Northwestern High School - Warrior Yearbook (Springfield, OH)
- Class of 1958
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Mr. HAROLD C. GRIEST- BS in Ed.-Wittenberg College, grad-
uate work-Miami University, and attended Springfield Business
College. School Bursar, Sophomore Class advisor, attendance
supervisor, and FTA advisor. Teacher of Typing I 8- II and
Mrs. VIRGINIA SLOUGH- BS in Ed.-Wittenberg College and
Vocational Home Economics Certificate-Ohio State University.
FHA advisor. Teacher of Vocational Home Economics I, Il, III, 8.
Mrs FERN BENEDICT-BS in Ed. Mr. DARI. DEAN-BS in Ed. Mr. JAMES ARNOLD-BS in Ed. Mr. GLEN SWIGART-BS in Ed
Ohio State University. Teacher Ohio State University. FFA ad- -Rio Grande College and MA- Miami University, Football
of art visor. Teacher of Vocational Marshall College. Ass't Junior Coach. Teacher of Drivers edu
Agriculture l, II, Ill, 8- IV. Class advisor. Teacher of World cation, physical education and
and American History. Industrial Arts I.
Mr. VAUGHN TAYLOR - BS in Ed.-University of Dayton, Varsity
N advisor, Ass't Sophomore Class Advisor, Basketball and Base-
ball Coach. Teacher of Sociology, Psychology, American History,
American Government, and physical education.
Miss MARY C. KRUEGER-AB-Wittenberg College. Librarian and
Ass't Sophomore Class advisor. Teacher of College Prep, English
Ill, and Latin I 81 II.
Mr. GENE R. STEBBINS-BS in Ed.-Manchester College. Warrio.
advisor, Smoke Signal advisor, National Thespian Society spon-
sor, Senior Class play director, and Ass't Senior Class advisor
Teacher of College Prep, Speech, Journalism, English III, and
Mrs. MARGIT HESKETT -BS in Ed.-Wittenberg College, recreation
and dancing-Columbia University, engineering-University of
Dayton, and attended New York University. GAA advisor, Cheer-
leader and Warriorette instructor. Teacher of Girls' physical
Mrs MARNA KRUEGER .. AB. Mr. PHILIP LONG-BS in Ed.
Wlflenberg College. Teacher of Wittenberg College. Senior Class
E ish II 8. III. advisor and Audio-Visual ad-
visor. Teacher of Biology, Chem-
istry, Integrated Science, and
Mr. RALPH HILL-BS in Ed.- Mr. RICHARD D. OSBORNE-
Wittenberg College, Faculty
Manager, Junior Class advisor,
BS in Ed.-Wittenberg College
and MA-Ohio State University.
Junior Class play director. Teacher Vocal and instrumental instructor
of Plane Geometry, College Prep,
Advanced Math, Algebra I, and
Mr. JAMES S. PAYNE-BS in Ed.-Ohio State University, MA-
Ohio State University, and attended Junior College-Messiah
Bible College. Industrial Arts Club advisor. Teacher of Industrial
Arts I, II, III, Bt IV and Mechanical Drawing II, III, 81 IV.
Mrs. DOLORES CLARK-BS in Ed.-Miami University. Ass't FTA
advisor. Teacher of Shorthand I 8. Il, English IV, and primary
Our cooks, Mrs. Mary Worthington,
Miss Edna Freeze, and Mrs. Vera
Schindler prepare the meals tor us
daily. They serve refreshments to the
visiting basketball team as well as the
Warriors during basketball season.
These three ladies also prepare the
meals tor some of the banquets held
Mr. Ralph Fredrick and Mr. Dan McGillvary, are here to keep the school neat and clean
each day. Also, they are available for activities occuring in the evening.
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Bonita Dill, Marnie Hupp, Lynn Ransbottom, Marilyn Stewart, Judy Rader, Beth Coy, and Betty Meek.
Cheerleaders are chosen in the fall of each year to lead
the student body in cheers at sports events both at home
and away. They have charge of pep meetings during
football and basketball games.
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ager Tom Warren Trm Helfrrck Terry Scan ROW 3 My Houseman Paul Weddmgton Paul Kadel Bob Hoffman ROWl
Swngart coach Jay Evans Roger Carlyle Harvey Helsel Alan Russ Dlckerson Roger Blakely Charles Metzger Joe Domer Alan
Dresher Richard Blakely Ronme Ream Vaughn Taylor Asst WelSl'lBImel' LUYYY P07700 DUUQ Meek
After weeks of hard practnce Mr Swrgart
and the team 'ned Southeastern at a 6 6
decrsnon ln the prevnew game We fell to
all other opponents except one which was
the Hornecomnng game with Graham The
team ended the season wnth eight losses
one wan and one he
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SEATED: Larry KaHenbarger, Don Albert, Jack Wil-
son, .lim Adams, Stewart Albert, and Larry Gundolf.
KNEELING: Sandy Funderburg, Danny Bisker, Ray
Adkins, Noah Strickland, Garth Jones, Larry Davidson,
and Roger Wood. STANDING: Paul Metzger, .lay
Free, Robert Foster, Gary Bayes, Roger Pfeiffer, Jack
Bonham, and Mr. Charles Leach.
