Gallia County High School - Echo Yearbook (Gallipolis, OH)

 - Class of 1949

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Thomas, Bill Potter STUDENT BODY OFFICERS PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT Q M SECRETARY www 'W ?""", , img? is 4 tj ' 5 15 fp ,fix ,. ' ,If , f .A f W""'J3'qf9X :f' V . eg JSQQQL A, Bob Marchi Kggf Q39 B111 Joe Johnson Joan Eachus STI DENT COUWCII First row Adehne Johnson Carol Jane Ball Juan1ta Shaver Margaret Alhson Second row Mack Lak1n Allan Romame Bob Marchl Lou1sMarch1 Junlor WITSOD Th1rd row Mr Brown Jerry Mallet B111 Hogan Terry Johnson John Stebb1ns B111 Joe Johnson Jlmmv Caldwell Gene Wetherbolt Joan Eachus . Q T L 4 ' v I 1 . D x . 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M1 Ben Eachus Gumeral Shop Mr Robert Henke Mamtenance N ' I ll I1 D V , is 01 , s 104 I UN NM! Ill H I l 17 ' U I I ' N l,l'Ul.4'F'Ul' gnu- lui. rlurlvnlf an slifl' vxlun jll.l lwfura- llllrkl ms. th f 0 tlw mr rv ligrlll-ll1'ill'lI'lI 1'l'l..lll1'll xx r l- llm1vlml'll1lly ill'l'llrb hi. palln-rg "l' I F llln- am. 'rf ln lln-sv 1lll4'Fl. nf. We-'ry illlrifllllnsfu Vlilll' I,I'1lf4'-FUI' rs-lurm-ll lhm- palpvr uilll lhif lltllilthlilli "l'l ll Q.:-if illl X. N ll vl Alll F. Hal r ry N ws N1-.lrfu ij? S lor h 6 Slf NIUR Cl ASS U1-FILF Rs 'Wm finesse AQT W? 'W' 1 Don Henshaw Russell ood .Janne 1+ olden Leah Thompson P1 esldent VICE Pres1dent S9C1C1.dI'V Txeasurer Flower Colors Yellow Rose Lavender and Gold NIUITH ' 'Knmrlc dy lfnnu s Hu! uv-iSl1lllll I ing rs RICHARD BAN E Dick Howdy College Preparatory H1 Y 3 4 Football 2 ROBERT CLARK Peanut Well Ill be Agriculture Course National Honor Society A F A Key Club 3 4 H1 Y 4 GENE BOSTER Limbs Hows the world treating you? General Course Band 2 3 4 JACK BRADLEY Doughnuts Daggone it! General Course -:fry 17 'AWK We wa.. Www nw in'-,Y 46 "'QZ" T4 -Q3 MARY ANN BURNETT Horseface Halofa General Course Glee Club 1 Government Club Girl Reserves 3 4 GENEVA CAMPBELL Junior Come off that stuff College Preparatory Language Club 2 Girl Reserves 3 4 G A A 2 Government Club Gall1an Ctaff 4 JO ANN MOLLOHAN Annie Gee Whiz' General Course MARION J EFFERS Jeff Never Let On Commercial Course A Capella Choir 3-4 Girls Glee Club 1 Band 1-2-3-4 Girl Reserves 3-4 Commercial Club 4 JOHN EPPLE Choo Choo That s nxce College Prep Football 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Varslty G 4 Galllan 4 Press Club 3 H1 Y 3 4 Key Club 3 4 Government 3 4 Thesp1an 3 4 Glee Club 1 Cho1r 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 BILLY EUGENE DAY J1m1ney crlckets Agrxculture Course A 1 2 H1 Y 3 4 FOREST BORDEN Brock I mean to tell ye Dett Cholr l 2 3 Varsxty G 3 4 Football 3 4 3asketball 2 3 4 3aseball 2 3 4 JAMES HOGAN 'LKGCD em 1oll1ng"' Genel al Course Dett Chou 1 2 3 in ann. 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'iii BARBARA CARDWELL Bobb1e Good mormng College Prep Student Councll 2 3 Cheerleader 2 3 4 lhesplan 3 4 Government Club 3 4 G1r1 Reserves 3 4 Homecomlng Queen 4 A Capella L,ho1r 1 2 3 4 St Cecella Glee 1 2 3 4 Valentlne attendant 3 Nat1onal Honor Soclety 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Press Club 3 Galllan 4 Glrls Ensemble 2 3 4 Glll of Month 4 DOLORES RUSSELL Dee P sm Tush' Commerclal Course H A 1 Gxrls Reserves 4 Cornmerclal Club 4 St Cecella Glee Club A Capella Cho1r 3 4 JAMES HOGAN Keep em rollmg General Course Dett Cholr 1 2 3 AUDREY JACKSON Jack1e Thats a poke Son' General Course Dett Cholr l 2 3 4 F H A lk year MARY MARGARET YOUNG Sm1tty" Dxop dead"' Genelal Course Dett Choxr 1 2 F H A 1 ALLAN EUGENE ROMAINE Curly Well toot my horn General Course Football 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 1 2 A Capella Chou' 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety Thesplan Club 4 Key Club 3 4 Government Cl b 3 4 VaFS1ty G 3 4 Gallxan 4 H1 Y 3 4 Student Councll 4 Jr Rotarlan 4 Dlxon Beckett T1 opww 4 DON HENSHAW Henshaw Shucks College Prep Basketball 1 2 3 4 Band l 2 3 4 A Capella Cholr 2 3 H1 Y 3 4 Press Club 3 Government Club 3 4 Gall1an 4 Glee Club 1 JOHN EMMETT STEBBINS Shot Gun T what' General Course Varsxty G 3 4 Ctudent Counc l 4 Football 3 4 Basketball l 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club l 2 3 Chou' 4 GENE MANLEY Scrubly Well boll my Weev1 ' Commerclal Course A Capella Cho1r 4 Football 2 ANNE ELIZABETH MELTON Ann1e Well' General Course St Ceceha Glee Club 1 2 3 4 A Capella Cho1r 1 2 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Photography Club 1 Language Club 1 Government Club Thesplan Club 4 Gall1an 4 G1rl Reserves 3 4 Band Majorette 2 A A PHEBE ANN PITCHFORD Pheb Shucks' Commerclal Course G A A 2 Commercial Club 3 4 Gall1an 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4 G1rl of Month 4 DOROTHY ANN SKINNER Dot Tuttl Frultl College Prep Cholr 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Governmenf Club G1rl Reserves 3 4 Language 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Commerc1a1 Club 4 Gall1an 4 Natlonal Honor Soclet MARY ANN MILLER W1ndy Drop Dead' Home Econom1cs Course H A 1 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Government Club 3 THOMAS DWIGHT WILLIAVIS D1 12219 T what' General C UISC Basketball 4 Baseball 3 4 Boys Glee Club Photograpby Club JIM JARVIS Speed H1' Cat College Prep Student Counc1l 3 A Capella Cho 1 2 3 4 Thesp1an Club 2 3 4 Government Club 3 4 Gall1an 4 H1 Y 3 4 Vars1ty G 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Jr ROIBYIHH 4 JIMMIE ALLEN EVANS Slxm Go Jump 1n the lake Agnculture Course A 2 Key Club 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Nat1onal Honor SOC1ety 3 Student COUHC11 HERBERT RAYMOND RIFE Helble Well' Ag1lCU1tUI6 Course F A 2 H1-Y 4 Gox ernment Club 4 Football 4 Isa' KW E 43,164 'bv' 1""""'v JANICE FOLDEN Jan Oh foot C mme1c1al Course lXat1onal Honor SOCICIY Goxernment Club 3 4 G1rl Reserx es 3 4 Commerclal Club 3 4 A Capella Cho1r 3 4 St CGCGIIB Glee l 2 3 4 and l 3 La Uuage Cl b 1 2 Galhan Staff 4 CHARLENE ROBIN Chottle Where s J1mmy'f College Prep Band l 2 3 4 St Cecel1a Glee 1 2 3 4 A Capella C o1r 1 2 3 4 Government Club 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 G1rl Reserves 3 4 Thesp an Club 3 4 Home ommg attendant Student COUDCII 2 Galllan 4 G1rls Ensemble 3 4 Band MaJorette 2 JENNIE SUITER Sooty H1 Buddy' College Plep Government Club 3 4 Gul Reserves 3 4 Gall an 4 A Capella Cholr l 2 3 4 St Cecel1a Clee Club 1 2 3 4 G1rls Ensemble 2 3 4 Press Club 3 4 G11l cf the Month 4 4 Nat1onal Honol Soc1ety 3 4 DONNA STRAIGHT Donn1e Hlya St1nke1' Home Econom1cs L1b1axy Club 4 H A l Girl Reserx es 4 LOUIS MARCHI "Gee" "l'll be darn!" General Course Student Councll 4 Government Club A Capella Cho11 1 Boys Glee Club 3 H1 Y 4 Baseball 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Band l 2 3 V3TS1ty G 3 4 Galllan 4 D x n Beckett Trophy BOB MARCHI Gut Dont Get Excltedl College Prep Football 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Student Counc1l 1 2 3 4 Language Club 1 Government Club 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Vars1ty G 3 4 D1xon Beckett Tlophy 4 Jumor Rotarlan 4 Gall1an 4 Pres1dent Student Body 4 P ONDAL WALLACE Ron Agrlcultural Coulse F F A EDWARD ROUSH Edd1e General Course JOAN EACHUS 1.J0,. "That's right" College Prep G11l Reserves 3 4 Thesp1an 2 3 4 Government Club 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 A Capella Cho1r 4 St Ceceha Glee Club Galllan 4 G A A 2 3 Student Courcll 4 LEAH THOMPSON Leak1e Well' College Prep Government Club G1rl Reserves 3 4 Thesp1an Club 4 C eerleader 2 3 4 A Capella Chou' 2 3 4 St Cecel1a Glee Club 2 H A A A 1 Galhan 4 Valent ne quee attendant 3 RUTH WOOD Woody H1 Buddy Commerc1al Course Llbrary 3 4 Commerclal Club 3 4 LUCY PERSINK ER Luce Let er Roll Percy C mmerc1al Course Comme1c1a1 Club 3 4 G A A 1 A Capella Chou- 3 4 St Cecel1a Glee Clv b 1 2 3 4 JASON H SHEPPARD Jr Shep What do you say k1ddo" General Course Photography Club BILL JOE JOHNSON Lucky Keep em Rolhng' College Prep VaTS1ty G 3 4 Govelnment Club 3 4 H1 Y 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Student Councll 2 3 4 V1ce Pres of Student Body 4 Galhan 4 Best Player Trophy 3 ARNOLD RAY MITCHELL M1tCh You re tellmg me' Agrlculture Course A I 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 WAYNE SHAVER Muller General Course Cl'o1r 2 Band 1 2 3 4 "Confound xt"' Football 3 4 Vars1ty G 4 Photogxaphy Club 4 'x -.asp I WP' K 5 K- Q.- X"C."' ,--1-9. 'WWW ANN MARIE MORRISON Annle take two they re sma Commerclal Course H A St Cecella Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 3 4 Commerclal Club 3 4 Natlonal Honor SOC1ety 4 Galhan 4 Glrl of the Month 4 JANE ANNE NOTTER F1sh1e Tuttl Fru1tt1' Commercmal Course Photography 1 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 A Capella Cholr 1 2 3 4 A A C mmerclal 3 4 Government 3 4 Cheerleader 2 3 4 G1r1 Reserve 3 4 Galllan 4 ALICE EVELYN MACKENZIE Oh for pltys sake' College Prep Band 1 2 3 4 St Cecelxa Glee Club l 2 3 4 A Capella Cho1r 2 3 4 Language Club 1 2 3 4 Photography Club 1 2 3 4 G1rl Reserves 3 4 Government Club 3 4 N3t1OH3I Honor Socxet Galhan 4 M1xed Ensemble 4 VIRGINIA VAUGHT Blondle "Gosh"' Home Economlcs Course Homecommg attendant 4 WAYNE FOLDEN Bl1mp Wha General Course Government Club 3 4 Vars1ty G 3 4 Thesplan 4 Cho1r 2 3 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Baseball 3 Press Club 3 Photography 2 H1 Y 3 ROBERT E ODELL Utle Is that a fac Government Club 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 A Capella Cho1r 3 4 DARRELL SHAHAN Qlow Boat to Ch1na Agrlculture Course A 2 Key Club 3 4 Photography 4 H1 Y 4 Band 2 3 4 Jr Rotar1an 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety NOEL E HOCKMAN Shucks General Course uf" 'iv-H QT' Y ECKER Effxe Never let on College Prep A Capella Choxr 1 2 3 4 St Cecella Glee 1 2 3 Thesplan 2 3 4 Government Club 3 4 Gxrl Reserves 3 4 Valentlne Queen 3 Student Councll Galllan Edltor 4 Cheerleader 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Natlonal Honor Soclety BETTE KING Kmg You Farmer' Commerclal Course Commerclal Club Llbrary Club 3 4 H A Glee Club 1 Natlonal Honor Socxety J EANNE NIBERT Jeanne Oh nuts' Commercial Course H A 1 G A A 2 Commerclal Club 3 4 Llbrary Club 3 4 Natlonal Honor Somety Glrl of Month 4 ALDENA SHATO Dena Hooty' Home Economxc Course F H A 1 2 G1rl Reserves 3 Government 3 Llbrary 3 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 A Capella Choxr 4 Galllan 4 ARLEN SAUNDERS t'Ar1ey" "Ye Gods!" General Course Band 1-2-3-4 Photography Club 1-2-3-4 Choir 3-4 Boys Glee Club 2-3 WAYNE SAUNDERS Ag11CU1tUldl Coui se F A 2 WAYDE SAUNDERS Lucky Ye Gods' Genei al Course HAROLD E WHITT H Hold Gu Gcnual Course uv-'wg A-JKX 'W ev 5 MARY ALICE STOVER "Stove" "Good Heavens"' Commercial Course F. H. A. 1-2-4 Commercial 3-4 Library 3-4 MARGARET RUTH POLLOCK Peggy Wheres Gary? College Prep A A l Girl Reserves 3 4 Government 3 4 Dramatlcs 3 4 Photography 2 Band 2 3 4 Galhan 4 PHYLLIS CRINER Phil Judas Priest Home Economics Course F H A 2 3 4 Library Club 4 G A A 3 DOROTHY LANIER Dot Commerclal Course G rls Glee Club 4 H A ROBERT TOPE Bob Dr p dead twice College Prep P otography Club 1 Football 1 3 4 Manager 2 Basketball 1 JOE DRUMMOND Sticks Well' General Cours Ban.l 2 3 4 PAUL SHEETS Leroy There you g General Course Government 3 4 Photography 4 Boys Glee Club 1 2 A Capella Chou 2 3 4 Mixed Ensemble 3 4 Boys Ensemble 4 Boys Sextet 4 GEORGE WILSON Gerge Vat" Commexclal Course Thesplan Club 3 4 Government Club 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Drum Magoi 3 4 Hi-Y 3-4 Commercial Club 4 Gallian 4 Mixed Ensemble 3-4 Boys Ensemble 4 A Capella Choir 2-3-4 PHYLLIS JEAN N ORTHUP Jeanie Gee Whiz' Commercial Course Government Club 3 4 Commercial Club 3 4 St Cecelia Glee Club 3 4 A Capella Choir 4 H A 1 Library Club 3 4 G1rl of month 3 Gallian 4 Flagbearer of Marching Band 3 4 MARY LOU LEONARD Lu Lou Ill Swan' Home Economics Course H A 12 Llbrary Club 3 4 Government Club 4 Galllan 4 Flagbearer in Marchmg Band 3 4 LOIS SMITH Smitty Commerc1al Course Glee Club 1 2 3 A Capella Choir 2 3 Girl Reserves 3 4 Language Club 2 H A ELOISE CHURCH Churchie Never let on Commercial Course H A 1 2 Girl Reserves 4 Commercial Club 4 A Capella Choir 3-4 St. Cecelia Glee Club 1-2-3-4 Gallian 4 Band Majorette 2 RUSSELL WOOD nsLeftyn General Course Band 1 Boys Glee Club 1-2 Basketball 1-2-3-4 Baseball 2-3-4 Varsity G 3-4 EDDIE RAINEY Killer Well' General Course Football 3 4 Varsity G 4 GENE WILLIAM P Pam in the neck Howdy' General Course DAVID EUGENE JACKSON Dave Is that ugh College Prep AYNE fi ' W so 'W H , .., I ' if-R Q NHIIOUHI Honor oclcty 3 4 ig L H1 Y 3 4 Dett Choir Language Club 4 3 BARBARA HALLEY "Halley Hen" "Vas you efer in Zinzinnatti?" College Prep. Language Club 1-2 St. Cecelia Glee Club Girl Reserves 3-4 Government Club 3-4 G. A. A. 2-3 Press Club 3-4 Gallia Script Editor 4 National Honor Societ Girl of Month 4 NORMA LONG Johnnie Bless Mary General Course H A 2 MARY ROSS Mary H1 there' General Course ALEX BORDEN Suds Youll Never Make It Valsity G 4 Football 4 l y 3 EDITH LOU THORlN TON Ead1e Hx' Home Economlcs Co ISE RUTH WILCOXEN Ruthle Gee Whlz' Commcrclal C urse H A Commerclal Club 3 4 Glee Club 1 AUDREY CHEETS Aud Gollys' Genexal Course H A 2 Glrl Rc elves 3 4 A A ALICE SUZANNE BERKLEY Susxe Q F1ddl stlcks F H A 2 ' ' 'WG- W-cs' K-GW 'ffl MARY ELLEN WOODARD Woody Well I ll swan' General Course RACHEL WALTER Jody Jeepers' General Course FLORENCE ELLIOTT Genexal Course RUTH WALLACE Ruthle Teepers' Home Economlcs Course JOANN TIERRY Jody Ignore It' COIDTTTCICIHI Coulse H A 2 Gul RLQGIXQS Chou 1 2 3 Glen Club 1 2 3 4 Commucxal Club 4 P1010 xaphy Club 1 ANN WHITE Anme Golly Nod Home Economlcs Course Glu Club 1 XNS PI . III - 1 ll IW ru I V cr , 5 1 - 1' . 1 N N1 I lr! l UIINJFI I I IX if 1 r . . 