Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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' W O R K A N D x -Q 'I W HOME IOONUMICS A N D INDUSTRIAL A RTS' VH .AL R 11, T: 'E ZNMH 1 ra2"1"1w 1 Eb X, Caf3'fo'4I'U lllbh Lhmxh 'CD Zmzuhmzoo PIO -ZZK 'sq R D O F E D MPO Mr Q Rev 0 Mr. Dr. Dr. Mr. Frank Detrick S. D. Peper Lee Moore C. C. Roberson Floyd Elliot C. H. Freeman Earl Huber U G A T I O N Clerk Vice-President Superintendent President L. Mr. C. C. Roberson Superintendent Mr. Warthman is greatly admired by 'the students of Ada High School. He has proved himself a friend to one and all, and has always been free in giving advice and en- couragement to his students. By his tireless energy and honest effort he has rendered a great service to Ada High School. Mr. Roberson is a sincere friend Whose every effort has been toward a quiet furtherance of Ada High School's traditions and whose every aspiration has been the highest and noblest. His just dealings with the students have created a fond affection in the hearts of those who have comein contact with him. it I, , n l i 1 w Mr. I. T. Warthman Principal Mr. Mr. Miss Mr. Miss Miss Miss FACULTY DIRECTORY C. C. Roberson - Superintendent Oakland City College, Indiana B. S. Ohio State University, M. A. I. T, Warthman - Principal, History, Chemistry Ohio University, B. S. in Education Ohio State University, M. A. Marian Archibald - Social Science, English Bowling Green State University, B. S. in Education Ohio State University Joseph Banks - Industrial Arts, Coach Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Edna Buehler - English, Mathematics Ohio Northern University, A. B. Ohio State University - Bowling Green State University Mabel Crawford - Ass't. Principal, English, Latin Denison University, Ph.B. Columbia University, M. A. Frances Detrick - Commercial Course Ohio State University, B. S. in Education Elon College, North Carolina Mr. J. J. Kreglow ' Agriculture Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Ohio State University, B. S. in Education Marjorie Omler - Physical Education Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Health and Physical Education Arthur Pfeil - Physics, Mathematics Ohio State University, B. S. University of Cincinnati, Civil Engineering Kenneth Shoemaker - Biology, Coach Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Columbia University Orlo Sprunger - Vocal, Instrumental Music Kent State University, B. S. in Education Ohio State University - Bluffton College Hazel Tallman - Science, English Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Pearl Underwood - Social Science, English, Speech Ohio Northern University, B. S. in Education Wooster Summer School Barbara Williams - Home Economics so Ohio State University, B. S. in Home Economics ,vw ,....:.,.v.:- ,- affw EDN A BUEHLER A f ' f IULIA OBENOUR SECRETARY ORLO SPRUNGER -1 -1 gr-:ffgf MARIAN ARCHIBALD ALICE DETRICK --I I . MARIORIE OMLER HAZEL TALLMAN X. if r fe lx F ... IOSEPH BANKS 1 J 5 A. ? 9 V, u I I MABEL CRAWFORD ARTHUR PFEIL WF' I i I Iii, l F 1 i PEARL UNDERWOOD 49 M- - L C, J. ,z I A ul. I. I. KREGLOW 7 ' ' iffhv k Y 'A"Lf?'?'ZT'T '- 1 Y' y 'w w 'Q , Lwz, . V! 41, T. A'-., V 'L .' IH . r L A 9 . ., 71, 11 V, . k , ' Q ' , f 5 ' A f- L A ' ?L4f'f'?PT6-,iiif " A f' 7 .V 'M if" 'ff , 2451- j W l R 2 A j at 5- 7 f Ziff KENNETH SHOEMAKER ...qi A J -J'-Q 3 X X 'L ,f , K 1 BARBARA WILLIAMS u " " 1 1, , , P 1, o gp, .V-A -Y- on swap JACK SCHINDLER V489 Died May 24, 1947 With your happy smile, your harmless mischief, your buoyant spirit, your earnest faith, you made our world a little better for your being here. UFaith builds a bridge across the gulf of deathfw Edward Young iii ' Q N CLASS OFFICERS Karl SIDHI' President Robert Daft Vice President Shirley Hindall Secretary Patricia Thompson Treasurer STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES Sara-Lou Dobbins Jackie Lamb Robert Bridenbaugh Karl Spar ORGANIZATION HEADS Sara Lou Dobbins Student Council Janice Howbert Y-Teens Paul Van Atta Hi-Y, F.F.A. Jackie Lamb G.A.A. Jean Snyder Purple and Gold Shirley Hindall Annual MOTTO: Tonight we launch: where shall we anchor? FLOWER: Red Rose ' COLORS: Red and Gray Never in history has it been more necessary for students to achieve intellectual and social pcise,to be alert to the changing demands of the day, and to face the challenge of new problems with courage. Ada High School's highest hopes lie in the personal develonment of her individual students. Seniors, strive to fulfill these hopes! V uni KARL WILLIAM SPAR VIOLET EVA BALES L i Y f I . IACQUELINE IEAN SMITH SENIORS SHIRLEY IAYNE I-IINDALL IAMES R. GOBIN ROBERT G. BRIDENBAUGH iw? 2 IOHN ROBERT DAF1' MABEL CRAWFORD ADVISOR 'V 1 if VERA MAY WINGATE IANICE ANN HOWBERT PATRICIA ANN THOMPSON DEAN KLINGLER D' '1 v. , f I MARIORIE OMLER ADVISOR WP PAUL HENRY VAN ATTA SARA LOU DOBBINS 1, 'J 1 SE . , 1 s Q", ' 1 , s . K K 5 Y 1 A. I 1 EVELYN DERINGER CARL SMITH IR. JEAN MARIE PAUL H. GOBLE MARGARET SMITH ati SNYDER CHARLES PAUL BALLINGER ICDRS . ' f "gm +' .g' af. ah . - 1 ,Q , X Y 4. . ,W 5' Q- A ' . 1 , f . A V I, . A 1 1 , I ' J. A A , N f ' , s RUTH CAMPBELL GERALD ROBERT CRATES lj EVELYN GOSSARD IACQUELINE RAE LAMB i IOHN E. NEUBERT JEAN HURLBURT O AVONELLE EUNICE BURMAN Yr v MARILYN KLINGLER .Mx A R R Y SCOTT K. MURRAY , I up TWILA HENRY MARILYN LESLIE CHARLES VAN DYNE RUTH ANN McMILLEN --uw-3, DAVID LEWIS SOUSLEY DORIS IOAN CLUM J SENIORS PATSY MAE MOORE I ROBERT EUGENE WAGNER I: L "QE-29' BETTY LORINE BLANK 'Q IO!-IN E. WHITAKER RUTH WINCE 1'- .fgf ,, ' v -f .K , , ANNE C. MICHAEL Agfrvvf- F I' rf 4 I FLEMING CLAUDE BOWER IR. LLOYD WALTER AGIN N, .La IO ANN I-IAYS RUSSELL I. ZIMMER MIRIAM SNAKE SENIORS -BC' RAYMOND EARL GUYTON MARILYN BAKER . .. ,TB I nunms v. sorxm HONOR SOCIE Ty 'I-gf..-:gn . "R 433 -O . In fn. ,. :12:2:F11' .-'-32:25 "H - ' :72T2:15" 2 4LQ:' 1. 411. V.. . .1 1.1.2,-l - -Wu. I.. .'. 'I , . 'Si ,-saiasf' "Elin , g.g.:.- - ,. , 1 A:-15:3-' . .-,-,- - '.- . , 11:5 ','1,:,.-..- gg--' '.'..j..?.-:ahh I Ag. 'J22:11121z31:3rq1,'g:1" 'N --v.:-.1-.,-.--.g'." "--".?Q.1.E1'-1 1' 'Fu ,ns .'.,..' ..... . ., , H.. .. A . . . ., . ..' '.'. .-.-,',. :.'.y.'.- ' Cl First Row Second Row Third Row Iburth Row Fifth Row Sixth Row No Pictures JUNIORS Mrs. Pearl Underwood fAdviserj, Evonda McMillan KVice- Presidentj, Patty Motter CPresidontj, Janet Herrod QSec- rotary-Treasurerj, Miss Edna Buehler CAdviserD. Audrey Hover CStudent Gouncilj, John Eddy, Marcia Marshall, Dee Klingler, Norma Romiek, John Weishampel, Sara Jane Kreglow, Lowell Umphress CStudent Councill. Jane Gilbert, Irvin Hover, Betty Smith, Donald Paugh, Florence Miller, Robert Messick, Sara Willeke. Lois Harris,Willard Bailey, Mary Stuber,Joe Worthington, Doris Hoyt, Clyde Ernsberger,Edith Henry, Robert Harris. Patricia O'Brien, Harmon Binkley, Agnes Garver, Charles Binkley, De Lois Bowers. Robert Fisher, Maxine Deringer. Elizabeth Bicknell, Lloyd Keller, Dorothy Dearth, Robert Jump, Wanda Goseman, Loren Battles, Clnrabelle Smith, Joan Routson. Roy Grubaugh, Bill Klingler QStudent Gouncill, Stella LaRue, Jeannette Murray. . wh" -F' l.. - if 4 ,4.' ' 1 1 .' , wif, r . six.. AJ 1 , fb, 4 ,fe 1- 2-'111' xv , v 'Z nu 4 -an f I9 11. 1 L i 'W'r"" 1 ' 12" ,, . , ' l',f ' ' 3' , ' . ' ., J -, 'IL -L 1.1 1- "1'- Q ' 5 -U IW ' I - 31 311, Z' .2 -a Q T 4' f :1..... -5 J' ', 1 ' gr! X Q I 1-2 -Q1 1- L 'J 1 gf ' 1 -' W . 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Q51 an E: 'L i ""i X 1' 'yn First Row - Second Row Third Row - Fourth Row No Picture First Row - Second Row Third Row - Fourth Row Fifth Row - Sixth Row - No Picture SOPHOMORES Robert Binder, Vernetta Reed, Mr. Arthur Pfeil fAdviserl, Betty Michael, Russell Moore CStudent Councill. Blodwyn Reams. Barclay Marling, Barbara Agin, Lee Tinsler fSecretaryJ. Maxine Deringer fPresidentJ, Dean Dearth fTreasurer5, Patty Anspach, Ned Benham, Betty Collins. Gordon Moe, Kathryn Leslie, Don Gobin, Betty Hitchcock, Jack wood Cvice Presidenrb, Robert Cole, Mary High, Leo Motter, Carolyn Blank. Darlene Brown, Clare MeCurdy, Betty Klingler CStudent Councilj, George Parshall. Ilene Dearth, David Hunsicker, David Peoer, Dick Luginbuhl, Joan Wright, Ralph High, Herbert Ballinger. Charlotte loescher FRESHMEN Miss Marian Archibald fAdviserJ, Maurice Murray CPresidentD, Miss Frances Detrick fAdviserD. Norma Wright c5ecretary-Treasurerl, Carolyn Rayl fVice- Presidentl. Eddie Collins. Delores Mathewson, Marvin Hicks. Margaret Fisher, Clara Weishampel, Robert Cross, Mary Spallinger, Everette Swinney. Betty LaRue, John Marshall, Rose Ella Fox, Thomas Hubbell, Shirley Main, Clair Romick, Betty Marling, Wiuiam Pruitt, Betty Dodge, Jack Boutwell, Louise England. Paul McQuown, Donna Trowbridge, Ronald Moore, Betty Hardm Orville Brown, Marjorie Amstutz, Keith Stober, Shirley Young, Jerry Mathewson. Kay Church, Dale Grant. Ellen Collins. Wallace Rayl, Jo Ann Bicknell, Robert Gossman, Sara Collins, Roy Klingler, Joan Diefenderfer, Juanita Keller, Charles Moore, Joyce Smith CStudent Councill. Raymond Touvell, Mark Branstetter First Row Second Row Third Row Fourth Row Fifth Row No Picture First Row Second Row Third Row Eburth Row Fifth Row Sixth Row EIGHTH GRADE Ronald Parshall, Judith Moe, Howard Klingler, TPresidentD, Janet Welsh, Dorothy Jump, Mr. Banks CAdviserD. Twila Candler, Clair Kindle, Bonnie Mansfield, Neal Paugh, Billie Jean Dodge. Sonja Clay, Barbara Orders, Delores Hattery, Richard Marshall, Catherine Bower, Gloria Miller, Robert Read. Donald Van Atta, Shirley Hawley, Martha Jean Klingler, Clarence Garver, Joan Ream, Dorothy Sanderson, Shirley Stuber, Eugene Preston, Phyllis Reams. Joyce Harrod, Joseph Klingler, Sally Allen, Phillip Gilmore, Joyce Wolfley, Glenn Ernsberger, Carroll Neu, Donavin Zimmerly. Joan Thompson- SEVENTH GRADE Miss Williams, CAdviserD, Richard Smith, Shirley Thompson, CPresidentj, Wayne Fleming, Mrs. Tallman, CAdviserD. Janet Wright, Jimmie Guins, Jean Marshall,Wil1iam Gilbert, Daniel Snyder, Dottie Zehner, John Hays, 'Ellen Irene Smith, Robert Hooper. Bobby Hitchcock, Constance Conley, Charles Campbell, Patty Guins, Arden Searson, Shirley Marling, Roger Fleming, Anabel hotter, Fred Runser, Gloria Nichols, Richard Amstutz. Sam Weishampel, Shirley Battels, Jack Suhr, Jean Warthman, Lee Dabler, Patty Wright, James Crates, Eunice England, Dorothy Houser, Beverly Hattery, Richard Dicus. Betty Decker, Virginia Swearingen, 'Darlene Whitaker, Janice Grubaugh,f Tom y Tallman, Helen Smith, Richard Church, Bea Griffith, Patty LaRue, Hattie Hoyt,tShir1ey Tinsler. Peggy Clark, Ralph Spar, Mervin Rush, Patricia Spellman, Donald Mallow, Donald McCumber, Carl Dean Wagner, Beulah Branan, Charles Deringer, Bethel Brown, John Anspach. f-ff 4' 4- -vt ...nv- wo. '37 .ig 3455 QQ' -of 45, iris fi 19? fb -49' IW -s 'Q' gif ' 5. ' '-af, ,' ' I .,,.nn, F ' ' A "' .I ..' , ' fgfi-8' ,AWA W , -V.. f - . , " w,.. f A 551 l LI 'l 1 4. 