Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

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KREGLOW Um af ,aw MARIAN ARCHIBALD LARRY ARCHER EDNA BUEHLER 'Q' MABEL CRAWFORD BETTY FRAVEL RUTH HUBER EV LYN CLYDE LAMB NLMARIORIE OMLER ARTHUR 'PFEIL XX Uh P ., I xl' . YW! 9,4gxQvf'CL 'Q'-Q HAZEL TALLMAN PEARL UNDERWOOD MIRIAM WILLEKE Secretary FACULTY DIRECTORY Mr. C. C. Roberson ' Ohio State University, M. A., Oakland City College, Indiana, B. Mr. I. T. Warthman, History, General Mathematics Ohio University, B. S., Ohio State University, M. A. Mrs. Izora Anspach, English, Biology Ohio Northern University, B. S., Ohio State University, B. S., University of Michigan Mr. Larry Archer, Mechanical Drawing, Ohio Northern University Miss Marian Archibald, Social Problems, History Bowling Green State University, B. S., Ohio State University Miss Edna Buehler, English, Mathematics, Journalism Ohio Northern University, A. B., Ohio State University, Bowling Green State University Miss Mabel Crawford, Ass't Principal, English, Latin Denison University, Ph. B., Columbia University, M. A. Mr. Kelly Danford, Music Appreciation, Instrumental Music Ohio Wesleyan University, B. M. in Music Miss Betty Fravel, Vocal Music, Capital University, B. S. M. Miss Ruth Alice Huber, Home Economics, Chemistry Ohio State University, B. S. in Home Economics Mr. J. J. Kreglow, Agriculture Ohio State University, B. S. in Education Mr. Clyde Lamb, Health, Boys' Physical Education Coe College, B. S., Columbia University, M. A. Mrs. Margorie Omler, Girls? Physical Education Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Mr. Arthur Pfeil, Physics, Mathematics Ohio State University, B. S., University of Cincinnati- Civil Engineering Miss Evelyn Smith, Business Education Ohio Northern University, A. B., Ohio State University, Office Training School, Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Mrs. Hazel Tallman, Science, English, Ohio Northern University, B. S Mrs. Pearl Underwood, History, Geography, English Wooster Sum er School, Ohio Northern University, B. S. ADL HIGH SCHOOL SONG To eda Hi our own school We raise our song today We praise thee now we serve thee In all our work and play. Our colors always flying, We'll keep them ever upon high To Ada Hi, our own school We'11 praise thee to the sky A For high school halls and high school walls We love thee best of all. For Ada Hi our own school We'll always fight to win We do our best to beat them 3here'ere we enter in. Our players slways fighting For victories they do their best For Ada Hi, our own school We'1l always stand the test. For high school ways and high school days We love thee best of all. 1' is ' 563 Xi V if ' HT A ,Q ff p 'N X31 1 , W 'ff xi Q! XT I if I lg jffxixxx gf 5 1 Y, X Ex'4? -3? fs - Q+2fffXgWxNJ 'A f 4 L" :' ' -- 5 11" "ill, S - ,-XII!" 'ff i . . ,.,.,, 1 ,,,. , .-,., - 'CLI ,,,.., ' 1 X -MX, ,f X 1 j I xi EVELYN SMITH ROBERT II, GOBIN. NILES B. AMEY MABEL CRAWFORD 1.565 UH F ,. 6 Y H DOROTHY G. RODGERS RICHARD IRWIN CHESTER RALPH NEFF IEAN ANN MAIN Q jf EELLA IOYCE UNDERWOOD ' 1 I , 1 HELEN HUBER LOLA MAE VAN ATTA W, GEORGE THOMAS DERINGER IUNE PARK is ROSE LUCRETIA IOHNSON MIRIAM DEARTH WILLEKE CYNTHIA M. WINCE PHILIP C. BOSSE VIRGINIA SCHRAUTH WILLA CREPS PATTY LOU BICE IAMES OLIVER BANKS 1 I PAUL CHARLES VOLCKENING WILMA LUCILLE LANGENBERG 1 Q X I 'x I ISN MARK A. McPI-IERON ALICE LOUISE CLARK AGNES LOUISE LARUE IOHN MILTON ELLIOTT ROGER MURRAY ALICE MARIE ANSPACH RUBY-IO CREPS N Q " B WARREN IAMES FISHER X l RUBY COLLEEN THOMPSON HAROLD EUGENE GILBERT MARGARET O'BRIEN .All ' uf - WJ! C. rf CHARLES EDWARD CONLEY ,iff iffy BETTY IEAN ROMICK PEARL GOSSARD - IIM CARMEAN x 5 5 X IACK DALLY KATHLEEN LOUISE DEARTH NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM In . E' . gt J' i,,,,.,L.7E...- Off xl' r- in v " -- 'Cf Sv 4"-1 1 '-1'-I 1 9? 5 Q, V 'Q Y fk i I Qu Q :. 1 kaf5 ?u L.i . ff BA' 1:79 -...ff X I II.: S ,g.-QW' A I L. 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Third Row: Neil Dawis, Margie Zehner, Charles Kerr, Helen Grieser, James Marshall, Jean Keller. Fourth Row: Robert Dilts, Wilson Keller, Bonnie Huffman, Ray Wright, Doris Abbott, Robert Hubbell, Loretta Darnell, James Hooper. Fifth Row: Russell Kimble, Dorothy Staley, Raymond Guyton, Kathryn Miller, Robert McMi11en, Hilda Binkley, Robert Stauffer, Lenore e Sixth Row: Jean Deringer, Esther Dearth, Joyce Dysert, Roger Tarr, Bertha Kindle, Shirley Rayl, Betty Tinsler, Vera Morris. Not in Picture: Ray Grubaugh. 1' - 1? ' A, 'A I 4 fx K x U W au .: ,, V... , 5, 1 it ' 1 9 33-,, F .1 ,1 I g . , - , as 1 xn f I Vx' - Zi f f 2325257 WZ" "Wi 6 QUIK! HXEH, :nd ff H , f- . .. , kii' l 5 :I ,ff 2 Q 'M 1- -A 'Q jx! N 'K 4,5 1 fa Q 1 K r if J, A . S I S -xg '91 ' - Q --fw fy pm 5 I 5+ 4 -V we ' 9 A W ii W' x 1: 22 1' ' ' J Lf ra' xw I , ,L I 1 ' 5 ' N, 9, , A K 'fi Q , A 75 W f 'E ly f .. 5 Ehw 5 up , w . ff sg. A "" 1 L, 3 Ihykkkieb X V .X 52. .P 2. -Q , ii 41 'u D.Q 'gil I' -A , W I g ay ? 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' 1' h 121'-Q " by -' Q wx 1 A -af . ' 'iw H V, r l.2,c ,,, 0 I Q gfw' at - A- 'B XL 4- 'Lf 935 - , up 1: , ' , v 9 E 1' I. " S, ,, ,f f , a Q . ,, G1 i ,H TENTH GRADE Jim Gobin-President Paul Van Atta-Vice President Charles Ballinger-Secretary Treasurer Mr. Pfeil-Class Adviser First Row: Paul Goble, Janice Hewbert, Jim Gobin, Paul Van Atta, Anne Michael, Karl Spar. , Second Row: Betty Blank, Scott Murrary, Mr. Pfeil, Charles Ballinger, Charles Van Dyno, Ruth McMillen. Third Row: Carl Fender, Jackie Lamb, Jane Miller, Bob Dearth, Jo Ann Hays, Vera Wingate, Jean Hurlbert, Clyde Halsey, Ruth Wince, Delores O'Brien, Doris Clum, Dean Klingler. Fburth Row: Marilyn Leslie, Buddy Botkins, Shirley , Hindall, Jack Schindler, Jean Snyder, Robert Baum, Mariam Snare, Leonard Wright, Virginia Dodge, Bob Daft, Ruby Spencer, Patty Moore, Fifth Row: Bob Bridenbaugh, Twila Henry, Lloyd Agin, Avonnello Burman Jerry Crates, Peggy Stamp, Maurice Klingler, Rosalie Connor, Gene Williams, Eve'yn Doringer, Margaret Smith, Richard Atha. Sixth Row: Ruth Campbell, Carl Smith, John Neubert, Jackie Smith, Marilyn Klingler, Frank Wince, Patricia Thompson, Russell' Zimmer, Evelyn Gossard, Bob Wagner, Dave Sousley, Sara Leu Dobbins. Not in Picture: Violet Balos, Mildred Morton, Velma Dotson. NINTH GRADE Dee Klingler-President Irwin Hover-Vice President Billy Klingler-Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Anspach-Miss Buehler-Class Advisers First Row: Tom Banta, Mrs. Anspaeh, Dee Klingler, Billy Klingler, Miss Buehler, Sara Kreglow. Second Row: Dorothy Dearth, Irwin Hover, Tommy Neal. Third Row: Charles Binkloy, Marcia Marshall, Robert Messick, Lois Harris, John Eddy, Carol.Candler, Donald Paugh, Betty Smith, Clyde Ernsborgor, Jane Gilbert, Robert Harris, Ilva Jean Hover. , Fburth Row: Jeanette Murray, Richard Garver, Patty, Mottor, Junior Bailey, Wanda Gossman, Earl Cook, Joanne Routson, Roy Grubaugh,Janet Harrod, Robert Fisher, Norma Romick, Lowell Umphress. Fifth Row: James Miller, Maxine Hicks, Agnes Garyer, Stella La Rue, Evonda McMillen, Lois Nou, Sara Willeke, De Leis Bower, Harmon Binkh ley, Audrey Hover, Raymond Spallingor, Doris Hovt. Sixth Row: Florence Miller, Robert Jump, - Merry McCafferty, Floyd Wright, Mary Stuber, Charles,Bower, Hazel Walter, Roger Cochrane, Edith Henry, Lloyd Keller, Elizabeth Bicknell, Earl Collins. Net in Picture: Arthur Stubor. EIGHTH GRADE Advisers - Mrs. Tallman Miss Archibald President - Betty Klingler Vice President - Russell Moore Secretary, Treasurer - Delores Johnson ,Council Representative - Joe Baughman First Row - Mrs. Tallman, Russell Moore, Betty Klingler, Delores Johnr son, Miss Archibald Second Row - David Paper, Imogene Gunn, Joe Banghman, Betty Michael, Ned Benham Third Row - Norman Reams, Maxine Hall, George Parshall, Katherine Les- lie, Leo Motter, Jean Wright, Mary Alice High, Claire MeCurdy, Care- lyn Blank, Esther Stager, Helen Miller Fburth Row - Barbara Miller, Jack Wood, Barbara Agin, Barclay Marling, Jean Long, Gordon Moe, Lucille Rambo, David Hunsicker, Ilene Dearth, Ralph High, Betty Mae Hitchcock, Lee Tinsler ' Fifth Row - George Connor,Claribel Fisher,Da1e Wince, Maxine Deringer, Richard Lughinbuhl, Patty Anspach, Paul Castle, Alice Miller, Dean Dearth, Betty Collins, Robert Cole, Bledwyn Reams Sixth Row - Roy Craig, Neal Wolf, Helen La Rue, Elmer Fletcher, Benny Hoyt, Donald Gobin, Joe Bishop, Herbert Ballinger, Charles Wingate, Richard Kimble, Andy Parr Ne Pictures - Robert Binder, Gerry O'Brien,Harold Keller, Edgar Brown, Vernetta Reed, Norman Weigle, Alberta Wilcox, Leota Wilson SEVENTH GRADE Advisers - Mrs. Underwood Mr. Danford President - Charles Zink Vice President - Maurice Murray Secretary-Treasurer - Bernice Hurley Council Representative - Maurice Murray First Row - Mrs. Underwood, Bernice Hurley, Charles Zink, Maurice Mur- ray, Mr. Danford Second Row - Marvin Hicks, Charles Moore, Howard Dodge,Curtis Puckett, Melvin Boutwell, Emerson Stamp, Thomas Miller, Junior Hiteheock,Sanr mio Dearth, Elmer Rayl, Thomas Hubbell, Raymond Touvell Third Row - Joan Diefendorfer, Norma Wright, Arthur Miller, Pauline Adams, Eddie Collins, Betty Dodge, Keith Stober, Delores Mathewson, Joe Hurlburt Fburth Row - John Marshall, Joyce Smith, Orville Brown, Beryl Lindahl, Charles Forrall, Christine Bailey, Roy Klingler, Margaret Fisher, Russell Doringer, Carolyn Rayl, Clair Romick, Rose Ella Fox Fifth Row - Kay Church, Paul McQuown, Ellen Collins, Everette Sweeney, Aldena Reuthor, Ronald Moore, Shirley Young,Robort Cross, Betty Mar- ling, Dale Grant, Jill Bryant, Jerry Mathewson Sixth Row - Jo Ann Bicknell, Sara Ann Collins, Walter Ferrell, Juanita Keller, Robert Gossman, Donna Trowbridge, Junior Hall, Naomi Spal- linger, Wallace Rayl, Louise England, James Pifor, Shirley Main Ne Pictures - Virginia Dotson, Richard Burris ml I ab .6 5:9 F 8 " - .J .. 