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The Glass Tfzlall of Fha qorty 9NQne'rs We the Senaor Class of 1949 beang of sound mand and body do hereby declare thas to be our last wall and testament and do bequeath the followang I Forrest Borden, leave my heaght to Bally Shaver I lack Bradley gave bv bag boots to Freddae Raake I .Ianace Folden, vsall by Nataonal Honor Socaety pan to Georgaa Alderaga I Noel Hockman gaye nay dey oted waya to Burl .ludy I Audrey Jackson, wall aaay Purple Panther jacket to my sa'-ater Illally I Dayad jackson lease any un a- annanf antellafenee to Betty Melrllee I M ara an ,Ieffer , gayc any loye for Humphrey to anyone who lakes to wrate latter:-. I Ball Joe Johnson, I1 aye any yery fraandly da-po-ataon and Job as taptaan of tlae football teaan to Hula ard Ilaya- We Bette Ixanv and Peggy Polloak mall our loye for aonyertalalee to tlae aeit of the garls at G A H S I Dorothy Ianaer, g,,ay1 my paou- ya av- to my -aster Betty I Mary Iou Leonard wall aaay Qweetnew to Charlotte Preaton I lNoran1a Lee Long, Ieaye aaay anterest an Badwell to anybody' that prefers Iaer anen to be tall aaad bloaade I Alaae Ivllllitlllll, ava aaay Ioye for poetry aaad anuqae to Mlrl aan Don null II Gene Wlanley, wall my front -eat an Mase Uradburys rooan to Melvan Dyke I Bob Marcha, Ieaye my aharanang.. -aanale to Keath Thomas I Gee Marcha Gaye my uaual kaek an tlae seat of the pants at football gamea to tlae next chanapaoaa qaaarterlaaek I Tommy Mfattlaewe g.aye that eute look of mane to John Matelaell I Ray Illatehell, wall tlae keys to the Juke box to Mr Brown for next years attendant I ,Io an 'Waller lllil yy aaat to Ieau paraod I Mary Ann Wlaller, wall aaay anterewt an tlae Sophomore claw to Bette Berk e I .Ioan Mollohan, paye aaay damplea to Peggy Daugherty who wants some yerv badly I ,lean lNorthup, leave Sammy here but I warn all tlae garls to lefaye ham alone I .lane Anne Notter leave my far reachang yoace to Maureen Qwasher I Cene Payne wall my love for all sports to Alvan Matchell I Phebe Aaan Patehford, g,aye my yagor 'and 'abalaty to play ba ketb'aIl to Audrev Monroe I lnddae Raaney le aye aaay bag. black eyes to Don lamaneranan I Herbert Rafe Ie aye all aaay anaa-elew to Bob Halley who wall 100k mee wath them Fred Boae wall all any effort to Iawrence II aleoxen Mary Ro-N Ieaye my humorous book report- to Carolyn Wooten Fdyafard Roush wall my Iayne- to Loua Arnold Dolores Ruwell gaye any qaaaet May- 10 Bef-ky johnson W ayne qhayer Iefaye any d'aaaaang.. llllllly to Terry John on au qheet ay: any alaalaty to fret along. ysath 'lla Ilmu In anyamp yt 10 nk aa a at In I Xllen Straag,Iat yyall any aollectaon of book to Pen Wnmlall e Anna 'IIN Wlaatc I are arkley I ya r aaamoml, 1 g.aIs who vyoaat 'et one- of' tlaear oasn I I I0 -tudenti who lake at , 0 - 1 I 9 I I ' . , u u I 'I 9 - 1 1 . , 1 , ,' , . . 9 1 I1 I " 1 I I 1 4 7 I1 'I I I' , ' I . . 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Some of our former frlends Gene Boster, Noel Hockman, and Bllly Day, own cattle ranches out West There IS a group of people laughing It must be somethlng funny Lets see Why It lS Lucy Perslnger, the comedlenne and her sponsor, Phebe Pitch ford Seems as lf Raw Mitchell IS still carrying on ln hls old Job, only now he owns a luke box agency Our class has IIS share of stenographers too Ann llorrlson, Ruth Wood, Nlarw Allll Wllller and Nlary Ross work lll the State BUllfllllU lll Columbus Wlar loll Jeffers llld IOIS Sfllllll lre secretaries to the President As ssc go up to a door to vet some flCill llf, we see Bob Nlarclll, alrplane pilot Dorothy Skinner, Geneva Campbell llld Mary Ann Burnett, alr lllle stewardesses, Kllfllblllg ollt of 1 plfme Coming behind them, we see bee Mar Clll, fl9Slglll'I' of womens tlothcs, and Blll Johnson, owner of the Brooklyn Dodgers lll else lllVOllC gets slck we ll lve two serv capable nurses here Barbara Lll'flVNPll lllll Jellllle SllllPl' We must go over to the Stolk Llub sometime Donna Straight and Marv Allce Stover, co owners hue Audrey Jackson llld Mary Margaret Young as a dallce tC'lI'll People sav they 'lre wonderful Another CldIlClIlg team that seems to be popul lr these dflvs 'lre Fred Rose llld Bette King Aldenl Shato and Dorothy Llnler 'lre botll ll0lIlU wonderful work as mls SlOIl2ll'lCS Ilerblc Rlfe Illl'll6ll out to be 'l pl'0fCSSl0Ilill football player and John Stebbins lust returned fl0lll Lurope where he won the Olympic prlze for dlsc throwing Jellllf' lscker, l Jourlllll-st, ls wandering around Wltll her two secretaries Jeanne NlbCI'l and Jean Northup so there Wlll probably be l blg wrlte up about who 15 now l blg tllne Udllllllel' llld owns several night clubs ls over there show lng some professlonal secrets Let s go over They might COIIIC ln handy sonle IIIIIC I see by Jack Brldlev s expression lhlt he feels that Eddie lsnt worklnv lCC0l'tllIlg to Hoyle Well, we hope he IIOCGII t let llls feelings get the better of him ilIlf'P he ls now l i'lldIllplOll wrestler It seems tll It zxlllll Mae WllllC and Allee Berkley married thelr high school -weethearts We helr that .mother of our chool ehums, Leah Thompson, ls teaching the Presldellt s Cllllflferl lllll tllelr nurse ls the e lpable Edlth Thornton Wfllklllg Ollt on the pormh we see tll ll the great chemlst Tommy Matthews ls talking to the lllllllill fly Forrest Borden Forrest 19 really making money by bllllfllllff skyscrapers 'ls l slde llne They say he can bullrl farther wltllout l ladder than ally otller man ln the world Standing beslde them IS the Ford Companv owner, Fddle Roush Wlth llllll IS hls designer, Alex Bordell BV the way, Alex married 'Vlldge Gordon D lrrel Shahan, wllo owlls l large turkey flrm, IS fllI'lllSlllllg enough turkeys for dinner this CVCIIIIIQ. If me tllrll the l'lfll0 oll lll 1 few Illllllllf'Q we can hear Ruth WllCOXOIl and Mary W ood lffl qlllglllg over iIdllOIl C1 A H S l lst, hut not least, we ll lve that be llllllilll red haired Barbara Halley, wllo lb '1 lawyer llltl 1 serv flmous OIIC, too As we ll ue l'0'llllCfl through the rooms, we have nlet a lot of interesting people Our cllss certainly turned out fllle, even thougll some people were not too sure of thlt lll 194-9 Geneva Lalnpbell and Dorothy Skinner Q o 0 Y I , - .. i .4 1 .J f . g . '- g, . ' . 1' - . ' ' : ' . , . 1 ' 1 ' ' I s n a a I W ' ' 1 ,. f 1 1 . . l ' ll' 1 2 .' fl ' I ' ' ' c ' L T ' ' 'I 1 s w n . 1 ' 1 , . . ' . - S, 1 f, 1 1 . J I. u k I C 1 Q I - K I K x, 1 . ' 1 ' 1 ' U '. . . K A . 1 . U . 1 z .I I' K 1 . R .A .A ' . 1 . I I . J , lf' I . V. -1 I ' , ' ' , . tllis l'6lllll0ll ill the Look magazine for which Miss Ecker works. Eddie Rainey, '. 1 ' ' ,- 1 . ' . I . - n V ' I V Q I -' q 1 , s . , 1 . 1 1 1 g i . v , . . Y ,1 1 ' s . . 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Flrst row Georgla Alderlgl Nell Vaughn Roach Hllda Bostfer Nancy Beard Mary Frances Rose Mlnnxe Sxmmons Bernadme Donnett Exleen Walhs Wllavene Sheets Garnet Uldacre Maureen Swlsher Ruth Anderson Betty Casey Clarabelle Walters Carolyn Wooten Kathleen Ralke Second row Carl Baker Peggy Daugherty Marlan Baker Joan Hoover Louxse Brown Clara Russell Vxrglma Roach Harriet Young Frances Burnett Clara Mae Rose Joanna Burdette Th1rd row Louxe Arnold Don Zimmerman Tom Crawford Jlmmy Brewer Pete Burdette Gene Wether homlt bSammy Plants Kenny Null Ronnle Canaday Jimmy Caldwell Lowell Woodall Wxlllam C am ers l'ourth row Bllly Tucker Harold Walker Eugene Cx ter John Porter Joe Rlchards Danny Thomas Keith Thomas Rlchard Davis Billy Simms Jlmmy Swain Glen Christy Paul Blazer Lawrence Wllcoxon Bllly Shaver Harold Clark l'1rst rovn lmzrld Pusher Jactquelxne Grubb Clara Belle Dotson Barbara Merrltt Helen Halley Ruth Moore Puliry Hamllbon Reda Nnbert Ruth Cnllesme Vxrgmxa McLann Ella Lee Alma Pitch Joann Hoover Fay Neal Audrey Monroe Second row Edna Mae Hall Bette Null Ella Gertrude Lupton La Donna Ecker Rachel Masters Dor othy Haskins Charlotte Preston Margorle Halley Alberta Massey Dorn Henson Janzt Fellure Th1rd row Roger Pusher Buster Havmk Elmer Harrlson Reuben Hull Bobble Harrison Joe Iomz Charles Patterson Mack Iakm James Marshall George Let Charles Halley Merrill Grule Merrlll Evans Burl Judy Loren Nlday Lee Hemphlll I I . .1 . '. . ' . . ' ' ' l 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1. . . ' -'- 1- 1 1 1 1 1 I ' 1 - 1 1 I 1 . 4 1 1 , 1 l 1 1 . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 , , 1 . 1 1 1 1 1. 1 v-- 1 1-1 ' . , . ' . ' . ' . . - - . ' 1 ' 1. ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 l .1 H. 1 ' .. S." ,I 1 I , ' ' . 'i 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 I - 4 " v . 1 l 1 ' '1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - Fha 'junior lass GENE WETHERHOLT P1Qs1dent DANNY THOMAS V1ce Pxesldcnt LA DONNA ECKER Secutdly Txeasulex ls n are 1 llllllllbfl' of nnporlan o lv lll thl 1 Wfkll' ur music v 1 rc lt with l 1 Donna lwkvr lncl lxvllll Thou IPM nw the ll I Ov :rc ct 1 few ln N lllllllll Honor Sou: lv vlrlw t Sprnw 1 ood lufk fnturf Senior- of 1 l - 'X V . I - ' ' N , - ., , . I , . , 'l'h'. class llllh an popululix n of Ill, and tlwrc- 1 ' a ' ' ' pf' p ' 's 'lass 'l'hf'y lluvv thc- boy with the- "f'1lll1'illf'll tovu who is hounal to go fur next Jn. i 'l'l1-' ' uhillli' is also gg 'z " ,z z 1' a Y ' NIB l z l' I, , 's. Th H' a ' also 1-xpm't01l lo gg' 1 ' ' ' .'a ' 1 .' ,a 1' his . ,,. 1 ', Lf-' .- '70, Fxrst row Mary Ann Hoyt Dorls Powell Ann M11 er Juanlta Dray Dorothy Roach Mary Ma garet Gay Mary Alice Finley Mary Ann Johnson Mlllne Jackson Betty Lamer Estella Northup Kathleen Northup Frances Harnson Dorothy Nlbert Madge Houck Mary Lou Johnson Frances Lou Prlce Second row Wanda Halley Wxlma Henson Ival Hughes Vlrgmxa McBr1de Katherme Mink Betty Mc Ghee Jane Anne Evans Clara Dunbar Betty Notter Charlotte Moore Mary Harer Becky Johnson Peggy Harrlson Helen Folden Mary Ann Plckens Mary Ann M1ller Thlrd row Bxll Hogan Tom Halliday Jlmmy Mulhneaux Lenvll McGu1re Ellxs Hudson Robert Haley Sharkey Harrison Ray Hughes James Merrlfleld Glenvxl McGu1re Lewis Flfe Joe Eachus Richard Fourggl row Bobby Nlbert Ray Houck Benny Haner Wlllzam Harle s Eugene McKenney Scottle Lucas yers James Morgan Bllly Exans Edward Evans Bully Gothard Bobby Muller Dale Jaeger Alvln Mltchtll lflrst row Nell Chapman Kathryn Dennison Allena Cartsr Nancy Wlllxams Delorus Shelme Loulse Woodle Patty Saunders Florence Saunders Mary Trotter Ruth Ann Barcus Mary Lou Saunders Eleanor Whlte Bomta Bane Marylm Allison Mary Skmner Carol Jane Ball Mary M Roberts Juamta Shaver Second row Melvln Dyke Cayland Bush l'redd1e Burdette Wayne Clark Phxlbert Boggs 1-rancls Shane Dan Saunders David Allison Freddle Crouse Prank Day James Chandler Eugene Walter Elmer Randolf Clyde Rayburn Maxle Qmlth Pemly Broyles Norah Cordec Thlrd rovs Janet Chapman Irene Cox Betty Cox MarJory Conley Mxrnam Donnally Anna DeVault Betty Berkley Donovan Dans Darrell Day Albert Sheets feddy Boyer Ernest Bordon Clarabelle Bush Betty Brown Donna Brannon Clara Clagg Evelyn Smlth Helen Thnener Dons Wlcklme Norma Sayre . -4 - ' , . , ' . , v ' T 1 n ' l Q 0 1 9 - 1 ' I. 1 I v v ' , 1' 1 0 n V. - I v ' . v ' . ' , , l . . , - , . . . ' 2 . . ' . ' 1 . ' ' . ' . . D ' . 'J ' . I ' 1. I ' l U . 1 - ' v v - . . , S . , ' I H .7 1 1 . 9 1 ' . X 1 Bill Jamison. John Jaeger, Frankie Lyons. P I . . A , . , . . Y - D I , . L '. . . 1 ' , , ' . , . . B, v H. . 1 I P v 1 "' . 1 . I , Y . v ' V ' I' - ' . .' - f - I I 1 P J 1 I The Sophomove lass DONOVAN DAVIS Pres1dent CAROL JANE BALL VICE Presldent CHARLE PLYMALE Secretary Treasurex ln- ml.: I a Uonm an lJ'lWl for lrc' lf ent Flu Soplxoluorm will u llllW bv I'PlIlClIll3PI'f'll for Illf'll' wsenlhlv, whlch ll 1 thc' url hue 1 punl knwk for Plllllff clfws rings w ICI belong. to tllv trongfr -1 vc Q mul lumk lxlfl ' 1 S , , . 'l' ' 'ss I s 'z . "s J s'l . ' f .' s " su " .' z.: " ' sllowml great talent. ln tl 's 'luss. gf s 1' 1 s "I 1 g 'P ... ' . h'l f s f . . Y. 1 4 ' , S. Flrst row Dorothy Mosely Rochelle Hlll Romana Henry Doris Adkms Bonme Forth Jean Fxsher Joy McCalla Betty Mundy Loreda Gibson Margaret Hugnes Sue Fraley Thelma Cromhsh Mona Barley Luella Hughes Jeanette Jeffers Lols Ann Gooch Lynn Brown Margaret Alllson becond row Lucille Doss Grace Green Mary Casey Betty Mitchell Charlotte Matthias Betty LICKDUS Charlotte Hammon Betty Ha.rme Reglna Grubb Carol Dennewltz Gertrude Blazer Alice Clark Hel en Butterfneld June Jenkins Dlana Frfe Joan Erwm Thlrd row Clarence Jackson Rayfleld Jamlson John Mltchell Kenneth Curry Murray Haskms Dan Hamilton John Ecker Stephen McKean Terry Johnson Bill Beard Ronald Crawford Donald Coon Fourth row Lawrence Marshall Robert Colsum Roger James Carl James Roxrcr Baker Bob Gooch Jim Dailey Gary Bane Alvln Adkms Dean Frazler Wxrt Hackworth Gordon Ely Jlmmy Allen Homer Hockman Eugene Harrlson Robert Coulson Bobby Mc!-Ienry John Hlvely rlrst row Doris Chambers Phyllls Wruzht Annabelle Slsson Maxine Merritt Mary Montgomery Hxlda Margaret Pennington Mabel Bnabham Blanche Bateman Barbara Conley Doreen Conley Wllma Daugherty Second row Carol Roush Mary Rupe Ann Robinson Ethel Saunders Mary Martin Grace Taylor Joy Randolf Wanda Shaur Betty Ragan Judy Wood Nma Saunders Alice Waugh Sue Wnlcoxen Rosalee Plerottl MarJor1e Bush Third rovu-Carl Roush Charles Plymale Merle Straxt Jerry Mallett Coleman Smeltzer Kelth Shelton Junior Wulson Wendall Thomas I-rank Young Tommy Reid Richard Brown John Layne Grover Ward Charles Slmmons Wxlhs Wnlcoxen Fourth ron Vernon Mitchell Larry Canaday laul Stanley Bull Wood Ce-orpze Preston Raymond De lille Madge Pettus Joyce Qtevxart Eleanor Kay Rrchards Marcella Null Jean Perslmzer Corbetta Roberts Dons I-ellure Katherine Elhott Marllene Thntntr Ruth Rue Tommy Thompson G0ld9ll Canaday, Charles Nuckles Ernest Syrxs Vlctor Nlday I T 1 I I 9 . D I . r ' 1 . . , -. . . l . . . , - , F I A I D ,1 I I ' I : W 1 l ' 1 .l 1 I . ! . , G -. . . , , , . , . , - Haner, Mavedel' Fisher: Harriet Haner: Donna Barcus, Joyce Clark, Mary Sowards, Betty 'Srnith. v ' ' v ' . Y A L ' -'l - I 1 ' I 1 V v V v . v x u y . 1 . ' , . ' ' ' I Q ' , ' - . 1 v p - , I vi ' , ' . ' I ' . L . ' , ' v ' ' 1 l '. y ' . I ' - ' I Cfffhe Wveshman lass 1 nn - . 1 - w.nr,u - - .N ' lm . lf ill 1 s 1 1 . . 1111-114 1 1 lhlfllllf n y me ll! I Tl -lnn Xltl 1: :J rhv Fl'4'.'llllll'll wvrv rilrlwfl 'xml killllf'1l. nh - first of III1- -' -' nfl 1'41ll1-11 gl'l'1'll2 cu Inn: l'Yf'l'f' UIIIPI' 1'l'n.'s of l'r1's l!'ll. Um' uf llw unhlanuling things ulmnl lh1- vluss, is III1' lilllv Iw1'lv1--y1'alr-0l1l ,ll"lll. ' Fislu-r. Hvl' Hllt!1'rfi1'l1l llllll Lynn Brovn lnxvf' u X'lll1l'I'flll .'l'lrt in tln- 1.' I' ' ' I. 111 l I 'k on tlw may n r. lf vn! FHA Flrst Row Phy1l1s Crmer Maxme Merrztt Mary Al1ce Stox er Mary Ann Mlller Aldena Shato Jeanne Nlbert Kathleen Northup Mary Lou Leonard Mary Lou Leonard Mary Margaret Roberts Betty Berkley Mary Abbott Jo Ann Mlller Elolse Church Second row Wanda Halley Estella Northup Peggy, Broyles Donna Brannon Charlotte Moore Marjorle Halley Reda N1bert Clara Clagg Thlrd row Rochelle H111 Betty McKee Allce Berkley Mary Sowards Joyce Clark Fourth row Dorothy Mosely Mrs Robmson Norma Sayre Audrey Sheets Donn Stralght, Bettey Mltchell, Betty Casey Marybelle Champers PRESIDENT Jeanne Nlbert VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Kathleen Northup Aldena Shato Mary Ann M111er Future Homemakers of Amerlca IS a nat1onal orgamzatlon of girls studymg homemakmg 1n Junlor and seruor hxgh schools 1n tne Unxted States It offers op portumtv for further development of a oupxls 1n1t1at1ve m plannmg and carrymg out aCt1Vlt16S related to homemakmg There are four degree of achxevement The clubs advlsor IS Mrs Robmson They gave one assembly and they had a Jomt party w1th the F F A . - . . , 'i . . , . I , . , 7 7 7 1 I i 1 1 1 ' 1 , . ' . 