Upper Sandusky High School - Indian Village Yearbook (Upper Sandusky, OH)

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I1 ,,,.-M , ,.. ,.,..,A, W , . , .,, ,2 Ma- K A KM... ....., ,Mn L , . ,WA A K , UL. Q. 4, . N' M- 1 1 - . s..., 'fi '- WL? 1957 INDIAN VlllAGE FOREWORD I It is with pleasure that my staff and I present the 1957 Indian Village Annual. A vote of thanks I must go to Mr. Frederick Koenig, whose patience I and supervision helped to make this book possible. The annual stall: hopes that in the future this I yearbook will bring baclc memories of our high I school Clays. SUE ANN SCHOENBERGER I Editor I The Senior Class of 1957 presents: I CONTENTS Administration ---- 7 ' ' 13 Seniors so es- ' Underclassmen rsr,, ..... -- 29 I Activities . 45 Sports ,, ,,,..,,,-,,, ,,,,,,, , .,,rrsr 61 ' Editor ggag,.,....,..r. rrov a s Sue Ann Schoenberger I Business Manager o.i,.s at Marilla McClain MR LAWRENCE H. IIOUPT DEDICATION In honor of your fiftieth year of teaching, the Senior Class cleclicates this annual to you, Mr. Iloupt, hoping that the gesture expresses a bit of our appreciation for the count- less hours which you clevotecl to our educational welfare. Many Upper Sanclusltians remember when you joined our faculty in 1919 as principal, a capacity in which you served for twenty-nine years. You have inspirccl many of our parents anal many of Uppers prominent citizens who play a vital role in our community affairs. As we celehrate with you your golden anniversary of teaching, we wish you the success anal happiness that you so richly clescrve. SUPERINTENDENT Seniors: Nou' at C'ommeneemenl mime, as ut all other times H1 hle. we loolg to the luture: the present nloes noi satisfy us. Our icleul, whatever it nmv he, lies further on. Never have the opportunities for progress heen greater than they are toclzlv. Choose LI ezrreer lvest you halve. XYith hesl wishes. BOARD OF EDUCATION From the left: Mr. Russell Lyon, Mr. Morris Kuenzli, Mr. Robert Troup, Mr. David Needs, Mr. Miller Bowen, Mr. VVayne Rlyers. I--...I you love. prepare lor it. give it the MR. ll.fXllOI-U U, CUPE 4 PRINCIPAL Seniors: The time has come for me to make another humble contribution to this very important time in your lives. It is doubtful whether you will be able to live in this worlci without working. You might be able to exist. So, above all things, be happy in your chosen work and do your very best in it. May you use your pleasant and worthwhile experiences as guideposts and never as hitch- ing posts. Congratulations and best wishes to you all. MR. ROBERT BARCLAY FACULTY DEAN OF GIRLS DEAN OF BOYS SECRETARY SECRETARY MISS ean Collmg Mr Fenton Wolfe Miss Grace Slemmer Mrs. Howard Longmire RUTH BACON Heidelberg College, A.B. Western Reserve, INLA. Speech Practical English English III Dramatics Director HAZEL CAVES Bowling Green, B.S. Ed. 7th and 8th Grade Mathematics F.T.A. Sponsor I F FACULTY JOHN BORTON Ohio State University, B.S. Ed. Agriculture F.F.A. Sponsor FREDERIC CRINER University of Toledo, A.B. English II English Composition IV Latin I and II I 1 EDGAR FISHER Muskingum College, A.B. Driver Education Physical Education Basketball Coach Ass't. Football Coach JEAN GOLLING Findlay College, A.B Bliss College, B.S.C. Stenography I and II Business English IV Hi-Teens' Sponsor Dean of Girls FREDERICK FLEEMAN Antioch College, A.B Chemistry Algebra II Solid Geometry Plane Geometry Trigonometry M AYNARD HALL Cornell University, M.E. Specialization Certificate in E.E. Rutgers University, Ed.M. Industrial Arts FREDERICK KOENIG Heidelberg College, A.B. Tifiin University, B.S.C. Bookkeeping General Business Economics-Law General Mathematics Annual Advisor Visual Ed Advisor HOVVARD LONCMIRE Otterbein College, B. Mus. Ed. Vocal Music Choir 7th 8: 8th Grade Chorus Boys' Glee Club Girls' Clee Club Elementary Band 10 FACULTY RICHARD LAB Findlay College, B.S. 8th Grade Ohio History Sth Grade American History Orange 8: Black Advisor Quill Sr Scroll Sponsor Baseball Coach ELLEN MATTESON Ohio Northern University, A.B. Western Reserve University, B. L. Sc. School Librarian LUCY HETZEL Heidelberg College. A.B. Ohio State University BLA. 7th Grade Language Arts LAVVRENCE HOUPT Ohio Northern University, B.S. Ohio State University lNI.A. Government Sociology American History CHARLES HOOD Indiana State Teachers College, B.S. Ohio State University, MS. Biology 7th Grade Science Graduation Supervisor JEAN KARNS Otterbein College, B.S. Ed. Physical Education Health Sr. G.A.A. Sponsor jr. G.A.A. Sponsor Pep Club Sponsor FACULTY RATHERINE TUCKER FENTON VVOLFE Denison University, Heidelberg College, A.B. B.S. Spanish I and II Physics English I Algebra I Football Coach Reserve Basketball Coach Dean of Boys Athletic Director AUGUST YODER Bluffton College, B.M.S. Instrumental Music Senior Band Cadet Band Pep Band Dance Band CLARENCE INIOLITOR Ohio Northern University, ILS. Ohio State University, A.M. Physical Eclueation 7th Sr Sth Grade Health Geography Vllorlcl Ilistory junior High Football Coach junior I liglr Basketball Coach Truck Coach Ili-Y Sponsor ELIZABETH RILEY Ohio State, B. Sc. in Home Economics Vocational Home Economics F.H.A. Sponsor EVELYN NEUAIEISTEII Asbury College, A.I3. Ohio State University, hl.A. Sth Grade Language Arts JAMES SCI IOENBERGER Ohio State University, B.S. Eel. Science I Social Development Faculty Manager of Athletics i I I l I l 11 MAINTENANCE MEN DIETITIANS ii? H4-111 the left: Mr. Ruhert Knttermnn, Mr. Nurinun Nieli.urtlwn, Hr. Virgil King, Mr. Aitun Arnold. ,lin these men we extend ll trihute of thanks for their eiiieient work in the huilding and their diligent help to the students and the fneuity. ilihey have nmcie the sehoui ai elenn and eomA llwrttihle place. from the left: Mrs. George Denman. Mrs, lfreclerieia Young, Mrs. Iluruld Phillips, Mrs. Milttm Homer. Eueh day ol' the st-lwul year these women seried us meals which were ezlrefully phinneti so that the students and the hleuity could enjoy '1 n'elih.1l11m'eci diet. To them we give sineerc alppreeintirm :md thanks. SENIGRS CLASS MOTTO: PCl'l'CL'fi0l1 may not strive for it. CIJXSS COLORS: Purple and XVl1ite CIASS VLOVVER: Pink Rose UH ICIQRS S1'1'11'1111',1' S11.x11ox. U1 1 111 1 1 X,il'U'lJ"l'Silll'll, l.A11m' I 1 11x1 xx l'1wi1lv111 l5111N1 1 IN Ku1'x711 'I'1'm1s111L1 ll1-11111111 R11 1 IZR bc obtained, but those go farther who WILLIAM BAKER HENRY BILS CHRISTINE BOLISH JAMES CIIENEY DAVID CRARY MICHAEL BATTON JASON BLUE ELAINE BOOK JANICE CORNISH GENE DELAPLANE Cl lARl,U'I'TIl DILLION CZER N Y Ii Y ESTON E CAROL VRISCI I KENNISTH GRAHAM VIRGIL IIIQFITIQLFINGER nd ., """' ..... ' SHARON IQKHQRERRY n,-ui ,xxxra rmisu ,lfxmgs ufxxluulz CIIARLFS ll.-XLIH7 CAROI. IIIIHR MARCINA IIEHR JAMES IILIFFIXIAN PAUL KOTTFRMAN FRANKLIN KRICHBAUM MARILYN KU NERT X was WK' Nw gl? :If .. A , .N qbblur Ng, N55 1 S 9 , aww. f ,, J I, nw 4 .' :n JOHN IIOOVER HAROLD KELLER DAVID KRAMER FRANKLIN KUENZLI CHARLES LAMBRITE LARRY LEHMAN PATRICIA LINSTEDT STEP! IEN NIATTESON jOYCE MILLER SHARON MUTZNER -...N ROBERT LININC-ER ANN MADDOX MARILLA AICCLAIN RONALD MOSER BARBARA MYERS BEVERLY NILXVELL SIIIRIIIY NIfXX'Ifl I. SI IARON OIILRIQRG DAVID I'IlII.l,II'S DENNIS RALL NORIIA NIZXVIELL DAVID NORRIS SANDRA I'A'I'CIIIi SI IIR LEY PLOTT DIANE ROSS '1 KENNETH ROVVLAND SUSAN SI IIREMAN JACK SMITH MICHAEL SOLITHVVARD JANIS STEINMETZ I ky AX,.,.agg4 ,. . xr X wffx 2 X 52 Nga' X , :Z - V s R' W' N Q Q X8 ag F f X XSS? SY JN: Qi, K . y -:. -- 2 ' ' A wi? ' z ' ,. :E fmfw SUE ANN SCI IOENBIZRGER SHARON SLENINIER SARAH SXIITI I ROSEMARY STEIERT JERRY STINIPFLE JANET STRASSER CAROLYN SXVEHLEIN DAVID VOOHIIEIS ,IANIS VVARPEL SANDRA XVILLIAMS MARY JANE SWAITI Z RONALD THOMAS MARGARIZT XVARD EDNA VVELLS DONALD YOUNG 3 I E9 1 I w :?. 1 .x 5. ' i XXL, +. I.- In 'x WHA or nur av, ' . . ms Q, r ,,. N. , g, .... Y, 'Q ! Fl-ii!! Q.: X K' 3?z' 9 'K ' I .. K. M ug. " 'Laa- Q - 'LJ "M jf? QS. 33' , A 1334 , Ek Mus, A 3: GQHNP 3,53 ?3V gui W, 1 ,x 1, . rm . "w.'.:' X A 'i M ., 5 ' 1 xx J' . + .- .- X. . ,Q Af ,a. '- , X at 2 Q 3 . ., rx . :A j j 0 - az. : ... SENIOR ACTIVITY INDEX WILLIAM BAKER Hi-Y 45 Varsity U 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Football Co-Captain 4. MICHAEL BATTON Concert Band 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Pep Club 45 Varsity U 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2. 3, 45 N.O.L. First Team Football 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 35 Class Play 4. HENRY BILS Pep Club 35 Track 15 Shop Manager 4. JASON BLUE Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3. 4: Varsity U 45 Football Manager 45 Track Manager 3, 4. CHRISTINE BOLISH Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Ir. C.A.A. 15 Sr. C.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Orange and Black Staff 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Track Attendant 1. ELAINE BOOK Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 Choir 2, 3, 45 Ir. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens Ollicer 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Orange and Black Staff 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Oflice Work 2. JAMES CHENEY F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Officer 45 Football 2. JANICE CORNISH Glee Club 45 Ir. G.A.A. 15 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2. DAVID CRARY Class Ollicer 35 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Choir 35 F.F.A. 1, 25 F.T.A. 3, 45 F.T.A. Officer 45 National Thespians 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Student Council 35 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 35 Senior Scholarship Team 4. GENE DELAPLANE Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Choir 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 25 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Hi-Y Officer 3, 45 Student Council Officer 4. CHARLOTTE DILLION Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. C.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. OEcer 4. SHARON EKLEBERRY Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 County Solo and Enselnble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 3, 45 Clee Club 15 Choir 3, 45 Jr. C.A.A. 15 Sr. C.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3. CZERNY EYESTONE Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 45 Pep Band 45 Band Oflicer 45 Student Council 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. 3, 45 F.T.A. Oflicer 45 Basketball 15 Class Play 35 Buckeye Boys' State 3. RAE ANNE FRESE Delphos jefferson 1, 25 Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Pep Band 45 District Solo and Ensemble 35 State Solo and Ensemble 35 Choir 3, 45 Sr. C.A.A. 3, 45 Hi-Teens 3, 45 Tri-Masque 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Orange ancl Black Staff 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Scholarship Team 3. CAROL FRISCH Clee Club I5 jr. C.A.A. 15 Sr. C.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Office VVork 4. IANIES CANIBER Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Officer 35 Pep Club 35 Hi-Y 45 Varsity U 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Honorable Mention N.O.L. Football 35 Basketball 15 Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. KENNETH GRAHAM Class Officer l. 35 Student Council I5 Annual Stall 45 Hi-Y 45 Varsity U 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball Co-Captain 45 Honorable Mention N.O.L. Foot- ball 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honorable Mention N.O.L. Basketball 3, 45 Basketball Rebound Trophy 35 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4. CHARLES HAUFF Concert Band 3, 45 Marching Band 3, 45 Choir 2, 35 Class Play 35 Hi-Y 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3. VIRGIL HEFFELFINGER Class Officer 15 Annual Staff 45 Hi-Y 2, 45 F.F.A. 15 Varsity U 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 N.O.L. First Team Football 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL HEHR Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Ir. C.