32 gi j- J, f ,, .3 ggi' , . if -X ' ""r' zq. Z 1 , A 'L 1 IN MEMORIAM Luther Campbell, Class of '48, died November 18, 1945 Robert Wbod, Class of '52, died January 10, 1946 l ,D , 1. O3 Ji 4 5:7 70 Qb ':" "G ., if L ff uf! lnl' ..,. L ..,f,.-- 7:3 T. .. 4 ' . j, 5. .5 G,'L.':.l. 1, ,if ' ' . 'N 'xi ' ' ,wil X, s Cya V P , .r :ia N 'M 1 SQ, X 'j , X ll vffgf 9 fNfN 2 1 ' . 6?-xr. f? x5'l'2?'15:ff ' Q .f, Nw ':--ll 'X .1 ,,' X' il 3 K 'jx ff X 1 f . . , , 'N - jj , mix I 'I I 'LMf 2f3 FOOTBALL SCORE ADA 7 12 WAPAK ADA O 19 BLUFFTON ADA O 27 UPPER SANDUSKY ADA 6 6 DELPHOS JEFFERSON ADA O 21 CAREY ADA 6 O KENTON ADA 66 0 NORTH BADTIMORE ADA 6 19 FOREST SUMMARY The nBu1ldogs,u with their ranks slightly dented by the gradua- tion of eight lettermen, returned this year with high spirits and a will to play ball. The season opened on the gridiron of Wapak. It was here the NBulldogsU showed the stuff they were made of. Only after a bitter fight did the WBul1dogen go down to a 12-7 defeat. For the first home game of the season Ada played host to a rival Upper Sandusky team. The battling Bulldogs proved no match for the strong Upper Sandusky eleven and bowed out 27-O. Ada then staged a mild come back by playing Delphos Jefferson to B 6"6 ti9e The always fighting Bulldogs returned the next week to play a superior Carey team with a resulting score of 21-O. In the big game of the year with our county rivals Kenton, the Bulldogs reached a midseason form. Through this spectacular game the NBul1dogsu emerged victorious over the Hwildcatsn leore 6-O. At the last game of the year the Bulldogs 'were still giving everything they had but the overpowering Forest team claimed the vic- tory 19-6. By winning two games, tying one and losing five the Bulldogs can not claim what is called a nsuccessful season.n Even though they came out on the short end of the score five times, in most cases it was because they wer outclassed and not because they didn't play as hard as they could. The graduating seniors of the football team of N45Nx P. Bosse, D. Irwin, W. Fisher, C. Conley, J. Dally, G. Deringer, P. Volckening, G. Gilbert, R. Murray, N. Amey, J. Elliott, and B. Gobin, wish the in coming team the best of luck. COEW G'lLBff?7' DALLY IPWXN B562 CZ YD! 1945 LAIY6' -SOUSLE GOBIN frffezow ANE7 '7ff4L6P E, T lmnnuu v SQUAD All Cf4fP!7Z'-AIV C'0A2fy 50355 BASKETBALL Ada 62--30 Alger Ada 49--29 Columbus Grove Ada 27--26 Dola Ada 56--35 Carey Ada 25--35 St. Rose Ada 44--28 North Baltimore Ada 19--26 Bowling Green Ada 47--28 St. Gerard Ada 26--37 Bluffton Ada 45--33 Bluffton Ada 20--35 Kenton Ada 26--34 Wapak Ada 58--36 St. John Ada 40--52 Upper Sandusky Ada 29--30 St. Marys t TOURNAMENT At the opening of the basketball season this year only two let- termen headed the list of players--Niles Amey and Phil Bossa. The first two games of the season were won with comparative ease. In the following four games the WBulldogs,N though defeated, gradually molded themselves into -a combination that could work together to win games. These five weve: Bosse and Volkening as forwards, Kreglow and Banks as guards, and Amey as center. Elliott in the sixth man posi- tion was an able substitute for any of the first five. This winning combination topped the next six teams with heavy scores, In the last three games of the season the boys gave way to slightly stronger teams The WBulldogsW entered the tournament with high hopes and a good chance to come out on top. Although the Ada five played five games in the tournament, they were beaten by Hicksville and dropped consohtbn game to Wbpak St, Joseph. Among the promising members of the reserve squad are Jim Gobin, Dave Sousley, Bob Daft, Arthur Amey, Jack Schindler, and Dean Klin- ger. The out-going seniors are: Niles Amey, Phil Bosse, Jim Banks. John Elliott, and Paul Volckening. Clyde Lamb as coach of the football and basketball teams' has been both coach and Wpalu to all associated with him. We wish him luck. X " 3 5 IWLESNANEY .NA ' ' ' , M PML. 506.95 F2404 V04 Effbilvi, JXN KPEGZ OW 4 6 MIN 500,40 147675 7' FXVE' iii AP7' JOHN L! 1900969 dll? D!C'!f A1757 ELLIO77' if CPA 755' GOEW MPPWAI onus .urnnmic ASSOCIATION, The G. A. A..year was opened by a scavenger hunt and potluck sup! per in the school dining room. Other social events of the year were a chili-supper, exchange programs with Bluffton G. A. A., a bobby-sox dance, a box supper and valentine dance, play-night with Mount Cory High School girls, minor sports night at Taft Gymnasium and senior farewell banquet. During the year the girls had noon tournaments in the gymnasium of kickbsll, basketball, volleyball, dc!! tennins, and softball. The juniors made a Wbig sweepn by winning all except deck tennis in which the seniors were victorious. One of the most interesting tournaments proved to be a basketball tournament headed by Ruby's Rockets,Romick's Rompers, Creps's Champions, and Main Mighties. The Champions wen, starring that tall Junior, Loretta Darnell. The point system was changed this year and each girl must have 600 pointy for a letter and lOOO points for a gold pin, the highest award. Several letters were awarded at the senior farewell banquet and the following girls received pins! Lola Mae Van Atta, Willa Craps, Jean Main, Betty Romick, Betty Stair, Ruby Thompson, Agnes LaRue, and Kathleen Dearth. During one of our home basketball games, twenty G. A. A. girls put on a volleyball exhibition game for tho sixth graders. Girls also received points by selling at basketball and football games and the tournament. Our club was under the supervision of Lola.Mac Van Atta, presi- dent: Joyce Moore, vice president: Ruby Thompson, secretary, Evelyn Deringer, treasurer: Betty Stair and Betty Romick, intramural mana- gers and Mrs. Omler, adviser. CHEERLEADERS Again we are very proud to have three very active G. A. A. mem- bers as our cheerleaders, namely: Jean Main, Betty Stair, and Willa Crops. As reserve cheerleaders, Marjory Scott, Doris Clum, and Ann Michael made their appearance at each game. N. QQ I 745 ' F-s-I "Aix ' 4.5 1 Q, MP V' 3 L 1 VW 1-55. 52? f C5 , " . , A7 M 'fi fi "7 . PM -sf 1 6114-L91 f wi' Q6 gf gf ' SEQ-Effmk ' 'Xfx -Q N 1 is 2 45" ff' " 'N"fT f. :Wa M. N f A ry fvw fl, . Lfif-'.'3:1. ' gf iw E f, 1 'fI1,1,j?. -142 l..,!.,.,:5: r' R Vg .,f",.', -. ! A U-::g::-QL. lil' 3 ui-,:. .f?jZj. -. .,.g, . K I . '- ' " " ' Q ,fir f -:1Q'A-IJ fzlj 37 ' Q " cf 1 L--f - '--+'-f' f g 5 Mx X ff - xt 4 .. x., .,--b 1' ' .. if 1-- ' - ,.:. ' il ,.,:::i . . 1. M: i Ihv' ' u , . . - 76? I" .,.,. il-' I .,.'. I f I E - . .1-3 vp 15313: .,, s .,..- A-, 'X ..,.- ' '- '.:i,.'5'A 'ji-:f-:-ty."-.- 1 , .il . 0.-...vfn'.'u'u-u" ' 4-..1-o ,.g...-- fi., Edi tor-in-chief , . Assistant editor Business manager Advertising manager Circulation manager. Feature editor . Sports editors. Exchange editor News editor . PURPLE AND GOLD Dorothy Rodgers . Peggy Main . Alice Clark Lucretia Johnson . Gloria Welsh Virginia Schrauth Ruth Ann McMillan John Elliott . Willa Crepe . Jean Snyder Social editor . Patty Bice Inquiring reporter . Neil Davis Faculty adviser . . . . Miss Edna Buehler The Purple and Gold, official news voice of Ada High School, is published every month of the school year as a result of the combined efforts of Miss Buehler, the editorial staff, and the printing club. Ten issues of the 1945-1946 Purple and Gold were published, in- cluding the two special issues--the first one in the second week of school, and the last one a big senior issue. The aim of the newspaper staff was to bring the most news to the most students in the most interesting manner in the least time. Nur merous pictures of students active in schnol affairs were printed to make the paper more attractive and more interesting to more people. The printing class, who, without the aid of a regular instructor nevertheless printed ten issues of the paper, included Richard Irwin, Gene Gilbert, Lowell Umphress, and Harmon Binkley. iw Q My , N ING . Wy M? w w ' .53 'Jijvv-:' "nf :,:, J. -. X Q w r 341. l' GJEQ. " 7 W: ?:QZf1:a ,, ,.