Barb Modricker and Marilyn Cook seem to be enjoying their studies. Page l2 411 Keefer Printing Company 714 W. Washington, Fort Wayne, Indiana Anthony 1484 Serlfifzg For! WUKXIIIE and lfl1'l.fllIY wzllz Qllflllb' Prirzlzrrg for over 43 'years For Your Yearbook of DI.5lI.71CfI.0f7 FURI WAYNE ENGRAVINE CU. 120 W. Superior St., Fort Wayne, Indiana b S 'En- Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 CiD from your OFFICIAL CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER W 0 1 jefferson Stnudro I , "Artists Photoqraphersn if if I 110216 South Calhoun Anthony 4113 Portraits in the Modem Manner E. P 6 IND L "kr L'-A ' 4.lAiL'L.-.N 0 I- xg- 1: I-m---lu-itil! 'I'- ,VWL 1 -1 .. 1 mb v- nv- ,xg ',M,,.!u ' J .T.5'T"' H41 'I IQ 4' , 'lv' -.l. H? , I M r V . -ii , '. 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Here we see Tom Ball and Dave Myers looking anxiously on as Marcia Wible receives a call. . -W Iud Raver is showing his school spirit by destroying waste paper he iound in the hall. The Big Dome's corridors look neat as cm pin when students, such as Iud, are concerned with the appearance. gm- . ,Q Plant and animal lite are the subiects of study in BIOLOGY and BOTANY CLASSES. PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY also aids students in learning even more of the earth's secrets. A combination of theory and lab proves to make these courses very educating. We Attended Classes . The many experiments are carried on in the lab during a By aiding Redskins in preparing for careers in medicine. chemistry course. CHEMISTRY and PHYSICS CLASSES are engineering, and science, MATH COURSES provide valuable available for students interested in science. training for the future. l Page l4 Personality, dating, and marriage problems are discussed in FAMILY LIVING. In this course boys and girls learn to talk over their misunderstandings about manners, the oppo- site sex. and themselves. Courses in METAL, WOOD and MECHANICAL DRAWING ofier opportunities tor Redskin boys to prepare tor careers in engineering, or to become skilled in the use oi machinery and tools. CIVICS, ECONOMICS. HISTORY and SOCIOLOGY CLASSES open the eyes of the students to the everyday problems in modern lite. Also, knowledge of the past helps greatly in understanding the present. Here are pictured those lucky misses who are fortunate in being able to create all or part of the wardrobe. HOME EC COURSES at North oiier excellent training ior girls in ful- filling the requirements of being good homemakers. ! Q iw!!! Short stories, poetry, one act and full length plays are comprehensively studied in ENGLISH 7. Devices used in literature are illustrated by extensive study ot various authors and by student produced plays. . And Sometimes Hit the Books Members ot SPEECH and DRAMATIC CLASSES learn the Every student has at least one hour in STUDY HALL each basic principles of public appearance. Many students who week. For students who need reference material for term have stage tright find that it is overcome through a speech papers. or special reports, the LIBRARY is open daily. course. Page 16 The study at FOREIGN LANGUAGES aids not only in the understanding of other languages but also ot our OWU. ART CLASSES help the student to develop sell-expression through creation. The picturesque architecture and loca- tion ot North Side offer excellent subject matter tor Redskins. The BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ol North Side strives to give students a firm foundation in fundamentals ot busie ness practice by teaching streamlined oftice procedures. For those students interested in the organ, a special lesson is provided by the MUSIC DEPARTMENT. Practic- ing is done in the auditorium during free periods. Knowledge of the keyboard technique is becoming more and more necessary. Students iind that TYPING aids in doing not only neater work, but also u more eiticient iob. 5 , 2 . ,Y -W Q W as 3 I Many Redskins spend their noon hours at Iohnny's eating hamburgers. fries, and drinking cokes or iust having a gab fest. Page 18 We Started New Fads Slumberless slumber parties have been one of the most popular forms of entertainment for the gals of Domeland. Anita and Barbara Ward, Margie Silverman, and Iudy Bullerman are having great fun bombarding Carol Iohnson with pillows. Representing the ordinary Redskin boy in the spring at "Bermuda Time", Ed Reader and Wally Fosnight smile pretty for the camera. and Repeated Old Ones "What is shaped like a box, big as an ox, cmd flies?" Umm-mm-Bork! This riddle, among others kept Red- skin minds going this year. Elvis Presley, Pat Boone, and Patience and Prudence sang hit tunes, such as "Don't be Cruel", "Friendly Persuasion", and "To- night You Belong To Me". Harry Bellefonte intro- duced calypso music such as "Banana Boat Song". Popular movies were "War and Peace", "Okla- homa", "Teahouse of the August Moon", and "Giant". Slumber parties, open houses, and eating pizza, were only a few of the many pastimes of energetic Redskins. Bermuda shorts and knee high socks, topped the list of spring fashions, while car coats and Ivy League styles were voted high in the fall. We retained many old fads, but as in every year, we invented many more new ones. "Umm-m-m this pepperoni pizza." That is what these seniors seem to be saying as they enioy the treat at "Cardone's." Pat Beck. Bob Brosius, Linda Schreve, Ianice Staufter, Kenny Slattery. and Iohn Blocher are only a few who indulge in this pound-adding past time. llmnv uiiwnftmgmg gavssgmf We Relaxed, Thousands of admiring ad- jectives are often heard by salesmen at Hefner's Chev- rolet as Redskins invade the showroom. Critically exam- ining a convertible are Sue Milner, Iuanita Gard, Ianet Montgomery, Sharon Chai- fin. Richard Knapenburger, Dean Traster, and Barb Byall. Typifying all Redskins pre- paring for the Iunior or Sen- ior Prom are Bonnie Schen- her and Tim Arney. While she frantically tries to de- cide which iewelry to wear, Tim nervously awaits the answer of the door bell. Studied, Partied . . . Even Goofed Off tw' 4,-fl A few moments oi relaxation are enioyed by students during their lunch periods. Groups gather outside the doors to chat while waiting for the bell to ring. Miniature golf is one oi the sport favorites of students at the Dome. Rhea Kittinger. Ianet Loudermilk, and Ruth Demetroff look doubtfully as Tiger Gorrell tries for his hole in one tthou- sandl. Q Page 21 The finale of the show was a grand performance of the Charleston. This spectacular brought to an end one oi the greatest displays of talent that Redskins have ever seen. We Displayed Our Hidden Talents at Pre-performance iitters were experienced by all as Dressed as a dreamer, Iudy Rains sang they awaited their turn on the stage. a collection of romantic songs. X I 52,1 J R - N13 ff it it Page 22 cpu, J bb A . sa ,mt This year the teachers put on a tremendous "Who Dunnit?" skit. Not a word was spoken by the cast as they proceeded to solve the mystery. Varsity Varieties At one of the many rehearsals we caught Iudy Stackhouse, Larry Hallaert, and Carolyn Hawkins going through the number "Down Among the Shel- tering Pa1ms." Sue Lehman, Dan Fulkerson. Iohn Stout, Mike Iones, and Louie Levin did a very clever pantomime of Beatrice Kay and the Bowery Boys. 3 Pctqe 23 t l l The cast oi "Arsenic and Old Lace" included, from left to right: Rich Iohnson, lack Davison, Bob Brosius, Gary Fairbanks. Iudy Stackhouse, Ioe Iohnson. Carolyn Hawkins, Norm Fletter. Kara Parker, Iulia Mathews, Dick Mueller, Wally Fosnight, Iudy Rains, Linda Graet. Bob Burris, Pete DeVoodgt, and Bob Passwater. Abby Brewster, ., ,,,, Iudy Raines, Friday Iulia Mathews, Saturday The Rev. Dr. Harper ,,,, i to to cciic ,Bob Burris Teddy Brewster cc.cc.c to cccc ,Norman Fletter Ollicer Brophy, , H ,,,c ,..,,c B ob Brosius Officer Klein cc,c ccc, .,cccccccccccc,, . c B . cccc lack Davison Martha Brewstern. . .Kara lane Parker, Friday Linda Graef, Saturday Iudy Rains. as Abby Brewster. entertains trayed by Bob Burris. Norm Fletter, as looks complacently on. Abby and her sis strange hobby of poisoning old men. Rev. Harper, por- Teddy Roosevelt, ter Martha had a Elaine Harper ..,.,o,.,,c,.,,c Iudy Stackhouse, Friday Carolyn Hawkins, Saturday Mortimer Brewster cccccccc.c,,ccc .,.c...ccc..ww I oe Iohnson Mr. Gibbs ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,,.....,.. ...... P ete De Voodgt Ionathan Brewster ,,.,,,, ...,., R ichard Mueller Dr. Einstein ,,., ,,,,.,.,,... ......,, W a lly Fosnight Officer O'Hara ,.....,,..., ...,..,. R ichard Iohnson Lieutenant Rooney ......,, .Gary Fairbanks Mr. Witherspoon. ,,.,. . ,.,w. Bob Passwater Many properties were used in order to add atmosphere to the play. Working back stage at this task were Iudy Buller- man and Iudy Moss. Iudy is talking to Iulia Mathews. who portrayed Abby Brewster. Page 24 We Were Fascinated by "Arsenic and Old Lace" Dick Mueller and Wally Fosrxight try to decide how many bodies they have collected. Looking on are Iulia Mathews and Linda Graef, who at the present hold the record. lt took hours of practice to perfect the play. Here Bob Ioe Iohnson and Carolyn Hawkins look quite shocked as Brosius. Iulia Mathews, and Kara Parker read through the they learn from Iudy Rains and Kara Parker that Ioe is script. Mr. Purkhiser stands by to give pointers. not a Brewster. aaf t sf' N 5.-3,2 fre r Page 23 0 ' 2111-4 1 -, X, I - I ' 4 ' as .aj , . '14 I ' v " NH G Tx-Tlll 4 53s, 'Q ,sf bi. Q-me-we 11 N ..,.,.,-.. . .v-nw 3? N, PA XQQ. f .f :Xb M. . J. . . QQ, WWFAX xv Ms..-3,5 .-iw: 1, ima 4 W ' X' . , I -' w Y Z 25' X' X b'r3:3li35t2zfQ5lS:ibff5 'IT'-fix QN 1' A N,wg,g,Q X- , 55. ' -"- - ' 1 ' X b X54 'Sw x 2 QQ VLQYEXSX X x 5 iQ 35 X F A ' we N X w -s Q . .A -. - V - V -Qvkgcsb.. agg- .- - k if Ei W ' X . gi 5 .rigs A f A vw A , Q xfgx Y vb Q.. --fa " ...A ' ...uw-'M Vygifw K ,X D gal 'f A Q1 x U 5 - J Q 6 "Y x 1: i5,,g4?'xx ,2'f'S- 1" Q f Q: ,,J"" ,"' A . .U ij, M x 1' i' f ,M xlfmv 4 x ,Q , 5,34-...ff W - - 4. ,:...,x.M.3,' 7 .x -:.w'm::,l 'iff-Nflffl ' ff: xi K' f:.f iff-A if as ' W ,Q is A ww ...MQ iw. 'S 5 x wk 5x.iz237'jJ--V x R .X 5 R . W, MA M W 5 ggi.. Q mQ -vvl ,,,., . , , ' My ,- sig, I . X fffifiiwgs ' up 2 E4 ,Q ,M ' -24:52 A m as sm W . 3 311,11 C31 'tw-1 First How: Bob Passwater, Denny Oser. Ken Slattery. Louie Levin, Phil Ducat. Marsha Adams. Ianet Osborn, Iackie Novick. Phillip Lockwood, Linda Graet, Barbara Hickman, Margaret Doughty. Second Row: lim Kowalczyk. Ioe Iohnson, Del Proctor. Sanna Boxley, Dixie Durr, Iudy Moris Carol Blessing, Charlet Roth, Connie Brubaker, Margie Silverman, Bobbie Bash, Bob Pence. Third Row: Roy Butzier, lim Link Tom Koontz, Stuart McMahon, Rhea Kittenger. Sue Bligh. Larry Link, Ron Bowman. Don Cret- singer. Fourth Row: Larry Knop, Iohn Shoppell, Tom Tate, Iohn Shoatt. Tom Seifert, Ted Mortenson, Bob Richards, Rich Iohnson. Bob Burris, lack Quas, lim Miller. Behind many of the activities at North Side. is a group of students elected by their tellow classmates. This student governing body repre- sents the ideal of democratic education and is A tew ot the North Side students seem to be enioying the ice skating party sponsored by the Council on Get Ac- quainted Day. Competent Student Council responsible for the promotion oi cooperation among the tribe and its chiefs. The Council started its activities by electing Below: The Student Council officers are planning the activi- w ties for the year. From lett to right are Bob Passwater, Marsha Adams, Bob Pence, Phil Lockwood. Dave Rinne. and Phil Ducat. CIW V' ' W -.r . is w ..xi'gs,-5 :H W Q5 'Q Q Q , D ' if L P V 4 " was ER S, . 