Gambier High School - Milestone Yearbook (Gambier, OH)

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If a A ,,., X vu- R N ""?"A 'Wi' am Doors to Progress M1LEsToNE STAFF 'immwamcmqi Donald Frye ' ' Business Manager Dick Ralston 'Art Editor l Mary Famer l Sports A Ronald Carpenter --fakes' or Art Layman 'g Features Elizabeth Ayers w'NllIl!'1w1 Q CONTENTS, Guides to Progress Administration- - Teaching Staff Degrees of Progress Classes t Progress through Groups Organization Activities . Goals, through Progress Honor Roll . Alumni Directory - , an I , , 5 To Mr. Moffitt, whose integnity, wisdom, knowledge, and guidance have ever been sources of inspiration to pupils and teachers, this book is affectionately dedicated. Milestone Staff Rouzulnl l'u1'pcnti-r. Artlmr Laymmi, Dirk Ralston, Miss SL-urs, llimnlil Frye. lilizzihclli Ayers. Mary l"z1i'lncr We have attempted to include in this Milestone scenes, sketches and written material which will bring to mind by as- sociation, the vast number of incidents which make up the school life of the average pupil. Herein you will find some- thing of our interests and ideals. We have tried to picture the everyday activities of our student body. We crave your interest and will appreciate your indul- gence. Board of Education , M-my 'ev-+,,,.,, K First Row -Charles Bell, Pres, Paul C. Brown, Vice Pres., H. S. Moffitt, Supt., Arthur Steinmetz. Srzr-mul Ron' Fred Frye, Clerk, Robert Ransom tOne member, Charles Imel, absentb, Pr1g1f'l'Iiy,l1l vanp' www Q . 'fly F ,yrf-5,5 .432 Qi.,HZwQ ,,,qFL.,L?.l,-:,. - I-Hug, "' Q History of Gambier Schools for the Past Five Years These years cannot be seen as a period of rapid progress or great accomplishment. Throughout the state this period has been a difficult time in which to maintain the standards of education previously attained, yet our school has been kept to a high standard and some progress has been made. At the beginning of this period we were running behind financially and were unable to meet our payrolls when due. 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Aljlf'fI7'II, Geometry, Plljj-Wil'-Y VVooster College, Wooster, Ohio Advisor Ofyseniflf C1353 Ohio State University, Columbus BA- at Hlram College B.S. Education, Ohio Northern University, Mflstcrs Degree' Befhavy Cffnegff Ada' Ohio Post-graduate at Columbia University University of Chicago One oi' the original 88 County Superin- tentlents still in service MISS SALLIE M. SEARS MR. R. STARK BEARD English Vo,0.Ay1r.I, II, III, IV Lfzfin Hrmzr' E!'fI'llfP7ILif'-Y Advisor of Junior Class and Milestone Advisor of Girl Reserve Dramatic Coach Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity A.B. Ohio State University M.A. Syracuse University MRS. VERNA S. PINKLEY History Civics General Sr'ifJ21r'r: Bioloyfif Advisor of Sophomore Class Denison University Ph.B. B.Sc. in Agr. Ed., Ohio State University MRS. KATHERINE M. GARZIERI Conlmerrirll Sulzjcwls School Treasurer Advisor Freshman Class Ohio University B.S. in Education Payer Elvrcn tug.. What the State Inspector Says About Our School On September 26, 1944, Mr. R. M. Garrison of the Department of Edu- cation at Columbus inspected our school. All departments, instruction, li- brary, program of studies, rooms, building and grounds were reported as most Satisfactory. Administration and supervision were especially com- mended. In making general comments, Mr. Garrison said, "The school is Well organized. The quality of the instruction is satisfactory. The library is well located and adequate for the needs of the school. The instructional equipment in the school is of excellent quality. The program of studies is about as Wide as it is possible to offer in a school with a small enrollment. The Gambier High School is on the list of iirst grade schools approved by this Department." In making recommendations Mr. Garrison suggested, "Each year should find a number of new books added to the collection Clibraryl. Addi- tional visual aids should be provided for the Work in biology. Maps and charts are needed for the work in social science. We hope you will be able to strengthen the music program." These recommendations, we may add, are in line with the policy of the present administration. Under prevailing world conditions We feel our school is doing exceedingly Well. Page Twelve Senior Class Poem Don is a boy who puts on no airs, He's just a common lad. who tends to his own affairs Ronald who would like to be a marine, Is one of the stars of our basket ball team. Eileen has much intelligence, And within herself has confidence. Dick always seems at ease, He's just another boy that loves to tease. Betty B. never has much to say, But after you know her she's really quite gay. Dan is quite a studious boy, Yet he finds time for pleasure and joy. Margaret Ann is lots of fun, With her on the job you get things done. Jean has friends wherever she goes, A nice disposition as everyone knows. Elizabeth, although indeed quite small, Her getting low grades I can't recall. June is a person rare, But maybe someday she'll be a millionaire. Harry is happy-go-lucky-hasn't a care, He doesn't worry, he'll always get there! Dorothy has two characteristics rare, Her jolly way and her jet black hair. Ernest is always very alert, And with the girls he likes to flirt. Art likes sports, both indoors and out, And seems to have nothing to worry about. Mary Yeager never seems to be blue, To friends and class mates she's always true. Rexgalthough not so very tall, Someday maybe president and rule us all. Ilene has blue gray eyes and blonde curls, She is one of our ambitious girls. M ary Farmer Page Fourteen ELIZABETH AYERS G.A.A. 1-2, Glee Club 1-2-4, Class Play 3-4, Class Vice Pres. 3, Class Treasurer 4, G. R. 4. MARGARET AYERS G.A.A. 1-2, Vice Pres. of G.A.A. 2, Choral Club 1, Glee Club 1-2-4, Girls' Basketball 1-2, Cheerleader 3-4, Class Pres. 2, Class Treasurer 3, Class Secretary 4, G.R. 1-2-3-4, Vice Pres. of G.R. 4, Milestone Staff 2, Class Play 3-4. BETTY BECKHOLT G.A.A. 1-2, G.R. 1-3-4, Class Play 4, Glee Club 1-2. HARRY BLAIR Mt. Vernon 1-2-3, Hi-Y 4, Fire Patrol 4, Class Play 4, Basketball 4. REX BROKAW Class Pres. 1, F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y 4, Treas. of Hi-Y 4, Softball 3-4, Fire Patrol 1-2-3-4, Class Play 4. JEAN BUTCHER Girls' Basketball 1-2, Choral Librarian 2, G.A.A. 1-2, G.A.A. Treas. 