Upper Arlington High School - Norwester Yearbook (Upper Arlington, OH)

 - Class of 1950

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I J ' ul X ln :K ,ar , u.- V-,f . ma, .i., .H-, ,AQ ,. . 15 - "-J .xx ' ,Y ,,x, .. al Our high school hridge has served us well. The past years have hrought us little of the horror known to ourcontemporary youth, for the pilings of our hridge go deep and hold us far from the muddy waters of a turhulent world helow. May the strong cahles of home and commun- ity security continue to sustain those who follow. This is the foundation which en- ahles us to walk successfully ahead, for "the real world for an individual is the world of his own mind and heart." Con- structive education has molded our minds, while understanding has shaped our hearts. As we leave the hridge, our "Norwest- er" is our road map, guiding our moments of retrospect, that we may look hack- and rememher. Page Seven Page Eight ape' Upper Arlington High School, a community school, believes that the school exists for total com- munity usage. As such it practices cooperative, com- munity planning as a means of integrating all edu- cational efforts. O. E. Hill, Superintendent cinema! Wins' The school is a social institution organized for the purpose of preparing youth to take their places in society and to secure the best out of life. It is organized not only to maintain an on-going democ- racy but also to direct the development of those to whom future responsibility will be given. Willifznz Gaiden, Principal Page Nine Seated-Thelma Beelman. G. Ellen Mann. Thelma Schoonover. Catherine Hennessey. Pauline Monthaven. Iudith Whitney. Standing-Morris Taylor. Doyt Perry. I. Bailey Bush. Herbert Bums. Russell Glass. Gordon Camp- bell. Arthur MacCullouqh. William Thomas. I. W. Iones, Richard Larkin. Seated-Irene Brown. Bernice Rea. Elizabeth Weizel, Margrett Schultz. Kaiherine Glick. Standing-Robert Cavins. Leon Bowman, Doris Mandel. Vera K. Randall, Clark Lalshaw. Iames Miller. Om UM' fd!! Mr. Lowell Guesman. Assistani to the Principal Left-Mrs. Hall and Ann Leifeld High School Office Riqhf--Miss Barbara Otslot, Central Office Page Twelve Mrs. Mary Adams Nurse ,, + 5 J .,... Y 5 1 ,x 2 3 X as,-1 5 , .,:: t is i. A if F3 J? 415 Y, wx 1 ,, . va rw y my-.UR ,. QNWN an QM, 7-1-'Q-cfpfl, A ,V Wx . ,W . .M,5,,,, 1 A Mfmwcv-xf . H" . 1 Wf7'wv'p X. . Og. Q ' 3. 2531. '7' gg -M N v Sai I ,QS M, A wafwg Q HW-r 21. ' my - qs 'K . 5, x' Q? S my K A ' wx. M'? er M I gfm :Ali Q .u I ,L . Q . Av . .4 I 1 I . 0 L, 4 S, , .,.. P 4. In Q z A ' pg. 5 532 . Jai Q if f 'T ri I T-: 1 R -:vw -4: li' . ,s 3 1 11. .,,. f ' -4 ,-R, n ' --f Witbmmding all the form' of mankind, 4 bridge af , aiwn cramblu, but remain: to link tb: partwitb the future. A ' . , , P ' 4- , , .qs fr, ., V l V . J - - .3 Y A N ' '7 .gj,nX'g1 5l" "!W" '1 L l I ? ' -.: ""-in EK In-.n,-N' .Auf .Y - . Jw- 1151. " 1" ' ' "' ' ',,, V., -. Ig-1' ,Tg J. Y-d In 'Q 1914 .fa 5-5' f- Q W2 if 3-,ge , w SN 2 ,- , -4 Y' 4 KM, Re .Av Qw if R h -fm., 5' .5 .qw ,Y!1". n-fS, ,Q .K 1-1, 4.5 vm. ,av ,gms f Q HORATIO SEYMOUR ATCHESON III "Sonny" "Gc'wlil."' National Thrasyiian Sovi- r-ty, 3, 4, Threspian Play, 3 fstafil, Iunior Class Play, 3 trastl: DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4 Cproside-ntl, Ili-Y, 3, 4, Spanish Cluh, 7: Travk, l, Q, Assorn- lily Connnittf-rx, 4, Foot- ball, 2, Norvvf-stor, 4. Ohio State University MARY LOU BUCY "Lou" "llc-I-l-n,"' Bexley Hiqli Srhool, Col- umbus, Ohio, lf G.A.A., 4: Arlinqtonian, 3, L.D.A. Club, 47 Choir, l, 2, Norwester, 4. Ohio Stats- University CAROLE LEA BAILEY "Caroln" "Cfor1rf1lc.t1s'.' fl, A. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Library Stait, 4, L.D.A, Chili, 2, 3, 47 Library Club, 4, l". 'l'. A., 4, Spanish Clult, 7, 3, Oasis Staii, 4, Y-tm-n, 3, 4, Nrirwf-str,-r, 4, Ohio Statrt Univftrsity IOAN FRANCIS CONNIFF If tantr- "0l1 rfwl1'."' llctlilts Iunior llitgli fiwltool, Wf-st Mifliorfl, Mass., ly G.A.,1X., 2, 3, 4, Natlciiial lllllfbijtlclll Sori- f-ty, 3, 4, lunior Class Play, 3 tfatatilt Tltraspian Play, 3 tstatilr Spanish Club, 3, C1lrfttClnlt, l, 7, It, 4: Assistants' Loaque, 45 Y-twin, 3, 4: Nor- wr-stttr, 4. Ohio Stair- Univf-tsity Page Sixteen SUSAN ASHMAN "Sue" "TlJa1'.r jar! prirele.r.r."' Senior Scholarship Team, 4, Rocky River High School, Rocky River, Ohio, lp G.A.A., I, 2, National Thesy:-ian Soci- evty, 3, 4, Arlinqtonian, 3, Library Staff, l, 2, 3, 47 L.D.A, Club, 2, 3, 4 tpresiciontl, inter - Club Council, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 2, 3, 4, Olee Club, P: Catotoria Staff, 4: Y- toen, l, 2, 3, 4, Nor- wester, 4. Miami Univorsity ROGER CALLAHAN BUEI. "Ho" "See ,ia orer at l'.r." Arlinqtonian, 3, Iunior Class Play, 3 icastl: DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4 tsecretaryl: P u b 1 i 4- i ty Club, 4: Varsity 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4: Swim- ming, 3, 4, Tennis, l, 2, 3, 4 ivaptainl: Basketball, l, 2, Spanish Club, 2, Norwestor, 4. Ohio State University SHIRLEY ANN ADAMS "Shirls" Huvltdl tl hifi!!-l National The-spian Sovi- oty, 4, Sonior Scholar- ship' Toam, 4, G,A.A., l, 2, 3 tvabinotl, 4 Krabi- wetl: Quill and Svroll, 4, Leaders' Class, 4, Stu- dent Counril, 4, Arling- tonian, 3, 4 Cpaoo odi- torl, 'l'.A,C. Club, IZ, 3, 4 ttroasurorl, F.T.A,, 3 tvice-prositiontl, 4, Oasis Staff, 4, Assistants' Loaono, 4: Y-toon, l, 2, 4, Norwostor, 4 Cqirls' sports oditorl. Ohio Stato University ELIZABETH ANN BLAUSER "Liz" "Cau't .vw rlmr fin' .... 4" Senior Svliolarslnn Team, 44 GAA l 7 3 4- Quill and Stroll, 3, 47 National Theasgi-ian Soci- oty, 3, 4, Loaders' Class, 3, Torcili, l, 3, 37 Arling- tonian, 3, 4: lnnior Class Play, 3 istatil: Thospian Play, 3 tstattl, PTA., 7, 3, 4, Fronvh Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Oasis Staff, 4, Assistants' Loaquo, 4, National lionor Sosiety, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, Nor- woster, 4. Ohio State University RICHARD ALFRED DONNENWIRTH "Dick" "Now in my oplzzimz . . Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Columbus Academy, l: National The-spian So- ciety, 3, 4: Leaders' Class, 3, 4 lvicepresi- dentl: Student Council, 3, 4: Torch, 2: lunior Class Play, 3 lcastl: Thespian Play, 3 Ccastl: l-ii-Y, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 3, 4: Sen- ior Class Play, 4 tcastl: Radio Club, 4: Norwest- er, 4. Ohio Wesleyan University HELENE ANNE DWYER "Helene" "Any filing to be !l07lE.J" G.A.A., l, 2, 4: Library Staff, 2: L.D.A. Club, 2, 4: Library Club, 2: F.T.A., 4: Spanish Club, 2, 4: Glee Club, l, 2: Y-teen, l, 2, 4: Norwest- er, 4. Ohio State University WILLIAM EDWARD DEEGAN "Doc" "Lel'.f .vlmgl" Columbus Aquinas, l: Ouill and Scroll, 4: Stu- dent Council, 3: Arlinq- tonian, 3, 4 lpaqe edi- torl: lunior Class Play, 3 lcastl: DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4 lserqeant-at-armsl: Pub, licity Club, 4: Varsity 3, 4: I-li-Y, 3, 4: Swimming, l: Tennis, l: Football, l, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball, l, 2, 3, 4 lco- captainl: Track, 2, 3: Norwester, 4. Yale University SARAH FOSTER CLAPP "SOWle" "- - - fznzniefl thing I'1'e heard in all my lifel!" Senior Scholarship Team, 4: G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Soci- ety, 4: Leaders' Class, 4: Student Council, 2, 3: Assembly Committee, 3: Torch, l: Class Officer, llsecretaryl: Iunior Class Play, 3 Cstaill: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 3, 4: F,T.A., 3: Publicity Club, 3, 4 ltreasurerl: Oasis Stall, 4: Charm Board, 4: Girls' State, 3: Norwester, 4: Randolf-Macon College for Women SALLIE RUTH CAMPBELL "Sal" "Oh no-nl" G. A. A., l, 2, 3, 4: Library Staff, 4: L.D.A. Club, 2, 3: Library Club, 4: F.T.A., 2, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Glee Club, 3: Assistants' Leaquo, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University SHARON PENELOPE CLEMENS "Penny" "How 'lmlzl Ilya! 11nu'."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: lunior Class Play, 3 tstattl: T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4 lpresidentl: Library Stall, 4: Library Club, 4: Glee Club, l: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University IEANNE CROY "leanne" "Ola really? Nu i2iz1'zlir1gl" G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: lun- ior Class Play, 3 tstattl: Library Staff, l, 2: T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4: Yfteen, 3: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University WILLIAM LABAW EGEL "Edo-el" "Now jus! a miuzzlz' . . ." Leaders' Class, 4: Stu- dent Council, 4: Arlinq- tonian, 2, 3 ladvertisinq rnanaqerl, 4 lbusiness manage-rl: Siqma Rho Club, 2, 3, 4 lsecretaryl: Varsity "A", 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Football, ig Track, l, 2, 3, 4 lcaptainl: Norwester, 4. Miami University Page Seventeen GEORGE WESLEY DELONG "Pwr Doing" "I wwf 11 lm! egg .iuml11'iz'fJ." Srwnifir fiwholarsliip Team, 4: flfinior Class Play, 4 ft-astl, liiiys' State, 3, Lf-aflv-rs' Class, 3 lvirn- prrisitlr-ntl, fl ltr:-asurerl, 'l'tirt'li, l, Y, 3, 4, Slu- rlwnt Cfounwil, l, 2, 3, 4 flirt'-siflvrill: Class Oifivrrr, I lviw-Viirwsitlwritl, 2 lprris- itiwntl, Sitgnia Rho Club, 2, 3 ltrf-asurf-rl, 4 tyros- iflfinll, Varsity 2, 3, 'lj lliY, fi, fl, liricillldll, fl, 3, 4: 'l'rav'k, l, 2, 3, 4, National llttnor Snail'-ty, 3, fl, Nrilvlrisltif, fl. flllirw W1-slfiyan llnivi-rsity MARIE AMELIA CIPRIANO .fcipa "Ami I .milf In miiulf . ." Oasis Stall, 4, G. A. A., l, 7, 3, 4 lvabiiifitl, lunior Class Play, 3 Cstalll, l".'l'.A., 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 43 Glue Club, l, Assistants' Loatgue, 4, Y-trwri, l, 2, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 Cstaflly National Thospian Sovi sity, 4, 'l'hc-spian Play, fi Cstafll: Norwwster, fl. Ohio State University MARILYN IRENE COTNER "Marilyn" "The fllflllidtf tiling. . ."' G.A.A,, 1, 2, 3, 4, L.D.A. Club, 2, 3, 4 lsecretaryl, Assistants' League, 4, Hariri, l, 2, 3, Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4, Norwcster, 4. Oliiti Slate University PATSY ANN HOWE "Pat" "Hoi, lx'fffi',"' llivfir l'oi r r- sl ll iq h Swlittftl, Oak Park, llli' nfmis, l, fl, G.lX.A., fl, fl, lunitir Class Play, 3 Cslalll, fic-nior Class Play, 4 Cwasllr l,,l'J.A. Club, 3, 4: l".'l'.!X., fl: Nfiiwestvr. 4. Ohio fltatn Univf-rsity Page Eighteen Sim.-v LINDA IOYCE DAVIS "Lou" 'Tflarf to hear it." G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Torch, l, 3, luriior Class Play, 3 lstaffl, T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Club Council, 2, 3 lsecy.-treas.l, 4 lvice-presiclentl, P.T,A., 3, 4, Publicity Club, 2, 3, 4, Oasis Staff, 4, As- sistants' Leaque, 4, Charm Board, 4, Y-teen, l, 2, 4: Norwester, 4 lbusiness nianaqerl. Ohio Slate University RICHARD DEEDS "Deedle" "Beal mia' any day in ll Clvv1i.rler'."' lunior Class Play, 3 lstalfl, Football, 3, Trask, l, 2, 3, Band, l, 2, Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University MARY IOANNE DANCY "loanne" "Yun mum: if?" Bexley Hiqh School, Co- lumbus, Ohio, 1, 2, 3, G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Span- ish Club, 2, 3: Prom Committee, 3, Band, l, 2, Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club, 2, 3, Girls' Hockey Team, 2, 3: Girls' Baskets ball Team, 2, 3, Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University RONALD DEAN GREEN "Reagan" "ll"l1aI'i' fha 5i'rmp.J" lunior Class Play, 3 lvastl, DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Club, 4, Var- sity 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Football, l, 2, 3, 4 Ccaptainl, Basketball, 2, 4, Baseball, 2, Track, 3, Norwester, 4. Miami University IOHN PARKER GARWICK "The Clark" "Buy 11 Ford" National Thespian Soci- ety, 1, 2: Track, 3, 4 fmanaqerl: Band, l, 2: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University JULIA IANE FORSYTHE "Mulie" "I duff! like your anirude!" National Cathedral School for Girls, Washington, D. C,, l: G.A.A,, l, 2, 3 lcabinetl, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4: Leaders' Class, 4: Student Coun- cil, 4: Arlinqtonian, 3, 4 feditor -in A chietl: lunior Class Play, 3 fstaffl: T.A.C. Club, 2, 3 Cvice- preside-ntl, 4: F.T.A., 2, 3: French Club, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court, 4: Glee Club, 2: Assistants' League, 4: Charm Board, 2, 3, 4 tpresidentl: Y-teen, 2, 3, 4 Ccabinetl: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University HERBERT CHARLES HORN "Herbie" "Sou of a bean!" Varsity "A", 4: Football, l, 2, 3, 4: Track, l, 2, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University BEVERLY HITTSON "Bev" "1Vellff-1. 171 le!! w1'd'.!" G.A.A,, l, 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4 ftreasur- eri: Thespians, 4: Torch, l, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer, 4 ttreasureri: Arlington- ian, 3: Iunior Class Play, 3 Cstaffl: L.D.A. Club, 2, 3 Cvice-presidentl, 4: F.T.A., 3, 4: Spanish Club, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Executive Committee, 4: National Honor Society, 3, 4: Yateen, l, 2, 3, 4 tcabinetl: Radio Club, 4: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Norwester, 4. Denison University ELAINE WINKLER FALLON "Wink" "The iwporlant thing if .... ' " Library Staff, 4: Senior Class Play, 4 Cstatfl: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Thespians, 4: G.A.A., l, 2, 3 Ccabinetl, 4 Qcab- inetl: Leaders' Class, 3, 4: Student Council, 4: Torch, 3: Arlinqtonian, 4: lunior Class Play, 3 Cstatil: The-spian Play, 3 tstaffl: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A., 2, 3, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Cafeteria Staff, l: Assistants' League, 4: Charm Board, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3 icabinetl, 4 fpres- identl: Norwester, 4 Casst. photography edi- tori. Duke University IOHN RUSSEL HARTENFELS "Pals" "Tbal'J fer Jure, thafr fer dung Jure."' Oasis Staff, l: Track, l: Norwester, 4. Wittenberg Colleqe CAROLYN SUE GERMAINE "Sue" "Well, my now!" G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Torch, l: L.D.A. Club, 2, 3, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Y-teen, 1, 2, 3, 4: Norwester, 4. Miami University MARIANA ELEANOR GOSNELL "Mari" "Oh for beaz'e1z'5 Jukef' Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Senior Class Play, 4 fcastlf G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4 tcabinetl: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4: Student Council, 4: Torch, l, 2, 3: Arlinqtonian, 3, 4 fart editorl: lunior Class Play, 3 Ccastl: Thespian Play, 3 fstaffl: S.A.I. Club, 2, 3, 4: FTA., 3, 4 Csecretaryli Publicity Club, 3, 4 Cpresidentl: Oasis Stafi, 4: lunior- Senior Committee, 3 fin- vita tio n chairmanl: Charm Board, 4: Thes- pians, 3, 4: Y-teen, 3, 4 tcabinetl: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University Page Nineteen PAUL ALBERT IENKINS "Ferdie" "l'll get me a private pipe-line!" Columbus Aquinas, l: DRAC Club, 2, 3, 4: Swimming, 3: Football, l: Norwester, 4. Miami University MARY ANN IOHNSON "Dusty" "Got a leller toa'ay."' C1.