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

 - Class of 1959

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H fAe 5Ql'Zli0l" prom. we AOA fo gaccafalmreafe ', .H-v NT' ,""7' '16 s Page 94 spd 'TQ' WUI' 4i SCHENHER. DAVID LEE J.C,L.g lntrarnural Basketballg School Service SCHIEBER, BEVERLY ANN ELIZABETH SCHOEN, ELLEN Northerner, Classroom News Eclitorq Heli- con: Polar-Yg G.A.A.g Chorusj Girls' Cholrj J.C.L, SCHONDELMAYER, JANET K. SCHROCK, LINCOLN SHETLER N.F.L.q J,C,L.g Phy-Chemj Tennis, Letter- V'if!l'l. SCHROFF, DAVID G. Key' Club: Male Choirg Varsity Choir: l'it'a"1ural Basketball. SCHWANZ, MICHAEL JAY Globetrottersj Phy-Clie-rng Rite Club: lntrsvrural Basletballg School Service. SCOTT, ROGER ALAN Bnsletballg Footballg Cross Countryg Sinool Service. SEIBERT, MARSHA KAY Sruoent Councilg Ripplettes Presidentg Globetfottersg J.C.L.j Polar-Yj Jr. Red Cross: Booster Clubq Girls' Choirg Varsity Chow A Cappellag School Service. SHARTS, DAVID CHARLES Kev Clubg Hi-Yg Phy-Chemg Boys' Cheer- ing Blockg Senior Playj Intramural B.35l:etA toallg School Service. SHAW, CAROL LEE SHELLEY, JUDITH LEE Rile Clubj Cheerinq Block. SHERBONDY, JEANETTE EVELYN Modern Language Club, Treasurerp J.C.L.3 Globetrottersg Helicong F.T.A.g Bandj Orchestraj A Cappella. SHERRON, JAMES JOSEPH Senior Playj National Thespiarisg Key Clubg School Servuceg Training Bandg School Serviceg Intramural Basketballq Boys' Cheering Block. SHIDELER, SARAH JANE Freshman Class Secretary, Treasurer: ..I,F.L,, Presidenlg N.F.L., Secretaryj De- bate: Spanish Club. Social Chairrnan, Vice Presiclentg Helicon, Secretary Treasurerg National Thespiang A Cappella: Chan- sonettesg Senior Plav1 Student Council. SHIDLER, BEVERLY JEAN SHOAFF, THOMAS MITCHELL Student Council, Parliarnentarianq Globe- trotvers, President, Social Chairmang I-li-Yg Key Clubg Rifle Clubg Intramural Wrestl- ingg School Serviceq Safety Councilg Freshman Class Vice Presidentg Debate. SHROYER, THOMAS A. Footballg Rifle Club. SIMMONS, GENE Footoallq Intramural Basletballq J.C.L. SMART, ANDREA LOU A Capoellag Varsity ChoIrg Girls' Choir: F,T.A.g Jr. Red Cross: Booster Club: School Seryiceq J.C.L,: Legend Agent. and C0l'l'Ll'Vl,8l'LCel'I'lf0lfLf IUA SMITH, PATRICIA ANN Senior Playg Legend Slaffj Legend Agent Jr, Red Crossj J.C.L.g F.T.A.j Polar-Y School Service: Cnorusg Girlz' C'Q?' Varslfy Choir, SMITH, PATRICIA LOUISE Sludenf Councllg Northerne' Aqenl Le end Sfafly Polar-Yq Jr. Red C'oss J.8.L.j School Serviceg Cheerlng Elclcl, SMITH. SANDRA SUE Jr. -Red Crossg J.C.L.j Cnowsi T.-.l'le' Semof Play. SNAVELY, SHARON LEE Pgrlarffg Cheer ng Blcrgl-. SNELL, DAVID LEROY Rifle Clubg Infrarmfal Basfelball. SNYDER, DARLENE KAY Bancg Modern Lanqdaqe ClJo P'-esrzf Me-nbersnlo Cnalfwan- Sruclen' Cflrfl Noffnefn-er Re:-oder. Leg-Eng Aqewv Cneerlnq Bloclj Reterve Cnee' eine' Varsrtv Chee-rleaoer, Cao?-alng Leven' SNYDER, JUDY LEE Clweerlng Blocl, SOUCIE, BEVERLY ANN Jr, Red Cross: Pol.3"Yg Chg-erlnq Blew- Sluoenf Councll. SOUTHERN, DENNIS STEPHEN SPITZBERG, DANIEL HARVEY Glclberrorfers Pregldentg Student Com-:rl, Plvy-Clwerng I-lellcong I-ll-Yg Kev Club' Intramural Baslefballg J.C.L.g J' Re-: Crossq School Servniej Senlcf Plaf SPRING-ER, DARLENE LOUISE STEFFEN, DONALD RALPH Rllle Clubj PnyfChervg Norrrefne' Aqenf HI-Y. STEVENS, DIANNE KAY L ' ' Q J.E. .g N,F.L.j Glrls Cnovj C'ie' Bic-clj Norflferner Agenlj Chorus. STEVENSON, FREDERICK, JR. STOOTS, CONNIE LOUISE I Senlor Playg Booster Club, Cneeflng BIOCIQ J,F.L.j J.C.L.1 Clvofusj Girls' Cnc-lf Dravraflcs. SURFACE, KAY LOUISE Chorusg Girls' Choirg Norllwerre' Re' porle-rg Norfherner, Classfoonn News Edl- for. SWAN K, STEVE Tennis, Le-Herrrvan, TAGTMEYER, JOHN CHARLES Rlfle Clubf School Service. TARNOW, SHERRIE LYNNE Polar-Yj Jr. Red Cross' J.F.L,g Leqenu Agenlg Clweerirrg Block. TEGTMEYER, MARY AN N Library Workerg School Sewlce' FTA.: Polar-Yg Boosfer Club: Spanlsh Club. ECA IWLRPA IIA? CAM 0 AIU' ellelltgftf NTB' . 1. v-.-1 +.h-- N, L ,Wj3g77g'wrw H35 -. Llseiwrgr ,asf ISL , iv '4' fr. if I 3, ,Q L V, I, 2: f ggi, 5 E xt, Q ,,r' , fwf 1 , 1 QI rlf . '27 ' I It TT,T I 3 -I 49" Page 95 l7QUJ"1l. MJ, MDMA, 3 0 I5 Oldfl' fone, OMF WLH, Riel' all TERRY, JEAN ELAINE Cheering Blockg Polar-YQ J.C.L.j School Service. TEW, FLOYD ALLEN THOMAS, DEAN FRANKLIN Trackg Foolballg Lellerrnang A Cappella: School Service. THOMAS, JOYCE KAYE elicony Phy-Chem, J.C.L.j F.T,A.f Span- ish Clubg Secrefary, Treasurer: Polar-Yg Senior Playg Cheering Bloclcg School Serv- , , TONKEL, LESLIE ALLEN TRULOCK, BILLY A. fry I-li-Y, Chaolaing Legend Aqenl. wi -,. TRYON, SALLY DIAN Chee-ring Blocl-3 J.C.L. TUSTISON, GARY VON Track, Le-Herrriang Intramural Baslelballg Crosu Counlry, Captain, Plwy-Cherng Heli- conj Rifle Club: Srudenl Council, Norlh- erner Sporls Edirorg Legend Sporls Edi- lorj ISOO Club, Quill and Scroll. VAN KIRK, CAROLYN JEAN J.C.Lg Jr. Red Crossy J.F.L.g Senior Play: S F ol Se i C cio rvicej horusg Girls' Choirj Va'5it'.f Choirg Phy-Chern. VENDERLEY, WAYNE M. Lf TTT! VINING, JAMES ALDEN, JR. WALL, KENNETH JAMES Rife Clubg Phv-Cherng Audio Visual, WALTERS, ROBERT SAMUEL Lo: Sodales, Treasure-rg Pny-Chem, Treas- urer, Kev Clubj J ni r Cl S fr r u o aSS e. efay Treafurerg Globelrmlersg Boys' Cheerinq Bloclfg Salley Councilg Sfudenl Councilg Intramural Baskerballg Intramural Volley- ballg Legend Slarlg Helicong Modern Language Club, '55 WANAS, SHARON LOUISE WAPPES, JOHN ALBERT Cross Counlryg Infrarnural Baslelballg Legend Agenf, WATERS, STEVEN Rile Clubg Intramural Baskelball. WEAVER, CARL DOUGLAS Sille Club, lnlranwural Baslcelballg School e e WEHRLE, SHARON JUNE Jr, Red Cross, Membership Chairman: Ph-,',Chemg Chorus: Varsify Choir, School Serviceg J.C.L. WEIKEL, DONALD IRVING , Foofballg Audio Visualj School Service Intramural Basketball, WELLMAN, RONALD F. Page 96 we IWAICECLIZEK LEU? 57 WESCO, CONSTANCE MARIE WHEELER, HOMER WILLIAM Ygmh Fo' Cwflsr Club. WHITE, KAREN KAY S:HccI Serfze' Peffecf AH-erfzafm WHITE, THOMAS PETERSON Rwfe Cmo HI-YQ PM-Cwew' Semor Play InTramuraI BasieYI::aIIy Ke, Chu' S15-:OI Sewicfi Nahfe Chr. WIERSCH, RONALD RAYMOND Fcc+caI1, Ler'ef"a'1- lffrymral :eIIj I'1Tfa",,raI WresTIwngj Ph,-Ch WILLIAMS, JUDITH CAROL WILLIAMS, WAYNE EDWARD Pfe Cub' Camera Cluoq Cwoms Class, VVS", Cnc" A Capcellag FI3ornaII. WILSON, CLARA MAE WILSON, HELEN ANN WINKLER, CHARLES THOMAS C":ms' 55-2 Rve CI.,C, Ycm' F Cifsfi Sm:-31' Com-:'I Pr.-Cvemj N,S.I Sevfo' Flaw Sefof Soda! Crav aw, SUQQI Sew ce' lwraffwa' Bashefnall, WITZIGREUTER, JUDY JH Re: Cfss' C'i'E'7Cl Q cf SL ,J Se: CE. YORK, THOMAS YORK Yrs+. Bri' S:f'::I Se-'Jie R92 C' ZUMBAUGH, LEONARD DALE FccfbalI Le'fs-'Haw' T'5:- Li"e"2" l'wra"-'a! Bas-fe':aI:g Lef+e"'avs CI.: Batt Bos' Cneedng Bla-:rj SCE-:QI SB' - IIE, fo gegflz our me Q5 men i i T X., qv .lonniii llii- lv-iii1.ii iinii- .iiiiiin .i-il-. irq., lyiy 5 r r r y Lnwiuullily F1 pil il aflei wi T +V ui W XN'hi ii it lmTi,i, Fiiiig ii- l'iiriiLi-is A0u'l I .min il lii ln. l.ii- ln lar- lw . ' 12' f 1 1 1 - 1 S Q ,fl A -J. f D. 4 r 3 4" . T , ,I ls- F I T T T :ir -' 3 uf T332 ' w su s qi? cw AA -Ii , ' x . , . 's , . T, T il, Qszgwli 3 5 1,1 . 5 i il i' 4- '. ig ,Valli l A I Q 1 'ff-V 'Q ,Q I i i ' ,gulf ivy I is , 'Lk N W ii glllii wil , fr rin i . A TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD LasT November, audiences were magically Trans- porTed Trom England To The savage jungles oT lndia To The Wild WesT oT The UniTed STaTes. They were waTching "Around The World in 80 Days" pre- senTed by The class OT '59, The producTion was ably direcfed by Mr. James Purlchiser, and The music and choreography were under The supervision of Mr. C, William l'-laTT. The play was Tilled wiTh exciTemenT. humor, color, mysTery, suspense, and romance. A large casT in- cluded a varieTy oT characTers Trom BriTish banlcers and beggars To l-lindu dancers. The ploT Concerned rich Mr, Fogg and his valeT, PassparTouT, as They encounTered many obsTacles in Their elTorT To go "Around The World in 80 Daysfi lTassp.,iilviiT was .nit-sled because he was Tound running llziouiiili :in Indian Temple wiih his shoes on, 'S-c Lonely l-lindu maidens pvrfcirni one of Their eTTecTive, ceremonial dances in Their vivid, naTive cosTumes. W ' Ki ws ' 517' A 1 IN FIVE ACTS, THIRTEEN SCENES EP" 4? I ve?- fk ii2,L"E P X ml -, h: MzffxMEW1,f , f fU 4. 1 3 . -,, A ,,.,,,, -. V 5 V M Ag.. ,JJ Iii ee-. .S+ E wwf ., ' ' -5 ' Y K ' ' ,' 5 5 i. f,:1E+fiQif2,S SQ 715 S 1 xi f E 1.fw.efka1,"' ' H1-W 1 ig! Q X f 1 P535 I? 4 3 ' , - E S' E C A g I f' I .S - ,.,'. 52 P E 7 3 'J - S I 3 i A23 x 1 V6 A F' J. SA I , " ' z I , Al V E V 'V' A 5: ' ' .'- f wif' 2.3 D ' GJ I M .' - , f ' ,V D F ff fl ' , 4 f ' fb T -D ,1' ' lw , gfc'1': . Z P' -. .S L-.4 N WL 'S-. Larry Lepsnre had many yfsirois. af 'ine nospiral a' the beginning of We year, He was welcorned back To school Hue second i,e'nes+e'. A1 rkae affer prom parries and ar dances, Redskins sri!! did Wlwiie seniors are eagerly awaiiinq the resuifs of rneir class ine siroki. Dariene Snyder and Par Riley Feed Weir Wine. ekeciion, Barb Barker and Mike Blombackw counr vofes. "Sycnara"-Goiidme The rkwi-"fi of ine Sevior Banque? which rock pace af Cuifefs Cnaier, Speakers and fafenf kiiqhiigkifed The pi'igi1i'ar-1, X.-o Ai , Ng 'r 1 if galil, Ma A v M x ' m t ' "YR 'Qi 45' 21 Yak 'M i . k N 1.1. JUNIORS Aller holding rallies, hanging poslers, and presenling campaign speeches, we elecled our Junior class olrlicers. Sealed here are Judy Rice, Secrerary-Treasurer' Jaclq l-lallenbeclf, Presidenl' Bill Cunning- ham, Vice-Presidenlt and Bob Vannalla, Chairman ol lhe Social Council discussing plans lor "Rainbow Rhapsodyf lhe high- lighl of The Junior year. Mr, Elmer Franz- man was lhe chairman ol lhe Junior clasf advisers. r B:'h3'.1 AJ3'rm F" l Amos Shawn A33rrvS Darive Anderson Mi .'il1o- 5 '.g AnriJAnd'e35 J ? Qfggrr .-li 4.4 Bic Arrrsvronl L P13 Ar"sT'cr-ig SL: A":ix But: Baci- Bsc Bar' i'1Ba"-J Lfs B3"'Jr3: - Briar: Bnrne. Pu' B3'1eS -A .- 2 i , Dan' Bynum -I Mnfa Barrand D3r B333 ,Q Te", Basrfler . , Deaf Bafeg , ' Shi-.ig Bales ,, Fry- B3.qrMa'1 Q 'L ' 1 5 3' EJ. .Q lflwixelr Bazar' r- ! Jme' B--iircnw E 'L' B-f':s+.:'fh Te". Beagle A X - 'l 'W Q I it Sa ,G 1. E' Qn? , I rg, P' SN ' ' A if A We llhlif 2 Uri,-re Belrlon My--l Belff, . A TU L i - . Ein J:'n Bang 1- Pa.: Berlin .5 Q I J"vB-Hrfels Dj"aYBeiw':lc LJ", Blair M Ba" Arr: B ia in air f Jicn Bocilia F'-s-'e Bzfrnp - I fx al' ,i ' tr :ip 3-au. f 'vu ' i I A J Bcnifas ' ffl Dnllis Br l X" D3.e Bzfiver Jai' Bivwwiru Kyfi-n Braoender lan Braden 1.3-', Bra" Hel? SM e Brase I Barbara B'au'i , 4 , DI' 5111 ,Qi '1 i TQ' Bon '5"' J1'eBr+,':e f' Page lOl JUNIORS Delores Brown Judy Brown Tom B rubaker Par? ,Damn 1- .. . . '- y emi V -n Q fr 1 7 f an M k fl iz 39 ix H Emory Bryan i I N, , ,LQ 1 ' Q5 1 YK!! v- Y? ff-91: Q Greg Buckhardf YN YTQQ " 1 H n QQ Q K ' '- nh 5 Tom Buclcrnasfer j ,f Q . ' ,"-gf. ' A ' ' , '1 , Sieve Buesching ' x . A 3 'X KK 'l X li' Mike Bullerrrian Y 1 ' " ' "' " Elizabefh Busian . Larry Byers img I h. Dave Camperrnan i' 'M , X .gp Q . Q 5' Q, , ii' Dan Carpenfer 5 ... ' nv ' 'lr v 2 it C S Sandra Carier , ix ,ll 'Q L -5 f 'f Sk fi QQ -YJ! Dale Caslaror Q' V Q ,Qu gn , X i ' r 1 i 1 A . Q sm gales , ' 'r 'H ' f - A -1 'B xg UMR diff W Ri .1 I .Q Q lwztjnf Q N M I, .V Q Q ki I -. Li. Q QQ mx, n. . J2XAniClChrzan xblxlll lv- - L. X ' .ZA .LQATBX --N A Mary Ann Clauss Q Q 1 r Janice Coe Q Jane Cogver I ,N -, dv ' Donna orner Kg. 54' " - rf Y Q, . Torn Cook' an . 'af lf- ' Q QW Rurh Coo man ' A gm'-,, .. Q .,,. - i g rj A S' Pam Coughlin if' x Q ff "S , ' iii ' '5 - Si g "-3 i i . K ' Faye COX ith' Nl il , lik V X Q ' kr 'A Roger Cross ,X fa. . :Ar N l "' f 'i' EW A Rilo Crurn ' r is D' Q Bill Cunningham . uw . ' 1' 'Q Bin Daniels G : ay . 'G Q. , F6 Tania Dauolaise 4 Q. N- Fl' Q -. ' g. -Y' F ,xi Carol Davidson N 1' A in " 1 V '57, I K , Q Ralph Davis , TJ 'X ' " 5 gg, Q S33 Pal Dealil vu' I V Q. ' 7 , Q fix 3" , Q J Kennelh De-an K ip ,, Q 'QNQ i-gg Ei. ' r f ,HAH 'Aw 1 JH Judy de Beaumont ' , .Lax it Donna Dehnerf Ronda Deifschel 0 Judy De Meerleer - MQ QM -Q 'J Q A Clark Derbyshire .-1 vl 3 P ' n my G ,Y 4 ,XS 'uri Jon Didier Q in Q -' " g-- 45 E". 'Q it Vg ,L lglarcxld Diml-,e vi' " N ,. Q , i l Kg yijvh ' ly i x arai Dixon Q Q ' X " il A ' v ff 'A M Q, i William Doell ' lg 5-Q 'K , Xll Karen Dougherly xl .N 1 l A '-l' LAME A Q Susan Douglass I Vern Dove 5 Becky Dreqer x 4 EQ'-in, il 5 -V X :QS V- 7' ix '31 Mary Ann Dnqar ,R ivxwi "K 2 5 A Q ., , -Q , 4' fi Jirn Duncan - 1 xg N-Q f'iQ V. n ' ' .1. F' ' Barry Dunlap ' HQ I' ' li 'HQ ' X Torn Duxbury '3' xml l ,. Qui 1 H Q1 Carol Elirsam , : v"f','J vi, , 1313, lg ' ' 'I :K - Jim Ellenwood Yu 'Q'-X fx, ' Q Q Sally Elliot -Q Q' Dianne Erhardf l 'R ' E r .,.. H 0- F Donna Ervin QM , QQ - 4, 1 it J - V. .J Q 55 N " N .2 Paul Erwin 'f' , " 'Y'-' ni ,A Q Q - i lf W John Esser LQ, -Q ' 3' J . .Qf ' ' 'M' ,fx Y is Q Barbara Fairfield Q YQ n ,W VQ-ly xl ,I X , Marilyn Fairfield fx , . U . X Q' V ' if ' X 8' ein Fawn Q f Q'5a :,- 1 2 'ig I 'E lg' W ,gf li fi i Ruin Fall K- ,illlil .,H. n -.- -Min-4 Jerry Federspiel W, Q Lucy Faicninn H5534 A Q Q, R Marsha Felber QQ ,- ,XL ' gi- -' 5' 21 Elaine Ferrell Q ' ' I ,qi 'X , 2-I. wx 5' ,g Q' Q' -Q Janne Haier Q' r ' if 1' ...- f ' A '7 '--Ek Pal Fleenor l N-A ' SW.-n b . i -A A . ',,,ff V Julianna Finagnnen l .A ,. B' Q ' Q Q 5 4 gi:i1!?,'1h,j.g't3 Slave Forlrneyer QM' - HB4 X- . .-y Paul Fowler Q ,Q Jerry Fo-1 A. ing" QD-- aiii Froirnulli Hwlx - ' Debby Frljiebe Q U X av - Tana Gabriele , .hx 4 , ,Q 5: V Q A B4 Bob Gahman 9, 1 4 . if Q. 'V ,ii 'EL' Nancy Gallroeier if 5 .Q N . Q, " fn- fi' X ' -- Roger Gamble 'fig sq:-il i , 3, -Env , A5331 Kr " 'i N. g sanay Gardner .E EQ., - :gg-5.jn5RQ:g?g,z'.'1i,p fi xc .SZ Mary Gaslill an , la., 22..i.L..:a A H"1"" ' Diilr Gallon K i Sharon Gause --I. - 'n Q' , Marlv Gaul 'I A 1 R s QT, C- , 2 " Jail Gaylord , 'N " Sr- Q " ' " . E 4. ' . Q" Vernell Ge-hron K ' WL , L Q. K' Q ' X? Jane! eeiief V r 'C Q '- ,N 4 W W Q i yn, r ,. Richard Georgi ' . 1 X - 1 iw if' iQ Sharon Gefz - l ii ' N. . 1 Connie Gibson ii: - M- """""l'!Mh' Page 102 4: . l E i i l Q-5 lg in legal sf, ,fr K L a wed as l l J. ii fi '- f, 1 C 2 Q- 3, +9 .:g- Q ., IUNIORS sf Fm X , , 5 is x 2, " ' 1 Beverly Gnd Larry Gilpin l Jud ws F i 4 tv ik S 1 '59 gggggl X ' N . s if PZ 9 F1 . lf-'s :- MK L E- V ill l x l y Glock .. Judy Goedfi Duane Gordon . Judy G Wil ordon Jaclf Gordy Dais 1 i ,, '11, y Ann Gore Joe Gossetl Did Graei Marcia Gran? Carl Gray , Marvel G x-s ! r 1 . ie X ,.. x L 3 l f - , as ' 'W 4 4? E X Vw 1 4' . Wi " my- r . 9 A , ,uf vv .ik rs, n Q. ,1 Q l l 0 L S." ,- N ray Jim Greenwalr Susan Gregg ROQEr Griffiiln Jerry G-rosenbacner Ron Grurlwald Susan Guillaume Pobprla G ' nmknh ..! 'b-G? , uingrich Seane l-labegger Tony Hafner Donna Hagadorn ' Jaclr Halle-nbeck Belly Halfer A l Hapner Cnarlofte Harmeyer Susie Harpel Doug Har? Milf G l 2 . f tri yin ,. x 1 A ff in ,l l , k-.w el A ,if T' i if , l is Yr Y li ill Nllgklglll I .. f?.v- e Harfer A Sieve Harler - ' -' Ray Hadley Louan-i H arfrnan K -5- V Sand y H . in 35 O arfzell I llla M ae Hartzog RQberl Hassirlbiller Joy Hawllnorne Torn Hayliursl Mary Henerfeld CmdyHpV - -'gwsli Sleve Heller Y Paul Hellvfig Jw' Hendricks Sally Henry Sf eve Herman Kenneln H erslwberqe' Karen Hefricl Y Marilyn Hicks Susan High Barlsar a Hines -'i Deann 2 1 , 5 6' Q 1. 47 k 1 A.- s M H ,,.,. QQ, 'J' 'Il if 1 i 41, 1. . . flx'TfD r Pl ful f' f YZ' 5 ff? vw ,. Q53 Ffa 52 5 fha . K w l X if Fr 'L 1, x' 'l ,lx NV l 1 , "W, 3- A ' Q51 J J X tv l Z 4' L x xv I L V7 c 1 ,Mi ' R za V w-llul as N -1 v i 4- 'L' 2 ur. we I X, 2 . are lil L ' la Hinsraw Julie Hippensleele Neil Horlrvgn ' Orley Holzworfr David Honeicl Carol Horn Bcibbie Horne Douglas l-losler Bill Hozleller Charles Hoslrr-an Lois Hauser Jirf l-lowaro Nancy l-lun' Diana Hungerliglrg Torn lngrrirg Ella lyenson Bob J3ClSOn Sandra Jaccuax Dave Jennings Marilyn Jesse Doug Johnscin Judy Jones Ross Jones Bob ' Kab-ser Kaye Ka gey Ronald Kain Roxann Kain Larry Kalb Karen Keller Carolyn Kelsey Ronalj Kernerl-gy Jcinn Kepler Marla Kern Terry Kierizle Jo Ann King l Jill Kinley W Kay Kinsey l Dennis Kiracofe John Knighi l Larry Knight l Page lO3 1 l l l l l DAYWS RUN SMOOTHLY Senior Slubby Weaver falls fo evade The long arm of flue law as his credenrials are checked by Ollllcer Fred Koberman during flue annual Car-safely clwecli. X,,f Good behavior in The classroom during Hwe leaclwefs absence is anofher fine qualify of Redskins. Here Mr. Sinks' General l-lislory class confinues fo sludy quielly while he is our ol flue room for a few mlnufes. , iii no To ccnquer lne problem ol lllled lwalwavs belween periods courfesv and the-uqlwllulness are needed on llwe par? of every Srudenl. lfeeplnq on the riglwl ls necessn y, Page 5 Torn Knupp Warren Kocher Larry Kramer Jack' JUNIORS + W i W .:.. V A . ie Kreider A . 2' , '54 , " l 414- -4" 3 i 'A . 534 : ii " 0' led Kruger 'Qin' - ' E 3. 4 . 'X Roberl Kruse Q .. -v , B' AI Kurlz rl Y ff J ' 356- X 'Y' A i I Carol La Hurreau l ' , 1 iX 4 X l .rv " ' Mare Lake L L3 5,--gg i f Shiela Lake , - b Cara Mae Lamb V X ,if ' Phyllis Larnberl X1 Q gy X 1, Xi- . Jackie Larnprec l Q --. " 17' '58 '33 ii' ' -f i.. Jim Lang X' - :T a gp, X 'fs gg, B M fly X c Los Larison XX Q X X 'fl L X r gr XXX Bill Larrance ,L A -fiv N ' f,. 3 i '- '- 'A it Mildred Lesley "',' EX ', . L F H Ron Latham .' P lil A . S W fix, ,:-: i Su. Ben Laud I X Carol Lauer X 5 Sondra Laughlin ,,, ,. Susan Lauierberg Q .. , X Y K 1' sf" 'B K- 79 L, -2' Linda Learrion ':. ' 1 - . , ' - V Jon Lebsacl X , " ' 'el' XF' I A 533 David Leclnleilner K A,,,', mi' . - Xl . K Xi' .r l 'ij Jam mana 1 'gm -- l 5, 'wx km Neff' CMR Lfwfl lm ix. T Q A, 3 YN -f A Dicl Lewis XX Torn Linderiberg . Tom Lochner - Esllwer Lodge 3 ,, r 'L 4 :-1' ir Slove Lornrrialzscn RX A B' gi, K 772 as 6 gains Longaroner ' 'f 'C , , V - olloen Lonqsworln 'f 2 ' '. 'f Rosalyn Loos iyf X' - ip' Q5 B Jirn Love 1 L Ruth Lowe Pon Madden Larry Mallell X , R . Connie Malolev ., 4 ' X '- 5, gn . - 9' Barbara Manning " - Y i. X , , D6-anna Marquarl i' 'Q' ,f Bill Marquis L 2 pf, Harry Marshall ' ,xx Jane Marlin X Sharon Maflwews Sue Maxwell Sharon Mijfxlnanifw N X 3 Rozena McCann J ., 'Fx Q Q1 I if-751 l Russ McCann L, 1 I X' L, 4 - ,Q i 5. Jam McColIisli:r Y 1 A -P ' 'ra' Q' Y X rf V4 ,N Q Sharon Mccollisler ," J ' ' X f': bg V Joe Meow-lb XXX X QW X. Roberl McCoy' 4 l J ' Xi lla: iv rn-ii MCCullCiCl A - L -si? Bob McGaffrei.f QX X, 13: Bob McGreQor . " A i ' . '52 Juily Mi:Gu re X 5. gg? 4 - if ' ' ' , ,.f"2n v- 'I' AX 5:3 Marilerg McLauqr:Iin 'XS' ?' N , , 4- ' x 'f X Marilyn MQNPH li ' E tw .5 ' BNI' Vi Milo Mi:Vey - , f -9 ' -.Xxx die. i Harrier Meel Linda M42 nzen 5 5 i"'1"" Carolyn Mellon .la-ilie Merfens X'l Roselle-n Mcsser5,n -'idl -f Mile Mefferf :L 1- Q- Am in X X Xa K y: 2 H"'i ' Bgb Meyer B if, , ' ' 'Q 5' ' ,X ' I. ,A X- l ve Meyer .X ,. A if ' V .f ' ' " ii- - Jgrn Mhriyer Rr- 6 . L. S as X ai X l ran eyef 1 e' X W gi Ken Meyers l X 'X A S Ti - ' 'bl 7 ' Marfha Miller -' Glen Mills X John Mifcne I ,, " Sherry Moore " , X " ' ' M 53 lx ' .VW La Moine Molz L, -X 4. E., A . ' ' 'rr Nancy Mofz N 4 tw L., fy , 3 W' i ' i l Don Murphy I 'VXXMX X X X i " 5 - Jfifff' I Mile Muna NX ,. , X 44.5, - - l Judy Neuls M ': 5 A, -- v "f ' Scgeve Newnard i X X - ene Maire Newnian - 1 f V f r, ' Dave Nichols , . ' 1 :. Q, X' Sieve Norslrof-' - 4-.X rg 'df : ' ' - i gl XX 4 Jerry Nuerge Y X r... if is mg X S Q' V-Q' vs X Jim O'Brien 1: X " 1 -'IAN ii. 'X Y' ' " ' F Q r-' x Q Ron O'Dcll - 'l . r ,X ' .45 - y L Sandra Oellle 1 -' v l . lf Fix ' Mile ofnnagn K L is f, - 'A - - Page IO4 ,g IUNIORS N' 1 Ajiburn Carl OH ' X I , 11 Kennefh Pillai ' ' " R: A :J . ,1 ' , "' In , Bob Parker lv. r If ., ' as K 'AL - 4 1 lj Y Q- i, Gwen Parker i, ' , A 1- R: ff .ff , Q wnpyuw 5, A i ' ei Q ,, ' 'Sharon PaHf?'Sci L K ' W . 5 xi Vw' Paffffm L , 2. L1 mx Q QR A ii Gerry Pawn ' D i 'V W A ' 6 Q Rwgilv peeling - Af.-'L ' ' Carl Phisfe-r ' , ,gif Q ' Saily Piigi-ering , 0, A js :J X- Q, X ,. .wt .. Y ug Q! Jrjhkn Pgrosbifa - 5 4 1-V -' ' -K re iii Grd V Q- Y Yi Sf' gj 4 " ii ' Vicl-.y Pofienbarqer . . V . xiii, ' , V Pj, P13 rn v ' ' .,, Iiwihffriztr Q ,. 'A ' Teinrii PZ Sill an x ' ' W 5 is? ' LaVon Po'if3' F' ' ' A ,O D D H U 5 X' , R Pose' Fring- gf Joyigr-E Oijnni , Karen Racini- 9' ' . D ' A '- John Rader x V V - X Y Larr' Radi-e 'lr ' 1' A ' Q. D V' Dany Randaii K fax ir N D QV - N 2ifii,R5Q2i r ', X WQQQQQ pw- ,gg -5-fb 'W im Ream ' ' ' ' Fafesf Read my Judy' Reed Kar P-egedanz 5? 1. -N Q , it A Linda Reilinq , 4 -x ' A ,V , .4 'FX " Marilwn Reirnund X-7 QT. nn x XX gy Marv Helen Reifer ' X 'Q 'aa , ' PHE f,,. Rv ' V - 'I V ' K I A ' ima? Rihojgsmp A Ju-iv Rice Z Dave Richards James Righhari irnoqene Rini-QMS Q 5' L.. 'L , 1, Linda Riley V , ' ' . Dave Rinier " Q" F' Av QL M If Sieve Rinne V -- K.,-' 1 1 A ' ,W Sfemhen Rciberfs I If ',i ,. 11. Phil Robertson X X ' Diane Robinfon i Vernon Robinson " ' Dave Rodoci-er ' ' ,. Janis Peggy . " , f " Susie Rornan ' I? - I 9' 'L l, , Eugene Root - 'EE' 3 'A i t- N, Margo Rofh -xr ' .r , ' - - Francis Rouns L Jr' R, ,J S Qfffr- i' TX Eiaine Rousseau QM?-'Q-'. . - 55 Q , Sfanl9v Rowe Linda Ru'n gi I Frani Ruibi - ,, Kar Russel I 6 ' X ' 2 , fv. :K Barb Ryde? 1 Q , 5. v 7' 6 5 Q? Lin-Ja Sacca ' 5' J . ' Q' ' Dianna Salisburw wi sl I ' -' ,4 ' 38 Barbara Sawpson N- M' 3 i. X f V ' " ar Jini Savrnn V 5 'H 5 I A X i Diane Scneele David Scherer , Q Chuck Schiefershein A K Miio Schlaundroff - . " r " 1, f-- , S Suh L f . 's' 'R Ak " . Rini X, T' 5:-V 1' 'ni 'N g 4 Paar? Scfhriio Q .' " if ' mi J "x A Q Lr"X' Y 'i xy hihgfiziiignz D D ' f il Q Aix Xa L J H I A D ' Y John Stork i 'fig' x Q ' .. W! 'W' VN. 3' ,. 'K klxh-in I Carole Seibe-rf A ' V A Marla Se-slar rm Barbara Shari' 'i . 1 Dan Sheehan - Q, J ,,, 5 ,k,' , 'Maw snumews as Z 'A " Q2 H V ' H 4 Jane? Shown Sf- - , - -- 'Q' 4 A 'f " Nancv Schfever X H, NX -shy 'X .X 5" , John Savers 4 ' 'fc Q -'Tj-, ' e V ' ' uc. 1 ' Diane Sir-f"-fr"'ian M-- 1. , R , i ai. 1 ,X Ex X Dan ww , Q. Michael Snwead Clark Snnirn Cfiila Srniih I C fp X 6 5. - a, S Deiores Smiih . V J 1 V N . J ' ' ' 5 - tv ' ' if 1, ,X gf , -vi , ' F 2 , .R 3 udy Srnirh Rinhard Srrniih i i Wriaoean Snifh Y Biii Snad-Er Anne S05-3rhf:7"F'r Page 105 V1 Larry Soucie Diane Soulhern Dick Spake Torn Spice Carl Slabler Tom Sfanslri Nancy Slarkel Ann Sfellner Jerry Slodden Hilke Sloecklmann Torn Sloeclrley Jim Sfollz Max Straub Foy Slrolwl Bob Slrong Sonia Sluclcey Mike Swiliarl Beverly Temple Dave Tempel Jim Thalcher Bob Thomas Norma Thomas Larry Thompson Roger Tomlinson Peggy Tomlinson Jerry Travers Karen Treesh Jim Trowbridge Gloria Uelrechr Al Ungerer Gerald Valenline Terry Van Camp Jane? Vandervorl Sam Van Every Lana Van Meler Bob Varinalla Joyce Vinson Dick Voghr Carol Wade Sally Wagner Larry Walburn Ren Wall Bill Wallace Marla Walling Jim Wann Judy Warren Joyce Walson Carl Weaver Sandy Websler Larry Wehrle Sidney While Joseph Whilner Dennis Whonselller Jim Wighl Dan Williams Wallace Williamson Diane Wills Gary Wise Jack Wise Sue Wissinger Don Will Rulh Woods Sian Woods Joe Worlrinq Jim Worley Janice Worline Bruce Worsler Pam Wray Becky Wrighl Larry Yanl Barbara Yorl. Bob Zerri Pal Anderson Ted Borders Barbara Borlon Carl Brown Gary Buelow Donna Comer Tom Cool Tony Collerman Bill Doclor Jack Epslein Sieve Ervin Charles Feuslal Colelle Gillion Ron l-larlman Torn Hawk Susan Haynes Bonnie Herndon Sherri Hoeppner Page lO6 1,.g:gf Ii. - JUNIORS ,fi P T "" ii- V+ 9 ,KM is f y fr E - l XX Nw A 1 E... .- ,. , . i- f sf gg X sf A - fi 'f 7 m Wk.. ,U .WJ , 1 :Emile r ' i 1 'fu' x ,ev X' ..,,. K . .2 , V .5 , w . X - fisiiw an M i - ,iv -iii ii s:.:z2::::,ss:.iiiii - .izii .. 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V " ze , .4 gi z, i in mgywil ' "2 T QE, f we : l "iissEi:,,g . , 1 , ii, yn' ., an xx. . 