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Play Festival 25 National Thespians 3, 45 Thespians Officer 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 35 Cheerleader l, 2. MARCINA HEHR Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 15 Pep Band 3, 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 35 State Solo and Ensemble 1, 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Cheer- leader 1, 25 Track Attendant 25 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sr. C.A.A. Officer 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Student Council 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Officer 45 Tri-Masque Play Festival 25 National Thespians 2, 3, 45 Thespian Officer 35 Orange and Black Staff 2, 35 Orange and Black Editor 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Scholarship Team l, 2, 35 Senior Scholarship Team 45 Betty Crocker Future Homemaker 4. JOHN HOOVER Concert Band l, 25 Marching Band 1, 25 Pep Band 25 Visual Education 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Basketball 35 Track 45 Class Play 4. HAROLD KELLER Class Officer 45 Visual Education 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Scholarship Team 35 Senior Scholarship Team 45 Class Play 4. PAUL KOTTERMAN Student Council 45 Annual Staff 45 Hi-Y 45 Visual Education 3, 45 Basketball 1, 35 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Officer 45 F.F.A. Public Speaking 2, 3, 45 Parliamentary Procedure 1, 2, 3, 45 Land Judging Team 3, 45 Livestock Judging Team 2, 3, 4. DAVID KRAMER Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Band Officer 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 25 Choir 3, 45 Choir Officer 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Officer 3, 45 Tri-Masque 3, 45 National Thespians 45 Student Council 45 Annual Staff 45 Sound Equipment 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 35 Class Play 35 Operation Youth 3. FRANKLIN KUENZLI Class Officer 45 Student Council 45 Annual Staff 45 Tri-Masque 2, 35 Hi-Y 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity U 3, 45 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.F.A. Officer 45 Parlia- mentary Procedure 2, 3, 45 Livestock Judging Team 3, 45 Land Judging Team 3, 45 Class Play 4. MARILYN KUNERT Majorette l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Choir 25 Choir Accompanist 3, 45 Girls' Ensemble 15 Jr. C.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Class Play 4. CHARLES LAMBRITE Hi-Y 45 Varsity U 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball l, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY LEHMAN Class Officer 45 Student Council 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Scholarship Team 1, 25 Senior Scholar- ship Team 45 Buckeye Boys' State 35 Class Play 4. ROBERT LININCER A Hi-Y 45 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Varsity U 3, 45 'Basket- ball Manager 2, 3, 45 Track 15 Track Manager 3, 4. PATRICIA LINSTEDT Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 35 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble I5 Clee Club 15 Orange and Black Staff 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Sr. C.A.A. Officer 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 35 Student Council 45 Homecoming Attendant 4. ANN MADDOX Jr. C.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 F.T.A. 45 Scholar- ship Team 15 Class Play 3. STEPHEN MATTESON Class Officer 25 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Varsity U 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2. MARILLA MCCLAIN Clee Club 1, 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Jr. C.A.A. 15 Sr. C.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Pep Club Officer 35 Student Council 45 Orange and Black Staff 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F.T.A. Officer 3, 45 Scholarship Team 25 Class Play 35 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4. JOYCE MILLER Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 1. DONALD MORRIS Class Officer 15 Basketball 1. RONALD MOSER Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Marching Band l, 25 Dance Band 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble l, 25 State Solo and Ensemble 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Hi-Y Officer 45 Varsity U 35 Sound Equipment 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 3. SHARON MUTZNER Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Band Officer 45 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Glee Club 15 Choir 3, 45 Jr. C.A.A. 15 Jr. G.A.A. Officer 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 National Thespians 45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 35 Class Play 35 Scholarship Team 3. BARBARA MYERS Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 45 Drum Majorette 45 Majorette 1, 2, 35 County Solo and Ensemble 15 District Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 45 State Solo and Ensemble 1, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Philharmonic Music Camp 35 Class Play 3, 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Play Festival 25 National Thespians 3, 45 Thespian Officer 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Orange and Black Staff 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. BEVERLY NEWELL Marching Band 45 Clee Club 15 Choir 2, 3, 45 Jr. G.A.A. 15 Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hi-Teens 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque 2, 3, 45 Tri-Masque Officer 45 National Thespians 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Pep Club Officer 45 Student Council 45 Student Council Officer 45 An- nual Staff 45 Office Work 4. NORITA NEWELL Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Dance Band Soloist 4, Clee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. G.A.A. 1, Jr. G.A.A. Officer l, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sr. G.A.A. Officer 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4, Thespian Officer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, F.T.A. l, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Officer 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Play 3, Office Work 4, Scholar- ship Team l, 2, Senior Scholarship Team 4, D.A.R. Test 4. SHIRLEY NEWELL Marching Band 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Choir Officer 4, Clee Club 1, Pep Club 3, 4, Jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sr. G.A.A. Officer 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4, National Thespians 3, 4, Thespian Officer 4, Student Council 4, Student Council Officer 4, Ofiice VVork 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Play 3. DAVID NORRIS F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Officer 4, Parliamentary Procedure l, 2, Chapter Judging Team 1. SHARON OELBERG Class Officer 4, Ir. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens Officer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Clee Club 1, 4, Office Work 4. SAN DRA PATCHETT Jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Homecoming Queen 4. DAVID PHILLIPS Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity U 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team 3. SHIRLEY PLOTT jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 3. DENNIS RALL Class Officer 2, Student Council 4, Student Council Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, Pep Club 4, Visual Educa- tion 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team l, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4, Operation Youth 3, Class Play 4. DIANE ROSS Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, County Solo and Ensemble 1, Clee Club 1, Choir 3, 4, Ir. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Pep Club Officer 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Officer 4, Annual Staff 4, D.A.R. Test 4, Scholarship Team 2, Homecoming Attendant 4. KENNETH ROWLAND Concert Band 1, 2, Marching Band 1, 2. SUE ANN SCHOENBERGER Class Officer 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, County Solo and Ensemble 1, District Solo and Ensemble l, 2, 3, State Solo and Ensemble 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Ir. C. A. A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4, Tri-Masque Play Festival 2, National Thespians 4, Student Council 3, 4, Orange and Black Staff 2, 4, Orange and Black Editor 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Track Attendant 3, Annual Editor 4, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Senior Scholarship Team 4. iii SUSAN SHIREMAN Choir 2, 3, 4, Clee Club 1, District Solo and En- semble l, jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Sr. G.A.A. Ofhcer 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens Officer 4, Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 4, District Speech Contest 3, Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, Office Work 4, Buckeye Cirls' State 3, Homecoming Attendant 4. SHARON SLEMMER jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4. SARAH SMITH ,gn G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 3, 4, Hi-Teens 3, 4, .H.A. 2, 3. MICHAEL SOUTHWARD Track 3. ROSEMARY STEIERT Clee Club 1, jr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi- Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. JANIS STEINMETZ Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 4, County Solo and Ensemble 1, District Solo and Ensemble 2, 4, Clee Club 1, Philharmonic Music Camp 3, Ir. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. Officer 3, 4, Student Council 4, Annual Staff 4, Scholarship Team 2, Senior Scholar- ship Team 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, State Solo and Ensemble 4. JERRY STIMPFLE Class Play 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2. JANET STRASSER Clee Club 1, Ir. G.A.A. l, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. MARY JANE SWARTZ Marching Band 4, District Solo and Ensemble l, Clee Club I, Choir 2, 3, 4, Jr. G.A.A. l, Ir. G.A.A. Officer 1, F.T.A. 4, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Tri-Mas ue 4- Pep Club 3, 4, Student Council 1, Annua3 Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4. CAROLYN SWERLEIN Choir 3, 4, Choir Officer 4, Clee Club 1, 2, Ir. G.A.A. 1, jr. G.A.A. Officer 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens OHicer 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Office Work 4. RONALD THOMAS Choir 3, Tri-Masque 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team l, 2- Track I, 2, 3, 4. DAVID VOORHEIS Hi-Y 2 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Sound Equipment 2, Class Play 4. MARGARET WARD Glee Club 1, 4, gr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, ep Club 3, 4. J JANIS WARFEL gr. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, .H.A. 4. EDNA WELLS Ig. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, .H.A. 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3. SANDRA WILLIAMS Lf. G.A.A. 1, Sr. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, ep Club 3, F.H.A. 4, Tri-Masque 3, 4. DONALD YOUNG Hi-Y 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Officer 4, Parlia- mentary Procedure 1, 2, 3, 4. SENIOR It is ftimmcncement night. May 28, 1957. .Ks uc assemhle lor the last time as the Scnior Class ol' '57, we glance at the liamiliar laces ol' our li-llow classmates. and memories ol our high school lile llash helore LIS. llcmemhcr hon' excited and important uc Iiclt uhcn ue Iirst uxillted the halls as l5resh men ol' Upper lligh? Un that Septemher day in IKI53. the l7reshmen class hoasted Iiorty one hoys and lorty liye girls. Nlr. l'iretlei'iely lioenig and hir. llonald Olin lit-Ipt-tl to orient ns to the neu' senior high school routine. Under the leadership ol' lien Ciraham, llutch llelliellinger, and lion Xlorris. ue enjoyed a hard times class party and laid the lonntlation lor the years ahead. .Xccustornccl to high school lille, we heeamc more eonlident in our Sophomore year when nc dehetl into hiology, geometry, linglish, and annther year ol' l.atin. Mr. Frederic friner, Nlr. lfredericlx lfleeman, lom lletfel. Dennis llall. and Steve Xlatteson lilled the cxecutiye posts and arranged lor us another class party. Perhaps most thrilling was the selection ol' our class rings. llow proud we xxere when our Sophomore hoys hegan to represent Ll,S.l l.S. in sports and when "The lloheu leatured a lair ol' our dramatic talentsl ilihat was the year we joined many organiza- tions- lli-leens, Senior C.fX.fX., Varsity U, 'and ilirishlasque. Wle shall never forget those initiations. Sporting llashy class rings, we hegan our eleventh year ol' education. As Juniors we chose David Crary president. Ken Graham and Sue Ann Schoenherger composed his cahinet. lt surely is amusing to thinli of the dilliculty we had organizing a class party that year-ice and snow thwarted our plans each time. ...i r Xnd the lun we had producing "'l'ish"l The comedy was a hit. With Mrs. llaLel Caves' capable assistance, wc manf aged the refreshment stands and earned enough money to give the Seniors a superior up HISTORY prorn. Utn' unusual, Lleep sea theme was "feral fntilliniif' ililu' clays we spent paint ing lish alul tlu' elntlu's we spnltetl mere L'OLlI1llL'HSl ililu' nnrlx, the lun. aiul the eu' operation matle lor a spleiulicl AllIl1lllI'SL'l1lUl' llrnin. Mrs. lllll1ll7L'lll lliley, Xliss lietty hleirielys, Mrs. llafel faxes, aiul Xlr. Dnnaltl llrehus spnnsurecl our ,Iuninr elass. Wie L'ULllll'l1Lll'Llly lu'lieYe that tlu- glnrimis clay haul eonu' nhen ne were Seninrsl Our elass ullieers were liranlt liLIL'l1lll. Slrarun Uelluajg. l,arry l,L'l1I11AlI1. aiul llarnlcl lielleit our elass .ulvisnrs were Mr. 