41" t , v A n .. , '-1 'i it .. i, 5 5' -f 5 1 First Row: David Lechleitner. Dianne Brandt. Ianet Loudermilk. Iudy Corner, Martha Miller. Ann Stellner. Carolyn Kelsey. Iudy Glock. Lucille Feichter. Susan Guillaume, Pat Pence, Larry Bramblett. Second Row: Mike Ormiston, Marcia Grant, Margo Roth. Paulann Hosler. Barb Marsh. Tom Cruse. Larry Biddlecome. Marilyn Zager, Dave Kocher. Keith Hanson. Duane Gordon. Third Row: Dan Randall Steve Horton, Phil Retchless, Dick Harry. Larry Dominy. Fourth Row: Bob Vannatta. Dick Graei, Dave Bash. Orley Holzworth, Mike Axson, lim Wright. Larry Stebing. Gary Tustison. Steven Berghofi, Chuck Winkler. Bill Cunningham. Advises Tribesmen Bob Pence as its president. Phil Ducat, Marsha Adams, Dave Rinne. Phil Lockwood, and Bob Passwater, who were vice president, secretary, treasurer, sergeant-crt-arms, and parlirnentar- ian, assisted him throughout the year. For one oi their ptoiects of the year, Student Council collected Christmas baskets for needy families. The Ch.ristmas crusade to aid needy families was the Counci1's biggest undertaking for the year. Get Acquainted Day and Courtesy Week were also among the many activities of this Council. Here we see a typical Council representive informing his home room oi the current Student Council activities. I X s 'Y V xx 4 -is . 1 ss N X 'lv is Q 3 A -1 ' 7 1- i a ' 3 1 'R l ar' ' nk - First Row: Penny Brown, Phylis Gordon. Carol York. Margie Chivington. Sandra Dillman, Sharon Flynn. Nancy Reighter. Second Row: Bill Phillips. Iudy Bullerman. Andrea Smart. Karen Knispel. Larry Stebing. Connie Brubaker. Third Row: Mr. Lewis. Gary Brubaker, Don Shelly. Barry Brunson. Iim Arens. Marsha Siebert, Mr. Whittern. Boosters Keep Business Booming The Boosters worked busily to satisfy the wants oi hungry fans who flocked to the con- session stands at our games. Throughout the year. these members shouldered the important iob of building school spirit and taking care of food sales at games. At Sectional time. the Boosters expanded their program by making and selling pompoms and badges. Receiving their just rewards from Mr. Whittern are Connie Brubaker. the only letter winner, and Phyliss Gordon, Margie Chivington. and Sharon Flynn. Standing are Gilbert Dove. Barry Brunson. Iim Arens, and Karen Knispel. all pin and guard winners. As a reward for work well done. pins. guards. and letters were awarded on a point basis. This year ten workers received such awards. Officers who assisted Noel Whittem, advisor, were Don Shelly. president: Barry Brunson. vice president: Margie Chivington. secretary: Ianice McMaken. point recorder: and lim Arens. pep session chairman. X 5 w ' A 'N N. i' I -X - 442 Distributing their Sectional wares to loyal Redskins are Phylis Gordon, Sharon Flynn, Bill Phillips, Margie Chiving- ton, and Iudy Bullerman. The toughest iob is selling cokes and keeping the change straight at the same time as these members are finding out. Posing for this snap are the officers for the year and their advisors. Seated are Ianice McMaken, Don Shelly, and Margie Chivington. Standing are Mr. Lewis. Barry Brunson, Iim Arens, and lVIr. Whittern. What is cr basketball game without popcorn? Shown help- ing to till that need is Don Shelly. Working hurriedly to finish the streamers in time for the sectionals are Iim Arens. Gary Brubaker. Gilbert Dove, Sharon Flynn. and Penny Brown. 2 1 I 1 I f r5f5R?"g 15 1 It K r V-v"gxQi'iiili',?5'g'l-4,i - ,-Wil 'r sun or smuftrs 3 H. J, comix Jn surf. or mms. L mens .1 Q .1 CHAS. R. WEATHERHUCC ncmrzcr A as coz: - ze f- 1 If .Q it Q svn 0 Q ' 'cw . - 1- 5 as 'F 1 y ,yn-st naman W. . First Row: Becky Harris. Sue Weil, Barbara Griffiths, Ioyce Wehrenberg, Diane Lapp, Sue Borkenstein, Sue Iones, Nancy Savieo. Diane Culbertson, Rita Whipple, Iudy Nichols. Nadine Mace. Second Row: Marty Thomas. Sandy Liniger, Pat Smith, Sue McNelly. Paulann Hosler, Barbee Moriarty. lane Glock, Ieanne Doughty. Gloria Didion, Barbara Barker, Nancy Cambridge, Ianet Mac Arthur. Third Row: Connie Andrews, Sharon Battershell, Iudy Emmerson, Iudy Harford, Becky Hauqht. Andrea Smart, Karen Knispel, Dianne Stevens. Marsha Seibert, Fourth Row: Karen Karger, Sally Pickering, Phyllis Parker, Esther Breese, Mary Hoth, Donelda Lone, Barb Pyal, Becky Bundy, Lenora Meyer, Filth Row: Madeline Beberstein, Ruth Demetrott, Marcia Grant, Ianice Eninger, Rosellen Messerschmidt, Ann Brewer, Sharon Dawkins, Sidney White. Carol Shaftner. Nancy Huff. Sixth How: Doris Miller, Linda Hazlewood. Barbara Marsh, Barbara Hines, Dianna Salisbury, Linda Lehman, April McCreary. Fay Cox, Donna Comer, Karen Hetrick. Seventh Row: Iohn Cooper, Pat Schely, Dianne Angel, Marie Derrow. Sherry Anderson, Diana Salisbury. Iudy Glock, Kay Russel. Kay Regedanz, Deanna Hockemeyer, Suc Lehman. Eighth Row: Stuart McMahan, Mr. Clark. Mrs. Nus- bcum. Mike Oser. Molly Dunigan, Phil Cantelon. Dan Fulkerson. Jr. Red Cross Serves School, Community Ir. Red Cross is an important service club to the community as well as a link between the school and the American Red Cross. This or- ganization promotes greater understanding among the nations of the world, and provides for the well-being of those unfortunate localities Otticers for the second semester were Dianne Culbertson. Treasurer: Marcia Wible, Secretary: and Phil Cantelon, Membership Chairman. Moriarity, Program Chairman. Otiicers for the iirst semester were: which are recovering from disaster. Aside from their Samaritan acts, the club sponsored a dance in February called "Cupid's Choice". The theme for the dance was centered around Valentines Day, and a king and queen were chosen to reign for the evening. Ioe Iohnson, President: Stu McMahan, Vice President: Absent were, Paulann Hosler, Social Chairman: and Barbee Ioe Iohnson. President: Stuart McMahan, Vice President: Paulann Hosler, Secretary: Diane Culbertson, Treasurer: Molly Dunigan, Social Chairman: Rita Whipple, Membership Chairman. .Milli ,Mmi ,t. 'If' s ,see First Row: Karen Kruse, Rita Whipple, Ruth Demetroft, Carol Blessing, Sandra Gehring, Mary Kiracote, Sharon Koehlinger. Barbara Arnold, Sandra Schlatter, Sharon Wagner. Second Row: Barbara Benner. Ann Brewer. Lenora Meyer, Carol Mumy, Rhea Kittenger, Marlene Bullard, Linda Graet, Iohn Blocher, Sharon Bramblett, Marsha Adams, Hoy Butzier, Molly Dunigan. Carolyn Ferry, Donelda Lane, Mr. Murray. Future Teachers Assist Faculty Accepting and backing new ideas is a sign ot continual improvement in a group, and thus F.T.A. has shown its growth this year. For, added to an already broad student teaching program was the project oi tutoring underclass- men. Mr. Clarence Murray and Mrs. Mcny Ann Chapman, advise the club and officers for the tall semester were Marsha Adams, president: Pouring over material stressing new educational methods are oliicers lor the spring semester. Nancy Cambridge, vice president, Kara Iane Parker, secretary, Linda Graei, presi- dent, and Ann Brewer. treasurer. 1 ltd' 4 ' , , I , in Sally Fleming, vice president: Sandra Schlatter. secretary: and Carolyn Ferry, treasurer. Demonstrating the student teaching tacet of F.T.A. is Molly Dunigan who took over a Freshman English class in the absence of Miss Thiele. ""'-f I I Q- K . 'UQ ,po V- ' xwf-Azxfi ' X , i' Q 4 R iz? ., -f ,..' gg' 'S .X Page 33 .QW Q g ' 4 Q91 First Row: Bonnie Briggs. Barbee Moriarity. Paulann Hosler. Harriet Ruchman. Cindy Blitz. Letty Bryce. Sue Lehman. Sue Borkenstein. Sue McNe1ly. Alice Rudensky, Dorothy Hill. Carol Blessing. Iudy Moris. Sharon Houser. Bobbi Bash. Deanna Hocke- meyer, Lynn Rosenbaum. Second Row: Sanna Boxley. Mary Beth Shaub. Dixie Durr. Barbara Modricker, Iudy Moss. Carol Iohn- son. Linda Graei. Lenora Meyer. Kara lane Parker. Linda Keller. Margie Silverman. Nancy Cambridge. Barbara Popp. Karen Ellenwood. Third How: Mary Prada. Lee McMillen, Becky Harris. Marilyn Cook Beverly Beck. Sarah Shideler. Marcia Wible. Ianet Loudermilk. Ieanette Sherbondy, Donelda Lane. Dianne Culbertson. Fourth Row: Phil Retchless. Roy Butzier. David Murrel, Maurice Cook. Tom Pence. Ioe Johnson. Phil Cantelon. Tom Koontz. Austin Brooks. Sue Rhodes. Fifth Row: Bob Passwater. Steve Eninger. Iohn Stout. Iohn Shoafi. Dave Rinne. Ed Feustal. Milton Bentley. Charles Engle. Dick Meuller. Helicon Members In Helicon. students have a chance to review books and magazines. and discuss phases ol literature that are not discussed in their regular English courses. This year's activities included Pictured are the officers of the lirst semester. From lelt to right: Tom Koontz. program chairman: Karen Ellenwood. secretary: Alice Rudensky. membership chairman: Margie Silverman. treasurer: Bobbi Bash, vice president: Iudy Moss. president. Enj oy Literary Study a potluck. the Christmas program at the Irene Byron Sanatorium. and the book fair. Following these events were the Lincoln-Washington Day assembly. the Spring Tea. and Senior Farewell. Sponsors of the club are Miss Huffman and Miss Greenwalt. Officers for the second semes- ter were Tom Koontz. president: Margie Silver- man. vice president: Lee McMillen, secretary: Linda Graef. treasurer: Ed Feustel. program chairman: Sue Lehman. social chairman: Bon- nie Briqqs. membership chairman: Deanna Hockemeyer. point recorder: Phil Cantelon. Iudy Moris. critics. Pictured is a scene from the Christmas play which was pre- sented by Helicon at the lnlirmary. The play was a presentation of the Nativity Scene. N.- Guiding Globetrotters through the Fall semester were Mr. Young and Miss Rothenberger, advisors: and Dave Car- penter, treasurer: Bobbi Bash, President: Margie Silverman. Secretary: Stuart McMahan, Social Chairman, and Austin Brooks, vice president. "A1l aboard for places unknown!" was the motto of this year's social science club. Through vivid programs, members were transported from the arid deserts of the Middle East to the wilds of the South American iungles. The Pan Amer- ican iungles. The Pan American Day Assembly acquainted the school with the traditions of our South and Central American neighbors. Youth Forum, and extension of Globetrotters, was formed this year to provide for interested members an opportunity to discuss current world and national affairs. Proiects included a Christmas party, the after- game dance, and a spring picnic. Officers for the spring term were: Margie Silverman, presi- dent: Sally Fleming, vice president: Barbara Mod- ricker, secretary: Bob Burris, treasurer: Carole Pontius, Social Chairman: and Stuart McMahan and Darvin Iohnson, Co-membership chairmen. as ...r 'SYIllf"CIll'lv?YlC'GllY f'ClIl1'IlI'Glll'lQ in the erfiyeltfiri ft mic I Iudy Moss and Bob Passwater, present to President Margie Silverman the prize won by Youth Forum, in the Man ol the Year contest sponsored by Time Magazine. Globe-Trotters Travel Vicariouslyif First Row: Mr. Young, Sally Fleming, Carole Pontius. Mariorie Silverman, Lynne Lecher, ludy Lehman, Barbara Cummins. Alice Rudensky, Bobbi Bash, Miss Rothenberger, Miss Bash. Second Row: Barb Ward, Molly Dunigan, Margaret Doughty, Barbee Moriarty, Cindy Blitz, Linda Keller, Maggie Thompson, Alice Baumgartner, Sharon Bramblett, Kara lane Parker, Linda Grael. Anita Ward. Barbara Modricker, Marcia Wihle, Diane Culbertson, Marcia Kogin, Paulann Hosler. Sarah Shideler. Third Row: Michael Fanger, Iim Link, Darvin Iohnson, Ion Studler, Tom McMahan, Iim Kowalczyk, Bob Burris, Stuart McMahan, Dave Car- penter, Austin Brooks, Phil Cantelon. Page 35 0 ' 2111-4 1 -, X, I - I ' 4 ' as .aj , . '14 I ' v " NH G Tx-Tlll 4 53s, 'Q ,sf First row: Carol Blessing, Linda Grael. Letty Bryce, Sarah Shideler, Deanna Hockemeyer, Sharon Pratt, Carolyn Duncan. Second row: Mr. Coil. advisor, Iohn Stout, Skip Haberly, Iohn Shoaff, Ly nn Rosenbaum. Sue Rhodes, Sue Lehman, Linda Olinqer. Senior Orators Inspire Junior Partners Claiming many honors for North Side in speech work this year were the members ot National