Perry High School - Clock Yearbook (Massillon, OH)
- Class of 1959
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The freshmen met the faculty, joined some-or-
ganizations, witnessed and participated in some
The sophomores bubbling with enthusiasm led
the wide eyed freshmen to new levels ot club
activities with upperclassmen
The lunlors lust like the bulldlng showed signs
of taking form Errors in the construction of the
bulldlnq and the student were corrected
The building and the seniors showed signs of
being completed Both took a definite form but
stall neither were completed
A building like a student ts not completed until
actuvltles occur To make a student well rounded
activities must become a part ot his academuc
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A prlnclpal IS a man of many personalities He must
b tnrst of all a frlend to all of hrs students and
faculty He us a lnanson between parents and l
lndnvnduals who come unto contact wlth the school He
must be a dnscnplunarlan one of the most dlftucult
tasks ot an educator He IS a man of wtsdom full of
sage counsel to those who seek nt At tlmes a prln
cpal must be a Houdlnu performung maglc to
satlsty the whums ot those who seek his advnce But
most of all a pruncupal IS a human being a pount
that as all too often overlooked by many who do not
know the real mdlvldual
Perry Hughs prlnclpal Robert E Flanders IS such a
man and hes been IH the education fneld for thlrteen
years Mr Flanders IS a graduate of Kent State Un:
versity from whlch he holds both a masters and bache
lor s degree
Mr Flanders gnves advuce to Martha Ake and Jeff Greenfelder There are also tlmes when Mr Flanders relaxes and becomes a
,Mn Paul Z Pfeifcr
Besides being a liaison between all the 130
members of the teaching faculty and the
Perry Local Board of Education, Executive
Head Paul F. Pfeiffer has the tremendous
responsibility of seeing that the S837,000
operating fund for the past school year was
wisely spent. Every purchase, whether it
was for textbooks or school furniture came
under his close scrutiny. For any adminis-
trator with less experience, it would have
been a painful and tedious job, but with
Mr. Pfeiffer's i9 years in the education field,
the iob was done with ease.
PAUL F. PFEIFFER
Mr. Pfeiffer, with Lou Clauss, inspects one of the
many pieces of equipment which is necessary to
operate a school.
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FRANK MULVANEY BA MA
Waynesburg College West Vlrgln a Unlversrty
Asslstant Prunclpal World History
JEANNE ARMITAGE BS MS
Kent Unlverslty of Colorado
Sensor Health Physlcal Educatlon
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Murray State, Bowling Green, Kentucky
Columbia, New York
Shorthand, Typing, Office Practice
Joi-IN CAMPBELL, B.S. O,
Ohio University V!
MADELINE CAMPBELL, M.A., B.A.
Muskingum, Ohio State, Ohio Univ rsity
Latin 9 Y-Q I
RICHARD CASSL R, B.S.
MARJORIE DURST, B.S. in Ed.
Plane Geometry, Algebra, General Math
JANET EDEL, B.S.H.E.
West Virginia University
JOHN EDEL, B.S. in Ed. M"
West Virginia University
Physics, Math ul
ROBERT GOOD, B.S., B.A.
Ohio State, Kent State
Government, Sociology, American History
ANNA LOU GROTTENDICK, A.B.
Fairmont State College
HARRY HALL, B.A.
Social Studies, Audio-Visu
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Economics, American History
WILLIAM IAMS, B.M.
Cleveland Institute of Music
FRANK JOHNSTON, B.A.
English IV, Business English, Business Law
MARY GRACE KOSKY, A.B.
Fairmont State College
RALPH LEWIS, B.S., M.A.
Waynesburg College, West Virginia University
PAT MATTACHIONE, B.A., B.S.
BERNARD McDONALD, B.S.
Kent State University
EVELYN MCNUTT, B.S.
Ohio State, Kent State University
FRANCES MlLLER, B.S.
GEORGE MOLDOVAN, B.A., M.A.
Bowling Green, Ohio State
DONALD MYERS, B.A.
OMAR PEREZ, A.B., A.M.
Ohio University, University Nebraska
ANTHONY PITOCCO, B.S.
Clarion State Teachers College
General Science, English
JANICE RAGON, A.B.
ALICE JANE SMITH, B.A.
EUGENE SPONSELLER, B.S., M.Ed.
Kent, Akron University
World History, Guidance
NICK TSANGEOS, B.S.
Eastern Kentucky State College
JERRY WAMPFLER, B.S.
Health, Physical Education
DORIS WOOD, B.S., M.Ed.
Kent State University
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Dororha Thorn, Katherine Bethune, Veronica Nisf, Ruth Dorothy Gaines, Roy Greenshield, Lou Clauss, Ray Collins
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Tim Heckarnan, Patricia Hoffee, SlTTlNG: Robbie Hoffman, Judy Handschumacl'-ner, Darlene Hill, Jim Hill, Sue Halter.
FRONT: Bob Hurnmell, Bruce Johnson, Tiglwe Horless, Gary Jones, Frank Hague, Patrick Jones. BACK: Sandy Jialanella, Diane Isbell,
Brenda Hulbert, Barbara Howard, Donna Kable, Barbara Jones, Marcella Hupp, Carolyn lrvvin, Sandra Howell.
SITTING: Leann Karrenbaur, Judy Karcher, Ronnie Knopp, Bob Kepple, Joey Kostelink, Sandy Kinney, Wanda Keever STANDING
David Kaufman, Eileen Kienzle, Eleanor Kierizle, Kathy Kraft, Beatrice Kerr, Barbara Kline, Donna Kope, Carol Kelch
Bottom, STANDING: Peggy Kropf, Melinda Macarie, Kathie Ledger, Robb Kull, Frank Mascitti, Larry Lippel, Janet McClintock, Linda
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Barbara Slates, Beverly Snyder, Ruth Ann Sieber, Susan Smead, Gwen Stark, Dennis Stevens, Gary Snyder, Charlene Slaba.
STOOPING: Edward Tartaglio, Bill Taylor, David Visinger, Richard Thomas, Dave Syler, Don Turner. STANDING: Becky Thomas,
Linda Tanner, Sandy Vincent, Patty Townsend, Jack Tucker, Jerry Upclegraff, Terry Thomas, Harold Taylor, Barbara Varn, Lois
Tilton, Phyllis Tanley.
SITTING: Gary Wilson, James Ward, Philip White, Jack Yoho, Richard Wenzel, STANDING: Janice Williams, Carol Wilson, Carol Wade
Elaine Walter, Karen Wright, Veda Wiggins, George Zalbo, Kitty Jo Wells, Patricia Weekley, Carol Yant, Barbara Wolford, Jim Wheeler
Pictured below is one of Perry's slwop areas which the freshmen lnad classes in for the first time this year.
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VERTICAL: Barbara Jones, Donna Jane Remalia, Myrt Peebles, and Connie Noble grab for a recordp Buzzy Lappin and Barbara Jones pose sweetlyg Jim Syler
swings, Sherry Bradley laughsp Gary Jones and Russ Poth are buddies: Sandy Jialanella and Bob Myers are sweefhearlsy Jim Bednar smilesf Larry
Lippel and Janet McClin1ock dance at the "Ball", Dan Frenz and George Zablo have a good laugh: Donna Jane Remalia cuddles her bunny.
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ABOVE FIRST ROW Bob Kepple Robbuc Hoffman Tum McCoy Dan Frenz Davud Essug SECOND ROW Coach Bemard
McDonald Phul Whute Duck Nelson Tughe Hurless Joe Puatt Jum Sabun Jerry Lape
ABOVE FIRST ROW Dan Frenz, Jum Sabun, Tum Muller, Duck Palmer, Robbue Hoffman, Don Tumer SECOND ROW
Coach Don Meyers, Bob Edwards, Eddue Nelson, Terry Heacock, Phul Whure, Larry Luppel, Jack Ruce, Je ry Lape, Coach
Robert Good THIRD ROW Jurgen Domunuk, Duck Hahn, Joe Puatt, Duck Nelson, Tughe Hurless, Jerry Updegraff, Buzzy
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KNEELING, left fo righh Gary Nist, Bob Phillips, Ron Kaylor. STANDING, left to right: Ray Lazor, Chuck McWilIlams, John Hagan, Gary Wltchy, Jack
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FIRST ROW Paula Foster Kent Harblson Paul Chrnstenson Joan Bell Dennls Austln Charlene Slaba Joe Kostenllck SECOND ROW Bob bteven
son Bull Moore Janrce Wzlluams Melnnda Macarue Gary Nentzel Bonnie Byers Wayne Ratcllff Leslle Boehm Mr Beech advlser THIRD ROW
Tom Cadwell Jerry Aney Robert Prlce Ned Brown Larry Lnpple Dlck Nelson Jlm Wheeler Mike McCoy Dave Syler Mark A Carson
The purpose of the Science Club IS to benetlt those students who wlsh to Investigate some sclentltlc matter which
us beyond classroom actlvuty
Varlous experuments are performed and numerous actuvltues take place The group took a held trlp to Mount
Union Observatory A few members built a slmple telescope
Membershup In the Scnence Club which ns advised by Mr John Beach as open to all freshman scnence students
The l957l958 officers were Joe Wrlght president Dave Coates vice president Thaya Kuhn secretary Jim
Franklln treasurer and Bruce Fertal sergeantatarms
Ottlcers durnng the past year were Paul Chrlstenson presudent Linda Macarle vice presldent Paula Foster
secretary Joan Bell treasurer
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SOPHOMORES-left to right: Christie Pioch attempts to study. Thaya Kuhn at the annual "Masquerade Ball." Playing the role of desperados are Jerry
Updegraff and Ron Sense. Elaine McAdams and Terry Terrett have another evening of fun at one of their classmates' homes. Horsing around are
John Hagan and Dave Hoffman. Phyllis Sees poses at the Masquerade Ball. Diane Vahila and Elaine McAdams during their grade school days. Beth
Stunz and Barbara Edwards pose at the high school roller skating party sponsored by the sophomore class. Carol Rosa enjoys a bright summer clay dur-
ing vacation. little Ron Kaylor during grade school.
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BELOW A Future Homemaker Paula McFadden lends a
LEFT: Three library assistants are given instructions by Miss Ragon,
school librarian. Assistants are Bernadine Fimmicum, Donna Pflug,
and Barbara Gallagher.