KNEELING. Lorna Gundolf, Connie Schemel, Susan
Hoberty, Donna Hasting, and Jean Bonham. STAND-
lNG: Sandy Creager, Sharon Mitterholtzer, .lean
Wells, Karen Keeler, Anna Thomas, Kathleen Skillings,
and Barbara Errett.
Mr. Charles Leach instructed a group ot students, boys and girls, in tumbling this past
year. The Junior High team gave an entertaining show at the Tecumseh basketball
game as well as several home games.
Varsity " "
Marnie Hupp Betty Meek Tom Warren Roger Carlyle Larry Shaffer Beth Coy Marilyn Stewart Judy Rader Sue Haughey
Patton Rlchard Blakely Tum Helfrnck Bull Smith Lee Kaften Carryl Fllbrun Danny Mast Lanny Parker .lack Fuller Joe
barger Jumor Massle Alan Dersher Russ Dickerson Bob Newland Domer Harvey Helsel Larry KalTenbarger Ronnie Grleser Carl
Martin Valley Elalne Kxtchen Sandy Hess Becky Rust Joanne Fnlbrun Jerry Warren Alan Welshenmer
The Varsnty N an organization of students who partlcspated an athletncs was an charge
of the homecomnng events as well as a Box Socral and Dance Oftlcers Include Russ
Dlckerson Presndent Betty Meek Treasurer and Beth Coy Secretary
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Marnie Hupp was crowned Queen of the
Homecoming festivities at the halftime of the
Northwestern, Graham Local football game,
on November l. Other organizational repre-
sentatives were, Joanne Shaffer, FFA, Janet
Slagle, FFA, Miriam Hullinger, Band, Beverly
Dill, Independents, and Sandy Hess, Varsity
Future teachers have in this past year as-
sisted teachers in the grade and iunior high
levels during sickness or other appointments
of the teachers. They observed actual
class sessions. The club also joined the
national organization and increased its
membership this year.
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Kaye Kram, Secretaryp Jeannie McFarland, Presidenty Marjorie O'Briant, Treasurery Beverly Botkin, Vice-
Presidentg Joan Carr, Vice President.
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Reading copy, rewriting it, assigning stories,
making layouts, and working long hours after
school is only part of the iob of the Smoke Signal
Staft, who publish a paper every two weeks.
A policy, which limits the type ot news published
and the comments used in publications, must also
be established by the instructor and the staff at
the beginning of the year and followed through-
out the year. fi
Alan Welsheimer, Sports Editor, Joanne Shaffer, Ass't Editor, Sandy Hess, Editor, Darlene Evilsizor, War-
SEATED: Wayne Beener, Ida Davidson, Larry Patton, John Maxon, Connie Smith. STANDING: Mr. Stebbins,
Advisor, Marnie Hupp, Betty Meek.
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The annual Halloween Party, sponsored by the Stu
dent Council was held October 29. Each class
sponsored and decorated game booths. Door prizes
such as a white rat were presented to students with
the right ticket stub. A spook house on the stage
was constructed by the art class. A selected group
of teachers and parents judged a costume parade
and the booths.
Seeing that books are in order and directing students to correct reference are these students, under
supervision of Miss Krueger.
ROW 3: Kenny Fuller, James Keefer, Stewart Albert, Jim Clippinger, ROW 2: Jeannie Hullinger, Georgianna
Schwartz, Melinda Sharp, Ida Davidson, Miss Krueger, Libby Bates, Candy Peterson, Kaye Kraltt, Janice
Barnhart. ROW I: Sandy Creager, Frances Helsel, Joy Domer, Bonnie Winkleman, Isabel Shatter, Rosemary Boyd.
All movies we see during our school year are shown by students instructed by Mr,
Long in the use of all our proiection equipment.
ROW 2: Bob Hoffman, Roger Metgzer, Kenneth Fuller, Jim Adams, Jim Keefer. ROW l
Jerry Ott, John Grover, Emmert Funderburg.
The cooks are assisted each day
by students volunteering to help in
all lunchroom duties. They work
steadily through both noon periods,
ROW 2: Lanny Parker, Dale Rowell,
Frank Cornell, Kenneth Fuller, Jerry
Heck. ROW l: Patty Gutherie,
Sharon Mitterholzer, Ruth Cornell.
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Dancing to the music of Wren
Ervin on December 17, around a
colorful Christmas Tree were stu-
dents and friends. A school party,
including si n gi n g of Christmas
carols, a Christmas movie and pre-
sentation of gifts to The county
children's home was also held the
same evening before the dance.
Much of the school policy is formed with the help of this group, One of their sponsored proiects was the
ROW 2: Mike Haines, Harvey Helsel, Mr. Peters, Advisor, Alun Dresher, David Taylor. ROW li Linda
Pencil, Lee Kaffenbarger, Alon Welsheimer, Kent McClenen.