1 .1 Y '1 1 . 1 9 ! ' . . L ' 1 1 A 1 1 1 Mxlhe Jackson, Garnet Oldacre, Nancy Beard, Mary Frances Rose. A ' . ' I 1 - . 1 1 1 E y ' . . . , . . . . . . ' - . , . . . ' ' - ' FFA For row Robert Clark B11lv Day Darrell Shahan Herbert R1fe Jun Evans W yr Sa nders Elmer Harr1son Buster Hawk Second row Fred Crouse Fred Ra1ke Jerry Mallett Paul Stanley Scotty Lucas R1chard Brown Thlrd r W Maxle Smlth Glenvllle McQu1re Ray Mltchell Fred Rose Lewls F1fe Fourth row Mr Shaver Rondall Wallace Ray Hugres Ray Pennmgton Phxlbert Boggs Alv1n Mltchell Lawrence Wllcoxon PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Herbert R1fe Darrel Shahan Jlmmy Evans TREASURER REPORTER SENTINEL Wayne Saunders Robert Clark Bllly Day The Fut re Farmers of Amerlca 1S a club for boys takmg the Agr cut re course It rs sponsored by Mr Shaver Each member cf the club h s a iarm pro Ject whlch he works on for a year They work hard on these proJects and they wrll all some day be very successful farmers 1 1- 1 I. . v 1 ' 1 ' 1 u Q 2' ,A 2 S , , . . T 1 l 1 1 D 7 M 7 C - . I . , . . , I b . y , . . , Lenville MCQUITE, Robert Craft, Raymond DeL1lle, John Lane. ' ' - G r . 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' W la ' - GOVERWVILIN T CLL B -ids-,g Campbell Nell Vaughn Roach Mary Ann Burnett MHFIOU Baker Ella Gertrude Lupton Allan Roma1ne B1ll Joe Johnson Gene Wetherholt Wayne Folden Second row Lou1s M8FCh1 Charlene Robmson Anne Melton Hxlda Boster Dor1s Henison Mary Lou Leonard Jean Northup Sammy Plants Jeanne Ecker John Epp e Th1rd row Leah Thompson Peggy Pollock Barbara Halley LOUISE Brown Jan1ce Folden Dorothy Hask1ns V1rg1n1a McCann Georg1a Alder1g1 LaDonna Ecker Mrs Masters Nancy Beard Danny Thomas Carolyn Wooten Fou1th row Jane Anne Notter Elleen Walhs Barbara Cardwell George Wllson Carl Lewxs Baker AIVIH Glbson Burl Judy Kenneth lN ll F1fth row A1166 MacKenz1e Joan Eachus Paul Sheets Don Henshaw Jlmmy Jarv1s Loren N1day Bob March1 Bob ODell PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Allan Romame Wayne Folden B111 J e Johnson One of the most popular and bxggest clubs 1n school IS the Government Club It IS only open to 3un1o1s and semors They hold one rneetmg a month at wl'1ch thev have some ve1y mterestmg people as speaker They are roted for two of the most outstandmg dance of the ye r The M1t1Cl0C Ball and the Valent1ne Dance Mrs Masters 1S the adv1sor . . - , MM4 4 1 ', ' - ' ' - - 1 rfwf' V 3 V: 'W 1 'fr at 1 , ' 1 1, . i 5 1 First row-Betty Null, Dorothy Skinner, Rachel Masters, Peggy Daugherty, Geneva 1 I I 1 1 1 9 Y 7 5 ' " I -1 V A 1 V 1 l 1 l 7 ' ! 9 ! 5 A T . , . . - , . , . .I , l 7 . 7 I D 7 3 ' . 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' GIRL RESERVES F1rst row Betty Null Dorothy Sk1nner Mary Ann Burnett Audrey Sheets Gen eva Campbell Nell Vaughn Roach Barbara Cardwell Marlon Baker Georg1a Ald er1g1 Barbara Halley Ella Gertrude Lupton Leah Thompson Second row Peggy Pollock Louise Brown Eloxse Church Jamce Folden Loxs Sm1th Jo Ann Th1erry Mary Belle Champers Rachel Masters Charlene Rob mson Jane Anne Notter Anne Melton Thlrd row Donna Stralght Al1ce MacKenz1e Joan Eachus LaDonna Ecker Mar Jeanne Ecker Carolyn Wooten E1leen Wallis Charlotte Preston PRESIDENT Adrey Sheets VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Barbara Cardwell Barbara Halley Mary Ann Burnett Glrl Reserves IS one of the most popular clubs among the Junlor and senxor glrls It IS an organlzatlon for Chrlstlan gxrls A glrl IS not elxglble to Jo1n the club 'LI1t11Sl"9 lS a 1un1or and then she IS voted m by the old members The b1ggest socxal event of the year IS a supper wxth the H1 Y It IS sponsored by Mlss F1Sk6 O '-' 1 . 1 . 1 ' .1 ' l . 1 1 1 1 ' Y Y I ' l H I ' . , . V . , . U 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 I ' . in I ' , . . . ' ' . '. ' - xon Jeffers, Dolores Russell, Vnjglma Roach, Mxss F1ske, Frances Burnett, I I ! ' 1 .' . . 7 e .. I . IHESPIAN CLLB Frrst row Betty Null Georgxa Alder1g1 Ella Gertrude Lupton Jeanne Ecker Wayne Folden Barbara Cardwell Rachel Masters LaDonna Ecker Becky Johnson Mary Abbott Second row Peggy Pollock B1ll Joe Evans Rlchard Davxs Mack Lakm .hmmy Jarv1s John Epple Ann M1ller George WIISOH Loren Nlday Thud row-Joan Eachus Charlene ROb1HSOD Burl Judy Danny Thomas Anne Melton Allan Romame Leah Thompson Mrs Gllllngham PRESIDENT Wayne Folden VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Barbara Cardwell Jeanne Ecke The Thesplan Club IS one of the most act ve clubs 1n school They presented the Chrlstmas assembly Mrs G1ll1ngham IS the adv1sor Several tlmes they have lead 1o1nt meetlngs Wlth the Government Club One t1me they presented a play called For the Love of Mlke and one other t1me they played records they had made 1n speech class r - ' v . 1 1 ' 1 a 1 Y 1 I ! . ' I 1 . 1 . .1 Y 1 1 1 1 - .1 1 l . 1 A I Y 7 ' ' I . . G . l - . ' AK ' Sy ' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Fxrst row-Jeanne Ecker Dorothy Sklnner Jenme Suxter Jamce Folden Ann Morrlson Second row Ahce MZCKSHZIG Jeanne N1bert Barbara Halley Barbara Cardwell Phebe Pxtchford Bette Kmg Th1rd row Darrell Shahan Allan Rorname Robert Clark J1mm1e Evans Davxd PRESIDENT David Jackson Jenme Sulter VICE PRESIDENT TREASURER SECRETARY Barbara Halley J1mm1e Evans Membershlp m the Nat1onal Honor Soclety IS the h1ghest honor that can be attalned by any student Members are chosen for quahtles of leadersh1p scholar shlp character and servlce There were SIX members chosen from the Junlor class last year Thxs Year ten senxors were made members T A '. , ' , r 1 , . Jackson. A . l - ' : . 1 . .n v. ' , . GAA F rst row Audrey Sheets Bon1ta Bane Lo1s Ann Gooch Eleanor Kay Rlchards Second row Clara Clagg Donna Brannon Maryorle Halley Peggy Jo Broyles Betty Ragan Thlrd row Norma Sayre Lyn Brown Jeanette Jeffers Marcella Null Luella Hughes Rochell H111 PRESIDFNT Audrey Sheets VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Bon1ta Bane Eleanor Kay Rlchard L01s Ann Gooch Tre Glrls Athletlc As oc1at1on IS relatxvely small thls year but not because there are not many g1rls lnterested ln 3tl"l9t1CS It IS just that they don t have much t1me The glrls who do belong though have a wonderful t1me and they have a very capable advlsor Mr Sheets Fourth row-Doris Powell, Ival Hughes, Helen Butterfield, Betty Insco, Mrs. Sheets. VARSITY "G CLUB Flrst row Wayne Shaver Wayne Folden Forrest Borden Russell Wood Jlmmy JaI'V1S John Epple Second row Louxs March1 Allan Romame Sammy Plants Carl Lewls Baker Thxrd row Freddy Burdette Bob Marchl B111 Joe Johnson John Stebblns Mr Halderman PRESIDENT Wayne Folden VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY B111 Joe Johnson Allan Romalne Varslty G IS for those boys who have won a varslty award ln some sport The purpose of thls club IS to promote good fe11OWSh1p clean sportsmanshlp and to keep SIIVE the athletlc Splflt Mr Halderman IS the club advlsor 99 . ,W 1 7 1 I 1 . ' , . ' "' . I .1 . 1 1 . 1 Rxchard Davls. . 1 , ., . L , . , ' ' as 11 - ' - . . 1 . - 1 . I , I . LIBRARY CLUB F1rst row Aldena Shato Mary Lou Leonard Phylhs Crxner Louxse Brown Jeanne Nlbert Donna Straxght Second row-Jean Northup Mary Ann Hoyt Ann MOFFISOD Bette Klng Ruth Wood Mrs Davls Thlrd row Carl Lewls Baker Sammy Plants Eleanor Whlte Mary Allce Stover Kathleen Northup Charlotte Moore PRESIDENT Jeanne Nxbert VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Betty Kmg Marv Lou Leonard The Lxbrary Club 1S cne of the most valuable clubs ln our hlgh school The ob1ect of the club IS to F8156 money to buy books for the llbrary and to tram stud ents 1n llbrarv work Mr Davls the school lxbrauan IS the advisor W - - . . , .. . .,.-.. ..........-.....-. ' b 1 1 1 s , . 1 1 1 1 , . . a 1 1 1 1 ' 1 , . - . l . , , . PRESS CLUB EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ASST BUSINESS MGR Barbara Halley Richard Davis LaDonna Ecker PHOTOGRAPHER SOCIETY EDITOR Kenneth Null Rachel Masters SALES MANAGER Jennie Suiter SPORTS EDITOR NEWS EDITOR Mack Lakin Eileen Wallis REPORTERS Peggy Daugherty Peggy Hamilton Charlotte Preston Harriet Young ested in Journalism the opportunity to publish the school paper, The Gallia Script They sponsor several dances during the year to help pay for the Gallia Script Our annual Homecoming Game and Dance was made possible this year by the Press Club and almost everyone agreed that it was a tremendous success The .Press Club sponsored by Miss Gillespie provides for those who .are inter: HIY Fxrst row R1chard Bane Davxd Jackson Allan Romame George Wxlson Don Henshaw Second row Lou1s M3YCh1 Bxllv Day Robert Clark Mack Lak1n Loren N1da'y Merr111 Evans John Epple Thxrd row-Jxmmy Jarvls Rlchard Davxs Jlmmy Evans Danny Thomas, Gene Wetherholt Bob Marchx Ke1th Thomas Fourth row B111 Joe Evans Jxmmy Swa1n John Porter Darrell Shahan Herbert Rlfe Jlmmy Caldwell Mr Fowler PRESIDENT Don Henshaw VICE PRESIDFNT SECRETARY TREASURER George WIISOH Davld Jackson R1cha1d Bane This 1S one of the most popular clubs fol 1un1or and semor boys It IS a branch of tne Y M C A and was organxzed m 1934 Eaoh vear the H1 Y and Glrl Re serves have a supper togethel Mr Fowler IS the advlsor a W , .,.. .. 1 1 1 1 . 1 . ' 1 , , 1 , . 1 1 1 v 1 - . . "' 1 1 1 1 e 1 - ' ' 4 . . . . . , . - ' KEY CLUB F1rst row Rlchard Davxs Jlmmy Evans Allan Romame Kelth Thomas Second row-Jlmmy Mulllneaux W1l11am Chambers Merrxll Grube Mack Lak1n Merrlll Evans Fourth row Lou1e Arnold Don Henshaw Mr Brown PRESIDENT Allan Romame VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Kelth Thomas Jxmmle Evans Rxchard Davls The Key Club IS open to boys from the sophomore Jumor and sen1or classes who have a B average or above Each 'year there IS a natxonal conventlon The purpose of thls club IS servlce It IS sponsored by the Klwanls Club Third row-Joe Eachlus, Tom Halliday, John Epple, Robert Clark, Darrel Shahan. LAINGUAGE CLUB Frrst row Kexthe Thomas B1l1y Sxmms Danny Thomas Ronnre Canaday Mary Skmner Becky Johnson Second row Ann Mlller Margaret Allxson Bonlta Bane Lyn Brown Luella Hughes Margaret Hughes June Jenk1ns E11een Wallxs Joan Erwm Jeanette Thlrd row Helen Butterfleld Eleanor Kay Richards Lo1s Ann Gooch Eleanor Whlte Helen Folden Carol Jane Ball Katherlne Mlnk Mona Balley Fourth row M1ss McManus Al1ce MacKenz1e Glen Chrlsty Bobby Gooch Cole man Smeltzer Stephen McKean Terry Johnson Wendall Thomas W1ll1am Chambers Jrmmiy Mulllneaux Loule Arnold Jxmmy Dalley Johnny Ecker PRESIDENT Kelth Thomas VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER B111 Slmms Danny Thomas Ronnie Canaday The Language Club IS open to anyone takmg French or Latln It IS one of the few clubs open to freshmen They always sponsor at least two dances every year Mlss McMan1s lS the club advxsor V . . ' 1 . 1 A . ' 1 1 I y ' . 1 ' . 1 I I A v ' D v 1 l' -' v y l 1 1 Jeffers, Marllyn Allxson. ' . T Q Y ' . A- , . O . , 7 7 1 ! ' "' . 1 ' I 7 . 1 W . 1 . . ' . , . ' , . . ' - Y 7 1 Y . Y . ' COMMERCIAL CLUB Flrst row Bette Null Elo1se Church MHYIOH Jeffers Lucy Perslnger George Wll son Jane Anne Notter Janxce Folden Ann Morrlson Bette Kmg Jean Northup Second row MISS W1111ams Kathleen Ralke Mary Belle Champers Hllda Boster Dolores Russell Mary AIICE Stover Jo Ann M1l1er Ruth Wood Ruth Wllcoxon, Thxrd row Dorothy Sk1nner Georgxa Alderxgl Ella Gertrude Lufpton Dorothy H3Sk1DS LOVUISC Brown Mary Frances Rose Vlrgmxa Roach Alma Fitch E1leen Walllas Fourth row Jeanne Nxbert Phebe Pltchford PRESIDENT Jane Anne Notter VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Janlce Folden Ann Morrlson Bette Klng Commerclal Club IS composed of student takmg shorthand and typmg and who are lookmg forward to enterlng mto the busmess world as a secretary M1ss W11 l1ams IS the adv1s0r It holds meetmgs on one Wednesday of every month ' " 1 . G 1 , in 1 I ' ! 7 Y 1 ! l ' U A . . . 7 A . y A , . r , D ' .I v Q x ' s Vlrglma McCann. . . T . ' . 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' . . 7 I l l X 1 ! , . . - , I PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB F11st row Ruth Ann Barcus Arlen Saunders Jenme Su1ter Mary Abbott Second row Alxce MacKenz1e Mlflam Donnally Gordon Ely Jason Shepherd Th1rd row Mr Swanson Paul Sheets Alv1n Gxbson Arlen Saunders A1106 MHCKCHZIC Jennle Sulter Th1s club IS chlefly for the many camera fans that are students at Gallla Acad emy Its membersh1p rlght now IS rather small but lt 1 mcreasmg steadlly Its advlsor IS Mr Swanson who also has qulte an mterest 1n photography PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER X505 BAND Magorettes-Juanlta Shaver Mary Margaret Roberts Joan EFWIH Dorothy Haskms Charlotte Preston Drum MaJor-George Wxlson Fxrst row Luella Hughes Wanda Folden Patty Sa nders Exleen Wallxs Carol Jane Ball Marllyn Lloyd Gretchen Smlth Cmascotb Dorothy Sklnner Marlon Jeffers Bomta Bane LaDonna Ecker Charlene Roblnson Marcella Null Glorla Swanson Margaret Al11son Flag bearers-Jean Northup Adelme Johnson, Mary Lou Leonard Second row Hllda Boster Jane Ann Evans Nancy Beard Rachel Masters Georgra Alderlgx Bette Null Mary Ann Plckens Helen Butterfleld Eleanor Kay Rlch ards LOIS Ann Gooch Peggy Pollock Arlen Saunders Helen Folden Dorxs Powell Marxlyn Allxson Norah Carol Condee June Jenkxns Thlrd row Alxce MacKenz1e Jeanne Ecker Jane Anne Notter Barbara Cardwell Joan Eachus Janice Folden Joe Drummond Becky Jo mson Ann M111er Coleman Smeltzer Louxe Arnold James Lee Dalley Loren Nlday Jlmmy Swaln Darrell Shahan Blll George Roger Baker Ronnie Canaday Johnny Ecker John Epple B111 Joe Evans Bxlly Sulter Ke1th Thomas FOUI th row-Gary Payne Don Henshaw Wayne Shaver Gene Boster Tom Evans PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Don Henshaw Ke1th Thomas Jeanne Ecker Th1s year the band was even better than last year The marchmg band was ught on the1r toes all the tlme durxng football season The concert band has u orked hard also They gave the1r annual Pop Concert and a concert of Cham ber Vluslc whrch was composed mostlv of ensembles 1 . . 