RIGHT The officers of the Junior Senior TrtHlY demonstrate their
selling techniques on at teacher Mr George Moldovan Pictured
are president Nancy Kinney treasurer Cindy Lappin and sec
retary Judy Johnson
helping hand to Barbara Warren as she puts the finishing
touches on her clraperies
RIGHT Joe Burgess and Mark Hross prepare to
film in class to correlate with the topic of study
FIRST ROW Sandy Heaton Ltnda Frugley Judy Roblsh Carol Lnber SECOND ROW Duane Lloyd Mr Moldovan advuser Phyllts Bowling Frank
Masclttl Tom Lapp Fred Yohe Howard Parks Duane Murphy Sharon Roth
Membershlp In the Art Club ns open to students who enloy doing art work Members get together to work on
protects whuch they could not accomplish rn an art class Students are also nnvnted who do not have the time durnng
the day to take an art class
In order to ranse money, one of the functions of the club IS to make posters for school and other organtzatuons
At the end of the year the money IS used for the members of the club to take a trap to some place of art Interest,
such as an art museum The money rs also used If the club has a speaker or uses a movie at one of tts meetungs
The offncers of the Art Club are as follows Tom Lapp, presndent, Sharon Roth, secretary treasurer, and Judy
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To be a member of the Boys Leaders Club a student must have an average academsc record leadershlp qual
ltles and fair athletic ablllty He must also be able to work well wnth the participants IH has gym class thus making
It easler for htm to teach the students how to do many things to the best of their ablllty
It IS the oblectlve of every member of the Boys Leaders to teach each student In hls gym class to do all gym
nastlc tasks to a reasonable extent and to gulde hrm nn developnng has body as near to perfectlon as possible
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The Perry Hlgh Chess Club was formed In 1957 wlth Mr John Edel as faculty aolvrser Meet: were held
weekly and some of the dufferent chess strategres were explavned bythe advnser
The club had matches with Lrncoln and McKinley Hugh Schools and an Inter school tournament was held at Perry
ln T958 the club met agarn with Mr Edel as advnser Officers were elected and another unter school tournament
started The l958 officers were presrdent Jon Valasek vice president Jeff Tollrn secretary treasurer Ed Badenell
reporter Don Splrttorf
The club had TO matches wrth other schools olunng the past year
Edel advrser Joe Dvorovy Don Splrttorf
FIRST ROW Carol Lnber Delma Wagner Paula McFadden Ann Rodgers
Judy Carpenter Karen
Wurzbacker Donna Ervvrn SECOND ROW Mrss
Grottendrck advrser Brllre Lowe Barbara Beswlck Mary Archer Starr Breckenrldge Lrnda Retgle Ruth Roblsh Mrs Evelyn McNutt advuser
THIRD ROW Sharon Roth Judy Kozrnskr Carol Reed Barbara Farfel Marybeth Moock Susan Schrady Sandy Vlncent Sharlene Schroeder Judy
Jones FOURTH ROW Wlnnue Moorehead Waneta Wrtght Brenda Wn t Brenda Kuhn Sandy Baxter Dottte Webber Judy DeCamp Barbara War
ren Gaul Gussett Mary Ann Fryer
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The Future Homemakers of Amerlca Club IS cleslgned to prepare nts members to be better adlusted and more
efflclently ready for their future lives as homemakers Tlmesavlng steps In cooknng, uses of a budget, and beauty
taps are taught
The club was started three years ago, under the supervrsuon of Mrs Martha Colver The offrcers at the tame were
Judy De Camp, presldent, Ruth Thompson, vlce presldent, Starr Breckenridge, treasurer, and Sandy Baxter, reporter
The advuser for the T957 T958 year vvas Mrs Evelyn McNutt, and the offtcers were Starr Breckenrudge, treas
urer, and Sandy Baxter, reporter
The T958 T959 offrcers were Ann Rodgers, presrdent, Starr Breckenrldge, vnce president, Bnllle Lowe, secretary,
Judy Carpenter, treasurer, and Sandy Baxter, reporter
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FIRST ROW Ronald Edras Jack Tucker .lack Race Mark Hross Larry Lapell Joe Paatt Ron Wagner Rodney Hennang SECOND ROW Mr Waant
advaser Ed Marlatte Jam Syler Bob Reynolds John Venaska Bob Sorensen Make Gue Ron Schar Gary Walker THIRD ROW Buzzy Lappan Gary
Nast Ball Roland Jon Sample Steve Galle Jerry Caan Wayne Lenhart Bruce Scott Joe Dvorary Jack Kull FOURTH ROW Taghe Hurless
Bucky Sheub Earl Claypool Wade Blank Chuck Kuntzman Larry Arbuckle Jon Valesak Tom Reed Jerry Updegraph
The Ha Y Club as a branch of The Y M C A , and as basacally a servace club Varaous prolects durang The year ancluded
takang chaldren of The Faarmount Chaldrens Home for a Saturday and entertaanang them The club also has an an
tramural basketball Team whach played other local clubs at The CantonYMCA
19581959 oFfacers of The club were John Muster presadent Ran Rasalata vace presadent, Dave Lazor, secretary
Ron Sense Treasurer Steve Wase chaplaan
In the Freshman Sophomore davasaon of the club the oftacers were Gary Watschy presadent, Kent Harb:
FRONT ROW Kent Harbason Bob Kepple Dave Kaaser Jam Franklan Steve Wase Robbae Hoffman Jerry Lake Dave Essag SECOND ROVV Mr
Good advaser Don Splattorf Joe Wraght Chuck Lallathan Roy Phallaps Maraon DeAngelas Dack Palmer Eddae Nelson Jam Hammery THIRD ROW
Tom Handerer Jack Brannan Tom Caldwell Rob Kull Dave Dutton Ed Harter Dack Kepple Jam McKanney Jam Manderane Terry Frenz FOURTH
ROW Jack McKanney Bob Hummell Dave Kaufman Terry Heacock John Preusser Dave Maller Paul Addessa John Muster Gary Watscwy
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FIRST ROW Melunda Barnes Tammy Muster Eduth Randels Mary Beth Moock Nancy Mottuce SECOND ROW Muss Armutage advuser Evelyn
Eyster Abbue Hoffman Sandy Reuter Shelva Kunsunger THIRD ROW Judy Colluns Peg Zummer Sandy Kohl Shurley Matheson Sandy Delap
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Perry Hugh s Gurls Leaders Club was organuzed durung the l957 58 school term under the durectuon of Muss Jeanne
The maun purpose of the club us to guve assustance to Nluss Armutage wuth the gurls gym classes
Tryouts tor membershup are held each year on the basus ot leadershup gymnastuc abuluty personaluty and scholar
shup Sophomore uunuor and senuor gurls are eluguble for membershup un the club
Actuvutues other than helpung wuth gym classes unclude play days sports days swummung and varuous competu
tuve sports The gurls also referee organuzed games and supervuse untormal sports actuvutues
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FIRST ROW Bob Ludwug Jack Brannan Tom Oyster Terry Frenz Ed Cerwunsky Duck Bachtel SECOND ROW Mr Hall advuser Bull Crone Joe
Wrught Al Neufert Jack McKunney Harry Jones Jum Muller Joe Becker Earl Smuth Walter Kropf THIRD ROW John Muster Kerm Kempf
Duck Funk Jum McKunney Dan Rusalutu Jum Jones Jeff Tollun Jum Syler Mark Hross Gary Wutschy Paul Adessu Joe Burgess
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The purpose of the Prouectuonust Club us to gaun and advance udeas un better Auduo Vusual prouectuon and to aud
the school and communuty groups un any of theur programs where auduo vusual work us requured
The actuvutues of thus club unclude vvorkung wuth all stage productuons assembly programs pep rallues and operatung
lughts and the publuc address system The club also shows fulms for communuty groups PTA groups and servuce
clubs Another servuce of the prouectuonusts was the provusuon of dusc uockeys at Perry and grade school dances
Mr Harry Hall advuses the club The 1957 58 presuderut was John Muster Jum Jones took over the presudency un
1958 59 Jum Muller was the program chaurman un l958 59
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FIRST ROW Helen Burgess Sandra Ury Carol Reed Elolse Sees Connle Huff Sandra Kinney Chrnstle Pzoch Dlan Radtke SECOND ROW
Gary Klohs Starr Breckenridge Marlene Tolbert Pat Crltzon Dtane Rosa Barbara Varn Suzette Rockenbauch Joe Wrnght Miss Smnth adviser
THIRD ROW Pat Wnlley Bev Watson Dlana Lloyd Cathy Olden Barbara McBeth Barbara Evans Eleanor Mocher Judy Rowley Donna Pflug
Phyllls Sees FOURTH ROW Bruce Fertal Linda Wallace Judy DeCamp Dranne Vahlla Ron Wagner Walter Wagner John Muster Earl Smlth
The Stagellghter Club ns a group composed of students who are Interested In speech debate dramatlcs and
behnnd the scenes stage work The pnnclpal asm of the club was presentation of a play called Our Town Linda
Wallace was president of the Stagellghters and Jerry Cam was the debate chalrman
Durnng the past year the Radio Broadcastsng Club merged with the Stagelrghters snnce both organlzatlons had
slmrlar purposes The officers of the 1958 59 Radlo Broadcasting dnvnsuon were Duane Rosa presldent Jeff Tollnn
vvce presndent and Dee Anne Gordon secretary Bev Watson serves as treasurer of both clubs
The 1957 58 offlcers were John Muster president Jon Sample vlce presldent Nancy Kinney, secretary and
Cindy Lappun treasurer The 1956 57 officers were Ryllls Rohrer presrdent Nancy Kinney vlce president Judy
Hartwick secretary and Julie Haley treasurer
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FIRST ROW Pat Carter Helen Burgess Paula Foster Shtrley Roblnson Dzane Risk Sandy Howell Carol Schar Patty Newell SECOND ROW
Mass Wood Mrs Edel Sue Delap Duane Isabell Janet McClintock Carol Wllson Cathy Reynolds Sandy Klnney Sherry Bradley Glenna Norris
Lunda Sonhalter Lynne Ecrement Mrs Durst THIRD ROW Karen Harn Carol Kelch Karen Wurtzenbacker Nancy Whute Cheryl Blackburn Carol
Llttle Nancy Hall Barbara McNutt Barbara Edwards Joan Bell Charlene Slaba Donna Jean Ramalua FOURTH ROW Judy Harmon Beth Foltz
Patty McGllnchey Barbara Warren Cathy Kraft Linda Hannan Kathy Ledger Karen Ftsher Donna Pflug Rosalel Mosler Karen Hersey Carol Rosa
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The anrns of the Trl Hu Y are to create manntatn and extend hrgh standards of Chrustnan llvnng
Actrvntnes nnclude the use of Y tacnlutues, an annual banquet Induction service and usually an educatxon trap
The T956 57 offncers were Paula Foster presldent, Sandy Howell vsce president Lynne Ecrement secretary
treasurer Sally Clauss chaplatn and Sandy Kinney reporter
The l958 59 ottrcers were Nancy Hall prestdent Paula Foster vice president Carol Kelch secretary Linda Sonn
halter treasurer Kathy Straw chaplain and Helen Burgess reporter
The advnsers tor the club were Mrs Janet Edel Mass Dons Wood, and Mrs Marlorue Durst
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ROW Mrs Kosky advlser Ruth Ann Bunton Carole McCurdy Marulyn Bryan Lrnda Vlertel Sylvia Crltzon Beth Hewer Lrnda Colllns Martha
Ake Polly Muller Mrs McNutt advnser THIRD ROW Jo Ann Preston Joyce Thompson Marla Blackburn Bull: Lowe Vncku Grlsby Connle Huff
Sharlene Shroeder Dxane Radtke Judy Hartwnck Jane Kracker Candy Trace Margene Pztts FOURTH ROW Duane Rosa Eleanor Mocher Judy Row
ley Lnncla Hoover Peg Prckerung Sandy Delap Carol Diss Jo Ann Uhose Shelva Kunsunger Dee Anne Gorden Clndy Lappun FIFTH ROW Julie
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The JunuorSen1or Trl HIY us a servlce organnzatuon and rs sponsored by the Town and Country branch of the
YMCA un Canton The purpose rs to create rnauntann and extend throughout the home school and cornmunuty
hugh standards ofChr1stnan character
Mrs Mary Grace Kosky and Mrs Doris Rudy advused the club durnng the flrst year Mrs Kosky took on the ad
vnsershup the second year and during the 1958 59 year she co advised vvuth Mrs Evelyn McNutt
The Tru HIY was organnzed In 1956 wnth the followung gurls servlng as offucers Cindy Lappnn presldent Joyce
Thompson vlce presldent Carol Dnce secretary Sue Vance treasurer Barbara Thaxton chaplaln and Daane Rosa
The followlng year the president was Nancy Klnney vlce president Cnndy Lappsn secretary Dee Anne Gordon
treasurer Jo Ann Preston chaplann Shelva Kunsunger and Vlrglnua Rala hnstorman
Thas years officers were Nancy Klnney presudent Vurgunla Rula vnce presudent Judy Johnson secretary Cnndy
Lappun treasurer Marla Blackburn chaplarn and Julle Haley hnstornan
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FIRST ROW Carol Bryan Maryann Stanley Marlene PolIng CDVISTIS PIoch Nancy Spangler Nancy Fowler Nancy MOTTICB Thaya Kuhn SECOND
ROW MIss JanIce Ragon Barbara WIlson Barbara Gallagher Carol Kracker Patsy KeIster Donna Pflug ElIzabeth WInkleman Sxeghnde Garbe
Bernadme FInnIcum THIRD ROW Judy RobIsh PhyllIs Sees Bernette Burch ElaIne McAdams Cheryl Blackburn James FranklIn Martlyn Bryan
Eleanor Mocher LInda VIertel FOURTH ROW Carol DIce James Bonsky Joe Becker Carol Rosa Roy PhIllIps RIchard DIck Joan Steenrocl Peggy
Verdel Gary Klohs
The Bookends the IIbrary club IS composed of pupIls who are SSVVIHQ as assIstants IH the lIbrary TheIr chIef
purpose IS the Improvement of the school lIbrary Itself They try to QIVG the student body and faculty excellent
SSFVICG The Bookends also want to arouse further enthusIasm for books and readIng and to encourage Interest In
the lIbrary professIon Each year they plan to have a faculty tea ChrIstmas party assembly for the school, and end
ofthe year party The outstandmg event lS a trIp to VISIT another larger lIbrary
The OTFICSFS are Carol Kracker presIdent LInda VIertel VICE presIdent Carol DIce secretary and JIm Hanshu
macher treasurer These OTTICGFS were elected last year and contInued to have offIce THIS year because the club was
not orgamzed untII February when the new lIbrary was opened MISS JanIce Ragon, the lIbrarIan, IS the sponsor
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FIRST ROW Leann Karrenbauer Sandy Ury Mary Ann Stanley Marlene Pollng Edlth Randels Barbara Bowen Patrrcna Hoffe Duane lsabel
SECOND ROW Mr Burns advlser Kay Garber Patsy Kelster Peggy Renner Susie Smead Edwrna Nesbxtt Bernadme Fmnlcum Pat LeMasters
Slegllnde Garbe Wanda Flnnrcum THIRD ROW Thaya Kuhn Connie Huff Barbara McNutt Cheryl Blackburn Sue DeLap Sandy Shrmones
Barbara Gallagher Lxnda Toohey Cathy Buckle Kay LeMasters Jo Ann Uhose FOURTH ROW Starr Breckenrldge Karen Flsher Sue Vance Carole
Kross Carol Rosa Judy Engelmann Marnr Wallace Karen Hershey Terry Terrett Sue Muster Lnnda Hoover
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The purposes of the Future Nurses Club of Perry are to Interest students ID personal and community health
to encourage them ln fundrng out what nursing requnres and what xt offers, to help them decide wzsely about pro
fessnonal or practncal nursing and nts allned fnelds as their career
A few of the actrvntues of the club have Included a sensor student nurse from Aultman Hospltal speaknng to the
club, and varnous doctors who hlghlughted and described their specnflc specialized fields
Offncers for the club are Judy Engelmann presndent Cheryl Blackburn, vice president, Connie Huff, secretary,
Thaya Kuhn, treasurer, Bernadnne Funnucum, hlstonan Mr Robert Burns IS the sponsor
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BRUCE MILLER, Presldemf, DAN R!SALlTI, Vice Presidemg RUTH
ANN BUNTON, Secfeiarg- CVARLENE SELINSKY, Treasurer,
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STANDING Gall Gussett Dana Gasklns Vlckl Grugsby Allen Garn Robert Halter, Denny Haas, Sandy Heaten Steve Galle Wnllne
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Radtke, Edith Randels, Sally Russ, Don Reifsnyder, Ronnie Russ, Art Risher, Earl Richmond, Bruce Robinson, Dan Risaliti,
STANDING: Elouise Sees, Charlene Selinsky, Linda Sieber, Susan Schrady, Errol Schlabach, Don Shoup, Chuck Sherlock, Frank Shimones,
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CLOCKWISE: Judy Kozinski snuggles up to Teddy. Kay Le Masters and Phyllis Sees bop. Judy Rowley looks pretty for the camera.
