Urbana High School - Tower Yearbook (Urbana, OH)

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If-swyfk , fiwzyywfgaf,-le, M3216 f , ALMA MATER Our voices we will raise To Thee, Dear old Urbana High, We'll Take your banner forward, And Tling iT To The sky, LoyalTy we pledge To Thee, .illoqhee we will be True, us ever sing Thy praise, r TaiTh renew Maroon and whiTe, we ll spread Thy Tame every land and clime, deeds of love we'll hail Thy name maTTercLhMe place or The Time, sons dxfiughTers sing once more worl w!Wlov Wslo' ll, on, dear old Urinal e on oh,yUrbana High. 1 . Uf'1'1 j ll 'W iii'-QL 'll if ar... s MS . Y ,xl v a W ia'- IN MEMORIAM Sunsef and evening sfar, And one clear call for me! And may There be no moaning Of.The bar, When I put our To sea. -ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON This book is lovingly dedicafed To The memory of Anabel Inskeep in appreciafion of The admira- Tion, affecfion, and respect which she earned as Teacher and friend. .-....d-.....:- THEY GUIDE' Us fi fig' u f WE LED, .,..,E,...... E. .,E, -, THEY FOLLOWED WE CHEEREDT ....., 7 E..,.. 5 i .... 1 4 if f, OUR GAYER HOURS 4 4s'88 I Us 11 6 7 ,:rf'L 1 1 I If 2 'Q ,5AA 5 xlfgw' Rx, in 3"":'fg??-'v+-1'--.E- - M 'H -nl: E... X Kiley Guided Superintendent of Schools, WOODROW W. PURDY Superintendent? Message "The Test," by Edgar A. Guest God did not test him in the open space If ever it were safe to sin, 'twas then, Where men could see, But tempted so, But in the quiet of a secret place, He said: "Though l deceive my fellowmen Alone was he. I still shall know! And watching there was neither friend nor foe "l still shall have to face myself each day Of whom to be afraid. Though none may know. None other but himself on earth to know l will not have my shaving mirror say: The choice he made. 'Hey, cheat! Hellol' " The Urbana City School System is proud of her students. What we are, speaks. Congratulations! Wood row W. Purdy l.. KP? """"'s "'l ll , 442001 ,ff Urbana City Board of Education, left to right: W. W. Purdy, Lewis Moore, Mrs. Fern Faulkner, Charles Bicking, Charles Evans, Melvin Miller. Mrs. Helen Fairall, Clerk of the Board and secretary to the superintendent. School Administration W' ,tw if' wt'- f-me ,.f""" ,f"' 'S Two fine ladies, eager to help, effi- cient as machines, cheerful and ener- getic. Mrs. Betty Nuzum, secretary to the superintendent. 421 1 " -I fi' f 7 ...l The principal of The thing-MR. BURR A. SIMPSON Principal? M essage Galileo once said, "You cannot Teach a man anyfhingg you can only help him To find if within himself." I feel that if is fhe responsibilify of Urbana High School To help young people find themselves. l hope we have been successful with The class of l957. Good luck To all of you. Burr A. Simpson Mrs, McMillin The lady with the smile and the willing hand. No task too compli- cated, no favor too much to grant. As secretary to Mr. Simpson and helper of us all, Mrs. McMillin is an indispensable part of UHS. Y fP' Kay McDonald and Beverly Jenkins, two of the girls who assist with attendance, errands, and mail dis- tribution in the principal's office. 1 X 'Z il , .1 X. 'if 415. I Y" f lt N wr' Q 'vs' ...dxx ':,mk 'Sf ,sk Art Fundamentals of design, abstracts, water colors, tempra sketching, and let- tering-the gamut of artistic background taught in an atmosphere of congeniality and artistic freedom. The iovial Mr. David Rittenhouse, scion of the art of crayon and brush. Ruth and Phil prepare props for the Band's holiday show, Emily Roberts puts a dream on paper to the delight of Nancy Butcher and Pat Blankenship. Abstracts provoke a chuckle for Peg Maurice, Jim Purdy, Peg Harvey, and John Stitzelz- I0 . xx S iw... Mr, George Horton, head of the industrial arts department, relaxes after a ses- Mr. Cecil Pfaff poses behind a new Delta metal sion at his drawing board. fUI'I1if19 l6Tl'l9 Industrzal Arts Although as yet undeveloped to its full extent, a modern industrial arts department is in the making. These facilities will in clude electricity and electronics, graphic arts lprintingl, photography, crafts, power and transportation areas. Meanwhile, pupils enrolled in the curriculum enjoy expansive, neatly-arranged working areas. of the shop. Lewe, McCain and Borst concentrate in the woodworking area Hubbard Green and Stevens critically appraise the drawings of Teach iv., Languages Urbana High is iustly proud of its language de- partment. Already engaged in the teaching of four years of English, two of Spanish and Latin, the department expanded in i956-57 to include a third year of Latin for those who wish to pre- pare for the teaching of the languages or for professions requiring advanced language study. Miss Kollmeyer, dean of UHS language teachers, cheerful, pa- tient, and diligent in her work, her mornings are devoted to Latin I and Il, her afternoons to Library administration. X Mrs. Gamble, one of Urbana's most energetic teachers, teach- up ing a full schedule of iunior ' English, Spanish I, and Latin -v-'Www , . A little light is thrown on American literature. 45' I 1 ! I f faafff S ,Q J z 2 td 4 mi Q' tfjjvm, Oif,x,..,.,OfX 74-QA -- fx? l.A' jim , LLjA'J,N3fPf'j,-,xg flffvj 5 I . ""wf'E4,-.N ur ,Ni RS Y u f. lax 'ifbf V-nb. Commercial The prodigious manipulation of the mechanism whereby manifestations ot the process of ratiocination are put into legible graphic symbols and the maintaining ot a constant equilibrium of columns of Arabic numerals relative to debit and credit are diurnal assignments for enrollees in the commercial department. Those who complete the courses in office practice, bookkeeping, typing and consumer education emerge from them ready and able to assume good positions in the bus: ness world. Keys clatter and bells ring frantically as a typing class bangs out a five-minute writing. M1 Mrs. Kern maintains the balance. A smile and a thorough course in bookkeeping and consumer education. Wi' ' Q' aerial :hee :tiff 4345. ' .. ', 541 mx ,Mya ,E ,, -,Lf J: .r,.,A.gc .sau , f .rl -i 51 . 1: L, I ,N 2139 ' IS A msc fi , ft Miss Bancroft checks the file for new ffice practice proiect. .w Home Economics Mrs. Brauer slaving over a hot stove. No wonder the Coach looks so healthy! 'N I VM L.. Young seamstresses learn that a stitch in time saves. Homemakers learning the art of being easy on the income. Igrf, ,,- is? ,Ki n if 'L riff., Sue Davis and Beverly Jenkins and a pie in the making Q' Q Q 'Q ---...i...i,. r ..fw LX Q UIKIANA OIIID f'. 1 'il gnJ Qz2'2 A 9 'flQ ,Ei-?,- . bl M , ii V555 New 4 w, NN xl v F amil Relations ' The methodical Mr. Shannon discusses a family problem with Joyce, Lynda, Pork, and Linda 7 . 4 Guidance Q.. A wise choice of vocation, finding one's potentialiiies and aptirudes are the department of Mrs. Ryan. Sue, Phil, Tom, Barb, and Dennis go over test results. I7 Boys and girls at Urbana High participate in body and character building ac- tivities planned by capable gym teachers. Through these activities, they learn that good physical condition is conducive to maintaining good physical and mental health. Physical Education "Speedy" Haney sets up as Butcher and Harvey look on. McNary, across the net moves in to return. f? KTXCUERT 4 WV! ff . L W it Mr Roger Brauer boys physical education instr tor A U - f if ' t f M l demonstrates the hand vibrator. I' frljjpij 1 Wil 4 ' Oli' . fp' v, 1 ij ,ol t f. ,J Jw Girls physical education instructor, Mrs, Jean Zerkle, calls roll. Social Science The American way of life and heri- tage ably taught by Mr. Frank Shannon in senior American Gov- ernment classes A broad knowledge of the events in American and World history which led to the American way of life are taught by instructors thoroughly grounded in their subjects. Urbana High students, through their tutelage, annually rate high on scholarship tests in the social sciences. Mr. Cook caught in the act of seek- ing out a test for classes in World history. ,Mr -1-'Ez an ? S L-,og'fULu ,AL-o -'YN' it c'QD,kkf0"':'mmwA ll lA.ll'5 Mm gLV,,df"'5'C6,,'i1- Mr. David Cooper iots a notation on an American history paper, QM Mr. Dan McNeal spins through a gyroscopic dems onstration. Originators of the fumes and odors, concoctors