Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)

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TRUJH September 3, l94O, marked his auf spicious beginning a bewildered soul, wandering dazedly through the corridors with a crumpled class schedule clutched in his hand. Story has it,on the opening day he roamed about looking for his first class - - he just couldn't seem to find the room. And by the time he found the office to be reinformed, the class was over, anyway - - but he learned, and he progressed during that year . . . Remember! That was the year Mile ler came out with "Pennsylvania 5500" and "Pompton Turnpike" . . . the year to inaugurate the new school building, and the new band uniforms, and the new hall-host sys- tem. That was the year "Red" Hoelscher, Marian Sorenson, and "Nita" Evans headed the class . . . the year the football team came through victoriously with eight gains and one loss. Remember the "Beat Fostoria" bonfire held in the Rogue fats before the game. . . The juniors presented the comedy-play "That Girl Patsy" and the Dimwitty family was introduced over the P. A. sys- tern. . . The kids invaded Weckerf Qey's and took it by storm and made lf their official hang-out. Tax-stamp collecting was intensified, with cheer leaders' suits as the goal. . . The flu epidemic created an unexpected va- cation. . . "Firefly" was given as the operetta and the seniors selected the play, "Wings of The Morning." . . Then, cf course, came the lunior- Senior Prom and the commencement exercises and the baccalaureate service . . . another class departed. September 7, l94l, arrived and found him at the half-way point - - between the beginning and the ends ing. . . That was the year Tom Shaffer, Nan Montgomery, and lohn FINDLAY SENIOR HI Barnes assumed helmsmenship of the aiass. . . Mr. Trivella and Miss Kieffer Joined the staff. . . Two new courses, world lit. and co-op selling, were introduced. . . The year "Chat- tanooga Choo-Choo" and "l Know Why" andthe "Hat" became famous. . . . lohn Rooney and Emmy Shuck were chosen heads of the Student Council, and Tom Fassett and Mary Ehrick were instant hits in the mad- cap performance, "The Sunshine Twins." . . The football team won second place in the Buckeye League, with seven wins, one tie, and only one drop. . . Miss Mills, a former math teacher, met with a fatal train accident. . . That was the year the laps dropped messages of destruc- tion over Pearl Harbor and the world became difficult and troubled for everyone - - so began air-raid drills, and gym classes became first-aid ciasses. . . Findlay inducted a radio f f r R r Af' . .V 7 ' - , ts ,- .r 'QC 5 . J., 1. ...Q 15,w- sweet ,ff A4 ... rr - . M 3,,'jg, f ft. My .3 y ,ig GH stationeWFlN-and the "Teen-Tatt- ler" was destined to become big time. . . Hunting season came and went. . . There was heart-panic among the girls - - Ronald Coleman, Spencer Tracy, and loe E, Brown all reported in Hancock county. . . "Bed Mill" was chosen as the operetta and the speech department presented, "Mrs. O'Learey's Cow." . . The Blue and Gold conducted a school-wide poll and Nadine Pitman and Ed Brewer were selected as the two most likely to succeed. . . The basket- ball team won recognition tor su- perb skill in playing. . .The tax-stamp drive stimulated by promises of a chime and echo unit for the organ. . . . Then, of course, came the junior- Senior Prom and the Commencement exercises and the Baccalaureate serv- ice - - another class departed. The milestone ot the beginning of the end was September 8, l942. . . That was the year he became the counselor tor the sophies . . . the year his problem for the tuture loomed more vivid, more startingly real. . .That was the year Mary Mueller was appointed editor ot the Blue and Gold and elected president ot the Student Council. . . The year Miller featured "At Last" and "Ser- enade in Blue". . . "Meri" went out of circulation and "Sophie" was championed as No. l glamour girl. . . . The juniors produced the play "june Mad." . . Bationed