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

 - Class of 1959

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'WSE Mis wa PA T SCR IPTS .s.w'N 'n 1.4 rl 9'-fuff - 'iff' .P an s'?5..:J 4 -.44 - Q" Je: Q ,M 'im .,, , """-n 'V B. .gil 4.1 ' 4... Er wig? 83 I Q mu SCHOOL GOLUMBUSJ CDHIO PQESENTS TUE 9 NORLJESIE ,Q J u-in X UDDQQ AQL1 Q , H X iii 59 ff WE g 1 3 C15 uw Cds I I edlcahon To the faculty--set-designers, light-crew, script writers, directorsg you who built our backgrounds, who lighted our way and showed us how to light our own, who gave us our cues and polished our character parts until we were ready to go onstage before the world. To you who have watched us take so many bows, we give a stand- ing ovation. Foreword All the worlds a stage sa1d Shakespeare and 1n our 1959 Norwester the stage IS the rage We sen1ors have played our brlef parts rn th1s hlgh school product1on and now we exrt through the wmgs but w1ll depend largely on how we have developed our character parts here To those of you who have yet an act or two to go take your cues from those actors who are makmg thelr CXIIS and then put all you have xnto the scenes to come After all the play s the thmg If Y Y, ' ' 7 7 . . . , . , . . - only to Walk onto a larger stage. How we play our chosen roles there , , , 7 . , . 1 V Al' 4 xii 1 I I cog f no 52 HQ AdllllfllSff2fl0ll Faye 0' Semors page 24 llnderolassmen faye 52 School llfe page 70 Faye 86 Aohvnhes Faye 92 Sports Faye 116 Adverhsemenis page 140 E TW ff Q . '12 Scholashcs .. . . . . Q lm Sze. ' ,CQ oooooooooo Exeoutwe Surte Outward Bound Great Expectatrons Present laughter E: H Importance of Belng Earnest 'Time of Your lute Its All rn the Game The Money Tree W Wtgffnee 'Q o o ll ,L sr. NK Y I ,, I1 : l' ll N ' 0 ll Qfnafg? a QV? fuzz:- n u C W, ll 0 ll 011 '4' N , - , 5 'I I o ll 3 ll I 0 ll QI' . QNX fee M I t'X Q Q Am t , f RT 331 , us L 'N-, ll ll X im. me 1 1. A Wm., f-ww +-fw,,,W, Exec ui. we suite Zz 53 il Superintendent Mm .aaa "Bell, Book, and Candle" For students, the school bell rings only nine months a year--for Upper Arlington's Walter B. Heischman, it rings all year long. As superintendent of the high-school system and executive of the school board, he works through the nine school months carrying out school policies, interviewing teachers, and supervising the general wel- fare of the school. In the summer, as a conscientious man and a hard worker, he plans for the successful operation of the coming school year. Education is a year-round job and a life's work. Mr. Heischman prepared for his educational career as a physical science major at Capitol University and received his Master's Degree at O. S. U. He taught science and coached basketball at Arlington before becoming principal of the elementary school. In 1951 he became super- intendent. Mr. Heischman has been at Arlington 23 years. As an experienced educator, Mr. Heischman believes that Arling- ton's experiment in dividing the classes on the basis of past achievement is a major improvement. Arlington's first and most important job is to train students to do their best--to work hard and to have a firm background on which to work. This method of division of classes has been found to give the best results in other schools, and I think it will be effective in Arlington. Principal vagal ol Dow ,X .gn-MPM "Bells Are Ringing" The June bell which rings good-bye to the seniors and a happy vacation to the underclassmen calls Principal joseph A. Dorff to the summer-long job of preparing for the opening day in September. Mr. Dorff, who started in at O. S. U. as a pre-med student, was graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He taught for a while in a one- room school house and later became an elementary school principal. His interest in administration work led him back to school where he got an M.A. in secondary education administration. Believing as he does that nothing can replace hard work and individual initiative, Mr. Dorff is pleased with the new system of ability grouping, which attempts to make the courses equally challenging to all students. Before the aims of secondary education can be effectively exe- cuted, however, they must be defined. Mr. Dorff has analyzed these aims: Secondary Education in the United States under the law is unique in the history of world education mainly because it is pro- vided free without discrimination of any kind. Pupils in high schools should constantly remind themselves of this great privilege and opportunity. Here is provided a chance to secure knowledge fundamental to so-called collegiate or ad- vanced training, or basic information that is terminal for some pupils who enter a vocation or life work immediately after high school. In either case basic facts and information are taught in the classrooms and mastery of these facts and information fscholar- ship? should be uppermost in the minds of the pupil. Board of Education hu. Claxr E Fultz Walter B Henschman Mrs james Nxple ivrce presndentl Ben K Wnlllams Cpresndentb l S Collms tcxer-K treasured Dr Tnh A Prlor Dr Ralph S Lxckhder PTA fs Q Xf- eff DP'- Av i ...J Rowl Mrs Donald-I Vmcent treasurer Mrs joseph Harter secretary Mrs john Storm head of room mothers Row 7 Lance Shreffler teacher representatne Howard C Dale presldent joseph A Dorff prmcxpal of hxgh school L Allen Mc Kmght vnce presndent -3 Dffice Staff In li lini- Mrs Manan Hall, gpm-eral-v to the prmcxpal F james Lambourne, attendance Lester L. Jackson, manager of actlvlty accounts Wayne '1ownsend, busmess manager ,.,..r" Mrs Mxldred Kock, school nurse YJ Mrs Marle Smlth, Mnss Joan Swelnsberger, bookkeeper secretary to the supermtendent Ji" 5. an ' ,Q 1' 1 9-, x , . V 'fr , , ' ,.1 .ff . . -. 1 I I , .A ' Z 5- 4 i. . ' 3 fem: .i , K. ' u 1 V, A, - 4 I 1 . , ' . . '11 N , 1: . 1 ' .Wm ' , - :My 5 z Thomas Baldaccl Robert H Cavms Chem1srry Chemmstry and Bnology You are the stage crew F James Lambourne Blology I Leon Bowman Physxcs Wlllnam Dudrow Bnology . - , 1 7 F , ,. , ,- A 5 W 9 x '- X , B, Q I kv! af' . , - W 'rllvmn-I .bf C 1 Lester J jackson geometry Rxchard Beery geometry and Span1sh rm? 1 4, X HW? I-Z, -- ff' 5 iw Luxist he property managers G+ ff Y Q' New Bk W hz 574+ 2 D ox Lance Shreffler counselmg 313. i .1 Ray Moyer plane geometry W1ll1am Gulden advanced algebra and trxgonometry and sohd geometry w r rv to ' . , 9 . - ,L 4-,X N 45 .yszewa J Z' l Cr ' .L , . , 63" ff" . gf S 4 5 X11 Q or B Q A C Q ? C yxgv use xy,-rL1l' , P uf an - , '4' 7, f. f I-If P 0 M 0 'G X L H+l,? fc OF 7 iff! , 1 In 5 ' F Y l ' 9 Mrs Helen Tanner, Engllsh Mmnzwss vvyx 3o',xQ .mL E U NYXQ 1, Wax 5 Q 4 F5195 Wm X fa CF ' ' .1'k DICTIONARY iii!! fx i X.Jm 5 UR qv' E5 'A s gl A 49115 Ab.. if t " .ggpgihin-JE f Iwi , V 4 'Jw ' . Mxss Harnette McConnel, ---the make up b Davld jones Speech Debate Mxss Roberta Fry Engllsh Journahsm 16 Q W Rf gl , 1 X NCP --. 1 5 a ' '- 4' ' "' i M I 'H 5' Q 6 " ' 'H . H w 'Q ,L F -T: H, K ,vis 9.1 b ' 153 SCGXA I ... ...M 'ff 5 , ,-. X ,Gif H ' x N ,., ll, 3 A I o 'f, ,. f f 've xnf N- - ' 3 io J 9' 2:4 , I ' ' :VXA 2 5 1 'ion 1-,ug Q K 3' nx T9 " Q , -ef, 5- V' , ww: ' . TX-A. xv N 51 'f '1 3 i -Z W., ' ., 1 I ,. 9 , Xi f A AA ' - 4 I I 0 .. . i E , , . e e I 1 A lf' wt-.. --Q19 :Mm-'Yiv 'harle Wxll Engllsh Ellls G Lutz Engllsh directors ---lx Mlss G Ellen Mann English M1ss Vera K Randall Engllsh X -1 X rf 1 , . Af ,I f L. - A I M ,ML - ,- 'W' , N ' ' . . V S 9 . , O .. as ra-an n E If in , L4 Kyfg . ..............- 2 1 i .. - N -- i 1 . , ' . ii , ' s 54' Sxxk X ..- Paul Gatsch Rlchard Hoskms plane geometry and algebra mdustrxal arts and mechamcal drawmg the Iughi crew Paul Corey c1v1cs and problems rw 1 Mrs. Patr1c1a Kessler, Mf5- MHYUYH Howells, physlcal educatlon American h15f0fY i s 'F Q, i l , -, 8 wr, N f .. V .. ., 9 . . 1 Ki -I 9 O :nh H l a 1 V' ' 1 Y N 9 A - 5? E 1 -Qu-v'f""'i" james Burke james M1l1er Amerlcan hxstory economlcs SOC10l0gy Amencan hxstory the sei desugners Marvm Moorehead drlver tralfllng Richard Larkin' World history Davld Shelbv, physlcal educauon 19 1? V 4' .VF I' ': . 2 X 4+ . .,. . XE 'Q m - S W , x 4 ,fn X W n H 5 . ' X ,,,,v ..... .W XX MWA- Q u n , n c . , ' . 7 3 i . . 7 lg 'v M, cvkfw 791 W S c 'Q 5 QQ! X 'l -L M1ss Annette Jackson typmg bookkeepmg M1ss Kather1ne G1 K typmg and shorthand 20 Xcbi S S Q 29.9 ff xi' -W i xx, :X and the kindly critics of our performances .41-' GN f' - t k K , I nn Wig x ' G P LL cw J J ' C 7 'U , , X C 'K X x I r X v L G 0 4 5 E. 00 I o . O10 00 3 . cog 8 . V , N . as Q x 1 -' -j i i , K X K 1 . 9 9 If 3 ,fi f ' f 5 3 ' ' ic' , 1 Mlss jud1th Whltney Sparush "'- M1ss Lorxta Ewmg French The play comes to an end Mlss Margrett C Shultz Latln - Mrs. joan Plankell, French 21 Eb -" "A W ' ' 'ir Q 'ga 15 gk J xl ' h 1 f--h-W--A N .Kr ,,,. --MA 1 -.L : 9,- .:+N , if -.49 ' , L'-U f - .. P ' 5 K J. . w 5 a - s 4, ... ,. . Q, ' IAN, '! . 5 Robert Gmther mstrumental musrc Mrs Betty Woolpert home econonucs sewmg but the curlam calls go on forever -m'1o"5f..3 "--4.8 ig 49' 1 ---. H .f vi Hugh Stumbo art baslc cleslgn Herbert Yenser cholr . , . . u , 9 I :nn ' gp pe --W, 4 W 5-- K f FW 'gl.,,q2fg3, F, . V M , it 'Jury .N tp ., Q53 34, 4 W U A' fd, f o 6135 1 1'-vi 'fl 753: igw A Mem' . . in r ,A -'f . Qui 2: , I A jx- 3 M 9' C, I I- f 7 7 . D 9 l III NENORIAH A J McCullough He taught us knowledge from books and wisdom from example. Duiward Boun ,,,,,.anP" ,..,........----- Seniors Left to right: Susie Trimble, treasurer, Jim Gross, vice-president, Barb Folkerth, secretary, Bill Pflaum, president. The leading roles in the script for the school year are traditionally played by the members of the senior class. Heading this year's company of players were Bill Pflaum, president, Jim Gross, vice-presidentg Barb Folkerth, secretary, and Susie Trimble, treasurer. The senior repre- sentatives to Student Council--Patty Snyder, Pat Patton, jim McGavran, Bill Lovebury, janet Compton, jerry Ross, jerry Evans, Jim Howe and Susie Rudolph--deserve a citation for their performance as well. Character roles enlivened the production. Bonnie Bell sparkled as the Homecoming queen. Linda Davis, Patty Snyder, Roberta Simpson, and Judy Ryan played at being her court ladies.. Barb Folkerth, editor-in-chief of the Norwester, and the rest of the staff struggled through the maze of deadlines and detail under the direction of Miss Vera Randall, the adviser. 26 The class, the novices during the first year at the new building, was floating on an upsurg- ing wave of school spirit during its reign as the privileged class. Among the many time-honored privileges were writing term papers, and themes, producing the 1959 Norwester,' and playing the part of Rods of the School. Inheriting the perpetual senior class money problem, the class members found themselves collecting rags, selling coasters and decals, and operating the coat-check and the concessions at basketball games in order to execute the role of amateur financiers. The ending to the senior script is always the same: the fittings for caps and gowns, bac- calaureate, Senior Day, class parties, the diplo- mas and exit to an always different beginning. rw" jg W Lmda Lee Adams Patrlcxa Lee Albxn Charles Thomas Albrxght Ronald Bruce Anderson Lmda Albs Chuck Andy fl' James Alexander Argo Susan Helen Armstrong Brenda Lee Arnold 1m Susy Bren i Joseph Kent Arnold Pamela Asbury William Haywood Azbell Jomo Pam Bill Charles Henry Baber Joan Eileen Ball Judith Mae Ballard George Weldon Banning Chuck Joni jude George Terry Keith Barnett Barbara jean Barron Mary Chnstme Beckman lk if Bonme Rebecca Bell Bon K Babs Marv N..- Rxchard Ellsworth Bernard Sarah Kay Best Rxch The Curiam ffikx Sally Ann Bickel James Cooke Bieber Everett Arthur Bolz Patricia Ann Brown Sally jim Art Pat Wxllxam Hooper Browne Jr Dnana Brownfneld Sandy Lynn Beard Bl Diana Kitten 7""'? William Buelow Juchth Bex erly Bush Mary Elxzabeth By rnes Bl J Barley Byrnne Ji X 'l .H ' ' ' . I . is f i x W f l li gl Es S B' X draws upon Act I: 29 P+.. Wig? Jaw fi Qu, 'iw if sea-A Emrly Ehzabeth Carson Gene Edward Cnrgk Enc Mxchael Clapp Ellen Mary Chfford E Cars Geno Eric Chff 48' Robert Earl Cockrum Lewis Stephen Colby George Harcourt Collms Bo Steve George Janet Beth Compton Barry I-CC Cosens Richard Sumner Cottnngharn Jan Barry Pedro Stabbing Caesar Diana Brooke Cowles Kathleen Helen Cronm Peter Allen Cullman Connie Cummms Brooke Kathy Pete Conme -.:' Edgar William Cuppy Lmda Ruth Dale Linda Dxane Davis is perennial fun Bn Linda Lmda. P11 Judith Ann Davlgon Donna Marie DeCessna udy Donna Susan Kay Denms Susne -A no ' ' E? f . 3 4 L Trdggfffff-. ' -W1 r- I . '-naw h - X, E W G t 'Tl J X mtl 1 R ,.,a,,.., 3 2 llzr , VA of ef I . f. . J . I F, W, , . V M. Eg! """' Raoul Galen DeRh0deS David Paul DlCk6 Euretta Kay Dnxon Wxllxam Howard Doerr RB0111 Dave Euretta Fagan if Judith Elame Dykstra Richard Cyril Eben Judy Duck Rlckey Eckler Rack if James Tucker Engensee Emnly Ann Erb Jerry Curtxs Evans 1m Emmne Jerry 32 In the Cluldren s Lynne Vandyke Evans Kenneth Frederick Ewald John Russell Ezzell Chnstopher Alan Feuchter Lvnme Ken Russ Kit Carlotta Fxnk Patrxcxa Jean Fltzgerald Maryorxe Eleanor Flory Lottxe at Margie Barbara Alice Folkerth Barbie ffmmw Mary Elizabeth Fontana Mary Beth Walter jared Frost Robert Edward Fultz Ralph Alan Garrett Ruth Joan G1b50U e Bob Alan W 69 Judnth Dnane Goodmg Judy 34 Stephen Kent Givens arllyn Jean Glandon JOYCC Ann G00d1nB Q Steve Marrlyn JOYCE Robert John Gramer Joyce Mane Grazram Bob Joyce ----We 3Vl2If 2? qi Sara Lounse Grxmes Robert Denms Grxmm James Howard Gross Charles Hamrlron Hall Sally Denny rm Chuck our second cue Ann Hallrgan Lynn Butler Hammond MlCh39l Arthur H3l'lb3Ck Anmgan Lynme Mike Thomas Drllon Hansberger Tom Lmda Lee Harold Donald E Harrrson Lmda Donn I 35 a . . . . J. , ll.T ,W,ll,l, l l M 6 , ix f 3 6 A 9 'df X a Carole Jean Haffle KCISCY Hauck Susan Elxzabeth Hayward Joyce Ann Hentger Carole Kelge uz Joyce Sandra Sue Henry Karen Lou1se Henson Dannel Davnes Hnl an Karen Dan Corxta Hmson Deborah Julnet Hoskins Davxd Wade Hosterman Con Debby Dave The curtain 9 H I T ' 2 an it ,Q41 . S . . H k e S . . . . M H H A 4 James Malcolm Howe Bonme jean Huck 1111 Bonme Jocelyn Duane Huffman Mary Susan Huhta oy Suta Mary Emily Humphreys Robert Clayton Irwm Carole jean Isenagle Molly ru Carole Barbara Kay Jeffers Barb draws upon Ac! Il G7 Wrllram Robert jencks Wrllnam Martm johnson Bob Bl 0 37 , , 5 I J' ' J - .. ai: f a Q S fl ' K, I K' ww" J I .fl l ,E 'll l Georgramae Jost Patsy Kelley Mary Katherrne Kelly Judnth Elame Knlbourne Georgxa Patsy Mary K udy Harry Lance Krueger, Jr Harry Kent Dwight Kmg Ellen Courtenay Kmney Vefna Jeanne Know CS Butch 5 Ellen Bl-WHY Stephanie Kropp Stephre Carol Sue Kuennmg Carol We all go down -My bf -55' Mary Jill Kyle Richard Randolph Lane Sylvia Ann Lane Robert Burton Ledbetter Jin ' ' Randy Sxbbxe Bob mill Aslan Flu 1: Larry G Leese Mxllxcent Jean Legg usan Leggett Leese M1121 Sueky F' .K ,if 1 Lana Lou Leppert James Henretty Leste Rnchard Addnson Letzkus Lana 1m Rich g 39 aw X. I . . I . . S Us r!L ' ,T V' if ' bf ,A f A 4' A Z,"Z'T.I ' ' x L i 3 ' J. l .