2, Class Vice Pres. 1, Cheerleader 1-2- 3-4, G.R. 1-2-3-4, G.R. Vice Pres. 3, G.R. Pres. 4, Glee Club 1-2-4, Class Play 3-4. EILEEN BUTLER G.R. 1-4, Glee Club 1-2-4, Class Play 3-4, Treas, of G.R. 4. JUNE CARTER G.R. 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2, Glee Club 1-2-4, Class Play 4, Cheerleader 3-4. RONALD CARPENTER Basketball 1-2-3-4, Football 1-2, Softball 1-2-3-4, Fire Patrol 1-2-3-4, Hi-Y 4, Class Play 4, Milestone Staff 4. MARY FARMER Howard 1-2, Class Sec. 3, Class Play 3-4, Milestone Staff 4. DONALD FRYE F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Pres. of F.F'.A. 4, Basketball 1-2-4 Class Pres. 4, Editor of Milestone 4, Class Play 3, 4 Hi-Y 2-4, Fire Patrol 1-2-3-4. DOROTHY HUFFMAN G.R. 1-2-3-4, G.A.A. 1-2, Class Play 3-4, Glee Club 1-2. v v - rfggg- r ARTHUR LAYMON Basketball 1-2-3-4, Softball 2, Class Vice Pres 4, Fire Patrol 1-2-3-4, Class Play 3-4, Milestone Staff 4, Hi-Y 1-2-4. DAN MCKEE F.F.A. 1-2-3-4, Sec. of F.F.A. 3, Vice Pres. of F.F.A, 3, Class Play 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Sec. of Hi-Y 4. RICHARD RALSTON Howard 1, Football 2, Class Play 3-4, Hi-Y 2-4, Fire Patrol 2-3-4, Milestone Staff 4, Fire Chief 4, Pres. of Hi-Y 4, Basketball 2-3-4. EARNEST RYAN Mt. Vernon 1-2, Fire Patrol 3-4, Hi-Y 4, Class Play 4. ILEN E STEINMETZ G.A.A. 1-2, Sec. of G.A.A. 2, Sec. of Class 2, Girls' Basketball 1-2, Glee Club 1-2-4, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, G.R. 1-2-3-4, Pres. of G.R. 3, Class Play 3-4. MARY YEAGER G.R. 4, G.A.A. 1-2, Glee Club 1-2-4, Class Play 3-4. I I-F.. Senior Class Will We, the Senior Class of 1945, about to leave this dear old G. H. S., desire to publish this, our last will and testament. ARTICLE I Section 1-To the faculty, we do will all the startling and valuable information that they have found from time to time upon our examination papers, to be used for the future guidance of their young charges. Section 2--To the High School at large, we will and bequeath the very pleasant atmosphere now existing, because of our having been present for four years. Section 3-To the Juniors, we will all the Senior dignity, knowledge and good jtimes. May they profit by the experiences of the Seniors and be worthy to step into this honored place. Section 4-To the Sophomores we give the great privilege of selecting their class rings. Section 5hTo the Freshmen we leave three years of honest toil and hardship. ARTICLE II We, the individual members of the Senior Class, will the following: 1. MARY YEAGER wills her quiet and winning ways to John Wilson. 2. RONALD CARPENTER wills the remaining unused pink slips in the office to his sister Beverly. 3. ELIZABETH AYERS wills her good conduct grades to Charles Carter. lAs if Charles needed them.J 4. DICK RALSTON wills his ability to set tacks to anyone who can get away with it. 5. BETTY BECKHOLT leaves her culinary arts and all her garments made in Home Economics to Hazel Wolfe. 6. DAN McKEE Wills his ability to entertain the girls to John Hamilton. 7. JUNE CARTER wills her persistent ways to Pauline Schnebly. 8. ERNEST RYAN, after due consideration, bequeaths his peaceful naps in Study Hall to anyone subject to "late hours." 9. EILEEN BUTLER wills her good grades to "Peck" Steinmetz. 10. HARRY BLAIR bequeaths his ability to wiggle his ears and other clown-like arts to Harold Crouch. 11. JEAN BUTCHER wills her loyalty to her boy friend to Ruth Sigman. 12. REX BROKAW wills his basketball ability to Paul Laymon. 13. MARGARET AYERS wills her ability to get things accomplished to James Beach. QDoes he need it!J 14. ARTHUR LAYMON leaves his ability for love-making to Harry Ross. 15. ILENE STEINMETZ wills her dimples to Robert Gorsuch. CI hope they win you fame, Robert.J 16. DONALD FRYE wills his car to whoever thinks he can handle it. 17. DOROTHY HUFFMAN wills her tired old brain to any "Green Freshman." 18. MARY FARMER wills her ability in Math. to Mildred Nell. May she use it with appreciation. On this, the first day of March, in the year of our Lord 1945, we declare the fore- going to be our last will and testament, revoking all preceding documents. Witnessed 1 Signed, CHARLENE SPEAKS MARGARET AYERS, BOB MCCRACKEN Secretary of Class, 1945. Page Eighteen Senior Class History FRESHMAN In the fall of 1941, a class of twenty-five students were welcomed into room 300, with Miss Hedrick as our home room teacher and class advisor. We considered ourselves as smart as the upper classmen, but soon found out our real test had just begun. Our activities were few during the first year. A barn party at Harold Crouch's and a bake sale at Hayes' Grocery were the only two outstanding things accomplished. Very early we discovered that we had talent in our class. Jean Butcher and Ilene Steinmetz were elected to help Lulu Biggs in cheer leading. Our instructors this year were the following: Mr. Keller, our General Science and Algebra teacher, who left at the end of the first semester, to work at Sandusky, Mr. Moffitt, who took his place the rest of the year as math. instructor, Mrs. Ashcraft Cformer Miss Thompsonl who was our English teacher, Mr. Logan, our Agriculture teacher, and Mr. Twining, our Business Training teacher. SOPHOMORE This year our membership decreased as we lost Roger Ayers, Mary Biggs, and Dick Davis. Dick Ralston was our only new member. We also had new instructors to lead us through the year. They were: Mrs. Lamothe, who taught English, Mr. Thrall, who taught typing and biol- ogy, Mrs. Owens, our mathematics teacher, and Miss Hedrick, our physical education teacher, and class advisor. With Miss Hedrick as our class ad- visor again for the second year, we made a large amount of money and had a good sum in the bank at the beginning of our Junior year. .Our class participated in all athletics. The girls had a "Play Day" ofne Saturday in which we played other schools. The boys went out for sports, but mainly basketball. They were the following: Roger Ayers, Dick Ralston, Ronald Carpenter, Arthur Laymon, Harold Crouch, Rex Brokaw, and