Twinsburg High School - Moments to Remember Yearbook (Twinsburg, OH)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1956 volume:
TWINSBURG HIGH SCHOOL
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Your class motto has been, "Great Ideas Need Landing Gear As Well As Wings." To me this could
mean, "keep your feet on the ground." It means an appreciation of the work necessary to carry any idea
to completion. In the four years past, everyone of the graduates of this class has demonstrated to himself
the satisfaction that comes from work. This satisfaction is measurable not only in the diploma which you
have received, but in work situations outside of the school which have been a part of your education.
In a recent conversation with the head of the personnel department representing one of America's
largest corporations, he made the statement that even though young, the boy or girl who, by the time of
graduation, has not learned how to work, has little opportunity with his company. When we add to this
knowledge that you graduates possess, your good habits of citizenship, and a strong feeling that education
is a tool for your use in post-school years, I know that you will be well fitted to live in the America that
economists predict for each of us ten years hence.
You are stepping into afuture whichis encouraging, a future of sustained growth, higher productivity,
more leisure time, which will bring a rising standard of living. For this you are equipped as befits your
age. I hope that you will add to all of these a sense of true values, those which are not to be manufactured
on the assembly lineg honor, decency, real Christian behavior, are some of these. A hermit living in a
cave can possibly be far more civilized than the man with two cars in the garage and an adjoining bath for
every bedroom. To each of you I wish an abundancy of the latter and as well, a sense of the true values of
civilization and of the spirit.
WILLIAM S. MERCER
B. S. Bowling Green State University 1942
M. A. Western Reserve University 1948
Twinsburg High School 1946-1956
Korean Service 1951-1953
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M. B. MELLMAN
7th Grade Advisor
W. RUSSELL GRAY
LLOYD DONALDSON BARBARA DUGLE
Physical Education English and History
Freshman Advisor 8th Grade Advisor
ESTHER MORRELL CAROLYN CROUSE
Music School Secretary
HELEN GREENE PHYLLIS JOST MARGARET MAGGIO
English and Languages Home Economics Commercial
Junior Advisor Junior Advisor Senior Advisor
ADRIAN TRACHSEL JOHN M. YOHE
Industrial Arts and Driving Mathematics
8th Grade Advisor 7th Grade Advisor
ROBERT F. EARLEY
Science and Mathematics WILLIAM S. MERCER, Executive Head
Mrs. Mollie Neal, Forelady
Mrs. Sarah Spaulding
Mr Charles Oliver
Night Custodian Mr Al Kollman
Mrs Flora Worthxngton Mrs Ora Munn Mrs B1rd1e Lane
Gustave Trejbal Jr
Alton P Baldwm
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Student Council 1, Y-Teen 2, 3, 45
Y-Teen Basketball 2, 33 Pegasus 4,
Chorus 1,2, 3, Yearbook CEditorj 4:
President of Class 1,2g Pep Club
Treasurer 4g National Honor Society
3,45 Play 3,4.
Chorus 1,25 Homecoming Attend-
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4g
Play 3g Class Secretary 1, F. T. A.
45 Yearbook Staff 45 Pegasus Staff
ant 1, Treasurer of Class 23 Secre-
tary of Class 33 Y-Teens 2,3,4g
Plays 3,4g Student Council Presi-
dent 4g F. T. A. 4g Captain of Var-
sity Cheerleaders 4, Yearbook Staff
ANNIE HIN TON
Y-Teen 2, 3,4g Y-Teen Basketball
2, 35 Chorus 1, 2: Pep Club 4, Cheer-
leader 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Inter-
Club Council 4, Pegasus 4, Play 4.
Y-Teen 2,3,43 Senior Yearbook
Staff 4g Pegasus Staff 43 National
Honor Society 3,42 Class Play 3,4.
Y-Teens 2,3,43 National Honor
Society 3,43Chorus 1,2, 3,41 Play
3, 43 Cheerleader 1, 23 Student
Council23 Class Vice-President 23
Pegasus 2, 43 Yearbook Staff 33
Yearbook Editor 43 School Maga-
zine Chairman 4.