1 . ,gi -2 V 1 V I -A 1 -vw. lgfai-.1 1 I . ' 1 V ,A A51 .. K V E L 'f wg" ,. jf' H: "' ' f J- ,Y A 3 ' l'. ' W" " 'TF FP, f us' K -'53 5 "" 19 F V :L ' ' " 'ff ' fi' if ' "J wiv .. 5 -C. K vi .' X - 4. Y 37 ' 'Y' M H "-1" , ' '.:f-"" 1 ' W- ' .--. Q- '1. - ' 1 'll ' -z A Y , Q r."'ny av, ,uakf - ij:-f N ' 'Fi' U .:.f ' -'f' n-pi ,, Q -,--me-, . 4 .I Q v 2 15, W w -.. I ,v 'Q I , - :- I 'S U J -:J-.T-A ., , , il- AL . W , hi H . -Slip' 1 rf X '-J f K TT ! 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Ko single person or thing is absolutely perfect. So this book has not attained perfection, but it re- presents the best efforts of the staff. Love's labor is never lost, and if, in the years to come, when the burdens of life are heaviest, this humble volume shall aid in recalling to mind the activities end friend- ships of youth, our labor shall not have been in vain, and the work in publishing this annual will be repaid. Shirley Hindall Editor Assistant Junior Editors Janet Harrod Evonda MoMillen Jackie Lamb Assistants Marcia.Harshall Jane Gilbert Jo Ann Hays Business Manager Sara Lou Dobbins Janice Howbert Assistants Margaret Smith Patty Anspach Betty Michael A Betty Blank Assistants Doris Clum Dorothy Dearth Jack Whitaker Assistant Paul Goble Jean Hurlburt Patty Moore Lloyd Agin Miss Mabel Crawford Typists Avonelle Burman Marilyn Baker Ruth Campbell Doris Clum Jo Ann Hays Twila Henry Jean Hurlburt Conv Editor Title Pages Feature Editor Photography Editor Sports Editor Staff Typist Staff Typist Lottcrer Adviser Marilyn Klinger Marilyn Leslie Patty Moore Margaret Smith Miriam Snare Patricia Thompson Vera Wingate Miss Frances Detrick Adviser In this 1948 Yearbook we, the staff, have worked faithfuhy toward at- taining our goal--the oortraval of high school life as Ada High Schoo1's students experience it day by day. If this is done, this yearbook or any yearbook is a success. 4.4 i . THL PURPLE AND GOLD Volume XVII of the Purple and Gold, the nofficial news voice of Ada High School,U was published throughout the school year by a selected staff with the co-operation of the administration, faculty, students, the Ada Herald, and the printing classes. Its form was changed this year from a small, three-column, eight-page monthly, to a larger four-column, four-page bi-weekly newspaper. Staff members met monthly to discuss problems, methods, and styles of writing, and to evaluate their work. Because of financial difficulties, the P Q G had a bake sale on January 31. The students responded enthusiastically to the appeal for their support in this project. A sophomore team and a junior team tied for first place in the amount of baked goods contributed to this highly successful sale. uChristmas,U nApril Special issues during the year included the Fool's,UVWho's tho,UVSenior,n and UThank Youu issues. The latter was the first paper published on the new press given by Mrs. George Stambaugh. and names as well as The paper attempted to emphasize individuals to cover the activities of all organizations and important events. News of the future, rather than the past, was stressed. A poll of student opinion on controversial and timely subjects was made under the sponsor- ship of the paper. The results of the poll were turned over to the Stu- dent Council and to the administration for their consideration and action. Members of the classes which printed the paper include Lowell Umphress and Harmon Binkley, student instructors, and George Parshall, Charles Moore, and Everette Swinney. The masthead of the Purple and Gold vas composed of the following: Jean Snyder aosnungnounnsosooicllouseaccesses .. Patty Matter, sara Dobbins Assistant Editors . Business Manager .. Advertising Manager Circulation Manager ... Feature Editor .... V Social Editor .... Exchange Editors .. Sports Editors .... Inquiring Reporter Faculty Adviser ... sul los e sooo 4 covoaoouaonnuu .. ............. Marcia Marshall Willard Bailey ... Maxine Deringer Jackie Smith Janet Harrod . :::.Setty Michael, Patty Anspach . ... Evonda McMillen, Jerry Crates Lee Tinsler I' """'fff'vi33'aa36ara Williams ................. ....... Mr. Joseph Banks Printing Adviser .. Other members of the staff included: Marilyn Baker, Violet Bales, Peggy Clark, Joan Diefenderfer, Louise England, Agnes Garver, Wanda Gossman, Joyce Harrod, Jean Hurlburt, Betty Klingler, Sara Kreglow, betty LaRue, Stella LaRue, Shirley Main, Maurice Murray, Gloria Nichols, Wallace Rayl, Betty Smith, Claribel Smith, Joyce Smith, Dan Snyder, Virginia Swearinger, EveretmeSwinney, Donna Trowbridge, Clara Weishampel, Shirley Young. THE STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is composed of twelve student faculty adviser. The members are as follows: members and one Sara Lou Dobbins, President... .... Twelfth grade- . Karl Spar, Vice-President .... .... Twelfth grade Jackie Lamb, Secretary .......... .... Twelfth grade Audrey Hover, Treasurer ............. Eleventh grade Russell Moore, Sergeanteat-arms ........ Tenth grade Bob Bridenbeugh ...................... Twelfth grade Lowell Umphress ..... .... Eleventh grade William Klingler .... .... Eleventh grade Betty Klingler.. .. ...... Tenth grade Joyce Smith... .... Finth grade Janet Welsh ,.... ...Eighth grade Gloria Nichols ....... ... .... Seventh grade The general purpose of this council is Hto promote wholesome and efficient relationship between the student organization and the faculty, to foster sentiment for law and order, to arouse a loyalty to Ada High School and her activities, and to develop a high appreciation of fine characterf Toward this purpose, the council discussed student problems sponsored all-school prnjecms,and maintained three standing committees, The assembly committee planned or provided for an assembly program each Tuesday during the school year. This committee was composed of three council members, and the vice-president of each class. Jackie Lamb served as chairman. The social committee, led by Audrey Hover and Karl Spar planned two senior high parties and the lnterclass Banquet. The hall monitor committee consisted of two council rep- resentatives with Bob Bridenbaugh as chairman, boys whose duty it was to regulate hall traffic under this head were the corridor monitors--who students passing through the halls during class In collaboration with G. A. A., Y-Teens, and junior and senior between periods. Also checked the permits of periods. and Hi-Y, the Student Council operated a concession stand at all the home games. Profits amounting to about S400 were divided equally among the four groups. The council sponsored a magazine subscription sale in 'connection with Curtis Publications, the proceeds of which went into a fund for the printing department. They communication system installed provided for student use of same sale of Bulldog booster plates constitution, bringing Guy Morse with the senior class. also contributed to the new inter- early in the second semester and . Other council activities were the for automobiles, revising the council Bingham, psychologist, to spend a day 1, Y-Teens President ....... ...... .... Janice Howbert Vice-President .... ..... Lois Harris Secretary ....... ....... Janet Harrod Treasurer ......... .... Evelyn Deringer Program Chairman .... ........... Jean Snyder Sponsors .......... ..... Miss Mabel Crawford Miss Marian Archibald The Y-Teens, a division of the Young Women's Christian Association founded in 1931, is one of the most active groups in our school. Its purpose is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are committed by our faith as Christians. Forty-seven junior and senior members are enrolled this year. The sophomore girls join in March at a special candlelight service. In December, the Y-Teens sponsored the district convention with eight other school groups as visitors. The theme of the conference was N0nward We Go, Charting Our Course.n During National Y-Teen Week the group presented an assembly program, attended church services at the Church of Christ, and acted as hall monitors for three days. Other activities of the year included the sending of a Care package to Europe, a Mother4Daughter Banquet, a World Fellowship Banquet, a joint evening meeting with Bluffton Y-Teen at Bluffton and participation with Hi-Y in devotional services each day of Easter Week. HI-Y President .... ..... ...Paul Van Atta Secretary ....... ........ Lloyd Agin Treasurer .......... ....Hermon Binkley Program Chairman ..... ..... .Paul Goble Devotional Chairman... ....... Jerry Crates Sponsor...... ...... .... ....... .....Mr. Arthur Pfeil The Hi-Y Club is a Christian organization closely associated with the Y. M. C. A. Membership is open to all boys of the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades. The purpose of Hi-Y is nTo create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character.u The boys try to achieve this purpose through UClean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship, and clean living.u During the past school year this group of almost sixty boys met weekly. Programs have included speakers, movies, and discussions. Extra get-togethers-potlucks, playnights and skating parties--were also enjoyed. A new lighted scoreboard for the gymnasium was bought by the club in memory of Jack Schindler, who had been elected president. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of America is a national organization for girls who have taken home economics in high school for at least one year. Among other things, these girls strive to promote a growing appre- ciation of the importance of worthy home membership. and to foster the development of creative leadership in the home and community life. Their emblem is octagonal in shape, and bears the motto nToward New Horizons." In the center of the emblem is a house supported by two hands which symbolizes that the future homes of America are in the hands of its youth. Members of F. H. A. have four degrees as their goals--Junior Home- maker, Chapter Homemaker, State Homemaker, and American Homemaker. The Ada chapter had a membership of 49 girls during the 1947-1948 school year. These girls chose the following officers for the year: Jeannette Murray. presidentg Florencelhllmm vice-presidentg Sara Wuleke, treasurerg Betty Jane Klingler. secretaryg Alice Miller, reporterg and Marcia Marshall, song leader. Regular meetings were held every other Thursday. Among the very interesting programs have been a talk by Sue Hamakawa. a Hawaiian girl studying at Ohio Northern University. movies, and plays. On the social Side, the club sponsored a Halloween masquerade with the F. F. A. chaptmm of Ada and Lafayette, a Christmas party, and a Mother-Daughter Banquet. Miss Barbara Williams. home economics teacher, is adviser of this group. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The Future Farmers of America is a national organization of boys studying agriculture. It is the purpose of this group to provide a fel- lowship for farm boys where they can discuss the problems relative to farm living. Other activities are community service, leadership, recre- ation, and co-operative buying and marketing. Formal meetings are held monthly. These meetings include opening and closing ceremonies, chapter business, and discussions on farm prob- lems. led by student members. The Future Farmers' achievement scale consists of four degrees which they work toward: Greenhand, Future Farmer, State Farmer, and, most dif- ficult. American Farmer. The local officers for 1947-1948 were: Paul Van Atta, presidentg Charles Ballinger, vice-president: Bill Klingler, secretary: Robert Jump, treasurer: Irvin Hover, reporterg and John Neubert, sentinel. The group's adviser is Mr. J. J. Kreglow, the agriculture teacher. I 1 I f 'U' 6 x fi 1 , r XI... ' INTERCLASS The annual Interclass Contest was held on April 2 in the High School Auditorium. For 26 successive years, this event has been the highlight of literary activity in Ada High. It brings spirited rivalry among the sophomore, junior, and senior classes-each class striving for possession of the coveted cup. The program was as follows! ESSAY nUndramatized U.S.A.H UThe Boss Without an Officen uThe New Look - Or Is It?H READING nLet Brotherly Love Continuen nThe March of Schnitzelbaumn nShe Wasnft A'Goin' Tau ORATION UThe Price of Peacen nMan, Then and Now' WCommunism vs. Capitalismn SHORT STORY 'Without a Heart' HWondcr of the Princess Anna' uOut of the Nightn Special numbers given were: Piano Solo Senior Quartet Trumpet Solo story. Maxine Deringer, Sophomore Jackie Smith, Senior Patty Motter, Junior Lowell Umphress, Junior Joe Baughman, Sophomore Shirley Hindall, Senior Sara Dobbins, Senior Willard Bailey, Junior Jack Wood, Sophomore Jean Snyder, Senior Vernetta Reed, Sophomore Janet Harrod, Junior Lois Harris Karl Spar, James Gobin, Jerry Crates, David Sousley Joan Wright short The Seniors were victorious with top honors in eration and The Juniors won the essay and the Sophomores oopped the reading. The Seniors also won the stunt contest, INTERGLASS BANCJJET The winning seniors were honored with a banquet attended by all six grades on April 3. The theme, 'April Showersn was effectively 'carried out bv the decorations and program. Those participating in the program were: Robert Cole, Shirley Main, Patty Moore, Jean Warthman, Bill Klingler, Leo Motter, Mrs. John Omler, Sally Allen, Bonnie Mansfield, .and Joyce Harrod with Jack Whitaker as nApril Fboln. SENIOR CLASS PLAY ' Lena Rivers..... . .......Jean Snyder Granny Nichols.... ....Sara Lou Dobbins John Livingstone..... ...Robert Bridenbaugh Mrs. Livingstone, ..... ......... Betty Blank Caroline Livingstone.... ...Shirley Hindall Anna Livingstone..... ...... Jackie Lamb John Junior....... ...Jerry Crates Frank Graham .... ....... P aul Goble Mrs. Graham.. ...... ....Janice Howbert Durward Bellmont... ....Jack Whitaker Malcolm Everett.... .... Robert Daft Aunt Milly. ...... .... ..Jackie Smith Old Caesar..... ...... ..Fleming Bower Director..... ....Miss Edna Buehler The senior class play,uLena Rivers,n was given on the evenings of May 6 and 7. The nlay, which covers a year's events, concerns Granny Nichols and Lena, who have come to live in the Kentucky 'home of Granny's son, John Livingstone, and his socially-ambitious wife. There are three children: Caroline, who is like her mother: John Junior, her typical teen-age brother: and Anna, who is as warm and kind-hearted as her sister is not. Frank Graham, a neighbor, is mysteriously ,in- terested in Lena, but his jealous wife cannot bear to see her son Cby a former marriagej, Durward Bellmont, become interested in the girl when it has always been taken for granted he'd marry Caroline. Anna, unknown to her parents, is in love with Malcolm Everett, a tutor in the Livingstone home. Aunt Milly is a colored servant who does not like to be bossed: but who likes to boss the other servants, especially Old Caesar, who is always Nfixin' to do.n John and Anna become friends of Lena, who in turn helps Anna and Malcolm in their cause. Mrs. Livingstone tries to ruin Lena's life by gossip and a scandal she starts. I In the happy ending, however, Frank Graham reveals himself as Lena's father, and Anna and Malcolm, Caesar and Milly, and Durward and Lena are united. Committees for the production were as follows: Publicity, Loyd Agin fchairmanl, Violet Bales, Ruth McMillcn, Twila Henry, Marilyn Baker, Miriam Snareg Tickets, Anne Michael Cchairmanj, James Gobin, Doris Clum, Patricia Thompson, Ayonelle Burman, John Neubert: Costume and personal properties, Ruth Campbell Qchairmanj, Margaret Smith, Jo Ann Hays, Russell Zimmer, Evelyn Deringcr, Charles Van Dynog Stage, Paul Van Atta Cchairmanj, Dean Klingler, Junior Smith, David Sousley, Robert Wagner, Scott Murray: Stage properties, Karl Spar Cchairmanl, Patty Moore, Buddio Botkin, Marilyn Klinglcr, Jean 'Hnrlburt, Charles Ballinger: and Prompter, Marilyn Leslie. ' SZ' N109 PLA Ca30""niN3U BHVDES 7'0 BURN P'-1 'BRIDES TO BURNH December 4 and 5 marked the nights of the Junior Class Play, "Brides to Burn.u The three act comedy was directed by Miss Edna Buehler. The cast of ll characters included: Miss Letitia Gundy, HTishH, a wealthy spinster, Evonda McMilleng Gilroy Garfield Gundy, nGilH, her nephew and heir, John Eddyg Clerice Borland, her girlhood friend, a widow, Marcia Marshallg Gertrude Borland, UTrudiU, Glarioe's daughter, Janet Harrodg Harold Hazard, UHapH, the gardener who is Trudi's secret heart throb, Don Paughg Frank Fulton,NFatsN, naps sidekick, Lowell Umphressg Sue Prentiss, the maid, Audrey Hoverg Hotchkiss, the English butler, Willard Eaileyg Saoolie Pipp, the hill billy cook, Jane Gilbertg Dr. Jonesby, a dentist who is deaf, Bill Klinglerg Madame Gasparilli, who looks into the future, Stella LaRue. Committee chairmen for Mmaproduction were: Properties, Dee Klinglerg Stage, Robert Fisherg Publicity, Lois Harrisg Costumes, Jeanette Murrayg Tickets, Sara Kreglowg Program, Edith Henryg Ushers, Patty Motterg Prompter, Agnes Garver. ACT I. Olarice Borland, ambitious for her daughter's marriage to Tish's nephew, calls on Madame Gasparilli, who, after surreptitious prompting by Clarice, locates Tish's brooch. Then, bribed by Clarice, Madame prophe- sies Gil will marry Trudi, so Tish is satisfied. Gil returns home and reveals that he has suffered amnesia while roaming the world. Tish loses no time in telling him that he must propose to Trudi, the girl of her choice, or be disinherited, Fifty grand looks good to Gil, so he pro- mises. Trudi, already in love with Hap, is heartbroken, and Hap and Fats decide that to prevent the marriage, they will pose as foreign wives whom Gil is supposed to have married while he was an amnesia victim. ' AGT II. To Trudi's dismay, Gil proposes and because of her mother's high blood pressure she has to accept. Sue thinks that Gil is her former fi- ance who suddenly left her. Soon Hap enters as Lolita, a Whot tamalen from Mexico, who says she is Gil's wife, Before Gil has recovered from the Shock of Lolita, Fats as Princess Boogie-Woogie, a cannibal, makes his entrance as Gil's wife, too. To settle the wives' quarrel over Gil, lolita decides to take only his heart and Boogie-Wbogie will eat the rest of him. Gil suddenly makes a break for the door and dashes out with his wives close at his heels. ACT III. The whole household is bewildered over Gil's wild acting wives and GVGTYOHG tries to keep out of their way. Tish becomes so thoroughly dis- gusted with Hotchkiss and his aching tooth that she calls a dentist, Dr. Jonesby. Before the deaf doctor can be told who his patient is, he tries to pull several persons' teeth, among them Gil's. From this shock, Gil regains his memory and recognizes Sue as his fiancee. Madame Gasparilli and Clarice are made to confess their plot by Hap and Fats, so Trudi and Hap announce their engagement. Sapolia. the hill billy cook, who adds many laughs throughout the play, finally snares Hotchkiss who in the end attacks the dentist and pulls his tooth. of the states highest in the in the subject follows: GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP TEAM On the first Saturday in May our high school Joined other schools in the annual scholarship test. The student ranking elimination test previously given represented his class listed below. Those taking the various tests are as . First Rowfseatsdl Second Row Jack Wood ....... Stella LaRue.... Betty Klingler.. Sara Lou Dobbins Mark Branstetter... Jean Snyder..... .Plane Geometr ....English II ........Biology Social Problems General Science ......-.English Y I ' ' Third Row Robert Cole, .... , ..... Latin II John Weishampel ..... Algebra II Paul Goble .... .. .... ...Physics Jack Whitaker ...... Bookkeeping SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Carolyn Rayl ............. Latin I Patty Motter .... American History Joan Diefenderfer. ..... English I Maxine Dsringer ...... .English II Wallace Rayl .... . .... Algebra I With other selected seniors of the county, the eleven students listed below competed in an annual state scholarship - test at Kenton, Ohio. All took tests in English, history, mathematics, science, read- ing, and language. Jean Snyder Jackie Smith Ruth McMillen ?Evelyn Deringer Shirley Hindall AGRICULTURE SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Paul Goble Sara Dobbins Jackie Lamb Janice Howbert Robert Bridenbaugh Karl Spar The three boys . listed .below represented the agricultural department in the general tests given annually in farm subjects by the state department. Paul Van Atta Charles Ballinger John Nsubert E 4. 4-, 'f. L ,, .r , w , "1 2' V if K I H ' k .YI- -Q-a U Q UI .wi tw as f, ,, f ' fi 5. 