Northern Garrett High School - North Star Yearbook (Accident, MD)

 - Class of 1957

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z,boi'TI10gAr X K Northern High School 9 0 Editor ......... . Assistant Editor . . . Business Manager. . . Advisor .......... Business Advisor . . . . . . Marlene Spiker . . . Iean Zimmerman . . Angela Layman . . . Miss Schrock Mrs. Falkenstine Z 610111527 En Nuff Iizrn U uifbz an? fzxfz cr 'a1'1'z'I"I' ann - DAL 1- x .. . , ,Q W - il Nw W' -J -+- :l ff rf vc: M - l , Aix. ,flv ,Lf QP-'-5 ,5 ,+ ff L 0 at ... X Q' " 35" 3 ' K Q, I I-" tx " ' VfhY V A+ 5' ' 5-E x I UI ' 'H' ,, . j lc .T uv!! " Q +- Q, 5 . .. w- 5- -S , S 'Y W i ll an-I ' 'if x- Q ml 'ii Y j - -if lg. W 1 , '- 41 V :T :I 2 -2 i N - --'-- ' ' e .i l.1.,,L I3rincipaI's Message Dear Students: As this school year, 1956-57, comes to a close, you should reserve time to take stock of what you have accomplished during the past ten months. Now is the time to look back. Are you satisfied with your accomplishments? Remember, your actions of yesterday and today will determine, to a great extent, what you will do in the future. Northern High School was constructed for the purpose of preparing the youth of Northern Garrett County to better prepare themselves for the future and to make them better citizens. Your parents, your teachers, your neighbors, and your countyand state officials have labored hard to make this school possible. You should be proud of Northern High School. You should take advantage of every opportunity available here which will help you to become a better, more informed citizen of tomorrow. Someone has said that "the world marches forward on the feet of youth." Yes, and the world may stand still, or it may even move backward into darker ages. It all depends on how much you--tomorrow's citizen, tomorrow's leaders in every walk of life, tomorrow's ambassadors to the ends of the earth--understand today's problems and so prepare yourselves to meet tomorrow. To our 1957 graduates, I would like to extend my personal congratulations and best wishes for success in the future. To our students who will return next fall, 1 would like to extend best wishes for a most pleasant summer vacation. We'll be looking forward to seeing you in September. Sincerely, Principal RALPH BEACHLEY, B. S. , M.A. MARY AULTMAN, A.B. ANNA K. BEACHY, B. S. LILBURN BROWN, B. S. Columbia UHiV6YSiTiY Fairmont State College Juniata College Morris Harvey College Vice Principal, History Core Core Physical Education MARVIN CALLIS, B.S. RUSSELL H. DAVIS, B.S. LAWRENCE FAITH, B.S. ELAINE PALKENSTINE, B.S University of Maryland University of West Virginia University Of Maryland University of West Virginia Agriculture Social Studies, Iournallsm Agriculture Business CHAUNCEY FRIEND, B.S. THOMAS K. FURLOW, B.S. MERLE GARLETTS, B.S. SUSAN GLEESON, B .S. University of Maryland Prostburg State Teachers University of Maryland University of West Virginia Industrial Arts College Industrial Arts Business, Mathematics Core, Art IMOGENE GRIBBLE, A. B. PHILIP IOHNSON, A. B. KENNEIH KEPLINGER, A.B. , M.A. BERNICE KOLB, B. S. Fairmont State College University of West Virginia University of West Virginia Goshen College Vocal Music Social Studies Science, Mathematics Arts and Crafts LUCY KRIECHBAUM, B.S. MARTHA LAWTON, B.S. DENVER MHCHELL, B.S. LAWRENCE Mi-:Y1sRs, B.S. Frostburq State Teachers University of West Virginia Salem College Findlay College College Home Economics Driver Education Core Core Physical Education IUSTIN RIGGS, A.B. IO ANN ROBINSON, B.S. ADA SCHROCK, A.B. MELVIN SCHWING, B. MUS Fairmont State College Frostburg State Teachers Goshen College University of West Virginia Science, Core College English Instrumental Music Mathematics Physical Education HOYE SMITH, B.S. KATHRYN SPEICHER, A.B., M.ED. CHARLES STRAUSS, B.S. Davis 51 Elkins C01-1699 Westem Maryland College University of West Virginia Core. English English, French Science I RALPH SWAUGER, B.S., M University of West Virginia Mathematics IOANNE TOBIN, A. B. WILLIAM UMBEL, A.B. MELVIN KESNBR, B.S. DARRELL MALONE, A,B, , M A Fairmont State College University of West Virginia University gf Maryland University of West Virginia Home Economics Mathematics Librarian ROSAMOND PAVONE, A. B. , M.A. University of West Virginia Mathematics OLGA I. ROWAN, B.S., M. ED. University of Pittsburg Core CAROL DAUPHIN Cathermans Business School Secretary Guidance Counselor First Semester: MARY STOWELL Core, Physical Education Second Semester: PHYLLIS WELCH, B. S. University of West Virginia Core, Physical Education - K. CUSTODIANS Mrs. Evelyn Smith, William Hanft, Ralph George, Lewis Harman. BUS DRIVERS H. Billmeyer, E. Friend, A. Reichenbacher, W. Georg, H. Sabage, B. Close, H. Patton, E. Bittner, H. Dust, C. Ekiwards, D. Bfenneman, G. McCullough, R. Bond, H. Robeson, R. VanS1ck1e, L. Savage. ,. ,, BOARD OF EDUCATION Mr. Maurice Brookhart, Assoc. Member, Dr. Ralph Calendrella, V. President: Mr. Ross Speicher, President: Mr. Willard Hawkins, County Superintendent of Schools. CAFETERIA PERSONNEL Mrs. Helen Harman, Manager: Mrs. Dora Edgar, Mrs. Elsie McCrobie7 Mrs. Mable Georg: Mrs. Garnet Ringer: Mrs. Joann Rinqer. C171-ahmf l -:tv - MARVIN EUGENE BEACHY General "Tiny"p Age 18 IAC: Science HAYWARD PAUL BEITZEL General "Iohn"p Age 19 LORNA ELAINE AULT ROBERT CLAUDE BARTHOLOMEW Academic Vocational Agriculture "Minnie"i Age 18 Age 18 FTA: Glee Club: Science Club PPA: IAC: Glee Club: Dance Basketball RONALD LEE BEACHY General "Ron"5 Age 17 Football: Baseball: Basketball ZANE MAURICE BEACHY Commercial Age l8 FBIA7 Libraryp Dance 1 OLEN DALE BEACHY General "Beck"g Age 20 IAC GEORGE EDWIN BISHOFF Vocational Agriculture Age 17 PPA: Band IUANITA NIAY BLEIC HNER Vocational Home Economics "Sis": Age 17 