Northwestern High School - Warrior Yearbook (Springfield, OH)

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' ' ' ' ', "Y g4Lg-,ffm I l I I 5: ,,, A, In . ,v , , -iq ,. -3, A-M E I M .... ,..,.. is -. ,..,......4r:,,,,.....,N -:W --A -- .K W-,fx W g,..,..4- L , F- 4, ., -f '---- JOUR ALISM CLASS Warrior and Smoke Signal" Staffs Members ofthe Journalrsm Class were Standmg Mary Hullrnger Norma Keller Peggy Westerf1e1d Jacky Hawk Donna Errett Isabelle Perslnger Carlyn McFarland Bob Patton Helen Laughl1n Jrm Hoberty AnnShaffer BobLeonard Mar1eneChaney Shrrley Brown Judy McFarland Carol Slough and Pat F1sher S1tt1ng Mrldred Jenkrns Mary Davrs Par Barger Pat Shaffer Colleen Martrn Marg1e To land 'Sandra Augustus and Manlyn Wells ADVISOR Mr Richard Brinkman WARRIOR SMOKE SIGNAL Edltor M11dredJenk1ns Eduor Donna Errett Busrness Manager Isabelle Persmger Busrness Manager Jrm Hoberty Arusr Bob Patton Sports Ednor Bob Leonard ! f ew -nl Wlllle The Warrior 9 11 if Q! QQ 7? QQ if 'X I ri It - I If ' ,,",'-M r f 'I' fl J- N .A f I 9 EU. 4 H, -if mamma N1 ai 'gf ff Qi iffy ORTHWESTER LDCAL BGARD OF EDUCATIO Seated from left to right: Harold Dresher, Willard Baker, Harold Jenkins, clerkg Herbert Black, president. Floyd Berner, vice -presidentg and Allen Fay. 4 t ,,,.'-----,., -52 V - . ' . -W M1 . T' 1 Standing: RICHARD O. BRINKMAN Principal In 1954-1955 Mr. Brinkman completed his second year as Principal of Northwestern High School. This year marks his fifth year at Northwestern. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Wit- tenberg College and a Master of Education degree from Kent State University. Mr. Brinkman's versatile qualities have been respon- sible for the organization ofm any educational, recre a - tional, and athletic programs. Among these are Adult Education and Recreationalprograms, National Honor Society, and school publications. In addition to his perfomiing the many duties of principal, Mt. Brinkman teaches Typing 11, journa- lism and office practice. Busy or extremely busy, he always finds time to give help when needed. KARL R, BODENBENDER Executive Head This year marks Mr. Bodenbender's third year as Executive Head of the Northwestern Local School District. He served for four years as Superintendent of Glouster Exempted Village Schools before coming to Northwestern. Mr. Bodenbender holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Science in Educa- tion degree from Defiance College, and a Master of Arts degree from Miami University. He has also taken additional work in school administration at Ohio University and Ohio State University. He has been a school administrator for eleven years and an educator for the past twenty-one. Qu... N SN, X MR, DONALD GEIS B.S, in Ed.-Cederville College, Teacher of Math, Boys' Phys. Ed., and Gen- eral Science, Football, Track, Ass't Basketball Coach, it 1 rbi- ,ls . ,EV ,an -- MISS MARY C, KRUEGER A,B,-Wittenberg College, Teacher of English and Latin, Librarian if . MR, JAMES COOK B,S. in Ed.-Defiance Col- lege, Manchester College, Wittenberg College, In- diana University, Teacher of American Government, American History, and Eng- lish, Basketball, Baseball, and Ass't Football Coach. MR. RALPH HILL B,S, in Ed.-Wittenberg Col- lege, Te a che r of Math, Physics, and General Busi- ness. MR. HAROLD GRIEST B.S, in Ed,-WittenbergCol- lege, Springfield Business College, Graduate Work- Miami University, Teach- er of Commerce. MISS DORIS MARTIN A,B,-Western Reserve Uni- versity, Lake Erie College, Cleveland Institute of Art, Teacher of Art. MR, DARL DEAN B.S, in Ed.-Ohio State University, Teacher of Vocational Agriculture, F.F,A, Advisor. r X MRS, MARNA KRUEGER A,B,-Wittenberg College, Teacher of English and Spanish. f"1. MR. LYNN NORTHUP B.S. in Ed.-Antioch Col- lege, M,A.-Ohio State University, Teacher of Physical Sciences, Atten- dance Supervisor. fi,-'tx MRS. WILMA SHANK B,S, in Home Economics- Ohio State University, Teacher of Home Eco- nomics. 3 N MR. JAMES PAYNE B.S. in Ed.-Ohio Stare Uni- versity, M.A.-Ohio State University, Teacherof Ind. Arts, Audio-Visual Super- visor. air' MRS. BARBARA WIMBERLY B,A,-BaldwinWa11aceCo1- lege, M. S. -University of Oregon, Teacher of Girls' Phys. Ed., and Health, 7 MR. RICHARD OSBORNE B.S. in Ed. -Wittenberg Col- lege, Teacher of Instru- mental and Vocal Music. X MR. FRA NKLIN WALTER B.S, in Ed.-Ma nchester College, Teacher of Driv- ers' Training, History, Eng- lish, and Speech, Dramatics Coach. Q W'- f . 1 ,. 'Sg- N j, 5 , . ,, cr 5' if K 1 'fs I X A " ..: 3 is U' f .f -t 'il i,,"':5 -2 K 1171 , 1551. f K' . 1: - r 'sffiftzsas , K -z' -f f 15? . Y' MR, RONALD PETERS B.S,in Ed.-Ohio State Uni- versity, Graduate Work- MiamiUniversity, Teacher ofPhys. Ed. and Sociology, Guidance Counselor. -2.5 at ., . e k ,' L., , r, -Q.. TAFF MRS ESTHER KAFFENBARGER Secretary Always w1111ng to help whenever anythrng had to be done was Mrs Kaf fenbarger school secretary RALPH FREDERICK AND DAN MCGILLIVRAY Custodxans Just brxng anythlng broken to Dan and Ralph the two handy custodlans and f1x ltmen They re never too busy to help MISS EDNA FREEZE AND MRS VERA SCHINDLER Cooks Preparrng good meals for all students and helprng w1th specral banquets were the specrahtres of Mrs Schindler and Mrss Freeze cooks Mrs Lyman Worthington also a cook was absent when pictures were taken w 8 -'ii--r. ipurg W 1 ,-1: ,, U , I ,D Presldent Robert Leonard V1ce Pres1dent Roger Wagner Secretary Mlldred Jenk1ns Treasurer Norma Keller Adv1sors Mr H111 Mr. Northup GRADUATIQN The Baccalaureate service for the 1955 graduating class was held May ZZ in the Northwestern auditorium Rev- erend George Groh gave the invocation and Reverend Ross Noffsinger d - livered the address of the afternoon. Amixed chorus composed of the sixty- five members of the graduating class sang "You'll Never Walk Alone" and On May Z4 the class marched down the aisle to the traditional strains of 'Pomp and Circumstances" Rev-1 erend M P. Schoepfle opened the service by giving the invocation The music for the evening service was fur- nished by a mixed undergraduate chorus Maynard Kniskern editor of the Springfield Sun delivered the