Fredericktown High School - Mirror Yearbook (Fredericktown, OH)
- Class of 1942
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THE MIRRUR' ' -42
PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE STUDENT BODY
FHEDRICKTUWN HIGH SCHO0L FBEDRICKTUWN, 0.
"A CULLECTIUN 0F PICTURES T0
PRESERVE MELLOW MEM0llIES"
T IS indeed an honor to say
that We have the privilege
of going to Fredericktovvn High
and We are very grateful to her.
Some of us have accomplished
little, While some of us have
done quite Well. Nevertheless,
We have had lots of fun in dear
old F. H, S. and it is with deep
regret that We are leaving.
In leaving We, the class of
1942, leave as our remembrance,
this annual. The staff has very
faithfully Worked to make it a
In future years may this
annual bring back pleasant
memories of happy high school
days in Fredericktovvn.
We leave our best Wishes for
success to the future "Mirror"
GENERAL SHOP TYPING CLASS
HOME EC. KITCHEN FARM SHOP
BOARD-FIRST ROW: MR. WARNER, MR, BARNES, MR, JAMES
SECOND ROW: MR, DEBOLT, MR. BECHTEL, MR. CLARK,
Mr. George McConagha, our very
faithful superintendent, has led us
through our last five years of school. He
has done his best to rnake Fredericktown
a better school. During his thirteen
years in Frederick Hi he has served as
teacher, coach, principal and for the last
five years as our superintendent.
We appreciate your work, Mr. Mc-
MR. G. A. MC CONAGHA
Mrs. Ridenour, until recently Helen
Kirkpatrick, has served Fredericktown
School well as secretary. We wish you
much happiness, Helen.
Miss Jane McGugin has taken Helen's
place. To Jane we give our best coopera-
tion so that her work here with us may
be very pleasant.
Miami, Muskingum, B. S.
Ohio University, B. S.
Ohio State University, B. S.
Denison University, A. B.
Ohio State University, M. A.
Ohio State University, B. S. Education
Muskingum, Ohio State University, B. S.
and M. A.
English, Physical Education
Iowa State, Ohio University, B. S.
Ohio State University B
Otterbein, A. B., B. Mus.
Muskingum, Asbury, A. B.
Ohio State University, B. S. in Home E
ESTHER JANE SNODGRASS
Muskingum A. B.
English, Physical Education
N September sixth, nineteen-
hundred-forty-two, 43 sen-
iors enrolled in Frederick Hi.
Everyone returned this year hop-
ing to accomplish many successful
things. Two of our seniors decided
to leave school. Naomi Roberts
took the matrimonial path and
Bryce Kinney decided to go to
At the half-year a new student
entered our class, Dick Speaks
Front Row fleft to right,
GERALD BEALE, RUSSELL WALKER
Back Row Qleft to rightj
ORADELL RALSTON, KATHRYN
who was formerly from Consho-
Our class contributed much to
the Held of athletics and to the
many activities around the school.
After having finished our high
school career sucessfully, we hope
that we have prepared ourselves
thoroughly enough to face all the
problems of life and we will al-
ways hold dear to our memories
the days spent in F. H. S.
RUSSELL "PUSS" WALKER
Football 13,455 Basketball 1355 Mgr.
Basketball 1455 Softball Team 1355 Foot-
ball Captain 1455 Hi-Y 12,3,455 Band 11,
2,3,455 Pres. of Class 1455 Vice Pres. of
Class 1355 Operetta 1255 Class Plays 1355
Staff 12,3,455 Glee Club 11,255 Pres. of
Student Council 1455 Co-Editor of Staff
1455 Student Council 11,455 Buckeye Boys
ROBERT "B0B'5 AUNGST
Football 11,3,455 Band 1155 Operetta
1355 Class Plays 1355 Glee Club 11,253,455
Glee Cluub Secretary and Treasurer 135.
HAROLD "HARRY" BECHTEL
Football 12,3,455 Hi-Y 12,3,45.
GERALD "SPIN" BEALE
Hi-Y 12,3,455 Band 11,253,455 Secretary
of Class 1455 Class Plays 1355 Staff 145.
JEAN "SNO0KY" BOWMAN
G.R. 12,3,455 F.H.A. 12,45.
RUTH "RUTl-HE" BROWN
G.R. 12,3,455 Band 11,2,3,455 Operetta
12,3,455 Class Plays 1355 Glee Club 11,2,3,
455 Music Festival.
ELDON "JERSEY" BONER
Football 45 HiY 2,3,45 Glee Club 3,45
Operetta 3,45 Reporter of F.F.A. 35 Sec-
retary of F.F.A. 4
ROBERT "Sl-IORTY" BECHTEL
Softball Team 35 President of Class 15
Basketball .1,2,3,45 Football 45 Hi-Y 2,
3,45 President of Class 25 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45
Reporter of F.F.A. 45 "F" Society 45 Sec-
retary of Student Council 4.
DALTON "PEANUT" BRADDOCK
Bas'ketball 1,2,3,45 Hi-Y 2,3545 F-Society
45 Student Council 25 Secretary of F.F.A.
Vice President F.F.A. 4.
KATHRYN "KATE" WELLER
G.R. 2,3545 Band 1,2,35 Secretary of
Class 35 Vice President of Class 45 Op-
eretta 35 Class Plays 35 Staff 253,45 Co-
editor 45 Glee Club 1,2535 Mixed Chorus
15 Vive President of Student Council 45
Cheerleader 3,45 Student Council 253,45
Defense Queen 4.
ROBERT "BOB" CARLIN
Basketball 2,3545 Hi-Y 3,4.
Chesterville High School 1,2,3.
CHARLES "JAKE" CRAFT
Football 1,253,45 Hi-Y 2,3545 Operetta
3545 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 3545 F.F.A.
Treasurer 35 F.F.A. President 45 Hi-Y
Secretary 35 Hi-Y President 45 Student
ETHEL "EPP1E" DEBOLT
G.R. 253,45 F.F.A. 1,253545 Staff Typ-
ist 45 Glee Clulb 2,35 Secretary F.F.A. 2.
BELLE "DING DONG" DIEHL
G.R. 253,45 Band 1,2535 Secretary of
Class 15 Operetta 2,35 Class Plays 35 FF.A.
1,2,3,45 Staff 1525354! Glee Club 152535
Student Council 3,45 Student Council Press
DOROTHY "FOC.LE" FOGLE
G.R. 2,3545 Band 1 5253545 Class Plays
35 F.F.A. 152,3,45 Glee Club 152535 Mixed
Chorus 15 President F.F.A. 35 Music Fes-
WILLIAM "BILL" GIBSON .
Hi-Y 2,3545 F.F.A. 15 Hi-Y Chaplin 4.
RUTH "BLONDIE" HOBSON
G.R. 2,3545 Operetta 45 Glee Club 154.
ANNABELLE "ANNIE" HOEFLICH
G.R. 253,45 Operetta 45 F.F.A. 15253545
Glee Club 15253545 Vice President of F.F.A. 4
JAMES "JIMMY" LA FEVER
Hi-Y 253,45 Operetta 35 Glee Club 354.
ANNA MAE "ANNIE" LANE
G.R. 3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3545 Glee Club 2,
Historian For F.F.A. 3.
DOROTHA "RED" MCINTIRE
Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Head-Cheerleader
3,45 G.R. 2,3,45 Class Plays 3,45 Staff 2,3545
Glee Club l,2.
HELEN "RED" MILLER
G.R. 2,3545 Operetta 45 Staff 45 Glee
Operetta 35 Glee Club 2,3.
MARION "PAT" PATTERSON
FLOYD "PETE" PAYNE
CRADELL "ORPHlE" RALSTON
G.R. 2,3,45 Treasurer of Class 3,45
F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Vice President of F.F.A. 2
LOUISE "LEE" REED
G.R. 2,3,45 Operetta 25 F.F.A. 1,253545
Glee Club 25 Treasurer of F.F.A. 25 De-
fense Queeifs Attendent 4.
G.R. 3,45 F.F.A. .1,2,3545 Glee Club 253.
HAROLD "RUSH" RUSH
Football 1,2,3,45 "F" Society 3 4 F F A
ARLENE "SMITTY" SMITH
G.R. 2,3,45 Band 1523545 Operetta 25
3,45 Class Plays 35 F.F.A. 1,2,3545 Glee
Club 253,45 Music Festival 1,3,4.
.IACOBINE "JACKIE" SMITH
Secretary' of Class 25 Class Plays 3,45
F.F.A. 2,3,45 Staff 45 Glee Club 35 G.R.
Secretary 25 G.R. President 45 Glee Club
Vice President 35 Defense Queen's Attend-
ant 45 G.R. Camp 4.