'Inhn llurtun, Mr. Charles llmul. alul hits. liatlu'rine il4LlL'lxCl'. .Xetixilies, luriru'xwi'lt, alul earning IIIUIICB' ltept ns nn the gn L'Ol1Ill1LlULlSly. "NX'hat is time?" ne aslxecl. liL'll1L'l11lX'l' hun' senti mental we lielt when Saiuly llatehett reigiuml as nur llUlllCL'llllllI1Q queen, alul when time luutlxall team alul the lmrul perlinrinetl lm' the last time? .Xliter that last ganux Mr. .Xugust Ynuler entertai1u'cl the Senior Imrul nu'inlu'rs. aiul Mr. Fenton lllillie treatetl the Senior linuthall players. 'lihen haslxethall, hasehall, aiul traelt eanu' aiul went. Lonliing haelx nn our higgest year, we reeall Ullast Bouiulf' our Senior elass party. aiul we visualile Presulent lirank KLlCl'llll making annnuneenu'nts in lumnuwomn. "l,et's get on the hall il' were going to x'VLISl1il1gI0l1,U he would say. Wlell, we clitl get to XVashing- ton, D. C. .Nliter eight months ul' ear washes, halxe sales, turlxey clinners, sales tax stamps, Christmas eaiuly, and earcls. we enjoyed a li2lSL'lIlLlIll1g trip with Mr. alul Mrs. Freclerielx Fleeman Cl1LlPCf0l1il1g. The luniors llOl'Nll'CCl us with a lovely prom hefore Destiny lecl us from the hallowecl halls ol' Upper lligla into tlu' vast wnrlcl beyond. As all seventyfone of us separate into various lieltls of eruleaynr, we shall treasure forever the memories of these past four years in our 'beloved Upper Saruluslay High School. Q9 QA s I 54 U' 'W' '5 W 3 1 Y. X v x 3 3 . it qx ik 4. Ng, . . 7 -T -,Q ff! 1 fi ff, 54' Q Pt sy in 'fx x - ' S 1. :ma ' . f fu 5' A w 2 Wg X , 1 sk If ul , A K , fav TL Q! ' L Q ff fb ,:1,:N , . q. I ff, v W 0' 09 1 ,a : 1 4.1 1 1 Jlf-'Fi' E37 ' . 5. B gr of UNDERCLASSES jx M41 UNIGRS 1 A 'wk '12 Vicehpresizlwzt -Ixxlrjf. xlll.LIC,fXN Sl'Cl'L'flH'.1'-f7'L'l1S1ll't'V resident llul.iiN ,NNN lil 1 I9 S1 EVEN Nlcfonn .ess Row I-Virginia Andre B mu M' if w, onnie Baker Linda Bqldridge James B t V' l r, iw HF Tvs ,J yu-.1 , . . ' eason, IOCIBOTI1, Beverly Brewer, Mary Brewer. How 2-Vernon Brinson, James Brown, Shirley Brown, joel Castanien, Larry Cheney, VVilliam Cole, Marilyn Consrien. Row 3-Frederick Corbin, David Degler, Anne Diller, Charles Eley, Helen Ann Ellis, Elaine Fleehsenhar, Ednz1Frey. JUNIORS .ga It Q , l A A p ,, K l W I .,,:. 2 ' xf:., ' I I l wifi lloscnmry Gillcn Tanya Kucnzli Cathryn Mason Arlene Molire 5 ra' on s . ,few L X. i Antliony I lall Helen Lzmibritc jon McConnell Nancy Moses Larry Hamnum Amaryllis Lawrence Steve n B lcCorcl Albert lNlyers Ann llcnclricks Ann Lciglitcy Joseph lN locker Franklin Myers Jacie lleralrl Donna Leslie David Metzger N larcelle Pence Alice I logan Giles Logsdon Vllayne Mick Roger Powell Larry Karg J Udx' Looman Linda Miller Thomas Racheter Patricia Klein Sue Lovcrich james Milligan john Radwick 31 X' tiff' JUNIORS K in , J' - James Rhoden Susan Shafer Raymond Swartz Carol Rieser Marylou Smith Robert Swartn A at ' Q Patrick Riley James Stansbery Elizabeth Swihart Mcrvin Will Ruby Roberts Mary Steinmetz Larry Thomas Alberta Wolfe Helen Sammet Judy Stubbs Norman Truesdell Phillip VVooten VVilliam Schmcr Rose Mary Sublett David VValton Marla Schultz Robert Summit Ianet VVells JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Seated: l'atricia Klein, ,Iudy , Stubbs, 'lhoinas Racheter. XVilliam Schroer, Anne Diller, llelen Ann Ellis. Stumling: David Degler, Rose Mary Suhlett, John lladwick, Carol llieser, joseph Meeker, David Metzger, Elaine Flech- senhar, Larry Gheney, iVil- liam Cole, joel Gastanien. Robert Swartz, james Brown. Norman lruesdell. . .... gg... I I we::,:m:i,m3. .ff- UOUR TOWN " Grover's Corners is a small town in New Hampshire, U.S.A. As in all little com- munities, the town folk unite into one, big, and happy family. Emily Webb and George Gibbs are neighbors who have grown up together. One day, while at a soda fountain. they discover that they are in love. After their gradua- tion, Emily and George are married in the presence of virtually the entire community. A few years later, Emily dies. Although transported to a digerent world, Emily wishes to relive one more day on earth. She discovers that while she was young the days flew hy with little significance. She realizes, too late, that she had not enjoyed life to its fullest capacity and that she had always been in too much of a hurry. Funeral scene and wedding scene from "Our Town." 33 SOPHOMORES af Q President , EDVVIN SCHUENBERLLER l'ice-president DAM. QQERBER SL'L'l'L'fH1'j'-fTCfIS'llTCTH JAMES XAlITlEL How I-Donald Aclzuns, Sylvia Armstrong, Mary B.-necliet. james Bennett, Mary Lou Best, Junior Binuu, Nancy llixler. Ron' 2-Burlduru Bringmun, Rem Brown, jolm Burns, Jane Caldwell, Gilbert Castillasgu, Judy Cheney, Melvin Colman. How 34Kuren Colvin, VVillinm Conner, Frederick Cook, Xlairy Cook, Riellzlrcl Crary, Floyd Culver. SumlraDielunann. SGPHOMORES i A 3" NN 5, 1 'X px -. -all , Norbert Jean Frey Frisch Sue David l lille l lehr Snnalru Robert Knrg Kauble Jznnes james Koehler Koenig Charles Gault john llehr Charlotte Kenun Kristina Kuulnle Da rl Gerber Dennis Hines Shirley Kiehl Ronald Kramer Y x we 'i r l Darwin Harry Giles Graham Lynn Betty llunter johns Helen Susan Kin Kline Robert XVilliinn Kriehbu um La mb ri lt' he ,. 'f Sandra Green Daniel jones Elaine Koehler Judy Linstedt SOPHOMORES A r ,- Gloria Luman Bonnie Newell Ellen Pool Edwin Schocnberger Vllilliam Nlartin Judy Newell Rodney Powell Fay Schoolfie ld Thomas Menningen Richard Newell Rachel Rall Charles Schuler P Y Bruce Metzger Kathi Obee Vaughn Reed Phyllis Stephan IZA Ann Miller Trenton Oclberg Kathleen Reile Catherine Stiefel .-'U Kenneth Miller Sharon Parish Judy Riddle Nedra Stimpil C Thomas Myers Linda Parsell Larry Rowland Riley Stover SOPHOMGRES , 4 A, . , .M Q if .. " 1 5 X ggi! s. , l - , .X :-Q 1 ' P A. Q- M, 2 if' " X I ii-flfi V ' 5 V 44 'Nu , h ag-Pg. fb f x 74 gs !..,,, ! - Q , XW, . ,L.. ' ' M , l .": W .. ' l tl Q sn l "-' J ':-- ff ' 3 X ln if ll 3K David Sandra Cluricc Jason Glenna Elaine Madclon Strusscr Thiel Traxlcr Traxlcr Van Horn Van Scoit Vent lrcnc Allen Edward Glenn Barry James Norita Vuorlu-is XValton VVarfel Vllarfel VVines VVit2cl VVolfe Phyllis james Janice Rodney Roger XVooten VVorline Yeatcr Zehfus Zehfus ff l in Qi! siif 5 iw? fl A Ri lj W , ' 4' 4' Ja r f .. -.,.v- A FRESHMEN 'I-l'L'l151ll'L'f l7lL'l'- Jrz'Slclc'lIf l Pl'L'SltlL'lIf Secretary' llxmx um llulms BONNIE Sr msnrm' 'l'imM,-xs liifxfxw Cfuzm linux' :af 24 . - , J 2 Xxx . ... -q.x , I K1 ' t R Lf, limi' lffluclrcy Andrew, Carol Baker, Curtis Baker, Judith Bils john Booth Carol Bouv Quvm Brin 1 mam. lln1i'Z-llzirlmrn Burns, l.,zlrr'Czll '-ll K' ' " ' ' ' ' " ' ' N' 5 icvu . .ly Cfarrnll, C1llflhllI1L Lassal, lhynmond Cldflflill. Burlmra Cluuicc. llruncln Cliuncc. Hou' 3-Philip Clark, jesse Cuclicmvur, ,lanncs Clmk, Robert Cullninglmiii. lJCl1l1l5 llanultrm, Carol Drcw, Kathleen Eippert. :fi tfkf - 4 :N Cary E klcbcrry Sharon Fink Lynn Cctv Linda I Ichr FRESHMEN iw.: f r 5 iw 4' if W 3 x .... Lary Eklcbcrry VVillis Fnrcman jerry Gicr John Hood David Eley Patsy Fox VViliiaxn Griffith Sha ryn H uuseholdcr Ray Emmons Thomas Fox Barbara Hulhedel David Huffman ., I Mary Evans Shirley Frisch Richard Hamilton James johnson Rohcrt Evans Paul Gault Sandra Hannum Martha Kear Sheryl Eycstune I Iclcn Gcrhcr joseph H edges Donald Keller FRESHMEN i rre an ,. 'H' ' A YU V' fr I .,.44i"f"f5": K had in ,Q uh RS! ,. 'X .. P' an xi, X af i li 11' E .J . -A pr' I as 4 iii 1 ,ia ,, . , New . gif 8.6! if Q-4 .f Q, . .5 41,3 Yvonne Keller Nlargaret Kline Sharon Lind Paul McClain Tlmomas Kenan David Koehler Jeanette Logsclon Rosie McClain Sharon Kilgore Robert Kraus Juanita Long Barbara McDermott Sliaron Kinlcy Ted Kuenzli A lary Long George VVilliam Kinley Linda Kuciuli Sharon Lotz Diane McGilliard Menningen llr vlmcrt Kleinlcin Robert Lear JOY Lyon Helen Nlessnier Dennis Kline Rita Lciglitcy Barluara Martig Ca rol K l i'l ler 'n U .nik FRESHMEN 5,,s , i. Q X V : Q a.. 'H ":' S P' r . ual' ff Katlilcun Miller SllIill1l'1C Oslvorn Leonard lla ll james Rittcrspach X lalrily n Nlillur james Uverrnx L r Nlarva llall Phyllis Ritterspach llicliarcl Xliller Lincla Packer Xlary Rall Carol Ross elf i nf W Q. e X Robert Morris Dorothy Pr-nwell Reuben Rall Joyce Schciclegger ij XII lf .,f...nc.-ami Ai.: ac' Q W. .wa QQ' NG' ..-Mr Bernard N ieclerlu :li r Franklin Quail Sarah Riley Kaye 5: ...Q ,, G 3 ' N 0 x 'S Q A Mary Peggy Moses Myers Margaret Darrel Pool Pryor Sue Kathleen Rlioclcn llife joseph Edwin Schindler Schoenberger Schrenk FRESHMEN A-H Q V ,.,. t C 9 r - , it W 4 :i 3 E i gy X :Y i '? fl I 'ii 5,4 AA 'I K sv. f X17 r, 1991 Q0 2 r A K' .- it iq, ,su ,, . ' tl 1 '95 J QT W 'fx ' f ' il' , 'fig ' .Q , fi rw 5525, A. .sl .A ,Q in - H ,E 3,4 ji Y utr A Q .1 wi ...M 5 . ,, 5 t N 'A ' F- , "v , 'vs 1 V, I :Q I .1- 2 -Ki' If f r kr- r f Ilan' I-Rayinuml Sehruer, Shirley Shearer, Robert Sit-gel, Charles Smith. Fritz Smith. llarulcl Smith. jaines Smith. Ilan' 2!Nl:iry Smith, Bunnie Stunslwry, Ruhcrta Stanshery, Cary Starling, Linclu Stowe Kzirtn Strasser, Ktnnth Swartz. Row 3-Robert Swartz, Larry Sweigurcl, Szmclra Swerlein, Rusrilin Thiel. Gary Ulrich, Virginia Ulrich, Rita Veith. Row 4-john Vent, Ellen Voorhees, Ralph Vvalters, lloseinury XVelly, Robert VVhit1n0re, Rudy Vllilkinsm, Janus VVilson. Row 5-Ronald VVisner, Roger VVoll'rum, Phillip Yualcuin, Frederick Young, Tlinznus Young. . , 4-9- ,- 1 HA lE E TH GRADE llmn- I NI.u'x Xl.iwn, Lmululim- Kuvuyli, Ilugcr Czislnnicn. Iqmix Kiulil, Xlnrlx lfvurctt, Snmlm Kilgorv, Paul Mcflillianl, llutli U.n'l'i-l. l.ui'rx Smilli. limlal lciglllvy, Xnilxl lung. Rulvvrl lxinlcy. ,lurk 'l'um1mn, Sliirlcy llmull, Jamivs lNlym'rN. l'rqL1x lulxur. Philip ikufk, -lill llcmlriclis, -lAlI'lll'S lfvams, Sumn llruun, 'lg-rrp Smith. Nlr. llrmnrnl l.lYI1gl11lI'U. llflu' Zf XII. Xugus! Mull-r, -lulm Xlillcr, lli.inc llnlu'r!sn1i,SI1'llzi Smitll, Ulixliv DiL'lx.isnn, 'lulin lxvnnn, llvzinm' IJYIIIIS. jainics Ln-vu, liml,i Rnml.l, ,luily Xpplciimli. lliainn l'l'L'il'cr, Ulm' illniiiliglmm, Xliulnwl Nlk'c1Il1lk'll, lluiglil Cliliwn, llunnlnl Ilill, ,l.nm-x f.u.1Ilmllvr. Xl.u'xin llcnlwtt, lllunrsl Clrmu, llvuzllsl lxzirg. SIUYUII Ylcinliicly Nliss l.llCy llL'I7n'l. limi' ZA Sliirlrx Nmitli, lIirli.u'nl l'.i!m'lic'!t, llfllp Diclwrt, fliris tluliiimn, Nlnry li-L-Ivy, jan .Xsl.uns, flirislilic llmvcr, Yllilliilm llringlinm. lxgirrn lxuvllli-r. llninl lcalr, Carol llcncc, lliL'lm1'4l C41n'l'ull, jmly XYisiu'r, lluiiil llolirlmiigll. fimnic lxnrg, William lllnmn, llmmlml lxicsx, lu'i'1'It 'l':lylm', llzlim' Xlziliix, llfm' 4- jmly U clnli, llnclivl SIl'lI!l'l', .Xmy Dillcr, Rum' lil.: Ubllx, Xl.urvl.u Xlxuix. lhily Xi-ui-Il, Plwlu' l'mii1vi', llgirlmrn llirli:ii'mls.uii, Xvil Quail. ll'i'1li'i'inli liillbll. jilmly llilw:-L, I'.iin Suirxf. N.uuli.u l.n'ick, Phyllis Ymxrln-is, Rulu-rl.: Clillrzun. Ili-tty Xluurv. ,Indy Nillximon. Olin: CL.ucl1uI1. EIGHTH GR DE I ., . , , ,. . . ,., , lwll' l U lllmm Xlqilwy. lrgmlilm Nlnrlwi. lwluiirsl lun Squat, lJ.muI lln-lir. llluliiqix lflillilli. llugcr lulirc. llc.lu'i'l llilsilug. llpnul llmu'lu'r. Q.ilxin lhki-l', ,lulin lvv, lzirry Xn'.llL'i', Duiglil lxvnllivlal, Klyali- I.iylur, .larsl Xuxlin. llmiimx Xl.ulili, llnniuw Ni-mlx. llnu' J ll.ill.is llnrlli, ,Xlungi lxvlly, Sllnrmi liixirml, lxvinic C'oiim'r, XYilli:ll1i lliII4'l'sp:u'li, -lulin St.nulu'ly, lxnn llnvrm-, -l.nm's Nvuinxin. Xlnry Nvuinaiil, llnxicl Xlnllv, lurk lcclup, lliflinrnl kuvnfli, Dnxinl llrim'lim'r, Xl'lIli.mi ll.1i'llmlmm'xx. Xlivlmm-l Svlim-:ilu-l'gul', I'i-lur Milliyiu, Xlim lxvlyn Xviliiwisivr. llnuf 3-Xlr. llinlmril lzilv, lliizu ,Xlcmlx-, Larnlxn Oxlmrn, Xl.ul.ulxu