1 ' 1 1 . W :U . . . , , - A4 , . J . I 1 ' 1 .1 1 ' 1 1 I 1 1 . 1 -1 , 1 - 1 l . I Y 1 l U I ' ' I u 1' 1 - 1 . Y I ' Y Y Y l Y 1 1 1 + ' Y I 7 Y ' 1 . 1 1 I - 1 . . 1 ' 1 ' 1 s I 1 7 N". l 7 I . I Y . Y Y I Y Q Y 0 1 Q 1 1 ' 7 ' tk Y! - ' ' 1 , A . A CAPPEI LA CHOIR 35 ff' W Fxrst row Mary Abbott Kathleen Raxke Peggy Harrlson Mary Belle Champers Carolyn Wooten Lucy Perslnger Janlce Folden Jean Northup Jenme Suxter Dorothy Skmner Elolse Church Jo Ann Mxller Ella Gertrude Lupton LaD0n na Ecker Norah Carol Condee Charlene Rob1nson Leah Thompson Gene Man lev Kelth Thomas John Epple Second row Jeanne Ecker Mary Skmner Peggy Cremeens Vlfglnla McCann Bernadlne Donnet Thxrd row Burl Judy Carl Lew1s Baker Frankle Lyons Charlotte Moore Becky Jolcnson M8TlCH Jeffers Dolores Russell Eleanor Whlte Mary Ann Hoyt Kathleen Northup Aldena Shato Many Ann Mlller Georgla Alderlgl Rachel lNI!IvasitIers Futh Moore Mack Lak1n Jlmmy Jarvls Ronnxe Canaday Gene et erho t Fourth row Pete Burdette Donavan Davxs John Stebbms Don Henshaw Arlen Saunders Ann Mxller Joan Eachus Barbara Cardwell Al1ce MacKenz1e Paul Wells Paul Sheets Allan Romalne George W1lson Betty Null Mary Ann Plck ens Jane Anne Notter Bob ODell PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY George W1lson Carl Lew1s Baker Ella Gertrude Lupton The A Cappella Cholr 1s the largest muslc club 1n school Under the d1rect1on of Mrs Doepplng lt has stood as an excellent muslcal group IH our town for sev 1 era years The Club presented Bethany thls year They also sang 1n the Easter assem bly at the Baptxst and Presbyterlan Chu ches and the annual Sprmg Concert 4 .IM,?.,w1,,-Y , . ,V me ' '-: A 1 I I , . 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DETT CHOIR Fxrst row Joyce Stewart Mary Casey Lucllle Doss Betty Casey Ella Lee Roch elle H111 Betty McGhee Dorothy Mosely Audrey Jackson Mlldred Jackson, Grace Greene Madge Gordon Second row Ernest Bordon John Mitchell Wllllam Hogan George Lee Clarence Jackson, Wllham Jamison James Morgan Rayfleld Jamlson Frank Young III Lawrence Marshall PRESIDENT Betty Casey VICE PRESIDENT LIBRARIAN S SECRETARY TREASURER Ella Lee Dorothgy Mosley Lawrence Marshall Rayfleld Jamlson The Dett Cho1r IS one of the flnest orgamzatlons ln our school It lS composed of students from all classes and IS under the dlrectlon of Mrs Doeppmg One of the Cho1r s outstandmg members IS Jean Mosley who has won much appraise wlth her vocal talent On March 18 the Cho1r presented their annual formal Concert and much progress slnce last year was shown 4 'I . 1 . 1 r 1 ' 1 ' I Y Y 7 y ' - , . . . ,. . . . U' ' ' . ' . ' u 1 a v . , I . . . . ST CECELIA GLEE CLLB Flrst row Juanlta Shaver Mary Skxnner Dorothy Lamer Jean Northup Janxcc. Folden Dorothy Sklnner Lucky Persmger Peggy Harrlson Ival Hughes Ruth Ann Barcus Carol Jane Ball Ella Gertrude Lfupton Mlflam Donnally Patty Saunders Janet Fellure Joanna Burdette Second row Carolyn Wooten Anne Melton Kathleen Ralke Bernadme Donnet Peggy Cremeens Ann Morrxson Kather1ne Mlnk Dorothy Hasklns Georgla Alder1g1 Rachel Masters LaDonna Ecker Bette Null Th1rd row Jeanne Ecker Ruth Moore Marxan Baker Jennle Sulter Leah Thomp Folden Donna Brannon Mary Ann M1ller Aldena Shato Peggy H3m11t0H Fourth row Ahce MacKenz1e Jane Anne Evans Nancy Beard Dolores Russell Barbara Cardwell Joan Eachus Adel1ne Johnson Mary Ann M1ller Eleanor Whlte Ruth Glllesple Betty Brown Ann M1ller Mary Ann P1Ck6DS Norah Carol Condee Jane Anne Notter Charlene Robinson Kathleen Northup PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Barbara Cardwell Georg1a Alderlgl Adellne Johnson The St Cecel1a Glee Club lS made up of s1xty g1rls from the sophomore Jumor and senxor classes Tlaey very seldom make a publlc appearance but when they do they are well worth attendmg The1r only concert was then' annual Sprmg Formal Concert presented on March 18 . v is 3 1 v . 1 W v D . v a 1 7 l ? 1 ! ' L' L I ' . 7. . . ' .D . ' .. Q Y Y Y 1 1 1 ' 7 ' T v 1 l s h I 1 ' son, Becky Johnson, Elc1se Church, Mary Ann Hoyt, Charlotte Moore, Helen i V I Y ' - W 1 I . 9 ' v x . v ' . . ' . 7 .' ' ' . ' 1 r , v .1 1 ! 3 1 ' ' . I . . I ' , C f BOYS GLEE CLUB Fnst row--Jenme Sulter Caccompanlstl, Ray Houck Bxlly Evans Bobby Mlller George Preston Jlmmy Allen Gary Bane Junxor Wllson Kelth Shelton Tom Thompson Wendel Thomas Roger Baker Second row-Stephen McKean .hm Dalley Francls Shane Tom Halllday Joe Eachus Alvln Mltchel Wxrt Hackworth Pete Burdette Bob Gooch Freddy Chandler Tom Rexd Gordon Ely ny Hamxlton Edward Evans Murry HaSk1nS PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER Jim Dallefy Francls Shane Johnny Ecker The Boys Glee Club IS one of the most advanced organ1zat1ons for boys ln our school Boys from all classes who are mterested xn vocal tramxng are permlt ted membershlp Under the dxrectorshlp of Mrs Doeppmg the bovs have shown remarkable talent and ab1l1ty Coleman Smeltzer IS one of the outstandlng vocal attrxbutes of the Club 9 .. . . . . l . , Third row-Johnny Ecker, Kenny Curry, Terry Johnson, Coleman Smeltzer, Dan- GIRLS GLEE CLUB 1 First row Ann Robinson Carol Roush Jeanette Jeffers Margaret Hughes Thelma Cromlish Loreda Gibson Jean Pers1nger Many Trotter Francis Harrison Joan Erw1n Betty Mundy Mona Bailey Rosalee Pierottl Luella Hughes Diana Fife Lynn Brown Margaret Allison son Marv Lou Saunders Mary Margaret Roberts June Jenkins MarJor1e Bush Lois Ann Gooch Eleanor Kay Richards Blanche Bateman Estella Northup Marcella Null Joy McCa1la Ihird row Clara Clagg Betty Notter Doris Powell Dons Roach Helen Butter field Katherine Elhott Phebe MacClaskey PRESIDENT Helen Butterfield VICE PRESIDENT SECRETARY Margaret Allison Eleanor Kay Richards The Girls Glee Cluo 1S composed mostly of freshmen glrls They work very hard studying the music of the St Cecelia Glee and some of their own The-y want to make the St Cecelia Glee and A Cappella Choir next year They appeared wlth the other glee clubs in the Spring Concert l I , ,..- l i 7' i . 1 '. 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"' '4.qV,..V,. ummary of cyflthletics, IQ48 1049 FOOTBALL Wath Coach .lam Halderman faeldang the greatest football team an the has tory of Gallaa Academy, the Blue Deval gradders ran thear 19 consecutive vac tones over a two year span The Blue Dex als broke and set new records whach wall stand for a long tame to come The Blue Devals set a new hagh scormg record for the school by scorang 303 poants an nane games, wlnch ancadentally was the best an the state Thear defensave record was second best an the state and best an the schools hastory, as the champs allowed thear opponents only 18 poants all season They also set a new league scorang record for one game whale beatang Nelsonvalle 86 0 an a gloraous, cock eyed game, endang the GOLDEW ERA and also the careers of 14 Senaors Probably the greatest honor to come to the Blue Devals all sea son was tlaear beang selected among the farst ten teams an the state Several members of the champs were selected on aaraous All State te aans BASBILTBAI L The Blue Deaals 1 nrraed thear wannanf w ay- to th1 b asketb all court as they won 18 and dropped only 1 lhe Bag, Blue taed w ath Athens for Co Champs of the 5 ln O League tatle Coach Halderna an st arted the season wath sax rcturnang, letteranen and fue former reserae tars to make up has squad The Blue llevals coanbaned sharp shootang wath a good fast break, race horse sty le of basketball that tared thear opponents, and kept thena on thear heels most of the taane Heaght and good rebound work under tlae basket were also aanportant factors an wannang Another factor of the wmnang team was thear fane teamwork To put a fanasahng touch on the outstandang season, the Downtown Coaches Club sponsored a b anquet for the Blue Des als and the Athens Varsaty on March 31st Cam Henderson, outstandanp 'll arsh all College Coach, was the speaker We also woaald lakc to awe a lattle meaataon to those freshancn b asketballers who won the Frosh tournament at Athens and brought home a tro hy These boys worked aery la ard undtr the tutelapc of Ch arles Swanson on ll hear anore froan them an latcr wears an 1 tae for the sm cond pl ue an the le ague 'lhet-1 boy-a wall probably be the an aanstays of next we tr s Y arsaty 'lhear coach was M H Fowler BASEBALI Callapolas wall h ue a very good claance to w an the ch ampaonshap an three sports thas year lf the patchang and battang, comes around as expected the Blue Desals wall hue an excellent ch ance The Blue Devals baseball 5636011 w as not too successful last we ar as thev won fue and lo-.t eaght But wath eaght returnang lettermen thas year, Coacla Halderanan sees pre at possabalataes for lns quad Coupled watla hard work and tlns expcraencc, at m av mean another league tatle for the Blue Dcaals TRACK 1 apola wall al 0 tra, to facld 1 track tt aan tlaa at ar for tlae far-t tame approxam atelw tin at ar Ilu re are an any ood prosputs for tlae squad thas sc lr Coach ll alderm an wall al o handle tln team Nlrntaon h as also een muh of h nan, a olf tc aan YV altcr N ancc wall prob ahla handle tln s ua I ' ' I 1 s 1 . 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In E-, Summaryfof OAK HILL Gallrpolrs rnvaded Oak H111 for therr openrng and 1n1t1al wrn 35 0 of the Sea son lhat showed that the Blue Devrls were strll the bone rushmg team of last year Capt B111 Johnson and the Marchr boys were especrally tough rn the back freld as they stabbed for short and long Hams whenever needed agarnst the hap less Oaks Bob Marchr opened the 1948 scorrng by eracklng over the one yard 11ne Oak H111 was then forced to punt Johnson recerved the punt and wrth lrghtnrng rn hrs feet returned the punt 77 yards for a T D only to have the ball brought back to the 20 yard 11ne for a clrppmg penalty Later Johnson C3l11Gd the ball over from the one yard 11ne Then Gee Marchr on a reverse streaked 14 yards to pay dnt lead of 21 0 Early rn the thrrd quarter Sammy Plants nearly broke loose on a trrcky reverse The play totaled 41 yards Fred Burdette plunged the ball over from the 2 yard lrne Hogan scored rn the fourth quarter to make the score 35 0 Wetherholt st1ll the conversron specralrst of last year con verted 5 for 5 extra pornts Co Capt Wayne Folden played a bank up game at tackle Wayne Shaver and Allen Romarne played a fme game at the guards The Blue Dexrls vxcre vxrthout the serx rccs of John Stcbbrns and Rrchard Dax s xx ho had been llljllltd prurously rn pra trcc POINT PLEASANT The xrsrtmg, Bl e Dcvrls xselc hcl! xQ0llLbS lll thc frrst quarter but vxcnt cn to score txxrcn 1n the second quarter md thrcc Innes rn the thrrd quarter to defer the B1 Blacks 35 O The Brg Blacks held the superror Blue Dexlls exen the frrst quarter bat the superb condrtronrng of the Gallrpolltans pard off rn the rcmarnder of the game Bob Marchl scored from the 3 yard lrnc early 1n the second quarter In the same quarter he avarn scored for a half tlme lead of 14 O The Blue Dev11s put on a drsplay of power rn the thrrd quarter by scorlng three T D s The frrst came on a blllllaht 40 yard scamper by B111 Jornson vxrth the effec tlwe blockrng of Rlfe A Borden and Co Capt Qtebbms Srgnal Caller J1m Jarxrs then un corked a new play out of hrs repel tone of plays The play sent Bob Marchr off tackle for 60 yards Wlth the key block berng executed by Eddre Ralney Hogan scored the frfth and frnal touch down to make the score 35 0 Wetherholt converted all 5 of the extra pornts to run h1S stung to ten strarght WELLSTON The defcndlng S E O champron Blue Dev11s put on a dlsplay of power as they downed a fast Wellston eleven 48 6 rn the frrst league game for both squads at Wellston Tl-e Blue Devrls showed therr depth as seven drfferent men broke rnto the scormg column wrth T D s Wrth the game only three mrnutes old B111 Joe Johnson skrrted end for the frrst score and Wetherholt added the extra polnt hrs eleventh stralght of the st1ll early carnpargn Bob Marchr brg Devrl fullback plunged over for the second touchdown after three successrve cracks at the Wellston forward wall and Weth erholt converted agarn A few mrnutes later Johnson stepped back and heaved a long one to Wetherholt for the tmrd T D but the Toe mrssed the conversron and hlS record ended at 12 strarght The Blue Devrls left the freld at the half trme lead of 20 0 Early 1n the thrrd quarter Fullback Marchr spun and heaved one rn the mld' dle to Co Captarn Brock Borden lanky end for srx Wetherholt converted The rest of the thrrd quarter was sparked by Tohns n Epple and M31Ch1 ranmng al ternately , O . - . 1 ' ', V' 1 - Y ' ' y ' - y . A ' 1' ' ' Y' - 1, . . . , . .i 7 1 ' - , . Q ' , A A D . . 1 - 7 I - 1 ,. ,ri . 1 ' . ' - ' , . ' . ' 4 ' I . ' ' 1 ' x ' . 7 . . , . , I "h ' . . - 1 Y ' ' ' . , ' . 7 1 Q as Galloprls left the freld wrth a half-trme Q , ' . i It i I , . Q 1 Q 'I AA 71 ' - A .' ,Y , 1 . , . . h , - . v ' I- Y VA . - ' . ' - G , , ' ' ' ' - 7- 5 'A' 7. 