Southeast High School - Pirates Log Yearbook (Ravenna, OH)

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PIRATES' LOG I956- I 957 EDITION SOUTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL R. D. 2, RAVENNA, OHIO TABLE OF CONTENTS School Life Faculty and Admlnlstratlon Seniors Underclassmen Organizations and Actlvltles Hugh Lights of the Year Athletics Grade Schools Advertising Page Page Page Page Page 6I Page Page Page 99 -'. ........... . 3 " ' .......,. . I3 ' ..............,, I9 33 "" ............... Page43 ' ............ 67 ' ......,... 73 mam K, in Nw ap- fl ALTHOUGH CLASS DISCUSSION 15 an irnpor tant part of American Govemment, the founda tion must be lard during the first part of the year through lectures and note taking Mr BOLDON EXPLAINS the acetylene torch to Norman Bradley and B111 Strausser in Vocational Agriculture With the Opening of School mx ff vwlsflh. Q LOCAL COMPANIES are generous in providing classroom teaching aids. Patty Hunsicker and Carolyn Maines are being instructed in the proper use of the telephone by Miss Brunn in the freshman General Business class. The equip ment is provided by the Ohio Bell Telephone Company. O O O fb i .K R s., X .ss 1 ' 5.3 , FOR SOME STUDENTS frog dissection is one of DEMONSTRATING THE BUTTONHOLER for her the more unpleasant duties required of Biology Home Economics students is Mrs. Westover. students. Judy Hill, Mary Jane Jagers, Patty Inks, and Nancy Hoskins look on as Mr. Ames wields the knife. We Return to Books and Friends . . . ink? ' Wiki., fgyq -' Y . qv-ff' :-.., STUDY HALLS LIGHTEN the load of homework and provide a break in class- room routine. Fl vg,,. Cs, Cb ....er"" if rind www' Q THE SENIOR GOVERNMENT CLASS proved that THE VO AG DEPARTMENT'S M01 1U seems to learmng 1S fun at thelr Mock Conventlon whlch be that the best way to learn how to do some preceded the Mock Electron thlng IS to do lt Classes Become More Interesting THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM mcludes lnstructlon m the elements oi most of the common sports Here Coach Ludrck shows the proper method of falhng to avold mjury NEW EQUIPMENT 15 an asset to any learmng program, particularly in the wood and metal working shops. Intent on his work with the bandsaw is Jerry Garvin. 6 FOUR OF THE SEVEN weekly periods of Physics are spent in the laboratory. Here experiments are conducted which indicate the nature of heat light, sound, electricity, and demonstrate me- chanical principles. at E , . XM' E E' ' .13 1 aft' E zr. ' 5 T G: B 3 -gn., , i r q 'lx W g a df ll , x r wg X I I tl ! HOME ECONOMICS IWAJORS have available to them two courses in foods, two in clothing, one year of Home Management, and a year of Home- making, Classes are conducted in the home economics suite, These rooms are among the most attractive in the building, As the School Year Progresses IN AN ATTEMPT to meet the varying needs of the students, some subjects are approached in different ways. Typing is one such course, being offered as a two year program for those enrolled in the com- mercial course, or for one year for those who will be needing it for personal use. iff gn x 'Viv ,au 'Aims Ig But It :sn t all stud SENIOR DAY DAWNS with Pete Hill as executive head and Terry Pol as principal of Southeast High School. ONE OF Tl-LE MOST BEAUTIFUL events ofthe year is the Hi-Tri assembly. The twelve foot tree is being decorated by Jeannie Thomas, co-advisor Mrs. Davis, and Judy Tomlinson. 8 And no Play ONE OF THE FIRST obstacles met by the new freshman girls is the annual Hi-Tri initiation. SCHOOL SPIRIT is given a boost by the annual bonfire-pep rally. I 4 5 ,' R 1 ws Lx A 1 xl ,. A r , MQL X , I '9 EVERY YEAR the competition for the best pep rally gets keener, This year the Hi-Y succeeded in retaining the trophy for the best pep rally for the second straight year. The raven holding the young captives represents Ravenna City, but he holds the upper hand only temporarily for the Southeast Pirates soon make the rescue, WYm..,,.x a X, 'rf Tub . ' . ""Ys..,t W' 'Ye , T' , 1 inf' -mga ,tx SCHOOL SPIRIT is one of the greatest assets a school can have, and is really shown here by Margaret Williams, a cheerleader, School sp1r1t at Southeast High has increased steadily through out the life of the school. 'S fe I: 45 is. I 35,0 1 'fvfft H, . tW'?N5'1PrI. ill! 'a E 2 R ff fs X, f-rr 'SQ 'R , 24 Q v ff N 6 M1ss MARTHA ROBB School Secretary Mlss GLORIA BRUNN Baslc Bus1ness Pexs Typxng Future Teachers of Amenca Mxs ELLEN WESTOVER Clothmg Foods Latm, Homemakln Ph Tn Mx JESSE CAIN Shop Mech Drawm P1ast1cs, Leathercrafts Safety COUDC11 Mr ALBERT HOLB Pnnclpal lg -rx.-P' if fowl'- ,aw i 3-:sf S S ,..--unlS'!i7""' 71 13 him ' Q 14' gpg, L-9 l"'s.x H AL DOROTHY HEIM A , Library Audio Visual MARIAN ZAPKA Shorthandldiz II, Office Practice, Typmg I 8: , Bookkeepmg uture Secretaues DAVID THOMAS I-IS Math Algebra I 8: II Plane Geometry Freshmen BRUCE BOLDON Vocationa1Agr1cu1ture , II, III, 8zIV Future Farmers EDNA THOMAS English I, Journalism Newspaper, Juniors ROGER WRIGHT Current History He ad C oach Varsity "S" .J T v T ROBERT LUDICK Physlcal Educatlon I 8aII,Boys Health and Commumty Lrvmg, Dnver Trarmng Student COLIIICI1 FAYE GIVEN Engllsh IV, General Sc1ence Econormcs Future Nurses MARION BRADY World HISYOIY, Enghsh Yearbook, Semors JEANNE HENNIGER Dnver Trauung Sophomores "il STAN WACY Mrxed Chorus Musrc Club FRANCES DAVIS PhYS1C31 Educatron Sz Health and Famlly Lxvmg Health and Cornmuruty Lrvmg Cheerleaders, H1 Tn Attendance Sz Councxhng ,apffff 1 J 7 . - .. 1 , A A A .17 U AV . . . G 1 . I - '- , v Q ,N ' ' 11 M We of W L II. I . I ' . K K v jf L : . . . . -. 1 ,A I I Q- I I 4 . I II ., I l b . 4 , ' . . , ,K - A '1 2... A ' A he ' ' -NX is Z4 If I , I + xr-xl " lu-:nn Mr. FRANK MCKENNA Am. History Government Intramurals Assistant Coach Mr. ANTHONY DUBSKY Instrumental Music Band Music Club Mr. WALTER AMES Chemistry, Physics Biology Hi-Y Mrs. FERN MORSCH English l0 Speech National Honor Society Assemblies f . .ga -ff V, rf-Qs' 'give i, sw ff, ,S v My SENIGRS -if if Seniors PRESIDENT ROBERT HILL Pete Student Council 1 2 President 3 Safe ty Council 3,4, Class President 4 Mu s1c Club 2 3 4 Band 2 3 Junior Class Play, Bowling 3,4, Intramurals 2 Scholarship Team 1 2 3,4 Recognition Banquet 2 4 Best All Round Student 4, S Teen Board 3, Driver Training Road eo 2 Mock Election Campaign Manager 4 VICE PRESIDENT TERRY POL Terry H1 Y 1 3 4 Music Club 2 3 4 Varsrt S 1 2 3 4 Class Vice President 4 Cho rus 14 Band 2 Football 1 2 4 Track X17 R-10 The class of 1957 started its freshman year with 96 members Enlistment in the armed services and drop outs left the class with 'IO members at graduation This was a particularly active class Between the first Freshman Talent Show and the Senior picnic were many activity Many participated in the school s athletic programs SECRETARY PHYLLIS STUMPO H1 Tri l 2 3 4 Music Club 2 3 4 Caf eterra 4 Library 2, Future 'l eachers 4 Pirates' Pride 3 Bowling 3, Play 3 Class Officer 4 TREASURER BERNIECE CLARK H1 Tri 1 2 3 4, Future Teachers of America 3 4 Music Club 2 3 4 Class Officer 4, Play 3 Homecoming At tendant 3 County Chorus 2 3 4 18 . . , S .I S -n 1 I 1 I - 1 : S 1 5 ' . . 5 . . r , 3 v 5 ' " 4 ,, 12 ' "' ' ' ' I ' J - Q ' ' 1 K I V 'YV ' .. R R , l ' J 9 I . . 1 1 I . Y a 9 a 5 ' I S ' l S 5 1 1 I C 2,3. O well planned projects and interesting activities. Most of the seniors were active in at least one extra-curricular .sa l -DI' . ' l I J 3 1 5 l 1 x Q S ' . I . I . I 5 ' S . . z A' I x 1 1 ' ' . a S 1 i J 5 . 3 , 3 I I ' JON BAILEY Jack Class Off1CCf 3 Student Coun 0111234 H1 Y34 MUSIC Club 3 4 Vars1ty S 2 3,4,Play 3 Football 2 3 Captam 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Track 2 3 Chorus 4 ---no HAROLD BRUMBAUGH Harold Mus1C Club 2,3 4 Future Farmers 2 3 Treas 2 3 Year book 3 Chorus 1 2 4 Wrest Img 1 Intramurals 2 PATRICIA BELL at Nat1onal Honor SOCISLY 3 4 MUSIC Club 3 4 H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Future Nurses Club 4 Cho rus 4 ALMA BRUNSTETTER Alma H1 Tr1 4 Nat1onal Honor Clety 3 4 Future Nurses 4 ,eg KATHLEEN BOLDON Kathy Chardon 1,2, GAA 1,2, Muslc Club 3 4, Nat1onal Honor So clety 2 3 4 Future Secretar ICS Club 4 1-11 Tr1 2 3,4, Fu ture Teachers 4 Bowlmg 3 Scho1arsh1p Team 1,2 3 4 Play 3 Busmess Manager Newspape 4 Glee Club 4 DAR Award 4, RCCOg1'11L10n Banquet 3 RONALD CALDWELL Ronny Musrc Club 3,4, Safety Coun C113 H1 Y 1, Band 3,4, Per Offlcc G1r1 3 4 Cafetena 1 feet Attendance 3 Junlor Play Usherctte 19 r sf T WALTER CALVIN CAROL CARTER Walt' Safety COlll'1C1l l,2,3,4, Musrc FFA l,3,4, Treasurer 4, MUSIC Club 2 3 Intramurals l,2,3, Club 2 4, H1 Y Secretary 4 Play 3 Track 1 Cafeterla 1,2, -UQ- ivy' JOHN COLLINS H1 Y 3,4 MUSIC Club 2 3 4 Play 3 Chorus 4 Football 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4, Track 2 3, Baseball 2 VHYSIQ7 S 3 4, Class VICC Presxdent 1 Bowhng 3 Baccalaureate and Com mtncement Ushcr 3 Safety Councrl 2 Krng of Hearts 4 3 BOVMIIDQJ .5 H1 Tr1 4 X I , A. -- 'A l fl I CLYDE CARTER FFA 1,Z,3 4 Mus1c Club 4 Cafettua 2 3 4 Baseball 1,2 3 4 Intramurals 3 Safety Counc1l 3 4 Football 3 Bowl mg 9 Captam 3 Two of the most well lrked students at Southeast are Jackre Powell and Pete H111 Jaclne who IS constantly bemg sought after by her frrends for her humor and sparkling V1V'lClOllS personalrty brrghtcned the hvts of everyone Her 1 rtty rtmuks and unforgettable humor earned her the nrclcname of Wicky Iackre and the W1tt1est trtlc Pete rs one ofthe more serrous mrndcd students Hrs abrllty to lead and rnttrest rn the well berng of hrs frrends prompted the class to elect h1m presrdcnt Ill therr busrest year and vote htm the Best All Around student "" me .ff O' ,, , . 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'sg .fi fl, ,,, .