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Page 10 text:
TOMAHAVVK EDITORIAL STAFF
Top Row: Richard Conard, Nancy Turner, Zoe Burrell, Patsy Rice, Roger Payne.
Second Row: Patricia Carroll, Marilyn Casey.
Third Row: Doris Wolfe, Nancy Rice, Beverly Boal, Josephine Gross, Mr. McQueen
TOMAHAWK BUSINESS STAFF
Top Row: Duane Paisley, Lowell Heinke, Jim Reiss,
Second Row: Don Sturtz, Max Olinger.
Bottom Row: Fld Jacobs, Mr. McQueen, Bob Westfall.
Page 12 text:
CHARLES HIGGINS JANICE ELY
"Deeds: not words."
Tom Tom Staff 12: Chemistry
Club 11: Jr. Choir 9: Senior
Choir 10, 11, 12: Class Oiiicer
Pres. 12: College Club 12: Hi-
Y 10, 11, 12: Pres. 12: Library
Board 11: Pres. 11: Perfect At-
tendance 10: Latin Club 10:
Prince of Peace 11. 12: Pub-
licity Club 10, 11, 123 Scholar-
ship Team 11: Class Play 12:
Student Council 12: Football Jr.
Varsity 10, 11: National Honor
"She is little but oh4!"
Biology Club 10: Booster Club
12: Chemistry Club 12: Sec. 12:
Jr. Choir 9, 10: Sr. Choir 11.
12: Class Officer 11, 12: Sec. 11:
Treas. 12: College Club 12:
Treas. 12: F.H.A. 11: G.A.A. 9,
10, 11, 12: Y-Teens 9, 10, 11, 12:
Pin Wearers 11, 12: Latin Club
10: Publiciay Club 10, 11, 12:
Dramatics Club 11, 123 Schglgr-
ship Team 10. 11 I Class Play 12:
Student Council 11. 12: Na-
tional Honor Society 12.
THOMAS SMAILES NATALIE WATSON
"A small but mighty man is
A.V.S. 9, 10: Biology Club 10:
Vice Pres. 10: Class Officer,
Vice Pres. 12: College Club 12:
Pres. 12: Hi-Y 11, 121 Sec. 12:
Perfect Attendance 11: Latin
Club 10: Class Play 12: Stu-
dent Council 11, 12: Jr. Var-
sity Basketball Manager 10:
Basketball Varsity Manager 11:
Football Jr. Varsity Manager
10: Intramural Basketball 9. 10.
11: Freshman Basketball Team
"Society is the happiness of
Biology Club 10: Class Officer
12: Sec. 12: Drum Majorette
11.3123 G.A.A. 9. 10. 11. 12
Vice Pres. 11: F.H.A. 9, 10: Y-
Teens 9, 10, 11, 12: Homecom-
ing Attendant 12: Perfect At
tendance 9. 10: Latin Club 11:
Publicity Club 11, 12: Dramat-
ics Club 12: Class Play 12:
Student Council 9, 12.
Remember 'way back in '45 when Mr. Lybarger christened the newest batch of
"Freshies" the "Gold-Diggers" and the "Forty-Niners"? On the following pages
you'll see the Class of '49 as honored seniors. But, how about a look at the years
that helped in their development?
In September, 1945, we entered as the usual crop of "greenhorns." We elected
Ross Corder as president, and like all freshmen, we stayed out of the limelight.
Come another fall and we knew a little more about this business of being high
school students. We elected Ross Corder for a second term, and began to make our-
The following September we arrived as upper classmen. With the election of
Duane Paisley we were 05 and the Juniors came forth in Prince of Peace, golf, foot-
ball, basketball, art, music and scholarship.
This year we entered C. H. S. feeling very strange indeed, about being in the
senior end of the upper hall. For days we wandered around finding ourselves look-
ing for members of the Class of '48. But we soon got accustomed to being left with
this job- of being seniors. Now, it's almost all over and to you, the seniors of the fu-
ture, we bequeath the honor of Coshocton High School, and we hope that you will
add to this glory in the days and years to come.
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