Football 43 Baseball 13 Varsity T
Club 43 Class Play 43 Chorus 4.
Chorus 1,23Class Play 3,43 Senior
Representative for Junior Board
ROBERT E. DAVET
Football 43 Baseball 33 Basketball
1,2,3,43 Class Play 2,3,43 Var-
sity T Club 43 Yearbook Staff 4
Pegasus Staff 43 Y-Teen 2,33 Y-
Teen Basketball 23 Chorus l,2,3
Cheerleader 33 Yearbook Staff 4
Homecoming Attendant 3.
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Masontown, Pa. l,2,3g Yearbook
Staff 4g Class Play 4, Football 4g
Varsity T Club 4, Track 4.
Chorus 1,21 Y-Teen2, 3, 4, Y-Teen
Treasurer 4, Yearbook staff 4.
Chorus 1,2,3g Class Secretary lg
Y-Teen Basketball 2, 3, Cheer-
leader 3,4, Pep Club 2.
Cheerleader 3, Chorus lg Y-Teen
President 3g Pep Club 3g Y-Teens
2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4.
Chorus l,2g Y-Teen 2,3,-lg Year-
book Staff 45 Play 3.
CHARLES MC GHEE
Basketball 1,2,3g Baseball 3,4-
Football lg Student Council Vice-
President 4, Student Council Rep-
resentative 2,4g Varsity T Club
President 4, Movie Projectionist
4, Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Yearbook Bus-
iness Manager 4.
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LILLIE BELL MIX
Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Y-Teens Basket-
ball 2,35 Pep Club 45 Chorus 15
Yearbook Staff 4.
Football 3,45 Basketball 1, 35
Track 3,45 Varsity T Club 45
Disc-Jockey 35 Yearbook Staff 45
Pegasus Staff 45 F. T. A. Treasur-
er 45 Plays 3, 4.
Chorus 1,35 Senior Chorus Presl-
dent 35 Student Council 35 Y-Teen
2,3, 45 Y-Teen Chaplain 45 Pep
Club 45 Pegasus Staff 45 Yearbook
Art Editor 4.
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Chorus 3,45
Baseball 3, 45 Class Vice-President
35 Plays 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Pep
Club Vice-President 45 Movie
Projectionist 2, 3, 4.
Chorus l,2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,4
Yearbook Staff 45 Plays 3,4.
Football 45 Play 35 Flemington,
W. Va. 1,2.
Football 1,43Basketbal1 2,32 Base-
ball 1, 3,43 Chorus 1,2,3, 43 Stud-
ent Council 23 Class Plays 3.43
Track 33 Class Treaslner 33 Varsity
T Club 4.
CALVIN MURREL WILSON
Football 1,43 Track 13 Baseball 23
Pegasus 43 Sports Editor Yearbook
43 Chorus Class Play 43 Varsity T
Club '43 Vice-President F. T. A. 4.
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 2, 3,
43 sasebau 1, 2, 3,43 Track 2, 3,43
Varsity l' Club 4.
Football 1,2,3,4: Varsity T Club
Secretary-Treasurer 43 Play 3.
Y-Teen 2,3,43 Ch01'llS 1,21 Play
43 Homecoming Queen 43 Basket-
ball Attendant 13 Yearbook 43 Y-
Teen Basketball 2.
Basketball 3,43 Football 2,3,4:
Track 3,42 Baseball 3,43 CI'l0l'llS
3.4: Varsity T Club 4.
Homecoming Attendant 43 Year-
book Staff 4.