- -' A in ',"'i- - 3352 if ff if-'L , 1J.fi, mp VT '. M , W, V i. , i ., I nw 1 A , . ANNUAL S TAFF A ANU TYPXSTS ANNUAL STAFF The 1946 Uwen has attempted to associate medieval methods with modern activities through the medium of our theme illustrated on our various title pages. Our Staff Chester Neff Editor-in-chief Art Gloria Welsh Assistant Editor Patty Bice Business Manager Ina Mae Fender Junior Assistant Business Manager Willa Creps Senior Assistant Business Manager Robert Gobin Sports Joyce Underwood Kathleen Dearth Janice Howbert Shirley Hindall Wilma Shadley Alice Anspach Alice Clark Jean Main Betty Stair Lola Van Atta Editorial and Feature Neil Davis Wilma Langenberg Betty Blank Jackie Lamb Adviser Miss Mabel Crawford Typists Patty Bice Wilma Langenberg Betty Romick Ruby Thompson Adviser Miss Evelyn Smith Tournaments, music, the drama, feature - haven't modern techniques arisen from these? Many of our present day activities are survivals of events of medieval times. A double-padded cover, richly sub-tinted in gold is another new feature of the N465 uWe.' Altogether, we have tried to improve - we hope you like it S7'LUf7V7' CDMVOZ Q Q QR Q B TNLXQQUJ jx 22 3 FQ L X 3 S 'N hvwxkkcm N1 Am STUDENT COUNCIL Members 1945-46 Dorothy Rodgers, President: Twelfth grade George Deringer, Vice President: Twelfth grade Peggy Main, Secretary: Eleventh grade Charles Elliott, Treasurer: Eleventh grade ' ' Phillip Bosse, Sergeant-at-Arms: Twelfth grade Richard Irwin: Twelfth grade Janet Harrod: Ninth grade Urban Long: Eleventh grade Joe Baughman: Eighth grade Janice Howbert: Tenth grade Maurice Murray: Seventh grade Karl Spar: Tenth grade Miss Mabel Crawford: Adviser The Student Council is composed of twelve representatives elected by the student body for the purpose of bringing a richer relationship between the students and the faculty. Thereare four seniors, three juniors, two sophomores. one freshman, and one each from the seventh and eighth grades. The councilsmarted its 1945-46 work by promoting the sale of :an activity ticket. This lessened the cost of games, plays, parties and assemblies for each individual who purchased a ticket. In the second semester a magazine campaign was sponsored by the council, which en- abled them to buy a new URecordioH for use in music classesfnd school parties. The groupalso spvnsored the annual interclass contest and banquet. The council is divided into three permanent committees. who func- tion throughout the year. The social committee, composed of three members and class representatives, has supervised two senior high par- ties, two junior high parties, and one combined Wall schooln party. The assembly committee plans assemblies for the entire year. This has three council members and the vice presidents of the classes. The monitors keep the halls orderly and safe during classes and between periods. Social: Peggy Main, George Deringer,-co-chainnennJeanTMain,Willa Greps, Robert Gobin, Loretta Darnell, Gloria Welsh, Ina Fender, Wilma Shadley, Charles Elliott, Jackie Lamb, and Robert Bridenbaugh. Assembly: Dorothy Rodgers, -chairman, Robert Gobin,C1yde High. Paul Van Atta, Irwin Hover, Delzie Johnson, Maurice Murrary.Pgggy Main, and Janet Harrod. Hall Monitors: Richard Irwin-chairman, Niles Amey, Lester Kindle Philip Bosse, James Carmean, Clyde High, James Kreglow, Charles Conley Arthur Amey, Roger Murray, James Banks, Gene Gilbert. John Elliott,and Jack Dal-ly: Period Monitors: Niles Amey,Janice Howbert, Charles El1iott,Lola Van Atta, Eugene Gilbert, George Deringer, Philip Bosse, Sara Kreglom Jobie Creps, Mark McPheron, Paul Goble. Robert Hubbell, Betty Stair, Dorothy Staley, June Parr, and Esther Stager. -......I.:f.X GIRL RESERVES 3 Vice President: Peggy Main Treasurer: Alice Clark Xxlp 157 'X President: Jean Main Secretary: Joyce Moore V! X , Sponsors , ' Miss Crawford: Miss Archibald As Girl Reserves we try to be Gracious in manner, Impartial in judgment, Ready for service, Loyal to friends, Reaching toward the best, Earnest in purpose, Seeing the beautiful, Eager for knowledge, Reverent to God, Victorious over self, Ever dependable, Sincere at all times. There are forty-two juniors and seniors in the Girl Reserve club of 1946. Each girl belongs to one of the five different committees of this club: social, music, devotional, service, or program. Among some of the projects undertaken by the Girl Reserves were their contributions to the Red Cross and World Fellowship Fund, a pot- luck in honor of their mothers, and the week-day Easter services which were planned through the co-operation of the Hi-Y and Girl Reserves. The Girl Reserves as a branch of the Young Women's Christian As- sociation try to follow the high ideals of this world-wide organiza- tion. HI-Y igji'Jimigf Purpose: To create, maintain, and extend through- qgfu?'t5f' out the school and community high stand- TQUQNJS ards of Christian character. YE? Platform: Clean speech, clean sports, clean schol- arship, and clean living. President: Niles Amey Secretary-Treasurer: Chester Neff Vice President: Paul Volckening Program chairman: Robert Gobin Sponsor Mr. Arthur Pfeil The organization of the Hi-Y,a division of the Young Mens' Chris- tian Association, was primarily organized to set an example for the younger generation and to take the initiative in various projects and reforms about the school and community. Parties, playnights, pot-luck dinners, and joint G. R.-Hi-Y devo- tional services for Easter Week are among the many activities in which the Hi-Y is engaged. During the forty-five minute period allotted the club each Thurs- day, a succession of debates, speakers, movies, local entertainment and musical appreciation ensues. With the highest enrollment record for a number of years, the 046W Hi-Y organization has completed a most successful term. F. H. A. nToward New Horizonsu The purposes of this organization are: l. To promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of homemaking. 2. To emphasize the importance of worthy home membership. 3. To encourage democracy in home and community life. 4. To work for good home and family life for all. 5. To promote international good will. 6. To foster the development of creative leadership in home and community life. 7. To provide wholesome individual and group recreation. 8. To further interest in home economics. Officers of the club are: President: Helen Huber Historian: Ina Mae Fender Vice President: Marjorie Scott Social Chairman: Lola Van Atta Secretary: Ruby Thompson Adviser: Miss Ruth Huber Treasurer: Marcia Marshall This year's club is composed of twenty-six members who proudly wear the new octagonal pin of the new national Future Home Makers of America. The club has been busy serving banquets, enjoying parties, attending organization meetings,improving the department, and working on self-improvement programs. Highlights of the year have been the Christmas party, a joint F.H. A.-F.F.A. party, joint meetings with Dola, attending the regional and state meetings and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. F. F. A. The UFuture Farmers of American is a national organization of boys studying agriculture. The primary aim of the organization is the de- velopment of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship.The motto is nLearning to do, doing to learn, earning to live, living to serve.u The F. F. A. has four majer degrees: WGreenhand: Future Farmer: State Farmer: and American Farmer.W The degree of American Farmer is extremely difficult to attain and is a real goal for any boy to look forward to. Officers of the club are: President: George Deringer Reporter:James Kreglow Vice President: Urban Long Sentinel:Warren Fisher Treasurer: Paul Van Atta Adviser: Mr. J. J. Kreglow The club has two meetings every month. At our last meeting in March, The Future Farmer degree was given five sophomores: Paul Van Atta, Karl Spar, Charles Ballinger, John Neubert, and Frank Wince. INTERCLASS CONTEST The traditional Interclass Contest was held on April 5 in the High school auditorium. Each class-seniors, juniors, and sophomores- put up a good fight for the cup and the losers took the defeat in goal spirit. The following participated and helped to make the eveningza success. Essay--Betty Blank, sophomore Neil Davis, junior Chester Neff, senior Short Story--Jean Snyder, sophomore Gloria Welsh, junior Dorothy Rodgers, senior Oration--Sara Dobbins, sophomore Robert Hubbell, junior Robert Gobin, senior Reading--Shirley Hindall, sophomore Ruby Baughman, junior Lucretia Johnson, senior The seniors were victorious over the other classes by taking top honors in the essay and short story. The sophomores won the eration and reading. The seniors also won the stunt contest which followed. Immsscmss BANQUM On Saturday night,April 6 in the high school cafeteria,the Inter- class Banquet was held to honor the contest winner. In the midst of the meal the seniors all drank from the cup and so found a new use for it. A very interesting program followed the delightful dinner. Those taking part in the program were: Bob Gobin, Niles Amey, Janice Howbert, Shirley Main, Urban Long, Bonnie Huffman, Bob Dilts, Jean Main, Joe Baughman, Mrs. Omlor and Mr. Pfeil. Mrs. Omler surprised the group whermshe played a very clever jungle trick on the seniors. SCHOLARSHIP TEAM On Saturday morning, May ll, the two students chosen by the re- spective teachers in each subject competed with students from eighteen schools in the annual district state scholarship test. The subjects included biology, algebra, plane geometry, American history, world history, social problems, English, and Latin. ENIOR PLA Y , 9 ' H7 M 56' A2 T Q 2 Q 0 IP D CAST SENIOR PLAY The play presented on May 2nd and Zrd by the graduating class of '46u was the only comedy to win the Pulitzer Prize. This prize was awarded for the outstanding dramatic achievement of the year. 'You Can't Take It With You' is the Type of play that will keep you in stitches laughing and at the same time slip in some good sound phi- losophy. The large play cast this year consisted of twenty-one members, who in the order of their appearance, are as follows: Mrs. Sycamore, Lucretia Johnsong Essie, Jean Main: Rheba, Alice Anspach,Agnes La Rue: Mr. Sycamore, Niles Ameyg Mr. De Pinna, Philip BossegEd, Robert Gobing Donald, Jack Dallyg Grandpa, Chester Neff: Alice, Betty Stair: Hender- son, Warren Fisher: Tony Kirby, Paul Volckeningg Mr. Kolenkhov, James Banks: Miss Wellington, Patty Bice, Virginia Schrauthg Mr. Kirby, John Elliott: Mrs. Kirby, Ruby Thompson: G-Men, James Carmean,Gene Gilbert, Richard Irwin. First Act In the First act the Sycamore family is introduced. In their household everyone does exactly what they want to. Mrs. Sycamore writes plays,Mre Sycamore and Mr. De Pinna make fireworks in the base- ment. Essie does ballet dancing and makes candy in her spare time. Ed plays the trombone and prints. Alice Sycamore announces to her family that she has been going with Tony Kirby Cher boss's sonj and that she has invited the family to dinner for the following evening. Second Act Later that same evening the Kirbys arrive. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby are in the wealthy social circle and inclined to be a little snobbish Because of their early arrival the Kirbys find the Sycamores unpro- pared to receive them. In this way they get a true picture of Alicefs family--a noisy, carefree group. After a series of misunderstandings, the Kirbys prepare to leave. They are met at the door by G-Men, who put them all under arrest because of some printed material Ed has un- willingly made. The act closes as the fireworks in the basement blow up. Third Act The next day when the family has explained evervthing to the G- men, they are released along with Mr. and Mrs. Kirby who were quite below their dignity in a jail cell. Alice is much disappointed because she and her family have not made a good impression on the Kirbys. Sho therefore gives up all hope of marrying Tony. He, however, is very insistent that Alice should marry him regardless of what has happened. Mr. Kirby arrives to take Tony home and in the course of events Grandpa persuades him that their way of life is not so bad after all. Tony and Alice receive Mrs.Kirbys blessing and the play ends happily. BY JUPITER ,The Junior Class Play, written by Julia Thompson, is a unique story which ran on Broadway for two years as a very popular stage show. The story of the play deals with the legendary Amazons, the lar bors of Hercules, and the Trojan War. There is a side glance at a love story between the two leads, "Theseus" a Greek warrior, and the Amazonian Princess, nAntiope.n The story takes place in an Amazonian Queendom where the women do the fighting and ruling while the men are just a domestic convenience. To their land comes an army of Greek warriors, sight seeing on their way to seize Troy and lend a hand to half-wit Hercules. -The latter promised Homer, his publicity man, to steal the sacred girdle of the Amazon's queen, Hippolyta. The warriors call a truce for the night and in the morning are the best of friends. With his expert kisses, more than his sword and shield, Theseus is winning over the princess. The climax comes when Sapiens, Hippolyta's band, is drafted into the army. Meanwhile tho zone and Theseus takes Antiope back to Greece as Along with love comes humor and music which riment and adventure, The cast included the entire class but is their appearance: effeminate young hus- Greeks leave tho Amar his wife. also adds to the mer- featured in order of Gloria Welsh as lst Sergeant: Joyce Moore as Buria: Marjoqy Scott as 2nd Sergeant: Peggy Main as lst Sentry: Lenore Lindahl as 2nd sn- try: Ina May Fender as 5rd Sentry:Doris Abbott as Cuusica:Bonnie Huff- man a Heroica: Margery Zehner as Pomposia: mother of Sapiens: Loretta Darnell as Hippolyta, Queen of the Amazons: Urban Long as Sapiens, the ueen's husband: Ruby Baughman as Antiope, the Princess: Wilma 'Shade ley as Captain of the Archers: Arthur Amey as Theseus, a Greek warrior and sweetheart of Antiope: Clyde High as Homer: Betty Tinsler as The Runner: Bob Allen as Hercules: Neil Davis as Gaganius: Bob Dilts as Achilles: and Bob Hubbell as Ajax. 1 X c N l. 1. A i YT ! f ,612 ffi-'Eff A . 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IL'if:4?i'::-: xg -1 affirm---T J-WN-iv 1 V 1 f f-fl W Q1 -4.1-Q: qi.,- I7 - 1 X -.,,..-5-,juf--R-n-sf- lv M WM FOCAL DEPARTMENT The Vocal Department of Ada High School is under the direction of Miss Betty Fravel and is made up of three major divisions,-a Mixed Chorus of Forty-five members, a Girls' Choir of forty members, and a Freshman Chorus of thirty voices. In addition to these organizations there ls a Girls' Ensemble. The students who participate in the first two organizations named are taken from the three upper classes--Sopho- more, Junior, and Senior. During the past year the Mixed Chorus participated in many pro- grams, a few of which were--Farmers' Institute, Joint Band and Chorus Concert, District Contest at Bluffton, and Baccalaureate Service. The highlight of the year was "Auditorium sessiohw in which beth band and choir participated. In addition to the cantata 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollown with Loretta Darnell as soloist the choir sang three numbers which were as follows: The Heavens Are Telling-Haydn Listen to the Lambs-Dett Nash What of the Night-Thompson This choir also went to the district contest at Bluffton on April 27 at which time they sang WIf With All Your Hearts Ye Truly Seek Men by Mendelssohn and WBluebirdsN by Leontovick. The officers of this group are: President-Niles Amey Vice President-Gloria Welsh Secretary-Treasurer-Loretta Darnell Accompanist-Neil Davis The Girls' Choir also entered the contest at Bluffton and present- ed as their numbers NThe Lord Bless You and Keep Youn by Lutkin and 0A11 Glory, Laud, and Honorw by Teschnercain. The Girls' Ensemble, made up of junior and senior g1rls,has play- ed an important part in the music activities of the past year. At the Bowling Green contest on April 13 both the ensemble and soloists- Jean Main and Loretta Darnell-received excellent ratings. BAND Under the skillful direction of Kelly Danford the Ada High School Band has reached a high goal. It has proved its ability by partici- pating in several functions of the school year, among first of which was the entertainment of the school and its guests during Farmers' In- stitute. - The outstanding achievement of the band this year was the choral- band concert uAuditorium Session.H Some of the compositions are as follows: Stout-Hearted Men . . . Romberg I Love A Parade . . Arlan The Traveller . . Buchtel American Patrol . . . . . . Meacham Oriental n 0 e 0 o e A. Kurdish Fire Dance Bi Shadows of the Mosque C. The Jugglers D. Festival at Basra Auditorium Session . . . . . Moffitt S110 wb O at e o c I e K9 TH A. Cotton Blossom B. Make Believe G. Ol' Man River D. Can't Help Lovin' That Man Of Mine E. Reprise of Ol' Man River Open Then The Door. . . . . . . . Danford For the first time in several years a district instrumental and: vocal contest was held at Bluffton College. Our band participated by the playing of WMantilla Overture' and Wfhe Trave1er.n This completed the public appearances for the Ada High School Band of 1945-46. ORCHESTRA The orchestra under Mr. Danford's supervision has done well this year but has not made as many public appearances. It has gained sev- eral neoded string and clarinet instruments and thus greatly improved its vo mme and tone quality. Among its activities was the appearance in commencement exercises in May. At this time two numbers were played. 'PavanneW by Gould and 'Andante from Surprise Symphony' by Haydn. A string ,ensemble of twenty-one students worked on Shubort's ' uartet,' WRosamund Overturen and Tschaikowsky's NTheme from the Sixth Symphony.' fx 1,1 v ' , q y . , A . 5 f n vp' li. 6 . 1 WRU' f'4,,,..' I: X I ' 1 .g ltr i' i' A' :E ., ,J rw' Q ll ge ' Av v l . i -. S vi 'mf 1 'WL ,J H ,. x x u 3 I sn ,ml M... I K v u , Z , I, . A 1. 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U ff- ff --ffl' -A , l A Name Johnson Bice Wince Parr Thompson O'Brien Fisher Huber Clark LaRue Schrauth Rodgers Main Amey Murray Wllleke Gobin Elliott Volckening Gilbert Dearth Stair Banks Van Atta Bosse Deringer Romick Conley Carmean Underwood Langenberg Anspach Neff Delly McPheren Crops Irwin Crepe Gossard SENIOR PERSONALITIES Vocation Elementary Teacher Traveling Teaching Work Secretary Interior Decorating Farming Wbrk, , Teaching Phys. Ed. Teacher Pharmacy Journalism Secretary Coaching Pipe Line Walker Housewife Medicine Join The Army Success Flori- culturist Housewife Merchanf dising Retire at 21 Beautician Engineering Farming Nursing Farming Navy Music Teacher A Success Nursing Artist- Writing Bachelor Stay Out Of The Army Elementary Teacher Sleeping To Be Happy Beautician Song Symphony Little Did I Know There's No You Till The End Of Time Onzy, Twozy Racing With The Moon Till The End Of Time 5YmPh0nY Personality Sioux City Sioux All Thru The Day Star Dust Blue Skies I Can't Say No Well Diggers Breakdown God Understands Bill Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Beautiful Dreamer Some Sunday Morning I Can't Begin To Tell You I'd Do It Again Till The End Of Time Always What It Seemed To Be Holiday For Strings Can't Begin To Tell You Down In The Valley Till The End Of Time It Had To Be You Till The End Of Time Begin The Beguine Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Day By Day You Won't Be Satisfied Somewhere Over A Rainbow All Thru The Day Remembered For Acting Ability Why With Men Blushing Good Sgortsmanship Sense f Humor Lovely Hair Bright R marks Qiietness Calmness Teaching Underclassman Her Laugh Running Around Halls Shortness Height Side Burns School's Office Girl Bluffing In School Getting Away With Things Way With Women Printing High School Paper Attentiveness in Classes Willingness To Help Casanova of Ada High Friondliness Big-Little Guy In Basketball Salutatorian Athletic Ability Voice Always Cracking Sleeping In Classes Music Ability Cracking Gum Hair Always In Place Essays In Intercless Arguing In Problems Sleeping In Class Sweetness Getting Along With Others Moodiness Always Jolly' J U N I O R S WE WON'T FORGET T he great ideals of Bob Hubbo1l's that never work H uffman and her mumns E lliott-ethe shyest of the Juniors J im Marshall in Dnglish Class U rban Long as Sapiens in WOUR JUNIOR PLAYN eil Davis at the oiano na May Fender--noted for her nick names N I O rder kent by Miss Huber R uehing for home room--Peggy Main C lyde High's beautiful smile L oretta Darnelle-noted for her snorts A bbott's Hi-y nin S cotty's continous flirting S hadley and her art A rthur Amey our HERO of NBY JUPTIER N ew girl--Jean Keller D ilts, our Dance Band Chairman P omoosia of UBY JU?TIERN--Zeke Zehner L enore Lindahl our USouthern Galn A llen the zany Hercules of NBY JUPTIER Y oungest of our class--Joyce Moore . O ne UStardustN Junior, Gloria Welsh F un had By all 1 946 CLASS OF JUNIORS 9 O's to lOO's never gotten bv the class 4 3 in our class 6 Our lucky number SCHOOL CALENDAR 11945-19465 September 10Qo9loQS.hOO1 Opens 14.