Forensic League and Iunior Forensic League. N.F.L. is one of the few national honorary societies at North Side. Membership in this organization for debaters and public speakers requires the earning of at least twenty points in interschool and intraschoot contests. Officers for this year have been president, Sue Lehman: vice president, Iohn Shoarf: secre- tary, Sarah Shideler: co-social chairmen, Letty Bryce and Lynn Rosenbaum. They were ad- vised by Albert A. Coil. Right on the heels of North Side's honorary speech club was I.F.L. The president for the first semester was Lynn Rosenbaum. Aiding her in her work were Sue Weil, vice president: Sue McNel1y, secretary-treasurer: Sandy Lin- inger, social chairman: and Sharon Weeks, publicity chairman. The second semester of- ficers were Sarah Shideler, Marty Thomas, Dick Graef, Marsha Grant, and Sue Weil, respec- tively. First row: Roxanne Kain, Iaclcie Lamprecht, Barbara Hines, Marsha Grant, Lucy Fiechter, Phylis Gordon, Sue Weil, Lynn Rosen- baum. Sarah Shideler, Bev Beck, Natalie Lenz, Marty Thomas. Second row: Mr. Lee, advisor, Wally Williamson, Clark Smith, Tom Stoechley, Elaine Ferrel, Madelyn Beberstein, Sandy Lininger, Paul Wehrenberq, Dick Graef, Tom Popp. Auto Design. Standing behind one of the model cars. not yet complete are: Dave Behrens, lim Arens, Kenny Wall. Pat Fletch- er, Ierry Eulitt, Gene Altekruse, Steve Herman, Dick Beckman and Mr. Thompson. Braves Design Cars, Squaws Serve Library Mr. Thompson, advisor of the club, helps the boys to use their imagination as they design model cars. The boys are working for awards given by the Fisher Body Crai2sman's Guild. The first national award is a 55,000 scholarship. This year Pat Fletcher served as President: Dick Beckman, Vice-President: and Roland Adams, Secretary-Treasurer. In North Side's Library, Miss Shroyer is as- sisted each semester by twenty-two helpers. The workers are proud to keep up the iine standard ot efficiency that the Library has maintained throughout the years. Those help- ing in the spring were: Andrea Smart, Iudith Brown, Kay Notestine, Sandra Iacquay, Bar- bara Manning, Diane Brandt, Roxann Kain, Iudith McGuire. Library Assistants. First Row: Deanne Porter, Mary Ann Tegtmeyer. Ioyce Thomas, Peggy Adams, Elsa Mennewisch, Linda Fitzimmons, Gloria Brown, and Sharon Faulkner. ln the back row are: Mlss Shroyer, Barbara Carey. Marsha Seibert. Helen Davidson, Karen Krinsper, Carol Mumy, Avis Hearn. Barbara Baker. Carol Bell, Marla Grove, Becky Hauqht. and lane Glock. Page 37 Ol'licers ot I.C.L. First row: Sandy Webster. Sharon Weeks. Phil Cantelon, Forest Redding. Second Row: Barbara Hines, Tom White. These members ol I.C.L. are selling book covers to some other students. This proiect was originated by members last year, and has been exclusively theirs ever since. QQEP 1 Classicists Expand "Look at us now!" say the venerable members of the old Iunior Classic League. Not to be outdone by the Modern lan- guage Club. I.C.L. has also had a face-lifting. Formerly con- sisting oi Iuniors and Seniors taking advanced Latin, I.C.L. expanded this year to encompass all students enrolled in Latin Classes. This experiment will give an opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the old Roman culture. Leading the club during the tall semester were Iohn Shoaff. president: Phil Cantelon, vice president: Barbee Moriarty, secre- tary: Roy Butzier, treasurer: and Peg Wilson and Sharon Pratt. co-social chairman. Serving during the second semester were Phil Cantelon, Forrest Redding, Sharon Weeks, Sandy Webster, Mary Shaub, and Tom White respectively. In the capacity of advisors were Miss Lorraine Foster, Miss Iudith Bowen, and Mrs. Maiorie Spoolstra. First Row: Miss Spoolstra, Roy Butzier, Phil Cantelon, Iohn Shoatt, Barbee Moriarity, Sharon Pratt. Miss Bowen. Second Row: Susie Weil, Becky Bundy. Iudy Kiel. Linda Olinger, Kathy Kreiger. Karen Karger, lane Glock. Lynn Rosenbaum, Shirley Kochert, Sherrie Tarnow, Phyllis Parker, Connie Stoots, Pat Bullerman, Mary Huth, Mary Maloney. Third Row: Susan Lotz, Mary Heger- field. Sharon Weeks. Ieanette Sherbondy. Iudy Comer, Hilke Stoeckelmann. Mary Beth Schaub, Charles Feustel, Larry Fain, Dick Rinker, Iohn Cooper. Fourth Row: Roxann Kain, Diane Robinson. Sandy Webster, Marilyn Cook, Ellen Schoen. Barbara Carey, Sherrie Reasoner. Robert Kruse. Forest Redding, Terry Doren. Alan Poe. Tom White, Barbara Hines. Page 38 tl l First Row: Mrs. Griggs. Connie Butler. Iudy McCully. Patty Burns, Yvonne Lodge. Esther Lodge, Linda Ruch. Rosario Lodge. Rosellen Messerschimdt. Second Row: Steve Williams. Beverly Ann Beck, Lenora Meyers. Sandra Schamerloh. Sara Shideler, Ianet Loudermilk. Barbara Hendeles. Ioyce Thomas, Annie Filleul. Margo Roth, Marsha Felber. Ron Macy. Los Sodales and Parmi Nos Ami Combine to Crash Language Barrier The command of languages being the sign Iones. For the Spring were: Dianne Brandt. of CI Well-eClLlCGl9d pe1'SOl'1, lhe .BedSklI:1 l1'ZlbeS- Sieve Fqwley, Cqrglyn Kelsey, Sue 101-195, qnd men are Offered m'5mY Oppoflunmes lo 1mP1'0Ve Ieanne Doughty for president. vice-president. themselves in that field. This year through the merging of the French and Spanish clubs into the Modern Language Club, these opportunities have been greatly enlarged. Officers of French I for the were Steve FQ-Wiley, Barbara Thofnas lOl' the Und Ianet L0ude1'I'n1lk1 Ward, Anita Ward, Ieanne Doughty. and Sue Patty Burns, Marshia Felbert and Iudy Glock. secretary, treasurer. and social chairman re- spectively. Serving Spanish Club were: Ron Macy, Annie Filleul, Sara Shideler, and Ioyce First Row: Margaret Doughty. Sue Jones. Ieanne Doughty, Pat Fleenor. Dianne Brandt. Sherry Ehlert. Anita Ward. Barbara Modricker. Miss Plummans. Second Row: Steve Newhard. Ron Madden, Barbara Ward. Sarah Dixon. Carolyn Kelsey, Steve Fawley. Linda Armstrong, Deloras Smith. Sally Henry. Stephan Gray. Steve Heller -. ,113 t H 'H' L "V"iQJEff8i1 . l li I IQ I .lli I-5- First Row: Bob Burris. Stuart Rahar. Denny Oser, Dan Cunningham, Dave Rinne. Second Row: Mr. Mallott. Steve Williams, Tom Pence. Tom McMahon, Iohn Cooper, Walt Nickerson, Tony Hafner, Paul Weherenberg, D. G, Boirab. Third Row: Dick Pence, Ierry Palm, Tom Gollmer, Doug Glock, Steve Hand, Phil Cantelon, Stuart McMohan. Hi-Y Braves Stress Character Led by such outstanding Redskins as Dennis Oser, president: Dan Cunningham, vice presi- dent: Stuart Raher, secretary: Bob Burris, treas- urer: Bill Trulock, program chairman: and Tony Hafner, seargeant-at-arms Hi-Y has striven to uphold the ideals and purposes for which it was established. Through programs empha- sizing the development of Christian character, Looking their best for the cameraman are the ofticers for the year. Seated are Bob Burris. Dcm Cunningham, Denny Oser, and Stuart Rahar. Standing are Dave Rinne, and Tony Hafner. ' ' , . W-- JC-' Ns. Page 40 the members become better able to assume a responsible role in their communities. "Cut Rate Capers II" was the theme of the annual dance sponsored by Hi-Y. This dance, now becoming a tradition, features an adrnis- sion price of 99c lproviding one has correct change.J Most of the money raised through the dance and other proiects goes to the World Service Fund sponsored by the YMCA. Several members are shown exerting a little elbow grease on Miss Gross's car as an ad for their car wash. ,. - .. , , - . 4 , ,, . ' 2 ary? g - In V x ',. rl-1-v.-...xv g h L X, If . .. , , . - east- W. J -1, ,iw ' I my. . A . X -:za-,3..,:r,:,-1 F . V- :I .nigh-:. I E , Y ' i' . 'fp' S, X. First Row: Ianet Osborn, Ruth Ann Oliver, Sherrie Tarnow, Second Row: Miss Foster, Diane Sheele. Sue Maxwell, Iudy Rice. Kay Regedanz, Daisy Ann Gore. Sondra Laughlin. Rosellen Messerschmidt, Kay Russel, Stephana Houk. Iudy Brown, Carol La Hurreau. Susan Lanterberg. Miss Bell. Third Row: Marsha Feller, Sue Harrison, Brenda Steward, Barbara Hines, Mary Hagerteld, Iacqueline Lamprecht, Iudy McGuire, Roxann Kain. Carol Blessing. Delores Smith, Nancy Starkel, Susan Baker. Imogene Ricketts, Karen Racine. Carole Horn, Doris Miller. Marlene Fisher, Patty Burns. Fourth Row: Iean Lambert, Nancy Parker, Barbara Sampson, Becky Wright, Marcia Grant, Ellen Schoen, Sally Eulitt, Kathy Foellinger. Sally Henry, Susan High, Pauline Osborn, Deanna Porter, Beverly Gick. Mary Huth, Ianice Eninger, Marla Kern. Polar-Y Girls Busy Themselves with Projects There is never a dull moment in the life of a Polar Y member, tor between meetings there are numerous activ- ities to stimulate an interest in civic life and in Christian living. Y-Teen conferences, both local and national, were held each season of the year: North Side was well repre- sented at each. To finance those delegates, Tournament Twirl, the annual Sectional dance, and potato chip sale were undertaken by the club. Climaxing the year's activ- V ities were the annual banquet, the Faculty Tea, and the . . Mother and Daughter Senior Farewell. Working under the direction of Miss Lorraine Foster and Miss Mariorie Bell were these officers for the fall semes- ter: Ianet Osborn, president: Ruth Oliver. vice president: and Sherrie Tarnow, secretary-treasurer. Serving the second semester were Ruth Oliver, Stephany Houck, and Kay Regedanz, respectively. Reaping in some of the prolits from Sandy Smith and Sherrie Anderson in their potato chip sale are Stephanie Houck and Sally Eulitt. Seated are the active officers for the fall semester: Sherrie Tarnow, Ianet Osborn. and Ruth Ann Oliver. Page 41 O 00 Checking a target are: Ray Davis, David Foster. Mr. Ivy. Bob Rodger. and Rex Cecil. Taking aim are: George Goeglein. Kenny Wall. lim Barnard. Don Steffen, and Les Barnard. North Side Boys have the wonderful advantage of having a safe place to shoot as well as a qualified instructor. Mr. Ivy gives the boys the chance to aim at targets instead of birds. The boys are taught the correct procedures for holding. iiring. and caring for a rifle. Sportsmanship and fel- lowship are encouraged. The members all belong to the National Rifle Associa- tion. Officers this year were George Goeg- lein. Don Steffen, Mike Spillson, and Larry Gilpin. North Side Marksmen Take Aim First Row: Dick Leurs, Danny Schakan, Victor Scheele, Wayne Williams. Second Row: Ralph Davis, Bob Gahman. Clark Derbyshire. Less Barnard. Ross Iones. David Foster, Ioe Crozier. Third Row: Rex Cecil. Karl Plister, Brad Bendure. Don Steflen. Kenny Wall. Ierry Briggs. Fourth Row: Robert Rodgers, Steve Moser. Paul Haudenschild. Mike Suciu. Mr. Ivy. Dick Bonnell. Larry Gilpin. ivy v 4 J ' s- 1 O ,, 9, I lf, First Row: Ianice Worline. Linda Deardorfl, Iudy Smith, Kathryn Heath, Diana Hungerford, Sherry Moore, Lucille Feichter, Sherrill Bowman, Marvel Gray. Pat Deahl. Second Row: Hilke Stockelmann. Conna Dehnert, Iill Kinley, Vicky Poflenbarger, Elaine Rousseau, Iudy Shelley. Karen Keller. Karen Hillie. Pat Krall. Sue Craig, Linda Hill. Sue Kitzmiller. Position! Aim! Fire! These girls are learning to be good marks- men under the expert direction of Mr. Ivy. Mr. Ivy teaches the girls safety measures and safe handling of the rifles. The girls also learn bet- ter sportsmanship. Last but not least the girls learn to become sharp on the trigger and good Mr. lvy helps the girls to practice to take aim. The girls are Keana Hungerford, Lucille Feichter. and Linda Ruch. ! ll 0 l :.-s,- x f"f , ?.,.,.-egg I me-if -A"M-w--.v ,. marksmen. They work lor awards given by the National Rifle Association. One of the laws of the Code of Iunior Rillemen they learned was "I will play it safe at any time when I am in doubt of the proper action with a gun." Mr. lvy explains the parts of a rifle to Iill Kinley, Kaye Kagey, Ruth Coolrnan, and Gene Newman. 