11 4-3 I Q NN '-1 in N v 1 LIBRARY Our library consists of about SOOO volumes. In addition there come regularly for our use about twenty magazines and periodicals and three daily papers. Nine student librarians perform the duties of various periods of the day. These responsibilities include keeping books in order, receiving and checking out books, and assisting students in any way possible. The librarians this year include: Doris Clum Janet Harrod Ilene Dearth Margaret Smith Karl Spar Betty Blank Ruth Campbell Jean Hurlburt Betty Klingler Miss Mabel Crawford is the supervisor of the group. ?ROJEGTION CLUB The Projection Club of Ada High School is composed of boys .in- terested in learning to operate the projector. Films used for educaf tional purposes are loaned by the Ohio State .Department of Education, and are shown to various classrooms at various periods of the day. Each period one boy is given the responsibility of running the projector and showing the films. This club plays a very important part in the visual education program of our high school. Mr. Arthur Pfeil is faculty adviser of the group and Robert Fisher is student director. OFFICE PRACTICE The office practice group of Ada High is composed of those girls interested in learning to operate office machines,taking care of books, answering telephones, and doing the many other duties required in our office. Those in the class this year are: Patty Moore Miriam Snare Margaret Smith Jo Ann Hays Doris Clum Avonelle Burman Patricia Thompson Vera Wingate Twila Henry Mrs. Julia Obenour is the adviser of this group. Z2 v Q f WT,-5.1-,17 - f -Y 5, .r 4 -y TX: V x .5 - J -,7 . 'l5'm5R:"T x' 1 ' sf fl' o , 5. 'rf 5 ' ,- ' -V Jr I fn -'Uh .. ,...x ,. - flmjv. ,HI ' nf"-nn, ,pp ,,' - ,,." f,-,'. ,H-mu-vu .,--, '.,'- ,.,,. .nm 1,,. .,l, . ,......,,, N , .I ,Xu .,.. ...' ul ,, nw. I annum-.Q ...-,:.'-,... - 134: 7--1' ,N--X-,...., f '.- . ,....w1'. 1..-1-6 ,' --.H "'I'.'.'.'-"'l1'-- ..., . , ftiiw '.'.:,'ITX.:- ,.mv,'--l,:,,,,-: ,. ,Nm-'..,,,,.,.-,:, .-1 1 xyg-H.-:-JL. .L . ' 1 ,..,. ' lv '- '-'.:,.., ff ,j ' T1-' ' 4 ,. ,V , ,,,. , ,LI- ,. H: an . ..2 I u gg I ,. 't-"I11I"' If ' 'i 112 , H. .Ev nv' ':I:2'! , ,...a.mI, Cooks .. 9 Hn, . 1 , v I 1 1 .1 ...J fffmff 1,0491 'Mm Ulm" ,,.m 1' ,ml "Hun w',,1u ,v',,,n, n',nrl1 n".un sighs:- I-wan: .. r ,Mijn l'1ln Iflm du . 1 X 1 ,.u1.f. Un 1' 1 .U .1 Tap-- -'- a . '41 m X N, N " x JA Nl TOPS Ag 'Li ,-N.. . -if X3 ' ' x-f.-x fx - 1. :ze :'tl Q if s C THE CHORAL DEPARTMENT President ----------------- Shirley Hindall Vice President --------------- Jerry Crates Secretary-Treasurer ----------- Lois Harris Librarians- ------ ------------ Agnes Garver Dorothy Dearth Elizabeth Bicknell Accompanist ------------ ----Janice Howbert The choral department, under the direction of Mr. Orlo Sorunger, has had a big year. The seventy-voice chorus presented the t t can a a, "Chimes of the Holy Nightn for the Christmas vesper service Forty members constituted the"contestH choir, which entered the lband, orchestra,' and choral competition held at Ohio Northern University on April 17. The entire chorus also sang at the Community Institute and participated in the spring concert. l Six numbers were entered in the District Solo and Ensemble Contest at Bowling Green State University! SOPRANOS: Shirley Hindall-J'Wake, Love, Tis Spring' by Felton Jo Ann Hays--ULet My Song Fill Your Heart' by Ernest Charles MEZZ3 SOPRANOS: Marcia Marshall-J'Come to the Fair' byMm1m Dorothy Dearth-J'By the Bend of the River' by Clara Edwards BARITONE: Karl Spar-J'Sea Fever' by Rogers MIXED ENSEMBLE:"Come Little Maid' by Luvass Marcia Marshall, Jo Ann Hays, Jackie Lamb, Sara Lou Dobbins, Karl Spar, David Sousley, James Gobin, Jerry Crates Shirley Eindall and the ensenmle received "superior' ratings Three others were given Nexcellenv' ratings, and one a"very good' The ensemble also brought home a"superion' rating from the state con- test. The junior high chorus is composed of freshmen and eighth graders A trio of junior high school girls--Joyce Harrod, Bonnie Mansfield, and Sally Allen sang in the spring concert. 3 '.f Deringer, vice Nichols, Joyce The band BAND AND ORCHESTRA This year's band consisted of forty members and their director, Mr. Orlo Sprunger. Officers were Janice Howbert, president: Maxine presidentg Lois Harris, secretary-treasurerg and Gloria Harrod, and Ralph Spar, librarians, started the year as a marching band, performing at all football games. Leading the thirty-six-piece marching 'unit on the field was Shirley Hindall, drum major. Majorettes were Betty Lou Michael, Patty Anspach, Sonja Clay, and Dorothy Jump. The flags were carried by Sara Kreglow and Jane Gilbert. but one of the The concert band entered the district bend, orchestra, and choral competition held at Ohio Northern University on April 17, and nartici- pated in the music department's spring concert on April 21. The orchestra, also under Mr. Sprunger's direction, included twenty-eight players. During the year this organization played for the community institute,the soring concert and the high school commencement exercises. BAND TENOR soLo ORCHESTRA GIRLS isle FLUTE sow ENSEMBLE vocii soio CONTEST CHORUS MIXED CHORUS Spring Concert April 21, 1948 "Two Moods' Selections from"ShowboaU' NMantills' "Sea Feves' Karl Spar "Sonatins' "Oriental Fantasy' "Merry Widow Selectionsn "Blue Skiesu Glare Grundman Jerome Kern Paul Yoder Rogers Beethoven Don Wilson Franz Lehar Irving Berlin Joyce Harrod, Bonnie Mansfield, Sally Allen "Csardas' Sara Lou Dobbins "If With All Your Heartsu "Night and Dayn nCome, Little Maid' "Without A Song' Jo Ann Hays "D Lord, We Worship Theeu "That Kinder Shoes' Karl Spar, tenor soloist "To Thee, O Country' "All The Things You Are" "On Christian Soldiers' WBattle Hymn of the Republid' Monti Mendelssohn Cole Porter Arr. Luvaas Vincent Youmans Bach Hall Johnson Julius Eichberg Jerome Kern Sullivan Staffs GAA. J'E'NlOPJ' WIN iff N0 cpufnv nvrnacz Ass c up 3QbD boaxg 023: 'Nia x fam-mffmogmg .t: .lm 3 .!!!l' .::'::f . . . HF' 'R I f' C ' . 1 I O I I . . , . . ' . 1 ' , . . , . . I: I n v ' 'I U , ', '. . . J, . 1 . . . 'i.1:..::.., -,kffffi w ":'::r'.':, ' -- W r, . . 5 : I . ' . X 1 .. J I . . If-.. ,::.5 -:L lf: ff: :: ,gg:.1.. .. , 131715: ' . .- ' .I H-."7g'4 "3!i!.ff' f:2f::5'-ff ilu' :I'i'::.': - jill," "" .:' 7 O ,.'::.',.' ' .?:!-f!'. .': , . .' f:-?"' -::: 1 . If FOOTBALL The football season opened on August 20 with forty-two boys eager to play ball. Bbr the next three weeks the team literally nsweat it outn under a blazing sun in order to get in shape for their first game with Wapak. The Wapak game was unique in several ways. Besides being the first game of the season, it was also the first game to be played in Memorial Park under the new field lights. The Bulldogs made a good showing in their new uniforms and beat Wapak 6 to O. At Bluffton it was a different story. Over-confidence was the cause of the Bulldog's first and only defeat. The Bulldogs again started playing their good brand of football and defeated their next three opponents--Hicksville, Carey, and Delphos Jefferson. It will be especially remembered that the defeat of Delphos Jefferson, 38 to 7, climaxed Queen's Day. A week later the Bulldogs went to Kenton and played in quite a thriller. The Wildcats came up from behind in the last quarter and turned our apparent victory into a 13 to 13 tie. Ada's last three victims showed little resistance to the Bulldogs' drives. Paulding did not cross the line once and was beaten 19 to O. Squad members' fathers sat on the bench on Dads' Day to watch their sons beat Forest 14 to 7. On November 7 the Bulldogs completed a very suc- cessful season by defeating Elida, last yeaI's champs, 27 to 12. SEASON'S RECORD Ada 6 .. ... 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'Lam M .Hifi 'I M14 NA GFFPQS' JOE KllNGLEl-? B05 FISHER PAY TOUVFLL HONOFAA7 Y DA VE SOUSLEY DA 019 DA Y CA PTA I NJ' .NM Gosnv BASKETBALL J IT TAKES B -rains A -ggressivqness S -peed' 'M K -nowledge E -nergy T -iming IB -alance A --gility L -oyalty L -ove for the game RECORD OF THE SEASON Dola , 30 Ada. 33 St. Marys 43 Ada 38 Lima. St, Roso 34 " 25 Lima Stu Johns 40 " 50 Dolphos Joff. 86 " 59 Mc Guffcy 39 " 54 Lima St. Gorard 50 " 49 Carey 38 'l 36 Bluffton 38 " 37 Del. St. Johns 56 " 41 Van Wort 31 " 34 Bluffton 44 " 37 Dunkirk 20 " '74 Wnpakonota 46 " 34 Kenton 50 " 54 Upper Sandusky 41 " 56 Lafayette 30 " 55 Algor 37 " 52 H. Binkloy, J. Eddy, D. Sousloy, L. Umphross, J. Doo Klinglor, Dean Klinglor, C. Smith, Baughman, P. Van Atta., J. Gobin. 5 -1 .4 ,. , i i V V -V. -,- . ..- -Y--.--.N BINK JIM DAVE DEAN - U. 1- , . -..A . .-, ,ma .. ,. .,.., ... .,,,, i?.W V Q fl: .'E,i.-- , AFA ' rl- f 1 " ' V ':l1'i3t- -f4'JT 1 1 , 9 91. . 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James Gobin, Dee Klingler, Clare McCurdy, Leo Motter, Jack Whitaker, Irvin Hover Scott Murray, Richard Luginbuhl, Lloyd Keller, Don Gobin, David Peper, Loyd Agin Loren Battles, Junior Smith Loren Battles, Charles Ballinger, Jack Boutwell, Don Gobin Irvin Hover, Junior Smith, Andy Parr Irvin Hover, Paul Van Atta, Harmon Binkley Paul Van Atta, Robert Daft, Loyd Agin, Harmon Binkley James Gobin, Dean Klingler, Harmon.Bink1ey Lloyd Keller, Loyd Agin, Ned Benham James Gobin, Clare McCurdy, Dean Klingler, Dee Klingler I Dean Klingler, Klingler Junior Smith, Irvin Hover, Dee Junior Smith, James Gobin, Irvin Hover, Loren Battles COACHES ------ -------------- Joseph Banks, Kenneth Shoemaker OUTSTANDING TIMES TO DATE seo Relay ----------------------------------- l:38..'? Mile Relay ---------------------- ---- - ------- 3 :4v.4 Medley Relay ------------------ --4 ----------- 8:86.3 'Not completed at time of publication GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President-Jackie Lamb Vice-President-Sara Jane Kreglow Secretary-Janice Howbert TreasurereMaxine Deringer A Adviser-Mrs. Marjorie Omler The G. A. A. which is known officially as the Girls' Athletic Association is composed of all girls in grades nine through twelve who are interested and take an active part in school athletics. Meetings are held the first Monday night of each month. The first meeting in September was a freshmen initiation when all freshmen and new students were taken into the club. In October a volleyball plays nite was held followed by a potluck. A skating party was held at the Lima Skating Rink in November. The rest of the meetings included a Valentine Hop at which a King and Queen of Hearts reigned in February, a basketball playnite and potluck in March, and an All-Sports night in April with Shawnee High School. The year's activities closed with the annual farewell banquet in May in honor of the seniors. New officers were presented and the awards were made. Gold pins were given to Doris Clum, Jo Ann Hays, Janice Howbert, Anne Michael, Patty Moore, Ruth Ann McMillen, Patricia Thompson and Sara Jane Kreglow. Letters were award- ed to Maxine Deringer, Agnes Garver, Jane Gilbert, Lois Harris, Janet Harrod, Audrey Hover, Sara Jane Kreglow, Marcia Marshall, Florence Miller, Patty Motter, Evonda McMi1len, Norma Romiek, Mary Stuber, Sara Willeke and Avonelle Burman. The G.A.A. sponsors tournaments in basketball, kickball,softbal1, volleyball, deck tennis and shuffle board. The class winning the most tournaments receives the G.A,A. cup. The juniors were presented the cup this year for 'victories in kickball, softball, volleyball and shuffle board. There are two awards which the girls may earn-a letter for 600 points and a gold pin for 1000 points. Points are earned by competing in the tournaments, selling at football and basketball games and tournaments, and attending the functions of the club. This year three medals were added to our list of awards to the girls who excel in basketball, softball, and volleyball. Janice Howbert and Doris Clum were awarded basketball medals: Jackie Lamb and Ruth McMillan were given volleyball medals and Anne Michael received the softball medal. . CHEERLEADERS At an election held at the beginning of the year 'four active members of G.A.A. were chosen as cheerleaders for the year. They are: Doris Clum, Jackie Lamb, Anne Michael, and Audrey Hover. , GIPLJ' A7'HZl'7'!O ASSOCIATION CHFEPLEADFI-'PS' 1 JA Offff- OOFPXJ' - ANNE - AUDREY i 'x X . . i'2z:.1,Ei'!