1 '- ' , , ' . . ' 1 . -If . ' ' ,, ., ,' nl, ' .Cv . x fx-' ' x 5 1 ' - v -1 1 5 L -1 1' -1 ' 1 31- - 1- 2 -11 ' - ' A 1 '- f 1 1- 1 .Li .G D Q 1 ' 'A ' x 'X I ' 1 6710 Gltamps On tne rrrst play of the las pexrod Johnson threw a flat pass to Halfba k John hpple who made a shoe strrng catch for a touchdown Wetherholt place krcked t e pornt and subs came pourrng Alex Borden to k the ball a few plays later on a quarterback sneak and scampered 35 yards to pay drrt Wether holt conxerted and the scoreboard lead 41 0 After guard Drck Davxs had recovered a tumble by Lucas of Wellston on thc 6 yard l1ne Freddy Frltz Burdette cracked over from the 2 yard lrne to end the Gallrpolrs s orrng Wethcrh lt rdded tie EP Wellston scored later on an end run by fast stepprng Sprrnkles Rocket back but therr try for the extra polnt farled lt was the frrst trme the Blue Devrls h d been scored on rn the season Gee March stood out defensrvely rn the Blue Devrl backfreld Allan Romarne who blocked a punt also played a bang up game rn the lrne Jrm Brewer made hrs debut rnto varsrty football rn the fourth quarter ATHENS The rnexhaustable Blue Dev1ls de feated the favored Athens team 21 0 be fore a capacrty crowd of 5 000 people who had gathered to wrtness the ded catron of the new Memorral Freld lt was the frrst game ever played on the new freld Nerther Gallrpolrs nor Athens could garn much rn the frrst quarter Mrdway rn the frrst quarter At ens punted but on the 22 and returned t to the 16 A penalty put the ball on the 21 and then Bob Marchr garned 12 6 and 6 more rn three successrve cracks at the lrne John son garned 3 to the 3 Marchr went for 1 more and then piled over the frrst T D ever scored on Memorral Freld Wether holt conve ted Score 7 0 -In the second quarter Athens was forced to punt and Gallrpolrs took over on their own 10 Marchr hrt for 25 yards and Johnson got 13 yards rn two trres Marchr 24 yards Johnson 26 yards to the one Then he carrred rt over Weth erlhglt converted for a half t1me lead of Athens threatened to score rn tne thrrd quarter after a Blue Devrl qurck krck went naywrre Athens a frrst down on the Devrls 27 Romarne then ta kled Cunnrngham wlth such force that he fumbled and Stebbrns recovered Gallrpolrs advanced the ball to the Athens 15 and then fumbled In return Athens fumbled and It was recovered by Gallrpolls on the Athens 14 Bob Marchr garned 3 to the 11 Johnson went over and Wetherholt converted to make the frnal score 21 0 Gee Marchr was srmply superb on de fense Hrs Joltrng tackles could be heard by the spectators Stebbrns was a wrldman on defense He caught punts recovered fumbles and pounced on any Atrens back near hrrn Folden and Rrfes defensrve ln the 5 man l1ne was outstandmg Therr offen srve blockrng set several plays loose for long garns Co Capt Jrm Jarvrs drsplayed hrs abrlrty of snapprng the ball back error lessly The ball was wet all evenmg due to the dampness of the grass Romarne and Borden were especrally effectrve rn therr lrne blockrng Thrs vrctory was mostly d e to the teamwork and condrtronrng of the squad MIDDLEPORT The Blue Dev1ls stopped the hrghly touted Don Payne of Mrddleport and went on to wrn 20 0 on the newly dedrcated Memorral Freld Payn supposedly one of the best ball carrrers rn the league was held to a scant 46 yards rn 13 attempts Erghteen mlnutes had exprred rn the frrst half before Gallrpolrs could score Gallrpolrs took over the ball on Mrd dleports 48 yard lrne Johnson and the Marcrrrs took turns lugvrngg the prgskrn to tne Mrddleport 10 yard lrne Brom there Johnson took rt over on a rrght end sweep Wetherholt converted to make the score 7 0 Three plays later John Stebb ns hard chargrng e d recovered a f mblc on th Mrddleport 23 Bob Marchr prtched a pass to Claw E rden for 11 yards Wrth 23 seconds rencarnrng ln the half Bob lVYarchr arrred the ball over The extra pornt was added and the Blue Devrls left the freld ahead 14 0 The thlrd T D came late rn the fourth quarter Bob Marchr plunged over from the 2 yard l1ne Frnal score was 20 0 Co Capt Gee Marchr who made sev eral long garns durrng the game also 1 " 1. , ,f c ln. 2 . , y h " . . . ' I bi ' YY ' 1 . . ' ' 2 " . ' 2 . . ' H . I hy l 1 1 . . . l . .I , 1 ' A 7 ' . ' . . Y I . Q V I . . . a 1 A' . . Y - J ' . , C v . rt was a bad punt. Stebbrns caught rt - - - i . - . V ' - 1 Q - . . . '2 b I Y . - - r . . . . "nz ' v . . . . I , ' ' . V A I . A 'o . , . . - . , ' , I - , , , . ' - . - a - . , Y L A 7 ' ' ' , J e . , ' . O rr vv , 4 ' . , A I . . M. . , Y ' Y V . . AN - . . . ' ' 1 ' - v 1 stood out l1ke a sore thumb on defense often stoppmg the M1ddlepo1t backs be fo1e they Could get stalted Also outstandmg on defense were F Borden and Folden R mame and Flfes blockmg wexe effect1ve m the l1ne POMEROY Led bg Capt B111 Joe Johnson the f1ght1ng Blue D v ls lnx aded tre den of the Pomeloy Panthers to defeat them 47 6 for ll'1SlY 16th co se utlxe xxctory ln tvto years J hnson flashmg hls old folm of 1947 leeled off galn after galn vxheneve1 need ed He averaged 12 yalds per txy for hls evemng s vxolk Bob Malcn who also played a banq up game shook oll Pomeloy lmemen on a lme buck and seampexed 38 yards for the fnst touc dovxn with Rlie Folden and Rfnnaxne movxlng down tne oppo s1t1on Claw Bolden seemed next on a long heave from Johnson The quarte1 ended 14 0 Wlth the Dev1ls ln the lead Call1po11s sco1ed agaln on drxves sparked by Marchr and Johnson John son scored from the 8 yard l1ne A few m1nutes later Pomeroy punted and John son returned the p111 23 yards to the Panther 43 In two trxes Johnson carrmed the ball across for hxs second T D The half ended w1th the score 26 0 after Wetrerholt had mlssed two extra polnts Jn a row for the f1rst t1me th1s season G8lllpOl1SS p1le duvmg Bob Marchx scored on the f1fth play of the thxrd qu rter from the 16 ya1d l1ne on a buck through the nneldle Later 1n the same DL11Od b1Otl'lL1 Gee sco1ed on a levers flom the 8 xa1d l1ne F1'tL Burdette scored the sexeuth and fmal touehdovxn from te 4ya1d 1ne Folrest Borden played 1 gxext offen sue game and d1dnt ITIISS a pass all mght Alex Bolden vtas god on the blockmg palt of the game flom h1s quar telbaek post Gene Wetherholt conx elted 5 out of 7 ext1a pomt to lun hls season total to 33 out of 39 JACKSON The ramblmg ghosts 1n whlte of Gallla Academy H1gh Cchool ran the1r wmnmg streak to 17 stralght at Jackson by de featmg the determmed Ironmen 33 0 Bob Marchx after three mlnutes of plawlng t1me had expxred took off around lS own left end rambled 32 yards f01 f1rst score w1th Alex Borden throw ln the key bl ek After Jackson lost e ball on downs Johnson skxrted around h1s 11ght end and cut back sh 1p ly for 23 yards and s1x po1nts The th1rd scoxe came as a result of a blocked punt bv John Stebblns a fne defenslve end and the ball went to Gallxpohs on the Jackson 18 After several successful plays Bob M rchl clacked ver flom the one yard l1ne The fmal of the f1rst half came qu1ck1y as Johnson recelved a punt On lns own 45 yard lme and laced 55 yards behmd cl hot of blockers to pay d1rt Wet elholt converted to make the score 27 0 and the show was over for the f1rst half The less sald ab at the second half the better but comblned wxth over con f1dence too many penaltles and a flght mg Jackson eleven the Blue Dev1ls were pretty well bottled up the second half The fmal touchdown came late 1n the fourth per1od when B111 Johnson went 27 yards on a weak s1de splnner to score Co Capt Carl Baker showed up well 1n the l1ne as d1d Stebbms and Borden at the ends LOGAN The mvadmg Logan Ch1efta1ns were defeated on the Memor1a1 Fleld 28 6 Th1s c1nched at least a t1e for the crown The f1rst score came after Gall1pol1s held the cuppled Chleftaxn backs for downs and took the ball over on then' own 34 Co Capt Bob Marchx then stleaked through the mlddle of the l1ne for 34 yards to the Logan 30 Johnson gamed 10 yards on a sweep to the Logan 20 Johnson then p1tched a pass to lanky Block Borden who caught the pass for a T D Th1s ran Bordens streak to 10 st1a1ght consecut1ve passes The Blue Dev1ls then held for downs agam B March1 and Johnson took turns Iunmng the ball back to the Logan 16 Johnson Caffled lt over from there Th1s dl1V6 was sparked by the blocklne of the two b1L11S1I"lg tackles Herb R1fe and Wayne Folden The thnd store came 1n the thxrd oualtu after Bob Malchl went OVPI from the 'lvard lme The fourth and fmal mme agam aftel loean had penetrated 1nto Blue Deul texxxtory The ball was stalled thexe due to the brllhant tackhnz of Gee Marchl and Allen Romalne Th1s d1lX6 was spa1ked bw a sensatlonal catch of B111 Johnsons Dass to Claw Borden It w as good fol 45 Val ds to the Logan 13 Johnson then scored and Wetherholt con xelted the extm polnt makme hlm a perfect nlght wlth 4 out of 4 The Logan 1 h x x X , 1 v . .- . , , ' - V - , q M fe ' ' 1 - . 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' . 1. .-. , ' 'L 2 ' 1 , ' ' ' x 'v lf 2 -li ' 1 - ' " . f'y 1 ' ' '11 r . t , V X V . , 4 f - , y . ,. . , ' . ,, ., , , - A 1 V '. .- ' v ' 14 n ' ' . 1 X' 71-s " ' A ' ' , . 5 . ,, , i l . - , . . . 1 v score came1n the flnal mxnute of the game on a razzle dazzle play XV1tl'1 Pete K hn scoung J1m Jarv1s and John Epple played bang up games on defense both makmg several good tackles MldWHV ln the thlrd quarter Ja1v1s mtercepted a Logan aer1al to stop a potent1al Logan d11vc NELSONVILLE Galllpohs annexed then second stra1ghtS E O crown and then nme teenth stlalght Wm by defeatlng Nelson vllle 860 This was a new ICCOId ln the league fox most polnts scored Thls game marked the end of .1 hlgh school caxeex of 14 SCHIOIS on the gud 1ron Then exlt was tluly a blaze of gloxy Th1rteen touchdowns and 8 extxa polnts were made He-1e IS the scorlng summary Capt B J Johnson scored from 36 Herb R1fe recoveled a fumble on the Nelsonvxlle 40 Johns n scored from the 20 wlth Romame and A Borden maklng the key blocks B M31Chl then scored on a buck Jo nson s ored a a1n on a rldht end sweep flom the ll yard l1ne Johnson scampeled 34 yards f 1 '1 T D John Stebb1ns then mtexcepted a pass and returned lt to the Nelsonwlle 8 B Marchl then took lt oxer Wlth Tope and Ralney maklng the hole Nelsonvllle then took to the an but all 1n va1n B Marchl lntercepted the ball and flew down the sldelme 50 yalds se re Gee Ma1eh1 scored on a qualtelback sneak w 101 was good fill 41 yaxds Sha ver and Canaday thlew the Gleyhounds for two conseeutlve losses The Blue Dev1l then to k ove1 and sholtly after wards Hogan scored The second half started out sxme as the fnst B Maxchl went 48 yalds to scoxe Vlclous blocks wele thrown by Folden F Borden and Jarvls Romame then blocked a punt wlth Stebbms recov erlng Johnson carlled the ball over Then came an erratlcal change 1n the lme up Tne staxtlng lmc up was changed so everyone played a dlffelent pos1t1on LE Johnson LT Epple LG G Mar ch1 C F Borden RG B lVl1ch1 RT Stebbins RE Romalne QB Rlfe LH Jarvls RH Wethelholt FB Folden The Blue Devlls Stlll couldnt be stop ped Stebb1ns and Epple opened a huge hole for bulky H R1fe to go through 20 yards and then latelaled to LH J1m Jar v1s who went over standlng up Folden playmg m the fullback slot then scored on a lme buck flom the twelve y nd l1ne Borden attempted the last two extla points maklng one Wethelholt made 7 out of ll makmg, a gland t tal of 40 out of 00 The loulteen Senlols who played then last game wexe F Borden Folden Ro mame JHIVI5 Rlfe Qtebbms Johnson Epple B M3ICh1 G Malthl A Borden Ramey and Tope H ' , . .,,.,, fs , to V . --.' . T 1 ,. ,.v Y, C A , , ,. .I ,- . ul 3 "x' r u u ' ' f. ., . - 1 xx S .1 X . ' , ,- . . ., . .. ' , ,. . . ' ,,., V . , . . '. ' X . , , . - f .,.' X . - f.' ' 1- .. , - y .. V -. - , - . ,'- .la , - I - - 7 - . - I ' - . 3 7 ' .. ,. - . . . X - Y . ' , , . . X 1-6' I - X , . 1 Z 1 s. 4 y 1 M, -r .. I , - . . ' ' ' Y ' Y 1 V 5' 'W v i Y ' v - , . 7 ' '. , ' V, . , ,,, . A n . 0 . , - ,, U . .. e , ' -B ' - U . . ' o'e 1 ' x H Y- 1 . A Y X 4 -4 l K-'UW 'UQ NM 95323 R+ Tusk Xe N Hoang Lefl' Nalfbids F Lowlen Nldau Le-QT End Waning Slmvd' Rishi Gund 6? B05 Tape Leff Tackle John Sfblhfllm Tohru fpple Rishi Nalfbcdl Baker Rlam and r-za5m- Gomd Gent. We1'Rc.s-hall QQQKT Bvuvd S GUTWM1 R nik' Hal-I-U'-5 'x Paul Mlellf Manager Gill Toe. Uqhnsfoh Lefl' Hmlfivicle SCORE Gall1'pol1S GQ llffolii Gqllipollg Gallipnlxs Ga llipo lfs Gallipoli: Ga lli polls Ga I lipolis Gallipollg Allen Romain: Leff Gum-d 35 35' lf8 21 .20 .33 IH SL? 8b Dick Davis 5 D Le 1 Q a J' an vis "' Z'm"""""" t UM Hgenfzr Lefffnd . BOARD Unk HH! O G Poinf Pleusfkfff Ou I We Uffon 6 Afhens O many' wduht Fo 'JCR Mlddlf-PWT 0 A QuqvTc.rbuc.k Left Taekk' Jin. kann O Dome-V036 5 Logan 6 Nelsorwille. 0 ' Hes-berT RCE. X - , Rif3h1' Tack Romgjg, ,ganqang I ' q Risk? Egl 1, ' C. Swanson M. Fowler X Hume, Q Fuxlxzrhl COQLM Coach Couch m n Fort-CST Borden LQfT End WF 'ii Fra ll it mbalm Full back Ellie Redux I-2fT Tickle V4 RITE LP OF TEAM CARL BAKER Jumor Gua1d Carl was noted for h1s ab1l1ty not to pract1ce any ha1de1 than necessary but when 1n a game he played h1s best He 1nJured h1s ankle 1n the Logan game and was forced to m1ss the last game with Nelson v11le ALEX BORDEN Semor Quarterback Alex was switched from end to quarterback He always played h1s hardest and h1s blockmg was a valuable asset to the team FORREST BROCK BORDEN Semor End Brock was noted for h1S lmprovement f1om the 41 season 1l'l catchmg passes Spectators sa1d he used glue on h1s hands At any late he made some dazzlmg catches He also made fust, team All S E O FRED FRITZ BURDETTE Sophomo1e Fullback Everybody llked Fr1tz w1th the exceptlon of that boy he knocked out at Wellston as a result of a coll1s1on Frltz was not hu1t H 1eally d1d do a f1ne Job undelstudymg B March1 DICK DAVIS Jumor Guard D1ck vxas elected the 1949 capta1n of the football squad He played a rough game at guard Good luck next year D1ck JOHN EPPLE Sen1o1 Halfback John was the smallest boy on the team but also one of the toughest HIS blockmg flom the wlngback post left nothmg to be desn ed and h1s ha1d tackles saved many a touchd wn on defense WAYNE FOLDEN Sen1o1 Tackle Wayne ended the 48 season 1n a baze of g10ly aite1 playlng hrs stellal tackle pos1t1on fox th1ee YCHIS Wayne was always cons1stent and could always be depended on at any t1me Wayne was p1cked as one of the tackles on the All S E O team JIM JARVIS Semor Cente1 J1m was the strateglst of the Blue Dev1ls w1th hlS 1mportant 1ob of slgnal calhng HIS errorrless play at the p1V0t p0S1t1OD gamed h1m a berth on the second team All S E O CAPTAIN BILL JOHN ON Sen1or Halfback B111 really d1d a f1ne Job of lead1ng h1S mates to the1r second t1tle th1s year Bes des that B111 wal the tr1ple threat man of the squad ard leadmg scorer for the second stra1ght year He 1ece1ved honorable ment1on All State and got second team All S E O honors BOB MARCHI Semox Fullback Fr1day N1ght March1 they called h1m He was unde1 the heat lamp tour days a week but rarmg to go on Fr1day mght Ser1 ously he 1eally was the harde t hxttmg player 1n the league He made second team All State and was Capta1n of the f1rst team All S E O team He re ce1ved The Most Valuable Players Trophy from the Downtown Coaches Club GEE MARCHI Senlor Quarterback Gee was the other half of the brother act on th1s team He also made f1rst team All S E O was chosen as an alternate to play 1n the North South football game IH August of 49 KENNY NULL Jun1 r Tackle Kenny was one of the b1g boys on the squad th1S year and he played a lot of football Youll be hearmg more from Kenny next year SAMMY PLANTS Jun1o1 Halfback Gl1der as Sammy was called was one of the fastest boys on the team Gl1der has never scored a varslty T D yet but next year he should score plenty for the Blue Devlls ED KILLER RAINEY Sen1o1 Tackle K1ller was one of the roughest men on the team He 193115 played a whale of a game aga1nst PO1nt Pleasant HERB RIFE Sen1or Tackle He1b1e 1n h1s f1rst year of football was good enough to make the second team All S F O He was the strong boy of the squad and plerty tough ALLEN RO'VIAINE Senlor Guard Allen was late gettlng started for pract1ce but when he d1d get gomg he was 1n the opponents backfleld most of the t1me Allen got second team All S E O fox h1s effolts He also recelved the D1xon Beckett T1ophy fo1 the best blocke1 and tacklel 'WAYNE SHAVER SCDIOI Gua1d Wayne was a hard hlttmg blOCkLI and tackler and played a lat of football even though lt was h1s f1lSt yeax JOHN STEBBINS Senxor End John was an 1ronman at end fox the Champs th1S season The way he elasred and nlayed h1s end was somethxng to see Blg qu1et John really deserved moxe e1ed1t than he 19C6lV9d GENE WETHERHOLT Jun O1 Gua1d Gene was the convers1on Stal of the team Gene made fnst team All S E O He also made second team All State H15 play 1n the l1ne xx as xe1y QffGCtlVE as was h1s defens1ve play Th1S does not c nclude the summaxy On every team there has to be bench s1tters Among those axe Bob Tope Ronn1e Canaday Loren Nlday, Blll Hogan Don LlYllI'llQ1I1ldl'l Tom Halhdas and Paul Blaze1 These boys deselve a lot of e1ed1t for then long hou1s of p1act1ce .. 