graduation address The diplomas were then presented to members ofthe of the Northwestern Local Board of Education Salutatorlans EVELYN SHOUP MILDRED JENKINS e "Now Thank We All Our God". class by Mr. Herbert Black,president 10 Valedlctorlan NORUA KELLER WT'- MR MAYNARD KINISKERN Mr Kmskem ednor ofthe bprmg fxeld Sun dehvered the commencement address 7 11 CARL ANDRUS f Football 4 Va' F.F.A. 4 Dramatics Club 4 QAttended Northeastern until Senior Yearj. ,,,.4" PATRICIA BARGER Class Play 3,4 Thespians 3,4 F.H.A. 2,3,4 Dramatics Club 3,4 Student Council 1,2,3,4 G,A,A, l,2,3,4, Chorus 4 Tumbling 3 Varsity "N" 4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 , va X ROBERT BUTTS Dramatics Club 4. J MARLENE CHANEY Varsity "N" 4 Class Play 3,4 Cheerleader 3,4 Thespians 3,4, Student Council 2 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 F.H.A, 3,4 G.A,A. l,2,3,4 Homecoming Attendant 4 Prom Queen Attendant 3 Chorus l,3,4 F.F.A. Queen 4 SHIRLEY BROWN Class Play 3,4 Dramatics Club 3,4 Cheerleader 1 G,A,A, l,2,3,4 Varsity "N" 2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3 Tumbling 2,3 F.H.A. 2,3,4 Honor Society 3,4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Homecoming Attendant Sweetheart Queen 4. 44,55 E7 SANDRA AUGUSTUS Class Play 3,4 G,A.A. l,'2,3,4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Varsity "N" 4 Chorus 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4. C A ROLYN BLEVINS Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,3 G,A,A, 2,3 Class Play 3,4 Tumbling 2,3 Dramatics Club 3,4 H DORIS BAKER F.H.A. l,2,3,4 G.A.A. 4 Class Play 3,4 HAROLD CHANNELL F,F,A. 3,4 Football 2,3 Industrial Arts Club 4. h i s 'U A 24 'f -his a 'J MARY DAVIS G.A.A. l,2,3,4 F.H.A. l,2,3,4 Tumbling 2,3,4 Dramatics Club 4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Class Play 3,4. DAVID DRESHER Chorus 1,2 Tumbling 3 Class Play 3,4. 18' Q D I J. u fr .KT ' v 'Y' R ' ' it P ROBERT CLARK Football 2,3,4 Basketball 2. WANDA DILLARD G,A,A, 3 F.T.A. 4 Dramatics Club 4 Class Play 3,4 Chorus '2,3. 5,-45 ,- 3 ,L Nt' IRENE CUMMINGS Chorus 4 fAttended Springfield High until Senior Ye ary. X, fu:-U3 1 fg Klliiqxm NVPA I 1,7 JANET DOWNING G,A,A, 4 F,H,A, 2,3,4 Class Play 3,4. RUTH ANN CLAAR Chorus l,4. fri? RONALD DICK Dramatics Club 4 Class Play 3,4 Honor Society 3,4 F.T.A. I 3 fl DONNA ERRETT Editor of "Smoke Signal" G.A.A. 1,2 F.T.A. 4 Honor Society 3,4 Dramatics Club 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Chorus 2,3. HELEN ERRETT G,A,A, l,2,3,4 Class Play 3 Chorus 2. 3' vu., DONALD FULLER Basketball l,2,3,4 Dramatics Club 4 Student Council 4 Baseball l,2,3,4 Track l F.T.A. 4 Varsity "N" 3,4 Class Play 3 Honor Society 3,4. 0 'N ,y ,v I its Q, a Sk ! JOHN IIOHLMAYER Class Play 3,4 Industrial Arts Club 4. . ff, Q L Gs 1 N9 1. I I PATRICIA FISHER Dramatics Club 3,4 G,A,A, l,2,3,4 Thespians 3,4 Class Play 3,4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4. AN -, :St il ' r . 1 K . . tv' .r 52' -'ff' l' I-iff ,il ll-1'f.il3f-l'3: fl:7l"'2p15'71'i3""t, as -, QW: .,1fgi:',Q.-, I. ...V - " ,mf ' '- gliif'-lAQf1.:fg X' A --ff:Nf"lI. Fl' -X-. iflffiifinvzlxfli.-r3f2X V-1--+"" JAMES HOBERTY varsity "N" 3,4 Football Manager 2 "Smoke Signal" 4 "Warrior" 4. '11 1'v."', .- ,,,, 2 Pl x--A-ff "" fs. K r . 2-7 JOSEPH FLANIGAN Tumbling 2 Class Play 3 Chorus l. ,sbs x fri, Jr "f' A JERRY HOBERTY Class Play 3,4 Varsity 3,4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Football 2,3,4 Track 1,2,3,4 Chorus 2 Sweetheart King 3. +5 KENNETH FILBRUN Basketball l,2,3,4 Football 2 Baseball 3,4 Class Play 3,4 F.F.A. 2,3,4 Dramatics Club 4 Varsity 4. 532, u CTE, 1 I! , il ily, ill ff JACQUELYN HAWK Class Play 3,4 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 F.H.A. 4 Dramatics Club 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 "Warrior" 4 Chorus 2,3,4. MARY HULLINGER G.A.A. l,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Chorus 2,3,4 Dramatics Club 3,4 F.T.A. 4 Honor Society 3,4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Srnaln 4 Class Play 3,4 Homecoming Attendant 4 We it MILDRED JENKINS Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 G,A.A. l,2,3,4 Honor Society 3,4 Chorus 3,4 Band 1,2 Editor of "Warrior" 4 Prom Queen 3,4 F.F.A. Queen 3 Dramatics Club 3,4 Homecoming, Attendant 4 Varsity "N" 3,4, ' Q- 4 s...,,. I -:ggi I 1 j HELEN LAUGHLIN G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Tumbling, 2 Varsity " N" 4. ,,. PQ - ,g "' ..,f JUDY MCFARLAND G.A.A. 2,3 F.T.A. 4 Dramatics Club 3,4 " Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Chorus 3. ROGER KAEFENBARGER Track 3 F.F.A, 2,3,4 Varsity "N" 4 Basketball Manager 2. V ef' I RONALD MCCOWN Class Play 3,4 Industrial Arts Club 4. 'ZTZT S. Y"'f7 K .y t, f W , , NORMJ'-. KELLER Chtfvrleader 2,3,4 Chorus 2,3 Class Play 3,4 Student Council 3 Homecoming Queen 4 G.A.A.1,2,3,4 Varsity "N" 4 Honor Society 3,4 "Smoke Signal" 4 "Warrior" 4 Prom Attendant 3. W kia A of CARLYN MCFARLAND G.A.A. l,2,3,4 "Smoke Signal' 4 "Warrior" 4. WQX 'K""7 LEONARD JONES Class Play 3 Chorus 1,4 Track l,2,3,4 Dramatics Club 4 Varsity "N" 3,4 Basketball 1. 1: '-1-' N. C? ROBERT LEONARD Baseball l,2,3,4 Basketball 2,3,4 Track l,2,3,4 Class Play 3,4 Dramatics Club 4 "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 Chorus 2 Varsity "N" l,2,3,4 . 