-....Wapakoneta-First Football Game 2l......B1uffton-There 5......G. R. and Hi-Y Faculty Weiner Roast ....Upper Sandusky-Here October OoooCarey'Her8 ....Delphos-Here ....High School Individual Pictures 25......North Baltimore-There November 2 ......Footbal1 Queen's Ball- Senior High Party Forest-Here 8 9.....Junior Play o ooooA1g9r'H9T0' First Basketball Game ....e.Dola-Here . ....Lima Saint Rose-Here December ....Junior High Party ....Bowling Green-Here ....B1uffton-There .....Van Wert-There J n a .2Christmas Vacation ....Alumni Game QHDUBTY ....Kenton-Here ....Lima St. Johns-There ....Co1umbus Grove-Here on0oCar9y'Th9re .-...North Baltimore-Here ....High School Party ...,Saint Gerard-There February 1.......B1uffton-Here 5.......Wapakoneta . 8.......Upper Sandusky-Here 12oneoo0Ge Ao Au val9ntin6'5 Patty 15......st. Mary's-There 18-25...Basketbal1 Tournament 22lsoooeNO School 25......G. R. Mother and Daughter Tea March 1.......Subscription Party ......Senior Scholarship Tests nc0opoGo Ao so Potluck 15......Senior High Party 22......Music Concert-Band and Chorus 29......Joint DOla'F: Ho Aa 9. 12 April 5.......Interolass Contest ......Interc1ass Banquet ......Grade School Operetta Local Scholarship Tests 13...-..Solo, Ensemble Contest l9......Good Friday KNO School, 26......0pen House fHigh Schoolj 27......Band and Chorus Contest 6- 12 M21 2-3.....8enior Class Play Eight Grade Tests 7oooeeeoFo Ho Ae Banquet 1O......Grade School Open House l8......Junior and Senior Prom 26..-...Baccalaureate 277.....Grade School Commencement 28......Clsss Night 29......Commencement 3O......School Closes Grade Cards Distributed 9:00 A. M- C' .J O Pu fv QIWOR BYIIVX D0- . BAM' 5 54,6 fNcfaNQ ,6R X W X Aww Q- f L .J Cc 'P 7' WM "Mg ww an 6 -EYE C A 'V 437- . W -"Tix K --T.. AH- HOL" Q , , J L7LXA Hchxls-' fx . 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MXPX Vest X ' XL My ,OM PNg1i,A Nw N9 A6216 WM I .I 'QI r Y PNK? 6 wife- Gfimxocw NQCJMPM 1 N1 'X up Cv' 5 ,QW MW J- p - 'ffbfws cf' UMW fy-guii-47"Qtf e4l 9 4,9 64,0 I f -Q -- """'-f---'X ' ,. e bon PAUVH B Q THE!-XTEP-n1A,,Ac, x in Ea Qfxiv-'+Yff'lf' Seventh And Lighth Grade Memories Remember when: Delzie Johnson went with Russel Moore? Leo Motter first got his horse? Gerry O'Brien came to Ada High? Don Gobin had a crush on Kathryn Leslie? Charles Link impersonated Frank Sinatra, in assembly Bob Cross shaved off his eyebrows? Pat Anspach was carrying the torch for Bob GoLin? ' Bob Cole moved to the country? Joyce Smith went on the Girl Scout hayride? Some fun? Esther Stager tried to teach some eighth graders to dance? Beryl Lindahl had her party? John Marshall wasn't bashful? Jill Bryant came to Ada High? Ray Touvell didn't have gum in music class? Joe Baughman gave the reading, nlt Was IW? Joan Wright forfeited her bracelet to Karl Spar? Paul Castle moved out on the Main farm? Ronny Moore went to sharpen his pencil and discovered he didn't have his pencil? Bernice Hurley winked at Chet Neff in the library? Shirley Main sang, uOnesy-Twosy,n in assembly, and the senior boys swooned? David Peper had a laughing spell in English class? Carolyn Blank and Andy Parr had those Sunday afternoons for taking pictures? Keith Stober raised pigeons? Shirley Young didn't break something at s party? Joe Bishop forgot to take off his gsloshes? Maurice Murray wasn't a wolf? Betty Klinglex had her eyes on Jim Kreglow? Jim Pifer imitated Miss Fravel in music class? Vernetta Reed drew some swell pictures for open house? Ilene Dearth loaned her comb to Jobie Crops every morning? Joan Long had Karl Spar's Hi-Y pin? The seventh grade girls swooned when Niles Amey was their homeroom teacher? A group of eighth graders almost froze to death at a party, because George Parshall forgot to build a fire? ,1, S, fx L f L UNCH ZINE A AXAXUA L OOOAVIVG' CLASS 13154, Ax, I flV7Z7PCZASS' A 7' VVOFII' EAJVGME7' .54 7' ING ANO ZZLWIVG' L-.. NPS AM COOK OFf7C'E' GWL 8 fY1?.ST XY!-'6',N'W6" COOK 6'A3Ilf' 506' 0A7WF5' Q GZUPG5 ADA HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROGRAM BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Methodist Church Sunday, May 26, 1946 8:00 P. M. Dr. F. L. Brown - Pastor in Charge Miss Betty Fravel - Chorister Mrs. F. L. Brown - Organist I Prelude, nPraeludium Festivum from First Sonatan Becker Processional, nProcessiona1n Guiraud Invocation Rev. Raymond Touvell NWhen Children Prayn Fenner High School Girls' Chorus Hymn, nGod of Our Fathersn No. 496 Scripture Reading Rev. Clyde E. Weigle NAll Glory, Laud, and Honorn Teschner-Cain High School Girls' Chorus Baccalaureate Sermon . n Bev. Coy L. Stager nThe Lord Bless You and Keep Youn Lutkin High School Girls' Chorus Benediction Rev. Lee M. Moore Recessional, nAllegro Moderaton Capocci GLASS NIGHT High School Audi. torium Tuesday, May 28, 1946 8:00 P. M. Claes Orchestra Address of Welcome Niles Amey Class Orchestra A Salutatory, NOur Game of Life' George Deringer Class Song Betty Stair, Alice Clark History Miriam Dearth Willeke, James Banks Vocal Solo "Take Joy Home", Bassett Joyce Underwood Prophecy Jean Main. Richard Irwin Cornet Solo Paul Volckening Class Will Niles A-mey, Robert Gobin Vocal Solo Betty Stair Poem Chester Neff, Willa Crepe Boys' Sextet John Elliott, Niles Amey, James Banks, Robert Gobin, Chester Neff, Gene Gilbert Valedictory, "Let Us Build" Dorothy Rodgers Song WOne lorldn Glass Song Nkuld Lang Synen Class Taps' 'Sixty-Fourth Annual COMMENCEMENT High School Audi torium Tuesday, May 29, 1946 8215 P. M. Processional Bati ste High School Orchestra Invocation Revz Lee M. Moore Pavanne Norton Gould Andante from Surprise Symphony Haydn High School Orchestra Presentation of Speaker C. C. Roberson, Superintendent Address, 'Powers That Ben William L. Manahan Wwhen Love Is Kindn Traditional English Carol UJust A Wearying For Youn Bond ' Senior Girls' Ensemble Joyce Underwood, Patty Bice, Willa Crepe, Dorothy Rodgers, Lucretia Johnson, Lola Van Atta, Jean Main, Betty Stair, Virginia Schrauth Presentation of Class I. T. Warthman, Principal Presentation of Diplomas Dr. C. H. Freeman t President, Board of Education Benediction Rev. F. L. Brown Recessional Mendelssohn High School Orchestra Kelly Danford, Director ODE to the SENIORS by Willa Creps and Chester Neff O' Seniors we are, and we longingly gaze At azure horizons: our youth being drawn To fire the great world with ambition and song, And try to renew what has weakened and gone. Through the long centuries from medieval ages What thoughts have arisen to your mind and ours Concerning the heritage coming as in showers From long-dead ancestors and eternal sages? O' that the coming age will have done as well Toward leaving to earth culture eternal As our forbearers have enlightened the ages By their undying wisdom, phi1osophy's immortal. So have we entered, so shall we leave our experience Which then becomes memory--bitter and sweet. Let us remember those memories, for l1fe's street Will be enriched by memories' essence. O' Seniors we were and are new prepared To face the temptations and uncertainty of life To the fullest extent that we overcome strife And can pit our will against fate and be spared. So when we embark on 1ife's voyage we must think Of Him who helped us as sheep in the fold. Let us come unto Him and let ue behold The blessed message which the Master brings. Then as some of the mysteries of life unfold We wait with anticipating joy for the morrow: Always impatient until age and thought o'er takes Us on the path we follow for knowledge and gold. So as in youth we seek the glowing and wondrous star Sparkling like a fiery diamond on draped velvet We are now ready to reach yon shining star O'er the broad and pure highway heralding success. WILL As the Seniors of Ada High School go out into the big bad world they leave their prized high school possessions to the under class men and women as follows: To Miss Smith, our tolerant sponsor, and homeroom teacher we leave the fond hope that she will choose a better class for next year. Jim Banks leaves his address book to anyone with a car and a will to travel. , Paul Volckening leaves his hot trumpet to Clair McCurdy. CKeep it warm Clairlo Chester Neff leaves his acting ability to anyone who has trouble get- ting assignments. John Elliott leaves his brother, Charles, the task of furnishing rec- ords for high school parties. Agnes LaRue leaves her southern accent acquired in the senior play to Margie Zehner. Warren Fisher leaves his arguments in Social Problems Glass to someone who is less of a social problem. . June Parr leaves her height to Beryl Lindahlo Miriam Willeke leaves the office twice a day to go te the mail box. Lucretia Johnson leaves hor rod hair and freckles to Rush Ann McMil- len. Philip Bosse-Technical Phil leaves his technicalities to someone who 1on'r very technical, Cwo just found this in tho dictionarylo Dorothy Rodgers leaves her various high school tasks to Maurice Kling- 10Te , Ruby-Jo Creps leaves one of her many boy friends to Betty Tinslero Eugene Gilbert isn't going to leave Loretta to anyone, if he can help it. Betty Romick leaves her quiet personality to