Ada High School - We Yearbook (Ada, OH)

 - Class of 1952

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Kain - Industrial Arts Ohio Northern University - B. 5. in Education lr. J. J. Kreglow - Agriculture Ohio State University - B. S. in Education Mr. Albert A. Melkonian - Social Science, English, Mathematics, Drawing Brooklyn College Ohio State University - B. S. in Education Mr. Ralph E. Obenour - Mathematics, Printing Ohio Northern University - B. S. in Education Mrs. Betsy Remsburg - Biology, Physical Education College of Wooster - B. S. Mr. Stanley J. Salter - Vocal Music Taylor University - B, S, in Education f Mrs. Hazel Tallman - English, Mathematics, Literature, Reading Ohio Northern University - B. 5. in Education Mr. Clarence C. Thompson - Health, History, Physical Education Rio Grande College Ohio Northern University - B. 5. Mrs. Pearl Underwood Q English, History Ohio Northern University - B. 5. in Education Miss Maxine Deringer - Secretary 4-wil M! W 'A k LARENCE nw We ig 5 Z ,Wa SY? 4 fx 'Q " :iii 1, Y D www xiii? L MISS MABEL CRAWFORD RI HARD D KAIN MRS. PEARL UNDERWOOD 214234 ' ' -, P MR. I. I. KRECDOW in zk 4' W ff 5 -I MRS. BETSY REMSBURG MR. 7,RALPH E. OBENOUR MR. ROBERT L. BOWDEN MR. WILLIAM M. ANSLEY x..sJ".1' HA MRS. MARGARET BAKER MISS RUTH HANKISH ' W A. MELKONIAN MISS MAXINE DERINCER Secretary MR. STANLEY I. SALTER ADA ALMA MATER To A - da. Hijfh, our ozm school, "Ie raise our sorwgf to - dev, E fi -iTw9-1lfMeV-l- . .. 1 -o 4 oo 1 1 if Jeri ...-..-, ..-.3.-f5iiff4f ""'f' -.e ,H -A A . ',..,.,, go-ql,,,.-.,.M.-,,...,..,..,..... ,..,.,, we praise thee now we serve thee In all our work and play, Ti -TA-.ri U Y Y .... T li Y it WA Yi- . Y I A oo o ' ,A o oo I 5 o Mum 'N' 1 + f 3 A ll I ' o ' Ewoo an 4 ' W' o J Our col - ors al - wave f1v..ini, Ue'11 keep them ever up on high. o., 'A Q o 'o 'ol' il ' ' 1 Q fm ' fel -J I Q I W o A My i , o M -S55 uma 'W o i gm ' A Qm fe E L'ftFg f7Tw W X fe "' fU To A - da High our own school, Tie'11 praise thee to the sky, A , fs. 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Ronald Parshall Janet Welsh Jeanne Dodge Dorothy Jump CLASS OFFICERS: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer CLASS ADVISERS: Miss Mabel Crawford Mrs. Margaret Baker ORGANIZATION REPRESENTATIVES: Joan Ream Phil Gilmore Clair Kindle Glenn Ernsberger Sonja Clay Phyllis Reams Sally Allen Sonja Clay Joyce Harrod Howard Klingler Gloria Miller Janet Welsh Donald Van Atta Janet Welsh Glenn Ernsberger Joyce Harrod Student Council Student Council Student Council Student Council Jr. Red Cross Jr. Red Cross Intramural Manager Intramural Manager ORGANIZATION HEADS: Annual F. F. A. F. H. A. G. A. A. Hi-Y Purgle and Gold Student Council Y-Teens MARGARET BAKER Adviser DOROTHY L. JUMP Treasurer GLORIA J. MILLER GLENN ERNSBERGER fywubfza RONALD G. PARSHALL President JANET L. WELSH Vice President DONALD C. VAN ATTA JOYCE L. HARROD PHILLIP R. GILMORE JOAN REAM MABEL CRAWFORD Adviser JEANN E DODGE Secretary HOWARD F. KLINCLER CLAIR W. KINDLE JOSEPH KLINGLER CAROL NEU SALLY ALLEN fy LARRY DUDCEON NEAL PAUGH BONNIE MANSFIELD JOYCE WOLFLEY EUGENE PRESTON PHYLLIS REAMS CLARENCE GARVER RICHARD MARSHALL BARBARA ORDERS , H. ALAN HARP ROBERT READ H O N O R MARTHA KLINGLER DONAVIN ZIMMERLY CATHERINE BOWER CATHERINE A. GUDAKUNST RUSSELL DEARTH ,Mmm SONJA CLAY PEETER MANNIK S O C I E T Y ,714 Mamariam We if M To our classmate, Dorothy I. Sanderson, who passed away on August 20, 1951, we give this, our tribute. "We have but faith, we cannot know, For knowledge is of things we see, And yet we trust it comes from Thee A beam of darkness, let it grow." TENNYSON Senior Class of 1952 ..,... r 1 i V s2s25"f+5:Si222Es ,sis2i2isis3z?z2zsg' szz2ggsgz:g:5:g.g:? ...g , , . .gg gg., W 3:1321 11:55 :g1g::f.a:.s::J g:3:,1,:.g:,1:1.:.::1 0I:,',:-::-:::::,:,:- l':fgZg 155535 55:55 :gzggg g5,:3:' SESS.. ..-.:,.:-:-:, ' aizgigifigizisizgil 9.-H-I , x 155:55 35235. 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If l I , 1 1 nf V' If I 1 4 :MTTX 'Vx 'I A f I 1,11-g-5551 I 5 f 2 x ',55-f--GZ?" ..!,,,, 5 ., :ifff'.5ff5??7 1. ,-fififiif, 422352721 XX KUM7--v 251211 . f ff' 151, . . .... x f A f XII f B kt xx ' .1 .I 4 X , 1 If 1 Y Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Sixth Row: Seventh Row: No Pictures: JUNIOR CLASS NAMES Wayne Fleming.........President Ed Baker.........Vice President Mr. Obenour... .....Adviser Jack Suhr.... ....Secretary Fred Runser... ....Treasurer Beverly Hattery, Robert Hitchcock,Peggy Clark, Robert Hooper, Shirley Sheldon, Tom Tallman, Jean Marshall. Arden Searson,Gloria Nichols, George Wissingeg Nancy Long, John Anspach, Mary Ann Fleming, Roger Fleming, Antoinette Anastesi, Bill Gilbert, Dorothy Houser, Dan Snyder, Patsy Spellman, Richard Smith, Anebel Motter. Billy Bales, Helen Smith, Mervin Rush, Dottie Zehner, Sam Weishampel, Shirley Tinsler, Richard Dicus. Ellen Smith, Jim Crates, Mary Griffith, Ralph Spar, Mildred Brown, Donald Mellow, Betty Decker. Shirley Marling, Patty Wright, Patty LaRue, Jean Warthmen, Constance Conley. Richard Donner, Alan Combs. is 'FUSE my, gig 7 A Ns M f 'QE :Eg Q M Q1 3 'Lf 4 l QZQPQ, 'sf' -1: : M Qj f 'WK ,Y 'CI' ., 1.52. In ,ik 'Q' if? fwigig, -fy-:sf xi, vm 4.4 9 Q wg 4-If Mm vi' my Uri, 'JG' in pffg L V V 'aj Vg T' 'K LAV5 i wm x , , V I A i t , 'fig .. ,. A'F?A f ?! 1 H? y M 33: Lf 71 X . f K., 1 4 1 -Y ,' Vi . wig. - p f, ,f -qw :z , Q Qu W ,wwlfy f' "Ai, I ' 5353-. ' V5: X f Q ' iii? i ,z L5?mf,.w at Q: 55 THE JUNIOR CLASS Hats off to the juniors Who day by day With Rayne as president Make strides in every way. For Did For Did Our Interclass Pat and Anabel well on the lighter side, seriousness Dan and Gloria so well that they need never hide. stars on the floor Ed and Jack Many baskets did shoot, While Ralph, Fred, and Jim starred In football, and made us feel proud. Bill and Toni are the cutest couple, And For active in all sorts of ways things to be done, the two Pats Their staunchness, ne'er could ve doubt. Remember the couple at carnival time That the class chose as King and Queen? Certainly Jean and Alan will remember that Hith 515- did we sing! Ye always will remember those tvo old Ford That Don and Merv used to drive. Tearing down Grand Avenue How did they stay alive? In girls basketball, Betty was head Lon just about every game, Mary Ann, Jean, Mildred, and Shelly Will certainly ride on to fame. For music, always at contest time The girls, Helen and Shirley Tried to win, but Arden and Tom Caught up with them in a hurry. Mary Bea's and Connie's lovely eyes, Mill live in the hearts of many. And Beverly and Ellen cut quite a figure On skates, almost like Sonja Henie. If you want to have a good time and laugh It's Dick, a new boy this year. While Bill Bale is the artist of the class About him, plenty, you'll hear. Peg can cook, no question raised. A good wife to somebody she'll make. Since Shirley's engaged, it's about time She learned to bake a cake. Bob, who is letterer on the annual staff Lith his compass and pencil did work, Roger and Dick are quiet anc friendly But their duties ne'er did they shirk. As years may come and years may go You'll hear the echo in the hall, Of George and Johnny's raucous laugh iith fond amusement you'll recall. First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: Sixth Row: Seventh Row: Eighth Row: No Pictures: SOFHOMORE CLASS NAMES Miss Hankish-Adviser, Ernie Risner-President, Marjorie Fleming-Vice Preiident Marlene Crawford-Secretary-Treasurer, Gerald Deerth- Student Council, Joe Harrod-Student Council, Mr. Bowden-Adviser. Norma LaRue, Russell Peper, Sue Young, Carol James, Patty Dodge, Carol Stober, Walter Anspech, Joyce Heller. Dana Sloan, Paul Allen, Martha Reyl, Alverna Stair, Joie Benham, Gerald Marling,Jean Cross. Elizabeth Bower, Ronnie Made, Eileen May, Betty Pruitt, Bob Lamb, Joan Tressel. Larry Klingler, Geraldine Bailey, Lola Shadlem Mary Klingler, Waldo Rayl. Corelie Miller, Don Sanderson, Janice Holfleyw Alice Romick, Ralph Moormen, Betty Cunninghan. Mary Markle, Bob Uebb, Shirley Merqusit, Linda Mein, Mary Lou Morris, Loren Betz, Sally Jc Link. Joyce May, Vaughn Cermean, Millie Baughman, Carolyn Leslie, Patty Binkley, Cerloyn Messick Eugene Zimmerly, Judy McClure. Carol hood, Emily Bale, Doris Binkley,CerlbS Conley, Charles Deringer. SOPHOMORE POFULARITY POLL Most popular Best looking Neetest appearing Prettiest heir Most co-operative Peppiest Most athletic Most beshful Most intelligent BCM Joe Harrod Eugene Zimmerly Ronnie Made Walter Anspach Lrnie Risner Russell Peper Vaughn Cermean Gerald Marling Bob Lamb GIRL Carolyn Leslie Carol James Marlene Crawford Joie Benham Emily Bale Mary Klingler Joan Tressel Doris Binkley Eileen May . S ' is "Q'kL?5wi AM Q ,M , -,E::-- E .. 