Donald Frye. JUNIOR Well, here we are, as Jolly Juniors. This is the time we have all hoped would come. We increased our membership again as Mary Farmer, Ernie Ryan, and Marcella Worley, came to join us. Rose Mary Coakland was here for a little while, but returned to her former school. Page Nineteen Our instructors this year were: Miss Sears, Mr. Moffitt, Mrs. Fawcett, Mrs. Pinkley, and Mr. Baird. Near the end of the month of September, we received our class rings. Much of our time was spent in getting ready to produce our play entitled "Tomboy," a comedy in three acts. It was the story of a teen-aged girl who liked the sports of a boy, and was always getting into trouble with her other two sisters. It was a gay and an exciting play from beginning to end. All of this was made possible by the assistance and direction of Miss Sears. In May, we entertained the Seniors with a prom, a usual custom of the Juniors. We had the auditorium decorated as a Spring Garden. SENIOR As we enter our Senior year, we grasp more fully the stern realities of war. We entered this year with eighteen members since Harry Blair came to be with us. Dale Burch left to engage in farming, and Kenneth White was called for military service, Know overseasl. Donald Frye was elected president to guide us through our last year at Gambier High School. We presented a clock and a Service Men's Honor Roll to the school as our gift. This year we gave another play entitled "You're Young Only Twice." It was a gay, hilarious play about an old maid that came back to visit an old sorority house where she once Went to school. The class of 1945 extends its appreciation for the extra patience required of the superintendent and teachers during these critical times. We leave with sober minds, but our hearts are full of glad memories of the days at Gambier High School. Elizabeth Ayers. Page Twenty . ....f.,-. Class Prophecy of '45 One sunny afternoon when I was rummaging through my trunk which contained many mementos of the past, what should I find but a Milestone published by the class of "45." It brought to my memory many classmates which, due to the fast rate of living, I had nearly forgotten. Ilene, Margaret Ann and Jean, who were very good friends in high school, have all chosen medical professions. Ilene was graduated from col- lege as a Doctor of Medicine. She has returned to Mt. Vernon and has es- tablished a very promising business. Margaret Ann and Jean are both reg- istered nurses. They have now gone to some of the small islands of the Pacific to help fight the diseases with which so many of our soldiers fought and died in World War II. It seems that Art is now a Civil Engineer and has a World wide repu- tation. He has made the plans for many large buildings, which are scat- tered all over the world. Rex now owns a very nice home in Cleveland and there he is engaged in the sale of automobiles, the type that was only in the early stages of development ten years ago. Betty at first was a stenographer, but she soon decided this was not her type of work. We now find her to be a hostess on a very large air liner which travels from New York to London every forty-eight hours. Dan, a boy much .interested in farming, has become the only farmer of this class. He is now the owner of a large farrn south-east of Wooster and produces many hundred bushels of potatoes annually. Eileen was always considerate of others and due to this very good quality she is now a missionary in Africa. She has been there for five years helping the uncultured people of that continent to enjoy the many pleas- ures of this world. Dick joined the navy after graduation and came back with the purple heart and oak leaf cluster, but now he is engaged in the hotel business. He owns a large hotel in Boston, which is equal to the Waldorf Astoria in New York. June and Dorothy are both beauticians. Dorothy now owns and oper- ates a modern salon in New York. June is in Chicago and there she has established a thriving business. It has not been so very long ago that I saw her name in the Pittsburgh Herald stating that she had been given a certificate of award for designing a new coiffure. By the way, she just recently has married a wealthy Frenchman and her name is now Madame Joseph Du Gast. Page Twenty-one '5-.C -tw. . TRS. ., fr . ,.,.k ,, ,,, E Aix, 1 f .. Don, the president of this class, is a well-fixed dealer in real-estate with his central office in Cincinnati. He was always a clear thinker which has been a great aid in this business. Mary Yeager had only one ambition, if I remember correctly, and that was to be a stenographer, not just the average, but one of the best. At the present time she has a very trusted stenographic position in the F. B. I. She is quite proud of her position and, too, her life has been a great suc- cess. Harry has become an excellent electrician and is employed by the Westinghouse Company in Pittsburgh. The most surprising thing about him is that he still is enjoying single bliss. Elizabeth went to Mansfield Business School and after completing her course there accepted a position at the Goodyear Company in Akron as a private secretary. She has been there for almost ten years and hopes to make this her lifetime occupation. Ronald's life has been one filled with excitement and adventure. He has j,ust completed the design for a new racer with which he will attempt to break his own speed record. He is quite sure this will be the fastest racer ever built and is waiting patiently until the day arrives to prove his belief. Time has now dimmed the pictures of these my friends and class- mates, but I am sure time will never dim their accomplishments whether great or small. M ary Farmer. Page Twenty-two I-'fmt mil' l'll:u'lnttc Slater. lilinm' lluuck, Mary ,lzniv Siu-nks. Mnlmi-I XYyzi11i. jzicqilcliiic Speaks, lit-tty Butler. ,Srlvfml mm' Miss N-urs, Alnlin Xhlsnm. K.ll1ll'l1'h l':u'u-r, Ruin-rt fiorsiicli. Yivizui Iliilliiiziii. Ilully Young. l':iul l.:uy11im1. llzirulil l'i-micli. unior Class The Junior Class of Gambier High School is a group of seven girls and seven boys. At the beginning of the year we had thirteen in our class. Two of our recent class- mates returned to our