Uglmrn, l.:irl Clliziilirirlx. Dsliisl l':i!n'lim'It. l'.ll lvcli-3, lloiiglnx Sivplwiix. Xliclmul lN-'ILL llrlll.u'4l lhinwn. llulwil K-my, Rim-L llanliamaly. -lzlinm lillll. ,luily Xluiisclk Xliw -Immun lxarnx. lluu' 4 Sumlizi l'l1illipx, 'Iu.mu Ill-mn. lxml.1 limlx. Carol XY.iliul1, l'u1riciqu NI.irl.li-3, Nqnqy Xulnfr, j.u L S14-plu-ns, XYilliznn Smiili. ll-'Hifi-' lf'll"LZ- Xvrnmi Uui.ms. ,lmlx l.iul'vm'u. -lailucs llliylun, Xl:uliml.i lxzug, louis llmwmlirl. Xgillry l'mw1uqm. llvliy Nxi.nll. llwu 3 l'.lul llillvr, lJuu.ulnl lllnulcli. llni'lml'n Xlvi'u'1. llulclic Xliimlil, lynm- Slu'lmlrii'lx. Suv lulilimii, lr.im'L's I.uxlur. -Iw.mm- 1,..uli. XI.uy Xnn ilunicr. lxallmi 'laiyluig I'lt:u Mmi'liww, l'nlrin'igi llumun, Carol lixiimli, l.1rm.ulv-In Slnlllu, Sxlim Xlcllillnilnx. liml.i l.u'rmnlw, jill llurlzm. lhrnl lixml., N .. rv-up ,,,i...1--- '- We 4JfGgA STUDENT COUNCIL Seated: Dallas Barth, john Kenan, Beverly Newell. Shirley Newell, Susan Shireman, Mar- eina Hehr, Sharyn Householder. Standing: Steven McCord, Den- nis Rall, CTIUTTIY Eyestone, Janis Steinmetn, Patricia Linstedt, Sue Schoenbergcr, Marilla McClain, Mr. Robert Barclay, Judy Lin- stedt, David Kramer, Paul Kot- terman, Franklin Kuenzli, Larry Lehman, Edwin Sehoenberger, Gene Delaplane, Thomas Kenan. Under the constructive leadership and guidance of our principal, Mr. Rohert Barclay, and this years oflicers, the Student Council has promoted better understand- ing oi' school problems among the students. Sponsorship of the animal Student Coun- cil Talent Show, the Mock Election in which all high school students took part, a dance after a football game, the Christmas decorations, and the selection of assemhly programs were among the many projects accomplished this year. The mcmhership of Student Council is comprised of the presidents or representatives of all the classes and the organizations in school. rm- W Q . ' I ,I , it v. I 1 ' N llie ollicers lor the year were Dennis Rall. presidcntz N X Clcne Delaplane, vice-prcsidentg Beverly Newell, secref X X l.lI'y'1 and Shirley Newell, treasurer. ' I all ORANGE Sc BLACK 'llhe Orange and Black Stall has written "SO" to another year's puhlications. Under Mr. lliehard l.ah's supervision, Editor Nlarcina llehr and her stall' worked diligently so that the school newspaper could he puhlished each Saturday in the Daily Ultiel'-Union. Nr. Frederic Criner proofread all material heliore it was sent to press. Via editorials. sports items, and cluh news, the Orange and lllaelx inliornied the puhlie ahout per- sonalities and happenings at U.S.l l.S. QUILL .se SCROLL Quill and Scroll, the international honorary society lor high school journalists. was reorgani7ed this year hecause ol' a growing interest in news- paper writing. Xleinhership in the organiyation is limited to juniors and seniors who have demonstrated their journalistic ahilities hy writing lor thc Orange and Black News and who have good general scholastic standings. 'lihe liaeulty advisor ol' Quill and Scroll is Mr. Richard Lah. Seated: Anne llilltr. Xlary Stein lllL'll, llelcn Ann lfllis, Nlareina llehr, lllaine lloolt, llarlmara Myers, flirisline llolish. Sinful ing: Sue Ann Sclioenherger, Giles logsdon, llae Anne lircse. llaxid Degler. llatrieia l.instcdt, Xllilliain SL'lll'UL'I', lflaine lilech- senhar, Mr. Richard l,ah, Xlarilla Kltlllain, Mr, lirederie friner, Kathi Olmec. llohert Sn'.1r'l. Sandra lllhicl. Svuletl: llarhara Myers, l'ati'icia l insledl. Xlarilla Kleflain. Chris tine llolish, lflainc llooly. Sinful' ing: lflaine lfleclisenliar. Xlarcina llt-hr. llac Anne lfrese, Xlr. llieliard latlt, llayid llegler, Sue Ann Selroenlmcrger. ANNUAL STAFF Nlr. lfrcclcrick Kucnig BUSINESS STAIII: Swltcrl: Sliarun AlllIlI1L'l', llcnnis Rall, Patricia I,imn-dr, Nlarilla McClain, Business Nan- agvr, Ucric Dclaplanc, Paul Kuttvrman, Mary 'lam' Swartz. Strzmlizzg: llavicl Kramer. Caru- lyn Swvrlcin, Virgil llcllcllingcr, l7ranklin lQUl'l1lli. C'lllC'Lll,A'l'lON S'l4Al7l7 l7rmn ilu' Ivfr: Carol Frisch, Sliirlcy Newell, Susan Sliircman, llcvcrly Ncwcll. Roscniary Stvicrt. lQlJl'l'Ulll,'Xl, Slf-Xll Surltunl: Rau Anno lTI'L'5L'. Svniur llix trnrian: Diane Russ. 'l4rv.rsur'vrg Nurita Xcwcll. Art liclimr: Sun' Ann Sclicvcnlicrgcr. Eclitur-in-L'l1icl'g Susan Sliirvnian, txKllllllllSll'1lllLIll1 lflaim' Book, Sucial lfcliturg Nlary ,Iam- Swartl, Class XYill. SllHIlllllQI Slmarmm Ocllicrg. Clulm lklitm: Nlar tina llvlmr, fluli licliturz llavicl Kramcr, Snap Pl!UIlIgl'.IlDl1L'I'1 far-fl llclir. i'Xlll'l1ll1lSII'.lIlIll11 SlL'Pl!L'Il Xlat tcsun, Spurts lfclitur: Sliarun Nlllll nur, fluli liclimrz lim-id frary, llr-px' Cfluli linliturz .lanix Stvinrm-tx. Nluxic lllitnrg Kr-nm-xlm Craliam. SINJYIN llcliturz fliristinv llulisli. Claw Play: llarliara Nlyurs. flaw Will. TRI-MASQUE Uncler the spnnsnrsliip of Mrs. Iiorresl II. Ilaenn, tI1e 'I'ri-nlasque CiIllIl is eninposed of wpliniiimes. juniors. and seniors who are especially interested in all phases nl the cIr'nn'ilie 'nts . I I , . Iliis year lI1e eIuIu elinse time IllIIllXX'llIg olIieers: PresuIent, Marelna IIeIn': X'lL'C'I,l'L'SlLIL'I1I. Indy SluInIusg ilireasurer, IIex'e1'Iy Newell: Secretary. Mary SICIIIIDCIIL and I7IeLIge LIIIQIIYIIILIIL IIarImra A iws. Smilmi: NI: Nm-ni-II, Xurila Neuell. Shirley Yi-nn-II, IIeIn', Iiurluara Myers, Sliirnlum: ue Inn SeImenIrerger, Ilaxinl Ixixnnel' Unnl frarx. Xlu. IIUIII .lenll aruii ,XIuIlner. IIN erIx limi' ! Ilae Xnne Irese, Ileverly Xeuell, Mary Sleilxlnew, Nlareinn IIeI11', jmly Stulilu, Iulaine Illmk. Hun' ligne Xnn Selmeniwerger. Ilifalielli Nuilmarl. Carol Ilehr. Shirley NeueII. Carul Ilieser. Sharon Nlulzner. liarliara Myers. Hun' 3 -Xurilal Neuell, Susan Sliall-r. XI.n'y -lane SHLIFII. Xinaryllis I anrenee, I' in I r i e i an Ixlein. I Iainu IIeeIlwnIlar. Nancy Xlusex, C'a!I11'y n Masun, Mrs. Ilnili Ilaeun. limi -1- james Cam Iyer, Nurinan 'I ruessIeII, Gene Ilelaplane, RuIu'i'I SXYIIYII, .Xnn Xlaahluy, XI.u'iIIa Xleflalili, Ianyzl Ixuen1Ii. IIeIen .Xml llllis. Hun' ifXIilIiain Sehrner, Daximl Mew ger. ,laeain I3Iue, Ilayid Ixralner. I'l't'LIl'I'Ik'Ix iiurhin, Ilayid lrary. I7.ninI Ileglei. Iranlylin Ixuenlli. Hun 6-Salulra XI'iIIi:nns, IIIHIAI II.iI-Iiinlge, linda Miller. Xnn Ilendlieln. Xrlene Mulire. Xnne Diller, KIIFISIIIN' IIuIiaIi, Susan 8Ili1'enl.in. NATIONAL THE PIANS Upper SannIusIyy rlimop 580. wliieh holds a charter in the National Tliespians Society, attempts to prninute airainaties in tI1e Iligli seIinoI. Any student earning len points in cIrainaties is eIigiI1Ie In join. 'I4I1e nIIieei's for IQS6-I957 were Shirley NeweII, presinientg Norita NeweII, yiee-presinlentg and Carol Ilelir, secretary-treasurer. 49 R 'S' Z H 1 - T E E N S ' ' f . , . f ' Q, L1I1L1L'f 1110 01111111110 111111 1111111g11t1111 g111111111c1' 111 t11c 5111111 Q ' wr, Xlisb 112111 1Q1111i11g, 111111 t110 1111i00rs, 1110 11i-100115 111111 11111111101' SLlL'k'L'SS1'll1 111111 11'111't1111'11i10 year. 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S1111r1111 l,11I01101'I'3- -V111 X111111111x. 1111115 S11'111IIN'1l, 1111i'11-11111. X111-rx, 1111' 11 1111111110 11111101, 1111101 111-111, 11111111 01100, 11111is 1Y11rf'1, 111111 11111i111111, Hairy 1101101111't. X1.1ry 11r1'11'0r1 lx 715111111 X 1 1 11111110. 111111 1i11s1011I. 1.1110 111111111-11, .X1111 X1i110r. 1111r1111r11 111'i11g1111111. 311111 g1l'11ll11l'1I, 1Xr10110 .11111r0. 1lll1y St1111s, 1.11111 1111--01. 111111110111 S11'i11111'1. l111s011111r1 St0i0rt. x1ill'11jI1 1x111101'!. X1i!1'111ll'1'1 1Y11r11. 5.1l1111'11 171110110111 S1111r11n 8111111111111 S.1r.111 Smith. 1,i111I.1 1'11r5c11, bill1L1f1l kurg, 11111100 Ycmcr, 1'111ri1'i11 1.i11s1011t. 1, l I X gm? f -f SJ l l ' 5 5 F The purpose of the Upper Sandusky lli-Y Club is "to -' create, maintain. and extend throughout the school and the le I - eonnnunity a high standard of Christian character." ' Again this year, in conjunction with the Upper Sandusky Lions Cluh, the lli-Y sponsored a Christmas gift drive. All students at Upper lligh were asked to donate gifts wrapped in white, which were distrihuted to the poor and needy families of our community. On February 22, the Ili-Y Club held a "South Sea Island Dance" for mem- hers and their guests. The 195657 ollieers were as follows: Gene Delaplane, president: james Milligan, yieefpresidentg Rohert Swartz, secretary, David Degler. treasurer: Patrick Riley, reporter: and Ronald hloser. chaplain. inn' lfliarid Metvger. Rohert Suartl. James Milligan, Gene Delaplane, Ronald Moser, Daxid Degler. Patrick Riley. Hon' lwlrederielt fools. xvllllkllll Baker. Stephen Matteson, Raymond Swartz, Darl Gerber, David Strasser, Joel Cas- Ianien. Franklin Myers, joseph Meeker. Run' .'lvl'aul Kotternian, lranltlin Kuenzli, james Gamher, Edwin Sehoenherger, Norman 'I'rm-sdell. David Phillips, Virgil llellellinger. james Reaston, lidward Vl'arlel, Paul Sheldriek. Ron' 4-jason Illue, xvlllllllll Schroer. larry l,ehnian. Frederick Corbin. John llnover, Rohert Lininger. David Kramer. VVillian1 Martin, Charles l.anihrite, kenneth Graham. Run' 5AMr. Clarence Molitor, Rruee Metzger, Richard Newell. 'l'homas Raeheter. 1-lL'l'llj' liyestone, Michael llatlon, David Yoorheis, Meryin N'ill, Ronald 'lhomas, Rodney Zehfus, James XVorline. 51 The purpose ol' Senior C.r'X.A. is to interest girls in sports anal gymnastic activities. This eluh stresses cooperation with the tlepartrnent ol' physical etlueation. .Xny girl who is active in physical etlueation and in athletic aetirities is qualilietl to join Senior C.A.rX. ilihe girls engaged in many useful projects to earn money for the soeial highlight of the year, the annual spring tlanee. During school the mexnhers partieipatetl in volley hall antl hasltethall tournaments. This year the eluh eleetecl Patricia Linstetlt, president: Susan Shireman, vieefpresi Llent: Norita Newell, secretary: and hlareina llehr, treasurer. Nliss jean Karns, girls' physical etlueation teacher. sponsored the association. Rim' I-.Xnn leightey, Rosemary liillen. Virginia .Xntlreug Helen Sannnet. .Xnne Diller, Norita Newell. Susan Shirt-nian. Patrieia linstedt, Mareina llehr. Xlaryluu Smith. Shirley llroun, jaeie lleraltl, .Xnn Ilendrieks. Run' 2-- Norita XYoIl'e. l'harlntte Kenan. Susan Kline, Sandra Thiel, Phyllis Stephan, Judy Neuell. Sandra ifreen, lh-xa i llroun. lynn Hunter, liar Sehoolliehl, lrenc Yoorheis. Rose Mary Suhlett, Naney Moses. Christine Holish, Donna leslie, Sue Xnn Sehoenherger, Miss jean Karns. Nou' 3-Iftlna Frey. Helen Kin. jean Ifriseh, Sandra XVilli.nns, Sliirles llloll, Tanya Kueuzli, lilaine Yan Seoit, lilaine Koehler. Nancy Bixler, Linda llaltlriclge. Marilla Nleflain. Hun' 4--Sue .Xnn l,o1'ericl1. Klatlelon Vent, Rachel Hall. Shirley Newell, Marilyn Cionstien, C'athr3n Masulm, Susan Shafer, Iionnie Newell. Sylxia .'Xrnistrong. Linda Miller. Netlra Slimpile, lilaine lflechsenhar, lilaine Book. Hou S! llae .Xnne lrese Xlary jane Nwartl, farol lfriseh, janet Strasse-r, Sun- Ilale, Karen Colvin, Marla Skflllllfl, Helen .Xnn lpllis, Carol Ilehr, Beverly Newell, Patricia Klein. .Xniaryllis l.au'renee, llnhy Roherts. Sharon Alll17lll'f. Diane Ross, Sharon lzkleherry. Carolyn Swerlein, ,Xnn Mathlov. Janis Steinmetl. llarahara Myers. Hun' 6-janet Hells, Kathi Ohee, Janis XVari'el, jutly lootnan, jutly Linstvdt, jane faltlnell, Xnn Miller, Barbara lh'lIlglI1Lll'l, Xlary Stein inetl. ,Xrlene Nlohre. Aludy Stuhhs. Carol Hit-ser, lllizaht-th Suihirl, Rosemary Steiert. Marilyn Knnert. Sharon Uelherg. Margaret XYartl, Sandra Patchett, Sharon Sletnnier, Sarah Smith, Linda Parsell, Janice Yeater. ju 1oR G.A.A. 'lihe members of the Junior C..'X.qX. had a yery aetiye and eventful year under the leadership ol' Sharyn llouseholder, lirst semester president, and Sharon Kinley, seeond semester president. 