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Jim Curtiss, Clarice Jump, Kay Staley, Jeanette Moorman Carol Fleming, Kathryn Legge, Dorothy Fox, Dean Baker. Max Casper, Mary Agin, Glenn Deringer, Joyce Hawes, Linda Coburn, Ronnie Jump, Patty Sanders, Arnold Brown. Dianne Florida, Jack Hathewson, Joyce Anspach, Harold Musser, Buddy Routson, Judy Smith, Herbert Spallinger, Leah Hetrick. Stophel. CAN YOU RECOGNIZE THESE FRESHHEN? Joyce Hawes Phvllis Earl Bud Routson Jerry Marshall Harold Musser Joan Scott Judy Smith Max Casper Wilma Knell Morgan Garver Barbara Kipker Ronnie Jump Carol Simon Dianne Florida Juanita Wirries Jack Nathewson Charles Newland Dean Baker Sonny Bosch John Marshall Sally Smith Blondie Boots Red Ryder Jughead Lil' Abner Louise Sweeney Abbie Rex Morgan Pug Roy Rogers Daisy Mae Jiggs Maggie Myrtle Brenda Breeze Tarzan Dagwood Steve Canyon Scotty . Henry Olive First Row: Second Row: Third Row: Fourth Rows Fifth Row: Sixth Row: No Pictures: First Row: Second ROW: Third Row: Fourth Row: Fifth Row: No Picturesz EIGHTH GRADE NAMES Richard Ladd-Reporter,Jack Fensler-Vice President, Jerry Hooper-President, Marvin BaransyeTreasurer, Helen Foxy Reporter. Mr. Ansley-Adviser, Robert LaRue, Dianne Siferd, -Gary Brown, Morris Shephard, Ruth May, Richard Ackerman, Mr. Salter-Adviser. Joy Smith, Charles Boutwell, Laura Heller, Russell Truman, Vivien Harmon, Chester Cook, Flecia Gibbons, Ronald Motter, Barbara Gunn, Stephen Cole, Sandra Simon, Weldon Risner. David Parshall, Marian Stair, David Gordon, Marlene, Myers, Gerald Koop, Charlotte White, Donald Fisher,Caro1 Gardner, Donald Sparks, Arlene Gilbert, Donald Thompson, Mary Dudgeon. Marilyn Marthman, Eugene McClure, Carol Jett, Larry Greenawalt, Patricia Morrison, Robert Klingler, Elsie LaRue, Mordy Moorman, Sally Miller, Gerald Rayl, Arlo Barry, James Nonamaker. Joe Goodwin, John Miller, Lowell Jump, Kent Staley, Roberta Fleming, Irene Marling, Cecil Wright, Jean Musser, Allan Dobnicker, John Van Atta, Justin Dearth Brice Cheney. Della Moss, Barbara Morris, Dennis Heldman. SEVENTH GRADE NAM S Mr. Thompson-Adviser, Nancy Allen-President, .Howard Umphress-Vice President,Edison Long-Secretary-Treasurer, Alan Hetrick-Reporter, Mr. Melkonian-Adviser. Patricia Myers, Marilyn Bosse, Gary Hattery, Sharon Fox, Gerald Dearth, Sheila Simons, Sharon Simons, Byron Baughman, Nancy Brown, Gary Rush, Ruth Fox,Janet Dearth. Gerald Hinkley, Dorothy Boutwell, Perry Long, Alice Warthman, Joe Hright, Blanche McCafferty, Erdman Hack- worth, Emma Morris, Larry Ream, Helen F1eming,Jack Gunn, Alice Reams. Virginia Brown, Dick Elliot, Dorothy Ackerman, Conrad Siferd, Jean Hawes, Mayne Collins, Judith Anspach,Harold Duffy, Patricia Wyse, Freddie Hubbell, Brenda Gollett, Willis Brown. Max Rambo,Darlene Yinger, Paul Downing,Janet Ziokafoose, John Kramer, Deanne Staley, Billy Stoll, Sandra Welsh Stephen Craig, Mary James, David Chandler, David Mellow. Betty Stone, Sue Schindler, Stephen Smith,Ernest Dudgeon Luana Hall. ,av my ,rar Q '-ski ,fm- 2. PM 3 fg,f5 VV, .mah 5 4 N iw ms nf., , 1 A , z 4 ss- -? 2, Q , ' 'P 53 2 F' 57-M Kwik Ki: X X53 E x ' Z Q ,Q Zu r 1. , . ff 'SL k.1 1 Sf K Fixx' . A 5 . , 'I V4 Q' 'H fig A sl imli ,' 7: Q 5,2 Y-f - ' A? af ,A... 1 Q A b 31. . M 3 , 7 5' 5 ' -f - f P' , V, 1 ,f Q- , QQ Za ? 1,-'E if ..,. 1215 . nf f. W7 A M wg, . A av 5:1 Safari , ,K g , ., H' '-Hfjy I 'i ct I f' Y' 1 'HR' ' A ei: f' "M in A gf! , , as Viv' .f 1 f' X, i 4: fm Q 1 'sf 2 fu, ' -1 3' 1, N 5 ' Q q " ii 140' . f 2 , ,A Q 'Y gf., -'.'f,, 1 V ii V, ff in M '5 'fm A , ' HL: Kits K sg: '35 5' 'Rf Y Q :Qian A Q f f' ygfus ' ' , -W - H . V k - "1 'A 14 t 5 1 an y v y 'F 'Q Vg 5 i 5 3' ' QJMEA fi . 1 Z : 5 i A . fy QE i ,, W. if I -V Altl 6 ' M .,.. 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Pharmacist . . , , , , , Grocer . . .Football Player SEVENTH GRADE PERSONALITTES NAME Helen Fleming Patty Wyse Alan Hetrick Paul Downing Harold Duffy Alice Reams Sharon Simon Sheila Simon Steve Smith Bill Stoll Joe Wright Dianne Staley Larry Ream Freddie Hubbell Perry Long Virginia Erown Steven Craig Janet Zickafoose Lois Bosse Jean Hawes MIDDLE NAME Louise Ann Lee Edwin Gene Jo Kay Gay Phillip Joe e Deirs Joy William John Richard Clara Douglas Fave Narilvn Evelyn PET PEEVE Snobby people Doing dishes Dullv people Green beans English Geography Geography Cabbage English Jayne Collins Cats Math Geography Spelling English Doing dishes Soinach Skunks Spinach Geography FAVORITE cn-rss Math Math Meth Hath Spelling English Spelling Spelling Math Band Geography Literature English Meth Fe th Math Nath Ehglish GM Gvm I I I I I I I I I I I I ADA CHRISTMAS I-ues-4 CHEER ' f fx-M , Y , ,, 1 .l,.,,. xx 4 f ' H Q . IND. ARTS n- HOME EC CHEMISTRY S T u H C 'Q 1. 1 -,--. ,...c ',- . 11. 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The Annual Spring Concert the Community Institute, the District Solo and Ensemble Contest in Lima, and the District Choir Contest at Ohio Nor- thern. Officers for these clubs are: MIXED CHOIR President .......... Jeanne Dodge Vice President ...... . .Sonja Clay Treasurer ..... . . . Ronnie Parshall Librarians . . .Ed Baker, Carolyn Leslie Howard Klingler Reporter ........ Shirley Sheldon BOYS' GLEE CLUB President .......... .Ralph Spar Vice President , ,,,,,, Fred Runser Secretary-Treasurer ..., Wayne Fleming Librarian. ..... . . Tom Tallman Reporter . . . . . . . . . . .Dan Snyder GIRLS' GLEE CLUB President. . . . . . Antoinette Anastasi Vice President . . . . . . . Joie Bonham Secretary-Treasurer. . . . Gloria Miller Librarians . , , , . , , Mary Klingler Millie Baughman V c i 'T' H x o E I D R U1--IU?-Ol"'OU" VOCAL MIXED ENSEMBLE SOLO AND EESEMBLE CONTEST The District Solo and Ensemble Contest was held at Lima, Ohio on March 29. Students who entered are listed with their ratings. QQQE TITLE SOPRANO Bonnie Mansfield Nocturne Carolyn Leslie Helen Smith ALTLQ Joyce Harrod Millie Beughman MEZZO SOPRANC Linde Mein Sonja Clay 1559.13 Tom Tallman BARITONES Howard Klingler Den Snyder Tom Tallman Ellie Ralph Spar GIRLS LNSLMBLE MIXED ENSLAELE Lass Mith e Delicate Air Prayer Perfect Morning Friend O Mine There Is No Death who kill Buy My Lavender when Irish Eyes Are Smiling The Trumpeter Invictus Blind Ploughman Bell In The Lighthouse Rings Glorious Fountains April Airs -RQTIISE Superior Superior Excellent Superior Superior Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Excellent Good Excellent Superior Superior The soloists and ensembles who received Superior ratings vere'Uun eligible to go to the state contest held et Otterbein college at Lesterville on April l9. VIOIINS: CELLO: STRING EASS: PIANO: CLARINETS: PICCOIO: FLUTE: OBGE: SAXAPHONES: HORNS: TRGMBONES: BARITQNES: TUBAS: BELL LYRE: CYMBALS: TYNPANI: SNARE DRUMS: BASS DRUM: TRUMPET: STRING ENSEMBLE Mary Markle, Joan Tressel, 'Sun Young, Joyce Harrod, Helen Smith, Jean Cross. . Linda Main Bonnie Mansfield Carolyn Leslie CONCERT BAND Joie Benham, Paul Downing, Margaret Dudgeon, Mary Markle, Della Moss, Varian Stair, Shirley Tinsler, Alice Warthman. Linda Main Marlene Crawford Mildred Baughman Carolyn Leslie, Joyce Heller, Nancy Mansfield Sally Link, Alverna Stair, Joan Tressel, Sue Young. Arden Stoll. Searson, Sally Smith, Dan Snyder, Bill Joyce Anspach, Carol James Larry Dudgeon, Joe Harrod Joyce Hawes Ruth May Jean Cross Bonnie Mansfield, Bill Bale, Morris Shepherd Glenn Ern sb er ger Janet Welsh, Carol Wood, Sam Weishampel, Patsy Decker, Ernest Dudgeon. 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N , ,.. . f X5 W-',,.1, - fx. , Xxx , ,. , ,,. 1-,. ,, x k I - k ,"" ' W- ...,.-. Mfg . , fx XX ff X , ,,.,-, ,. A ,f ,. AX ,., --- , -' 1 X f i 1 ffm ' I V., -,,- K X N , f x I ,' A IJ Q ,A--N--., '. if w J I O -:mag:z:sgsff., 'P . 1 . ' 11215252-. f""" ,""' J C5 O . - :,::55g5g:E9,..-.M I gl sgagagzw, M ,. " W" -iE5E3525i52??2Eii1:.. V 'f ,f---I , . 5232317237-gZ:i:f'241242-L - -" , f f ' 1 I -:2:1:::2:1:1:?:fr:5?3'5"! ' . X' Eigfzzicizf -' ' 1 -1-1-' ' gk af.-- ' ,.. gs? - - ,-1-if .. , 5 . .f A, 6,9 ,...7-,Q f gin' If ,f ,--f--X if 1 ,-f" X xx- - ,- ff. STUDENT COUNCIL i The Student Council is an organization of representa- tives elected from the student body for the purpose of fost- ering better relations betmeen, the administration and the students. The members for 1951-52 are as follows: Glenn Ernsberger . President Phil Gilmore Vice President Gloria Nichols Secretary Joan Ream Treasurer Ed Baker Sgt. at Arms Miss Mabel Crawford Adviser Clair Kindle Gerald Dearth Wayne Fleming Robert LaRue Joe Harrod Phyllis Gudakunst edison Long The members of the Student Council are elected annually from each class. The Council, with their adviser, Miss Mabel Crawford, meet every first and third Monday, alternating third and eighth periods. The Council tries to help solve various problems of the student body which arise during the year. Somet of the projects of the Student Council were the sale of activity tickets, helping purchase the popcorn pop- per, purchasing the Christmas tree and decorating it, and taking care of the business part of the concessions at the games. They make the arrangements for the Interclass Con- test and the Banquet. The psychologist, Dr. Guy Morris Bing- ham, was also sponsored by the Student Council. There are three main committees of the Student Council. The social committee supervises and plans all the junior high and senior high parties and dances. This committee is headed by Joan Ream with Phyllis Gudakunst and Gloria Nichdb as assistants. Their committee members are: Sonja Clay, Dorothy Jump, Carolyn Leslie, Jerry Hooper, Bobby LaRue, Edison Long, and Nancy Allen. The assembly committee plans and schedules all the programs for the year. This committee is composed of the vice presidents of each class, headed by Phil Gilmore and assisted by Joe Harrod, and Wayne Fleming,'The other members are: Janet Welsh, Ed Baker, Marjorie Fleming, Valera Iams, Jack Fensler, and Howard Umphress. The hall monitors are headed by Clair Kindle. Tlieir duty is to keep the halls in order between periods. The re- gular monitors are Clarence Garver, Clair Kindle, Howard Klingler, Dick Marshall, Neal Paugh, Bill Gilbert, Bob Read, Peeter Mannik, Ronnie Parshall, Donald Van Atta, Don Zim- merly, Glenn Ernsberger,, Phil Gilmore, Ed Baker, Wayne Fleming, Jack Suhr, Fred Runser, and Danny Snyder. The sub- stitutes are Russell Dearth,Joe Klingler, Larry Dudgeon, and Arden Searson. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE OU! VP--0 NCIL ON! HALL TO Flffl-I-I-'l'.s."ZO0 RS 0-l"'UI"'l STAFF IOWA-4039 PRINTERS PURPLC 8, GOLD Eublished hi-weekly Qnbelievahle articles good articles Qead bv the students A Qfficiel news voice of Ada Hi gases-six hig ones g gots of societv and feature Lively sports page Qustpan changed Egchanges from other schools During the 1951-52 school vear the Purple 8: Gold has published hvelve issues. The printing class printed each issue. - The Dustpan column had its name changed to the Peepin' Pat column. WWho's Chou and 'Tales on Teechersu were con- tinued from last venr, while Class-I-Lied Ads was a ne? fea- ture this year. The staff tried to bring interesting nets to the stu- dents and encouraged env student to help on the paper. Fbr the first time since the paper has been started, the grade teachers wrote up the news of their classes and it was pub- lished in each issue as a regular column. MASTHEAD Editor-in-Chief. . . . . . Janet Welsh Business Manager. . . .Shirlev Sheldon Assistant .... ..... Bob Reed News Editor. . . . .Bonnie Mansfield Feature Editor. . . . . Pat Spellman Assistant. . . . . . .Jean Cross Social Editor. .,. . . . Jean Uarth an Sports Editors. . . . .Ronnie Parshall Millie Bnughman Circulation Manager. . . . . . . . Jack Suhr Exchange Editor. . . . . Antoinette Anastasi Inquiring Reporter. . .... . . . . Emilv Bale Music Department . . . . . . . . . . .Sally Link Printers. . . . . . .Neal Peugh, Bob Hitchcock Joe Klingler, Jim crates Adviser. . . .... . . . ........ . . R. E. Obenour In addition to those named on the masthead, the follow- ing students helped on the paper: Sallv Allen, Shirley Tinsler, Dorothv Bout ell, Brenda Collett, Willis Brown, Helen Fbx, Jov Smith, Sallv Smith, Carol Fleminv, Ilene Fav, Joyce Heller, Mary Karkle, and Pecgv Clark. ANNUAL STAFF During the past school year the annual staff has put a good deal of time and effort into this publication. We have not found it easy to put out an an ual. There have been many corrections to make and mistakes to rectify but after a year's labor we are ready to present the finished product to the student body, we hope you will enjoy it and that in the years to coma it will be a reminder of the people and activ- ities which made up this school year. The following people made up this year's staff: Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joyce Harrod Business Manager . . . . . . . . . Jeanne Dodge Assistants . . .Jean Warthman, Carolyn Leslie Write-Up Editor Shirley Sheldon Assistants . . . Phil Gilmore, Gloria Nichols Feature Editor , .Joan Ream Assistant . . . Carol James Picture Editor Patsy Spellman Assistants . . . Ed Baker, Joe Harrod Sports Editor. . ...... Bob Lamb Assistant . . Ronnie Parshall Photography . . . . .Glenn Ernsberger Artist . . . Clarence Garver Letterer . . .... Bob Hooper Adviser . . . Miss Mabel Crawford TYPISTS Bon ie Mansfield, Janet Welsh, Barbara Orders, Dorothy Jump, and Joyce Harrod Typing and Mimeographing Adviser . , . . , . . . . . . Miss Ruth Hankish ANN UAL 60? STAFF' 6 U77UmI'UlP3UG5OV"1Z-'Z Y-TEENS President............Joyce Harrod Vice President...,.Gloria Nichols Secretary..,.,,,,.Jeanne Whrthman Treasurer......,.....J6HHH6 Dadge Program Chm,,,,,,Bonnie Mansfield Devotional Chm.,,,,Shirley Tinsler Music Chmooo ouooo euseoossonja Clay Publicity Chm. ..... ,Patsy Spellman Social Chmsoonoe .......Joan Ream Service Chm... ....Dorothy Jump Mabel Crawford...Adviser division of the club is The Y-Teens are a ation. The purpose of girls, devoted to the ideals of personal and faith as Christians.n the Young Women's Christian Associ- "'To build a fellowship of women and task of realising, in our common life, those social living to which we are committed by our The members of the club are the senior, junior, and sophomore girls,The sophomore girls join at the beginning of the second semester in a special recognition service, Meetings' are held birweekly during the eighth period. The programs consist of speakers, discussions, talent programs, and music, ' ' some of this year's events included the Christmas party sith Ken- ton, selling potato chips along idth the other YfTeen clubs of the state, the Mother and Daughter Banquet, and the dance with Hi-Y, Y-Teens, es a service project, sent chocolate to the children overseas for Christmas, They also sponsored the Easter.Services to- gether with the HifY. During Y-Teen.Week they attended church in a body, dressed in club colors, and were hall monitors. ' ' HIyY ' .President,......,,.Donald Van Atta Vice PresidentQ.,,.Clarence Garver Secretary.,,,,,,,,,,,Wayne Fleming ' ,A Dean Clark, Devotional Chm,,,,,,Daniel Snyder Treasurer,..,....s...,Fred Ru ser Program Chm.,5,.,Glenn Ernsberger oweokdviser' ' All boys of the upper three grades are eligible to join this organisation of our school, ' The purpose of Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character, This the boys try to achieve through clean speech, cleen sports, clean scholarship and clean living. - , In contrast with previous yeers,thls group met every other week. The well planned programs included speakers, movies, and discussions. Potluoks, playnights, swim ing, and skating parties were held through- out the year, 1 A Hi+Y and Y-Teens held joint meetings and joined in presentation of the religious services during Holy Week,e p ' , F. H. A. Officers President ......... Gloria Miller Vice President....Jean Marshall Gloria Nichols ' Secretary ........ Barbara Orders Treasurer .... .... Judy McClure Historian ........... Norma LaRue The purpose of F. H. A. is to life, make a better community, and This organization is composed who have had one or more years of had 50 members. The meetings are held on the every month. Initiation of new members wa year have included a formal dance, Parliamentarian. ...... Joyce Heller Song Leader .......... Mary Griffith Pianist ............ Jeanne Warthman Reporter......, .... Shirley Sheldon Sponsor........Mrs. Margaret Baker Chapter Mother..Mrs. Anabel Orders promote interest in home and family to promote international good will. of girls in the upper four grades home economics. This year F. H. A. first Monday and third Thursday of s held on October l. Events of the a Christmas party, and a mother daughter banquet. They closed the year with a farewell party for the seniors in F. H. A. For their projects this year, they worked for the Junior Homemaker Degree, Chapter Homemaker Degree, and State Homemaker Degree. President.......Howard Klingler FD Fl Al Officers Treasurer.... ....Don Zimmerly Reporter.... ...Wayne Fleming Vice President.....Clair Kindle Secretary...........Fred Runser 'Adviser - J. J. Motto: Learning to do, doing to serve. Purpose: ure farmer citizens. Sentinel.... ....Arden Searson Kreglow to learn, learning to live, living To improve agriculture and to improve themselves as fut- The club has four goals which each member strives for: Green hand Future Farmer, State Farmer, and American Farmer. Those pertain to farming, investments, earning, and easily obtained. leadership. These goals are not M FHA V FFA I GAA. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION President .... . . .Janet Welsh Vice President . . . .Shirley Sheldon Secretary, . , , Carolyn Leslie Treasurer. . . . Gloria Nichols Reporter ........... Millie Baughman Intramural Managers. Sonja Clay - Sally Allen Sgt, at Arms , , , Dorothy Jump - Joan Ream Adviser , . . . . .Nrs. Betsy Remsburg G.A.A. .is an organization of the girls in the upper four grades who are interested in athletics. This year the organization had the largest membership in several years with ninety-two members. The purpose of G.A.A. is to create more interest and enthusiasm in girls sports. To win a letter, sportrate, or pin a girl must earn a required number of points. Some of the many ways to earn these points are: playing in the noon games, refereeing at noon games, selling concessions at football, and basketball games, being an officer in G.A.A., being a cheerleader, or attending the club meetingse G.A.A. has one meeting a month: this is held on the third Monday night of the month. The first meeting of this year was the initiation of the freshmen at a Weiner roast at Memorial Park. Other highlights of the year were: a talk by Niss Lourie, of Hooster College, the mother-daughter pot- luck, a chili supper, the valentine dance, a swimming party, and a skating party. The last meeting of the year was a farewell banquet for the seniors in G.A.A. at which the axards frf were given to those who earned them. CHEERLEADERS Sally Allen, Gloria Miller, Antoinette Anastasi, and Millie Baughman, four active members of G.A.A., were chosen by the student body as cheerleaders for '51 and '52. They led us through the year with much enthusiasm and many rousing cheers. 'THE UNBXPECTLD GULSTU The cast of characters for the senior class play which was presented on May 2 and 3 was as follows: Paul Evans Upton. . . .Howard Klingler Mary Upton. . . . . . . . Joyce Harrod George Upton . . . .Donavin Zimmerly Eleanor Upton. . .... Sonja Clay Harry Huston. . . . . .Ronald Parshall Delivery Man . . . .Glenn Ernsberger John Blowing ........ Phil Gilmore Joseph Krumley ........ .Alan Harp Prince Tashum Sumbore . . .Peeter Mennik Mrs. Greeley ......... Sally Allen Helen Greeley ....... Phyllis Reams Director . . .Albert Melkonian The play takes place in the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Upton. Mr. Upton has just made his million and Mrs. Upton sees her opportunity to become the society leader of her city by having a big dance and inviting the renownfad Hindu Prince poet to be the distinguished guest. The Upton's two children, Eleanor and George, are home from college on vacation. Very suddenly, Harry Huston, a fraternity brother of George's drops in for an unexpected visit with George. Meanwhile, the Prince telegraphs the Upton's that he will be unable to be present. George takes the telegram and he and Harry begin fooling around with a turban and Mrs.Upton walks in and sees Harry. She immediately mistakes lxis identity and so the news gets around that the Prince has arrived. The dance begins and theUPrincengets along very nicely. He is making a hit with Eleanor whom he really came to see. Eleanor and her boyfriend, John Blowing, have a half quarrel after Krumley, the detective, tries to make love to her and the UPrinceW rescues Eleanor. Later in the evening, Eleanor receives a telegram from the real Prince saying that he will be able to come after all. She thinks the telegraph company is crazy because the Prince has already arrived. But the real Prince arrives, much to the amazement of the tvo boys--George and Harry. After the boys caught the real Prince and tied him up secuny ly--so the boys thought-the Prince enters the same room with Harry. After a scramble, the true identity of the Prince is revealed. He is not a Prince but a jewel thief. Harry is planning to return to college without telling his identity but Eleanor learns of it. Eleanor has a big fight with John and they break up. Then Harry and Eleanor decide that they would be happier together. D GUE O Q? O wx waz- -R909-C0 FQ Q9 cow? 9 O is JUNIOR CLASS PLAY On the nights of November 15 and 16, the junior class of Ada High School presented Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, a comedy in three acts. The cast of characters in order of their appearance was: Steward ......... Mrs. Skinner ...... Cornelia Skinner.... Otis Skinner .... .... Emily Kimbrough..... Purser... .... ..... . Stewardess....... Dick Winters .... Admiral........... Harriet St. John.... Winifred Blaugh..... Leo MbEvoy........ Inspector,...,... Therese............. Madam Eliseoonooooos Monsieur de la Croix Window Cleaner,,,,,, An ...Wayne Fleming ...Jean Warthman ...Patsy Spellman .....Fred Runser ...Anabel hotter a o naaoau Baker ...Gloria Nichols U Q 0 0 .George aissinger ....Mary Griffith ......Peggy Clark .......Bob Hooper ..3hirley Tinsler toinette Anastasi ... .......Dorothy Houser UlQ.UOlllOBil1 ........T0m Tallman Cornelia and Emily, teen-age girls wanting freedom from their parents, are making a trip to Paris. The famous Otis Skinner and his wife, Cornelia's parents, are also going to Paris on another ship, The girls have been given usafety pocketsn, little bags which they wear under their skirts, to keep their valuables in. As soon as they are alone the girls try to get rid of their Usafety pocketsu but they become entangled in a chain of events which merrily include Dick and Lee, American boys, and Harriet and Winifred, two English girls. when it is the day to leave the ship Cornelia contracts a case of the measles and has to be smuggled past the health inspector. Once in Paris the girls go to a rooming house run by Madam Elise and her daughter Therese. Here, they finally get rid of the nsafety pocketsn only to receive a new set from Mrs. Skinner. Cornelia takes acting lessons from Monsieur de la Croix who doesn't care for Cornelia but hopes to use her father's influence for his own popularity. Lee and Dick come to take the girls out to dinner and Cornelia discovers that she has been attacked by bedbugs. Emily and Cornelia's mother try to cover up for her, much to the amazement of the window washer, who can't quite understand the situation. After the Paris vacation is over, and after a feeble attempt to lose the usafety pocketsn, Emily and Cornelia are homeward bound. Mra Albert Melkonian directed the play and Alva Rubenstine from Ohio Northern assisted. Mention should also be made of the many juniors who worked with tickets, stage, and properties, for without them there would have been no play. INTERCLASS CONTEST There was a lot of class spirit between the seniors, juniors, and sophomores on the day of March 7, 1952 for that was the day of the annual Interclass Contest. The trad- itional literary battle was for the coveted cup which GOD- testants of each class would like to win for their class- mates. The seniors and sophomores .each had two firsts, but the seniors won by the number of points. The Interclass Contest, one of the highlights of the year, is sponsored by the student council, and this year marked the thirtieth contest since its beginning. The evening was ended by stunts from each of the three classes participating in the contest. The following students participated in the program: Essay: Tursuit of Happiness Are Sports Worthwhile? The Power offiayer Reading: Tobias Takes A Sleeper She Goes to a Football Gigglin' Lizzie Oration: The Heritage of Youth World Leadership? Gur Greatest Threat Short Story: F?E61 i5TEEH Board Give He the Needle! Prize of the Earth Game Special numbers given were: Gloria Nichols, Junior 1fRobert Lamb , Sophomore Janet Welsh, Senior rPhil Gilmore, Senior Anabel Motter, Junior Mildred Baughman, Sophomore YJoyce Heller, Sophomore Glenn Ernsberger, Senior Daniel Snyder, Junior Carlos Conley, Sophomore sBonnie Mansfield, Senior Patsy Spellman, Junior Violin:SEf5WTAwmTLT 'WAS Mary Markle, Sophomore Vocal Duet Joyce Harrod, Howard Klingler, Seniors Trumpet Solo Sam Weishampel, Junior INTERCLASS BANQUET NPainting the Clouds with Sunshinen was the theme of the Interclass Banquet held on March S in the multiple pur- pose room. The delicious dinner was prepared and served by the women of the Sugar Grove Methodist Church. All six classes were represented on the program follow- ing the dinner. Jeanne Dodge was Mistress of Ceremonies with Phyllis Reams, Bob Hooper, Russell Peper, Sally Smith, Jean Hawes, Darlene Yinger, Alice Warthman, Mr. Bowden, and several members of the eighth grade participating in the program. df W?.2 BANQUET 1 I T , PRINCE OF PEACE CONTEST On November 11, the annual Prince of Peace Contest was held. This year the contest was di- vided into two groups with the juniors and seniors at the Presbyterian Church and the sophomores at the Church of Christ. The local contest winners were Glenn Ernsber- ger and Joyce Heller with Eilliam and Emily Bale as respective alternates. In the County Contest, Joyce Heller won top honors and Glenn Ernsberger won second place. Since she was first in Hardin County, Joyce was eligible to compete in the District Contest, in which she placed third. Other participants were: William Bale Emily Bale Alan Combs Glenn Ernsberger Joyce Heller Linda Main Mary Markle Tom Tallman Jo Ann Tressel SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TESTS On Saturday, February 23, five senior stu- dents went to Kenton for the annual Senior Schol- arship Tests. These tests include the folloving subjects: English, history, mathematics, science, and reading. Glenn Ernsberger placed seventh in Hardin County and Janet Welsh received honorable mention. Those who took the tests were: Peeter Mannik Phil Gilmore Jeanne Dodge Glenn Ernsberger Janet Welsh Bonnie Mansfield SCHOOL CALENDAR 1951 - 1952 ' SEPTEMBER School opens Findlay Preview, Findlay - Wapak Football Game, Here - - Bluffton Football Game, There - - Band Participated in Hardin County Fair , 28 - - No School - Hardin County Fair Spencerville Football Game, There OCTOBER F.H.A.Initiation - Carey Football Game, Homecoming - Queen's Ball - - Annual Pictures Taken 12 - - St. Rose Football Game, Here 15 - - Senior and Faculty Pictures G .A ,A . Meeting 16 - - F.H.A, Weiner Roast 17 - - Quartet Parade 18 - - Kenton Football Game, There 19 - - No School, District Teachers' Meeting 26 - - LaFayette Football Game, There NOVEM ER Forest Football Game, Here, Dad's Night - Junior High Party - F.H.A. Meeting - - Ada-Kenton Y-Teen Meeting 12 - - Hi-Y Meeting 15 - - Junior Class Play 16 - - Junior Class Play 17 - - F.H.A. Dance 19 - - G.A.A. Meeting 22-23 - - Thanksgiving Vacation 28 - - Senior Talent Show 30 - - Shawnee Basketball Game, There DECEMBER Upper Sandusky Basketball Game, There - Y-Teens Go to Kenton - Lima St. Rose Basketball Game, Here - - Assembly - Jesse Ray Taylor 19 - - F.H,A. Christmas Party 21 - - Bluffton Basketball Game, There 24 - Jan, 2 - - Vacation JANUARY Kenton Basketball Game, Here - St. Marys' Basketball Game, There - Donkey Basketball Game, Here - - Carey Basketball Game, There 12 - - Senior High Party 15 - - LaFayette Basketball Game, Here 18 - - Delphos Basketball Game, Here 22 - - Alger Basketball Game, Here 25 - - Harrod Girls Basketball Game, Here 26 - - School Carnival 29 - - Spenoerville Basketball Game, There FEBRUARY Minstrel - Senior Scholarship Tests, Minstrel - Dola Basketball Game, Here - - MoGuffey Basketball Game, Here ll - - Van Wert Basketball Game, Here 12 - - F.H.A. Skating Party 15 - - G.A,A, Dance 19 - - Kenton Girls Basketball Game, Here 21 - - Y-Teen Mother-Daughter Banquet 26 - - P.T.A. Meeting 27-28 - - Farmers' Institute 29 - - Interclass Tournament MARCH Interclass Contest - Interclass Banquet - - Hi-Y Skating Party - - Hi-Y - Y-Teen Dance 18 - - Roman Banquet 29 - - Junior High Party APRIL Hi-Y Swim ing Party - Spring