Perry High School - Clock Yearbook (Massillon, OH)

 - Class of 1964

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Oliver Hazard Perry was born at South Kingston, Rhode Island, August 23, 1785. He studied in private schools and in 1799 became a midshipman in the U. S. Navy. He first served under his father in the West Indies during the naval war with France. He also served bravely on the Nautilus in the Tripoli- tan Wars in the Mediterranean. In 1807, he was appointed a lieutenant and was in charge of the construction of gunboats at Newport for two years. He was next given command of the '4Revenge," but in 1811 the boat ran aground and was lost. During the war of 1812, Perry was sent to join Commander Isaac Chauncey at Sackett's Harbor on Lake Erie. The British were in domi- nant force here. When he was attacked by the British, his flagship, the f'Lawrence,'7 was al- most completely destroyedg so he transferred to the 4'Niagra.7' In a little more than fifteen minutes, Perry had defeated the British fleet and had won control of Lake Erie. It was dur- ing this battle that Perry sent his now-famous message, '4We have met the enemy and they are oursf, Soon after this victory, he was pro- moted to captain. Perry's Lake Erie victory was one of the most brilliant victories in United States Naval Histo1'y. It raised Perry to hero status, and towns, cities, counties and townships were named after him . . . Perryis naval career ran into hardship dur- ing a cruise on the lVlediterranean Q1816-18175 . He ran into trouble with a marine officer, Cap- tain John Heath. Both were court-martialed and received private reprimands by the commodore of the squadron. Later the two fought a duel in which neither was injured, Perry declined to fire. In lVIay 1819, Perry was given command of a small fleet going to South America. While on the Orinoca River in Venezuela, he fell ill with yellow fever and died a few days later. He was buried at Port of Spain in Trinidad on August 23, 1819. 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Q iMSa'K-6 2 VI- 54 2 KQKKQ rf K9 1 3 'SK 'T ff '-' ' ., :KV Q if vi l 522 fo ni ra c. , Q 'aff-'K ff-K -3KI.f1Kiv an' L., 'H ,CDV OK QI K K'-'41 'U F' .rt K , D., gg U, ,IZ 'D 5.18 .g,u E eg . .... 4 K K VK K .K 'F Q SNKQ1 6 K, 4. . ' K K5 .1 ff , 1, ' ' I f1i,T5K K I, , is fES . w 5 , . K .sq .. .. . 122. K an 21 i '-. .KH K E? Ji 23, Qq,-mKQ . 1, I Si 0 CQ KAQK' ,H ,dc XV Ng V.-C2 ,lm 3 wQVg.,U2 :5,wwMiV ,101 :'.:'.,,-S, l IK MVK Ki 'ol 0 Q o fn. 'o 1, .ez -SKK: U EKK-u,-,-,.,2w UK -GV. '-'1 V2 ,Q,V.'O.kf s - Acknowledgments - Any professional historian will tell the reader that his task is a difficult one. Not only must he collect data from the various sources that are available K journalistic accounts, letters, personal interviews, books, documents, etc. j, they must be substantiated to the best of his ability. For above all, facts must be the pre- vailing consideration in any history. Most of what has been included in this his- tory, has been sifted from books which are available at the Canton Public Library. How- ever, Mrs. Pearl Needham, teacher at Richville school, and Mr. Clyde Cates, principal at Rich- ville school, have offered The Clock valuable information that is included herein. We wish to thankthem for their contributions. Mrs. Jean Mowbray has permitted us to use a .valuable book on the history of Stark County from her private collection. We wish to thank her. Acknowledgement must also be given to Ron Waltz and jim Bowling whose artwork en- hances the introduction to this publication. Ron also designed the cover. Both Ron and lim are graduating seniors at Perry High. Wuhan' Originally, plans included the use of photo- graphs in the introductory section of the book. Many were received from Elmer Fierstos, George Mauger and the Whipple family. But because we limited the history of Perry Town- ship to its early days, photographs were out of the question since the camera was not in use fcommerciallyj during the early part of the 19th Century, the focal point of our story. And finally, a word must be said of all the students who worked on the 1964 Q-git: A more enthusiastic, exhuberant, and creative group never graced a QQ1-Q staff. The editors, especially, were the individuals who are re- sponsible for this book. Untold, often thank- less, hours go into publications work. These students seldom hear the praise that they so rightly deserve. Their part in the school pro- gram is just as important as any extracurricular activity whether it be football, basketball, Key Club, GAA or Future Nurses. Naturally, we think that their role in the school program is most important. If we didnlt think that, we wouldn't be advisors of The Clock, the best year- book in Ohio. ferry E21 Wrzship - ,ilu arly flisfrfry nf a Qvrward-E00 ing Krfmmurzify BREAKING THE WILDERNESS "I hear the tread of pioneers Of nations yet to beg The first low wash. of waves Where soon shall roll a human sea! The elements of the empire here Are plastic yet, and warm, The chaos of a mighty world Is rounding into form! '4Little can the young people of the present day appreciate the toils, hardships, and pri- vations of the early pioneers of any country. At the day that these sturdy men settled here the country was a dense wilderness, inhabited by Indians and all manner of wild beasts. The log cabin ,... chinked with mud, with its puncheon floor, greased paper window, and mud and stick chimney, afforded the best habi- tation for these brave adventures. Their furni- ture was of the rudest kind, often manufactured with axe, saw, and auger. Their clothing was of the coarsest material, of homespun flax and wool, warm and durable, and at that day fashionable. But the times have changed. In place of the log hut we find the more im- posing frame, brick, or stone structure, ofttimes the palatial mansion, surrounded by trees, shrubs, and flowers. The dense forests have given place to orchards of delicious fruit and fields of golden grain. Cities and villages have sprung into being, and noisy crowds throng the marts of business, where once the wild beast roamed unmolested, or perchance the amphib- ious frog rendered the night air vocal with his croakings. In short, a howling wilderness has been transformed into a garden of civilization and beauty. uBut by what instrumentality has this change been wrought? The answer is found in the spirit of adventure and enterprise that characterized our early settlers. 4'What heroism, what perils, then! I-low true of heart and strong of hand, How earnest, resolute, these pioneer menln H. . . In their lives was illustrated the prin- ciple that the absolute needs of men are few. All honor to these brave adventurers the pioneer heroes! Let their exploits, their industry, their spirit of enterprise and self-denial, be recorded on the page of history, as an example worthy of emulation by the present and future genera- rations."1 IL. I-I. Everts, New Historical Atlas of Stark County Ohio Illustrated fPhiladelphiaf L. H. Everts and Company, 18751, 26. ? f Perry Zvwnshhr - jllfl Surly History Years before Ohio became a state, Lake Sippo was a favorite area where Indians liked to fish and hunt. It was neutral ground where Indians would meet yearly to exchange prisoners. Lake Sippo, however, was not the size that it is todayg its boundaries fingered from the highlands of the northern section of the township to where Richville is today. Later, when the area became a part of the Western Reserve, the boundary of the United States, for a while, stopped at the Tuscarawas River in what today is known as Massillon. Be- yond the Tuscarawas was Indian territory. U Perry Township, although not yet named so, was the West to which the Easterner referred. As late as January 21, 1785, the Treaty of Fort Mclntosh, and August 3, 1775, the Treaty of Grenville, such was the case. A temporary gov- ernment was established for Ohio in 1787 with the passing of the Northwest Ordinance. The beginnings of Perry Township were now taking shape. Lands Ordered Surveyed In 1800 lands east of the Tuscarawas River were ordered surveyed and were thrown into the market for sale. Although Ohio became a state in 1803, the Indian title to this land was not canceled until 1809, but still the Indians clung to the land of their forefathers and traded furs for the white man's firewater. Two young unidentified men, in the spring of 1807, with a horse and covered wagon, loaded with provisions, blankets, and rifles, followed the old Indian trail fassumed to be Route 30j on the plains west of Canton to the Tuscarawas River. On numerous occasions they had to ford streams which were high in order to get to their ultimate destination which is now assumed to be the center of Massillon. At this timerthere still were no white men's cabins west of the Tuscarawas. Difficulties are Many Besides sometimes hostile Indians, the set- tlers in Perry Township had other problems. Wolves, foxes, and bears harassed the pioneers with regularity. Roads were simply nothing more than mere footpaths made by Indians. Streams became rivers that had to be forded. Carts broke down in mud that became quick- sand. But the settlers came. 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Stories were told that the only thing that stopped the Whizzing of the axe was the dismal howling of the wolf or the far- off screech of the hungry panther. Finally, families carrying household goods moved into the area. The mills were built, towns were laid outg and merchants brought in their stores. -The building of Perry Township was now really on its way. War of 1812 Then came war-the War of 1812. Indians and the British teamed up and fought the Americans. In 1813 harassment by the Indians to many of the citizens of Stark County caused hardships that were not eliminated until years later. Groceries were abominably expensive. Tea, coffee and salt, were difficult to obtaing to obtain a small quantity of salt, Jacob Perry Cvwnshizf -.-.An farly History Grounds, living in the Tuscarawas Valley, walked fifteen miles to a clearing east of Zoar, got a tin cup full of the scarce commodity and walked back againg he was as happy as though he had received a whole sack of salt. Commo- dities grown by the settlers could not be sold. A bushel of Wheat, when it could be sold, re- turned 121Q cents, most of which was saved to pay taxes. No longer could these settlers bar- ter, the only thing that would bring another commodity was money, and that was next to impossible to acquire. The forest, the field and the flock substituted for ready-made ara ticles. Women could not enjoy what little com- forts of home that they had, they too had to earn their keep. It was not an oddity to see a woman rolling logs, and burning the brush. With the War of 1812 also came the man for whom Perry Township was named, Com- modore Oliver Hazard Perry who was vic- torious in the Battle of Lake Erie. Perry Town- ship was organized into a distinct district on December 7, 1813 by the County Commis- sioners, J. Latimer, H. Eberhard, and W. Fogle, An election for township officials was held in a little log cabin in Section 16 lsee mapj owned by a Benjamin Meek. Since no official records of the ,township are available until 1824, identity of these officials is unknown. Thomas Rotch A prominent figure during this time was Thomas Botch. Rotch and his wife Charity migrated to the area from New Bedford, Mas- sachussetts in 1812. He harnessed Sippo Creek and used its power to establish the first industry in the area, a woolen factory and a saw mill. Botch has many accomplishments to his credit: he ran the first store in Perry Township, he and his wife established the first school, he was the first postmaster West of Canton. He laid out the village of Kendall, now part of Massillon in the Spring Hill Farm area. Besides his industrial and business interests, Rotch raised Spanish merino sheep which were driven to the area from Hartford, Con- necticut, after being transported to the area from Spain in 1803. One of these sheep, owned later by Mr. William Dickenson won a silver cup in competition in Baltimore, it was judged the best in the show from all parts of the United States. Actually this is the first rec- ord of any national competition won by an Ohioan. The Hardy Pioneers Most of the individuals who settled in this area, settled in Perry Township to farm the rich, fertile soil. With these settlers came in- dividualistic, hardy pioneer stock like Massum Metcalf. He enjoyed the open air, and sparsely populated area for several years, when the area began to get more settlers, he left saying, "The country is too thickly settledg I must go Where I cannot see the smoke of my neighbor's chim- ney, nor hear the bark of his dogf, James Duncan In 1822, as business still stagnated, immi- gration almost ceased, discouragement per- vaded the whole township, land values decreased at a fast clip. Because of the horrible condi- tions, one individual- built a flatboat on the Tuscarawas River, loaded it with flour, whis- key, and potatoes, and set off for the New Orleans market by way of the Tuscarawas, the Muskingum, the Ohio and, finally, the Missis- sippi. Fortunately, he did not have to make the whole journey, he sold the boat and all of its commodities in Cincinnati. With his sale cul- minated, he walked back to Perry Township where he lived his remaining days. The man's name-James Duncan. Mr. Duncan figured prominently in seeing that the Ohio Canal passed through Perry Township on the eastern side of the Tuscarawas River on its journey from Cleveland to Portsmouth. He also was responsible for the laying out of a town along the canal,s route. The town was Massillon, and it gets its name, as suggested by Mrs. Duncan, who was somewhat of a Francophile, from Jean Baptiste Massillon, a celebrated Roman Catholic French Bishop of the days of Louis XIV. Robert Owen's Effect In 1824 the socialistic and humanitarian writings of Robert Owen made a great impact on some of the residents of the township. Resi- dents of Stark and Portage counties pooled their resources and purchased two thousand acres of SNR As population in the area increased, law and order came to the area. The first justice of the peace in Perry Township was a Francis Smith. land from the estate of Thomas Rotch so that they could create a so-called communistic com- munity. The group was reinforced by 28 New Yorkers who wished to participate in the ex- periment. But because of the poor business con- ditions of the times, the venture was not a suc- cess. Since they could not make their payments for the acreage, the group gave up its struggle and sold the holdings to James Duncan, Arvine Wales, and Alexander Skinner who divided it into town lots. Johnny Appleseed The first orchard planted in Stark County and Perry Township was planted by Jonathan Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed Chapman, who received his nickname from his going through the country and asking for apple seeds at each so that he could plant them. Sup- posedly, the first orchard was planted on the Daum farm which was located on the south side of the Canton-Massillon Roadf Route 30j, probably located between Zern and Genoa Road. E0 WLING 1"'xk.L 1 fe-- fr-fx x-WJ' N 1 Q .1 QU Xwkl ' 1 ll 1 0 N Q fr X ki A K 1 N0 l 1 '-v' rf fa.. I-.ts-.N,' ,.:g Q-X Xl X-1 , , Ja h? ' J. ' ' X s 4 lv ,. X -:F x ' " A ' 1 x N X K , 3 1 f is e ,f f ' f lie? V" XXV'-1 1. 9 1 QQ . K 1 Pb? X x 1?.131lllw?l1l1 1 1 f -41 C, vX1x'Y,1W1 . 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BOWL ING Jonathan Chapman, better known as Johnny located south of the Canton-Massillon Road Appleseed, planted the first apple orchard in fRoute 30j. The orchard was possibly located Perry Township on the Daum farm which was between Zern and Genoa Road. I6 1 1 1 Perry Cawnshzp - ,414 Surly J-listargf The Stumps and the Houcks Also figuring prominently in the beginnings of Perry Township were the Stumps and the I-Ioucks. Frederick Stump and his wife Mar- garet moved to Stark County in the spring of 1808. He built a log cabin where he and his wife gave birth to ten of their eleven children. During those early days, sources state that Stump, on occasion, went to Cleveland to have some grain ground. It took a week for the trip. During one of his journeys, Indians came to the cabin, and Mrs. Stump, alarmed by their presence, gave them half a sack of meal. Shortly they returned, Mrs. Stump thought they had come for the rest of the meal. Instead, they left a dressed deer. Of the eleven Stump children, Levi remained on the farm and, because of his frugality and resourcefulness, continued the success of his father. Levi became one of the first horticulturists in the county, and the first The simple, austere, and rough hewn meeting place of the Society of Friends in Kendall served two purposes: this is where the Quakers Q ff- 'fir' V item A XR -. 4- mt- individual in the 'county who specialized in growing small fruits. In 1871 he built one of the grandest residences in Stark County, a 21 room house and lived the life of a gentleman farmer. The property is still in the same family, and the home still stands as one of the land- marks of Richville. With the building of the Ohio Canal in 1828, traffic to Massillon from the East grew heavy, and the taverns along the route could not handle it. 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A iii 1 f 'iaifgg' ,, z ,i Perry Coufnslzrv - ,ilu Stab J-fzstary A 5' -159' A A A JQZ LSKQ Although the reader does not realize it, he is 1 fl K s familiar with the names of many of theqearly y 4, is iw an . Q, V .V A ,..- settlers of Perry Township, for many of the gfflir ' 1 . A M Wi-Q"' , streets are named after them. Listed below are 'agarose f 'A y - - , -62133. rf ' ,.Lfi5i'23-" ii some of the more familiar. P we U, -,E . 9 Name Settled Birthplace Occupation fi A A gg N . 1 li W 4 Q ' A Albright, Henry 1862 Germany Farmer X UI, if wh up p Bordner, Hamman 1844 Ohio " fbi' if ' A .r . Doll, Benjamin 1857 Ohio U " ' A itio f y Graber, Peter 1854 France H ,, in L-, T s f I4 Foltz, Ephraim 1856 Ohio Carpenter A Miller, William 1827 Ohio Farmer gj. 1. ix 'Y' Nave, Lester 187414 Indiana Teacher 51 s i 'A Snively, A. D. 1850 Ohio " f bu- km . ""' 'V Vi Shidler, U. W. 1859 Pa. Farmer iyccy Q, 3t p 552 1 , Shuler,,loseph 1852 France Saw Mill ' gow, H' tj' Whipple, Thomas 1840 Ohio Farmer A 5 fini? Ffii Ya 'r l 1 'rj , rk. Y X: 1- 2 1:22. Z" .f-. N liwl A fri K Q gr s Q, Vfy E lg .41 3 -. .ga 1 J .X 5 fi, a.i. ? ' ,f ir 553 ,S N H 1 .Q 1 1 N is is , it i'ig5'f?ffi'l'A1Z1fE5fr5.,Q1- 4 " . ' Y 'Y , ' iii rf' ,fil,f'C.!iiIx'l-j - , c eir'i is 'Sr f Cf ' 'O' , , l' ,Z f X gf, 1 5 fl ff? if if iafffb r Aw L 'l , 1' rg ' 4 ,f ' 5 if K 3 ' t A f , ' " .5 A iff' ,, if fxlV,l.,i' ,X L,?j,fzf"V g 'LQ 1 M , l. If ' ,, 2 ui A ' rufxktj, fi f j jf? 1' f" fl 'J f r W 7 fy ' ' fp ,ffl 1 fb , fir A ef 1 'I fi fu' "5 fn: 'I' 1,7 K ihQ'- if i l,f,"1' ff' .J-. I,-A! M' af Q. I V 13' X 2 L!,V.,,!'fHJ 246112, Q e. ,my gi bln! xx, 'X' l' ' 'if A if .1 ll lv, 1 Q 1 it fin if 5 ,. ,swf U ' " ff 'U tr "1 ,CEM ., ,I I f'1,1f le' " L '11 'r fl -sw ,f ff I 35 ,V if l 1 , Levi Stump became one of the' most successful farmers in Perry Township. His home, built in 1871 still stands and is owned by the Stump family. Because of the many streams in the area, bridges were built. Toll bridges were common until free bridges were built. 1 F I , fr' l 'K if af A Ferry Schrwls llrzzfy Krfrrzrrzurzity Ancestry, culture, heritage and a history- these exist here in Perry Township. The ex- ternal features have erodedg new things have been added, old things have almost been for- gotten or destroyed-yet there remains an air of the past, a typicality evident in few other areas of the United States in the past or in the present. Like the flavor of vintage wine the areas offerings have mellowed over the years. The roots are of the past and are still firmly planted in the fragrant spacious acres and rural furrows of the township. Never has there been a rural community more reflective of the tem- po, and the temperament of the times. And throughout its development, from infancy to young adulthood, one of the most unifying and typical elements has been the evolvement of the schools. The early history of schools in Perry Town- ship is nehulous, for records of school pro- ceedings are not available until the first school hoard was created in 1853. These records, with the exception of minutes of meetings at the turn of the century, are available at the Perry Local Board of Education office. TTL-fx! 7, XJ, Q 4, , ,fy ,Q-gT,, H are of lf fray 2 f lit ll, " - 'f' 'N ' tix fylll-lx , f r rr V'-'l5l5l'lfl,rf2! if i ' 5 fy KW it ga ' - f f 'sss 1 611 wt. :rj-ff' , -W N it ff TF ,I11w,!' , fe'f1?5ZeemW11'f"9Jg7 e A ' ty!-is 4' yf, , - ff. Q y -t 1 I' '1 .. gx wj - ' K " ' ,Z V ,X V Z. A ij f W , .AV t 5 .o o it llll lxll ' F' for 'cet -l ' I 5 I 3 gi' 5 , A, 'fy , -E. Q Vi Q' i N N H Q r 1 t 1: , rt" .L t r if 'Wag gf .il f .tr .X 1- QE--. t'lld."'1:'T .,i......t I T , - I . 1 La.-is lil ll, rl Q is if ff K af- ryr- Qt 'rf 2 or Y ' mt ' r ' str ea a sian .g i -- 1 N it Q1 f ffff: , i , ' I '9l?l fl iltsldl' A ' iii' DZ , fmt - fe- Joel'-NG .. "' LW 'Q-. 'ff W w 1 Charity Rotch School, located in the northwest- ern section of the county, was the first vo- cational school in Stark County, and Ohio. Board records indicate that there had been at one time in the Township's history a segre- gated school for N egroes: where it was located is not indicated in the minutes. auf as Well as in Fas! 51715 However, sources state that the first school in Perry Township coincided with the organi- zation in 1813 of the first religious society west of Canton, the uKendall Preparative Meeting of the Society of Friendsf, The school was located in Massillon near the Spring Hill Farm area. Besides being the house of worship the Quaker meeting house was also to be the school. The first teacher was William Mott who was a young Quaker of limited education. Realizing this, he quit teaching and turned his job over to a Cyrus Spink, a very capable man who con- tinued at the profession until he was in his seventies. The schools were supported, not by taxes, but by tuition. Public, or common schools as they were known, did not come into existence until 1825. James W. Lathrop, a representative to the Ohio legislature from Canton, sponsored a bill which provided for free public education through the levying of taxes. The first tax levied was one-half of one mill and it met with great resentment on the part of the tax- payers. A milestone in the history of Ohio education occurred in 1829 with the opening of Charity Rotch School in Kendall which was still a part of Perry Township. When Charity Rotch died of dropsy in 1824, she left her whole estate for the establishment of a free school. The school was the first vocational school in Ohio. Its curriculum included courses in home economics, agriculture and regular academic classes. The school existed until 1924 when it was torn down. Funds from Mrs. Rotchas estate are still used for child welfare and edu- cational purposes, according to the dictates of her will. From the establishment of the Charity Rotch School until 1853 when Perry Local Board of Education was established, information of the schools are sketchy. But during this era, the one-room school came into existence. The town- ship was divided into sub-districts, and the sub- districts in turn were given the power to levy taxes to build schools or repair them, which- ever the situation demanded. Board minutes indicate that the schools were inspected, and reports were made. There were in 1859 eleven sub-districts and each had a school. Comments such as Malgebra was not taught," uschool in good conditionf, uorthography not taught," or Mifor Surugm ,taught for 356 .75 a day for two months and four months for 31.00 a day, uwere sprinkled throughout the early recordsf, ln 1875 the following one-room schools were in existence: Miller fsection 14 on mapj, Buz- zer's Glory fsection 22 on mapj, Murray fsec- tion 29 on mapj, Shidler fsection 36 on mapj, Freeman fsection 2 on mapj, Blue Clay fsec- tion 10 on mapj, and Charity Rotch School. Vinedale fsection 9 on map band Richville fsec- tion 27 on mapj were built at a later date. Still standing are Freeman, used by the Uni- tarian church, Shidlers, used as a union hall, Vinedale, used as a p1'int shop, and Buzzer's Glory, used as a residence. Buzzer's Glory falso called Buzzard's Glory and Perry Centerj got its name from a visitor who heard the students studying out loud and compared them to a buzzer for buzzardj. In 1925 a partition was put through one of the rooms at Richville school, and high school classes were held. But because of parental objec- tion, the students were transported fwith the purchase of the school system's first bus-pic- ture located in the board officesj to Murray School. In two years, the high school classes and the students were transported to Massillon. With the construction of the present Rich- ville, Reedurban and Genoa schools, the one- room school era in Perry Township came to a close. ln the fifties, Perry Township saw its greatest growth in schools with the constriction of Whipple, Perry High, Watson, and Lohr. The early sixties saw the emergence of a 6-3-3 plan in education with the opening of Edison Junior High. Growth of Perry schools is not over yet, pos- sibly its greatest growth lies ahead, since Perry Township, according to the Stark County Plan- ning Commission, is the fastest growing town- ship in Stark County. 'fain' 1, flint " X . t l, H lqx f I Q L u' M' . , my-A g , , . 'A ' H f' , 5 . ' X 1 4 " " x 1 9 if N 1 ,. ,f i s- , fax 'fl ' 1 as 1 ' ff? 1 "til ' ' dit! if el fr, tmp. 2315: .AM Q . . ' ,.- ff 2 . ' 'E 't Vi' . w'l i. ' ' , f?'.1. - -'f"'7',a li.: qt ,IV A A U-N I A -tr", Iv 1 1 Ivins 1 X. i'.Y..ff 2aa 1f f iw.-.Xu N P I x' ,W . if H " 6 . if fy N 1 .: - fgtflf, fl f .. .ggi 3, ,45 0 ,J it- e lf' 1 wt it 7,513 " l tk? ff 5,3 My A ,A if pa it f ' - ZW if V 4 lt " 'tl Feld f" t l ti -Tv?-Q'-,. S' ya 'lf-t xc- .J f . fy fl' " 1 if 4, , 32:7 do WLING 6- A Direct gina' 1 Hatch is inlay Before and during the Civil War, the under- ground railroad, as it came to be called, trans- ported many runaway slaves to the North and freedom. A major artery of this fugitive slave route extended through Stark County and Perry Township. The Negro struggle for civil liberty was championed by the Quaker faith. One of the most prominent and respected Quakers in this arealat that time was Thomas Rotch who settled in the northwest portion of Perry Town- ship, now a part of Massillon. An account of his experiences with runaway slaves follows. Much of it is verbatim from William Henry Perrin's 1881 publication, tory of Stark County. September 14, 1823 Thomas Rotch . . . was shrewd in all business matters, and, as all Quakers did and do, bore faithful testimony against human slavery. He was frequently called on to protect the fugitive slave on his flight to Canada, and never was known to let the call pass unheeded. A single instance will illustrate his devotion to his prin- ciples on that subject, as well as courage. In the spring of the year 1820, a woman with two children called at his residence and satisfied him that they were fugitive slavesg he at once provided them with a place of safety in the second story of a spring house almost adjoining his residence. In the morning of the following day, immediately after breakfast, a couple of strangers on horseback rode up to the door and inquired if Mr. Rotch lived there. And, on being answered in the affirmative, commenced to make their business known, far Slaves lmpvrfanf 16016 underground Kailrmd which was that of slave-hunters, one being known as a man who was in the habit of aiding slaves to escape, advising them what route to take, then following them for the reward of- fered by their masters, the name, of the slave- catcher was DeCamp. The slavecatcher had become as familiar as household words in these parts. Thomas heard him very patiently describe the woman and children, and say that he had traced them to his fThomas'j' residence, and produced a warrant for their seizure issued under the act of Congress 1793, and supposed his work was done-that the Quaker being a law-abiding people, the mother and children would be at once delivered. After he had exhausted his vocabulary, Tho- mas said, 'aDost thou think thou can take the woman and her children here if thou canst find themfw "Certainly," replied the slave-catcher. 4'Well,', said Thomas, HThou may be mis- taken, thou hast not found them yet, and shouldst thou find them, thou might have trouble to take them." The strangers had not been invited into the house, and while the dialogue was going on between Thomas and him having the Warrant, the farm hands, of whom Thomas kept three or four, gathered around, and seeing such a crowd, the strangers began to look at each other and evinced alarm, which Thomas was not slow to notice, and breaking a momentary silence, said to the person having the warrant, "Dost thou know of a man who follows the business of slave catching by the name of DeCamp?" 'cl do,', answered DeCamp, for it was he, and was betraying fear of bodily harm, and in- quired, "Have you any business with me? My name is DeCamp." By this time, the men of Thomas, household, himself included had formed a sort of circle around the slave-catchers. Thomas replied with the utmost coolness, 'gl expect very soon to have some very important business with thee, and it will be well for thee to be prepared for it? DeCamp and his confrere concluded it would be best to beat a retreat, which they did with- out delay. On reaching their horses they sprang into their saddles and left Spring Hill farm and its Quaker occupants, and never again called there for human chattels. Bibliography Blue, T, O, History gf Stark County, Ohio, Heald, Edward Thornton. The Stark Countx Chicago: The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., Stow: T716 Am1CfiCl1Tl Wav of Life V01 IIC 1928, Part 3. Columbus: The Stoneman Press, Everts, l.. H. New Historical Atlas of Stark 1959. County Illustrated. Philadelphia: L. H. Per1'iH,Wi1liamHem'y. Hiswrrvi Stark Cvun- Evel-tg, and Company, 1375, LL Chicago: Baskin and Battey, Historical Heald, Edward Thornton. The Stark County Pl1b1iShCfS,l881- Story Vol. I . Columbus: The Stoneman Press, Other Sources 1949. ............. . ........... Personal interview with Clyde Heald, Edward Thornton. The Stark County Gates, Pfincipalf Richville School-1 Massil' Story: Free People at Work Vol. IV Part I. lon, Ohio Personal interview with Pearl Needham, Teacher, Richville School, Mas- Columbus: The Stoneman Press, 1955. ee-- Heald, Edward Thornton. The Stark County n I Story: The Suburban Era Vol IV Part 2. SINGH, 01110 Columbus: The Stoneman Press, 1958. John Kross and Frank Cosentino scan some encyclopedias in search of a suitable topic for their next term paper assignment. Perry lmzugurafes Independent Study as ffowrs Program Unique in Stark County this year was an in- novation by the Perry High English Department- The Independent Study Program for High School Senior English Students. The program, designed and organized by Pat F. Mattachione with the assistance of Mrs. Margaret Rownd, teachers of English IV, has as its objectives: 1. The teaching of student self-confidence in in- dependent study. 