'lio assist the presidents, the following eapahle ollieers were elected: seeretary, Kathleen hlillerg treasurer, Jill llortong intramural manager, lilosie hleclaing and social eltairmtm, Kay Carroll. All girls in the seventh, eighth, and ninth grades are eligihle to join Junior C.rX.fX. Initiation ol' the new I'I1L'l11l5Cl'S tooli place at the heginning ol! the sehool year. ln the spring, the meinhers enjoyed their annual party. Nliss Jean Karns, the sponsor, provided the eluh with earelul guidance. Hun- I-Diane Rohertson, Janis Kichl, Nancy Tooinan, Rita Moore, Patricia Marlyley, Sharon Beard, Connie Karg, Kathleen Miller. Sharyn llouseholder, Sharon Kinley, Jill Horton, Mary Xlason. Judy flppleman, Malinda Karg, ,laequeline Kuenlli. Jill llendrieks, Mona Kelly. lion' 2-Sandra Kilgore, Peggy Culver. Stella Smith, Shirley llrown, Judy Mouser, Patricia Runyon. Judy Lawrence, Betty Diehert, Betty Smarty. Patrieia Young, Nancy Areher. Carol xlxllltlli, Phehe Conner. Carmaleda Smith, Linda Larcomh, Olive Catehell, Carol Penee, lletty Moore. Mary lleeley, .Xmy Diller, llelen Clerher, Joann llrown, Judy XVisner. Ruth XVarl'el, Jeanne Evans. Ilou' 3-Miss Jean lxarns, Carol llouy. Sylvia KlelVillizuns, Judy U'elel1. Judy XVillyinson, Sarah Riley, Palsy SXYZIFIY, Shirley Smith, Sandra Suerlein, Shirley Shearer, Joyee Seheidegger, Margaret Kline, Virginia lllrieh, Carol Lauson, Sandra Phil! lips. Sandra lariel.. l-ftta Yoorhees. Judy Barth, Phyllis Yoorheis, R a eh el Steiner, Kathleen Eippert, Christine Bouer. .Xnita long, lion' -l-llosie hleflain, Sharon loind, Diane Menningen. Karen Strasser, Christine Cassel, Karen laylor. linda llehr, llelen Nlessiner, .Xudrey Andrew. Judy llines, Patsy lfoy, Xlarilyn Miller, l.llen Yoor' lu-es, Goldie Xlinard, llarhara illereer, Mary Ann Gunter. Kathleen llife, Linda Kuenlli, llarhara Alilfllg, l.inda Cook, Sandra llannum. Karen Koehler. Non' 5fSharon lfink, Carol Ross. Lynne Sheldriek. llarhara Richardson, Sue lelunan. Shirley liriseh, Rosemary lYelly, hlary Moses, Judith llils, Susan Eringman, Juanita Long, liarhara Ilalhedel. l!arls.rr.i liurns, Margaret Pool, Peggy Myers. Brenda Chance, Phyllis llitterspaeli, Kay Carroll, Sheryl lu-stone, Joy l.yon, llita Yeith. Run' 6-Linda Leightey, Sharon lotl. Mary Rall, Mary lfyans, Carol Drew, Nlartha lxear, linda Stone, llosalita U'ells, Bonnie Stanshery, Carol Xliller. lloherta Cattran. lletly Xeuell, Yvonne Keller. Karol lranly. liarhara NleDerinott, Kaye Sehrenk, Rosalin Thiel. Xlary Long. Rita Leightey, Sharon Kilgore, ltanees Taylor, Glee Cunningham, Marcia Myers. C10 CERT BA illlcr luutlnaill SLHISUII ciulccl, nvclxs wcu' spcnt prgu'tu'ing sullcs to mlcwlnp llu' Iiniiuwiiimix linux sxiuminiiuuis with llu' nimu', Upper 5Lll1ClLlSIxX' Illgli Scluuml Cmucrl llllllll. lfxcclluiuly clil'Ccu'nI ln' XIV. ,Nugust Yrulcr, tlu' lunul pliiyccl lim' llu' LNUIHIHLIHIIB lnstitulu. Ill NlIlI'L'l1 tluw' INK 'scnluil in iuint cmu'crt with llu' L-luwir. 'Iilu' lmiul p.ii'tu'ipi1Ia'cl in mimlcslx. Pnluwu tlu'y pcrl'umu'il L-xi-L-Ili-imily, mul also in llu' Xortluwn Ohio Irixigiu' Ilaiul Ivslixgil in KIM. CIADET BAN llu' C .ulct Ilnul clrcn' wmpllnu'nts Irwin llu' CZIIICIIS ul Uppvi' S.lI1tlLl5IxY .is tlu'x m.uuluiI ilunn tlu' Iiclil in llu' ripening cL'i'L'l11ui1ics ul' ilu' Iumnu' liuutlmll g.1nu's. lluu lfmlu-il slinp in tlu'n' llI1llUl'Il1S, ll1llL'l'IlL'LI lirum llu' Nlnrcliing llnul: aliul llu'y smziulccl lL'I'l'IllL'. In llu' spring llu' C iulct Ilxnul gnu' ii cmu'L'l'l. .iulucl ln' llu' 'ILEIIIUIA I Ilgli C luvrus. llu la.1n.l is In lu' wi1gi'.itLlI.1Iccl Im' tlu'ir cxu'lIL'nt l5L'I'lilJi'l11.lI1L'US tlmulgluull llu' j,L'.ll'. Ilmu' I Nl.irLin:l Ilvllr. Sm' ,Xnn SnInu'nlu'rgn'r, Ilan' Xnnv I'rm'si'. Ili.nu' Ilmx. Izzy 'iclwullii-lil, Il1'li'n Xnn Iillis. lynn llllIlll'I', Slmwn Xlullnvr, Yum' llailv. fzirnl Run. SIN-nl l'snwtuiu', Ilmim' Xlm K lain. l'Il.nlultc Kcnnn, l':nI1r3 n .Xl.usun, C hrisiilu' Ilulixli. llilfliklfll Nlvrrs, Mary SIm'inln1'Il. Ilnn 2- lIll.uIu'IIi Snllnirl. fnrol Ilvlar. HnrIx.ur.i llringmnu, Nniulrn Ilnvl, lI.iim' linmk, XYiIliznn Kinlvy. I'Inllis Stvplmn. 'I'Iuunn- Xlvn- ningvn. Nuriizi XX'ulIv, Sumniu' Uglmrn. I' li 3 l l i s Ilillvrspgu-Ii, Nunn llringlnqin. llirnl llnnx, llmnilpl lung, Ilmmn I lwliv, I'.ilru'in I IllSll'lll, Slmrml I lxlt' Iwcrrx. -IINIX Sllllulux, I'.iIriL'i.i Ixlrln. jnnws Kcwnig. Susan lxlinv. Clcnc' I7x'l:lplnm'. lI.nnm' X.ln Sunil. jam' C':ililnclI. lluynl fnlxvr, Ilmx' 4 'Ima' NL'lu'iiln'g- gi-1, N.innlr.l Kalrg. Ixzuy l'.n'mll, Hmm' I Winn' ln'lnn,n1. .luslv His- nvr. Slmrnn llvnrml. NI:ul.ilxn Uxlmrn. I'.x!rin'in Xlgnlxlcy, Il.n'lmr.i Ilurnx, S.innIr.i ll.innuin, Xiny Ihllvr. Ilulurrtgi lxitnuin. Kliml Imnlx. I,ilulal I airrullllw, 'lilnly I.unrrmx', Nunn .Xrn'In'r. lair- qurlim- Ixus-nlli, llimlxn Oxlmrn. Ilun .I ,lull Ilurlun. lx.itIn'yn km'- nig, ll.irImm Ilirlmrnlmn, Slizirnn I mf, N In zu r u n I inml. Nl.ury1.n'm'l Ixlnn-. Xl.irri.i Xlyvrx, XYilli:nn Ilillugilmn. lulxn Nlillvr, funnie- lx.irg. Vllxllis Ynuvrlwis, lluIu'rl IXIIIIVX, Ilrrimril lllinxnn, Ilirllzlnl I'.ihIu'l!. Iliilmrnl Clurrnll. Yxlxizl Xnnxlruixg, fzirnl Iunwn, llmmlsl lying. Ilniml Izmir, lynn llurnc. Ilfm' I lim-llx Xunvll. jill llvnil' lukx. lxzirvn Ixnclilvr. lumly Illnvw. Ilivlwll Ililsmg. j.inu'x Ivrailrnillvr, ,lnilx ,Xpplm'mnn. I iiuln Slunc, AI.nnn's Ycvnlx, Illvgvr C .isl:iniL'n, I7.mim-l llrhr. Il .i r In 4' I Su-invr. Ilnu' -I'lll'llY Diclwrl, Slsirlvv llrnn n. Prggx C 'ulv1'r. Xlxlry I'm'm'Ii'y, Xlnry Hull, Ix.nIllm'cn Ilifc. ll in r lv in r .1 xlilfllg. Mr. .Xugusr Yoder. Uanicl Ilulxrlmugll, l'A'lm'r Milligan, Nlivlmvl McC'mnu'll, Yvrnun Origins. llnyinmul Sulirovr. Dwight llilusun, Inscplx Scliinillcr. Kxlllllcvn liippvrl. Yvonnl' Kcllvr. NIi.n'ivn lxlnlvy, llunniu Slqlislwry, Ixli'inIi'ln. ,lulln Ilmrtli. C .nlu'i'im' .Linux SIn'innn'l.', Ihm 3 Czvrnx Xnn Xlillvr, llilgi N villi, -lily I xun. Stivlivl. I iniln Ixuvnlli, I Infin.v- I u'w14iiu'. Xllvn XX .iltnn Dux ul ll.uin'm' Il.lxIa'i, Sznulm I-rn'L'n. I wx. Il:n'lw:n':l II.lIIu'ili'l. Iluu 4 lx w1.' Iilui. Illini' Xlztlgii Chiu Clirixtinm' imwl. Klairllizi Ixcnr. -Illllf Ilils, S.nuIm Snvllvin. Smrling. XurlI.1 Xvuvll. XI1-nm Slmrnn I ink, Xnn I I1'mIriL'Ixs, I In'If'n KQi'1'Iu'r. Ix.ilIiI1'vn R1-ili-. N ill. ,lun Xlrl --nnvll llu Xilvnc Xlulirc, ,Xmnrxllis I uw- I.iny:u IXIIUHIII, Ilunnlil U isnvr. Citirx, 'lqsun I r.1xIi'i. K Il.nIu rz'nL'4'. Xlqrilxn Kunslivn, Xl1lrI.i Ilanial Ixr.1nn'1', I Illllil I'.nwIl. II.uuIli. I mnlilin Xlxvlx I ilnin Srlllllll. Yirgini.1 lllriull. llunicl Dlaniws 'Slu1ixIu'l'y. Alanncx Xlilllvl, Sylmi'nlu'uLu'i. llmmlil Nl:-Xi -lumw. Iliulnvy A-Iwhiu, IluIu'i'I -lulln Ilmul. II.n'rx Klmluznn. Xlirlnwl Iiniimi, ll.ninI Xlvtlgi I Swnrll. larry Sncigznml, Ilulvurl ,lannux Ilualslun, XYiIIi1nn Scln-yur. XIV. xllgllsl lmlvr, MARCHING BAND Dnmi Major: VVilliam Kinley. Head fllujorette: Barbara Myers. Majorettes: Elaine Book, Marilyn Kunert, Donna Leslie, Yvonne Keller, Sharyn llouseholder. Flag Heart-rs: Beverly Newell, Shirley Newell, Mary Jane Swartz. Trnmlmnes: Janis Steinmetz, VVilliam Schroer, James Beaston, Harry Graham, John Hood, James Witzel, Darwin Giles, James Stans- bcry. Linda Parsell. Saxophones: Marla Schultz, Arlene Mohrc, Marilyn Constien, Amaryllis Lawrence, Ann Hendricks, Rodney Zehfus, Tanya Kuenzli, Kathleen Reile, Daniel Jones, Sandra Swerlein, Judy Bils, Ilelen Gerber, Virginia Ulrich. Horns: Patricia Klein, Judy Stubbs, Patricia Linstedt, Sharon Ekleberry, Juanita Long, Carol Bouy. Buritones: David Kramer, Ronald VVisner. Drums: Czerny Eyestone, Allen VValton, Bruce Metzger, Cary Starling, David Koehler. Cymbals: Sue llale. Bell Lyra: Norita Newell. Comets: Floyd Culver, Jane Caldwell, Elaine Van Scoit, Gene Delaplane, Susan Kline, James Koenig, Robert Morris, Raymond Cattran, Barbara Iialbedel, Thomas Fox, Linda Kuenzli, Catherine Stiefel, John Booth, Robert Kleinlein, Larry Sweigard, Robert Swartz. Clarinets: Marcina Hehr, Sue Ann Sehoenberger, Rae Anne lirese, Diane Ross, Fay Schooltield, Helen Ann Ellis, Lynn Hunter, Sharon Mutzncr, Elizabeth Swihart, Barbara Bringman, Sandra Thiel, Carol llehr, Phyllis Stephan, Thomas Menningen, Notita VVolfe, Suzanne Osborn, Phyllis Ritterspach, Susan llringrnan, Joyce Schcidegger, Sandra Karg, Kay Carroll, Sharon Kinley, Bonnie Stansbery, Ann Miller, Rita Vcith, Joy Lyon, Sandra Green, Christine Cassel, Martha Kear, Sharon Fink. Piccolo: Mary Steinmetz. Flutes: Christine Bolish, Cathryn Mason, Charlotte Kenan, Rosie MdClain, Sheryl Eyestone, Carol Ross. Basses: David Crary, Charles lIauIl', Mervin VVill, Jon McConnell, Jason Traxler. Difectnr: Mr. August Yoder. The 1956 Marching Band was a fcaturcd attraction at the football games this fall. ln their llashy orange-and-black uniforms, the band presented spectacular pro- grams of precision marching. A highlight of the ycur was the icy January day that the band marched in Covcrnor O'Neill's inaugural parade. This year, twenty-one seniors leave the ranks of the band. They depart with fond memories of riotous bus rides, early morning practices, and the party given for them by Mr. August Yoder. The success of the band is due to the elrlorts of Mr. Yoder, and to him, from the band, goes a well-deserved vote of thanks. Presiding as oilicers this year were presi- dent, Janis Steinmetzg vice-president, Czerny Eyestone, secretary-treasurer, Sharon Mutzncrg and librarians, David Kramer and VVilliam Schroer. DRUM MAIOR AND MAIORETTES x1All'L'1lIl1g 111 1111- 111-H11 111 1111- 11111111 1111s y1-111' 111-11- 1111- C1l'LlI11 1111111111 1111- 111-4111 1111111111-111-. 111111 1111- ntf 11'.11-1111- 111.11111'1-111-s. 1111-1' s111111'L111v 11-11 1111- 11111111 111l'UlILI11 111l' 11111'11'a111- 1111-1'1s11111 11111111-111'c1's. 1-111- 11111 5L'l111H' 111.11111'1-111-s, 1111111111 11111111 111111 A1Lll'11f'l1 1ilIl1k'l'1. .ll1L1 1111- 111-1111 11111111111-111-, 11lII'17ill'll Myers, 1'1-11-111'1111- 1111-11' s1x111 y1-111' 11s 11111-1111'1-111-s 11115 y1-z11'. X1-X1 yL'All' 1111- C1l'lll11 ll11l.1Ol', 1111111111111 K1I11L'y, 211111 1111'1-1- l11Al1lll'L'11L'S, 1311111111 1-1-5111-, S11lll'yl'l 11111150- 11111111-r, 111111 Y1'1111nc K1-111-r, 11-111 111: 1111111 with 1110 11111111 111 111111 111 1111- 1-11111r 111 1111: 111111-time per- l'11r11111111-1-S. Barbara Myers William Kinley N1iif11f'll K11111-rt 1311111111 11-5111- 111.11111 I3 1111 1x 811.111 ll 11111151-11111111-r Y11111111' K1-111'r R llun' I Slmron Iklclwrrx, Phyllis RittcrspnL'l1. Snmlrn Snurlrin, llzuuliul llnll. llvlcn Sannnwt, Snnmlrgl 'lhiul. llignn- Hoes, Yoritn Nvncll, ,lntly Ncncll, Xlanilyn lonsticn. joycn' Sclwitlrggcr, Nlr. Ilownrd Longmirv. lou' J Sin- Xnn Sclim-nln-1'uv1'. l.n N-ln-olht-lil. Sharon lxinluy, lynn llnntur, 'ihirlcy Newell, 'll10lll1lS low. I.nnvs Ixos-nig, ll'illi4nn lxinlcy. llonnllsl lholngu. Noritn Xl'oll'v. llonniu Nt-nm-ll, Cilinrluttc licllnn, fnrol llclir. Xliclinvl ll.nton. lion' C--llogcr frlilus. llurry llmhann. Cliristinu llolish, Susan Shircxnnn. l3cx'crly Xcnvll, Xlnry jxun- Slltlfll, llvlvn Xnn lllis, l-Isninv Hook. john llntlnick, lloytl linlu-r, U1-nc Ill-lgnplniiv, Mnrilln Xlcl'lnin, llnnivl join-s. Hun Jfinrolxn Sncrlcin, Xlnrcinn lla-hr, U'illixun ScluoL'r. lYilli1un Xlnrtin, lirm'slL'riclx l'orlmin, XYillhnn llrillith. lJ.nitI lxr,1nu'r. just-ply Xlvclu-l', llnitl Dcglcr. luhn lloml, ,lnlnvs llunstnn, Clmrlcs Y , , , . , , , . . lluull, ll.n'lwnr.u My-rn, Shanon Xlnllnlr. l.nn' w Sgnulm ivrcvn. Mary Stoniinvtz, lhyllls SICPIIAIH, ,lutly jnslcnlt, .Xlnry llrn'u'cr. llilnlwcth Snihnrt. l3an'h.n'n llI'll1gll1LIll, Susan Klinv, june Czlltlucll, Judy Slulmlm, Lnrol Iln'wr, Marilyn lxunrrt, llzn' .Xnnc lruw, Suv llnlc. 'lihc choir, mlircctctl hy Xlr. llonunxl Longmirc Llllil nccoxnpnniccl hy Marilyn Kuncrt, again per' l.lll'lllL'Ll with tgllcnt this war. llihc mcloclious clmml group sung lor scvcrall llSSCIlll5llL'S anal alt thc contcsts. ln Mart-lm they prcscntccl ll joint concert with thc Conccrt lluncl anal alttcnclccl ll choral work- shop at lilhn in FCl3l'LlLll'5'. 'llhc olliccrs were prcsitlcnt, lDin'id Krznncrg Viccfprcsiclcnt, Shirley Non-cllg anal sccrctary trcnsl urcr, Carolyn Swcrlcin. SEVENTH A D EIGHTH GRADE CHORUS 'WY lion' lf-lYilli,nn Smith. ,lqclx Su-nlwns, Na-il Quail, Donnltl llhotlvn. lhonms Klrillith, Dginivl llt-hr, lrnnltlin fXl'n'Ln-y. llouglus Sh-pln-nx, -luhn lcv. fluh- lnxlor, lluight lxvntlivlcl, lynn llornu, Xlit-lun-I XlcC'onnull. ll'illi:nn ll.ll'lllUlIlllll'll. lu'r0lt lnylor. ll nlh.nn lhin14in.un, lion' J- Xlr. llonaml longniirc. llohvrt lxinlvy, .xl1ll.l long, llnuni- llohurison, l.intln lriglitvx, Shirh-y Ilrown, lh-rn.n'ml lllinwn, llnitl l'.lIrlu-H, Carolyn Oslworn, Mnnlnlyn Uslvorn, llzltliaixi Xl.n'lth-5. lhxitl llolI't'. lluigllt Gilman. ,lohn llill, llninl llI'lk'lx!lt'l'. Su-u'n 5ln'lnnn'l'. john Xlillvr, XYLIUW llirlxauson, ,l.lclx lt-t-It-3. Nl.nxin llcnnutt. Xlalrlx l'vn'ra'tt. llnni 3- .Ilnlx Xliunr. 