Strasburg High School - Senoracle Yearbook (Strasburg, OH)

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L, , THE l955 SENORACLE Presented By The Senior Class of STRASBURG HIGH SCHOOL Strasburg, Ohio A YEAR AT OUR SCHOOL is made up of many things: books and classes, hours of practice and hard work, fun and festivities, dis- appointments and thrills, competi- tion and clashes, triumphs and mi- nor tragedies, As far as possible, we have arranged this book with events and activities in chronological orderg however, in some cases, organiza- tions have been included in one sea- sonal division, when in reality their activities involved practically the whole year, So, won't you turn these pages and live again with us a year at our school? STRA SBURG HIGH SCHOOL SPRIN Track and baseball The high school play The Annual King and Queen and their attendants The Senoracle Staff Administration and Board of Education The Faculty Dedication Seniors School employees UMM FALL Beginning-of-school activities Football, , team, managers, coaches, The The The The The The cheerleaders, and record Homecoming Queen and her court Marching Band and Majorettes senior class play Student Council Library Club and the Projectors Club Seventh and Eighth Grades and their activities WINTER Basketball, , , team, managers, coaches, cheerleaders and record The Concert Band, Girls' Chorus and Senior Choir The Tiger Roar The Ninth, Tenth, and Eleventh Grades FALL . . . . . . and with it comes the smell of burning leaves and the beginning of anew school year. As you leaf through the next few pages you will hear: the football squad practicing diligently behind the school . . . the band getting ready for marching season . . . the cheerleaders experimenting with new yells. You will see: the Juniors ordering their class rings . . . the beautiful Homecoming ceremonies . . . classes electing their 1955 officers . . . the majorettes strutting through new routines . . . the seniors passing out name cards. You will remember: Freshman initia- tion . . . the faces of new teachers in the halls . . . the Senior Class Play, "Jenny Kissed Me" . . . the music at theflomecoming Dance . . . the day that the seniors received their class pictures . . .the anticipation ofthe first Tiger Roar . . . the Juniors' spaghettisupper . . . Senior work days . . . Seniors soliciting for Senoracle ads. See . . . Hear . ..Remember . . . these other things that made our '54 F allawonder- ful and memorable season. ., I Students buy supplies for the new year. T h a t first important business meeting takes place as classes begin to organize. BACK T0 A new student straight- ens out schedule diffi- culties. SCHOOL AGAIN! Boys get back into shape for the football season. The freshman class learns a new routine of changing classes and teachers. And - the freshmen are given an official welcome to high school life! GENE HENSEL ' BOB GRIMM WILLIE RIEGER Tm GRI DIRO N IERRY HASWELL CARL DREHER JERRY FROMAN DICK YURICH ROGER JONES TERRY VON KAENEL BILL HENSEL .TIM KUECHER LOREN SUNDHEIMER CLYDE YACKEY SEA SON'S RECORD STRASBURG OPPONENTS 0 Newcomerstown fPreviewj 7 0 Dennison '7 20 West Lafayette 0 0 Tuscarawas 14 '7 Dalton 26 13 Brewster 20 '7 Midvale 0 33 Malvern 6 0 Byesville 26 Q FOOTBALL -f I ROW ONE: George Gessner, Jerry Limbacher, Joe Krantz, Bill Metzger, Sharon Hague, Roger Jacobs, Dwight Wheeler, Larry Metzger, Bob Haswell, Ronald Haswell. ROW TWO: Coach Dale McDonald, Bill Hensel, Jerry Froman, Don Lab, Robert Glasgow, Roger Jones, Carl Dreher, Terry Zingery, Terry Wallick, Clyde Yackey, ROW THREE: Dick Yurich, Gene Hensel, Jerry Haswell, Jerry Von Kaenel, Willie Rieger, Jim Kuecher, Loren Sundheimer, Bob Grimm, As- sistant Coach Kenneth Newlon. Compliments of BOLIVAR CENTRAL GARAGE CLEVELAND CUP and SPECIALTY COMPANY my C S . z I .. .E.:f: f f Shirley Gasser E Beulah Lewis Twins? ' , Joyce Williams i i X -i COACH Dale McDonald, ASSISTANT Kenneth Newlon fi' MANAGERS Ronald Haswell George Gessner Compliments of TRACY GARBER JUNCTION TRUCK sToP HOMECOMING QUEEN C? ATTENDANTS L..-... fwrrrr Beulah Lewis, Maryann Margo, oyce Williams, Sue Beverly Lyons, J Zingery, ' ers, Kay and Gay Weber, Train bear Chosen by the football team, the Homecoming Queen and her attend- ants reigned during the game with Tuscarawas and at the Homecoming ' the evening, Dance held later in MPANY GOSHEN DAIRY CO New Philadelphia, Ohio The Queen and one of her Attend- ants put on finishing touches, Compliments of OLD'S SERVICE STAT ION MAIORETTES KNEELING: Elizabeth Newman, Ellen Mizer, Linda Weber. STAND- ING: Margaret Stanbarger, Connie Kreis, Darlene Keffer. THE MARCHING BAND This group under the capable direction of Mr. Robert Lyon, gave us fine entertainment during the halves at the football games this year. Comnlimerlts of EVERETT WALTZ. Rn COMPANY CAST Father Moynihan Jenny. .. Mrs. Deazy . . Harry . . . . Jo ....... Mary Delaney . Sister Mary . . . Miss Stearns . . Mr. Parkside . . . Shirley Tirabossi Priscilla .... . Jane...... 