of bubbling messes. Chemistry students at work. Science Aspiring chemists and physicists perspire through intense courses aimed at preparing the learner for college professional training. Mr. Russell Everett, instructor in chemistry and gen- eral science, discusses rocks with his freshmen. A roc'li'gets taken for granite! Q1 it X .Q Xin iii Mrs. Ryan and playmate. One in- stance when "See you later, al- ligator" could be dangerous. Bills, Neer, Packer and Stevens ad- mire one of the myriad plants which beautify the biology lab. Flora and Fauna become obiects for close scrutiny for members of the biology classes. From the study of plant and ani- mal phyla to actual projects in dissecting, they emerge from the course with a bet- ter understanding ot God's creation. A sl riff, Is- if Newton's third law gets a going over by Kauffman, Johnson and Kimmel. la The bewildering intricacies of algebra ll and Trigonometry made vivid by Mr. Max Stover. Math Sines, cosines, equilaterals, bisected an- gles and complicated equations become everyday conversation for math students under the guidance of these careful in- structors. The basis of the arts and sciences, math is one of Urbana High's finest departments. Mrs. Ann Baker protracts a problem in geometry f? f- Junlors and seniors delve into the depths of trigonometry 22 5 1 3 i l i fi f E T C B DLN PTIIR M-ff' ,-,,, VZIDII C ,,f,C ff-'ll .A ,- xx at ' t K , - 5 I Mrs. Brandeberry, Mrs, Miller and Mrs. Saum begin prepara- tions for the noon meal. The football team, the faculty and the basketball team will long remember the delicious ban- quets prepared by these three fine cooking artists. The men behind the scenes who clean the buildings, tend the furnaces, shovel the snow, and drive the busses: Mr. Thompson, Mr. Otey, Mr. Robbins, Mr, O'Brien and Mr. Wiant. Special School Help The health and welfare of the stu- dents of the entire Urbana school system are entrusted to Mrs. Mar- iorie Gayman, school nurse and attendance officer. v4 S xx nw Vg 395.43 QZXLQ' ff- mfr, ,ff ' .f 2,5 L 211.5 'QIEEGQ -1 ' 1312: A .,,, ,, aw L, Y N KVM 1U AJ Senior officers: President John Kauffman, Secretary-treasurer Jean Rae Walker, Vice President Keith Humphrey. With all outward indications of an apprecia- tion of life and a keen anticipation of what lies ahead, these senior officers typify the spirit and perspicacity of the class of l957. Behind lie the rigorous days as underclass- men, the struggle for recognition as indi- viduals eager to learn. Ahead lies the uncertain future but within lies the determination to excel in the pro- fessions, the arts and sciences, the everyday tasks that go together to make the world a better place in which to live. "Della" "Pork" LYNDA ASTERINO .,Lyn., Science Club 3 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus l, 2 . . . Y- Teens l, 2, 3, 4 , . , Cheerleader 3,4...GAA l,2,3,4. WALTER BAUER Hwalf' Basketball 2 . . . Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3,4...ScienceClub3,4... Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, Manager 4 . , . Boys Chorus l, 2 . . . Scholarship team l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom planning 3. kqilbll BERTHA BLOSSER nsenn GAA l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Home Ec Club l,2,4. IDELLA ADAMS Home Ec Club l, 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 4 . . . GAA l, 2. GORDON ADKINS Football l, 2, 3 . . . Track I, 2 . . . Baseball l, 2 . . . Boys Chorus l, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4. 1 .997 '51 .. . ,, . CLAUDE BISHOP "Butch" Track l, 2 . . . Boys Chorus l, 2 , tml PATRICIA BLANKENSHIP "Pat" Tower Staff l, 2, 3, Editor 4 . . Student Council 2 . , . Science Club Girls team GAA Latin Club ,i 2 A nf Band l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Spanish P l, 2. ,Lg ,, xl 7 3,4...Choir3,4... Chorus I, 2 . . . Scholarship 2...Y-Teensl,2,4... l, 2, 4, Vice President 3 . . . gs X Club I, 2 . , . Class Officer Treasurer l, Vice President 2 Prom planning 3 . . . Leaders l, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES BOLTON "C harlie" Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . , . Track 2 . . . Varsity 2, 3 . . . St. Mary's l. MARY BENNETT ,,Be'h,, Spring-field l . . . Girls Chorus 2. GRETCHEN BLUM "Grefch" Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens 4 . . . Scholarship team 1, 2, 3,4 . . . GAA 1, 3. 27 BARBARA BOWSER "Barb" ' , Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens . . , GAA 3, 4 . . .Spanish Club . , . Home Ec Club I, 2, 3, 4. BONNIE BOYER EDWARD BROWN! . ,,Ed,, I I Football I, 2, 3, 4 , . . Golf 2 . . . Boys Chorus I, 2. SHIRLEY BUTCHER chaff 3, 4 . . . Girls chorus 1, 2 g I3 ...GAAI. DAVID CAMPBELL "Dave" Tower Staff 3, 4 . . . Club 2, 3, 4 . Band IRENE BROWN Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2... Choir 3, 4 . . . Y-Teens 1 . . , GAA 1 . . . Spanish Club RONALD BROWN "Ronnie" Football I, 2 . . . Basketball I, 2 ...Baseball 1,2...Band1.,. Boys Chorus I, 2. 1 s sr 53 aaa ,Q Science V35 1 1, 2, 3, 4. fl ll I MARGARET BROWN "Margie" Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y Teens I . . . Home Ec Club I. JERRY BROWNING Football l, 2, 3 . . . Basketball I ...Trackl...Choir4..- Boys Chorus I, 2. BETTY BURDEN M, sf "Phil" ROBERT CAVE Ugobf, Boys Chorus I, 2. RUSSELL COX wh "Russ" Basketball I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Boys Chorus I, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4. CAROLYN DORSEY Tower Staff 2, 3, Business Manager 4 . . . Student Council Secretary- Treasurer 3 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2... Choir 3, 4. . .Y-Teens I, 2, 3,4...FTA'I,2...GAAI,2,3, 4 . . . Leaders' Club I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Latin Club I. Football I . PHILIP CARNEY 7 CAROL CARTER Y-Teens 4 . . . Toledo, Ohio I, 2, 3. ROBERT M. CUMMINS "Mum Football 3, 4 . . . Basketball I Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 . . - Band . . . Spanish Club I, 2. PATRICIA DELAY "Par" GAA 4. xi' '-1 P CAROL CLEAVER ' I Tower Staff 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, .,..Choir3,4...Y-Teens1,2, 3 4...GAAI,2...Latin it Club I, 2. me '31 LF r' 7 'it 2 er' - ' f rlgif up-o . -.- I ,if Ji uw HOMER CRABTREE Band I, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Boys Chorus I, 2 . . . Math Club 4. MONA F. DO RSEY Tower Staff 3, 4 . . . Science Club . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I 2 . . . Scholarship Team 2 . . . eens I, 2, 3, 4, President 4 . FTA I, 2, Vice President 3 . GAA 1, 2, 3. 29 JULIA FROST ujudyu Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Club 3. GRAYDON GREEN "Gridiron" Football 3, 4 . . . Track 3, 4 Basketball 3. WILLIAM GREEN MEM., Football I, 2, 3 . . . Scholarship team 1 . . . Varsity U 4. I f 1 Mill ELNORA EVILSIZOR f1NOra11 Girls Chorus I, 2 . . , Home Ec Club 'I, 2 . , . GAA I, 2, 3, Presi- dent 4. s3lIc,u,,,,,.,WQvu-Q JOYCE FINLEY Tower Staff 2, 3, Treasurer 4 . . . Choir 3, 4, Robe Committee 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens 1,2,3,4...MathCIub2... GAA I, 2 . . . Spanish Club 3... Latin Club l, 2. JOSEPH HUBBARD woe.. Football I . . . Band 1 Chorus I, 2 . . . Scholarship team l,2,4...Latin I, 2. , . MAX HOLLAND Tennis 3 . . . Science . . . Boys Chorus I. Mu. ldcuw Home Ec . . . Boys Club 3, 4 SANDRA GEER usandyu Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus i,2...Cl1oir4...FTA1,2,3 4... Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4... Latin Club I, 2 . , . GAA 1, 2. HENRY HARENBERG nHanku Science Club 3, 4 . . . Scholarship team 3 . . . Xenia Central I. BUDDY GORDON HEGELE "sud" Trackl...FTAl,2...Boys Chorus I, 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 2. JANET IMEL "Jan" Girls Chorus I . . . Scholarship team 3 . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 4 . . .Latin Club I . . .GAA I, 2. JEAN JEFFERSON Y-Teens 4 . . . Home Ec Club 2, 3, President 4 . . . GAA I, 2, 3, 4. CRYSTAL JONES "Chris" Girls Chorus I, 2. . I-lmete-. use 5, ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS "Liz" Tower Staff I, 2, 3 . . . Student Council I . . . Nat'I. Hon. Soc. 3, 4 . . . Science Club 4 . . . Girls Chorus l,2...Choir3,4... Y-Teens I, 2, 3 . . . Latin Club I, 2 . . . GAA I, 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 3 . . . Homecoming At- tendant 3, Queen 4 . . . Leaders' Club I, 2 . . . Cheerleader 3, 4. KEITH HUMPHREYS Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . VarsityeU 4 . . . Spanish Club I. LOIS JENKINS Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Choir 3, 4. CHARLES JOHNSON "C huck" Football 3, 4 . . . Basketball I, 2, 13, 4 . . , Tower Staff 4 . . . Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Chaplain 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Choir 3, Chap- lain 4. SAMULL JACKSON "Gloria" Greensborough, 1, 2. BEVERLY JENKINS "Jinx" Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Home Ec Club 'l. 'Herz-4 --WTQI DIMITIRA JONES '1Meachie" 32 DONALD JORDAN "Don" Band 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 4 . . . Varsity U . . , Spanish Club 1, 2. J JOHN LEWIS JOYCE JUSTICE GWYLAND LOCKE Choir 3, 4 . . . Y-Teens 1, 4 . . "JIfY6fbUQ" FTA 1 . . . Girls Chorus 1, 2 . . Football Manager 2 GAA 1, 2 . Latin Club 1. L JOHN KAUFFMAN Baseball 4 , . . Tennis 3 . . Nat'l Hon. Soc. 3, 4 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4 . . . Choir 3, Assistant Manager 4 . . . Boys Chorus 1, 2 . . . Scholarship team 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club 2 . . . Latin Club 1. CHARLES J. KEMP "Joe" VIRGINIA KIBLER "Ginger" Tower Staff 2, 4 . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus 1,2..,Y-Teens1,2,4...FTA 1 ...GAA 1, 3 . . . spanish Club 1 ROGER KELLEY "Wadah" Football 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 1, 3, 4 .. .Baseball 3 . . . Boys Chorus 1. 'L4,-4.,r.,H,gN.,,k WAYNE KIMMEL Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Tower Staff 4 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Band l,2,3,4...BoysChorus1... Scholarship team 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Math Club 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2. ELIZABETH JANE LEWIS "Janie" Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus 1, 2 ... Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4... Math CIub2...GAA1,2,3...Latin Club 1 . . . Sophomore Class Treasurer. THOMAS LORENZ "Tom" Football 3, 4 . . . Tennis 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Choir 4 . . . Scholarship team3,4...VarsityU4... St. Mary's 1, 2. SEM? LAURIE LOVERDE Tower Staff 1, 2, 3 . . . Secretary- Treasurer Student Council 4 . . . Band 2, 3, Treasurer 4 . , . Choir 3, 4 . . .Girls Chorus 1, 2 . ,. Scholarship team 2, 3 . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4 . . . FTA 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4. CHARLOTTE MOSS Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus 1, 2 ...GAA2. wmufi 1nfLfG67-2131? fx ROBERT MUMFORD "Bob" Football 1, 2 . . . Cho Boys Chorus 1, 2. JOSEPH S. LYONS Ujoeyu Boys Chorus 1, 2. RICHARD S. METZGER "Dick" Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Choir 3,4.,.BoysChorus1,2... Varsity U 1, 2, 3, 4. ...f FRED MCCLU RE .,Max,, Track 1, 2 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Math Club 3, 4 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2. ir4.. -.. , 13 oil as 4 LESLIE MESLER "Les" Track 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . , Band 1, 2, 3, President 4 . . . Math Club 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2. JERRY MONTGOMERY Science Club 3, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, 3,4...Choir3,4...Boys Chorus 2 . . . Math Club 2, 3 . . . Spanish Club 1, 2. ROBERT MCCONNELL "Bob" Track 2 . . , Tennis 3 . . . Tower Staff 4 . . . Science Club 3, Presi- dent 4 . . .Choir 4 ...Boys Chorus 2. A I xi V f' filo.. Qi 33 SHERMAN MCKELLOP ,,Mac,, V 34041 Nw ofvwf-by SUE OVERFIELD Girls Chorus 1, 2 . . . Home Ec Club l, 2. . .GAA I, 2, 4. LXMMM, FRITZ OVERS Football 'l, 2, 3, Captain 4 . . . Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball l . . . Student Council 3, President 4 . . . Nat'l. Hon. Soc, 3, Presi- " dent 4 . . . Boys Chorus l, 2 . . . dk' CQ, l Scholarship team 1 . , . Varsity U '1X"Q!I-If? j 3, 4 . . . Latin Club 2. 'W HARRY RAMEY Lk JERRI REBER ,,Je,,, Tower Staff l, 2, 4 , . . Student Council l, 2, 4 . . . Science Club Q 4 . . . Girls Chorus 1, 2 . . . Choir 3, Secretary 4 . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 C- X . . . Y-Teens 1, 2, 4 . . . GAA 1, 4-ff"'s"' 2, 3, 4 . . , Latin Club l . . . Home- coming Attendant 3, 4. DICK PEPPERS MARLENE PENDLETON Band l, 2, 3, H. Mal. 4 , , . Choir 4 . . . Girls Chorus l, 2 . . .X Home Ec Club l . . . Y-Teens Ly, 2,3,4...GAA'l,2,3,4. Xtxukfhfb AJ if DORISANN -PHELPS Girls Chorus 'l, 2 . . , Y-Teens I ...HomeEcClubl,2,3,4... GAA l, 2. PHlLLlP PFLAUMER "Phil" Tower Staff 4 . . . Nat'I. Hon. Soc. 3, Treasurer 4 . . . Science Club 2, 3, Vice President 4 . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Scholarship team 2,3,4...MathClub2,3... Latin Club 'I, 2. DALE RADFORD Football 'l, 2 . . . Basketball 1, 2 . . . Golf 3, 4 . . . Boys Chorus 1,2,,.Choir3,4...Latin Club I. LAAAIN-Cfxfgf F Qc fyC,Q 'YvM44A1vv4a,29 1 l MURIEL REED ROBERTA SNYDER Tower siaff 2, 4 . . . Band 1, 2, "Bobbie" 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls West Liberty I . . . GAA 2, 3, 4 Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus ...FTAI,2,3,4...GAA 2...Y-reen52,3,4. 1, 2 . . . Latin Club 1, 2. SUE RIEMAN DAVID SPARKS "Mouse" "Rick" Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 Football 3 . . , Basketball I . . . . . Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens Golf I. 2 - - - BOYS Ch0VUS lf 5 I, 2, 4 .. .GAA I, 4 . . . Cheer- . . . Spanish Club I, 2. leader 3, 4. NORMAN ROPP "Norm" Football I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track I, 2. 'T' SARA Sl-IANK "Sally" Washingion, D. C., I, 2, 3 . . . GAA 4...TowerS1aff4...FTA4... ' Y-Teens 4. WILLIAM SPELLMAN Hsin" Football I, 2, 3 . . . Basketball I . - - Golf 2 . . , Science Club 3, 4 . . . Math Club. i mek . gb- 1' 1 . 1.7 .r ' KATH RYN SAWYER .Karyn Girls Chorus I, 2. igeemuue, 55 RICHARD SMITH "Dick" ROBERTA ANN STEVENS "Sching" Choir 4 . . . Oliver High I, 2, I. 35 IXJQ 1,2... EVERETT SUCHLAND "Butch" Football l. DONNA TRIMBY Y-Teens I . . , Home Ec Club 4. GWENN WALTERS Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus I, 2 . . . Y-Teens 3, Treasurer 4 , . . GAA 2 . . , Greenville High School I. JOHN STITZEL LELAND WEST Football 2, 4 . , . Boys Chorus I Heel, . . , Spanish Club I, 2, Football I . . . Basketball T, 2 . . . Baseball 1, 2, 3 . . . Science Club PHYLLIS STOUT Band l, 2, 3, 4 , . . Girls Chorus Y-Teens 4. 3...Ba Chorus I, 2 . , . Spanish Club 2, 3. RONALD ZIEGLER "Ron" ndl,2,3,4...Boys .1 Football 3 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . Boys Chorus 2. are YU' KATHLEEN THOMSON Tower Staff 3, 4 . . . Band I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, 4 . . . Girls Chorus ' l,2...Y-TeensI,2,3,4... fs x 5 FTA 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4 . . . GAA l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Latin Club I, 2 . . . Spanish Club 3. JEAN RAE WALKER Student Council 3, 4 . . . Nat'l, Hon. Soc. 3, 4 . . . Choir 3, His- torian 4 . . . Scholarship team 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Officer, Secretary- Treasurer 4. ,Q ,bi JANET WEAVER Y-Teens 4 . . . Home Ec Club 4 . . . Urbana Local I, 2. Senior Lqfe A ready grin, a hearty "Hil," a keen enioyment of people and any humorous situation are outward characteristics. Within lie great talents in scholarship, art, speech, music and athletics. This is the class of '57, l ,iff 4,44 ,fl xt John, Les, Keith, John and Wayne discuss "Tea and Sympathy." A great bunch, representative of the class of 1957 Keith, Chuck, Bill, Sue, Lynda, Phil, Joe, Les, Irene Henry, Bob, Chuck and Fritz. 37 Interlude, Chuck, Jerry and Kathleen pass the time of day before afternoon classes begin. f X FN as Undoubtedly a pleasant conversation be- tween Russ and Janie. Personification of the conviviality and good nature of the people of UHS. Gwylard Locke Uitterj threads a film through the proiector for a government class. 