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All buslness and plans for the annual Sweetheart Dance are the responslblllty of thus
group They also take care of keepung records of ponnts for GAA awards
Reugnung over the formal Sweetheart Dance on February 8 was Barbara Ayres one of
the senior candnclates Dancnng was to music provided by John Chownrng Candmdates
were nomlnated by GAA members from the clubs membership Her court nncluded
Elalne Kltchen and Beth Coy senrors Elols Berner and Ellenora Wrllnams lunuors and
Blllre Burkeplle and Donna Hastnng sophomore attendants
SEATED Carryl Fnlbrun Treasurer Barbara Ayres Vlce Pres: Manlyn Ayres Sensor representative Alice Hackman Sophomore
dent Sandy Hess President Llbby Bates Secretary STANDING representative
Mrs Heskett advisor Beverly Botkm Junior representative
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Future Farmers of America
Ronnie Grieser, president of FFA, crowned the FFA Queen, Sandy Hess, at the
banquet on February 20. Sandy was elected by the FFA members from two
representitives of each class. Her court included Elois Berner, a iunior and Donna
Hasting a sophomore. These girls were also elected by the club members, Work
day and a pest hunt were projects ot the busy members. A group representing
the chapter will attend the state FFA convention at Columbus in May.
Ronnie Grieser, President, Gene Pencil, Secretary, Karl Baker, Student Advisor, Carl Filbrun, sentin
Maxson, representative, Tom Bond, Treasurer, Larry Kaffenbarger, Vice-President.
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Janet Slagle, President, Brenda Haughey, Vice-President, Sue Leader, Judy Davis, Treasurer, Michael Burnett, Assn't Secretary
Haughey, Secretary, Judy Ptietter, News Reporters, Ruth Ellen Lightle Sandy Creager, News Reporter, Sandy Jordan, Parliamentarian.
Historian, Sandy Hess, Student Advisory Libby Bates, Recreation
Future Homemakers of America
"A Key to Any Situation," was the theme of a combined
Home Economics and FHA night on April 24, which in
former years had been held on separate occasions. Des-
sert was served before the installation of incoming FHA
officers which was followed by the style show.
Other FHA activities for the year included a Christmas
Party, Easter Party for children and the annual Progres-
sive Party. Brenda Haughey, president next year was one
of the three candidates for state FHA president at the con-
vention, April 24 and 25.
ROW 3 Bob Sellars Manager Vaughan Taylor Coach Emmert Domer Doug Meek Alan Welshelmer David Cheatwood Bob
Smith Jack Fuller Tum Helfrich ROW l Russell Dickerson Joe
Va rslty Basketball
Mechamcsburg and Northridge were the only teams defeated by the North
western basketball squad Coached by Mr Taylor In an effort tournament at
Graham local Southeastern, Belmont Greenon Newton Chrnstuansburg
Jackson and Lemon Monroe
Funderburg, Manager. ROW 2: Tom Warren, Roger Carlyle, Bill Kiblinger.
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Tecumseh Northeastern Belmont Greenon Newton Chrlstlansburg Jackson
Northridge and Lemon Monroe overtook the reserve team but they were vfc
tors twnce over Mechanucsburg Southeastern outscored the reserves rn one
game but the younger Warriors came back to beat the Trolans later In the
season Catholic Central was also defeated by the reserves
ROW 3 Bob Sellars Emmert Funderburg Managers ROW 2 Glen Swlgart Coach Dave Freeze Phrlnp
Meek Lynn Demmy Terry Scott ROW l Jay Evans Bob Hoffman Jam Houseman Bob Kaflenbarger
Junlor Massle Harvey Helsel Alan Wallmgsford
The glrls varsity volleyball team coached by Mrs Heskett was undefeated dropping its
seven opponents Northeastern, Tecumseh Southeastern Greenon Mechanlcsburg Ur
bana, and Bethel, whale the reserve team won three and lost four games
Varsxty team as Judy Rader Beth Coy Llbby Bates Carolyn Scott Carryl Fllbrun Manager Becky Rus?
Mandel Hermes Ellenora Wllllams Shnrley Puterbaugh
Reserve team as Allce Mae Hockman Elols Berner Marllyn Stewart Lmda Drvens Maxme Trego Evelyn
Bradley Manager Jeannie McFarland Sue Haughey Donna Hastlng Jean Bonham Marllyn Young
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Golf has steadily increased in popularity at
Northwestern since it was introduced a tew years
ago by Mr. Peters, instructor at the time, Greenon,
Northeastern, Graham, Urbana, Catholic Central,
London, Xenia, and Troy were opponents for the
team this past year.
Those who received individual bowling trophies
for the highest series were Carolyn Scott, 439,
and Kenny Ray, 5lO. For the highest game Judy
Rader, T69, and Kent lvlcClenen, 181, received
trophies. Trophies for the best team were pre-
sented to Richard Blakely, Bob Dill, Fred and Steve
Swan, and Gary Jenkins. Secretary of the bowling
league was Joyce Jordon.
larry Parker, Kent McClenen, Tim Helfrich, Larry Patton, Bill Smith, Gary Harvey, Judy Rader, Jay Evans,
Beverly Carmichael, Mr. Peters.
Industrial Arts Club
This club consists of lndustrial Arts and Mechanical Drawing students. Oiticers include,
Clarence Rader, president, Wayne Laughman, vice-president, Kenny Ray, secretary, and
Roger Carlyle, treasurer.
Each school in the county held individual posture contests to select winners
to compete in the county contest held at Northwestern. The girls were judged
on walking, sitting, stooping, standing, and posture up and down steps.