RICHARD DICK" SPEAKS
Conshocken 1,2,3,45 F.H.S. 45 Hi-Y 4.
CLARENCE "STEVE" STEVENS
Hi-Y 2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,25354.
RICHARD JUNIOR" TENNANT
Operetta 35 Glee Club 3.
JEANNETTE "TINY" THOMPSON
G.R. 2,3,45 F.F.A. 2,354
EVERETT "BILL" TRUEX
Hi-Y 2,3,45 Operetta 45 F.F.A. 1,253545
Glee Club 3, 45 Treasurer of F.F.A. 4,
Asst. Secretary of F.F.A. 3.
HENRY "HANK" WARNER
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 15253545 "F"
Society 2,3,45 Reserve Basketball 15 Hi-Y
2,3545 Band 15253545 Class Treasurer 15
Vice President of Class 25 President of
Class 35 Student Council 45 Class Plays 35
Glee Club 1,45 Hi-Y Treasurer 35 Student
Council Treasurer 45 Buckeye Boys State
35 Hi-Y officers Camp 2.
WILLIAM "WILLIE" WILSON
Football 1,25 Hi-Y 2,3,45 Band 15 Class
Plays 35 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45 Secretary of Hi-Y
45 Cronicler F.F.A. 35 Treasurer F.F.A. 4
Snookie sent his Bob to college
And now he cries alackg
"I spent 810,000
And got a quarter-back."
Bob Bechtel was in a grocery store,
Had specials every day,
Being in the red for years,
He went to Paraguay.
In the movies, Oradell Ralston,
Has starred with Joel Mc Crea,
Where e'r she goes in Movie land,
Her memories-The Sunset Busy Bee.
Harold Rush went on to O. S. U.
Where he starred at running guard,
And when they played old Michigan,
All the Wolves were jarred.
Ruth Hobson who is dancing,
Hails from Ankenytown,
As the fiddlers bow goes swaying,
She really swings it down.
Kate Weller now is married,
All troubles she did mend,
It sure was nice to get her way,
She always wanted an END.
Belle Diehl, my gosh, is doing fine,
At the Sunset she is stationed,
She is the hostess of the land,
On liquid food, she's rationed.
Helen Miller a gay life spent
As secretary to the president,
She made a mistake in typing you see,
And was banned to that Isle of Capri.
Next is the Horse, Harold Bechtel,
Who was half-back on the team,
'Bout half a mile west of Ankenytown
He finally got his dream.
Spinner Beale now owns a pool room
At "nine-ball" he's a shark,
But when he's out of cigarettes,
His life is very dark.
Russ Walker in the navy,
A watching at the stern,
About the sea-port ladies,
He doesn't give a dern.
Marion Patterson of Ankenytown
A lbusy farmer is he,
Plants the corn and sows the wheat,
And a happy man is he.
Then came Bob Carlin so nice and gay,
For pearls he dived and lowered,
But it was only natural,
'Cause he came from VVaterford.
Next comes Henry Warner that famous
Who startled all the nations,
When they heard of all his views,
On the style of education.
Dalton and Doyle, the Braddock twins,
Took ,grains of sawdust, and strips of wood,
They treated them scientifically,
And made a breakfast food.
Helen Robinson now walks the Hoor with
In an all night crooning song,
She found that she was in Greenland
And that night was six months long.
Eldon Boner, is now in New York,
A famous chemist he turned out to be,
He mixed a little acid with some zinc,
And got a new product. Oh! can't you see.
Harold Anderson's constant troubles made
His constant hard luck pained him,
He nailed a horseshoe o'er his door,
And the thing fell down and brained him.
Bill Wilson, the business man,
Ran to his ohice they say,
He ran for trains, ran to lunch,
Ran in debt, then-ran away.
As I was walking down Broadway,
A big bass voice came roaring,
And of all people, guess who it was,
This voice from Clarence Stevens was pour-
Next comes Dale Mills and Floyd Payne,
Their business is not so grand,
For the past eight years they have been
To meet President Roosevelt's demands.
Dale Phillips known as t'Blue Eyes"
Never missed the mid-night shows,
But now since he is married,
Little "Blue-eyed Junior" goes.
Junior Tennant is now star-skater,
At the rink on Broad and High,
All the .beautiful ladies eye him,
As he goes skating by.
At Southern Cal is Charlie Craft,
His football very fine,
When he's with the coeds,
His loving is divine.
Dorothy Fogle is Home Ec. teacher,
At dear old Frederick Hi,
When she steps outside the room,
The erasers sure fly.
Arlene and Jacobine, the Smith girls,
Attended college, yo-u see,
After studying for twenty years,
They received their masters degree.
Next comes Ethel Debolt a farmerette,
Alone she cuts and binds the grain,
She swears she'll never marry,
And sings a melancholy strain.
Yes, Eppie, says shelll never marry,
And her songs they have no endnig,
Yes, I saw her singing at her work,
And o'er the sickle bending.
Calvin Corwin, from Chesterville came,
And oh how the girls did eye him,
But he turned out to be a pilot,
And his motto is, "Keep 'em Flying."
Annabelle Hoeilick is spending her life
In a beauty Shoppe you see,
She has customers by the dozen,
Sometimes gives permanents free.
fContiued on page 432
Harold Anderson leaves his scientific
driving to Billy Ritchey.
Robert Aungst leaves his clownish ef-
forts to Wilford Winand.
Robert Bechtel leaves his height to
Gerald Beale leaves his studious efforts
to the person who wants them,
Harold Bechtel leaves his nickname,
"Horse," to- Mack Vail.
Eldon Boner leaves his fashion career
to Ollie Cline.
Dalton Braddock leaves his jaunty gait
to Dick Kirkpatrick.
Doyle Braddock leaves his love of
farming to Carl Baker.
Jean Bowman leaves her witty jokes
to Beverly Biefnes.
Bob Carlin leaves his smooth voice to
Belle Diehl leaves her likeness to her
sister to the Auten twins.
Ethel DeBolt leaves her typing ability
to next years typing class.
Dorothy Fogle leaves her speech mak-
ing to Glenna McDaniel.
Ruth Hobson leaves her quiet ways to
Annabelle HoeHich leaves her liking to
answer in class to Avalee Bradrick.
Charles Craft leaves his mastache to
Calvin Corwin leaves Mickey Bechtel
Ruth Brown leaves her calm manner
to Alice Eyster.
Billy Gibson leaves his bashful ways
to Jummy Swigart.
Anna Mae Lane leaves her preference
for hometown boys to Jane Barnhart.
Dale Mills leaves his efforts to get into
the Navy to the on-coming generation.
James LaFever leaves his bookkeeping
technique to Norma Jean Moree.
Dale Phillips leaves his blue eyes to
Betty Lou Biefnes.
Floyd Payne leaves his quiet voice to
Oradell Ralston leaves her aiection
for Army boys to Jene Auten.
Helen Robinson leaves her affection
for Mt. Vernon to Carmin Mclntire.
Harold Rush leaves his clear voice to
Louise Reed leaves her dignified walk
to Jane Maxwell.
Jacobine Smith leaves her affection to
dear old Pennsylvania.
Arlene Smith leaves her affection for
the gravel pit to the other admirers.
Clarence Stevens leaves his ambition to
Jeannette Thompson leaves her witty
sayin-gs to Mr. McConagha.
Junior Tennant leaves his build to
Helen Miller leaves her typing ability
to Ruth Shipley.
Dorotha Mclntire leaves her affection
for Kenyon College boys to the Junior
Dick Speaks leaves his Hi-Y pin to
little Roses Marie in Conshohocken.
Everett Truex leaves his ability to be-
have on the school bus to Richard Knox.
Henry Warner leaves his letter writ-
ing ability to his brother, Ned.
Kate Weller leaves her "defense paper"
to the U. S. Government.
Russell Walker leaves his late hours
to the preson who wants them ,
Billy Wilson leaves his "Gupid work"
to the sophomore class.
Miss Oldham leaves her many worries
to the future employers of our class.
FRONT ROW Cleft to rightl Miss' Wolff, Biefnes, Barnhart, Cooke, R. Burson, Braclrick, Mclntire,
Tha rp, Willits, Wells.
SECOND ROW ileft to rightl Shinaberry, Pealer, Clawson, Ritchey, Rinehart, Steele, Morrison,
Thayer, Payne, Simmons.
THIRD ROW fleft to rightl Winand, C. Litt, Carlin, Baker, Gifford, Leedy, Corbin, Hillier, Daniels,
FOURTH ROW fleft to rightl Lifer, Eyster, Gleason, Beale, Gilmore, Trainer, Moree, Lohmier, M.
