Flushing High School - Litorian Yearbook (Flushing, OH)

 - Class of 1952

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JL R LQ, Fey ' xg, .f . 6,2421 .1 . A L ' , , . . X' , 'ix t I, '.fL'Lw5f,. . 1 ' Q I K ' ' 3 'Q , 7 .P , , - : RA . L If - A If U 'fly 1: 1- WW X ' if f -3 VA gi M 1 I N X 1 V :Ez 'G . , l .N -"1-PNAJAJ ' 1 A A-L 'V' ' . ,N I ' 1 . , .H 4 , ' Q " 52,1 ' h in I 11 Nw: P90 fx-:Af xl9M,...a L,Jf.....rC7-w uc. , Xb-gf 'X 11-Q-if-1J"Q7' 'DQ fi 3 .IWW in-f ,QGWQ F' IA. SENIORS 1 Joella, R1ohard, Maxine, and Allen, 2 Bob, Bobby, and David, 3 Shlrley, Jlmmy, Arnetta, and Frances, 4. Joe, Rex, and Fred, 5. Peesty, Jlmmy, and Jack, 6. Carl, Harold, Donald, and Jinnny, 7. Doris, 8. Donnie, Donald, and Emerson, 9. Richard, 10. lewis, ll. Henry, 12. Ellen, 13. Marjorie, l4.Vear1, 15. Helen. 13 SnNIOR CLA S HISTORY It doesn't seem posslble that nearly twelve year have passed slnce a door opened to a group of small boys nd glrls of S1X, fo b6flU thelr schoollng ln Flushlng Schools wome were happy and gay, others frlght ened and bashful As no t small chlldren qulckly adjust them elves to thelr surroundlngs, so lt was w1th us, and lt w s only 1 few days before we were one happy group Durlng the elght years we were 1n the element ry rades, our class roll was sometlmes laroer and sometlmes smaller than the orlglnal number Those were lmportant years lH our llves We were not only F9CSlVlHg the baslc tralnlng ln our educatlon, but were also learnlnp one of the lmpor tant dutles of a c1t1zen to work and to play together as a group In the fall of l9L8, when we entered hlgh school, we felt just a llttle more mature It there were 13 E1P1S and Mrs Hayes, our faculty was rather unusual that nn our ireshman class 22 boys Wlth Joella Cunard, our presldent and advlser, our partles and Hget together H were events to be remembered by all herr was our cla s advlser AS sophomores we felt a llttle uperlor to the lowly fre hmen, but the 1n tlatlng we handed them was no more than we recelved when we were freshmen As we entered our JHP1OT year, flCh8Pd Bethel was eelected presl dent of the class, and U1Sb Campbell was our advlser Thls w the year e dlsplayed our dramatlc talents 1U our class play, HThe Klsslng Llnkn We were proud that those who partlclpated 1n the play dld thelr parts so well, and that all member helped make lt a success flnanclally And now, as the door lS slowly C1OS1Ug on our last year 1U Flushlng Schools, we have avaln chosen Rlchard Bethel as our pllot nr Rltchey, our councelor, w1ll ald us durlng the year and advlse tho e who may wlsh to ontlnue w1th thelr fonnal educatlon We have spent School thanks to sure there w1ll be we are outslde the to face the future four happy and prof1table years ln rlushlng Hlvh the patlence and understandlng of our teachers am a feellng of sadness rhen we recelve our dlolomas and door of Flushlng school, ready and capable, we hope, Frances Falthful, 1952 11+ W Q v LJ . 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' A . . 6 O 16, 1 ,boJfV 1 .1 o L 0 are a fl publ11I' I' 1 t + o the aov we ave 113 CI ' aorr 1 1 1r relr 11 euting u r ei on th rofd L ccf e 1 :H+ U. 2 tl P J The F1 hmcn, I9 lfave the many good t1m s Lai in our high school s, S s r fe look 1orm1rd . can g t LD01T ala s rin' and then get rid ol t en 'hs Juniors, .e bsque th our class soirit, oun love Jor F1 cs Class 1nd our senior JH eriority nach Senior leaves a personal blft to rthy JUF1nT nc ing he M111 cherish it alzcys Lewis auams, wi l my pipe and unuaed tcb coo to chert Coreland. nichard Bethel, w 11 my riendlirfss a xit t t++7'DOLg a . DdVld Bloor, leave my intfrest in brovnettes to nirbaret Jackaon. I, allen Brokaw, will my unused wall paver cleanel to C.arles I ylor. make better use of it +han I did l, Laxine Brown, w ll xy ability fo tall cortlnuallf nd iv reputation as tie one to whom ey ne bF1U5S their troubles to Sister Shiriev Joella Cunard will my short hair cuts to Cer 1 Artel. James Dunlao, will my 1b1l1ty to stall ior ine in c as. to James Lendon. Donald ickieberr will m fr1en0l manner to SflT10V inper. Y, Y Y I, Vearl Ll6T1oL,JPg, w1ll my shyness to U rbara lolar :ke goco use of it, Barbaray l, Frances Faithful, will my abllit to stay QL1 noer +ry1nP con 1 tnons to Nancy Kacamarek. I, Robert Huffman, will ny breed shoulders to Richard Harris. I, James Hobliok, w11l ly s r1ou5ness to E11 Ciesielka, QYou will find it Jusu like n wi. I, Fred Hughes, will my desk-w Shing ability to Dale VanCuren. CD0 a good job, Dalej, 15 ,gi 1 JZ' Clem' 1 -- ' 1 - '- ' - X A 1 4 , - Lhe clzss of '51 1.aJ o Sound 2'n4 fws ngoej CL mano, oecle 2, 'n, fr. ou ws will :nd bvstfmewt. T . fe ilty ., le' 1 aL- 'Hanks ann :Ayiucfatioi fir th: . 1, 1 gif I , s sfo tag 1 r fi o su ess, and wg, ra 1 'ao it 5 . an Jfry asc. Tf , -os. f. u + J J' 1 , 'mrs 'e Ear ' .f, ' . dvy It 1 'ometh5.v ,1 9, 4' 1 to To the Souhomoros we leave our natienoe in wvitini to he Juniors so the , J . 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F t er 1nd Q 1 Si n J v Wl ' '1 +0 A 1r f mmf merSon I lIS Wlll mv fl1riLnr hbllltv to Shlllpy ,p1x19+t Qlvnnd, l CLAoo PROPHPCY lly Low k1TllHSS, Inc Carson Glty, Nevada July 20, l965 Mr Rex Jan Curen, Manager The Drlve In and Nalk Out Theater Phlladelphl , Penn ylvanla Dear Rex, I have heard that you w1sh some infornatlon about our graduatlng class of 1952 Fortunately I am able to P1V8 you most of the lnformatlon you request, slnce my buslness takes me to all places in the U 3,1 If I don't flnd out from them personally, ln my tr vels, I am lnfonned by my secre tary Maxnre Brown, who seems to know everythlng about everybody, and 1f she doesn't, she dreams lt up Do you remember how close James Dunlap and Henry hnenlec wereo Those two have made qu1te a fortune from a cattle ranch 1D Texas I v1s1ted them only last week, and they showed me some prlze cattle they had purchased from that great cattle dealer, Carl Smlth, who owns a ranch ln Montana some of our former classmates have mide thelr fame 1n the sports world J1m Husarlk 15 now the quarterback on the Cleveland Browns profess1onal football team He lS cons1dered one of the all tlme greats Incldently, he as he thoufht he d1d Bob Huffman 1S the Manager Ol the Plttsburgh oteelers, and J1m hobllck h s orpanlzed a chool, Hfeach Young'uns Young,H to teach llttle klds how to play football He hopes someday to have a team of hls own Also Donald Humphrey 15 a midget, WT6St11Hg promoter I read 1n the newspaper that Fred Hughes 1S holdlng an evangellcal servlce ln Detrolt He was lntervlewed by a newspaper reporter and sa1d that the most lmportant lesson that he had learned so far 1S that you have Hpract1ce what you preach Yesterday, whlle stopping off ln New York, I V1S1tSd the Metropolltan Opera You can lmaglne how surprlsed I was to see Frances althful as the sololst wlth Dorls whlStOH accompanylng her on the plano I understand that they are to leave next month for a command performance on the shlp, 'Queen hary ' Isn't it remarkable how we can sit at home and watch, through our tele v1s1on sets, what lS golng on 1n another part of the country? Why, just the other evenlng, I was watchlng my set and I saw that great col edian, R1CH8Td Bethel The Brokaw MUSIC murderers, led by Allen Brokaw, supplled the muslc and the commercial was done by Lewis Adams, the Off1C1a1 taster for the HEAT EM ALLH Candy Co 17 CC' N " J Q 1. . ' 0 1 Y C . .5 S . , . . 1 . . UD. . A . L ., . , , . Al . 8 . , - A . Q A A T.. . . s . H A . 1 ' . . . 'L . v O ' . . . z ' - ' . . . . - .1 . . has just learned that he didn't get away with as many things in high school C: - . , - -r e . n n . . . a J . S , 4 . . . D r . . . . 2 K A I A . . Y . . . . . y . to ' ,H . . . . , F . . . , . I ,' I I . . . U . L . 1 , . . , " " 0 I recently made a tr1p to Iwo Gun C1nyon, bevadn, to ee the greet psych11t11st, U8Vld Bloor It took me almost two hour to et Dist h s secretary, clwssmate .llen Rogers, and when I flnall d1c t 1n, he told me that my trouble was all 1n my head, but he d1cn't kncx fere Joseph St f1n1 15 the head lnstructor it the Ar fdr ll 1 v D1HC1Hg School LH LhlLq'O inc rnette waiiell 15 the heed drum ntyorette lead1ng the Norihwestexn Un1vcrs1tv Bend. Last 1emdr1Ll Dwv, I ttended the Jneedway Vace it 1nd11nepol1s to sce the fan u licer, Hob 11ncla1r. He won the race t tl zemarlakle speed of SOOO mllfS per h ur Cn one of mv 'round the world fllyhta, I stopped 1n Indna and wttended a m1ss1onar3 QGIVlCL bx R1CHdTd hlplex Also 1D th ave town h1rley lucker, perfornlnp her eTVlP6 to humanlty bv te1ch1ne h n t1ves LH the rfturr trlp, I stopzed 1n Florlda to vws I or IIAV, v o now nwns hws own lsrfe rep frdlt er-vf t ere Fe Lck weller, hut so far thls move kasn't proved vcrv pro11t cle u 1 s most cl the tlNC, Cn another tr1n tc New York list month, I found Nur Orle Pollnd and Helen Slta to be dWlPQ v ry well 1n a chorus l1ne on Io d v In the same theater, I sex the rl y, HJchn 1nd H13 velve Lves, t1rr1rg Emerson lkuke 1n the t1tIe role Jack Ivnn spends most of has t1me it 1USh1R?, and 15 row CODt'lbUtlHg to the Hnv Wewrt 13 Prokenn column 1U the Home Dews ecord Joelle Gun rd 15 ihe only member of our gredtat1rv class that I have never seen it 15 knJwn thet he and her husband, Dr am s uec1l are l1VlDU IF some secluded place that no one knofs about k ep PP thelr twelve chlldren well wud 1 tldent Iree. By the way, how 15 vour theater bUSlU8SS COm1Dg9 I htne you are pett1ng long well Ii you heal any news about our class, please lnfonn me, and I w1ll GO the same. Your old classmate, Donald hlckleberry 18 ' rn 1 V- T f , A r . 'K U u , . ' 1 ' ' , . - - ff ' fr ' 0 r ' , - , Q A ' .2 5-I , F f 1 - F 3 ' ' I ' N ' ' f , ,' . . ed 1, . ' ' ' 3 'v ,.r -'H 1 A A . 1 , ,- v .. A . . . . - - . , . .w y , . .Q . Q C . c U 1, I' H if Lu L - w - 1 F , w ,L F f s w - . H .Q -' ' HL, c . 11 u c 'A - -Q A ' ' f- x w ' 1 ' w 1 , 1 V , L . 'f ' ,. . f 0 P 'F '- I F "law 1, .:. CL v. Av. r L Q . L . 1 I vu 1- 5 ' . ' 'W ' ' 1' 5 ' 5 S 7, 4 , J c. 15 . xc 5 N I . J ,1 , 1 - -, . ,' , T' I - - I W k 5. , "., 5 ' 'Q--' f .' , , ' , '- , .- ' Q Q- V..-1' -' . . , ., . uf , U ,U . V .J . , '..u,..1 11 ,-1 . . - L P f - V ,, I 5 Lyn ,, U nu Q L, .-' CL , , , ,-N . . . . .+ TN A. ,Tl 1. I . J L C D, ' -ulv U lfll .J G vu. Y 1 , ., . ' 1. - . - 1, 1 . 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N v U ,, - M . -ni.: X51 HJ Cf AJ JL 'yvE'.Us, QT f THE SENIOR PLAY 'Seventeen Is Larrifich 1 comedy ln three acts, was pr Senior class of Flushing Hlgh School, on. pril 18, at 8 OO under the d1rection of Mrs Frances Arter CH.RACThRS Dr hllenby, a dentlst Mrs hagner CGrandmaD, Dr llenby's mother in law Hannah hawks, the hired ,lrl from the country Chuck Allenby, Barble kllenby, h1s slster another lster e Ubabyu brother and a 'sleuthu a nelehbor blfl w1th a propenslty for gettlnc 1nto trouble Janle Bllly Patsy Al enby, xllenby, Gardner, Hugo Jarvls, a George Bennet, frlend and ally of Chuck Glnny Grant, Chuck's glrl frlend OUh15flC ted youth PRODUCTICN A Stage Managers Jack Lynn, Carl Smlth ocrlpt Dlrectorg Irances Falthful Tlcket Pzomoters Joe etefanl, rred Hu hes, Hex Van Curen Curtaln Donald nlckleberry Ushers Robert hufinan, Davld Bloor, Pob 1HCl71T, Donald Orchestra James Husarlk Programs bhlrley Pucker, Junlor blerlck, Mdrgorle Uoland Advertlslng Harold Roush, James Dunlap, I1ch xo nlpley, Make up: Helen Slta ented by the The play was Lewls .adams Ellen Ro ers Maxlne Brown James hobllck Joella Cun rd nrnetta yaffell Rlchard Bethel Margorle Poland L1 rson 'h1te Allen Prokaw ohlrley Tucker Humphrey Henry N18ml6C MuS1C by the Hlph School Orchestra under the dlrectlon of Mr Fred Pech Produced by SpeC18l arrangement w1th the Dramatlc DUbl1Sh1Dg Comnany 20 ' l ' " ' L ' x es ' , A 1 , ' , . . I O 4, 1 0 . 5 0 0 o n u Q a s Q n n o s u 0 u . ' n ' Q Jx " "' s a c 0 0 g V' Q I. - O I O I I O O D . ' A . Q 9 1 V 1 . . . 5 O I I l Q U O Q O I I C I l I U . 3' . , 1 1 6. ,. , -L f ' 0 Q C O U l O I I 0 O I O U I L ' X K th ' . . ' . ,Q A I. I O I C I O I O C Q U Y ' . X Nancy Pomeroy, Barbie's friend . . . . . . . . e . Doris Whiston S ' s J ' ,' a . . . . 'nc ' ir' . Q I 4 . . . C . I I 0 O l STAFF 1' g ' C . . , . . 5 , , . v R . - . ,, . z ,. N . , , . . . 