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: L.D.A. Club, 2, 3: F.T.A., 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Cafeteria Staff, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University IHAN ANN LOWRY "lean Ann" "Not partirularlyf' Thespians, 4: G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 4: Arlinqtonian, 3, 4 ipage editorlg lunior Class Play, 3 fstafil: T.A.C. Club, Z, 3, 4: F,'l'.A., 2, 3, 4 ftreasurerl: Oasis Staff, 4: Assistants' Leaque, 4: Yfteen, 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Senior Class Play, 4 tstatil: Norwest- er, 4. Ohio State University HAROLD CLEMINS HOUGHTON "Hal" "Linen, I mean it." Witlirow High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, l: Ar- linqtonian, 3: Varsity 4: Football, 2: Spanish Club, 3: Track, l, 2, 3, 4: Norwester, 4. Miami University Page Twenty WP .av 'S' CAROLYN LOUISE GLENN "C. Glenn" "Oh, Bazrbazva. 11on't."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Pub- licity Club, 4: lunior Class Play, 3 lstaifl: T,A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4 tsqt. - at - armsl: Spanish Club, 2, 3: Cafeteria Staff, l: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University DAVID CHARLES HALL ..DaVe,. "Son of a gun!" National Thespian Soci- ety, 2 tvice-presidentl, 3, 4 tpresidentl: Leaders' Class, 3, 4: Class Officer, 2 tvice-presidentl: Stu- dent Council, 4: Thespi- an Play, 2 fstatfl: lunior- Senior Committee, 3: Ex- ecutive Committee, 4: Radio Club, 2, 3, 4: Sena ior Scholarship Team, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University MARLENE ISENAGLE "Marlene" "HN Hou' are ya?" G.A.A., l, 2, 3 tcabinetl, 4 tpresidentl: Thespians, Z, 3, 4 Csecretaryl: Lead- ers' Class, 4: Student Council, 4: Arlinqtonian, 3, 4 tbusiness manaqerl: Iunior Class Play, 3 Cstaiil: S.A.I. Club, 2, 3. 4: F.T.A., 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4 tsecretaryl: Oasis Staff, 4: Glee Club, 2: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4: Y-teen, l, 3 tcabinetl, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University CONSTANCE ELOISE HOOVER "Connie" "No Ei1fzlir1'?" G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Ar- linqtonian, 3: Library Staif, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4: Library Club, 4 fvice- presiclentl: Spanish Club, 2: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University SALLY RUTH LUCKE "Sally" "Their Car-u-zz-l."' G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Thes- pians, 3, 4: Arlington- ian, 4: lunior Class Play, 3 Cstaftl: Library Staff, 4: T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4: Li- brary Club, 4 lsecretary- treasurerl: Publicity Club, 3, 4 Cart chairrnanl: French Club, 3, 4: Cafe- teria Staft, 3: Assistants' League, 4: Charm Board, 3, 4 fpublicity chairmanl: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University DOROTHY ALICE MONTGOMERY "Dottie" "Il'r been grand!" G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Thes- pians, 4: Leaders' Class, 3, 4 lpresidentl: Student Council, 4: Torch, l, 2, 3: lunior Class Play, 3 fstafil: Office Staff, 4: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A., 3: Oasis Stall, 4: Assistants' League, 4: National Honor Society, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3 lcabi- netl, 4: Senior Scholar- ship Team, 4: Norwester, 4. Northwestern University MOLLIE EDA NELSON "Mole" "Their ro rziref' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4 ltreas- urerl: Leaders' Class, 4: Student Council, 4: Thes- pians, 4: Torch, 3: Ar- lingtonian, 4: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: lunior Class Play, 3 istaifl: Senior Class Play, 4 Kstaffl: Thespian Play, 3 lstaftl, 4 lcastl: S.A.I. Club, 2, 3, 4: FTA., 2, 3, 4 fpresidentl: Executive Committee, 4: Assistants' League, 4: Y-teen, 2, 3, 4 Chistorianl: Oasis Staff, 4: Norwester, 4 lassoci- ate editor-in-chietl, Duke University DONALD IAMES MALONEY "Yamo" "ll7hal Jay. man!" Torch, 3, 4: Iunior Class Play, 3 Ccastl: DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4 ltreasurerl: Football, l, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball, l, 2, 3, 4 Cco- captainl: Baseball, l, 2, 3, 4 lcaptainl: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Varsity A, 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Board, 3, 4 lsec- retaryl: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Nor- wester, 4 Cboys' sports editorl. Ohio State University RICHARD EUGENE HADDAD "Daddio" "Now, now, jurt wait zz minute!" Westerville High School, l: lunior Class Play, 3 lcastl: Sigma Rho Club, 3, 4: Track, l, 2: Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University SUZANNE KEELEY "Oueenie" "Lemme lell ya' . . . you know," G.A.A., l, 2, 3 lsecre- taryl, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4 lsecretaryl: Leaders' Class, 3, 4: Student Council, 4: Senior Schol- arship Team, 4: Assem- bly Committee, 4 lchair- manl: Torch, 3: Arling- tonian, 3, 4 lpage edi- torl: lunior Class Play, 3 tstaffl: S.A.I. Club, 2, 3, 4 Csecretaryl: F.T.A., 2, 3: Publicity Club, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Queen, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: Iunior- Senior Committee, 3 ico- decoration chairmanl: Ex- ecutive Committee, 4: As- sistants' League, 4: Charm Board, 3: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Norwester, 4 Cmake-up editorl. Ohio State University TRACY EARL HAGER "Earl" "I don? mind tellin' ya' . . . it'r tbir way." Class Officer, 3 ltreas- urerl, 4 lsecretaryl: lun- ior Class Play, 3 Ccastl: Senior Class Play, 4 lcastl: DRAC Club, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A", 3, 4: Hi-Y, 3, 4: Swimming, l, 2: Football, 1: Baseball, l, 2, 3: Executive Com- mittee, 3, 4: Norwester, 4. University of Miami, Florida NORMA IEAN LINKE "Link" "May Hen!" Crestview Iunior High School, Columbus, Ohio, l: G.A.A., 2, 3, 4: Iun- ior Class Play, 3 fstaifl: Library Staff, 4: T.A.C. Club, 3, 4: Library Club, 4: F.T.A., 4: Assistants' League, 4: Y-teen, 2, 4: Norwester, 4. Stephens College for Women Page Twenty-one CHIQUITA CLARK PRICE "Chic" "Now yelf thix lime."' G.A.A,, l, 2, 3, 4: AS- sembly Committee, l: Iunior Class Play, 3 Lstalfl: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader, 3, 4: Publicity Club, 3, 4 fSGC: retaryl: Spanish Club, 2: Oasis Staff, 4: Cafeteria Staff, l, 2, 3: Assistants' League, 4: Charm Board, l: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University RICHARD FISKE TAYLOR "Dick" "fmt lixtan in il purrf' French Club, l, 2, 3: Radio Club, l, 2: Nor- wester, 4. Yale University ANDREA ROSE "Oncli" "Oh, gel .rcriu1z.r!" Minstrel Staff, l: Goorl News Staff, 2: Thespians, l, 2, 3, 4: Arlinqtonian, 3: Iunior Class Play, 3 Cstaffl: Thesyiian PlaY. l istatfl, 2 fstaffl, 3 istaffl: L.D.A. Club, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4: Hariri, 2 fflrum maior- ottel: Y'ifi'f?Il, l, 2, 3, 4 ff-ahinrptjg Senior Class Play, 4 Crastl: Oasis Staff, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University ANNE MARGRET SAVILLE "Annie" "Real-I-ly? Ob1'iou.fly!" Senior Scholarship Team. 4: Senior Class Play, 4 fstaftl: G.A.A., l, 2 fcah- inetl, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4 Cprosidentl: Thespians, 4: Leaders' Class, 4: Student Council, 4: Torch, l, 3: Arling- tonian, 3, 4 fassociate erlitorl: lunior Class Play. 3 istaffl: S,A.I. Club, 2, 3, 4 Ctreasurorl: F.T.A., 2, 3: Publicity Club, 2, 3, 4: Oasis Staff, 4: lun- ior-Senior Committee, 3 Cco-decoiation chairmanl: Executive Committee, 4: Assistants' League, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4 Ccabi- netig Norwester, 4 fpho- tography editorl, Ohio Wesleyan University Page Twenty-two AARON MORGAN IONES HA.. "Ain't that a L'f0Ck."' Iunior Class Play, 3 tcastl: Sigma Rho Club, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 2, 3, 4: Swimming, l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Span- ish Club, 2: Norwester, 4. Miami University N INA ESTHER KRAUSE "Nina" "H6dI'6ll1.1' 1fa,ixf."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll, 3, 4: Torch, l, 3: Arlingtonian, 2, 3: Iunior Class Play, 3 tstaffl: Thespian Play, 3 fstafil: L,D,A. Club, 2, 3 Chistorianl, 4 ftreasurerl: F.T,A., 4: French Club, 3, 4: Oasis Staff, 4 Cchairmanl: Glee Club, Z, 3, 4: Executive Commit- tee, 4: Assistants' League, 4: Band, l, 2, 3, 4: Y-teen, l, 3 fhistorianl, 4: Senior Scholarship, 4: Norwester, 4 Cart editorl. Cornell University SHARON LEE RUH "Woo" "I fmt :fwfr mimi leflin' ya' . . . " Thespians, 3, 4: Senior Scholarship T e a m , 4: Homecoming Court, 4: G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4: Leaders' Class, 3, 4: Student Council, 2: Assembly Committee, 3: Torch, l, 3: Class Officer, 2 fsec- rotaryl, 3 fsecretaryl: Iunior Class Play, 3 tcastl: Thespian Play, 3 istaffl: S,A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4 Cpresidentl: lnter-Club Council, 2, 3, 4: F.T.A., 2, 3: French Club, 3, 4: Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4 Cvice - presidentlg Oasis Staff, 4: Glee Club, l: Iunior-Senior Committee, 3 tco-chairmanl: Arling- tonian, 3, 4 Cpaqe edi- torl: Executive Commit- tee, 4: Assistants' Leaque, 4: Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' State, 3: Nor- wester, 4 tliterary edi- tori. Ohio State University EDWARD THOMAS O'ROURKE "Shim" "Dub, bny,f."' Columbus Aquinas, 1, 2, 3: DRAC Club, 4: Bas- ketball, 2: Golf, 2, 3: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University DAVID BERK SMITH "Smitty" "Au: you gum. geezel chrirlopherfu Wyoming High School, Wyoming, Ohio, l, 2, 3, lunior Class Play, 3 fstalfl: Football, l, Z, 3, 4, Baseball, I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, Nor- Wester, 4. Ohio State University DIANA FRANCIS SIMS "Diana" "Really . . . bow clever!" G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Lead- ers' Class, 3, Torch, 2, 3, lunior Class Play, 3 tstaftl, L.D.A. Club, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A., 4: French Club, 3, 4 tvice-presi- dentl, Oasis Staff, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, Band, l, 2, Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra, l, 2, 3, 4, String Quartet l, 2, Senior Class Play, 4 tstaffl, Senior Scholarship Team, 4, Norwester, 4. University of Michigan IEAN ANN SHEPARD "Shepie" "Ar1-ylzozly ll'dI1l a fiflfy' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4 tvice- presidentl, lunior Class Play, 3 tstatfl, T.A.C, Club, 2, 3, 4 tsecretaryl, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4, Assistants' League, 4, Charm Board, 4, F.T.A., 4, Oasis Staff, 4, Band, l, 2, Orchestra, l, 2, Y- teen, l, 2, 3, 4 fcabinetl, Norwester, 4. Ohio State University GEORGE ANGEL TRIFFON "Trif" "How ya' zloi11'.9" Class Officer, 4 tvice presidentl, Iunior Class Play, 3 Ccastl, DRAC Club, 2, 3, 4 tsgt.-at- armsl, Varsity "A", 2, 3, 4, Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 4, Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University SUE DANIEL RANKIN Hledt, "Well I reckon ro." VVard Belmont School for Girls, Nashville, Tennes- see, l, G.A.A., 2, 3, 4, Thespians, 3, 4, Student Council, 4, lunior Class Play, 3 fcastl, Senior Class Play, 4 tcastl, Sen- ior Scholarship Team, 4, Library Staff, 4, S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 4 tpresiclentl, F.T.A., 2, 3, French Club, 3, 4 ttreasurerl, Glee Club, 3, Assist- ants' League, 4, Y-teen, Z, 3, 4, Norwester, 4. Vanderbilt University IOHN CHARLES SWENSON "lack" "WflJal'5 goin' on?" Morton Iunior High, l, 2, Hammond High School, Hammond, Indiana, 3, l-li-Y, 1, 2, 3, Football, 4, Iunior National Honor So- ciety, l, 2, Band, l, 2, Norwester, 4. Ohio State University ANITA MARION SMITH "Nita" "Oh gollj'."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, L.D.A. Club, 2, 3, 4 lsgtfat- armsl, Spanish Club, Z, 3, 4, Oasis Staff, 4, lun- ior Class Play, 3 tstaffl, Y-teen, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 tstatti, Nor- Wester, 4. Ohio State University DIANE LEE SMITH .,Di., "Ola, lore to!" Saint Marys of the Springs, l, G.A.A., l, 2, 4, Assembly Committee, l, Arlingtonian, 3, lun- ior Class Play, 3 tstaftl, Thespian Play, 3 tstaitl, Library Staff, 3, Library Club, 3, 4, F.T.A., 4, French Club, l, Glee Club, l, 2, 4, Assistants' League, 4, Y-teen, 1, 4, Norwester, 4. Miami University Page Twenty-three PHYLLIS SUNDAY VAN ATTA Hlllmlu "l'f1 ,Qui tba mr." l1.A.A., l, Z, 3, 'li Ll' ltrary fittiil, 47 l..lf7.A. lflulw, il, fi, 4, l.ilurary Cfluln, 4, A s s i as t fi ri t s' l,..,,qi1w, fly Ytt-1-n, l, 2, It, 45 luniwr Class Play, It tgtatilg fit-uitnr Class lllliy, 4 fstattlg N'rtWfxSl'll, 4. Ulu, fiwtfa llnivwrsity DAVID MANN SHAFER "C 2-Jilin" "Sw lIllH1,Q.W i1irun.al'll1wtTlulw, 2, 3, 4: Ilymnirsli Ululv, 12, 3: lli-Y, 3, 43 Nrvrwufstwr, 4. Oluti llttitt- llnivwisity ELIZABETH IEANNE WALKER "lmir1i1ri" "ll"lm!'i'lm uri?" k2.A.A., l, li, lt, 4, Ar- llIlt1ltJlllfIIl,Ii, Iuiucir Class Play, 3 Cstfitll: 'l',A.C. Clulw, fl, 3, fl, Spanisli Cflulw, 3, 47 Oasis filaii, 47 film- ffluli, lg Y-tf-vu, l, Qi, 3, 4, Ntirwvsttw, 4. Oluf: illliiiia llnivwrsity FRED GATES VICKERS "lliiiiyiw" "'l'lu'u' girly. I rfmfl 1f21n11'."' Allllltjlftfllttll, l: fiwriitir iTI.i::s Play, 4 frfastl: DHAF Clulw, 7, 3, 4, Pult- Iivity Cflul-, 3, 4, Varsity 7, 3, fl, lIiY, 3, -lg flvviuuuiufi, l, 2, 3, 4 il':tf'lnlitilj Grill, l, 7, 3, 4 lwiyftniiilg 'l'ifi-'l-1, lg Nimr- vff-stt-r', 4. Oliim iltutw llnivffrsity Page Twenty-four ""'1vgg ai if WILLIAM BENNET SHIMP "Bill" "Cuu'11't .rue a bfdll'.t'lL'K! Iliirlgf' Loaders' Class, 37 Stu- dont Counril, 3, 4 ftrcaas- urorir Assembly Conv mittee, 45 Arlinqtonian, 3: lunior Class Play, 3 tvastly Thospian Play, 3 tcastiy Senior Class Play, 4 Cvastl: Sigma Rho Clulw, 2, 3, 4 tvics-presidontl: Varsity 3, 4: Frcanvli Clulu, l, 2 tvivv musi- clentl, 3, 4, Trask, l, Ql, 3, 4, Baud, l, Q, 3, 4, Norwelstear, 4. Ohio Stats University IOAN GRIFFITHS TYLER "loan" "1,ut'.i' lmru rl .t'!lIUI11L'f fH11'1,l."' G.A.A., l, 2, Quill and Scroll, 3, 4, Oasis Staff, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, Y-town, 2, 4, Senior Sfliolarsliipf Twain, 4, Tliospians, 4, Torch, l, 3, Arlinqtonian, 3: lunl ior Class Play, 3 tstattig Lihrary Statt, 3, 4, L.D.A. Clulw, ffl, 3, 4, Fwiivli Cluli, l, IZ, 3, 4, Glso Clllli, l, 2: l:.'l'.A,, 3, 4: Norwostor, 4. Ohio State Uuiyvrsity HOWARD BLAINE WAGENHALS. Ir. "llottOr" Piyldffldxlll zmflliaf. flu!! Il'4I.Y flu' ffn."' Iunior Class Play, 3 Cvastlp DHAC Clulw, Il, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4: Baskcltluall, l, L2, 3, 4: Baseball, l, il, 3, Oasis Stall, 4, Ntwrwwstwr, 4. University of Mivliiqan SUSAN VAN DEVENTER "Vanity" "Oh inn ,Qui.v."