Taft High School - Statesman Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1960
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ln order To reach The helghTs you musT asplre To succeed Each sTep Tn your progress musT be care
Tully planned and paT1enTly pursued unTrl :T as accomplrshed MeThods and skulls learned IO The TrrsT
sTep should be used ID The soluTlon of The problems meT rn The sTeps ThaTTollow
lT rs, perhaps, well for you To schedule your progress and from Time To Tvme To check To see IT you
are succeeding as rapldly as planned Early success rewards you Tor many more years and :T also en
courages you To seT hngher goals
Remember ThaT sTrengTh, skrlls, knowledge and self confrdence come from hard work Through whlch
you have used your head, your hands, and your hearT
Know where you wanT To go, plan how you wnll go and sTarTgonng
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HlsTory and experience have shown raTher clearly ThaT your success ns golng To be de
Termnned by how wlsely you ploT your course and how effechvely you use The power
CerTaln qualmes of characTer are required To do Thus wrTh saTlsfacTuon and happlnes
and other people You become aware of The qualmes whuch will serve besT your pur
poses You wlll know That love kindness honesfy courage nnTegrlTy and suncernfy are
posmve forces You wull avond selfnshness haTe cruelTy dushonesty rudeness and care
Sfrvve for success Remember ThaT many failures are due To lack of defermnnahon To
succeed BuT donT leT false nohons of success depnve you of The 'oy of llvlng your
lrfe and engoysng The progress you make When you have given your besT efforT To
lnfe you have Then earned The rlght To feel proud of The clnmb you have made
To yourself. You, in your preparaTion for The climb, will place cerTain values on yourself
"Trust The dreams, for in them is hidden The gate to eternity."
The counselors augment the instructional program by assisting students in The selection of
curricula and by guiding students in the formulation of life objectives. Through These services,
students are given a sturdy rung in the ladder which they must climb in their search for ful-
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MISS REGINA VVEISS
SC Oolsecrelary MRS MARIAN BRYANT
WuTh calm dngnufy and efflclency The offuce sTaff keeps The wheels of The school Turnung
WlThouT Them mayhem wnfh Them a smooTh vvorlcung machune By The producTs whrch we
all That us good
MRS PHYLIS ASHE MRS l. ANDERSON
School Clerk SCl'1Q0lClerk
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become, we give Them honor. There is hardly a beTTer reason for us To look up and sfrive for
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MRS LEILA LUNDQUIST
MR. JOHN ARRINGTON
MRS. ELMA BOWERS
MRS. OLIVE GROOMS
MR CORNELIUS JORDAN
English Social Studies
MRS. VALERIE WALLACE
MRS. LAURA SMIT
MR. OBADIAH WILLIAMS
MR. CHARLES WYNNE
MR ROBERT BECKER
MR GEORGE COWDREY
MR THOMAS ARMSTRONG
MR ROBERT BADGLEY
MR GEORGE GREENE MR ROBERT JACKSON
Mathemafics Science, Mathematics Science Science
MR VIRGIL TAYLOR
MISS BLANCHE TVRZNIK
Mr. Roebuck and Business Class
MRS LAURA ALEXANDER
MISS MARY ANTHONY
French Social Studies
MRS. ROSE CALLOWAY
MR. JOSEPH CORCORAN
MISS JUDITH DEITERS
MISS HENRIETTA SCHMEUSZER
Social Studies, Business '
MISS MILDRED TIEMAN
MRS MONTANA JONES
MRS EDNA REHKAMP
MR WILLARD STARGEL
DR LEWIN LYGIA WALLACE
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MRS MARQUITA MCLEAN
MR JAMES MORRIS
MR EUGENE ROBINSON
ART AND MUSIC
MR JAMES PARKE
MR JAMES ALLENDER
MR WOODSON CONWAY
Mr. Brothers and Students
MRS. PATRICIA POTTER
MRS. CORINNE SPRINGER
IWDL STRI AL ARTS
MR WILLIAM CANTER
Mechanical Drawmg Wood
Electrncnty Graphec Arts
MR CHARLES JENNINGS
Special Educatnon Mechamcal
MR HERMAN TURNER
Metal Mechanical Drawmg
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MRS. ANNA CHILDRESS
MR. CRAIG MACMANN
MR. NELSON THINNES
TEACHERS AND STUDENTS WORK
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Annual Staff, Science Club
BAINES, LAWRENCE "Pony"
Honor Club, Senior Choir, Chef's Club, Track.
Tau Delfa, Color Guard.
Senior Secrefarial Club, G.A.A.
