Coshocton High School - Tomahawk Yearbook (Coshocton, OH)
- Class of 1937
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William Ehrich, Prop., Coshocton, Ohio
ls'lmtog'1'z1pl1y. .. ...... ....... . X. lf. Riley
. . . Foreword . . .
The Tomahawk Staff sincerely hopes that this
Annual will fire anew the joy and happi-
ness of these, your High School
days, and light your life with
these inernories and cleecls.
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. . . Dedication . . .
To the active, living' personalities of
this school who will carry the torch
tlimiigliuiit life, we dedicate this,
yillll' hcmk. llc it y0lll'S, :incl
carry the lurch high!
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TH E EDITOR .,...........,.....
STAFF Assistants ....
FEATURE EDITOR ..,..
SPORTS EDITOR ....,,.
ART EDITOR ,.,...,.,
.......,.Martha Marie Sivaslian
Assistants ......... Margaret Sheeley
SNAPSHOT EDITOR .i...,.,. ....-,.,. M arianne Rogers
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ADVERTISING MANAGER ...... ,,,,7,,,
CIRCULATION MANAGER ...... .......,, R uth Patterson
Asslstants ..................,... ......... M argaret J ane Brink
Mary Margaret Wilson
. . CONTENTS . .
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BOARD OF EDUQXTION
MILO C. ELY WVM. F. TANKERSLEY
PAUL A, RICE
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DR. J. G. SMAILES DR. E. M. VVRIGHT
SUPERlN'l'lCNDliN'l' OF SCHOOLS
'l'l l li TONAI LAXXYIQ, begun a quarter of a century ago, has come
lu he one of the established institutions of the Coshocton High
School. A tangible reeorcl of each year's work, its Value increases
as the years eonie and go. Present niemlmers of the high school
will treasure this book lincliug' increasing' pleasure in refreshing'
memories ol those who Caine into their school life and then clisap- X
pearecl. That this souvenir ol' the school year 1936-37 will he a
source of much pleasure in the years lo come is the wish of your
A. C. PICXCE.
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PRINCIPAL OF HIGH SCHOOL
The secondary schools of America pl' y an important part in our
system of public education. Here rirnest efforts are made to
prepare students to enter various fields of endeavor and to formu-
late ideals which will encourage successful and useful lives. Stu-
dent achievenient is written in this book. The success you have
attained here, as well as that you will reach after you leave this in-
stitution, is dependent upon individual ehfort. May this Toma-
hawk ever remind you of your school successes and recall pleasant
memories of the days spent in Coshocton High School.
C. H. ROSS, Principal.
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A. li. Ohio
li. Sc. in Homa-
Ii. Sc, ln l'ltllIl'3IllOll.
C. A. Groome
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Delmar Hoover Harry S,
B. Sv. ln Ag.. Ohio General History:
Sluh- l'lllVl'l'5lly Commercial Law:
A. ll. lu-nyon l.ol-
lc-gc: l.. l.. ll. Ohio
Zulu M. Marshall Paul Matthews
A. li. Ohio Stott'
Unlve-rslty: lt. Sc.
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B. Sc. Antioch
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A. li. Ohio NYn's-
NVOrk. Ohio State
metic: Physics: Al-
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NYol'k. Ohio Stutt-
Anna M. McCabe
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B. Sc. Ohio Stah-
Univorsiiy: M. Sc.
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H. R. Mclfissiclc Chester 0. Mills
A. B. xv0OSl6'l'
NVork, Ohio State
A. B. Ohio
B. in Education,
ate XVork. Ohio
A. B. Muskingum
Q Catharine Scott Mary E. Stewart Schuyler
English: Assistant English: Latin: Wharton
on Publications Dramatics General Science:
A. B. hhvO0Sll'l' A. B. Denison: Athletics
College A. M. Columbia Bt Sc. Ashland
Leona Everhart Lois Thompkins Marjorie Rogers
Secretary Secretary Librarian
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. . . CLASSES . .
Four years ago a tribe of Freshmen invaded this place. They were
Freshmen to the nth degree. It will probably astonish the reader, but
they disbelieved in both Santa Claus and fairy tales. Some of them
were the modest, retiring natures that befitted their years, but others
All classes enjoyed partiesg so the Freshies let the realms of book7
learning become distant and partook of wholesome fun and merriment.
John Ehrich, Marie Marshall, James Mclntyre and Robert Mulligan
served as Freshmen officers.
To lead the class as Sophs, Douglas Davis, Marianne Rogers, Jean
Wolfe and Kathleen Call were chosen. They instilled into their follow-
ers the fact that goals were to be crossed, so they buoyantly kept aloft
the process of social activities, scholarship and school spirit.
The same class that ended so gracefully as Sophomores began the
Junior year in the same fashion. They were a jolly bunch, struggling
manfully with wretched math, conjugating wholeheartedly French
verbs, and learning to become romantic. Robert Mulligan was chosen
to lead the class during the year, with him were John Ehrich, Douglas
Davis, Gertrude Parks. Around council fires they chose class rings and
class emblems which are symbols of their happy days together.
This class has now entered and nearly finished the roles of sedate
Seniors. They have been very happy and proud to be known as the
illustrious "Class of ,37." They have shown marked dramatic ability
through their performance of "One Mad Night." They have con-
tributed much to the cause of journalism in this High School: both boys
and girls have set remarkable standards in athletics, debate and other
activities. The officers for this class were John Ehrich, Margaret Cuy-
kendall, Marianne Rogers and Douglas Davis.
Everyone wishes for this class a fitting climax in graduation. You
will soon be gone from these surroundings dear to youg you Will soon be
called to other courses Where life's race is run. May you run through-
out life with the same gracefulness, dexterity and enthusiasm you have
displayed in your race here. May you finish the race of life with high
honors. Are you determined to finish the race With your torch?
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lI'l'tlllltlllL'S Club. Glu' Club. Se-nior Class Play Producti
Club I, 1
-rva-s l-2-il. Honn- lic. Club I-2. Iiaslu-tball I, Gi
smr. lf. cz. .x. 1. X1
SHARLEY ANN ANTISDEL
l.ibrarian I-2-3-I, llranlatics Club I. Houn-
lirl He-sz-rvrs 4, Stall' ol' Sz-nior Class Play I. Chri
I, l'.tllI0l'ltll Stall' 1.
DOROTHY M. ARONHALT
Girl llosm-i'v4-s l-2. Class llaskvtball I.
Club I. l-'. H. A. I. l"l'4'llCll Club I.
lfrvslnnan Council 1. Party Connnitta-v I-2, Howl:-r Club I
Girl lie-serve-s I-2-I5-I. Glu- Club 2. l'l4-b4-ian Latin Club
Ops-rt-Ita 2, SODll0lll0l't' Council 2, Assistant S4-crotary P
noe-r 2. Intramural liaskc-tball I-2-Il-I. Frm-m'li Club I. 'l'o
'l'on1 Stall' I, Tonlallawk Stall, ll:-batv 'l'4-ani I. lloostvr Cl
I Class Play Production Stall' I, Scholarship 'lk-st I. Di
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matics Club I. National Hmnn' Souix-ty .
Girl ltt-sz-Iwo I-2-Sl-I, Howlcr Club I-2-Il. lntranlural llask
bllllil ull lpl I
,"ioarsii "vain 2, ,lc-brian Latin Club
French Club I. Scholarship 'l'm-st I.
"A-a q rl-r
Gill ltrsuu-5 I-Il-I. Honu- lic. Club I-2-ll-I, lu :su Hol
lic. Cl b '
'JOAN L. BARTHOLOW
Home' lic. Club I-2. Girl lt4-sn-rv:-s I-2-It-I. Pl:-bcian Lai
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lb I. Library Aim-5 ... Clay: las" 1 .
IRIS IRENE BESST
Girl Rose-rvvs I-2-Zi-I. Plelwian l.atin Club Il. Glu- Club
Pri ing Club II, lf. C. A.. Toni-'l'onl,
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g, 45-if ESTHER BONIFIELD
Girl Rest-rvf-s I-2-Il-I, F. H. A. I-2-ZS. Pit-bt-ian Latin Club
Draluativs Club -I, Class Play I.
Girl Rm-serves I-2-II. Classivs librarian 2-Il-I. Plc-In-ian l.a
Clubf2, Patriqiau, Latin Club IS. Howl:-r Club 1-2-11.
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rf' V' ' I -L BETTY BROWN
I Home lic. I-2-Il-I, Girl l'tn-sn'rvvs I-2-Zi-I. llaskvtball I.
HELEN JANE BUKER
l H X 1-2-It-I. Howll-r Club I, Girl llc-sc-rw-s I-2-Zi-I. llasll
, I: z' zskm-Iball I. Chu-r l.e-all:-r 3. Typ
Club. lloostvr Club. Torn-'l'oni Stall, Class Play Product
NOBLE E. BURGER
Orcln-stra I-2-3-I. Band I-2-Il, Hi-Y It-I, Class llaskvtball
ys' GI4-0 Club I. Opvrvtta 2. l". H. A. ll.
-I, 4.-1 JUNIOR LLOYD BURT
2- . 'rt-sirlt-nt F. F. A. I. M4-xnln-r Stats- .lualg
"Conn-st. Mm-:nbc-r Local Speaking Contvst. National Hoi
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'Tomahawk I, Vic:--Presitlvnt Booster Club I. Girl ltt-sa-r
"1 . C. . . ""z.' ' Class 2, lyfilllltl'
Club I, Class Play I, Howie-r Club I-2. Oprrvtta 2. Class
Librarian Il-I. P11-bt-ian Latin Club 2, F. H. A. fl. Party C1
lniltvv I-2-3. Invitation Connnittet- I. Council 2-Il, Glm- C
2, Frm-ncll Club I, National Honor Socit-ty.
' ' ALLAN CARNAHAN
6 Hi-x' muh, Class llaske-tball 1.
FRANCES E. CARNAHAN
,Ziff ' Home lic. Club I-2-It-I, llramatics Club I.
Glvz- Club I. P. ln. P. I.
Honu- lic. Club I-2-ll-I. Girl R4-sm-l'v4-s I-2-It-I, l,l'1llll2lllCS C
.J -I. Class liaskvtball I-2-It--I, Class Play I.
'-I RUSSELL CATON
Q Hi-Y Club I. lf. C. A. 4.
I I. Honu- lac, Club I-2. l'l1-bvian Latin Club
HELEN RUTH CLARK
lic. Illulr I-2. film- Illuh 2--I. Class Play -I, Girl Ilejsvrvtfl
, llowlr-r Iiluh 2, liaske-Ihall I-2-Zi-I, llrauuatiss Lluh 4,
lluuu- liv. Club I-2-IS, liaskc-Ilmll 2, Iilvl' Iilllll 2.
Iloustc-r Club I.
RHEA MAE CLARK
Iiirl III'NI'I'YI'S I-2. Iilass liaski-llxall I-2-CI-I.
JANE CONNER'1i M.,f'h. .,-1
Ivsn-i'x'1-s I-2-ZS-I. llmxln-r Illulx. I'i'1-MIIII-lit llunsll-r Illuh
1-lwian l.aIiu Iilulr 2. 'l'ulu-'l'ulu II. 'I'0IllIlIl2lNYk II-I,
IFNIIIIY 'l'u-am JI. llmm- lim: lllulm I, 'Ih'aluaIius Illulx I.
In I.Iuh I. -IIIIIIHI' Party Ilumluiltm- ZS. Intramural lias-
ll I-Il-I. Class Play l'rmlurli1m Stall' I. National lluuur
I' GEORGE cox
Ian l.nliu I.luIr 2, l'aIrim'iau I.aIiu Illulr Il-I. Tuul-'I'nul AI,
Ili-Y Illulv I. Iioum-il I, I". li. .L fl. N. Y. .L Ii-I.
JEAN R. CRAWFORD
III-sn-rvvs I-2-IS-I. lluwla-r Iilulr I-2. l'l4-lu-ian Latin Illuli
lmlm' Nlanm.u-r IZ, Op:-rm-lla 2. lluuu- Iiu. Iilulx I. l"r1-m'h
I, Vlass llaskvllmall I-2-Ii-I. Iiaptaiu Ilaskl-Iliall I. GIN-
2-I. 'l'ulu-'l'mu II-I. 'l'oulah:mk I, Illass Play I'l'INIlll'IIOll
I. Naliuual lluuur Suri:-ly.
' lir. I'Iul1 I-2-II-I. liuslwllmall I. lluwlvr Illuli I-2. Girl
vi-s I-2-II-I. Op:-ri-Ita 2. l'l4'ln-ian Latin Iilulx 2, 'l'uma-
Niall' 242i-I. I'l'4'SIIIl'llI IIIIIIII' liv. I'IIIIl II. Iloosli-r Iilllll -I.
filuh I, 'l'um-'l'mn Stall' I. Yivv-l'l'1-sill:-lil ul' Class I,
alivx Vlulm I. luvilaliou Ilmnlllillm- I, Class Play l'l'0-
llll Stall' I.
In-ian l.aIin Iilulr 2. I,l'1lIllilIIl'5 Illulx I. Fr:-ucli Illulr I.
l'rrulum'Iinu Slall' Illass Play I.
nal llnnur Snail-ly. Vnun il I-2, Sclmlarsllip 'Il-am l-2-Il.
liaslu-llrall I-2-II, Iaplaiu liaxki-Ilmll I. l'l'm-sich-nl Class
!'NIlIl'lII I'In-Iu'iall I.aIil1 I IllIl 2. Ili-Y Illuh ZS-I. 'IIl'I'IlSlIl'l'I'
I. lfontlmll II-I. Yarsily I. Sv rm-tary I lass II. lliug Cum-
n- II. 'l'umahawk Stall' II-I. luvil.-Iiuu Ilunuuilta-v I. Class
I. I"l'l'llI'Il Illulm I. Hraunalivs Illuly I. 'I'11-asurz-r ol' Iilass
ml 2. N ,
JOHN DAVIS ' fQ,I'., '
I-'rmllrall 2. I"l'I'llCIl Iillllri Q-' !1'LAfI,.9
J. MARION DAVIS J' .
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1-r Illulr 2, Illm- Ilulr I, I,l'llIlIllIIl'5 Illuln I. F. Il. .L I.
DEAN IIULINGI . ., Pg . .
Iilulm Il-I. YIPI'-I'l'l'NIIIl'llI llralualivs Illulm I. lfuotlrall
I-I, Class liaskm-llmll I-2-ZS-I, I-'. II. .L I, lf. ll, .L IL
TRACEY DULING Q . . ' I
Ifoullrall IS-I. Illlralllural llaslu-Illall I. I". I". .L I-2.
'l'um SlaI'I' Ii. I'Ir'I11-ian Latin Iflub 2. liirl Ili-s4-rvc-s I.
Ii- II. SCIIIIIIIVSIIIID 'l'i-am Il. Ill'IllllIlIIl'S IIIIIII I. liuush-l'
I ' 0
I, I'Iass llasku-Ilia I I-L Il-I. 'I' IIIRIIHIINII Stall' Il. l"i'm-lwll
I. Naliunul Ilulun' Sm'iu'lx'.
'slra I-2-II-I. lIal'iI I-213. Ili-Y CLI, I,l'l'SIlIl'III Hi-Y ,I
4-r Iilulr I. l'r4-siiln-ul Vlasw I-I. Viv:--l'l'4'si4Im-lil Illass II.
Hunan I,.uum'iII I.. IxIll1,l, I'umiuiI1c-4- Zi. lnvilatiun Iluuuuil-
. Inu:-lum Mall ll I. 'l'om:nhawk Stull' 25. l'iclur1- Owra-
-I gt'Il0I'Il'9IlIl 'I'I"llll I-2 'S flaw lI'Nk- will 2 -
l- -AI I .-.. ... .u. ntl. I--. Ope-
2.. X lI'I'-I'l'I:hllIl.'llI l'lvlIa-'am Latin Illulm 2. Party Iluunuil-
5I'Il0IIlI'SIlIll 'lvsl I. I-ram-lx I'Iulx I. National Ilnunr Sn-
BETTY EMM: U4 I
l Ili-sc-we-s I-I. liuusll-r I. Glu-1' Illulr I. Typing, flulx.
JENNIE EVANS I
Ilolm- I-Iv. I'lulr I-2-Il. l'l4-In-ian l.aIiu Iflulx 2.
TWILA M. FISHER
mlvul Ill'IlIIlIlI'4'N I'Iuli I. Iiirl lil-sm-vw-s. lioostl-r Ifluli 4
film' I'luIz, I". ll. .L Iiluh.
l'rIn'lng tlluh Il. I-'. IZ. .L Vlulz. 'l'mu-Tum Stulll
mllcs Iflulx I. l'aIric'iau Latin Ifluln I. Girl IIA-si-l've-s 1,
Sclmlarslllp Tvs! I. llaske-Ihall I.
