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Show Hide text for 1944 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 94 of the 1944 volume: “ It is with sincere appreciation for the many years of faithful service, as a teacher and friend) that we dedicate this yearbook to Miss Crawford. Words cannot express our debt of gratitude to her for the splendid leadership which she has given to Ada High School. Miss Crawford’s life has always exemplified the truth contained in the following:
"Not how much we gain But how much we give Is the rightful measure Of the life we live."
C. Roberson, SuperintendentL, P« Bodenbender, Principal
Virginia Foss, SecretaryOUH FACULTY
Evelyn Niswander, Ruth Huber, Hazel Tallman, R. 0. Clymer, Evelyn Smith, Izora Anspach Second Row:
Alvin Augsburger, Mabel Mertz, Mabel Crawford, Pauline Widner, Leroy lams, Eugene Coleman, Kelly DanfordFACULTY DIRECTORY
Mr. C. C. Roberson, Superintendent
Oakland City College, Indiana, B. S., Ohio State University, M. A.
Mr. D. P. Bodenbender, Principal
Defiance College, A. B. , University of Michigan. M. A.
Mrs. Izora Anspach, English, Biology Ohio Northern University, A. B.,
Ohio State University, B. S. in Education, University of Michigan
Mr. Alvin Augsburger, Agriculture Ohio State University, B. S.
Mr. R. 0. Clymer, Vocal Music
Otterbein College, B. S., B. P. S. M., Ohio State University
Mr. Edgene Coleman, Manual Arts and Printing Ohio Northern University
Miss Mabel Crawford, Latin and English
Denison University, Ph. B., Columbia University, M. A.
Mr. Kelly Danford, Instrumental Music and Speech Ohio Wesleyan University, B. M. in Music
Mrs. Ahberta Hawk, Mathematics
Miami University, Ohio Northern University,
Northwestern University, M. A.
Miss Ruth Alice Huber, Home Economics
Ohio State University, B. S. in Home Economics
Mr. Roy lams, Science and Mathematics
Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Wittenberg College, Ohio State University
Miss Mabel Mertz, Spanish, English Ohio Northern University, A. B.
Miss Evelyn Niswander, History, Social Science, Physical Education
Bluffton College, A. B., Schauffler College, B. S. in Social Work
Mr. Lowell Reese, Physical Education, Health Ohio Northern University
Miss Evelyn Smith, Business Education
Ohio Northern University, A. B., Ohio State University,
Office Training School, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music
Mrs. Hazel Tallman, Science
Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education
Mrs. Pauline Widner, Physical Education, Health
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Mabel Crawford Sponsors} Alvin Ausberger
Vice President: Morris Patton
Secretary: Dorothy Mankey
Treasurer: Pauline Binkley
Colors: Smerald and Gold
Flower: Yellow Rose
Motto: Forward ever; backward neverSesu iA,
Howard McBride Ioan Klingler
Marjorie WeltyMona Myrl Hathaway
HONOR SOCIETYBACCALAUREATE SERVICE
Methodist Church Sunday, May 14, 1944 8:00 P. M.
Rev. M. E. Tineler - Pastor in Charge R. 0. Clymer - Chorister
Prof. William Lamale - Organist
Invocation Rev. C. W. Riley
Hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King'
«Ave Marig' Arcadelt-Stoessel
High School Choir
Scripture Reading Rev. Lee M. Moore
"Incline Thine Ear, 0 Lord" Arkhangelsky-Kibalchich
High School Choir Baccalaureate Sermon "Your Life—What will you do with it"
Rev. Joseph Blackburn " The Lord Bless You and Keep Yoii Lutkin
High School Choir
Benediction Rev. C. L. Stager
COMMENCEMENT High School Auditorium Friday, May 19, 1944 8:30 P. M.
Rev. Lee Moore
"Symphonic Miniature, No. 2"
High School Orchestra
Presentation of Speaker
C. C. Roberson, Superintendent
Willard Dudley, Secretary, Ohio Steel Foundry Company
"To Thee, 0 Country" Eichberg
"The Two Paths" Gretchmaninoff-Kibalchich
Senior Mixed Ensemble Marie Dodge, Myron Nelson, Shirley Kuehne, Dorothy Mankey.Jean Ann Tremain, Genevieve Ream, Faye Moore, Josephine Rayl, Max Klingler, Larry Baier, Robert Stair, Morris Patton.
Presentation of Class
D. P. Bodenbender, Principal
Presentation of Diplomas
Dr. F. M. Elliott, President Board of Education
Rev. M. E. Tinsler
Kelly Danford - Pianist R. 0. Clymer - Director
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Betty Jean Ann Ruth
Kunsicker Klingler Frazier
Audrey Inez Barry Dodge
V. Pres. Sec’y Treas.
Gerald Roger James Lloyd
Lamale McElroy Green Van Atta
Barbara Jane Barbara
Kerr Turner Hays
Lewi s Robert Randall
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Mary A. Patricia Thelma
Spar Ryan Sanford
Donald Raymond Jack
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Jack Richard Myron
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N UMEROUS TALENTS
ft EMEMBER " THE VALLEY OF GHOSTS"
S OME CLASSTENTH GRA.DE
First Row: Kiss Sr.ith, Jean Main, Patty Eice, James Banks, Mr. lams.
Second Row: Jovce Underwood, Jeon Ann Spencer, Agnes La Rue, Violet
” Cain, Margery Canaan, Richard Smith, Virginia Schrauth, Warren
Fisher, Jobie Jreps. .
Third ow: Richard Snell, Jear. Ream, Robert Gooin, Willa Creps.
Phillip Posse, Alice Clark. Roger Tarr, Margaret C'Brien, Miriam
Dearth. , T. ...
Fourth Row: George Derringer, Helen Huber, Janes Oarmean, Kathleen
Dearth, Fleming Eower, Wilma Langenberg. Eugene Gilbert,Ruby Thompson, Jock Dally, Herman Grey, Lola Mae n At;o., Jonr. Elliotc, June Parr, Roger Murray, Dorothy Rodgers, Charles Dctson, Chester he -,
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tfo Pictures: Jack Dally, Charles Conley, Richard Irwin, Leslie Wright, Eetty Stair, Pearl Gossard, Beatrice Hall, Edwin Leasure.