4 ' il X lil "s' , .f - -,A A "' . A 'T if gzflmx' V 5 In ' L giisi g. i r 1, rn. ei.: ,v - ' ',,f :4 s ,, . rs mal . -' A ,sf o ,. " ,. . . X61 Y' 4 Yi iw ,Ugf w sf JUNIORS l15:'gy1a,A vf'w WA' V U ' Nun H-.JHVUSH W "ff . .I 3 Jssv-was Howard ' ' Howard Mason , 'Q ,A A" ff' hi' ' "" 1 , JA:-im Meffs : 'V 'y 'Wai 92 D-:nm Meyers '--...f A S 5 4 E' 1 -' C "- CHM-,rv Mczore . P-'nj iii? . 'Q Yi' L-iffy Mwses ' W ' 5 2 1 1' Jian Pri-'ma X .- f hw, QAM he Ph Ranl, " PPQQ- PM mv 7 ., , V Jin Say O ' . -. x :K 053 595 5, , 12 'Im " 43. 'Q " M.amoS':H'eit:1er y X 'f V , x : in E L. -.- FJ, Srnngle G' . , '1 ' ' x fl ' W J mf: SW.-1 lf' N , V yr' 1 - .- F1535 Y F , Eval: Val-amine 's l QE!! Ji 6' Q in Pau! Wehfenberq 326 -fdfrfr ,, Q Omen? Wegf 55 . , S ' fi R" ' . ,. 1 ' " ,19 5 'Q Q' ww Y . 9' -A . , - i l' - Kar,-fa W.4.,,,'1war.j Rom O'Brien Q Kar! Zwrvrvwe-rfwan Cafny Ximi- Jdvn Zwin fLe-H1 Nancy Huff, Carol Ranq, and Liz Busian oasis? Becky Wv'iqH+ if pfeparafwor for We Pmm. IULDPCY 'UNI Roy SMQN Ann Sosenheimer, Sfe-ye Rinne and Judy Glock are geen nIbb'mq before I: fel. fc-rrr-sl. Hcwer riqhf, Pfwylfis Bmw siaves Wwe cool com forf wifh some of he-r funior dassmaies. 5 Y 9 Q' Wm. tv 4 'I WN . A' ' ' X , A 11 S: 1 . f " V - - Q I K5 I 4 . L, ,J . .. . .9 ' , ' 1' .. , ' um ' A 5 if fx 'ff K -. 1 ' , px. 1 V ..-fi , ' 1 :mulls 'f'f' . .. : N ' I H 'r ,, M - ' , H-Q y . -'3 1 4 n I M- Q -Q.- 1-qs, wg , .1 3,,,2 4355.2-.V - . 5.3, v f- 5 . . .K , v , I K X 5. ' . -Mw- 1:-,,:- ' ,- - tf4"w:' ' v , .sf va. -.R V S Q ,5 ' KM-,,,...--Q--" ,fpf .fg ,U y f o ' ,xx A I I V 4, Dv Belly Adams David Adams Faye Adams Sandra Adams Barbara Allen Carolyn Amelung Kalhleen Andrews James Auspaugh Bob Armsfrong James Army John Army Ron Ausderon Bonita Babcock Peggy Bohde Donna Bair Harold Ballard Michael Banks Thomas Barker Sherrie Barman Dennis Baron Nancy Barrett Ron Barrelr Judi Barlon Barbara Beck Janer Beck Sylvia Biery Brad Bendure Janice Beneclfe Donna Bercor Russell Bertrand Linda Bir 6 Dianna B?anseH Susanne Blouqh Karyn Bobay Susan Bock Belly Bodle Wayne Bodey lla Bohlander Yvonne Boirab Douglas Borer: Phil Boschei Karen Boileron Michael Bourne Mary Bowers Jim Bowles Jean Brashu Dave Braylon Carol Brewsler Danny Briggs Doliie Briflon Jerry Brown Jim Brown Judy Brown Larry Brown Page lO8 En 's- N.. x. 4 vu- f'- SOPHOMORES l-laving finished Their second year ar The dome, The class of '6l is well on ils way 'lo a wonderful four years ar Norlh. The sophomore parly, "One Crazy Night" was a record hop and lalenl show. The officers oi The class were: Dave Clarlc, president Bal Pence, vice-presidenl: Jaclc Smirh, secrelary-lreasurer: and Thomas Barker. chairman, and Skip Tanner on lhe social council, The class sponsers were Jrhe sophomore home room le-achers. THA iii 2 A zi' ' +A Q- l ' - .jf s . e ., ar 5, n Q Y ffl: me Q Q - f wr- go T c Ti iam V in E 2' Tl- is B f ' Q' f r 7 " :ra 'fe ' ' A 9 . -V lss N R T T J W 1 s' sd' y 4.7: 7 y EA: any Y K n A, ly: '-., ,, Q L ,R -: 5' :vp r rr, , .gy r-ilf 1 1" ass A A assi - ' I , F f ir- X T 'iss . , T V- T ' ff 17 N A mad A 'ss-fir of T l g 'A' Y 57 T ef' -Q as 'il M 'W' W W ENE 1 1 W? by ,A 5 H l f ,:,AA.., ,xx 2:51 T A , Q ' ., il M - . F- 1 I if V f' 1 Af' ' s I T'-' . , fx, Q W 1" V , Q1 5 fci 5 :.,, 1 V . ' ,P M .,.. as UI' ...tx IS" X X i S? ' 9- V ' 3,4 QL 1 X2 SOPHOMORES 'A Q "lil Y gf ff 2 ' If YZ' V x , , 1. S ' '- 'K ' V J J J J J J' ' J , N 1 E K K M 1. , . If , A. i ' if , 5 1' 'LQ ' 'gqhws I "ha 4 X5 , 1 ML, xqv MQ . J -J ,w- . Q ,- ,BL 2 25, 7 hi.: X , A - X L- I J M - MA ' M ,. X AX 9. ' b mx. 51, Hs 4-A 1 ' A , 'gi -4 ,. gf: M I .K -5, x. f j Rex A , -Lv V ,:, It Ti C' V 'x X 07 4 ' R N I ' --, X cv' w .Nu-.E I w f Q 'Q , ' A W f I , 4 if - 5' ' , -. . JA , ' 1. . ' ., 2 t 1' 'AQ " E J X JJ my , J, 3 , as , 1 "'E' 4, 5 V x fl ,Gi S-,J . --' an ' x .-. 'A ' fi Q' ' Q 'N Q-Q! J fig! J V 1 x f' Q P+! LS. .5 f , ,.-if L- -:R gg " :X r X bi.. 'f Y 6 ,ff if Wh " , 7 X' ' ll, Y Q3 ' EA + J -i n ff 'YJ A? 'ii Q , f J 'J . .sbp X P fi ' Q xf' ' '-, Y Q X X X Q gf' f' I X. , 'Q V ' NN' K .Eg if i , I 5 , - , X + ' , ' .' Y . Y . ' x ' ' N J vw '. 9' T ,X .-f A ' 1 K wi N M R "N x ' 'R ' 2 1' I 3 2 . ,, , :Q 2 Q S ' 8 -1- Q fvqsf 94- 4 Cf nf' i' f' if .' S5 Nw J , 1 '9 , I FN J?g3l " :wa'u:1'i1B'm1 'Sam Bu 'Q BNI Bucswnnq MMP Bu'H'glTQ' Chuck Budaqe Jane? Bwlagc KEN Base Daflcam B,t!er Gene 3.9"-?' CHQ! Env? DJ' Cyn- DA C'a':,-JH L'1':3C'1Hw'ww S'f.fg- Came Pxffwl CJVEV LZ Cmrmqton Cuff! Cmrgrmo Bv:1uC1"'9lF Je"',C1'vi'f SJN1, Cas!"-0 Man Cum! ii Da' Cafes JV- Cwamuqh kafy- Ciwbaugh C' ,Q Cr 1' ters By C ww N il- ' ' 4 er J: fx CP -w'i!5r Je", C'i4i1gh3r SY-FV" Cwizffe DJ-:J Chula Jfff Chu' Ti-'v' CN srl' J:,tf- Clay DJ", CJ ':'1 L1",C fl gms J' CI , 96.9 Cir' 3 r P'NC1cS'i- Lwn CI PLT' Ci :vie Bifc-.'s'C1 C1'1'.3i '3'an!e, Cwwad S1l!,C,o:' 'w" J 53' J, Civ:-:er KI1re'wC,rEli'1d D rf-C-1"wd ,S JJ"'Qs CH' Dau- Cin ,M J' 'rw C Z S'3'f' CAN Fin Cwi' BHCH31 Bafrmn Cosa Tim C'JNI C-,vrwg Culberfsorv Pgn Qyvv' ings 1 Pu? Din mg BM, DJJ Cav", Dwws Ji' Dmisov Clam! Deirw K3'f-'v Dell Daw! 'a Dennis Jaw? Dennis Trgrw Dmwesc Peqqy Dey NV,lM.Jm Dui! Alan Dwji-com Dave Dijon Siarofx DHIS G-E", Doan Te", Dean J-33'v Doevwan Lmna Doedein Shlrlv:-y D-:IV GSM Ddmrhife JLJ, Donaqhy R-an Don Judy Dufwnev Shawn Doyle Lvvima Duncan Ermn Duxbury J-qmi'3 Em! JJ1. EJJQ, Jifn EK-Qfle 33,0 E'iq':f'V SAN Ei:qe'l, HMV' Ewsyzs Nefgn E-:Maris S,!v .3 Eqhev Page 109 SOPH Stan Embicl ""'f"7?X' N'n' ' We " ' -' "'-, Joe Ernenhiser AA "Qi " A - A ' - Sharon Emrick N "-' .A- 1 A ' C' x A AA' S A ' Joe Emmerson fy - .A A 3. r .1 , W - 'ggi ' A :AA AWA , . ' T5gQA.ED5'E sa f ' fr AQ 45,3 z -ri' HD, Q ff me r " if "J .erez .. 4 r ,J ., """' ' f- : -' -Jil .. - ' ' new EVM f . 1 -. 44 , ff an Evan Evans .- " ' '-...' v ii Qjzgag .Q - , Terrell Eyerf-ll " i I " A ,-A Tom Fair r, K ' A. Karen Fausl i A M' ' A rr - Susan Feller '1 . - ' " A A Judy Ferguson ,ff 'iz '. As ' Q A "K fi vw A r, 4 r R M" 5- ' M "- AA .K Danny FerriS 5 l ' z -R 1 i ' f ' ' James Finch A ' '-3 ' A A. 24 :2 A 53-hw' K i' Karen Findlev ' " ' , 'my ll ..,.... X Don rafesnne A:-i n A .i ,. , A , A X Gaye Fisher rif f ia , ilriirix ig - l , Q' i I l? ililflflfg ltt, 2ii':::e:2i? f ' '11- Gene Fisher - . A , ' Gary Flaudinq - A ., Q ,,,. A Phil Forlrnan AA AA AA ' Q . I' K ' D-ive Fosler , i " 3 - -v 'r' " 'nf ' r ' ', ' - Carolyn Fowler 1 F. l ' 5 . r if f Q". i Kalhy Foy ,A '55-H . , ,J f A i' K , Carol Fraze A A ,,,v' wr' 41 KI A i " ' 1 im? , A,A,A AA A- Pflm Fr lend 1 " Sue Fruechrenichl , ' l' 2, A ff x Jack Fulk E A A AAAA - A ' Barbara Fuzy r r A . ..' 5" 'f'Z A!, A A A..-15 -' Bob -. . , in Don 6 A A 1: , - :A 'ri ' A AQ nv- Y A.: :A Q- , Au AAAAA Danial Gage X ' X A ' A ff' f Al if .i L I' , - ' A' QAAusan gagde W A' ' 5 RA -X S AJ A! AAA 0 A erry ar A K. . X -f . 'J 9 AA AQ: ' A V5 eg - ' AA A ,Nw A Jerlyn Garlinq XX r, X 34 A 9 ' '-Q23 WYE 2 2 V U Kagearrevf M225 Q Nam ' . lim Mm Leslie aslon , rr AAA, , ,A.... , Karen Galer ,,,,s-1 ..., , , k4""'5!'- - 'vw .1 Cheryl Gales W' We ,Akf ti "I: " 'AA A ' , . A 'i Nancy Gales A v -' Q5 7 5- QM 'A ' - 1, Q Aa A ' -AI "l"" AAA 5' Dick eel? gr, A 5 5 A X ,A-, f- j, ' Rona d -ernrge i A - -fp r' A - - ,gl rl. 1 A Dawn Gerardo? A, if A Q L r' ff , is' X Y Y , A f ,, , J ucly Geller A' , ,A A' : ' A ' 4 W A ii Suzanne Gelrnnn Q- if f fi X . .- . Allan Girarclol , .,.A,.i, . .. A ,.,,. 5,5 'r AA me R Q Sfmdfe Glenn r -' ,.,., 1 , .... . 'iw - .X Q Alfred Goeglein ,QAAA K -"' iff AA Ja ' " if X- ,A " --Ag' Bill Gore H-X 'f KA 39- MP A: ":" A ,X i G v-,QM - -r ,li Q 1 -V. ' 'Z ,gli T Q Barbara Gorrell A3 r. " - L, 3' A ,V '-Q gg 5 gi Ag W' 5l'G'Un Gffffell . V if .. - "ir -:-vl: f - V 'i ' , , 5" ' lx Q' ". 'wi-1 Jinv Gran? ' ' -, if- iw' 433 - l V, 'WX , 5 Nancy Greene il Q . ,,, V ' ' A i M 902 Gglwh l la ish a:.f5i , ila, 3 rl li1'll'llf:rl'ii,,l Aw 2 aria rin ev Sleven Gross A ,, . ,ali-Q' AA,'AQ,AA.A-QA SharogGuisinqer K ' A - FH . A Lois urnp -A A 3,AAAAAf'f'.Fx .J Axpk w- ' 3: SA ' AA ,J .'3' Q A im! ,,- A f- vi A-A Slanley Guslrn . A QQ 5 A 5 ,. A r E -ff n Mary Lou Haberley X ii" A544 "' A A --1--' 1 -rf i l -rv ' 119' M ' -y ' S 5' Howard Hablq 'f 1gAAF -f flgfl. A A, . 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Q Y ' Jgrg LEG L N r 4 L U 'Vp 'fx X LQ ggynorsh EP x SSSQOSLULSWH Wo 'X MnjxQfgLLSvVe od 'Q 1 Ni' ELS? el 1 2-, N BMW: 3 R 53Qarr:1JV7'!,f- 5:3355 fgqMVeMdf he 1 O C MSS? nd J Q MMC Ian SS C ana KQ njQcvA',fb if N y CCJYCLC ur Sf: MEU S afE,Ac3Tlr:?n n nMn?fo J v 5 I r h caye gf nf ii' Y , W 4 P5 1 Pa ge 1 '1 i E571 In Sieve McKl Pat lvlcMesk' Bill McNamara Doris Medsler Judy Mee Brad Merrill Larry Merfz Bob lvlelzger Jud y Meye Sharon Meyers Keith Michell Lynn Mileli Dave Miller Fred Miller Bill Miller B r Z3 x 'Q Q59 ,qw - X - SOPHOM -sg fc '51 .W vm . . - ' lr'-lx ' - ORES 'Q v r: A95 A 135' ill! Fx '- ri , f -,W f :E 'X .i 1 W if if Hi ' I R R' N KN f rf 1 1 ' l- i ' iv' .ESQ l f- rf r y D D rl - ' -- QT' '7 ' T 2 K, 1 , ya, ermece Millelle 'X' l .. W kai r 'N l Carol Mills f fl r -4 'l W -, - Peggy Mills ,l x A . i ' vig, , Bob Mills 1 Judy Mi! , Wayne Moelwle i ' Val Moellerinq ,: , 'Q WX s. 17:3 -V , Sue Monnot - in 'Cv " l ,, iw 5 Gary Mocfe 1 "' jg' 'Q lv "" , fr," Mile Moore - J . 2 ' f 5, -ggfyr, 'fy Caml Moofllead - wig: fi X ' .i . V Barb Moorman -rr. EX "V .j XX Sfeve Moser ' W Doug M0565 K6ay.Mr3rrE A Q in urrfy' e K , 1- X . 7- V Q , ,h , Bin lvlylire in as g - ' y ,N Jack Naqelsen ' "' 'vo Q L. f X ,. ' ' " 'Q Mile Narfwala - yy, gag Q v f fly or .Q Beclv Neal D " x. f 'Y rg Susie Neff XF, 1 sl 1 Nancy Neidnardl ,V K' Jaclie Neire-iler ' M H ry, Sharon Nenweyer J 5, K ' ,f Fred Nr:-uls V v ., bi V g , , D, ,Q ZVA , Connie Nicole? . Q? xi j ' ' " ' " "1 ' Carol Nofzinger X., gf. H ' ' 'x " Y r J.: Judy Neurqe - ,A .,' 'C w 1 - Qi, LAN Wayne L. Odier f' '. ily, , l 'S : Jerry Ogg :Xl l 1 Basil Osborne ' Carol Page x Ruln Parl A, ,W Richard Parli " f' ff , Germ Parler fl' QL, f, f l Y l ' 31" Pai Parler "f , gg? ' yk, is, Russell Parler 'X We ' l Q ,gvf l ROQF-r Parrerscin r' -f ' 35- ' . - N, , . L Sham Parr A in ' X A-X, Kg N- Joan Parsons il ' bm Darlene Payton 1 N ' fl Ronald Pellon A b N Pal Pence " e 5' 'K e S v l F, . . Bob Peorler I -. rf ' "' ' W 'Q . T 'Q' Jolin Dwi , M ga f, - ,V . , Bob Pm, A , N on -l l l . - Q, Peoqy Petty Y 1 "W l . Q, . k , ' Mile Pigrga z fl ly K it A Carol,n Prrlcr Sleve Frm? 4 N iw I, Pam Pwifi- - Judy mane, ,i , g, , ,, W . Ma- David runoff "1 M A " . ff r S , Carclm P rdi' 1' V' ,, -,J ' " Dave Purim' ' 6' l I r , 1 Pi PM miym , .gg ,V . A M y lf, JON' F'.,'CQll 'X ' 5 H-f gi? ' Imogene Puff Gary Ouanfif- ' Colleen Quinn ' ' 1 J Pit- :af e fi- , , - Dogxn Rami? A in K . t ji 5. V" Q . i i, ya Ron R-jing " W ,. '5 f 4 If "Q 'Y"f T" vlfi' Sleyc P5-adgr . w il , rw- . A Y Ag Larry Radden , 1 , WJ' x :jf 1, ' N Q J '-33. . Lani Wm li Q,-J. H . 4 1 if Duane Reqedanz Linda Reid y A Joyce Rernensclineider " ' - . ,. I Mike Renlorlli ' n P ' , - U- A V .. i ' Lowen Rnodes , - 'S ,, - " . - . Ruth Rhodes 4 f I x - YY, '.- i ' 3 V1 x- 4 ' 1 Slepnanie Richards H ,. ,il I 'i .,, ,wp iq " r Joyce Ricliharf lf? 5 'lt Y ' f, ' '--' '1' f"'- 'Ay k e, Slanlev Kichler Q. hi W 1 XXX viii 'J if: ' 'i -A Page ll2 SOPHOMORES In -fs 5 3 l l Q: igv a x .aff T W. Li 'nl - 4 s Q M, -... 3 1 " 'Q' I -1 , 'gr W rx rl if as .Q 'l oak' - f 7? 2 ' 1 I Q 1 I f f vw Xl V ?x f e 52, -1: ' f -W Y 1 al ll . .Q ll My r Q nl 1 r r Salma! s. ll 'R TES M f l s sf- sa i ' 'z gb tg' 'Y ' -4 .xx lk' N ,. N ' 25 ' , W .5 F 5 V: FA A Q q xr. ,- X ,sv U R M O ,xj7x , '-'-1 X if ' , f -1: ---"., :Y 1 Wx 3 y sk 4 K ' U affg Q R :K ,- , ex 1 l j Q., ,Q 1 A lv Nj 1 '- A ' j R so tp l Q , 'C W. Ex. R- 5 V fi? 1 'F We' ,W - V 32 1 iv F' A 11 s .N Y -.., M 3, . , M Y, S1 ,l s lf' 2 4. Lrnoa Rc-erls Sfeonen Riggs Nancy Rlreharf Sharon Rinlrer Sharla Robb Donald Robbins John Roberls She-rrv Poberls Sue Roberts Bob Rodgers Ravrnond Roebacl Par Room Helen Ross Dave Rosslnglon Phll Rofh Slave Roudebush Barb Powe Carol Rulner Tony Runvon Judv Runvan Janice Rvder Sue Sauer Ellen Sclnaper Jrm Scheele Bill Scnelnn Judv Schnepb Barb Schranw Janis Scnrey Dorcas Schroclr Jl'n Sclwlfz Marlr Scnwam Geralo Sclnwarlz Karen Slornan Mlcnele Seaman Roberla Sebell Ar? Sehlaudrofl Bonnra S5-lzer Jw: Semler John Semler Clvarlofle- Slvldler Sieve Slwimer Marsha Shoda Bob Slwugerf Wlwitne-V Sidener Yeoland Slaler Jlilnn Slauqh Sarah Slvbv Dave Srnlvn Gene Smllb Jinfje Sowlln Sanura Srnrlh Jar, Srnlth Rosl.n Snavely Nancy Snole Norrrrnn Snow G-Effw Sm-Jer Dom Somers L,nn Soagrran Don Soulner Dale Spangler Sue Sparks Susr-2 Spencer Blll Spencer Mule Some Rubv Sorlnger Judv Sprinlfle Marlin Sfanger Karen Slanlhul Marv Sfaver Phillip Seepham Bob Slerling Cnarlene Stevens Jerrv Slevens Judv Sfevens Mile Sfevens D-ann s S?-awarl Karen Slleglllz Qlorra Silver Bao Sroul Daniel Sloul Elrzabeln Sfone Dan Srrall Mite Sutlu Rlcnafd Summers Lanna Swain Tom Swanlr Pug Sweet Cheri Tabacolf Dave Tannas X Skip Tanner ' Page ll3 4 These Freshmen seem FJ bi? confused afier being qiven di- recfions by Jfhn Fifch and Jim Gafrard. Page 6 .-...gf ' ig As soon as fhe yearbooks are dishibufed, groups such as qafher io sign each ofheris bool: for iaier memories, MANY TRADITION Parent are given a chance To pass classes, rneef Tee and have conferences if fhey wish on back-io-school niq f An oid irediiion has been ihe re-siriciion of ihe main To senims oniy, Ali iooic fo ward 10 fhis priviieqe. E 2 Diane Tore Lonnie Taylor Marcia Tayloi Nancy Tenvmvil Gorden Teuvicll Dale Terry Bill Tlialclici Dian-J Tliicmc BCl5y Thompson Francis Tmiliel Milfs- Till Kalliy Tselse Kaye Tuslison Donna Ullyol Ron Umpluey l'llylli5 Umlf'vwO0r,l Donna Van Liviqeu Bobby Vain Nrfss Riilli Vmqn-. Kaflileen Visicl: lvlmrylw VUl7 lmrr, Wmgzlei l'.Anrii,' Wnqnm .l.i1,li:4W.'vllel If--illl V! ill .lolivi W.illuy' .lnaiuiim X'Vnlle"i.iIli Neil XV.vllfnbiivq Beverly Wnlcis ,lr-yn. VV:illelS Vivinvi Vllxiiins Bvgya-:ly XM.'ip5,. +. lvlyrrivv Wnyiyli '. Jmvy VV5iv1.nw Dining W-'iusmvi Trim Wnlr-ri Bron-l-i Wunviri .loc WCl,i4j'l Dicl. Wr-lnvi Jerome Wullvimu Sandra Wlical Judy Wllllmivc? Roberl Wlvilcf David Wilkins Sleyc Willrzl Jim Willman Carol Willa .lim Wilson Marqmel Wil Slave Wilson Flo Winltlsr Davi.l Wqicff Alii r- Wool SUIT .lim Wufliils Bob Worley, Marilyn Wviqlil lloviviii' Wulf-r llriili Yfirl Darugll Yovmi Marilyn Zfiqev lil Ziillli Qlevff 7frIlf-is ,luily Yrrviifw Rob'-il Amlursun Clzwliiiii Ailfmis Dail:-vig Bubble Slcyc Berglic-ff Paul lliery .lolin Carlin .lad DLiwlirvS Rodqr-a Prim .lim Hmnflr,iri Bonnie Jiilinson Wanda Knlilenlieck Linda Olson .lay Osborne Becky Riqhler Waller Schalianslc' Jane Sommer: Jim Walers Don Zimrrierrvzan Page ll4 SOPHOMORES HQ M2543 lr., E F .XM A y W I W :gr Z b . ' A y up lg X' QW 'fi' . .A ,b , , L ?, 2N V Q 4 . Zb: S n nlillii l 1 '-BW . ii k 1 A f 4. 'r" . . 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K . nz W 4 A. ii T, i Nfl' 35, ff fr.. 7 QQ A 'wr ,I-:ff wr 1 Lf., ,iw 1 X " V 9-V, , X Q, J 'H . f - , gi A .V in A f i if i"QK"ii SOPHOMORES - 41 in 'bf' iff X-4, A . r Ar, James Lewlnfki is rgnngram ated lfpr H5 perlorfnance in 'cyranf' fy we ff L g Enqlgw f Qgggg Tr? frudmvf if-,Q --,f,-wp nq im wifh some lrlend'y ills, 'pr ww. hil Rofh, Tom Lapp, John Griflifh, and Jack Srnilh half- Seyeral cl 'he fipn:f'nfre br-,y sewn lo bi- enloylng fha dvanlaqe of lhe hof summer monlha by falrinq a dip in a 'lancinq 'l Karyn Brirbiry al llwelr clans parlyl "One Crazy eighboff swlrrvhlnj UQ-ul, ' Nlqnlf' The- program -Wag 3 lalenl Shrnw, 5 ,N rad Bendure- and Sleyie Richards help guide Mr. and Mrs, Atwirrf Spllzberg lv C-nr? Cnc rw Vlan Q aclchlo School nlqhl, al Novh Side-'3 annual Judy Adams Lanlis Allen Nancy Allen Roger Allen Cheri Allekruse Milne Anderson Terry Arney Marsha Arnold Nancy Arlrnan Bob Allison Bonnie Bair Gene Baker Billie Baldwin Sharon Banks Don Baral Linda Barbour Richard Barnaril Donna Barnell Elaine Barrera Mary Barrel! Carol Baslielier Shirley Ballersclii ll David Beach Marjorie Beamer Sherry Beally Kalliy Boll Dicl Bellz Sreye Bennoll Bill Benninqlioll Mile Beslev Tom Biggs Mile Bir Judy Blain Jerry Blaising Albe-rl Blum Judy Bobilyii Jane? Bone Louie Bonharn Kalliy Boolioul Jan Bornlraqc-r Ed Bower Clili Bowers Judy Bowlby Janol Boyd Judy Braby Jirn Bradley Dale E. Braun William Braun Judy Bredemeyer Jael Breese Ann Broclf Beverly Broclrell Juanila Broclnau Belly Brown Page ll6 S FRESHMEN Freshman class ollicers, Bill Kelly, presi- denl: Jim Roberls, vice-presiclenl: Slierr McKay, secrelary-lreasurer: and Pally l-ludson, social chairman were elecled in January aller llie lresliman B's arrived. Their parly loolc place in llie lale Spring and was called "Selling lo Know You." if 11, Q A fjpwii ., B : ,, it i, N ' , ' ' , 1' mi .J 2 ' ' ki "" ' Q . i ' 7 , l 4. ,TQ fy lf", gg-I' v- kr ly , J xi. if i vu XL xl'r R 44' .W m 'gk l . . V -i B Q2 2 'B fl-4X5 f B E lf x iii- 'rw lwflll l , if fi J ' :iii ,1., g Q X A Vis Q ' - fx xg . J V , , " ' 2:, .- ii, ff KALJN l 3 A ig, , .323 3 w v 4 'T v. N 'YI K It 3' 5? . -all W K llxx ' Wi 1 it I ' .l Ar! F iz in ' lA JI. . 2 - J 2 B We i X li Q 'L X '71 1 r ' -iw. ,X .. X -we FRESHMEN 1-. if E61. I 53111, 111 Ewan B E' fir," amz, Buzz? Q N Q v W fb Sa H 2 . 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C 3 Q 3 and Y 'i"', Cfaf-dal Bw" Cwt 'qef U: C':'weIl MH' Cfoo Jzaw-e Cu!! J.:, C. new 3- f- ,, ,,,,, J., X., g - S3':, C.s' -g Cwfe D3"'E1N D Z- 'Janes Ty' Di, ns: D:-, DL. Te", 03.5 TQ' Da, D:.q Da.: JJ, Def 911' if ow 0 Y , r' M., ..f,, T-Q' 3, D C 2-f D .ef 2.9 Size'-3. J:,e:' Died 32" 2 DDM? 2'g"'a Fa". D32 Dt"3 D30-all Pqw D'a.e' B-:sse Duma' M-fz' DJV9-v Lfzz Eas' 9-- 51'-T Dv.. Erlif Sr S 'OW 'E I' qer N Jia' E'I'r,H C21 ,' E ::' V i-i, E-QIY: J.2, E2 ' My- Ez ' Ja-Q' Enf- Jz' Esze' A 'Q Es:':' Ht" Exe- DV' s Ei'e'i?' fr: E.1's 5e'e' Paz?" 9 , 53.1 ..- :in 5 A Cyp 1'-:Ente C'e' ' Fe-E T Vi Fa' Page H7 Bob Ferguson David Feuslel Richard Findley Sherman Fisher Sieve Fisher Ronald Flickinger Marlf Foellinger James Ford Roger Forlrneyer James Fosler Sandy Poster Lynn Fowler Owen Fox Ronald Franke Peggy Franiz Rosalee Freiburger Elaine Frenger Patty Ann Froebe Jon Fuller Jarn8S Funl George Fuz, Marv Alice Gall Linda Gardner Tom Garrnan Charles Garnelle Donna Garferl Carol Garrison Anne Gaslill Lynn Gass Judy Galton Daniel Gehnian Jill Gerdinq Conrad Gelz Mike Gibson Kennelh Gigli Donna Gilliam Dixie Gillrspie Pal Givens Sharon Goble Larry Godfrey John Geller Judy Gordy Donna Grail Susan Granl Sylvia Gran? Mary Ann Graves Martha Gray Russell Gray Niclf Grlschlre Susan Grolhaus Ellen Grungrich Mary Guisinger Jane Harnillon Bud l-larriilfon Myron Haines Arlhur Hafner William Halvey Jack Harnilfon Allen Haney Sandy Happel Georoe Harford Dororhy Harrneyer Charlotte Harris Becky Harris Harold Hail Sharon Harfrnan Carol Harwood Anne Haslings Toby l-larch Bob Havens Bill Haverslocl Karen Hawl Susie Hehllev Chere Hensley Ronald Henson Carl Heuer Sharon Hiclox Lynda High Gary Hinton Gale Hilcncocl Jim Hoar Bob Hmig Karen Holrnes Randy l-lolocher Bill Honecl Danny Honeick Mary l-loneiclr Julie Hoover Sharon Horn Jim Howell Page ll8 :ga FRESHMEN . X- ' N-r k,,.,4 Q - 'NP' h I 'T l X g l Q J l g 11 ,ul x Z X! S J lm Nfl sv i lie' N V -Q 'J S 151' ix-. ps ' r' ' as .Ti Sm .si 4' ee' x X V AF.. Of' le' r L1 S l E S M S l wi fl i Maas' 35534 ii 'Y ' S 2 4 '- M , Im ,wi as ll i is 3 fr.1 gs ' i - 4 ' -1- Q , -A -, ,L ." " ' Fl l A c af- ., ... gi 71, sc? , i. -A ,. girly .Il M Qkhyif ,ii f:-f-by-ax , l fe: fr' I , . 'T ' Q AJ A l 5 it 'l 5' ' - 5! Y .Q l A Y J f J J l , fl fxi 1 ' l of . li ' me -Quin X F n it 'T' 'S' I FRESHMEN Pm! Homer Rmfvaf-Zi Hosrler R ' B'-He Hcmser r 5 v F .a Q. Saw Hmwer ' x -if J A K Jann Hubbafd ' 4 V f Y ' t7' J' 'W L ' Pav, Hudson ,I I j fn i' , Mifwa HUH I ' ' .L fi Myron Huffnwan K I '-' V , L, "z': r'1.'t- W Jonw Hugn-eu vfwm Panj, Hunver Cfawq Hmcnens ' V ' Ann Huw y ff 1' - " 'N - ' A, 7 Bob InsVi-1 : A -N 02' K, ,.. A g A N Q Q STe:x'T,1nL'LllrYLne 1-., sb' vb -xr L , 4 Dum JJLL-svn Q A ,E - ,-,. ,xf,V"w ,f' 7 X H . 'I GN:eqqJJ.3l:Lson .L - 1 ' '-a . A K Lic- Ames yi' ILS, X N 1 . l l 4 x Pm'NMsJarnes I! .AA Scuj Jannev A-, FS" Jynnuin fi' , Bob Johnson n .- Q A F' S , - 'F ' Sal! Jgbnson -v r- 4 v ., N ' L, .I ., L "Z w N- - ' Joanna Jofnsfon 'Q - if ' -, L' A ' -K -V, . Ka. Johngfon . 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' ,., 'v...,x ' M3fw.3n Kubu- N, A X s ' Donnny Kurizv :rfi r 'EA Sh ,Lm'LKunfz SaiQnL adgq a Une arf X Pau! Larvb-ef? ,fe f- , 3" .N A '15 ' ,I .7 :K Div? Lanuuell - ', ' uyf " ' ' A 3 5 "' Mgfu Lmg X I' ff- Q-N' Q J 'A I 'Q Su' L:1n': ,. H 'f .9 . - 'K L ' ' BML L3'1"W1v'Q , , AMA ,,, xr Shiva Larvf:-er gg ,AA X QI X A Mau Latham Jus" L03-QV' Susim Li'gm.on ' ' A 'K 1 Donors Lecbwhriner ' :L '95 : 5, 57' A 6 4-, .. ,gl Carol Lee ' L ' iq "' sw "Sw L- it L .13 'N A lv 8' X ' 4' 5' 1 'N-. ' Sf:-ve Leqgefv 3 'X 1, X " siiigsf. - , X, Ti-1 Leoifd ' V X 'tix .ii -HQ Lowa Porter ' Dave Lew fmt. Rcnnwe Lewws aff Q ,I 'Mix A Surg Lneibrwf Q :. In 57, + I u SMD Lmdenbefq - ' ' ', -Mx " , 4. , Gkwa Lonev 4 QW V 5 X A X - MAE- Lonil N. -,S ' t Pat Lowks XB ' n ,L . Pafrnjnah Love "' 'W - Dave L-iwderrwlk is T 3 ' Dave Luiisb " 'C"5'f"L W Dariene Luce . ' Pal LJ: wx as 7 3 I A ,N Vfijv Lvwfv L - -, 4 ' . R 'f ' H Q' M., 3 I ff, Y X -', x". 'X 'M Sindwwj Majcg , G- .4 1- N '- 1, '3' N52 1 ' , ' 'J , ' A. 4. x Beverly Maiev A Carol Markwalder ' Karen Marsh Page 119 J N I I Arlene Martin Mike Marlin Bob Marlin Tom Marlin Virginia Marlin William ' Marlin Pal Masloob Linda Mas? Sand ra Mathews Becky McArthur Donald McClure Sfev en McCollisler Joyce MCC oskey Rosalee McCoy Bob McCullough Joe McGuire Jean Mclnlosh Sherry McKay Mike McMeen Tom Meek Ellen Meier Janice Merrill Larry Melferl Jim Melzler Bob Michell Larry Mila Bill l'l'l Miller John Miller Jqay Mui l el' Kirby Miller Roger Miller Sleve Miller Sue Miller Yrern Miller orn Mills Sharon Minyard Max Moore Phyllis M oore Gloria Moreno Irrna Moreno Brenda Morgan Paula Morgan William Morningslar Mia Morris Mary Moses Pal Mullins Linda Murphy Charles Myers Connie Myers Don Myers Gary Myers Larry Myers Ruth Nash Sally Neidhardl Jim Nelson Jean Neuman Jerry Newl-lard Jan Nichols Fred Noll Judy O'B ,, we ,IW ,A aa, wmv '55 4 ear A is Marsha Odier KB' Jarnes Orcull' Pal Ormislon Ma rgarel Osborne Connie Osrerholf Sue Oswald Paul Parker , Ann Pallerson Susan Paulson ' Janine Pelers Williarn Pelers Dole Phillips Norrna Pieper Mike Pierce Jeanne Pliefl Bill Pool t ,- Sandra Polls "B Sleve Powell Bob Price Gregory Price 'X Jarnes Prine Don Pr osser Walle s av-S is .Vg f. in 'rf r Querbaclc Bill Rainey ' ' Donna Rasley ' Paul Raver J, kiwi Zi su im Read Com Nyla Rechl MSW-fe-Q - Jerry Redden '- Mary Reed X l Page l2O sl ? ,Q-J 4 5.1 FRESHMEN "' A J., 1 , ss ,A y Q 4 , r,' ll 1, Q1 if K 5, . X211 +1 A ..i we N- e Z- L .z P i 4 ' iii 'nl ll F2 vi in . X 1" . Y-f -2 ' ei- I Ae, KV ff Q , pfge, "TJ," ' N, -x i Af 'N ' X pxj 'Q M, :A 'V :fi 'Wi Baia . ' -fir. il Wir lrillfii y yy M, ' 4 wi - 3 Ll We 'W' ,--.e . 5' rf- in B , 2,5 f -B e "" 5: ...' 'I -Q 2 E, s L. :s i N: , 'fi .. 'X ' 6.1 1 : : 'Q f -'Q X 5 P , , ' 1 , ' 'fy ' 'W J r We f .,.., l A ix lv -a f 1 ffl., -xy 2 X 9? y " seg , fax jeg J B- - Y .N .-as ef ea L if ' " 4 7 1 , 'hifi V We I - yr., - A Wag? J r . i f . , I ea,- - ,L . ,AMX 2 ' , 'M Q, 33. r,y so gs, ,. gm, ' -A . . x W. . Mg, X , i .,, :X , , ivy? :ma .e- iff rea ies eff ee. i , . if, f 4' RS' . Q, ,Q ' src- -li x M it 7 , W 'N B ,. ' B s WH 3, g.. gl fl - M AAL i ' -' ' xiglhfiire , 1 V -2 - J Q 1 ,X ME. W si as -4 .5 to N 3' al A fr . 2 -fra, like-:. . i fi! I V '," , : V: Mi Egg W W ll ,,,,, y 1 z vi W: wA.J " ' 'X - ' els?