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

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-ly y (TO ii t Mn j |v vr 1 Wm Kk HOMECOMING 3 1833 02922 9819 ■. m iWm ' ■ it mhw $ 4% WW The Senior Class Off Upper Arlington High School Columbus, Ohio Presents The 1963 NORWESTER . Foreword With the aid of administrative guides and underclassmen bearers, we, the graduating class of 1963, have completed our safari. To make our expedition worthwhile, we have carefully observed the scenery and have taken an active role in the search for knowledge. Most of us have succeeded in reaching this goal, but others have concentrated in tribal rituals and councils or have become lost in the dense jungle. As we move on expectantly to future responsibilities, we leave to you who have been faithful bearers during our trip the opportunities and the subsequent dis- coveries gained by planning and participating in such a journey. Let us now review the many wonderful experiences we have had during our safari. Allen County Public Libra 900 Webster Street PO Box 2270 - 70 Fort Wayne, IN 46801-227U Safari eadquarlers TABLE OF — UA. ] HI H School L4= == 3.j 5af an Paaes LMqshots 10-3 Adm ' irvi -l-ra+ioK Torch .Bearers Paaeb 2 2.-59 UNdexclassMej (j-reaiLihic Hui rter5 C Paae.5 Scwiors iHbaL Loutsrc iLs o(o-»3: kaVtvnVtes lUHnniiwii SL CONTENTS Mauve ■I ttuols I2 H-W7 5cV ool LWe- L 9 Sport ' porti ShraiNrkeir Heads Schola ucJa R air Paqes tlv.cnaw-Qe m.-m NdverciseNCttts , m V - v i 1 ™ -■ O - ■« " •v. 5 O) CM C J O) CM O CO CO 00 CO f k m m BIG WIGS CHIEF CHIEF Walter B. Heischman Superintendent off School CHIEF ASSISTANT David M. Jones Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent CHIEF Joseph A. Dorffff rincipal off Upper Arlingtoi enior High School CHIEFETTE David W. Shelby Assistant Principal B A R D F E D U C A T I N Seated, L. to R.: John Gardner, Ed Barnett (President), Mrs. Mary Lou Niple. Row Two L. to R.: Ben William, Walter B. Heischman (Superintendent of Schools), David Jones, Herschel Wilson (Clerk of Board), and George McConnaughey. R T. A. Seated, L. to R.: Dean Robb (President), Mrs. Robert Watkins, Mrs. Charles T. Wheeler, and V. A. Ket- chum. Row Two L. to R.: Lance Shreffler, Paul Gatsch, and Joseph A. Dorff. Secretaries to the Principal: Mrs. Jean Feazle and Mrs. Marion Hall. Clerk-Treasurer Mr. Herschel Wilson OFFICE STAFF School Nurse Mrs. Anita Petit Guidance Counselors: Mr. Paul Gatsch, Mr. Lance Schreffler, and Secretary, Mrs. Grace May. Secretaries to the Superintendent of Schools: Mrs. Ruth Viegel and Mrs. Ruth Griffith. Mrs. Helen Tanner English Miss Jeanne Felts English They taught us the fundament! Mrs. Anne Rismiller English Mr. Charles Will English Mrs. Kay Wise English Mr. Ellis Lutz English Mrs. Susan Smith English i " Vj ' yS H •. Mr. William Pallat English %$ Miss G. Ellen Mann English Miss Vera K. Randall English Miss Nancy Green English Miss Bernice Rea Librarian Mr. Forest Sammons Speech, Drama-Debate off our academic and Mrs. Joyce Ricketts Journalism Mrs. Margaret Samuels Physical Education, Health Mrs. Betty Woolpert Home Economics, Sewing Mrs. Elizabeth Davis Physical Education, Health Mr. Gerald Ashton Physical Education, Health Mr. Jerry Hooper Physical Education, Health physical education. Mrs. Ann Ream History, Sewing, Home Economics Mr. James Burke American History Mr. James Miller American History In their cla; we learned Mrs. Marilyn Howells American History Mr. Richard Larkin World History the basic fact; off navigation Mr. Frederick Bunte Economics, Sociology Mr. William Grant Problems of Democracy Mr. Paul Corey Problems of Democracy Mr. Stephen Pritchett Problems of Democracy Mrs. Katherine Fulton Spanish Mr. Richard Beery Spanish Mrs. Ann Dickerson Latin, Spanish Mrs. Gloria Ecker Spanish Mrs. Elizabeth Clifford French Mrs. Ella Mae Miller French Miss Mildred Wagner Latin Miss Lorita Ewing French Miss Ann Butler French Mrs. Shirley Wootton Russian Miss Katherine Glick Shorthand, Typing Mrs. Vivian 0. Arnold Typing, Clerical Practice .-4 Mr. Hugh Stumbo Art Our practical skills Mrs. Janice Green Typing Miss Annette Jackson Typing, Bookkeeping Mrs. Gracie Stockton Art were developed here Mr. Richard Hoskins Mechanical Drawing, Industrial Arts Mr. Frederick Eickelberger Industrial Arts, Driver Training Mr. Marvin Moorehead Driver Training Mrs. Nancy Liber Algebra Mr. Louis Nachman Plane Geometry, Algebra Mr. Lester Jackson Plane Geometry Mr. Richard Bennett Algebra, Trigonometry, Analytical Geometry Mr. William Gulden Algebra Mrs. Xie Jackman Plane Geometry Mrs. Carol Oppenheimer Plane Geometry Mr. Mervyn Farrar Orchestra Mr. Frederick Moore Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, Analytical Geometry, Algebra Mr. Herbert Yenser Vocal Music Mr. Robert Ginther Band Mrs. JoAnn Adrion Chemistry Mr. Robert Snouffer Chemistry Mr. Leon Bowman Physics Mr. Robert Cavins Chemistry Mr. James Lambourne Biology Mr. Robert Tangeman Biology Mrs. Joel Ziegler Biology Mr. William Dudrow Biology Mrs. Mary Hoyt Biology £l Y fe .Ma Left to right: Karen Davis, treasurer; Sue Furste, secretary; Herb Kinney, vice-president; Steve Kolodzik, president. SOPHOMORES The record class of about 700 sophomores began the year by electing Steve Kolodzik, president; Herb Kinney, vice-president; Sue Furste, secretary; and Karen Davis, treasurer to lead it through the first important year of its safari. The sophomores soon became accustomed to a new daily schedule in a new building, the many extracur- ricular activities, and the leadership of the powerful senior class. In order to increase their treasury for the Junior- Senior Prom and the Sorwester, the ambitious sophomores captured the first prize in the Parent- Teacher Association membership drive. The sophomores proudly ended the year by decorating Senior Hall and becoming upperclass- men. The class of 1963 wishes the best of luck for the class of 1965 during the final, fun-and-work-filled years of its safari for knowledge. § © s Row 1, L. to R., Barbara Amos, Lynne Anderholme, Linda Barnes, Jackie Armitage, Patty Adams, Wendy Anderson, Marilyn Baker. Row 2, L. to R., Janice Baker, Pam Armstrong, Kathy Anderson, Nancy Adams, Betty Arnold, Ann Austin. Row 3, L. to R., Neil Austin, Jim Barnes, Jay Barnhill, Bill Anderson, Andris Auzins, Dave Balser, Bill Allen, Chuck Aplin. Sophomores Row 1, L. to R., Cindy Bradley, Linda Boder, Teena Bloom, Jennifer Booten, Karyl Bergquist, Nancy Born heim, Cathy Booher, Sally Beck. Row 2, L. to R., Shary Bowers, Cynthia Birr, Bill Bohannan, Donald Blais, Mike Bennington, Nancy Boyce, Alice Botkin. Row 3, L. to R., Gary Bishop, Mark Bean, John Bender, Ross Bartschy, Kent Beittel, Jim Battles, Ronald Barrett. n A 3 Row 1, L. to R., Jean Brissenden, Peggy Brown, Joanne Bradly, Nadine Brula, Judy Brandes, Barb Caldwell, Pam Bratton, Carol Branscomb. Row 2, L. to R., Nancy Brush, Kathie Call, Sharon Buck, Bob Brown, Andy Brewster, Don Brunton, Nancy Bullock, Sue Burnside, Becky Bryant. Row 3, L. to R., Tom Buell, Jon Bridgman, Jim Britt, Stan Browning, Mike Buchanan, David Calderone, Tim Caldwell, Brian Birtcher. Sophomores ' ,— ■■ r m Row 1, L. to R., Karen Classon, Linda Clark, Sharyn Campbell, Lynda Cochran, Judy Cassell, Karen Clark, Carol Cherry, Penny Chapin. Row 2, L. to R., Kathi Clawson, Dick Christie, Tom Carey, Dick Capuano, Thane Chilton, Betsy Clark, Sharon Capuano. Row 3, L. to R., Stan Carlin, Vic Carlin, Tom Cameron, George Clellan, Andy Collier, John Clatworthy, Mike Clark, Jim Carollo. Row 1, L. to R., Pat Corn, Mardi Cornell, Barbara Corn, Lynn Conover, Daphne Davis, Kay Cottingham, Wanona Craft, Chris Davis. Row 2, L. to R., Nickie Conie, Leslie Cox, Sally Daugherty, Dennis Crabill, Ed Cordts, Steve Conn, Christie Culp, Judy Davis, Laurie Collins. Row 3, L. to R., Dean Combs, Dennis Cook, Greg Cowman, Jay Collins, Jeff Cox, Jim Cox, Lynn Dailey. Sophomores Row 1, L. to R., Pat Delaney, Charlotte Dunbar, Pat Deishley, Karen Davis, Jackie DuVall, Barb Dewey, Pam Dewhurst. Row 2 L to R Cathy Denton Donna DeGood, Rick Doyle, Pat Downing, Bob Dill, Rick Detwiler, Hal Doersam, Dan Dunson. Row 3 ' L to R., ' Bob Dixon, Phil Deis, Rennie DeVos, Dan Dupler, John Denti, Terry Dawson, Tom Decker. § § Row 1 L to R Molly Eckler, Sue Erb, Sheila Faulstich, Leslie Fair, Margaret Ferguson, Christi Finelli, Mary Fancher. Row 2 L to R Dave Evans Bob Eibling, Steve Fidler, Fred Elsasser, John Dyer, Toppy Ezell, Dennis Fabyan Alan Feltner. Row 3 ' L to r ' Dave Fisher Mark Farrell, Bob Elliot, Steve Farber, Glenn Ferraro, Jim Fahrbach, Larry Elliot, Tom Ewing. Sophomore Row 1, L. to R., Sharon Fletcher, Sue Furste, Sue Fox, Judy Gerwig, Jo Gegenheimer, Linda Fisher, Jeannette Flick. Row 2, L. to R., Sharon Fogg, Shaylah Fletcher, Jeff Folkerth, Randy Fisher, Mike Freda, Dick Fletcher, Connie Freidlander, Jayne Foust, Pat Fosness. Row 3, L. to R., Denny Erwin, Bill Fletcher, Gary Flowers, Dan Fitting, Dick Fishel, Bill Gardner, Jim Freeman, Steve Fisher. Row 1, L. to R., Gwen Grant, Carol Gillespie, Dixie Goodwin, Carolyn Hall, Jill Gooding, Beryl Gosnell, Peggy Glaze, Diana Grosvenor. Row 2, L, to R., Mike Gire, Laurie Hackenberg, Jim Green, Mark Gridley, Jay Graf, Rick Gordon, Phil Gocken- back. Row 3, L. to R., Steve Grinch, John Glenn, Butch Griffith, Steve Hale, Howard Green, Jim Gorry, Dave Goble. Sophomores Row 1, L. to R., Betsy Heckman, Linda Hall, Donna Hemphill, Martha Harpham, Helen Hatcher, Linley Harrison. Row 2, L. to R., Sally Hatten, Felda Hardymon, Bob Hendershot, Mike Heath, John Hays, Nancy Hart. Row 3, L. to R., Jim Herbst, Jim Heap, Paul Hamwi, John Harmon, Jerry Henry, Bob Hathaway. Row 1, L. to R., Margaret Hughes, Linda Hobbs, Donna Hewitt, Ann Huhta, Margy Huntwork, Sue Heyne, Flo Horsely. Row 2, L. to R., Holly Hooge, Jerry Irwin, Mike Hindall, Jack Hullman, John Hays, Leslie Howe. Row 3, L. to R., Alex Hostettler, Jim Hulls, Larry Hilditeh, Jon Holzaepfel, Tom Howell, Mike Herzog, John Huddy. Sophomore Row 1, L. to R., Katie Jones, Linda Johnson, Connie Johnson, Barb Johnson, Linda Kabealo, Sharon Keating, Betty Justice. Row 2, L. to R., Bill Kraft, Charles Kuipers, Judy Jones, Margie Johnston, Marianne Kayes, Judith Janz, Steve Kolodzik, Herb Kin- ney. Row 3, L. to R., Tom Jedinaki, Bruce Johnson, Greg Katynski, Mike Janton, George Jacobson, Pete Jones, Bill Jacoby. Row 1, XIII L. to R., Rody Konneker, Ann Lambert, Carolyn Jones, Judy Krier, Linda Kutschbach, Judy Krill, Pam Kindig, Karel Kelsik. Row 2, L. to R., Tom Kelsey, Kathy Kitchen, Karen Knepper, Anne Kohr, Diane Knapp, Pat Kelley, Jane Kern, Chris Koerner, Noble Kheder. Row 3, L. to R., John King, Mike Hayward, Dan Jackson, Larry Larrimer, Steve Johnson, Achim King, Bob Kaithern, Ray Kleinlein. Absent, L. Larrimer. Sophomores Row 1, XIV L. to R., Nora Leech, Sue Lichty, Jeanne Lynch, Joyce Magnuson, Sandy Macomber, Allison Lewis, Mimi Losocco, Lynn Lombard. Row 2, L. to R. Rusty Lindley, Marilyn Mack, Linda Lewis, Carla Manning, Linda Lloyd, Kathi Lenander, B. G. Lynn. Row 3, L. to R., Jim Magnuson, Andy Lowery, Mike Logan, Jim Lictenberg, Noel Long, Ron Markel, Tim Leonard. Jim Lewis. Absent: Lynne Lombard, Susan Lombaer, Syndi Lewis. Row 1, XVII L. to R., Nancy Popa, Marcia Pfeiffer, Diane Pettegrew, Nancy Rasche, Judy Redman, Chris Periman, Linda Powell, Cheryl Raith. Row 2, L. to R., Gene Putterbaugh, Chris Peterson, James Phillips, Jill Reiser, Karen Richards, Nancy Ray, Linda Reuting, John Ralston, J. Reiser, Jim Rapp. Row 3, L. to R., Phil Powers, Tom Pingel, Terry Osterstock, Bill Rad- cliffe, Carleton Revell, Steve Reily, Bill Reese, Tom Pillifant. Sophomores Row 1, XVIII L. to R., Derise Riviere, Nancy Rogers, Laura Richards, Kelsey Robinson, Kendra Robinson, Jean Roettig, Lynn Rudolph. Row 2, L. to R., Doug Roberts, Jim Romas, Hall Roddy, Kathy Rochon, Jennifer Robe, Sandy Robinson, Don Rhoads, John Ross, James Roof. Row 3, L. to R., Robin Rupp, Ed Roop, Steve Ryan, Ted Rytel, Don Ritchie, Craig Richter, Rob Rudolph. Row 1, XV L. to R., Dale McCarter, Janet Meistedt, Pat Melvin, Judy McClintock, Janice Marshall, Martha McCormick, Carol Miller, Peggy Mink. Row 2, L. to R., Sandy Minor, John Millious, Mike McGuire, Dick Meeks, Tom Meeks, Judy McNabb. Row 3, L. to R., David McClintock, Terry McQueen, Dale McClean, Ross McCray, Fred Marsch, Fred Marsh, Bill McCloy. Absent, Lynn McCormick. Sophomores Row 1, XVI L. to R., Linda Motter, Penny Parker, Meri Mummert, Lois Orlando, Karen Pease, Pat O ' Rourke, Gloria Nichols. Row 2, L. to R., Bobby Negri, Pat Moriarty, ' Cheryl Payne, Donna Nelson, Timber Pentz, Linda Nicola, Tom Mueller. Row 3, L. to R., Terry Parson, Mike Moone, Dane Nowells, Gary Slack, Tim Morgan, Tod Ortlip, Herbert Olsen. Absent, Ken Nicol, Nancy Mozingo, Frank Moore. Row 1, XIX L. to R., Carole Sharp, Chris Sheriff, Karen Shaffer, Mary Beth Shearer, Linda Shafer, Margi Shook, Suzanne Senn. Row 2, L. to R., Ed Sherwood, Ed Shields, Helen Schoen, Betsy Seidel, Sherry Sherman, Susie Sailer, Angie Savko, Dan Sher- man, John Shea. Row 3, L. to R., Bill Savage, Bob Shumaker, Bill Schools, Dan Sayers, Terry Shuman, Dave Shultz, Bob Scott, Jim Shaw, Bob Sharer. Sophomores Row 1, XX L. to R., Carol Stiles, Susie Springston, Terry Snavely, Lucy Straubel, Gwyn Spafford, Linda Smith, Shari Smith. Row 2, L. to R., Jerry Snyder, John Spittler, Nancy Stewart, Judy Stine, Sue Stillwagon, Sharon Smith, Steve Smith, Jeff Simons. Row 3, L. to R., Lewis Skelton, Mike Smith, Brian Snell, Steve Smith, Pohn Stowe, Curt Sparks, Mike Stanley, David Stone. Row 1, XXI L. to R., Betsy Stone, Sue Taxter, Sallie Strebel, Joan Throop, Susan Stoffel, Carol Taylor, Sandy Swan, Mary Supp. Row 2, L. to R., Jane Thompson, Elizabeth Sillins, Mary Tompkin, Ann Tarbutton, Darrel Timmons, Sandy Tessier, Pat Stridsberg, Mary Stross, Mimi Tarini, Susie Thomas. Row 3, L. to R., Cindy Temple, Jeff Sylvester, Dan Tobin, Don Stump, Dennis Tom, Dave Yerke, Joe Testa, Arthur Tai, Sue Toms. Absent, P. Thompson. Sophomore Row 1, XXII L. to R., Pat Warden, G erri Wagner, Charlotte Warner, Candy Watkins, Susan Tracy, Vickie Walcutt, Jil Tipton. Row 2, L. to R., Larry Trover, Mike Welch, Carol Voelkl, Joelyn VonHaam, Carolyn Weber, Linda Wadley, Fred Walker, Russ Weinder. Row 3, L .to R., Greg Towle, John Wegman, Jim VonHolten, Brian Turner, Steve Vagnier, Carl Watkins, Randy Walker. Absent, Chuck Vivian. Row 1, XXIII L. to R., Carol Wineberg, Sandy Whitmer, Debbie Wilson, Ann Wilhelmy, Pat Wilke, Susie Whipple, Susie Wright. Row 2, L. to R., Ron Verhoff, Don Vanderbosch, Ann Waltz, Gayle West. Molly Wilson, Donna Wilson, Judy Williams, Rick White, Jim Wilson. Row 3, L. to R., Jack Wilkens, Bill Willis, Jon Wennerberg, Clark Wideman, David White, Luther Williams, Jack Wilce. Absent, Patricia Wuichet, Roger Wilson, John Winter, Sandra Whitmer. Sophomore Row 1, XXIV L. to R., Maryellen Hoadley, Bonnie Young, Annalee Hixson, Maudie Griffith, Julie Babe r, Jan Gustafson, Ai leen Yung. Row 2, L. to R., Mike Ridgway, Alex Haas, Bill Cecil, Gail Hanner, Carol Hannaway, Gayle Boyd, Dave Bonifield, Dick Zimmerman, Charlie Steger. Row 3, L. to R., Jerry Zimmer, Colby Hillman, John Lathrop, Stan Zimmerman, Bob Meyer, Mike Hoeple, Jeff Miner. Absent, Mike Haubert. On Wednesday morning, September 5, 1962, while the teachers attended a Work- shop and the upper-classmen enjoyed their last day of freedom, the sophomores of 1963 labored to prove their maturity as they took the California Maturity Test in U.A.H.S. ' s gymnasium. Left to right: Linda Dickens, secretary; Al Drewsen, vice-president; Derry Munger, treasurer; Jim Hutch- ins, president. JUNIORS President Jim Hutchins led the juniors through the next-to-last year of their safari with the assistance of Vice President Al Drewsen, Secretary Linda Dicke ns and Trea- surer Derry Munger. Officers during their sophomore year were Derry Munger, president; John Parsons, vice- president; Linda Dickens, secretary; and Mark Buchsieb, treasurer. Linda Dickens and Ted Howell were elected co-chairmen of the Junior-Senior Prom, while Susie Baz- ler, Nanci Missildine, and Susie Stecker were chosen cheerleaders. Dances after basketball games and a win- ning Homecoming float helped make the year an ex- citing and beneficial one for the enthusiastic, hard-working juniors. The close of the school year found the class of 1964 eagerly awaiting their senior year when they would finally complete their long and difficult safari and move on to even more challenging horizons. Row 1, I L. to R., Dallas Bagby, Holly Alexander, Diane Armitage, Pris Anderson, Barb Ayres, Carol Barnes, Kathy Barry. Row 2, L. to R., Bruce Adler, Tom Bates, Suzanne Barr, Susie Bazler, Ron Asel, David Bearse. Row 3, L. to R., William Bacon, John Barry, Butch Ashman, Jim Abernethy, Parker Bauer, Chris Badger. Absent, R. Baker, Bobby Beck. Juniors Row 1, II L. to R., Lynn Bradford, Bev Brown, Barb Boyer, Vicki Brown, Barb Bible, Linda Bishop, Jeanine Brady. Row 2, L. to R., Jim Boring, Greg Bradley, Sonny Bliss, Bob Brouse, Brent Bice. Row 3, L. to R., Bob Brownfield, Bruce Belton, Frank Bech, Karlton Bergquist, Carl Birkhold, Bill Bohl. Absent, Chuck Bowers, Phil Brokaw, Doug Brown. r 5 " ' I Row 1 III L. to R., Barb Burdett, Joyce Butler, Sarah Cheany, Patty Byrd, Gay Chapman, Judi Burrough, Carole Brunton. Row 2 L to R. Steve Cannell, George Casper, Barb Bryan, Bernice Chapin, Ron Byers, Bob Bunard. Row 3, L. to R., Karl Case Mark Buchsieb Gary Browning, Charles Carmichael, Bill Calvert, Tom Call, Bob Bruce. Absent, Robby Burns. Junior; Row 1, IV L. to R., Ann Cowman, Carol Conrad, Karen Cunningham, Roberta Deck, Carol Coppins, Anita Cook, Bea Cullman. Row 2, L. to R., Bill Cochrum, Lynn Celio, Pam Cowles, Sharon Davis, Kathy Collison, Caren Cool, Steve Cooper. Row 3, L. to R., Tim Danforth. Clark Celio, Bob Colbourne, Dick Davidson, Doug Christie. John Davis, Tom Christman. Absent, Nick Cua, Biil Cochran. Row 1, V L. to R., Claire Denise, Linda Dickens, Sue Beth Dustheimer, Cynthia Erfurt, Mary Lynn Diesem, Sally Eagleson, Barb Ebright. Row 2, L. to R., Sandy Ellenwood, Jenny Eckler, Susan Eggert, Ingrid Dodd, Nancy Deckard, Donna DeGood. Row 3, L. to R., Jim Emswiler, Dave Elliot, Dick Dipaolo, Doug Dicke, Bill Chambers, Alan Drewsen, Mike Dutton, Bill Eick- hof. Absent, Jim Evans, C. Ellis. Juniors O R Row 1, VI L. to R., Donna Feay, Nancy Fodor, S. Ferguson, Marti Garvin, Susie Gehring, Linda Gernhardt, Robin Gardiner. Row 2, L. to R., John Gerlach, Sara Eldridge, Joyce Fisher, Ann Foster, Elaine Gaupp, Jeri Gibbs, Bev Gantt, Ewell Gay. Row 3, L. to R., Steve Fox, John Ford, Mike Fidler, Ken Friscoe, Clifton Finch, Jim Gable, Russell Fuller, Doug Flesch. Absent, Sandee Gates, Lowell Fletcher. Row 1, VII L. to R., Donna Gilmore, Connie Grimes, Linda Griffith, Diane Grove, Rebecca Hall, Carol Hantak. Row 2, L. to R., Margaret Godbey, Linda Guyette, Linda Harder, Alice Gleaves, Bonnie Haire. Row 3, L. to R., Dick Grieser, John Gue, Gary Hannahs, Robert Harding, Pete Griffith, Jeff Gudenkauf, Pete Hall, Anne Hale, Ramesh Gursahaney. Absent, John Hartle. Juniors Row 1, VIII L to R., Toni High, Penny Heimberger, Carol Hazard, Jackie Hill, Pam Hughes, Stephanie Hummel, Terry Hites- man. Row 2, L. to R., Dana Howard, Judy Hubbard, Alice Hatcher, Lynn Hawley, Peggy Head, Linda Hetzer, Jane Howard. Row 3, L. to R., Cheri Hicks, John Humphrey, Steve Hurst, John Hoser, Ted Howell, Paul Haueisan, Suzanne Higgenbotham. Absent, John Hinterschied, Carey Hindali Row 1, IX L. to R., Jan Johnson, Jill Jarvis, Beth Insinger, Patty Jeffers, Marilyn Kennedy, Marta Kalback, Lynne Kenney Row 2, L. to R., Dick James, Tex Jednak, Kathy Johnston, Pam Jesson, Joanne Beebe, Peggy Griner, Jim Hutchins,, Dick Huston. Row 3, L. to R., Dennie Johnson, Drew Arnold, Eric Johnson, Phil Jones, John Izzie, John Kelly, Dale Kagy, Tom Kay- lor. Absent, Art Kempel, Shirlev Kartorie, Karen Johnson. Juniors Row 1 X L. to R., Sue Larson, Karen Knouff, Kristin Ledford, Mary Jane Langham, Patty Kerr, Eleanor Knapp, Mallory Kitts. Row 2, L. to R., Jim LaCrone, Mary Jane Lawry, Sharon Kitchton, Julane Johnson, Tricia Kohl, Karen Lambourne, Greg Law- ton. Row 3, L. to R., Rich Koch, Ray Latham, Joe Lawless, Bob Kottman, Phil Korodi, Jim Knight, Greg King, Bob Koblentz. Absent, Bill Kepley, Anne Larimer. Row 1 XI L to R., Patty Lightfoot, Sherry Love, Cheryl Love, Roberta Loomis, Ann Lohmann, Mary Lustnauer, Elaine Masters. Row 2, L. to R., Charles Mahan, Tom McCarter, Val Leshy, Sharon Maby, Karen Kitchton, Terry Massaro, Bob Macklin, Frank McCain. Row 3, L. to R., Steve Mauger, Randy Lewis, Dick McBride, Ralph Marsicano, Tom Lakin, Paul Malashevitz, Harry Little, Dick Lewis, Mike Madison. Absent, Grant Maclean. Uuniort Row 1 XII L to R. Anne Medick, Nanci Missildine, Beth Miller, Alice Keeney, Sandy McPherson, Estelle Masoni, Carol Mc- Ghee Row 2 1 to R. Marsha Mitchell, Robin Moffitt, Carol Moorehead, Marilyn Moor, Molly McGavran, Susan Harding, Jan Merrill Nancy McCune, Nancy Miller, Sandy