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l ' DALE FREKE
Class Basketball 1-2-3-I, F. C. A. 4.
xJ.J.!w6A I - .,
.L , DICK GAYNOR
- Hi-Y Club, Booster Club 4, llramatics Club 4. Glee Clul
5 CHARLES WILLIAM GILL
Football 2-3, Varsity -I, Class Basketball 1-2-3-4,
F. C. A. -I, F. B. A. Club 4.
Class Play 4, Intramural Baskvtball, Chl-ex' Loader.
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' WAUNETA GLAZIER
Hylllk lic. Club 1-2, Give Club -I.
, WILLIAM S. GRAHAM
V Gleciflub 4, llramatics Club 4, F. B. A. Il, F. C. A. 4.
Q' LA VERNE GRAY
0 F. F. A., Printing Club, Football Il-8, Basketball 2-3-4, C
tain Basketball 4, Class Basketball I-2-3, Captain Class I
5 ketball 3, F. B. A., F. C. A. Club.
V HAZEL GREEN
E: A ionccr Club 1-2, Toni-'l'on1 IS, Home lic. Club 2, Typ
3 Qlub 2-4, Class- Basketball 1-2-3-4, Scholarship ,Team
atmnal Honor Soeiqty.
, IQATHRYN GROSS
sliirl i'lt'St'l'Vl'S I-2, Home lic. Club 4, Class Basketball I
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S ERNEST L. GRUBBS
Qxqlftmtlmll 2-Il-I, Class liaskvtball I. F. B. A. -I, F. C. A. 1
x JESSE HAGANS
Class Baslu-tball I, lf. C. A. ZS. F. B. A. I.
xi x, C11-l liz-se-1'v4-S 1-2-I, Clue- Club 2, Honu- lic. Club 1-2,
R J Plc-bc-ian Latin Club 2.
. jf Class Baskvtball I-2-4, F. li, A. Club I. F. C. A. -I.
A BETTY HANCOCK
K Girl Resvrvcs 1-2-3-I, Dl'illllilIlL'S Club l. Boostvr Club 4
fy' Howlt-r Club, l"l't'llL'Il Club l. 'l'om-'l'om il-I, IN-batu.
Jeff I . ELLA LOUISE HARGROVE
-X I Houu- lic. Club l-2-It-I.
Class Baske-tball I.
l- l 1 CURTIS HARTLEY
, L Boost:-1' Club -I, llraluatics Club I, Class Play 1.
v . ' LEOTA HAYES
I rj I Class Basks-tball -I.
I fi ,XJ IX DOROTHY JUNE HENDERSON
2, Girl livsc-rv:-S I-2-Il-I, Howlt-r Club I-2. Holm- Economics CI
Il-I, l'1'vsitlz-ut Hflllll' livouomivs Club J. Boostt-r Club I, D
matics Club I, Give Club '2-I, 0p1-rvtta 'If Basketball 1-2-I
I Girl Ih-st-rvcs I-2-It-I, Pla-bt-iau l.atiu Club 2. Patrician La
9 Club Il. I"l't'ncl1 Club I, HIllX'll'l' Club I-2. tile-4' Club I-2, Cl.
f Baskvtball I-2.
Illil'2lllllll'lll liaskt-tball I-2-Il-I. Hi-Y Club -I, F. B. A.,
, G' YV 'fiv-
X X BETTY E. HOSEELT
P. P. 3-4. Baskvlball 2-4.
Ilona- lic. Iilub I-2.
Irvin-slra I-2-I. Iianil I-2. Ili-Y JI-I. SI'I'l'1'IilI'j' Ili-Y I.
l-'. ll. A, Iilub II. l-'. tl. A. tllub.
:all It-I, Class Itaslu-lball I-2-Il-I. Ili-Y. l'l1-Iwian l.aIin
I.lub. l'aIrician l.atin I.lub. I lass Play I.
.L I-1-.K-I. I-:rl III'NI'l'YI'5 I-2-I, l'lI-In-ian Latin Illub 2.
iatius tlub I. Iilaxs l'luy l'ru4IuL'tion Stall' I, Typing
National llonur Suri:-Iy. t,,.'
GWENDOLYN KIRKPATRIOK It 'L'
III'NI'I'XI'N I-2-IIVI. I'r.-xitlvnl I'IUIlI'I'l' 2. Ilfnxlz-I' Illlllj I-2.
' lic. Illnb I-2-II-I. I'I4-Iwian l.aIin IIIIIII 2. Iflussics Li-
nn JI-I, I"I'I'lll'll I.lub I. Iiuualvr Illub I. IIl'1IlllIlIIl'S Iiluh -
lary IIl'IlIllIlll"5 I.lub I. Illlristlnas Play Stall' I, Ula:
I'r:nIut'tinn Slall' I.
I.Iass Iiaxkvlball I-2-Il-I. I". II. A. Iilllll IC.
ALLEN LAIRD f
Ns Itaskvlball II-I. I". I". A.. 'l'l'1'uslll'u'i' nl I'. I'. .L I.
IRENE LOSEGO X
I'II'I'IlL'Il Illub I. I
I'-l't'llI'Il Iilub I.
brian Latin I'lub, linustt-r Iilub I. IIl'IlIll2lIll'S I.lulr I.
Illuss Play I,I'0IIlIl'IIIlll Stull' I. 7 f
RoLr,1N R. LUMM -
Clans Ilaskn-tball I-2-II, I". Il. .k.kI1lub.
MARIE MARSHALL -Q I
i,I'I'SIIII'IlI Class l. Iluunfil I-2. Party IlIIIlllllIIII'I' l-2-Il.
lII'hl'I'X'I'h I-2-II-I. VIUI'-I'l'1'SIIII'IlI I'i0n4'I'r 2. lIDI'I'I'Il1l 2.
ian l.al'n tllub 2, 'l'mn-'I'mn 2-II-l, 'l'ulnaImwk 2-Il-I.
1' 'l'mnall:mk I. Assistant I-Iclitur 'l'oln-'I'nnl I. Iilvt- Club
ing Iinnnnitlvn- Il. vII'I'-I'l'I'SIIII'llI I'. I-I. l'. II. Yicm--l'r1-si-
l'ntrlI'lan I.alin Iilub 2. lluwle-r Iilub 2. lnvitatiun Conf-
- I. I,IlII'Il'IIlll Lalin Iilub II. tllass Ilaskvtball. Illass Play
lclinn Stall' I. Ilranmtirs Club I. S1-lmlarsllip 'l'4-sl 4.
h Iilub I. National llunur Sncivty.
MARY EDITH MARTIN
I1-svrvvs I-2-It-I, llunn- l-lc. Iilub I-2-II-I. Pla-lu-ian Ludlu-
It. I'utrit'ian l.aIin I.lub I, Illass liaslwtball l-2-Wy s-
IIl'IllllIlIIl'S Ilub I. lluuslc-r Iilub I. lluwlm-r III I l-2.
ry I. Illvv Ilnb 2. D4-lmlv I. Sl'IlIlIIlI'5IlIlD 'll-st I. Na- Nl- Y
Ilnnm' Sncivly. C N
ROBERT R. MCCLAIN I
hawk Stall' Zi. 'l'oln-'l'un1 II. lli-Y Il-I. 'l'rI-asurt-r liumlt-I'
I. Svlmlarslxip 'IH-ann I-2-II, I'.l'I'lll'Il Illnb I. lf. II. A.
National llnnm' Sm-in-ly.
ian Latin Illub 2. lf. ll. .L I-2-il-I. llmxlm-r Illub l-2-Il.
Il'SI'l'VI'!4 I-2-Il-I. 'IIUIII-'I'1Illl Stall' II. Tunlallauk Stall' 4, '
IIIIIIIIUII l-2. Illrt- IIIIIII I. IIl'IlllllllII.'5 Iflulr I, I
II'l':IlIlIlIIl'S Iilub I. lfrt-nvll Club I.
LAURA MILLER X
Ill:-0 IIIIIII I. Iiirl III-st-rvt-s I-2-II-I.
MARY MILLER 7
II'5iI'I'X'I'S It-I. Iilass llasku-Iball I-2-I. lfra-slnnan Iiuuncil. 'X
Iir. Illub I-243-I. III'llIllIlIII'S lllub I. 'l'mn-'l'mn Stall' I. X
hawk Stall' I. V
mlball 2-II, Nlunapu-r Ifuulball I. lf. Ii. A. Illub I. k
1' II-I, llnusli-r Illub I. 'I'it'k1-I Sal:-s I. Ili-Y I. 'IIOIII-'IIUIII W K
II-I, Svllularsllip 'I't'1lIll 142-II. I'lvlu-ian Latin Iilub 2, 4
man Iinunvil, I-'re-ncb Illub I. I '
LESTER MOATS C " -
lhmsle-r Illub I. I
,4.7i 7 ' H - H - 5
Hi-Y Club 34, Vice-Pri-sid:-ut Hi-Y 4. Class Treasurer
Class President 3, Plc-bf-ian Latin Club 2, Ring Committee
Invitation Connnittee 4, Toni-Toni Editor 1, Tomahawk I
Class Play 4, French Club -I.
Give Club I, Home lic. Club I, Orchestra 2-3-4. Hand E
Dramatics Club 4, Plebcian Latin Club 2.
Booster Club 4, Ticket SEIIUSIIIIIII.
BETTY I. NELDON
Home Ee. Club I-2, Glu- Club 4. Girl Reserves I-2,
Class Basketball 4.
U Q' PRESTON NORRIS
Orchestra 1-2, Band 1-2, Cleo Club 4. F. B. A. Club 4,
Prs-sidl-nt F. C. A. Club 4.
G' eserves 1-2-Zi-4. Home Ee. Club 4. Plobcian Latin C
2, Tomahawk Stall' Il-4, Class Play 4, Glen- Club 4, Dramal
Club 4, Debate Manager 4, Howler Club 1-2, Council
GERTRUDE E. PARKS
1-2-3-l, Girl Reserves l-2-Ii-I, Howler Cluk
lttva- Ii, Draniatics Club l, film- Club -l, Class Ii
oi a,' 'lub
v A -'V .atin Club 2, Tom-Tom Stall' 4, 'l'rm-asurer Clas:
. I 4, "2
Ifunch Club I.
F. F. A.. F. 11. .x.
Class Basketball l. F. C. A. Club 4.
WILLIAM D, PATTERSON
Class Basketball 2-Zi-I, Varsity I. F. C. A. Club.
'fvziwv A, VELMA PAYNE
p-,gy-f'9'IfInl11e lic. Club 1-2, Girl llc-serves 1.
F C. A. Club, Class Basketball 1-2.
ROBERT H. POPHAM
askvtball I-2-It-4, Varsity 4, F. C. A. Club.
. LOIS PORTEUS
Plcbrian Latin Club 2. Patrician Latin Club Il, GI00 Clul
Tonl-Toln Staff 4, Tablet Salesman 4, Tomahawk 4.
'Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4, F. H. A. 3. Tom-Tom Staff 4, Drnmai
Club 4, Library 4, Class Basketball 1-2--1, Typing Clul
Glee Club 4, Dramatics Club 4, French Club 4.
X BETTIE ROBERTS
Girl Reserves 1-2-Il-'l, Plebs-ian Latin Club 2, F. H. A. 1-2-I
Howler Club 1-2, Dramatics Club 4, Glce Club 4, Class B
RUTH EILEEN ROBERTS
Home lic. Club, Girl Reserves 1-2.
RUTH ELEANOR ROBERTS
Girl Reserves 1-2, Dramatics Club 4, Glee Club 4, B005
Club 4, French Club 4, Class Play 4.
Booster Club 4, F. C. A. Club, Ticket Salesman.
lball I-2-II-I, Varsity ll-I. Class liaskrlball I-2-il-I, H
vlarsbip 'l.I'lllll I. l-'rc-:.lIman Crunril l'l4bui
null-r Club 2. l'ilII'lL'lIlll l.aIlu I
n-lan Latin lub L. Iiirl Ill-se-l'v4-s I-Z.-Sl-I. 'l're-usure-r Girl
- 'vs 2. I ramatius Club I, 'l'nm-'I'om Il-I, Tomahawk il-I, If
'Club l-I, llowla-r Club 2, Class Ilaskn-tball 1-2-3-I, Qpu- A J ,f '
,I 2, Ning Cununillra- II, Invitation CIIIIIIIIIIIPI' I, yxcv-
IlIIl'llI Class 2. sI'l'l'l'l1ll'y Class II, lloun- lic. Club I, I.llllIl- W
I, Party Cmmnitlm- 2, I-'rrlwll Club Al-
Glrl Ill-srrvrs I-2-Il-I, Iilro Club, liramatics Club -I.
MARGARET L. ROSS
Iiirl Ib-srrvrs l-2-Il-I.
.I-I, 14. li. A. Club -I. I". C. A. Club -I.
MARY E. SALVAGE
'Irl III-servl-s I-2-Il-I, Iluostrr Club -I, Ilowle-1' Club I-",
Ifaolball IQ2-Il-I, Var:-lily Il-I, Class llaskvlball I-2
lf. C. A. Club Il-I, I-'. ll. A. Club AI.
LOIS JEANNE SHEPLER
llc-ss-rv:-s I-2-3. Iluwla-r Club 2, I'l1-brian l.atiu'I'lub 'I
llrlvlan l.aIIu Club I. lll'llIllllIll'S Club I, Class Play -I..,
Football I-2-II, Varsity I. Class Ilaskrlball l-2-Il-I,
I". ll. A. Club I.
CARL SIEGRIST, Jr.
I I, IIIIIIISIIII I Il-Iss llaskrlball I-2-Il, l'l1-lwian Latin
I 2, llowll-r Club 2. lliug Cuuunittve' II. Ili-Y Club Il-I.
ul Club I I' II X Ilub I
WILLIAM DALE SPEAKS I
. - . , I Illlllb I Iluss I
xlmas l'la5' I.
LE ROMA SULCER
Ile-se-l'v1-s I-2-II-I. Drama Y
,. H.. gh .,
Ins I lub I. ,lm -lam . Ill
Irr Club I. Vivm--I'r4-sitll-at l'ion4-4-r Club. Class liaskrt-
I-2-Il-I. ' 1
CHARLES R. SVVIHARIIV I I "
Ill-X Club I, Cla-1-I.llll1 I. lf. C. A. Club -I.
IIAVIC G. TI-IAXTON
liaskrlb' 'l " '
.Ill I---.I-I. lwmllzalll 2-Il-I. Yal'slIy fl-I. IIIIOSICI'
Ib I, I'rinIing4 Club 2-Il Class l'l'Iv I I-' I' I lllul I
ROBERT II. TIIOMPKINS
X Club .I-I, lwmolball I-2-Il-I. Class llaskrlball I-2-Il-I.
Ifl' I I I' ll I 'II
ll ll:-sf-rw-s I-Il. Ilunslvr Club I. National llmmr Suri:-ly.
ALEX R. TISONYAI
llss llaskrlball Il-I. lf. ll, .L Club Il. I". C. .L Club I.
LOIS ELAINE TROTTMAN
IIIIII Lalln Club 2. 'l'mu-'I'mu Stall' I-I. Orclwstra I-2-Il-I.
I I-2-ll, Girl Ill-sm-rw-s I-2-IS-I. 'I'rm-asurl-r Girl ll:-sa-rv:-s "
1 I-'r Club I 'f Upurltu 1 Ill un
. . . --.. : L. 'z alirs Club I. llaskrlball
Iilra' Clllb I lluwlrr Club I "
llrsrrv- ' -' '
as I-1 .I-I, Class Play I. Orvln-slra I-2-Il-I. llauml
Ilrbatr Tram Sl-I lluwla-r I' 'I ' ' 'I ' '
. .lub I--. II0lllll'Il ... llrln-:au
1 Club 2. Op:-rn-lla 2, l.i ' -' - -- ' -
IHIIIQ I. lil m.I I Club I. Illa-
1s Club I, l'vI'I'Ill'll Club I, llaskc-Iball I42-Il-I. 'l'ypil
2. Nalioual llmmr Such-ly.
TOM C. WESTFA LL
'I':na Stall' I. Ill'IIIll1lIl0S Club I. Glre- Club 2-I. Class
vlball I-2-ll-I. lfunlball Ii-I. Uprrrtla 2, Class Play -I.
I J! . ff ly.:
Lcjjyg ' - 11.5.0
Booster Club 4. Girl Reserves 1-2-3-4, Typing Club.