'VENNY KISSED ME" "Jenny Kissed Me", a comedy in three acts, was presented by the senior class on November 26, 1954, in the high school auditorium. The story concerns Jenny, a young girl who comes to stay with her aunt, the middle-aged housekeeper for a priest. The cast and committees had a lot of fun working on the play, making costumes, and collecting properties, which included two bowls of guppies and several pots of sweet potato vines. STANDING: Joyce Weber, Marilyn Seibert, Loren Sundheimer, Janet Divida, Darlene Keffer, Pat Brown, Lester Bates, Joyce Williams, Miss Mugridge, Director. SEATED: Dalene Yackey, Dick Yurich, Barbara Gerber,Gene Hensel, Sue Zingery, Maryann Margo. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Gene Hensel Dick Yurich Michael Saunders . . . . . . .Barbara Gerber Sue Zingery . . Lester Bates Owen Parkside . . . . . . . . Janet Divida Darlene Keffer . Joyce Williams . . . . Joyce Weber Dalene Yackey . . . Loren Sundheimer Pat Brown Marilyn Seibert Maryann Margo OFFICERS SEATED: Sue Zingery, President. STAND ING: Shirley Gasser, Treasurerg Beulah Lewis, Secretary: J im Kuecher, Vice-Presi dent, STUDENT Among the numerous projects that the Student Council undertook this year were joining the National Association of Student Councils and the National Honor Society Mr. Hood was the advisor this year. COUNCIL TO RIGHT: Sue Zingery, J im Kuecher, Roger ,T ones, Beulah Lewis, Shirley Gasser, Glenna Black, Mr. Hood, Alice Anderegg, Bob Haswell, Sharon Hague, Harold Smith. I Beverly McCoy, Phyllis Grove, Mary Ellen Corell, Doris Hendricks, Darlene Wheeler, Maxine Huth. OFFICERS Tom Foster, Secretary-Treasurer: Gene Hensel, President: Don Lab, Vioe-Presi- dent. LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS Margaret Weber, Secretaryg Dalene Yackey, Presidentg Marilyn Seibert, Vice-Presidentg Gloria Shilling, Treasurer. PROIECTOR CLUB ROW ONE: Don Harvey, Williard McPher- son, Clyde Yackey. ROW TWO: Mr. Hood, Jerry Limbacher, Robert Glasgow, Don Tracy. ROW THREE: Bill Lang, Loren Sundheirner, Ronald Gray. ROW ONE: Wallace Skagg, Tommy Shetler. ROW TWO: Homer Sexton, Ronnie Von Kaenel, Lorna Welling, Delores Tomer, Merle Smith. ROW THREE: Alice Sexton, Virginia Reed, Ruth Weber. -1 SEVENTH Linda Mills . . . . . Vice-President Herbie Garber. . . . . . . . . President Dorothy Lewis. . . . . Secretary-Treasurer ROW ONE: Ray Marburger, Cinda Prysi, Judy McCombs, Sandra Seward, Mary Payne. ROW TWO: Gary Slemmer, Judy Lang, Omer Sexton, Bill Seese, Jay Parrott. GRADE ROW ONE: Anna Glasgow, Barbara Kaltenbaugh. ROW TWO: Karen Borway, Rosalie Goshorn, Laurel Heid, Sondra Bowman, Bob Hall. ROW THREE: Herbie Grove, Ken- neth Duerr, Walter Krantz. ROW ONE: John Foster, Dale Lig- gett. ROW TWO: John Ecenbarger, Charles Duff. ROW THREE: Linda Prysi, Donald Grove, Carol Kreis, Kenny Jacobs, Linda Pink-Stock. ROW FOUR: Kenneth Lewis. ROW ONE: Paul Smith, John Wright. ROW TWO: Betty Clark, Karen Hollingbaugh, Judy Cozart, Nancy Adams, Deanna Burkholder. ROW THREE: Carol Ann Weinman. ROW FOUR: Sandra Spidell. ROW ONE: Beth Steffe, Treasurer, Harold Smith, Student Representative. ROW TWO: Glenna Black, President, Elizabeth Newman, Reporterg Joyce Doney, Secretary, Pat Seward, Vice-President. ROW ONE: Jackie Eberly, Mable Froman, Carol Hensel, Carol Fisher, Nicky Haswell, Janet Hoover. ici RADE ROW ONE: Margaret Payne, Leatha Ross. ROW TWO: Kenny Tucker, leona Reiger, Sandra Myers, Jim Samsa. ROW THREE: Charles Smith. ROW ONE: Marilyn Lab, Carol Kohr, Myra Mast, Sharon Miller. ROW TWO: Bob Jeni, Sharon Huth, Jim Law. ROW ONE: Ann Cunningham, Bonnie Bayer, Barbara Doney, Mary Bair. ROW TWO: Earl Eash, Jack Andrews, Bill Dreher. EIGHTH GRADE PATROL ROW ONE: Robert Solley, Bill Dreher, Don Warnes, Kenny Tucker, Charles Smith, Harold Smith, Jack Andrews. ROW TWO: Jimmy Sam- sa, Barbara Doney, Carol Kohr, Carol Fisher, Margaret Payne, Jim Law. SEVENTH GRADE PATROL ROW ONE: Herbie Garver, Tommy Shetler, Herbie Grove, John E cenbatger, Merle Smith, Charles Duff, Anna Glasgow, Barbara K a lte nb a u gh, Linda Prysi, Mary Payne, Donald Grove. ROW TWO: Laurel Heid, Judy McCombs, Ronald Von Kaenel, Homer Sexton, Sandra Spidell, Cinda Pyrsi, Bill Seese, Omer Sexton. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BAND ROW ONE: Ruth Weber, Gail Williams, Carol Kohr, Janet Hoover. ROW TWO: Carol Fisher, Carol Weinman, John Foster, Tom Shetler, Sandra Myers, Herbie Barger, Elizabeth Newman. ROW THREE: Carol Kreis, Karen Hollingbaugh, Don Warnes, Walter Krantz, Lorna Welling, Sandra Spi- dell. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS ROW ONE: Walter Kranrz, Herbie Grove, Lorna Welling, Karen Hollingbaugh, Sandra Seward, Barbara Doney, Ruth Weber, Sandra Bauman, Cinda Prysi, Ray Marbarger, ROW TWO: Laurel Held, Karen Borway, Kenny Ticker, Carol Fisher, Sharon Huth, Carol Kreis, Carol Weinman, Sandra Myers, Glenna Black, Patty Williamson, Dorothy Lewis, Linda Pingstock, Dolores Tommer, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL ROW ONE: Don Grove, Herbie Garber, Don Warnes, Bob Ienei, Ronald Haswell, Bill Seese, ROW TWO: Coach Dale McDonald, John Foster, Ronald Von Kaenel, Earl Eash, Harold Smith, Bill Dreher, Manager Jim Law, CHEERLEADERS Patti Williamson, C a r ol H e n s el Sandra Spidell, Dorothy Lewis, X , x i A 'E ,Es ll- ,,.- 44' ,. Af 39 fe ,fa . 1 vu N Q' as Pk W, v 1 Q, . 'ff 3 ea , zvv' f 4' if , I Q, A ,L M .M 5 V URW- "hw N ay 5 yt N L ' 1-P . fa, 4,,.,ww.g 3 . ..., www' w. ' A fm if Q WINTER . . . and with it comes the ice and snow that so many wait for. It means that ice skating and sled riding are back for another season. We remember this winter for the bas- ketball ueam which had such aterrificseason . . . tl1e fun of organizing and singingin Girls' Chorus and the new Senior Choir . . i. the sparkle of the Juniors' "Tinse1 Twirl" . . . the days of joy when there was no school because there was too much snow for the buses to run . . . the different activities in the gym at noon. . . the very welcome Christ- masvacationsosoon after Thanksgiving. . . the quiet study halls when everyone is study- ing for the first semester exams. . . We remember hearing the band as they practiced for their coming concert . . . and practically the whole student body as they yelled in unison at one of the pep rallies just before an exciting tournament game . . . These things and many more make us recall this winter as a wonderful one. ' i 1 1 an ' -n n TUSCARAWAS COUNTY CHAMPS .TERRY FROMAN BASKETBALL LLOYD DEIBEL '54-'55 .TERRY VON KAENEL KUECHER WILLIE RIEGER CHEERLEADERS Shirley Gasser Beulah Lewis Joyce Williams ASSISTANT COACH Dale McDonald TIGER BOOSTERS VARSITY RECORD MANAGERS STRASBURG OPPONENTS 88 Loren Sundheimer Clyde Yackey COACH Ken Newlon Compliments of Port Washington Bolivar Dundee Sugarcreek Tuscarawas Midvale Mineral City Baltic Scio Gnadenhutten Pleasant City West LaFayette Millersburg Bolivar Killbuck Stone Creek Berlin Sugarcreek Sandy Valley Miclvale Port Washington Tuscarawas Midvale 'League Games -County Toumament Games GORDON-SPIDELL PRINTING CO. MAUST BARBER SHOP 53' 29 33' 32 58 53 42' 61' 28 56' 50 76 43 37' 37 61' 35 87' 68 93' 46- 73- 65- 'Nu a' 5,1 ui 4 THREE CHEERS FOR.THE U DEFEATED RESERVES ROW ONE: Sharon Hague, Tom Foster, Terry Zingery, Don Tracy, Woody Norris, Terry Wallick, Bob Haswell, George Gessner. ROW TWO: Coach Dale McDonald, Lloyd Deibel, Don Weber, Ronnie Gray, Willie Rieger, Bob Grimm, Bill Hensel. Compliments of SUPERIOR PROVISION CO. Robert Lyon, Director CONCERT ROW ONE: Beth Steffe, Margaret Stanbar- ger. ROW TWO: PatBrown, Maryann Wein- man, Anna Parker, Bob Jeni, Norma Shetler. ROW ONE: Barbara McPherson, Dalene Patton, Da- 1eneYackey, Marcia Williams. ROW TWO: Rita Limbaugh, Connie Kreis, Beverly McCoy, Darlene Keffer. Patty Cobes, Ruth Newman BAND ROW ONE: Donna Bair, Rosalie Longfellow, Edna Dreher, Barbara Bayer. ROW TWO: Nancy Shetler, Loren Sundheimer, Cynthia Houglan, Janet Divida. Kathryn Newman, Shirley Gasser. OFFICERS ROW ONE: Wanda Harvey, Assistant Li- brariang Shirley Gasser, Secretary-Treasurer ROW TWO: Ellen Mizer, Vice-President Pat Brown,XLibrariang Janet Divida, President ROW ONE: Ellen Mizer, Woody Norris, Wanda Har- ver, Lois Marburger. ROW TWO: Herman Himes, Don Warnes, Linda Weber, GIRLS' CHORUS ROW ONE: Linda Weber, Pat Cobes, Shelby Burkholder, Norma Shetler, Margaret Stan- barger, Edna Mae Dreher, Mary Ellen Corell, ROW TWO: Sharon Howell, Janet Divida, Sue Zingery, Ruth Newman, Maryann Margo, Wanda Harvey, Gloria Schilling, Joyce Wil- liams. ROW THREE: VivianReiger, Dalene Paton, Barbara Boyer, Cynthia Houglan, Patsy Brown, Rita Eash, Judy Eash. GIRLS' CHORUS ROW ONE: Alice Anderegg, Jane Miller, Darlene Keffer, Shirley Gasser, Myra Boron, Rosalie Longfellow, Viola Beitzel. ROW TWO: Connie Kreis, Beverly Mutschelknaus, Mary Schwartz, Dalene Yackey, Maryann Weinman, Beverly McCoy, Nancy Shetler, ROW THREE: Lucille Guedel, Anna Parker, Marcia Harding, Barbara McPherson, Lois Marburger, Ellen Mizer. y Q C A L M U gpg by SENIOR CHOIR ROW ONE Edna Mae Dreher, Pat Brown, Pat Cobes, Shirley Gasser, Barbara Gerber, Lois Marburger, Mary Ellen Corell, Ellen Mizer ROW TWO: Norma Shetler, Sharon Howell, Nancy Shetler, Mary Schwartz, Dalene Yackey, Anna Parker Margaret Stanbarger. ROW THREE: Lo 'ell Thomas, Bill Metzger, Sharon Hague, David Jones, Loren Sundheimer Ronald Gray Clyde Yackey, Larry Metzger, Jet 'y Limbacher, Herman I-limes. Compliments of STRASBURG BAND MOTHERS ROW ONE: Gladys Goshorn, Darlene Keffer, Sue