commodi- ties - - especially gas - - excited com- ments pro and con. . . A new pre- tlight course introduced and the Vic- tory Corps program begun and model airplanes built by the students. , . Marian Sorenson became president ot the National Honor Society. . . The jeep club was formed to insti- gate sale ot war bonds and stamps and the dratt began to take boys SCHOCL, FINDLAY, OHIO even ot high school age .... The seniors varied their schedules with changes in the scholastic program - - math and gym were empha- sized. . . Betty Dietsch ranked highest in the school in the D. A. R. Test. . . Mr. Kuhns composed the alma mater song. . . Senior High played host to all other city schools and together they presented the pageant, "Free Men." . . The seniors presented the hit, "The Green Vine." . . A remark- able season of games played by the basketball team, with eleven wins and five losses. . . With tour wins, one tie, and tour losses, the football team took their well-earned share of glory. . . And then, of course, came the junior-Senior Prom and Com- mencement exercises and the Bac- calaureate services - - but this time it was not just another class depart- ing - - it was OUR class. N- . Ill gn ll 'll nn, THREE FOUR G R CONSTIEN Principal M Se Ohio State University F. L. KINLEY, Superintendent B. SC. Heidelberg M. A. Ohio State University A. B. 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I ' . e rt ' 'et I I .L . f .. w H ' room ' ' t A If ' . .. r VERA VAN WORMER Commerctal Course Vtce Presrdent of senror hom: Manager of concessions Corrtdor Host RICHARD VARN ER General Course H1 Y Football HOWARD WALKER Sctentrtrc Course Chotr two years DELORES WALTERS Commercral Course Chorr three years IOHN WARNER College Preparatory Course NORMA WEAVER College Preparatory Course Schclarshrp team for Enqhsh a Natronal Honor Socrety Student Councll Secretary of 1un1or home room Cholr three years Ensemble two years EUGENIA WEIGER College Preparatory Course tTransferred from Bay Vrllag Gxrl Reserves RICHARD WEISSLING Comme-rcral Course Student Councrl MARCINE WELLS General Course BILL WILLIAMS Commercial Course S udent Counctl Concessrons IEANETTE WILSON College Preparatory Coz rse Grrl Reserves Presrdent of sophomore horn Nattonal Honor Socr y Semor Advtser MERRY WINTERS General Course G A A BETTY WOLFE Commercral Course Atd rn prrnctpal s ottrce IOHN CULLER Auto Mechamcs Course HERALD DEHAYS Automotrve Course Red Cross Club LEROY DEHAYS Automottve Course Red Cross Club no I n Spanrsn DOIN ROLLAND GREEN Automotrve Course Automotlve Club Red Cross Club Secretary of senror 'torn roo RAY HAUGH Automotrve Course Automotrve Club Red Cross Club IACK HOLMES Auto Mechanrcs Course ROBERT MARVIN Automotive Course Automotrve Club Red Cross Club WILLIAM PRESSNELL Automotrve Course Automotwe Club H1 Y sophomore Student Councll sen o Secretary ot tumor home oorr DWIGHT SMITH Automotrve Course Red Cross Club WILLIAM WILLIAMS Auto Mechanics Cours Automotrve Club RAYMOND CURRIE Auto Mechamcs Course IACK DUNN Macmne Shop Course KENNETH LENTZ Machme Shop Course Student Council STANLEY MORRIS Machme Shop Course Red Cross Club Student Council GERALD NEWCOMER Machzne Trades Course V1cePres1dent of rumor home room Presrdent ot senror home roor' ROBERT OUAIL Machme Trades Course Secretary ot sen1or home RICHARD STRAIT Machzne Trades Course Red Cross Club Student Council EDWIN WARD Maclnne Trades Coarse HAROLD YOUNG Machme Shop Course Red Cross Club Manager of semor Horne oo AUTOMOTIVE AND MACHINE SHOP MR. LAWRENCE, MR. STEWART, MR. PoRTER, AND MR. SCRMUNK How lffW. Pressrieil, H. Opioii, GT Newcomer, H. Green, L. H. DeH:zys W. Vfiiiioms. Row Zfl. Dunn, H. Younq, H. Currie, S. Morris, H. DeHoys, H. Siroii How 3-E. Word, H. Semier, I. Holmes, D. Smith, I. Caller, H. Marvin 5 ef we 1- l1S lL VUICE UP CENTRAL HIGH Had Real Troubles 111 Frrst Edltlun Back 111 25 Although the exact date IS not known we do know that the hrstory of the Blue and Gold begms some t1rne back 1n lanuary l925 Three br1ght boys Ralph Saltz R1chard