- , MM- 1 - - X ss N P' 'u 1 t n1 -ls ,slsa le I SAM COLLINS 'U 'Ns- NEDRA COOPE Red H1 Trl l,2,3,4, Muslc Club Z,3,4, FTA 4, FNC 3 Band 2 Chorus 4 , JERRY GARVIN Sfety Councrl 3, V1ce Presl dent 4 MARY JO COVE I-I1 Trl 1,2, Reporter 3 Pro gram Chanman 4, FNC 3 FTA 4 Lrbrary 2 Cafeterra 3 Com mencernent and Baccalaureate Marshal 3 Safety Counc1l 3 Musrc Club 2,3,4 Band 4, Newspaper 1,3 Neatest Dresser Il DICK DILLON Basketball 3, Track 2, Safety Counc1l2, Intramurals 1,2 ROSALIE GUMP H1 Trl 1,2,3 4 Muslc Club 2 3 FTA 4, Kmg and Queen of Hearts Attendant 4 DOUGLAS HAIFLICH Doug H1 Y 4 Play 3 NANCY HAUCK Nan H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Future Teach ers of Amcnca 4 Mtmc Club 2 3,4 Safety Councll 3 Fu ture Nurses 3, Off1cc Staff 3 4 Chorus 4, Bowhng 4 Homecommg Attendant 3 ,4 Commencement Usherette 3 H1 Trl Banquet Usherette 3 DAVID HILL Dave pre 'Qs Q-'X RICHARD HOGLE D1ck Chorus 1 2 Play 3, Vars1ty 'S' 3 4 H1 Y 4 MUSIC Club 1 2 3 4 Newspaper 3, Foot ball 1 3, Basketball Manager 1 Dance Award 3 CAROL l-IOUSEL Carol New Bazetta 1,2, H1 Trl 3 4 Safety Counc1l 3 4 Future Teachers ofAmer1ca 4 u src Club 3 VICE Pres1dent 4 Chorus 1 2 G1rl's Clcc Club 1 2 Cafetena 1 4 Home commg Attendant 2, G1rl' Softball 1 2 37 DONNA HUGHES Hugo H1 Trl 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 Class Offlcer 1 ClasS.Off1cer 3 Future Teac'1ers of Amerlca 2 3 4, V1Ce Pres1dent 4 Mu src Club 3 4 Safety COUIICI1 2 Bovwhng 4 Recognrtxon Banquet 2 OTHA JENKINS Doc Future Farmers of America 1, 3 4 Re orter 2 Football 2 4 J 3 P 5 J S Basketball 2,3,4g Baseball 2,35 Track 13 Wrestling Team 2. it FREDERICK KING Freddy Hi-Y 15 Safety Council 2,35 Football 4. I " '-T'-t X. V? as if U it T e JAMES JONES PATRICK KELLY Jim Pat THE CLASS WAS FORTUNATE in having a good deal of talent- most of it however, was wrapped in two packages labeled Dale Moser and Rdnnie Tack: ett. Their vocal achievements as they entertained for PTA, assemblies, and other school functions made them worthy of the praise they received. Ronnie was a prominent athletic figure in addition to his musical ability, while Dale somehow found time between her art work and other activities to become one of the best-liked students in the class. Besides being Most Talented, she was also voted Most Likely to Succeed, Most Courteous, and Best All-Round Stu- dent. Ullk .L 'W 'ATP f'A,4 . 1--01 X, X xg N X I W Af -4953 AUSTIIN LAUGHLIN JUDITH I.aVO JERRY LEE H1 Tr1 1 2,3,4 Connre Football 1 Howland 2, Band 2 -15" Sign? N"""r LANORA LEE NHS 2,3,4, Chorus 2, Glee Club 3 Prrnce of Peace Con test 2 Musrc Club 2, Student of Month 3 DLANE LEWIS H1 Tr1 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Musrc Club 2,3,4, FTA 4, Varsxty 'S' 3, Treasurer 4, Home commg Queen 4, Cheerleader 2,3,4, Southeast Represent:-1t1ve for Queen of Sprlng Festlval 4 Chorus 4, County Chorus 4 94 JEAN LLEWELLYN FTA 4 FNC 3 L1brary 2, MUSIC Club 2 3,4, H1 Trl 1 3 Secretary 4, Bowlmg 4, Safety Counc11 3 V109 Pres1 dent 4, Usherette for Com mencement and Baccalaureate 3 Cafeterxa 3 4 C u ' n . . , . - , , I Q Y , ,a 1 U 'YT " ., K.. - 'Q 4 4 f 1. A ' ' '- ' ' 2 ' .2 2 ' . .42 Q ' - ' ' 1 ' ' 12: . I v , . ' . 3 ' . ' ' . . . . ' 1 ' . . 3 h ' o 5 1 ' was 0"""9s- MARY MAKSIM FTA 2,3,45 Music Club 2,3,45 Varsity "S" 3,45 Hi-Tri 3,45 Bowling 3,45 Cheerleader 2,35 Head Majorette 45 Safety Council 25 Library 25 Yearbook 2,35 Business Manager 45 Scholarship Team 2,45 Band 3,45 Play Usherette 35 Com- mencement and Baccalaureate Usherette 35 Recognition Ban- quet 35 Homecoming Attendant 2,45 King and Queen of Hearts Attendant 4, RIS' 1 5 HI! Teenagers feel that, "If you haven't got a juke -box, a record player will do." Janet Strausser and Diane Lewis agree wholeheartedly and are shown here in the act of picking out their favorites among current albums Janet, almost a professional cheerleader with three years of Varsity to her credit, has found herself serving on countless committees, presiding over numerous meetings, and "Most Popular" among her friends. Diane, also a member of the cheerleading squad, has represented Southeast in various beauty contests and reigned as our own Homecoming Queen. In keeping with this, she received the title "Best Looking". BOB MARTIN Chorus 45 Hi-Y 45 Music Club 45 Bowling 4. DAVID MCPEAK "Dave" Basketball 15 Bowling 3,45 FFA 1,2535 Darkroom 35 Music Club 2,3545 Y-Teens 35 Chorus 45 Hi-Y 1,45 Trampoline 3,45 Class Officer 25 Talent Show Winner 4, Third Place 35 Commencement and Bac- calaureate Usher 3, SANDRA MINER "Sandy" Hi-Tri l,3,45 Yearbook 2,35 Glee Club 35 Chorus 45 Music Club 3,45 FTA 45 Play 35 In- tramurals 1,2,35 County Cho- rus 3,45 Bowling 4, F I' i rl 6 Pleasur CHOUT THE halls O e fo See M IR HIGH f 1' Out afy JO C 5 wfllgloglte 3mo?gtI:l5rSC':1O01 1Cll:nangRand3Ii4,?3REER5 it Wa 1 f Wffari C Hssm ' Cfit mms . Sa wa . 111E112inlfJ lang? 5vZinEhWOn SchCP?r1g2Oilnl1aEle'frfulvllzliflsrnfljlhro Uyghdfhe t L th lelp and h,e1'ecipiQnt If e of New U1 clothes 0 was 3 aged theeblgffisr Coungguibrlity to Cflfsclass apPiO'?5lDres50r. 333 orderly s etban tCam,dRandy wasflperate in an because OI, ?flY, on Wing his flntefested - y SW-lation Us Will- feshm ln Htl , . Thou '- A sw fsm he ,5,:.g, .f af, ,Y JMS., - X WANDA MORGAN Wanda Hi-Tri 1,2,3,45 Music Club 3, 45 Future Nurses 1,2,3,45 Caf- eteria 1,25P1ay 35 Chorus 45 Cheerleader 1. DALE MOSER Mouser Hi-Tri 1,2,3,45 FTA 35 Nat'l. Honor Society 253,45 Sec. 35 Music Club 2,3545 Newspaper 152,45 Yearbook Staff 35 Ed- itor 45 Student Council 45 Class Officer 35 Safety Coun- cil 2,35 Chorus 45 Talent Show Winner 35 Recognition Ban- quet 3,45 Most Talented 45 Most Courteous 45 Most Likely to Succeed 45 Best All-Round Student 4. GEORGE OGDEN MARY OPPERIvlAN G eorge MQFY Hi-Tri 1,2,3,45 Music Club 3,45 Future Teachers of Amer ica 3,45 Future Nurses of America 1,45 Band 3,45 Play 35 Office Staff 45 Scholarship Team 1,25 Safety Council 35 Cafeteria 1,2. DOROTHY PETERSON Dot H1 Trr 3 4 Ensemble 3 LOWELL POWERS un Future Farmers of Amenca 1 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 ootball 1,2,4 Track 1 JERRY POL Jerry Class Off1cer 2, Student Coun c1l 1 2,3, Presrdent 4, New paper 4 Vars1ty S l,2,3,4, 1 Y 2,3,4,Mus1c Club 2 3 Football 1 2 4 Track 3 BARBARA PRUITT Barbara Future Nurses Club 2 3 4, Safety Counc1l 2 3 Captarn 4 H1 Tr1 2 3 4 MUSIC Club 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3,4 County Chorus 2,3,4, G1rl's Intramu rals 2 '7 JACQUALINE POWELL Jackre H1 Trl 1 2,3 4 FTA 3, Pres , Safety Councrl 4 Musrc lub 2 3 4 Jr Play, News paper 2 3, Yearbook 4 Offrce Staff 4 Scholarshrp Team 1 2 3 Wlttlest 4 Mock Electron Campargn Mgr 4 Queen of Hearts 4 Rccognrtron Banquet wi Nui' ROLAND PRUITT Roland H1 Y 3,4, Varslty S 3,4 Foot ball 2 3 4, Track 2 3, Base ball 2 u' . :S - ' ' - .' ' 1 al ' ' ' 7 . - . 5- 4.f ' S ' 9 ' 'H'- C , , 5 - ' 3 ' D 1 145 v ' I 5 l 3 3 ' 5 . Y ,s . s ' . VS. S 4. Q' 'L. 7. "1 - . Q Q LV .fl as f - 'rj-11, 1 . 1 as B 1 . a G 1 1 ' . .' ' . S ' 2,3, 5 1 1 1 2 rl I V 1 1 ' 9 ' ' F 3 ' S "' . 1 rl ' 11 S 1 S . Nd? la f Al PATRICIA QUINN llPattill Hara 1,2,3,4g Music Club 2,3, 45 Intramurals 1,2,35 Play 33 Chorus 25 Newspaper 35 FTA 45 Bowling 4. .""1d" sm S ll i 1 X EDDIE RIGGENBACH llRiggyll Varsity "S" 3, President 45 Music Club 2,3,4g I-li-Y 45 FFA l,2, Sentinel 2, Parlia- mentary Procedure Team 1,23 Football 1,2,3,4g Intramurals 1,2,35 Play 35 Talent Show Winner 4, Third Place 35 Newspaper 4g Cafeteria 1,4. 'Hs' GRETCHEN REYNOLDS llJudyll IlDOnll DONALD SAMPSON Music Club Secretary-Treas- urer 45 Hi-Tri 4g Bowling 45 FTA 45 Raverma City 1,2,3. Safety Council 2. Proof that intelligence and popularity DO mix is found in Linda Thorpe and Jim Jones. Linda is right at home with the title "Most Intelligent". President of National Honor Society, and active in all phases of school life, she has maintained a high scholastic average during her high school years. Jim, male version of the "Most Intelligent" student, has only at- tended Southeast for two years, but in that time he has displayed a good deal of general knowledge. Also chosen "Most Likely to Succeed", he plans to continue his education and attend Purdue University next year, majoring in engineering. fn 3 1 APU? " .Q-,...-7 New CHARLES SCHAEFER ETHEL SHOWERS 'Chuck ' Toots ' W11bu.r Wnght Hlgh 1, Car Safety Counc1l 3,4 H1 Tr1 3 retsv1lle 2,3 Play 3 Football 4 FSA 4 Play 3 3,4, Track 1, Won a Gold Key and Ce1't1f1cate for Art Work if ' 105 4"""-7 SYLVL4 SIMON ' 1b H1 Tn 1,2,3 Treasurer 4 NHS 2,3 4 FTA 2,3,4, Lrbrary 1 Saiety Counc1l 2, MUSIC Club 3,4 Off1ce Staff 4 :UWB 'hus- FAITH STAFFORD CHARLOTTE STONE Fa ' Snooks H1 Tr1 2,3,4, NHS 4 Safety H1 Trl 1,2,3,4, Courtesy Award Counc1l 3, Mus1c Club 3, Play 2, Perfect Attendance 5 Years Usherette 3, FSA Secretary Treasurer 4 29 'Of 'N"'1r JANET STRAUSSER Jan H1 Tn 1 2, Treasurer 3 Pres1 dent 4 Vars1ty 'S 3,4 Muslc Club 2,3,4, Safety Counc1l 4 S Teen Board 3 FNC 1 2 4 Pres1dent 3, Most Popular 4 Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captarn 4 Dance Contest W1nner 3 Kmg and Queen of Hearts Attendant V ,K Ng s ' ,M 3 " 2 WM, , krkk 1 C 'ls A 'V , 1. f Il I I IS' H . . . . ' - . 5 .- . , .- . , .S 5 5 5 Q . , Q ' . . . I S , I . g , 'Q' 'W 3 A E -49 ' "' fl 1 - m ' . 'E ,bf 4 -M W! K, fxaitq V f, 5 Q 1 T53 ' J if 1 1 ' D ll YU . ' I 'I . . ll ll I ' I 3 ' ' ' 1 7 ' ' 4 ' I . . . V ll . ' ' , 1 ' ' ' ' 5 ' - . 9 , I I ' : . ,. 1 ' 9 . 4. ,Z A-'X CONVERTIBLES AND GOOD TIMES seem to go together in the mind of the high-school student5 especially when the convertible is filled with such lively sen- iors as Jack Williams, Jack Bailey. and David McPeak. Jack Williams, who was dubbed "Willy" by his classmates, is probably one ofthe best natured persons ROBERT SUFFECOOL Southeast has ever known. His constant air of good humor won him the title of Bob "Wittiest". Willy, who is an avid basketball fan, is also president of the school Music Club 2,3 49 Chorus 354. music club. Jack Bailey, a tall football player, has been active throughout his Band 3,4. Mu-955 Festival 3 4-' high-school career. Thought to be "Most Popular", Jack led the class through its ' , junior year. He has also been a member of the Student Council for three years. Dave McPcak, the handsome fellow in the driver's seat, is an officer of Future Farmers of Am erica. His good taste in clothes prompted the class to elect him "Neatest Dresser" along with "Best Looking". RONNIE TACKETT HOWARD THOMAS Ron Tommy Hi-Y 1,35 President 45 Varsity Newton Falls High School 1,25 "S" 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3, Hi-Y 45 Future Farmers of 45 Football 2,3,45 Music Club America 3,45 Music Club 45 2,3,45 Chorus 1,253,415 Track Chorus 45 Newspaper 4. 2,35 Librarian 2,35 Cafeteria 253,45 County Chorus 2,3545 Most Talented 45 All-Star Basketball 45 Mock Election 45 Commencement Usher 35 Baseball 2,45 Class Officer 1. 30 NAOMI THOMAS Jeannie HiTri 1,2,3,45 Newspaper 2,35 Safety Council 35 National Honor Society 35 T.easuIer 45 Music Club 45 Betty Crocker Future Homemaker Award 4. PATRICIA THOMPSON Ann H1 Tr1 2 3 4 Muslc Club 3 4 Safety Counul 3 4 Band 4 Chorus 2 3 4, L1brary Staff 4 G1Il'S Intramurals 2 11354 F-'Et RICHARD WESTOVER D1ck LINDA THORPE Valed1cto11an Php H1 Tr1 1 2 3 4 Nat'l Honor Soc1ety 2 Treas 3 Pres 4 Class Off1cer 1 2 Yearbook Staff 2,3, Student Counc1l 3 4 Off1ce Staff 4 SCholarsh1p Team 1 2 3 4 Glflls Intramu rals 2,3, Recogmtwn Banquet 2 3,4, Most Intelllgent 4 IDRUS WILLIAMS Randy H1 Y 1,3,4 Treasurer 2, Var JUDITH 'IOMLINSON Judy H1 Tr1 1,2,3 4 MUSIC Club 3 4, Newspaper 2 3 Future Teachers of Amer1ca 3 Band 3 4 Glec Club 4 Cho rus 3, L1brary Staff 4 G1rl JOHN WILLIAMS Wlllle MUSIC Club 3 Pres1dent 4 s1t5 S 2 3 4 MUSIC Club 2 3 4 Class OIIICEI 3, Junnor Class Bowhng 2,3 4 Jumor Class Play Chorus 4 Band 2 3 4 Play, Chorus 4, Basketball 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Varsxty S 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Dance Contest Wmner 3 W1t 2 3 Baseball 2 3, Golf 1 Safety Award 1, Most Courte ous 4 '31 t1est 4 I C 7 MXMQA 1 I , 1. 