First Row: Miss Huber, Ruby Baughman, Arthur Amey, Wilma Shadley, Ina
May Fender, Miss Hertz. .
Second Row: Robert Hubbell, Glenn Halsey, Don Evans, Shirley nayl,
Charles Kerr, Mary Bailey, Robert Allen, Kertis Fackworth,Elizabeth
Third Row: Hilda Binkley, Robert Dilts, Lester Kindle, Raymond Guy-
ton, Clyde High, Gloria Jean Welsh, Joyce Moore, Alice Farrar,Irene
Fourth Row: James Hooner, Charles Elliott, Marilyn Reinhardt, Roger
Dodge, Urban Long, Orland Willeke, Doris Abbott, Raymond Wright,
Loretta Darnell. _ .
Fifth Row: Raymond Grubaugh. Robert Berry, Robert Stauffer, Eonnie
Huffman, Robert HcMillen, Phyllis Watts, Jean Derringer, g
Mason, Esther Dealch Sixth Row: M-'rgxfa Scott, Neil Davis, -Jeggy Main.
No Pictures: Robert Newland. Wilson Keller, Vera Morris, Alice Mane
Brown, Dorothy Staley, James Marshall.EIGHTH GRADE
First Row: Advisers - Mr. Coleman, Mrs. Tallman
President - Shirley Hindall Vice President - James Gobin Secretary - Richard Atha Treasurer - Patty Moore
Second Row: Ruth Campbell, Junior Smith, Leonard Wright, Darlene Candler, Karl Spar, Carl Fender, Jacqueline Smith Doris Clum, Evelyn Lay, Robert Dearth, Russell Zimmer.
Third Row: Harold Baughman, Jean Hurlburt, Delores O'Brien, John Neu-
bert, Charles Ballinger, Miriam Snare, Scott Murray, Twila Henry, Tom Barnes, Dave Sousley, Vera Wingate.
Fourth Row: Ruth Ann McMillen, Ruby Spencer, Jean Snyder, Morris
Klingler, Paul VanAtta, Joan Hays, Eugene Williams, Thelma Dotson, Lloyd Agin, Robert Wagner, Patricia Thompson.
Fifth Row: Hope Dietzel, Lauren Baier, Marilyn Klingler, Margaret
Smith, Elizabeth Curl, Emma Jane Miller, Robert Daft, Anne Michael, Jerry Crates, Clyde Halsey, Evelyn Deringer.
Sixth Row: Charles Van Dyne, Robert Hawley, Sara Lou Dobbins, Avon-
elle Burman, Luther Campbell, Dean Klingler, Janice Howbert, Evelyn Gossard, Buddie Botkins, Marilyn Leslie, Marylin Neff.
No Pictures: Virginia Dodge, Paul Boble, Norma Jean Joseph, Charles
Leasure, Margaret Staup.
First Row: Advisers - Mrs. Hawk, Mr. Danford
President - Patty Motter Vice President - John Eddy Secretary-Treasurer - Wayne Reinhard
Second Row: Billie Klingler, Dee Klingler, James Miller, Roy Grubaugh, Charles Lansing, DeLois Bower, Earl Collins, Clyde Ernsberger, Charles Bower, Jeanette Murray, Jane Gilbert.
Third Row: Ilva Jean Hover, Janet Harrod, Agnes Garver, Irvin Hover,
Mary Stuber, Tommy Neal, • Junior Bailey, Dorothy Lay, Lois Harris, Lavada Hammer, Sarah WillSke.
Fourth Row: Charles Binkley, Robert Messick, Dorothy Dearth, Floyd
Wright, Lowell Umphress, Audrey Hover, Lois Neu, Robert Jump, Ned Williams, Edith Henry, Marcia Marshall.
Fifth Row; Evonda McMillen, Don Paul John, Bobby Harris, Roger Cochrane, Stella LaRue, Merry Ellen McCafferty, Norma Romick, Haxel Walters, Joanne Routson, Eugene Candler.
Sixth Row: Naomi Oney, Richard Garver, Carol Candler, Betty Smith,
Harmon Binkley, Robert Fisher, Arthur Stuber, Herbert Elwood.
No Pictures: Earl Cook, Lloyd Keller, Ronald Neu, Ray Spallinger,
Dorothy Vermillion, Donald Paugh, Wanda Gossman, Ruth Leasure.
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President: Jack Carey
Vice President: Thelma Sanford
Secretary-Treasurer: Dorothy Rodgers
Director: Mr. Kelly Danford
Clarinets: Morris Patton, Randall Roberson, Charles Yearsley, Arthur Baughman, Thelma Sanford, Edith Henry, Lavada Hammer, Elizabeth Tinsler, Norma Romick, Lois Harris
Flutes: Sara Lou Dobbins
Oboe: Ruby Baughman
Saxophones: Virginia Schrauth, Miriam Dearth, Ruth Ann McMillen
French Horns: Betty Stair, Doris Abbott, Dorothy Rodgers
Cornets: Mary Alice Spar, Charles Wood, Robert Stair, John Elliott, Bbtty Romick, Phillip Bosse, Carl Fender, Maurice Klingler, Edwin Leasure, Patty Motter
Trombones: Faye Moore, Robert Gobin, Raymond Greenawalt, Herbert Clum, Karl Spar, Robert Daft, Peggy Main
Baritones: Jack Carey, Phyllis Watts
Tuba: James Banks
String Bass: Myron Nelson, Ruth Campbell
Drums: Joe Motter, Wilma Langenberg
Timpani: Neil Davis
President: Faye Moore
Vice President: Mary Alice Spar
Secretary-Treasurer: Betty Stair
Director: Mr. Kelly Danford
Violins: Esther Dobbins, Roger McElroy, Carolyn Spyder, Phyllis Watts, Charles Leasure, Jean Snyder, Alice Clark, Agnes LaRue, Jean Ann Main, Willa Creps, Janice Howbert, Robert Messick
Violas: Helen Huber, Joe Ernsberger
Cellos: Dorothy Rodgers, Joyce Underwood
Flute: Sara Lou Dobbins
Oboe: Ruby Baughman
Clarinets: Randall Roberson, Morris Patton, Charles Yearsley
Saxophone s: Miriam Dearth, Virginia Schrauth, Ruth Ann McMillen
String Bass: Myron Nelson, Ruth Campbell
French Horns: Betty Stair, Doris Abbott
Cornets: Charles Wood, Mary Alice Spar, Robert Stair, Maurice Klingler, Carl Fender
Trombones: Robert Gobin, Faye Moore
Baritone: Jack Carey
Tuba: James Banks
Bells: Thelma Sanford
Drums: Wilma Langenberg, Joe Motter
Timpani: Neil Davis
The Senior Choir of Ada High School this year is composed of sixty members under the direction of Mr. R. 0. Clymer. This choir meets five times a week and is made up of members from the sophomore junior and senior classes.