Burson, Arnold, McDaniel, Auten, H. Litt.
J UNIORS NEWS
On September 2, forty-eight stu-
dents entered Fredericktown High
School for their Junior year. We
found several desks were occupied by
new pupils. They were Marjorie
Lohmier, Lavon Mishey, Donald Mc-
Coy and James Grubaugh. After a few
days, trying to get used to the new
activities, we began to absorb knowl-
edge. In the leisure time when we
didn't want to study fmost of us
didn't want toj we took up sports.
Many of the class were active in out-
At the end of the first week we
elected our ofiicers.
President .,..... --- Eugene Carlin
Vice President --- --- Harold Daniels
Secretary ..... --- Erma Belle Beal
Treasurer - --- Doris Willits
Advisor ................ Miss Wolff
On December 12, we doned our ap-
propriate costumes and presented the
Junior class assembly, Every member
of the class had some part. The main
feature of the program took us into
the future. With Madam Cuza, the
gypsy future-teller, we had many
happy and interesting experiences.
Some of the characters we became as-
sociated with were Bob Gifford and
Marjorie Burson in 5 years, Ollie
Cline and Kate Weller in 10 years
and Chuckie Gregg and Coach Mc-
Kinley in 20 years. These all led up
to many amusing moments.
On December 16, all the Juniors
were wearing a smile. As they walked
down the halls, the jingling sounds of
coins were common. The Junior rings
On March 11, the Juniors flocked in
for tryouts for the Junior play, "A
Night of Confusion."
During the year Lavon Mishey and
James Grubaugh left our school for
another. Genevieve Oldaker entered
our class in March from Centerburg.
We are all looking forward to next
year when we will be Seniors and can
be looked up to not looked down on,
On September 2, 1941 there were
sixty-five students enrolled in the
Sophomore class. Ethel Strong, Ruth
Craine, and Earl Herndon entered our
class a few weeks later. Jean Yarman,
Ruth Craine, Donna Ryan, Clarence
Fletcher, Leonard Ridenour, Jimmie
Rine, and Robert Wood withdrew dur-
ing the school term. Jean Yarman de-
cided to get married, Ruth Craine and
Jimmie Rine moved from within our
school district, Donna Ryan, Clarence
Fletcher and Robert Wood decided it
would be more profitable to work,
while Leonard Ridenour had to quite
because of sickness.
After we were settled and things
were going along very nicely, we
elected the following ofticers and Ad-
President .....,. Richard Kirkpatrick
Vice President ......... Ned Warner
Secretary .......... Pauline Seymour
Treasurer .............. Robert Bell
Advisor ................ Mr. Boger
Our class is well represented in the
various activities about school.
We conduct an assembly program
on February 12, 1942 on the theme of
Our boys basketball team won the
class tournament by the close score
of 22-21 from the Seniors.
This year we elected new cheer-
leaders. Two of the new cheerleaders
wer from our class. They were Rose-
mary Weller and Beverly Hobson.
FRONT ROW ileft to rightl Baker, Morrison, Mishey, Yarman, Daniels, Conkling, McClead, Hayes
R. Smith, Mills, Strong, Wise, Stackhouse.
SECOND ROW fleft to right? Nauman, Brown, P. Bechtel, Clever, Knox, W. Smith, Beaman, Lamb
Bell, Cline, Tharp, Ewalt, Warner, B. Vail, Mr. Boger.
THIRD ROW fleft to rightb N. Bechtel, Stringer, Seymour, Mclntire, Hobson, Hulse, Bunnell, Hull
Wilson, Watkins, Frazier, Stillwell, Phillips, Ebersole.
FOURTH ROW lleft to rightj W. Bechtel, Ault, Weller, Ruhl, Shipley, Corba, Beheler, Coffing, Kirk
patrick, Lifer, Heaton, Gregg, lVl'. Vail, Truex, Rust.
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FRONT ROW lleft to rightj B. Meredith, Bechtel, Diehl, Wiggins, Herendeen,
Turner, Davis, Lohmier, Bemiller, Reed, Swatik, Miss Lewis.
SECOND ROW tleft to rightj Wilson, Shira, Bryant, Braddock, McKee
Ruggles, Spearman, Coffing, Burgholcler, Weller Herndon, E. Auten, A.
THIRD ROW lleft to rightl Bone, Wilford, Baker, Wells, Callekher, Shipley,
Hart, Bartlett, Kennedy, Ackerman, Mills, Beheler, Reese.
FOURTH ROW lleft to right! Miller, ,Wells, Ayers, Auten, Algire, Smith,
Kunkle, jean Humbert, joan Humbert, Ebersole, Phillips, Young, Heaton,
EI GH T H
SE VE N TH
FRONT ROW Cleft to rightl Shipley Staton, Styers, Wallace, Carlin, Meredith,
Swigart, Walker, Cocanower, Brokaw, Doup, Miss Denman.
SECOND ROW fleft to rightj Rust, Wood, B, McCoy, Kershner, Streby,
Phillips, Roberts, Gleason, Ruggless, Peairs, Durbin, Gregg, Darst,
THIRD ROW ileft to rightj Cadd, Mishey, Burgholder, Miller, Ryan, Turner,
Fletcher, Ward, Robinson, Mortimer, Smitlh, Tucker, Wiggins, Burson,
FOURTH ROW Cleft to rightl Ackerman, Shipley, Weller, Bechtel, Ault, Beal,
Darling, L. McCoy, Pipes, Beheler, Ewalt, Leonard, Hull, R. Miller,
Ault, Watson, Patterson.
FRONT ROW Qleft to right! E. I-less, White, Lewis, Moore, Ogle, Maxwell,
Vickroy, Weller, Crubaugh, Hoellich, Price.
SECOND ROW lleft to rightj Doup, Conkle, Lohmier, M. Kearns, Brown,
Bearry, Vlfiggins, B. Kearns, Kneisley, Fletcher, Little, B. Phillips.
THIRD ROW fleft to rightJBeheler, Ralston, Mills, Postle, Swatik, Lamb,
Lane, Darst, Ebersole, Hillier, Litt, Turner, Hartline.
FOURTH ROW fleft to rightj R. Phillips, Ackerman, Pipes, Wells, J, Shipley,
Mills, Alspach, Barton, Baker, Auten, Truex, Burson, G. Shipley, H.
This year 56 f'Freshiesl, entered in
the freshman class. Mr. Boger and Mr.
Laybourne were the two homeroom
teachers. The new pupils who enrolled
this year Were: Lily Ann Lohmier,
John Lohmier, Herbert Wilson, Harold
Mills and William Hart who started at
the end of the first semester. Galen
Reed, John Lohmier, and Robert Wood
quit school. Lily Ann Lohmier, Harold
Mills and Wayne Hillier moved away
during the school year.
The freshman class have participated
in about all the activities to be found
around the school,
The assembly March 6, 1942 was put
on by the freshman class. The swing
band was composed of various fresh-
men. It was known as the "Freshy
Syncopatorsv. A patriotic pantomine
was also presented. These were the two
outstanding numbers, with other
variety numbers added.
In the class tournament the fresh-
men lost. They played the sophomores
On class organization day the follow-
ing officers were elected:
President .................. Arleen Auten
Vice President .... ---Eileen Auten
Secretary ..... .... J oan Kunlcle
Treasurer ..... Barbara Bone
Advisor .... Miss Fern Lewis
EI GH TH GRADE
On September 2, 63 pupils entered
the eighth grade. At the first class meet-
ing Carol Gregg was elected presidentg
Della Mae Cocanour, vice-presidentg
Anita Carlin, secretaryg Margaret
Weller, treasurerg class advisor, Miss
The two homeroom teachers were
Mr. Peters and Miss Denman.
The eighth grade was well repre-
sented in band, student council, and the
Junior High basketball team.
The Junior High Party was held on
The Junior High Assembly was May
SE VENTII GRADE
On September 2, fifty-three seventh
graders entered the Junior High School.
We have three new members this year.
As soon as we were settled we
elected the following officers:
President .................. Donald Auten
Vice President .... .... H oward Phillips
Secretary ....... .... G eorge Swatik
Treasurer-- .... Ruth Little
Advisor .....,.............. Mr. Hartline
The two homeroom teachers were
Miss Snodgrass and Miss Robeson.
The seventh grade was well repre-
sented in band, student council, and
The Junior High Party was held on
CHEERLEADERS AGRICULTURE BOYS
ART CLASS LATIN CLUB
FRONT ROW fleft to rightl Mr. McConagha, B. Diehl, Weller, Walker, Warner, Braddock,
SECOND ROW fleft to rightl Gadd, Smith, Maxwell, Lewis, Burson, Vail, Ritchey, Baker,
Willits, Wiggins, Hobson,
STUDENT COUNCIL NEWS
The student council of '4l-'42 started out under the able presidency of
Russell Walkerg Kate Weller, vice presidentg Doyle Braddock, secretaryg
Henry Warner, treasurerg and Belle, Diehl, press reporter.
