Fredericktown High School - Mirror Yearbook (Fredericktown, OH)

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4 The Ml.V7'07Q 5 Prlfzlislawl' by SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 FREDERICKTOVVN. OHIO 1951 Our year at Freclericktown High School was a year of learning, growth, and social activity. Learning in High School is usually a phase of our life which is taken for granted. Wfe realize that learning is the main reason for coming to school, but we also know that it takes more than just reading assignments to make one's life a success. In all sincerity it takes school social functions to help us realize that we must he ahle to get along with others to make this life on earth a complete, enjoy- ahle, and helpful one. Page Two MIRROR I l SCHOOL TRAIDITIONS ACTIVITIES CALAbbEb .av These are the things that go on at school throughout our groxx ing years. Not only do we learn mentally, but our physical growth is tultivatetl also, with the niany school activities. XVe learn to get along with others xxhen .ittenilin-Q ilnhs or merely walking through the school halls. Page Three The M l'1"1"01'Q 51 Dedication MUSIC DIRECTOR MR.STACY X Qgff! iff. x , L 1 'lfv ' M91 t,r'UfV"i In hope that we may express in some measure our appreciation, we the seniors of "Sl" wish to dedicate this year book to Mr. Stacy, who has built with his unlimited patience and time what we at Fredericktown High believe is the best class B school band in the state. Page Four ',f7"'iMj,v"l'!' The Illirrofg 51 Foreword I want to express my sincere thanks to the Mirror Stal? and the Senior Class for their help in making this Year Book a success. I also wish to thank the business and professional men of Fredericktown and neighboring communities and any others who contributed in any way to make possible the 1951 edition of the Mirror. Editor Alma Mater Dear Frederick Hi, within thy walls, We learn thy truth and loyaltyg And see as times dim shadow falls Thy care a guiding hand to be. Oh Frederick Hi, Dear Frederick Hi, We raise our happy song to thee Frederick Hi, Dear Frederick Hi Thy name a glorious light shall be. This page sponsored by ISALY'S DAIRY STORE Page Five The M irrovg 151 Board of Education hulls? H Mr. lzlmer Bechtel, Mr. Lawrence Dalrymple, Mr. l.enii james. President, Mrs. Louise Aikcrinan, Mr. l'rieml Barnes. Mr. Carl hliirelirviise. The Board of llducatioii has done much for the welfare of the school and the students. The class of 1951 is indeed grateful for the service rendered by this capable group. Secretary Miss Doris Xwillits, our efficient and capable secretary, has a smile for everyone. Page Six This page sponsored by MT. VERNON EXCHANGE and CURVE DRIVE-IN PRINCIPAL ROY D. McKINLEY. tx.Xwx Q . J,-f I iq The M z'r1'01g 51 Principal JJYQ "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Ralph Waldo Emc'r.m11 OUR ANNUAL ADVISER E. A. WHITTEMORE lzzdlrxfrial Am' Izlxlrlzrlm' This page sponsored by DIVELBISS Page Seven Yx The Mz'rr0n 51 Faculty MISS BRIGGLIZ llama Ifmfmmiaim MISS ISENYAS L.1fiu Ifulqlimlw MR. I7OI,I.IfTT Sfllfll Sfllzfjlll lilulrxgry MR. SCARFF Sflfhdf Sflldiex Iiuglialv MR. STACY IIIILI if Dup.zr1111w1t MISS DURI IQUX Cr11l1I11e1'1'Llf Slrbjw'l,r MISS SNODGRASS MR. CHADWELL Pb'y,Iir.rf Edlllllfillll Pbyviml Edllllllillll M.lll1e111.1lir,r Suriul Sllfdiw MISS DUNN MR. HICKS Englnlv Cbenzivfry Li f11'.1r',1 S lfii'llL't' INTISS KRUSE INIR. CLARK A1.lfl7b'IIl.lfjt',f Iyfltllfilllldl Agrifnlflzre Page Eight This page sponsored by COCA COLA Classes 'Q- Fa 7, J Jn 0 .su-'gt -I ,gr fl 64 Arg-nn n,VA f"1fW7'T A AA Am FN 1.5 M y- ,J P2 Knfjgf X X X f' ix, 175 mmf fu? X i X ,,,,n 5 'WW SENIORS Preridezzf- ED "NUT" LEEDY Noted forfMnd Chemist and women Iifzrorjle ,mymg-fKeep the lantern hurning, father, I'll be homef IfIil'L"f7l'L'.Yjl4JL'lIf- RALPH "CHITA" HUG- GINS Nofed fore' Various noises Iizrorile .lllyjllg Youre funny Sei'relaryfPhyllis "Phylum Anthony Noted for--AFM and jolly Furorile ,wzyizzgH--Tlmt's for sure! Tmzimer'-fRU'I'H "RUTHIE" SOCKMAN Noled for-f-Talking with her hands Ffzrorife .fzlhljllg Hey, Buzz! LOIS "AUZZIE" ALSPACH Noted for- fHer littleness Fariorile mjyizzg- --Oh, no! MARILYN "MARS" BEHELER Nofed for-f Playing the piano lizrorilo ,i'.l"j'jlIg' '-'f- Horse feathers! FAYE BRENNEMAN Noled forfCheerle11ding Farorile .Yclb1'f11g-'I mean, you know-- WANIDA "SUNSHINE" BROOKS Noled forf Reading l:.'ZI'fH'jfU rt'i1-Ifllg' You gripe me , , 1951 MARLENE HMARTYH CLAVUSON .N0lc'iffr1r- Being 5Cri0uS l'lrlI'Ul'jfL' .l'iI'1'fll1Qf'NO kidding BEVERLY HBUTCHIEH DARLING Noledfffl'-'I'iilkir1g I7.i1'm'Ile id'j'f11X-Oli cripc -IANET "IAN" EWERS ,X'nftfiffn1' Gootin Off l5.z1'0rifc' .i.i-img Oh! knock it ollhl l ll LOXVIZLI. "PRETTY BOY' FOOTE Nn,'ad fm" Sharp clothes I7.z1m',7!u ,i'.z-'Witt'-'I'c'll us all About it MARGIE UMARGEH FRAZIER i'N'v1eilfr1r- -Simple giggle 1:i!I'l1I'ff!.' .i'.i-yiflg Y0u'rc flipping your lid NANCY "NAN" GLACKIN ixlflffd fw'f'fBeing flighty If.1i'nrife ,l't1,j"fll1QfOl1 I feel so good today BOB "'lIG" HART fX'11lc'dff1l'--- Hot rods l7.11'nr'ite ,i.i-yiflgf -fOhA ,ffll EDDIE "SKY KING" I-IATTON iN'nleL1'fm'-- -Going to Mt. Vernon Iiizwrife ,myifzq-'l'ell us about it . 4 CQARMA HERDMAN Nf1feJff1r' Giggling l:ilI'fH'HL' .ni-yillg Oh my gosh DON "RABI" KEARNS Nrfletf fwrf A hydrumatii' hillhilly liimrifu 1.1-1'i11g-fl7on't hand mc that SENIORS CHARLES "DIZ" LAMB Noled fm'fSleeping Fawzrile .laying-Is that right? HAROLD "LAMEBRAIN" LAYMAN Nnled forfOne of Loy's boys Faz'm'ile J'd'j'jIlgfI'll go see the manager HOWARD MILLER Nnied for-Big smile Fazvfrile .myizlg-Tell me more CHARLES "SPIKE" MOONEY Nnfed for-f'fBrightness Ffzmrife ,myingfls that so? NICKY HNIFTY NICK" MULLINS Nnled for-Clean Cars Fawrile J'ayi11gfYou ought to know BOB NAUMAN Noted for-Studying Ii11'm'ife .myizzg-f-Never set Ll goal, and you will never stop trying. DORIS "SANN" PHILLIPS Nnfed fm'AHer neatness Famrile .raying-Oh, for heaven sakes KEITH "PHIL" PHILLIPS Nofed forfSleeping and working Farforile .myizlgflt is no secret, but hard w0rk DALLAS "POPPY" POPHAM Nnled for-Shortness Iizzvnife .rayi11gfHow 'bout that XWILLARD "WILLIE" RUHL Nrzled f0rfQuiet ways 1:a1'r1rile Jayillg- -Heck fires 1951 EILIEEN "SHORTY" SEYMOUR Natal! fm'-Y Being so short 1i11'm'i!e LI-'ljllg -Oh! Good Grnvylf!! LARRY ",l. L." SHIPLEY Nrffvcf for l5CiI1g SlOw Iirrvnife .myifzg-f-If you had Ll brain you would he dangerous HliRlSliR'l' 'AHERBH SPIZARMAN ixiflfcdl fur' Going up Green Valley Road I:.II'flfjfL' ,nzjizlg --Tell us about it LOIS "LOIS ANN" SPEARMAN Nfflcwf for' Wforrying lizmrile .l.I"l'jl1gf -Gee Wfliizlll JOAN STAIGERS ,N'nfy,j fur' Smallness 1:.l1'07'jfL' .i.z,1!11gf--Oli heck LEE ANN "'I'INNY" TINDALL Num! f0l'7l:i1ClLll expressions l7.11'r11'ilehivyizigf- Oh, Really!!! MARY "TlPPY" 'I'lPPET'l' Nnlmf fur' l3lLlSl1ing Iizzwile .r.1yi11gf-f- jeepers DOROTHY "DO'l"' TYSON Nulaf for- Tglllness lizmrile .llJ"l'f114Q -Shoot RALPH "RAl.PHlE" TYSON INYJKUJ far- Curly hair Iizzwifc iiznyizfg- --Tell us about it PHYLLIS "PHYL" WHITE Nnled fr1r'f--Writirig letters li.11'm'llv .nzyizzg fOh heck The Mz'rr0n 51 Class Will Lois Alspach wills her artistic ability to Margie Maneese. Phyllis Anthony wills her bright ideas to her sister, Doris . Marilyn Beheler wills her musical ability to underclassmen accompanists. Faye Brenneman wills her tiny voice to Margaret Ackerman. Wanda Brooks wills her hair to Ne Ne Ruggles. Marlene Clawson wills her love for the opposite sex to Dorothy Frazier. Beverly Darling wills her football crown to next year's football queen. janet Ewers wills her silly ways to Irene Besst. Margie Frazier wills her volleyball and basketball ability to Janet Burgholder. Lowell Foote wills his sharp clothes to Bill Mahaffey. Nancy Glackin wills her "lost weekends" to Lulie Lozier. Bob Hart wills his "hot rod" to Neil Reed. Ed Hatton wills his bashfulness to john Hampton. Carma Herdman wills her giggles to Patty Davis. Ralph Huggins wills his singing commercials to Television. Don Kearns wills his love for Mt. Vernon to jay Algire. Harold Layman wills his bright remarks in English Class to any teacher who can put up with them. Charles Lamb wills his brightness in history class to next year's smarty. Ed Leedy wills his corny jokes to Carmon Weller. Howard Miller wills his love for girls to Bob Ackerman. Charles Mooney wills his sports announcing to Radio. Nicky Mullins wills his skipping school ability to Bob Peterson. Bob Nauman wills his love to study to Gerald Franks. Doris Phillips wills her parties to anyone who wants them. Keith Phillips wills his physique to Gerald Mishey. Dallas Popham wills his being one of "Loy's Boys" to Dale Snell. Willard Ruhl wills his square dancing ability to Pee Wee Oswalt. Eileen Seymour wills her diamond to next year's lucky girl. Larry Shipley wills his basketball ability to Boone Grubaugh. Ruth Sockman wills her Y-Teen duties to next year's president. Lois Spearman wills her quiet ways to Barb Mooney. Herb Spearman wills his F. F. A. presidency to next year's president. joan Staiger wills her troubles to Bonita Ruhl. Lee Ann Tindall wills her short hair cuts to Shirley Houssiere. Mary Tippett wills her pretty white teeth to Pepsodent Tooth Paste. Dorothy Tyson wills her height to Carol Mooney. Ralph Tyson wills his football ability to Lavern Warner. Phyllis White wills the man in her future to the army. Page Fourteen This page sponsored by FREDERICKTOWN FARM SUPPLY e M irrofg 5 Twelve Years Together Q. RUXY I llamld l..lx'm.1n. lilmelx lxlo-privy. Ralph Huggins. Hmx,lrd Miller, lleih Spe.lim.1n. ROW' 1 Null Mullins, Huh Halt. l..ll'I'Q Shipley, Keith Phillips. Marilyn llellelel, XY'.1ml.l liz-i--ln, livls ,Xlsp.uh. Ralph Tyson, Ed lnsedy, ROW' 5-Carina Herdrnan. liileen Seyinuui, janet liwers. Beverly Darling. Phyl XVhite, D-it Tys-:nr Drills Phillips. Ruth Snbtlillhlll. l.--is Spearinaii, Marg lirzwier. Marlene Klaxxwii. To start our high school career, we had 59 members in our class, During our four high school years, we welcomed Phyllis Anthony, Nancy Glaekin, Dallas Popham, Ed Hatton and lost Naomi Mowry, Marjorie Wliirl, Donnie Sleeper, and George Morris. George is now a soldier for Uncle Sam and is remembered by everyone, even though he isn't here. Our senior enrollment is 38. Lois Alspaeh and Marlene Cllawson are at the top in scholastic abilities. Class Motto To Knowledge, Add Friendship Class Color - - - Orchid and Xlifhite Class lilower -------- Ori-hid Advisers - - Mr. Wfliittemore and Mr. Scarff This page sponsored by COCHRAN GREENHOUSE Page Fifteen The Zlliwforg 51 Lair Al,l'fI4lL'l7, a quiet miss Wfill Surely reach the top For she'll be a dress designer ln a Fifth Avenue shoppe. Phyllis' Anthony will not marry She will have a career Anyway her employer Will always call her "Dear," Music is her main hobby Nrnilyfz Bebeler is her name She'll be a concert pianist And achieve world-wide fame. ln nineteen sixty-one No doubt we will find Faye Bfkllllelllclll with six kids That just won't mind. lllarleue Cluunrrm is a cheerful girl And much to our surprise Will settle down and marry And learn to bake good pies. Bez' Darling and Playl Wflaile Army cadet nurses will be And work for their Uncle Sam In a hospital by the sea. janet Ewen Will lead a lonely life Until she hnally settles down, And becomes a farmer's wife., Out on the ranch in the west In the course of ten years We will find Marg Frazier Training horses and steers. Now don't become alarmed But I know for a fact That great Dr. Foote Will have many teeth to extract. A noted Nancy G'lufkiu With her skill and fame Will teach her students How to play the game. Bob Hari, a romantic fellow Will have a hectic life Until he meets a pretty girl And takes her for his wife. At the same time every day Eddie Htrllou will oft' be seen As a Greyhound operator Whose job will be routine. Page Sixteen Class Prophecy Crzrnm Herdzmul will be manager For all those never more to roam At her haven of rest - Called the Old Ladies Home. He'll travel the ladder of fame Even though he'll be delayed But when Ralph Huggiur is finally "There'lI he some changes made!" president Mr. Ketrrurfr unique idea Will go over with a boom! For he will own and operate The exclusive "Don's Ballroom." As a future Fuller-brush man Churk Ltnub you will meet I-le decided that a salesman Always lives on easy street. And next comes Ed "Nut" Leedy So quiet in his ways A happy bachelor he will be All the rest of his days. Bigamist Howard Miller will lead A somewhat double life For he'll be constantly fearing Howards other wife. Theres adventure in his blood And that is why we will find Chuck Mrmuey in Africa Studying animals of every kind. Vast crowds of gleeful fans With cheers and praises saying For boxer Nicky Mulliui' Has stepped into the ring. Bob Nclllfllalil and Harald Layman Will till and plant the ground We know they'll be successful For new methods they have found. Dorii Plaillipi will never marry We shall call her an "old maid" But she will have a wonderful position In which she will be well-paid. At last Keilln Plaillipr Will finally reach his goal For he'll become a member Of our State Highway Patrol. Dtrlltu Puphtnn will be a farmer Because he loves to till the soil When the storms come and ruin the crops 'Twill make old "Poppy's" blood boil. fContinued on page 585 This page sponsored by COCHRAN MOTOR SALES The Ml.7'1'0IQ 51 X Mostly Seniors fl' -,,-- if fl" ,..,-v-" lIl'H' XYHQV XX'HA'l" F-11 . 