Moeller. Row 3, Jim McCormick, Jim McCoy, Scott Mcllrath, Terry Messick, Jerry Miller, Gene McLean, Bill Meier. Absent, Jeff Mergardt, John McClenaghan. Row 1, XIII L. to R., Phyllis Norman, Patti Painter, Lynne Osgood, Susan Nurenberg, Mary Jane Nelson, Susie Orr, Maurine Outcalt. Row 2, L. to R., Jim Oyer, Ken Nicol, Ron Ongaro, Sally Maxwell, Sylvia Nietz, Kathie Morrow, Chuck Nail, Steve Ovens, Ed Norris. Row 3, L, to R., Frank Orlos, John Mullin. Mike Mullin. Lewis Osborne, Derry Munger, Wally Neidenthal, Tom O ' Brien, Dubby O ' Neill, Mike Munsch. Absent, Ken Overholt, John Myers. Juniors Row 1, XIV L. to R., Miriam Patterson, Donna Probst, DeeDee Patterson, Joan Pulaski, Sue Pedicone, Joan Pollack, Linda Perkins. Row 2, L. to R., Craig Potter, Chris Pitchford, Tom Poole, Barb Priest, Bob Peck, John Parsons, Bueky Patton. Row 3, L. to R., E. J. Pearcy, Jeff Pettegrew, Rick Parsons, George Parsley, Bob Periman, Warren Potts, Dave Peck. Absent, Aly- sia Potts, Bill Pratt. Row 1 XV L to R. Jayne Rafferty, Bev Putterbaugh, Libby Powers, Barb Scheiderer, Susan Reed, Susan Schafer, Louise Pur- rett Row 2 L to R. Don Renwick, Tim Redifer, Sue Rouessy, Ann Radebaugh, Sue Richard, Nancy Schnittke, Carol Saur- born, Carol Robinson, Tom Saunders, Tom Read. Row 3, L. to R., Steve Rinehart, Dennis Reedy, Dick Ryan, Jim Russell, Mark Rogers, Darwin Ralston, Ted Schaffner, Bernard Rothe. Juniors Row 1, XVI L. to R., Diane Shafer, Debby Sherer, Nancy Herbert, Connie Smith, Marilyn Shook. Row 2, L. to R., Scott bcbu- hart, Bill Schwenker, Donna Sebastion, Patricia Shields, Pat Ryan, John Shea, Jeff Shaw. Row 3, Bruce Shoemaker, Arthur Sanders, Norman Seese, Jeff Scott, Steve Schoedinger, Fritz Smith, Chuck Shields, Robbie Setterland, Dick Shoemaker. Absent, Bradley Smith, Whitney Sell, Arch Shultz. Row 1, XVII L. to R., Susie Stecker, Sherry Stone, Sharon Steele, Marsha Smith, Sandy Steele, Judy Stark, Susan Stephens. Row 2, L. to R., Steve Stover, Susie Snyder, Nancy Smith, Sally Sparling, Charlene Sprentnak, Linda Sohner, Marcia Smith, Phil Smith. Row 3, L. to R., John St. Clair, Paul Steinfurth, Doug Stith, John Sproat, Mike Stillinger, Tom Smith, Gary Spencer. Absent, Trudi Stevens, Linda Stevenson. Juniors Row 1, XVIII L. to R., Christine Supp, Diane Thomas, Janis Todhunter, Anne Thomas, Anne Taylor, Judi Tom, Tana Thomp- son Row 2, L. to R., Roy Suarez, Forrest Tefft, Elaine Szedlak, Susan Tefft, Sally Strugeon, Shirley Timo, Karla Taggart, Ned Timmons, Tom Terry. Row 3, L. to R., Dick Sweazy, Bill Taylor, Jon Tarbox, Steve Thomas, Martin Sweet, Mike Tomcik, Bert McNabb, Bob Straubel, Bill Swanson,. Absent, Tom Tobin. Row 1, XIX L. to R., Barb Wedding, Ann Walters, Judi VonMaur, Jan Ward, Janis Traphagen, Karen Uhlig. Row 2, L. to R., David Welsh, Tip Weisheimer, Joyce Webb, Kady Tynan, Janet Wagner, Jean Walter, Sue Waggener, Tom Walker, Steve Wheel- er. Row 3, L. to R. Bob Watkins, Jeff Tracy, Mike Waggener, Sonny Ward, John Trumbull, Greg Vajda, Mark Walker. Absent, Greg Verhoff, Diane Trubor Juniors Row 1, XX L. to R., Judy Wilson, Pam Williams, Lynn Wilson, Tish Wood, Chrissy Wollam, Linda Woodard, Jo Ann Wright. Row 2, L. to R., Dave Wolford, Pat Whiteside, Gail Whited, Pam Whited, Nancy Willis, Sandy Wroe, Nancy Wunderlich, Terry Wil- liams. Row 3, L. to R., John White, Bob White, Jerry Williams, John Workman, Tom Wheeler, Bill Wright, Rick Wilcox, Bob Wills. Absent, Peter Winters, R. Wilson. Row 1, XXI L. to R., Doris Poe Toni Young, Becky Young, Sandy Zellers, Carole Yoakum, Toni Wyant, Susan Wyatt. Row 2, L. to R., Susan Breese. Jim Foreman. Mike Becker, Mike Berdelman. Bob Zerbst, Gretchen Ress. Row 3, L. to R., Chris Zara. Ray Zartman, Steve Zumsteg, Jim Zeisler, Bruce Young, Jack Young, Jim Zeigler. Absent, Danny Zimmer. Junior; Row 1, XXII L. to R., Sandy Scott, Karen Bartlett, Barb Duncan, Adelva Best, Mary Corn, Karen Coe. Row 2, L. to R., Peter Morris, Paula Smith, Patty Guesman, Nancy Fargo, Janet Cronin, Craig Ellis. Row 3, L. to R., Nick Eib, David Heer, Kerry Dean, Robin Harris, Paul Adams, Lloyd Snyder. 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Kenneth Clyde Vaughn White Rabbit Ann Rees Venzke Ann Ljane Kathryn Wahl Ljane Ralph Emerson Waldo, HI Terry Barbara Jean Walker Barb Stephen Field Walker Steve Bonnie Lynne Walz Bon Sandra Gai Ward Sandy Kathryn Verne Watters Kathy Dana Lambert Webster Webs Virginia Dodge Webster Gins Jane Ann Wells Janie Joyce Anne Weisberg Joyce William J. West Bill James Warren Wheeler Yakamura Sydney Ames Wheeler Syd Gail Patricia Whitacre Gail Janet Ann Whitbeck Tiajunana Larry Allen White Norman Marilyn Sue White Marna Catherine Graham Wilson Cathy Miriam Ruth Williams Mimi Philip Quentin Williams Spider _L Ilk Craig Bray Wilson Craig ' I Muriel Elise Wilson Muriel Mary Irene Wineland Mary Thomas Andrew Wii Pete Rebecca Ylaya Becky Ann Marie Young Ann Jeff Schofield (President) Carolyn Fahrbach ( Secretary -Treasurer) Tyler Baldock (Vice President) Robert Arthur Zerman Puchaca cp? or Oft Jeers President Jeff Schofield, with Vice-President Tyler Baldock and Secretary-Treasurer Carolyn Fahrbach, led the class of 1963 through the final successful year of the safari for knowledge. Everyone will certainly remember the many exciting events during the year. At Homecoming, Queen Teri Adams and Princesses Sara Lowther, Jean Burr, Betty Jencks, and Barb Berend reigned over the victory dance. Chreerleaders Judy Agee, Susi Guthrie, and Barb Patten led the crowds in cheering the football team on to the C.B.L. crown. Seniors celebrated Christmas at the AIM-SOC formal and then began studying for semester exams. The Junior-Senior Prom and the many senior parties occupied the seniors during the last weeks of the school year. The senior assembly, Baccalaureate, and Com- mencement climaxed the year and ended the safari for the class of 1963. " sro6e.nT council PRESIDENT Second grade Ra " dy Ketchun, - - ii ati ssen AS bot. The second half of elementary school was filled with birthday parties, Girl Scout and Boy Scout activities, and, of course, social studies and arithmetic. Many secret clubs, including the now famous Vampire Club, were organized by the ambitious class to help fill up the after-schools hours. 8th grade citizenship award winners, 1st row: Chris Leininger, Carolyn Fahrbach, Sara Lowther, Borel, Shelly Evans. 2nd row: Eric Boltz, Denis Trover, Jeff Schofield, Paul Kuehn, Tom Fox. Marianne Seventh grade passed rather uneventfully, but in the eighth grade, Student Council elections and cheer- leading tryouts occupied the busy class of ' 63. " Big " Steve Walker was elected Student Council president, while Teri Adams, Sara Lowther, and Linda McClan- nan were chosen Cheerleaders. Ten members of the class were awarded American Legion Citizenship Awards. Ninth grade was climaxed by an impressive outdoor graduation ceremony. Jr. High Student Council elections Jr. - Sr t rtmmm The Golden Gate Bridge WW The class of ' 63, under the leadership of co-chairmen Sara Lowther and Dick Main, spent many long months pre- paring for the 1962 Junior-Senior Prom, which was pre- sented on May 5. " San Francisco-City at the Golden Gate " featured elaborate decorations which included an enormous bridge spanning a blue plastic lake. Chinatown Main Street-San Francisco Prom Ding Ho Laundry Two restaurants, a beatnik coffeehouse and a Chinese tearoom, were also set up in the gym. The entire hall outside the gym was decorated to resemble a San Francisco street. Each of the people attending received a " China man " as a permanent souvenir. Co-chairmen, Sara Lowther and Dick Main Ah so! Sally Sherman transformed the hall. A familiar sight for G.A.A. Carol Healey as Tuptim in " The King and I. " Mayor Armstrong addresses Youth in Government Day. Senior high offered something for each member of the class, no matter how varied his talents. For those interested in local government, there was the annual Youth-in-Government day, G.A.A. occupied the time of sports-minded girls, while those with a theatrical bent participated in " The King and 1 " or the talent shows. Show Fun ' 61 boys ' can-can. 1961 Queen ' s float - 1963 1962 1963 v ui «i COUN Leader Club Leader ' s Club is a service club comprised of junior and senior representatives from other school clubs. With the emphasis on a sincere interest in serving the school and the community, Lead- ers ' Club projects this year in- cluded the annual canned food drive in November, the Interna- tional Dinner, the college panel assembl y and the leadership- training conference. Two addi- tional Leaders ' Club activities were the Christmas and Easter parties held at Godman Guild and the raising of money for club projects through the sale of wrapping paper and Golden Bear pins. Left to Right: Jean Burr (Secretary), Gretchen Luidens (Vice President), Mrs. Ann Dickerson (Adviser), Linda Loving (Presi- dent), Susie Stephens (2nd Vice President), Lynn Hawley (3rd Vice President), and Alice Hatcher (Treasurer). Aim AIM, which is open to all senior girls, is primarily a social club; but AIM members perform at least one service project each year. A progressive dinner— with no cars allowed— was the first activity of the year. AIM co- sponsored the annual Christmas formal, " An Old- Fashioned Christmas. " Barb Brown reigned over the dance as the AIM queen. A surprise come-as-you-are breakfast and a spring swimming party were other social activities enjoyed by AIM members. The service project this year was a drive to collect books for the Columbus Children ' s Psychiatric Hospital. Top to Bottom: Mrs. Ella Mae Miller (Adviser), Barb Brown (Secretary), Susie Boehm (Treasurer), Marilyn White (President), and Nancy Kackley (Vice President). SOC is a combination social and service club com- prised of junior girls. In August the 1962-63 season started with a tea to welcome sophomore girls to the high school. In November the cry was " support the School for the Retarded Children Levy, " as SOC mem- bers canvassed Arlington for voter support. In Decem- ber, SOC joined with AIM, the senior girls ' club, to present the Annual Christmas formal. In addition to ratifying a constitution this year, SOC members saved time to take advantage of knitting and bridge lessons Left to Right: Sandy Ellenwood (Rep. to Leaders ' Club), Sud Harding (Treasurer), Mrs. Susan Smith (Adviser), Jean Walters (Vice President), Pat Ryan (President), Mrs. Carol Oppenheimer (Adviser), and Barb Boyer (Secretary). Seated: Mrs. Elizabeth Clifford (Adviser), Judy Gerwig (President). Left to Right: Miss Jeanne Felts (Adviser), Kathy Anderson (Treasurer), Helen Hatcher (Vice President), and Judy Stine (Secretary). Ski What ' s new — SKI, which was formed this year to better the relationship among sophomore girls and to serve the school and the community. While much of the year was spent in getting organized, completed SKI pro- jects included a children ' s party and a clothing drive in the spring as well as plans to adopt a foreign child. Additional SKI ac- tivities included an ice cream social and a carwash. Future T off America Future Teachers of America aids interested students in learn- ing about teaching and in culti- vating the qualities essential to a good teacher. Approximately 105 juniors and seniors partici- pated in the cadet teaching pro- gram in the elementary and jun- ior high schools. Guest speakers on various phases of education were featured at meetings, and in the spring members visited the Ohio School for the Blind. Among club projects were tray favors for Children ' s Hospital at Christmas and Easter. F.T.A. members also served as guides for the annual P. T. A. open house. A busy year was climaxed by the annual Rose Breakfast. eachers Seated: Chris Leininger (Vice President), Peggy Lang (President), Left to Right: Mrs. Helen Tanner (Adviser), Mr. Richard Hoskins (Adviser), Susan Ronson (Historian), Marcia Graves (Secretary), and Karen Cosens (Treasurer). Future urses ' Club Future Nurses ' Club is open to all girls who are interested in nursing. On the third Wednesday of every month, FNC holds its business meetings. Guest speak- ers, members of a medical profession, and refreshments were featured at the home meetings on the first Tuesday of each month. Field trips were taken to the Cerebral Palsy Center and to Battelle Memorial Institute. To raise money, FNC gave a dance after a football game and after a basketball game. Several bake sales were also held. Twenty-five dollars of this money was sent to an orphanage in Korea. Members gave a Christmas party for about thirty children at the Ohio State School. Seated: Pat Rudolph (President), Linda Loving (Vice President), Connie Johnston (Rep. to Leaders ' Club). Left to Right, Row Two: Mrs. Anita Petit (Adviser), Val Merrick (Corresponding Secretary), Vicki Hittle (Treasurer), and Helen Legg (Recording Secretary). Y-Teens To grow as a person and to grow in friendship with persons of all nationalities, races, and religions is the purpose of Y- Teens, which is affiliated with the Young Women ' s Christian Organization. The Y-Teens start- ed the year with their annual sophomore welcoming party at Holiday Hill in Delaware, Ohio. Later, at the formal inauguration in November, Becky Ylaya was made an honorary member of Y-Teens. An Arlington Y-Teen, Dana Webster, was co-chairman of the city - wide Fall Fantasy Dance at Walnut Ridge Junior High. Links, the Easter and Thanksgiving assemblies, the A- pril dance, and the dating panel with Hi-Y comprised the other major activities of the year. Seated: Gretchen Luidens (President). Left to Right: Pam Tesson (Program Chairman), Jenny Eckler (Treasurer), Linda Harter (Sec- retary), Susan Ronson (Vice President), Mrs. Marilyn Howells (Ad- viser), and Mrs. Anne Rismiller (Adviser). Hi-Y Primarily a school and community service organi- zation, Hi-Y is closely affiliated with the Y.M.C.A. Throughout the year members seek to promote genuine school spirit and interest in intramural athletics through such activities as selling football programs and par- ticipating in state and local Hi-Y events. The Arlington Hi-Y sponsors a representative team in the competitive Columbus area Hi-Y basketball league. Such activities invoke greater friendship and cooperation among the member schools. The climax of the year ' s H-Y activities occurred in the Columbus area Hi-Y Youth-in-Government Day, and the sale of mints to support World Neighbors, an international Y.M.C.A. service movement. Top to Bottom: Steve Hardymon (President), Ron Boley (Vice President), Mr. Robert Tangeman (Adviser), Dick Main (Treasurer), Mr. Gerald Ashton (Adviser), and Fred Gatske (Sergeant-at-Arms). Inter Nos Inter Nos, meaining " among ourselves, " is a club which offers Latin students an opportunity to enrich their background in classical culture. A Roman banquet was held at Jones Junior High in February. Members dressed in Roman cos- tume and Sophomore " slaves " served. At an earlier meeting, a teacher who had visited Rome on a scholarship spoke to members and their parents. The climax of the year ' s activities was the state convention for Latin clubs held in March at Mershon auditorium on the Ohio State campus. Left to Right: Bill Nuhfer (President), Jack Maguire (Vice President), Dubby O ' Neill (Treasurer), Lynn Hawley (Secre- tary), and Miss Mildred Wagner (Adviser). Russian Club Russion Club is open to all students who are interested in learning more about Russian cul- ture. Two documentary films and two cartoons were shown at meetings. Members also heard a speaker who had visited Russia. A very successful Russian smor- gasbord was held on Valentine ' s Day. Russian students enjoyed borsch, beef stroganoff, and oth- er less well-known Russian foods such as mushrooms in sour cream, apple fool, and kulich. In the spring, a girl from North High School who speaks only Russian at home with her Rus- sian-born parents visited Arling- ton for a day under the sponsor- ship of Russian Club. T r HE RUSSIAN ALPHABET ?;KhAa Tt I... . Vy b Seated: Marcia Mitchell (Secretary), Sue Larson (Vice President), and Karen Coe (President). Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Shirley Wooton (Adviser), Trudy Stevens (Treasurer), and Tex Jednak (Sergeant-at-arms). El Dorado Club Seated: Susi Guthrie (Treasurer), Frankie Liebermann (President) Susie Stecker (Sec- retary). Row Two, Left to Right: Susan Henney (State President) Mrs. Katherine Fulton (Adviser), Mrs. Anne Dickerson (Adviser), Mr. Richard Beery (Adviser), Mrs. Gloria Ecker (Adviser), and Wally Neidenthal (Vice President). This year more than 300 Span- ish students have had many op- portunities to share their interests " al modo espanol " through the many activities planned by the El Dorado Club advisers, Mrs. Ann Dickerson, Mrs. Gloria Ecker, Mrs. Katherine Fulton, and Mr. Richard Beery, and the club officers. These activities ranged from learning the Bossa Nova and singing Spanish songs at the meetings, as well as Spanish Christmas caroling for Kinder Key, to eating Spanish food at the Casa Jose. Further activities included Spanish conversation groups and meeting with Cuban teenagers who are now residing in Columbus. Between regular club activities and such additions as the city-wide Spanish Fiesta and the Spanish paper Siesta, El Dorado Club fulfilled its purpose of providing students with an op- portunity to understand better the life and customs of Spain and Latin America. Le Cercle Francais The dual purpose of Le Cercle Francais is to promote an interest in French culture and to give club members an opportunity to converse in French. The members of Le Cercle Francais strive to increase their knowledge of the French culture and to increase their familiarity with French conversation. The members of Le Cercle have en- joyed varied programs at their monthly evening meetings. Dur- ing the Christmas season the .French students climaxed their caroling for Kinder Key by a party at the Cellios ' . All meetings are conducted entirely in French; the members are forced to prac- tice the skill they learn in the classroom. The annual City Ban- quet at the Ohio Union put the final touches on a successful year. Seated: Tyler Baldock (Treasurer), Anne Lynn (President). Row Two, Left to Right: Ellen Kincaid (Vice President), Mrs. Ella Mae Miller (Adviser), Miss Lorita Ewing (Adviser), Mrs. Elizabeth Clifford (Adviser), and Alice Hatcher ( 2nd Vice President), and (absent) Sandy Ellenwood (3rd Vice President), Susan Bryant (Secretary). Row One, Left to Right: Mr. Hugh Stumbo (Adviser), Carol Robinson (Poster Chairman), Judy Agee (Repre- sentative), Sydney Wheeler (Badge Chairman). Row Two, Left to Right: Ginny Hall (Treasurer), Carol Keim (President), Kathy Kern (Vice President), Julia Harter (Secretary). Pub Club To create badges and posters for the various ath- letic events in the school in order to promote school spirit is the purpose of Pub Club. Badges for the foot- ball games were made on Wednesday nights in the homes of club members, and posters for the basketball games and other athletic events were made on Tues- days in the art room. Besides painting, cutting, and pasting, Pub Club sponsored a bake sale, purchased club chains, devised a new constitution, and replenished the depleted treas- ury. The annual Pub Club picinc brought the year to a close. Dramatics Club Dramatics Club offers an op- portunity for interested students to participate in a dramatic pre- sentation. At their Tuesday meet- ings the Drama Club members discuss, plan, and rehearse pro- grams for the entertainment of the student body. Last fall they gave an excellent presentation of " The Angry Twelve, " an adap- tation of " Twelve Angry Men. " In December, the Dramatists presented oral readings every period during one school day for the benefit of English classes. This interesting program was well received by the audience. Left to Right: Jerry Anthony (2nd Vice President), Sally Cheaney (Secretary-Treasurer), Mr. Forest Sammons (Adviser), Cynthia Erfurt (Vice President), Terry Waldo (Presi- dent), Miss Nancy Green (Adviser). Charm Club Charm Club, under the spon- sorship of Mrs. Betty Woolpert and Mrs. Ann Ream, enjoyed a year of service projects, money- making endeavors, and fun. The Club ' s first project was the an- nual field trip to the Columbus State School. The members held a clothing drive and an Easter party for the residents of a cot- tage at the school. Members and their parents were invited to a Christmas party and program. Informality reigned at this year ' s Golddiggers Dance when the members converted the gym into Dogpatch, U. S. A. Charm Club concluded the year with a style show of clothes made in home economics classes. Left to Right: Barb Brown (President), Mrs. Ann Ream (Adviser), Susie Shaffer (Treasurer), Mrs. Betty Woolpert (Adviser), Linda Sohner (Secretary), and Marty Sul- livan (Vice President). ewcomers Club Newcomers ' Club is primarily a social club, which is organized to aid new students