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They planned the best attended dance of the year, the Record Hop, with the disc -jockey, Ioe Finan, and was the first class to have the Junior-Senior Prom away from the school, PRESLDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Ronald Hughes Marv A1111 HCff Linda Karathanos Shirley Sclmccbergcr Marjorie AbCfCSS Cliff Anderson Jo Ankrom :ff we-sr Helen Bingham Shirley Bruey Geraldine Brumbaugh ws.. '27 Judith Cory Donna Donohue Carol Eberling 34 Gracie Bnndi Russell Bates i Phyllis Burkey Paul By-me ? pl' William Forney Richard Griffith C Phillip Johnson Nelia Kays Ha The Prom this year was held at Round-Up Lake in Geauga County. It was one of the first dances held at the newly opened club. The Club provided an atmosphere for dancing difficult to achieve in the school gymnasium. herrell Hammer Sabra Hill -'-Xrzetta Jones Brian Lash f f ,tw ,- fvf 1 f V54 Ying' If 31 rold Montgomery Mabel Nelson Carmen Huffman Carol Hutton John Jackson Mary Jones Robert Kaly wa 'W K 'X 1 Barbara Lee Ann Lindemuth Ann Owen 35 i, me y if Tom Kaley .,..., Linda Martin i fw- ve- AV t' 17 I 7 K .li Treva Patton Helen Pruitt I One of the greatest disappointments to the junior class was the school's financial inability to provide a director for the annual junior play. They are looking forward to next year 's play and the opportunity to display their ability. Wayne Prusky Lois Sanders Christian Showers Antoinette Suzelis Donald Reagan Aloysius Schneider fab.. Rutha nn S i ekle 2' John Sve da . . ,, G' 5 5- ilu...- L Henry Retherford our Lawrence S ehrepple if S ,pn-. 'mv- . xg , Evelyn Ski iton 4. 'fx N Un.. Margaret Williams rl ' Alma Rodgers 'Qs , , ut Us 3 so - , -A , heath, 4 'Sr Lyndon S c el e y f ,AUT 'Q .ff A bk? ' -PU' Jerry Smith ,424- . ,pin I Xia Jig. K Alexander Zavara Haw, Y Q David Sampson Joyce Shearer - N V Au- ' og 3 Q. . x .. Q-. 'il Pauline Stabl Sophomores President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Carol Blasen Judy Schneeberger Linda Gadd Q Q it ,. 4 x, N., ,f y 'K-. B 4 5 Kenneth Allman, Rebecca Arman, Eileen Bailey, Anthony Bamer, Dorothy Bell, Ronald Bennett. H Q? -A .ti ' arg. L- 3' "" f if t,,: S -Q-,lv rx I f 1 I ' X L Gary Bishop, Gayle Bishop, Richard Blasen, Dave Boldon, Barbara Border, David Bostwick. P' is , 2 f I 1 1 ' ,V 'A . Aa-X I sl' ".'f-."r ..,, y..A '-:Tat airiiii ' riif' p K ql, sa i f 'fi V V ,ii M , krk A Ff 'rd , ft iff!-ful - ,-- ' iiid ' .'-, L r David Brokaw, Robert Brunstedt, Richard Burkey, Douglas Byrnes, Joan Cain, Virginia Carlson. if 3 .. 2 , Q , 1 - Lk f X g,,,gt-mx 'K YQ V j E .-vw? nu. W y ,J , o f -J 2 My 5 . , Lawrence Carter, Walter Corbett, Moneda Cottrell, Charles Davis, Rita Diehl Betty Dillon. if 'Nt fl v lf, Q-I 1 Q Q 4? ".W I 1110- lim , ? ' I , at- Q A K wa' ' rv' -Q-. X, 1 fr gr... VK t if l 'vt K ly .,, 1 X' Beatrice Denham, Melvin Donham, James Dourm, Susan Ellison, Robert Evans, Dick Freeman. r 55? 'FY' Clarice Greathouse, Evelyn Greathouse, Marcia Groves, Brice Hanning, Richard Hargett, Steve Hauser. i pm 5, , ' f 'fe---I .. T vb A ,M , ' ff- ,- , V V -V gy I , . . 'Q 1: if A? or Q, 'ae' Q fj 'W E ' A Tu - - Tlffifi 5 "'-:J V i i 'it-1 ' ' . X ..f.,.., J -M. sg, N, We ' 5 V5 V--'Q t an s - ,f c J., . 5 x 1 Anne Hayes, Allen Headley, Jerry Herron, Janet Hickman, Judith Hill, Marjory Hill. . ff - , er- --f -f -we 2 t- , . 51 ' J Z y ,Ei-f .V - - Michael Hill, Robert Hillegas, Nancy Hoskins, Anita Hupp, Patricia Inks, Stafford Jackson. Mary Jagers, Betty Jenkins, Elaine Johnson, Elva Jones, Ethel Jones, Lucinda Kerr. V ' '- . 7,5 ' 1 f X f .. 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J, A 1 nr---N Q, 5 ...M ,J' 'V ,i K A. l A is Anita Stafford, Edward Stauffer, James Stefansic, Donald Tackett, Virgil Thompson, Charlotte Tomlinson 4 X 0 l ! vi Q ' N Q ' C' , 'x I 3 , Y, K K - A' Lf 2 So N 'K' S "" 'F' Y Robert Utlcy, Sandra Vair, William Vogel, Larry Waltz, Charles Wamer, Robert Watson. 7' W W 'S - - mi' fi , L- ,of 2 . 4 5 , L- . ' I x 3 ,R Q W it' 1, li A .VE 1 '-, r ff Donald Watters, Melvyn Westover, Charles Wilson, Dennis Wood, Tanya Zelack, Dale Mizer. 'Mis Presldent Karen Hammer V1ce Pres1dent P alph Ixaley ""'-u. F res h m en Secretary Tre zsurer Carol Purdy Q T' Mary Blllas, Bxlly Barr Ruth Bates dams .1ohnAnkrom B L'tyBa11ey '11 Hot" 4-Q, VV1ll1s.m Beck Jacquehne Beetler Jack Bennett P.1tr1c1a Bennett Llnda Best Douglas Boldon 'ti ,o 'TI Patsy Casto, Orval Clegg Rxchard Crooks Nma Booth Norman Bradley Eddre Burns X we in Whse 'hz 4. E zmesl Sherry Elhotl Charlene Frsher hllen Dean Frances Drxa Karen Eagleson Susan Q'-sv f"" -Q Q 1' 5. 1 -. nune, D2-1.V1LlG1ll.CSP1C , Paul Cove Barbara Gardner, Carol Caves, karen Gee, Paul Ge Q 4 'Q N Q Q' Q' 1 Ce .sf 7 1 ' - er, Thomas Headley, Evelyn H1ll, Leanna H111 Jenny Hall, Lena Harvey, James Haus ' .f - gi Y :QF 42 "" QI "" ff , y 1 r , 125 " ' ' 5 X , . , ' - ' Us pu Q Q 'b ' , , - 1 y , N x' K. , ' V . , Y" ."' ' ' , , , 'V , , . Y ,lr f Q ' 4? 1' f e -1. ' ' 'Ph' ' 'Q 'lu S' ' N . a so- -in A , 5 'si J ' ' . - . o , -l . Y r M y Q .a - , 3' I .. e Q , -- X., I A X Gary A , ' , e ' ' 1 , ' 1 ' ' , '. . v- f wk 7 5 . Q 'Q' A M' M . . 3 ' R- , , , . - - Q .. - y N., .,, ,A 5 y I e, l X 1 ,A ' . ' H ' 3 U 5 1 ' . A 1 . ' V I 7 7 ' ,N , ,, T I 'Z 4- .., K : - A - ug ' ' ' . . D - - i v . X - A rr A l. A f . Y V 3 ll 3 7 ' :Mx 'I , ' 1 1 .ry 5, , ' 4- fa- 'A 'Qi 'Q 7.x 1' rf' in - ,- - -1 A 1 1 3 1 ' 1 f 3 f I w D f ' 1 7 1 Y " Y Y I fe 1? x , l Wx ' VA is fm I X ,Q Q , I . Y , , 4 5 , . L w, , , " I f V 7:05 if ov ,K Richard l-l1ll Els1e Hoschar Mary Hudak, Frances Hunslcker Patr1c1a Hunslcker Sandra Hupp P f7? Q' vd Carol Jacoby Dt1v1d Jagers Carl Jtnltrns Thomas Jenkms Ernest Johnson Robert Johnstone NN I' Shlrley Jones Mona Kehres Donna Kelley Bruce Kmg Edna Klrkbrxde John Klrkham '43 .4 Paul Lee Calvrn Lxndemuth Daud Locke Carolyn Mames Mrke McCoy Juamta McEwen n- r'- 'S sa. G.. K K l IX .ff Bllly McEwen Henry Mlchael, Rlchard Mmer Joyce Mohan Charles Moore James Negley A Gordon Nelson Ins Newell Dor1s Norms Charlene Part1n Everett Pauley James Pauley l"5r4 " 'S -m A Wg 1. Ah. 1 Vxctor Plshney, Kenneth Pontxus, Gary Putchard, Naomr Prurtt, Drck Rlchards, Paul Rockenfelder. j ,gn . .. .. A 4' x' I . .3 , if ry A r 5 x 4 K " 'I 1 rr-'W ix 4 'P 1' - A- I hx, ,Q 4 s . ,lx , ' A r N , . Q N x N . . . l . u , , . . . 7 . ' Q P41 'vw ' g , 'N ff- A ,I 'J U i is Q -s ' D- 1 ill ' J ' ' - - J X ' s ' X 1 E' ' 1 ls.. . 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A A Q ' U 'Q 4-fe. - 4 f 0 .. 1 Q , any K S' .. I P uv an I :Ahv :,f ' .5.,, V -.P X 4 ,V YA Q I Ai I All le.. ,T H Bell Smith, Douglas Stacy, Frank Stewart, Bill Strausser, Fay Stumphi, Carol Suffecool. H , " raven .9 -it "' 5, q y 4? 5 ' .413 ,xi . fu ' el I gtg! ,A'- "' me gg, 1 4Q.4 ' ""' X E D it it-f S X 'f we ' 2 it lj 1 we John Suzelis, Joseph Tancos, Jerry Taylor, Gary Tennefoss, Claudia Thomas, Richard Thomas. f' f " 3 ,I V ffl' ,AVL gy' ,M fr. 14721. x , nksfm To . , . .rein Jack Utley, Julia Vayner, Ronald Wamcr, Mary Watters, Naomi Wilhehan, Judy Williams. D F Q, ke., .A F N- . I: :A K L, L, .F V T., r . ,- K. T ..- ' A , ,. T " -, 5 5 'J I -.e--' ,war If' V I 'I' . bl: if K ""' All 1 jg ,rf A George Wilson, Frank Wilson, William Wilson, Darlene Wood, Thomas Richards, Norma Hayes. f' . NOT PICTURED: Charles Henderson, John Hiueges, rem Polefko, Judi Wheeler 42 I Jerry Peterson ' 1 A I . A wifskwg I. ',D',af5Q- .. r Vi h" wg M J , ,wi x f if v 1.1 f x ,af ...K-,K ' 1 3 f K v v lkbj, ,wgkww xf 1' "xiii ggiavfi 1' -,ta mjgfi, A , . f - 1 in kv ,QM 21' J' ,ha My x. ffl" ax 'Q .gs lx.'Q',. ' 'Q N 3 . 3,25 , -me f? ikilj' 1 ,ix NI Q?"-' STANDING, left to right: Mr. Holb, J. Smith, Dale Moser, editor, Mr. Brady, advi- , , sor. SEATED: H. Bingham, G. Bandi, M. Maksim, P. Sveda, A. Synder, M, Oppef- S man,A. Owen, V. Smith. Log There are few free evenings for a yearbook editor. Dale Moser works on the Pirate's Pride layout. I W, . s...,,,,k One of the most demanding extra -curricular ac- tivities is the preparation of the Pirates' Log, the Southeast High School yearbook. Work on next years annual must begin even before the previous year's annual is completed, and must continue through the summer months. Business problems are real, for the yearbook is the students biggest financial venture, and the prob lems in layout, copy, and photography demand the best work from students of uncommon ability. l . x Wil' - x' X ,TX Pirates Pride STANDING, L. to R., are the members of the staff: H. Thomas, M. Williams, M. Aberegg, C. Huffman, A. Linde- muth, A. Sillaman, J. Ankrom, T. Patton, D. Moser. SEATED on the window sill in thc rear, J. Jackson, F. King, T. Kaley, C. Carter. SEATED at the table, C. Hutton, L. Martin, Mrs. Thomas, advisor, E. Riggenbach, M. Nelson, T. Pol. Approximately twice a month on Friday afternoon, the Pirate 's Pride is distributed to the student body. Five cents brings the reader an up to date account of school news and information concerning coming events. Through working with the Pirate's Pride, students of the journalism class gain a knowledge of journalistic problems and have an opportunity to write creatively. ,, .Z NG . we ffl' '55 1 , X OO OCQO if goo ' 1 QB ' oil- a yy. .ffiffw , .trot Y ocvljchjbr rj ol 01? of T T.. 6,35 :X XX so .1 -3 99-5 me rig' CXEQISSJL use iq 89 tiff, sown u 07 an err oval Q51 Hi-Tri BACK ROW, L. to R.: B. Donham, B. Jenkins, L. Kerr, A. Thompson, K. Boldon, J. Tomlinson, C. Carter, D. Hughes, D. Kelly, S. Elliott. SIXTH ROW: E. Skilton, M. Heft, L. Sanders, J. Thomas, L. Thorpe, C. Lavo, F. Stafford, D. Norris, C. Thomas. FIFTH ROW: C. Hutton, A. Owen, R. Sickle, L. Martin, R. Gump, D. Lewis, M. Williams, L. Harvey, R. Bates, P. Casto, S. Schneeberger. FOURTH ROW: E. Jones, T. Zelack, A. Stafford, S. Roosa, M. Jagers, C. Blasen, J. Schneebergcr, A. Hupp, G. Bishop, V. Loomis, S. Kitchen. THIRD ROW: D. Don ohue, J. Shearer, S. Bruey, R. Diehl, L. Karathanos, N. Kays, K. Hammer, F. Dria, M. Ballas, C. Partin, C Gaves SECOND ROW: E. Hoschar, L. Gadd, E. Dean, B. Reed, M. Opperman, C. Tomlinson F. Htmsicker B Pinlcard S. Hill, P. Burkey, D. Bell. FIRST ROW: J. Strausser, J. Llewellyn, M. Cove, Mrs. Davis, D. Moser, McEwen,,P. I-lunsickcr, L. Best, S. Ernest, C. Fisher, J. Greathouse, E. Hill, S. Miner. The objectives of Hi-Tri are: The development of leadership and a co -operative spirit among the girls. To provide worthwhile and entertaining programs for teachers and students. To develop high ideals and morals and a desirable spirit among its members. The club is one of the most active, undertaking many worthwhile projects. In October the club succeeded in collecting twenty bags of clothing for distribution overseas. The traditional Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter programs were conducted again this year with the assistance of local ministers. Two bright spots on the Hi-Tri calendar are the Christmas Dance and the Mother -Daughter banquet. 