school. Charlotte Slater joined us from Fostoria but recently she left us. As a means of making money, some members of our class sold stationery from which the class received a substantial amount. We also had a bake sale. Most of the members of our class have been with us since we entered high school. Mary Jane Speaks joined us while we were Freshmen and Elinor Houck came in our Sophomore year. At the end of the first semester, the following were on the honor roll: Paul Lay- mon, Elinor Houck, and Mary Jane Speaks. The Junior Class presented a play entitled "Bringin' Home the Bacon," on March the 16th. All the members took part in the play. Later in the Spring, May 4th, the Juniors entertained the Seniors with the Annual Prom. Pugu' Tmrniy-111 Vcc l'1r.vf rim' Alien' llvllwigg. Xlilry Smilll. ltllnm' Sit-mlllt-iz. H1-x'r-rly lzirlwiill-r, Nlzirllyn XXII ml. Xxilllllll izlrlvi. .S'i'l'm11l nm Mrs, I'Enkll-y. Carl Kim'-iiuli. Rolwri llir-fnws, Dale Ilnrlriii, I'atrivli Xlliblo. lzunn-s Iii-zirll. law'- Lyiicli. r - 'l'l1f1'd nm' Riullziiwl llilliar. liilggcin- Smith. hluziinr SlL'llllllL'lZ. john llaimiltvm. -lflzilc llutlrr. Sophomore Class The Sophomore class met September the fourteenth with Mrs. Pinkley as our advisor and elected the following officers: Dale Butler, President, Eleanor Steinmetz, Vice President, Marilyn Wilson, Secretary, and Wanda Carter, Treasurer. On September twenty-second, we gave an initiation party for the Freshmen. We are proud that every girl in our class is a member of the Girl Reserves and every boy belongs to the Hi-Y. We are proud, too, of how we are represented on the basket ball team with Carl Gorsuch on the Varsity, James Beach, Bob Biefnes, Dick Hillier, Eugene Smith, James Lynch, and Dale Butler on the Reserves. Beverly Carpenter is a cheer leader. During the year We sold food at the basketball games and had bake sales to re- plenish our treasury. The following people were on the Honor Roll at the end of the first Semester: Mar- ilyn Wilson, Alice Hellivvig, Dick Hillier, and James Lynch. Dale Butler Ixfljjl' Tll'!'Ilf1ll-f0N7' l I'xlvl'.Vf rim' llvv4'1'l5' H1lillilWily- ,llll't'li2l llrokaxx'. l'hzu'linv Speaks. Ill-lon XYoll'o1'rl. l':u1linl- Svliilvlvly. Hrs, Uzirlivri. Sv.fu:li1-u:.- Nou-ina ,lK'Illl l"l'yv, Ilan-I XYHIIX-, llomm If:uu'l-It. Rulli Slpflllllll. Xlilclrn-sl Nm-II. -lillllvs Yv:u.:r1'. Ilnrd mn' llarry Russ. I':ml llxnlcy. l'rr1l tlark. lzrncst l'armnr. lzugvnc bcliiirlvlcy. Rolu-rl xli'l.l'fll'kl'll. .lunn-s Nlcliuc. Freshmen Class We, a class of twenty-two, were very proud to add to our enrollment this year three new members, Hazel Wolfe, Bob McCracken and Ned Roesler. We also have two of our former classmates back wtih us, Helen Wolford and Ernest Farmer. Later in the year Larold Khol left us. As a class of the Gambier High School, under the lead- ership of Mrs. Garzieri, we elected the following officers: President, Ernest Farmer, Vice President, Paul Dailey, Secretary, Bob McCracken, Treasurer, Norma Frye. At the first of the year we were very graciously entertained by the Sophomore Class. Later in the year we had a Hallowe'en Party which took place at the home of Paul Dailey. On December 22, as it was near Christmas vacation, the class exchanged gifts. We are proud to have four of our boys, Fred Clark, Bob McCracken, Ernest Farm- er, and James Yeager, on the Reserve Basketball Team this year. At the end of the nrst semester we had the largest percent of the Honor Roll represented by the follow- ing students: Donna, Fawcett, Beverly Hathaway, Charline Speaks, Paul Dailey, Eu- gene Schnebley, and Ernest Farmer. We are all looking forward to spending our Soph- omore year together. Clzarlinc Speaks. Bob MFC7'H,PkPlI. Przyfc' Tll'f"I1f.ll-fiI'I' EIGHTH GRADE llurll. Stvlin ltlipsi-. Shirli-5 XYilson. Ruth. fI'i-rr. XY:unI:i lla-nllinvrli. Xlrglmn Slnulrlz- lmugli. ,Swrullil mit' Iicumy lilzlir. Rus' si-Il Ifnx, l':n'rull llznwlimg. Kr-nm-th Munn. t':u'rulI limi. Stanley I.:xlmim1. SEVENTH GRADE l"tVxl rim' ffuft lu Vfgfllll l4i'n't:i l'ar1cr. llzn'lv:n':l livzwli. Yvrzi Young. ja-:num Ilznliziwziy. .Ivan Houck, M:u'5.g:lr4't Smith. S'1'i'U11u' nm' I.m'4-nu ilursilcll. Ethel Sfmt, lllvnlm Ilcll- wig, .lzulc llrnissnuui. Hur iicirlu IlL'llillt1I'll, Lois Kulii. Dick Xlunnutt. 'l'11l'id nm' I lzirlfvw XYzulkvi'. Ruin-rt lirillhzirt. Virginia llruoks. Hctty ,Iam Rini-. Opal Brooks. liar! CIm'suc'h. Kenneth Rvynulmls. I'-0llVfl1 frm' Davirl t':u'tcr. Ken- neth Lynch, Dziviil Imcl. ,lznuus Kunkel, Roy Stcinnlclz. For- rn-st Clutter. Seventh and Eighth Grades Gambier Junior High numbers forty pupils-M-twenty-seven in the seventh grade, and thirteen in the eighth grade. The basketball team consists of Russell Fox, David Imel, Earl Gorsuch, Kenneth Lynch, and Forrest Clutter. with Roy Steinmetz, Harlow Walker, Richard Monnett, and David Carter substitutes. Shirley Ann Wilson, Jane Grossman, Wanda Henthorn, and Jeanne Hathaway and Berneida Henthorn were busy at noons and recesses throughout the year knitting squares for afghans to be sent to our soldiers in hospitals. Seventh grade boys boast that they were victorious over eighth grade boys in every game of football played this school year. Page Tllflwllxlj-Sl.l' lwrxt run' UNH In rnflllj--lxxllzl SIXTH GRADE lim! nm' ilu!! In Hgfllfl- llc! tx lwxv. plum- in-qiigvr. Nitin.: liyml. lxillluu Xnlniu. Nl uuvritv lfryv, Nlariv Sunil. Nwullil run Xlrs. llrnrk. Nlziry Sh-uit-nluiirgli. llulurvs Xoung, Xlxlrlllli Rx :im llvlcu Tier, lln-lnui ,Xi'illi4nns. Nlargarci llipsm-. Rl llnnl rim- tliarlus lilus, Lum' lim- llutl fhnsllrll. llulwlxy Young, lfuf grin' lmx. I 'Urlid lnzi' lli-rnvan Alnnn. lmrilun l'luilir. lfrcmlurick Spf-:il-cs, vu llixiclii-r. hlznm-s Inu-I. lili-nn lln '41 I.". FIFTH GRADE lux! ma' llrfl In Vigil!!! alar- ilvn liurlrin. -lime! l'l'ye'. liz-lm llrnkaux. lixiXoii1n' Fox. Sur lfryv, llnnnic lfisliliaugli. N infill lon' Hrs. lfwiiig, l'1rx'1l XYils1:n. Xlziriljn lfziwrrlt. Ruth llzirding. Ylljlilllil C'ar1wiiim'l'. Rose lluliun. Klairilyn Myers. lliiril 1'if:t'fl':iul Frye. Boyd Nlefalla. llnnna Nell. Ruili Ilnni. llalr XYurlry. llilly lhlcll, Sli-lviu Small. l wall: rnri' - - llaniul Sapp. XY:iyiii- Nlrlim-c. lmsici' XYnrk- nizin, .lanics llulmui, Clarence Nll-Kev. lion Rzuisf-ni, David llrillliari. 