ANDREWS, RONALD "Andy"
ALLEN, WILLIAM "Billy
G.A.A., Horne Economics
Y-Teens, Art Club
Club, Boosters, Senior
Student Council, Senior Choir, Tri-M Club, Senior
Citizenship, Home Economics, G.A.A., Senior Y-Teens
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BIRGANS, WILLIAM "Will"
"T" Club, Football.
BLANKENSHIP, JAMES "Blank"
BLANKENSHIP, NORMAN "Blank"
Library Club, Ninth Street Hi-Y.
BOGGAN, JOSEPH "Joe"
Ninth Street Hi-Y, Esquires, Citizenship.
BELL, PATRICIA "Pat"
President of Dentender Hi-Y, Sec. of Senior Y-Teens
Annual Staff, Dramatic Club, High Standard Society
G.A.A., Glee Club, Prom Committee, Les Honorables
BELL, STEWART "Beatnik"
F.T.A., President, Student Court, Student Council.
Cross Country, Track, Delta I-li-Y.
BONNER, ESSIE MAE
Annual Staff, Boosters Club, Dance Club.
BRADY, VIRGIL F. "Peat"
Defenders, Hi-Y, Senior Choir.
BRIDGES, JEROME HOWARD
President Pi Tau Delta, Tatler Staff, Football Manager.
BROWN, ARTHUR M. "Milt"
Honor Club, Cltlzenshlp, Photography Club.
BROWN, DEMARISE "Ducky"
Senior Y-Teens, Booster Club.
Student Council, Girls' Glee Club, G.A.A., Senior
Senior Choir, Tau Lambda Chi,
Senior Choir, Health Career Club.
Science Club, Photography Club.
Senior Class, Secretary, Student Council, Secretary,
Tatler Staff, Tau Lambda Chi, Spanish Club, Health
Career Club, Booster Club.
Pi Tau Delta, Honor Club, Annual Staff, Tatler Staff,
CALLOVVAY, RlCHARD "Dickie"
Spanish Club, President, Vice President Senior Class,
Science Club, "T" Club, Tatler Staff, Annual Staff.
Senior Choir, Health Career Club
CLOWER, BOBBIE "Barby"
Tau Lambda Chi, President, Co-Editor Tatler Staff,
Annual Staff, Science Club, World Affairs.
Drama Club, Delta Hi-Y.
COLEMAN, SYLVESTER "Vest"
Hall Monitor, Senior Citizenship.
Senior Class Treasurer.
COOKE, LORRAINE "Larrie"
Alpha Chi Gamma, President, Senior Secretarial
Club, Vice President, Honor Club, Senior Choir.
COOPER, HENRY "Coop"
Senior Choir, Chef's Club, Secretary, Chess Club,
COURTNEY, JOHN "Saltine"
Spanish Club, Science Club, Annual Staff, Tau Lamb-
Photography Club, Health Career Club, Girls' Glee
Club, Senior Y-Teens, Booster.
CU RE, LEROY "Skeezic"
Honor Club, Pi Tau Delta, Vice President, Council,
Vice President, Spanish Club, Annual Staff, Tri-M,
Senior Choir, Senate Committee Chairman, Prom
Honor Club, Science Club, Audio-Visual Aids.
ENGLISH, CLYDE "Franklin"
Student Council, President, Pi Tau Delta, Tatler, Co-
editor, Honor Club, Annual Staff, Spanish Club, Color
DAVIS, LAWANDA "Landy"
Senior Choir, Y-Teens, Annual Staff.
DAVIS, LO RETTA
Student Council, Senior Citizenship Committee, Cam
era Club, Senior Y-Teens, Health Career Club.
DAVIS, NATHANIEL "Nay"
Photography Club, Health Career Club, F.T.A., Senior
Y-Teens, Booster Club.
Girls' Glee Club.
FORD, PATRICIA Pat
Delta, Secretary, Honor Club, Tatler Staff,
Senior Choir, G.A.A.
GARVIN, YOLANDA "Lonnie"
Vice President, Science Club, G.A.A., Health Career
Club, Senior Citizenship Committee, Student Council,
Booster Club, Girls' Glee Club.
GLASPER, GENEVA "Genny"
Senior Y-Teens, Booster Club, Spanish Club
Library, Chef's Club.
GOULD, J ESSE
Senior Y-Teens, Girls' Glee Club.
Girls' Glee Club, Health Career Club, Booster Club.
Booster Club, Camera Club, Girls' Glee Club.
"A" Band, Library Club.
Boys' Glee Club.
Science Club, Annual Staff, Booster Club, F.T.A,,
Spanish Club, Treasurer, World Affairs, Prom Com-
Senior Y-Teens, Booster Club, Senior Choir.