They sponsored all school parties, and we had several goody parties this
year. They sponsored and ran the waste paper drive. They bought a baler
to bale the paper.
With Mr. lVlcConagha for advisor, they accomplished a lot this year. Give
them a hand!
Because the school's radio and record player were rather Worn, the student
council purchased a new turn-table and a microphone to go with it.
QLATIN CLUB II NEWS
This year there are I3 members in our Latin Club.
After we got organized we elected the following officers:
President ................... Ben Corbin
Vice President .... ..... C harles Gregg
Secretary ..... --- Marilyn Stillwell
Treasurer ---- .... -- Rosemary Weller
Press Reporter ......... Pauline Seymour
We entertained the pupils in Miss Remlingers room one period with
Roman mythology stories.
The Freshman and Sophomore Latin classes had a party this spring. Each
member had the privilege of asking some other student in this school to
The Fredericktown Hi-Y club started the
year with the following officers:
President ............ Charles Craft, Jr.
Viee President .........f.. Allan Steele
Secretary ....., -- William Wilson
Treasurer .... --- Robert Gifford
Chaplain ....... e-- William Gibson
Reporter ............... Henry Warner
Advisor ................. Mr. McKinley
The purpose of the Hi-Y club is: to create,
maintain and extend through the school and
community high standards of Christian
carter. The Hi-Y platform is: clean speech,
clean sports, clean scolarship and clean
The club started its year with 27 olcl
members and a new advisor, Mr. McKinley.
18 new members were voted in from the
Sophomore class making a total of 45 mem-
bers. Our club had 3 meetings every month.
Some of the activities were, bean feeds,
went to Mt. Vernon Y. M. C. A., attended
church as a -group, help sponsor the carni-
val, and helped give baskets to the needy
families of this community.
The club ended its year with an attend-
ance party on April 28, The new Hi-Y
advisor, Mr. McKinley, spent much time
and effort with the club which helped us
During the year .1941-42, sixty girls en-
gaged in the Girl Reserve program. Jacogine
Smith was elected president, Erma Belle
Beal, Vice-president, Marjorie Stackhouse,
secretary, and Wilma Gleason, treasurer.
On January 28, Mrs. Peggy Tavenner
gave us and interesting talk about the
Scotch girl. Mrs. Tavenner, who came to
this country in 1921, is a native of Scotland.
Mrs. George Everhart gave an educational
talk on the life of a French girl. She was
born in France and met Mr. Everhart when
he Was Hover there" in the iirst World War.
On March 10, the Girl Reserves sponsored
a movie entitled HPersonality and Charm."
The girls invited the Whole school to attend.
It was very educational and was enjoyed by
The social event of the year was the G. R.
and Hi-Y Carnival which was held on April
FRONT ROW Cleft to right? Mr
McKinley, Beale, Steele, Stevens,
H. Warner, Doyle Braddock, Gib-
son, Bell, Beaman, Cline.
SECOND ROW Cleft bo right?
Ewalt, Hillier, Walker, Lalfever,
E. Truex, Boner Brown, Daniels,
C. Litt, Nauman, N. Warner, B.
THIRD ROW Cleft to rightj Wil-
son, Corbin, Craft, Bechtel R.
Carlin, Morrison, Smith, Knox,
FOURTH ROW Cleft to rightl H.
Truex, Gregg, Winand, Kirkpat-
rick, Gifford, Dalton Braddock,
Baker, E.. Carlin, Coffing, H. Litt,
Rust, M. Vtil.
FRONT ROW Cleft to rightl Gil-
more, Baker, Morrison, Willits,
Daniels, Mills, Hayes, Mishey, Mc-
Clead, Conkling, Brown, DeBolt,
SECOND ROW Cleft to right?
Miller, B. Hobson, Hulse, Stack-
house, Eyster, Diehl, R. Hobson,
K. Weller, M. Burson, Moree,
Bradrick, Gleason, R, Burson, Miss
son, Stillwell, Seymour, J. Smith,
M. Mclntire, Barnhart, Biefnes,
Cooke, Lane, Wise, Bunnell, A.
Smith, Robinson, Thompson, Reed.
FOURTH ROW Cleft to rightl
l McDaniels, Fogle, Trainer.
THIRD ROW Cleft to righth Wil-
Frazier, Bechtel, Phillips, Ruhl,
Ault, R. Weller, Ebersole, Shipley,
D. Mclntire, C. Mclntire, Beal,
Watkins, Hoeflich, Ralston, Auten,
FO Ho Al Fl .Fl Al
PYe5id'51'li ------...... Avalee Bradrich
Vice-President ...... Annabelle Hoeliich
SGCYHBY5' ------...... Rowena Frazier
Treasurer -..... ...... IN 'Iarjorie Burson
Hlswrian ............ - Xvilma Bechtel
AdViS0l' ---------- ----- Miss Robeson
The school year for the F.I-I.A. commenced with
a supper and initiation of twenty-four new mem-
bers making a total of seventy members in the
Soon after the year's work had begun, our as.
sociation was invited to take a first degree team
to Mt. Vernon, Ohio, to start them in their new
vocational F.l-I.A. work.
During the year we prepared and served several
banquets and dinners. The annual F,F,,-X..-F.H.A.
Banquet, held November 8, was attractively
planned for 250 guests and sponsors, with de-
corations of Merry-Go-Rounds featuring farm
On December I, the Lions Club asked us to
serve the Football Banquet, from which we added
Sl2.00 to our treasury.
This Spring we held a Food Sale as a money-
In April we served a supper to the Boy Scout
Council which gave us more experience in serving
foods to large groups.
-Besides our work we have had several evenings,
of fun this year, including the two Pot-Luck sup-
pers, Christmas party and the Skating party and
I-lay Ride with F.F,A. Chapter.
On April 20. several of our girls, .-Xvalee Q-ad-
rick, Ruth Phillips. Xvaneta Ault, Leah Mae Hays,
Eileen Ebersole, Rowena Frazier, and Creta XVise
were privileged to go to Delaware, Ohio to take
their 3rd and 4th degree in the association.
As the end of the school year of I9-H-42 draws
near, let us go back and review the activities of
the Fredericktown Chapter of Future Farmers of
America. At the beginning of the year the Ex-
ecutive Committee, which consists of the ofiicers
of the chapter, set up a plan of work to be carried
out this year. Some of these goals have been
reached and some still stand to be reached. But
the ones left unfinished make room for progress in
pears to come.
F. F. A. CILT CHAIN
The committee in charge of the gilt chain re-
ported that they had picked out two gilts from
the sow that I-Iarold Daniels got from the gilt
chain last year.
The purpose of he gilt chain is to give members
of the chapter a chance to get started in purebred
The member takes a gilt and cares for it and in
return he gives the chapter two gilts when they
weigh 200 pounds. The chapter pays all breeding
and other fees.
The members of the chapter to receive gilts
this year were Ferber Thayer and Harold Ander-
The Fredericktown Future Farmers of America
Chapter initiated the following boys to the degree
of Green Hand. Leroy Ackerman, Frank Bartlet,
Dale Braddock, john Bryant, Harold Burgholder,
XVarren Coffing, Nlike Corba, Bob Kennedy. Virgil
Shipley. Eldon Spearman, Clarence Fletcher, and
Harold Daniels of the F.F.A. had the champion
tContinued on page 4-H
Robeson, Daniels, I-Iayes, Yar-
man, Slishey, XVelIs, Bowman,
B. Diehl, XViIIits, fXIcCIead, De-
SECOND ROW lleft to right!
Reese, Young, N. Diehl, Ral-
ston, M. Lohmier, Lifer, It
Burson, M. Mclntire, Braddrick,
M. Burson. iXIcDanieIs, Beal,
C-Ieason, Bunnell. Strong, E..
Ebersole, Heaton, Ault.
THIRD ROW lleft to rightl I.
Sniith, Robinson, Lane, Wise,
Tharp, Noree, XViIson, R. Phil-
lips Frazier, Stringer. I-Iulse.
Hobson, Xvatkins, Hoefiich,
FOURTH ROW Ileft to rightl W.
Bechtel, Ruhl. XVoIford, Smith,
Shipley. Ayers, Lohmier, B.
Meredith, R. Reed, D, Beheler,
Trainer, Fogle. L. Reed, I-lull.
