Fredericktown High School - Mirror Yearbook (Fredericktown, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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There are 63 members in the seventh grade class of 1941. Thc seventh grade has participated in various school activities. The officers are: President-Ruth Swi-gart Vice-President-Carol Gregg Secretary-Treasurer-An?ta Carlin News Reporter-Phillip Smith Advisor-Miss Howell The home room teachers are Miss Denman and Miss Robeson. The members of the Junior High Basketball team are Carol Gregg and Ray Tucker. The members of the Junior Athletic Club are: Dale Beheler, Wendell Burgholder, Dale Hobson, Carol Gregg, Billy Hull, Dean Streby, Phillip Smith, Ralph Peairs, Neil Watson, Ray Tucker, George Mortimer, Donald Pipes, Andy' Wood, Harold Ruggles, Harold Patterson, and Bobby Rust. The band members are Rita Walker and Elaine Ackerman. The seventh grade is represented on the student Council by Rita Walker and Elaine Ackerman. The members of the Girls' Glee Club of the seventh grade meet every Wednesday. The members are: Anita Carlin, Jean Smith, Frances Meredith, Dela Mae Cocanower. Dorothy Mortimer, Pauline Robinson, Lucile Ault, Jean Bechtel, Monna Darling, Nerma Jean Beal, Susie Hat- field, Lucila Ward, Juanita Miller, Margaret Weller, Josephine Staton, Izeta Styers, Mildred Strong, Leta Mae Beaman, Elaine Ackerman, Mary Gadd, Betty Ryan, Betty Barret, Betty Fletcher, Ruth Shipley, Ruth Swigart, and Elinor Brokaw. . Amos Camp moved away during thc year and Leta Mae Beaman en- rolled here during the year. The eight grade consists of 61 members. There are 29 boys and 32 girls. The class officers are: President. ,.., . .............. . . . Beverly Biefnes Vice-President ,.,. jane Wiggins Secretary . . . . . . Donna Beheler lreasurer . . . ..... joan Kunkle Advisor ..............,,......... ............,., , Miss Snodgrass Class Colors ..................,................,.. Blue and While In the school organizations we are well represented. Student Council: Donna Beheler. Staff: Donna Beheler and Beverly Biefnes. Band: Jane Wiggins, Barbara Bone. Cheerleccrler: Beverly Biefnes. Junior Athletic Club: Spencer Hoeflich, John Moore, Galen Reed, John McKee, Carl Wells, Luther Wells, Donald Kinney, Harold Miller, Don- ald Herndon, Dale Braddock, John Bryant, Harold Burgholder, Edwin Weller, Charles Gallagher, Warren Colfing, and Elden Spearmen. Junior High Basketball Team: Harold Burgholder, Don Herndon, John McKee, Dale Braddock, Edwifn Weller, Carl Wells, Charles Gallagher, Warren Coffing, and Elden Spearmen. Juanita Reese and Wayne Hilliar moved in during the school year. Billy Camp moved away. A Science Club was held every other week, of which Mr. Boger was in charge. The officers of this organization are: President . ..... . ......,.............,.... , .... ..,..,, j ohn Moore Vice-President. . .........,..................... , , .... Beverly Biefnes SCCI'Ctal'y .........................,............ , , Lorraine Swalik In the eighth grade there are 17 pupils who started out in the first grade in this school together. They are: Eileen Baker, Spencer Hoe- flich, Donald Herndon, Ruth Ebersole, Betty Davis, Nan Diehl, Eileen Auten, Arleen Auten, Beverly Biefnes. Joan Kunkle, Donald Ruggles, Luther Wells, Jean Humbert, Joan Humbert, John Moore, John McKee and Bernadine Meredith. Mr. Nicholson and Mr. Boger were the two home room teachers. 13 SEVENTH GRADE EIGIITII GRADE