-f-- Y-Y . V , J " ' 4v"1" "'f'T' ' 'fu , ' ' " 'Q'-H51-"' Y QQ d1t1liiFy?gi i 4 .lvgu-1 153.5 'li-Dfjd .v , 1, .LLL , ,,.,. .:-.. A u W -- , ., ,. .,., .. L-hrs I ,- Y., A-...,-., 1. Wm, V - 1,11 g rn H' ." A 1 ' ' 1" V . . xx- i 1 Q. ' '. xl I .E .I , N I r 1 N 1 -:il N 4522" . ' .,Q:1" -255' .f . N -5.-5' w 5' 2" 0' .-35" F ,, .Ju ir.- J ' r , E' -:--:-5'-5:'f I v H A 3 S . AT- : J 'Y X s Q. 4' x N 'I '. I w 4:42, A "g, z F:-. ' .U - r -E' 4 ' - .3 'gf 1? - V .1 -EX W , 0 .'-,H A W Tj.: 3.5 ...5 -1...-'. ..- - E- -. .::...y:.,-'.- ' ,- F, N W Name Agin Baker Bales Ballinger Blank Botkin Bower Bridenbaugh Burman Campbell Clum Crates Daft Deringer Dobbins Gobin Goble Gossard Guyton Hays Henry Hindall Howbert Hurlburt Klingler Klingler Lank Leslie McMillen Michael Moore Murray Neubert Smith Smith Smith Snare Snyder. Sousley Spar Thompson Van Atta Van Dyne Wagner Whitaker Wince Wingate Zimmer SENIOR PERSONALITIES Vocation Draftsman Nurse Housewife Farmer Housewife Mechanic Radio Statistician Secretary Librarian Secretary Businessman Farmer Nurse Teacher Coach Chemist Teacher Farmer Secretary Nurse Pianist Teacher Hotel Hostess Sailor Travel Gym Teacher Secretary Biologist Air Stewardess Secretary Mortician Farmer Engineer Librarian Secretary Secretary Youth Work Loafer Engineer Secretary Farmer Rancher Farmer Pharmacist Rancher Secretary Mechanic Remembered for Handsomeness Flirting Sweetness Blue Car Engagement Ring Model Airplanes Red Skelton Act Tall Stories Walk Bass Fiddle Playing Loudness Travels Laugh Willingness to help Intelligence Football Co-captain Science Shyness Laziness Voice Nice Disposition Personality Moods Teasing Basketball Captain Shortness Football Queen Pretty Smile Blond hair Pep Pretty hair Wise Cracks Woman Trouble Basketball Essays Heelplatcs Quietness ' Lena Rivers Football Co-captain Crooning Friendliness Dancing Ability Red hair Running Around Snappy clothes Pretty eyes Shortness Reckless Driving Favorite Song How Soon Now Is The Hour The Merry Widow Waltz Old Lamp Lighter The The Man I Love Four Leaf Clover When The Roses Bloom In Red River Valley Four Leaf Clover Serenade of the Bells To Each His Own I Don't Know Why Now Is The Hour Golden Earrings Beg Your Pardon Blue Skies Golden Earrings Now Is The Hour Serenade of the Bells No One Will Ever Know I'll Be Around Four Leaf Clover Mickey Lonely Dancer Now Is The Hour Beg Your Pardon Serenade of the Bells Sunrise Serenade Stardust Stardust And Mimi You Do Dry Bones Serenade of the Bells Ballerina Clair de Lune How Lucky You Are Four Leaf Clover Always Lazy Bones Detour Four Leaf Glover Four Leaf Clover Serenade of the Bells Four Leaf Clover Golden Earrings Home on the Range Serenade of tho Bells Slap Her Down Again, Pa Most Popular Girl --- - Most Popular Boy ----- Best-looking Girl ----- Beet-looking Boy ------- JUNIOR POPULARITY POLL -.... -.- --..-..-..----..-- .....--.. -------q.----- -.....-.. --- -..--.--..- Most All-around Girl --------- ---------- --- Moet All-around Boy ---- Neatest Appearing Girl - Neatest Appearing Boy -- Man-hater -------------- Woman-hater ------------ Girl Most Fun To Be With Boy Most Fun To Be With Girl With Prettiest Hair Boy With Prettiest Hair Girl With Prettiest Eyes Boy With Prettiest Eyes Most Go-operative Girl - Most Co-operative Boy -- Peppiest Girl -------- Peppiest Boy ---------- Most Athletic Girl ---- Most Athletic Boy ----- - Most Bashful Girl ------ .... -.-..-- -.- -.........--..-- ..--...---..---... ..--q--....-..- -------.--.. --- Janet Harrod --- Irvin Hover --- Andrey Hover --- Dee Klingler --- Sara Kreglow Joe Worthington Patricia O'Brien - Robert Messick ---------- Florence Miller --- Roy Grubaugh -- ------- ------ ----- ---------- DeLoie Bower ...---- ------..- - -....- ........ .........-.. ..---.,... -- ........ ---.....-..-. Q.---..- -.-...-.. - Most Bashful Boy ------------------------------ Laziest Girl ------------ --- -.------ ---- ---- Laziest Boy ---- -------------------- --------- -..--..--q-.- -- Robert Harris ------------- Maxine Hicks ------ John Eddy ------ -------- Doris Hoyt John Weishampel --- Patty Motter ------------ B111 Kiingier ---- Edith Henry Lowell Umphress --- Jane Gilbert - Harmon Binkley --- Stella LaRue Clyde Ernsberger - Joanne Routson --- Lloyd Keller SOPHGMORE FEATURE Name Characteristic ygtgd Q35 Barbara Agin Shyness Quietncss Pat Anspach Hair Wise Cracks in class Herbert Ballinger Shortness Talkative Type Bob Binder Dark Hair Dates with"DutchessN Joe Baughman Indenendence Athletic Ability Carolyn Blank Bangs Flightiness Bob Cole Clothes V Wolf Dean Dearth Neatness Girls' Heartbreaker Maxine Deringer Red Hair School Spirit Claribel Fisher Good Sport Nicknames Don Gobin Physique Stubborness Mary Alice High Friendliness Dancing Betty Hitchcock Wittiness "Breezin' down the hall Betty Klingler Voice Intelligence Kathryn Leslie Clothes Skating Betty Lou Michael Russ Moore Personality Good Looks Russ Moore's Hi-Y Pin St. Rose ball game Jerry O'Brien Walk College Associates George Parshall Hooky Player Basketball Playing Blodwyn Reams Cuteness Funny Ways Vernetta Reed Short story writing Getting around Lee Tinsler Speaking ability Drummer Jack Wood Curly hair Arguing Joan Wright Piano ability Sports FRESHMEN EPITAPHS Here lies the body of Maurice Murnmr, The monitors caught him when he got in a hurry. It took something like this to teach Juanita Keller, Never to pick on a great big feller. Shirley Main, who sang like a lark, Got lost in the suburbs of New Stark. Here lies a favorite, Robert Cross, He never found out who was the boss. Poor Joyce Smith, who was so adorin', But her nose stopped up while she was a snorin'. Here are the remains of Poor Norma Wright, It's too bad that she never learned how to fight. Poor Carolyn Rayl never got over That cactus she sat on in a field full of clover. Betty Dodge - didn't. Chuck Moore, will you never learn just what to do, Whenever a baseball comes flying to you? V 'if' 1 'ir I '?",T.-1? K, . "3-4.1 ,- A '9'15! 1' A: ' A545 'Lf' 1 -,?'lr Joyce Wofley Ronnie Parshall Twila Candler Phillip Gilmore Sonja Clay Clarence Garver Gloria Miller Glen Ernsberger Shirley Hawley Howard Klingler Barbara Orders Donald Van Atta Catherine Bower Gene Preston Martha Klingler Russell Dearth Dorothy Sanderson Richard Marshall Shirley Stuber Robert Reed Joan Thompson Name Robert Hooper Janet Wright William Gilbert Shirley Thompson John Hays Anabcl Motter Donald Mellow Dottie Zehner Wayne Fleming Jeanne Warthman John Anspach Gloria Nichols Sam Weishampel Beulah Branan Charles Campbell Helen Smith Tommy Tallman Peggy Clark Robert Hitchcock Hattie Hoyt Charles Deringer Patty La Rue Daniel Snyder Shirley Tinsler Ralph Spar SOMETHING TO REMEMBER THEM FOR Name Pet Peeves Favorite Class evershoes science girls math gum chewing in my ear guidance teachers assigning homework history girls with bangs math sisters gym stuck up girls English English assignments math English period history love shows gym people who slap backs English music class math getting up early guidance mowing lawns history straight bangs guidance singing English slacks math guidance class math gawkers history grouchy teachers math riding on school busses guidance Hobby , Favorite Sport pen knives swimming collecting dolls roller skating ice skating football drawing football fishing swimming reading ' skating match box covers ice skating ballet swimming pretty girls basketball drawing and art collecting ice hockey stamps and post cards basketball name cards baseball pep photos football nature study swimming pitching horseshoes football violin basketball girls basketball designing clothes softball eating football teasing Doris fsisterj swimming girls basketball collecting pictures swimming stamps and maps swimming collecting pennies swimming rabbits football twirling baton skating Shirley Battles SCHOOL CALENDAR C1947-19483 SEPTEMBER 8... .... School opens 9 .... .... First assembly 12 .... .... Wapak-first football gameuhere 15 .... .... G.A.A. freshman initiation 16 .... .... Joint Y-Teen--Hi-Y picnic g and campfire service l9.... .... Bluffton here 23 .... .... A ssembly CJerry Crates? 24 .... .... F.F.A. initiation 26 .... .... County Fair-no school 26 .... .... Hicksville-there 30 .... .... Assembly-movie OCTOBER NOVEMBER Ccont.l Carey-here. ll... Senior pictures taken G.A.A. potluck and playnight ll... Amateur assembly 18... Delphos Jefferson-here 18... Senior Day and announcement of football queen 20... Queen's Ball Assembly-Mr. Millen from England 25... Kenton-there 27,28. Eighth grade English class 28... assemblyJ'Great Moments in Lives of Great Med'. Panldingpthere F.F.A.-F.H.A. Halloween party Teacher's meeting at Toledo-no school 9.... Forest-here 12... 13... 16... 20... NOVEMBER 23... 25... 30... G.A.A. skating party Elida-here Y-Teen Fellowship banquet Sr. High party Assemb1yeSenior English classJ'MacbetH' Dolaphere-first basketball game .Assembly-Speech class Thanksgiving vacation Lima St. Rose-here DECEMBER Lima St. Gerard-there Bluffton-there Y-Teen District Conference Van Wert-here Sr. High party Dunkirk-here Christmas vacation starts Alumni game SCHOOL CALEEFDAR C1947-1948, JANUARY Kentonuhere Lafayetteuthere School opens MARCH Ccont.l 9....Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Frederic Sjobiarn,pianist-assembly St. Marysvthere Lima St. John-there G.A.A. potluck and playnight McGuffey-there Carey-there Exams Exams Delphos St. John-here Robinson's Studio here for group pictures Bluffton-here FEBRUARY Wapaksthere G.A.A. Valentine dance Tournaments start at Celina Y-Teens assembly- HAS One Star Differetw' MARCH G.A.A. scavenger hunt and chili supper Senior Columbus trip 1 .... 