FHA: Glee Club: Dance GLENN EDWARD BOWSER Vocational Agriculture Age 18 FFA: Dance MAX FERNIA BOWSER Vocational Agriculture Age 17 FPA: Student Council: Natl. Hon. Soc. EUGENE WEBSTER BRENNEMAN Vocational Agriculture "Sw1fty": Age 18 PFA: Band: Science: Natl. Hon. Soc. HELEN DOSHIE BRENNEMAN Commercial Age l7 FTA: FHA: Glee Club: Student Council: Dance MAXINE FERN BROADWATER Vocational Home Economics "Max": Age 18 FHA: Glee Club ROBERT LEROY BRANT General Age 18 HERBERT WILLIAM BUTLER Vocational Agriculture "Ieff": Age 18 FPA: Dance ANITA LOUISE CODDINGTON Commercial "Weeze": Age 17 FBLA: Science: Dance: Photography: Glee Club: Student Council: Band: Majorette: Natl. Hon. Soc. DONA GRACE DURST Commercial Age 17 FBLA: Glee Club: Dance ALEXANDER BRUCE CLOSE Vocational Agriculture "A.1ex": Age 18 FFA: Baseball: Soccer: Football IACK MILTON CARUTHERS Academic "Lanky": Age 17 IAC: Dance: Dramatics: Natl. Hon. Soc. CARL HENRY DURST CAROLE LOUISE DURST General Commercial Age 18 Age 17 FFA FBLA: FIA: FHA: Library: Glee Club KATHERINE ELIZABETH DETRICK Commercial "Kay": Age 17 Dance ELMER DEAN DURST Vocational Agriculture "Fudd": Age 18 FFA: Dance: Chorus: Soccer: Baseball: Football ALLEN CLARK EDGAR General "Ern1e": Age 19 IAC: Glee Club: Letterman's: Band: Football DONALD PAY FOLK Vocational Agriculture "Don": Age 17 FFA: IAC: Dance IEAN ELLEN ZIMMERMAN Academic "Chee Nee": Age 19 FNM: Dramatlcs: Art: Library: Yearbook: Newspaper JESSE LEON EASH General "Iess": Age 17 IAC: Photography: Glee Club: Dramatlcs: Baseball KATHLEEN BEACHY EMORY Vocational Home Economics "Kate": Age 18 FHA: Student Council: Glee Club: Pep: Dance: Natl. Hon. Soc. BYRON EUGENE PIKE Academic "Barney": Age 18 IAC: Glee Club: Letterman' s: Dramatics: Science: Band: Basketball: Baseball DOROTHY MARIE EDGAR Commercial "Dot": Age 18 PIA: Glee Club: Dance: Band DONNA KAY FOLK Vocational Home Economics "Ie1lybean": Age 17 FHA: Glee Club: Dance DELBERT EUGENE FRIEND General Age 20 FFA MARY MERLA GARLITZ Commercial Age 18 FBLA: FTA: Dance: Glee Club: Library FRED MILTON FRAZEE Vocational Agriculture "Freddie": Age 18 FFA: Dance LEONA CAROL FRAZEE Commercial "B0neAy": Age 17 FTA: FBLA: Pep: Dance Natl. Hon. Soc. JANET ALBERTA FRIEND Commercial "Iann": Age 17 FTA: FBLA: Dance: Glee Club: Pep: Student Council STELLA MARIE FRIEND Commercial "Stel": Age 18 FBLA: Dance: Pep: Glee Club ESTHER LEE FRIEND Vocational Home Economics "Eastern: Age 18 FHA: PNM: Library: Dance: Glee Club: Pep RONALD FRANCIS GLASS Vocational Agriculture "Ronn1e": Age 18 FFA: Football: Basketball: Soccer HELEN MARIE HAENFTLING Vocational Home Economics Age I7 FHA: FNM: Library: Pep 4 RUTH HOCKMAN Commercial "Sls": Age 18 FTA: FBLA: Dramatics: Newspaper: Yearbook WILLIAM EUGENE GOEHRINGER KENNETH DALE GROVE Vocational Agriculture Vocational Agriculture "Bill": Age 17 "Ken": Age 18 FFA: Dance FFA: Dance THELMA LORIE HANLIN Commercial Age 18 FBLA: Glee Club: Pep: Dance: Cheerleader: Newspaper RUTH ANN HARE SAMUEL SILAS HARE Vocational Home Economics Vocational Agriculture "Ruthie": Age 17 "Sam": Age 18 FHA: Glee Club FFA: Dance CLAUDE ERVIN HUMBERSON General "H0p": Age 18 IAC: Letterman's: Band: Basketball: Football: Baseball HAROLD KAHL, Junior Vocational Agriculture "Speedy": Age 17 FFA: IAC: Science ANGELA MARIA LAYMAN Commercial Age 17 FTA: FBLA: Art: Yearbook: Glee Club: Natl. Hon. Soc. DORIS LAVERNE HUMMEL Commercial Age 17 FBLA: FTA: Dance: Library: Glee Club WARD MELVIN HUMBERSON Vocational Agriculture Age 18 FFA: Letterman's: Dance: Football WESLEY LAMAR KLOTZ JOHN RONALD KOLB Vocational Agriculture Vocational Agriculture Age 18 "Uncle Iohn": Age 18 FFA: IAC: Science FPA: Student Council: Science: Glee Club Dance: Dramatics: Band Natl Hon Soc .QM PATRICIA ELIZABETH KELLEY Vocational Home Economics Age 17 FHA: Glee Club: Dance DOROTHY MARIE Commercial Age 18 FBLA: Glee Club: Dance LEE IUNE MARIE LEYDIG RANDALL EUGENE LOWDERMILK C0mmefC161 Vocational Agriculture A99 18 Age 17 FTA: FBLA: PHA: 1-'PA Dance: Glee Club GLORIA CONSTANCE MCCULLOUGH Commercial "Mlck": Age 17 FBLA: Glee Club: Pep: Yearbook: Science: Quill 61 Scroll: Newspaper: Natl. Hon. Cheerleader Soc.: PATTY LOU MCKENZIE Commercial "Pat": Age 17 FBLA: FTA: Dance: Student Council: Glee Club: Library IUANITA CECILIA MCKENZIE MAXINE MARIE MCKENZIE Vocational Home Economics Commercial "Skeeter": Age 18 "Max": Age 18 FHA: Glee Club FHA: PTA: Dance: Glee Club CLYDE LAWRENCE MCCURDY Academic "Larry": Age 18 Science: Dance: Glee Club: Natl. Hon. Soc. WARREN EUGENE MILLER Vocational Agriculture "Windy": Age 17 FFA: Le-tterman's CARL PAUL General Age 17 Science DONALD EUGENE RODEHEAVER Vocational Agriculture "Don"7 Age 18 FFA: Dance CHARLES RAY MURRAY General "Charlie"7 Age 17 IAC: Art DONALD HARRY O'BRlEN Vocational Agriculture "Don"g Age 18 FFAQ IAC: Dance ROGER CORIEZ RESH ROY FREDERICK RHXRODE General "Rog"y Age l7 PPA' IAC' Dance' Letterman s, Baseball Vocational Agriculture Age 17 PFA' Letterman's' Football BLAINE EMERSON RESI-I General "Pete": Age 17 Dance RONALD EDWARD RODEHEAVER Vocational Agriculture I "Ron"7 Age 18 FFA: Dance KATHLEE MARIE RUSH Commercial "Kathy": Age 18 FBLA: Dance: Library: Student Council , RUTH ELAINE SAVAGE Commercial Age 18 FTA: FBLA: Band SHIRLEY CATHERINE RODBHEAVER EDWARD TROY RUSH Vocational Home Economics Vocational Agriculture "Shorty": Age 18 Age 17 FHA: PNM: Library: Pep FFA: Glee Club: Dance: Football CAROLYN MAE SAVAGE Commercial "Cats": Age l7 FTA: FBLA KENNETH WILLIAM SAVAGE MURRELL EUGENE SAVAGE General General "Ken": Age 17 Age 18 IAC IAC: Baseball THELMA LEONA SAVAGE Commercial "Sls": Age 17 FTA: Glee Club: Dance: Band IAMES SHORT General "Ilm": Age 18 FFA: Dance: Glee Club KENNETH LEE SNELSON General Age 17 IAC EVA ARLANE SCHROYER Academic "Eve": Age 18 FNM: Library: Glee Club: Dance: Yearbook: Newspaper: Natl. Hon. Soc. IANICE ELLEN SC HROYER Commercial "Sls": Age 17 FBLA: Glee Club: Science: Dance: Photography: Band: Student Council: Natl. Hon. Soc. IANICE KAY SISLBR Academic "Iannie": Age 18 FNM: Glee Club: Pep: Dance: Student Council ROSALEE YVONNE SISLER Academic "Rosie": Age 17 FTA: Science: Student Council: Newspaper: Glee Club IANET HELEN SISLER Commercial "Ian": Age 18 FHA: Pep: Dance: Glee Club: ATLEE SNYDER General "Babe": Age 17 IAC: Student Council MARLENE LOUISE SPIKER Vocational Home Economics "Tommy": Age 17 FHA: Library: Glee Club: Newspaper: Yearbook: Quill S: Scroll DONNA IEAN WATTS Commercial "Ieanne": Age l7 FBLA: Glee Club: Dance: Pep WILLIAM HENRY SPEAR Vocational Agriculture "Bill": Age 17 FFA: IAC BEVERLY ANN SPEICKER Academic "Bev": Age 18 FTA: Glee Club: Newspaper: Dance Natl. Hon. Soc. ROBERT LEE THOMAS IOANNE WAGNER Vocational Agriculture Vocational Home Economics "Bob": Age 17 "Annie": Age 18 FFA: IAC PHA: Glee Club: Pep: Library: Yearbook RICHARD G. STANTON General "Dick": Age 18 IAC: Glee Club: Dance ROBERT WEIMER General "Bob": Age 19 HAZEL IERLENE FAZENBAKER COLORS: Blue And White Commercial "Shorty7" Age 19 Glee Club, Dance FLOWER: Lily Of The Valley MOTTO: Climb Though The Rocks Be Ruggedl Class Song CTune - Moments To Rememberl The time has come to say good-bye: From you we'll part, dear Northern High, We will have these moments to remember. The crowded halls, the earnest fun, The loyal friends that we have won- We will have these moments to remember. The past is gone forever, The present is so clear, The future's so uncertain, But we'll face it without a fear. Our happy times, our heart-felt tears- These things we'll treasure through the years, We will have these moments to remember. Dedication Song CTune - Cross Of Gold? We'll be gone when the dawn comes tomorrow, We are leaving dear Northern so true, But we'll cherish the memories forever, The memories of our gold and blue. Every year we have spent here we'll treasure, You will live in our hearts as today, You'll be with us wherever we journey, You're our honor, our tribute and praise. When deep fears and dark thought assail us, And life isn't all that we've planned, We'll then search our hearts for dear Northern, And smile as we try it again. Let us always walk honest and upright, And give honor where honor is due, May we ever live up to the standards, Of dear Northern, our own gold and blue. Written by the Senior Class of '57 as a dedication and tribute to Northern High School. Senior Will We, the Seniors of 1957, being of sound mind C?l and body and realizing that we are about to depart this life at Northern High School, do desire and wish to hereby dispense with our earthly goods to those we leave behind. To the specific persons, institutions, and charities stated, we humbly request that this will and testament as herein provided be honored and all beneficiaries duly received of the gifts we so willing- ly and wholeheartedly bestow upon them. We the following to hereby will, bequeath, and otherwise give: LORNA AULT to Wilma Hanlin, her ability to go with out-of-town boys. ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW to any junior boy in Miss Schrock's English class, his English book. MARVIN BEACHY to Carl Doerr, his ability to get- along with Mr. Beachley. OLEN BEACHY to Dick Miller, his small features. ZANE BEACHY and DONA DURST to Mr.'Strauss's future biology students, their skill at cleaning dead rabbit heads. PAUL BEITZEL to anyone who wants to race with his Corvette, his ability to race. GEORGE BISHOFF to anyone that desires to do so, his natural ability to win tractor operator contests. GLENN BOWSER to his sister Norma, his car "Calladonia. " MAX BOWSER to anybody who can use it, his good disposition. EUGENE BRENNEMAN to anyone who needs A's in chemistry class, his ability to flirt with Mr. Keplinger's daughter. HELEN BRENNEMAN to Elaine Frantz, her ability to get along with all of her teachers, especially Mr. Davis. MAXINE BROADWATER to Glenn Bittinger, her quick temper. HERB BUTLER to Larry Bowser, his ability to stay out of trouble in Miss Speicher's class. IACK CARUTHERS to any boy who has a girl taller than he is, his height. LOUISE CODDINGTON to future majorettes, her ability to put on her leg make-up straight. KATHERINE DEIRICK to Margaret Edgar, her ability to get along with the boys from Pa. . CAROLE DURST to Nancy Durst, her ability to go steady with two boys. DEAN DURST to Darwin Robeson, his cigarette butt after practice. IESSE EASH to Larry Bowser, his ability to get along with Mr. Muha. ALLEN EDGAR to Ronnie Warren, his ability to play a bass horn. DOROTHY EDGAR to Patty Frazee, her ability to get along with boys when taking a trip to the U.N. in New York. KATHLEEN EMORY to Carolyn Close, her beat-up chemistry book. BYRON PIKE to Gloria Miller, his ability to play cards in Miss Speicher's class and not get caught. DONNA FOLK to Mr. Keplinger, her wavy hair. DON FOLK to Gertrude Robertson, Elvis Presley's hound dog. FREDDIE FRAZEE to Mrs. Falkenstine, his eyes. ESTHER FRIEND to anyone who wants it, her ability to sing alto. IANET FRIEND to her sister Mary, her ability to go steady in her senior year. MARIE FRIEND to Ann Friend, her ability to file her finger nails in Mr. Iohnson's class. MERLA GARLITZ and DORIS HUMMEL to any two junior commercial girls who are ambitious, their ability to operate the mimeograph machine. WILLIAM GOEHRINGER to Mr. Beachley, the Democratic Party. KEN GROVE to his sister Dorothy, his ability to get along with teachers. THELMA HANLIN to Ioe Friend, her cheerleading ability, with the hopes he will become "Star Cheer- 1eader" at Northern. RUTH ANN HARE to Darlene Hare, her two big brothers. RUTH HARE to