Barbara Gallagher wade. Ches Watson is the literate one. Jett Greentelder plays like Elvis. Terry Terret models the latest bathing attire.
Mahattey likes her finger, Ann Rogers, Joan Thom and Barb Warren enjoy the "Ball," Enter: Eloise Sees, Carol McCoy, and Sandy
to graduate from the eighth grade.
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Reiter were proud
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RIGHT One of Carolrne Phlllrps darly adrvmes IS opera!
Ing the PBX Machrne
LEFT: Members of student council attend weekly
LEFT Lrnda Sonnhalter Verneda Drarn and Rosalre Mosrer mem
bers of Future Teachers of Amerrca grade papers one of lherr
RIGHT John Muster Vrrgrnra Rrla Ben Prerce and Jam Jones
members of Natronal Honor Socrely tally votes for T958 59 basket
FIRST ROW Nancy Steveson Judy Sample Helen Burgess Melunda Barnes Paula McFadden Nancy Kunney Joyce Thompson Marua Blackburn
SECOND ROW Mr Bowen advuser Ruta Rambacher Cundy Lappun Judy Johnson Nancy Lughtfoot Lunda Wallace Vurgunua Rula Lunda Sonnhalter
John Muster THIRD ROW Duana Lloyd Mary Ann Boyd Kathy Reynolds Nancy Whute Elaune McAdams Donna Pflug Pat Shuvely Duane Rosa
Polly Muller Rosalue Mosuer
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Future Teachers of America struves to promote unterest un teachung as a career by guvung uts members an oppor
tunuty to acquaunt Themselves wuth the teachung protessuon Thus us done by promotung better understandung between
teachers and students and wherever possuble by guvung future teachers some practucal experuence
The FTA pun us worn only by those uunuor and senuor members who have accumulated 200 or more merut
pounts whuch are guven for servuce to the home school and communuty
The 1957 58 offucers for FTA advused by Mrs Jack Bowen were Verneda Draun presudent Joyce Thompson
vuce presudent Polly Muller secretary Judy Johnson treasurer Nancy Lughtfoot lubraruan Marua Blackburn parlua
The 1958 59 offucers are Verneda Draun presudent Joyce Thompson vuce presudent Polly Muller secretary Cun
dy Lappun treasurer Nancy Hall lubraruan Judy Johnson parluamentaruan
A few activities of the club include grading papers, serving as substitute teachers, and selling noon movie passes.
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FIRST ROW Marlon DeAngel1s Steve Wxse Ron Kaylor Jeff Gleenfelder John MusTer Ben Pmerce Stan Macnag Gene Gubbons SECOND ROW
Mr Mulvaney advnser Gary W1Tschy Ron Newell lS1eve Albers Ed Boyce Gary Hannan Ron Sense Wade Blank Mr Bowen advlser THIRD
ROW Gary Thels Dan Rrsalm l Vesley Joe rgess Jnm Jones Wnllre Harnson Bull Roland WalTVnerTel Ron Schar
We Build as The moTTo of The Perry Hugh School Key Club whose oblecTs are To develop leadership and un:
Tnahve To provnde experuence un llvung and workzng Togefher To serve The school and communnTy To cooperaTe
wuTh The school prunclpal and To prepare for useful clflzenshnp
The varlous acTlv1Tles of The Key Club are publishing fooTball programs for The T958 season parking cars aT all
home fooTball games purchase and sale of school book covers sponsoring elecT1on coronahon and homecomrng
dance Tor The football queen donatnon of The Perry Hugh School flag and guvung Chr1sTmas baskeTs To needy fam
shes In The area
Two boys un The club hold sTaTe offnces Ben Pierce ns sTaTe Treasurer and John lVlusTer ns Ile-uTenanT governor of
The l7Th dnsTncT The 195859 club offzcers were STeve Albers presndent Jeff Greenfelder vzce presrdenT John
MusTer secreTary and Marlon DeAngells Treasurer The 195758 officers were Ben Plerce presndenT John NlusTer
vlce presudenT Bull Roland and Joe Dunn Treasurer
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TOP ROW Judy Hartwuck Ryllus Rohrer Judy Rodgers Barbara Gallagher Jo Ann Preston SITTING Carolme Phlllups Lmda Fusher Carol Stude
baker Ruth Ann Bunton
The PBX girls were an efflclent group who handled some of the office work
Among thenr many duties were answering all phone calls taking phone messages and delivering them to the
Also at tlmes when the secretary was busy the grrls handled any people who came unto the office and tried
to solve thelr problems and answer questions
Other PBX students typed tests ran the dupllcatnng machine and took dictation from Mr Flanders
The group was composed of those glrls who were taknng a business course who had an interest In office work
as their vocatlon The grrls received thelr tralnmg from Mrs Omega Cam and Miss Jo Ann Huff
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FIRST ROW: Joyce Thompson, Judy Englemann, Martha Ake, Vernedra
Drain. SECOND ROW: Caroline Phillips, Judy Rowley, Ron Sense, Steve
FIRST ROW: Maria Blackburn, Diane Rosa, Nancy Kinney, Ron Wagner.
SECOND ROW: Sandra Ury, Linda Wallace, Advisor, Mr. Pat Mattachione.
Qui!! and Swv!!
On January 22, i959, eighteen seniors and three
iuniors were inducted into Perry's first chapter of Quill
and Scroll, an international honor society for high
school iournalists. The members were tapped at a
candle light service held in the high school auditorium.
To be eligible for membership, all students must be
in the upper fifth of their class. Only iuniors and
seniors are eligible for induction. One hundred col-
umn inches are the requirements for all newspaper
members. Yearbook members on the editorial staff
are required to have twenty-five hours of Work as a
minimum. Business staff members must have sold
S100 worth of advertisements. All members should
be participating actively in school publications at the
time of induction.
FIRST ROW: Marni Wallace, Joe Burgess, Cindy Lappin, Ben Pierce.
SECOND ROW: John Muster, Virginia Rila, Judy Johnson.
FIRST ROW George Zablo Patty Martm Helen Burgess Sandy Howell Thaya Kuhn Eduth Bloun Cheryl Seward Peggy Znmmer SECOND
ROW Mr Perez advlser Jerry Oney Dave Syler Steve Wlse Pat Shnvely Bull Davues Wanda Fmnllvtln th Foltz Ron Kaylor Shelva Km
smger Jeff Greenfelder Caroline Phrlllps THIRD ROW Ray Haur Dlanne Vahula Bruce Muller Rach Mgflusk Jeff Tollm Steve Albers Ron Sense
Dave Hoffman Tom Rengle Sally Russ Dan Rusalm
Student 60 mv!
The Student Councll as composed of one representatnve from each home room for the purpose of setting an
example of conduct for the rest of the students The Council solved many problems and sponsored several assemblres
Mr Omar Perez advuses the Councll nn nts actions The offrcers for both the T957 1958 school year and the past
school year were Steve Wuse, president, Jeff Greenfelder vuce president, Shelva Kunsrnger secretary, and Carolrne
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STAN MACIAG, President DEE ANNE GORDON, Vi
NANCY KINNEY, Secretary MARN WALLACE, T
MARTHA AKE Classical Biology Club 2, Treas-
urer 2, Chorus l, FNA l, Office 3, RBC2, 3, 4, Booster
Club l, 4, Student Council 1, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, Yearbook 4,
Quill and Scroll 4.
"You can preach a better sermon with your life than
with your lips."
STEVE ALBERS Classical Baseball 2, Basketball
2, Choir l, Key Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Hi-Y 1, 4,
Panther's View 4, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Booster Club
l, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"Self-confidence is the 'tirst'requisite to great under-
takings." 1 .' V
Dick BACHTEL Classical AV 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
l, 2, Model Railroad 2, 3, Vice President 2, Biology
Club 2, Chemistry Club 3, Panther's View 2, 3, Library
Assistant l, Hall Guard 2, 3, Booster Club 4, Junior and
Senior Class Plays.
"No virtue is safe that isn't enthusiastic."
DICK BEARD Classical Hi-Y l, 2, 4, Junior Class
Play, Booster Club 4.
"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market."
MARIA BLACKBURN Classical Symphonic Band
l, Chorus l, Instrumental Music l, 2, 3, FTA l, 2, 3, 4,
Parliamentarian 3, RBC 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Chaplain
4, Junior Class Play, Chemistry Club 3, Yearbook 4,
Mitten Club 3, Booster Club 1, 4, Stagelighters 4, Stu-
dent Council 3, 4, Speech 3, Junior Red Cross 'l, Quill
and Scroll 4.
"Like those of angels-few and far between."
WADE BLANK Classical Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident 4, Hi-Y, Chaplain l, 2, 3, 4, AV l, 2, 3, 4, Key
Club 4, Booster Club 4, Football, E, 2, 3, C, 4, Track,
Mile 2, 3, 4, Class Play 4, Campaign Chairman, White
"lt is by the vivacity and wit that man shines in com-
FRAN BOEKEL General Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Trio
2, 3, Ensemble l, 4, Library Assistant l.
"She is music in its human form."
JIM BONSKY Commercial RBC 2, Biology Club
2, Chess Club 2, 3, Panther's View 2, 3, Library 3, 4,
Table Tennis 'l.
"Every man is the architect of his own fortune."
BETH BOOTH Classical Y-Teens I, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3,
Mitten Club 3, Library Assistant I, Chorus I, Choir
2, 3, 4, Booster Club l, 4.
"Good nature, like a bee, collects honey from every
LARRY BOWEN General
"A good disposition is to be more coveted than gold."
GUY BOWLING General Boys' Leaders
"The virtue lies in the struggle, not in the prize."
ED BOYCE Classical Key Club 3, 4, Booster
Club I, 4, Hi-Y I, Basketball, C, 2, 3, 4, Football, E, 3.
"He radiates pleasure from his head to his toe."
STARR BRECKENRIDGE General Golfing I, FHA
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, Glee Club 4, Staff
Aides l, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club I, 4, FNC 4.
"Her eyes are the windows of heaven."
LAUREL BRIGGS Commercial FHA 2, 3, Vice
"Contentment is natural weathf'
GAYLE BROWNSWORD General
'fShe is known for her never-failing pep."
MARILYN BRYAN Commercial Trl-HI-Y 2, 4,
Library Assistant 3, 4, Mitten Club 3, Booster Club 4,
FBLA 4, PBX 4.
"Kindness is that low, sweet root, from which all heav-
enly virtues shoot."
CATHY BUCKLE Classical RBC 2, 3, 4, PNC
1, 4, Golfing 1, Booster Club 1, 4, Junior Red Cross 1,
Speech 3, Chorus 1, Choir 2, 3, 4.
"Politeness is to goodness as words are to thoughts."
BERNETTE BURCH Commercial Library Assistant
3, 4, Glee Club 4, FBLA 4, PBX 4, Booster Club 4.
"This world belongs to the energetic."
JOE BURGESS Classical Library Assistant 1,
Chess Club 2, Vice President 2, Model Railroad 2, 3, 4,
President 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, AV 1, 2,
3, 4, Yearbook 4, Band 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Quill and
"Speech is a mirror of the soul: as a man speaks, so
JUDY BURNELL Commercial Mitten C l u b 3,
Booster Club 4.
"What sweet delight a quiet life affords."
DENNIS CIOCA General Choir 1, Football T, 1.
"Life is a joke book with every day a new chapter."
EARL CLAYPOOL Classical Model Railroad 2, 3,
4, Vice President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Booster Club
4, Hi-Y 4, Echo Staff 1.
"He is deliberate, precise, an excellent student."
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"Modesty becomes a young man."
LINDA CoLLiNs Commercial RBC 2, 3, 4
Booster Club 1, 4, FBLA 4, Mitten Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2
3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1.
"A cheerful temper joined with innocence will make
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TOM CONDOS General
"The world goes by, but it does not pass ambition."
SYLVIA CRITZON Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 4, Mit-
ten Club 3, Booster Club 4.
"Kindness is the golden chain by which society is bound
CAROLYN CUNNINGHAM Commercial Tri-Hi-Y
2, Mitten Club 3, FBLA 4, Booster Club 4, Choir I.
"Silence persuades when speaking fails."
BILL DANIELS General Choir 4, Prom Commit-
tee 3, Booster Club 4.
"Politeness is good nature regulated by good sense."
MARION DeANGELlS Classical Key Club 2, 3,
Board of Directors 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Hi-Y 4, Booster
Club 4, Senior Class Play, Football, HB, I, 2, 3, Track,
Mile 2, Class Treasurer 2, Class Vice President 3.
"Everyone knows him as a good-natured fellow."
JUDY DeCAMP Commercial Staff Aides I, FHA
2, 3, 4, President 2, Reporter 3, Golfing I, Stagelighters
4, FBLA 4, Booster Club 4.
"Simplicity is a jewel rarely found." '
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CAROL DICE General GAA ,Tri-I-U-YN , 3
secretary 2, Rec 2, 3, Booster Club my 113, Libr
Assistant 3 4 Secretary 3 4- RTA - C V ir Z,
I I I I A X J l 4
"Those who bring sunshine toltfie ' s ofypo, tblx
not keep it from themselves." I ' AN
JEAN DILLINGER commerca plii-iigpz, 'f
ten Club 3, Booster Club 4, Choir 2, 3, xi QI! tl
DON DOLANSKI General Booster Club, Track 3.
"A thoughtful-minded, cheery soul is he."
TED DOLL Classical Coin Club, Chess Club 4,
Stagecraft 4, Booster Club.
"Calm, cool, collected-seldom if ever defected."