11" 1 .ar- uliarrl Ran-.oni. cr. .lam-i Xi-ll. ji-ai licouie lit-rkliull. Owe SIXTH GRADE At the beginning of this year there were twenty-nine pupils enrolled in the sixth grade, sixteen girls and thirteen boys. In the latter part of October, James Steele wthdrew to go to Philadelphia to live during the winter. We are expecting him to return in the early spring. Beverly Dudgeon withdrew the first day of our November school month, to live in Mt. Vernon, but returned to us in February. During the early part of the school year, our Mothers' Club organized with Mrs. Imel being elected president and Mrs. Louis Clutter secretary-treasurer. Together with the fourth and fifth grades we presented the Thanksgiving pro- gram for the school. Besides our other school work we have had an interesting contest in spelling all through the year which has made us more spelling conscious. FIFTH GRADE The Fifth Grade began its year's activities by combining a HalloWe'en party and a meeting of the Mothers' Club on the afternoon of October 27. A short program was first presented to the mothers and children. At the close, plans were made by the club for the year 1944-1945. On Wednesday afternoon, November 22, the fifth grade, joined by the fourth and sixth, presented a program in the auditorium for the pleasure of parents and student body. Puffs' TII'l'Ilf.ll-SL'l'CIl , FOURTH GRADE lfizxvl nm' flvfl In rffrlrfb Rilzi Sirirki-i', Hi-tty XYm'k1i1:n1. Mary vlzuiv lla-Yoiw-. Urn-1:1 'l'zilrli'lI. Nmlnzi Munn. 'loin' Ilzuwlingg. Srmznl nm' Gi-oi'1'ri-5 lxlI2llllll'I'N. Monnzi l.v:u l':irggi-mi, Sling Lou Ryan, Ilvtty Alu Vlipsc-. lloiviilly Xlufzillxi. lloimzi Ifnx. Nlonim ,lm-:in Nlyi-rs. G:u':lllvl'. THIRD GRADE l"1'r.vf mm' rli'fI In rigllilb I.w nnrzl Ilifkrrsnll. l':lIsy Rau som. Roscllzi lfryu, Lou llzxtlif ziway. l.1n1l:i lgl'IlHl2ll'l, Sliirli-y Frye. neil. Helm-n Sliziiiylrlt. .Kun H1-zivli. 'l'll1'1'il' ruin- Stanley Xli'Nulml+. hlllillllj' Hurvlx, Ilolnluy Ifuwli-r Q-lllllllil' Martin. ,Xllcu lllilrln-. lwnlrtlz rim" llustcr Rzuisoin ll-clln'i't Strlckcr. Kay Gorsilcll. Billy Fryer. Ilnrolal Tim FOURTH GRADE At the beginning of the year we were placed in a room with a part of the 'third grade. Miss Smith was our teacher. Later we were given a room to ourselves and Mrs. McKee began to teach us. We helped the Fifth and Sixth grades present the school Thanksgiving Program, but at Christmas time we had our own party and gift exchange. Our number has been slowly growing until we now number twenty-six. We hope we don't lose anyone. THIRD GRADE. Skipping gaily to school each day, Come the third-graders to work and to play: Prompt at nine our lessons begin, 95s and 100s we all try to win. We read, we add, we subtract, we write, Our tables, our rules, our combinations recite, At the stroke of four our busy day ends, And again we trip home to our parents and friends. Page Tweizly-ciglzf 7'11ir'il mn' Rulmrl Rllllwvlll. Univ Tier. Uclizi Ili-Ilwigg, Iiiium-li-an Zi-iglcr. H i l I y Young. Sizuulx-5 Nlclliiili-lil, Siclnvy XYallwr. I'-UVIWII nm' l'ziul liorsucll. Ralph liiwmks. Vaughn Smut 4-nlullrgli. Furl XYillizm1s. fliosi- vntrring zificr 1iIt'lllI'kl uns lulwn wcri- Iilgi lluiiniml. Harry Rm-slu' :mil l.:iri'y Swrmlil rnri' Miss Smith, ,login- nu .Xslihu1'n. Yirginin Home litus. Iris XXorkm:u1. i'4l'2llIt't's limllluy SL'ut1.XYZlyiiA' I':ii'gwm. SECOND GRADE l'11,i'I run' llrfl I4 Tier. Xlxiry Nvonnr X om llzirlmrsi Ry llcniliorm- Ywmflnl Vim' Nl rs. l,:iw1'ci1L'r. .lolm Rzilmnng. l.vnn:lrsl My- 4-rs. Ruynionll lliitlon, Siam' lun Nilllll. Ui llills. 'lllmii nm- liarl lloiwiucli. Shir- x llxltin llv l ltt lv-' 1. :rs Gln-lys Rina, Suv Kiitlcr. l':u'ulyn i'zirIcr. l.ilnl:i Ral- -mn, XYilnm llills. I"o1n'Ili mu' llzir-ilml l'ziry1uon. Yliininy Brady. Xlnltcr Melia-vs. lim- .Xslilmrvr XY:iym' Fox, Stanley lfryv, llilly lh-l.:iu4l- 1-r. FIRST GRADE l'111vI rim' llrff to r1'g1li1l-Sl1ii'- Ivy Rinr. lim-is llzivi-, Mary Sun' Dlziiin-son, Nlzirgzirct lllvrk- num. xloyvv R.n1sui.1. ,Nrmlnl rim' Simlnry l'zitlvl's-111. .Xnn flixilins-rs. liulliryn Sniilli, Nlzixim' t'uuningl1:un, Mary Xlzixinu Speaks. Gary lla-lumt. l'liirm1 ran' l7icltiL' l"rosl.XY:lyiu- Sapp. lizirl Xlclim-L-. til-rzilrl RQ nolnls, t'lmrl4-s Rzmsom. XY:xllm'1' Supp, lllllu-rl Dirlimir- NON. lwrfrll: ron' lin-My llutt-ln. llo- iiilzi l'x'tl'5. lin I llzinsuni, llonalll Slrirlu-r. l'li:u'lm-s lYol tin. lilimln-tli ,l:iiin-soil, .Xrnizi ,l m-:ui llrrurv. Dea our Ks. un. Nlzlry ,lane 1 rlgxlitl Alu-c l"r:im'us llalconi, 151, l':irul llurcli. uk llzulcy. Hillin- , -vis "ali 1- . ulwrt lfrnsi, Alun fc. lfrni-si Nlzir SECOND GRADE Lots of work with a little play. Is the way we spend each happy day. We learn to read and Write and spell. All of these we do quite well. We've read about the Indian bold, And the Eskimo out in the Cold. Our spirits never lag or fade For we're a happy second grade FIRST GRADE r Friends, Did you know that we have a piano in our room now? At Christmas time we took part in an operetta, "The Christmas Court." Our Sweet Shop was a great success. With the money we purchased books foi library, instruments for the band, art material and other needed supplies. We are a happy group of girls and boys and have had real fun learning the three We have a toy band, too. The Girls and Boys in thr' First Gmflrx Pngfr TTl'07lf-ll-lllllt Page Thirty nga! , wiluuur Q AQ . , TS ,f - H A i f'MP'l':f?'f4 ' L S my-sy ZA-A,ww,,. 