HATCHER, WANELESS "Snook"
A Football, Tau Lambda Chi, Muscle Club
HUGHES, ROBERT "Bob"
Boys' Glee Club, Pau Ti Delta.
Senior Choir, H.S.S., Tri-M, Spanish Club, Pi Tau
Delta, Treasurer, Annual Staff, Tatler Staff, Boosters.
HILL, SANDRA "Sandy"
Booster Club, Senior Y-Teens, "A" Band.
Senior Choir, Library Club.
Tau Lambda Chi, Senior Choir, Carnera Club
Girls' Glee Club.
Senior Choir, Senior Y-Teens, Photography Cluk
G.A.A., Cheerleaders, Dancing Club.
Senior Choir, Maiorette, "A" Band.
Chef's Club, Art Club, Camera Club.
JENKINS, JESSE "Weed"
Basketball, Baseball, Cross-country, Chef's Club.
JOHNSON, ARTHUR "Juicy"
Tau Lambda Chi, "T" Club, Science Club, Football.
Senior Choir, Chess Club, Chefs Club, Tau Lambda
Senior Choir, World Affairs Club.
JOHNSON, MAXINE "Maxie"
Booster Club, President, F.T.A., Senior Y-Teens, Pho
tography Club, Science Club.
Senior Y-Teens, F.T.A., Girls' Glee Club.
Booster Club, Senior Y-Teens, G.A.A.
F.T.A., Girls' Glee Club, Senior Y-Teens, Dance Club.
Senior Choir, Senior Y-Teens.
Senior Choir, Senior Y-Teens, F.T.A.
JORDAN, WILLIARD "Snooky"
Cheerleader, Senior Y-Teens, G.A.A., Annual Staff
H.S.S., Art Club, Booster Club, Senior Cabinet.
"A" Band, Chet's Club, Chess Club, Camera Club
Chefs Club, Senior Choir, Swimming Team.
LANGFORD, CATHY "Kitty"
Cheerleader, Senior Choir, G.A.A., Drama,
Booster Club, Camera Club, Senior Y-Teens
Girls Glee Club FTA
G.A.A., President, Preview Queen, Science Club
Photography Club, Library Club, Spanish Club.
LOCKETT, LAU RA
G.A.A., Secretary, Senior Y-Teens, Girls' Glee Club.
MCCORD, RUTH WILLIE
STudenT Council, Senior Citizenship Committee,
Health Career Club, G.A.A., Library Club.
Girls' Glee Club.
Senior Y-Teens, Honor Club.
World Affairs Club, Boosler Club
Senior Y-Teens, Home Economics Club, G.A.
Senior Choir, Cheerleader, F.T.A., H.S.S., Camera
Horne Economics Club, Health Career Club.
Honor Club, Pau Tau Delta, Stage Crew, Audio Visual
Tau Lambda Chi, Annual Staff, Senior Choir.
Senior Class, President, Honor Club, Vice President,
Student Council, Treasurer, Annual Staff, Editor, "A"
Band, Orchestra, Tatler Staff.
Photography Club, Girls' Glee Club.
Senior Citizenship Committee, Student Council
Health Career Club, Senior Y-Teens, F.T.A.
Maiorette, Senior Secretarial Club, Booster Club,
PAR1S, FRED "Chick"
Alpha Hi-Y, Baseball, Library, Stage Crew.
Student Council, Senior Citizenship Committee, Sen-
Hall Monitor, Chet s Club.
Tau Lambda Chi.
NELSON, DONALD "Jabo"
"T" Club, Cross-Country, Baseball.
O HAIR, RONNIE
Student Council, Tatler Staff
Spanish Club, Science Club, Health Career Club.
PETTWAY, MARY "Lucy"
Senior Choir, Alpha Beta Chi, Tau Lambda Chi.
Tau Lambda Chi, Senior Y-Teens.
Senior Y-Teens, Camera Club, Delta Hi-Y.
PITTMAN, CAROLYN "Carol"
Defenders, Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens.
Home Economics Club, Glee Club, G.A.A.
PRISOCK, BARBARA "Babs"
Varsity Cheerleader, Annual Staff, Pi Lau Delta, Hon
Senior Citizenship Committee, Chef's Club.
ROSEMAN, EDWARD "Eddie"
Booster Club, Senior
Art Club, Treasurer.
RILEY, WILLIAM "Bill"
Chess Club, Vice President, Chet's Club, Senior Cit-
izenship Committee, Vice President, Spanish Club,
Phi Lambda Chi, Student Council, Tatler Staff, Or-
RANSOM, RONALD "Rami"
Student Council, Senior Citizenship Committee, Hall
Drama Club, Senior Y-Teens, Tatler Staff.