4 Senior girls in gabfest. The earnest con- versation at the top of the fire escape is not for tender ears. Shirley primps, Lynda looks surprised. Q T., 1 fu: ' 'elt.llX.-r!s3 Les and Dave discuss, Phil and Carol blink. Bud glances and Laurie hides Joe, while Delores and Henry watch. 5 'lu Xfgqm' xl: 1 The pictures on this page were taken while the seniors waited inside for an outside inside picture namely a chest X-ray. The smiles and affability are not posed. This is the face of UHS. A il!5 gf! 1 I -...' .X KL! -.2 39 rl 30110141641 Junior officers Carole Fisher, secretary, Bob Nau, president, and Alan Ware, vice president, toast the seniors. CJoke.J They are generally thought to be arch radicals. As a matter of fact, they are the most conservative people l have ever dealt with. -Woodrow Wilson. Having achieved stature as upperclassmen, there came with the honor the responsibility of firmly establishing themselves as a dignified, diligent and mature class. The class play . . . hours spent in the con- cession stand . . . prom planning . . . athletics, music and newly acquired advanced subiects . . . all condensed into a composite being - a junior. Carl Angles Robert Appel Richard Arnold Sondra Baillie Ronald Barger Terry Black Picture Not Available Mary Blalock Richard Booze Marvin Borders U.M1.M- George Chess Patricia Cooper Nancy Copas Marybelle Crick Kay Curl UJXAM-v.,, Edna Cuflip ir 'qi Roger Borsfu""L""""" Joyce Brown Kenneth Caldwell William Corfrnan Paul Couch Philip Cousins ,Mary Daniels Bonnie Daulton lllzl-any Carol Davis U I Wilma Davis Carolyn Day . David Decker 'J-'I QJUWUJC IU? if 'A -K MA,,4qk-Q, po--P "l-wb I . kVki . x 5 X X Dianne Ducey Charles Earnhart Russell Eaton Joyce Evilsizor " Eleanor Kay Ferriman -- Carol Fisher . N ,v Doris Detwiler Joseph Dixon , I QQ- J s Pichara U Nd Ruth Elmer Eugene Evilsizor Aulhble James Ervin Roger Fitzwater - Jerry Frost Carolyn Gingrey Linda Dempsey- Virginia Gladden Sandra Goldsberry David Graham Shirley Herford Edward Higbee Nancy Holland James Jackson Gene Jenkins ' Janice Justice 'v 'ni 1- 3 's Q- I E, my .r . ,ffl Carolyn Hagemann Jerry Heffner Joyce Henry - ' 1 IWLQA 7? " , 1,. I i,,,.,MI lY7'f Donetta Howell Terry Hueston Robert Imel Beverly Kauffman Dale Kennedy Jqfg, Brenda Kitzler 45 Patricia Laird UM"'vv+- Carol Law Janice LeFever V7 ,A ,Aj ,- if 3 K 'Ti I' :A 'S' . R cs! Linda Magley ' .Q H Q Charles McCain Sonny McConnaughey Cynthia Metzgeru-M'-rv-A, David Miller Cynthia Millner - 'P' Philip Loffing James Louden Diane Lyon Anna McDonald Kay McDonald Richard Mende Ma rtha Moss Richard Myers - Robert Nau Charles Neer ,ci-gel Frederick Neer ' 3 Lowell Newman - QQ! J J 'fly if , x ' ,film i LII. f If?-ggfi A+ S Ann Packer Patricia Parker Joan Pence James Purdy Russell Rickarcls Gary Sachs Q, ,-,j' Y i i lc s l l 1 '53 Yr? fuk' V? Picfure Noi Available Ellen Nichols LI, Jane? Nichols Ba rba ra Overs Ricky Ponn Barbara Prather Joyce Prickeff Lynn Sachs Marilyn Schafer Donald Smith Joann Smith David Snapp Sandra Soter Alan Sundheimer Marvin Teach Joyce Thomas Wanda Ware Mary Weaver Loretta Wheeler 'J Picture Not Available Q. V' '. Picture Noi' Available Paul Stevens Marcia Stith James Stokes Ernest Tomlolin Deanna Turnmire Alan Ware - Gene Woods Judy Woods WJMMM fueufwwl Sophomore class officers: Secretary, Susan Keim, President, Don Pfaff, and Vice Presi- dent, Bing Bills. How beautiful is youth! How bright it gleams With its illusions, aspirations, dreams! Book of beginnings, story without end, Each maid a heroine, and each man a friend! -Longfellow - df' Q QQ rid 'Z A gift lr' 141 ,--N -tx 8 .4 , iff? 'C X - fx w.,-ft fl Robert Biddle ' Carol Bidwell Bing Bills - David Bills - Betty Blosser Mike Bolton if Picture Not Available 50 , ag. 1 I .M i-g: Neal Buckney Linda Caldwell Ruth Calland Dewey Casto William Chapman Lester Church Gerald Allen Charles Anderson Lora Artis'- Dorothy Aultman Roger Barr William Beatty David Bowers Sally Bright Joyce Brooks 0. max Kenneth Brown Wayne Brunotte - Phillip Buck .Aa uzn, QQ vin, ,. '. Q A gi A -'uv f't',A Q .J ,,..-44 All if f Q 'A is 75271, ii 'jill W Sue Colbert Gloria Collins - Carl Conner Q, It I 'll l 'iii' A J 'll J- yi!! Philip Coolbaugh Nancy Cooper Beverly Cottrill ' , " A 'S' r, y KX? K' .A V A - cf ' Y: 1 il Lil! I r ' J e ' Peggy Cottrill Q John Crabtree , my it ff V, V dy V. Crescenciano Cruz Joe Davis Sue Davis Ann Dellinger OU' James Fisher Shirley Fox - Sandra Frost' Kervin Fultz Elizabeth Giddy... Richard Gordley "'...,,,,,,..,wi 5 ,- Sherry DeWitt - Dale Dixon Joyce Duncan Betty Dunlavy Julia Evans Linda Ferguson xl, 'V L, ' ii Hi, - r i j .f gfU.4,Z fl2f1l.A,ln,G'4 ,-5 -as :Unit 'D' 1, ' --WH it ...Q- km ll l -:Y ,F-'v x ffm: f fs Q '.-nf 'SWF' A Picture 8 'R 1 l Nof J Available Keith Henderson Newton Honore- Ernest Jackson Rornona Jackson Beverly Jenkins - Rebecca Jenkins f 'qw' If 1 '- Philip Markin iw' -James Lewe - Richard Locke , Sharon Mahan , Richard Martin Sheila Meloch Carol Green Roger Green Weldon Haney Melvin Headley Thomas Hegele Ronald Helterbran - . if .Q J Sarah Jones David Jordan Jean Justice Susan Keirn Ronald Kerlee Larry Lawson A A ?"P 7'7" C""' ,ao is fi. 'Q Q V ,.,,,w is We X 71 l , . fs A if. i A . Richard Neer Michael Norris Steve Park Kathryn Parker Dixie Pence Donald Pfaff " Homer Roberts Roger Roberts Larry Rowe U +5 WWA Robert Sandersx Hayla Sawyer Nancy Schafer :X R Melanie Michael Vernon Moody James McAdams Earl McKee Nancy McKellop ., Joe Neer Leslie Phillips Lois Porter Thelma Powell-' Phyllis Reed Diane Reese Joyce Rice Q? K ,N rv? ml! Av' - 0' Michael Simpson ,Q l fi ff Judy Smith Q X ,, BefTY Smith' gy fc x Www' fm- 'fold-4.1. lf4'VU"""' Sue Snarr - Louella Snyder Sarah Snyder , 4: ,.. .. . 'r -fn wav P' ' .1 f .1 - ye A 4-M N R -. V K Q- 4' ' ylv.. ' Patricia Stayrook U M ' Q' Patricia Stegall ' .V mi K Q I Warren Stevens ,., V it V cqf 5 ,I ' 1 ,Wg-5 fr arry Stickney f ' ff? " Judy Stout "A J' 1 X Kathleen Sullivan L.-f V t j Viy, Ya? iie A, William Wiant Ed Zeigler Judy Zimmer David Williams Melanie Sundheimer Brenda Tabern Marva Underwood Steve Vourlas Tom Wardell Thomas West - J "' , . 1. 1 'H -52 'WM-anvil! fn t .,gi3, J -C5 I fu Freshman class officers: Gary Walker, vice president: Sharon Haney, secretary-treas- urerg Jim Holland, president. Haste thee, Nymph and bring with thee Jest and youthful Jollity, Quips and Cranks and wanton Wiles, Nods and Becks and wreathed Smiles. L'Allegro - John Milton Gayle Brooks Geraldine Bruce Dennis Brunotte Nancy Butcher John Butcher Barbara Burton Joyce Caldwell William Calhoun David Campbell Judith Carey William Carter Larry Chambers Gloria Blankenship Mary Blum Loretta Blue Beverly Boyer Sue Brandeberry ' i?3,,,? Albert Bailey Nancy Bailey Robert Andrews 4 Fred Beatty Linda Bicking Pat Bidwell KQX ' 4 - it l 'U J, QQ Q . 4 Y 4 ' 11 A l , I Ji' fr 1 5 qs Aj' V ZH il Mx 4, -Plffvw . " Gloria Chess: Ni ml I 5' XAJJVR Larry Ch risman Donald Clark i f Cra- T J., N il li f Lucille Cox - David Crabill- Merrill Craig 34, sr, ll' . A, -'. t - Y., rilslfggxy' , yr ,,g '. J. ' h In 41 " P .,, ' 1-r 4- ' i:v,,ri,3 Y , -f' -iz, ,,a.:-ey I, ff- , ' l . 'wil' ' - 'f " Roger Daulton ' 2' Sandra Dempsey - Pidure Noi' Avarlablo Maureen Dahill HYQOVSQH Ann Dibble Jerrel Dunham John Dunn Mike Duvall Belinda Earnhari Joyce Edinger Saundra Edley Joyce Ellars , Dale Evans Emerson Evans Wayne Field Allan Fisher 1 ly if John Hance Douglas Haugh Jerry Henry Rosalie Hayden Jim Holland , Leo Fitzwater Belinda Foster Gary Frazier James Frost -Fred Geer Harry Goldsberry Jerry Gordley Donna Gunsaulies 41 M51 5. 'U' V, Z 2 A l 3 'Q' 1-xg. l 5 f I ali Nl a Sharon Haney 0' A 3 Joyce Harmon if ' , . 1 Peggy Harvey J A '-pg' ' ,James Hall A Y A ll fi , L 1 H3 1 iq -9 ' S .y g j 3 ,K ff 1' ' 4 fi I ,f fix- -V 4 A - J 41vl.'ili1-5. 'xfsfilll """'5- fs. .f if' In Picfure o Available 'X . - gb LeRoy Huffman Q Wanda Huffman Robert Hurd Linda Idle Donald Imel Stanley Jones , Pat Jordan Pldun Robert Kearns N0+ Bill Krebehenne Ayailgblg Picfure No+ Available 0 4' L.