The community has enjoyed several concerts during the year. On the twelfth of December, the Senior Choir joined with the University Choir and the Choral Society in giving the Messiah. The Peasant Cantata was presented by the Senior Choir as a part of the Pach F estival given on April the second. Poth of these concerts were sung in the Lehr Auditorium.
The Senior Choir sang for several assemblies at the high school including an arrangement of Christmas songs at the Christmas tespers. In February, they gave a few selections for the Farmers’ Institute and in May, participated with the Freshman Choir and the instrumental groups in a pageant entitled, "Free Men."
This group is devoted to the development of the best possible choral music.
President: Morris Patton
Vice President: Jane Turner
Secretary: Jean Ann Tremain
Treasurer: Ernestine Walls
Librarians: Verda Nelson, Dorothy Rodgers
Accompanists: Shirley Hindall,Mr. Kelly Danford
The Freshman Choir has forty-one members out of the entire forty-eight students of their class and acts as a "feeder group" for the Senior Choir. They are trying to attain the goal that the previous Senior Choirs of our school have set up. Three periods a week are spent in learning the fundamental principles of good singing. This choir is also directed by Mr. R. 0. Clymer.
A Minstrel Show was produced by this choir as an assembly program in the month of January. In May, they participated in the pageant called "Free Men."
President: Neil Davis
Vice President: Joyce Moore
Secretary-Treasurer: Peggy Main
Librarians: Marilyn Rinehard,Wilma Shadley Accompanist: Neil Davis
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FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1943
The Bulldogs of Ada High School, under the direction ofi Coach Lowell Heese and Assistant Coach Gene Coleman, enjoyed another wonderful season this oast fall. They began by adding two victories to the string of seven straight established during 1942. The next game was lr st stooping the winning streak at nine games, but the boys returned to win the last four games in a row, and ended the season -with a record of six victories and one loss.
The season opened with the Bulldogs invading Wapakoneta and coming home with a hard-fought 25-20 victory.
In the next game, when Ada traveled to Bluffton, the boys from A.H.S. emerged victorious 13-12 after the score had twice been tied.
Then in the first home game of the season the Bulldogs bowed before a strong Upper Sandusky eleven, 16-12. Ada led at the half, but Upper returned to deal the only defeat of the year to the hard-fighting boys of A.H.S.
The following Friday afternoon, Carey came to Ada to meet defeat by a 20-15 score, at the hands of an improving Ada team. This game saw Ada put on the steam in the second half, after the visitors had a 13-7 lead.
Senior Day and Dad's Day was climaxed by a smashing 49-6 defeat administered to Delphos Jefferson. In this game the boys hit their stride and the outcome of the game was decided soon after the opening whistle, as they rolled up touchdowns, seemingly, at will.
Traveling to Kenton to play their arch rivals, Ada's Bulldogs snowed under a heavier Kenton team by a 34-0 count, in a game which truly showed up the power of Ada's offense. This game exemplified the steady improvement made by the team.
After a week's layoff, due to the fact that no game was able to be scheduled for this date, the team journeyed to Forest for the last game of the season. The Parole and Gold emerged victorious 32-7 in a rough and tumble game. Thus with this final victory the team finished a very successful season ar.d one which ranks with the best in Ada High School's history.r - '• - G. ole an, (Ass' t. Coach), R. -Cellar, V., Amoy, R. Roberson, B.Batun,
. Ansoach, ( n-otain), R. Elliott, L. Van Attn, D. Deringer, L. Go-'d, B. Hawley, B. Gobin, Lowell Re-se, (Coach). Second Row- R. VcElroy, D. Smith, R. Tarr,Mgrs. B.ird Row- C. Kimble, H. Cney, H. Banks, R. Stair, J. Elliott, J. Dally,
R Greenawa.lt, G. hotter, . at ton, J. Bonks, 7P. Keller, G. Deringer, B. Allen.
Arl ington Seri ".mo -e- k-jchi1 wnlFront Bow-Morris Patton, Lewis Good,Charles Shadley, Lloyd Van Atta, Herb Anspach, Captain, Bandall Boberson, Dick Deringer,
Second Row-2dwin Leasure, Mgr , Bob Gobin, John llictt, Jack Dally, Gene Coleman, Coach, lilies Amoy, John Stager, Jin Banks Phil Bosse, Ro er McZlroy, Mgr BASKETBALL
Ada 25 Alger
Ada 51 Dola
Ada 44 Lima St. Rose
Ada 45 Bowling Green
Ada 40 ’Vapokoneta
Ada 27 Bluffton
Ada 40 Van tfert
Ada 39 Kenton
Ada 51 Forest
Ada 34 Col. Grove
Ada 36 Carey
Ada 34 N. Baltimore
Ada 49 Bluffton
Ada 55 Upper Sandusky
Ada 47 St. Mary's
Ada 39 Bellefontaine
Ada 36 Hicksville 41
Ada High School's Bulldogs enjoyed another successful basketball season. Beginning the year with but two letter men and one regular from last year's team they proceeded to show fighting spirit throughout the season. After winning the first five games in a row the boys hit a losing streak which held them back until the latter part of the season. The team suffered the loss of their coach Lowell Reese on December 15th, after which they were directed by Gene Coleman, who had been acting as assistant prior to "Reesie's" departure. Including the tournament game in which Ada was defeated by Hicksville, the team won nine and lost eight, scoring 692 points to 797 for their opponents.