1 - r w Y ' . - . . . 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X, , . .. , VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First row B111 Joe Johnson Russell Wood J1m Jarvls Forrest Borden John Steb bins Gene Wetherholt Second row--Coach Jim Halderman John Epple Dwlght Wllllams Don Henshaw Wayne Folden J1m Caldwell Manager Paul Wells 1948 1949 BASKETBALL balllpolls opened the basketball se lson with a 48 43 wln over Belpre The Calllpolls traveled to Marietta for the next game and came home vlctor nous 46 40 Borden was hugh wlth 17 balllpolls traveled to lronton to play lts poorest game of the year The Tigers defeated the Blue Dewlls 4-4 26 Borden was high with 12 County teams R10 brmde and Mercervllle came to the Galllpolls Gym to play .1 double header The second string varsity beat MCFCCPVIITC ln the first game 40 29 In the second glme the Blue Devils defeated the R10 Granders 58 35 I I ' i v y l . s x ' . , , . . . y , Y 1 ' high scorer for the Blue Devils was Brock Borden with 15. b11l111o11 won I1 f1r t 111111111 1111111 111 11efe1t1111f t11e Xl'-lllllg Logan qulntet 18 40 130111111 w IN 111 11 Nllll 19 XX oo11 11111 ,lOllll'Oll came next w1t11 14 'llld 11 111-11e1-tnelw flhe 1111111111111 Pomeroy P1nt11ers were beaten bv the Blue Devlls 79 42 llll -et .1 new Tl 1ord for t11e mo-t 11o1nts -tored 1n a game by a Galllpohs team B11r111 ll N1 or1 11 71 11o111t M1111 11 111111 lllll Stebbln- getting 19 a1111 11 1 llllll 1111111 11111 11 1rt Il 111 Ill t11e 1111111111 bw Athens 319 5111111111 lg0l'11l ll lllll NX111111 w1r1 lllIllpPI'l11 t11r11111111out t11e 1.11110 by per-onal on 111111 1111 lllll V1 ood Ml r1 111411 M1111 8 1101111- 1 111111 111 .11111r11111 11 111 xll1l11lf'llOl'1 to VIII 19 18 Borden took s1orl111. 1o11o1 M1111 4ft1 r 1 N1lHS 17lI'1. 1111f 1111 Blue 110111 1llI'llCl1 o11 t11e 11e1t 111d went 011 to 111fe1t 1111 11' 1111 1 t11e .1 1111-on lronxuen, 64 26 Borden was lngh w1t11 ZZ 1711111111 1511110111 B111 ,lOllll'w0ll, the Blue Deuls defeated t11e Wellston bold 111 B111 1111- 11 xXlll'10ll 61 51 V1 ood 1111111-11 111 cx1ellen1 floor game Borden w IN 111011 -1o111r M1111 77 11111111- 11111 lgllll 111111 tr1xe11 11 to 11111111 to be defeated '11 '71 At t11e end of the lllllll 1111 1111 r, 1111 B1111 U1111- w1r1 1101111111 .59 73 '111e1r r111v was halted bv 11111 llllllx w111 ll 11111 11 111 1111111 11 llll Wlllllll 4 Il0lll1N of the Llneftnns Borden - ll' 1 w 1 11111-1111 w IN lllX W1 1 7 1 1111111111 11111r111w111 to 1 o1111ro1 to 1111.011 t11e P1nt11er- 68 48 Borde11 led t11 111r1111f S5111 1 1111111111- r11f11111d 1 111 w1t11 A11lill's for f1rst pl me by tlCfCdllllg the vlsltors 14 41 lt was 11e f1rst cave vletorv over Athens smce 1943 Borden and Wood were lllgll scorers Wllll 17 and 16, respeetlvely Stebblns turned ln a br1111ant 11efe11s1ve game Johnson and Jarvls, the ball handllng guards of the Blue Devlls, played a bang up floor game Galllpolls went alone on IIS way to the crown by defeating the vlsltlng Mlddleport f1ve 62 24 Borden was lngh scorer agaln Wlth 25 Galllpohs reveng,ed IIS flrst loss to the Ironton Tlgers by defeatlng the T1gCfS 50 42 Borden was hlgh w1t11 16 C'1111po11s 11rtu'1111 mnexed thelr flrst 1rown ln basketball ln 10 years by 1111.1 111111' t11111r 110-ts, 11111 X1111so11x111e Grevlmunds 12 46 It was 'Ill llplllll bat 111 15 11111111- A1 t111 1 llfl 11f 11111 t111r11 1 lllIO, t11e s1ore w1s t1e11 at .57 all ohn - 1 w 1- ll 11 H1111 1111111 1111 -111111111 -tr11111er- -1 1rte11 the '111111e 111111181 t11e XlQl1lllg Jackson squad 111 f11111 -1or1 1 1- 1741 Borden lllll wlllllllli were lllgll M1111 11 poxnts 1 1111 11111111011 11o e11 1llPll' se 12011 Wllll 1 69 29 Wlll over guest Wellston Rockets llll ll0NCll Ill lllllllfllll hed re1ord 011 t11e home Court for t11e Blue Dew llS It w 1 11111 11 t ll0Il1C 11111111 for t11e Clltlre st1r11ng 11ne up and three subs ,larus 11111111 Olll 11f 11111 11e t 1' 111111- of lllw e1reer BCQIIICS seormg 14 polnts, 11e was 1 t11or11 lll 11111 1111111111 - Hlll? 011 defense Woo11 w IG the Ingh scorer with 17 IDOIII1 1111111 1111 lllll Slllllllllh 111111111 t11e1r u-u 11 good defen-ne gfnne Borden 11111111111 1111 11111111111 1111 I'P1l0llIlIlH 1 1111111111 won t1111r f11 1 lllll 111 11111 to11r111111e11t 11 Athens by defe1t1ng IIN 111111 1 - 1 1rx1- w1s 1111f11 wlt 1 1 1111111111 1111 111 t111 171111 1111111111 1'r111111- lll t11e 11u'1rterf1n11s 11 At 10114, 7 14 1111111 1111 w 1 t111 11 llllll 11111111 Ill xker for the B111e Deuls w1t11 14 H 8 Ill 1fI 1r1t1t1 1 1 111 1 11111-- '11111 Blue D11111- M011 18 .11111 1111 11111 M1111 11111 ll f11r t111 171111np1on-111p Borden 11111 W oo1 111 t1 1 111111-o11 lllll ,11r11 111111e 111e 1111111 tefnn 111111111111 Ml r1 B11r111 ll 11 11 11 1111111 on, .1 1rx 1- 51011171115 Yvetherholt, 1' 11 11 1 11111 XX 1111 llll 01111 r 11111 1111 t111 1111111 were Folden and 1 1 11111 .2 . .S 1 .F .S lr X ri X '. 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H11' '1 " .1 1 s 1 .1 ' S ' . 1 I 1 llll 1- 11111 :111-S. 111. 0. 1111 1. .1 J 1 1 "s 1 ' 1 All- 5. li. 0. ,' 1' 1 '1 1 1, 11,, S 1 "E, .1 ' C, ,- 11111. 1111s 111w', 1 ' 'a s. 1 fs 1 s 1 ' C111- RILSILRN If B XSKETB AI I TF All .1 sifzzuaw Lf Flrst row Edward Evans Tom Halhday B111 Hogan Terry Johnson Frank Day Phllbert Boggs Bob Gooch Sesond row Paul Blazer Freddle Burdette kenny Curry Wlrt Hackworth Buddy Preston Coach Grmny Fowler FRESHNIAN B ASKFTBALL TEANI Fnst row Tommy Thompson, Jumor WIISOD, Jack Jackson, Stephen McKean, B111 Woods, Dean Frazier. Second row-Alvin Adkins. Wendell Thomas, Johnny Ecker, Coleman Smeltzer, Jim Dailey, Lawrence Marshall, Mr. Swanson. RESERVE BASKETBALL Reserves Opponenis L Ipx L 41 IL U L A. In I NIIKILIILIJ 'N IIIHX :I I X1 Il NIMICIIL Immun m I mftu mm LIII Lx Lux c ucusw N 1 LX md I I n IYX S rw ILL In IL1g,uL FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Freshmen Opponents III Nllddlc pmt Wdlstf II 7 L lx YI nc Ixwn 1 'NIMILIIL pmt WLIINIQJD Pt DIL IN mt J lckwn TOURNAMENT AT ATHENS MIM n l l N I It In II -XIII I LN I1 I IL 25 "BI -I 31 I-I Me " -Mu 42 2-I 'I,wgun ISI 33 "P m -wx' -I0 IT . I ,-I s 8 25 . A ' wt 23 37 .'L"s 1 'LIIL 28 lil .lzwlisfm 22 I!! VV 'I stun 212 37 Imglgm IT 23 IH rmmw 25 42 I -as lf? 23 ' -pmt 26 22 ' 25 32 NLIMI 'IIIL 26 42 LJLKCIQSIIII I8 20 WTI slum - Dc I I I fl I TIM- Rv. "" vs Iwi 21 highly s "-:ful :L-zsvvl. Th Wlm I2 amd Inst 6 L tied WIII P JI L- 'I U' fm' .ice nd plz -1 ' thaw 33 P411 ,'I'I7j' 34 ll I" ' ' 13 23 I 3 I 24 24 Pt, II 1.11 L 36 32 JL 29 25 I'c:I1m'r1V , I7 6 , ' - ' I6 37 I g 30 I5 .. 'zxa 24 21 Q ' 24 32 If ' 5 21 34 Iyuzlwlmy 22 27 Jzl 'ksmi 26 I-'ln' IIII Iirsl Umm- in scvc-Iul XL'1l1','. III- FI'L'SIIIIIl'II IILIII 41 uiizu, TI .' wr 3 :md Iwi T, Ira IIIL IfI.II'I'IliIIIL'III z . .L-ns. I1 bulk II by winuimg I. Vcc gun As. BASEBALL 4 W firm' 4 .2 ril X il f""?f SK C Front row Gee M3FCh1 Freddle Burdette Gene Wetherholt Robert Frazler Russell Wood 5 ,ii Ui 1,1 ,A Second row Bob M3PCh1 Elmer Davls B111 Welker J1m Jarvls Thrrd row Wayne Folden Arthur Casey Forrest Borden John Stebbms B111 Joe Johnson Ga111po11s won 5 and lost 8 durmg the 48 baseball season The Blue Dev11s scored 76 runs to the opponents 103 Returmng lettermen for the 49 season are Johnson Jarvls B Barch1 Wood Borden Stebbms Burdette and Wethexholt Aprll Apr11 ' pri ' prl pr1 May Ill May May May May May 9 19 Parker sburg Wellston Athens Mlddlepglt Warama Wahama Looan Pt Pleasant Lancaster Pt Pleasant Jackson Pomeroy 61115 1 til all EQ , PQI1, la 1 1 - Mr' , . 2r"ii5? 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Gt X0 OUR HOMECOMING QUEEN f"Q,,,,,QD-W GCYVWN 'QWJWY veggie MISS BARBARA CARDWELL ATTENDANTS 'WW' ww MISS CHARLENE ROBINSON MISS VIRGINIA VAUGHT HUNILCUNIING Barbara Cardwell charmmg and Versatlle daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbelt A Cardwell was elected bv the student body to reign queen of the Homecomlng fest1v1t1es on November f1fth Selected fox attendants to the queen were lovely sen1o1s Vlfgllllla Vaught and Charlene Robmson Both voung ladles are well known and act1ve ln curucular nd extra cu111cular act1v1t1es At the coxonatlon ceremony performed duxmg the half t1me 1nte1m1ss1on of the Galhpohs Logan game MISS Cardwell was crowned queen by Prmclpal M Harold Brown The attendants WGIC presented coxsages by Blue Devll Captaln B111 Joe Johnson and Co Captaln fOI the evemng Bob Malchl P1ess Club was the sponsol of the Homecomlng events SCENE AT CROWNING Quik MAR Y ANN BURNETTE OUR GALLIAN SWEETHEARTS MW iw.: Cemor VIRGHNIA VAUGHT Senior ,jim Cl LOUISE BROWN Jumor gif R6 mf L 4 W x CAROL JANE BALL, Sophomoxe ROSALEE PIEROTTI, Fxcshman aw ,, V.. Q '28 wth, aw 'QW' , . , r -A, , 'Q' Wag f , ff , ka - T ! I 2. Q , l.I Y 011.3 -4f',,oe0 ' 9 ww M Qyalggwg W fly FAH J nm K. "W'Ww ? j 3 Q f'7 M , W 2 ' V I " Z U W fi rf' V I If ff ff f if 3, X' 55 M if 2 Q VV .,:5,,:,.: z Sig QSAL. Ej Q 5' Q V .yka hx , VALENTINE QUEEN BETTY IN CO ATTENDANTS an ELLA GERTRUDE LUPTON NELL VAUGHN ROACH CROWNING OF THE QUEEN I IU IXI'lx II HU SUI NI! SI! I x III P If 11 IIIIN YI lla Ifllfllx PUSSIHII Il Ii. 'I'IlI'j li-lI,I,I1X ST II"I". ll' S11 " 2' 'ESS UI If SIVfIz'RI',' 1l'l'KI','l,'I ITIUN' 'IAN II 'l'1l1 NAS 'IYI 'I'IIUSIu' iIIl'Iz'If'l'ISIz'R H .' Jla'.NVIfI , INII II" lUI,I'I1ll'j-II"I'liIII,1 QI, E11 " I A WIKI compnmems of E C K E R an M Y E R S Real Estate We Buy Anythmg We Sell Anything M1 Smeltzu I wlsh xx ouldnt whlstlc at youl woxk J1m Melrlfleld lts all llght lm not vxolklng Jean Northup Sammy whats your fax or1te food? Sammy Plants The one neax at my fork Roger Bakex Do you know the dxffelence between taxls and 1101165757 June Jenklns No Rogex Good then well take 1 tx olley J1m B1ewe1 You know youle the ty pe of gul I could go for LaDonna Ecker Then vu you please go' o1s Ann Gooch Helen whats a second story mano Helen Buttelfleld Well Wen l dell s one If I dont belleve h1s fnst story he tells me a second one .um Mullmeaux H W can Il keep flom sno11ng" Flank Day Dont b1eathe und Compliments of C O 'N D E E COAL COMPANY Complxments of AGEE AND SOIN IMPI EMEIXT COMPANY Inc Second and Spruce Streets Complxments of GARFIELD BAR B Q The Students Favoute Spot ton Fme Food Compliments of C OLOIN Y an GALLIPOLIS Theatl es Compliments of C L A R K S Phone 1168 JEWELRY STORE Fme Gifts fol All Occasions 342 Second Avenue compumems DIXON an BELKETT Oll Company Compliments of W ILLIAM H JAN ES Attolnew at Law Phone 1162 Galllpolxs THE OHIO VALLEY BAINK COMPANY Establlshed ln 1872 GALLIPOLIS OHIO Member Federal Deposit Insurance Ccmpany H W and W P CHERRINGTON Attol neys And Counselors At Law Galltpolts Ohxo 1 l K, 1 v 7 ' v v 1 1 1 4 L , , 4 d i E r ' I l 1 , , . . . - N g .e . 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Q A A l I . . . , I l I l Q , Robert Clark On our farm we have hundreds and hundreds or cows B111 Day Thats a lot of cows Robert And we have hundreds and hundreds of bulls B111 Thats a lot of bull' Jack Bradley Ive got a broth er wrth three feet Marron Jeffers What do yOu mean' Jack Well my Mother got a letter from hrm and he sard You would hardly know me Iye grown three feet' Mrss Masters We ve been talk mg a b o ut recent rnventrons Now Terry Johnson name some thrng whrch drd not exrst twen ty frve years ago Terry Me Donovan Davrs What s the drfferenee between Lrfe a n d Love? what" Donoy rn Lrfe rs just one fool thrng after another and Loye rs just two fool thrngs after each other A proposal over phone Gen eva wrll you marrv me' Geneva Campbell Yes' Whos speakrngq Harold Whrtt Boy my broth ers got a Job and he sure tells people where to get off Alan Strart Hows that? Harold Hes a conductor on a street car Pheobe Prtchford Oh hes pro posed to every grrl he knows Janree Folden Is that so" Pheobe Yes hes been turned down so much he looks lrke a bedspread OES Rrchard Davrs See rf the wart ress has prgs feet Mack Lakrn I cant tell she has her shoes on Joan Eachus Do you know the drfference between a sewrng machrne and a krss" Barbara Cardwell no what" Joan One sews seams nrce and the other seems so mee Wayne Shaver How drd you break your 1eg'7 Leo Bunce I threw a ergaret rnto a manhole and stepped on Tom Hall day Could you grve poor fellow a b1te" Addre Johnson I dont brte myself but Ill call the dog Mary Lou Leonard Who was that guy that krssed you today Jeanre Ecker I dont know but he evrdently knew me pretty well' Burl Judy Qurck grve me a round trrp treketl Clerk Where to' Burl Back here you fool' Carol Jane Ball Do you thmk thrs skrrt rs too long" Jrmmy Caldwell Erther that or you drdnt get rnto rt far en ough Luella Hughes My boy frrend spent ten dollars on me last nrght and I wouldnt even let hrm krss me' Eleanor Kay Rrchards I be lreve you and that makes me the brggest lrar . , , ' - . ' , ' 1 . . , - I , l . ' . . I - ' . l f - v , . , . I , y , , . - ' . . A - ' 1 ' Y A ' I V ' V ' ,x H 1 1 ' t , . ' ' . . rt. y H v ' ' i . - . a . ' . . l , . . . . , , . Marrill Grube: I don't knowg on the street? ra 2 ' " ' ' V , A I u ' ' U ' . ' y ' ya 1 3. in - .i , I . Y Y. i . v 1 . I. ra x W l W' - , V, t. r. t . ., , - -v D l ' Y I , . - ' ' ' I ' - v ' ' F1 ench BEEF v FINE LU Phones 940 941 Comp PLYMALE WA L u BUILDING suppmzs AILEEIN S F1 u1t and Vegetable M a 1 k et Whole ale a d R tal 913 F ihA e Ph n 1087 P ggy 0 k Wh t Sh h That Peggy 1 c ake Way F ld e tODll Ddt W Isato STAN DARD PLU H Ga SSN ITLER Atto noB1:a'r M SWITZE GNIER COMP G COMPANY, Inc. EVANS PACKIN City Brand" OHIO PRODUCE I EAL Pom' I COMPANY NCH MEATS Chillxcothe Road Wayne and Kasco lxmenis of Feeds FARM and GARDEN SEEDS m b e 1 Acmco rl-:n'r1L1zr:n MARIETTA PAINT WISEMAIN AND WICKLIN E INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE o pl ent EDLER BARBER SHOP W EDLER nd KIESLING Pa k Ce I al Hotel Co pl nts of JUDY MOTOR SALES H B U I C K S ED JUDY PHONE 944 THE GALLIPOLIS DEPARTMENT STORE pentf MBIIN G AIN D HEATING W Dexte1 llp ls Oh AN D HALLIDAY mess at Law R JOHN E HALLIDAY Co pl: e is of F 0 L D E N S SERVICE STATION Ashland Oll P1 oducts WE NEVER CLOSE Se o d and P e St eets Gall pol s cc , A . , G, y l Y . ' I I S n e i C m im s of our v . 