RHODES, RONALD "Mitch"
President, Honor Club, Tatler Staff, Student Council,
Senior Citizenship Committee.
Senior Citizenship Committee, Library Club.
Y-Teens, Camera Club, G.A.A.,
"A" Band, Library Club, Cross-Country, CI'ief's Club,
Tau Lambda Chi, Senior Y-Teens.
Senior Choir, Track.
SHAW, MARY ALICE
H.S.S., Girls' Glee Club, Booster Club, Prorn Corn-
rnittee, Annual Staff, Vice President, Senior Y-Teens.
SHUMATE, KATHLEEN "Kitten"
Senior Choir, Pi Tau Delta, Annual Staff, President
Science Club, Senior Y-Teens, Treasurer, H.S.S., Of-
SIMS, CH RISTINE
Senior Choir, Industrial Club.
Annual Staff, President, Science Club, Senior Y-Teens
STEPHENS, KENDELL "Beer"
"A" Band, Orchestra, Camera Club, Vice President,
Annual Staff, Spanish Club, Science Club, Track,
Cl'1ef's Club, President.
STEVENS, RUFUS "Ricardo"
Boys' Glee Club.
Home Economics Club, Senior Y-Teens, F.T.A., Girls'
Glee Club, G.A.A.
Senior Choir, G.A.A., Tri-M, Senior Y-Teens, Home
Economics Club, Library.
Honor Club, Pi Tau Delta, Senior Y-Teens, Office
SMITH, DOUGLAS "Horse"
Vice President, Student Council, Senior Choir, Stu-
dent Council, Tri-M, "T" Club, F.T.A., Football Co-
Captain, Track, Tau Lambda Chi.
Football, Track, Esquires.
Health Career Club, Senio
America, Senior Y-Teens.
r Choir, F.T.A., Treasurer,
SUGGS, FREDRICK "Chan"
Football, Track, Chef's Club, World Affairs, Science
Club, Alpha Hi-Y.
Photography Club, Chefs Club, M
SUTHERLIN, JOSEPH "Kemo"
Senior. Citizenship Committee, President, Student
Council, Representative, Basketball, Track, World Af-
fairs, Annual Staff, Hall Monitor, "T" Club.
Health Career Club, Girl
s' Glee Club
Industrial Art Club.
President, Senior Y-Teens, Home Economics Club,
Orchestra, F.T.A., Spanish Club, Office Worker.
THURMAN, EDDIE "Shorty"
G.A.A., Health Career Club, Camera Club.
Alpha Hi-Y, Tau Lambda Chi, Photography Club
Booster Club, Senior Secretarial Club.
Senior Choir, Tri-M Club.
Senior Choir, Tri-M Club.
UPSHAW, LAMAR 1'RuClCly"
President, Camera Club, Vice President, Delta Hi-Y,
Science Club, Chess Club, Track, "A" Band, Orches-
tra, "T" Club, Cross-Country.
VANCE, MINNIE "Mickey"
Tau Lambda Chi, Senior Y-Teens, G.A.A., Health
G.A.A., Captain, Malorette, Tri-M, Senior Choir, Sen-
Football Swimmin Tearn, Track, Student Council,
WALKER, ARTIE "StiIt"
Senior Choir, Basketball, Football, Track, Baseball
Boys' Glee Club, Senior Choir, Track.
Tau Lambda Chi.
Tau Lambda Chi, Senior Y-Teens, Home Economics
WHITE, ERNEST "Man"
Booster Club, G.A.A., Glee Club.
World Affairs, Health Career Club.
President, Home Economics Club, Sfafesman Staff
Senior Y-Teens, Tau Lambda Chi.
Honor Club, Cross Country Team, Senior Choir,
Drama Club, Track Team.
WASHINGTON, CARL "Red"
WILLIAMS, ARTHUR "Conservative"
Tau Lambda Chi.
Spanish Club, Booster Club, Girls' Glee Club, G.A.A.,
Chef's Club, "A" Band, Photography Club, Boys' Glee
Chet's Club, Honor Club, Science Club.
Central Hi-Y, Boys' Glee Club.