Northwestern, Southeastern, Northeastern, and Tecumseh took part in the
county contest, which was ludged by adults selected by Mrs. Heskett. Girls
from this school who placed in the county contest were Sandy Hess, 3rd and
Marilyn Stewart, Sth.
Latin students, in a celebration ot Latin Week, April 21
through 25, presented a skit in which they translated stories
portraying gods, goddesses, and Romans and reviewed a
style show of Roman Fashions. Also a Latin verb was used to
demonstrate the many ways English words are derived from
An unusual assembly was presented on April 28 by Dr.
W. W. Anderson who discussed hypnotism. His volunteers
were members of the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior
Classes, and also students from the Junior High. After he
had them in a hypnotic spell, Dr. Anderson directed the
volunteers in acts such as "The Lone Ranger," pioneer days,
and the tightrope walker.
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Batting practice each day at noon during baseball season with practice after
school kept the boys always conscious of the coming game. The team won
five games, Mechanicsburg, Tecumseh, Southeastern, Graham, and Spring-
field Catholic, but lost to Greenon and Miami Central. The Warriors faced
Springfield High in the district tournament, but the Wildcats came out on top,
ROW 2: Jack Fuller, Joe Domer, Junior Massie, Alan Wallingsford, Maxson, Tom Warren, Bill Smith, Roger Carlyle, Jim Houseman
Roger Blakely, Mr. Taylor, Coach, Lee Katfenburger, Harvey Helsel, Terry Scott, Jimmy Frantz.
Alan Dresher, Bob Sellars. ROW lg Carl Filbrun, Tim Helfrich, Dale
ROW 3: Junior Massie, Richard Blakely, Alan Dresher, Tom Warren Harvey Helsel Doug Pencil Mike Haines ROW l Bob Kiblinger
Roger Carlyle, Dale Rowell, Charles Merrow, Danny Mast Winston Doug Duer David Freeze Terry Scott Terry Algren Bill Smith .lohn
Ervin, Manager, Mr. Swigart, Coach. ROW 2: Bob Hottman Larry Knight Ivan Hasting
Parker, Chuck Brown, Larry Patton, Russell Dickerson Joe Domer
Much has been accomplished by Mr. Swi-
gart, track coach, and team members who
were busy after school each day in the
spring to improve the track and facilities
included in track meets. In triangular track
meets with Northeastern and Tecumseh,
Tipp City and Southeastern, and Greenon
and Northeastern, Northwestern outscored
Tipp City and Southeastern, Meets were
also scheduled with Tecumseh and Mechan-
A 30 mile club, organized by Coach Swi-
gart, was a club in which the participants
were required to run 6 miles each evening
until a total of 30 miles was accumulated,
Fourteen boys completed this rigorous as-
signment. They were Roger Carlyle, Lanny
Parker, Russ Dickerson, Bill Smith, Richard
and Roger Blakely, Alan Dresher, Chuck
Brown, Tom Warren, Dale Rowell, Terry
Moore, Lee Kafteribarger, Harvey l-lelsel,
and Terry Scott.
Wllllams Shlrley Puterbaugh Beth Coy Elols Berner Manager Judy Rader Becky Rust
ROW l Joyce Jordan Bonnle Wlnkleman Allce Hockman Isabel
Ram dampened the season for the softball team cancelmg all scheduled
games but Mechamcsburg an which the Northwestern gurls were victors
ROW 2: Mrs. Heskett, Coach, Beverly Botkin, Manager, Ellenora ' Shatter, Sandy Hess, Carryl Filbrun, Marilyn Stewart, Carolyn Scott,
Stacks and stacks of pictures faced the WARRIOR staff as they tried
to decide where all those pictures would go and how they would be
presented. The staft's goal was to present a book reviewing the
events of the school year, and yet ci book distinct from the books ot
past years. After a cover and the theme had been selected, the stoft
stettled down to the real problem of croping pictures, arranging
them, writing copy, and sending the multiples to press on time.
To pay for the publication of the WARRIOR Journalism students so
licited merchants for advertising in the book
Barbara Ayres editor Kenneth Fuller asst editor Janet Slagle copy editor Carryl Fllbrun advertisement
manager Frances Helsel business manager
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ROW 4: Steve Swan, Fred Swan, Gary Jenkins, David Zerkle, Dale
Maxson, David Taylor, Clinton Wilhelm, Tom Bond, Lee Kaffenbar-
ger, Russell Dickerson, Bob Kaftenbarger, Mike Haines, Wayne
KafTenbarger, Jay Evans, Joe Dillard, Kenneth Fuller, Eddie Chat-
field, Charles Ervin, Ronnie Grieser, John Maxson, Doug Duer.
ROW 3: Jeannie McFarland, Ruth Ellen Lightle, Donna Thackery,
Dora Pendleton, Alice Hackman, Joyce Cottrell, Betty Meek, Judy
Davis, Kaye Kraftt, Deanne Easterling, Jo Ellen Ransbottom, Jerry
Clark, Larry Eastgate, Larry Kaffenbarger, Gene Pencil, Beth Coy,
Judy Rader, Marilyn Stewart, Lynn Ransbottom. ROW 2: Frances
Helsel, Georgianna Schwartz, Isabel Shaffer, Anna Lou Thomas,
Donna Steele, Andrey Worthington, Evelyn Bradley, Carol Thomas,
Sharon Holman, Candy Peterson, Elaine Kitchen, Sue Haughey, Bev-
erly Dill, Ida Ruth Davidson, Noreen Keenen, Sue McNier, Joan
Carr, Bonita Dill, Donna Hosting, Sheila Bickle, Janet Slagle.