54' V K A - I -H 6 z !.f, 'K 1 t"Nv' J ' x , , 7 f, I ,, ,, , , ,, 1,753 DONNA MCGILLIVRAY Class Play 3,4 Chorus l,2,3,4 G,A,A. 2. X MARY MCGILLIVRAY Honor Society 3,4 F,H,A. l,2,3,4 Chorus 4 G,A,A, l,2, F.T. A. 4 Class Play 3,4 Dramatics Club 4 Band 3. - 4.3 Q- -. I AV'1n RICHARD PATTON Track 1,3,4 Football l,2,3,4 Varsity "N" 4. l, ff.. 52 fev,4..5-.3-:, 22 v 5 :fr fi Q I COLLEEN MARTIN "Warrior" 4 "Smoke Signal" 4 F.H.A, l,2,3,4, Chorus 4 Class Play 3,4 G,A,A, 2,3. ,'.V ,M 'ix . to X4 f ROBERT PATTON Class Play 3,4 Dramatics Club 3 "Smoke Signal" 4 "Warrior" 4 Football Manager 2. ' x I I FLOYD MARTIN Class Play 4 Industrial Arts Club 4. . wif Q 1 , 7 if I , 4 N . " Ei 'rw M75 1 A f I t A . , t - pk , Us ll' All I DON MCNEAL Dramatics Club 4 Industrial Arts Club 4 Class Play 3. fu- , S., ! I MAX MOHLER F,F.A. 2,3,4 Student Council 4 Honor Society 3,4 Football 4 Dramatics Club 4 F,T,A, 4 fAttended Newton in Fresh man Yearj. JERRY PENCIL F,F,A, '2,3,4, Chorus l,2,3,4. S- ' av S. HARLEY PENCIL gf F.F.A. 2,3,4 Chorus. C' Il W fc I ISABELLE PERSINGER L G.A,A, 2,3,4 f' 3 Dramatics Club 3,4 ' N' g, F,H.A, l,2,3,4 4.15, Business Manager of "War 3 rior" 4 y , "Smoke Signal" 4 ' Chorus 3,4. xg .y . an V I a 4 , xl gil 5 x ' i 3. I PAUL PIERCE Baseball 2 Football 3, 4 Chorus 1 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Tumbling 3 vin 'sw YN' EVELYN SHAUP Band l Tumbling 2 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Varsity 'N' 3 MARGIE TOLAND G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity 'N' 3, 4 Chorus 4 'Warrior' 4 'Smoke Signal' 4 Dramatics Club 3, 4 Program Committee 4 vig 4 be , , Y., x X ANN SHAFFER Thespian 3, 4 Dramatics Club 3, 4 Class Play 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Varsity 'N' 4 Choms 1, 2, 4 'Warrior' 4 Homecoming Attendant 4 Double Quintette 4 'Smoke Signal' 4 Gui CAROL SLOUGH Chorus 1, 2 G. A. A. 3 F. T. A. 4 'Smoke Signal' 4 'Warrior' 4 Dramatics Club 4 Class Play 3, 4 x 'CZ' 5 'fs- PATRICIA SHAFFER MARY ROUSH Band 1, 2, 3 Chours 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3,4 F. T. A. 4 G. A. A. 2, 3 Class Play 3 Dramatics Club 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4 - 'N F. H. A. 4 'N Class Play 3, 4 'gg Dramatics Club 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 'Warrior' 4 'Smoke Signal' 4 .- 'Vs " Va AQ' IN-.Ja ss F AMY SMITH F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 4 F. T. A. 4 Class Play 3, 4 Chorus 4 2? 'PSP KARL SHULTZ Class Play 4 Band 4 X 'ls "' 'Vg gl ---.QQ SUE VINCE Chonis 2, 4 G. A. A. 3, 4 Basketball 3 Dramatics Club 4 ROGER WAGNER MARILYN WELLS Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 , ,g .,, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Dramatics Club 4 Class Play 3, 4 'N G. A. A. 2, 3 Varsity "N" 2, 3, 4 Q Q Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 2 'Smoke Signal' 4 Honor Society 3, 4 "Warrior" 4 Dramatics Club Sweetheart King 4 fed" L PEGGY WESTERFIELD AUDREY WILHELM G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, " Chorus 2, 3, 4 Chorus 3, 4 fag: " ,, Varsity -N- 3, 4 F. H. A. 4 'bg Honor Society 3, 4 F. T, A. 4 ' ,A 3' Dramatics Club 3, 4 Class Play 3 I Class Play 3, 4 4, 'Warrior' 4 'Smoke Signal' 4 Program Committee 4 The Senior Class trip to New York and Wash- ington was more than a dream as their wish came true. By selling Concessions at basketball games, selling Jello, and having two paper drivesg along with the Senior Class Play "Papa Was A Preacher" directed by Mr. Hill, this dream came true. The Seniors wish all the other classes the success they have had. 18 Presldent Vrce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Adv rsors B111 Parchen Don Rader Barbara Ienkms Marrlyrm Johnson Guest Mr Cook 7' xf XY' E ill-35232 with ""'!' yy-... Ann Albert Bob Anderson Emrly Ballentrne John Bamhart Ellen Beck Gall Bennett Mary Bereczky Evelyn Bodenbender Geneva Bowers Judy Butcher Max Brrtnngham Ed Broemson I.. -'SK +L 1156 L-up I 'V' 11,57 fm .2 Q?-t Don Burkeprle Rex Cam Jamce Callrson Shuley Campbell Howard Channell Ierry Clrgrow Ethel Davrs Joanne Evrlsrzor B111 Freeze Rachel Funderburg Rich Glllrland Janet urtmrn 20 you fl!" GQ Janrce Gnmm Evelyn Gnsso Kerth Gundolf Kyle Helsel Sharon Hermes Shrrley Hoberty Barbara lenkrns Eldon Johnson Marrlynn Johnson Shtrley Johnson Pam Jordon J. A if ,V ', ,5 ,L 5 6 T I 'Q , A nw 1, I 'fu K , A l hm is 'V , I y' 1 o,,, n , 122 , . E fltrixi- A an 1 9 9 I0 lli W 12 15 If g no Q J JV A wig. T 7 1 yrn J 5 f- he J ' h Lnol 1 5 - ' elvr ' . 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As if starting a tradition the Junior Class won the annual magazine drive A f1rst for the class and the high school was a Jitney Supper which proved very successful As other pro jects they sold candy and presented the Juruor Class ay "Shy Guy' Gene McG1othin Ronnie McGil1ivray Betty McNier Loretta Merrow Charles Morris Carroll Mumma Nancy Mumma Bill Mulkey David Murnahan Mary Newland Bill Parchen Judy Parker Penny Petry Don Rader Mildred Rowell Stan Rowell Larry Schuler Jim Scott Bill Sherman Jean Sherman 21 Linda Slagle Sharon Smith Tim Swan Dick Teach LaDonna Thomas Beverly Wallingsford Jackie Warren Suan Weikert John Worthington Joann Younker NATIONAL HQNOR SQCIETY fl r- Inf A A Active Senior Members: Mildred Jenkins, Mary Hullinger, Peggy Westerfield, Mary McGil1ivray, Max Mohler, Roger Wagner, Isabelle Persinger, Don Fuller, Ronnie Dick, Donna Errett, Shirley Brown, Marilyn Wells, Norma Keller, 000 The National Honor Society is in its third year of existence at Northwest- ern. Members are selected for this society on the basis of character, lead- ership, scholarship, and service. Investure services are solemn and im- pressive as the identity of each new member is not disclosed until the actual tapping by the active members. Additional students may be admitted to the society over the class quota as special or honorary members. The new 1955 members are: Evelyn Grisso, Don Rader, Emily Ballentine, Ronnie McGi1livray, Evelyn Shoup Marilynn Johnson, Shirley Campbell, Judy Parker, Suan Weikert, Janice Grimm, Sharon Hermes, Barbara Jenkins Gail Bennett, Evelyn Bodenbender, and Ethel Davis, 22 x 55 5 A - President ..... . . Ronnie Bare Vice-President . . . .... Linda Wolf Secretary .......... Phyllis Scott Treasurer ........ Tom McGi11ivray Advisors . . . Mrs. Shank and Mr, Payne 4 1 S-'L S 1,-5 1 X IQ? "W fa Talmadge Algren Ruth Andrus Stan Augustus Ron Bare Donna Berner Bob Blevms Bob Breeze Jerry Bull Don Carlyle Phyllls Chatfreld Andrea Cucle Nancy Claar rv, 'War X fn. 'Klear rv., Wine'- Mary Clark Judy Compton Johnny Crevlson Betty Cummmgs Betty Detrlck Patty Dtck Annette Dtckerson Dan Dtllard Donna Donovan Freely Dowmng Rose Dyer Dan Gumm "na A Rf'e1, Marjone Grxmm Wayne Hallam Darrell Hapner Barbara Haughey Bob Hawk Gene Hayes Penny Hebble Martha Hullmger Gayle Hupp Larry Hupp James Jenkrns The Sophomores started off the year by sponsormg the annual Sports' Carmval To make some added money on the s1de They sold Chmstmas cards and welcome mats They also sponsored a Thal'1kSg1V1I'1g Dance, Wh1Ch proved to be one of the lnghltghts of the school year 24 1 Z 3 4 J D 2' I - 2 fl? :X f' 1.