The reserve basketball came through with luck this year winning 11 of 16 games. They scored an even 500 points to their opponents 424. Members of the reserve squad included Niles Amey, John Elliott, John Stager, Phil Bosse, Jim Banks, Bob Gobin, Pete Shadley, Jack Dally.
The intramural program is participated in by boys who are not on the football and basketball squads and by boys who play football and basketball and who engage in intramurals after the respective seasons are over.
The intramurals program takes up tack-football, soccer, volley ball, basketball and soft-ball, track, horseshoe pitching, etc.
The points of each event are added to determine the winner each year. The Seniors have won the volley ball, basket ball and soccer while the Sophomores won the touc£-football.
INTRAMURALSG. A. A.
The Girls Athletic Association has been active in the past year and created much interest in girls athletics in the school. Any girl in the upper four grades can obtain a letter after earning the number of points required. The meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of every month. This year the girls have enjoyed play nights, pot-lucks, and hikes. There are many ways of earning points such as hiking, either on foot or on a bicycle, playSng in the tournamen6s, refereeing, selling candy at the games, and attending the meetings.
Three senior girls were awarded A's this year. They were Marie Dodge, Dorothy Mankey, and Jerry Ream.
The G. A. is directed by six girls who have been selected by popular vote and by their sponsor. The board consists of:
President: Marie Dodge
Vice President: liarie Long
Secretary: Betty Stair
Treasurer: Jane Turner
Intramural Manager: Dorothy Mankey
Social Chairman: Patty Ryan
Adviser: Mrs. Anspach
Under the leadership of Dorothy Mankey, the G. A. A. Intramurals Manager, the girls' intramurals were successfully brought to a close.
There was a lot of stiff competition in the tournaments of soccer, kickball, and basketball. Something new was added this year when the upper four classes divided into four sides; thq Waves, Wacs, Wafs, and the Spars. The Waves won in Volleyball games and the Seniors carried off the honors in all other sports.
Organized in 1931
PURPOSE- To find and give the best
SLOGAN- To face life souarely
CODE- Gracious in manner
Impartial in judgment Ready for service Loyal to fri nds
Officers for 1944
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Program Chairman Sponsor
Patty Focht Esther Campbell Barbara Kerr Pauline Binkley Faye Moore Miss Crawford
Reaching toward the best Earnest in purpose Seeing the beautiful Sager for knowledge Reverent i.o God Victorious over self Ever dependable Sincere at all times
Organized in 1925 Officers for 1944
PURPOSE- To create, maintain, and
extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character.
PLATFORM- Clean sports, clean
speech, clean scholarship, clean living.
President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Program Chairman Soonscr
Harry Banks Larry Baier Howard McBride Randall Roberson Mr. Kelly DanfordSTUDENT COUNCIL
President: Howard Ainey
Vice President: Faye Moore
Secretary: Jean Ann Tremain
Treasurer: Randall Roberson
Adviser: Miss Mabel Crawford
The Student Council is composed of representatives elected from the different classes. There are four from the twelfth grade, three from the eleventh grade, two from the tenth grade, and one each from the ninth, eighth and seventh grades, making a total of twelve members in the council. The council attempts to follow correct narliamentary prodedure in its meetings and has its own written constitution and bylaws.
The Student Council works through three general groups. The social committee, composed of three standing members and class representatives, supervises three senior high narties and two junior high parties a year. The assembly committee arranges all assemblies and schedules sneakers, movies, and plays. This groun is made uo of the class vice presidents and three standing council members. The monitors, Junior and senior boys, help to keep our halls in order.
Some of the projects which the council has sponsored are (l) the selling of the activity tickets, the proceeds of which are divided among the organizations and classes of the school, (2) better order in the halls and the cafeteria, (3) eliminating waste oaper in the halls (4) National War Relief Fund Drive, (5) better usage of school orop-erty and (6) open house.
Social: Faye Moore, chairman, Robert Gobin, G«»rge Deringer,
Betty Stair, Mary Alice Spar, Loretta Darnell, Morris Patton,Robert Elliott, Jack Carey, Helen Agin, Patty Focht, Jane Turner, and Esther Dobbins.
Assembly: Virginia Ferguson, chairman, Gerald Lamale, James
Gobin, Pat Bice, Morris Patton, Lloyd Van Atta, Arthur Amey, Miriam Dearth, and John Eddy.
Monitors: Howard Amey, chairman, Richard Deringer, Ernest
Wingate, James Green, Gerald Motter, Joe Motter, Harry Banks, Larry Baier, Charles Yearsley, Robert Stair, Randall Roberson,William Pifer, Louis Good, Charles Shadley.F. H. A
The F. H. A. stands for an organization of those girls who are enrolled in the Vocational Home Economics course or who have taken this course in former years. The club is a branch of the State Future Homemaker's Association and is composed of eighteen members this year. Meetings are held every other Monday.
Some of the goals of the club are: (l) to bring about a better
coordination of homo and school projects; (2) to stimulate friendships and cooperation among its members; (3) to participate in school and community activities; (4) to improve the physical aspects of the Home Economics rooms; (5) to advance in F. H. A. work.
During the year the girls enjoyed several evening parties, held formal initiation and degree ceremonies, were hostesses to a neighboring F. H. A. Club and sponsored the Football Banquet. Part of the proceeds of this banquet were used to buy pictures and equipment for the cafeteria room and the Home Economics Department.
President—Vorda Nelson Vice President—Rolen Huber Secretary—-Dorothy Monkey Treasurer—Marie Hover Adviser—Miss Huber
F. F. A.
The "Future Farmers of America" exists today because of the cooperative spirit and desire of the farm boys in vocational agriculture to have an organization in which they may secure practical business experience, act as their own instructors,and enjoy fellowship with one another. It is organized vocational education on farm youth level. Improved agriculture, better local communities, a more satisfying farm home life, and more efficient farmer-citizens are emerging as a result of the boy's experience.