ROW li Juanita Smith, Beverly Botkin, Barbara Stevens, Elois Berner,
Judy McGown, Miriam Hullinger, Joanne Shatter, Sandy Hess,
Brenda Eidemiller, Marnie Hupp, Nicia Egger, Michel Burnett, Jean
Bonham, Ellenora Williams, Janice Bangart, Mary Wells, Maridel
Hermes, Maiorie O'Briant, Donna Hinkle, Joy Domer, accompanist,
Mr. Richard Osborne, director.
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to the drum cadence on bright, windy fall afternoons as
the band under direction of Mr. Osborne, worked to ful-
flll its goal of "Look Good, Sound Better."
The band took part in parades during the summer and per-
formed at home basketball games. The swing band took
part in the Follies, May 6. Four members who organized a
German Band, a group playing at special functions, in-
cluded Brenda Eidemiller, clarinet, Charles Ervin, trumpet,
Winston Ervin, trombone, and Mariorie O'Briant, clarinet.
Charles Ervin, trumpet, Noreen Keenen, trench horn, Ronald
Phipps, trumpet, and Winston Ervin, trombone, were mem-
bers ot a Brass Quartet, who received a superior rating at
the District Music Contest.
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ROW 3: Ronnie Grieser, Kenneth Fuller, Stewart Albert. ROW 2: Beth Coy, Kaye Kraflt, Janet Slagle, Beverly
Dill. ROW lz Sandy Hess, Frances Helsel, Miriam Hullinger, Joanne Shaffer.
National Honor Society
Senior members of the National Honor Society inducted the new members into the Soci-
ety, March 14. Stewart Albert gave the origin of purpose and growth of the society. The
ideals of character, scholarship, leadership, and service were explained by Miriam Hul-
linger, Sandy Hess, Kenneth Fuller, and Ronnie Grieser. Mr. Brinkman, executive head,
gave the principle address and Frances Helsel, Janet Slagle, Joanne Shaffer and Beth
Coy tapped the Juniors as Mr. Peters gave the accomplishments of the inductees.
ROW 3: Gene Pencil, Russell Dickerson, Mike Haines, David Taylor, John Maxson. ROW 2: Marilyn
Stewart, Jeannie McFarland, Judy Davis, Judy Rader, Janice Barnhart. ROW lr Marjorie O'Briant, Beverly
Botkin, Elois Berner, Ellenora Williams, Barbara Stevens, Joan Carr.
National Thespian Society
Formal initiation for Thespian induction was held April 29. During the ceremony, the
origin, purpose, and duties ofthe organization was explained, to the initiates by Kenneth
Fuller, Beverly Dill, Elaine Kitchen, Kaye Kraftt, and Janet Slagle, charter members of
Troupe 1416. Literary Speech, Drama, Thespis, Music, Writing and Poetry, phases of the
organization were described by the members and Mr. Stebbins, advisor, read the pledge
to initiates. Refreshments were served at the informal gathering after the ceremony.
STANDING Joanne Shaffer Kaye Krafft Elaine Kitchen Joe Dillard Stewart Albert Lee Kaftenbarger
Frances Helsel Darlene Evilsizor KNEELING Kenneth Fuller Beverly Dill Janet Slagle Ronnie Grieser
Jumor Class Play
Mike l-lalnes portraylng Dan Tennyson was the boy genius or the Pertect
ldlot during the Junior Class Play March 21 l-las parents Professor and
Mrs Tennyson were played by Ronnxe Perslnger and Beverly Botlan respec
tlvely Cllnton Wllhelm as Jack Tennyson was the genlus brother who was
very tond ot Jeanne Wilson played by Joan Carr
Lrnda Barnard portrayed by Manlyn Stewart daughter of Mr Barnard
added zest to the play were Jeanne McFarland as Rhodora the colored
maid Dan Mast as Putt Wlnlonnskl the dumb athlete and Michel Burnett who
portrayed Carla Carlson Putt s gurl
Dr Van Bart a psychnatrxst was played by David Taylor and Judy Rader
took the role of Mlss Booth a reporter Janlce Barnhart as Miss Baker
the teacher Larry Katfenbarger a policeman and Martin Valley as Mr Lath
erby a soap manufacturer also added to the plot ot the class play dnrecteal
by Mr Ralph Hlll Junior Class advlsor
played by Eddie Chattleld was the genius' girl. Other characters which
The i958 Follies, May 6, was a variety show
in which the Swing Band, Chorus and mem-
bers of the student body took part. Mike
Haines as master of ceremonies was com-
ically assisted by David Taylor, Ronald
Grieser, Larry Eastgate, and Janet Slagle.
Other acts of a comical nature were a dia-
logue by Elaine Kitchen and Sandy Hess, a
Fish Tale, pantomimed by Joe Domer, a
monologue by Bob Kiblinger, and numbers
pantomimed by the Tricky Trio, including
Dave Taylor, Tom Warren, and .lack Fuller.