her sister Marcella, her ability to get into Mr. Davis's class for three years. SAM HARE to his brother Adam, his bashfulness. RUTH HOCKMAN to her sister Martha, her ability to let boys alone. CLAUDE HUMBERSON to his brother Ward, his ability to get along with Hazelton girls. JUNIOR KAHL to Mr. Muha, his money-conscious mind. PATTY KELLY to next year's senior class, her ability to get along with Mrs. Lawton. WESLEY KLOTZ to Donald Friend, his ability to read books about dating girls. JOHN KOLB to Richard Miller, his ability to get talked into things he doesn't want to do. ANGELA LAYMAN to Laura Zimmerman, her place on the yearbook staff. DOROTHY LEE to Martin Friend, her ability to eat apples in front of him and never offer him a bite. JUNE LEYDIG to anyone who can fill the spot, her seat in music class. GLORIA MCCULLOUGH to Nancy Turney, her pom-pom, to file. LARRY MCCURDY to Elsie Wright, his ability to drive a car. JUANITA MCKENZIE to Teresa Layman, her hairy to Betty Raley, her ability to get along with Frostburg boys. MAXINE MCKENZIE to anyone who likes English, her seat in English class. PATTY MCKENZIE to Dorothy Ringer, her shorthand book and typewriter. WARREN MILLER to little Bill Miller, his ability to skip class. CHARLIE MURRAY to Mr. Johnson, his art talent. DONALD O'BRIEN to Miss Schrock, his English book. CARL PAUL to Kenny Lotz, the best of luck. I BLAINE RESH to anyone who wants it, his ability for school work. ROGER RESH to anyone who desires it, his flattop. , ROY REXRODE to James Smith, his height. DON RODEHEAVER to Irvin Lowdermilk, his ability to go with a certain blonde. RONALD RODEHEAVER to Adrian Spiker, his ability to swim in Bear Creek during the month of March. SHIRLEY RODEHEAVER and HELEN HAENFTLING to next year's vocational girls, their ability to get along with Mrs. Lawton. EDDIE RUSH to Mrs. Falkenstine, his red hair. KATHY RUSH to Dorothy Ringer, her shorthand ability. . CAROLYN SAVAGE to Butch Strauss, herlability to mess up Mr. Schwing's grade book. KENNETH SAVAGE to next year's seniors, his P.O.D. Class. RUTH SAVAGE to Wayne Mosser, her ability to get in all band parades. THELMA SAVAGE to any girl who goes on the U.N. trip the chance to go to the Y.W.C.A. Dance in Baltimore. EVA SCHROYER to any unsuspecting junior, ,her misfortune of losing a class ring. JANICE SCHROYER to Mr. Schwing, her red hair. JANET SISLER to Judy Friend, her ability to skip school. JANICE SISLER to all the "Nitwits" in the junior class, all her unseen mischievousness. ROSE SISLER to future chemistry students, her ability to scream at small explosions. KENNY SNELSON to any junior boy, his ability to get out of Mr. Johnson's class. ATLEE SNYDER to his sister Phyllis, his ability to get along with others, to his brother Owen, his wonderful sense of humor. BILL SPEAR to Donna Spear, his ability to throw paper in math class and not get caught. BEVERLY SPEICHER to Judy Friend, her ability to ride the bus with the basketball players to all away games in hopes she can make .faster time with Darwin. MARLENE SPIKER to Katherine Fike, her long blonde hair. -V RICHARD STAN'I'ON to Miss Gribble, his ability to play the guitar in music class. ROBERT THOMAS to his brother Billy, 'his bashfulness. JOANNE WAGNER to Shirley Gay, her short stature. DONNA JEAN WATTS to Marlene Hetrick, her red hair and freckles. ROBERT WEIMER to Mrs. Harman, one cookbook. JEAN ZIMMERMAN to Carl Doerr, her ability to get along with Miss Schrock. To the Juniors we will our test papers, so they can graduate too. To the Sophomores we will our ability to be first in the lunch line. To the Ninth Grade we will our ability to get to the buses on the first bell. To the Eighth Grade we will our ability to roam the halls without being caught. To the Seventh Grade we will our ability to stay out of trouble. To each of the faculty members we will a quarter, so they can buy new cars. To the janitors we will a supply of new mops to clean the halls. To the- cafeteria workers the senior home economics girls will their ability to cook. A Day at Northern Take a school laid in the beautiful district of the Cove, add 15 school buses unloading, add a homeroom with devotions, an exciting physics class, plus a lunch line ending with a nourishing meal, and the mad, mad scramble of the change of classes, plus an hour of work in the shop, and then at the end add the buses loading, and the teachers sighing, and you will have spent--A Day At Northern. 0 a - an nf 1112 P' 11 KITZ ... 1 .X y K G f Li 11 .4 :-.5 1.-11:1 - -1.- -' i ,-,YI 9 l....--.,i- Q' - -4 ... 11--1 'ii ...gunn- ...-1 7-- ,,,,L... -..-1: rr-f ' I ,-,. -1...-- ..,....-- -1.1 .,, if- 1-..:':.'i'.--'l--" -- 1. -1-1-. - I .-f f ,.--- - ,411 J,, mi ,..-gnu-1 -- - - ' - p ...L - Y:---4 . -:Li ' - - it 7.1-l ,,.f- , ,.....-- -...1- YY' Y . fwbwi . Wk it . L fs. 3 'g.. -- , ' .. 4. f .f . f M A , Qx""""v-. NN .. lg s .ri .. - 1'-fin ' 22-2-- . , . 'iff' b . pai" ' A ,J . I- ii? K ggi .: i D ig! C. Ash S. Bowman I. Collier D. Edwards Carl Doerr V. 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Miller, H. Ream, D. Roberson, H. Sisler, R. Sisler, B. Thomas, R. Warne, N. Rush. : Yi? L P L ,RL L Sig 3 S 'X L 91 M Lk L52 QL L Q' s,LL,f5iLi ms Bi Lg J L , L L Sq L L L. L. Lis, ' M. Sines S. Thomas E. Wright 'ND ,,2.4zi5m2 Q. . v L L ii Lg 'Q Vi S un... XR T af L L L 6, 6 LL X L K, -L. -Q A avg. L S P 3 2 ff. L: ,L 'Y .X L S SL J ,uw LL L 2 L YLXSLL HL. vg:Lf .Lfvz: LL ,L S 'XSS X L 4' R N L f ii L L qdgig 3 L L X LL L, , Li., : E ,-: :g5:5,Q E 3' T L 4, Y LL .L Lv LL ,Bs 'HEL ' ., 2. :fix L ' L H ,Y .LLA V , 5 LL I. Smith R. Smiy G. Umbel 1. Uphc L. Zimmerman 4' L Ar 1 4 f vw- , L KL fe: ff L Guess Who? . ,.... -L . ,. L L, .f'1 J 41 ni. L L QL 0 az 5.12 rr nur iLiIiTiz5 ,, Q V---Y - nl - - Y f ' - ' 5 -e f .'4fl2 ', + Y i-ii - -.. 