- I I 31' Ralph Ewing Lewis Elizabeth Ann Lmdahl Wllllam Frederick Lovebury III Ralph Bean Larry XA Dennls Raymond Lund Denny Susan Kate Lund Neal Hall Magee II Constance Mane Mamas Susne Bud i 'Vx Beverly Jean Manos Bev Lmda Kay Marconnet Julle Ann Martm Lmda Julxe Conme The Jr. Sr. i vb' Phxllxp Burt Mason james Russell Mason Phu 1m fi APY Dxane Mathews Peggy Ann McBr1de Peggy memory too 'T' Ji Davld Robert McC1a1n Judnth Ann McClannan PCIC1' BUSY! MCClCUiDd Moose Judy PCIC Margaret Sue McCoy Coy Karen jane McDonald james Hall McGavran Jr Karen lm M y 4 1- , 0 '-' t'-Xiu U, ' ii . I '1 J' ' Di A . , nfs' i A if I5 ' 4 It , 45 I J' ' C usd' Sandra Lee Mclntnre Leonard Royal McMaster Hal Thomas McN1chols jack Norwood Meeks Jr Mac Roy Ha ack Dnane Mae Mellxnger Kermit Ann Melton Wxlllam Lee Mnelke B1 juhe Ann Mnller Larry Russell Mmor Constance Anne Mxrxck julie Larry Conm The curiam draws Jerry Albert Mxtchell Mnchael Wayne Moberly Mltch Mlke upon Ac! Ill Kent Anthony Morgan Ken: Bnllme Jean Moore Bully L Sandra Margarnta Morral Robert Thomas Mosxer joel Edward Mullm Sandy Bob OC 5 f' M Paul Mnchael Murray Robert Allen Neal Sandy I-011159 Neff Paul Nemo S205 . 43 I 5 l V l L, F . rkgxjf fd no A . . J X-Q' , ' x O judxth Ann Newlon Thomas Edward Norman Marykay Ohls Judy Tom Kay 'Hi P' 4159 Jane Ruth Paetow ane John john Alexander Parker il" George Alva Patton Samuel Russell Penmngton Wnllnam Charles Pflaum at Sam B1 44 Mary Suzanne Oyer Suzie Mary Elizabeth Parkmson Beth GMS 0089 lll0l'0 Everette Randall Preston Larry Andrew Prxmm Robert L66 Prior Randy Larry B0b Mary Kay Rannells Kay Myron Thomas Recob Sandra Marne Reetz Sylvla Marne Rxx My ron Sandx and then we re free. Barry jon Rodgers jerry Bangham Ross Buck Bang josephme Pxk Rossel ody .f' 'Iv ' ' ' Syl 6 8 V . . e -I . I A Michael Faraday Rothgery Michael Culbertson Roye Suellen Rudolph Judith Karen Ryan Mike Mike Susie Judy Ulysses Gram Sain Jerry Allan Sarver Edward Gustave Saurborn Judge Jerry Te Ginger Jane Schmitter Judith Diane Schofield Gordon Lee Seese Ginger Hd! Gordon 46 llavmg learned that I d I I. 1. ,I ., : xi' yt-....,,, ,f. 1 .115 1 4 fr T. ' xzw. Cynthia Ann Shank Ronald Wayne Sharpe Roberta Sue Simpson William Lee Smith Cindy Ron Bertie Bill Constance Ann Smythe Linda Lou Snashall PHUICIH 5nYdel' Conni Linda clucahon us the key Jack Lee Spohn Robert Leon Stalter Sally Anne Stinson ack Bob Sally QM 9 51. 5 2 g.1"'fs,f1f . .Q-5 H YQ, ' Roberta Lynne Stone John Henry Storm Robert Davenport Streeter james Albert Stritmatter Lynne Stormy Bob Stritty Sue Ellen Sturgeon Sandra Jean Sullivan David Mlrlhael Suter ue Sandy Dave Rnchard Edward Swabby Scrubby Norma jean laggart Norma james Thomas Taylor nm To Knowledge. io Wisdom. A i S . fi 'Q an SQL -' fl T, J. 48 S' N Joseph Bertrand Taylor Duane Elame Tefft oe Duane lv Susan Beuna Thomas Susle Carol Ann Thumm Carol Susan Edmundson Trimble Phxllnp Wellman Tucker Robert Frederic Unch Tnms Phxl Bob Q-f 1 Robert Lee Van Schoyck Thomas Larry Vengel to learning. to llfe ----- Tom john Gabriel Wagmtz john 49 Q S b 6 5' J YJ ,g 4" I 'IR I. sv-bg S ' S f W- J V . . ll T Q ,J 0 r f "Q 5 f V 6' X A l 2 l Q ' Rlfhard Harry Walker james Leland Walters Molly Marne Watters Davxd Wnllnam Wear D1Ck lm Molly Dave ii Patncxa Gaylord Webster Rxchard Allan Welshexmer Craxg J05ePh Welch Robert Wxllnam Weldon Bl 50 web Rnck Cralg T Patrxcxa Lou West Sally Ann West Pat Sally To Growth To Personal Sandra Lee Whxte Sandle Donald Wesley Wlllnams Polly Jeanne Wxlson Henry joseph Whalen Chubbs Polly Woodward III Woody Y F f ,115 Carole Lee Wrlght Jeffrey Allan Yarnell Sue Ellen Yelton Carole Suzebell Carol Ann Youmans Annette Zelkoff Wxllxam Franklxn Zxeg Carol Anme B1 fulfillmeni of our Heritage O 51 ol" Great peciah -5 if v-.W "'?" QT-jj bf ! Juniors Left to right: Mike Andes, vice-president, Dave Olin, presidentg Susie DeLor, secretaryg Bruce Butler, treasurer. 54 In Arlington's three-act play, the under- studies for the lead parts are the members of a capable and enthusiastic junior class, headed by Dave Olin, Mike Andes, Bruce Butler, and Susie DeLor, But even while they study to take over when the senior class goes "on the road," they are stars in their own right. They stopped the show with their novel idea of a fudge sale, and were a huge success with selling football pen- nants at the games, giving dances, and planning that all-important junior-Senior, a program note that will be long remembered by all of us. But most of all, the junior class brought a new life, a new spirit to a play that had begun to flag. The whole cast revived when the juniors entered the scene, and the play went on with a new enthusiasm. We all hope to see an encore of their fine performance next year. 'IRES Q7 ? H i sf' t rx K1 Qui'-'ann K 'wife-w Row 1: Carol Bearse, Charlotte Boyd, Patty Albanese, Tippy Boring, Diane Aschman, Libby Baker, Carol Bossart, Bonnie Bader. Row 2: Carol Anthony, Julie Arnold, Ned Bennett, Clarence Anderson, Dan Aue, Mike Andes, Carol Bowser, Linda Barry. Row 3: Chris Armel, Jon Agee, Bob Borel, Eddie Blake, joe Ball, jake Baas, Steve Boley. :az 1 n k, 6 Q7 5 Row 1: Evie Byrnes, Nancy Campbell, Dorothy Brooks, Mary Burnard, Sharon Browning, Arlita Burnett, Joyce Cameron, Mary jo Burt. Row 2: Barb Brokaw, Judy Carey, Margie Brown, Chip Caldwell, Dail Brown, Bobbie Butcher, Sherrie Brojvn, Peggy Brown, Carol Brown. Row 3: Mike Brenner, Bart Caldwell, Art Busing, joe Bybee, Bruce Butler, Bill Casto, David Bratton. A A ff. 1 55 zzz If ui 19 C7 ,uf- 9-'L'-+.v ,..f Row one: Bonnie Cunningham, Bev Cronin, Susan Dawson, Carol Clay, Pat Chambers, Marcia Cuppy, Susie Delor, Sarah Coleman. Row two: Sherrie Cochran, Sue Clark, Melinda Clapp, Nancy Chapman, Dianne Davis, Amy Christensen, Susie Collins, Mary Lynn Denning. Row three: Bob Day, Larry DeLong, Dave Daly, Bill Decker, Tom Cravens, John Cutting, David Denune, Jim Clouse, Sam Davis. 5 cr I + I -.lL Row 1: Party Ebright, Carolyn Evans, Nancie Drake, Natalie Ferguson, jane Farrington, Diane Fishel, Martha Dow, Sharon Dooley. Row 2: Suzanne Eddy, Candy Eaker, Donna Ferro, Tom Deemer, Bruce Erickson, john Dillon, Hal Epler, Carole Donato, Nancy Ebright. Row 5: Tom Edmondson, Bill Elster, Dana DeVos, Lane Erwin, Bob Fickell, Dennis Fales, Bob Doyle, Pat Flannagan. 56 v I Kow 1: Judy Graber, Natalie Greene, Nancy Gernhardt, Kathy Fouse, Carole Fletcher, Bobbie French. Row 2: Linda Grubbs, Marilyn Gaupp, Jan Graber, Debby Green, Cathy Frear, Carol Flick, Winnie Gerber, Susan Fogle. Row 3: Carolyn Francis, Carol Gump, Mike Flynn, Mike Flick, Tim Flanigan, Mark Gruebmeyer, Melinda Ford, Barb Gehring. C7 iv' Row 1 Pat Hennessey Ellen Hixson Jenny Haymore, Meredith Hite, Mimi Harmon, Linda Haire, Bonnie Hedges, Donna Hill. Row 2: Kathy Henney, Mike Herrman, Ed Hiner, Doug Hale, Craig Harris, Bill Hale, Fritz Helf, Nancy Hanner. Row 5: Phil Guthrie, Steve Hatcher, Pete Heer, Fritz Hayhurst, Phil Harter, Bob Head, john Helm, Tom Hawkins. 57 09 ' e.l1. cg ,sig , B X vw 3 'N L gv,e ,qI4'-at al I' ,' Judy Irwin, Patty Hooge, Nancy Hartshorn, Susie Hopkins, Eva Hofke, Susan jahn, Sally Keeney, Sandy Kabealo. Row 2: Nancy johnson, Mary Jane Jones, john Griner, Jack Hollenbeck, Bill Holstein, jerry Kessler, Molly jones, Dona jones. Row 3: Doug Houser, Kent Jones, john Kessler, John Howe, Howdy Hutchinson, Bob Hoge, Chris Kern. 3 Q9 Y? ll 3 Row 1: Judy Lockwood, Toni Liberati, Lois Lowman, Diane Locey, Ann Loscocco, Sheila Long. Row 2: Nancy Lowmil-ler, Edna Lowe, Karen Krause, jim Lloyd, Bill Lowther, Shirley Lowe, Margie LeCureux. Row 3: jim Krumlauf, Roger Long, Pat Leonard, Dave Korodi, jack Kraus, Stan Lott, Doug Lint. 58 Q Row 1: Nicky Miller, Susan Lundquist, Nancy Miller, Helen Mandt, jo Ann Molinaro, Barbara Morley, Carolyn Meredith. Row 2: Judy McLeod, Terry McGuire, Bill McBee, Bob Mertie, Bruce Major, Dick Lund, Bill Miller, Connie Lynn. Row 3: John McCoy, Steve Mark- wood, George Mulick, Craig Mielke, Mac McBride, Mike Mayhew, Bill Meinert, Tim Moench. 19 Q 3 ea EL 3 if 1 a H' l 5, iff' - ig it 1 3 n 2 Y 2 l ! 1 1 Q l Row 1: Linda Powers, Janet Nitschke, Peggy Owen, Kaye Olson, An Pingel, Dave Parker, Terry Pletcher, Don Porter, Marcia Pennin Dave Olin, Clyde Mummert, Gary Phillips, john Overmyer. 5 nOhls, Janice Neubeck. Row 2: Anne Patterson, jim Nelson, Howard gton. Row 5: Bob Muth, Tom Nein, Charles Pipkin, Phil Parker, 59 ww.-nawfmnnnawwo-U o 4.-L, Q M M Row 1: Marilynn Pratt, Nancy Reiber, Judy Rawe, Barb Riddle, Carol Roberts, Lyn Ramme, Susie Roberts, Patti Rea. Row 2: Phyllis Rey- nolds, Gina Robertson, Paul Reed, Mike Radcliffe, Tom Prasuhn, Jenny Raidt, Jackie Roberts. Row 3: Rgg5IS,eedy, Paul Sark, Dave Reber, Dick Schafer, Dan Russell, Ron Rummell, Bill Rector, Rush Robinson. V, L L 4 :-.gif Row 1: Suzy Spies, Martha Sellery, Sandy Smith, Sally Seifert, Carol Shook, Sue Shea, Gretchen Silbernagel, Judy Shaw. Row 2: Kay Single, joan Smith, Dan Spence, Dave Smeltzer, Ned Seikert, Dan Sebastian, Steve Schaffer, Marcia Smith, Sue Scott. Row 3: Wiley Secrest, Dave Seeger, Bill Sharer, Dave Sharp, Marty Smith, Rodger Shields, Dan Smith. 60 1 NVQ il Row 1: Ilona Szedlak, Stephanie Stein, Barb Thieringer, Mary Stewart, Cherie Stewart, Helga Storz, Nancy Stine, Marilyle Sweet. Row 2: Bonnie Thomas, Margie Tilton, Martha Tuttle, Fred Tarbox, Doug Thorne, John Teichert, Marion Tipton, jackie Tietzel. Row 3: Jon Tuttle, Steve Solsberry, Scott Traphagen, Jim Turner, Barry T"'e"'z'i', li"1 T':dP":nter. Harvev Stewart. Kurt Swearifwcrn. 1-:maui M, 1 A 6 si I ? or 4 All N,p,1s.i f 5a"5l""7.x I , l','gw1-,r2'l4 , it Q , E Row 1: Bonnie Varga, Susan Whitaker, Lynn XVingate, Linda Vincent, Karen XVest, Karen XX'alters. Row 2: Bob Young, Annette Vfhiraker Pat Weber, Grace Yoxsimer, Bonnie West, Jim Winkle. Row 3: Ken Wheeler, Dick Warren, Kurt von Maur, Ken W'eber, john Tyson Craig Weber, Don Vorce. 61 2 "SUN A G ' U I ICD FTUO UD SSE? 53355553 magm Q?Fv?g:g Q.ea-5-'-Irwmnwff-1 C14,.,HNn',DDv--.D-,qQOD': 'S--'1D"5'Q"'NOo' 'U14 v-. v-- ,WND-p-1'-' D-H'-UNqQ,m0 "lfllHfD '3.D'mfD,-Q M'--Q"Q"D229' 4 :Orr .+"'m0"H-,53:- 290-v-mm 0505520 .QHOM OD"1E'mgDm FDC 77'O"'g3D-P-nf-+"U 9' rn D' ""f4- -4 25500 Nz: 'D cas? Q.o,U-,3-0 DQ'QE'....'P,:grn 5 C' N 'GI-5 s-1:22-U' Q. Q-wifi' ro '4 4mg ""' D0 v-1"hmH Q-fp-U OH ,.,fDf'bw f'D4mU"Hm Q gggwa mawfwgis Q,Q.."' Nm TQDW -9 ,gi 2rE5':f' 239- ... -,q'm' C .-v,-3...N-+ ngg, "+w4'.:2 va 35:17 QC D.-.Q,, ' n w gznmvmnm Egg! -.::,3E,'?g,-I'P'-1 rf-SHS 'C-':5z5'0','gF3'5" van:-U,-9+ U2 39'-15 HUG? am? 09-50 D'E.g:'f33E:. -En"!oD-1 a'lulfDHnl .,, ,Q QW 'NJ 62 4? I Q Qi. 1 ? W Row 1: Demi.Badger, Jean Block, Carol Aschinger, Mary Ann Baldwin, Joan Beckemeyer, Debby Berry, Bobbie Boes. Row 2: Linda Ad ams, Kay Baker, Carol Bean, Tipton Brown, Carol Baker, Cathy Amos, Sarah Aplin. Row 3: Gary Adler, Bill Anthony, Bill Berwanger Jerry Adams, Dave Armogida, Bill Beebe. fi Row l: Louisa Callahan, Carol Brooks, Celeste Coddington, Carson. Row 2: Lucy Anderson, Nancy Berend, Susie Bolles, Sue Burr, Sharon Anderson, Sandy Brackney. Row 5: Jerry Clark, Dick Borel, Dick Brown, Frank Booth. AX f 1 1 LindaCecill, johnena Cochran, Shari Brown, Mary Ann Boldman, Alice Gwyn Baker, Ron Clawson, Tom Chown, Dave Chambers, Patsey Bower Cassell, Bill Clatworthy, Ralph Bresler, jim Browne, Ralph Branscomb, Ken 63 Y! f f 'V -rx ilillll Row 1: Susan Dobbins, Marilyn Dotts, Betsy Dawson, Judy Davis, Betsy Deeg, Susan Dudley, Mary Ellen Doucher, Diana Cook. Row Z: Sandy Downs, Tom Deishley, Mike Dennison, Bob Dillobfljohn DiCenzo, Bob Cowman, Fred Cox, Mary Lou Cravens. Row 5: Mike Cooper, Tom Culp, Dick Dreiman, Paul Di Paolo, Scott Condit, jeff Drake, David Di Cenzo. lf S 9 1-Q 5 of Row 1: Sandi Ficher, Barbara Eberly, Betty Getreu, Mary Lee Figensee, Karen Fultz, Marcia Farr, Anne Ferguson. Kfilhy .Ff05f- AROW .Zi Pat Armstrong, Carolyn Fargo, Bill Durrant, Danny Dunlap. Dave Eaton, Peggy Erb, Nancy Furste. Row 51 Dmld EHIOU. DICK EUIOU, ,lim Etzel, Marty Fergus, Dan Eisenman, Paul Durrant, Steve Forder. jeff Eibling. 64 is ,, ,,-,-,c sai- - - Q v-u r ck' .5'55C.l l'lll.O' . Q or 0 n' .4 Q0 1 A -gil Row 1: Sarah Hays, Sue Hague, Darsie Gettinger, Leslie Gilmore, Debby Sapsen, Judy Graziani, Judy Grigsby, Lois Haueisen. Row 2: Mar- tha Halligan, Joanne Helwig, Chris Hazard, Jim Hannahs, Ronny Greid 1!Les Heitger, Marcia Gleaves, Cindy Hazzard. Row 3: Paul Gra- ham, Dave Hall, Frank Godbey, Dave Greegor, Dana Gire, Mike Hague, Fred Heer, Doug Gillogly. M w rw l , v I ?r ,,1 T' 3 1 3 k 4 Row I: Rita Hill, Janet Hennessey, Karen Hobbs, Sandy Hughes, Esther Hostettler, Carla Jagsch. Linda Holdren. Bonnie Henry. Row Z Susan Johnson, Judy Johnson, Mike Iannelli, Brian Jennings, Rick Jackson, Jerry Johnson, Lynne Jacoby, Patti James. Row 5: Dave Hoch Wfayne Howson, Ron Johnson, Malcomb Johnson, Steve Huddy, Chris Johnson, Gary Jacobson. Larry Hinder, Bob Johnson, Gary Henry 65 X14 45 'W' Rowl Cookn Kxrkpatrxck Patty Kmght Phyllxs Knoderer Delame Kmer Sally Lakin Karen Klug juhe Kraft Sally Koch Row 2 Ron Kock jxm Kmgcade Phll Kuehl Ron Kxtchton Vess jones Bruce Larrnmer B111 Keatnng Row 3 Dxck Kmney Mlke Kelley A J jones Nnck Krner Terry Johnston Frank jones Mark Kuhner sr" ue .4 If XJ C? Q T3 X i Row 1 Maureen Lukemnre Karen Lexnmger Molly Maldlow An1taMacaluso Carol Lneberman Lynne Lowery Susxe Loymg jane Masters M M R 2 S n Lon Carl Lauer Mnke Maudt jnm Massxe jack Ley Bob Loyxery Txm Massaro jeff Marsh Mane Lawless arcna annnng ow usa g Row 3 Daud Lmtzemch john Lehman Daye Leonard Keith Lucas Gary Leeka john Lane Bob Marun Lynn Mann Bxll Maclean 66 ,H V ff M M N I 1 E '71, , . 7 ' 'Z I' if y x - L ', V 2? ll' A V 'X K - I x f f -4 4 .. A li Q . ' Q -vu 'Y ky ,, 3 xg , E , 1 ,J K, N A' 'V "' glfl , Q Q 5 : A - , ,My 2 , -1 if y ' ei Q Q 4 K I ,ak , 1 X if I Q A L X, C' ' If 1 X ' 4 ' L, i I ' Z. . A '. ' ' 1 X L ' .Q ' F xl 1' V L - L L X Z j, " - 1 be i 1' . 1 ,' Q. - , - I ' ' :. .l - .. l . 3 ' ' ' .. ' . V ' .' 1 ' . U ' ' : ' v 1 s v 1 Q a - . 3 ' I , U ', . . , 1 a 9 . U TN vf -vw ff- P N 4 T- ,Uv K A ' , 9' " Q , , yg K , y of as i ry , I Q W 2 I-Y 'i I Vi 4- ' 7 2 A 3 ,f f , i M. I l , I .. 4 Y A 'G Q +V ' , ' ,I KM 5' ' rl ' g. -A I 4 Q ' if 'jg 3 Qi, hi If . Y ' 1 -- " o I A 1 9 , x 1 " il C M- Y? U 1 7 ' X 1 v i - .Ai G :I ' 1' H 1 : . , U . . , I . . , . V . . y V V: . U. , l I . 3 . t v - , , y U H ' .R v lv ' ' - I - Z Y 5 9 ' I 4 V v V 3 V 9 ' -,.. - . . ' C7 N' 'R rf 4. JH Row 1: Carolyn Nichols, Sandy Newmarker, Judy Muth, Martha Menendian, Debbie Munger, Marilyn Nicklaus, jane Mills, Bev Mayhan. Row 2: Ann Morral, Susie Mueller, Fred McGavran, Jack Newlon, Bob McKnight, jim Moore, Don Miller, Sheila Mcllrath, Carolyn Mc- Carty. Row 3: Bob Miller, Dennis McKee, Russ Morgan, jim McMaster, Dave McCormick, jay McClain, David Minor, Bob McCleery. 45 u- -3, r Q57 T tif- 'P' T7 Row 1: Mary Ann Padberg, joy Price, Debbie Page, Becky Rannells, Letha Reese. Nancy Phillips. Row Z: Ralph Orlando, Larry Palmer, Warren Osgood, Louis Pettit, Gary Petrie, Mike Patton, Chet Rapp. Row 3: Bob Reed, Mike Phillips, Mike O'Horo. jay Pollack, Jud Perkins, jim Potter, Brian O'Riordan. 67 3 1 I r Q i I y lil- M ,4 Row 1: Judy Shaw, Karen Rosenberry, Sue Schnittke, Carol Sain, Sally Russel, Harriet Robertson, Norma Jean Ruhl, Janet Savage. Row 2: Elonora Ruhl, Bob Selfe, Bill Ritchie, jerry Schroer, Ray Roop, Fifi Reider, Joanne Scattaloni. Row 5: Don Roberts, Marc Rinehart, Curt Roettig, Bill Schmidt, Ray Rogers, Bill Scott, Dave Rothgery. E .-:WI ma Row lz. Peggy Streeter. Carol Stephens, jean Stanton, Gayle Shelton, Marcia Smith, Connie Smith, Barbara Stevens, Linda Smith. Row 2: Carol Sigafoos, Sharon Sullivan, David Steffy, Bill Smith, john Stegmiller, Carol Swanson, Judy Steward. ROW 5: Bruce SprlngSfe9f1, B05 Stone, Bill Snyder, jerry Smith, Joe Shulmistras, Brent Spence, Paul Stricl-ter, Steve Syfert. 