President—Lloyd Van Atta Vice President—Orland Willeke Secretary—William Pifer Treasurer—Charles Wood Sargeant At Arms or V atchdog— Warren Fisher Adviser—Alvin Augsburger4sTHE PURPLE AND GOLD
Editor in Chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Editorials Features
Printing Adviser Faculty Adviser
Shirlee Kuehne Carolyn Snyder Alice Clark Virginia Schrauth Esther Campbell Thelma Sanford Jim Green John Elliott Mary A. Spar Dorothy Rodgers Patty Bice Gene Coleman Mabel Mertz
The 1943-44 " Purple and Gold" was published monthly by the paper staff and printing classes of Ada High School.
Because of the high school's varied interests and participation in sports, debate, and other programs, the staff had ample material with which to work.
The editorial department attempted to present student and faculty opinions and ideas in an interesting but frank manner, and to be fair and impartial in all cases.
The news, consisting of events that students were interested in and also the events they should know about, was up to date and given in an interesting and well written style.
The feature department endeavored to include all groups of the school in various issues. The exchange department contributed to the paper by submitting interesting articles from various other school editions.
The "Purple and Gold." was sent free of charge to all Ada High School graduates who are now serving with the armed forces. This was made possible by the contributions of the G. R. and Hi-Y groups.
Other members of the staff were; Esther Dobbins, 'Villa Creps, Sara Lou Dobbins, Wilma Langenberg, Jean Main, Agnes La Rue, Phyllis Watts, Peggy Main, Doris Abbott, Myron Nelson, Betty Stair, Jane Turner, Barbara Kerr.
The Printing Class consisted of: Bill Hawley, Gerald Motter,
Herbert Clum, James Green, Maurice Umphress, George Hesser, Lowell Crowe.INTERCLASS
The traditional interclass contest and banquet was held on the nights of April 14 and 15. The trophy was awarded to the class of
"46". Musical numbers were given for this occasion by Larry Baier, Charles Wood, and Betty Stair. Virginia Ferguson acted as chairman. The stars preceding the contestants names indicate the winners.
The contestants were:
Short Story •Carolyn Snyder, Junior Miriam Dearth, Sophomore
Oration •Faye Moore, Senior Dorothy Rogers, Sophomore
Essay •Chester Neff, Sophomore Esther Ellen Dobbins, Junior
Reading •Patty Focht, Senior Patty Bice, Sophomore
Debate •Thelma Sanford, Junior •Gerald Lamale, Junior
Robert Elliott, Senior Howard Amey, Senior
The banquet held in honor of the winning class had as its theme a Spanish Fiesta, planned by the Spanish Class and the Social Committee of the Student Council.
The negative team consisted of Carolyn Snyder and Gerald Lamale. The affirmative team consisted of Thelma Sanford, Harry Sousley, and Dorothy Rogers. These teams were coached by Mr. Roberson. They participated at Lima South and entered contests tit Fremont and Sylvania. The subject was "Resolved that the United States should join in reconstituting the League of Nations.""Double Door"
Presented by the class of "44" on March 31st
Victoria Van Bret (Faye Moore) rules her family with a maniac's firmness. Her sister Caroline (Shirlee Kuehne) is helpless before her. She is more cruel than ever just now because Rip is marrying Ann Darrow (Patty Focht) who is not of his social station. Dr. John Sully (Robert Elliott) who as in love with Ann before she-- jnarried Rip, proves to be her loyal friend throughout the play. In desperation, Victoria tries to murder Ann by locking her in a vault which is known only to Caroline and herself. Finally, Caroline breaks down and tells Rip about the vault. Ann is saved in time. Left alone in her house on Fifth Avenue, Victoria loses her mind. Taking a gun, and lighting a candle she enters the vault. A shot rings out, the candle flickers and dies. All is quiet.
Others in the cast included Larry Baier as Mortimer Neff, the family lawyer; Virginia Ferguson, Avery the housekeeper; Dorotha Baker as Louise; Margie Taylor as WiUminia; Howard McBride as Telson, all servants of the Van Brets; Howard Amey as Mr. Chase a man from Tiffany's; and Joseph Motter as Mr. Lambert, a detective.
CLASS OF "45"
Presented "THE VALLEY OF GHOSTS"
November 12, 1944 is a night that will go down in history.
Thrills, chjlls, and laughs were all oresent in this three-act mystery.
The cast included Patty Ryan as Minnie strange, housekeeper to the late Lucille Evans; Barbara Kerr as Helen Wayne, a friend of Lucille Evans; ary Spar as Sally Ann, Helen's maid; Jane Turner as Lily Violet, in pursuit of Pete; Esther Dobbins as Elvira Tadd, a villager; Ruth Frazier as Mrs. Scott, an escaped lunatic; Harry Sousley as Jonathan Black, a lawyer; Don Beach as Jack Martin, a friend of Lucille Evans; Bob Baum as Pere, his chauffeur; Roger McElroy as Amos Hill, in pursuit of Sally Ann; Myron Nelson as the ghost, and Jack Carey as the watchman.
The story takes place in a gloomy living room of the late Lucille Evans's house in the Missouri Ozarks. The will of the late Lucille Evans was to be read at 12:00 on the night of November 12, but because of mysterious hapnenings the will is not read then. The will states that all of her money is left to Helen Wayne and Jack Martin providing that they will stay in the house one month. Jack and Helen had once been engaged but now refused to stay in the came house. Therefore, the money was to go to the housekeeper. After a few narrow escapos, plenty of suspense, and a lot of comedy displayed oy the Negroes, Helen and Jack make up. The mystery was solved when they found out that Jonathan Black had frightened Minnio Strange into changing uhe will for his benefit.
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Oct. 1....Upper Sandusky Game Oct. 4....G. A. A. Playnight Oct. 8....Carey Game
High School Party Oct.15....Delphos Game Oct.19....F.H.A. F.F.A. Hayride Oct.22....Kenton Game Oct.26____G. R. Hi-Y Party
Nov. 5....Forest Game
Junior High Party Nov.12....Junior Class Play Nov.19....Alger Gama Nov.23....Dola Game
Dec. 3....St. Rose Game Dec. 7....High School Party Dec.10....Bowling Green Game Dec.13....Athletic Banquet Dec.14....Wapakoneta Game Dec.16.,..G. R. Grade Party Dec.17....Bluffton Game Dec,20....F. K. A.