JANET DOMRAU Commercial FBLA 4.
"Politeness comes from within the heart."
VERNEDA DRAIN Classical FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, GAA 3, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Panth-
er's View 2, 4, Chemistry Club 3, Debate l, Junior
Classical League 1, Booster Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She personifies all that is clean and good."
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JOE DUNN Classical Chemistry Club 3, Key
Club, Treasurer, Director 2, 3, 4, Band l, Choir 2, 3, 4,
President 2, 3, Boys Leaders 4, Football, 2, 3, 4, T, Track
2, 3, 4, Basketball, Manager 4.
"Humor is his music."
JOSEPH DVOROVY Classical Hi-Y 3, 4, Model
Railroad 3, Chemistry Club 3, Chess Club 4, Booster
Club 4, Track 2, 3, 4.
"A cheerful smile makes the world grow merry."
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JUDY ENGELMANN Classical Tri- i-Y 2, 3, 4,
NHS 3, 4, GAA 3, FNC 4, President, Panther's View
2, 3, News Editor 2, Yearbook 4, Editor, Junior and Sen-
ior Class Plays, Minstrel 2, 3, Lab Assistant 3, Speech
Club 2, Booster Club 4, Junior Red Cross 1, Student
Council T, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She has the mildest manners and the greatest heart."
SIDNEY EVERETT General
"Honor lies in honest toil."
BERNADINE FINNICUM Classical Tri-Hi-Y 25
FNC 4, Historian 45 Booster Club 45 Library Assistant
3, 45 Lab Assistant 45 Yearbook 45 Choir I.
"She is gracious in manner and loyal in spirit."
LINDA FISHER Commercial Dramatics I5 Mitten
Club 35 Y-Teens I5 FBLA 45 Cash Register 2, 35 Book-
store 2, 35 PBX 3, 4.
"She seems to enioy life to the fullest extent."
LEONARD FITCH General
"Good nature and good sense go hand in hand."
DANNY FORAKER General Hi-Y 25 Choir 2, 3,
45 Football, T, 2, G, 3, FB, 45 Track, 440, 220, IOO, mile
relay 2, 3.
"Everything is possible if the desire is sincere."
KENNY FOWLER General
"He is a very carefree sort of person."
JOHN FRENZ III Classical Key Club 45 Booster
Club, Vice President 45 Band I, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4.
"A dapper drummer is he, with a peppy personality."
LINDA FYFFE Commercial Booster Club I, 2,
3, 45 Chorus I, 2.
"Sincere and true in everything she attempts to do."
BARBARA GALLAGHER General Y-Teens I5 Mit-
ten Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 25 Art Club 2, 35 Library Assistant
3, 45 Biology 25 GAA 45 Booster Club 45 FNC 45 Cash
Register 3, 45 PBX 3, 4.
"Her mild manner is sought by all."
GENE GIBBONS Classical Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y
2, Booster Club 4, Football, HB, 2, Baseball, OF, 2, 4.
"He sparks life's powder barrel."
DEE ANNE GORDON General Y-Teens I, Choir
I, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, GAA 3, Military
Ball Attendant 3, Variety Show 4, Football Attendant 3,
Mitten Club 3, President 3, RBC 4, Secretary 4, Class
Vice President 4, Yearbook 4, Minstrel 3, 4.
"She has a gladsome heart and smiling eyes, sunny as
the summer skies."
DEANNA GREER Commercial Cafe Duty 2,
Freshman Class Play, Mitten Club 3.
"A worker and a friend are life's greatest needs."
MIKE GUE Classical Choir 2, 4, Football, HB
2, 3, 4, Basketball, G, 2, 4, Baseball, CF, 3.
"Everywhere in every way, he is an individualistf'
LINDA HAINES Classical Tri-I-II-Y 2, GAA 3, 4'
Minstrel 3, 4, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Head 4, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4-
Booster Club 4, FNC 4.
"Laughing and gay, it's just her way."
RAY HAIR Classical Student Council 3, 4, Choir
2, 3, 4, AV I.
"He's smiling, and always ready for a good time."
JULIE HALEY General Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, RBC 2,
3, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Booster Club 4, Band 3, 4,
Maiorette 3, 4, Choir 2.
"She has pep-of friends a wealth, always natural-just
JIM HAMMARY General Hi-Y 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, Circus 2, 3.
"Politeness costs nothing but gains everything."
GARY HANNAN Classical Key Club 2, 3, 4,
Booster Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball, F, 4.
"He is a whole-souled, good-hearted fellow."
HOBERT HARMON General AV 1, 2, 3.
"He is full of fun and pleasure."
ED HARTER Classical Hi-Y l, 4, Junior Classical
League l, Booster Club 4, Football Manager 2, 3, 4,
Baseball Manager l.
"He is small, but so is a piece of dynamite."
JUDY HARTWICK Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
RBC 2, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Office
Work 3, 4, Booster Club 4, FBLA 4, NHS 3, 4, Student
Council l, Bookstore 2.
"Nothing multiplies so fast as kindness."
BETH HEWER Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, RBC
2, FBLA 4, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Minstrel 2, 3, Variety
"Our deeds determine us as well as we determine our
LINDA HINIG Commercial Student Council l,
Library Assistant l, Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4.
"Beauty pleases the eyes only, sweetness of disposition
charms the soul."
EARL HOFFEE General
"He is a ready machine, always wound up and goingf
SANDRA HOMMAN Commercial Y-Teens 1,
Tri-Hi-Y 3, Booster Club 4, FHA 2.
"Patience is the key of content."
"Knowledge is that which, next to virtue, raises
CONNIE HUFF Classical Tri-Hi-Y 4, FNC 4, Sec-
retary 4, Modern Music Masters 2, 3, Miracle Book
Club 3, Stagelighters 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Ensemble 4.
"Good things often come in small packages."
LINDA HUSTED Commercial Y-Teens 1, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4,
"If you get simple beauty, you get about the best thing
God invents." B ,
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JOHN JIALANELLA Classical Hi-Y 1, Boys Lead-
"A decent boldness ever meets with friends."
JUDY JOHNSON Classical RBC 3, 4, FTA 2, 3,
4, Treasurer 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA
3, 4, Mitten Club 3, Chorus 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
4, Variety Show 4, Senior Class Play, Quill and Scroll 4.
"lf a good face is a letter of'recomrhendation, a good
heart is a letter of credit." I ' '
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HARRY JONES General Chess Club 3, 4, Proiec-
tion and Stagecraft 2, 3, 4, Model Railroad 2, 3, 4, AV
1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Play.
"He who can have patience can have what he will."
JIM JONES Classical Model Railroad 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 4, Chemistry Club 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4,
Projection Club 4, President 4, NHS 3, 4, Band 1, AV
1, 2, 3, 4, Stagecraft 4.
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LAURENE KAMBRICK General Booster Club 1,
Student Representative 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, Bowling Team
1, 2, Captain 2, Mitten Club 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan-
ther's View 2, Business Manager 2.
"To fill the hour-that is happiness."
JIM KEPPLE Classical AV 2, Yearbook 4.
"A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of
NANCY KINNEY Classical Student Council I,
Vice President l, RBC 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Secre-
tary 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4, Newspaper I,
Panther's View 2, Editor 2, Yearbook 4, Lab Assistant
4, Library Assistant I, Football Queen 3, Booster Club
4, Chemistry Club 3, Representative 3, NHS 3, 4, GAA
3, 4, FTA 4, Class Vice President 2, Class Secretary
3, 4, Variety Show 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She is full of life and love for all."
WALTER KROPF Classical Chess Club 3, 4, AV
2, 3, 4, Lab Assistant 4.
"You just can't keepfg oodman dolpllg ,
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BRENDA KUHN Commercial Staff Aides I, 2,
3, Y-Teens I, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 4, FHA 4, Library Assistant
I, 2, Office 2.
"She is a quiet person with twinkling eyes and rosy
CINDY LAPPIN Classical Y-Teens I, FTA 'l, 2,
3, 4, Treasurer 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 2, Vice
President 3, Treasurer 4, RBC 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Chorus
I, Choir 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading 2, Yearbook 4, Minstrel
3, GAA 3, 4, Mitten Club 3, NHS 3, 4, Booster Club 4,
President 4, Military Ball Attendant 3, Class Secretary 2,
Variety Show 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She is the Nunbeatable combination of charm and per-
sonality." JEL .
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DAVE LAZOR Classical NHS 3, 4, Boys Leaders
4, Boys' Club 3, Track I, Baseball, OF, 2, 3, 4, Gym-
nastic Team 2, 3, Tumbling Team 2, 3, Trampoline Team
4, Class President 2.
"Quality will tell in the long run."
TOM LEWIS General Hi-Y I, 2.
"He is a gentleman from sole to crown."
NANCY LIGHTFOOT Classical Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4,
FTA 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Camera Club I, Mitten Club
3, Booster Club 4, Band I, 2, 3.
"She is pleasing to know in her quiet way."
DIANA LLOYD Classical Art Club 2, 3, Presi-
dent 3, Tri-Hi-Y 3, FTA 3, 4, Chemistry Club 3, News-
"She is always present with a grin and a pleasant hello."
FRANK LUCAS Classical Baseball, Second Base,
2, 3, Basketball 2, 3.
"He abounds in energy and good humor."
STAN MACIAG Classical Key Club 4, Booster
Club 4, Boys Leaders 4, Choir l, Football l, 2, G, 'l, FB,
2, Basketball, G, l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Baseball, lF and
OF, 3, Class President 4.
"He is manly, honest, and successful."
KATHLEEN MARANG General Mitten Club 3,
Booster Club 4, Choir l.
"Large is her heart and her soul sincere."
BOB MASTERS Classical
"His congenial spirit makes you want to be around him."
PAT McFADDEN Commercial Booster Club l, 2,
"Fair hair has she, and a smile that counts."
DAVE MILLER General Hi-Y 2, 4, Library Assist-
"Willing to work for everything he gets."
POLLY MILLER Classical FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4,
Operetta 3, Cheerleader 2, Chorus l, Choir Pianist 2,
3, 4, Trio 2, 3, Ensemble 4.
"She is true to her word as to everything else."
BRUCE MIZE General Hi-Y 4, Choir 2, 3, 4,
Band l, 2, Operetta 3.
"He has wondrous qualities and a mild behavior."
GARY MOORE General
"All's right with the world."
JOHN MUSTER Classical Key Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 2, 3, Secretary, Lt. Governor 4, Hi-Y
President l, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Panther's View 3, 4,
Rep. 3, Editor 4, NHS President 3, 4, RBC Engineer
2, 3, 4, President 3, Speech-Debate Club 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident 2, 3, Chemistry Club Secretary 3, Junior and Sen,ior
Class Plays, Projection l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, 3, Track
2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"It's hardly possible to dive him as much praise as he
GARY NEEL Classical Student Council l, Choir
2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Basketball, G, l, 2, Football, G, 2, 3,
Baseball, RF, 2, 3, 4.
"The world loves the spice of mischievousnessf'
RON NEWELL Classical Key 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres-
ident 2, Latin Club l, 2, Student Council 2, Football,
E, 2, Class Treasurer l.
"Pleasant mirth has pleasant laughter."
KAREN OLDEN Commercial NHS 3, 4, Choir l,
3, 4, Senior Class Play, Panther's View 2, Office 3, 4.
"A shining face finds its way into all hearts."
CAROLINE PHILLIPS Commercial Y-Teens l,
GAA 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Mitten Club 3, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Senior Class Play, RBC 2, 3, 4, FBLA 4, Secretary 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 4, Bookstore 3, Office 3, 4, Newspaper Book-
keeper 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Cash Register 3, Yearbook
Bookkeeper 4, PBX 4, Minstrel 3, Booster Club 4, Quill
and Scroll 4.
"She makes the sun shine in shady places."
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'. he was, yorxrfvvi the most precious gift-laughter."
BEN PIERCE Classical Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pres-
ident 2, 3, Ohio State Treasurer 4, NHS 3, 4, Choir 3,
Panther's View 3, 4, Boys Leaders 3, 4, Operetta 3,
Football, HB, FB, PK, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, G, 2, 3, Base-
ball, P, C, 3rd, l, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"Ambition and love are the wings of great actions."
JO ANN PRESTON Commercial GAA 3, 4, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Y-Teens l, RBC 3, 4, NHS,
Vice President 3, 4, Office 3, 4, Senior Class Play, Book-
store 3, Chorus l, PBX 3, 4, Varisty Cheerleader 2, 3, 4-
Cash Register 2, 3, FBLA President 4, Booster Club 4.
"She has plenty of spice and is everything nice."
VICKY PYATTE Commercial FBLA 4, Booster
Club 4, Office 4.
"Wise to resolve and patient to reform is she."
GEORGE RAMBAUD General
"A jolly fellow is in our midst."
EMMY REAM General Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, Mitten Club
3, Booster Club 4, Choir l.
"She is a real ray of sunshine."
BOB REED General Biology Lab Assistant.
"There is no policy like politeness."
TOM REED General Boys Booster Club 2, 3, 4,
Hi-Y l, 4, Football, G, l, 2, Baseball, OF, 3, Basketball,
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JACK REESE General Booster Club 4, Foot-
"A merry heart makes a cheery man."
LINDA REIGLE Commercial FBLA 4, Booster
Club 4, Office 4.
"Be yourself and you will be original."
PEGGY RENNER Classical Art Club 2, 35 Secre-
tary-Treasurer of Art Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 Chemistry
Club 35 FNC 45 Booster Club 45 Yearbook 4.
"She portrays sunshine within and without."
BOB REYNOLDS Classical Key Club 45 Hi-Y 45
Booster Club 45 Track 3, 4.