5- 'l'Hl' l'RIANiQl.I: AFFAIR Il'S'I' IN 'IAYSONS Ulul' FRONT CI.l1 SAMS ROY CQAHHY GIRLS YOl'NiQl'R DAYS ANTHONY TRIO DURIN .K LARRY ll :XXXII This page sponsored by RICE IMPLEMENT CO. ond STUMP COAL CO. Page Seventeen The Mirron 51 Senior Activities LOIS ALSPACH, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Newspaper Staff l, 2, 3, 43 Editor 43 Annual Staff 2, 43 Class play 33 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS ANTHONY, Al'C1lI'lUl11 High School 13 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Play Cast 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. MARILYN BEHELER, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 An- nual staff 1, 3, 43 Newspaper Staff l, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33 F.H.A. 1. FAYE BRENNIEMAN, Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F.H.A. l, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WANDA BROOKS, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 junior Play 3. MARLENE CLANWSON, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY DARLING, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Queen 4. JANET EWERS, Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGIE FRAZIER, Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LOWELL FOOTE, Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 3, 43 Basketball l, 2, 43 Class Play 31 News- paper Staff 4. NANCY GLACKIN, Columbus West 13 Y- Teens 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 43 Newspaper Staff 2, 4. BOB HART, Football 43 Basketball 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Master Ceremonies lr. and Sr. EDDIE HATTON, Sparta High SCl1ool l, 23 Basketball 33 Football 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4. CARMA HERDMAN, F. H. A. 1, 2, 5, 4, Y. Teens 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2. RALPH HUGGINS, Basketball 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3. DON KEARNS, Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Basketball 23 Football 43 Toastmaster jr. and Sr. 3. CHUCK LAMB, Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l. HAROLD LAYMAN, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 42 National F. F. A. Convention 4. ED LEEDY, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 junior Play 33 Football Captain 43 Annual Staff 4. HOWARD MILLER, F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 43 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES IVIOONEY, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33 Football 3, 4. NICKY MULLINS, Latin Club 13 Algebra Club 1. BOB NAUMAN, Glee Club 13 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 F. F. A. Z, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4. DORIS PHILLIPS, Band l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 2, 43 Class Play 33 Annual Staff 4. KEITH PH11.L1Ps, Football 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. DALLAS POPHAM, Amity High School 1, 23 F. F. A. 3, 43 State and National Convention F.F.A. 4. WILLARD RUHL, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball I, 2, 33 F. F. A. Basketball 43 Na- tional Convention 4. EILEEN SEYMOUR, Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 F, H. A, 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 32 Cheerleader 1, 2, 4. LARRY SHIPLEY, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ban 1, 2, 3, 4, Hn' 2, 5, 4. RUTH SOCKMAN, F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Y- Teens 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 33 Annual Editor 43 Girls State 3. HERBERT SPEARMAN, Basketball 1, Z. 3, 43 Football 43 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Play Cast 33 National Convention 4. Lois SPEARMAN, F. H. A. 1, 2. 3, 4, Y- Teens 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Honor Society 4. fContinuecl on page 585 Page Eighteen The Ml'l'l'0IQ D' HST 'I'l-8'l'INfLl' I4RlUiiI,I' N QQIRI N I ISTI X I IST! N lllll DRVX I'liC,K' l'lff K' PH Ii' U NI! lg LQIRIN MNH, YI-A 'I I AM FARM NHHI' Al,l'1IR'I' IINYIIIX 5'Il'IJYIXiv. XYHAI' Page Nineteen he M iwoeg 51 unior ROW' 1-janet Burgholder, Kathleen Shim, Twila Griffith, Kathleen Litzenburg. Arlene Frazier, Stella Reed. Lula Lozier, Martha Mahalfey, Doris Mefiracken. Barbara Mooney. Lois Ann Kunkel. Bonnie Vickroy. ROW' 2-Miss Dunn, Miss Durieux, Kenneth Durbin. Dorothy Frazier. Bonita Ruhl. llPtlI'lW.ll'Ll XVard, Lois XValker, Beulah Hatfield. Betty Lamb. Keith Smith. Neil Reed. Loren Oswalt. ROW' 3-NRohert Oswalt, ffarmon XVcller. joe McDaniel. Robert Peterson. Don jones. Robert Durbin, Dale Snell, President ,,..,.. ,.,.. j oe McDaniel Vice President ..., Robert Peterson Secretary ,..A. .,,, B onnie Vickroy Treasurer .,,. ,, Martha Mahatfey On September 5, 1950, there were thirty students enrolled in our class. The third week of school we were sorry to lose julia Litt. Under the excellent guidance of Betty Lamb, Miss Durieux, and Miss Dunn, we look- ed forward to the fun and work that is expected of all juniors, having charge of selling at the football and basketball games. Many of our boys belong to Hi-Y, F.F,A., and play football and basketball. Our girls are quite busy with Y-Teens, F.H.A., Clee Club, and Band. We look forward to being seniors but we will always remember our junior year in lfredericktown High School. Page Twenty This page sponsored by DR. WM. L. MAHAFFEY T be jlbrrorg 51 Sophomore Our Sophomore class started school with 55 members. We were glad to welcome Richard and Donna johnson from Chesterville, making our enrollment 57. Two of the reserve cheerleaders hail from our class, along with the boys belonging to Hi-Y, F.F.A., and Athletics. The girls are active in Y-Teens, F.H.A., Newspaper Staff, Algebra Club, and Library Club. We are all looking forward to becoming juniors in good old Ii. H. S. next year. President .......... .... L avern Warner Vice President .... ,.,,. j ohn Hampton Secretary .... Sue Herdman Treasurer .... judy Yost ROW' lAEugene McMannis. jim Doyle, Allan Shoemaker. Carroll Seymour, Wfesley liadd. ROXV If-Doris Anthony. Nancy Black, Patty Davis, jerry Adams. Marilyn Lane. Beyerly-Ciar'ver'ic'k. joan Haywood. Beverly Frazier. Irene Hesst, Trula Hamon. janice Ault, Sondra Robinson. Phyllis Shipley. ROXV A-Mary Merrin, Shirley Houssiere., Alma Purdy.. joyce Hatfield. Shirley -Martin, Margaret Ackerman. Margie Maneese. Sue Herdman, Mary Wase. Nila XVilll:ims. Sandra Hartwell. Shirley Narts, Coach Cihadwell ROW' 4----Torn lloyd. Richard johnson. Kenneth Porter, Larry Kline. Hola Algire, llill Bechtel, Gordon Braddock Donna johnson, Donna Cochran. Katherine Tippett, Vivian Mills. ROW' 5--Robert Dirksen, Dan St-aiger. jjay Algire. Ricliaril Miller. Ronald Domrny. Hola .