Bob Hubbell, make use of it, Bob. Betty Stair leaves her choir antics to anyone who can sing a chorus of America and be telling the latest gossip at the same time., Helen Huber loaves her recipe for boiling water to Joan Hays. Alice Clark 51115 hor store house of knowledge to Bob Allen. CGood luck, B0bye Wilma Langcnberg leaves her drum sticks to Ned Bonham. I Margaret 0'Brien leaves her golden blond hair to Jane Gilbert. Virginia Schrauth wills her saxophone, also a stand, to hold it up, to Edith Henry. James Carmean leaves his sharp wit and his bag of tricks to Art Amey. Cynthia Vince leaves music appreciation with no regrets. Lola Mae Van Etta leaves her vim and Nviggern to Sara Dobbins. Alice Anspach leaves her intelligent questions to Jean Snyder. Jack Dally wills his gift of gab to Jackie Lamb. George Deringer leaves Ada High for Ohio State. Ruby Thompson leaves her talent at the typewriter to Vera Morris. Willa Crepe wills her everlasting stamina to Doris Abbott. Charles Conley bequeaths his ability to get around on a basketball court to Lester Kindle. Joyce Underwood, the secretary, wills all the unpaid bills of this year's senior class to the senior class of next year. Jean Main, the softball dynamo, wills her powerful pitching arm and beautiful form to Gloria Welsh. Pearl Gossard leaves home economics class hoping that some daring young freshman gilr will finish the dress she has been working on for the last year. Patty Bice leaves her stop watch to anybody that can make it from home to school in three seconds flat. Kathleen Dearth leaves her ability to get along with the underclassmen to Margie Scott. Mark McPheron leaves his innumberable stories to Jim Marshall. Roger Murray the Texan, leaves his boots and saddles to Neal Davis falong with a can of gluel. Richard Irwin leaves his fluctuating romances and road map to Clyde High. New that all this is said and dons, Bob Gobin and Niles Amey will leave Ada High as quietly as possible. In witness whereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and would affix a seal if we had one, on this twenty eight day of lay in the year of Nineteen hundred and forty-six. Niles Ame! Bob Gobin PROPHECY Hichard Irwin and Jean Main I ' The various members of the Senior Class soon will be going their separate ways and living in different parts of the world they will not be able to follow the progress of their fellow classmates. We, Richf ard Irwin and Jean Main, Prophets of Ada High School, have decided to let you all take a glimpse into the future of our famous Class of'46.' Now what have we here---the vision is getting clearer---It is--- Well---what do you know---ROGER MURRAY has become a commander in the United States Navy and, as other sailors, has a girl in every port. MARK McPHERON after reading Charles Atlas' books has taken the title of WThe World's Most Perfectly Developed Man.W JAMES BANKS after his many escapades has finally withdrawn to the hills of Tennessee, where he will reside forever as a bachelor. We see a handsome doctor and a cute little nurse in the Ada Memorial Hospital--OH! and that is not a cat BOB GOBIN and ALICE ANSPACH are cutting up. We see PHILIP BOSSE as head spark-plug tester at Wall's Wrecker Ser- vice. PATTY BICE, the great would-be-psychologist, is now trying her methods of psychology on hor five children. CHESTER NEFF, the cartoonist, is drawing a comic strip called WGrave1 Gertie vs. Flattopn for the Ada Herald. PEARL GOSSARD and JUNE PARR are chief cooks in Chi1de's Restaurant in Times Square, New York. JACK DALLY can be seen hitching the horses and chasing his many child- ren from the barn. CHARLES CONLEY is seen slowly drifting down Hog Creek trolling for trout s ALICE CLARK, JOBIE CREPS, and CYNTHIA WINCE can be seen as old faith- ful grade school teachers--and what they are learning from the kids. Now we take a look on the ship USS Waterlogg and what do we see but USwabbieN CARMEAN swabbing the poop deck. WARREN FISHER has just finished a series of pamphlets for the govern- ment on UHow To Raise Pigs.U NILES AMEY, the well-known coach of Notre Dame is retiring to coach a football team composed of his eleven children. GEORGE DERINGER has just been appointed head of the Soil Conservation Programs RUBY THOMPSON finds it hard to take dictation and sit on the boss's lap at the same time. Going past Van's Beauty Salon we see LOLA VAN ATTA slapping a mud pack on the local society woman. HELEN HUBER. Ten years from now we see JOHN ELLIOTT looking over vocation books still trying to decide his vocation. JOYCE UNDERWOOD is singing for the Metropolitan Opera. Her most fee mous number is Figero. We see the highly domesticated RED JOHNSON doing her Tuesday's wash while Tom, Dick, and Junior are running around the tub. PAUL VOLCKENING is seen playing his cornet with Duke Ellington's band. He has the distinction of being the only white man in the band. MARGARET O'BRIEN is signed up with a woman's baseball team in Bolder- town, New Jersey. While baseballs are hard to get and husbands are easy--she uses them for practice. We see MIRIAM DEARTH WILLEKE watching Orland doing the supper dishes. Then-we see him watching her do the chores. GENE GILBERT in his high school days was always chasing a tall blonde- now that some blonde is chasing Gene. with a brooml Now as we take a brisk walk down the street ---- what do we see but DOROTHY RODGERS, the only lady congress woman to be impeached, selling violets on the corner of Hollywood and Vine. WILMA LANGENBERG is the official gum tester for Fleers Tripple-Mint Chewing Gum Company. AGNES LA RUE and KATE DEARTH can both be seen as the perfect American housewives. Incidently, Agnes learned quite a bit of household tasks in the senior play where she appeared as Rheba. BETTY STAIR and WIDDIE CREPS are really old salts now, being on life guard duty at the Great Salt Lake in Utah. JEAN MAIN, owner of the Broken Dude Ranch in Southern California. has Just gone out to the corral to see which is being broken the horse or the manp4ah--and look closer--who is the man but that WEver trying to break a broncn--DICK IRWIN. In a Babylonian Drug Store we see GEDIE SCHRAUTH filling out a pre- scription for Lumbago Arthorito. BETTY ROMICK, the great nurse, is now known as Florence Nightingale II of the Coconut Hospital located two miles east of the equator. MISS BMITH,aftsr retiring and making a fortune at dear old A. H. S., is a resident in a rich Chicago suburb. Now that you have seen into the future of the class you will know where to contact them, if you ever so desire. CLASS HISTORY FOR CLASS OF 1946 Tonight there sits before you one of the greatest classes ever to graduate from Ada High. Out of this class, eleven of the present thirty-nine students started their school days at the south building fourteen at the north building--and nineteen of that same twenty-five have completed their entire school career in good old Ada. Six that started back there in 1934 later CamG back to graduate with us. Miss Gallant and Miss Wehevvwith a bangu started us off towards the goal of graduation which we have attained. In the second grade Miss Reese and Miss Whitworth taught us some of the things a second grader ought to know. In the third grade, Miss Kelly and Miss McBride taught us not to tease the younger boys and girls by means of cracking of hands with a yard stick. In the fourth grade Miss Rundell and Mrs. Tallman took over and tried to teach us just how multiplication and division was SUPPOSED to be done. During this year the Hspelling been between the north and south buildings proved to be the cause of loads of excite- ment. In 1938 we were pretty well grown up--we thought--getting to go upstairs and use Miss Wagner's and Miss McWilliams' rooms. During our fifth grade we were taught how to get out of the building in case of a fire--down those strips of iron, better known as fire escapes. At the beginning of the year, the two buildings were united into one fifth grade. At first this caused a lot of rivalry. In the sixth grade we were really growing up fast. Now each class was given the opportunity to change class rooms instead of the teachers doing the changing. Mr. Miller and Mrs. Underwood were our home room teachers. We can all re- member how Mrs. Underwood gave true and false tests and all the ans- wers were true and how Mr. Miller taught us how to make snow forts and play baseball. On rainy days we could go into the auditorium and play checkers, dominoes, and so forth. Near the end of the school year we were invited by the seventh graders over to the high school building to visit for a WHOLE day. We were bewildered by all the various bells and even more surprised at the noise and confusion when the classes moved. Our sixth grade graduation exercise was the greatest event we had known. We all had new clothes and spoke our pieces just so. From the sixth grade, fifty lost and exceedingly stupid kids came stringing out to Nthe old brain factory,H better known as Ada High School, where they began their notorious careers. Many of the high school teachers thought it was a useless attempt to keep such fugi- tives from Wthe house of correctionn under control--but look at us now, the greatest class ever to graduate from this great school. Dur- ing this seventh year we had as able sponsors Miss Baum and Miss Mc- Donald. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Hoops and the ever-faithful Mrs. Hawk, we managed the eighth grade. Most of the year was spent in pre- paration for the eighth grade tests which came in April. Dorothy Rod- gers, of course, led the group as she has through her entire school years. For our eighth grade assembly we gave a short play from Shake- spears. Fifty-one students began their high school life under the leader- ship of Robert Gobin as president and Mr. Zimmer, class Sponsor. To swell our ranks, Roger Murray and Niles Amey joined our class. Our boys were allowed to participate in a few sports, as were ourrgirls permitted Bo Join the G. A. A. We were also honored -by attending the high school parties. In the sophomore year we were honored by having the big study hall for our home room and Mr. Roy Iams as our sponsor. Jean Main reigned over the class as president. We are now taking our place in the Interclass Contest for the first time. Dorothy Rodgers, Chester Neff,Patty Bice and Miriam Dearth CWillekel represented us and brought us to victory. Our original stunt also won top honors, and so the great sophomore class ruled the Spanish Banquet on the following night. During this year Chester Neff and Lucretia Johnson joined us. Our boys were members of the Hi-Y and our girls were taken into the G. R. for the next year. The F. H. A. and F. F. A. also attracted a num- ber Of Our group. The football and basketball squads showed that there were a good many Sophomores interested in sports. Under the leadership of Paul Volckening and sponsorship of Miss Edna Buehler, we started the many tasks that confront a struggling Junior. This year was one of great excitement as we thought of pro- ducing a class plan and sponsoring a banquet and prom for the seniors of that year. WBest Foot Forwardn was selected for our debut in act- ing--and what a debut--by POPULAR demand we presented our play the second time. Class assignments were forgotten and we later thought about the junior-senior prom. The gymnasium was cleverly decorated with the theme of WThe River of the Roseau being used throughout all designs. We had a real river and bushels and bushels of roses. The interclass contest is nothing to speak of as we lost, but nevertheless our contestants put a lot of time and effort oniheir projects. Doro- thy Rodgers, Chester Neff, Patty Bice and Miriam Dearth Cwiiiskeb rs- presented us again this year. The stunt was our shining point, howw ever, s we took it foroar second year. To perfect the perfect, the class of '46 undertook their senior year with an enthusiasm which has never before echoed down the halls of Ada High School. With practically all the boys represented on the football squad, six on the basketball squad and baseball we once again started,-you can see that sports were one of the greates high- lights of the entire year. INCIDENTALLY, the seniors won the inter- class contest for the second time, and the stunt for the third conse- cutive year. Dorothy Rodgers, Chester Neff, Lucretia-Johnson, and Robert Gobin Represented us, As the year drew to a close the clall was very sorry to lose one of its classmates, Roger Murray, to the U. 5. Navy. However, here's the best of luck to you and navy blues, Roger. For the senior play, we produced the three act comedy entitled WYou Can t Take It With Youn which proved to be a very great success. The only new recruit added to our ranks this year was the one and only Mark Anthony McPheron. We were honor guests later in the year, at the annual Junior-senior banquet and prom. We had a grand evening and wish to express our gratitude to the junior class for all their efforts and co-operation with Miss Huber in planning this gala affair. Piloted by Niles Amey as president, Robert Gobin as vicedpresi- dent, Joyce Underwood as secretary, Richard Irwin as treasurer and under the sponsorship of Miss Evelyn Smith, we completed the senior year safe and sound and present ourselves for your approval. ' Now with sad hearts we say goodbye to Ada High and start along 1ife's way. We thank you for the greatest days of our lives. May we soon reach our goal of success and look back and say that Ada High was really our foundation--and a good one too. THANKS A MILLION FOR THE MEMORIES AND GOOD LUCK TO THE REST OF YOU. - Y h Signed and sealed by Mrs. Miriam Willeke James Oliver Banks CLASS MOTTO: NTHE TIMBER LIES BEFORE US, LET US BUILD.H CLASS FLOWER: GARDENIA CLASS COLORS! KELLY GREEN AND WHITE We APPRECIATION 4 want to express a sincere appreciation to all those groups who, in combined effort, have made the 1946 WWeU an actuality. To Miss Smith and her typists we are greatly indebted for all the mimeograph work found in these pages... To To To To To To We the Green Studio for our senior and group pictures... Mt. Lamb for his snorts and activity pictures.... the Ada Herald for our advertising pages .... our many advertisers .... the contributions of the various school organizations.. the Commercial Lithograph of Lima for our picture pages express our profound thank you! THE STAFF SENIOR DIRECTORY Amey, Niles Bosse, Philip C. Football 2.3,4 Class Play 3,4 Student Council Sec. 3 Monitor 4 Basketball 2,3,4 Hi-Y 2,3 Pres. 4 Baseball 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Class Pres. 4 Boys Ensemble 1 Intramurals l,2,3 Freshman Basketball l Anspach, Alice Columbus Schools l Dayton Schools 2 Ada High School ' G. RZ 5,4 G. A: A. 3,4 Librarian,4 Girls' Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Glass Play 4 Office Practice 4 Banks, James iand l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Class Play .,4 Basketball 2,3,4 Football 2,3 Monitor 4 General Scholarship 4 Librarian 2 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Bice, Patty Class Play 3,4 Interclass Contest 2,3 General Scholarship 1.2.3 Senior Scholarship 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 Drum Majorett 3 G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Glass ViceePres. 2 Annual Staff 3,4 Paper Staff 1,a3,4 Office Practice 4 Latin Club 2 Football 4 Class Play 3,4 Student Council 4 Monitor 4 Basketball 2,3,1. Hi-Y 2,3,4 Senior Scholarship 4 Baseball 4 Band 2,3,4 Orchestra 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Class Vice-Pres. l ' Projection Club l,2,3,4 General Scholarship 3 Freshman Basketball 1 Carmean, James Hi-Y 4 Football 3,4 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 General Scholarship 4 Monitor 4 Class Play 3,4 Clark, Alice General Scholarship 2,4 Librarian 2 Senior Scholarship 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 Intramurals l,2,3 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 G. R. 3, Treasa 4 Paper Staff 2,3,4 Latin Club 2 National Honor Society 4 Conley, Charles Football 3,4 Monitor 4 Hi-Y 4 F. F. A. 1,2,3 Projection Club l,2,3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Creps, Jobie G, A. A. l,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 Paper Staff l F. H. A. 1 Period Hall Monitor 4 Crepe, wine Eiimrn, John G. R. 3,4 G. A. A. l,2,4, Vice Pres. 3 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 3 Social Committee 4 Freshman Chorus l Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Cheerleader 2,3,4 Band 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Paper Staff l,2,4 Senior Scholarship 4 General Scholarship 2 Latin Club 2 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Drum Majorette 1,3 National Honor Societ Dally, Jack Football 2,3,4 Basketball 2,3 Hi-Y 4 Band Class Play 4 Dearth, Kathleen F. H. A. 2,3,4 Librarian 3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Freshman Chorus l Girls' Chorus 4 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Latin Club 4 Deringe r, Geo rge Football 2,3,4 Class Play 3 Student Council 2, Vi Monitor 3 Period Hall Monitor 4 Projection Club l,2,3 Hi-Y 3,4 F9 F' Ao 1,2,3 Press Senior Scholarship 4 y 4 ce Pres. 4 ,4 4 Football l,2,3,4 Basketball 2,3,4 Baseball 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Student Council Sec. Hi-Y 2,3,4 Paper Staff l,2,3,4 Monitor 4 General Scholarship Senior Scholarship 4 Class Play 3,4 Social Committee 2,3 Fisher, Warren Football 4 Class Play 3,4 Monitor 3 Hi-Y 3,4 F. F. A. l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Baseball 4 Projection Club 3,4 Gobin, Robert Class Pres. l Class Vice Pres. 4 F0oQball l,2,3,4 Basketball 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Social Ogmmittee 2,4 Class Play 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 3,4 Monitor 3 Interclass Contest 4 Science Club 4 Assembly Committee 4 Natignal Honor Socie Gossard, Pearl General Scholarship 1,z,:5,4 G. A. A. 3.4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Baseball 4 F. H. A. 3,4 Salutatorian 4 Mixed C1101"11S 4 National Honor Society 4 3 ty 4 Gilbert, Eugene Football 3,4 Class Play 4 Monitor 4 Hi-y 3,4 Baseball 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4, Huber, Helen c-. R. 3,4 G. A. A. 1,2,s,4 F. H. A. l,2, Vice Pres.3 Pres. 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Girls' Chorus 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Irwin, Richard Football 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Student Council 4 Monitor 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Hi-y 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Class Treasurer 4 Projection Club 3,4 Johnson, Lucretia G. A. A. l,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Paper Staff 3 Annual Staff 3 Freshman Chorus l Latin Club 2 Interclass Contest 4 Intramurals 1 Langenberg, Wilma Librarian 4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Freshman Chorus l Intramurals l G. A. A, l,2,3,4 G. R. ,4 TQ H0 0 1 LaRue, Agnes Class Play 4 Student Council 3 Period Hall Monitor 4 Senior Scholarship 4 General Scholarship 2 Librarian 3 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 G. R. Sec. 3,4 Annual Staff 3 Paper Staff l,2 Latin Club 2 Main, Jean Ann Class Play 3,4 Band Orchestra 1,2,3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 G. A. A. l, Treas.2,3,4 G. R. 3, Pres. 4 Annual Staff 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Football Queen 4 Cheerleader 3,4 Drum Majorette 3 Class Pres. 2 Social Committee 3,4 Office Practice 4 McPheron, Mark Louisville Male School Class Vice Pres. 1 Safety Patrol l R. O. T. C. 2,3,4 Crack Squml 2,3 Staff Sgt. 3 First Lt. 4 Ada High School Hi-y 4 Period Hall Monitor 4 Murray, Roger Hi-y 4 Intramurals 2.3.4 Football 4 Monitor 4 Neff, Chester Fostoria High School Freshman Players Ada High School Class Play 3,4 Interclass 2,3,4 Monitor 3 Hi-Y 2,3 Sec.