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, 'Thes- ivians, 4, lunior Class Play, 3 lstaiilp Senior Class Play, 4 lvastl, Torrli, 3: LDA. Chili, 2, 3, 4 tuinior rusliinq rhairinanly Cleo Club, 27 Spanish Clulw, 7, 3, 4: Oasis Statt, 4, Assistants' Leaque, 4, Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4 tcaliineatiy Senior Svhalarsliip T 9 a ni , 47 Norwester, 4. Miami University RICHARD ALAN YOUNG "Brigham" "Wfbeu'. .rucla 4 time!" Lakewood Hiqh School, Lakewood, Ohio, 2, Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4 Ctreasur- erl, Leaders' Class, 4, Student Council, l, 3, 4: Torch, l, Arlinqtonian, 3, DHAC Club, 3, 4, Pub- licity Club, 1, 3, 4, Var- sity 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4 tpresidentl, Football, 3, 4, Basketball, l, 3, 4: Baseball, l, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship Team, 4, Norwester, 4. Duke University IERRY LEROY YOST "Toastie" "See you at IJ'aly'J."' lunior Class Play, 3 tcastl, DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A", 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4 ttreasurerl, Football, 2, 3, Baseball, 2, 3, Track, 4, Norwester, 4. Ohio State University NANCY EILEEN WATTS "Nance" "Init lzecalzxe . . . you kl1UIl'."' G.A.A., l, 2, 3, 4, Lead- ers' Class, 3, 4, Torch, 1, 2, 3: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4 ihistorianl, French Club, 2, 3, 4 tpresidentl, lun- ior-Senior Committee, 3, Y-teen, l, 2 tcabinetl, 3 lcabinetl, 4 ttreasurerl, Thespians, 4, Student Council, 4, Senior Schol- arship Tearn, 4, Norwest- er, 4 Ceditor-in-chiefl. Western School tor Girls NANCY ANN VESPER "Nance" "Knorr zrlaai. you ,Q1lw1J.J" G.A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4 Ccabi- netl: Thespians, 3, 4, Arlinqtonian, 4, lunior Class Play, 3 tstaifl, Thespian Play, 3 Cstaffl, Library Staff, 3, 4, Office Staff, 2, T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 3, 4, F.T.A., 3, 4, Oasis Staff, 4: Assistants' Leaque, 4, Y-teen, 1, 2, 3, 4, Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University N INA IEAN WEIGEL "Ninee" "Au: mme on . . . let'.r gn!" G.A,A,, l, 2, 3 icabinetl, 4, Thespians, 3, 4, Ar- linqtonian, 3, 4 tpaqe edi- tori, Iunior Class Play, 3 lcastl: The-spian Play, 3 tstaitl, S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4 isqt.-at-armsl: F.T.A., 3, Publicity Club, l, 2, 3, 4 ivice-presidentl, French Club, 4, Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4, Y-teen, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play, 4 icastl, Norwester, 4. Ohio Wesleyan University MARGARET ANN WILLMAN Mpeg., "Hey, guerr u'bal.3" G,A.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Lead- ers' Class, 4, Assembly Committee, 4, Torch, 3, Arlinqtonian, 4 fcircula- tion manaqerl, lunior Class Play, 3 istaifl, Li- brary Statf, 4, Office Staff, 4, S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4, Library Club, 3 isecy.-treas.J, 4, Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4 itreasurerl, Assistants' Leaque, 4: Charm Board, 3, 4 tvice- presidentl, Band, l, 2 ldrum majorettel, Y-teen, l, 2, 3, 4 icabinetl, Thespians, 4, Thespian Play, 4 Ccastl, Ouill and Scroll, 4, Norwester, 4. Ohio State University ROBERT ROOT WILSON "Newts" "There auf! no future III ll." I a c lc s o n Intermediate School, Detroit, Michi- qan, l, Student Council, l, Sigma Rho Club, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Se1'1iOr Scholarship Team, 4, Norwester, 4. Ohio State University THEODORE STEVEN VRADELIS "Gus the Greek" "So you llwlllzl' get tough, buh?" Middletown Hiqh School, Middletown, Ohio, 3, DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4, Hi- Y, 3 tsecretaryl, 4, Base- ball, l, 2, Spanish Club, 3: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University Page Twenty-five PETER HOLMES EDWARDS "Pete" "You dozfl have the 7Illl1'l!7IIB!lf.t'.H Student Council, l, 2: Siqma Rho Club, 2, 3, 4 ttreasurerl: Inter - C l u b Council, 2, 3, 4: Varsity "A", l, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y, 3. 4: Swimminq, l, 4: Ten- nis, l: Football, l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, l, 2, 3: Spanish Club, 7: Track, l, 2, 3, 4: Executive Committee, 4: Norwester, 4. Dartmouth IOYCE MARIORIE SANDBO "loyce" "lYfell wha! do yu' kllflllhw Homecominq Court, 4: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: G.A.A., l, 2, 3 lcabi- netl, 4 tcrabinetl: Ouill and Scroll, 3, 4: Leaders' Class, 4: Student Coun- cil, 4 tsecretaryl: Torch, 3: Arlinqtonian, 3, 4 tpaqe eclitorl: lunior Class Play, 3 Cstattl: S.A.l. Club, 2, 3, 4 Cvice- presidentl: F.T.A., 3: Oasis Staff, 4: lunior- Senior Committee, 3 flood chairmanl: Execua tive Committee, 4: As- sistants' League, 4: Charm Board, 4: Y-teen, l, 2 tcabinetl, 3 lsecre- taryl, 4 fvico-yvresidently Norwester, 4 tcirculation manaqerl. Ohio Wesleyan University ALFRED MACK YONTZ "Find" Football, l, 2, 3: Tra:k, l, 7: Varsity "A", 2, 3, 4: Siqma Rho Club, 2, 3, 4: Norwester, 4. Ohio State University Page Twenty-six BARBARA ANN GLENN "B, Glenn" "1 duff! llI1d6'fJlt1Ill1.H G.A.A., l, 2, 3 tcabinetl, 4: Arlinqtonian, 3: Iunior Class Play, 3 tstaffl: Li- brary Staif, 4: T.A.C. Club, 2, 3, 4: Library Club, 4: Cafeteria Staff, 1: Assistants' Leaque, 4: Y-teen, 1, 2, 3, 4: Nor- wester, 4. Ohio State University IAMES BRUCE LINVILLE "Tinny" "G'nm1' dark over to Coz'- erzlry Road fur a .fer."' Columbus West, l: Lead- ers' Class, 4: Student Council, 3, 4 Cvice-p'resi- dentl: Torch, 3: Class Officer, 3 lpresidentl, 4 fpresidentl: DHAC Club, 2, 3, 4 tvice-presidentl: Publicity Club, 3, 4: Hi- Y, 3, 4 fsecretaryl: Foot- ball, 2: Basketball, 2: Baseball, 2: Iunior-Senior Committee, 3: Executive Committee, 4: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Boys' State, 3: Norwest- er, 4. Ohio Wesleyan University DARREL HENRY ZIPFEL Hzip., "Oh, I lore ibut nuff!" Leaders' Class, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council, 4: Assem- bly Committee, 3: Torch, 2, 3, 4: Class Officer, 2 ttreasurerl, 3 lvice-presi- dentl: Arlinqtonian, 3: Thespian Play, 3 lstaiil: Iunior Class Play, 3 lcastl: DHAC Club, Z, 3, 4: Inter-Club Council, 2, 3, 4 tpresidentl: Varsity "A" 3 4: Hi-Y 3 4- Football, 3: Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4: Track, l: lunior-Senior Committee, 3 Cco-chair- manl: Senior Scholarship Team, 4: Executive Com- mittee, 4: Norwester, 4 ladvertisinq manaqerl. Miami University Class History First Grade ln September 1938, thirty-two members of the class of fifty were greeted by Miss Wurster and Miss Shedan as they began the first of twelve long years. Those years have really flown by-just ask any of these veterans: Linda Davis, Shirley Ad- ams, Barbara Glenn, Carolyn Glenn, Susie Keeley, Bill Egel, Dave Hall, lean Ann Lowry, Chiquita Price, Ioan Tyler, Andrea Rose, Diane Smith, Nancy Watts, Diana Sims, Anita Smith, Elizabeth Blauser, George DeLong, Herb Horn, Anne Saville, Sarah Clapp, Ieanne Croy, Mary Ann Iohnson, Nina Weigel, Elaine Fallon, Dave Shafer, Dorothy Mont- gomery, Ronnie Green, Tracy Hager, lean Ann Shepard, Marie Cipriano, Mariana Gosnell, and Ioyce Sandbo. Some being too young to know better were over- joyed at having reached that golden age of school days after being told by older sisters and brothers of its wondersK?J. Others had to be cajoled and pampered so that the room could be cleared of the numerous doting mamas. The theatrical world was set back about twenty years when the entire first grade staged "The Nut- cracker Suite" with an added attraction of "The Tailor and the Bear." Also featured was the per- formance of Wurster's Wiggling Rhythm Band. Second Grade Second grade found us gleefully shouting "First grade baby, dipped in gravy" at our unfortunate underclassmen. This was the year of the impres- sive Crusade to the new Barrington Road Build- ing. With as much dignity as possible, we labor- iously wrote our names on the scroll that went into the cornerstone. Miss Sweyer's room built a little town and all incorrigible citizens were banned to the workroom to cogitate upon their wrong doings. Third Grade By third grade, the newness of our surroundings had worn off and we got down to the serious busi- ness of mastering the more difficult phases of readin', ritin', and 'rithmetic. We turned our cre- ative talents to woodworking. Any number of "handy household articles" completely baffled our ever-lovin' parents as to "what, where, and how am I going to use it?" It was in the third grade that we ventured down to Borden's plant. Tracy and George were more interested in the samples than the amazing process. Fourth Grade In the fourth grade, two sections were privileged to get back into the "big building." What's that saying about the grass being greener? Remember that airport that Miss Gillilan's room built? The Safety Council was organized that year and the members were permitted to wear huge name badges. Mr. Henry's class spent a lot of time star- gazing Call in the line of studying astronomy, of coursel. I doubt if any of the girls can still do "Cinderella" or "Mabel, Mabel, set the table" with all of their younger alacrityp but the boys have brushed up quite a bit on their game of football since those Barrington Road contests. F iith Grade ln fifth grade we busied ourselves with the study of different countries. We built an Eskimo village which was complete down to clay igloos and ivory flakes snow. We had a shadow play that depicted life in the jungle. Our musical edu- cation was enhanced by the choir in Miss Schneid- er's room. When Ioe l..eFever brought a human brain to school, we got our first taste of medical knowledge, much to the dismay of the fair sex. Sixth Grade At last We reached our final year in elementary school. We studied immigration into the United States and the distribution of foreign peoples in our country. Our dramatic talents were soon brought to light in the Chinese plays presented by Miss Crist's room and that marvelous singing pro- duction, "The Fiesta". This work of art was pre- sented before the whole elementary school and featured such personalities as Nina Weigel, Linda Davis, and Don Maloney. Our life was not taken up completely by our school activities, and in our free hours we entered Miss Symons' dancing classes. Seventh Grade When seventh grade came around, we realized how little we really knew. We started taking such subjects as science, math, English, and history. The girls in the class joined the junior choir and spent most of their Saturday mornings down at the church practicing. Sunday nights found us at Brownlee and those after Brownlee get-togethers. The boys got interested in the ninth grade foot- ball team. Some of the stars were Tracy Hager, Chapin Nolan, Pete Edwards and George Triffon. Eighth Grade Bill O'Neil was president of the eighth grade and was assisted by such able-bodied classmates as Chapin Nolan, vice-president: Susie Keeley, sec- retaryp and George Triffon, treasurer. Can we ever forget those dances after the games where the girls stood in one corner and the boys in another? Of course, the girls went stag, and what talk there was when some brave lad would ask for a dancel None of us can ever forget Mr. Lease's health science classes or those famous debates we held. Ninth Grade Green, lanky, and scared, we found ourselves suddenly pushed into the hectic life of high school. We got our first taste of algebra, and drove our families to distraction with "puella est pulcra", "como esta usted?", and "parlez-vous francais?". Mr. Heischman's general science classes had us scared to death, but we loved them just the same. All studies aside, can we ever forget our "Heart- beat" or following the basketball team to Dayton? That was the year we lost lim Raths, Chapin Nolan, and Bill O'Neil. In exchange for them we got Ieanne Walker, Penny Clemens, and Bob Wilson. Our able officers for that year were lim Raths, president: George DeLong, vice-president: Sarah Clapp, secretary: and Bill O'Neil, treasurer. iContinued on Page 1l5l Page Twenty-:even TPXOJ Ohmmpxo rx .I oh -om-onlg om, To cn. cilekorvtr ,famgmmvbww - :VI .6 .XX Q ..i.:Q ok N E 592,23 0.hz,a.oL Birds ofxon fxaalhfx' mf - . 'Two OF CL Und .I Tha QUQQAS ff! fm we PCP I,-C ,His WI' A r-oqoX sm.,LJ-if Touchdo xv nf fkx S E ff., YV ,B 64:2 eip C500 O0 OQXQX af 4 MQ, how qozfve qroxwyf Ono xvindq dag Crt' Comp LQL51 , so whoj' ff Irn prawn FHA Snc1.p:Ywoi'.' S+e.oLdJLU1Gfom waq back.- "1 hiqq fp Ona, Mvo, thy-az, , dow ru .7 dusf a, Liiflc, choxtrf f Sftp xavmq f Wanna Qqhi' nm! Y!Ll.l.sx Thosf, Llpsodmf smxplzs .f Made Eur nach other! When do we ear? Q Door gk m ndan qoJSs.f pa! ,I shut.: We ,1 , Xi 5V1f1.kE,,,+om,'f Cl WQQHH5 HLQ Q' fvw'f - 'ZV.,,MpgJ -" M af W Q 4459! ,L 5 , E , A ,K , 2 fx UU-X? qou and who clsrff? On rodr. boTt'orYw5 6a44ZtliZ! We, the Class of l95O, being of soundl?J mind and great intellect, do hereby and forthwith state and publish these vices and virtues as our last will and testa- ment and solemnly bestow them upon our cherished underclassmen. CONNIE leaves, taking her HOOVER with her and leaving the school dirty. SUSAN VAN DEVENTER wills her deep voice to ludy Allison. GEORGE DELONG leaves-still looking for a hot egg. ANNE SAVILLE wills her famous "Saville stares" back to Evil-Eye Fleagle. DIANA SIMS presents her magic violin to Kathleen Von Haam. DICK HADDAD leaves his black, thick curls to all boys with crew cuts. SALLY LUCKE gives her size four shoes to Don Iohnson. NINA KRAUSE Wills her flaxen tresses to Barbara Baas. DARREL ZIPFEL leaves his ear-to-ear, chessy-cat grin to Pat Brede. MARY LOU BUCY wills her typing skill to Sally Yearling. SUSIE KEELEY bequeaths her expert driving ability to Mr. Bowman's driver- training classes. DAVE HALL leaves his car to Leaders' Class with hopes that it can stand the strain. BEVERLY HITTSON leaves the Senior Class treasury completely exhausted but entirely accounted for. HERB HORN wills his patient, precise manner to Bob Lamb. IOAN TYLER bestows her love for reading the classics to all those who like dime novels. NINA WEIGEL wills her Chinese bangs to Sharlene Field. PARKER GARWICK leaves his ideas on hot-roddinq to Iohn Smart. IEAN ANN SHEPARD wills her dead-eye basketball ability to Marilyn Hill. CAROLE BAILEY gives her sweet, shy smile to Elaine Iohnson. ELAINE FALLON leaves Arlington-without any more ljallons. SONNY ATCHESON bequeaths a suit to each Iunior boy and the remainder to Robert Hall. SUE RANKIN leaves her Southern belle accent and manners to her idol, Tennes- see led. DICK DONNENWIRTH presents his great brain power to Carol Fisher. PHYLLIS VAN ATTA wills her stature to lean Hardy. HAL HOUGHTON leaves-dragging his Nash behind him. SALLIE CAMPBELL gives her golden throat to RCA Victor. LINDA DAVIS leaves her discount at Culter's to Sandy Waddell. TEDDY VRADELIS presents his recipe for baking cherry pies to womankind for posterity. SHIRLEY ADAMS leaves the grassC'?l on her new front lawn to the Sacco Fer- tilizing Company. PATSY HOWE gives "Granny" back to "Last Stop". BOB WILSON bequeaths his dictionary of wisecracks to Ieddy Maclntee. ANITA SMITH wills her peaches and cream complexion to Patty Link. BILL SHIMP leaves his seat at the piano to be filled by Al Germanson. IEAN ANN LOWRY presents her lovely Wardrobe to Carolyn Ellis. IOAN CONNIFF leaves her sly Eastern accent to Kim Sears. ROGER BUEL wills his innocent attitude and angelic expressions to Ivor Young. SUE GERMAINE wills her figure to Ann Liefeld. PENNY CLEMENS leaves, and to be frank, some day she could be a Starr. DICK TAYLOR bestows his long legs to Eddie Whipps. MARIANA GOSNELL leaves her well-worn brush and easel to Sally Burgess. MOLLIE NELSON gives her unassuming sweetness to Iewell Edwards. DICK YOUNG wills his big, blue eyes to some poor deserving hound dog. PEGGY WILLMAN leaves her pretty hands and petite figure to Cy Wagner. IIM LINVILLE gives his formidable jawbone back to Samson. NANCY WATTS leaves her constant composure and stability to Ianie Perry. BABS FREELAND leaves-and she just got here! RONNIE GREEN gives a rabbit's foot and a four-leaf clover to Walt Hamilton and Eugene Weigel. lCon!inued on Page 116i Page Thirty-five Pac: Thirtv-six The ultimate xtability of a bridge if determined by the .ftrengtlo of each cable! foundation. 259' Q I.-4 -0-4, A , 'ng -3, ' 4 , f - . P ff .X Ag! Q x it ,qs 7 sw. Q Mi' 'IQ Q as y Q 4 Q1 fx I 'W v - K ' X,-5 r , 3. NW: . Q4 Bs-xx fm, ,S A, " , gg, .X V ' il ,gg H ., mil t A W, ,F 5 ,if . 