Dec,21....Van Wert Game
Feb.11....Upper Sandusky Game Feb.17....St. Marys' Game Feb.18... .Jr. High Pair ty Feb.19....Debate Tournament Feb.21....S. R. Week Feb.22....Holiday—No School Feb.24....G. R. Mothers' Potluck Feb.25....Bellefontaine Game
March 3..District B.B. Tournament March 7..G.A.A. Playnight March 10..District Tournament March 17..Senior High Party March 18..Senior Scholarship Tests March 28..Outside Program—Circus March 31..Senior Class Play
Apr. 3. ...Easter ’"eek Apr. 7....Good Friday—No School Apr.11....G.A.A. Playnight Apr.14.... Inter-Class Contest Eighth Grade Tests Apr.15.... Inter-Class Banquet Apr.21....Band Orch. Concert Apr.28.... Open House
Jan. 7....Kenton Game
Jan. 8....Forest Game
Jan.14....Columbus Grove Game
Jan.28....North Baltimore Game
Feb. 1....G.A.A. Playnight
Farmers' Institute Feb. 4....Bluffton Game
May 2....G.A.A. Playnight May 5....Music Festival May 10....Awards Day May 12....Junior-Senior Prom May 14....Baccalaureate May 15....Senior Tests lay 17....Class Night May 18....Examinations May 19....Examinations Commencement May 22....Grade Commencement May 23....Last Day of SchooltJUiMIOR oparKU
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name characteristics noted for
Bob Baum Hair Lab assistant
Ruth Frazier Fingernails Quietness
Jack Gordon Personality Interest in Toledo
Jane Turner Clothes Bob Baum
Myron Nelson Voice Exaggerated stories
Barb Hays Lips Stubbornness
Jim Green Eyes Interest in sports
Barb Kerr Olive complexion Being embarrassed
Lewis Good Walk Wolf
Esther Dobbins Neatness Readings
Donald Beach Clothes Wise cracks in class
Esther Campbell Independence Out of town dates
Lloyd Van Atta •Man's best friend Athletic ability
Eloise Crawford Shyness Typing ability
John Stager Heighth Sat. night date with Jobie
Audrey Barry Pep Order in Current Event sName Ambition Favorite Song Enjoys
Larry Baier Engineer Say A Prayer Skating
Polly Binkley Secretary It's Love, Love, Love Dancing
Ernie Walls Marriage I Love You "Bill"
Morris Patton Engineer Sunday, Monday, or Always Swing Kings
Louise Dicus Secretary Don't Sweetheart Me Skating
Maurie Urar hre3s Mechanic Pistol Packin' Mama Steak
Shirlee Kuehne Own a P-38 Serenade In Blue Sleeping
Herb Anspach Die of Old Age Little Did I Know Pat Bice
Helen Agin Secretary It's Love, Love, Love Skating
Art Baughman Farming Mairsy Doats Basketball
“argie elty Nurse Either Too Young, etc. Movies
Nick High Navy In the Garden Running Around
Harry Banks Be Happy It's Love, Love, Love Sports
Pat Focht Advertising After Hours Ice Cream
Howard Amey Engineer Anchors Aweigh Fishing
Dorothy Mankey Secretary It's Love, Love, Love Sports
Margie Taylor Decorator Shoo, Shoo, Baby Dancing
Bert McBride Actor As Time Goes By Swimming
Marie Dodge Secretary Don't Sweetheart Me Reading
Ernie Wingate Farmer Paper Doll Sports
Ginny Ferguson Secretary Moonlight Mood Dancing
Jake Elliott Enjoy Life Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Traveling
C. Yearsley Chemist I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Pool
Jean Tremain Secretary Solitude Bdwling.
Mona Hathaway Secretary Take It Easy Bicyling
Joe Motter Band Leader. I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Sports
Max Klingler Mechanic ! Paper Doll Fishing
Dotty Baum Undecided At Last Diving
Faye Moore Travel Stardust Spring Rain
Bob Stair Engineer I'm Getting Sentimental Drawing
Dortha Baker Nurse As Time Goes By Dancing
Jerry Ream Air Stewardess In the Mowd Hunting
Verda Nelson Nursery Work Paper Doll Square Dancing
Jo Rayl Nurse In the Garden Basketball
Ralph Keller Farmer Home on the Range Football
Lorene Shadley Journalist Paper Doll Swimming
Bill Pifer Mechanic Say a Prayer Basketball
Joan Klingler Secretary Sunday, Monday, or Always Skating m bye NOW"
In this poem we'll try to bring About each one of us some little thing,
About our Class of '44,
As we denart through the high school door.
First, Miss Crawford, Sponsor of Glass of 44 Helped us in every way, we could ask for no more.
Mr, Augsburger our other sponsor, we must agree
Is one grand guy and always will be.
Now a senior who's charming and sweet,
Helen Agrn is herd to beat.
Howard Amcy, next on the list,
Tall and blond—who could resist?
In high school snorts. Herb went to town,
But now we hear he's Navy bound.
Romeo had but one desire,
And that was to equal Larry Baier.
Dort Baker dbes not waver,
When it comes to blonds, they're in her favor.
How o-o-old are you, is Bank's cry.
To all the girls of Ada High.
Tiny, but a mhiz in basketball,
Art, for his height, tops them all.
Polly and Dotty, the authors, as you already know Find we're not as good as Poe.
About ourselves we’ve nothing to say So we continue the poem this way.
Now Ellsworth Cambell lid us a dirty trick,
’ffhen he went to college, but we couldn'tkkick.
Little we know about Louise,
Except that a sailor she tries to please.
A big guy with brains and might,
That's'"Jake Elliott, he's all right.Jinny from the five and ten,
Certainly goes for those things called ''men. "
Patty really gives the girls a race.
With her enchanting smile, her charm, and grace.
Now we add a top-rate girl,
Sweet and shy, that's Mona-Myrl.
Anchors Aweigh for a sailor named Bill,
If there's something to do, do it he will.