0 .LL , nl K. L A , : . '. z , , . . T . C . . X P . . . . . ,,. ,. . . Q L 0. kJ f --n , . . .J A , . . . x . . A . . , A . SENIOR ACTIVITIES Lewis Adams Chorus 1 2, Football 1 2 3 4, Basketball 1, Progectionzst 3, F Club 2 3 4, Lit0r1an Staff 3, F H A Club 2, B seball 3, Dramatlcs 4 Richard Bethel Chorus 1 2 3 4, Latln Club 4, Trojectionist 1 2 3 4, Class Of11CeT l 2 3 4, Band l 2 3 4, Li orian Staff 3, Orchestra 2 3-4, Boys' Ensemble 4, Dranat1cs 3 4 David Bloor Belmont Plgh School l 2, Chorus 3, Basketball 3, Lat1n Club 3 4 Band 3, Orc estra 3, Offlce 3, Boys' Ensemble 3, Dramatlcs 3 Allen Brokaw holloway high School 1, Chorus 2 3, Basketball 2 3 4, Class Offlcer 2, Band 2 3-4, Orchestra 2 3 4, Litorlan Staff 3, L1brary H A C 2, Dramatlcs 3-4 xaxlne Brown Chorus 1-2 3, Latin Club 2 3 4, Class Offlcer 3 4, Office 4, T A G C b 1 2 3 4, Litorian Staff 3, Drnmatics 3.L Joella Cunard Chorus 1 2 3, Latln Club 2 3 4, Class Officer 1, Band 1 2 3 4, L1tOPl8H tmff 3, Orchestra l 2 3 4, T A G Club 1 2 3 4, Offlce 4 Dramatics 3-4 James Dunlap PTOj8Ct1ODiSt 4, Office 3 Donald nnckleberry Chorus l 2 3 4, Progectionlst 3 4, Boys' Ensemble 3 4 Frances Faithful Chorus 1 2 3, Lftin Club 2 3 4, Class Off1C6T 2 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4, Orche tra 1 2 3 4, Lltorian Staff 3 T A G Club 1 2 3-4, F H A Club 1 2 3 4, Oflice 4, Girls' Lnsemole 4 James hoblick Chorus l 2 3 4, Football 3 4, Progectionist 3 4, F Club 3 4 Litorlan Staff 3, Bo5s' Ensemble 4, Dramatlcs 3-4 Robert Huffman Chorus 1-2 3 4, Footb ll manager 3 4, Basketball 1, F Club 3 4, Litorian Qtaff 3, Boys' Ensemble 1 2 3 fred Hughes Chorus 1 2 3 4, Football 4, F Club 4, Boys' En enble 1 2 3 4 Donald Hu phrey Chorus 1 2 3 4, Football hanag r 2, baseball 1 2, F-Club 2:3 L Brogectloni t 4, L1tor1an Staff 3, Boys' Lnsemblo 1-2 3 James husarik Chorus 1 2, Football 2 3 4, Basketball 1 2 3 4, Orchestra 3 4, Progectionist 3 4, F Club 1 2 3 4, Band 1 2 3 4 J ck Lynn Chorus 1-2 3 4, Basketball Manager 4, Pro3ectionist 3 4 Henry NlSm16C Basketball 2, L1brary 4 Margorie Poland Chorus 1-2 3, T A G Club 1-2 3 4, F H A Club 1 2 3 Dramatlcs 3-4 21 4 "' " "' . o u s 6- - . Q : -p -1 n . A: on cl - lv' 4. - -Q an - - - U ,b 1- ' 1 A . ' Q I 1 "' . "' , L I . . . ' ' Y 2 1 Z - v .. .. .. ' ' ' 3, F. . . lub . ' . ' 3 .. - -. ' .. Q 0 o " ' " . . i Y . 1 i .x i i 1 ' ' L .. .. - . , , - - - ' , - o : ' . Vearl Elerick: St. Clairsville High School 1-2. : L an Q qv 3 an . nn nn , -.. .. .. 3 ... .. .. ' , . , , .. .- I 0 Q -I "' " A P 1 n . v : an nr an an . 1 an 0- , ., 7 . t . . ' - - Q- -'fr -. 3 1 LJ i 1 , 1? : an an as A-n S I un Q Q . 3 ... - .. 17 9 '1 - - - . . S V I. . Y , - O . 1 12 1 i 1 I I 1 . a : - - ' ' - , 0 : .0 ' . 2 - . . . ll un . . . - -n , u onhICR C11VI11 allen ogers Chorus 1 2 3, Latln Club 2 3 A P nd 1 2 3 A, Jntorl h taff P 'lub 3 A, Cf 1 e A, Drmxatlc , Harold housh Chorus 3 A Arnetta uaff 11 Bellalre h ool 1 2, 1 , C ub 3 A Hagorette A, DTRm3tlCS A Dlch rd ohlplcy Chorus 1 2, Ba eball 1, 1 Club 1 2 3 A, Lltorlan otaff 3 Robert bln 111r Chorus 1 2 3, B sketball 1, PFOJPCtlOHl t 3, Band 1 2 3 A Crch sura l 2 3 en olta Croru l 2, 1 X ub 1 2 3 A lu 1 2 3 A Llbrrry A, Boys' rnsemble 3 A Jo ooh otefanl Chorus 1 2 ohlrley Lucker Chorus 1 2 3, L 1n Club 2 3 A, Class Offlcer 2, 0ff1CS Llbr ry A T A G Club 1 2 3 A, Lltorman stuff 3, DT3m8tlCS 3 A Tex Van Curen qt o1a1rsv111e Hlgh school 1, Chorus 2 3 A, Llforlan staff 3, Boys' nsemble A Dorl UhlStOh Choru 1 2 3 A, L tln Club 2 3 A C as Cflnrer 1 A, CfflCS Wand 1 2 3 A, LltOT13N otdff 3, Orche tra 1 2 3 A T Club 1 2 3 A s' Q eible 1 2 A, Dr Pdt1C 1 erson lte Proqectlcn t 2 3, Band 1 2 3 A, LltOT18H otaff 3, Llbrary he t a 3 A, Dram +1 s 22 f N-w y W xr, .1 m T-Q it AJ! N H : - - ' 3 - - , pd - - - A1 'a L 3, T. A. G. Club 1-2-3-A, F. H. ,. 3. - '.f'c 'H ' S 3-I. . : - . . S e : ' Hit Sch - T, A, G. Club A F. H. H. C1 - , , . , A. ' . A 0 . . , U , . . O Av. O. L n A g " xl T " " ' 9 " C C' : ' A - - A ', ' 's - - - - , Q 4' ,, ,, V I Hel -' : 'L s - m. f. G. C1 - - - , F. H. A. C b - - - . Carl Smith: Barnesville High school 1, Chorus 3-A, Projectiohist 3-A, ' 2 C ' . - . s A X ': - . C ' M , : ' - - at' C - - ' ' ' A, . U , - - - . . f . - 1 , . . . - . . 0 A . . . ,, . . L . . . . 3 "' - J 0 v -4-4 I 's 1 ' : , s - - - a ' - - , 1 A 31. - ' A, -' . - - -- ' 'f C ' ' . s Q - - - , .. 1. C. - - - , Girl L.s n -A-3-' aM"' s 3-1, Em fh' : f 'f is '- 1- - - ' ' 4 ' A, Cro s r - , .a.'c 3-A, zlanu Fr0Wude Prwavaalonil Ymn Invccatlon MUJLC Qcrlptare head L LC Uermon hymn renedlct BeLes,1on1l A i .J 1 'f i 'LP AY lb, 1952 Largo 'Frcther bgnes AITH 'D U v ne Wedvemeru Hbraternal mzrch 23 orls Messe Nios orLs 1 Je fnrrppatlof rev ddr WA ostp' nsew e Rev. L F Bloor Ulr Q' rife PWub ,. Vloor UCHFT6gHtlOU nv qrolu 'Oster Dl1LHNf+b 1 51or Marfare+ 7mDFVlll8 B A C C M L U I 5 A T E E X 5 H C I ' E L FLULFELJ HIGI .'jLCL SUYDAY, M ' " - f ,, Miss D' '. h ', - 'Q f. c H in H 'Llc D 4 HSS' H T5 J,,x, ' .. X - 'x vv, A -xr 1 .L , A -.,,.,, .1 .,. F' ', Ta ' Girls' E Mbl ' ' ' 3 ing ', 1. H'sf luh, Ui i A A ., F' 10 T , ,- C T7 Q ' P J MBV, u, ' A: , ,, . i ' ion H, . H' ' I ' S' 5 ' , if , ' 7 "'LQU. 'a'+ g , SX V ' FIFTY-sscomn ANNUAL COMMENCLMFNT FLUSHING HIGH acHooL my 22, 1952 PTOCOB810nl1 Priests March' Miss Doris Hesse MuS1C atlonal Anthenn School Orchestra Invggation Rev. O O Schwalbe Mus1c arch lmJ6St1CH School Crchestra Arr by Robert Crawford Salutatory Address Shlrley Tucker Mus1c Senlor Glrls Valeolctory Address Dorls Whi ton Arr by Robert Crawford Class Address The Great Adventureu Dr Joseph B Rosemurgy, Pastor First hethodlst Church, Akron, Ohlo Prescrtation of Dlplomas Mr W L Cunard Vice Presldent, Board of Educatlon MuSlC Alma Mater Class of 1952 Benedlctlon Rev E G W1lSOn Music 'Chillicothian Sentlnel har h school Orchestra By R B Hall 4 ' II ' I ' I N 0 ' NM '-, ' ' 1 M sic HSalute to Stephen Fostern School Orchestra M l ' H !l 1 - f C n C 2 jf' . v J f 1 f v f I 1 ,111 r 1 , v 1 , , w ,I , If Y 1 I f f 1 gf 1 1 I! X ' f ' '. -f N . L I w f I 1 PP8S1d8UI TWUQPUWFHQ D WIER Robert Vloe Pre ldent Secretary Tre1 urer dvlser Class Colors Class Flower Dorls Ballog Ozl1hd Be+hel ohlrlpy Brown llllll Cleslelka Iobert Copelwnd Glorlx OFTdQlUl Wotty Douwlsss J ck Frost xlch rd HWTF1S Ll Copeland H' Il JWT1 U r Gray Whlte Csrhutlon Class lotto 'We have cros ed the spa, bl the ocoin yet to come ROLL Marr rot Jacxson 7llll1N Johnen V ncy K z r ohlrley Ifheske Roh ld Vlrkpatrlck J mes I ndon Darld Lltten Rose nn U1Cb6lll Dorothy lOTTlS Barbwrw Nolwn 26 K9HUGlh shepherd hlrlov 51NQ6T Chsrlf ylor V1 fllla Fhrfsh J no 1 wczyk shlrlo Trlolett Dwle V n furen hlrlcy V n Curen iary llen llson . . q , h C L L ' .1 1.11 n J I A 1 ' 1 ' rt 1 T H . ,S .fill L1 QC le ' Shiyl y Vgnerke K' ' 'E , or 'T 1 r S uhlw, 27 L ' T' . . 71. .-- .N gg' I' Sf: '1 L.. ' ' Y .- A J, lc -,zxrl , . , 1 I , . -I V , s, . o 'E ' . Y . II , gc 15 ' . a , . .H nw. - . Carol nrter Vlrrlnls Hollowa mhll bTNOUSkl XJ ' :fi A., V, . 1 f' dl . - . , l ,. . Q . . ,. 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I- F THB JUNIOR PLAY HThe Adorable Imp,H a farce ln three acts, was presen+ed by the Junlor class of rlushlng nlgh School, on Nov mber 16, at 8 OO o'clock ihe nlay was under the dlrectlon of hrs rrances Arter CHARACTBRB Hortense Hostetter, the mald who Hoees all, Hhears all,N and HTells all, bhlrlev Brown Betty Lou Gordon, who nurses an achlng heart carol Arter rrs abby slnpklns, ner raternal grandmother Ro e Ann hlchelll Brlan Barclay, the wldower who llves next door Wll1l8N Cleslelka Malvlna Barclay, hls lynx eyed daughter Dorls Ballog Panela Gordon, a gay vldow on the trall of a rlch husband 5h1Fl9V Slnger Cllnt Purdy, an old bachelor, grandma's beau Ronald Flrkpatrlck I ogene Van Rydon, Wild of Wlnstor Plckrell, wlth a cat ohobla, Shlrley Triplett nston Plckrell, a rlch and lrasclble old man wlth +he o Orland Bethel Dl1hOTth Plckrell, hls grandson wlth dyspepsla dlCh3Td P8TFlS Ross Waldron, another grandson, a college sennor Robert Copeland PRODUCmICN STAFF staae Maraqers Crarle Taylor, Nllllam Johnen DCTlUt Plrectors Florla Corxadlnl, Shlrley Van Curen rake up Ucrothf lClFlS T cxet Pro on r James Lendon, Bavld Lltten, Dale Van turen Curtaln Jacf ost Ushers n ry llen llson, Jane lracavk, bhlrley Keneske, hancy Kaczmarek, Ylrg n a follow y, etty Douglass, Emrbara Dolan, Kenneth herherd, and Vlrrlnla h r h Orch stra arg ret Jackson, bmlly Crnouskl hdS1C by th Hlfh School Orchestra under the dlrectlon of hr Bred Pech Produced by speclal arrangement wlth the L 5 Denl on Company 3 4' ' L Q '1 - vv- ' . ri . g A . . . ,, . 0 l wr 1 ' ' C' ll Il L L ., . 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ROLL riret Row Ruth Pethel, ry J we Wee, n rlene Bizzori, Leo Eober, Louise Bown n, lloyd Brown. oecond Row 9 lly Brown, N ncy Burton, Benny Burgins, ohirloy C mp nizzi, n ry tencul pebgy oonter. cloberry, D niel oibson, Ger ld Grimes artn Row Robert k rris, Bet y hollowoy, hon ld Hollow y, C rter Howell U on Joxo n, llen Lynn lifth Row Robert rinucci, ohirley Mcrndree, Doris Medley, o rl ledley, ncy nyler, Rich rd nieleon. sixth now dword Dieiiec P t+y Petr eco, h ry Ellen Pil ti, G ry Minkes, P ggy Roush, oylfi Sh w Seventh low I ncy incl ir Dianna ginger, r otefani, Sue Qummers, P tti lhowpson, D vio Init ker. ghth Yow Don ld nuns, Shlrley Yarnell 3 - 3",AU H 2 'P icq ig 6 ' T' fi' f S ..ip1-v h'. oy Q1 .ell , as Hi ,i lirton ',- Mrs. Q , Clife fl Y ' V qi Il' I In K 7,7 lYNOt i 'X ri I! H' - : . . ' .k. '. M ' ' n ' " .Q V , l : Lz. r. ' ' ' ' , lp. A ' ' "'V' ' 9 fr 1 . H, . 1 Third how: Connie Cunard Francis DeClemente Tillie Diosi Louise 2 3 ! -Q fd ,3 ,V ' H' l .-, ' ..J-.w. ... .. 1. . g Ff" : 'i. ' 2 ' ,. ' 1 . 1 f. , vb., .-f -r L. . .4 u Ar. v : A, rin Q - ,N - -L . tl' f-yn N' V ' f, " . " M ' : it M 5' L' , Q , 'A A . fa ' ' Q ' 2 " e xv Q "a g 1 . . 1 : In S' Q',. ' Q' SQ 2 ' ' ' F .. G . m 1 , ., y . t . : F F ,' , I T' , . o .A ...if f' xx inf., Px .4 f 2? Q09 -, Q ,uf :JJ -.2 f X .na ,Mfg F, .QS I 4.. THE FQiSHMEN Never dld a mo e eaver group of boys and glrl enter a freshmen la of Fla hlng Hlgh bchool we were forty four strong and much to the Sur pxlse of tle upper c ssmen not many of us pot lost the f rst day of school On our Second day of school we were turned from the +T3dlt1ODal Hgreen freshle H o Hred fr SFIGS For the rest of the lay we Lreeted each other and our teach rs W1tH Hredn faces Durlng the Se no week we, under the supervl lon of our class advlser rs Allce Lang, chose re followlng class offlcers prealdent, lF3UClS DeAlemenLe vlce presldent, Gary Hlnkes, secretary, bhlrley Yarnell, treas urer, Nancy Burton some of the fre hmen boy were on both the football team and the bas ketball team They made good ShOW1RgS on these teams and next year we should hear more of them Nany of lrls have been actlve members of b tr the F H A and e 1 G C J Q We have en ved our freshman year and many tranrs Fo to the upper class men and the teachers We wlll be looking forward 'o other years that we hone to spend at rldsh1ng Hlgh School 38 L V r K , ,s , c as . . e, ,, 'S A . . v' - - 1' . . 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Lge ell LDS BARD lhe Plush nr h1 h school P nd, con 1 tln of lwfty 1oAber , has been v ry succe lul ln the a t y Ur under the dlr CLlOW of 1 Vred Dech b nd h p-riorned xt the icllornn fl lr The L bor Da Larrde, all hm e footb ll g nes, the N w Ather loctoall fame, the footbal7 nlay off Ut JClO, th Hallore'en ar de, the tonmun1t Instltute, b tween the h lves the Fluehlnv Belmont basketball axe, on APTll 5 at the contest 1U Bellavre prese1ted a concert ln the gynn , lock 1 l on A LOFl l ay The lembers ar Dorls B llog Helen bethel Ilchurd Bethel nuth sethel rl ne Pr dley Jllen Drokaw xancy Burton Cha les C mparlzzl Leonard Cen ula Barbara Pordner Fonnle Cun rd Ucr1 Cunard Joe la ounard CHHIIGS Curtls John Delaney Albert p6P1PtTO 1ll1s Dlos Dornthy Dunlap rr nces P lchful Jack Arost Ronald hol ovay Vlrglnla Holloway Margaret Jaclson c Tor n J mc Lewls Lora Lee loore Mary ll n Pxlatl Drum nagorette Ruth vllSOh I Jorettes Arnetta affell, oylvla haw M rtha Ray t lnaker rlag Bearers Glorla rnold, charlotte Gregp 8 Chaln and Guard Q5 years hlgh chool SPPVlCCD ncy Rlclard Bethel James Husallk Joella Cunard Wllen Rogers Frances falthful Pobert SlHCl31T Q Bind Plns C2 vears hlgh chool S6PV1CCD Icrls Qallog xllen Brokaw Band Letters C2 nargaret Jackson Lmlly OTHOUSK1 years hlgh school servlce Felen Bethel nfrlene Br dley sally Bwnv rner Leonard Cencula Barb re tordner Charle tlrtls Dorothy Dunlap V1rg1n1a Holloway 2 small Letters C2 year hlgQ school maJorette servlce Irene Til1l3mS Ruth W1lSOU Aartln PUFL1H2H Gary rlNkGS llen Rogers obe t lHCld1T Dlanna olnger ohlrley olnger Marglrct omerv1lle no 1l11d ,tewart cllz beth awlor Pa +1 Tromp on Dor1s Ahl ton uavld hltaker 'mel on 'hlte rh+H HllSOD hlrley Yarnell Jlnclalr, Irene f1ll1dmS, Dorls hlston Jmerson Jhlte Chlrley o1nger Cora Lee Moore iarparet omervl Roslland Stewart Lllzabeth Laylor 1 Small Letter Cl year high school majorette service - seniorl Arnetta Saifell AO lle Y 1 9 l'l 7 ' V ' ' ' 5' .. . 1 fy- N 'N 5- rs ' fe , .1 'I' . 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ORCHhClRA The F1USY1Dg High School Orchestra, with Mr Fred Pech as its director part1c1pated in several musical afla1rs throughout the year The e lncluded The Halloween Cake Walk 1nd Parade the Junlor Play, the oenlor Play, Flu hing Commencement, .nd the E1ghU1Grade Commencement at Unlontown The members are Doris Whiston Allen Brokaw James Husar1k Ronald Polloway Charles Curtls Davld Uhltaker Leonard Cencula France Falthful Joella Cunard Em1ly Ornouski Margaret Jackson Elizabeth Taylor Helen Bethel Sally To umgarner hlrley Yarnell Shlrley Slnver Martln Purtlman Marlene Bizzari GIRLS' CHOPUS John Delaney Hlchard Bethel Dorothy Dunlap Fmerson Whlte Hnllls Dlosi hargare t Some rvllle Puth Bethel Rosiland Stewart Dlanna Slnger The glrls' chorus, this year is directed by M1 s Doris Hes e They practice on Monday at activlty perlod This year they will lng at e Baccalaurrate exercises, The members are Carol Arter Marlene Ballog Helen Bethel Marlene B1 zari Sally Brown Sally Bungarner Nancy Burton Shlrley Campanizzi Mary Cencula Peggy Conter Barbara Cordner Connle Cunard M ry Jane Delaney Betty Dougla s Dorothy Dunlap Louise Elckleberry Charlotte Grepg Mary Elizabeth Grimes A1106 He sler Ruth Bethel Betty Holloway Margaret Jackson Nancy Kaczmarek Shirley Keneske Jean Leone Ellen Lynn Faye Markey Leonora Maccallini Shlrley McEndree Rose Ann Mlchelli Cora Lee Moore Freeda Moore Dorothy herria Nancy Myler Barbara Nolan Enlly Ornouski Patricia Petracca L0uAnn Plckerlng Mary Ellen Pilati A1 Pevgy Roush Sylvia Shaw Nancy blnclalr Dlanna Slnger Shirley Slnper fatherlne S1ta Margaret SONBTV11l8 Sarah Stefani Roslland Stewart Elizabeth Taylor Patti Thompson Vlrglnla Thrash Jane Traczyk Doris Mhiston Mary Ellen Wilson Ruth W11SOD Frances Wllliams Irene wllliams Shlrley Yarnell Vlrglnia Holloway 1 T SJ A o , 0 . 