"Like winter skies, he is seldom blue."
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torian 3, Vice President 45 FTA 3,5 45 RBC2, 45 Choir
I, 2, 3, 45 Panther's View 25 Yea'fbfookl45 Ghemistry
Club 35 Camera Club lg Booster Club 45 NHS 3, 45
Junior and Senior Class Plays5 GAA 3, 45 Mitten Club 35
Library Assistant lj Quill and Scroll 45 Variety Show 4.
"Naturally honest and honestly natural."
LINDA RIORDAN General Cheerleader 25 Tri-
Hi-Y 25 Mitten Club 35 Booster Club 4.
"A reliable remedy for the blues."
ANNE RODGERS General Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 FHA
President 45 Booster Club 45 Choir l.
"Kindness is like wisdom . . . everybody needs it."
JUDY RODGERS Commercial Booster Club l, 25
Glee Club 25 FBLA Vice President 45 Office 3, 4.
"!Vlodesty is a candle to your merit."
RYLLIS ROHRER General NHS Secretary 3, 45
Tri-Hi-Y 2, 35 RBC President 25 Panther's View 2, 3,
Feature Editor 2, Editor 35 Choir 35 PBX 3, 45 Junior
Class Play5 FTA 3.
"They're only truly great who are truly good."
BILL ROLAND Classical Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Choir l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45
Football, QB, l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball, 2nd, 2, 3, 45 Basket-
ball, Manager-Player, l, 3, 45 Class President 2, 35
Quill and Sc-roll 45 Pop Panther 4.
"His friendship becomes a necessity to all who know
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2, Chemistry Cl-ob Vice President 3pRB'C 2, 3, 45 res-
ident 4, Booster Clutb '13, FT'A -4, Mitten 3, Year-
book 37 Stta elighters 11, NHS 3, 4, .l.Unior -and Senior
Class Plays, uill and5Scroll 4. I , J
"A girl ot?harm who does al golden deedlevery day."
DENNIS ROSS Tlassical Baseball 2, 3, Basket-
"His good nature is eyer present."
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2, 3, FTA 3, 4, Band 2, 3, President 3, Choir 2, A,
Yearbook Business Manager 4, RBC 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres-
ident 2, 3, Biology Club President 2, Baseball Manager
l, Hall Guard 3, Junior and Senior Class Plays.
"He is willing indeed, bound to succeed."
RON SCHAR Classical Key Club 3, 4, Hi-Y 4,
Basketball, C, l, G, 3.
"He g es his way with a spirit full of ambition."
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SYLVIA SCHLARB Commercial Choir 2, Tri-Hi-Y
l, Library Assistant 3, FBLA 11, FHA Treasurer 2.
"A smile properly used will work wonders."
SHARLENE SCHROEDER Commercial FHA Treas-
urer 2,11, Booster Club 11,Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4.
"She's glorious as the sunshine, sweet as dew."
ROSE SCHVVALLIE Commercial
"She's demure, sweet, and petite."
RON SENSE Classical Key Club 2, 3, 41, Student
Council 3, 41, NHS Treasurer 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Panther's
View-Pop Panther 3, Booster Club 11, Yearbook rl,
Variety Show 4, Football, T, 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basket-
ball, C, 3, Track, Vlleights, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 11.4.16-
"None but himself could be his parallel." A ,1"'--
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Secretary 2, Key Club 4, Band l, 2, Choir l, 2, Basket-
ball Manager l, Class President l, Class Vice Pres-
"True goodness springs from a man's heart."
SHAREN SHILLING General Tri-Hi-Y 2, Booster
Club 4, Cash Register 2, 3, Panther's View 4, Quill and
"A woman of few words, but of words that mean
DON SMITH General Track, Hurdles 2, 3.
"A gentleman is he, and always one he will be."
BOB SNYDER Classical Hi-Y 4, Band l, Choir
2, 3, 4, Football, G, 2, 3.
"He is the friend of many and the foe of none."
GUY SNYDER General
"With his smile as a weapon, he's always the winner."
BOB SORENSEN Classical Choir 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y
4, Football, QB, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, G, l, 2, 3, 4, Base-
ball, C, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 3.
"He is spirited in his smile and his actions."
JOE STANLEY General Hi-Y 2.
"Good nature is one of the best articles one can wear
MARY STEELE General Booster Club 4, FHA
Vice President l, Girls' Leaders l, Home Ec T.
"She is a running stream of sparkling joy."
JOAN STEENROD Commercial Glee Club l, 4,
Library Assistant 3, 4, Booster Club 4, FBLA 4.
"She has a fair face and a gentle manner."
NANCY STEVENSON Classical Tri-Hi-Y 2, FTA
4, RBC 2, Booster Club 4, Choir 2, 3, 4.
"She is a mountain of personality with an ant hill of
PAT STICKEL Commercial FBLA 4, Booster
"Her way is sweet, she's pleasing to meet."
JOHN STIPETICH General Choir 2, 3, Football,
"Good nature is his middle name."
GARY STUCHUL General Band l, 2.
"He has a zest for living."
CAROL STUDEBAKER Commercial RBC 2, 3, 4,
FBLA 4, Booster Club 4, Speech 3, PBX 3, 4.
"Kindness is wisdom and she has them both."
DON STUDER General Hi-Y Chaplain 2.
"He has friends because he is one."
BERTHA SURMAY Commercial Camera Club T,
FBLA 4, Booster Club 4.
"A pleasant conversationalist with those who know
JACK SUTHERLAND General
"He is a steady and independent youth,"
MARTIE TANLEY G e n e r a l Stagelighters 4,
Booster Club 4.
"She glows with pep and radiance."
ALFRED TANNER General
"Honesty and truthfulness are among the virtues on his
GARY THEIS Classical Key Club 3, 4, Football,
"Not bold or shy, but he's just a nice guy."
JIM THIESSEN General
"A quiet manner is often a camouflage for clever
JOYCE THOMPSON Commercial Chorus l, Tri-
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary
3, FTA l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, 3, 4, Panther's View
2, Student Council l, Library Assistant l, Y-Teens l,
Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Booster Club 4, Yearbook
Typist 4, GAA 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Junior and Senior Class
Plays, FBLA 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She's earnest in purpose-anxious to please."
LINDA TOOHEY Classical Staff Aides l, 2, 3, 4,
Y-Teens l, Tri-Hi-Y 2, FNC l, 4, Chemistry Club 3,
Booster Club 4, GAA 4. '
"One seldom thinks to find a more likable and constant
JO ANN UHOSE General Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Mit-
ten Club 3, GAA 3, 4, Booster Club 4, FNC 4, Cheer-
"Be thou the rainbow in the storms of life."
SUE VANCE General GAA 3, 4, Tri-l-li-Y 2, 3,
4, Treasurer 2, Mitten Club Vice President 3, Library
Assistant l, Treasurer T, FNC 4, Choir Secretary 2,
Band 3, 4, Maiorette 3, 4, Yearbook 4, Minstrel 2, 3,
Booster Club Treasurer 4, Camera Club l.
"The best part of beauty is that which a picture cannot
JOHN VENISKI Classical Hi-Y 4, Booster Club
4, Football, HB, l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, G, l, 2, 3, 4,
Track l, Baseball, OF, 2, 3, 4.
"Good nature-it's his middle name."
LINDA VIERTEL Commercial Tri-Hi-Y 2, 4, GAA
3, 4, Mitten Club 3, Library Assistant, Vice President
3, 4, Booster Club 4, FBLA 4, PBX 3, Girls' Basketball,
G, F, 3, 4.
"A good disposition is worth more than gold."
WALT VIERTEL Classical Key Club 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball, LH, 2, 3, Basketball, G, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, P, 2, 3, 4.
"He'll find a way or make one."
"ModeSty is the citadel of beauty and virtue."
GARY WALKER Classical Hi-Y 2, 4, Band 2.
"Laugh and the worid laughs with you."
GARY WALLACE Commercial Hi-Y l, Booster
Club 4, Basketball, F, 2, 3, 4.
"A faithful friend is the medicine of life."
LINDA WALLACE Classical Trl-l-li-Y 2, 4, FTA 4,
RBC 2, 3, 4, Stagelighters 4, Chemistry Club 3, Choir
2, Yearbook 4, Mitten Club 3, Booster Club 4, Quill
and Scroll 4.
"She charms whomever she chances to meet."
LINDA WALDICK Com mercial Y-Teens l,
MARNI WALLACE Classical Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, GAA
3, 4, Mitten Club 3, FNC 1, 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer
2, Yearbook Artist 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 3, Orchestra 2, Maiorette 4, Junior and Senior Class
Plays, Class Treasurer 4, Football Queen 4, Y-Teens l, 2,
Red Cross Rep. 2, Staff Aides l, 2, Booster Club 4,
Military Ball Queen 3, Quill and Scroll 4.
"She is a bundle of charms tied with a lovely smile."
SANDRA WALLACE Commercial Tri- Hi- Y 2,
FBLA 4, Booster Club 4, Office 3.
"A pleasing countenance is a silent recommendation."
PAUL WENZEL General Track 2, 3, 4, Boys
"His modest manner has charmed more than one."
WANDA WEST Commercial FHA 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3,
FBLA 4, Booster Club 4.
"A smile weighs more than pUreSf gOlCl."
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BEcKY HEELER General Science Club 1,
Leader l, Student Council l, Choir 3, 4, Panthers
"Original is she, in all her brightness."
NANCY WHETSEL Commercial FBLA 4, Art Club
l, 2, Office 3, 4.
"Peace is the evening star of the soul."
TlM WHITE General
"You see here a good natured man."
DICK WHITMER Commercial Baseball Man-
"A kinder gentleman treds not the earth."
ELIZABETH WINKLEMAN Commercial Y-Teens
lg Office 3.
"A credit to anyone's list of friends is she."
RON WINTERS General AV l, 2, Boys Leaders
l, 2, Football, T, l, 2, 3, G, 4.
"A solid fellow brimming over with good sportsman-
STEVE WISE Classical Hi-Y l, 4, Secretary l,
Chemistry Club 3, Student Council President 3, 4, Key
Club 2, 3, 4, Speech l, Junior Class Play 3, Football,
HB, 2, 3, 4, Baseball, SS, 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders l,
Booster Club 4.
"He is little, he is wise, he is a terror for his size."
KEDRIC WOLFE General Hi-Y l, Choir 2, 3, 4,
Junior and Senior Class Plays, Operetta 3, Football, E,
2, 3, 4, Track, Pole Vault 2, 3, 4.
"Large is his heart and his soul is sincere."
ALAN WRIGHT General
"He always has a pleasant smile for everyone."
RICHARD YANT General
"Content is he as the hurried world goes by."
STEVE ZABOJI Classical Panther's View Photog-
rapher 4, Chess Club l, Football 2, Swimming 2, AV 3,
Photography Club 3, Rifle Club 3.
"A crowning glory of a man is character."
CAROL ZIMMERMAN C o m m e r c i al FHA 2,
Booster Club 4, FBLA 4, Art Club l.
"We can do more by being good than in any other
October brought the traditional crowning
of our football queen Each underclass had
its pretty attendant to our lovely Senior foot-
ball queen Miss Marn' Wallace v.hc's identity
was revealed by Ron Sense and Bill Roland
in an exciting pep rally Marni was Crowned
by our first queen, Miss Nancy Kinney, during
a half time show on our home field and was
later honored at a dance, the Pigskin Prom,
in Our gymnasium,
September represented the beginning of
another school year, and for some of us it
was the last time we ascended the steps of
Perry High. We were anxious and full of
youthful anticipation looking forward to the
coming events and life as a Senior, Perrys
December ushered in the holiday and good cheer
season. The student body was in high spirits as they
finished up lessons and prepared to embark on a
glorious vacation full of parties, presents, and play.
January proved to be interesting and entertaining
even though vve all had to "get into the svvlng of
things" and buckle down to take exams. Relieving
the tension and providing an escape from studies
vvas our annual Bermuda Sock Hop, Featured this year
were the Flat Tops, a vvell-lcnovvn local orchestra,
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February wlll be remembered wnth prude and honor by all Perry Hlgh School for many years for our basketball team won the AA League Title in
only nts second year wtth an AA rattng Thus ccomplnshment not only secured a trophy for our school but more important, gave Perry welledeserved
March gave Perry's versatile faculty the
opportunity to perform outside of tthe class-
roorn, Another annual event, the Ministral,
was presented, and the proceeds were used
to purchase an electric score board for our
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in anyone's high school career. These worthy students were selected according to their scholastic record throughout their past high school years, and
'Hel' P5"5O'i5l ftcalitications including club memhersh p general participation in a I school a:"vities, and personal characteristics.
And so 'Jay was here and all the Seniors asked how if was possib'e that our last year was almost over. Oh, the memories that this stirred, but there
was sti!l so niuch to accomplsh. We had our Prom. lt was pertect. beautiful, and wonderful, and everyone lived every minute of it, hating to see it
end. Fol'c,-.ing this golden minute was the Baccalaureate service, and t'nall,f May 26, graduation. Perry High's first graduating class, who will never
i0"Q9' The QVCWOUS wears spent 'n these halls classrooms auditorium, and g,rrrr'asi:" nor iv-.ill they forget the Panther, a syrnbol of honor and loyalty in
each young life.