l-lolhngton and Wrllard Cole got the 1dea for a newspaper ataH1 Y r'1eet1ng Burton Houseman secretary of the Y M C A and sponsor of the H1 Y cluo at that t1me told the boys that the1r Y work was COITIIHQ along f1ne but that they really should do sorneth1ng that would be a serv1ce to the school Frrst Gtfrce ls Bank Room Hmhard Holl1ngton OT1QlIlGl9d the 1dea of a school newspaper and per suaded h1s father to buy th paper for the f1TSl ed1t1on R1 h 1rd s fath r also per11tted the boys to work at n1ghts 1n a pack room 1n the ba k bu11d1ng ln th1s r or' he boys or gamzed the1r staff They made R1ch ard Hollmgton ed1tor1n ch1ef he ap pornted Ralph Saltz and Wrllard Cole ass1stant ed1tors v the p ys began t WTI er c py re N snt nt rse 1'1 V1 'tered 1t tht e C PING oy Sem l-l 3 Sch the b yS wrote 1r1 the1r own stye about the news th t they hfa gath ered M153 Eth Schatter who worked 111 h bank helped to fold the papers and get the rnult1graph eady for the lead tyr e that had t e setup p1ece ry r1ee At r work1ng un 1l 2 UO a m one morn 1ng the 9d1lOfS foundthe 1 selves run 11ng out of type and copy The next d y they asked a few of the1r fr1ends f r ontr1b1,to s f r the paper and olved the type shortage by engag 1ng a prrnter on West Lrma Street to pr1nt the1r paper on h1s hand press The next Sunday the staff of 'ne future pa er to be called The V ce of Central H1 worked for TIVS h rp the pr1nt shop and then ran typ At the moment th1ngs lo pretty dark The s1tuat1or1 v as sum ned up thus No type paper There was only one th1n1 for the would be ed1tors to do emo that was to go to P ls Kmley pr nc1 pal of Fmdlay Hrgh School at tha l1I'Il9 and explam the1r d1ff1cu 18 to l'11IU Up unt1l th1s t11 IQ none of the s hool OlllCIfllb and few o the alt d nts kn w anythmg ab ,1 th1 a venture 'When R1chard a1ae Ratph and W1llard told Mr K 3. about the newspaper h h fr a ew 111nue ana asce boys what they mtenaed to ao boys explamed that they want a get ba k the money that had e '1 out 1nto 1t and asked pern'11ss1on t ge to the Repubhcan Cour1er and what uld be aone Co JTIQF Helps OJ t th Rgftlfxll CVT C ur lt r G rge 3eb1les ajr ys 0 F9 L ost out sa1a they w ula l'1Cv told cll the par ers that haa he carefully folded for the 1ult1gra le The next afternoon the boys rece ve Q1 call from Mr Goebbles l-l t the 1 thrt he had stretched the t1ey had JIVDH 1n as a s could out th rt he would have to son e Th eattors sto foldmg papers long enough to a f w l sses and wr1te more co Paper Turned Over To School Pmally the f1rst ed1t1on of the paper was ael1vered to them When the smoke cl ared away the boys found th th f1rst uncensorcd copy of th 1f'o1ce of Central H1 contarnmg no ea r1as or advert1s1ng had sold 1 hundred CODISS at trve cents ea h l-lavmg proved that there was a a 1ded demand for a newspaper h ea1tor agam called on Mr Krnley Q IG asked to be allow d to turn the pa er over to the school Mr Kmley nted the boys to keep the paper tg themselves but real1zed that s gut a ob even for t es U on 1na11r1ng abo1t the f1 l sat s th paper r K y was surprrsea to f1r a out that r a l 1l s were para the start was n ee dolla s ana f1fty c nts 1'1 An assembly was called l' aper was oh1c1ally turred o the scloool Crm Dedz at1on ln Frst Headlme o he aper was hangea 11 G d Le a KlQl'TDI w ll C s 1 o ID 1 ct 1 1 cur tamed IH a e sch ol news a humor story a som clever puns an v rds fund on Model T heaahne on the front page o ows W ndwa d Garne- tes IN w ,1 Woodward an G1tl:1r1d ay 22 9 filfllf AND GCLD TT.' lT. 1T ati? 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Y R X .SJ ax, pe, ,E 1 2 y ' M31-ai -fi' ' 5' - 1' S Sv' wr 4- :A ' n '- ' 'Psi .