-,w , A - ,N ' ha' I. x A 5 XA , If H A ' ' far ie., Rf ' ' - ' F 2 . y Q I gg- , 9 7 10 11 2 zz yy 1.5 11 C .Q t 'ff' 2:-y :ra .. f - - -a . . 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Y' 'Luv Mary Overholser David Parker Sue Pencil Joan Peters Gerald Price Helen Randall Ronnie Randall Terry Rector Bob Richendollar Beverly Riley Kenneth Rust Marlene Rust Ray Ryder 25 'fi A 3 Y-.1 Charles Savage Phyllis Scott Louise Shaffer Paul Shaffer Clarence Smith Ruth Smith Donald Snider Bob Snipes Joyce Stradling Alberta Strictland Roger White Janice Widener Linda Wolf fl-,Q HALLOWEEN PARTY Avfv- , Le gtk j5fg.A,A HER? jf 3,2 if-1. 2 l X W, A Help! k 1. 'I IW You're next! Who's who? Shave the balloon. The winners! Wah ,AA :ye-Qsfs P 0 ,I Q B zhC y S1 gl H151 Sh 96 f .0 xfifx 1 ...Jg A A. li 4 ,f 'J A f f "' A ,. N' XX I' :ll ., I 1 I W . 'T "- 1- , i , i. , . I 3 1 -L 2 P Q . .ff Pe'd I... ..... - ' v' P 'der ....... I r . S fry ......... F ff gd' kug' Irvin. K g , x 9 K X 'Q - r ' M .1 . 1" 4 ' A 5 e .4 1, ' K! X Y ,N '--4? 41443 'HM-f X C, ww K" gnu. and 'grim 5 X' X1 Stewart Albert Barbara Ayres Manlyn Ayres Scott Barley Karl Baker Ltbby Bates Wayne Beener Patty Bettts hm Bereczky Tom Bond Brenda Bradley Raymond Brrttr ngham 'WU "H-.W ff' wr-F, Wh ps sn, nr""'f wit Marvtn Brown hm Bryson Vrrgmta Callrhan Beth Coy Ida Davidson Mary Dersch B111 Drckerson Beverly D111 Robert D111 Joe D111ard Joe Dorner Larry Eastgate Y. ,-ff Xp, Darlene Evtlsizor Wrllram Ferryman Carl Frlbrun Carryl Ftlbrun Barbara Fout Kennth Fuller Ronnte Grteser John Grover Sue I-Iaughey Frances Helsel The Freshmen sold schedule pencxls for both basket ball and football as one of then' beg1nn1ng aCt1V1tleS As a new project they also sold Arr Spray 28 pq rl, .eq -oe? 19' ,sql w...., SH' as Nw fe.. PM ew' Sandy Hess Joyce Hoberry Mmam Hullrnger Marnie Hupp Lee Kaffenbarger Judy Kxbhnger Elame Krtchen Carla Laughhn Ruth Ellen Ltghtle Kent McC1enen Lucy McN1er Phyllls Miller Betty Murphy Robert Newland Don North Larry Parker Lmda Perkms Shuley Putterbaugh Clarence Rader Kenneth Ray Nancy Rhodes Cora Rrley Charles Sanders Ted Schuler Joanne Shaffer Janice Sherman Darlene Shoemaker Janet Slagle 29 :MA 6- George Sloan Jerry Smrth Lowell Sprgelmoyer Jack Stewart James Teach Anna Lou Thomas Brenda Warren Jerry Warren Paul Wells Alan Welshermer Cectl Wrlson Edward Zelgler Mrldred Ztnn 5 7 -55 w -:V 40 4-1. 41 .J ' ' J - 4 X 'A ' N J ,. Q., .4 , wa., W - at Q - ly! W1 ,L W-if -of A giai Af 1 A I 4 41 -fl 47 . V who VJ " A 'Zi' N ' ' 1 in ,fl JJ... ' ,R K W if 'gr L J ' do 'H JZ '93, ' Yi- 53' 56 . f in .. ff-Jw T' A ? ,ir S 3 V... -J-t , , Q , ' 7. LHS J, -J J. W A QP' 'ef 1 'V ' ' f ,:,,, f u, wk J J . .JJ - A 6 N 'W 2, JJ-5 M W ' 5 , 4 ,V fa X ,AMA ...ik It X ik, . 1 . A 6.7 is 57 50 61 A G2 2 '55 V . M- J 4... 47, 'Q .T A-V .fr .J J J. ml Yi. JJ WL' J' W W 'W' ,,.JJJJ A I ZZ.. tl. km A . ,L J it FY he 6' ff it fJ,,A Y., - XX 767' .,, 'ff' L . JN V 'L 75 74 7-9' 76 5 fa 6 J j 6 6 J, W , new J.: . . J f W V! M ' if! J 50. 64. , 51. 65. ' ' ' ' 52. ' ' 66. ' ' 53. ' 67. 54. 68. ' ' ' 55. 69. ' 56. 70. ' 57. ' 71. ' 58. 72. 59. 73. ' A ' 60. 74. ' ' ' 61. ' 75. ' 62. 76. ' ' 63. N-, l 4 .L N l m , Come Jimmie, don't be afraid to tell old Santa you want a choo choo twain," CHRISTMAS PARTY The candle lighting service is an old traditional way of wishing everyone a Merry Christmas. Singing carols helps to give everyone the Christmas spirit, X iTzM1W55 TE f Rfk gk Sm' 5' aff iif --..........,.. !,013,? .J g , fu -Q C6 X-JI S5 -...wsq -1 cyqdxw , i if , '5' M I , X GIRLS GLEE CLUB Members of the Grrls Glee Club are as follows Frances Helsel Mary Dersch Phyllrs Mrller Janrce Sherman Martha Hullrnger Barbara Fout Donna Berner Brenda Warren Marnre Hupp Mrrr am Hulhnger Betty Murphy Sandy Hess Beverly Wallrngsford Shrrley Hoberty Sharon Smrth Brenda Bradley Patty Betus Beth Coy Beverly D1ll Joanne Shaffer Ann Albert Carla Laughlrn Mary Clark Ann Lou Thomas Elarne Krt chen Sue Haughey Ida Davrdson Judy Parker Evelyn Gnsso Suan Werkert Sharon Hermes Ltnda Slagle Janet Slagle Ruth Ellen Lrghtle Shuley Putterbaugh Manlynn Johnson Shrr ley Campbell Em1lyBallent1ne LaDonna Thomas Darlene Shoemaker 32 Aiiiiiiffal - fn- ff .dm J , , - 1 ,f1.1a,11-4, ,yy 7 . . . ,. - 1 . . . . ,V MM 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' ' J 1 1 1 1 f ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 - A 1 1 1 1 , . I 1 1 1 a' H ' 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 - I GIRLS TRIO Ernrly Ballentlne Judy Parker Joan Peters Accornpanred by Mr Osborne MIXED CHORUS Nancy Martrn Ruth Smrth Patty Shaffer Mary Lou Overholser Helen Randall Margxe Toland Mrldred Jenkrns Colleen Nlartrn Alrce Mrtchell Sandra Augustus Audrey Wllhelm Pat Barger Irene Cummrngs Amy Smrth Emrly Ballent1ne Barbara Haughey Evelyn Grrsso Jerry Pencrl Mary Roush Joan Peters Mary Ellen Hulhnger Rex Carn John Grover Marlene Chaney Lrnda Wolf Joe Dxllard Ann Shaffer Peggy Westerfreld Donna McG1ll1vray Darrell Hapner Ruth Claar Mary MCG1ll1vray Betty Detrrck Jacky Hawk Loulse Shaffer Kenny Fuller Ronme Randall Jrm Bereczky Annette Drckerson Stewart Albert Kenny Rust Wayne Beener Davrd Lower Paul Shaffer Max Brrtungham Lee Kaffenbarger Robert Blev1ns Eugene Ayres Blll Ray Leonard Jones f e W ' R 2 I I I fg r f I i QV ' . I , l 'A I K . . r Sue Vince Larry Eastgate David Murnahan - . . . A . . . 