in the school. The annual Luau, held before school opens each year, is the major project of Newcomers ' Club. New students have the opportunity to get acquainted with many of the student leaders who give resumes of the activities of the various school organizations. By talking with " old " students, the newcomers can learn about school traditions and get a good idea of the type of school they are entering. Row One: Teri Adams (President), Angela Neasse (Vice President). Row Two: Betsy Talbot (Secretary), Sydney Wheeler (Treasurer), and Mrs. Vivian Arnold (Adviser). Young Democrats ' Club To further the political education of Arlington stu- dents is the purpose of Young Democrats ' Club. Members seek to express their own political feelings rather than parrot the views of parents and friends. By attendance at political ral- lies and distribution of cam- paign literature, the Young Democrats learn about lo- cal politics. Speakers such as Paul Cassidy, candidate for representative from the 12th congressional district, are invited to the monthly meeting to elaborate on the tenets of the Democratic Party. Club adviser, Mr. Fred Bunte, aims to provide the club members with the facts of political theory, so that they can decide with which philosophy they agree. Left to Right: Mike Brickey (President), Nancy Deckard (Vice Presi- dent), Prue Dewey (Secretary-Treasurer), and Mr. Fred Bunte (Ad- viser). Young Republicans Club To promote intelligent student interest in politics, the Young Republican Club members presented a wide range of speakers (including the presidents of the Ohio League of High School and College Young Republicans and a former Ohio governor), films, and literature throughout the year. Active member participation in- cluded debating political issues, attending the Ohio State University Mock Senate, the state Young Re- publican convention, and touring the state capital. To inform members and other students of timely political activities, the club published its own news- paper. Left: Sandy MacomDer (Secretary), Mrs. Mary Hoyt (Adviser), Ben Nicola (Vice President). Right: Phil Curtis (President), Bob Brown (Treasurer). Festo To promote an interest in the fine arts among all students and to offer opportunities for Arlington ' s amateur artists are the purpose of Festo, which was reorganized this year. The club ' s largest annual project is decorating the school at Christmas time. A modern nativity scene was erected in the central stairwell and abstract mobiles were hung in the stairway in the north wing. Stained glass windows completed the decorations. Festo also furnished the art work periodically dis- played in the library. An art exhibit composed of works of teachers and students climaxed the year. Left to Right: Betsy Clark (Secretary), Sara Sharpe (President), Mr. Hugh Stumbo (Adviser), Martha Har- pan (Treasurer), and Sandy Minor (Vice President). Debate Club SIMS Debate Club provides an op- portunity for interested students to learn the fundamentals of ar- gumentation. With each debate, members became more adept at organization of thought, and clear, persuasive expression. The club adviser, Mr. Forest Sammons, divided the members into competitive teams on the basis of their performance in a series of intra-squad contests. These teams consisted of two af- firmative and two negative speak- ers. Three of these teams partici- pated in interscholastic contests with teams from Marietta, North, Bexley, Worthington, and Grand- view. These debates prepared the club members for the state quali- fying tournaments at the Ohio State University. Left to Right: Ben Nicola (President), Mr. Forest Sammons (Adviser), Miss Nancy Green (Adviser), and Phil Curtis (VicePresident). Business Education Club Membership in the Business Education Club provides pupils with an opportunity to broaden their knowledge of the secretarial field. During their regular busi- 4 ness meetings, guest speakers tell of their experiences in today ' s office and pupils discuss prob- lems that they will meet later on the job. As service work, the members prepare secretarial ma- terials for the faculty and school organizations. Although business and service meetings keep them busy, the members of the Busi- ness Education Club take time to socialize at their annual Christ- mas party and again at the close of the school year. Left to Right: Miss Katherine Glick (Adviser), Mary Lynn Dixon (President), Ann Foster (Secretary), Kay Boes (Vice President), Susie Stecker (Treasurer) Library Club Ever wonder how books get back on shelves? Who writes those dreaded over-due slips: Li- brary Club pleads guilty! Each period will find members of the Library Club working at the desk, checking out bo oks or collecting fines. Many times meetings provide learning experiences. For example, there are questions and answer sessions supplemented by food and chatter. From what members learn about the library at those meetings, it becomes possible for them to help their fellow students. Left to Right: Miss Bernice Rea (Adviser), Karen Stelling (Presi- dent), Tom Call (Vice President), and Helen Schoen (Secretary- Treasurer). Varsity A Varsity A is a brotherhood open to all of Upper Arlington ' s lettermen. A basic purpose of the club is to assist other school clubs with their projects. Transportation for the annual Lead- ers ' Club canned foods drive in No- vember was furnished by members of Varsity A. The club also sponsored the open house after the Whitehall basketball game. Varsity A was organized many years ago but was discontinued during the early 1950 ' s. The club was reorganized four years ago, and this year a new constitution was written. Left to Right: Ted Rose (Secretary), Bill Robb (President), Jim Baas (Vice Presi- dent), Bob Chambers (Treasurer), and Rick Henderson (Sergeant-at-arms). Radio Club Radio Club is designed for stu- dents interested in amateur ra- dio. The members maintain a complete radio station and learn through practical experience. They discover that amateur radio involves a knowledge of electrical theory, the Morse code, govern- ment regulations, as well as oper- ating procedure. This past year many members were able to se- cure their novice and general li- censes. In June the members partici- pated in a twenty-four hour field day contest using temporary an- tennas and portable generators. Radio Club joins with thousands of other amateurs throughout the United States to test their ability to communicate under emergency conditions. Seated: Quick Coddington (President), Dave Evans (QLS Committee Chairman), and Leon Bowman (Adviser). Row Two: John Shea (Secretary-Treasurer), Steve Hale (Six- Meter Committee Chairman), and Bob Vance (Vice President). 119 Mike Heyne, President of Student Council Left to Right: Bill Robb (Treasurer), Dick Main (Vice President), Jean Burr (Secretary), and Mike Heyne (President). Senior Representatives, Row One, Left to Right: Sara Lowther, Jean Burr, Susi Guthrie, Anne Lynn, Anita Folkerth, Carolyn Fahrbach, and Marilyn White. Row Two: Mr. Nick Moore (Adviser), Mike Heyne, Jeff Schofield, Phil Curtis, Dick Main, and Bill Robb. Junior Student Council Representatives, Left to Right, Row One: Patty Ryan, Jenny Eck- ler, Sandy Ellenwood, Linda Dickens, Susie Bazler, Linda Griffith, Nanci Missildine. Row Two: Barb Brown, Dick McBride, Clark Cellio, Bob Peck, Jim Hutchins, Steve Stover, Dubby O ' Neil, Tony Wyant. Sophomore Student Council Representatives, Left to Right, Row One: Bill Crait, Beryl Gosnell, Betty Justice, Joelyn von Haam, Linda Lloyd, Laurili Collins, Jim Freeman. Row Two: Carol Hanaway, Sheila Faulstich, Sue Heyne, Nancy Hart, Karen Richards, Gail Hanner. Student Council, a representative, parliamentary organization, functions to promote the interests of Upper Arlington students. Major Council projects included operating the student store, which sold school supplies and refreshments after school, sponsoring the annual Americanism Assembly in the fall, supervising the Homecoming Parade, and issuing attractive Student Directories. Student Council also sponsored reciprocal field trips between neighboring high school student councils and officially represented the student body at various Central-Ohio youth conferences. Members received valuable experience in practical government and dis- cussion. By completely revising the council ' s constitution and by-laws, the body gained new efficiency and influence. Paper Left to Right: Vicki Hittle (Circulation Manager), Karen Dahle (Assistant Business), Mimi Williams (Copy Editor), Mrs. Joyce Ricketts (Adviser), Jenni Dingledine (Copy Editor), Betsy Talbot (Sports Editor), Tom Mansfield (Sports Editor), Jack Maguire (Co-Editor), Jan Crawford (Advertising Man- ager), Carole Kime (News-Feature Editor), Mike Storm (Advertising Editor), Susan Bryant (Co-Edi- tor), Susan Ronson (Feature Editor), Peggy Lang (Feature Editor). Absent: Linda Grafmiller (Manag- ing Editor and Photography Editor) " Quiet, please! Miss Randall is below! " ARLING- TON1AN editorial advisor, Mrs. Joyce Ricketts, often pleaded as the staff worked busily in the tiny journalism office located above Miss Vera Randall ' s English room. The office was furnished this year with several chairs and a type- writer, which were bought with the Buckeye Trading stamps JR, " the pass lass, " was forever collecting from her " staff- rophytes. " The staff began its year while the rest of the school was still on vacation, thus enabling students to receive an ARLINGTONIAN the second day of school. A special on the Student Council elections was distributed on March 27. Double issues were printed for both Christmas and gradua- tion. The ARLINGTONIAN members were the only people in school who majored in car. They were always leaving school to run to the printers, engravers and even to see Miss America! Too many fried hamburgers at the staff Christmas party caused a momentary blackout in the west wing. KspcufiEwy " ARCH Every member of the Fourth Estate suffers periodically from paper rash. Symptoms are glassy eyes, frenzied fingers, and general feyness. As April drew near, the Arlington staff was in quarantine- no visitors allowed. A Communist spy ring was discovered and broken up during the Journalism I semester exam. Featured were America ' s Sweethearts Susan Bryant and Jack Maguire and their daughter Linda Grafmiller, wardrobe mistress Susan Ronson, foreign spy Bill Nuhfer, OSU alum Carole Kime, and FBI agents Peggy Lang and Betsy Talbot. Jan Crawford played the publicity manager, Tom Mansfield the head of the science department, Mike Storm the Chief of Police, and Karen Dahle, Vicki Hittle, Jenni Dingledine, and Mimi Williams members of the movie stars ' entourage. ' Co-editors this year were Susan Bryant and Jack Maguire, who studied journalism at Northwestern University last summer. Susan won third prize for a news feature at the High School Press Club of Central Ohio and Jack a second prize and a first place at the Journalism Association of Ohio Schools. News-feature editor Carole Kime won a second prize for her interview with Patrice Munsel, and Jan Crawford won a trophy for his advertising. And at last the ARLINGTONIAN must confess that Linda Ann Willards, the paper ' s most often quoted student from Mt. Nebo Air Base, Arkansas, is purely fictitious. Annual To members of the NORWESTER staff, April 1 did not bring a fond anticipation of A- pril Fool ' s Day. On the contrary, that was the dreaded date - the dead- line for all of the NOR- WESTER material to go to press. It is no wonder that staff mem- bers and advisers alike went beserk. Climbing walls, delusions of grandeur, and broom flights were common. Annual fever had really broken out. " Sara, where are the extra layout sheets? " " Haven ' t those copy sheets come yet? " " Miss Randall, will you please proof read this so I can type it? " " Have you made the ap- pointment for that picture with Mr. Hildreth? " " The final deadline ' s when, a week from Monday? " These and other similar frantic cries could be heard on Wednesday after- noons in and around room 116. Production began during the summer. The staff members chose a theme, took pictures, and wrote copy. When school opened a new theme was chosen. Hundreds of pictures were taken and retaken, while many more articles were written and rewritten. The staff buried in their work, soon discover- ed a mascot who laid the groundwork for many mirthful and mournful hours. Fever Left to Right, Anita Folkerth (Make-up Edi- tor), Kathy Kern (As- sistant Make-up Edi- tor), Jean Carson (Girls ' Sports Editor), Sydney Wheeler (Liter- ary Staff), Diane Leis (Typist), Susan Ronson (Literary Staff), Kathy Kelly ( Page Editor ) , Chris Leininger (Liter- ary Staff), Bev Brush ( Page Editor ) , Sara Lowther (Editor-in- Chief), Mr. William Pal- lat (Advisor), Miss Vera K. Randall (Ad- visor), Mr. Charles Will (Business Adviser), Sal- ly Sherman ( Co - Art Editor), Jean Burr (As- sociate Editor), Jan Crawford ( Advertising Manager), Susie Heck- man (Co-Art Editor), Carol Baker ( Casuals Editor), Anne Lynn ( Photography Editor ) , Bob Chambers (Circu- lation Manager), Jeff Schofield (Boys ' Sports Editor), Bill Robb (Business Manager). Absent : Mike Heyne ( Page Editor ) , Colin Fink (Literary Staff), Phil Curtis (Literary Staff). At the weekly after-school meetings, assorted cookies, cupcakes, and candy fortified the staff until 5:30 when the meetings usually adjourned. Divisionals were planned, the order of the book was decided on, and the cover design was chosen by the entire staff. From then on, the various editors plus any available recruits worked individually or in small groups. The business staff, led by Mr. Charles Will, met separately to complete their part in the publication of the 1963 NORW ESTER. Finally, after much hard work and much goading by " Jess Belle " Lowther and Miss Vera K. Randall, the April 1 deadline was met and the staff eagerly awaited the arrival of their finished product. •Jk r . per A , ' Jt • • ' i • •.: ' , -:n?4 a ton ool Band Row 1 L to R., Kathy Kelly, Sandy Moeller, Patty Kerr, Martha Christensen, Carol Oakwood, Ann Venzke, Martha McCormick, Christine Leining ' er, Arlene Schick. Row 2, L. to R., Dick Zimmerman, Dick Fisher, Dave Evans, Steve Grinch, John Hartle, Bill Reese Bill Cockrum, George Evans, Pete Morris, Roger Wilson, Bruce Kuhnert, Dave Welsh, Don Renwick, Ron Cook, Tom Martin Nick Eib, Frank McCain, Jim Phillips, John Shea, Jerry Anthony, Director Robert Ginther. Row 3, L. to R., Pat White- side Adelva Best, Nan Evans, Kathy Denton, Mary Corn, Paula Smith, Lynne Anderholme, Marty Clellan, Janet Cronin, Ann Larimer Linda Boder, Nancy Fargo, Patty Guesman, Flo Horsely, Sharon Fogg, Pat Melvin, Sally Hatten, Fred Marsch, Bob Sharer. Row 4, L. to R., Dallas Bagby, Joan Pollack, Carol McGhee, Karen Coe, Barb Schriederer, Eric Bolz, Dennis Crabill, Andy Brewster, Kerry Dean, Jim Burtch, Ted Schaffner, Eddie Shields, Dave Gobel, Dave Balser, Mark Bean, Cheryl Irwin, Judy Simonson, Karen Bartlett, Barb Duncan, Susan Tracey, Allen Feltner, Rick Wilcox. Row 5, L. to R., Director Dave Snapp, Lloyd Snyder Terry Waldo, Bill Anderson, Steve Zumsteg, Jim Battles, Tom Kaylor, John Dyer, Terry Schumann, Bob Dyer, John Sproat ' Herb Kinney, Jim Greene, Tom Smith, Tom Pingel, Dick Baker, Bill Wright, Rick Koch, Bob Brown, John Wennerburg. Band and After a strenuous week of marching, rehearsing, swim- ming, and having fun at Camp Oty ' Okwa in the Hocking Hills, the Upper Arlington marching band began a successful season of half-time entertainment. As soon as school opened, the bandsmen worked hard from 8:00 till 9:20 each morn- ing under the able direction of Robert Ginther, newcomer Dave Snapp, and drum major Jerry Anthony. The results were easily seen and heard on Friday nights when all the turns were sharp, all the lines were straight, all the feet came up, and all the right notes were played fortissimo. Show themes such as " Toyland " with a wooden soldier and a satin doll, a tribute to Dad with a " Sound-Off " drill, and a gala homecoming show with the cha cha, the Charleston, and the twist were received enthusiastically by the crowds. The season reached its climax at the last game when Jerry Anthony led the band through a script " Bears " and the majorettes twirled their fire batons in a candle formation. Many activities besides the Friday night shows kept the band busy during the fall. In order to raise money for projects such as buying new majorette uniforms, the per- sistent band members sold 7200 bars of the World ' s Finest Chocolate door-to-door and in the shopping center early in October. The band also marched in the Homecoming parades of both Arlington and Capital University. On the lighter side, the band members enjoyed bus trips to away games, spreads before home games, and parties after almost every game. Row 1, L. to R., Sandy Moeller, Kathy Kelly, Chris Leininger, Arlene Schick. Row 2, L. to R., Martha Christensen, Ann Venzke, Carol Oakwood, Patty Kerr, Martha McCor- mick. Drum Major Jerry Anthony L. to R., Director Dave Snapp; Carol Oak- wood, secretary; Eric Bolz, president; Ron Cook, vice-president; Bruce Kuhnert, treas- urer; Director Robert Ginther. Row 1, L. to R., Dennis Crabill, Bruce Kuhnert, Tom Martin, Nick Elb, Ron Cook, Terry Waldo. Row 2, Tom Smith, Eric Bolz, John Dyer, Dp.ve Balser, Bob Dyer, Jim Green, Dave Gobel, Director Bob Ginther. Row 3, Lloyd Snyder, Tom Pingel, John Sproat, Eddie Shields. Mervyn Farrar Orchestra Conductor As soon as the football season reached its successful finish, the loud, brassy sounds of the marching band were replaced by the softer melodies of the woodwinds. After a short period of adjustment to this new type of music, the bandsmen began rehearsing for the annual choir and band Christmas program, which included such well-known favor- ites as The Nutcracker Suite and Leroy Anderson ' s Christ- mas Festival. Rehearsal for several school assemblies, a P. T. A. program, the annual spring " Musicana " and the Commencement program occupied the band after the Christ- mas holidays. Orchestra is a relatively new addition to the musical activities at Upper Arlington. Under the baton of Bing Far- rar, the small but hard-working group rehearsed twice a week and performed in the spring instrumental program. The Bear-A-Tones, the school dance band, is perhaps the most pupular of the instrumental organizations. Several of the outstanding Arlington musicians enjoy this extracur- ricular activity. Besides playing for many dances at the U. A. schools, the Bear-A-Tones played special engagements such as a program at the Deshler Hilton Hotel for a National Convention and the spring " Musicana. " Orchestra Violins: Joyce Webb, Mary Jane Langham, Flo Horsly, Donna Nelson. Violas: Janice Baker, Lynne Anderholme (absent). Cellos: Marilyn Kennedy (absent), Colin Finke, Terry Waldo. Contrabass: Lloyd Snyder. Clarinets: Tom Martin, Bruce Kuhnert, Nick Eib. Oboes: Ron Cook, Pat Whiteside. Flutes: Carol Oakwood, Christine Leininger, Nancy Brush. French Horns: Dick Baker, Tom Pingel, Jim Bi- tonte. Trumpets: Tom Smith, John Dyer. Trombones Bob Dyer, Jim Green, Herb ' Kinney (absent). Piano: Genie Snyder. Director: Bing Farrar. Upper Arlington Row One: Barb Boyer, Carol Kime, Jackie DuVall, Julie Baber, Suzanne Senn, Linda Reibel, Janis Baker, Lynn Wilson, Susi Guthrie Nanci Missildine, Karen Cosens, Becky Ylaya, Teri Adams, Linda Loving, Chris St. Clair, Laureli Collins, Janis Tod- hunter ' Anne Lynn, Nancy McClelland, Betsy Stone, Sheila Faulstitch. Row Two: Sandy Wroe, Mardi Cornell, Carolyn Fahrbach, Joelyn Von Haam, Karen Richards, Judy Gerwig, Barb Johnson, Peggy Griner Cathy Wilson, Pam McKee, Ann Medick, Linda Kazienko, Sharon Holcomb, Nancy Fodor, Gretchen Ress, Donna Sebastian Saily Daugherty, Gail Jones, Peggy Head, Claire Denise, Susie Bazler. Row Three: Pris Anderson, Jenine Brady, Lois King, Diane Leis, Julie Harter, Susan Thomas, Jo Gegenheimer, Karen Pease, Sara Lowther Sherry Smith, Judy von Maur, Ann Tarbutton, Darrel Timmons, Elaine Gaupp, Toni Wyant, Mary Jane Langham, Sue Richards ' Marcia Pfieffer, Charlene Spretnak, Bev Brown, Karen Cunningham, Viki Walcutt. Row Four: Bill Allen, Jim Fahrbach, Dave Stone, Bob Shoemaker, Andy Lowery, Johnny Parsons, Greg Bradley, Bucky Patton, Dick McBride Phil Korodi, Gary Allen, Phil Power, Ron Byers, Jim Freeman, John Glenn, Dave Balser, Robin Rupp, Craig Potter Steve Stover, Ned Timmons, Bob Bernard, Doug Hicks, Terry Waldo, Lloyd Filer. Row Five- Bill Reese, Mike Herzog, Tyler Baldock, Herb Kinney, John Mullin, Mike Stillinger, Martin Sweet, Ron Ongaro, Benny Nicola, Tom Wheeler, John Workman, Greg Vajda, Dave Heer, Fred Gatzke, Mike Fidler, Dave Shultz, Tom Fox, Kent Beittel, Mark Anderson, Dave White. Seated, Accompanists Susie Shultz and Betty Jencks. Left to Right, Sharon Holcomb, Secretary; Nancy Fodor, Assistant Secretary; Jim Baas, Vice-President; Carole Kime, Girls ' Co- Social Chairman; Bill