4l.n'qun'linv lxucnlli, 9.uulr:1 lxilgorv. ilonniv lxnrg. llonn lu-lly, film' lunninxglrnn. Xlrtry It-1-lt-3. ltlnzlrml Ilroxv, ,l.lnix lxii-hl. Nliirhw Smith, Nlwlln Slnith. S.lnill':l Phillips, Nlzulinmlal lx.u'9.:. -lnzlnlw lulns. Alucly Xnplvlnqln, Sumn llronn, llogm-r C'.nt.nnh-n, l'.1ul Xlri-illi.nil. Xl.n'y Xlnxnn, llnn' 4 Sllnrnn Ili-mil. lxqnvn lxot'hh'1'. llln Xoorlnwa. .llulx l.iu1'um'n', llvtly Sunrw. llolwl'l.i lnttixln. ilu.: Xloonx lhristini' llouvlx llinnql l'l'L'iI'n'l'. l'.ltu Suzntl. llonznhl lxit-M, .lzunnw K-11-4-n. IJ.niiI li-nr. lol!!! lXL'll2lI1. ll.ni4I llolirlnnlgll. llonihl lx.n'g, llirllzml Carroll. lvrrx Smith. vl,unt-s 1-i.ilin1illt-r. lion' 'T ltnlx Xlvlth. i':n'1n.1l4'cl:1 Slllllll. lnmly . , . . Nlouwr. Xl:u'rl.t Xlxt-1-. l-ctlx Xt-ucll. l nnlu l.1rrn1nlu, K zuol l .iu5ol1. X.nn'x Xtn'ln'l', Xlny liillvr. ll.n'lv.ll'.t Nln'l'L'm'l'. Silllillll l nrirlt. l'hxIIls Xoorlwlx, llhclw 1 1-nncr. lx.n't'n l.ixlo1'. Sylxin Nlclliillilnnx, llnnln-l Stl-im-x'. Uliu' Cullklltll. C znol lrnnk, Suv Lvlunzln. tiohlic .XIin.uLl, llrtly Monrr. limi I llngri fm-lilins, liiinw ilu-lim, lmnklin lxnvnlll. l'.rnl lxnlu'lin.in, Ihxicl Nm ns. .l.inn-s Sl.inlwi'iy. llun' I W Xknm' Xlnlx. ll.ixi4l Ili-x, 1 lhllvli XX .illris 1 In .i r l 1' s Smith. llmlinw frhlius. Xlli-n XX .iltun. Xlr. ,luhn Hmmm. Hun C lx i' n n v I la Xlillvr. l.irni-s llrnnn-II, lilnin Srl11w'lilu'rL1m'r. bmw Shins In-rx, I .nn I lnvln.is, lim-pli Nilumllvr. livin 4 l .1 r r x Snvngnlnl. vlnhn X 1-nl. Xin lu-it I im. I .irx I lsli-In-ru. l .nu ilu-lim. K..irx llxlt' lwrlix, Ilmil lulxri. llun 3 llnlrml Nlilln-r. llc-nlwn Il.rII. -l.in1i-s Ih-.islun, Xinrnzin lrinisilnll. ilmilos llvy. llnh ri! Nvnnlnit. lv-i-l i.isl.inn-n iF.H.A. FFA. Khin nl' ilu' girls in rho l7.ll.fX. cliziptcr :irc ilihis ycair. lll1llL'l4 thu cliwctiori nl' Xlr. ,lnhn in-ll on thvir nxiy tnnxml hccmning "l5uturc llnmcf llnrtnn, thc liullmxing nlliu-is lwcsiilcwl uwr thc l1I.llsl'IAN nl' .Xim'r'iL'.i," l'iULIl'lk'Cl1 ul thorn luivc coin' l7.li5.,'X.: l7.iul Koltcr1n.in, prcsiclvnl: lfrginlxlin plclul lhvir 'luniur llnrmwniilxcr llcgrcc, which is lilltflllll, riccpivsiclcimtz -lanncs clllCHL'y. sccrclairyg Ihr- Iirsl slcp in lucuuining ai Slam' ll0lHCI111lliCl'. Durnilnl Young, Il'L'AlsLll'L'l'. ilihc nllicurs this ycnr wcrc umly linstcclt, prcsif ilihc cluh was cuinpusccl ul' lllil'lY'Il1l'CL' incnihcrs, ilvnlx llusi-i11.iry Clillcn, YlL'C'I7lACSlLlL'l1lQ Sylvia i-Xrinf UYL'l1ly'll1I'Cl' ol' nhmn pnticipiitccl in thc clmptci' strung. svcr'al4ii'y: flrzirlottc llilliun, ti'cnsLil'cr. Mrs. puhlic spu.ilxinq rnntcst. lhc sncinl highlight of lflinihcllr llilcy was thcir sponsor, the yk'Lll' was thc illlllllkll P.ircmSn11 llunquct hclcl in Dcccm her. Ilvli n Xl---snn-I. Xinlii-x Xn ill wx. Shlilm Nluziim-1. Xl.ilx Ninilli l Ilin X milnix l'ixr llrnxxn. .linlx llnlillv, N.in4l1.i l'.rIili.-lt.N.in1ll iC.u'rn. l'i-gp ur. lin w llli-n l'nnl. lv iil1.il.i lnlilns. Numan luring lvi, NI,nx.1 lhll, S.nnli,i Nil li.nns, i,lvnn.i X .in llnin, Nlnlm I lninuns, Nlinliw l'lnIl. . I . in 2 llim lm-lglitvv, NI.nv lung. llnn l l ilnzi XYm'lls, Yylxiii limi' 2 Nlrs. l'lil:ilu'Ill Rilm-5. lluuy, fnrnl Nlillvr. Xlaxry Xl.:rIli.i Ili-Ili-llrmgvr. lx.iIhl:'n'n Xrinstrnng. llns4'ln.iry flillvn. llunnio Iizllwr. ylallwl XYvlls. l'x.ins. llnn' 3 - Xlnrgizlrvi lliliv, l.nnl llrr-xx. Il.ill'.n.i lmlv linsh-ill. lilnirlullm- llil Xliu- llngzrn, Xlary lull ll:-sr. lxlinv. tlnycc gL'll0llll'LZLlL'f, Xlrl7i'i'inuIl. KJV' Srlirvnl., inn, .linlv Q'l1cln'y, Ihilw Xlgiry funk. Sinulrii Dick- I indu Ili-hr, N umm- In-llvr, linil.r kin-n1Ii. I! n r ls ii r il llulwrls. Yirginin .Xmlri-xv. in.rnn, Maru-llc Pi-ucv, Cnml Ruth l.c:ir, Clnricc lruxlcr, ilmxucv. 58 Rim' I james XYurline, Nuiita Newell, lliane Russ, 'lanis SIL'iIll1lCU, CRICIAIIQ' Eyestune, David Crary, Narilla Me- Clain. Shawn lintl. Run' 2-Nancy Muses, Neclra Stiinplle, Carol Ross, Rarhara llalheclel, Lincla hliller, Marilyn liunert, lri ne Yuurlieis. Carol Rieser, Elifaheth Swihart, Arlene Nlnhre. Kathi Uhee, Klargaret Kline. hlrs. llafel l'.ri'es. Hou' 5 Rita Vfitlm. Cathryn Mason. 'l'anya Kuenfi. Elaine l7leehsenhar, Amaryllis Lawrence, Sandra Thiel, Rarhara Rurns, Susan Rringman, Sue llale. Kathleen Miller. Row 4-l7recleriek Corbin, James Milligan. Mary ,lane Swartz, Margaret Puul. lilaine Koehler, Ronnie Newell, Helen Ann lillis. Ann Nlaclclnx. Karen Colvin, XVilliain Seliruer, Virginia Ulrich. Rim' 5'-Rosie McClain, Carol Drew, Mary Ilvans, Carol Remy, Shawn Intl, Sandra llannum, Phyllis Ritterspaeh, Sharyn llouseholcler, Rachel Rall, Kathleen Eippert, Ronnie Stanshery, Sarah Riley, Kay Carroll, Sharon Kinley. F . T . A . 'lieaehers ul' .Xmeriea Cluh are those students xx are interestetl in teaeliing. Meinhers ul' the erul aetual elasses in session. ofheers. Cverm' hvestone, presinlenl: lanis Stem- inetf, rieerpresiclenlg lliane Ross, seerelaryg llavicl fllll t gs l1iXU'L,"'l,l5iL'L1XLl'k the memhers to the highest scholastic stantlartls. Two F.T.A. members assist teacher in classroom. The lnemhers of the .Karim U. Suher liutnre sulzstitute Ihr teachers, grade papers. aml ohserre Uncler the superiisiun ul' Mrs. llayel Caves, the Nlefllain, historian: tlitl an excellent juli ul' leacling From the left: Mr. Fremleriek Koenig, John Hehr, David Uegler, Robert Swartz, Paul Kotterman. james Koenig, Ilarolcl Keller, Dennis Rall. VISUAL EDUCATIO lo these students anal to Mr. Frederick Koenig, we pay trihute for their superh joh ol' acl- vaneing lihn eclueation in the sehool and in the community. These students ran the projeetors lor elassrootn lihns anal for assemhlies. They have also oflierecl their services to local eommunity organivations. Their encleavors have hrought us not only eclueation hut also enjoyment. 'il he stuclent hocly ancl the faculty have greatly appreeiatecl their serviees. VARSITY FGOTBALL SCORES Upper 21 , Kenton 0 Llpper I3 e Madison 28 Upper O e Tifiin 14 Upper 6 Norwalk 7 Upper I9 Calion 12 CO-CA PTA l N S Ken Craham manifested his capahilities as a eoeaptain this year hy playing with great enthusiasm antl showing excellent sportsman- ship tliroughout the season, Ken earned two Varsity letters in lioothall anti reeeiyetl honor- ahle mention on the N.O.L. team during his junior year. Coliaptain Bill Baker. who earned three Varsity letters in lioothall and receivecl honor- ahle mention on the N.O.L. team in his iunior year, was given a herth on the N.O.L. lirst team during his senior year. Bill Clemon- stratetl his leatlership ancl determination throughout the season. Upper 53 , Upper I4 Upper 6 Upper O Upper 32 COACI IES VVilla rd Bellevue Shelhy Bucyrus Carey lhe coaching staff For the 1956 seas eonsistecl ol' ileatl Coach Fenton VVoll'c, X sistant Coach Edgar Fisher. and junior ll u 1 Coach Clarence Nlolitor. The team anal tht stuclent hotly extentl their sincere gratitttt to these coaches for the time antl the elloi they spent tlurinu the season. fo in 1 FOOTBALL Huw I4lloger VVoll'ruin, Riehard Crary, jim Vllorline, Ed Sehoenbergzer, Darl Gerber, Bill Martin, Dave Strasser, Larry llannum, Dick Newell, Tom Martin. Hou' Zfllill Cole, Giles Logsdon, Phillip U'ooten. Larry Karg, Frank Myers, Tom Raeheter, Norman Truesdell, Steve McCord. Dave Metzger, jim Milligan, lloh Swartz. Hou' 37-Bill Baker. Steve Matteson, Frank Kuenzli, Virgil llclllellinger, lioh Lininger, john llooyer, Chuek Lanihrite, Ken Graham, Dave Phillips, ,lim Gamher, Mike Hatton. Rott' 4-Coach Clarence Molitor, Coach Fenton XVoll'e, .loe Meeker, ,lim llhoden, Bob Summit. lired Corhin, Frank Clinger, Fred Cook, Raymond Swartz, Coach lldgar Fisher. Not pietured: -lason Blue. .Xlthough they did not ltoast a winning season, the Varsity, under the direction of llead aeh Fenton Ulolfe, deserve all the credit that was gfyen to them for their elliorts. The Upper SlI1ilLlSlxy Rams ended the season with a recorel ol. Your wins and six losses. ,Nlthough this year's team was deyoid of grgat individual stars, they worked as a well-hal :ed unit. 'lihe Rams' reeord is not indicative of the true ahility ol' the team heeause league npetition was ol' exeeedingly high ealihre. Three ol' the Rams, Virgil l lelliellinger, Hill liaker ind lklike llatton were placed on the Northern Ohio League lirst team. llyen though they lost ny ol' their games during the season, they showed their determination and will to win as they ne hack in their hest game of the season to win oyer their arch riyal, Carey, 32-13. Q L QQ .-9? wx. 5 5..- ,,. 'Q fan 1. N., X.. Q? I s A H cm' N Q' ! 3 'P limi' l -lim Xlilligml. Lilvs lugs mlon, Sims' Kln'l'm'nl, ,lim Um' lint. Hun' 2 Alum lllimlvn. l .irrx ll,m mlm. llslu' Xlrllgvr. lnl Srlwcxr ln'l'p.gv1', I'liillip XYUUICII, llulv Swzlrll. lm' Klvvlwr. lluu' lf Uni n' Slraissvr. l ramlx Xlyvrs, llill Nlzlrllll, llrimy llimw, Xurln.in lruL'scln'll, liulu Summit. Hull' I llugui' Hullruin. lhllv Xlnrris, llialrlcs Ymilll. ll.lll'll NX .ilu-rs, l xcrm-II lm lor. ,lnlm Xllllvr, lhxul lli'lcLm'l', ,laik lu' lm, Xlilm lX.lI'pL. lwl Clinic. -lim llulmsun, llqnill l lvy. lxrn Sugurll, llvrml' Nlc'iln'rlxnln'. lmu' lflimxll XYilluir Mulilnr, jim llilluxwpquli. -lulm law. Qlilxin lhilwr, lhxiil Ilum'llvi'. llslyinuml l'.illr.m, llill llrillilll, Ilirlx Xlillvr, l'liilip Vlzurli, Ihilu c'lIllIllllL1lI.llll, 'lnm lxvimn, lmn Ymiug. lhgisli Cl.u'n'm'n' Xlulilnr. llmr' l furtis lxm-lilvr, -lim XYilsun. 'lvnl lxuvn- III. ,lxnrlx Su-plwiis. ,lark Xustin. l':ml Md limi. l .lrry C .nlclxu-ll. Ili-liny lxlinv. lal Srlmcnlwr11m'r. lrlll Smith. ,ln-rip bin-r. lhvlm Sivgcl. l lnrrx lying, lum ll.iuli.'lm-l'. Imlwr, llill llilh-i'sp.icl1. jimmy RESERVE EGOTBALL Sinn' tliis ycnris llcsc'i'i'c tczim wont Lll1ClL'liL'LlICLl in tlic scvcn QAIINCS wliiclm tlicy plziyccl. llwy slimwcl grunt promise .ls ainoiliur great Rum lcaim. Froni ilu' uppcaiimius ul' tlicir rccorml. Upper Sgimluslay slioulil bc proud of its football tczlms in thc future yours. . . , , JU IOR HIGH FOOTBALL Boasting ni -lfl record, tlic Laimlmlains have 21 grunt future zilicucl ol' tlicm us Upper Saml L1sky's future Varsity. ln tlic ycurs to conic, tlicy SllOLllCl prove to lic gi big nsscl to tllc Varsity anal Rc- servc teams. 6 HOMECOMI .11 If fl , I fi ' 5, 'I I w A Q 5' ,Q 1 .V ,1 ,ful ' ' R 'FS We 1 Y, I . . If , am-I V231 5 I I-1' fs ei, 5327. :H f I'sA.fyrQ:?x,.f,W '. ' - 53. I--hx ' :Q 13,-,-Q 1 f , ,, ugm-gr .U-, :,.,55. , 'g .. 'fW-:.Q-IHS. Q 'I QKWQIE1 ' I - I 'filwf - Q '2'Axf2-1 5: f is 1 f I v -'- ' , - " "1 f we 'Q IZ A it 'W 1 Q 'K ' A F' Y 'N -, , A iam n . , ,. , ,A . .. 5. ,A 44 1 '-w e-' "-'-V -59.3 I, fe A, 1 A , .:, , -fi'-'. 5 . ' I H:-5-I-5. - 'TISXY lv TEL . Nwfgg W, X wt 5:3 S , :74w9?Z?f-mst: I , I g,2ff'2a3,- I ' If , A I-Xftcr Ll YIQUFULIS CLIIIIIHIIQII. SLIINIYLI P.1tcI1ctt was cIuctcLI U.S.I IS. I Imnccmning Quvcn of 1956 lay the student IxnIy. Dennis IIJII. prcsiclcnt ol' Stu' dent Ciuuncil, crnwncnl flu' quccn in thc prc-gunlc ccru nwny ol' thc IILICYYLIS vs. Uppcr lkmbnll gmnc. FuIIowing rhc cvcnt. Ilcr Mnicsty prcsiclccl ovcr thu I IOIIILTUIIIIIIIL IJLIIILK' in the high sulwul gluqlitoriunl. l Iwrur Qlttralctivc lIIlL'1'lCILll1lS cmnpIctcnI Quvcn S1lllLIl'1l'S rctinuci Diane Russ, Pn- Iricial I.instccIt, SLIIIKITAI I'altcIu'lt, .Iunis SICIIIIIICII, .Incl Susan Shircnmn. S P O R T S S N A P S VARSITY BASKETBALL Guided by Coach Edgar Fisher, the Varsity finished the season with six victories and twelve defeats. llanipered greatly by inexperience, the Rams finally began clicking at the tai14end ol' the season as they won the last live out ol' six games. Though outclassed on several occasions. they showed their determination and will to win. The excellent coaching of Mr. Edgar Fisher. who stressed sportsmanship throughout the season, was a major factor in the team's success. SCQRES Upper 64 Shelby 88 Upper 50 7, ,, Ada 75 Upper 5-1 Carey 83 Upper -15 Kenton 66 Upper 66 , , , Bellevue 57 Upper 71 . Crestline S-1 Upper 61 Bueyrus 52 Upper 53 Manslield Madison 60 Upper 33 Tiflin 102 Upper 56 Tiflin 94 Upper 68 , Crestline 65 Upper 56 , Claridrm 49 Upper 74 XVi11ard 72 Upper -13 Marion St. Mary 50 Upper 57 Norwalk 50 Upper 50 Gallon 60 Upper 47 ,, Marion Harding 87 TUURNAMENT Upper 65 , ,U Bucyrus '74 Upper 40 , , Shelby 6-1 From the left: john 11ehr. Bob Swartz, Darl Gerber, Virgil Helfelfinger, Denny Hines, Ken Graham, Chuck Lambrite, Bill hlartin, Phil Clark, Ed Schoenberger, Mike Batton, Larry Kurg. A 3 X N E K' xg x , WSH B SM 81+ X. E T .:,. 