-Treas.4 General Scholarship 2 Band 3,4 Orchestra 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Annual Staff 3, Pres.4 Class Sec. 3 O'Brien, Margaret F. H, A. l,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 G. A. A. 1,3,4' Freshman Chorus l Parr, June G. A. A. l,2,3,4 F. H. A. l,2,3,4 G. R. 4 Period Hall Monitor 4 Rodgers, Dorothy G. A. A. 1,2 G. R. 3,4 Paper Staff 1,2 As. Ed.3, Editor 4 Student Council l, Pres.4 Senior Scholarship 4 General Scholarship 1,2,3, Valedictorian 4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus l,2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Intramurals 1,2 Interclass 2,3,4 National Honor Society 4 Romick, Betty Freshman Chorus l Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Ge Ae Ao l,2,3, Int1'8.eMgI'Q4 G. R. 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Period Hall Monitor 4 Latin Club 2 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Schrauth, Virginia G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 -G. R. 3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 General Scholarship l,2,4 Senior Scholarship 4 Paper Staff l,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Freshman Chorus 1 Class Play 3,4 Intramurals l,2,4 Stair, Betty Class Play 3,4 Monitor 4 Cheerleader 2,3,4 Football Queen Att Senior Scholarship Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3, Girls' Chorus 3,4 Freshman Chorus 1 Intramurals l,2,3, G. A. A. l,2,3,Int G. R. 3,4 Annual Staff 2,3 Class Sec.1, Treas Latin Club 2 National Honor Soc Thompson, Ruby Girls' Chorus 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Freshman Chorus 1 G. R. 3,4 G. A. A. l,2,3, Se Fl Ho Ao 1, 4 Class Play 4 Underwood, Joyce Librarian 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3,4 Freshman Chorus l G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 G. R. 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Class Sec. 4 4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 4 I endant 4 4 4 T94 M5134 . 3 iety 4 0.4 Van Atta, Lola Mae Willeke, Miriam Class Play 4 Band l,2,3,4 Period Hall Monitor 4 Orchestra 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 4 G. R. Vice Pres.3,4 Freshman Chorus l Class Play 3 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Interclass 2,3 G. A. A. 1,2,5,Pros.4 General Scholarship l,2, F. H. A. 1,4 Student Council 2 G. R. 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Football Queen Attendant 4 Girls' Chorus 2 Freshman Chorus 1 Volckoning, Paul Mixed Chorus 2 Georgia Military College Latin Club 2 R. O. T. C. 2 Office Practice 4 Ada High School Secretary to School 4 Football 4 Class Play 5,4 Winco, Cynthia Interclass 4 G. R. 3,4 Class Treas.l, Pres.3 G. A. A. 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 3 Orchestra 1,3,4 Band l,5,4 Hi-YB, Vice Pres.4 Basketball 3,4 Monitor 3 4 dam 9 ANA f X 5 Q! gp MKS? W? MQW f A wwqw i wg MMQUW V '. xf 6,:' pk WAS fUl'7V'W J' -' wx W , fdjsxkbf wfilawfg QfL ,,J"f bww MW? Www P mmf-1Q+ ' 4' :P nf' ' .away ik nigga x T ,Z gx xl W CTWWJ EENEE S W7 R v 'bf ..... , we 'vgxx xx Q . V' xi X' E SN K XX --s'...: '- :e's:k.2s I . '1.. ff gg --2.1 ff:-. iw 'Ji-f 12525--12-eg " 'm il 'Q XQQ x W -- u,A y-- 5f:'s:,':::,: -..4f- A, ' :f.:lf 11- 5.3.1 ' ' ' ' -1 21.5-av' 7 1 A.:14Z:1'-'Q-E: Z., . .1 . ' .f1:4:155':5""Uf": r.1::e., SUCCESS IN YOUR EVERY UNDERTAKING HARRY J. SOUSLEY INSURANCE SERVICES PHONE 200 BASKETBALLS VOLLEYBALLS F O O T B A L L S Ohio - Kentucky Manufacturiag Co. 'IR D A, 0 H I 0 Variety Athletic Goods BASEBALL GLOVES PUNCHING BAGS BOXING GLOVES ADA, OHIO K I N G LUMBER COMPANY ROOFING LUMBER PAINTS PHONE 77 MAIN 81 SON Pure Oil Service ON THE SQUARE PHONE 12 ADA, OHIO ouk BEST WISHES TO You Au. THE ADA THEATER AND ODEON THEATER The ADA HERALD EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES ADA HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1946 MARATHON GAS Q on. Complete Lubrication Battery Charging ACCESSORIES Car Washing O. H. McElroy 81 Son PHONE 325 FROM 5c to S1 and Up 5c to S1 and Up C O N N ' S FOR Stationery Toiletries Candy Fon Yoon SCHOOL NEEDS MCELROY MARKET Fresh Vegetables Meats GROCERIES 411 South Main Street PHONE is ADA, oH1o GENERAL ELECTRIC DEALER J. S. MAIN 112 WEST BUCKEYE AVENUE GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES COLE INSURANCE G89 RO B E R T CO L E "oN THE SQUARE" MRS. oLA MILLER HAT and DRESS SHOP "IT PAYS TO DRESS WELL" ADA, oH1o SOUTH MAIN MEA T MARKET 315 South Main Street PHONE 143 HOME KILLED MEATS ...We Aim to Please... CLARK BRIDENBAUGH Community Oil and Gas Complete Lubrication D E L I V E R Y Car Washing Accessories VIRGIL TROWBRIDGE 218 W. Buckeye Ave. Phone Blue 278 K o f I e e K u p IRVIN W. DERRINGER, Owner and Manager LUNCHES DINNER SHORT ORDERS 130 South Main Street PHONE 88 ADA, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF CLUM'S MARKET GROCERI ES MEATS PHONE 61 Quolify of Lowest Prices ADA DRUG STORE S. D. PEPER, Owner PHONE 68 Compliments of REAM'S HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING ELECTRIC WIRING DEVOE'S PAINTS J. W. ME R T Z HARDWARE GY-9 B. P. S. PAINTS CHILDREN'S GAMES G. E. MAZDA LAMPS GARDEN TOOLS SEEDS JOHNSON WAX POLISH CARPENTER TOOLS PI-IoNE 134 ADA, on-no COMPLIMENTS OF WOODlE'S JEWELRY STORE Compliments of the First National Bank ADA, OHIO . If lt's Cleanable We Can D 0 I T W E L L PEERLESS CLEANERS 119 South Main Street PHONE 22 SINCERE SERVICE .SINCE 1905 LANTZ and CRETORS FUNERAL HOME ADA Phone 233 OHIO' COMPLIMENTS OF G RE E R ' S CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS POVENMIRE'S FOOD STORE PREMIER FINE FOODS AND Choice Fresh ond Smoked Meats Hoover Creamery PASTEURIZED MILK BUTTER ICE CREAM Phone 343 - Ada, Ohio DANA E. WELSH DRUGS BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES C ROGHAN NAME CARDS A Complete Line SUPERIOR IN QUALITY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP THE CROGHAN ENGRAVING and PRINTING COMPANY FREMONT, OHIO 1 WHERE WILL I MEET YOU? At The SANDWICH SHOP Of Course! SANDWICHES S O U P S S A L A D S A SPECIALTY FOUNTAIN SERVICE BUD and LUKE'S SANDWICH SHOP A GOOD PLACE TO BUY School Suppl ies Cosmetics Stotionery MESSlCK'S Sc to Sl STORE ADA, OHIO A D A D A I R Y Pasteurized Dairy Products M I L K ICE CREAM' BUTTER II MOORE'S . NEWS STAND MAGAZ I N ES : N EWSPAPERS CONFECTIONERY TO BACCOS VAN'S GENERAL STORE PHONE 246 EVERYTHING for F A R M ond I-I O M E A COMPLIMENTS , OF IDLE HOUR RECREATION ROOM SS O10 Best Wishes to the Closs of I9-46' CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1946 HARRIET M. GREEN STUDIO 407 SOUTH MAIN STREET ADA, OHIO Boulwell Garage SERVICE STATION TIRES - BATTERIES PHONE 312 The.ALLEN BARBER SHOP As Always - At Your Service HARLEY DOUGLASS nag COMPLIMENTS OF KROGER GROCERY and BAKING CO. THE HABIT COMPLIMENTS OF ADA WATER COMPANY GIFTS for GRADUATION T H E F A S H I 0 N 104 North Main Street PHONE 93 C. S. JAMESON Dealerin HIGH QUALITY COAL FORMERLY WOLFROM'S Phone 339 COMPLIMENTS OF ERNSBERGER MILLING CO PHONE 205 ADA, OHIO Damian FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE SUPREME DRY CLEANING for QUALITY CLEANING CALL 26 512 SOUTH MAIN STREET Opposite Ohio Northern Campus COMPLIMENTS OF THE L i m a Telephone 8: Telegraph C o m p a n Y COMPLIMENTS OF' ADA-KENTON FARM SERVICE THE ADA FARMERS EXCHANGE COMPANY DEALERS IN GRAINS SEEDS FEEDS FARM SUPPLIES PHONE 98 ADA, OHIO The LIBERTY BANK SINCE 1902 RESOURCES 52,000,000 A D A LOCKER SERVICE Home of C LOVER FARM FOODS AMSTUTZ SANITARY HATCHERY SUPPLIES-FEED BABY CHICKS We Con't Repo' Them All But We Do the Rest of Them WALLPAPER and PAINTS PHONE 240 ADA, OHIO PHONE 79 ADA' OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF GARDNER'S DRUG STORE L E A D E R SCHOOL SUPPLIES S T 0 R E DRUGS SOOAS LIMA, OHIO ADA, OHIO Sohio Servicenter COMPLIMENTSOF LUBRICATION TIRE REPAIR GAS OIL C G A L C O ORGE S , Mgr-OTT PRICE Bauqfzm-an Qaeenfwwie CORSAGES Potted Plants Cut Flowers PHONE 170 Furniture Electric Appliances C L O T H l N G SAM'L. G. BLA TTNER 8. SONS USE OUR BUDGET PLAN Main and Spring Streets LIMA, OHIO HERF-JONES COMPANY Manufacturing Jewelers AND STA TIONERS 1407-1419 North Capitol Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana KAY'S JEWELRY STORE 129 North Main Street LIMA, OHIO "Everything Musical" Zender Music Store HANK ARMANTROUT 134 East High Street Lima, Ohio Compliments of THE AHLENIUS COMPANY FOXIiE'S RADIO SHOP 126 South Main Street PHONE 5 ADA, OHIO BRECK'S CLOTHING DRY GOODS YARD GOODS NOTIONS SHOES Lurr a. GARDNER 'GARAGE CARL LUFT, Proprietor General Repair and Machine Work Welding Battery Charging 118 East Lincoln Avenue MINISTERS- Rev. Lee M. Moore Church of Christ Rev. Coy L. Stager St. Mark's Lutheran Church Rev. Raymond M. Touvell First Presbyterian Church Rev. Frank L. Brown First Methodist Church Rev. Clyde Weigle First Baptist Church H DENTISTS - Dr. C. W. Breck Dr. A. L. Tipple MEDICAL DOCTORS - Dr. John Cramer CHIROPRACTORS - Dr. J. T. John ' Dr. Wayne Morehart SURGEON and OSTEOPATH- Dr. A. H. 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