Dance numbers were presented by Lynn
Ransbottom and Sue Kay Bough. Bonita Dill,
Kaye Krafft, Jeanne McFarland, Beverly Bot-
kin, Ellenora Williams, Joan Carr, and Elois
Berner were featured in songs. The chorus
and Swing Band were combined to present
the opening, Finale, and "Ball Talk" while
the Swing Band played "The Breeze and I,"
"ln a Persian Market," and "Ballin' the
Jack." Ed Chattield also presented a piano
solo, "Deep Purple."
Mr. Osborne directed the Follies and was
assisted with scenery by Mrs. Fern Benedict
and the art class.
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"Dancing ln The Dark" To Dick Osborne's OrchesTra were iuniors, seniors, The FacuTly
and guesTs who aTTended The Prom, aT The Cabanas Club, May 9.
Judy Davis was crowned The queen aT The infermission by Joanne Shaffer, queen of The
l956-57 Prom. Judy's courT included Judy Rader, Becky RusT, Joan Carr, and Elois Berner.
A parTy also aT The Cabanas Club sponsored by parenTs of The Junior Class was held
after The Prom. There were eafs, a movie, dancing To records and door prizes. A coke
cooler, a TransisTor radio, and cerTiTWcaTes Tor records and gasoline were some of The
door prizes given away during The parTy.
Bob Braun, a disc ioclcy who appears on The RuTh Lyons Show, from CincinnaTi, greeTed
The drowsy crowd abouT 2:30 a.m. To play records and enTerTain.
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William Thomas Bond
Puffy Ann Behis
Robert Lee Dill
James David Bryson
Brenda Mae Bradley
Beih Irwin Coy Frank Junior Cornell Beverly Moe Dill
Karl Keilh Baker
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Rosalyn Kay Dillahuni
Joseph Henfon Dillard '
Brenda Louise Eidemiller Joe Domer Darlene Marie Evilsizor
Beverly Sue Haughey
Carryl Arlene Filbrun
Larry lamar Eastgate
Kenneth Wayne Fuller
Carl Eugene Filbrun
Frances lre ne Helsel
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Judith Elaine Kiblinger
Wayne Eugene Laughman
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lcla Rufh Davidson
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Kaye Luise Krall?
Clarence Jean Rader Ruth Ellen Lightle Kenneth Sinclair Ray
Theodore Alvin Schuler Lucy Joan McNler
Jerry Lee Smith Behy Zane Meek John Edward Stewart
Phyllis Jeanne Miller
Betty Jean Murphy Jerry Kenneih Warren
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Paul Scoti Wells
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Janice Joann Sherman
Susan Darlene Shoemaker
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ELIZABETH BATES Llblby
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WAYNE BEENER Beanie
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BETH COY Bertha ou
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KAY DILLAHUNT Katie
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JOE DOMER Gizmo
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DARLENE EVILSIZOR Dean
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JUDITH KIBLINGER Judy
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WAYNE LAUGHMAN Ducky
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KENT McCLENEN Professor
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ELAINE KITCHEN Lalney
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RUTH LIGHTLE Ruthie
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Gene Pencnl presudent Mr Ralph Hull advxsor Jeanme McFarland vrce presudent Elols Berner treasurer
Barbara Stevens secretary
As the students entered their lunror year many long awaited actlvltles faced them Com
mlttees were assigned to duties such as decldmg on class rrngs ways of malcmg money
the prom and the class play Sizes and styles were dlscussed and after orders were
made the lunrors received their rings rn February A bake sale selling school pens and
stationary a Sadre Hawkrns Dance coat check at basketball games and sellmg con
cesslons during baseball season were protects scheduled to boost the treasury The
Class Play Perfect ldlot was held on March 21 and the Prom last of the rumor actlvrtues
was held May 9 Junior advisors were Mr Hlll and Mr Arnold Now the year IS only
memorres to be carrred wfth them as they face the brggest year the-nr sensor year
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ROW 3 Roger Blakely Richard Blakely Chuck Brown Dave Dresher ROW I Eddie Andrus Michel Burnet? Sandy Creager
Cheafwood Eddne Chalfleld Lee Burcham Scott Barley Russell Joan Carr Beverly Bofkm Janxce Bangarf Elors Berner Jomce
Dlckerson ROW 2 Evelyn Bradley Judy Davls Lmda Dnvens Barnhor? Rosemary Boyd
David Crlcle .hm Cllppmger Terry Algren Roger Carlyle Alan
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Alice Hackman treasurer Nicia Egger secretary Terry Scott president Fred Swan vice president M
Harold Griest advisor
charge of selling schedule pencils an activity in former years assigned to freshmen They
also sold Christmas Candy and brought in sales tax Mr Griest and Miss Krueger were
advisors to the sophomores
Although the perky sophomores have been on the bottom rung of the ladder for two
years they are eagerly awaiting the arrival of underclassmen to whom they can feel
superior Now they anticipate a full lunior year
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Since the freshmen remained at the Junior High School the sophomores were again in
Class of 1960
ROW 4 Lynn Demmy Doug Duer David Freese Jay Evans Darrell Vivian Eidemlller Sheila Bickle Deanna Easlerling Belly Circle Rulh
Don Albert Marvin Flory Winston Ervin Steve Breeze Jim Frantz ROW l Joyce Dick Judy Brown Joy Domer Jean Bonham Eileen
Don Andrus Gary Jenkins Joyce Brilcher Joyce Collrell ROW 2 Culhce Edlfh Fnzzell Doris Gruse Sue Kay Baufh Dixie Cummings
Foster, Jerry Clark, Gary Grimm, Jim Adams, Tom Bilbrey. ROW 3: Cornell, Bonila Dill, Renefa Click, Billie Burkepile, Nicia Egger.