In th1s Year of our Lord, mneteen hundred and fxfty s1x we the sen1or class of Twlnsburg
Hlgh School, bemg of sound nunds and bodxes do hereby wrxte our last w1ll and testament nn the
presence of responslble wltnesses
Charles Brown leave my slenderness to Hubert D1xon,
Louarme Chfford leave all my loose flttmg blouses to Jamce Brown
Kerm1t Curry leave my wavy ha1r to Davxd Davxs
Bob Davet leave my ab1hty to be quiet and keep my mouth shut to J ack Sabo
Conme Deysher leave my abxlxty to change boyfrxends to Barbara Andexler
Robert Dxffert leave my ab1l1ty to get seconds 1n the Cafeterla to Jerry Clark
Aver1ll Galloway leave my love for Tw1nsburg Hlgh School to anyone who wants
Steve Glova leave my wexght to Jerry Clark
Anme Hmton leave my ab1hty not to cry over grades under 85 to Kathy Kehres
Carr1e Hmton leave my shorthand abxhty to Mary Jane Clayman
Irene J ones leave my sewmg abtltty to Betty Peek
Karen Johnson leave my ab1l1ty to sm1le to Kathy Kehres
Jane Koman leave my ab1hty not to glggle m class to the four grgglers of the Jumor class
Jean Komon leave my gym ab1hty to Kay Gemllck
Marte Kortovlch leave my long blonde ha1r to Mrs Cogswell
L1l11e Mzx, leave to Jean Davxs my place ln the semor class and may she enjoy her last year
as much as Ihave
Charles McGhee leave my ab1l1ty to shoot a hook shot to Wxlbert K1rby
Darnella Parker, leave my ha1r style to Peggy Thomas
Grace Pllcher leave my mathemat1ca1 ab1l1ty to Allen Shovestull
Marlon Radloff leave my typmg ab1l1ty to Mlss I ost s 7th perxod typtng class
B111 R1p1ey leave my basketball ab1hty and D A ha1rcut to Bob Norton,
B111 Raspe, leave my superxor hetght to Bruce Larson
Stanley Roguckl leave my ab1hty to get 1nto trouble to anyone who wants lt
Pat Sh1plett, leave my ab1hty to get along w1th the falrer sex to Jack I-hggms
Rtngo Thomas leave nothmg l m tak1ng everythmg wxth me
Jerry Troyer leave my messy locker to any Jumor who wants ll
Freddy Wxlhams leave my seat 1n the semor class to Whoever wants lf
Murrel W11SOl'l, leave my ab1hty to understand psychology to LeRoy S
Bob Zacharxas leave my ab1l1ty to get engaged to Mummy Boose
We the semors, present the faculty w1th much needed rest All parkmg rlghts are left to any
sophomore and freshmen who want them. To the glrls we leave our athletlc ab1hty ln dodgeball
and our gym SUIIS to Mrs Taylor We leave our moe qutet homeroom and neat books to the
jumors Our mtellectual ab1hty we leave to the freshmen hopmg that they w1l.l use ll as we have
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Finally vacat1on IS here It has been six years since I ve had a real vacation I ll always
remember this day May 30 1962 At 11 G0 A lvl I m off to New York Why who knows maybe
I ll see some of my old classmates who graduated with me way back in 1956
As I was on my way to the axrport I saw a car accident A man walked out tn front of a
speeding car An ambulance was there in a matter of rrunutes and the man was rushed to the
hospital I tagged along behind the ambulance to the hosp1taL Who should I see there but Connie
Deysher now a reglstered nurse The man was pronounced dead and sent to the morgue where
Kermit Curry is the head mort1c1an
Since II was almost time for my plane to leave I hurried out of the hospltal As I was runmng
someone let out a long wh1st1e whlch startled me Iturned around and saw Charhe Brown and
Bob Davet who wore Navy uniforms and were whisthng at a passing g1rl
When I reached the airport who should I find but Jean and Jane Komon in the ticket office
Jean was argtung with Jane saymg that she had made a m1stake with her typing and Jane sa1d
that it was .T ean who made the mistake tn the office work
After I boarded the plane and found my seat I noticed my seat compamon was Murrel
Wilson I asked Murrel what he was dolng w1th himself now days and to my surprise found he
was a social worker working with Juvenile delinquents Murrel sa1d that Ronald Thomas who he
sees often in his profession IS now a famous lawyer
I was starved when I reached New York so I decided to get some breakfast Inoticed an
own such an expenslve place, but it was true Some woman next to me was trymg very hard to