0 e - 5 ' a r n r , , A , , l e Poll c 2 a 's that I . smell? m lme Farmer a an: 's fertil-' w xzer. : Wel , for th la d'sf a s ! ' Darrell: Yes, rna'arn. I ne 0 en: When I lefti that ranch out West, I was al ' thr e-letter man. 3 C0mP1lm9nfS of Robe-1' ' 0 1 i hey have al football team? 1 ayne: No, n the brand- ing iron. Com lim s o 1 1 7 T m 'm n T , , , . . . , i oi , io T 1 ,- A Compliments of 1 f r 1 L A , c n in r ' - i i Comphmenis of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Assets Oven 4 000 000 Dollars Comphments of Member Federal Reserve Bank D 0 C T O R Comphments of EMPIRE FURNITURE COMPANY W LEWIS BROWN FREE PARKING 842 Second Avenue Galhpolxs M1 Fowlex When two bcdxes eome togethet 15 heat eenexated Harold Walker No s I h1t 1 guy yestexday and he knoeked me Cold Bette Kmg She WLdlS iw fully tlght shoes doesnt she' ehanee she has to be squeezed Jim Dalley Dld you heal about the woman who ma1r1ed foul t1mes" Hel fust husband was a lDllllOl'1d1lG hel second a famous lCtOl he1 thlrd a mmlster and he1 last an undeltakex Johnny Eckel I see One fox the money two fox the show three to make leady and foen to The phone lang Wh lt ls lt' asked Dan Thomas Its a Long Dlstanee f1om New Yolk replled the operatol I know It sald Danny and hung up Ge1t1e Lupton I was twms once Bette Null When? Gertle When I was two Complzmenis of THE COMMERC IAL AND SAVINGS BANK GALLIPOLIS oH1o GEORGE J WETHERHOLT AND SONS Safe and Dlgmfled Ambulance Selvlce Comphmenis of MORRIS .J AND 10 CENT TO S100 STORE Second Avenue Galhpghs Complxments of ALTMAlN S DFPARTMENT STORE RADIO ELECTRIC SHOP hed EaChllS Compliments of MAYTAG WASHERS HOME FREEZERS DUTCH OVEN STOVES AND IRONS WALGREEElN S Complzments of DRUG STORE DR FRANCIS W SHANE I 1 . , 1 a a , A , , me ,,,,,,i,,,A?,, , , Y , Q , r v 'Y l g A L 1 ' i . . i , -A 1 x': I 1 1 ' -' - . . ,, V 2 ,f 1. , 7 ' ' -: , sir. ' , . . ,Q ,. . , . , ' ' ,T ' ' ' 1 f' , L L ' . . ' ' , , I , ,. l , ' v ly X. ' K V. Joan Miller: Surcg it's the only A ' ' l 1' " n 1 1 ' , . '. . 1 Z. .v . , V 3 Q X Y! ' , .C Y . . . go. T' 1 . . . v y" ' ,- .. ISN. Q C Y 1- A . y' - 4 1 ' v : . U T . 2 4 Q v I J . W , S' T9 V Y . . C0mP11menf5 Of Complxments of Complxments of FRED PHILLIPS GORDON s POTATO FORT PITT Y0111 CHIP MAN KROGER Mana gex Juanlta Shaxe1 You 1 L the mcest boy Ixe CV61 met Call Bakex Tell It to the Max mas' Ju lmta I haw. to doLens of them Rm .nd Myers What I would hke to have IS some old fashlon Ld lovmg Ruth Moore O K Como up to the house tomght and I11 1n t1Odl1C8 you to Grandma' Loxen Nlday I thought I saw anothel guy last n1ght" Ma1y Abbott Thlts what I thought too' Jem Sultu What dld you do when that boy I1lCd to k1SS you" Btckv Johnson Oh I was up 1n alms ln a mlnutc' Tom Thompson took a long t1me to show hls leport card May be Id better explam xt f1rst h sa1d A stands for ex cellent B means good C S fan and D IS xx hat I got Compllments of HAROLD R INOTTER Balbel SHOE STORE Wayne Phllllps Complxments of ROBINSON DAVIS IINSURAIXCE COMPAINY 439 Second Avenue Gallxpohs Ohxo Phone 419 Complxments of PRYE DRY CLEANERS Gus F1 ve, J 1 Its Better to Send It to I-'ryes Than to WISH You Had' Phone 408 Pick up and Delivery BERIN ADIN E S SOUTHEASTERN OHIO S MOST BEAUTIFUL FASHION CENTER Comphments of CLARK S I LEAIN ERS Complxments of KIN IGHT S DEPARTMENT STORE Phone 411 Court Street Gallxpohs - t I y I 1 . Z 1 ' 3 A W . . . ' 1 v -- . ' 1 I , 1: A x ' '- V V ' Y - , 1 - , Z ' .: . y, ,T ' I 1 '-if - I f: I I I X h . ' . X . 1 W you going into the movie with . . . 2 2 'I 1 I I I I 3" ' I V I 1 v -' ' . , . , . xl T y . . 6 ,L - 1 . . i .'. ' , " , . ' ' 1 Qi , I . w QW 1 ' N W 1 7 1 1 Complxments of L G STEELE FURINITURE CO Dedicated to The Home Phone 246 241 Thxrd Avenue Complxments of MAGGIED BROTHERS wr: WILL BUY Youn WRECKED CAR Vme Sireei Gallxpohs Phone 9 Allen Romame W h .1 L dld Fxnmklln say when he CIISLONLILCI Llcctxxclty 1n llghtnmg Anne Melton Nothlng he was too shocked Glllen My cal has an 1I'1d1ffLl ent horn Leah Thompson What kmd of hom ms that? Gxllen Oh It Just doesnt gun toot' Audley Jackson Whats the 1dea weaxmg your socks wlong Slde out" Maxy Meugaret Young Thues V1lg1Il1d McCann Why dont you answex the phone? Sally Whlte It xsn t xmgmg Vugmla Must you always Walt 1111 the last mmute Ch1ck Plymale We CCIIHINIQ had a good tlme last mght fox ten cents Dot Skmner Yes and I won der what httle bxother dld wlth '7 Comphmenis DR H H KING DENTIST J D lN ORTH FEEDS SEEDS FERTILIZER JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT Gallxpohs Comphments of ODELL LUMBER COMPAlNY QUALITY LUMBER Vme Street Gallzpolls Comphments of SHELHNE MOTOR SALES R W SHELINE Owner Gallxpohs Complxments A FON TAN A FRUIT CANDY ICE CREAM TOBACCO Comphmenis of The J W MOOTZ BAKERY BETTY LOU Home Style Bread Compllmenis f HOLZER 6 H1115 K jg ne 290 1 ' of 1 Y 1 3 a . U y a hole in the other side.. Q Complimenis of . I V . j I DR. CHARLES E l ' ' ' I 1 1 . , I in. - ' ! l ee- L I I l I I ' I l ' 1 l 9 l 1 v , , l . . 6 . . , Complxmenis of M 0 L L Y T h e FARMERS HOTEL Home Cooked Meals w. na ah. cx-mmps GALLIPOLIS MOTOR COMPANY O L D S M O B I L E CHEVROLET CARS and TRUCKS Phono 528 Comphmonh of T h e JOHNSON C LOVER FARM STORES JOHNSON 8: JOHNSON 820 Second Ave JOHNSON GROCERY 460 Second Ave C L JOHNSON GROCERY DAVIS SHULER Depal tment Stole THREE moons QUALITY Phone 154 406 Second Compllments ot I AMERON ELEC TRIL C O S E R V I C E The First Conslderatxon Phone 209 Galhpohs T h e ISL AIND VIEW IININ Mrs Ira Z Swisher CHICKEN DINNERS 960 I-'nrst Avenue Gallmpolxs Russell Wood How about a llttle 11de cut1e" Joan E1w1n Axe you gomg north" Russell Sure thmg' Joan Well then g1VC my re gauds to the Esklmos B111 Johnson See that g11l 0ve1 there' Bob Ma1ch1 Yeah B111 Shes fresh flom the country and It s up to us to teach her the dxfference between rlght and wrong Bob O K pal you teach her what s light L L NEAL 81 SON DRUGS TOILETRIES STATIONERY CONFECTIONERY Second and Locust Streets COLUMBUS an SOUTHERIN OHIO ELECTRIC C0 :Jax-rr ma rownn Best Washes to THE GALLIAN M T EPLIN G Sand and GIRVCI Comphmenis of GILLY GILLINGHAM DRUG COMPANY Pme and Second Gallxpolls Complxments of HUDSOIN TERMIIN AL MOTORS We Sell Amerxcas Most Beauhful Car l 1 2 - - I I I cc n I I I I ' d . I I I Y . I l - I I I I n n Q , -,, W Y -- -4.-- ..,...-. ..-N --M,,,, L----.....,..- .,,,.,, -,....E... In - I A Y T V 1 1 I .. .. . . 1710 Eastern Ave. 1' , l . . , , I I' n u ' I I 1 - of I -. I - -, , r I 4' I . Q y N r - w f v f 1 1 N ' ' C7 I . Y I . . . I I I TAWNEY STUDIO and Jewehs Stole STEAK HOUSE Photographs Dzamonds and Watches Second and Court Streets GHHIPOIIS NO BEER C0mP11me'1fS of JUST FINE FOODS HASKIIN S GARAGE STUDEBAKEE cAns TRUCKS M155 G1l1e5p1e Gmc the DIUIHI of man BISS M15 Slmms Mean ci he ra B1 Twms Mc'VIanus Wh1ch month days 1n 11" MISS has 28 Coleman Smeltze1 They all have Fr1end When you Went tv chool d1ont you lea1n the three GENERAL Madge Go1don Yes Rah Rah' Rah Bes! Wlshes to M155 Bradbu1y I5 1tt cmrect to say You have eto George W1l50n No Its vuong M155 B Why IS lt VVIOI'lg9 Geoxge Because I a1nt et yet THE GALLIAN C D KERR DRUG COMPANY Charlene Robmson Why do they refex to ShlpS and boats .15 she" Jlm JHIVIS Because t ey make then' best showmg IH the wlnd The Rexall Store Comphmenis of THE GALLIPOLIS PUBLISHING CO Publlshels of TI-IE GALLIPOLIS DAILY TRIBUNE THE GALLIA TIMES Comphmenis of D HOLLIS W OOD INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE Complxments of SPRING HILL DAIRY COVIPANY QUALITY FIRST ALWAYS 430 Second Avenue Galllpolxs I Compllmenis of JOHN W ROPETER Longest In The Business INSURANCE T h e FORTRESS STUDIO BETTER PICTURES FOR BETTER PRICES Compliments of PAYINE MOTOR SALES Inc CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS 50 52 State Street Phone 143 Gallxpolxs I L . Y . . V . , i ' I . ' . I ' 5 I N . A . L 'sG. An t I plu 'l of .- ,. X c?ild. A 'll: ' " ' I l l -' I I V ' ' I - . ., - ., I J N ' ' ' . D 1 ..R,Si,,, . . , 1 I I ' I ' ' 1 ' - I , .. -- . ' 1 h II C ' I 'k ll .1 -, 3 ' .. H f ' ' ' : E 1 I ' I I 0 ' . ' l l v I , i , 1- I v I , I . . . v n ' Compliments Compliments of ELLIOTT APPLIAlN CES Eleclncal Appllances Records SALES and SERVICE Court and Thxrd Gallxpolxs thxs umbe1 1 1 1 1 as cd 1 e volce Oxu the telephone lGpllCd Gee Maxchl Thls IS eleven eleven Solry to have botheled you saxd the XOICQ No bother at all S8ld Gee I was gettlng up anyway to an swer the phone Jane Anne Nottel What does he do fox a l1v1ng" a s lgeon but he had to quit Jane Anne Too haxd on h1s nerxes" Fxeddle NO too much lnsxde woxk Elolse Chuxch My only sm lS Vanlty I look lnto my mlrror exely mormng and thmk how beautlful I am Mary Ann Bulnettf. Thats not a s1n thats a rmstake Nolah Caxol Condee Hes al vxays been a perfect gentleman vslth me Mary Ann Plckens He boles me too Compliments of G and J AUTO PARTS Court Phone Galhpolxs MCKNIGHT DAVIES HARDWARE STORE 43 Court Street or Quahty Hardware and Garden Seeds Complxments of W H I T E S WALLPAPERS 252 Second Ave Phone 1010 Gallxpohs Comphments of THE LAFAYETTE HOTEL RECOMMENDED BY DUNCAN HINES THE GALLIA COUNTY PRODUCE C OMPAINY FEED SEED BUILDING SUPPLIES Complxments oi JUDY MOTOR SALES B U I C K Ed Judy Comphments of MOORE MOTOR SALES DODGE PLYMOUTH 417 Second Avenue Galllpohs SIGLER LAN IER C L 0 T H I N G and SHOES Compliments of D1 Ravmon T Alllson D1 Raw mond Pope i 1 ' of l 1 a T 4 v f . s i 1 , "ls ' n ' - - - 7" 'k- ' , 5 ' ,.- , , . "No," ' ' - . ' '. , , y., 7 " ,H ' Q , , ,, .. - , - 77 - -g l w Y , - . 1 , , Freddie Folden: He used to be f l - , 1 1 X 7 . Z ' ' - , I 7 V . . j 1 ' 3 . V N . . ,I . , Y , , 1 , . ' 4 - : ' , - ? Q . . H . . , . 53 43 3 A '. ,' N , Complrments of D1 Howald Fostel Complxments of HARRY V HOLMES Flowers That Speak For Themselves CORSAGES FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 822 Third Ave Galllpohs Davxd Jackson D1d hex fathex come between you? Alex Boxden N0 rnexely b hmd me leaped from h1s bath shoutmg Eureka I have found lt' What dld he mean? LOUIC Axnold The soap' Scotty Lucas What hens lay the longest? Phllbert Boggs Dead ones Comphments of RATLIFF HARDW ARE Where Customers Send Thelr F nends Phone 153 Gallxpolxs 0 Jewelry When You 0 Watches 0 Pens Pencils THINK or 0 Rlngs ALWAYS THE NEWEST AT PAUL DAVIES Sz CO Clothes 'rr-nNxoE HASKIN S TAN N ER Jew elels Compllments of E B Ebersbach A1 Shoemaker Holhs W Queen B111 Hmshaw Dxck Roach Dolorus R Randolf Glenn P Campbell THE OLDEST THE LARGEST LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY IN GALLIA COUNTY Complxments ot WOMELDORFF AND THOMAS Wholesale and Hetaxl HARDWARE AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES Phone 207 Gallxpolxs Complxments of JOE D MILLER GENERAL CONTRACTOR FOR LIFE INSURANCE and ESTATE PLANNING GUS W JEWELL 19 Locust Street Phone 1000 Gallxpolxs Ohxo Compliments of Complxments of T h e T h Q GALLIPOLIS CLINIC EVANS GROCERY State Street Gallxpohs Y . l . I - N4 1 E J l I Q H Y . F , X v - X 5 - 1 E A L 1 - . I Q 5 l '- s - ' I 0 . . ll l l ,, ' 1 . . I - Q- u . , Mr. Fowler: When Archimedes EXCaVafiH9 and Grading la vu ' D" A V ' " ' ' . 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I 'I 7 DY." u X2 EQ pig, 5 X H'-Q' 'S' WEATHER Member of Warm breezes brrng Assassmated ecay THE GOLD DIGGER from the dump ISSUE NO 1 WE GET ALL THE SCOOPS MAY 49 F ORTY -N NERS RUS CLASS REUNION We were all glad to spend a quret afternoon wrth the old class of 49 Berng together agarn some of the classmates talked over old trmes Some of the group remrnrsc rng were Alrce Berkley trrnkrng back to the trme when she be came engaged durrng her senror year at G A H S Phyllrs C11 ner about her hard and stren uous work at the Drrve In and Steak House Barbara Halley about her doggoned Job as Edrtor of the Gallra Scnpt Mary Margaret Young remem bered Mr Browns settrng the clock when she came to school 144 mrnute before the tardy bell Mary Ross and Edrth Thornton thought of all the trme they had wasted drawrng prctures rn class trme Dorothy Lanrer Jane Anne Notter Jean Northup Joan M111 er and Jeanne Nrbert thought of the long hours they had spent on therr typrng and shorthand but they agreed that now rt was well worth all the effort they had made Allen Strarght dreamed over all the grrls he brought thrrlls to back rn 1949 Arlen Saunders though of all the prctures he took to make our yearbook better The senror year brought mem morres of all the fun he had on that rndependent basketball team of Eddre Rarneys Alex Borden and Dave Jackson re membered the many trmes they had trred unsuccessfully to blow up the chemrstry lab Brlly Day and Bob Clark thougrt of the conversatrons that they had been able to carry on when Mrss Brad burys head was turned that was not often of course' Madge Gordon recalled the number of students she had seen Drop Dead rn the halls that hectrc Senror Year Joe Drummond and Jrm Lvans both lrved up to therr names Joe a drummer and Jrm rrch An evenrng meal was prepared by Mary Lou Leonard Joan Mollohan Florence Ellrott and Audrey Sheets Some say Too many cooks sporl the broth but they drdnt by a long ways sporl ours MUSCLE BOUND ADVERTISER Herbert Rrfe now works on the swrng shrft At meal trme h poses rn the show wrndow of the Salty Sea Food Cafe Havrng been trarned at the studro f Charles Fatless Herb has really developed a Physrque and makes an rdeal advertrser for th restaurant As one looks rn the wrndow he sees besrde Herbert a srgn rn neon lrghts whrch says Specral Today Mussels' NOW WITH MARS INC Brll Joe Johnson has accepted a posrtron on the Mars Mrlky Way football squad thrs season In the startrng lrneup B111 wrll shrft from posrtrons front end and rear end Hrs substrtute Gee Marchr wrll play hold back and sway back REMEMBER WHEN 1 C1 A H S was srxth p ace rn the league? 