'E -V - 0 - - Y . 6 - , - Y W . 0 1, r-i in- 'ik .,: 0 -A , ' " ' S 2- ' - + E 43 3 gi 'wWf A f l 1 Z. .L ' 'Ts'-if-if 4-- ff '-g.2',' - .. N -S X X .X ,. e Q SFA, N A Q . F ., , Nur X Nr yr.. , . . . G. Resh s K ix . in ' tw. .- J- fi L g K. . 1 7.1. 45 . . . 3 S .S 1 wr fx. f,. . .W 5 5 G. Savage Sw ., Q5-5315 S S ni E ,, I. Resh fi 5 wks ' Q ix ,S as F , S t S f X . . Sf M . Savage is - . N - .s . gg sm- 159 'E -" f wt , ' E ... EQ? : .7...z5gf.'ff:.efw.f 5553 .5 -:' "5f?iiS1'tlL.'.".-ffl' ' E. Silber . J lk -Q J . N . Swauger -, .1 l eg? H . Wakefield M. Sisler S ' f V 2 . NN k ,W .. at E. Thomas ...J-,.s . f gx..f.3i5-1 -- f-H Z . . S . Warnick ' 'sei' 3 ,. s 1 f. X W S. S . f . S . t bw 32 . R. Rush . Savage .,.Q .A k':1 L'.,Y Qi- Q3L. . ' 2 4 3 K :RK .. raw!! . .ff T --:aa Y - ...Q i 'X vi S S K . l .5 A f . . X as 1 3 X Q P. Sisler Y' 'X . 5. . - Q? v S' 1 P ., f 1 : li.. - :gsm ' I' 1 if lf, if. .1 . S.: .. 'Q d ntftxmx? F' Y . ,.. R RU ,E x ...QV wg- R. Rush X K S K -4 .Mg ,km in .V,. Q 3,55 - as S. Schlossnagle it f lm W- 'K 5 , T wmv ,, ii ...fe , ' get . , E . Snyder .gf 5, ia QSSSSS aaaaav . i f ... f 5. 4 fy, G . Thomas N. Turney at .. ,,,,. . -.c:' ag .. ui.. X K. Riley . l . ' f i f ,. QT H. Schmidt f 1 . S an ,.Qg?t:T fm 4 N., B. Spiker 1 S Q r ,Y Min. . 5, , is e G. Umbel w . . Y. . .. 9 3' Hg? asf . 5 5 xg , X ., . ax 3 's 5 .Q , , sw . 5. .. tg r f f, my zgsiia' as ' D. Savage . f fi. . I Q5,f-.:.-- C . Schroyer V ' 'r ' . ., A Q? Y Q95 W X '.. ?f. ,. 5. , ' .wt Q9 - sffgjfs 8 is 8 S . is H. Spiker ii Q Q ,Z ig 'tx 3 if X laa. vvv. ...... ,.. .,.. V . qw Y.mfg:5f5f5'I. .JV .. ...,, ,.., . . A R. Umbel -. fm iii , 3 ? fa 'X NWS. sl W3 . . M . YI . MP S .. .. 559: .f , . w if- ,g - 1 A ,g-45. 154. . J' Q :K .11 I. Savage f . I I X rx N ,K 1 8 1 :fx . .W 'M V D. Schroyer . 42 Q' .N K Q 'fs A at AIR mt R. Stanton 5, v , , ,my I Q .,tA . 53 M . Urich ... 5. . . ' n . 4 A X . t tit .AH ' ...F ai 3355. 7 k wa: if . ik X8 Q ,J gg ia W ggi! TEV. , Jzlilii' .Hia 'a?i9.:, K I. Savage , at C f-' Q K. Sebold 4 1 ,-fp..-my V it. 12,5 K - is R . Stanton x QF if I. VanSickle we qs . . A s... 5 ' - f :gg f. rf. S V Ii! .', If?" kk-' 'V 'ge 5 1 a..e - . 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Beachy - if , fi,-5 . , mr 55 'if-1 -i5 .Hui 55 5 'fs5f'77:1iLf ' . 'iii 5if'S!f,i'2i37 - , Sophomores .r .,, rx zESi'Em'1 Q M.. ,,Lf F rr- .w-.5 E! 4 Z S 1 i we .K wx 1 .1 X rx .X ,q 5 may , .C 5.-: I,. W 41, 1. in ,lf . r S 'f'.,1,,' D . Beitzel L WK . 5 r W' 'S sv .M ,gi ., L K X 'Neg X 5 .1 , W F' i s-44 i?,,,,,,sf, ,. x -x K1 . 1 . M' in .3 3' f Q C Qin r 5.1 x , rs.. . " I. Brant P . DeWitt I. Broadwater N. DOSE' I ' fr 1 -ww ' .wfLw i, . O. Durst R. Durst L. Edgar M. Edgar X . I K Ii, , -' . gf- , f 5121 . 2 ' -1sssf,s: . ,. ,ig .4-L ,-1. ,,.. -. 32. 1,-Q . f 1 ' a -fffi i k -, 'S' 'Ls'?if!5?g7? 5352-?2'ETw i ' S I " . S. Pike 32 D. Frazee G. Frazee P. Frazee A. Bittinger 155 ,gf . Q? 1 Y 4 . r eg .K A X xx 'E W , K .mf X75 T Q X A f K B. Buckel -ffifil ,ly ' 11' .QM ,M . .- 5 . f -., -. f ."a. .sn21.1i . . 952 K .fe Leap... . . K. gr F .PW . , Ligfjlg ' .am . at swf K S 151 f' 'i 3 X fx Q van' S T . LaYman Secretary Mzshiig QQ, . ' D. Ienkins Treasurer ,, ,Gif 2 . , ,wg L .,.. 1 - ze s...?ki'i z 31'- 5'5E . -- 'W-A Ei f S Sf!! .A 1.15.65 ,:., 's R. Bittinger A . . L Li' s 5481 1 S21 rs' in r J Sw. S i Ky la' ri , , ,, 1 4 9229 w . . Q.. A six r rg. . W, , is- 5 1 22 .1 fy '- ,,..,,5, ,,, ,ig S 51- 2 L s at is W w , 1 S if iw 2 'lx ' ' E ' :'w1:i : zafgi. , Z. Bittinger X i fhfk 5f. ,fw,1,f. eg .. " HN .. N.. . , . mL 5' Visa? . 1 mf i 'I Vflk fn , Er ... 'V .fs gt. E592 . - .ff K ., .K C. Close P . Coddington .Q - X A 55511 .,,wi,.. .k,. M 1 P. Bittner r 1 fm ,Sgr jr M39 K , I. Collier S ?i'fi2,1 f ? , A , B 'ft 1 B 3. 1 ai' of 55523551 3 hs." 11239. sv 139925 " K. Durst L. Durst M. Durst N. Durst : V i ' fl f - Q. , 1 ,, .- H' f.ggQg1.L-, af-fifis gggg : ff ?r If iw - o f egg ., - 1 ,M . ' I 1:1 .7 fgigig' . L .. .2 5 ' , - -5, - 5' 1 'gn 5 .. -': I' 21 :U N "' 1 'SEX' -if ...Q V . I. Edwards D. Faidley I. Pike W. Fike , 1 . " fa L " at A ,' K - - 3 ,V '. ,jfi,,,,. ,V f R. Fraze 6 D. Friend G. Friend R. Friend ,154 't gf f y . . 2 K nw . Rau . at +I EV K. - .. ,Sf.f ' N . Friend I .1 ,. 4' 4 X5 if ., Y amy ..k, Hr, , I V R. Green ik. if ,. R. Hetrick L id 'Q W. Iones H S . Layman P. Friend S. Friend Q' Ik ai ' X 1 ,MX . 1 - H' f 1 I- 3 ,sk 3' 6' f 1 F . Guthrie T . Guthrie 4. n,An R " EQ., ' s i' " 'fr W If M . Hetz M . Hineba ugh 5 , I 17 .5 1' r rr I. Kahl R. Keplinger 3... .,' ijgli .er z' , f 3 " R F . Lowery S . Lowd ermilk P. McKenzie W. McKenzie L. Meyers iii ii 555. x uv? - wx, f fr f 'P ,, r -' - i U 5 .1 px 5 R., Ref 5 1 K .if 555 -'fin'-Q ' ' . gysgflff is ,, I. Garlitz l?5ffr2?1?ifE?V ,, .xg , .rr M. W r, ,. ,R jixgws . v '-2'xi'i'fS Mfiw D 55,12 -ef. 2. r. L, nz-.. . , I 4511:-fr ' , ...K-f.s n ., 4? jggwwx r V559 A -ln.. QQ f Lf Iii 5 1 sr fl, ,H 44.4 . rs r -- QA' , iw .s X F 'V iw' , , '49 53 in rx. .s..1, ,ew M fm.. , W. Hamlin , . .-im M seen: R2 U '- a f ,sf H. We 5 S .. H., R5 -1, me .. A .ii P. Hinebaugh A . Sf f ' " 3. X. K. Kinsinger W 'tx 'B .Qi ..,. 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Ur ich .. .XX - -.XVXX 1 . f li 5 3 ...