2. The teaching of composition by writing papers of major importance. 3. The teaching of the various literary writing forms, and devices. 4. The study of English literature by placing em- phasis on major literary works, and periods. 5. The learning of the use of the library, and its reference materials. When news of the program broke, thirty-four stu- dents expressed an interest in participating in it. However, by mutual consent of the instructors, only twelve were going to be taken into the program, for Mrs. Rownd and Mr. Mattachione felt that they could work with only six students each. The thirty- four students and their parents were asked to a special meeting where the program was outlined. Parents were told that students could be dropped from the program at any time if the instructors felt that they were not working up to par. Students who were working up to par had to write an exhaustive term paper in five worksg they were excused from three classes a week and during this time they were to be doing research in the library. They did no-t follow the assignments of the regular classesg nor did they have to take the tests. The grade was based solely on the term paper. If dropped from the program, however, every student was held responsible for work of the regular classes. As it turned out, thirteen students were selected for the program. All who wished to participate had to take the Purdue Placement test for college fresh- men. All participating in the program received 84 percentile scores or better. Thirteen were selected because the twelfth and thirteenth individuals had the same score in the test. Independent Indy Participating in the program were Donna Brewer, Frank Cosentino, Celeste Crowl, ,lannet Garret, Marilyn Goodall, Ed Jones, ,lohn Kross, Tim Miller, Randy Miller, ,loan Roth, Larry Seward, Dave Shep- pard, and Pat Witmer. The program was, for some of the students, ex- asperating, frustrating, befuddling, and confusing, but all admit that the experience was rewarding and educational. The program fullfilled its objectives. TOP TEN STUDENTS On pages 28, 29, 30, and 31 are pictured the top ten students in Perry High Schoolg some of them participated in the independent study program. How- ever, all of Perry's top ten seniors participated in advanced courses sometime during their high school careers. Because of the extra credit given for these courses, it was possible for the students to acquire higher than the normal maximum 4.0 averageg it is for this reason that Dave Sheppard and Ed Jones received 4-.0 plus averages. TOP: Celeste Crowl and Donna Brewer, independent studiers renew an old friendship in the card catalogue This 15 phase one finding references. BOTTOM: Phase two in writing a term paper is gathering information Here Ed Jones Randy Miller Larry Seward, and Pat Witmer are doing just that. With the task of note taking behind him Dave Sheppard submits his note cards to co-advisor Mrs. Margaret Rownd of the Independent Study Program. Although the job of the Independent Study group is over, it's just beginning for Mrs. Margaret Rownd and Mr. Pat Mattachione, co-advisors of the program. 1 I 1 s i i I i s DAVE SHEPPARD 4.0-4- College Preparatory 2 5 is 2 xi 'E 4 Cz .X 5 Q Li E E E N 3 , Z 5 i L rWi-i:Ei':,:Q--L1'il, 1 - A li'--, .- J' H :f , f :V . . ' 1 ,, ' .f .Q , Q, " 1' i?f.,5.:E?wQ iEi!?Z 2Ziii1 E'f Jn Memoriam On the Death of John F. Kennedy Dead! In manhoodls golden prime, Before life reached its zenith hour, Before long years of time had dimmed, His spiritls power. Yet in that life so quickly over Rich triumphs have been won, The work your country bid you do Was nobly done. H ushed now the prayers that you might live To. battle against the curse of wrong That now seems darkening over the land Swift rushing on. We only ask the seed you have sown Of earnest thought and purpose high, Of kindly words and noble deeds, May never die. Our search begins for one like you Mighty in word, in spirit brave, B ut vainly sought find him we've not, And sadly turn to your grave. Best, heroic one, we would not break Your quiet slumber, calm and deep, That sleep, HGod giveth his beloved," Calm, peaceful sleep. The rest for which your spirit called, Where all earth's strife is oler, Where blight of sorrow and stain of sin, Are never more. Great was your work! Great your reward! A brilliant crown you now wear, An eternal weight of glory now, You have strength to bear. Do you see your Father face to face? And in his saintly presence stand, While the songs of adoration swell, Among the angel band ? We,d hush our murmuring hearts and say, "God reigns, you will O God be shown," We thank thee that our strength comes Not from man alone. J ack Merryman Presldent John F. Kennedy was felled by an assassin's bullet on November 22 1963 Perry students, like the nation, were stunned at the news Q , .-,.,.,-.1-.-.-.:g4:.f..-.A-5,57 - , xx haf.: rf I k . v " 1 4 1 l ,74 ew f f 1 J . 1 1 N Q ,S J X 'fm me-'Q' K 4 JAWAJ J M, Th' x .r-.L 5-e7?7f:- . ' ,. . ', ,R A t V 4. s v -M 47 .,,f , ni' 'LQ 'N ' sa "1 ,' .-3: bl. Q-ii 41 .V .z " 'kj-..-'gf ff , a ' 1 7 if-522-4.4 fbi' P! H' ,5.5":: 1 -rg 1' -Lf, ,. -V 'f K-flak ni' . E! . ,- .1f4Q., 'fic' 11..- ' - fr 'L if Y V '23 ,911 .::. ir' Dedicafian In the education of an individual, no one year can be said to be more important than another. All levels of education are necessary or no educa- tion would he possible. Playing a major roll in this process is the elementary school teacher-the dedicatee of the 1964 Clock. It would be an impossibility to determine what grade teacher has con- tributed most to the Perry School system. Mrs. Pearl Needham, Mrs. Vir- ginia Dickinson, Mrs. Margaret Pickering, Mrs. Esther Cowie, Mrs. Ruth Garber, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy, Mrs. Hazel Vosper, Mrs. Alberta Roland, Mrs. Mabel Va Bolte, Mrs. Beatrice Rinehart, Mrs. Clara Gunn, Mrs. Gertrude Averna, Mrs. Lucille Minser, Mrs. Elsie Thornberry, Mrs. Mary Reiter, Mrs. Helen Raeder, Mrs. Bernice Trubey, Mrs. Anna Yeager, and Mr. J. Ellis Glasco, are just a few of the many teachers who have faithfully served the students in Perry Township. No teacher, however, has continually served the school system longer than this year's dedicatee. The staff of The Clock proudly dedicates this year's book to Miss Mary Gertrude Eggenswiler who is symbolical of all the elementary teachers in the district. Now in her thirtieth straight year in the Perry district, Miss Eggenswiler began her career teaching second and third grade at Richville School in 1934 for a salary of 3100.00 a month. She served Richville students for twelve years before beginning at Reedurban School where she has taught since 1946. Miss Eggenswiler first received a diploma which permitted her to teach in 1931 from Kent State University. In 1954, Miss Eggenswiler received a Bachelor or Science Degree in Education from Kent State University. Her former students state that Miss Eggenswiler is dedicated, talented, compassionate, and serious in her work. What more could be asked of a teacher! Our hats are off to you, Miss Eggenswiler-a real lady among WOIIICII. 'i . Klasses Chefs is zz of men which, on in fvrfuua ,fdifewa WJ QJfb MW MMWRWMQH Jxudilwg MW a,Lm!.ZifZAZ,fZ:efmw0f ke hm ,L - i5W,,,. M2 MMXQQM-wviwf wwf KJQQWZQM W W ,M M40 fide in the affairs taken at the fiom! leads 4 fq,,-- ...W VW- ..,..., ---ff, -W W.- ff .. ,- ,.--.n..f,.f .. N,.,.m ,.kk.,..w--K.-r,,Qafw,f,. ,A -Aw,-n-.H f Q + w.wfg.,gi4f4,,z,, man 'an'Nv.,vw,:m.-.vs.1x-.4,,s., Q.: :ffl .,.-. :xi , , , , 1.-,f ---: .J x ,f:fQ5.u.. ,kde-if ,114 ...:,..,,-r a..f ,www Alan ACk6l' Rick Albrecht Larry Alexander N aucy Alexander Carol Allen Lee Baker Jr. Barbara Ball Marvin Banar Marsha Barkley Debbie Bartko Paul Bartrug Linda Bauer Jody Bauman Bill Beck Cheryl Beitzel Becky Bender Cindy Benzel Marcia Bergmann Eric Berry Sherri Berstler - vphomorcs - O r men on the Qcene " .lack Merryman and Ron Hoffman u pause to survey the Qnuation Bob Best Ruth Bethune Gary Beuchat Jim Blackledge Gary Blackmer Dou Blood I u - lv 1 X i ,, I CT za Q Janis Bloom Ernie Blount Dave Bodo Jody Bolitho William Bolster Linda Bowen "Which way did they go?" asks Bob Wilc in lJCWlldCl'lllCllt Jim Bracken Carolyn Brand Gary Brelish Carl Brewer Steven Brownsword Dick Bruey Russ Brumbauglr Beverly Bryan Carol Bushman Eddie Bullock 4l A .. fx 'f ,XL dl, ' W Y l f ' 'zlf "'X, 'X ,f Greg Bungard 2' Jill Bungard Vicki Burkholder ix PX. l B Clayton Byers Mike Calhoun Kathy Klick salutes the stands during one of the majorettes' Chefy urns routines. 42 - vphvmvres - Michele Cantrell John Carns Linda Cashner Frank Clark Gary Clafk Ester Cohlentz Ellen Cochran 'Dennis Conley Arden Cooper Cynthia Cornell Theresa Cosentino Larry Creter Jud Crocby Pam Crum Carol Curzan John Dambrowski Mike Dambrowski Daniels Daniels Linda David Richard Davis Roy Dean Elaine DeAngelis Anthony DeAngelis Dennis Deeser Bill Dannemiller Michael Daugherty Dee Dee Dickes and Marshall Holmes greet subscribers at the "View Dance." Pat Denison Joe Dc0rio Margo deparis Richard DeStephen Kenny Digruan Tim Dull Sandra Domer Marty Donaldson Tom Donato Larry Dudek - Saphamares - Bob Hagvr bums out a swingin' tune as Stan Anderson lisiens with RPPFOVHI- Darlene Dunbar Alan Dutton Carol Harley Kay Eherhardt Marsha Edgar Tom Edwards Carol Ellis Herman Ellyson Jill Engelhardt Deborah Farrar Janet Ferguson Cheryl Ferris A great half time performance is given by our hand at this 5 h year's Homecoming Came. DHYC Fiihef Marjorie Flickinger Dave Fondriest Melody Forkum Rflhffft FOIYSST Evan Fox Kay Frank Rita Frigley Keith Gallangher Heidemarie Garhe 46 Rick Gerber Mike Gibson Lynne Gilbert I i 2 2 L w song from 'AAnything Goesf, Q'LClem'yJ Melchior sits at her organ again for another hit Walter Girod Richard Glazer Bruce Gordon Charles Gray Linda Gray Betti Grcensheild Susan Greenwalt Mary Griffin Steve Griffin Dave Guthcinz Doris Haddox Elizabeth Hair Anne Halter Susanne Halter Roger Hambleton Mark Harriman Sandra Harry Rod Harsh Linda Hasselquist Barb Hayes Judy Hendrick JoAnn Heintzelman Cheryl Henning TOHI Henning Karen Hensley Terry Hershberger Ken Hill Cherie Hinderer David Hoelscner First in any production comes the stagecrew's job of making scenery. Ronald Hoffman Ray Holland Barbara Holmes Dennis Hope Richard Howe Rick Howell Barbara Hubbard Cheryl Hughes Mona Hummel Pat Hurless Svphomores - Brenda Hyde Terry Irwin Dan .lannelli Diane Pflug and Dan Kushner team up for a from i'Anything Goes." sweet song Gary Jarrell Don Jefferies Ron Jefferies Margaret Jialanella Ann Jepson Peggy Jones William JOIICS Clark Kambrick Nancy Kate Carlos appears to thoroughly enjoy Diane's "technique 5 h in this particular scene. Jeff Kaylor Bernie Kieffer David Keller Lee Keller John Kem Jim Kessler Bonnie Kilper Doug Kines Bill Kintner ,lim Kistler 49 Mike Kisela David Kn0PP Judy Knox Harmonizing comes easy when Dan Kushner, Franie Joe Kornisll Marcia Kotema Linda Kramer Sherer and Ron Bricker get iogeiher. S h Wayne Kroll Sharon Kropf Meredith Krumm Joel Kull Gregory Laird Terry Laird Russ Lamielle Bruce Landis Doris Lantz Jill Laps 50 Sandi Lashinske Rob Lautenschleger Barb Lazor Mike Leavens Max Lee Debby Liber Chuck Lloyd Rick Lloyd Marsha Long Mike Long - Sophomares - Bill Long Glenna Longworth Bonnie Lowe Anita McBride Constance McCartney Tom McClain Everybody deserves an off stage break between scenes Don McClintock Cheryl McCoy Thomas BIcCuskey Cl1UCk MCFHTICH SMC? McGill Edward McKnight Jenny McLeod Pat Malone Pat Marley David Mangus - Sophomorcs - Vivian Mansfield Sandy Mansfield Mary Marsfelder One last applaud for a show well done. Linda Martin Mike Mazzarella Gladys Metzger L I s Carolyn Miehl David Miller Richard Miller Roy Miller Sandy lxlOCll8I' Jack Moore HAH on deck-now smile!" is the motto of Judy Bohinsky S h Ken Gallatin, Frances Slicrer, .lack Wucriz, and Diana Bates Russ Morris Gary Mottice Sandy Muehlheim Richard Muntean Dan Murray .lim Nelson Kathy Nesbitt Ed Obermeyer Fred Obermiller Joe Palandrani 53 Dan Parcell Junior Parker Rick Parks Last year's gridiron queen Judy Vargo plants a congratula- Herman Parrott Danny Pascu Kathy Patterson tory Buss on Barb Kulisek's cheeks as Jack Merryman looks on. - Saphomares - Randy Patterson Rick Patterson Juanita Paushek Rick Peddicord Nancy Peterman Raymond Peterman Jeanie Pikulik Stokes Pitman J ay Pittman Karen Plott 54 Freda Plunkett Terry Potter Cathy Preston Tim Pucky Jerry Ramey Steve Ratliff Neale Reigle Debby Rex Bob Riddle Roy Ridgway - Svphomares - Becky Riley Toni Rinaldi Charles Robbins Margie Roberts Alice Robinette Bruce Robinson Judy Vargo, Cib Boyce, Betsy Phillips, Sue Masters, Curt Schlarb, Barb Kulisek, Jack Merryman, Donna Vargo, and Bob Ride-out pose prettily for the cameraman. 55 Nancy Robish Freida Romig Susan Romigh Paul Ronald Barbara Ross John Ross Cheryl Roth Charissc Russ Williain Sammet Margaret Saylor - Sophvmares - Becky Schultheis Pam Schuster John Scourfield Barb Kulisek, Vicki Liber, Wanda Frey, Lilly Shulok, Bob Seal Bob Selogy Sherry Seybert Linda Poth, Ronna Harbisnn, and Bob Wile take five during a break in a football game. 56 Joseph Shulok Johnny Sibh Carolyn Simmons Gayle Slusser Tim Snieltzer Sharon Speneer Strutting is nothing unusual for the Perry Band as it goes through its halftime show. - Srfplzorlflares - Anita Stark Michael Starzynski Theresa Starzynski Pam Steen .loscph Steiner Ronnie Stevens Don Stevenson Beth Stoehr Linda Storz .lean Stratton 57 ,loan Stratton Joe Suarez Sharon Sullivan Now that the show is over, the band has a little more time John Sutton Linda Thomas .lolm Thomas for gahlming. Who came to watch the game? - ophomvres - Cathy Tietze Carol Tilton Polly Unhan Carol Vahila Barry Van Bremen Dave Van Sickel Pat Vara Donna Vargo Patricia Vaghn David Vellucci 58 Stephen Voican Don Wadsworth Tim Wagner Don Walters Donna Ward ,lim Ward Bill Warren Joe Weber Gary Weekley Marianne Werner - Svphomorcs - Cynthia Whitmer Minnie Whitmer William Wilke Sandy Wilson Dick Wince Dan Winger Band Parents this past year paid for the new uniforms that the bandsters sport. Michelle Wise .ludy Whitmer Paula Wolf Marilyn Wright Tom Yablonski Tim Yant Chuck Walters, Steven Cunningham and another unidentified hunter meet a group of seniors who are on a field trip during the first day of hunting season. Gary Yoho Joan Yoho .lim Zorger Two unidentified yearbook staffers finish the underclass section of the yearbook. One of the unidentifiables is the editor of this section. What' a Psp Kzzlly? Among the many respites that a student enjoys during the school year are pep rallies which came very few and far between this past year. But when they were held tafter much caustic gripping by the student bodyj they were not well-attended, nor did the students participate in them too actively! Yes, for many, a pep rally was just an ex- cuse forgetting out of class. But, on the other side, a pep rally was also a very active affair for many. With the spirited talks of the various coaches, players were urged on to victory by some very interested students. The cheerleaders, naturally, could always be counted on to lend the necessary noise and leadership at the rallies. Sometimes these spirited lasses even put on skits for those in attendance. And is the case with performers, the cheer- leaders probably enjoyed themselves much more than those who watched them. Adding the color to a pep rally is a LOUD band whose music is even louder because of the bad acoustics in both the gym and auditorium. Their part in the program was always begun with a sentimental rendition of the Perry High Alma Mater. Unfortunately, not everyone sang itg they never took the trouble to learn it. And then of course, the most important participants of any pep rally are members of the team. It will really never be known how much effect a spirited rally has on the effect of the team. From all outward appearances, a rally has little effect, at least the Perry athletes never seem to display any emotion at a pep rally. Coach John Evans tries to get the students and team "up" at the Marlington pep rally. From the looks on the faces of the team members on the next page, it doesn't seem that he was too suc- cessful. 5821! f kwwwpi ,rm gwi What? zz 296,41 Kelly? Seniors of the 1963 football squad are honored at the last pep rally of the season by the Coach and student bodv. Thev reallv look like they were affected by Coach Evan's talk! ' 1 I Even members of the pep hand look as though they were about to , 1 . . . . , say, 'gbee-. I wish I were home lnsteacl of wastmg my tlme here.' It's true. you just 0an't win them all! What? ll Z9 ,U Kelly? !'We certainly don't have anything like this in Argentina," stated exchange student Carlos Rindaldi to Principal Robert Flanders. When he first arrived, Carlos had a difficult time understanding the purpose of a cheerleader, let alone the purpose behind a pep rally. School in Argentina has no place for such activities. It's just work! work! work! Maybe U. S. citizens can learn a lesson from the Argentines. OPPOSITE PACE: Occasionally students do break out and cheer. Notice how few mouths are open. Walk in a study hall some- time, and you'd notice a lot of mouths open when tltey should he closed. L Sizes .-: M K Alma Maier To Perry High Thy Honored name Brings loyalty And cherished fame Tears may fall And memories fade, But friendships true Will long remain. For the knowledge That you gave The path of life Has h-rightly made. Raise in Chorus Loud and Clear To Alma Mater, Oh, so dear. What? a ,Wap IQQIQ? ELF bil?Q15a35Z5iniFLfilZgrfhEf t em. Q2 w. 1 wigs ' 2 m:'i"5 ,Y ,V . Q- As as 1 ,M r Q It li is ,I F5 S ,ge A 'rife 23 1-wwf' 5 N, S' iw ff 5 nf My Ki. K I P historian. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS ARE John Hall, presxdeni, Nldrhn Scott vice residenlg Christine Aker, sccretaryg Diane Pflug, treasurer, Claudia Fort J ack Abel Danny Ackerman Christena Adams Tammy Aebi Chris Akel' 'QF Bonnie Alesescu Phyllis Alexander Gary Allen J une Anderson Janet Bailey Janice Bailey David Ball Betsy Barnett Grayson Bartko June B3Y10f Diana Beal Denny Beaver .lim Beck Jeff Bednar Kathy Beebe Pam Benzel Carol Berger Rick Bergmann Pat Betza TYke BiX10r Karen Blackburn Sandy Blank Judy Bohinsky Ken Bowling Nick Bramos - juuzors - Flower girl Elaine Shulok and Cigarette girl .loan Rubin, under the shadows of the Eiffel Tower, happily greet their customers as they walk down the Champs Elysees. Karen Brown Rodney Bruckner Ray Bucher Eva Burd Patricia Burgess Calvin Busby , efi- ' lc. V f , f I Q- 'W , 7 -Q ' Lf t M 1 1 1 1 r tflfftfff lf,-, Q elf, , I ! K Z f , .5 Q L if Virgil Byer Donna Byers Cathy Calhoun .leff Campbell Richard Campbell Jerry Cantrell Eloise Nau and Dave Wagner enjoy a brief respite from the frantic but enjoyable activities of 'AAI1 Evening ln juuivrs Theresa Capuano Linda Carson Ronnie Carter Nancy Cashner Molly Casto Michael Chapanar Frieda Christensen Peter Ciesielczyk Doyle Clark Doug Close 7l ,Crt f'v 4, Cindy Cole Q' Candy Cooper Tom Cooper Lovely Maureen Fitzgerald and her date seem to have Bill Cosner Clark Crowl Mary Croy taken lessons from Arthur Murray Jones! .llldi Crum William Daniel Jackie Davies Mike Day Walter DHYIOH Linda Decker Teresa DeLuca Everett DeWitt Kraig Dickes 121161 Dixon 72 June Domrau Terry Downerd Earle Downs Russell Doyle Wayne Dunn Rick Dutton Linda Dutton Jill Ecrement Terry Edgein Terry Elavsky - juuzars Lynda English Jackie Epley Lynne Ertle Linda Gates and Jeff Rubin take a breather in one of the many 'ishopsu along the Rue de la Paix. Cheryl Evans Eddie Eyster Cindy Fair 1 Kathy Farrenkopf Bob Fedor Chuck Ferrari Jeanne Fei-tal t X .lim Finnicum Pat Fisher Beverly Flagg Edward Flaisig Ginny Fohl Paul Fondriest Miss Karlene Englemann and Mr. Lou Mattachione seem to enjoy the music. Claudia Fon Dick Fowler Donna Fowler f -3 wi , r . I , fry, F Sandra Fowler Robert Fowler Sheila Franklin Wanda Frey ' Maryann Friedman Bob Fryer Rosemary Ftorek Nancy Gallatin Vaughn Garn Even the "old folk" seem 'to enjoy their job of chaperoning a group of Perry high students who are exemplary in Y , their behavior. Edwin Garnett Saundra Gatchell Linda Gates Virginia Gentzler Cary Gerber Linda Gillilan Dave Goodenough Eric Cordon Tom Gorham Dave Gralldel 75 Pamela Gray Terry Gray John Griessen I Sidewalk cafes, and pseudo bistros add to the decor created Jim Griffith Kenneth Grimm LHTYY G1'0VCmiller by a group of energetic juniors. - juniors - Jerry Gutheinz Judy Hadden Bob Hager Sally H3160 Dorothy Hall Fred Hall John Hall Carol Hallam jack Hallam Trudy 76 Kathy Harold Nancy Harsh Neil Harsh John Haugh .lim Hayes Sharon Heestand Jim Helmick .lim Henderhan Cheryl Henderson David Hensley Christina Hershey Cindy Hershey Cfaig Hildebrand Darlene Hines Darrell Hines Carol Hohman Leggy Joan Rubin greets Dave Perdue and Jane Shane as they arrive to have fun at the "Evening in Paris" junior- senior prom. 77 Paul Holmes Greg Holshu Linda Hopkins Nancy Home Frank Hosner Linda Hoy Bill Huges Gregg Hunter Lee Huntsman Mafgamf HUHISHISII - junivrs - Linda Irwin Tom Irwin Chuck lsler Singing fountains, extravagant decorations and conviviality Donna Izomic Paul Jackson Greg Jones combined to make a delightful evening. 78 Linda Jones Y Roy Jones Peggy Johnson Becki Johnson Sandra Johnson Josephine Jozwiakowski Everyone is congenial when he is dressed to the HT." Clothes do make a difference. - juniors - Patti Justice Paul Kaeser Sally Karcher Dawn Karrenbauer Sue Kaspar Linda Keller Nancy Kienzle Karen Kilpatrick Phillip Kindleberger Mary King Ginger Kirkbride Nancy Kirkpatrick Karen Kirtley w V i Cassanova Tom Marvin gets cuddly with Sue Carl . . . Joyce Kleinhenz MikeK1einhenZ Richard Kleinhenz Why not? Tom Kleinhenz Roseuen Kleptach Kathi Klick Dale Kling Tony Kosierowski 80 Joseph Kotema Doug Kuhn Lewis Kull Bob Kuntzman Carol Lahr .AX - John Lapp Pam Leahu X- A A Dale Lewis Tim Lewton Glenn Lillich Ed Lisicki Diane Lloyd John Lloyd Tim Loew Janet Long - juuzvrs - Mike Loretto Marilyn Loudin George Lyons K ay McAdams Alan MCAIIIIUF George McArthur "An Evening in Paris" was never more romantic for Perry High students at the senior class prom last year. 8l Janice McBeth Pat McClaughry Bill McCoy Linda McCoy Paul McGinnis MaryAnn McGowan Dick McKinney Peggy McRobie Anita Maier Bill MHHCUIY - junzors - Bob Marcus Paul Marshall Beverly Mattern l Well, I don't know, Marcy . . . he seems to flatter you." Dennis Maurer Lorraine Maurer Bill Meredith Mike Messerly Cheryl Meyer Betty Meyers Sam Meyer Sandy Meyers Ron Michel Along the banks of the Seine at Edison Perry High stu dents have their caricatures drawn by a budding Picasso - ,funmrs - Norm Miday Beverly Miller Kathy Miller Ken Miller Terry Miller Linda Mocher Susan Molcdor Cyndi Molnar Sue Moore Linda Moorehead 83 Pat Moss Lela Muster Shelia Myers take time out for a pow wow! Two lovely squaws Claudia Fort and Cynthia Henning Deana Neff Sharon Neff Cheryl Nelson Tonda Netzly Kenny Neyy'10n Linda Nickas Ronald Norris Frank Oakes Don Oney Jay Pace Sandy PHrliCCia Genie Parrish Barbara Parsons 84 Diane Pflug Betsy Phillips Rick Plott Richard Plunkett .loan Pohovey Richard Preston Sharon Porter Sue Poth Kathy Priest Karen Provost - junzvrs - Gerald Putt Betty Pyles Dave Quinn Peggy Rambaud Paul Reece Jim Reed Television shows its influence as Anita McBride, Marsha Thomas, Vicki Liber and Jackie Epley play the famous game "Carry on Nurse!" 85 Sue Reese Robin Reinart Sharon Reiter .lean Renner LeRoy Reynolds W William Reynolds Jean Riddle Tom Riegler - jurzwrs - Pam Gray, Joan Rubin, and Elaine Taylor model the latest fashions from Paris for an admiring throng. pat Robinson Connie Rosenberry Sandy Risher Dave Robey Linda Romegburg Bonnie Rosenberry Frances Rossetti Ernie Rossi E ,Ioan Rubin Charlane Russ Sandra Russ 2 s s 3 Q Dan Ryman Greg Sabin Jim Sanderson Anchors aweigh! Two gals and a gob pose prettily for the photographer. Betty Sandrock Ken Schafer Stephen Schaffer Alice Schafrath Frank Schmidt Bob Schultheis Janet Schumacher Nancy Schofield Marlin Scott Nancy Sears 87 Darryl Selinsky Fred Sell .lean Sepack Sherry Seybert. Rod Bricker, an avid sports fan, winds it up for Teenager Mary .lo Sepack Cliff Shaffer MHFY Shaffer - jurzmrs - Dan Shaw Tim Sheehan Patricia Sheely Frances Sherer Elaine Shulok Rick Shultz Larry Simpson Sheryl Smith Don Smith Marvin SOIIS 88 Barbara Southall Jeri Sguthwgrlh Sue Spencer Kay Spivey Bill Sprague Jim Stalder Ronald Stark Teddy Starkey Dawn Stauffer I-Hilda Sffigman - jzmzors Dale Steiner Ruth Stephen Pat Stevens Maverick Tim Sheehan and Annie Oakley Stacy McGill have a fast draw contest-both shot blanks! Joyce Stewart Kathy Stipes Ed Storey Mildred Sul-may Dave Swartz Ruth Swift Steve Szasz Lynn Talbott it Linda Tarmell Nancy Tartaglio Elaine Taylor Tim Taylor Bud Thompson For that pause that refreshes Pebbles Lilly Shulok takes ten as Beetle Linda Poth drools. Leia Thompson Barbara Toth Jill Trimmer Dave Turner Karen Twigg Sandra Urban Karen Veitch Sandra Vorshak Robert Walker Dave Wallenhurst Diane Ward Marilyn Welchner Dan Wiggins Bill Welch Twisters Chuck Walters and Ron Waltz make a loving twosome at the View's Come As Your Favorite Character juniors - Pat Williams Larry Wilson Shirley Wilson Woody Wilson Dane Winters Janice Wolfe Gordon Woolhert Denny Wuske 9l Dave YCHFY Linda Yotto Terry Young Darlene Zagan Rick Zimmerman Millie Surmay, and Terri Long come as Laurel and Hardy to the View bash. - juniors - Rod Bricker makes a good "Silver" for Lone Ranger Celeste Crowl. Doug Blood Sharon Brown Barb Kulisek, and ,lack lllerryman say hello to the crowd of people at the homecoming Kell GCCHCI' Mona Hackett game. Barb, naturally, was the queen-not Jack! Tom Hood Patti Justice Dan Kushner Betty Meyers Sue Potli Ed Ranowsky Carol Rennie Bill Reynolds Frances Hosselti 93 an 45 +4 vw Senivrs Cake Wald 611117 As part of the senior English pro- gram this past year, all English stu- dents participated in an Interfaith Field trip. Students visited a Jewish Temple lTemple Israeli, a catholic church ISL Joan or Arci, and a protestant church lPerry Christianj. The purpose of the trip was to pro- mote understanding for other religions so that respect of other religions will result. At each house of worship a lay member, minister, and priest explained their respective religions. After the lecture, a question and answer period was held so that points could be cleared up by the various religious leaders. The success of the trip was re- flected in the lively discussion that was part of all English IV classes the following day. Plans for similar trips were discussed as part of the yearly English IV program. TOP: Students debark to go into Temple Israel. MIDDLE: Mrs. Rownd seems awe- struck at the packing of the bus. BOTTOM I.: Everyone enjoyed lunch out that day. ITOTFONI R: Another view from the hack of tie Jus. E 5 I I 2 I 1 3 5 2 3 u 5 Q 1 1 s ! 