BETTY LEE WHEELER
Secretary of Girl Reserves, Howler Club. Operetta, Tom-
Tom Stall. Booster Club -I, P. E. P. Club, Draulatics Club,
Class Basketball 1-2, Glee Club 2-4. Operf-tta 2. Class Play
Production Stuff 4, Howler Club I-2, Dramntics Club 4,
F. C. A. Club.
MARGARET ELLEN WILSON
Glu- Club 4. Booster Club 4, Girl Reserves 3-4.
MARY MARGARET VVILSON
Howl:-r Club 1-2. Tom-'l'ou1 Stall' 4. Girl Rf-serves I-2-3-I,
l.z'l'Hl'll2ltlL'S Club 4. Glee Club L Class Play Production Stull' I,
'lv0llllllHlV.lS Stall' I. Class liuskrtbull l-2-Il-L
Howler Club 1-2. Booster Club -l. vlllblll-'lvlllll StufT 1. Dl'2llll1liiCS
Ilub 4, Girl Ita-ss-:Wm-s I-2-Zi-I. Glor Club I. Class Play Pro-
duction Stull' I.
JEAN E. WOLFE
Secretary Pioneer 2, Secretary tluss 2. Plebc-iau Latin Club
2. Girl lies:-1'v1-S 1-2-Z5-4. Op:-retta 2. Howler Club, Draluatics
Club 4. Tolu-Tom Stall, Secretary Booster Club 4, French
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
In May of '57 I hopped into my private streamlined plane to see my
old friend, Professor "Know It All" Miskimen, the inventor of non-
wrinkleable wrinkles. As I flew over the tenement district of New
York City, I looked down at the flat-roofed apartments and whom did
I see but Jean Crawford at her weekly washing-her children waving
frantically to the passing plane. Suddenly I felt a jolt and the plane
stopped. I looked out to see what had happened. There, to my sur-
prise, I saw Leon Darr as an inflated policeman giving directions to air-
plane trafiic. It was not long until we were on our way again. Quickly
out of an approaching cloud came a sport roadster plane and who was
driving at a terrific rate of speed but Carl Siegrist. If it hadn't been for
that red hair I'm afraid I wouldn't have seen him at all.
On arriving at the observatory, William Graham, my pilot, helped me
from the plane and Professor Miskimen met me at the door with my old
friend, Marianne Rogers, whom I hadn't seen in years. Marianne and
I discussed many of our good times together as we snopped in and out
of the various mechanical machines. As we had just seated ourselves
on some very comfortable seats in a rocket plane-POOFT-away went
the rocket! We were so frightened we couldn't speak to each other
for some time. When we looked out we could see the world whirling
away from below. CRASH-we had stopped! Stepping out of the
rocket, We saw Tom Westfall repainting the word "Mars" on a sign-
post. Tom said he and Bettie Roberts had come up in 1950 and were
living very happily.
It was not long until we came to a huge palace at which Marion Davis
was the gatekeeper. Seeing who we were he admitted us at once. We
went directly to the high king and to our great surprise we found it to
be Bob Mulligan and the queen none other than Joyce Orr KI guess that
romance started in the class playj. Bob immediately threw off all his
sophistication and began treating us royally. He first took us to the
racing stables and there was Russell Caton, the jockey of "Brinky."
"Brinky" was named after Bob's first love. Stepping back to our
"speedbike" creeping at about 90 miles an hour we went slowly around
the palace yards. Passing the kingdom's asylum we saw "Lady Mac-
beth" Henderson, "John Alden" Kinkade, and "Priscilla" Bonifield hav-
ing the times of their lives. We then Watched the planet's greatest
baseball team at practice with Sharley Antisdel, Dorothy Aronhalt,
Rhea Clark, Maxine Caton, Jennie Evans, Leota Hayes, Ruth Kirker,
Laura Miller, and Ruth Murphy as the unbeatable nine. Seeing some
excitement down the street, we hurried to the scene of a burning house.
Bill Sheppard was the captain of the firemen and Rollin Lumm, P-reston
Norris, Carlyle Roderick, Alex Tisonyai, and Harold Parks were the
crew. Looking up I saw Robert Popham saving Mary Salvage from the
We returned to the palace where we had dinner. Ella Louise Har-
grove was chief cook. Jerome Stenner was the court jester, making
cute remarks during the dinner hour. .
In the evening everyone went to a dance in the ballroom and there
we saw Carlos Kempf and John Ehrich with their orchestra called "The
Last of the Del Mac's." As we were dancing around to the melodious
voice of Allen Day singing "Look What You've Done to Me," we saw
Autumn Ehrbar and Dean Duling walk in. After this selection the
floor show started-with Betty Wheeler and Jean Wolfe tripping to the
strains of "Organ Grinder Swing." Next came John Davis with a
mammy song-Jim Rusk playing the part of "Sonny Boy." As a final
finale Betty Neldon performed a highland fling. After the dance was
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
over we hopped a Night Owl Cab Plane to a celebrated hamburger
joint operated by Natalie Hoffman. Lois Trottman, Rose Weston, and
Hazel Green did the hamburgering.
The next morning We took a dip in the ocean-as they were having a
bathing beauty contest. Frances Wisenburg, Betty Bostwick, Helen
Jane Buker, and Mary Miller were the leading contestants. Suddenly
we heard a call for help issued by Miriam Freifield. Art Shearn and
Robert Thompkins, the handsome heads of the life guards, hurried to
her rescue. Harold Adams, Junior Burt, Allan Carnahan, George Cox,
and Ernest Grubbs were the crew.
That afternoon as we were looking through the telescope at the
World we saw " 'The Great Ziegfeld' Thaxton Follies" just start-
ing- with Annabelle Harrah, Mildred Jones, Betty Brown, Joan
Bartholow, Velma Payne, Jean Randles, Margaret Ross, Margaret
Wilson and Betty Emig making their debut as chorus girls. Since the
dance director was Dean Wheeler, the celebrated French actress, Irene
Losego, had a hard time keeping her mind on her dancing. Switching
to a Golden Pheasant Farm we saw Edmund Bible, Dale Freke, and
LeRoy Fitch as caretakers. At the next turn we saw a hospital in which
Robert McClain and Douglas Davis were working on the last disease
left in the world-the common cold. They were using Gertrude Parks
for their experiment. Here, too, was the great surgical doctor, Lois
Shepler, now, kangaroos her specialty. At the Bachelors' Club we
found Dick Gaynor carrying on his cheerleading. Here were Kenneth
Parks, William Patterson, and Dale Speaks as leading members. The
telescope featured next the happy homes of Noble Burger, Jean Mc-
Donald, Mary Margaret Wilson, Virginia Baird, Marie Arron, Louise
Losego, and Ruth Eleanor Roberts. We saw Jane Conner dressed in
black, since she found that sailors had a girl in every port. Looking in
on a church we discerned Jesse Hagans, Paul Hamilton, Curtis Hartley,
Desiel Holder, and Lester Moats among the congregation. Rex Lowe
was the preacher. The ushers were Tracey Duling, William Gill,
Thomas Kirkpatrick, and Allan Laird, who also took the collection to
the organ music played by Charles Pigman.
Switching to a temperance meeting we found Susie Randles as head
speaker, and Kathryn Gross, Pauline Clark, Ruth Roberts, and LeRoma
Su cer as other speakers. Next came the circus. Frances Carnahan
was a second Ringling Brother and Maxine Caton was the world's best
bareback rider. It was soon we saw Paul Miller and Iris Besst taming
the lions. Robert Murphy, the clown, was the idol of all children.
Next we saw Mary Edith Martin and Betty Haller in a tight rope act.
Betty Hosfelt, Florence McKnight, Wauneta Glazier, and Jean Tish
were starred as hula hula dancers straight from Hawaii.
Later, listening to the radio, we heard Helen Clark as the "Children's
Lady." Margaret Cuykendall featured her "Advice to the Lovelorn,"
and this was followed by Lois Porteus, Virginia Penick and Geraldine
Rose in the impersonation of the Boswell Sisters. The last hour gave us
the National Ping Pong Tournament won by LaVerne Gray. Growing
tired .ofthe radio I picked up "Gone With a Man," by Betty Hancock.
Beautifiilyillustrations were made by "McClelland Barkley" Swihart,
who used'iSuzafnne.Bachert, Kathleen Call, Twila Fisher, and Betty
Sharples as models.
That evening Marianne and I received a phone call from the World
from Sylvia Weisblat informing us that our bridge club was meeting at
Gwendolyn Kirkpatrick's and to try to slip down for the evening, which
On September 10, 1934 the portals of Coshocton High were once
more flung outward to welcome into her stately halls a crowd of grim,
yet important-looking Freshmen. They were severely ignored by the
Juniors and Seniors because of tradition, but they paid no heed to the
ignoring because of the many new and wondrous things to be absorbed
The first class election resulted in the selection of Barbara McConnell
for president, with George Johnson, Margene Ehrich, and Margaret
Sheeley as assistants. The class soon Won recognition among fellow
students because of scholastic ability. The class party was a rousing
success, displaying to the faculty and advanced students the emotion
produced by pent-up pep and vigor. This class was fortunate in the
first year to see both football and basketball championships brought
home. This seemed to inspire them with a great amount of school spirit
which is still aglow today.
As ardent Sophomores those who were selected to serve important po-
sitions in extra-curricular activities performed their duties well and
proved themselves worthy to carry responsibility. The president dur-
ing the second year was William Graham, assistants in carrying the
"Banner of '38" were Dorothy Miller, Ruth Patterson and Bill Stover.
The class party was an evening of displayed talentg the faculty seemed
so much at home that even they provided some very extraordinary en-
tertainment. This class loyally supported the Hi-Y and Booster dances,
gained some recognition in athletics, and found themselves forgetting
class boundaries and mixing freely with Seniors, Juniors and Freshmen.
The members of '88 placed Cliff Stewart at the helm during their
reign as Jolly Juniorsg their assistant officers were Marty Sivaslian,
Betty Redman and Bob Kempf. This class ranked at the top in scholas-
tic standing during the entire yearg there were Juniors on both varsity
and junior-varsity athletic teams. The Junior Play and Party showed
that the Juniors have dramatic ability. The musical talent of the girls
was ably displayed by the vocal and instrumental solo work, and by the
glee club at the annual spring festival of Muskingum College.
This class has already accepted the torch and has shown undeniable
advancement in leadership, character, and school spirit-all of these
qualities lead to a well-rounded start for success as Seniors and for life.
Keep them always!
S'-1-Y Y Y ' ' i MH
Top How: Cliurles Dunlap, Robert Fleming, Charles Boyd.
Second Row: Robert Biel, Hubert Strasser, Jznnes Bonteinpt, John Jennings. liuynionil NY:ulker,
Third How: llliurles Heigle. Arthur Mathalny. Annabelle lioinan, Ruth Balyezit, Margaret Yingling,
Bottom Row: Lula Slietlield, Marie Uhl, Arlene Gun1ertst'elder. Opal Miller. Helen Pierre, Ellen
Top Row: Homer Durand, Cll1ll'l0S Corbett, Harold Malone, .lack Prilulle, Robert liempf.
Second Row: Keith Frilmrt, Frederick Bontrager, Leslie Fitzpatrick, Gene Lillibridge, John Frank-
lin, Robert Henderson, Ruth Totsch.
Third Row: Betty Redman, Helen Scheetz, Mary Ellen St. Clair. Irene Jennings. Betty Loos, Blil-
dred Schonauer, Maxine Austin.
Botiom Rowg Charlotte Couksey, Helen Miller, Marjorie NVilliams, Kenneth Bradford, Pauline Car-
penter, Betty House, Juan Kitchen.
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Top llow: G4-orgv l'lil, XYilli:nn Stow-r, Clark NVilli:nns, Rohn-rl llunlap, Tllolrurn lla-ilxel, Dulc-
Second Mow- llolwrl Sluugllti-r, ltoln-rt linsh. l-Idwnrd Mnlanfu, Peggy l.ylmrgvr, llurolinv Micluwlis,
liuylv XY:-znvvr, lin-tty liuyxner.
'l'llird liow: 'l'ln-lnm Brown, Marjorie Sclnnnnkvr, Uwrn Pophznn. Sllltllllli' Patterson, Margene
l-Iln'it-li, Dorothy Milla-r. Doris lllbilllflbf.
Bottom ltovs: tfanroline lfn-lion, Nrva Mm- llill. Murguri-t Sln-rley. Fred Moore. Marjorie NY:-lls.
ROUM TWENTY-EIGHT--JUNIORS K
Top Now: llurry Shaw, .lurk Lyons, l,e-wuyiw Bannngardin-r, tllillord Stewart, Albert Gvige-r, John X
AGIIIIIIS. lfloyd lfoste-r. 1'
Second llow: Marv:-l Tidlmll. M4-lvin Johnson, Gordon Collins, David Meftz, lizlrl NYilson, Helen
Lutlnnn, Banrlmru Mcllonnz-ll. K
Third Row: Murno Thonipkins, Maxine- Wnlki-r, linthryn Braulford, Bi-tty Rusk, Margaret Parks,
Annnlu-Ilv liigrimz, Wilma Osborn. ck
Bottom ltovx: Martha M. SlYllSlliIIl, Holm-rt 'l'nrnrr, lfrann-es Glllll0l'l', Norman Besst, Si-lnm l-Iulflnam, ' X
llutli l'ultc-rxon. liz-tty XY4-islxlzlt. I
1-h"1. Y f4.y1.5
Top Row: Robert Gilmore, lirnest Fortune, William Mt-rrt-ll, Margaret Slnxrtz, .lanu-s Mclntyre.
Se-cond Row: Gilbert Layton, Sunmvl Bt-rry, Robe-rt Nv0l'klllHI'l, One-ita Johnson, Gene Conrad,
Third Row: Eleanor Criswf-ll, Thomas Corus, tiharlrs Turn:-r. Marjorie Odor, Lois Colbert, Gaynf-lle
Bottom Rowg Jean Hamilton, Bt-tty Strong, llvc-lyn Shaw, .Iran Maxwell, Opal Rilz-y, Jean Adams,
Top Row: lfrt-cl NVorkman, Natalie Holi, Charles Spear, George Johnson, Genevieve McNary, Ed
Second Row: Gilbert Smith, Clarrnce liratz, VViIliam Graham, Dan Duren, NYalter Erman, Helen
Third Row: Doris Dicken, Maro Smith, Frank Frecman, Bvrtha Roberts, Clara Mohler, Twill
Baumgardm-r, Eloise Stinrr.
Bottom How: Yvonne Sprague, Clara Forsythe, Aleta Shaeifer, Frances Stewart, Norma Shaman,
Betty Burt, Mary Jane NVagner.
At the time of Indian Summer nearly two years ago, the Class of '29
came together to enter Central High School building, large and spacious.
Laden with many odd-looking implements which they called books and
pencils, they declared their mission was to glean some knowledge
fwhatever that might bel from some corner inside the impressive-look-
Although this group of would-be knowledge-seekers has attended
Central High only two years, they have definitely made and won a
place for themselves among both the faculty and the upperclrissmen.
When the time came for their first election of officers they filled all four
positions with the fairer sex which is somewhat unusual. Margaret
Oakes was chosen presidentg Betty Perkins, vice-president, Betty Parks,
secretary, Elinor Cullison, treasurer. They seemed to know how to
conduct aiairs, for they had a real treat for the class at the annual
party. The advisers for the year were Miss Compton and Miss Scott.
Having been initiated suliiciently into the realms of "booky book
learners," they turned laughter into sorrow because knowledge was not
so easily acquired among the Central walls of learning. Through the
progressing months, the maidens still seemed to be the chief go-getters
of the tribe by their showing how well informed they were in the art of
booking the upperclass warriors. They employed diverse means and
When again this class assembled in the fall for the purpose of fur-
thering their march to the goal of graduation some of their former
friends had stepped out of the ranks. In general, though, they were
still the ambitious Class of '39. They had regained their pep and go-
getting qualities, had set themselves for a good start at the crack of the
gun of another year. Their class party, held early in the year, was
another successful attraction. The advisers, Miss Daugherty and Mr.
MacQueen, along with the student council, assisted much to make the
class affairs entertaining. During their second year the class chose
Verle Rucker for president, the other ofiicers were Betty Parks, Alice
Rice and Betty Perkins.
This class has pursued knowledge, has gained recognition in all
phases of school work, and has shown the spirit that is needed in any
torch-bearer. Their torch is being lighted. They are worthy carriers.
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Top How: Illillord Shaw. liharli-s Murphy. He-rlv liarnvs, Carl Conrad. Harry liil'kpah'iL'li. Fre4l
Doi-nan, lloln-rt Mcllorinick, Irvin- Totsch.
Svconll llow: l.m-wis Milla-r. ilharlu-s Goss. NYaynr- Lillilmridgc, .lc-an Mulford. Tn-cl Br:-nm-inan. Klhloz-
Wrighl. William liarrl-tt. .lamvs llarr.