5,,,-xi: V W W 553 MW. YL 4 A r k 'LQAA r 4 I 4- .- .J ,y 1 s aff- Y .1 A, A wav Q- 41+ Efisf , 1 ig f ' 7 f N X 1 F, " fa, is fa lf f fix qw x A , W , , . 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Nella Gammon, Ioyce Wilcox, Mary Ellen Hill. Tom Blaylock. Third Row-Ralph Burgess, Eddie Iones, Ierry Starr. lim Root, Tom Neal, Dave Arnold, lack Kauffman, Kenneth Morrison, Miles Hall. fx W First Row-Susan Cheek. Cynthia Waqner. Barbara Deeqan. Barbara Baas. Margaret Setterlin. Carol Hardy. Iewell Edwards. Second Row-Wallace Abbey. Earl Winters. Rick Fesler. 'Em Alcox. lack Hopkins. Bill Hager. Thurston Shook. Tom Bucy. Third Row-Duane Yost. Ed Rosenow. Iim Watson. Gene Groves. Bill Gardner. Ierry Seiple. Alec Morris. First Row-Marcella Enqlehardt. Kathleen Von Haam. Becky Croxton Yvonne Sutton. Ioan Reidel. Ann Bernsdorl. Iudy Tetlow. Second Row-Rexford Johnson. Stuart Yates. Ioe Kirwin, Vera Red man. lohn Miller. Ronnie Petteqrew. Iim Fritts. Third Row-Bill Lenz, Charles Glander. Wayne Ireland. Tom Iones Walt Waqenhals. 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Q 2 Q ,ff ff W , w V Qiqwvhq - 4 'N K In 42595 L 5 z Lg-wQ,fKDfSv?Zi17O""2j Q1 ,, K 'A K - Q W x Q5 8 Xe . V K ww- X X in if 5 W , w as 1 , ' ' K X awwxff ' si 7 ,S I uf- SR ' gi V 4 I 1 if N 'X ' , n' we Y . f A mahwffmgi- fm, X KY f its W... ..... A H525 :gg-Q , f M 'A -3, First Row-Donna Morrison. Maryanne O'Rourke. Sylvia Taylor. Bar- bara Iohnston, Kathleen Hhoades. Molly Gosnell, Ianet Smith. Susan Knell. Second Row-Iim Hazen. Bob Gilbert, Leah Atcheson. Mary Lou lack- son. Susan Riddle. Mary Guernsey, Shirley Milburn. Shirley Doddridge. Ierry Tilton. Third RowATom Ryerson. Richard Edwards. Bill Behrens. Bruce Lorig, Bill Fleming. Bill Gilbert, Robbie Rainey. Bob Stone. Iohn Smith. First Row-Dolores Lewis. Ianet Schellenger. Marge Miller. Dorothy Orr. Carmelita Rose. Beverly Ward. Ieanette McCarty, Virginia White. Second Row-Mike Grilfith, Tom Yates. Dave Bard. Ieanette Adams. Marqaret Hannah, Marilyn Brewster, Virginia Hirsch, Billy Fischer. Fred Wolfe. Bruce Hadden. Third Row-Dave Cromer. Ken Dameron. Fred Gehlbach. Herb Hedges. Bob Wessels. Bob Tyler. Phil Van Deventer, Edgar Slyh. Rusty Davies. First Row-lane Erb. Iudy Sellers. Mariorie Schreiber. Iudy Blair. Barbara Mueller, Betsy Iohnson, Carol Kline, Martha Tice. Second Row--Mariorie Mangus. Randy Wright, Dave Sharer. Dave Wiseman, Dave Griffith, lim Hobart, Robert Blauser, Dave Miller, Third Row-Iack Salsinger. Charles Holbrow, Doug Matheson, Andy Burneson, Pat Brede. Dan Krause, Gerry Guthrie. First Row-Beverly Spahr. Mary Ann Bowman. Marilyn Hill, Mifty Shoemaker. Ola Ramme, Linda Baldwin, lanet Rediier, Carolyn Shop. Second Row-lack Smith, Tom Esper, Fred Nicklaus, lane Harmon, Ioan Zeiq, Beverly Dinger, Iudy Busler. Gary Bernard. Bob Amos, Iohn Emanuelson. Third Row-Alan Spilker, Bill Zenker, Ronnie Hooker, Put Pierman. Harry Petrie, Doug Sandbo. lon Peterson. Dick King. Mow shopilxjf Gsdon mflf COW! 'DESZZ .IL A 'si I 1 BOHOYM' U40 ' wheelbarrow Q , X 50.1110 'fo school of noon-J The MM .1 09 caCfObOhC6 TTD Qiudng , clcvckor 'F CW Sow Thi, was dwellers ! ITE cpbfrdf HS a plone, QS AW, MG OQQ YXXCC cy Mmm, good Q43 Smksstf Page Fifty-four and 57155 Qmdea The foolf are in your hrzmlx. Make your bridge strong enough lo carry all of you by comtrfrctirzg it logetber. x, xx-,-K , , Y, N, - -.NX x -.1 'S x X WN. A I x X ' if K N! f .I f h 3 J , X, 1 uit Q pa. 1+ 'al if Wh' I First Row-Martha Miller, Eleanor Mooney. Diana Baldwin. Linda Richert. Patty Hamilton, lane McCullough, Barbara Byall. Iudy Edwards, Patsy Mann. Sue Dawson, Sally Bowerman. Ianice West. Second Row-Shirley Abbey. Carolyn Secrest, Susan Townsend. lean Miller, Mary Io O'Morrow. Elizabeth Mosier, Donna Williams. Linda Gamble. Barbara Mader, Carole Teichert, Allene Osborne. Iody Smith. Cecilia lunkermann. Third RowvCynthia Cheek, Iudy Millhclland. Patty Larqe. Carol Groth. Mona Knower. Kav Rosenow, Sally Riley, Margaret Gey- gan, Sharon McClelland. Sandra Mackey, Beverly Bieber, Deborah Paul. lean Howe. First Row-lack Strrtmatter, Ted Crout. Granger Brownson. lay Dauksch. Frank Cipriano. Butch Campbell. Chuck Farmer. Tom Turner, Eddie Whipps, Phil Hammond. Bob Wiseman. Paul Bucy. Second Row-Morgan Edwards. Dick Harter, Bill Cowman, Richard Salisbury. Tom Cook, Asa Beavers. lohn Baker. Ierry Wade. Franklin Smith. Charles Vierck. Dave Younqer. Bill Miller. Wes- ley Van Fossen. Bob Carruthers. Kiefer Newman. Dick Wehr. Cameron Harmon. Third Row-Bob Iones. Bob Kauer, George Elias. George McCormick. Bob Horn. Fred Learey. Larry Nien, Don Billman. Bruce Thorne. Riney Wilke, Iohn Needham. Paul Gatsch. Tommy Thomas. 13 First Row-Lisa Von Haam, Ioanne Baker, Suzanne McGinnis, lane Pearce, Betsy Schwartz, Virginia Harrison, Susan Humphreys. Nancy Allard, Harriett Aschinger, Suzanne Schoedinger, Suzanne Williams, Mary Snyder. Ieanne Shaffer. Second Row--Marilyn MacEwan, Phyllis Shirkey, Sandra Iones, Kathleen Ronson, Carol Barricklow. Connie Miller, Carolyn Henry, Kay Tibbals, Sue Smith. Beverly Morris, Sarah Pentz, Suzanne Miller. Third How-Leila Stroud, Patti Parker, Connie Paul, Ann White, Ienny- belle Rardin, Nancy Munqer, lane Workman. Carrene Handley. Lynne Hatch, Tammy Milburn, Iudy Sutter, Marilyn Iones, Linda Phillips, Carol Bowyer. Fourth Row-Mary Kay Iann, Carolyn Renshaw, Gretchen Greiner, Marty Clark, Carolyn Smith, Betty McKee, Carol Potter, Patty Esper. lane Watson, Sue Daugherty, Susie Roberts, Barbara Salsinger, Iudy Beck. 3 First Row-Phil Alspach, Iim Brannan, David Root, Ilm Kelsik. Roger Riviere, Bob Dunlap, Elbert Griffith, Phil Albin, Ierry Meyers. Dick Turner, Allen Teegardin, Ralph Setterlin. Second Row-Ronnie Franks, lim Sipp. Richard Horton, Gavin Lar- rimer, Don Fulmer, David Fergus, Dick Dunlap, David Parsons, Iack Prior, Charles Huhta, Tom Williams, lim Summers, Iack Kyle. Third Row-Allen Ross, Parker Bloser, lim Owens, Bobby Hill, lim Montgomery, Dick Zimmer, Bob Garwick, Iohn Fesler, Chuck Green, Dave Lieser, Gordon Glander. Paqo Fifty-eight 564 Many hridgef cron the river of knowledgeg approach them with anticipa tion, for each one will guide you to ll more Jucceuful life. Afwww My we v .:, X pf? .1 wi 'A' av Y u . Z W, 3 Yu -. f 'e 9 f National Honor Society Seated-Perry. Fisher, Pentz. Ruh. Montgomery. Blauser. I-Iittson. Keeley. Forsythe. Standing-DeLong. Linville. Sandbo, Gosnell. Sims. Krause. Saville. Schreiber. Hamilton. "N-Q Elizabeth Blauser. honor student Each year the students in the top fifteen per cent of the senior class and the top five per cent of the junior class are chosen for National Honor Society. Last year the juniors qualifying for this honor were George De Long, Dorothy Mont- gomery, Elizabeth Blauser, and Beverly Hittson. Nine students of the class of l95O were chosen in their senior year in addition to those elected before. The new members are lulie Forsythe, Mariana Gosnell, Nina Krause, Susie Keeley, lim Linville, loyce Sandbo, Anne Saville, Diana Sims, and Sharon Huh. The students eligible for National Honor So- ciety include all those in the upper one third of the class. The faculty members are given a list of each student's achievements throughout high Page Sixty Beverly Hittson, honor student school. On this list are each student's activities, extra services he has rendered to the school, and the offices he has held in school organiza- tions. The teacher rates the students on leader- ship, service and character. 'This year the five students of the junior class who were selected for National Honor Society were Carol Fisher, Walt Hamilton, lane Perry, Iuly Pentz, and Harry Schreiber. The awards Were presented by Superintend- ent O. E. Hill at the final Americanism Assembly for the year. Elizabeth Blauser, with an average of 3.96 for the four years, was valedictorian. Beverly Hitt- son was salutatorian with an average of 3.90. Willman, Gosnell. Lowry. Second Row-Perry, Fisher. Baitin, Elias. Ruh. Forsythe. Fallon. Isenagle. Nelson, Weigel. Sandbo, Vierck. A1 right, Miss G. Ellen Mann. adviser. Quill and Scroll Sixteen seniors, initiated last year, composed Arlington's chapter of Quill and Scroll, the high school journalism honor organization. Several of the night social meetings had speakers such as Dr. Pollard, director of the journalism school at Ohio State University, and Mr. Herbert Burns, who showed his slides on lapan. All the Quill and Scroll members were invited to the breakfast given December l9, by the lournalism Class. Katherine Sullivan, journalist on the Columbus Citizen, spoke on this occasion. Anne Saville was president of the organiza- tion. The other officers were as follows: Bev- erly Hittson, vice presidentg Dick Young, treas- urer: and Susie Keeley, secretary. There's nothing like the Ohio General Senior Scholarship Test given at Central High School to make the seniors realize just how little they really know. On the eve of February 4, quite a few members of the Senior Scholarship Team were to be seen perusing first year algebra books and brushing up on world history. The members of the team were Shirley Adams, Sue Ashman, Elizabeth Blauser, George DeLong, Dick Donnenwirth, Elaine Fallon, Iulie Forsythe, Mariana Gosnell, Dave Hall, Beverly Hittson, Susie Keeley, Nina Krause, lim Linville, Iean Ann Lowry, Don Maloney, Dorothy Mont- gomery, Mollie Nelson, Shim O'Rourke, Sue Rankin, Sharon Ruh, Ioyce Sandbo, Anne Sa- ville, Diana Sims, loan Tyler, Susan Van Deven' ter, Bob Wilson, Dick Young, Nancy Watts and Darrel Zipfel. Senior Scholarship Team a I Hua. ws Eiucijo I 0 q C848 long , QOOd lucliq Jfi,cLm.l BOBCA ACK Those, conCiclrr1:lH swudas f 3 YFVELCL' , and QrL,Lrn?'EI5? pa'Lf'i wVi M5 WOM!! T hz, -For muia, -AflL2,SO,,1'ZCr,, CSOJ3 Nj Thi 3C,ri pivrb rtadirwq 'THIS morni ps l . pvidsmon, plus! NW is - XXX UK 1 b 0551 OLLCJVMEJ -I .buh I f :ZDA ., g 3, ix esiyxg i W PLL-H,u'f, 9, of-,ad - dfxnnrm f elmo' 'lied Page Sixty-four Each coopenztizfe .fzlliafzce with an fzctizfe group if fmotfoer bridge on the road to rl 'll'C'U-V01l716i6d perxmmlity. ff ,L 1'-Q Mollie Nelson Associate Editor Vera K. Randall Adviser Nancy Watts Editor-in-Chief Plans for tho l95O "Norwester" started practically on the first day of school. With the Senior Exec- utive Connnittee conducting the procedure, each senior had the opportunity to be one of the ten man- afgint, editors. After the staff heads were chosen, each senior was appointed to one of the committees. Witti Miss Randalls home room desk serving as the nucleus for "Norwester" counselling, each connnittee set out to do its separate duties. After several weeks, information had to be passed from one staff cfditor to another because of the difficulty of scheduling regular meetings. The lirst problem for the staff was that of choosing a theme. After considering many suggestions, they cqhoso the "bridge" theme, to everyones satisfaction. The cover presented another big problem, for there soerned to be an alarming shortage of covers sporting bridge designs. Finally, however, one was chosen out of several possibilities. Like every class, we wanted our "Norwester" to be the bestg however, elaborate plans call for an wlatforate btiritget, and we found ourselves without sufficient funds to publish the yearbook we had in tninci. Consequently, the class worked hard to make more profit from our moneyfmaking projects. New projects were incorporated by a committee appointed for the sole purpose of earning money for the annual. Each senior may feel that he owns a little stock in the i950 "Norwester", stock that will pay its ciivicioncis in nioniories of a class working together on its final project. Ioyce Sandbo tCirculation Manaqerl Linda Davis tBusiness Manaqerl Darrell Ziptel tAdvertisinq Manaqerl Page Sixty-six lean Ann Lowry Elaine Fallon Anne Saville Photoqraphy Editor Mariana Gosnell Susie Keeley Makeup Editor Anita Smith Nina Krause Art Editor Thelma Beelman Shirley Adams Girls' Sports Editor Peggy Willman Sharon Ruh Literary Editor Don Maloney Boys' Sports Editor Page Sixty-seven First Row. l. to r.-Montgomery, Shoemaker. Manqus, Fallon. Ioseph, Battin. Wilcox, lsenaqle. Gosnell, Forsythe, Rankin, Keeley. Adams, Sandbo lsec- retaryl, DeLong lpresidentl. Second Row-Watts, Nelson, Magley, Linville lvice-presidentl, Eqel, Ziplel, Shimp ltreasurerl, Donnenwirlh, Hamilton, Edwards, Young, Van Deventer, Dameron, Root, Van Fossen, B. Zipfel, Miller, Saville, Mr. McCullough. Sluflvnl Counvil Page Sixty-eight The Student Council is an organization which promotes projects beneficial to the whole student body. Membership is obtained by election, and all presi- dents of other school activities are honorary members. This year, under the competent guidance of Mr. Arthur I. McCullough, faculty adviser, the Council has put into effect many worthwhile programs and projects. The first of the projects was the redecorating of the bulletin boards around the school with the school colors. Then a committee was set up to sell school supplies to the students on a non-profit basis. ln addition, the lost and found de- partment was reorganized. To make this department more workable a record was kept of the articles turned in, and announcements of these things were made weekly. After these projects were well under way, the Casis lmprovement Committee was set up, a bill for six cheerleaders was passed, and a hand-oper ated scoreboard was purchased from Mt. Sterling High School, The purpose of the scoreboard was to enable more people in the auditorium to have access to the score. Since the new year, a committee was appointed to start plans on an activity point system. When it is completed it is hoped that all students will be active in school programs and no individuals will be over-burdened. Also book covers were sold as a money-making project, and the possibilities of bringing full length movies to the school were carefully considered. The two annual events, Student Administration and Student Visitation Day, were both great successes, and the whole school benefited from them greatly. These two occasions, along with the Student Council presidential election in the spring, proved to be three of the highlights of the school year. The officers for the year were as follows: George Delrong, president, lim Linville, vice-president, loyce Sandbo, secretaryg and Bill Shimp, treasurer. ,af .Wx First Row, I. to r.-Fallon, Forsythe, Nelson. Donnenwirth tvice-presi- Second Row-Willman. Peniz. Isenagle. Keeley. Sandbo. Adams dentl, Miss Schultz, Montgomery tpresidenil, Perry lsecretaryl. Fisher, Bowerman, Battin, Clapp. Ruh. Saville. Watts. Third Row-Ziplel. Hall, Egel. Younq, Linville, Weigel. Germanson Leaders, Class Leaders' Class has had a very profitable and extensive program this year. The service projects included CARE packages to Germany, the annual Christmas party for underprivileged children, and support for a needy family in the city. A week was taken in March for a very bene- ficial College Counselling program. Many well- known speakers addressed the students. These projects were completed under the very capable guidance of Miss Margrett Schultz and the officers, who were Dorothy Montgom- ery, presidentg Dick Donnenwirth, vice-presi- dentg George DeLong, treasurerp and lanie Perry, secretary. l. Under the direction of lames Miller, dramatics teacher, the debate squad took an active part this year in the school's activities. This has been the first debate squad Arlington has had in many years. At the first of the year a debate was held at Central High School. The four students partici- pating were Iudy Allyson, lim Lunsford, ludy Pentz, and Iudy LeFeVer. Two subjects were used for the delegates, with two of the students taking the affirmative and two taking the nega- tive in the debates. ludy LeFever and Iudy Allyson participated in a debate with Marysville and Urbana at Ohio State University. Two debates were held and the girls won both of them. Debate Squad to r.