1 a ! i s s v i E 4 X E E , K , i i E 5 1 E X i z E X Y Y 5 K X s X E E 5 K 1 5 l ROBERT ARNTZ, General 6'Why should the devil have all the good Football 1, 2 Cguard and endlg Shop Foreman 2. BEVERLY ATKINSON, General HLoyalty and friendship go hand in hand." Art Club 2, 3, 4g Bookends 2, 3, 4g Freshman Girls' Ensemble. times?'7 CAROL S. BALLENTINE, General uSilence hestows that virtue heref, FHA 1, 2, 3, Freshman Choir: Glee Club 1. JENNIFER D. BATES, Commercial 4'Full of fun, a friend to all who know her." Girls' Leaders 33 GAA 1, 2, Perry Players 3, 49 FBL 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2g Play Cast 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. Choirg Soph. Seuivrs . . . ROBERT A. AEBI, General "Worrying never made anyone great, so why should I worry?H DONNA J. ALBRECHT, Commercial "Let the World slide, Fm happy." GAA 1, 25 FSA 3, 4g Play Crew 4. SHERRY L. APONASEWICZ, Commercial 'GA sunny disposition gilds the edges of life's darkest clouds." GAA 3, 4g Players Perry 3, 43 RBC 3 lv. pres.J, 4, FBL 3, FSA 3g Student Council 1g Class Hist. 3g Guidance Assistant 4, Prom Committee 3. MICHAEL R. ARNOLD, General "He seems to enjoy life to the fullestf' Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fhalf-backlg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Cguardlg Track 1, 2, 3, 4 imilerlg Wrestling 49 Boys' Leaders 33 Shop Foreman 2, 3, Minstrel 3, 4. JAMES M. QMICKEYH BETHEL, College Prep 'gSilence cherishes great virtues and destroys little onesf' Glee Club 2. MARY J. BILLINGSLEY, Business '6Behavior is a mirror in which everyone shows his lmagef' Black and White Game, GAA 1, 2, FBL 3, 4g FSA 3, 4g Prom Committee 3, Geisha Girl 2. BEVERLY L. BLACKA, College Prep 'gHer ability to dance is equaled only by her ability to make friends." GAA 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 4 fsecjg Perry Players 2, 3, 4, FNC 2, 3, 49 Play Crew 3, 4 Cchoreographerbg Band 15 Minstrel 2, 3 Cchoreographerlg Prom Committee 3, PBX 3. JOHN A. BLACKLEDGE, General "He combines uietness friendliness and fun " q 1 9 ' Football lg A Cappella Choir 2g Freshman Choir, Soph. Boys' Ensemble. Seniors . . CHRISTINE A. BAUGHMAN, College Prep "Pleasing to look at and nice to know." Clock Staff 4 Cclub editorlg GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 NHS 3, 45 Perry Players 3, 4, RBC 3, 4, FNC 1, 2, Freshman Choir, Glee Club 23 Soph. Girls' Ensemble, Prom Committee 3. ROBERT L. BECKER, College Prep 'gBig in stature and in personality." Football 1 fcenterl, 2 flinebackerj, 3 fmid. guardl, 4 ffull- backlg Basketball 1 fforwardl, 2 icenterlg Baseball 2 fpitcherl, 3 flirst basej, 4 foutfieldh Boys' Leaders, Key Club 3, 4. NANCY E. BENDER, College Prep 4'Her voice is soft and gentle, a fine quality of a woman." FBL 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. GARY L. BERGERT, General "He,s always ready for a good timef, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 2, Perry Players 2, 3, 43 RBC 2, 3, 4g Key Club 2, 3, 4g AV 1, 2, 3, 4 fpres.Jg Play Cast 29 Play Crew l, 2, 3, Freshman Choirq Minstrel 2, 3, 4: RUSSELL E. BLOOM, College Prep 'tHe who has patience can have what he willf' Baseball 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 4, Science Club l, 2, AV 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess Club l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 3, 4. WILLIAM S. BOGGS, General 'Alle is a good-hearted guy." Basketballl fforwardm. WMU' ,fbewilt J 5, 4 VQAM1 ' ,lf1fT? A -U2 6. Cojyebl 4-2,UlU" Uk AM! 1 M 4 , . , jW'6H.z fvyzwlll fllfzvlfw Zi? Ek JWVM 1 9 U' l VafW4l,, ToM A. BORCOMAN, College Prep 4 "1 NA guy full of fun and high school boyishnessfl Basketball 1, 2 Cguardbg NHS 3, 4. JAMES D. BOWLING, General MHis greatest achievement, the ability to draw wellf, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 3. GILBERT L. BOYCE, College Prep Wllhe world loves the spice of mischievousnessf' Basketball l, 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, Chess Club l, 2. SUSAN M. BRADY, College Prep "She gets a little mischief and a lot of fun out of life." Play Cast 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir, Glee Club 3. DONNA M. BREWER, College Prep '4Her friends, like her achievements, are many." Black and White Came 4, Perry Players 3, 4-"Cpres.J, RBC 4, NFL 3, 4, Thespians 4, Executive Council 4, Play Cast 3, 4: Play Crew 2, Debate 4, Class Sec. 4. RODNEY L. BRICKER, General "A guy whois full of life and the will to live it." Football l, Perry Players 4, Science Club 1, AV 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 2, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Soph. Boys' Ensemble, Varsity Boys' En- semble 2, 3, 4, Minstrel 3, Prom Committee 3. Seniors . . . TODD E. BRIGHT, College Prep Hl'le dearly loves to make some mischieff, Football 1 fleft tackleD5 AV 3, 45 Chess Club 15 Math and Astronomy Club 25 Band 1, 3, 45 Minstrel 35 R.R. Club 2. PRISCILLA D. BUCHER, Commercial ul-ler actions are the best interpreters of her thoughts." Perry Players 45 FBL 3, 45 FSA 3, 45 Play Crew 4. CLYDE W. BURGESS, College Prep MNot bold or shy, but a nice mingling of eachf' Wrestling 2, 3, 4. MARK A. CALLHAN, Commercial c'One never knows what he can do until he tries.' 5 SUE M. CAMPBELL, College Prep "Quietness is her foremost virtue." FNC 45 Clee Club 1, 2, 35 Soph. Girls' Ensemble MIKE R. CARLSON, College Prep HA smiling face is a pleasant thingf, Football 1, 2 Cmgr.J5 Wrestling 2, 3, 4 fmgr.J5 Play Crew 4 SALLY J. CLARK, Commercial "Her eyes sparkle with laughter? GAA l, 2, 3, 45 Perry Players 2, 45 RBC 1, 2, 3 4 FBL 1 2 3, 45 Bookends 25 Student Council 15 Play Crew 1 2 3 Glee Club 25 Prom Committee 3. BARBARA E. COBB, Commercial "Laughing and gay, it's just her wayf, GAA1, 3,45 FBL 3, 45 FHA 15 FSA 3, 45 Band 1 2 3 4 Minstrel 35 Prom Committee 3. . . ,, NM, ,,.,..,...3w BARBARA A. CRESSON, Commercial "She's the happy-go-lucky, fun-loving type." GAA 2, 3g Prom Committee 3. MERRY CELESTE CROWL, College Prep '4She will always be up and doingf' Panther's View 1, 2, 3, 4 fco-feature ed.Jg Q 8: S 3, 4g GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 45 NHS 3, 49 Perry Players 2, 3, 4 fsec.lg Play Crew 2, 3 fco-headl, 49 Freshman Choir, Minstrel 33 Prom Committee 3. LANA L. CURRY, College Prep "She charms whomever she chances to meet." Transfer from ,McKinley High School. FNC 4. DALE R. DANIEL, General "As long as thereis mischief to do, 1'm happy? Football 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, 35 Track 1, 2, Shop Foreman 4. JACK E. COCAN, College Prep alle combines friendliness with a bit of imagination." Perry Players 49 Science Club 15 Chess Club 1, 23 Student Council lg Model R.R. Club 1 iv. pres.Jg Prom Committee. DAVE R. COLVIN, General 6'He is smiling and always ready for a good time." Band 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK .l. COSENTINO, College Prep "A good natured guy, one cannot help but like himf' Football 1 fhalf-backl, 2, 3 ffull-back? 4 fendlg Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Q 100 yd., 440, 880, mile run, mile relay, 880 relay, broad jumplg Key Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. TIM R. COX, General 'LA heart that is at leisure with itself." Wrestling 29 Freshman Choir. Seniors . . . PAT A. DANIELS, Commercial 4'Speech is silver5 silence is goldenf' CAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Perry Players 45 FBL 35 FHA 3, 45 Art Club 1, 25 Play Crew 4. LORRAINE C. DAUGHERTY HARPER, College Prep 'gGaiety is to be treasuredfl GAA 1, 2, 35 NHS 3, 45 Perry Players 3, 45 FNC 1, 2, 3, 4-5 Cvlee Club 25 Prom Committee 3. ALICE J. DEBULA, Commercial "A still small voice is one of her assetsf' CAA 1, 3, 4, FBL 3, 4. MIKE P. DENISON, College Prep HA likeable guy, with many friendsf, Football 15 Baseball 35 Key Club 3, 45 Executive Council 2, 35 Student Council 15 Play Cast 35 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Freshman Choir5 Soph. Boys' Enscmbleg Varsity Boys' Ensemble 3, 45 Class Prcs. 2, 35 Prom Committee 3. PEGGY A. DEYTON, Commercial HA pleasant girl with little to say." DIANA L. DICKES, General Wllhe best of things often comes in small packagesfl Panther's View 4 Creporterjg GAA 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Perry Players 3, 45 RBC-45 Bookends 15 Play Crew 3, 45 A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Clee Club 25 Prom Committee 35 Class Hist. 4. SANDRA L. DICKINSON, Commercial WI'he world has need of such thoughtful-minded people as shef, FBL 3, 45 FSA 3, 45 Band 1. JAMES A. DILLINCER, College Prep "His good nature is ever presentf' Football 1 Clinebackerl, 2 fguardJ5 Track 15 Perry Players 45 Play Crew 35 Freshman Choir5 Hall Guard 35 Guidance As- sistant 35 Prom Committee 3. mmwawfemvsmsrwweamwwmewe. LEE P. DOOLAN, College Prep "Another of those giants in miniaturef, AV I fboard of dir.J, 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 1 fpresj, 23 Band 43 A Cappella Choir 2g Freshman Choirg Soph. Boys' Ensemble. ARTHUR A. DORKOFF, General "A happy-go-lucky guy who lets nothing bother him. Play Cast Ig Freshman Choirg Glee Club 2. MARY L. DORNHECKER, General nShe has a style all her ownf, Clee Club I, 2. SUSANNA DOUGLASS, General '4She is sincere in all she attempts to do." CAA 2 3 4' Perry l"'la'ers 3 4' RBC 3 4' ' 7 7 7 y 7 7 7 7 2, 3, 4g Freshman Choir, Soph. Girls' Ensemble. A Cappella Choir 77 RICHARD F. DRESSLER, General 'clf he wants something, he works for itf' Football I fendl. TIM R. EDYVARDS, General '4Casual in all he says and doesf' Football I fcenterjg Prom Committee 3. VIRGINIA K. EDWARDS, Commercial "Sweetness is only one of her many attributesf' Clock Staff 43 Panther's View 4 ftypistlg Black and White Came 35 Girls' Leaders 3g GAA 2, 3, 43 RBC 4, FNC 29 FBL 3, 43 FHA 3 fsec.J, 4 ftreas.Jg FSA 3, 43 Cashier 43 Prom Committee 3. BONNIE T. EHLERT, General HA good disposition is worth more than golclf, GAA Ig Perry Players 4g FNC I, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 43 Stu- dent Council lg Freshman Choirg Clee Club 2. Scrzmrs . . LARRY M. ELAVSKY, General '4He is a ready machine, always wound up and goingf' Art Club 3, Freshman Choirg Prom Committee 3. DAVID L. ELLIS, General "Tall, good-looking. fun to know." Foothalll 2 end Baseball 2 4 first base Track 1' Bas- , f 5: 1 f P9 ' , kethall 1, 2, 3 lforwardlg Play Cast 33 Shop Foreman 2. DAVID G. ELSASS, College Prep Hlf you strive and strain, you can make a namef' NHS 3, 4, Key Club 3, 45 Chess Club 2g Student Council 3g Band l, 2, 3, 4g Minstrel 3, Prom Committee 3. JEFFREY ESTADT, General 4'What he does is done quietly, without self-acclaim." Science Club 1g Chess Club 1, 2g Play Crew 4. LINDA S. FALL, Commercial 'QA friend to those who know her best.'7 GAA 1, 2, FNC 1, 2, FBL 3, FHA 4, FSA 4 mittee 3. SANDRA K. FETE, Commercial tiller way is sweetg she's pleasing to meetf' GAA 2g FBL 3, 49 FHA 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. g Prom Com RUSSELL W. FISHER, College Prep "High in statue and in standing? Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Crt. endbg Basketball 1, 2 fcenterl. MAUREEN L. FITZGERALD, Commercial Hliaughter is her constant companionf' GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g FBL 3, 4g FHA lg FSA 3, 4g Bookends 3g Prom Committee 3. LINDA S. FULLER, General 'iLife is full of fun and sadness. Black and White Game 23 Girls' Leaders 3 GAA 1 2 Cv pres.J, 3g Prom Committee 3. KENNETH L. GALLATIN, College Prep 'cHis thoughts are as deep as his VOICE Perry Players 3, fig RBC 4-3 NFL 2 3 41 fv pres? Play Cast 3, 4-3 Debate 4. LARRY D. CASH, General "A master at the art of mischief Football 1, 24 Science Club lg AV Crew 43 Prom Committee 3. TIM L. GATCHELL, General 'Tm no angel, but then who is? 9 Seniors . . . RANDY F. GLENN, College Prep "He is destined for great thingsf' Track 3, 4 fmile, half milel, Key Club 3, 4, Chess Club 1 fv. pres.J, 2 fpres.l, Prom Committee 3. PAT A. CONDA, College Prep 4'One of those happy souls that are the salt of the earthf, CAA 2, 4, FNC 1, 2, 3, 4. MARILYN K. COODALL, College Prep 'She achieves that for which she strives? NHS 3, 4-g Perry Players 2, 3, 4g RBC 4, NFL 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2g Thespians 2, 3, 4-3 Student Council 1, Play Cast 2, Play Crew 2, 3g Debate 2. DIANE L. GRAVIUS, Commercial L'Be yourself and you will be original." GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Perry Players 3, 45 FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2g FSA 3, 49 Play Crew 2, 3, 49 Freshman Choir, Glee Club 23 Minstrel 3g Prom Committee 3. DAN D. CREENFELDER, General HWe all love some funfl Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fguardl. CANDY A. GRESSE, Commercial 'iKindness is what the world needsf' FBL 3, 45 Art Club 1g Bandg Glee Club 1, 2. TOM P. GUTHEINZ, College Prep 'There is mischief in this personf' Football 1, 2 ftacklel. CLAUDE N. GUTHRIE, General "A remote and unusual fellow." Wrestling 2. SUE A. HALCO, College Prep tilt is the friendly heart that has many friendsf' Clock Staff 2, Cheerleader 1g C-AA 1, 25 Perry Players 43 FNC 1, 2 iv. pres.J, 3, 4 ftreas.Jg Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Glee Club 2. RONNA K. HARBISON, Commercial NShe is just the same to all-friendly and full of funf' Black and White Came 2, 3, Girls' Leaders 35 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 ftri-captainlg CAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4g Perry Players 2, 3, 43 RBC 4, FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2 fhistlg Play Crew 2, 3, 43 Debate 43 Class Hist. 1, Class Sec. 2, 3, Prom Committee 3 fheadl. CAROLYN J. HARRISON, Commercial '4Live1y and gay, the spirit of funf, Black and White Came 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 3, 45 RBC 4, FEL 4, FHA 1, 2g A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir, C-lee Club 3, 4. DAVID L. HARRISON, General NA thoughtful-minded, quiet guy is hef' Shop Foreman 3. DONALD W. HARRY, College Prep i'Small in stature, but not in mind." NHS 3, 4. RICK J. HELIVI, College Prep "He seems to enjoy life." Science Club 1. CYNTHIA A. HENNING, College Prep "She is always busy with some new interest Panther's View 1, 2, 3, 4 fco-feature ed.Jg Q 81 S 3 4 Black and White Game 2, GAA 1, 2, 3 fsec.D, 4, FTA 1 2 NHS 3, 43 Perry Players 2, 3, 4 fhist.Jg RBC 2, 3 4 PBX 4 Thespians 3, 4, Play Cast 3g Play Crew 1, 2, 3 4 Fre hman Choir, Prom Committee 35 Minstrel 3. TIMOTHY L. HERMANN, General uGood-nature is his foremost assetf, Seninrs . . . CHERYL A. HlNSON, Commercial 4'She is sincere and true in all she attempts to dof, GAA 1, 2, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Bookends 3, 4 fpres.l, Hall Cuard 3, Prom Committee 3. GARY E. HOHMAN, College Prep HA person of silence is a person of sensef' Science Club 1. KAREN L. HOLLINGBAUGH, College Prep uShe is pleasant, neat and kind-one like that you seldom findf, GAA 2, FBL 3, 4, FHA 2, 3, FSA 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. MARSHALL L. HOLMES, College Prep HA friend to one, a friend to allf' Clock Staff 4 fphotographerbg Wrestling 2, Science Club 1, Key Club 3, 4, AV 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4 iv. pres.7, Prom Committee 3. JUDY A. HOPPER, College Prep HA true heart is the beginning of all good things." Black and White Came 3, Perry Players 3, 4, RBC 4, Play Cast 4, Play Crew 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. FRANJEAN C. HOSNER, College Prep HShe's a neat and smiling friend? Black and White Game 2, Girls' Leaders 3, 4, CAA 1, 2, 4, FNC 1, 2, 4, Play Crew 3, 4. Cheerleader 1 , WADE J. HOSTELLER, College Prep "He leads a life of fun and friendliness? Science Club 1, Key Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. RONALD D. HOWARD, General 'll-lels always smiling and ready for a good time." Football 1 ftacklel, Shop Foreman 1, 2, 3. MARIANNE JEF F ERS, College Prep 'CA good heart is Worth its weight in gold." 'Transfer from Bellair. CAA 45 FNC 4. KAREN R. JOHN, Commercial UA cheery laugh makes the World grow merryf' RICHARD F. HOY, General uWhat would this world be without a little mischief?" Football 1, 2 fguardlg Track 1, 2 lmile runlg Key Club 29 A Cappella Choir 2, 3g Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2g Varsity Boys' Ensemble 2. T. BARTON HUBBARD, College Prep '6He is quiet but capable? Clock Staff 4 fsports ed.Jg NHS 3, 4, Science Club lg AV 3, 4. JOFSPH L. HUFFMAN, General KA cheerful smile makes the world grow merryfl A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir, Soph. Boys' Ensemble: Shop Foreman 4. RONALD L. ISLER, General MA mixture of quietness and boldness liked by all.', Freshman Choir. Panther's View 13 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Perry Players 3, 4, RBC 43 NFL34- FBL34 FSA34 Pa .9 .4 .:1YCrew3: 4, Debate 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 3. THOMAS G. JOHNSTON, College Prep 4'Where therels a will there's a way." Perry Players 4-g Science Club lg Chess Club 1. BEVERLY A. JONES, Commercial 'GlVlere words cannot describe her." GAA 1, 2, 3g FNC 2, 3, 4g FBL 3, Band 2, 3, 4. Student Director i t a REXINE V. KENNEDY, Commercial "Friendliness beams in her smilef, GAA 15 FBL 3, 4g FSA 43 Art Club 1, 2, 4, Freshman Choirg Glee Club 2, 3g Cashier 4. RICHARD D. KDANJ KERSTETTER, General 'Tull of fun, but serious, too." Football lg Basketball 1, 2, Science Club 13 Shop Foreman 1. TOM R. KINCAID, General 4'The force of his merit makes his own way." Basketball 2 Cguardl. DWAIN L. KINSINGER, College Prep '4Charaeter is a rnan's crowning glory." Science Club lg A Cappella Choir 25 Freshman Choirg Soph. Boys' Ensemble. Seniors . . . J. EDWIN JONES, College Prep '4He excels in many fields." Clock Staff 4g Panther's View 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fguard, linebackerlg Track 45 NHS 3, 4, Perry Players 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3 fsec.D, 4 fsecjg A Cappella Choir 25 Freshman Choirg Class Vice-Pres. 1, Minstrel 39 Prom Committee 3. REBECCA A. JONES, Commercial '4With all the exquisite grace of womanhoodf' Perry Players 45 FBL 3, 43 FSA 3, 4g Guidance Assistant 43 Prom Committee 3. MARCY L. JUKICH, General '4She's little, but so is a stick of dynamite." GAA 2, 3, 43 FHA 2, 3, 4 fsec.D. KAREN R. KEMMERLING, College Prep L'She is fun to be withf' Black and White Game 3, 4, CAA 1, 2, 3 fhistj, 4 fsecj FNC 4g Band 3, 4 fsec.-treas.l. 1 ROGER M. KLEPTACH, College Prep 6'Sincerity is the key to friendship? Band 4-5 A Cappella Choir 2, 35 Freshman Choirg Soph. Boys' Ensembleg Varsity Boys' Ensemble 3. FRANK E. KLICK, General "He is as profound as he is quietfl Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fcenter-middle guardlg Wrestling 3, 4-5 Boys' Leaders 45 Freshman Choirg Glee Club 2. SHIRLEY L. KOHL, General 6'She has a Way all her ownf' Black and White 1, 25 GAA 1, 2, 35 Perry Players 35 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Majorette 2, 3, 4- fheadJ5 Minstrel 2, 3, 4. KENNETH D. KOHLER, General "Business can wait until tomorrowf' Track 1. JOHN W. KROSS, College Prep "Many of his talents are yet undiscovered? Football 1, 2 ftacklebg NHS 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 Chess Club 1 ftreasj, 25 Student Council. TONI A. KULICH, Cornrnercial HA joy that is shared is a joy that is doubled." FBL 3, 45 FSA 3, 45 Play Crew 45 Freshman Choir5 Guidance Assistant 45 Prom Committee 3. BARBARA J. KULISEK, Commercial Wfhe only way to he happy is to have H good time." Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Ctriecaptainlg GAA 15 Perry Players 2, 3, 45 FBL 3, 45 FHA 15 FSA '3, 45 Minstrelg Prom Committee 35 Football Queen. DELORIS A. LANHAM, College Prep 6'She is quiet, but kindf' CAA 1, 45 FNC 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Choir5 Prom Committee 3. Scnirfrs . DAVE LAPP, College Prep '4He enjoys life with good timesf, Science Club 1g Chess Club 1, 2. CI-IERYL LAPPIN, Commercial 4'Original is she in all her brightness? GAA 15 FBL 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN K. LASHINSKE, Commercial MA silent girl with a warm heartf, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4-g FNC 2, FBL 33 FHA 15 Bookends 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. PAT A. LENN, College Prep 4'She is an independent and hard-working girlf, GAA 25 FNC 1, 23 Science Club 1. DAYTON E. LEWARK, College Prep "He takes things as they come, serene and unmovedf ELLEN A. LEWIS, General uShe possesses an infectious laugh? CAA 1, 21, FNC 3, Art Club I, 2, 4. PATTY A. LEWIS, Commercial "She lives a life of fun and good timesf' Girls' Leaders 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 45 FBL 3, 4 FSA 3, 4. TOM W. LEWIS, General "A gay-hearted guy." MIKE R. MCCLAUGHRY, College Prep "He is full of devilmentf' Chess Club 1, 2, Student Council 1. SUE J. MCCULLOUGH, Commercial "She's a bundle of fun.'7 Black and White Game 2, 3, 4, Girls' Leaders 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Art Club 1, Bookends 3, 4 Csec.J, Cashier 4, Prom Committee 3, Geisha Girl 2. SUE J. MACIOCE, Commercial wllo enjoy life is to love life." Black and White Game 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3 fpres.J, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4 Cpres.J, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 lv. pres.J, Freshman Choir, Mixed Ensemble 2. JUDY A. MARSH, College Prep "Beauty without grace is a violet without a scentf, Black and White Game 2, Cheerleader 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Perry Players 4, FNC 4, Art Club 1, Play Crew 3, Glee Club 2. 3, Prom Committee 3. VICTORIA S. LIBER, College Prep HShe is full of pep and friendliness." Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 Ctri-captainl, Attendant 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, FNC 1, 2, 4, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Varsity Girls' Ensemble 3, 4, Mixed Ensemble 3, 4, Class Sec. 1, Minstrel 3, Prom Committee 3, Photogenic Finalist 3. TERESA J. LONG, College Prep MA halo of beauty encircles this pleasant girlf: GAA 1, 2, FTA 1, 2, 4, NHS 3, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Varsity Girls' Ensemble 2, Prom Committee 3, Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 3, 4. GEORGE G. LUCAS, College Prep Hln solitude there are thoughtsfl Football 1, 2, 3 fhalf-backlg Chess Club 1, Lab Assistant 4. BOBBIE JO LUDWIG, College Prep 'LSWeet and unassuming, yet so capablef' GAA 2, FNC 1, 2 ftreas.D, 3 Cv. pres.J, 4, Prom Committee 3. Seniors . . . TOM H. MARVIN, General 4'0nly naturalness begets originalityf' Football 1, 2 fguardb. DENNIS A. MARZELLA, College Prep "He attains Whatever he attemptsf, Chess Club 1, 2 ttreas.J, Student Council 1, A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir, Soph. Boys' Ensemble, Prom Committee 3. SANDY 1... MATTERN, Commercial L'Quiet, poised and prettyf, GAA 1, 4, FTA 4, Perry Players 4, Bookends 3, 4, Fresh- man Choir, Clee Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 3. MARANN K. MAUGER, Commercial 6'Cheerful is her middle namef, Panther's View 3, 4 fbus. mgr.J, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, PBX 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. FRED L. MAURER, College Prep uHe's quiet, but full of friendlinessf' Basketball 3, 4 fforwardb, Science Club 1, Play Crew 2, Hall Guard 3. JACK E. MERRYMAN, College Prep '4His interests, like his friends, are many and varied." Clock Staff 3 fphotographerlg Panther's View 1, 2, 3 fass't. ed.J, 4 fed.-in-chiefjg Q Sz S 3, 4, Basketball 2 Cmgr.J, 3 fhead mgr.J, Baseball 2 fmgr.J, 3, 4 Cpitcherlg Perry Players' 2, 3, RBC 2, 3, 4, Science Club 1, Key Club 2, 3, 4 fpres.J,'l Executive Council 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Class Pres. 4. ' SUSAN K. MASTERS, Commercial "A pretty face and a friendly disposition Compliment each other." Panther's View 4 ftypistlg Black and White Game l, CAA 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, FNC 2, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, PBX 3, 4, Play Cast 3, Freshman Choir, Clee Club 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Attendant 4. ALICE M. MATHESON, Commercial '4Happiness may come from good times." Black and White Game 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Clee Club 1, 2, 3. DAVID R. MILHOAN, College Prep "He has what it takes to get alongf, Football I fendlg Baseball 43 Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2, 35 Mr. Photogenic 3. DELORES M. KPEGGYD MILLER, Commercial 5'She's extremely quiet, but extremely pleasantf' FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4 fsec.-treas.l. JAMES M. MILLER, College Prep uHe possesses a quiet manner and a pleasant smile." NHS 3, 43 Science Club lg Chess Club 1, 29 Bookends 1, 2. RANDALL A. MILLER, College Prep HA rather quiet but competent lad." TIMOTHY O. MILLER, College Prep L'He seems constantly to be having a good timef' Football 1 fquarterbacklg Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1 fmgrj, 2, 3, 4 fsec. baselg Key Club 2, 3, 4 fboard mem.Jg Student Council lg Play Crew 3 fheadbg Play Cast 43 Class Vice Pres. 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3. ALICE M. MILHORN, College Prep "There is none other like her anywhere." FEL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3 Ctreaslg FSA 4. RITA K. MISLIMEN, Commercial "She is a bundle of charms tied with a lovely smilef' GAA 2, Perry Players 43 FBI. 3, 4g FHA I, 2g FSA 4. CHUCK S. MITCHELL, College Prep '6Every0ne knows him as a good-natured guy." AV 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Serzmrs . . RAY K. QKEND MORRIS, General MA worker and a friend are life's greatest needsf' Glee Club 35 Hall Guard 3. RICHARD A. MORRIS, College Prep "He that has knowledge spares his wordsf' Baseball 2, 3, 4 Cpitcher, outfieldl. RICHARD P. IVIORTLAND, General 'There is wisdom in his silence." A Cappella Choir 2, 3g Freshman Choir. THOMAS C. MOSER, College Prep "Many are they that know him as a friendf' Football Ig Science Club I fpresj. WILLIAM A. MOTTICE, General L'He abounds in good humor? IVIARCENE E. MURRAY, Commercial "She makes her way quietly through the worldf, CAA Ig- Science Club lg FHA lg Bookends 13 Chess Club 1. D. THOMAS MUSTER, General '4You always know when he's aroundf, Freshman Choirg Soph. Boys' Ensemble. GRETCHEN D. NEWPORT, Commercial "She is a perfect combination of beauty and sweet ness? GAA 25 Perry Players 45 FSA 3, 4g Prom Committee 3. LINDA S. POTH, College Prep 'LA girl full of fun, enthusiastic in all she does." Black and White Game 2, 33 Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, Play Cast 2, 4-5 Play Crew lg Hall Guard 35 Minstrel 15 Prom Committee 3. DONALD E. POTTS, General "A good-natured and sincere friendf' JIM W. PRESSON, General 'EA friend who's always smilingf' GARY F. PRESTON, General "He is a quiet and dignified personfl LARRY G. NOBLE, General '4What would the band do without him?" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 fpresnlg Minstrel 4. ANN E. PALMER, College Prep "A friendly girl with a heart of goldf' GAA 1, 2, 3, FTA 1, 3, 4g NHS 3, 43 Perry Players 45 Fresh Mixed Ensemble 45 Hall Guard 3. BRIAN L. PARKS, College Prep 'There is laughter all around himf, FTA 1g Bookends 1g Debate 2. SHARON I. PHILLIPS, College Prep "Sweetness and laughter are combined in this girlf, GAA lg Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Majorette 3, 43 Minstrel 3. l -F man Choir, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 43 Soph. Girls' Ensemble, SHARON I. RANDELS, College Prep NA more loyal friend would be hard to find." Clock Staff 2, GAA 1, 2, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, FNC 1, 2, Bookends 2, Play Crew 3, Hall Guard 3, Prom Committee 3. KAY D. RATLIFF, Commercial 4'lVlaybe a quiet girl, but quite a girl." Clock Staff 4 fbus. mgr.J, GAA 1, NHS 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, PBX 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Glce Club 2, 3, Guidance Assistant 4, THOMAS P. RAYIVIONDI, General 4'He is wild and fun-loving." 'Freshman Choir. KATHLEEN E. REAIVI, Commercial HA truly wonderful person? GAA 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 4, FBL 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, FSA 3, 4, Bookends 1, Play Cast 3, Play Crew 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Class Treas. 2, Prom Committee 3. Smivrs .. . WILLIAM .I. LIOEJ PREUSSER, College Prep L'He enjoys athletics and good times." Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Cco-captain, quarterbackl, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 fforwardl, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Leaders 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4 ftreas.J, Student Council 2, Play Crew 3, 4, Minstrel 3. WILLIAM O. PYLES, JR, General Hlklischievous in all he doesf' JEAN RADEL, Commercial 'LF un in her own special Way." GAA 1, Play Cast 2, A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir 1, Soph. Girls' Ensemble 2, Cafe Staff 3. NICK J. RAIKOVICH, College Prep "An ambitious and mischievous guyf' Pantherls View 4, Track 1, Perry Players 4. RICHARD A. REECE, College Prep 4'He'll do anything for a laughf' Debate 2. CHARLYNN G. REED, Commercial MShe is poised, polite and personablef' FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4. VICKI L. REIFSNYDER, Commercial HShe has a heart with room for every joyf, Perry Players 43 FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3, FSA 3, 4, PBX 4, Play Crew 43 Guidance Assistant 3. JEANNE M. REISENBERGER, Commercial ulVlerriment and devilment in one small package." Black and White Game 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 43 FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4: Chess Club 2, Prom Committee 3. I l ROBERT P. RIDEOUT, College Prep "A quick-witted guy liked by all." Basketball 3, 4 fguardbg Perry Players 4, Key Club 3, KATHY S. RIDER Commercial 7 'lShe radiates beautyfl Black and White Came 2, GAA 1, 2, 4, Play Crew 1, 2, 3, 4 fhishl. CARLOS A. RINALDI, College Prep "A favorite since his first day at Perryfl Exchange Student from Argentina. 4. 1g Band Panther's View 43 Perry Players 4g Key Club 43 Spanish Club 45 Play Cast 4, Debate 4. JERRY R. RIDCWAY, General "lt's not only his stature that makes him great." Football 1, 2, imiddle guard! 3 ffullbackjg Boys' Lead 45 Shop Foreman 1, 2, 3. ers 2, 3, Seuivrs . . . BONNIE L. RISHER, Commercial HA smart girl, a smart personalityf, GAA 2, 4, NHS 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, FSA 3, 4, PBX 3, 4, Student Council 1, Glee Club 2. DAVID A. ROBINSON, College Prep "He's conservative, but very witty." Perry Players 3, 4 fv. pres.l, RBC 4, NFL Crew 3, 4, Debate 3, 4. KAREN l. ROGERS, College Prep NA girl with few faults and many friends." Perry Players 4, FNC 2, 3, 4, Bookends 3, PBX 4, A Cap- pella Choir 2, Freshman Choir, Glee Club 3. DONNA J. ROHRER, Commercial uLively and gay whatever the dayf, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1, Bookends 3, 4, Prom Committee 3. r 1 3, 4 fpres.J, Play JUANITA L. ROMIG, Commercial f'A girl full of fun and chatterf' Geisha Girl 2. BONNIE K. RONK, Commercial '4She is srweet in her own certain wayf, 'Perry Players 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, FSA 3, 4. JOAN E. ROTH, College Prep "The world delights in sunny people. GAA 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Perry Players 3, 4 Play Cast 2, Play Crew 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Freshman Choir fpres.l, Minstrel 3, Prom Committee 3. SUSAN RUSSELL, Commercial "A friend to all and everyone's friend." GAA 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 4, Guidance Assistant 4. 77 RICK D. SCHMALTZ, General "Kindness strikes the heart while merit wins the soul." Art Club 49 Play Crew lg Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Hall Guard 3g Prom Committee 3. MARILYN L. SCHMIDT, Commercial "Not as serious as she looksf, GAA 1, 2, 3, 49 NHS 3, 43 FBL 3, 45 FSA 3, 4g Student Council 1' Hall Guard lg Cashier 4. 1 I , , ,U 474440 Jlw ZW A '- lla ea, MQW J me flfwlelo DAVID L. SCHMEBELEN, College Prep 'LStillness of person, kindness of naturef, NHS 3, 4. LINDA L. SCHROCK, General "A cheerful heart makes bright the wayf' FNC 3, 4g FHA 2, 3, 4. GLENN R. fRAYJ SAUERS, College Prep 4'Always on the go-when he's away from school." KEN E. SCHAFER, General MA unique sort of guyf' Football 25 Basketball lg Track 19 Wrestling 2, 3g Play Crew 3g Shop Foreman 4. CURTIS W. SCHLARB, JR., College Prep "A good-looking, congenial friend." Baseball 2, 3, 4 ipitcher, outfieldlg Science Club lg Key Club 3, 43 Prom Committee 35 Photogenic Finalist 33 Perry Play- ers 4. WALTER SCHLAUPITZ, College Prep "He has a kind and friendly heartf' MIKE A. SHANE, General 4'Quiet, yet you know hels there." Football 1 fbackl. SHARON SHEELY, Commercial 5'Her mild manner is liked by all." Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2. DAVID J. SHEPPARD, College Prep "Man,s flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledgef' Panther's View 3, 4 fmang. ed.Jg Q 81 S 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2 fcenterlg NHS 3, 4 fpresjg Perry Players 3, 43 Science Club 13 Key Club 2 fsec.J, 3 Qpres.J, 4 flt.-g0v.J: Chess Club lg Student Council 25 Play Crew 3g A Cappella Choir 23 Freshman Choirg Class Pres. 1. THOMAS W. SHERMAN, College Prep "He has a wide range of interests." Baseball fmgnlg Science Club lg Play Crew 25 Hall Guard 3g Lab Assistant 4. Seniors . . BOB A. SENSE, General "A package of energy and devilmentf' Football I, 2 fllalf-backl, 3 fmgrj, 4 Chead mgr.Jg Basketball 1, 2 fguardlg Track 3 1220, high jumplg Wrestling 4-5 Shop Foreman 1, 25 Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM K. SEVIER, General 'STO fill the hour-that is happiness." Football 1, 4 Cmgnlg Wrestling 3, 4g Chess Club lg Shop Foreman 4 Prom ommittee 3. .M , W ,,,ef,,feefJfafie L! X nvtp4gf2aA-.,j444c 2 F LARRY A. SEWARD, College Prep "A guy full of fun and personality? Panther's View 3, 4 Csports ed.Jg Q 81 S 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4 fhalf-backlg Track 3, 4 C440, mile relay, broad jump, 100lg Key Club 3, 4. FRED L. SHAFFER, College Prep "Happy is the one who wears the crown of content- mentf, Science Club lg Freshman Choir. KEITH R. SHIVELY, College Prep "He is naturally friendly and always fun." Pantherls View 4 fcartoonistlg Football I Cquarterbackl, 2 fcenter, mid. guardlg Wrestling 2, Science Club Ig Key Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4 fpreslg Student Council Ig Prom Committee 3. LILY A. SHULOK, College Prep HA friendly girl who is attractive and active.'7 Black and White Game Ig Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, RBC 43 Play Crew I, 2 Ceo-headlg A Cappella Choir 23 Freshman Choir, Class Treas. 3, 4, Minstrel 33 Prom Committee 3 fheadl. PAULA S. SICHLER, College 'Prep "Music is said to be the speech of angels? Pla Cast 2 Pla Crew 3 4' A Ca ella Choir 2 3 4 itreasjg Y 3 Y 1 a PP 1 , Freshman Choir lg Varsity Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4g Prom Com- mittee 3. GARY B. SIEBER, General "A quiet mind is better than a crownf' Football 3 fendlg Freshman Choir I. i PATRICIA SLANE, Commercial uWe can do more by being good than in any other way." FSA 4. STEVE SMELTZER, College Prep "He dearly loves mischievous funf Football I, 2, 3, 4 Cguard, linebacker, mid. guard? Wrestling 52, Z, 4, Boys' Leaders 3, 4, Play Crew 3, Glee Club 3 Minstrel f fl ' - , 1 -g lwhyzlf-f X-'Vp VU r , 'l I VU l Jifju ,T L l . . W get , l VU Lxvjuhlfl' ,Q , fi ' ,Nl ,U F' . Z , .V ,,Jy.l .V JB. Apu! pr with we -of , Jmjww 1 UL W ll 1 I v f 7,7 LL' 2 K , t V1 W. , , Tame' htm 3 A A -, K. ' ' ' ' f . an Q PHYLIS BOWLING SMITH, Commercial "Blond but not light-headed? Perry Players 45 Art Club 2, 3. VIRGINIA A. SNYDER, College Prep 4'Her talents are of the more silent type." GAA 1, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2 3 Freshman Choir, Soph. Girls' Ensemble. Seniors. . . SAUNDRA J. SOUTHWORTH, Commercial NA sweet and thoughtful friendf' GAA 3, 4-g Perry Players 4g FHA 1, 2g Bookends 3, 4 ftreas.D Prom Committee 3. CYNTHIA A. SPEELIVIAN, College Prep 6'She bubbles over with friendliness." CAA 1, 3, 45 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4g NHS 3, 45 Perry Players 3, 4 RBC 44 Student Council lg Play Crew 35 Glee Club 2, 3 Prom Committee 3. WILLIAM L. fLEEJ SPIVEY, College Prep HA pleasing guy to all he meets." Freshman Choir. CHARLOTTE A. SPONSELLER, Commercial "A shining face finds its way into all hearts." FHA lg Clec Club 1. ' "'i' Z 1 1 DANNY SPRAGGS, College Prep "From a little spark may burst a mighty flame." SANDRA K. STARK, Commercial 4'She has a greatness of personalityf' FBL 35 FHA 1. GARY W. STARKEY, General '4Success will be his beyond a doubtf, Football 1, 2 Ccenterbg Science Club 13 Play Crew 23 Hall Guard 3. CAROL I. STAUDT, College Prep "She is quiet, friendly and petitef, FTA 1, 2, 3, 45 Perry Players 2, 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2 fsec.J: Bookends 23 Thespians 2, 3 Cscribeb, 45 Play Cast 1, 2, 3, 4g Play Crew 13 Glee Club 2, 49 Minstrel 1g Prom Committee 3. W-- JUDITH K. STURM, College Prep 'cShe is true to her word, her fr-iends, and all else." Black and White Game 3 foo-captainlg GAA 1, 39 Perry Players 2, 4, FNC 1, 2 fsec.J, 3 ftreas.J, 4 lv. pres.Jg NFL 2, 3, 4g Bookends lg Play Cast 23 A Cappella Choir 2, Fresh- man Choirg Hall Guard 35 Prom Committee 3. LINDA L. SUMMERS, Commercial "Her quietness is impressivef, CONNIE L. TEMPLE, College Prep "A merry heart makes a pleasant girlf' Black and White Game 25 GAA 1, 2, 4, Perry Players 4: FNC l, 2. SUSAN K. TERRETT, College Prep UA real live wire who's full of fun." Black and White Game 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Leaders 3, 4g GAA 1, 2, 3 Ctreasj, 45 FTA 45 Perry Players 43 Glee Club 2, 3 fsec.-treas.l. 4. SANDRA K. STEVENSON, Commercial 'LA smile properly used will work wondersf' GAA lg FBL 3, 4. SHELBY A. STOVER, College Prep "She likes to laugh and be happy? GAA 1g FTA 1, 2g Art Club 3, 4, Bookends 3, 4 Chistjg Play Crew 3, Glee Club 23 Prom Committee 3. TOM L. STROPKI, College Prep nlxlot much talk, but a nice silence." Freshman Choir. BONNIE L. STUDEBAKER, College Prep HA sweet and well-thought-of friendf' Black and White Game 23 Perry Players 45 FNC 2, 3, 4, PBX 4, Freshman Choirg Glee Club 2, 33 Hall Guard 23 Play Crew 4. PHYLLIS A. ULLOM, General '4She is full of life and love for all." Girls' Leaders 4, GAA 1, 2, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 2, 3, Debate 2, Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2, 3, Soph. Girls' Ensemble. SHARON A. URBAN, Commercial Wllhere is no policy like friendlinessf' Black and White Game 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Perry Player 4, FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2. GARY M. VALASEK, College Prep MA winning smile, a happy way, a capable boy We all should sayf' Perry Players 4, Chess Club 1. DORIS M. VEON, Commercial 4'She is the fire of life-warm to all." FBL 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Seniors . JUERGEN THARP, College Prep Ulf you're good, youlll miss too much funf, MARSHA A. THOMAS, College Prep 4'She is busy, but never too busy to make a friend? GAA 1, 2, FTA 2, 3, 4 fpres.J, NHS 3, 4, Perry Players 2, 3, 4 fboard of dir.J, RBC 2, 3 fmgnl, 4 Cpres.l, Bookends 1, 2, Thespians 3, 4, Play Cast 2, Play Crew 1, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Choir, Soph. Girls' Ensemble, Prom Committee 3. O Q DAVID THOMPSON, General "A mild-mannerecl ladf' TOM J. TOMSHO, College Prep "Studying is my jinxf' AV 4. DELBERT G. WALLICK, General "He is honest and successful? Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Shop Foreman 4. CHUCK R. WALTERS, Commercial "Wine, women and song are the ruination of young men, so llll cut out singingfl Football 1, 2, 4 fhalf-hacklg Track 1, 2, 3, 4 fmile, mile relay, low hurdles, half milelg Hall Guard 3, Prom Committee 3. RON G. WALTZ, General "He attempts all, achieves what he can." Clock Staff 4g Perry Players 3, 4, Science Club 15 Art Club 1, 2 frecorderl, 3 iv. pres.D, '4g Play Crew 2, '3 Ceo-headlg Prom Committee 3 Cheady. JOYCE M. WARD, Commercial "She is one of rest and ease." FHL 3, FSA 4. Seniors . . . CAROL K. WARREN, General "So quiet and so sweetf' GAA 2, Perry Players 2, FHA l, 2, 3, 45 Play Crew I. ROSEMARY WASEITY, College Prep NA sincere, friendly girlf, DIANNE S. WATKINS, College Prep 4'Her heart is Warm with the friends she makes." FNC 1, 2, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4g Freshman Choirg Varsity Girls' Ensemble 2, Prom Committee 3. CINDY J. WEAVER, General "Tbere's such a mirthful cast in her behavior." Prom Committee 3. CHERYL K. WEEKLEY, Commercial "There are few like her." Play Crew 3, Freshman Choirg Clee Club 2, 3g Prom Com- mittee 3. LINDA lVI. WEEKLEY, Commercial :Speech is silverg silence is golden." Freshman Choir. RANDOLPH H. WEIDNER, College Prep 'LA man passes for what he is Worth." Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track lg AV 3, 45 Art Club Ig Play Cast 2, 3g A Cappella Choir 2, 3 fv. pres.l, 4 lmgr.Jg Freshman Choir, Soph. Boys' Ensemble, Varsity Boys' Ensemble 3, 4. LINDA K. WEISER, Commercial '4Where therels fun she isg where she is tl1ere's fun.', GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Perry Players 43 FNC 2, 3, FHA 2, 4, Book- ends 4g Freshman Choir, Clee Club 2g Prom Committee 3. s GREGORY J. WISDEN, General 4'Our thoughts are our ownf' MADELYN I. WITMER, General 4'She is full of fun and mischieff' GAA 3, 4, Perry Players 3, 4, RBC 4, Play Crew 3, 4. PATRICIA Nl. WITMER, College Prep uIt's the happy people who accomplish muchf' Clock Staff 3, 4 lsr. ed.Ig Pantherls View 4, Q Sz S 3, 43 FTA 2, 3, 4 llibrarianbg NHS 3, 4 ftreas.Jg Perry Players 3, 43 Art Club 1, 2, 3 Csec.J, 49 Prom Committee 3. SANDRA K. WITSCHY, College Prep '4One could not hope to know a happier, more versatile personf, Clock Staff 2, 3, 4 led.-in-chieflg Q 8 S 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 4, Perry Players 3, 4g FNC 1, 2 t'hist.J, 3 fsec.D, 4 fpres.Jg Exec- utive Council 4g Play Cast 2g Play Crew 3, A Cappella Choir 2, Freshman Choir: Varsity Girls' Ensemble 2, Prom Com- mittee 3 theadb. Cast 3, Play JANET M. WHITE, Commercial GTO all her smile is extendedg by her no one is of- fendeclfi GAA lg FTA 1, 2 Ctreasl, 3, 4 fv. pres.D, FBL 3, 4g FSA 45 Art Club 1, 2, Freshman Choirg Prom Committee 3. CHERYL D. WIGGINS, Commercial NI never worry about my lessons, they're in my books." Black and White Game 23 GAA 35 Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. ROBERT D. WILE, JR., General MA light heart lives longfl Science Club 1, Band 4 lpantherjg Astronomy Club 2. JOYCE S. WILLIAMSON, Commercial HSometimes quiet-always full of funfl Black and White Game 2, 3, 4g GAA 3, 4, FBL 3, 4, FSA 3, 45 Chess Club 25 Student Council lg Prom Committee 3. 3 X 1 3' R THOMAS YODER, General "A different sort of lad in many respectsfl Football 1, 2, 3 ffullbackbg Freshman Choirg Glee Club 3. JOANNE J. ZENO, Commercial '4She has a friendly heart that makes many friendsfl Q GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Perry Players 4, RBC 4g FBL 3, 43 Play ,V Crew 35 Freshman Choir, Glee Club 2, Cashier 3, 4, Prorr Committee 3. I , W' 1 2 t , w J ,1 , 4 4 " ,f , . . M ' , . .,,' . 'FIHELEN R. HMMERMAN, commercial 4'Her spirit possesses loyalty and graciousnessf, FBL 3, 49 FHA 1, 2, Cashier 4. LINDA DONAVON, Commercial "A newcomer at P.H.S. but already a favoritef, Svrziars . . . LARRY R. WOOD, General 'iLife is a joke, with everyday a new punch linefi Football 1 ffullbackbg Perry Players 4, Freshman Choirg Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Minstrel 33 Prom Committee 3. LINDA L. WRIGHT, Commercial "She always has a pleasant smile for everyonef' Black and White Game 1, 2, 3, 4-g GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Cv. pres.J: Perry Players 2, 4-g FBL 1, 2, 3, 4, Play Crew 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Minstrel 3. RUTH E. WRIGHT, Commercial a'Her heart is large and full of fun." NHS 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, 3 fpres.D, 4 fpres.Jg Bookends 3, 49 Executive Council 3, 45 Cashier 4. JACK M. WUERTZ, Commercial HI never let my studies interfere with my high school education? Football 1 Ciullbackbg Basketball 1 fmgrjg Perry Players 45 RBC 4. 1 r X. X. Seniors PAM MALLET COLE, General HA friendly and good-natured personf, Black and White Came 3g GAA 2, 35 Art Club 1, 2. EARL KANE, General wfhe silent typef' AMIEL MEYER, General Hllespect is his middle name." DARLENE YEARY, General lQuietness is a golden virtue., Because of overcrowded conditions, Mr. Roger Babb, chemistry teacher, conducts a class in the home economics department. 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W , f """fi"""' 'xg M 'W Che Perry Board af Sdumfivrz Www PAUL PFEIFFER, Execuzive Head Perry Local Schoolsg Col- lege of Wooster, ABg Kent State University, MAQ Ohio State Uni- ROBERT FLANDERS, Principalg Kent State University, BS, MAg Ohio State University. versity. Zzculfy TED R. JOHNSON, Assistant Principal, Kent State Uni- versity, ' BS, lVlEdg Western Reserve. BEVERLY ALLERTON, Grove City College, Penn., BS in Commerce, FSA, Typing I, ll, Shorthand. ROGER BABB, Ohio State University, BSg Mount Un- ion, Physics, Chemistry. JOHN BEACH, Kent State University, BS, Chemistry. RICHARD DALE BIRD, Baldwin Wallace, BA, As- sistant Football Coach, Track Coach, Health. BURYL BOSTON, West Liberty State College, AB, West Virginia University, Business Arithmetic. Sizczzlfy JACK BOWEN, Muskingum College, BS, Akron Uni- versity, Kent State University, Future Teachers, Key Club, Algebra ll, Advanced Math. BARBARA BUSSARD, Kent State University, BS, GAA, Girls' Leaders, Physical Education, Dean of Girls. DON CABLE, Akron University, BS, Kent State Uni- versity, Head Basketball and Baseball Coach, Ameri- can History, Psychology. OMEGA CAIN, Murray State College, Kentucky, AB, College of Commerce, Bowling Green, Kentucky, AB, Columbia University, New York, MA, FSA, Short- hand I, II, Transcription, Office Practice. JOSEPH DEMAREE, Muskingum College, AB, As- sistant Football Coach, Track Coach, Biology. MARJORIE DURST, Ohio State University, BS, Kent State University, Geometry. KARLENE ENGLEMAN, Western Kentucky State, BM, Vocal Music. ROY ESTEP, Mount Union, BPSM, Instrumental Mu- sic. ll- JOHN G. EVANS, Ohio University, BS, Head Football Coach, Physical Education. JOHN FEATHERINGHAM, Kent State University, BS, American History, Sociology. HARRY HALL, Mount Union, BA, Audio-Visual Club, Audio-Visual Activities Supervisor, Faculty Manager, Social Studies. JAMES HAMMOND, Glenville State College, BSQ Salem College, BS, General Business, Government, Business English, Business Law. ROBERT HENRY, Youngstown University, BS, Ameri- can History, Economics. STEPHEN HIEGLE, Mount Union, BA, Akron Univer sity, Malone, American History. MARIAN KIENZLE, Mount Union College, BA, Eng- lish II. ROBERT KISTLER, Kent State University,' BS 'in Ed., Masters in Health and Physical Education, Miami Uni- versity, English Ill. Zzculfy EDWARD MATHIE, Kent State University, BS, Mount Union, Reserve Basketball Coach, Mechanical Drawing I, II, Advanced Drawing. LOU MATTACHIONE, Bowling Green State Univer- sity, BS, Perry Players, RBC, Thespians, NFL, Speech, Debate, Government. PAT MATTACHIONE, Bowling Green State University, AB, BS, Kent State University, Yearbook Advisor, Newspaper Advisor, Quill and Scroll, Director of Adult Education Program, English IV, Journalism. EVELYN Mc NUTT, Kent State University, BS, ME, Muskingum College, Ohio State University, Yearbook Co-Advisor, Quill and Scroll, Future Homemakers, Fu- ture Nurses, Home Economics. DON MILLER, Kent State University, BS in Ed., BS in Business, Algebra I, Geometry. JACK MILLER, Kent State University, BS, Biology. HELEN NIARCHOS, Ohio State University, BA, Kent State University, English II, III. OMAR PEREZ, Ohio University, BA, University of Nebraska, MA, Akron University, University of Ma- drid, Spain, University of Basle, Switzerland, Col- gate University, Spanish II, III, English III. MATTHEW QUELLA, Kent State University, BSg Eng- lish III. MARGARET ROWND, Denison University, BA, Eng- lish IV, Latin II. DOLORES SHEEHAN, Western Reserve University, BSQ Cleveland Institute of Art, Art Clubg Art. ROGER SIESEL, Miami University, BSQ Assistant ball Coach, Head Wrestling Coachg Industrial Arts. WILLIAM STOLLAR, Kent State University, BS, World History. LOUISE SWEARNGIN, Marietta College, BA, BS, French I, II. SHIRLEY THOMAS, Baker University, AB, Kent State Universityg Cheerleading, English II, Physiology. WALTER TISEVICH, Kent State University, BS, Wood III, IV, Industrial Arts II. Ehzculfy BARBARA TURNER, Kent State University, BSg Per- sonal Typing, Typing I, II. ROBERT WARD, Youngstown University, BM, Kent State University, MEd, Director of Guidance. GRACE WARGO, University of Pittsburgh, BA, Car- negie Institute of Technologyg Kent State University, Bookends, Librarian. BEN WATKINS, Kent State University, BS, Bookkeep- ing I, H. JEANNE JONES, Secretary and Bookkeeper. KAY SHILLING, Head Secretary to Mr. Flanders. Day in Salma! I43 Wx While Curt Schlarb and Ron Howard probe the innards of physiology's pet cat, Maryanne .lef- fers looks on with deep concentration. Mr. Beach looks over the shoulder of one of his students as he calculates the reactions of his experiment. dl Day in Schrwl ,lust what is a typical day at Perry High like for one of its ll00 pupils, Joe C. Student? His day be- gins by fighting his way through the crowded door- ways in the morning to his locker and then to his first period class in just five minutes. After this class, Joe has some questions about collegeg so he goes to the guidance office to discuss them with the able and helpful guidance counselor. Having cleared up these problems. he proceeds to his next class, ,4 Day in Schwl frm 'tj anticipating the lunch he will be having in an hour or so, When lunch period finally arrives, Joe still has a considerable wait before he gets through the long line and to the tray. During the class following lunch .loe is summoned to the principalis office. Won- dering what he could have done wrong, he nervously follows the office helper to their destination. He knows, however, that he should not be worried. No matter what the trouble is, the principal will be fair. Ten minutes later Joe feels great againg it was only a little mix-up in grade records. For the next hour Joe has a study hallg so he decides to go down to the gym and use some of the equipment to work out. After this physical exercise he goes to the Cindy Benzel and Linda David give their fullest attention to Mr. Jack Miller as he explains the study of bones as illustrated by the anatomy of the cat. l Madame Swearngin '6parle" a new French word to her first year students. Mrs. Sheehan aids Jim Bowling in the newest art class project. Mr. Kistler ponders over his lesson plans while the students busy themselves with a test. ,4 Day H1 Schwl fwn 'tj publications room for some mental exercise. His work on the newspaper is interrupted, however, by a meet- ing of some band members concerning an evening concert. Finally, itis time to go home to 3 or 4 hours of homework that should have been done in school. Joe fights his Way through the crowded halls to his locker and out to his bus in five minutes, the clay having begun and ended in a crowded rush. At lunch time students nourish their bodies so they can continue their days classes to the best of their abilities. Mr. Ward helps Tim Miller look over college catalogs to determine Mrs. Bussard explains test results to Pat Mc- his future career. Claughry and .leri Southworth. ' ' KM H5"' mf. 1' M, 1- f ' 'f,,,f "" 1, ,",f I ' fs.: ' iiii'f 1 'ii:??f?33'! The lmportance of study 15 demonstrated as these students work on thelr dally as slgnments Bonme Rxsher hstens carefully as Mrs Cam explams a short form ln shorthand Jhygf any C fn JAC ,C TJ C i 1. 'U' 1+ D r fy ,gf 1. S 4 iii 1' J l 1 ,ff 7"q lfA'1f1ff .J ,am Tle., fe fx ff- of , ' ' ' " L K 5' fl 1 4 L' 913' VY! 'AJ - 4, 1- F .N f - v , '.' f . , " ur S,r.,1 111.17 f,.1,,:L, W. H IQ, X Q ' L,f ff aff L "7 fl 0 AV' '31-JL! if 1,31 77 . VJ fc -jr ff f,,.5 il I ALA A' Karen Lashinske files the old magazines, just one of the many duties performed by the members of the Bookends. Mr. Hiegle points out to Doug Kuhn the area of an important action during the war between the states. ,.,-- W g M. 'wa Mrs. Mc Nutt explains to Cheryl Roth which finger to place a thimble on and why it is im- portant to use one while sewing. With piles of books Pam Benzel, Ginny Fohl, and Linda Romesburg wait to get on the bus to continue their studies at home. PERRY HIGH KITCHEN STAFF include Veronica Nist iheadb, Ina Edwards, Kathryn Bethune, Opal Taylor, Rhea Stipes and Gladys Doyle. PERRY HIGH CUSTODIANS are Josh Wahl, Wally Lallathin, Lou Clauss, Jim Sense. and Tom Whitehouse fheadl. Affracurricular Uwe travels with vivers to Myers places persvlzsi ART CLUB Fzrst row Karen Blackburn Lela Muster Nancy Robish, Barb Toth, Pat Williams, Sue Spencer, Rick Miller. Second row Mona Hackett Ellen Lewis .llm Bowling Rick Schmaltz, Joe Suarez, Ron Waltz, Lynn Gatchell. Third row: Shelby Stover Larry Creder Mike Danbraskl Allen Aker Leah Mansfield Bev Attkinson. dir glllb Perryis budding artists are always on the go. Visi- ting museums and taking trips take up the Art Club- bers' time away from school. This year they went to Akron to the Scholastic Art Awards. During Halloween season, members painted window scenes at the Lake Plaza shopping center. When found at home Perry's artists keep occupied painting posters for the other school organizations. A special project this year was the painting of stained glass windows in the Perry library. ART CLUB OFFICERS: advisor, Mrs. Sheehan, Keith Shi- vely, presidentg Ruth Swift, vice president, Nancy Tartaglio, secretaryg Rexine Kennedy, treasurer. AUDIO VISUAL: First row: Marshall Holmes, Randy Weidner, Ed Ranowsky, Everett DeWitt, Jeff Bednar, Jack Hallam, Roy Miller, ,Ierry Putt. Second row: Russ Bloom, ,lim Nelson, Bart Hubbard, Evan Fox, Ron Hoffman, John Sible, Rod Bricker, Dick Plunkett, Third row: John Hall, Don Smith, Tim Smeltzer, Ed Flaisig, Dave Coodenough, Rick Dutton, Lee Doolan, Gary .larrill, Mike Long. Fourlll row: Graden Bartko, Todd Bright, Rit-k Howe. Tom Tomsllo, Cliff Shaffer, Virgil Thompson, Marvin Sons. dl. If gfllb An important part of service to the school is fulfilled by the A.V. Club. This organization teaches boys the skills of operating and maintain- ing projection and sound equipment. A.V. boys aid the teachers by showing movies and operating tape recorders during class. Members announce at the basketball games, keep the P.A. and field phones functioning during football season, and provide lighting for school plays. An important project of the club is the noon movies, the proceeds are used to buy new equipment. AUDIO VISUAL OFFICERS: advisor, Mr. Hall, Gary Bergert senior advisor, Dick McKinney, junior advisorg Tim Pucky, sopho- more advisor. 4 1 V v 4 Q is, f y Q ' wie, 495 ty 'X 2 V314 Q Agfa ' " M 1 Q' , w ag ,BV Q A ggkk Y 3, I 3 'A xy 1"g'w9'Ir. If Q 3 -Q, 5. W ,it 7 El ,Q sw? - v X 35 ,Q vm 9' Marching Band The Perry High School Band was one of the most active organizations in school this year. The band prepared and presented intricate halftime shows on the home football field, and those away from home, played for the pep rallies before the school and pre- sented a Christmas and Spring concert. Besides the regular marching band, select members were organized into a dance band to play for various groups and organizations in need of such a band. BAND OFFICERS: director, Mr. Roy Estep, Larry Noble, presidentg Marshall Holmes, vice presidentg Karen Kemmerl- ing, secretary-treasurerg Kathy Rider, historian. Roy Estep, band director BAND MEMBERS: First Barb Cobb Nano Bender, v Y Dody Hall, Karen Brown, Nickas, Cheryl Henderson Brumbaugh, stacy Mcciii, Ball, Ruth Bethune, Kathy row: Linda Wallace, Pat Burgess, Cindy Molnar, Chris Aker, Pam Steen, Linda Tarmell. Second row. Jackie Davies, Lynne Ertle, Pat Betza, Marshall Holmes, Diana Beal, Jenny McLeod, Judy Hopper Kathy Rider. Third row: Janice Bailey, Linda Keller, Sandy Blank, Bev Jones, Kathleen Harold Lind Bonnie Kilper, Rob Lauterishlager, Karen Johns, Darryl Selinsky, Carol Lahr, Wayne Villard, Russ Elaine Taylor, Rick Schmaltz, Nancy Horne. Fourth row: Criss Hershey, Linda Romesburg, Bar Tietz, Carol Vahila, Doris Lantz, Patty Hurless, Carol Buchman, Dawn Stauffer, Karen Kemmerling Elizabeth Hair, Peggy Jones, Fred Obermiller, Bruce Gordon, Joel Kull, Jeanne Fertal, Molly Casto, Dave Wallenhurst, Peter Ciesielczyk, Wayne Kroll, Cherie Hinderer, Linda Wright, Ronnie Carter, Larry Noble, Delbert Wallick. Fifth row: Denny Wuske, Dau Wadsworth, Cheryl Lappin, Stan Anderson, Lew Kull, Chuck McFarren, Bud Tliompson, Bob Hager, Ted Starkey, Sam Meyers, Roger Kleptach, Todd Bright, David Mangus, David Miller, Karen Twigg, Larry Grovemiller, Chuck Mitchell, Russ Bloom, Dave Elsass. Majorettes: Kathy Klick, Sharon Phillips, Cindy Fair, Shirley Kohl, Margo de Paris, Peggy Johnson, Michele Wise, Gary Gerber. Hvokends '4Readingw is the key to higher learningf, Up- holding and stressing this motto are the Book- ends. This club is composed of pupils who Work in the library to give excellent assistance to the stu- dent body and faculty. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in the library and furthur the education of the students. The activities of this years' members were not concentrated in the school alone. They sold potato chips to finance the annual trip to dif- ferent libraries, their Christmas party, and several conventions which the club members attended. BOOKEND OFFICERS: Cheryl Hinson, presidentg Karen Kirthey, vice presidentg Sue McCullough, secretary, Mrs. Grace Wargo, advisor, Sandy Southworth, treasurerg Shelby Stover, historian. BOOKENDS Fzrst row Sandy Mattern Linda Weiser Ruth Wri ht Sheila Myers, Jill Laps, Marcene Murray. Second row: Donna Rohrer Susan Moledor Virginia Fohl Gary Sexbert Eluabeth Barnett, Bev Attkinson, Sue Wade, Karen Lashmske. Khmzl Graups A Choir is defined as a group of organized singers, but the A Cappella Choir of Perry High is more than that. It is organized, of course, for efficiency, and in addition is trained in the mastery of voice and har- mony, accuracy, tonal balance and many more of the modern vocal techniques. Throughout a normal day the choir room is filled with groups, ranging from Girls' Glee Club to Girls' and Boys' Ensembles, Mixed Ensemble and A Cappella Choir, who use their great ability along with many vocal techniques, taught by Miss Karleen Engleman, director, to produce the fine musical presentations to which Perry has grown accustomed. Included in the Departments busy schedule, this year, were school programs on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, the annual Christmas and Spring concerts, par- ticipation in the Stark County Music Festival, and a full-scale production of the musical uCarousel." CHOIR OFFICERS: First row: Mike Denison, Sue Macioce Wanda Frey. Second row: Paula Sichler, Randy Weidner Diane Pflug, Kay McAdams. GIRLS' A ENSEMBLE: Francie Sherer, Vicki Liber, Diane Pflug, Cheryl Henning, Kay McAdams, Sharon Kroph, Wanda Frey, Paula Sichler, Pat Denison. A CAPPELLA CHOIR: lfirsl row: Fl'21llC'lF Fherer, Nzinry Turlaglio, Betsy Phillips, ,loan Roth, Sue Macioce, Sandy Meyers, Jody Bolitho, Mike Denison, Tyke Bixler, Roy Miller, Paul Kaeser, Pam Crum. Dee Dee Dickes, Cheryl Henning, Carol Tilton, Pat Denison, Dave Elsass. Second row: Cheryl Nelson, Marsha Thomas, Terri Long, Vicki Liber, Sue Halco, Ann Palmer, .lim Nelson, Rod Bricker, Ron Hoffman, Ed Storey, Bob Fedor. Ed Ohermeyer, Lynn Gatchell, Lynn Gilbert, Kay McAdams, Nancy Ruhish, Jill Bungard, Mary Criffcn. Third rout Sally Halen. Diane Watkins, jean Riddle, Cathy Calhoun, Boll Ake, Fred Fell, Kenkl ilkic. Byers, Don McClintok. Marlin Scott. Tim 5l1CBllClH, Chuck Coffin, Eric Berry, .lune Anderson, Sharon Kroph, Paula Sichlsr, Donna anda Frcy. Fourth raw: Carolyn Simmons. Cindy Hershey, Nancy Kate. Diane Pflug, Dan Kusnffr. Stevr Voican. Larry Duclck. lif Shaffer, Jim Bracken, Ernie Blount, Tim Taylor, Terry Irwin, Randy Weiclner, Sherri Berstler, Marsha Long, Karen Kil- atrick, Trudy Hambilton, Susanna Douglass, Carol Curzan. I63 VARSITY QUINTET: Ann Palmer, Rod Bricker. Sharon K1'0Dll.ClifSil21ff6I'.WYL1I1dil Frey. BOYS' ENSEMBLE A: Rod Bricker, Ron Hoffman, Steve Voican, Mike Denison, Randy Weidner, Terry Irwin, Tim Taylor, Clif Shaffer. - .Q-.44 GIRLS' ENSEMBLE B: Sally Halco, Ann Palmer, Betsey Phillips. Nancy Robisli, Pam Crum, Marsha Long, Donna Byers, Mary Griffen, Carol Tilton. MADRIGAL SINGERS: Francie Sllercr, Mike Denison, Kay McA1lznns.RandyVVeidner, Paula Sichler. MIXED ENSEMBLE: First row: Francie Shcrer, Vicki Liber, Diane Pflug, ,Ioan Roth, Sue Macioce, Ann Palmer, Sharon Kroph Kay McAdams, Cheryl Henning, Wanda Frey, Paula Sichler, Pat Denison. Second row: Ron Hoffman, Larry Dudek, Fred Sell Rod Bricker, Mike Denison, Clif Shaffer, Tim Taylor, Tim Sheehan, Ed Storey, Don McClintok, Randy Weidner. EOEVSQ' ENSEMBLE B: Tim Sheehan, Ernie Blount, Marlin Scott, Fred Sell, Jim Nelson, Jody Bolitho, Kendle Wilkie, Larry u e . GLEE CLUB: First row: Toni Rinaldi, Kay Ebhardt, Linda Gates, Kathy Ream, Carol Ellis, Linda Annis, Judy Witmer, Gracie Andriotto, Polly Urban, Tonda Netzley, Nancy Harsh. Second row: Doris Veon, Chris Adams, Marsha Bergman, Nancy Alexander, Margaret Saylor, Janet Ferguson, Barb Lazor, Chcri Ferris, Linda Martin, Jean Renner, Carolyn Harrison. Third row: Nancy Gallatin, Judy Crum, Jean Bachtel, Sherry Seybert, Linda Bauer, Pat Fisher, Rosellen Kelptach, Sharon Porter, Barb Parsons, Charlene Buss, Vicki Arntz. Fourth row: Jeanie Pikulik, Gayle Slusser, Mona Hackett, Betti Meyer, Pat Sheely, Kathy Far- renkopf, Pam Gray, Cheryl Wiggins, Robin Rinehart, B0nnieAlcscscu, Susan Romigh. Qufurc' flvmemakers Under the guidance of Mrs. Evelyn McNutt, the members of the Future Homemakers of America put forth a real effort this year to make their club an outstanding one. The purpose of the club was to promote an ap- preciation of the joys of homemaking and the develop- ment of leadership in both the home and community. With the help of the Key Club they collected food to make up Christmas baskets for the less fortunate people in the community. Other activities were learning the basic fundamentals of knitting, instructed by Mrs. Shuster, visiting various places of interest, bowling, and parties during the year. F.H.A.: First row: Kathy Beebe, Linda David, Mary Dornhecker Marcene Murray June Baylor Edna Fromholtz Linda McCoy Linda Weiser. Second row: Sandy Mattern, Karen Provost, Linda Fall Marcia Barkley Sandy Russ Marilyn Wright Mildred Surmay, Bonnie Ehlert, Pat Daniels. Quturc Nurses Aiding the girls in planning their futures in the medical field is the Future Nurses Club. This club shows the girls the requirements and offerings of professional