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I .11 Anne Lou Thomas David Taylor Evelyn Bodenbender David Circle Linda Slagle Charles Ervin John Maxon Max Brittingham Carol Thomas Talmadge Algren Joyce Hoberty Kitty Pendleton Marilyn Stewart Linda Perkins Martha l-lullinger Sharon Hermes Paul Shaffer BAD Gayle Hupp Nancy Mumma Marilynn Johnson Sharon Smith Sandra Hess Sue Kay Baugh C53 Gene Pencil Lee Kaffenbarger Anna Shaffer Charles Warerson LaDonna Thomas Jim Bereczky Marilyn Wells Miriam Hullinger Tom Bond Larry Eastgate Andrea Circle Evelyn Grisso Shirley Campbell Larry Keefer Rex Cain Ronnie Randall Bob Blevins OPERETT pf Z"f' 14" The Belle of the West Northwestern s frrst operetta was presented December 7 1954 and was drrected by Mr Rrchard Osborne Four prrncrpalcharacters who helped make rt a success were Cleft to rrghtj Dave Lower as Mr Speedy Judy Parker as Borse Bess Leonard Jones as Alan Mrller and Emrly Ballentrne as Ida Brown hi Glamour Gxrls of Roarrn Creek? Susre Werkert Don tforget there rs a crowd watchrngf Bewerly Beverly Wallrngsford Marxlynn Johnson and Lrnda Wallrngsford Ronnre Randall Paul Shaffer and 513816 Helen Randall 36 ri 'Mr K , ,yy 1 ft 1 . , l ' 5 V1 f ' w , J Al H lv I ' ' U 1 I V - 9 I n 1 I V ' f , C Q .L ,Z I 4 I , W- 1 ' if . 5 " r 1 ' ' V V A . 3 . it , ' ' I ' ' 1: 1 ' V Y ' vu V ' - . ' . . I l I I I I l fi A ,Z S ,S iw S li it la SE IOR CLASS PLAY P , m 1'1 ga: ' ,L 37 The cast from "Papa Was A Preacher" directed by Mr. R. L. Hill. ' Ann Shaffer andjudy McFarland before their beauty course. Roger Wagner and Bill Ray performing the Buzzard Lope "A public spectacle, Mr. Porter, a public spectacle." .Y 1 , -1- 5 a .sp mug , if 9 gf ' -was -. ..., i Tig, as .1 ti 2 'Y I I ' t' l 6 5 . - X uf " 5 'I M ' 'J V ' lu- ' V 1 5, , ' .' 1 1 : , 1. gy! . L fi b V 2 . I ' . ' 5 I , ,iz 5' HEL 'UM Qqvqx , 5 3 v,. i H ' 5 ,' . , Q 4 In X iii 1 GR f , ,, , r 1 'R I l '1 X il 3 .' W . N- ' 3 If t W ,, I 1 5' 2.5! . -S1 Q, , ,,i,,M .W ,, ,,, MA ., 1 , , gg Q2 : A I, YN 2 i1T4 fm , 1 Q gr v 7 5 IJ DRAMATICS CLUB AND THESPIANS Showing just a few of the things that must go on back stage in producing a successful play are: Marlene Chaney, Bill Ray, Pat Barger, Pat Fisher, Ann Shaffer, and Don Fuller. K Q l Lilac The Dramatics Club in its second year of existence was under the direction of Mr. Frank Walter. During the course of the year, the club presented plays at special assemblies before the student body. "The New Teacher", "Papa Reads the Christmas Carol", "American Way", and "The First Thanksgiving" were some of the plays that the club presented. Officers for the Dramatics Club were: Don Fuller, president, Pat Barger, vice-president, and Suan Weikert, secretary-treasurer. Members of Thespians were: Bill Ray, Mar- lene Chaney, Pat Barger, Ann Shaffer, and Pat Fisher. New members were not selected at the time the annual was published. S59 F. F. . Rss '34, N-N I grfrrq , Hffffn' F.F.A. officers for the year: Max Mohler, president, Kenny Filbrun, Vice-presidentg Bob Anderson, secretary, Eldon Johnson, treasurer, Jerry Pencil, sentinelg Eugene Ayres, reporter, and Roger Kaffenbarger, student advisor. 1 1 i 5 I 9 1 The Fixture Farmers of America, under the guidance of Mr. Darl Dean, engaged in various activities during 1354-55. With a membershipof39 boys, the Chapter sent two boys as representatives to the National Con- vention in Kansas City. The Chapter also held a party at which the F,H.A. tnetnbers were guests, a scrap drive, and their animal Parent and Son Banquet. At this banquet, Marlene Chaney was crowned Chapter Queen and will represent Northwestern at the Clark County Fair this year. .Il Max Mohler kisses Marlene Chaney, who has just been introduced Mr. Dean as 1955 Chapter Queen at the Parent and Son Banquet. lf.F.A. Instructor 40 ., le .- VN "'+ 'Iii wi- 'wig' P , Q- agp A . -. -1, f- ,..g. f .-.4-A fart., S - -s- f f'.,g.5 . f 4 1, 4 1 fi. ' 'wc 'i' . '..f' ' 'I 2,-tfw,,, f ' E53 A , a . ,. ii ,.. Q fide? ,X J, . , l . 1 Pat Barger, president ofthe F.H.A. points out an important item on the F H A bulletin board to Isabelle Persinger Mary MeGilliyray, Joyce Stradling, Shirley Brown and Janice Grimm other officers of the club The F.H.A. adopted the project of helping needy families as their main item of interest this past year. Under the direction of Mrs. Wilma Shank, the members ofthe organization collected toys, clothes, and food for these needy families. At Clmristrnas tirne, the girls took pop cornballsto the Children's Home and sang carols as entertainment. Another project ofthe club was the holding of two bake sales, which brought in over Slfi r for the treasury. lnthe way of fnn, the l'.ll.A. members in- itiated the Springfield and Woodstock High Schools new F.ll.A. Chapters. On April 29 and 250, Pat liarger, Mary Mc- Gillivray,and Mary Daxisrepresented the eliih at the State Convention in Coltimbtis. At this ti rne the girls received :in Award of Merit, whichtheChaprerhad earned tor its fine work during the past year. .A.A. Z G.A.A.,officers and board members for 1954-55: Sitting -Joan Peters, v i secretary, Norma Keller, president, Mildred Jenkins, vice-presidentg and Janice Grimm,treasurer. Standing - Patty Dick, Ann Shaffer, Beverly Dill, Jacky Hawk, Linda Wolf, Shirley Brown, Linda Slagle, and Evelyn Bodenbender. The Sweetheart Dance proved to be the biggest event that the G.A.A. sponsored this past year. The club decorated the gym for the dance and made the arrangements for the crowning of the Sweetheart Queen and King. Such activities as sockhops after most ofthe home basketball games were held to make money. Some of this money was used to hold a play day in which two other county schools participated. The other money will be used towards purchasing new jackets lk forthe girls' basketball teams next year. The club set up schedules for intramural teams at noon in soccer, volleyball, and basketball. Awards were presented to the winners of each sport. The club also adopted a new constitution during the latter part of the year. Under this constitution each girl mustparticipate in at least half the playing time of two intramural or scholastic sports to remain a member ofthe G.A.A. 42 X lk e VARSITY Varsrty "N" offrcers for the year Mr Don Gels, advrsor, Jerry Hoberry, presrdent, Shrrley Brown, treasurer, Roger Wagner, vrce presrdent, and Mrldred Jenkrns, secretary 5 I X The hrghllghtofthe Varsrty "N" calendar thrs past year was the plannrng the crownrng of the neu queen and also rw as responsrble for the dance after the Hornecomrng game Q A Otheractrvmes ofthe year rncluded the rnarntenance of a schedule srgn , Y S rnfrontoftheschool posung the dares of athletrc contests for football, bas 4 kerball, and sprrng sports 4 Anewathletrc polrcy was adopted by the school, which made the same qualrfrcatrons necessary for both boys and grrls to wrn awards 1 Y X Q, of the annual Homecomrng celebration The club made arrangements for L I-S Q Q 1 9 ,y U X - .,,.. , ,M 1 f X A f , t il . A Wi ' I 1 l r , 'V .gl ' - ,, 4 inf Norma Keller reigned asthe 1954 Homecoming Queen. She was se- lected from a group of six candi- H ' Q dares, aftcra week of very success- Om n g ful campaigning sponsored by the band. 441 HOMECOMI G W I Wrg! 