N. Fhillips, Jean Hurnbert, ,loan
Humbert, R. Ebersole,
FRONT ROW lleft to rightl I--
Coffing, Kirkpatrick. BDDCY-
Litt, Doyle Braddock, Bell, f.
Payne, Xvilson, Truex.
SECOND ROW tleft to rishll
Daniels. Dalton Braddock. And-
erson, Stevens, Shinaberry, Sim-
mons. L. Payne, Bryant, lab"
THIRD ROW tleft to righll
Kinney. Brown, Bechtel, Spear-
man, I-Iart, Burgholder, Brad-
dock, Coffing, Bartlett, Mills-
TOP ROW Kleft to rightl Miller'
Litt, Ackernian, Thayer, Cffillf
FRONT ROW tleft to rightl Miss
FRONT ROW tleft to rightj Ronk, Hull, Tucker, Ruggles, Ewalt, Burgholder, Beheler, Mishey,
SECOND ROW fleft to rightl Ault, Gadd, Beheler, M. Weller, Miller, F. Meredith, Smith, Gregg,
Postle, Hobson, Auten, Snodgrass.
THIRD ROW Qleft to rightj Kearns, White, D. Weller, Lewis, Ogle, Maxwell, D. Mclntire, Cooke,
Biefnes, C, Mclntire, K. Weller, Carlin, Cocanower, McDonald, Lane, Darst, Kneisley, ,Ward,
FOURTH ROW fleft to rightl E. Ackerman, B. Phillips, Kearns, Wiggins, Brown, Fletcher, J.
Vickeroy, Staton, Styers, Wallace, Swigart, Walker, Moore, Shipley, Lamb, Brokaw, A, Shipley,
FIITFH ROW Cleft to right! j. Shipley, Ackerman, Wells, Pipes, Darling, Beal, M. Vickeroy, Ralston,
Mills, Swatik, Turner, Alspach, Ebersole, Hillier, Barton, Burson, I... Mills.
The Booster Club was a new organ-
ization this year sponsored by the
We had our meetings at noon and
many 7th and 8th took part in this
We had a point system and 56 people
who got a certain number of points will
be active members of the Booster Club
next year. Some of the things included
in the point system Were: attending
football and basketball games, making
signs, attending county and district
tournament, and being present at the
club meetings. The twelve people who
got the most points received awards.
The twelve people were Qin orderl:
Roger Durbin, Ray Tucker, Wendell
Burgholder, Rita Walker, Beverly
Lewis, Bonnie McDonald, Spencer Hoe-
flich, Della Mae Cocanower, Gordon
Shipley, Bobby Postle, Carol Gregg,
and Philip Smith.
FRONT ROW tleft to rightj Willits, Weller, Hayes, Shipley, Gifford, Walker, Bell, W. Bechtel,
SECOND ROW tlef! to rightj B. Brown, W. Smith, Watkins, Hulse, Daniels, Bone, Allgire, Ruhl.
THIRD ROW tleft to right? L. ,Wells, Frazier, N. Bechtel, Hobson, Beheler, M. Weller,
Vail, Fogle, Walker, R. Shipley, Kirpatrick, Mr. Peters.
URTH ROW tleft to rightj DeBolt Manager, Roberts, Tucker, Carlin, Baker, Hillier.
MAJORETTES fleft to rightl Stackhouse, Beal, Gadcl, Alspach, Wiggins.
On July 8, 1941, a new vocal and
instrumental music teacher, Mr. Peters,
appeared to take over the vacancy leit
by Miss Dyer. During the sumnner he
was here to teach instrumental lessons
and direct the band. After a few weeks
of practice with the band they began
their public appearances on August 5
to play at the Knox County Fair at
the afternoon races. They also gave
four Wednesday night concerts during
August. At night on August 18 and 19
they played at the Street Fair in
On Labor Day, the band was invited
to participate in the parade held at
On Friday, November 21, they were
invited to participate in a parade to
close the Thanksgiving season and open
the Christmas season at Mt. Vernon.
The band played at all the football
games at home and went to Danville
At two basketball games they played
and made formations on the Audit-
FRONT ROW Cleft. to rightj E. Baker, Hayes, Daniels, Yarman, Wise, iVIcClead, Morrison, Corba,
SECOND ROW tleft to right! Ebersole, Phillips, Stillwell, Frazier, Stringer, Wilson, Beheler,
Hull, Conkling, Mills, Strong, Mr. Peters.
THIRD ROW tleft to rightb W. Bechtel, Hob
Ault, Weller, Ruhl, Smith.
"The Sophomore Songstersv
Thirty-two of the sophomore girls
who chose to call themselves the Soph-
omore Songstersf' are members of the
Sophomore Glee Club.
The officers of our Glee Club are:
President, Pauline Seymour, Vice Pres-
ident, Marilyn Stillwell, Secretary,
Elenore Stringer, Treasurer, Rowena
Frazier, Librarian, Patricia Wilson,
Assistant Librarian, Rosemary Weller,
Press Reporter, Ruth Conklingg Pianist,
Marilyn Stillwellg Student Conductor,
Creta Wise. We elected Phyllis Thurna,
Pauline Seymour, Marilyn Stillwell,
Rowena Frazier and Elenore Stringer
as an excutive committee.
We sang at the first meeting of the
P. T. A. We presented a Christmas
Cantata entitled 4'The Secret of the
Stars" at the Mulberry Street Method-
Stackhouse, C. Mclntire, Seymour, N, Bechtel,
ist Church in Mt. Vernon and again
at the December meeting of the P. T. A.
We also took part in an Easter Sunrise
Service, and at other school activities.
Two members of our Glee Club were
represented in the High School Oper-
etta which was given March 18. They
were Carmin Mclntire and Marjorie
Stackhouse. Dorothy Daniels entered
the Central District Contest which was
held at Capital University at Columbus,
We meet on Tuesday and Thursday
of each week and hold a business meet-
ing on the first Tuesday of every month.
A few of our favorite songs which we
often sing are: Brahmls Lullaby, Where
My Caravan Has Rested, Little Mother
of Mine, The Old Refrain, May Day
Carol, Barcarolle, Come To the Fair,
The Star, The Sandman, Bells of St.
Michaells Tower, Lullaby of an Indain
Chief, Allah's Holiday, and Trees.
"A Night of Confusion 99
Junior Class, April 17, 1942
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Carrie, .................. .................................
Harvey Boston, ....
Jean Boston ...........
Basil Chichester ......
Christopher Clute, ....
Cornea Cornell, ........
Bunty Davis ..........
Anita King .......
Jack Telvin, ........
Mona Morrison .....
Mr. Boston is a meek little man with a
domineering wife and a sweet but spoiled
daughter. As the play opens he is in a
frenzy because he lost his money by investing
in worthless oil stock.
jean, expected home from school, brings
Basil Chichester, an English fop. She will
have nothing to do with Christopher Clute,
her childhood friend who in lean's opinion
Erma Belle Beal
The scheme Mr. Boston evolves to make
Christopher seem interesting entangles him-
self as well as Christopher. A manicurist,
hairdresser, college girl, two society girls, and
the maid are used in the plot. When the boy
friends of two of the girls arrive and demand
explanations, Mr. Boston is on the spot. How-
ever, Christopher explains the situation and
the play has a' happy ending.
SENIUR PLA Y
The play 'iDon't Take My Penny!" written
by Anne Coulter Martens was presented by
the Senior Class on May 8, l942. The com-
mittee that selected it was Kathryn Weller,
Ruth Hobson, Russell Walker, and Henry
The cast, in order of appearance, was as
follows: Dorothy Fogle as Sally, a maid with
a purpose: Richard Speaks as Norman Porter,
a publicity man: Kathryn Weller as Penny
Pringle, a pretty little miss: Dalton Braddock
as Caleb Pringle, her absorbed father: Russell
Walker as Mark Pringle, her farm-minded
brother: Arlene Smith as Mavis Pringle, her
attractive sister: Ruth Brown as Lydia Pringle,
her busy mother: Ruth Hobson as Joanna
Burnett, her loyal girl friend: Henry Warner
as Kerry Harper. her resourceful boy friend:
Robert Aungst as Greg, his pal with ideas:
Belle Diehl as Gram Pringle, just herself:
Robert Bechtel as Monsieur Henri, a French
designer: Louise Reed as Claire, a pretty
model: Jacobine Smith as Elsie, a pretty
model: Dorotha Mclntire as Lucile, a pretty
model: Dale Mills as Harrison Day, a young
The entire action takes place in the living
room of the Pringleis in a small city on a
Saturday in June,
Penny Pringle believes in getting the most
out of life at every moment. She has decided
that she wants to be a movie actress. She
feels sure that she is to be Dimity West, the
heroine of i'Stars in Her Hairn. -loanna, her
loyal girl friend, is helping her in every way
she knows how.
ln the meantime, Norman Porter has come
to the Pringle home and he tells Sally that
he is sure Mr. Day will pick her to play the
part of Dimity West. All this Penny does
Kerry doesn't want Hollywood to take his
Penny so with the help of Greg and Gram
they try to discourage Penny. Kerry imper-
sonates Mr. Day and comes to see Penny.