FIRST ROW Carolme Phrllrps Jo Ann Preston Joyce Thompson Judy Hartwrck Bertha Surmay Burnette Burch Carol Studebaker Wanda West
SECOND ROW Mr George Wranf Mrs Omega Cam Pat Strckle Joan Steenrod Lrnda Husted Judy De Camp Lrnda Waldrck Judy Rodgers
Karen Olden Mr Ben Watkms THIRD ROW Carolyn Cunnmgham Sandy Wallace Marrlyn Bryan Lnnda Collms Nancy Whetsel Vrvran Pyatte
gllfll 6 lfuszues leader of,4mer1m
The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of Amerrca Club rs to promote a professronal attitude among semor
students The actlvltres of the club Include freld trips and school programs featuring guest speakers from the field
The club was orgamzed during the 19581959 school year under the drrectron of Mrs Omega Cam Mr George
Wrant, and Mr Ben Watkrns
The offrcers were Jo Ann Preston, president, Judy Rogers, vrce presrdent Caroline Phrllups, secretary, and Linda
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ROW 'I left to rught Patty Martln Carolyn McCoy Marlyn George Llnda McCoy Sandy Ury Nancy Blank Mary Ann Stanley Dea Manderme ROW 2
Ann Preston Nancy Klnney Joyce Thompson Tammy Muster Cheryl Seward Melnnda Macarle Cheryl Blackburn Mary Ann Boyd Phyllns Sees
Bev Watson ROW 3 Chrnstne Ploch Dlane Rusk Cindy Daniels Melmda Barnes Edna Hughes Sandy Mathias Carol Kelch Karen Harn Elolse
Sees Barbara McNutt Peggy Kropf Carolnne Phllllps ROW 4 Sandy Delap Peg Plckerlng Lrnda Vnertel Marlene Tolbert Connne Noble Connie Gus
The purpose of the Glrls Athletic Assoclatlon IS to lncrease Interest and partlcupatlon an all sports as a means
of prornotnng physical etflclency, health 'oy good character and wzse use oflelsuretlme
Among the years actlvltues were bowllng, basketball and badminton tournaments, and also a Christmas formal
The club IS aclvrsed by Miss Jean Armltage and the officers were president, Carol Dlss, vlce president Peg Zlm
mer, secretary, Sandy Delap, and treasurer, Caroline Phllllps
ROW l left to rrght Sally Clauss Sue Delap Sherry Bradley Sandy Shlmones Marybeth Moock Ruth Ann Bunton Margene Pntts Cmdy Trace
ROW 2 Mnss Jeanne Armltage Sandy Renter Mary Ann Fryer Brenda Hulbert Lxnda Fleshour Bulls Lowe Lunda Hames Sandy Kohl Donna Pflug
Barb Wolford, Lynn Ecrement ROW 4 Judy Harman, Pat McGlychey, Sandy Baxter, Sue Clark, Clndy Lappln, Sue Vance, Marnl Wallace, Judy
Johnson, Vlrglnsa Rnla, Shelva Klnnlnger, Karen Wright, Dlanne Vahlla, Terry Terre-tt, Beth Foltz
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tone Gall Beard ROW 2 Cathy Buckle Ruth Ann Bunton Jean Dllmger Marllyn Bryan Sylvla Crntzon Carolyn Cunnmgham Lunda Collms
Martha Ake Carol Dlss Sandy DeLap Carol Duss ROW 3 Carolyn Bucher Bernette Burch Melnnda Barnes Marla Blackburn Cheryl Blackburn
Mary Ann Boyd Bob Donges Bull Damby Jack Brannan Bull Davles Duck Bachtel ROW 4 Pat Crntzon Verneda Dram Starr Breckenridge Jerry
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The Student Booster Club began In the fall of 1958 and was organized by a group of twenty nlne sensor class
members and Mr Robert Burns
The following officers were elected Candy Lappun, presldent John Frenz vlce president, Peg Pickering secretary
and Sue Vance treasurer
e club was formed to promote school splrlt for all actlvltles ofthe school
Pep rallles, dances student sectlons at games, reduced admlssuon to one basketball game and general publlclty
for all school functions are some of the clubs actlvltles
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OND ROW Darlene Hull Carol Hansen Evelyn Eyester Ed Fowler Larry Ertle Bull Guullorna Ron Edrus Danny Hoffman Bob Edwards Robbue
Hoffman Joyce Galay THIRD ROW Barbara Evans Nancy Hall Melvun Edgar Torn Hoffman Jum Franklun Connue Gusset Ed Harter Judy Hart
wuck Lunda Hunu Vucku Grugsby Barbara Gallagher FOURTH ROW Gaul Gusset Gene Gubbons Homer Hupruck Terry Heacock Jeff Greenfelder
Julue Haley Ka tp' usher Karen Hershey Wanda Funnucum John Frenz Lunda Haunes Sonia Hoffman FIFTH ROW Judy Englemann Mark Hross
Bull Evans Rodney ennung Tom Wullue Harruson Steve Galle Dave Hoffman Chuck Hunug Lunda Husted
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FIRST ROW Carol Luttle Nancy Mottuce Duck Kepple Kathy Marang Sandy Kunney Nancy Kunney Carol Kelch Euleen Kuenzle Eleanor Kuenzle
Leann Karrenbauer SECOND ROW Duane Murphy Janet McClunTock Barbara Jones Rob Kull Rollue Layfueld Bob Ludwug Jum McKunney Polly
Muller Carole McCurdy Elaune McAdams Barbara McBeth Grace Futch THIRD ROW Dorothy Kelow Laurene Kambruck Mary Jo Kusela Jane Kracker
arol Kracker Shurley Matheson Marlene Mattachuone Duanna Lloyd Sandy Mathuas Tammy Muster Luncla Macarue Peggy Kropf Bruce Johnson
Barbara McNutt FOURTH ROW Bradley Mulheum Bob Jedel Duck Kepple C'uuck Lockhart John Creter Duck Macuoce Cundy Lappun Dee Anne Gor
don Beth Hewer Bernadune Funnucurn Pat LeMasters Wunnue Moorehead FIFTH ROW Gary Morrus Paul Muller Jerry Lewus Jlm Kepple Nancy
Lughtfoot Kathy Kraft Lunda Fyffe Carol Kross Judy Johnson John Muster Ron Kaylor Jum Muller SIXTH ROW Buzzy Lappun Dave Muller
Jack Kull Wayne Lenhart Jum Jones Frank Lucas Bull Melchuor Bruce 'Vluze Walter Kropf
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Marlene Polmg Don Porrazzo SECOND ROW Tom Oyster Virginia Rila Suzette Rockenbauch Carol Rosa Sandy Reiter Karen Olden Peg Pick
Peg Renner Donna Pflug Beverly Price Kathy Reynolds Dian Radtke Joan Roberts Linda Riordan FOURTH ROW Jack Reese Dan Risaliti
Ben Pierce Randy Riddle Alden Neifert Roy Phillips Doug Rumberger Bob Phillips Gary Nist Bill Roland Dick Palmer FIFTH ROW Don
Reifsnyder Dennis Cuoca Ron Newell Bob Reynolds
FIRST ROW Sue Whitmer Barb Thaxton Carol Schar Robert Stevenson Howard Wenzel Danny Wilson Paul Schemansky Judy Sample Sandra
Ury Nancy Stevenson SECOND ROW Linda Viertel Pat Shively Marty Tanley Patsy Keister Elaine Walters Nancy Sprankle Carol Spencer
Judy Stevens Joan Thom Bev Watson Cynthia Trace JoAnn Uhose Bertha Surmay Charlene Selinsky Eloise Sees THIRD ROW Steve Wise
Sue Vance, Pat Stickle Beth Stunz, Sandra Wallace, Sharlene Schroeder, Carol Zimmerman, Carol Studebaker, Barb Wilson, Linda Toohey, Violet
Smith, Mary Steele, Wanda West, Nancy Spangler, Joyce Thompson FOURTH ROW Walter Wagner, Gary Smith, Don Shoup, Earl Smith, Bob Snyder,
Phil White, Sharon Shilling, Dottie Webber, Linda Sonnhalter, Jerry Steiner, Joe Wright, Don Splittorf, Kay Studebaker, Karen Ward, Joan Steen
rod, Linda Wallace FIFTH ROW Will Vesely, Terry Terrett, Dick Shew, Jack Tucker, Gary Wallace, Bill Scheub, Dale Willis, Jeff Tollin, Jon
Valesak, Ron Sense, Gary Walker, Sam Winkleman, Dianne Vahila, Marni Wallase, Ron Schar, Jon Sample, Walt Viertel, Ron Wagner
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school years. They are, on the floor: Sandy Mathias and Peg Zimmer. Kneeling: Carole McCurdy.
Standing: Jo Arm Preston, Judy Hartwick and Joyce Thompson.
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Loss Tzlton Carolyn lrwln Glenna Moms Carol Wilson Carol Kelch
FRONT ROW Joan Thorn Barbara Jones Donna Jane Rernalla BACK ROW Errol Sclmlabacln Patsy Kessler
Llnda Mahaffey Barbara McNut1 Sonia Huffman Betty Wolgamot Rob Kull
FRONT ROW Ron Wagner, Carol Kracker, Jane Kracker, Ned Harvey BACK ROW Chuck LallaTl1rn Con
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Barbara Evans Nancy Whnacre Bruce Johnson Tom Oyster Rod Hennung John Frenz III
FRONT ROW Janet McClintock Denny Stevens Sherry Bradley BACK ROW
Tom Caldwell Glenn Oberhn Wayne Lenhart
Terry Frenz Tom Hnnderer
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The students of Perry High School can be very proud of Perrys first varsity football squad I
the past three years it has grown from a group of boys playing football for fun to a group of
men playing for keeps
In the first year at Perry the football team under the head of George Schuster and his assistants
Frank Mulvany and Nick Tsangeos grew gained experience and learned a little more about the
game Being handicapped with their small size and lack of experience they ended the season
with a 2 7 record
Schuster resigned at the end of the first year and Jerry Wampfler filled the vacant position
Coach Wampfler with the assistance of Nick Tsangeos and Frank Mulvany further assisted the team
in becoming men In their second year the team gained added experience and size ending their
season with a 2 5 record
The third and final year for the senior members of the squad proved more successful The team
still under the head of Coach Wampfler assisted by Bernard McDonald and Don Cable fought
the season with three all league members and an all county player Bill Roland quarterback Jeff
Greenfelder guard and Ron Sense tackle gained positions on the first all league team Ron Sense also
received all-county honors
JERRY WAMPFLER DQN CABLE BERNARD MCDONALD
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their way to a 5-4 record for the season. Making a good showing in all their games the team ended
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Bob Donges. SECOND: Coach Don Cable, Dale Whitrnire, Ed Cerwinsky, John Hagan, Gary Nist, Bob Sorenson, Ron Winters, Mike Gue, Jeff Green-
felder, Joe Dunn, Ben Pierce, Tom Reigle, Ed Harter, Coach Jerry Wampfler. THIRD ROW: John Veniski, Lee Gutheinz, Willie Harrison, Chuck
Kumsman, Kedric Wolfe, Jim Vahila, Dave Leisr, Ron Sense, Larry Clark, Ed Chaffin, KromerWeekley, Dan Foraker.
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Sandy Valley 12 13
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The hlghllght of Perry Hugh School s sports program In the past three years IS the fact that the basketball team
won the Stark County Class AA League Championship Ed Boyce our blg center also took the league scoring
honors and earned a flrst place posltlon on the all county league team
Perry Hugh Schools flrst basketball team being made up of freshmen and sophomores played a thlrteen game
schedule mostly reserve teams They played one varsity game wlth Mlddlebranch The team ended theur 1956 57
season wlth a 94 record One of these wlns being with Mlddlebranch
ln our second year at Perry we saw our basketball team flght thelr way to a third place blrth In the league
standings The team now made up of sophomores and rumors was coached by Gene Sponseller who was assisted
by Don Cable They played a slxteen game varsity schedule In which they won 8 and lost 8 They played two
tournament games before belng beaten by McKinley We also saw Ed Boyce our brg center make an unsuccessful
try for scorrng honors rn the league
The 1958 59 season proved to be a very excrtmg one slnce TO of the elghteen games were won or lost by a small
margnn of 5 or less polnts The team stall coached by Gene Sponseller and asslstecl by Don Cable was now made
up of sophomores rumors and sensors They ended the regular season with a 12 6 record and they also held the
tltle of league champs They were dropped from the tournament rn thelr flrst game with Trmken
RESERVE COACH DON CABLE HEAD COACH GENE SPONSELLER FRESHMAN CQACH BERNARD MCDONALD
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MANAGERS: Bob Ludwig, Gary Wallace, Joe Dunn.