1 1 First Row: Deanna Hockemeyer, Carole Pontius, Lynne Lecher, Lee McMillen. Iudy Moss. Second Row: Ginny Poe, Betty McGregor, Carolyn Ferry. Iackie Novick, Marlene Lecher, Harriet Ruchman, Cindy Blitz, Donelda Lane, Susan Baker. Third Row: Ianice Eninger. Lenora Meyers, Marlene Bullard, Ted Mortenson, Bob O'Brien. Bob Burris. Doug Glock. Tom Pence, Steve Williams, Dick Pence, Dortha Hill. Linda Leadbetter. Fourth Row: Ronald Kreischer, Iohn Shoalt, Iohn Stout. Denny Oser. Rex Belden, Rich Iohnson, Steve Gresley, Iohn Wiersch. Tom Koontz, Ioe Iohnson. Steve Eninger, Michael Iones, Raymond An- derson, Iim Link. Phy Chem Arouses Interest of Scientists A loud explosion and a spine chilling scream mean that North's youthful scientists are learning their lessons from their capable teachers. On the third Thursday ol every month students ot physics and chemistry, may be seen creating concoctions in room 233. Assisting them in their smogs and smells are Harold Thomas and Sherman Pressler. The purpose ot this club is to stimulate a greater interest in physics and chemistry, and to give students an opportunity to express their interests, and to work with others who have the same aspir- ations. Activities for the year included: the Christmas party, dance, and pep session. Officers for the iirst semester were president, Rich Iohnson: Vice president, Denny Oser: Secretary, Bob Burris: I 3 Treasurer, Ted Mortenson: Social Chairman, Iim ' Lewis. Planning the second semesters activities are President, Bob Burris: Social chairman, Bob O'Brien: Secretary, Karen Ellen- wood: Treasurer. Virginia Poe: and Vice President. Anita Ward. ,QW Seemingly enjoying the annual Christmas party are a few ot the Phy Chem members and their advisors. i l I X 5 Page 44 t Ii ' Q M .-E',,1i. Nature Club, sponsored by Miss Vesta Thompson and Mr. Clifford Ott, enables its members to gain a - better knowledge of the out-of-doors and wild life. gg , Q , 9 , .. On the agenda during the warm months are hikes V 55 l and trips. When the weather does not permit such 3 Z4 , outside activity, members view films, examine col- 3 y 3 Q1 E' lections, and work on their own proiects. P3 ' 5 3 This year several members entered exhibits in the T A 4 y A i i ' m Science Fair in April and received honors in their -1 Tx ' ' .- ' , fields. J j X I, ' Officers for the complete year were Peg Wilson, , A A r president: Phil Lockwood, vice-president: and Carol H M Blessing, secretary. ,- 4 K if 4 , ' X r --P is Q-5+ 4 Nature's Secrets Revealed From the looks on their laces. Nature Club officers enioy plan- ning the activities lor the year. From lelt to right Peg Wilson, Phil Lockwood. Carol Blessing. The Nature Club members proudly display the proiects which they worked hard in making. First Row: Iucly Smith, Iim Saxton, Linda Deardortt. Carol Blessing. Peg Wilson. Glory Houck, Stanley Meyer. Second Row: Vernon Robinson. Ir., Sandy Read, Mike Holler. 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Q1 Vim" S "' 'S' wi QQWL S ffWfa,w,ffd' 553- ' .K N ig- ' -f fl' f' f' www fWw'w'u ' ii 'vw il' ,f I3 .N R E ' 'I H U V S fig H 1 H u J H Presented by the Senior Class oi 1957 North Side High Sch 1 Fort Wayne, Indiana lm First Row: Dick Graei. Martha Miller, Diane Behrens. Sue Milner. Sue Baker, Sharon Bramblett. Iudy Stackhouse. Second Row: Ted Mortenson, Denny Anglin, Sandra Schlatter, Charles Engle. Ianice Eninger, Rosellen Messerschmidt, Barbara Carey, Iim Blackburn, Ianet Loudermilk, Marilyn Cook. Third Row: Ieanette Sherbondy. Sherry Mayhew. Tom Hayhurst, Kay Notestine. Dale Zumbaugh. Don Pierce, Barbara Popp, Larry May. Steve Henry, Kenneth Parker, Phil Schuman, lim Link. Bill Cunningham. Roy Butzier. Bob Vannatta, Bill Carey. Fourth Row: Esther Breese, Doris Miller, Marcia Grant. Sue Rhodes. Linda Leadbetter, Marcia Wible. Alan Leimer. Rosemary Iackson, Ierry Swiniord, Gary Moore. Leo Snell, Anita Ward. Larry Kruchten, Charles Winkler, Larry Burger, Lowell Oesch. Ierry Stodden. Tom Tate. Filth Row: Maurice Cook. Mr. Hatt, Bob Bozer, Marshall De Moulin, Sandra Iacquay, Larry Biddlecome. Band Proves Worthy of Honors Under the direction of William C. Hatt, the North Side Band has come to be an organiza- tion that fills each student's heart with pride and ioy. This year the band has been busy playing and performing on the gridiron. march- ing in civic parades, providing music for the basketball games, and giving concerts. Aside from these activities, the band competed in At noon on the lootball lield, North's band is making forma- tions oi Mother Goose Rhymes tor one ol their contests. many contests, always arriving on top with highest honors. However, not all is work for the Redskin band members, for at the closing of this school year, on April 15, the members enioyed their annual band trip. This year the members traveled to Grflith and Gary. Resting between songs, the band members are intently watching one of North's basketball games. Vr- I-at S "Practice makes perfect," so it has been said. Here we see North's orchestra practicing tor a concert. Mr. Hatt, director of the orchestra and band, gives some instructions to one oi the members ot orchestra. Listening intently is Rhea Kittinqer. Orchestra Provides Music For Enjoyment From Leroy Anderson to Beethoven, the Red- skin orchestra has attained for itself many well deserved honors. Aside from receiving these honors for itself, the orchestra has provided enjoyment for not only the student body but the entire community. This year, under the capable direction of Mr. William C. Hatt, the group performed iine musical selections at concerts and student as- semblies. The Redsl-:in orchestra has also prticipated in many contests, always receiving well deserved rewards. For the talented Redskin instrumentalists, this has been a most promising year. By increasing its membership and its repertoire, this line musical organization will continue to provide further enioyment for the student body and the community. First How: Pete DeVoodqt, Maurice Cook. Iudy Comer, Lenora Meyer, Second How: Rhea Kittenger, Ierry Hoiiman. Phyllis Parker, Roberta Guingrich, Dick Graei, Martha Miller, Marilyn Cook, Sandra Schlatter, Denny Anglin, Ted Mortenson, Ianet Loudermilk, Third Row: Donelda Lane, Susan Harwood, Eugene Roop, Clark Smith, Esther Lodge, Carol Sievert Barbara Carey, Kenneth Parker, Phil Schuman, Leo Snell. Ioan Rhodes, Bill Cunningham, Peggy Wilson. Fourth Row: Mr. Hatt, Barbara Modricker. w Hina. . W E .- .Q , - Y , . ,. 4- .4 ' , HF FQ' if Fi fi " - an f - 'X Q ii: ii 2 N - if , .j 1' - ., Q. l .9 A ' " f ,, 4 ,1 Q A, - av X v ,. V 5 t . a s f , . 4 - o ' ,, y 1 .. W fb V V V 1 1 g i is -Q A f 8 ' 3 Z' 4 ' , -gy Q elf -' , Q ti? .Q 'A ... f' I V ' i A X '1 f .. 3 . "' 'X I " X ' Nj A ., . , , ,, L t , R 6 ,, E :K E Q E- , s 5 ,E l a lf s , 5 y f - i ' l fl t ' 1 l f ' ' t ' . 5 tif 3 Q , , s ' 4 K g , . Y . ' , t p , , ,, , it ,mt , , ,. ,A ,C 3? . , Q t 0 . ity, , . -A. 13? ' 'X , -. K Q, -13 , eiww 'Qi' Wil,-i'q. 'w lff vrisif A ' 1' sfg . ,X wh, ' 7 '- 1 'L" 'A A Cappella: First Row: Dianne Lapp, Barbara Griffeth, Ann Brewer, Virginia Lebsack, Sue Milligan, Ruth Tennell, Iudy Rains, Nancy Cambridge, Linda Keller, Barbee Moriarty, Iudy Maris, Diane Culbertson, Mona Zirkle, Iudy Lehman, Bonnie Briggs. Sue Borkenstein, Miss Rich. Second Row: Barbara Modricker. Lynn Rosenbaum, Janice Stauffer, Sue Koehlinger, Carol Blessing, Carole Pontius, Pat Beck. Brenda Steward, Iulia Mathews, Paulann Hosler, Linda Graef, Carol Peters, Marlene Lecher, Lynn Lecher. Third Row: Ianet Osborn, Iustine Koch. Iudy Iohnson, Dick Schuerenberg, Steve Hofer, Dick Faulkner. Bob Borton, Iim Link, Dave Meyers, Bill Maloly, Bob Holocher, Sue Lehman, Sharon Pratt, Deanna Hoclcemeyer. Fourth Row: Stuart Rahrer, Larry Calvin, Dave Rinne, Ierry Leeth, lim Miller, Dan Cunningham, Dan Fulkerson, Niel Byrt, Phil Cantelon, Rex Beldon, D. G. Boirah, Tom Ball, Phil Ross. Lowell Eliot. Larry Chrislieb, Ron Gehring. Entire Tribe Takes Pride in Choirs Suffering through the inevitable initiation given each year by returning Choir members are these first year martyrs. if 1 Page 48 Under the direction oi Miss Ieanette Rich, this yea:r's A Cappella Choir was kept extremely busy with recordings, various seasonal concerts, and the Choir trip. Although extensive rehearsal time is re- quired, the results are well worth the time. For the first time the Choir elected otticers to manage the group more efficiently. Those chosen were Iim Miller, president: Dave Rinne, vice president: and Mona Zirkle, secretary. A highlight of the Christmas banquet was the presenting of this gift to Miss Rich in apprecia- tion for her tireless efforts throughout the year. 3 Accepting an important concert engagement is Miss Ieanette Rich. the director of the A Cappella Choir and the various choirs and chorus classes. Here we see Varsity Choir demonstrating concert formation. A 1 rip x O Future choir members gain ex- perience through participation in the Varsity and Girls' Choirs. These two vocal groups combined their talents with the A Cappella for several concerts throughout the year. Training Choirs Train A Cappella Hopefuls Practicing ior all they are worth in hopes oi being chosen for next year's A Cappella Choir Girls' Choir lines up prettily for the camera. are these chorus class members. '35 QQMrr3tP.5fl1 Page 49 Chansonettes: Nancy Cambridge, Ruth Tennell, Iudy Rains, Deanna Hockemeyer. Mona Zirkle, Sue Lehman, Ianet Osborn. Barb Modricker, and Barbee Moriarity. Versatility, Vivacity Characterize Ensembles Adding color to North Side's music depart- ment are the Chansonettes and the Triple Trio. These groups, composed ot nine outstanding singers each chosen from A Cappella members, devote one period a day, in addition to the Choir period, toward perfecting their routines. Outiitted in natty new costumes, the two en- sembles perlormed with unusual vigor. Ob- taining tirsts in the state contest evidenced the Triple Trio: Dave Rinne, Neil Byrt, Dan Cunningham, D. I. Bojrab, lim Miller. i .1 , -A QF W wt , ga, ":. if... iii? .QQ 2 .f . . , . M ff 4. - . M ' " .MW f 'Y 5, ,,,, .6 P 4 t 'fir m .- talent ot both groups and proved that eflorts bring forth high rewards. Both groups made many appearances at social gatherings and school activities as well as appearing on several radio and television shows. Adding style to the arrangements for the two groups were Barbara Modricker and Dave Mur- rel, accompanists of the Chansonettes and Triple Trio respectively. Bill Maloley, Phil Ross, Dave Myers, Phil Cantelon, and l it . P , V! QI :Ci 3 l v K 1 l 9 Xxx h l l . l. l K - fp , .uf ,-. M- l 7: :EF ' Q First row: Emory Brian, Mike Moore. Larry Moses, Vernon Harp, Ioan Parsons. Dick Graei. Second Row: Whitney Sidner, Ted Kruger, Pat Deahl, Tom Knupp, Pam Barnum. lill Kinley, Torn York, Bill Cunningham, Clark Derbyshire, Vernelle Gehron, Ioan Rhodes, Bob Vannatta. Third row: Patty Burns, Iim Saxton. Bruce Baade, Dick Vooght. Steve Lopshire, Karl Pfister, Iohn Metz, Clard Smith, Linda Ruch. Tom Mullin, Bruce Worster, Tcm Stoeckley, Iulie Hippenstelle, Iim Anspoch, Mark Walling. Iohn Esser. Ron Wersky, Dan Randall, Larry Bramblett, Dave Clark. Forth row: Mr. Halt, Roger Parkerson. Bob Cambridge, Sandra Laughlin, Bill Schlem. Dean Ball. Varsity Band and Twirlers Perform for Redskins Varsity Band, led by Mr. Hatt, consists oi freshmen and beginning students in music who are training for North's concert band. The pri- mary function oi this organization is to give the members experience in ensemble playing. This year the members have participated in several concerts, and performed with the con- cert band at football games. The twirlers, under the direction of Mr. Hatt, is one of the busiest and most colorful organiza- tions ot North Side. Cynthia Orcutt was head twirler for the 1957 sports year. By performing at each home game they do much to keep alive school spirit. Posing their prettiest are: Sandra Smith, Cynthia Orcutt, Sherry Anderson, Iudy Kurtz, Sharon Robetelly, and Connie Baker. In the bottom row is Nancy Martin. Bunny Olds, Myra Rehklau, Sue Walter, and Ianielle Merrill. 