Concert - F.H.A, Mother-Daughter Tea MAY - Senior Class Play Final District State Scholarship Tests - G.A.A. Banquet - Awards Assembly - - Junior-Senior Prom 11 - - Baccalaureate 22 - - Class Night 23 - - Commencement W I ASSEMBLIES September September 19- Lho's Who Assembly October October 3- Rev. Lee C. Moorehead of Ada 17- Rev. Willard Thomas of Harrod November 14- 28- December 11- 21- January 9- 23- February 13- 27- March 5- 12- Ho April 9- 23- Ohio Northern November Junior Red Cross Assembly Triangle Musical Assembly December Jesse Ray Taylor Clmitationsl Vesper Program January No Assembly Twenty Questions Assembly February College Dramatic Department Community Institute March Judge Lady, Probate Judge of Hardin County nor Society Assembly April University Choir Speech Class May May 14- Awards Assembly N NAME Allen Bower Clay Dearth Dodge Dudgeon Ernsberger Garver Gilmore Gudakunst Harp Harrod Jump Kindle Klingler Klingler Klingler Mansfield Mannik Marshall Miller Neu Orders Parshall Paugh Preston Read Ream Reams Van Atta Welsh holfley Zimmerly SENIOR PERSONALITILS FAVORITE SONG Because Cry Because of You Tennessee Paltz September Song Because of You Good-bye My Coney Island Baby Because of You Sin Because of You Too Old to Cut the Mustard Spellbound Loveliest Night of the Year Slowpoke Tennessee Waltz Deep Purple Undecided The Man I Love Undecided Tennessee Waltz Room Full of Roses Little Hhite Cloud Make-Believe Green Eyes Tennessee Waltz Tennessee Waltz Tennessee Waltz Always Sin Tennessee Waltz I'll See You In My Dreams Unforgettable Be My Love AMBITION Homemaker Homemaker Secretary A Five-Star General Farmer's Wife Own a Mercury convertible Research Engineer Be An Admiral Own a new oar Homemaker Electrical Engineer Travel Homemaker Good Mechanic Millionaire Florist Beautician C. P. A. Mechanical Engineer Concert Pianist Home Ee. Teacher Homemaker Secretary Coach Teach R. Marshall to be a Concert Pianist Have a lot of money Be as ambitious as R. Marshall Homemaker A good secretary Millionaire Registered Medical Technician Air Line Stewardness Find a quick way to get rich REMEMBERED FOR Cheerleading Skating Shortness National Guards Piano Playing Height Photography Qlgg trip to Courthouse Clothes Sweaters Running movies Passing notes in Am. Government Quietness Raffles Car Bragging Arguments Way with Men Ice-skating Courthouse Trip Pres. of FHA Black hair FHA Secretary Courthouse Trip Courthouse Trip Coach Courthouse Trip Smile Friendliness Pres. of Hi-Y P 8 G Editor Walk Broken hand CLASS HISTORY Just twelve short years ago in September, l9LO, the members of the class of l952 began their journey into the unknown world of learn- ing. Eighteen of these students started their schooling in Ada. Through these years we have gained and lost many other students. With the two teachers, Miss Mehe and Miss Reese, as our guiding lights, we became acquainted with this new and strange atmosphere. Reading and writing were our outstanding subjects. than we returned the second year we were greeted by Miss Poven- mire and Miss Ehitworth who taught us many new things. In this grade we learned to count and to say the alphabet vith accuracy. Miss Whitworth and- Miss Kelly fnow known as M s. Mayhornl intro- duced us to the third grade and we were now half-way through our grade schooling land were eager to journey onl. During the fourth year we were led by our able advisers Mrs. Coleman and Miss Wagner Cnow known as Mrs. Hitesl. For the first time we were given the chance to write poetry. Music also made a big hit with the students. Miss McWilliams and Mrs. Hites helped us advance as we now had passed our fifth year and were about to begin our final year in grade school. As we began this final year we were under the guidance of Miss Barrett and Mr. Zimmerman, our first male teacher. We had finally reached the top for which all grade 'schoolers' strive. During this year, ve were invited to visit the high school and we enjoyed the trip very much, but were astounded by the changing of classes, ringing of bells, and the lack of recesses. The most outstanding event of our en- tire grade school days was the sixth grade promotion. Now to the most loved teachers and memories of our first six years, we said farewell. On September 9, 1946, a class of 41 started their last half of the tnelve years training. Our class not only was the youngest in the high school, but also the smallest. We mere all rather shy in this strange building and most of us got lost the first few days in trying to find our different classes. Mrs. Tallman, who was our homeroom teacher, helped us immensely by being so understanding. As class of- ficers, we elected Ronnie Parshall as president, Clair Kindle, vice presidentg Howard Klingler, secretary-treasurerg and Bonnie Mansfield student council representative. We were now allowed to attend Junior- Hi parties and to play in the orchestra and band. Mr. Banks was our adviser as we started tour second year. We elected as our eighth grade officersg Howard Klingler-president5'Ron- nie Parshall-vice president, Dorothy Jump-secretary, Judy Moe-treas- urerg and Janet Welsh-student council representative. he attended our last Junior-Hi parties and the boys had now played their last of Junior-Hi sports. In the year of l9L9, a class of 34 started their last four years of required education. Miss Archibald was our ninth grade adviser with Joe Klingler-president, Jeanne Dodge-vice president, Phil Gilmore secretary, Janet Welsh-treasurer, and Glenn Ernsberger-student council representative. The girls were initiated into G.A.A. and F.H.A.whi1e the boys became members of F.F.A. The boys were given a chance to try out for the high school sports. he could now attend the Senior High parties and dances. Many of us were members of the Purple and Gold and annual staffs. Mrs. Hollinger and Mr. Pfiel greeted a class of 32 on September'L 1949. he elected Glenn Ernsberger president, Janet Yelsh vice presi- dent, Sally Allen secretary, Clair Kindle treasurer, and Joyce Harrod and Ronnie Parshall to student council. and Ronnie Parshall to student council. The boys now became members of Hi-Y and the girls became members of Y-Teens. In the spring we started to make money for the Jr-Sr,Prom by selling homemade candy. As sophomores we were finally given the chance to compete, in the Interclass Contest against the juniors and seniors. Our contestants were Glenn Ernsberger for the essay, Bonnie Mansfield for oration, Jeanne Dodge for short story, and Ronnie Par- shall for the reading. We tied for second place with the seniors, but we gave the winners pretty good competition. On September ll, 1950 a class of 32 entered their junior year with Mr. Suhr and Mr. Obenour as our advisers. Janet Welsh was elected president, Bonnie Mansfield vice-president, Howard Klingler secretary, Phil Gilmore treasurer and Glenn Ernsberger, Clair Kindle, and Jeanne Dodge as student council members. As money making projects for the prom we sold candy, held bake- sales, sold cider at the football games, and collected sales tax stamps. Ee also had a food stand the day of the band concert, spon- sored a movie, and gave our class play nStardustN with Joyce Harrod and Neal Paugh taking the leads. Again that important day came when we were to compete against the seniors and sophomores in the Interclass Contest. Glenn Ernsberger gave the essay, Joyce Harrod the oration, Jeanne Dodge the short storg and Phil Gilmore the reading, We failed to win but we knew our con- testants were at their best. The final event of the year was the Jr-Sr Prom which will long be remembered. We chose as our theme NStarlit Streetu. On September 9, 1951, a class of 33 were commencing their last and final year as students of Ada High School. Miss Crawford and Mrs. Baker fwho was replaced by Mrs. Geary the second semester, served as our able counselors, We elected for our officers this year, Ronnie Parshall president, Janet Welsh vice-president, Jeanne Dodge secretaqg and Dorothy Jump treasurer, Serving on student council were Phil Gil- more, Clair Kindle, Joan Ream, and Glenn Ernsberger who was elected as president. As money making projects for the trip to New York and Washington D. C. we sold calendars, conducted a magazine campaign, sold greeting cards, managed a food stand at the band contest, sponsored a talent show, had a scrap drive and also a cookie sale. The evening of March 7, 1952 was the last evening that would hold us in suspense for the winners of Interclass Contest. We chose as our contestants Janet Welsh, essay,, Glenn Ernsberger oration, Bonnie Mama field short story, and Phil Gilmore reading. This was the payoff be- cause we not only won the Contest but also the stunt. May 2 and 3 the senior class presented 'their play 'Unexpected Guest' with Sonja Clay and Ronnie Parshall and Mr. Melkonian as our director. Our last big school dance was the Jr- our honor, May 10. Everyone who attended had Twenty-seven of us left for our trip May fitting conclusion to our high school days. M I' taking the leading roles Sr Prom which was held in a wonderful time. 15, and we feel it was a s. Geary and her husband accompanied us on the trip. During the year Russell Dearth left us for service with Uncle Sam but is receiving his diploma 'in absentia.u We now say farewell to a wonderful school and grand instructors who have made our twelve years as enjoyable and worth whileas possible. ,, ? fl,-'7 -J I I Lafrnj ff Cyyx X:29J1AlJq1LfJ2 CLASS WILL Article I , We, the Senior Class of 1952, being of