68 naar- -' 5 Q C7 7 I . -4 A. X , B- M Row l: Cecelia Vaugham, joy Watkins, Sally Vincent, Karen Thorne, Carol von Haam, Mary jane Vance, Karen Wahl. Row 2: Pat Taylor, Bill Tittel, Roger Vagnier, Kenny Wears, jerry Truster, Gary Walters, Errol Tom, Nick Waits, Carol Taylor. Row 5: Bob Walker, Don- ald Tompkins, Fred Waltz, David Tuller, Tim Terry, Richard Tone, Bill Unckrich. 1 'K 17 V 6' Y' Row 1: Gail Williams, Helen Wheeler. janet W'est, Karen Weber, Judi Young, Marilyn Willis, Martha Wright. Row 2: jerry Wehr, Mike Wolpert, Donn Younger, jill Zeisler, jack Williams, Bill Yardly, Dave Worton. Row 5: Charles Wegman, jim W'atters, George Wolfe, Jerry Wilson, Tim Welder, jeff Wood, jim Wery. 59 ,.4l'11'l I1 .J -'lv gi nzdyv. - T- M-do-'rt-"' , ,-- . , X-- MT" 4, Y 55 . - - 5. M, '-.V r 4 5 . .- Q , - t v u A - , ..f.f..' ' x X Q.: Qian X mf' . NNN 'fxx x 's -5 "'x- 1 1J X5-, 5 xv Of X N... --W.. p. 3 K X A -V D M1 L-: A: Thousands Cheer Hello Out There! Susie Dawson, Cori Hittson, Sandy Mclntire Suzie Oyer. "Congratulations, Class of '60.' . ' - 5 v V' ix! XJ 6 J M f 1 Z 1 hi 2? ,, fe ' ig, 'a .. A i L . . v X . . f K x 14, ' 'NM iff? ' 'X x i f liurfif UM fi ,123 iiff if 1 I v, N . , J I s 3 , ff' 5 Q : -1,33 V 7 Yqv, XP ,JS-s, in ,ff A M, , , ,,, "Now don't let anyone tell you that you don't have school spirit." 15 " Q X X f X 3 X X. , , M lm, Anything Goes at the Arlingtonian assembly. Jim Argo "Lexicographer . , hmm ,qwrvij VE., -..,-L Suzxe Oyer, hllen hmney, Kobert Cawms, Lynne Evans But you used atomlc welghts mstead of atomic numbers zf""'GT4' 9 19 jerry Truster, john Storm It gives me great pleasure to present to you thxs pncture of the fnrst one hundred per cent subscr1ber home room GQAHIYIEW 'With a team lnke thus how can we m1ss"' "The lady doth protest too much, me thinksf' 1 I I 1 Q s .91 Lynn Hammond. Sue McCoy. Ars Grutiu Artis 76 T. 5-04 .47 ,tc 4 -wo J - Ya? ' l "What are those?" "Say, watch that foot, buddy!" Marilyn Pratt, Kathy Henney "Let's see . . . if we add nitric acid to glycerin and heat gently . . ." S 1 5 ITM f-'s. I Judge Sain, Sally Grimes. "What, playing tennis with snowballs?" Miss Vera K. Randall "lf you take this, I'l1 cut your throat!" .494 ,Ar Bxdyln' for A DW --R ? 064 0999 ka G0 0 Q ec m0e0' 'ANI- :ff-"' Chxp Ca wekx McCuXXough se atoXe lsenagh-: fx memory oi Anhui S the dass o 5 S8 med by f The aan, 'rm sf ,.,f -1 Q P 1 I Ury soXd bi Kate-come S. A fu.. Tom Baldacci, Pete Corey, Paul Garsfh, .lim B ke, Bill Dudrow. ' 'Till Paul" cleans up at Hi-Y-Faculty Game- Befnouu I ' arab Wh William D udrow, Bill Mielke, Margie Trimble, Bev Manos. " ne adult and Flory, Susie three children please ig l . Bow A 0l'C"Pet man' U 0 ,' -. D I . 62:7 1fr1bgeiqZll'77a17, 'ljguig-V,DlCke, rch. S Wrong lzere,2ngft'9'71" Andeiohnsofk 'lruzgedeflu B S it physlbs 0317. Ola um Fllltz, baslretba 11.5 ., XJ v "The Play's the thing." Whalen Woodward, Susie Trimble, Jim McGavran, Jim Bieber, jim Gross. BO "Here, stupid. you forgot your tag." The Alchemists. Bruce Erickson, Mark Gruebmeyer n -N Ge: that ball. Ge: that ball!" "What's the physics of it, boys?" Bill Azbell, Bill Brown. . G U 15? fDo you take I. O. U.'s?" Pat Fitzgerald, Barb Folkerth. Sally Grimes. 'V W fx: 64 "We'll never tell what the theme of the Jr.-Sr. is Suzy Spies, jim Turner B1 E: 'lThree's a crowd." . u Jake Baas, jan Graber, Tippy Boring, Rich- ard Larkin. 1 Q., 'XT V , 'ii "We are seniors, mighty, mighty seniors . . Judy Dykstra, Rick Weisheimer, Grant Sain, Mary Beth Fontana. ::.:-5' '-,,:,'g:'- -.v '::f.', a 5, .. ' - 3 SI. Judy Ryan playing the role of Miss Randall for Senior Administration Day. B2 R, 4 'ar :Y my-M W 1-nuns'-uun.4....,,,,,Wt,.f as 15 si, .3 5. E Wi? K A -t ui 3? ,' 1 f'wt..r, f' C41 mgvgs: l '113H2r:..5 "" ' k Ji . sw, Wrath., " ,ski "Come on out and play with me, coach." Dave Shelby, Jim Burke. .if ' 'il 5, R R X RX M' N ff ',t gy K V ' 45 4. ff... 5 X .' l V QM' Y x JCJDN - ' :J V wr for 'X O vi Strange Interlude at the Fourth of july Parade bbw. Suzxe Oyer, Barb Folkerth To the woods 55' 'B -awiwmw. gt I Q-Q -F uw- 'Sf wav QQMR v .wx M f555gW5 M + .1 -W! 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THE IMPGRTANCE 0F f,A G-HM na MAD new P3 onor Students Q9 I Sandra Morral Art Bolz Mary Beth Fontana W, Three students persevered earnestly and tenacxously 1n the class of 1959 and recelved a four pomt average Arthur Bolz Mary Beth Fontana and Sandra Morral performed thls feat Ranklng next ln the class was Barbara Folkerth wlth a pomt average of 3 94 Complet1ng the role of the top ten students m the class were Ellen Kmney Lynne Evans Barry Cosens Carlotta Flnk Robert Fultz and Susle Tumble Barb Folkerth WWW M . b Q5 W . l. W I . N ' y St 4 A r I' jg, 0 ll ll - s - - Receiving honorable mention in the State Row 1: Dave Hosterman, jim Bieber, Mary Beth Fontana, Anne Halligan, Ellen Kinney, Kit Feuchter, Barry Cosens. Row Z: Bob Fultz, Bill johnson, jim McGavran, Art Bolz, Bill Azbell, Rick Eckler, joe Arnold. Senior Scholarship Team - - - 1, , 1. - 4 --- . A np- -7--rv-I 2 O I I ' vi Row 1: Susie Trimble, Linda Dale, Judy Dykstra, Bonnie Bell, Susan Thomas, Emmie Erb, Ellen Clifford, Mary Beth Fontana, Carol Kuenning, Ellen Kinney, Lynne Evans, Marilyn Glandon. Linda Harold, Sandie White, Judy Newlon, Stephie Kropp, Sandy Reetz, Judy Kilbourne. Row 2: Suzie Oyer, Betty Lindahl, Lynn Hammond, Kathy Cronin, Sandy Morral, Sally Grimes, Pat West, Carlotta Fink, jane Paetow, Emily Carson, Anne Halligan, Joyce Heitger, julie Martin, joy Huffman, Bonnie Huck, janet Compton. Row 5: Cori Hitt- son, Annette Zelkoff, Donna DeCessna, Sandy Mclntire, Conni Mirick, Euretta Dixon, Patty Snyder, judy Ryan, Barbara Christie, Mary Byrnes, Susy Armstrong, Margie Flory, Carol Youmans, Pat Fitzgerald, Judy Gooding, Diane Mathews, Mary Beckman. Row 4: Bob jencks, Bud Magee, Mikd Hanback, Bob Irwin, judge Sain, jerry Ross, Don Williams, Bill Cuppy, Bill Doerr, Bill Lovebury, joe Arnold, Dave Wear, Dave Suter, Ted Saurborn, Woody Woodward. Row 5: Mike Rothgery, Dick Walker, Art Bolz, Bob Fultz, David Dicke, Dave Hosterman, Rickey Eckler, George Collins, Bill Mielke, Bill johnson, Barry Cosens, Terry Barnett, Kit Feuchter. Row 6: jim Gross, Bill Weldon, Ron Anderson, Lew Freeman, Jim Walters, Bill Azbell, Bill Browne, Pete Cullman, Chuck Hall, jim McGavran, Myron Recob, john Storm, jim Bieber, Rich Bernard, Ralph Lewis. . A ' , Further feathering their academic so -- nest, the students in the upper forty per cent of the graduating class captured honors in the county, district, and state as a result of their earnest endeavors in the Senior Scholarship e Test. The test provides the student with an ing. to place in the state, but fourteen idea of his achievement in the areas of Eng- lish, history, mathematics, science, and read- Placing twenty-second, Sandy Morral was the only Upper Arlington student Per- sons received honorable mention. Barry Cosens, who received the highest score in the school, placed fourth in the boys' divi- sion in the district and second in the county, Jim McGavran, fifth in the district and third in the county, Sandy Morral, second in the girls' division in the district and fourth in the county, Art Bolz, seventeenth in the dis- trict and fifth in the county, Bill johnson, twenty-first in the district and sixth in the county, and Rick Eckler, twenty-fifth in the district and eighth in the county. Kit Feuch- ter placed tenth in the county, Anne Halli- gan placed tenth in the girls' division in the district, Ellen Kinney, twelfth, and Mary Beth Fontana, twenty-fourth. Thirty-two students received honorable mention in the district and forty-three students received honorable mention in the county. Quill and Scroll Row 1 Mlss G E Mann Conm Mnrnck Patty Hooge Judy Newlon Carol Kuennmg Judy Rawe Barbara Butcher Lmda Harold Shella Long Ann Loscocco Row 2 Euretta Dvcon Sandy Kabelo Lmda Dale Joyce Hentger Kathy Cronm Sally Sexfert Julxe Martm Marnan Tlpton Row 5 Margie Txlton Carol Shook Steve Boley Rnck Eckler Fred Tarbox John Storm Bob Hoge Dlane Locey The harrled, student newspapermans reward for an outstandxng performance 1n yournahsm 1S elec t1on to u1ll and Scroll, an mternatlonal honorary soclety To rece1ve th1s award, the prospectrve cand1 date must be a jumor or senlor, must have wr1tten a spec1f1ed number of column 1nches ln the Arlmg toman or have done equlvalent work 1n another phase of journahsm, and must be cert1f1ed as an out standlng journallst by the adv1ser, M1ss G Ellen Mann The offlcers for the year were R1Ck6y Eckler, presldent, L1nda Dale, v1ce pres1dent, Carol Kuen nmg, secretary, and John Storm, treasurer Recewmg lugllesi mdwulual scores nn Sensor Scholarslnp Test ,Q- .WI -.N Barry Cosens Pete Cullman Jane Paetow Kxt Feuchter Lynne Evans : U' - - , . ' ' ' , , , l ' , ' , 1 , . , . , 4 1 . a :Q A , I . , , 9 . 9 9 9 ' ' : f Y 9 7 3 Y 9 ' . , I c u I . l I l 0 0 0 0 0 0 I ' gl f A J rf I . A, JJ Ari , V af'-A. - ff-. ' 5 J- s r J " .xr , E 'f' ' ' fu f ri V in H , QQ, I My f.. ,. r M sn - . 7 7 9 l 3 V ' National llonor Society One of the laurels that the starring actors in the scholas- tic play may win is election to the National Honor So- ciety. Five per cent of the jun- ior class and ten per cent of the senior class are chosen for Upper Arlington's U Alpha Chapter on the basis of schol- arship, leadership, character and service. President John Storm, Vice President Mary Beth Fon- tana, and Secretary-Treasurer Anne Halligan were elected to their offices by the junior members of the honorary last year. The two main functions of the National Honor Society are operating the book store and performing the induction ceremony of the new mem- bers in April. Receiving honors in the National Merit Scholarship test Bill Azbell, Barb Folkerth, Ellen Kinney Row 1: Bonnie.Bell, Suzie Oyer, Ellen Kinney, Mary Beth Fontana, Anne Halligan, Lynne Evans, Susie Trimble. Row 2: Ellis D. Lutz, John Storm, Carol Kuenning, Jim McGavran, L . r- Z9 Z MIDNITE SCHOLARS - A 91 Qs A 1' 5 ' ff Q f H ' ' 1 ' ff W , X km .,....,.... 1. 5' , . , .4 ' , I , ' E' ' ' """'i 2 , 79 1 - , , . .WVQ If 4 1 K., N fw pt 3 L V ' W-iff R if 5 5" Y' My . I an 45. .A "Q ?g wx ' ,-3-iff. ,I Q 1 ag 5. ,, ,A A L. ' q m if E? ' 1 IAVI' .. ' is . z 9. 'hm gt y Qs an Q 5 I 0 Gm J WMA ,ff 'aw Bob Fultz advertlsmg manager Charles Wxll busmess advnser Tom Vexgel, cu-culatxon manager Jnm Gross busmess manager 'Q Barb Folkerth edntor Susne Trxmble assocxate editor Mlss Vera K Randall aduser may 1 Mary Beth Fontana gxrls sports edxtor jxm Gross boys sports edntor L i ww A I I I ,Q I. 1 a L I I, I .5 S , . Nik V I! VV u- : B 'XY M'-" of t ' X3 , 4 V4 v f I X D ' amid! K I X 3 ' I . A M ' A H ,Ulf W Z . a V ' V ' Lynne Evans and Sandy Morral, literary editors. Betty Ann CB. JJ Lindahl, make-up editorg Sue McCoy, typist Linda 1VanillaJ Dale, art editor. aff. v 'Q A ,,,vVnY 1 1 -x , 'le s e 7 ' L, ,i .W -Ji Suzie Oyer, photography editorg Michael Faraday Rothgery, casuals editor fvery casualj. The druggists don't know of the oppor- tunity they're missing. There is a big market for tranquillizers after every Arlingtonian paste-up. As one enters the Arlingtonian office, he would never believe that any- thing could be accomplished amid the rub- ble. His attention is immediately focused on a screaming pair in the center of the room. Steve Boley is being menaced by Marian Tipton, who has in her right hand, directly over his head, a 15" ruler. Fred Tarbox breezes in--lamenting the fact that he "always gets stuck with these lousy last- minute rewrites." Sandy Kabealo, complete with glue bottle, runs around to make sure everything is going all right--or as nearly right as possible. Bob Hoge is slumped over the typewriter making like Katherine Gibbs --with one finger. Bobby Butcher storms in the door and wants to know what "you blankety-blank idiots did with the cartoon that was here at noon." Miss Roberta Fry, adviser, bemoans another wasted afternoon. As the room is surveyed a quiet boy in the corner is noticed. He doesn't seem the least bit agitated, he just sits there writing head- lines, placidly unaware of the utter chaos that surrounds him. "Who in the world is that quiet one?" everyone wonders. "I hold down a rather insignificant post," he re- plies, "I'm john Storm, the editor." A typical paste-up day presented in this engaging description written by Marion Tipton is only one scene from a many-sided drama. Tired of the worn-out features pre- sented in the same old way, the inventive staff came up with the Baby Contest fea- turing candid snapshots of teachers and stu- dents to tease the identification powers of their readers' minds, and the series of arti- cles on colleges and careers. The prize issue of all was the special April Fool's day one. Looking quite innocent on the outside, the Arlingtonian staff gave the students a unique April first joke with a reversible newspaper, the usual news on one side and a parody on the other. Their year began with Looking with Long featuring Chet Long, who recounted his adventures in Alaska and a hula hoop exhibition by journalists turned Eskimos. To help tantalize students into buying a subscription, Upper Arlington stationery was made the prize for 100 per cent sub- scriber homerooms. During the newspaper strike in Columbus, the paper published a news bulletin. And as always there was the money problem to be faced gloomily by Miss Roberta Fry and business manager Ellis D. Lutz. Under the revitalizing leadership of the new adviser, Miss Fry, the students found themselves with more responsibility and the opportunity to make the blue-prints for fu- ture plans. One of these plans is to form a News Bureau in cooperation with the down- town papers. Another is to provide for bet- ter public relations. Q... ,qv r I he Ar11 I",- 'i Row 1: Carol Kuenning, julie Martin. Cronin, Sandy Sullivan, Miss Roberta Linda Harold, Ellis Lutz, Judy Newlon gtoni .1 1 2: Joyce Heitger, Kathy Connie Mirick. P ,4..-.--1' g 'av-is .13 . X John Storm, editor-in-chief 1 .. x fmj 1 Z 4-ou., Q, i MS: Q K 'iss , if'5fQf, 215125222213532522122.sfiiiizayu. Rick Eckler, associate editor Mary Beth Parkinson photography editor , , W Ulf' .J me Seated: Barb Riddle, Dave Daly. Standing: Patty Ebright. 4-M Euretta Dixon business manager 43' Jed Frost, circulation manager Festo Hugh Stumbo, Carolyn Francis, Carlotta Fink, Linda Dale, Betty Lindahl, Karen Krause. The setting of this play is the nurse's office. The play begins when someone staggers across the doorway in search of a bandaid. In the role of the heroine is the school nurse, Mrs. Mildred Koch, or one of her understudies from the Future Nurses of America Club. President Brooke Cowles, Vice- President Euretta Dixon, Record- ing Secretary Susy Hopkins, Cor- responding Secretary Gina Rob- ertson, and Treasurer Linda Har- old acted as production staff, for it was their job to arrange the programs and to persuade persons from the medical professions to step into the spotlight at their meetings. I J If f t t X pg ,177 Adding colors of all description to the script, Festo created the Christmas scene around the school, presented the annual and gener- ally astonishing exhibition of art in the spring, and learned of the varying applications of art forms from several interesting speakers. Managing the president's gavel as handily as her paint brush, Ber- ry Ann Lindahl was ably assisted by Carlotta Fink, vice-president, Linda Dale, secretary, Carolyn Sue Francis, treasurer, and the club adviser, Hugh Stumbo. Future Nurses of America 4 . I ks -Q' t ,nun U' lv? I ' l-'ss "' " .Y .. W., ,....f fkli ' fi, 2 . , f 1 V. 98 1 Susie Hopkins, Linda Harold, Euretta Dixon, Mrs. Koch, Brooke Cowles, Gina Robertson. 