Thircl How: Mary Holdl-r. All'r1-d Magnc-ss. XYanda Hamilton. Margarm-t Oak:-s. lr:-nv Loss. Mary
Dunn, Mary Stil5.illlyl'l'.
Bzltom Row: Dorothy Hnmml-l, Louise Hultz. .lam-t Laird, Ve-rnvtla Adams. Janice- liaintvr. Maxine
'l'l'r-sm-i1x'illvi'. Vi-ill'illlil Hack.
Top How: .lack Hullz. XYard Richard. Raymond
ginia llalpli, Boba-rt Norris.
S4-cond Row: lieatricn- Sulcor. Farina Milli-r. Ji-an
Third Row: Bc-tty llhilcotc. Norma Goss. Marlha
son, Donald Finney, Elizabeth Ht'llIlt'l', Clara She-arn.
Bottom How: Howard Hayc-s, J2ll"lll'S Landis. Margarvt Jane Brink. Betty Hales. Christine Fitch
Florence Lumm, Andre-y Hal'ne-r.
Mcilaskry, lioln-rt Daugherty, Forrest Rn-cd. Vir-
Bic-I. Eleanor Addy, Edna Johnson. Vivian Ellison,
NN'orkman. June- Criswvll. Mary Margarc-1 Richard-
'l'op How: iionn-r Hoops, .lov Sin-4-Ivy, Hurry lllson. llomlnvy NW-si, NX'illi:nn l"l4'tl'hl'l'. .lor lingli-.
Sa-com! How: NllH'f.filI'l'! NY:-stun, Opal Gosse-r, .lnnr Funk, lloln-rt Mznxwa-Il. Russ:-ll Moorr, Lore-n
Knuil', .luck Xl1'tl.
'l'hlr4l Ilow: ling:-iw .KIlllH't', John iloope-r. l':n'n4-ll llzmson, Nlurgure-t Johnston, ll:-My .lane Perkins,
l.lu:ille' B1-rry, Margie- Hrnnskill.
Bottom Mow: Alice- Hier, Paulina- liochrun, The-ilu Robinson, lim-tty lkrhson, Miriam Lori-nz, Blanch?
Lipps, Doris Stolls.
ROOM THIRTEEN-SOPHOMORES X
Top How: Ilobe-rl Scott, M4-lvin Gross, Ruth lIoln'trig.:hl, Max NYorthinglon, Nvillilllll Horns, lliclmrd X
Smith, David llZlllSif0l'Ll. '
Se-cond Row- lloln-rt Hunk-r, Ge-orgv She-rhon, .Ianni-s l.lm-mln-nning, Ilulr Johnson, NYurd Arnold,
Minn Slnrtz, Edna Crozier, Richard Hnrne-r. M
'I'hirnl Row: 134-orgv Hold:-r, Nliriznn XY4-Ima-r. I-'Inorn Laird, Nlurjorim- Mohle-y, Sara Triplitt. Bonnk-
lh-ann-r. Hurricl XYIH-1-In-r. cl
H0ffllIll Nova: llc-tty Parks, Nlnlwzurvt NVilson, Mary Louise lh-mh'rson, Va-rn Nvllftlllilll, Robert Dv- ' X
Coursry, H4-My llnrprnter, Bvtty Musgrove-. I
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Top How: lim-nneth Gray. Jann-s Boyd, Charles Silvcrthorn, Douglas Clark, Barbara liachert, Pauline
Second How: Cliarles Copn-illmvm-r, .lack Fostvr. Charles Miskimen, Geraldine Luckarnl, Gladys
Stiteler, liatl'ryn Krall. NYilma L4-mon.
'l'll'l'Ll Row: liarl Gain:-rtsfelxler, llohert li. NYilson, Mildred Mchlurtrie, Beverly Snecleker, Dan
Smith, Richard Finney.
Bottom Row: Mary Kathryn Part-soil, Louel Umlerwoosl, Della .lane Dickerson, Donna Stiers, Betty
Jones, Jean lily.
Top Bow: Ned llatrow, Eugene Clark, Verle Rucker, Albert Baietti, June DeMoss, Rebecca Culbert-
son, Mildred Zimmerman.
S: cond l'ow: Merle Barnes, Randall Guthrie, LaVern Kent, Lucy Hissong, Dorothy Oliver, Ridglae
XVisenhurg, Jean Leech. L
Third Row: George Gritlith, James Markley, Dave Williams, Maxine McCoy, Maxine Boyd, Doris
Ross, Joyce Ely.
Bottom Row: James Thompson, Margretta NYilhite, Helen Steele, Elinor Cullison, Louise Underwood,
Pauline Simmons. Lois Miller.
Last fall, the Class of 1940, two hundred five in number and rich in
quality, more than filled the vacancy left by the great Class of 1936.
Judging from these youngsters' ripening personalities, scholastic stand-
ing, and participation in activities, the prediction is that they will really
make history for dear old Coshocton High School, and, in the next few
years, will set high standards for their successors.
Although the atmosphere of procedure and advanced learning was
new to the Frosh, they seemed to fit in very well with the advanced
classmen and found their way in a short time--and with very little dif-
The Yearlings gained much favor from the faculty and outside friends
with their gala class party where they showed bubbling enthusiasm,
school spirit, and the desire to break all class party records. The class
advisers, Miss Scott and Mr. Mills, contributed much to make the party
the remarkable success that it was. Even though upperclassmen hated
to admit it, they actually were glad to hand credit to the Freshies. The
Class of 1940 has the wish of the entire school that their parties will
continue with a superlative degree of spirit, joy, and success.
The school feels sure that this class will gonfar in all their undertak-
ings in considering the wisdom they used in selecting their class officers.
That stalwart gentleman, Jim Clow, was chosen president: his worthy
assistants for the year have been Betty Lou Stanton, Janice Shipps, and
James Davis Cone of the boys of the House of Davisj. This group of
initiating youngsters selected violet and purple to be their class colors
--a bit of a change from the usual trend of affairs in such matters. At
least it denotes originality!
The upperclassmen wish you, the Class of 1940, all kinds of success in
your remaining years in carrying on your work and activities for C. H.
S.-with graduation as a crown for your efforts. We know you'll
never fail our faith in you or go far wrong from what we've predicted
your future to be. Keep the torch fired with the spirit of your Tribal
ancestors, add new sparks of joy and life that you, too, may be added
to the select of Coshocton High School in 1940.
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Top How: Charles Tll0l'llSlf'y. liarl Wagm-r. Allan Laiul. .Iainm Dans.
Second How: Ke-nm-th Madison. Raymond Rolla-r, Christy Kirkvr, Henry 'l'inor. .izunvs Carroll.
'I'hil'.l Row: Robe-rt Dawson. Arthur Arthurs, Hobart Lupp. Raymond McMillvn. Bruce Abel.
Bottom How: NYillfam Benin-r. .lim Mill:-r. Raymond Marklry. Franklin Johnson, llrnneth Bon-
Top Row: listhffr Dunfee, Cora Royvr, Sara XY:-st, XYilma Turnbull. Mary Bassett. Dorothy Super.
Second Row: Ruth De-It'4-nbaugli, Annabelle McKnight, Alva Ste-wart. Dorothy Franklin. Lucille-
Layton. l-Illa Fitch.
'l'hiv-fl Row: Harriet Powell, Bl-tty Miller, Anal-la XYulkl-r. Maxine Haxton, Marjorie Slaughter,
Marjorie Dawson, Irene- Porteus.
Bottom ltow: Norma Dicken. Janet Blanton, Lillian Appis, Margaret Map:-l. Jean Moyer, Helen
Top llnw: 'I'om Aronhalt. lh-lla liinibe-rlvy. H1-len Fitch. Mary Margara-t Holder. Mary Bostwick
Max Mcilonnrll. I,e-Hoy Silnpkins.
Sc-cond Itow: lirnq-st Duke-s. Francis Sprapuw, Marjoriv Cochran. Margaret Holdvr, Betty Miller,
lic-tty I-In-rhart, June Stn-wart.
Tllird Row: lidgar Sclloonover, listhrr Scott. Be-tty 'l'attz-n, Betty Marklvy, Gem- Iirman. .lohn For
tunv, .lay Kitchen.
Bottom Row: Wayne Johnson, Alphonsr Arron, Ifathe-rine Shaw, live-lyn Vinsel, Robert Win-elrr,
I.:-nnarcl Gray, NN'ilIiam Kirkpatrick.
Top llow: 'I-INIIIIIIS lillisnn, Dale' ltancilvs, Luana llovwn, Robert Fe-Iver, Charles Turner, Carl Guin- X
the-r, William Sprague-.
Second ltow: Km-nne-th .Iona-s, Lori-Ita Garrett. Doris Parc-son, liugene Darling, Hester Salvage, JOSH
Hartsork. Mary Louisa Darr. X f'
Third liow: Billy limh-r, Hugh Barnes, Gordon Miller, John lil-iss, Robert Miller, Mary .lane Appls,
lla l"r4-kr-, Donna Arthurm. M
Fourth Row: Sam Sin-Illa-ld, Jann-s Woods, .lose-ph Simmons, lt l
lrude' Clark. Carol Iinn-rsnn, Virginia Fitch.
0 wrt NYaltQ-rs, Norma Grimm, Ger-
1 1, it-en .liskimq-n, Fred Smith, Bonnie
Bottom Row: .Iunv limig. Mary Mrilluggage-, Delphinc Sm'tl I-Tl N v
Juan th-iss, .lack .Ivnuings, l.:-nora Norris, L4-land Fitzpatrick. I
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Top Row: Sam Siegrist, Charles Xvood, Donald Scott, Phoehe Holt, Jack Grant, Glenn Hudson, Matt
Second Row: Donald Bissell. Baxter Mctjluggage, Robert Sherrets, Walter liverhart, llichard Davis,
Robert White. Eugene Cooper.
Third Row: Dorothy Stump, Robert Smith. Harold Law, Jo-Ann Lyons, Betty Lou Stanton, James
Clow, Chaney Ross,
Fourth How: Glendora Young, Marjorie Campbell, June Sprague, Lois liirker. Janice Shipps. Mar-
garet Cone, Lois Ellen Swope.
Bottom Hou: Stanford Bryan, Joyce liaton, Lillian Weishlat, Dorothy Lee Houston, Martha Naomi
Mctjaskey, l-'red Johnston
Top Row: Fred Johnson, Richard Salvage, Dennis Nelson, Gordon Mc-Xary, Alfred Riteheson, Robert
Jones, Virginia Brooke, Mary Lybarger, Virginia Eckert.
Second Row: Ruth NVilsou, NVayne Cross, Bruce Handles, Francis Thompson, Sally Ann Abel, David
VVestI'all, George Teale, Kenneth Miller.
Third Row: James Strong, XYilliam Henderson, .lane Barrick, Mary Gertler, Helen Bates, Marion
Jennings, I1lilTord XVagner, Frances Clark, Richard Gildow, Tom XVheeler.
Fourth Row: XVillian1 Brown. Margaret Herman, Vonda Lee Shufk. Margaret Henderson. Maxine
Sehoch, liileen Sheeley, Barbara llichard. Janice Adams. Anna NVorkman.
Bottom Row: Norma Thoinas. Glenn Sehuniaker, Becky Milligan, Fern Bennett. Annu Sees, June
Shivers, Rolu-rt Bible, liloise Miller, Janenn Johnson.
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. . . ACTIVITIES .
Top Row: Junior Shipps, Bob Bit-l, George Johnson, James Mclntyre. Tom Miskiinen. Robert Mr-
Clain, Robert Mulligan.
Second Row: Mr. Rose, Douglas Davis, Margaret tluykendall, Gaynelle lily. Kathleen Call. Natalie
Holl, Suzanne Bachert, Jane Conner.
Third Row: Joyce Orr, Jean Crawford, Lois Porteus, Betty Strong. Dorothy Miller. Mary Margaret
VVilson, Jean McDonald, Margene Elirich, Peggy Lybarger.
Bottom Row: Arlene Ganiertsfrlder, Martha Marie Sivaslian, Margaret Sheeley, Mary Miller. Mari-
anne Rogers, Marie Marshall. Jean Adams, Margaret Jane Brink, Ruth Patterson.
"Tomahawk" is a name loved by all Coshocton High grads and students. The pub-
lication of a successful Tomahawk leaves a joy of accomplishment in the hearts of the
staff. It is the duty of the staff to have within the covers of the Annual actual situa-
tions once lived and enjoyed by the students. To do this brings out the co-operation of
the entire student body and faculty and administration. This has been shown ex-
tremely well because work on this Annual was begun in March.
The book is the sum of the school's co-operating units. Each group is shown as a
unit, but these units have made the 1936-37 history of Coshocton High School because
of their integration,
The staff is extremely large for this publication, but the effort put forth by the
students has made them proud again of the fact that they can be of service to the
school. When, in years to come, the 1937 Tomahawk is opened, think of the good
times enjoyed in your activities, think of your initiative fn supporting your Annual.
The adviser for this year's Tomahawk was Mr. Rose.
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Top How: Mr. Rose, Charles Boyd, Charles Spear, John lihrich, Edward Malafa, David Hansford,
John Jennings, Edward Gamble, Joe Engle, William Merrell, George Johnson, Tom Mlskimen,
Second Row: Thomas Westfall, Chaney Ross, George Cox, Keith Frllmrt, Gertrude Parks, l.eRoma
Sulcer, Margaret Oakes, Virginia Brooke, Helen Adams, Jean Crawford, Margaret Cuykendall,
Suzanne Bachert, Jane Conner.
Third ltow: Mr. Eckert, .lc-an Wolfe, Betty Wheeler, Mary Lybarger, Betty lloos, Lois Ellen Swope.
Barbara McConnell, Dorothy Oliver, Gayle XVeuver, Betty Rusk, Betty Redman, Lois Porteus,
Helen Jane Buker.
Fourth Row: Mlss Scott, Tom XVheeler, Alice Itiee, Elinor Cullison, June Sprague, Lois Trottman,
Evelyn Shaw, Lois Colbert, Jean Handles, Betty Weisblat, Maxine Boyd, Mary Miller, Betty
Strong, Margaret NVilson.
Bottom Row: Mary Katherine Pareson, Betty Burt, Betty Hancock, Frances NVlsenburg. Fred John-
ston, .lay Kitchen, Opal Riley, .lean Ely. Marianne Rogers, Marie Marshall, Ruth Patterson, Jean
Adams, Margaret Jane Brink.
The Tom-Tom is the medium through which important school news is transmitted.
Its appearance every two weeks furnishes an interest to the student body and faculty.
The paper not only contains thrills of battles on the gridiron, basketball court and
forensic platform, but also brings to life the doings of the school in general. Feature
stories are read with interest, book reviews are presentedg editorials are run to good
advantageg news of social engagements catches the eyes-a complete newspaper every
This year saw the introduction of a Faculty Who's Who to acquaint the students
with a history of instructorsg another new plan for the paper was a column of "News-
ettes," which contained important happenings from all countries of the globe.
The work on the paper gives the student a good background for advanced journal-
istic work and gives him a value of leadership and initiative. The advisers of the Tom-
Tom for the year were: Miss Scott, Mr. Eckert and Mr. Rose.
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Top Row: Mr. Hoover, Mr. McKissick, Ilobert Mulligan, lloln-ri Mclllain, Junior Burt, Douglas Davis,
Second Rowg Mr. Ri-hard, Miss Ste-wart, John lihrich, Suzanne Bachc-rt, Hazel Green. Ruth Kirk:-r,
Third Bow: Miss Mcllabv. Miss Marshall, Autumn lihrhar. .ll-an Crawford, Kathleen Call, Betty
Bottom Row: Miss Compton, Sylvia XV:-ishlai, Mary lidith Martin, Marie Marshall. Joyce Orr,
Marianne Rogers, Jean Tish.
One of the greatest honors which can be granted to a Senior of this High School is
his being chosen a member of the National Honor Society. The Coshocton Chapter
was organized in 1925. Since that time many students have been members, but each
year brings new leaders, advanced scholars, superior service, and active, living person-
alities who fulfill the requirements of character. To be chosen to this organization is
a goal for which each one should strive.
Traditional gold and black ribbons were bestowed upon the members at a school as-
sembly on April Sth. This was done by Miss Stewart, chairman, and Miss McCabe,
secretary-treasurer of this year's National Honor Society Council. Other faculty mem-
bers of the council are: Miss Marshall, Miss Compton, Mr. McKissick, Mr. Rehard,
and Mr. Hoover.
The student officers are: President, Thomas Mhskimeng Vice-President, Betty
Bostwickg Secretary-Treasurer, Robert McClain.