Basketball, "T" Club, Baseball, Boys' Glee Club
Senior Secretarial Club
Honor Club Senior Choir
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
RALPH CANADY ELLA TIDMORE
EARL BROOKS CARL DAILEY
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CI AQ? DAY 59
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JEROME BRIDGES HATTIE E HARRIS
The lares and penates of R A Taft Hugh School were extending therr province
beyond the bulldnng thas year All Clncunnatl was made aware of the future po
tentnal of Taft students when Jerome Brndges and Hattie Harris won the titles of
Vlce Mayors of Crncrnnatl In the Boys Week and Glrls Week actlvltles Com
petung wrth students from the other Clnclnnatr hugh schools Jerome and Hattie
evoked enough confldence In their abllltles to be elected to the aforementioned
office and for one day sat In the chambers of the crty fathers
We at home ID Taft basked In their reflected glory and planned to take the
next step to the offzce of mayor
"Ho, Giant!This is I!
I have built me a bean-stalk into your sky!
La,-but its lovely, up so high!"
EDNA ST. VINCENT MILLAY
The Student Council may be said to be a kind of bootstrap by which the student
body lifts itself Through its own effort to a high level of democratic citizenship.
Its purposes are to stimulate and develop a healthy school spirit, to encourage
and maintain participation by students in school activities, to promote student
initiative in school proiects, to foster a spirit of cooperation among the students
and faculty members, and to recommend ways and means by which the school may
Members of the council are elected representatives of each homeroom.
This year, the Student Council was fortunate in having, as guest speaker at
an assembly program, Mr. Wendell H. Pierce, Superintendent of Cincinnati Public
Schools. His address, "Developing Broader Understandings Through Education,"
was interesting, informative, and stimulating.
Clyde English Mr Wendell Plerce Superlntendenf of Schools Joseph Sufherlnn Leroy Cure Jeromes
Bridges Yvonne Bush Wrlllam Riley and Wllham Baker
E IOR CITIZEN HIP COM ITTEE
Pl'eSid9f1f YVYVV VYVYVYY ,,,,, , J OSEPH SUTHERLIN
Vice President ,,,,,,, ,YY,,, , ,,,,V W ILLIAM RlLEY
Secretary Y ,7,V , ,,,, Y CLEVELAND PRITCHETT
STANDING, FIRST ROW: Ronald Ransom, Yvonne Patterson, Yvonne Bush, Cecelia Brown, Carolyn
Rister. KNEELING: Joseph Sutherlin, Zella McCollum, Yolanda Garvin, Louis Moore, Ronnie O'Hair,
Loretta Davis. SECOND ROW: Sandra Sykes, Mr. Van Ness, Cleveland Pritchett.
The Senior Citizenship Committee is composed ot seniors only, elected by their
homerooms. Realizing how important citizenship is to the welfare ot the in-
dividual, the school, the community and to the nation, the committee strives to
secure, maintain, and uphold good citizenship standards. Knowing that hard
work and a supreme effort is needed for success, the Senior Citizenship Com-
mittee has contributed its time and effort toward developing the highest degree
of cooperation, loyalty, and responsibility in our school.
TUDE T COURT
As we venture higher in our climbing, the ideas of functions of
the Student Court will help to keep us on the right path.
The Student Court is the Judicial body of Student Council. lt tries
cases brought before it by any member of Student Council or any
member of the faculty. The Court is composed of seven students who
are elected by the entire student body.
SEATED: Douglas Smith-Vice President, Jerome Bridges-President: Lucile Walker-Clerk.
STANDING: Stewart Bell, Luther Kelley, Paul Brooks, Edger Vinson.
The opening song of Taffcapades This year was "ShooTin' High."
The song could well have been dedicaTed To The members of The Honor
Club for Their academic accomplishmenTs represenT an earnesf desire
To seT and reach a goal considerably higher Than ThaT of The general
Honor Club members are selecTed for having earned and mainTained
an academic average of "B" or above. The group, under The guidance
of Mr. Van Ness, concerT Their eTTorTs so ThaT They can spur Themselves
on To greaTer degrees of excellence, and perhaps inspire oThers To
follow Their examples.
HONOR CLUB OFFICERS
PresidenT ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.a ,, ,,,,,,,, RONALD RHODES
Vice PresidenT ,,,, u,,,,. J OHN MONTGOMERY
SecreTary ,,,,,,, ,,,,,., . BRENDA SMITH
Treasurer .,,,,,, .,,. N ANCY RILEY
PI TA DELTA
"Look not Thou down but up!"
With hopes of things to come, Pi Tau Delta is dedicated to the stimulation of
a high level of moral, social and scholastic performance-both in themselves and,
through example, in the student body.
The membership is composed of twelve seniors, six boys and six girls, chosen
by the faculty and the group of the preceding year. Criteria for membership
are high academic achievement and service to the school.
FIRST ROW: Yvonne Bush, Kathleen Shumate, Marian Jackson, Jerome Bridges, Brenda Smith, Barbara
Prisock, Patricia Ford.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Dowdell, Leroy Cure, Clyde English, Robert Hughes, Jack Miller, William Baker.