'fir ..,,1 TheQneen and her court consrst of Prrncess Mrldrcd Jenklns Prmtcss Slnrlcy Broun ll lQ11ecl1C1rolyn Jen kms Qncen No ma Keller Prmccss Marlene Chaney Prrncess Mary llullrnger and Prlncess Ann bl affcr -X I T he a n n u a l llomccornrngtook plac e durlng the half trme of the Northwestern vs Enon football game The candrdates for queen were brought onto the football freld and escorted from the conxertrbles to therr places 1n front of the Warrror fans At thrs trme the new queen was made known A Homecomlng dance took place 1n the Nlorthvsestem gym follomng the game SWE ETHE RT DANCE The second Sweetheart Dance at Northwestern was held February 12 in honor of St. Valentine's Day. The G.A.A. sponsored the dance and was in charge of the deco- rations and selection of the king and queen. Two boys and l 'R two girls from each of the four classes were chosen as candi- 'xu' dates. On Friday before the .. dance, the student body voted upon the candidates and se- lected Roger Wagner as king and Shirley Brown as queen. Sweetheart king and queen, Roger Wagner and Shirley Brown. I TRAMLIRALS Table Tennis . The table tennis tournament was won by the following: Girls' Singles: Jacky Hawk. Girls' Doubles: Joan Peters and Betty De- trick. Mixed Doubles: Helen Laughlin and Don Rader. Boys' Doubles: Don Fuller and Bob Leonard. Boys' Singles: Don Rader. Basketball Winners of basketball intrarnuralsz Fifth period girls - Susan Weikert, Mar- ilynn Johnson, Linda Slagle, Sharon Hermes, Judy Parker, Beverly Wallingsford, and Shir- ley Campbell. Fourth period boys - Bob Clark, Roger Kaf- fenbarger, LeonardJones,Jack Stewart, Jerry Warren, and Jim Hoberty. ASSEMBLIES JLI IOR-SENICR PROM Dancing and listening to music by Dick Eise mann's band set the mood for an "EVENING IN PARIS". Nw. Bill Parulien and Bob Leonard, class presidents seated at the table, await the arrival of food as the time nears for the banquet to begin. Eniilylizillcntine and Ronnie McGillivray, co- cliairinen, make plans for the prom as they lookovet programs and other items of interest needed to make the evening a success. 'lm 'UICIUK Nl-in Ruin 'lin 'fmllll Munn PIIJITII 'NWI FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA mf 'i vm Su.,,,,w.'-v-hi' ff'Kf'tf g ,. Y I 5 -A i f ' K ,si ' . ' ' '-- - T "5 V . ,, . ,. . ' - 7 . ,l X ' E A RRY!! 'VK SIA!! -Pl. I-ILT!! dl WKRYI nfl USIIK I ' UIQHIIVN , , I J-W' As the F T A was 1n 1ts t1v1t1es were few 1n number 1ng w h e n e v e r subst1tutes members more exper1ence a f1rst year of organ1zat1on 1ts ac The members d1d student teach were not avallable To g1VC the1r course of two weeks was set as1de for the members to take over 1n some of the class rooms at the school The offlcers for the year were Bob Leonard Presmdent Bob Fmch V1ce Pres1dent Mar11yn Wells Secretary Mar11ynn Johnson Treasurer 49 JU IOR CLASS PLAY '-3 3' ro r'- rv U! P4 'U '1 cu V3 ru D ,-. .- : in P4 :F cb 'U ..- sv -4 as FI 0 :T P- N1 -'Q wud f' W- M EIQQ 13 2232252 FDfD""un09N: :J-.ggpcg cn from mp-UQ-'U' ,,. gms- v-'4 scowgzg 'g.moDpDQ SWSFEUUQ P1 1-'T'-'Q.qEf-vE."4 2:!"5SaTC1Jr-vw mms: gp. o.S.'0Q""-1 E' .-:,mQg,3-Q-.ro '-1 :a .-cm Wm ww ofDroo,E,,, 12 57420 350588 H 25-ms OD' O"'3"" rotifmii ?'Nm"': G- v-un Eno "'5,'HOi'3::k4 Emi: s Last but not least The cast presentmg the play March 18 Backstage helpers It takes everyones co operatron to present a successful ww 50 P P1 XL A dfjgsge Q rs s gm fy Q ' f I 3' HY E - S 5 . 0 f ' ,A 'Lanz ' l ' ' U E' F5 y H, r ff 1 '-. fn ' idle? 4 r 3 ,' ,. . , -mmf' r s is sf New N Q , . M W 4 mp , fo 1 xx W XY K" s MX , . A gig? f Nw x x rf 'f C: cl., Q 3 4 ff? T My KM K 4 . ,. 1 ,N 1 -, I ,Q 5 A Wg - V - - K . -X ,T 5 nf! 5 KS il, Q if mf., 'F' 3 HK OOTBALL lI9f'f'.Zl 3 Y Y 'L 1 N ug R gg 22 4553 2 5 Q3Y1brg3I X ' F? First Row: Marvin Brown, Manager, Gene McGlothin, Dick Patton, Gene Hayes, Freely Downing, Stan Rowell, Ron Bare, Bill Parchen, Howard Channell, Max Mohler, Ronnie Randall, Bob Hawk, Coach Don Geis. Second Row: Clarence Rader and Larry Parker, Managers, Keith Gundolf, Joe Mumma, Carl Andrus, Tim Swan, Ronnie McGillivray, Bob Snipes, Jerry Hoberty, Bob Richendollar, Don Rader, Bob Clark, Bob Finch, Don Carlyle, Jerry Cligrow, Don Burkepile, Terry Rector. lnexperience and insufficient team speedled to Northwestern's fi r s t all-losing season in foot- ball. In my opinion, however, we accomplished more this year in losing all our games than we did last s e a s on in winning two and losing six. Northwestern has two major p r ob 1 e ms to combat in inter- scholastic athletics and they are improper attitudes and insuffi- cientparticipation. We must de- velopahealthy competitive spir- it. Mor e participation will re- sult in competition for team posi- tions which, in turn, will produce stronger teams. I feel we have made some progress toward the solution of these problems dur- ing the 1954 football season. Coach Don E. Geis Jerry Cligrow Bob Clark Max Mohler Jerry Hoberty, Co Don Rader Howard Channel! Carl Andrus Dick Patton as M--MW, 9. Stan Rowell 10. Bob Finch 11. Ron Bare, Co-Captain 12 13. 0 og 14. Bill Parchen . Don Burkepile T m Herz S Sm. khan.. M35 WL, Zs.?1:a"Q W 4 1 rt' X f :Qt TU Tkewgsf fo A KI? Wu x P Eiigg ' Q-, ' gi .. 5 f V Q6 fe. ' , .fx i '51, f L4 'SL 1 V -. .11 1 K ,, VN .Z L A :MA 1 715 ' .l,, ' -am, 5' ' ' 5 - , ,7 A I4 ::7.-'l'g""'ff"'v"?W ,V 1' U A 3 1211 lg ' 32 , ,L v , 1 ng - ' Qi , E17 N Y I . 