-- 1 3 -". "Er i 'f A ' Q f 1 inf' , " 4 4 'ff em J' ifvn f' wif 'ef sg ai'? ' ,ls... 1 A ' 4 fll 1' " ' f X' 'Fl ,l s r lille ..,,,. J Q-ha 5 ' A ':' ,. . :we 3 k y Q y f"'j 'F' ., ' 1 ' ' , YQ ,I , ' , M! , , l ' . Y ' ik -+1 .fl 4 ' i l 0. ' llilni .l Y 8 6 tn Ca in VX -i -u . ,f A ' Lqs. V I I2 Nw F I' Q- . W L RESHMEN Q Mary Reed Bill Reeve: Nancy Reirnund Marilyn Reiter Shiela Reirig V' Paul Rice J W' , ,, 'S Jim Rice ,V f 7 Teresa Riihard 5 - Susie Richards I. I. Bill Richardson Q . Barbara Rider ,it 1 :gf 1 Lgeien Riidel W ak 4 " ' " " . ' ,- -A , ' L bb lr if " Yea M' " " ' -- V' S Dglrgiibeifs ' N ' . 1 J . . C 'L NN N X ,'--- ,' Garnett Rcberrs 3 ' 5' .fi A - ' , W " ' T' Jim Roberrs A P, " M, Tam Robe-fig 515,123-iimii Connie Robsffmn David Robhsr ' Anne Pogarscn J Carol Rogers A v X ' Q t W ' if 5 A, . ,, :J ,Q 6 Beffy Rolland . ' 4. 5-.PI 'c ,g. fi ni N J z Maria Roman .' I , r L' 3' ij ,if t 5 ' Larry Rornanw I ' 1 " 9 5 1 ,., .. 'Ar' rf 5 ug, Bob Remy L r Y L L , , , . .QS f ii 4, f ll Y X -1- X 'r Dave Rondo? L iii y ' r X " V gk Aff 'V Connie Rorh Yvonne Rousseau Karol Ruby Roberf Ruch 1: 9 ' - N "'. ' Q 5 ,, ,L 3 f " Sandv RUN-er . L gy .- fa S- 1 .fa f . L' L W 5:63, 'W M645 " X L L L - .L L Biiimr in 'Ai fa , I 1' j-. Pi, 4 Sieve Schaefer K A , q fi L, - 45 1 :Q i, 4",.3,'ZL sandra sfmriamii L Cindy Schanlaub X Y ' , Dan Scheilenbach I , ' ,Q Dial- Schlaiier G, X 1' N' J' r' X 1 J A ,, ,,, 6' ,. 'Vg T David Schlie X - , 3 , V V W ' I , W BiH Sabina iv ' ' N 5 5 L " ,f -lf 'Q "W gig vi-I xv Barbara Schnepp Life x""',3 l xi . G, . "' -r " LQ X Lf - ' N ri ,117 gafhe-IrigehSCFfneider ' X' ' X : v- Iflf i " -. WO i f LX 1 x r Sally Schuiciz W Sharon Schuliz , ' Judy Schwarri ': A Larry Scofr "i ' L ' 'P no 7 " Sandy Scot? . ' rv : : , 58 5 ai ,, L , - N .Q .-1' f- v - Q Q , my A ee Seffern CL N M ! ' 4, at v. SX' ' mf Karen Seibli-rf f L- -M , Q... . Q is Q.. , W' 1 8- , Paui Seiberr A fy WN'-ir vig f :Eg 4 A C i. fm any V, .nifif N :Si 4 5' -'15 2 9 , , Shdffin Sfflef "f"7'f' W 'A " Dave Seney ' Merlsn Sesiar i A ' X Mason Sharfs . ga ' " 'Sty f .4 GQ: rf 1 .f . .. Don She-rb'nd , K, -. .L '51 N. , ,ol Joan Shirrizr V ' H., y' ' wr J g af ,r ": ff Sharon Sh Lf f . 'X 1 A 1 ' was 'ri Jack Shari P - A " X ' tix 'V-fi. A V jf' Jim Sievery S' X X w3f3"" 9355, , hifi I"-. 2 X, aff? Linda Siqier H A -K Bili S ler Y, Mariiyn Sills ' ' Lhda Srnerman -f -'TQ FF 3. 1 4 , ,, 7 Margane? Slack .5 . :Q xi .V ,zum 5 , ' 1 Dave Siauqhier X1 '- V. 5 I f 'civil 'Yr' X Charies Smead . ,' . K1 'L' , ' Barbara Smiih L 53 gms-, - 5-V 'R mari I varol Smith 1 ,gig -- -2, 95. Judy smnr S I --my - V YYY' i-1--T Linda Srnifh ' '55 Roger Zmifh - ff Sylvia miih ' 9' 'T - f- . as - 45- ig G- WA Pam Srnocl ,- ,iv A 'M .3 -1- N. . ' ' A 'if 1' Lesi'e Sn der . nfl, ' I v1 ii' 1 if if "" . NZ' Loulise Slrq Y 174-32 15 In 'LQ W ' ' Y ' 4 ,i V abr x Dave SD-ale i - i -RL-c iii nfs ,s I"?"1.-"'2 Wiiiii- , if? Ken Spungle , 'M' N it 'ff' 2 NX 5 Mary Spice ' ' Caroi Srabier X Jirri Siarrwm A Sharon Sfari v m -1- 5- K7 , Diane Sveb'nG LV 9' Ax' 1 15 X S - 4, DLan Srier A ""'. Q ,, K ' KJ U f V. . ,.' V,-rl M 1' Kam i L lLfS If Sroeciel A1 V Lin F VY7an a Sfoniberq da S I Your Dave S f L Laley i Page 121 LK I I Page Richaro Strong Karen Sruclrey Ken Sfudebalrer Marlene Smfz Ted Surnrners Diane Sulfon Pnul Swilwarf Terry Tabacofi Larry Taylor Dicl, Teeiers Jacl Terzin Bill Thalclner Marlene Thomas Barbara Thompson Larry Thompson Mile Thorne Barbara Till Rowena Tifnbrcfi-l Jolwnm Tori'- Siepnen Toon Sue Trimble Sfeyi Troya' Har-Qld Tuclf-r Tom Turnf2' Dial Urnrw:-l Sandra Underwood Richard Unqerr-r Jim Van Every Babb , in Van Mcfer Nancy Venderlf-5 Yyonnc Vergon Pay Vining Wilr'na Vinci Bob Voqlvt Alyls Vnwav Drnna JQUE' Sharon FRES mv-Q ,S 47,-K, .- ' fan ' :wi H1 1 it-'jun 1 1- ci w L' V7 - E- f ' A '4 'N' - J. Y .Ji M sox t Q " L Q ...U ll , 1 QL. .- ': .. 4, Q "" 'V sq ,- f I I , A ,-, V J , Q ' A Akin: I Y' X- 1 fir if ' T ,ss 'N- . A la V Lf xv, 5 .hy A T7 ,ii ix.: ,JH ,i Wac1f" Tix' Roger W Wanlel Don Waller Mile- Winller Kirnb all Wall lioblyr? J. W M . . 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'Q 2 A ,, , ' L Judy Widrncye' X . i iz . ix , 'Q U' My -. .lan Wilrle' ' T 1 ' "' "W, Jolvn Wilfmliq Xa frfx kk A' , 'Q Mary waning "-- , j 5,-,f ij ' Bi-my wnifn A 1 A -. fifw Rilo Williams , Q rmiwd Willic Wyg, r"""', V Jeanne Wills y f ,F ' , David Wilson ' - ' ' i "A " ' i4"f 'F fs X ' L Ruin Wise ,':,. ' 1 V5 Y-V Snaron Wifrnrrr 1 M A 'V' K ' ' V ff ' X I NJnCy WQIYZ 4' j Q ,. f J ' l X, Larry Woods 'Y xfxf Il , , Jlrri Wriqlvl ' -' x 'H 'M h Joan Wriqlwf I, Bob Wriqley , ' David Wyse ,V ,, A A ff ,, Bbob Yorl , 'U - " ,wg 'H' f ,. - 1-' :tx A "' -enP Young ' L' Q i i ' gy, Linda Young 1 r fx ' '30 A , , ,S Q Williarn Young , . 'V ' 0 K ' sw, Ta-E Q K Q? YZ Roger Yovan 1 Q ff yin'-, Lynne Ziemer M , ' "ui 'i" 'i 'Mil ' A ' Bill Zion . , Jerry Zlrllf- Claudia Ackley : JI -3 .. i f V ' ' Jaclf Ailven ' S '42 ' Hank Alfschal F T 'LJ Marlin Anspach ' ' ' 4 A f Judy Arneffc M Sandy Axson I ' 4 Kahn Barrel ' l22 t . V1 ,4- tf' ai v'i Vx y... ' 4 75 F fx. l 1 FRESHMEN M x- W? X A t . 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Tamnehlll Kafhv Thomas Sleve Turner Jlrn Van Every Anlonla Vargas Randy Websler Bob Welsenburger Steve Welss Mile WPI? Susie Wlnkelman Judy Wolff Joan Wright Bob Avers Cra' lg Bessvwf Richard B olwde Sherryl Buller Jame S Caldwell Phyllls Evan K s enmn Gfiffln Steve Ichuber Mike Svresser Kenneth wxebez n urg arer ., .' -Q ff' x .n' VY urn l m ! E, . , 'lf' I 2- ' S ,Q . ft ' " gm : , M - jx Q, ,Gs gf- QNX I . "' lk! . , -". ,.j.': ' 1 :WW ' ll W1 lll'iSfM:5lQ, 'Q A A 1 W wr EDC. . FF 1- , Fl: is ,A ' S Elk A l ' ya-,,, Q ,,, ,,x, k1-Qm,,. r R5 F ' l .- L 'P ,Q-4 -5 ,, T M' ' , Tis Q f f S S we QQ! L ll Judx I o M xyx. L 'Iv' I. AQ A I 1 T i Lei? Mx in P-11' VJ 71", P-4,3550 1 . l 'nf 'C Cm "'i I " V :ii Q Q 'Y r. ' 34.5 ws "9 V7 sperm A-a-- JN- ,W H:-'-Q X La L - 1- N 3 w 50 4 r H it ,g. f x M'-'H Fw ,-'L .5 H..-1 - 'Iii Y dk., A Q M, , v Q.. t N . . 4 4 , V 2 u J :Til A 1 ' , V'!' 1 wi ' H M-'Q v.-.1'- 'fi' 1: 9""" 15.12 age 125 Our genuine school spirii highlighfed 'this year's spor'rs evenis. From fhis spiri'r dis- played in cheering blocks and by vigorous individuals, come inspiring performance of +he Redskin feams. The 'fooiball 1'eam's cap- 'I'uring of 'rhe cify championship, and +he successful records of fhe 1'rack feam did noi' over shadow our ofher sporfs. We are io be equally proud of +he loaslcefball, fennis, and cross-coun+ry's en+husias1'ic exhibi'rions. All of rhese players worked firelessly before as well as during fheir games and mee'rs. The coaches and rheir assis'ran'i's devofed many hours of work +0 produce 'reams such as ihese. The speciafors gained from ihese games a loe+'rer undersfanding of fair play, cooperafion and in1'egri1'y. In appreciaiion of fhe enrichmeni' spor'rs gave io our year, 'IM MWOM! fl, Page 126 w 'nwgg PP 0 Y? - Y G- A F lk in 1 N 1 . QQ Y .5 4 8. 'N 4-01" . ,wv 'fl' .yu W ,. t at Q is 5' XJ illmywi 9' 5 FRONT ROW-Tom Lindenbeig, Jacl l-lnfenbacl PaT Riley, Kar Zimmerman. Larry Soucie. BACK ROW-AI l-lapner, Dick VoghT Char-4 Figugfgf, Mile Dalgorn Ron l.aTnc,m Award Tew Jifn Lang. Cinch B'uicL, was noT piesenh i,Y.g.g AV. K ,, A Tiir-d ou safiuhed Redslin Ti,-.-rn leave, The Tico' aTT Th hairs Tfuf1hT Crrimdia game which .- -, fur Tirsf ciTy win in vrriipir years, Page T28 BRUlCK'S lAST SEASON CLIMAXED HighlighTed by vicTories over SouTh Bend Ce Riley, Concordia, and in The l-loliday TournamenT The Redslcin baslceTball Team Tinished The s wiTh seven vicTories and TourTeen deTeaTs. The Red and WhiTe TeaTured a Tine shooTing ball handling club whose wealcness Tell in deT The heighT was provided by senior cenTer M DaTTorn and Torwards AI Tew, Jaclc l-lallenbaclc Ron I.aTham. The baclccourT squad was exTre sTrong wiTh senior PaT Riley and iuniors Jim Larry Soucie, Tom Lindenberg, and Karl Zimmer man, The season had iTs share oT Thrills Tor R Tollowers. ATTer an opening win over Hai CiTy, compeTiTion sTiTTened and vicTories hard. The overTime loss To CenTral was hearTh ing, buT spiriTs were boosTed by Twin vicTories The T-loliday Classic. The play ThroughouT The of The season was spoTTy, improving aT The Tinish wiTh a major upseT over The SouTh Bend Ce Bears Tollowing our TirsT CiTy Series win in years over Concordia. The Redskins sTumbIed in The SecTional To a rugged l-lunTerTown squad compleTe The season, Coach Don Bruiclc announced his resignaTion The end oT The season Tollowing Tive years as head basl4eTball coach. l-le will be succeeded by By l-ley, -E who will have seven oT The TournamenT sgua reTurning. 'Q-. Wim We sueew gfjn of Jenn Pefefinl, George Peregcy and f-x P: .1 u S+: ' B' ann Tzck gc-od care of the afhwefes Mus year. SOUTH BEND CENTRAL UPSET uclfjify A P-Iarfford CIW . Muncie W Wasninqfon Cenfral , Laporfe ,,,.. H , . Auburn Hunfingfon Hollday Tourney 57 Norfn 49 Norfh 65 Norflw 54 Norfh 50 Norfh 73 Norfh 64 Norlrh 74 Norlrlw 33 Norfn 69 Norlrh 46 Norfn 63 Norfn 51 Norfh 44 Norfln 52 Nor+n 56 Nor+l'1 54 Norlrh 48 Norfh 64 Norfln 61 Norfh , Rensselaer . Mississfnewa . Soufn So. Bend Riley Cenfral Calflnolic .. Goshen . Elldwarf , ..SOuTl'1 Mlshawaka . . Cenfral , . Michigan Ci'ry ,,,. .,,Concordia HMSO. Bend Cenfral HMSO. Bend Adams Wufn The-fr exoeme-nee, ace p'ay, and defef'nmaMQn, semofs Pa? Rd-ey and Milfe Dafrorn ace fnis Xe-ans squad. Pa+'s T r: d 1 ba!! nandiinq and Dawps pivof work and rebcundinq formed J One-fwm punrn -an We B-3'dv.'OCd. Page 129 lb' W. gf, .K M 11 .X y. F ... 'm M I N if 4. f X . t K4 , fi 2 if - S li .3 :Q I . 35 X I ff 41 U A. Y w LX! FRONT ROW-Sian Heine, John Grifiiih, Chailes Feus1e1, Paui Sie-ry, Dave 1-1ei'ber1, Coach Hey. BACK ROW+1om Lapp. Don Gag, A1 Hapner, Did Publow, Tony Punyon, Jack Sinifh. Pon Cummings, Bufch Snow, and John Layrneyer were absenf when fhe picfure was 1a1en HEY'S BOYS PROVE ABILITY De1ea+inq a fouqh Michigan Cify five proved one of Jrhe maior accomplishnfienfs for Nor+h's Re- The opposihon doesn'1 heave Ron Curnniinqg, open You gffen, for when they do his shading proves dead1y, serve Squad. This vic+ory, 'roqerher wifh eighlr ofhers, pushed by 1-1eyis boys above 'rhe five hun- dred mark, as 1hey dropped eight In Cify Com- pefirion, 'rhe Redskins broke even in six sfarfs. 50 Norfh 4-O Norfh Page 132 05C?l'Ue 43 Norlrh Harhford Cify 35 42 Norfh ,,Washing1on 35 32 Norrh , Cenihral 43 Norrh Laporfe 41 Norfh , Auburn 35 Nor1h H Soufh 36 Norfh USO. Bend Riley 47 Nor1h Cenfral Cafholic 50 Norfh , Goshen ' 31 Norfh E11charf 41 Norfh , 5ou1h 1 48 Nor+h Mishawaka 1 37 Norfh Cen+ra1 3 44 Norfh , Michigan Cify 1 54 Norih Concordia SO. Bend Cenfral So. Bend Adams Q05 AH! ell 26 Norlh . . . . Garrell 41 Norlh . , . Garrell 41 Norlh .--. , New l-laven 33 Norlh , Cenlral Calholic T3 Norlh --. . Cenlral 44 Norlh -M Soulh Side 29 Norlh Soulh Side 28 Norfh , Cenlral 40 Norrh - Concordia 40 Norlh Elmhursl' 48 Norlh . Bishop Luers 39 Norlh . . Bishop Luers 32 35 Norlh ,- Cenlral Calholic 37 29 Norlh .. . Cenlral 44 44 Norlh Garrell 55 46 Norfh H ,. Garrell 35 42 Norlh .. Soulh Side 43 35 Norlh ., , Hunlerlown 32 36 Norlh . . Concordia 26 FUTURE CAGERS IMPRESSIVE Mr. Wade Fredriclc coached his learn lo an ll-8 season. The Frosh did nor loolc 'foo good al The beginning of lhe season, bul as lime progressed so did The boys. The learn brolce even in oul of lown games, buf gol ser on Their heels by cily Toes. Several of The cily losses were by close scores hows ever, and The learn showed bolh drive and spiril. They will be a much improved ball club come T959- l96O season, Ccacr Wade Fredricl is shown here briefing Jirn Hoar on me sfraleqy To" an uocorn 1 ing game. Thig careful planriin and rnuch eifqirf payed gl in viclijries lor The Fresh as The mnayed 4 fu-'cesslul season. FRONT ROW-lvl. Moore, S, Larimer, B, Kelly, J. l-loaf, R. Vognt J, STEVEN. L. T'T'5"TD30n- BACK ROW-C':353 Fiedllili K Miller, R. Willis, B. Reeves, M, Krieg, P. Larnberl, D. Ungerer, S. Werlinfl. ff .W 'Q lf' Y 91, 2 rf XA Il fl. lar' 'f av' .ga 1 X .' of 70' .-...X Q s., , ' J 751233 "We're Trom NorTh Side and couldn'T be prouderf' This Tamiliar cheer seems To sum up The Teelings oT Redslcins Toward The big dome. The sTrong Teeling oT pride Tor our school is lcnown To us all as school spiriT, and iT plays a major and imporTanT parT aT NorTh. The "spiriT oT 59" has given our Teams The added incenTive To go ouT and win. The sparlc oT spiriT is always There, waiT'- ing To be Ted To bring TorTh The Tire again. lT may blaze TorTh as we cheer our Teams on To vicTory, or smolder guieTly when we ioin TogeTher To help The needy aT ChrisTmas. The spiriT swung inTo acTion aT The TirsT rousing pep session againsT our ciTy rival, CenTral, piclced up momenTum as we swepT The ciTy TooTball crown, and conTinued up- ward ThroughouT The year. Each Time The cheering secTions resounded wiTh The "couldn'T be prouder" cheer, Teeling oT loyalTy grew in The hearT oT every Redslcin. Page 8 T "Charge"l lniTiaTed by The band This year, This h b T c qTpp ThTh TdTbclyTg Q W GFTIE GU uie oularwi esu en o a -:me s ows. G 6 Th T irlers did Their parT This year by perTorm g p g d h lT T' h THE SPARK OF SCHOOL SPIRIT GROWS BRIGHTER ESF 6 WGS Ov lc T The ChrisTmas Bureau This Year. L. Aller four successful yea s ol loolball compelilion, Warren Bullard hands in his equipment Warren was voled iearn caplairi This year. Coach Cowan gives anolher ol his slirring pep lallcs To The sfudenl body before a crucial Cily series game. I- 3 pq-gi ff , ,W . .,.., . Q., ,.,,J..,..M.,sM,.T.... .,...,. g, .. Q .Q-1 M. . as-mamma umm we 'Y Row 1: Ron Wiersch, Jerry Leelh, Bob l-lyndman, Mi Dallorn, Milre Barger, Milne Poorrnan, Dale Zumbaugh, D Q3 Pierce. Row 2: Kenny Meyers, Dean Thomas, Ross Bissell Larry Sacca, Pal Riley, Steve Fawley, Warren Bullard. Row GRIDDERS DEFEAT IRISHp Coach Bob Cowan's lasl edirion of lhe gridiron classic recaplured lhe Cify 'lille rhis year aller sharing il wilh Cenlral and Cenlral Carholic lasl season. This championship leam was buill around a nucleus of nine slarring seniors, including all cily players Jerry Leelh, Milne Dalzlorn, and Warren Bullard. Olher seniors were Pal Riley, Sleve Faw- ley, Bolo l-lyndman, and Dean Thomas. Norlh's allaclq was sporly lhroughoul The cam- paign. While lhe gridders were up lor The cify games, lhey had hard luclc wilh 'rhe conference foes. Aller many successful seasons al Norlh, Coach Cowan announced his resignarion. l-le will be suc- ceeded by Charles Meyers of l-lunlinglon. Page l34 in y . y .,.....J ...... ,.,....... ,,k, N "NV, Qm.k MW, 3 -' 'vE i'Qi':s1.. H: 'Q f X F . ' A asia .0 C . .M ,. qv 'QU , bww vw- 1 wa- 3: M11e Belfry, Duane Gordon, 1-1aro1d Dimlce, Frank B men, Jrm Worley, B111 Wallace, Nuerge. Row 4: Jael: Smith, Jolwn Kepler, B111 Fa111w, Cook, Tom Duxbury, Bob Kab1scl1.Jirr1 Warm. Torn Llrwdenberq, CAPTURE CITY CROWN 6 Plorlb 16 Nor1'1'1 6 1X1or11'1 26 Norllm 6 Norrh O Norlrlw , 6 Norllr 12 Norllw O Norllw ,ljarjify ,-uE11411ar1 , ,,Cen1ra1 ue . -LaPor1e e u . uSou111 Side ,e,,,,S.B.R11ey S. B. Waslminglon , Cenlral Callwolic ,,-Goshen -,,.1v11s11awa1ca augh- Jerry Torn 34 13 18 6 6 6 O 20 20 The 59 qrldders were honored by 111e seleclion of llrwree semor members 113 flwe All-Clly loolball squad. from 191116 r1g111, M, Dallorn, W, Bullard, and J. Assislfmr coaches Zimmerman and Tresler sfudy They are 1.ee111. a piclure ..- o1 1119 feam lo cledde on 11115 we-e14's lineup. 5' 15 1 1 4 mf 2341 910111 16111513 .l1Z52 Page 135 x , ' Wu 55.- 'uw ,, -- f, , xl ,1 4 X Q V MEN , V x ,x wehq A V 1 1 A . Pkfyew oven vefeive irwjuriew duvimq praciice. LNHWQ Zumizauqh 5Hf15 -end in the EU"war1 game, ai Bob Hynomam :"w:3v1,, Confering wiih an official during a Time-Qui, Coach Cowan meservfs N9 disaqreemervrs abou? a previous May. Cowan found fha? winning Mis dlspufe- waz nexf To impossible. H1 .C L1C4.K, Page 136 A After a firing pradice, lwalfback Daie Zumbauqh finds Hue wHir'pooi the riqhf relief for tired and srifi muscles. Touchdown! Big end Mike Dawciofn siipz info fire- end Zjrv in Hue cify series win ov-er SOME. Twniriq in 'Pie gpe-ed and power Thai he dispiay-ed frii -Lvrf Hired Dirrihe break .-GCSE for 51 gain. A izcid Ccicir and 5 crm We ai :ws fufiba-:L Pon Wf1f5:r 1 tg areal. frwrcugw fiiir 5 ,izactie gain, 1.1! , , MQ , I f Q Page 137 i Cornpiefing +he extra poinr conversions is an important Tackies iike +his one by Mike Poorman frequenfiy cafch aspeds in hiqh zchooi foofball. Sonny Gordon boofs for the opposing backfieid men behind fhe line and drop them fast poinf in es ciose fouqhf conference game. A iubfianf Redskin foam iefs ofri steam offer ciinchinq ihe Ciiy Series Wie by downing C.C. 6-O, No coach is spared from The shower Qeremony ai fooiball hysieria sweeps rhrouqh fhe locker room for The rhmiak To a greaf ciiy series. Page 138 , I N xr, 1 Wm... .' - . Uh' ra 2 0 1 -J N -M rw- -M -.54 -.....f -3- -Qu-..-... 4, . ..,, . , ., , J: ',,.. i1lll,.'? .,,':' .P z-, 5, i- aka- -r. Q3 'T' qv 11- 6' ka' ' .rf i -F5 B9 ,gg yysgwfer "'R'1"7Y' Row T: Torn Swank, Gene Parker, Tom Lappi Sfeve Shimer, Jim Dayisin, Denny Baron, Row 2: Bi' Thalcher, Ron Rang, Dick Geish Jon Rabus, STeve Reader. Row 3: John Gril:TiTh Skip Tanner, Brad Benoure, STeve McLean, Torn Barker, Coach By Hey. RESERVES AND FROSH WORK FOR THE FUTURE The TuTure TooTball Team will be one wiTh a TighT- ing spiriT. The reserve Team, labovel, coached by By Hey, had a record oT 3 wins, 3 losses, and l Tie. They deTeaTed ciTy Teams SouTh Side and CenTral, and Tied Concordia. The boys on The squad had The skill and desire ThaT iT Takes To be on a winning Team and will be oT greaT help To nexT years VarsiTy squad. The Freshman Team lbelowl compiled a record oT 2 wins and 2 losses. These boys who are prospecTs Tor NorTh's TuTure VarsiTy squad, were coached by Don Bruick and By Hey. The squad was ready and able To play each game To Their besT abiliTy. De- TeaTing New Haven and SouTh Side, These boys gained valuable experience by playing on The squad, and should be beneTicial To Tufure Teams. Row 1: Dcn Ecenbarqer Jim Seier, Mark Foeilinger, Ken+on Cecil, Roger Wagner, Tom Day, Mark Ervin. Row 2: Don Crfmweil, Ronnie Flickinger, Bill HaversTock. Jim Sfamrn, Al Haney, Max Moore, Paul Seibert Row 3: Ped Nc Dick Kcirs. Dave Wyss Don Walker, Dave Lucas, Leslie Forfer, ScoTT Werling. Row 4: B! Reeves. Paul Lambert Ted Lecifd Jack B'eese Jim Hua' Dick Lingerer, Tom John. Row 5: Coach Hey, Bif Ke'ley, Je? Comment Sieve La-imer Cien Wnivenberger, Coach Bfuick. pawns-nun-1 i 'l...i,A H ' - is W- 'JM Q 1 TT' r S . 'Lu f' TT' l' ' 'TM I Q T! 'all i T T 'M . E J V xi Xctwsf fr. XT 1 5 Tw ,lin V TT , i 1,--i 1 i ir Q., 1 - -- ,. -as W Ei T 'if I T Q Q SP TT ' - 'fflyff , A Ili wild gf J Lg if ,....,.-.+ 1 w km, I g A t ,-.A ,K K -HQ . ' Tien f 9' 'km A 'P L. JI kk-+3'T is I -qv' W f T O .5 Efsslllhf T 'CFRSTTTTE HTSETTTT TEAM BACKED BY ENTHUSIASTIC CHEER BLOCKS The Girls Cheering Block was under The direcTion oT Mrs. Weber and The VarsiTy Cheerleaders. They chose as Their uniTorms Tor This year: red collars, cuTTs, Ties, and whiTe gloves To go wiTh Their long- sleeve, whiTe blouses and darlc sl4irTs. Many rouTines were worlced up such as "All Arnerican Teaml' and 'lGive Me The Beat" For The TournarnenT They added headbands and pom poms Tor color, Senior and Junior boys organized a cheering block again This year. These boys goT TogeTher and added some oT Their original cheers To The spiriT ThaT helped our players on The hardwood Turn in sparlcling perTorrnances and gain vicTories. AlThough These Tellows had no TaculTy advisors They worlced on Their own To boosT school spiriT. The VarsiTy Cheerleaders pracTiced much and aTTended camp lasT summer, where They were TaughT To use big deTiniTe moTions and Took TirsT place. The peppy girls worked hard on new yells such as "Yum Yum", and sponsored a dance To buy The new red and whiTe skirTs and whiTe sweaTers while red vesTs wiTh Their names on The back were made. Wilh Darlene Snyder as Their capTain, The enorgeTic gals backed The Redskins aT every game. The VarsiTy Yell Leaders begin pradice early in The year, l PEPPY YEll LEADERS INSPIRE TEAMS ON T0 VICTORY The Reserve Cheerleaders are a group OT girls who cheer Tor The Reserve home games and are Training Tor VarsiTy Cheerleading. They work under The VarsiTy Yell Leaders, subsTiTuTing when one oT Them is absenT and carrying The lNlorTh Side Banner ouT aT The beginning oT each game. They are also members oT The Cheering Block and usually cheer aT The pep sessions. Peg Tomlinson was selecTed by Them as capTain. RESERVES-Sally Pickering, Peggy Thomlinson, Phyliss Born, Darlene Beldon, Joyce Clay, Page l4l VARSlTY - ,lanur Beckman, Dafene Snyder, Jo Ann Chuan, Cijnnie Gibson Flor' ance Winl,ier. r I Y Yi l , 1 g' -yi twig, qi' " ssh. Our school is mosT TorTunaTe in having such a fine coach as Mr, Rolla Chambers. l-lis amazing records and fine Teams are orooT enough oT This. Cross CounTry Team-FronT row Bob Miller, STeve Rinne, Bob Peppler, Charles I-losTman. Back row Gary TusTison, PeTe Poorman, Tom STanslci, Tom Spice, STeve Newhard. Page 142 Under The able clirecTion OT NorTh's veTeran Cross CounTry coach, Rolla Chambers, The Two- mile men recorded anoTher respecTable season in The sporT ThaT NorTh Side has been lcnown for many years. The hill and dale men compiled a 10-3 season record, finished second in The SecTional To a sTrong CenTral Team, and TiTTh in The conTerence meeT. NexT year's ouTloolc is enlighTening as only Two leTTermen will be losT and There will be seven OT The varsiTy reTurning. This year's capTain and only senior, Gary TusTison, and Tom STanslci, who will be ineligible, will be missing Trom nexT year's squad. ReTurning will be This year's Top runner PeTe Poor- man, STeve Rinne, Bob Peppler, Tom Spice, Charles l-losTman, Bob Miller, and STeve Newhard. HUSTLING HARRIERS SECOND Running in f'irsT place Tor NorTh ThroughouT The year was iunior PeTe Poorman. As shown in The CenTral meeT. PeTe's Tine Torrn, good speed, and excellenT condifioning enabled him To be of greal value in all meeTs. Cjounfry F055 21 NOFHl,, ,-, Concorde 27 Nodh ,- 2- Sou+h Sde 19 NOVW -- , ,,c New Haven 28 Nodh -, .,,.,..,..., Lapode 28 Norfh -, ,W Soufh Bend Cenlrral 17 Norfh -, ..,.,-,.,, , Goshen 31 NOFH1,- ,,- Soufh Bend Rney 26 Nor+h ,- ,,,.,. Mishawaka 42 Nodh ,- -,- NMcHqan CHy 23 Norfh -, ..,,-., Washing+on 15 Nodh -, -- Soum Bend Adams 36 Nodh -- ....,,...,,, Ewhaw 38 Nodh ,- ,, Cenhal IN SECTIONAlp 10-3 SEASON Q 1 V ...,,,,,....n. V. . 5,- U A ,vm . ,s"' .- ,waivers qv- .1 if - ,F s . , . 4 s, an K , ' , 1 ' 2--Wa"-1- V ' ' " Xi'-'M -, - '. :. Y . , , . . Ko' ' 1334 1 s. sq f Wifh a speedy sfarf, Nor+h's boys get ouf ahead of fhe pack. 'g',f'?"',,'1' g1.2..x'-.1-5 The secref of success for fhe squad was feam balance. Th1s yea'-'s cap+ain and on1y senior member was Gary Tusfi- Gary Tusflson, Tom Sfanski, and Roy Sfrohl show 'rheir backs son. Here, affer a gruehng me-ef, he is talking To The capfaln fo 'rhe opposhion as fhey pu11 away for anofher bafanced of fhe Michigan Cify squad, Dave Kocher. and ex Norfh 'Team score. Sider. Page 143 la I is Tournamemf fime means fine fifvve ic ge? on :He aid maint Enfmsiiayiiz f-::'ha' feng isieizarwo 3: siiiwd Wai Vey lei? can and spiash some school spifif omfc We Pa-:Hin feopws 'ieif ze-au and :warez cm fi-ie side mes, Here We deer- of some cf We more emiiiusiasfic fans. fedex ard favs feicice a .-.e zczre cnce again. l0YAlTY INCREASES AS THE YEAR PROGRESSES 'We win? qw Redskins," rye: from the cfowd as ioya fans half For Our vicfofious ciiy fooibiau champs. 1 Wie assidance of Je'ry Cie-mefs' bugle, flwe Pedskin boys he-id up Weir er-d of The cheering Huis season with Their block Page 9 ..................,.....,..........-0.