47 Student Council loc D Moser S Schre el L Martin J Baile C Lindemuth M Maksim J SEATED fromL. to R.: I. Spur k, . , . pp , . , . y, . . , . , . Smith, A. Stafford, R. Hill, L. Best, L. Owen, H. Bingham, J. Sveda, D. Bostwick, M. Nelson. STANDING: Mr. R. Ludick. A long list of accomplishments indicated that this year's Stu- dent Council was even more active than usual. The printing and selling of basketball programs, the buying of basketball uniforms the repair of room identification signs, and the purchase of re- creation equipment are some of the projects completed. The purpose of the council is to create better fellowship and understanding between the faculty and students and among the students themselves. 48 115555 National Honor Society FRONT ROW of Left group, STANDING L. to R., H. Bingham, J. Schneeberger, E. Simpons. MIDDLE ROW of Left group, L. Owen, L. Martin. BACK ROW of Left group, Mrs. Morsch, advisor, D. Reed, J. Sveda, D. Hargett. STANDING in middle group, K. Boldon, P. Johnson, L. Thorpe, J. Thomas, officers of the club. RIGHT GROUP FRONT ROW, D. Moser, P. Bell, L. Lee, G. Bandi. MIDDLE ROW of Right group, A. Owen, D. Lewis, A. Brun- stetter. BACK ROW of Right Group, A. Schneider, J. Smith, S. Simon, M. Maksim. The National Honor Society is composed of students who have attained the four required traits- scholarship, leadership, service and character. Candidates eligible for membership were voted upon by the high school faculty, and those elected 5 2 ' 3' E were inducted on February 6. in a special cere- mony. IATIOKAL W QCIITY N Z il Hi-Y Composed of Junior and Senior boys, the Hi-Y club is interested in promoting clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living, The three officers, Randy Williams, Ronnie Tackett, and Walter Calvin, are seated in the back row, In the FRONT ROW, from L. to R. are: The advisor, Mr. Ames, H, Thomas, D. Haiflich, F, King, SECOND ROW: R, Pruitt, P. Johnson, T. Pol, R. Hughes. THIRD ROW: E, Riggenbach, P. Sveda, B, Martin, J, Smith. Future Teachers of America Grading Papers and substituting for teachers are two of the duties of members of the Sarah C. Caldwell, or FTA club. Pictured below are: FIRST ROW, L, to R.: M. Opperman, M. I-left, N, Cooper, N. Hauek, M. Gove, J. Tomlinson. SECOND ROW: M, Maksim, I, Spurlock, R. Deihl, A. Owen, R, Sickle, A. Lindemuth. THIRD ROW: D. Hughes, P. Quinn, M. Williams, D. Lewis, S. Miner, G. Bandi. BACK ROW: The Advisor, Miss Brunn K. Boldon, J. Strausser, J. Reynolds, J. Llewellyn, L, Thorpe. ! BACK ROW, L. to R.: L. Martin, C. Hutton, V. Loomis, E. Showers, M. Grove, B. Jen- kins, F. Stafford. FOURTH ROW: Miss Zapka, C. Eber- ling, M, Nelson, B. Miller, D, Donahue, S, Hill, S. Kitchen, J. Greathouse, THIRD ROW: M, Jagers, E. Jones, T, Ze- lack, S. Vair, V. Smith, S. Ellison, H. Pruitt. SECOND ROW: B, Pinkard, E, Skilton, A. Jones, E. Jones, M, Peter- son, E. Bailey. FIRST ROW: L. Sanders, C, Blasens, S, Schneeberger, C. Huffman, L, Gadd, B, Dillon, M, Abberegg, N. Kays. Q' Future Secretaries Club The Future Secretary's Club was organized this year under the leadership of Miss Zapka. The objective of the club is to provide a means of creating better fellowship and understanding of the business world, and to learn the character- istics of a good secretary. The club colors are pink and white. On March 4, the official installation of officers and members was held at the school at 8:00 p.m. Miss Zapka conducted the installation and then turned the meeting over to the club president, Carol Hutton, who introduced the guest speaker, Future Nurses Club The Future Nurses' Club was established to cultivate an interest in nursing among the girls. Some of their projects include touring various hospitals and receiving films and lectures on nursing. SEATED from L. to R. are: Mrs. Given, the advisor, B, Pruitt, W. Morgan, A. Brunstetter, P, Burkey, S, Bruey, J. Shearer. SECOND ROW: C, Tomlinson, B. Reed, M. Opperman, C, Thomas, S. Hupp, L, Best, M, Jones, T. Patton. THIRD ROW: J. Strausser, P. Bell, J. Hill, P. Inks, A. Hayes, J, Schneeberger, N. Hoskins. xl' s Future Farmers of America BACK ROW, L. to R.: D. Richards, A. Zavara, J. Jenkins, D. Boldon, I.. Szirver, R. Savage. SEC- OND ROW: W. Calvin, B. Strausser, C. Wilson, R. Hughes, B. Hi1legas,H. Thomas, D. Hargett, B. Humming, R. Savage. FIRST ROW: B. Vogel, D. Lytlc, M. Westover, T. Bamcr, K. Pontius, N. Bradley, J. Shcwell, and the club advisor, Mr. Boldon. ' AHIRI Cu wr 5 Nzxt A In 05110 , 4 S ,1 LW ,OA QQ CQIILFLTRSD J ., , y'-,' 1 2 :pw X qu Go " - 4'-yb W X-S Fling? 'N 5 VX ' : --Q 1' .X I., ,- 4 In XM W N, 1, Having as its purpose the study of modern effi- cient farming, the FFA has a year-round program. In addition to sponsoring the annual Sadie Hawkins Day Dance, the chapter this year held a raffle and square dance on March 29, and a banquet April 10. At spring evaluation, the secrerary's book rated second and the treasurer 's hook rated third in the district. ..fLi8 Varsity "S" The Varsity "S" club was organized in 1952 for improvement of athletics. Eligibility for membership in the club is determined by participation in athletics. Varsity cheerleaders are the only fem ale members of the organization. SEATED, L. to R. in the FIRST ROW are: M. Williams, L. Sanders, H. Retherford, M. Westover. SECOND ROW: D. Lewis, R. Tackett, J. Stefansic, T. Pol. THIRD ROW: R. Pruitt, E. Riggenbach, D. Sampson, J. Bailey. FOURTH ROW: R. Williams, S. Jackson, J. Pol, M. Maksim. FIFTH ROW: H. Montgomery, B. Forney, C. Hum- mer, J. Martin. SIXTH ROW: The organization advisor, Mr. Wright, J. Strausser, D. Reagan. Safety Council The Safety Council is a non-profit organization. whose membership is open to anyone wishing to join. Its main purpose is to maintain and promote safety. The High School Bus Patrol is appointed and supervised by the Safety Council. This year the members of the Council went on a field trip to Ravenna, and toured the Portage County Prison and witnessed a trial in the traffic court. SEATED from I.. to R. in the FIRST ROW are: E. Skilton T. Pat- ton, M. Jones, S. Sehneeberger, N. Cooper, J. Strausser, J. Reynolds, J. Llewellyn, C. Carter, E. Showers,,A. Thompson, B. Pruitt, B. Dillon. SECOND ROW: W. Wilson, D. Bostwick, J. Garvin, C. Carter, F. King, P. John- son, L. Waltz, D. Byrnes, J. Schilling, J. Shewell. J. Dourm, and the advisor, Mr. Cain. XXX SEATED from L to R are the members of the Cafeteria Staff D Richards, R. Tackett, J. Thomas, That mad dash for the cafeteria is char- acteristic of almost any high school. The dash is rewarded at Southeast with a rapid moving lunch line and well-balanced meals The school is fortunate in having a very modern, well-equipped kitchen. The fa- cilities are frequently used by local organi- zations for banquets and other social affairs. K Q Libra ry Staff The library staff consists of a group of students interested in books. They assist the school librarian, Mrs. Heim, in keeping the records of withdrawn and overdue books, and in maintaining a quiet atmosphere suitable to the students' needs in their reference work, SEATED from Left to Right are: L. Kerr, B, Pruitt, R, Diehl, J, Strausser, J. Llewellyn. STANDING: Mrs. Heim, J. Tomlinson, L, Best and A, Owen, All if The members of the school office staff receive much practice in general office work, Their duties include everything from issuing scotch tape to typing tests. Under the supervision of the school secretary, Mrs. Vogel, they perform any and all tasks which may be assigned to them. This experience may prove a great help to the following girls when they seek employment, Left to Right: V. Smith, J, Beetler, F, Stafford, L. Thorpe, S, Simon, B. Clark, J, Hill, M. Opperman, N, Hauck, M. Nelson, J, Cory, and L. Martin. 55 Chorus At Christmas time the story of "The Other Wise Man was told by Mrs. Pfeiffer interspersed with carols from the chorus. FIRST ROW, L. to R.: C. LaVo, L. Gadrl, B. Pruitt, W. Morgan, P. Bell, A. Thompson. C. Eberling, H. Bingham, D. Lewis, N. Cooper, N. l-lauek, B. Clark. SECOND ROW: L. Sanders. I. Spurlock, A. Suzclis, J. Ankrom, B. Donham, M. Williams, R. Diehl, S. Vair, V. Smith, M. Aberegg, S. Miner. THIRD ROW: D. Miner, D. Locke, C. Moore, T. Scott, J. Kirkham, B. Martin, R. Williams, T. Pol, D. McPcak, J. Williams, W. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: F. Stew- art, M. Seems, J. Pauley, R. Johnstone, E. Johnson, B. Suffeeool, B. Peterson, J. Jaclmon, D. Tackett, M. Hill, B. Watson, G. Pol, A. Zavara. ...Q-f1...,,r . . ..1,',. ""5""' '- ' H. st-mm-xg". ,' 5 ,, g in Q, --L.. e C I ' .L .. ' f .'.. ij C., .Q 7 -Q ' ' .Ising Q , x, 1 gr Jr ' 'l grgggfffffsf ' J bf .:. '1 xr xx k.!f'IOt45 ' 8 C5-lee Club STANDING, L. to R.: D. Bell, J. Hickman, E. Bailey, E. Jones, P. Inks, B. Miller, T. Zelack, C. Tomlinson, K. Boldon, J. Tomlinson. MIDDLE ROW: J. Hill, G. Bishop, C. Blasen, A. Hupp, T. Patton. S. Hill, L. Kerr. FRONT ROW: H. Pruitt, S. Ellison, G. Lelvlon, B. Dillon, B. Pinkard, G. Brumbaugh. Under the direction of Mr. Stanley Wagy, the vocal de- partment contributed much to the school program. The chorus' excellent renditions of several of the best known Christmas carols, presented for the student body at the an- nual Christmas program, prompted the Hi-Tri club 's request of them to sing two selections for the Easter services. In September, some of the vocal students went to Kent to participate in the County Chorus. 57 The lack of any music program in the school year 1953-54 has made the building of the band a difficult task. However, an evening 's concerts assures that the efforts have been successful and worthwhile. Pride in membership, enthusiastic support on the part of the students, financial aid by the Booster 's Club, and the talented efforts of the director, Mr. Dubsky, are responsible for the band 's success. The band 's half-time programs at the football games provided colorful entertainment and the pep band pro- vided music and support for the cheering section at the football and basketball game. A high point near the end of the school year came on the night of May 10 with the band's participation in the annual music festival. Band BACK ROW, Standing, L, to R.: E. Johnson, A. Sillaman, Mr, Dubsky. THIRD ROW: J. Hall, M. Watters, M. Gove, R. Williams, R. Caldwell, E. Jones, B. McEwen, D, Stacy, B. Hanning. SECOND ROW: E. Kirkbride, J. Williams, H. Thomas, I, Spuxlock, C. Fisher, J. Pahls, J. Taylor, B. Vogel. FIRST ROW: A, Owen, R. Diehl, J Schneeberger, A. Suzelis, J. Tomlinson, D, Thomas. A M.-Q-'.,,.v sl ..