+ ww'A'145' 'fx A' ,Q X9 Q-H I Yfv Rm Q ,WE BASKETBALL TEAM Howl W Lowrence N Srmoson VV House R Krou C Steeqmorr T Tro lc Row 2 R Powell I Prfer N Cholelom R Askorr T Cornell H Koehler R Corbett Howl? M MCDor1old I Cly er I Dovrdsor I Alcm C C Boch rom Cooch Not untll Carl Bachman consented to frll the vacancy of head coach d1d prospects for a football team become evrdent and plans go underway for the 1942 43 season Turnrng out for the ftrst practtce came forty or more boys of wh1ch s1x were lettermen returned from the DFGVIOUS year The Varslty eleven stood as follows Gene Slough co capta1n at halfback pos1t1on b1g Dutch Varner holdrng the ltne as rlght tackle and Ralph Askam left tackle Handsome Iohn Rooney played left guard and Eddre Ouall rrght guard Iohn Barnes held down hrs pos1t1on as fullback wtng posr trons found Red Hoelscher and Iudge Capell Beefy Steegman at block1ng back George Long cen ter and Don Brsh as rtght halfback vv ee ea rm Pl ea l'v Mrdway 1n the season lack Capell broke h1s leg and Norr1s Slmpson took over the Job at end Other mem bers who saw actlon were DICK Slnk hm Bayer Ierry Vossler and Bob Keel The rernalnlng boys were Rob ert Sm1th hm Wrlhams Dean La Rowe Drck Krrk Iack Clymer Ed Rooney I1m Rush Ivan Nessler Bob Babcock Bob Bayer lack Harrtng ton Iohn Marshall Henry Grube and Frank Lyons Managers and framers were DICK Krause Drck Hardy hm DeLesDern1er and hm ox The TroJans debut was a drop playtng Columbus Aqulnas the score readlng 7 6 They retahated at Bowl1ng Green sk1nn1ng the Bobcats 276 and at Fremont wrth the score 136 Confxdent the Troyans Jour uckeye Ateam composed ent1rely of soph omores and Juniors carned Frndlay Hrghs colors through eleven w1ns and four defeats rn the 42 43 season The speedy f1fSt stung composed of Krauss Trask Lawrence Steegman Hause and Stmpson ably supported by Koehler Askam Chatelarn and Capell tr1umphed over the1r oppo nents and carrred away the Buckeye League Champ1onsh1p The frrst three games brought de feat at the hands of Elyna Xenla and Lrma Central but the frrst en counter wrth T1ff1n Iumor Order mdrcated a turn1ng pomt rn the sea son From then unttl the season send the Troran s were v1ctor1ous wtth the exceptron of a drop to Iumor Order late In the season on the1r small floor Fmdlays 550 po1nts to the1r op ponent s 447 made a team shot average of 27 per cent on freld goals and 53 per cent on fouls Thts also gave the Trorans an average of 36 po1nts per game the1r opponents Th1s year Coach Carl Bachman 1n augurated a new method of recogn1 t1on for h1gh foul shot and freld goal percentage Medals were awarded to the two players Trask and Steeg man respectwely who tall1ed the hrghest percentages Ted Trask also set a new record 1n Buckeye League scorrng wrth 136 po1nts rn 10 games It IS 1nterest1ng to note that con d1t1ons perm1tt1ng F1ndlay I-hgh s young team w1ll remaln lntact pre sentmg the posslbrhty of mak1ng as good or even better a hard wood rec ord for the com1ng year E3 ea t ea s ' - -, F . ' ' ' ' ' E5 l. ee aa gg LJ ee C: tw a :rr ta i cn rm s . - , . 18 -w . , , ' ' ' ' , , ' 22- ' - ' J . ' ' 36 -4 ' I I I I 29. ' 38 4- " ' 30 , - , - - , ' 30 4- ' Q ' , A I I '- - 26- ' - A - 43 4- ' I I I 1 I - . up v ' , ' , , ' ' - 39 - ' I I ' ' - - 46- ' v n 1 I 1 - I. 1 I I . ' 1 ' - - ' ' ' - 4 34 - ' ' ' ' ' - - - 34 - '- neyed to Trfftn takrng Columbtan l37 Then came the frrst set back 1n three games wtth Toledo Scott the decxslon belng 7 2 the1r favor Slow 1ng down the TroJans lost the game wrth Lrma Central but won the Montpelrer encounter on the re bound The only t1e score was the Iunlor Order game end1ng 7 7 The season closed wrth the annual clash Wllh Fostorla the boys berng de feated by a score of l3 6 In observance of the1r spectacular year w1th the TroJans Gene Slough and Iohn Rooney were chosen mem bers of the All Buckeye team Rolhn Hoelscher and Drck Varner were grven places on the second team and lack Capell recerved honorable mentlon F1ndlay Flndlay F lndlay Frndlay Flndlay Flndlay Fmdlay Frndlay Flndlay F lndlay F lndlay Flndlay Fxndlay F lndlay F1ndlay Elyrra 24 Xenxa 27 Llma Central 49 T1ff1n Iumor Order Llma South 18 Bowl1ng Green 22 Fostor1a 20 T1ff1n Columbran 23 Fremont 3l Bowl1ng Green 27 Kenton 29 Fostorra 21 T1f'f1n Iumor Order 39 Tlf'f1H Columblan 3l Fremont 35 TWENTY THREE TWENTY FOUR rant FOOTBALL TEAM Howl B Hoelscher B Askom B Vorner I Rooney G Long E Ouorl N