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W , , Our Mothers' Club For a number of years there have been organized in each grade of our school Mothers' Clubs. These clubs have helped much in promoting a sympathetic understanding between the home and school. This year each grade from the first to the eighth has had such an organization. Some of these clubs, to be sure, have been more active than others, but all have been much appreciated. The following are samples of what have been done. The Mothers of the seventh and eighth grade boys and girls met early in the school year and elected Mrs. Monnett President and Mrs. Blair Sec- retary. This meeting was a social meeting for the children in these grades. The fourth grade Mothers' Club has twelve members under the leader- ship of Mrs. McCulla. They have had a couple of meetings. The fifth grade club, with eight members, has Mrs. Leonard Myers as its leader. Mrs. Imel is the leader of the sixth grade club which has a dozen or more members. The second grade Mothers' Club was organized on October sixteenth with an enrollment of twenty-six members. The officers elected were: President, Mrs. Rudolph Kutler, Vice President, Mrs. Charles Balcom, and Secretary-Treasurer, Mrs. Harold Bailey. Meetings were to be held the first Tuesday of each month at two-thirty in the Music Room. A "Sweet Shop" was held in November to help furnish some supplies needed by the second grade. The first grade Mothers' Club was organized on October 9, 1944, with an enrollment of twenty-six members. Mrs. Gordon Cunningham was elected President, Mrs. Robert Ransom was elected Seiretary-Treasurer. Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at three-thirty in the First Grade Room. One of the meetings was held in the school kitchen at which time pop-corn balls were made to sell at the "Sweet Shop." Two "Sweet Shops" were held, and all the mothers responded beautifully. Through their efforts many useful articles have been added to the First Grade Room. A combined meeting was held in October in the gymnasium. A pro- gram was given by the grade children, followed by refreshments. It was planned to have two combined meetings each year. Their efforts were very beneficial in acquainting the school district of the importance in continuing the School Levy and securing its approval. Over three hundred visited the school for "school exhibit" and "open night" May 11th. Moving pictures and refreshments were enjoyed in the auditorium. Page Thirty-two l'l1'x' r'fr.i'-llolly Xouug. Xivizui llutlmzm. Xlzu'g:irct .Xiiii Ayers, liliimr Sit-iiiim-tz. ,li-an llutrlicr. liilr-vii lluilvr. lil zulu-lli .Xyr-rs. lluvcrly llzitliziway. Cliarliiic Speaks. .l0l'Cllll l5rnk1w Yiivllif rim Miss Scars, Nlziry Yv:lg'vi'. lum- Czulcr, llriic Str-iiiim-iz, Alziuqilrzliiic Spuxiks. Xlziluli- lY5:mt. lla-tly llvvklioll, lloruiliy lliiiliiinii, llclcii XYnlx'm'ml, Clizairlcvitr- Slater. lilinnr lluuck. .Xlicc llrllwig. l'l11ril r'o:rn XYziml:i l':u'lL-r. Marilyn XYilsnn, llumizi lfzmvcll. l':mlim' Sclmc-lilt-y. Nuriukzl :lean lfryr, N'lil4lrt-il Xi-il. Ruth Signiam. llcvcrly l'ai'pc1itvi'. Mary ,lame Spf,-ziks. llr-lly llutln-r. Mary Smith. Girl Reserve The Girl Reserve organization is a Christian one and strives to make better its members. Each girl of the Girl Reserve tries to live up to the following code: As a Girl Reserve, I will be: Gracious in Manner Impartial in Judgment Ready for Service Loyal to Friends Reaching Towards the Best Earnest in Purpose Seeing the Beautiful Eager for Knowledge Reverent Toward God Victorious Over Self Ever Dependable Sincere at all Times To Find and Give the Best In a candle light service, ten Freshman girls were taken into the organization on September nineteenth. Every girl in high school belongs to the Girl Reserve. Late in the year, we had our annual HMother-Daughter" banquet and G.R.-F.F.A. and Hi-Y parties. We also participated in the Easter program with the Hi-Y. Some of the girls donated clothing to be given to those who need it. Page Thirty-three l'U'.vl run' Ri-x Iirukznv, limi BICKAQ. .Xrilillr llayimm, Dick Ralston, .lzuuvs Yczlgiw. Robert Gm'-Mali. Svculzd roivw-Mr. Motfitt, ,lsunew l.j'llL'll, liiigcm- Slllllll, jzuui-5 Hvlltll, Rulwrl liiufm-s. l':m'ivL llhlmlc, Vzirl lhwsilcll, llalc llurhin. lllfrd ron' Ilaly llutlrr. l'l1:u'lvs C'zu'tn-i'. ICv'nust I'A2ll'll1l'l', jmlior Sl"llllllL'fZ. Frwl l'lzxrk, lfi1':vm- Sclim-lain-y, Dick llilllur. Rohm-rt Mcfracken. l'UlII'1ll mu' ,lulin XYilson. Dun Frye, i'll'llL'S1 Ryan. Ronald 1':i1'pi-1114-r. llzuwllfl Cmilrlm. llzirry Blair. ,Mlm llzuniltun. Paul Laymuu. Hi-Y The Hi-Y was reorganized last fall after a lapse of one year. The new officers elected were: President, Dick Ralston, Vice President, Arthur Laymon, Treasurer, Rex Brokaw, and Secretary, Dan McKee, Advisor, Mr. Moffitt. On October tenth we were hosts to thirty Mt. Vernon Hi-Y boys. At that time Kenyon College permitted us to use the college swimming pool. After an enjoyable time there we served refreshments to the visitors in the High School building. Reverend Hass of the Gambier Methodist Church spoke to us on November four- teenth and on February twentieth, Coach Lange of Kenyon College gave a talk on athletics in its relation to army life. We are planning to send a boy to Camp Nelson Dodd this summer. Dan M1-Km: Page Tlz,i1'l'y-join' l"l'r'.vl rim' Alunim' Stuiiiiiwtz, Rnliiwt llm'siu'li. :Jan Mrlicv. Dun Fl'yi', Rex llrnkaw. Dali- ljllfllill, .Xu-01141 ran'--Mi'. Board. Dirk Ralston, Rulivri xlCf'l'1lL'kL'll. liriivst F2ll'1llL'l'. Paul llailcy. .lanirs Xli'Kvi'. l'aIrick XYalmlc. Illini run' john llaiiiilloii, lfrvil Ulzirk. lfiigviin' Scliiiulvlcy, llurry Ross. 1 F. F. A. President ..,..,....., ,,,,,,,, D on Frye Vice President ..,. ,...... D an McKee Secretary ....,,, ,,,..,. B ob Gorsuch Treasurer ,.., .... ........ D a le Durbin Reporter ....,,,,,.,,.,,,,,....7,...,..,.,........,,..,.....i..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,...,..............., .Junior Steinmetz The Future Farmers of America engaged in many activities during the year. The boys sold hybrid seed corn for Fravel. Early in the school year our group had a pest hunt. Captain Bob Gorsuch's team defeated Dale Durbin's team. Losers were hosts at a liamburg fry for the winners. The F. F. A. alsophad a basketball team. Later in the year a Parent and Son Banquet was held. John Hamilton had the Grand Champion heifer at the Knox County Fair and also won the showmanship contest. Before the Christmas vacation the F. F. A. entertained the Girl Reserve at an enjoyable evening party in the Gym. Page Thirty-fire .wg - W. .- . F' Mfr f if v 5 '4?i2fgg ' XR Nr , , fl.. ' Q "' , n i ff K 1, A L' 'H Page Thirty-six l"ll'Xl rim Mary l'lll'Ill0l'. Ill-nr Stciinin-iz. lfilizalwctli .Xyi-rs. -ll-an Iiuti-lin-i'. juni- l'm'tcr. Ilorolliy llutiiuziu. .Y .'