4.5.-:mai First Row: Cal Kehr. Iim Nahrwold, Dan Spitzberq. Iohn Cooper, Iim Sherron, Steve Williams. Denny Oser, Steve Bade, Iohn Rhoades. Second Row: Dave Murrell, Larry Hallart, Tom McMahan. Ron Easley, Steve Gresley, Robert O'Brien, Tom Pence. Ierry Hickman, Iohn Iohnson. New Key Club Meets at Noon lnamnuch asrnany boys have aherschool activities, Mr. Bickel, the sponsor of the newly- formed Key Club, set the meeting time for noon. This type of organization was formed to ac- quaint boys with other clubs like Rotary, Lions, and Optimist. Officers for the year were: Ron Easley, President: Steve Gresley, vice-presi- dent: and lim Nahrwold, Secretary-treasurer. Ron Easley, Key Club President: Steve Gresley, vice presis dent: and Iim Nahrwold, secretary-treasurer: listen as the advisor, Mr. Bickle. further explains the purpose of the club, Members of North's Key Club entertain Kiwanis at a lunch- eon meetinq in the club room. Page 52 Camera Club Edu North Siders interested in any phase of pho- tography are eligible to ioin Camera Club. This organization provides an excellent opportunity to develop a very enioyable hobby. Occasionally members take iield trips to view the latest techniques in taking and developing pictures. North Side possesses excellent photog- raphy equipment for use of members. Officers for the year were Mike Fanger, presi- dent: Becky Coolmcm, vice-president: and Larry Christlieb, secretary-treasurer. Members oi Camera Club examine a strip ol film. These members are learning to print pictures as Mr. Henderson looks on with a watchful eye. Watching Mike Iones inspect a print are: Ken Luttenbacker. Ed Brewster. Paul Hellwig, Mr. Lee, Sherrie Moore, Mr. Hender- son, Karen Weeks, Ioan Rhodes, and Glenda Collier. Reviewing the techniques ol printing pictures are the officers of camera club. Cates Shutter - bugs 'S b , Students Pursue Interests: National Thespians, under the direction ot Mr. Iames Purkhiser. is an honorary educa- tional club created tor the purpose of the advancement of dramatic arts in secondary school. Another goal of this organization is to create a more active interest in dramatics among both students and faculty. Membership in this club is awarded to stu- dents who have gained special recognition tor achievements in the dramatic arts pro- gram. It is considered an honor by both faculty and students. Page 54 First Row: Iim Link, Maurice Cook. Charles Engle. Kenny Parker. Second Row: Donelda Lane. Sandy Gehrinq. Iudy Stackhouse. Sandra Schlatter. Barbara Modricker. Third Row: Sue Baker. Margaret Doughty. Anita Ward, Rhea Kittinqer. Sharon Bramblett, Barbara Popp. Alice Baum- gartner, Sue Milner, Ianis Eninger. Fourth Row: Roy Butz- ier. Ierry Swinlord. Max Bell. Lowell Oesch. Ted Mor- tenson, Tom Tate. Phil Schuman. Oiticers: Alice Baumqartner, Vice president: Iim Link, Parliamentarian: Sandra Schlatter. Treasurer: Sharon Bram- blett. Secretary: and Ted Mortenson, President. North Side Instrumentalists is the backbone of the instrumental music department. The club performs many services such as putting on the annual department Christmas party. Member- ship in N.S.I. is invitational, pledges being se- lected by the members at the beginning of each semester. These pledges are known as "Spikes". Music, Drama First Row: Delmar Proctor. Ir.. Iudy Stackhouse, Bob Zager. Second Row: Iulie Mathews. Dave Rinne, Barbara Popp. Dixie Durr. Deanna Hockemeyer and Susie Lehman were absent when the picture was taken. 1 I , . Honorary J ournalistic Clubs Provide Goals The first goal to be crttained by a student ioumalist is membership in 1500 Club. Any Northemer staff member is eligible to ioin after earning fifteen hun- dred points. Additional awards for achievement in writing, editing, or busi- ness management are the bronze pin. the silver pin, the gold pin, the gold- ieweled pin, and the school letter. The supreme goal for staff members is Quill and Scroll, a national honorary organization for upperclassmen in this field. Selections are made from iournal- ists in the top one-third of their class by the national executive secretary oi Quill and Scroll. Nominations are made ac- cording to the recommendation of North's advisor, Miss Norma Thiele and samples of the applicant's work. This year six seniors and one iunior were presented the coveted award at the an- nual publication banquet in Ianuary. Top Quill 6 Scroll. First Row: Judy Bullerman, Alice Rudensky, Margie Silverman. Second Row: Tom Koontz, Carol Iohnson, Bobbi Bash. Bob Passwater. Center: Three members of the club busily check to see how many points they have accumulated. Bottom: 1500 Club. First Row: Letty Bryce, Sanna Boxley. Dixie Durr, Alice Rudensky. Second Row: Linda Keller, Rita Whipple, Margie Silverman, Dick Harry, Gary Tustison. ,si , Page 55 Counw PU gigihnwebster Street bticwiflg . Reverent and Respectiul Eager For Education Dependable in Face of Duty Self Reliant Kind and Courteous Impm-tial in Iudgment Neat in Appearance Sincere in Q Every Endeavor First Row: Sherrie Moore, Annie Filleul, Sherrie Reasoner, Ellen Schoen, Iudy Comer, Letty Bryce, Harriet Ruchman, Bobbi Bash, Lynn Rosenbaum, Harriet Meek. Second Row: Linda Keller, Phyllis Hart, Alice Rudensky, Dianne Brandt, Mariorie Sil- verman, Sanna Boxley, Karen Kruse, Barbee Moriarty, Paulann Hosler, Dixie Durr. Third Row: Tom Koontz. Hon Macy, Dave Murrell, Gary Tustison, Iohn Bouillet, Iohn Cooper, Paul Wehrenberq. Our school can be proud of the top quality newspaper we receive each week. The staff members ol the Northerner have been rewarded for their hard efiorts by receiving citations from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and the National Scholastic Press Association. A iriend to all, as well as a qualified instructor is Miss Norma Thiele who is Faculty Advisor for the Northemer. V, M, -q,5,:...:mhs North Side Journalists Publish For the first semester Margie Silverman served as Editor-in-Chief: Bobbi Bash, Assistant Editor: Letty Bryce, Managing Editor: Linda Keller, Copy Editor: and Alice Rudensky, News Editor. Division Editors were: Paulann Hosler, Frank Geist, Rita Whipple, Dixie Durr. For the second The Northerner had two very capable editors this year who were always tull of good ideas. As Margie Silverman and Bobbi Bash look at the Northerner, they come up with another "Bright" idea. in Tom Koontz explains a problem to Dave Behrens, Paulann iiosler, Iohn Bouillet, Paul Wehrenberg, Dick Harry and Dive Murrell. Q tix i, G 5 Looking over the shoulder oi Margie Silverman is Dean Traster, Letty Bryce, Linda Keller, Anne Filleul, and Alice Rudensl-cy. Top Ranking Weekly School Paper semester, Bobbi Bash served as Editor-in-Chief: Linda Keller, Managing Editor: Alice Rudensky, Contributing Editor: and Dave Murrell, News Editor. Division Editors were: Sanna Boxley, Tom Koontz, Rita Whipple, Sherrie Reasoner. Seated at the typewriter are Rita Whipple and Dixie Durr. Looking on are Harriet Ruchman, Harriet Meek and Barbee Moriarity. This group of Northerner Stafi members listen to instruction from Miss Thiele. Page 57 Legend Staff Plans Great Yearbook Plans for this year's yearbook began last summer when editor-in-chief, Bob Passwater, and assistant editor, Carol Iohnson, attended a high school iournalism clinic at I.U. lt was here that they originated the theme "Through- out the Year". Following this, with the assis- tance of the advisor, Miss Norma Thiele, they chose the members of both the maior and minor staffs. Since that time, hours of hard work and many headaches have produced what the staff hopes to be, the greatest yearbook ever. As a money making project, the staff spon- sored a dance in November, entitled "Gobble Hobble". The decorations dealt entirely with Thanksgiving. Now after months of preparation the staff proudly presents to you the Legend of 1957. Discussing the pictures to be used in the Legend are Bob Passwater. editor-in-chief, and Carol Iohnson. assistant editor. ,gr 7 i X A :-,, ,: 1: Opposite page, Upper Left: Classes Section-Editor. Kara lane Parker: sophomore editor, Carole Pontius: iunior editor, Anita Ward: and freshman editor, Ginny Poe. Upper Right: Copy editor, Linda Graet: and Typist. Barbara Modricker. Center Left: Activities Section-Pat Beck: Iudy Moss: Editor, Karen Ellenwood: and Barbara Ward. . Center Right: Sports Section- Curt Drew. Legent Photog- rapher: Ed Evans: Iim Lewis: Austin Brooks, Sports Editor: and Maggie Thompson. Lower Right: Faculty Section--Assistant editor. Sharon Koehlinger: Editor. Betty McGregor. Lower Left: Underclass staff members-Ioyce Wehrenberg, Stu McMal-nan, Diane Lapp, Letty Bryce, Harriet Ruchman, Iackie Kommer. Absent were Iudi Haber, and Iudy Homey- er. 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The society is made up of fifteen per cent of the students from the senior class, and those chosen must be in the scholastic upper one- third of their class. Forty-four seniors attained the honor of mem- bership this year. They are: tFirst Row? Iohn Blocher, Austin Brooks, Richard Iohnson, Peter Lundell, Robert Pence, Donald Stager, Theodore Mortenson, Ion Studler, Mark Meyer, Richard Mueller, Robert Musselman, Thomas Koontz, and David Henry: lSecond Rowl Kay Oliver, Iaqueline Novick, Kara lane Parker, Betty Mc- Gregor, Athalie McMillen, Virginia Poe, Bar- bara Modricker, Mariorie Silverman, Iudith Moss, Carolyn Pfaff, Margaret Wight: fStand- ingl Iudith Dixon, Roberta Bash, Iudith Buller- man, David Carpenter, Peter DeVoogdt, Marsha Adams, Robert Burris, Milton Bently, David Fisher, Sally Fleming, Charles Engle, Edward Evans, Franklin Geist, Linda Graef, Avis Hearn, Glory Houck, Ioseph Iohnson, Linda Shreve, Carol Iohnson, and Mary Kiracofe. Page 65 Throughout the year We live by this code As a Loyal Student of North Si School, I will try to be Reverent and Respectful, Eager for education, de High Dependable in face of duty, Self-Reliant, Kind and courteous, Impartial in iudgment, Neat in appearance, Sincere in every endeavor, for only by upholding these will I be a true Redskin. ideals, SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Guiding the class of 1957 were Austin Brooks. president: Tom Koontz, vice-president: lack Quas. secretary-treasurer: Iudy Moss, so- cial chairman: Lee McMillen. social council: Rich Iohnson, social coun- cil: Ioe Iohnson, social council: and Doug Glock, social council. "'-nv Paqe 66 V39 5SaO IOYCE ANN ADAMS Transferred from Central Catholic High School. MARSHA LYNN ADAMS Student Council. Secretary: F.T.A.. Presi- dent. Treasurer: Polar-Y: Cheering Block. Planning Chairman. ERNEST LOWELL ARMSTRONG Rifle: Chorus: Varsity Choir. IAMES A. ARNEY Rifle. ROBERT MORRIS ARNEY Rifle, Vice-President: A Cappella: Chorus. TIM ARNEY Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Cheer- ing Block: Cross Country: Basketball. Letterman. BARBARA RUTH ARNOLD F.T.A.: Los Sodales: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Cheer Leader, Reserve: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir. PATTIE IILL ARNOLD Chorus. EUGENE ALLAN ATKINSON Stage Crew. CAROL W. BAKER Rifle: Cheerinq Block. ROBERTA LOUISE BASH Student Council: Globetrotters, Vice- President. President: Helicon, Member- ship Chairman, Secretary. Vice-President: I.F.I.., Publicity Chairman: N.F.L., Vice- President: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block, Attendance Chairman: Northerner. Co- Exchange Editor, Classroom News Edi- tor, Assistant News Editor. Feature Editor, Co-Copy Editor, Assistant Editor, Editor- In-Chiet: 1500 Club: Quill and Scroll: Senior Play: National Honor Society. ALICE IANE BAUMGARTNER Globetrotters: Band: Orchestra: N.S.I., Vice-President: School Service. PATRICIA ANN BECK Nature: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Legend: School Service. THERON REX BELDEN Globetrottersz Phy-Chem: A Cappella: Chorus: Intramural Basketball: Football. Letterman: Track. MILTON LESLIE BENTLEY Helicon: Phy-Chem: Chorus: National Honor Society. DONNA LEE BIGGS IOHN G. BLOCHER F.T.A.: Globetrotters: A Cappella: Chor- us: National Honor Society. RONALD ALAN BOWMAN Student Council: Cross Country, Letter- man: Track, Letterman. CAROL LOUISE BRADLEY Polar-Y: Transferred lrom Pennsylvania. SHARON KAY BRAMBLETT F.T.A.: Globetrotters: Los Sodales: Pcirmi Nos Amis: Chorus: Band: Orchestra: N.S.l., Secretary: Legend Agent: School Service. AUSTIN EDWARD BROOKS Student Council: Globetrotters, President, Vice-President: Helicon. Publicity Chair- man: Hi-Y: Sophomore President: Iunior Social Chairman: Senior President: Northerner Agent: Legend Sports Editor: National Athletic Honor Society: Foot- ball. Letterman: Intramural Basketball: Track: National Honor Society. ROBERT HENRY BROSIUS Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Northerner Agent: Intramural Basketball. MARIORIE DIANNE BROWN Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus. CONNIE LEE BRUBAKER Student Council: Booster. 