Slmpson How2 I Vossler I Boyer D Brsh I B I Copell B Keel orrres G Slough C Steeqmorr D Smk FOOTBALL SQUAD B Ask m N Srmpsorr D Blsh C Steegman G Slough I Barnes E OJ rl B Varrxer I Booney G Lonq Bowl P l-loelscher Row 2 L Keller E C Bartletl E Booney I Clymer D Krrk D LaBo I C Wllllams B Smlth we apell B Keel NV B Smk I Bayer I Vossler Row 3 I DeLesDerruer R Hardy I Buslf I Nessler G Babcock B Bayer I Harrmqton I Marshall H Gruke F Lyon R Krause C Leach I Fox The Schools At War Program Although the Schools At War program did not officially start until October 1942 the Findlay City Schools have had such a program organized and in effect since Decem ber l94l Since our schools have been par ticipating 1n the lunior Red Cross Serv1ce Program for a number of years this field quite naturally was the first field of service to be ex tended under the war program Our next step was setting up an organi zation for the sale of war bonds and stamps in the schools We immediately began to educate our teachers and students to the task ahead of us as a part of a gigantic war program This is done by means of staff and student meetings and a series of bulletins issued by the Su perintendent of Schools and the Na tional Defense Committee appointed by him These bulletins dealt with such subiects as the role of th schools in the national emergency obiectives of our national defense program war bonds and stamps organizations and drills c1v1l1an d fense organizations etc Findlay 15 a city of about 22 OOO population lt IS largely a farming community with many retired farm ers and oil workers l1v1ng w1th1n our community itself We have a few industries such as the Master Tire and Rubber Company the National Refining Company Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company Smith Brothers Manufacturing Company Remmg ton Arms Manufacturing Company Hancock Bnck 61 Tile Company and the main offices of The Ohio Oil Company Many of these plants are now doing war production work We have twelve schools one schools and nine elementary schools with a total enrollment of 3500 for the current school year Our students have been intensely interested in our Schools At War program and are to be congratulated on the fine piece of work they are doing It speaks Well for the citizens of tomorrow TWENTY FIVE , I I I I I - I I I - 1 v L 1 ' ' I I .' V . I f Y I 1 . ' e ' ' ' ' I I I - - I ' ' I ' I Iuf11OfIReId Cross' Sclvuqeg AIU Rmd senior high school, two junior high . . . Q- ' - I I I I , . - . ' I ' ' - - - TVVEIN Y QIX MEIN AND MACHINES Wlth the rncreostnq oe ond tor workers tn wc dustrres ond the mcreose pporttdntres for orrls tn 1 odstry the duto'not1ve on ochrne shop courses ore ottroctmq rnore students For he trrst trme slnce the shops were lnstolled rn the ne J ooorters qrrls ore tncluded m the odtornotrve closs os requldrly enrolled members rn the expectotron thot upon qroduotton they may serve m Wor rndustry The mdchtne shop courses are bernq put to very proctr Col opplt otton rn the Work they ore dornq rn rndkmq sorne ports for one of the locol wor plonts The courses not only ore oherlnq d very necessory trcnnrnq for the penod rn whtch we lrve but they ore also openrnq up new oppor tunrtres to more ond more students looth boys ond q1rls whose tnterests lte olonq me chomcol ltnes Reloted trom rnq rn theory moth ond s rence os Well os rnonlpu lot1ve skrlls drowrnq ond sdtety ore touqht rn outo rr1ecl'1on1cs ond ntochme shore fCTCl G T 4.1 xr 'YN l l fi - s .A C 1 1 ,, .. ' ,g 1 A vm v-vw ' .41 Y A . . s '7 .f 4 V 1 , rr . 