TAU LAMBDA CHI
"Nay, come up hither. From this wave-
Unto the furthest flood-brim look with mef
Then reach on with thy thought till it be
TAU LAMBDA CHI
Tau Lambda Chi, The Library Club, is composed of students who assist the
school librarian in making books and materials housed in the library more con-
venient to the student body. Through their help students may explore the
wisdom ofthe ages and fortified reach confidently to the future.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
It also presented to the public a spring concert. ln addition to
this heavy schedule, members of the choir formed the nucleus
ofthe all-school variety show, Taftcapades.
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The old magic was still there and Taft's band, as they played
and pranced across the football gridiron, captured once again
the fancy of the crowd. The reputation has long since been made
for general excellence. To the query, "can they outdo them-
selves?", the band answerswnvvatch our step, we're still climbing."
BOYS, GLEE CLUB
FIRST ROW Larry Davls James Lockland Joe Davis Henry Jackson Robert Hams Wlllle Kung Robert
Hargrove Rufus Stephens Arthur Starkey Eddie OHara Carl Daly Elhl Jones Joe Carmichael
Ralph Brown Herman Watson Joe Hargabrook
Clarence Landrum John Hudson Charles Poole John Carroll James Rnley Edgar Vinson Tom
Mullms Reddman Whitaker
THIRD ROW Eugene Anderson Howard Solomon Hunter Fnsher James Robmson Albert Nelson
Andrew Washington Thomas Harrns Charles Ramsey Wnllsard Smith Leroy Kidd
SECOND ROW: Williard Jordan, Herman Jamison, Stanley Montgomery, Donald Coaston, Alonzo Lamb,
Under the direction of Mr. C. Van Jordan, the Drama Club
presented to a delighted audience "The Family Upstairs" by Harry
Delf. This domestic comedy revealed in three acts the trials of
a mother bent upon getting her daughter married, an old situa-
tion done with novel and invigorating twists of dialogue that
literally lett the audience in tears of laughter. The cast was
composed of Rose Washington, Ted Rankin, Ronald Buchannan,
Minnie Coleman, Sherlene Whitfield, Harvey Johnson, Fred Paris,
Eleanor Ruff, and Anstell Reed. Technical crew members were
Juanita Anderson, Alberta Foster, Thelma Tutt, Elaine Bechman,
Carrie Jones, and Louise Ward.
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The purpose of the Science Club is to stimulate scientific interest among the
Taft students. This purpose is realized through the exhibition of science proiects
by Taft students. ln addition to activities within the school, Science Club mem-
bers participate in activities sponsored by Miami University at Oxford, Ohio and
the University of Cincinnati.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Demarise Brown, Toni Barnett, Willa Ziegler, Sally Timberlake, Emma Smith, Beatrice
Smith, Mary Owens.
HIGH TA DARDS SOCIETY
FIRST ROW: Patricia Ford, Joyce Foster, Lucille Walker, Betty Brown, Emma Fegin, Dorothy Burns,
Patricia Bell, Louise Jones, Beverly Dawson.
SECOND ROW: Dora Vinegar, Audrey Smith, Clara Price, Beverly Blue, Marian Jackson, Mary Shaw.
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Vice President L, feffrf MARY SHAW
Secretary V W YYYY,YYY W, PATRICIA BELL
Assistant Secretary teee effe L AURlE JONES
Treasurer Y K , W, ,,,,, AUDREY SMITH
FIRST ROW: Mary Shaw, Patricia Bell, Audrey Smith, Louise Jones.
SECOND ROW: Patricia George, Ava Webb, Yvonne Patterson, Betty Feagin, Essie Bonner, Alberta
Foster, Dora Vinegar, Brenda Cokely, Blanche Walker, Joyce McNeil, Gustina Kelley.
THIRD ROW: Loretta Davis, Lula Pierce, Antionette McCall, Genevia Glasper, Marcia Springs, Rosie
Thomas, Janice Gaither Jackson, Brenda Smith, Sherliene Whitfield, Brenda McCullom.
FOURTH ROW: Nettie Maddox, Barbara Prisock, Elaine Beckom, Helen Delaney, Juanita Kelsey, La-
wanda Davis, Yvonne Black.