Junior High Teachers
Guidance and help to siudenis were given by Junior High Teachers
besides Their regular classroom duties this past year.
STANDING: Don Simpkins, Herberi
Luiz, Ronald Fredrick, Margaret Riley. I
SEATED: Alma Pryor, Mary Sedoris,
STANDING: Newt Oliver, Leonard Palmer
Charles Leach, Harold Sieele, principal,
Josephine Chizmar, Margii Heskeit.
ROW 3 Barbara Errett linda Caplinger Monte Zmn Carol Smith Sharon Kauffman Beverly Hinlcle Larry Taylor David
Cheatwood Janet Group Lindo Oyler Betty Downmg Mike Bowermeister Beverly Pencil ROWI Patricia Watterson Verna
Bryson Bill Slough Lee Harvey Philip Steele Mike Riley lee Grauman Mary Watterson Rozanne Ervin Roselyn Greist
ROW 2 Grace Ann Chizmar Sue Eipper Karen Keefer Marilyn Connie Hoover Nancy Slullings
Playing at Baccalaureate and Commencement were important protects
for the orchestra this past year They also attended the County Music
Festival and performed at the Senior Class Play Other activities in
which they participated were the Dance Recital School Christmas
program Fall Music Festival and a PTA meeting
Participation in a PTA meeting and the Junior High All County Music
Festival were proiects of the .lunior High Band under the direction of
Mr. Osborne. Part ot the bands membership has been active in the
Senior High Band.
ROW 3: Karen Keefer, Nancy Eipper, Jeannie Wells, Allen Grieser, Robert Van Siclin, David Bowermeister. ROW it Nancy
Baker, John Katifenbarger. ROW 2: Vickie Oyler, Janice Smith, Skillings, Rozanne Ervin, Roselyn Greist, Marilyn Smith, Sharon
Connie Hoover, Norman Moore, Ronnie Weese, Virginia Duer, Kauffman, Jack Bowen, Carolyn Dyke, Jane Pencil.
Linda Oyler, Larry Taylor, Beverly Hinkle, Susie Downing, Steve
Besides its part in the Music Festival on November l2, the choir under the
direction ot Mrs. Sedoris made numerous other appearances. They participated
in the school Christmas Program, sang in the Donnelscreelc Church, at PTA,
Athletic Banquet, and took part in the Junior High County Music Festival.
Accompanist, Marilyn Smith and Sharon Kauffman. Mrs. Se-
doris, Mixed Chorus instructor, Beverly Hinkle. SEATED ON
FLOOR is the sextet: Linda Caplinger, Joyce Caplinger, Sharon
Bull, Patti Wallingsford, Joanne Rader, Janet Group. ROW l,
seated: Sally Clark, Marcia Smith, Doug Shatter, Judy Parker,
Roselyn Griest, Bob Maxson, Bill Krafft, Karen Keefer, Vonda
Group, Kirs Mast, Judi Welsheimer, Carol Cheatwood. ROW 2:
Janet FyHe, Mary Lou Pfeifer, Linda Oyler, Nancy Trego, Joan
Noflsinger, Sara KraHt, Barbara Lewis, David Bowermeister
Susie Hoberty, Barbara Smith, Joan Page. ROW 3: Corinne
Pryor, Sharon Patton, Barbara Errett, Claire Metzger, Connie
Blevins, Karen Kuhlwein, Joyce Schuler, Barbara Lorton, Nancy
Skillings, ROW 4, standing: Jean Wells, Karen Skillings, Jim
Haughey, Mike Bryson, David Lake, Monte Zinn, Steve Wert,
Larry Duer, Bill Slough, Leonard Murphy, Robert Van Siclen,
Charles Van Siclen, Marian Tuvell, larry Davidson, Grace Chiz-
mar, Larry Taylor, Sue Eipper, Mary Watterson, Richard Kaffen-
barger, Gary McGilIivray.