5- . , 6 - 4 i . o LJ . ,. . f f. 4 . . 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BUYS ' HCHUQ The boy ' chorus thls year 15 under the d rectlon of M1 s Hes e They praot1cc on every Wednesday at act v1ty perlod The members are Lexus fdsms ltr rd Eethel Leo sober Floyd Brown penny Burrlns ll am C CSlClka fereld e 11 C 1l'1S ry D 1 1 mlO 1 1o'l berry hifi rher C ett Rlthard HHTTIS Robert Harrls Gerald Grlme James Hobllck Ronald Holloway Carter Howell Robert Puffman bred Hughes Donald Humphrey Jack Jord n Lee Kltzmlller D1v1d L tten falter L1ttle Juck Lynn Crady Hughes Bob M3F1UUCC1 Curl nedley Lddle Nl9m1GC Fury Rlnkes Harold Roush rdnklln Tuzek Kenreth shepherd arl llth V rnon Wlth John T ylc Crarle ylor Van C en Dav1d Thl+tkCF Donald W llldms 1 Hn GIRLS ' WNSLMRLE ten 5111 selected frum the chorus The glTlS sang at the CCN UHILJ Instltute at a Rotary lunrheon, at the Baccalauxeate LXCTClS6S, and +he WOllG Day of Praye 1D +he gym Llbbf Taylor 15 the planlst, and he members are Sh1rley wee Iary Lllen ll on, Pwrbera Nolan, Dorls h1 ton, FIHDCCS 1a1+hful, Lery Jane De ney, Frances 1ll1ams, nargdret OOmGPVl1l6, DQ fOSlldDd Stewart THE JUIIlR RLD CPO S COUNCIL Th nerlcan JUDLOT 'ed Cross FOUHC11, w1th Hrs K rr aS the teacher or, 1ded th county w1de Co nc1l by n klng favor for Chrlstmas, 1 o , a 1 a f + h1ldren' home at Tanoma They also deter flnd c 1ve and I1 Q llft btxes for chlldren 1n Lurope lhe nbel of the 0 uocll ar PJ e inn 11chell1, Carol Alter, L1bby 1aylor r y fwrnell bhlrley Tucker, ersld uxlme , Ollver Worklev, Dor1s Cunard, nd 1ar+ha Jtrxtton A2 I' T fW 'N 0 K U , 5 , , 1 s S . w , , I i . . . H . .: 1.x W .W , . 1 . . 1 - A Ylf ' ' ' It N ,a ' , r ' , . , ,. ,. . N 3 - A S '1 ' . ' . Ja I 5 ' vs, ' v A e A e,. L .4 . y , I . .!1-..,-x. 4 .L ' 4' fi , . 1 ., , . JE L C 1 x 1 .1 L " . A x A -1 V1 ' " 'W CN- ' C.'l.c'L.wJ.Sb L1 14 ' iz QL. Gs f Llle ' 1 e 83' ,, -. . . A l is L S . a . Lal ar DCc1aI1i QT -fr e 1 H ,' ' , s . s 'Ta,' 1 - q A . . , - Jnek frm- so 1 Rei: V ur , . H. . . . Darinl ul,S'. Y 'e . H .P Y' Y L . - ' ' . 1 L 11' 1 TOSJS 4 c , 1 .-I ' ' nn 4, ' 'I I 1.lA 11 . . . . . The glrls' ensemble, under the d1rect1on of M155 Hesse lS made up of . I m . . . . i S x 1 .. u A , 1 A x ' , I, Y 1 . . 1 A . 4 . U Yu M . P . Q . t . . 4 , . . L U A Q - c V 1 , c . 5ix'K7 Ir' V' 'f luv. 1 S, ,C F 1 . 'X . S Y-V 1 5 . U 5" - . 1 , H. . , . , , . I , ' .La , ' c 1 .1 x ' c LJ Ci f g ' I 'I' Q Y J V .. Q . . . , A . . . , Q fu. , LL , V L' g e ' s?Un:f Q' e ,'. - ' , u ' ia ' s ' ' ', . .'. jj rw ' 1 Valesolne Day fnf D ster or she tr s o . . --- '- T " . Y ' . . ..' . 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X ' S . f. j' C' , Lu .' u. . c , , G C The T A G Club, 11th hrs Kerr as nts afvl er, wa very active this year The glrls sold penclls wlth the football chedtle on hen, nd at Chrl tmas t1me each n mber nadoptedn two ch1lc en from the ch1ldren's home at Tacoma and sent ther g1ftS The club OfL1CBT5 Pre 1dOUt, dax1ne Brown, Vlce President, France Falthful Secretary, Rose Pnr Hlchelll, Treasurer, Dorls Uhlston, SGTVIOS Chalrman, nary llzabeth Prnmes 500131 Cha1rman, Shlrley Brown, Music Chairman, hl1zabeth Taylor, Publlclty Chalr man, Marlene Ballog, Devotlonal Chalrman, Margaret J ckson The other members are Dorls Ballog xrnet a Q fell Helen Bethel flOT13 Corladlni Ruth Bethel nary Jane Delaney Peggy Center Nancy Smnclalr Loul e Uicllet rry S5lV1a Shaw Roslland Stew lt Irene U111lQNS Marlene B1 ZWT1 Joanne C1b on Dlanna Slnper C rol Arter Shlrley Camp8n1ZZi Donna Altzmiller Shlrley Slnger Vlrglnl Holloway Helen Slta Shlrley Keneske Nancy Kaczmrrek Mary llen Wilson Imrlene Bradley Barbara Dolan Nancy Burton Pattl Thompson Shlrley Yarnell H A C Ellen Rogers Margaret Somervllle lhPjOT19 Boland Shlrlev Tucker Sally Jo Bumgarn r Pat Petracca Shlrley Van Curen Dorothy HOTT1S Emily Ornouski Betty Douglass Betty Hollow y Sara B tefani Connle Cunard Sally Brown Joella Cunard The F H A Club lS made up of those who have taken one or more years of home economlcs The local club attended the county rally t Barnesv1lle, and bhlrley Kene ke was elected county oclal chawrhan The ldV1S6T 15 Mrs Lang and the offlcer are Presldent, Franc Falthful, Vice Presldont, Ellen Rogers, Secretary, Dorothy Morrl , Treasurer, Shlrley Trlplett, Histo rlan, Donna hitzmlller, Parllamenterlan, Barbara Dolan, New Neport r, uh1TlGV Smnger The other members are Marlene Ballop Helen Bethel huth Bethel Peggy Center Mary Jann Delaney Betty Dougla Q Dorothy Dunl p Loul e 1c'loberry Charlotte Greg? Mary Ellzabeth Grlmes A1108 Hes ler Betty Hollow y Vlrglnla Iolloway Margaret Jackson Shlrley Icne ke Jean Leone Ellen Lynn lfaye Markey Shlrley Nc noree Dorls Aedley Freeda Moore Patty Petracca nary Ellen Pllati Arnetta Saf ell Sylvla Shaw Nancy Slnclalr Rosiland Stewart 43 Sarr Stefani oue Summers Helen olta Jane Traczyk Shlrley Campanl zi Shirley Van Curen Mary llen Ullson Ruth 11 on Virtlnla Thzash Irene illiams B rb r C rdner LouAnne P1cker1ng Nancy Myler T. A. . TUB .L .T . v. . ' ' 9 . . ... '.- ' g 4. . 4 . S c..5 . . . , L ' , , .. S -. 1 U 1 E. . . . , , . L ' - .4 e ' . L11 ' J , .- n - - 1 ' . f 11 , Pre: s . ' . 0 . , . . ., ' c Q 7 ' x A ' . . . . D, 7 . . Q , . ' ' 1.1 J . , . . . U . . 0 . . . . - . . . , L .. , . , A 3 X ' U ' o . . 'X 4 x CL v , L , , . . . . r L- 3... .,.. . ,. J . . - . . . . . v 1 , ' u . ,. . , , A a .. . v , , r I .L . . , . . . me . f, . .Q ' . ' 9 ' .1 s .H 1 Je .L ' .Y . V ' ' 'T 1 ' 'm ' Lt ' C- WA I H . . , ,frbara Cordner mary hllen Pllati Mary Cencula :. .y , W .1 A. K .H . . M . H , B . " s ' .. . .. , j , F. . . LUB ' - I I l - . . , A T . . g . C 1 K Le , . 6 , F . . A . . O D .. 1 g I F . C . . on . , . Q ' Q s V ID . . . . - f: I S I , 1 I i . , . . . .H ' A . ' ' - S .L . 9 v . . L 1 , 9 . , Z 3 L . , U , J X LJ 'n - .L C1 l , . . . . 2 z . 1 - ss ' a I E ' . . .5 ,. . a . B 3 -1 Q V v 7 Q S hr li .' . ,' S . . FT ' 5 I ' ' x ' I , J 0 s v l . . 3 wwf ' 9 S - f l a a a 'Q ' I . a ' . . . , . . , . l - THF LATIN CLUB The L txn le st one yewr hlp, the Club 1n arch T e Club 1S made up of the hlfh school puplls who hule had at of Ixtln Mr arter is the advlser, nd under her leader has had an 1n1t11t1on party 1U Octob r nd a Rom n Panouet CfflCGFS oi the Club re Presloent, hlrley Prown, Vlce Fresldent, Joella Cunmrd, oecretarw, Carol rter, lreasurer, rlrley Lrlplett The other members re Hlchald Bethel, I.x1ne Brown, Sally Jo Bumgerner, vary Dile, Jo nne Glbson, Charlotte Lregy, 1 ry hllZHb8th Grlmes, Tddle Pennen, Leon rd Cencula, Jelly Llttle, Rose nn nlchelll, Cora Lee no re, ohlrley llnter, krances ralthful, hllen Pogers, Llbby Taylor, Shlrley Tucker, laryoret Somerrllle, Davld Bloor, Dorls Whlston, Princes Wllllams LIBIARY The Llbrary, under the dl18CtlOH of Mr Hltchey, was opened thls vear w1th the dd1t1OH of a new set of Encyclopedll, new readlnp clrcle books, nd several new may zlnes, amvnp whlch w re Llfe and clence dl est The Llbrarlans, chosen from the Junlor and Senlor classes were Rose Ann hlchelll, Dorl Ballog, N ncy Kaczmlrel, Ronmld KlTPD trlck, Ererson Jhlte, Shlrley Tucker, Carl Smlth, and henry T16ml6C Them dad very good Job ln helpnng the students 11nd reference 1U thelr subgect 1U splte of the handlcap of llruted space OFFICE There ren't many PX6CUt1V6S who h ve seven pTlV Mr Bethel seems to be one of the chosen few He has one e ch oerlod of the d y who work 1D the Ofl1CC nd practlce for later llfe ihelr dutles H1ndl1ng answerlny the teleodone, recenvlng clllers, fll1ng, u nd ecord keeolng The Junlors 1nd oenlors who make up the Off1C8 force Tuck r, L r1s Jhlston, Carol Arter, Joella Cunard, M1XlR8 and rrences r lthful BOYQI LNQEMBLE te SCCPGt8F16S, but seven SSCTSCHPICS thereby aln V luable mall, tvpenrltlnv the addlnp nwchlne e Slng are ohlrley Brown, ellen Ropers, The boys' ensemble, under the dlrectlon of Mlss Hesse, 15 made up of ten boy from the boy ' choru They sang at the forld D y of Prayer ln the gym The members Herbert Gossett, Vernon bmlth, Ienneth ehenherd, Dan ld nlckleberry, R1ch1rd Pethel, C ry Rlnles, Fred Hurhes, J.mes hobllck, Curl Smlth, nd R x Vin Cuzen bl-4 m J q . . . . 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I ' ' Y I' K' Q , RTC! 1 x L , vw - K - , . f - 2 8 f , :fi C . J E' . C A . 3 9 L ' , F1-eshmain Class off '96 ,gg v.am1 " Sophomore Class Officers 7 NOS Z. Junior Class W n I Senlor V if panv -N1 ,WL Class Offlcers L1brar1an Major and Magorettes Af! 4g klyx 1 . Latin Club Initiates - llQy7 Librarians A5 Office F 6' 'I 2 i K F5 FV f"xf'! 46 1' WU I' I ui Q 4' fi 9 -my l+7 D M. YI FOOTBALL The Flu hing Orloles, under tho very able d1rect1on of Coach M1chael Zor1ch, completed a no t uccessful season, be1ng undefeated and t1 d only once 1n South DlVlSlOP pl Thls ach1evement arned for them the tltle of Champ1OHS 0' the South V1 1 1on of the J tern Ohlo o1x Han Football League The OT1Ol0S wer h md l thC1T only GGfC1L at the h nd o P11111 ld the North D1v1 1on C' ro1on at SC1O THF SQUAD J1m, HPeestyH, quS3T1k, a three year ran, w 1 v ry dependable quarter back He could RUN, Klth, and PAoS the ball I he lS a sen1o thls year, he w1ll not be w1th us when the S1FHalS are callrd next fall J1m Hobl1ck, a sen1or, play d rlgrt end H n de h1s second letter th1s year 1n h1s two y ar of football ne w 1 hard blocker ard t ckler Fr d Hughes, a senlor, h d 0fPCHqlV9 b1l1ty and th1 made h1m a valu able replacen nt for r1ght half b ck positvon Fred made h1S letter 1n one y ar of play1ng L8U1S dams, a sen1or, pl J d center. He w s Hood t block1n and at B111 Johnen, left half, x a herd runner and l1ked tackl1ng He was a good man to have around xh n the team l cl e 1 P 1 pOlnt He could be rel1ed upon 11 the clutch J1m London, rlght end, h s defens1v QO11lu5 In h1s f1r t year of football he s w plenty of 1CtlOH and earn d L15 lettel Pe Wlll probably mov up to the v1rs1ty n rt year Dave Lltten, becau e of Jolnnng the quad late 1D the season, d1d not pert1c1p1te 1n m ny game , but d1d h1s p lt ln praet1ce Raymond Ornouskl, a sophomore, g11n d Q start ng berth at left end on the f1TSt 91X qlS ma1n pl y xa on offense He earned h1S var 1ty letter. Leroy, nK1tZ1O , h1t7MlllGT, r1ght half, u s an excellent blol n f1eld runner F mas used som 1n quarter back lot as a re lacoment for Husarlk No doubt he H111 b the Pee ty on nfxt year's team Joe DeClemente, a sopkonore, w1ll next year bc f1ghi1np for berth on the llFSt team Gary Dale, a sophomore, 1n h1S f1r t year op football galn d valuable experlfnce He v1ll be een norc 1n h1s next two years of h1eh school Grad, Hughes, a so1honore t lfft h lf and 1nO per1onced, d1d not see much oct1on becau e of the 1ore expo 1ODC d l ft halv He wlll probably fwll h s brotherfs hoes next year 50 1 1 . . . . . cf -. r 'm , , F-ug , . ' . Q ' .. S S 1, " 1 f f' K-1 X y I Q I Q i I v I ' 1 A J QTY" A '- A Gr . , . . -Y . - --1 I 3 L1 v 'A , 1. A A :J ,,. if QLIS 1 ."" ' . 1. ' ' l . Q- F . 1 A fs -4 fs- ...., 1, CT '.L Ou ' Q c --- EL S 4. 'Q .4 Q... , . . O . ,MQ A. H . L: .ug ui . A Q Q 4.1 . 1 . N . q 4' fl . 4 ILL o.D -. ka , , , f, l . . - . . A 4 15 t, ' I' V c 5 . . A ' ' . I. ' . L,-.... 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Carter Howell, a freshman, played right-end in the preview game in Martins Ferry and wlll probably see more actlon on the vars1ty team next year Franklln Ruzek, a sophomore at center, saw a lot of actlon for a second strlnger H13 charglng ablllty made h1S opponent hurry thelr pa ses H also stopped the center of the l1ne agalnst llne plunges Robert Ibrrlnuccl, quarterback, 15 a freshman and had a lot of experl ence ln h1s flrst year of football Although slde llned a couple of games wlth lnyurles, he came back to play good ball when needed Floyd Brown, a freshman, played ln several ,ames thls season His defen SIVS ab1l1ty at rlght half made hln a good replacement at that oosltlon FLUSHING AT BEALLSVILLE September 0n a muddy fleld at Beallsvllle the Flushln Or1oles opened thelr 14, 1951 1951 football epson b defeatlng Beallevll e 35 2 Bea1lsvi11e's tio P01115 ca e 1n he flr t ou rter when rltzmllle vas tackled behlnd the goal for a safety Quarterb ck Husar1k cored 2 TD'o, mltzmlller 2 TD'S, and Jo en 1 TD xt a po1n+s xere scored by Johnen 2, Eobllck 2 and Klt mlller l FnUSH1NG HT BETHESDA September On a raln soaked fleld the F1UShlHg Orloles eked out a 14 13 22, 1951 vnctory ov r Bethesda at Jethesda Fltshlng, trylng to t ke advantage of a dry ball, trned to pas on the P1TSt lay of the game, but Lucas of Bethesda lntercepted a p ss and ran 40 yard for a touchdown The second score care 1n the second cu rter when fethesda scored on a 30 yard pas nut f 11Gd to make the e t a pO1Wt ln tHE thlrd 11th flv mlnu es Ienalnrng ln he tme Johnen a ln s ored on a 7 y d run Johnen plunrfd for the acc dlng polnt FLLQIITG VS SMITH TOWNSPTP PT 'L1HT'DA September Snarked by B111 Johnen and Leroy Kltz ller, the Ulustnng Ornoles 28, 1051 rolled to 39 7A VlCtOT3 ov r Snlth Town h1p ln a ame played on the Bethesda fleld Johnen nd Ylt mlller ran for two 1U'S each wh11e Adams and Marlnuccl s ored qlHg1G 1D'S, the latter'e COm1Ub on a 'c ov ered loose ball beh nd the SWlthS' goal llne Heath was the star for omltb ln f sslng for 3 1D's and scorlng the other on a 50 yard run JE'ETT AT FLUSHING October Flushlng rolled to lts fourth stralght v1cto y of the eason by 5, 1951 defeatlng Jewett 20 12 Both of the teams scored lD's 1B the f1TSt qu rter wlth Flushlng soorlng flrst when husar1k ran 25 yards for a TD The extra 0O1nt mas not made Jewett scored when Burney clrcled left end for a score Blushlng h1t agaln ln the second ouarter by the way of a 51 . . . 