3 .... eff. .. 8 .... 15 .... 18 .... zo .... 21 .... 23 .... 25 .... ev .... as .... Ml :sues sa- one use .vs un. uno soc uno out sfo can banquet lO .... Dr. Bingham talked to Seniors ll .... Honor Society assembly and tea 22,25.Holy Week services ZO....Jr. Class assembly UAmerican Musid' APRIL 1 2 .... lnterclass Contest 3 .... Interclass Banquet 5 .... G.A.A. party with Shawnee 6 .... Sophomore assembly "The Trysting Place' 8 .... Preliminary District State scholarship tests 9 .... Grade School Operetta 9 .... Local track meet 16 .... Senior High party 20 .... Lafayette-Forest track meet 20 .... Herbert Meefe-assembly 23 .... 8th Grade Tests 23 .... Y-Teen slumber party 24 .... Ohio Wesleyan relays 30 .... Shawnee track meet Final scholarship tests Clyde relays Sr. Class Play Fr. Olympics Jr. Sr. Banquet and Prom Recognition assembly Sr. exams Sr. exams Baccalanrate Class Night Commencement School closes ,il HISTCRY OF THE CLASS OF 1948 Twelve years ago, on September 8, l936, the forty-eight seniors sitting before you started on their long road of adventure through school. Twenty-eight of this group began their school life in Ada, fourteen at the south building and fourteen at the north building. Miss Reese and Miss Hehe were the kind teachers who guided us through our first year. Proud but still unexperienced we advanced to the second grade, where Miss Povenmire and Miss Whitworth tried in vain to teach us to spell. The students of the north and south building met for the first time at a spelling bee held at the north building. Under the able supervision 'of Miss Kelly and Miss McBride we learned the difficult fundamentals of multipication in the third grade. In 1959 we entered the fourth grade eager to learn more as we ad- vanced through school. Miss Armstrong and Mrs. Tallman were our capable advisors. The following year in the fifth grade, led by Miss Wagner and Miss McWilliams we were at last united. Under the direct- ion of Miss Titus the operetta UThe Fbrest Court,U which was presented here recently, was given by the grade school. At last our dreams were fulfilled as we entered the sixth grade and became upper-classmen. During this year Mrs. Tallman and Mrs. Underwood prepared us for the day so long looked forward to when we would graduate and enter junior high. In 1942 ,with six years of school behind us, we approached Ada High with great anticipation for the years to como. Miss Mills, Mrs. Tallman, Mrs. Coleman, and Mrs. Hawk helped us through the difficult years of junior high. Much competition was shown in the eighth grade tests with Sara Lou Dobbins receiving top honors.- A The ninth grade found us entering many more activities, joining new clubs and preparing for our life work by choosing our own courses. Miss Benroth and Mrs. Anspach were our faculty advisers and we elected James Gobin as our class president. Our sophomore year found us in the study hall with Mr. Pfeil as our adviser. This year our interests turned more and more toward athletics as our boys began participating in basketball and football. Later in the year our class united with one main purpose in mind--to win the Interclass Contest. Although we lost the contest we surely gave the class of '46 a Wrun for their money.' James Gobin again was our class president. Under the leadership of Shirley Hindall and sponorship of Mr. Pfoil, we started the many tasks that confront a struggling junior. One of the most outstanding events of our junior year was our class play nLittle Women.n We were all proud of the talent the cast showed and thev all received the backing of the entire class. Under an azure sky and twinkling stars tho theme of our junior-senior prom,nStardustf was carried out. This is one of the memories of our school life which we will always cherish. It was during this year that we won the Inter- class Contest and the much-desired cup. Although most of our school years were filled with joy there were times of sorrow. Two of our closest classmates, Luther Campbell and Jack Schindler,werc taken from us during our sophomore and junior year respectively. As our school life came to a close and we began our senior year, we found the pages of our book of memories becoming rapidly filled. The first week of school we elected Karl Spar as our class president to lead us through our last year. He was aided by Robert Daft, vice- president,Shirley Hindall,secretary, and Patricia Thompson, treasurer. A successful football season was high-lighted by the dedication of the new Memorial Park drew to a close with the election of James Gobin and David Sousley as honorary co-captains. Jackie Lamb, attended by Anne Michael and Doris Clum, reigned as football queen on Senior Day. Our class was well represented in basketball by having five senior boys on the varsity team. Dean Klingler was elected honorary captain. For the second consecutive year we were the honored guests at the Inter- class Banquet because of our victory at the contest the night before. We chose as our senior class play VLena Riversn which was presented on May 6 and 7 and directed by Miss Edna Buehler. Jean Snyder and Sara Lou Dobbins were chosen as co-valedictorians,the second in the history of Ada High School, with Shirley Hindall as salutatorian. They were named because of their exceptional grades throughout school. New we come to the fork in the road, with our school years behind us and our journey into life, before us. It is up to us to choose which road we will fellow. No matter how far we may drift apart no one can take the wonderful memories of each other and Ada High School from us. With this thought in mind we leave Ada High wishing the best of luck to the rest of you. By lf sfxeeelfiiiesheeghlp PROPHECY FOR THE CLASS OF"49' We have just finished the meal at the Twentieth Annual Reunion of the"C1ass of '48.u we view with interest our former classmates. Loyd Agin is the assistant to the assistant of the assistant head assistant bluer at the Black and Blue Printing Co. Un-inc. The former Marilyn Baker has now stepped into Betty Crocker's po- sition from which she advertises the uPride of Maysville Flour.n I Violet Bales, the world famous biologist, has just completed the miraculous feat of dissecting an elephant in the chemistry laboratory of her alma mater, Ada High School. Charles Ballinger, Ohio's modern model farmer, was seen sitting on the back porch of his home pressing buttons to control a machine that was doing his work in a nearuby state. Buddie Botkins is designing and building model planes for the "F1yem Higher Plane Corporation.H Fleming Bowers is chief imitator on station WOPU,l968 on your dial. Gerald Crates is head assistant to the chief cub sports reporter on the Ada Village Free Press. Avonelle Burman has been hammering away on an adding machine. She was recently advanced to her 64th adding machine. Ruth Campbell is head librarian of the first section of the first shelf in the Detroit Public Library. James Gobin, the tallest white man on the team, is playing profes- sional basketball for the New York Komedy Kings. Carl Smith is playing football for the Cleveland Browns. Russell Zimmer recently won first place in the Indianapolis Speed- way races, driving a soupednup Model A. Raymond Guyton is head of the Swiss Alps Institute of Technical Wood Carving. Jo Ann Hays is America's number l choice to replace Kate Smith. Ruth McMillen recently retired from a position as one of Power's modest models. Patty Moore, Miss America of 1950, is busy raising the future Miss Americas for 1970-1980 inclusive. The former Betty Blank has been cho- sen as America's model mother. Scott Murray is head bronco buster of the BarsB-Q Ranch in the Shetland Islands. John Neubert is chief scooter tester for the Cushman Motor Scooter Co. David Sousley Jr. has recently been promoted to head truck driver for Peerless Dry Cleaners. ' Karl Spar is teaching patrolmen how to handle cars and motorcycles at high speeds. Charles Van Dyne is the world's champion billiard player. Robert Wagner is head mechanic at Dean Davis's garage. Ruth Wince is working as lady weight lifter in the Squaring, Housum and Bailey Sisters Circus. Dean Klingler has been selected to run the 10 mile dash and Paul Van Atta was disqualified for throwing the shot-put away in the tryouts for the National Olympics to be held in Olympia, Washington in 1968. Doris Clum is star center of Ohio's leading ladies professional basketball team. ' Sara Lou Dobbins is president of the Dobbins Institute of Technical Technicalities. Evelyn Deringer,' graduate nurse, is head of a very reputable cat and dog hospital. Paul Goble the millionnaire chemist has started a fund to be known as the Goble Prize to be awarded to the Person that perfects the dead- liest weapon of the year. I Evelyn Gossard is a member of the teaching staff at Cannonberg's College for people. Jean Snyder, after starting a career as a social worker, switched to acting as a profession, because of her success in the Senior Play. Jackie Lamb has the distinction of being the only woman dog catcher in the U. S. A. Marilyn Leslie has become the private secretary to John E. Whitaker president of the W. P. A. fWhitaker's Pharmaceutical Association.D Shirley Hindall is a vocal student of world renown. Vera Wingate recently made her debut as a grand opera singer and is now touring Eur- ope with her accompanist, Janice Howbert. Anne Michael, scheduled to defend her title against Miriam Snare, holds the national championship in the termite weight division of lady wrestlers. Jean Hurlburt calls square dances at the Maysville Community Build- ing. She is accompanied by Margaret Smith on her magic violin. Jackie Smith is the only old maid in the class of "48' . Twila Henry is designing feed sacks for the Kasco Chick Feed Co. Marilyn Klingler has decided to retire after winning a prize worth thousands of dollars for identifying Patricia Thompson as Mrs. Hush. Byglfdgln 750397, SENIOR CLASS WILL On this the 25th day of May in the year 1948, we do officially announce this will to be the last testament of the class of '48. Ruth Wince leaves her famous recipe for stewed water-ala-mode to Jane Gilbert, the current Betty Crocker of the home economics denartment Betty Blank leaves Ada High in a few days to marry Tom. Sara Dobbins leaves her flute to anyone who has the strength to hold it up. Bob Daft bequeaths his fluctuating romances to anyone who has a car and the price of a gallon of gas. Junior Smith wills his manly figure and way with the