1 4 4- . .A . . - Y . , . , , , A. , ,- so - , , . - A, p to . t STUDENTS TODAY SCIENTISTS TOMORROW' The Biology department is the door woy through which the scientifically minded student enters the held ot science in Findlay Senior High School Here he soon leorns to teel ot horre with snakes ond bugs toods ond frogs humdn onotomy and Vitdmins dino sdurs ond plonts He goes on field trios Gnd observes nolture in the row he leorns breeding ot dnimdls ond the lite story of the polliwogs All ot this ond more he does in his sophomore yeor From Biology to Chemistry while quite cr step in subiect rndtter is not so greot tor the boy or girl who hos ocquired the scientific attitude in Biology ond is now reddy for test tubes ond tormuloe goses thot dnnoy him hold him in their spell But not dll Chemistry students gre hedded tor the upper redches ot science For those who desire d work 1ng knowledge ot every doy chemist y there hos been developed d course in Household Science As cr senior he studies electricity rddio magnetism kinds of energy He is slowly equipping himself with tirst hand knowledge needed by tuture en gineers pilots scientists or mechanics His obility to cope with levers pulleys ond inclined slides is ledrned by dc tuorl contoct with these things He leorns by doing too TWENTY SEVEN Experiments with liquids, solids ond ' - ' 1' TVJENTY EIGHT SHIVE Shrve where can we get a lrght bulb? Can we use th1s ladder SIFIIVSQ Its O K wrth h1m but wlll you help us? Morn1ng noon and n1ght Shlve IS called upon Th1s 1S not 1n h1s regular work I-Ie doesnt have to help you but he does Most students meet Mr Shrvely ln the begmmng of the1r sophomore year They know h1m before they know the faculty and he knows them too He always says hello and has some l1ttle secret Joke to Jlbe you You love 1t tool Charles Lemuel Shlvely deserves to be 1n th1s record because he IS so frlendly INDUSTRIAL ARTS You can hardly say that the Indus tr1al Arts Department goes at 1ts work wtth hammer and tongs but 1t certa1nly does w1th hammer and natl lathe and saw Durlng the school year 1942 43 these classes have not only carrled on thelr requ1red Work and 1nd1v1dual pro Jects but have worked for the Red Cross and the C1V1l1OH Defense Councll as well In the latter case Industr1a1 Arts turned out the bllly clubs tor the Aux1l1ary Pohce Corps In addltron there has been added a Model Atrplane D1v1s1on Early 1D the year tn answer to a request from the Government to the schools a group of boys volunteered to bulld model planes These planes eventually serve var1ous needs but pr1mar11y are used 1n tra1n1ng a1rplane spotters and others whose SSIVICG demands an expert knowledge of plane types PWM ,iwsw ,mqn 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 In dw. i, . l 1 A . , , ' ,-.umn,11anw'f0'5f" 11- 1 1 1 1 11 . . 1 V of ' - 11 11 . 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CYNVIBZ-XLS AIND l-HGH C S The Chorr rs one ot the orqanrzattons of Whtch the school IS Justly proud No chapel rs complete unless rt IS pre ented aqatnst the choral backaround of the a capella chorr Not only aoes rt turnrsh rnusrc whlch adds to the enroy rnent ot the enttre student body but 1t enrrches the rnustcal apprectatron of all who hear rt No one who has at t nded a football qarne rn recent years has farled to be rrnpressed wrth the steady development of the band No qarne 1S corn plete W thout tts evolutrons and the sttrrrnq musrc ot rts marchtnq sonas l-low ever th ban at t e stadrum or at basketball aarnes rs but one phase ot tts actrvrty One of the hrah spots ot our entrre as sernbly proqrarns rs the appearance of the band under the drrectron of G Austrn Kuhns Whom every student rnrsses One other rnusrcal or qanlzatron Whtch rs n rnseparable part of the mustc of the school IS the orchestra Ltlce the bandr has been rncreased IH srze durtnq recent years lr years past 1ts appearance at plays and other publrc entertarnrnents has pro x ded ust the rraht rnusrca ba lcaracrnd TWENTY NINE , I v W e. Q i . . -, e d h- , , . ' ' ' ' a.. ' W . . I . A 7 . 