-1--"""M' ' L Hardly anyone can resist the splendor of a parade with its brilliant colors, marching bands, and blaring f trumpets. , Majorettes, contributing to the beauty and ex- citement of any parade, sometimes make concen- tration on the rest of the band difficult. Ours are no exception. Mary Maksim, the head majorette, plays the baritone. Nelia, second from the left, plays per- cussion instruments, Mary Ann Heft supports the flute section, and Judy Schneeberger takes her place in concerts with the clarinets. I - Band BACK ROW, Standing, L. to R.: B, Border, P. Stahl, M. Opperman, A. Thompson, N. Kays. SECOND ROW: L. Waltz, D. Byrns, S. Schreppel, S. Kitchen, A. Hayes, P. Johnson, D. Boldon, A, Schneider, S, Roosa, FIRST ROW E. Simpson, M. Heft, T, Schall, C. Kirkham, P. Hunsicker, L, Karathanos, M. Maksim. :O . 9 I XQ' xx Z ' . 9 A .. - 1' ' i 5 J 1' 'I C f 'f In Q" 1 .,.' ' . 'Q 3 4' 5' ,I D ' Nr , I I 3. x .V - ' ls 'f 'I 6 71 a , . sh " ' I 54 ' 44 4- ll 6 c. W 0 Q ,, ' 'Z f Q JI . Q 2- ,, .1 , - N as Nb' Q0 O QI s ,. ' H Q we ,-L , . 'Its .. 5, 56 .gl Q Music Club BACK ROW, I.. io R.: B. MarLin. R. Caldwell. P. Johnson, B. Hanning. P. Hill, H. Brumbaugh, J. Collins, D. Hoglc, T. Pcl. J. Pol. TENTII ROW: R. Hughes. D. Suffccool. J. Pahls, D. Bostwick, D. McPcali, H. Thomas, E. Riggen- bach. R. Taciaeti. J. l1a'ley. NINTH ROW: C. Jacoby, S. Elliott, C. Eberling. W. Calvin. R. Williams, D. Byrns, L. Waltz. J. 'T.ii,l.1r, Sapp, B. McEwen. EIGHTH ROW: J. Thomas, B. Dillon, D. Norris, C. Thomas, S. Miner, D. Hughes. I. Spurlocla. E. Hiiley, A. I,indemiuli. J. Cory. A. Suzelis. SEVENTH ROW: W. Morgan, S. Hupp, E. Jones, S. Vair, T. Yelaek. M. Jones, IL. Lee. Bruey, NI. Maksiin, J. SLramser, B. Donham. SIXTH ROW: L. Thorpe, R. Gumip. INI. 'x'v'illianis. li. Clark, P. Quinn, S. Simon, lf. Skillon, N. Hoskins, E, Johnson. A. Hayes, F. Dria. FIFTH ROW: N. Cooper. J. Hill, L. Sanders. NI. llcft, S. Schnecbcrger. A. Thompson, K. Boldon, J. Tomlinson, V. Loomis, N. Haucl.. D. Lewis. FOURTII ROW: B. Pruitt. T. P9.1U.OIl.S, Hill, C. Bancli, R. Sickle, A. Owen, P. Stabl, C. Tom- linson, S. Roosa, Schreppcl, A. Stafford. THIRD ROW: C. Blasen, G. Bishop, A. Hupp, S. Ellison, J. Wanh, H. Pruiti. N. Kays. L. Karathanos, R. Diehl. C. Suffeeool, M. Oppcrman. SECOND ROW: D. Moser, N. Booth, M. Cove, J. Llewellyn, B. Recd. L. Jones. K. Eaglcson, M. Jagers, lf. Sandrock, B. Miller, L. Cadd, J. Schnceberger. FIRST ROW: V. Carlson, C. Kirkliam. J. Hill, P. Bell. C. Housel. J. Williams, J. Reynolds, E. Kirkbride, L. Best, S. Miner. Szzidehrs win enjoy good music fi id ir .1 pleasure to be a rneizibcr cf rlic Southeast Music Club. It was established iu 1954 ro promote an iureresr iii music giriiwng the srudcuts. Iu addition to the Music Club parties held for the meni- bers. me club sponsors niauy assemblies. Each year a talent show is produced for which acts are auditioned from both thc grade schools sud rhe high school. This years show displayed a wide variery of talent from vocal solos and baron ri-qirliiig in gi rrampoliue exhibiiiou. 6 O Homecoming -s. " " W ,Dil M Q r, i 43,3 , a r 3 if When Jack Bailey captain of the football team, crossed the floor toward the queen's throne with Diane Lewis, he had on his arm one of the prettiest Homecoming queens ever to reign at Southeast. Diane and her attendants, Mary Maksim, Nancy Hauck, Lizabeth Grindley, Margaret Williams, Judy Schneeberger, and Emily Sandrock, escorted by members of the foot- ball team, almost succeeded in making the gymnasium a palace for the moments of the crowning ceremony. The Homecoming game this year was played at the rented Newton Falls stadium. Again, Queen Diane and her attendants added to the beauty of the evening as they took their places in the parade, seated in convertibles. 9 l X fgjlbi Upper classmen gathered to- gether May 11, at Round-Up Lake for the social event of the high school year--the Junior-Senior Prom. A gala affair, the event is traditionally sponsored by the Jun iors as a farewell gesture for the soon-to-graduate Seniors. P. J. Ryal's orchestra provided music for the dancing which lasted X, 1 .. Q from nine to twelve, and the set- ting was perfect for a romantic evening. The weather proved agreeable, too, and some of the couples took walks by the lake or just stood out on the patio and talked. The Prom this year caused a great deal of controversy. It was thc first time this dance had ever been held away from the school gym, and in the minds of most, the attempt was quite successful. The evening was met with mixed emotions--the Juniors, excited and gay, were attending their first Prom, and the Seniors, starry-eyed and sentimental, were a bit sad at this, the last of their high school dances. Junior-Senior Prom All in all, the prom committees did a tremendous job, making it a wonderful and memorable occasion for everyone who attended. 6 3 Dances '-SY a J It is customary for the seniors to sponsor u formal dance called the "Snowball Dance". This year, however, since it came near Valeutine's Day. it was called the "King and Queen of Hearts Dance". Jackie Powell and John Collins were the two seniors picked to reign over the dance. The decorating committee outdid themselves by creating a castle effect with huge white columns and a beautiful blue ceiling. The giant-size King and Queen of llearts cards, which decorated the regal throne, were drawn and painted by Dale Moser and the large paper heart by Jackie Powell and Mr. Brady One ofthe less formal dances of the year is the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. The girls are re- quired to ask the boys for dates, and then dress as Dogpatch characters for the dance. s' X ! N YQ 12 1" ix HW if 1, af' ffi B5 I, A X 6 1 ! II if '12 , N 2 Q ex J A 3 T A, 4' 'Q Talent Show One of the most anticipated events of the year is the Music Club Talent Show, for here the most promising young entertainers are given a chance to "show their stuff". Between the acts the teachers form their German Band and offer some comedy along with good music to the show. This year the lst prize was divided into two, one each for the grade school and high school acts. Betty Tackett was the winner of the prize for the grade school singing "Over the Rainbow", while Dave McPeak and Eddie Riggenbach on the trampoline won first prize for the high school. 1 E E 5 1 l A W f 17 Q V 5-,Z b E A' M 54- ,sp I if" I -V' f ' ' rf- is f r 4 ip' 1 Xxx .ik s , or is gn . ,ix ai I L-Mk' " rm . wt-7! Cb' k T With the crucial hour drawing near, the seniors busily add a few last minute touches. The director lifted his baton, and with the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" filling the air the 65 members of the senior class entered the auditorium for the commencement exercises. This, the last of their high school assemblies was to bring to a close the long struggle. They accepted their diplomas with mixed emotions. For some it was the end of their schooling, for others it meant years of college A ahead. For all it meant the beginning of a whole new life. 'gi . 2 Linda Tho ' IPB . diploma to heir Lzlliilgtodan, proudly displ ' aY5 her Commencement Nervously awaiting their cue, the seniors have a chance to look back on the many friendships and familiar fun. They bid farewell to these and many other happy memories t.hat fill the halls of the dear old alma mater. fix? Yr be ruffle a -Qll ini' 4 'I Q- " ATm.ETICS or -' Lowell Powers Eddxe Rlggenbach Jerry Pol Terry P01 Don Reagan R.1ght end Guard Tackle Tackle Half back NOT PICTURED Jack Ba11ey Captam J1m Stephansmc Quaxte rback Dave Boldon LeCoy Lewzs Frank Stewart Dlck Rmhards 2,6 STANDING, Left to Rlght Coaches Wnght, McKenna, and Ll.1d1Ck Otha Jenluns, Charles Schaeffer, Ronme Tackett Jrm Jones, Jack Bzuley, Edd1e Rlggenbach, Terry Pol, Howard Thomas, and Roland Pfllltt Sept Sept Se pt Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Atwater Kent State Rootstown Wmdham Crestwood Twlnsburg Newton Falls North Jackson Newton Falls Newton Falls Senior Players Football Squad FIRST ROW, Left to Rlght Coach Ludxck, D Westover,G Pntchard,D Gr1ff1th C Dav1s,F Stewart D Russell,B Wason, B Smlth D Byrns T Jenk1ns,O Clegg P Gove,D Sampson SECOND ROW R Hughes,J Schaeffer, R Tackett, J Jones, E Rlggenbach, J Balley T Pol, H Thomas, R Prurtt, H Retherford H Montgomery, J Gregory THIRD ROW Coach Wnght D Savage,D Boldon, M H111 P Sveda, J Mart1n,D M1zer,J Lauffer,J Herron, C Hammer,D Reagan,J StCph2.DS1C B Forney, S Jackson, L Lewrs, R Savage, Coach McKenna 2 g 3 ff'-xv l xlrs L f ,M ta M ww-diff Q az ,. fx I 3 f nga' ' as Eff? 95, :W s ,nv u Mg, ' BM - AL! ag, E .fi 'EAM ,:. -,ww 4 ,L z 41 '32 Q 'ff . A., , -.M K 3 . , 3 J' ,Mk AUM K1 LH. 3 .15 '53 ' M' 2--A Two of the most outstanding sports of the year were football and basketball. Others included baseball, golf, and a bowling team whicn was organized at the beginning of the year but was dropped. Both of these sports provided for many entertaining pep rallies and other activities. The best-pep-rally award went to the Hi-Y Club for the second straight year. The traditional bon-fire pep rally was held at which the spectators witnessed the burning of a member of the opposing team. The Student - Faculty basketball game saw the faculty vic- torious while the students returned with a win in the baseball game. ,Agn """Nx Xl-3'-,A ' X Y 1. W-Yr 1 Gene Barr Paris Eighth Grade 'Z ,FIV B111 Lark Barbara S androc k Lynn Tomlmson David Brunstetter Charlotte Headley Carol Mackev X, 4 Mary Ann Showers 11 Terry Westover 'UQ Mary Ann Gump John Henderson Z Barbara Owen Betty Tackerr 5 Darlene Wfute Shlrley Gr1ff1th Lmda Jagers Patncxa R1chards Herbert Tomlmson -vm Tlna Wllhelm , . ,K , h M 1 K H W Q f N -sr X , l ,L N ' 1' 1. , r X17 A 0 1 FM ' 2 . , ' ' ' Q fox Q' f .x ir S re 5 . - I K ! :ws x I ' ' T m tl ,W .rv V 4 ., Q 1 W KN., Xe m 2 A 'fl ' . S ix 1' in X, A x- Ns . .N y V4 V wi, M ' , X - V . 1 'X Q . 