sound rind and bodv, establish this as our last will and testament. Even though this is our last will, we do not want vou to forqet us, for we feel we are as vet too voung to be forgotten. Article II D: the facultv we wish to extend our thanks for the pa- tience and tolerance they had to have with us through the years, We leave to them a more peaceful school for the years to come. Article III Tb the junior class we leave the Senior home-room with all its possessions - - - the sewing machines, magazines and mallet. Tb them we also grant the honor and privilege of winning the Interclass Cup and stunt. Article IV we the undersigned, leave these, our most favored pos- sessions to the following students: Sallv Allen wills her cheer-leading ability to Yillie Baughnan. Jeanne Dodge leaves her piano playing abilitv to Jo Tressel. ' Ib Alice Romick, Phyllis Reans'leaves her wit, Sonja Clay wills her shortness to Jack Suhr. Uartha Klingler leaves all her old gum on the bottom of the tables in senior home room. Gene Preston bequeaths his bachelor complex to Ralph Spar. Tb Dorothy Houser, Joyce Tolfley wills her nswingu. Peeter Kanniok wills his hall monitor post to anyone strong enough to take it day after day. Joan Ream leaves Ada Hi to join Dick. Howard Klingler wills his wav with Women to Vaughn Carmean, and he hopes Vaughn has better luck. Barbara Orders wills her Oldsmobile to Bud Routson. Glenn Ernsberger bequeaths his great oratorical ability to Joyce Heller. Cathv Gudakunst leaves her sweaters to the freshmen girls. Don't fight, Frosh, there's enough for evervone, Clarence Garver leaves his slovness to nsvne Fleming. Gloria Miller wills her wav with men to Sandra Simon. Bob Read leaves Ada Hi with a sigh of relief, Jovce Harrod wills her soda-jerking to Russ Peper. Clair Kindle leaves his love of raffles to anyone willing to carry on his earnest efforts. Dorothy Jump bequeaths the title of football queen to any suitable girl of next vear's class. Joe Klinglor wills his artistic talents to Joe Harrod. Bonnie Tansfield wills her bass fiddle to anyone who likes to stand up. Donald Van Atta wills his title of Wlhe Little Dutch- manu to Larry Ream. Carol Neu leaves her cookie-selling abilitv to the Ada Bakery. Neal Paugh bequeaths his quiet wavs and unassuming manners to Bob Hitchcock. Janet'Welsh leaves her diamond - - - rinht where it is! Don Zimmerlv leaves Dorothv to no one. He's taking her with him. Alan Harp wills his co-operativeness to the sophomores. Dick Karshall leaves a path in the hall between senior home-room and the office. Ronnie Parshall leaves the presidency of the senior class to anyone willing to take the job. Phil Gilmore leaves Joyce Yay alone in the halls for the next two years. Tb Sonnv Bosch, Larry Dudgeon leaves his height. Russ Dearth leaves his uniform to anvone - - he doesn't care who. Signed and sealed this twenty-third day of Hay bv HMA KZ-hgh CLASS PROPHECY Let us imagine that this is the year of 1962 A. D. During this year a contest was conducted in Ohio to deter- mine the high school class that has gone the farthest since their graduation. The winner of the contest was none other than the 1952 graduation class of Ada High School. Every member of the class was honored by having his picture and great achievements published in the leading newspapers of Ohio. Pictured first was Sally Allen who was chosen the model homemaker of '62. She is kept quite busy taking care of her three children and her husband. Next was Sonja Clay who is now giving lessons to the National Baton Twirling Champion. She has almost given him up as hopeless. Russ Dearth has been promoted to General and has taken over General Rideway's position as commander of U. N.ArmLes. Jeanne Dodge is seen feeding chickens and milking cows on the Klingler farm. Larry Dudgeon has a new '62 Mercury convertible with television and radar sets. Let'S hope he doesn't get too interested in these diversions and try driving through a light pole. Glenn Ernsberger has just gotten a patent on his new invention, an atomic fluid drive for cars. Clarence Garver, after slow progress, is now head man- ager of the United Steel Corporation of Chicago. Phil Gilmore has just returned from another visit to the moon. He is seriously thinking of going there to live. Cathy Gudakunst has made quite a home out of that house trailer. Of course she had someone to help her. Alan Harp, after getting his Doctor's degree, has taken the position of Professor of Mathematics at Jumbo, Ohio. Joyce Harrod has traveled extensively through Europe and Asia for several years. She is to lecture to the senior social problems class of '62. Clair Kindle has become a prominent young lawyer. At the present time he has a case before the Supreme Court on whether or not it is illegal to raffle various articles at public gatherings. Howard Klingler has just graduated from Ohio State Uni- versity where he majored in agriculture. He is nom the in- structor of the Flying Farmers. Joe Klingler is manager of the Klingler Flower Gardena. He specializes in dandelions and petunias. Martha Klingler, after declaring she was going to be a maid all her life, hasn't changed her mind. Bonnie Mansfield, who is now a C. P. A. 'CCertified Public Accountant? is trying to add numbers and please her boss at the same time. Peeter Mannik has because he has designed from coast to coast. Dick Marshall ha? the Federal Post Office in the next twenty-five Gloria Miller has Let's hope she succeeds. been voted top scientist of the year an underground railroad which 'runs just signed the contract to rebuild building. He expects to complete it years. gotten her degree in Home Economics and is employed at the Findlay College. Gene Preston was just unanimously elected as mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. We hope it won't create too many headaches for him. Phyllis Reams, being a secretary, married her boss -- and now she chooses his secretaries for him. Donald Van Atta, after wrestling for the navy, has now settled down to farming. Joan Ream has been created a new cake, one voted best cook of the year. She has that doesn't have anything in it. Janet Welsh, after becoming a Registered Medical Tech- nician, has invented a new machine to make her work easier ---well almostn-- she hasn't perfected it yet. Carol Neu is living up to the standards of being a good housewife, at least her husband seems to think so. Barbara Orders, now an efficient secretary, has return- ed to Ada Hi to become secretary to the superintendent. Ronnie Parshall, after becoming a coach, is having his troubles trying to as that aH.his team keeps training rules. Neal Paugh is the owner of a large garage. He teaches his mechanics by the new method ---- pictures. Bob Read is a truck driver and he has yet to see the phantom of '62. Joyce Wolfley is a full-fledged air line stewardess She seems to like flying around in the clouds. Dorothy Jump has been living a model life as the Wife of Donavin Zimmerly on a large farm near San Antonio, Texas. Don specializes in oil wells while Dorothy tends the four children. 5711 'I M E M 0 R I E S As we look beck across the years, We see ourselves once more As little children, timid and Shy, Entering the schoolhouse door. We wondered then if ever we Mould grown up seniors make, Yet all too soon we find ourselves About to graduate. Our class though few in numbers Hes kept the jobs well done. le've scored in music, sports, and books, And had our share of fun. We've climbed the ladder rung by rung, And nov me proudly stand Upon the threshold of this life, Thanks to many a helping hend.' To parents and to teachers ell who have helped us on our way, Our sincere thanks and gratitude ' We give to you this dey. Now es we leave old Ads High Each to his own career, Re'll ne'er forget the friends we've made And the memories stored up here. Q? fflwhim MATT' 1 1 X 1, a, 'lsr Lyn! v,!,1fzY,. if ,fgffi f 1'. L .I V V 1, f qjlfig, Agrf PGLU Kid' -' 1 - in 11,1 ii , BACCALAIJREATE ssnvxcn METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1952 a P. M. Rev. Lee C. Hooreheadf P Pastor in'ohnrge Mr, Stanley Salter - , - - - - -Chorister Mrs. David Markle - 9 - 1 r Q - Organist PROCESSIGNAL INVOCATION - Q - - - ------- - - - - Rev, Lee M, Moore Q 1- .H 4- -I - P -vnGOd of our Fathers" 0 H - lr -'- I HOq Audience' H VOCAL SOLO - - , - - - - Q UBS The Beat of Whatever You Area Stanley Salter SCRIPTURE READING- - - - 9 - - - 9 P - - - Rev, H, C. Getter MUSIC- - . , - - . - - 4 - - - - - - - - f High School Choir BACCALAUREATE SERMON ----- - .