3 .,., T X wg A .P 'I' 2? Q 1 2 f W 3 Q fl :': xx' . X A 1' S Q Q X-A ,W -Sf ' - M ..Ex . N wt A Ya '." E xi S 'G,"' gms x Q E nib. ....,d,Af" , ll x Y X A , l as , QQ, M: M R Q' 1, w"i"q g Q K .. M'?.h.f gf - -I W ' 315, , N 5 K 1 5 E. A hex in 4 442 ig? f-Ki ,. W . Z RESERVE BASKETBALL l his year's Reserve team will he next year's Varsity. During the past year they have proved themselves very eapahle of playing stellar hasksthall. Under the tutorship of Coach Fenton XVollie, the Reserves showed themselves as promising prospects for next year with nine vie- tories and nine defeats. From the appearance ol' their willingness to learn to play good haslxet- lm-ill Upper Sandusky will he proud ol' its hasliethall teams in the years to come. 1 V Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper 49 50 55 5 l 40 58 46 47 45 SCORES , Ada 44 Kenton 55 Crestline 48 Nlanslield Madison 28 Tillin 53 Lima 46 Kenton 47 , Clalion 38 Nlarion llarding 60 Upper Upper L I ppe r Upper Upper Upper Upper Upper U pper 59 46 4l 51 49 39 5 6 DD 53 llueyrus Shelhy Carey llelleyue liueyrus 'liillin Crest l ine Ulillard Norwalk lv un the left: Tom Young, Paul McClain, David Strasser. Denny llines, llill Martin. Riley "4 Stover, Ed Sehoenlmerger, l.arry llannum, Larry Karg, john llehr. D6 65 40 58 52 62 58 37 30 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL L'o.iL-lml ln Alf. flnrciicc hlolitor, thc lircslnniin Hnslwtlmll Vlicinn hnnl ii succcssllul sca- son. Xvllll gi rccoixl ol. scwn wins nnnl live losscs. Ihc llrcslnncn showccl xi grcait Llciil ol. spirit .incl clL'IL'i'inin4iIion. XVith such Rl gooal showing ns this, il loolxs als though thc Hcsciwcs ol' mln- lluluw will lac ol' wry gooil quality. How I l7.nc lxoclilw. l,L'l1I1fIXllI1L', li-il lilll'I1lll, ll o in lik'lLlIl. l,.IlIl Nli'C'l.iin. llon' 2-- illllll Young, Alon' llcalgus, Iliulx Nlillcr, Hill Cirillith. . , ,, Holi fnnnimghinn. Isill liinlcy, l.I'lIl Smith. Hon' I Hin-ill Holn'li.iugli, -I.icli livnnn. john Stans- Iwrv, Holm ilixiy, Milw- li.n'g, lJ.wi4l XX'oll'v, l7.ill11s H.n'lh. Hou' 2 lJ.n-iil l'.in'lu'll, llwiml llI'l4.'lxI1L'l', loin Nlairiin, Hill Hittvrs p.ifIi, Hill Smith. llon liicss, loin llrillith. Hon' 4 Hu-xc Slk'Il1l11L'li. -lim Yu-als, -Iohn lw, Clilxin H.ilwr, lllxicl Hom'ln'l'. l ml Clillvli. l l SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL Unnlui' ilu- calpiilwlc unicliing ol' Nlr. Ciliirvn rc Nlolilor, ilu- Sm cnth aincl llighlh Cixinlc Has lxcllmll laxnn st.n'tul ilu- scxison with no cxlu'i'iciiu' ginnl cnnlccl with il rccorcl ol' tlnu' wins ilnml ninc lossus. ilillCSL' lvoys .irc starting curly io gaiin xiilimlvlc cxpci'iciwc which will In-lp lhcm whcn lhvy lwcoinc ncxt f'L'ilI"5 lircslnnzin llllll Hcscrxc lcznns. Yl.ieie llernlcl C'h.irles Smith 9.ir.ih Riley ,lucly linsteclt VARSITY CHEERLEADERS these :ire the girls who have kept both ut ll high level tit Upper Szincluslxy. None nl' our iittriie- tire eheerlezitlers are seniors: thus we untieipzite their return next yein' to maintain the sehnnl spirit. I3 crlt nie Newell Yetlrti Stitnplle l intl.t liiilclritlge lintlu Miller Ktnlmi Uhee l3.irlmr.i Nlellerinutt RESERVE CHEERLEADERS VVhether their teann was winning or losing, the Reserve eheerleaiclers illXX'1lj'S clisplziyecl spirit iintl pep. Wfhile boosting the team on to victory, these live eupiihle students gziinecl experience for Varsity cheering in future years. We llpplklllll them for setting sueh ti high stiimlartl nl spnrtsinnnship. Clnml school spirit aincl eleiin sportsmanship gn hzincl in huncl with any nthletie program: TRACK Xvllll nlmim-on rciurning lcttL'rim'n, tlic trgiclx lczun lmcl llwir new cfmcli. Mr. cwlLIl'Lxl1L'L' Xlulilur, am' auilicipming .1 SLIL'L'CSSliLll scuson. During llw inuntlis ul' .Xpril .mal May, llicy will npcu' in svwii Il'.K'lx incurs, inclucling tlic lC1IgLlC mcct 411 iliillin. ililwy will .ilw pL1rticipQilc in llw l,lSll'lL'l inccl .ll Klan sliclcl and All the State muct. l..1 rry lxnrg. lum lliiniilal 'lilmin.us, .lim Nlil ligun. limi' 2 Kvn Cr.: Virgil llclliullingur. Slum' Nl.1Ilcsui1, Miki Xlyvrs. ljilfl Curlmci', Yii' , . l lI1lI1L'L'l',cl1lIkklxI,lIl11l7I'IlL' Kvn Crnlmin. VARSITY U Umlcr Illt'5l7tEI1SUl'Sl1ll1Ol'clU3lL'l1 licntun XfVull'c, tlic Varsity U is nn liunorury 0l'gLll1l71lIll7l'l minpim-al ul' .ill iimjm' ntlilctic lcltcr winners. ililic liigliligllt ol' tlmc clulfs nclivilics was llic , . lnmml XAIYSIIX' U lmiiaplct, wliiclm was liclcl on Mnrulm 23, in lwnur ol' ilu' Ilmtlmll amcl tlmc slwllmll ICAIINS. Hou' I l'r.inlQ Myers, llilL'llL'Ik'f. lhrl Ccrlwlh lmm, l'rcil Curlun, llam- Plmillipx, cwllllfli l.1nnlu'ilc, lircil limvli, llulm SXYLIFII, llilll' I Bill lizilxcr. .Incl ci1lSl.llllL'l1, lirqinlx liLlCHlll, ll.llIIDl1. limi' 2 l'r.unlx gil llcllcllingcr, lhnmlml Nluscr. Hou' J llalvm lbliillips, liruml cllll'l!lll llrvcl Chilli. N u 1' lu ll ii il iwlcsnlull. llulw SHRIVII. Inu' -I Xlr. l vnluii XYull'u, -lim Qluinlwr, limb .fi ' ,Pb my BASEBALL Cirmcliccl hy Mr. Riclizml lgih, thc h.m'hull IC.ll11 is cxv ' pccting ginotlwi' grcut scgisuii with cigln ml' lhc ninc stairtcrs r rctuming lirum lam ycar. i Mr. l,uh, uhm lm L'ULlCllCQl lmsulmll All llppur lim' thc D I past lhruc yuiis, is vxpccting his tcnm to aiu well ll1I'ULlgllUlll x ilu- SLWISUH .incl .lt thc District iliULll'H2llNL'I1l mlm-li will hc X. K hvlcl nt fill X f , i ji F . Mr. Richard Lab Run' I Stvvv iXl1lffCSlll1, -Incl CiklSIkll1lL'l1. Binh Swartz. Dari Ccrhcr. limi, 2' Ken Cruliuxn. .lim Czimhcr, Virgil llcllicllingnr, Cuncll llichzircl Lab. SENIOR CLASS WILL I, Michael Batton, will my ability to study to Larry Hannum. I, Henry Bils, will my slush-pump transmission to David Strasser and his stick-shift bomb. I, Jason Blue, will my right to burn up the parking lot, which was willed to me last year, to all hot- rodders. I, James Cheney, will my ability to lose weight to Norman Truesdell. I, David Crary, will my chair in the Carnegie Public Library to my brother Richard. I, Gene Delaplane, will my ability to "Shake, Rattle, and Roll" to Elvis Presley. I, Czerny Eyestone, will my fluent Spanish-speaking ability to next year's "Don Juan." I, James Camber, will my football jersey, number 40, and my good luck to Charles Smith. We, William Baker and Kenneth Craham, will lots of luck to next year's co-captains. I, Charles Hauff, will my love for government to next year's clock-watcher. I, Virgil Heffelhnger, will my N.O.L. title to the Upper Rams. I, john Hoover, will my "harem" to David Koehler with the hope that he will take good care of them. I, James Huffman, will my job at Lyon's to William Bartholomew. I, Harold Keller, will my senior class checkbook to the United States Treasury. I, Paul Kotterman, will my car to anyone who thinks he can drive it. I, David Kramer, will my position in marching band to Ronald Wisner. I, Franklin Krichbaum, will my Flying Eagle jacket to my brother Robert. I, Franklin Kuenzli, will my girl to Frederick CBuzzD Corbin with the hope that he will take good care of her next year. I, Charles Lambrite, will my artistic talents to Frederick Cook. We, Larry Lehman and David Voorheis, will our love for Texas to Ciles Logsdon and any other lonely Ohioan. I, Robert Lininger, will my "accident jinxn to Raymond Swartz. We, Stephen Matteson and David Phillips, will our seats at Froggy's to Steven McCord and Patrick Riley. I, Donald Morris, will my stature to Jon McConnell. I, Ronald Moser, will my Cornet to Floyd Culver. I, David Norris, will my last name to the "Fanny Farmer Candy Companyfi I, Dennis Rall, will my rosy cheeks to Mr. Robert Barclay. I, Kenneth Rowland, will the Hrst part of my last name to a boat. I, ,lack Smith, will my bowling skill to the Wyandot Lanes. I, Michael Southward, will my last name to the compass. I, Jerry Stimpfle, will my portrayal of Sheriff Lem Pike to Dean McAllister. I, Ronald Thomas, will my ability to get good grades QD in Senior English Composition to next ycar's composition class. I, Donald Young, will my ability to get along with Mr. John Borton to all the F.F.A. members. I, Christine Bolish, will my title :Queen of the Underworld" to Judy Stubbs. SENIOR CLASS WILL We, Elaine Book and Susan Shireman, will our faithful, every night letter-writing Cin preference to studyingl to Jacie Herald and Marylou Smith. I, Janice Cornish, will my shyness to Barbara McDermott. I, Charlotte Dillion, will my long hair to Alice Hogan. I, Sharon Ekleberry, will my last name to Smucker's Preserves. I, Rae Anne Frese, will to Tanya Kuenzli my dangerous practice of fumigating the chemistry lab with deadly, escaping gases. I, Carol Frisch, will my driving ability to my sister Jean Ann. I, Carol Hehr, will my glasses to Sandra Thiel if she can find them. I, Mareina Hehr, will my last name to all bald eagles. I, Marilyn Kunert, will my candlesticks to Liberace. I, Patricia Linstedt, will my ability to go steady to my sister Judy. I, Ann Maddox, will my rosyfheeked complexion to some paleface. I, Marilla McClain, will my job as 'business manager of the annual to anyone who can keep out of the "red." I, Joyce Miller, will my old dates and the privilege to go out with boys to my sister Marilyn. I, Sharon Mutzner, will my nickname "Mut" to Roger 'iCat" Castanien. I, Barbara Myers, will my drum majorette whistle to William Kinley with the hope that he will take good care of it. I, Beverly Newell, will my book entitled "How to Care for an Engagement Ring" to my sister Bonnie -when she gets one. I, Norita Newell, will my glockenspiel Cbell lyrel to anyone who can stand to have a constant ring- ing in his ears. I, Shirey Newell, will my Hag to next year's patriotic soul. I, Sharon Oelberg, will my hot-rod Ford to Trenton and hope that he makes good use of it. I, Sandra Patchett, will my crown to next year's Homecoming Queen. I, Shirley Plott, will my roller skates to Karg's Roller Arena. I, Diane Ross, will my many trips up town to next year's annual treasurer. I, Sue Ann Schoenberger, will my attendance at all sport events to Lynn I-Iunter. We, Sharon Slemmer and Sandra Williams, will our ability to get along together to any two people who can stand each other for four years. I, Sarah Smith, will my ability to graduate to my little brother Raymond. I, Rosemary Steiert, will my imposing stature to Patricia Klein. I, Janis Steinmetz, will my "super-slick slide oil" to the trombone section for their sticky slush pumps. I, Janet Strasser, will my "quiet ways" to William Schroer and hope he takes the hint!! I, Mary Jane Swartz, will to Yvonne Keller my short curly "crewcut." I, Carolyn Swerlein, will my love for baseball to Mr. Richard Lab. I, Margaret Ward, will to Judy Riddle my ability to jitterbug. I, Janis VVarfel, will my nickname "Warf" to my sister Ruth. I, Edna Wells, will my last name to Sulphur Springs. Congratulations to the Class of 1957 WMD C. H. LEWIS WHQD U. S. COMMISSION COMPANY "We Aim To Serve To Sell Again" McCutchenvilIe, Ohio Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 2312 Phone 206 KOEHLER DRUG STORE FIRST IN DRUGS Your Kodak Dealer Complete Line Of Cameras And Photo Finishing Supplies KOEHLER PAINT STORE OFFICE SUPPLIES PAINT and WALLPAPER THE Chief Dairy Products Company MANUFACTURERS or FINE DAIRY PRODUCTS "THE OLD RELIABLE" Always in the Market for Milk and Cream 257 Upper Sandusky, Oh C g tlt I' Th CI I '57 8' THE DAILY CHIEF UNICN W. E. MARTIN-Plclidtnl NELSON J. RALL-Managing Editor PAUL P. CREGER-fdifol Compliments of WALTCN GRAIN CO X Upp S ndusky Oh Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 KIMMEL CLEANERS QUALITY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE PHONE 22 Compllm I' f KARG'S ROLLER ARENA Fun for all Open every evening 8. KARC CONTRACTORS Commercial 8- Residential Building U. S. Construction Company Extends to Each and Every Member of the CLASS OF I957 Its Best Wishes For Health Happiness and Prosperity Compliments ot THE CUMMEIIGIIIL SAVINGS BIIIIK The Bank of Complete Service With Drive In Window Deposits Insured With Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Upper Sandusky Ohio Compliments of FIRST CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK I The Old Reliable On The Square I Members Ot Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM C""9"""""i""' EV'ERGREEN'S RESTAURANT and Approved Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Dinners 8- Liquors Catering to Family Groups R 0 G E R ' 5 weekdays 7 A.M.-2:30 AM. IEWELER S sunday mo A.M.