FRONT Duck Funk Bob Phrllrps Tom Reugle Ron Kaylor Bull Evans BACK Gary Nlst Art Rrsher Ed Chaffm Dave Lnest Larry Clark Ken Hartwick
Krserrrs Prepare for Varsity
ball These boys have a lot of basketball ablllty but there were lust too many boys ahead of them who had lust
a ltttle more The boys who played reserve ball although they did not make varsnty are lust as Important as varsity
players The reserves are constantly glvtng the varsity the competition which gives them the deslre and need to
better and Improve themselves lf they wish to continue as a varslty player
The reserve team which has been organized for the past two years has been a great help In turning out the
wnnntng varsity teams whuch we have had They are the boys who wnll move up to play varsity ball when the sen
nor members graduate
In the past two years the reserves have done fairly well In competrtuon wrth other reserve teams For the 1957
58 season they turned out a 6 TO wan loss record berng led rn scornng by Walt Vuertell and Ed Chaftun wnth 145 T21
points respectively In the 1958 59 season they acquured a 89 wan loss record being led by Ron Kaylor and Ed
Chaffln wlth T51 122 points respectlvely
The reserve basketball team is made up of sophomores and iunlors, who are working their way towards varsity
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45 Lehman ,, 50
58 Minerva ,,,,,, , 57
51 Sandy Valley 47
49 Glenwood H Y 34
54 Central , , 64
58 Jackson Y M 63
62 Canton South 66
52 Tuscarawas Valley 56
51 Glenwood 29
85 Navarre 35
54 Hartville 20
60 Jackson ,,,,. , 58
59 Canton South 58
69 Sandy Valley ,, 50
40 Lincoln 56
83 East Canton 68
48 North Canton 49
37 Timken ITD , , 54
38 Glenwood , 43
40 Northwest ,, 57
50 Orville , 63
48 Lehman ,,,,, 74
54 Glenwood 51
42 Northwest , 36
65 Navarre 55
55 East Canton , 58
49 Jackson 63
46 Brewster 56
55 Jackson , 52
61 Central ., 54
63 Navarre ,,,,, 53
56 Brewster ,,,,, ,, 61
71 Hanville ,, ,,,,,, H H 62
72 Dover St. Joseph , 44
56 Manchester CTD 40
52 McKinley LTD , , 72
56 Navarre W 44
43 Hartville ,, ,, 23
49 Navarre ,,,, 47
50 Louisville 34
42 Dennison .,,, 58
62 Marlboro , , 51
52 Louisville , 60
70 Middlebranch 54
54 Jackson , 46
38 Lehman 39
46 Sandy Valley , 50
60 Dennison ,,,,,,,,, 45
74 Brewster ,,,,, 37
ABOVE: On The sidelines Talk between Coach Gene
Sponseller and Jim Muzzy of WHBC preceeding 1he
Canton South-Perry game.
LEFT: Ed Boyce l5Al and Clyde Burnett l2ll of
Glenwood go high off the ground in 1he opening sec-
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The reserve cheerleaders were: Enda Hughes, Elaine McAdams, Carol Diss, Sandy De-lap, ano Ruth Ann Bunron.
FRONT ROW Dennls Stewart Stan Maclag Make Gue Bob Sorensen Bull Roland Tom Retgle Gary Neel Steve Wuse Bob Jedel BACK ROW
Duck Whltmer Duck Funk Dennns Ross John Venuskl Jam Wahlla Gary Hannan Ken Hartwlck Ben Plerce Walt Vnertel Coach Don Cable
Kaseballers have rrfuglz sledding
Perrys fnrst baseball team whnch has been greatly hmdered Dy the absence of a tneld was made up of a group
of boys who had had ample expernence personally but lacked experlence as a team workung together as a single
unnt The team was coached by Don Cable who assisted them ln becornlng a unlt Durtng the l957 season they
played a lO game schedule, fnnlshlng with a 4 6 record
The 1958 season brought us a team who had ganned some of the expersence whlch they needed as a team
Stull being coached by Don Cable, they progressed further towards becoming a wlnnung team Durmg the 1958
season they played a lo game schedule, endlng with a 79 record
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KNEELING, left To right: Bill Crone, Bob Ludwig, Bruce Miller, Paul Wennzel, Jack McKinney, Ed Badenell, Joe Dunn, Jon Valesak, Bob Phillips,
Jeff Greenfelder, Ron Kaylor. STANDING: Coach Harry Hall, Mark Hross, Wade Blank, Don Smith, Gary Nist, William Harrison, Joe Dvorovy, Ed
Chaffin, Ron Sense, Kedric Wolfe, Jeff Tollin, Dan Foraker, Bill Scheub, Jim Syler.
Hindermcn make steady progress
Perry's Track team, which was greatly hindered during its T957 season by The absence of a home Track, made
a fairly good showing considering The fact That most of The boys had never participated in Track before. The Team
was coached by Harry Hall, who had The iob of explaining and Teaching The fundamentals of Track To The boys.
In The T957 season The Team participated in Three Triangular, one dual, and The county relays. They made a show-
ing in only Two of These. One being a Triangular meet in which They came in second ahead of Randolph and The
other being The county relays in which They came in ahead of East Canton and received honors in These events:
Kedric Wolfe, second, pole vault, Dan Foraker, fourth, AAO yard dash, Ron Sense, fourth, discus, Bruce Miller,
fifth, half mile.
'In The T958 season The Team managed To make a better showing, but was unable To come Through wiTh a vic-
tory. The Team, still being coached by Harry Hall, participated in Three Triangular, four dual, and The county relays
during This season. They earned honors in one dual meet and also The county relays. They made a good showing
in one dual meet, and came in ahead of Jackson and East Canton at The county relays in which they received These
honors: Ron Sense, first, discus, fourth, shotputg Kedric Wolfe, first, pole vault, fifth, high lump, Bruce Miller, fifth,
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FIRST ROW: Nancy Stevenson, Christie Pioch, Caroline Phillips, Paula Mariol, Dave Kaeser, Robbie Hoffman, Dave Essig, Dave Syler, Bill Davies,
Fran Boekel, Judy Hartwick, Joyce Thompson, Sue Whitmer, Diane Radtke. SECOND ROW: Marilyn George, Ruth Ann Bunton, Carol McCurdy,
Beth Booth, Connie Huff, Larry Ertle, Buddy Cole, Dick Palmer, Ray Hair, Gary Neel, Bob Snyder, Sandy Kohl, Judy Collins, Edie Blount, Linda
Collins. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Blackburn, Laurene Kambrick, Cathy Buchel, Peg Sichler, Jack McKinney, Mike Gue, John Sample, Dan Foraker,
Joe Burgess, Bill Daniels, Walter Wagner, Bob Sorensen, Karen Olden, Dee Anne Gordon, Jean Dilinger. FOURTH ROW: Polly Miller, Beth Hewer,
Sue Muster, Becky Wheller, Abbie Hoffman, Buzzy Lappin, Bill Roland, Dave Leist, Kedric Wolfe, Wade Blank, Tighe Hurless, Chuck Hinig, Bruce
Mize, Linda Husted, Judy Johnson, Virginia Rila, Cindy Lappin, Verneda Drain. '
Pictured above left to right in the Ensemble are: Polly Miller, Paula Mariol, Connie
Huff, Sue Muster, Linda Husted, Fran Boekel. Absent: Linda Hinnig.
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The freshman choir, directed by Miss Frances Miller, participated x
with all choirs in the Christmas concert and was a training group
for the A Cappella Choir.
The officers were: Phippip White, president, and Sandy Howell,
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the choir consists of 68 voices, 37 of which are seniors.
The activities of the A Cappella Choir include singing for all school
service assemblies, presenting a Christmas concert with the band and an
operetta or musical, participating in the Stark County Music Festival, going
to the district, county and state contests, and having a Spring Concert and
The 1958-1959 officers were: Wade Bland, president, Bill Roland, vice
president, and Caroline Phillips, secretary. Miss Frances Miller directs the
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The Glee Club participated in the Christmas concert with all choirs and
were a training group for A Cappella Choir. Miss Frances Miller directs the
The president of the club was Shelva Kinsinger, with Joanne Starkey
serving as secretary.
Pictured below are as follows, front row: Joanne Starkey, Janet Henderson, Nancy White,
Margene Pitts, Melinda Barnes. Second row: Shirley Millhorn, Karen Hurless, Donna Pflug,
Carolyn Bucher, Tammy Muster, Bernette Burch. Third row: Peg Sichler, Starr Breckenridge,
,Eleanor Mocher, Joan Steenrod, Karen Hershey, Shelva Kinsinger, Sue Muster, Betty Watkins.
FIRST ROW, left to right: Delores Nickels, Paula Foster, Judy Sample, Patty Carter,
Helen Burgess, Barbara Risher, Judy Handschurnacher, Becky Thomas, SECOND ROW:
Kathy Straw, Sandy Shimones, Marcella Hupp, Beth Toltz, Barbara Varn, Kathy Kraft,
Bonnie Byer, Cheryl Seward, Beverly Snyder. THIRD ROW: Carol Wade, Sharon Robin-
ette, Janet Cole, Carolyn Poling, Sandy Howell, Karen Harn, Kathy Renyolds, Sandy
Kinney, Margret Betz, Elaine Walters, Sue Delap, Sally Clauss. FOURTH ROW: Denny
Austin, Bill Harding, Bob Edwards, Phillip White, Larry Lippel, Jack Rice, Terry Heacock,
Ned Brown, Joe Kostlnik, James De Bula.
Left to rughf are Don SDllTTOTf Judy Rowley Gary Wxfschy Thaya Kuhn
BeNovv are le- ' to right Sandry Ury Vameda Dram and Steve Albers
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The Panthers Vlew rs Perry Highs non profnt
school newspaper whnch started three years ago
when Perry Hugh flrst opened Its doors to the stu
dents of Perry Townshlp
Under the guidance of Mr Pat Mattachuone the
Panthers View has been transformed from being
lust another school publlcatlon to a slick well
read anxiously awaxted newspaper
In nts flrst year of competition at the North East
ern Ohlo Scholastic Press Assoclatlon contest at
Kent State Unlverslty the Panthers View won sec
ond place nn the best newspaper of nts class cate
gory One of nts staffers Judy Rowley won a sec
ond place award nn the best feature category
Editor of the newspaper In 1956 57 was Nancy
Knnney She was succeeded by Ryllrs Rohrer In
T957 58 During the past school year The Panthers
Vnew was under the edutorshlp of Sensor John
Aslde from publlshlng the newspaper which
comes out twelve tlmes a year the staff sponsors
two dances a year One dance the Qubscrlbers
Bounce ns held only for those who hold subscrup
tlons to the newspaper Durlng the past two years
the free dance has been a masquerade ball The
other dance sponsored by The Panthers Vnew ns
trtled the Bermuda Sock Hop at whnch local or
chestras perform The proceeds of thus dance go
into the newspaper fund
Above, left to right, are Ron Kaylor, Steve Zaboll, and Joe Wrlght Below, left to rrght, are Carolune Phnllups, John Muster, Editor, and Pat F
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The Perry High yearbook staff had the trenwendous task of pro-
ducing the first annual for the school. Many of the ntentbers of
the staff had no iournalistic training and consequently the iob was
rnuch rnore difficult.
Planning for the yearbook began in March of T958 by Nlr.
Nlattachione and Mr. Burris who were designated by school officials
to advise publication of the book. Among the many things that
they were confronted with was the selection of a staff, the naming
of the book, and getting a contract with a contpany which would
print the "Clock,"
When this was cornpleted, a photographer, Troup and Pluto,
was designated the official photographer for the yearbook by the
senior class. All seniors agreed to have their pictures taken at Troup
and Pluto and in return the studio would take all other pictures
for the yearbook free of charge.
The first pictures were taken in the spring of the T957-58 school
Deadlines, identifications, quotations, all proved to be headaches
for the ntentbers of the editorial staff. For the business staff head-
aches enierged in the forni of difficulty in selling advertising to
nterchants who would supplenient the inconte for the book.
When every iob was conipleted, a sigh of relief cante up. The
sound, it is rumored, was even heard by fanted iournalist Horace
Sntith who has been dead for years.
Below, SEATED: Patsy Keister, M. Stroble, john Sgmple
Caroline Phillips, Joe Burgess STANDING: Gary Klohs
Terri, Terret lower left, SEATED: Nlarnl Wallace. STAND
lNG: Martha Ake, Cindy Lappin, Dee Ann Gordan, Vir
ginia Rila, Judy Engelmann, Steve Zaboii.
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burn, Mr. Robert Burris.
Below: Nancy Kinney, Joyce Thompson, Judy Johnson, Ron Sense, Ron Wagner
Dian Rosa, Barenadine Finnicorno
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Perry Hugh Schools tlrst football queen Miss Nancy Kunney was escorted by Ron Sense at the halt time of the
Sandy Valley game on October 25 1957 at Central Catholic stadlum lmmedlately preceeding the game a parade
sponsored by the Panthers Vnevv led a motorcade from Perry Hugh School to Central stadium IH honor of Nancy
Her attendants were elghth grade Sue Delap freshman Sandy Mathlas sophomore Cindy Trace lunlor Dee Ann
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To her Throne clurung The half trme cre
momes of The Elyrna Rndgevulle game
BELOW The Pxgskln Prom was held sn honor
of the 1958 football queen and her court In
Perry Hugh Schools gymnasium LEFT TO RIGHT
Peggy Zimmer Sophomore Sue Vance Senlor
Shelva Kmslnger Jumor Sally Clauss Freshman
CENTER Mass Marnn Wallace Sensor
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By a vote from the whole student body, Miss Jo Ann Uhose was elected Perry High's first basketball queen. Miss
Uhose was notified of her reign at the mid-garne festivities of the Perry-East Canton game. Crowned by John
Muster, president ofthe National Honor Society which sponsored the activity, Miss Uhose burst into tears when she
found out that she won the honor. On March 13, the queen and her court were guests of honor at the National
Honor Society's Dance, Rhapsody in Blue.