- 'w i' . .. x i. ,Cf 'A kiva 1 , X XX, as xx 'ff :X ix, 3 XX S2 X M s? 54952 '- -Xa' . X55 I. Savage ,K Q 'X ,:XX..fX,2f STV' .... ,X . .X .. X X XJ 5 X .. .X fits fX.f1wXsX .X XXif...,.:,,- :eg-X. A ma Fi' 'ff f352?X25 . g ff? K. Sebold 1 X X fix A R. Stanton gm... i J. vanslame 1 X X X H25 ' . X . Qwv- X XVII 9 E :S rn 5 an :1 :J na '1 U fine ' ,sf Sf "1 2 El lg I r:,X FY if ZXU 1 e 8 ftillhg ' Y' i2-L' Y, 3 -': -Q .i 4135 f - ww -- - v -A 3,-1. , -W .l l l- P u Ln: - - Homeroom 7-I FRONT ROW: left to Right--O. Snyder,R. Stanton, S. Thomas, D. Beitzel, W. Durst, L. Richter, T. Mosser, L. Warnick, G. Lewis, R. Umbel. SECOND ROW: D. Sliger, E. Heady, A. Rush, L. Schroyer, M. Glotfelty, R. Harvey, I. Robertson, B. Snelson, R. Sisler. THIRD ROW: L. Lowdermilk, C. Pike, N. Friend, E. Lee, B. Rush, C. Haenftling, D. Merrill, P. Glass. FOURTH ROW: R. Ienkins, K. Wilt, D. McKenzie, A. Folk, I. Fazenbaker, R. Rounds, R. Schroyer. Homeroom 7-2 FRONT ROW: Left to Right--V. Warnick, E. Brant, I. Spiker, R. Rush, I. Bittinger, B. Fazenbaker, L. Metz, M. Holiday, T. Weimer, R. Friend. SECOND ROW: G. Hutzel, D. Broadwater, T. Broadwater, G. Kahl, B. Cosner, I. Dirst, B. Schroyer, P. Wiley, R. Wilt. Tl-HRD ROW: L. DeWitt, L. Pike, I. King, S. Alexander, C. Garlitz, M. Hare, D. Durst, B. Guthrie. FOURTH ROW: G. Bender, C. Schroyer, C. Ash, R. Fazenbaker, K. Smith, D. Rounds. -11h--,g.gj.g.. 56,51 .ww 7 -' i 'V Sxlffff A A A 4- l A Q Homeroom 7-3 FRONT ROW: Left to Right--E. Swartzwelder, S. Friend, D. Sines, B. Buckel, S. Stanton, D. Stanton, G. Mazer, O. Wilt, R. Uphold. SECOND ROW: S. Bussey, E. Frantz, S. Duckworth, B. McCorbie, F. Pike, A. Uphold, R. Edwards, C. Frazee. THIRD ROW: K. Thomas, C. VanSickle, B. DeWitt, H. Kalbaugh, E. Savage, R. DeWitt, L. Slsler, C. Frye. FOURTH ROW: I. Tabor, I. Patton, R. Ruah, D. Livengood, R. Hetrick, N. Rush, L. Bittinger, R. Beitzel. Lf L .,, 5. 5:-Vg. , L Homeroom 7-4 FRONT ROW: left to Right--D. Wakefield, D. Thomas, S. Swauger, I. Huff, R. Garlick, K. Younkin, G. Nodrow, M. Humberson, G. Finzel. SECOND ROW: I. Bowser, D. Stanton, D. Friend, B. George, D. Schroyer, S. Pike, R. Friend, G. Thomas. THIRD ROW: I. Uphold, R. Richter, H. Fike, N. Miller, B. Davis, C. Vitez, P. Friend. FOURTH ROW: R. McKenzie, B. Durst, R. Hoover, C. Wilt, M. Mason, C. Umbel, E. Kissner. be R 'l 'fx 1 Homeroom 3-I FRONT ROW: Left to Right--I. Fratz, D. Sisler, I. Buckel, E. Coddington, K. Younkin, P. Bittingcr, G. McKenzie, D. Savage, B. Friend. SECOND ROW: E. Yoder, C. Collier, G. Friend, A. Faith, G. Kolbfleisch, T. Frantz, B. Vitez, P. iielluy. THIRD ROW: A. Bowser, I. Bowser, C. Georg, C. Burkhard, P. DeWitt, R. Miller, S. McKenzie. FOURTH ROW: D. Wilev, N. Yorrmer, D. Tepfer, G. Patton, H. Beachy, D. Caruthors, R. McCurdy. Homeroom 3-2 FRONT ROW: left to Right--F. Frantz, E. Savage, B. Hoover, D. Hutzel, M. Knox, E. Kellison, R. Beitzel, W. Yoder, F. Holiday. SECOND ROW: A. Thomas, M. Uphold, R. Broadwater, L. Bittingcr, I. Deal, F. Green, D. Hare, L. Beacliy. THIRD ROW: L. Faidley, W. Kahlbaugh, K. Margroff, N. Miller, I. Resh, E. Hare, D. Bittingcr. FOURTH ROW: W. Bowser, B. Glotielty, C. Wilt, I. Swauger, R. Ravenscroft. E .... .... S Homeroom 8-3 FRONT ROW: left to Right--K. Harc, D. Hutzel, D. Ierrkins, M. Umbel, V. Ravanscroft, F. Wlley, W. Beltzcel, C. Brant, I. Docrr. SECOND ROW: C. Oester, M. Butler, H. Brttingcr, I. McCoy, D. Lancaster, H. Hacnftlmq, D. Mayors, D. Meyers. THIRD ROW: H. Blocher, S. Metz, H. Artlce, B. Savage, R. Schmmlt, G. Artice, L. Fazenbaker. FOURTH ROW: P. Blttmgcr, I. Uphold, P. Broadwater, D. Winobrerfner. 'r-.... Home room 8-4 FRONT ROW: Loft to Right--V. McKenzie, P. Snyder, L. Blttlnger, E. Ash, R. Humberson, R. Sprker, F. Murrbdck, K. Yoder, R. Holllday. SECOND ROW: C. Hummel, D. Brant, P. Umbel, R. Coddlngton, R. Nmer, L. Mlclmcls, D. Broadwater, M. Eckenrode. THIRD ROW: I. Fazerrbaker, H. Kahl, I. Haenftling, B. Savage, I. Jewell, R. Broadwater, D. Beachy. FOURTH ROW: B. Lytle, C. Hare, R. Blttinger, M. Hetrick, S. Hone, K. Miller, B. Garletts. ..-n.. ' 4. - Homeroom 3-5 FRONT ROW: Left to Right--B. Miller, D. Durst, D. Riley, W. Wilburn, E. Friend, D. Ours, M. Baluch, I. Friend, B. Uphold. SECOND ROW: S. Hetz, T. Uphold, R. Savage, N. Merrill, M. Layton, I. Friend, D. Iones, M. McKenzie. THIRD ROW: R. Paugh, I. Margrofl, R. Artice, B. Beitzel, M. O'Brien, M. O'Brien, C. Corle. FOURTH ROW: D. Stanton, E. Nedrow, R. Glover M. Hare, C. Riley, R. George, R. Green. Homeroom 9-I FRONT ROW: Left to Right--F. Rush, G. Coddington, W. Beitzel, C. Frazee, M. Durst, M. Deal, M. Pratz, I. Bennett, M. Thomas. SECOND ROW: G. Fike, S. Saltzer, C. Long, H. Umbel, F. Berenson, F. McKenzie, R. Hinebaugh, D. Glover. THIRD ROW: D. Meyers, I. Thomas, P. VanSickle, F. Emory, K. Silber, C. Savage, A. Friend, P. Riley. FOURTH ROW: W. George, B. Bowser, R. Carr, E. Kinsinger, P. Yommer, R. Buckel, C. McCurdy, R. Renwick. Homeroom 9-2 FRONT ROW: Left to Right- -R. Hitting.-r, E. Edgar, B. Savage, P. Fadczlcy, M. Hilemau, M. I'azw11l1.1kvr, V, Blcmmlvvatvr, l.. Sligrzr, B. VanSickle. SECOND ROW: H. Paul, M. Durst, S. Blttinger, D. Butler, R. Platter, C. Rush, I. Younkin, M. Hockman. THIRD ROW: D. Kelso, K. Yaste, M. Rexrocle, I. Minick, M. Brenneman, E. Deal, S. Fike. FOURTH ROW: D. Pailingcr, I. Durst, F. Hutzel, H. Lewis, I. Hostetler, A. Grove. .B l 4. 1. Home room 9-3 FRONT ROW: Left to Righ:--D. Frazee, R. Holliday, P. Guthrie, O. Merrhach, E. Lowderngilk, V. Sines, I. Savage, I. Savage. SECOND ROW: R. Kisner, E. Wilt, B. Raley, S. Uphold, M. Deal, E. Savage, D. Slsler. THIRD ROW: C. Leu, S. Gay, D. Flke, A. VanSickle, D. Friend, W. Thomas. FOURTH ROW: C. Rush, R. Weimer, D. Moon, E. Platter, L. Huff. A ... .1 .R Home-room 9-4 FRONT ROW: Loft to Right--S. Michaels, F. Lytle, I. Hileman, D. Grove, I. Thomas, K. Thomas, E. Wilbern, D. Bussey, C. Erlmiston. SECOND ROW:. G. Broadwaier, D. Opel, H. Humberson, E. Iones, C. Long, L. Lancaster, H. Ash, K. Sisler. THIRD ROW: A. Rush, N. Friend, L. Stanton, R. Garnm, T. Prazee, I. Capel, I. Uphold. FOURTH ROW: F. Brant, R. Docrr, I. Friend, E. Miller. Home room 9-5 FRONT ROW: Left to Right--B. Bittinger, I. Lowry, L. Merle, K. Beitzel, I. Stanton, D. Spear, H. McKenzie, L. Teats, I. Sines, L. Pike. SECOND ROW: P. Roberston, L. Gilpin, M. Smith, B. Bittinga, I. Thomas, H. Beachy, C. McKenzie, M. Layman, T. Boitzcl. THIRD ROW: I. Short, M. Friend, D. Urich, P. Lee, I. Thomas, E. Brenneman, E. Yommer. , 34 Fiarficiigafe ' Y .. l0NAL 1'A nor-son socnevv 5-5, i.nIS 6 P ,....