Borel, Boys ' Social Chairman; Dick Main, Boys ' Treasurer; Tyler Baldock, President; Joe Fodor, Student Manager; Angie Neasse, Girls ' Treasurer; Nancy McClelland, Girls ' Co-Social Chairman. The 1962-63 Senior Concert Choir under the direction of its founder Herbert S. Yenser began an- other successful year when they sang at the annual opening of the Scioto Country Club swimming pool. In two appearances at the Neil House, the 212 voice choir performed for the Lions ' Club and the Warren-Teed Products dinner. A program at a Greek Orthodox Church in which a Greek hymn was sung and the Third Annual Fall Festival of Song followed the downtown shows. Engagements at Christmas in- cluded three performances at the annual Scioto Country Club dinners, the P.T.A. Yuletide Festival at Jones Junior High School, an assembly at the high school and a special show on WBNS television. Senior Concert Choir ROW ONE: Mr. Herbert Yenser, Susie Shultz, Betty Jencks, Cheryl Bibler, Marilyn Baker, Laura Richards, Angela Neasse, Sandy Ellenwood, Karen Shaeffer, Marty Garvin, Mimi Loscocco, Ann Radebaugh, Sharon Keating, Kathy Anderson, Robbin Moffet, Judy Barnard, Pam Taylor, Barb Berend, Judy Agee. ROW TWO: Ginny Hall, Tracy Black, Dana Webster, Phylis Bruner, Beth Hinsinger, Judy Hubbard, Linda Lewis, Carol Kelsik, Bev Brush, Linda Dickens, Susie Henny, Linda Griffith, Susi Gehring, Beth Slowter, Janis Traphagen, Carol Albin, Carol Yoakum, Jeanie Snyder. ROW THREE: Sandy McPherson, Carol Healey, Marty Clellan, Patty Deishley, Nancy Elright, Pat O ' Rourke, Dee Dee Patter- son, Jean Walter, Libby Powers, Rosemary Grooms, Marcia Graves, Arlene Shick, Shayla Fletcher, Karen Knepper, Cheryl Payne, Sue Fox, Linda Wadley, Virginia Webster. ROW FOUR: Steve Smith, Steve Fox, Steve Kolodzik, Mike Madison, Ken Vaughn, Jerry Irwin, John Lathrop, Bruce Lynn, Jim Phillips, John Millious, Mike Moss, Bill Borel, Ewell Gay, Pete Morris, Larry Trover, Jack Macguire, George Colburn, Mike Stanley, Jerry Anthony, Jeff Sylvester, Ted Shaffner, Jay Graf, Dick Main. ROW FIVE: Jeff Pettigrew, Tom Wheeler, Butch Ashman, Tom Lakin, Doug Dicke, Phil Jones, Bill Radcliffe, Bob Periman, Jeff Heuss, Mike Storm, Dave Cole, Don Ritchie, Tom Meeks, Dick Meeks, Chuck Durrant, Bill Chambers, Steve Smith, Joe Fodor, Dick Baker, Chris Zara, Tom O ' Brien, Bill Pratt, Carl Justice, Jim Baas, Dan Jackson. At the beginning of the second semester tryouts were held for " Show Spree ' 63. " Members of the choir and the entire group played a large part in the talent show which played to full houses tor six performances on March 22, 23, and 29, 30. The Twelfth Annual Spring Choral Festival and the Easter sunrise service for the Knights Templar at the Palace Theatre concluded the choir ' s engagements for the year. On June 6, 68 seniors appeared with the Upper Arlington Senior Concert Choir for the last time as they sang at the graduation assembly. • Swinging Safari Let ' s Go The Sally Rands- starring Jim Carollo in the center Show Spree ' 63 was presented on March 22, 23, 29, and 30. Approxi- mately 350 students participated in this year ' s show. Small Talk- Judy Agee and Jim Baas Teacher ' s Pet The Yoemen- Ned Timmons, Steve Stover, John Workman, Jerry Anthony NATIVE ft ftrikfc fc RU Officers of Summer Rec, Row One, Left to Right: Dick Main (Co-Chairman), Susan Bryant (Co-Chairman), Susan Breese, Anita Folkerth, and Steve Stover. Row Two, Left to Right: Tyler Baldock, Jeff Schofield, Jan Crawford, Carol Baker, Bill Robb. Under the supervision of faculty ad- viser, Mr. Marv Moorehead, this year ' s Summer Recreation was a huge success. The group planned many varied and ex- citing programs including record hops, game night, a talent show, and the big event of the summer-a trip to Cedar Point. Will Betty Justice or the bubble bust? Jim Baas, wouldn ' t a shower do just as well? Talent Night— The Mother Goosers presented " The Three Pittle Igs. " Everyone worked hard on the Summer Rec float for the Fourth of July Parade. n«nifl (!¥f During the first days of school, the Student Supply Store was busy selling school materials to such enterprising students as the ubiquitious Tom Kiewit and Charlie Durrant. Store keepers are Sylvia Neitz, Carol Saurborn, and Linda Dickens. " Come on Bears! " Some of the senior boys don skirts to assist the cheerleaders in a pep rally. As a part of the exam in journalism, students were required to present a skit. Students Jan Crawford, Linda Grafmiller, Susan Ronson, Susan Bryant, and Jack Maguire go for an A. winter, spring, or fall— -fire Seniors, eager to complete their last safari, line up in the book room be- fore the opening of school to get those necessary text books. Denis Trover and Chris Leininger represented Columbus and Southern Ohio at the Electric Company ' s Atom Conference in Chicago. Boys received awards at the winter sports assembly. Sophomore Karen Davis placed second in the nation in the 440-yard run and was a member of the national record-breaking 440-yard relay team. Local foreign exchange students participated in an assembly sponsored by the Arlington Chapter of the American Field Service. Faculty cheerleaders-Mrs. Mary Hoyt, Mrs. Katie Ful- ton, Mrs. Nancy Liber, Mrs. Elizabeth Clifford, and Mrs. Anne Ream-pep up the Bears. Another successful canned foods drive, sponsored by Leaders ' Club. T f 1 1 • M " $ ff - jj 1 m. m Junior girls (pinch hitting for the male contingent) enact a scene from Macbeth. " Lay on Macduff " —maybe? John Glenn and Jim Freeman dissect frogs--a highlight of the program in biology. A Bunte for Thanksgiving?— -Tur- key Kings Dan Sayers, Mr. Fred Bunte, and Phil Macaluso. (Absent: Bucky Patton). Anne Lynn-a typical safari typist. The deadline date for the Nc-rwester ap- proaches. First day confusion— -where to go? Royalty at the Christmas Formal, seated: Miss A.I.M. Barb Brown, and Miss S.O.C. Lynn Wilson. A.I.M. Court; Left to Right: Susie Boehm, Carol Dolby, and Sally Sherman. S.O.C. Court: Pris Ander- son, Pat Ryan, and Barb Boyer. PROTECT OUR CROWN " — First Prize Class of ' 64 Our first American Legion Assembly. Mr. Hildreth and his car are a familiar sight around Arlington. Mr. Lambourne . . . " What do you mean, 20 tickets? ' Chris Leininger, winner of the Betty Crocker Homemaking Contest " It ' s all in the way you read the recipe. " U.A. and Walnut Ridge exchange students for a day. On " Show and Tell Day " Anita Folkerth brought her brother to " share. " Editor Sara Lowther casts aside her editorial worries and enjoys the annual G. A. A. hockey banquet. Mr. Charles Will, founder of the Arlington Chapter of the World Flipper-Dinger Society, demonstrates the proper technique. and the band played on. What ' s that you ' re saying, Mr. Jerry Hooper? and seven to go? four down Phil Korodi and Bob Koblentz model for an art class. Mr. Charles Will instructs parents at the P.T.A. Open House. Triena Decker relaxes after a rigorous stint at the sewing machine. In the fall and winter, calamity after calamity befell many students in U.A. H.S. Victims of mishaps were from left to right: Fred Walker, Bucky Patton, Bill Cecil, Carole Paul, Byron Bachman, and John McClenahan. Chemistry lab gives every student an opportunity to gain practical expedience in the field of science. Mr. William Grant, instructor in American government, again avers that the South will rise again. Mrs. Joseph Harter and Mrs. John McCune judge the boys ' pie baking contest. =2, Noontime Pastime— The Fabulous Four-Bob Aiken, Dick Main, Paul Kuehn, and Jeff Schofield-are again bypassing lunch for bridge. ) jr ' e m Seniors enjoy the Youth-in-Government Day luncheon at Scioto Country Club. Patronizing the school store— -is it gum or paper this time? Principal J. A. Dorff, Mr. William Grant, Mr. Stephen Prichett, and Mr. Nick Moore enjoy themselves at the Teacher Appre- ciation Tea, which was given by the class of 1963. Championship Trail Co-Capt. Keith Chrissinger Sept. 7 Sept. 14 Sept. 2 1 Sept. 28 Oct. 5 Oct. 12 Oct. 19 Oct. 26 Nov. 2 Lancaster South Bexley Worthington Urbana Grandview Whitehall Mount Vernon Delaware Co-Capt. Bill Robb C.B.L. Champions Left to right. Row 1: Terry Howison, Bob Milligan, Paul Kuehn, Phil Macaluso, Jim Baas, John Norton, Lewis Gordon, Corky Liber, Bill Deck John MacGregor, Steve Hayes. Row 2: Jerry Hooper (trainer), Steve Hurst, Gary Browning, Joe Lawless, Jim Hutchins, Chris Zara, Keith Chrissinger, Bill Robb, Phil Korodi, Tom Walker, Dick Main, Ray Zartman Dave Sherman, Fred Eichelberger (coach). Row 3: Marv Morehead (head-coach), Dale Kagy, Gary Spencer, John Parsons, John Kelly, Don Brunton E.J. Pearcy, John Barry, Mike Madison, Greg Bradley, Dick James, Bob Zerman, Scott Schuhart, Pete Corey (coach). Row 4: Bob Nichols (manager), Bill Cochron, Tod Ortlip, John Stowe, Terry Osterstock, Curt Sparks, Dan Dupler, Dan Sayers, Steve Smith, Dick Fishel, Mike Stanley, Bob Straubel (manager). Jim Baas Kieth Chrissinger Lancaster ' s explosive power was too much for the young and inexperi- enced Golden Bears; however, Arlington finally began to move the ball late in the second half. Junior Scott Schuhart made several fine gains, and with thirty seconds left in the game, Co-captain Bill Robb scored from the six yard line for the Bear ' s only tally. Many Arlington players learned a great deal in this, their first varsity game. The Golden Bears rebounded from their initial loss to soundly defeat South. Climaxed by Bill Robb ' s short sprint up the middle, Arlington opened the scoring in the second period with a fifty-six yard march. The Bears scored in the third period and again in the fourth period on runs by full- back Jim Baas. The defense, led by Paul Kuehn and Co-captain Keith Chrissinger, played a solid game, limiting the Bulldogs to a single touchdown. Terry Howison Paul Kuehn Bill Robb Winning its first CBL game of the season, Arlington continued to show improvement. Paul Kuehn recovered a Bexley fumble on the opening kick-off to put the Golden Bears in high gear. Two touchdowns by Jim Baas and one by Bill Robb gave the Bears a commanding 20-0 lead at half time. In the third quarter, however, Bexley scored on two long runs to narrow the score to 20-16. In the final period Arlington came back on a 16-yard run by Bill Robb and an 18-yarder by sophomore halfback Dick Fishel. Guard Phil Macaluso helped the cause by pouncing on two Bexley fumbles. Although the weather was unseasonably warm, winless Gradview certainly gave Arlington a chill. In the first quarter both teams marched deep into enemy territory, but neither could score. After recovering a second quarter Grandview punt, the Golden Bears began a 51-yard scoring drive, climaxed by Jim Baas ' s 5-yard plunge. Baas also supplied the winning margin with a two-point conversion. Grandview ' s only score came at the beginning of the third period. Arlington ' s defense stopped the try for a two-point conversion and prevented any other score to preserve a narrow victory. Bill Deck Wet ground forced the postponement of both the game and the inauguration of Worthington ' s new stadium from Friday night to Saturday night, but the delay did not bother the Bears. Jim Baas and Bill Robb once again supplied the scoring punch. Don Brunton also contributed a six-pointer. Arlington ' s defense was the highlight of the game. The Golden Bear defenders led by Keith Chrissinger, Phil Macaluso, and Paul Duehn limited Worthington to only six first downs. Lewis Gordon Steve Hayes Corky Liber Phil Macaluso A large and enthusiastic Dad ' s Night crowd impatiently watched three quarters of even football before the Golden Bears finally took com- mand. Arlington scored first on a six-yard run by Jim Baas, but Urbana came back late in the second period to make the score 8-8 at half time. In the final period Arlington put the game on ice with a twenty-yard touch- down pass from Bill Robb to end Chris Zara and a three-yard run by Scott Schuhart. The Arlington defense looked especially good in the second half with Paul Kuehn and Keith Chrissinger leading the charge. John MacGregor A standing-room-only crowd saw Arlington slip by Whitehall in a Homecoming game that was closer than the score indicates. Arlington took an 8-0 lead early in the second quarter, but the Rams seized an 8-12 lead at half time. The third quarter was scoreless. In the final period Bill Robb brought Golden Bear fans to their feet with two fine scoring runs. Chris Zara threw a key block to spring Robb on each run. Terry Howison played a strong defensive game and helped to hold Whitehall scoreless in the second half. Bob Milligan The weather was extremely cold at Mt. Vernon, but the Golden Bears were hot as they upped their CBL mark to 6-0. Bob Zerman opened the scoring barrage with a five-yard sprint in the first quarter. Second period touchdowns by Jim Baas and Chris Zara gave Arlington a 22-14 lead at the half. In the second half, a 45-yard run by Jim Baas was more than sufficient to insure a victory for the Golden Bears. Again the defensive team held its opponent scoreless in the second half. Keith Chrissinger and Terry Howi- son were standouts on defense. John Norton Dave Sherman Bob Zerman The CBL championship was up for grabs in this winner-take-all game. Arlington scored first on a 4-yard run by Bob Zerman, but Delaware came right back with a 70-yarder to tie the score 6-6 after one period of play. The Golden Bear offense went to work in the second quarter and scored twenty points. Jim Baas, Bob Zerman, and Terry Osterstock accounted for the touchdowns. After its first period lapse, the defensive team came to life and held Delaware scoreless for the remainder of the game. Jim Baas iced the championship cake with a touchdown in the final period to give Arling- ton an 8-1 record over-all, 70 in the CBL, and a second consecutive CBL championship. 44 Arlington North 34 Arlington Newark 6 33 Arlington Marion 18 22 Arlington Lancaster 8 14 Arlington Worthington 6 43 Arlington Whetstone 29 Arlington South 12 32 Arlington Brookhaven 12 The 1962 Golden Bear reserve football team battled its way to its third undefeated, untied season in four years under the watchful eyes of coaches Jim Burke and Jim Samuels. The reserve team posted an outstanding 8-0 record, including a big 33-12 final game win over previously un- defeated Brookhaven. Backs Mike Stanley and Randy Walker paced the of- fensive team while line-backer Dick Christie sparked the defensive unit. The success of this fine reserve team is also reflected by the outstanding record compiled by the varsity. The weekly varsity-reserve scrimmages were an invaluable source of experience to the young Golden Bears. Several reserve players added to the important bench strength of this year ' s Golden Bear Champions. At the traditional post-season dinner, Coach Burke stated that potentially this was the finest reserve team he had ever coached and that if the team continued to improve Arlington could expect to maintain its status as a CBL power. Seated, Left to Right: Varsity Coaches, Fred Eickel- berger, Marv Moorehead (head coach), Pete Corey. Row Two: Jim Burke, Jerry Hooper, and Jim Sam- uels. Left to Right, Row One: Jim Knight, Fred Walker, Rusty Weidner, Jot Holtzaphel, Jim Cox, Bill Bohannan, Jim Romas, Jeff Miner, Ted Rytel, George Clellan, Dick Christie, Randy Walker. Row Two: Mike Jenton (manager), Mark Farrell, Clark Weid- man, Neil Austin, Steve Vagnier, Bill Eichof, Glenn Ferraro, Mike Maguire, John Ralston, Steve Smith, Gary Nack, Larry Elliot, Dane Nowells, Ernie Ford (manager). Row Three: Jim Burke (coach), Thane Chilton, Ed Roop, Byron Bachman, Dan Jackson, Tom Cameron, Bob Brouse, Butch Ashman, Steve Kolodzik, Bob Hendershot, Bruce Lynn, Ewell Gay, Tim Redifer, Bill Jacoby, Mike Hayward, Jim Samuels (assistant coach). Barb Patten Judy Agee Susi Guthrie Susie Bazler Nanci Missildine " " w. Susie Stecker Sara Lowther Queen Teri Adams Barb Berend Betty Jencks The Court and Queen reign over the Homecoming Dance. Left to Right: Sara Lowther, Betty Jencks, Queen Teri Adams, Barb Berend, and Jean Burr. The Court and their escorts and the cheerleaders play an important part in the Homecoming festivities. During the weeks before Home- coming, the entire student body was busy building the class floats. The junior class float was judged the best at the parade on October 18, which was climaxed by the announce- ment of Teri Adams as Homecoming Queen and the traditional bonfire. Queen Teri and her court reigned over the victory dance after the Bears de- feated the Whitehall Rams by a score of 23-12. Queen Teri is given an autographed football by Co-Captains Bill Robb and Keith Chrissinger. « £1 li « li 9 if i The Tlourt and the Queen are presented to the crowd. Homecoming Finalists: Seated, Left to Right: Betty Jencks, Barb Berend, Teri Adams, Sara Lowther, and Jean Burr. Row Two- Rose- mary Ricker, Pam Ertley, Jane Wells, Valerie Merrick, Beth Curtis and Mary Lou Stevenor. Teri thanks her classmates and Senior class presi- dent Jeff Schofield. ketball Coach Jim Burke and Captain Phil Williams map out future stratedgy. Arlington 48 Gahanna 43 Urbana 55 Arlington 39 Urbana 55 Arlington 36 Arlington 58 Grandview 43 Grove City 55 Arlington 53 Arlington 75 Whitehall 44 Arlington 54 Grandview 40 Arlington 75 Mt. Vernon 53 Arlington 68 West 56 Arlington 58 Delaware 42 Arlington 59 Whitehall 38 Arlington 74 Bexley 45 Arlington 64 Mt. Vernon 59 Arlington 54 Worthington 50 Arlington 56 Delaware 40 Arlington 78 Elgin 51 Arlington 48 Bexley 46 Arlington 59 Eastmor 53 Springfield North 53 Arlington 52 Arlington 59 Worthington 58 Worthington 58 Arlington 51 East 70 Arlington 64 Row One, Left to Right: Tom Wheeler (Manager), Bob Peck, Steve Mauger, Mike Berdelman, Gary Browning, Jim Gable, and Doug Hicks (Manager). Row Two, Left to Right: Coach Jim Burke, Terry Howison, Ted Rose, Dan Spies, John Ashby, Phil Williams, Tom Mansfield, Bill Robb, and Tom Fox (Manager). 