He tells her she is the type but she must be
completely remodeled. Kerry has Monsieur
Henri bring models to show Penny clothes
suitable for Hollywood and one of the models
is Greg dressed up. Mr. Day says he feels
sure this model is the one he has been look-
Mark wants to buy a farm, but he hasn't
sufficient funds. His father doesn't have time
to listen because of his business affairs and
his mother doesn't take time to listen to him
because of her social affairs. ln fact she
doesn't have time for any family affairs.
Mavis is willing to help Mark, but she hasn't
enough money. Mavis works at the broad-
casting station and is of a very different char-
acter than Penny. Mark talks with Sally
about the farm.
Later Kerry and Greg, dressed as a model,
come to the Pringle home and in the mean-
time father has brought the real Mr. Day
home with him. Penny finds out Kerry was
a fake and Joanna thinks Greg is back of it
so the girls don't have much use for the boys
Finally, Gram talks mother into taking
time for family affairs and mother and father
give Mark money for his farm. Penny decides
she doesn't want to go to Hollywood but she
decides to stay at home to enter the doubles
with Kerry. Mr. Day, in the meantime, had
wanted Mavis for the part, but Mr, Porter
thought he meant Sally while Penny thought
they meant her. But nevertheless Penny tells
them she thinks Mavis should have the part
not knowing that Mavis was the one Mr. Day
A T H L E T I E S
AZ? .tangy f
1 1 WK .
FRONT ROW tleft to rightj Gifford, Bechtel, Warner, Litt, Rush, Walker, Corbin, Daniels, Steele,
SECOND ROW Cleft to rightl Brown, Boner, N. Warner, Morrison, Smith, Braddock, Shaffer,
Clever, Burkholder, Kirkpatrick, Coffing, Mr. McKinley.
THIRD ROW tleft to rightj Mgr. Gregg, Vail, Bryant, Spencer, Bell, Pealer, Thayer, Ritchey,
Ewalt, McKee, Litlt, Swigart, Manager.
FOOTBALL SEASON 1941
When school started in the fall of '41,
no one, least of all Coach McKinley,
would make any predictions concerning
the 1941 football campaign. However
the practically new football squad
proved that determination and hard
work can do a lot, despite the lack of
experience. The Freddies now possess
a 1941 first place title and a season
of no defeats earned by hard play and
Ready or not, on the 19th of Septem-
ber the Freddies opened what proved
to be a most successful football season
against the Mt. Vernon Reserves. They
were ready all right and started what
continued to be a long string of non-
defeats. Aungst, Warner and Cline ac-
counted for the touchdowns.
With plenty of determination, the
home club met Bellville in a victory
drive, which brought out all the good
points in the considerably new '41
On the third of October, playing in
mud up to their ankles, the Freddies
fought to a scoreless deadlock against
the Centerburg Trojans. This still ad-
ded another pennant of non-defeats to
the Freddies' coveted collection.
The 10th of October really provided
a game with plenty of thrills. The Fred-
dies came out on the lucky end of the
count with and 8-0 victory over a
scrappy Butler team.
Another hard fought combat was wit-
nessed by thrilled-filled ' spectators,
when the Red and Gray team visited
Licking County to play guest to Utica.
The extra point, via Aungst to Warner,
following a nifty touchdown by Bechtel,
proved to be the winning point of the
game when Utica scored in the third
Canto, Their attempted run for extra
point failed. 6-7.
On October 24th the Freddies played
host to a scrappy yet handicpped Ohio
Deaf Team. Due to nifty team work by
both teams, the hard fought combat
ended in a close 7-0 score.
A hard fighting Granville team
scored first and made the Freddies
work hard to emerge victorious by a
On November 7, the Freddies
traveled to Danville to battle for first
place in the final game of the season.
Despite the bitterly cold weather the
Freddies displayed some brilliant pass
work to win over the Blue Devils 20-6.
This game concluded a very colorful
season for the Red and Gray, including
their claim for a season of non-defeats.
1942 Football Schedule
Sept. 18 -- Mt. Vernon - Here
Sept. 25 - Bellville - There
Oct. 9 -
Oct. 16 - Mt. Gilead - Here
Oct. 13 - Ohio Deaf - There
Mar. 11 - Danville - Here
Oct. 30 - Butler - There
Mar. 6 - Granville - There
Oct. 2 - Centerburg - Here
FRONT ROW tleft 1 ghlj W
ner, Litt, Rush, W lk C b
BACK- ROW- tleft ghtl
Bechtel, Gifford, A t
BASKETBALL 1941 Kr 1942
Despite a dismal rebuff against a fast
moving Mt. Gilead quint, the Freddies
brand new varsity ball club wound up
in a deadlock with Centerburg for
second place in the county league and
first in the county tourney.
In the opener of what proved to be
a very successful season, the Freddies
met Mt. Gilead on the Home Court
where they fought the winners on even
terms in the opening quarter and
trailed by only one point at the half.
Limited to only 2 markers in the last
two quarters, the Freddies were de-
feated 22-12. Shaffer and Cline shared
On December 5th the Freddies
traveled to Amity to find that they had
little oppositions in the Yellow and
Black team. After a scoring spree in the
first half the Freddies coasted to an
easy 46-15 victory. Gifford was high
point man with 12 markers.
The Freddies suffered their second
non-league defeat when they chal-
lenged Butler on the Orange and Black
hardwood, only to suffer a 29-20 set-
back. Gifford was again the leading
scorer with 8 points to his credit.
December 12 furnished the most eX-
citing game to the season when Dan-
ville Blue Devils led the Freddies on
a merry chase to end in a tie in the
last 10 seconds of play. In the overtime
Bob Gifford pumped in another two
points to put the game on ice for the
December 16 saw the Freddies lose
the first county game of the season to
a more experienced Howard five in an
evenly fought three quarter game. Tied
at the third canto, the Freddies were
held to 2 points in the final quarter.
Steele and Gifford led the losers with
7 points equally.
On December 19 Dalton Braddock
and Bob Gifford paced the Freddies in
a 60-14 win over Bladensburg, to tie
the Freddies with Danville and Howard
for first place.
To start the new year off right the
Freddies swept to another non-county
victory over Bellville. Dalton Braddock
claimed scoring honors for the Fred-
dies, with 25 points.
Weathering a last minute uprising,
the Freddies nipped a hard fighting
Gambier quint to gain a tie for first
place in the red-hot Knox County lea-
FRONT ROW fl.
SECOND ROW fl
Doyle Braddock, C l
Steele, Warner, D11
Mr. McKinley, W ll
Cline, Gifford, C
January 16 the Freddies met with a
rather serious defeat, when they at-
tacked Centerburg on the latters home
court. This pulled the Freddies down
to second place with the Centerburg
Trojans. Dalton Braddock chalked up
8 markers to lead the losers,
Starting on the second county round
the Freddies downed a game, yet highly
overpowered Amity Quint by a 35-17
score. Gifford again played a major
part in the scoring, by swishing the net
for 9 markers.
Once again on January 23 the Fred-
dies met in a hard fought combat when
they played the Danville Blue Devils.
Although the Freddies led at the inter-
mission the Blue Devils rallied and
opened a last half blitz, which ended
rather disastrously for the Red and
Gray in a 26-16 score. Gifford and Cline
tied for scoring honors with 5 points
To settle for previous defeat the
Freddies had little trouble in turning
back a spunky Howard team, 44-26.
Gifford starred for the winners with
Another county victory was chalked
up when the Red and Gray team
traveled to Bladensburg to defeat the
A last minute rally made possible
the Freddie triumph over Butler as
the nip-and-tuck affair ended tied at
the third stanza. Steele collected 9
points for the Red and Gray Quint,
ending the hard fought combat in a 36-
30 victory for the home five.
February 6 provided an easy victory
for the high flying Freddies, when
they entertained the Gambier Pirates
on the home court with a 44-27 victory
for the Red and Gray.
On February 1 Mt. Gilead's hard
fighting Indians, supplied the Freddies
with their first defeat in seven games.