Zingery, Beverly Lyons, Joyce Williams. ROW TWO: JanetDivida, Wanda Harvey, Maryann Margo, Pat Cobes, Darlene Wheeler, Joanne Mizer, Alice Anderegg, Beverly Mutschelknaus. ROW THREE: Jerry Haswell, Jimmy Kuecher, Willie Rieger. THE TIGER ROAR Published By THE JOURNALISM CLASS Strasburg High School Editor ..... ....... P atty Cobes News Editor ..... Beverly Mutschelknaus Feature Editor ......... Sue Zingery Sports Editor .... . . .lim Kuecher Business Manager ..... Maryann Margo Circulation Manager . . . Joyce Williams Exchange Editor ...... Darlene Wheeler Art Editor .... . . Alice Anderegg Grade Editor ....... Gladys Goshorn Typing Editor ......... Janet Divida Reporters Wanda Harvey, Jerry Haswell, Joanne Mi- zer, Beverly Lyons, Willie Rieger, Darlene Wheeler. The Editor and the Business Manager look over an old copy of the Tiger Roar. FRESHMEN ROW ONE: Bob Haswell, Student Representativeg Sh a r on H a gu e, President. ROW TWO: Margaret Stansbarger, Secretaryg Barbara Bayer, Reporterg Gloria Schilling, Treasurer. KNEELING: Bob Feller, .Terry Aul. SEATED: Charles Burris. STAND- ING: Myra Boron, Viola Beitzel, Rita Eash, Carole Ann Bair,.Tanel Border. ROW ONE: Mary Ann Weirlman, Lois Marburger, Rosalie Longfel- low. ROW TWO: Ross Parson, Gary Sliffe, Don Tracy. .Toe Krantz, Lowell Thomas, Dwight Wheeler. ROW ONE: Herman Himes, George Gessner, Bob Harrington. ROW TWO: Roberta Haswell, Rich- ard Flickinger, Wanda Hensel, Mar- cia Harding, Glenda Reiger, Lula Belle Hendrichs. ROW ONE, SEATED: Jerry Lim- bacher, Roger Jacobs, Clarence Kandel. STANDING: David .T ones. ROW TWO, STANDING: Ruth New- man. SEATED: Cynthia Hough- lan. ROW THREE: Barry Kaltenbaugh, Linda Weber. ROW ONE: Par Grove, Phyl- lis Grove, Woody Norris. ROW TWO: Doris Gray, Dale Judy, Bob Grimm. OFFICERS ROW ONE: Joy Keffer, Secretary, Shirley Gasser, Student Representa- tiveg Norma Shetler, Treasurer, Da- lene Patton, Reporter. ROW TWO: Terry Wallick, Vice- Presidentg Roger Jones, President. H ROW ONE: Marsha Williams, Shar- on Howell, Faye Diebel, Helen Die- bel. ROW TWO: Bob Glasgow, Jerry Froman. S0 PHO MORE S ROW ONE: Vivian Reiger, Loretta Guedel, Connie Kreis. ROW TWO: Harlan Miller, Terry Zingery, Jerry Ladrach. -l. ROW ONE: Larry Sliffe, Don Harvey. ROW TWO: Beverly McCoy, Barbara McPherson, Anna Par- ker. ROW ONE: Verna Goshorn, Mary Ellen Correll, Richard Burier. ROW TWO: Edna Mae Dreher, Ha- rold Bayer. OFFICERS ROW ONE: Jim Kuecher, Council Representativeg Beulah Lewis, Presi- dentg Tom Foster, Secretary. ROW TWO: Bi11Hense1, Vice-President. NOT PRESENT: Donna Bair, Treas- urer. Donna Bair Lloyd Deibel Carl Dreher Elnora Flickinger Torn Foster Ronald Gray IUNIORS Jesse Mann Kathryn Newman Dick Noland David Owens Willie Rieger Bob Royer Mary Schwartz Nancy Shetler Clyde Yackey Doris Hendricks Bill Hensel Maxine Hurh Jim Kuecher Don Lab Dick Law Beulah Lewis Norma Limbacher Rita Limbaugh 1 if if -pf NW :Gnu . -:fiimym - f Q f ? IQ 2 SPRING . . . and with it, green returns once more to the earth. Warm, sunshiny days find more and more students strolling arm inarm or sitting on the front steps and the lawn, idly gossip- ing during the noon hour . . . the Latin Class busy preparing for their annual banquet . . . the track team practicing for that big county track meet. Jumping ropes are once more in style with the grade students and baseball games become a common sight on the football field. Gym class - ah . . . to get out of that stuffy old school for forty whole minutes . . . Remember . . . the juniors in a frenzy with last-rninute preparations for the prom . . . the annual spring dance which the seniors hope will be a great success because they need the money . . . the teachers giving more homework in order to complete the books, and students doing more day-dreaming . . . then - comes graduation! ROW ONE: Jim Kuecher, Don Weber, John Shetler, Gale Huffman, Jerry Von Kaenel, Willie Rieger. ROW TWO: Former coach Don Martin, Roger Jones, T RA C K Loren Sundheimer, Chuck Garber, Dick Yurich, Lewis Frees, Manager Clyde Yackey. I954 ROW ONE: Gale Huffman, Woody Norris, Bob Glas- gow, Bill Hensel, Gene Hensel, Dick Yurich. ROW B A S E B A L L TWO: Manager Loren Sundheimer, John Shetler, Jerry Von Kaenel, Jim Kuecher, Blaine Shively, Chuck Garber, former coach Bob Haas. Compliments of DICK KLAR ATHLETIC SUPPLY DOVER, OHIO if, Q THE HIGH SCHOOL PLAY ROW ONE: Sue Zingery, Norma Limbacher, Ellen Mizer, Connie Kreis, Shirley Gasser, Wanda Harvey, Beulah Lewis. ROW TWO: Clyde Yackey, Dick Yurich, Gene Hensel, Carl Dreher, Terry Zingery, Wanda Harvey and Dick Yurich were replaced by Sue Zingery and Ronald Gray, THE CURIOUS SAVAGE Florence ,... Hannibal , , Fairy May, , Jeffrey .,., Mrs, Paddy , , Titus ,.,, Samuel , . , Lily Belle . . . Mrs, Savage , , Miss Wilhemina Dr, Emmett . . Director .... Student Director . . . . . . . Ellen Mizer Clyde Yackey . . Norma Limbacher . . . Ronald Gray . Sue Zingery . Carl Dreher Terry Zingery Connie Kreis Shirley Gasser Beulah Lewis Gene Hensel Ruth Mugridge . . . . . Sue Zingery This play, given March 15, 1955, had a cast comprised of members of the sopho- more, junior, and senior classes. Mrs, Savage, a middle-aged million- aire, had been committed to an institution by her stepchildren. The funny antics of the patients she met there and the plots her stepchildren made to obtain her money all made "The Curious Savage" an event to be long remembered, not only by the cast, but also by the entire student body, Compliments of DALE S WELDING dc MACHINE COMPANY HOTEL STRASBURG it pimx THE SENORACLE KING AND QUEEN LOREN SUNDHEIMER BARBARA GERBER These selections were made by Barbara Quinlan, Miss Ohio of 1954, from photographs submitted by the entire senior class. The king, queen, and their court reigned at the spring dance held by the seniors. Compliments of POTSCHENER' S Your Ford Dealer Dover, Ohio JANE MILLER LESTER BATES M ,xilvun Compliments of MARYANN MARGO HARMON STUDIO DICK YURICH Dover, Ohio ATTENDANTS s S THE SENORACLE I955 Editor ...... Assistant Editor . Business Manager Advertising . . . Subscriptions . Copy .... Art . . . Layout . . Typing . . Sports . . . Barbara Gerber . . Sue Zingery . . Patty Cobes . . Dick Yurich Dalene Yackey . . . Pat Brown Alice Anderegg Wanda Harvey . Janet Divida . Gene Hensel SEATED: Patty Cobes, Dick Yurich, Sue Zingery, Barbara Gerber. STANDING: Gene Hensel, Beverly Lyons, Wanda Harvey, Alice Anderegg, Janet Divida. SEATED: Jane Miller, Darlene Keffer Maryann Margo. STANDING: Beverly Mut schelknaus, Mary Lou Rieger, Pat Brown, Ellen Mizer. SEATED: Joyce Wil- liarns, Joyce Weber, Lucille Guedel. STANDING: Darlene Wheeler, Joanne Miz- er, Ruth Duff, Shelby Burkholder, G1 a d y s Goshorn. W. M. KAISER SALES COMPANY Compliments of INTER-.COUNTY GAZETTE WARREN, OHIO STRASBURG, OHIO BOARD or EDUCATION L. R. Richardson, Clerkg B. H. Shetler, Vice-Presidentg G. M. Mizer, Presidentg M. A. Sparks, L. C. Warnes. ADMINISTRATION M. R. HELWICK MILTON H. Hoon Superintendent Principal B. A. , Mount Union College B. A. , Mount Union College Kent State University University of Dublin M. A. , Ohio State Rutgers University University Westminster College University of Mexico Kent State University Subjects: Spanish Subject: Science Latin .--Q 'Jw 'i - E f -V S I , 2-JH Q '91 f fx-,mr 1- ' aim., K ,wf wf v 'f Y if wx is 5 F is E - - 2- -f sv Ao-qs. - A15 -. 2 .. ' XWSQA wi- Q 5-534.- 5 e 2 QE? Sy wt- , fx :www we Rig-i ff- A xxysx Sgr 1, . X 'Q mv, f f Q1 . S ' f 3 , Ay , Rx K QYQQ-QM 4 1? mf,- T-IF . A . : fl - 5 fi -mga-- ---, few-. L- .ii-. . - 5 -f Ygxpp. - few.. -v.4L1.' V fi -2 .. ,, '1' . . , . , . 5' 5 15-5--. , . - .. .Q W2 1 K fi - f. I ww.. ig. my f --gym - K . ,ZW 5, J, . Lk,,L . 735' if-VR' xf. W9 .fiifwi-iff' X--- .f.,, 9 V I . 5 H,---1 f, f Y iififu eff.-l'f.' "' SEI. 531765.-i4,5 'W?'sf'fT .QEIIW-X - ' gg1g.sff,25 -gm.. , Nlwpiziif' - Q-'ikRg?Q.,?..-33525zv:-5z1j.gi:gfv.e-K . . - 1 1 . . 5-ZEWXBZ5, "Yogi f Ls f EW -J Stiff- '-5.14325 5,i,'Q.W-1 5-J 7 ?J2'-i.i?gff?f,fQf14 11 ' N H W4 M. mf, iff- u FS- may-w..:ffx ,fu qw. 2jX..ljjggg.s1E W 3:-151: yr-Q '.'7i7l5,l31z'f-ffiffss'-I 'Pl EZ' , .... wif i Q. Eff .Pfam L fzkfii W WW: Q A Q 'W L f 'zgqg z "-' DALE E. MCDONALD RUTH MUGRIDGE B. S, E, , Wittenberg College, B. A. , Otterbein College, Kent State University, Subjects: English, Subjects: Industrial Art, Speech, Journalism, Drivers' Training, Girls' Physical Education, Football Coach, Senior Class Advisor Junior Class Co-Advisor LLOYD ONSTEAD S, M. C. , MARJORIE RIDENBAUGH Michigan State Normal College Kent State 7th Grade Teacher Subject: Art KENNETH M. NEWLON B.A. , Fairmount State College, M, S, , West Virginia University Subjects: Math. Boys' Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor CLYDE R. WHITMER B, S, , Bowling Green Subjects: Commercial Freshman Class Advisor ,il-Q K ....i.l.1-- ,.i.i.1-1-1-. .liili iii- ili- -1.1- ii-,4 ...lr .lv L DEDICATION This book is dedicated to Kenny Pingstock, whose picture cannot be included with those of the seniors, but who will not be forgotten by his friends in the Class of 1955. 