161 Phil Williams All-C.B.L. second string John Ashby All-C.B.L. first string Ted Rose All-C.B.L. first string Terry Howison Dan Spies Tom Mansfield Game Highlights ARLINGTON 48 GAHANNA 43 John Ashby ' s five last-period baskets enabled the Golden Bears to maintain a slim lead over the visiting Lions. Ash- by led the Bears with 17 points and Phil Williams added 12 in the game, which proved to be Gahana ' s only reg- ular season defeat. URBANA 55 ARLINGTON 36 The Golden Bears faced a tough as- signment in their second game as the highly regarded Urbana Hillclimbers invaded the home court. An overflow crowd of twenty-four hundred roared its approval as U.A. grabbed a quick 6-2 lead. The margin was short lived, however, and the death blow was dealt in the fourth quarter when Arlington was outscored 23-12. Tom Mansfield led Arlington ' s scoring with 1 1 points and was followed by John Ashby and Ted Rose, each of whom scored 8 points. GROVE CITY 55 ARLINGTON 53 A last second basket by Grove City ' s Dave Beets gave the Greyhounds a two-point victory over the Bears in overtime. Phil Williams played a fine game and scored 24 points. Ted Rose followed with 10 points and contribut- ed a fine floor game. ARLINGTON 54 GRANDVIEW 40 Arlington Golden Bears evened up their record at 2-2 as they dominated most of the play on the losers ' court. John Ashby and Phil Williams shared scoring honors with 13 points each, while Tom Mansfield and Ted Rose followed closely with 1 1 and 10 points respectively. ARLINGTON 68 WEST 56 Arlington ran away to an 18-10 first quarter lead and held off a determined band of Cowboys for the remaining three quarters. Phil Williams and John Ashby collaborated for 37 points, Phil getting 19 and John pocketing 18. Dan Spies added 8 and some fine rebound- ing. ARLINGTON 59 WHITEHALL 38 Ted Rose ' s 17 points led the Golden Bears to a 21-point romp on the home court. Jim Gabel, Bob Peck, and Gary Browning each added a bucket as U.A. upped its C.B.L. record to 2-1. Phil Williams collected 13 points and play- ed a fine defensive game. ARLINGTON 64 MT. VERNON 59 In one of the finest games of the year, the Golden Bears showed fine team balance and a clutch defense at Mt. Vemon. Tom Mansfield led Arl- ington with 19 points, but was closely followed by John Ashby ' s 16 points and Ted Rose ' s 15 markers. U.A. hit 19 of its 38 shots for an even 50% , but actually won the game at the charity stripe, where the Bears collected 26 big points. ARLINGTON 56 DELAWARE 40 Phil Williams led the Bears to a home court victory by collecting 19 points. Tom Mansfield added 1 1 in a game which saw U.A. grab a 15-4 first quarter lead and gradually increase its margin to the final total. ARLINGTON 48 BEXLEY 46 Bexley ' s tenacious defense did a fine job on U.A. ' s front line, holding it to a total of 16 points, but the Blue Lions couldn ' t contain Ted Rose. Playing a tremendous game, Ted connected for 21 points and contributed another fine floor game. The Bears were down 10-7 at the end of the first quarter but finally righted themselves and grabbed a 48- 43 lead in the final minutes. This game left the Golden Bears tied with Urbana and Worthington for first place, all three teams possessing 5-1 records. SPRINGFIELD NORTH 53 ARLINGTON 52 In a non-league game, the Bears put on a late rush which just barely missed. John Ashby led the home team with 1 3 points and Tom Mansfield followed with 1 1 points. Down by as much as seven points, the Golden Bears staged an impressive comeback. WORTHINGTON 58 ARLINGTON 51 Ted Rose ' s basket, with 12 seconds left, tied the score at 51-51 and sent this battle of co-leaders into an over- time. Arlington couldn ' t find the range in the extra session, however, and was outscored 7-0. Eighteen points by Rose and 12 by Phil Williams led the Bears in scoring. URBANA 55 ARLINGTON 39 The Golden Bears traveled to Ur- bana and connected on 42% of their shots. Unfortunately they shot only 33 times, producing 14 field goals. After enjoying a 7-6 first quarter lead, U.A. ' s cagers soon found themselves trailing 25-15 at the half. John Ashby led Ar- lington with 16 points and did a tre- mendous defensive job on Urbana ' s All-Ohio Ed Couts. Couts was held to only four field goals and a total of 10 points, but the Bears dropped their third straight. ARLINGTON 58 GRANDVIEW 43 The Bears repeated their first round win over the Bobcats mostly on the strength of Phil Williams ' 15 points and some fine rebounding by the front line. Following closely behind Phil were John Ashby and Tom Mansfield, who each had 1 1 , Steve Mauger made his first start and contributed 7 points to the cause. ARLINGTON 75 WHITEHALL 44 John Ashby was the whole story in this game. The 6-5 senior dunked in 30 points and scraped the boards for 21 rebounds. Ted Rose contributed 16 points as he and Ashby outscored the entire Whitehall team by two points. Terry Howison collected 5 points and Mike Berdleman added a free throw as the Bears pushed their season record to 9-5. ARLINGTON 75 MT. VERNON 53 Thanks to a 22-point performance by John Ashby, the Golden Bears on the home court killed Mt. Vernon ' s title aspirations. Hitting 56% of their shots, the Bears outscored the Yellow Jackets 27-10 in the third quarter. Ted Rose added 17 points while Dan Spies col- lected 13. Ashby proved to be a tiger on rebounds, too, as he grabbed 20 and led the Bears to their second win of the season over the Jackets. ARLINGTON 58 DELAWARE 42 Balanced scoring by the visiting Bears proved to be the winning secret. Ted Rose led his teammates with 16 points, but was closely followed by Phil Williams with 12 points, Tom Mansfield with 10, and John Ashby with 10. The victory boosted the Gold- en Bears ' C.B.L. record to 9-3. ARLINGTON 74 BEXLEY 45 After compiling an early 20-1 lead, U.A. coasted to its fifth straight vic- tory. Phil Williams scored 20 points, and John Ashby collected 18 as the Golden Bears romped to a repeat vic- tory over the Blue Lions. Bill Robb added 4 points and some nine floor play in a game which saw the Bears leading 41-16 at halftime. ARLINGTON 54 WORTHINGTON 50 A packed gym watched Arlington hit 46% from the field in avenging a first-round defeat to the Cardinals. Leading 26-12, the Bears were forced to stifle a last minute comeback by the determined visitors. Dan Spies and John Ashby led U.A. with 15 points each and were followed by Phil Wil- liams ' 12 points. The Golden Bears completed the regular season with a fine 13-5 record and finished second behind Urbana in the Central Buckeye League. ARLINGTON 78 ELGIN 51 Arlington ventured into the Central District Tournament eighth in position. The Golden Bears had too much height for Elgin and quickly disposed of the Comets. John Ashby led U.A. in scor- ing by collecting 28 points and was fol- lowed by Ted Rose ' s 14 points and Dan Spnes ' 12 points. Bill Robb had a perfect night from the field as he con- nected on all three of his shots and contributed 6 points. ARLINGTON 59 EASTMOOR 53 The Golden Bears ' second engage- ment in the tournament was with the Eastmoor Warriors. After leading by as much as 14 points, the Bears ' lead stood at 53-52 with only two minutes left. Clutch free throws by John Ashby, Bill Robb, Dan Spies, and Ted Rose proved to be the winning margin. Dan Spies took scoring honors with 14 points but was closely followed by Ted Rose ' s 13 points. ARLINGTON 59 WORTHINGTON 58 This was one of those ball games that went right down to the final buz- zer. After leading by as much as ten points, the Golden Bears discovered that their lead had shrunk to only 59- 57 with two seconds left and a jump ball under the Cardinal basket. Wor- thington controlled the tip and made a basket as time ran out. The two points were nullified, however, because of a foul before the shot. The first free throw swished through the nets, and the Coliseum became deathly quiet for the second attempt. The shot rolled around the rim, finally dropped off. and Arlington had its ninth straight victory. Ted Rose led the victorious Bears with 2 I points and was followed by Steve Mauger ' s 9 points. EAST 70 ARLINGTON 64 Phil Williams,, playing the finest game of his career, nearly led the Golden Bears to an upset victory over the top-seeded East Tigers. Behind 18- 10 in the second quarter, the Bears clawed their way to four straight bas- kets and an 18-18 tie. Three times the Bears were down by eight points or more, and twice they tied the Tigers, who were fourth ranked in the state. Only in the closing minutes, when East took a ten-point lead, did a winning comeback seem unlikely. Even at that stage of the game, U.A. led by Ted Rose, Dan Spies, and Bill Robb, kept fighting until the final buzzer. Wil- liams 23 points led all scorers, as the Golden Bears shot a sizzling 57% in their final game. East stopped Arling- ton ' s victory string at nine, and the Bears finished the season with a fine 16-6 record. Gahanna 28 Upper Urbana 32 Upper at Grove City 24 Upper at Grandview 31 Upper at West 41 Upper Whitehall 25 Upper at Mt. Vernon 38 Upper Delaware 20 Upper at Bexley 48 Upper Springfield North 42 Upper at Worthington 23 Upper at Urbana 23 Upper Grandview 27 Upper at Whitehall 34 Upper Mt. Vernon 19 Upper at Delaware 22 Upper Bexley 42 Upper Worthington 32 Upper Arlington 48 Arlington 22 Arlington 28 Arlington 26 Arlington 35 Arlington 35 Arlington 33 Arlington 37 Arlington 36 Arlington 33 Arlington 24 Arlington 20 Arlington 33 Arlington 41 Arlington 38 Arlington 44 Arlington 33 Arlington 27 The Upper Arlington reserve basketball team completed the season with a record of 9-9 over all and 7-7 in Central Buckeye League warfare. The reserves provided the fans with many thrills during the season including a 24-23 squeak- er in their iirst meeting with Worthington. A 38-19 victory over Mt. Vernon will be remembered by the players, as they avenged an earlier five-point defeat. Bill Craft led the reserves in scoring with 107 points, and he joined with Bill Radcliffe in ruling the backboards for the reserves. Ross Bartschy proved to be the best foul shooter on the club, and Randy Walker, Rob Rudolph, and Mike Stanley handled the guard positions very capably. Reserve Basketball Row One Left to Right: Dan Sherman, Dennv Hooker, Mike Stanlev, Jerrv Snyder, Rob Rudolf, Randy Walker, and Mike Jenton (Manager). Row Two, Left to Right: Coach Fred Eickelberger, Glen Farraro, Bill Kraft, Ted Rytel. Bill Radcliffe, Ross Bartschy, .lohn Slowe, and Tom Ewing. Cross-Country W ' First row, left to right: Manager Eddie Sherwood, Tom Reed, Charles Mahan, Ben Nicola, Captain Bob Merritt, Jerry Anthony, Lloyd Filer, Tom Collins, Larry White, Dick Wills. Second row, left to right: Coach Larkin, John Millious, Bill Chambers, Tom Sanders, Gene Putterbaugh, Mark Rogers, Jamie Zeisler, Phil Jones, Terry Williams, Eddie Norris, Noble Kheder. Third row, left to right: Tom Hartman, Bill Schwenker, Tom McCarter, Richard Lewis, Bob Peck, John Mullin, John Glenn, Dick Baker, Jamie Sanders, Steve Rhinehart, Alex Hostettler. Fourth row, left to right: Jim Magnuson, Fred Mees, Robin Rupp, Felda Hardymon, Larry Larrimer, John Hays, Rick Gordon, Bob Scott, Jim Williams, Dave Yerke, Mike Buchanan, Craig Towle. Once again Coach Richard Larkin guided the Upper Arlington thinclads through a fine season. Led by seniors Bob Merritt and Lloyd Filer, juniors Bob Peck, Ed Norris, Mark Rodgers, and Tom Saunders, and sophomores Jim Magnuson and Fred Mees, the U.A. two-milers compiled an outstanding 8-3 record. The team ' s record included dual meet victories over Columbus East, Logan, Columbus North, Springfield South, and Linden McKinley, as well as two tri- meet firsts against Columbus West-Grandview and Columbus South-Hilliards. The Arlington harriers also made a good showing in the Central District Meet, placing fourth. Captain Bob Merritt had the year ' s best time, a 10:37 clocking at the Worthington Relays on October 13, while Bob Peck ' s 10:56 ran a close second. At the Fall Sports Banquet Bob Merritt received the Coach ' s Award for being first the greatest number of times (10 firsts in 15 meets). Bob Peck was chosen the team ' s most valuable runner and Fred Mees the team ' s most im- proved runner. Ed Norris and Bob Peck were announced as the 1963 Cross Country co-captains elect to climax a great banquet and a fine season. Coach Richard Russell; Seniors, Steve Bettes, Mark Ander- son, Bob Chambers, and Steve Parker. Left to Right: Co-captain Mark Anderson, Coach Richard Russell, and Co-captain Bob Chambers. Swimming The tankers, led by senior co-captains Bob Chambers and Mark Anderson, fashioned a fine 10-5 dual meet record for the 1962-63 season. Swimming against ranking teams throughout the state, the Bears were in top-notch condition in capturing the Central Ohio Swim League, City Relays, and Central District crowns for the eighth consecutive year. Ail-American Tom Lakin, state freestyle champion, paced the record-breaking splashers by establishing new marks in the 50, 100 and 400 yard freestyle events. His times were 22.7, 49.5, and 4:22.7 respectively. Tom Call posted new school records in the 200-yard freestyle, 1:55.6, and 200-yard individual medley, 2:21.9. Senior co-captain Mark Anderson lowered the 100-yard backstroke time al- most three seconds to 59.0. The 200-yard freestyle relay team (John Lathrop, Tom Call, Bob Chambers, Tom Lakin) set a new record of 1:33.0 in finishing second in the state meet. The team concluded the year by placing fifth in the state meet. With a superior group of sophomores and many outstanding returning lettermen, the mermen can look for- ward to another spectacular year. Row One, Left to Right: Dick Wills, Andy Lowery, Jerry Henry, John Millious, Mark Bean, Greg Cowman, John Lathrop, Tim Morgan, Greg Katynski. Row Two, Left to Right: Ron Byers, Bill Wright, Tim Danforth, Bill Swanson, Dick Shoemaker, Tom Call, John St. Clair, Ewell Gay, Pete Hall, Dave Bearse. Row Three, Left to Righ.: Jim Heap, Sonny Ward, Steve Parker, Bob Chambers, Mark Anderson, Tom Lakin, Steve Bettes, Dave Herr, Coach Richard Russell. Left to Right: Coach Jerry Hooper, Tom Collins (Acting Cap- ain), Jim Baas (Captain). Wrestling The wrestling season started well for the Golden Bears, led by Captain Jim Baas and acting Captain Tom Collins, as they soundly defeated rival Hilliards twenty-eight to eigh- teen. They placed third out of eight teams in the Franklin Heights Holiday Tournament. The team proceeded to finish the season with a five-win, six-loss record in dual meets. The highlight of the season came in the district tournament where Arlington beat two teams that had previously beaten them, and the Golden Bears took fifth place out of thirty- four teams in this area. Tom Saunders and Pete Morris qualified for the state meet by being first and second respectively in the district tournament. The season closed with the banquet at the Grandview Inn on March 11. It was announced that next year ' s co- captains would be Tom Saunders and Tom Bates. Tom Saunders, who finished the season with a record of 22-4-1, was given the trophy for the team ' s leading scorer. The Out- standing Team Member Award went to Captain Jim Baas and Dave Sherman, who both received severe knee injuries during the season. Row One, Left to Right: Tom Hartman, Tom Bates, Steve Cannell, Bruce Johnson, Pete Morr is, Tom Collins, Jim Baas, David Sherman, Tom Saunders, Tom Walker, Phil Jones, and David Erickson. Row Two, Left to Right: Coach Jerry Hooper, Steve Wheeler, Jim McCormick, Bill Eickhof, Rich Greiser, Jim Fahrbach, Bob Bruce, Rick Parsons, Bob Brouse, Wally Neidenthal, Steve Vagnier, John Wegman, and Assistant Coach Jake Baas. Row Three, Left to Right: John Norton, Rick Henderson, Dan DeGood, Jeff Miner, Larry Hilditch, Dubby O ' Neill, Carl Case, Jim Lewis, Mike Munsch, Steve Smith, Jim Lynch. Row Four, Left to Right: Bob Sharer, Jay Collins, Felda Hardymon, Thane Chilton, Jim Barnes, Mike Tomcik, Bob Merritt, Bob Kottman, Dennis Fabyan, Terry Williams, and Bill Schwenker. 167 Baseball Guided by Coach Pete Corey and led by Captain Ted Rose, the U.A. base- ball team promises to be a strong contender for the C. B. L. crown. Though there are only two returning lettermen, Ted Rose and Phil Williams, seniors John Ashby, Mike Heyne, and Benny Nicola along with the lettermen form a sub- stantial senior core. If solid support is received from the junior members of the team, this ball club will be a good one. Row One, Left to Right: Tim McHenry (Manager), Ben Nicola, Gary Ebright, Terry Howison, Mike Heyne, Ted Rose, John Ashby, Phil Williams, Jim Baas, Bill Taylor, Don Reed (Manager). Row Two, Left to Right: Bill Smothers, John Izzie, John Barry, John Tarbox, Dick Ryan, Terry Massaro, Roddy Burns, Ted Howell, Gary Spencer, Bob Bush, Pete Corey (Coach). Row Three, Left to Right: Fred Eickelberger (Coach), Glenn Farraro, Tom Buell, Mike Logan, Tom Hartman, Mike Stanley, Howard Green, Larry Hilditch, Gary Knack, Jim Herbst, Achim King. Row Four, Left to Right: Roger Wilson, Mike Hay ward, Roger Wilson, Toppy Ezell, Terry Oster- stock, Rusty Weidner, Bill Radcliffe, Jeff F olkerth, Russ Fuller, Byron Bachman, Steve Johnson, Jeff Hanson. Track Row One, Left to Right: Jamie Sanders, E. J. Pearcy, Ray Zartman, Chuck Ream, Tim Re- vell, Chris Zara, Bill Deck, Dennis Rotondo, Bob Milligan, Phil Macaluso, Paul Kuehn, John Kelly, Mike Stillinger, Jerry Williams, James Zeisler, Larry White, Lloyd Filer, Coach Dick Larkin. Row Two, Left to Right: Bob Peck, Mark Rogers, Ed Norris, Dick Baker, Bill Cockran, Jeff Heuss, Dale Kagy, Jim Knight, Carl Watkins, Jim Hutchins, Tom Read, Tom Poole, Terry Wil- liams, Tim Redifer, Charles Mahan, Steve Young, Val Leshy, Coach Marv Moorehead. Row Three, Left to Right: Mike Welch, Terry McClean, John Hays, Tod Ortlip, Charles Car- michael, Bill Schwenker, Bill Chambers, Steve Smith, Jot Holzaepfel, Dan Jackson, Colby Hillman. George Jacobson, Dick Wills, Greg Bradley, John Parsons, Graig Potter (Manager). Row Four, Left to Right: Bill Anderson, Craig Richter, Mike Buchanan, Andy Brewster, Da ve Yerke, Bill Gardner, Mike Heath, Larry Larrimer, Tommy Decker, Dave Fisher, Jim Magnu- son, Thane Chilton, Bruce Lynn, Steve Smith, Charles Schwenker, Dick Davidson, Fred Car- mack (Manager). Row Five, Left to Right: Dennis Fabyan, Bill Jacoby, Randy Walker, Dan Dupler, John Ral- ston, Steve Ryan, John Stowe, Rick Wetwiler, Phil Korodi, Dick McBride, Dick James, Bob Hendershot, John Downing, Bob Scott. The track team, paced by senior Captain Paul Kuehn, face this year ' s challenging schedule with eight return- ing lettermen. Bolstered by many sophomore varsity prospects, the thin clads should capture their share of district and league hon- ors. The Golden Bears are coached by Mr. Richard Larkin. The perenially strong golf team once again faces a very difficult schedule. With four returning lettermen, led by co-captains Chuck Durrant and Ron Byers and supported by fine sopho- more potential, the golfers are confident of improving last year ' s 11-7-1 and fifth place district finish. Golf Left to Right: Ron Byers, Tom Pingle, Charlie Durrant, Clark Cellio, Bob Rudolph, Bruce Ad- ler, and Coach Bill Thomas. Tennis Upper Arlington ' s tennis team will again prove to be a strong contender on Ohio courts this spring. Coach Dave Shelby reported that over fifty boys tried out for positions on the squad. Co- captains Dan Spies and Tom Mansfield, the defend- ing state champion, will lead the other returning let- termen, Don Stone, Bob Zerbst and Randy Lewis to another successful season. Row One, Left to Right: Randy Lewis, John White, Steve Hurst, Randy Fisher, Mike Berdel- man. Row Two, Left to Right: Bob Zerbst, Mark Walker, Dan Spies, Tom Mansfield, Don Stone, and Coach Dave Shelby, ■ " jff " : - B - ' -- Anita Folkerth Treasurer Barb Patten Social Chairman Judy Agee Publicity Chairman Anne Lynn Vice President Mrs. Elizabeth Davis Adviser Mrs. Margaret Samuels Adviser A spirited game of hockey on November 15, 1962. A strenuous game of checkers is hard on the girl athlete. Hockey enthusiasts take to cover on a cold day in November. Anne Lynn, Carol Baker, Anita Folkerth, Sara Lowther, and Jean Car- son look imploringly at their mascots, which are dedicated to carry the girls to victory. - = 2? - . wf ms J -ji • K ' ■ s- r WL «■ Wr . Sud Harding Bowling Head Betty Justice Softball Head Nancy Schnittke Track Head The job of sports head is certainly not an easy one. This is why each girl nominated for the office must be hard- working, capable, and efficient. She keeps a record of every girl who participates and the number of points each ac- cumulates. The sports head must also set up every tourna- ment and secure officials for each game. The G.A.A. sports year began in the fall with Ginny Mclntire and Mrs. Margaret Samuels getting the hockey season under way. About two weeks after the hockey var- sity and reserve teams had been chosen, the volleyball tournament, led by Betsy Talbot, began. Any member of G.A.A. who did not make the hockey teams was eligible to participate in volleyball. Also in the fall the tennis team made pre-season selections with Frankie Liebermann in charge. The team was chosen at this time to eliminate time- consuming tryouts in the spring. The basketball season was soon to follow. With Barb Shoop, Mrs. Samuels, and Mrs. Elizabeth Davis ' s leader- ship three teams were chosen, one from each grade, to Susie Stecker Archery Head play other schools. Beginning in January of 1963, intra- mural teams participated in tournaments. Shortly after basketball was initiated, an experimental program of rec- reation was tried. A few enthusiastic females played ping pong and checkers. This program was headed by sopho- more Karen Davis. Eager female bowlers frequented Fiesta Bowling Lanes on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons beginning in Feb- ruary. Susan Harding had the task of keeping track of who bowled on which alley, the proper day for each team to bowl, and of course, the money. With spring coming around the corner, several sports got under way. These events included golf, headed by Kathy Kern; softball, headed by Nancy Schnittke; and tennis headed by Frankie Liebermann. The G.A.A. events were concluded in May with the annual banquet where awards and the announcement of the new officers were the highlights. Karen Davis Recreation Head Kathy Kern Golf Head Ginny Mclntire Hockey Head Betsy Talbot Volleyball Head S Alice Hatcher Sports Chairman H E 3D Frankie Liebermann Tennis Head Barb Shoop Basketball Head Varsity Hockey T .1 ROW ONE: Left to Right, Anne Lynn, Teri Adams, Jean Burr, Barb Berend, Elaine Prichard, Ginny Mcln- tire, Jean Carson. ROW TWO: Betsy Talbot, Carol Baker, Alice Hatcher, Sara Lowther, Toni Wyant, Claire Denise, and Dee Dee Patterson. ROW ONE: Left to Right, Mary Ellen Hoadley, Sharon Maby, Bev Brown, Pat Lawless, Susie Bazler, Susie Nuern- berg, Lynn Bradford, Carol Yoakum. ROW TWO: Chris Koerner, Shari Smith, Carla Manning, Sharon Keating, Karen Davis, Joelyn Von Haam, and Molly Eckler. v I $ fH ft $ £ ., ffif : Wt ' M ml ockey Team Gym Assistants ROW ONE: Left to Right, Barb Brown, Marilyn White, Carol Dolby, Cynthia Van Fossen, Sally Eagleson, Joanie Pulasky, Marty Garvin, Bev Brown, Susie Nuernberg. ROW TWO: Pat Lawless, Francine Bogatin, Carol Yoakum, Nancy Schnittke, Mary Jane Nelson, Beth Evans, Triena Decker, Viki Gosnel, Donna Sebas- tian. ROW THREE: Marta Kalback, Ginny Mclntire, Claire Denise, Barb Patten, Melanie Tharp, Sara Low- ther, Carol Baker, Sharon Maby, Jean Carson, and Sherrie Kichton. INTRAMURAL CHAMPS VOLLEYBALL ROW ONE: Left to Right, Karen Dahle, Marilyn White, Cynthia Van Fossen, Carol Dolby. ROW TWO: Jane Wells, Judy Schiemann, Francine Bogatin Janie Moench, Barb Brown. ROW ONE: Left to Right, Betsy Talbot, Penny Varga, Carol Dolby. ROW TWO: Left to Right, Judy Shiemann, Patty Law- less. Bowling Champions. Left to Right, Carol Saurborn, Anne Medick, Patty Jeffers, Sylvia Nietz, Lynn