The Freddies emerged the losers of this
rough-and-tumble game by a 13-27
In the season's final league contest,
the Freddies vetoed Centerburg's bid
for a title tie and also halted a nine
game winning streak. The Freddies
surged in the lead during a second
quarter rally, and held the edge the
rest of the game. Gifford starred once
more for the Freddies with 16 counters,
the game ending 34-21.
In the tournament drawing, Coach
McKinley drew Howard, for his hard
fighting Red and Gray Quint. The
Freddies packed far too much punch
for the Bulldogs and really put the
game on ice in he third quarter. Gif-
ford led the winners attack with 22
points, high single score for the tour-
On February 26th the Freddies en-
tered the semi-finals to emerge the vic-
tors of a tight defensive game against
the Centerburg Trojans by a 4 point
margin 19-23. Leading at all intervals
after the first canto, the Freddies dis-
played some colorful teamwork and a
lot of determination, which proved
plenty helpful in the following game
On the 27th of February, Lady Fate
cast her vote for the Knox County
Champions of '41 and '42. ln fact she
practically threw it, with all the force
of 18 points, straight ticket for the
Freddies. She also put Ollie Cline into
office for the high scorer of the evening
with I1 votes. She was also responsible
for the campaigning and election of
Bob Gifford, who captured the Tourney
scoring title with 33 points. This makes
the second successful campaign for Knox
County Tourney Champs in two succes-
sive years won for the Red and Gray.
March 3, the Freddies invaded
Westerville for a district bout with
Commercial Point. Due to non-offen-
sive function, the Freddies tasted a
counting defeat for the first time in
SEASON OF 1941-42
Dalton Braddock 55 25 31 38 135
Marvin Shaffer 24 21 16 15 69
Doyle Braddock 14 3 9 6 31
Oliver Cline 34 11 15 43 79
Alan Steele 33 12 21 15 78
Henry Warner 14 3 10 15 31
Robert Gifford 77 24 30 37 178
Robert Carlin 8 5 8 20 21
Eddie Weller 4 2 3 1 10
Harold Burgholder 3 0 0 0 6
Donald Morrison 0 2 4 2 2
Charles Gregg 1 1 2 2 3
Earl Herndon 17 6 13 23 40
The Junior Cardinals finished the
season with a more impressive record
than their big brothers. Their record
was 13 wins against only 4 loses. The
Junior Cards started the season on
their left foot by losing to Mt. Gilead
and Butler, but soon got started and
rolled over Amity, Danville, Howard,
Bladensburg, Belleville, and Center-
burg, defeating each twice and Gam-
bier once before losing to Gambier
and Mt. Gilead. Their loss to Butler
was avenged later in the season.
The Junior Cards were led in scor-
ing by Eddie Weller, the sharp shoot-
ing foward who is only a Freshman
and headed for a good season on the
varsity next season.
Chuck Gregg, diminutive forward,
was the reserve captain and played
part time on the varsity.
Harold Burkholder, another fresh-
man, was second in team scoring,
Burky, too, is looking for several good
years on the varsity.
Now comes the defense man, Don
Morrison. Don was the only Junior on
the reserve squad and he was what
the team was built around. Don
gathered many rebounds from bank-
boards and could also be counted on
for several points in every game.
Dick Kirkpatrick rounds out the
fifve. Dick is fast and will be very
valuable to the varsity next year. De-
spite his shortness he got many re-
bounds. He was the work horse of the
The squad was well supplied by
substitutes. The subs saw plenty of
action and we will see much more of
them as they were all Freshman. They
were Dale Braddock, John McKee,
Carl Wells and Warren Coffing.
We are looking forward to a very
successful year for the next several
years, so boys we wish you luck.
Work as hard as possible and you
will make the varsity.
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2-School opened with everyone talking
about summer vacations, and with one
new teacher, Miss Wolff, but we lost
Miss Schneider for one year.
18-Fredericktown Street Fair opens.
19-Mt. Vernon Reserve game here. Parade
uptown at 2:00, then we walloped the
Mt. Vernon Reserves, 20-0.
20-Last night of the Fair.
23-First school assembly.
25-Pep rally for football boys.
26-Won our second football game with
2-F. H. A. meeting.
3-W et football game at Centerburg. The
score was 0-0.
8-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club sang at
P. T. A.
10-Football game at Butler. We won 8-0.
17-Close football game with Utica. We
won. Had a school party.
7-6. F. H. A. and F. F. A, had a party,
21-Hi-Y and G. R. Meeting.
24-School assembly. Edwin Dill demon-
strated how to make pottery.
3.1-Football game with Granville. We won
14-6. Juniors ordered their class rings.
3-F. F. A. and F. H. A. meeting,
6-Seniors had their pictures taken.
Camera - Action! I
7-Football game at Danville. We won
8-F. F. A. and F. H. A. Banquet:
12-P. T. A. meeting.
18-Hi-Y and G. R. meeting.
28-First Basketball game with Mr. Gilead.
They won 22-12.
1-Lions Club sponsored a banquet for the
champion football players. The F. H. A.
5-Basketball game at Amity. NVe Won 47-
8-F. F. A. and F. H. A meeting:
9-Basketball game at Butler. They won
12-Basketball game with Danville. We won
14-Sophomore Girl's Glee Club presented
a Christmas Contata at Gay Street
Methodist Church in Mt. Vernon.
15-G. R. meeting.
16-Basketball game with Howard. They
17-P. T. A. meetnig.
19-G. R. had an assembly. Basketball game
with Bladensburg. We won 60-17. We
had a dance following the game. Be-
ginning of Christmas vacation.
-Back to school after vacation.
10-Basketball game with Bellville. We
13-Basketball game at Gamsbier. We won
14-F. F. A. and F. H. A. meeting:
16-Game with Amity We won.
22-Community Institute began.
23-Game at Danville. We lost.
24-Last night of the Institute.
27-Game at Howard. We won 47-26.
28-Hi-Y and G. R. meeting.
30-Game at Bladensburg. We won 60-15.
3-Game with Butler. We won 36-30.
4-F. F. A. and F. H. A. meetin-g:
6-Homecoming Game with Gambier. We
wo-n. Dance followed.
10-Game at Mt. Gilead. They won.
-Game with Centerburg. We Won 41-31.
21-County Tournament. We won over
-Hi'-Y and G. R. meeting.
and 27-County tournament. We beat
Centerburg 23-19, and won over Dan-
ville in the finals 41-23.
3-We lost Commercial Point in the Dis-
trict Tournament at Westerville. The
score was 37-27.
13-Our first air raid drill. Senior High
-High School operetta "The Toreadorsf'
24-Hi-Y and G. R. meeting.
27-Pest Hunt Party.
28-Senior Scholarship Tests. Spelling con-
test at Mt. Vernon.
3-No school-Good Friday.
10-Junior High Party.
14-F. F. A. and F. H. A. meeting:
24-Hi-Y assembly. County Music festival
28-Hi-Y and G. R. meetnig.
5-F. F. A. and F. H. A. meeting:
12-Hi-Y and G. R. meeting.
-Junior High assembly.
-Junior and Senior Banquet.
22-Last day of School. Whoopeelllll
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Jim La Fever, from pea-green valley,
Went to English class to sleep,
To dream of "How Green Was my Pasture."
While the others studied poems so deep.
With fingers weary and worn
XVith eyelids heavy and red,
Jennette Thompson sits in her rocking-chai
Playing her needle and thread.
Billy Gibson, the mailman's son,
Was bashful as could be,
He couldn't keep from blushing,
So he sailed for the ol'e RED sea.
Dick Speaks is world's champion lboxer
How far he'll go in fistic fame,
Well, everyone should know.
Ruth Brown, with her valuable violin,
On Broadway went to the top,
Then tried for violinist in movies,
Broke her G-string, made a flop.
Everett Truex, Americas best farmer,
Certainly can't be beat,
He crossed some rye with barley.
And got a grain of wheat.
Jean Bowman is a lovely gal,
The boys she does adore,
While dancnig with the heroes,
The kisses she does pour.
Louise Reed we're proud to say,
Went to Hollywood as a beauty queen,
And received the Academy Award,
For that movie "My Meadows were Green."
Anna Mae Lane, who from Waterford came,
Went to seek a fortune true,
She started writing heart-breaking poems,
Which made everyone so blue.
And last but not least,
Comes I, big me,
Who writes this stuff,
With my heart full of glee.
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single lamb and second place pen of lambs at the
Cleveland livestock show. The lamb that placed
first weighed l00 pounds and brought 40 cents
a pound at the livestock sale. The pen of lambs
brough lin cents a pound when sold.
Caryl Litt, Fredericktown F.F.A. members, was
one oi the 3 Ohio boys to Win a gilt in the Nat-
ional l-lampshire pig contest.