2 Grrls wore therr dresses a b o v e therr knees? CAhhh' What a day'J 3 Bob Tope carr red the torch f r Joan M1ller'7 4 Anne drdnt go wrth Allen" CNo we can tl 5 Jeanre Ecker was Wood crazy? 6 Madge Gordon went wrth Tommy Matthews" 7 Lors Smrth went steady wrth George Wrlson" 8 We the senrors were green freshmen? 9 John Stebbrns G e n e v a Campbell and Peggy Pollock came to us from out of the blue? 10 The school went on strrke rn 46" ll Don Henshaw won a cel' trfrcate on the essay World Peace? 12 Lucy Persrngers went stea dy wrth Frank Grl1esp1e" 14 Ray Frsher had a brg crush on Leah Thompson" 15 Marron and Humphrey were happv rn our school? WANTED Assrstant coach named Laff ey to succeed Smrley and Grrn ny G A H Yes May 26 wrll be here at last and on that fateful nrght tne Class of 49 tGold Drggersh wrll walk up the arsle to recerve therr golden nuggets Cdrplomas to y u"J They have warted 12 long years some even 13 or 14 for thrs great lronor We shall always have fond memorres and sentrment for G A H S Each senror has hrs or her own lrttle remembrance for the trme when he smrled at her or she looked twrce at hrm And of course we wrll never for get those lrttle holes rn the walls they called lockers" We cant leave hrgh school wrtrout mentronrng the many frrends we made here Whrle Speakmg of frrends we feel thrs rs ers Every senror knows that teachers are really our frrends and have really stuck by us through thrck and thrn Now that rt rs over and all rn all we come to one conclusron that wrth God and Mrss Brad bury wrllrng we graduate' NEW BANK PRESIDENT Phebe Ann Prtchford has real ly done well for herself She rs now Presrdent of the Frrst Na tronal Bank where she frrst was employed when she graduated from G H S Phebe rs thrnkrng serrously of gorng rnto polrtrcs Who knows maybe she wrll be Presrdent of the U S A some dayv-ra MACKENZIE STAR A fellow classmate has been srgned wrth Metro Polotan Op era It rs none other than our Alrce Mackenzre Alrce plans to throw rt all out the wrndow and become a srmple housewrse The lucky man rs Rondall Wallace who wrll certarnly apprecrate hrs lrttle star POEM Notter had a lrttle skrrt And rt was very trght Every trme she chased her lamb her calf peeped rnto srght Q ,.,,,,,-.-,c,ir ---Y-27' I lM1Ws--W 1, at gg as I I U rr 1 n I l.. ' 1 . , . , . . . . II . I e . . Y ' . ' ' tn YY ' , ' .. . o .. . . 0 - , , 1 so . I I . . Q II I . . . .3 '- , - - - - I ' 11 yy - ! ' - L' ' .1 I" rr H - - , . G r "'-lT'l - ' - . : 1--l il V7 v - - - ts - I I U ' ' . I . . a good trme to mentron teach- . , ' ' - - at 1: A - ' 1 9 ' I . , . I I - lil., . . ! ' ' . . . , . ' I ' I 1 ' ' YY . ..-. . C . - v f I ' ' ! ' H , , , ' 1 I 1 . y .' ' ' tr ' ' rr ' ' . , .I ' . ,I I I I . 7 . I 56 : . N , ' rx - H - . ' . , . ,, . . N - S , . . PAGE 2 THE GOLD DIGGER MAY 49 STARTS FROM THE GROUND UP Robert ODell after h1s grad uat on from Gall1a Academy Hxgh School has settled down to hve a qu1et, peaceful lxfe on h1s farm wlth h1s w1fe, Donna Straxght Wayne and Wayde Saunders rent a thlrd of the farm from hxm Robert f1nds that the work out there on the farm 1snt so easy He Just can t seem to make anvthlng grow In fact the only thmg he can F3156 IS the rent He has tr1ed both Vlgoro and Duz but all 1n va1n Next year he IS gomg to try a new method He IS golng to glve the Vlgoro to the crops 1nstead of taklng lt hxmself RICHARD BANE GRADUATES Well at last the day has come and the nxght has too Dlck Bane f1nally got a grade WhlCh would let hun graduate from Engllsh IV Even though It la 1959 D1ck stuck through t1ll he made It He really deserves a dlploma after all these years dont you Grandpa? BARE FACTS Geneva Campbell D o r o t h y have started a nudlst camp 1 Alaska They are all warm blooded' Brrrr EIOISC Chu1ch Jan1ce Folden Jean Northup Jeanne Nlbert Ruth Wood Del ores Russell Joan Mollohan and Jean1e Ecker were thexr flrst customers Always knew our class of 49 was a smart one now Im sure GREAT SHAKESPEAREAN ACTOR IS CALLED TO JUST REWARD The famous actor James Ros well Jarvls was k1lled today whlle perfo1m1ng the part of Macbeth 1n the play Macbeth Du11ng the banquet scene h1s w1fe Charlene Robmson Cwho played the part of Lady Mac beth? Sllpped some arsen1c 1 hlS horn of mead It was later d1scove1ed that he had been ll1rt1ng w1th the barmalds 1n Ye Mermald Tavern FLASHI' Leah Thompson fell on one of her kn1tt1ng needles Seems 1t 1an through her heart and she IS about to dle fThank Heavens'J NEW ADDITION Mr and Mrs Wayne Shaver fthe former Vlfglnla Vaughtl were blessed wlth a baby daugh ter May 23 Th1s IS the1r f1rst after eleven consecut1ve boys I guess w1th thexr football team they have a new Sweetheart of the Galhan Congratulat1ons' CIRCUS NEWS Jason Sheppard was employed today by the W1lly and WOHt1E Travehng CITCUS Along w1th Joan Eachus Jason w1ll appear as the Tall Man and Joan as the Mxdget Lady Th1S you cant m1ss" FOR SALE A 1913 Ford good cond1t1on purchaser must have keen sense of noxse and respect for old age Allan Romame AMONG THE AILING Dw1ght W1ll1ams admltted for purgery Audrey Sheets scheduled fo1 an operat1on at 8 00 a m The X Ray revealed a tumor or should we say too much? Davld Jackson Deep thought parts of hlS bra1n causlng bra1n concuss1on Harold Wh1tt had h1S l1ver and glzzard removed CSounds good huh'J MANLEY SHOES FOR WOMEN Gene Manley promlnent man now owns Manley Shoes For Women because of the looks he gets 1n the bus1ness REPORTS TO DRAFT BOARD Wayne Folden local playboy reported Tuesday to the local draft board fOI h1s phySlCal ex am1nat1on p11or to entermg the A1my A11 Foxce Now most blg men l1ke Wayne tlp the scale at about 230 but Wayne tlppecl them clear OVCIH' COMMUNITY MOURNS DEATH OF FORMER CITIZEN The .vhole commun1ty today lb 1n mournmg fOl the passmg of .1 formex c1t1zen Ray Mltchell After a three day sealch by the posses the corpse was found 1n a bathtub for some Ieason or other MOVIE HAS GRAND OPENING Monday May 30 the Colony Theater w1ll stage the world prem1ere of O Grab Me The Claw showmg for the f1rst t1me 1n Amerlca It was fllmed 1n the jungles of South Amerlca The world renown star, Forrest Bor den w1ll appear 1n person claw and all WANTED A beau to t1e around my neck A1108 Mackenz1e A brlght red convertlble James Hogan FAMOUS OUOTATION A1 len Saunders What d1d Paul Revere say at the end of h1s fa mous r1de" Don Henshaw I dont know What d1d he say" Arlen Whoa' GUESS WHO? All r1ght now lets go It s about t1me for the bell NEW SECRETARY The new Presldent Gene Payne and V106 Presldent Noel Hock man have taken a new secre tary Aldena Shato We all knew would get hex far 1n thls world It IS rumored she w1ll be the llI'St to sxgn a pact for school to be open 12 months a year Don t everyone shoot at once" Jack Bradley and Gene Boster are new Secretar1es of War Now we can have real peace Joke son"' WINS OLYMPIC TITLE Not only does G H S have football basketball and base ball stars but also sprlngers fNot Ch1CkS e1ther'D Alex Bor den has come home from abroad w1th the champlon Olympl Jumplng t1tle Alex tops all othez recox ds and st1ll stays on Z feet Just a fellow 49er TOILET PREPARATION O111 tollet preparatlon made Bob March1 what he lS today a stmkerl' Northern T1ssue Company NOTICE WHY STUDY? I got through w1thout wo1k so can you w1th help of my Get By Method " Jennle Su1ter Y -- . . , , y , . . . . y - . 1 ' ' li 1 ' 1 I , . . . . ,, . . . 1 ' , . . . . . , I , I t . . , ' Y O . , --n - ' Y . . . 1 l 1 1 Y . K . Ch I Y! 1 , . ' ' I H - sy ' 1 l T D I . , , 1 1 1 I 1 ' , no vy- . Q , .N l .1.. , v . . 11 , , , . Y , . I . W 1 1 5 ' Skinner, and Mary Ann Burnette Started a Cham refactlon lf' the Aldena's fa m ou s handwrxtmg . .n a . . . . 1 - W l v , ' Y H 1 1 ' ' , , - , . .. , li-l . " . v , M ' s , - , 1 it YI v 1 ' , . , 1 A . . . Y y 1 1 1 'V I5 ' Ll Y! 1 I . ' I . . ' Q. 1 D . ' . . ' .1 1 ' , ' ' :a -i--l- . , . . .n ' . . . . . H I . M ' Y! 1, 1 1 ' . - 1 1 1 K 1 1 .6 T- MAY 49 THE GOLD DIGGER PAGE 3 FLICKER FLASHBACKS 1945 M6mOFlES fond memor1es they dr1ft back to me slowly as I read through my old Gallm Scnpis about my fellow class mates In the October 5 1945 1ssue Screwball wrxtes that Jen n1e Su1ter had a s1lent crush on Cre1ghton Ghrxst and that some cute freshmen boys C11nton Murphy James Jarv1s Gee and Bob March1 were enough to turn any g1rls head Bob M seemed to have had a crush on Nevolene Cremeens and Bob Saunders had fallen for Leah Thompson Bar bara Cardwell and Bob Condee made a cute couple A red head ed freshman had a crush on that sen1or Bob Whlte was lt Bar bara? Then Nutsey answexed that on Gee March1s 11st of What I want for Chr1stmas youd f1nd Anne Meltons name and that Jane Anne Notters love for the momement was none other than the Grade School Casanova Jun1or Johnson Some of the couples at the Valent1nc Dance were George W1ls n and LOIS Smlth and Ann Morr1son and Jack Arthur Bob Roberts was crazy about Dorothy Sk1nner another affa1r that was rolhna Notter and Ch1ck Plymale Screwball wondered who Dor othys real love was Allen Romame Bob M3fChl or the R10 Grande chap A certa1n fresh man g1rl had a crush on a certa1n semor boy the g1rl Jenn1e Su1ter the boy Bob Davton 1946 One of the f1rst new romances was that of Jeanne Davls and Bob M3fCh1 Mlles was beg1n nmg to thmk a lot of Barbara Cardwell but then her heaxt belonged to Condee Judy Rob ertson st1ll had her torch for Bob M Gee March1 1nvaded Grade School for Addle Johnson He st1ll thought lots about Anne Melton though Leah wlshed that Bob Saunders would cast h1s eyes her way A cute couple seen after the W1nf1eld game was one of our neat drum maJorettes Charlene Rob1nson and that dashmg center of the football team J1m Jarv1s Screwball had seen Peggy Pollock and Sonny M3Ck8HZle together Had L01 and George broken up" Some cute couples were seen towards the last of the year They were Jeanne N1bert and Don Johnson and Bob Burnette and Anne Melton Jenn1e Su1ter J.1st adored Mlddleport or Don Becker Jackson had been wr1t mg a few letters to some of our g1rls Notter Chot RODIHSOH and Jeanne Ecker The band bus had created a new romance of Nancy Beard and Arlen Saund ers Notter went a l1ttle farther than Jackson at the last of the year Oak H111 or B111 Pr1chard Where was Fredd1e? 1947 J1m JBFVIS had won h1s long struggle for Chott1e Lea h s heart had changed th1s t1me to a b1g black Packard and Bud Mlller BObb1e MaTCh1 got Judy Robert son a Xmas? one of Short 1ers cute blond lad" A new couple was Jean1e Ecker and Lee Day rumor Sald 1t started at Cherry OBr1ens party Loren N1day was dat1ng that cute soph omore LOlSSl"I11l.l'1 Sammy Plants had been see1ng Jean Northup around D1d Mar1an ask Bob March1 to the G A A hay r1de'? Eva Swaln was flashmg around a bracelet g1ven to her by Bob Tope Cupld had sent an arrow through the a1r to un1te Geneva Campbell and that Jun1or boy Leon Maggxed Another sopho more Jenn1e Su1ter had a secret Was It true love when rhmstone bracelet for Dot Sk1nner had found last years grads Gary Who was Dorothy Lan othy Sk1nner really hopped about f1rst 1t was Gary Short then lt was Bob Roberts D1d D1sh Notter and Bear Can aday l1ke each others company? Bette K1ng s1mply floated when rer dream guy Bear Canaday sm1led at her She also had an eye on Russell Wood George W1lson s and Laura Mae Dexters names were connected along Wlth Ann MOTYISOH and Dw1ght W1ll1ams J1m Laugh1ng Boy Jarv1s whlrled hlS keycha1n glV en to h1m by Charlene for h1s b1rthday Last but not least of the year taps had been sounded for Eva Swaln and Bob Tope Pat n B111 were flghtm and mak1n up Russell Wood thought that Rachel Masters was the cutest thmg Many a g11l would be a b1dd1n for B111 Joe John sons heart that ye ar Joan Eachus and B111 had that starry eyed look when Screwball pass ed them 1n the hall one day but he wondered why B111 Joe called Barba a Cardwell Could Betty Baker been the reason Wayne Folden looked so bad after the Wahama game" They Sald Jeanne N1bert and Don Johnson had called lt qu1ts because of a Payne from Vlnton Had Al1ce MHCRSHZIG found her true love at last? Charles Pr1ce that bashful senlor lad or Loren N1 day? June Conner and Bob Tope were seen together When w1ll Leah Thompson and Ray F1sher stop thelr feudm and f1ght1n and e1ther call lt qu1ts or make up? Mary Al1ce Stover and Kenny Null were seen at a recent dance Allen Roma1ne was really 1n love w1th Anne Melton and saw no one else- loves blmd J1m Jarv1s seemed to 11ke Dusty weather Why" Jane Anne Notter and Leah Thompson were attracted to Oak H111 wh11e Fredd1e Folden and Ray F1sher were try1ng dog goned hard to protect the1r 1n terests Mary Margaret Roberts was s1mply crazy about a certa1n football player CJohn Eppleb Ed1tn Thornton and Bob Trout were seen together qulte a lot Paul Wells was putt1ng up val 1ant flght try1ng to w1n the g1rl of h1s dreams W1lma Austen B111 Da1ley was aga1n xnvolved 1n one of h1S romances that t1me the g1rl was Charlene Rob 1nson but Chot had eyes only for J1mmy Davld Rob1nson thought Jenn1e Su1ter was str1ct ly on the beam d6Sp1te the1r quarrels Els1e Halley had a great b1g crush on none other than Gene Manley D1d Jean Da VIS st1ll have that undy1ng love for Bob MHFCPI7 DaVld Rob1n wxth Joan Eachus Jenn1e Su1ter was hav1ng a hard t1me dec1d1ng between Jun1or and Earl Houck In the meantlme Loren Nlday was tak1ng lt upon hlmself to see that Jenn1e was not lone some Arlen Saunders and Anna Mae Betz had dec1ded to go steady Another couple was Margaret Swanson and J1m Bald Wln Warren Myers fallen head over heels for Mar1an Jeffers Seen at recent basketball games Mar1delle Broyles and Jason Shepherd Bob March1 and Betty Lou Baker John Epl1ng and Leah Thompson Dorothy Sk1n ner was a g1rl of many moods whlle Russell Wood was her cur rent attractlon A strange force of gravlty was keep1ng Forrest Borden up 1n the all over Lel1a Grant 1948 Aldena Shato l1kes Jul1an Wagner and thlnks Thomas Crawford IS cute Bon1ta Bane has Dw1ght W1ll1ams r1ng and h1s heart we suppose Jeanne N1bert and Don Johnson are go 1ng steady agam Ann M1ller has been seen wlth Don Henshaw Seems a hayr1de started a b1g romance between Joan Eachus and Lou1e Davls The entlre football teams 1nsp1rat1on seems to be e1ghth grader Irma W1l loughby 7 2 , ' . -, . . , . l . - - . . , . . . 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