'g Junior Red Cross L-4 7.....i 1--T-w.g4 Stephanie Kropp, Jane Paetow, Jenny Raidt, Miss Annette Jackson On another stage, one found the colorful scene of the breaking of the pinata, a Mexican Christmas custom, enacted by Club El Dor- ado at their Christmas party. At other times one heard the rhyth- mic Spanish of the speakers in- vited to the meetings. As a means of aiding underprivileged chil- dren in all parts of the world, Spanish Club members sold one hundred boxes of UNICEF cards. President Linda Snashall, Vice- President Connie Salzgaber, Secre- tary joyce Gooding, Treasurer El- len Hixson, and the adviser, Miss Judith Whitney, effectively direct- ed this play of Latin-Americanism. If x s , x Fifa? fei"lf'5b5.,l X diff' 'lv ' - ' -J. A fitting play title for this club would be "The World We Make" and the synopsis would be their motto: "For others-- the right to life, liberty and happiness. For themselves--the privilege of shar- ing with others this great herit- age." Cast as amateur Clara Bartons, the junior Red Cross members brought candy and good cheer to the patients in the nearby hos- pitals. Kicking up their heels, they showed their diverse talents in an- other fine performance at Lock- bourne, as well as injecting a dose of Christmas caroling into the spirit of Christmas. Behind these scenes were Steph- anie Kropp, acting as presidentg jenny Raidt, as vice-president, Emily Carson, as secretary, jane Paetow, as treasurer, and Miss An- nette jackson, as adviser. Spanish Club vim M W ffm :fx l I f . Sf- Y-S. - C-lr ' 'P' ' ,QLVAQ ','.,,1- st, 1 Linda Snashall, Joyce Gooding, Connie Salzgaber, Ellen Hixson, Miss Judith Whitney. Inter Nos 4 5.71 "FN .Z f Row 1: Miss Margrett Schultz, Jim Gross, Peggy Owen, John Teichert, Joe Arnold. Row 2: Mike Andes, Dave Olin, Carlotta Fink. A delightful new play has come to town--well, not new really, but returning to Arlington for the sev- enth successive year by popular re- quest. The piece is Le Cercle Fran- cais, sponsored by Mrs. Joan Plankell and Miss Lorita Ewing. The cast was a large one this past year, with the leads being played by Sandra Morral, Emmie Erb, Karen West, Kathy Henney, Su- san Thomas, and Arlita Burnett. This production presented such traditional favorites as the annual French Club banquet at the Ohio Union, the progressive dinner fea- turing such delicacies as snails and meetings featuring native French speakers and skits, as well as such innovations as singing French car- ols in December from door to door in near zero weather, adopting a French family, and the presenta- tion of Une Soiree de Jeux. The cast was a lively group and played their parts with an enthus- iasm which made this play a de- light for all. The school eagerly awaits their return next fall. En- core! I, arf- x A Though their costumes were different from those of the ancient Romans, the members of Latin Club had the same goals as did their ancestors of two thousand years ago--to better the world by furthering manis knowledge of the Greek and Roman civiliza- Q' I tions. With the guidance of Miss Margrett Schultz, this club of third and fourth-year Latin stu- dents presented Latin with a light touch at the picnic and party given for prospective Latin students, and also with a more serious intent at the monthly meetings where re- ports on Roman life and philoso- phy started each session. The "In- ter Nos" club were all members of the Junior Classical League-- Franklin county, state, and nation- al chapters. Under the direction of jim Gross, "Inter Nos" brought the movie "Quo Vadis" to Arlington, sold Arlington badges at the foot- ball games, and participated in Latin Week, by wearing badges, writing essays to compete in a con- test sponsored by the Columbus Latin Club, and putting posters around the school publicizing Lat- in week. The other officers of Inter Nos were Mike Andes, vice-president, Peg Owen, Secretary, Dave Olin, Treasurer, Carlotta Fink, Mem- ber-at-Largeg and John Teichert, guard. le Cercle Francais .Qi gi 1 gn, W Q ' fad- .L , 3 S-V 1 Emily Erb, Karen West, Kathy Henney, Susan Thomas, Sandy Morral, Mrs. Joan 100 Z Plankell. ,J Dramatics lub -.-,-r..--an gQf xx Euretta Dixon, Diane Locey, Carlotta rink, Uavia Jones, Lynne nvans. "Diane Locey, as president ot Press Club, what is your opinion of the attitude of the students of Upper Arlington towards journal- ism?" "Well, there is really quite a bit of interest and talent for journal- ism in the high school. That's the reason that the Arlingtonian staff organized the new Press Club in October, l958." "As vice-president, Steve Boley, what opportunity do you think that Press Club offers students?,' "Press Club offers students un- limited opportunities because many sophomores and other stu- dents who cannot fit journalism into their schedule now have an opportunity to work on the school newspaper. Press Club also fea- tures many interesting speakers in the field of journalism." "Secretary Carol Shook and Treasurer Fred Tarbox, how is Press Club run?" "Well, under the leadership of Miss Roberta Fry, our adviser, the club is run by the officers and various committee heads. This year's committee chairmen were ,Hx 1, N --,- -. 1 Bobbie Butcher, publicity chair- man, Becky Powell, social chair- man, Dave Daily, committee chairman, Bob Hoge, sergeant-at- arms, and Sandy Kabealo, mem- ber-at-large." "Thank you, for granting us this interview. You may secure an exclusive copy of it in the 1959 Norwesterf' K9 The curtain swings back, and across the stage in passing pageant walk the characters that have worn thin the boards of Arlington's Little Theatre: a lovable old Southern gentleman on trial for murder, a woodsman who be- came a doctor in spite of himself, a girl football player who found that by be- ing a young lady she received more passes, a student cast who put their foot in it, and a townful of images that made Thorton Wilder famous because they were like you, his audience. Backstage of all the Dramatics Club plays are the stage crew and the direc- tor, who work hard that the characters on the opposite side of the footlights may see a polished performance. And behind the backstage crew are the officers of Dramatics Club--Euretta Dixon, president, Lynne Evens, vice- president: Carlotta Fink. secretarvg and Denny Blayne, treasurer, who, with the Club members choose the plays to be presented and take care of publicity, the forming of stage crews and the building of sets. This year a new star was added to the group--David jones, the sponsot, director, and general worry-man. More characters will go across the stage in the coming years, unfolding the story of man's humor and sorrow. One by one they pass into the wings, but the show goes on. Press Club ff ,f Sitting: Miss Roberta Fry, Diane Locey. Standing: Sandy Kabealo, Bobbie ff, X! Butcher, Fred Tarhox. Carol Shook, Steve Boley. 1 Lf J 102 Kev 1 Carolyn McCarty, Linda Adams, Gwyn Baker, Marcia Farr, Patty james, Cecelia Vaughan, Miss Harriette McConnel, Karen Klug, Betsy Dawson. They say that all-girl plays are hard to find, but JUG Club mem- bers seem to have had no diffi- culty writing a play for them- selves. The action consisted of col- lecting candy for an orphanage, decorating for the Heavenly Holi- day and the Bohemian Soiree, and preparing for their banquet. Producing the play this year were President Pat Fitzgerald, Vice - President S u sie Rudolph, Secretary Suzie Oyer, Treasurer Molly Humphreys, Social Chair- man Patty Webster, Publicity Chairman Jody Rossel, Sergeant- at-arms Sue Huhta, and the ad- viser, Mrs. Pat Kessler. my L... Under the direction of Miss Harriette McConnel, Key, the new sophomore girls' club, and junior sisters to ACE, came forward on the Arlington stage in September, 1958. Those elected to be its first officers were Patty James, presi- dentg Linda Adams, vice-presi- dent, Marcha Farr, secretary, and Karen Klug, treasurer. Following the school tradition of a combina- tion service-and-social club, Key members made Christmas stock- ings for the children at Children's Hospital, and terminated their 1959 season with a banquet. In the beginning of the year, club members sold Key sweat- shirts, and now the club has its own pin-insignia, appropriately enough a key, a symbol of many years of service to come. A A. C. E. Z T' vp. Q1 Row 1: Nancy Gernhardt, Cherrie Stewart, Mary jane jones, Ann Loscocco. Row 2: janey Nitschke, Mrs. Barbara McMahon, Carol Gump, Jenny Haymore. The blinds swayed gently in the spring breeze. Perched on the desk in room 105 was Susie Trimble, president of Future Teachers of America. On the window-sill, the blind cord around one hand and taking notes with the other, was Judy Gooding. Barb Folkerth, vice-president, and Betty Ann Lin- dahl, treasurer, were in the front row of a room crowded with at- tentive girls. During the year this busy club has given service parties at the Art Gallery at Thanksgiving, Christ- mas, and Easter for underprivi- leged children, made two field trips, one to the Ohio School for the Blind and the other to the De- partment of Education at Ohio State University, and gave two teas, one for our senior high school teachers during National Education Week and one in the spring for the 110 cadet teachers and their supervising teachers. One of the most interesting reg- ular meetings was the talk given by a native German teacher on education in Germany. The whole school is proud of FTA's newest project, honoring the "Teacher of the Monthf' Cen- trally located in a showcase for all to see has been the honored teach- er's picture and a story of his teaching career. This busy club has been a star attraction in the 1959 season--the curtain calls should be many. The members of Ace, Arling- ton's club for junior girls, wound up its second successful season with a picnic celebrating the end of school. Other specialties fea- tured in its repertoire were "Heav- enly Holiday," the Christmas for- mal co-sponsored by Ace and Jug, "Confusion," an after- football dance, a Father-Daughter banquet and a Mother-Daughter tea. At their meetings the members were entertained with discussions on bridge-playing, etiquette, and hairstyling. Their service projects included a paper drive and the donating of fifty dollars to the Franklin Coun- ty Orphanage. Under the guidance of Mrs. Bar- bara McMahon, their new spon- sor, president, Mary Jane jones, vice-president, Cherie Stewart, Ann Loscocco, treasurer, Nancy Gernhart, secretary, Janet Nit- schke, publicity chairman, Carol Gump, ways and means, Jenny Haymore, social chairman, and Susie Dawson, sergeant-at-arms the club drew the curtain on an- other successful year. F.T.A. Mrs. Helen Tanner, Judy Gooding, Betty Ann Lindahl, Susie Trimble, Barb Folkerth library Club 5 zi- Patty Ebright, Mike Kelley, Miss Bernice Rea, Warren Osgood, rt ' CQ...CQ...CQ...th1s is station K-8HHF" are words from the familiar scene with Leon Bowman, the Radio Club adviser, or one of the other five licensed club members, leaning over the complicated radio equipment. Backstage, other radio enthus- iasts under the direction of the li- censed memoers groomed tnem- selves for the test. To aid them, President Terry Barnett, Vice- President Robert Streeter and Sec- retary-Treasurer Ron Magley pro- vided instruction, class field trips, and speakers. K. 104 A f'5'Wff flog- Cf-jf' if The wide selection of books and magazines, the comfortable chairs, the annual Christmas tree, the attractive bulletin boards--all these combines to make the library one of the pleasant- est scenes in the school. Library Club, sponsored by Miss Bernice Rea, and headed by Mike Kelley, president, Patty Ebright, vice-president, and Warren Osgood, secretary-treasurer, IS responsible for most of the behind-the-scenes work in the library. The members prepare books for shelving, sort and put on dis- play college pamphlets, arrange the bulletin-board and the showcase, and work at the desk checking out books and checking in fines. The Library Club members have taken field trips to the Columbus Pub- lic Library and the Ohio State Univer- sity Library to learn more about the operation and techniques of running a library. The club is primarily a library serv- ice, and not a social club, although the members sponsored a dance and a chapel. Radio Club ? I Leon Bowman, Bob Streeter, Terry Barnett, Ronald Maglev leader ' Club Euretta Dixon, Candy Eaker, Judy Dykstra, Miss Margrett Schultz, Mike Andes, Bonnie Bell, Karen Krause. Gliding their graceful way across the stage, the Charm Club members presented a style show for the well-dressed girl at Upper Arlington. Later they presented the Gold Diggers dance, with its many traditions. Under the direction of Mary Beth Parkinson, president, Judy McClannan, vice-president, Susie Hopkins, secretary, Brooke Cow- les, treasurer, Charlotte Boyd, member-at-large, and Mrs. Betty Woolpert, adviser, the club car ried out their service project for the year--helping the children at the State School ,fmsxx Co-operation, dependability, per- sonal integrity, service and sincerity are just a few of the qualities for which the members of Leaders' Club are chosen. The backbone of the club is its many committees--each having a spe- cial purpose of serving the school, the community or promoting world fellowship. With the guidance of Miss Mar- grett Schultz, faculty adviser, and the aid of Judy Dykstra, president, Euretta Dixon, lst vice-president, Mike Andes, 2nd vice-president, Candy Eaker, 5rd vice-president, Karen Krause, secretary, and Bonnie Bell, treasurer, many worthwhile projects were executed. The first project of the year was a Canned Foods' Drive on Thanks- giving eve for less fortunate people who ordinarily would have no Thanksgiving feast, conducted by the Local Service Committee which also aids certain local needy families with both food and clothing. The Newcomers' Committee helped stu- dents new to the Arlington system in becoming acquainted with the school. Underprivileged children were given a Christmas and East- er party at Godman Guild by the Children's Parties Committee, which also sponsored a Valentine party for an Old Folks' home. The School Service Committee sponsored an assembly with panel- ists from Ohio State University speaking about college. This com- mittee also arranged the Leadership Training Conference for newly elect- ed officers of school clubs. Charm Club ,af 'Y fx Mary Beth Parkinson Judy McClannan, Susie Hopkins, Brooke Cowles, Barbara s - f ' 1 U 9 .. I. .., A Rx X: X: , N . -V xg. X. 2 ,f ,flxx N , 1' r I V . XXX " Gehring Mrs. Betty illfoolpert. Pub Club Beth Parkinson, Lynn Hammond, Susie Rudolph, Hugh Stumbo, Candy Eaker, Bonnie Bell. During the past year, Hi-Y en- gaged in many activities for young men. This Year's club was headed by Ron Anderson, president, Bill Love- bury, vice-president, Dick Cotting- ham, secretary, M i k e Rothgery, treasurer, and William Dudrow, sponsor. The Hi-Y organization is a branch of the Young Men's Christian Association and stands for "Clean living, clean speech, clean sports- manship, and clean scholarships." The Senior and junior Hi-Y bas- ketball teams both enjoyed very suc- cessful seasons in the city-wide bas- ketball league. On