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Q it Q , . . . . ,J ' . ten vard run by Husarik In the fourth quarter Iitzmill r galloped off a 50 yard run with Jornen scoring the e tra point Bilet added the final Jewett TD on 15 yard un FTTQHIUG AT Octob r The Flu hing Orioles scored 12, 1951 34 1 on the Flushing field with 2 TD' led the QTlOlG9 WMI AT .f..NS 1n eve y qu rte to defeat New Athens aohnen wit 2 'D's a d fit mill r att ck, while 111 was the sooring threat for New Athen with 3 TD' The score by ou rter u ning 6 7 Points after 1D's Hoblick, Husarik, Kitzmiller, and otaten HOLLOVAY AT FLUSHING October The Orioles, undefeated, 19, 1951 Ra lroaders 38 12 on the quarterback, ran wild ln attack In the first quarter Husarik Kitzmlller scoied the extra point, Tn the second quartel Hollowi a pass to Fitvgerald for a TD topped the previously undefeated Hollowa Flushing field Jim Husarik, Flushing' scoring five TD's in leading the Flushing ran 20 and 30 yards for 2 TD's d giving Flushing a 13-O lead y rolled to the ten from where Nester threw Holloway kicked off to start the second half Husarik took the ball in his own end zone and r n the ball, behind good blocking, the entire length of the field In the third qu rter Pus rik scored on a A0 rd g llop with Hobllck adding the extra point Holloway came b ok to score when Ne ter threw a 20 yard pass to Galucci in the end zone Flushing scored when Husarik ran over from the seven for he last of his five TD's Hughes ended the day scoring by running 25 y rds for the final six points to make the score 38 12 LAFFDRTY AT FLUSHING October The Flushing Orioles struck back with a fourth period TD to gain a 25, 1951 20 20 tie with L fferty to enable them to capture the Eastern Ohio Six Ian football 1eague's South Division Championship A pass from Kitzmlller to Ornouski which covered 55 yards and a TD tied the game The try for the extra point was missed. Flushing scored first when Kitzmiller went through center for a TD, and Hoblick added the extra point. Husarik scored 1n the fading minutes of the first quarter to make the score 14-7. Lafferty cam back to tie it up again withSmolira.passing to Graham for a TD. Lafferty scored in the third quarter to set the stage for the fourth period TD Pass, making the Orioles champions of their division. Flushing ended the season with six wins against no defeats and a tie, 52 . 1 v ' .. , c x G v ' ' I.. ' -,-f- ' ' ' - - 1 - - A f a c 3. , Q 1' 0 A Jn A' .C I' ' FT ' J , . ,, . . . 9 SU 1 , --,, . I' n fl t,,I' e . ,W . . T . V , . . I: - 5,1 V A , f. fl J' 1 , H .. Z '3 - rn J, 5 - f ' v ' - S ' I . c S. I .. nl . , . - . T- . S ' S . L T- 53 , . Fl S "' " " 7 0 0 s New Athens 6 - 6 - 7 - 0 . . 19 . r., . . . O K ' n - '11 , . Q , L 0 . y . . . . . Q . 1 .L .1 " ' p .- - S + . . . . . I . L 0 . . A can . . Q - . . . . . - L C Q. A . a. , 1 1 1 o . . . 0 . A . . . ' o. . . 0 . L Y . . . 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Q . r . . 0 December 21, 1931 ter 18 16 they were ners wlth OTlOlGS at Belmont The OTlOlPS V1S1tPd Belnort nd were ag wn defeated by the n rlow margln of two polnt F u h1n l d ut the end of tle flr t u r Belmont pu hed le d A! 43 at the end of the thwrd qu rter ln the lead ap ln 62-60 at the flh 1 buffer Freeman led the 25 polnt hu r1k m d 20 pollt for tie losers and Howell E111 Wln Taylor wer clo e beh nd wlth 16 each ih re rrv lo t the11 L me 45 January 9, 1952 OT101GG at Lafferty ihe FlUShlHF Orloles xon thenl fl t p me wav frtm hore by de eat lng I fferty 64 54 Hu arlk netted 26 pO1Ht to le c ln the cor lng The qu rter cores were llTSl quar er, 21 17 w th Lafferty leadlng, nd lafferty led ag ln t the half 38 33 Flu hlng came from behlnd 1n the 3rd qu lter to tele the lead 46 44 The Orloles than outscored Laf ferty ln the le t ou rt r to t ke a 64 54 vlctory L f erty's reserves took th lr game 26 17 Flu hing vs Holloway January The Blushing Orloles won a thrlller from holloway by a score of ll, 1952 40 39 lhe quarter Core Kere 13 7 wlth Holloway load1np,and al o Holloway leaolng 21 19 at the half 'he Or tl wuslfd ahead 1D th thlrd cu rter and tuyeo tHPT6 the re t of the w J Husarnk nd Brokaw leo the wlnner wuth 14 and 13 polnt ,ectlvely The IGSGTVG game wa won by Holloway 43 41 1n t o overtlme peruods January 15, 1952 Hu arlk made reserves won January 18, 1952 The llushlng ht Plea nt scores ere Orloles Wlth 26 and 22 January 24, 1959 Orloles at Nex Athens The Orloles made lt three ln a row by defeatlng New Athens 74-48 30 aolnts wlth Howell clo e 1th 24 The Flu hlng 32 27 Mt Pleasant at llushlng by def atlng qu rter e Hoxell led the rvc won 47 16 Or1o1 won themr fourth g me 1H 1 ro 68 53 Flushlrg led at the end of all 20 10, 35 20, and 47 36 Husarnl nd ponnfs resoectlvely The Ilu hlng re Flushlng vs Lafferty The OY1019S lo t a 44 42 ove tlne thr11ler to Lafferty on Flush 1ng's court L ff rty wa ahead 9 3 at the end of the f1TSt qu rter, 24 15 at the h lf, and 31 25 at the end of the thlrd quarter Flu hlng came from beh no to 5 ln a 42 42 tle at the end of the r gular tlme La ferty ge1ned control of the bell 1D the overtlme pcrlod and Nfrozen lu untll SmOJ1FH made 1 bucket w1th 5 seconc remalrlng Az 1l1on lec h wlnner wlth 17 polnt husarlk and Howell mxde 13 polnts each for Flushlng 54 . n .11 ll . . . - I 1 , 1 1 .1 ., J. 1. . 1 Ei.. , 1 fl... 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L 6 TQ S S, , E 9 Orloles vs Bethesda Jinuary The Flushlng Frlol won a 57 55 thrlller from +he Fethesda 29 1952 Panthers Husarlk raced 1D to wake the W1D11HF b ske+ wnth only 15 econd left to ,lay HUS3T1k rade 16 nclnt for + e wlnner whlle Tavlcr and How 11 rade 15 each Howell ni Vreen led + lo ers flth 2' and 15 polnts zesne tlxelyt lhe fdirter eo es were flrst quarter, 19 13 wlth ilu h1nP 163dlUg h fTlOlPS :ere st111 aread at the hal' 32 L Clloles wluened the narvln one polrt to keep a A8 39 edge 1n the thlrd quarter The Panthers rallled to paln a 5 55 deadlcck be'ore du ar1k's shot ended the game rethesda's reserves won LO 31 Flushlrg v holloway January he 0r1o1e lest to the Holloway P31lTO8d8TS 69 51 lhe ter g 1, 1952 11lFOiOSTS get off to a 12 P 1 ad 1U the f rst ouar+er ro rere never dg31H headed Iltzeerald and Fob Crawford collected 19 points each HUSdT1P netted the ane amount for the uTlOl6S qhe rollovay ze erves wen 29 25 Eelmon at Flushlng 5, 1152 the 11u hlng trlole wlth 25 and 22 elnt respec Jvely e blushlng re erv won 3A 52 PlUSh1Dg at Onlth Townshlp february lhe 0r1o1es won a 19 11 vlcterv a Tavlor turned p the 9 o1n 8, 19 2 Lhe ouarter cores were 10 5, 19 9, 19 11 lhe e were no scores 1D the fourth Quarter lltshlng at Hopedale February he 0r1oles f1U1ShGQ thelr regularly s heduled ea on by downlrg 11, 1952 Hopedale 48 A7 Husarlk netted 33 rolnts to tale SCOTlHF honors of the nlght he euarter scores were flFSt GU rter 11 9 eeond quarter 31 23, trlld quarter L8 36 0r1oles at Centervllle rebrudry The 0r1o1es nlayed 1U thelr lowe t CCT1Hg 5 W of the season and 8 1952 came out on top 19 1 The 0r1o1e not off to 1 10 5 lead 1U the f1T5t quarter and nu hed the score to 19 13 10 ine ecord quarter The lest of the way th ball was lH the deep 1ree7e er ervllle cor one ileld Foal 1U the trwrd quarter lh t w s 11 th corwne rhelr was lxylor burned the nets wlth 9 polnts to p ce the W1HHkPS he Orloles reserve won L3 30 55 . , , , . . 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Flu klng t Hopedale February The 0r1o1es flnished the regul r season by defeatlng Hopedale 1 , 1952 68 47 The Orloles were ahead t the end of all the quarters by the scores of ll 9, 31 3, 48 36 and 68 47 Jln Hu arlk led the wlnners wlth 33 no nos LP1OL s Va Bethesda.at ot Cla1r wllle February The OTlOlC , after draulng a flTSt round bye, lo t to the Beth 20, 1952 esda Panthers fl 60, as Green dropped 1n 26 polnts for the w nners Koch r was close behlnd wlth 22 DOlDt Husarlk and Taylor led the 0r1oles wlth 2 DO1HtS each The P nthers led at the end of all the quarters by score of 20 11, 34 30, and 56 49 February The 0r1oles won the consolatlon trophey by defeatlng Lafferty 23, 1952 53 36 The 0r1oles led at the end of all the quart rs by scores of 10 7, 30 13, and 43 23 Howell made 23 polnts for the wlnners and Husarlk close wlth 20 polnts F-CLUB The F-Club is made up of any boy or girl in high school who has made a varslty letter in the four years of h1S hlgh school The members are Lewls Adams Orland Bethel Allen Brokaw Gary Dale Jo eph DeClemente Ulllis D10 1 Vary mllzabeth Grimes Richard HHTTIS Eddie Hennen Grady Hughes Fred Hughes James hobllok Carter Howell Rob rt Huffman Donald Humphrey James Husarlk Margaret Jackson Vllllam Johnen Leroy Kltzmlller 56 Jame s Landon Davld L1tt6D Jack Lynn Robert NHT1nUCC1 Raymond Ornouskl Frankl n Ruzek R1ohard Shlpley Chnrle Taylor Shlrley Van Curen 1 s.' a ' ' , . a , ' 2 . - . . 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'lskfp F,Lu, h' sf FWHMMJEU4 Flrst Row Tames Hob11 ck, Ulmzm Jobwen, Tames Husarlk, Lerov lx1'C7UU-llel' Lewlb Adams, Ravmond Ornouskl. Second Row beach zorlch Yrod Hughee, Jamos Iendon, Frarklln KM79k, Gar Uwle, Ilo d BroYn Rfbert MdTlDUCC1, Honert Eui wav Manwger. Thlrd Row Grady mughes, Joseph DeClPrento, C rtor howoli, Dovld Lltten Berny ourglno, Vllllc DlOul, hmrager BAQY TBALL 1 N Flrgt Row Robcrt Marlnuccl, illlam Iohnow, J e hu.ar1k, Kllen Brokaw, navmood GTUUUQK1, uh rleo Taglor. Secono Row Colcb LOLWCQ, Leroy nitzwlllor, GarJ Hlnnoo, Cartor ho'D Tulrd Row ll hard PHTFI , 1Qn1ger, Herbert Gooseot, Jack Lynn, 1HH8gCT Hllllo D1OQ1o BAQTE LL oAN FlTSo Row Gary Dale, Daw d Intton, dan farnell, 1117131 Johnen, Charl o lavlor, Robe t pG1IClok1 Secono How Co ok ZOTlCl, Vo Wo, Cur moo Toxcoo, oerqld hoat , L ww Aiams, raoy ughoq, J noon D6Ql9l8DtG, FTQHk11D Ruzek M nagor. 60 . . . . U. . . V. . u l f .. '. ... . A N .LA L . ' L J , . . 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T' as' 3 rm .lu I '41 L"'1f ,X SNAPS 1 A freshman quartet, 2 We'r'e so happy, 3 Happy sophomores, L+ I see you, 5 some more freshmen, 6 A pyramld, 7 B11l's plcture 8 aophomore qumtet 9 Gentlemen be seated 10 Some more sophomores, 11 D111 and the eoaches, Jurlor food dlstrlbutors, 13 Waltlng for what" 1h bmlles 15 l'm ready, Ice eream speclal, 17 Here we are Q 62 - . 5? Q , -3. j ' ' 'L -' f K , ll - . .4 , A ' Q 5 ' 3 'lf I . A Y, ,.. 14 . 6 l -Q. 'Qi'-N ' . il' er , - As l V L. J' - A 1, A . .gs " X , 41' 3 -o..,,- ' is " ' " xr- " A - 4, 4-v V ' 1 s ' , 1 sy 3 "' 1, -e A - ' . - 5 I -1- It .Mg 9 . 1 Y I.. s s 'K 1 ,X f- ' '-", 'H u. -X gn . r ', il l ' s . as , , 1 3 ,fp . 1 . ' 1 1 V if , J ,H ,I - T54 1 A 1 ' I. 1 ' ' 1 xx 9 - - - 1 .1 4. ' ,. ,.--' q - ' ' .5 '31 1-is . , ' 1 - V ' t ' ,- "" "' ' A . W Mig, l 5, xx' U, 1 -. 1 1 - I "' 1 ' 1 -s 'gqieiws 1 - . x My .. 1 ' 1 :: V S L 1 ' J , ' ' 15' L 1 'A g . ' 'Q 'K if .0 ' V ' 11 'T 1 . - 2 ' 'V h 1, . ' gl Q , 1 4, W' ffe T1 ,, 7 4 Y s 1 5 - 1 - A .5 ,Q , ,A Aj ,R A v ,, J ,sz V . ' i , ' 1 Ao I 1 X it N' - 4 f 1, 1 9 1 s 2 U - ' A , J , 2 -. 4 - U . U O O I . L, ' O . O . . , . SA K . , . ' , Q I A Q T... ,Q 1- 0 . . . . I Q ' . , I I Q N 'T A TSM 'J 50x lv TORTHWT mm On f september 29, the rornh west D1StI1Ct held a X party 1U the Holloway gym The students of the WP-X JuDlOT and senlor hlPhS of Holloway, Lafferty, and rlushlng attended the party the three schools and ZEEBA members of the chcol board The Rhythmalres of Cadlz 221- provlded the dance music and there were games for those who preferred not to dance Refreshments were prepared and sold IATIN PA! Y On October 5, the Latin Club h ld an 1n1t1 t1on cart lor the new members who Jolned the club The new members or sen+ed a Tatln lav of Honow ihlte and the Smven Dw rxsu fter whlch they were lnltlated The new members wre nllzabeth Taylor, M r aret Joggervlll , Joanne l11SOH, Frances 1ll1ams, Charlot e re v, Fora Lee doore, bary Grlmes, G ry Dale, Teonard Cencula, 1alter Llttle, howard henren, and 'ally Bum, rner G On October 12, the T A G held a hobo r rty ln the gym for the inl t1at1on of the new members bor 1n1t1at1on they had to put on Sh1tS whlch were engpyed by all mecords were lixed for dancln and relreshnents were erve The followlnf wer 1HlL18t8d Ruth Bethel, Patty P tracca, u ry Cencula, Sylvla Shaw, Nancy 51ncla1r, rrnetta saf ell, narlene BIZZQFI, Shlrley farnell, Pattv rhoxpson, Lary Pllatl, LOHISP hiclleberr , Sally Frown, Dlana Jlnger, Shlrley Camprnl zl, Nrncy Burton, Connle Cunard, Pevvy Conter RULTH' JT 1TY Or October 20, Lafferty held the second 1orthwest party 1n thelr gy The students of the juH1OT and serlor hlghs of Lafferty, Holloway, and Flushln, attendee Games were nlafed and dancvnp was engoyed The dhythmalres of F8617 provlded th e cellent L nce uslc P freshments were serv J nd a good tlme v s kid by all who attended C IC mul CAK ALI The a nual rolloween narnde, soonscr t b the P F A held on October 31 The rlushlnp school Panc and tne u 11s, from brad s one to tlelve, 3lItlC1 tea xlter the oaraoe the e :ho returned to +he ,yn enjoy d c Kew lk, a flshoond, re re hxents, no tr WuS1C by the school orchestra. 