-Mkurinan. Laxern XXII:- ner, Ned Brokaw, Howard Wlrlson. ohn Squires. john Hampton. Hull farpenter, Torn Crrnhangh. This page sponsored by PEOPLES SHOE STORE Page Twenty-one e M z'r1'01g 51 Freshmen ROW 1-Dick Becthcl, Eddie Fidler, Wlallace Stringer, Rex Stull. ROW 2-Barbara Hillier, NanCy l.aFever, Carol Mooney, Shirley Durbin, Iwlary Rose Esely, Doris lx1CCuy. Kay Algire, llarhara lwlimtgomcry, Arla Ruggles, jean Marts. Thelma Phillips, Janet Shira, Kathryn Nauman. ROW' 5 joan Pcttcrsnn, Lorilla Robinson, Lola Spearman, janet Spezirnmn, Patty liners, Patty lNltDonald. Eileen Rugglus, Darlene Ruhl, Marva Vrulcroy, Rhcva XY'hirl, Beverly W'clch, Evelyn Hammivn, Lola Payne, Mr. Follett. RUXV -l c.llill'l.US Awwillci, Gerald Mishey, Kathryn Harris, Lhiistina l.1ll:CVCl, l.:lreta Wlinand. Pauline Bcsst, Marcella Robinson. llctty Limzier, Wanda Hehcler, Irma Harris, Patty Innes, Marilyn Hainmontrcc, joan Hatheld. ROW' Sfftlcraltl Booth, Floyd Lamb, Paul Etkenroad, Bill Mahalfey, Gurdon Gregg. Hill Blakely, jim Tindall. David Morne, jim lllakcly, farrull Hintgcr. Carroll Ruhl. Arthur Snyder, jack Armcntmut, Kenneth Blaisdcll. The Freshman Class started out the year with a bang as usual. Plenty to do and plenty to talk about. We lost Gordon Gregg who went to Florida for the winter. We are glad to have Lois johns from Wfashington, D.C. in our class. Our Freshmen Class is active with F. F. A., F. H. A., Newspaper Staff, Band, Annual Staff, Basketball, and Library Club. Also two of the Reserve Cheer- leaders hail from our class. President ......... Paul Eckenroad Vice President ..... Carroll Ruhl Secretary .... Dick Bechtel Treasurer .. Eddie Fidler Page Twenty-two The M11 rm, 5 ROXX' l lfddxu Hnmn. Sun Flys. XVQ-ndcll XYxn.u1d. Curl I..1nc. Dnk Inu, juncu Pv.'tc1m.1n, Dcnnn M1N.1nnxx. Ihxul litlllj, link Tlnncy, Lcruy Duylc, ivrrtlld 541ruc.lnt. ihnrlultc Shlplcy, Prgiggy hhlhglll, ROW' I lK.uh.l1'.1 Snell, Iluvurly Hulmmwd. Phyllix Klrkpatlmnk, lfhvrclltc Hy.1!!. Marilyn I.1lI:lJYL'f, hm Rrul. Lymh' Md lL-llnnd, 1.nnlyn Iymp, fgllmll MLKU-h lin by D4-ment. llilly lllnuidmk. jxmmy fi.lfPi.'llll'I', Dunn Huflltcl. ROW 3 1.11-vlyn fnltvr. I.urn.1 Qvllllhllljlll. Mary Dulhln. RH.: Hanwn, HL-lvmn Hmlxslclr. lfsthur Squxlcs, Ch.ll lnm- R--lnnwn. 111.111-mc Smith, Kh11stin.1 I..1Fcvc-r, Vclm.1 Blakely. linhth liccmgln, hcurgglgl Hntncld, IJnnn.1 kQxnh.1ugh. Nanny jf- Hurt, Miss Kxusv. ROXX' I Ihnny Hmm, jnnmy lk-lnullcx, Huh fnnglc. D-un Lung. Arthur Menus, N.-rtnn Dnrnlmngh. jam Kuunx. R-umld Drlkwn, lfd Fiddlul. Keith Mcrrln, Cul Kennedy. 'Inn ,'Xrnctt, Rullnnd K1-lumuiy, Kcnnuth Cllpxu, Huh V.1n H-vntrn, Sunny M-xrrla., Ann Andcrmn. ROXX l S.lmh.1 Snell, Madclln Xxlhlfl. john Hlmck, Nnlgl V.ln Huntcn. jnhn Knwu, Rmlnuy PIL-fmmuih gum K vn Trunks I 1rr-all Hun 1 ll u S ' ' k fnnnnnghun. Lwuh '. - gc. HJIJ Jnlth. Xcrlc rhnctt. lxcnncth inlllnnyc, Numhn K1-.lxluy Mqxxnc IM-ml, ROXY I Hrtty Null Knnhl, lllxnl Mkcnnan. Khny -In Ryan. Klum l31.11nc1, M.1ly Inu llxus. j.nnL-s Hx.lkr. 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GARVERICK - Ariel Wolker Studio The Mz'rro13 5 Sth Grade ROXX' l 'Ihmrny Fr.1nL-r, Dnrcl Hgttlmxxny, jun Kult .mx1,k, Dmnl l5ux11lv.unglu, Iila-.ln-In Iimxxn, Diana j.um-x, Vnvmn Clatldns, Pntritinl l.1lfll.lI'l1, Nnrnm je-gm Burnt, jluhn Iimvtlm, Dnvnl Arnett. ROXX' I Btrnnic Boyd, Iiunnic K lint, Ray Dmis, Militia fuxry, Susan lilgulc, M.lly jam' hung, ELI HL-xx, Rt-lu-tt,1 Dunn, Lloyd Hy.1tt, Mrs. htmlis, RUXY 3 Nellie Kcnncdv, fglmlyn lflrtnllcr, l3.1vul D.1lly1nplc, john l.cxcng.-md, Rusx Dmlwm, jmm l7l.l11L'l, Inns Huynl. Betty Cutting, lflainc Fink, Helen Amlcrson, ROXX' I john I,-ang, lla-vcl'ly xhllt, Patty Davis, Nanny Hum-, N.lnty lhmxn, Marilyn Phillips, Dnnm- llnrlscl. XV.1ync lhrlwr, Rinlmltl l,11mlv, Hamltl lfmslcv. ROXX' 1 iK.1rulyn Sm' Van lnllitlftll. Dnrix XY'hirl, Suvlll.1 Snail, R-:mlm PL-turm.1n, ,Xulcnu XXX-Itmtl, f.1vnlxn Ruth-r nmxr, Peggy Sllnlnmxs, Sllirlcy MtMill.1n. lfllcn XV1llqcy, Bllly l'ctcx'wn, Mrx, lut.1l1mxcl. 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Sandra Arnett, jnann linutlr, Rrrlrarrl Frm lcr. llar'lwar'a Dnnn. ,l.rrnr-S Ealfcenr'n.ul, Martha Harrrs, ROW' Z Crlenvrl Harnnn. jaek llrentlrrrgcr, Ralph flrne. l.ar'ry Alrgrre, llrlrlre lll.rLkln1r'rr. jrrlre flikllflll larry Doyle. Danny lflulrart, Wfryrre jnlrrrwrr, Helena liarlwcr. ROW' 5 Carrnll llnntlr, jne lirxclf lun. Dax nl llrnu n, janet llef miller. .lrmrny lfxx ers, jrrrlv ,' rnr entrnrrt. jerry lit-lreler. Nam lixely. Rnlwert Fixher. .-Xlwxcnt Patty ln.-k lll.rs'lilwrrrrr. ivretrlrerr Page Twenty srx Thrs page sponsored by HARRY W CONWAY CO The M1.VV07Q 5 2nd Grade RUXX' I 1.1111-t XX111.11111. 5.1111111111 Y.111 1111111L'11. 1111111111 111111111, .l1.111111111- 11 11111, ,ln-.111utt1.' NL' 131111.l111. 11.1111 1'111111ps, '1'c11y Y1 11!1L11. 1T1111.1111 1'111t1'1. C11-1.1111 1111111111 1.11111 5l11If11. C.11111y11 F111.1I111. R011 I 51.11t11.1 11110. 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Martha Mahalley, and Doris Mcliracken. One of the highest honors a student at Fredericktown High School can achieve is to be a member of the National Honor Society. To do this you must maintain a B average throughout the 4 years of high school. You must possess leadership, scholarship, character, and service. The club consists of nine seniors and seven juniors. President ...,.,.... ..,.,. P hyllis Anthony Vice President .,,,. ....,.,. B ob Nauman Secretary .uu.,.,. .... F aye Brenneman Treasurer .,.... ..c. M arilyn Beheler Adviser ,.,. uuuuu M r. McKinley Page Thirty This page sponsored by HERB ANTHONY SUNOCO SERVICE The Mirron 51 Annual Staff ROW' lfI.ois Ali-pach, Doris Phillips, I.c-e Ann Tindall, Phyllis Anthony, Ruth Sockmnn, Marilyn Bchelcr. Ralph Huggins. d Leedy. ROXV 2fMarilyn Lane, Bonnie Vickroy, Cfnrol Mooney, Mr. XVhiteinorc, Charles Mooney. The Annual Staff was composed of hard working seniors who worked co- operatively to have a well planned 1951 year book. To raise money for this project we sponsored a dance, put on 2 one-act plays for the school, sold ads, and took subscriptions. It was work, but it was fun and I know the staff will remember their last year at Fredericktown High School. Editor ....................e. ,i.ee R uth Sockman Business Manager ..r.re ..,. P hyllis Anthony Art Editor .....,..,..,... Lois Alspach Activities Editor ....... r,Vrr. M arilyn Beheler Sports Editor r.,.. i,.. .rr....r,, E d Leedy Senior Editor ........,.rrr,r r...,,.rr.r.,.. E .rrrrr. L ee Ann Tindall Assistants: Doris Phillips, Ralph Huggins, Charles Mooney, Bonnie Vickroy, Marilyn Lane, Carol Mooney. This page sponsored by DOC'S DAIRY BAR Page Thirty-one T be Mirron 51 Newspaper Staff The newspaper staff is an active group of students at Fredericktown. They maintain a weekly page in the Knox County Citizen and some special issues throughout the year. They do a fine job under the capable advisership of Miss Dunn, Lois Alspach, and Associate Editor Doris Phillips. Editor ....,..,..,.,.,. .... L ois Alspach Associate Editor ..... ,,.,. D oris Phillips Activities Editor ...... .... B arbara Mooney Sports Editor ...... ......, B onnie Vickroy Senior Editor ...,. .... N ancy Glackin junior Editor .,..,...., ..... A rlene Frazier Sophomore Editor ...... ....,.. T rulah Hamon Freshman Editor ,.,....... ............ L ola Payne Eighth Grade Editor ...... .... B everly Henwood Seventh Grade Editor .... ...... C arolyn Carter ROW 1-Barbara Wartl, Barhara Mooney, Bonnie Vickroy, Lois Alspach, Doris Phillips, Nancy Glackin, Arlene Frazier, Dun jones. ROXV 2-Stella Reed, Betty Lamb, Beulah Hatheld, Dale Snell, Beverly Henwood, Lola Payne, Lulu Lozier, Lowell Foote, Marie Manesse, Howard Muller, Lois Kunkel. Miss Dunn, Mary Merrin, Shirley Houssicre, Donna Grugaugh, ancy jo Hart, Ikirolyn Carter, Doris McCracken, Trulah Hamon. Page Thirty-two This page sponsored by KNOX COUNTY CITIZEN The fllirrorg 5 Glee Club ROXX' I lic-xcrlv Dailinu. llilc-cn Sc-yinnnip Maiilyn lkclrch-i, l,-ns Alsgnuli. RUXX' I wlanct livvcis, Marv 'l'ip-putt, li.iih.n.r XY.ird. llcttv I..imh. Katlrlccn Iatlinhiiiu. Ntclla lic-cd. Kilt-nc lfialici. lieiilah llattic-ld. Martha Mahallcy, l,o1s Ann Kunkel. Doris lxliflailvulr, ll.lilv.iia M-nirru. lioiiiiiu Yiilviov. RUXX' A Dnintlrv lfiaviei, Tvxila kviittilh, joan Staigci. Phyllis XX'hilc. Nanny trlaclcm. lhmrliv Tyson. Maigic l:i.l7icl. l.L'c' .Nun ll-Il1kl.lll. Dolls l'hllllpx, Phyllis .'Xi1tlor13'. Ruth Fivclmriir. liayc' lllcnncin.1ir, ROXX' I Ml. Stacy, Calm-in XYc'llcl. ,loc Mcl7.inic-l, laucin XY'.i1nci, Allan Slinern.rl:L'i. -lohn llalnptnn. R--lu-it Dlilcwlr. llilc Snell, iicrald Mlshcy. RUXX' I Doris Aiutlioiiv, l',lulri1c llcsst. llctty I.-vinci. jerry .Xdarny 'lihc-lina Phillips. Kathryn llavixsc fluiixtriia I.a lic-wi. RUXX' I licnc- llcvst, Marv Rust- lklv, -It-vw Hatheld, joan Hatfield. Marv Vx iw. juan K .iyvv-intl, lic-vrilv lnnrwivck Kax .'Xlgiic, Sue lli-idman. XX'.1nda llc'hL'lL'l, lxlllllfli' lYlLlIIL'SSk'. Nlla XX.'1lli.ims. Vivurn Mills, ROXX 5 lixc-lvil ll.1in-rn, Kathryn Njllllltll. Patty Msllonald. l,ol.l P.1ync, Sondra linlviirs-iii. -Iannc Kult, Phyllis Slni-lcv. llc-veilv l:I.l7TL'l'. Flllllkj' Martin, Maiuarct Ackcrinavr, Shirley llouuicrc. Rhcva XX'Inil, liucilv XXL-hh. Shnlc-v Duihin. Ni. Stacy. RIN l ,l'Mll1 l'c-tn-rwn, Doris hlitnv. Patty lzvvc-rs, llaihaia Hillic-i, Marilyn llaiziinoirtiei, l'.ittx l.-virus lima ll-IIIIN. UNL! Vuulv. M.lirL'll.l R-rh.nx-ln. lol.l Spc.irm.m. I,-riiIl.z Rohinwn, janet Npc.1iin.iir. Patti llixu. Mana Vicki'-rv, .ind I,.11cla xX'xn.ind. The mixed chorus is an active group of students throughout the school year. The chorus sang at the Christmas assemhly, The annual music festival was given and was a big success. The mixed chorus LlITLlCI' the direction of Mr. Stacy is composed of eighty memhers. This page sponsored by STEVENS MOTOR SALES Page Th irty-three The fllirrofg 5 Y - Teens ROW' In-lN1.lrtha lNlahallcy, Lois Kunkel, Trulah Hamon, Marilyn Lane, llcwerly Frazier. Beverly Ciarvcrick. Margie Ivganecsc, Arlene Frazier, Phyllis Shipley, Shirley Mzlrts, Sondra Robinson, Janice Ault, Karma Herdman, Marlene C awson. ROXV 2' Miss Snodgrass. H,1lla.rr.i Mooney, Kathryn Tippctt. Vivian Mills. Donna l,othr.xn. Marilyn llchclcr, Faye Brcnnaman, llctty l.amh, Ruth Snckman, Phyllis Anthony, Doris Phillips. 'l'xxili.r fvflllllll, Kathleen l.Il7l'lll'rllIg. Barhrlrzl XVard, Wf.nnla Brooks, Doi-otliy Frazier, ROW' 5 'Lois Alspacli, l.ulu l..IZICl, l,o1s XX'alker, Sandra l'lartvscll, janet llurgholdcr, Roan Stalgul, liilecn Sey- mour, lh1.lI'jLlL' Frazier, Shirley Martin. joan Cayuo-ul, Bonnie Vickioy. Margaret At 'uim.nn. llt-xurly Darling. janet liwt-is, Mary Tippelt. lee Ann Tindall, Nancy Black, Stella Recd. ROW' -l e-Nancy lilarlcln. Doris Anthony. Joyce Hatfield. Mary XY'ixe. Bonita Ruhl. Phyllis XX'hxtc, l.oisV SPl'.ll'Fl1.lIl Dorothy Tyson, Sue llcrdmao. jerry Adams. Doris Mc! rackcn, Irene llcsst, Patty Uaxls, liculah lliltllcld. President eeeeeeeeeee e.e.e R uth Sockman Vice President .,eee eeeeeeee l ietty Lamb Secretary S ieee.,e eeeeeeeeeeeeeee 1 udy Yost Treasurer .....A......... ..,e P hyllis Anthony Social Chairman sesseesseeees Doris Phillips Social Service Chairman .eee. s,s.. B onnie Vickroy Program Chairman .,..rr , ..errr Faye Brenneman Publicity Chairman i as Martha lNflahalley Music Chairman ,Yrrr .... M arilyn Beheler Adviser rdrrr , rr,,,, ,. ,,r. Miss Snodgrass The Fredericktown Y-Teens club includes sixty-two members, dominating Christian standards throughout our school and community. Some of the activities sponsored by the Y-Teens this year wereg Homecom- ing, sponsoring Thanksgiving Assembly, a Hi-Y-Teens Christmas dance, Heart Sister Week, a Mother Daughter Tea and a spring dance. Page Thirty-four This page sponsored by J. T. GLACKIN, CHEVROLET, INC The Mz'rr0n 51 Hi-Y The Hi-Y consists of 32 members. Some of the activities were selling foot- ball and basketball schedule pencils, swimming parties at the Y.M.C.A., contri- bution of 100 silver dollars to the school for a new scoreboard, Christmas dance with the Y-Teens, and a basketball team with Mr. Hicks, our adviser and coach. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. President .....,..,. s,,,vuue, E d Leedy Vice President ,... ,... R alph Huggins Secretary ..u..,uuu . ,... Bob Nauman Treasurer uuuu .,.. C armon iWeller Chaplain .... .... B ob Peterson Adviser .... Mr. Hicks ROW' l lid Hatton, 'l'o:n lirnlwziuglm, jim Doyle, Hob Peterson, llolw Nanman, lid l,c'cily. Mi. Hunks. Ralph llnugins. fiilmuni XY'c'llcr, l.oien Onnllt. Ken l7ull1in, lingene Mshlglnis. ROXV 1 l.arry Shipley, john Hampton, l.oxxell Foote, Ralph Tyson, lloh Atkt'irn.iii. jay .Xlgntg jot- Mtlianu-l. iihnck l..nnb, Don Kearns, liolw Dirksen. ROW' Sf Hill Bechtel, liob l'lnrt, Hob Durbin, Nell Reed, flnnk Moonqv, l5.in Staiger, .Xllnn hllot-mjkyll Huh Osxxnlt, Keith Smith. Page Thirty-five T be Mz'rr01g 5 F. H. A. -A L -AN A ROW 1-Lola Spearman, joan Staiger, Eileen Seymour, Betty Lamb, Trula Hammon, Stella Reed, Kay Algire, joan Hatfield, Kath een Litzenburg, Twila Grithth, Marlene C awson, Dorothy Frazier, Carol Mooney. ROXV Z-Patty Ewers, Patty McDonald, Thelma Phillips, Marilyn Lane, Beverly Frazier, Beverly Garveriek, Arlene Frazier, Phyllis Shipley, Shirley Marks, Sondra Robinson, Janice Ault, Clarma Herdman, janet Shim, Darlene Ruhl, Faye Brenneman. ROW' 5-Miss Briggle, joan Peterson, Lois Kunkel, Martha Mahatfey, Kathryn Tippett, Shirley Houssiere, Beulah Hatheld, Alma Purdg, Margie Frazier. Beverly Darling, Joan Caywood, Phyllis Anthony, Bonnie Vickroy, Mar- garet Ackerman, Bar ara Hillier, Pauline Besst, Dorotiy Tyson. ROXV 4-fBarhara Mooney, Barham Montgomery, Aeon Maris, Lareta Wirianel, Vivian