March 4, as a cli- max to this season, the Senior Hi-Y played the faculty in their annual game--the score 46-22 in favor of the faculty. Once again this year, Hi-Y and Y-Teens sponsored a very impressive Easter assembly. The Hi-Y Club also participated in Hi-Y City Day, which is a day when the youths of Columbus take over the local government. This year Upper Arlington sent three represen- tatives to the city government. sity W7 Advertising is their business--adver- tising the school's sports teams and pro- moting school spirit for the games. Pub Club, under the guidance of Hugh Stumbo and led by Lynn Ham- mond, presidentg Candy Eaker, vice- president, Susie Rudolph, treasurer, and Bonnie Bell, member-at-large, was responsible for making about 800 bad- ges each week during football and bas- ketball seasons, and posters during the spring sports' season. Although the club is not a social one, it sponsored the Dinosaur Hop, with decorations done by paleontoligist Rickey Eckler, and a picnic in May to announce its new members. Ili-Y .YI fb al- ' I . fl F- M9009 ll l KCL3 i Ii. All Sig x ,. urn -4 i u r- Prospective rocketeer, chemist, physicist, biologist, ditch digger any Q- ' one with an interest in the mysteries i I S Row 1: Anne kialligan, Robert Cavins. Row 2: Karen Krause, Fred Tarbox, Art Bolz, Rita Hill, Lynne Jacoby. To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with those of all races, re- ligions and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God are the goals which each girl strives to obtain when she joins the world-wide organization of women and girls of Y-Teens. Under the supervision of faculty adviser, Mrs. Marilyn Howells, and with the aid of officers Judy Dyk- stra, president, Susy Armstrong, vice-president, Pat Brown, secretary, Candy Eaker, treasurer, and Carol Gump, member-at-large, the year began with the traditional big-sister- little-sister party at Holiday Hill. The theme was a "Daisy-Mae Play Party" and everyone dressed as hill- billies. Y-Teens was also proud to receive the trophy for the largest at- tendance at the "Fall Fantasy" dance at Valley Dale. Other activities in- cluded a joint meeting with Worth- ington, a play from the Mental Diag- nostic Center, Hi-Y and Y-Teens Thanksgiving and Easter assemblies, participation in a Morehouse-Fash- ion style show and charm school, a dance, working with the Blind School, and many worthwhile and interesting meetings. Through activities such as these the members of Y-Teens hope to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of our faith as Christians. surrounding him finds something in teresting in the Science Club script Programs feature specialists in various scientific fields, films, and field trips ' In the roles of the protagonists are Art Boltz, as president, Karen Krause, as first vice-president, Fred Tarbox, as second vice-president, Barb Thieringer as third vice-president, Lynne Jacoby as recording secretary, Rita Hill, as cor responding secretary, and Anne Halli gan as treasurer, and the advisers Robert Cavins, Thomas Baldacci, james Lambourne, William Dudrow and Leon Bowman. Y-Teens "Vicious Vodka" Jody Rossel, Mary Beth Parkinson, Molly Humphreys, Sue Hay- ward. 169' ' U Senior girls' chorus line at practice Bonnie Huck, Linda Marconnet, Sylvia Rix, Kay Rannels. lxx 108 Senior girls' chorus line at practice "Another opening, another show" and the show was "Show- time '59," which opened on April 2 and ran through April 4. Direct- ed by Herbert Yenser with the as- sistance of band director Robert Ginther, and dramatics coach Da- vid jones, the production included the fabulous and the fantastic, meriting well the title, Spectacu- lar of 1959. 3 S3 Denny Fales, jim Todhunter, jim McGavran, Ron Anderson. A I , , 7 4? 1.4, f j- . a, 1 f E gp.: , The dance from "Peter Gunn," 109 Drama What happened to the play books? Where are the proofs for the school annual? These mys- teries as well as many others provided the frame- work of Dramatics Club's hilarious comedy, Curtain Going Up, the first play directed by Da- vid jones at Upper Arlington High School. The cast had the fun of working with a cos- tume play. The boys pasted on mustaches, and the girls decked themselves in relics from cos- tume boxes to create the illusion of the play's setting in the deep South after the Civil War. Bennett Cohen, a student teacher from O.S.U., helped the cast with the make-up during the per- formances and demonstrated the art with the help of cast members at one rehearsal. . , V - . ' f ' ' le Row 1 B 11 C gg N q Gernhardt Bill Cuppy Kathy Fouse, Stefe Boley, Judy McLeod, juni Clouse. Bow. 2. Carol Isenag Susie Hopkins aB:iib Nalgrley Diane Locey Steve Solsberry Bob Mosier, Martha Loyer, Nick Krner, Bev Lronin, Lynne Ewans Siudeni Connell if-T ,511 X Row 1 Jerry Ross Patty Snyder janet Compton Cherrle Stewart Bonnxe Thomas Gretchen Sllbernagle Steve Markwood Row 2 Jerry Evans B111 Lowebury Jlm Howe jxm McGawran Pat Patton jnm Turner An emphatlc rap of a gavel, a call to order and another Student Counc1l meet 1ng begms led by Presldent Joe Arnold or V1ce Pres1dent B111 Lovebury Secre tary Allce Carson reads the m1nutes The d1scuss1on begms wnth proposals and re ports on progress and results ThlS group composed of homeroom representatlves and pres1dents of school clubs carrled on past act1v1t1es such as the publlcauon of student dlrectorles and the operatlon of the student supply shop It also 1n1t1ated new ones such as the Blg Brother Bng S1ster program and the sys tem of reserved parkmg spaces for stu dents Accept1ng the challenge to promote good school gow ernment and encourage student 1n1t1at1ve, the Councll wxth the asslstance of the new adv1ser, Paul Gatsch, reorgamzed g1v1ng speclflc du txes to the offlcers and sol1c1t1ng the 1deas and rnterest of the student body by var1 ous means Row 1 Kay Baker Mary Crasens Debbxe Page Alrce Carson Carolyn McCarty, Carol Donato, Kathy Henney. Row 7 Marxlyn Pratt Mnke Cooper Don Mxller jackNew1on, Bob Selfe, jack Kraus, Karen Thorne, Char- at le Q 00 vi . Rowl Varga Long Mamas Mills Oyer Isenagle Fishel Pratt Denning Macaluso Mayhan Sasage Sellery Brown Mr Yenser Manos Donato Hostettler Crawens Page Mclntire Klug Salzgaber Sigafoos Eddy Flory Anderson Greene Yelton Row 2 Sullivan Simpson Martin Callahan McCoy Berend Fitzgerald Shea DeCessna Miller Huhta Bennett Shank Hittson Von Haam Schmitter Patterson Irwin Raidt Baker Stortz Downs Fultz Dobbins Gooding Xoung Koch Kenney Cronin Huffman Moore Spies Row 3 Webster Bowers Kraft Gaupp Gerber Armstrong Hayward Rix Wright Kuen ning Lynn, Ball Jones Youmans West Humphreys Le Cureux Hartle Marconnet Mueller McClannan Clark Gooding Aschman Knoderer Sweet Silbernagel Baker Huck Stewart V Legg Dixon Cummins Beautiful new robes brightened the appearance of the Senior Concert Choir at the many choir appearances this past year Al though Director Herbert S Yenser has been pleased with the efforts of his choirs in the past eight years, he felt that this year s efforts topped them all From the Ohio State School Board Day program at Veterans Memorial to the swimming party at the Scioto Country Club, all events of the choir year proved rewarding Hornibrook and Webb duo pianists from Fred Waring s ranks, appeared on our stage in September, and in April the ever popular Four Freshmen, also sponsored by the choir, enraptured our teen agers Christmas brought the annual P T A program, the choir as semblv and dinner at the Trinity Methodist Church The candlelight U i 'rf Q g jim McGavran, boys' treasurerg Molly Humphreys, secretary Stew Colby, boys' social chairmang Lew Freeman, presidentg Susie Rudolph, girls' social chairmang Sue Huhta, xice president, Susy Armstrong, girls' treasurer. 4" f r 1 fb cl 'ff' 9 ez A We '11 4 ' A ' if S' C .Q I sn s 9. Huddy, Spence, Argo. 4: Eigensee, Kinney, Gross, Adams, Rapp, Johnston, Anderson, O'Riordan, Caldwell, Patton, Wolfe, Freeman, Fergus, Borel, Roettig, Shoop, Mann, jones, Lund, Clouse, 5: Durrant, Korodi, Cutting, Hall, Mielke, Griner, Reber, Todhunter, Fultz, Leese, Fales, McBee, Colby, Mosier, Mason, Meeks, McGavran, Seese, Meeks, Garrett, Lloyd, meltzer, Epler, Thomas, johnson, Cosens, Mitchell, Viegel. service at the Scioto Country Club featured the choir's Christmas repertoire. Achieving a superior rating from the three judges at district and state contests and the sponsoring of "Show Time '59", choir members regard as highlights of the year. The Choir-sponsored "Show Time '59" took on schoolwide proportions with 400 students participating. The Eighth Annual Spring Choral Festival, the biggest choir production of the year, delighted a full. crowd both nights. The show, presented May 22 and 25, featured songs from musicals and new-time hits. With the last chords of "You'll Never Walk Alone" at the june third Commencement, the 1958-1959 Senior Concert Choir parted ranks, and the senior members became spectators rather than participants in all future choir performances. , Y l I Director Herbert S. Yenser. Accompanists Pat Brown and Susie Dobbins Marching Band -4.3. -121.31 ,MJ Sw 41 Myron Recob ldrum majorj Row 1 bnashall Cameron Huck Ford Chapman Row 2 M1r1ck Gxlmore Best Bol les Tuttle Clawson Hallxgan Cronm Fargo Jenkxns Row 3 Fox Lmtzemck Burnard Prasuhn Lmdahl Walker Bossart Shaw Knxght Hertger Lelnmger Row 4 Reese Denms Hague Branscomb Taylor Younger Carson Schmldt Taylor Henry Row 5 Brackney Gump Guthrxe Fnckell Reed Schroer Marsh Taylor Long Row 6 Wyatt Lowther McBr1de Bxeber Azbell Grubmeyer Ball Lott Row 7 Lauer Buesmg Heer Walters Pmgel Er wm johnson Gnre Pletcher Row 8 Bolz McGasran Although If doesn t have 76 trombones, the Up presented a program of Chnstmas muslc at the P T A per Arlrngton Hlgh School band, under the d1rect1on Chrlstmas program, gave a serles of assembly pro of Robert Glnther, st1ll leads the way on concert stage grams 1n the elementary schools and took part 1n sev and football field eral sen1or hlgh assemblles The band cllmaxed 1tS The sixty two plece marchlng band enterta1ned year s work wlth MUSICHUZ 59 nn whlch the mem the fans at all nlne football games, partlclpated ln the bers played select1ons from South Pac: zc, Around the Clrclevllle pumpkln show wxth an hour long concert, World zu S0 Days, and the Grzeg Pzano Concerto A O--Q 'wiv o-x, Q-'Q Q.,-, Q""-,O 4 K 'Ill 9-U? P? L4 Row 1 Nancy Chapman Linda Snashall Myron Recob Row 2 Melmda Ford Bonme Huck Joyce U4 Cameron 5 1, L . , r' ls ' "8 x KV f ' f ,s.-,..,,r 1 1 ,, W' Y - X. L 'WV 'WA - A ..-., , , , A .N ' , V ' .V f s ..,.-... ., W f A it f MN .N J VI 'L' J I - .2 F 1 I 1 1 1. - : 1 9 9 ' 5 7 I 9 D 9 .1 3 ' : . i Y 9 5 1 9 ' 7 5 I 7 ' : 7 . 7 ' 3 7 9 Y 1 1 - ' 3 71 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -I 2 - 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 ' Z 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - 5 1 ' 1 . , . . . ' I t I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . U . , ,, . . . . . . . .f. . . . . . . . - V , ' K 0 ., ,J N1 VS, 1 ll 7 A- Q 1 15 'Q T' ' Q r I -Q ' Q . f . w .4 1 I ' Q , , ' " Q f . 'V ' f 0 -s N 5 J 1 - we I -Q V1 f . ' 'rv H 1 , ' 1 v , . ,A , ,- : A l , . . ' 5 1 1 oncert Band 51. mei arf' il ff Woodwinds Brasses Percussion new feature this year was the use of "blacklight" to highlight features of several half-time game pro- grams. The Bear-A-Tones enjoyed their traditional pop- ularity with the students, playing at ten dances and taking part in "Musicana '59" and "Showtime '59". The school looks forward to many more successful Director Robert Ginther productions by these music men. The officers for the year were president, jim Bieberg vice president, Dave Dickeg secretary, Sarah Best, treasurer, Betty Ann Lindahlg boys' social chair- man, Dick Walkerg girls' social chairman, Emily Car- son, and newspaper editor, Conni Mirick. Jim Bieber, Dave Dicke, Betty Ann Lindahl, Emily Carson, Sarah Best, Conni Mirick fofficersj 115 O X Q A N 3 a + ' fav 7 xl. -1 A 2 4 e .f I ' 9 'ggprflgl gf' rg 5: ' 'F I fn - 7 4 L Aw' 1 2 J! ll HIE Qmg K X 4f,xd X H g n I b It W if I! ,, , , v xy 9 . chedule 0 September 12- Arlington South 14 September 18- Arlington St. Charles 6 cv September 26- Arlington Mt. Vernon 28 Q, October 3- Arlington Delaware 0 ,Q gv 0 October 10- Arlington Bexley 42 Y E0 October 17- Arlington Worthington K October 24- Arlington Urbana 16 October 51- Arlington Grandview 0 November 7- Arlington Whitehall 8 Co-captain Randy Lane, Coach Marvin Moorehead, Co-captain Ralph Lewis. Varsity rr I . -oi Q ,W '-- A ji, "2 'sk ,coli m A .- A ,. l A - fy -' Q ,-, x tg ,, Q ,,, 11 - ,Y- 3 118 A A Row l: jeff Yarnell, Donnie Williams, Bob Prior, Pat Patton, Ralph Lewis, Randy Lane, W'oody Wfoodward, George Collins, Bob jencks, Eric Clapp. Row 2: Doug Houser, Terry McGuire, Dan Sebastian, joe Bybee, Steve Shaffer, jack Spohn, Denny Grimm, Richard Bernard, Kent jones, Bruce Butler, jerry Truster. Row 5: Gary Petrie, Steve Colby, Marty Smith, Barry Thomas, Dick Lund, Ken Weber, Bill Tittle, Dave Olin, Mike Flick, Phil Parker. Row 4: Bud Magee 1mgr.J, Dave Hosterman tmgr.J, Ton Edmondson fmgrj, Bill McBee, Pat Flannagan, Don Vorce, Bruce Howell, Chip Caldwell, Don Porter, Bob Mertie, Marvii Moorehead, Tom Baldacci, Pete Corey. Reserves - -.,,:,Lt5. X . Qu . 5.1 M ' Q. X "ui ay i l 4 f Row 1: Fred Waltz, John DiCenzo, Mike Phillips, Phil Kuehl, Mike Cooper, Bob Selfe, Dick Borel, Nick Waits, Mike Patton, Bill Anthony, Curt Roettig. Row 2: Vess Jones, Dave Steffy, Marty Fergus, Mike Maudt, Jim Hannahs, Ray Rodgers, Scott Condit, Don Miller, Brian Jennings. Row 3: Coach Jim Burke, Todd Adams, Dick Brown, Pat Flanagan, Paul Di Paulo, Bill McBee, Tom Chown, Phil Hatter. The 1958 Reserve Football Team, coach- ed by jim Burke, was composed of 30 soph- omore and junior hopefuls with a great de- sire to play football and to win. Attesting to this fact was the 5 wins and 2-losses rec- ord compiled by the team throughout the season. Opening their season with a 58-0 victory over Columbus South, the Bear Cubs dis- played their potential. Bill Anthony, sopho- more, contributed three of Arlington's touchdowns. Following the win over South with a second victory over Newark, the Reserves emerged triumphant by a score of 22-0. Bruce Howell starred for the Cubs. In their third encounter, however, the Cubs did not fare so well and were de- feated 56-6 by St. Charles. Scoring the only touchdown for Arlington was Ken Wheeler on a pass Having suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of St Charles, the squad came back to trounce Lancaster 32 6 There followed two victories over North and Worthington by the scores 43 6 and 25 0 respectively The second loss of the season was to Columbus West by a 53 13 margin At the fall sports banquet the team re- ceived its much deserved recognition for the impressive season Each boy received a Reserve football certificate from Coach jim Burke. I X Q ' X ef V i 3 ,V L mer.. e Y-Yu - -71. if-V---,-g -5gpAaAant':":f'4 ',-'lin-1'-':1'.la21'1'W 'A ' ' ' " f ' T 'F ' - f 4 A . - .