Crashing of glass, a skidding of brakes.
Here comes Nick, run for gosh sakes.
Marie Dodge, when she married, started a new life, For now she's become a sailor's wife.
Always clowning, but quite a feller.
That's a senior, by name, Halph Keller.
Joan's got a diamod., and is being true,
For on her arm she wears the Navey blue.
Tall and dark and already hooked.
That's Max Klingler, his goose is cooked.
Shirlee—editor of the Purple and Gold.
On the U. S. Fleet she's 100 sold.
Bert McBride is quite a clown,
And also known as a man about town.
Faye Moore's dramatic ability, we've already seen, She's a prominent figure in our high echool routine.
Gerald Motter in the Army we find,
Marching daily—rain or shine.
Joe Motter, a fellow we all admire,
When he beats those drums, they're really on fire.
Dorothy Mankey's plans for the future are few.
But we bet they include that diamond, don't you?
For someone happy and full of cheer,
That's Verda Nelson, throughout the year.
When out of his sax, comes that sentimental tune, Morris Patton really makes the girls swoon.When it comes to sports, he really has skill,
His name is William Pifer, but he goes by Bill.
Josephine Rayl does her part,
When it comes to studies she's really smart.
Ralph Price in class didN't shine,
But now in the Navy, he is doing fine.
Always yelling and backing her team.
Is a s'enior girl named Jerry Ream.
Lorene Shadley if given a chance,
Can outdo anybody the way she can dance.
Our four-year President and a good one too,
Is Bobert Stair, he pulled us through.
When it comes to a comedian, she's really a scream. That's Margie Taylor, she's right on the beam.
With the boys she really clicks;
ihat Jean Ann Tremain, better known as Trix.
Ada girls do not exist,
Because Bluffton tons Maurice Umphress's list.
Ernie Walls wears a diamond on her left hand,
Which will be accompanied someday by a wedding band.
Margie Welty a nurse wants to be.
And she will—you just wait and see.
Bob Willeke is in the Army too,
He picked the khaki instead of the Navy blue.
We'd like to know the reason why,
Ernie Wingate doesn't date the girls of Ada High.
Charles Yearsley the last in line,
As a clarinet nlayer, he is really fine.
And now we say good-bye to you
As every class sometime must do
We hate to leave in many ways
§ut will fondly remember our high school days
Of all our friends we're leaving behind
No truer ones could we ever find.
We leave with you our good times and more And hope you will remember the Class of '44THE "WE" STAFF
Editor-in-Chief: Faye Moore
Assistant Editors: Patty Focht Barbara Hayes
Business Manager: Virginia Ferguson Pauline Binkley
Art: Myron Nelson
Sports: Herbert Anspach Robert Elliott
Feature: Jane Turner Betty Stair Jean Main
Reporter: Howard Amey
This hook completes another year of associations with friends and teachers. We hope that in the years to come you can open this 1944 "WE11 and recall many happy memories.
To Miss Smith and the members of the advanced typing class, to Mr. Coleman and the printing class, and to all others who helped in any way to make this hook a success, we wish to express our most sincere gratitude.
THE STAFFSENIOR DIRECTORY
Fcotball 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Pres. 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 3 Hall Mrniter 4 Librarian 4 Scholarship Team 2
Arthur Baughman Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 2, 3 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Clarinet Quartet 2
Freshman Chorus Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2 Girl Reserves 3, 4 Girls' Sextet 1, 2 Paper Staff 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Girl Reserves 3, 4 Treas.4
Annual Staff 4
Librarian 2, 3, 4
Class Secretary 3
Class Treasurer 4
Class V. Pres. 2
Chorus 1, 2
Ellsworth Campbell 0. N. U. 4
Band 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 3
Mixed Chorus 1
Freshman Chorus Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Girl Reserves 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 Social Committee 4
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4
Student Council, Pres. 4
Hall Monitor 4
Mixed Chorus 4
Senior Scholarship Team 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt,4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Capt.4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, V.Pres, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3 Social Committee 2, 3 Annual Staff 3, 4 Hall Monitor 3 Projection Club 2, 1 Scholarship Team 1, 2 Librarian 4 Valedictorian 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4 National Honor Society
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Chorus 2 Mixed Ensemble 3 Hi-Y 3, 4 V. Pres. 4 Hall Monitor 4 Senior Class Play Senior Scholarship Team Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society
F. H. A. 1,2
G. R. 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Senior Class Play
Mixed Chorus 4 Office Practice 4 Girls' Chorus 1, 2,(Roundhead) Athletics 1, 2 )Roundhead)
Class President 1, 2 (Roundhead) Modern Maidens Club 1, 2,(Roundhead) Hardin Co. Music Festival k,2Marie Hover Dodge
Girls' Sextet 2, 3 Girl Reserves 3, 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
G A A 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres.4
Intramural8 1, 2, 3, 4
Hebert Elliott Band 2
Boys' Chorus 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Mgr.
Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1 Social Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play Hall Monitor 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Interclass Contest 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4 National Honor Society
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
Girl Reserves 3,4 Sec.3;Soc. Freshman Chorus Intramurals 1, 2 Librarian 3 Student Council 4 Class V. President 3 Assembly Committee 3 Ch.4 Annual Staff 1, 4 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play National Honor Society
Mona Myrl Hathaway Freshman Chorus Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Lib. 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3, 4 Office Practice 4 National Honor Society
Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3 Interclass Contdst 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Freshman Chorus Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Mixed Cherus 2, 3 Orchestra 2, 3 V.Pres. 3 Girl Reserves 3, 4 Pres, 4 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Asst.Ed. 4 Student Council Sec, 3 Office Practice 4 Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3 Salutatorian Junior Class Play Senior Class Play
William Hawley Football 3, 4 Hi-Y 3, 4 Cheerleader 4 Basketball 3 U, S. Navy
Projection Club 1, 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2 .4 F. F. A. 2, 3, 4
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4
Girl Reserves 3, 4
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4
G. A. A. 1 Freshman Chorus Chorus 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Max Klingler Band 1, 2
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2Shirlee Kuehne
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Reserve 3, 4 Ser. Ch. Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 Paoer Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Ed. Scholarship Team 1,2, 3 Interclass Contest 2, 3 Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Freshman Chorus Social Committee 2, 3 Office Practice 4 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play
Class V. Pres. 2 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Sec.