Asa Rust manager SEATED Sieve Weri Harry Trego Dale Sheets Steve Garlough Larry Meek Merle
STANDING William Kraffl William Clark Mike Wolf .lack Morris Norman McGregor Larry Demmy
manager SEATED George Keller Richard Leonard Vernon Alexander Bully Slough Richard Ayres Larry
Taylor Dan Schuler
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STANDING: David Shaffer, manager, Steve Grieser, Don Baldwin, Larry Finch, Bob Warren, Gerald Redor,
Members of the football team coached by Mr Leach were seen throwing passes kuck
Ing balls and runnung down the field every evenung the weather permutted throughout
the season The football squad was defeated only twice with four wins and one tue
during the football season
Ruchendollar Larry Meek Larry Funch Ed Rader Bruce Lehman Robert Parker George Keller Jummy Brucher Gary Fenton
Warren Muller Garth Jones Junuor Rufe Eddue Watson Noah Butch Blevuns Steve Wert Larry Duer Larry Gundolf Keuth
Struckland Duck Smith Steve Garlough James Vmce Roger Buckle Richard Bough Harry Elluott Muke Hunkle Dan Schuler
Wood Harry Trego Bully Clark Steve Fueld Muke Wolf Bob Paul Metzger Vernon Alexander Duke Rufe
Warren Melvun Rowell Jerry Rector Donald Baldwun Dale
The luttle Warrior varsity basketball team coached by Mr Lutz won four decuslons and
lost seven while the reserve won two and lost eught The reserve was coached by Mr
Baseball and Track teams were un the process of being organized when this portuon of
the book went to press
ROW 2: Mr. Leach, Steve Grieser, Bob Linder, Ricky Baily, Mike Sheets. ROW l: Sonny Dingledine, Merle Baker, David Lake,
ROW 4 Jack Bonham Jay Free Jeannette Gallagher Jane? cham Sharon Bull Bull Calllson Conme Blevins Judy Berner
Fyffe Rebecca Freese Judy Fssher Sfeve Fnelds ROW 3 Sandra Roger Beck David Bare ROW l Merle Baker Allen Baker
Bailey Kennelh Dmgledlne Carol Donneley Joe Davxs Mary Donald Baldwm Rlcky Bauley Lmda Armenfroui Tru Algren Ray
Lou Circle Ann Channell Joyce Capllnger ROW 2 Patty Bur Adkins
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ROW 4: Robert Nehr, Richard Waugh, Richard Clingan, Jim
Jones, Theodore Hawke, Peter Petry, ROW 3: Wayne Mumper,
Sandra Johnson, Shirley Wilson, Melvin Lettel, Ruth Knight, Jean
Bettis. ROW 2: Margaret Feathers, Frances Lough, Patricia Lind-
ROW 4: Victor Wagle, Harry Elliott, Jim Kaffenbarger, Ronald
Weese Mike Hinkle, Keith Bickle, Tom Burley, John Kaflen-
barger. ROW 3: Karolyn Bowers, Nancy Eipper, Vonda Witwer,
Ruth Steele, Sue Brown, Robert Hackman, David Young. ROW 2:
Ann Savage, Phyllis Stamper, Marilyn Bowers, Jeanine Laugh-
ner, Shirley lease, Donald Chance, Bernie Deaton, Sandy
Funderburg. ROW l: Thomas Sherman, Judy Dunn, Sue East-
gate, Noma Clippinger, Terrance Dillon, Wilma Hise.
man, Paulette Stone, Deanne Moore, Isa Mae Click. ROW l
Martha Martin, Lorna Gundolf, Sondra Fisher, Carolyn Dyke,
Virginia Hacker, Richard Leonard, Jack Bowen, Robert Foster
ROW 4: Robert Parker, Gary Bayes, Donald West, Larry Guthrie,
Jack Morris, Billy Fuller. ROW 3: Floyd Cottrell, Rozanne Ervin,
Harriet Weikert, Ruth Ann Crabtree, Barbara Kohler, Kathleen
Skillings, Martha Lawless, Jo Ellen Pritchard. ROW 2: Richard
ROW 4: William Kraftt, Carol Johnson, Beverly Hinkle, linda
Lightle, Janice Smith, Charles Van Siclen, David Bowermeister.
ROW 3: Shirley Stevens, Ann Goode, Carol Keefer, Melanie
Shaffer, Sharon Shoemaker, Judy Heilman, Shirley King, Gloria
Martin, ROW 2: Pamela Zinn, Bonnie Smith, Betty Sue Downing,
Baugh, Patricia Watterson, Toby Toland, Betty Chatfield, Karen
Wert, Frances Ingold, Marvin Metzger, Larry Baker. ROW l:
Kenneth Brown, Roger Pfeiffer, Philip Steele, Virginia Duer, Emily
Skillings, Paul Metzger, Dan Schuler, Richard Blevins.
Rebecca Payne, Corrine Hoover, Connie Schemel, Karen Sharp.
ROW lr Frank Funderburg, Larry Demmy, George Keller, Jane
Dresher, Sheridan Hottman, Dan HUPP, Doug Shatter, James
Britcher, David Linkinhoker.
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CLICK CAMERA SHOP, Inc
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Finest in Photographic Equipment
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Park and Southern Village Stores
Open Daily 12 to 9 Everv Night
All 3 Stores Open Mondaws
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SALES SERVICE PARTS
The Buslesi Place In Town
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437 W. McCreight Ave.
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W. G. DOWNING - F. G. DOWNINC
THE CLARK COUNTY
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1701 W. Main St. Springfield
DAILY HOG MARKET
CLARK CQUNTY COMPLIMENTS OF
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1820 Columbus Ave.
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ICE CREAM - SODA FOUNTAIN
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ICE CREAM SELF SERVICE
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Fire Life Auto Hospitallzation
Health 81 Accident
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SHOES CLOTHING PAINT
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Open 6 Daxs .1 Week
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Lockers Fresh Meats Croceues
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Law n Grasses 81 MIXLUFCS
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FEDERAL SAVINGS 8.
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Paints Wallpaper Class
Hobbies Model Railroad Supplies
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FEED FERTILIZER SPRAYS
BABY CHICKS SANITATION
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