't J ' ' I 1 c '. a, schoof are profiting from this great cuftural heritage The wisdom of the ages is in our library. It is a pleasure to lcnow that students in our "Vote For Onen Democracy must be experienced as well as studied. Some years ago the History Department introduced model elections. Timed to coincide with the state and national elections, they were carried out with the same procedure as is used in the adult elections, .using sample ballots. They not only give the students a chance to mark such a bal- lot but at the same time they serve as a measure of political opinion within the student body. Under the direction of the History Department the building was divided into wards and precincts approximating those of the city. Student boards ot election were set up with every polling place manned by student help. Tabu- lating the results was carried out in a manner similar to that officially used. HIRTY ONE THIRTY-TWO ANNUAL STAFF Seated B Thomas H Dear P Demsorr R Frsher T Fa sett C L SIT' N Prtrnarr N Bachrnarr I Capell Standmq P Iohrxson G Arnold R Peterson M I Crawhs A C ok M FeT1 Make Up Siaf! RUTH FISHER PATRICIA DENISON HELEN DEAR Art Staff PATRICIA HAMILTON PEGGY CURRIE PHYLLIS IOHNSON NADINE P HGHIIITOU Edztor ToM FASSETT CoLA LEE SIM PITMAN NCRMA Assocrate Edrtors B Feature Edrtor Io SHULL Typrsts MARY JANE CRAWPIS MARGARET FELL ALICE Coorc ACHMAN Busmess Staff BILL THOMAS TACK CAPELL GEORGE ARNOLD Photographers DICK PETERsoN TACK CHAPMAN UDIORQ 31 L , UD D rfff Nw Tkinherclassmen Spomofs R SW TZ Q PR Q X 45 S30 ov? D LQHL C lx, P ei nent Mu ,A 9 ewzde HW 2 , "' Q 'Q . 'Sf n . -- 0 ' u 1 M 2 , . 1 x , Y 1 41 5' 5 -A A ' fl .Q X44 ' f . G. :CK ' 5 :mor M. FASSET 1' VX. lf,-xii. I . FFICE. S Pre-slienf .A ..L'5r:5'! YfjL'?3fpfQ.Jl'i9Il' SICK GAPBETT S-3: '2fl,1f' .If 1.13151 R :3T:iE1 N5 1' H FFAE ,S Pr if BCE S V159-Q r r mr- C , . Q25 fx SQ,'f5"lIQ' Ars: TwIU?11'f1' Tl-IIE Y FOUR HOME ROOM 4 dr cn e Tluan M ISR DFCIKIIIGF A. A B er I E QGra u IE ern 3 E Vee HOME ROOM 5 fn Orff onnor I- Bun :rc Lam L D011 A Dennis G u I E D I nnalcxe D GI ke Ucrsn D Deuer Q -c rk mlrlsr O er 6 Err wne mr HOME ROOM 6 v 'ne xse ar 16 Fe Iers Feher 1: Evans B Dunham B Gordon Rox G D smqcr H Greqory D Duraln D L Duxes C FLWIU M L Dowmnq H Gearlnc R Gdrkett 5 EWIHQ F x Q B Ernesi B Elsher M Ebert I D xsev Es ery B D cr E rellers I Gohlke EWCA' I G. E-1111111 B. B 1: , R. B 5'CI, A Ezywlpal., I. Bcairlc, I. Br II . B' l.. FCM' Q' N. Eultflr E. -5 ' ., I. . cw s,Iv. L, Eaztsch, I. Eeynz, , L rxde, D, Ang s, B ,51.1:iia:,, I. Arias. Ryu: ? 5. E:n'.1zz'..1"xk, I. AI' :Z M. I. Ad' ns, R .Lys ti' E. Et.t'.'i'.2r. Y. Effie-, .,. 3 , I-.lhjrn ELM' I I. DeLesDern1fI, M. Brown, N. Ccldren D. Cary 1 If-r, If. C' 'I -nfeix, I. O , ., ' k. RCW f H. Eu -Il, If. D ' , , , .. D. ' D, Cal B. Dauqnfrtg V. B Lee, , Q aHa . " R. M. Q N' .r. Ecu' 7 P. Cape, fd. Cfis . . D l , L Cal, V. Clyrner, Eu I I As, . Cram , V Ofgdnsr, M. Cclciz n, . A . Rc .' I M. E. h' r, M, E l' , B. 1' , I .cv ,. . . , . ' , . , , Q 1 R. 1 1 , . y- , . E ' , . . HOME ROOM 7 :hw I I Harrmqton, P. Hoadley, D. Harley B o 1 ettler E H minger, H. He-rrinfgicn, D Qu-J IaE man, M. Iackman, 15.. IGUQS Dm way I Hall Fi. I. Hahn, N. Harfzeil, A 'iofv HU 11, D. Crux.-1 D, Har'rar1f' epic lllflry I' Pd Hmsau HOME ROOM 13 7 1 a H a rH1l1 J rl we X C 9'.f"C IA H1 HOME ROOM 113 IN Mu 5 13d O D a3'Xbsa M 'Iuse.3, jtrfi, K M E. Hall. H IDYIGIXI, f. vCD.f3, O fu D. Ixltfrae-. B. Karrifik, E. May'?s Il M Lyizarq-if XI. Long, M r I. f'1rI, E. I. Ling. F I-ff. flaykefry, D. K 3 I Xfsmzxey' 3, I'.fx.1-fr. O 5 F Nl'llS.TIl I. Myers. H. Nzrm D, 'Urns P Pxtr1e1.', M. ' ri':zx, Il Pzverumr-2 C. Mztrg. . Lf maze. I. Moore. G O. . e'ers3:1 A, Morrison D. f.f:rf2f1 I', I . ,.f:' if if r 91.11, HOME ROOM 211 231- 1. T. fi:.1:.f:.a1Tg:11Cr I. , , M .. i,., -..hp U! , , ,.. V Q. 1 . - . . .w.1:.t 1..yf11, E. s1:11111f,Rs If. RTV 'zf , .4 .. .X Y Y F . IV '!.c.Il4 1, ,. r ' Jf.1, F. f-.. Reps. I. 7.1114-:.1 v ' f' I' . -, 11115. "1'1' I' Qfwhis L svn' ' 21 K HOME ROOM 212 1 'mm :vnu VBIWA C 11 r QI 1 1X lar' S 1 c nmx L 11 118 r LIOME ROOMS 102 V r e O Ga f- rc? A IS, I. I-11j,'.:f7 H, F.f"1.:, I. E. SCC", 'I 511. '. :::.f1:1, fl f4E.1111'. O. f1.e1"f.f-Z. . 1 F . Iwwfff f I,f'E.:z:1as, P. '.'.'e.ifrS, I. In 9 I. TEITIKQSCI. I. 'il-1."-Z, R, '1"cQggmi. "Luv Q I. YQ52 I. Z11:1t1L:z.. , I. II'iX1fhf'1Yf'G I 'ff.':1fr, I. '.'.'gt,:". i, ff. 1 tie 7.'.'1Q R 'il.1Qrris, T. 'N' 1 1- . H w ff I. Y:9:AE14i11cr, E. '.'.' .3 , E-Q. Yale 1 lTLI'C,1", G. '.'