keep her children qtuet When I looked again Isaw ll was Averill Galloway with her seven
I wanted IIITIC to see New York so I left Averill and walked up Broadway to look in the shop
windows I passed a barber shop and saw Darnella Parker You 11 never believe this cutting
men s hatr Right next door was a beauty parlor and here I found Freddy Marle Wl1113mS and
Lillie Belle Mix cutting women s hair I shouldn t say cuttmg because it was really shavtng The
hair style for women now is a butch and very short at that As I continued down Broadway I
noticed a woman walking toward me wearmg a very short dress In fact it was slightly above
her knees It was Irene Jones Irene IS a seamstress but she goofed on the dress She had cut
the mater1al wrong and then decided to wear it anyway Irene had just VlSlICd Carrie Hinton who
IS a Private secretary for Grova and Glova Incorporated She said Steve was now a millionaire
This seemed impossible to me because Ive seldom seen Steve work Irene said that Steve had
married a m1ll1ona1re and had put all her money in his name
I headed for the corporatlon to see Carrie l found Carrie fihng her nails and chewmg gum.
Carrie was surprised to see me and she asked if I had seen Marion who worked next door I said
no so we went over to VISII her and found Marion sitting on the boss s desk She was supposed
to be taking shorthand but it looked hke she was havmg more fun looking at her handsome boss
enormous sign up ahead that said "Troyer's Restaurant." Icould not believe that Jerry could
CLASS PRGPHECY fCont J
Carrie got excused from work early and we went to v1s1t Louanne Clifford who hved about
f1ve rnxles away We took a subway and almost got mowed lmder by a couple of persxstent Arr
Force men. I realized that they were Bxll Rxpley and Stanley Roguckm They were on the1r way to
v1s1t Bxll Raspe who IS prmcipal of Raspe HIQI School. We dxdn t have very long to talk over old
times so we departed and soon we were at Louanne s house Her house was very pretty on the
outsrde, except for the black and whxte strrpes of pamt all the way around the house She had
pamted it that way herself Inside we found everythmg purple and green You see Louanne IS
an mterxor decorator and she had decorated her home xnside and out
I departed to catch my bus for Manhattan O1 the bus who should I meet but Mane Kortovich
now a prlvate secretary for Differt Admmistration Corp Robert Dxffert is now a big xmportant
business man. fMar1e was telling me that she had just taken her Ixttle son Johnny to the elemen
tary school. She said that Grace Pllcher Karen Johnson, and Annie Hmton were the first second
just 25 Those kxds really run them ragged 1
As I was gettrng off the bus at Manhattan, I bumped Into a man carrymg some sort of a big
bag contalmng heavy equrpment To my surprtse rt was Charles McGhee He sard he was in a
hurry to get to someone s house because thexr telev1s1on set had blown up and they called h1m to
f1x rt After he left I started to thmk Ohl He I1 fix it all right for good
While I was tn Manhattan in the park, I nouoed a very odd looking character sleeping on the
park bench with a newspaper over has head His feet looked famlhar sol ralsed the newspaper
and there was Pat Shtplettl I didn t want to drsturb his sleep so I walked on. I was getting t1red
from walkmg so I stopped in a Drug Store for a coke Srtnng next to me was Sally Zacharxas I
asked her how Bob was She sald that he was a sergeant in the Marmes now
Fmdmg that most of my classmates had done so well was very surprlsmg. Infact xt was
too much for me I am headmg home
and third grade teachers. If you could see them now they would look like they're 50 instead of
Freddy Marte Wrlhams Sen1or Attendant Kathy Kehres Jumor At
tendant Shrrley McGhee Queen of54 Jerry Troyer Crowned Queen
Barbara Andexler Sophomore Attendant Laurel Dodson Freshman
MARCH OF DIMES DANCE
Mrs Evelyn Drerstng recerves check from Karen Johnson Presrdent
of Student Council
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SECOND ROW: J. Macklin, P, McClain, L, McDonald, S. Moore, W. Moore, J. Moss,
THIRD ROW: M. Palmer, B. Peek, M. Peek, B. Radloff, G. Ryan, B. Saulsberry, E,
FOURTH ROW: S. Trejbal, S. Weems, M. Wymer, L. Liehm, M. Ma1ott,I. Moore.