and practical nursing and its many fields. Included in the activity of these future nurses is the making of favors at Thanksgiving time for children at Massillon Hospital, giving gifts to patients at Molly Stark at Christmas time, and making favors for children in hospitals at Easter. At the end of the year the club gives a 350 scholarship toward the continuation in medical schooling to the outstanding senior girl in the or- ganization. FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS: Mrs. McNutt, advisor, Sandy Witsf cliy, president, Janet Bailey, secretary, Sue Halco, treasurer, Joyce Stuart, historian. FUTURE NURSES: First raw: Linda Stegman, Pam Leahu, Karen Veitch, Janet Long, Sharon Reiter, Janice Bailey, Peggy Rarnbaud, Kay Spivey, Bev Blacka, Bev Jones. Second row: Cheryl McC'oy, Linda Annis, Patty Vaughn, Pam Krum, Theresa Starzinski, Vicki Liher, Linda Martin, Vicki Burkhokler, Marcia Kotema, Carolyn Brandt, Jackie Davies. Third row: Bonnie Studebaker, Pat Gonda, Ellen Cochran, Karen Rogers, Bobbie Jo Ludwig, Karen Plott, Nancy Kirkpatrick, Mary Dornhecker, Mariann Jepson, Mary Sepack, Elaine Taylor, Pat Moss. Fourth row: Shelby Stover, Karen Kemmerling, Deloris Lanham, Debbie Farrar, Linda Wallace, Franjean Hosner, Sharon Brown, Sandra Johnson, Janis Bloom, Carol Hallam, Kathy Stipes, Cheryl Weekly. Fifth row: Diane Watkins, Connie Temple, Lorraine Harper, Robin Reinart, Dehbie Rex, Pat Hurless, Pam Steen,f Bev Miller, Cindy Hershey, Judy Hadden. Sixth row: Marsha Long, Pam Gray, Darlene Skein, Lana Curry, Sherry Bursler, Joan Sepack, June Anderson, Lorraine Maurer. .?ufure Secretaries A newly formed organization at Perry this year was the Future Secretaries of America. The purpose of this club was to train those students taking a sec- retarial eourse for a good job in the future. In order to join this organization, the students must be enrolled in the business course and have a 5'B,' average in shorthand and typing, and an HA7' average in deportment. High character and integrity were also leading qualifications. At meetings members listened to prominent speakers from the Timken Roller Bearing Company and saw qualified films on both professional and personal sec- retarial problems. The girls put their own secretarial skills to work. FUTURE SECRETARIES OF AMERICA: Co-Advisor, Beverly Allerton Barb Kulielx vice president Pe by Miller secretary treasurerg Sue Macioce, presidentg co-advisor, Omega Cain. FUTURE SECRETARIES: First row: Alice Millhorn, Sue Russell, Charlynn Recd, Kay Ratliff, Bonnie Risher, Cheryl Hinson, Karen Hollinghaugh. Maureen Fitzgerald. Second row: Kathy Beam, Gretchen Newport, Joyce Williamson, Sue Wade, Mary Bil- lingsly, Diane Gravius, Vicki Reifsnyder, Priscilla Bucher, Helen Zimmerman. Third row: Pat Lewis, Ginnie Edwards, Karen Johns, Sue McCullough, Marilyn Schmidt, Barb Cobb, Jeanne Reisenherger, Pat Slain. Fourth row: Linda Fall, Maurann Manger, Rita Nliskimmen, Bonnie Ronk, Toni Kulich, Sue Masters, Sandy Dickinson, Janet White, Alice Matheson. FUTURE SECRETARIES: First row: Cindy Molnar, Bonnie Alesescu, Carol Berger, Darlene Zagan, Barb Parsons, Betty Meyers, Rosellen Kleptach, Marilyn Loudin. Second row: Kay McAdams, Sandra Risher, Fran Rossetti, Joan Rubin, Jeanne Fertel, Alice Schafrath, Janet Schumacher, Betsy Phillips, Peggy Johnson. Third row: Margaret Huntsman, Carol Rennie, Kathy Beebe, Frances Sherer, Linda Moorehead, Tammy Aehi, Jill Trimmer, Kathy Priest, Linda Gates, Dawn Karrenhauer. Fourth row: Trudy Hamhil- ton, Nancy Horne, Peggy McRolJie, Linda Dutton, Kathy Farrenkopf, Karen Kithey, ,lean Riddle, Sharon Heestand, ,ludy Bonin- sky, Sheryl Smith. FUTURE TEACHERS: First row: Mona Hackett, Sharon Reiter, Linda Gillilan, Judy Hadden, Dody Hall, Jeanne Renner, Diana Lloyd, Linda Hopkins. Second row: Judy Crum, Nancy Gallatin, Lily Shulok, Celeste Crowl, Jackie Davies, Pat Burgess, Ellen Cochran, Karen Twigg, Linda Keller. Third row: Freida Christiansen, Linda Poth, Ronna Harbison, Patty Dennison, Sue Spen- ser, Dee Dee Dickes, Cindy Speelman, Polly Urban, Pat Betza, Margaret Jianilla. Fourth row: Diane Pflug, Charlane Russ, Jill Ecrement, Virginia Fohl, Elaine Shulok. Zzfurc' Crackers Sponsored by the Ohio Education Association, the Future Teachers of America exists for many reasons. The primary reason is to better acquaint its members with the field of teaching-its ad- vantages and goals as Well as its disadvantages. While offering this understanding of the true characteristics of the teaching profession, the FTA also serves the schools. They offer aid to teachers and in their absence may take over classes and study halls. The members usually visit the grade schools annually and are permitted to teach for a day. Anyone interested in the teaching profession may join FTA. In addition to the regular meetings where guest speakers and informative movies serve as en- tertainment, the members participate in various workshops and also sponsor the Thanksgiving pro- gram. i FUTURE TEACHERS OFFICERS: Marsha Thomas, president, Janet White, vice presidentg Chris Aker, secretary, Mr. Jack Bowen advisorg Lela Muster, treasurerg Pat Witmer, librarian. G.,4.,4. - Girls leaders The Girls' Athletic Association is one of the largest organizations at Perry High School-and Why shouldn't it bel This club has so much to offer. The girls, along with keeping physically fit, de- velop good character, wise use of leisure time, and most important, good sportsmanship. Baseball, volleyball, basketball, and archery are only a few of the sporting activities in which these girls participate. Monday afternoons members bowled at W S R Lanes to try to improve their averages and to win the championship. GAA sponsors an annual Christmas formal. In March, the girls yearly Black Sz White Basketball game was held. During the year the Club also spon- sored a play day, where various schools participated in activities here at Perry. The Mother-Daughter Awards Banquet successfully completed the club year. GAA OFFICERS: Trudy Hamhleton, presidentg Linda Wright, vice presidentg Karen Kemmerling, secretaryg Sue Terrett, trea- surerg Joyce Stewart, historiang Mrs. Bussard, advisor. ,, . ,V . 3. , Q . ,, ,V 015' :, s is--W aw .... . I. w 1.2.4.-xgf, H 1 ral, .. ki 53- L ,E g ,,,, -5 y,r.,,g,,, W ww 3, s,-1, wferffwer xv- i Lizl ,Y,, , Il Wm, ffl GIRLS' LEADERS: First row: Edna Fromholtz, Sue McCullough, Ronna Harbison, Linda Gates. Second row: Sue Terrett, Sue Wade, Lynn Talbott, Patty McClaughry, Jeri Southworth. GAA: Kathy Nesbit, Charisse Russ, Franjean Hosner, Diane Grlvius. Carolyn I'ld1'1'lFUIl. Karen Henelsy, Debbie Bartkohl, Kathy Peterson, Margaret Huntsman, Cindy Witmer. Second row: Sherry Aponasewicz, Carol Lahr, Cheryl Henning, Linda Martin, Janet Ferguson, Linda Bauer, Sandy Harry, Janet Schumacher, Deana Neff, Betti Greenshields, Tammy Aebi. Third row: Pat Wil- liams, Jill Trimmer, Francie Sherer, Linda Moorehead, Joyce Williamson, Ginny Edwards, Pat McClaughery, Linda Gates, Mary Jo Sepack, Sandy Wilson, Marilyn Schmidt. Fourth row: Maureen FitzGerald, Bev Blacka, Theresa Cosentino, Sharon Kroph, Jenny McLead, Barb Ball, Becki Johnson, Elaine Shulok, Cindi Molnar, Darlene Zagan, Cyndi Benzel. Fifth row: Betty Meyers, Sandy Vorshak, Jean Sepack, Michele Cantrell, Jean Riddle. GAA: First row: Toni Freidman, Sally Clark, Chris Baughman, Wanda Frey, Susanna Douglas, Connie Temple, Robin Reinart Diana Beal, Anne Halter, Sandy Mocher. Second row: Linda Cashner, Polly Urban, Pat Gonda, Linda Kramer, Carol Allen: Dody Hall, Sue Reese, Anita Maier, Jill Englehart, Ellen Cochren, Linda Tarmell, Nancy Tartaglio, Margo deParis. Second row: Lynn Talbot, Charlane Russ, Virginia Snyder, Edna Fromholtz, Mariann Jepson, Joan Roth, Kathy Ream, Elaine Taylor, Jeanne Reisenberger, Kathy Priest, Nancy Peterman, Jill Lapps, Pat Dennison. Fourth row: Sue Russell, Nancy Scofield, Barb Lazor, Mary Krumm, Pam Leahu, Phyllis Alexander, Stacy McGill, Cherry Ferris, Ruth Wright, Lynn Gilbert, Bonnie Risher. GAA: First row: Debbie Rex, Debbie Farrar, Cheryl Evans, Anita McBride, Nancy Kate, Donna Vargo, Vicki Arntz, Linda Mocher, Cindy Hershey, Judy Hadden. Second row: Sandy Southworth, Carolyn Brand, Linda Bowen, Sue Halter, Theresa Starzyn- aki, Sue Macioce, .Jeanne Bachtel, Margaret Saylnr, Carol Tilton, Gracie Andriotto, Ruth Swift. Third row: Judy Witmer, Toni Rinaldi, Cherie Hinderer, Sheila Myers, Jeri Southworth, Cindy Speelman, Karen Johns, Ronna Harbison, Barb Cobb, Pat Moss, Pam Benzel, Marcy Jukich. Fourth row: Linda Stegamn, Sheryl Smith, Sandy Mattern, Linda Weiser, Linda Wallace, Marqie Roberts, Joan Pohovey, Celeste Crowl, Pat Danials, Alice DeBula, Sandy Risher. Fifth row: Janice Bailey, Karen Blackburn, Alice Matheson, Marcia Long, Pam Gray, Madelyn Witmer, Millie Surmey. MEMBERS OF THE BLACK AND WHITE TEAMS: Sue Terret, Nancy Peternian, Cheryl Hinclerer, Carol Lahr, Edna Fromholtz, Kathy Patterson, Pat McClaughry, Linda Cramer, Janet Ferguson, and Karen Blackburn. Second row: Sue Reese, Sue Macioce, Carol Allen, Donna Vargo, Sherry Aponosewizo, Sue Russel, Karen Kenlnierling, Barb Lazor, Becky Johnson. Third row: Pam Leahue, Millie Surmay, Diane Beal, Jean Riddle, Marsha Long, Linda Wriglit, Patty Stevens, Josie Josiewiski, Janice Bailey, Stacy McGinnis. Members of the Black and White teams spent many hours watching the Perry varsityg they hoped to pick up pointers that they Could impart to their game. The girls just loved to watch Gorham shoot fouls! KEY CLUB: First row: Wade Hostettler, Ed Jones, Keith Shivley, Cary Bergert, John Kross, Dick McKinney, Terry lrwin, Larry Dudek, Dale Lewis. Second row: Frank Hosner, Frank Coseniino. Marlin Scott, Tyke Bixler, Walter Dayton, Kenny Newlon, Roger Archibald, John Hall, Tim Pucky, Larry Seward, Ray Bucher. Third row: Dick Plunkett, Tim Miller, Bob Rideout, Carlos Rinaldi, Dave Elsass, Dick Wince, Tom McClain, Mike Dennison, Dennis Maurer. David Kcllcr, Randy Glenn, Jeff Kaylor. Fourth row: Marshall Holmes, Cliff Shafer, Russ BI'l1l'TllJiil1glll. Ardie Cooper, Dave Robey, Gib Boyce, Wayne Kroll, Dave Sheppard, Tom Gorham, Bob Becker, Jim Bracken, Curt Schlarb, Bob Sell. KEY CLUB OFFICERS: Jack Merryman, presidentg Gordie Wol- bert, vice president, Ron Hoffman, secretaryg Mr. Johnson, ad- visorg Joe Preusser, treasurerg Mr. Bowen, advisor. Key 61116 "We Builda' is the motto of the Key Club. This organization is composed of all males who have the potential and desire to be leaders. The Key Clubbers play an important role in services to the school and community. They perform many duties during the year. Their school projects include presenting the nominations for football queen, sponsoring the Pigskin Prom, the selling of football programs, and presenting the Christmas assembly. This year the club added a new project-selling paperback books. As a serv- ice to the community they donated money to the needy at Christmas. To become a member of this club a boy must first be nominated by teachers and Kiwanians. Then he is voted in by the present members of the or- ganization. t -ar fr' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY: First row: Jane Foltz, Ruth Wright, Marilyn Schmidt, Joan Roth, Terry Long, Marsha Thomas, Cindy Speelman. Second row: Don Harry, Chris Baughman, Lorraine Harper, Ann Palmer, Kay Ratliff, Bonnie Risher, Cindy Henning, Celeste Crowl. Third row: David Schnebelen, Bart Hubbard, Tom Borcoman, Den Gallatin, John Kross, Janet Garrett, Ed Jones, Jim Miller, Dave Elsass. ,Nafivmzl Hauer Society Considered one of the greatest honors for a Perry High student is the induction into National Honor Society. This organization's interest is to build a stronger scholastic interest in the students. It is founded on four qualities-scholarship, character, service, and leadership. To be eligible for membership a student must reflect these qualities, especially scholastically. Members are chosen each year from ten per cent of the junior class and five per cent of the senior class. During the year NHS sponsors many events. Included in them are presenting the candidates for basketball queen, the queenls dance, Mardi Gras Magic, the as- sembly program for the induction service of the new members, and the tea following the ceremony for the new members and their parents. N. H. S. OFFICERS: Pat Wilmer, treasurerg Bev Blacka, sec- retaryg Mr. Ward, advisor, Dave She ard, residentg Larry l l pp P Seward, VICC president. PBX: Sitting: Mrs. Kay Shilling, Mrs, .leanne Jones. Standing: Sue Masters, Phyllis Alexander, Marann Mauger, Bonnie Stude- baker, Margaret Huntsman, Kay Ratliff, Karen Rogers, Bonnie Risher, Vicki Reifsnyder, Linda Moorehead. P1696 The PBX,ers are office girls selected from the business classes. These girls work during one period every day doing office work such as filing, typing, running off tests, writing hall passes, and running messages, besides serving as receptionists. The experience gained by these girls in learning to operate office machines often proves to be in- valuable when applying for jobs in the business world. U15 Paufheris' Maw This year, as always, the editors of the View had some high standards to meet, and this year, as always, they have met these standards. During a school year in which abundant controversies existed, the 4tHigh School Paper with a Mind of lts Owni' spoke out and made the student body, the administration, and entire community aware of its opinions. Besides these edi- torial items, the View kept up its objective reporting on sports, inusic, dramatic, speech and all other school activities, as well as community and world wide events which have been an influential part of the year. i'Pop- siev was criticized, the Lgwhati' column had some un- usual questionsg in his column, By-Line, editor ,lack Nlerryman said what he thought, no matter what. Because of all this the View again walked away with the awards at the North-Eastern Ohio Scholastic Press Association Clinic held at Kent State Univer- sity. NEWSPAPER EDITORS: Marann Mauger, business mgr., Celeste Crowl, Cynthia Henning, co-feature editors, P. F. Mat- tachione, advisor, Jack Merryman editor in-chief' Dave She STAFF MEMBERS: Judy Witmer, Carol Tilton, Charisse Russ, Virginia Edwards, Dee Dee Dickes Pat Witmer Second row' Nick Rajkovich, Carlos Rinaldi, Ron Hoffman, Charlane Russ, Sue Masters, Wanda Frey, Barb Laior, Keith Shively, Ed Jones, Bob Seal. i- . , 44 Q AQ 4 , ' Q P' pard, managing editorg Larry Seward, sports editor, Dick Plun- kett, assoc. editor. Perry Players fcfcuy Perry Players consists of all students who have an interest in any speech activity. The club as a whole puts on the plays, but "sub-divisions" of the club handle many other activities. R.B.C., the Radio-Broadcasting club, has charge of the morning announcements. Mem- bers of the National Forensic League attend tourna- ments and many times come back with trophies. Most prominent in NFL activities this year were Dave Robin- son, Diane Bates, Nancy Kienzle, Ken Gallatin, Marsha Edgar, and Karen John. Thespians, an honorary society for those dramatists who have earned enough points in plays and on crews and who are approved by present members, has the purpose of establishing and advancing excellence in the dramatic arts. At meetings the Perry Players have, besides the bus- iness at hand, guest speakers and dramatic groups. The year is ended by an annual banquet for the entire Club' PERRY PLAYERS OFFICERS: Donna Brewer, president, Dave Robinson, vice president, Celeste Crowl, secretaryg Mr. Lou Mattachione, advisor, Jane Foltz, treasurer, Cinda Henning, his- torian. PERRY PLAYERS: First row: Dick Plunkett, Leah Mansfield, Dave Goodenough, Mildred Surmey, Mike Dennison, Candy Cooper, Bruce Robinson, Sharon Randels, Carlos Rinaldi, Kathy Klick. Second row: Carlo Lahr, Janet Schumacher, Carolyn Harrison, Judy Crum, Jeanne Bachtel, Lynn Gatchell, Dianne Gravius, Donna Vargo, Virginia Edwards, Janet Ferguson, Nancy Robish. Third row: Linda Tarmell, Jill Trimmer, Pam Benzel, Betty Creenshields, Linda Poth, Ronna Harbison, Patty Lewis, Sue Terrett, Francie Sherer, Linda Moorehead, Pat Betza, Patty Denison. Fourth row: Sherri Berstler, Connie Temple, Judy Bohlnsky, C d F ' D' Ll d Linda Wallace, Vicki Arntz, June Anderson, Susanna Douglass, Sharon Kroph, Joan Phovey, Linda Jones, in y air, lane oy , Diana Beal. Fifth row: Ron Isler, Jim Beck, Ed Rinowsky, Dave Sheppard, John Lloyd, Dick McKinney, Bill Meredith, Russ Bloom. PERRY PLAYERS: First row: Judy Hopper, Mona Hackett, Betty Meyers, Debbie Rex, Elaine Shulok, Darlene Hines, Diane Bates, Linda Weiser, Jeanne Renner, Cyndi Benzel. Second row: Karen Twigg, Maureen FitzCerald, Sandy Witschy, Terri Long, Vicki Liber, Betsy Phillips, Anita McBride, Linda Marlin, Ellen Cochran, Nancy Gallatin, Maryann McCoun. Third rowf Cindy Speehnan, Nancy Tartaglio, Gracie Andrioto, Lela Muster, Barb Kulisek, Tammy Aebi, Sheila Myers, Dawn Karrenbaurer, Marsha Edgar, Pat Robinson, Pat Witmer, Claudia Fort. Fourth row: Madelyn Witmer, Frank Klick, Kenny Shaffer, Kraig Dickes, Ron Waltz, Cindy Cole, Lorraine Maurer, Sandy Mansfield, Linda Stegman, Teri Deluca, Chris Baughman, Lorraine Harper, Bev Blacka. Fifth row: Charlane Russ, Nick Rajkovich, Ed Jones, Larry Wood, Jonn Dombroski, Larry Gash, Joe Preus- ser, Kenny Gallatin, Tim Miller, Bonnie Ronk, Rita Miskimen. Perry Players PERRY PLAYERS: First row: Darlene Zagan, Joe Suarez, Karen Brown, Dale Lewis, Bart Hubbard, Joe Shulok, Diane Pflug, Roy Miller, Jill Ecrement, Gary Bergert, Second row: Ruth Swift, Carol Tilton, Jill Laps, Rosellen Kleptacli, Vicki Reifsnyder, Priscilla Bucher,- Cheryl Meyers, Barb Lazor, Dee Dee Dickes, Bonnie Studebaker. Third row: Judy Witmer, Karen Plott, Kathy Ream, Sharon Urban, Marsha Thomas, Karen Johns, Karen Rogers, Marcene Murray, Mancy Kienzle, Linda Cates, Carol Staudt, Kathy Priest. Fourth row: Nancy Kate, Sandy Blank, Sandra Johnson, Sherry Aponasewitch, Debbie Farrar, Carol Berger, Ann Palmer, Sandy Mattern, Karen Blackburn, Sue Halco, Theresa Cosintino, Becky Johnson, Lily Shulok. Fifth raw: Cindy Molnar, Sue Masters, Dan Ryman, Jack Wuertz, Dan Kusner, Gary Valesek, Rod Bricker, Sam Meyers, Bob Rideout, Sally Clark, Joanne Zeno. ' NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: OFFICERS: Mr. Lou Mattachione, advisor, Dave Robinson, president, Ken Gallatin, vice presi- dentg Nancy Kienzle, secretary, Judy Boliinsky, treasurer, Claudia Fort, historian. Ferry Players ferry NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE: First row: Judy Hopper, Diane Bates, Donna Brewer, Karen John, Cheryl Meyer, Marsha Edgar, Ronna Harbison. Second row: Theresa Cosentino, Elaine Shulok, Darlene Hines, Sandy Mansfield, Becki Johnson, Carol Staudt, Nancy Gallatin. Third row: Joe Shulok, Carlos Rinaldi, Jack Wuertz, John Lloyd, John Dambrouski, Danny Kusner, Her- man Parrot, Terri DeI,uca. hr Q. THESPIANS OFFICERS: Mr. Lou Mattachione, advisor, Carol Staudt, president, Terri Long, secretary-treasurer, Cindy Henning, clerk. Perry Players may THESPIANS: First row: Nancy Kienzle, Diane Bates, Donna Brewer, Linda Poth, Marsha Thomas, Karen Johns. Second row: Judy Bohinsky, Madelyn Witmer, Terri DeLuca, Darlene Hines, Becki Johnson, Celeste Crowl. Third row: Carlos Rinaldi, Gary Bergert, Jonn Lloyd, Larry Wood, Ken Gallatin, Dave Robinson. RADIO BROADCASTING: Mr. Lou Mattachione, advisor, Marsha Thomas, president, ,lohn Lloyd, vice presidentg .lane Foltz, secretaryg Nancy Kienzle, manager. Perry Players fefay RADIO BROADCASTING: First row: Cindy Speelman, Ronna Harbison, Pam Benzel, Claudia Fort, Karen John, Donna Brewer, Sherri Aponasewicz, Ginnie Edwards, Carolyn Harrison. Second row: Cindy Henning, Becki Johnson, Karen Blackburn, Diane Bates, Nancy Gallatin, Darlene Hines, Elaine Shulok, Madelyn Wilmer, Judy Hopper, Sandy Mansfield. Third row: Dave Good- enougli, Chris Baughman, Terri DeLuca, Cary Bergert, Ken Gallatin, Dick McKinney, Joe Shulok, Judy Bohinsky, Sally Clark, Susanna Douglass. SPANISH CLUB: First row: .loyce Stewart, ,Ioan Pahavey, Deloris Lanham, Pat Fisher Linda Keller Lyn Ertle Linda Annis Second row: Dan Velucci, Debbie Rex, Barb Hubbard, Vicki Arntz, Barb Lazor, Elaine Shulok, Don Harry, Tom Marvin, Paul Ronald. Third row: Elizabeth Hare, Cherie Hinderer, Cheryl Henning, Johann Heintzleman, Ellen Cochran, Gracie Andriotto, Janey Ferguson, Nancy Robish, Cheryl Hughes, Marsha Edgar. Fourth row: Joe Palandroni, Bruce Landis, Paul Kaeser, Larry Dudek, Bob Seal, Wayne Kroll, Jim Bracken, Tim Sheehan, Carlos Rinaldi, Joe Kornish, Tim Pucky. Spanish 61116 A new organization at Perry this year is the Spanish Club. This club was organized by Mr. Omar Perez and the Spanish lll class for the sole purpose of further educating the students in language and culture of Spain The organization also provided an opportunity for the students to practice Spanish outside the class. This was achieved by having the Constitution in Spanish and by conducting the meetings in Spanish. Another benefit was the opportunity to see Spanish films and to hear Spanish speakers. A dinner fea- turing Arroz Con Pollo was a highlight of the year. SPANISH OFFICERS: Dick Wince, president, Dick Plunkett, vice president, Omar Perez, advisory Max Lee, treasurerg Carol Tilton, secretary. IT., QUILL AND SCROLL First row: Dick Plunkett, Cindy Henning, Sandy.Witschy, Dave Sheppard Pat Wltmer Larry Seward Celeste Crowl and Nick Rajkovich. Second row: Mrs. McNutt, co-advisorg Jack Merryman Chris Baughman Barb Parsons Mr Pat F Mattachlone co advisorg Ed Jones. .Quill and Scrcfll Another honor society represented at Perry High is the International Honorary for High School Jour- nalists, or, as it is better known, Quill and Scroll. To be eligible for this club members of the year- book staff and newspaper staff must meet rigid re- quirements as well as tough local ones. Included in the requirements is the maintenance of at least a B average for all staffers. Annual staff members must have sold at least 35150.00 worth of advertising and must have in 25 hours work on the book. News- paper staffers must have at least 100 column inches of print to their credit. All must maintain a high quality of journalistic work. This organization gives incentive to the staff members, thus raising the stand- ards of high school publications. U16 gfllfk This year's staff had another rough job ahead of them. Besides trying to keep up the standards of past books, the staff members had the increased task of producing a larger book because of the increased en- rollment. In order to join the yearbook staff, prospective mem- bers must sell a minimum of 275100 worth of advertis- ing. This requirement not only aids the finances of the book, but also selects people with the most initiative who will work hardest. A well-developed theme, a novel way of presenting the queens and their courts, different and various high- lights, as well as the usual, but interesting class, club and sports sections, introduction and dedication are all a part of the 1961 Clock. CLOCK EDITORS: Chris Baughman, club editor, Sandy Wit schy, editorsin-chief, Pat Wilmer, senior editorg Kay Ratliff business manager, Evelyn MCNutt, co-advisor, Bart Hubbard sports editor, Barb Parsons, underclass editorg Pat Mattacliionc, co-advisor. YEARBOOK STAFF: Carol Vahila, Linda Keller, Linda David, Ginny Edwards, Pat Betza, Claudia Fort. Second row: Virginia Fohl, Pam Leahu, Judy Hadden, Robin Reinart, Elaine Shulok, Joan Rubin, Jeff Kaylor. Third row: Pam Gray, Marshall Holmes, Karen Farrenkopf, Dale Lewis, Janice Bailey, Ed Jones, Charlane Russ, Ron Waltz. it Sparta U16 quick is the of all times instant 'R rs My ,,rg,fS Q.. w if ' ' I HHHILL , m f, I 'ggi , .Vg I ref. 5,1 .. .M A I I iw A I 'Q if ' -L,,,, G 4 Fr:-t ,fs -, QQ?" A S, fiiimkmg' Virhwg, K5 r Af V - 1-'MV fy, 5 III: fl? PI A I f :WZ kk.V K Nm f' V gb 'E -' -, 'Q " ' ' I X gglki' J !Q ihamu SHIRLEY KOHL, Head Majorette PEGGY JOHNSON MICHELLE WISE H j,L ,...L.,,LAi, si g ' , gfff' QE' ,QM I if Lg.. , A' ,Wan , , if TWA 'il -... wlww "" , , .MTW ' ,,T . S fxwkq f I ,vgfgg I' Ms MARCO de PARIS KATHY KLICK SHARON PHILLIPS ..j,:f I I M G 5. VICKI LIBER L W W 'u'j'7L' f' fw 07, JOM 1 JL iff!! O ff! Q41 L K Q L! LUV OJ0 7034 ,QW fa jjylf CZK , ffuljj-UL LINDA POTH T 1-captain , ' , 'L-Y 1 I-LJ 5 p , ' " Wgq, , 1. J L ' If ff? A', ig 'f J 'L "'i J! 796 W Eau lDMM7iUL1ff4fLf a fwWfg2,dM Ml,91,' f' M M676 JQAJUC! 9 ,j0,b0' WD' ,fVwL,JL ND Z NKQLLUU W Maw , ALL A FREY LILY SHULOK Reserve cheerleaders are G BARB KULISEK Tri-captain RONNA HARBISON Tri-captain IQ? racie Andriotto, Donna Vargo, Betsy Phillips, Karen Blackburn, Trudy Hambleton, and Nancy Kate 1963 Gridders .Swish Sfrrfug Although the Panther grid squad dropped six of its first seven games, it came back strong to post a 3-6-1 record. After a humiliating start, the Perry eleven seemed to gel and looked good in drubbing Jackson, Westbranch, and Marlington by respectable margins. Returning for his second year, Coach John Evans guided the squad with the able assistance of his three assistant coaches. Dale Bird returned as guards and centers coach, and Mjolly Rogerv Seisel, famous huddle humorist, completed his third season as tackle and end mentor. The coaching staff was bolstered by the addition of Joe Demaree. Senior quarterback and co-captain Joe Pruesser was elected most valuable player as well as best of- fensive back. Co-captain Ed Jones, who was selected for the All-League first team and the All-County second team as a left guard, joined Preusser in cop- ping two awards-the best offensive and defensive lineman awards. Mike Day, the only junior to re- ceive an award, was named outstanding defensive back. Perryls chances were hurt by the absence of last yearls leading ground gainer, fullback Jerry Ridgway, due to an automobile accident. Mike Arnold goes for some needed yardage in the Perry-Glen wood game. Perry dropped a hard-fought contest 14-8. SEASON RECORD OPPONENT PERRY Timken 14 8 North Canton 34 6 Canton Southi 46 0 Sandy Valley" 6 6 Fairlessx' 6 0 Lehman 28 8 Glenwood' 14 8 .lacksonf 0 16 Westbranch 8 38 Marlingtonk O 28 'eDenotes League Games Total Record 3-6-1 'ffm iv,,q1wil1,,'L.e ,Qw Nun. I ,M limi, rL?ZF M I fiamwxfklflv Xikiffiii ,m.Ei1um.x.n-vmumnn Football award winners include Mike Day, best defensive backg Ed Jones, best offensive and defensive linemang Joe Preusser. best offensive back and most valuable player. Jones also received the first ,lim Nluzzy Scholastic Achievement Award. MENIBERS OF THE PERRY VARSITY ARE fSLltzngJ Larry Seward Nlllxe Arnold Frank Kllck Bob Becker, Dan Greenfelder Colaptams Joe Pruesser and Ed Joneq Frank Cosentmo Sieve Qmeltvvr Russ Flehcr and Randy Weidner. fKneeling! Mxke Du Greg Salam Dave Turner Cllff Shaffer Nell Harsh 11111 Hexnderlrand Doyle Clark Paul McGinnis, Bob Kuntzman COACHES ,loe Demaree, backfieldg Roger Seisel, tackles and endsg Head Coach John Evansg Dale Bird, guards and centers. Woody Wilson, Frank Hosner, .lim Bracken. fStanrIingj Dick Wince, Don Smith, Tom McClain, ,lim Nelson, Ray Bucher, Terry Irwin, Chuck Robbins, Junior Parker, Dave Fisher, Roger Archibald, Terry Potter, Dave Yeary. mv iw if will 4 9205 MANAGERS Dale Kling, Head Man- ager, Bob Sense, Bill Sevier, Dick McKinney. PERRY RESERVE MEMBERS ARE fKneeling2 Tom Edwards, Jeff Kaylor, Dan Purcell, Ed Bullock, Ed Garnett, Chuck Wal- ters, Chuck Lloyd, Tim Smeltzer, Ronald Hoffman, Paul Holmes. fSt11ndingj Jim Kessler, Joe Palandrani, Gary Weekly, Denny Conley, Richard Howe. Steven Voican, Dick Bruey, Mike Gibson, Cary Brellisli, Rick Peddicord. pa. V-rx. Avi! -'f was ...-1-.....,.,.,Wm M , r ,K XJ -'13, y,.-v r X bi,,,,......i....i M 1 Q K, ,, , ,.,, , ,,M,h-L X 'K Xl X Q I x x A www ,,,,M N H - cl' ,nf-Q XM 'M 4" S Eagsrs Pos! 9-8 Swann Despite a decided height disadvantage and lack of experience, the high-spirited Perry varsity cagers finished third in the tough AA League. Under the leadership of head coach Don Cable, Perry finished with an overall record of 9-8, 7-5 in league play. The league record was only one game worse than last year's because of an ironic loss to Jackson, in which Jackson player Randy Cable, son of Perry's coach, scored 29 points and led his team to a triumphant upset. Our hoopsters did, however, come back in the end of the season to beat the over-confident Bears. The drop in the season record arose from heart-breaking losses to such teams as Central Catholic, Lake, and Lehman. A highlight of the ,63-'64 season was Perry's 86- 47 romp over Fairless in the latter part of the season. This terrific offensive effort set an all-time team scoring record at Perry. Perry guard and co-captain Ken Newlon was elected to the Stark County AA first team. Gordie Woolbert won a spot on the second team, and Tom Gorham earned honorable mention. Newlon also was high scorer in the league, having 245 points in the 12 league games. Perryis other co-captain, senior Bob Hideout, was plagued with an ankle injury in the beginning of the season and was able to play very little all year. Returning next year will be five lettermen-New- lon, Woolbert, Kroll, Gorham, and Robey. These four, combined with this year's fine reserve team, should earn Perry its best won-lost record of all time next year. SEASON RECORD OPPONENT PERRY Sandy Valleyf 56 49 Lehman 46 37 Marlingtonl' 52 67 Tuslaw 39 50 Fairlessx' 53 63 Glenwood' 41 50 Jacksonf 50 43 Lake 50 39 Canton South' 60 34 Central Catholic 38 37 Sandy Valleyx' 75 60 Marlington' 60 65 North Canton 40 69 Fairless' 47 86 Glenwood' 57 65 Jackson' 59 65 Canton South' 85 51 'Denotes league games Perry's Joe Preusser scores two over the out-stretched hand of ,Iackson's Buzz Ellis in a 65-59 victory on the Panther court. Axxbbd? lm A,- Q M 13 . Perryys Wayne Kroll U35 and Cordy Woolbert beautifully de fcnse an attempted layup by a Tuslaw player. Perry won 50- 39 Cordy Woolbert gets that all-important one step on a Jackson player and he makes the la 'u in another Panther vict r 5 P ' 1 0 Y- Perry took the second game with Jackson 65-59. 15 If A MQQMQVMQV K W,M..yw,,E,fM.Haig , . .5 WM..-M .,-,Wu-Wm.: , . ,.m........,-,.,,, . W., N,-r,,,,, ,. ,. ln 1 i 1? 1wwza4sas:f..,, f- .,,,, .. -, mf,.gf2ma.wQ , ,N . ,.: ,,,L-:-,fwxw,- -WM .