.'E11'e, P. '11 -gf E. Ze. 'rrgey N. 'fig rr. 1 - IJ3 f T. la'.'.'f1-1C , J, Off. Berger, O 15 F. Pftezspr, FT. IJf1:1Qej.', E. Stiiri. .K f'::1:, F. Ez.. O. Hatxllri E ' -rf: S. ffgger I. Lzy, Eurrius. f. Hvrc fifil. F. ff3.Lfi,51ri1i, ffardt-.'iCQ1. 9 I. ','.'1..1f1r':s f. Fqller, F. Jref-r. J Si21r'.':ii Q F21. 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Fi THIRTY EIGHT HOME ROOM lU6 Rev l I Martrn M A Massrllo I Lehman tl McDonald I Iumper I Iosephson D lrman How 2 I MacGregor A Iohnson B Kemple I Kruqht M Leeper B Loy T Laube C Lerlerscn L Latham V Lerter D Pownatzhy R Krnq C Kramer Row 3 D Lee G Krnq B Lonq I Marshall C Leach D Kenon R Marmot M Lotland B N' son A McKee l-I Lauwers HOME ROOM 105 Rowl S Montgomery D Nrvrson I Mcrrrscn I Perkrns A Murphy R Powell I Rrtchey Row 2 P Robnolte M Peterson G Ouarl Mcrqer M Rermund B Radahauqh H RGISSIC ROW 3 R Porter I Prfer I McNutt C Mills E Nletzke E Mull M Parks I Oexle P Ossman E Rlker HOME ROOM 104 Howl C Sampson N Saprenza V Snyder G Saul I Shank R Rudolph I Rush l?ow2 L Scott M Snell M Sheller L Shaffer 'C Sheldon D Roberts M I Sowards C Shadley vt Shrmp W Sherbrook I Ryder Row 3 I Rosencrans R Smrth G Smith T Srmon D Schmldt P Shafer B Smrth H Smrth E Schumacher G Schey G Roberts 1 -' l . I U , 1 , . I , . , I . V' I' 1 ' l 1 ' 1 ' A . I , . , . , . , . 'P . 1 . I , . , . ' I ' 1 ' I 1 ' 1 15 r , . , .. . P , , . I A , . , A ' - I A I - ' L. Rice, H. Reploqle, M. Orton, M. Nauman, A 1 7 . , . H , . , . H r '- . , . l , . A , , 4 , . . , . KJ , , HOME ROOM 9 wl A Ward M A Zeller T Trasc Slmmel I Wxsner R I Wolfe I 'W'h1te Row 7 E Vandran R WIQQIHS I Wlfldl C Van Mewter R Yost M Stralt D Sfanfleld A Va Atta F Van San ow 3 R Taylor H 'Wonder 1 'We-hr Vortman Row 4 A Verplatse D Sroub K Vog Sona B Waqqoner M WIS ey D Name-r x, l rom B 'Waxler HOME ROOM 2 How 1 D Casteel F Iolmslon R Wlsrl E Starr D W Enms ow 'W Krmq G A Balncoc Farmer E Wlse I D hamlm I H Smxth V' L Ebersole L Krmq THIHTY NINE I , Ro lw . , . . , . l, I. , 4 L4 H ', ' ' :1 V , . , - 4, . , , , . , . ', 1 , I ' , . . rl , . Y. B I -- . I , . ' ' , M. le, Fl. 7 1 . 'f , , . t , . el ,. . , . ' el , . I , A. def ', 7 . , . , , ' Q-r, R 2--L. 1. ' , . . . lc, R. L. , . . NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY wl I tyes F yon B orton I ocx Cr e M Sorens Thctcher D Loube C Hosler I Beynolds G Bennett How2 H Ioclcrnon M Lyboroer D Bcrrnhort H Corpenter M Lyon I Merten I Buch A Bowman I Wrlson P Wolters E Shelley T Alqe D Ccrrpenter How 9 B Constren M E Hctll I Frsh M I Crowns E Wrttenrneyer N ROW4 I Choprnon M Mueller A Moore C L Srrn B L Greer L A Bowers H Drshon B Hoelscher E Brewer B Gerb M lVfCBT1dG I Keckler I A Pocto The Notronol Honor Socrety of Se ondory Schools was founded by the Notroncrl Assocrotron ot Se onoory School prrncrpols rr' l92l ond dt tl' present there are more than 25ml chcrpters rn every stote rn the unron Mernbershrp IS bosed on scholorshrp servrce leodershrp ond chorocter ln order to be elrqrble to electron students rnust hcrve rncuntcnned cr ch lostrc overotqe ot B srnce the beqrnnrng of the 9th yecrr ond n u t show evrdence ot hdvrnq been ct servrce to the school Cdndrdotes who ouollty dccordrnq tc hese reounrernents then rote eo rt FOR Y D Moses P Hornxlton MEMBER NATIONA L HONOR SOCIETY X f I.. other Uno ore rcred by the tocu ty cn the bosrs ot leddershrp ond chor ccter They crre then ronlced numerr cclly oc r ng the stu e t teacher rdrtlcrnq Frye per cent ot the urnror class rncy be elected rn tlne ond sernester ond lO per cent ct the senrcr clcss 'r the second r ester ot the sern r yeor The errblern of the so rety 1S h keystone ond tlcrrnrnq torch The keystone beors ot rts tour cornersthe let ers C S L S whrch stond for the tc r prrncrples ct rts orconrzotron chcrrocter scholorshrp lecrdershl rd servrce Any ember who wrtn drcrws or rs dropped from the chop ter for vroldtron ct ony ot rts prrncl ples must return he emblem to the chapter Ho . 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