1955 FOOTBALL SCENES
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SECOND ROW, Left to Right: D. Stewart, E. S. Johnson, Q. Ford, D. Sasala, W. Kirby, R. Anton
FIRST ROW: R. Macklin, and R. Plesnicher, Managers.
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
SECOND ROW, Left to Right: B. Plesenicher, P, Charvat, B. Larson, R. Moore, G. Robinson
Mr. J. Yohe, Coachg G. Clayman. FIRST ROW: L. Lardell, G. Barrett, W. Abernathy, T. Brown
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SECOND ROW, Left to Right: C. Brown, R. Thomas, B. Ripley, B. Davet, J. Clark, B. Raspe.
FIRST ROW: A. Trachsel, Coachg C, McGhee, P. Shiplett, E. Neal, E. Harris, R. Simecek, L.
Baseball was cut short by bad weather, therefore, we played only one game.
The track season was culminated by a runner-up position in the County Track Meet. Ronnie
Thomas scored 19 112 points to finish second in individual scoring in the County Meet,
In the N. E. O. District Meet at Salem, Ronnie Thomas placed second in both the 100 and
220 yard dash and Bill Ripley placed fourth in the 120 yard high hurdles.
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THIRD ROW, Left to Right: L. Savage, R. Simeck, D. Davis, L. White, D. Sasala,
R. Plesnicher, E. Thomas. SECOND ROW: C. Brown, B. Lamon, W. Martin, E. Neal,
H. Sommer, W. Smith, R. Weems, E. S. Johnson, Manager. FIRST ROW: I. Wood-
son, Q. Ford, S. Glova, K. Curry, M. Wilson, J. Clark, B. Raspe, R. Thomas.
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Trudeau, B. Larson, D. Merk, W. Martin, R. Moore, S. Nye, T. Tyson, SECOND ROW: Mr
Gray, Directorg R. Darby, R. Nirnik, B. Radloff, J. Rezebek, D. Blackwell, L. Jackson, A. Percy,
R. Ford, E. Johnson, E. S. Johnson, C. Walcott. FIRST ROW: J. Barrett, R. Turner, G. Kanner
M. Daniels,G.Keys,P. Ford, C. Havens,P. McClain, S. Gilbert, J. Thomas, S. Gaines, F. Thomas
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Coleman, M. Palmer, A. Cross, E. Smith. SECOND ROW: B. Oliver, E. Johnson, P. Andrey, N
Clifford, S. Abernathy, F. Macklin, G. Hill, J. Macklin, J. Graham, E. Harris. FIRST ROW: M
Wymer, C. Trejbal, C. Osborn, P. Gaines, D. Barthalomew, R. Andexler, P. Mc Clain, L. Ziehm,
I. Moore, M. Close.
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stull, M. Wilson. SECOND ROW: B. Quesenberry, B. Walsh, M. Radloff, M. Clayman, S.
Sabo, B. Andexler, L. Fronek, G. Grimes. FIRST ROW: C. McGhee, S. Stasko, M. Hege-
dish, P. Kuchenbecker, G. Brown, Bill Ripley.
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W. Moore, G. Brandon, R. Mortus, L. Ridgeway. SECOND ROW: T. Dancy, G, Jerousik, D.