63 ,,-. ,- .N. 0- , , X 4X f 1 f f I RX! N I 1 , If i V K--,:,,v?t,Q x Q- 1 4-H!! V. i, f 5... , f r : ,',"' ."x',w lx l' -QF '7 fi' TNA--'51 J 'x ju no In .3 A I 417, 1 mai, 17 . 5 , '.f I -. ,. 1 . ,www , LX -f' 1 N I r 'Q f fx, -s - " I f- jf' ink' fx k 'fgfxl IIZNV N If - x ,fx 5. 'I ,' 'I 'Nl xx ':-11 1 Q ' l , .- ., Xifl ,U f I img .5 Ln! y . gg I xl' X fy 5 x . , V 1 ,f X -. ,J, - A H t IA, ,gf E I J hr, Q :A l in I I n?,NI !,-x , Kiagx' , , e , X , I' X' 1 ff',l y N., fu " I, ' A '-, . . ff ' Q' I ' N xx X MUN ' ' j Xl X,,7 - T, ,Cn , -.N 1' . f I -l xx J C v lf I l' "' ' ' 1 , f I 'K X I '. "' V n u X K 1 1 Q ' .. v., K 1 , o rw - ' - X x X - ' ' ' . , , y ei- Q .--,,,,c XX T--x'T'f TU - e -I?- 42f"fN: 'y N-. ' v - -in ' .... , - , N ' The students were chap--, . 3-sq cfs-gh --X ..f eroned by the facultles of ----'- 1 -K ,.. - '::v ' ' ' ' f '71 S 3 PT1 ' ' - - . Qfi.-AL -- .....':. ,. I. .3 - -' O I . ' '.T -- e ' ' 'a ' L y ' ,r ' ' . x ' '- L 1 1 jj A A A K4 U x .4-J v , 7 . 2 a . C . . . . . 4 lf ' ' . 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' ' Lhe Holloween Queen, uaslne Erown, a senlor, was croAnec bv l st velrs queen, Pose harle Chlhl The queers attendant' were llen Lyrn, a fre,hAan, Crar lotte are 5, a sophomore, and rlrlev Lrlolett, a gurmor The escorts were as follovs Gary h nkes, a fresh.1n, nharles surtl , a sonhonore, Pob bone land, 2 junlor, Rxchard Bethel, a senaor SOUHO ORb D LTY On Iovembez 2, the so homores, under the dll'CTlOH of Ars e t f, ln the absence of 1 Kerr, Y ld A class 'dfwf 1D the Qefres vents and games were engoved and records wfre rlayed for dancln t Yco renorted that all hid a goof tlme The r H A D1str1ct R1lly was held at the QdTFoVll19 Alph school on November 2 shlrley Kenes e from FlUSHlHV Flph school was elecied soc1al chalrmsn The students th t ttenoed Tron Alushln, were takez on a tour of the glass olcnt and the dalry of f1PHSVll16 Alter dlnnel the new or 1oe1s of the comlng vear were lntroduced Games were nlaved, sdu re dcUClFf enjoyed and entertalnment was glven bf some members JUAIOR lfl On November 16, HThe Adorabl lmp,H a three act farce, w s Ur sented by the lU1lOT class A natlnee was lven on the fternoon of Aov mb I NCn'l L F TAY Cn Ioveuber 30, the thlro Northwest D1StTlCt party A s held 1U the Llushlng byA Auth students of the jUHlOF and senlor Pl hu oi Lai erty, Follo- way, and Flushlnr ttendln The barty st rt d olf wlth r nd Arrch led llz beth A ylor .nd Raymond LTWOUSll The nh'thAL1re, Ol sadlr provlded the llesh erts were nreraree nd solc by the band Aothels he tterdanee ol tn sc'ools vas ar e an ood tn1e ras had by all 5 D T UDL On Decenber 8, the Band Mothers of ollowav and llushlng held a banouet ln th Flushln fym for all the members of both b ds and thelr lefder nr Fr d Perh Durlnf the PVlHlD r Pech was nresez o wlth b the band me bexs After the dlnner a dance was held for the Aemoers ard tH6lT ftests Rnchard D rker's orche tra nrovlded the Tuolc An enjovable evenlne was had by all Aho attended LILL s TLLTY Cn January l9, Lalferty hlfh School was the ho f to the forrth Northwest Dlstrlct oarty Studen1s of the 1UHlOT GV1OF hl hs of Laiierfy, Followay, and Flushlnf attended he R ythha res of Cadlz oro vlded the dance luSlC Refreshnents were nrewared and sold by the Bend Mothers of L fferty A good tlme v s had bv ll who atterd d ICI LI-1 ST Fu LY Cn February l6, the flfth Northwest Dlstrwct r rty was held at Flushlng Flgh ,chool w1th students of the gunlor And seulor hlfhs of a ferty, Volloway, ana l1USH1Df Attendlng Tre Lhythmalres ol V3d1Z nrovlded the dance muslc Games Acre furnlsheo for those who preferred not to dance Pelreshments were prep red and solo by the BandAAothers an enjoyable even lng was soent bv all :ho utbGHQEd k T lwU A On narch 7, the Latln Club held lts annual homan Banquet ln t e f'n everyone cane dressed 1U Nolan fttlre A flve cotrse homan olnner was served Between courses SPlLS were performed by the Aembers of the club A l who attended had a verv enqoyable everlng 61+ 1-1 -.- - - ,, , - . . f . s ' V 'A v J 4- N U L' f Q . . . 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J ,' ' f "1 r- . - 7 - . ' Y A ' - "' .W ' . ' 1.4 as Q ,, . . A . . lv TA ' if ' .' , ' 2 da ce ' sic G1 s ' f 'sl d f th se ho env ed ot to fa c H - fl Azul . A-.IHS wer e urnl .le or L O , W DI' L VIATY. F1 C. I1 9 s G 5 - A A ' 4 ' 7 A A '71 ,. - . J' X, 'V .L A ' , V L. L A 7 .. 'T s AA cz A ' J e .. yr- . f- . ' V A A- A 1. 3 d u. . A Ac ' .A. s -. . ,-, -.m V .. A ., . , . A. l,. 1.1.4 ' "" V A V ' Q1 N L ,. ',.. A , r, ' ' . . 1 .- -1 ' I S V 4' , ' mls. . 1- 'I ' ' ' ' ' f ' , ,.L H ' , - ' . L . e . s . 5 , 2.x . , ws. , bd , a blft xr -' --A ' ' ' - ' J - All a V , L4 V . - . A . , ' 4 . X O E r . i . . A 5, u . UC. S A A L A . V ll 9 g I , ' I. C v A ,Q-, A A .. , . 7 1-.mf t-K-fn 7 , A ,. , 5, .A A. .. 1.4 L L L .AL4 " , 1, A . V, .1 A A " , Q A Q V t f IHC. S ,A 'a l I U A"'1 IA - v o 4 1 ' 6 1 + .1 'L. 1 O 1- L " . Y, . W. , X 'N . I .I A - .. Q L A. CA. Y, K., n ' ' - f, . C- o L 'Au d El A se 1 1 L1 : U- A v,r'1 A - . . F s . A. A. 1.1 . L "' ' ' .. 1.11.1 ' ' . . . . , . . . . A - - . f x -, . . . A is . . L f w wr - Q ,I . -, , . 4- ,-, . . . .L A V n A ' A ' .- , ' . 1 . ., C ' J I f' ,Q 1 ,. 1 j H ' - A. c, L , - - . A . f, 4. ,I f - I 4 sl "' ' ' , xi ' T " Am 1 - - - A , 1 - LLALJ. ' L2. J 114 -- A , , " - . -- . . , . fx .' 4 A 11 can s ' , 1 A , - I C- ' A .. L . 1 s V AA , 1 - . . 0 x ' ' ' F H A On March 21, the F H A held a candle llght servlce lh the gym for the lnltiatlon of the new members hlle Shlrley slnger played the plano there was a proce slon of the freshmen and guldes who carrled can dles A buSlUPSS meetlng was conducted and ohlrley lr1vlett presented emblems to the new members In remenkrance of the death of Dorothy 1OP1lS'S mother, Mrs DdlSOU HOTPlS, everyone sang Hhblde w1th he H As slldes about unsets were belng shown, bhlrley Slneer san? NA Perfect Day H Slldes about tree were shown whlle Freeda loore ang 'ire s A nature movle was shown after which refreshment were served OCK HLP Cn Aprll A the JuH1OPS, under thelr sponsor, M153 Campbell, held a class party 1U the gym Fhls was a sock hop ard upon h1s arr1 val everyone took hls shoes off and they were rumbered and checked by the oommlttee Games and danclng were enjoyed Refreshments were served The cla s presented ll s Campbell wlth a glft and Yenneth shepherd re celved a prlze for havlng on the brlvhtest socks Po e Inn nlchelll recelvea the door prlze everyone had a very engofable 6VPDlUg H Cn tre afternoon of Aprll 15, the members of the r H A held a farewell dlnn r, prepared by the H A g1P1S ln the C6f6tSTl3, lor the senlor glrls After the dlnner ohlrley olrger gave o e farewell re rks and everyone sane Uauld Lang oyne NORTH nel PARAY On rprll 19, the slxth Iorthwe t Dlstrlct party was held lertj, Holloway, and Pla hlng attended The Rhythmalre of C d1z provlded the dance muslc and there were vane for those who pref rred not to dance hefreshrents were sold by the band mothers T A G Cn nay 2 the T A G held a farewell party 1n the gym for the s nlor g1T1S The Off1CGTS for the COm1Dg year were announced Uanclng nd games were ergoyed The serlor glrl and rs Kerr were nre ented w1th g1fts Iefreshments were served to all present IORTH T PAhTY On may 2, Flu hlng wa host to the last Iorthwest oarty held 1U the Flushlng gym, lhe tudents of the gunlor and senlor hlghS of Lafferty, Holloway, and Plushlnp attended The muslc provlded by the Rhythmalres of Caolz Refreshments were prepared and sole ho adm1SSlOH was charged JUNIOR bENIOR BANQULT On Aprll 26, the annual Jun1or nenlor banquet was held ln the dlnlng room of the Presbyterlan Church llowers and candles adorn d the tables After the dlnner the lOl1OUlT o ram 1th Bob Copeland actlnv as toastwaster, w ergoyed Welcome, Bob Copeland, senlor response, Rlchard Bethel, sonf, en1or glTlS, sklt, speech class UWho Knowsu, ur Hltohey, song, senior boys, human checkers, ong, Everyone A dance was held ln the gym, whlch vas decorated 1n colorful crepe paper, followlng the banquet Rlchard Barker's Orchestra provlded the dance mMSlC 65 4 I 0" 1 A 0 "' . . . U . . G . q If 1 4 A 0 I S - Q . . Q . ,, ., 4 , x .1 , 1 ..' s rv f-A ' , . .4 . . ,.. . - . , . . Y , 'A 1 ' n A' a . . , , . 0 Q 1 J M V ' ' N' "1 H . S ' A' S 3 ' 9 . A ' 1 w , S v ,- , - . . . 1,-. L, -... 1 3 . , . - - A g A " A A' '. A A 1 A Q A . Q . .. . . , S A S A L ' . . P . . - O . O , L. .J A A . ,. . - . Q . O U -1 U , - Q A . .1 - . 1' u Aofin""' 9 A .L A .A Q g g ' . 7 . . I . - B J , , . . . . , . C. . f.. A D Q . A S :L .A. "' f- " H ma O , V. ,,, ,.., . . 7 . . X: xi ' -- 1 1 S . . , L . . . . . 1n the holloway gym. Tne students of the JuDlOT and senlor hlrhs of Laf- ,. - Q . . v , . . T S . A " S vc: ' . ' ' C, 4 S S , 1-N N 1 A x .. . - ,V Q . . o 0 o""" Q o o L 3 . . . . F . 9 '. V g El A , A . . A S r. , .1 , 4 , . . . , ' 'W ' 3 ' Yo e- ' f- ' ' . A .Apu -'-' Q .J . A A . . W, . . , . . . S V -. . -. I W . . I , Web 5 . ,. F . l , , . . 0 L 1 0 U . , Y 7. . . ,. . ... N ..- , I- -N . . . h . -, e ' Q f ' "' ' ,-. . - 1- . ' e 0 - A V A15 ,JF H , 1. 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X X CALDNDAR Hurrah' School starts Somehow it seems that the fre hmen' lipsticks slipped and got all over their faces They'll learn The fre hmen now Lgain look normal after their lipstick wa properly placed Hurrah lor the teacher ' meeting' No chooll T B X r fs ire taken ohirley winger a ked if anyone would want trv out for drum r gorette and pall bearer Cflag bearex In assembly hr Ritchey stooped t lking so as to let 118 Yettay and Miss Campbell carry on what seemed to be a s riou conv r ation Cheer leaders were lected and are as follows fhirley Van Curen, nary ret Jackson, and Mary li abeth Grnnes Juniors ordered their class rings In American ristory Mrs Kerr asked Dick Harris who Marco rolo was He said marco Polo was the other man be ides Colwnbus ho sailed around the world What history book has he been studyingv The photogr pher was here today In American history class Mrs Yerr asked what the spanish found when they came to america to Yplore Orland Bethel answered, 'Flies H The Latin Club met today and elected officers for the coming year. In seventh period study hall Gerald Grimes found a way for reading. He holds his general science book upside down. The world geography class was met at the door of the Qeneral science room by the odor of a decomposing lizard. In American Literature Miss Campbell's face turned a bright pink when Mr. Pech walked in. 66 x I f 1 X JZ X ' :i"' . . '.,".F w umefp- ...- Eiga' if file. of X f-H-. " .1, '3 ' ' ' I 1.3, X, , T X 1 1..5fRX'- X WI. 1. r U, 3 ,'. N , Q. 1 ,, . ' L 1 - " ex " ff! , 'ff' ' o, I ' :T H , 7 f Q1 lflf,-V , lvli ,' ' 'f x I ree. 1 I4 , fa Nr Llp! K ',' v,'l, . N f ' A--. 1 ' , ' - N1O,i XA.. ,, g.,,."' X I - , REM' ,ff .A x N , 9 X T Q Y . I , . . . ' . . . A S - S . I O S E ' . ' ., ' ' S I ' s . ' . s , , - af , . ' ' , 5' 's , ' to V lull - 0 J c 1 D 7 gl . ' fx lx- I o '. A . ' . e ' s e s ' , , r e 0 0: Q ' 'V a C .U L . Z . . I . . x . 1- . t. v . Q' A . ' I' . , 1 s' U ' . ' f ' ' ' . . 31. ' . ' ' , x C1 U t Q TA' . L. 3 u 4 . U ' I U8U10TS w YL to Ianni ropavet on Elirm ooff 1 rcturneo looklng 1 LWy as lf they hee VlSlt0 if lne lnstend r Rltoley lS seen krylng Lo kLudcuff a f1rst trader at noon lrylne o c u ' Nefore khey get 1U VL 1 Choo ' hurrfh' 1 e g1n1or o a new ,enfl sxaspe r A ste roW an ffwe to the d lvlxf s+u eN+ +oda, bout safe orlv lW and ov e. A 11d not vto my n roo Pou th perlod h Deoh Imv 1 seeos ab e to flnd Patti ibvxpfor. T do u wow Fo' tue l1tt7e d sd mouse vita e llov rlbbov around ltj neck ot vvto Bob Copela1d's desi X., f 1' ss esse lS Tr do oonetnln tV1t no one 'WS te ac ooYp nsoe e lS o o ee e glsls no C fu from t lc Coon Lock At moo Lr ZOT1C1 w o en 1 xtL o To o U ha ergeo Uo on lm 1 . e ei Q e eoL7 w Cballe C rts ln H a L, HMew come amd ren ao buk f1Tblb goes or fOlC L lt ol old Rome w Q seem toned as +ho me a Cl b e oefs nent rom . flr 1 L r. Rltole, alvass as f Vlrl wait oz r every Lorday n FTldQ Q 1 o ocvmlnrltw Js 1 t she w ftlng to c Loo lr e pnn Mrs Keir has d9CldGd C cell kennetr Shep rd Hmellle' ce ne ,wers .o ell na es. o ulo S vefL scnool Lodaw to esLeno tie Son olserv o Y 10 All? new c uole lS B1lW ClQSWn 1 6 no e Inf blcholli we very orlgwi uo,o outflts, seen tookx, .ere Worx bf Phe L. members 67 . D , .ee , A , , A . . U . , . C1 .f .5 L A 1. .. QL. ,, J rl I Arty. 1. G37 3 . . ,i 1 . , . . , W. . A A 31 g. , . H, so ,,o tzs V 1 , 7 , . Q . ,L 7. .A F- . H m ' Lx . L V , 1 .". , ,. a .J - ' ', .. . ' , ' .L f t g L t,eJ s - ' , . U,Q1 S 1 Y V' ' ' . . -- .