-'52, ad Danny Kunkle "-ua' Piclure ' Noi Available ao- :wi '57 J , , 'H' 1. I ','A 4, Donald Lawrence Jaye Lawson Sherry Lehn Ruth Lewis Harry Lippincott Virginia Locke Vonnie Louden Emerson McConn '89 Jane McNary Judith Markin' Georgia Markin Peggy Maurice A ell Ll. cxliffb Sharon Maxwell Carl Miller - Kay Miley- Keith Moore Don Moss William Music Beverly Nash ' Jack Neer " Jerry Neer -' Judith Neer -' i xi Julie Neer - Mary Neer - Thelma 0'Bryan1 Virginia Parker Beny Parsons -f Brenda Searles Allen Shepard Dorothy Shepard - Neva Sizemore- Marshall Sizemore- Ron Smith - Daryl Rinehart Emily Roberts Judy Robison Darlene Ropp Terry Rowe 1 Michael Sanders Joseph Scoti Marcia Scott Ann Schneider James Shaloo- Carole Pence Lester Petty Mary Pflaumer Sharon Phillips Carolyn Pinkerman Don Printz , Pamela Purdy ' Richard Randall 1 Ronald Ramey Frances Reams Mack Riedel - Bill Riley Pccfun Avaloble Picture O Picture Not Available . 113455 2' l Qfvrv, 4, L2 i I 4 l ' Available .KI - e 5 ' P, X David South Charles Spellman Hugh Spellman 1 Raymond Stayrook Edward Sterner Donald Stout Linda Stultz Carol Swank John Swisher Bill Taylor Sara Taylor Linda Turnmire Picture Not Available Picture Noi' Available Carl Tyree David VanHoose Gary Walker Nedra Walker Merle Walters Peggy Watkins Shirley Watson Bud Weaver Janice Welch Barney White Picture of Available David Wing Cheryl Willoughby Roger Woods Beverly Wyant Gary Zerkle '-,p',,, MR. ROBERT JENKINS, Junior High Principal L., ls IX-wo 'Q ,Mfg MRS. DOROTHY PURDY English MRS. BETTY STOVER Social Studies Junior H igh Iwith apologies to Longfellowl Between the sixth and the ninth grades When childhood is riding high Comes a shift in the process of schooling Which is known as the Junior High. Here some learn first disappointment And then success and growth. Here some develop interests Of lasting value and worth. For some the boy-craze or girl-craze ls running at full flood, While for others this "interesting" problem Has only begun to bud. With sports and dramas and parties, With study and work and play, With a minimum of loafing, And a minimum of delay, Each student passes from us. And although his stay was brief We like to think he leaves us With mixed feelings of joy and grief. MR. LEWIS PRINE X Science MRS. HELEN KAUFFMAN Math MISS CARLISLE Phys. Ed and Health MR. NARCROSS Phys. Ed and Health MRS. GRAY Math MR. DENEN Science and Ohio History MR. STRICKLER MRS. SICKLER MR. PIGG History English Inst. Music Qsvv 3'-EQ'-2L'r... The friendly and hospitable southern drawl that answers the iunior high phone-Mrs. Frank' Shannon. if 63 Boys Chorus Gzrls Chorus funzor Hzgh Basketball Junior H igh Junior High Football Cheerleaders Six comely lasses who lead the lun- ior high cheers. Pat Knull, Jenifer Butler, Jenny Baker, Lynne Wagner, Sharon Russell, Jane Evans. An athletic powerhouse in the making, the iunior high football squad will be the varsity ends, guards, centers and backs in a few short years. Junior High Band Junior high music-makers. For the numerous assembly programs and other appear- ances for which use of the whole band was not iusti- fied, a smaller "concert" band was selected. ei H!!! 5 ' W fx. t 1 105 1 a C o Lrt 1 1 335 r n 1 o y Kun e J1net ins athy Broolchart M s P rfly Qcond row Turn Woodruff red K c 4 Warmn Cress Je rc mpt Ronald Dccrp Billy Gale tf 1rn 111: N T rc row Jerri 5 Jem e.r Butle.r Bc. sy Barnntz Judy B1kLr Junta Leg B1lcnr Sug Mdiellop Toni Humphreys N1t11e 1 ler S ly 1 oak urt1 row 1 1 ng 1r 11 r11 rn Brown Mae Cl11g1n11r1 Beverly B Oks K ron Burden E rl Cottrtll Jintcs Cox L1rry Atchison Otis Brofvn Absent George Courtcr Q. to ri ht Mrs Stovgr anus Lamson Geor L Frost Wtllmm l.e,FevQ Bobbi Coolcston Cwolyn ody Shirlgy Cooper Ruth C pas P1tr1c11 D r1l1vy Seto c 1 r 1 S1ndr1 Par s Jun: 1 trd row eva Martin MM ohttnlmr e orn grnn 1rd Ortnsor Guy Bo mes Downing Ann Nichols V td D cl-L r ourt ro v 1 ra 1 nnn Dwts Ethel Church vtght DUfllt'HTl Ronxld Hoenchgl R ,rnono 1rvL,f Av Q 1 urn CI B ll Cousins to ight me e rge J mer J 1 Br o s uorge Hgnry r ,1 1 Jane Kntzle Go 1rs Hll Betty Mann us ernon QtLg1lI D 11 Cror Sr11ron Futz K1tl1y Geer y Duncan Op1I Green Cyntl 1 Do 1 s tdt u1r1s1nLr Rpt? 'tloss Tntrd row Sherman Hayc Allen Maurice John Evans Dwtcl ST Sl1 on nw, a Q Khith Milleclge Fourt1 row Linda Dixon Jack Havens G rdon Wymt Steyr Glffttlt Robert Lwtrd Ortl Ednngpr Maruno Sterner Margant Rollofson Carol D N ttm Gifs Let to ight: Jan H nk , larry Ba lx R lzf Barr, R1ly Cor f , V591 It H' user Sail' kl , L Coll , K , r. u , '. S' : ' F an la, '1 , lt' y Ke , -, 1, ' , HH -tt l'lar1ey, Ro 1 l l Caleb vll, Robert Boy-usur. hu J 1 ' Lou Bill, 'ff 1, 1t , . -, 1 A 1 . -, 1 1 , , lil log , al Blfl , FO l 1 : Rutl B mln 1y, M1 y An C t lt w, Br-rrnnv , f f , ro , a , a ' , . i , 1 ' , ' 1 : 7- W Laft 'g : . -, J '1 1' , ga , ' Q 1 1- , 1 MO , I ' 1, O . , Q ' '. u r . C nl rnvv- Pawn, Jorcla 1, K r lm, l'tl Davison, John Cromwell, Linda HQ-adloc, Ruth Myers, Andrua Eggleston, John Kugclrnan, Richard Black. Th' ' : St ' ' , At' 1 B - ', Vlllc Dilts, Gl 1 Fl: Ng Edu, ' 1, 4 dey, Ja ' , ' , Gt L1 e 1. F h 1: Rutl C bil, Bo '1 11' , , Du Q , Q 1 it G. 11, fl r n- VV If tl 1,05 Qutltri Cupps I i . Left r' : Mr, Pr' , G o -ni , ol n o lc, G1 1 ', Jn, P Il'ns, t ' r, l ria Ellq , Rita i , 3 . St,-cortd ro.-. V ., 1 4 , wr 1 B ' 1 ' 1 l , 1 1 , Kath , L , . 111 fn, He' i S' fli, - 1 if ' . len, -, , f f NJ l, ,1fr Ra N, P tty Russ1ll, Larr, Ervin, -' ' . l : A ' , , O K , , ? r' , . , I ' 1 , lf , , unitatn :J V' 'lly. i Y -an , f XR- N. x if Lett to rrght Mrs Kauttman John Pulluns Phyllls Ropp Dorothy Snyder Janet Watknns Robert Neer Rlchard Mltchell Second row Judy Rees Ruth Pflaumer Nancy Shultz Michael Crarn Douglas Porter Ronald Locke Jackie Schetter Davud Suchland Thxrd row Ann Stallsmlth Connre Edwards Margaret Snyder Lynn Schneider Chrls Beatty Charles Lee Carolyn Ottenbacher Ned Rhodes Fourth row Yvonne Roberts Earllne McDonald Patsy McKellop Barbara Stout Carolyn Nelswander Jane Evans Jerry Croker Don Bauer Wllltam Valentune Lett to right Mass Carlisle Keith Green Richard McKellop Wllllam Stevens Deborah Stokes Joyce Smith Barbara Schetter Ronnle Rowe Larry Stayrook Second row Larry Bodey Janet Vourlas Phyllls George Pauline Swisher Georgra row Gary Wyant David Watts Ilene Gorngs Frances Slone June Tomblln Jannce McDonald Sharon Storts Eugenua Soter Barbara Roeth Fourth row Shurley Hess Ellzabeth Russell Wanda Froman Sharon Stultz Linda Webber Larry Burden Bobby Ratclnff David Shepard Richard May Lett to right Mrs Sackler David Mattox Harold McGill Patrlcna Knull Lynn Phlllrans Carol Barr Second row Joanna Bennett Richard Bowser Thomas Adams Richard Le Mleux Rlchard Burden Barbara Biddle Delores Artis Thrrd row Terry Adams Paul Bulls Carolyn Crablll Sandra Couch Dean Beatty James Appel Barbara Blosser Deanna Adams Fourth row Gary Botkln Keltha Reedy Pamela Howard Carolyn Lacye Ronald Copas Thomas Black John Smlth Gregg Bedell l I . , I , ' y y . , y , . l 1 l I . ' I - , h , I . I . y I I I 1 , ' , , , . Z . . I . r . I . . I y U I y . I v : I l . I . . I , Zeigler, Donald Earnhart, Charles Brunotte, Lawrence Miley, Jack Stokes. Third I I I I ' Z V I . I I I . I I , , . . Z D . I . I . I . . r . . I . I r , I I I l , 1 , I , . . A I I . I ' I I I I I ' Z I I ' I I I I I . I ' 'lv 7' 'sm-ii 8W Lett to rrght Roger Newton Rrchard Carper Douglas Clark Ronald Edley Paul Geuy Donald Buck Mlchael McKinnon Mr Strlckler Second row Peggy Metzger Lrnda Houser Ann McCrery Carol Couch Joan Ott Sue Harter Louuse Blosser Third row Phyllns Maxwell Mtchael Nolte James McKellop Pamela Sanders Susan Muller Bonnre Crosswhrte Fourth row James Eaton Steve Hegele Ernest Dunn Gall Evans Daniel Evllslzor Davld Buck Duane Cox Louise Euhanks Left to right Jerry Cleaver Marsha Mlllner Carolyn l-lrgbee Brenda Goldsberr Y Sarah Law Patrlcla McKee Dennis Phlllrps Mr Denen Second row Alrce Fisher R h rc ard Henry Roger Fultz Lester Honore Nancy Neer Ruta Jones Patrrcra Simpson Thrrd row Alan Krmmel Charles Modena Steve Martin Jesse Gonz le a z Ned Cortman Carol Kearns Carmue Green Fourth row Lorrrnda Saxbe Sandra Headlee Paul Leltenberger Rxchard Finley Jerry Detwrler Danny Rlce Not shown Edwin Englrsh Robert Puckett Left to rrght James Shy James Parker Linda Taylor Sandra Grow Second row Mrs Gray Wrlllam Smart Davrd Frost Betty Nnchols Lynn Harter Linda Ro PP Phrllrp Caldwell Thrrd row Jerry Parker Gary Rrce Fredrick Suchland Roger Lawson Donald Neer Lynne Wagner Pat Muller Allce Mangus Brent Nelson Fourth row Tommy Smith Fred Seeburg Donald Harkrns Rlchard Prlckett Larry Mosley Anita Squire Barbara Reed Mary Mumford Betty Edley - I I I ' ' I 1 , t , , 1 - I r 1 r 7' 8-A z I A I I I I ' Z I I I I I I ' I I I I I I ' : , . 