--- - - Rev. Fara Laman uThe Lokd Bless You and Keep Youn- - - , .... - - -Ludkin High School Choir BENEDICTION ------ e r P 9 r - f 9 2 9 P8StOr Carl Clum RECESSIDNAL WELCOME ADDRESS VOCAL SOLO . . CLASS HISTORY . PIANO DUO . . CLASS PROPHEGY cms Ensamm soms . . cuss roam .Q . CLASS WILL . . CLASS SO G . . mm :mm O 0 O O CLASS NIGHT Tatmsnn, my 22, 1952 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 P. M. . . . . Ronald Parshall .NLet My Song Fill Your Heartn . . .Joyce Harrod . . . . Joan Ream Ronald Parshall . . .Jeanne Dodge Bonnie Mansfield . .UFascinating Rhythm' . . . . Dorothy Jump Donavin Zimmerly . . .Bonnie Mansfield, Sally Allen, Sonja Clay Joyce Harrod, Gloria Miller, Cathay Gudakunst . WMoon1ight and Roses' and 'Will You Remember' . . Joyce Harrod Phil Gilmore . . .Janet Welsh Howard Klingler . . Jeanne Dodge Glenn Ernsberger CSung by Senior Class of '52l SEVENTIETH ANNUAL C OTH ZENCEMENT FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1952 HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8 P. M. PROCESSIONAL ---- -Coronation Merch ------ Meyorbear High School Band INVOCATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Rev. De Ver Welker MUSIC - - - - - ----- - - - - - - - High School Band SALUTATORY - - - - - ---- - - - - - - ---- - Joan Ream MIXED ENSEMBLE - - - ---- - - - - - - - - - nPerfect Day' Bonnie Mhnsfield, Sonja Clay, Joyce Harrod, Sally Allen, Ronald Parshall, Glenn Ernsberger, Howard Klingler, Clarence Garver. VALEDICTORY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Bonnie Mensfield PRESENTATION OF SPEAKER - - - I. T. Warthman, Superintendent ADDRESS - - - Q - - - - - - - - - - - - 5 - Harold Bower PRESENTATION OF CLASS - - - ---- Dean O. Clark, Principal PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS - - - - ---- - Dr. F. M. Elliott President of the Board of Education BENEDICTION - - - - - - ---- Rev. Lee C. Moorehead RECESSIONAL - - - - - - uTannhauser' - - - - - - - - JWagner High School Band Mr, William Ansley, Director ALLEN, SALLY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Music Chairman 3 Choir 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Girls Ensemble 1, 2, A Band 1 Majorette 1 G. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 1, Intramural Manager A Purple and Gold A Class Play 3, A Class Secretary 2 Cheerleader 2, 3, A F. H. A. 1, 2 Sergeant at Arms 2 Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2 State Music Contest 1, A Homecoming Attendant A Girls Trio 1, 2, 3 CLAY , SONJA Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Social Chairman 3 Song Leader A Choir 2, 3, A Vice President 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, A Girls Ensemble 2, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, A Majorette l, 2 Drum Major 3, A A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Manager Purple and Gold 3 Social Editor 3 Class Play 3, A Reserve Cheerleader 3 F. H. A. l, 2, 3 G. 4 SENICR DIRECTORY choir 2, 3, 1, Accompanist 3, A President A Chorus 1, 2, 3, L Band 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Freshman Chorus Accompanist Boys Chorus Accompanist 3 Girls Chorus l, 2, 3, A Accompanist 1, 2, 3, L Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3 State Music Contest 2 Accompanist l, 3 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, L Reporter 2 Purple and Gold 1, 2, 3 Feature Editor 3 Play 3 Vice President l Secretary L Club 1, 2 Band A Class Class Class Latin Dance Interclass Contest 2, 3 General Scholarship Team l Senior Scholarship Team 4 Student Council 3 Assembly Committee l Social Committee 3 Secretary 3 Period Monitor 2 Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Business Manager A Honor Society A President Junior Red Cross 1 Librarian A Parliamentarian 2 DUDGEON, LARRY Svng Leader 3 Mt. Cory - Rawson 1, 2, 3 Solo and Ensemble Contest 2, 3, A Glee Club 1, 2 State Music Contest 2, 3, 4 Model Club 1 Homecoming Attendant A Band 2, 3 General Scholarship Team 2 Ada A Junior Red Cross A Hi-Y 4 Prince of Peace 2, 3 Band 4 Social Committee A ERNSBERGER, GLENN DODGE, JEANNE Hi-Y 2, 3, L Y-Teens 2, 3, A Treasurer 3 Vice PrGSident 3 Program Chairman 4 Treasurer 4 Class Play 3, A .2,3 ERNSBERGER, GLENN, cont. Student Council 1, 3, A Treasurer 3 President L Band 1, 2, 3, L Manager 1, 2, 3 Chorus A Choir 4 Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 2 Interclass 2, 3, 4 Radio Club 3 President 3 Hall Monitor 2, 3, A Period Monitor 2 GUDAKUNST, CATHERINE Delphos Jefferson High 1, 2 G. A. A. 1, 2 Y-Teens 1, 2 Choir 1 Chorus 1, 2 Band 1 Ada High 2, 3, A Y-Teens 3, A G. A. A. 3, A Class Play 3 Choir 3, A Chorus 3, 4 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4 Minstrel A General Scholarship Team l, 2, 3, A Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Senior Scholarship 4 Prince of Peace A Annual Staff 4 Class President 2 Bowling Green Science Fair 3, A State Science Fair 3, A GARVER, CLARENCE Baseball A Football 1, 2, 3, A Track 1, 2, 3, A Basketball 1, 2, 3, L, Hall Monitor 3, L Annual Staff A Artist 4 Boys Glee Club 3, A Hi-Y 2, 3, A Vice President 4 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Freshman Chorus 1 Intramural Manager 1, 2, 3, A Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4 GILMORE, PHIL Football l, 4 Basketball 2, 3, L Baseball A Track 2, 3, 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, A Annual Staff A Interclass 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Team Projection Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 Student Council 4 Vice President A Assembly Committee Chairman A Class Play 3, 4 Hall Monitor A Girls Chorus 2, 3, A HARP, ALAN Columbus North 1, 2 Hi-Y 2 Ada High 3, A Hi-Y 3, A Electronics Club 3 Projection Club 3, A Class Play 4 HARROD, JOYCE Y-Teens 2, 3, A Secretary 3 President 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, A Secretary 2 Student Council 2 Social Committee 2 Period Monitor 2 Annual staff 2, 3, L, Picture Editor 3 Typist A Editor A Purple and Gold 1, 2, 3 Sports Editor 3 Interclass 3 Prince of Peace 3 Class Play 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 choir 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 Girls Glee 1, 2, 3 Concert Band 1, 2, 3 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3,4 State Music Contest 1, 2, 3, L Girls Basketball Team 2, 3 JUMP, DOROTHY G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2, 3 Sergeant at Arms 4 Y4Teens 2, 3, 4 Service Chairman A Girls Glee 1, 3 Chorus 2 Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Librarian A Office Practice L Annual Typist A Class Treasurer 4 Homecoming Queen A Social Committee 4 Honor Society A Girls Basketball Team 2 General Scholarship 3 KINDLE, CLAIR F. F. A. l, 2, 3, A Sentinel 3 Vice President 4 Hi-Y 2, 3, A Basketball 2, 3, 4 Choir 3, 4 Student Council 3, A Boys Chorus 3 Class Play 3 KLINGLER, Howmun Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Choir 3, A Boys Chorus 2, 3, A Mixed Ensemble 3, 4 Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, L State Music Contest 3, 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, A Treasurer 3 President 4 Football 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3 Crchestra 1, 2, 3 Class Secretary 3 Projection Club 1, 2 Agriculture Scholarship A Class Play 3, A Hall Monitor 3, 4 KLINGLER, Jos Hi-Y 2, 3, A Devotional Chairman 3 Track 2 Hall Monitor 4 Basketball 1 Football l xmxncnan, ummm F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 3, 4 Freshman Chorus Choir L G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus 2, 4 MANNIK, PEETER Hi-Y 4 Senior Scholarship 4 Hall Monitor A Class Play A General Scholarship Team MARSHALL, nlcx Football l, L Basketball 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Projection Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals l, 2, 3, A Baseball A Hall Monitor 3, 4 MANSFIELD, BONNIE Annual Staff 2, 3, 4 Feature Editor 3 Head Typist A Purple and Gold L News Editor 4 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 2 Girls Basketball Team 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, L Program Chairman 4 Class Play 3 Class Vice President 3 Junior Red Cross 2 4 A 3 Prince of Peace Contest 2, 3 General Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Scholarship Team A Social Committee 2 Assembly Committee 3 Marching Band 1, 3, A Majorette l Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra l, 2, 3 Music Treasurer 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshman Chorus MANSFIELB, BONNIE, cont. Girls Glee 2, 3, 4 accompanist A Boys Glee A accompanist 4 Choir 2, 3, 4 accompanist A Girls Trio 1, 2, 3 Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4 accompanist 2, 3, 4 State Music Contest l, 2 Interclass Contest 2, A Latin Club l, 2 Librarian 4 String Ensemble A Dance Band A Typing Contest 3 Nation Honor Society L Mixed Ensemble A Valedictorian MILLER, GLORIA G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. 4. 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 3 President 4 Girls Chorus L Secretary 4 Mixed Chorus A Treasurer A Choir A Girls Ensemble A Class Flay 3 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 NBU, CAROL G . A. A. 1, 2, 3, A F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Y-Teens 3, L Mixed Chorus 2, 3, A Freshman Chorus Girls Glee 2, 3, A Choir A OBBBBS, BARBARA Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, L Secretary A Chorus l, 2, 3, 4 Choir A Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls Glee l, 2, 3, L Annual Typist A PaRSHALL, RONNIE Annual Staff 3, L Sports Editor 3 Purple and Gold 3, 4 Sports Editor 3, A Chorus 1, A Secretary L Choir 4 Boys Glee 4 B1-Y 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1, 2 President 2 Interclass Contest 2 Librarian 4 Projection Club 2 Period Monitor 2 Hall Monitor 3, 4 Student Council 2 Class Play 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, L Basketball l, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball A Class President A Mixed Ensemble A PMmH,MML Hi-Y 2, 3, A Football L Basketball 2, 3, 4 Hall Monitor A Class Play 3 Printer 1, 2, A Football Manager 1 Freshman Chorus Intramurals 1, 2, 3, A PBBSTGN, GENE Projection Club l Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 Secretary 3 Football l Football Manager 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, A READ, BOB Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 2, A Basketball Manager 3, 4 Paper Staff 2, 3, A Band Manager l, 3 Camera Club 2 