-,- , Mm.a..aw,,,....,. . - - H ,.,L....,.,,. Y M-- Panther star Ken Newlon scores two of his league-leading 245 points in a 65-60 victory Marlington ,M , A W X A ,fa W fs' 53? vi Diminutive Ken Newlon 4143 winner of the WHBC MVP Award, and the Best Offensive player award is one of the co-captain's of the Panther five, Bob Rideout 1105 is a co-captain of this year's squad. Coach Don Cable gives some instructions to Joe Preusser during the Jackson game. Coach Cable is in seventh heaven as he escorts Gordy Woolbert off the court after a rousing 65-57 victory over Glenwood. Managing this year's Perry varsity basketball squad are two capable Juniors, Glenn Lillich and .lohn Hall. 5995, , if Reserve basketball players are Junior Parker, Jim Bracken, Dave Fisher, Gary Blackmer Ardle Cooper Mark Harriman Terry lrwln. Back row: Coach Ed Mathie, Tom Donato, Dick Bruey, .lim Nelson, Larry Dudek Rick Albrecht Tom McClain and Man ager Tim Lewton. Kcscrvisfs Sci Renard Perryis reserve cagers set a new school record in chalking up 15 victories in 18 games. The sophomores scored a total of 1011 points as op- posed to 7-11 for all opponents. Tom Denato copped individual scoring honors, pouring 219 makers through the hoop, while Dave Fisher had the best shooting percentage, making MYR of his action shots. This yearis 14 reserves along with Edisonls undefeated freshmen dramatically point toward future basketball strength at Perry. Perry's Gary Blackmer scrambles for the ball as Mark Harriman moves in to help. The action 'takes place in the Perry-Glenwood reserve tusslc. Gmpplers D0 Well in Uaurnamenf The Perry wrestling team once again this year had a relatively poor regular season, winning only one match with Northwest, 24-23. This was un- doubtedly because of Perry's inexperience, being only in its second varsity year. The Panther grapplers did, however, fare very well in the Orville tournament, which was only for teams having two or less years in varsity play. In this tournament, Perry finished fourth of seven- teen teams. Six Perry wrestlers earned spots in the first four places of their individual classes, Joe Pal- andrani was runner-up in the 133 lb. classg Gary Bergert, Frank Klick, and Bob Best were third in the 127 lb., 138 lb., and 103 lb. classes, respectivelyg Dick Wince and Steve Smeltzer placed fourth in the 165 lb. and 154 lb. classes, respectively. This tourna- ment definitely illustrates the Panthers, strength in relation to schools of equal experience. Senior Steve Smeltzer again this year had the honor of never being pinned by an opponent, while having a record of 4-4. Frank Klick and Joe Palan- drani each finished the regular season with fine rec- ords of 7-4. Unlike last year, Perry's Wrestling team had the necessary turnout and depth, completing the season with 32 members. With this spirit and an ever-in- creasing talent, next year the Panther matmen should bring home several victories to add to their single previous win. RUSS BLOOM-145 lb. CLYDE BURGESS-Heavyweight BILL SEVIER-127 lb PERRY WRESTLERS ARE: First row: Paul Jackson, Doug Kuhn, Roy Dean, Clyde Burgess, Cary Bergert, Steve Smeltzer, Frank Klick, Bill Sevier, Russ Bloom, Woody Wilson: Second row: Coach Roger Siesel, Gary Brelish, Bob Schultheis, Tom Henning, Jim Kessler, Charlie Robbins, Walter Girod, Tim Doll, Jeff Campbell, Chuck Isler, Ray Doyle, Rod Michals Mana-fer Mike Carlson Third row: Buzz Wince, Dick Wincc, .loe Palandrani, Dan Murray, Dan Parcell, Tim Smeltzer, ,lody Bolitho, djary Buecliat, ,lefl Kaylor, Bob Best, Clayton Byers. FRANK KLICKi138 lb. STEVE SMELTZER-154 lb, GARY BERGERT-127 lb Perry High hasehallers include First row: Manager Tim Lewton, John Corby, Mike Plummer, Don Keeler, Dale Daniels, Dave Purdue and manager Glenn Lillick. In the Second row are Honorary Coach Claude Fulton, John Hall, Mike Denison, Jack Merry- man, Curt Schlarb, Dick Morris, Timm Miller, and Coach Don Cable. Diumrfmi ,flflen Ease Szlf to Graduafian Losing six key players via graduation may have a noticeable effect on the Perry baseball team chances of copping the AA league banner in 1964. The ques- tion will be-will the returning lettermen be able to fill the vacancies effectively? Under the leadership of veteran mentor Don Cable, the 1962-1963 diamond squad posted a 9-8 record. The team compiled a fielding average of .909, nearly comparable to the fine .926 and .933 of the last two seasonsg the total batting average .221 dropped only slightly from the previous year's .224. Don Keefer, one of the six graduating players, grabbed the team batting honors for the second year in a row with a .340 average, but returning letterman Dale Daniels and Bob Becker also did well in the hitting depart- ment. The Panthers have four fine pitchers return- ing in Becker, Dick Morris, Jack Merryman, and Curt Schlarb, even the hurler with the most victories, Mike Plummer, was lost by the graduation route. These boys, as well as the other returning letter- men, will be trying to make the 1963-1964 season the best in the history of Perry High School. SEASON RECORD Perry Opponent Score 5 Marlington 3 2 Jackson 3 2 Timken 3 3 Fairless 4 6 Lincoln 0 4 Sandy Valley 2 6 Lincoln 3 10 McKinley 2 2 South 7 6 Lehman 3 8 Sandy Valley 0 3 South 7 1 Jackson 2 3 Glenwood 4 5 Fairless 7 8 Glenwood 6 ' ffzylzhylzfs Hike angel few and - visits highlights are far haiwceh. PERRY HIGH SCHOOL 3737 HAHSH AVENUE S.W. MASSILLON, OHIO 44646 Robert E. Flanders Telephone Principal GR. 7-3487 January 24, l964 Walt Disney cfo Walt Disney Studios Burbank, California Dear Mr. Disney, It is a tradition of Perry High School's yearbook, The Clock. To sponsor a Photogenic contest each year. This contest is to select the most photogenic boy and girl in our school. The finalists' pictures are then submitted to renown indi- viduals for judging. Previous judges have been Nat Goodman, Mike Douglas, and Steve Allen. The Clock staff this year has chosen you, Mr. Disney, to do our judging. We would greatly appreciate it if you would select our Mr. and Miss. Photogenics for l964. The eight finalists' photographs are enclosed with proper identification on the back of each. We would appreciate it if you would return the pictures with your decision within ten C101 days so that we will be able to meet our publisher's deadline. Please include a cover letter with your decision and a picture of yourself. We would like, with your permission, to use the picture and the letter as part of the layout in our book. Thank you for your help and cooperation. We are extremely confident that your decision will be an excellent one. Sincerely, Sandy Witschy Editor, The Clock l'f xii.-. dfigiiiis VV IX L T S PJ E Y' I' R CD IJ ll CI1'I CD P4 S February 19, l96h Sandy Witschy Editor, THE CLOCK PERRY HIGH SCHOOL 3737 Harsh Ave, S.W. Massillon, Ohio Dear Sandy: Mr. Disney is away from the studio but in any event we have set up a group of our artists who pass on photographic contests such as yours. I have submitted your pictures to the com- mittee and they have come up with their order of selection which is marked on the back of the four top contestants. I do hope this is agreeable with you. Good luck and with my kind personal regards Sincerely, ,. f' .I J ' . DY Dub ic Relations Director , . Ax i JPR:cj O ,f PS: You are free to say that a committee of Disney artists made this selection, if you so choose. 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Studying too was a highlight . . . . . as was keeping physically fit. A highlight can he many things to .many people. One is spotlightetl at every turn in a young person's life. As each student looks hack, he Will find many aspects of his school career that he will treasure. It might have been a soc hop or a prom. It might have happened in school or out of school. But it was a highlight! It was Perry High School. Aaaarfisiaa Za! aaflziaa ,aass that will aaaaafaas aaa. HIGH SCHOOL: A 70-dollar-a-day job If you have a friend who is thinking of dropping out of high school, ask him this question: "Would you continue if you were paid S70 a day until graduation?" Statistics show that the average high school graduate earns 550,000 more during his life than the average eighth grade graduate. It breaks down to this: Four years of high school equals 720 days. Each day spent earning a diploma is worth 370. And that doesn't include addi- tional income from summer employment. What's more, jobs traditionally open to non-graduates are rapidly disappearing. The unemployment rate among non-graduates is 21!2 times that of the average high school graduate. The tragedy of it all is pointed out by the United States Chamber of Commerce. It reports that the number of openings for skilled jobs in the U. S. almost equals the number of unskilled, unemployed persons. This nation's industry and business need trained people by the thousands. What's wrong with getting that train- ing in high school at a rate of S70 a day tin future in- comel? THE TIMKEN ROLLER BEARING COMPANY, CANTON 6, OHIO Courtesy: Keystone Employees News Keystone Steel 8. Wire Co. Peoria, Illinois 3 West Germany: A Bliss arrest- ing gear "catches" a landing U. S. A. F. jet fighter on the runway after a brake failure. Memphis: Antiquated fire alarms are replaced by a modern, more extensive Bliss- Gamewell coded alarm system. -i ,mln Amiga :caff- -..ilm . tiiywigjri alll' if: India: Vitally-needed alumi- num strip comes whirling off a new Bliss cold mill near Calcutta. IN , Q,- Cape Canaveral: Bliss-built nozzles and engine parts help guide a Minuteman missile 5,000 miles down range. technologies for better, safer living 1 1 1'i'I L Xi lp 8 3 QE ml Brazil: Auto body sections are stamped out on huge Bliss mechanical presses at a plant in Sao Paulo. Chicago: A Bliss Mackintosh- Hemphill roll is readied for service in a rolling mill at a giant steel plant. L. I 'r w' P Tampa: Remutionary Bliss- ' Eagle traffic control system uses an electronic brain to synchronize traffic flow. Even as these events are taking place, others are in the making. Bliss breaks ground for a new press building plant for Israel . . .ships a complete can-making machinery line to a big food packer.. announces a new plant in Canada to manufacture precision timers and other products...negotiates a contract for prototype production of parts for an advanced rocket system. Everywhere in this growing, changing world, you'll find Bliss...growing , and changing with it. Write for our 2O:page booklet of Bliss activities. . . ' ' GD E W BLISS COMPANY Canton,0hlo SINCHSSY F ilities in: Canton 81 Salem, Ohio: Hastings, Michigan: Pittsburgh, Midland 8: Drexel Hill, Pa.: Worcester and Newton Upper Falls ac Mass.: Portland, Maine: Moline, Illinois: Davenport, Iowa: Baraboo, Wisconsin:Canada: England: France: West Germany: Israel: Australia THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK MASSILLON, OHIO MassiIIon's OnIy Home-Ownecl NaI'ionaI Bank Main Office LINCOLN WAY AT ERIE ST. BrancI'1 AMHERST SHOPPING CENTER DRIVE-IN wlNDows AT EACH OFFICE Congra+uIa+ions, Seniors From MASSILLON AUTOMOBILE CLUB PHONE 833-8535 Congra+uIa+ions, Seniors FRAN K'S SUNOCO SERVICE 34I5 Lincoln Way Easi MASSILLON. OHIO CongraIuIa+ions, '64 Graduaies From LOGAN COAL 8: SUPPLY I525 Maryland Ave. S. W. GR 7-3845 HARlEY'UAVII35IIN I Harley-David -Sales Co. ' A NE if - 304 Cherry nue . I , CA TON O O PAUMIER, INC. THE CENTRAL STATES Tools - Dies - Jigs and Fix'I'ures Special Machinery and Design Service Iam Harsh Ave. S. E. MASSILLON, OHIO A B C ELECTRIC I3II Singingbroolr Ave. N. W. Massillon TE 3-6447 ANDREW PAFLAS WARWICK 81 PACHAN CONSTRUCTION CO. "CusIom Builders" 3026 Wesl Tuscarawa 477- I 746 GR 7-5930 TOWN 81 COUNTRY BEAUTY SALON 5800 Navarre Rd. S. W. 477-7I02 THE F. W. ARNOLD AGENCY CO. "Insurance Ihal lnsures" Since I876 Phone TE 2-I556 224 Lincoln Way Easl' MASSILLON, OHIO ROBERTO'S SWISS CHEESE Homemade S+yle Ravioli 345 Roufe 30, I Mile Easl' of Eas'I' Can'I'on DIAL IV 8-I55I KAISER KEYSTONE HOMES, INC. 60II Navarre Rd., S. W. CANTON 6, OHIO SHIRLEY FERGUSON PERRY HEIGHTS BEAUTY SALON 502 Locke S. E. Massillon An Open Flame th k BURGERSTI 23I Ei WN 7V'TIX 600057675 For Securl+y As An Employee As a Pollcyholder S WITH YOU ABOUT IT MCDONALD'S 4757 W. Tuscarawas 4629 Cleveland N. W. Cherry and 9+h N. E. CANTON ' X SEE Us, WED LIKE TO TALK A 4- ,Y E . NATIONWIDE INSURANCE REGIONAL OFFICE IOI4 Marlcel' Avenue N. CANTON. OHIO '64 Graduaies THE BEST TO YOU FROM THE CLIMALENE COMPANY I022 9'I'l1 S+., S. W. -Canfon -fri i n Xi Ti fgfzz. l::::::::::::l::: ":: f 555, 'T ' . ,E l-i GLENN R. BERGERT YI IR Pnumms Conira do' zin I NEW CONSTRUCTION g ..A, . REMODELING I 375I MoIIane S'I'ree+. N. W. , PERRY HEIGHTS GR 7-428I J' A ' A A FREE PRESS IS YOUR GUARANTEE OF YOUR INDIVIDUAL FREEDOM Protect It THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Perry HeigI1+s Office THE STATE BANK COMPANY 3349 Lincoln Way E. MASSILLON, OHIO CompIe+e Banking Service HOWARD JOHNSONS 2860 Lincoln Way E. MASSILLON, ol-no DICK MOECIA SHOE TRICIAN 3 MINUTE HEEL SERVICE EXPERT SHOE DYEING Counlry Fair Shopping Cenfer GUSCOFF'S GARAGE General Au+o Repair I658 Perry Drive S. W. CANTON, OHIO CONGRATULATIONS! On Compleling Twelve Wonderful Years From CANTON ADMIRAL HOMES, INC. "See The Resl - Then Build The BesI" IExcIusive Admiral Franchised Dealerl PASTRY SHOP 5488 Navarre Rd. S. W. Canlon Massillon CANTON 6' OHIO 109 warn N. w. iszi Amhersl' Ra. PHONE 477-8I44 GL 5-6464 TE 2-9666 CompIimen+s of LASH'S BARBER SHOP 2330 Wesl' Tusc. CANTON. OHIO Congrafulafions, Seniors HAUGHTON SOHIO SERVICE 4I03 Lincoln Way E. MASSILLON BEN HEGGY CANDY CO. 743 Cleveland Ave.. N. W. CANTON. OHIO CompIimen'rs From BARDASH HARDWARE II32 Wer-Iz N. W. - Phone GL 6-5II CANTON, OHIO SHEFFLER'S Home nmsssso MEATS 44I2 nh s+. N. w. CANTON, or-no Congrarularions From THE LIVINGSTON FURNITURE CO. 3rd and MarIce+ N. In Down'rown Canron WEST MANOR SHELL 4400 W. Tusc. a+ Whipple For Good Service Congra+uIa+ions +0 Perry High '64 Gracluaies ART'S JEWELERS Auihorized Keepsake Diamond Jewelers 236 N. MarIce'I' S+. and 200 E. Tusc. S+. In Downfown Canfon LEW KULL FLORIST 535 CIeveIancI Ave. GL 6-7353 Flowers for all Occasions eFlI?'sA 'g EXPERT WORK WE'llflXlT EPPERSON BODY 8: PAINT SHOP .,g1f. l30-I2+h S+., N. w. CANTON 3, or-no GL 5 6565 LEWIS EPPERSON Cusfom Made by Edna Dewald Telephone TEmpIe 3-4572 LAMPSHADE RECOVERING Lincoln Way E., MASSILLON. OHIO 235 ,Derry Uhrigjfian Cla zzzfclz KN N, ,I-.EF I39 Perry Drive N. W. CANTON 8, OHIO 44708 "The growing clfurclfm for +I'1e Coming CI'1ris'r" Swings Brakes BRIGHTEN UP STORE, INC. SPRING SERVICE CO., INC. 40I6 Soufhway SI., S. W. PHONE GR 7-729I CANTON, OHIO AmI1ers+ Park Shopping Cen'Ier MASSILLON Painf and Wall Paper Ar+ Supplies KING'S SOHIO 2600-I2'I'h Sfreei' N. W. CANTON 8, OHIO BUCK HILL IRON WORKS 3502 Navarre RcI. S. W. CANTON. OHIO PHONE GR 7-03Il CompIimen'I's of GATTUSO MUSIC CENTER I462 CIeve. Ave. CANTON LLOYD'S RADIO 8: TV 6788 Wes+wood S+. S. W. Mass. TE 2-32I2 FINE APPLIANCES 1 ..around the house, around the world o o iiii A I . - X' 2' ' UQ, Co VERTIEIE I C EANERS 4' -5' J iii ,P if cANIsTER , " ,- CLEANERS 'R--III-IIW, U , X' y ,. Complimenfs of f I I DAN DEE fe A-f HALO , Wim ,W PRETZEL 8. POTATO CHIP CO CLEANERS A,-,Y l X, . OZOE 'gl' li Etsggic Keep Dan Dee Handy D SCPUBBERS L . N WA5"E"5 for a COmpIe+e Line of Snack I+ems T-'T Iv i HAMP . ' i0I.ISH?I'g THE NAVARRE DEPOSIT BANK CO. I3 NOI'I'I'I Main NAVARRE. OHIO Complefe Banking Services Hours 9 To 3 Every Day Excepi' Wednesday 9 'Io I2 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT Specializing in INSURANCE CORPORATION Quamy Cleaning and Finishing THE RED COACHMAN our Speciality 3570 Lincoln Way E. , , PERRY I-IEIOI-ITS Your Dlhlhg Pleasure Phone 477-4I32 5IOI W. Tusc. CompIimen+s of MARKS TRACTOR CompIimenI's and Besf WisI1es AND EQUIPMENT CO. Co m PI I m e n Is of .L.1.:.g.::g:,:::5:5:5:2:5S2E5 McAFEE INSURANCE AGENCY 3I0 Firs+ Nafional Bank r' r"'I . ,, . . . .. , J. Phone TE 2-I57I ' I 1 :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:izSai:1:S:2:21:g:::5:::::5:::-:-:-:-. -"""""""l'l',.,.,.,.,...,.,. .-.-.'.-.-L'Q':-3-:-'-2-3-1-3-3-g-fZ!'!!'I'3.'.-.'a-2-:'. 'A'2-1'I-I:I:Ii:Z:?:E:5:5:5:212:1:2:5:515gIE222:2:2:f:5:2:f:f:2:2:f:f:f:::5 Porfraif PI1o+ograpI1ers TRI-CITY TRANSIT, INC. 3I45 W. T . Ph 452-5789 TE 3'54'6 EEANTON, ol-iicge CI1ar'l'er Service GREETINGS FROM REGAL WARE, INC. KEWASKUM, WISCONSIN WorId's Finest Cooking Ware Local RepresenI'a+ive A. Reigle 6393 Navarre S. W. DON WILLIAMS Can1'on's Finesi Home for Funerals Mawr 3502-04 Wes+ Tuscarawas CANTON. OHIO Mr. Ted Custom Tailoring MARY'S BEAUTY SALON u 'Id' Meyers Lake Plaza 'M M2ii"'FE,oI"' 'ng iz+h and Whipple Ra. N. w. TE 3-5102 H D ng by MARY and DAN NORMAJEAN'S BEAUTY SALON 3754 Lincoln Way Easf MAsslu.oN, oi-no PH. 477-4844 BALDWIN PlANos - ORGANS HAHN 81 CO. 404 w. Tum. Dial 454-4923 CLEDUS T. REED FUNERAL HOME GR 7-672I 705 Rafi Rd. S. W. CANTON'S ONLY CHURCH-LIKE CHAPEL SUPERIOR PROVISION CO "FRANKlES" The Keener Wiener WaInu+ Road Exi. S. MASSILLON TE 2-749I BALI HAI 4508 Lincoln Way, E. Belween Can+on and Massillon FRANK'S RESTAURANT Home Cooked Meals Daily Dinner Specials TE 2-0290 Carry Oui' Orders Bes'I' Chicken Dinner-SI .00 PERRY HEIGHTS Cong ra+uIa+ions Class of '64 From A FRIEND GOOD LUCK FROM: SUPER CENTER, INC. Your One Stop Shopping Center WARREN MASSILLON CANTON ALLIANCE 6 Phone 477-70l4 R T PLASTICS FIEST HARDWARE I iecfion Molding and Decoredinq 5038Cl'Ai'I1j:,I?gNWaY 5020 gggfffrfyoffg SW' Phone GR 7-3633 R. c. uzusay THOMAS 9 I BENSON TYPEWRITER FOUR WINDS 40I 4+h s+ree+ N. W. RESTAURANT CANTON 4210 mh s+fee+, N.w. .ff ,MF VENTURA SHOE SERVICE Firsl and Federal, N.W., Massillon Phone TE 2-735 Quick Service 3 Experienced Shoe Repairmen Free Parking Lol' Complimenls of S 81 T GROCERY MCCULLOUGH NURSING HOME I637 Cleveland Ave., N.W. Canihon bll Mahoning Rd., N.E. II9 Isl S+. S.W. Ladies only Canlon, Ohio Massillon, Ohio GL 2-2727 CANTON FLOWER SHOP I38 Third Slreel' S.W., Can'I'on "Call Us lor Beaulilully Arranged Fresh Flowers" KROGER'S MASSILLON Congralulalions Class of '64 MONZIONE SUPER MARKET 355 Belden N.E. CANTON, OHIO GL 5-5I93 A COMPLETE FOOD SERVICE 242 WH ITE HOUSE FURNITURE Fine Home Furnishings 3I29 Lincoln Way Easl' MASSILLON. OHIO Phone TE 2-8049 Bes+ Wishes WHIPPLE HEIGHTS PURE OIL I2I'h and Whipple N.W. GR 7-I 245 FLANAGAN AND NIST Can+on's CompIe+e Painl' SI'ore McKinley and 5Ih N. W. 2747 Cleveland Ave, N. W. 3007 Tuscarawas S+. Wesi WEST MANOR THRIFTY MKT. II64 ELWOOD AVENUE S.W. GR 7-46I2 Home Delivery STEBBINS BUSINESS MACHINES CO. Serving Slarlc Co. Since I9I8 TYPEWRITERS - ADDING MACHINES - CASH REGISTERS 33I W. Tuscarawas S+. Ph. 455-590I "Modern As Tomorrow" Telephone HU 4-III2 STEINBACH EXCAVATING . I L S. W. CANTON,OHIO , I ,e., A 3 Q-54 Q f 't I 5' - ToP solL FILL DIRT DRIVE-Ill! ":,,,, ,mfs S GRAVEL SAND SLAG LIMESTONE 'lu' K I A I SHIVEI-Y'S BRA-WIN MANQR 4I2 Lincoln Way Easf , Massillon Corner Genoa Rd. and Can'I'on-Massillon Rd. MARCELINO RUA RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE Manager Luncheons-Dinners-Privaie Pariies Reservafions GR 7-0592 243 , I fi hu-d h auuvvinn IUITEII 2. .!I!!l'l Phone: 477-7262 COUNTRY FAIR FLORIST 43I7 Wes? Tuscarawas S+ree+ Canion 8, Ohio Fashion in Flowers Complimenfs of DAVE'S BARBER SHOP I28 Hinderer Ave. S.W. Perry His. Complimenfs of GOLDENFELD'S CLOTHING STORE I69 Lincoln Way Wesf Massillon, Ohio CANTON SACHSENH EIM 52II Wesf Tusc. Friday Fish - Shrimp Hamburger Dinners "The Besl In Home Cooking" Ca+ering Io Banquers - Weddings Dinners For Reserva+ions Call 7-7I00 Public Invi'red PERRY HEIGHTS BARBER SHOP I 7 Barbers 'Io Serve You Open 9 A.M. 'ro 7 P.M. Closed Wed. Air Condi'I'ioned 3242 Lincoln Way E. TE 3-2337 SCHMIDT'S GIFTS 43I5 Wesf Tuscarawas Sfreei' CANTON 8, OHIO 41 4 THE PEOPLES FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 244 2II Lincoln Way EasI' MASSILLON. OHIO Congra+uIa+ions 'Io a Grea+ Band From ENGELHARDT'S MUSIC CENTER 47 Erie S+. S., Massillon TE 3-3203 Complimenrs of THE SUGAR BOWL 45 Lincn. W.E., Massillon and Amhersf Shopping Cenier FINNEY'S DRUG STORES 4I5 MarIce+ Avenue N. CO. 5I5 3rd Sireef, N.W. CANTON OHIO I53 Lincoln Way Eas'I' MASSILLON, OHIO KLING MOTORS, INC. 4825 Wes+ Tusc. CANTON 8, OHIO Sales and Service DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 5 QuaIi+y and Courfesy GEO. "C-JABE" FRANZ Phone TE 2-7959 MASSILLON AUTO SALES 44 Firsf S+. N. W. Massillon, Ohio Congraiulafions, Gradua+es FEATURING MICHAEL STERN CLOTHING BOSTONIAN SHOES TOM STRAUGHN'S MEN'S SHOP I67 Lincoln Way E. TE 3-33950 HAHN PIANO COMPANY 404 Wesi Tuscarawas CANTON "BALDWIN- America's Isl Family in Music" A WORLD OF PROGRESS IN POWER TRANSMISSION Playing a viial, buf unlneralded role behind llwe scenes of some of Americas Iargesl producers ol commercial and consumer goods, Aulomaiic Sleel Producis, Inc., Iwas risen Io a posilion of prominence in Ilne pasl decade. Aulomaiic Sleel Producls is "firsI"' in The manufaclure of pulleys, and is a leading supplier of axle iaclcs. MERCURY CLUTCH DIVISION AUTOMATIC STEEL PRODUCTS, INC. I20I Camden S. W. CANTON ,fn1ki-nmf -1-normal' 1. THE MASSILLON U RBAN LEAGU E Sfriving for Equal Opporiunify for All Since I936 Thomas J. Coleman Rev. George A. Filch Presidenl Firsl' Vice Presicleni' Easlman Chandler Mfg, Roberlf Hill econd Vice Presidenf Secrefary Richard Scholem Treasurer GERBER BEAUTY SCHOOL . . . Jrhe School Thai Pul' Ohio on rhe Beauiy Map. 400 Marke'r Ave. N. 452-420i E 1 PLOTT Over I8 Years Sewing Your Needs Wifh Over 30 Well-Trainecl Salespeople 4540 4l'h N.W. Can'I'on 477-6243 Congra+ula+ions, Seniors From SIBERT SUNOCO l8I6 Cleveland Avenue, Soufh THE KENDALL HOUSE I209 Lincoln Way E. MassiIIon's Hospi'raIi+y FAMILY RESTAURANT LAUGHLIN MOTORS 4566 Wesf Tusc. SALES AND SERVICE Congralulafions Class of '64 STERN AND MAN N'S FLOWERS by Pa+ aI' WAGN ERS 322 Harding Avenue PERRY HEIGHTS SCHUMAN DRUGS 3343 Lincoln Way E. TE 2-9825 3600 Wes+ Tusc. GL 6-050I 248 SURPLUS SALES EQUIPMENT CO. 4325 Lincoln Way E. Massillon in PERRY HEIGHTS SUTTON'S FLOWER 81 GIFT HOUSE We Telegraph Flowers Anywhere 3IO2 6+h SIree+, S.W., Canfon Phone 453-9284 NEAR AULTIMAN HOSPITAL SEGEL'S A Specially Shop for Young Ladies 28 Lincoln Way Easf MASSILLON, OHIO TE 3-4829 GEORGE STONE OLDS-CADILLAC, INC. 233 N. Erie S+. Massillon 833-8584 C. O. FINEFROCK CO. Qualify Furnifu re Since I 902 For Your Shopping Convenience STORE HOURS Monday I2 +o 9, Tues. Thru Fri. I0 +o 9 Sat I0 +o 5 64I Lincoln Way W. Massillon Besl' of Luck HAL'S SPORT SHOP 37 N. Erie Sfreel Massillon, Ohio YOUR SPORTING GOODS HEADQUARTERS CompIimen+s of Your MASSILLON SEED 81 SUPPLY CO. Beller Seeds for Beller Crops Neighborhood I39 ISI N.W. A 8: D FOODARAMA Massillgn SUPER MARKET -I-E 2-9500 Congra+uIa+ions Class of '64 DICK'S MARKET 3238 Lincoln Way E. PERRY HEIGHTS CompIimen+s of MASSILLON RETAIL JEWELERS ASSOCIATION C. J. Duncan J. L. Fromholh SuHer's Pi+cocIc 8: Wagner, Inc. S'I'epIan's Jlr. 5 Home-Owned Slores Io Serve You WHIPPLE AVE. BEAUTY 81 BARBER SHOPS II4I Whipple af I2'Ih S+ree+ CANTON CompIimen'Is of COLANGELO TAILORS 44 Charles Ave. S.E. MASSILLON. OHIO 1112, 183, 184 fader - Serzivrs Acbi, Robert, GR 70008, 230 Cayuga N. W., Canton 97 Albrecht, Donna, GR 71803, 161 Marsden Avenue N. W., Canton 97 Aponascwicz, Sherry, GR 76585, 4540 13th Street N. W., Canton 97, 173, 175, 181 184 Arnold, Michael, GL 334-76, 1006 Fulton Road, Canton 97, 193, 196, 202, 218 Arntz, Bob, GR 76092, 1014 Ovcrdale Avenue N.W., Canton 97 Ballantine, Carol, GR 75931, 4614 11th Street N.W. Canton 97 Bates, Jennifer, GR 74657, 4901 Arbor Street S. W., Canton -'19, 97, 181, 182, 183 184 Baughman, Christine, GR 71306, 1228 Saratoga Avenue S. W., Canton 98, 174 177 181, 184, 186, 187, 219 Becker, Robert, TE 20968, 711 Cliarldon Avenue, Massillon 911, 176, 194, 196 Bender, Nancy, GR 77901, 4877 Fourth Street N. W., Canton 98, 158 Bennett, Gene, TE 34851, 203 Marion Avenue N. E., Massillon 98 Bergert, Cary, GR 74281, 3751 Mollane Avenue N. E., Massillon 98, 155, 176, 181 183, 184, 209 Bethel, James, GR 74193, 4701 Seventh Street N.W., Canton 98 Billingsley, Mary, CR 76946, 4654 13th Street S. W., Canton 98, 170 Birune, Connie, GR 70318, 4506 Ninth Street N. W., Canton 98 Blacks, Beverly, GR 72318, 213 Wrexham Avenue S. E., Massillon 30, 98, 168, 173 177, 181, 223 Blacklerlge, John, HU 41042, 4575 Richville Drive, Massillon 98 Bloom, Russ, TE 39010, 134- Elmwood Avenue S. W., Massillon 99, 155, 158, 180, 208, 209 Boggs, Scott, GR 7-1990, 515 Genoa Avenue North, Massillon 99 Borcoman, Tom, GR 72329, 1626 Perry Drive N. YV., Canton 99, 177 Bowling, James, GR 72555, 835 Genoa Avenue N. E., Massillon 99, 146, 154 Boyce, Gilbert, CR 711314, 1125 Miles Avenue S. W., Canton 55, 99, 176, 202 Brady, Susan, GR 71702, 322 Bell Avenue N. E., Massillon 99 Brewer, Donna, T1-I 22694, 6131 Parknoll Avenue S. W., Massillon 26, 96, 99, 180, Greenfeltler, Dan, TE 27510, 127 Kolpwood N.E., Massillon 106, 196 Gressel, Candace, GR 71657, 216 Perry Drive N. W., Canton 106 Gutheinz, Tom, GR 71681, 237 Whipple N.W., Canton 106 Guthrie, Claude, TE 25964, 6410 Highton S. YV., Navarre 106 1-Ialeu, Suv, TE 33825, 1971 Southway Street S. W., Massillon 107, 162, 168, 181 Hamhueelten, Ronald, GR 77318, 2716 Perry Drive S. W.. Canton 107 Harbisnn, Ronna, TE 25956, 707 Charldon Street S. li., Massillon 56, 107, 171, 172, 174, 180, 182, 184, 192. 223 Harper, Lorraine, GR 75211, 1610 lsler Court N.W., Canton 107, 168, 173, 177, 181 Harrison, Carolyn, TE 29178, 3512 Lincoln Way E., Massillon 107, 166, 180, 184 Harrison, David, CR 75716, 4648 11th Street N. W,, Canton 107 Harry, Donald, GR 76303, 226 Stewart Avenue N. E., Massillon 31, 107, 177, 185 Helm, Rick, GR 75933, 1125 13th Street N. W., Canton Henning, Cynthia, CR 74207, 176 Saratoga Avenue W., Canton 30, 81, 107, 177, 179, 180, 183, 181, 186, 223 Herman, Timothy, TE 24018, 130 Gnau Avenue, Massillon 107 Hinson, Cheryl, CR 74737, 4964- 15th Street S. W., Canton 108, 170 Hohuian, Gary, GR 71139, 4835 Arbor Rourl S. W., Canton 108 llollinghaugh, Karen, GR 71511, 1433 Bortlner Avenue S. XV., Canton 108, 170 1-lolutes, Marshall, GR 71411, 738 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 113, 108, 155, 157, 158, 176, 187, 216 Hopper, Judy, GR 71861, 1430 lsler Cirrle N. W., Canton 108, 158, 181, 182, 184- Hosner, Franjean, GR 74935 1718 12th Street N.W., Canton 108, 168, 173 Hustetler, Wvade, CR 74283, 5227 13th Street S. Ml., Canton 108, 176 Howard, Ronald, GR 75892, 4509 Seronrl Street N. W., Canton 108, 1,14 Hoy, Richard, TE 39117, 6751 Westwood Street, Massillon 109 Bricker, Rodney, GR 73622, 759 Whipple Road S. W., Canton 50, 88, 91, 99, 155 162, 164, 165, 181 Bright, Todd, CR 71816, 245 Pershing Avenue N. E., Massillon 100, 155, 158 Bucher, Priscilla, GR 73945, 4711 Fourth Street N. W., Canton 100, 170, 181 Burgess, Clyde, CR 73945, 4657 17th Street N. W., Canton 100, 208, 209 Callahan, Mark, GR 76561, 4882 Barrie Street N. W., Canton 100 Campbell, Susan, GR 77430 1431 Manor Avenue N.W., Canton 100 Carlson, Mike, TE 32301, 3220 Green Park Street, Massillon 100, 174, 209 Clark, Sally, TE 25861, 6770 Westwood Street S. W., Massillon 100, 181, 181 Cobb, Barbara, GR 73140, 5212 14111 Street, S. W., Canton 100, 170 Cogan, Jack, GR 72560, 1120 Fairlane S. W., Canton 101 Colvin, David, GR 70334, 4039 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 101 Cosentino, Frank, CR 71919, 187 Saratoga Avenue N. W., Canton 101, 196 Cox, Timothy, CR 74004, 231-1 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 101 Cresson, Barbara, CR 76161, 5910 Navarre Road, Canton 101 Crowl, Celeste, CR 77437, 745 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 26, 30, 91, 177, 174, 179, 180, 183, 186 101 Cunningham Steve GR 72366 4975 12th Street S. W., Canton Curry, Lana: GR 72516, 265 Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 101, 168 Daniel. Dale, CR 70058, 320 Fairlnwn Avenue S. W., Massillon 101, 210 Daniels, Pat, GR 7-1418, 204 Stewart Avenue S. E., Massillon 102, 167, 171 DeBuIa, Alic c, CR 75877, 121 Cayuga Avenue N. W., Canton 102 Dennison, Michael, CR 70333, 4923 Barrie N. W., Canton 102, 161, 162, 164, 165, 174, 176, 180, 210 Deyton, Peggy, GR 73036, 4414 13th Street, Canton 102 Dickes, Diana, GR 74915, 5077 Monticello Drive, Canton 43, 96, 102, 162, 171, 179, 181 Dickinson, Sancla, GR 70812, 4430 15th Street N. W., Canton 102, 170 Dillinger, Jim, CR 73098, 4902 13th Street S. W,, Canton 102 Donavan, Linda, GR 72624, 4904 Third Street N. W., Canton 130 Doolan, Lee, GR 71948, 5061 Aurora N. Wl., Canton 103, 155 Dorkoff, Arthur, HU 43907, 3831 Shepler Avenue, Canton 103 Dornhecker, Mary, GR 73242, 2500 Perry Road S. W., Canton 103, 167. 153 171 Douglas, Susanna, GR 76642, 160 Anna Avenue N. W., Canton 103, 162, 174, 180, 184 Dressler, Richard, TE 29428, 3110 12th Street N. W., Massillon 103 Edwards, Tomothy. GR 70685, 326 Zern S. W., Massillon 103 Edwards, Virginia, CR 744115, 328 Harding Avenue, Massillon 103, 167, 170, 173, 179, 180, 184, 187 Ehlert, Bonnie, CR 74383, 3621 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 103. 167 Elavsky, Larry, TE 24890, 547 27th Street N. E., Mtissillon 104 Ellis, Dave, GR 70553, 131 Bell Avenue, Massillon 104 Elsass, David, GR 71902, 4460 Eighth Street N. W., Canton 104, 158. 162. 177. 176 Estarlt, Jeff, GR 74629, 1307 Borslner S. W., Canton 101 Fall, Linda, TE 25536, 3111 Marta S. E., Massillon 104, 167, 170 Fete, Sandra, GR 76535, 5833 Wynnbrook S. W., Canton 104 Fisher, Russell, GR 74848, 3065 11111 Street S. W., Canton 104, 196 170 1-3 , I Fitzgerald, Maureen, GR 74826, 234- Pershing Avenue, Massillon 72, 101, 181 Foltz, Jane, GR 70687, 1109 Elwood S. WV., Canton 105, 177, 180, 181 Fowler, Gayle, GR 71635, 1422 Bordner 5. W., Canton 105 Franklin, Marie, HY 41181, 5627 Fohl S. W., Navarre 105 Frornlroltz, Edna, CR 72097, 4440 llaunarll N. W., Canton 105, 167, 172, 171, 175 Fuller, Linda, GR 75695, 1220 Fairlane S. Ml., Canton 105 Gallatin, Kenneth, 832-3425, 1041 Jackson Avenue, Massillon 183, 184 Garrett, Janet, TE 23314, 3225 Hilton 15. Wl., Carlton 105, 177 Gash, Larry, CR 73175, 151 Bell Avenue, Massillon 105, 181 Gntehell, Tim, GR 71186, 202 Leonard Avenue N. W., Massillon 105 Glenn, Randy, GR 76936, 4651 17th Street N. Wi., Canton 106, 176 Condo, Pat, CR 75242, 321 Cayuga N. W., Canton 106, 163, 171 Gonrlall, Marilyn, GR 77369, 1215 Manor Avenue S. YV., Canton 106 Gravills, Diane, GR 72318, 4826 11th Street N. W., Canton 106, 170, 173, 180 250 51, 105, 177, 181. 182 Huhhxtrd, Barton, GR 7-1725. 120 Mt. Marie Drive N. W., Canton 31, 109, 155, 177. 