Steward, B. Oliver, S. Gilbert, A. Percy, J. Herrick, G. Hashman, L. Flick, B. Quesenberry, B,
Saulsberry. FIRST ROW: B. Baldwin, G. McC1endon, R. Anton, P. Davis, K. Percy, K. Havens,
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Richner, J. Norton. SECOND ROW: D. Davis, J. Clark, K. Johnson, B. Raspe, L. Fronek, M
Kehres, L. Dodson, C. Sommer. FIRST ROW: B. Norton, M. Wilson, C. Wolcott, C. Harris, M
Davies, G. Grimes, E. W. Johnson. Mrs. H. S. Greene, Advisor.
THIRD ROW, Left to Right: B. Andexler, M. Clayman, B. Quesenberry. J. Andrey, B. Walsh, D.
Smith. K. Kehres, B. Stasko, M. Kortovich,L. Egbert, R. Fleishman, SECOND ROW: C. Deysher,
S. Sabo, C. Moss, B. Curry. J. Koman, C. Chamberlin, J. Smith, K. Johnson, L. Clifford, J. Ship-
lett, J. Shiplett, L. Fronek, C. Hinton. FIRST ROW: A. Hinton, D. Parker, M. Davis, G. Grimes,
J. Troyer, M. Hegedish, P. Kuchenbecker,.T. Davis..T. Koman, L. B. Mix, Mrs. Cogswell, Advisor.
FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: J. Clark, K. Curry,M.Wi1son,D. Smith, M. Clayman, B. Quesen-
berry, B. Walsh, B. Quesenberry, D. Dixon, P. Dixon, J. Kugler, J. Morse, Mr. Early, Advisor.
THIRD ROW: B. Ripley,L. B. Mix,R. Fleishman, J. Andrey, J. Maulis, C. Chamberlin, L. Fronek,
M. Davies, J. Shiplett, J. Shiplett, L. Dodson,J'. Norton, W. Kirby. SECOND ROW: A. Shovestull,
A. Hinton, P. Mason, B. Andexler, S. Sabo, J. Herrick, F. Thomas, S. Gaines, D. Blackwell, B.
Wymer, C. Harris, C. Sommer. FIRST ROW: A. Percy, D. Parker, L. Flick, G, Hashman, M.
Hegedish, P. Kuchenbecker, J. Thomas, M. Kehres, C. Hinton, S. Gilbert.
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FOURTH ROW, Left to Right: P. Gemlick, C. Jones, B. Oliver, A. Percy, D. Watson, J. Maulis,
B. Quesenberry, L. Dodson, M. Richner, S.Trabel, Mrs, Taylor, Advisor. THIRD ROWS' S.
Moore, S. Coleman, M, Palmer, Y. Anderson, J. Herrick, L. Flick, G. Hashman, M. Kheres, E.
Moore, B. Wymer, C. Osborn. SECOND ROW: D. Blackwell, C. Walcott, C. Harris, S. Gilbert,
L. Malott, S. Abernathy, G. Hill, F. Jackson, J. Thomas, S. Gains, F. Thomas, J. Graham, M.
Hinton. FIRST ROW, Bottom: R. Andexler, E. Johnson, P. Gaines, I. Moore. J. Macklin, P.
McClain, S. Grimes, D. Bartholmew, N. Clifford, L. Ziehm, P. Andry, M. Chase, B. Brown.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. Maggie, Advisor, C. Deysher, C. Hinton, L. Clifford. NEW MEMBERS
NOT PICTURED: A. Hinton, K. Johnson, J. Clark, D. Davis, K. Gemlich, M. Stevenson.
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M. Wilson, B, RSSDC. J. Koman, M. Radloff, K. Johnson, SEATED: J. Clark, Assistant Editor,
M, Kortovich, C. Deysher and C, Hinton, Co-Editors, J. Koman, J. Troyer.
STANDING, Left to Right: B. Raspe, D. Davis, Mrs. Green, Advisor, C. Deysher, M. Davis, M.
Stevenson, C. Chamberlin, D. Parker, M. Wilson, Mrs, Maggio, Advisor, SEATED: L. Clifford,
L. Fronek, J. Clark, Editor, C. Hinton,
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