Mills, Nila Xvilliams. Sandra Hartwell, Kay Shira, janet Burgholtler, Bonita uhl, Shirley Martin, Marilyn Hammontree, Doris Mcfjoy, Evelyn Hamon, Ruth Sockman. janet Fwers, Mary Tippett. Lee Ann Tindall, Barbara Wfard. ROXV SvLulu Lozier, Lois XValker, Arla Ruggles, Marcella Robinson, Nancy l.aFr:ver, Donna Cochran, lrma Harris. Rheva Wliirl, Phyllis Wliitc. Lois Spearman, Christina LaFever, Kathryn Harris, Beverly Wfelsh, Mary Wfise. Joyce Hatfield, Patty Lones, janet Spearman, Lorilla Robinson. President ........... ......,. ,.,. B e verly Darling Vice President .,,,. .,,. P hyllis Anthony Secretary ,,S,,.S,, ..., B onnie Vickroy Treasurer .,.....,,,,.. ,,.,. J oan Caywood Parliamentarian ,,.. .... M argie Frazier Historian ,,,,...,., .......... A lma Purdy News Reporter .eee Shirley Houssiere Adviser .,,,....... .....,. M iss Briggle Club Mother ,,,, .. .,r,.,..,.. ..,rr ...,,,,...,.. M r s. Darling The Fredericktown chapter of Future Home Makers of America has a mem- bership of 86 girls who are working "Toward New Horizons." Our activities for the year are: sponsoring the Bi-County meeting in March, editing program books, going to F. H. A. camp for the first time. XVe have 6 seniors who are trying for state homemaker degree. The club has one meeting a month in which we foster F. H. A. This is fol- lowed by a social hour. Page Thirty-six This page sponsored by W. L. MOONEY T be Mz'rr013 51 F.F.A The Fredericktown chapter of the Future Farmers of America has a member- ship of 27 boys. While "Learning to do, doing to learng earning to live, living to serve," these farm boys are striving to make better rural communities. This year Herb Spearman, Willard Ruhl, Harold Layman, and Dallas Pop- ham attended the National F. F. A. convention in Kansas City, Missouri. The parliamentary procedure team won top honors in the county contest and placed second in the district contest. Other activities included a square dance, a bas- ketball team, and a scrap drive. President .......... ...,. H erb Spearman Vice President ...A Willard Ruhl Secretary .... ..... H arold Layman Treasurer ..... ...... C arrnon Weller Reporter .... ..... H oward Miller Sentinel ..... Bob Nauman Adviser .......................................,.....................i.... Mr. Clark ROXV l -Herbert Lin, Dale Tisli. Howard Miller, Harrold Layman. Herb Spearman. XWillnrd Ruhl, Cnrmon XY'uller, ljLlllLlS Popham, David Peterman, Darrell Snell. ROW' 2-Wfesley Guild. Tom Boyd. Gordon Braddock, Kenneth Porter. Bob Nauman, Howard Xllfilson, Lavern XVnrner. Ned Brokaw. Dale Snell. Lawrence Porter. ROXV ifjim Wlilson. Carroll Xlifellcr. Bob Algire, Tom Armstrong. jolrn Arnold, Mr. Clark, Don jones, Robert Olsxxgllt. Ronald Dominy. This page sponsored by LEVERING PRODUCE Page Thirty-seven .The M1fTV01Q 5 l.IIKR.XRY I l.l'H XIJIJIIII14 RlII'x.I XX hulk Plwylln NYIIIIQ. 1-Iycc ILIIIIL-ld. I3.IIlI-IIL' RIITII. SIIIITI1' MAIIII. Patty Unix. 'l'IIIlgI ILIIIIIIII. Hun-Ily iI.IrxI-fuk. SIII- HrIIIm.1II, Kuh- IyII N.IIIm.III, SmIdI.I I1.lIKXKL'H. -luI:y AILIIIM. l'lIyllIx SlIIp1L'y. MISS UIIIIII. M.IIy Mn-IIIII, .YI IIIIII: ATA! Ilyn I..IIIc', lim III ly I3.IrlIIIg. j.IIIvt Iixu-Ix, I-In Spc.IIIII1III, LIIIIIIIII Ha-IIiIII.III. S.IIIdI.I RIIlwInwII, I3-IIIN MIK III. jn.III H.It?IclI1. ,lIv.III 5I.IIIgLIx. Umm .XIIIIIIIIIIL IA ITN lll'lk ROXX' I Lund-III inruu. NIH MI lnlricy. M1IIg.IIL-I 'xLkL'IlI1.lIl. l.IIl.I l'.Ix'III-, M.IIx RIM Vwmlx. .Luk rXIIIIcIItI-IIII, IMIII I5IIkwII. ROXX' I XY.IIII1.l lil'lIn'lL'I. Hctty I,II1IcI. lwlcn-II RIIILs1Iu P.IIIl IXkcIII-I.ul. Mus H:'II3.Is. N.IIIey Ulzukrn, Mnly MrIIIII. M.IIx.I Vukmy. K,ItlIII'II N.llllIl.lII. .Xl.iIl,lHi 'X l LUN I,II1IL'I. l',IIIIIIIc Iluwt. NY.IIIJ.l HQIIQIU. NIH M.IlI,Itf:'y. l'.IIIl FmkcIIIII.Id, l'IIgL'IIc NLN.IIIIIIx. IXl.IIIlyII I,.IIIL'. NIIJ XX'IllI.IIIIs. SIIIIIQ Muff. Hou-Ily lI.IIxI-I Ink. Sue HI'IIIIII.III, IIc'IIc lk-wt. 'l.IIIc! 5lIII.I. Rulu-It DIIMLII. jun l.IIIw-IIIII. KL-IIIIIIII Hl.IIvh'll. KII'I.IlI1 MMI T T Page Thirty-eight This page sponsored by PRODUCER'S LIVESTOCK, COOPERATIVE ASSN. ROXX l M.IIgIu M.IIILcw, Iiultx' RUXX' 1 MIM KIIIW. UIIIN NI' I Cuy. jurly ,MI.IIIIs, M.IIv.I Vlnke I my. lfI1c'c'II RIIgIglcx. NQIIII5 I HIIILK. llgII'l1gII.I HIIIIIQI. M.IIIlyII T H.III1IvIIlIu', M.IIx' MQIIIII. Patty i D.IvIw. M.IIg.IIrt AnkcIIII.II. l,IIl.I l'.IyIIc. jII.III l'L'tvIwII, KJIIIIIII T N:IIInI.III. I RUXX' A XX.III,III NIIIIIQI-I. j.IIk .XIIIIuIIII4IIIt. KIIIIITIIII 1fIIc'uu. The M z'1'1'01g 51 Band Us-P Y ROW' 1-Beulah Hatlield. Doris Mcflracken, joan llatlield. Estella Reed, Carol McKee. Marilyn Beheler, Gerald Nisliey, Margaret Ackerman. Patty Evers, Judy Barr, Martha Malialley, Stanley Frye. ROW' 2 -Dennis MclNlanis. Dale Tish, Marva Vickroy, Evelyn llainon, Bonnie Vitkmy. Hill lX1al1.itley. Patty Davis. -Lois Alspach, l.ulu Lozier, Lareta XY'inand, Marlene Clawson, Doris Phillips, Mr, Stacey. ROW' 3' 'Kay Algire. liarhara Montgomery, lieverly Henm-od, Arlene Frazier. Nanny Lafcver, Varol Mooney, Nancy Hart, Gerald Sargent, Lamar Hiclts, Dick Tenny. Kenneth lllaisdell. Luis XX'aIker, Don Lung. ROW' -lYBoh Dirkson, Arla Ruggles, Carolyn Carter, llarbara Mooney. Lois Kunkel. Mary Merrin. NY'allace Stringer. David Henry, XY'anda Brooks, jerry Adams. XY'anda Beheler. jean Marta, Thelina Phillips, Ronald Dirkson, The 1950 Freddie marching band was quite an active group this season. We marched at eight of our football games, played concerts for the Frederick- town Centennial, and led the annual Fredericktown Halloween parade. Our band director, Mr. Stacy, displayed talent in planning our formations and marching style, with the help of fifty regular hand members and two alter- nates. Although we had a successful season we are looking forward to a greater season in 1951. President .....ics, ..c. M arilyn Beheler Vice President ,.,ec,.c,,,c, Lois Alspach Secretary and Treasurer Y Doris Phillips Student Director . 1 cccc, Marilyn Beheler Director .... Richard Stacy This page sponsored by HICK'S GATE COMPANY Page Thirty-nine The M l'1'7'07Q 151 Camera Clicks Ping Pong Boys Wl1i1t's This Busincss ixiilliglsillil' Girls' Ensemble Dinner Time H,.ll-.1-,VCC-x7.li Scnioi' Scion 3:50 Thrcc Mnwkntccrs Page Forty This page sponsored by FOOTE'S ELEVATOR CHARACTERS The M irrorg 51 Senior Play PROFESSOR, HOW COULD YOU! BY ANNE COULTER MARTENS We find our professor faced with a great problem. He must pick himself a wife in three days. Naturally all his friends wanted to help so they picked wives for him. When he saw them, what he had to choose from he decided he didn't want to get married. just when he thought he had lost his last chance to become Dean of the college one of his problem students came to his rescue. When he saw her he knew she was the one he had been in love with all the time. As the saying goes, "All is good that ends good." The professor got his wife and also the new position. Keats Perry, a young professor ..,...,............................... Vicky Randolph, the bane of his life .,..... Grandma Perry, an obliging soul ............. Grandpa Perry, an innocent bystander ...,... John Appleby, a helpful friend ............ Priscilla Morley, a sweet young thing ..... Tootsie Bean, a plump spinster .............. Butcher Boy Bean, her big brother ...... Valerie Whitman, a southern charmer , ...... ..........,................................ Robert Nauman Marilyn Beheler Beverly Darling Edwin Leedy Charles Mooney Faye Breneman Phyllis Anthony Ralph Tyson Lois Alspach Boggms, the sporting butler ..................,... ..,..... ............................................ D 0 n Kearns Three Young Children ......... ....... R alph Huggins, Nick Mullin, Joan Staiger Junior Play The junior class presented the comedy "A Date with Judy" this year. The characters were as follows: Judy Foster, a teen-age Miss ....... ....... .......... ...,.. I D o ris McCracken Melvin Foster, her father ...................... .,.... C armon Weller Dora Foster, her mother ......................,.... ........ L ois Kunkel Randolph Foster, her younger brother ........ ...... L oren Oswalt Hannah, the maid ......,.,..........,................. ............ B arbara Ward Barbara Winsocket, Judy's friend ................ ...,... M artha Mahaffey Oogie Pringle, the man in Judy's life .............. ....... R obert Peterson Mitzi Hoffman, another of Judy's friends ........ ........ E stella Reed Mr. Martindale, a theatrical producer ...........,.. ............ D ale Snell Mrs. Hotchkiss, the laundry woman .................. ...... B onnie Vickroy Eloise Hotchkiss, her daughter who elocutes ........ ........ A rlene Frazier Mrs. Shutzhammer, of the P. T. A. ......................... ...... B eulah Hatfield Rexford Meredith O'Conner, a new boy in town ........ ......... K eith Smith Susie, Rex's kid sister ......,.................................L........................,......,............. Bonita Ruhl Judy wanted to become queen of the community relief fund. In order to do this she had to sell subscriptions for the fund. Judy gets the bright idea of entering contests to make money. This didn't work so well so she decided to write a confession which later became mistaken with Mrs. Foster's P. T. A. speech, but after all this "Tootsie" White- man wins the queen contest, but just before the dance Tootsie Whiteman came down with a bad case of hives so Judy got to be queen after all. This page sponsored by TOMMY HUGGINS Page Forty one The M1.l'7'0K 51 Camera Clicks Again Arc you girls in the right plate Wfiiitrcss Plcasc f Y f Spring Hop Y-Teens l.oy's Boys Soutli Pacilia' Huy .i C .im Dress RCllC.ll'S.ll l J-S if Sfll- I Page Forty-two This page sponsored by J. A. REEDER 8- SON, Building Moteriol ond Mill Wood Athlet cs ,.-I X , W1 gin' xx Q -A "' ll Qs' 'SQ- 1 E Sy, J G X ,M N 1 Tbe Ml'1'TOK 5 Football RUXY l hl4lU4l!li'I. ljtlll Fl4llXl'l. li-,h ll.llt, lhlph 'l'ywiv. joe Mmligmlel. lil ll.1tt-ill. l..xrix' ihiplt-3. f.xv:1wn XY'e'llei3 fhmlt Mu-mu. f.1pi.1iii Intl lu-lx. IW-in Kulinx. I..1xein XX.1inel. .mtl lltih Mixulimlii. RUXX' ,' lNl.1l1.1ign-is Ken lhiilwm .1n.l.ll-,li Dullwm, f.umll XY'elle1, li-l Fuller. l'.1til l'tl4t-iilimtl. 'I'-vm lliivtl. llill liethtel. l'l-vytl l..imlw. lltvh .Xluzlnx ,l-thu Miurvex. l-lien lMu.iIt.1-null ll.1yKli.1tluell. .mtl Xssistarit timalv I li.xlles lmllett. RQXX R l.i.wtll llwte. l..liiy K l:l1e. lUtirljiil1es. llmwlltl XYilwfi, Keith Phillips, ,lim 'l'iutlnll. ju' Xlgiie. lleilw 5pt.lim.m. liiin Kviulxxtieli. Huh Oumll. l"retlerit'lQtown O Loutlonville . 26 lfretleritktown , 6 Bellville .. 25 l"retlerit'ktown .. I5 Granville S5 l"i'etlei'it'l4towi1 . 6 Ashley ,. 20 l"retlt-i'it'ktown 20 Millerslvurg . SS l"retlerit'l4town . 12 Cientcrburg .. 20 l"retleritktown H58 Plymouth 6 lfretlerielxtown 0 Mt. Gilead . 6 lfretleriektown lil Dtinville . U 'l he lirenlelies umler their new eozicli, Ray ClllilLlNVCll, won only two games out ul lime. Our huys with little experience elitl their hest tmtl we are pmutl uf them, Page Forty-four This page sponsored by H. C. BIEFNES, W. M. JAMES e M irrofg 5 Senior Ten n in ik 4 ROXX' l lflleeu Seymoni, Hells Spc.irm.1n, lid l.t-cdy, lE.l H.itlon, R.1lph Tywn, lout-ll Footy-4 lliyt- lift-ummm ROXX' I l..lriy Shipley, Hola H.1rt. Keith Phillipx. D-in Ki-arm, fhuik Mooney. Although the seniors played their lust giune for Fredericlctown High when we inet Danville, there will always he il place in their minds reineinhering the good lessons and times they had when they were on the F. H. S. Football Squad. This page sponsored by OLSON'S STORE lPHOTO5 BV V, SHIPLEY, CLASS OF '4El The Mz'rr0n 51 ! ff. Homecoming c . x , ,. st if U . ZLQQ 0' Q JI'k 1 W .F AJ L.15t Rclmcarsal BJ Crowning of the Quccn David .md Elaine CQ Queen Bcv and Attendants Dj Rcrognition .lt thc d.mcc This page sponsored by BARTLETT APPLIANCE STORE The Mz'rr01g 51 Cheerleaders VARSITY lfili-en Scyinonr. Faye llrcnncmin j.lilL'! lfxxcrs RIZSIZRVIZ XY.inil.u lit-lwleip llutty lamcr, jmly Yost. Suu lluixliimll The Fredericktown cheerleaders have been very successful and ambitious this year. They not only cheer at all of our games but help to keep our game spirit up continuously. They have given time and untiring patience to make our basketball and football games more interesting. They have been under the capable guidance of their adviser. Miss Snodgrass. This page sponsored by RICHARD DAY, Jeweler Pcxge Forty-seven T be Mz'rr01g 51 Basketball ROW lWHownrd Miller, Eddie Hatton, Willard Ruhl, Herb Spearman, Ralph Tysun, Lowell Foote, Larry Shipley. Gambier ...,... .,..,. Danville ....l, ,.,.... ROW 2fRalph Huggins, joe Mfmniel, Mr. cjlmlwell, Bob Ackerman, Don jfmes. Fredericktown 34 St. Vincent Fredericktown 68 Chesterville Fredericktown 47 ' Fredericktown 34 ' Fredericktown 54 Cardington Fredericktown 56 Centerburg Fredericktown 56 Marengo ..,. Fredericktown 52 Howard .... Fredericktown 53 Centerburg Fredericktown 54 Granville ., Fredericktown 48 St. Vincent Fredericktown 72 Bladensburg Fredericktown 57 Mt. Gilead Fredericktown 41 Danville .Yw, Fredericktown 81 Amity .,,..... Frcdericktown 49 Howard Fredericktown 56 Gambier .... Fredericktown 42 St. Vincent Fredericktown 59 Danville .... 'l4Tournament 47 43 44 40 53 53 45 56 58 56 46 46 56 36 12 44 29 49 45 Page Forty-eight This page sponsored by MCDANIEL BARBER SHOP RISIERVII RUXX' l 'Iiii11Qiliili,iiigli, john llaiiiptoii. .Xlliii ilmeinakei. jim Iimlall. ,lax Xl gnc. Himiiixl XX ilwn. r.iii-ill Riilil. RUXX' .' .lim XY'ilwi1. Ciniklivii liiuliliiilx. blolm Squires, Tom lioxil. l'.iiiI lmkeiiiinul. SIIXNIHINK, Mi. Follett. IR. llllill ROXX I iii-ialil Saiuclit, Ixmy lmylr. llilly liinliloik, llolvlwy K.