6 'S' if Iijv Dir' 01 47? all 'Z "lb" x ,-av ""b ff' Page 67 Page 68 IUDITH ARLENE BRUMBAUGH BARRY DOUGLAS BRUNSON Booster, Vice-President: Nature. IUDITH ELAINE BULLERMAN Booster: Los Sodales: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Northemer Agent: Legend Business Manager: Quill and Scroll: School Service: National Honor Society. VIRGIL BURKE ROBERT KENNETH BURRIS Globetrotlers, Treasurer: Hi-Y, Treasurer: Phy-Chem. Secretary, President: Rifle: Training Choir: Senior Play: National Honor Society. KEITH LYNN BUTLER Varsity Choir: Training Band. BARBARA ANN BYALL G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus: School Service. BEVERLY IUNE CAMPBELL SHARON LYNNE CARLSON Transferred from Chicago. DAVID R. CARPENTER Student Council: Globetrotters, Treasurer: Helicon: Rifle: Freshman Secretary- Treasurer: Sophomore Social Chairman: Iun.ior President: Football, Letterman: Intramural Basketball: Track: National Honor Society. IACKIE IEAN CARPENTER G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block. NILAH IOYCE CASTATOR G.A.A.: School Service. CAROLE ANN CAUSLAND G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Riile: Cheering Block: Chorus. SHARON RAE CHAFFIN Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus. MARGIE LOUISE CHIVINGTON Booster, Secretary: G.A.A.: Polar-Y. LARRY SANFORD CHRISTLIEB Camera. Secretary-Treasurer: A Cappel- la: Varsity Choir. DICK CLAUSS Los Sodales. Secretary: Rifle: Cheering Block. IANET CAROL CLESTER G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Rifle: Cheerinq Block. LARRY EUGENE COLLAR SHIRLEY SUE COLLINS G.A.A.: Rifle: Chorus. LYNNE G. CONKLE I.F.L.: PolarAY: Cheerinq Block: Northern- er: National Thespian. IOHN ROSS COOK Phy-Chem: Rifle: Audio-Visual: School Service: Ir. Safety Council. Vice-Presi' dent. FREDERICK RICHARD COPELAND DONALD D. CRETSINGER Student Council. BARBARA ANN CUMMINS G.A.A.: Globetrotters: Chorus: Varsity Choir: Legend Agent. LLOYD BRUCE CURRAN Intramural Basketball: Cross Country. IEANNETTE RUTH DAGER IACK DAVISON Student Council: Los Sodales: Rifle: Cheerinq Block: Legend Agent: School Service: Senior Play: Cross Country: Track. IULIA B. DEATON G.A.A. PETER DeVOOGDT Los Sodales: Orchestra: Senior Play: Football: Cross Country: Track: National Honor Society. Page 70 WILLIAM DICKSON Booster. SANDRA LEA DILLMON Booster, Point Recorder. IUDITH ROSE DIXON National Honor Society. MARGARET ANN DOUGHTY Student Council: Globetrotters: I.F.L.: Parmi Nos Amis, Social Committee: Ir. Red Cross: Band: N.S.l.: Northerner Agent: Legend Agent: Legend Staff. PHILIP ALLEN DUCAT Student Council. Vice-President: Helicon: Cheering Block: Northerner Agent: Le- gend Agent: Football, Letterman: Track. MOLLY MAUREEN DUNIGAN F.'l'.A.: Globetrotters: Ir. Red Cross: Northerner, Assistant Circulation Man- ager: Legend: Ripplettes. Secretary. RUTH ANN DUNTON Parmi Nos Amis: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Ripplettes. Secretary. IOHN H. DUXBURY Globetrotters: Ir. Red Cross: Riile: Foot- ball. Letterman: Track. KAREN SUE ELLENWOOD l-'.T.A.: Globetrotters: Helicon. Secretary: Phy-Chem. Secretary: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Legend Agent. Activities Editor: Youth Forum. CAROLYN ANN ELLIOTT F.T.A.: Parmi Nos Amis: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: School Service. IUDITH ANN EMMERSON G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: School Service. CHARLES FRANK ENGLE Helicon. Critic: Phy-Chem: Chorus: Band: N.S.l.: Northerner Agent: Cyclo- tron. Treasurer: National Honor Society. PAUL S. ENINGER Helicon: Phy-Chem: Intramural Basket- ball: Tennis. Letterman: Track. IULIE GRACE ERLER Los Sodales. Social Chairman. Vice- President: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir. SALLY IEAN EULITT G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Chonxs: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir: School Service. EDWARD PAUL EVANS Student Council: Rifle: Legend: Intra- mural Basketball: Football: Cross Coun- try, Letterman: Basketball: Track, Let- terman: National Honor Society. BARBARA ANN FALL F.T.A.: I.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Northerner Agent: Ripplettes, President: School Service. GARY FRANKLIN FAIRBANKS Student Council: Hi-Y: Los Sodales: Chorus: Legend: Senior Play: School Service. RICHARD CARL FAULKNER F.T.A.: Los Sodales: A Cappella: Chorus: Intramural Basketball. LARRY RAY FAVORITE Rifle. CAROLYN ANN FERRY F.T.A.. Treasurer: Globetrotters: Parmi Nos Amis, Social Committee: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Northern- er: Youth Forum. DAVID MERRILL FISHER, IR. Camera: Globetrotters: Helicon. Critic: I.F.L.: I.C.L.: N.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: A Cappella: Northerner: 1500 Club: Na- tional Honor Society. SALLY LEE FLEMING F.T.A.. Vice-President, Parliamentarian. Membership Chairman: Globetrotters, Vice-President: I.F.L.: Los Sodales: N.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: Legend Agent: Youth Forum: School Service: National Honor Society. IANET ELAINE FLESHER Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus. NORMAN R. FLETTER A Cappella: Senior Play: School Serv- ice. SHARON ELAINE FLETTER I-'.T.A.: G.A.A., President: Band: Orches- tra: N.S.I.: Northerner: Legend Agent: School Service WALLACE IAY FOSNIGHT Globetrotters: Hi-Y: A Cappella: Triple Trio: lunior Vice-President: National Thespian: Senior Play: Intramural Bas- ketball. IUDY ANN FRANKENSTEIN IAMES L. FRANKLIN Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Rifle: Chorus: Training Choir: School Service. DAVID GREEN FULTON National Thespian: Stage Crew: Intra- mural Basketball. 'Q-oi V7 -8 e9 '27 'CT' 4 .Q-H' 'W "7" 'rr- fffx. , Page 71 ""'? 'Yi 'Q 'Od "T"'75 -,,9 Page 72 'T' .4m.,, can ...,, -J' PAULA IRENE GARARD G.A.A.: Ir. Red Cross. IUANITA IEANETTE GARD Polar-Y: Cheering Block. MARY ELLEN GARR F.T.A.: Globetrotters: Los Sodales: Polar- Y: Rifle: School Service. PATRICIA ANN GASKILL c-.A.A.: Polar-Y. SANDRA ANN GEHRING F.T.A.: G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Band: N.S.I. FRANKLIN HENRY GEIST Student Council: Helicon: Los Sodales: Chorus: Northerner, Sports Editor, Agent: 1500 Club: National Athletic Honor So- ciety: Cyclotron: Cross Country, Letter- man: Track. Letterman: National Honor Society. DOUGLAS E. GLOCK Student Council: Helicon: Hi-Y: Phy' Chem: Freshman Social Council: Sopho- more Social Council: Senior Social Coun- cil: Legend Agent: Football. Letterman. IANIS LOU GOEGLEIN Student Council: Polar-Y: Twirler. THOMAS L. GOLLMER Student Council: F.T.A.: Globetrotters: Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Rifle: A Cappella: Chorus: Northerner Agent: Training Choir. I UDITH ANN GOUKER G.A.A.: I.F.L.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir. ROBERT GOULD LINDA LOUISE GRAEF Student Council: F.T.A.. President: Globetrotters. Youth Forum: Treasurer: I.C.L., Quaester. Praedicatur, Aedile: N. F.L.: Cheering Block, Cheer Chairman: A Cappella: Orchestra: Legend. Copy Editor: Senior Play: Debate: National Honor Society. WILLIAM CARL GREPKE. IR. Rifle: School Service. SYLVIA MARIE HAIBER Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Training Choir. STEVENS C. HAND Hi-Y. LARRY SAMUEL HANSHEW IUDY LYNN HARFORD Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus. EUGENE ALLEN HARPER GORDON VAUGHN HARTER IANET LEE HARVEY CAROLYN IANE HAWKINS Helicon: I.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Legend Agent: Senior Play. AVIS C. HEARN G.A.A.: F.C.L., Scriba: Rifle: Cheerinq Block: Chorus: National Honor Society. IUVA DEE HECHT Polar-Y: Chorus. CONNIE LOU HECK School Service. DAVID CURTIS HENRY Student Council: Phy-Chem: Chorus: Northerner Agent: Cross Country: Intra- mural Basketball: Track: National Honor Society. NANCY HELEN HENRY Polar-Y. Social Chairman: Cheerinq Block: Band. BARBARA LEAN HICKMAN Phy-Chem: Polar-Y. Social Chairman, Service Chairman: Twirler. SALLY ANN HITE Polar-Y. FRANCES MARIE HOBBS Globetrotters: Chorus. SANDRA HOBSON '5n ,.-Q., so ""7 1-U 'W ---9 'WSH' S O N7 5 Paqe 73 1? E --as Page 74 "Q an 'v::'! 'E ""'-pai BILL HOFFMAN IACQUELINE HOLBROOK Polar-Y: Rifle: Chorus: Gills' Choir. RONALD KEITH HOLYCROSS Rifle. BARRY LEE HORMAN Student Council: Camera: Riile: Intra- mural Basketball. GLORY KAY HOUCK Student Council: Los Sodales: Nature: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Rifle: Chorus: National Honor Society. LAURA MAY HOUCK Rifle. CAROLYN RAE HOWENSTINE G.A.A.: Rifle: Band: School Service. MIRAM EVERETT HUBBARD BOBETTE IAYNE HURSH Polar-Y: Chorus. . BONNIE IANE ISNOGLE F.T.A.: Los Sodales: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Norlherner. GLADYS ROSEMARY IACKSON Chorus: Band: Ripplettes. CAROLE ARELINE IACOBS Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir. CHARLES GARY IACOBS Booster DONNA MARIE IEWEL Student Council: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir. CAROL LYNN IOHNSON Globetrotters, Treasurer: Helicon: I.I".I... Secretary: I.C.L.. Aedile. Scriba, Senior Council: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Training Choir: Legend Assistant Editor: Quill and Scroll: National Honor Society. DARVIN ARTHUR IOHNSON Globetrotters: Nature: Rifle: Intramural Basketball. IOE P. IOHNSON Student Council: Helicon. Critic: Hi-Y: LI-'.I... Publicity Chairman: Los Sodales. President: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross. Presi- dent: Senior Social Council: Senior Play: Intramural Basketball: National Honor Society. MARGIE L. l OHNSON Chorus. RICHARD ALLAN I OHNSON Student Council: Helicon: Phy-Chem, President: Rifle: Sophomore Social Coun- cil: Iunior Social Council: Senior Social Council: National Honor Society. LYNN LEE IORDAN Polar-Y: Chorus. DOUGLAS RAYMOND KAYLOR RONALD CHYDE KEAIRNES Globetrotters: Football: Track. CALVIN CONRAD KEHR Phy-Chem: Key Club. KAY LYNN KEIRNS Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Northerner. SHARON ANNETTE KELLER Polar-Y: Twirler. DELORES I EAN KEN SILL G.A.A. MARIAN LYNN KERN Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross. MARY ANNIS KIRACOFE Student Council: F.T.A., Point Recorder: Globetrotters: Los Sodales, Secretary: Polar-Y: Twirler: National Honor Society. IUSTINE LOUISE KOCH Polar-Y: A Cappella: Chorus: Girls Choir: Training Choir. 