-Q , ,nv , X - , . lv rr l s TNQ gg. Jay Csborn and Forrest Redding were oTTen used Tor one oT The double: ccmbinaTiQns on This ye-ar's squad. CornpeTiTive play and T' hr' - "T 'd Th i able. , , r lo mg Splll md T em Va U looking over The seasons resulfs, Coach Henderson awaiTs The lasT rneeT, HENDERSON TEAM BREAKS EVEN7 WIN 4, LOSE 4 TENNIS TEAMfFronT Row: Jay Osborn, Second Row: FgiriesT Pedding, Mile McVey. Third Row: Phil FreTz, John Johnson, STeve Swarili. "We had an average season," commenTed Coach Myron Henderson. He added, "The conTerence had Three very good Teams This year and I Thinlc our TourTh place Tinish is a respecTable one." Ell4harT and Michigan CiTy Tied The NeTmen in a Three way Tie Tor TourTh place, each Team boasTing a 4-4 season record, This year's Team was builT around Seniors John Johnson and Phil FreTz and Junior l:oresT Redding, The Three reTurning leTTermen, Junior Milce McVey and Senior STeve Swank rounded ouT The TirsT Team. All oT These boys were awarded a monogram This year, The capTain's sTripe going To John John- son. The looys generally agreed ThaT Goshen's Red- skins gave Them The mosT compeTiTion. They raTed The Two SouTh Bend schools, John Adams and Cen- Tral, nexT. John Adams won The EasTern division OT The NorThern Indiana ConTerence and Then downed The WesTern division winners Tor The NorThern Indiana Tennis Crown. Page 144 :AE Refufns with speed and accuracy are fhe key io Mike McVey's success. Mike, a iunior, and in his first year on The ieam wih be a vaiuabie assei io our +eaf'1 ner? 4 Norfh U il Norih - 3 Norih , 2 Norfh , 5 Norih . O Norfh - 3 Norfh - 2 Norfh - enn ia . Riley Goshen Elkharf Michigan Cify .- Mishawaka N S. B. Adams -- LaPor+e S. B. Cen+ral GP The desife fo win oius vigqreus praciice and co-opefafive play mai 'the doubles combinafion of Phi' Freiz and Sieve Swank rnosf eifeigh Puffing his rackei in his locker for ihe iinai firne, senior John Johnson ends his iong and everiffui ierinis Career of Norfh Side. John won his firsf ieffer as a sophomore and fhis year .-,as eiecfed fhe 'ream capfain. His fine piay and exceiienf spirif wiii be missed in 'oO. Page 145 - i 'vu ,. 1. q,,.,W I V W. Q-.s ,guess N - . , ' K ,at i , 97? NT g.z?fx 3- W. ff" i N3 , Q fg .2 r wk Km, X5 T ' A ' 1 TY 1 'Y X' -'WTA -ks .Mt ,.,,..,, ..V."' ix .sf " wr W 5? sf-'f -'T 1 ihfwfil as , Y i 1 Top: AssisTinr3 head coach Chambers This year wiTh Track were assisTanT5 Kemp, Zimmerman, and Cowan. Boffom: Coach Chambers Tales Time during a close me-el To Tallc over a conTlicT wiTh ace sorinTer Dale Zumbaugh, BeTore any acrua fforlrour, The Pedslcin J n res go Through a sTrenuous Harm-uo of calisThenir:s and ere rses. Page 146 TRACKMEN POWERFUL AGAINg WiTh an excess OT good quarTer milers and good sprinTers, Coach Rolla Chambers builT his Team around The running evenTs This year. WiTh sTrong mile and halT-mile relays also, Coach Chambers expecTecl anoTher good season. Seniors Jack Arney, Dale Zumbaugh, and Bernard Kelley handled The sprinTs wiTh Larry Fair and Mike Poorman running The middle disTances. Underclass help came primarily Trom PeTe Poorman in The Mile, Tom STanslci in The l-lalT, Jacls l-lallenbaclc in The high and low hurdles, and Sonny Gordon in The broad iump. The Redskins showed Their power in early meers by deTeaTing Muncie, Kokomo, CenTral, and SouTh. Ell4harT was expecTed To give The Team The mosT Trouble in Their eTTorT Tor The EasTern Division Tifle oT The NorThern Indiana ConTerence, and Hammond has been Tabbed as The Team To beaT Tor The NorThern Indiana Crown. l-lowever, The Thinliclads were expecTed To give a good accounT of Them- selves as They shoT Tor anoTher sTaTe crown. SEEK ANOTHER STATE TITLE ,ATT T' Senior Larry Fair brinqs The baTon home Tar ahead OT fhe Clearing The last hurdle, Jaclc l-lallenbaclc shows The winning opposiTion as The Mile Relay Triumphs aT Bloominqfon. form which carried him To vicTory ThroughouT The year. FRONT ROW: J. Emenhiser, S. EsTerline, D. Prosser, B, Ruch, K. Kniss, L. Faii, D. Zumloauqh, M. Poo-man, T. Linclenberq, P. Poor- man, B. Kelley, J. Osborn, D. Baron, S. Moser. SECOND ROW: J. Ranslzurq, M. Ervin, B, Kelley, D, Barnard, J, Ailien, R. Macy, J. l-loar, B. Reeves, P. OrmisTon, C. Brosius, S. Heine, P. Faccenfo, D. Walker, L. Summers, S. Larimer, D. Unqerer. T, Runyon. THIRD ROW: D. Ummel, S, Werlinq, M. Foellinqer, D. Brown, M. Moore, P. laml:3erT, S. Shirner, G. l-larTord, B. Pool, G. Earl. FOURTH ROW: Coach Zimmerman, Coach Kemp, J. Emmerson, D, Willis, A. l-laney, P. Biery, D. Cromwell, M. Belfry, C, Feusfal, L. YanT, J, Worley, M. OrmisTon, S. Rinne, J. GriTTiTh, D. Publow, B. Benclure. S. Reader, D. Gag, Coach Cowan, l-lead Coach Chambers. FIFTH ROW: J. Walley, T. Lapp, J, Rice, D. Kaeclc, B. Miler, M. RenTorTh J. Smith, J. Brown, T. Harford, R. STrohl. D, Gordon, J. l-Tallenbaclc, N. Snow, E, Masloob, D. Pulrnan, P. Busse, R. Cummins. J. Davison, J. Rabus, R. Roebaclf, K. Meyers T. Spice, T. Newhards. 'dig Sm , SLT f ' 9 1 Q, xx all ' ' A gb f f 2 . m, 's' 'uv-1,' s .qv 'Wm A I+- Long famed for our mile relays, Coaclu Cluarnbers produced anorlner winning cornblnalloru willu lluis edilion ol Mile Pcarmar, Steve Reader, Mike Ormiston, and Larry Fair. Norflfs polnls in flue lualf-mile Huis year reeled on flue per- lorrruances of Torn Slanslcl. Besides capfurlruq flue 880, Tom anchored flue record-brealclnq lwormile relay learn. The one-lwo punch ln flue spriruls lluls year was luandled by Senlors Jack Arney and Dale Zumbauqlu, Page 148 --wi 'ns X Q"-1 4 "'w i Yiii :E Q 1. .QW hgh The speedy half-rnile relay learn added many poinls ro fhe I dw Redslrin cause this season. If was comprised of Jack Arney, Q A, i Running lhe 440 and anchorinq 'rhe mile relay were lhe Bjn' Cl Kelley' Jack Hallenbadi' and Dale Zumbauqll' Cinder dufies of senior Milne Poorman 'rhis year. Sian Heine goes up and Oveyl we ba, in We pole Vault Pulling away al the finishi Pele Poornrian wins the mile in While North was rafher weak in The field events fhis year ilu? SOUll1'CeVii"5l Meef Wil' 5 Good imme- 'they should receive supporf nexf year from Sran, 1 ' Q Ja. ,, 5'f ff-. I 9-4 f . . 53' 51 ,f b,Q P E y ,, - s fy 9 1 QTY, Ig' ng' 1 'KSXQJ I3 K MP' New if V-My if gzzwy- Page l49 l Special developmenT programs prove very beneficial. Every boy musT have Tour semesTer crediTs of physical educaTion in order To graduaTe Trom The Dome. Because oT The large enrollmenT each class is di- vided inTo Three parTs, Mr. Don Kemp insTrucTs The boys in physical development lvlr. Don Bruiclc and Mr. Bob Cowan handle The gym division, while Mr. l-lyrle Ivy Teaches swimming. The boys are roTaTed Through These Three divisions in a semesTer's course, in order ThaT each boy obTains a well rounded program. In physical developmenT The boys learn To louild Their bodies Through a series of Tlips and oTher acrobaTic gymnasTics. ln gym class The boys play many diTTerenT games including laaslceTball, and lciclcball. Swimming class gives Those boys who don'T know how To swim The oppoi-TuniTy To learn, while Those who already lcnow parTicipaTe in races as well as pracTice To improve Their sTrolces. THREEFOLD GYM PROGRAM DEVELOPS REDSKINS Mr. l-lyrle lvyls boys swimming classes ol'ler a very refresh- ing diversion Trom The classroom. These classes in waTer sporT and saTeTy are especially welcome come spring. BaskeTball is iusT one of The many enTerTaining sporTs oTfered To The boys in The gym classes. Page ISO Physical educaTion is a parT oT every Treshman, sophomore, and iunior girls curriculum. These girls meeT Twice a weelc Tor insTrucTion in The gym or swimming pool. Since all Treshman girls are required To Talce gym, The classes are large and only group sporTs may be TaughT. Modern dance, square dancing, girls bas- lceTball, volleyball, and soTTball highlighT This phase oT The physical educaTion program. Miss Carroll and Miss Gause boTh Teach Trosh classes, wiTh Miss Carroll handling all oT The advanced gym classes. Because oT The smaller enrollmenT in advanced classes, some oT The individual sporTs such as Table Tennis, archery, and bowling are TaughT. Miss Gause insTrucTs The swimming classes, which are subdivided inTo Tour parTs. These are begin- ning, inTermediaTe, advanced, and liTesaving. The girls learn To swim, learn The diTTerenT sTrolces, prac- Tice and improve Their sTrolces, and receive senior lifesaving badges Tor These Tour divisions. GIRLS GAIN VARIETY Swimming provides The qirls wiTh a pleasanT hour oT learning new rourines and having Tun, When The weaTher is riqhf, The girls Tale To The ouTside Tor OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Gym classes Tor girls prove helpTul in many wa ys. Page I5l MT LM.: ll- X 7 Y Q . Q ROW T: Lucy Lyle, Marlene Thomas, Karen Slieglilz, Karen GaTer, Kay Nofesline, Ruby Springer. ROW 2: Sharon STarIc, Karen Holmes, RuTh Vargas, Nancy Wolfz, Marvel Gray, Carol Page, Eslher Bree-se, Karen Keller, Carol Lauer. ROW 3: Barbara Fuzy, JaneT Keeler, Elaine Rousseau, Rosalyn Loos, Sheila RiTTig, Sandy Read, Pal Brucl, Jerlyri Garling, Wanda Lane, Imogene RiclceTTs, ROW 4: Jan Nichols, Donna LechleiTner, Bev Glicl, Anne Rogers, Carol RuTner, Diane I-Ianchar, Joyce Remenzghneider, Karen Marsh, Helene Riedel, Carol Bashelier. GAA STIMULATES ATHLETIC CURRICULUM This years olnlicers, along wiih Their advisor, Miss Carroll, were Kay Nofesfine, Edher Breese, Sandy Read and Pai Biuclc. N. X ll. r l A 5 if , 'hr-. . "f'n1'.'1.'9Gs fl: Q i ii: ' Ms+f'.,. - f P a g e T 5 2 GAA, under The direcTion oT Mrs. Jean Lirause and Miss RuTh Carroll compleTed anoTher success- Tul year. Pre-sidenT elecT oT The club was Kay NoTesTine. Sandy Read served in The capaciTy oT Vice Preside-nT, while EsTer Breeze was chosen Treasurer. GAA is open 'io all girls. ITS purpose is To sTimu- laTe The co-curricular phase oT The high school girls physical educalrion program. The local organizaTion is a member oT The sTaTewide, Indiana League oT T-ligh School Girls ATTileTic Associahons. Special evenTs oT The year included a weelcend Trip To a sTaTe leadership camp and a laTer Trip To a disTricT dance clinic. These girls hold Their business meeTings The TirsT Monday oT each monTh. However, almosT every aTTernoon There is some acTiviTy going on Tor which members can earn poinTs. Swimming, as well as various gym games can neT poinTs Tor The girls. According To The sTaTe poinT sysTem, members can also geT crediT Tor recreaTional acTiviTies away Trom school. These include The Tollowing: slcaTing, bowl- ing, bicycling, horsebaclc riding, and numerous oThers. The Ripplelles praclice long hours To perfecf Their roufines for the waler show, Ripplelles, Norlh's advanced swimming club for girls, had a membership of sixleen This year. Their new advisor was Mrs. Gause. There has been keen compelilion for member- ship in This selecl group of mermaicls since only Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors may ioin. ln The spring ol? The year members iudge lryouls on The following: ballel legs, dolphin, revolving duel, oysler, submarine, surface dives, somersaulr, and basic slrolces. ln addilion lo These gualilicalions prospecls musl be able lo swim lwenly-Two lengrhs of The pool and mainlain al leasl a "B" average scholaslically. This was The year for The clubs biennial warer show. This year's program was enlilled "Dreams in Color." The general chairman of The evenl, which was pur on under The girls' supervision, was Sally l-lenry. Two girls' advanced swimming classes and several boys also look parl. This was The Tirsr year boys had Taken parl. WATER SHOW HIGHLIGHTS YEAR FOR RIPPLETTES The Ripplelfes This year were Pam Barnam, lon ralfl Karen Karger, Kalhy Kreigh, Sandy Read, Judy Glock, JoAnn Chrzan Colleen Longsworlh, Janet Beclrman, Marsha Grant Marsha Seiberl, Sally Henry, and lla Bohlander. Page T53 PIllA, CUSTOMIZING, RING Danceslmns, Slworl slcirls and berrrwudas dominafe The ever changing girls' wardrobes, as displayed by Pal Pence, Jane? Loudermilk, Sarah Shideler, and l-larriel Me-elc. l f X Page 10 EXCHANGE REMAIN POPULAR 'llwe lwula Hoop Craze llwal lwas covered llfwe nalion llwls year, lwll lwere as well. Don Sleflon lefs Margo Rofh demonslrale lwow ils done as he is conrenl 'lo walclw. The smarl new look in boy's sweafers has capfured llwe Dome as exhibiled by Mike McVey and Bufclm Snow. KEMP REVIVES EXTENSIVE INTRAMURAL PROGRAM 5 Q. Mr. Don Kemp was resoonsible for renewing The lnframural program. Mr. Don Kemp expanded Norlh Sides lnlramural program This year wifh The addilion of seven new aclivilies. Mr. Kemp slales Thai These aclivilies are only The slarf ol whal he hopes will blossom info a 'Tull fledged program in The near fulure. Knowing lhal a maiorify of The boys around The Dome do nor parlicipale in alhlelics, lvlr. Kemp is inlroducing numerous olher aclivilies in addilion lo lhe varsily sporls on an inlramural level. l-lis main obieclive is lo offer a form ol exercise To Those boys who do nol lake gym any more. Many who are currenlly parficipaling in physical educafion classes are also raking advanrage of lhe increased program. Mr. Kemp is proud of rhe inferesl shown Page l54 This year and hopes even more boys will be able lo parficipare nexr year. An eslimaled five hundred boys 'rurned oul This year. Baslcelball was deemed mosl popular as one hundred and ninely-+wo boys signed up for +he sporlz Wreslling, which was divided info weighf classes, drew rhe arlenlion of sevenryeone boys. Touch Foorball and Cross Counlry were nexl in populariry. Mr. Kemp hopes To have an lnlramural lineup such as follows: Cross Coun+ry, Touch Foolball, Tennis, l-lorseshoes, Swimming, Golf, Bowling, Ping Pong, Wreslling, Baslqerball, Volleyball, Track, and Soflball. Baskefbdl provided many Thrilh for Redskins fhis year, Here We S1255 Scrccer squad barrcs for The rgiwarwcrie-ns!w'r:r. VVregrinq Wag 5 weigrgme addlrron to we gpcrrs program, Tom Shear? is arfemptrrrg 5 had on Jce Ernenhisei xi Q94 Hcrsesrwoes was an unusua' spar? added To We inT'a- rnurals Huis year. def. ph.-. Durirmq The rumah periods, focfbaN Qaprured rrve irwre-res? uf many Redskins. This was arvcvrer of We wavy 'ipcrfg rsppravfunrfres ordered by We intramural program inifiafed by Mr. Kemp. 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J. .'-T. .'.'.' 'H' 'L' ' ' 'Z ' ' " ' 'I- - - '., ' ---......--...----4....,... . ,,. . , ' I' "--1-rv . . . .u ,I ,'I' ' " '--' '----' -- . ...,... 1 ny e- um,-3 ynhncfgfl.-.I:I,III,.I III1I I-IIE...-I :-I I-I I-I. -1 I-I.IIxIuI I-I-It I I.I. I-.1 . .I,L.I. AIU. ,..I.., , I I I III I II II I ----.... . ,..,- ,- . .. '.. ' " "'------n- - f, " -. - . ., I - - ,. - . . , WHILE HULA HOOPS, DANCESKINS, PERRY COMOS CATCH ON r 6 K r ,4 Slumber parrres were popular again rhis year as proven by This our rurn for This parfy-before-a-slumberapafry at Sherrie- Moore-'s house, V+ was Hue usual sieepNess variety. Dianne Brand? and Ann Sreliner srruqgre wifh some pizza on 'rlweir way Home from a press conyenfion ar Franirrin CoNeqe. Page I1 A senrimerrrad Qusrcm oeyehz-ped over We years is frxe ring A exchange berwoerw sready couples. ' 1 Q I V i 5 I 1 1 L Jerry Clerwers srrows Pan Meyers We rafesf lrrrproyemenrs on 4 his Oki Essex. These- bcys. Nuke 'ramy C4516-ri, Spend rherr IIWEE Hr-me cusrcmrzirwg Their cars. L 4 --1-ua is .N iggiivie :-l' Z E f ' I Jes S'-B l g ,,. .,x,,,. . K , 2 J V A i 1 2 1 ,,,..... ..., - 1 Harold Dirnlfe sei:-rns fa be infereslecl in whaf Keith Davis is sludyinq while on 'their way fo school. mis., Redskins gafher cn fhe gqhofl :feps fo do fheir sfudies af noon or affer schitol in The Spring and early Fall. Page 12 Polishing off lhaf algebra problem be- Tween bifes of hamburger, boning up for lhaf grammar 'resl on lhe way 'ro school, or spending fhal sfudy period wisely: These are Three of lhe many ways in which Recl- slcins sfudy. These familiar scenes around Norfh show how sfuclenfs lalce advanfage of Jrheir free momenls by using 'rhem for slucly. Jail Ainey fincls time fa read an essay while working af Johnnieis during his break or during a shorl lacl of business. WE SPEND OUR FREE TIME John Johnson and Sue McNelley find refuge in fhe Norfh- erner room, To sfucly of course. Suzane Ge-Hman Mkes sfudyirwq quietly af Her desk. Her ak cvfvivw S , 'NX 1 Spanish book is opened +2 an expfanaficn of zubluncfive-S. TUDYING IN VARIOUS PLACES Liosf sfudenfs use Thelr 'Free periods for sfudying in one of e sfudy Halls: 316 or Hue Cafeteria, ,X N x ff S, 1' 'Hs -nm Fhylie Har? avi ludy Dcwehfman, ?gm:rEnq Hue rw 'SQ and 'ionfusiom sfudy .gn We hue. in Wei' way Pome. Clwefi Tabacog pfefew to sfudy WWW appfe- awd radlo. Page 13 1 ,., + I ,W " 1 ,' .1 f 'Win 1 fi . ' 'Mr . . u 'MVN 'Y-. K una .N 5-'Q -'4' I' in iirxriaifxxixmmfeixinm N X MR 1 5 ,., i xv' The Smderif Councii officers insrelied all class officers, The word iri-W Ouf Sfrvoiiii Code Ci'OSE'V' GS '5 iODiC fm We 54399511 The senior boys aided H19 yeii ieaders ar raiiies now given by each officer was "D6D'?f'dHiZ1i'iiy.'i fhen. Above are some safesmen for fhe Casey Coizfen A Soufri Sider has iusf iumped out of the Cofien. WE LOOK FORWARD T Q H.. x fi i" J .1 Mr. Pidward Haupf was Wie quev speaier ar Wie Lincoln- Seniors did a sicif sailed "Tl"ie Viperi' af one of Hwe ralli Wasiwiriqfijn Day asi.emb'y speriscired by Hue Heiicon club. Here We Viper fWayne Paynel Hyipesi' The floor. Page 14 A Capp-eNa sang, after hours Cf pfacgflce, fhelf forfy-ive HY U89 C55 kid!! .a Xx ww' A qreaf number of Ar? Cub members perficipafed in 5 vefy and eye-cafchlnq ccz'u'wes. Afwr "uw canning a'J o"f3cA ColoffuN spirif-arousing skit. They Cbfeined much infe-res? Hce, They :puffed We fe-a": cr 'f A .-.fiw We use cf We f from We sfudervf Eody wifh Meir defncnsfraficrns of arf wofl 'Suv' 'life are be Pevj Rm CONVOSg PEP RALLIES INSPIRE TEAM MH1 a sk? eafmed af a cHee"eedEmu ccnvenfion. There we-fe mg Egyer agserf-dies, 'Ve Jiri? Uwe beiwq fr The ucfpercassmer evo 're 3eCC"d fi' we underdassmen. The Chevieace-'i b'm.qm rfuch .a,Jgr'er from fha crowd Page 15 Varsiiy Variefies, 'rhe school raienr show, ioolf piece ihis year in Aprii insiead of earlier in rhe year as before. Sinqinq, dancing, panrornirninq and sirirs rnade up fhe program. A To break up fhe rourine of fhe school day, many aciivifies such as ihe Inirernural Speech Coniesr were presenfed. Eve Meyer is shown qivinq her winning speech in ihis eyeni. Page 16 group of senior boys are signing up wirh Mr. Purkhiser for a cheriesfon err Legend siahf members assisfed fhe professional phoioqra- phers in 'raking underciess piciures. This operafion 'took iwo phoroqraphers and fwo days. -43 Acceprinq he' rec-Jqnvion ribbon Trom Mr. Zimme- Sa'ly Robert enioys a Tee-ling of success There is a day each year when we sTop To review The evenTs and accomplishmenTs oT ThaT year. This TradiTion, lcnown as Recog- niTion Day, Talces place annually on NorThrup Field. RecogniTion Day brings wiTh iT much senTimenT, as iT closes ouT The year Tor seniors, giving Them Their lasT day oT recog- niTion beTore leaving The Dome. For Tresh- men iT is buf The beginning oT evenTTul years To come. The assembly Tollows a year oT classroom worlc and homeworlc, and pays oTT in dividends oT happiness and pride. RECOGNITION DAY BRINGS A FEELING OF SATISFACTION se o s sT d and are recognized by all. Page I7 This year is unique in fhe faci' 'lhal' +he enrollmeni al' Nor+h Side is 'rhe largesi' in i+s hisfory of +hir'ry-+wo years. Never again will fhere be such a large freshman class ai +he Big Dome as ihe resull' of +he adopiion of +he 6:3:3 sys+em nex+ year. In spife of fhese crowded condi+ions, 'rhe four courses of s+udy oFFered preseni' a challenge +o every sfudenf. Through able guidance, 'rhe in+eres+ of +he s'ruden+ is mei and channeled in+o +he proper course. The classes are grouped ac- cording +o The pupil's abilify. Siudenis are greafly rewarded, only af+er many hours of in+ense s+udying, wifh valuable knowledge and beHer preparaiion for +he fulure. All fhis poinls up io 1'he facl 'l'ha+ .... SAOKHPJALP Gill ..- Page I8 9 . NQLUCUW Ufl Academic AMATEUR SCIENTISTS SPEND MANY HOURS EXPERIMENTING ln The scienTiTic age in which we live, science is a necessary componenT in The educaTion oT every sTudenT. All curriculums require aT leasT one year oT science. These courses OT sTudy, which include chemisTry, physics, biology, boTany, and physical geography, are designed To cover a wide and varied range OT inTeresT. These subiecTs are TaughT wiTh The idea ThaT only Through pracTice and experimenTaTion can The sTudenT geT The Tull value Trom his Theory. There- Tore. The sciences aT NorTh incorporaTe boolqworlc, laboraTory worlc, and proiecTs in Their course oT sTudy. The school possesses well-equipped chem- isTry and physics laboraTories and TaciliTies Tor ade- quaTe experimenTaTion in The oTher sciences. RecenTly, an advanced semesTer oT biology which can be Taken by sTudenTs who qualiTy, has been inTroduced. Weed collecTions in boTany classes, radiaTion ex- perimenTs in biology 3, and class dernonsTraTions in chemisTry, physics and physical geography are pro- iecTs To TurTher The sTudenT's knowledge in a par- Ticular phase OT The subiecT. This worlc also in- creases The sTudenT's inTeresT in The subiecT which he has chosen To sTudy. These sTudenTs in boTany class show ThaT They are really en- ioying Their laboraTory period. Miss Thompson is ready To help anyone who has Trouble wiTh his microscope. Page 20 Mr, LewTon supervises The Biology 3 experirne-nT conducTed by Jaclfie l.arnprechT, Mike Nahrwold, Sandy Liniger, and Jim l-loward: ThaT oT using radioacTive isoTopes in Tracer experimenTs. STUDYING ABOUT MAN'S SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENTS anfIc'1e ,I qudi are Pin Manner and LaMir1e Miz. Mr Fw-559' sucewfies Jue I-II:ze'1s'ee'f and Bervafd Ife v, Ei": iff'-""','f,f I sm donfe f.'a'f:Iw as M2 Li-.II wp aims we me-fiifd iI 1erwe'a'Ir-3 Iwydrcqen suIIIde gas. x 1-'xp I NNN I Mr, W'?Irern emo amz fha operafic-w cf the barograph, an Irxfrumerff used fo recofd barzmefric r9adTnqS, IO MiIfe Lang? In rj efudenf In pIfysICa qQigfapI1y CIai.5. Page 21 I mm px ,mg I I I I 4 I I I I The facf fhaf mafhemafics plays an imporfanf parf in our lives, bofh direcfly and indirecfly, is clearly sef forfh by Norfh Side's excellenf program in fhis field. Freshmen are required fo fake one year of mafh. Sfudenfs on The academic and busi- ness-academic courses musf falce algebra fheir freshman year and geomefry in fheir sophomore year. Affer fhese requiremenfs have been fulfilled, The sfudenf may fake any mafh course he wishes. The courses relafe fo each ofher in fhaf one course will feach fhe sfudenf maferial fhaf will be useful in fhe ofher course. The required mafh of fhe underclassmen furnishes him wifh a background so 'rhaf he may falce fhe more advanced courses- algebra 3, algebra 4, solid geomefry, and frig- onomefry. General mafh is offered for Those sfudenfs who are nof eligible for advanced mafh. This course gives a fundamenfal lcnowledge of everyday ap- plicable mafhemafics. nu bllll "In frig, you musf learn fo use The slide rule." says Miller fo a group of puzzled boys. MATHEMATICS IS A PUZZLEMENT FOR MANY A REDSKIN Mr. McNeely explains a geornefrical fheory abou? Triangles. Mr, Penningfon loolcs on as Junior Paul Wehrenberg solves an involved problem in algebra 3 class. ,H , 5 z l . Page 22 HEALTH AND SAFETY TEACH US A BETTER WAY OF LIVING 40 I Q Nancy Marlin and Sandy Llniger examine fhe model of a human being lhal is used by the heallh classes. "Sl Qc :gif ,Q 4 as Q ga-git L L . A There are many panel discussions in family living class. Here, Wayne Payne and John Johnson are engaged in a friendly discussion over lhe merils of going sfeady. i ry' Supplemenling lhe usual academic subiecls, Norlh Side oihlers a variely ol courses which deal wilh lhe sludenls everyday problems. To encourage saler driving, a course in driver's Training is offered. This course includes classroom worlc and aclual driving experience in lhe car lur- nished lor lhal purpose, Girls and boys' heallh allempl lo beller acguainl lhe individual wilh his analomy and Therefore encourage a beller heallh program and more personal concern. Family living is designed lo olrler malerial lhal may help young people lo gain a pe-rspeclive on lile adiuslmenl as a whole 'rhrough an underslanding ol himself and olhers. These courses beller enable lhe sludenl To succeedlin 'rhe complex world in which he lives. Mr, Kline puls his confidence in me ol lodays leenage drivers, A porlion of lhe driver lraining ciass period each we-elf is spenl in lhe car. 7, I or i I ,A img' . dc , ,gi-', l ,.g. .gt if ,r f U 1 jf: 'vi' ji," ' ,Q V.f9:'s:, 1.19213-'X A, fr ' 44,5 ,z1G'nsg44f1L, A Page 23 -S.