Top Row: Mr. llc-lim-ml. Tom Bliskinwn. Klux Worlliington, Ilan Dun-n, Spencer Mew-ilitli. Mr. Ly-
Se-coml How: .hllllllllll l':lll'lJill'. Snxanini- Iialrliwl. Arlcm- Galin-x'lsl'z-lmlm-l', Joyce Orr. Bonnie Rl'1ll'llQ'l'
Bottom Rim: lie-tty Strong. Mary Iimlitli Martin. .li-an Aclaiiis, Sylvia We-islxlat, Mary Louise Hender-
son. ll:-My Bliisg.u'm'i-,
The debate season did not begin until March 24th this year in order that undivided
attention might be given to the basketball games. In spite of a late start, however, the
debate squad got off to a good start when the alfirmative won over Zanesville on the
home floor by a 2-1 decision. Marietta and Zanesville bowed to Coshocton negative in
3-0 decisions on April 8th and 15th.
The question, Resolved: That all electrical utilities should be governmentally owned
and operated, presented many interesting points.
The winning arguments of the affirmative were as follows: There is great need for
a change from our present systemg an inadequacy of public regulation prevailsg munici-
pal plants have succeeded.
The negative argued that there is no need for a change, and that public ownership
is socially, economically, and politically unsound.
Members of the affirmative team were: Mary Edith Martin, Sylvia Weisblat, and
The negative consisted of: Spencer Meredith, Suzanne Bachert, and Tom Mis-
Alternates were Betty Strong, Autumn Ehrbar, Mary L, Henderson, Bonnie Reamer,
Betty Musgrove, Jean Adams, Arlene Gamertsfelder, Dan Duren, Joyce Orr, and Max
Worthington. The coaches were Mr. Rehard and Mr. Lybarger.
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S IZNIOR PLA Y CAST
Standing- Hr-lon Clark, Iioln-rt Mulligan, Joyce Orr, Lois .Ie-aiinv Slicplcr. Kathleen Call, David
Thaxton, Harold Kinkade. llurntlly He-mls-rson. Dick Gaynor, 'lvlI0lll2lS XXX-stfall.
Seated: Douglas Davis. Iluth lill-:mor Rohm-rts, Curtis Hurllvy, Esther Bonitlc-ld.
The startling action of "One Mad Night" took place in the Cutter mansion, an iso-
lated house in the hills. Here, where peace and quiet should have reigned for the
young playright, a nurse and a doctor had taken a number of insane-but really harm-
less people! Imagine the excltementl The antics of the inmates of the temporary
asylum and the arrival of an escaped conv'ct add comedy, horror and thrills to the plot.
Don Cutter, the playright, was portrayed by Robert Mulligan. His Chinese valet,
Wing, was played by Dick Gaynor. The assorted lunatics were: Priscilla, Esther
Bonifieldg John Alden, the Indian hunter, Harold Kinkadeg Mr. Hyde, a ferocious vil-
lain, Tom Westfall, Lady Macbeth, a victim of Shakespeare, Dorothy Henderson.
Douglas Davis as Dr. Bunn, and Helen Clark as Mrs. Kluck, were in charge of the asy-
lum. Gertrude, Don's fiancee, was acted by Kathleen Call, while Joyce Orr, as Lucille
Marcy, was a damsel in distress. Gertrude's mother, played by Ruth Eleanor Roberts,
and Depression, their maid, acted by Lois Jeanne Shepler, had strong character parts.
Curtis Hartley, as Artemus Burke, a lawyer, and David Thaxton, as Danny Siletto,
wanted for murder, completed the cast. The production was under the supervision of
Top llnw: xvllllillll lirullznn, Marion Davis. ll:-un llulinu, llox lmwc. llzirolql Adams, Allen Day,
Curtis llurtlry, 'l'lllllllilS XY4'sll'alll.
Si-conml Huw: Dirk iinyilur, llmiglaus lluvis. lim-rlruclr Parks, liwvmlolyu liirkpatrick, Le Roma Sul-
ver, Geraldine Ruse. Dorothy lli-mln-rsuii, .lame li0Illlt'l'. Ruth liirkrr.
Third Row: Miss Sl:-wart. .lr-:in Wolfe. Maxim- Canton. Suzanne Bach:-rl. Twila Fisher. Lois Trott-
niun. Mary Mill:-r, Framces Cllfllllllilll, .lm-un Nlfllillllllll. M1ll'g1ll'1't Iluykemlaill.
Fourth lima: liz-lly lioln-rts. Ruth Murphy, Autumn l':lll'lHll'. .lernnu- Slenm-r, Maury Mairgnn-l NYils0n,
Lois .ll':llllll' Siu-plcr, Fluri-lice Mclinight. Sllurlcy Antisclrl. liillllll'1'll llull, Ruth lil:-:mor lloherts.
llotlnm llow: Miriam l"r:'ille-ld, Mary limlith Martin. lim-My llullrurk. .luyrc Orr, Belly Lee NYlicclrr,
.leun llalnmllrs, Frances xvlSl'lllYlII'g, Muriullm- lingers, Marie Murslmll. Sylvia NVeisblat.
Shortly after school started, the Dlamatcs Club presented the Tatterman Marion-
ettes, a famous puppet troupe created by William Duncan and Edward Mobley. This
company gave their version of Shakespeare's well-known "Taming of the Shrew."
The marionette dolls were so c'everly manufactured and the stage so perfectly propor-
tioned, that it was difficult to realize that they were not real people,
The Dramatics Club also presented the Ch1'istmas play, a comedy skit entitled,
"What, No Santa Suit!" The plot of this play consisted of the trials and tribulations
ot' a hen-pecked husband trying to rent a Santa Claus suit on Christmas Eve in order to X
dress up for his wife's relatives. Members of the cast included Douglas Davis, Mari-
anne Rogers, Lois Jeanne Shepler, Miriam Freifield, Jerome Stenner, and Thomas
Appropriately near February 12th, the Lincoln Players were at school giving their
version of the "Life of Abraham Lincoln." This production was also received with
much enthusiasm. kjx
The Dramatics Club deserves much credit for its successful accomplishments this asp
year. 4 X
The President for the year has been Twila Fishery the Vice-President, Dean Dulingg P I
Secretary, Gwendolyn Kirkpatrick: Treasurer, Dick Gaynorg Adviser, Miss Stewart.
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Top Row: Toni lsllSklIl1l"ll. Rose NW-ston. Mzwgart-t XYilson, Robert Blctllain, Lester Moats, Curtis Hart-
ley, David Thaxton, John lihrich.
Second Row: Dick Gaynor, Carlyle liomlcrirk. Rex Lowe, Holu-rt Murphy, Dorothy Henderson. Jane
Conner, Suzanne Bachi-rt, Le Roma Sulcrr, Helen Jane linker.
Thil'd Row: Miss BlCCl'llDl', Margarrt Cuykendall. GVVt'llll0lyll Kirkpatrick. Kathleen Call, Jerome
Sl0lllH"l', Dorothy Arouhalt. llutll Roberts. Betty Sharplcs, Twila Fisher. Autumn Elll'b2ll'.
Bottom Rowg Miss Henderson, Mary Edith Martin. Frances XX'isi-nlmrg, Betty VVheeler. Jean VVolfe,
Pauline Clark, Sylvia NVL-ishlat, Betty Hancock, Jn-an 'l'ish. Be-tty Emig.
One of the most active organizations of the High School is the Booster Club. It is
composed of Seniors who have been chosen by the faculty. In past years membership
was limited to girls, but boys have become ambitious and have been given the privilege
of selling refreshing eats at athletic contests.
Aside from selling candy, ice cream, sandwiches and pop to bleacher occupants, the
club has stimulated sale of tickets to school functions by promoting class and room con-
The Boosters of 1937 have done a good service for the school. With the money
earned they purchased uniforms for the cheer leadersg they supported and made pos-
sible two major social events of the school year-the Booster Banquet and the Booster
Dance. These made a fitting climax to a successful year.
The officers for the organization were: President, Jane Connery Vice-President,
Kathleen Callg Secretary, Jean Wolfeg Treasurer, Robert McClaing Advisers, Miss Hen-
derson and Miss McCabe.
'l'op llow: 'l'oni Nliskinn-n, lloln-rl Mulligan, Carl Sicgrist. Allen lI:ix'nalnnl. Floyd Foster. George
Johnson, llairolll Mnlnnr.
S1-cond How: lfnrlos Ke-nlpI', llurolal Kinkzuli-, .lnnics Rusk, limlwnrml Mailufn. James Mclntyrc. Robert
Thompkinx, Gilln-rt Smith.
Thircl How: Mr. Cooney. John lihriih. llc-an lluling, l1lil1'nrd Stewart. John Jennings, NYilli:nln Kira-
liznui. Marion lluvis.
Fourth llow: lioln-rt Ke-nlpI', John Corbett, .lark Lyons. ll:-ssc-l Holder. llnbi-rl McClain, Bill Slover,
Bottom Row: George llox, Nolmli- llurgcr, Russell Canton, Douglas Davis, .Il'l'Ullll3 Stennrr, Dick Gay-
nor, llhzulcs Swiliurl.
Membership to Hi-Y is open to Juniors and Seniors only. Most boys begin early in
their school career to show themselves capable of hard work and leadership. The four-
fold requirement to whfch they are expected to live after their selection consists of
clean speech, clean athletics, clean scholarship, and clean living. Following their se-
lection, the boys must go through a period of initiation, after which they are officially
declared members of the club.
One of the activities of the Hi-Y is to sponsor a dance in honor of the football team X
at the close of the season. This year's Hi-Y dance was pronounced the usual exciting
success. The Hi-Y was also in charge of the Easter chapel program. When the X
P. E. P. Club entertained the boys with their annual Hi-Y-P. E. P. Banquet, a general 3
good time was enjoyed. A pla.y entitled "Be a Little Cuckoo," presented by a group
of the girls, was hilariously received by their guests,
The Hi-Y Club recently joined with the national Hi-Y organization, being a mem-
ber ot' this group gor the first time in several years.
Robert Mulligang Secretary, Carlos Kempfg Treasurer, Douglas Davis: Adviser, Mr. v
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The officers for the year have been: President, John Ehrichg Vice-President, CX
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P. li. P. CLUB
Top Bow: x'il'2lll.il liuiwi. .Ioan Bzlrthfslow, Ruth Iiirkvr. Slllillllli' Baclrvrt. ii1'l':Illillll' Rnsv. Hi-I1-n
Clark. Jann- limnu-r. llurotlly l'iQ'lNli'l'S0l1. M:n'gurvt XYilsnn, Rose NY1-stun,
Sm-com! Huw: listhvr lioniiic-lml. Bcity Sllznrplvs. Joycv Orr. H4-I4-n Jam- liukvr. .lm-:nn McDonald, Mal'-
gurvl lluyki-lulanll, Iii-1'tl'udn' Pzlrks. Maxim- llutun. Autumn lllirlmr. I.:-Iiunm Sllll'l'l'.
Third Row: lilnise- H:n'grov1-. Twiln Fislu-r, Mary iinlith Martin, Luis .I4-alliw Slam-plvr, liz-tty llnlla-r,
xi2ll'QI1ll'Q't Ross. Sluwlvy Anlismlz-l. Gwcmlulyn liirkpzntrick, Iiutlile-on ilull. l:l'1lIlU4'S fl1lI'Ililllilll.
Fourth Row: Lois 'l'mttnn1n, lin-My linlwrts, Mary Milli-r. Mary Mul'g::u's-t NYilsnn, .li-un NYU!!!-, .li-:in
Cl'uxx'l'4:1'll. lil-ity Lvl- NYl1e-elm-1', lim-ity iflllig, Bs-My Hush-ii. Nuiuliv Hutlniun.
Iiuilmn Huw: lhwntlly lizlkvr. Sylvian XV4'ishlni. IB:-My lirnxxn. Iris liz-sst. Mirinln lfrviiiz-lil. Mnriv
Mzurshznll. Muriunni- ling:-rs, Ifranmuos XX'is4-nlmrg. .li-an Iiumlls-s. l.:nlu'u limnm Mills-r.
Top Ron: Suzunnv Patti-rsrm. P4-ggy I.ylm1'g1-l', H4-lm-n Arlznns, Nataliv Holi, Doris il'lk'iil'll, Marvel
Tidbull, Ga-lu-vii-vv McXury. Ruth Tutsch, Margaret Yingling.
Sccuml lirm: Guyh- XY1-:ive-I'. Ariz-nv Gaim-l'tsl'4'lmlol', .Ii-nn Hznnilton, Marjurio Sl'llllI'llZlkl'I', Guynellv
lily, llilll'LKlll'Q't Siu-Q-Ivy. Belly Rusk, Maxim- Austin, lilc-unor ilriswvll, Bul'lJ:lru llil'fl0llill'il.
Third Row: Mnrjoriv XYilliznns, Biill'g4'lH' lihrich, Mzn'g1n'ct Kerr, Dorothy Millvr, Bm-My Redman,
NX'ilmu Oslmrnv, Mario L'hl, lllmrloitm- Cooksuy, Bi-tty Lows, Kathryn Braullhrd.
Fourth Huw: Clara Forsythe, Twila Baunlgarrlm-r, Bc-tty Strung, Lulu Shel'i'ivld, Clara Mohler,
Betty NYOishlut, Lois Colbz-rt, Oni-itzi Johnson, Bi-rtlm Roberts, Hvlvn Miller,
Bottom Row: Mary June NYagm-r, Norma Shoman, J:-an Adams, Ruth Patterson, Marihu Marie
Sivusliun, live-lyn Shaw, Srlnla Htlfflllllll, Ni-vu Mae' Hill, .lean Hitch:-n.
Top limi: l.unn:n limu-n, lluri
llilin liilms Virginia llr ll
lnp Hun: .lllllv Li' Muni. Nlnry Slum' 4 r I. . - U. . ' .
llf-lwrvau .lunv liulln-Vlsun. Virginian liulph. I him- XYl'i:4l1l, xvlllllll l.vumn, luitliryll lwull. Panullm-
XX'1:ll'i-. liulllryn Nlfwrisnli,
g.i:1l'4'l IHl'llill'ilSUll. Iii-llx' l'1-Vkins, Il'4'lll' 'llrlwrll Nl:ll'5.f'll'l'l XY:-wlull
Si-4-mul llcm: Nurs: 'l'rEplil1. Maury lZlllll'I'llll' l'uri-smi. Maury Dunn. lrvm- Inns. .ln-:nn l.4-1-vll. Blznrgauiu-l
.lulmslou. Nlilllrwl 7.lllllllt'l'lll1lll. llorulliy lllivi-r. fit'l'illlilIll' l,m'k:ir4l. llul'rim'l xVllL'l'lt'l'. Jlllll' lfuuk,
'l'llir4l limi: lilvlllllll' Amlily. 5l:u'g.::irr-I Uulu-s. llvallrici- SlllK'l'l', .Ivan liivl. Aliw- Ilivo. llimlglau' XYis1-n-
lxurg. Maury llnlilm-r. Xlauxim- lloyd. I-Qliznln-Ili Iii-mn-r. Nlilmli-ml xll'NlllI'tl'll'. Lucillc Ili-rry. lilnum
l.:lil'cl. l':nuIina- Kjucllraull. .lf-an lily.
lfuurlll llmx: .luprv lily. llurnlly llummi-I. .Xlllll'1'y llufne-i'. 5llll'L.f4lI'l'l XYilsol1. 'l'hr-mln llulrillson.
livlly linll-5. lla-I4-n Sli-1-lv. Nlirinm I,nl'l-liz. .lainirv llllllllQ'l'. llunnn Slivrs. lilium' liullisun. Holly
Ilullmn llow: Nlurg:n'4-t .lzmv lirink, Ill-lly 4I:n'p4-ull-r. Lulu-I l'mlm-rxumml. Maxim- 'l'I'l'Sl'lll'l4ll'I', lmllise-
l'ml1-rxumll. Yo-rm-llu Aalnlna, V1-ru xvlifllllilll. Pnulim- Simnmns, .lam-l l.:lil'ml. l.uix Slilli-V, Maury
Louim- ll1-mlvrmn. lim-tly Mllxgi'm'v.
s l':n1'vsnm. Sully Alu-I. Yir-finial l-Qvlu'rl. ll:-li-n lfitcll. Plum-luv llull. X VV
- - 1 'f : now-. Maury llustwicli. llzlrrivl l'nw4-ll.