3-Y I 2 f , V , - 1 - ,,,,, , ' 1 I I I : I I I F I , , , , . tuclent Council Student government, the Junior High Student Council and advisor, Mr. Jenkins Bright young people with a wealth of bright ideas. Lynn Phillians and Janet Kitsler await an appointment with Mr. Jenkins-this time a iovial one. Mr. Strickler reviews exam papers with second period class. 3-Z First row: Lana Angles, Sharon Russell, Floyd Powell, Jim White, Gary Welch, Mr. Narcross. Second row: Peggy Tabern, Gwenn Stembel, Marilyn Organ, Kenny Weaver, Freddie Van Buskirk, Ralph Jackson. Third row: Charlene Hayden, Joette White, Vonda Markin, Bobby Woods, Julia Hitt, Patty Bowers, Alfred Thomas, Phil Stephens, David Young. Fourth row: Linda Skaggs, Vonnie Zimmerman, Dale Smith, Jim Woods, Marvin Sizemore, Bob Campbell, Ronald Knull, John David Hite, Harold Smith. 15 Y x A 1 if VA The clatter of plates and rattle of silverware-noon and time for laughter, con versation and food. These are the prerequisites of iunior high life. ull The bell rings and the books are opened-another day of school has begun, 73 't 4 'BQ7 'b QMWSW -QM! Co Captam Frrtz Overs Co Captain Don Jordan ln-A vo-a -a-0--'J' E The coaching s1aff: Coach Frank Shannon Head Coach Roger Brauer and Coac Football U T h Cal Rucker MFG CO g DONATEDt"GRlME3 i if 55 7 me 27 srigiiiiiwxif First row: Bill Wiant, Jim Louden, Tom Lorenz, Dave Decker, Roger Kelley, Don Jordan, Fritz -Overs, Warren Stevens, Chuck Bolton, Mike Cummins, Dave Crabill, Wayne Brunotte, Steve Park. Second row: Norm Ropp, Ed Brown, Don Pfaff, Carl Angles, Alan Ware, Russ Eaton, Graydon Green, Bill Chapman, Fred Neer, John Stitzel, Gene Jenkins, Bill Corfman. Top row: Coach Cal Rucker, Dick Martin, Mike Norris, Dave Bowers, Dick Metzger, Chuck Johnson, Chuck Anderson, Bob Nau, Head Coach Roger Brauer. Preparation for the '56 football season began in August at a time when the bleaching sun seemed more desirable at Muzzy's than at U.H.S.'s green grid- iron. The preview as well as the first game were deci- sive victories forthe Maroon and White. The London game was looked forward to with great expectations, but the powerful Raiders proved too strong for the Climbers. C.B.L. foes fell fast and furiously with Arlington, Delaware, and Grandview stopped cold by the Climb- ers defense. The sledding became rougher with resulting losses to Bexley and Mt. Vernon in succession. - Z The Climbers regained their poise and strength and the Northeastern game was recorded in the Victory Column. A decisive victory over Marysville ended the season. FRITZ OVERS Co Captain Quarterback Ks, GRAYDON GREEN Tackle NORMAN ROPP CHUCK BOLTON n 78 Football eniors Twelve sensors whose loss wall leave bug open mgs to be fulled IH next years squad Each was a star IH his own rlght To mention any one Ind: vndual would be to slight the other eleven inn-s Q N A S: TOM LORENZ n J CHUCK JOHNSON Halfback R MIKE CUMMINS Guard -n-nasal-. NH 4 X BROWN n T -ag. DON JORDAN Co Captain Guard DICK METZGER Halfback ROGER KELLEY F1 . fl . tb 'Q Q U I . ' I . I . - 5 .. ' ' ' - ' ' '- X nf" Q1 , X O N at 1' I: T . T 1 5 1 , Cl U 4 E d va' T T T M, ' g Q , 1 . T 1 2 x iv.. , A Cx N lffflli g rm ffl R 2 fa 7 T v 'fl C - " H-A "' . l, T I , s Lt D ED E d E d E cl Quia ,lv ,f , P! IJ , I v Q' J I I U J The sardine-packed study hall rocks to the beat of a Pep Rallies basketball pep rally. Co-captains Don and Fritz make with a prediction at a football rally in the gym. in I gh 5 xl -W ,K ,Sin aw -at Pep band rasses the roof under the baton f The audaence point of vnew the tall man in the sport coat, Mr, Martin. 8I Basketball Getting oft to a slow start, the basketball squad celebrated C?J the ne.-f year without a win in league competition and only a winning mar- gin over Belletontaine in the holiday tournament. The start ot the new year brought a different story. Victories over Northeastern, Delaware, Grand- view and Bexley with a loss only to Upper Arlington in league play point- ed to things to come. At press time, three consecutive wins were posted and all indications were that the oppo- sition was in for stiffer competition in the remaining four games and the 1 tournament. Action under the west basket. Earnhart shooting with Bolton and Coffman waiting for the rebound. Pep Band swings out at Boosters' Collegians- Packers game. , Suki ' Earnhart and Bolton take one off the boards ill' 110 SEBNW 1 A 2 A A l A Q - 4 1 FRITZ OVERS JN 'QE Basketball Senior Letterman 1 I CHARLIE BOLTON CHUCK JOHNSON ,Mai ,y THE RESERVES-Manager, Wayne Brunotte, Horner Roberts, Bill Beatty, Torn West Jirn Le.-.e, Don Ptatt, David Bowers, Steve Vourlas. Second row: Assistant Coach, Mr, Brauer, Manager, Torn Circle, Dick Martin, Russell Rickards, Ken Caldwell, Warren Stevens, Mike Norris, Ron Kerlee, and Head Coach Mr Shannon, FRESHMEN-Keith Moore, Ronnie Smith, Charles Spellrnan, Bud Weaver, John Swisher, Hugh Spellman. Second row: Mike Duvall, Allan Fisher, Gary Walker, Danny Kunkle, Don Moss, Harry Lippincott, David Wing, Emerson McConnell, Fred Geer, Dennis Brunette, Johnny Butcher. Third row: Merrill Craig, Jimfwy Holland, Don Lawrence, David Crabill, Barney White, Mickey Sanders, Bob Hurd, David Campbell, and Coach, Mr. Rucker. J ., 0? I ,R- I xi 4 '- lm I2 ' - 5 if 'Q ' -rfff V4 ,,, Q V1 ere, XX' lil' 4, ' SE C' 52 'si 33 if ' -4 ' :: ?g . 4 1 ' 'Q f ' N I N 'is f - N f s . VE!! P ff? lk! aw ii' P I , Reserves battle with West Liberty in a practice game. AX 85 150 J, , .Foodudl Mr. Cook and the M.V.P. trophy. ,wi X, Don Jordan, co'captain, and voted the most valuable player, gives his trophy a warm welcome. Master of ceremonies and trophy presenter, Lion Don Gibbs looks on. Husky athletes with hardy appetites demolish a fine meal as the guests ot Urbana Lions Club, .Banquet Coffman goes for the tip-in with Bolton and Gord!ey ready for an assist. County coaches batde for rebound in battle with The Texas Cowgids In a game sponsored by the lunior high Forum. Overs in for a bunny T'e'e's e be -: "e'e sc"'e.-.-e'eQ Gaycr Hours First rov.: C, Metzger, Stevens Ca, Fecc e':" Dax 1 Rentan, Klbier, Lewis, Packe' Cer-. er flees B-M C 5 Secc ci ro F-se es Hoi.-yeii, Stout, Reber, Geer Baie, J. hare E"'e' Lyc s M Brcfin Btankens Vt.a'ker, Moss, Danieis Snycaer. TP- rc La-rc Jacxscn oo ies ' crne 2 css Black, Johnson, Adkins, Rickards, De:-ner '.':Ccnnei', A',e s D Viet Ba o e Fourth row: Justice Woods Hc"p"'e.s C'a:"ee ca tin' n e Radtcrd Earnhart Graharrt Beoe' C:'t"ta' Na, Cox e e L. Jenkins. E'g"'x-eignt yoices biended n'o one harrtaoncos Soonci in praise ot God and country. The Cnrstntas tour on December tenth went to Convoy and Rockford Cahl those Greyhound bussesi and on the eleventh to Urbana Locai, Canai Winchester and WLW-C, Coiunwbos Liaiiy F. aitd her ntagic carpet, the red plush oneit The trip started a busy tenth anniversary year, the high points ot which were the Christntas concerts Oo December io and Christrnas eve and 'ne scfng and anniversary con- CSVS. Chou Cr-:CW C F pe-a F: Q 35 K 5 Cane i Q Q -4 P Qebe' 5 The paraphenalia of a television studio. Technicians, floor men and cameramen move in on the commercial before the choir sings. Just tired enough after the two days' singing to relax and be silent before the big moment. Choir Tour Sunday, December 9, saw the Choir boarding Greyhound buses in the slush and snow for a slick trip to Convoy and Rockford for afternoon and evening concerts. A smooth trip home brought the singers in at nearly midnight. The night was all too short. At eight o'clock on Monday morning a caravan of cars deposited a dull-eyed choir at Urbana Local. Following the assembly there, Harley and Bob and Mr. Martin with the truck loaded the crew for the trip to Canal Winchester and TV. hell K l l 'ill-lil lllll Earnie with a full house. One of the favorite pastimes on the bus, a