Caryl got his start in Hampshire hogs when he
received a gilt throught the F.F.A. gilt chain.
Another t-on litter award has been earned by
Stanley Gregg who produced 2420 pounds of pork
with ll pigs in I66 days. This is his second
straight year to make this award.
The sow that raised the two ton litters was
originally from the chapter filt chain.
At the Fredericktown Street Fair the F.F.A,
Chapter operated a duck that netted 562.00 in
three evenings. The privilege for operating the
stand was granted by the fair board because the
F.F.A. boys helped set up the fair and clean up
the streets after it was over.
A The chapter voted to purchase I4 officers
Jackets for the I4 ofFicers, to show their ap-
preciation for the work that the officers are doing
and to give them more incentive to do better
work in the future.
To show their appreciation to the chapter for
buying Jackets, the oflicers have bought hats to
match the jackets.
The ofhcers who were
for their efforts are:
rewarded with jackets
President .............. Charles Craft
Vice President .--- ---- Dalton Braddock
Treasurer .... .. .... --
----- Bill Wilson
Reporter .........-..,. Doyle Braddock
Student Advisor ........ Lloyd Coffing
Watch Dog ....,......... - Caryl Litt
Custodian .... .----..
Chronicler ..............- Floyd Payne
Assistant Reporter .......... Bob Bell
Assistant Treasurer ...... Everett Truex
Assistant Secretary ..... Harold Daniels
Assistant Watch Dog -- Dick Kirkpatrick
The result of the F.F.A. pest hunt showed that
the Middleburg team, captained by Charles Craft,
won the nip and tuck contest by 48 points.
Middleburg had a total of 5,823 points and the
rest of the world, captained by Dalton Braddock,
had a total of 5,775 points.
The winners were guest of the losing side at a
square dance and ice cream party.
PARENT SON BANQUET
Over 270 persons attended the annual F.l-l.A.
and F.f.A. Parent, Son and Daughter banquet
held in the Fredericktown High School auditorium
on Saturday evening, November 8.
The menu of the banquet consisted of roast
pork, mashed potatoes, rols, pie, cake and coffee,
The meat for the banquet was obtained from the
Due to the resignation of President Charles
Craft and Treasurer Bill Wilson we had to elect a
new president and assistant treasurer, Marvin
Shaffer was elected president, Everett Truex,
treasurer and Harold Litt, assistant treasurer.
Roy F. Bowman
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DIVELBISS' FOOD STORE
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THE GIFT STORE
129-133 N. Main Street, Fredericktown, Ohio
13 N. Main Street - Mt. Gilead, Ohio
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12 Park Avenue West Mansfield, Ohio
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MT. VERNON'S LEADING DRUG STORES
HECKLER DRUG STORE
West Side Square 115 South Main
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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THE J. S. RINGWALT CO.
The Primrose Shop
Ringwalt's Budget-Price Shop
Where You Can Buy Inexpensive Copies of
High-Priced Original Coats, Dresses and Hats
MOUNT VERNON, OHIO
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Designers and Manufacturers of
School ancl College Jewelry, Graduation Announcements,
Medals, Cups and Trophies
JEWELERS TO FREDERlCKTOWN l'llGl-l SCHOOL
Representative: R, Dickens
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Ma er, Meat Market
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Hosack General Store
Phone 2613 Fredericktown, Ohio
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General Insurance, Surety Bonds
Phone 2961 Fredericktown, Ohio
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Sohio Gasoline, Oil Groceries
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Acetylene and Electric Welding at
STEVEN'S PAINT SHOP
Expert Work At Reasonable Prices Modern Equiptment
20 Edgehill Drive Phone 2351 Hoy Stevens Prop.
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Retailers of Mill Feeds and Old Fort Concentrates
Also Black Stap Molasses Mixer Prepared to Manufacture your
Feeds from l'lome:Gr0wn Grains and Roughages
Service Anywhere in Knox County
ZOLMAN'S FEED STORE
43 Tuttle Ave. Fredericktown Phone 2092
JOHN ZUCCARO FRUIT CO.
Wholesale Fruits and Produce Mt. Vernon, O'l1io
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J. A. FRANKS
116 North Main St. J. A. FRANKS, Prof. Fredericktown Ohio
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PeopIe's Shoe Store
Corner Main and Vme Streets Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Mount Vernon, Ohio
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29 E. Gambier Street
Mount Vernon, Ohio
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Gladys Divelbiss-Florence Bradrick Phone 2381
DR. O. W. RAPP
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Mount Vernon, Ohio
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PITKIN'S PROVISIO STORE
THE COMPLETE Foon MARKET
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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Dr. Joe Mayer
I. C. PENNY
EWER'S FRIENDLY SERVICE
You are a stranger here but once
Phone 2661 We're on the square
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Insured and Guaranteed
10 E. Gambier, Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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102 South Main Street Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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Congratulations and Best Wishes
DR. C. H. WRIGHT
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Candy Shop Soda Grill
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Get your Graduation Outfit early this year and get it at Lemasters
SUITS, sPoRT coATs, sHoEs, sLAcKs, LOAPER COATS
HARLEY A. LEMASTERS
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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At the Fredericktown
Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothing
Shoes, Sweaters and Furnishings
The Leader Leads with Values M. J. Salzman, Prop.
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Mansfield, Ohio 4546-6
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Mount Vernon, Ohio
MI. Vernon, Ohio
WATSON S BAKERY
16 N. Main St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio
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John Watson, Prop. Warner Beckley, Prop.
THE ISALY STORE
CASH PAID FOR CREA A D EGGS
Grocery and Confectionery Phone 2861
UPDIKE'S FILLING STATION
WAYNE ORGAN, Operator
New Flower tore
On the Square in Mt. Vernon
McM1lIen SL Cornpan
GOLDSMITH ATHLETIC GOODS
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List of Advertisers
Ackerman, Ernest V., M.D.--- --
Alcove Restaurant .-..... --
Beale, Arthur .-........
Bending's Cozy Lunch ---
Blake's Garage .........
Boles Dandurand Studio -
Bollinger, Fred .........
Bowman's Lunch ,....
Brown, W. B., Jeweler -
Canfield Service ......
Clemm, H. E. and Son -
College Press -.........
Del Mar, Hotel Restaurant -,- --
Dietrich, Jeweler .......
Divelbliss Food Store --
Edwards Sheet Metal ....
Elaine Shop .........
Ewers Friendly Service ---
Fenton Dry Cleaners ....
First Knox National Bank
Foote Foundry .,..-....
Fox, Sam, Jeweler ......
Franks Brothers Grocery -
Franks, J A., Barber ---..
Fredericktown lce oc Dairy
Frederick Bowling Alley -
Gregg Manufacturing Co. -
I-leckler's Drug Store .,..
Hosack's General Store
Hosack, Floyd ......
Hosack's Lunch ---
Hick's Gate Co. ........
Huggins , ,......,.,--,
lsaly Dairy, Fredericktown
lsaly Dairy, Mansfield ---
lsaly Dairy, Mt. Vernon -
lewell's Dairy .---......
Larrick, Dr. -
Leader Store -
Lord, Dr. R. S. ---
Lions Club ---
Mahaffey, Dr, ....
Mayer, Dr, -, ,...-..
Mayer Meat Market ----
McMillen or Co. ........
Meredith, B. M. and Son
Modernette Beauty Shop -
Northwestern Elevator and Mill Co
Nu-Way Shoe and Harness Shop
Ohio Power Co. ........
Page Dairy --........
Penny, J. C. ......
Peoples Shoe Store ,.-
Pepsi-Cola .--..... --
Pitkin's Provision Store -
Pontiac Engraving and Electrotype
Rapp, Dr. ......... ---
Reed, R. --
Rexall Store -W ---
Ringwalfs -, .......
Robinsons Grocery ---
Rudin Company .....
Scarbrough, B, N. --
Sharp's Flowers ---
Stauffefs Clothing ---
Steven's Paint Shop ---
Struble's Bank ........
Sun Glow Industries, lnc.
Tillie's Grocery .......
Updike's Elevator .....
Updike's Filling Station -
Walter, E. K. .........
Watson's Bakery -,... -
Whiite's Service Station --
Wood's Hardware ....
Workman's Agency ---
Worley' s ...........
Yuncker Bros. ......
Zolman's Feed Store --
Zolman's Market .... --
Zuccaro Fruit Company -
The Staff of the 1942 Mirror Wishes to Thank
Everyone Who, Through Their Advertising and Co-
operation, Helped to Make This Bo-ok.
Advisor -A U- Miss Milffy
Editor ....s ..,, R ussell Walker
Assistant Editgt- -U --, Kate Weller
Business Manager --, Bob Bechtel
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