-ff! i l i 4 i i l A l 4 .Nuo , I I I . J " U ', 'S -1 L .L 1. 'I 1 w ,I ' V I A P , I ,J , ,, 'f 2 4 J' 1 I". 5 I, , ,, . ' y IK ' I I I ilwge ' xv, In, ' Q Y I il 'I In WWI? ' H ,I Y 'LN ' L gn, .3 5 , v"' -' - 1' 'L " 'ing 4 4 , ' Y ' 'X x " Zim? iii YOUNG MEN AND WDMEN 1 , I "wa ' - , .if .sg - ii' 'Af 5 ,ws--.Q A Home economics sTudenTs prepare a meal in iTs enTireTy. ln addifion To The courses in everyday social problems, The curriculum aT NorTh Side is seT up To include courses ThaT will be useful or necessary To one's vocaTion. OT primary imporTance in The edu' cafion of any sTudenT ThaT is inTeresTed in indusTrial arTs is The selecfion of his vocaTion, and Then The selechon of courses ThaT will parallel ThaT vocafion. lndusTrial courses are offered aT NorTh in meTal work, wood work, and mechanical drafTing. Each course provides The sTudenT wiTh ideas and Tech- niques ThaT can be applied wiTh The oTher courses he may Take. Sfudenfs aT Norfh Side have The opporTuniTy of worlcing in The home economics deparfmenf. The sTudenT may choose from a greaf number of courses offered such as sewing, coolcing, inferior decoraTing, and home nursing. These courses- home economics and indusTrial arTs-are designed To beTTer aid The sTudenT for everyday life, as well as To furnish him wiTh more self-reliance. Page 24 MAK PREPARATIONS FOR FUTU George Goeglein gefs some helpful advice ThaT should im- prove The qualiTy of his drawings from Mr. Thompson. John Loolring forward To a summer oT fun on The lalre, e' made Tagfrneyer and Frank King inspecf The progress b on Their waTer slcis wiTh The help of Mr. Edwards. E S ing f-'qc 'Q g. .rn Mr. Sinks gives Barbara A en some he'pfu infomarioo about 'the area unde' grudy in genera' hishory class. OUR VIEWS AND KNOWLEDGE OF Dave Scnenner and Judy Pobirai e laik +o Krcrhy Gardner candidale ltr Slare Senafor, as oar? ci Their work in civics class. The courses in 'rhe social science deparlmenr are designed ro provide rhe sludenr wilh a basic knowl- edge of as many subiecls as possible in rhis field. The purpose is ro produce men and women of ideas who will help solve lhe problems oi human relalions, and creare a peaceful and beller world in which 'ro live in The lulure. Freshmen sfudenrs may lake citizenship, World hislory is lhen oilered in rhe sophomore year. Juniors sfudy The hisrory of rhe Llnired Slaies, ln rhe senior year, s'udenrs will rake civics-a sirudy of government borh nafional and srarefand eco- nomics and sociology, Economics deal wi'h rhe busif ness of making a living, and sociology srudies rhe problems oi human beings living and working logerher, By undersranding and having a knowledge of rhe subiecis described above, rhe srudenr can berrer hope 'ro fulfill his goals in life. THE WORLD ARE BROADENED Da' Spirzbeq s':f-, der-gfa'rs'1n 5 1 orher ghaprer fcr his eccncmics rireb-:ck fTfK"', l M 'ff Page 25 SPEECH AND DRAMATICS TEACH POISE AND CONFIDENCE my A -19TH ' iii. A sim Mr, Lee seems very saTisTied wiTh The progress being made by his speech class. The sTudenTs record Their voices on Tape so ThaT They can hear Their misTalres. :W A Vi -' V 1 -ff. .4V,. . 1 f - ..,, .... , i . , . DramaTics class sTages plays and skiTs. Phil FreTZ seems To be in a Trance while STeve l-lorTen lon The Tablei awaiTs his TaTe, Page 26 xl X .Xl :- .XXX The sTage craTT class handles The sTage properTies Tor plays and assemblies. Bill Didier and Wayne Payne waTch as Mr. Purkhiser supervises The hanging oT a curTain. Speech class is designed To help The sTudenTs learn To have selT-confidence, poise, and voice conTrol. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligi- ble To Take speech. ln class They give declamaTions and speeches as well as sTudy grammar and Eng- lish. This background will be beneficial To sTudenTs who are in Junior Forensic League. By enTering speech conTesTs They can accumulaTe poinTs Toward NaTional Forensic League. There is also a dramaTics class where The sTudenT learns more abouT TheaTer arT. A class in radio and TV work acquainTs The sTudenT wiTh This medium. STagecraTT is a class ThaT is in charge OT op- eraTion oT The sTage eguipmenT druing assemblies. Besides handling The sTage duTies Tor The school, The sTudenTs in The Class learn The imporTanT parT in producing a play: ThaT being The physical work ThaT goes inTo The making oT seTs and o+her sTage properTies. The Nor'Th Side English deparTmenT recognizes The TacT ThaT much emphasis musT be placed on The learning OT The English language. ThereTore, well- rounded English courses are oTTered To The sTudenT ThroughouT his high school career. Freshmen spend much oT Their Time sTudying grammar, buT a porTion oT The semesTer is devoTed To The sTudy OT l-lomer's Odyssey. More grammar and American liTeraTure are oTTered To sophomores. In The iunior year The sTudenT is inTroduced To wriT- ing Term papers. ElizabeThan Topics are used Tor The TirsT Term paper. Also in The iunior year Shalcespeares MacbeTh is sTudied, By doing Tloor Tallcs, noTe cards, and Term papers, Seniors become acquainTed wiTh conTemporary poeTs and auThors. English 8 is required only oT sTudenTs on The academic course and may be elecTed by Those who have compleTed English 7. Composihon is emphasized in This semesTer. Llenni- STev.o.., Ca 4, La 'ccclc-. Dane Cornelius and ,lin Fahus drama' Ze a 1eneT'-im Snalespeareis .lulius Caesa ir' 'Nei' sclpnjnili' EDCI 'SET C iff T0 MASTER THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IS OUR ULTIMATE GOAL Page 27 Mus STir'lng hands liacli repijrf ca'ds To her H-anxiou ll iun glass grudgmg ,laqlf Gaylord and Charles Eeusf-ef E5,,,3.i -W geargrmri TQ-r rnawiia ir: pgieTry boi:-lg Thaf can e ' Uggj T:' "we?' Tlc-.gr Ta is aw: nbrj. Snafsn BaTTe'sl-ell, Al n Poe, ana Mile Berger. I A sTudenT enTering NorTh Side may elecT any one I oT Three Toreign languages. These languages- " LaTin, Spanish, and French-are similarly TaughT in as much as The curriculum in each is The same. French is oTTered Tor Two years lThe minimum num- ber oT years a language may be Taken Tor crediTl. Wifh The addiTion of The new Spanish 5 class, This language may now loe Talcen Tor Tive semesTers. LaTin is oTTered Tor Tour years if The sTudenT desires To Take iT. STudenTs on The academic and business- academic courses musT Talce a Toreign language, while oTher sTudenTs may elecT a language. V-. An inTeresTed French class lisTens as Leslie G-asTon explains abou! a DicTure ThaT shows a sTreeT scene in Paris, OUR FUTURE LINGUISTS ARE GIVEN THEIR LANGUAGE FOUNDATION Thiid year Spanish is chieTly a conversaTional course. l-lere 1 Mr. Paul Lernke reads a sTory in Spanish To his class. , Y 5 . T 3 ...T , gg gif mi f'f"iN '- F-74 h f K "Ego vexillo UniTorum . . reciTes Miss FosTer To her l.aTin class sTudenTs. She is reading in l.aTin parf ol our pledge oT allegiance To The Tlag, Page 28 WE FIND WAYS 0F EXPRESSING OUR CREATIVE ABILITY Mr. Mi:Clead lends a heiping hand 70 Be-cl-y Harris, whi seems Io be having lraubeg with he' painlinq as Bill Wfliflha and Margarel Osborn finish lheirs, MURALS .xxx -ia ,fi Cerlain fc phgduce a rnaverciece ci pcifleiy, Mile Dallorn adds Ha? lina' lcuch celcfe fhe object will be dried and lfnished. When malinq a sian cf cicsler, i' 's irnpc-rlanf +3 have neat and accurate lelle-ring, I-lere a + srudenl fries +- 'iorzve ner ellering fy pglienr :va f Some individuals lind enioyrnenl in expressing lheir lalenls in lhe lield of arl. The arf deparlmenl is sel up lo include as many diwclerenl phases oi arl as possible. Courses include life drawing, elemenls of design, graphics, cralls, lellering, and ceramics. ln prinling, lor example, media such as waler color, lempera, casein, and oils are used. Lellering is a basic reguiremenl in commercial arlr. Cralls is one ol lhe mosl popular courses wilh enameling and ceramics receiving The inleresl of many olher arl sludenls. Arl apprecialion is laughl wilh lhe goal ol crealing an underslanding ol arl in everyday life. Page 29 THE VAST BUSINESS FIELD DRAWS MANY INTERESTED STUDENT Sludenls wishing lo maior in business can choose from four courses, General, Slenographic-clerical, Vocalional, and Business Academic. The Business Academic course is for Those slu- denls who inlrend +o go To college and feel lhey need 'rypinq and shorlhand besides lhe required college preparalory subiecls. The General Business course is designed lo help lhe person who may someday own or run a small business. Here The lulure businessman gels iunior business lraininq, business law, managemenl and olher valuable lraininq. The Vocalional Course and lhe Slenoqraphic- clerical course deal wilh lhe operalion ol business machines plus lyping, shorlhand, clerical praclice, and filing. Jim Sheiion is deepy engromed in a r-spoil he is qiyinq in hir, business aw class. SA H YI 1 QT W, sz ,, ww .mf ...amv:wiW"""U' Miss Fursl walches her Typing class falce anolher ol Ihei frequent limed Tesfs. Page 30 Chorus class is The TirsT sTep Tor The sTudenT enTering The vocal music deparTmenT. ATTer one year, The boys go inTo VarsiTy Choir and The girls go inTo Girls Choir. The boys may also join Male Choir, which meeTs beTore school Twice a weelc. A Cappella is a much desired goal oT Those in This music deparTmenT. The insTrumenTal music deparTmenT consisTs oT Three parTs. They are Var-siTy Band, ConcerT Band, and OrchesTra. VarsiTy Band members may Try ouT Tor ConcerT Band whenever There is an opening in Their secTion. M 1 Tic' eaif Te fi u Caffe. MUSIC GROUPS AND CLASSES HAVE VARIED PRACTICE SESSIONS C. R' STudenTs Talfino organ have one esscn and Two pradices a week. Susanne Blough is seen 'r uch a pradice sei! n ' NorTh Side has a Tine crchesha under The clirecTion of Mr. C. William I-laTT. I-lere, The crchesTra is seen in one of ITS pracfice sessions. Page 31 Supplemenfing 1'he all impor+an+ aca- demic work, are many school sponsored ac- +ivi+ies. Among +he many offered here, a s+uden+ is limiied +0 +hree clubs a semesfer and may hold +he same major office in only one each semesfer. The added phase of educafion combines learning wifh recre- alion and provides diversified in+eres'r for s+imula+ion. H also serves as a connecfing link which brings The insl'ruc'ror and fhe pupil in closer conlacf, working +oge1'her in ac+ivi+ies for +he benefil' of all. A broaden- ing of individual backgrounds fhrough mu- +ual parficipafion in organiza+ions, which give added inceniive fo our inferesis, help mold our lives for 'rhe fufure as .... WM Page 32 3 Y XM flfiue fo eidure ime WMM g Activities STUDENT COUNCIL HELPS TO LEAD OUR SCHOOL Row 1: Nancy MarTin JaneT Liiiudermilk, Pai' Bullerman, Barbee Moriarry, Judy Kiel, Sally Henry, Kay Regedanz, lfaren Keller, Rosalyn Loos. Norma Thomas, Phyllis Born, T-lifke Sioekelmann, Row 2: Chuck Winkler, Roy Hammond, Bob WalTe s, Tom Shoah, Dianne Brandi, Roy STrohl, Paul For many years, The STudenT Council has repre- senTed close co-operaTion beTween The sTudenTs and The TaculTy, and has adopTed several TradiTional underTakings, This year The Council again sponf sored Two war orphans and The program oT giving aid To needy families during The ChrisTmas Season. OTher memorable proie-cTs OT The Council are The GeT AcguainTed Day, CourTesy Week, and The Teens AgainsT Polio Drive. The NorTh Side SaTeTy Council is also promoTed by, and esTablished wiThin, The STudenT Council. The SaTeTy Council was organized To make The sTudenT body more aware of The need Tor safe and courTeous drivers. These acTiviTies, along wiTh The numerous unseen hours puT in by The Council ohficers in planning and preparing The meeTings, helped To make This year one To remember. Leading The STudenT Council as ohficers oT The year were The following sTudenTs. l3residenT, John Cooper: Vice-l3residenT, STeve Fawleyi Secrerary, John Johnson: Treasurer, Diane Brandrt Parliamenf Tarian, Tom Shoah: and Sergeanr-aT-Arms, Larry Sacca. Page 34 Wehirenberg, John MeTTs, Bill Cunningham, Bob Arnold. Row 3: Ron Madden, Ron Ge-hring STeve Fawley, John Cooper, John Johnson, Mike Barger, Jack Hallenback, Jim Ellenwood, Mike OrmisTon, Orley Holzworrh, Torn lngrnire. Serving as ohficers of STudenT Council Tor This year were The Tollowingg lSeaTedl Dianne BrandT, Treasurer. lBack row from leTT To righrl Sreve Fawley, vice presidenrg John John- son, secreTary Treasurerg and John Cooper, presidenr. 42,9 T0 AN INTERESTING AND SUCCESSFUL YEAR v i - - 1 Q2 N fa M - if Vs f K3 A. Row 1: Wen Schaper, Margaref Johnson, Nancy Wo'?z Kay Micne-U, Venn Mrcnell, Nancy Mclnfyre, JI' Gerdlnq, Va+Hy Johnsfon, Sue Lanfz, Linda Mash Julle Hooyerl Susan Fe er, BGCVQUQ. Mrfde Cement. Row 3: Jann Gviulfh, Torn Bafler. Pa? Pence, Caro! Fraze. Row 2: Made Larwfz, Sandy Cooper Laffy Weaver, Pa? Ormreffffn, Sieve Wi mn, Dave Carl' Sandy Adams, Sbepnarie Pfcnards Dave Loudermhlf 39h VVFw?n-?y Swde-ne' Ven? Buss? Brad Be-ndufa, Dwi' Bfoffn. 2 Sifffili 6242 John Cooper. pre-sidg-nf of Smden' Council, is Shown af ine ingffdlaflon cf Jane' LC1uGermQP,anu Nancy Mavln gy n rar, L, av C ans fz' 'ne QQ' Tlne Ofcflcefs of We freshman dass. Acquaiw-ed Day pfcedwe and SLM, Page 35 RECORDING THE SPIRIT AND ACTIVITIES OF THE SCHOOL G94 'llthif' b 'ff' 35 'Lmf mer To vff:rIQ", Mile Bombach, plcfure ediior, seems TC Ire mying Io pIXoT:qrapI1ev's John Ilfniqhf, Cur1 Drew, and Ixfhvie Welfer. Tom Lapp was absent Heading fhis year! Legend Sfafwf are Dale Ponfius, assisfanf edifor, and Dianne Brandi edifor, Dianne explains how Io fi? cosy Io Jane? l.0ucIermiIIc, CODY ediior. Page 36 YEAR IS UP T0 OUR CAPABLE Plans Tor compiling The evenfs of "The Golden Days of 1959" began when edilors Dianne Brandi and Dale Ponlius airended a special +wo week course OT insfruclion al lndiana Universify lasl sum- mer. A yearbook can be successful only when ir is compiled by capable edifors and a dependable, co-operalive, and enrhusiaslic slalzl, such as The one presenfing The l959 Legend. Phyllis l-larl and Frank Rucoi headed The business slahf, and They were assisled by Marla Grove, Pal L. Smilh, Sue Craig. Judy Doehrman, and Sandy Liniger. Sieve Fawley was edilor of The ac'rivi+ies seclion wilh John Johnson and Rosellen Messerschmidl as his assislf anis. Becky l-larris and Elizabelh Busian worked wilh Bob Wallers, academic seclion edilor. Gary Tuslie son ediled The sporls seclion and Jim Q'Brien aided him. lBoHoml-Shown srandinq around Miss Thiele Tor Their in- sfruciions are The assisfanr edirors who pul in many hours of hard work on The sfawcl. lTopl-Sandy Liniger and Sue Craig, business slag me-me bers, seem ro be hard ar work making our slips Tc-r Senior name ca ds and Thank you nofes. . .MA -ami fd YEARBOOK STAFF The head of The senior class seclion was Judy Johnson wilh Kay Pallengale assisling her. Marsha Granl was in charge oT The iunior seclion, helped by Ann Slellner. John Benlz assisled on borh of These seclions of The Legend, John Cooper was edilor oi The sophomore porlion wilh Sherry Ander- son and Slephanie Richards as his assislanls. Pal A. Smilh and Judy Leach worked wilh Suzanne Mc- Nelley, edilor ol The Treshman seclion. Jane Glock headed The Tacully seciion and Pal. L. Srnilh aided her. The piclure edilor was Jerry Leelh and Mike Blombach as his assislanr. Copy edilors were Marilyn Cook, Janel Loudermilk, and Darlene Parrish. Slafi pholographera were Curl Drew, John Knight Tom Lapp, and Marlin Waller. The secfion edrlo s gafher around Thi- edirois desk To get each ofhers approval and opinicin on Their respecfiye secfiors, They are relieved To be finished. " QE - ' Z isl " ' im - :aff ,T - Qgiiv Q ,n f f :' " . iii Pi W u X -T4 f - lf - M s ' . -.:..j?l, , gf1 , , E T A on Se 1 fr-f ., 'S K, . Q f we "' .is 5 . . ,J - k s 'Q .fi R,-Jiri Y , I :Y " N V. v x-T x xx , 5 . X W Mn E John BenTz and Carolyn Kelsey were chosen King and Queen aT The NorTherner Tea Dance. PuTTing The finishing Touches on The TronT page are Sherrie Reasoner and Sue Maxwell. THE NORTHERNER REMAINS "MOUTHPIECE" 0F THE The NorTherner sTaTT presenTs an ouTsTanding and eagerly awaiTed school paper each week. Under The direcTion oT Miss Norma Thiele, The sTudenT JournalisTs enlighTen pupils wiTh arTicles oT currenT news and humorous evenTs. As a reward Tor Their eTforTs, The newspaper sTaTF and The members oT The Legend received honors aT The annual banqueT aT The Colonial ResTauranT. The NorTherner has received many ciTaTions and awards. Included among These honors are The TirsT class raTings by The NaTional ScholasTic Press As- sociaTion, Quill and Scroll's inTernaTional honor raTings, and The Columbia ScholasTic award. Sherrie Reasoner was ediTor-in-chieT Tor boTh semesTers. During The TirsT semesTer Dick l-larry was corresponding ediTor, Judy Rice, news ediTor, and Daisy Gore, assisTanT news ediTor. Sue Maxwell was TeaTure ediTor, Becky WrighT was assisTanT TeaTure ediTor and circulaTion manager. Gary TusTison served as sporTs ediTor, and Bob Kabish was as- sisTanT sporTs ediTor. The classroom news ediTor was Nancy MoTz, and Doug Boren, Dave Pulver, and Paul Raver were co-exchange ediTors. Mike Page 38 OrmisTon was business manager. Jim O'Brien was assisTanT business manager, Marilyn Zager was ad- verTising manager, and Sue Coller was assisTanT cir- culaTion manager. The poinT recorder was Sharon McAlhaney, and CurT Drew, John KnighT, and Tom Lapp were The phoTographers. For The second semesTer, sTaTT members were managing ediTor, Sue Maxwell: copy ediTor, Judy Rice: news ediTor, and AssisTanT news ediTor, Mike OrmisTon. The TeaTure ediTor was Daisy Gore: The assisTanT TeaTure ediTor, Marilyn Zager, and sporTs ediTor, Bob Kabisch. Among The sTaTT members was also Tom Biggs, assisTanT sporTs ediTor: Reva Berlin, classroom news ediTor: and co-exchange edi- Tors, Diane Cornelius, Judy Leach, and Joan Shimer. Jim O'Brien was business manager: Sherrie McKay, assisTanT business manager: Paul Raver, adverTising manager: Dale Terry, assisTanT business manager: Doug Boren, circulaTion manager: and Bonnie Dol- nick, assisTanT circulaTion manager. Janna JohnsTon held The posiTion of poinT recorder, and The phoTog- raphers were CurT Drew, John Knight and Torn Lapp. 0. .av Anne Scsenhle-me-f and Judy Leach check +I-:air sfovii-. om C13'IIyU Veley, Bfvrmli Din I, ffhnfi- Cirzweiuz. ard SI'-vt fw of H19 aggiqwrvwervf beck MCAI'1mffy pr-DDI vff1CI 'WZ V-'C 'ws fri I STUDENTS WHILE MAINTAINING HIGH NATIONAL RATING xVorI.mg Imvc Io am up fha- pages I-3' the papff' fnwi- Bc-1:I,x, Um. I-In yy mic' ,. ,I www In -M' Wrlqhf, Dick I-Ievry, Judy Rice, and Daisy Gore. quo? at flwe- C'ffI'TUI-3I Pcsfauvfl :I I IJJI, H. ,v I I -c' swf' fi .3gNgnq5:.3gq3-ni 0-as ' syfx ,: g N l ' V iii F551-15+ 'iizig35'Q'2fB W1 X .v x :Xt If I -, f--..:"-f ,I ,A cl, 31234 v n 'T' 3 V ,T ,,, , ,, .V . rs. ,swf-. 1 ,f ' ' ,f'?..v.Q!-'V 3355" "' r ,ig4,r37.,5,j45-v.fvf-4, .Y 1. -' gif ,we . ,, ,-blip, f Miss Thiele, The advisor oT The NorTherner and Legend sTaTTs, can always find Time in her busy schedule To give sTudenTs in The journalism deparTmenT a helping hand. I-ler schedule includes Teaching English and journalism, and counseling aT The annual summer journalism, insTiTuTe aT lndiana UniversiTy. HONORARY PUBLICATION CLUBS HELP T0 CREATE INCENTIVE In order To gualiTy Tor The honorary i500 Club, a pupil musT earn 1500 poinTs Through wriTing, ediTing, or managing Tor The NorTherner. ATTer re- ceiving The bronze pin oT meriT, The journalisTs may conTinue To sTrive Tor higher awards. A silver pin, 3,000 poinTs: a gold pin, 5,000 poinTs: a leTTer, 7,500 poinTs: and The ToremosT award, a gold jeweled pin, l0,000 poinTs, Members OT The T500 Club are: Dianne BrandT, Doug Bore-n, CurT Drew, Daisy Gore, Dick l-larry, Bob Kabisch, John KnighT, Sue Maxwell, Nancy MoTz, Mike OrmisTon, PaT Parker, Paul Raver, Judy Rice, Sherrie Reasoner, Gary TusTison, Becky WrighT, and Marilyn Zager. The mosT coveTed honor be-sTowed upon a high school journalism sTudenT is membership in Quill and Scroll. Only Those pupils who have dislringuished Themselves Tor excellenT work during a year or more may be considered Tor The organizaTion. Besides achieving These high sTandards, prospecTive mem- bers musT also be seniors who rank in The upper Third oT Their class. The Tinal decision oT who may join This honorary club is made by The naTional execuTive secreTary oT Quill and Scroll, aTTer pupils have been recommended by Their school advisor. Members are: Dianne BrandT, Dick l-larry, Sherrie Reasoner, Dale PonTius, Gary TusTison, Phyllis l-larT, and CurT Drew. Qui'! and Scroll-FronT Row: Dianne Brandi Sherry Re-asoner Back Row: CurT Drew, Dale PonTius, Dick I-larry. Row T: Nancy MoTz, Sue Maxwell, Judy Rice: Row 2: Dianne Brandt Becky WrighT, Sherry Reasonery Row 3: CurT Drew, Dick I-larry, Bob Kabish, Mike OrmisTon, Doug Boren. Page 40 4.S.L.-Fronf Row: Whifnc-y Snyder, Sfeve I-lenry, Chuck Winkler, Bob Bozer, Torn Bosse rnan, Bob Vane-TTe: Second Row: Sandra lacquay, Roberta Guingrich, lv1arTha Miller, Sue l-larwood, Judy Comer, Barb Arlen, Kay NoTesTine, Sherrie Mayhew, Barbara Zarey, Rosel'en Mcssersc' midi Kafen Bobayg Third Row: Bruce Woosher, Eugene Poco, Bi" Cunninuhern Jerry Hr:-Urnai Jerry Narsaw, Lar'y May Lynn Soughan, Dick Graef, Dan Randaw, Torn l-layl-uref Chuclf Clause. STUDENTS ENJOY HONORARY CLUBS AT NORTH NaTional Thespians lbelowl is a speech and dra- T1aTics club which is composed of members who aim To creaTe more inTeresT in The advanced sTand- ards OT dramaTics. Membership in This honorary 9rganizaTion is awarded Tor recogniTion in The dra- T1aTic arTs program. Mr. James A. Purlchiser, a Teacher oT speech and JramaTics aT NorTh, is The advisor oT This organiza- won. NorTh Side lnsTrumenTalisTs laboyel is an inviTa- Tional organizaTion Tor band and orchesTra members wiTh more Than one year oT service. The purpose oT This organizaTion is To TurTher The sTudenTs inTer- esT in insTrumenTal music. CTTicers elecTed Tor The year were: President Charles Clauss: Vice-Presi- denT, Sherry lylayhewg SecreTary, lylarTha Miller, Treasurer, Bill Cunninghamt Parliame-nTarian, Bob VannaTTa. NaTional 'lhespians-Fronf Row: Bev Beclc, Sarah Shicleler, Adrian Wall, Darlene Parrish: Row 2: .lohri Me-TZ, John Boui'leT, Bill Didier, Jim Sherron. VOCAL DEPARTMENT STRESSES QUALITY AND POISE Under lhe capable direclion of Miss Jeanelle As well as parlicipaling in lhe school concerls, Rich, lhe vocal music deparlmenl is one of which A Cappella also gives programs oulside of school, we can be very proud. Ahhough many of lhe whkhincmde cammng Honilhe Uncom Tower,lhe mudc Qudenk wouH probabw hkelo go dghlinlo Chou lHp,and vanousciher mudcalengagemenls 1A CappeHa,lhey hml muslacqune more Waning. The oTHcem Tor lms year were preddenl, Ron The Tirsl slep is chorus class Tor one year. Afler Gehring3 vice-presidenl, Bob Kabischg secrelary- chorus class, lhey progress eilher lo Girls' Choir, lreasurer, Barbee Moriarly: and social chairman, Male Choir, or Varsily Choir. From lhese groups Jerry Leelh. Opposile: llopl-Varsily Choir, lmid- lhe new A Cappella members are chosen. dlel-Girls Choir, lbolloml-Male Choir. I I I Tl ' i I 1 , 1 ,T I T ll 1 I Fronl Row: Linda Olinger, Donna Dehnerl, Darlene Parrish, Karen Karger, Mary Ann Andreas, Carol Cameon, Barbara l-lines, Janet Shawn, Linda Romine, Kay Pallengale, Beverly Beclc, Bai-bee Moriarily, Connie Maloley, Bobbie l-lorn, Linda Schamerloh, Sandy Slwarnerlah, Andrea Srnarl, Miss Rich, Row 2: Susan Guilliume. Barb Marsh, Dianne Robinson, Judy Johnson, Judy Rice, Nancy Slarliel, Diana Salisbury, Elaine Arlrnan, Jeanelle Sherbondy, Marsha Seiberl, Paulann lnlosler, Sarah Shideler, Sally Elliol, Evelyn Parr, Pauline Osborn, Dailene Belden, Pal Pence, Karen Kringg Row 3: Wayne Williams, Bob Borlon, Sleve Forlmeyer, John Benlz, Jim Ellenwood, Larry C-ilpin, Wallace Williamson, Chick Morrell, Slan Meyers, John Rhodes, Bob Baer, Roger Grihlilh, Rirn Ge-hrig, Foresl Redding, Dave Lechleilnerp Row 4: George Earl, LaMoine Molz, Ray Spanqle, Bill Maloley, Dick l-larry, John Filiih. Bob Kabish Cam Newby. Don Pierce. Tom Poop. Garden Tennell, Dean Tlfinmaa The A Cappella banquel was highlighled by The presenling of a clock-radio lo Miss Rich. From lefl lo righl are Ron Gvehrig, Miss Rich, Jerry Leelh, and Barbee Moriarily. Page 42 A fx 4 U 1fw,r's nA A m H ! z r 4 , I ML I .s A l 5 gl Q nj i 1 I 1'M75745f -g A A l 4 .Nuo , I I I . J " U ', 'S -1 L .L 1. 