-szoo r.M. DIAMOND-WATCHES Call for Reservations Phone 262 SILVERWARE N. Warpole St d J I U. S. 23 In 30 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments ot L. H. HEFFELFINCER Well Drilling Plumbing and Heating Phone 43 FREE WELL DRILLING ESTIMATES l28 W. Church Street Compliments from the KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council 2050 to the Class of 1957 Compliments of MILLINCTON MFG. CO. Extrusion and Injection Molders of Plastics Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of MAPLE SHADE FARM Breeders of Purebred Corriedale 8. Southdown Sheep Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wolfe Norita and David 5 Miles Southeast of Upper Sandusky Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 o U. S. CONCRETE PRODUCTS Clarence W. Koehler 4 Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1957 At U.S.H.S. 0 MEN'S AND BOY'S FINE CLOTHING 9 pm DUGAN'S MARION, OHIO Compliments Congratulations of to the STRASSER 81 SON cms 0' 1957 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 132 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio SHOE STORE FIXTURES REPAIRING REFRIGERATORS AND X-RAY SHOE FITTING RADIOS SERVICE PAUL HILDERBRAND APPLIANCES ELECTRICAL MOTORS SUPPLIES Owner 8. Manager C 9 tl h Cl f 1957 O WYANDOT VAULT COMPANY Upper Sandusky, Ohio CI s of 1957 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 0 GUTHRIE PRODUCE C g I C pl f h CI f 1957 NEUMEISTEFUS BAKERY ' HOME STOLL OF CASKET COMPANY ENRICHED EATMOR BREAD Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations and Best Wishes to The Class of 1957 MILLS COMPARTM ENT CO. Level View Stock Farm Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 anions or Punssnso Hznsrono curl.: ' svorrso roi.ANo cmNA Hoes sournoown snssv Mr. and Mrs. Adam Leighty Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Leighty Compliments of CARLON PRODUCTS CORPORATION Central Division The Plastic Pipe With The Stripe Water Where and When You Want It Upper Sandusky, Ohio Greetings To The 1957 Graduating Class LEO T. JONES OPERATING THE NEW STAR THEATER Upper Sandusky, Ohio NEW CAREY THEATRE Carey, Ohio FOREST THEATRE Forest, Ohio INDIAN TRAIL DRIVE IN THEATER Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 WYAN DOT POST 225 Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 'I957 STEPHAN LUMBER THE AMERICAN LEcloN COMPANY Compliments of THE LITE STAR OIL COMPANY Distributors Fleet Wing Products Gasoline - Motor Oils Fuel Oils - Kerosene WALTER J. FREY Phone 335 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 D. H. BOUCHER UPPER SANDUSKY, omo Compliments ot THE CLAYCRAFT COMPANY WYAN DOT PLANT WILLARD H. TEFFT Resident Mgr. Compliments ot WYAN DOT COU NTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS ASSOCIATION Creager Implement Co. Carey Implement Store Wharton Hardware Schmidt Machine Shop M. E. Bowen Implement Store U. S. Implement Company Wyandot Tractor 8. Implement Vent Implement Company Upper Farm Service Incorporated Wyandot Co. Farm Bur. Co-op Ass'n. Upper Tractor Sales 81 Service Sycamore Implement Store Congratulations D E DRY GOODS to the Class of 'I957 ARTZ PT. STORE DRAPERIES READY-TO-WEAR CHlLDREN'S WEAR THE H C ompliments of ARPSTER BANK Member ot Federal Deposit lnsu rance Corporat C""""f:"e"'S coNcnATuLATloNs CASTANIEN INSURANCE frvm AGENCY SOHIO DISTRIBUTORS Dependable Insurance f.w.we... c.J.c......d Phone 180 Upper Sandusky Ohio Compliments of MOORE'S STORE 117 West Wyandot Ave. AUTO ACCESSORIES - TOYS Compliments and Best Wishes to the Class of l957 DAY'S NEWS 81 GIFTS "on the square" Stationary Greeting Cards Magazines Photo Finishing Compliments of STUBBS BROS., INC. Dependable Footwear for The Entire Family Vogel's Shoe Store Compliments of WYANDOT LANES, INC. BOWLING - sNAcKsAR Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 'I957 DON E. YOUNG HEATING COMPANY Congratulations to The Class ol 1957 Kleinlein jewelry Store Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of 1957 DIAMONDS SILVERWARE WATCHES Compliments compliment' of of MlKE'S MARKET wlL5QN'5 Meat, Fish, and Poultry "Our meat is a specialty, not a sideline!" Tire And Battery Service Vulcanizing 8- Recapping Compliments of THOMAS AND FRANZ FURNITURE STORE Upper Sandusky, Ohio "lt Pleases Us To Please You" KOEHLERS GREENHOUSES, INC. Phone 69, 514 Johnson Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio WIDE AREA DELIVERY Congratulations to the Class of 1957 B A L D R I D G E Tire and Battery Store Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 William Nous Post 2842 .55j,-ffl. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations to the Class of 1957 BRINGMAN 81 COMPANY Upper Sandusky, Ohio DAIRY ISLE One Stop Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Service We Appreciate Your Patronage Jct. U. S. 30 8- 23 95006197 Upper Sandusky, Ohio congratulations Compliments and Best Wishes To the Class of 1957 to the Class of 1957 WHETSTONE'S MARCEL DEMAN Dry Cleaning 84 Laundry CONTRACTOR 115 N. Sandusky Ave. Builder of Modern Homes Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 1286 Upper Sandusky WARFEL COAL CO. Compliments of HEATING 8. AIR CONDITIONING SALES, SERVICE AND INSTALLATION DR. N. B. KEAR Dentist Phone 278 West Walker Street 229 South Fifth Street Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 FLOYD H. McCLAIN Painting 8- Decorating Contractor Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 STECHER INSURANCE Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of NEWELL-IOHNSON Insurance Agency INSURANCE AND BONDS Above Strasser's Electric DELAPLANE 8. LAWRENCE 'l08 N. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 808 GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliance Dealer Best Wishes From the Sheldricks 8. the Deglers operating HOPKINS MOTEL Air Conditioned AAA Recommended Congratulations 8 Best Wishes To the Class of 1957 R. M. ROSSEL and ROY M. Rossn. lf. Dentists Congratulations to The Class of 1957 LEE 5c to 51.00 STORE Corner Main and Walker Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of EVANS FLORAL COMPANY Flowers lor all occasions ORCHIDS A SPECIALTY 3 miles east on 30N Upper Sandusky Phone 884-R3 GOOD HEALTH, WEALTH and HAPPINESS To The Class of 57 STANSBERY AND STECK Compliments of EM ERAL D. PFEIFER authorized SALES 8: SERVICE Studebaker 81 Packard Cars 216 s. sanausky Ave. Ph. 323 ""e"""l"""' T""ks Compliments of PETER LINK Monuments 8' Markers 1 mi. east on Lincoln Highway ' qi: .gba 111 ' UIAMUN S R' WAIEHES MARIONS OLDEST JEWELERS 120-128 W. Center St. Phone 2-2530 Congratulations to the Class ol 1957 SHELLHORN MUSIC STORE MARION, orno Compliments of RlCHARDSON'S FLOWER SHOP 114 N. Warpole Street Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of KREBS FLOOR COVERI NG floors walls tile carpet rugs Compliments of STARLING'S GROCERY We specialize in U.S. Gov't Graded Meats RICHMAN BROTHERS Have the clothing values Suits - Topcoats - Sportswear AXTH ELM-TURN ER INC. 180 South Main, Marion Your Richman Brothers Store Compliments of HART'S JEWELRY STORE 114 N. Sandusky Avenue Upper Sandusky, Ohio M. Hart W. K. Hart J. F H t Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class ol 1957 E L I S E H A R E REAL ESTATE BROKER Compliments of LYON FOOD CENTER INC. UPPER SANDUSKY'S Finest Food Center RUSSELL LYON, Pres CLAYTON SHULL, V' P J. W. LYON, T Congratulations and Best Wishes to The Class of 1957 DR. PAUL E. EIPPERT Veterinarian N. Worpole St. Ph. 9 Compliments of UNIVERSAL MOLDING INC. Compliment of THE MORRAL SU PPLY COMPANY MORRAL, OHIO Compliments ot KROGER COMPANY PAUL R. ULRICH Manager Compliments of KlNLEY'S DAIRY Upper Sandusky Ohio Congratulations to the Class ot 1957 SMART 8. WADDELL SHOES MARION, OHIO May Success Be Your NEIDERKOHR BROS. Contractors commercial Compliments ol I"d"s"I"' I DR. C. B. SCHOOLFIELD residentia Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations and The Best of Luck to the Class of 1957 HAMLET BILLIARD PARLOR Upper Sandusky, Ohio Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Schoenberger Produce EGGS, POULTRY, CREAM Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 UPPER SANDUSKY DAIRY Best Wishes to The Class ol 1957 from CROW MOTOR SALES Compliments of MAXINE'S APPAREL SHOP 56 to 51.00 Store Ladies' 8- Infants' Wear self-serve Upper Sandusky, Ohio Latest New York Fashions A BEN FRANKLIN STORE D I BL E 'S Mews wen America's Best-Known Brands" Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of L a. 1 PURE ou. East on Lincoln Highway Compliments of LINCOLN HILLS GOLF COURSE and TOURIST COURT HALM MOTOR C0 ussn cARs Parts and Service 215 North Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky, Ohio 1. L. Foucl-IT QUARRY R. R. 1 Phone 628-M-4 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of CRUNDTISCH MOTQR SALES 125 S. Sandusky Ave. FORD 81 MERCURY DEAN'S BARBER SHOP 211 N. Sandusky Ave. Phone 1057 Open week days from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. Sat. 8 A. M. to 9:30 P. M. Appointments it desired Compliments ot PRODUCERS LIVESTOCK ASSOC. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone 286-R Your .losten Class Ring Congratulations Your First Fine Jewelry To the Class of 1957 You Will Cherish lt The Longest fr m lOSTEN'S ' Representative: Bill Lindboe Box 29 Bucyrus, Ohio Compliments of ROY E. OVERMIER NATIONWIDE INSURANCE AGENT Complete Insurance Service Phone 460-m 206Vz S. Sandusky Ave. Upper Sandusky Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 THOROCLEAN CLEANERS Phone 1177 Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of H. I. Lininger Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Producing Contractor I make a living as a contractor. But my business is living for my Lord: to know and to do the wilI'of God through Christ who purchased my salvation at the Cross of Calvary. Congratulations to the Class at 1957 from MELFORD BINAU R. R. No. 4 Upper Sandusky Phone 615-J1 Phone 998 Your OCCO FEED DEALER or 881-J-1 Upper Sandusky, Ohio compliments Congratulations of and Stephan Electric Store 'les' W'S"e' to the FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS, RANGES, WATER HEATERS, WASHERS, DRYERS AND IRONERS Class of 1957 ART CALLARI HAY CO. DAYBROOK HYDRAULIC DIVISION L. A. Young Spring 81 Wire Corporation' Upper Sandusky, Ohio Compliments of Kuenzli Quarries Co., Inc. Upper Sandusky, Ohio Phone Office 673W Gravel Plant 692W2 Congratulations and Best Wishes To the Class of 1957 LUCAS FUNERAL HOME See us for your new and Complete furniture needs We carry your account No finance company BLUE FURNITURE STORE Phone 50 R. E. Blue Compliments of CRAYCRAFT Coal, Feed and Supply Co. We Make Warm Friends with Quality Kentucky and West Virginia Coals Congratulations to the Class of I957 ARMSTRONC'S CLOTH I NC Upper Sandusky Oh Congratulations and Best Wishes MAHAFFEY SERVICE H. D. Zimmerman Compliments of PFEIFER HARDWARE Philco Appliances, Hardware F.8.W. Electric Water Systems Complete Pump Service Phone 212 B-T CHEMICAL CO. BOW 81 ARROW MILLER'S RESTAURANT CAREY FOOD 81 LOCKER BEIDLER HARDWARE STORE J. 81 R. LUNCH JIM GRAFMILLER BOLISH'S RESTAURANT MARTHA'S BEAUTY SHOP MIDWEST OHIO TOOL CONSTIEN PHOTO SERVICE GIER TV SALES 8. SERVICE BUD'S SPORT SHOP HUFFMAN'S SHOE 8- AWNING SERVICE JOHN EYESTONE JONAS WATCH REPAIR VINTON D. KUENZLI DAIRY STORE CHALMERS E. ELLIS TRAVELREST TOURIST HOME 8: MOTEL ESTHER'S EAST SIDE RESTAURANT GOODMAN FEED AND SUPPLY EAST SIDE GARAGE DR. R. W. WARNER THE ISALY STORE SNYDER'S DEPT. STORE STElNBAUGH'S GARAGE DALE'S GULF SERVICE STATION UPPER AUTO PARTS, INC. MOSSBRUGGER 81 BARRETT HEATING AND ROOFING SWANN CHINA FLOX DEPT. STORE KEISS PAINT AND ELECTRIC STORE VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP DR. D. J. BAUER ANN'S LUNCH TOWN 8. COUNTRY BEAUTY SHOP JOHN H. NEATE, SALES AND SERVICE WOOD'S RESTAURANT, E. D. HUMPHREY, Prop. SLEMMER'S TAVERN MILLER DRUG CO. LANDVERSICHT GROCERY WYANDOT COUNTY AUTO CLUB li I0 FINE PRINTING BY eer prinfing Company 364-386 Souih Fourih S+., Columbus, Ohio COMPLETE OFFICE SUPPLIES AND FURNITURE "OVER 80 YEARS IN PRINTING" ONE STOP SERVICE FOR THE BUSINESSMAN We Appreciate and Service Large and Small Orders CApita1 8-4541 BOLES-DANDURAND STUDIO Photographers for the 1957 INDIAN VILLAGE ANNUAL Portrait and Illustrative Photography Specializing in School Photography Tiffin, Ohio DST :u s'o CANTON OHIO 0 0 0 , , ,-, LAYUUI . :.:. Puorosmnv Q-1-Q ,-,- ,-,- Eusnnvmes mcmorvrss nnoucuma LETTERING " E ' -.-.v:4:1:-. .. 'I "'1:f: M .I I- . CC I I I . I GL 6-8277 " AKRUN CLEVELAND COLUMBUS PITTSBURGH DETROIT AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS AUTOGRAPHS


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