-1 - ,i.g--1-- ,gg , f V , P L i , +., V - n ...E " in f -21- . g 1.1-it--li-111, ...1- 1-I z 4 To my fellow students: As president of Student Council'I should like to extend to you my greatest thanks for your co-operation, behavior, and attitude. I would also like to thank you for the support you have given me. I hope you students, in the years to come, will always remember what we, the Student Council, have done for you. I sincerely hope that all your days here at NORTHERN HIGH will be happy and prosperous. Max Bowser, President STUDENT COUNCIL STANDING: M. Butler, S. Hone, C. Long, S. Uphold, I. Minick, G. Umbel, F. McCrobie, G. Robinson, K. Rush, I. Schroyer, H. Brenneman, Mr. Molone Uldvisorj, A. Snyder, P. Beitzel, P. McKenzie, H. Hetrick, R. Harman, R. Green, L. Merrill, H. Beachy, L. Bittinger, C. Frazee, S. Alexandria, D. Stanton, I. Robertson. SITTING: C. Hummel, D. Lancaster, N. Yommer, L. Green, L. Coddington, P. McKenzie, lTreas.J, E. Wright, CV. Pres., M. Bowser lPres.J, I. Callis KSec.J, I. Kolb, G. McCullough, D. Jones, C. Wilt, P. Robinson, I. Hiluman, P. Friend, G. Hetrick, R. Miller, I. Butler, A. Grove, D. Frazee, I. McKenzie, K. Smith, D. Sines, T. Mosser. W fu Senior National Honor Society Advisor - Mr. Furlow President - Eugene Brenneman Speaker - Mr. Ross Speicher MEMBERS SEATED: Left to Right--I. Sisler, E. Schroyer, M. Bowser, E. Brenneman, Mr. Speicher, Mr. Furlow. SECOND ROW: A. Layman, I. Callis, G. McCullough, L. Frazee, I. Schroyer, B. Speicher, L. Coddlngton. THIRD ROW: C. Lowery, I. Collier, K. Emory, R. Harman, I. Caruthers, I. Kolb, I. Hummel, L. McCurdy. Junior National Honor Society I955 -5 6 Advisor-Mr. Riggs, President-Carroll Long MEMBERS KNEELING: Left to Right-C. Prazee, C. Inng, F. Nbfkohle, T. Kirby, E. Brenneman. SECOND ROW: D. Frazee, K. Klnsinger, L. Edgar, E. Silber, P. VanSickle, M. Layman. THIRD ROW: M. Hoff, A. Lytle, K. Sebold, G. Umbel, R. Stanton. FOURTH ROW: E. Snyder, B. Buckel, I. Edwards, M. Alexander P. DeWitt, T. Layman. FIFTH ROW: P. McKenzie, S. Hershberger, W. Hanlin, C. McCurdy, S. Bowman, Mr..Riggs. 1 Future Farmers of Am erica OFFICERS OF JUNIOR AND SENIOR F. F.Ii. SEATED: Left to Right-H. Butler, R. Rodeheaver, Sentinels, Rexxode Secretaryp M. Bowser, Pres., E. Rush, V. Pre.s.g E. Brenneman, Tr-:as. R. Lohr, R. Schlossnagle, Reporters. SECOND ROW: R. Frazee, Seniine, D. Bussy, Secretary, R. Doerr, Presidentg G. Bishoff, Pres. of Region? R. Weimer, V. Pres.: L. Stanton, Treas.p E. Wilburn, Rf-porter. PUBLIC SPEAKING CONTEST WINNER Mr. Callis and Mr. Faith extend their con- giatulatiuns to Iohn Hummel, who won the Public Speaking Contest held at College Park in Iune, 1956. lohn was also winner of the Tri-State Contest held in Springfield, Massachusetts, for the winners of Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. SILVER EMBLEM - Cove chapter won first place in the State Chapter Contest for 1955-56 and was given a Silver Emblem award at the National Convention in October, 1956. Roy Rexrode and Eddie Rush were delegates to the Convention. r 1 Junior Agricultural Club IUNIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB President .... Vice-President Secretary .... Treasurer .... Advisor .... B. Garlirz Fmzei G. Pike . . R. Hctrick . . . . Mr. Friend ,. v,,. I SENIOR INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Prcsidunt ................. C. Humborson Vice-President. . . ...... D. Durst Secretary ....... ...... I . Bush Treasurer .... .... B . Wr-imcr Advisor .... . . Mr. Garlmts 47 award to Miss Spiker. The Betty Crocker Award for the year 1956-57, was awarded to Marlene Louise Spiker. She was chosen as the Homemaker of Tomorrow from Northern. She competed for the state contest. The picture shows Mr. Muha, principal of Northern High, presenting the President ...... ...... K . Emory Vice-President . . . .... H. Herrick Secretary .... ..... S . Bowman SENIOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS or AMERICA Tfeiisufef' - - - ' - ' M- Bfoacwfmf Advisor ......... ............................. . .... Mr s. Lawton gf 7 I-. '- at U T' IUNIOR SEWING CLUB Presidznt - D. Jones Vice-President - D. Lancaster Treasurer - L. Advisor - Mrs. Beachy '71 Lf' Secretary - A. Rosh Schroyor f- ff xi gy- ,nn ,aus-. -.qv mud' u-ni -NRE HWMAK AMERICA- IUNIOR FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA President - I. Minick Social Chairman - I. Haenftling Vice-President - I. Hileman Song Leader - S. Pike Secretary - C. Hummel Reporter - C. Long Treasurer - R. Renwick Historian - P. Robeson Advisor - Miss Tobin GENERAL HOMEMAKING CLUB President - P, Friend Vice-President - I. Leyciig Secretary - C. Durst Treasurer - M. McKenzie Advisor - Mrs. Lawton I0 ,,-- ,..,,..-. -M-ms..-M.f-,Www--W I 2 - ,,...,...,.L-K-,...,w-nw ai Q, A 1 Wye? :wr IUNIOR FUTURE NURSES OF MARYLAND President - I. Short Secretary - I. Kuff Vice-President - I. Thomas Treasurer - C. Riley Advisor - Miss Aultman FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA President - L. Frazee Treasurer - A. Layman Vice-President - I. Hone Reporter - I. Friend Secretary - G. McCullough Advisor - Mrs. Falkenstine FUTURE NURSES OF MARYLAND President ......... I. Sisler E. Schroyer Vice-President ...... C. Lovxry Secretary ...... .. N. Swauqer Treasurer .... ..... I . Buckel Advisor .... .. Mrs. Pavone .v E ml f A ,ggi 3 e .Lf .