.' .uid rum' Mr. Mutfitt, Ilan Mclicc, Eileen Butler. Mary Yczigcr. Bcity Ili-cklioli. Nlargzirct .Kun ,Ky-rs. Rex Ilrivkaw. liriu-si Ryzul. 'llziril run' lion Fryc. Dick Ralston. Roualil l'zil'pciitvi'. .Xrihur l,:iyuiou. llziriy Illziir. Senior Dramatics We, as a group of Juniors, put on a three-act play named "Tomboy" by Boyce Loving. It was a comedy based upon the life of a middle class family in which a moth- er had two daughters to get properly married and a father was more interested in a golf contest. It all concluded in a happy ending. This year the senior class gave the play, "You're Young Only Twice," a comedy in three acts by Joseph Spalding. A brief summary of the play is told in these few words: Agatha Dunning, a middle-aged teacher, goes back to college and regains her youth. Living in a sorority house on the University campus. she finds herself surround- ed by young people and their doings, and when they plot to make her look silly by sick- ing one of the campus sheiks upon her, she goes the whole way and beats them at their own game. It is felt by the Senior Class that "You're Young Only Twice" will surely be re- membered as their most distinguished offering. Miss Sears directed the production. Prlgfr TIIll'llll-Nl'lAt'll I-zrxl rim' l'l1zn-lniir Slzitur. Hlinm' Ilouvk. Mary jam- Speaks. Mahi-l XYy:ml. Alzwiliicliiic Spa-ziks. Hi-115 llutlcr. .Srrnrlil Vuri'-'Miss Scars, Allahu XYilsun. L'l1:u'l1's L1Jll'fL'l'. Rulwrt Hm'si1i'll. Yivizul Hlllllllilll. Holly Young. l':iuI l.:1ymmi. Ilzirulfl i'rm1cl1. unior Class Drarnatics The Junior class launched their dramatic efforts on Friday evening, March 16th, by producing the three-act comedy, "Bringin' Home the Bacon," by Bruce Brandon. The play is about a not too prosperous father engaged in publishing the local paper and his four daughters. While Myron Meadows looks after his gradually dying newspaper, dodges bill collectors, and gives out advice, his four daughters quarrel among them- selves over the eligible young men of the town. Steve Stoneham, son of Myron's old friend, arrives and saves the day for all. The daughters get their troubles ironed out and all ends happily. The players acquitted themselves well and with more experience before the foot- lights, hope to do better. Miss Sears directed our work. Payer TlIiI'f-Il'C'iA!llII K l"1l'.vl run' fNl:u'g:li'L-I ,Xml Ayvrs, lflinui' SIL'llllllL'lZ. Lllilll UlllL'llk'l'. l'ZllL'L'lI HlllIl'l'. lflizzllwlll .Xyi'1'S, lh-vm-1'ly llntliaway. .fiwnizli run' Hrs. tin-ck. Mary Ycngn-1'. lh-x'1-fly l12ll'lPk'lili'l'. juni- L':n'tr-r, Ili-nc Sli-iuunlz. Nlilllrwl Xa-ll. Ruth Sigumu, llouuzl. Fnwcn-lt, joiwltn Brokaw. Girls' Clee Club A group of fifteen girls, Wishing entertainment, met in the music room each Wed- nesday, with Mrs. Greek as our advisor. During the year each member participated in a music appreciation period in which each one presented a musical number. The Glee Club sang for the Easter program presented by the Girl Reserves and Hi-Y. The club also gave several selections at Alumni Banquet. The girls feel that they have enjoyed a profitable year in music study and appre- ciation. lllljff' Tllirly-nine l lfirzvt nm' Rex Brokaw, Dan Mt-Kee, Arthur Laymon, Dick Ralston, ,laxncs Yeager. l'aul llailcy. 5'z'l'mrz1 nm' llalc llutlcr. hlznnvs Lynch. liugcnc Smith, James lit-acli, Rulurrt Ilia-fncs, Patrick NValilc. l'1llll l.:lynion. Carl Gorsuch. Hrird ron----Cliarlus Carter, john NVilson, junior Steinmetz, Fred Clark, Eugene Schuelsley, Dick Hillier. lfonrlli r-fm'-fllzllv Ilurlmin. Don lfryc. liriicsl Ryan, Rmmlcl Ll1ll'lN'IllL'l'. llarulll l'rouL-li. Ilarry Blair. john llznnillnn, Rolwrt Gorsnull. Fire Patrol We are very glad to report that the Fire Department has not had to go into action in earnest this year. Fire Drills have been held at intervals throughout the year. The building was evacuated in record time in all drills. At no time were more than 50 sec- onds required to get all pupils out. The State Fire Marshal calls once a year and checks all conditions in the building. The following are the positions of the boys on the fire patrol: Fire Chief - Dick Ralston First Floor Captain - Harold Crouch Fire Extinguisher No. 1-ACharles Car- ter, Ronald Carpenter. Fire Extinguisher No. 2-Harry Blair, James Beach. Seanad Floor Captain - Paul Laymon Fire Extinguisher No. lfDale Butler Paul Dailey. Fire Extinguisher No. 2-Wayne Bone Art Laymon. Fire Extinguisher No. 3 'Robert John- son, Junior Steinmetz. Fre Extinguisher No. 4fJames Lynch Jim Yeager. Page Forty v 1 Third Floor Captain - Dan McKee Fire Extinguisher No. 1!Eugene Smith, Carl Gorsuch. Fire Extinguisher No. 2--Fred Clark, Pat Wable. Fire Extinguisher No. 3sErnest Ry- an, Dick Hillier. Front DoorvURex Brokaw, Eugene Schnebly. East Door--John Wilson, Bob Biefnes. West Do0rfDon Frye, John Hamilton. Firxi mn- tiff! fn right! Carl Gursllvll. Arthur Lziynimi. Uink Ralston, john XYilsm1. Rvx lin-ohm Xvrmui rim' -David lmcl, lnaimgcr. Holi tiorsucll. Ilzirolsi Vrrvilrli. Ronnlvl l':11u-xitm-i'. Harulel Uni Varsity Basketball Dailey. VARSITY TEAM Harold Crouch .,.,................,.......,..... Center Harold Dailey ,.,..., ,...... F orward Ronald Carpenter ..... V,..... F orward Rex Brokaw ,,,....,... ....,. G uard Art Laymon ..... ....., G uard Carl Gorsuch ,,.,.. ,,,.,,. F orward John Wilson ..,.... Forward Bob Gorsuch ....... ..,, C enter Dick Ralston ...... ...... G Hard Harry Dailey ....., ....l. G uard Harry Laymon ,,,,, ,,.. C oach RESERVES Bob Gorsuch Dick Hillier James Beach Bob Biefnes Carl Gorsuch Eugene Smith Dale Butler Fred Clark James Lynch Bob McCracken James Yeager Don Frye twho glilllllil this ycary ujcl 1 CHEER LEADERS l'1r'.vI I'n':v ,lllllw l':u'tc1'. Ill-nu Stvinlm-iz, Xl:xl'p::u'vl .Xml Aycw. -lczm Hutch: .Srrmlfl run' Mary jam' Sw-zxks. limvrly i'1lrp4-utn-1'. ATHLETIC ADVISORY COMMITTEE I-llxvl mm' .Xr1hur I.!lXl!I1III. Ilivk Rznlslun. Inu: Hlvlchn-1'. llzmll-11 l'wL1rl1. .Sluvzul 1'u:vkE1'm-st 1'12lI'1lll'l', jzum-5 Bcacln lmn lfryv, Page If'm'Iy-M4'0 S INDIVIDUAL SCORING Harold Crouch .......A... ........,,......,....... 2 52 Harold Dailey ............. ..... 2 35 Ronald Carpenter ..... ..... 1 36 Rex Brokaw ............ ,.... 7 T Art Laymon ......... ..... 