- . ' ' ' X s 'Q 4 ' 5 tn- um s I .Sy ::i"4'.g-2 ' Y- UU-'Nazi S55 Jkag 453' MOA Us scmgll ' umm ' D mmm , QQQUU6-A . Q Q i ff' ' Q mumu 353 LRLIAQE Qsghtahlng-2 Q. ummm 5 mumu 1 N rnnmnu Row 1: Tom Baldacci, Marvin Moorehead lhead coachj, Pete Core . Row 2. ohn ose h, Mike jones, jim Burke, Dick Russell, y , -J J P Ron Lustig. Bob Prior Randy Lane Woody Woodward Eric Clapp Ralph Lewis On August 20 there was a turnout of 80 varsity football candi- dates for the opening practice of the 1958 season. Coached by Mar- vin Moorehead, Pete Corey, Tom Baldacci, jim Burke, Dick Russell, John Joseph, Mike jones, and Ron Lustig, the squad was led throughout the season by co-captains Randy Lane and Ralph Lewis. After three weeks of hard practice, the Golden Bears traveled to Bexley for the annual preview. Matched against Whitehall and Bexley, the team made a fine debut by downing Whitehall 6-0 and holding the Lions to a scoreless tie. The Bruins opened the home season by entertaining Columbus South, September 12. Scoring for the Bears were Kent jones on a touchdown run and Bob jencks on a field goal attempt. The Bull- dogs, however, twice broke through the Bruin defenses to win the game by a score of 14-10. The following week the Bears played host to the St. Charles eleven in the second non-league clash of the season. St. Charles scored a touchdown but failed to make the conversion. The Bruins scored on a field goal by Bob jencks and a safety. The game ended in a 6-5 loss for the Bears. After suffering two defeats, the Bears traveled to Mount Ver- non to play the opening game of its CBL season. Spurred on by the four touchdowns of speedy halfback George Collins, the Golden Bears ended the twelve-game CBL winning streak of the Yellow jackets with a 34-28 victory. Collins also contributed four extra points via runs. Pat Patton scored on a spectacular 72-yard reverse trap play up the middle. Having defeated Mount Vernon in the first league clash of the season, the Bruins played host to Delaware. The Delaware Panthers were completely overpowered by the Bears' attack. George Collins scored 28 points, leading the squad to a 54-0 victory. The following week the team journeyed to Bexley to participate in a very important league game. Despite the fine spirit displayed by the team. a powerful Lion defense held the Bears scoreless, and the game ended in a 42-0 win for Bexley. George Collins, Bob jencks, and co-captain Ralph Lewis were outstanding on offense and Denny Grimm on the Bear's defense. Don Williams J A .lack 5P0hU Pat Patton On October 12 the bears met Worthington on the fog-bound Cardinal gridiron. Following a scoreless first half battle, George Collins scored a touchdown on an 80-yard kick-off return. Doug Houser scored on a short plunge, and with a conversion run by George Collins the Bears recorded another CBL win with a 14-0 win. The annual homecoming game saw the Bruins matched against the Urbana Hillclimbers. The first score of the game was recorded when Bob jencks kicked a field goal for the Bears. Following a touchdown and a two-point conversion by the Hillclimbers, the Bruins came back with a touchdown but missed on a try for the extra point to lead 9-8 at halftime. During the second half the Bruins marched down the field for another touchdown but again missed on. the conversion attempt to lead 15-8. The Hillclimbers retaliated with a touchdown and a 2-point conversion to win the game 16-15. Scoring for Arlington, sophomore Bill Anthony twice smashed the Urbana defense with his powerful running attack. Meeting arch rival Grandview in the sixth CBI. encounter was a highlight of the 1958 football season. Making an early score, the Bears were never seriously threatened. Woody Woodward led the Bruin defense which held the Bobcats scoreless, and George Collins and Bill Anthony sparkled in the 31-0 victory at the Grandview homecoming. The final game of the season was with CBL newcomer White- hall. The Bears completely dominated the game and recorded an easy 41-8 victory. The victory gave the Bruins a season of five wins and four losses and a third place in the CBL. The climax of the 19587 football season came at the annual fall sports banquet at the Ohio Union on November 13 when head coach Marvin Moorehead passed out varsity awards to thirty-one deserving players. Awards were presented to Pat Patton, best defensive back, George Collins, best offensive backg Dan Sebastian, best defensive linemang and Rich Bernard, best offensive lineman. Dave Hoster- man, manager, was awarded the Tri-Village Trophy for the Most Loyal Team Supporter. Dan Sebastian and Doug Houser were named co-captains for the 1959 season. il-o YN-kv 'ffl' jeff Yarnell Denny Grimm Steve Colby 11:3-ew .pw vi , ,, A , Q ,A KVA, ' m, Lmda Davis Queen Bonme Bell Judy Ryan Roberta Snmpson Patty Sny der 123 ffflfi D P5 I c N 'Suz g,c'?,J f C-""S?p1N5 is DY N91 at 'XX If K 275 NU" if 3L...,........ ...f""3 KN Schedule Nov. Arlington 57 Watterson 40 Dec. Arlington 57' Mt. Vernon 61 Dec Arlington 62 Hilliard 59 Dec. Arlington 62' Delaware 45 Dec. Arlington 54 Bexley 60 Dec. Arlington 69 Worthington 62 Jan. Arlington 36 Urbana 37 jan. Arlington 59 Grandview 55 jan. Arlington 56 Whitehall 48 Jan. Arlington 64 Delaware 57 Jan. Arlington 35' Bexley 40 Feb. Arlington 65 Worthington 63 Feb. Arlington 80 Mt. Vernon 70 Feb. Arlington 61 Urbana 68 Feb. Arlington 61' Grandview 58 Feb. Arlington 67 Whitehall 64 Basketball Coach Jim Burke and Captain Dick Cottingham. E ? 7' Row 1: Bob Jencks, jim Burke fcoachJ, 'A' it ai' E xgi 6...-p-4 ale jim Mason, jim Eigensee, Dick Cottingham, Mike Moberly, Ron Anderson. Row 2: Bud Magee, fmgr.D Dan Sebastian, jack Newlon, Dick Schafer, Bob Young, Kit Feuchter fMgr.7, Dave Hosterman fmgr.J 126 '7"'r-W-.W Bob Jencks Dxck Cottmgham Mnke Moberly ailhky 1,1 +Q'k 'sfr' C.: jnm Mason .ox .TZ he Ron Anderson jim Elgensee X A-1 .., fl Basketball With six returning lettermen including Captain Dick Cottingham and a new coach, jim Burke, pros- pects for a successful year were bright when the bas- ketball team began the early practice sessions of the 1959 season. Comprising the varsity team were Dick Cottingham, Ron Anderson, jim Eigensee, and Bob Young, guards, Dan Sebastian, Mike Moberly, Dick Schafer, and Bob jencks, forwards, jim Mason and Jack Newlon, centers. The Golden Bears recorded an easy 57-40 victory over Watterson in their opener, November 28. Dick Cottingham tallied 21 points, pacing the Bruins to their first non-league win. The following week the cagers lost a very close game to Mt. Vernon in their first C.B.L. encounter by a score of 61-57. Bob jencks led the team by scoring 19 points and grabbing 23 rebounds. Two early season victories over Hilliards and Delaware followed. The winning scores were 62-54 and 62-45 respectively. Having won three and lost one, the Bruins met two undefeated C.B.L. teams, Bexley and Worthing- ton. Defeated by Bexley 60-54, the team came back to down Wforthington 69-62. The second loss of the season was to Urbana by a one-point margin. With only ten seconds remaining, the cagers were unable to score and the game ended 37-36. Facing archrival Grandview on january 16, the Bears came from behind in the first quarter to win 59- 55. Bob jencks was high man with I4 points. Following the Grandview victory, the Upper Arlington quintet recorded another victory by defeat- ing Whitehall. The game ended in an easy 56-48 win. Pacing the Bruins with 18 points each were Dick Cot- tingham and Bob Jencks. The Golden Bears recorded their second win over Delaware by a 64-57 margin. Dan Sebastian scor- ing 17 points starred for Arlington. In another close game with Bexley, the Bruins lost by a 40-35 score. Senior jim Mason was high man for Upper Arlington. With only three seconds left in the game, Dick Cottingham's jump shot gave the cagers a 65-63 vic- tory over Wothington. Bob jencks paced the team with 27 points. There followed a series of three wins over Mt. Vernon 80-70, Grandview 61-58, and Whitehall 67- 64, and one loss to Urbana 68-61. This gave the team a C.B.L. record of 9 wins and 5 losses and a third place in the league. Terminating the season was the winter sports banquet. Eight players received varsity letters and Bob jencks was announced the recipient of the Wal- ter B. Heischman Trophy for the most valuable play- er. Bob Young was selected Captain of the 1959-1960 basketball team. X -. 'x E Row 1: Mike Radcliffe, Tom Chown. Bob Miller, john Teichert, Craig Mielke, Kent jones, Jack Schroeder. Row 2: jerry Truster, Bill Anthony, Bill Berwanger, Bob McKnight, Bill Tittle, jim Stegmiller, Bill Beebe. 5351? Row 1: Larry Hinder, Bob Miller, Marc Rinehart, Chris Armel, Bart Caldwell, Kent Morgan, Coach Richard Larkin. Row 2: Dick Swabby, Manager, Steve Huddy, Wiley Secrest, John Parker, Harry Krieger, Tom Diemer, Craig Weber, Steve Hatcher, goth Cgglwson, Steve Markwood. Row 3: Bob Cowan, Steve Givens, Jim Lloyd, John Dillon, Ron Koch, Les Heitger, Dave Dicke, ic a er. Cross Country With the 1958 Cross Country season came the innovation of a special chart keeping a record of the top seven runners. With the added incentive of hav- ing their names on this chart, the team recorded the most successful season in Arlington history under the experienced hand of Coach Richard Larkin. Through- out the season the two-milers were led by Captain Steve Givens. Opening their season on September 24 with a 19-42 victory over Marietta, the thin-clads recorded a final season tally of 6 wins and 3 losses by defeating Columbus North 15-50, Columbus West 21-37, Co- lumbus South 18-42, Gahanna Lincoln 18-41, and Columbus Central 20-39. The teams losses were as follows: Wforthington 17-46, Columbus East 19-56- 62 in a three-way meet with Springfield, and a third place against Marion Harding and Sanducky 15-51- 71. f,..,, ,, arg' K Q21 On October 24 the Cross Country team qualified for the state meet by placing third in the Central Dis- trict Meet at Raymond Memorial Golf Course. This was the first time an Arlington squad has ever placed in the district meet. Accomplishing this feat were Ron Kock, john Parker, Wiley Secrest, Bob Miller, Les Heitger, Harry Kreiger, and Ron Clawson. At the Fall Sports Banquet, Coach Larkin award- ed letters to the following: seniors--Steve Givens, Harry Kreiger, John Parker, Dave Dicke, and Kent Morgan, juniors--Wiley Secrest and Steve Markwoodg sophomores--Ron Kock, Ron Clawson, Bob Cowman, Les Heitger, Bob Miller. and Marc Rinehart. Steve Markwood and Ron Koch were named co-captains for the 1959 season. Captain Steve Givens and Coach Rich- Kneeling: john Parker and Kent Morgan. Standing: Harry Kreiger, Steve ard Larkin. Givens, Dave Dicke. '?5"' --K 'X if jim Biebcr. Ralph Lewis. Pete Cullman. Rick Eckler. Q Co-captains Rick Eckler and Pete Cullman and Coach Tom Baldacci. Wrestling In its fourth year at Upper Arlington, wrestling team was ably coached by newcomer, Tom Baldacci, who was assisted by Dr. David Jones. Clad in new uniforms and warm-up jackets from the Boosters Club the grapplers were led by Co-captains Pete Cull- man and Ricky Eckler through a successful season of 10 wins and 2 losses. Emphasizing conditioning as a fundamental for good wrestling, Coach Baldacci did a tremendous job in a sport that was relatively new to him by getting out on the mat and learning with the boys. Probably the greatest moral victory for the Bears this season was their loss to Worthington by a mere five points. With ten boys winning in the preliminar- ies of the district tournament, Arlington qualified three--Rickey Eckler, jake Baas, and jon Agee-- for the state meet. Of the 21 matmen, IU of these received varsity letters. They were as follows: juniors--jon Agee, Mike Brenner, john Kessler, Clyde Mummert, Harvey Ste- wart, Martin Smith, jake Baas and seniors--Pete Cull- man, jim Bieber, Rick Eckler. At the winter sports banquet the climax of the season came when the musclemen received their awards and the 1959-60 co-captains were announced. Leading the Bears through next year's schedule will be jon Agee and jake Baas. Losing only three teammates to graduation, next year's team should see a highly successful season. uf Row 1 Coach Tom Baldacci jon Age Clyde Mummert jim Bieber Co captain Rick Eckler Co captain Pete Cullman Dave Greegor Mike Brenner Row Z Manager Tom Edmonson Curt Van Maur john kessler Marty Smith Haney Stewart Dennis Mckee. Row 5. Ralph Lewis, Doug Houser, Fred McGawran, Rush Robinson, Dave Chambers, hen Wheeler, Chet Rapp, Bill '29 Rector. Coach Dick Russell and Co-captains wf"S , , ,gg ,,,,..,,,,,,,,-.,,,,,,,,...f... ,,,. ...,...... .-.-...if-.--. Un Row 1: Tom Veigel, Chuck Baber, Rick Weisheimer, Bill Cuppy, Bill Zeig, Jerry Ross, Barry Rodgers, Tom Norman, Myron Re- cob, joel Mullin, Roy McMaster. Row 2: Coach Dick Russell, Fred Heer, Kurt Swearinger, Dave Smeltzer, Terry johnson, Mike Patton, Russ Morgan, jim Turner, Pete Heer, Doug Goodman, Bill Keating, Jack Hollenbeck, Bill Decker, Dave Daly, Mike Mandt, Bill Lowther, Tom Deishley, Chris Armel, Bob Stone. Swimming Splashing their way to a fourth straight district championship, the Arlington swimming team ended its season on a high note of success. Under the leader- ship of Coach Dick Russell and Co-captains jerry Ross and Barry Rodgers, the tankers also won the City Relays and qualified in two events at the state meet. After opening the swimming season on January 9, with a fourth place in the nine-team Kent State Invitational Relays, the Golden Bears met Canton McKinley the following day. Leading Canton until the two final events, the tankers were unable to main- tain this advantage and lost by a score of 48-38. In their first meet of the 1958- 1959 district swim- ming season, the Upper Arlington mermen recorded a victory by drowning Grandview 59-27. The follow- ing Saturday the team traveled to Sandusky and added another win by the score of 46-40 to the seasons tally. I 1A One of the season's highlights came at a triangu- lar meet held at the Columbus Academy pool on Feb- ruary 14. At this time the tankers defeated state cham- pion Canton for the first time in Arlington history. The team's winning streak continued with vic- tories over Worthington, Cleveland Heights, and St. Charles. Following the regular season, the team com- peted in the state meet against the best swimmers in Ohio. Co-captain jerry Ross placed second in diving and the 200 yd. free-style relay composed of Tom Norman, Bill Zieg, Jack Hollenbeck, and Barry Rod- gers placed fourth. With the finish of the season came the winter sports banquet held in the school cafeteria. At this time Coach Dick Russell gave varsity awards and an- nounced Jim Turner and Pete Heer as co-captains for the coming season. 'E' Kneeling: Tom Veigel. Myron Recob, Bill Cuppy, Rick Weisheimer, joel Mullin jerry Ross and Barry Rodgers, Standing: Coach Dick Russell, Tom Norman, Bill Zeig, Chuck Baber, Jerry Ross Barry Rodgers, Roy McMaster. i .4 . fu, l 5 'v-.,,, .1 gs 'a f' .i xt X, E 1. 