Wilson, and Libby Powers. Varsity Basketball Team KUW UINt: l eit 10 Klgni, Laiui DdMl, jaia uunuiti, nunc « v,... .» w., _, r . -r n t „-A ROW TWO: Susan Bryant, Ginny Mclntire, Jean Burr, Barb Snoop, Rosemary Ricker, Betsy Talbot, and Barb Fitzsimmons. VARSITY 19 St. Mary 32 26 Worthington 15 28 Grandview 15 22 Grove City 25 17 West 24 JUNIOR VARSITY 19 St. Mary 17 12 Worthington 13 21 University 19 12 Grandview 6 15 Grove City 24 13 West 28 ROW OIs McCune. Pat Guesm »ft to Right Alice Hatcher, Nancv Schnittke, Susie Bazler, Peti Shields, Toni Wyant TWO: Nanci Missildine, Carol Yoakum, Susi Gehring, Linda Perkins, Sharon Ma , Nancy by, and Reserve Basketball Team ROW ONE: Left to Right, Shaylah Fletcher, Pat Stridsberg, Nancy Popa, Gloria Nichols, Margie Johnston, Karen Schaffer. ROW TWO: Beryl Gosnell, Helen Hatcher, Sue Furste, Karen Pease, Karen Richards, Shari Smith, Kathy Kitchen, Sally Hatten. Barb Brown and Vicki Gosnell Hard-working managers Superior effort by Carol Baker ' Sinkemism ' HRUNKEN Honor Students Christine Leininger The student maintaining the highest average through- out high school in the class of ' 63 was Christine Leininger, 3.97222. Following her closely was Bruce Kuhnert, 3.97059. Next in order of their point averages were these stu- dents: Jeff Schofield, Barb Rauh, Tom Fox, Marcia Graves, Karen Cosens, Mike Heyne, Phil Curtis, Laird Blackwell, Linda Riebel, and Tom Collins. After the end of four six weeks ' periods, four students in the class of ' 64 held 4.0 semester averages and had re- ceived all A ' s for the fourth six weeks. These junior honor students were Karl Case, Karen Coe, Nancy Deckard, and Susan Stephens. Bruce Kuhnert Susie Stephens, Chip Case, Nancy Deckard, Karen Coe. High Ranking Senior Row I, left to right: Barb Rauh, Karen Cosens, Christine Leininger, Marcia Graves, Linda Riebel. Row II, left to right: Tom Collins, Laird Blackwell, Jeff Schofield, Mike Heyne, Tom Fox, Phil Curtis, Bruce Kuhnert. ational Honor Society Every spring the National Honor Society has a formal induction ceremony for its new members. The upper twenty per cent of the senior class and the upper ten per cent of the junior class are eligible for membership. However, only ten per cent of eligible seniors and five per cent of eligible juniors are actually selected for membership. The selection is based on scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Perform- ing an invaluable service to the school, the National Honor Society operates the book store under the direction of Mr. Ellis Lutz, the society ' s adviser. Row I, left to right: Mr. Lutz, Carol Baker, Peggy Lang, Christine Leininger, Kathy Kelly, Karen Cosens, Betsy Talbot. Row II, left to right: Jeff Schofield, Mike Heyne, Larry Conrad, Sara Lowther, Barb Rauh, Phil Curtis, Marcia Graves, Jean Burr, Bob Dyer, Tom Collins. Quill and Scroll Row I, left to right: Peggy Lang, Susan Bryant, Betsy Talbot, Susan Ronson. Row II, left to right: Carol Kime, Vicki Hittle, Jack McGuire, Miss G. Ellen Mann. Quill and Scroll is an international society to honor student journalists. On April 2 there was an impressive as- sembly ceremony to initiate new members from the Arling- tonian and Norwester staffs. Because of the nature of the society, the meetings are limited but important. Qualifica- tions for a prospective candidate include a specified amount of superior work in the field of journalism; a place in the upper third of the class from ninth grade or for current year; a junior or senior; and recommendation by the adviser. Miss G. Ellen Mann serves as the adviser of Quill and Scroll. ational Merit High Scorers Susan Bryant, Christine Leininger, Ron Cook, Phil Curtis, and Dennis Trover qualified both as Na- tional Merit Semifinalists and as Finalists. They were among 11,000 Semifinalists, or two-thirds of one per cent of all secondary school seniors in the nation. Semifinalists were chosen on the basis of the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test scores of the junior year. Those Semifinalists who also received high scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test were named Finalists. In the spring approximately ten percent of the Final- ists received National Merit Scholarship awards. NATIONAL MERIT HIGH SCORERS: Ron Cook, Phil Curtis, Christine Leininger, Susan Ronson, Denis Trover. Ranking In The State Row I, left to right: Bob Brown, Sally Lemley, Christine Leininger, Lewis Gordon, Laird Blackwell. Row II, left to right: Denis Trover, Ron Cook, Craig Allen, Bill Robb, Phil Curtis, Eric Bolz, Tom Collins. The Senior Scholarship Test was given to the top forty per cent of the graduating class. The results of the test show the class of 1963 to have honors on the State, district, and county levels. The test was an indication of the achievement made in five areas: history, science, English, reading and comprehension. Christine Leininger led the group by ranking sixth in the district and receiving honorable mention in the State and county. Both Sara Lemley and Craig Allen ranked twenty- fourth in the district and received honorable mention in the S tate and county. The following seniors received honorable mention in the district, county, and the State: Tom Collins, Ron Cook, Phil Curtis, David Erickson, Lewis Gordon, Jack McGuire, Bill Robb, Jeff Schofield, Denis Trover, Eric Bolz, Robert Brown, Laird Blackwell, and Barb Fitzsimmons. Senior Scholarship Team Row I, left to right: Cheryl Combs, Karen Cosens, Linda Grafmiller, Mary Lynn Dixon, Carrol, Mc- Cune, Jean Carson, Carol Dolby, Francine Bogatan, Triena Decker, Beth Curtis, Barb Patten, Frankie Liebermann, Sally Lemley. Row II, left to right: Betsy Talbot, Marty Clellan, Nan Evans, Cheryl Irwin, Susan Bryant, Carol Baker, Linda Heflin, Vicki Morelock, Barb Rauh, Susan Ronson, Chris Leininger, Barb Fitzsimmons, Jenny Hall, Sara Lowther. Row III, left to right: Jean Burr Rosemary Grooms, Carolyn Fahrbach, Dick Main, Lewis Gordon, Craig Allen, Jeff Schofield, Bill Robb, Mike Heyne, Anne Lynn, Anita Folkerth. Row IV, left to right: Tom Collins, Tim McHenry, Fred Gatzke, Larry Conrad, Colin Fink, Dennis Trover, Jack McGuire, Phil Curtis, Laird Blackwell. panis h National Honor Society Row I, left to right: Carol Oakwood, Judy Agee, Mrs. Gloria Ecker, Susie Henney, Frankie Liebermann. Row II, left to right: Karen Lambourne, Diane Trubov, Judy Simonson, Nancy Champion, Bev Brown, Wally Neidenthal, Bob Kotman, Bill Cochrum, Kris Ledford, Bev Gant, Margaret Godby, Ann Thomas, Susie Stecker. Absent: John Ashby, Vice-President; Mark Anderson, Secretary. New members not shown who were initiated on March 28: Battles, Boyd, Carmichael, Collins, Dunson, Dyer, Durrent, Eib, Ferraro, Flick, Fol- kerth, Glaze, Gobel, Gosnell, Gustafson, Hart, Hartman, Herd, Howe, Huntwork, Kitchten, Larimer, Lephart, Luidens, McClintock, McCune, McLean, VonMaur, Morelock, Morrow, Mullin, Nack, Purrett, Revell, Schoen, Skelton, Stiles, Stine, Supp, Szedlack, Temple, Tracy, Tynam, Whitebeck, Whiteside, Wilke. Spanish National Honor Society is to give recognition to those students excelling in Spanish who hope to continue it for four years. To become a member, the students must maintain an A or B average in Spanish and fairly good grades in other subjects. Initiations are held once a year for new members of " Gabriela Minstral, " the Upper Arling- ton Chapter. The Spanish National Honor Society is under the sponsorship of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portugese and is Nationwide. There are 120 chapters all over the United States and 22 in the State of Ohio. Mrs. Gloria Ecker is the adviser. Becky Ylaya, Bob Dyer, Chrissy Wollam, Kathy Kelly. The American Field Service is a national organization which strives to promote world friendship through a program of international scholarships. These scholarships are offered to qualified foreign students who wish to live with an American family and study at an American high school. Of secondary importance is the Americans Abroad program whereby a high school junior can spend a summer, semester, or school year as part of a family abroad. Although Arlington High School has par- ticipated in the American Field Service pro- gram for four years, it was only this year that a school club was formed to publicize the ac- tivities of this worthy organization. Mr. Charles Will served as faculty adviser. Boys ' and Girls ' State Jeff Schofield, Anne Lynn, Bill Robb, Susan Bryant, Dick Main, Sara Lowther. Each summer the American Legion post sponsors six representatives to Buckeye Girls ' and Boys ' State. The delegates chosen to represent Upper Arlington from the class of 1963 were Susan Bryant, Sara Lowther, Anne Lynn, Dick Main, Bill Robb, and Jeff Schofield. Over two thousand young people participated in setting up governments patterned after the local and state govern- ment of Ohio. Buckeye Girls ' State was held at Capital Uni- versity whereas Buckeye Boys ' State was organized on the campus of Ohio University. The delegates were given the opportunity to elect their officials and then to work together to create a successful government. By actual participation they were able to learn and understand many state governmental procedures. Ranking In The Class SI A A j - Ar- EXCHANGE illip ' s Pharmacy FOR PRESCRIPTIONS — of course 1371 Grandview Ave. (across from the post office) HU. 8-6634 JOE PHILLIPS, Pharmacist Stew Harrison ' s 31st year serving tasty and well-seasoned Lunches and Dinners HU. 8-0129 For Competent, Honest Representation in buying that first home, call " HER " Harley E. Rouda Co., Realtors HU. 6-9667 DRIVE-IN SHAKES 200 HAMBURGS 15? CHEESEBURGER 19 FRENCH FRIES 10ft GRILLED CHEESE 15 1276 West 5th Ave. at Northwest Blvd. Flowers by ARLINGTON FLORAL 1966 N. Mallway HU. 8-6363 Columbus 21, Ohio Bernice J. Hall U. A. H. S. Students Enjoy Eating at JERRY ' S DRIVE-IN Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1963 RIFE ' S MARKET W. Fifth Grandview Ave. HU. 8-7151 Congratulations to the CLASS of 1963 Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Crawford I am NOT a member of The Class of 1963 Your Friend Admiration Beauty Salon HU. 8-6767 1527 N.W. Blvd. Columbus 21, Ohio Compliments of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Folkerth Class of 1940 Anita Jeff Connie Andrew 1963 1965 1967 1979 BOLIN HENRY INCORPORATED Painting Contractors 1020 West Goodale Columbus 8, Ohio AX. 9-1103 GRANDVIEW CYCLE STORE MEMBER OF GRANDVIEW BUSINESS ASSOCIATION SCHWINN HUFFY BICYCLES KEYS MADE ROBT. HEXTER SON LAWN BOY, HUFFY TORO MOTO MOWER LAWN MOWER PARTS AND SALES We Service What We Sell 1655-57 W. 1st AVE. PHONE HU 8-1471 CONGRA TULA TIONS to the Class of ' 63 The FISHEL COMPANY The Sound of Quality WBNS RADIO CBS at 1460 kc. SEILER ' S SERVICE Dealer in SINCLAIR Products 2060 Arlington HU. 8-0144 TUNE-UP and BRAKE SERVICE RUPP Insurance Agency 2110 Arlington Avenue HU. 6-5100 Columbus 21, Ohio Compliments of Flick IGA Market 2080 Arlington Ave. HU. 8-1551 Arlington and Grandview Upholstering Custom made furniture by master craftsmen 2068 Arlington Ave. Columbus 21, Ohio ALFRED GEORGE WELLS Bill Owen ' s Appliances Buy Your Color TV Here RCA and ZENITH WE SERVICE COLOR 1375 W. LANE AVE. HU. 6-4351 KEMPER ' S PHARMACY 2064 Arlington Ave. HU. 8-2644 Good Luck Seniors SHAFFER MUSIC CO. 849 North High St. FRISCH ' S BIG BOY 1850 Northwest Blvd. HU. 64378 ch o colate cream : — pie: iisi Lit Compliments of Fifth Avenue Floral 1877 Kenny Road HU. 8-1106 Compliments of Arlington Mower Cycle 2447 North Starr Rd. HU. 8-2364 ARLINGTON ARMS MOTEL 100 Ultra-Modern Rooms 1335 Dublin Road Columbus 21, Ohio HU. 6-0211 Durrant Furniture For Contemporary Living 1325 W. Lane Ave. HU. 6-5245 Good Luck from Eagle ' s Candies Home Store 1941 W. 5th Ave. HU. 8-2531 Whafs the difference between a Gopher and a Goose? Find out at TRI-VILLAGE STUDIO Compliments of Denune Pipie Realty Co. 1286 W. Lane 488-0040 GOOD LUCK! RIVERSIDE HARDWARE 2820 Nottingham HU. 6-7020 Congratulations to the Senior Class from The Class Officers ' Parents Compliments of Star Lane Gulf Service North Star and Lane Avenue Dick Simmers, Prop. HU. 8-0233 Hirsch Hirsch leave It 2 HitscK vAovUiivsur VHu8-97 yes . . . for a vacation of real fun let ' s bowl at Scioto Lanes 1400 Dublin HU. 6-5291 yes! It ' s completely air-conditioned Aluminum Windows Doors Aluminum Siding The John W, Hayward Co. STORM WINDOWS SCREENS - STORM DOORS 1374 King Ave. Columbus 12, Ohio Peg Stevens Flowers ' Flowers Designed Especially For You ' 4171 Kenny Road Columbus 21, Ohio 4514244 ROMEO ' S PIZZA Since 1950 ' The Year Columbus Discovered Pizza ' two locations 1576 W. 5th Ave. HU. 6-1643 And rear of 278 W. Lane Ave. AX. 1-7216 carry out only at Lane Ave. Lombards Furniture, Floor Coverings, Fabrics, Interior Decorating 1725 West Lane Av. HU. 6-9591 You con see the Volkswogen people have had lots of practice. From the beginning, they ' ve put all their time and effort into the one basic model. They learned to make every part fit every other part so well, the VW is practically air-tight. The engine is so carefully machined and assembled, you can drive a new VW at top speed all day. Volkswagen doesn ' t change the car to make it look different, only to make it work better. When a change is made, Volkswagen gees out of the way to make the new part fit older Volks- wagens, too. Result: We can repair and service any year Volkswagen, even the earliest. (Why not? They use mostly inter- changeable parts!) In 1962, more American than ever (about 225,000) bought themselves new Volkswagens. Why? One reason: Unlike most conven- tional cars, the VW doesn ' t go out of style every year or two. (To discover other reasons, we suggest you come in and take the ' 63 Volkswagen for a drive.) Everyone ' s Getting the BUG!! MIDWESTERN Sales Service, Inc. ® 1855 Northwest Blvd. 486-0614 Congratulations Seniors Compliments of Cutter ' s Fifth Avenue 1464 W. Fifth Avenue The Howard D. Smith Co. Sportswear for men women ' " Jewelry — Cosmetics — Gifts Best Wishes to the Graduates CHEF-O-NETTE Tremont Shopping Center Restaurant Kingsdale Shopping Center Tremont Shopping Center first community village A LIVING CENTER FOR OLDER PERSONS Upper Arlington can be justly proud of the educational resources available, to her youth. Now, it can be equally proud of the resources available for creative living in the later years. First Community Vil- lage, 1800 Riverside Drive, offers a new way of life for older persons. John W. Galbreath Co. Contractors Columb us DeSantis Florist Always the finest in floral arrangements . 1 875 Henderson 451-4414 Week Days 10:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. -6:00 a.m. Alfred ' s Barber Shop 1785 Kingsdale Center 5 Barbers Alfred Capuano HU. 8-5432 Now two locations .... for your dining pleasure Presutti ' s Vi 1692 West Fifth Ave. HU. 8-6400 Known Coast to Coast for the finest of American and Italian foods Presutti ' s Suburban 130 Dublin Rd. HU. 6-4000 Kingswood Lumber Open All Day Saturday Free delivery Shoppers Charge Service 942 W. Third Ave. AX. 4-3723 BEST WISHES to the Class of ' 63 McKinley Lane Ave. Drugs Lane Ave. Shopping Center Scioto View Pharmacy Riverside Drive Fishinger Rd. Kingsdale Pharmacy Kingsdale Shopping Center Tremont Pharmacy Tremont Center Your Registered Pharmacist Marjorie Jones School of Ballet Toe " - ' 2150 Tremont Center 196 HU. 6-6224 Columbus 21, Ohio Home 451-4201 King Thompson Co. Founders and Developers of Upper Arlington 2160 Tremont Center HU. 8-0643 SAM KRUMM JOHN MURPHY DICK WARD GEORGE S. FROST BILL LEWIS PAUL SHEPARD STANLEY FROST GRIFF BREESE JOHN H. PACE, PRES. Wiseman ' s Hardware " GOOD LUCK " from Lane Shopping Center FIESTA LANES Congratulations to the Class 1291 West Lane HU. 8-3003 " f " % " DRY CLEANING-SHIRT LAUNDERING-ST0RA6E Complete Facilities at One Location Fast Service - Regular Service • Custom Quality Your Choice Is Available at Tremont Cleaners 2106 TREMONT CENTER HU. 8-7628 Open 7 A.M. - 9 P.M Schiffs Shoes Shoes for the entire family for all occasions LANE AVENUE SHOPPING CENTER Phone 486-0755 open every nite ' til g Compliments of Tremont Barber Shop TREMONT CENTER Compliments of Buckeye Telephone and Supply Company 1250 Kinnear Road Phone 488-0655 ARLINGTON MOTORS 1626 W. Fifth Ave. Columbus 12, Ohio Phone HU. 8-1101 Grandview Office Supply School Supplies — Office Supplies Mimeographing — Rubber Stamps 1221 Grandview Ave. HU. 64574 Compliments of E. C. Wollam Co. Realtors A half century of integrity 2460 Northwest Blvd. HU. 8-1138 PHONE Open Daily Noon to 9 P.M. 486-6088 Saturdays 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Emil ' s Barber Shop Buckeye Jewelers 1 J§ Fishinger Riverside Drive Jewelry — Diamonds — Watches — Silverware EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE t||||r Another Shop at " Where You Get the Most and the Best for the Least " Riverside Drive at Nottingham ROBERT L. SANTILLI — :— WILLIAM S. TOMPOS Room 205 Triangle Garden Bldg. 1355 W. Lane Ave. COLUMBUS 21, OHIO HU. 6-0908 Sam Nicola Swormstedt STORAGE and VAN COMPANY GARY ACKER - Spanish Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Basket- ball 2,3. TERI ELLEN ADAMS - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; F.T.A. 3; Charm Club 4; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1,2; Snow Princess 1; Track Court 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Cheerleading 1. ROBERT EDWARD AIKIN - Hi-Y 3,4 (Secretary); F.T.A. 4; Library Club 3; French Club 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Youth in Government (Board of Education) 4; Norwester Staff (Busi- ness) 4. CRAIG ROBERT ALLEN - Scott High School; Young Repub- licans Club 2; Hi-Y 2. JACK ANDERSON - Mansfield Senior High School 1; Russian Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4. MARK SHELTON ANDERSON - Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Varsity A 3,4; Football 1; Cross Country 2,3; Swimming 2,3,4 (Co-captain); Baseball 1,2; " King and I " 3; Spanish National Honor Society 2,3, 4 (Secretary). JERRY LEE ANTHONY - Spanish Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3,4; Track 2; Cross Country 2,3,4; Football 1; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2. MYRON WENRICH ARLEDGE. BYRON WENDELL ARLEDGE - French Club 2. JOHN LAYTON ASHBY - Hi-Y 3,4; Varsity A 3,4; Young Republicans Club 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Chemistry Club 3; Shop Club 4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; " Pygmalion ' - ' 3; Spanish National Honor Society 2,3,4 (Vice President); Student Council 2,3; Executive Council 3,4. JULIE K. ASCHINGER - Y-Teens; A.I.M. ; Business Club 4. CAROL LEE BAKER - A.I.M. 2,3; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2; Pub Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Norwester 4 (Casuals); Talent Show 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Sen- ior Scholarship Team 4; J.-Sr. Committee Chairman (Favors) 3. TYLER BALDOCK - French Club 3,4 (Treasurer); Hi-Y 3,4; Student Council 1,2 (Alternate) 3,4 (Presidential Committee); Executive Council 3,4; Norwester (Advertising Staff) 4; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; Buckeye Boys ' State 4 (Alternate); Youth in Government Day 4 (City Council); P.T.A. Advisory Board 3; Area Student Council (Franklin County) 3. JUDITH CLAIRE BARNARD - North Side High School 1; F.N.C. 4; Young Republicans Club 4; " Show of Shows " 4. MARGARET BETH BARNETT - French Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Drama Club 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Charm Club 4; A. I. M. 2,3,4; Girls Glee Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4; JAMES WILLIAM BAAS - Leaders. ' Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Varsitv A 2,3,4; Art Club 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Base- ball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3; City Council 1; Youth in Government Day 4; Junior Class President 3. BARBARA BEREND - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.A. 2,3,4; Charm Club 2; " King and I " 3; Home-Coming Court 4; Track Queen 1. CANDACE LEE BERGMANN - Eastmoor High School 1,2; A.I.M. 2; F.N.C. 2; Charm Club 2. SANDRA ROSE BERGMANN - Eastmoor High School 1,2; A.I.M. 3,4; Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 3; Charm Club 4; F.N.C. 4. STEPHEN FREDERICK BETTES - Spanish Club 1,2,3; Hi-Y 3; Swimming 2,3; Spanish Honor Society 2. CHERRYL ANN BIBLER - Student Council 1; Junior Execu- tive Council 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2; Jr.