"They might not seem thy prophecies,
But spiritual presentiments,
And such refraction of events
As often rises ere they rise,"
ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON
The Tatler is the school newspaper. The publication staff, through monthly
editions, strives to keep the student body informed of events relating to the
school and its activities. In addition to this function, the newspaper serves as an
indication of what can be achieved by students. Thus it becomes an incentive
TATLER STAFF 1959-60
, Clyde English
.. . John Montgomery
Post-Times-Star . .. Bobbie Clower
John Carol, Matthew Ferguson, Pat Ford, York
Hazley, Mary Patterson, Nancy Riley, Anstell Reed,
Earl Brooks, Lucille Walker.
Business Managers ,
. Ronald Rhodes
Mrs. V. Wallace
N NUAL TAFF
SEATED: Mary Gillespie "Art Editor," Patricia Bell, Essie Bonner, Marian Jackson, Hattie Harris.
STANDING: Betty Warren, Wanda Mullins, Audrey Smith, Leroy Cure, John Courtney, Barbara Prisock,
Bobbie Clower, John Montgomery "Editor," Richard Calloway, Ronald Andrews, Clyde English, Kendall
Stephens, Joseph Sutherlin, William Riley, Mary Shaw, Yvonne Bush, Mrs, Alexander "Advisor,"
Mr. Williams and
The offrce helpers are a group of students who on a voluntary
basis assist the professional office staff IH ITWBIHTBIDIIWQ a well
regulated lnstututnon The students gain rnvaluable experience rn
clerical services and also gain the opportunrty to asslst In ex
pedltung the solvlng of school problems Through thrs medrurn
they prolect themselves unto positron of better understanding
how the school functions thereby easing the Transition from
student to adult
FIRST ROW: Stewart Bell, Nancy Riley-Vice President, Lucille Walker-Secretary, Willa Mae Shelby,
Mary Patterson-Treasurer, Gloria Johnson.
SECOND ROW: Dorothy Furr, Douglas Smith-President, Louise Moore, Cleveland Pritchett, Brenda
Cokley, Carolyn Hounshell, Rebel Helton, Claudine Kemper.
THIRD ROW: Earnestine Abbott, Delores Johnson, Patrica Glasper, Patrica Canady, Neille Burns,
Carolyn Mitchell, Barbara Stroud.
FOURTH ROW: Irene Merritt, Willie Shy, John Johnson, Jerome Bridges, Douglas Kibble.
FIFTH ROW: Joseph Stevens, James Robinson, Eric Good,
FIRST ROW Loretta Davis Rosie Thomas Annie Leslie Julia Lewis Ann Peoples Louise Moore
SECOND ROW Carrie Jones Willa Lane Margie Hall Carolyn Crawford Virginia Whitmore Betty
Feagin Dorothy Burns Ruby Durrah Ann Hamler Phyllis Gulley Barbara Street Shirley Winbush
THIRD ROW Bonita Flint Evelyn Glover
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PA ISH CLUB
The Spanish Club is composed ot students of high caliber. The
purpose ot the club is to obtain a better comprehension of the
Spanish people, their customs, and their cultural history.
SEATED Johnny Powell Sylvia Walker Gaither Smith Mrs Calloway Mary McGee Nancy Allen
Pearline Steele Betty Lowell Cleveland Prtchett Jerome Bridges
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The Chess Club was started in 1958. The purpose of the club
is to promote an understanding of the fundamentals of chess.
The club membership is open to all students of Robert A. Taft
SEATED, left to right: Joe Stephens, Lamar Upshaw, Willis Hill, Betty Warren,
Willie Jones, Edgar Vinson.
STANDING: Douglas Kibble, Henry Cooper, Ruby Vinson, Charles Roberts, Norman
Blankenship, Joe Johnson, Emmett Davis.
BOO TER CLUB
BOOSTER CLUB DANCE
November 20, 1959
Marion Jackson smiles happily as she is crowned
queen of ihe dance,
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Honor came to the school when the music
department was invited to present a program
for the National Convention of the Department of
Audio-Visual Instruction, National Association in
the Pavilion Caprice ot the Netherland Hilton Ho-
The group gave, in song and dance, a "Salute
to the Sixtiesnfa prophesy of what to expect from
the world during the decade of the '6O's.
Under the direction ot Mr. Conway, Mrs. Chil-
clress, Mrs. Potter, and Mr. Jordan, the Students
represented the Cincinnati school system with
finesse and excellence. No better evidence was
needed than the standing ovation which the dele-
gates awarded the group at the finale of the
WENT THE TROLLEY
TAFT CAPADES GOES BEATNIK
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MISS JUNIOR CLASS 1959-1960
Amid myriad shafts of multi-
colored lights reflected by a revolv-
ing crystal ball, the Junior Class
crowned their queen. The tradition-
al semi-formal dance was a swank
affair decorated in the St. Valen-
tine's Day motif. Climax to the eve-
ning's festivities was the naming of
"Miss Junior Class of 1960" and
members of her court.