friendly card game. Sally Flowers, Billy Scott, give the choir the plush red carpet treatment on WLW-C, Channel 4, Columbus. Music for Fun if 3. THE URBANAIRES: Dave Graham, Bing Bills, Sue Keim, Marcia Stith Sharon Haney, Dianne Lyon, Sally Bright, Dick Gordley and Bill Bearty THE BARONS: Walt Bauer, Les Mesler, Keith Humphreys, Wayne Kimmel, Jerry Montgomery, John Kauffman. as Speech . X x X, S .2 Rica , . In the cold gray dawn, students partici- pating in practice, district, and state speech contests rise and sleepily board the bus for trips hither and yon to show their thespian skills. Prince of Peace contestants deliver orations to student body. Urban- aires share the platform. his " " 4'4- Ar W'1 Prince of Peace winners Dianne Lyon Brenda Kitzler and Charlotte Pearson Tramm Choruses THE FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE GIRLS CHORUS Servmg as a trarmng group for the chour they combine three and four part smgmg wrth the study of musical theory and apprecratnon Sophomores who make the grade both musrcally and character wuse move up to replace sensors who graduate from chorr Freshmen whose vonces have suffncuently matured to sung the dnffrcult musrc In chonr may take thenr chances agamst the sophomores THE FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BOYS CHORUS These young men also serve as a trammg group Whale both choruses do perform on occasion theur mlssuon ns that of preparatuon for the choir Slngung a broad repertoire of four part musuc these wlll form the male sectrons of the chorr one and two years hence As wrth the gurls Freshman boys who have reached vocal maturity may challenge the Sophomores for places nn the cholr 0 I . - . I , . I - r Marching Band Precision personified. Again the band thriiied its spectators both at home and away with sparkling shows that included the roar- ing 2O's, the circus, the holidays and others. Favorite quip among the band members was that the script Urbana made the band two letters better than the Ohio State Band. That I-o-o-o-o-Ong trip home from Mt. Vernon. As usuai, the majorettes hoid up the proceedings. Mariene and Diane take their time get- ting off the bus. , Wifi i. 'if' X11 t T4 Q-s,.U,.,. ff: '53 3. -I 43, 1 'agrarian Under the direction ot Mr. Robert Martin 1146 s L, 4113 J M ,f .- .1v"'f+a :Q:,i5H-kv pl-ff ' A, E 1 , fi " vw ' 1 ' ' 5? . . , .A ' 5 ' gf- x ' 3, . gg '--.13 '..'vx , ' Zicfz' ,.' f'?.Eg"Q tlxif, k x l 3j7'R. 3- , ,, N I R . qi my 5: '14, ,QT V M, k w ' '- .,,. ,-' ' " . if 0' . 4--A 1 fill' Hg- 1 5, E22 ,r-f . g . f V ply. :sg - 3 - -4. ,-S ,. y Yan I ,..' g vi 1 ,Q A im-S - Q1 t- TY Xu' .' V T , New 'QA EETR' ci,h:E'! .W , Vi: Q-:hiss irgi g 5 .X X . 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BAND OFFICERS: John Kauffman, vice president: Laurie Loverde treasurerf Les Mesler, president, Anne Packer, secretary. -l1'3'QIL .,.., .WW - , ,. - - 'vfwdiv e ,-lupus.. Jing., ,A w,7:Wz 'L , punish u Club members Walker Ferryman Jackson Loverde Law Porter Stevens Thomson Rowe Taylor Jones Geer Blum Bowser Hegele and Swusher Insfen to advnsor Mrs Gamble "w.,, IV 4'-J Prexy Jean Rae Walker dnscusses selechon of club puns whale vnce presndem Glorna Jackson krbnzes f Ala? . . A : -s-M .. f ,A a a f s W e ff I x V N., I I I I I I L Q.. m W 1- S ! i 5. if 1 ,,,. . - ' s . H ome Er' Club 4. Mrs. Brauer talks things over with officers Barb Prather, ldella Adams and Pat Stegall Club members gather in a corner of the kitchen. The So-ing Circie Cience Club Ever increasing in importance in extracurricular activities, the Science Club. Hav- ing outgrown itself, seniors and iuniors combined to constitute an upper class group. The sophomores and freshmen equalled it in size and enthusiasm. The semi-monthly meetings consisted of discussion groups, movies and tours of industrial plants where science could be seen at work. Highlight of the year was the science fair on March l. Science Club Sponsors and Officers- Mr. Everett, Gary Frazier Fresliman'Sophomore president, Mack Riedel, Freshrnan'Sophomore vice president, Phil Ptlaurner, Jun. ior-Senior vice president, Mr McNeal, Emily Roberts, Freshman Sophomore secretary-treasurer, Mona Dorsey, Junior-Senior secretary-treasurer, Bob McConnell, Junior- Senior president. Members of the Junior-Senior club pose in the Physics lab. The Freshman-Sophomore Science Club in the Biology Lab. l IOI GAA. Junior and Senior GAA members. Note the suave sophistication l?l displayed on these faces. in The Freshmen and Sophomores lisied on GAA rolls. Here's fun and spirif by the buckerful and running over. An indicalion how the GAA is growing under iis sponsor's leadership. my , Ji -1 so OFFICERS: Thelma Powell, Jane? Nichols, President, Eleanor Evilsizor, Joyce Priclxeft, Mrs, Zerkle. ff' tuclent Council hi. Student Chaplain Chuck Johnson, President Fritz Overs, Secretary-treasurer Laurie Loverde, Vice president Fred Neer. Mike Simpson, Tom Lorenz, Carole Fisher, Jean Rae Walker, Julia Evans, Jerri Reber. Pat Laird, Keith Moore, Bob Nau, Mickey Sanders, Diane Rees. Council-sponsored Monday morning devotions. Sue Davis, Janie Lewis, Bing Bills and Marcia Stith conduct the brief service in the broadcasting room. Urbana High's gift to the needy of the community, the annual White Christmas. A heart-warming collection of food and money presented to Rev. Hart and the Christian Messengers for disa tribution lust prior to Christmas day. Forty baskets of food plus a sizeable donation of money were the high school's share in making a Christmas for others. The atwnal Honor ocrety Left to right John Kauffman Phil Pflaumer Fritz Overs Jean Rae Walker Walter Bauer and Luz Humphrey The principles of Scholarship Leadership Character and Service are personified In the students pictured above and listed below They served their school and community well they were lnstru mental In the planning and executing the plans for many school activities Their character proved above any reproach and In ad dltlon to their numerous activities they maintained a point average which provided a challenge for all their classmates and the under classmen It was their privilege to record the honor roll at the end of each grading period and to lnduct fellow classmates and gunsors into their society INDUCTEES Seniors Wayne Kimmel Gretchen Blum Laurie Loverde Muriel Reed Sandra Geer Pat Blankenship Jane Lewis Carol Cleaver Tom Lorenz Mona Dorsey Juniors James Purdy Dale Kennedy William Corfman Robert Nau Marcia Stith Russell Eaton U I Senior members of the National Honor Society take a break during a rehearsal for the induction assembly I I l - I Boosters Club The men behind the coaches, Ur- bana's Boosters. Promoting good sportsmanship and helping to provide the athletic department with equip- ment essential to keeping the teams in top physical condition, a fine group of interested men follow the games at home and away and back the activi- ties of the school not only in athletics, but all others as well. Big Bill Uhl and a fellow Collegian pose to show their height before the booster-sponsored game between the Collegians and Rath Packers for the benefit of the athletic association. Note the bit of net showing on the top edge of the ball. Booster officers Ted Bell, Alan Squire, Ed White and Bob Miller. Mr. Floyd Davis voted Mr. Booster and presented with a senior varsity belt buckle. "Floyd" is the man who's always on hand when there's some boosting to be done-a real man behind the school. The aspirin and no-doz cle- i partment. Editor Pat Blanken- ship and advisor Mr. Shoup. Editorial Staff: Mona Dorsey, Carol Cleaver, Marcia Stith Tom Lorenz, Emily Roberfs Nancy Butcher, Sally Shank .ang Y? W. Tower taff :gl kb, Business Staff: Carole Pence, Joan Pence, Ginger Kibler, Sharon Mahan, Sue Snarr, Judy Carey, Muriel Reed, Sue Keim, Gloria Blankenship, Anne Packer. Absent: Diane Lyon. 4'- al -F if A pw wp. F . 'Yr , wr. X bk The Ad Staff: Judy Carey, Dianne Lyon, Julia Evans, Jerri Reber, Melanie Sundheimer, Barb Overs, Carolyn Dorsey, Bob McConnell, Ginger Kibler, Fred Neer, Joyce Finley, Tower Business Staff Phoiographers-Wayne Kimmel, Phil Pflaumer. F Financial brains behind the l957 Tower, Carolyn Dorsey, business manager, and Joyce Finley, ireas- urer. My fag 3 'li 1 f ,. , kr vs, ,, 6 fi 1 ' K A, 3 if . V..2,,, Q K-ff ZW mi Q xi num ' if Sf? 