Se-cnml limi: llc-sh-r Salvage-. Maury l,ylHll'5-Kl'l'. Mary Buss:-tl. llulh XYiIson. .IU-.Xllll l,ynns, Luis l-flln-n
Swupe-. Ymuln lm- Slluuk. lim-tty Gross. .Iam-t Hllllllllll, X, X
'l'hir1l llnw: lla-lly Spruguu-. liilw-ix Slim-ln-y, lilnisv Nlillm-r. Virginian lfitvh. .lzmicv Mlunis, Nurnm
Ilia-km-n. .Xlvn Sta-xxnrl. Nl:nrg.::ura-I tiunv, lim-My l,uu Slnnlon, .Izuiicv Shipps. ci
lfuurlh linux: Jum- Ste-unrl. Xlnrgura-I llolmlvr, Xl:u'jori4- Iialwson, l.l'llUl'1l Nurrix. Nlurg.i:u'4-t llvmlvr-
mn. Lois liirks-r. .lunv Sp1':ng.uu'. lbvlphim- Smilh. H.ll'lHll'il liiclmml. Slnrjorii- l:2llllDlM'll. 'i
llullolll Hum: .IUIIII lluki-r. lInrol l':lll1'l'SUll. Xorlllzi .li-:ln IIQIIUIIHIS, .lnycv linlun, Juni' lfllllgi. llulwwlliy
l.4-i- Iluuslmx, Ammlrvlln- Nlclinigallt, l.illi:m XY1-islrlalt. Mary lilizuln-lll Nlilligzm. June- Sliivi-rs.
t'Mf"1. ' -1 '-35 MH!
WD' 7, -: Q
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' GLEN CLL'l3
Top Row: Doris llicka-u, Mary l.ylJ1ll'gf'l'. Vivian lillison, Virginia Brook:-, Dorothy I'lt'llllI'l'5llIl. Nata-
lim- Hull, Doris Parc-son, 01-114-via-vc MCNary, Barlmara liaclu-rt.
St'C0ll1l liuw: Suzanne- Patil-rsnn. Rs-In-L'L'a lIulln-rtsnn. He-lvn liatvs. Marpaarrt Oak:-s. Nllll'Q2,'2ll't'l Ying-
ling. .lunr Funk, llrtly Rusk, IN-gpgy Lyharger. lin-tty Pm-rkins.
Third Row: Mr. Huntington, Mary Parc-sun, Maxine- XValkc-r, Carina Mills-r. llimlglac- xYlSL'lllllll'Q.f. Alice
liics-. Miriam NNE-lun-r, lim-tty IU-rlman, Marg:-iw Iilirich, lic-tty l.uus.
Fourth linw: Maxiiu- ML-tiny, Hs-la-n Milli-r. liuth lialyt-at. llvtty Strong, .luyuv lily, Clara Margznrrt
Mahler, Margaret She-4-Icy. llnrothy Mills-r. Lulu Slu-l'l'i4-ld, lim-tty N4-lnlun,
Bottom Row: Carol linu-rson, Milllrn-ml SCll0llillll'l'. .ll-an Adams, lic-tty llousv. l'auIin4- SlIllIllIlllS, lili-
nor Cullison, Luis Trutllnan, Martha Mariv Sivaslian. llrtty Parks.
jL'N1OR-SENIOR GIRLS' GLlEl2 CLL'l3
Top lion: Mr. lluntingtun, XYaunn'la Glazim-r. llaynvlla- lily. liloisn- Stinrr. Maxim- Austin, Mariu-
Arrun, G4-ralmlinv lloso. Ruth Tulscll, Margarrt Shurtz. Margzarrl NN'ilson, Xvlllllil La-nmn. Luis
S:-cuml limv: lic-1'tl'1ulv Parks. .Xlvta Sl'llll'll'l'l', Margarrt Parks, lluth llolwrts. lim-tty lilniyq. .lc-an
Maxim-ll, lllf-anor llriswm-ll. Doris lloahrigi, llarhara Mcllulnu-ll, H1-ls-n All2'llllS, H4-I1-n Scln-4-ll.
'l'l1irll Huw: Margarvt flllykl'llll2ill. .lm-an Hamilton. .ll-an lirxuxfurml. Iris lla-ssl. Ve-rn:-tta .xl'1llllS.
Cllarlotli- Klurnksvy, Carolyn lf:-lton. Ruth Murphy, Mary lillvn St. lllair, Marjorie- Scluunalu-r,
Twila lgZllllllg1ll'llll1'l'. Une-ita Johnson.
Fourth liuw: 'l'lu-Ima lirown, lilnism- Hargrnvm-, Twila lfislu-r, Mariv Marshall. livn-lyn Shaw. Luis
Colin-rt. Luis Joanne- Sli:-plc-l', Clara lfursyllu-. lie-rlha llolwrts, ,Iran Mcltonalml. liz-tty Ilulwrts.
lintlmn llmx: Jnycn- Orr. liuth l'ath-rsun, Marianmf lingers. l"ram'i-s XYisc-nliurg. .Xlicv Sinlpkins.
Marjurin- XY4-lls. Mary Marg,ars-t XYilsnn, Francs-s Sic-wart. Opal liilvy, Marjurii- XYiIlian1s. Sm-lnm
llullnlan, Laura linnna Milli-r.
SOPIIQMORIC GIRLS' GIJCIC CLUB
Top lion: Sir. llnntinglon, Juni- D4-Moss, Nlilmlre-ml Zilninurinun. Nl1ll'S1lI'l'i June- Brink. .li-:in I.:-4-cll,
Margin- Hrnnskill, Chloe- Wright.
SPUUIILI How: iialnu Man' Crosivr, Marguwt Johnston, lilnorai I.zlirml, Martha NYorknmn, lien-l'Iy
Sm-nh-krr, H1-I4-n Sh-1-Ir, Lncillr livrry.
Thiril lion: Iiliznln-lh lic-nm-r. Donna Slivrs. XY:nmlu lhnnilton. Nlnxiln- lloyd. lrm-ne Criswi-ll. Blil-
drwl Sk-Murtriv, Pauline Cochran.
Iiotloni lion: Nlzurgzin-I NYilson. Mary Louisr lli'lHil'l'SUll. Maury Holdrr. lroroihy Ilnnmwl. lh-tic
lianlvs. lin-U5 NIIISKIWIVIH .li-nn lily.
FRIQSIIMICN GIRLS' GLIEIQ CLUB
Top Row: Mr. Huntington. Sully Abc-I. Ruth XYilson. Hz-sh-r Sallvaigv, H4-tty Sprngln-. Virginia lickrrl.
Am-E4-lan NY:iIk1-r, Joyce- Hurlsock.
Svvoinl Novi: llal Fra-ka-, llonnn Arlhnrs. Norma Gl'iIllIll, Mawjorir Johnson. liilrvn Sin-via-y. Iiloiso
Milli-r. Ilzirrirt Powu-ll, Mary Bostwivk.
Third How: Annu XYol'knI:ln, .lzlnvt lilnnlon. H4-tty Gross. Jaunivv ACIRIIIIS, Vomln I.:-r Shurk. lrrne-
Portvus, Marjorie Slannghtrr. June-am Johnson.
Fourth lion: H4-tty Mille-r, Alva Sta-wort, .loycr Canton. IA-noru Norris. Anna Louisa- Se-rs, Goin- lir-
nlun, Lois lillrn Sump:-. llzurhanrzi nil'll1ll'lI, Norman .lc-:in Thomas.
lioitmn Row: Hi-tty Mzurklvy. iI:uiln-rim- Shaw. lfile-Q-n Miskinwns. llrlphina- Slllilh. Glvinloru Young.
Honnia- ih-iss, Jnm- lilllig, lin-lyn Vinsi-I.
Top Row: Dean Wheeler. Melvin Gross, Albert Baietti. David Hansford, Allen Day, liussell Moore,
NYilliam Merrell, Harold Adams.
Second Row: Clifford Shaw. Jack Bolton, Donald Scott. Thomas Aronhalt. Joc Engle, Tom Westfall,
Preston Norris, Frederick Bontrager. Jack Hultz.
Third How: Mr. Huntington, John Jennings, Robert Gilmore, Richard Harner, Gordon Miller. Dick
Gaynor, Rrbert Kempf, Robert Biel.
Fourth Row: Dick Davis, Charles Swihart. William Graham. Kenneth Madison. Robert Miller,
Frank Freenlan, Glenn XYilde. Chaney Ross, Noble Burger.
Bottom Row: Donald Finney! Hayfimnd'Markley, Stanford Bryan. Richard Finney. Donald Bisscl,
NVilliam Benner, Robert Smith, NVilliam Kirk. XVayne Johnson.
Top How: Mr. Rader. Director: Carlos Kempf, John Adams. David Hansford, Albert Baietti, Verle
Rucker, Bill Stover. Alfred llitchason.
Second Bow: Joe Engle, Peggy Lybarger. NYilliam Graham, Maro Smith, Edward Malafa, Robert
Kempf, John Ehrich.
Third Row: Dan Smith, Marge-ne lihrich, Richard Harm-r. NYilma Lemon, Betty Jane Perkins,
Eugene White, Phoebe Holl, Mary lillen St. Clair. Frederick Bontrager.
Fourth Row: Alfred Mngness. Noble Burger, Baxter ltlcfluggage. Donald Bissell, Marjorie Dawson,
John Cooper, Irene Loos, Miriam NN'elmcr, David N'Villiams, Ruth Murphy.
Bottom llnwg Arlene Gamertsfelder. Sylvia XVeisblat, Martha Marie Sivnslinn, Jean Adams. Vernctta
Adams, Marjorie Campbell, Fred Smith, Lillian NVeishlat, Lois Miller.
QIC IIONIICIXIQXIQIERS Ol? .AXMIQIUCIX
Twp Huw: Ulu-itn .Inlmsun. li:-tty lla-ilmun. Nlnxim- liulnu. Doris lll1'lU'Il. lialym-llv lily. lli-lvn Sclu-vii.
Ilulli liirki-r. lli-lon Klhu-k. llumtliy ll:-mlm-rsrm. .lunv 121mm-r, liulh 'l'ulsi-li.
Si-cuml Hem: finylc- NV:-nv:-r, Alvin SlliH'll'l'l'. lim-rllm llnlu-rts. iii-l'll'l11lv Panrks. Ili-lon .lamv Iiuki-r.
tixwmlolyn Iiirkputrick. Ili-I4-in Gross, l'lIiillll'Q'S l'zll'liAlll1lll. Nlail'5i:u'i-t iluykm-mlnll. .ll'2lll Nlcllwmlil.
'l'l1irsl lion: Miss Nlurslmll. l-Ilizulu-Ili livnlwr. liluisi- lI:n'g.:ruvi-, Slmrlvy .knlisnli-l. Nlurii- Arruu.
liillllll'l'll Call. liulh lloln-rts. Iii-My llruwn, lim-My lluln-ris. Bliss lll1lll1llll'.
Bnlhnn lima: XX'ilmu Uslmrlw. Nlury limlilh NlIll'llll. lie-tty Strong, Xnrnm Slltblllllll. Iiuth Murphy.
' " Nl N I '
.luyrv Orr, I-ramen-s hllllmlu-. llnrollly llnkvr. ll-1-tly lluusv. . airy .li lor. liulh lutli-rsun.
Top lluw: lbiris llill'1'SIlll. linllwrim- Slmw, Ulm! Gossvr. Virginia llillllll. .luyrv llnrlsuck. Nlzirgiv
lkrunskill. .Kl'i.u-In XY:iIki'r. l.ury Blau- Ilissung. NYilmu I.:-mon, ilurum Nlilli-r. l:l'Zllll'l'S Clark, ll:-li-u X
Huh-s, Lois lllli-n Sm
Sn-cuml limi: 111-l':ulili1'4' l.1rk:lr4l. I-'lm-unur Mlily. lrom- 'l'uls1'h. Nlilmlri-ml ZllIllllt'l'lll2lll, liqlnn May X
llrulia-r, Irvin- l'urh-us. Nlurjiwii- sl1lll1.Qlllt'l', Juni- tlrisxull li lthun li: lll Nl n ' '
Hass:-ll, .Xnilri-y ll1lflll'I', Maxim- Mvifimy.
'A '.. . 1 'g.,:ll'L'l llolllvr, Nlury
Thircl Him: Bliss Xlillfllilll. Miss ffanllilllv. Nornm Grimm. Nllll'KZlI'l'l lli-rmzm. I-Ilnoru l.:lil'1l. llurntllv
llumnu-I. Nl:n'gnri-I llolmivr, Slum hturlz. l.4-umm Xurris. l,Q'll7llllll' Smith, Ili-lla Jann- llirki-rsmi, X
Nlllilllil .ll'illl lioss. jx?
lfnurlh Rim: Hairy llilllli'l'llll' l':u'4-sun. Milnlrml Nlt'3lllI'lI'l4'. llvlty Nlnrkli-y, Pnulim- ilucllruu, lli-li-n is
lhusswli. .Iuuicv llillllll'l'. .li-:in Nluyi-r, li:lrh:u':u llll'll1lI'll. .laulwzull .l0llllSllIl. ll4'l'll'll1lt' lllnrk. lim-ltv C
Iflva-rlmrl, Nlilkllli' llnxtmi. '
llullmn lhm: .lnyrv tfzitun, Tlx:-Ima Hawk, Nlnry Nlill'Lfill'l'l llll'llZll'4lSUll, Lillian Appis, .loam Bllkl'l'. I
I-'i-rn Ih-Inu-ll. livi-lyn Vins:-I, Ili-ily llurpi-nh-r, xllI'lllll -l1'llll 'l'll0mus. Nlzll'gl'x'!l:1 NYilhil4', Lillian
XX'vislnl:ut, lim-:willy Stump.
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PA'rR1CiAN LATIN CLUB
Top Row: Margaret .lane Yingling, Natalie Hull. NVilliam M4-rr:-ll, Barbara McConnell, Robert K4-mpf,
Sc-cond Row: George llox, John Franklin, ltlargs-no lilirich, Peggy l.ybarge-r, Helen Adams.
Third How: Miss McCabe, Lois Je-anne Shrpler, Glenn XN'ild1', Bl-tty Loos, Margaret Shen-li-y, Doris
Bottom Row: lili-anor Criswq-ll, Betty Burt. Charlotte Cooks:-y, Martha Marie Sivaslian. Miriam
Freifleld, Mary lidith Martin.
The Patrician Latin Club is composed of the pupils of the Cicero Classes this year.
The purpose of the club is to obtain a greater knowledge of Roman life and to
arouse interest in Greek mythology.
Three of the outstanding meetings this year were the Christmas program at which
carols were sung in Lating one meeting was devoted to reports on Roman heroesg and
at another meeting the question, "Resolved: That Cicero was right in putting the
conspirators to death," was debated. The meetings for the past year have been held
the third Monday of the month during the regular class time.
The officers of the club were: President, Barbara McConnellg Vice-President, Ed-
ward Malafag Secretary, Glenn Wildeg Adviser, Miss McCabe.
'Pl,lCl3l2l'AN l,A'l'l N CLUB
Top llnw: nlISSl'll Moore-. Richard Harm-r. Douglas Clark. ilarry Iiirlqmlrick. Allie-rl liaivtli. Va-rle
Huck:-r, .lolin Boyd, Max hY0l'tllillgt0ll, ling:-lie While, llavid llansford. Barbara Bachafrt.
S:-cond linwg Jonny livans, Dorothy Aronhall, llc-ily l'l'I'IiiilS, .loyce lily, Jlllll' Criswvll. lrvni- Loos,
Paulim- Wolfe. Margaret Johnston, Rf-ln-cca ilulln-rtson. itidglar- Wise-nhurg, Dorothy Oliver, Alice
Rice, Chloe XYl'iglll.
Third liuw: Alfred Magness, .loan Barlhulow. l-Ilizalu-th B4'lllH'l', .lc-an l.c-i-ch, Sara 'l'i'iplitt. Arlene
Valli:-l'lsi'1'lilrr, Carina Milli-r. XYamla Ilalnillnn. lllancln- Lipps. lilnora Laird, Brtly Chilcoie,
Fourth Row: Miss Mctlalu-, llharlm-5 Cops-nllavi-r. .loc Engle-. David hvilll1llllS. Ilan Smith. Donald
Finney, Vivian lillison, Margaret Oakes. Miriam Wm-inn-r. Mary Louise Henderson. Margaret
Brink, Lou:-l l'ndc-rwood.
Hottoni Row: James Thoinpson, Louise l'ndn-rwood. Maxim- Tres:-nrider, Elinor Cullison, Janet
Laird, Vern:-tta Adams, Lois Miller, Miriam Lore-nz, he-tty Parks. Helen Sta-cle, Joyce Ely. Betty
The Plebeian Latin Club consists of pupils taking Latin II who are interested in
ancfent Rome. X
The purpose of the club is to acquaint pupils with the life and customs of the an- f
The outstanding meeting of the year was the February meeting' at which home-
made valentines containing Latin verses were exchanged. Other meetings were de-
voted to the study of Roman life. The meetings were held the third Monday of each X
month during the activity period.
