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A. ADAMS P. ALLEN T. ALLEN P. ASPLIN A. BAKER
ALICE ADAMS: Wherever there's good music to dance to and
good friends to laugh with, Alice can be found with her
winsome smile enlivening the festivities. G.R.L. 9, IO, II,
I2, Friendship, IO, II, fsecretaryl I2, Class Secretary II,
Current Forum I2.
PATRICIA ALLEN: If you're looking for a dependable worker,
here's just the girl. This raven-haired senior wants to be
a nurse and certainly nothing will stop her, Monitor 9,
Friendship IO, II, Thespinas IO, II, isecretaryl I2, Library
TOM ALLEN: Whoever dubbed Tom "Tuffy," had the right
idea. As tailback and shortstop in football and baseball,
he has proven he has what it takes. Hi-Y 9, IO, II, I2,
Baseball 9, IO, ll, I2, Basketball 9, IO, II, I2, Football
9, IO, II, I2j Monitor IO, II, 2, Key Man IO, Varsity
"R" IO, ll, I2.
ASPLIN: It you ever see Patty and she isn't sewing, play-
ing the piano, or listening to one of her latest records, then
she is probably with some of her many friends. Friendship
9, IO, II, I2, Operetta 95 Current Forum I2.
BAKER: Al left at the half, but we haven't forgotten his
grand work as co-editor of Hi-Tide. Fishing, current events,
and German are his chief interests. Monitor 9, Movie
Operator IO, II, I2, Hi-Tide IO, II, Editor I2, Hi-Y IO, II,
Student Council IO, II, Current Forum I2.
KIRK BANNON: If Kirk were reluctant to speak with anyone
except his friends, he still would not be a perpetual church-
mouse, for his friends are as plentiful as water in the
ocean. Hi-Y II, I2g Track I2.
BARKES: Jim is always ready with a catchy comeback,
witty or otherwise. He may seem to be silent but 'it's only
because he doesn't laugh at his own jokes. Hi-Y II, I25
Movie Operator II, I2, Track I2.
MARY JEAN BENNETT: Wooster beckons our Hi-Tide co-editor,
but she'Il leave behind her memories of a job well done
and a gay ond friendly personality, Nat'l Honor Society
ll, I2, Friendship 9, IO, II, I2, Neophytes 9, IO, Thespians
II, I2j lyaku IO, ftreasurerl II, I2, Hi-Tide 9, 0, II,
ico-editorl I2, Operetto 9, II, G.R.L, 9, Riverlet Staff IO,
I2, Monitor IO.
BARBARA BINDLEY: Bobbie, hailing from West Virginia 'til
this year, has won everyone with her southern accent.
And can tiny miss dance? Other schools 9, IO, II,, G.R.L.
12, Friendship I25 Monitor I2.
BIRDSALL: Our chemistry "quiz kid!" Active Ted also
runs the noon movie projector, l-le has a remark, occasion-
ally funny, for any and all situations. Student Council IO,
II, I2, Band 9, Monitor IO, II, I2, Key Man II, Movie
Operator IO, II, I2, Thespians I2j Current Forum Ipresi-
K. BANNON J. BARKES M. J, BENNETT B. BINDLEY T. BIRDSALL
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Remember when our first glimpses of life at Rocky River High School
left us with a feeling of awe until we passed out of the "cradle of high
school" into eighth grade. Do you remember how, as freshmen, we became
war-babies, abandoning our semi-formal dance in place of a street dress
affair. From ninth grade we slipped into and through tenth grade to our
memorable junior year with its Junior-Senior "Nite Club" Party. Clearest
in our memories will be our senior year with its disputed election at which
we chose Ed Gregor, President, Jim Smith, Vice-President, with Pat Lamb
taking the minutes and Phyllis Rickey balancing the money, also our Christ-
mas Dance, our double-casted "Papa ls All" with its comic dialect, and last,
but far from least of importance, our long-awaited Senior Prom on June l
at the Lake Shore, and six days later our Graduation.
These are just a few of our memories which will come to mind when we
take time to "remember when."
OUR CLASS OFFICERS
Year President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
7th Dick Mobarry Walter Manns Cliff Beaver Cliff Beaver
Sth Don Kelly Mary Withington Tom Allen Donn Gilmore
9th John Heller Ken Koster Bob Friesner Donn Gilmore
lOth Dave Davies Jack Young Paul Enger Barbara Fenwick
llth Dave Davies Bob Friesner Alice Adams Pat McCormick
l2th Ed Gregor Jim Smith Pat Lamb Phyllis Rickey
Phyllis Rickey iTreasurerl, Pat Lamb tSecre-
raryl, Jim Smith Nice-Presidentl, Ed Gregor,
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B. BOSTWICK M. BOWLES D.
BOB BOSTWICK: Tall, friendly, and sarcastic, Bob can be found
in the heat of any debate which is going on in class or
out. Hi-Y ll, 12, Monitor 12,
MARJORIE BOWLES: At her studies, Marge displays a conser-
vative personality, but at a party she is the source of much
fun. Her seventeenth birthday party was enough to verfiy
this. Friendship 11, 12,
DICK BROWNLEE: With Dick's irrepressible good spirits, to be
his company is impossble for you'll find yourself
with him. His serious ambition is to be a doctor,
10, 12, Monitor 9, Current Forum ttreasurerj 12.
LEE CARSON: When Lee was greeeted by Uncle Sam and left
mid-year, we all missed his hearty laugh and calm indi-
viduality. "He is gone, but not forgotten," Hi-Y 11, 12.
BOB CONGER: If Bob met Uncle Sam with the same suaveness
1 l, 12.
manner by which he gained so much popularity
success in the armed service is assured. Hi-Y
P. CLARKE B. CONGER J.
BROWNLEE L. CARSON E. CHARPIE
EDITH CHARPIE: Joy, happiness, and felicity - all are synony-
mous with "Dee." Her innate dancing and pianistic abili-
ties further her claim to the title, "life of the party."
Other Schools 9, Band 10, 11, Orchestra 10, 11, Friend-
ship 11, 12, Student Council 12, G.R.L. ll, Neophytes
11, 12, Monitor 12.
PATRICIA CLARK: You can usually find Pat where there is
laughter because this fiery red head has a knack for
starting it with her stories and gestures. Friendship 9,
10, 11, 12, Monitor 10, Neophytes 11, 12.
JEAN CORMIER: This reserved senior is ever-ready to help,
and, best of all, will do it with a grin. Writing letters and
trying out new dance steps occupy her time. Friendship
9, 10, 11, lyaku 12, Current Forum 12,
PEGGY COWLING: Peg is one of our more serious thinkers,
although she isn't always solemn. She's always up-to-date
when it comes to current events. Friendship 9, 10, 11, 12,
G.R.L. 9, Neophytes 10, ll, 12, Monitor 11, Current Forum
12, Quiz Bee 12.
TAYLOR CRAIG: A flash of tan, a cloud of dust, and a hearty
beep-beep usually signify Taylor's approach. Last year he
qucikly surrounded himself with friends - a fact which
testifies to his being a "keen" fellow. Other Schools 9, 10,
Hi-Y 11, lsecretary 112, Baseball 11, 12, Football 12,
Monitor 11, 12.
CORMIER P, COWLING T. CRAIG
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