-Sr. Table Decoration Chairman 3. JAMES ROBERT BITONTE - University High School 1; Radio Club 2,3,4; " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 3. JAN TRACY BLACK - Ottawa Hills High School 1,2,3; French Club 4. DAN BLACKBURN - Hi-Y 3,4; Wrestling 3. LAIRD RICHARD BLACKWELL - Science Club 1; Chemis- try Club 3; Football 1; Baseball 1,2. DIANE BOEHM - St. Marv ' s of the Springs 1,2; A.I.M. 3; Spanish Club 3. SUSAN PATRICIA BOEHM - A.I.M. 2,3,4 (Treasurer); F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; Al- ternate Student Council 1; Alternate Executive Council 2. CATHERINE ELEANOR BOES - Bishop Watterson High School 1,2; B.E.C. 3,4 (Vice President); A.I.M. 3,4; G.A.A. 3. FRANCINE ELIZABETH BOGATIN - Athens High School 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; French Club 3. ERIC HAROLD BOLZ - French Club 2,3,4; Young Republi- cans Club 3,4 (Treasurer); " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 2,3,4. MARIANNE BOREL - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Leaders ' Club 4; Pub Club 3,4; Inter Nos 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2. WILLIAM SPRIGG BOREL - Columbus Academy 1; Hi-Y 2; " King and I " 3; High School Red Cross 2. BARBARA BROWN - Charm Club 2,3 (Service Chairman), 4 (President); G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3 (Telephone Head), 4 (Secretary); F.T.A. 3; Dramatics Club 2,3; Student Council 3; Y-Teens 2,3. PAMELA KAYE BROWN - Cambridge High School 1,2,3; G.A.A. 4; A.I.M. 4. ROBERT WEAVER BROWN, JR. - Kaiserslautern American High School 1,2; Springfield North High School 3; Young Republicans 4; French Club 3,4; " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 3,4. DOUGLAS SCOTT BROWNFIELD. PHYLLIS JEAN BRUNER - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Inter Nos 3; G.A.A. 2,3; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 2. BEVERLEE ANN BRUSH - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Charm Club 4 (Committee Chairman); Business Education Club 4; " Show of Shows " 1,2,3,4; " King and I " 3; Norwester staff 4; Student Council 1; Office staff 3,4. SUSAN LEE BRYANT - New Trier High School 1; A.I.M. 2 (Ways and Means Chairman), 3; French Club 2,3 (Member- ship Chairman), 4 (Secretary); Spanish Club 3,4; Y-Teens 4; Drama Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Student Council 3; " You Can ' t Take It With You " 2; Quill and Scroll (Vice President); Buckeye Girl ' s State Delegate 3; Franklin County Area Student Council (Secretary), 3. JOY MARIE BULLOCK - Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 4; A.I.M. 2,3,4. SUSAN ELLEN BUNCE - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Inter Nos 3; Spanish Club 4; " Show of Shows " 1. JEAN BURGETT BURR - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3 (Vice President); Leaders ' Club 2,3 (Secretary); Student Council 1,2,3,4 (Secretary); F.N.C. 3; " Show of Shows " 1; National Honor Society 3,4; 1st Alternate for Girls ' State 3; Norwester Staff (Assistant Editor) 4; Invitations Chairman for Jr-Sr. 3; Youth in Government Day (Board of Education) 4; Execu- tive Council 2,3,4; Track Queen 1,3; Snow Princess Court 1; Homecoming Court 4; Class Treasurer 2. NOLL ALLEN BUTCHER - Hi-Y 1; Football 1; Baseball 1. WILLIAM MICHAEL CALDWELL - Mellon Junior High School 1; Latin Club 2; French Club 2; Student Council 2; Youth in Government Day 4. CONNIE CAMPBELL - French Club 1,2,3,4; Junior Red Cross Representative 1; F.N.C. 3,4; F.T.A. 4; A.I.M. 2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,3. ALLEN THOMAS CARDEN - Sandy Springs High School 1 Hi-Y 2.3,4; Basketball 2,3; Baseball 2,3; " King and I " 3. ROBERT MICHAEL CASTO - Hi-Y 3,4; French Club 1,2,3 Track 2. JEAN HELEN CARSON - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 (President); Y-Teens 2,3; Norwester 4 (Girls ' Sports Editor; Executive Council 4; Student Council 2; Alternate to Girls ' State 3; Youth in Government Day 4. JOEL ROBERT CHAMBERS - Hi-Y 3; Varsity A 3,4 (Trea- surer); Leaders ' Club 4; Football 1; Swimming 2,3,4 (Co- captain); National Honor Society 3,4; Norwester (Circula- tion manager) 4. NANCY ANN CHAMPION - Piedmont High School 1; Span- ish Club 3,4; A.I.M. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Spanish National Honor Society 1. GAIL LOU CHERN - A. I. M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3 4- Charm Club 4; Y-Teens 4; F.N.C. 2; Spanish Club 4; B.E.C.. 4. JEAN SAGE CHERRY - Mamaroneck Senior High School 12 3,- F.N.C. 4 (Telephone Chairman); Drama Club 4; De- bate Club 4; G.A.A. 4; " The Angry Twelve " 4. KEITH ALLEN CHRISSINGER - Varsity A; Football 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4. MARTHA LILLIAN CHRISTENSEN - A.I.M. 2,3, 4 (Tele- phone Chairman); G.A.A. 1,4; F.T.A. 3; Charm Club 3 (Publicity Head), 4 (Telephone Chairman); Festo 2,3; Y- Teens 1,2; " Musicana " 3,4. MARTHA ALICE CLELLAN - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 4; " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 2,3,4. QUICK ROY CODDINGTON - Radio Club 2,3,4. DAVID ROBERT COLE - Photography Club 1; Football 2,3; Wrestling 2,3; Track 2,3. RICHARD ALLEN COLLEY. JUDITH DUNNING COLLISON - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Charm Club 4. LARRY CONRAD - Thomas L. Kennedy Secondary School 1,2; Hi-Y 3,4; Young Republicans Club 3; French Club 3; National Honor Society 3; 4; Norwester Staff 4; Senior Ex- ecutive Council 4. JAMES CONN. SUE ELLEN COLEMAN - Y-Teens 2,3; A.I.M. 2,3; B.E.C. 4. CHERYL COMBS - Greenfield Hi gh School 1,2; Latin Club 1,3; National Honor Society 3,4. CRAIG LEE COTTINGHAM - Spanish Club 2; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 2; Tennis 2; Hi-Y 3,4. KAREN DAWN COSENS - F.T.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Science Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 1,2.3. SAMUEL RONALD COOK, JR. - Geneva Community High School 1; Berea High School 2; " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 3,4. JAN CRAWFORD - Radio Club 2; Hi-Y 4; Arlingtonian Staff 4; Norwester Staff 4; Youth in Government Day 4; Execu- tive Council 1. PHILIP CURTIS - Inter Nos 3 (Publicity Chairman); Young Republicans Club 3,4 (President); Debate Club (Varsity Team) 3, 4 (Vice President); Russian Club 4; Norwester (Literary Staff) 4; Student Council 4 (Parliamentarian); Youth in Government Day 4 (Vice Mayor of City Council); Senior Scholarship Team 4; " Musicana " 1,2,3; " Show of Fun ' 61 2; " Show of Shows " 1. BETH ANN CURTISS - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 2,4; French Club 2,3; Executive Council 3,4; Spanish Club 4; F.T.A. 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1. KAREN DAHLE - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 2; F.N.C. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Pub Club 3,4; Charm Club 4; Arlingtonian Staff 4. SALLY DALY - F.N.C. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; High School Red Cross 1,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Charm Club 4; Spanish Club 1,2, 3; " Show of Shows " 1; Spanish National Honorary 2,3. JAMES PEEL DAVIS - St. Agatha 1; Track 2; " Show of Shows " 2; " Musicana " 2. SHERRIN LOUISE DAWLEY - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 4; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2. WILLIAM ROLAND DECK - Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3. PRUDENCE JANE DEWEY - A.I.M. 2; G.A.A. 1; Young Democrats Club 2. CAROLYN MARIE DICKERSON - Normandy Senior High School 1; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4. JAMES BRYAN DOBBS - Spanish Club 1,2,4; Football 1; Cross Country 2; Baseball 2. ELIZABETH JENNIFER DINGLEDINE - French Club 2,4; A.I.M. 4; Drama Club 3; Discussion Club 3; Arlingtonian 3,4 (Co-copy Editor). CAROL ANNE DOLBY - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y- Teens 2; Inter Nos 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Charm Club 2,3,4; (Style Show Chairman). MARY ELLEN DORFF - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 2; French Club 1,2; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2; Charm Club 4; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2. TIMOTHY OMER DOWNING - St. Joseph Aquinas 1; Radio Club 2; Football 2; Track 2. SHARON LOU DOWNS - A.I.M. 2; G.A.A. 1; Charm Club 4; Drama Club 3; Spanish Club 1; " Death Takes A Holiday " 3. GLELAND FREDERICK DUNCAN - Spanish Club 3,4; Dra- ma Club 4. CHARLES EDWARD DURRANT - Hi-Y 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Golf 1,2,3,4; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1,2,4; Spanish Honor Society 3; Student Council 1,2,3; Executive Council 3. ROBERT JAMES DYER, III - Missoula County High School 1,2; Amarillo High School 2,3; National Honor Society 4; A.F.S. Representative to Denmark 4. STUART MEANS EAGLESON - Hi-Y 2; French Club 2; Golf 1,2,3,4. GARY EBRIGHT - Hi-Y 3,4; Track 1; Baseball 2,4. ESCALUS EMMERT ELLIOTT - Shop Club 1 (Vice Presi- dent); French Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Student Council 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3. ALICE HOFFMAN ERB - Pub Club 2,3,4; Science Club 1; French Club 4; Festo 2,3 (Treasurer; Y-Teens 4; A.I.M. 3. DAVID MILTON ERICKSON - Russian Club. PAMELA JANE ERTLEY - A.I.M. 2,3,4 (Executive Council); F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3. BETH ANNE EVANS - Spanish Club 1; Science Club 1; A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; " Show Time ' 59 " 1. GEORGE MOREY EVANS, JR. - Science Club 2; Leaders Club 3,4; " Musicana " 2,3,4. NAN EILEEN EVANS - G.A.A. 1; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3; Discussion Club 2,3 (Vice President); Science Club 2; French Club 2,3,4; Russian Club 3,4. CAROLYN JEAN FAHRBACH - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Inter Nos 3; Spanish Club 4; Leaders ' Club 3,4; Student Council 1,2,4; Executive Council 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " Show of Shows " 1; Class Secretary 1,3,4; Class Treasurer 2; Youth in Government Day (City Council) 4. JAMES ROBERT FANCHER. ROBERT DOUGLAS FIGHTER - HiY 2; Football 1. Lloyd JACKSON FILER - Junior Achievement 2,3,4; Varsity A 3,4; Inter Nos 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3. BARBARA FITZSIMMONS - A.I.M. 2; G.A.A. 1; Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 2. SANDY ELIZABETH FINSLAND - Garden City, N.Y. 1; A.I.M. 2,3, 4; Pub Club 2,3,4; Drama Club 4; " The Ang ry Twelve " 4; Arlingtonian 4. JOSEPH JOHN FODOR - HiY 4; Varsity A 4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Baseball 2; " King and I " 3. ANITA JEAN FOLKERTH - A.I.M. 2 (President) 3,4; G.A.A. 1 (Sergent at Arms) 2,3,4 (Treasurer); Y-Teens 2; French Club 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Senior Scholarship team 4; Jr.-Sr. (Decorations Chairman) 3; Norwester (Make- up Editor) 4; Student Council 3,4; Youth in Government Day 4. BETTY JANE GARDNER - French Club 2; Charm Club 3,4; Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; A.I.M. 2,3,4. CAROLYN GEASE - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 4; Newcomers Club 4; French Club 1,2,3; The King and I; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " Show of Shows " . CAROL LYNN GEORGIA - Libbey High School 1,2,3; A.I.M. 4; Spanish Club 4. ROBERT LEE GERBIG - Spanish Club 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Track 1; Wrestling 2. LEWIS GORDON - Inter Nos 2; Hi-Y 2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3. VIKI LYNNE GOSNELL - G.A.A. 2,3,4; A.I.M.2,3,4; Charm Club 4; French Club 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Show of Shows 1; Talent shows 2,3. LINDA SUE GRAFMILLER - A.I.M. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Lead- ers Club 4; F.T.A. 3; Drama Club 2; Variety show 1; Arling- tonian 3,4 (photo editor); Executive Council 2. MARCIA LISABETH GRAVES - Leaders ' Club 3,4 (School Service Chairman); Y-Teens 2; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4 (Sec- retary); Latin Club 3; G.A.A. 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " King and I " 3; National Honor Society 3,4. ELIZABETH CAROLINE GRIFFIN - F.T.A. 3,4; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 3; A.I.M. 3,4; J.E.B. Stuart High School 1,2. PATRICIA CAROLINE GRIFFIN - J.E.B. Sturart High School 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 3,4; F.N. A. 4; Charm Club 4. ROSEMARY ELAINE GROOMS - A.I.M. 2; G.A.A. 1; Lead- ers ' Club 2; Inter Nos 2; F.T.A. 3,4; " The King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " Show of Shows 1 " ; Executive Council 2. JOHN GROUT - Hi-Y 4; Varsity A 2,4; Golf 2,4; St. Charles Boremeo 1; St. Patrick 3. JAMES LEE GRUBB - Hi-Y 1. CAROL SUSAN GUERIN - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 2; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 1. CHERYL GULLETT - G.A.A. 1; Y-Teens 1,3; SUSAN JANE GUTHRIE - Class treasurer 1,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3 (Vice President) 4; Dramatics Club 2; Pub Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 (Secretary); Spanish Club 2,3,4 (treasurer); " The King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 2; Spanish National Honor So- ciety; Cheerleading 3,4. VIRGINIA LEE HALL - Leaders ' Club 4; Pub Club 2,3,4 (treasurer); Dramatics Club 3; Y-Teens 3,4 (Publicity Chair- man); Inter Nos 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; " The King and I " 3; Talent Show 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN ALAN HARDYMON - Hi-Y (President); Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; Jr. Sr. Prom (Construction Chairman) 3. JULIA MARGARET HARTER - Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Pub Club 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 4; F.T.A. 3,4. JACK HARVEY CAROL HEALEY - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Pub Club 2, 3,4; Y-Teens 2; F.T.A. 3; " Show of Shows " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " The King and I " 3. SUSAN LEE HECKMAN - G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pub Club 3,4; Festo 2; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; Cub Reporter 1 (Art Staff); High School Red Cross 1,3 (Sec- retary); Norwester 4, (Co- Art Editor). LINDA LEE HEFLIN - G.A.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,4; French Club 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4. PAMELA JANE HENDERSON - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. RICHARD HENRY HENDERSON - Varsity " A " 3,4; Wrest- ling 2,3,4; Worthington. SCOTT HENNEY - Spanish Club 1,2; Debate Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Baseball 1,2; Wrestling 2. TOM JEFFREY HEUSS - Hi-Y 3,4; French Club 4; Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; " The King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " . MICHAEL ALAN HEYNE - Cleveland St. Ignatius; Latin Club 3; Russian Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Buckeye Boys State Alternate; Senior Scholarship Team 4; Debate 3; Student Council 4 (President); Jr. Sr. Prom 3 (Entertainment Chairman); Youth-In-Govern- ment Day (Asst. City Manager). DOUGLAS ALAN HICKS - Radio Club 2; Baseball 2; Basket- ball 2,3; " The King and I " (Usher). JENNIFER HILDRITH -G.A.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 3; Charm Club 2,3,4; Leaders ' Club 3,4; French Club 2. VICKI LYNNE HITTLE - G.A.A. 1; F.T.A. 3,4; F.N.C. 2,3 (Social Chairman) 4 (Treasurer); Dramatics Club 2,3 (Re- freshment Chairman); Science Club 1; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Arlingtonian (Business manager and circulation manager). SHARON LOUISE HOLCOMB - G.A.A. 2,3,4; A.I.M 2 3 4- " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " The King and I " (Student Staff) 3. DANIEL L. HOLSTEIN - Track 2; Wrestling 2. TERRY LEE HOWISON - Pleasantville High School 1,2,3- Football 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 4. GARY PHILLIP HUGHES - Radio Club 2; Library Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Hi-Y 1. GREGG HUGHES - Watterson High School 1; Spanish Club 3,4; Leaders Club 3; Latin Club 2; Wrestling 2,3,4. BEVERLY ANNE IRWIN - Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Charm Club 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Business Education Club 4; Dramatics Club 4; Majorette 3. CHERYL ANNE IRWIN - Y-Teens 2; A.I.M. 2,3,4; " Musi- cana " 2,3,4. VICKI JAGSCH - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Drama Club 4; French Club 1; Pub Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Y-Teens 2; Festo 4; Science Club 1. ELIZABETH LOUISE JENCKS - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3; French Club 3,4; " The King and I " ; Variety Show 1,2; Cub Reporter 1 (Art Editor). JOHN DAVID JOHNSON - Spanish Club 1,2. MIKE JOHNSON - Spanish Club 3; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track 2, 3,4. CONNIE JOHNSTON - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2,3,4; Leaders ' Club Representative 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Russian Club 4; Y-Teens 2; Youth-in-Government 4; Junior Achievement 2. GAIL JONES - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Charm Club 2,3; " The King and I " ; " Show of Shows " 1,2; Y-Teens 2,3,4. CARL JUSTICE - Hi-Y 3,4; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2. NANCY JO KACKLEY - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Pub Club 4; G.A.A. 1, 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2; Festo 2; Glee Club 3,4; Charm Club 4; Span- ish Club 3,4. MARNET ANN KARPER - Business Education Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; A.I.M. 2. DONNA MARIE KASCH -A.I.M. 2,3,4; Drama Club 2; Li- brary Club 3; Spanish Club 3,4. LINDA LOUISE KAZIENKO - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Executive Coun- cil 4; Talcott Junior High School. KAREN EILEEN KELLEY - A.I.M. 4; White Station High School 1,2,3; French Club 4; F.N.C. 4; Festo 4. KATHLEEN MARIE KELLY - Longmeadow High School 1,2; F.T.A. 4; Young Democrats 3; Norwester Staff (Page Editor); French Club 3; Russian Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3; Drama Club 3; National Honor Society 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); American Field Service (Italy); Majorette 4. JODY KEIM - A.I.M. 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Spanish Club 1,3,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Charm Club 4. KATHY KERN - A.I.M. 2,3; Pub Club 2,3,4 (Vice-President); G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 (Golf Sports Head); French Club 2; Talent Show 4; Publicity Chairman for Jr-Sr. Prom 3; Norwester Staff (Assistant Makeup Editor). KAREN KESSLER - F.T.A. 3; Business 4; A.I.M. 3,4; Charm Club 4; Central High School 1,2. JAMES ARTHUR KESSLER. VICTOR RANDOLPH KETCHAM - HiY 3; Baseball 1,2; Basketball 1. TOM KENNETH KIEWIT - HiY; Football 3; Basketball 3; Boardman High School. CAROLE KIME - Charm Club 2,3; A.I.M. 2,3; Dramatics Club 2,3 (Publicity Chairman); French Club 2,3; Pub Club 2.3 (Secretary) 4 (President); G.A.A. 1; " Show of Shows " 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " The King and I " 3; " You Can ' t Take It With You " 2; " Death Takes a Holiday " 3; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Arlingtonian 3,4 (Third Page Editor); Norwester Staff 3.4 (Page Editor); Youth-In-Government 4; Co-Social Chair- man of Senior Choir 4; P.T.A. Junior English Award 3. ELLEN KINCAID - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Newcomer ' s Club 4; French Club 2,3,4 (Vice President); Pub Club 2,3; " Show of Show " 3. ESTHER KING - A.I.M. 3; Dramatics Club 3; G.A.A. 3; " Death Takes a Holiday " ; Kedford High School 2. LOIS KING - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Charm Club 2,3; Y-Teens 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Business Edu- cation Club 3; " Show of Shows " 1,2; " The King and I " 3. KAREN KNIGHT - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 3,4; Science Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. SHARON KNIGHT - Glee Club 3,4; A.I.M. 3; G.A.A. 3; Spanish Club 4; DAVID KIRCH - French Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 2; Wrest- ling 2; West High School. JUDY KNOWLES • Spanish Club 1,4; A.I.M. 2,3 (President), 4 (Service Committee Chairman); Y-Teens 3; G.A.A. 3; " Show of Shows " 1. ROGER KOCH - Mumford High School 1,2. TED KOHR - Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Young Republicans 4; Intramurals 2; Track 2; Junior Achievement 2. PAUL KUEHN - Football 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3,4; " King and I " 3. BRUCE RALPH KUHNERT - Inter Nos 3; Radio Club 2 (Secretary-Treasurer), 3,4; Baritones 3,4; Band and Orches- tra 1,2,3,4 (Treasurer); " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1; " Musicana " 2,3; Talent Show 2; National Honor Society 4; National Science Foundation Summer Institute Participant 3. LOU LAWRENCE - G.A.A. 1,2; Business Education Club 3; A.I.M. 2,3; F.T.A. 4; Y-Teens 3. NICK LAWTON - Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 3; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2; St. Paul ' s School 1,2. TED LEAKES - Spanish Club 1,2,3; Science Club 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2; Baseball 1,2. HELEN LEGG - G.A.A. 1,2,3; A.I.M. 2,3; Festo 3; F.N.C. 3,4 (Recording Secretary); Spanish Club 2. RUTH LEGG - F.T.A. 2; F.N.C. 2; G.A.A. 2; Business Edu- cation Club 2; Y-Teens 2. CHRISTINE ROBERTA LEININGER - A.I.M. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4 (1st Vice-President); G.A.A. 1,2,3; Science Club 2; Y- Teens 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; " Musicana " 2,4; National Honor Societv 4 (President); Band 1,2,4; Majorette 4; Nor- wester 4 (Literary Staff). DIANE LEIS - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; French Club 4; Drama Club 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Jr.-Sr. (Favors Committee) 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3; Norwester Staff 4. SALLY LEMLEY - Science Club 2; Inter Nos 3; Leaders ' Club 4; Glee Club 4; Phi Beta Chemical 3. CATHY LEPHART - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Jr. Red Cross 3,4; F.N.C. 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; " King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " Sh ow of Shows " 1. FRANKIE LIEBERMANN - Spanish Club 1,2,3 (Vice-Presi- dent), 4 (President); G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 (Tennis Head); Pub Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 2 (Art Chairman), 3,4; French Club 3, 4; National Spanish Honor Society (Vice-President of Ohio); Y-Teens 2,3,4; Siesta 3,4 (Co-Editor); Cub Reporter 1 (Edi- tor); Student Council 1;. Student Court 1; Executive Council 3; Jr.-Sr. (Favors Co-Chairman) 3; Leaders ' Club 4 (World Serv- ice Chairman); Gym Assistant 1; P.T.A. English Award 3. PAT LINTNER - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; Library Club 2 (Secretary); Charm Club 2,3,4. JACKIE LODGE - Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; French Club 1,2,3; Fairview High School 1. JULIE LONG - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2; Charm Club 2; G.A.A. 1. LINDA LOVING - A.I.M. 2,3 (Publicity Chairman); Leaders ' Club 3, 4 (President); F.N. A. 2,3,4 (Vice-President); G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council 1,2; " King and I " 3; Show- fun ' 61 " 2; " Show of Shows " 1. SARA LOWTHER - G.A.A. 1,2,3 (Archery Chairman) 4; Stu- dent Council 3,4; Inter Nos 3 (Secretary); Senior Choir 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; F.N.A. 2; Y-Teens 4; " Show of Shows " 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Sons of the American Revolution Citizenship Award 1; Buckeye Girls ' State Delegate 3; Senior Scholarship Team 4; Cheerleading 1; Gymn Assistant 1,4; Homecoming Court 4; Jr.-Sr. Co-Chairman 3; Youth-in-Govt. Day (Board of Educa- tion) 4; Norwester Staff (Editor in Chief) 4. GRETCHEN LUIDENS - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; F.T.A. 3,4 Leaders ' Club 3,4 (Vice-President); Y-Teens 4 (President) Discussion Club 2,3; Latin Club 1; Spanish Club 3,4; Band 1 Bath Twp. High School 1. DICK LUNDQUIST - Library Club 1; Science Club 2; Track 2,3,4. EDDIE LYNCH - Latin Club 3; Football 2; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,3; St. Charles High School 3. JIM LYNCH - Radio Club 2; Wrestling 4; St. Charles High School. ANNE LYNN - A.I.M. 2 (Secretary), 3; French Club 3 (Trea- surer), 4 (President); G.A.A. 1 (Treasurer), 2 (Swimming Head), 3 (Bowling Head), 4 (Vice-President); Norwester 4 (Photography Editor); Pub Club 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Festo Art Club 1; " King and I " 3; Talent Shows 1,2; Choir 2,3,4; Sen- ior Scholarship Team 4; Girls ' State Delegate; Student Coun- cil 3,4; Jr.-Sr. Refreshments Committee Chairman. PHIL MACALUSO - Spanish 3,4; Science 1; Hi-Y 3,4; Var- sity-A 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4. JOHN MACGREGOR - Russian Club 3,4; Latin Club 1,2; Science Club 1; Track 3; Wrestling 2; Football 2,3,4. JACK MAGU1RE - HiY 3; Latin Club 3,4 (Vice-President); Student Council 1,2; Junior Red Cross 1,2; Young Democrats ' Club 3,4; " Show of Shows " 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; King and I " 3; " Musicanna " 2,3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Buckeye Boys ' State Alternate; Arlingtonian Staff 3, 4 (Co-Editor); Cub Reporter 1 (Editor). DICK MAIN - Hi-Y 4 (Treasurer); Spanish Club 1,2,3; Foot- ball 1,2,3; Track 2,3; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; Spanish National Honor Society 3; Buckeye Boys ' State Dele- gate; Jr.-Sr. Co-Chairman 3. KIEL MANDT - Science Club 1,3,4; Drama Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Library Club 1; Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 2; Track 1,2,3,4; " Death Takes a Holiday " . JEFF MANECKE - Hi-Y 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; " The Angry Twelve " 4. TOM MANSFIELD - French Club 1,2,4; Varsity A 3,4; Foot- ball 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4. SANDY MARSHALL - Y-Teens 2,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2. CAROL MARTIN THOMAS HAYMAN MARTIN - " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 2,3,4; Danceband 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. MARY RAE MATTSON - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 1,2,3,4; Y- Teens 2,3; Spanish Club 1 (Secretary). LYN MCARDLE - Football 4; South Hills Catholic High School. ELLEN MCCRAY - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 2,4; Business Education Club 4; G.A.A. 1; Usherett for King and I 3. CARROL MCCUNE - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Leaders ' Club 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Charm Club 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Spanish Honor Society 4; Homecoming Dance Chairman 4. NANCY MCCLELLAND - Charm Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y- Teens 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; " King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; Social Chairman of Choir. KAREN MCCLINTOCK - G.A.A. 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; F.T.A. 2,3; A.I.M. 2,3,4. JANIE MCCORMACK - G.A.A. 2,3,4; A.I.M. 1,2,3; Y-Teens 2,3. TIM MCHENRY - Young Republicans Club 3,4; Latin Club 3; Baseball 2,3,4; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2. GINNY MCINTIRE - G.A.A. (Secretary) 1,2,3,4; Hockey Head 4; A.I.M. 2,3.4; Charm Club 3; French Club 1,2; Y-Teens 2; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; Executive Council 4. PAM MCKEE - Pub Club 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2; A.I.M. 2,3,4. RON MCLEAN - Science Club 2. JIM MCLEOD - " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " King and I " 3. JOHN MCPHERSON - Track 1. BOB MERRITT - Track 3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4 (Captain); Grandview High School 1. STEVE MIDDLETON - Latin Club 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Mayfield High School. MONA MILFORD - A.I.M. 4; Spanish Club 4; Ursuline Academy. PAT MILLAY - F.T.A. 3,4; Y-Teens 3,4; A.I.M. 3,4; Charm Club 2; G.A.A. 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; A.I.M. Court. GEORGE MILLER - Spanish Club 2,3; Debate Club 1; Cross Country 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Co-Editor of Span- ish newspaper; Greenbrier Military School. RICK MILLER - HiY 1,2,3; Track 2; Football 2; Drama Club 2; Brighton High School; Judson School. BOB MILLIGAN - Spanish Club 1,2,3; Varsity-A 4; Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1; Track 2,3,4. JANIE MOENCH - A.I.M. 2,3 (Ways and Means Chairman) 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Business Education Club 4; Spanish Club 3. VICKI MORELOCK - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Y-Teens 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; " Death Takes a Holiday " 3; Cub Reporter 1 (Circulation Manager). MIKE MOSS - Dramatics Club 4; Swimming 2; " King and I " 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " 2; " Show of Shows " 1. MARY MEYER - G.A.A. 1,2; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 2,4. DONNA MYERS - Charm Club 4; F.N.C. 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Drama Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4. ANGELA NEASSE - F.T.A. 3,4 (Historian); Newcomers Club (Vice-President); A.I.M. 1; G.A.A. 1; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " l; Spanish National Honor Society 3. ROBERT NICHOLS - Football Manager 2,3,4; Showed mov- ies 2,3,4; Head of PA System 1,3,4. BENNY NICOLA - Debate Club 1,3,4 (President); Science Club 1; Young Republicans Club 3,4; Discussion Club 3; French Club 2; Russian Club 3; Dramatics Club 2; Student Council 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 3,4; " King and I " 3; " Show of Shows " 1; Public Address Announcer 1,2,3,4; Youth in Government (Health Commissioner) 4. JOHN NORTON - Spanish Club 2,3; Football 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Youngstown Cardinal Mooney High School 1. BILL NUHFER - Student Council 2; Cub Reporter 1; Arling- tonian 3,4 (Managing Editor; News Editor); Latin Club 3,4 (President); Quill and Scroll 4. CAROL OAKWOOD - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; " King and I " 3; " Musicana " 2,3,4; Spanish National Honor Society 3,4 (Corresponding Secretary) 4; Band 2,3,4; Majorette 3,4; Secretary of Band 4; Metropolis Community High School Metropolis, Illinois 1. KEN OVERHOLT - Camera Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; Base- ball 1; " Pygmalion " 2. STEVE PARKER - Varsity-A; Football 1; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Track 1; " Show of Shows " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " King and I " . BARB PATTEN - A.I.M. 2,3 (Treasurer), 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4 (Social Chairman); Y-Teens 2,3 (Service Chairman); Charm Club 4; Student Council 2; Pub Club 3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Snow Princess Court 1. CAROLE PAUL - F.N.C. 2,3. SHERRY PENDLETON - Charm Club 2,3; Jonathan Alder. NIELS PERKINS - Latin Club 1; Wrestling 1. BOB PHILLIPS - Spanish Club 3,4. ELAINE PRICHARD - A.I.M. 2,4; Y-Teens 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Library Club 1; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " Snow of Shows " ; Gym Assistant 1,2,3,4. BARB RAUH - Drama Club 1; Y-Teens 1; A.I.M. 1; " The Angry Twelve " ; National Honor Society; Hempfield High School. CHUCK REAM - Latin Club 1,2; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Aquinas High School. DON REED - Young Republicans ' Club 3,4; Baseball 3,4. TIM REVELL - Spanish Club 3,4; B.A.A. 1; Hi-Y 4; Track 2,4; Football 2,3; Wrestling 4. JEFF RIDGWAY - Spanish Club 1; Track 1; Wooster High School. LINDA RIEBEL - Y-Teens 2; French Club 2; Russian Club 2; Drama Club 2,4; S.O.C. 2; G.A.A. 4; " Show of Shows " ; " King and I " ; " Death Takes a Holiday " ; Band Spring Festival (Musicade). MIKE RIEBEL - Spanish Club 3,4. JEFF RIX - Track 1. BILL ROBB - Varsity " A " 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4 (Trea- surer); Football 1,2,3,4 (Co-captain); Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Buckeye Boys State 3; Youth-In-Government Day; Norwester (Business Manager). LIBBY ROBERTSON - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 3; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3. CHUCK ROHR - Spanish Club 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Science Club 1; Basketball 1; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Eber Baker Jr. High. SUSAN RONSON - Y-Teens 2,3,4 (Vice-President) 4 (Worship Chairman 3); F.T.A. 3,4 (Second Vice-President); F.N.C. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Russian Club 3; Leader ' s Club 3,4; A.I .M. 2,3; (Publicity Chairman 2); Norwester (Literary Staff); Arling- tonian (Feature Editor 4); Drama Club 2,3; Student Council Alternate 4; Quill and Scroll (Treasurer 4); Youth-In-Govern- ment (Board of Zoning Committee). TED ROSE - Varsity-A (Secretary); Baseball 1,2,3, 4 (Cap- tain); Football 1; Alternate in Student Council 1. DENNIS ROTONDO - Hi-Y 1; Track 1; Senior Executive 1; St. Charles Prep. MIMI ROSSO - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 4; Spanish Club 3; Charm Club 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Richwoods Community High School, Peoria Illinois. PAT RUDOLPH - F.T.A. 4; A.I.M. 1; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 1. CANDY SCHAFFNER - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; F.N.C. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; Spanish Club 2,3. ARLENE KAY SCHICK - Latin Club 3; A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Leaders ' Club 4; Y-Teens 1,2; F.T.A. 4; " Musicana " ; " King and I " ; Variety Show 1,2; Majorette 3,4. JUDY SCHIEMANN - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4. JEFF SCHOFIELD - Hi-Y 3,4; Leaders ' Club (Second Vice- President 3,4); Golf 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Football 1; " King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; National Honor Society 3,4; Boys ' State Delegate 3; Senior Class President; Junior Class Vice- President; Youth in Government Day Mayor 4; Senior Scholarship Team 4; Freshman Class President; Norwester (Boys ' Sports Editor 4); Student Council 1,2,4; Choir 1,2,3. ARCH SCHULTZ - Reserve Football 1. SUSAN SCOTT - Spanish Club 4; Greensboro Senior High School. SARA SHARPE - Pub Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; A.I.M. 2; Festo 2,3,4; Leaders ' Club 3,4; Y-Teens 3. DAVID SHERMAN - Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,2,3. SALLY SHERMAN - Pub Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 3,4 (Art and Publicity Chairman); Norwester Staff 4 (Co Art Editor); Y-Teens 4; Sherwood High School 1; Robert E. Peary High School 2. BOBBI SHOBERG - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 1; Business Education Club 3,4; F.T.A. 4; F.N.C. 4; Pub Club 2,3. CLARE SHOLTES - G.A.A. 3,4; Russian Club 3; John J. Duggan School. BARB SHOOP - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 3; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. SUSIE SHULTZ - A.I.M. 2,3.4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 2; Drama Club 2; " King and I " ; Spring Festi- val 2,3, 4; Talent Shows 1,2,3. JUDITH KATHLEEN SIMONSON - Spanish Club 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Musicana 2,3,4; Spanish National Honor Society 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Freeport High School. GENIE SNYDER - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Library Club 2; Radio Club 3; " King and I " (Orchestra 3); " Show Fun ' 61 " ; Talent Show 4; Choir; Orchestra; Glee Club (Accompanist). DWIGHT STARR - Library Club 3,4; Cuyahoga Falls High School. STEVE SOLIS - Hi-Y 3,4; Debate 3; Russian Club 3,4; DAN SPIES - Varsity-A; Football 1; Tennis 1,2,3,3 (Co-cap- tain); Basketball 1,2,3,4. KAREN STELLING - Library Club 4 (President); A.I.M. 4; New Providence High School; Gateway High School. MARY LOU STEVENOR - A.I.M. 3,4; Boca Ciega High School. MICHAEL L. STORM - Science Club 1; Spanish Club 3; Drama Club 4; Camera Club 2; " Show of Shows " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " King and I " ; Spanish National Honor Society 3; Cub Reporter 1 (Business Manager); Young Republicans 3 (President); Arlingtonian Staff (Co- Advertising Manager); Dance Band 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Youth in Govern- ment 4 (Police Chief). MARTY SULLIVAN - A.I.M. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; F.N.C. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Charm Club 3,4 (Vice-President); Cub Report- er 1 (Subscription Chairman). MARY SULLIVAN - G.A.A. 1,2,4; Y-Teens 4; Charm Club 4 (Committee Head); A.I.M. 2,3,4; Student Council 2. BETSY TALBOT - F.T.A. 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 4; Newcomer ' s Club 3.4 (Secretary 4); G.A.A. 2,3,4; National Honor Society; Quill and Scroll; Arlingtonion Staff (Sports Editor) 3,4. PAM TAYLOR - A.I.M. 1,2. CHUCK TERRY MELANIE THARP - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; French Club 2,3; Newcomers Club 3,4; Charm Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Variety Shows 1,2,4; Student Council 3,4; Executive Council 3. MIKE THOMAS - Castle Heights Military Academey. SUE THOMAS - Circle Francais 2,3; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3,4; Red Cross 3,4 (President 3,4); " King and I " ; G.A.A. 1. BOB THOMPSON - Spanish Club 1. RON THOMPSON - Festo Art Club 2,4; Library Club 2,3,4; Band Manager 3. TOM TIBBOLS - Hi-Y 3,4; Science Club 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Business Club 4; Wrestling 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; " King and I " . SHERYL TROYER - Jr. Red Cross 1,2; G.A.A. 3; A.I.M. 3; Y-Teens 1,2; Student Council 1,2; Lawrence Park Jr. Sr. High School. NICK TURNER - Hi-Y 4; Intramurals 3,4; Swimming 2. GUY VAN BLOEM -Library Club 2; Spanish Club 2. ROBERT VANCE - Radio Club 4 (Vice-President); " King and I " ; Talent Show 2 (Sound Director). CYNTHIA VAN FOSSEN - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,4; F.N.C. 4; Spanish Club 2; A.I.M. 2,3,4. PENNY VARGA - A.I.M. 2,3,4 (Sergent at Arms); Spanish Club 2; F.N.C. 3,4; Y-Teens 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. KEN VAUGHN - Radio Club 2; Football 3; Track 2; Cross Country 2; Talent Show 2; " King and I " . ANN REES VENZKE - Spanish Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; A.I.M. 2,3; Charm Club 4; " Musicana ' 61 " ; " Musicana ' 62 " ; " Musi- cna ' 63 " ; Majorette 2,3,4. LJANE WAHL - Y-Teens 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Charm Club 4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; Talent Show 1; " Show of Shows " . RALPH EMERSON WALDO - Drama 2,3,4; " Show Fun ' 61 " ; " The King and I " 3; " Pygmalion " 3; " Musicana " 2,3,4; Public Address Announcer. BARB WALKER - Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; French Club 3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Drama Club 3; Charm Club 3. STEVE WALKER - Hi-Y 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3; Wrestling 1,3. BONNIE WALZ - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4; Pub Club 3,4- Y-Teens 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3; French Club 1,2,3,4. SANDRA WARD - A.I.M. 2,3; G.A.A. 1. KATHY WAITERS - French Club 1,2; Spanish Club 3.4- A.I.M. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,4. DANA WEBSTER - A.I.M. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4 (Member-at-Large; co-chairman of Columbus); Busi- ness Education Club 4 (Publicity chairman); French Club 1,2,3; " The King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " . VIRGINIA WEBSTER - A.I.M. 2,3,4 (Social Chairman); Y- Teens 4; (Homeroom representative); F.T.A. 4; Business Education Club; " The King and I " . JOYCE WEISBERG - A.I.M. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Charm Club 4; Y-Teans 2,3. JANE WELLS - A.I.M. 2,3,4; Charm Club 3,4; FNC 2- G.A.A. 2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3,4; A.I.M. Court 4; Student Council 1,2. BILL WEST JIM WHEELER - Hi-Y; Science Club 1; Tennis 1,2. SYDNEY WHEELER - A.I.M. 2 (Sergeant-at-Arms) 3,4; Pub Club 3,4 (Badge Chairman) 4; French Club 1 2,3 4- G A A 1,2,3,4; Science Club 1. ,,,,... Newcomers Club 3,4 (Treasurer); F.T.A. 3,4; Norwester Staff (Literary Staff). GAIL WHITACRE - A.I.M. 3,4; Charm Club 4; Y-Teens 4- F.N.A. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. LARRY WHITE - Track 1,2,3,4; Cross Country 2,3,4. MURIEL WILSON - A.I.M. 2,3; F.N.C. 2,3; Y-Teens 4- Span- ish Club 3,4. MARILYN WHITE - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Y-Teens 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Charm Club 3,4; (Social Chairman)- Newcomers Club 4; Student Council 4; A.I.M. 2 (Social Chair- man) 3 (Service Chairman) 4 (President); Leaders ' Club 4- Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. MARY WINELAND - Y-Teens 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4. CRAIG WILSON - North High School. CATHY WILSON - G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4 (Chair- man); Y-Teens 2,3,4; A.I.M. 2,3,4. " The King and I " . MIMI WILLIAMS - G.A.A. 1,2,3,; F.N.C. 2,3 (Recording Secretary)4; Pub Club 4; A.I.M. 2,4; Arlingtonian 4 (Copy Editor and Assistant Photo Editor). PHIL WILLIAMS - Chemistry Club 3; Hi-Y 3,4; Varsity-A 4- Young Republicans 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Football 1 : Basketball 1,2,3,4 (Captain); Baseball 1,2,3; Student Council 2,3; Executive Council 2. TOM WINTERS - Hi-Y 3; " The King and I " ; " Show Fun ' 61 " REBECCA G. YLAYA - A.I.M. 4; Dramatics Club 4; Ameri- can Field Service Exchange Student 4; La Consolacisn Col- lege, Philippines. ANN MARIE YOUNG - Scott High School (Madison, West Virginia); 1,2; Business Education Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4. BOB ZERMAN - Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; " The King and |i " m ;.rnn| mrer m c j HOMECOMING ■ n | t O t " : JLU hi 1 ' l. . ■ n HMnH o " i »■ ; iMiliPnS «■■■ dp •ti - ' -. . - bs lM I I E II £ ' W?. nL.1I r ;; , ' , ' r .■ ' ..-■ ■•■•. ■■■■■■ ■;■. ' -. ■■■■■■■

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