-.-gli. lliilw Van Honteii. RUXX' I Mi. Follett. Daiiiv, lliiiu. ,lim Krainx, Niiitoil liiiiiilniiiigli, Keith Mi-rriii. lid Soikiuaiw. Heilericktown lrreilericktown liredeikktowii lfrederii'ktowii l7reilericklim'n Frcil ericktow I1 lfrederiiklowii lfredericktown Freelericktown lireileriuktown Ifrederiektown lfredericktown lfitxlcricktiwvii l:l'L'ClL'I'lL'lil0VVl1 lfredericktown lfredericktown 37 56 -15 -16 -17 5l 56 65 -I2 55 56 S-i 56 ii -i7 6l Record St. Vincent Cihesterville Gambier Danville ,, Carilington Clenterburg Marcngo Howard ,, Centerlvurg Granville St. Vinncnt Blmlemlwiirlg Mt, Gilead Danville Amity , , Howard , lb ,, .27 I8 IS li ll l J 25 Z I lf: 29 29 212 59 I I 57 This page sponsored by R. E. SHAFFER, and R. B. SHAFFER Page Forty-nine T be Mz'rr013 151 Facts and Figures This year during the 1950-51 season the Freddies got off to a slow start. Dur- ing the year they improved and ended the season sharing the county champion- ship with Danville and St. Vincent. Out of 16 games they won 11. The scrappy Freddies ended their successful season by winning a trophy for the consolation game. P14 ak P14 ak Orchids to the reserve basketball team for winning all the 16 games played during their 1950-51 season. Dk bk 214 Dk The junior high completed their season by winning 4 games out of 6. They beat Howard in the tournament in an overtime. Gambier beat them in the sec- ond game 30-21. Leroy Doyle tied for the hrst place in the foul shooting contest by making 16 baskets out of 25. Pk as Pk as Individual Scoring Ralph Tyson eer...ac ------- 2 58 Jim rmaaii ......... ....... 1 51 Total Points EZii1f5iiEi1iT If Qffifii lffedefifkfown Ori-me Larry Shipley ....... ------- l 05 964 833 Ralph Huggins .,..... ....... 7 6 Eddie Hatton ee..rr..... ...,.,- 5 1 Tom Grubaugh ------- sA,.,,, 3 2 Average Score Bob Ackerman ......... aca.... 3 2 51 44 joe McDaniel ....,. ..c.ce. 2 8 Lowell Foote ..cr.... .cccr.a 1 2 Don jones .,.,.. 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Ohio 4? 0 0 Z 3 o 0 o 0 2 E 3 0 o 2 CONGRATULATIONS O 0 O Qr 2 Class of 1951 5, 0 iv 0 C9 3 22 fl Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are hon- 0 Q7 S est. whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things x Q27 if are of good report: if there be any virtue, and if there be C Q9 5, any praise, think on these things. 0 . . . . 6 S Philippians 4.8 5 O Z 0 O 2 Where the Scriptures Speak, . O 2 We Speak: 3 . . QD O Where the Scriptures are Silent, Q 2 We are Silent. 2 3 2 O 0 if No Creed but Christ. 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Vernon, Ohio 2 0 0 O O O O O 0 O O O I O O O . I 0 0 O 0 ' O O O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 ' o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O'O O O O O O O O O O O'9 O00OOO000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Q O 0 O O 0 0 0 O 3 The o 0 O O O 3 Modernette Beauty Shop g O O O O O O o , 0 o Annetta Van Wrnkle 2 O 0 O 0 . . O 0 Frederrcktown, Ohio 2 O 0 O O O O O 2 Z O Z O O O O O o , 0 3 Dommy Cleaners 3 O O O O 0 0 0 0 2 CLEANING AND PRESSING 2 O 0 O O 0 O 2 Fredencktown, Ohio 2 O 0 0 O O O O O 0 O The Ml.I'7'01Q 51 After School Hours in... A ' k 2 Going Somewhere just ,l'.lkiI1g Adx Bob .md Marilyn Do rc mc 111 so I.l tc do Hi-Y-'lkcm lllmc Strut Boss, Strut This page sponsored by DR. LORD Page Fifiy-seven The M Z'1"1"01Q 51 fcontinuecl from page 167 ll"ill,1rd Rufvl will be The bachelor of the Class For he never can find A lass to marry him. Alas! Eileen SUTIIIIIIIJ' Her iliamonil is a clue That she will take the marriage path Within a year or two. Larry Shipley will join the Army Antl as nature takes her course Weill find him commander-in-chief Ut' our great army air forte. A sweet girl is Rmb Slllfbllltlfl A bundle of youth and charm She will choose to marry her Herbie And be content on a farm. Lnii Sjw.n'm.nl aml ll".luJ.1 limnlt Will own a small cafe The meals will be in form of pills Distasteful, tlon't you say? At the eml of each hard day She will Close the aloof For juiw Smiger will manage The town's only dime-store. Lee A1111 'l'i1fd.11l Will be known in town By her pretty white Nursc's gown. Mizry 'lipjfell will be a beautician and near "Mrs." disappear. With Customers from far But soon she'll become a And her beauty shop will Dnrulby 'I'ymr1 will have a shop Old men she will entice For she will be a beautician Arial make their hair look nice. Anil then there's Raljrlv Titan A doctor with great skill Who will give every nurse and patient A never ending thrill. 42.5.5 Eli 'in mimi: cv' CContinued from page l8l JOAN STAIGER, Glee Club l, Z. 3, 43 F. H. DOROTHY TYSON, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4g F H A. l, 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2. 3, 4. A. I, 2, 3, 41 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4. Llflf ANN TINDALL, F. H. A. l, 2, 3, 4, RALPH TYSON, Football Z, 5. 43 Basketball Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, An- l, 2, 3, 41 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Glee Club l, 7 nual Staff 4. MARY Tll9Plf'l'T F Teens - Page Fifty-eight 1.v - 1 v-Q.: ' PHYLLIS WHITE, F, H. 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Inc. 3 Z Z O O Z 2 3 CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 3 2 Z 0 O 3 CAEENTAL 3 2 QUALITY USED CARS 2 2 Z O 2 GENERAL TIRES g E GULF GAS A OIL 2 3 E OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Compliments of Phone 22626 MT VERNON OHIO O 0 0 O O O O 000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OQOGQPQOQ QQOGQOQ Page Sixty-five O 0000O000000OOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOO0OO0g O O 0 O Q O 0 O Q O 2 BEST WISHES TO 2 3 Z 0 O 2 CLASS OF '51 2 Q O Q 0 Q O O O Q O Q O Z 2 3 ALSPACH 3 Q O 0 O Q O jg Insurance Agency 2 2 2 Q O Q O 0 O Q O Q O Q Fredericktown, Ohio 2 ii 2 Q O g Phone 2931 3 Q 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 O O O 00000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOO0000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Greetings to the Class of 1951 Dependable Insurance R E WORKMAN Fredericktown Ohio O O 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O o , 0 2 More than 25 Years Experience 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O o ' ' 0 O O O O O O O O O O O O 0 ' 0 O O v 0 O O O O 0 0 O O we Page Sixty-six 0000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O O Z O 0 O Q 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 Q O 0 O Q 0 O Z O 0 O 0 O Q O 0 0 0 O 0 0 o O Q Z Z O Q O Q O O O Q 0 Q O Q O 0 0 0 0 0 O Q 0 v O O 0 Q O O O Q O 0 0 0 0 O V Q O O O O O O O v 0 Q O 0 0 O O O O O O O O Q V O N. 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