-Iudy Pentz. Iulie Forsythe, Iudy I.eFever. Mr. Miller. Iud Allison. Iim Lunsford. Y First Row, l. to r.-Van Atta, Hoover tvice-presidentl, Lucke tsecretary- treasurerl. Rankin tpresidentl, Miss Rea, Willman. Second How-Bailey. G. Smith. Tyler, Campbell, Clemens, B. Glenn, Vesper, Ioseph, Fisher, Ashman. Liln'zu'y Club The library Club is an organization composed of all the girls who assist Miss Bernice Rea, school librarian. Every other Weclrresday during the noon hour, tho club has a luncheon meeting in the library to discuss new projects. This year, as in the past, the girls put up a Christmas tree in the library the Week before Christrrras holidays. The tree was then given to Leaders' Class for a charitable Christmas project. All the displays in the library are rrlfrrrrrncl and rrrourrted by the club and Miss ltorr, the adviser. Sue ltarrkirr is president: Connie Hoover, vice- rrresidontq and Sally Luclce, secretary. The primary activity of the Future Teachers' Qrganization this year has been aiding the teachers through the first to the sixth grades. Some of the various duties of the girls were reading stories, conducting games, teaching art classes, or taking care ol a group ol children. Future Teachers also cosponsored a dance in North Hall and a chapel service. A city wide group of F.T.A.'s was started this year in which girls from Arlington took an ac' tive part. The year's officers were Mollie Nelson, presif dentg ludy Pentz, vice-president: Mariana Gosf nell, secretary: lean Ann Lowry, treasurerg and Elaine Fallon, sergeantfat-arrns. F .T.A. L. to r.-Fallon tsgt.-at-armsl, Lowry ttreasurerl, Nelson tpresidentl Gosnell tsecretaryl, Pentz tvice-presidentl. F st Row, l. lo r.-Beck, Van Deventer. Fisher lsecretaryl, Fallon fpresidenll, Sandbo lvice-presidentl, Walls ltreasurerl. Nelson, Gosnell. Second Row-Willman. Ballin, Saville, Rose. Ioseph, Hiltson. Forsythe. Shepard. Y-Teen The Y-Teen activities have been many and varied this year. ln addition to participating in the regular meetings, many Y-Teen members joined LlNKS. The officers of Y-Teen this year have been Elaine Fallon, presidentg loyce Sandbo, vice- presidentp Nancy Watts, treasurerg and Carol Fisher, secretary. The cabinet consisted ot the following girls: Susan Van Deventer, serviceg Andrea Rose, so- cialg lean Ann Shepard, ways and means: Bev- erly l-littson and Peggy Willman, devotion: lulie Forsythe, LlNKS chairmang Mariana Gos- nell and Anne Saville, publicityy Mollie Nelson, historiany Anne lo loseph, member-at-large, and Emily Battin, music chairman. The Hi-Y began the year's activities with a meeting for all the junior boys at which movies of the football games were shown. Formal initi- ation ceremonies tor the twenty-tour new mem- bers were held at the Broad Street Trinity Church. As in the past years, the members sold pro- grams at all the home football games, and they sponsored their usual school social activities. The Hi-Y contributed twenty dollars to the Community Chest and another contribution was made to the North Hall fund for recreational purposes. The boys who held otticerships in the club were Dick Young, president, Howie Wagenhals, vice-president, lerry Yost, treasurerg and lim Linville, secretary. Mr. Robert Cavins was again this year the adviser for the organization. Hi-Y to r.-Linville lsecretaryl, Wagenhals lvice-pres.l. Mr. Cavins lad viserl, Young fpresidentl, Yost llreasurerl. I.. to r. - Iulie Forsythe teditorl. Miss Ellen Mann tadviserl, Anne Saville tass't. editorl. Along the chain bridge of events in the l949-l950 A1'l.igng1onia.n year stand many highlights, toll gates where a measure of extra work is rung up against the fun and co-operation put into each Arlinqtonian. The national convention for high school journalists marks the first of these toll gates. Thirteen delegates attended this convention at Chicago, Illinois, over the Thanksgiving holidays. The staff packed the second gate house with scoops. With the co-operation of the clubs and school administration, it was possible for the Arlingtonian to make the first announcements of the Editorfin-Chief of the Norwester, the lunior Class play cast, the Homecoming Court, the new members of Quill and Scroll, positions for Student Administration Day, next year's Charm Board, and the staff for next year's Arlingtonian. The Anniversary Issue in March was the biggest highlight. Conimemorating the school's thirtieth birthday and the new elementary building, this special eight-page issue featured school and com- munity growth, articles written by community residents, and news of former students. Iulie Forsythe was Editor-in-Chief of the Arlingtontian while Anne Saville, associate editor, co- edited page one with Sharon Buh. Page two was handled by Susie Keeley and Shirley Adams: page three, lean Ann Lowry and loyce Sandbog page four, Bill Deegan and Nina Weigel. Mariana Gosnell was art editor. Advertising fell to Bill Egel, Marlene Isenagle, and Bob Lamb. Nina Krause edited headlines while Elizabeth Blauser headed exchange and mailing. up-..,, est J qc? First Row-lean Ann Low- Second Row-Bill Deeqan, ry. Nina Weigel. Shirley Adams. Page Seventy-two Susie Keeley Sharon Huh Ioyce Sandbo Mariana Gosnell Elizabeih Blauser Nina Krause Tack Hopkins GTON Bob Lamb Bill Egel lim Willii Leon Bowman Emily Batlin Peggy Willman Page Seventy-three First Row, l. to r.--Tyler, Forsythe, Fisher tsecretaryl, Sims lvice- presidentl, Watts fpresidentl, Miss Hennessey, Rankin ltreasurerl. Huh, Weigel, Perry. Second Row -Burgess, Kauffman, Iackson, Blauser. Krause. Beck. Bowerman, Weigel, Blaylock, Smith. Third Row-V Rainey, Zinc. Ginqher, Warren, Fleming, Miller, Tyler. Murrin, Brede, Battin, Blauser. 'I 1 9 Lv fA'l'l'll' l"l'1lIlI'1llS 'l'Iii:: year l.o Cerule Pmiicxiits, under the Spflll' zzfiizzliip ol Miss Catherine llennessey, has done iI1llC'll to llltflli'tli3l'7 the lIlT5ll1l7Olt3l knowledge of Ilia1-iiistornsstinrl lmbils ot the French people. lifnillflfliillflllltlllllfjllififlllllCSOll1C7QllllCjS were tlifi ll1'fVlf'f'S of l'mr1f'f1slioW11 by Miss La Vell oi North llicili Scliool, the French carols :Jung at illf' tflnirxtnmxz iiiffetirifts, and several speakers. Huzsinfrizzz lllf'?fWilT1fJSclllCl social qallierilifiswern- ptlttnnfirl by the sponsor, Miss Honnessoyg presf itlfa-lit, Ntinvy Wtittsp vice-president, Diana Sims, 1:1-wif-tary, fnrafnl Fishery and treissurwr, Sue Ran l-tin. This is the third year that the Spanish Club, now Called El Dorado, has been one ot the schools extracurricular activities. Any student who has completed at least three semesters ot Spanish is eligible for this club. This year its officers were Shirley Adams, presidentg Sharon Huh, vicefpresidenty Marlene lsenaqle, secre- taryg and Poqqy Willitiaii, treasurer. Miss ludith Vtlhitney is the Club's adviser. At Christmas time the Club presented a dinner and toys to a Spanish iamily here in Columbus. El Dorzulo First Row l, to r.-Hardy, Van Deventer, Isenaqle lsecretaryl Miss Whitney, Adams lpresidentl, Willman ltreasurerl. Ruh lvice presl denll, Rose, Walker. Second Row'-Shepard, Croy, Smith, Cassidy, Amos, Bailey Dwyer Coniif, Cipriano. Third Rowvlirede, Sutton. Hill, Allison, Waddell, C. Glenn, Schwartz Hadden. 1 First Row-Saville, Keeley. Davis, Lucke, Clapp ltreasurerl, Gosnell tpresidentl, Weigel lvice-presJ. Price tsecretaryl. Fallon, Glenn, Vesper. Second Row-Young, Leifeld. Gillespie. Burgess. Erb. Gosnell, Wad- dell Hill. Sutton. I.eFever. Vierck. Linville. Pub Club Publicity Club finished another year of con- stant activity in trying to promote school spirit. Tryouts were held at the first of the year and new members were chosen on their sign paint! ing ability. Posters, mass migrations, and un- forgettable pep meetings were all a big contri- bution towards making Dads Day and Home- coming a success. The members worked toward their goal of better backing of teams and better school spirit. The officers were Marianna Gosnell, president: Nina Weigel, vice-preside-ntg Chiquita Price, secretary: Sarah Clapp, treasurer: and Doyt Perry, advisor. Charm Board is a selected group of girls rep- resenting all four grades, each honorary organi- zation and the home economics classes. Through seven planned assemblies the Board has en- deavored to increase the social and mental wel- fare of all Arlington girls. Two style shows highlighted the year. The annual Christmas presentation was given in conjunction with the Union Company on De- cember l. As a new feature, the Board gave a spring style show in March with clothes from Montaldo's. Charm Board was headed this year by lulie Forsythe, president, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wetzel, sponsor. Peqqy Willman was vice-president, Beverly Smith, secretary, and Sally Lucke, pub- licity chairman. Charm Board First Row. 1. to r.-Davis, Lucke. Smith tsecretary-treasurerl. Forsythe lpresidentl. Willman tvice-presidentl. Miss Wetzel, Gosnell. Shepard. Second Row. l. to r.-Clapp. Yearling. Fallon. Vierck, Wharff. Sandbo. Perry. Gosnell. Zieq. Savage. Bowerman. Gloria Quinn, Barbara Hadden. Pa! Vlasich, Mary lane Salisbury. Nancy Bowerman. Nancy Bowerman E t I Head Maiorette Under the direction of the new instructor, Mr. Gordon K. Harris, the Arling- ton hand experienced an unusually eventful year. According to custom, it marched at each home game and two away games, entertaining the crowd at halftime with clever formations and arrangements. After the foothall season, the hand loogan practicing tor the Qhio Music Educators Association Contest. Then at Qtterliein College the judges awarded Excellent ratings to both the hand and the orchestra. The orchestra and hand gave a joint concert April lil, which consisted of selections from Bach to present-day jazz. .Nancy Bowerman was head drum majorette this year with four other major- ettos, Barbara Hadden, Mary lane Salisbury, Pat Vlasich, and Gloria Quinn. They received training from Qhio States drum major, Devon Kcssljng, during the sunnner. First Row-Sims. Matheson, Quinn. Hedges. Rainey. Stone. Salisbury. Landgraves. Second Row-Esper. Kauer. Schick. Russell. Rhoades. Shupe. Warren. Wilcox. Krause. Conniif. Bowerman. Third Row-Humphreys. Iones. Smith. Iackson. Burden. Nofer. Pentz. Van Fos sen. Vierck. Ryerson. Krause. Richards. Edwards. Stroud. Behrens. Mr. Gordon Harris Director This year has been a very successful one for the Upper Arlington lnstrumental Music Department. Under the direction of its new supervisor, Mr. Gordon Harris, the orchestra and band were reorganized in the fall. Throughout the year these two groups have steadily pro- gressed and have done excellent work. During the football season, the marching band proved itself worthy of praise. ln spite of its reorganization and the inexperience of some of its younger members, it executed its formations with precision and snap. lt performed at all home games and two out of town games. Members of this department represented Upper Arlington in several events during the year. Ten members were sent to the Ohio Wesleyan Music Festival held in Delaware on February lUth. On March lOth soloists ludy Pentz, Diana Sims, Sally Warren and several ensembles entered the District Contest at Denison University. Both the orchestra and the band competed in the Central Ohio Contest at Otterbein College on March 21 against the bands and orchestras of other schools. Something new was added to the department this year in the form of a dance band. This organization appeared at many of the home basketball dances and at other school functions. To culminate the work of the department, the annual concert was given on April l4. How- ever, this year the orchestra and band presented the concert as a joint program. Following their seasons, the football team and marching band were honored at a combined banquet. Late in the spring, the department sponsored an orchestra and sym- phonic band banquet. PCHE STQA .... ..,.. , VCDCAL The Vocal Music Department, under the di- rection of Miss Thelma l. Schoonover, has con- tinued to provide an interesting program for its members. This year the Work oi the Iunior High Choral Groups has been stressed While the Senior High Mixed Ensemble has been the out- standing organization of the upper grades. The major production of the year was the Christmas operetta, Sing Nowell, in which both tho senior and junior high vocal groups partici- pated. The annual Music Festival was presented MUSIC this spring for the third consecutive year. The Vocal Department again sent representa- tives to the Ohio Wesleyan High School Music Festival on February ll, and to the All State High School Folk Music Chorus at VV'ilminqton College on March 4 and 5. Soloists and ensem- bles again entered the spring competition at Denison University. Various choral groups assisted in school as- semblies and chapel services and took part in several community programs. First Row-Redifer. Atcheson, Conniff. Ward. Comer. Krause. Second Row-Harteniels, Mouk. Hudson. Davies. Sharer, Zenker. Bucy. ,QirHuuE9::,. .. L to r.-Elizabeth Blauser. Nina Krause. Mr. Latshaw. Oasis The sale of cokes, potato chips, candy, gum, and ice cream in the Oasis is one of the most lucrative sources of funds for the Norwester. Chairman of this profitable enterprise is Nina Krause, assisted by Elizabeth Blauser. Besides his other duties, Mr. Clark Latshaw as faculty adviser has had the job of attending every post-game dance. In addition to the dances, the Oasis is open each noon. Before giving the Oasis to the juniors, the senior class will probably net about 3700. The booths in the Oasis received a face-lift- ing in the guise of a new coat of paint. This project was sponsored by a committee of the Student Council. NWC Sending its never-failing "good morning" over the public address system each school morning, as well as a "good afternoon" at the beginning of each afternoon session, the radio staff played an integral part in the daily school program. The six announcers, working shifts of two a week, were Sue Ashman and Bill Shimp, Iulie Forsythe and Dave Hall, and Beverly Hittson and Dick. Donnenwirth. In the control room to flip the innumerable switches, among them the one controlling the red lolinker that means "You're on," and to tune in the office micro- phone, was Tommy Esper. Mr. Leon Bowman acted as faculty adviser. The announcers were selected in their junior year by eliminative try-outs, first on tape ie- cordings, finally over the public address system. Radio Staff L. to r.