'fifixfuimm' " 5-.Zv."",q1f EMM' ' ,T1J1,'2'e',,': E6 ii If ?' If' Q.: SALUTATORIAN E PATTY cosss ge L32 Ig VALEDICTORIAN :5 3: JANE MILLER '5' 3: :E BI lg. 3: LQ:.f.:-Lvi.:v:v::'2f.v1W.:2f:':11':fxw:v:'?:! OFFICERS Alice Andergg, Council Representa- tiveg Janet Divida, Secretaryg Sue Zingery, Presidentg Joyce Williams, Treasurerg Barbara Gerber, Vice- President. SENIORS SENIORS ALICE ANDEREGG Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 45 "Nine Girls" 35 Student Council 45 Tiger Roar 45 Senoracle 4. LESTER BATES PAT BROWN "Jenny Kissed Me" 45 Library 2,35 Band 1,2,3,45 Band Librarian 45 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 45 Senoracle Copy Editor. SHELBY BURKHOLDER Girls' Chorus 1,2,35 Mixed Chorus 45 Sen- oracle 4. PATTY COBES Band 1,2,3,45 Girls' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 45 "Nine Gir1s" 35 Tiger Roar, Editor 45 Feature Editor 35 English Award 35 Ameri- can Legion Contest 35 Senoracle, Business Manager. JANET KAY DIVIDA Band 1,2,3,45 Librarian 2,35 "Jenny Kissed Me" 45 President of Band 45 Tiger Roar 3,45 Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 45 Senoracle 4. .K , , wise ' ,. Q 5 A ' W' -Ti ff ? ' ' "ww ' ffljigfffw I 11 5-wifi: Wf f SENIORS GENE HENSEL Class President 25 Student Council Repre- sentative lg "Jenny Kissed Me" 4g Bas- ketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 1,'2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,4g Projector Club 1,2,3, 4g Projector Club President 45 Senoracle, Sports Editor 4. DARLENE KEFFER Band 1,2,3,4g Majorette 4: Library Club 1,2g "Jenny Kissed Me," 45 Tiger Roar, Ex- change Editor 4g Girls' Chorus 1,2g Mixed Chorus 4: Senoracle 4. DICK KOHR Stage manager 45 Senorac1e4g Former School Bus Patrol l,2,3. BILL LANG Projector Club l,2,3,4g Mathematics Award lg Language Award 3. BEVERLY LYONS Band 1,2,3g Librarian 3g "Nine Girls" 33 Class Secretary 3,4g Tiger Roar, News Editorg Homecoming Queen 4g CFormer Schoo1sJY-Teens lg Chorus 1. M ARY ANN MARGO "Nine Girls" 3g Homecoming Court4"Jenny Kissed Me" 4: Tiger Roar 3,43 Librarian 2,3p Girls' Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus 4: Senoracle 4. QI41' - ,mx V L ,::z:i:55g' if? ' 131. X 5 N M M f,.. NM nf ,,.,, , ,. Lsf i ,Qi lil gf, 4? 6 1 f .Qs E551 3 zu K Z sf ? :A ' . X-'- fi S ' ES AQ im - wa Q' ii, , Q ., P mm-ff-7, . , . gy. 3 X.5?i5ii2Q,! ,, A 31: fx f ' P ' f X -H+-4 V ' Q?-wr.. , HA I Fifi 'W - t SENIORS MARY LOU RIEGER Girls' Chorus l,2,3g Mixed Chorus 45 Sen- oracle 4. MARILYN SEIBERT Band 1,2,3g Girls' Chorus 1.2.3 g Mixed Chorus 4g "Jenny Kissed Me" 4g Class Secretary lg Librarian 3,4g Library Club, Vice-Presi- dent 4, LOREN SUNDHEIMER Basketball 1,2,3g Football 1,2,3,4g Baseball Manager 3,44 Basketball Manager 45 Band 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 45 Audio Visual 2,3,4g Track 2,3,4g "Jenny Kissed Me" 4. JERRY VON KAENEL Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus 4. JOYCE WEBER Girls' Chorus 2g Librarian 3g "Jenny Kis- Sed Me" 4. MARGARET WEBER Band 1,2,3g Girls' Chorus 1,2,3g Mixed Chorus 4g Librarian 3,4g Library Club Secretary 4g Track lg Senoracle 4. DARLENE WHEELER Tiger Roar 4 Librarian 34 Senoracle 4 fForrner Schooly Y Teens 1 FHA 1 G A A. ll JOYCE WILLIAMS Class Treasurer 3 4 Cheerleader 4 Home coming Court 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 L brartan 3 Tiger Roar 3 Tiger Roar Cir culation Manager4 Nine Girls 3 Jenny Kissed Me' 4 Senoracle 4 DALENE YACKEY Band 3.4: Girls' Chorus 1.2,3: Mixed Chorus 4: Girls' Track Team 1.2.3: Library Club 2.3,4: Library Club President 4: Student Council, Treasurer 3: Senoracle, Subscrip- tion Editor 4: Tiger Roar 3: Office 3.4: "Jenny Kissed Me" 4: "Nine Girls" 3. DICK YURICH Football 2.3.4: Track 1.2,3.4: Baseball 3.4: Class Secretary 2: "Jenny Kissed Me" 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Industrial Arts Award 3: Senoracle 4. SUE ZINGERY Class Treasurer 2: Class President 3.4: Student Council. Vice-President 3: Student Council, President 4: Homecoming Court 3.4: "Fog Island" 2: "Nine Girls" 3:"Jenny Kissed Me" 4: Library Club 3: Girls' Chorus 1.2,3,4: Mixed Chorus 4: American Legion Contest 1.2: Tiger Roar, Feature Editor 3.4: Senoracle, Assistant Editor 4: Buckeye Girls' State 3. SENIORS Our bus drivers - Benny Fites, Byran- Haas, and Ed Spidell. OUR THANKS TO Our janitor, Mr. Ed Denzer. Our former secretary, Jeanne Cobes Wendling. Our cooks - Mrs. Weber, Mrs. Seese, and Mrs. Flick- inger. Betty lNiedentha1, our present secretary. THOSE WHOM WE WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE: The Inter-County Gazette for Homecoming shotsg several students for freshman initiation pictures, teachers for their time and advice: Mr. Donald Leahy of the Inter-Collegiate Press for pictures and ideasg and the subscribers, boosters, and advertisers, without whose interest and support, this book could nothave been possible. To these, and last of all, to Harmon Studio, whose cooperation and generous contributions of photo- graphy have been greatly appreciated, we would like to say, t 3 'if S V ' S6 Compliments of ALLTON INSURANCE CENTER STRASBURG P.T.A. Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. Sr Mrs Mr. 8: Mrs Mr. Sz Mrs. BOOSTERS Robert F. Anderegg Lewis Bigler Jim Bradley Hank Bradshaw Mrs, Ralph J. Buterbaugh Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Cobes Mr. 81. Mrs. E. R. Denzer Mr. gl Mrs. Carl Dreher Ben Feutz Rev. 8: Mrs. Lewis Frees Bob Frey Barbara Gerber Mr. 8a Mrs. Dwight Gerber Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Hafner Mr. Sz Mrs. Andrew Harvey Mrs. Ethel Hasw ell M. R. Helwick Mr. 8a Mrs. Cletus Hensel Mr. Sz Mrs. Milton Hood G. W, Jeandrevin Mrs. Laura Kohr Rev, 8m Mrs. Donald Klohr James L, Kurtz Mr. Sn Mrs. Clifford Lang Rudy W. Luthy Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Lyon Mr. 8: Mrs. Dale McDonald Mr. Sz Mrs. Raymond Margo Floyd May Mrs. Ann Megert Mr. Sz Mrs. George Mizer Joanne Mizer Lloyd Mizer Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Mizer Ruth Mugridge Mr. Ku Mrs. Frank Mutschenknaus Mr. 8: Mrs. Don Neidenthal Mr, 8a Mrs. Kenneth Newlon Lawrence H. Richardson Mr. 8: Mrs. Chuck Ridenbaugh Dean Roush Mr. 8E Mrs. Howard Siebert Mrs. Frances Shutt Eddie Spidell Mr. 8: Mrs, John E. Studer Mr. 8a Mrs. Clyde Whitmer Rev. 8: Mrs. Ivor Willis Mr. Sn Mrs. Clyde Yackey Dick Yurich Sue Zingery 'H Biff 3 WW Mfg? . W ,M ,, WS .iw M ,ii W 1' Ze 'Sf K , .f,,.Mf,M U 'f 1'fAf2i41w2qsWs4Q1E22: KRIEGUS DRY CLEANERS Exclusive Sta-Nu Process Wool and Fur Storage 2 Hour Service 209 N. Wooster Dover, Ohio Compliments - of MILLER IMPLEMENT -..l Li.. AND f f APPLIANCE l...4 Sugarcreek, Ohio Strasburg, Ohio "RED" MALCUIT Excavators "We Move the Earth" Route 1 Strasburg, Ohio ,amuzce DALENE Complime t f FALL'S POTATO YACKEY - 3 W., fs I gli' Us I L 5 JERRY VON KAENEL MOST ATHLETIC SENIORS B y B tt f Less 7 , At :li Ras Falls 4. .S Potcdwes STERTZBACK 'E? S up 6 FOOD MARKET h C ty Oh Wilmot Ohio SCHNEITEB and MARBURGER GRILL 5-'Jroon Phone 9072 st b g Oh ' - - QSEZW J 'A I U x Compliments of Bakers of Toastmaster Bread ALFRED ICKLES BAKERY.l C. .sm .. mg. as Compliments . of Compliments of 5 sese es., 5 an tss , E 3 t 5 E s E N 5 'ett 5 "ttt L My 1 'f 25:46 A A f AUTO PONTIAC C ompli-m ent s STEINTER PONTIAC INC, 525 North Main St. Navarre, Ohio THEATER i I K sig I za.. 0 A two, wif Junction Routes 21 and 250 HISRICH'S WALL PAPER Compliments of AND JUVENILE STORE 12 1 West 4th Street Dover, Ohio Dick Yurich Maryann Margo G I S Home Loans an A BEST LOOKING SENIORS Phone 5705 Strasburg, Ohio Compliments of CHWARTZ' Dover's Greatest Store Ladies' Smart Apparel Dover, Ohio 4.5M T I C ornplirn ents of PURITA LAU DRY and DRY CLEA ER "One of Ohio's Better Equipped Plants" Linen Supply Service Uniform Supply Service Fur Storage Phone 4 - 2368 New Philadelphia, Ohio l SNYDER T, V. AND PARAKEET SHOP T. V. Service Cages and Supplies Strasburg Ohio ENDRES FLORAL COMPANY Phone 4 - 2118 New Philadelphia Ohio BOTT'S SOHIO STATION Strasburg Ohio QUARE BEA TY HOP H f ' x , I G l A Xabf M 1 i W 4 5555 in Y Si' 104 Wooster Ave . air Styling and Waving Rayette and Revlon Pr oducts Strasburg, Ohio Phone 5751 Compliments of REN'S RESTAURANT Dover Ohio Jane Patty Miller Cobes Bin Lang MOST STUDIOUS SE NIORS BORDE ' D PRODUCT K 9 Ca ' s AJRY 136 Front St. S. E. Dover, Ohio Phone 4 - 2961 C mpliments BAKEIYS SHOE f SKIP'S TEXACO SERVICE sr b rg on SHOES . sNYDER's FLORAL REBMPED COMPANY W W 'i:'f' ts I D ?ouwZg2q'l o1v'ro1z9Ifyou6zve St b g Oh g ' Ohio n EILER RECORD and APPLIANCE Op E nlngs 7:30 to 9:30 227 Your Mainline Dealer West 3rd Street, Dove Oh L. i THE GARVER BRO . C0. Tuscarawas County's Only Complete Department Store GX59:fDGX:9Q!0GZQ!DGX:9 Q!bCX9QI3CX9Q!DCX9Q!b This business is the handiwork of thousands of satisfied customers, who by their constant and continuous pat- ronage have given to Strasburg and Tuscarawas County an institution dis- tinguished as THE WORLD'S LAR- GEST COUNTY STORE, LfDGE.JlIDGX.JLiGX.9l.ZD C'X9Q1'3c'x9Q1'3c'x9Q1'5c'x9 "Save in Strasburg" I COMPARE OUR PRICES --if you don't you're bound to pay too much for your merchandise. READ OUR ADS --they tell a story of liberal savings. SAVE WITH COUPONS --our cash coupons save you an extra 2'Z1. This is an added saving you cannot afford to overlook. TRY OUR GUARANTEE --of complete customer satisfaction. Our merchandise must make good. BUY AT GARVER'S --for it suggests to the neighbors that yours is a household devoted' to common sense, thrift and sol- vency. EIR comms T0 r 3 .. H. E. CHERER and SONS "We Build With Better Lumber" Strasburg, Ohio LYON'S Compliments MOTEL of R. R. HEMPERLY Jerry Barbara Von Gerber Kaenel Beach C ity, Ohio SENIORS WITH BEST PERSONALITY TUSCARAWAS BOTTLED GAS MEAT MARKET fwiikm Dependable Bottle Gas Service Strasburg, Ohio Compliments of HEIM CLEANERS AND TAILORING Strasburg, Ohio Strasburg, Ohio Phone 4623 TEVE' GARAGE uw' ' 5 'U f' E QW? 55' General Truck Repair Strasburg, Ohio H0 GLA DRUGS Prescriptions Photo Supplies Everything You Expect of a Good Drug Store G Strasburg, Ohio Hot oint " GERBERS P MARKE T Applianc e s 'esmtp I AN .P-emufgi'-fgror-+ EHLER GE ERAL TGRE Hotpoint and Dexter Sales and Service Zoarville, Ohio Food Produce Route 1 Strasburg, Ohio Phone 4703 SHAFER Q' S' BAKERY Q . 