The officers of the club were: President, Elinor Cullisong Vice-President, Marga- L'
ret Oakesg Secretary, Betty Parks: Adviser, Miss McCabe.
Top ltow: John Davis, lic-ith Friliart. Hmncr Durand, Leon llarr, ltoln-rt lillllllilflll, George Johnson,
Carl Sin-grist, ltolmert McClain, liclward lilillllllth
Second ltow: Mr. Hose, John lihrich, Virginia Baird. Louise Lost-go, Gaynelle Ely, Doris Dicken,
.lane Conner, Peggy Lyliargvr, .lean Biol. Ire-nv hos:-go.
Third Row: Marvel Titllmll, Gwendolyn Kirkpatrick, Douglas Davis, JL-rome Stenner, .lt-an XVolfe,
Suzanne Bachert, G1-rtrudr Parks. Katliln-cn Call, Susie Handles.
Fourth Row: B1-tty xvhl't'lt'l', J:-an l1raNxI'orLl, Margaret Slleeley. Mildrc-nl Schonauer, Dorothy Miller,
Ruth ltoherts, Natalie Hoffman, Marie Arron.
Bottom Row: Lula Shellii-ld. Marin- Marshall, Marianne Rogers, Jean Adams, Betty Burt, Sylvia
NYeisblat, Betty Strong. Arlene GillllL'l'tSfl3lllt'l', Autumn Ehrbar.
Due to the fact that the French clases were supervised by three instructors during
the lirst semester, the French Club was late in its appearance as an activity. The per-
sonnel has increased considerably from past years because all students in the French
department have been invited to the meetings.
The purpose of the organization is to acquaint the student with a literary culture
which prevails in France, to increase interest in the French language, and to enjoy
socially activities which are customs of the French people.
The success of the club has been due to the brilliant portrayal of French literary
writers by the members, to the astonishing rapidity of the students' acquiring conver-
sational qualities, and to the wise supervision of the officers.
The officers of the organization for the past year have been: President, Douglas
Davisg Secretary, Autumn Ehrbarg Social Chairman, Marianne Rogersg Adviser, Mr.
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TYPING SERVICE CLUB
'l'np Novi: Juni- Count-r, H4-len Jam- llukn-r. .lm-am Mcllolmld, Rose NVeston, Mnrgzurcl Yingling. Ihltlx
Second Huw: Miss tiompton. Lois Porteus, Betty Shnrples. B4-tty llmig. ltlurgzlret Cuykemlall.
Hnlluin How: Mnrnu Tlmmpkins, Bi-tty vVhl'1'll'l', .lc-an Rnmllm-s, l,4-ohm Hayes. Betty Strong.
The Typ'ng Service Club was formed this year as an elective activity for the girls
who wished to devote their time to the work of the club. Fifteen girls have carried S
this work successfully. The majority of these have two years of typing to their creditg
a few have had one year.
In other years, girls either did stencils for the teachers instead of the usual class
work, or spent their study periods in the typing room without much reward except for
the experience. The Typing Service Club has a different purpose in mind. Since
students belonging to other organizations give their time to that club and receive extra-
curricular activity points, each girl in the Typing Service Club gains one activity point X
for each fifteen periods of work. Every forty minutes spent at work constitutes one j
The girls in the club have done filing and stenographic work and stencils for most X "5
of the teachers and for Mr. Pence and Mr. Ross. They have helped the Boy Scout ex-
ecutive and have done notebook work for several teachers.
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FL'TL'Rli FARM ERS QF AMERICA
Top Row: Gordon McNury. Floyd Foster, Mr. Hoover, Clifl'm'cl Stewart. Jann-s Boyd, llulc- liarch.
Second Row: Clturlcs Murphy, Cliarles Boyd, Arthur Royer. Junior Hurt, Fred llornzln, l.uYern Kent,
Bottom How: Allen Luirll. Raynioml Roll:-r. Alphonse Arron. Rohm-l't lh-flollrsry. liulwri Miller, Ray-
lnoiul xY1llkl'I'. Lori-n linofl'.
The Future Farmers of America have a bumper crop of club activities this year.
Clifford Stewart won first place in the local Vocational Speaking Contest and fourth
place in the district contest at Freeport. The club basketball team won third place in
the district tournament at Freeport.
The F. F. A. will enier nine teams in the State Judging Contest to be held in June.
The teams entered are: Crops, Seed, Sheep, Wool, Dairy Cattle, General Livestock,
Milk, Cream, and Poultry.
At the regular meetings ping-pong, horse shoes, and refreshments are in order.
Climaxing the yearly pest hunt, the losing team, captained by Dale Karch, gave a ban-
quet to the winning team, captained by Arthur Royer.
The F, F. A, has a representative on the Coshocton County Resources Council. In
co-operation with this organization the club plans to plant about 4500 forestry trees
The officers are: President, Junior Burtg Vice-President, Arthur Royerg Secretary,
Clifford Stewartg Treasurer, Allen Lairdg Adviser, Mr. Hoover.
IVUTLTRIE CRAFTSMIEN OF AMERICA
Top Row: Mr. lickn-rt, Allen Ilay, lirm-sl Grublns. llaln- Sp:-aks, Cliarlvs Pigman, James Rusk,
Sm-cond llowf Mr. Mills, Carlos Ke-mpf, Dall- Frm-kr, Dm-an lluling, William Pallrrson, William Gill,
Prrsloll Norris, Lelloy Fitch,
Thlrll llow: Mr. Gl'00lllf', lidmuml llilxlv, Marion Davis, llarold Adams, Dessel Holder, Arlllur
She-arn, lloln-rl Thompkins.
l-'ourlh llow: Iioln-rt Mclilain. All-x Tisonyai, .ln-ssc llagans. lk-an Win-eler, David Tlxaxlon, Paul
Bottom Row: llollin I.umm, William Graham. Russ:-ll llaton, llolwrl Popham, Kl'llllQ'lll Parks,
Carlyle ltodl-rick, llharlcs Swihart. Harold Parks.
The Senior boys in the Industrial Arts Classes have organized a club known as the
Future Craftsmen of America. This is a national organization, having state and na-
tional conventions. The purpose of the club is to promote scholarship, to encourage
recreational activities, to promote safety, accuracy, thoroughness, judgment, quality of
workmanship, speed, and loyalty.
As the club was organized late in the school year there are not many activities
planned. The various committees have worked hard developing a constitution and X
standards for the several degrees to be awarded.
The club is participating in a track meet sponsored by the F. H. A. to be given in 5
the gym in April. The Seniors are anticipating a pleasant evening initiating the '
Juniors into the club.
The officers are: President, Preston Norrisg Vice-President, Harold Adamsg Sec- y X
retary-Treasurer, Allen Day. The Advisers are: Mr. Eckert, Mr. Mills and Mr.
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The Football Team of 1936 did not measure to previous teams of Coshocton in re-
gard to the number of games won. They did show good spirit and presented interest-
ing games for the spectators at home.
The season opened with a win from the younger Scots of Wooster. This game pre- ,
sented thrills galore and was the lone game won during the season. The last game,
which was played with Mount Vernon on Thanksgiving Day, upset a dope bucket be-
cause ol' the scoreless tie with a classified superior team,
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Oct. 2-Coshocton New Philadelphia ...A 40 X
Oct. 12-Foshocton Zanesville ,,.,,,,,,,e,, U , 7
Oct. 17-Coshocton Cambridge . .,,, 18 3
Oct. 24-Coshocton Newark .. ,,,, 25
Oct. 30-Coshocton Marietta ..,, ,,,, 2 7
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possibility of one of C0shocton's finest basketball seasons the Redskins
were able to take the scalp of only fifty per cent of their opponents. The success of
the team has been in the individual advancement made by each player, for it was sel-
dom that the first stringers were without injuries. This was a severe drawback to the
success of the season.
Captain LaVerne Gray was named on the All Central Ohio League Team.
Dec. I2-Coshocton . ..,,.,, ,,,,, , . . 38 - Mt, Vernon ,,,,, U 24 S
Ilcc. 18-Coshocton ., 33 - Dennisonl: , I7
Dec lil-Coshocton ., 19 - Wooster . , 29
Dec. 22-Coshocton ,,,, 35 - Granville ,, .,., . . 22 Q
Dec. 340-Coshocton , 48 - Erie East fPa.W.,, , 27
Jan. 8-Coshocton 31 - Lancaster? .,.l, , , 25
Jan. 12-Coshocton . 19 - Zanesvillell ,, 24
Jan 15-Coshocton ,, 25 - Newark , ,, .,.., ., 30 S
Jan. 22-Coshocton , 28 - Cambridge l,...l.,,. , Sl
Jan 23-Coshocton 39 - Akron Goodrichli, ,, 32 X
Jan. 29-Coshocton 28 - Marietta ..,.,.,..l,, ,, 42 H
Jan. 30-Coshocton ., 32 - Akron Westl: ., . , 37 1 ,J
Feb. 5-Coshocton 28 - Lancaster ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, 31
Feb. 6-Coshocton ,,.. 24 - New Philadelphia? .. .. 22
Feb. 9-Coshocton 21 - Zanesville ..,,,.,,..,., . 31 X 1
Feb. lil-Coshocton ., 31 - Newark? .,.. H H 35
Feb. I9-Coshocton .,,, 32 - Cambrid,qe"i ., ,,.., 17 cl
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Standing: lfred Dornnn, Charles Spear, George Util, Clitford Stewart, Thoburn Deibel, Robert
Scntcdg Mr. Cooney, Assistant Coach: Dave Metz, Manager: Merle Barnes, Herle Barnes, Fred
Daugherty, Mr. Matthews, liquipnu-nt Manager.
The Junior-Varsity is composed of boys who show promise of becoming good bas-
ketball players. Boys are taken from class teams and some are taken from the re-
serves of the Varsity. This team plays the Junior-Varsity of other schools. They
play preliminaries to the regular varsity games. This gives them experience for Var-
sity competition for the following year or years. There are several boys who show
promisingly well for the Varsity next year.
The Junior-Varsity travels with the Varsity on most of their trips. The boys on
this team consist principally of students from the three lower classes because they are
the ones that will return the following year for Varsity competition. The schedule
for the past season is as follows:
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INTRA MLTRAI, CHAN PIONS
Top Row: lil-or'ge .lolmson. tlozncli: George- L'hl, Mr. Helmrcl. Advise-rg Alfri-il llilclmson, VN'illinm
Si-cond How: Clark NX'illiums, .lainie-s Blllllvlllpl, Noble- liiirgi-r, lllmlwy Ross. llolwrl Slaughter.
Bottom llwm: Gilln-rt Smith. lilig.:Q-iw lJ'u1'lillg. 'l'lmmus llorvs. Rolls-rl Dunlap, Rolwrt llzillglic-rty, .loc
Coshocton High has developed a very efficient system in intramurals. Not only is
valuable experience given the boys in basketball technique but also is shown a spirit of
school and sportsmanship.
Good ball was played during' the season. The Historians won the championship in
a very exciting game. They were behind on a 9-1 score at the half, but managed to
beat the gun w.th a 12-11 register. The Politicians did the battering of the Historians
in this final game.
Teams- Won Lost
Historians .,,, - 7 0
Politicians ..,, 5 2
Stargazers .,,, 5 2
Scientists .... 4 3
Earthworms .. 2 5
Craftsmen .,,. 2 5
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All League Team: Captain, Robert Popham, Farmersg F. Daugherty, Politiciansg
T. Deibel, Earthwoxmsg G. Uhl, Historiansg R. Slaughter, Historians.
Second Team: Captain, Clifford Stewart, Mathematiciansg C. Williams, Historiansg
C. Spear, Scientistsg M. Barnes, Stargazersg D. Davis, Politicians,
lil RLS' llASKlQ'l'lAlAI,l. Cl IAM PS
Standing: Alva Stewart. Nlililri-il Zimmernmn, Suzanne Patterson, Miss Metiinnis. Surah West,
Seated: NI:u'g:n'et Jolmslou, lilnorzu l,:uil'd, llorollly Oliver, .lean llrawlbrd.
The Girls' Intramural basketball league was organized this year under the direction
of Miss McGinnis, the girls' gym instructor.
A schedule was made which gave each team one game with each of the other 1118111-
bers of the league. At the close of the regular schedule two teams were in a tie for
first plaee. The leaders had six wins against one loss. To break the tie a play-otf be-
tween the Hot Shots and Holy Terrors resulted. The Hot Shots barely edged their ri-
vals in a I7-15 score.
The season was marked with plenty of enthusiasm. The last game was an exceed-
ingly exciting one in which a handy lead was 'cut to a two-point win. All games were
The standing of
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Helen Jane Buker.
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Midmlh- Huw: Daw- Metz, N4-al llutrow. Donald Scott. Sun: Clow, lilly-IUIN' xYilll2lIllS
Bottonl Ihm: .Iznnn-s Strung, Manx Mcliomn-ll, .lunn-s ills-mlc-xmiug. .lnlncs Clow.
A golf team was organized this spring' as soon as favorable weather and conditions
permitted play. Fourteen boys reported for the squad and Coach Eckert found some
very good ability among them.
After several practice rounds at Lake Pa1'k Hills Course an elimination tournament
was staged in order to select the team. Top scores were turned in by the twins, Merle
and Berle Barnesflilerle topping' the list.
The team for the first match consisted of Merle and Berle Barnes, Floyd Foster,
and Robert Dunlap. Matches were d'fi'icult to arrange this spring due to the fact that
most of the schools in the Central Ohio League have discontinued golf. Newark fur-
nished this tirst opposition on May 7 at the local golf course. A return match has been
scheduled with Newark.
As this section of the Annual goes to the press plans have been made for home and
home matches with Massillon and Granville. A successful season is anticipated.
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CHRONICLE OF EVENTS AT C. H. S.
8-Bang-what's that-oh, just the beginning of a new school year.
Gray, one of our most dignified Senior boys, asks where Room
20 is. Stealing the Freshmen's stuff.
19-Opening game of football season is with Wooster, we won, 6-0.
Good start, you Redskins!
28-Rev. Barss gave us an interesting talk in chapel on "Making the
Best of Our Opportunities."
30-Carl Siegrist is counting the weeks already-only about 35 more-
wonder how many nights of those weeks he will spend in D. T?
2-New Phila. defeated us by a score of-well-I'd rather not men-
9-Scheduled game with Zanesville is postponed because of rain. We
would have played but-guess they had wet feet.
12-Lost that postponed game to Zanesville after a hard-fought bat-
tle. Score 7-6. Mr. Ross said it was plain luck on their part.
14-Game at Marietta-they threshed us to the tune of 26-0. Looks
like you Redskins had better sharpen up your tomahawks.
17-Book week-speakers in chapel.
25-Thanksgiving service given to us by Rev. Kiskaddon. Mr. Hunt-
ington sang some songs, and then led us in a few.
11-Hi-Y Dance-what we have been waiting for-everyone enjoyed
the rhythm of Harstler's High Hatters.
15-Liquid air demonstration-given by Mr. James.
18-Christmas Play-"What, No Santa Claus?"-presented by Dra-
19-Beginning of our two weeks' vacation-which Will be welcomed
and enjoyed by everyone.
1 Q. lj . ..
Do They Grow These?
The Thrve Parks
Watch Out, Helen
Frankie and Junior
Home From School
VVorkman in Action
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329 MAIN STREET
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C. M. HAY--Your C.H S. jeweler
Co-operative l.ive Stock
Fat and Feeder Live Stock
Auction Sale Every Friday
Steel Filing' Cases, Chairs, Des
Index Folders. Diebold Safes,
Manifold Printing. Sales Hooks
North Sixth Street, Coshocton, Ohio
Opposite Pennsylvania Station
PASSENUIPER CARS AND TRUCKS
CORNER OF THIRD AND WALNUT STREETS
7-Chapel program-Betty Weakland-girl evangelist--gave us all
advice on a very common subject--"Love,"
14--Another chapel program. A most interesting talk given us by Dr.
Kelsey, president of Sterling College, Sterling, Kans.
22-Game with Cambridge, which we should have won but didn't.
Lost it in the last few minutes.
23-Defeated Akron Goodrich in an exciting game on our own floor.
Score 39-32. Too bad it wasn't a league game.
25-Beginning of semester examinations-"'Twas the night before
exams, and all through my bean-I searched in vain for a light
11-Movie shown to us by the Standard Oil Co. Three reels of vita-
phone, Industrial Ohio, Cartoon and Beautiful Ohio.
12-Another defeat handed us by Newark. Close game though-
13--Tryouts for Dramatics Club and Glee Club. More fun. Enter-
tained in assembly by the Honolulu Guitar Club.