'I 1 w ,I ' V I A P , I ,J , ,, 'f 2 4 J' 1 I". 5 I, , ,, . ' y IK ' I I I ilwge ' xv, In, ' Q Y I il 'I In WWI? ' H ,I Y 'LN ' L gn, .3 5 , v"' -' - 1' 'L " 'ing 4 4 , ' Y ' 'X x " Zim? iii Q 1 133 ,411 Y T lLeTT To rigl'Tl Gecvge Earl, Bob Kabish, Jim Ellenwood, Bill Maloley, Tom Popp, Ron Gehrig, Gorden Tennell, John Rhodes, Bo Baer. TRIPLE TRIO, CHANSONETTES GOAL OF VOCALISTS Adding anoThcr Touch To The NorTh Side music deparTmenT are The ChansoneTTes and Triple Trio. Members of boTh are also members oT A Cappella, while The boys also belong To Male Choir. BoTh groups sing many Typos of songs Trom spiriTuals To popular Tunes. Besides singing in The school pro- grams and concerTs, They also sing Tor oTher clubs and orCianizaTions ouTside oT school. For These lLelT To righTl Fay PaTTenqale, Linfla Romlne Sue Guilliume, Ju S1 h ST d l J nl fra i e i-r. Earfe-ne Belden was abs: . ' 5 .J engagernenTs, ChansonoTTes were aTTired in Thei new blue cocldail dresses, while The Triple Tris sporTcd whiTo di'ncr jacket x-,fiTh rw3T2hing Ties ani cummerbunds. Very ably assisTing The groups were Their accoaf panisTs Sally EllioT and Vfallace V-fifliamson. BOT oT Those Tine groups well doscrve The praises Tha Tollow Them wherever They go. dy Johnson, Barbee lVloriariTy, Connie lvlaloley, Paulene Osborr BAND PLAYS AT CONCERTS, GAMES, CONTESTS C'fI ,u 'X Tree: -f f- -- -Y ef- -2 - H' 1-Je-f ef -L fa' -fe eff z. f-A-3 1-3 -. -,ef V-er 3 C' r 1 033 J L- l' fl f IJ PN The Nzrfh Slae COWCEVT Band pu? e 'ye 35 ree' Uez he ilffff: l f C M z 3 in 'he hearrs of 'he basketball amd lzofball fans 55'3i 'ECVK3 ' 35 f- ' :L ,l r"': X, Jrhrs year, The largeslr band ever, corvslshnq el Qi JOY 'NIE F , , v-,si -rexfe. 0 T memberz, also oerlormed af pep sessrons dec ire- , N - A Ished meslc for lhe Twlrlers and Qlvlc parades. Many Char mpmbgril members erwered Solo and ensemble covers Vi f3'3,,3- Dfegjfn 4 wr high henors. Grief' '3 Secreer r l' 1 T"e NIA' Sze CTE" Er: ff' . Te "f:"Tk-E'E . iw' ' 1, C'ed7' 'C -3 tht: 5-3 :'1.'3e3 5-3 'Y ', 5"E"T- 'Y"'57T7S. 3 Y in " T" "ga -W'--'-1 -1 'few---.-w..,.,,. , ,,,,,,:,wWv,,s' 5 , l , 2 L Wi N E' .vii iii? ' , , , 5151 , i ,.. gf Q-. iv, i Sf' " A .S .glill The Varsiry Band members 'apenf many hours ol: praclice, working for a chair in rhe concerr band. They also prepared numbers icir lheif various concerls lhroughour the year. VARSITY BAND TRAINS MEMBERS FDR FUTURE Varsiry Band, led by Mr. C. W. Hall, is made up of srudenrs, primarily freshmen, who someday would lilce fa be able lo play in rhe Concerr Band. ln essence, il is a lraining ground for iurure varsily band members. Irs maior funclion, orher 'rhan lo provide lhe Concerr Band wilh new Jralenr, is To give lhe members experience in ensemble playing. Alrer proving Themselves in Varsily Band lhe mem- bers lhen progress lo Concerl Band. Fronf Row: Nancy Marlin, Row 2: Pam Price, Sherry Andersow, C The colorful hall-Time exhibifions al our arhleric funclions are a success due largely lo 'rhe erforls of rhe Norrh Side Maioreffes. Delighhful cosfumes, varied roulines, and precision lwirling have enler- iained many Redslcin fans during The pasl' year. Nancy Marlin, head maiorefle, wilh rhe assisrance of Mr. C. W. l-lalf, has been primarily responsible for rhe exrreme success of rhis group of lwirlers. arcil Davison, Care' Buclcmasferg Row 3 Janielle Merrill, Dc-nna l-laqadorn, Barbara Brudi, Janie Marring Row 4: Judy Glock, Sandy Harlzeli, Karen Seiberr, Karen Herrick, Row 52 Doris Melsqer, Diane lah:-, Sandy Smith, Linda Lurlon. E J . ,pf l i 4 2 i E s 2 6 5 5 l The orchesira no? only broughf eaiisiaclion fo The sludenf body, Eu? also To the ccmmunily ky givin-3 fi.6Vci pubic periowrwanqeg ORCHESTRA STRESSES CLASSICS AND SYMPHONIES The Norlh Side Orcheslra, under The direcfion of Mr. C. W. l-Tall, conlinued ils line record of oul- sfanding performances. This year, The orcheslra played al such memorable evenfs as The Senior Play, back lo school night and The season concerls. Members also performed al The Irene Byron and 'rhe Ve'reran's hospifals. ' Music siudenis, whose love and apprecialion of +he be-auly of music have led Them io lalce an aclive par? in Norlh Sides orchesira, have helped The orqanizarion 'ro grow and beller ilself. To help safisly lhis inleresl in music The orcheslra members sludied classical music liierarure and enfire sym- phonies. During The year, sfrinq members organized as a symphonella, The orcheslra, This year elecled Jerry Hoffman as presidenlr. Hpianissirwc plc-ate' Mr. Hail seems li be Praciice makes Derfegr is fhe password of ihe Norrh Side orchestra, aw Sayind as le diieiifz 'he cvcheslra during one illusfraied by fhese hard-working members. oi Then lciurfh peficd rehearsals. BOOSTER CLUB GIVES "SKINS" CHANCE T0 SERVE Boosler club is one ol our oldesl clubs, having been lormed in l'-?27. During ils long hislory, il has eslablished ilseli as one ol lhe fine school serv- ice clubs ai Norlh. The purpose of lhis organizalion is 'ro help in- crease lhe school spiril and lo mainlain lhe high ideals of Norlh Side. In order lo increase +he morale ol fhe Redskins, 'rhe members sell badges, shakers, and orher ornamenls lo lhe srudenls prior PX lo seclional lime. This, along wilh 'rheir usual sell- ing of relreshmenls ar all of our home games, helps lo finance lhe aclivilies of This club. As a reward lor Their oulslanding work in Boosler Club This year, Karen Knispel and Gary Brubaker received lellers. The sponsor ol lhis organizalion is Mr. Noel Whillern and Elaine Rousseau presides af meelings . 'bn Row 1: Kathy l-learh, Phyliss Gordon, Judy Mee, Sharon l-larlman, Diane Fell, Yvonne Rousseau. Row 2: Carol Garrison. Karen Galer, Elaine Rousseau, Bonnie Selzei Janice Benecke, Jackie Kreider Judy Ferguson, Kenneih Sludebaker, Row 3: Rosalyn Locs, Mary Ann Tegfmeyer, Shi'ley Keller Becky Near, Karen Knispei, Tami-nie l-lealh, Bill Hopkins, Row 4: Noel Whilfern, Sharon Flynn, Karen Keller, April Mcffreary, Gary Brubaker, Dick Marshall, Bill Phillips. Elaine Rousseau, Rosalyn Loos, and Sharon Flynn are displaying a few ol fhe many ilems Thai' were available lo ihe baskeiball fans al iournarnenf lime. RQ..-v 4, ohn Kniqhl, presidenl of Camera Club, demonshales lo, fhe eub members ll'e D ortre use of lhe pholo enlarger. The Camera Club was founded several years ago for The sole purpose ol giving Redskins lhe opporf lunily lo lalce, prinl, and enlarge piclures. Many inleresling meelings were planned lhis year, and the members spenl much of lheir lime developing and perlecling lheir lalenls. This club has many worlhwhile plans lor 'rhe lulure. They hope lo be able lo run a movie lhealer in The school audi' lorium for lhe sludenls lo waleh during lheir lunch hour, The Club has recenlly wrillen a new consli- lulion. The olhlicers helped lhe club lo be success- lul in 1959. The olllicers lor lhe year were: presi- denl, John Knight vicefpresidenl, Slanley Rowei secrelary-Treasurer, .Jill Kinley: membership chair- man, Par Borneri darl-,-room manager, Karl Pfisrer. The advisor ol The Club was Mr. Henderson. CAMERA CLUB DRAWS INTEREST OF HSHUTTER BUGS" V 5 '7' ' f' ,998 lpn- E One cl Came'a Clubs piojecls was Thar ol showrfll me A 4 V 'V 4 N i' l l during ungn period This year. Row 1: Marlin Waller Liz Zalahi, Marilyn Wriighl, Jii l'in'ey Pal Bznei, Dial Schialler. Row 2: lsarl Pfisrer, Gary Flouding, Pon l-larshman, Robert NVhile Dinh Webier, Mr. l-lenclersiin. Row 3: Slanley Rowe, Ron Schwarfz, Jirn Read, John Krriqhl, Myron l-lullrnan, Bob Weis, Gene Smilh. Row 1: Sfeve T-leirnan, STeve ForTrneyer, George 'Earl, Sfeve Fawley, Terry Bashelier, Bob Arnold, Milne OrmisTon, Row 2: Dave SrniTh, Denny STewarT. STanley Wocids, Jirn O'Brien, Jim Wann. Dave Scherer, Jirn l-loward. Row 3: Bob Van Ness. Bill Bushing, Pere Bcirab A' Unger, STeve l?gberTs, Torn Buclrr'nasTer, John MeTTs, Torn Cook. Row 4: Rcy STrohl, Larry YanT, Jaclc l'-lallenbeclc, Jirn WighT, Diclr VouqhT, Milne lvleTTerT, Mr. Biclrel. KEY CLUB HElPS MOLD CITIZENS OF TOMORRDW To develop iniTiaTive and leadership is The pur- pose OT The NorTh Side Key Club. Key Club is a school service club sponsored by The NorTheasT Kiwanis Club oT l:orT Wayne. Membership in The club is open To any sophomore, iunior, or senior upon The recornmendaTion and approval oT The club members. Sam Schoeplce. Temporary chairman oT TourTh period Key Cub and due5.Ts T'orn N:rTheasT Kiwanis seem To be en- icr-,inq their rneeTinq. . fi. ii The proiecTs Tor This year were The publicaTion oT The NorTh Side Key, and The sponsoring OT The dance aTTer The SecTional Traclc meeT. The oTTicers, under The supervision OT lvlisTer Glen Biclcel were STeve Fawley, presidenTg David Bash, vice-presidenT7 Terry Bashilier, secreTary-Treasurer: and John Johnson, sergeanTfaT-arms. STeve Fawley is shown presiding over one oT The rnany Wednesday nc-cn rneeTinqs, as Dave Bash and Mr, Glen 1. Biclel loolr on. 'TP 1 'ii . E 2 X is ,R . 9 - Q . 'i i .U i i N.. 4-4 Page 50 ,fa -PM Row I: Par Mullins, Sherry McKay, Eve Meyer, Darlene Parrish, Sarah Shideler. Row 2: Foresl Red- ding, Lincoln Schroclc, Mr. Coil, Bob Kruse. Jim Richarly The Narional Forensic League labovel is a na- rional high school honor sociely for debarors and public speakers, under The supervision of Mr, Alberr Coil. Awards are made ar rhe annual speech ban- quel. The clul3's officers This year were president Lincoln Shroclcq vice-president Sarah Shideler: and Secrelary, Darlene Parrish. Junior Forensic League lbelowl is open 'ro all freshmen and sophomores inleresled in speech. The purposes for This club is lo srimulale furlher inreresl in speech and 'ro promole beller speech among The underclassmen. The club advisor is Mr. Sfanley Lee. The officers for 'rhis year included presidenr, Cheryl Tabacorfg vice-president Wallace Williamson: and secrelary-rreasurer, Carol Carroccio. N.E.l., I.FQl. OFFER OPPORTUNITIES IN SPEECH Row 1: Lucy Feichfer, Judy Leech, Parry Hudson, Sylvia Grant, Joan Shimer, Bonnie Dolniclc. Sherry McKay, Eve Meyer. Row 2: Mr. Lee, Anira Medslcer, Sherry Tabacorf, Mary Berh Schaub, Sherry Beifler, Judy SmiTh, Yeoland Slaler. Row 1: Sam Schoeplre, Donald Robbins Charles Wehrenbei'q, Mi. lv1aloTT, Thom-as Shiiwall, NVayne Payne, John Johnson. Row 2: Dave Bower, Bill Siler, Charles Mclvlalen, Bob Ayres, STeve I-Teller. Ed Erb, Carn Ni:-wlmy. Row 3: Jim Reed, Bill lrulocln, l-loward l-labig, Bifi l-loplrins, Randy Poberls, Harold Schneider. HI-Y DEVELOPES, MAI T-li-Y is a high school branch ol The Young Mens Chrislrian Associahon and is aTliIiaTed wifh The sTaTe and naTional l-lifY organizaTions. IT is a ChrisTian organizaTion which sTrives To promoTe high sTand- ards ol moral characTer ThroughouT The school and conwnunHy. hh-Y cardes on vanous proiech To rake nwoney Tor The club as well as parTicipaTing in an annual Mr, lv1al.oT and club rnembes iisTen aTTenTively as The presi- denT tell, ol The new business To be discussed. NTAINS HIGH STANDARDS World Service Drive, They also sponsored an aTTer- game dance, "CuT RaTe Capers IV." lvlr. John lVlaloTT is again This year The club's sponsor. Lead- ing The club This year were presidenlr, John Johnson: vice4presidenT, Wayne Payne: secreTary, Dale PonTiusp Treasurer, Paul Erwin: chaplain, Bill 'lruloclc and sergeanT-aT-arms, Kirby McKissiclc. Qflicers John Johnson and Dale Ponlius 'icasuallyi' plan a TuTure meeTing. They Teel ThaT Their minds TuncTion be-TTer when They are relaxed. Page 52 '- " V: Row 1: Carol Feaze Susan Pelle' Rosemarie Beerrle Jgjrr 8.1" V1 Kari' Severe' Bell. Bzzle, Kafrle-ir A'1'ef.s, Pu' Giver, Le,.ie Gazlcm Miss Fosler. Row 2: Elaine Du-cw., Jean Dgenrrran F'3"' Ffieni Banu Ha" S'e'r, rlrlielu D:':f'. Hur' e,er Marsha Arnglz Ky-1' Frnlel Susan Guillaime, S,ly:a G'57T, C'e'i Alfernse Row 3: J.3. Brzz. Sanz. Farra- l-an, D32 Lirza Ewa' J-QV Bah"-'s'-ll Ja- 1' B'Eh'f'l'f Karr. Bell Cnarlcrre Harrreve' Barbara Fazf Nat. Sra'-5, Row 4: Ka", 3:5-,J J.: Czz- lf l- C-' -"5 An' I-M" C11 Have Beverl. Bro:-e'r, Nanc. Cclemaw Alice Esziir KJV, F:.' Barzri B .. Jve' Bti' S':':' Eahersr- Polar-Y is an affiliare ol 'rhe Young Womens Chrislian Associarion. This organizalion slrives lo mainlrain The high Chrislian ideals of lhe sludenl of Norrh Side. The members had an enjoyable year wilh lhe many inleresling aclivilies lhal lhe club sponsored. Among rhe aclivilies were an aller- game dance and a poralo chip sale. The members of Polar-Y also made small baslcels ol favors lhal were dislribuled among The children al Parlcview Memorial l-lospilal. The club, under lhe advisor- ship ol Miss Lorraine Fosler and Miss Marjorie Bell, complered a very successlul year under 'rhe leader- ship ol 'rhe lollowing ollicers. For lhe lirsl semesler: presidenl, Nancy Slarlceli vice-presidenl, Sharon Ballershell' sec-lreasurer, Pam Friend. For lhe seo ond semesler: presidenl, Sharon Ballershell: vice- presidenl, Sherry I-lallfield' and sec.-Treasurer, Pam Friend. POLAR-Y UPHOLDS HIGH CHRISTIAN IDEAIS Row I: Ccnne M,ers Pa' SQ'-el Pam Barry' Ka. Pagexanz V-fr--ll lie rrrr la' Vai :ic Cy: r Ke e D. ,. J..:-- 1, 7 Jai-. Lee. Row 2: Ji:.:e M:Ccs-e. S,lvia Smffe Donna Wane S.e T"": e Ka, Jfrszr J.:. Leap' D71 Lei' - -ry 1 :fl Vw erze-ir -' :F Llzn Ka". Rees' Ma' ,r M:Nerr! Jean Neamad Jn. Long CV: J:r":':' M ss Bel Row 3: My 3 Ffa' 3'f':,2'1 S" Sal, J:":i' Be", Rollin: Sha' Kern Jag, VVQIW, Gar-err Poberrs Bari: Ri:-2' S,s:i' F'Jas:'- Sell, he :'a':' Les? Swze' Barca", Til .lvs Pigg, J3::,e Me're's Pc:-:na McMarn, Row 4: An'-e Sasenhefrfe' Elleri Mee' Jzlie T':"5s Jean Te". D:'13: Sgrriz- Ja' ie M-1" Jn, S""r Da' M,ll'rs Marilni Refer, Lo.ann Weave' S'W5'O'7 Slarr, Lina aSTo,l Delhi Fegezaaz E e' S:n3:e' Crer Taziigff, Row 5: Mgizar' Tegroaer 5'6"-5 Tarn-iw Karen Knieiel Beve'lv Soacie, Kaf'r Kreiqn, PQVH' Bs -S D,l:'eg S" " Jai- e Laoifef' SrJ'31 r"3"i J-33' NWI" pereiiu N'cA'1'.' Jaw O'Bear, Arlere Marr", S,e Monncl, Ca':l Moor'-eaa Crrl Har,-azz, i 2 l l l l l I 1 ,., + I ,W " 1 ,' .1 f 'Win 1 fi . ' 'Mr . . u 'MVN 'Y-. K una .N 5-'Q -'4' I' in Fronf rowg Sue Craig, Sally Pickering, Ann Slellner, Carol Ehrsarn, Linda Ruch, Sherry Alrekruse, Linda Murphy: Row 2: Kay Recedanz, Marilyn Hicks, Kaaren Seaman, Judy Long, Juanila Earl, Linda Reid, Diane Simmerman, Deanna Marquarr, Diane Sqheeleq Row 3: Karen Herrick Nancy Hug, John Cooper, Kafhleen Bell, Sharon Shark, Dianne Wasson, Mrs. Nusbaurn. JUNIOR RED CROSS SERVES COMMUNITY WELL Junior Red Cross is a school service club which acrs as a co-ordinalor belwe-en rhe school and The American Red Cross, The members of J. R. C. are available lo assisr local aurhorilies in The evenl' of an emergency. Each year rhe club underlakes se-ve eral acliviries. During lhe pasl year, on l'he Junior Red Cross calendar was rhe Valenrine Dance, which was held in 'rhe Norlh Side cafeleria. Each year Junior Red Cross parlicipales in many acfivnies lor rhe benelil of lhe aged and lhe undere il... .e .3'.:' 'ei xi. 3' Q I 78 lfiggus ,75l222Jl 829302 . lg ,' nl , XX is I we ..,. E privileged. They also aid lhe hospirals of Forl Wayne by helping in various charirable ways. Much of 'rhe success of Junior Red Cross is due lo The assislance of 'rhe advisors, Mrs. Alice Nus- baum and Mr. Charles Clark. Under lhe able supervision of lhese advisors, rhe officers helped ro lead The Junior Red Cross lo anolher successful year. The olilicers for i959 were as follows, presi- denl, Barbee lvloriarlyg vicefpresidenl, John Cooper: secrelary, Becky l-larris: lreasurer, Sharon Wehrle: and social chairman, Sally Pickering. Making RA, anncuncernenis for fulufe meefinqs and orher club luncrions had lo be done oiren. l-le-re Barbee Moriarify 'ells club members rha+ a scheduled meering has been Doslponed. Page 54 -1 il ffrfng 6 1 . f sl V4 , A ii 1 Row 1: Mrs Cfasman, Uvda O'mgen Anne Scsenieiwer Pew 1, Canv Befea Pefa Be'An Safcfa leiq,ef life C1 afar Robeda CSUIFQHCL Mr. F'an2"af', Row 2: Mafc-5 5 EeMcu7r1 Pa"f fiufz DAi'i Safbrf C'e'c"e Ha"'e,e' Zane Bfard' Jane Glzgk P-,Wg Pane' Sfen, Ef9'+ Sardy Sc'a'erg- Ma'2e'L'PA-xe"e', Row 3: U'2i 3i"'e fe, PiNE'ZiE leaf efie SP5-'bc"d, Ma".' Zege' G-5"e F'er'-:e Ka, N:'e3"'e Miva Eve, 3'i'2' 'fe 2 2 F:' '!:':'ee'. 'fem '-:'- meyen Fume Teachers Q5 Af'-erica is an organEza"or 05 gave nance efc me afme' :If-X.. Cffzvfez saf','. sfuoe-Ms which 5T'T6V"?O'E fo culfivare fhe fV'f6V6:S' Mmm of 'F-e cfeo' :cf '45 ,ear ': me 'Q we and abEII+Ies of Ps me'r1bQfsIn The eduCa'7c"a5 ffefc. gL.f3e':e 35 'ff:, Tfe',e"' Cnecma' aM: Fff. EW'-we' This fs dcwe Lhrougb speak-efs-or edmafc' 5'-3 J. Ffiwzmaf. "see 'ffz avg fff'f 'fe zxicerz panel discussions. 7161066 'C gdue :fix '3 i EJLCEEEIJQ fear, Czififi Members of LHS crgadzaflcw can also thier :cr 'He yea' were ae fzhffs: :cf 'Fe :ecowd ihelr Irweres' b. spbs"n'Irg T' classrccmz aroma E'3"'lEE'E" S'EE'OE" .Jaw 9332? v?:e-sfeiceff Hue dome, '.-ke' 'ae 'SGJB' 'saber '5 'efwscfaff fif 3'3"EfQ59' 2eC'e'i', 'faq' fv' 'e2"'f'e,ef' ufavafieble. 'feaefer Pan' 3ef',"" e'3 s5'x'a'fe"'a"i' f'-'QM Soda! ecfv'-'es 5: we yea' I-chcieci a' ii'-E' VCC'eaf,f. R Llrae 'lxfze' :ee"z ': se e":,"g 'I' ':::"-"' - :- 5+TrM'5- E' p egg f-3 :. 1-5- if 'Lz.-,-, ,LAL :- -,, N Row 1: Diane Simerman Jan-aT Shown, Marilyn McNeTT, Joyce Thomas, Jeanne Doughty, Karen Karger, Juli? l-Iippensfeele, Paf Bullerman, Sherry Ehlerf, Jonnel Haversfocl, Diane Scheele, Kay Russell. Row 2: Mr. Thomas, Bernard Keller .l'm Howard, Dave Bower, Larry Schuberr, Jim Perinell, Dave Sharfs, Vrcror Scheele, Karl Pfister, Steve Horton, Mr. Pressler. Row 3: Tom Sroeckley, Ron Wiersck, Bill Haohen, Charles McMaha'i, STeve Henry, Clam Srnith, Jorn Erser, Orley Holywarrh, Torn Brubalcr, Bob Bozef. Row 4: Dale CasTraror Bob Gahman, James C. Newby, Bob Shaffers, Tori' Shoah' John Coober, Dale Pormus, Jim Blaclburn, Jrv Gdrrard, Bob Arrcld, Tom Popp. PHY-CHEM OFFERS ACTIVITIES FOR "SCIENTISTS" Phy-Chem, which is devoTed To The inTeresT and advancemenT in The Tields oT Physics and Chem' isTry, is open in membership To anyone who is Talcing eiTher oT These classes. DemonsTraTions, along wiTh speeches and discussions on The scienTiTic Tield help The members To widen Their inTeresTs in This Tield. The mee-Tings OT This club were held in rooms 236 and 235. The ouTsTanding acTiviTy oT The club This year was The aTTer game dance held in The caTeTeria. IT was aT This dance ThaT The worlds newesT elemenr was disclosed in The person oT Mr, l-larold Thomas. Mr. Thomas, along wiTh lvlr, Sherman Pressler, serve as advisors Tor The organizaTion. OTTicers Tor The year were as Tollows: For The TirsT semesTer: presidenT, Paul Wehrenbergp vice-president John Cooper: secreTary, Sue Mc- Nelley: and Treasurer, Bob WalTers. For The second semesTer: president lvlilce OrmisTon: vice-president Roy STrohl: secre-Tary, Carolyn Kelsey: and Treas- urer, Paul Wehrenberg. Row I: Sarjra Ori-Tire, Mary Ann Andreas, Lx Busian Becky Wrigrwf, Lldrly Vice, Carolyn Kelsey, Susan Gregg, Vernell Gahran, Ann STellne'. Jane Colver, Madelyn Br-if-rsh-ins Row 2: Per Cecil John Kniqhv, Jacr Gaylorc, Tom Buclnuaster, Bob Ayers, Larry Kramer, paul Wehrenberg, Gene Ca" rli-, Jw- O'Brien, Roy Srrchl Milf-3 Ormisron, Row 3: John Melis, Mile Bullerrvran, Davc Bash, Jim Wann, RoberT Kruse, James Richarr, Bruce Wcirffar EJQQ-re Pocrl Bob Parrer, STeye Heller, Vernon Robinson, Fore-sr Redding, Lincoln Scrrocr. Row 4: Robert Kabrsh, Carl Brown, Paul Hell' wed, Allan Poe, John BcuilleT, Ron G-ahring, Dan Soffzborg Larry Knight Dick G-ras-T, Pefe Boirab, John Benrz, Ron Madden, Dave Nicholos. ,,., NorTh Side Biological SocieTy officers are lle-TT To righTl Jim Howard, Wallace Williamson, Carol Lal-lui-reau, Miss Thomp- son, advisor, and KaThy Kreigh. in NATURE CLUB SEEKS NATURE'S HIDDEN SECRETS The NorTh Side Biological SocieTy is The new name of The Tormer NaTure Club. This club, how- ever, sTill enables iTs members To gain a beTTer undersTanding OT The ouT'oT-doors and wild liTe. When weaTher does noT permiT The members To conducT Their Tield Trips and hilces, Tilms and pro- iecTs keep Them very busy. They have such iilms as one enTiTled "Open l-learT Surgery," and Their proiecTs have included various naTure hobbies. Besides The club's new name, iT also has a new consTiTuTion and a club song wriTTen by Their presi- denT. The officers Tor This year were president Wallace Williamson, vice-presidenT, James l-lowardg secreTary-Treasurer, Carol Lal-lurreau: and publiciTy chairman, KaThy Kriegh. The club is under The supervision OT Miss Thompson. Row 1: Miss Thompson, Jim Howard, Mary Wilkins, Carol La l-lurreau, KaThy Kreigh, David Will.ins. Row 2: Michael Smead. Rex Cecil, STan Meyer, Ron SchwarT, Wallace Williamson, Richard Ririlier, Daniel STouT. F T E l i I I 2 3 2 : i '11 AWN 1, is i,Q.i 1,35 1 5 Page 57 i 5 All Siffing' Nis: Pcswr, Bewrlx War-rf-s Slwirc-'1 Guisinger Sue Lmch, Pain Pre-1.1 Snerm Harrield, Sandra Adams, Linda Mast, Darcre Simpson, Ewa, C:-,fu Row 2: Miss Born Parrica Jen-'S Carol Pago, Nancy Riniinarl, Geargear,-e l-larch, Jud, Schneppy Sandra Hanna, Susanne Bead' Said. Mall-'ily Mari Bovwfs Diane Feqenanz, Scsie Edqerlx. Row 3: lN.lisS Spoolsrra, Kay Garrell, Diane Corneliusy Darleen Butler, Sf-'n-1 5 Miilfve Lwia CAI han Mum Marina" Sharon Schulri Arun-1 l-lwsrinqs, Anna Carex Lois Gurriri, Pal Roos, Carolyn Arnelung, Susan Hwwng: Row 4: Sharyi CHL-i Brrin-il-3 VVeave', Sxlxia Beary Karr-y Fox Canal Carrgirio, Barbara Allen. Pat Pnrlerv Linda Lulfgn, Larry Kain, lv-" WJ" Dlrlf-'e V'J"sn. Row 5:VN1ll.u:v W 1a"'s9n Mx: Nahwxiilu F'a:.l Rn-ar Ran Cr::l B.ll Bcmswinq Rusiell Bervana, Dale Terry, Ha-in 1 l-NCQ lj lxl ls kia' Sll Benrir-3'rjl'f, J. C. l. CREATES CURIOSITY IN ROMAN CULTURE Any svudenl enrolled in a Lafin class may ioin Junior Classical League. The club belongs To a rialfonal orqanizarion of classical clubs. Irs purpose is To qixe sludenrs a be-Her undersranding and ape preciarion ol Jrhe Roman civilizalion, Ianquaqe, life eralure, and arr, This orqanizahon ar Norlh al- ways has a Chrisrmas Ddfly wirh The Modern Larquaoe Club in December and a picnic wifh rhem in The Spring. Advising rhe club are Miss Judith Bowen, Miss Lorraine Fosfer, and Mrs, lxlariorie Spoolslra. Sands r nf: 'hi rev ,l.C.L, "ree'n1. The Roman barry where all club members dressed up in loqas and The lilce was enjoyed by all. They even sal on lhe lloor lo ear. A Roman play was also given al one ol lhe meelinqs, Firsr semesler ohficers were president Sandy Adams' vice-president Becky Wriqhl: secrelary, Sandy Cooper' and ireasurer, Barbara Allen. Presi- denr, Pam Friend' vice-presidenr, Mike Narwald: secrelary, Sandy Cooper: and rreasurer, Bill Buesch- ing lead during rhe second semesrer. U ' ' V 5' . Crime" Carr Ci""i-ii: Lnaa Lu":' Pa' 'Parker Pau l3'a'.'er, and Bi' Benninghow spend some al ?neir lree :me Lan Row Sc'e:e' - : :':'e G'-3-3' Sr: 1: Vin E: -e' S '5f":' -:i' ..., ht., ..,. ,,..: 4:5 "QM 2 Row 2:'f:1- ."' : A 1:--H 1.5-,f:.