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1251 Mules Ave S W Canton
3193 Roosevelt Druve W Massullon
4609 17th St N W Canton
223 Zern Ave S E Massullon
815 Woodlawn Ave N W Canton
808 27th St N E Massullon
1236 Brooklyn Ave S W Canton
225 Oneuda Ave N W Canton
5701 12th St N W Canton
411 Genoa Rd N Massullon
1125 Mules Ave S W Canton
122 Suppo St S W Canton
4920 Barrue St N W Canton
4550 Bracken St S W Canton
4747 Navarre Rd S W Canton
3182 Wuldwood S E Massullon
6145 Navarre Rd S W Canton
169 Roosevelt Druve W Massullon
6858 Navarre Rd S W Massullon
765 Delverne Ave S W Canton
4901 Brownung Rd S W Canton
R D i154 Massullon
226 Elmwood Ave S E Massullon
1100 Franklun Ave S W Canton
3550 S Canton Massullon Rd Massullon
5035 17th St S W Canton
4425 Baunach St N W Canton
722 Elwood Ave S W Canton
6280 Bosford Ave S W Navarre
4902 13th St S W Canton
145 Anna Ave N W Canton
Genoa Rd N Massullon
R D 9164 Massullon
210 Saratoga Ave N W Canton
135 Belle St N Massullon
5777 Nave St S W Canton
700 Clark St N E Massullon
R D 9954 Cooludge St Massullon
6450 Navarre Rd S W Navarre
3576 Erue Ave S W Massullon
5418 Shepler Church Rd Navarre
450017th St N W Canton
173 Roosevelt Druve W Massullon
1532 Dunkeuth Druve N W Canton
1609 Ambrose Ave N W Canton
810 Jefferson Ave N W Canton
177 Crescent Rd S E Massullon
4666 Seventh St N W Canton
5454 Snyder Rd Canton
4762 Navarre Rd S W Canton
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4464 Navarre Rd S W Canton
303 Elmwood Ave S E Massillon
3806 Mollane Ave Massillon
711 Whipple Rd S W Canton
5258 Shepler Church Rd Canton
1202 Delverne Ave S W Canton
239 Elmwood Ave S E Masslllon
244 Pershung Ave N E Masslllon
1449 Bordner Ave S W Canton
1414 Manor Ave S W Canton
3533 Mollane Ave Massillon
5202 Lnncoln Way E Massillon
146 Genoa Rd S Masslllon
5219 Tyner St N W Canton
1532 lsler Rd N W Canton
Genoa Rd S Massnllon
Genoa Rd S Masslllon
2667 Saratoga Ave S W Canton
1350 Dunkenth Drave N W Canton
735 Elwood Ave S W Canton
5120 North lndustry Rd Canton
5242 14th St S W Canton
134 Saratoga Ave N W Canton
1310 Brooklyn Ave S W Canton
621 Genoa Rd N Massillon
4099 North Industry St S W Canton
5475 North Industry Rd Canton
217 Whipple Rd N W Canton
1313 Bordner Ave S W Canton
6969 Klnck Rd S W Massnllon
1151 Delverne Ave S W Canton
185 Anna Ave N W Canton
327 Stewart Ave S E Massillon
1601 Jefferson Ave N W Canton
315 Leonard Ave N E Massillon
208 Harding Ave N E Massillon
4861 Seventh St N W Canton
5990 Rlchvllle Dr S W Navarre
4819 Barrie St N W Canton
222 Kolp Ave N Masslllon
140 Roosevelt Druve E Massnlon
Mlles Ave S W Canton
Aurora Blvd N W Canton
Mules Ave S W Canton
Emma Pl N W Canton
Emma Pl N W Canton
North lndustry St S W Canton
Slppo Ave S W Canton
Barley Rd N E Massillon
222 Falrlawn Ave S E Massillon
1256 Franklln Ave Canton
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6230 Bosford St S W Navarre
3206 Lynch Rd S E Masslllon
3049 Roosevelt Dnve W Massrllon
1427 Bordner Ave S W Canton
226 Lnnway St N E Massillon
1325 Delverne Ave S W Canton
2725 Sixth St
173 Mt Marne
129 Llnvvay St
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6100 Bosford St S W Navarre
4819 Surmay Dr S W Canton
3152 Roosevelt Drlve E Masslllon
3415 Meadow Brook Drrve Massnllon
S Canton Massillon Rd Masslllon
530 Genoa Rd N Massillon
5369 Shepler Church Rd Canton
5930 North Industry St S W Canton
320 Llnvvay St N E Masslllon
227 Roxbury Ave N E Massnllon
Shepler Church Rd R D 4451 Navarre
Slnglng Brook Drlve Massillon
5500 Snyder Rd S W Canton
300 Leonard Ave S E Massillon
181 Anna Ave N W Canton
4441 Emma Pl N W Canton
Stark Avenue R D 9654 Massrllon
3139 State St Ext Massillon
5372 Shepler Church Rd Canton
223 Avrs Ave Massillon
5031 Surmay Dr S W Canton
4075 Kropf Rd S W Canton
308 Allen Ave N E Masslllon
5101 Surmay Dr S W Canton
1428 Jefferson Ave N W Canton
4918 Yukon Ave N W Canton
320 Lynch Rd Massillon
5042 Barrle St N W Canton
218 Marlon Ave N Massnllon
2430 Swlss Ave S W Canton
2430 Swlss Ave S W Canton
4551 11th St N W Canton
4662 13th St S W Canton
221 Genoa Rd S Masslllon
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1665 Dunkelth Dr N W Canton
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3139 Crescent Dr Massillon
4456 16th St N W
2107 Perry Rd S W Canton
1706 Woodlawn Ave N W Canton
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prom, "The Touch of Venus." A1 the prom is Starr Breckenridge with her date, Ruih Ann Thompson and Dave Miller. Dave Lazor proudly displays his
cafch. MC'ing at the senior pep rally is Wade Blank. John Frenz fakes his own picture. Linda Riordan attempis to kill Jean Dillinger. Ben Pierce models
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Congratulations, '59 Graduates
Sept 6 Perry opened its doors to 866 eager l?J students.
captured their first football win, downing
13. Oct 25 the first issue of the school paper,
View," came out.
1 No more sack lunches! The cafeteria officially began
operations. Students elected the 1956-1957 class officers.
Panthers gridders ended the season with a 2-6 record. Nov
13-14 Supt. C. M. Watson directed the first of Perry's musical
minstrels, the profits were given to the Athletic Association.
Nov 19 Parents attended open house, attended 8 minute
jj s. Nov 21 "View" sponsored the "Subscriber's Bounce"
om 7:30 to 10:30 in Genoa's gym.
Dec 1 56-44 win over Navarre began a 15 game basketball
season. Massillon Amvets presented the new school with its
first flag and flagpole. Dec 10 Board of Education approved
construction bids for the completion of the school. Dec 14
"Silver Bells" pealed at Genoa for students who attended the
Jan 25 Students registered during homeroom period and
selected courses for the next school year. Jan 30 Supt. Charles
M. Watson died of a heart ailment. Jan 31 Sixty-three students
made Perry's' first honor roll, 803 others explained to mom
"why" they didn't make it.
Feb. 11 The Board of Education memorialized Supt. Watson
by naming a grade school after him. Feb 14 "Sweethearts
Swing" at sophomore-sponsored Valentine dance. Feb 17
Perry ended its cage season with an overtime victory over
Canton South 48-43. Season record was 10-6. Feb 18 The 7th
graders attended full day sessions for the first time.
March 11 The 8th grade won two trophies. The cheerleaders
captured the sectional cheerleading trophy, the cagers earned
the district consolation trophy. March 14 The Perry High Key
Club was organized, linked with Kiwanis International. March
28 The Genoa Community Guild accepted student-suggested
name of "Perry Heights"' for renaming of Genoa.
April 1 Faculty iudges select 1957-1958 cheerleaders. April
6 Thirty-nine biology students spent the day in Pittsburgh.
1956 1957 Continued
May 16 Perry downed four foes In furst track season May 17
Final dance Moonlnght Sonata was held at Whlpple May
21 In a year of many flrsts another furst took place as the
award wnnners In all the mayor sports were honored at the
furst annual Sports Award Banquet May 28 Vacatlon time
1 957 1 958
Sept 4 Constructnon of school neared completnon 856 students
began the second year at Perry Sept 7 Panther Band made
debut In the football prevnew at Massillon stadium Sept 13
Perry eleven bowed to North Canton In season opener
Oct 9 Adult Booster Club sponsored a Benefnt Party and
Style Show for the Athletnc Fund
Nov Perrys furst football queen Mass Nancy Kunney was
crowned during halftlme at the Perry Sandy Valley game In
which the Cardlnals were downed 13 12 Perry wrapped up
Its football season wnth a 2 5 record The new class otfncers
for 1957 1958 were chosen
Nov 21 22 Funders Creepers the lunnor class play
haunted audlences on a two nught run Nov 27 The second
annual Subscrnbers Bounce was held under the classlfucatnon
of a masquerade ball Sherry Bradley and Gary Nust were
Mlss and Mr Perry wuth Linda Wallace and Nancy Blank
wmnmg costume awards
Dec The Perry Panthers opened their 1957 basketball season
on a Ioslng note to the Glenwood Eagles by the score of 43
38 Dec 21 December Dream the first formal dance at
PHS was held under GAA sponsorshlp No January actlvmes
Panthers fmushed third ID the Stark AA basketball league by
whnpplng the East Canton Hornets 57 48 Feb 14 The Sweet
heart Swlng a semnformal was held In the gym to hugh
lrght Valentunes Day
March 11 The Irbrary doors at Perry opened offlclally to all
students and teachers March 18 19 Perry presented Its second
annual munstrel filled wuth fun surprlses and mmrth March
27 Seventeen lunlors were inducted Into Perry Highs chapter
of the Natronal Honor Socuety They all were charter members
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I957-I 958 Continued
April 3 The Bermuda Sock Hop started the month off in swing-
ing style with Count Jenkins and his orchestra. To the victor
belongs the spoils-and Stan Maciag was the victor of a
heated senior class officers campaign and election as he be-
came Perry's first senior class president. April I8, I9 Perry's'
first operetta, "Miss Cherry Blossom" was presented by the
A Cappella Choir. April I9 "View" placed third in NE Ohio
at Kent Clinic in school newspaper ratings
May I6 Perry s first prom was highlighted by a Grecian theme
decor and featured a dinner and a movie after the dance
May 23 Pop Panthers identity the best kept secret around
Perry was revealed in the last issue of the View along
with the smiling face of Pop Ron Sense May 28 The school
year came to a close and sunburn season began
I 958 I 959
Sept 3 Perry began classes as a full fledged high school with
its first senior class Sept I2 The footballers played their first
home game in their own newly erected stadium Canton North
took the nod 8 0 Sept I9 Panthers get their first pigskm win
of the year trouncing Dennison 33 I4
Oct 3 The first senior football queen of Perry High Miss
Marni Wallace and her court were chosen and revealed at a
Key Club sponsored pep rally Panthers dumped Elyria Rangers
24 I4 The View published its first edition of the year
promising a bigger paper and a supplement magazine
Scholastic Roto The annual staff was rolling gathering
knowledge and experience rather than moss laying out plans
for Perrys first yearbook The new Pop Panther mystified 84I
Perrites Oct IO Gndders smeared Marlington Dukes 380
Oct I7 Feathers flew as the Panthers plucked the Glenwood
Eagles 29 I6 Oct 20 The Future Business Leaders of America
were organized consisting of 30 seniors Oct 2I The National
Quill and Scroll granted a charter to Perry Oct 24 Jackson
posted an I8 I3 Nun over Perry Oct 30 The Future Nurses
Club was organized guided by the advisor Mr R C Burris
Nov I Panthers blasted Navarre 42 0 in a cold wet drizzle
Nov 4 Junior High Bond Issue was voted down operating
levy passed Underclassmen elected their class officers for the
I958 I959 school year Nov 7 Perry ended its grid season
with a 30 0 loss to Lehman posted a 5 4 record for the season
Nov I3 I4 Male and Female Slave Days created a panic as
the girls and then the boys dictated merciless commands
Nov I4 View FHA co sponsored the second annual mas
querade ball Nov 2I 22 Senior class presented Its Great
to be Crazy a farcical 3 act comedy under the direction of
Mr Frank Johnston
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Three hundred and thirty-four students swelled the newly-
formed Perry Booster Club. Dec 17 The concert band and the
A Cappella Choir combined to present their annual Christmas
concert. Dec 20 The gym inherited a 9-foot papier-mache
snowman, made by the GAA, for the "December Dream."
Jan 6-15 A two-week exam schedule commences, to the
dismay of not a few. Jan 22 Quill and Scroll tapped 21 charter
members in a candle-light induction service conducted by the
Stagelighters, and club advisor, Mr. Pat F. Mattachione. Jan
24 "View" sponsored the second annual Bermuda Sock Hop,
with the-Flat Tops furnishing the music. Jan 28 Yearbook init-
iated the photogenic contest for yearbook King and Queen.
The 8 fjnalist pictures were sent to "Big" Wilson for the selec-
tion of the royalty.
Feb Mr. Campbell, chemistry teacher, organized Saturday
Chemistry classes for extracurricular chemistry work. Feb 3
The Perry Panthers captured the coveted Stark County Class
AA basketball league championship by rolling over the Sandy
Valley Cardinals, 69-50. Feb 4 School spirit in the form of
yells and cheers vibrated the school auditorium in a spon-
taneous pep rally, celebrating the winning of the AA league
championship. Feb 6 The Panthers close their basketball season
with an 11-8 record. The sophomores hired KYW disc iockey,
Dick Reynolds, to spin records at the annual Valentine dance,
"The Heart Beat."
March 5, 6 Juniors presented their class play, "Our Miss
Brooks," under the direction of Miss Smith. March 13 The first
basketball queen, Miss JoAnn Uhose, is crowned at the
"Rhapsody in Blue," a dance held in honor of her and her
court by the National Honor Society. March 17, 18 The Perry
High School auditorium was filled with laughter and ioy once
again as the third annual minstrel came to the township, with
its cut-ups, capers, and iokes.
April 4 A one-act play, "Our Town," was presented by the
Stagelighters. April 23, 24 The annual operetta, this year
entitled "Campus Daze," added to the spring festivities.
May 7 The iuniors gave the seniors their 2nd prom, a formal
dance held in the gym. May 24 The seniors attended bacca-
laureate, and took the first step in becoming alumni. May 26
Graduation marked the most important step forward to the
graduating seniors, and indicated the achievement of the
long-awaited ultimate goal, which was set the first day Perry's
doors opened on that September morning in 1956.
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