-Susan Ashman, Dave Hall. Iulie Forsythe, Dick Donnenwxrth Beverly Hittson. First Row l to r Shimp Rankin Lucke Gosnell Fisher ttreasurerl Rattan tvice presldentt Mr Miller Hall tpresidentl Isenaqle tsecretaryl Huh Weigel Van Deventer Montgomery Second Row Lape Clapp Nelson Germain Forsythe Sandbo Keeley Savllle Allison Amos I.eFever Pryor Battm Murrm Love Perry Connxtt Rose Wnllman Third Row Atcheson Donnenwirth Campbell Ashman Tyler Ves per Cipnano Fallon Adams Blauser Riley Savage Lowry Teach r llluespians This year Upper Arlington Troupe 32 of the National Thespian Society was made up of 46 members, Dave Hall headed the group as presi- dent while lim Battan served as vice-president: Marlene lsenagle, secretaryg and Carol Fisher, treasurer. The first initiation service was held in the evening on Ianuary 18 in the high school audi- torium. The qualifications of each person to be initiated were read by the officers, after which Dave Hall, as president, and Iames Miller, fac- ulty adviser, each addressed the group. A sec- ond initiation was held in the spring. To become a member of Thespians an applif cant must have a total of at least ten merit points. These points may be earned by taking part in the casts of plays, working of committees for properties or costumes, or by painting sets for stage crew. Once initiated, each member is en- titled upon payment of his dues, to participate in the annual Thespian plays and to receive the Honorary Thespian Magazine. By February the Thespians were completing arrangements for their full-length movie, Frank- enstein and the WolfeMan, which was shown in the school auditorium. Tickets for that evening performance sold for thirty cents. Later in the year several oneeact plays came within the Thespians program. Shown without charge, these plays were given during activity periods. They also staged the annual Thespian play in the spring. Through Thespians, students have an oppor- Paqe Eighty Mr. Iames Miller tunity to gain self-reliance and poise, both of which go hand in hand with stage experience. Those on stage crew, through their work with properties and settings, learn the arts ot stage! craft. Thirtyvone seniors and fifteen juniors par- ticipated in the year's activities. On the senior list are Sonny Atcheson, Sharon Huh, Andrea Bose, Dave Hall, Peggy Willman, Sue Bankin, Nina Weigel, Dick Donnenwirth, lulie Forsythe, lean Ann Lowry, Susie Keeley, Elizabeth Blaus- er, Nancy Vesper, Sally Lucke, Sarah Clapp, Elaine Fallon, Marlene lsenagle, Dorothy Mont- gomery, Molly Nelson, Shirley Adams, Anne Saville, Susan Van Deventer, Nancy Watts, loyce Sandbo, Bill Shimp, Patsy Howe, Sally Campbell, Beverly Hittson, Sue Ashman, and loan Tyler. The juniors include lanie Perry, Nancy Love, ludy Allison, Iudy LeFever, lim Middaugh, Mar- ilyn Savage, Emily Battin, Sue Riley, lane Mur- rin, Norman Teach, Mary Lou lackson, Betty Amos, and Ann Pryor. Several other students joined Thespians at the spring initiation. Dramatics A steady schedule of dramatic productions kept Mr. Iames Miller, coach of dramatics, busy throughout the year. "Last Stop," lrving Kaye Davis' humorous drama, led off the season in December with the senior class acting as sponsor. Elements of a murder-mystery were included in the plot, which had the unusual setting of an Old Ladies' Home. In a cast of 20, the leads were handled by Susan VanDeventer as Catherine Chandler, Iulie Forsythe as Anna Haines, and Dick Don- nenwirth as Walter. "Ianuary Thaw" was presented in March by the junior class. Taken from the book by Bel- lamy Partridge, William Roose's three-act com- edy involves a modern New York family in their struggle for full possession of their Con- necticut farm home. Supported by ten other cast members, Iudy Leljever and Al Ctermanson took the parts of Marge and Herbert Gage, Carol Fisher and lim Lunsford those of Mathilda and lonathin Rockwood. "Apple of His Eye," a two-act comedy by Kenyon Nicholson and Charles Robinson, was the Thespian play given in April. The story cen- tered around a middle-aged man's love affair with an unaffected country girl. lim Rattin por- trayed Sam Stover: Zeke Elias, Lily Tobing Dick Donnenwirth, Tude Bowers, Mollie Nelson, Net- tie Bowersy and PQQQY Willman, Nina Stover. Page Eighty-one TE is ...- nv if fin? rr Q' if .6 1 F sl How. l. to r.--Milly Shoemaker. Peggy YVillman, Miss Bernice Rea. Susie Keeley lchairmanl, lane Perry. Iudy Le Fever. Second Row-lack Edwards. Sally Burgess. Bill Shimp. Asst-nllvly tllllllllllllvl' 'l'lio Assoiiilily Coniiuittee lt1ll4fllK,fIlf?Cl successe lully this: your as it has lieeii responsible ior many ol tho iritorestiiifi .iissoinlilios hrouqht to tho :student liody. Under tho quidfinco ol Miss Bernice Rea, advisor, and Susie Kooley, chairman, this coni- niittou has also promoted and scheduled the liiwofrl-ily Monday niorninii chapel services, Moiiiliorafs ot this comuiitlvo who wave their assistiiiicfo and contributed to the success ot this onganixation Wore ljorryxy Willriia1'1, Bill fjliinip, lane Perry, ludy l.oPover, Sally Burgess, Milly Slioc-riialqrvr, Kay liosonow and lack lidwiirils. ln addition to the regular duties ol the lntorf Club Council this year, under the direction ot Miss Doris Mandel and Mr. Lowell Ciuesnian, the council conducted several nieetinqs tor thw parents in order to explain clearly the activities of iraternities and sororities. A selected group of parents, tho nionibers of the council, and the advisers discussed the good and bad points ot club activitiesg therefore, many previously exaqqerated and misunder- stood ideas wero explained. Darrel Zipfel was the president oi litter-Club Councilg Linda Davis was vice-president, and Ann Pryor was the secretaryftreasurer. lnlvr Club Counvil First Row, l. to r.-Cheek. Davis lvice-pres.l, Zipfel lpresidentl, Pryor lsecrelaryl, Baas. Second RowAGinqher. Sutton, Mr. Guesman, Ashman. Huh, Leifeld 'Ihird Rcw--Hamiel, Pennell. Hadley, Edwards. 45 J. lt W it at if Rift , ' XXif,lm L,, 'll 5' 4 T.A.C. This has been a wonderful year for the members of the T.A.C. Club, led by Penny Clemens, presidenty Connie Sutton, vice-presidentg Iean Ann Shepard, secretary, Shirley Adams, treasurerg Carolyn Glenn, senior sergeant-at-armsy and Patti Hill, junior serqeant-at-arms. During the summer the T.A.C.'s tied for first place for the best sorority float and also received first place for the most beautiful float in the parade. At home qames the T.A.C.'s held spreads for many clubs of different schools such as the Phi Alpha Chi's of Bexley, and the Delta Gamma Pi's and L.A.L.'s of Grandview. The traditional February T.A.C. Sweetheart formal was held this year with the Phi Gamma Chi fraternity of Bexley. T.A.C. alumnae were honored with the spring Alumnae Tea and the special slumber party at Milhon's for last year's seniors. To the remaininq and future T.A.C.'s, the senior T.A.C.'s of l95U leave thouqhts which, like our sonq, combine "all these in one, in friendship and fun . . . T.A.C. qualities". Page Eighty-three -'H ' 12 QQ K :rIf"'- 1 gM,:,?,, if , ,fy W 1, im if ff' ft wde Qff,1L??Sg:'fl ifiifl aww ff Mgqzflt 3, W DWF I - WH f ...V . X v, 4 ' ffm, .gg Z 'if S.A.j. The S.A.l. Club celebrated an outstandinq occasion this year, their twenty- fifth anniversary. The year beqan with the Fourth of Iuly float contest in which the S,A.l.'s tied for first place in the sorority floats and received third place for the most clever float. The club completed a wonderful rushinq season with a silver anniversary banquet at the Athletic Club. This was followed by a slumber party after which seventeen qirls accepted bids. The annual Christmas formal with the Rook fraternity of Grandview and the traditional alumnae tea were held over vacation. The L.A.L.'s and Delta Gamma Pi's of Grandview, the Phi Alpha Chi's of Bexley, and the Arro Club of North traded spreads with the S.A.l.'s throughout the year. Mid-year rushing, the semifformal, and the Mothers' Day tea highlighted the srwriiicfs activities. Gfficers for the year were Sharon Huh, presidentg Ioyce Sandbo, vice presidentg Susie Keeley, secretary, Anne Saville, treasurer: Nancy Watts, his- torian, and Nina Weicgel, serqeanteat-arms. The senior S.A.l.'s would like to thank each member for making the year a wonderful success, for the memories we have shared and the quality of friend- ship we have known, will never be forqotten. 96 Q if, . iw -ff ff' X r , if 1. , i DRAC Under the leadership of Sonny Atcheson, president, lim Linville, vice-presi- dent: Roger Buel, secretaryg Don Maloney, treasurerg and sergeants-at-arms, Ronnie Green, Bill Deegan and George Triffon, the DHAC Club has experienced one of its most successful years. The year began with two weeks of rushing and nine weeks of pledging after which twenty-four new members were taken into the club. Because of a surplus in the treasury, the DRAC's contributed to various projects. A CARE package was sent to Europe and ten dollars was donated to the Oasis fund. The DRAC's held their annual Christmas formal with the Phi Alpha Chi sorority of Bexley. The dance was held at the Valley Dale with Ted Turner's orchestra furnishing the music. All the senior members are looking forward to the second DRAC party of the year, which will be held in honor of the graduating members. To the future DBAC's of Upper Arlington, the seniors wish a more success- ful year than even this one has been. ' 1 Q., li? lt' , n A Q aawwt 'N W'TZ y ::': Page Eighty-six L. D. A. Another year has been recorded in the scrapbook of the L.D.A.'s, a year which the club's members will always recall with lauqhter, understandinq and a feelinq of pride. Pall rushing beqan with the supper-slumber party on a carnival theme and culminated with the annual Hcoketail party". Senior chairman for this season was Beverly Hittson, Workinq in cooperation with Mary lo Zinc, junior chairman. Service was the keynote of the Thanksqivinq activities for the club donated Thanksqivinq dinners to two destitute families. The social calendar was kept Well filled with a sport dance sponsored jointly with the Thespians, a Christmas alumnae party, mid-year rushinq, the annual formal held this spring, the Mothers' Day tea, and finally the Senior Banquet. Leadership of the club was in the hands of Sue Ashman, president: Barbara Hadden, vice-presidenty Marilyn Cotner, secretary, Nina Krause, treasurer: Carole Bailey, historianp and Anita Smith, sergeant-at-arms. The club was represented in lnterfClub Council by Alta Ann Ginqher and Susan Cheek, in addition to the president. Sigma R110 The past year has been one of varied activities for the Sigma Rho Club. Much was done to make the club a better organization and to make the members more conscious of its worth. The rushing at the beginning of the year was hotly contested and a great experience for everyone connected. Then followed pledging and final initiation in quick succession, both of which tallied up to all former endeavors of this kind. After these events, the year settled into the regular train of events making much fun for all. There were the occasional brawls, the Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, that wonderful spring formal, and, as usual, many, many terrific ideas that never quite became realities. All of these ideas will undoubtedly be carried out in years to come. The officers who, with the cooperation of the club, helped make much of this possible were George DeLong, president, Bill Shimp, vice-president: Bill Egel, secretary, Pete Edwards, treasurer, and Dave Shafer, sergeant-at-arms, The seniors graduating this year hope that in the years to come the club will increase in magnitude and prestige, and that the good times will be as numerous. Page Eighty-seven if sg iii it A, fy, fu J NV? i i Him 2 N. 'N--2...gz my M g.. 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Third How-T. Iones. Baker. Yates, Trautman, McEntee, F. Edwards Goodsell, Ireland, Hamiel, Van Fossen. l-'ritts tmanaqerl. Fourth Row-Ienkins fmanagerl, Hopkins tmanagerl. Davis, Stroud Nofer, Rardon, Gates. Root, Schick, Tyler. Arnold lmanaqerl. Co-Chanlpions 1949-1950 CAPTAIN RONNIE GREEN-COACH PERRY Undeieated in '49! l-low many people antici- pated this goal when the smallest turnout in years started preparations for the coming sea- son? Even the most pessimistic fan could sense that this was to be a victorious season, but no one prognosticated the heights that were to be reached by the 1949 edition of the Golden Bears. ldeal weather and Coach Perry's rigid train- ing schedule combined to weld the eleven into a smooth functioning unit that was tabled as the dark horse in the Central Buckeye League. Eleven lettermen, led by Captiin Pcnnie Green, along with several important newcomers, paced the team to impressive performances in prelim- inary scrimmages. Pre-season activities were climaxed by the presentation of the First Annual Upper Arling- ton Football Carnival, an innovation to Central Chio, in which Arlington hosted to Circleville, Linden McKinley and Grandview. The evening was a success as the Perrymen furnished evi- dence of their impending power by walloping Circleville, later to be recognized as state cham- pions, l3-U, and Grandview 2l-U. The team opened regular season play at Co- lumbus South, and although the brand of foot- ball displayed was not brilliant, it was consist- ent enough to defeat the Bulldogs for the fifth consecutive year. The score was 27-O. Traditionally strong Columbus West, defend- ing City League champions, furnished the oppo- sition next in a home game that saw the Bruins treat a large crowd to a 33-O victory. Clad in their new white uniforms, the Bears looked impres- sive in evening the Arlington-West rivalry at three victories each. Urbana, next year's new league member, vis- ited Arlington determined to detour the Golden Bears' winning ways. The Hill-climbers received a premonition of the competition to be encoun- tered next year as Arlington romped to a 4l-7 decision. Defend1ng league Champion, Mt. Vernon, loomed next in a game that was supposed to be closely contested. However, the Yellow Iackets proved to be no enigma to the Bears who tallied 35 points in the first half and then coasted to win 47-U. Dad's Night was celebrated with a 28-7 victory over Saint Charles that marked the fifth straight triumph for Upper Arlington. Page Ninety-three 1' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 September September September October 14 October 21 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1, October 7 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 October 27 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 16-At Columbus South 23-Columbus West 30-Urbana -At Mt, Vernon -St. Charles -At Bexley -Delaware November 4-At Wilmington 1 1 11 gl 11 11 1 November ll-Grandview :1 1 1 Dick Young Aaron Iones Howie Waqenhals lerry Yost Dave Smith Pre-season favorite, Bexley, fell to the Bruin grid machine that saw rain and a potent attack mar the Blue Lions' homecoming. Arlington scored on the second play of the game and went on to register a 27-6 triumph. Bruin speed and tenacity completely subdued their heavier op- ponents Who scored in the waning seconds of the game on a lucky one-hundred yard iaunt. Undefeafed Delaware, a team always difficult for Arlington, finally succumbed to the Golden Bears 27-6. Holding a meager 7-6 advantage at halftime, the Bears relied on a strong second half Pnan Nlnntv-four lack Swenson af v comeback to settle the decision, which set the stage for the championship battle with Grand- view two weeks hence. Playing without the services of four injured regulars and confronted by increasing tension, Upper Arlington tuned up for the championship contest by playing Wilmington, a team enjoying a four