women to Pete Klingler. ' Dean Klingler, the Frank Sinatra of the Senior Class, leaves his blus- tering baritone voice to Tom Keller. Paul Goble leaves his excess fat to Betty Klingler. To Keith Stober, Loyd Agin wills his quiet way and unassuming manner. Fleming Bowers leaves for New York City where he will become the new member of the Wlt Pays To Be Ignoranv' show. Dave Sousley beqneaths his alarm clock to Bob Binder. Marilyn Baker leaves her ability to look fresh on the morning after the night before to Joan Long. Violet Bales wills her boisterous personality to Lois Harris. Scott Murray leaves for Washington to argue the Indian problem with the senate. Ruth McMi1len leaves some of her height to Ned Benham. Patty Moore leaves Dick only when she has to. Jean Snyder bequeaths her red hair and fiery temper to Barb Agin. To George Parshall, Charlie Van Dyne wills his ability to shoot pool. Janice Howbert wills her ability to get around on a basketball floor to Marcia Marshall. Bob Bridenbaugh leaves Dave Hunsicker his ability to make people laugh. Jerry Crates wills his innumerable stories to Bill Gilbert. Marilyn Klingler bequeaths her cheery disposition to Evonda McMillan. Jean Hurlburt wills her ability to square-dance to Joan Routson. Doris Clum leaves with regret that she has to go and thereby leave Irve Hover behind. John Neubert, the dominative southpaw, leaves his nitching arm to Dick Luginbuhl. Anne Michael, the Senior fireball, wills her pep to Jack Wood. Vera Wingate leaves her diamond right where it is. Rusty Zimmer bequeaths his license and driving ability to Leo Motter. Buddie Botkins wills his genius for making model airplanes to Andy Parn Margaret Smith wills all her typing speed to Joe Baughman. 4 To Maurice Murray, Charles Ballinger leaves his excellent horsemanship. Jack Whitaker leaves his running form and track ability to Roy Grubaugh Evelyn Deringer wills her shorthand wit to Pat O'Brien. Ray Guyton leaves Ada High with a big sigh of relief. Jo Ann Hays leaves her beautiful soprano voice to Elizabeth Bicknell. Karl Spar beoueaths his dancing ability to John Eddy. Jackie Lamb leaves her acting ability to anyone who has trouble getting assignments. Pat Thompson wills all 32.00 of the senior treasury to the sophomore class to use as they see fit. Paul Van Atta leaves his ability to get along with people to Pat Motten Shirley Hindall beoueaths the piano keyboard to Jeanne Dodge. Avonelle Burman wills her temper to Carolyn Blank. Bob Wagner wills his ability to wreck Chevys to Russ Moore. Twila Henry leaves her sewing skill to Sara Belle Willeke. Evelyn Gossard leaves her soft speaking voice to Mary Alice High. Ruth Campbell wills her bass fiddle to anyone who likes to stand up. Marilyn Leslie bequeaths her bookkeeping wizardry to Dorothy Dearth. Miriam Snare bequeaths her sincerity of heart to Joan Wright. Now, after reading this, we the undersigned--James Gobin and Jackie Smith--here-by declare that we will leave by the back door. BY .7 1 ..47f74i, lxnw 1 ,J I I AS WE EMBARK Twelve years have passed since first we walked With eager footsteps turning Toward strange new paths and happy days Within the halls of learning. We've worked and played, we've laughed and cried Together through the years. With friends who've been so dear to us We've shared our dreams, our fears. In music, scholarship, and sports, Our class has made its mark. And now we turn toward higher goals-- For other ports embark. Our lifelong journey has begun. Whate'er the course may be, We'll set our sails for what's to come- For calm or stormy sea. We say nFarewellH to Ada Highg Our school work here is done. Tonight we launch, and as we go, nGod bless us, every oneln BY , .7 " s so I 7 f'?2.f ii! J ' .magma 044-LL V l W 7 G, N Q f QR FN NJN 45 w W . L in-ggi ., 'ff' Y ' .5 :ff WL Q-S 'X V5 1 . .. , . .xy 4'-L .5-L, xi ,- ..5' l. Vlxlxx. ,I as l BACCALAUBEATE SERVICE Methodist Church May 23, 1948 Rev, Frank L. Brown Pastor in Charge Mr. O. O. Sprunger Mrs. Alberta Sprunger 'Elegien .... . , .. Processional, 'March of the Israelitesu Invocation.... Hymn, no Worship the Kingu ........... Audience Vocal Solo, nOome Ye Blessedn.-........ O. O. Sprunger Scripture Reading..... . 'Incline Thine EarnQsonncs01IoJusuaocnl High School Choir Baccalaureate Sermon... - nThe Lord Bless You and Keep YouW.,.... High School Choir Benediction.... Recessional, WMarch RomaineH,.. Chorister Organist 0 0 l ....Massenet ...Coater llquonevq Lee Moore -ousH8ydn I O Q-...Rev. Carl Clum ...Arkhangelsky Rev. Raymond Touvall ...Lutkin .Rev. Leroy Thompson gy ...Gounod CLASS NIGHT High School Auditorium Tuesday. May 25 3 P.M. Address of Welcome..Q. ............ Oration, nThe Romance of an Idealu Vocal Solo.... Class History.... Class Prophecy.... I I I 0 I .... ...Shirley Hindall Salutatorian ....Jo Ann Hays ....Patty Moore Jackie Lamb ....Robert Bridenbaugh Robert Daft Boys' Qpartette......................nVive La 'Senior Class' U David Sousley, Karl Spar, James Gobin, Robert Daft Willllll 0 llllhtnll Ollliloilltl llo090JaCkj-G Class Poom.... Piano Solo.,.. James Gobin .....Jean Snyder Jack Whitaker Sara Lou Dobbins . ..Janice Howbert Valedictory.... ..............Sara Lou Dobbins G'iI'J.S' Ensembleouoooa avclaooooirrmlere Caravan Has n nJust A Wearyin' For You' Margaret Smith, Jo Ann Hays, Patty Moore, Joan Hurlburt, Janice Howbcrt, Jackie Smith, Ruth McMillan, Marilyn Leslie, Jackie Lamb 4 Valedictory.... Class Song.... Clalsslll U ....fJean Snyder ...Shirley Hindall Karl Spar ...HAuld Lang Synen Sixty-Sixth Annual C o m m e n c e m e n t High School Auditorium Thursday, May 27 8:00 PQMQ Processional, nFestiva1 Marchn............. ....Bergen ' High School Orchestra Invocation... ....Rev. Carl Clum Panrade"..l.fllll..'.lOl'l..'l'l....'.MaSterS Q High School Orchestra Presentation of Speaker........C. C. Roberson, Superintendent Address, nThe World In Your Handu...........Dr. Clyde Hissong Supt. of Public Instruction nlf I Could Tell Youu.................Arr. by Kenneth Downing ' Senior Mixed Ensemble Jo Ann Hays, Margaret Smith, Sara Lou Dobbins, Jackie Lamb, Karl Spar, David Sousley, Jerry Crates, James Gobin, Janice Howbert, Accompanist Presentation of Class... Presentation of Diplomas... Benedict ion. 0 Q s 9 ROCeSSi.Ona1n a o Q o n so n . Q o High ....I. T. Warthman, Principal ...Earl C. Huber, President Ada Board of Education School Orchestra Rev. Lee M. Moore ....Bergen SENIOR DIRECTORY Agin, Loyd Hi-Y 2,3 Secretary 4 Football 3,4 Intramurals l, 2, 3,4 Track 3,4 Basketball 3 Period Monitor 3 Hall Monitor 4 Baseball 2 Annual Staff 4 Baker, Marilyn Lafayette High School Girls' Glee Club Intramurals l Librarian Beaverdam High School Sophomore Class Play Intramurals 2 Ada High School Y-Teens 3,4 G.AQA. 3 P111-pie af som 3,4 Bales, Violet St. Michael High School Glee Club 1 Choir 1 Ada High School Latin Club 2 General Scholarship Test 3 Y-TCCHS 4 Orchestra 4 Period Monitor 4 Ballinger, Charles Freshmen Chorus l F.F.A. l, Sec. 2, Reporter 3, Vice-President 4 Fbotball 2,3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Class Secretary l Class Treasurer 2 Hall Monitor 3,4 Period Monitor 4 Track 3,4 Projection Club 2,3,4 Blank, Betty Waynesfield High School 1 Ada High School Annual Staff 2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Interclass Contest 2 Blank, Betty c0n'tL Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Chl? Wwnwl,L3 Period Monitor 3,4 Assembly Committee 3 Purple 4 Gold 1,3 G.A.A. 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Class Vice-President 3 Librarian.l,4 Social Committee 4 Intramurals l,3,4 Botkin, Buddie Hi-Y E,3,4 Intramurals 1,2 Bower, Fleming Hi-Y 2 Boys' Chorus 1 Projection Club 2 Mixed Chorus 4 Class Play 4 Bridenbaugh, Robert Hi-Y 2,5,4 Student Council 4 Freshmen Chorus l Boys' Chorus l Hall Monitor 4 Band 4 Projection Club 3 Class Play 3,4 Burman, Avonelle G,A.A. l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 F.H.A. l Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Office Practice 4 Freshmen Chorus l Intramurals l,2,3,4 Campbell, Ruth Orchestra l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Mixed Chorus 2 Latin Club 2 Librarian 4 Period Monitor 4 Freshmen Chorus l General Scholarship Test 3 Clum, Doris ' Dobbins, Sara Lou con't. G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Y-Teens 3,4 Purple 5 Gold 3 Latin Club 2 Librarian 4 Purple 3 Gold 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Annual Staff 4 Office Practice 4 General Scholarship Team 2,3,4 Cheerleader 3,4 Senior Scholarship Team Freshmen Chorus 1 National Honor Society 4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 D.A.R. Test F.H.A. 1,2 Interclass Contest 2,3,4 Football Queen Attendant 4 Class Play 4 Crates, Jerry Gobin, James Vi-Y 2,3,4 Football l,2,3, Co-Captain 4 Vixod Chorus l,2,?,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Bovs' Chorus 3 Baseball 2 Hixed Ensemble 4 Hall Monitor 3,4 Purple 8 Gold 3,4 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Football 4 Class President 1,2 Hall Monitor 4 Social Committee 2 Projection Club l,2,3,4 Band 1,2 Clase Play 4 Orchestra 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Daft, Robert Intramurals l,2,3,4 Basketball 2,5 Mixed Ensemble 4 Football 4 Boys' Chorus 3 Hall Nonitor 3 Period Nonitor 4 Goble, Paul Lab. Assistant 3,4 Latin Club 2 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Period Monitor 2 Projection Club 2,3 Hall Monitor 3,4 Student Council 3 Hi-Y 2,3 National Honor Societv 4 Program Chairman 4 Intramurals l,2,5,4 Lab. Assistant 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,3 Intramurals 4 Boys' Chorus 3 Senior Scholarship Test 4 Band l,2,3,4 Projection Club 3 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Social Committee 3 General Scholarship Test 2,3 National Honor Society 4 Defi-llgel' , Evelyn Go ssard, Evelyn Latin Club 2 4 F.H.A. 1 Period Monitor 4 Freshmen Chorus l G.A.A. l,2, Treasurer 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Guvton, Raymond Senior Scholarship Team 4 F.F.A. l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3, Treasurer 4 Projection Club Dobbins, Sara Lou Have, Jo Ann Co-Valedictorian G.A.A. l,2,3 Student Council 3, President 4 Intramural Manager 4 iixed Chorus l Y-Teens 3,4 Freshmen Chorus 1 Purnle 4 Gold 3 time Ensemble 4 Annhai Staff 3,4 Have, Jo Ann con't. Freshmen Chorus 1 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Vixed Chorus 2,3,4 Period Nonitor 4 Mixed Ensemble 4 Class Play 3 Intramurals 1,2,5,4 Librarian 3 Trpist 4 Cffice Practice 4 District Solo d Ensemble Contest 3,4 Henrv, Twila ' G.A.A. 3,4 F.H.A. 1 Kixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 3 Hindall, Shirlev