The coveted honor was bestowed
upon Rebel Hilton by Emma Hill,
"Miss Junior Class of l959." Mem-
bers of the court were: Maggie
Saggus, First Maid, Mary Jo Lynch,
Second Maid, Mary Gillespie, Wilma
Harrison, Carol Lowson, Orlean Mor-
ton, Carol Douglas, Mary Miller,
Gladys Cricler, and Gloria Johnson.
Members of the Executive Com-
mittee of the Junior Class who
made, through diligent planning,
this a memorable event were Ralph
Canady, Earl Brooks, Paul Brooks,
Willie King, Judy Vann, Ella Tid-
more, Mary Patterson, Nancy Riley,
John Carroll, Carl Daily, York Hot-
sey, Lucille Walker, and Dorothy
The Queen and Her Court
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Willard Stargel, Track, Craig Macmann, Basketball, Ben Waterman, Baseball, Joe
Corcoran, Football, Irvin Turner, Swimming, Nelson Thinnes, Athletic Director.
The community is iustly proud of the program of athletics at Taft for it is a
program which is vital, well-rounded, and progressive. There are varsity and
reserve teams which play football, basketball, and baseball. There are also
swimming and track teams. Although at present limited facilities have prevented
the inclusion of bowling, tennis, golf, and gymnastic teams in the program, plans
are being formulated to institute them as soon as possible. The Athletic De-
partment has and continues to produce many students who have received not
only all-city recognition, but also collegiate acclaim.
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ATHLETICS - BASKETBALL
The mighty Senators lost all but one starter, Donald
Nelson, but roared back wiTh teeming desire and
posTed a mediocre but impressive season record, con-
sidering The many close losses. Although The Senators
never gained an ouTsTanding rating among The Top
Teams in The ciTy, They did defeat many Teams that were
rated above Them. One of The most publicized vic-
Tories was The 66-64 upset victory over Central, which
was rated No. l in The city and Top-seeded in The ciTy
tournament. The first victory over Central snapped
Their ll-game winning streak. ln The Public High
School League, The Senators were Tied for Third place.
ln other games, Taft failed To capiTalize on Their
scoring opporTuniTies and dropped The first Two games
of The season To Elder and Xavier. The SenaTors had
a holiday scoring-spree as They routed visiting rival
Hamilton Taft, 7l-57. Joe Sutherlin scored a foul shoT
and a field goal To swipe a 38-35 overtime vicTory over
a scrappy Amelia five.
The Statesman acknowledges each departing senior
with his outstanding basketball contribution.
"Captain," "leading scorer," and "Top rebounder" are
just a few of The Titles Donald Nelson held as he boasted
a T7 point game-average. Don "Jabo" Nelson scored
27 points, snared 23 rebounds, and was super-de-
fensive in The Taft-Withrow match.
If There was an award for "Top CluTch Performer"
Joseph Sutherlin would be a likely nominee for it.
Joe intercepted The 3 passes ThaT helped Tie The score,
scored Taft's last five points, was credited with 5 key
assists and was The Timely sparkplug That ignited a
rally ThaT saw CenTral go down in defeat, 66-64.
For James Wynn There is a number of games for
which he contributed importantly. The mosT recenT
of The T959-60 basketball campaign was The last game
of The regular season. With Two seconds To go, The
midget-size champion shoT a long arching lump shot
that Tied The score 46-46 and enabled Taft To go on
To win 48-47.
Artie Walker, The prolific, king-size dunker, was all
Taft needed To scalp The brave Hughes Reds 65-60.
Artie played Terrifically on his way To I4 points, Cnot
To mention a couple of fan-Thrilling dunksj, 5 inTer-
cepTions, T5 rebounds, blocked 7 shoTs and was mam-
moth-like on defense.
Pole vaulters Sheppard and Bennet
The Mighty Senators proved to others once more that
they are vvorthy of leadership in Public High School Cross
Country Competition. These young men, led by the
services of Bob Warren, finished third in the leagues com-
petition. Outstanding among our svvitt eagles were
Robert Warren, Wardell Harper, and Lamar Upshaw. Our
boys, tighting with determination throughout the regular
season, fought their way to the City District Meet and
then to Columbus to gain notable honors. Among those
who will not be returning next year are Robert Warren,
Lamar Upshaw, Nathaniel Davis and Penniston Bennett.
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we honor the Student Councrl on this page
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
President CLYDE ENGLISH
Vice Presldent LEROY CURE
Secretary ELEANOR BURDEN
Treasurer JOHN MONTGOMERY
Mary Ann Gillespie
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