1 SHARON LOU KOEHLINGER I-'.T.A.: Los Sodales: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Training Choir: Legend Assistant Faculty Editor. 'X in Y A AX l ,L J ,iv 1 : a Q ia? aj x xr . U 35 IK .1 D I :XJ J E . aQ 2 z 1 X P X f Y ' 4 K a 5 5 gf' ' 'xii A Iva' .fi-12 -Lsff' Asif X v 'x. 5 5 3 t ' -if' x ' ' I I my ..,...,h .jx 9:-. . A 'J 3 wp ,, XM V 13 , . ix ' 1 , 3 ' V ,- .f'.'5m..f 'I uq7'f7':iSQ .M .. 'fx U Av ' x . XM 7 V Xku ., ':F1' f fi AQ. N .Q U . X ,Y , Sf: if A 7 ' QR 3' N -ef 1' ., ,.,w, ,-. - ,.-3-Vg V Q.3..,,,-., .,fw4. , .,,, 5- f .fr ,- -.Q ,.qg.,., xxx is v' - - ' 35 'M . . .pf ,wx A W' "gi .rl S, X: A .fn -sw Az ' Aw if xg EV- Ii -911, .1 ag 5. 15,132 3,5 .2 4-I " M. N. . Q his X , NVQ vu- 3 X, - wfef-,-. X 1 -. 0'-4' . ,Miz 1kf,?f sq F - gy,-wx ,... V ig- , :.E,. ,V Qui' 41 V 'K WE 'ef Q 1 xl, .8 X33 .nm '13 X: S I, IQ, - Xe 4,0- w.,gUgQQ , . L , Lu. fx: lm, ,z-.5-Xa gi wi f Igf' 11 U .Iii 'ucv Page 76 'Ftp Tis' SHARON ELAINE KOGIN Los Sodales: Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Twirler. THOMAS WAYNE KOONTZ Student Council: Helicon. Proqram Chair- man, President: Nature: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Chorus: Iunior Secretary-Treasurer: Senior Vice-President: Northerner. Assist- ant Sports Editor: Quill and Scroll: Cross Country: Track. PAULA IOAN KREIGH Los Sodales: Polar-Y: Cheer Leader: Cheering Block. CAROLINE ANN KRICK Polar-Y: Chorus: Twirler: School Service. TED RICHARD KRUSPIG Nature: Chorus: Intramural Basketball. DAVID FREDRICK LANG Cross Country: Basketball: Track, Letter- man. SHIRLEY LAVACHEK Chorus. CAROL SUE LEAZIER Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block- Leqend Agent. VIRGINIA MAE LEBSACK G.A.A.: A Cappella. LYNNE PAULETTE LECHER F.T.A.: Globetrotters: I.F.L.: Los Sodales: Parmi Nos Amis. Secretary: Phy-Chem: A Cappella: Chorus: Girls' Choir: North- erner Agent: Leqend Agent. MARLENE GAIL LECHER F.T.A., Parliamentarian: I.F.L.: Los Sodales: Parmi Nos Amis, Social Chair- man, Treasurer: Phy-Chem: A Cappella: Chorus: Northerner Agent: Girls' Choir. CAROL ANN LECHLEITNER Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Cheerinq Block. THOMAS F. LEE Cross Country: Basketball: Track. IUDITH ANN LEHMAN Globetrotters: I.F.L.: Parmi Nos Amis: Cheerinq Block: A Cappella: Chorus. IAMES LEO LEWIS Phy-Chem. Social Chairman: Legend: ln- tramural Basketball. ROBERT AUBREY LEWIS Rifle: School Service: Football: lntra- mural Basketball. LARRY RAY LINK Transferred from Avilla High School. Avilla. Indiana. PHILLIP DAVID LOCKWOOD Student Council, Sergeant or Arms: Hi-Y: Nature. Treasurer: National Thespian: Football Lettennan: Intramural Basket- ball: Track. ROSARIO LODGE Los Sodales. IERRY GENE LUCAS Hi-Y: Phy-Chem: Rifle: Chorus. PETER ALAN LUNDELL Student Council: Helicon: Freshman President: Sophomore Vice-President: Football. Letterman: Basketball. Letter- man: Track. Letterman: National Honor Society. KENNETH CHARLES LUTTENBACHER Camera. Vice-President: Rifle. IENNY MACLENNAN G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir. RONALD AUSTIN MACY Student Council: Globetrotters: Los Sodales: Northerner: Football: Intramural Basketball. TERRY QUINN MARSHALL Cross Country: Basketball: Track. CHARLES B. MARTIN Globetrotters: School Service. IULIA CAROL MATHEWS F.T.A.: G.A.A.: I.F.L.: Polar-Y. Social Chairman: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Chorus: National Thespian: Senior Play. MARILYN JEAN MCCAGUE Polar-Y: Cheering Block. PATRICIA LOUISE MCCAN N Los Sodales: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Chorus: Northerner: 1500 Club. MARILYN GAIL McCOMB F.T.A.: Globetrotters: I.F.I..: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Northerner: National Thespian: Chansonettes. -an 4' S-Q wr 'V nj 'IT v-7 l -1 Tj-R-' .nr ,.,, 'Q i -3 A? Page X 'SV -1-43 Nh. Page 'L f'7' 'il 1--rs, ive.. Q4 Y? w-I 78 ROBERT STEVEN MCCULLOCH lntramural Basketball: Track. BETTY DEE MCGREGOR F.T.A.: Helicon: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Legend Faculty Editor: National Honor Society. IANICE ANN McMAKEN Booster, Point Recorder: Polar-Y: School Service. ATHALIE MCMILLEN Student Council: l-'.T.A., Secretary: Heli- con, Secretary: Parmi Nos Amis: Phy- Chem: Polar-Y, President, Vice Presi- dent, Secretary: Chorus: Freshman So- cial Council: Senior Social Council: Na- tional Honor Society. MARK B. MEYER Legend Agent: National Athletic Honor Society: Football, Head Manager: Bas- ketball, Head Manager: Track, Manager: Intramural Basketball: National Honor Society. CONSTANCE MILLER G.A.A.: Los Sodales: Polar-Y. ELSIE MARIE MILLER G.A.A.: Cheering Block: Chorus. IAMES EDWARD MILLER Student Council: Hi-Y: A Cappella: Chorus: Training Choir: Northerner Agent: Legent Agent: School Service: Triple Trio. LARRY EUGENE MILLER Audio-Visual. IANET MAE MILLHORN SUE ANN MILNER Band: N.S.I. BARBARA DEAN MODRICKER Globetrotters, Secretary: Youth Forum: Helicon: Parmi Nos Amis: PolarAY, Music Chairman: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Chansonettes: Girls' Choir: Chorus: Orchestra: N.S.I.: Legend: National Honor Society. IANET LYNN MONTGOMERY Booster, Secretary: G.A.A.: Los Sodales: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus: Training Choir. THEODORE CARL MORTENSON Student Council: Phy-Chem. Treasurer: Band: Orchestra: N.S.I., President: Na- tional Honor Society. RICHARD C. MOSIERI IR. A Cappella: Chorus: Training Choir. IUDITH ELLEN MOSS Student Council: Globetrotters. Member- ship: Helicon. President: I.F.L.. Presi- dent: I.C.L., Vice President: N.F.L.. Treasurer: Phy-Chem: Cheering Block. Planning Chairman: A Cappella: Senior 8 Social Chairman: Legend: Youth Forum, 5 .5 di Secretary: National Honor Society. L SUE IANET MOSSBURG School Service. I ACK EDWARD MOUNSEY Intramural Basketball: Football, Letter- man: Track. RICHARD P. MUELLER Helicon: Phy-Chem: Senior Play: School 9' Service: National Honor Society. E7' ROBERT IAY MUSSELMAN Helicon: Los Sodales: Riile: Northerner Agent: Key Club: Visual Aid: National Honor Society. PHYLLIS KAY MUTER Globetrotters: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross. DELORES IEAN MYERS 'U .--.. 'Quit Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Orchestra. KARL CHAUVEY NACHTIGALL IAMES L. NAHRWOLD Phy-Chem: Key Club, Secretary-Treas- urer: Transferred from Concordia High School. V-'29 IANE ANN NEFF M F.T.A.: I.F.L.: Los Sodales: Ir. Red Cross: rw, 'V Chorus: Northerner: Training Choir. DONNA MAE NEUMAN G.A.A.: Los Sodales, Social Chairman: Ir. Red Cross: Twirler. IACQUELYN ANN N OVICK Student Council: F.T.A.: Helicon: Phy- Chem: National Honor Society. STEPHEN IAY NOVITSKY '0, K 'dw w--fr Parmi Nos Amis: Northerner Agent. VESTA MAE NOWELL Polar-Y. A DON L. NUERGE ' ' 'i KN, , Football, Letterman: Track, Letterman. , A ,,, - I if Page 79 Page 80 LOWELL RICHARD OESCH Band: N.S.l. KAY ELEANOR OLIVER Student Council: F.T.A.: Parmi Nos Amis: Polar-Y, President. Secretary-Treasurer, Social Chain-nan, Devotions Chairman: Chorus: National Honor Society. WILLIAM FREDERICK ORTLIEB Sophomore Secretary-Treasurer: Football. letterman: Basketball, letterman: Track. letterman. CHARLOTTE LOUISE OSBORN Cheering Block. IANET ROSALYN OSBORN Student Council: Polar-Y, President, Music Chairman. Publicity Chairman: Cheering Block: Organ: A Chappella: Chorus: Training Band: School Service: Debate. CURTIS DAVID PARK Globetrotters: Chorus: Varsity Choir. KARA IANE PARKER F.T.A., Treasurer, Secretary, Publicity Chairman: Globetrotters: Helicon: I.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls Choir: Northerner: Legend, Class Editor: Senior Play: Youth Forum: School Service: National Honor Society. ROBERT DELTON PASSWATER Student Council, Parlirmentnrian: Globe- trotters: Helicon: Hi-Y: I.F.L.: I.C.I..: Ir. Red Cross: Iunior Social Council: North- erner Agent: Legend, Editor: Quill and Scroll: School Service: Youth Forum: Senior Play: Rifle: Intramural Basketball. SHARON KAY PATTERSON F.T.A.: Los Sodales: Chorus: Girls Choir. ROBERT WILLIAM PENCE Student Council, President: Phy-Chem: Track: Transferred irom South Bend, In- diana: National Honor Society. BEVERLY ANN PETERS Booster: Chorus: School Service. CAROLYN LOU PFAFF F.T.A.: I.F.L., Social Chairman: Cheer' ing Block: School Service: National Honor Society. VIRGINIA ANN POE I.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Legend: Ripplettes: National Honor So- ciety. CAROL I EAN PONTIUS Student Council: Globetrotters, Social Chairman: I.F.L.: Los Sodales: Phy- Chem: Ir. Red Cross: Cheerleader: Cheering Block: A Cappella: Chorus: Legend: Rippelettes: Youth Forum. SUZANNE I OAN PROPS I.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Chorus: Northerner. DEAN ARTHUR PRUGH Football: Basketball: Track. IOHN FRANKLIN QUAS Student Council: Chorus: Senior Secre- tary-Treasurer: National Athletic Honor Society: Cross Country. Letterman: Track. Letterman. IUDITH ANN RAINS F.T.A:. I.F.L.: N.l",I..: Polar-Y: A Cappel- la: Chorus: Senior Play: Chanonsettes. SHARON ROSE RASP Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus. PHILLIP NEAL RAY Rifle. EDWARD FRANKLIN READER Chorus: National Athletic Honor Society: Football, Letterman: Track. Letterman: Intramural Basketball. DAN MICHAEL REBMAN IOHN HAROLD REBS Football. MYRA ANN REHKLAU G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Twirler: Northerner. NANCY ANN REIGHTER SUSAN M. RENI-'ORTH Transferred from Massachusetts. ROBERT KEVIN RICHARD Student Council: National Athletic Honor Society: Football: Cross Country, Letter- man: Basketball: Track, Letterman. LARRY HERBERT RICHTER Rifle. Secretary. GARY RILEY Hi-Y: Intramural Basketball: Football, Letterman: Track. CAROL ANN RODENBECK Cheering Block: Transferred lrom Evans- ville. Indiana. 'if N:-:r f 'S 'CII Q-xp ' bid wg., EES' 3 -nl Page 81 Page 82 LARRY LEE RODOCKER Student Council: Legend Agent: Intra- mural Basketball: Football. Letterman. KIRK H. SCHEELER BONNIE L. SCHENHER Helicon: Ir. Red Cross: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Northerner Agent. SANDRA SUE SCHLATTER F.T.A.. Secretary: Chorus: Band: Orchese tra: N.S.I.. Treasurer. MARY ALICE SCOLES School Service. HERBERT A. SCOTT Legend Agent: Intramural Basketball. PATRICIA I. SHEETS Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir. DON G. SHELLY Booster, President: Nature: Band. LINDA L. SHREVE F.'l'.A.: I.F.L.. Vice-President: Cheering Block: Chorus: School Service: National Honor Society. MARIORIE LEE SILVERMAN Student Council: Globetrotters, President, Secretary: Helicon, Vice-President, Treas- urer: I.F.L., Social Chairman: Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Northerner, As- sistant Feature Editor, News Editor, Co- Copy Editor. Editor. Student Advisor: 1500 Club: Quill and Scroll: Youth Forum: School Service: National Honor Society. SUZANNE YVONNE SIPE F.T.A.: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: School Serv- ice. KENNETH MARTIN SLATTERY Student Council: Camera: Cross Country: Track. DONNA GAYLE SMITH Cheering Block: School Service. THOMAS W. SMITH Football: Cross Country. Manager: Bas- ketball: Track. ROBERT NELSON SNYDER. IR. Legend Agent: School Service: Football. NICK SPILLSON Camera: Los Sodales: Phy-Chem: Rifle. Secretary. Treasurer: Intramural Basket- ball. IUDITH ANN STACKHOUSE Student Council: I.F.L., President. Vice- President: N.F.L.: Ir. Red Cross: Band: N.S.I. Freshman Vice-President: Iunior Social Committee: Legend Agent: Nas tional Thespian: Rippelettes: Senior Play. DONALD CLARENCE STAGER Hi-Y: National Athletic Honor Society: Football, Letterman. Captain: Basketball. Letterman: Track. Letterman: National Honor Society. WILLIAM C. STARK Rifle. IANICE ARLENE STAUFFER Ir. Red Cross: Cheering Block: Chorus: A Cappella: School Service. SANDRA LOUISE STEPHAN Parmi Nos Amis: Cheerinq Block: Chor- us: Northerner. NANCY LEE STOICHE Ir. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: Chorus. IUANITA BELL STOKES Student Council: Phy-Chem: Ir. Red Cross. BUDD M. STRONG ION ALBERT STUDLER Globetrotters: Phy-Chem: Rifle: National Honor Society. RICHARD WAYNE TAYLOR Freshman Social Committee: Intramural Basketball. MICHAEL ORMOND TEMPLETON Transferred from Canada. RUTH EVELYN TENNELL Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Cheeriinq Block: A Cappella: Chanonsettes. DAN KENT THIEL RODNEY R. THOMAS Football. 'mf -.iq YN'-v N 1 'P-'P "T"!h 3 Y-rm Page 8 ff "FY vw- I if xi lv-ig Page 84 MARGARET ELLEN THOMPSON I-'.T.A.: G.A.A.: Globetrotters: I.F.L.: I.C.L.: N.F.L.: Phy-Chem: Cheering Block: Debate: Rippelettes: Girls' Choir: Var- sity Choir: Legend Agent. EVA MAY TOMLINSON Parmi Nos Amis: Cheering Block: Chor- us: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir: School Service. MARLENE KAY TRACEY Camera: I.I".L.: Polar-Y: Chorus: School Service SHARON IO TRAMMEL G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: School Service. MAX A. TROUTN ER Los Sodales: Rifle: Chorus: Northerner Agent: Football. ZINA ANN TRUS WILLIAM M. WADE Phy-Chem: Intramural Basketball: Foot- ball, Manager: Basketball, Manager: Track, Manager. DARLENE KAYE WALLACE Student Council: Helicon: Chorus: Band: Orchestra: N.S.I.: Twirler: Rippelettes. O. HENRY WALKER Helicon. IAMES EDWARD WALTENBURG ANITA LOUISE WARD Globetrotters l.F.L.: Parmi Nos Amis. Secreteary: Phy-Chem, Vice-President: Polar-Y, Vice-President. Social Chairman: Band: N.S.I.: Legend: Youth Forum: Rip- pelettes: Senior Play: School Service. BARBARA RAE WARD Globetrotters: Youth Forum: I.F.L.: Par- mi Nos Amis, Vice-President: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y. Social Chairman: Cheering Block. Attendance Chairman: Legend: School Service. ALICE M. WAREING F.T.A.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block. EARL BYRON WASS Camera. IERRY L. WERLING BETTY LORAN E WIARD G.A.A.: Polar4Y: Rille: Cheerinq Block: Chorus. RUBY ANN WIDNER G.A.A.: Chonxs. IOHN KENNETH WIERSCH Phy-Chem: Intramural Basketball: Foot- ball. Letterman. Translerred from Cleve- land, Ohio. MARGARET IEAN WIGHT F.T.A.: I.F.L.: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Chorus: Northerner Agent: National Honor Society. FREDERICK S. WILLETT Intramural Basketball: Cross Country: Track, Letterman. CAROL LOUISE WILSON EDNA LUCILLE WISE Polar-Y: Chorus: Girls' Choir. CAROL l. YORK Booster: Phy-Chem: Polar-Y: Ir. Red Cross: Northerner. NANCY MAE ZIMMERMAN MONA IOAN ZIRKLE Student Council: Ir. Red Cross: Cheer Leader. Captain: Cheering Block: A Cappella. Secretary-Treasurer: Choms: Girls' Choir: Training Choir: Northerner Agent: Legend Agent: School Service: Chanonsettes. NANCY EILEEN ZURBRUGG Polar-Y: Cheerinq Block: Chorus. 'Ihr 0 'zur' 6 "ling af .--1' ,,-5 6 -fv 5 : S . Page 85 THROUGHOUT THE YEAR ........ of 1957 we saw a boom in enrollment at North Side, with 55 classrooms, 1750 pupils, and 69 teachers. North Side after thirty years is a North Side in transition. The faculty made various changes, and 13 new teachers were added to help teach the varied subiects. Another problem arose from the increased enrollment-the present cafeteria proved to have inadequate dining facilities. For this reason, plans for the new cafeteria were initiated this year. The Iunior and Senior proms, with Ha- waiian and Oriental themes respectively, were moments oi excitement. Seniors took the initiative and presented their prom at the Van Orman Hotel. But whatever the alterations experienced, this year at North Side continued to reilect the same general spirit and principle. For varied reasons each student will fondly remember these four years which took place in the classrooms, the cafeteria, the auditorium, and the halls of North Side. We now invite you to come with us tor a glimpse of school life THROUGHOUT THE YEAR at North Side. l CONTENTS opening section up actlvrtles .......,..,.,,,. classes ..... ......, faculty ,.... ,....... sports .... ..,...,. Above. Sipping cider through a straw are Iohn Duxbury and Carolyn Ferry. seniors with the best sense ol humor. Above leit. Tom Koontz displays his prize winning manners to Anita cmd Barbara Ward: this trio was voted the Most courteous. Left. Displaying their cheerful countenances are the seniors with the most engaging personality, Lee McMillen and Steve Novitsky. Leit. The most studious seniors, Iudy Moss and Charles Engle, are pictured busily working on term papers. Below left. Harmonizing to familar strains, Iudy Rains and Iim Miller, voted best singers of the class of '57 enjoy their favorite pastime. Below. Gazing into each other's eyes with mutual admiration are the seniors who possess the prettiest eyes, Iudy Stack- house and Steve Hand. -Jpf.,'X Above. Filing in the oHices is only one ot the many con- tributions Austin Brooks and Margie Silverman performed to attain the honor oi being voted the seniors with the most service to school. Above right. Passing through the "door of opportunity", Bobbi Bash and Dave Carpenter intend to live up to the honor of being elected by their classmates Most likely to succeed. Right. Molly Dunigan is trying to show Pete Lundell the proper way to tee oft: they were voted the best athletes of this years' class. Right. Carol Hodenbeck reveals her techniques lor care ol her brilliant golden tresses, as Iohn Wiersch provides cr willing t'?l patient. The two were voted to have the prettiest hair. Below middle. Best boy speaker in the class ot 1957, Ioe Iohnson is working hard to outtalk the best girl orator, Carol Iohnson. who won't give up without a tight. Below lelt. Wally Fosniqht seems interested in Iulia Mathews receipe for elderberry wine. This couple which participated in the senior play was recognized as the best actor and actress. JUNIORS This year's Iunior Class officers are left to right: Letty Bryce, Chairman of the Social Council: Marcia Wible. Secretary-Treasurer: Hank Schollett, Vice-President: Tom Tate, President. 1: , - Z 'J' Q , .Q ' 3 1, ' . , Q H " 'Z ' el. if ' J s ,. N-fe Lee or -ff . W M e 1 1 I, ' , ji' ,,' J .q i K I 4 , x pm ..,,, lr . IL .iw in I f gg- Q A ,I I V- ., W6 .I Q, I F M.-. Q .,". , is H ' f , 1 ,V B iii' , ,-,wh y so ,--ff . N ' ' N- v ..'- "-----'- v, 1 , , .: 1. X I "nib L ', 3 ff-6 r 43, ' 0' ,Q xl 4,5 -3 ,,, ll W- NME- 'b , Q if ssie B Q f a ee , vi... his ' - ff fm f if Q ,F 4. .D 1 sr 97, M an W T .,... ?. f- . Q 3 5 f 5 he "", er: Q s ' -A Q-ci , Q. B , 'H' if K ' ' X' .J , My ,,xs 5 , 4,, lf ' .B -. B . g pls ...Q ,cg fl har, -' 'lf ----W-Z. ',..,, i.,X '- M, ., -A b i? i V... ,....... 1 I ,Q ,fxv-jf, .wg XI:-, 9. 32, V 4 is s. ,sei r 4 :'4M Page 88 Row 1: Lynn Abbott, Peggy Adams. Rol- and Adams, Carolyn Alberrinq, David Allen. William Allen. Row 2: Raymond Anderson. Patty An- drew, Dennis Anqlin. Iim Arens, Mickael Archer, Caroll Arnold. Row 3: Charles Axson. Don Babb. Susan Baker. Ton Ball, Ierry Bardsley. Dee Dee Baughman. Row 4: Ierry Beberstein, Dick Beckman. Dave Berhrens. Diane Behrens, Iim Bell. Max Bell. Row 5: Barbara Benner, Samuel Bertels. Larry Bilger, Carol Blessing, Sue Bligh, Cindy Blitz. How 6: Ianice Boderker, D. G. Boirab, Dick Bolds. Max Boles. Mark Bon- ham, Allen Booth. Row 1: Sue Borkenstein, Susan Bower, Sanna Boxley, Dan Brandeberry. Bonnie Braun, Ann Brewer. Row 2: Ed Brewster, Bonnie Briggs, Ioyce Brinkroeger, Dick Britten, Charlie Brockhall, Dave Brookmyer. Row 3: Letty Bryce, Marlene Bullard. Larry Burger. Rose Burlaqe, Roy Butzier. Neil Byrt. Row 4: Bonnie Caldwell, Phil Cantelon. Bill Carey, Steve Carpenter, Tom Carter, Michael Chambers. Row 5: Monna Clark, Donald Clem, Bab ette Clouse. Merl Coe, Glenda Col lier, Dave Cook. Row 6: Maurice Cook, Rebekah Coolman. Bob Cowan, Bob Coyne, Laura Crosley. Diane Culbertson. Row 7: Don Cuney, Helen Davidson. Shar- on Dawkins, Kinda Deardorff, Iill Deeley Ruth Demetrofl. Row 8: Marshall De Moulin, Carolyn Den- ny, David Derrow, Barbara Diehl. lane! Doster, Iames Doughman. Row 9: Carolyn Duncan, Dixie Durr, Ron- ald Easley, Patricia East, Nancy E'lert, Lowell Elliott. Q .. 3 1.32:-I' ,- ,-,M r 'Z .57 i ,, ,3 -0 , i ' -J Ciba? J .,. S -na? k JF N - 4 7 .. . , i 'X it x s., h B ' Q. ' YQ- gilt , . D 3 'R' 4 P Q 1 5 . S-.4 t 4. - gr A 'Fx mi '. SSD ss BA M 'J has V VX -f , '-' f .J , me s 'Z' r YL K . x B . A ' Y -3 . '- 53 ' '2 V , ,. fs, '-1 ' ' gr ' wg A Q- X X ,c ! .b 1 xi Abi, 'TQ " y I -? sq if d , f -of ' to 31 X I Q' J is 'XI D ' ' +-- ' 3' 4 L 1. Vi J' Q, 4. slay U 'L I v 2'-' 1, -- N W I XS " " fn, Q' . 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Ioanna Harrold, Bob Hart, Diana Hartman. Iim Haltery. Row M Iudy Hallery. Alix Haynes. Sharon Hazeleh, Ralph Henschen. Connie Herron. Ierry Hickman. Row 9 Dorolha Hill, Karen Hiller, Steve Hippensleele. Deanna Hockemeyer. Stephen Holer. Bob Holocher. Rourlz Iudith Homeyer. Stephana Houk. Sharon Houser. Albert Houshould- er. Richard Iohnson, Michael lones. Rour2: Mark Iordan, Patricia Iordan, lack- ie Karnmer, Robert Kase, lim Kell- er, Stephanie Ke-im. Rowr3: Ed Keller. Ierry Keller. Linda Kell- er, Harold Kellogg, Leon Kennedy. Paul Kiefer. Rowr4: Dean Kienzle. Rhea Kittinqer. Sharon Kluq. Richard Knappen- berger, Sharon Knuth. Larry Knop. Rowr5: Susan Koehlinq. Marcia Koqin. Larry Konow. Kim Kowalczyk, Ron- ald Kreischer, Karen Kruse. Rov16: Indy Kurtz. Ronald Durtz. Suzanne Lamboley, Donelda Lane, Rita Lanquell, Dianne Lapp. Bowr7: Iudy Latham. Ann Lawrence. Linda Leadbetter. Ron Leakey, Bob Lee. loan Leedy. Row18: Sue Lehman. Alone Leimer, Louis Levin. Dave Lewis, Terry Linden- berq, lim Link. Romr9: Carol Ann Lockwood. Steve Long. Nadine Mace. lim Mathias. Tom Martin, Yvonne Martin. .1 t if -vim . Z- J ll .I h x . ,, Lg.-L -Q s as ., -M 'lr ' fs. ff , 1. -.Tr , -A .4 'fi .Q ,V ec Q. 1 , 'CT '7 1 X V., Q 4 nf it I ' ' x i y 4 Q L L fi In 5 ' Mfg' 5 ,, x O l 6 QW ,w Wig .h ' "i V dx, A .Rb , ' -.px ' g L ,fl ' -5 1 I ' , 'J -.gr 1 ' f ., - , ., M XZ? 5' 1 or L' M W lx 'T' x - .Me ,. E' -- y P ' . js 4 SP Q' ' fer -1' - if s X f r A. ei. X fl - Qs, I' I 'X' X5 , u . Li A -fig. . ' f ' "- L 'I Scif. f -QS. rv? . L vw- " 'W' . nl,--li "t .I if 13, e . 1 ' ?! W' N' 9 f S v "" ' L.. L. ,Q 7" K1 f ' s W, ' W 'fn H'-4 , X -...mn 4 0 X A114 1 ' f v'L , , f Ch . r K , AM. - ,. or Fix, iv K . ' S ,sr V V3 l L 1. - 7, . lr 'XP x Y N :QQ-L-', -xt! I ig-A r lf 4, -fi 4 . L 5 1 S 'Q 'r L Paqe Qi w v,. 1 'J .5 F- 37' Q l 'P X ',:a, 21 A r,,- K EC.. '- 3: . , r N 'f .rnf 1 iw ' 1 Y . Y 'ww nl gf '13 I. 'Qi , 2 . :fi .,A5 i Q ,A , ,.M ff AWS? 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Rovv 6: Dennis Oser, Ierry Palm, Maurice Papier, Kenneth Parker. lim Par- nin. Paul Pederson. Rovv 7: Dick Pence, Kile Pence. Tom Pence. Carole Peters, Sharon Peters. Lee Piepenbrink. Rovv 8: lack Pickering. Margaret Picker. Sharon Platt. Rovv 9: Iames Plumb. lack Pontius, Bar- bara Popp. Row 1: Sue Poplett, Deanna Porter, Mary Prada. Sharon Pratt, Roger Pres- nell, Delmar Proctor. Row 2: Carole Pulver, Iudy Quas, Iudee Raber, Stuart Rahrer, Don Ray, Sandra Reiter. Row 3: Iim Rey. Edilou Rice, Corinne Richard, Sharron Richard. lim Richaendollar, Fritz Riedel. Row 4: Dave Rinne, Sue Rhodes, Peqge Robbins. Esther Roberts. Richard Roberts, Rose Robinson. Row 5: George Rosack, Philip Ross, Char- let Roth, Belly Rowe, Harriet Ruch- man. Alice Rudensky. Row 6: Rex Sanders, Sharon Sauer, Iudy Scribner. Sam Sefton, David Schae- ier, Iohn Schlup. Row 7: Carol Schnepp, Hank Schollett, Richard Schuerenberg. Philip Schu- man, Ton Seifert, Iohn Shoafl. 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