Mixed Chorus 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Junior Class Play Senior Class Play
Freshman Chorus G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Int. Mgr. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 2, 4
F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 Sec. 2, 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Lib.
Mixod Chorus 2, 3, 4
Girl Reserves 3, 4 Office Practice 4
Freshman Chorus Girls' Chorus 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3 Band 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 3, 4 Pres.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Scholarship Team 1, 2 Interclass Contest 2, 3, 4 Junior Class Play
Senior Class Play Girl Reserves 3, 4 Fro. Ch. Student Council 4 V. Pres. Social Committee 4 Ch.
Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Ed. National Honor Society
Gerald Motter Basketball 2 Football 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 Hall Monitor 4 Projection Club 1, 2
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 Hall Monitor 4 Projection Club 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Senior Class Play Mixed Chorus 4
Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3, 4 F. H. A. 3, 4 Pres. 4
Morris Patton Football 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3, 4 Pres.4
Boys' Chorus 1, 2
Band 1, 2, 3, 4
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Social Committee 4 Annual Staff 3 Class V. Pres. 4 Hall Monitor 3, 4 Senior Class Play Clarinet Solo 1, 4 Mixed Ensemble 2, 3 Boys' Ensemble 2, 3 Clarinet Quartet 3, 4 Assembly Committee 4
Boys' Chorus 2
Mixed Chorus 2, 3
F. F. A. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4
Int ramuralsi, 2, 3, 4
Boys' Sextet 3
Hall Monitor 3, 4
Ralph Price U. S. NavyJosephine Rayl Girl Reserves 4 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3 4 Girls' Chorus lf 2, 3i 4 Band 1, 2, 3
Junior Class Play ( Mark Center Class Treasurer 1 Class V. Pres. 2
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3. 4 Girls' Chorus 2: 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Freshman Chorus Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Paper Staff 3
Lorene Shadley Freshman Chorus Girls' Chorus G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2: 3, 4 Girl Reserves 3. 4
Robert Stair Band 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4
Boys' Chorus 2
Solo Contest 3
Ensemble 2, 3
Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3
Inter Class Contest 3
Hall Monitor 4
Class President 1, 2f 3 4
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4
Projection Club 4
Football 3, 4
Senior Scholarship Team
J ean Tremain
G. A. A. 1 2, 3 4, Sec. 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman Chorus Studdnt Council 3, 4, Sec. 4 Junior Class Play Librarian 3 Office Practice 4 Social Committee 3 F. H. A. 1
Girls' Sextet 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4 Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, V. Pres National Honor Society
Girl Reserves 3 4
F. H. A. 4
Librarian 4 Senior Class Play 4
Intrsmurais 1 2, 3, 4 Hall Monih._r Librarian o» 4
Charles Yearsley Band If 2? O) 4 Orchestra 1, 4 Hi-Y 2j 3) 4 Mixed Chorus 2? 3, 4 Boys' Chorus 2 Vocal Ensemble 1, 2, 3 Clarinet Quartet 1, 2, 3. 4 Junior Class Play Hall Monitor 4
Maurice Umphress Band It 21 3 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Projection Club 2, 3 4 Intramurals It 2 Orchestra 2
Freshman Chorus 1 V. Pres. Girls' Sextet lf 2. 3
G. A.. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Treasurer 2, 3 Intramurals 2t 3 Junior Class Play
Girls' Chorus 2t 3f Sec. 2 Mixed Chorus 2, 3t 4, Treaa 4 Librarian 3 F. H. A. 1 Scholarship Team 1
Girl Reserves 3f 4, Dev. Ch, 4
Librarian 3t 4
F. K. A. 3, 4
Freshman Chorus 1
Mixed Chorus 2
F. F. iA. 1, 2, 3, 4 Army Air Corps
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THE LIBERTY BANK Best Wishes From HALLS BEAUTY SHOP Phone 152 1 1
LIBERTY BANKIn behalf of our organization and to the interests of every Independent Retail Merchant, it is with a great deal of pleasure that we extend to every member of the student body and every alumnus of Ada High School our most sincere Congratulations.
THE LIMA-KENTON GROCERY COMPANY
Lima , Ohio Kenton , Ohio
Distributors of DEERWOOD QUALITY FOOD
Manufacturing Jewelers Stationers 1407-1419 NORTH CAPITAL AVE. Indianapolis 7, Ind.
Contributors Dr. Wilcox
Dr. TippleHOOVER CREAMERY
Butter Ice Cream
If It's Cleanable We Can Do It Well PEERLESS CLEANERS
119 SOUTH MAIN PHONE 22
J. STEWART MAIN
Pure Oil Station No. 6
Phone 12 Ada, Ohio
A GOOD PLACE TO BUY
MESSICK 5 to $1 STORE
School SuppliesBest of Good Luck
HARRY J. SOUSLEY
PHONE 200 ADA , OHIO
THE We Thank ADA HIGH SCHOOL
ADA HERALD for their patronage support
Extends PAESZLER STUDIO
Congratulations MAKERS OF FINE PICTURES
and 115 S. Main St. B. F. Frederick
Best Wishes ADA , OHIO Proprietor
to the L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY attleborc.mass.
Ada High School MANUFACTURING JEWELERS
Class of "44” AND STATIONERS Represented by—
F. L. Wallace P. 0. Box 123 Toledo l.OhioTHE
I Presses Sweaters
GAhDNLIt’S DRUG ST0R£
Complete Lubrication Battery Charging Accessories Wash
School Supplies Drugs Sodas
O. H. McElroy Phone 235
Across from the Ada Theatre
Basket Balls Volley Balls Footballs BRECK’S
1 1 • o Clothing Store
Lovely Rayon Eiggest Selection Hose Anklets
MFC. CO. Sport Shoes
Ada Ohio SANITARY HATCHERY
Variety Athletic Goods Supplies
Punching Bags Baby Chicks
Baseball Gloves Boxing Gloves FeedOur Best Wishes To You All
• • •
The Ada Theatre
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