1' ' V -0 f Q' Seventh Grade FRONT ROW Left to Ri ht: K. Westover . S E. Rockenfelder, S. Opperman, J. Mackay: K. Griffith, K. Hauser, W. Richards, D. Hornoff, R. Gargano. SECOND ROW: E. Neass, B. Barr, T. Wilhelm, K. Gadd, B. King, S. Hamer, L. Watters, N. Gillepsie, W. Retherford, R. Bates. THIRD ROW: L. Harner, D. Bailey, L. Salasky, A. Tomlinson, R. Kolovich, H. Carretson. Fifth Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Schilling, P. Ufert, M. Bell, J. Meadows, J. Suffecool, J. Ankrom, S. Sari. SECOND ROW: N. Thorpe, R. Hoskins, B. Heath, B. Hauser, L. Wilson, S. Prusky, N. Mackey, J. Heft. THIRD ROW: E. Wells, K. Williams, J. Heath, H. Smith, D. Corbett, L. Woolard, R. Gillespie, E. Ankrom, M. Williams. Facult FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Mrs. D. Wintermute Mrs. M. Williams, Mrs. E. Richards, Mrs. A. Magnuson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. E. Neass, Mrs. E. Harris, Mr. C. Hick1e,,Principal, and Mrs. B. Dickerhoof. Sixth Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Bell, B. Champlin, C. Conley, C. Bailey, S. Gaves, P. King, B. Zemlock. SECOND ROW: M. Williams, N. White, T. Harvey, J. Tarr, R. Mitchell, J. Reynolds, C. Kirkland, S. Bungard. Fourth Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Rrght D Farrno, K Shrllrng D Evans J Rockenfelder, K Gattetson Cumberledge, D Rockenfelder, S Anderson, P Hoffman, C Tackett SECOND ROW Mrs Harns, K Waters, A Mrtchell, J Jagers, D Gordon, M Force, K McCarthy, K McCla1n, W Westover, J Rrchards Second Grade FRONT ROW Left to Rrght A Schrllrng, R Corbett, D Showers N Heft, G Westover, C Headle P D1.Ll1e, R Robmson, D Gnffrth SECOND ROW L Pardee D Jagers, S W11hams,B Whrte, L Roberts, B Adk1ns,O Lrttle A Heath, Harvey Mrs W1ntermute Third Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Rrght R Ufert, S Woolard, D Homof Shrrley Be11,A Conley G Hill, D Hauser, D Garretson,D Bethel, J Sharrer SECOND ROW R Drckerhoof, C Van Steenberg R Klng P Ch.1p , S D1l1on,J Bethe1,D Stout,H Cavm, J Showers, D Showers Robmson, B Klng THIRD ROW Mrs Rlchards, J Adkms, J Tomlmson, K Shanks, D Llttle, M Hamer, W Kzrkland, E Hauck, M Snyder, D Jagers, B Woolard, R Turner First Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Rrght L Moats, L Herrod, B Lrttle, D Gump, D Mackey, M Prusky, L Westover, J Lattea, B Hauser, Turner SECOND ROW L Garrettson, T Gordon, L Lattea, C Robrnson, D Rockenfelder, M Ramsey D Retherford,D Gnifrth E Turner,A Jones, N Robmson THIRD ROW A Magnuson, R K1 , N M1tCh8u,D Watters,D Partm, L Krrkland, T Rach, J Nerss, R Barley, L. Byrne. . , . , . . . ,L. I 0 E 1 . . . L' 'I fu x Z . ' . ', " X f Q , . ' . . I K W' "P . . . Y Q' O b A . A 1 1. , . ,, . , . . " I ' ' , l . , I .W , e' X' J ' . ' . ,: N .' , ' : . . . , ' 1 - . 1 l Q ay, a n : 'n , ' . ' .'. , . M. , . . . . V. , 1 O.. ' , 77 Cheerleaders Safety Patrol Basketball Band up - 1 -1'-Q Walter Aberegg Palmyra Eighth Grade Mary Fetherolf 2 Kelth Hannmg .edit -'ff Davxd Lash 4- 41' 'WMU' fs- ' A Myron Allman 4" Donald Brurnbaugh 'Q' Rlchard Flrck 'i B111 Hennmg Joe Levels M 19 xg " f'5 f as J' ' g 4 vi V--I rf Paul Braunns 'C Robert Brumbaugh 0? Danrel Franc es ff Denms H111 C5-" Frank Mxzer -if si Edward Brotherton Joan Corbett Davld Frances 'Dv Gary Kmg M Sandra Montgomery O . .. Y N I 'ax 5 u M m- it N 4 W5 1 N- .T A, , N ' if ii N fn I Q A' ' j ri ' ' 1 xx Q V 1 , S d, , , '3- XX 11 L V . 3 . . A A MN? I J A' 1 A p if Su ..- 'f - X 1 ' xr '1 A' iv 5 V .. ,I Q A ' ' ,fi 1 .s M .Aye f fn . Q, . - y 3 Q . 'fs .- 'f' X.. -1 John Moore Lem Pinka,-d F 'QU SH. ' 535 'Q . - "' f 'R 4 'fx 4. 5 1 ri Alvin Pruitt , X A Frank Sherwood 'tv fl Paul S1ckle Shirley Street Nodean Pmkard Seventh Grade FRONT ROW, Left to Rlght R S1ck1e, C Pmkard, K Greathouse R Vmeyard, H Spencer, P Steele, J Sanders, M Cottrell SECOND ROW S Braunns, J Toth, E IVI31't1I1,G Jones, F Hayes, Kehres, J Henmng, P Steele THIRD ROW M Debelyak B Ables, W Smlth, S Challstrom J P1nkard,D Lewls, R Cam Smlth, J Re1d Facult FRONT ROW, LefttoR1ght Mr J Re1d,M1S I Martln, Mrs N Spencer, Mr R Baldwm SECOND ROW Mrs L Hutton, Mrs Hlckle Mrs S Brown, Mrs F1sher, Mrs M Smlth Qt- A ,,, it s " 1 xy ,fs . f fs X 'A ' ' : . . . ' , z ,.r,,,,i ,r... , ji . " , , X . ' . . , ' A . . - . ' he :i . , . Q . 9. - , . . u. . , C. 80 SIXTH GRADE FRONT ROW Left to R1ght C Ter lecky N Cannon, R Montgomery Bllleter R Braunns D Pauley R MCKLDZIL S Lower SECOND ROW A Lyttle W Grace R Brumbaugh, H Stewart, J Utley, J Bragg, I Moss Cottrell Mrs Hutton THIRD ROW J Prrtchard J Jackson, K Vayner, Z Benson, L Autry E PI'1,11tt,J W1nce J Kchrts FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Rrbht. R Mc Kenzre T Mart1n D Harms B Marn J M3111 B Hunslcktr B Lohr D W1lS0n N Cannon SECOND ROW T Greathouse V Rogers A Kuss, G Sampson H MCSXNQIH L George K Lash, D W1ll18IUS, M Moore THIRD ROW W Boothe C Jackson F Clrte J Claybourrt I lVIorgax Cra1g J Brumbaugh G Srcklt L Brrgg FOURTH ROVV G Mrx P Vln Steenbtrg, C Johns J Wrnct lx Donham L Thomas D Fetheroli D Cottrell C Bartholomew L-na 1 1 FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW Left to Rrght S Slckle, B Walter, D Cottrell, J Sal1sbury,'I Mart1n,C Beetler, Vmq 1rd T Marun SECOND ROW Mrs Spencer, M Debelyak J Kooynman J Lohr,J Tuta Le ett M Thornton, T M1les M Hayes THIRD ROW S Srck lt J Wamcr,C Cottrtll,J Hall D Sanders J Pont1us K Levels J Challstrom -Q-..-A., THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW Left to R1 ht Marn J Sallsbury C Ulrlch P Lake D Claybourne L Cot trell L Harrrson M Vrneyard L R1gf3LHb8.Cl1 D Sanders SECOND ROW B Ixchrts R Street B Betts, J Donharn C IVICSWHIH, M Paoluccr J H.1llock,D Gmson H Carte THIRD ROW R Rea gan J Paoluccr J Paoluccr E Jackson K l'leDH1g,D Betts J Fhck R Mxrrk S Harnson Mrs E F1shcr 1 ' a - 1 ' ' ' s . 1 . f, . , - v , s . . , . . - Q . , . ,. . ' W . , . . : - . ' y 4 . . ' t l l I 5 L n 1 , , , . . 5 , . , t . . . ' , 2 . " ' I A i - . . . ' . . J ' sy-Y , ' ' V V.. . , . . 1 '- . . s Y . . .. . L ' L 1 . ,. . ,P. LVKYY - no 1 - f 'J ' . . 2 . '- T, q - I n 3 'I 1 ' 1 - 2 L E L L L A . A 'v ' - 1 - 1- l 1 ' a - , . 3, - , Q , . . I . , . , . . Y ' V J ' l ' . . . . ,, . . , . Y, . L ,s ., ,. .,C. 1: ' , . X, . -A . 2 . ', . L- x ii . ,x V D ' 1 ' Y ' , . ', . , . , .' . I I E - ' - , as - L- ' y - 1 - 1 - 1 ' ' 1' ' s 'f '1 , . , . 4 , . I YI 3 , . . n 7 1 I . . , . , . l . , . Q V 1 'V ' r , , . 1 g I g ' J - y - 7 - s ' ls , .- . , . , . 4 ', .' , . . . FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW, Left to Rrght M Ter lecky, K McCourt, B Frantz G Morrlson, D Favors, C Benson, L 3raham,J Burger, J Carte SECOND ROW P Ables, L Clbbons, B Lake S Ul.r1ch D Marxlc J Sarnpson,B R1ggenbach, S Mlx, H Scott, N Pmkard, W B1ll1ter Tl-HRD ROW D S1ckle L Srmth E Bray, R Arn mer,D Lahr R Lohr,M Toth,D Dempsey,J Lohr,S Smlth C Pmkard. FOURTH ROW Mrs C H1ck1e, J Levels, G Benson, R Smrth, T Hal1ack,J Groves, Crarg, C H1ckle, J Van Steeberg, T Prmce PM SECOND GRADE FRONT ROW Left to R1ght. M Ma1n,N Harr1s,M McCourt, S Pon IIUS, T Jackson, B Bragg F Wrlson, R Canankamp SECOND ROW E Frantz, L Bartholomew J Johns, M Beetler S Braunns,A Sherwood, M Burger, T Rogers, R Mam THIRD ROW M Paoluccl, E Morrlson, Hallock J Russell B Pauley,C Aemmer, L Levels J Thomas, B Lusane FOURTH ROW Y Levels L Pmkard M Smxth, J Hall Kehres,C F1sher J Lew1s,G W1nce Mrs Smlth 0 BAND nn SAFETY PATROL 89 CHEERLEADERS BASKETBALL 'W Q-J CHARLESTOWN EIGHTH GRADE 'WTB .-we JXW 'W 'C 1 1 .14 rv As Al 'N F5 19455 V45 A i E-R6 Wi l 'pq 6' f David Anderson, Richard Armentrout, Kenneth Bennett, Harry Brown, Nancy Clegg, Tom Forgaes, Carl Gentme, Robert Hamlin, Sylvia Huffman, Robert Hurd, Kenneth Jenkins, Joyce Lavo, Ronald Morsch, Agnes Schnerder, Edward Skilton Margaret Spurlock, Sue Sterling, Skipper Welling Carol White 'is-'LK Bill Williams FACULTY FRONT Row, L, to R.: Mrs. Hayden, Mrs, Patch, Mr, Huston, Mrs. Dickey, Mrs L ons SECOND ROW Mrs Sie . y . : . g- fried, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Dickerhoof. SIXTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L, to R.: W, Jensen, D, Kuna, R, Bennett, J, Huff, C, Mack, D, Wadyka, C, Sprankle, C, Hayden, S, Sanders, D, Clarke, SECOND ROW: Mrs, Lyons, G, Fer- ris, J. Lewis, M, K, Branfield, C, Lynds, D, Bowen, R, Jenkins, T, Clegg, C, Ferris, K, Evans, J. Thomp- son, D, Strausser, SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L, to R.: A, Hammer, N, Wilson, L, Thomas, M, Huffman, F, Mabra, L, Richards, V, Schneider, C, Kaplanoff, L, Sly, SECOND ROW: S, Lyon, C, Bender, B, Forgacs, R. Jones, E, Lewis, R, Magnuson, J, Taylor, J. Richey, Mrs, Patch, THIRD ROW: L. Strausser, N, Wanchick, J, Eagleson, F. Gruca, R. Johnson, D, Roosa, S. Locke, R, Smith. FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L, to R.: J. Lane, R, Stamper, R, Mabra, J. Beutler, A, Keisler, M, Hall, R, Thomas, S, An- derson, P, Strausser, V. Steigerwatt, SECOND ROW: D, Davis, K, Grund Cheuvront, D, Allen, J. Cruca, M, McEwen, J. Sanders, D. Robinson, M. Scott, THIRD ROW: N, Babington, T. Forgacs, R. Morton, N, Morsch, B. Fear E, Hanna, D, Laughlin, H. Brooks, Mrs. Morton, :D- I THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R L Robmson R Morsch, K Durst, J Lavo, M Scott, B Dav1s,P Clark, R Straus ser A Johnson L Thomas SEC OND ROW P Spurlock,W Hughes M Ferns, C Thomas, R Koldcz, Sveda W Schne1der R Clegg, lx Grund THIRD ROW D Sheppard, J Boles M Hall D Hunter Cheuvront S Schnerder, G Spcck, Dlckey FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R J Huff, Moss, H Speck, S Shrewsbury, L Roosa, J Champagne, S Harfhch, C Clegg, B Strausser, D Robmson SECOND ROW B Brooks, K Kmg, D Wh1te B Kolar T Hughes B Jones THIRD ROW L R1chards N Newsome, L Sorensen S Davxs, M Kaplanoff B Ehasz, B Clark Bruckelmyer K Woods Mrs Mrller FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R R Sprankle, M Wellmg, B Strausser, L Huff, C Lewrs, C McEwen S Brooks Dav1s,D Mau11,J Locke SECOND ROW R Wllson T Roosa, B Mc Ewen D Armen1:rout,N Davls, M Sterhng, G Jenk1ns, L Kaplanoff J Wh1te,Y Ph1le,J Lane THIRD ROW M Sorensen D Wrlght, J Frame, D Rrchards, N Phelps, D Newland, C Dohn, M Gentme, E Jones, G Esworthy, D Ferns Mrs Sregfrred SECOND GRADE FRONT ROW L toR N Hurd,R Speck, R Reckner,C WIISOH T Schwab L Schayler S Sprankle R McEwen C Moore, R McEwen SECOND ROW J Perry, R M1ller, E Kneese, B Rlchey, B Bennett B Jarvrs, D Armentrout D Hunter, G Coffman R Powell S Gruca, N Roblnson THIRD ROW G Shep pard, M Jacoby, J Coffman, W Strouse, S Cheuvront, H Morvan, C Rrchards, R Strausser, M Hersa, K B1ltz,S Hayden I . , . ,L. : . ' , . . - i, I , q . I . . , 2 . , . ' . . . I, u 1 , ,, . .: . ' , , . , . - ' 2 . . , . ' . . D. , . I 7 - Y. . , . , , ,D. T, Allen, Locke, N, Richards, M, , . .: . . . . , . , . , . , . , . . .. . - . 1 , . . , . . I , . , . . . . ' .O . .: . K. 1 ' , f 7 . . , . . 2 . U, . . , . . , . . .,C. , . , . . 86 SAFETY PAT ROL CHEERLEADERS BASKETBALL TEAM jfg 1 'Q N 'X E.. if--.55 QB' q-.A I vm... DEERFIELD 0' '-Q EIGHTH GRADE 'vo' "" iii Y in.. ia' W 5- fl 'Q if-, is., -ff' 7 Q-...ff Rrta Appleby Jun Brown, Taret Bruey, Eleanor Burkey Lrnda Burkey, Wrllram Carver, Donna Casto Shuley Dean, Lmda Drehl, Patr1c1a Dourm, Conrue Earnest, Sally Elhson, Glenda Flory Bomue Henderson, Lynn Hoskms, Ford Howell Judy Jones, Marrlyn Jones, Elarne Karathanos 88 M., A M AELM- J 9' E, ff Q I 5 'Q 5 i c.. A - E ,A wx- . ' E ' ' RZ? T?- , - 5, Sf. E E E. ' . E QQ' 'hr If 71" E 'fx , 5-fs 1 5 Y M' 1 'M s E E or e.rr E E f R or f V lx S. f' xx 1, 1 N -. "' L f' X K A , ' .N i f 'R E , iv- R - as . vs..- V .th w. - 'Y I A V ' x 1 . , J I ' 404' SRX be 3 Us XL 1251- in- fs if Z is Wa. 'Q if 531 R. T Qi, L.. 7 ROW 1 J1m Karathanos, Robert Lloyd Jrm Overly, Ralph Patnck ROW 2 Lynn Powers, Rrchard Rhode Barbara Scott, Emma Shrllrng ROW 3 Denms Srllarrran, Denms Srmpkrns, Paul Weekly, Sandra Werngart ROW 4 Jerry Lynn Wllson 12' 'lu ' vw, Facult FRONT ROW, L. to R.: Mr. Hofer, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Grammer, Mrs. Fred- rick, Mrs. Humphrey. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hanning, Mrs. Chritchfield, Mrs. Vogel, Mrs. Merriel. SIXTH GRADE FRONT Row, L to R J Karathanos, C Byms, L Walte S Robb, R Sampson, D Deuly, H Burkey,J Kerns SECOND ROW T Stafford B Johnstone S Sweesy A Tucker, J Wade J Wade A Sutchffe Mr Hum phreys THIRD ROW M John ston, D McCoy, H Zuber, Swlner, C Carver, J Werngart FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R R Car ver, L Burkey, K Suffecool, L Hosk1ns,M E Kays, Y Court, Dounn, D Bratton, J Negley SECOND ROW D Aberegg, Jenk.1ns, P Layne, L Kee er, W Westover, G Flory D Johnson, W W1ke,K S11der, J Edwards THIRD ROW M Dean, M Con ner, G Short, J Zuber, C Can f1e1d, B Farago, S E Brown, M Burkey, D Kaley, Mrs Cntch fleld SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW L to R J Varrnu zek, J Everman, J Scott, J Fred- enck, J Prevot, J Sche1ben, S Carver, R Powers SECOND ROW L Kaley, N Chester, G Burkey, R Peterson, J Benton, E Watters J Earnest,E Hartzell, Mrs Gram mer THIRD ROW C Kaley, E Kays, K Kelly, L Wade, J Hart hne, S Scott, H Newell 8 A 4,--Q FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW L to R M Earn est, T Best, P Knon, S Rohde, on Q , -4-Ex 90 Bartho1omew,D Forsythe M Hos char M Tennefoss SECOND ROW C Oswalt, R Langtles, Sche1ben, M Thrash, S Sweesy, C Flory J Hart11ne,Mrs Mont gomery THIRD ROW S I4 ey, R Shxrely, S Samay, W Sn th K Deemer,D Hahlen THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R J Srlla man,L Clark, J Stanley D Adams,C Rach C Earnest,C Johnson, M Rach SECOND ROW P Beal, R Patrrck, H Prevot Leask, B Pemberton, W Scott C Hahlen D Scott THIRD ROW H Blalr, J Deemer Waltz, M S1mpk1ns,J Brecken ndge, R Leask,Mrs Vogel FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R C Clark, T W1lson,D Broga, K Koras R.1ce,A Sutcl1ffe,D Suttclrffe SECOND ROW L Deuley, D Rohde, R Patnck H Newell Johnson, B Beal, M Flory R Marun THIRD ROW M Abbuhl R Shlllrng, C Campbell, P Mc Coy J Breckenndge, R Canheld, P Walsh Nlrs Fredenck izlT1 SECOND GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R P E er man, E Carver, J Blarr, L Staf ford,D Aberegg D W1ke,B Scott, J Stanley S Casto SEC OND ROW M Jenk1ns,R Ka M Wrnland, S Benton,D Brat ton, C Rlchter, M Eckelberry, M Moulton, R Sherbondy THIRD ROW D HL1nt,N Lang t1es, R W1.ke, J Farago, R Jones, J Bruey, Mrs Hanmng 3 xl A1 ,LU SAFETY PAT ROL 11 U' 9 . . , . . . 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U' 'nf v' l 1 - , . . . : . , , 0 . 1 ' T 0 W P 1 P 'Q 1 X' , K 4' P '-s I - ki 'L 4 V ' l ' : i J - J 5 Nh L. , 5' 91 Cheerleaders STANDING L to R J Zuber, and K Suffecool SEATED Y Coust, Bratton W Westover, J Neg1ey,L Burkey Basketball Band Q- Edinburg Eighth Grade cut. zvfh on F wr .:-F' AL li K! vkk ROW 1 Kathleen Barron Robert Bxce Sandra Boothe Davld Crooks ROW 2 Barbara Davls, Roger D1llon Cheryl Goldner ROW 3 , Llnda Hayesy, Joan Hmkel, L1ll1e Honeck Robert Lang ROW 4 V1Ck1 Lowry Bev erly McKon.n, Patrrck MIHCI, Patty Mlsner ROW 5 Kelth Moser, Betty Needles Robert Polomsky, Charles Pongracz 95 to 1 7' h . -f 4 h be fb 'O R Q, Q C N- Q R R " 'A' ' mf- , 'ff ie Yi?-il L I 4- s f Q I fo- re R ,R X , y L , or fqgff A . y! to .R f N 'K ' " - x ... M W " K A . N , . fy ' r K F 5 if Mliiwlelfigfl . if - I- M 3 .Q 4 A " W 4 ,C , ' ' ' - " , - 5 C "if ' " iw R C. W N., R if 2 an 5 ,N I O if .WK V - in nr O- 3 A i gf , w-W' K 4' s o K N ' 3. ' , 'ir " A . 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SEVENTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R L Partm, R Fisher R Wilson, J White, R Rodgers,P Pfile E Reed, S Brockaw SECOND ROW C Veppert, W Lemon, R Shufelt, G Mc Kown, J Lowe, C Burk, D Hupp THIRD ROW Mrs Domenletti, D Kerr, B Bub now, L Stumpo, E Saffels, R Teter, Mann, K Rinehart Q." .3 " FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R R Pettrgrew, C Smith, J Whiung, S Rose, D Himes, M M1ller,T Wilson, C Hmkle B Fisher Mrs I Aberegg SECOND ROW B Miner, R Buchanon, G Carigllo, J Pflle, K Mar shall M Sapp, P Burk, L Gardner,M Blasens THIRD ROW C Croolc, P Phil lips, J Swarn, C Shewell, T Phelps Swa1n,B Stafford C Klme,B McMahan, J Templeton 010 SIXTH GRADE Front Row, L to R R Stauffer, D Bail ey, D Thomas, D Owen, C Dennison, Bradfield J Bradfield T Richards SEC OND ROW J Seeley,M J Uhng, R V11 lers, E Kline, R Stauffer, V Blasens, M Miller THIRD ROW R McKenna, D Michael, M J Swarn, J Needles, D Reed, M Stafford G Ba11ey FOURTH GRADE FRONT ROW L. to Rn L. Brady D. John- son, E. Pongracz, B. Uhrig,.J Dennison, J. Michael L. Hickman, H Lowe, B Rose. SECOND ROW: Mrs. G. Riffle G. Hall W Scott,D Tawney,V. Polomsky, B Reber G Weber, P. Grubbs, R. White, L. Russell THIRD ROW' P Jones, D Pettigrew, . Finney, E. Rebic, L. Marshall T. Sicliano. R. Bailey, C. Honeck, W. Groues. FOURTH ROW: G Shewell, E. Villers, P. Diehl, S. Driscoll, J. Mika, R. Gordon, J. Gammell, L. Crooks, R. Bishop, T. Poole. H05 .1251 g O 5 'N SECOND GRADE FRONT ROW, L to R P Stassm, M Smrth, R Scott, R F1sher,C Brokaw Hlmes, T Denn1son, C Baston, K Reber SECOND ROW T Koch, C Walker, D Thompson,D Phlle D Ba1ley, J Snod grass, Y Whlte, B Wamer, C Bradfxeld THIRD ROW M Qumn, B Forney,E H1n kel, J Bxshop, J Stumpo J Mlller Flem1ng,F Mlnear, J Huzvar H THIRD GRADE FRONT ROW L to R C Dlehl, C Dun lap B Drllon, J Thomas, J Blasens Gxbson, M McConnell P Ruggles, R Templeton, R S1c11ano SECOND ROW D Shxllrday G Ph11e,E Blasens, R Brad f1eld, L Tawney S West, M Sloan Gordon, R Haggard THIRD ROW A Shlpley, D M1near, R Teter, B Moore Houch,C Wrlhams, T Pflle R Haas, K Bradf1eld,E Gardner fimrp COURT AND JURY R Dlllon, Judge, P Mlsner, recorder, Jury Dons, Mlchael, Ray Pulliam, Earl Reed, John Lowe, Lmda Hayes, Roger V11 lers FIRST GRADE FRONT ROW L to R D Moore R M1s ner, N Ruggles, R Pemberton W lazear, D D1.llon,C Wamer,P Mlnear C Good w1n, L Balley SECOND ROW T Brad held B SI1'l1Cl'l, R W1lson,J Hollabaugh J Burton, S McConne1l,M Cangl1o, FrenCh,M Huzvar, S Brady THIRD ROW F Pettlgrew, P Maxhlmer, J Buchanan, L Blngham, B Campbell, M Haas, R Le Mon, M Chamberlm, M Grubbs, 1 Wood FOURTH ROW C Love, C Hensley, J Templeton, N Dua, R Sh1ll1day,C Gor don, R Thomas, S Mako,F Lowe, rs A Herron -bl BasketbaH Cheerleaders Band Safety Patrol fi in if! 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A A I A 'Q .' 1 '11 "' ' ""f, .,, - - -1-W A A . r V R n ,, n'fQ.,'vuQf AL-:gn I ' 'inks - I ' f --613- 'R ' A " N " W I" f wif Y Deerfield Ohio COTTON CORNERS BEAUTY SHOPPE Cold Wave and Hair Cutting Phone Ax 6 5480 Open Evenings JONES BROS OIL COMPANY Fleet wing Petroleum Products Tlres Batteries Accessories 121 Washington Street Ravenna Ohio R H JOHNS CO General Merchandise Dlamond Phone OL 46001 MITCHELL HEATING CO Heating 8. Alr Condltronmg 102 N Prospect Street Ohm Phone AX 6 4414 featuring FINEST QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES Free Delivery AX 7 7739 245 W Main St Ravenna Ohio FORNEY'S FINER MEATS Comphments Complzments of of SHILLING HOME IMPROVEMENT M O N Y Westinghouse Appliances l04 N Prospect Ravenna Ohuo Phone AX 6 960l now offers personal Accident and Sickness Insurance Let me give you the details l46 Quarry St Newton Falls Ohno 0l,ver55621 Groceries Meats Hardware Paint Frozen Foods Mutual Of New York Now Self Serwce The Mutual Life Insurance Co of New York New York N Y Phone OL 4 2641 FALLS STEEL TUBE AND MANUFACTU RING CO Newton Falls, Ohio R' N' MW" ENSINGERS GENERAL STORE JAMES FUNERAL HOME Newton Falls Ohio Phone Newton Falls 466I CAMPBELLSPORT AUTO WRECKING 24 Hr Wrecker Service E Top prnce for Bob Wersenburger AX 6-3335 FROSTED FOODS ll5 West Brood St. Phone 5869 Newton Falls Ohno Complete Locker Service Best By Taste Test Meats and Frozen Foods At Discount Prices iunk cors and trucks RAVENNA FEED STORE Ford s Sound Seeds Master Mlx Feeds Poultry and Animal Remedies Grmd and Mlx Bee Supplies AX 6 3434 Ravenna PICCIONES' JEWELERS Watches Diamonds Jewelry 244 W Mann AX 6 5374 J F BABCOCK MILLING CO Daisy Flour Mull Feed Hay Straw Corn Meal Salt and Seecls AX 6 6621 Ravenna Ohlo Apples and Peaches HENNIG FRUIT FARM Diamond Ohlo Phone OL 4 2996 Realtor lnsurer Accredlted Farm Broker Sales Management Appraisals Residence Suburban Farm Capitol Stock Insurance Coverages Underwriting Farm and Rural Protection Qervmg Smce 193' Lake Milton OL 4 4181 Complzrnents CURTISS GREENHOUSE 545 E Hzglzland Ave Ravenna Ohm Phone AA 6-6549 C Mr 8Mrs R M Curtrss Walter urtlss RAVENNA DRUG SERVICE Complete llne of Drugs Hose Electric Bulbs Drug Racks Supplier at No Charge ll e W elcome 1 our Call R D 2 New Rt No 5 AX6368O - A ' R. D.l ' , ' Of MILLER FouLK Complmzznts lic st lt zshes 6 SUMMERS 8. wn.soN UW Attorneys at Law M 8 M SINCLAIR SERVICE Route 18 Lake Milton RAVENNA HATCHERY CO Wrecker Service Ulm I 5 Ippmz ef Clucl s Mmm' RePa"'5 fcerf and fnuftrv buppllf' QL 4 3885 OL 4 3221 AX 7 7734 Ravenna Ohio Fine Watches and Jewelry JIM PERRY S FIX IT SHOP Portable Weldmg Exhaust Work Truck Lubrrcatlon jeu 5 Z, rg Nnpe 11291 New Rt No 5 East of Ravenna 288 W Mann Street AX 6 9441 Ravenna Ohm Complznzents f MAKSIM S MARKET 0 General Merchandise COTTAGE HILL FARM OL 4 2861 Dxamond Ohnc Owners F. R. FageoI .Iessle M. FageoI 1 I D Of to nh I . I' "..'.f ,Mr . ' If ' J ,' '. , , 4 -.s - or - ' I I " ?. , f.' O I U I - . I . ZIMMERMAN MOTORS, INC. Chrysler Plymouth Imperial Sales and Service AX 6 6447 422 W Mann Ravenna Ohio RAY GRIFFITH Complzments REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ENDUR0 RUBBER C0 18M N Canal Street Newton Falls Ravenna Ohm Phone OLuver 5 5461 Ohio MAHONING FARM BUREAU CO OP Feed Supplies Phone North Benton 2431 RUVSWW Complzments f H C SCHLAUCH Paint and Wall Paper 786 East Mann AX 6 5536 Ohio Of ' s O s 0 5 HENNIGER HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY f 252 West Main Ravenna Ohuo Evinrude Motors Sandusky Motors Sterling and Tee Nee Trollers Complete Llne of Booting Supplies Compllments Complzments HERBERT s DRUG STORE FA'-'-5 DRY CLEANERS 39 E Broad St Broacl 8. Canal Sts Newton Fans Ohm Newton Falls Oluo Compliments Complzments of of EINKS FASHION sHoP WN-LIAWS GROCERY FL - Newton Falls Ohio 8 2275 Wayland Ohio mi ' 7 ' ' 3 1 ' Q 1 ,L ff' M 'f' E3 E .. ii' L T - xi H 'W - JI. it Z N ,..- K ll ' E at ,fe x , 1 of of n F C BYERS Petroleum Products Batteries Wholesale and Retail 434 Becker Ave Ravenna Ohio Phone AX 6 532 Comphments HAROLD SHORT Portage County Commnssloner Complzmenls NUSSLE GREENHOUSE East Liberty Street Newton a s Ohio Phone 0Llver 5 529I Flre and Auto Insurance Real Estate Phone OL 5 272I Com plzments Of NEWTON FALLS BUILDERS SUPPLY C0 Newton Falls Ohio Phone 0Llver 5 584I PAULG MILLS INC AIIls Chalmers New ea New Holland .Iameway bales and Servzce 338 N Diamond St Ravenna Ohio of . of F II ' J. R. DAVIS INSURANCE . , . ' - - ld f mplzments SMITTY ST V AND APPLIANCE R C A Sales m:lSer L Ro enno Ohio 414 Cleveland Rd AX 6 5l9O FLORAL ART SHOP 109 East Munn Street AX 6 8975 Rovenn Oh o I J C KEIDEL DAVIS 8. McCLELLAND I 1 eler ali Optometrzsl Ravenna Oh o 137 E Mann R vennc Ohio L A HERST INSURANCE AGENCY Riddle Block No 9 Room No 22 200 W Mann Sf Ravenna Ohuo Phone Ax 6 8760 MOTORIST MUTUAL INSURANCE CO fo ' , of I . . . . . ll v'ce V . . . i Complznzents Compfinzenis 1 0 U f . . Cl' ' ' i a . U I ' 9 Q . U I . l I I . . Aw! Compliments George W Wilson nt,-Z..