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lfirst llow, left to right: litlwartl flootlhart, llotlney lloover, .lames lA'lH.'l'lilllHlli, Charles SlI'lllllll, litlwaril
llinlile, Danny lirenneinan, Donald Reed, llarry lle
Set-ontl llow: Peggy llippensteel, Anna Myers, Arlene liussell, Doris Frey, Patsy Forsythe, Patsy l ity, Patsy
lleherlig, Arlene lleese, Dorothy lleelunan, Anna Mae Gootlhart, Marcella Jones, Dolores Mooney,
Mary Ellen Stake.
'l'hirtl How: Joyce Mitchell, Susan Cover, Nancy Cahle, Arlene lluhlms, llelen Laitlig, llelene Luhrs, Gail
liohr, Peggy Frohin, lilaine lleishinan, Maxine lleishinan, Dorothy Whitlner, Faye Mitchell.
lfourth llow: John Pattison, Gloria Meretlith, lietty liisenhower, .lane llopkins, lletty Long, .loan Long,
Marv Seott, Yvonne Rader, Marlene liosser, Shirley Mulder, Anna lfortna, Delores lluhhs, Doris
'l'rii.fgs, .lane Alleman.
lfifth llow: David liurtl Thonias Everett, Constance . '
Nllllu lu lluidson, Freda liillinger, Lois liroolas,
Nancy Stuinbaugh, Mary 'l'hon1as, Louise Fetter, litlwina liaulinan, Anne Means, Charlotte liling,
Dorothy M. Bowers, Miss Josephine Arcuri.
Sixth Ilow: .laines Keating, George Vantlrew, Douglas NVerner, .lay Myers, .lay Kohr, llenry Luhrs, .lalnes
Goodyear, ltobcrt lloek, lluth Durll', Donna Naugle, Lois lleherlig, Mr. lloy Mouer.
The Senior High Dancing Club
The Senior High Dancing Club met every
NXfcdnesday morning in activity period. It was
organized for the purpose of teaching interested
senior high students to dance and to acquire
social grace on the dance floor. It was under the
direction of Miss Josephine Arcuri and Mr. Roy
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The Junior High Dancing Club
The junior High School Dancing Club met
on Wednesdziy during the regular activity period.
Because club membership was so large, the group
was divided into two sections, which met on
alternate weeks. This organization offered to
junior high students the opportunity to learn to
dance. Its sponsors were Mr. Ernest Agle and
Mr. Russell Lerew.
First Row, left to right: James Hopkins, Jay Borneisen, Calvin Forsythe, XVilliam Coder, Harry O'Donald,
NVilliain Parr, Bradley Crashaw, Richard Henry, Lamar Mallleaf, Rohert Strohm, llohert Smith,
Donald Swanger, Robert Clever, Jack Handshew, Carroll XVilson, Richard Naugle.
Second Row: Joan Ordway, Betty Allen, Frances Shoemaker, Marcclene XVilliainson, Jane Hockersmith, Paula
liwan, Josephine Sell, lillen Gleim, Faye VVehh, Joyce Hershey, Dorothy litter, .loan Kuhn, .loyee
Kuhn, Anna Jane Kramer, Retty Montague, lietty Jean Kramer, Joan Shank, Doris lishclmann,
Jane Bard, Verna Vaughn, Patsy Rhine.
Third Row: Joan Mathna, Martha Baughman, Sandra Robinson, Joyce XVarren, Joan, Rhinchart, Shirley
Potter, Carol Funk, Lois Dysert, Joyce Kern, Charlotte Sleighter, Peggy Karper, Jill llandshew,
Mary Lee Snffecool, Dolores Rhone, Joyce Garman, Louetta Ranouhough, Scott Plasterer, Paul
Karper, Ronald Chamberlin, Jalnes Rrunner, Mae Uckcr, Mr. Ernest Agle.
Fourth Row: Jack Rowers, Shirley Hill, Garnet Ott, Mary Allen, Margaret Rhone, Retty Glessncr, Loretta
Shanahrook, Lucy Maelay, Janet Smith, Faye Strayer, Janet Karper, Martha Mat-Donald. Donna
Mooney, Mahle Mitchell, Jerry Medlieott, Jo Kling, Kenneth Martin, NVayne Shoap, Cynthia
liruhaker, Patsy LeCount, Anna Diehl, James Miller.
Fifth Row: Shirley Frelin, Gladys Reese, Maxine Hancock, Janet Finkey, Joyce Pattison, 'l'wyla Porter,
Jacqueline Koontz, Jean Hershey, Helen Appleby, Patsy Flora, Vivian Kendall, Patsy Mixell, Joan
Lewis, Mary Lou Helm, Palnelee Nye, Doris, Yohe, Marion Gruver, Donna Jackson.
Sixth Row: Grace Martin, Jane liigler, Medea Ferraris, Barbara Mellott, Katherine Mentzer, Catherine
Bowers, Maude Helln, Janet, Swartz, Judy, Hall, Nancy Highlands, Mildred Rotz, Fredith Nolan,
Patsy Sowers, Robert Devor, Ruth Gontz, Beatrice Geedy.
Seventh Row: Cora Lynch, Mr. Russel Lerew, Edward Huntshurger, Douglas Allan, Mary Lou Sugars, Mary
Ziininerman, Richard Angle, Patsy XVadel, Louise Henderson, .loan Dysert.
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Left to Right: Floyd Swanger, Lester XVadel, VVillia1n Plasterer, XValter liillllllilllllll., .Iaek
Handshew, Earl Detwiler, Edward Huntsberger, Clarence Clever, Ronald hvlllllllll-
son, Kenneth Helm, George Stinger, Harold AI'll1Sll'Ullg, Barry Hippensteel, Xvlllllllll
Coder, Norman Diehl, lioy VV::1tson.
Center Back: Mr. Ernest Agle.
Supervised by Mr. Ernest Agle, the Patrol
Club met every Thursday morning. Officers were:
Glen Barnhart, captaing Bernard Kauffman, lieu-
tenantg and Bill Coder, lieutenant. Members
were from the sixth grade and junior and senior
To determine eligibility for letters granted
at the end of the year, a point system was set up.
Points were earned by being on the job and being
on time. Every six weeks Mr. Frank Hollar gave
boys with high scores a free theatre ticket.
First How. left to right: llfilllillllc
Silversline, Carol Funk,
.Ioan Strohln, Florence
Smith, Medea Ferraris,
l'lla Curry, Gail Gres-
sler, liarbara Metz, Bar-
bara Mellott, Patsy Cis-
Seeond How: Xvlllllllll VVarren,
.lack l'nderkot'tler, David
XVlllllL'I'. liruee YVatson,
Glen liarnhart, ll o y
NVatson. Thoinas Mellott,
Gene Furry, M a rt ha
XVheeler, Opal Barrick,
'l'hird liow: Joel Frelin, Ernest
Frengel, Jaek ll a p p,
Douglas Allan, Robert
Furry. Jerry Medlieott,
Paul Hutchinson, Char-
les Lehman, John Kadel,
Calvin XVonders, Mr.
Frank Black. '
The Photography Club included two groups:
eighth-graders who met on Tuesday during club
period and ninth-graders who met on Wednesday.
Eighth grade officers were Medea Ferraris, secre-
tary and Carol Funk, treasurer. Ninth grade
officers were jack Underkoffler, secretary and
Florence Smith, treasurer.
Under Mr. Frank Black's direction, both
groups took pictures and learned the art of their
development. Ninth-graders also learned to tint.
Some ninth grade members entered the National
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