Annual Staff 2,3 Editor 4 Drum Nejorette 2,3 Head 4 Class President 3 Class Secretarv 4 Senior Scholarship Team General Scholarshin Test 1,3 National Honor Class Plav 3,4 Society Pres. 4 Weekend At.The Waldorf Contestant 4 Archerv Club l Y-Teens Music Leader 3 Asst. Social Chairman, Pianist 4 State Solo 8 Ensemble Contest Interclass Contest 2,3,4 Latin Club President 2 Freshmen Chorus President 1 Mixed Chorus 3, President 4 Girls' Chorus 2 Orchestra l,2, President 3 G.A.A. 1 Intramurals 1,2 Social Committee 3 D.A.R. Good Citizenship Test 4 Salutatorian 4 l,2,3,4 Howbort, Janice Social Committee 3 Freshmen Chorus l G.A.A. l,2,3, Secretarv 4 Y-Teens Soc, Chairman-3, President 4 Band 1,2 Secretarv 3, President 4 Orchestra l,2,3 Librarian 4 Period Hall Honitor 2 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Tired Chorus 2,3,4 Aocomnanist Latin Club 2 Howbert, Janice con't. Intramurals l,2,3,4 Annual Staff 2 Feature Editor 3,4 Class Play 3,4 District Solo and Ensemble Contest 3 National Honor Society 4 Senior Scholarship Team General Scholarship Test 1, D.A.R. Test Student Council 2 Purple d Gold 1 Hurlburt, Jean G.A.A, l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3 Service Chariman Girls' Chorus 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 F.HLA. 2 County Pianist 3 Class Play 3 Period Monitor 4 Librarian 4 Purple d Gold 3,4 Annual Staff 4 Klingler, Dean Ei-Y 3,4 Basketball l,2,3,4 Captain Football 1,2,4 Mixed Chorus 4 Hall Lonitor 4 Intramurals 1,2,3,4 Track 3 Klingler, Marilyn Y-Teens 3 F.H.A. 2 Freshmen Chorus 1 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,E,4 G.A.A. 1,2 Lamb, Jackie G.A.A. 1,2 Vice-President 3 President 4 Y-Teens Vice-President 3,4 Student Council Secretary 4 Assembly Committee 1, Chairman 4 Social Committee 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshmen Chorus 1 Football Queen 4 Cheerleader 4 National Honor Society 4 3 4 Lamb, Jackie con't. Girls' Chorus 3 Latin Club 2 Annual Staff 2,3 Business Manager 4 Band 2,3 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Class Plav 3,4 ' Senior Scholarship Team 4 General Scholarship Test l, I Mixed Ensemble 4 Leslie, Marilvn Y-Teens 3,4 Latin Club 2 Sec.-Treas. Mixed Chorus 2,4 Girls' Chorus 2 Freshmen Chorus l Mc Millen, Ruth G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Latin Club 2 Vice-President Freshmen Chorus l Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Girls' Chorus 2,3 Purple 4 Gold l,2,3 Band l,2,3 Senior Scholarship Team 4 General Scholarship Test 2 Michael, Anne Intramurals l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshmen Chqrus l Girls' Chorus 2,3 Cheerleader 3,4 G A.A. l,2,3,4 Y-Teens 3,4 F.H.A. l,2 Band 2 Football Queen Attendant 4 Moore, Patty Intramurals l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Freshmen Chorus l Girls' Chorus 2,3 G,A.A. l,2,3,4 Y-Teens Secretary 3,4 Purple 4 Gold 3 Annual Staff 4 ,Office Practice 4 Murray, Scott Hi-Y 2,3,4 F F.A. l,2,3,4 Track 3,4 Neubert,,John HimY.2,3,4 .F,F.A,,l,2,3,4 lrootnaii 5,4 Freshmen Chorus l Hall Monitor 3,4 Projection Club 3,4 Smith, Jackie 2 Y Teens 3,4 Mixed Chorus 4 D.d.R, Scholarship Test 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4 Interclass Contest 3,4 ClaSS Play 3,4 General Scholarship Test 2,3 Purple d Gold 3 Feature Ed. 4 Smith, Carl Fbotball 4 Basketball 2,3,4 Hi-Y 4 Smith, Margaret Freshmen Chorus l Girls' Chorus 2,3 Mixed Chorus 4 Annual Staff 4 G.A,Ap 3,4 F.H.A. 3 Librarian 4 Snare, hiriam G.A.A. 3,4 Freshmen Chorus l Girls' Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Office Practice 4 Snyder, Jean Y-Teens Publicity Chairman 3, Program Chairman 4 Orchestra l,2,3,4 Band 3 Freshmen Chorus 1 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4 Interclass Contest 2,3,4 - Purple 4 Gold l,2,3 Editor 4 Latin Club 2 Intramurals 1,2 Solo 4 Ensemble Contest l National Honor Society 4 Senior Scholarship Team 4 General Scholarship Test l,2,3,4 Ohio Historv'Test 4 D.A.R. Test 4 Class Play 4 Co-VaLedictorian Sousley, David, Jr, Hi-Y 2,3,4 Football 1, 2, 3,4 Co-Captain Basketball 3,4 Track 3 Mixed Chorus 4 Intramurals 1,2,3 Mixed Ensemble 4 Spar, Karl Boys' Chorus 3 Mixed Chorus l,2,3,4 Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra 1,2 F.F.A. 1,2 Hi-Y 2,3,4 Football 3,4 Mixed Ensemble 4 Class President 4 Student Council 2 Vice-President 4 Class Play 3,4 Intramurals l,2,3,4 Senior Scholarship Team 4 General Scholarship Test l,2,3 National Honor Society 4 Hall Monitor 3 Solo 4 Ensemble Contest 2,3,4 Social Committee 4 Thompson, Patricia Y-Teens 3,4 G.A.A. l,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Girls' Chorus 3 Freshm on Chorus l General Scholarship Test 1,2 Period Monitor 3 Office Practice 4 Class Treasurer l,3,4 Van Atta, Paul Hi-Y 3, President 4 F.F.A. 1 Treasurer 2 Secretary 5 President 4 Ebotball 2,3,4 Basketball l,3,4 Track 3,4 Baseball 2 Projection Club 4 Class Secretary 2,3 Van Dyne, Charles Hi-Y 4 Freshmen Chorus l Hall Konitor 3,4 Whitaker, Jack Lakewood High School Spanish Club 2,3 Paper Staff 2,3 Ada High School HiUY 4 Period Monitor 4 Annual Staff 4 Social Committee 4 Track 4 Class Play 4 Wince, Ruth Assistant Librarian 4 Wingate, Vera F.H.As 4 GQAQA. 3,4 Zimmer, Russell Projection Club l ADA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 1947-1945 Name Class Name Class Agin, Barbara '50 Conley, Constance '53 Agin, Lloyd '48 Craig, Roy '5O Allen, Sally '52 Crates, James '53 Amstutz, Marjorie '51 Crates, Jerry '48 Amstutz, Richard '53 Cross, Robert '51 Ansnach, Johnny '53 Dabler, Lee Allen '53 Bailey, Villard '49 Daft, Robert '48 Baker, Marilyn '48 Dearth, Dean '50 Bales, Violet '48 Dearth, Dorothy '49 Ballinger, Charles '48 Dearth, Ilene '50 Ballinger, Herbert '50 Dearth, Russell '52 Battles, Loren '49 Decker, Betty '53 Battles, Shirley '53 Deringer, Charles '53 Baughman, Joe '50 Deringer, Evelyn '48 Benham, Ned '50 Deringer, Maxine '50 Bicknell, Elizabeth '49 Deringer, Russell '51 Bicknell, Jo Ann '51 Dicus, Richard '53 Binder, Robert '50 Diefenderfer, Joan '51 Binkley, Charles '49 Dobbins, Sara Lou '48 Binkley, Harmon '49 Dodge, Betty Jeane '51 Blank, Betty '48 Dodge, Jeanne '52 Blank, Carolyn '50 Eddy, John '49 Botkins, Bdddie '48 England, Eunice '53 Boutwell, Jack '51 England, Louise '51 Bower, Catherine '52 Ernsberger, Clyde '49 Bower, DeLols '49 Ernsberger, Glenn '52 Rower, Fleming '48 Fisher, Claribel '50 Brennan, Beulah '53 Fisher, Margaret '51 Branstetter, Mark '51 Fisher, Robert '49 Bridenbaugh, Robert '48 Fleming, Roger '53 Brown, Bethal '53 Fleming, Wayne '53 Brown, Darlene '50 Fox, Rose Ella '5l Brown, Orville '51 Garver, Agnes '49 Eurman, Avonelle '48 Carver, Clarence '52 Campbell, Charles '53 Gilbert, Jane '49 Campbell, Ruth '49 Gilbert, William '53 Candler, Twila '52 Gilmore, Phillip '52 Church, Kay '5l Gobin, Don '50 Church, Richard '53 Gobin, James '48 Clark, Peggy ' '53, Goble, Paul '48 Clay, Sonja '52 Gossard, Evelyn '48 Clum, Doris '48 Gossman, Robert '5l Cole, Robert '50 Gossman, Wanda '49 Collins, Betty '50 Griffith, Bea '53 Collins, Edward '51 Grubaugh, Janice '53 Collins, Sara Ann '51 Grubaugh, Roy '49 Guins, Jimmie Guins, Patty Sue Guyton, Raymond Harris, Lois Harris, Robert Harrod, Janet Harrod, Joyce Harsh, Betty Hattery, Beverly Hattely' Delores Hawley, Shirley Hays, Jo Ann Hays, John Henry,'Edith Henry, Twila Hicks, Marvin Hicks, Maxine High, Mary Alice High, Ralph- Hindall, Shirley Hitchcock, Betty Mae Hitchcock, Robert Hooper, Robert Hodser, Dorothy Howbert, Janice Hover, Audrey Hover, Irvin Hoyt, Benny Hoyt, Doris Hoyt, Hattie Hubbell, Tom Hunsicker, David Hurlburt, Jean Jump, Dorothy Jump, Robert Keller, Juanita Keller, Lloyd Kindle, Clair Klingler Betty Jane Klingler Dean Klingler Dee Klingler Howard Klingler Joseph Klingler, Marilyn Klingler, Martha Klingler, Roy Klingler, William Kreglow, Sara Jane Lamb, Jackie LaRue, Betty LaRue, Helen LaRue, Patty '55 '55 '48 '49 '49 '49 '52 '51 '55 '52 '52 '49 '55 '49 '49 '51 '49 .I " 50 '49 '50 '55 '55 '55 '49 '49 '49 '5o '49 '55 '51 '5o '49 '52 '49 '51 '49 '52 '5o '49 '49 '52 '52 '49 '52 '51 '49 '49 '49 '51 '50 '55 LaRue ,' Stella Leslie, Kathryn Leslie, Marilyn Loescher, Charlotte Long, Joan Luginbuhl, Richard McCumber, Donald McCurdy, Clair McMillen, Evonda McMillan, Ruth Ann McQuown, Paul Main, Shirley Mallow, Donald Mansfield, Bonnie Marling, Barclay Marling, Shirley Marshall, Jean Marshall, John Marshall, Marcia Marshall, Richard Mathewson, Delores Mathewson, Jerry Messick, Robert Michael, Anne Michael, Betty Miller, Alice Miller, Florence Miller, Gloria Moe, Gordon Moe, Judith Moore, Charles Moore, Pat Moore, Ronald Moore, Russell Mottar, Anabel Motter, Leo Motter, Patricia Murray, Jeanette Murray, Mairice Murray, Scott Neu, Carroll Neubort, John - Nichols, Gloria O'Brien, Jerry O'Brien, Patricia Orders, Barbara Parr, Andy Parshall, George Parshall, Ronald Paugh, Donald Paugh, Neal Peper, David '49 '50 '48 '50 '50 '50 '53 '50 '49 '48 '51 '51 '53 '52 '50 '53 '55 '51 '49 '52 '51 '51 '49 '48 '50 '50 '49 '53 '50 '52 '51 '48 '51 '50 '55 '5O '49 '49 '51 '48 '52 '48 '53 '50 '49 '52 '50 '50 '52 '49 '52 '50 Preston, Eugene Van Dyne, Charles '48 Pruitt , William Rayl, Carolyn Rayl, Wallace Ream, Joan Reams, Blodwyn Reams, Norman Reams, Phyllis Reed, Robert Reed, Vernetta Romick, Clair Romick, Norma Routson, Joanne I Runser , Frederick Rush, Mervin Sander son, Dorothy Slabaugh, Douglas Smith, Betty Smith, Carl Jr. Smith, Clarabelle Smith, Clarence Smith, Ellen Smith, Helen Smith, Jackie Smith, Margaret Smith, Norman Smith, Richard Snare, Miriam Snyder, Daniel Snyder, Jean Sousley, David Spallingcr, Naomi Spar, Karl Spar, Ralph Spellman, Patricia Stober , Keith Jr. Stuber, Mary Stuber , Shirley Suhr, Jack Sweari ngen, Virginia Swinney, Everette Jr Tallman, Tommy Bob Thomps Thomps on, Joan on, Patricia Thompson, Shirley Tinslor, Lee Tinsler, Shirley Touvell, Raymond Jr. Trowbridge, Donna Umphress, Lowell Van Atta, Donald Van Atta, Paul '52 '51 '51 '51 '58 '50 '50 '52 '53 '50 '51 '49 '49 '53 '53 '52 Snecial '49 '48 '49 '49 '53 '53 '48 '48 '50 '53 '48 '53 '48 '48 '51 '48 '53 '53 '51 '49 '53 '53 '53 '51 '53 '52 '48 '53 '50 '53 '51 '51 '49 '53 '48 Wagner, Carl Dean Wagner, Robert Warthman, Jeanne Weishampel, Clara Weishampel, John Weishampel, Sam Welsh, Janel Whitaker, Darlene 'Vhi taker, Jack: Willeke, Sarah Belle Wince, Ruth Wingate, Charles Wingate, Vera Wolfley, Joyce Wood, Jack Worthington, Joseph Wright, Janet Wright , Joan Wright, Norma Wright, Patricia Young, Shirley Zehner, Dottie Zimmer, Russell Zimmerly, Donavin '53 '48 '53 '51 '49 '53 '52 '53 '48 '49 '48 '50 '48 '52 '50 '49 '53 '50 '51 '53 '51 '53 '48 '52 X 39 MAll0W FARM SERVICE J. w. 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