-,,.,. f,,, V, J.-. ,. 'l"2'1 ".: 'fgn 'e:e'. - Z ': 'fa':' ' ' ' L Ei" 2' l T. 1 i , 4' 0 V lf' Mat: 'i. " Row 3: 'awe 521: Jars ,:':e' '-'ivge'-2' .V ' 'Se' :M f '11 :fr .Mme E:-11-3 , E' -lil? 5 3'5" -V if 5j'efe 'figf-E 1 Iffz. -' Ei' 2.15.1 'If' 'xiii' :f , -'3' 1 ' 'F R01 43 Lg-i f 'elf v5'Z ..Z"f 1' i"f :."S 4 x ' 'Ev i'1 :f"E 3,5 :C1::"E L Z "2 '11 E j': f ":"b' Wafci Ki' e':eZf DC':2i Si"::f Eefe'. 51:1-3" M SS pzae Row 5: 72' "-1 . 37: fs" -1" E' Fine. ':" 1: .' '-S" ':' 'fi::e' -'e:'e' He e' iii. C::"e' ' ,::,:e'ff Tae '. , 'kg f 1 J:"f '-" ."'i ' 'AC.UE'7 Lefguege Cyn 'Z 'face .3 C' inc-sn: :i2E'fi'wC' 7':":. C' P-e:33"" 5 , A D - .fx - I I- .. - - - Tok 'Q Sac' if we 'fefcf fffc 'ave Q B :fees-3 f-ggi 3 2,5363 -Z We ,Jen M5 cr senef, "5 "'e"se': ef-9 Ee: Q, Ffs: ?"E"Q.I 5 nf. ', xg,-J hh LLM. pL.""Y5"E 'ff' Da- Lefffe 'cz tfhii E 6' ?:ffe. , , . . . LT 'z' "e "" iewefef f-'e'e :'et"'Q Fwqe' inc, C' Exccei' Carve: eiset ex, - , F- , A -. . . ' 52' 'fezcep Ice-c'e:'ce" .:" Czzze' 1L L See " vc Pate, 5 e'::,':::ec ' 'fa zfoa' ze- ! , - - 5 - 4 ' - - 'e' We C2 emi" P: "Lf 'L' ,LVLNL 2 T-cf. ':g':"p 2:2 5 5- ine zzezfefz N31 ez 55,5 ,557-5 5-3 if-1 2, fi, ef, .Jilin-F- L: ,xfg 'fe 2227: zenere' "e ei 1 ' n ' ' frf- ffirsfr- I- ,r'r rr- - - ' r--A, SP'C,,-ec -fe 5 355 'fy' -E, -,CA ,c. 53 3-L 5- --E ff: -. ze. -T 2 :Q 5: - 2-3 ft, L -, 'w'e":ef: cave 5 'ef 2' 'few' Qfiz. T'e i:'f:' E 2' ZTEZL' 2796" Z'ff'6 3'f'Lf"'A A oe"-e :Vie :::'f"e3 :. 'FV fi fri' WFS '1e'-'L' Q' 'L 5"4'2" Qi'-2' Eecr 'lay Ee" Sri: i': .Trane f'e'::':. .5'E: "'f-2' fC"'5 :ff'2 :E'f':' 'C :f' vfiif II' L C'1' 3-:P :'- '-.1 -:,- 'jf-L-f 1-A 1.-ki " - 'fLL-'-- Agni, :C The endeavor oT GloloeTroTTers is To sTimulaTe inTeresT in The world-iTs lands. cusToms, peoples, and governmenTs. For This reason, guesT speakers presenT Travelogues and Timely discussions. The membership OT GlobeTroTTers is made up of sTudenTs who have shown inTeresT and capabiliTy in The social science deparTmenT, and who have re- ceived a recornmendaTion Trorn one oT Their social science Teachers, Through The guidance OT Mr. l-larry Young and Miss KaTherine RoThenberger, This clulo sponsors The biennial Trip To New York CiTy and WashingTon, D, C., and provides TransporTaTion To The polls on elecTion day. CTher proiecTs are a ChrisTmas parTy, and The spring picnic. FirsT semesTer oTTicers were: is 4' 515 , ,Q AX Zlii- AQ A. oresidenT, Torn ShoaTT: vice-presidenT, John Cooper: V mx 'W in Bin-Wi '---- secre-Tary, Sandy Liniger: and Treasurer, John John- X son. The second semesTer oTTicers were residenT, Will fd Dan SpiTzberqg vice-presidenT, Wayne Payne: secre- BeTQie The nieeTina belirs, menniters have a Ten rninu'es Te lar' , BE'Cli l'l6rriSj TFGGSUFGF, Cam Newb I and fi er- wfiiea Y Y Y 'S QW M' even T " ' dl' social chairman, Tom ShoaTT. GLOBETROTTERS LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR WORLD Row T: Miss Rolhenbeiger Barbee Mo'iariTy, Darlene Parrish, Ma ilyn Zaaer, Lucy Feichrer. Julie Hoover, Deanna T-lenishaw, Sue Lyncn, Jane Glock, Becky Harris Sue McNef.ey, Mr. Young. Row 2: Mile Berger, John lv1eTTs, Roy STrohl, Sylvia Beery, Sally Henry Sandy Linigei, Paulann l-losler, CharlQTTe l-larrneyer, JaneT Shown, JeaneTTe Sherbondy, Mary BeTh Schaub, Cam Newby. Row 3: Mile Ornwisrcn, Bob Walters, Ron Gehring, Ran Madden, John Johnson, Dale Poniius, Tom Shoah. Wayne Payne, Dan Spizkeia, Brad Bencure, John Cooper. Page 60 0 , ,,,Y,gY '1i,4.,f.P:-fV4',,. hr. 7 ,, .. ,, , LL. A. u,,,4 1 M-. ' VY., , - . - , . 1 , .. ' 1 .' M, ','iE.'E ig . ,i"i2' ,.. E" T 21 .E :iff A, ' 3 ' ' 3 DAFFY DABBLERS PURSUE THEIR ART INTERESTS YOUTH FOR CHRIST DEVOTES TIME TO RELIGIOUS PURSUITS 'Y The oT'Ticers Tor The TirsT semesTer oT The new NorTh Side YouTh For ChrisT Club are, Trom leTl To riqhT, CaThy Andrews, Doris Miller, Pal Burns. and Rex Cecil. These oTTicers helped lead The club To a successful TirsT year. The YouTh For ChrisT, one OT The newer clubs aT NorTh Side, is a non-denominaTional organiza- Tion. The purpose oT This club is To oTler ChrisTian Tellowship To The Teenagers. WiTh The assisTance oT Their advisors, Mrs. FeTTers and Mrs. Dare, The programs and acTiviTies OT The year were inTeresT- ing and educaTional. The programs consisTed oT a series oT Moody Science Films plus an inTeresTing and educaTional sermon Trom science. The highlighTs oT The year's acTiviTies were The Spring BanqueT plus all The convenTions and rallies. Leading The club during The TirsT semesTer were: PaTTy Burns, presidenT7 Doris Miller, vice-presidenT: KaThleen Andrews, secreTary: KenT Cecil, Treasurer: and Susan T-larTer, reporTer. OTTicers Tor The second semesTer were: PaTTy Burns, presidenT: Doris Miller, vice-president Janice BornTragen, secreTary5 KenT Cecil, Treasurer, and James Armey, reporTer. As Their Theme Tor The year They chose: "l am noT ashamed oT The gospel oT ChrisT: Tor iT is The power oT God unTo salvaTion To everyone ThaT believe-Th." Romans l:l6 Row T: PaTTy Burns, Lavonne Gonser, l5aThleen Andrews, Anne Craslrill, Mary Gaslrill, Susan Allen, Carol Byrne. Row 2: Karen I-lolmes. Jan Wildey, Nancy Weaver, Don Myers, Carolyn Eloosh, BeTTy Brown, BeTTy I-lalTer, Mrs. Amelia Dare. Row 3: NaTalie Lenz, Rifa Williarns, PaT Reddin, James Germey, Brenda Morgan, lfenT Cecil, Doris Miller, Sandy CasTreT, Susan l-larfer. iii' .f- s T- T FT 3 I "N, N T i ' , -: , ' 'f . W , I if .fi .. 5 ' V , . N . 5 A s af' , s 'jc . f T. ima J' f 1 i gf J 'M .Zi , ' ' 4 I T ' Y 1. 1 K . 3 H fi.: . ..., , K ,Q ig '11 ' , ,: , S-.Tiff 'idx ,, - ' :P -P. 5 T - visa - T. , f' :- ,ga r '-xi-irs,.1:zI.:rETtg5Q.f,.V . . " ' ' s - . , - 1 ,Vi gi- j ' ' A '-3521 44, ' ,V .9 - r " 'Ti' '. T? F '53 lg I In Y g' T , 2-4' 5: V . T' ,- EL gil ? . 5: -:V ' Y' 'fs L Q 'T' if s , 4'9i3,ts N ,' a. Zu--. - ,- Q fl I v.., Page 62 .. ,mn , . yggy 'K X E . Row T: Barbara Carey, Jeannie Doughfy, Darlene Parrish, Sandy Cooper, Judy Rice, Becky Harris, Sfephanie Richards, Sandy lciniger, Phyllis Parker, Jane Coleman, Eve Meyer, Ellen Schoen, Row 2: Nafalie lenz, Beverly Beck, Janef Loude milk, Mary Lou Haberly, Sally Henry, Anne Sosenheirner, Sue McNelley, Janef Shown, Sharon Kellogg, Marilyn Cook, Roberla Guingrich Mar- garet Musselman, Charloffe Harrneyer. Row 3: Mike Nahrwold, John Meffs Jim Howard, Sherrie Reasoner, Kay Paffengale, Barbee Moriarfy, Paulann Hosler, Carolyn Amelung, Susan Harwood, Jeaneffe Sherbondy, Mary Befh Schaub, Barbara Allen, Dick Graef, Row 4: Bill Buesching, Dave Bash, Bob Kabisch, Ron Gehrinq Dick Harry, Alan Poe, John Bouillf, Sieve Fawley, John Cooper Daniel Spirzberg, Walley Williamson, Tom Popp, Torn Sfoeckley, Tom Hayhursf, HElICON EURTHERS INTEREST IN LITERATURE The aim of Helicon is fo increase and enrich fhe knowledge and inferesf of ifs members in fhe field of liferafure. Each semesfer a fheme is selecfed fowards which fhe sfudenfs will direcf fheir inferesfs. This year Helicon fook an acfive parf in The acfivifies af fhe Dome. These acfivifies included such evenfs as The Chrisfmas parfy af fhe Allen Counfy Infirmary, fhe annual Spring Tea, and The annual Senior Farewell. Leading Helicon in an inferesfing and successful year were fhe following officers for fhe firsf semesfer: preside-nf, Janef Loudermilk: vice-presi- denf, Barbee Moriarify: secrefary, Sarah Shideler: freasurer, Alan Poe: and for fhe second semesfer: presidenf, Phil Refchlessy vice-presidenf, Alan Poe: secrefary, Kay Parfengale: freasurer, Sarah Shideler. The sponsors are Miss Mabel Greenwalf and Miss Mildred Huffman. Judy Rice. Sfeve Fawley, Becky Harris, and Sandy Cooper pracfice before going fo fhe Infirmary, A 1 I 513 1 Page 63 INDIANA COI:LEQQg'ITIQ9N jze 675455 of 1959 !Qde5en,1f5 T HE Qgglfwf NORTH SIDE HIGH SCHOOL FORT WAYNE, INDIANA QQX53 Q6 QQQ? Page I Nor+h Side's leaching sfahf +his year reached an all +ime high of 89. Oul of 'rhe- l4 new educaiors, one is a Redslcin gradu- aie. The dufies of +he facul+y, ouiside of fheir daily classes, include classroom prep- arafion, grading papers, making up 'res'rs, carrying oul homeroom responsibiliiies, a'I'- +ending meelings, and supervising ex'rra- curricular acl'ivi+ies. The in'reres'rs of fhe feachers exfend beyond l'he school. Some devoie Their free lime 'fo church work, hob- bies, various clubs, and civic ac+ivi+ies. In adclifion 'ro lhese, many faculiy members have family responsibiliiies, and also aH'end meefings and conven+ions in order +o im- prove 'rheir leaching melhods. These Red- slcin inlelligenisia oflen go far beyond fheir call of duly. They devo+e many hours as class and club sponsors, as ushers, and as chaperones al' school acl'ivi'!'ieS. Q6lC QIW5 Page 64 0 COIWLIWL 8Ifl6!Q Faculty V . f 3"3miiT' T T aw-QR NorTh Sides ParenT Teachers AssociaTion is a very acTive group which each year presenTs an excellenT educaTional program Tor The parenTs. Annually The PTA. sponsors a dance Tor The Red- skins. The leaders Tor The pasT year were: lleTT To riqhTl lvlrs. Coolc, Treasurer: Mr, Biclcel, second vice presidenTt Mrs. Brubaker, presidenT3 lvlrs. Ungerer, secreTary7 and lvlrs. Bade, TirsT vice presidenT. Mr. Aaron T. Lindley, who is The SuperinTendenT oT The ForT Wayne CommuniTy Schools, is well- known and liked by TaculTy, sTudenTs, and parenTs as well. Along wiTh performing his duTies OT pro- viding an eTTicienT adminisTraTion, he also spealcs on many occasions aT our public schools. The P.T.A. has many proieclrs ThroughouT each year. Each proiecT requires many hours OT various Types oT worlc. These ladies are shown sTamping envelopes, one OT The smaller jobs ThaT malces our PTA. so successTul. Page 66 HIEF ROBERTSON MAINTAINS HIGH ADMINISTRATIVE IDEALS ' wg, yifi 1' ITT ril iduafion is one of the linal duties fha? Mr, Roberlson forms be-fore fhe close ol The school year. I-Iere he is ,vn donning his gown in preparafion for This evenl. lvlr. O. Dale Roberrson, The Chief of our Redslcin Tribe, is now bringing lo a close his sixlh year as Principal ol Norrh Side. l-lis responsibiliries are lime consuming, sirenu- ous, and varied. l-lis day siarrs before many ol us leave rhe house and ends many hours alier Jrhe ringing of The lasl bell. l-le is responsible lor adminisrering a school of over Two rhousand siudenls. Throughoul The long school day he performs such duiies as: giving morning announcemenrs, counseling parenrs and slu- denrs, conducring laculry meerings, super- vising Sludenl Council, and aiiending exlra- curricular acriviries. These acriviries lceep him very busy, lor during The weel4 and also on week-ends he olien ailends plays, con- cerrs, bangueis, sporrs evenrs, or special social luncrions. Mr. Roberrson is confin- ually busy buf he cerrainly does his iob well. r. Lillian Graham, Mr. Robe-rrson's secretary, and Miss Mary Waiier, secrefary for Miss Gross. haip TO leer? Nwrh Sid? iuflifiiifvr i ' nSS3r1railyap 'fdbylllrxjsln Mpbrih' properly fhroughour ihe year. Their Iriendlineis and helpful wn relaxing arnjxng his family, and in his oflice failing on The IIT' '51 . i MJ., , . ik., , TP 3-Q A , Q' 11.--'Y' 4' A I , 's' . " ,'g'2 A , l'll'l , V3 1 Br ' OVQCIH E' ' fir 91' l Li. '. O E if ' phone, a duty thai consumes much ci ns time, 5g Page 68 RALPH ANDERSON Science MILTON BAAS Malhemalics MRS. ANNA BARNES Sludy Hall MISS MARIAN BASH Social Science MISS HELEN BEAN Home Economics MISS MARJORIE BELL Ari GLEN BICKEL Malhemalics MISS JUDITH BOWEN Lalin DONALD BRUICK Physical Educalion, Coach MISS RUTH CARROLL Physical Educalion ROLLA CHAMBERS Heallh, Coach MRS. MARYANNE CHAPMAN Business MISS MARY JANE CHASTAIN Malhemalics CHARLES CLARK Malhemafics MISS CATHERINE CLEARY English DEANS PROVIDE VAST, Norlh and ils loyal Redskins are Io be very proud ol Iheir Dean of Girls, Miss Vicloria Gross is one person apprecialed and well-liked by I'he hundreds ol sludenls she guides annually. She is never loo busy lo lend an ear and help solve our big and Iillle problems each day. Her courlesy, diplomacy, and lcindness will be remembered lor many years Io Come. She is lruly a Iriend and guide Io all. ESSENTIAL GUIDANCE PROGRAM Mr. Bill Anrhis is our SFISFQGTIC Guidance Direcror and Dean ol Boys. I-Iis closesf conracls are with boys, bur his guidance programs reach all sIuden'rs. Such programs are inferesling and are designed Io rnalce every Redskin a belrer s+uden'r and person rhroughoul his high school career and furure years. Alrhough he has been here for only Iwo years, his excellenl' work and influence are here 'ro sray. ALBERT COIL English MRS. I-IAZEL COMEY Sludy I'-Iall ROBERT COWAN Physical Educalion, Audio-Visual, Coach RICI-IARD DANNECKER English MRS. AMELIA DARE English MAURICE DAVIS Social Science ROBERT EDWARDS Induslrial Arls MRS. I-IARRIET EMMERSON Treasurer CHARLES EELLER Social Science CLEON ELECK Social Science MISS PATRICIA FLEMIN6 English MISS LORAINE FOSTER Lalin ELM ER ERANZMAN Social Science WADE EREDRICK English Coach MISS ORAL EURST Business I 'x 'Nr J6- Sei M . uf. I Q .sl Page 69 Page 70 MRS. JEANNE GAUSE Physical Educalion, Swimming MISS MABEL GREENWALT English WILLIAM I-IATT Music MYRON HENDERSON Social Science BYARD I-IEY Malhemalics, Coach MISS MILDRED I-IUEFMAN English, Counselor I-IYRLE IVY Swimming DONALD KEM P Physical Educalion ROY KLINE Ind. Arls, Phys. Ed., Drivers' Training STANLEY LEE English PAUL LEMKE Spanish JAMES LEWINSKI English BERYL LEWIS Malhemalics, Chemislry RONALD LEWTON Science MISS ELIZABETH LITTLE English Miss Ellen Rowe, one of Norlh Side's new feachers, has a unique and inleresling hobby. During The lasl' summer, she could be seen operaling a waferslciing concession al Lake James, a popular Redslcin sfamping ground. I-Iere she shows her superb prowess as a wafer slciier, as she demonsfrales her slfill. In addilion lo leaching Spanish, Miss Rowe super- vises fhe cheerleaders, JOHN MALOTT Social Science DONALD MCCLEAD Arf W. H. McNEELY MaII1ema'rics JOHN MERTES Business JERALD MILLER Mafhemafics MISS IRENE MILLER English MISS MAR.IE MILLER Ma'rI'1ema+ics MRS. NOLA MORRIS Home Economics GENE MOYER Social Science MISS BLANCHE NIELSEN Science MRS. ALICE NUSBAUM Mafhemafics CLIFFORD OTT Science EVERETT PENNINGTON Mafhemafics MRS. GRACE PENNINOTON Business MISS FRANCES PLUMANNS French, CounseIor A+ We beqir-ning of The scIwooI year Ine facuI+y of We Dome boasfed We addiiion of I bers. S en, fnree rno'-9 Ieacners have poined We sian Mr. Pcb I RepIoqIe Ieacres EngIisIi and Spanisng Mrs. Rafricia B e IE-aches Home Econornicsg and Mrs. Anne Stann Ieigheg A Here Mrs. Siann and Mrs. Bruce are shown tak g over Hn periences ar N045 Side. 1 Page e Q A O ' :ff fl! I , 1- 'ififi Iv jf' :Z 2 Page 72 I H lil- MRS. WINIFRED PoE Visiling Teacher SI-IERMAN PRESSLER Science ROBERT PUGI-I English, Malhemalics JAMES PURKI-IISER English, Dramalics WILLIAM OUICK Induslrial Arls MRS. DONNA RAPP I-Iorne Economics LESLIE REEVES Business MISS JEANETTE RICI-I Music MIxS RUTI-I RICHARDSON Home Economics MISS KATHERINE ROTI-IENBERGER Social Science MISS ELLEN ROWE Spanish MISS ETI-IEL Sl-IROYER Librarian WILLIAM SIMON Business ROBERT SINKS Social Science RUTI-IEREORD SMUTS lnduslrial Arls The caleleria worlvers play a very imporlanl role in Ihe of the rnany Redskins. Sealed lelf lo riqhf are: Ma Schepelman, Dorothy I-Iamrnons, Wilma Best Helen K amer and llo Boyd. Sfanding are: Frieda Wifle, Evelyn Gas Ernesrine Reiling. Perle Durnloauls, Frances Menzie Dennis Mary Romblce, Edna Senger, and Gladys M Cull qh MISS MARGARET SPIEGEL Home Economics, Healfh MRS, MARJORIE SPOOLSTRA English MISS SARA STIRLING English MRS. MARY JANE STOLTE English MISS NORMA THIELE English, Journalism HAROLD THOMAS Science TOURIST THOMPSON Induslrial ArI's MISS VESTA THOMPSON Science ROBERT TRASTER Business MRS. JANET WEBER English RICHARD WERT Induslrial Arls NOWL WHITTERN Science HARRY YOUNG Social Science ROBERT ZIMMERMAN Social Science MISS DONNA GULLION, ldeceasedl English During +his pas? year, 'rhe days have been filled wi'rh memories and we have had a wealfh of experiences. Our +radi1'ions and cus+oms, organizaiions and social ac1'ivi+ies, oufsfanding afhlefic clepar+men'r, and high academic siandards have made ihe lime we puf in worfhwhile. The enrollmenf rose 'ro 2,0453 'rhe adcli+ion of fourleen new facully members, bringing The 'rofal io 90, made Nor'rh Side ihe largesi high school in +he ci+y for 'rhe second con- secu'rive year. We ceIebra'red our 32nd an- niversary and +he '50's came +o an end. From 1'he brighi' husfling mornings fo The quiel' resfful evenings, we never failed 'lo have evenfful days ai' Nor+h. So ihai' you can relive +hese wonderful experiences, fhe Legend en+husias+ically gives you a look af .... ' ,Eau--wi "s" jk? g0f0!8lfl Uiyff C Page 2 Squeezed befween fhe Big Dome's walls are many sfudenfs. They represenf eifher fhe freshman, sophomore, iunior, or senior class. As a year begins, fhe poor freshmen are given a fhorough once-over. They have fo adiusf quickly fo fhe size of Norfh, fheir losf feelings, and fhe more difficulf sfudies. Sophcmores do nof affracf as much af- fenfion as when fhey are freshmen, nor do fhey have any aufhorify as an upperclass- man. They iusi' confinue fo adiusf and ad- vance. The Junior class has a wonderful op- porfunify fo culfure a sense of responsibilify, from offen being chosen fo serve as club officers and chairmen of commiffees. The almighfy Seniors have a greaf responsibilify. In many insfances fhey sef fhe pace followed by hundreds. Togefher fhey feel fhaf- ja 0 OM!- Page 74 ui 19rrzczrwu9cL1 .fm Xa-.L pt! eoaa Classes VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN pflllillll ,NOJAPP gill! WOJQITLCQIEFYI PAULANN HOSLER, LYNN ROSENBAUM MAINTAIN HIGHEST AVERAGES Valediclorian, Paulann I-losler has worked very hard lo oblain, lhrough her four years in high school, lhe average 'rhal malces her rank highesl' in lhe class ol l959, Nol' only was Raulann lop scholar in her class, bul she also parlicipaled in many exlra aclivilies in and our of school. She was The chair- man ol lhe cily and slale board Thai promoled lhe polio campaign and also a member of The Forl Wayne Counlry Club. ln school, Paulann was Presi- denl of her sophomore class, a member of Sluclenl Council, A Cappella, l-lelicon, Globelrolfers, Norlh- erner, Junior Red Cross, Modern Language Club, and Junior Forensic League. The Valediclorian plans 'ro allend Indiana Universify nexl Fall. Page 76 Salulalorian, Lynn Rosenbaum worlced equally hard 'ro oblain her high honor. Lynn, as well as Paulann, allended Foresl Park grade school. Noi only does Lynn rank high scholaslically, bul she is also well-lilced by everyone and a friend 'ro all. During her high school career, Lynn won many speech awards, She is very inleresled in acling, arf and music. Lynn alrended lhe Uniled Nalions moclc general assembly al Manchesler College and was also a represenlalive al Purdue Universily. She is planning lo be a Teacher and will allend Indiana Universily also. Al Norlh Side Lynn has been a member ol l-Ielicon, Globelrollers, Junior Red Cross, A Cappella, Norlherner, and Junior and Nalional Forensic Leagues. FORTY-TWO SENIORS MAKE FOUR YEAR HONOR ROLL To honor lhose sludenls who have been success- ful in allaining lhe goal for which all sludenls should slrive, an overall scholasfic average of ninely percenl or beller, an assembly was given in lhe audilorium, April l5. Dr. Sylvia Bowman, assislanl professor of English al Indiana Universily Cenler and a former publicalions and English leacher al Norlh Side, presenled a mosl inspiring speech lo 'rhe iuniors and seniors, giving lhem advice on lhe fulure. Al lhe second assembly for freshmen and sophomores, Darlene Parish and Sleve l-lenry spoke on lhe imporlance ol good grades in high school. Those seniors who mainlained a ninely percenl average Through diligenl sludy and hard work lor four years and lherelore made lhe lour year honor roll are: lFronl' rowl Marilyn Cook, Janel Louder- milk, Darlene Snyder, Karen While, Jane Glock, Lynn Rosenbaum, Paulann l-losler, Judy Keirns, Jane Coleman, Barbara Carey, Jean Doughly, and Dar- lene Parrish' lrow 21 Dianne Brandi, Sarah Shideler, April lVlcCreary, Margo lvlusselman, Janel Mc- Arlhur, Barbee lvloriarily, Suzanne lvlchlelley, Bev Beck, Judy Corner, Elaine Arlman, Sherrie Reasoner, Susan l-larwood, Jeanelle Sherbondy, lvlary Belh Schaub, and Karen Knispel: lrow 31 Kay Nolesline. Sieve l-lenry, Dan Spilzberg, Gene Allekruse, Jerry Leelh, Bob Wallers, Dick l-larry, Larry Eair, Phil Relchless, Lincoln Schrock, and Doris Miller. Abs se-nl were: Larry Dominy, Becky l-laughl, Gary Tuslison, and Janel Shondelmayer. Eour ol lrhese members qualified wilhoul having allended Norlh lor four years, lhey are: Darlene Parrish, Janel Schondelrnayer, Lincoln Schrock, and Elaine Arlman, Page 77 The cfflcera who I'xeIped make ou' Idsf year successIuI were Fronf row: Judy Johnwn, secfefafyrfreasurem Paf RI'ey presiden Sonic' C1555 idvlsfrz w-?vE-, Fronf row: Mix Soocdsfra, Miss HHIe, Miss Rich, Miss TIA-ompsong Row 2: Mr, McCIead, Mr. Lee Mr. Lewfom, Mr. OH. Three abzenf when the Dicfure was faken are: Miss Huffman, Mr. Maloff, Miss MiIIer, Mrs. Nusbaum, Mr Purlhiser, Mr. Zimmerman. OFFICERS, ADVISORS PLAN '59 ACTIVITIES AIarw Poe, vice-presidenfp Back row: Don Pierce, sociaf comrmffee: Chuck Winkier, sociaI chairman: and John Cooper, socia Qommlffee. Page 78 +. 7 F.T.A,g Cheering Bloclcg Chorusp Girls' ,yn L55 we CGMEIIOMJQ, yell arLxi0u5 If enfereal ffm Jiale r!00r5 ABSTON, DORIS MARIE Home Room Secretary. ADAMS, JAY HOWARD ADAMS, THOMAS L. Foofballg Traclrg Inlrarnural Baslelballg Hi-Yg Jr, Red Cross, School Service. ALLAN, JUDY ANN ALLEN, SUSAN ANNE Choirg Varsilv Choir: School Servicej Yourh For Chris? Club. ALLISON. SHARON LOUISE Jr. Red Crossg Globerroffersj Sophomore Social Councilg School Service: Legend Agenl. ALTEKRUSE, GENE EDWARD F,T.A., Vice Presidenlj Phy-Cherrlg lnlraf mural Baskefballg Rifle Clubg Aufo De- sign Club. ALTEKRUSE, JANET MARIE Polar-Yg Phy-Cherng Foreign Language Clubg Cheering Bloclrg Senior Play. ANDERSON, SHERRY ELAINE Twirlingg Senior Playg Jr. Red Crossg Legend Sfaffg Legend Agenrg School Service, Foreign Language Club. ANDREWS, CONSTANCE LOU Sludenl Counculj Norfherner Slaffg Na- lure Clubq Jr. Red Crossg School Se-rviceg W Twirling ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM JAMES Rille Club. ARNEY, JACK EUGENE Baskerballg Foolballp Track, Lellerrnang Boys' Cheering Block. ARNOLD, CARROLL JOSEPHINE ARTMAN, ELAINE SUE A Capoellag Band, I-lelicong Jr, Red Cross: Narional Thespiang School Service. AXSON. GEORGE MICHAEL Senior Playg Sludenf Councilg Inlrarnural Baskelballg Foolball Managerg Track and Cross Counl Man r' Baslcefball Man- ry age , agerg Phy-Cherng Boys' Cheering Blocl. BADE, STEVE La ROSE Key Clubj J.F.L.Q Senior Playj Inlrarrvural Baslcefballg Boys' Cheering Block. BALL. DEAN C. Rifle Club, Phy-Chem: Varsify Choirg Varsily Band, N.S.I. BARGER, MICHAEL GOLDEN Foolball, Lellermang Inframural Baskel- ballg Phy-Chemg F.T.A.g Sfudenf Councilg W Sophomore Social Chairmang Spanish f 44 Club: Jr. Red Cross, Boys' Cheering Blockg School Service. BARKER, BARBARA JEAN Polar-Yg Jr. Red Cross: Library assislanlg Cheerlng Block. BARNARD, JIM H. Freshman Foolballj Rifle Club: School NX Service. Page 79 O! WOPEA. .1l"0Ll,9A0l4f EA? ygdfu, UZ? WLM 8 IIEIU A"l.Ql'L 5 6Ll'LJ AECCLIWLZ MF' . ' ',.