181, 187 1-luffman, Joseph, GR 7-1-596, 1723 Perry Drive 5. YV., Canton 109 lsler, Ronald, TE 21335, 6373 Richville Drive, Canton 109, 180 letters, Marianne, GR 77011, 1157 Wlcstern Avenue S. W,, Canton 109, 1-14 John, Karen, CR 71836, 218 Wrexham Avenue S.E., Massillon 109, 158, 170 174- 181, 182, 183, 181 Johnston, Thomas, GR 74887, 1227 Elwood S. W., Canton 109 .lonr-s, Beverly, GR 73922, 3802 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 109, 168, 177 Jones, James, TE 21810, 3416 Hilton Place N. E., Massillon 26, 28, 110, 175, 177, 179, 181, 186, 187, 195, 196, 19l'1 Jones, Rebecca, B33-2388, 6220 Ridgewood Drive S.W., Canton 110 Jukich, Marcy, GR 74996, 1209 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 82, 110, 167, 174 217 Kane, Earl, GR 77391, 4545 Third Street N. W., Canton 110 Kenimerling, Karen, TE 27733, 3168 Wilrlwoocl Circle S. E., Massillon 110, 157, 168, 172, 175 Kennedy, Rexine, TE 24776, 225 Marion Avenue, Massillon 110, 15-1 Kerstetter, Richard, GR 76529. 5263 Tyner Read, Canton 110 Kincaid, Torn, GR 70715, 1157 Whipple Avenue S. W., Canton 110 Kinsingcr, Dwain, GR 70091, 5156 Southway Street 5. W., Canton 110 Klcptach, Roger, GR 72995, 1417 Perry Drive S.W., Canton Ill Kliek, Frank, TE 23932, 3424 Stump Avenue S.W., Massillon 111, 181, 196, 209 Kohl, Shirley, GR 75869, 4537 Aurora Street N. WH, Canton 111, 190 Kohler, Kenneth, TE 25306, 137 Freeman Road, Massillon 111 KroSS, ,lolm, GR 71155, 317 Genoa Avenue South, Massillon 111, 177, 176 Kulieh, Toni, GR 7821-1, 11929 Menloughwoods Drive N. W., Canton 111, 170 Kulisek, Barbara, TE 23920, 477 Sundale Road N.W., Massillon 55, 56, 93, 111, 169, 181, 192, 221 Lanham, Delores, HC 11295, 4403 Mulhr-im Avenue S. W., Navarre 111, 168, 185 Lapp, David, GR 70226, 11112 Wvestern Avenue S. WV., Canton 112 Lappin, Cheryl, GR 72135, 4985 Second Street N. W., Canton 112, 153 Lashinske, Karen, GR 73890, 1302 Saratoga S. W., Canton 112, 119, 150 Lfnn, Pat, C11 71696, 4523 16th Street N. W., Canton 112 Lewarlc, Dayton, GR 77973, 130 Anna Avenue, Canton 112 Lewis, Ellen, GR 76940, 441 Linway Avenue N.E., Canton 112, 154 Lewis, Patty, TE 26326, 3540 Bailey Road, Nlassillon 112, 170, 180, 223 Lewis, Tom, G11 711221, 2147 Swiss Avenue S. W., Canton s 112 Liber, Vicki, CR 70624, 1121 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 56, 85, 113, 161, 162, 165, 163, 181, 191, 219 Long, Terri, HU 43963, 4949 1-'nhl Street S.W., Canton 92, 113, 162, 117, 181, 183 Lucas, George, GR 725511, 4456 Ninth Street N. W., Canton 113 Ludwig, Bobbie Jo, GR 71206, 226 Saratoga Avenue N. W., Canton 113, 168 McC1aughry, Mike, 1116 Miles Avenue S. W., Canton 113 McCullough, Sue, GR 77420, 1314 Miles Avenue S. W., Canton 113, 160, 170, 173 McGuire, Pat, TE 37669, 6915 Westwood, Navarre 11'1 Mneiomv, Sue, TE 37871, 714 Edgewood Avenue, Massillon 113, 161, 162, 165, 169, 174, 175 Mallet! lCole1, Pam, TE 37294, 109 Crcsentview Drive, Massillon 113, 131 Mani, John, GR 77078, 1125 Fairlane, Canton 113 Yvlanwaring, Howard, HU 43902, 5281 Riehville Drive, Canton 113 Marsh, Judy, GR 70256, 146 Westland Avenue North, Massillon 113 Marvin, Toni, GR 71930, 2501 Swiss Avenue S. W., Canton 80, 114, 185 Marzella, Dennis, GR 73906, 1328 Perry Road N. W., Canton 114 Masters, Sue, GR 75706, 717 Whipple Avenue S.W., Canton 55, 114, 170, 178, 179, 181, 220 Matheson, Alice, TE 251-33, 227 Rowtord Avenue S. W., Massillon 11-1, 170, 174 Mattern, Sanrly, TE 35266, 6200 Highton Street S. W.. Navarre 114, 160, 167, 174, 181 Manger, Marann, TE 21265, 623 Elrnford Avenue S.E., Massillon 114, 170. 178, 179 Maurer, Fred, CR 73189, 1107 Elwood Avenue S. W., Canton 111 Merryntan, Jack, TE 21342, 1101 Starflale Avenue, Massillon 49, 54, 96, 11-t, 176, 179, 186, 210 Meyer, Amiel, TR 95313, 4033 Erie Avenue S. W., Massillon 131 Milhoan, David, GR 75801, 216 Zern Avenue, Massillon 115, 158 Miller, James, GR 77870, 4614 Marcellus Avenue N. W., Canton 115, 177 Miller, Peggy, G11 73367, 205 Zern Avenue, Massillon 115, 169 Miller, Randall, CR 78379, 4634 Pleasant Hill Road, Canton 26, 1156 Miller, Tim, T1-1 22207, 3288 Persia Circle, Massillon 96, 115, 147, 176, 180, 210 Parks, Brian, GR 74770, 1711 Ambrose Avenue N. W., Canton 117 Milhorn, Alice, GR 76868, 4-138 Seventh Street WL, Canton 115, 170 Misklmen, Rita, TE 38325, 1440 Stardale Avenue, Massillon 115, 170, 180 Milvllfll, Charles, C11 72674, 236 Mohawk N. W., Canton 115 Morris, Kenneth, GR 75595. 2433 Carr Avenue S. YV., Canton 116, 210 Morris, Billiard, GR 70832, 346 Perry Drive N. Wh, Canton 116 Mortland, Richard, GB 74623, 222, Wrexham Avenue, Massillon 116 Moser, Tom, Gli 71884, 1427 Brooklyn S. W., Canton 116 Mottice, William, TE 27737, 311 Kolpwond N. E., Canton 116 Murray, Mareene, TE 36790, 501 Jackson Avenue N, E., Massillon 116, 160, 180 Nlusler, Tom, GR 71238, -1531 12th Street N. W., Canton 116 Newport, Gretchen, CR 75275, 165 Victoria Drive N. W., Canton 116, 170 Noble, Larry, TE 27909, 6101 Fairacres S. W., Carlton 117, 158 165 Palmer, Ann, GR 74819, 163 Fromm Avenue N. WL, Canton 117, 162, 164, 180 Phillips, Sharon, GR 75502, 811 Overdale Drive N. W., Canton 117, 190 Pnth, Linda, TE 29256, 3020 Meadow-wood Street, Massillon 56, 117, 171, 180, 191 Potts, Donald, GR 78238, 4895 Third Street N. W., Canton 117 Presson, Jim, GR 72254, 4-880 Third Street W., Canton 117 Preston, Gary, CB 75879, 4747 Navarre Road S. W., Canton 117 Preusser, Joe, CR 71030, 3711 Lincoln Way. Massillon 118, 176. 180, 195, 196, 199, 200, 202, 218 Pyles, William, GR 77693, 4567 17th Street N. W., Canton 178 Rajkovich, Nick, GR 70114, 4604 11th Street N. W., Canton 118, 179, 180 Randels, Sharon, GR 71351, 1156 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 118, Batliff, Kay, GL 58031, 4441 Faircrest Street, Canton 30, 118, 170, 177, 178, 187 Raymondi, Tom, GR 75264, 4424 Marcellus N. W., Canton 188 Ream, Kathy, GR 7-1360, 2215 Sippo Avenue, Canton 118, 166, 170, 174, 180 Reece, Richard, HU 42577, 4949 Whipple Avenue S. W., Canton 119 Reed, Charlynn, GR 7787, 222 Fairlane Avenue E, Massillon 119, 1 Reifsnyder, Vicki, GR 75097, 5039 Aurora Street, Canton 119, 170, 178 180, 167, 177, 183, 198, 187 70 Reisenberger, Jeanne, GR 73300, 1712 Springvalley Drive, Canton 119, 170, 171, 180 Rideout. Bob, TE 20978, 2027 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 55, 119, 176, 131, 202, 205 Rider, Kathy, GR 76169, 4707 Fourth Street N. W., Canton 119, 157 158 Ridgeway, Jerry, Gil 73826, 2388 Delaware Avenue S. W., Canton 119 Rinaldi, Carlos, GR 7-1107, 4875 14th Street S. W,, Canton 49, 64, 119, 176, 179, 180, 182, 183, 185 Rishcr, Bonnie, TE 29471, -1080 Gm-f1an.1 S. W., Navarre 120, 113, 170, 177, 17-l, 178 Robinson, David, GR 73305. 3718 Carolina Avenue N. Wh, Massillon 120, 180, 182, 183 Rogers, Karen, TE 29050, 6150 College Street, Navarre 120, 168, 178, 180 Rohrcr, Donna, GR 77055, 4537 12th Street N. W.. Canton 120, 160 iiomig, Juanita, GR 78075, 2646 Swiss Avenue S, W., Canton 120 linnk, Bonnie, GR 70805, 3726 Clark Street, Massillon 120, 170, 180 Roth. Joan, GR 70682, 110 Leonard Avenue N. Massillon 31, 120, 162, 165, 177, 174 Russell, Susan, GR 74395, 512 Zern Avenue E., Massillon 120, 170, 171, 175 Sauers, Ray 121 Schafer, Kenneth, G11 76858, -1731 13th Street N. W., Canton 121, 180 Schlarb, Curt, GR 73923, 711 Whipple Avenue S. W., Canton 55, 121, 144, 176. 210 Sehlaupitz, Walt, GR 74968, 1214 Elwood S. YV., Canton 121 Schmaltz, Rick, GR 76815, 1626 Dunkeilh Drive N, W., Canton 121, 158 Schmidt, Marilyn, TE 21345, 6460 Navarre Road S. W., Navarre 121, 170, 173, 177 Schneblen, David, GR 73351, 1522 Perry Road N. W., Canton 121, 177 Schrock, Linda, TE 39568, 108 Bowmont Road, Massillon 121 Sense, Robert, TE 35192, 3152 Rowmunt Drive, Massillon 121, 196 Sevier, Bill, GR 77873, 314 Westland N. E., Massillon 121, 196, 209 Seward, Larry, TE 39460, 3870 Harbrook Avenue, Navarre 26, 122, 177, 176, 179, 186, 196 Shaffer, Fred, GB 76078. 300 Genoa Avenue S. E., Massillon 122 Shane, Mike, GR 74671, 1157 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 122 Sheely, Sharon, GR 75640, 2295 Brooklyn Avenue S. W., Canton 122 Sheppard, David, TE 26739, 2604 Oakview Street N. E., Massillon 27, 122, 177, 176, 179, 180, 186 Sherman, Tom, GR 74311, 4541 13th Street N. W., Canton 122 Shively, Keith, TE 26111, 3137 Rowmont Road, Massillon 123, 154, 179 Shulok, Lily, TE 26869, 630 27th Street N. E., Massillon 56, 67, 90, 96, 123, 171, 176, 181, 191, 222 Sichler, Paula, GR 71263, 1226 Delverne S. W., Canton 123, 161, 162, 165 Siebcr, Gary, HU43931, 4330 Shepler Church Avenue, Canton 123, 160 Slain, Pat, GR 71953, 1561 Corrih Drive N. W., Canton 123 Smellzer, Stone, TE 25328, 3005 Marta S. E., Canton 123, 196, 209 Smith, Phyllis, GR 77573, 3751 Georgia Street North, Massillon Snyder, Virginia, TE 28588, 3008 Mearlowood N. W., Massillon 123, 174 Southworth, Saundra, GR 75245, 1333 Manor Avenue, Canton 124, 160, 174 Speelman, Cynthia, GR 72825, 1516 Dunkeith Drive N. W., Canton 124, 171, 174, 177, 1110, 184 Spivey, Bill, GB 71088, 5877 Birchdale Street, Canton 124 Sponseller, Charolotte, GR 78350, 4864- Southway Street S. W., Canton 124 Spraggs, Danny, HU 42190, 5085 Sherman Church Avenue, Canton 124 Stark, Sandra, GR 75448, 2344 Saratoga Avenue, Canton 124 Starkey, Gary, on 75484, 2491 Perry Drive s. W., Canton 124 Staudt, Carol, GR 74630, 5204 13th Street S. W., Canton 124, 180, 182, 183 Stevenson, Sandra, TE 35148, 217 Avis Avenue, Massillon 125 Stover, Shelby, GR 75804, 3827 Lincoln Way East, Massillo 125, 154, 160, 168 Stropki, Tom. TE 37617, 4125 Fairgrove S. W., Massillon 125 Studebaker, Bonnie, TE 21068, 1415 Stardale Avenue, Massillon 125, 168, 178, 180 Sturm, Judy, GR 73598, 4560 Seventh Street N. W., Canton 125 Summers, Linda, TE 28573, 3354- Hilton Place, Massillon 115 Temple, Connie, GR 75519, 4418 12th Street N. W., Canton 125, 168, 174, 180 Terrett, Susan, GR 74252, 3765 Mollanc Street N. E., Massillon 125, 172, 173, 175, 180 Tllfiflt, Juergen, GR 76925, 1319 Miles Avenue S. W.. Canton 126 Thomas, Marsha, GR 73311, 145 Woodlawn Avenue, Canton 84, 126, 162, 171, 177, 180, 183, 184 Tittle, Jim, TE 35304, 338 Gnau lioad, Massillon 126 Tomsho, Tom, GR 74607, 4927 Arbor Road, Canton 126 Ullom, Phyllis, GR 76571, 4882 15th Street S. W., Canton 126 Urban, Sharon. TE 38851 3531 Hilton Street N. E. Massillon 126 Valasek, Gary, GR 71207, 4518 17th Street N. W., Canton 126, 181 Veon, Doris, GR 73037, 1615 Whipple Avenue N. W., Canton 126, 166 Villarcl, Robert, TE 34907, 3032 Rowiord Road, Massillon 127 Vincent, Dave, GR 75542, 1534 Perry Drive, Canton 127 Wade, Susan, CR 71730, 4508 Third Street N. Wk, Canton 127, 160, 170, 173 Wallace, Linda, GR 72521, 1665 Dunkeith Drive N. W., Canton 127, 158, 168, 174 180 W'allick, Delbert, TE 22340, 4022 Riclnnont Avenue, Navarre 127 Walters, Chuck, GR 76176, 317 Westland Avenue North, Massillon 91, 127, 198 Waltz, Ron, TE 26858, 650 Wlashington Avenue S. E., Massillon 91, 127, 154, 180 187 Ward, Joyce, GR 77207, 2409 Whipple Road S. W., Canton 127 Warren, Carol, TE 28263, 6-164 Creston Drive, Canton 128 Waseity, Rosemary, HU 43859, 5185 Richville Drive S W., Navarre 128 Watkins, Dianne, GR 7-1986, 207 Genoa Avenue N. E., Massillon 128, 162, 168 Weaver, Cindy, GL 36690, 4015 Whipple Avenue S. W., Canton 128 Weeklev, Cheryl, GR 75036, 1438 Brooklyn S. W., Canton 128, 168 Weekley, Linda, TE 24145, 2029 Richville Drive, Massillon 128 Weidner, Randy, TE 23119, 630 Edgewood S. E., 1W1assi1lon 128, 155, 161, 162, 165, 196. 218 Weiser, Linda, B33-5938, 6092 Dodge Road, Canton 128, 160, 167, 174, 181 Westland, Paul, TE 22925, 205 Crcscentview S. W., Massillon White, Janet, TE 39832, 6277 College S. W., Navarre 129, 170, 171 Wiggins, Wile, Robert, TE 23726, 6210 Bosiord Street S. W., Navarre 129, 166 41, 56, 129 Cheryl, TE 33358, 4000 Stump Road S. Wh, Navarre Williamson, Joyce, GR 75820, 1413 Spring Valley Drive N. W.. Canton 129 173 Wisden, Gregory, GR 76039, 4823 17th Street N. W., Canton 129 Witmer, Madclyn, 481-3986, 4511 Eddie Avenue S. W., Massillon 129, 174 183, 185, 186, 187 Wilmer, Pat, 833-9066, 619 Buckwaltcr S. E., Massillon 26, 30, 129, 171, 177, 180 Witschy, Sandy, TE 25213, 1071 Marion N. E., Massillon 129, 168, 180, 186, 187 Wood, Larry, TE 39705, 321 Avis Avenue, Massillon 130, 180, 183 Wright, Ruth, GR 74375, 223 Bell Avenue, Massillon 130, 160. 167, 174, 177 Wright, Linda, GR 70738, 218 Highland Avenue South, Massillon 130, 158, 172, 175 Wncrtz, Jack, GR 70703. 228 Harding Avenue, Canton 53, 130, 181, 182 Zeno, Joanne, GR 7742-1, 4448 Fourth Street N. W., Canton 130, 181 Zimmerman, Helen, TE 29411, 2415 Southway, Massillon 130, 170 Index - juniors Abel. Jack, CR 70198, 1330 Miles Avenue S. W., Canton 69 Adams, Cristina, TE 32242, 4195 Fairgrove Avenue, Massillon 69, 166 Aebi, Tammy, GR 70008, 230 Cayuga Avenue, Canton 69, 173, 181 Aker, Cristine, GR 72104. 3727 Lincoln Way, Massillon 68, 69, 170, 171 Aleseseu, Bonnie, HU 43953, 3858 Shepler Church Avenue, Canton 69, 166, 170 Alexander, Phyllis, GR 75409, 4526 Ser-ond Street N. W., Canton 69, 174, 178 Allen, Gary, H11 73547, 4200 Sheplcr Church Avenue, Canton 69 Anderson, June, GR 70504, 2305 Brooklyn Avenue S. W., Canton 69, 162, 168, 180 Atkinson, Beverly, GR 74135, 5407 12th Street N. W., Canton 69, 160 Bailey, Janet, GR 71577, 313 Zern Avenue S. E., Massillon 69, 168 Bailey, Janice, GK 71577, 313 Zern Avenue S, E., Massillon 187 69, 158, 168, 174, 175 Ball, David, 210 Lonard Avenue S. E., Massillon 69 Bardnell, Ronald, GL 61436, 251 Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 69 Barnett, Elizabeth, TE 24209, 149 Crescentview Drive, Massillon Bartko, Grayclon, TE 21080, 3017 Bailey Street N. E., Massillon Baylor, June, GR 71023, 1324- Woodlawn N. W., Canton 69, 167 Beal, Diana, GR 70503, 750 Fairlane S. W., Canton 69, 158, 174, 175, 180 Beaver, Dennis, GR 76851, 1305 Ambrose N. W., Canton 69 Beck, James, GR 72543, 1102 Delvernc S. W., Canton 69, 180 Bednar, Jeff, GR 71234, 1711 Springvalley Drive, Canton 69, 155 Beebe, Kathleen, TE 29137, 198 Cresentview Drive, Massillon 69, 167, 170 69, 160 69, 155 Benzel, Pam, GR 750-16, 1551 Dunkieth Drive, Canton 70, 150, 174, 180, 184 Berger, Carol, GK 72679, 1529 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 70, 170, 181 Bergmann, Richard, GR 74234, 4963 Barrie Street N. W., Canton 70 Bctza, Pat, TE 21260, 130 Avis Avenue N. E., Massillon 70, 158, 170, 180, 187 Bixler, Tyke, TE 27663, 3045 Memlowwood Street N. W., Massillon 70, 162, 176 Blricllrbqgn, Karen, GR 77092, 223 Zern Avenue, Massillon 70, 154, 174. 175, 181, 8 , 2 Blank, Sandy, GR 76003. 815 Woodlawn Avenue N. W., Canton 70, 158, 181 Bohinsky, Judy, GR 72549, 1208 Manor S. W., Canton 70, 170, 180, 182, 183, 184 Bowling, Ken, CR 72555, 835 Genoa Avenue, Massillon 70 Brainos, Nick, GR 74077, 200 Westland South, Massillon 70 Brown, Karen. GR 74937. 201 Genoa Avenue S. W., Massillon 70, 158, 181 Brown, Sharon, 832-8058, 4099 Harbrook Avenue S. W., Navarre 70, 93, 168 Bruckner, Rodney, GR 75333, 238 Roxbury, Massillon 70 Brumbaugh, Russell, 484-1136, 4160 Mapleynn Street, Massillon 70, 158, 176 lliueher, Ray, HU 41134, 4871 Richville Drive, Canton 70, 176, 196 Burcl, Eva, TE 32528, 3550 Hilton Street N. E., Massillon 70 Burgess, Pat, 832-7656, 169 Rowmont Road, Massillon 70, 158, 170 Busby, Calvin, TE 39710, 420 Snively Avenue, Massillon 70 Byer, Virgil, TE 36152, 322 Lennox Avenue, Massillon 71 Byers, Donna, HU 43551, 4295 Sllepler Church Avenue, Canton 71, 162, 161 Calhoun, Catherine, TE 39436, 5960 Richville Drive, Canton 71, 162 Campbell. Jeffrey, GR 75830, 4927 14-th Street South, Canton 71, 209 Campbell, Richard, GR 72295, 220 Stewart Avenue N. E., Massillon 71 Cantrell, Jerry, HU 43502, 3966 Shepler Church Avenue, Canton 71 Capuano, Theresa, 832-7246, 1710 Jackson Avenue S. E., Massillon 71 Carns, Karen, HU 41218, 4919 Richville Drive S. W., Canton 71 Carson, Linda, GR 78237, 4111 Nave Road S. W., Canton 71 251 Carter, ltonniv-, CR 76046, 5704 liirezlulale Street S. W., Canton 71, 158 Caslinrfr, Nanny, GR 72520, 355 Saratoga Avenue N. W., Canton 71 Casto, Molly, TIC 28689, 6065 Higltton, Navarro 71, 158 Cliapzinzir, Mike, TI-I 39775, 2605 Oakvif-iv Drive, Massillon 71 Ciosir-11: zyk, Peter, G11 72079, 2555 llelawarn Av:-nun W., Canton 71, 158 Clark, Everett, HU 43245, 4016 S111-pler Church Avenue, Canton 71, 196 Close, Douglas, G11 74133, 702 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 71 Cllrislrrnson, Frtvirla, GR 755134, 12316 Dvlvr-rnfr W., Canton 71, 171 Cole, C Cooper, yntllia, Cli 76909, 211 Fllifluwn Avenue, Massillon 72, 181 Candise, TE 37710, 178 Crlesrzeritvivw S. E., Massillon 72, 180 Cooper, Tom, GR 74956, 5051 Aurora Street, Canton 72 Crowl, Clark, 11U 43973, 4111 liivllvilllz llrivu, Canton 72 Croy, Mary, HU 43866, 4595 Surmay Avenue W., Canton 72 Crum, Jurlitli, HU 411111, 4939 Rivltvillu Drive, Canton 72, 166, 171, 180 Daniel, William, GR 70058, 320 Fairlawn 5. E., Massillon 72 Davies, ,laequelinr-, TE 27036, 156 llowniont IC., Massillon 72, 158, 168, 171 Day, Michael, C11 75953, 4-157 17111 Street N, W., Canton 72, 195, 196 Dayton, Walter, CR 75781, 50? St:-wart Av11n111-, Massillon 72, 176, 202 Decker, Linda, CR 73012, 121 llrooklyn Avenue, Canton 72 Del.uca, Terr-su, TE 23365, 6363 lliglilon Strr-t, Navarro 72, 181, 182, 183, 184 DeWitt Ever:-tt, TE 29621, 500 Sundale Road N. E., Massillon 72, 155 Dickes, Kraig, GR 74915, 5077 lviontirvllo Street N. VV., Canton 72, 181 Doll, Tim, 4908 15t11 Street S. W., Canton 72, 209 llomrau, June, 833-3410, 909 27111 Slrvr-t S. E., Massillon 73 Downerd, Terry, GR 71181, 152 Miles Avenue N. W., Canton 73 Doyle, Russell, GH 71001, 202 Harding Avvenm-, Massillon 73, 209 Dunn, Mfayne, TE 26355, 2830 Connrevtittilt Avenue S. E., Massillon 711 Dutton, james, CR 72045, 1214 Fairlane Av1-n111- S. W., Canton 73 Dutton, Linda, GR 76072, 1602 Monloiigli Av:-nu:-, Canton 73, 170 Ecrement, Jill, GR 76692, 1511 Dunkeitli Drive N. W., Canton 73, 171, 181 Edgein, Terry, CR 75649, 4120 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 73 Elavsky, Terry, TE 24890, 547 27tl1 Street N. E., Massillon 73 English, Lynda, Cli 73681, 1428 llrookwooll Drive, Canton 73 Eplcy, Jacquelyu, TE 20643, 631 Wasllingglon, Massillon 73, 167 Ertle, Lynn, TE 26825, 168 Rowford S. E., Massillon 73, 185 Evans, Eyster, C111-ryl, GR 70015, 1445 Spring Valley Drive, Canton 73 Eddie, TE 28017, 7070 Navi: W., Massillon 73 Fair, Cindy, TE 27137, 135 Newport Nl. Massillon 73, 158, 180 Farrenkopf, Kathleen, TE 23973, 3278 Persia Circle, Massillon 74, 166, 170, 1 Fcllor, Robert, TE 34624, 6188 Keller S. W., Canton 711, 162 Ferrari, Charles, CR 70518, 1743 Whiplrle N. W., Canton 74 Fertal, Jeanne, TE 25361, 4013 Stump Avenue, Navarre 74, 170 Finnicum, James, TE 3423-1, 6450 Navarre S. W., Navarre 74- Fisltvr, 1'ris!'illa, GR 76134, 4530 Fifth Street N. W., Canton 71, 166, 185 Flagg, Beverly, GR 71524, 4427 Seventh Street N. W., Canton 74 F1aisig1 Edward, GR 76929, 503 North Genoa Avenue, Massillon 71 Flickinger, Elmer, GR 70409, 4200 Kendal Street, Canton 71 Fogle, Tom, GR 70551, 4927 15111 Street S. W., Canton 711 Fohl, Virginia, GR 72494, 4940 18th Street N. W., Canton 74, 160, 171, 187 Fonllriest, Paul, GL 38320, 5524 Fairvrest, Canton 74 laudia, TE 32566, 6588 Navarre Road, Navarre 68, 74, 84, 181, 182, 181, Fort, C Fowler, Dick, TE 23397, 173 Rowiord Avenue, Massillon 74 Fowler, Bob, TE 23897, 173 Rowford Avenue, Massillon 74 Fowler, Fowler, Donna GR 77547, 5022 Navarre Road, Navarre 74- Sandra, GR 77547, 4022 Navarre S. W., Navarre 74 87 Franklin, Sheila, 484-1184, 5627 F0111 S. W., Navarre 74 Frey, Wanda, GR 76902, 6006 Nave S. W., Canton 56, 75, 161, 162, 164, 179, 191 Fried ni Fryer, an, Mary, GR 72749, 4816 13th Street S. W., Canton 75 Bob, GR 72362, 4639 Marcellus, Canton 75, 174 Ftorck, Rosemary, G11 75174, 4635 Eighth Street N. W., Canton 75 Gallatin, Nancy, TE 23425, 1041 Jackson Avenue, Massillon 75, 166. 171, 1814 Garn, Vaughn, GR 76306, 4-705 17th Street N. W., Canton 75 187 165, 181, Gates, Linda, GR 76896, 4649 15th Street N. W., Canton 73, 75, 162, 166, 171, 173, 181 Gatcliell, Saundra, GR 70669, 1642 Spring Valley Drive, Canton 75, 154, 180 Geckler, Kenneth, GR 70078, 3730 Georgia Street, Massillon 75 Gentzler, Virginia, TE 26293, 2607 Sundalc, Massillon 75 Gerber, Gary, GR 74222, 182 Victoria N. W., Canton 75, 158 Gillian, Linda, GR 76489, 2313 Saratoga S. W., Canton 75, 171 Gisen, Charles, TE 37491, 750 Marion Avenue, Massillon 75, 162 Gondennugh, Dave, GR 75862, 4901 Fourth Street N. W., Canton 75, 155, 180, 181 Cordon, Eric, GR 73896, 1203 Manor Avenue, Canton 75 Gorham, Thomas, TE 355241, 3272 Persia Circle, Massillon 75, 176, 202 Grandel, Dave, TE 37944, 1440 Jackson Avenue, Massillon 75 Cray, Pam, 832-0506, 145 Rowford Avenue, Massillon 76, 86, 166, 168, 171, 187 Cray, Terry, 832-8197, 6255 Dodge Road S. W., Navarre 76 Griesen, John, GR 77316, 1621 Dunkeith Drive N. W., Canton 76 Griffith, Jim, GR 76132, 4450 Star Street N. W., Canton 76 Grimm, Kenneth, CR 76150, 1712 Dunkeith Drive N. W., Canton 76 Grovemiller, Larry, GR 74922, 4617 17th Street N. W., Canton 76 Gutheinz, Jerry, GR 71681, 237 Whipple Avenue, Canton 76 Hackett, Mona, TE 24407, 916 Marion Avenue N. E., Massillon 76, 154, 166, 181 Hadden, Judy, GR 72456, 503 Fairlawn S. E., Massillon 76, 168, 171, 1711 Hager, Bob, GR 76421, 170 Victoria, Canton 44, 76 Halen, Sally, TE 33825, 1974 Southway Street S. W., Massillon 76, 162, 164 Hall, Dorothy, GR 70673, 3742 Mollane N. E., Massillon 76, 158, 170, 174 Hall, Fred, 132 Elwood Avenue S. W., GR 74192, Canton 76 Hall, John, GR 74855, 3731 Mollane N. E., Massillon 68, 76, 176, 206, 210 Hall, Walter, HU 41649, 4667 Shermont, Massillon 76 Hallam, Carol, GR 77772, 4-9441 Yukon N, W., Canton 76, 168 Hallam, Jack, GR 77772, 4944- Yukon N. W'., Canton 76, 155 174, 182, 170 171. Hamblcton, Trudy, GR 75708, 4909 Second Street N. W., Canton 76, 162, 170, 172, 192 Harold, Kathleen, TE 29739, 167 Cresentview S. W., Massillon 77 252 llarsll, Nanny, G11 74060, 55567 Tabor F111-vt S. W., Canton 77, 166 Harsli, Neil, TE 516459, 530 1'fl1ml11:th Avenue, l14assillon 77, 196 11augl1, john, Cl. 695551, 11075 Fnirfwrz-st Stn-ot H. W., Canton 77 llayf-s, lim, TE 519301, 1015 l1:1rl1rook Avi-nuv, Navarre 77 111:11-1lan1l, Sharon, C11 701510, 726 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 77, 170 ll1'ln1i1-lt, jim, C11 75069, 4120 H1-1-ond Str:-1-t N. W., Canton 77 ll1-11111-rlian, Jim, T1-I 117576, 11.11. 4, Massillon 77, 196 111-11111-rson, C111-ryl, Cl! 74710, 4640 11th Strut-t N. W., Canton 77, 138 111-nsl1-y, David, CR 72827, 11957 Aurora Strom-t N, W., Canton 77 111-rslwy, Cristina, Cl! 74723, 49111 llarrive N. W., Canton 77, 158, 174 Hr-rslu-y, Cynthia, 832'00fl2, S1850 Erie Av1-nun W., Massillon 77, 162, 1611, 219 Hil1l1-l1ra1111, Craig, G11 71815, 327 lioxlnlry N. Ii., ltiassillon 77 llinr-s, Darlr-nv, G11 758111, 254 Un:-ida Avenue N. W., Canton 77, 181, 183, 181 llinr-14, ltarrf-I, GK 75813, 254 0111-ifla Avvnue, N. W., Canton 77, 182 llolunan, Carol, G11 74091, 11900 Soutl1way Street, Massillon 77 Holm:-s, l'a11l, G11 770915, 1100 1Clwoo1I Avenue S. W., Canton 711, 198 llolslio, Cn-gg, CR 75805, Il5l Manor Avvnufe S. W., Canton 78 lloovl, T11111, G14 75226, 'JUS W11o1Il11u 11 Av:-n11o N. W., Canton 711, 911 Hopkins, 1.ln1la, Oli 71291, S1112 Stewart Av1'n111- N. il., Massillon 78, 171 1lorn1-, Nanny, CIC 751285, 1522 Manor AV1-nuff N. W., Canton 78, 170 llosner, Frank, GK 74935, 4718 12th Street N. W., Canton 78, 176 1111y, l.i111la, 'Ill 39117, 6751 W1-slwoofl Stn-1-t, Massillon 711 lluglies, liill, TE 39896, 217 1"r1-man 'ivf-nun N. 1'I., Massillon 711 ll11n11:r, Gregg, G11 76166, 5209 Tyner N. W., Canton 78 lluntsmun, 1.151-, TE 28273, 4211 511111111 Avi-11110 S. W., Navarre 711 lluntsman, ltlargzirvl, G11 72001, 2812 Swiss Av1'n111- S. W., Canton 78, 170, 1711, 178 Irwin, 1.in1la, Gli 731150, 2666 Saratoga Avvnoe S. W., Canton 78 Irwin, '1'l1o1v111s, GR 71928, 1617 11tl1 Situ-t N. W,, Canton 78 11111-r, Cliurzk, T111 211135, 61173 ltieliville Drive, Massillon 78, 209 1211111-, Donna, CR 711914, 11217 lS11r1ln1-r 1Xv1-no1- S. W., Canton 78 lam-kson, 1'a11l, TE 517478, 225 Cn-sz-ntvir-w llrivz-, Massillon 78, 209 Jones, l.io4l:1, GR 721719, S502 1.1-onzml Av1'111111 N. E., Mas-.illon 79, 180 jones, lioy, Cli 70877, 44150 4111 Strwel N. W., Canton 79 J1.1111.1111, 11.-my, 'ra 251192, :1250 111,110.11 Street N. 1:., M111-11111111 79, 158, 170, 190 Jolinson, 111-1101-1-11, G11 71119, 1110 Xlanor Aw-111111 H. W., 11111111111 79, 173, 175, 181, 182, 183, 181 Johnson, Sandra, HU 441104, 4094 liiehvillo Drive W., Canton 79, 168, 181 J..1w111k1.1111t1,1.1.1-1.111111-, G11 711637, 193111 .111101 sn.-1-1 s. W., 1111111.11 79, 175 111.1111 1'ulti, 'rig 115111110 2307 1111111111111 111110. w111.11111111 79. 9:1 K1111.1.1, 111111, cn 71072, 2201 P11111 Drive s. W., 13111111111 79, 162, 1115 K1111111-1, suuy, 1111 413119, 11018 5111-111111 A11-11111-, 11111111111 79 K11111-1.111111111, 11111111, TE 115957, :ms 15111111 .111-11111. iz., v111s11111.11 79, 170, 1111 Kuspff, 5111111110 G11 72961, 4102 L111110111 way 13.111, 1111111111011 79 141111111, L1111111, C11 72501, 820 w..1.111111.1. A111-111111 N. W., 11111111111 187 Kienrlv, Nam-y, Clt 70651, 1121 Westf-111 Av1-n111- S. W., Canton 79, 181, 182, 184 Kilpatrick, Karen, Gli 71918, l2l1Mil1's 11v1'11111: W., Canton 79, 162 Kintlelhcrger, Pltillip, G11 72666, 2310 Mook Avlfnuc S. W., Canton King, Mary, Gil 75653, 211 Roxbury N. E., Canton 79 Kirlibrillc, Ginger, TE 26540, 2730 Mason Street, Massillon 80 Kirkpatrick, Nancy, TE 27971, 3156 Marla Street, Massillon 80, 168 Kirtley, Karen, IIU 111115, 4847 liiellvillcz Drive S. W., Canton 80, 160 Kleinhenz, Joyce, TE 24821, 41-64 Konmry Avenue, Navarre 80 Kleinhenz, Mike, TE 24821 4164- Kemary Avenue Navarre 80 Klcinllenz, Hicllarfl, TE 24821, 11464 Kvmary Avenue, Navarre 80 Kleinhenz, Thomas, TE 24821, 4464 Kemary Avenue, Navarre 80 Klcptach, Rosellen, GR 72925, 1117 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 80, 166, 170, 181 Kliek, Kathi, TE 20738, 4065 Grenwoed S. W., Massillon 42, 80, 158, 180, 190 Kling, Dale, TE 29078, 4000 Grenford S. W., Massillon 30, 196 Kosierowski, Anthony, CK 70632, 1116 Genoa llnacl South, Massillon 80 Kutcuia, Joseph, GK 73733, 1451 Saratoga Avenue 5. W., Canton 80 Kracker, Ronald, TE 22844, 4-440 Kcmary Avenue S. W., Massillon 80 Kuhn, Douglas, CR 72082, 5801 Nave Street S. W.. Canton 80, 149, 209 Kull, Lewis, GR 71519, 4646 Tuscarawas Street West, Canton 80, 158 Kuntzman, Robert, GR 75468, 1407 Wcsltirti Avenue S. W., Canton 80. 196 Kusner, Dun, GR 75692, 404 Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 48, 50, 80, 162, 181, 182 Lahr, Carol, GR 70254, 1979 15th Street S. W., Canton 80, 158, 173, 175, 180 Lapp, John, GR 72204, 4626 17t11 Street N. W., Canton 81 Lcahu, Pamela, GR 72709, 221 Highland, Massillon 81, 168, 174, 175, 187 Lewis, Dale, TE 27006, 6838 Westwood, Massillon 81, 176, 181, 187 Lewton, Tim, CR 711791, 130 Bell Avenue, Massillon 81, 207, 210 Lillick, Glenn, TE 23306, 12-1 Rowmont Road, Massillon 81, 206, 210 Lisicki, Edward, GK 70169, 11566 17th Street N. W., Canton 81 Lloyd, Diane, GR 75615, 4556 Third Street N. W., Canton 81, 171 Lloyd, John, 484-3860, 5475 Fairerest S. E., Canton 81, 180, 182, 183, 181 Loew, Tim, TE 20076, 6110 Bosford S. W., Navarre 31 Long. Janet, TE 33196, 4100 Harhrook Avenue, Navarre 81, 168 Loretto, Mike, TE 29755, 160 Elizabeth, Massillon 81 Loudin, Marilyn, GR 75434, 3814- Southway, Massillon 81, 170 Lyons, George, GR 73840, 5747 Birchdale, Canton 81 McAdams, Kay, GR 76104, 5084 Birchdale S. W., Canton 81, 161, 162, 165, 170 McArthur, Alan, GR 75355, 1814 Navada Avenue, Canton 81 MeBetl1, Janice, TE 26386, 227 Bernower, Massillon 82 McCartney, Doral, HU 42950, 4747 Allenwood Street S. W., Canton B2 MeC1aug11ry Patty, 1416 Miles S. W., Canton 82, 147, 173, 175 McCoy, Bill, GR 74366, 1625 Ambrose N. W., Canton 82 McCoy, Linda, TE 25714, 328 Gnau S. W., Massillon 82, 167 McGowan, Mary, GR 76094, 187 Oneida N. W., Canton 82, 181 McKinney, Richard, CH 76158, 900 Woodlawn, Canton 82, 176, 180, 184-, 196 McRohie, Peggy, CR 72536, 148 Delaware S. W., Canton 82, 170 Maier, Anita, GR 75219, 1225 Delverne S. W., Canton 82, 174 Maneilly, Bill, GR 75311, 4547 13t11 Street N. W., Canton 82 Mani. Harley, TE 25582, 6747 Klick, Massillon 82 Mansfield, Sandra, TE 25432, 6211 Highton S.W., Navarre B2, 181, 182, 1841 Marang, Robert, TE 25865, 4241 Eldridge, Massillon 82 Marcus, Pat, GR 771-22, 5023 Aurora Avenue, Canton 82 79, 158, 170, 5 Marsha ll, Paul, Glt 77930, 3215 ltusty S. W., Canton 82 Mattern, Beverly, Glt 71166, 5516 Adele N. W., Canton 82 Mailer, Dennis, C11 70182, 1226 Western S.W., Canton 82, 176 Manor, Lorraine, 'l'E 25489, 4710 Kr-mary, Massillon 82, 168, 181 lvlcclts, Janet, G11 70013, 1606 Ninth Strret N. W., Canton 82 fVl1:ret1ith, liill, G11 71997, 4618 16th Strvvt N. W., Canton 82, 180 Messvrly, Michael, 'l'1i 29932, 3422 Hilton N. 1-I., Massillon 83 Meyers, Sain, TE 157225, 213 Kolpwoorl, Massillon 83, 181 Moyers, lletty, TE 23638, 3117 Iiailz-y N. li., Massillon 83, 93, 166, Mey--rs ua.-lin . Sandy, Glt 76911, 1505 Woovllawn N. W., Canton 831, 102 , ltonziltl, llll 41009, 8980 Shr-pier ltoarl, Canton 83, 209 Miller, lievvrly. '1'1'1 23555, 62356 llitthvilltf S. XV.. Navarro 83, 168 Miller, Kathy, G11 73367, 205 fern Avcnllt: 5. lf., Canton 83 Miller, Ken, Glt 72701, 1114 llenmont Avenue E., Massillon 83 Miller, Tr-rry, Cli 78019. 1328 Genoa lioatl North, Massillon 83 170, 1715, 181 Moehcr, Linzla, C11 70168, 915 Woodlawn Avenue, Canton 83, 174 Molrtlor, Susan, G11 73979, 321 Unvirla Avvntttr, Carlton 83, 160 Molnltf, Cyntllizt, G11 71811, 4929 Aurora Street, Canton 83, 158, 170, 173, 181 Moore, Susan, 833-202, 3151 Wattovia Avenue, Massillon 83 Moorhv-ntl, l.inrlzt, 'l'lC 21161, 1520 Marion Avena:-, Massillon 83, 170, 173. 178, 180 Moss, l':ttri4'ia, TE 252132, 6390 lioslorrl Avenue, Navarro 81, 168, 174 Muster, 1.4-ln, GR 72219, l861 'tlontieello N. W., Canton 81, 151, 171, 181 Myers, Clioryl, Tli 95110, 8202 Navarre ltoatl, Massillon 84, 181, 182 Myers, Slteilzt, Glt 70695, 5028 Aurora Street, Canton 81, 160, 17I, 181 Neff, D4-anna, G11 76169, 4707 1-'ourth Street N. W., Canton 81, 173 Neil, Sharon, 'lili 2623, T551 Hilton Street N. li., Massillon 81 Netnly, Tonrla, TE 316783, 15367 Bailey ltoad N. E., Massillon 81, 166 Sepurzk, Mary, Gil 74288, 818 Lorke Merlin: South, Massillon 88, 168, 173 Sliallf-r, Cliff, Glt 76097, 165 nluna N. W., Canton 88, 155, 162, 161, 165, 176, 6 202 storm, Mary. on mms, :soo G.