4 x' sf I K N .1 Q -5 ,f' F F ' 9' n ,,-1, g. xx . l.. J. w - ' ' 132 X! Molly Humphreys president r 7 8 sp? 4 :ml- Mary Beth Fontana vice president secrerar Coma Hmson Y Mrs Patricia Kessler adviser - lb 7 aff Y I Bertie Simpson Susie Trimble Sandy Mclntire social chairman treasurer publicity chairman Girls who are sports enthusiasts have num- erous opportunities to snow their talents in G. A.A., which has nine sports to offer. Enthusiasm runs high as the girls attempt to earn points for their letters by participating in as many sports as they can. In addition to offering sports, G.A.A. has several other projects. Every year at Christmas time, G.A.A. adopts an underprivileged family and gives them a Christmas dinner and numerous gifts. "Heart and Sole" after a basketball game and the annual "Bermuda Ball" were two very successful dances sponsored by G.A.A. The year was climaxed by the annual ban- quet at which new officers and sport heads were announced and awards were given to those girls who earned enough points throughout the year. 133 134 Sports Chairman Jenny Haymore sports chanrman Bowling Janet Nntschke bowlmg head Archery Drane Fnshel archery head It is the job of the sports chair- man to coordinate all of the sports and to make sure that they are progressxng satlsfactorlly jenny Haymore a hard worker dld an excellent job as sports chaxrman thls year Hockey IS becommg more pop ular every year now that we have better facilities Thls year s hock ey head, Mary jane jones was re sponsnble for obtannmg off1c1als for mterscholastrc games and as slstmg Mrs Kessler rn selectlng the team members Wlth the constructlon of the Fresta bowlmg lanes close to the school, bOWllHg enjoyed tremend ous popularlty th1s year Flfty slx teams srgned up and vred for the forty alleys every week It was the job of janet Nltschke to make rangements for bowllng and to keep track of everyone s scores At the trme when the Norwester went to press, plans for the sw1m mmg season had not been made Carol Von Haam served as sw1m mmg head this year All grrls rnterested m archery earned valuable pomts by practlc mg after school when they could Drane Frshel kept a record of the pomts earned Though not a ma yor sport, archery was enjoyed by those who partrcnpated Hockey Mary Jane Jones hockey head Svmnmmg 'P' lift ' Carol Von Haam swrmmmg head Volleyball Betsey Dawson volleyball head Tennis Martha Sellery tennis head As in previous years, basketball drew more interest than most oth- er sports offered by G.A.A. Inter- scholastic teams were chosen and intramural tournaments were held for all basketball enthusiasts. Car- ol Donato did a fine job setting up tournaments and obtaining refer- ees for interscholastic games Volleyball was very popular as twenty two teams competed for the championship in intramurals A junior team came out on top this year, repeating last year s suc cess Betsey Dawson worked hard keeping track of results and keep mg the tournament running smoothly Softball has developed into a two season sport, with tourna ments held in the fall and spring Under the direction of softball head Arlita Burnett, teams were set up and battled one another two days a week if the weather was co operative A tennis team was chosen this year and played other schools There was competition among the members of the team for the top positions Martha Sellery was the tennis head this year Golf was under the direction of Mary lx Kelly this year Girls in terested in golf practiced at the Dodridge driving range and on the golf course when it was pos sible Basketball :bww 4+ K , . Carol Donato basketball head Softball "'953U'ff' ,:' ,'- - Arlnta Burnett softball head 0 'x Mary K Kelly golf head 135 oclcey Var :fy gcc 5 Row 1 Mary Beth Fontana Corlta Hlttson Carole Isenagle Kelsey Hauck Mary K Kelly Bonme Bell MOIIY HUmPhl'eYs Row 2 Betsey Dawson manager Bonme Hedges Candy Eaker Sandy Kabealo Con me Lynn janet Nntschke manager After three days of try outs, the twenty four members of the varslty and reserve hockey teams were chosen Durlng the practlces everyone vled for hls favorlte pos1t1on, w1th goalle bemg the least popular October 8 marked the begmnmg of the season as the teams traveled to Grandvlew The varslty started the season wlth an excltlng vlctory 1 0 but the reserves had the score reversed on them, losmg proved dxsastrous The varslty lost 2 0 and the re serves suffered a s1m1lar fate The week of October 21 was a busy one wxth two games scheduled agamst Worthlngton and Columbus School for Glrls Gettmg the ball through the goal escaped the varsity once more, although they were close several t1mes, and they succumbed 1 0 to Worth 1ngton The reserves played a snappy game as they held the Worthlngton reserves scoreless, wmnmg 1 0 For the flrst tlme, both teams won agamst CSG, each carrymg off 1 0 vlctorles After bemg 1dle for three weeks, the teams clashed wlth St Mary s and UHIVCISIIY on the home fleld One goal proved suff1c1ent for both the vars1ty and the reserves agamst St Mary s, each one w1nn1ng 1 0 The flnal games agamst Umverslty were played the weather, losing 10 the last mmute 2 1 The re serves won the1r fourth stralght game by 1 0 over the UHIVCISIIY reserves The varsity broke even, wmnmg three and los 1ng three whereas the reserves f1n1shed wxth a four won, two lost record ENOS an XGWQ ywoleuaxhga WW s GALAX L Y--I' G 6 W su g-gg .I Row 1 Judy Graber Nancy Hanner Carol Donato Bev Mayhan Natahe Green Carol Von Haam Row 2 Mary Jane jones Susie Dawson Martha Tuttle Jan Graber Marcla Mannmg Jenny Haymore 136 I M t' 4,1 as . 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V- Cf 2 JD .rf-5 Row 1 Bev Manos Joan Ball Mary K Kelly Mary Beth Fontana Molly Humphreys Row 2 Sandy Kabealo Pat Fxtzgerald Lmda Dale Carolyn Evans Julne Martm Row 3 Jenny Haymore manager Cornta Hnttson Sally Grxmes Susan Dennls Susle Dawson manager Absent Patty Albin Basketball enjoyed tremendous popularlty as usual and competmon was really tough for the twen ty elght spots on the varsity and jumor vars1ty The vars1ty was pr1mar1ly senxors wlth two jumors and the junlor vars1ty was pr1mar11y junlors Wlfh one sophomore Gahanna Llncoln was the f1rst adversary and both teams were 1n top form as they plled up scores such as 62 40 for the vars1ty and 58 34 for the junlor vars1ty The teams spllt 1nto four and played Worthlng ton after a three week gap and won three of the games 21 18 26 24, and 18 14 One vars1ty team was not so fortunate, losmg 25 18 A week later the four teams clashed w1th arch r1val Grandv1ew and came out on top of all four by safe margnns the vars1ty teams w1nn1ng 19 15 and 44 10, and the junlor vars1ty teams w1nn1ng 23 19 and 29 18 Because of a rule forb1dd1ng teams from playmg two games ln one week, two teams went to North and two to St Mary s the week of February 9 Arllngton handlly defeated North 1n both games, 27 21 and 21 16 but the St Mary s games proved qulte dlsastrous, the vars1ty loslng 69 36 wlth the junxor vars1ty bemg equally unfortunate The vars1ty had an off day agalnst Llnden Mc Klnley, be1ng defeated 24 16 However the jumor vars1ty handlly trounced thelr opposltlon 34 10 to save the day Chmaxmg the season were the contests wlth Bex ley on the home courts on March 6 Both teams want ed to end the season w1th big v1ctor1es, but Bexley declded otherwlse and both teams were defeated, the vars1ty 24 20 and the 1un1or vars1ty 24 19 Mary K Kelly and Sally Grlmes were conslstently hxgh scorers for the vars1ty, whereas Candy Eaker and Connle Lvnn were hlgh for the yumor vars1ty Jumor Varsuiy al?" 8Z.'V"Q"' , va dwg 1 X, 0 Ga G f fb 4' rg Xsflkl 1 AA 4 BM f Qxllkk 1 xf A a K Row 1 Cathy Frear Martha Sellery Bonnie Varga Carol Donato Natalne Green Duane Fnshel '37 Row 2 Ann Loscocco manager Martha Tuttle Candy Eaker Connie Lynn Carol Von Haam Row 3 . . . . . . . . , . , , - , - ' , ' ' Q l . - . , . . . - . . , ' 0 'Q ' vu - 'J p ' ofl' is ty sp pr y n eff, U 7: ,,.,.,.. 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Q , W f N SEMA? , .Al , 1 4 n, , ,p y . 5 1 pa fa, .,. 1 N E Q ' 1 mf slr fkfga F Gma Robertson Ann Ohls Mary jo Burt Donna Hull Reserves T T l i Row 1 Barbara Jacoby Pat Taylor Debby Page Amta Macaluso Marcla Mannmg Marxlyn Dotts Row 2 Julne Craft Karen Hobbs Karen Thorne Kathy Frost Cecelra Vaughn, Mary Lee Ergensee For the f1rst t1me a thrrd team composed of soph omores was chosen Smce th1s was the fxrst year, the reserves had only a few games, but they were hard fought They tackled two tough Un1vers1ty teams on january 23 and spht, one team w1nn1ng 22 18 the other los1ng a heart breaker 12 10 In therr only other games of the season, they came up against our nemes1s, Bexley One team managed to do what no Arl1ngton team had done all year when lt beat Bexley 18 16 Fortune dldn t srnrle on the other team, however, as they succumbed 12 4 Even though these sophomores d1dn t play many games, they gamed valuable exper1ence and w1l1 be push1ng the upperclassmen hard next year for P051 t1ons on the vars1ty and jumor vars1ty Scorers and Timers Mary Lee Ergensee, Betty Ann Lmdahl Ab sent Jan Graber 138 Scorers and tlmers are essentlal for 1nterscho1ast1c games as they keep an accurate account of every game and see that the teams are aware of t1me remalnrng, fouls comm1tted, scores and any other pertlllent lnformatlon. 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O v lf I .,-illrgiijn .Q""L- L fx- a5P P049 Tru Vnilage Studio T s I age S udno Q .1 Q A -QUE 1 pf 45 Compliments of Congrafulahons longjs Book Store Class of 1959 Kingswood lumber Co 1836 N Hlgh St AX 44674 1400 Grandvlew HU 8 1113 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 59 from Textile Cleamng Service Inc Your Rugs and Furmture D D K K 2450 Zolhnger Road HU 3 6220 HU 8 4098 Park Federal Savings And loan GOOD LUCK smoes Assocratron 1885 Northwest Blvd HU 8 9714 Donut Shop Insured Savings Accounts Loans Io Home Owners LANE AVENUE SHOPPING CENTER , O Correct Professional Cleaning of Drxre Cream WhTT f9' The Foreign Falr 1460 W 5th Ave I I pan a eff Schorr Ketner and lane 1720 Zolh ge Road Colu bus 21 Oh1o GOOD LUCK GOLDEN BEARS FINE FURNITURE HU 8 1169 ndersenwniowaffs Fiesta lanes Inc I P 1291 W Lane Ave HU 8 3003 Kemper's Pharmacy 2064 Arhngton Ave HU 82644 lgl Best is es o he Class o "5 ' Unusua m e i s . O -.- SPORTS INC. D 32 Au omafic inspotfers X ...gT CONGRATULATIONS Congratulations T T cLAss or "sv" 0 he We extend a cordial invitation to the graduates and students of Upper Arlington High School to visit MURPHY'S, the newest, largest, and most complete store in the Lane Shopping Center. We cater to the needs of young people. If you do not find what you want, let us know and we will endeavor to get it for you. CLASS OF '59 Culter's , Fifth Avenue GOOD LUCK FROM M U R P H Y S Eagles Candles LANE SHOPPING CENTER HOME STORE 1041 W 5th Ave Columbus Ohio HU 8 2531 H 84 H Hardware Frisch s Bug Boy Houseware 8. Gifts 1469 W 5th Ave Columbus Ohio BEST WISHES FROM Grandview Cycle Shop Member of Grandview Business Assoclahon 1655 57 W lst Ave Phone HU 8 1471 1850 Northwest Blvd HU 6 4378 f Gus Amicon Grocery Quality Groceries 8. Meats 1105 W. lst Avenue O AX 9-7612 AX 9-3344 FREE DELIVERY CONGRATULATIONS APPLIANCES T0 The HU 6-4351 CLASS OF '59 O The Ershel Company CONGRATULATIONS Lambert Jones TREMONT CLEANERS Lumber Company BEST WISHES CLASS OF 59 Magnetic Servrce Corporatron ARLINGTON S MOST MODERN CLEANERS 2106 T e 0 t Cente 1670 West F st Ave HU 8 7628 HU 6 8493 c plr H Far O -o- -4.- I ..-Qi. C 3 . . . r m n r ir . I om e e i I e ity 'Service and Recording . GAGER-KEIM, INC. Compliments of F. C. Wollam 81 Co. 888 South Parsons Ave HI 3 6521 REALTORS A Half Century of Integrity 2460 Northwest Blvd HU 8 1138 GOOD LUCK SFNIORS Compliments of EXPLORERS Frfth Avenue Floral RESTAURANT 1877 Kenny Road HU 8 1106 A Restaurant forthe whore Fmt, Durrants Furniture BREAKFAST LUNCHEON For Contemporary Llvmg I DINNER 2104 Tremont Center Columbus 21 Ohlo HU 6 5245 C mr . 914 1080 Dublin HU 8-0681 I KUlENNlNG'S Restaurants I O O O O MIDTOWN SUBURBAN 19 N. High St. 3015 E. Main St Scioto La nes, Inc. 1400 DUBLIN RD. HU 6-5291 ,, , , V 1 N0 PARKXN The Upper Arlington Co. GOOD lUCK SENIORS King Thompson 84 Co. 2160 Tremont Center ' Developers :md Founders Compliments of of Upper Arlington A FRIEND Comphments of IheW W Williams Company Wiseman 5 Hardware Industrial MaCh""e"Y Congratulatuons To The Class Of 59 and Supplles LANE SHOPPING CENTE R Wlth the Comphments of AIVITIQO Manufacturers of Aircraft and Mlsslle Components and Accessories Subsystems and Ground Support Heating Equipment A good place to Work' JANITROL AIRCRAFT DIVISION SURFACE COMBUSTION CORPORATION 0 4200 SURFACE ROAD O COLUMBUS 4 OHIO CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF I959 GEORGE PAIION, IR. - o o o I O . , :IC Columbns Ohio ' ' ' C9 Tom Norman Tremont Pharmacy CLASS OF 1959 2144 Tremont Center HU 8 2625 Prescrrphon Speclalrsts McKmIey Lane Ave Drugs SERVING Stew Harrrson s 27th YEAR TASTY AND WELL-SEASON ED LUNCHES AND DINNERS The Complete Drug Store LANE SHOPPING CENTER COLUMBUS HU 8 0129 lv 0S CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GLORIOUS CLASS OF 59 The ' Jour v B Y Lo, Q - CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 59 Cothngham Paper Company Supplrers of Paper Products to Schools Restaurants Super Markets Hospltals Factorles and Bl,11ld1I'1gS U A H S STUDENTS Arlrngton and Grandview Enjoy smppmg at Uphglglgrmg Jerrys Drrve In 2068 Arllngton Ave HU 81551 Schoedrnger and Company FUNERAL DIRECTORS Comphmems of Bellrs and Wetherholt Wonderland Hobby K1tS Pet Supplles Sz Troplcal F1sh A Complete Lme Of Natlonally Advertlsed Sport1ng Goods O 2390 Wellesley Lane HU 68400 LANE SHOPPING CENTER HU 80744 i- - : 44 9 ' - ' 3140 Olentangy River Road Custom Made Furniture by Master Craftsmen C C n I 14... ' LANE sHoPPrNG CENTER O Compliments of Flick I. G. A. Market 2080 Arlington Ave. O Borchers Carpet Cleaning Co. Quality Cleaning of Rugs, Carpets, and Upholstered Furniture Since 1879 1133 S. Front St. HI 4-1191 COMPLIMENTS IEONARDOS PIZZA Northwest Blvd at Flrst Ave AX 9 2937 Tom larpy s Market Arlington s Most Complete Market 1733 W Flfth at Westwood HU 8 0143 ALUMINUM WINDOWS 81 DOORS I-IAYWARD Co illll U Storm Wlndows Screens Storm Doors 1374 Kmg Ave Columbus 12 Ohlo 7 OF 9 O Paul Bowerman I- A --...N . I - a I Comphments of Arlington Hardware Voss Jewelers 2134 Tremont Center HU 8 7457 1649 W Lane Ave LANE SHOPPING CENTER FUTURE HOME MODELS FOR THE CLASS OF 1959 Leo B rown BROKER AND BUILDER 1724 NORTHWEST BLVD Comphments of CONGRATULATIONS Harry! Rook, Inc Exclus1ve Agency for Oxford Clothes and Soclety Brand Clothes AND BEST WISHES O Class of LANE AVENUE SHOPPING CENTER T31 4: ' .. I E... TO . Clintonville lumber Co. 640 OAKLAND PARK AM 2-1112 -O- Pat Jones, Mgr. S ' It O Friendly Personal Serv!" Q As Close As Your Phone Smallwork - A pecla y Compliments of LARRY MINOR "' X -1.1 ' ' ard' Q 100-104 E. Broad x 2? Women's Fine Shoes 1 Since 1935 Telephone I obs COLUMBUS DAYTON Offer varied Gnd interesting work for girls. CINCINNATI the OHIO BELL telephone company Elephant lumber Co. OFFERS 5100.61 To The First U. A. H. S. Student To Reach The Moon! f rp' -D f K ms . Q K HU l X xt. -fix ...Rn of' 1 If A. 1958 and 1959 delegates to Girls' and Boys' State "Little Men" and "Little Women" x "' f s ' gf:l.,..,-'l'-'73 '34 slight .,f x. ,f .,...- f' A ,, .' f ,1 ,K Q lijxxv Q xx if lf! st- it.t, N K X j N..--.. v .K '-Y-avr xv '. 3 4 3 . cy- V. t A Q"--.,, Linda Davis and Judy Gooding--junior Misses at the "Sew Fine" F. T. A. Tea. xi if :ij ,M . Ar U "They are blowing it out, really knocking them deadg Playing rock and roll music' Musicana '59. Q54 g:::gg:S5igif:, X ff: jim McGavran receives the Kiwanis Citizen- 'The Glass Menagerie"--biology projects attract attention. ship Award. ,Irv O s UV Q I u fm Senior boys to the rescue at the Student Council Assembly. "The Message" -- Future Student Council President Mike Andes makes his election pitch. 4 ft 56 ll 4 83 Y fv Q i 4-, ' A FCSIO AFI EXhibil--"W'h0dUf1il?" 'l he man wno came to sweep the hioloi-CY room. "Say it with music." L l l Cheerleading Assembly -- Perspective pep. ,....,, -s pn., "Banff, l Repeat performance: McCullough Award E .,, , Y ,, ig? ,f"A ' Q-ty., If big V L 1 --A Y bit- - li'- W ' 1 ' 5 , xx 3 X , . 3, . 