- kvif, SEE! -W.: 3 ' -- W A, " in ' :T if ,MW sw, Q. 4. gf 1 f w ..,, ,x N....,...,A ,..,. Q . ..., , ,, Q N1 13 L ' 4 s S X q A f.p"ff5f-12--,Q ' 0 1 -f-QQ.. A if P ' - wiv , ,X A 'f ,,, , .W . wmfx. A ,gl xx. - , IQ, ,..,,.,Q W ,, .. LL -vg,iwQ-- Z M E N.,.,. .MV :fr-if ,N :nf I .f?,s,i sf. Wei? was , if f.'L Ek Q 1223! -'Q1TjTij.. :g 'gm if Eh 35, 1- 1531-if Q miiiffi is :ws 'gn 'Wvffk X 'iz H17 ' -f 63:98 A ,kmim ff, .X : J, QQ, +1-.. ,Q X J: W fs ISHN vga av- k 5 W Ay--:K 5 X i - W X x 5 J A if 2 ,SX E if , if SENIORBAND President - Larry McCurdy . . .......... . . Librarians - Dorothy Edgar Secretary - Carolyn Savage . . ........ ....... T helma Savage Treasurer - Charles Murray . . . . Director - Mr. Schwing The Senior Band, under the direction of Mr. Schwing, played for basketball and football games during the school year. They aroused pepior our pep meetings. The band presented a concert in the elementary schools, played with Southern High in the combined county concert, and participated in many parades throughout the summer and during the school year. MAIORETTES Head Majorette - Elsie Wright. FIRST ROW: Judy Friend, Patty McKenzie. SECOND ROW: Ethel Seibert, Helen Selby. THIRD ROW: Iudy Hone, Louise Coddington. FOURTH ROW: Banner Girls: Shirley Lowdermilk, Iuanita Buckel. l L The band, under the direction of Mr. Schwing, played with Southern High in the combi ned coun- ty concert. IUNIOR BAND ALL-STATE C HO RUS Troy Wilburn and Richard Stanton represented Northern in the All-State Chorus at the State Teachers' Meeting in Baltimore in October, 1956. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club activities for the year included a Christmas program: a Community Sing, concerts at Grantsville, Accident, and Friendsvillep an Easter program: the All County Choral Concert: and singing for graduation. SENIOR DANCE CLUB President ...... . . . . A. Snyder Vice-President. . . . .P. McKenzie Secretary. . . . . . . . K. Rush Treasurer. . . . . P. Beitzel Advisor . . . Mr. Johnson JUNIOR DANCE CLUB President .... . .... . . C. Long Vice-President. . . . I. Hileman Secretary .... . . R. Hinebaugh Treasurer . . . . .. H. Umbel Advisor. . . Mr. Swauger BOYS' RECREATION CLUB President ............. . . I. Swauger Vice-President . . . . . . . . . .C. Wilt Secretary . . . . . .I. Lowry Advisor . . . . Mr. Brown 54 GIRLS' RECREATION CLUB President ....... . ....... C. Oester Vice-President ....... V ..... P. DeWitt Secretary. . . . . K. Miller Treasurer. . . . . D. Wiley Advisor. . . . Mrs. Robinson SENIOR SCIENC E CLUB President .... . ..... . . . R. Harman Vice-President . . . . . . . . I.K. Speicher Secretary. . . . . . L. Ault Treasurer. . . . . K. Balcom Advisors . . . Mr. Keplinger Mr. Strauss IUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB President .... ......... S . Uphoid Vice-President . . . . A. Grove Secretary .... . B. Raley Treasurer. . . . . C. Lee Advisor. . . . Mr. Riggs IUNIOR SCIENCE CLUB President . ......... .... A . Faith Vice-Resident . . . D. Topfer Secretary .... . . . S. Stanton Treasurer. . . . B. Buckel Reporter . . .... H. Ash Librarian . . . . . R. Edwards Advisors . . . . Mr. Keplinger Mr. Strauss SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB President . . . . . . . . . .... G. Miller Vice-President . . . . M. Speicher Secretary . . . . . . . . . I. Hone Treasurer 6iAdvisor . . . Mr. Riggs 55 IUNIOR ART CLUB Advisor - Mrs. Rowan SENIOR ART CLUB President ................ C. Murray Vice-President ........... I. Zimmerman Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . . M. Sines Advisor ........ . . Mr. Furlow JUNIOR ART CLUB President .......... E. Silbert Vice-President .... . . A. Lytle , Secretary-Treasurer .... T. Layman Advisor ........ . Mr. Furlow JUNIOR CRAFT CLUB President .............. . . B. George Vice-President . . . . R. Carr Secretary .... . M, Durst Advisor .... . . Miss Kolb SENIOR PROIECTOR OPERATORS President ......... G. Bishoff Secretary. . . , . K. Kinsinger Treasurer. . . . . . Advisor. . . . . LIBRARY CLUB President ..... ...... K . Rush Vice-President. . . . . B. Speicher Secretary. .... . I. Zimmerman Treasurer . . . . . I. Wagner Adviser. . . . . Mr. Kesner S. Bowman Mr. Kesner IUNIOR PROJECTOR OPERATORS Advisor - Mr. Friend LETTERMANS CLUB President ....... W. McKenzie Vice-President ...... B. Miller Secretary-Treasurer . . . D. Robeson Advisor ........ Mr. Mitchell T, , Cf' .X Newspaper Staff STANDING: Beverly Speicher, Sports Editor: Rosalee Sisler, Assistant Editor: Thelma Hanlin, Reporter, Mr. Davis, .1rrivisor:A:ina Mi,ler Ruth Hockmun, Reporters: Ruth Stanton, Assistant Business Editor: Barbara DeWitt, Circulation Manager. SEATED: Thelma Er izee, fXdvert,sin: Gloria McCullough, Editor-in-Chief: Helen Loecnol, Business Editor: Dorothy Ringer, Circulation Manager. Absent: Gloria Miller, News llflitor. Yearbook Staff Marlene Spiker, Editor: Miss Schrock, Advisor: Angela Layman, Business Manager: Donna Beachy: jean Camp, Iean Zinmerrmn, Assistant El itor Lune Callis: Laura Zimmerman. Absent: Shirley Fazenbaker. S ' 1. of 4 ecame forfgminhzh i- .. - --rf ' 1 ' n...." Football FIRST ROW: Mr. Strauss, Coach: Claude Humberson, Roy Rexrode, Eddie Rush, Ronald Glass Alex Close Ward Humberson Dean Durst Warren Miller, Mr. Mitchell, Head Coach. SECOND ROW: Mr. Davis, Coach: Gary Hetrick, Gary Frantz Don Ienkins Ray Beitzel Kenneth Durst, Grady Gilpin, Charles Strauss Ir. , Mr. Brown, Coach. THIRD ROW: Richard Miller, Billy Miller Ward Humherson Richard Spf ar Gary Lawson, Thomas Schroyer, Marvin Sisler, lack Savage. FOURTH ROW: Charles Wilt Caroll Long Paul Yommer Martin Conn Iim McKenzie, Hugh Umbel, Allen Edgar. r Northern Northern Northern Northern Northern Northern Northern Northern Scores Meyersdale 2 4 Keyser LV. 6 Confluence 6 Terra Alta 6 Southern 18 Berlin 7 Beall B Team O Fort Hill I.V. 0

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