-.ma soon., i1tn.al1.m sa slow, Ion, cl: 71081, 310 oneatlu, cganmf. ax siwelm., ram, TE zum, 1722 sl..,f,,-...nl N. W., rtnssailfm ax, 162, 165, 166, 185 Sher-ly, mt, on 74610, 2293 llrooklyn rs. W., esnom an, lon sim.-r, inn.-es, el: 141311 5020'l2th siren s. W. Canton 50, 53, aa, 161, 162 165, 170, 173, 190 sl...1t,k, icltiamf, 'liz zoxoo, mo J..tft,..., N. tl., Mf.t.s1t.... 70, as, 111, 173, 181, im, los, 187 statin, Nil:-s, cu 12351, sou lla,,l.1u...1 s, ia., lximallon me ssmson, Larry, Gu 710145, 202 wcnnnti, Massillon as slutgn, M.-nylon, on 73705, 221 xiumn N. W., Canton 88 Slotlysko, Ha, Glt 714331, 4560 MMC,-11.14, tiannm aa small., ooo, ci: 75170, 5152 ifmi :sont s. W., Canton mx, 155, 196 smut., Slutryl, on 71059, 5156 onkvnfh s. W., canon as, 170, 17.1 sons, xnfvan, Glt 74219, 2:43 Ont-iflzt N. w., einnon asa, 155 Southworth, Barbara, GR 75245, 1333 Manor Avenue, Canton 89, 174 Newton, Kenny, TE 35572, 125 efmntvx.-W onvf-, inesaiifm in, 116, 202, 204, 205 Nirtkas, Linrliz, G11 70335, 1711 Corili N. YV., Canton 81, 158 Norris, ltonalrl, C11 71071, 130 Marsrlcn Avenue S. Vf., Carlton 81 Ualtvs, Frank, C11 75119, 4768 12th Street N. W., Canton 81 Unr-y, Donaltl, CR 70215, 3714 Tilman Street, Massillon 81 l'ar'1', Jay, Clt 75028, 1650 Eighth Street N. W., Canton 81 Panivria, Sandy, GR 76634, 248 Saratoga N. W., Canton 81 Parrish, Eugenia, Clt 76686, 402 Linway N. W., Canton 81 Parsons, liarhnra, TE 25742, 3062 llowforrl Av:-nov, Massillon 81, 166, 170, 186, 187 Pilog, Diariv, CR 70039, 1125 Perry Drive, Canton 48, 68. 85, 161, 162, 165, 171, 186 Phillips, ll:-tsy, CR 74667, 1230 Miles Avenue S. W., Canton 55, 85, 162, 164, 170, 181, 192, 220 Piper. Dale, C11 71227, 4711 12th Stn-et N. W., Canton 85 Plott, liiek, Clt 76213, 4510 Fourth Street W., Canton 85 Plunkett, Itieharrl, Glt 78251, 1211 Delvr-rne ,Xvrnuv W., Canton 85, 15.1, 179, 180, 185, 186 Pohovcy, Joan, 1111 111351, 1022 Slit-plvr .f1vonut', Canton 85, 171, 180, 185 Portl r, Sharon, GR 77658, 503 lslighlanll .Nvenuo lf., Canton 85, 166 Poth. Sue, Glt 77851, 1531 Miles Avenue: N. W., Canton 85, 93 l'r1-sion, lticharcl, GK 71676, 1133 Delvcrne S. W., Canton 81 1'riv'sI, Kathy, 'l'E 26993, 1045 Citallel N. E., Massillon 85, 170, 174, 181 Provost, Karen, TH 34317, 1920 Kenlary Avenue, Massillon 85, 167 Putt, Gerald, TE 21081, 6499 Navarre Road, Massillon 85, 155 Pyle, lietty, HU 13540, 4114 Shopler Church Avenue, Canton 85 Quinn, llavlll, 'IE 25866, 6166 lioslorrl Street, Massillon 85 liatlel, Jean, TE 33306, 123 Frctnan, Massillon 85 Ratnbaud, Peggy, GL 38336, 123 Frcman, Massillon 85 liunowsl-ty, Edwin, G11 74373, 303 Pershing, Massillon 85, 93, 155, 180 liecnv, Paul, HU 42577, 4919 Whipple Avvnur-, Canton 85 11eotl, lim, GR 72908, 3195 ltusty Avenue S. W., Canton 85 Reese, Susan, GR 71356, 1256 Fairlane, Canton 86, 174, 175 Reinhart, Robin, Tl-I 24031, 3165 Marta E., lilassillon 86, 168, 174, 187 licitcr, Sharon, GR 75114, 508 Harfllng: S. E., Massillon 86, 169, 171 Kenner, Jean, GR 75750, 911 Knollwootl, Canton 86, 166, 171, 181 Rennie, Carol, HU 43256, 4737 Surmay S. W., Carlton 86, 170 Kessler, Larry, GR 77523, 4621 Pleasant Hill Drive, Canton 86 Reynolds, LeRoy, TE 39666, 7291 Navarre S. W., Navarre 86 lieynolrls, Williani, TE 39666, 7291 Navrrc S. W., Navarre 86, 93 Ritltlle, Jean, 4-045 Whipple S. YV., Canton 86, 162, 170, 173, 175 Risher, Sandra, GH 71377, 5161 Graber W., Canton 86, 170, 174 Itolney, David, G11 74371, 3815 Mollano N. E., Massillon 86, 176, 202 lioliinson, Pat, GL 42384, 4938 Yukon N, W., Canton 86, 181 ltohrcr, Don, G11 77055, 1208 Sartoga S. W., Canton 86 Romeshurg, Linrla, GR 71656, 4636 Eighth N. W., Canton 86, 130. 158 Rosenberry, Bonnie, 832'8854, 3157 Wattova N. WL, Canton 86 Rosenberry, Connie, 832-3854, 3157 Wattova N. W., Canton 86 Rossctti, Francis, GR 77539, 331 Anna Avenue N. W., Canton 86, 170 Rossi, Ernest, GR 76990, 5550 Eoxforzl, Canton 86 Rubin, Joan, TE 26056, 3111 Wattova Drive N. E., Massillon 70, B6, 87, 170, 187 Russ, Charlanv, 832-8183, 710 North Marion Avenue, Massillon 87, 166, 171, 1 179, 181, 187 Russ, Sandra, GR 70225, 4071 Aurora Street, Canton 87, 167 Ryman, Daniel. GR 72453, 5342 Bruokwood N. W., Canton 87 Sahin, Greg, GR 73381, 1527 Mcnlough Avenue N. WL, Canton 87. 196 Sanderson, Jatnes, GR 77563, 5115 14th Street S. W., Canton 87 Santlmck, Betty, TE 26527, 3015 Crestview S. E., Massillon 87 Schalfner. Stephen, GR 74296, 4638, Fifth Street N. WL, Canton 87 Schfrath, Alice, GR 72091, 5959 Navarre Road, Canton 87, 170 Schmidt, Frank, HU 43128, 4370 Shepl:-r Church Avenue, Canton 87 Schultheis, Bob, CR 74078, 1438 Isler Circle, Canton 87, 209 Schumacher, Janet, CR 71941, 128 Locke E., Massillon 87, 170, 173, 180 Scofic-111, Nancy, GR 75587, 215 Edgewater Avenue, Canton 87 174 Scott, Marlin, CR 72493, 1312 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 68, 87, 162, 166, 176 Sears, Nancy, GR 74404, 241 Edcn Avenue North, Massillon 87 Selinsky, Warren, GR 74263, 1208 l-Ilwooul Avenue S. W., Canton 88 Sell, Paul, GR 71875, 1236 Saratoga, Canton 88, 162, 165, 166, 176 Selogy. Bob, TE 38480, 180 Elizabeth Drive S. W., Massillon 88 St-pack, Jean, Glt 71288, 818 Lo:-ke Avenue South, Massillon 88, 169, 173 176, 7-l, Sp:-nv:-r, Susan, C11 72611, 223 Whipple lloatl N. W., Canton 89, 151, 171 Spivey, Kay, 'l'l'i 28615, 6375 lioslorll S. XV., Navarro 89, 168 Spragguze, Williaru, 520 Stewart Avenue, Massillon 89 Stulller, ,liln, Gil 75545, 4607 Seventh Street W., Canton 89 Stark, lion, TE 29318, 309 Avis Avenue, Massillon 89 Starkey, '1'heo4lore, 4715 Filth Struct W., Canton 89, 158 Stzitlifl-r, Dawn. C11 70296, 49512 lltll Strom-t S. XV., Canton 89 Stvgtnan, Lyntla, C11 76944, 351 Pm-rry Drive N. W., Canton 89, 168, 171, 181 Steiner, Dale, G11 71417, 1615 Miles Avenue N. W., Canton 89 Stephen, Ruth, GR 74276, 320 Genoa Avenue South, Massillon 89 Stevens, 1'ztt, G11 71209, 1305 Whipple N. W., Canton 89, 175 Stevenson, Don, 11U -11289, 5088 lieth Avenue, Massillon 89 Stewart, Joyce, TE 23934, 311 Hinderer Avenue S. W., Massillon 89 Stiptzs, Kathleen, G11 735109, 329 llarrling Avenue S. lf., Massillon 89, 168 Storey, 12111, G11 71872, 5031 11th Str:-r't, Canton 89, 162, 165 Snrrnay, Milmlrrwl, HU 41280, 4797 l-'ohl Street, Canton 90, 92, 167, 174, 175, 180 Swartz, llave, GR 7-1777, 1150 Nlilcs Avenue S. W., Canton 90 Swift, lluth, 833-6867, 2525 Southway West, Massillon 90, 154, 174, 181 Szzisz, Steve, GR 71174, 125 Manor Avenue W., Canton 90 Talbott, Lynn, GR 77116, 177 Anna Avenue, Canton 90, 173, 174 Tanley, Helen, HU 43818, 4647 Sunray Avenue S.W., Canton 90 Tarmr-ll, Linzla, Glt 70115, 5124 14th Street S. W., Canton 90, 174, 180 Tartattllo, Nanry, G11 71147. 2660 Genoa XV., Massillon 90, 151, 162, 171, 181 Taylor, Elaine, GR 73331, 210 Loeke Avenue S. E., Massillon 86, 90, 159, 168. 174 Taylor, Tint, GR 72417, 4851 Barrie N. W., Canton 90, 162, 164, 165 Thompson, David, C11 75301, 4555 Eighth Street N. W., Canton 90 Thompson, Lula, Gli 75301, 4555 Eighth Street N. W., Canton 90 Thompson, Virgil, GR 71662, 1402 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 90, 155 Tissot, Cheryl, 832-2988, 3411 Sonthway, Massillon 90 Toth, Barbara, GR 76188, 153 Anna Avenue, Canton 90, 154 Triiulner, jill, GR 74463, 4870 14th Street S. W., Canton 90, 170, 173, 180 Turner, Dave, GR 74891, 721 Manor S. W., Canton 90, 196 Twigg, Karen, TE 39515, 3124 Bailey N. E., Massillon 90, 163, 171, 181 Urhan, Sandra, HU 43240, 4210 Shepler Church, Canton 90 Veitch, Karen, CR 74338, 3488 Leonard W., Canton 91 Vorshak, Sandy, GR 71085, 2444 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 91, 173 Walker, liobert, GR 71637, 4662 13th Street S. W., Canton 91 Wallenhurst. Davirl. GR 75728, 533 Genoa N. E., Massillon 91 Warrl, Dianv, TE 21258, 6155 Fairarres S, W,, Massillon 91 Weisend, Edwin, GR 70200, 313 Genoa North, Massillon 91 Welch, William, GR 70180, 1100 Miles S. W., Canton 91 Welchner, Marilyn, GR 72112, 1145 Fairlane S. W., Canton 91 Wiggins, Dan, TE 22887, 4050 Stump Avenue, Massillon 91 Williams, Pat, GRA 73248, 2633 Bonlncr S. W., Canton 91, 154, 173 Wilson, Larry, GR 72345, 615 Marguerite N. W., Canton 91 Wilson, Shirley, 4460 Shcplcr Church Road, Canton 91 Wilsuri, Woodrow, G11 70733, 333 Leonard, Massillon 91, 196, 209 Winters, Dane, TE 37006, 3517 Bailey, Massillon 91 Wolfe, Janice, GR 77675, 5030 Tioga N. W., Canton 91 Wuolbcrt. Conlon, TE 26161, 139 Rowlnont S. E., Massillon 91, 176, 201, 202, 205, 206 Wuske, Dennis, GR 76542, 3609 Caroline Street N. W., Canton 91 WYFUGY. James, GR 77016, 4935 Mcnlougliwootls Drive, Massillon Yeary, Dave, GR 74267, 129 Linway, Massillon 196 Ynfler, Tom, TE 29732, 2820 Floral Street, Massillon 92 Yolm, Linda. GR 76628, 1432 Borclner Avenue S. W., Canton 92 Zagan, Darlene, GR 76685. 1611 Dunkcith Drive N. W., Canton 92, 170, 173, 181 Zalae, Cynthia, GR 73763, 138 Miles Avenue N. W., Canton 92 Zimmerlnan, Erich, GR 75718, 4705 12th Street N. W., Canton 92 Index - Sophvmvres Acker, Alan, 8328198, 3114 Buckwalter Drive S. W., Massillon 39, 151 Adams, Ronna Lee, 425-4202, 4556 Sth Street N. W., Canton 39 Ake, Robert, t770155, 4648 Marcellus Street, Canton 39, 162 Albrecht, Richartl. CR 71803, 161 Marsden S. W., Carlton 39, 207 Aldridge, Earl, 4778218, 135 Marstlem S. W., Canton 39 Alcxanslcr, Larry, TE 38061, 711 Edgewood Avenue, Massillon 39 Alexander, Nancy, GR 75409, 4526 2nd Street N. W., Canton 39, 166 Allcn, Carol, 4841343, 4086 Maplclynn Street S. W., Canton 39, 174, 175 Anderson, Jerry, TE 27203, 127 Avis Avenue, Massillon 39 Anderson, Stanley, 4775208, 148 Anna N. W., Canton 39 Atlriottn, Craric, GR 71675, 1302 Delverne S, W., Canton 39, 166, 174, 181, 185, 192 Angus, Lanny, 4778382, 5061 Nave Road, Navarre 39 Annis, Linda, GR 75890, 4550 13th Street N. W., Canton 39, 166, 168, 185 Anthony, Janis, 4770075, 339 Anna Avenue. Canton 39 Archihalcl, Roger, G11 70130, 5511 12th Street N. W,, Canton 39. 176, 196 Arntz. Francis, CR 76092, 1014- Ove-rflale N. W., Canton 39 253 Arntz, Vicki, GR 76092, 101-l Overdale N. W'., Canton 39, 166, 174, 180, 185 Baehtel, Barbara, TE 33796, 3193 Rowmont, Massillon 39, 166, 180 Bachtel, Kenneth, GR 74035, 1111 South Genoa Road, Massillon 39 Baker, Lee, GR 77382, 2620 Perry Drive, Canton 39 Ball, Barbara, TE 22736, 118 Rowtnont Road, Massillon 39, 173 Banor, Marvin, GR 71732, 4938413th Street S. W. Canton 39 Barkley, Marsha, TE 20595, R.D. 9444, Massillon 39 Bartko, Debbie, TE 21080, 3017 Bailey N. E., Massillon 39, 173 Bartrug, Paul, GR 75341, 2540 Saratoga S. W., Canton 110 Bauer, Linda, GR 71208, 4823 Arbor Street S. W., Canton 166, 173 Bauman, Judy, CR 73819, 140 Wlestland E., Massillon Beck, William, GR 76115, 155 Bordner Avenue S. W., Canton Beitzel, Cheryl, TE 25344, 219 Lennox N. E., Massillon Bender, Becky, TE 24-540, 4034 Harbrook Avenue S. W., Navarre 40 Benzel, Cindy, GR 75046, 1551 Dunkeith Drive N. W., Canton 40, 145, 173, 181 Bergmann, Marcia, 4-774234, 4963 Barrie Street N. WH, Canton 40, 166 Berry, Eric, GR 77702, R.D. 44, Massillon 40, 162 Bcrstler, Sherri, GR 72214, 4610 Fourth Street, Canton 40, 162, 168, 180 Best, Robert, 4772857, 1438 Brookwood Drive N. W., Canton 40, 209 Bethune, Ruth, GR 75022, 135 Harding Avenue S. E., Massillon 40, 158 Beuchat, Gary, GR 73072, 324 Adele Avenue N. W., Canton 40, 209 Blaekledge, James, HU 41042, 4575 Riehville Drive, Navarre 40 Blackmer, Gary, TE 25964, 6410 Highton Street S. W., Massillon 40, 207 Blood, Douglas, 4772327, 4730 Navarre Road, Canton 40, 93 Bloom, Janis, TE 39010, 134 Elmford Avenue S. W., Massillon 41, 168 Blount, Ernie, TE 29730, 6525 Navarre Road, Massillon 41, 162, 166 Bodo, David, GR 74843, 1423 Burdner S. W., Canton 41 Bolitho, Jody, TE 2-1859, 717 Charitlon Avenue, Massillon 4-1, 162, 166, 209 Bolster, William, GR 71-184, 1506 Fairlane S. W., Canton 41, 166 Bowen, Linda, GR 70412, 5701 12th Street, Canton 41, 174 Bracken, James, GR 70153, 811 Miles Avenue N. W., Canton 41, 162, 176, 185, 207 Brand, Carolyn, TE 23850,.2825 Southway S. WY, Massillon 41, 168, 174 Brelish, Gary, GR 71877, 1512 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 41, 209 Brewer, Carl, GR 75559, 1452 Fairlane S. W., Canton 41 Bruey, Richard, GR 71237, 4540 12th Street, Canton 111, 198, 207 Brumbaugh, Russel, HU 41136, 4-160 Maplelynn Street S. W., Canton 41, 176 Bryan, Beverly, GR 77492, 4745 Navarre Road S. W., Canton 41 Buchanan, Carol, GR 71628, 707 Whipple Road N. W.. Canton 41, 158 Bullock, Eddie, HU 43234, 5521 Richville Drive, Navarre 41, 198 Bungard, Gregg, TE 35989, 3194 Rowmont S. W., Massillon 42 Bungard, Jill, TE 35989, 3194 Rowtnont S. W.. Massillon 42, 162 Burkholder, Vicki, GR 72595, 4730-13th Street N. WI, Canton 42, 168 Burns, Cheryl, TE 28312, 614 Washington S. W., Massillon 42 Calhoun, Michael, TE 23056, 4060 Groveland S. W., Navarre 42 Cantrell, Michele, HU 13502, 3966 Shepler Avenue, Canton 42, 173 Cams, John, HU 41218, 4919 Richville Drive, Canton 42 Carroll, Beverly, GR 75392, 4-128 Fourth Street W., Canton 42 Cashner, Linda, GR 72529, 355 Saratoga N. W., Canton 42, 174 Chiples, John, 8332764, 2929 Chippendale N. W., Massillon 42 Clark, Frank, TE 27311, 2-15 Elmforzl, Massillon 42 Clark, Cary, GR 72526, 1030 Denmont, Massillon 42 Coblentz, Esther, 4773185, 4952 Monticello N. W., Canton 42 196, Cochran, Ellen, GR 76927, 314 Zern Avenue, Massillon 38, 42, 168, 171, 174, 181, 18 Conley, Dennis, TE 34703, 227 Elmford Avenue S. E., Massillon 42, 198 Cooper, Arden, TE 37710, 178 Cresentvicw Drive, -Massillon 42, 176, 207 Cornell, Cynthia, 2830 Connecticut Avenue 42 Cosentino, Theresa, GR 71919, 187 Saratoga N. W., Canton 43, 173, 181, 182 Creter, Larry, TE 21736, 3165 Buckwalter Drive S, E., Massillon 43, 154 Crosby, William, GR 72373, 4855 Aurora Street, Canton 43 Crum, Pam, HU 41141, 4939 Richville Drive, Massillon 43, 162, 164, 168, 174- Curzan, Carol, 4777949, 4647 Fifth Street N. W., Canton 43, 162 Dambrowski, John, HU 43858, 4627 Shepler Church, Navarre 43, 181, 182 Dambrowski, Michael, HU 43858, 4627 Shepler Church, Navarre 4-3 Daniels, Danielle, CR 70051, 221 Pershing Avenue, Massillon 43 Dannemiller, Wlilliam, GR 74670, 1724 Spring Valley Drive N. W., Canton 43 Daugherty, Michael, 4774051, 1408 Manor, Canton 43 David, Linda, TE 35764, 3257 Rayanna Street, Massillon 43, 145, 167, 187 Davis, Richard, TE 25122, 6445 Highton, Navarre 43 Dean, Roy, CR 70657, 4969-14th Street S. W., Canton 43, 209 Do Angelis, Anthony, GR 75870, 210 Zern Avenue, Massillon 43 De Angelis, Elaine, GR 75870, 210 Zern Avenue, Massillon Deeser, Dennis, GR 70220, 3815 1-lazlebrook 113 Dennison, Pat, GR 70333, 4923 Barrie Street N. W., Canton 44, 161, 162, 165, 174, 180 De Orin, Joe, GR 72255, 1156 Elwood S. W'., Canton 44 De Paris, Margo, GR 77058, 3366 Krisher, Canton 44, 158, 174, 190 De Stephen, Richard, TE 39489, 6400 Navarre Road, Navarre 44 Digman, Kenneth, 4773349, 1123 Miles Avenue, Canton 44 Doll, Tim, GR 73555, 4908-15th Street S. W., Canton 44, 209 Dumer, Sandra, TE 28303, 3900 Richmont Avenue S. YV., Navarre 44 Donaldson, Martin, GR 70718, 147 Victoria Avenue N. W., Canton 44 Donato, Tom, GR 70293, 1326 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 44, 207 Donavan, Robert, 4772624, 4904- Third Street N. W., Canton 44 Downs, Dennis, GR 71181, 125 Harding Avenue, Massillon 44 171, Dudek, Larry, TE 26015, 3430 Southway Street, Massillon 44, 162, 165, 166, 176 185, 207 Dunbar, Darlene, GR 74072, 2201 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 44 Dutton, Alan, 4776072, 1602 Menlough Avenue N. W., Canton 44 254 5 Earley, Carol, GR 77288, 126 Woodlawn, Canton 41 Eherhartlt, Kny, CR 71136, -1919 Barrie Street N. W., Cntnn '14, 166 Edgar, Marsha, GR 76331, 4627 Pleasant Hill Drive, Carlton 41, 181, 182, 185 Edwards, Tom, GR 70685, 326 Zern Avenue, Massillon 44, 198 Ellis, Carol, HU 41043, 5011 Sherman Church Avenue, Canton 45, 166 Ellyson, Herman, GR 72503, 3165 Genoa Avenue S. W., Massillon 45 Engelharrlt, Jill, GR 7443-1, 5100-12th Street N. W., Canton 45, 174 Farrar, Deborah, GR 70712, 5222,13th Street S. W.. Canton 45, 168, 174, 181 Ferguson, Janet, GR 73379, 1103 Fairlane S. XY., Canton 45, 166, 173, 175, 1 18.3 Ferris. Cheryl, GR 77706, 12598 lilwoorl S. YV., Canton 45, 166, 17-1 Fisher, David, GR 7-1218, 5065-11th Street W., Canton 45, 196, 207 Flickinger, Marjorie, GR 70409, 11200 Kendal Street 45 Fonrlriest, David, 4843232, 5521 1"airt'rest, Canton 45 Forkuni, Melody, TE 33007, 3844 Greenfortl S. W., Massillon 45 Forrest, Robert, GR 76322, 1602 Dunkieth Drive N. W., Canton 45 Fox, Evan, TE 21106, 1818 Sllerwootl Avenue N. YV., Massillon 45, 155 Frank, Kay, GR 74256, 1538 Perry Drive N. W., Canton 45 Frigley, Kita, GR 71097, 5605 Baycrest Street S. W., Canton 45 Gallagher, Keith, GR 7581-1, 810 Miles Avenue N. YV., Canton 45 Garbe, Heidr, GR 75992, 455 Third Street N. W., Canton 45 Garnett, Edwin, GR 76126, 210 Stewart Avenue, Massillon 45, 198 Gerber, Rick, GR 74122, 182 Victoria Drive, Canton 46 Getz, Itlielmel, GR 77010, 2515 Swiss Avenue, Canton 116 Gibson, Nlirhuel, GR 72950, 4702 Pleasant Hills Drive, Massillon 46, 198 Gilhfrt, Lynne, GR 70050, 314 Linway N. E., Massillon 46, 162, 174 Girnud, Walter, GR 76913, 1607 Pleasant 11ills Road, Massillon 46, 209 Glazer, Richard, 2626 Saratoga S. W., Canton 46 Gordon, Bruce, GR 71173, 1655 Miles Avenue N. WL, Canton 416 Gray, Charles, HU 43556, 4130 Shepler Church Avenue, Canton 46 Greenshield, Betti, TE 25966, 4112 Fairgirove Avenue, Navarre 46, 173, 180 Greenwnlt, Susan, TE 24660, 2620 Onkview Street N. E., Massillon 46 Griffin, lilary, 4774219, 558 lilontrose, Massillon -16, 162, 161 Gutheinz, David, GR 71681, 237 Whipple Road N. YY., Canton 116 Hacldox, Doris, Glt 761150, 5017 Barrio Street, Canton 46 Hair, Elizabeth, CR 7016-1, 4161 Navarre Road, Canton 46, 158, 185 Halter, Anne, GR 72571, 1503 Manor N. W., Canton 46, 173 Halter, Susanne, GR 75769, 1256 Elwood S. W., Canton 47, 174 Hamhleton, Roger, 4774193, 4704 Seventh Street N. W.. Canton 47 Harry, Sandra, CR 76303, 226 Stewart, Massillon 47, 173 Harsh, Rodney, TE 36459, 530 Elizabeth Avenue S. E., Massillon 47 Hasselquist, Linlla, GR 71107, 1525 Ambrose Avenue N. W., Canton 47 Hayes, Barbara, GR 72087, 1344 Dunkeitli Drive, Canton 47 Hedrick, Judy, 8332719, 6330 Dodge Road S. W., Massillon 47 Heintzelrnan, Joann, TE 35980, 2822 Lincoln Way East, Massillon 47, 185 Henning, Cheryl, GR 74747, 1500 Perry Drive N. W., Canton 47, 161, 162, 165, 173, 185 Henning, Tom, GR 74207, 176 Saratoga, Canton 47, 209 Hensley, Karen, GR 74369, 218 Ambrose Avenue, Canton 47, 173 Hershberger, Terry, TE 38228, 205 Lennox N. E., Massillon 47 Hesson, Nick, GR 71167, 4973 Second Street N. W., Canton 47 Hickel, Ron, GR 72305, 4931-18th Street S. W., Canton 47 Hinrlerer, Cherie, GR 74-625, 125 Highland Street, Massillon 47, 158, 175, 185 Huffman, Ron, GR 71158, 752 Ds-lverne SW., Canton 218, 40, 155, 162, 161, 165, 176, 179, 193 Hope, Dennis, GR 74779, 4552 Tioga Street N. W., Canton 4B Howe, Richard, TE 26944, 425-27th Street N. E., Massillon 48, 19B Howell, Richard, GR 75449, 309 Eairlawn, Massillon 48, 155 Hubbard, Barbara, GR 74725, 120 lilt. Marie Dr.. Canton 48. 185 Hughes, Cheryl, 8322B05, 2628 Sundale Road N. E., Massillon 48, 183 Hurless, Patty, GR 74047, 4721-16th Street N. W., Canton 48, 158, 168 Hyde, Brenda, GR 75262, 4615 Navarre Road S. W., Canton 48 lrwin, Terry, GR 71928, 4617-11tli Street N. W., Canton 48, 162, 164, 176, 196, 207 Jannelli, Danny, GR 70410, 4814-14th Street S. W., Canton 48 Jarrell, Gary, GR 70259, 4530 Marcellus, Canton 48 Jeffries, Don, GR 76618, 527 Windemere N. E., Massillon 48 Jeffries, Ronald, GR 76618, 527 Windemere N. E., Massillon 48 Jepson, Lisbeth, GR 72586, 308 Highland S. E., Massillon 168, 174 Jialanclla, Margaret, 484-1121, 4501 Edrlie Avenue S. W., Canton 49, 171 Jones, Peggy, GR 70339, 1426 Isler Circle N. W., Canton 49, 158 Jones, William, GR 70103, 4456-17th Street N. W., Canton 49 Kamhriek, Clark, GR 71648, 4844 Lynncrest S. W. 49 Karolyi, Gary, GL 50887, 5744 Drenta Circle, Canton 49 Kate, Nancy, CR 71453, 1256 Delverne S. W., Canton 49, 162, 174, 181, 191 Kaylor, Jeff, GR 76129, 156 Woodlawn Avenue N. W., Canton 49, 176, 187, 198, 209 Keller, David, TE 33787, 2226 Richville Drive S. W., Massillon 49, 176 Keller, Lee, TE 24075, 6451 Navarre Road, Navarre 49 Kent, John, HU 41007, 4777 Allenwood Street, Canton 49 Kessler, James, GR 70341, 170 Saratoga Avenue N. W., Canton 49, 198, 209 Kieffer, Bernie, 133 Brooklyn S. W., Canton 49 Kisela, Mike, GR 74639, 2467 Swiss Avenue, Canton 50 Kistler, Jim, GR 70519, 4424--17th Street N. W., Canton -49 Kilper, Bonita, TE 25967, 3900 Groveland Avenue, Massillon 50 Kines, Doug, GR 72176, 703 Miles Avenue, Canton 50 Kleinhenz, James, TE 28134, 4510 Kemary Avenue S. W., Navarre 50 Knopp, David, TE 26798, 210 Lennox, Massillon 50 Knox, Judy, GR 76197, 1919 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 50 Kornish, Joe, HU 42594, 5005 Fohl Street S. W., Canton 50, 185 Kntemn, Marcia, 4773733, 1451 Saratoga S. W., Canton 50, 168 Kramer, Linda, HU 42041, 4746 Beth Avenue S. W., Canton 50, 174- - Krall, Yvaync, HU 41206, 4747 Surruay Avenue S, W., Canton 50, 158, 176, 186 201. 202 Kropf, Sharon, HU 13233, 3963 Sllnulcr Avenue, Canton 50, 161, 162, 164, 165, 173, 180 Krumm, Meredith, GR 71224, 4-634-12th Street N. W-, Canton 50 Kull. Joel, GR 77340, 4848-15th Street, Canton 50 Laird, Gregory, 832889, 6123 Creston Road S. W., Canton 50 Laird, Terry, GR 75598, 4735-15111 Street N. W., Canton 50 Lamielle, Russell, TE 22348, 3006 Bailey Street, Massillon 50 Landis, Bruce, GR 70734, 4845 YV. Tusc., Canton 50, 185 Lantz, Doris, TE 28029, 3321 Meadowwood Strcct, Massillon 50 Laps, Jill, GR 15801, 115 ruirlawn Avenue, Massillon so, 160, 174, 131 Lashinskc, Sandi, GR 73890, 1302 Saratoga S. W., Canton 51 Lantenschleger, Robert, GR 71361, 1408 Fairland Avenue, Canton 51 l.azor, Barb, GR 73495, 1310 Brooklyn, Canton 51, 166, 174, 175, 179, 181, 185 Leavens, Mike, GR 75939, 15-18 Dunkicth Drive, Canton S1 Lee, Max, GR 70312, 6016 Longview S. W., Massillon 51, 185 Liber, Debby, GR 70624, 1121 Manor S. WV., Canton 51 lleoytl, Charles, CR 76023, 5030-12th Street N. W., Canton 51, 198 Lloyd, Rick, GR 74216, 4-510-11th Street N. W., Canton si Long, Marsha, HU 43963, 4949 F0111 Street S. W., Canton 51, 162, 164, 168, 174 175 Lorrg, Michael, TE 33425, 1944 Sottthway Street, Massillon 51 Long, William, TE 34349, 4099 Groveland, Massillon 51 Longsworth, Glenna, TE 38824, 3407 Meadowwood N. W., Masillon 51 Lowe, Bonnie, GR 74437, 300 Pershing Avenue N. W., Massillon 51 McBride, Anita, GR 72155, 4453 Second Street N. W., Canton 51, 174, 181 McCartney. Constance, HU 42950, 4747 Allenwood Street S. W., Canton 51 McClain, Tom, GR 77097, 201 Locke Avenue S. E., Massillon 51, 176, 196, 207 McClintock, Don, 4-772585, 4945-14lll Street S. W., Clinton 52, 162, 165 McCoy, Cheryl, 4770377, 1169 lflcar W., Canton 52, 168 lXlcCuskey, Thomaa, TE 26361, 3003'12th Street N. W., Massillon 52 Mclfarren, Chuck, GR 71016, 157 Fronm N.W., Canton 52, 158 McGill, Stacy, TE 37630, 118 Star Cirrle, Massillon 52, 158, 1711, 175 McKnight, Edward, 8322104, 3105 Wmmva N. tv., itiassillon 52 1ticLwf1, Jenny, 471559, 330 victoria Avenue N. W., Canton 52, 158, 173 Malone, Pat, 4773516, 4721-14th Street N. XV., Canton 52 Maney, Patrick, GR 72865, 1911 Soehnlen Drive S .W., Canton 52 ltlanques, David, GR 71479, 1424 Fairlanrl S. W,, Canton 52 Mansfield, Leah, TE 25432, 6211 Highton, Navarre 52, 154, 180 Marra, Beverly, GR 76583, 1328 Manor S. W., Canton 52 Marsfelfler, Mary, 4771976, 1251 Manor S. W., Canton 52 Martin, Linda, TE 24809, 7790 Forest S. E., Navarre 52, 166, 163, 173 Mazzarclla, Mike 52 ltlctzger, Gladys, GR 73697, 139 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 52 Miclay, Norm, TE 33565, 737 Charldon Avenue, Massillon ftlichl, Carolyn, 8326830, 2938 Chippendale, Massillon 53 Miner, David, TE 21810, 141 Ingall Avenue, Massillon ss, iss Miller, Richard, 4778379, 4634- Pleasant Hill Road, Canton 53, 154 Miller, Roy, 4773518, soo 1-'airlawn s. E., Massillon ss, 155, 162, 181 Mocher, Sandra, CR 70618. 915 Woodlawn. Canton 53, 174 Moorc, lark 53 Morris, Russ, CR 71981, 1429 Elwood S. W., Canton 53 Mntticc, Gary, TE 27737, 311 Kolpwood, Massillon 53 Muelilhcim, Sandy, GR 76020, 6013-12th Street N. W., Canton 53 Muntean, Richard, GR 70104, 2610 Saratoga S. W., Canton 53 Murray, Dan, 4773326, 741 Manor Avenue S. W., Canton 53, 209 Nelson, James, GR 73161, 303 Saratoga, Canton 53, 162, 166, 196, 207 Nesbitt, Kathy, GR 72289, 4518 Marcellus, Canton 53, 173 Nesselrorle, Carl, GR 78359, 2335 Perry Drive S. W., Canton 53, 162 Obcrmeyer, Ed, 477B227, 4557-17th Street N. W., Canton 53 Obermiller, Frederic, GR 74896, 225 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 53, 158 Oswalt, Kathy, GR 75369. 349 Saratoga Avenue N. W., Canton 53 Palandrani, loo, TE 22250, 148 Marion N. E., Massillon 53, 185, 198, 209 Parcell, Dan, GR 74425, 4644-16th Street, Canton 54, 193, 209 Parker, Melvin, GR 74322, 212 Harding S. E., Massillon 54, 196, 207 Parks, John, 3338 Lincoln W'ay E., Massillon 51- Parrott, Herman, HU 41333, 5878 Faircrest S. W., Canton 54, 183 Pascu, Danny, HU 42098, 4292 Sheplcr Church Road S. W., Canton 54 Patterson, Kathy, TE 38611, 457 Ingall N. E., Massillon 54, 173, 175 Patterson, Rick, CR 72140. 4-751-14tli Struct, Canton 54 Patterson, Randy, GR 72140, 4751-14th Street, Canton 54 v Rex, Deborah, TE 23208, 187 Rowford Avenue, Massillon 55, 168, 174, 181, 185 Riddle, Robert, 4045 Whipple S. W., Canton 55 Ritlgway, Roy, GR 73826, 2388 Delaware Avenue S. W., Canton 55 Riegler, Torn, GR 77151, 1501 Corrib, Canton 55 Riley, Becky, TE 29242, 2111 Parkland Avenue, Massillon 55 Rinaldi, Toni, GR 73339, 2511 Negley Avenue S. W., Canton 55, 166, 17-1 Robbins, Charles, CR 76186, 1241 Saratoga, Canton 55, 194, 209 Roberts, Margie, 414-8'16tli Street N. W., Canton 55, 174 Robincttc, Alice, TE 27152, 6411 Navarre Road S. W., Navarre 55 Robinson, Bruce, 3718 Carolina N. W., Canton 55, 180 liobish, Nancy, GR 71451, 1109 Fairlane S. W., Canton 56, 154, 162, 164, 180, 185 Romig, Frieda, 254-6 Swiss Road S. W., Canton 56 Rumigh, Susan, 401 Ingall N. E., Massillon 56, 166 Ronald, Paul, 123 Avis Avenue, Massillon 56, 185 Ross, Barbara, 4778320, 300 Wrexham S. E., Massillon 56 Ross, John, GR 77501, 129 Woodlawn Avenue N. W., Canton 56 Roth, Cheryl, 4776695, 1244 Western Avenue S. W,, Canton 56, 150 Russ, Cliarissc, 8320689. 710 Marion Avenue. North Mzissilltxn 38, 56, 173, 179 Sammct, William, GR 74760, 1220 Elwood, Canton 56 Saylor, Margaret, 207 Highland Avenue, Massillon 56, 166, 174 Sclinebelen. Linda, GR 73351, 1522 Perry Drive N. W., Canton 56 Schultheis, Rebecca, GR 74078, 1438 Isler Circle, Canton 56 Schuster, Pam, GR 75872, 4656'13th Street N. W., Canton 56 Scourficlli, John, TE 29570, 228 Rowford, Massillon 56 Seal, Bob, GR 70529, 4851-14th Slrcct S. WI, Canton 56, 179, 185 Scybert, Sherry, 4775715, 1239 Miles S. W., Canton 56, 88, 166 Shulok, Joseph, TE 26869, 630-27th Street N. E., Massillon 57, 1Bl, 182, 184 Sible, Johnny, GR 72086, 1503 Fairlane Avenue S. W., Canton 57, 155 Simmons, Carolyn, TE 27023, 4939 Kemary Avenue, Navarre 57, 162 Skein, Darlene, CR 72262, 211 Oneida Avenue N. W., Canton 57, 168 Slaggy, Jim, 4773705, 224- Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 57 Slusser, Gnylv, GR 74138, 209 Leonard Avenue, Massillon 57, 166 Smeltzrrr, Tim, TE 25328, 3005 Marta Avenue, Massillon 57, 155, 198, 209 Spencer, Sliarotn, TE 25435, 4222 Westmont Avenue S. E., Massillon 57 Stark, Anita, 4775448, 23-14 Saratoga S. W., Canton 57 Starzynski, Michael, HU 43501, 5252 Richvillc Drive S. W., Massillon 57 Starzynski, Theresa, HU 43501, 5252 Richville Drive S. W., Massillon 57, 168, 174 Steen, Pamela, GR 74050, 1563 Dunkieth Drive N. W., Canton 57, 158, 168 Steiner, Joseph, TE 29071, 7066 Nave, Massillon 57 Stevens, Ronnie, GR 76840, 1831 Nevada Avenue S. W., Canton 57 Stevenson, Donald, HU 41289, 5088 Beth Avenue, Canton 57 Stoehr, Beth, GR 7721-ll, 317 Wrexham. Massillon 57 Storz, Linda, TE 38345, 424 Jackson Avenue, Massillon 57 Stratton, Jean, CR 70320, 309 Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 57 Stratton, Joan, 309 Manor Avenue N. W., Canton 58 Suarez, loc, TE 38606, 710 Charldon Avcnuc S. YV., Massillon 58, 154, 181 Sullivan, Sharon, 3343 lilcntlowwood, Massillon 58 Sutton, John, CR 7111-1, 1101 1Vvstcrn Avenue S. WV., Canton 5B Thomas, Jolln, TE 20721, 2800 Southway, Massillon 58 Thomas, Linda, GR 70601, 168 Woodlawn Avenue N. W., Canton 58 Thompson, Wanda, GR 75301, 4555 Eighth Street N. VV., Canton 58 Tietze, Cathy, GR 724-67, 220 SaratogtifrCanton 58 Tilton, Carol, GR 77574, 5550 Bivrghdale S. W., Canton 58, 162, 164, 174, 179, 181, 185 ' Urban, Polly, GR 4218, 147 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 58, 166, 171, 174 Vahila, Carol, GR 67, 5041-15th Street, Canton 58, 187 Van Bremen, Barry, 8334-256, 3220 Russ Ranch Road, A sillon 53 Van Sickel, David, GR 72343, 351 Kingston Avenue .,wton 58 Vara, Pat, GR 70391, 1523 Miles Avenue N. W., C ,ton 58 Vargo, Donna, GR 76969, 1120 Manor Avenue I . WY, Canton 58, 55, 174, 175, 180 192, 220 Vaughn, Patricia, 4166 Richvulc Drive, Mas it ss, 168 Velluci, Daniel, TE 27617, 6217 Navarre R' d S. W., Canton 58, 185 Veon, Margaret, 1315 Wliipple N. W., Canton 8 Voican, Stephan, 164 Woodlawn N. W., Canton 59, 162, 164, 198 Wadsworth, Dan, GR 73796, 340 Cayuga N. W., Canton S9 Wagner, Tim, TE 21278, 3017 Rowfortl, Massillon 59 Wlalters, Don, GR 76176, 317 Westland N. E., Massillon 59 Ward, Donna, 2304 Saratoga Avenue, Canton 59 Ward, Jim, HU 4-3510, 4480 Sheplcr Church Road, Canton 59 Warren, William, TE 28263, 6464 Creston Drive S. W., Canton 59 Wcbcr, Joe, GR 72822, 4915 Tioga N. W., Canton 59 Wcekley, Gary, 1513 Fairlane S. YV., Canton 59, 198 Paushek, Juanita, GR 72853, 5193 Nave Street S. W., Canton 54 Pefldicord, Rick, GR 77881, 1331 Elwood S. W., Canton 54, 198 Peterman, Nan:-y Lee, TE 29276, 4085 Grecnford Road, Massillon 54, 174, 175 Peterman, Raymond, TE 29275, 4085 Greenford Road, Massillon 54 Pettay. James, 4775296. 416 Linway, Canton 54- Pikulik. Joaninne, TE 32136, 731 Charldon Avenue S. W.. Massillon 54, 166 Pitman, Stokes, HU 43909, 4181 Shepler Church Avenue, Canton 54 Pittman, Jny, 202 Knlpwoml, Massillon 5-1- Plott, Karon, GR 76243, 4540 Fourth Street N. W., Cnnton 54, 168, 181 Plunkett, Frerla, 477825l, 1214 Delverne S. W., Canton 55 Pnttrr, Terry, 4-404 Richville Drive S. 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