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FIRST ROW: Lowell Mc Coy, Edwin Leonard, Charles Ewalt, Harold Patterson, Donald Pipes. Robert Rust Neil Watson. Russell Miller, Wendell Burgholder, Dale Beheler, and Billy Hull. 4 SECOND ROW: josephine Staton, Della Mae Cocanbwer, Rita Walker. Carol Gregg, Ruth Swigart, Anita Car lin, jean Ann Smith, Phillip Smith, Dale Hobson, Pauling Robinson. THIRD ROW: Miss Howell, Monna Darling, Elaine Ackerman Mary Gadd Lucille Ault Nernia jean Be-al jyuagita Miller, Elinor, Brokaw, Iris jean Bechtel, Leta Mag Beemain, Lenora lurner, Ruth Shipley, and Margar t e er, FOURTH ROW: Betty Fletcher. Betty Barrett, Lucilla Ward. lzeta Styers, Mildred Stoughtenberger, Frances Meredith, Wayne Hamon, Paul McFadden, Ernest jones. Liwrence Lahmon, George Mortimer. and Betty Ryan, FIFTH ROW: Bedford Ault, Lowell Truex, Quaid Mishey, Roger Durbin. Harold Rugges, George Erow. Andrew Wood, Ralph Piers. Charles Kershner, Richard Vlfiggins, Ray Tucker. Dean Streby, and Billy Gleason. FIRST ROW: Mike Corba, Leroy Ackerman. Robert Kennedy, Virgil, Shipley, Charles Gallagher, Cecil Dailey. SECOND ROW: Bernadine Bemiller. Dorothy Turner, jane Wiggins, Beverly Biefness, Vfilma Bechtel, Betty Davis, THIRD ROW: joan Humbert, jean Humbert. Luther Lydia Smith, Ramona Young, Rose Marie Heaten, Spence' FOURTH ROW: Harold Burgholder, Donald Ruggles Bartlett, Eldon Spearman, William Hatfield, john Bryant. FIFTH ROW: Rosalie Reed, Lorraine Swatik, Barbar ta Reese, Gladys Wolford, Bernadine Meredith, Phyllis All 12 v Donald Herndon. Carl Wells. Nan Diehl, lane Herendeen, joan Kunkle. Donna Beheler, Dorothy Wertz, Merna Vifells, Paul Grulaausih, lloeflich, john Moore, Vifarren Comng, john Ray Shira. Ivan Kershner, Edwin Weller. Wayne 'l-lillier, Hutton. Eilene Baker, Norma Phillips. Ruth Eversole, Nliss Snodgrass, McKee. Dale Braddock, Frank BU-12, fftlaxricdi Auten Eileen Auten, Arlene Auten, -juanj. gire,



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FRESIIMEN CLASS SUPIIGMURE CLASS On September 3, 1940, seventy-two pupils enrolled in the Fresh- man class. There were two new pupils, Mary Needs and Leonard Ride- nour while Nellie Hutton, Robert Minnear, Henry Tharp, and Mary Lou Moxley left usp Mary Needs and Eva Mae McKnown left in the middle of the school term. After we were acquainted we elected the following officers and ad- visor: President ............ . . . ...... . . . . . . . . Robert Bell Vice-President .... . , . Charles Gregg Secretary and 'lqreasurer .,,.......,,............,. --.. L l0Yd Coffing Advisor .......................,.......,.....,..,..... Miss Miley We have participated in most of the school organizations. Most of the Freshmen girls, with the exception of a few, are in the Glee Club. We sang at the first P. T. A. meeting, in assemlbly, and at the Community Institute. We had a cantata at the Presbyterian Church on Palm Sunday and we also presented it in an assembly at school. The oiiicers of our Glee Club are: President ......... - .........., . . . . .,.. Marilyn Stillwell Vice-President .......,,,,....... .... R osemary Weller Secretary-Treasu er . . Marjorie Stackhouse Press Reporter .,....,.,. . .,., . . . . . . Carmin Mclntire Librarians ..........,................................, Eileen Baker Pauline Seymour Sixteen of us take Latin and we have a Latin Club. The officers of our Latin Club are: President ............,,.. ,.... . . . . . .... .... . , Marjorie Stackhouse Vice-President ...... . .,.....,....... .... . . .....,,... Charles Gregg Secretary- I reasurer . . . ...............,...... . ...... Pauline Seymour The most important event of the Latin Club this year was the banquet which was held in the spring. The Freshmen sboys won second in the basketball tournament which was held at noon. Earl Herndon, Marvin Shaffer, Oliver Cline, and Charles Gregg played on the reserve team in basketball. Some of our students take art, Jean Yarman, Phyllis Thuma, and Elenore Stringer gave a chalk talk at the Community Institute. The staff members are Marjorie Stackhouse and Carmin Mclntire. The Cheerleader is Carmin Mclntire. On September twenty-fifth, 1939, fifty-seven Freshmen entered F. H. S. ' The oiiicers were: President . ......... ..... R obert GiffOrCl Vice-President .... ......... D oris Willits Secretary ,,....... .... ,.............. . ....... B e tty Lou Biefnes Treasurer ...............,............................ Carl Baker Advisor .......................................... Miss Snodgrass September third, 1940, a class of iifty entered F. H. S. no longer as "Freshies" ibut as "Sophomores." During the past year we lost Mary Lou Oglesby, Jean Houchin, Anna McKown, and Kenneth Reynard who moved to other schools. Mary Snyder and Harold Levering decided to quit. Although we lost seven members, we found one new one, Corrine Arnold, who moved here from Butler. Our class officers were: President ......4-..... ..... . . . Bett Lou Biefnes Vire-President ............ . . . Harold Daniels Secretary .................. . . . . ....... ........... C arl Baker 'lireasurer ................................. ....,.. W ilma Gleason Advisor ............. . ........ ........ .......... .... M r . McKinley We are represented in various activities: Glee Club-Jane Barn- hart, Erma Belle Beal. Corrine Arnold, Marjorie Burson, Glenna Mc- Daniel, Avalee Braderick, Aldine Trainer, Doris Willits, Paul Wells, Linden Clawson, Alan Steele, and Edward Rinehart. Band-Doris Willits, Harold Hilliar, Carl Baker, Eugene Carlin, and Robert Gifford. Student Council-Erma Belle Beal, Alan Steele, and Robert Gifford. Library-Erma Belle Beal, Betty Lou Biefnes and Beverly Cooke. fContinued on page 401 14

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