3 - it' x l "H - 1 .. .fx VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM ,Q Fix m Ron Bare, Bob Snipes, Roger Wagner, Kenny Filbrun, Don Rader, Captaing Jerry Hoberty, Bob Leonard, Don Fuller. Managers: Scott Bailey, Jim Bereczky, and Marvin Brown. The 1954-1955 Warriors playing a tough schedule and doing a rebuildingjob gave a good account of themselves. There were six seniors on the squad, two being on the starting five: Roger Wagner, Bob Leonard, Don Fuller, Kenny Filbrun, Jerry Ho- berty, and Bill Ray. Don Rader was the only Junior playing var- sity ball. He received a trophy in the Christmas Carnival for being the outstanding player of the tourney. The remainder of the squad was sophomores,two being on the starting five. These two were Bob Richendollar and Ronnie Bare. Both boys were tremendous competitors. Other sophomores were Bob Snipes, Don Carlyle, and Dave Lower. The team finished the season with a 9-ll record including tournament play, while losing four of these by only two points or less. The highlights of the season were beating Enon and Urbana. 56 ,544 ',W-:fix f RESER E BASKETBALL TEA Row 1: Tom McGi11ivray, Stan Rowell, Stan Augustus, Bob Sinpes, Don Snider, Jim Scott, Bill Freeze. Row 2: Larry Hupp, Joe Mumma, Don Carlyle, Captain, Dave Lower, Gene McGlothin, Bob Hawk, Bill Parchen Row 3: Gene Hayes, Bob Finch, Terry Rector, Tim Swan, Larry Keefer, Don Carlyle, Captain. x .L tr, ,Q '- .. eq W M. , v f W 2 A, i 'W fx M Ji, ,...A-M-""""Ni , W' g'Ha.. Gym-rg'f v ' i:g'?l1Erfwi?fiw I Q! ba - -1 W T tif I 1 hi ff u if , "1 TRACK Xfww VNC Northwestern'strackteamunderrhedirecrionof Mr. Don Gies: Kneeling - Dick Patton, Ron Bare, Stan Rowell, Dick Teach, and Clarence Rader. Standing - Don Rader,Dave Lower, Jerry Pencil, Bob Richendollar, Jerry Cligrow, Leon- ard Jones, Bob Leonard, Bill Ray, and Larry Four. BASEBALL 4- ,.. . fry ff' v I ,N-X. , , LM, I ., A , ' 1 fp' Q' Y f 3 ., .Q ' 1 V f 5 4 la ' , -K., y, rr J A' fr ff fs W -A X if .54 'A . It v-. '-.. 4 in ul fg 'Y -of M v--. M Lvl W V- . -1,5 -- Q ,VLQX . -, W 'JN -nH,a,,. gt f . fl' . V1 1 , f' yr . y J ef , I. ' , L ' , l . ,. V . n :yr , V. ,,.,.f. .. P, . . gvf-,w2j,,j.r-it ,rl A K Jflrm.. ,f .grant .gg-L f nl, P ' ,, 'L gs: f 1 A , ff, - .if ,".x:r ,. lr ,kg I , Vi ' , , ui V f' , 'I ff" A . ' ry 'V 5'7"iQ.f 3944 Vg-fig, Q, sri- f L. .A V. ' .. f . 1: ' Q '41 ..-"M", A' ' . , ' 4J5,,'.f!3v,',e -Jn A - fi-L2 V. ,zip n r. any .QL-' .,'w,..i,.f: M, ' P V ,AM .- Q A .U , , -Y , -wld?" xl: V' .,-"'.:l'TZ' ., il'a:'f 'N 'X ' f ,LL-1 V TM. yn-'h7f""' ,'f"l A -. f. ' ' " 13" - I A I , . I.. f, W. W, J- , V Iggy ,- ., "' ' 'r. ',,., "- A . . 'f- vv' ' I, ' , .Q h JCQNV, V,-1 I- ' :K 'lr' , lu, .LJ ,wiv Ai' " nn. , ' q f - 3 1' ' ,as -'.-:.ggf.,4f:A "wav ,- r5.5-,.-'..,,g. 1, . A, 4. L., .A -YT,-NL. v 1 V . ' ' ..,. 34"fi",r.?aEf':'5'iff' 4 "Q-QL-. iwp- .J if is ... A A b- 1 A 'ww " . . ' ' Mr. James Cook's coaching established a very successful record for this past years baseball team. Members of the team were: Kneeling - Bob Hawk,BobLeonard,Tom McGillivray,Stan Augustus, Bob Snipes, Don Snider, and Ronnie Randall. Standing - BillSherrnan, Bill Freeze, Dave Lower, Kenny Filbrun, Bob Richendollar, Don Rader, Don Fuller, and Bill Parchen. 59 TLIMBLING TEAM 7 ff' 4- Lorna Gundolf, Jean Sherman, Larry Gundolf, Mary Davis, Sue Kay Baugh, and Ann Albert. rf 4- -----. ,,,,,..,,.., fly ,' 4 , 'JU L A pyramid is one of the many stunts the tumbling team makes in their performances. Here Ann Al- bert, Bill Mulkey, Bill Sherman, Joe Dillard, Mary Davis, Jean Sherman, Dick Teach, David Mur- nahan, George Sloan, Keith Gun- dolf, Marvin Brown, Wayne Hal- lam, Lorna Gundolf, Larry Gun- dolf, and Sue Kay Baugh perform for the basketball fans. GIRLS' VOLLEYB LL Q- , vw 1 . a ' 97 fl cz K 7 Q es' Spb x 4 A v Kneeling: Margie Toland, Connie Moritz, Mrs Wimberly Mildred Jenkins Shirley Brown Standing: Evelyn Grisso, Managerg Peggy Westerfield Helen Laughlin Evelyn Shoup Sandra Augustus Marilynn Johnson, Joan Peters, Emily Ballentine Shirley Campbell Manager The G.A.A. varsity girls set a good record this year by having won four games over Northeast- ern, Southeastern, Enon, and Fair- born and by having lost only two games to Tecumseh and one to Troy. The G.A.A. reserves had a rec- ord this year of three wins over Northeastern, Southeastern, and Fairborn and three losses to Enon, Tecumseh and Troy. Nine of the team members will graduate this year. Marlene Chan- ey is included in this group as she was forced to quit earlierin the season, because of illness. GIRLS' BA KETBALL giwvggga 11001 5:,, I Nmaf . Girls' Varsity and Reserve teams: Kneeling- Barbara Jenkins, Helen Errett, Helen Randall, Sharon Smith, Ann Albert, Suan Weikert,Marilynn Johnson,Jacky Hawk, Ann Shaffer, reserve team, captain: Peggy Westerfield, Helen Laugh- lin,and Mildred Jenkins, varsity team captain. Standing - Janice Grimm, Sue Vince, Joan Peters, Emily Ballentine, Mrs. Wimberly, girls' athletic coach, Beth Coy, Shirley Brown, Margie Toland, and Pat Barger. The varsity girls' team held a 4-Z record this past year by defeating North- eastern, Southeastern, Enon, Bethel and losing only to Tecumseh. Peggy West- erfield, Shirley Brown, Margie Toland, Marilynn Johnson, and Mildred Jenkins played forward positions, while Helen Errett, Sue Vince, Emily Ballentine, and Joan Peters played guard positions. The high-scorer for the team was Shirley Brown with 69 points. The reserve team held a Z-4 record with wins over Southeastern and Enon. Forwards were Barbara Jenkins, Ann Shaffer, Janice Grimm, Suan Weikert, and Sharon Smith. Pat Barger, Donna Donovan, Helen Randall, Beth Coy, and Ann Albert played guard. Janice Grimm was the high-scorer for the reserve team with 51 points. Evelyn Grisso and Shirley Campbell were the ever-faithful managers for the team, while Sandra Augustus kept score at all of the games that the teams played. 62 SBE 5 ov, .B ,Cb C! b f uk Q gent?-ir . ll Weigh! - A, W. :gf ' ,mi-',, , Twig 1 3, ' ' ,A smug V x ! F, :L U " .1 OU A7 , C ' A . A' y Afix X14 C s ' ,. 