-N ' r,. M 1 - L Q o . ie-- 1 oh , EQ . ore Pat ,i s,-' ' o P' 'T, . C--,S ,-' V 2 -'s . ' ' - '.gs .. also s'o'e6 'tgp i ' ' '- N.: - -- ' ,- b ' L 1-. , i,L L 1 . L - . P '. , 1e'e ' so Lo 1 ' F! , ,, .A pl A ,, . 1 1 ' : ' .. ' S. . Lu A. . L - Go J . th ,e 2 . ' ' O 1, ' r 7 , f 'I' , ,, -- . . - .. '.U,V'l 5-K '. af' f ' X I xi I ! 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They are using hair rinse on taken a liklng to the freshmen g1rls Miss Campbell,do you know how Mr Pech's hat got on your desk? Mrs Bethel on the day after the report cards are given out 15 seen comlng down the treet carrylng an axe Now lS there any reason why she would want to protect herself? Does Gerald Cecll hav 1 secret fr1end who calls h m every cay before noonV Vented To know who took the JUD1OT boys shirts and tied them into knots whlle they were pla11ng ball Candidat s fo1 the Halloween Queen were elected today Thev are as follows Freshman llen Lynn, Sophomore Charlotte Gregg, JuD1OT Shlrley Irlplett, and Senlor Maylne Brown No school for teschers'1eet1ng Group plctures of clubs a e taken Everybody H ppy because of the win nlrg of the Chanpionshlp Max1ne Brown was W8Sh1HW remarks, Hfhe next thlng Nax1ne Brown was elected parade XJ' fr .Z Eff If of the South D1vis1o of Eastern Ohlo V tbwll her glasses at the water fotntaln Mr Bethel you w11l be dO1ng 15 takln a bath 1D lt H Ialloween Queen Sh 15 to be crowned at the Tim Lendon, d1d you f1nd your little lost brother last nlghtq FHA dele gates left for the rally at Barnesville this HILGTHOOH Dorls Baller, where 1 the state of Herbert Gos ett whlch kenneth Shep herd was talklng about? 68 A I . . . 0 . . 0 . . . 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' H . 0 8 a . 4 . . . r S n , . 0 O e o Q S g - o 0 ' 0 o. 3. o B7 H I NO Q Why were there so many students ln the library first period in the morning? lt couldn't be that they were using the l1brary's gas stove? What g11ls would llke to know about parking when Don Humphrey asked Patrolman Jaknxas at Farmers' Institute todayv Junior play cast gave farewell party to Shirley Singer who is going to Australla next month' Farmer's Institute today Mr Ritchey has been hiding the erasers in hls desk Doesn't he trust us? Everybody 15 hoping we w1ll w1n tonlght Pep meeting 18 held Bad day today eleven h1gh school students were missing Our trophy of the Southern D1v1sion of Championshlp of Eastern Ohlo arrlved The senlors seem to be trying to beat the Juniors' record of how often they stay after school Nancy Kacz.arek, why were you on your knees 1n front of the door at the second bell after Am rican history? Didn't you think hrs Kerr would let 5ou out? Junior Class Matinee Juniors lost star playe before matlnee Any one finding a l1t le kitten who answers to the name of Albert please contact B1ll Cleslelka or junior class members Wonder why the jUn1OT play cast 1S going around 1n a daze? Glrls' chorus seems to have as new members three senlor boys They must engoy music very much so interestlrg durlng his English class? Sophomore class has largest group of Jun1or Red Cross nembershlp and also has trrned 1n lar est money contribatlo Total was S32 92 and 23 Uhoopee! Thanlsglving Vacation' B111 Cleslelka ln Amellcan hlstory class stumped everybody on his question, 'Uhat did Lewis and Clark call the Columbia R1V6T9u Sally Jo has come up with an amazlng fact durlng her talk 1n English class She stated, UMW talk is about the death of Caesar He d1e U Congratulations, Rlchard Bethel and Bill Ciesielka,on becomlng famous sc1ent1sts on your recent discovery a new substance whlch no one knows what it is or low it can be used, After read1ng the first edition of 'Sophomores' Reportingn, they decided they had some luture jounallsts 69 30 Everybody is excited over the Northwest Party tonight. We play hosts 3 L 21 to Holloway and Lafferty. I xx7,.fS ext- bf"-11 Sf ' ' 2 Q .3 0 ' 90 0 fpqqx VA4 it ,fox ,gm Will' X '---f--1:51. 3' Barbara Nolan wanted to know who won the Civil War. Is she from the South? f Winners of the Soil Conservation Contest were: First - Helen Bethel, Second - Nancy Kaczmarek, and third -- Orland Bethel. Senmors and freshmen seem to be excited over Christmas,for they say Santa Claus 1S golng to V1S1t them My! My' Mary El1zabeth Grimes must be really enthusiastlc about Lat1n She even found lh class recllnlng like a Roman What's this about Rose A n Mlchelli havlng a date wlth a certain Pollo way boy on Saturday nlghto hr Rltchey and Marlene B1zarri were surely playlrg an excltlng game of tick tac toe ln second perlod study hall Our thlrd game of the basketball season tonlght Good Luck boys' Amerlcan hlstory class enjoyed a toplc ln Cur ent Events It wa about mlstletoe WF5 do the sophomores want to know about Mrs Kerr's famlly tree? Do they want SOH6th1Dg to blackmall her w1th9 Everybody 15 9XCltCd because e were let out early ln the afternoon hurrah for snow' mveryone 1S preparlng for Chrlstmas vacat1on o 21 Snow vacatlon Three cheers for old man wlnter' X fm- if K' 19 to 31 ChT1SlmBS vacatlon K fffgprpy, 2 " 4? lY'ilAf 54,63 'fx X! fy, 70 5 Q. . . . . . - . 6 ' ' C ' . is A I 7 n . - 10 . . - 1 . , .I - . . O ll 1 ' . " ' . . 12 Q - , - - T Q . S C l3 1 V , ' L . . . 0 14 I . . 'IA v . - U - F, . . . . . l7 . ,, , S' lf. -I-I a . 1 . N, 'ggi ,-x.-- F,-NL N. - - ' uf- ai ' L- " tu, A ' 'l 'vi X fy --. Q 'L f , 1 K jf, ' -Zh I f 1 ,' X 2 - ,J X 1,14-7.0 -J """j Q7 T'7'f t1,flf" , ,efgil "Ifl'f .I 'v.f,,' f be-'e"' "y1ff',,f f ' . . f V , r .1' '- f f rf- ' ., ff , ,' f' 2 ' 'f f -1 ,ff ,fl ' ' . f ' ' f . ' ' ' f. xl,-.', , , I 7777, ' ' r,".f' L, 47 1,4477 I 'Jw , W , f - A , l to 8 Chrnstmas vacat1on,also a new furnace was lnstalled School b gl s after a pleasant vacatlon Bob Copeland has found a new Tlght at the flrst red llght ln second year Engllsh class Ou0St1OD whether onl is alJ route to Cinclnnati He says, Hfurn Good advlc lob Grady Hughes cane un 11th the puzzling SOI' adn' 1. O11 The pep meetlnp was oulte peppj today Bin game tonlght We play Hollow J Photovraphers from mlNBS leader were here to photograph our basket bull louder 1 l p 1 r hlttal r, ou r 1 t r rt at ollo at c l Snlrley Trown has qu1te a Evervbody lS trylng to do Everjaody 1S golng around knowl dgeo Exams today Glum f ces on some students as tley care from the number of fans At last count there were some last m1nute cr nmlng or exams holdlng thelr heads Trvlng to nold too much 8X8.m rooms Harder th n they expected? Bob Copelami an oun e to tb 3UD1OT class tlat he had as'ed Mr Lethel for a Cate ior +10 wunlor party A few student have oegun to call the hall their sittlng room The tvnlng, sennor, ard JUn1OT rooms were too cold this mornlng class Heater dlscussion QO1HF on 1D the freshman room duflfg CtlV1+y Jim Hobl1ck wsled to speak to Bob hTTlDUCCl waxt to speak to hlm lhat lnformatlor was Rose Ann llCh6ll1 trtlng Husar1k wher she esled Y m, HUell, d1d you or Jlm Landon has declded that he want to study for period But Bob d1dn't s er to to g t out of J1m d1dn't you9' out of Lose Ann's books The reasol lS that he says Rose Ann seems to get more out of her oooks than he does Pete ith furnace co1pany's worknwnl has seemed to att cte quite a crowd ol pirls s1nce they heart ne's single nd has a new car Miss Campbell asks HUhat are saddle bags?H Vxrglria Holloway answers, mlhy that's the thing that goes on the back of the horse.n 7l . .. . G . O ef n l . 0 I 1 I ' ' ' u - .1 , . e n . , . 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' ' 31 Ronald Kirkpzztrick wonders if the Juniors get to eat at the Junior Senior Banouet X Tlx' V04 At' P743 5 5 LY! t .,, l- Jane Tracz1k got so int rested in an lmexican h stori rovie that she got her foot caught in a chair and had to remove her shoe to get it out In t'rirf Balbara Nolan Iter mumbling to herseli akes a 11 t le and says di rustedly, UJust ter I learn to spell Janu y 1t's February In fourth peiiod study h ll Lewis Adans warts to tale the ei h eat in th last ow eal tie w ndows roor Lew1s,d dn't e know the e was only seven seats there? and Fred uvhes won St te Patrol an Jacknlas was here to talk with the driving class Shirley Camp nizzy xhere Cid you g L tlose lov ly pajamas yfu were nod elilg todiyq Joanne Gibson keeps t lkirg about a certain boy o Iolloxay ulo plays on the r serve basletball team His n me is Ray Miss Campbell has decided sore of he Juniors need he ring aids since they never Fear the quiet bell Allen Bro'aw las found a new definition for th hoof and mouth di ease on chickens e says they bite their feet ard get it Has anyone een a left hand monkey wrench Iibby iaylor is looking for one for llen drokaw St Valent1ne's day So1e girls lave oeen going around in a daze Have they been sent Valentines by someone9 In irst vear Latin class Marlene Bizzarn is called upor by Mis nrter to transl te 9 sentence Sue say , Nlo, call cn Patti homoson she knows it H hrs Irter t e sks, 'Ha ratti been doing it in class when she should have b en l1sten1ng9N narlene answers, Oh' Patti has been listening with one ear and vritinn with the other ' Amazing! In band practice three illustrious clarinet player decided they would add more to the band lf they sang he won er how it came out 72 - 0 f ' 'V w .xi kr, N 1 N f f 5 Am I wi f 'V . ' f 5' -li u KY . I' X ,x 'Z fx ." . L! , I, I I X N kk P f i V I Ir , Xdf Q ,- X 52 I 1 dr ' ,Q . . . 4 " .si V' 'A I H . . A , i 4. ' 0 YJ .3 ' at . "Q , .- ' m ' l'SL07 U L ' af' ' - .ar ' -" A -L - ' V am 1' 1- '1 IJ ll ,IJ ' S ' e - r - n ' 1 wi. . ' ' i ' h ' L1 T n Y . Junior and senior boys competed for the trip to Cincinnati. Lewis Adams - H.Q . Go - I1 . ' . "' . I ,.- I". . . Y ,G I' 'l S... L. I A lx .N ln "' 'r . . ' . - a .', 1 , ,u ' Cr m I Y 'E , e. "c 2 . ' e ' f . , .. 'Q in . . rA. l. . 1 , . ' . , . 5 1 - ' f ' I is . . 's, . U . . ., . 0 An ll 1 5 f S - 4 . ,' f U ' ' J , , A . , t. U. Q V1 , . J .G Y . . 4 'ii D 7 , f' , ' ,' . . . n u ' -' A L 1 1 0 , . . Cl S -' , , I "1 4- . . V . I 1 n a 'I s ' , ' , H ' ' A G ' ' U 'x' h ll . ' Q . . . I . . . , , ' ' " cn 0 c.. A . . S ' . . , I , . Lat1n Club met today to decide on the annual Roman Banquet Blg excitement, we play tonlght :Ln the tournament at St Clairsville We oppose Bethesda Mary Ellen Wllson why did Mr Zorlch want you today? was lt because you had his coat? Good old George' CGeorge Waslungtonj No school! Had a very lnterestzmg entertalner at assembly today Marco Rayea Margaret Jackson was chosen as the outstanding cheerleader at the tourna ment Our trophy for Consolation prize 15 quite moe State Inspector of Schools was here today, Som of the students were rather nervous when he visited the1r classes D1d the Dr1ving Class finally decide whether or not there was class" The band, basketball, and junior pictures for the annual were taken World Day of Prayer bbeting was held ln the gym for the Sth to 8th grades and hlgh school students N9 Mff f at 4 XXX x , LL f 7 First S1211 oI'gpr3.ng" Miss Campbell is seen trying to give Ui-' Pech a candy bar Wonder why Shirley Yarnell, Vearl Elerick, and Richard Bethel were so lnterested 1n the Gyps1es' program at assembly today' School was let out at l 15 today for t ose who were to attend Bill Gregg's Funeral The Oh's and Ah's heard in the junlor roomwlm caused by the arrlval of their pictures for the annual what informatmn did Margaret Somrville have that Mary Elizabeth Grimes w1shed her not to tell today at noon" First day of class tournament at noon Sophomores won over 7th and 8th grades Ronald Kirkpatrick had a hard time looking up a word 111 the dictionary until he finds that it is a Latin dictionary '73 ' e ' ' ' e e s . , . . . . ' . . . . . . o . I e . e e . Y - . . I . - '1 ,NJZX1 'ii lf, , F ' ' .1 . , jf K " M yvxnx ,f X 'xy r, X I in HW I x . N f - ' , ' r I! v 5, 1,1 KX 'Jig ' N, 534 g- - X61 -x,' X 1 X X L" ,X If If ' - E V -r K X flflxxy I --. - , ,2- , X I ,. A X, M I r ,ga , ,W - "1':'4x5A J'-N' ' '5' .. ' cf ff 'lv , -I' H 1 My . -J .3 4 -Af , .l Y..-l tee-.-N - o I 0 0 0 0 s 12 3 1 Freshmen defeated seniors at class tournament at noon. Although it is leap year, Allen Brokaw is seen on his knees in front of Libby Taylor. hall during noon hour. An interesting conversation is overheard in the you?N He answers, HOh! Miss Campbell meets Mr. Pech and asks, nHow are about half. And how are you?U UGh1 about half.H answers Miss Campbell My! What's wrong wi th the other half? Junior are beaten by sophomores Shirley Sin er decide not to go to iand practice toda miter Rosiland tewart convinces her it is Monday sophomores win tournament after a fi rt lor the game W1tH th freshmen Mrs Kerr announces fter the ouiet bell has rung th t tie Hdatrimonial Uouru ha ended how what could she mean9 Kenneth shepherd ha decided to give square dance le ons have many students, hennetho sign of the Iirst day of sprino are seen today verycne has really gotten into the spirit Chnd how' Lhe 'ugh school wa almost empty after those a terdir Dorothf Morris' iotner's funeral left Jack Lynn has discovered a new state New Hemisphere Iew Hampshirel Mr Pech decides that Flushinb has some nice loorin i is nd teachers CNow who could he be talkinb aboutoj be a bigger Fool's t t Foo1's hi bt toni bt Mr Bethel says it is going to Night this year than last year how how does he mean Sophomores have a new place to out pencil shavings It seems to be more conv nrent to put them in Vally L1ttle's desk 'X X f I everybody is beinb iooled oday eniors are in their econd childhood or are they still ir their first? they are seen squirting everyone with squirt 'uns Jim Uunlin, what were you doing with all tlose lrls around your desk in the senior roox at noon9 Iere they our secretaries? 