-n-411 Excavating RDI Ravenna Ohio Phone AX 6-5795 MAX H NEIDHART GREEN 8. KERTSCHER Complete Insurance Service 110.112 Eas1Mcm St 324 So Center Street Ravenna Ohm Newton Falls Ohio Shoes DW Goods APPCNI Phone Oliver 5-205i Phone AX 6.3414 NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Auto, Fire, Lute, Hospital, Polio, Form, PETERSON COAL COMPANY and General Liability D 1 C I omestlc on GEORGE C. WALTERS Phone North Benton 2I45 Deerfield 0I1l0 Deefwld Ohm Phone Atwater 7-2710 1 -- ,,rr Wwe-f ' E , E of IG l . ' E 'R 4 e I A' . -V' , 1 I x' , J' X ' r I X 'L 3 . s 1 if Welding Saw Mull General Reparrmg HUBERT SPENCER Phone OL 4 2801 Compliments NEWTON FALLS APPLIANCE Maytag Dealer Newton FaIIs OIN0 Phone OL 5-4171 3 3 noon, 'WEAR x rmcs RAVENNA TIRE SERVICE Du strrbutors of Goodyear Tl res Tire Recapplng II Sizes of Passenger Truck and Tlres In Stock FRANK I. RHODES 480 Cleveland Road Ravenna Ohm Dual AX 6 6324 TED'S PLACE Groceries Boats Balt OL 4 4898 Lake MlIton Ohio 1028 Mahoning Ave Youngstown Ohio UNITED MARINE SERVICE Next to Craig Beach Park Lake Milton OI-no Complete Marine Equlpment 8. Service Phone OL 4-4531 . 1 c f 1 I X I D I I of . . l..ll W THE SECCND NATIONAL BANK . . ' I I A PM A V: 3 K A . 1 '-mam kyy 'sn ff , C I' f RAVENNA DRY CLEANERS 2 Hour Servlce Fur Storage Phone AX 6 6321 Ravenna Ohlo MORRY S CLOTHING STORE Clothing for Everyone In the Family Ravenna Theater Building Ravenna Ol'H0 Complzments AKRON COFFEE S GROCERY CO Roaster of Good Rich Aroma Coffee l3l North Summut Street Akron Ohio THE P L FRANK LUMBER COMPANY Serving Portage County 50 Years Everything for the Builder AX 77322 OR 33614 Ravenna Kent Ohuo Complnments Good Luck m the Future Compliments f INGLEDUE S SOHIO SERVICE South M mule on Rt I4 Deerfield Ohio Gas and Onl Ol' of A FRIEND 0 KLEIN S FURNITURE Out of the Way But Less To Pay AX 6 6725 659 Cleveland Rd Ravenna Ohio FOWLER DRUG COMPANY Your Prescription Store Mann and Chestnut Ravenna QI-1,0 MAYHEW ELEVATOR C0 Rave na Ohio AX 6 6434 fo plzments PORTAGE FARM BUREAU COOP ASSN Atwater Ravenna Kent F plzments f STANDARD STEEL SPRING DIVISION ROCKWELL SPRING AND ARLE C0 , n . Over 35 Years Service To Portage County Farmers , m ' Of ,om ' 0 CHlN'S LAUNDRY RAVEN NA AX 6-5323 123 N. Chestnut Ravenna LLIMBER S COAL KROPP S Pho e AX 7 7333 PENNZOIL SERVICE Phone AX 7 7264 403 Cle eland Rd Ra enna Complz ents TOWN PUMP Cotton Corn rs Ravenna BOULEVARD GOLDEN DAWN MARKET 30 Milton BI d Newton Falls I nplzme t COREY HARDWARE OLlver 5 3981 26 S Canal St Oh o Ne ton Falls E MYERS 8- SON OL 5 4651 S I s Mercury S rvlce H4 S Canal St Ohio n - ' E. G. Willyord ' v . v 'rn Of e ' v . Newton Falls Ohio for ' n S Of . . i B. . a e - - e ' W . . I MONTIGNEY S Portage County s Largest Hardware Store Toys Gifts Electrical Appliances Admiral TV Plumbung Supplies Il5 East Mann Ravenna Ohm Complzments MAZZOLA S PIZZA SHOP 237 S Chestnut Ravenna Ohio Phone AX 7 7564 EVERMAN S SOHIO SERVICE At the Circle Rt I4 and 224 Deerfield Ohlo North Benton 2630 KAYS KORNERS TRUCK STOP Atwater Ohio .Iunlor Hartman Mgr Our Cook Is Mom Franks Atwater 7 9307 Rts 225 224 IRENE 8. DOROTHY S HAIR STYLING SALON 2I'I South Chestnut Across from the Courthouse Evenings by Appolntments Phone AX 6 9880 Ravenna Ohlo 77? Are You Bothered By Insects 797 Business Places Schools Apt Houses Barns etc Call Us for Your Insect Problems and Let Us Handle Them the Automatic Way J A HILL AUTOMATIC INSECT CONTROL Rocky Sprnngs Farm Diamond Ohio Phone Lake Milton OL 4 2704 1 ' 1 Of , . l R.D. 2 . - I 0'LIO Uoww aw 'I THE SMITH AND CCWAN Wgodolm COAL S SUPPLY CO NN' H3ln0 MHN 418 West Mann St PARIS INN Building Materials Gas and Groceries Ready Mixed Concrete Best Wzshes to the Graduates from DAMON CHEMICA Sanltatlon Specialists AllIClnCe Ohio . , 0 Phone AX 6-6610 Save T075 to 2073 on Fire -- Auto - Liability Insurance NORMAN B HILL Ravenna Insurance Agency AX65II6 I Ravenna Parkman Rcl Ohio Ravenna Compliments EAST MAIN SHELL Corner of Mann 81 Elm AX 6 8050 THE WRIGHT STORES Ohm Portage County s Ravenna Compliments Dr W B SIMUKKA OD Optometrist 128 N Chestnut St AX 6 4268 Ohio Ladies Apparel Children s Apparel Men s and Boy Wear Dry Goods Ravenna Kem Q R.D. - - . Of FriencIIiest Department Store" ' l . . 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STORE Newton Falls Ohio Compliments Of KLOSS HARDWARE Newton Falls Ohio HINDMAN S D 8- D Sq S1 00 STORE JEWELERS Your Fnendly Shopping Center 16 Broad St Newton FGHS Ohm Newton Falls Dr monds Watches Ohio RAVENNA PERMANENT WAVE SHOP lO3 N Sycamore Phone AX 6 5322 Lllllan Stone Owner and Operator Complzments BAILEY FURNITURE CO Newton Falls Complzmenls Of KAY S FASHION SHOP Clothes That Girls Admlre And Boys Desire 31 East Broad St Newton Falls Ohio Phone OLzver 5 7303 . . .G - Of Ravenna Ohio ' ED'S GULF SERVICE 665 W Mann Street Ravenna Ohlo Gulf Onl Products East Mann Street Ravenna Afwdfel' Expert Car Radio Service Ambulance Service CARVE RADIO T V Ravenna AX 6 854l Ohlo DAY BROS Complete Food Service 206 S Meridian ROGER BROWN LUMBER CO R no Ohm Telephone AX 6-6724 aven Ravenna Ohio Phones 6415 6416 SCHALL s SPORTING cooos C,,,,,,,,,,,e,,,S Deerfueld Complete Llne Bart and Tackles Also Llve Balt Route I4 At Bridge Ohio MIKE SLATES 439 W Mann St Ravenna Ohlo . . . We Deliver . . . , . Of ' of Compliments STRAUSSER S GLAD FARM R118 Edinburg RD I New Milford Ohio Phone FA 5 1449 Compliments WHETSTONE SOHIO SERVICE FA 5 9513 Edinburg OIWIO Compliments RAVEN DRIVE IN WESTERN RESERVE NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Federal Land Bank AII Types of Lunches Lunch Counters Inside Mgrs Joe and Sam The Place To Go After School and School Activities 988 East Main Ravenna Ohio Farm Loans lap to 33 yrs to pay, E J Redmond Sec Treas I I I E ann Ravenna Ohio Congratulations Class of 1957 Your CIass Ring Salesman HAROLD C JONES L G Balfour Company RD2 Medina Ohio Phone Sharon Center 9692 of of 9 Of Open 7 Days A Week-Curb Service Pay Twice A Year or Pay in Full Anytime DUTCH S GARAGE E S McCONNELL 8. SONS Apples 8. Peaches In Season Ed,,,bl,,gh Ohm FA 5 1616 61 FA 5 7271 Phone FA 5 70II Ravenna Ohlo Complz ents WEBER S JOLLY TIME BALL FIELD SUNQCQ STATION R 4 Phone FA 5 9508 AX 6 8045 C6m6611Sp6ff Ed"1b"'9h Ohm BRYAN F JONES AGENCY Ravenna Complete Insurance and ReaI Esiafe Service II8 N Chestnut St Dual AX 6 6533 OI'lIO - R.D. I .m Compliments of of , f. I - ' KEVERKAMP S CITIES SERVICE 5 0 Premium cas and 0.1 24 Hour semce AX 6 8070 Ravenna 803 w Mom sf ohm SLACK PLUMBING AND HEATING Demmrng Pump Sales and Service Phone Rootstown FA S I336 Edinburgh Ohio NATICN WIDE INSURANCE Fire Automobile Polio Hospitalization Life Accident Health Burglary General Liability See Your Local Agent or Call Ravenna AX 6 3436 I23 N Prospect TWIN PINES FamlIy Style FA 5 151444 Route I8 EDINBURG BARBER SHOP .lim Wrnce A Trial Makes A Customer FA 51312 New Mulford Ohm 9 6 Every Day 9 7 Thurs 81 Fr food I url Ln Iour tears Ulmfl' PORTAGE FURNITURE SALES Buy Buick G E GIFFORD Ravenna Ohio Service That SGIISTIES Ravenna Ohio ' . I . I .I . , . I . I . I I I Chicken and Fish Dinners , , , , - - . I. I , ,f' V , . Complzments SCHI LLING DRUGS Prescrlptlons Newton Falls Ph 6013 NEWTON LUMBER CO 68 Day Street Newton Falls Ohio Phone OLuver 5 5411 Lumber Hardware 81 Bulldlng Supplies TYJESKI BAMFORD NC. 1277W Mann St Ravenna Ohio Betty Bamford Ph AX 6 3871 RAVENNA AUTO BODY SHOP Pamtlng Wreck Repairing Free Estimates 413 W Maln Street AX 6 9300 Bull Bailey Owner SABIN CORBETT INC Welding 8. Machine Shop Service Acetylene 8. Electric Welding Ph AX 6 5318 4I7W Mann St Ravenna Ohuo Over 31 Years of Service to Automotive Industry Complzments o HOPKINS 8. KIPP AUTO ELECTRIC INC Akron Ravenna JENSEN S REICHE PLUMBING S HEATING Since 1885 Phone AX 7 7122 106 N Prospect Ravenna Ohm of , c . . y I - I I Ravenna Ohio - I A ' the - , . R R BINGHAM SN Sales Representative I600 Hanna Bldg Cleveland I5 Ohio Bus Cherry I 7450 Local FAurfax 5 1348 NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE C0 P O Box 366 THOMAS FEED MILL Warren Ohuo R D I New Milford Ohio Phone AX 6-6056 El-I0 S TRUCK STOP Our Schools Use Towels from Fuel and Food PENN OI'IIO TOWEL SUPPLY CO 310 North Avenue phone FA 5 9592 Youngstown Ohao Edinburg OIWIO Phone Rl 6 6544 THE BARGAIN BARN AKRON MELD 8. SPRING C0 Pottery Factory Surplus Deerfield Ohlo Look for the Red Wagon 940 South Hugh Street Akron Ohm North Benton 2639 Betty Hotchluss State Route I4 At Edinburg CHARLESTDWN SAND AND GRAVEL R D Ravenna Ohuo New Route Charles Champagne Sr Phone AX 6 5021 Charles Champagne Jr Phone AX 6 4992 Prlntlng IS our Busmess HAVRE Letterpress or Offset Single or Multicolor One or a MIlllOn Pleces 1345 E Mom Street Small Cards or Catalogs Commercial Prlntlng Department THE EVENING RECORD Ravenna Ohio Ravenna Ohuo AX 6 3838 Chevrolet Sales Sr Service U G SLY GROCERY Groceries Meats lce Cream Pop Cigarettes and 7777 Phone AX 7 7800 Charlestown Center Compllments f NICHOL S 5 'l 00 STORE 'Ill E Mann Street Ravenna Ohio AX 6 5481 5 Phone AX. 6-6438 0 Compliments Of SMITH'S MEN SHOP LIBIS GARAGE, INC. DeSoto - Plymouth 238 W Mann International Trucks Ravenna UIHO Smart Men s Wear at Afwofe, 0h,0 Popular Prices MAJESTIC CLEANERS Phone AX 6 4324 I02 E Cedar Street I Hr Service 6 Days a Week Pickup and Delivery Ravenna Ohio LEWIS SOHIC SERVICE ar Doris Phone AX 6 9513 New Route 5 RD2 Ravenna OI-no Solno Products Groceries Meats lgnltlon Parts Tires Batteries Accessories Carry Out Drinks SWEETS SINCLAIR SERVICE BGS! 0fL1w1f F0 SOUMSGSI Nqfmqn Sweet Pfgp S Tlres Tubes Batteries Acc Complete Auto Repalr Weldlng phone 3 Mules South of Ravenna on Rt I4 N0"fI" Benton 9362 Of 2l70 R D Ravenna Ohio 0 2 Deerfield Oh, . . I . . . . . - . I I I A , - 9 , . 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WELLS BARBER SHOP Mem zoo S Menaun sf FAIRMOUNT PROVISION CO Allnance Ohm Ravenna Ohlg DONELEY'S TEEN SHOP 247 West Mann Street Ravenna Ohio Phone AX 6 8282 Plywood - Shingles - Moldings Of FRIGIDAIRE Commerclal and Domestlc Sales and SCFVICC N-q 3: ai 4' ---na 3 .-fe 1 S N Sxxiiig if Q 1 Home Economlc Appllances by DEERFIELD RADIO SALES COMPA Y Electrical Appliance Sales and Service Electrical and Plumbing Contracting Ravenna Ohio Canfield Ohlo Diamond Ohio Mom Office Phone, Lake Milton OL 4 2681 4 f -Q , E ,mg ,Mi ,Q 1 A ,. - ' Q. . .K .. r h Mi 7 5 ' In H f 4 I e:' , " E Q I , ' , i W X -h AV.. x ' f Ai -1 ' N V ' , is , i l N VH' -ixk , e-LAN 'ANT -5. , KA M D ' ll w 5 e "M -ff . . W if ,, . ' K , C i H i ' . - 5 D Q, , l N... ' ' 'M----.. E'-Q . ' 5 fa E mf ' SM . A . 'W ' s , 1 V ll , ' E - E. Q I X in 5 K' K riff, X, me , Y X xx X I . ' I ' . I . 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