1' Strasburg, Ohio Compliments Compliments of of BLOOM AND KLEIN Canton, Ohio WOW! Sohio 1 O Standard Oil -Q1 O Darlene Keffer f 7 X . . Bulk Station 1 1 fi L Dlck Yumch W Bolivar' Ohio Seniors Most Streamlined PHILLIP MARKET 1 ' .' it ' 5' TH Q gs! gg, O f '-Li? W-H ", t tfx2?1'5'5"'5F5531 -af L if T . - 0319- ' ' Groceries, Meats, Homemade Ice Cream South Wooster Avenue Strasburg, Ohio Compliments of THE ALPI E-ALPA CHEE E FACTORY Hans and Alice Grossniklaus For The Best In Cheese Try Alpine Route 62 South of Wilmot, Ohio Phone 4 - 3625 Compliments f 0 GOODS THE Q9 COLUMBIA QD ROLLER RINK Compliments Compliments Of of ACME MAYBAUGH WINE SHOP PORTS SHOP Strasburg, Ohio Strasburg, GMO , Compliments GAR x of LUMBER ! .1 COMPANY 4 ,f N 'IIIE CITIZENS st sb g ohio 'iii I H D ANDREAS WSVPAQF o s. ri . 2 .5 ALE RV' v ov ' , S SI .4'EMBf'9 Beach City, Ohio StI'aSbUI'g, Ohio For Good Food ------Come to CIIUCII'S DRIVE IN 151111 nf 7 C 7 I 5 ..- Y Class Rmgs Medals - Troph1es C ompliment s of JOE 00X HERFF-JONES C0 Box 247 Cuyahoga Falls Oh10 I wi At STRASBURG SALES Eve y T esday N'ght W slll and POPULAR SE NIORS Sue Zingery Jerry Von Kae el fa, 0 X. MOST N Xin S 5032 Q 0 ,Qggllff iQ5Qv., +6 RKET 30? GEPFERTS F000 MARKET 819 North Wooster Ave ue Strasburg, Oh1o Compliments , of Compliments of RIPLEY' JOHNNY SCHENK ' Route 2 Dover, Ohio M E V R , A Country Style Hams th Bacon Sz Luncheon Meats 7 , 1 ', Theres a 1 n your future! 1 AMAN'S K , f' X3 GARAGE Wholesale Retail I Sales - Service - Parts Phone 5244 Navarre, Ohio Phone 6 - 6231 Beach City, Ohio A DREW HARVEY TIN SHOP Oil, Gas, Coal Furnaces Spouting 158 S,W, 3rd, Street Strasburg, Ohio Phone 4683 Cleaning "Come Clean Dyeing With US" y Pressing N Strasburg, Ohio Phone 5654 if if f f Fm SUPERl0R GARAGE ' 3. WEBER M 'Q Body 8: Fender Work -"5" J.. Ll BARBER Wrecks Rebuilt 'l S5 WP ff ji SHOP y -4, L. I -r c f: f .ui l Strasburg Ohio DAM senulce DELITE N ,,.7 551251 ' Aristocrat of Frozen Dairy Products LET' 114 M ' St t Ph 63754 Strasburg Ohio am ree one Beach City, Ohio Compliments of CPIQDUCYS 0 f" -. "I nookm K, L W 5 DAIRY 'Nr Q x 1 f 'Q JB, t :2: . 1 Q x H gt xg, Q-L5 Strasburg, Ohio SHUTT'S M E M R L QUALITY POTATOES 0 T H P Jfflfliliifiifln 0 Strasburg, Ohio C omplirn ents of STEFFE Wooster Avenue FUNERAL HOME Strasburg, Ohio Phone 4944 Strasburg, Ohio 1 l YENNY ELECTRIC General Electric Appliance ,N --.'-' l NISE!! Take Time To Have Your Car Serviced Strasburg, Ohio It is the road that leads to safety Ellen Mizer R ' i ?Aii E EAZ E ,E.5 Loren Sundheimer Dalene Y k Mogtegizgfsted ac ey Sugarcreek, Ohio THE DCVER CHAMBER of COMMERCE ,xx km xx 'ww FOz 1 F01 4417471404 'ffl an pw fl 903 M ig mm mm-wx xiao Congratulations to Strasburg High School from the Retail Division-Dover Chamber ofComrnerce. We welcome your patronage in Dover and thank you for your past business. vN KNEW KN T92 -1-S04 1.44444 14, c"1'lfpa'l4,0' 903 M ig xxx mmmx Nao: Dover, Ohio Eddie 'V 'zii 1 SHYEST , SENIORS 7 ,..' Meek M Compliments of THE DAILY TIME Patty Cobes Lf ,Z 'yilbaxx , 7 Q W STRASBURG Qt Z ,052 PROVISION CO Q 2 IQ IQ YA Sa Fine Country Meats Phone 5173 New Philadelphia Ohio Cl DY' BOLIVAR MOTOR CO. Jzv There? U0 901366 fi UPSW' Q, rg, Qb Ut it, senwcs .:i: 0 ' 'O 'I' X Fi? a Bolivar ZPMOXSAX Ghio V 1W'5+'S is H522 I so EAT ESPENSCHIED ' . C I -' PIANO co. x l Tuscarawas County's RE T Meet Complete Music st Strasburg Ohio OTE New Philadelphia Ohio 1 CORNETT'S DINER Just Good Food EQ IPME T C0. Case Farm Machinery Resrauefur . is . - Badger Barn Cleaners Dover Ohio Chief Garden Tractors , 1 Taylor-Way Subsoilers Temple Ton Loaders W' E-ANIilXYLOR Hanson Sprayers SONS L' k' t lc mg Ga es Larro Feeds, Lime, Fertilizer, Etc. Phone 6 - 6925 Beach City, Ohio Beach City, Ohio Phone 63265 Best Dressed Seniors Maryann Margo Dick Yurich Joyce Williams Compliments of 2:1 nn. w.E. Fl msn M, AND L, MARKET Dundee, Ohio Strasburg, Ohio DON and BOB' A HLAND ERVICE TATl0N Goodrich Tires Automobile Service , !,.,l .:.E g X Free Pick-Up and Delivery Q: K S it ZH X Sffx 1,551 lf :PAIRS M Corner of Church Street and Route 212 in Beach Clty Ohio lm" Phone 6 6982 Compliments GOLD STAR f TRUCK STOP o Good Food FL 0 K "We specialize in tenderized . steaks and homemade chili IN UR A N CE Route 1 Strasburg Ohio 8 ' THE INSURANCE E rum' ND ff- I REALLY msunes Q - Strasburg Ohio ,L,-I I Q E . , vw . 1 Q, , .L,, 331 1,19 '. X rg , , ,- A TW.: T ff 1511- E' , I 2 I , haf' .M A . 'fi f'f.,1'9i :Mfg W1 .j f' 11 3 .pw - X . X, W., . 4 Sf- .Jw A ,f T:l!r'.,z. '. .Q . .155 'ur 9: . ,u,,f..! , 1 Jr 155 - -, " 9.1:-msg' ' A 4 Yiwu V 51' ' - plrx,-A A 4 -'- ? 4 3 Eta ity . 4,111.1- mm V -v. -Vw .1 NP WF" . . '-fr-f, . 'K .. I -, ,. f ..,. . 5 5.7 . , . .gV.1:r- 1 J I .'V-r - . .-1:-. ,E - .L Jia., .N : eg.. ,,- :..: - .1 . . J. .E "ii, cf.-'7H..V. 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