'lb N . Q i E i Decorating for the junior-Senior -- Chaos on a junior scale. ' , g 1 I ' ' 5 -ff-y ' sg ,. .. '-'avg-firm' TRFIIK Assistant Coach Marvin Moorehead, Captain Pat Patton, Coach Richard Larkin. C. B. L. Champs! This was the achievement of the 1959 track team. Ably coached by Richard Larkin, assisted by Marvin Moorehead, the Golden Bears experienced one of its most suc- cessful and record-breaking seasons in recent years. Throughout the season the thin-clads were led by Captain Pat Patton. Following a week of intense practice, the squad traveled to Denison University on March 7 to participate in its first meet. In competition with schools from all parts of the state, the sprint relay team consisting of Collins, Patton, Williams, and Houser finished third, and the distance relay team of jones, Anthony, Koch, and Krieger placed fifth. On March 13 the Bears took part in the annual City Relays and placed third. After a victory over Westerville, the thin- clads downed Neward for the first time by a score of 79 W--39 W. The Golden Bears played host to Worthington on April 15. Running against last year's C. B. L. champions, the cinder- men scored an overwhelming 91-27 victory. George Collins won blue ribbons in the 100 and 200-yard dashes. Norman, Ley, Williams, New- lon, Thomas, Shaffer, and Anthony also won individual firsts. Both relay teams had near record performances. Next on the schedule was U.A. cindermen placed first. Successful show- ings in the Ohio Wesleyan, Marion-Harding, Muskingum, and Springfield Relays followed. In the Marion-Harding meet the record-setting 880 relay team of Pat Patton, George Collins, Don Williams, and Joe Pipkin established a new meet and school record of 1:33.1. On April 28 U.A.'s tracksters downed Grandview on the op- ponent's track. The Golden Bears had little trouble in defeating the previously unconquered Bobcats by a 72-46 score. On May 6 the team participated in the annual C. B. L. meet at Bex- ley. Scoring 52 points, the host at the cindermen won the meet and the league crown. The thin- clads next played host at the Arlington Relays and totaled 69 7-10 points to win the meet. Par- ticipating in the district meet, the Golden Bears qualified in four events for the Ohio State High School Track Meet. The boys qualifying were Jack Schroeder, the 220-yard dash, Barry Thom- as, the shot-put, Ron Koch, the mile, and the 880 relay team, which set a new school record in the district with a time of l:32.5. At the Track Banquet Barry Thomas was announced the 1960 captain. Varsity awards were presented to 27 deserving boys by Coach Larkin. a three-way meet with South and West. The W 3 1 jpv 7 an I . . A .-.. - f Q ' 'I '.-. ' . I. - . .. Row 1: Robin janton, Bob Stalter, Bob Mosier, Donn Williams, George Collins, Pat Patton, Randy Lane, john Parker, Bill Cuppy, Tom Norman, Harry Krieger, Coach Richard Larkin, Coach Marv Moorehead. Row 2: Bob McKnight, Todd Adams. Doug Lint, Doug Houser, joe Pipkin, Scot Traphagen, Steve Markwood. Terry McGuire, XViley Secrest. Phil Harter. Kent jones. Dick Lund, Hal Epler, Marty Smith. Row 3: Tom Culp. Dave Worton, jack Schroeder, Steve Shaffer, Barry Thomas, Don Vorce, Ken Weber, Ken Clark, Les Heitger, Ron Koch, Kurt Vonhlawr, Bob Miller, Paul Dilfaulo. Row -iz jack Newlon, Tom Chown, Ken Wears, Ron Greider, Fred Waltz, Bill Berwangcr, Curt Rocttig, Dick Borel, Mike Patton, George Wolfe. Nick W'aits, Ron Clawson, Chet Rapp, jerry Wehr, Dick Drei- man, jack Ley, Bob Cowman, Dana Gire. Dave Steffy. Bob jencks, Tom Norman Bob Van 5: 53 John Parker Harry Krueger Q Q ' ' .an kr ".. ,'.lP".,. A-. U N lil Martha Sellery, Mike Radcliffe, Lynn Hammond, Ralph Lewis. Molly Humphreys, Queen of Queensg Rick Eckler, Tom Chown, Karen Thorne, jim Turner, Kathy Henney. On Friday evening, May 8, the Upper Ar- lington track team played host to eight schools at the annual Arlington Relays. Queen Molly Humphreys and her court, senior, Lynn Ham- mondg juniors, Martha Sellery and Kathy Hen- nyg and sophomore, Karen Thorne, reigned over the event, which was a highlight of the track season. Running against some of the best teams in the area, the Golden Bears totaled 69 7-10 points as compared to the 40 7-10 points of run- ner-up Worthington to win the meet. This vic- tory was a highlight of the season, for the Worthington Cardinals won the C. B. L. crown and the Arlington Relays last year. The 880 re- lay team took a first as well as individuals, George Collins, Steve Schaffer, jack Newlon, and joe Pipkin. It was an evening that will be long remembered by the queen and the team. .aqqsdkhwf i r 1 gs .'- 'ze ,Mc - 1 , 799 ' 'f 4 Q U , Q' V . .4 I . V K h ' "at ,L 1 ' 'J-... A f - iii' " -is 'wh-AL, . .if 44.43 . .Q , 1.-an. ' , .ul - O -s. atc - ,,,,,, ' t ' A " " C ' A ' A - I ' at A ' - D- .. f U .1-. ' 1. Y Y . . n ,Q , . ' ' T K, .a , ' . -F - nz , '...f 0 ' ' ' Liam.:-p. ' x ' 5 ' 'ff ' '-1'-ir' Roger Long, Tom Edmonson, Bud Maggee, Jim Eigensee, Rick Eckler, John Leichert, jim Winkle, Ron Anderson, Bob Young John Griner, Jack Hollenbeck, Bruce Butler, Mike Flick, Chip Caldwell, joe Bybee, Ken Wheeler, Dick Swabby, Mike Rothgery, co cap tain: Dick Cottingham. Bill Lovebury, co-captain. Coach Pete Corey. kd' X , :xx 1-5- V? - -1 , In .tif LS 1 . -Q . ,R awww we' Co-captains Bill Lovebury and Mike Rothgery and Coach Pete Corey. is SCHEDULE April 4- Arlington 5: Hilliard 0 Apsil 7 Arlington 2: Delaware 9 April 10- Arlington 6: Bexley 0 April ll Arlington O: Chillicothe 2 Arlington 8: Chillicothe 5 April 14- Arlington 6: Worthington 5 April 15 Arlington 8: Newark Catholic April 18- Arlington 6: Springfield 5 April 21 Arlington 2: Grandview 8 April24- Arlington 2: Whitehall 1 April 30- Arlington 2: Westerville 6 May 2- Arlington 4: Delaware 1 May 8- Arlington 4: Worthington 5 May 15- Arlington 1: Grandview 0 May 19- Arlington 7: Whitehall 5 May 22- Arlington 0: Mt. Vernon 2 May 25- Arlington 5: Urbana 1 Arlington 0: Urbana 5 May 26- Arlington 5: Mt. Vernon 6 May 27- Arlington 0: Bexley 1 .v"" M "i B111 Lovebury Dick Cottmgham Ml if f Dxck Swabby Ni' Rlckey Eckler Make Rothgery Ron Anderson i 1m Elgensee f ' f, ik, f 5 VAII . b xi A X IAA 5 5 I 'Z . 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With six returning lettermen the 1959 baseball team looked forward to the coming season with high hopes Under the direction of Coach Pete Corey and Co captains Bill Lovebury and Mike Rothgery the squad began practicing during March in preparation for the tough schedule which lay ahead The season began on a hopeful note as Dick Swabby pitched a no hitter against Hilliard The final score read Arlington 3 and Hilliard 0 On April 7 the team lost its first C B L game to Delaware 9 2 but recovered with a 6 0 victory over Bexley Following this win the Golden Bears split a doubleheader with Chillicothe de feared Worthington and then split another doubleheader with Springfield On April 21 the team was upset by arch rival Grandview by an 8 2 score Seemingly spurred on by this loss the squad downed Whitehall 2 1 first place Dela .. ,,'. ... , . , ' --, ,.. g , .-- , - ' 1. - -,AHL 'gil .vs-, K -1 ,Q-tv' . .1-mf. 5 v . A , .. . Q ?!bun ,,, IL- .xxx thug' -- -Q 'sg' f In V.- I , .LA ' "1 ."-0+--0 Bihar 45512. rl- , w -954 ware 4 1, Worthington 4 3, and Grandview 1 0. Following a 7 5 victory over Whitehall on May 19 the team moved into first place in the C B L The Golden Bears however suffered a losing streak after defeating Whitehall lost their remaining five games and ended with a seven win and seven loss in the C B L and an 11 win and 10 loss record for the season In the district tournament Arlington lost its first game to Westerville by a 6 2 margin The final statistics revealed that Bill Love bury led the team in batting and Dick Swabbv excelled in the pitching department At the Baseball Banquet it was announced that Mike Rothgery and Bruce Butler had made the first team all C B L and Ron Anderson and Dick Swabby made the second team The high light of the banquet occurred when Bruce But ler was named captain for 1960 RESERVES Qsy ' N 1 J ,w ll 1 NJN 5 9 Q.. L H L. X si.. 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As this cry resounded across the fairways of the Scioto Golf Course, the Upper Arlington golf team swung into its early practice sessions in preparation for the com- ing season. Braving the cold and windy weather of March, the prospective linksters set their sights on becoming a member of the varsity squad. As the season started, high hopes were expressed by Coach Bill Thomas and Co-cap- tains Bill Weldon and Chris Kern. After the qualifying rounds had been played and the scores had been tallied and compared, the results showed that senior, Bill Weldon, juniors, Chris Kern, Tim Moench, and Bob Borelg and sophomores, Bill Durrant, Gary Adler, and Bill Snyder would comprise the 1959 varsity team. The opening match of the season was against Hilliards. In this match Co-captain Bill Weldon had a two under par 70 on the Walnut Hills Golf Course to lead the Golden Bears to their first victory. The final score read Arlington and Hilliards 14-2. On April 24 the team played Mt. Vernon and suffered its first defeat of the season by a 9-6 score. Tim Moench was medalist with a 79. This loss, however, was soon compensated for as victories over two C. B. L. teams, Bexley and Urbana, followed. The only tie up to this point had been in a match with Whitehall. The score was 7M - 7M. Thus far the season's record was four wins, one tie, and one loss. On May 8 the linksters traveled to Hamilton and participated in the Tri-State journey. The U. A. squad placed sixth, quite an accomplishment since 29 schools entered the meet. In the coaches' matches Arlington's coach, Bill Thomas, tied for first place. The Golden Bears competed in the district meet on May 15 and placed first. Representing U. A. were Tim Moench and Chris Kern, who both had 75'sg Bill Weldon 77, and Bill Snyder 81. Their winning total was 308 com- pared with the 319 score of the runner-up, XVhitehall. Since the team placed first, it qualified for the state meet held on May 22 and 25 on the O. S. U. Golf Course. Looking back on the season, the linksters had much to be proud of, for the year's record was sixteen wins, two ties, and two losses. Tim Moench was elected captain of the 1960 team. Row 1: Gary Adler, Bill Snyder, Bob Borel. Row 2: Bill Durrant. Bill Weldon. Tim Moench, Chris Kern. 1' s. Grant Sain QQ , y- . 9 Aa Bob Urich A T iff fizw xl .1 A Strengthened by five returning lettermen, including Captain jud Sain, Coach Dave Shelby's tennis team ac- complished the feat of winning the C. B. L. crown for the fourth consecutive year. On March 1 thirty hopeful juniors and sophomores were on hand for the first practice of the 1959 tennis sea- son. After weeks of practice and conditioning on the part of the tennis hopefuls, play-off matches among the aspir- ing candidates were held to determine the top seven boys who would comprise the varsity squad during the coming season. With the posting of names, the starting team of Jud Sain, Bob Urich, Dick Schafer, Dan Sebastian, Craig Mielke, Kurt Swearingen, and a newcomer to Arlington, Sergio Olivares, from Mexico, was announced. On April 13 the first match of the season was held against Grand- view. The opener proved a success, for the Golden Bears defeated the Bobcats by a score of 5-0. The next match was with Academy and was the second victory of the season. Scoring for Arlington in this 5-0 win were Craig Mielke, first singles, Dick Schafer, second singles, Dan Sebastian, third singles, Sergio Olivares and Bob Urich, first doubles, and Jud Sain and Kurt Swearingen, second doubles. There followed two league matches with Delaware and Urbana, both of which ended in victories. The scores were 4-1 and 5-0 respectively. Winners at Delaware were Schafer, sec- ond singlesg Sebastian, third singles, Olivares and Urich, first doubles, and Sain and Swearingen, second doubles. On Saturday, April 24, the varsity seven journeyed to Cleveland for a match with Shaker Heights. While in Cleveland the boys also attended the World's Professional Championship. After this trip north the Golden Bear net- men defeated four league teams--Bexley, Delaware, Ur- bana, and Grandview--all by a score of 5-0. Rounding out the season of league play was a victory over Bexley 5-0. On May 6 the netsters traveled to Springfield and were edged out by the Gladiators 3-2. Following a season un- marred by a league loss, the Golden Bears participated in the district meet. The team won the district doubles match, but unfortunately Craig Meilke lost in the single finals to put Arlington in runner-up position in the singles. At the annual Tennis Banquet it was announced that Craig Mielke would lead the team as captain next year. 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W A , F ,,, 4. -. - V A W , f- , A -as . it D' , i , ii W- -X A' 5 8 ' -xi.. J 4 's un- .L-l'l 1 . 4 +-Q v ' r Q---5' 1 Au. .xc ,,, -Epi-4.1 +A-- 6.-4 o Senior Day Assembly jim Gross, Bertie Simpson, Sandy Mclntire, and Bill Pflaum inspecting trophies at the senior bowling party. Baccalaureate May 51 1959 The Best Years Of Our lives Formally, we graduated on June 3, but in reality the play came to an end on May 27 -- Senior Day -- as, dressed in heels and ties, we came to school to walk through the ivied arch of Senior Hall. At the final assembly, the Class of '59 presented the school with a hi-fi record player. After Senior Day, we re- turned to school only for Baccalaureate and C o m - mencement rehearsals where, in spite of the heat, there were some hilarious moments as the formal names of our classmates, previously known only as "Sue" or "Woody", were read off. Some of o u r happiest memories will be of the Sen- ior Dinner and the bowling party afterwards where we all vied for the highest and lowest scores, the after-Com- mencement party that revel- ed into the wee hours of the morning, but most of all Commencement itself -- the last encore before the cur- tain dropped. We were both happy and sad about Com- mencement, for it was this interlude that marked the beginning and end of the best years of om' lives. Silk! :fn-'f ff Bull Pflaum Dnck Letzkus and jxm Leste at Scxoto As presndenr of the semor class I Country Club Hugh Socnety welcome you Y' -JS .4- Zffj ffffp !!V 7'0UC!v'V bf X 5.0 Semor Ach ities LINDA LEE ADAMS-GAA 1 YTeens 1 jumor Red Cross 1 Freshman Chou, 1 Glee Club, 1 Llbrary Club, 1 Charm Club 1 JUG., 1 PATRICIA LEE ALBIN FNA 3 FTA 3 4 G AA 1234 YTeens 2,4 French Club 2 jumor Red Crms 4 Showume S9 4 Charm Club 4 Assembly Commnttee 2 J UG 3 4 CHUCK ALBRIGHT Franklm Henghts Hugh School 1 2 Football 1 Basketball 1 Track,1 Numeral Club,l Varsl ry Football 2 Varsity F 2 Latxn Club 2 West Hugh School 5 Student Councxl 3 jumor Achievement 54 Upper Arlmgton Hxgh School, 4 RONALD BRUCE ANDERSON Norwester Staff 4 HxY 5 4fPresldentl Student Councnl 34 Freshman Chou' Semor Chou' 2 3 4 Broadway UA 2 Carousel 3 ileadl Showtune 59 4 Semor Scholarshxp Team 4 Class offncer 1 4Pres1dentJ Class Executnve Councnl 4 Varsnty A 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 JAMES ALEX ANDER ARGO junior Red Cross 3 Semor Chou' 4 Broad way UA 2 Showtime 59 4 Radio Club 2 Science Club 4 Class Execunve Councnl 2 Wrestlnng 4 Baseball l 2 SUSAN HELEN ARMSTRONG GAA 1 2 YTeens 1 2 3 CSecre taryb 4 QV1cePres1dentJ Inter Nos 3 fPres1dentJ 4 Student Council 3 Freshman Choir 1 QG1rls Treasurer? 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