game winning streak. A large following viewed the non-league encounter and saw the perfunctory performing Bears coast to a 49-19 massacre. George DeLong t J 5:36. xx i J' ,.,, , ' . Grandview vs. Arlingtonfthe game of the year! All Ohio speculated as to what would be the result between these two high-scoring foot- ball goliaths, both undefeated and both battling for the Central Buckeye League championship, and a position of state prominence. An audience of about 8500, largest ever to witness a home game, viewed this annual homecoming fray. Thousands more listened on the radio. The speedy Bobcats electrified the crowd as they gained a 6-O halftime advantage by virtue Of returning an intercepted pass. This marked gf. si fs it i. gi Herb Horn Rennie Green Captain Bill Deeqan Don Maloney Pete Edwards the first time during the entire season that Ar- lington had been behind. However, the Bears were not to be denied and roared back in the second half to tie the score at B-B when Doug Goodsell skirted end for the tally. This termi- nated the scoring for the evening. Few had an- ticipated a draw contest and, although Arlington possessed a definite edge in statistics, a tie score was quite justifiable. This allowed Arling- ton and Grandview to share co-champion hon- ors of the Central Buckeye League. Page Ninety-live ! I it First Rowfwalt Hamilton, Gary Pennell, Eugene Weigel. Second Howe Don Johnson. lack Baker. Bob Hadley. Arthur Miller. Douq Goodseil. Nltttmrfullfs lftutms were ffonsolidated to .tvlticrvff sxxt:f'cv:3:s this zzfvasnti, lVlt1c,:h it it not all nt thu credit frat this yfxifs rfertrsurniance must 150 tw Cfftfuflt Perry and ffatitaitt Reitnie Green. This .ill winninft zatmswtt is voitaittly a trihtite to the tnclivifllml whfu rlfwftlfnpwcl this :Championship tfnm, Mr. Perry. Mr. Perry was a pillar Oi IZlIUtt'illl in fXi'lllI1fi his lzwmiltciftl influence on th-1 twmt, liftllltlitlii lrwttl-tr-:strip was inspirational .md vxffiiirvlttry. Thirty twain tit-'Hr1tl1wt:: IUifDlV0C'i varsity letter txwiurls at the anmml tiuctthall lmnqnet, which Paqe Ninety-six Third Row-Bob Lamb, Frank Edwards, Iohn Van Fossen. Iohn Fenner. was one of the tinest ever staged. it was anf nounced that Walter Hamilton and Etmene Weifgel would Captain next years team. This season marked the end mt the trail tor twelve senior members oi the squad. Many ot these boys have been teammates since the third qrade when they first hecame tieothall cmnsciotis. It is iittinq that a championship season should Climax this activity. The rich experiences gained hy representing the Gold and Black will always he remembered hy the seniwrs. Tw the tmnn wt '50 we say Good Luck! Kneeling, l. to r.-Taylor lline coachl. Perry lhead coachl. Standing. l. to r.-Baynes lass't. coachl. Heffelfinqer tass't. coachl. Thomas tbacklield coachl. Coaching Staff Behind every victory on the gridiron are the efforts of the coaching staff. The coaches relentlessly primed the team, and every Friday their products re- flected the excellent job of tutoring that had been accomplished by playing the type of football that cannot be defeated. Here at Upper Arlington, where the size of the student body often limits the success of the team, an undefeated sea- son is definitely a tribute to a superior coaching staff. Doyt Perry again headed the staff with Bill Thomas serving as backfield coach and Morris Taylor as line coach. lim Baynes and Bob Heffelfinger, student coaches from Ohio State, also aided the squad. Roger Buel, Darrell Zipiel. Morris Taylor. lim Baynes. ' Page Ninety-seven nn., ei? PATTI HILL Few people realize what responsibilities a glrl acquires when she is elected cheerleader. In addition to leading cheers at each football and basketball game, the cheerleaders are in charge ol all the pep assemblies, homecoming festivi- ties. the Dads' day celebration. They also become active members ot Pub Club. The school gives the cheerleaders an appreci- ative cheer tor carrying out these duties so successfully. SARAH CLAPP CHIQUITA PRICE ti57"i'.24P Q Gul' ueen Homecoming --mythical bridge span- ning all time, linking youth with matur- ity. This year the Homecoming Queen and her Court presided over one of the finest occasions: the game itself with Grandview for Co-CBL CHAMPION- SHIPS, the overflowing crowd----largest ever to pack Arlington's stadiumeand the annual Homecoming traditions. Susie Keeley reigned as l95O Homecom- ing Queen. Qn her Court were Iulie Forsythe, Sharon Huh, Ioyce Sandbo, and Nina Weigel. Entering the stadium in new Dodge convertibles secured through Sonny Atcheson, the girls, carrying large chry- santhemurn bouquets, were driven by Fred Vickers, Dave Shafer, Sonny Atch- eson, Paul lenkins and Darrel Zipfel, respectively. The Court's black outfits set off Susie's grey coat and white floral crown. Queen Susie was escorted and crowned by lim Linville, president of the senior class, who presented the entire Court to the stadium audience. Sharon was escorted by Tracy Hager, Iulie by Roger Buel, Nina by George Triffon, and loyce by Ted Vradelis. Fol- lowing the game the Court presided at the Homecoming Dance sponsored by the senior class. qfamecamdng L. to r.-Tracy Hager. Sharon Ruh. Ted Vradelis. Ioyce Sandbo, Queen Susie Keeley, lim Linville. Roger Buel. Iulie Forsythe. George Trifion. Nina Weigel. Page Ninety-nine 1 LLQ' 'va Q R of j 5 .Sv BASKETBALL Team Members-Bill Deegan lco-captainl. Don Maloney lco-captainl. Frank Edwards. Bill Licklider. Bob Hadley. Doug Goodsell, Walt Hamilton, Wayne Ireland. Don Iohnson, Eugene Weigel, Dick Young. Coach Bill Thomas. Basketball practice should have been inaugu- rated on Friday the l3th as the Golden Bear cagers were plagued with more than their share of misfortune. With the experience of three lettermen and the aspirations of promising fledglings, a great team was in the making. Under the guidance of Coach Bill Thomas and led by the competent co-captains, Don Maloney and Bill Deegan, the Bruin quintet was taking form. However, fate intervened, and the Arlington five suffered its first setback with the loss of Don Maloney and Doug Goodsell because of injuries received in football. Now, encumbered by the numerous injuries and illnesses of other team members, the Bruins could not gain the needed impetus for a championship team. With the entire cast assembled only once during the season, Upper Arlington proved their potentialities by setting four records and astonishing Urbana 93-38. These unending adversities failed to deaden the Bears' morale for they continued to show much spirit and determination. Two seniors, Bill Deegan and Dick Young, continually turned in sparkling performances that established Arling- ton as championship contenders until the final game. The Bruins entered league competition with an average record. A spark ignited and the Golden Bears overpowered four consecutive opponents to tie for first place with Grandview. The ensuing battle between Grandview and Ar- lington was bitterly contested. For three quarters the teams fought on even terms, but with the incurrence of five fouls by several Arlington stalwarts, Grandview pulled away to win 66-43. tContinued on Page 1151 Page One Hundred One Reserves Phil Van Deventer, Andy Bumeson. lack Baker fcaptainl, Iohn Van Fossen, Gene Groves. Second Row-lim Gerlach. Morris Taylor tcoachl. Walt Wagenhals, Ken Dameron. Bob Tyler, lim Davis. Bob Holub, Dave Miller. Stuart Yates. Quadri-champions! That is the official title of Morris Taylor's reserve ball club this year. Thus, for the third straight year, the Bear Cubs have won the coveted title or have shared the crown. The foursome was completed by Bexley, Mount Vernon and Grandview. From the toss of the ball in the initial contest until the final gun had sounded, action prevailed all the way with the tempo increasing toward the finale. The Reserves' lU-8 record does not look too impressive on paper but all eight losses were by the narrowest of margins. Had they been able to win half of the games lost by one point, they would have secured an undisputed crown. Under the capable leadership of Captain lack Baker and by the treasured instructions of able Morris Taylor, the highly rated club provided many thrills for their followers. The forward wall was composed of Captain and chief point manufacturer, lack Baker, Gene Groves, and Phil VanDeventer, with Bob Gates and Bob Holub breaking into the select five toward the end of the season. Andy Burneson, Walt Wag- enhals and the versatile play-maker, Iohn Van- Fossen., made up the back court squad. The primary objective of the reserves is to supply men for the next year's varsity team, and the boys acquired much valuable experi- ence besides learning to be gentlemen and showing good sportsmanship. There will be many prospects for the varsity team next year because of the valuable knowledge garnered by this year's team. Qt A 2 . C O 3' ' gg xg, f' g - . w CD ff: C '11 Q df t Page One Hundred Two First Row-Smith, Davies. Fleming. Captain Vickers, Bard. Hudson. Cammarn. Second Row-Russell, Minton, Lundstord, Lamb. Iones, Edwards, Rosenow, Coach Herbert Burns. 7. ' f we f X Swimming Under the tutelage of Mr. Herbert Burns and the able leadership of Captain Fred Vickers, the mermen started the season with only four re- turning lettermen. Ending the season with a .500 record, the team showed marked improvement as the sea- son progressed. This fact was evidenced by their finishing fifth place in the district of thir- teen teams. The Bears recorded wins over Aquinas 53-21 and Rosary 55-20 while losing to North 35-40 and Grandview 30-45. The team was led by Vickers who, before receiving a foot infection, won three first places in the initial three meets winning the 150 yard individual medley. Aaron Iones took a fourth Coach Herbert Burns and Captain Fred Vickers. in the district in swimming the l00 yard free- style. Eddie Rosenow, a sophomore, scored three firsts and a third in the district. Pete Ed- wards, a senior, who joined the team at mid- year, swam the backstroke. Other letter win- ners were Bob Lamb, 50 yard freestyle, Bill Fleming, breaststroke, Rusty Davies, l00 yard freestyle, and manager, Howard Russell. Next year's team will be without the services of Vickers, Edwards and Iones. However, with five returning lettermen and many others who received valuable experience, Arlington will be well represented in swimming next year. The i950 squad wishes good luck to next year's co-captains, Bob Hudson and Bob Lamb. Page One Hundred Three ':'. s , Q Q ,v 5 N' X f . fl, ,gigh gys Mg Q M is .iff X ' ' N xxx 0 ,1, 5 W iw 1 . Q M A X fs-, f As sm ww ms'- wr mis E212 f Q we M ' 1 Y 'wp vi pw A W Jw- sn nun. 9- -'Q H 5 'ik 2' l TK f f Hgmff, ' ' rw r-Zi' -v.. Y M5 wi' A Q. ,Q IMT- s. N h.,..,. .vi , at 0 ?,. N-Lx Elvin - 'ww im -if Q2 A New 1 QQN ., H Ng 2 Q Q -i--x ww WAAQQQQQMK FSM lyme Q ,QM x A 53 Q si ,Af N E ff - Q M z ,ge'3' . R ...f M. , .Wm we my N E .7?50d .4 fmeam The Golden Bear golf squad, campaigning with the permanent loss of Co-captain Bay Con- lon and the temporary loss of Co-captain Fred Vickers, will suffer in. their early matches be- cause of lack of seasoning and experience. The loss of the two captains will slow down the Bruins, but it is expected that through the help of junior Ivor Young and sophomores Iim Davis, Walt W'agenha1s and Bill Gardner, the squad will remain a contender for the crown. Fifteen boys are challenging for "A" team positions and of these fifteen only two gradu- ate. They are seniors Captain Fred Vickers and Aaron Iones. Tom Iones, Tom Larcomb, Bex Iohnson and Bill Cott are the stronger contend- ers for the major positions, and all are getting their strokes in playing for the "B" squad. Also in the running are Norm Teach, Iohn Smart, Fritz Euchenhofer, Bon Pettigrew and Thurston Shook. The "A" squad opened the season by defeat- ing Bexley 9-7 at the Scioto Country Club. The "B" squad also won their inaugural but lost another match the same day. The community is proud of the team spirit displayed by the boys and their intensive train- ing, which has increased the opportunity of a successful season. L. to r.-Fred Vickers fcaptainl. Walt Waqenhals, Ivor Young, Bill Gardener, Aaron Iones. Fritz Euchenhoier. Tom Larcomb, Tom Iones, Rex Iohnson. Iim Davis, Mr. Thomas icoachl. A ., I C 1 - .f --'-- .1 V - -. First Row. l. to r.-Coach Larkins, I. Fenner. H. Horn, H. Houghton, B. Shimp, B. Egel tcaptainl. G. DeLong, G. Tritton. P. Stevens. D. Sprigqs. P. Garwick. Second Row-W. Hamilton. A. Germanson, G. Pennell. E. Weigel, I. Cammarn, A. Miller, B. Wherry. H. Schreiber, I. Lyle, I. Burton, I. Lunsford. D. Knapp. Third Row--W. Schick, D. Minton, M. Griffiths, D. Matheson. I. Guthrie. D. Bowers. K. Morrison. R. Davis, A. Burneson, B. Amos. Fourth Row-B. Dickson. T. Ryerson. C. Holbrow, B. Zenker. R. Hooker, H. Petrie, B. Harlan tassistant coachl. 72466 . . 7750 Z Z. .4 Wampdone During the 1950 track season, the Golden Bears compiled an enviable record. Under the leadership of Coach Richard Larkin and Captain Bill Egel, the squad appeared as strong con- tenders for the C.B.L. track championship. Each day the thin clads religiously trained for the grueling season. April snow storms failed to hamper daily routine as the squad strove to achieve top physical condition and skill. Rigid training rules were observed to supplement the program. Early season performances seemed to indi- cate that Arlington would be represented on the cinders by a stronger squad than last year's second place groups. At any rate, the team Will be well rounded with much reserve strength. The bad luck jinx continued to hinder Arling- ton athletic squads when ace pole vaulter George Tritton was lost for the season because George Tritton, Walt Hamilton. of a football injury. An outstanding array of talent will be headed by Captain Bill Egel who is number one man in the high jump and high hurdles. Harry Schreib- er is expected to be a top contender for state honors as he already owns many records. Sen- iors George DeLong and Bill Shimp will pace relay teams that are expected to sweep every meet. Underclassmen who form the majority of the squad include such luminaries as Doug Good- sell, Eugene Weigel, Gary Pennell, john Fen- ner, Dave Minton, Walt Hamilton, Al German- son, Bob Hudson, Bob Wherry, Art Miller, lim Lyle, john Burton and Dave Spriggs. High points of the season include interstate competition at Huntington, West Virginia and the famous Upper Arlington night relays. Gary Pennell. Iohn Fenner, Bill Shimp, Arthur Mille! QU 9 K ee " M Q Bob Hudson. Iim Lyle. George DeLong. Dave Minton. .J GQ Coach Larkin. Captain Bill Eqel. Herb Horn, Hal Houghton. Harry Schreiber Doug Goodsell, Al Germanson. Eugene Weigel, Bob Hudson. rl " .L uw 1' - .... 