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, A Librarian 4 Projection Club 2, 3, A BEAM, JOAN Annual Staff L Feature Editor A General Scholarship Team 3 Class Play 3 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Social Chairman A G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2 Girls Glee 1, 3 Student Council A , Treasurer 4 Social Committee Chairman 4 Junior Red Cross 3 Librarian 3, 4 National Honor Society A Salutatorian REAMS, PHYLLIS Dole High School Majorette 1 F. H. A. 1 Girls Glee l Class Reporter l Ada High School Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, L F. H. A. 3, A Chorus l, 2, 3 Majorette 2, 3, A Cheerleader 3 Intramural Manager A Class Flay 3, A Junior Red Cross 4 VAN ATTA, DONALD Hi-Y 2, 3, A President 4 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2 Projection Club l Intramurals 1, 2, 3, L Agriculture Scholarship A Hall Monitor 4 Baseball Team 4 WELSH , JANET Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 Service Chairman 3 Chorus l, 2 Girls Ensemble 2 Solo and Ensemble Contest 2 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,,L Marching Band 1, 2, 3, A Dance Band A G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 1. Vice President 3 President A Annual Staff 2, 3, 1. trite Up Editor 3 Purple and Gold 1, 2, 3, L 2 Exchange Editor News Editor 3 Editor 4 Librarian L Latin Club l, 2 Vice President 1, 2 Class Play 3 Camera Club 2 Class Officer 1, 2, 3, A Treasurer 1 Vice President 2 President 3 Vice President 4 Interclass Contest A Senior Scholarship Team General Scholarship 1, 3 Prince of Peace Contest 2 Girls Basketball Team l, 2 Assembly Committee 2, A Period Monitor 2 Honor Society 4 WOLFLEY, JOYCE Lima Central High School G. A. A. 1, 2 Y4Teens 1, 2, 3 Debate Club 2, 3 Library Club l, 2, 3 President 3 Commercial Club l, 2, 3 Officer 1, 2, 3 Chorus l Girls Glee l, 2, 3 F. H. A. l, 2, 3 Ada High School Choir A G. A. A. A Y4Teens A Girls Glee A ZIMMERLY, DONAVIN Hi-Y 2, 3, A F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Sentinel 3 Treasurer A Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ,Hall Monitor 3, 4 , Basketball 2, 3 Class Play 3, A Agriculture Scholarship A 3, A ,Q 1? 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'l. - 'Q ' N' Q 4 r r ' Q 5, xx ,Egg .EQ " - ' Q.. , ar.'-'Ab f.-. :Z-' 1"-229' S. H. .y, f- -Mg L. . 14-if AllCE'S BEAUTY SHOP ' PHONE 135 Alice Miller, Prop. EARl'S HARDWARE Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Frigidaire Appliances LEN NOX WARM AlR HEATING PHONE 291 ADA, OHIO S U P R E M E DRY CLEANING For QUALITY CLEANING Satisfaction Guaranteed CALL 26 518 South Main Street, Ada, Ohio Opposite Ohio Northern Campus SCOTT'S MARKET G R O C E R l E S Fresh and Frozen VEGETABLES Free Delivery Service PHONE 18 Being In First Place In Transportation ls Our Business First Place to Everyone in the 1952 Class Liberiy Chevrolei Sales ADA, on-no A D A COMPLIMENTSOF smufffn Jess Stair, Mgr. P I u m b i ng Hoover Creamery and PASTEURIZED MILK i . BUTTER :CE CREAM ed r I C Phone 343 Ada, Ohio Bosketbcnlls Volleybolls Footballs OHIO-KENTUCKY MANUFACTURING CO. ADA,OHIO VARIETY ATHLETIC GOODS Boseboll Gloves Punching Bags Boxing Gloves COMPLIMENTS OF THE HEIFNER INSULATION COMPANY JOHNS MANVILLE ADA - LIMA Fred Heifner, Owner P R I N T C R A F T Card Company, Inc. P E P ER DR U G COMMENCEMENT WMGREEN ANNOUNCEMENT AGENCY ond PERSONAL CARDS LOWEST PRICES PRINTCRAFT BUILDING 1425 East Elm Street PHONE 68 Scranton, Pa. LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS I IN THE MIDWEST H. A. PoweII Studios Photography At Its Best MICHIGAN ond OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF I B R C K ' S The ' cLoTI-HNG SHOES . . Dry Good Y d G d Flrst National Bank SNOHOHSGI OO S ADA, OHIO ChiIdren's Clothing LADIES' APPAREL l. B. BALFOUR COMPANY Known Wherever There Are Colleges and Schools DISTINCTIVE CLASS RINGS COMMEN-CEMENT INVITATIONS BAIISH CONFECTIONERY DIPLOMAS CANDIES PERSONAL CARDS CLUB INSIGNIA MEDALS and TROPHIES 6. CANESTRARO GROCERY T h e Luncheon Meats Groceries A D A H E R A L D Phone S-1417 Mingo Junct Olu CONGRATULATIONS and COMPLIMENTS OF to the , Ada High School Class S of 1952 MEATS GROCERIES ' Harold Eddy, Mgr. GEORGE UMPHRESS ALLEN W C 't R ' Th All e on epmr em BARBER SHOP But We Con Do me Best of Them AS NWOYS phone 249 Adaq Oh' At Your SeI'ViCe COMPLIMENTS OF GARVER BUD 81 ANN WRECKING YARD 303 Union Street Phone 348 Ada, Ohio RESTAURANT 115 North Main Street Home Phone 268 Ihe AHIENIUS COMPANY The LIBERTY BANK This Is Our 50th Anniversary Member of the eral Deposit Insurance Corporation and Federal Reserve System GARDNER'S DRUG STORE SCHOOL SUPPLIES DRUGS SODAS ADA, OHIO MPLIMENTS 0 The GAMBLE STORE Phone 58 Ada, Ohio CONN'S George Franklin Store 5c, 100, 51.00 Up For Your Everyday Needs nv-I nf xYI5U9t I f 9 3 'mi5J'..iEI'TE HARRY .I. SOUSIEY INSURANCE SERVICE AND WALTER SOUSIEY TRAVELERS LIFE ACCIDENT Your Patronage Appreciated HOSP ITAI-IZA-I-ION AND DUN 'R Phone 200 Ada, Ohio Our Best Wishes To You All THE ADA THEATRE FOR THE BEST IN WATCHES ' CSMP'-'MENTS OF Hamilton Bulova Gruen Boulevard Elgin CLEANERS w E CLEANING and DYEING . 'J E W E L E R Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 22 204 North Main Street 105 South Main Street ADA, OHIO ADA, OHIO F L 0 W E R 5 Professional For AII Occasions Directory SCHOOL FLOWERS Given Special Attention DENTISTS- BAUGHMAN GREENHOUSES Two LOCATIONS Phone 7297 Phone 172 KENTON ADA COMPLIMENTS OF The RED 8. WHITE STORE E. F. Bosch, Sr., Mgr. coMPi.iMEN'rs OF 6 RE ER 'S CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS Dr. A. L. TippIe Dr. R. E. TippIe PHYSICIANS - Dr. John Kramer F. M. EIIiott, M. D. CHIROPRACTORS - Dr. F. W. Morehart Dr. Maurine Stuart VETERINARIANS - Dr. E. M. Neiswancier Dr. E. R. Rodabaugh CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR Robert C. Sheldon The DANA E. WELSH A D A D AIR Y DRUGS BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES MILK ICE CREAM BUTTER Posteurized Shoes Hosiefy Dairy Products Modem Shoe Repan' FINE SHOE REPAIRING 107 North Main Street PHONE 164 Polishes Laces P U R E O I L S E R V I C E COMPLIMENTS or Main and Buckeye ADA, oH1o Phone 12 Bob Main McCU RDY Pure Lube Oil Pure Pep EIEVATORS PURETIRES Accessories Lubricotion PURE BATTERIES Motor Tune Up Service I 1 HERE' E' - JONES CO MANUFACTURING JEWELERS and STATIONERS 1407-1409 North Capital Avenue Indianapolis 7, Indiana COLE A MOTOR SALES ADA'S FORD DEALER BOUTWELL 8. SON Garage -- Service Station Gulf Products General Repairs Tires and Batteries AMSTUTZ SANITARY HATCHERY Ohio-U. S. Approved Puliorum Passed Chicks Kasco Feeds Poultry Supplies PHONE 'l'l8 ADA. OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF HELEN'S PLACE Z CARL and HELEN . GORDON ' vAN's Gulf sfnvlcf VNS CORNER LUFT sf GARDNER I Rts. 69 and 30N-4 Miles North G A R A G E , ADA, OHIO DeSOTO - PLYMOUTH I y . VANS REAL Esmf Solesandsew-ce HOMES BUSINESS Automobile Ports Welding FARMS Repoir Service SEE OR 'Hone Machine Shop V - A - N mvm VANDEMARK Phone 283 Ad Oh NE 7 106 WEST LINCO THE OHIO FUEL GAS CGMPANY TAPPAN RANGES sznvsi. GAS Rsrmc-:ERATQRS Rex WATER HEATERS 216 NORTH MAIN ST. AoA,oi-no Good Luck and Prosperity to the Class of '52 COMPLIMENTS OF THE CUB SANDWICH SHOP Mr. and Mrs. "Bud" ADA, or-no Wade BURNETVS BARBER SHOP Thonks Students ond Faculty For Your Potronoge B. R. BURNETI' Compliments of T11 e CCLLSEGE INN BEVERLY and KENT Sincere Service Since KLINGLER 1905 HELEN and CHARLES L A N TZ BRADLEY FUNERAL HOME Phone 233 Ada, Ohio JAMES CDRDERS Dealer In CRANE EQUIPMENT MYERS and DURO PUMP SYSTEMS PHONE 386 128-130 South Main Street ADA, On-no A D A A Good Place To Buy ' SCHOOL SUPPLIES COSMETICS STATIONERY Hanna Paint Easy Washers do DUO - TH ERM ......fS...- -- OIL and GAS HEATERS M AE S S I C K PHONE 136 I 5c 10 Sl STORE ADA, OHIO I ADA, OHIO -I I CAREY COMPLIMENTSOF RUSH'ER'S AGENCY SOHIO STATION 501 North Main street PHONE ss ADA, OHIO H.J.Rusher,Mgr. INSURANCE B O N O s BEST WISHES HIGHWAY 0Il COMPANY GULF OIL DISTRIBUTOR CORNER OF 69 AND SOS B b Bischoff, Mgr. COMPLIMENTS OF MAIN ELECTRIC CO. 112 West Buckeye Avenue I Home Appliances HUB S TELEVISION GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances - Furniture T he Place Where E H. Prrce and Qucrlrty Meet INSURANCE AGENCY PHONE 1 -'ON THE SQUARE" T I R E S FIELD'S BAKERY AUTO - TRUCK - TRACTOR QUALITY BAKED GOODS FARM TIRE SERVICE RECAPPING KING IUMBER COMPANY PARK rrrzfsronr DEALER srorzr ROCFI NG LUMBER 117 South Main Street PAINTS PHONE 277 ADA, O. Robert C. Park PHONE 77 ' ' I-IINDALL SUPPLY COMPANY PHONE 144 - ADA, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF CONGRATULATIONS T h e From Ada Water Company F E L 'I' 0 N ' S Ada, Ohio Phone 110 JEWELERS REESE'S NEWS STAND AMOHIO SNACK BAR Dorothy Reese, Prop. C 0 M M U N I T Y T h e Oll and GAS OILS KEROSENE Ada Farmers GREASE Exchange Company V-Hg-N'R0f'5:'DGE DEALER IN ' COMPLIMENTS OF F E E D ERNSBERGER FARM SUPPLIES . . I I Mllllng Company PHONE 98 I I Phone 205 Ada., Ohio J. W. M E COMPLIMENTS OF HARDWARE The . CHARLES COMPANY BPS PAINTS G. E. LAM PS Djs' Garden Tools Seeds Johnson's Wax Polish Carpenter Tools COMPUMENTS DF ' HARDIN COUNTY PHONE 134 IMPIEMENI DEALERS ADA, OHIO MARATHON GM on Complete Lubrication Battery Charging Car Washing Accessories RAYIONG PHONE 325 OFFICIAL AAA SERVICE WE WISH TO THANK ALL OUR ADVERTISERS For Their CONTRIBUTION TO THIS ANNUAL We Appreciate Your Patronage ANNUAL STAFF 1 ,ld


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