31 "' JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY J 1 gr- The duties of principal at the Junior High were carried out this past year by Mr. Howard Steele, who also taught mathe- matics. Other members of the faculty included: Mrs. Darice Green, teaching English and musicg Miss Mary Shaffer, teach- ing mathematics, English, and readingg Mrs. Josephine Chiz - mar, teaching social science, reading and historyg Mr. Walter SeWak,teaching social science, reading and physical educationg and Mr. Melvin Semler, teaching social science, reading, and physic al e duc ation. 64 JUNIOR HIGH MINSTREL it 17 WV? I Row 1: Sheila Bickle, Audrey Worthington, Ellenora Williams, Linda Divens,Jeanie McFarland, Marilyn Stewart, Judy Davis, Barbara Stevens, Linda Pencil, Sharon Holman, Sue Kay Baugh. Row 2: Donna Hastings, Anna Shaffer, Jo Ellen Ransbottom, Bonita Dill, Maridel Hermes, Beverly Botkin, Elois Berner, Jeanne Hullinger, Diane Vanderpool, Carolyn Armentrout, Sondra Wilkerson, Judy Pfeiffer, Joy Domer, Mrs. Green. Row 3: Terry Scott, Ira Rust, Emmert Funderburg, Charles Ervin, Junior Massie, Ronnie Persinger, Mike Haines, John Maxon, Larry Kaffenbarger, Martin Valley, Charles Waterson, Winston Erwin, Dave Freeze. Row 4: Fred Swan,Bob Hoffman, Roger Metzger, David Taylor, Tom Bilbrey, Gary Bennett, Harvey Helsel, Wayne Kaffenbarger, Carl Waterson, Tom Warren, Gene Pencil, Jerry Clark, Clinton Wilhelm, Doug Pen- cil, Dale Maxon. A minstrel, called "The Pepperbox", written and directed by Mrs. Darice Green, was presented by the Junior High, Novem- ber IZ. It was the first minstrel presented by the Junior High at the high school and termed a success. 65 if Wa-If 'W X vcr wx t James Adams Terry Algren Edward Andrus Carolyn Armentrout Janice Bamhart Gary Bennett Elois Berner Rich Blakely Roger Blakely Beverly Botkin Bob Bowers Rose Mary Boyd 4' me V? 'fnrvnlf f-. Q.. iii? W-.af ls: 15 4n"'9' "W -.ff Evelyn Bradley Larry Broemson Cecil Brown Harold Brown Lee Burcham Michel Burnett Roger Carlyle Beverly Carmichael Joan Carr Eddie Chatfield David Circle 66 ix 'FY Judy Davis Judy Dean Russell Dickerson Linda Divens Alan Dresher Katherine Durst Philip Dutton Charles Ervin Ray Estes Barbara Evilsizor Jack Fuller Emmert Funderburg V3 if si- X 3 XMNW --4 Mrke Haines Brenda Haughey Trm Helfrlck Loxs Ann Houser Jeanne Hullxnger Joyce Jordan Sandy Jordan Paul Kadel Larry Kaffenbarger James Keefer Bob Kiblinger Dottie Martin Lk V7 fi Patty Massy Danny Mast John Maxson Donna Rhodes Jeanre McFarland Davld McNeal Roger Metzger Oran Mrller W11ma Mrller Sharon Mrtterholzer Terry Moore 67 -7 V7 'MI' M 4 VT' N--1' ,mf all Suu' 13.1 'L 1' Tommy Mulkey Paul Mumper Marne O Brxant Dale Page Loretta Palmer Lanny Parker Gene Penc11 Krtty Pendleton Ronnre Bates Persmger Judy Pfelffer Judy Rader Harold Ray A5 5 6 'ff 33 Y I Carol Reese Dale Rowell Becky Rust Ira Rust Lrnda Rust Harvey Ryder Anna Shaffer Juamta bherman B111 Smrth I 11" x.-Jr 17-1 SJ 'ev f- '-Q' G 1 'Ir 'Inf' Barbara Stevens Martlyn btewart Ronnle Swartzendrueber Davrd Taylor Carol Thomas Jerry Trego Maxrne Trego Marun Valley Drane Vanderpool Tom Warren 68 Q2 Carl Watterson Chuck Waterson Paul Weddmgton Bob Wendt Clxnton Wxlhelm Ellenora Wrlltams Jack Wrlson Audrey Worthmgton Nancy Zerkle 7 1 I 1' f' .. 71 72 V .R 7.3 74 75 76 77 7 67 Q A ' lf' A V t . . 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' 98. 89. 2 "P 15 N14 at' WYE? p.. ,f---1' Ray Adkrns Donald Albert Donald Andrus bue Kay Baugh Shetla Brckle Tom Bllbrey Steve Breeze Vrrgrl Broerrng Joyce Butcher Judy Brown B1l11e Burkeprle Jerry Clark V7 Q7 YN 24x Q' 17 gf 'lj 1' Reneta Cl1ck Betty Circle Joyce Cottrell Elleen Cultrce Joyce Dlck Bontta D111 Joy Domer Douglas Duer Deanna Easterllng V1v1an Erdemlller Wrnston Erwrn 69 1' 'if 7:7 -2-:-7 554' 17"-Y flx nd' Jay Lvans J1mm1e Frantz Dave Freeze Nlarwn Flory Darrell Foster Nancy Godfre Davld Grrmm Gary Grlmm Tom Grover Dorrs Gruse Patty Guthrie B111 Hallam u, ,arm Q7 5 T7 '17 'iight xi H4335 Gary Harvey Donna Hasting Beverly Hawke Harvey Helsel Mar1de1 Hermes Donna Hinkle Alice Hockman John Hogan Sharon Holman Bob Hoffman Ruth Howell Bob Huenke is 1'-1 T7 'H Gary Jenkins Jerry Johnson L1nda Johnson Donna Jones Donald James Bobby Kaffenbarger Wayne Kaffenbarger John Knight Junior Massie Ronnie Massie Dale Maxson 70 ,df f"'3 Sit 64.4 'T Judy McCown Jane McG1l1rvray Barbara McNeal Sue McNier Charles Metzger Charles Merrow Mary Morris Roger North Don Parks Doug Pencil Linda Pencil Donnie Persinger J 36 y 37 38 39 . 441 41 42 . 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Larry Pfeifer Jo Ellen Ransbottom Ronnie Ream Neal Recknagel Brenda Riley Jay Roberts Carolyn Scott Terry Scott Bob Sellars CEI? s-gr mv Isabel Shaffer Larry Sinclair Juanita Smith Gene Spangler Donna Steele David Suver Fred Swan Steve Swan Donna Thacker 71 ...J 95 96 97' Us Q Charlotte Vince Jo Ann Wallen Barbara Wagner Mary Wells Sondra Wilkinson Rona Yarger Marilyn Young John Yowler Charles Townsend 1 k 'Wax K 4 JLI IOR HIGH FOOTBALL QP, Sitting: Gary Grimm, Carl Filbrun, Rich Blakely, Harvey Helsel, Larry Kaffenbarger, Terry Moore, Larry Parker, Alan Dresher, Paul Wells, Jack Fuller, Bill Smith. Kneeling: Larry Patton, Larry Eastgate, Harold Ray, Kent McClenen, Ronnie Grieser, George Sloan, Jerry Johnson, Karl Baker, Roger Carlyle, Roger Blakley, David McNeal. Standing: Dale Rowell, Mr. Sewak, Martin Valley, Stewart Albert, Dick Tarbutton, Ted Schuler Russell Dickerson, Lowell Spigelrnoyer, Bill Dickerson, Bob Newland, Bobby Kaffenbarger, Neal Recknagel, James Keefer, Mr. Semler, Bill Hallam. cc o oU N0ftkwESC5rN,7 O O O O00 000 QLD O00 000 f f ll fi S B if ,um ff-.NX ' ' A In x 1 JU IOR HIGH BASKETB LL ,url "'s. xfltz n 1 -5 Standlng Tlmmy I-Ielfnck Larry Patton Davld McNeal Joe Domer Wayne Beener Lee Kaffenbarger, Ted Schuler B111 Drckerson Paul Mumper Jack Fuller B1llSm1th Kneellng Managers Terry Scott Jumor Massle Coach Walter Sewak Managers Davrd Taylor, Roger Metzger 'WM i Standing: Bill Hallam, Rich Blakely, Harvey Helsel, Bob Kiblinger, Bobby Kaffenbarger, Coach Melvin Semler, Russell Dickerson, Neal Recknagel, Roger Carlyle, Tommy Warren, Alan Dresher. Kneeling: Managers, Dale Maxon, Larry Kaffenbarger. 74 Wm v A S 1 X U3 xl fb . K fx Q4 N AQ I W I. 'Q Y v M SCHOOL SUPPLIES OFFICE SUPPLIES SPRINGFIELD-LIMBOCKERS INC. 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