19-26-We won our last two games of the season-from Cambridge and
4-Superintendent Pence told us all about his trip to New Orleans
where he attended the Superintendents' Convention.
8-Historical movie during activity period. Mr. Rehard's history
students thought they were in class.
10-High School Girls' Chorus is announced. This group will be hav-
ing rehearsals nearly every day in order to be ready for a trip to
11-Another issue of the Tom-Tom-what would we do without it?
Everyone enjoyed Miss Campbell's original contribution.
17-If you are Irish you should have on green today. Mr. Rehard had
on a red-striped tie. Perhaps he's color blind.
19-The last night of the Senior Class Play-"One Mad Night." A
full house-one of the teachers who received flowers had a bad
case of stage fright. Funny-she's not like that at all in class.
VValking the Plank
Is the Horse a Junio
Do I Rate?
A Michigan View
The Four of Us
Goin' My Way?
WVQ See You
Home Finance Service
15 Fijew Building
E. C. FOX, Manager
Texaco Fire Chief
Firestone Tires and Accessories
MAX RUSK PHONE 318
TIEDT Sz OUNNINGHAM, Props.
HOVVLING : BILLIARDS
Candy and Smokers' Articles
T H E
Cussins and Fearn
A GOOD PLACE TO BUY!
131 NORTH THIRD STREET
G. M. C. TRUCKS
PONTIAC : BUICK
Covered XVagOn Trailers
A QONIPLI'.1I'. LIINIZ OI'
MEET ME AT THE
528 Nl St' t Phone 442
ICI L RI AM MILK PL TTICRMILK
LOI IAQ LCHI I I CHOCOLATE MILK
SOI?-KLIRD MINERAL MODIFIED MILK
Dairy Products Company
222 North Second Stgfeet Phone 442
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614 Main Street
442 Main Street
Life Insurance Co.
86 YEARS OLD
THOMAS XY. KARR, Agent
BE SURE WITH PURE
Bob McCann, Agent
The Pure Oil Company
Phone 400 - 475
For More Than Fifty Y
Bfgthgfs moon snoizs
ALI, 'l'lllf FAMILY
Best Wishes to the Class of 1937
Hignur Zlilnriaty-" S
"Where Quality Counts"
Fountain Furniture Co.
at Fair Prices
331 MAI N STREET
PHONE 32 K
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THE LAST OF THE CHRONICLES
1-No school today-April Fool-Chapel program-Play-"Be a Lit-
6-Meeting of Jr.-Sr. class officers. Maybe they are getting ready
for the swanky Jr.-Sr. Prom.
8-Chapel-Honor Society chosen-what a surprise-Debate with
Marietta-defeated them 3-0.
9-Big social event-Booster Banquet-at Riverside Bar-B-Que-
13-"Hotshots" take girls' basketball championship-after a hard
game with the "Holy Terrorsf'
14-seniors choose blue gowns and caps with White tassels-for grad-
16-A. A. U. W. party for Senior girls-Held at Stage Coach Tavern.
23-Booster Club dance-good band-good crowd-good time by all.
7-Jr.-Sr. Party-another nice affair-since We are upper classmen
dancing is the only form of entertainment.
13-14-Jr. Class Play-"Lady Spitfire"-a sparkling performance
given by these young actors.
21-Honor Society Banquet-held at the Country Club-quite an af-
fair-the new members tried so hard to be dignified.
31-Final examinations begin for the three unfortunate classes-are we
Seniors lucky-oh Well, We've earned it.
1-2-Seniors are doing a little last minute rehearsing for their big
3-The big step for Seniors-from High School into Life-has come at
last-some are glad, but most are sorry. X
4-Whoops! This is the last day-for three Whole months-ta-ta till
Autumn Without Dean
L- y V's
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How You've Changed,
Not Before Dinner, Harold
Did We Win?
In the Mountains S
Dedication of Flag Pole
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Famous For Good Food
STEAK, FISH, CHICKEN
FROG LEG DINNERS
South Second Street Road
SETH R. CUYKENDALL, Prop.
MAIN STREET PHONE 609
"XYl1e1'e Students Meet"
504 MAIN STREET
Charles P. Malafa
NENV and USED PARTS
For All Makes of Cars
NVE BUY and SELL USED CARS
134 NORTH FIFTH STREET
R. F. MISKIMEN
425 MAIN STREET
Dry Goods, Curtains and Draperies,
Rugs, FL1I'l'lIfl11'C, VVindow Shades,
Ladies' Coats, Suits and Dresses
H O S I E R Y
VVe l':ln't Sell All the Mill
So XVe just Sell the Rest
Seleetecl Dairy Procluets
For Distinctive ltlusic
139 South Sixth Street
YOUNG M ENS
CLOTHINCZ nncl l7L'RNlSHlNC'S
Styled Right-Prie ed Rlght
AND HIS Satisfaction Guaranteed
0FChCSTFC'1 Lorenz f- Hunter
504 MAIN STREET PHONE 349 408 MAIN STREET
Sales and Service
Seventh and Walnut Streets and
244 Main Street
the Success ofthe Social Season
New things are constantly popping up
on the social calendar. Charm is the
never-ending road. Be in the lime-
light of fashion.
Dagley Beauty Parlor
The Senter Clothing
We Are YVell Prepared to Serve You
Our stock consists of all well known
merchandise. Clothcraft and Hyde
Suits for young men in all the
wanted models. Sincere and Mack
Shirts. Berg' and Portis Hats.
436W Main Street PHONE 46 All Prices Consistent VVith Quality
Congratulations, Seniors SALES
Palardy Typewriter 7 .iw
TX PEIX RITERS WILLYS
O H ei C lei M4 O. Bretzlus Motor
5 HOME BUILDING PHONE 671
We Have Our Own Cleaning Plant
Corner Third and Pine Streets
YOU NYILI. BE MILES AHEAD
To Come To
618 MAIN STREET
J. C. Penney Co.
Cosliocton's Economy Center
341 MAIN STREET
Vapor and Hot Water Heating
-Iobbing a Specialty
142 Hickory Street, Coshocton, Ohio
GLENN HAMILTON, Mgr.
MICATS :md X'Ii1ili'l'.Xl3l.liS
Corner Pine and Seventh Streets
The Gas Co.
536 MAIN STREET
Orivinal Cut Rate Drug Store
Week Days, 8 a. ni. to 10 p. m.
Sundays, 9 a. m. to 12 ni., 4 p. m. to 9 p. m
PHONE YOUR WANTS
With Registered Man on Duly
523 MAIN ST. 234 MAIN FT.
For the lintire Family
at Lowest Prices
Big Shoe Store
409 MAIN STREET
MICIXIO TO: ALI, RIQADERS
RIC: YOUR Cl,O'l'llliS
Our theme is Progress : Our best efforts are Quality : Our
most cherished ideal is your Good Will.
VVe choose our merchandise with an eye to your critical taste,
and always insistent upon bringing you the finest fabrics ob-
Farm Bureau lnsurance
l.lFE V FIRE
C. HAROLD PRESTON
WILMER A. SALRIN
133 South Third Street PHONE 152
Bells Home Store
518 MAIN STREET
XX'2lSl'16l'S : Refrigerzitors : Sweepers
Radio : Whllpapei'
lDilliarn's Auto Bodq
Specialists in Auto Bodies
228 North Fifth Street, Coshocton, Ohio
Class of H37 "
We hope this is only the first of your
Big Years-with many more to come.
We'1l be Watching you with Wishes for
a lot of success.
JEWELERS 1 oPToME'rR1sTs
St. Clair Realtu
S. L. ST, CLAIR .,.........,,.,..,.... Broker
C. C. DAWSON ..............,,,. Salesman
MARGARET ST. CLAIR..Sec1'etary
Fon Disrinoriviz CANDIES
Home Canclu Co.
Quality, Courtesy, Service
109 SOUTH SIXTH STREET
WALNUT and CAMBRIDGE
Gallimore and l..ane's
543 MAIN STREET
C. H. Kokensparger
J' J. Your Dodge and Plymouth Dealer
Chmclricll Tires : SiIlClZli1' Gasoline
Spic and pan
CUl.L'Ml1l,X DL' PUNT X
SL'l'liR C'I.liA-XNIQR 'l'RlCl.liNIi 1
1:12 MAIN STR!-:ICT PHONE 649
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D-LITE BAKERY PROD KCTS
COMPLIMENTS OF Eat "D-Lite" and he Delightecl
Haller and Daniels Pafflsh Baking
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
Darling's Sinclair QEIII1flfH11,Z
Corner Eleventh and Walnut Streets PHONE 69
Qilllx 0 Learn How to Bowl!
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BOQL SPORT EoR MEN AND VVOMEN
BONVL For Health
BOWL For Real Exercise
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INSTRUCTIVE! ENTERTAINING! AMAZING! ,
Marathon Recreation 4
CHACOS BROS. AMUSEMENT CO. X
133 South Sixth Street 4' H
COSHOCTON, OHIO '
For Quality and Efficient
Finance Co. Cpperman S
S H O li S H O P
112 South Sixth Street
531 Main Street
SlllCl.l. HASOIJNIC and OIL
at All Shell Stations The llest Place For Toys
The Hartley Co,
Service With a Smile
607 Main Street Phone
General Electric Refrigerators
L'OMl'l.li'l'li CQICNIQRAI. lil.liC'l'RlC APPLIANCES
lilectric Ranges, Water Heaters. Dishwashers, Disposals,
Ironcrs, litc. General Hardware
FOR EVERY OCCASION
'Tis true yuu can find Shoes priced
the same tnever Imverb IIUT there
is Z1 IIIQST in everytllingx
422 Main Street, Coshocton, Chio
Young Mews Shop
TASTY S,-XNDXYICHIQS 2 SUNDAICS : IJIiI,ICIOL'S SODIXS
MALTIQD IXIILIQS : RICFRESHIXG DRINKS
We Pride Ourselves in Serving Only the Best
in the Most Sanitary Manner
"The BEST at its IZIZST for the REST"
J J X 1 X Protect and Beautify Your Home with
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l i e , A 1 SOLD BY
' h is R. H. Finnell SL Sons
2' W ' - l 121 S. Sixth St. Phone 6 Coshocton, Oh o
130 S. SIXTH STREET
YICS SIR! SINCE 1876 W 3 QQ: I Q
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We have carried the most complete i3 k
line of Athletic Equipment and hard- lg ,
ware items in southeastern Ohio. We xg. I l
specialize in luggage which makes a 2- j' Q
very useful graduation present. h
You can get what you want X
when you want it at
The Glossman Hardware
The "New Ray"-The New Nl 'lx
No llflzichine-No Wfires
PHONE 610 TO INQUIRE
l'IERMANliN'l'S, 352.00 to EFS OO
QEND PERMANENTS, 351.50 UPJ
628 Main Street
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fAlphabetically, According to Amount of Contribution!
American Art Works Carl Patterson
49 0 O 49 49
Charles R. Frederickson W Milf? Cl Ely
Gleason Lumber Company Hoslck S
Ohio Power Company
Buckeye Clothing Company
Dr. Paul Harner
Dr. A. P. Magness
Novelty Advertising Company
Robertson's Drug Store
Dr. J. G. Smailes
A. J. Stewart
Wimmer and Arnold
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"Talking Through My Hat"
SHARLEY ANN ANTISDEL
"P. S. I Love You"
DOROTHY M. ARONHALT
"There's Yoo Hoo in Your Eyes"
"In My Country That Means Love"
"In Your Own Quiet Way"
" That's How Virginia Began"
"You're So Darn Charming"
JOAN L. BARTHOLOW
'Painting the Clouds With Sunshine"
IRIS IRENE BESST
"Love's Young Dream"
Whistle and Blow Your Blues Away"
"It Happened in Chicago"
"Keep That Twinkle in Your Eye"
"Miss Brown To You"
HELEN JANE BUKER
NOBLE E. BURGER
"We Were So Young"
JUNIOR LLOYD BURT
"Just to Live Awhile and Dream"
"I Wake Up Smiling"
"Sing Something Simple"
FRANCES E. CARNAHAN
"The Lady in Red"
"Sweetheart ol My Campfire Days"
"Papa Treetop Tall"
HELEN RUTH CLARK
"Too Much Imagination"
"Smile At Me"
RHEA MAE CLARK
"A Million Dollar Baby
From a Five and Ten Cent Store"
"You Don't Love Right"
JEAN R. CRAWFORD
"Shall We Dance"
"One Night in Monte Carlo"
"It's the Gypsy in Me"
The Gentleman Obviously Doesn't Believe
in Making Love"
J. MARION DAVIS
"Then I Could Forget You"
"It's Funny to Everyone But Me"
"Why Shouldn't I"
"Play, Orchestra, Play"
"Life Is a Song"
"Lady Known as Lulu"
TWILA M. FISHER
"Gee, But You're Swell"
"Don't Bring Lulu"
"Tell Me I'm Wrong"
"A Little Rendezvous in Honolulu"
"Cheer Leader, Charlie"
CHARLES WILLIAM GILL
"Footloose and Fancy Free"
"Who But You"
WILLIAM S. GRAHAM
"Rhythm in My Bones"
LA VERNE GRAY
"May I Have the Next Romance With You"
"You're An Angel"
"I Ask Not Who You Are"
ERNEST L. GRUBBS
"Lost in My Dreams"
"A Lazy Day in the Sun"
On a Sunday Afternoon"
"Time Will Tell"
ELLA LOUISE HARGROVE
"Old Man Rhythm"
"You've Been Taking Lessons in Love"
"If They Feel Like a War
Let Them Keep It Over There"
"Lovely To Look At"
DOROTHY JUNE HENDERSON
"One Never Knows Does One"
"Only a Rose"
"Easy Come, Easy Go"
BETTY E. HOSFELT
"Seein' Is Believin"'
"Why Do They Call It Gay Paree"
'1 Learned About Women Ffgm Here "Wotcha' Gonna Do When There Ain't No S
ALLEN DAY HAROLD
'I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze" "Thurs LifEI1Ng,igE
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"A Woman Has the Right To Change He
"Somehow I Knew"
"There's No Substitute For You"
"Oh, I Don't Know"
"The Simple Things in Life"
"Quand Tu Chantes"
"What ,Are Your Intentions"
ROLLIN E. LUMM
"Just Once Too Often"
MARY EDITH MARTIN
"Please Keep Me in Your Dreams"
ROBERT R. McCLAIN
"I'll Always Be in Love With You"
"Let It Be Me"
"Short and Sweet"
"I- Like That Face Your Wearing"
"It's All So New To Me"
"Lulu's Back in Town"
"Pm Running Around in Circles"
"Fm Living in a Great Big Way"
"As Long As I Live"
BETTY I. NELDON
"I'm a Little Moon Mad"
"Who Walks In When I Walk Out"
GERTRUDE E. PARKS
"l'll Bet You Tell That To All the Boys"
"Little Man You've Had a Busy Day"
"Fm Glad I Waited"
WILLIAM D, PATTERSON
"I Was Lucky"
"Trouble Don't Like Music"
"You Fit Into the Picture"
"I Don't Want To Make History"
ROBERT H. POPHAM
"He's a Humdingern
r M ind"
SUSIE RANDLES .
"Unsophisticated Sue" '
RUTH EILEEN ROBERTS
"Your Eyes Have Told Me"
RUTH ELEANOR ROBERTS
"Will Wonders Never Cease"
"Near and Yet So Far"
"Sweet, Is the Word For You"
"You're the Tops"
MARGARET L. ROSS
"I Think You're Wonderful" I
"Loajin' Time" -
MARY E. SALVAGE
"Fit As a Fiddle"
"Without a Word of Warning"
"Youfve Got To Be a Football Hero
LOIS JEANNE SHEPLER
"Wouldn't I Be a Wonder"
"I'm Lost For Words"
CARL SIEGRIST, Jr.
"A Mile a Minute"
WILLIAM DALE SPEAKS
"Sweet and Slow"
LE ROMA SULCER
"The Guy From the Isle of Capri"
CHARLES R. SWIHART
DAVE G. THAXTON
"Love 'em and Leave 'em"
ROBERT H. THOMPKINS
'Take a Number From One to Ten"
"Every Little Moment"
ALEX R. TISONYAI
"When My Dream Boat Comes Home'
LOIS ELAINE TROTTMAN
"Because It's Love"'
"Ain't Ya Glad"
TOM C. WESTFALL
"The Meanest Man in Town"
"Our Little Girl"
BETTY LEE WHEELER
"Believe It Beloved"
"In a Soda Fountain Mirror"
MARGARET ELLEN WILSON
"You're the Cream in My Coffee"
MARY MARGARET WILSON
"Easy To Love"
"Oh! Me! Oh! My! Oh! You!"
JEAN E. WOLFE
"Just Picture Me Without You"
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