7h lu S W . 17 . . 3 . 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Debate in gym today on the question, nResolved, That 61BlF'AlBTiU8D c1t1lsn'shou1d bl consoripted for essential service in time of war.U State Patrolman Jakmas' was here to ou1z driving students Quiz book test wa glven today to juniors and seniors Senior voys have about completed their TIME after school for gO1ng to see Quo Vadisu during school TIME Ah TIME! who is lt that Helen Bethel 15 often seen with They say he 15 a Ken tuckian who 1S v1s1t1ng here Everyone was lnterested 1n the arrival and the departure of the Nyack students after the concert last nlpht taster assembly ohms afternoon Easter vacation Seniors have thelr I Q tested Spring is here Evldences of lt are the new couple seen haymond Ornouski and Nancy Burton, Rlchard Bethel ana Rose Ann Michelli, and Ferl Medley and.1hrtha Ray Stalnaker Juniors take I Q tests Gosh! Sophomores take thelr I Q test todav JUDlOTS and Benlors are re covering from thelrs Freshmen flnd the1r I Q Senlor play matlnee of USeventeen 13 Ter T1flC H Biology students go to the park to plant trees Hope none of them got lost Sen1ors 1n a car wlth a loud speaker advertlse thelr play C0lOTlPL books Are they preparlng to beco1e JuU1OTS9 Rose Ann Michelll is one of those who quallfled for the Quiz Book trip The 'mains Safety meet candldate from Flushlng hlfr School are Rlchard Harrl and Ruth U11SOD The alternates are Gary Dale and Betty Doug lass The chool 15 sad bccatse Libby Taylor has been slck for a whlle and hasn't been able to help brighten the atmosphere around us Junlor decorated the gym to get ready for the Junior-Sen1o1 dance be held on Saturday nlght Some Juniors and senlors are going around loollng very leeny Haven't they cau.ht up on thelr sleep yet ince Saturomv nlghtv The juniors are 1n a la t minute rush as the annual goes to the bind ers at tre end of th week 75 .4 - ' I s .' . , y . ll - O . . . . - . . . . 7 y . 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Ay .ff l 1 0 A' v' 'Y' J ,.- v 1 Q X U ' in - ' 'ax 1 Vf1 f 1 X 1, . ' . 1 511 '-,yoga ll L ' V ' ,-,.,A i . If ,'.:.f15::' 4 f A A 1 - fb 1 , . 1 K b,1 fm . . ig! w .Inj lxgi' . 5 f-tj? +J 'Ds' S':i x J In ' Y Y., V Mj iw , -Q 'E 'xV.r j 3 - ,nf , Ak 'E - ' " N A F7 ' .57 fi, L V Q J " 14 A M' .Au In K , g jk? V , f' no 'H f' ' 1 'o ' - A , . - 1f.fk.'f -- 5' 4- , .Q ' -4. . '3 V: . " Qii 2'r 5' QL. 5gQ'g -7 ' Q. ,,' QS: if '1 Y ig' gm P X , A ' 15 V A I ,,, 145' 1 12. X A, ' U IJ I EQEQLQ 7E wi f Q w I . ' . . . e . . ' . a ' . ' . ' J -1, . . . . l 91 l D I 5- Q QA- C t' J uM A C L K Mrs Kerr UYou haven't learned v ry much in my Glas 'ave JDJ, James? James Huaarik 'I admire your broaomindedness in taking the blame lik t t ll hiss Caxpbell what is chewing gum, anywayo' Virginia Thra h HChew1ng gum is what makes a girl look nice when she ooesn't chew any U shirley Triolett, who wa driving a car after two lessons, with her father as a pa anger, exclaimed, "Doesn't speeding over the beautiful country make you glad Jou're alive' 'Glad 1sn't the word for it, I'm amazedn muttered Mr friplett Doris Phdley Does Ronnie ever take any hard exerciseqn etty Holloway Jell, last week he was out three nights, running ' Mrs irter 'Brancls, what is an abacus9U rencis DeClenete Something they put in cigarettes H hrs Lang HAnd why do you consider Washington a greater man than L1ncoln9' Emily Ornouski 'Because Washington gave us two holidays, mis birthday and the lourth of July ' B rbara Nolan 'I would rather dance than eat H Bill Ciesielka 'Not me, I would rather have the chicken in my mouth t an on my feet U Mrs. Kerr: 'You know that celibacy means singlenessg now what wond denotes the opposite ?" Joella Cunand: HPleurisy.U Ronald Kirkpatrick: UGirls were harder to kiss in your day, weren't they grandpa?n Grandpa: Hlbtee, mebee, but it wasn't so dangerous. Th old parlor Sofa wouldn't smash into a tree about that timo.n Mr. Copelan z Hwhere were you with the car last night?U Bob: UOh, just riding around with some of the boys.N Mr. Copeland: Uwell you had better return this vanity case one of the boys left in the car.N Vernon Smith: nHey, Grady, if I ate my father and mother, what would I be?H Grady: nYou'd be a cannibal, of courSe.n Vernon: Hles, but dumbbell, I'd be an orphan.U 79 x X f X X f 'K f X 1 nl , .- wx 55 X X fra 'Lw9fH L fw'Q-,J f63fJg"N 3? y 7 If Mllxrsfsg liffig WU - Md' f U4 HV lrl ' 2 .lf X Mft ix., 'Q' X I 1 V N I . ra 1 ' 5 1 W " -H ' U ' : ' .' '.' ' .' ' e hu . f' u : N- ' .' . . S z . . . . O A . LL :S . . . SS .A . . 1 r 1 ' . . . ' . , . O ' : H . B : HL' M I -0. . . : " i ' . F : I! ' WI . ' . f: ' ' ' ' .' . ., . . ,. . I A r 1 a : ' . . . . , ,. . h 1 . y .. Frances willlams I can hold nlau for fifteen seconds Mary Jane Delaney I can hold te' for twenty seconds ' Mary Wllson HThat's nothing Leland held me for hours last night N Arnetta Saffells 'Could you suggest something suitable for a girl friend s birthday9H Richard Shlpley 'How about book endsq Arnetta "Just the thing She always reads the ends before she does the begln nings Dale Van Curen Hwhat kind of luck did you have hunting yesterdayqn Kenneth Shepherd nBad man's luck I combed the woods wlthout find1ng a s1ng1e hare Mr Rltchey Why don t you answer me? Fred Hughes UI did I shook my head Mr Ritchey HYou didn't expect me to hear it rattle clear up here, did you Mrs Kerr Hwhat' that lump on your foreheadou Bob Huffman 'That's where a thought struck me but couldn't get ln ' Mary Grimes UGive me a double banana split, and put some whlpped cream and n t fudge on it, too " Clerk 'And a cherry9 ry 'No, thanks, I m on a diet U Emerson WYGS, Mom, it started to strlke 10, but I stopped it to keep it from waklng you up U Orland Bethel USay, Dad, remember the story you told me about the tlme you were expelled from schoolon M Bethel Yes Orland Isn't lt funny how history repeats itse1f,H Mrs Lang Are you the eldest of the fam11y9 Nancy Burton HYes, so far ' Faye Markey 'See this comb? It's been in the family for over a hundred years U Lenora Maccall 1ni "A regular hafelir loom, isn't 1 9" He n Sita at makes th1s water so hot, Marj?' Margorie Poland 'Why, it has just been running' The excuses offered by schoolboys are often laughable, perhaps none more so than those of Francls DeClemente and Bob Slnclair for belng late Mr Bethel Why didn't you boys come when you heard the bell? Bob nP1ease, sir, I was dreamlng I was going to California and I thought he school bell was th steamboat I was go1ng on U Mr Bethel 'You did, eh ' Hwell, Francis, what do you have to say for yoursalf9U rancis UPlease, sir, I I s gust wa1ting to see Bob off U 80 . 2 c H : ll ll I .Y 1 , 1 I ' : l . ll ' ' : ll I ll : . .H ' : ?ll I : : 'Y ' S 0 . . ' o 0 . : D -ll Ma. 2 ' ' 0 Mrs. White: UDidn't I hear the clock strike 2 as you came in last night?W . : ll . U ' : ll ' . : il ' .U : .' . I A ' . ' . - -' : 't. le : Wwh ' ' ' : I . I . : nu. ' n ' : ' t o 3 l 0' . F : . 'Q' . . Q Mrs Dale HGary, you must never put off till tomorrow what you can do today Gary O K , Mom, let's finish that apple pie U Richard Bethel Uwell, Dad, I've decided to settle down and go in for chicken raising U Mr Bethel HThat's fine, my boy, but what do you say to beginning with owl -don't you thlnk thelr hours would sult you betterqn Margaret Somerville 'Well, that's life for you ' David Bloor 'What Uhat's thato Margaret "I say the reason so many women cultivate beauty instead of brains is that men can see better thani ey can think W Mrs Kerr wa givlng a written examlnatlon on European geography One questlon was 'Why does the sun never set on the British flag9 Henry Niemiec wrote Because they take it 1n at night H Shirley Campanirzi Hwhy is Miss Campbell wearing blackon Patty Petracca 'she 1S mourning for her husband U Shirley Why, she never had a husband ' Pa ty 'No, that's why she mourns ' David Whitaker nYou say your sister's boy friend chased you out of the living room the other n1ght9H Dan Gibson UYeah, but I got even wlth him I put quinine 1n my sister'l face powder and every time he kissed h r he made such a face that she won't speak to him. now U you wrlte only half a page9U Ruth Beth l I was writlng on condensed milk U Bill John n KJust before a football gamel UI hope the rain keeps up H Coach Uhy B11 'Because 1f it keeps up, it can't come down W Mrs Kerr WWho was the first man9U Gerald Cecil Hwashington was the first msn, e was first in war, firs s Kerr HOh, no Adam was the first man.n erald Hwell, f you are speaklng of fore1gners, I suppose he was ' Rose Ann 'How near were you to the rlght answer to the second question Jack Frost 'Three seats away Frances Fa1thful Ulf Heaven is a place where you sit around and play a harp, I don't want to go there,U Ellen Rogers 1hy9 Frances 'F1rst, I don't know how to play a harp and second, because wou1dn't be Heaven for those about me U WD1d you notice how my voice fllled the room9W asked Rose Ann Michelli after she had finished singing a song in a sembly HYes,U answered Shirley Tucker 0In fact I noticed several people leavlng to make room for it 81 , .u 5 VI ' . . . . 3 3 3 ' o ' : 1 -, .ll 9 5 I : I o in : I! 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THEME SONGS Barbara Polka Yen1eth Shepherd Three O'clock in the Mornlng Ten Tall Men V1rg1n1a Thrash Ronald Klrkpatrlck Return of Frank James Jeanne Leone Joe Goes Up I go down-Lllen The Guy who came back -Dorl Ballog Rogers Abbot and Costello -Donald Humphrey and Bob Women-Emerson Uhlte Huffman Muslc Goes Round-Mls Campbell I'1l See Yom In ty Dreams-Shlrley Tucler Tell Me Why -DOT1S Whlston Mrs Lang NUally, who 1S the lazlest person ln the classon Wally Ilttle 'I don't know, na'an H Mrs Lang Who lt 1dly 1n hls seat, watchlng the others writlng and stu y lng thelr lessons lnstead of worklng himself9H Wa ly HOhl Ihy you, ma'am Rex Van Curen applylng for a Job anager For thls Job, we want a responslble ma , Rex NThen that's me everywhere I've worked, when somethlng went wrong, they told me I was responsible U 'What a boy you are for asking quest1oni,H Sald Mr Zor HI'd llke to know what would have hanpened 1f I'd asked as many que tlons when I w s a boy ' Mlkey NPerhaps you'd have be n able to an wer so e of m ne Want ad ln the Home News Record Young farmer want to meet marrlageable glrl w1th tractor Please send plcture of tractor Contact James Dunlap, Flushlng, Ghlo Maxine Brown durlng a recent V1 it to the doctor's office is a good rest H xlne But, doctor, you haven't even looked at my tongue U 'Ihat needs a rest too H Raymond Crnousll HOh, thls 1S terrlble The clock has Just struck one and I pPON1SCd yoxr mother to le ve at twelve ancy burton Whow perfectly flne Wcfve eleven hours yet H Dave Iltten 'Do you belleve taat there are mermalds at the bottom of the sea? ack Lynn H unao, b there s usually a woman at the bottom of everythlng Sh1rley Slnger recelved Iewl 's glft of flowers wlth rapture 'Oh, they are perfectly lovelyln she exclolmed UAnd there's even a llttle dew on them stlll Iewls nEr ye , a llttle, but I lntend to pay lt on Saturday U Taylor How 1S lt young man, that I flnd you kissing my daughterou ow 15 1t, I a k youon Allen Brokaw 'Oh, not bad Mr Ritchey nWh1ch would you rather be ln Robert -an explos1on, or a colli Jon Bob MBPIHUCC1 A collision, Nr Rltchey Uhyo Bo 'Because in a oolliswon there you are, but rn an explosion, where are you ' 82 -4. X -1 , O -nun 1? a Cc 0 ' ' .... - F . - 's f . .. S 1 I ' c - ' ' . 2 ' .. . z ' n . . '. 1. : ' I . 9 - . : H- S. 5 . . . - o d - i : .y, , On M 2 ll -' ' . ' n ll : . T A ' ' 1 L , " ' ' . ich. ' s " I s ' a J ' : f B e s r i ,H ' : C s ' 1 ' . O -- Q . ' O I 4 . , . 0 . .S : Dr: HMiss Brown I have examined ou thorou hl' and I think that all ou need .9 V O Ma ' : H - . , Dr' 'T ' Y O y l.: Q , . . 0 K . . 1 1 tf '.a t , N J 3 . e ' , 1 , 1' : ' ', 1 1' A . ' I .U J' ' 3 D 1 r r I ' ' 1 1 .H . . . .S . A A . A. v F l- . A - . -- - . .n ' 3 ............... 3..- ' ' ' . Mr, 1 : H ' ' ' H ' ' s . . o ' Il e . , . . : . . - . U si . 