'fa ' Q I ll ' 21.- Lf :gh H' wa tm. . X Mig? lx . ,Q ak! m N Sw K' if Q 1, A Q, A, M eggfv X wi Wgq W E3 E X s 5 ' 1 ga gy 11 E! F.T.A. Dedicated to the noble task of the dis- semination of knowledge, these are the faces of those who may one day stand on the other side of the desk. Experience in the grades, junior high and lower classes of the senior high as substitute teachers gave valuable insight into the problems and rewards of the teaching profession. First row: Barbara Burton, Mary Blum, Sonny Baillie, Joyce Caldwell. Second row: Pam Purdy, Marcia Stith, Pat Stegall, Sandra Soter, Diane Rees, Janice Welch, Mary Pflaumer, Nancy Butcher. Third row: Nancy Schafer, Wanda Ware, Linda Bicking, Nedra Walker, Pat Laird, Marilyn Schafer, Brenda Kitzler, Darlene Ropp, Kay Curl, Kathleen Sullivan, Muriel Reed, Sandy Frost, Ann Dellinger, Sandra Geer, Linda Magly, Melanie Michaels, Sally Shank. FTA OFFICERS: Sally Bright, Secretary, Mr. Cooper, Advisor, Laurie Loverde, President, Larry Rowe, Treasurer, Kathleen Thomson, Vice President. Kathleen Thomson monitors an honor study hall as an FTA assignment I09 Mrs. Wembly. Jerry Heffner hangs a header in the upstage arch. Party and Kavhy exchange niceties. Biil Coffman and Roger Borsr srnke the set, ,XY Ab Father and Brinkworfh go over Insurance contract. "Mama" Kirsler Officer Johnson hauls off the Brink Worfh mob. Y 'auxin The Jumor Pla Patlwr Knmrs Best Betty and Ralph. fDianne and Fredj Mr. Rnttenhouse makes wuth the powder and paint. Perkins liust a moth- er to theml The prop and sound crew durrng Patty and Bud. "I'm not following you, I'm iugt walking behind you!" The Garden Club "What do you think, Margaret?" Romana primps before the mirror. Janie "Since they took off your braces you've been acting nasty!" 4-1-1 if 3,5 A .MQ may in ,grill if 'sl Q5fJ 5 K I Q Afgiin r L. N f, W ,g fi? ' f ar ,X 3,-,S LW if 4' E , ,N V7 pe" I x S1 Q if s , , ul A an , . 2 'W 'll' am fi Mgt fi A" Vw Photo By McKeon Queen Liz and her court, iuniors Dianne Lyon and Ginny Gladden and seniors Jerri Reber and Laurie Loverde. 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COURT HOME DELIVERY DIANA SHOPS III N0l"I'I'l Main S+. PHONE 3-3226 LATEST STYLES FINEST CLOTHING Y U l 0,40 ww Jffmwfmf ,gf QS L ,LW J Qc Q V if ii:- l BHI That great fasfe of Coke makes hfe more fun Grves o bnghf hHle hff to everyone' Ol' -x EGU fresh ro Coca Cola Puts You at Your Sparkllng Best ed under aufhorify of b Coca Cola Company y THE SPRINGFIELD COEASOLA BOTTLING COMPANY C X . , ' , rn ri L cf. e o l U I: r KA 1 1 Aw F 1 l' . - " is a regisiered +rade-mark Dil IHII SNACKS 'N' STUFF LYON'S RESTAU RANT 865 SouI'I1 Main URBANA SOFT WATER SERVICE Sellers - SI1eIIane Gas 4I0 MIAMI STREET PHONE 3-44I0 Complimenis of H. W. HEGELE CCMPANY I2 I -I 23 WasI1ing'I'on Sfreei PLUMBING HEATING ELECTRIC Q WHITE S wHlTEs RVICE CENTER SERVICE CENTER Well Trained Mechanics Infernafional Trucks Sales and Service Besi' Equipmenf Wrecker Service 935 Norfh Main Sireei' BRENNAN'S 939 Norih Main S1'ree+ URBANA OHIO Al! I aw FOR YOUR AFTER SCHOOL OR AFTER GAME SNACK For Orders "To Go" Phone 3-9746 - 3-9I25 - 3-46lI STU'S DRIVE IN L SANDER'S MEN WEAR Sfyle-Mari' Clorhes ManhaH'an Shirfs ' Munsingwear Swank Jewelry Resisrol Ha+s 239 NORTH MAIN STREET PHCNE 3-4838 SANDERS DRY CLEANERS Serving 7 A Champaign 5 afaa T Q TRAR 4 1 AT , Yi ,, P 1. N A 'L , 2,4 V 'i . ow . aanan , 1--W A -, , , , A I af A ffl 1 E f - T. M. , f was .w.m- n 1 eww aww A .f 24 t 'A A EM E ' ' kiwi' Q T Wim Our E 'M 27+h Year Dial 3-4838 ' E. LAWN AND E. couRT WQJW FORD BARN HART-GOOD, INC. 700 Sciofo S+. Sales and Service GMC HOUSER AND BRINNON Plumbing and Heaiing Work Guaranieed Esfimaies ing ' QQ. fd A ,J I uw Sewer Service Plumbing Vin ... . 4 , , . A . 'C . Hof Wafer Heaiing Sieam Heafing Esiablished I 85 I Capi+ai and Surplus S6,000.000 Uni+ed S+a+es Deposiiory CHAMPAIGN NATIONAL BANK OF URBANA J. V. Powers E. D. Kirby Presideni' and Cashier Vice Presicleni' Member Federal Deposii insurance Corporaiion GOLDSMITH'S INC. H2 North Main St. DOUGLAS BARBER SHOP IO6 Miami S+. Phone 3-3333 Urbana, Ohio THERM O ANDREWS PAINT co P Dis+ribu+ors of Phone 3-526l PRATT AND LAMBERT Painfs and Varnishes PA MARSH'S DRY GOODS The Dependable S+ore EWINGS Cafeieria Coffee Shop Pasiry Shoppe THE COFFEE SHOP The finesi' place fo recap fhe evening's game. it Compl1men+s D O CONNOR S SONS r""'N BBQ ilu- of 1 QT: YV I I A E. Couri' S+ree+ NA T s Fngldalre CORWIN'S APPLIANCES "URBANA'S LARGEST APPLIANCE STORE" I25 N. Main S+. Phone 3-5525 Urbana, Ohio Auio Fire HospH'aliza+ion See RUSS THOMSON a+ Drive-in Office 2lI LafayeHe Avenue, Urbana THOMSON INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE SERVICE Life Re+iremen+ Income Annuifies Live on, Urbana High Undergradua+es and gradua+es of Urbana High have been an impor+ani' par+ of our organizafion for many years. Therefore, if is wi+h much civic pride +ha+ we saluie +he Hillclimber class I957. THE GAUMER PRINTING COMPANY Gaumer Building URBANA OHIO "Par+icular Prinfers Since I873" Save Wifh Safe+y" CROSBY +he "Drug Man" T: HAWK s E3Y'CEQg AUTO SERVICE 4 General Au+omobile Repair M Comple+e Lubricahon Service O II9 S. KENTON 3 2783 M. L. GAVER Presidenf E. L. ENGLISH Vice PresicIen+ M. V. HUMPHREY Cashier JOHN G. KAGAMAS Assis+an+ Cashier PAUL A. HILL AssisI'an'r Cashier THE CITlZEN'S NATIONAL BANK UHLMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE "Home of Branded Merchandise" MONUMENT SQUARE DIAL 3-3321 Liiwglge ,, pus...- 'Xl KEIM S For fhe Besi' In GIHS and Sfahonery -J Ai J, Q Your Hallmark Card Shop The Bes+ Dressed Men on +he Campus Wear Clo'rhes From Carolyn, Gwen and Mona seleci' a sweafer for "him" wi+l'1 an assisi' from Mrs. ShuH'z. STADLER'S "Fine Clofhes for +he Fine of Urbana" its-.,.,, LONG'S MUSIC STORE Conn Band lnsfrumenis RCA Record Players Music Supplies Records 2I5 Soufh Main PHONE 3-432I I Q," T ie , , We . N H A ? rw . fi T ,. Zi. N I ' f ' f' EBT ' -' I v in ' V 'A5 45 " Lila ga g 1 ' ' LW., . ' Y' .f V . 'Tu , ,M We .MW , fy N.,.,..m:.N A Q 1 ' E i .. ,,,. . ...WW ...., ,, ,, r H 6 . ff A E 1 3 gg a,,f 'r'Z,TQ , ,. .. , Q 3 . Q T. ' i 'F , F. 'l . T 'E 10 ' T 'fb 'K 4 i, A 4 W K N Z , ,, . ,-V , - H' K A if '11 M SYM ' .M Q. --5 Q , in ,eh ., L ,kg +4 .. , K A We , YOCOM'S IGA SUPER MARKET Where Ma Saves Pa s Money FLOWERS FOR THE QUEEN AND HER COURT FROM BOTKINS A Comple+e Floral Service EVANS JEWELRY STORE DIAMONDS WATCHES Phone 3-25 I 2 HOUTE'S HARDWARE Hanna Paini' Revere Ware M A. C-5. Spalding Sporfing Goods Toys TODD'S BOOKSTORE onumeni' Square Owned and Opera'I'ed by EMERSON SHEPARD I57 Zforhfzrsra BuH'ermiIIc f Chocolafe Ice Cream Orange Cheese Cream BuH'er Milk I25 N. Foun+ain Ave. SPRINGFIELD, OHIO Telephone 3-97II BORDEN'S "If II"s BorcIen's I+'s Go'I' +o Be Good" DELLINGER'S Ready-Mixed Concre+e Service Sand and Gravel for Any Job DELLINGER RD. R. D. NO. 3 PHONE 34360 .J-. This Healfhy Group 4 nv. W- 3. Q1,'T.lIT, ,T -ms --- ip, ' z ---- W ,.,. N.,,......,, ,A,4, MFG C0 ,,.. -. - YNY- J K . ,..A....W..-,,,., .,,.,,,,,,,.,,..,,,w,, -- W, - J... ,... - SHAKES MALTS SUNDAES Vlsl'rs +he DAIRY QUEEN mul' ',..--' Madallne and Elfon Reber I047 N Mann S+ QUARTS PINTS SHERBETS O I . i. fig! , ...ff ' B - f 1 w Q, X. 3,4-V' 1 .,, . 4 ,.- "Wt, LA. . sig' - ..' 'y . t .V ' " -Y 'y ' . . , 4 a . Compliments of URBANA VULCANIZING MlLLNER'S CAFETERIA IDEAL SHOE REPAIR MR. JOE BRAND ll' was a sunny fall day We were lalung 'l'l1e lunlor hugh plclures In l'l'1e wood norlh of l'l1e bulldmgs and lusl' couldnl' reslsl' lwavlng a plc+ure 'lalren of ourselves We re sorry +he whole slaff wasnl' presenl' This IS 'lhe end Tl1a+s all we wro+e' I+ s been 'Fun really We ve swea+ecl and slewed and mumbled a 'Few fhreals bul' wll'l'1 flwls page we ve wrapped I+ up l+s yours for a keepsake May flue I957 Tower brmg you many fond memories of frlends and evenls for many years lo come The S+aH - . n Q u 0 0 . . . I n Q . I I ' 1 a ' ll 'I ll I I T e I I a u l I I n Q n . 0 o e


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