- A A4.A4v' i ' 'Y f M II ' ii V va- 4 1 'ED' Paqe 80 x XX S5 BARON, KAREN KAY School Serviceg Senior Play: Cheering Block, BARRETT, JOHN M. lnlrarnural Baskelball: Rifle Club. BARRETT, JUNE ANNE Choir: PolarfY, BARVA, BARBARA JEAN lnlramural Volleyball. BATTERSHELL, SHARON ANN Polar-Y, Vice President, Presidenr: Jr. Red Crossg Northerner Slaflg Band: School Service: Senior Play: Cheering Block: Girls' Choirg Varsily Choir. BEAMER. CAROLE LOUISE Chorus, Varsity Choir: FTA.: Ripplerles: School Service. BEATTY, MICKEY L. BEBERSTEIN, JUDY SUE Chorus: Caieleria Worker. BECK, BEVERLY ANN l-lelicon,A Poinr Recorder, Program Chair- rnang Ripplerres: Jr, Forensic League, Membership Chairman: Spanish Club: Nali nal F r ' L Se ' r Pl ' o o ensic eagueg rno ay, National Thespiansg Debaie Club: Fresh' man Social Chairrnang Girls Cheerinq Blockg Norlherner Agenrg A Cappella: School Service. BEECHING, JEANETTE M. Legend Agent: Norrherner Reporlerj Cheering Blocl. BEECHING, JOAN ELIZABETH Cheering Blocli School Service. BELL, CAROL LARUE lflirarv Assislanl. BIDDLECOME, LARRY DEAN Hi Y- N.S.l.: Senior Play: Srudenl Coun- cil: Bandg Orcheslra. BISSELL, ERNEST ROSS, JR. Foolball, Lerrerrnang Spanish Club: Lerrer- rnan's Club: Phy-Chem: Boys' Cheering Bloclg Varsity Choir. BLACKBURN, JAMES ROBERT Band: Phv-Chem: Hi'Y: Foolball: Boys' Cfheering Bloclg J.C.L.: Kev Club: Rifle Club. BLOMBACH, MICHAEL KENNETH Phv-Cherng Hi-Yg lnfrarnural Baskerball: Foolballg F.T.A.g Legend Slaffg Senior Plavi Spanish Club: Boys' Cheering Bloclrj School Service. BORTON, ROBERT ALLAN Malh Clubg Chorus: A Cappella: Boys' Cheering Block: Freshman Track: Reserve Trackg Reserve Tennis. BOSSERMAN, THOMAS LYNN N.S.l.: Nalure Clubg School Service BOUILLET, JOHN Helicong Nafional Thespiansg Norrherne' Co-Exchange Editor, Assisfanr News Ecli- for: ISOO Club: Phy-Chern: Senior Play: School Service. BOWEN, JUDY LOU Rippleflesg School Service? Twirlinq' Cheering Block. orielzlfafecll WMA gg ome acfizf1'LI1'e5g Jfoorb euerzf5, Ijamify BOWMAN, sn-IERRILL LYNN I Q ,. A , . ' GJRAg RFe Cub. "'I BOZER, ROBERT LYLE Bandg N.S.I.j Phy-Chem, "f3'r 1 BRANDT, DEBORAH ANN f S-7 -JF Jr. Rec: Crossi Rbpleifesg PcIaf'Y: Scwol a . Serwzej G.A.A, BRANDT, DIANNE LOUISE Legs-nd Edimrg Norfherner Feafure Em' Ior, Assvsf. News Edimr, Ad Manager am: I T . ' . , Assls ,, OMIII am: SLrmII, 1500 CILIDQ Re- s-ewe Cneerleaoer, Capt Cheerwng Block: French CIUID, Secrefary, Presidenfg M.L.C, , Secfefarm VIce'PresIdenfg F,T.A.j Sfudefv' Coujmclluy Tfeaswefg Senza' PI.3yf SchI:IoI SRESNJRI Serwcej Sophomofe Sodal Councwlg ' A Norffsrrvef Agent BREESE, ESTHER MARIE G.A.A. Tfeaswer, Banc a' A3 1 C222 BRIGGS, GERALD DAVID ' 1- I'I.3M.re Clubg RII'-2 CINE: Phv-Chem: Spar' Ign CIub: Trahfng Bafdj Norfhewefi I1- Tfawufal Ba:keIbgxIIg Bov'S Cneerirwg Block: Sched Serwce. BRINKROEGER, JOYCE ANN BROWN, DAROLD N. BROWN, GLORIA LYNN Na','e CME School Sefwce, Twwlmg. BROWN, JANICE Jr. Red Cfcssi GirIs Cwovg G,AAg SI:I1ooI Sefvice, V .-on f cd 'fs BROWN, STANLEY EDSON Infrar'-UraI BasIefbaIIg Inframwal Man- ager: Foo?baII Marwagen Sewgr PIa.. BRUBAKER, GARY WAYNE ' Bccsfe' Chb, VI-is p'6SldE'If' Leif-Qfmam Infrafnwa' Bas-eTbaII. BUCKMASTER, CAROL ROSE THERESE Twvrlingg Jr. Red Cfossj Ripphefreg, J.C.Lj Cheerhg BIocIg Seniof Pla., I 5 BULLARD, WARREN EDWARD "' 1' 2235?S,h1'gf'5:,3zCJ5S'Am'' :L ., N 1:-'Y' BULLERMAN, PATRICIA KAY Sfuljenf CoufjciIA PM-CI1e"g J.C,L.f Jf. Rea Cfossj Rwfle Chb, BURNETT, CHERYL IVY PcIa"Y. BURNS, PATRICIA MAY Serin' PIaI.' Norffefr-5' Agervfy YQUTH Fgf CH'-iv P'-551-Jen? F.T,A.g Polaf-Yg Nafqe Club: Modern Language CIIICQ Ban-35 School Sewwceg Spanlsh Club Vigerlixfeg- dem. BUTLER, CONSTANCE LUELLA S:arwIsH CIUQ, I CALDWELL, DAVID MARTIN Radfc Chr.. CAMERON, CAROL ELLEN A Cacoelha' PoIa'fYg F,T,A, Page 8I lliariefied, anal a!a1fLce5. e 50011 earned, Lie 1f1,a,me5 ana! face 41' fev- bm Q5-'-2 Page 82 CAREY, BARBARA ALICE Bandg Orcheslrag J.C,L.g Phy-Chem: Hel Con' N S I' Math Club L d A School Sgfilce. I egen gen CHANDLER, CAROL JEANE Chorus. CHELF, THOMAS ERNEST Key Clubg lnfrannural Baslcefball. CLAUSS, CHARLES RUSSELL Globefroflersg N.S.I., Presidenlg Sluden Council: Band. CLEMENTS, CHARLES J. CLICK, MARYANN Chorusg C-irl's Choir, Varsily Choir, Jr Red Crossg Legend Agent. COLE, BYRON JOSEPH COLEMAN, JANE G. F.T.A,q Modern Language Clubg Helicon Cheerinq Block. COLLAR, NORMAN COMER, JUDITH ANN Qrcheslraq N.S.I.g J.C.L.3 Sfudenr Coun cilg Polar-Y, Jr. Red Cross, Norfherne Agenrg Phy-Chem, COOK, ROBERTA LYNNE Bandg Polar-Y, Nafure Club: Chorus COOK, MARILYN MAE Srudenf Council, Norlherner Agenfg J.C.L.g Band, Orchesfrag N.S.l.1 Helicon: Legend Slaff. COOLMAN, WALTER LARRY Intramural Basketball: Nalure Clubg Aulo Club. COOPER, JOHN HORN Sludenf Council, President Modern Lan- guage Club, Presidenl, Vice Presidenl, Membership Chairmang Phy-Chem, Vice Presidenl Secrelaryg Red Cross, Vice Presidenlg Legend Sfaffj Senior Play: Senior Social Councilg Intramural Baslfel- ballq Boy's Cheering Blockj Helicon: Salelv Council. COWAN, ROBERT EUGENE Rilleg lnlramural Baslcelballp Boy's Cheer- ing Block. CRAIG, SUZANNE RUTH Polar-Yg J.C.L.g J.F.L.g Phy-Chemg Jr. Red Cross, I-Ielicong School Service: Legend Business Sfaffg Sludenf Councilj Senior Playg Norfherner Reporferj Varsily Choir. CRANCE, RICHARD LYNN Rillle Club, Nalure Clubg Inlrarnural Basketball, Track. CRULL, LINDA LOUISE Senior Playg Debalej Twirling. CUMMINGS, SHARON LEE CUMMINS, ROBERT LEE J.F.L.j Sophomore Secrefary-Treasurlerg Inlramural Baslrefballg Boys Cheerlnq Bloclr. XEAQ !6l,ClfLZfy FVLQWI EIU IIIL All-ILL! l.I'L orcfer E0 Ogflllill AFFORN. MICHAEL Letterman: Basketball: Footballg Tracl-, AGER, JOYCE MARIE ANNENBERG, SHARON AVIS, KEITH ALLEN Audio Vlsualg School Servlce AYTON, EVA ANN Intramural Volleyball. DECRANCE, SHARON LEE Glrls' Cliolr' Vafslty Clncllrj Polar'Y Booster Clubj Dallf Dabblersi Chorus, De MOULIN. MARCELLA NAOMI Modern Language Clubg Jr, Red Cross: F,T,A.g School Servlce. 0-nf DERROW, MARIE ESTHER Polar-Yj Jr. Red Cross: Girls' Cheerfng Bloctkg Modern Language Club, Soclal Chalrrnang Legend Agent, DEY. FAY MARIE School Serv7c5-3 G.A.A.3 Polar-Yj Girls' Vollevball, DIDIER, WILLIAM D. Stage Managerg Stage Crew: Chorusg Varsity Choirg Rlfe Clubg Natlonal Tl'lE'SpIan. DIDION, GLORIA JEAN DILLER, FREDONNA MARIE DOEHRMAN, JUDITH DIANNE J.F.L.q Legend Business Staff: School Service, DOLLARHITE, ARLENE JEAN Student Councul. Q 'CN DOMINY, LARRY THURMAN Student Councilg Intramural Basletblaii. DOUG-HTY, JEANNE MARY Hellconj Phv-Cherug French Club Soclal Chairman, Treasurerj Jr, Red Cross, Pub- licltv Chairrhang Modern Language Club, DREW, CURTIS D. Legend Photographeri 1500 Cluclq Quill and Scrollg Northernerg Serfo' Plat. Q7 DUFE. ROBERT W., JR. A-" Rllle Club. ,Y get Q- EARL, GEORGE ROBERT, JR. 'J Cross Country? Track: Letterman- Tract- "' Maragerg Bov's Cheerihq Blocl: Trucle ' g , Trio: A Cappellag Varslty Cholrg lntra- ' rnural Basketballg Key Clubj Male Choir. I EHLERT, SHARON LYNNE Cheerlng Block: French Club: School Servlceg F.T.A,' Jr. Red Cross: Ph,-Chero. Page 83 fiiiiiiifwm X K X my N ET E 'xfilififl TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening sec+ion .... p. Academics .............. p. 18 Acfivifies ..... ........ p . 32 Faculiy ...... ........ p . 64 Classes ...... ....... p . 74 I Sporis ..... ........ p . 126 Page 3 00 rcw!e5, one IWLDLJE 59914 111.1464 fime Abu! in in Ai A JCAOOZ ? 5 I 57 ? 9 wr- sq- xv .sm ...rv -J' I Page 84 1 s--. 'F .R 2 EMMONS, NANCY JANE Cheering Block, Spanish Club, Twirlinq. ERLER, ELSON L., JR. EULITT, EARL JEROME Nature Club, Auto Design Club. FAIR, DYLEEN FAIR, LARRY J. Track, Cross Country, Key Club, J.C.L., Student Council, Intramuarl Baslfetball, Boy's Cheering Block. FAULKNER, CHESTER A. Rille Club, FAULKNER, ROSE SHARON F.T.A., Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir, Chee-ring Block, Spanish Club, Library Assistant. FAWCETT, JOEL E. Intramural Basketball, Cheering Block. FAWLEY, JOHN STEVEN Football, Letterman, Key Club, President, Student Council, Vice President, Modern Language Club, President Vice Presi- dent, Treasurer, Legend Staft, Phy-Chem, Globetrottersg Helicon, Intramural Basket- ball, Chorus Class, Varsity Choir, Junior Class Social Council. FEAGLER, JANICE LEE Girls' Choir, Chorusj Varsity Choir, Jr. Red Cross, Che-ering Blocl-1, School Serv- ice. FELGER, SUSANN ROSE Polar-Y, Rifle Club, G,A.A, FIDLER, ROBERT N. Track, Football, Letterman, Intramural Basketball. FILLEUL, ANNIE-FRANCE Journalism, Spanish Club, Sec-Treas., Vice- Pres., Ritlle Club, Globetrotters, Helicon, Ripplettes, Seclreas., School Service. FISHER, MARLENE KAY Polar-Y, Booster Club. FITCH, JOHN E. Intramural Basketball, Football, Boy's Cheering Block, A Cappella, Male Choir, Training Choir. FITZSIMMONS, LINDA LU School Service, Cheering Block, Archery. FLYNN, SHARON ANN Booster Club, Secretary Treasurer, School Service, Chorus, Girls' Choir, Varsity Choir. FOELLINGER, KATHRYN ANN Polar-Y, Booster Club, Jr. Red Cross. FOWLER, JAMES WARREN Audio Visual, Key Club, Nature Club, Intramural Basketball. FRETZ, PHILIP LEROY Tennis, Letterman, Intramural Basketball, Audio Visual, Rifle Club, Phy-Chern, School Service, Boy's Cheering Block, lxlational Thespians, Varsity Band, Senior Pay. 5 Olftl' 50,9 L0l'l'L0l"8 yea? GARDNER, LARRY ROSS Rllie Club. GARRARD, JAMES WALTER Traclg PlwyfCnerng Intrafnural Basl-elball. GASKILL, SUE GATES, RUTH ELEANOR Rllle Club, G.A.A.j Clnorusj Archery Gmls' Cno.rg Intrarnural Volleyball Basletball, Ba'1r"lInton. GEHRING, RONALD KENT Heliconj Globetrotlersg lllm-Clwe"'j A Cappella, Presudentg Trlple Trlog Vamrtv Clwolrj Chorus Class3 Male Choir, Stu cent Conncll' Bots' CEPQVIDQ Bln-I GILBERT, MARY GLOCK, JANE KAY Nortlverner Aqenlg Debatej Globetrclttersj Polar-Y, Jr. Red Crossj ..l.C.L,j F,T,A. Social Clvalrman, President, Treasurer, I-lellconj Legend Staltg Cheerlnq Blocl' Sr-nnnl Swvlfe GOEGLEIN, GEORGE JACOB Rrle Club Presvzent: Student Counltl' Scnool Servlce. GOLDEN, GERALD WILLIAM Football, Intramural Basletballj Tracl. GOLLMER, LARRY PAUL Aucllo Visual: Key Clubj JE.L,j JCL3 School Serwcej Intramural Basl-etball, GONSER, LAVONNE MARCILLE Ctvorusq Glrla Clwolrg Varsrlv Cncnrj Youth For Christ. . GORDON, PHYLISS ELAINE N.E.L.j C-.A.A.3 Rlpplettesj Archery' Rlle Clubg Cnarasg Intramural Baslet ball, Deal Tennls, Terens, Ping Pong, GRIMES, SHARON LYNN GRINER, SANDRA JEAN GROVE, GLORIA ANNE Nortnerner Reporterj Jr. Rei Cross. GROVE, MARLA KAY Legend Aqentj Legena Statlj Sluaent Councllg Clveerxng Bloclj J.C.L.q School Service-g Jr, Red Cross HABERSTOCK, JON L. Footballg Basfetballg Traclg Intranraral Basketball. HAINES, MARSHA ELAINE Nartnerner Agentg Spanish Clubj F,T.A.g Ejranisn Club' School Servlce' Cnorui ais. HALL, DICK L. HALLER, CHARLES MICHAEL l'0!Z7LJ al"0lfUl IU? .IOITIQ 0 Olfil' ' V T'lim4,iVWff '-:af "v" QEESWKXEX ntt I X I ayrv -In M'ra X X In is I s, .blgg IE? lsr? 5 '15 1 " . I 1 I I --0 lv- rw.. 9-uv Q' ov- - . .J f -44 Page 85 9I'9Ql1l'L2.55,' OM-I' oofdfelw 42601718 JOLFQI' H45 Page 86 llle LUKLKLQCJ fAI'0l4?A fA0 HAMMOND, RONALD A. Siudenf Councilj Intramural Baslrelball Phy-Chem: School Service. HARGIS, MARY ALICE HARRIS, REBECCA JO Jr. Red Cross, Secrelaryg Phy-Chem J.C.L.g Globerrorlers, Secrefaryg Helicon Sennor Plavg School Serviceg Legend Sraff HARRY, RICHARD DALE Freshrrian Class Presidenlg Helicon, Pro grarn Chair-rnang G-loberrolrersg North irner, Point Recorder, Ass. Exchange Edi lor, Ass. Feafure Edilor, News Edifor Ediforfinrflhiel, Circularion Manager Correfpohding Eoilor, Srudenl Adviser ISOO Club, Ouill and Scroll, Chorus Varsilv Choirj A Cappellaj Junior Class Social Council. HART, PHYLLIS SUE Ncvrerner Relcirrerj PolsrfYj Legend STDHI Owl! ani: SUQII1 Cheering Block Schoal Servicej Cho'us. HARTSTEIN, ROSEMARIE HARTZOG, ILA RAE Dari. Dabblers. HARTZOG, SHARON HARWOOD, SUSAN JANE Sluilcnl Council: Pc-I.3rfYg Helicon: J,C.L, N.S.I.g Orchestra: Chorus, Girls' Choir. HATFIELD, GLORIA LOU Student Councilg Ncirfherner Aqerir' Girls Choir, V3'snti,' Choirg ChoruS2 Cheering Bla-cr, Jr. Red C'ossg School Service. HATTERY, SHARON HAUDENSCHILD, PAUL F. Ril'-9 Club. HAUGHT, REBECCA IRENE Helicon J.C.L: J'. Red Cross, Legend Agent, Sluoenr Ccuncilg De-bale. HAVERSTOCK, JOHNEL Phvffl'-err: Jr, Red Cross, Rifle Club Rolm'fY. HAZLEWOOD, LINDA L. Varslly Choirj French Clubg Jr, Red Crc-:sp Creering Bloch HEAD, ROGER STUART HiYYg Phv-Cherrig Globelroflersp J.C.L. Cross Counfrvg Inrrarrural Basrefball. HEATH, KATHRYN S. RiI'e Club, School Service, Boosler Club HECHT, CHARLES E. Radio Clubg RiI'e Clubg Phv-Chem. HEFFELFINGER, LINDA LOU Polar-Yg Bowlingj Rifle Club, Jr. Red Cross. HENDELES, BARBARA ILLENE h Chorusg Girls' Choir: Polar-Yg Spanis Clubg School Service, Aafg. jlze !'um'0r year meanlf ferm loafoem an more C0l'ZC8lI,fI'flf0J HENRY, JUDITH ANNE Polar-YQ SchooI Serwce. HEN RY, STEVEN PATRICK Band: Orchesfraj N.S.I.g HeIi:o1j Pm' Crrerrwg RIf'Ie Clubg Cydofron CIubj J.F.L.g Sfudenf CounciI. HERTIG, DIANNA MAY BoosIer Club, Jr. Red Crossj BowIrrwq. HIPPENHAMMER, MAURICE C.. JR. Irrfrarvural BasIrefbaII' School Serv HOFFMAN, JERRY JAMES ICE' Orcrvegfra, Pr-asm-ent, Conze-rt Maderg N.S.l. HOPKINS, WILLIAM O. Phy-Crrerrwq Boosfer Cmbj Hr-Y' RW:- Clubj SCHOQI Servfrzeg Irrfrar'mraI Basket' baII. HORTON. STEPHEN LEE Les Sodalosj Kev Club, PH,'fC?'remg Inrrn rw.raI B.aSIe9balI. HOSLER, PAULANN MARGARET Sfuderv? Cour1ciIj So:Wor'v:rre CIass Pres:- denfg Jr. Red Cross, Secrefary, Helrcorr, Secrefaryg Modern Language Cmbj A Cappellaj Ser or Wav SQPQQI Serv:-2 Norrherrwer Sraff, Co-Eur'-arrge Earfor Ass? Scorfs Eniror Feature Edlrori Norrrxerrner Age-'uf' Fresrrra' S3gr3I Czurr-:rI, HUBER. LLOYD Chorus Classy Varsrff Crvoirg MaIe Chou. HUGHES. JACK MARTIN Phy-Cherfq Sr:hooI Se-rv ze. HUMBARGER, NANCY SUE Sr:rrooI Servfceg Jr. Red Crossg RrI,e Clyb. HUTH, MARY RITA PoIar-Y, Presidenf Vice Pres rjervf, Soma! and Music Corrmweef CH-eerrng BIQCI' Jr, Red Crossi Sr:Fo:I Si-wrce. HYNDMAN, ROBERT H. Lewerrrw-an, FoorbaIIg FIQ Club, J,F,L. IMBODY, SYLVIA JEAN Chorus, G-IrIS' Cru-:rrrg Varsrv, C'-I ISENBARGER. CAROL M. Chorus. Cheermq BIOQP. JACKSON, BOB JACKSON, JULIANN 3 r V. Crrgering BIG-:kj Chowsq Girls Cmirrl Twlrhrrg. JAMES, DAVE CHARLES Inrrarnural Baskefball. JOHNS, EILEEN FLORENCE Crieerlng Block Serfor Play Club: School Service. JOHNSON, JOHN MYRTON Boosbrr Sfudenr Council, Secreharyg Juniqr Class President: Hi-Y, PresIdenf, SociaI Crwaur- rrrang Phy-Chewy Globe-frorrers, Treasurerg Key CIM: Sergean?-av-Ar"-sg Terrrws, Cap' rain, Lerrerrrvanj School Servkeg Infra- mural Baskefballg Jr. Re-:I Cross: Leqend Sraffj Boys' Cheering BIOCP. Y? 'fx S-..-,f -fs' -.au Q1-...L .. I-'34 -.,,.f" . -9-1 1? 'fl 'vm Page 87 5l'ow!g. 'gag-Aa1f,i' ffm prom, ana! Me loaf-fy Zyfgwing JOHNSON, JUDITH KAY Polar-Y: Jr. Red Cross: School Service: Legend Slal'l: Senior Class Secrefarv, Treasurer: A Cappella, Secretary, Treas- urer: Chansonellesg Girls' Choir. JOHNSON, PEGGY ANN JOHNSTON, JOHN ALAN Modern Language Club: Rifle Club: Track: Hi-Y. JONES, SUE CAROL Legend Sfalf: Legend Aqenf: French Club, Treasurer, Social Chairman: Jr. Red Cross: Senior Play: Sludenf Council: Chorus: Varsifv Choir: Polar-Y: Cheering Block: Girl's Choir: Globelroffers. JUMP, SHIRLEY JEAN School Service. are V Ng , KARGER, KAREN RUTH fi' fi J.C.L,: J.F.L.: Jr. Red Cross: Phv-Chem: 'if Chorus: Varsily Choir: Girls' Choir: A Cappella: Rlpplelles. KEELER, JIM KEIRNS, JUDITH ANN Cheering Block: Polar-Y: Jr. Red Cross: F.T.A.: Norlherner, Class Room News: Chorus: Girls' Choir: School Service: Sludenl Council. KELLER, SHARON LEE Ffa., .,, Archery: Rifle Club: e.A.A.g Polar-Y: Choir. -up vgwf- TI? W KELLEY, BERNARD WARREN Phy-Chem. If KELLOGG, SHARON ALICE J F.T.A.: Helicon: G.A.A, KESLER, ROSALIE ANN Jr. Red Cross: Polar'Y3 French Club: Cheering Block: Chorus: Girls' Choir: School Service. KIEL, JUDITH DARLENE Chorus: Nalure Club: Girls' Choir: J.C.L.' ' ' Ripplelffesg Sludenf Council. ' "N, KILPATRICK, CATHERINE J. School Service: G.A.A.: Polar-Y: Bowling: Twirling. KING, FRANK NEIL KING, JUDY KNISPEL, KAREN SUE Boosfer Club: Jr. Red Crossg Polar-Y: School Service: Library Assislanl: Student Council. KNISS, KINNAIRD K. Eoolballg Baslcelball: Track: School Serv' ice. KORN, JANICE JO Girls' Choir: J.C.L.: Cheering Block: Chorus: School Service. KRALL, PATRICIA ANN Rifle Club: Nalure Club: Jr. Red Cross: Cheerinq Block: School Service. Emnne Page 88 lziglrgglifecf lffze Jocia euelzb of like year. Liu foajf KREIGH, KATH LEEN HELEN Norlh Side Biological Socierv' J.C,L.p Ripplellesq Polar-Yg Cheering Blom. KRING, KAREN KAY Chorus? Girls' Choir: Varsifv Cnorj A Capoellaj Legend Ageriri Polar-Yi Scnool Service. KRUCHTEN, LARRY A. N.S,I.j Traclnj Foorballj lnlrarnufal Basie' ball. LAMBERT, JEAN Narure Club: Polar-Yg Cheering Blo:-j School Service. LAUER, ALLEN LEAZIER, RICHARD A. Rifle Club. LEE, VIRGINIA PEARL Polar-Yq Rifle Club: Cheering Bloillg School Service: Norlherner Agent. LEETH, JERRY ALVIN Foofball Lelterrnanq Baslelball, Lerler- rnari, Traclcg Intramural Baslelballj A Caooella, Social Chairrnang C-lobelrclf 'ersg Sfudenl Couricilg LeHerrnan's Clubj Legenj STaff1 National Afhleric Scholar' snip Sociefv. LEHMAN, ROGER ALLEN Foolballg Rifleg Spanish Clubg Aulo Def sign Clubq Phv-Chern. LENZ. NATALIE JEAN Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsity' Cnoirq J.F L,g I-Ieliconq School Serviceg Youlh For Chris? Club. LINDEMUTH, NORMAN FLOYD lnlrarnural BSSIE-Tball. LINIGER, SANDRA JEAN Phy-Clnemg Globetrofrers, Secrefamg Heli- con, Social Chairn-ianj Srudenf Councilg J,F.L., Social Chairrnang Jr. Red Cross: Legend Sraf'fg Norrherner, Ass? Circulavion Managerg l5OO Clubg J.C.L.1 School Serv' iceg Norrherr-er Agenrg Chorus, Gfrls' Cnoirj Varsily Choir. LODGE, YVONNE M. Soanish Club: Senior Play, School Servic Cheering Block. LONG, STEVE MICHAEL Lopsi-HRE, LARRY LoTz,susAN JEAN ' Polar-YQ Jr. Red Crossg Cheering Bloclq J.C.l..g Chorusg Girls' Cnoiry Varsity Choir. LOUCKS, RICHARD LEE Intramural Baslfelball. LOUDERMILK, JANET ELIZABETH Spanish Club, Presioerifj Sophorrore Class President Sfuoenl Councilg Mooern Lan, guage Club Vlce President Helicon, Presidenlq Senior Playg Phv-Chehng J.F.L.j Bandg Orcheslra: School Service: Legend Slafl. MALONEY, MARY ANNETTE Cheering Block: Varsilr Choir: Legenci Agenlg Jr, Red Cross: J.C.L.7 J.F.L.: Polar-Yq Girls' Choirg Chorusg Senor Playg School Service. MARSH, BARBARA ANN Chee-ring Block, Presidenrj Juricr Class Vice Presidenfg Jr. Red Cross: lvlosern Language Club: Chorus, Girls' Crolr: Va'silv Chair: A Cappellap Polar-Y. T .99 mix: .Q if .fF '59 ll EQ -Q09 w I 1. Af v--0 5 . fc VS? Page 89 Page 90 sgzpfgmgef, M16 IQFOMJK7 IIUGMQCJ fAI'0lfLgA fA9 .SZVLZOP 001' MARSHALL, DICK Boosler Club. MARTIN, DIANNE MARTIN, NANCY LEE Twirling, Drum Maioreflej Junior Class Social Chairman: Sluden? Council: Jr. Red Cross. MAY, LARRY LEON Rifle Club: Band, Presidenfg Sfudenl Council: Legend Agent: Senior Play: Or- chesfrai N.S.l.: School Service. MAYHEW, SHERRY L. N.S.l., Vice Presidenlg Band, Secrelary, Treasurer: Orcheslra: Polar-Y: F.T.A.: School Service. MCARTHUR, JANET COLLEEN Girls' Choir: Varsily Choir: Jr. Red Cross: Polar-Y: School Service. MCBRIDE, KENNETH Rifle Club. MCCART, RICHARD E. McCREARY, APRIL MARSHA Helicon: F.T.A,, Parliamenlarian: Jr. Rec' Cross: Chorus Class: Girls' Choir: Varsify ghoir: Boosler Club: Modern Language lub. MCCULLY, JUDITH LYNN Spanish Club: Legend Agent MCKISSICK, KIRBY D. Baslfelball: Track: Wreslling: School Serv- ice: Hi-Y. MCMAKEN, CHARLES Key Club: Phy-Chem: Hi-Y: Rifle Club: Inlramural Baslcefball: School Service. MCNELLEY, SUZANNE MARIE PolarAY: Jr. Red Cross: J.F.L.: Globe- froffersg Helicon: Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsify Choir: Phy-Chem: Norlherner Re- porter: Legend Sfaffg Sfudenl Council. MERCER, WALTER RONALD Foofball, Manager: Intramural Baslcefballg Hi-Y. MERRILL, JANIELLE D. Twirlingg Modern Language Club: Polar-Y: G.A.A. MEYER. HARRY Freshman Track: Inlrarnural Baskefball. MILLER, DORIS ANN Youfh For Chrisl Club: Polar-Y: Band: Jr, Red Cross: Spanish Club, MIILER, MARY ANN Polar-Y: Bowling. MIX, TERRY LEROY MOEHLE, CARL W. Rifle Club. fo Lua, Marti alocring H Ae gofalen aw of 1959. e wi!! MOORE, GARY LEE Bandg School Servlce. MORIARTY, BARBEE JAY Chansoneffesq Student Councilg A Cap- pellay Jr. Red Cross, Social Chairman, Presldentj HeIIcon, Vice Presfderwfg J.C.I.., Secrefary, Presidenfg Modern Language Clubj Nodherner, Circulafion Manaqerg 1500 CIubj Senior Pfavj SCHOOI Service Gdobefrohers. MORRELL, CHARLES EARNEST, JR. Varslfy Cnowrg Phy-Chewy A Cacnelh Norm Sine Biological Sociefvg Servo' Plavg J,F.L.g Riffe Club' MaIe Cvywg Chorus. MUELLER, SANDRA JANE Cfowsj GMS' CPQR, MUSSELMAN, MARGARET Spams? CMD: Hekcorg FTA, Pa'l..3- rrefwafian, T'ea:J'-3' P'-ES G-env' GAAQ Smcew Cowzwl. MUTCH, CHARLES WILLIAM MYERS, RONALD DEANE NAILOR, JOYCE ANN NEWBY, JAMES CAMERON FooIbaIlj Chorusj Phy-Chemj InI'arfuraI Basue+oaIIq I-IIAYQ Gkmbefrofvers, Treaswer, Varsif, Choirj A CaooeIIaj Rfle Chbg MaIe Choir. NOTESTINE, KAY FRANCES Banc, Ofcfesffaj G.A.A, Pfesld-amp F.T.A.j N.S.I.j SQPQQI Sewwce. ODOM, JEANETTE OLINGER, LINDA SUE J.C.L.' J.F.L,j N.F,L.j F.T,A.' Serum Play' Cfesimg BI:I3f'G1fI5' Chgvg Va'5f, C"of'j C':ms' A C5:ceiIaA Scfoc' Sewac-3. ORN, MAX DONALD Ria Cbcj Cfee"'q 5l:c:.A,1 C I"'e".'a Bas-efce' A S:'c:: Sew : OSBORN, PAULINE KAY C'cr-s' GUI? C':-'fp Vafsh Cla' A Caczel a' Cfafiofvefhes, C'ee' fq BEL' Pziaf-Yi Scvcs Sewbe' Sew 1' Pla. Ofgef. OSWALT, JERRY LEROY PAPE, CAROLYN PARKER, NANCY LEE G-A-A17 PclaffY? Rfe Chu' Naive CH: Scrocl Sefvfeg TwKfIef' C'ee'-irq BIQY. V5'S'fw' Cf1ee'leac:a'. PARKER, PHYLLIS ANGELA Pole'-Yj Jr. Red Cross: J.C I.,1 Legend Agenfj GMS' Choirj Orchggffa' Hewcgvg F.T.A, PARR, EVELYN IRENE A Cacoebai GMS' Cwgifg Vafsh, Cmn- ScPoo4 Sewfce. PARRISH, MARTHA DARLENE J.F.L.j N.F.L.., SECVEIBTYQ Vargiry Choir- A CBDDEIIBS GIobeIfo++e'sj Helicon Social C'5"mf5'WZ NafIcmaI Trespians' Swim Plas Norffefnef ang Legendj Ngrv-ern? Agenrg J.C.L.: Jckngoq Twp, pc' Sneecf. 77 I .2 'K 41-"'-L -5 Page 91 Page 92 I 0119 l"QlfllQI'lQA8l' l"0LLl1,C! l.lfL lCLgi5,H ZFAQ 58lfLl.0l" PATTENGALE, KAY LYNNE A Cappella: Cnansonetles: Booster, Vice- Pres.: F.T,A.: Helicon, Sec.: Legend Staff, PATTERSON, HEATHER JO Chorus: Girls' Choir: Varsity Choir: Booster Club. PAYNE, WAYNE ARTHUR Phy-Clwern, Social Chairman: Hi-Y, Vice President: Globetrotters, Social Chair- man, Vice President: Frenclw Club: School Service: Traclz: Cross Country: Intramural Basketball: Cross Country: Senior Play: Boys' Cheering Blocl. PECONGE, ELMER FRANKLIN, JR. Intramural Basketball: Student Council. l PENNELL, JAMES PAUL Fille Club: Spanish Club: Pny-Chem: Intramural Basketball. PEREGOY, GEORGE GLENN Letterman: Head Manaqer ol Football, Cross Country: Basketball Traclr, Tennis: LetIerman's Club. PERRY, PAUL ARNESS l Intramural Basketball: A Caprlella. PETERSON, KAREN LYNNE PolarAY: Cneerinq Block: Senior Play. PHILLIPS WILLIAM THOMAS , Booiter Club: JF.L.: Jr. Red Cross: Chorus: Varsity Choir: Northerner Staff, PIERCE, DONALD J. Band? A Caupellag Football, Letterman: Senior Social Comniitleeg Traclg Boys' Clwoir, POE. ALAN A. I-li-Y: Helicon, Treasurer, Vice President: J.C.L,I Student Council: Plwy-Chem: Senior Class Vice President: Senior Play: A Cappella: Boys' Clvoir. PONTIUS. DALE EDWARD Sludenl Council: Key Club: Quill and Scroll: Globelroltersg I-li-Y, Secretary: Pny-Chem: Cross Country: Track: Legend, Assistant Editor: Intramural Baslfetball: School Service, POOL, JAMES RUSSEL Rite Club. POORMAN, MICHAEL WINDSOR Football: Track: Datty Dabblersg Boys' Cneering Block: Letterman. PROCTOR, SUSAN MARGARET Nortnerner Agent: School Service: .l.C.L' Senior Play. RAMSEY, SHARON KAY French Club: Polar-Y: Jr. Red Cross: School Service: Cheerinq Blocl.. REASONER, SHARON KAY Nortlierner, Assistant Ad Manager, Ad Manager Feature Editor, Managing Edie tor, Editor-in'Clnic-lg Ouill and Scroll: ISOO Club: Rifle Club: J.C.L.: Student Council: Helicon: Senior Play: Northerner Agent: Legend Agent: Freshman Track Attendant, REIGHTER, DAVID CHARLES Boys' Choir: Varsity Band: Intramural Basletball, RETCHLESS, PHILIP DALE Helicon, President: Student Council: Head Public Address System Operator ol Gym and Football Stadium, REY, JAMES DAVID


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