'I ' : IV ll 1' 0 ' 2 H4 .ll b: ' L ' ? CAN YOU IMAGINE Virginia Thrash with black hair? Nancy Kaczmarek not provoked? Arnetta Saffell not running around? Rex Van Curen at school everyday? Joe Stefani having a girl friend? Shirley Tucker not dreaming of Athens? Gloria Corradini stomping and raging? Dale Van Curen not pestering someone? Shirley Brown being angry? Frances Faithful without a smile? Harold Roush doing some work? Mrs Kerr using incorrect English? Mr Peoh teaching at Holloway only? Betty Douglass being noisy? Virginia Holloway not sleepy? Shirley Keneske being a housewife? Carol Arter not talking about a certain senior boy? Richard Harris not talking about the girls from Holloway? Jo Anne Gibson not swooning over nGeorge?' David Litten asking a girl for a date? Charles Taylor not walking Shirley Van Curen home? Jane Traczyk going to a finishing school? Maxine Brown not talking about UMy Jhmmym' Barbara Nolan a meek, timid, quiet person? lewis Adams and Shirley Singer not dressing alike? Richard Bethel not making someone laugh? Allen Brokaw staying out of the sophomore room? Shirley Triplett and Bob Copeland on peaceful terms? Doris Whiston HThere's a lot of talk nowadays about a woman president Do you think we will ever have one?" Carl Smith HNo, of course not A president has to be at least 35 years old W op 'What's the idea of racing through town at 80 miles an hour?H Bob Sinclair UI don't have any brakes and I want to get home before some thing happens ' WHO'S WHO BOYS Loves Anyone Real Brotherly -Darned Bashful -Just Divine Heal Helpful -Desirou Ellen -Darned Ionderful My Beloved -Awful Sweet R Very Energetic -Cares Some -Just Happy Just Heavenly -Darned Han some -Just Likeable GIRLS ,--Just Cute -Fine Friend ever Romantic Real Silent How Revolting Real Sweet -Ever Willing C Real Vigorous Cutie -I Iighty Pre tty How Sweet So Terrific Mrs Cencula nNow, Mary, what is this 55 doing on your report card?n Mary CHopefullyD 'Must be the temperature of the room ' Willy Diosi went to manual training late one morning NYou should have been here at 9 OO o'clock,n raved Mr Bahorek W1 ly Why, what happened?N If you can't laugh at the jokes of the age, then laugh at the age of the jokes 83 l C ' . 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'1 : H: ' ' 1951 DIRECTORY Robert Bernowski is working at Timken holler Bearlng Co ln Canton, Ohio, Charles Bethel 18 attendlng Ohlo Northern Unlverslty at Ada, Oh1o Loulda Bethel lS working at the telephone offlce at Flusnlng M rthella Campbell is tay1ng at her home at f1U8hlDg John Carrel 15 in the Iuvy and 18 stationed 1n Japan Rose Earle Ch1n1 is working lf her father's store at Flushing John Clesielka lS worklng at Tlmken Roller Eearlng Co ln Canton, Ohlo Largaret Copeland 1S WOTk1Ub at the blrst Natlonal Bank at Cadlz, Ohlo Harvey Dunlap 1 attending Ohio Unlverslty at Athens, Ohlo Mrs Robert Ph1ll1ps Cnee Jean Ellisl and hr Phlllips are llvlng at Flushlng Mrs iaurlce Anderson Knee Donna Jean H8TT1SD is work1ng ln Canton, Ohio a a secretary whlle Mr Anderson 18 serving in the Army Joseph Henderson lS attendlng thlo State Unlversity ln Columbus, Ohlo Robert Hes ler 15 statloned w1th the Army in Korea John Alvln Huffman 15 attendlng Elliot School of Business in Wheeling, W Va VlV18H Lltten lS Arleen xallernee Harold Medley i CuFt1S morgan 1 xatthew Ornouskl WOFk1HQ for her aunt at Flushing 16 attenalng Office Trainlng school ln Columbus, Ohio WOTk1Hg for D 8 Z Constructlon Co ln Delaware, Ohlo work1ng 1U Alllance, Oh1o as a plpe fltter is WOTklhg for the Worth Coal Co at 'afferty as a truck drlver Doyle Plckering 1S WOTk1Df at Trl-state Asphalt Corp ln uartlns Ferry, Ohio Carver Roberts is attendlng Ohlo Universlty in Athens, Ohio Madonna slnger 13 attendlng Elliot School of BUSINESS in Wheeling, W Va Hrs Doyle Plckering Knee Charlotte Thrash, and lr Pickerlng are llVlUg at Horrlstown, Ohio Delbert Van Curen 1S work1nU for D Q L Construct1on Co lH McKee port, Pa Gerald Wheatley 18 1n the Navy and is statloned at Moifett bleld, Callf Henry Wllllams 15 working at Tlmken Roller Bearlng Co 1n wunaon, Ohlo hrs. uelvin Caln Cnee Frances f115OnD 18 at home on Flushing Route M2 wh1le Mr ta1n lS S6FV1Hb 1n the army James Yarnell 1S working for the B and O Rallroad at Holloway, Ohio Pobert Howell 15 dr1v1rg a truck lor Lafferty lning Co t Iafferty, Ohlo ALUMNI HT CCLLEGL John Alv1n Huffman,'5l, Blllot Buslness School, Wheellng, West V1rg1n1a Carver Roberts, Harvey Dunlap, A11CC Ann Dlas, Robert Campbell Charleen Green, James Cecll, 'A nartha Johrson, Elaln whlSfOD, Charles Bethel, Joe Hender on, Tom nrter, 'L8, '51, Ohlo UHlV6TSlty '51, Ohlo Unlverslty 'L8, Ohlo U lverslty ,'M3 Oh1o tate 'L , Women's H8d1C8l School, Phlladelphla, Fennsylvanla. 1, uskingum ' 8, nusklngum ' 8, uuokin?Um ' 1, Ohio Northern '51, Ohlo State Muskingum Lddle Johnson, '50, Muskingum Duane Leone, 'h9, Western Reserve Arleen uallernee, '51, Office mralning School, Columbus, Ohlo madonna Slnger, '51, Elllot BUSINESS School, Wheeling, West Virginia Dallas Willis, '39, Nyack, New York Geraldlne Falthful, 'L9, Howard Unlverslty Bb . . . , 0 . . . , . . . a . . . , - . 1 . 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I ., . , I F' A A 'M' 0 w n a 'V' 0 I l 5 U 0 1 Marie Bethel, '50, Women Leroy Lew1s, 'L9 Gerald Wheatley, Jack Thra h, 'L6, Rlcharo Humphrey, ' John Carrel, '51 Jack Simes, '50, Marlnes Raymond Barylak, '50 Marlnes Anny Navy Anmy , A MGFIDCS Ai PNY '51, Navy Amy Iavy Navy Ray DeC1emente, '50 John W Bethel, 'A7, Robert hes ler, '51 Andrew DeClemente, ' Robert Workley, 'L8, Harold Leone, '50, Army Ronald Ballog, 'A8, Marlnes Carl B gala, 'h0, Army Carl Haber, '50, Navy Donald D1os1, '50, Navy Isaac Gray, 'A8, Army Davld Hobllck, 'h7, Anmv Ollver hlLZml1l8T, 'h8, Army John Lltten, 'L9, A1r Force ALUMNI IN SLRVICE r Force W1l11am Luchi, '39, Amr Force Lee Roy harshall, 'hb, Navy John Mason, 'L7, Army Guldo Petracca, 'A8, Anmy dllliam Robertson, '49, Anmy Wllliam Somervllle, 'L8, Amr Force Samuel Shaw, 'L8, Army Donald Taylor, 'L9, Army Arnold Thrash, 'L9, A1r Force Robert Van Nest, '50, Navy Ruth Jones, 'L2, Waves Hendrick Brown, 'A6, Army Forrest Lee, 'L6, Alr Force Robert Lee Grlffen, 'A6, Anmy James Haines, 'L6, Army Vlrgll Whlte, "L6, A1r Force Donald Van Fossen, '50, Marlnea Clarence Roush, 'h9, Anmy Glenn Moore, '50, Anny Allan Gummere, 'L8, Army Juanlta Ch1n1, 'L3, Women's Air James Murphy, 'L0, Alr Force Force ALUMNI MARRIAGLS Anna Humphrey, 'A9,and Delbert Thomas, May 5, 1951 Frances Wllson, '51, and H61VlB Cain, June 10, 1951 Charles Magor, '50, and Nllma Smlth, June 9 1951 Allan Gummere, 'L8, and Margaret Rlnkes, June 1951 Harry Lee, L7, and V1rg1n1a Taylor, Aprll 26, 1951 Shlrley McFarland, 'A6, and Douglass Fernlund, June 29, 1951 Rlchard Humphrey, 50, and Joyce Gtephens, July 1951 Dona Jean Harrls, '51, and Iaurlce Anderson, August 1 1951 Davld Shannon, 'L8, and stella herns, July 28, 1951 rrances Kukulak, 'A9, and Lee Johnson, 'L9 fugust 11, 1951 Patrlcla Roberts, 'L9, and Jallace LaBaw, beptember 8, 1951 sara dheatley 'A9, and Norman Odorlzzl, '39, September 3, 1951 Helen sall 'LL, and FF3nC1S McG1lton, November 3, 1951 Helen Husarlk, 'aL, and Forest ohearer, July 21, 1951 Althea Holllngsworth, '38, and John addy, October 29, 1951 Jean Thompson, 'L9, and sonny Ridell, December 7 1951 Robert Lee Graffen, 'u6, and Treva vans, December 12, 1951 Vlrginla Howell, '35, and Rlchard se1de1, October 6, 1951 Jean 51113, '51, and fobert Ph1111ps, December 2, 1951 Charlotte Thrash, '51, and Doyle Plckerlng, '51, December 8, 1951 Matthew Ornouskl, '51, and Glorla Lorte, January 12, 1952 Patrlcla Ylrk, 'L1, and John Archer, November 29, 1951 Bethella Hendexson, '50, and John Halloran, March 22, 1952 85 . , . . . 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I 5 0 X ' Q L O ALUMNI BLESSED V NTS rr and 'rs Hmgh Carxln, Jr CWary Jaxe Hamllton 'LOJ g1r1, Ann Hamllton, may 11, 1951 Ir and C3ml11a, may Francls LI' an June and June 22 5 r nd Lrsa aid urs r harles Dayton CJO enhlne Flsher '28D, qlrl, Bertha o, 1951 Josenh tranres, Jr CMary haczm rek 'A6D, boy, Joseph 21, 1951 Me 14+ Lodve CDorothy John on '3AD, P1r1, Harcla Kay, Forman Gossett 'L6, g1T1, Evelyn 11TT1C13, June 18 5 John Cur+1ss CF1orence vans 'AOD v1r1, ardra Lynn, Ju y 1951 r and Mrs ugust 2, 1951 br nd Lrs Kay, August L 1951 mr and Mrs Gene Barker Joyce Grlffen 'L8J, boy, Robert Gene, August 2, 1951 Mr anr rs Charl lagor '50, g1r1, L1 zaheth Ann, upust 21, 1951 Hr and rrs Denver Kalser CDorothy Murphy 'L8D, boy, Jwme Emmett, august 17, 1951 hr and Lrs brnest Pe erson 'AL glrl, Judy Leonora, hagu + 29 1951 nr and Mrs Vernon or1J blora Mae omlth '38 boy, 1 nz th Fredrlck, eotenber 9 1951 Mr and lrs Iobert 11 on '33, boy, hlchael Charle en+ember 14, 1951 Donald FPIMGS Chaney Murohy 'L91 boy,J1mes Donald Donald lpton CD11zabeth DeP1et1o '5OD, glrl, Shella Mr and Hrs Ce1rg1 Helt Id b111ott '31 blT1, Joyce n+1orette September 29, 1951 r October Mr December xr r Decenter rr r December and lrs and Mr and Lrs 19, 19 1 and Mrs 7 1951 an 1rs and rrs 3.1111 UTS 9 1951 and rs and Mrs L, 1951 and Mrs F10 Cb1n1 'A1, 51r1, Rlta Ann, ep' mbc 21, 1951 Hobart NOTT1S '11, boy, Lance O +o r 9 1 1 Armand RG1SeF heva LuPtlS 'L5J, QIF1, J ne Curtls, Sharp Pllcher Fleanor Rltchev '29D, E1 1, Catherlne, Ravmond 1edr ck 33, bov, Tommy Plper, De embcr 13, 1951 Paul lose '39, boy, Rob rt rlk, e ember L, 1951 Jonn Iarner ftnn Holloway 'L7D, g1r1, Lo1s anne, O car R Achleson 'b3, glrl, Yudy Ann, Mav 15, 1951 Stanley Lupan fDoroth a Lendon '13 flfl, rary Josephine, Charles Jenner CRuth Copeland 'h71, boy, Charle Hampton, January 15, 1952 hr and hrs Ellzabeth, January 28, 'r r r February r and nrs Cnar an r Vern and Mrs John M, 1952 an Jo e d Bethel CMary Frances Hobllck 'b9D, Flfl, Mary 1952 Les MHHZOD1 'AL, boy, Rlchard Charles, Januazy 20, 1952 barlov '31, glrl, Karen allzabeth, February 3, 1952 Vddy Qilthea Holllngsworth '38D, boy, Robert Franc1s, Edwa h Barvlak CJean Patterson '38D, boy, Joseph Alex ander, 'ebruary 26, 1952 Mr and Mrs Robert M1Ch9111 'u1, glrl, Mary Tresa, Larch 21, 1952 86 . . 1 . .L A T.. 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On ..f ,, " u , d 'rs U 5 J I V' L I g , ,. . . -I o o 1 1 Mr and Mrs William Ramsbotton CVeda Simpson '37D, boy, Jllliam Simpson, Jr , February 23, 1952 Mr and Mr Karl Kose 'Ll cE101Se Harper 'AlD, boy, Yevin Harper March 22, 1952 Mr and Mrs larry Snyder CJoyce Robinson 'AB , boy, Jame ugene, March lb, 1952 Mr and Mr Robert Brown 'L2, boy, Richard Dale, larch 13, 1952 Mr and Mr Jame Merritt 'A1, girl, Barbara Jean, March 18, 1952 Mr and Mrs tanley Bugala 'A3 twin girl , Caryl Jean and Cheryl Jane, pril 8, 1952 Mr and Mrs Charle oimmon Clla Taylor 'A6 , boy Texoy Charles, oeptember 20, 1951 r and Mrs Jade Bethel 'L7 CGladys Pritts 'L71, boy, Jayne, Octab r 12 1 and Mr illiam Powell '39 CNorma Demarchi 'L3J, boy, Dean Marion, December 16, 1951 ALUMNI DUATUS Ada Dunlap Latham 03, May 15, 1951 Dorothy Nolan Baugr, '35, September 6 1951 Eleanor Johnson Lyle, '32 larch 8 1952 Mildred Lee fOFT1S, '28, Marcr 21, 1952 Ola Farmer Holloway, 'OO, pril 25 1952 If any name rave be n oni ted or printei incorrectly, it has been unintentional -perhaps because of lack of correct infoniation. Alumni take note: lou can help to make this a better feature of the Annual. 87 . . . . . Z. . . I -4 O 0 5' x D f ' ' 1 . . X' ' ' I s 3 . . ' 'Q Q bg . '1 A o V o V S. ' S I . ' 'r e 0 Q , ' I S 1 AL ' , . . s C' . s D f - - 1 . xi ' Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Huff '28, girl, Mary Lou, Cctober 29, 1951. M . . Y ' V Y. G sv, o Mr. s. U' ' M 1 . - . . F A , ' l , 1 . A A , l U D 9 I' 2 ' 1 ' , . , . - I1 , , . . S A ' E 1't . U- . Y . l I .- A' . A - 7 . HIGH POINTS The football team won the Southern OlV1S1OD Champlonshlp cup It was undefeated and tled once Jane Traczyk won th1rd place ln a contest sponsored by UThe B ckeye Home stead ASSOC18tlOn Her essay was tltled Ufhe Importance of the Famlly Type Farm H Shirley Keneske was chosen social chainnan of Behnont County ln the F H A for the comlng year In the Belmont B Class Tournament held at St Clalrsvllle, Flushlng won the Consolat1on Cup by defeatlng Lafferty In the selectlon of an All Tournament Basketball Team at St Clalrsvllle, James Vusarlk was honored by belng chosen forward and Charles Tavlor a guard on the all Tournament Team Jane Husarlk was chosen by the Tlmes Leader to be on the all Hastern Ohlo Class B Basketball Team largaret Jackson won a trophy for belng chosen the best cheerleader 1n the Behnont B Class Tournament held at St Clalrsvllle nach year the Rot ry Club sends two boys from the hlgh school to the World affalrs' In tltute held ln f1nc1nnat1 lhe two boys sent thls year were Lew1s adams and Fred Pughes At the DlStF1Cf luS1Cal Contest held ln Phllo on March 29, Allen Brokaw recelved a ratlng of 2 on hls trumpet solo, nargaret Somervllle recelved a ratlng of l on her saxaphone solo, and the clarlnet quartet, Frances ra1+hful, Joella Cunard, Lmlly Crnouski, and Llbby Taylor recelved a ratlng of 2 In +he a tern Chlo Band tontest held at Bellalle on fprll 5, the Flushlng Hlgh chool Band recelved a ratlng of 3 Pose Ann 11chell1 and Flchard Bethel had the two hlghest scores from the blushlng Schrol ln the JUlZ Book Contest They competed w1th other students of the county 1n a flnal te t held at at Clalrsfllle Rose Ann, by maklng a h1 h r score than any other g1rl 1n the county, won the trlp to Uasulnpton D C and Vlrglnl In the USo1l Conservatlonn essay Contest conducted by the County Farm Bureau, Helen Bethel olaced fourth 1D thls dlstrlct and N ncy Yacznarek and Orland Bethel recolved honorable mentlon There were three local Prlnce of Peace Contests thls year Out of 15 part1c1pat1ng, Fred Hughes, Allen Brokaw, and Dorls Whlston won flrsts, Lewis Adams, HaXlH6 Brown, and nner on Whlte won seconds Those w1nn1nH flrsts competed 1U the county con'ests James Iendon was chosen as the delegate from klushlng Hlgh school to go to Boys' State Rlchard harrls and Ruth w11SOH were selected by the students of the high school to represent them as nomlnees for he pos1t1on of Klng and Queen of the hlners Safety Meet 88 T . 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