31,41 La Front Row-Maxon. Van Fossen. Young, Hager. Wagenhals. Yost. Neal, Maloney. Smith. Back Row-Coach Doyl Perry, Vlasich. Mouk, Groves. Johnson. Ireland, Vradelis, Holub, Zipfel. Spilker. ,,, gaaefad l?50 l.. i Coach Doyi Perry In the spring a young man's fancy turns to . . . Baseball! And so it was this year when 34 candidates aspired to become members of the 1950 team. Prospects for a championship season were outstanding, and, although the first eight games were cancelled because of adverse weather, morale was exceptionally high. Particular prowess was found in the pitching department. Don Maloney, Dave Smith and Tom Neal, skilled moundsmen, formed this trio that would pace the nine to many important victories. Maloney and Smith shared shortstop duties, while Neal doubled in the outfield when not pitching. Howard Wagenhals and Iohn Van Fossen, two strong-armed receivers, divided catching responsibilities. .laaaqdo Captain Don Maloney First base was held down by Dick Young, who was expected to enjoy a banner season. Tracy Hager completed a keystone combination that was hard to beat, while Gene Groves re- sumed his familiar third base post. Lettermen Darrel Zipfel, Ierry Yost, and Bob Holub paced the outfield group with rookie Finley Maxon scheduled to play an important role. Dick Mouk, Ted Vradelis, Roy Miller, Bill Lenz, Don Iohnson, Wayne Ireland and "Spike" Spilker filled utility capacities. Included in our baseball reflections are knot- hole champs, R. C. Colas, Cooper-Norge and state class A runnerups. Determination, winning spirit, rigorous training, along with leadership, will provide a championship. Page One Hundred Nino W. Q My G . 1 fs :LSL T .. W :AZ v-I QB' 33? 2- Q.:-' E.. C055 O QC 7'- are 3.-. KQF'-l 5 9. CD U3 5-' CD 5. DJ C3 Q. 2 OJ ft 2 . . . . if E, ,,, I, ,.r,. 1 is 5 t tt , kwa., ,. I I I ws- . .q., . if M 3: Z.. T'-H. . f ......, : Dr. Ralph Licklider Booster President pects of sports, arranges schedules and deter- mines policies. Membership is comprised of all coaches, one alumnus, two students and the administration. Officers this year were Mr. Wil- liam Gulden, chairmang Mr. Lowell Guesman, treasurer, and Don Maloney, secretary. Requirement for membership in the Varsity A association is the winning of a letter during the high school year. The principal function of the club this year was the maintaining of school spirit and morale. Mr. Doyt Perry was the fac- ulty adviser. Boosters There is a definite correlation among the untiring efforts of the Booster Club, the Athletic Board, the Varsity A and a successful, smooth- functioning athletic program. The students of Upper Arlington are greatly indebted to these groups. The Booster Club, headed by Dr. Balph Lick- lider, enjoyed a Very successful year. The club was again the guiding light of the community in boosting school athletics. Projects completed were the presentation of nuggets to the cham- pionship teams, filming of the football and bas' ketball games, sports carnival, track films and completing payments on the lights for the foot- ball stadium. Other officers were Allen Rankin, Floyd Hobart, and A. D. lohnson. At the time the Norwester went to press many members of the Booster Club were out of town for various reasons. We regret because of this fact a group picture could not be taken. Seated-Taylor. Burns. Gulden, Larkin, Thomas. Standing-Perry. Hamilton. Maloney, Guesman. Varsity A Seated. l. to r.-Mollie Nelson th-easurerl. lean Ann Shepard lvice-presidentl. Marlene Isenaqlo tpresidentl. Ann Pryor tsecretaryl. Ioyce Sandbo lsport headl. Miss Doris Mandel G.A.A. Sponsor G.A.A. The main goal of the Girls' Athletic Associa- tionito get more girls into the active sports program--was fulfilled more than ever before. Seventy per cent of the girls in the senior class participated in the intramural basketball teams and, while the other classes didn't come out quite so strongly, their percentages were high. Marlene Isenagle was president oi G. A. A. this year, and lean Ann Shepard was vice president, Anne Pryor, secretary, and Mollie Nelson, treasurer. Miss Doris Mandel, the asso- ciation's sponsor, contributed immeasurably to the year's success. Sporthead loyce Sandbo was aided through the year by the individual sportheads who were Iudy Lel: ever, hockey, Elaine Fallon, badminton, Marie Cipriano, volleyball, Shirley Adams, basketball, Carol Iann, bowling, Kathleen Von Haam and Mary Gillespie, swimming, Ioan Cassidy, golf, Nancy Vesper, archery, loanne Stauifer, tennis, and Molly Gosnell, baseball. With autumn came hockey and the fun ot inter-scholastic and intramural competition. ln a hard-fought battle the seniors won the tourna- ment for the third consecutive year by beat- ing the juniors. The teams played Grandview, C.S.G., University, and Worthington. Winter brought volleyball, badminton, bowl- ing, and a new addition, swimming. There was a bigger turnout for basketball this year than at any previous time. North, Grandview, Bexley, and University competed with the Upper Arling- ton teams. Page One Hundred Eleven IOANNE STOUFFER Tennis SHIRLEY ADAMS Basketball JUDY LE FEVER Hockey MARY GILLESPIE and KATHLEEN VON HAMM Swimming IOAN CASSIDY Go!! ELAINE FALLCN Badminton NANCY VHS-PER Archery MCLLY GOSNELL Baseball CAROL IANN Bowling Valley Ball First Row, l, to r.-Davis, Ruh. Shepard. Rankin. Cipriano. Price. Van Atta. Cotner. Second Row-Van Deventer, Linke. Adams. Willman. Campbell. Connifi. Lowry. Nelson. Smith. Third Row-Blauser. Krause. Vesper. Saville. Fallon. Forsythe. Glenn. Keeley. Sandbo. Assistants' League Every year the Girls' Athletic Association gives awards to girls who have earned 1000 points or more during the year for work well done. On November 30 four champion table tennis players from Ohio State University demon- strated their skill before the entire club. Bruce Harlan, the famous Olympic champion diver, showed movies taken at the Olympics and put on a tumbling show for the association. 'That same day, February 9, the sportheads for swimming were introduced. The juniors and sophomores performed skits for the entertainment of the audience and the teams after the basketball games on Intramural Night, March 21. Badminton and archery were two of the spring sports and, of course, tennis was in- cluded in this group. The girls who went out for golf, practiced quite a few times on the driving range, and the golf team played Bexley. Sue Riley helped the Iunior G.A.A. carry out its plans this year. The Assistants' League aided Miss Mandel in the regular classes after being instructed on the fundamentals of the games. sawn... .. . . my-n .., . ,.., r X4 , ::El i Class History fflontinuedj Tenth Grade Gradually we began to take our place in the high school, and by the sophomore year we were set- tled. Getting used to Mr. Guesman and his geom- etry, though, just about unsettled us-but good! We elected George DeLong for our president: Dave Hall, vice-president: Sharon Ruh, secretary: and Darrel Zipfel, treasurer. The first thing they did was to throw us into one of our two paper drives, and for that they should have been impeached! But no one can forget the fun we had riding on those trucks, not to mention how much fun it was to drag paper out of people's cellars. Our athletes really distinguished themselves that year, and we were proud of them, Don Maloney, Ronnie Green, Bill Deegan, and all the others. Our dance was "Deep Purple" and we made sixty dollars' profit from it. The class picnic was one of the best. Some still bear the scars from the mighty game of "Capture the Flag." It was certainly a perfect end for a per- fect year. Eleventh Grade Upperclassmen at last! Our junior year we really threw ourselves into activities and social life. Our studies were minor subjects like advanced algebra and chemistry! Behind the scenes in the nooks and crannies of the school, we worked on a long-anticipated Iunior-Senior Prom. Confucius would have turned over in his grave had he seen our interpretation of his China. Then, of course, we had our junior class play. Basketball Three won and three lost was the second round record as the Bears terminated league activity with a 7-5 record, good for a share of third place in the final standing. Tournament time found Arlington lightly re- garded, and after eliminating Delaware 43-39, the team succumbed to Bexley 27-26 in a thrill- ini? contest that once more saw the Bears plagued by bad luck and injuries. This con- cluded the season. No, the school won't soon forget Sonny Atcheson as Captain Applejack with his mighty crew of pirates. In English we certainly must have learned every famous writer England ever had, not to mention good old "Macbeth" and his three witches. Leading us through the year were Iim Linville, president: Darrel Zipfel, vice-president: Sharon Ruh, secretary: and Tracy Hager, treasurer. Twelfth Grade Our whole senior year has been one unforget- table experience. Suddenly realizing that we were ready to be tossed out on the sea of college life, we tore feverishly into our books and really made the most of our senior year classes. But the outside activities were what really made our year so won- derful. Ronnie Green led the football team to success after success, and the season ended with one of the most exciting Arlington-Grandview games in his- tory. Queen Susie and her court, Sharon, Ioyce, Nina, and Iulie, couldn't have asked for a more beautiful night for the game. The whole class pitched in to make money for the annual under the leadership of lim Linville, president: George Triffon, vice-president: Tracy Hager, secretary: and Beverly Hittson, treasurer. Don Maloney and Bill Deegan were basketball captains: Bill Egel was track captain: and Don Maloney was baseball captain. We salute them all for a successful year. To next year's seniors we wish the best of luck, and we hope you will enjoy your last year at Ar- lington as much as we have. fllontinuedj Win or lose, this has been a good season. lt is regretful that Mr. Thomas, a fine coach and gentleman, did not have an opportunity to tutor the same group of players for a lengthy period of timehteam personnel was constantly chang- ing. The future is promising as only three sen- iors depart from the squad. At a fine banquet it was announced that Frank Edwards and Doug Goodsell would lead the team of '51, In conclusion we wish the best of luck to next year's team. Pale One Hundred Fifteen Class Will fC0ntinuedj IOYCE SANDBO wills her ever-ready dependability to Emily Battin. ANDCREA ROSE gives her ability for making fascinating coiffures to Mary illespie. TRACY HAGER bequeaths his darling dimples to the adoring females he leaves behind. DOTTIE MONTGOMERY gives a big bottle of aspirin to next year's Leaders' Class prexy. DICK DEEDS leaves his reputation for endless pranks to Eddie Iones. SUSAN ASHMAN wills her sly wink to Sally Viereck. DON MALONEY. in his own inimitable way, gives his fabulous vocabulary to Davey Miller. DIANE SMITH presents her friendly "hello" to Sue Harmon. PAUL IENKINS sadly vacates his seat at lsaly's and gives it to Don Bowers. HELENE DWYER wills her red hair to Rusty Davies. BILL DEEGAN leaves Charlie and Alex behind. MARIE CIPRIANO bestows her white bucks and "White Shoulders" to Vera Redman. HOWIE WAGENHALS gives his sweet hair-cuts back to Maurice's salon. IEANNE WALKER bequeaths "Bessie" to anyone, to go any place, any time he needs a car. GEORGE TRIFFON leaves his Apollo-like physique to Roger Eell's advertise- ments. NORMA LINKE gives her impish giggle to Kay Kelsik. I-'REDDY VICKERS bestows his numerous nicknames to Gary Pennel. CHIQUITA PRICE wills her love of "the lrish" to Marianne O'Rourke. ALFRED YONTZ wills his long list of city-wide acquaintances to lack Baker. CAROLYN GLENN gives her be-bop, gold-rimmed glasses to Don Morris. ELIZABETH BLAUSER bestows her musical talents upon Iudy Pentz. PETE EDWARDS gives his love for arguing to future problems classes. IEANNE CROY presents her ambition for nursing to Nancy Love. IULIE FORSYTHE leaves her talent for theme-writing to next year's senior English classes. IERRY YOST bequeaths his Well-known blush to Mr. Iackson. NANCY VESPER gives her shingled hair back to Vogue. MARILYN COTNER gives her big Buick convertible to Iimmy Gerlach. SHIM O'ROURK.E, God's gift to women, gives one last thrill to the junior girls. BARBARA GLENN wills her humor and intellectual wit to the "Iudys", to be divided evenly between them. AARON IONES wills his ever-ready, handy little comb to Tom Neal. MARLENE ISENAGLE leaves in the glory of her final shot. BILL EGEL wills his strong, silent personality to lerry Starr. IOANNE DANCY gives her Florida suntan to Linda Royce. IOHN HARTENFELS speeds away. MARY ANN IOHNSON leaves-for West Point, per usual. IACK SWENSON presents his problems' notes to Bill Licklider. SARAH CLAPP gives her endless ability for making blunders to anyone else so talented. DAVE SMITH wills his famed fear of "les femmes" to Doug Goodsell. SHARON RUH leaves Arlington without a hangout. DAVE SHAFER regretfully wills "Sophelia", his car, to Whoever wants her. With best Wishes and fondest farewell, we do hereby affix our seal and signature to this document. The undersigned. L. 'T' l ,, lwwfbv M a CD"9"Ol0w 9- - y up aaa, 04"-KMA-1 ffrmfa,-of.. 5 f ,mv WJ JmWmwQQgmyyqQg,5i wich fi O mf' WWQMMWIQQPU W Qi, QW QQQ my MWQJ WCW QW ff Q 2 wi Q? hm' ' 25 WA, M C5 , QQ V W Lfi5Mkf'gQ'i2i ff, lfigf' pfywqifygfwf? 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Page One Hundred Nineteen Tom Tarpy's Apex Market QOMPLIMENTS OF KI. 1171-KI. 4937-KI. 8424 Malcolm Mooney Studios 2116 Arlington Avenue LANE SHOPPING CENTER FINE FOODS - WE DELIVER COMPLIMENT5 OF COMPLIMENTS OF The Pllylis Siebert FENTON CLEANERS LANE SHOPPING CENTER 2702 Arlington Avenue MARY FAY WHIPPLE TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOP 2152 ARLINGTON AVENUE DISTINCTIVE APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES i' Compliments of BOB BU RKART Page Ono Hundred Twenty THE W. W. WILLIAMS CO. CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT Columbus 8, Ohio Arlington Motors, Inc. The Lorenz Equipment Co. 24-HOUR SERVICE - BODY REBUILDING CONSTRUCTION AND INDUSTRIAL Sam Williams, President MACHINERY NEW CAR SALES 547 West Rich Street 1710-24 West Fifth Ave. - KI. 1101 Used Car Lot-1624 West Fifth Ave. uk AMBITIOUS, CAPABLE t GIRL GRADUATES . . . WILL FIND INTERESTING, RESPONSIBLE POSITIONS IN CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS THE TELEPHONE INDUSTRY APPLY THE COLUMBUS WOMENS EMPLOYMENT OFFICE THE OHIO BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY 101 NORTH THIRD STREET t ir I Page One Hundred Twenty-one Good Luck to the Compliments of the Class of '50 Compliment: of the D R A C L.D.A. Club Compliments of the Best Wishes Class of '50 Club Complimentx of the S. A. J. Club Best of Luck Congratulations Class of '50 Seniors! Compliments of the T.A.c. Club GAA' So Long Seniors ! C omplimenlx of F.T.A. Success to the Class of '50 Com pliments 0 f Y-Teen P O Hun od Twenty-two Community Pharmacy C 0 mpliments 0 f 7 "fmt a Little Better Service" I S A L Y S 1811 West Fifth Avenue 1953 South Mallway KI- 0181 KI. 0184 C omplimentr of Kemper's Pharmacy Kent Beauty Salon KI. 0109 Phone KI. 5215 KI. 0162 2064 Arlington Avenue 2066 Arlington Avenue COMPLIMEN TS OF FLICK AND JOHNSON'S IG A MARKET 2080 Arlington Avenue MALLWAY MART 9 Page One Hundred Twenty-three '5 fwx if M Ja-'if' ,xx Al ? . Na, ,Q , ,X K Q , wkQdv5"s.N +2 ix Sli 0. 0ll"' NN Num, X. Page One Hundred Tweniy-four n D Q - - , r X k S , . QW- xv., A , - .... 4 IE- -, KK 3 4 Intln V t H'-Q - 4 I , -.,, . 4 ' 1, . W Q - ' Q . ,gg ' A - . ., +2 f Q if . L E 1-2 , ,. K f A N 1 'Al ma 5' I N N . X NM wfi wvk f F5 V if ff f 1 54- Q ffgfgf Q S5 ' gf '39 'f 'If 15' , ,S H' ,, ff U ,ggwjg w,if .t -,. - .' ' , J ' W f ' f ff: ff' '- 5 My -N715 ggi-g,L,1:'R4 Ni' I . I 4' 5, ww. a- 'iiyfm A f " 1- 'q- ' MMM! .M W ,N f M hy, w-. K -- ff , . 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