7 3 Carl Gorsuch .... ..... 4 7 John Wilson ,.,.,, ...,. 4 7 Bob Gorsuch .... ..... 2 O Dick Ralston ...... ,. 19 Harry Dailey ....... ,.,.. 1 7 Total ......,....,..,,...........................,.... 923 Opponents 799 A gold trophy is being presented to Harold Dailey, who was our best foul shooter. TOURNAMENT Gambier met Danville the first night and won in the last four seconds of play 41-40. Rex Brokaw shot the winning foul. Danville lost four regulars last quarter on personal fouls. Gambier met Centerburg the second night and by turning on the heat in the last quarter on 34-27. Gambier met Fredericktown the last night for the championship and won 41-37. Harold Dailey tallied 16 markers. Gambier was awarded trophies for the league and tournament. We also won the ball upon which names of members of the team and coach were put. Tiny gold basketballs with "45" Champs engraved on them were given to each member of the team. DISTRICT TOURNAMENT The Pirates were hurried and overwhelmed by New Albany's outfit by a 45-22 count. Page Forty-three Basketball News Opened season Nov. 24. Gambier at Mt. Vernon St. Vincent. Gambier Won 48-26. Crouch scored 22 points. Reserv-es also won 31-15. Chesterville at Gambier Dec. 2. Gambier won 34-22. Carl Gorsuch scored 12. Crouch added 11. Reserves won 38-14. Warsaw at Gambier Dec. 5. They were too much for the Pirates. Gambier came out on the short end of a 34-26 count. Reserves won 35-13. Gambier at Amity Dec. 8. Pirates had no trouble with Polar Bears, beating them 56-30. Crouch and Dailey each tallied 15. Reserves won 35-11. Gambier at Sunbury Dec. 19. Sunbury won in a thriller 26-24. Crouch tallied 10 points. Reserves won again 22-18. Bladensburg at Gambier Dec. 21. Pirates were too much for Gay Blades. Ten of Gambier's players broke into the scoring column. We won 67-21. Gambier's Varsity trimmed Mt. Vernon's Reserves in a second game 32-23. Gambier at Warsaw Jan. 13. Back for revenge but they were too hot on one-handed shots. They won 44-35. Reserves were over confident and lost 19-15. Amity at Gambier Jan. 16. Pirates were too strong again for Amity and defeated them 57-27. Dailey tallied 20 while Brokaw was hot and made 18. Reserves made it another game, again defeating Amity, 35-17. Gambier at Utica Jan. 19. Redskins were too much for the Pirates who were on the short end of a 47-39 score. Reserves kept up their end of winnings and won 40-27. Gambier at Danville Jan. 20. Pirates were too much for the Blue Devils, trouncing them 46-28. Crouch tallied 19. Reserves fell apart and lost 21-25. Danville at Gambier Jan. 23. Blue Devils were back for revenge but Pirates were still on beam and won 54-35. Reserves still couldn't find the basket and lost 21-18. Howard at Gambier Jan. 26. Bulldogs couldn't catch those Pirates who won 52-27. Crouch tallied 16. The Reserves got back on the beam by trouncing Howard Reserves 53-14. Bob Biefnes scored 18 markers for Re- serves. Centerburg at Gambier Jan. 27. The Pirates outblasted the Trojans in the last quarter and beat them 43-37. Dailey scored 17. The Reserves won 24-17. Gambier at Fredericktown Jan. 30. The Pirates could not find the hoop. Fredericktown stopped the Pirates cold, winning 50-42. Reserves again kept up their end and won 38-20. - Gambier at Howard Feb. 6. Pirates again ran Wild and walloped Bull- dogs 51-35. Reserves won again 22-16. Fredericktown at Gambier Feb. 9. What a ball game! The champion- ship was at stake. The biggest crowd in history and over 700 people saw a ball game never to be forgotten. Pirates were out for revenge and out- lasted Freddies 30-25. Reserves won 22-16. Gambier at Centerburg Feb. 13. Pirates again handed Centerburg a defeat 47-20 which gave Gambier undisputed league championship. Re- serves also won 49-32. St, Vincent at Gambier Feb. 15. Gambier had no trouble trimming the Blue Streaks 55-12. Reserves also Won 40-17. Our last home game. Page Forty-four , , . . , lrwf fur- llxulmx Niallx-1. lx--I--ri llrvlllvari. lxarl twwem-ll. Ixmvm-lli l.5nrlv, .Nuwiril nm' llalillel K'v-iurll. Nuwrll lfux. llzixi-I lnlvl. l"ui'wl tilultnr. Rvtliquvl Xlmmlli. unior High Team Basketball Hantlieapped by their Size and lack of experience, the "Junior Pirates" clitin't fare too well but managed to make a battle out of every game. Practically all the boys are seventh graders with one from the sixth and one from the eighth. The boys advanced to the semi-nnals in the county tournament but C0uldIL't quite match the height of otln-1 sclionls, They followed in the footsteps of the older Pirates by showing' plenty of ag'- gggressiveness and the older Gambier fight, but e0uldn't quite pull through when the "pressure" was on. However there are several promising young players ruining' on to form the nuvleus ul' the Pirate attack in the next four or tive years. Ilurrzlrl Cl'UllI'1l. I,lIj1Ii I"fn'l.l1-jim' September 5-School begins. 12-Classes met. Officers elected. 19-Girl Reserves and Hi-Y organizations met. Green- hands taken into F.F.A. October 10-Hi-Y boys had their first party, A swim. 13-Friday the thirteenth and tests. No wonder we all flunked. November 2-Senior and Group pictures taken. 6-Senior proofs arrive. All you can hear through the halls is "Aren't they aw- ful?" 20-F.F.A. invited the G.R. to a party. 22-Fourth, fifth, and sixth grades presented a chapel program. Thanksgiving vacation begins. 24--First basketball game. Gambier met St. Vincent. Easy victory. 27-Back to school. Most of the kids were here. December 2-Gambier vs. Chesterville. Another victory for Gam- bier. 5-Gambier vs. Warsaw. Tough luck, boys. 8-First league game. Vic- tory over Amity. 12-18-Extra vacation. Too much snow. 21-Bladensburg at Gambier. Victory. 22-First, second, and third grades presented a Christ- mas program. Christmas vacation begins. Looks as though we'll have a "white Christmas." January 7-How did you like the ex- tra vacation? 13-Warsaw at Gambier. Page Forty-six The School Calendar 16--Gambier tramples Amity. 19-Gambier tripped at Utica. 20-Victory over Danville. 23-Another victory over Danville. 26-Favorites triumph over Howard. 27-Centerburg gave us quite a scare but we won. 30-Fredericktown h a n d s Gambier its first league setback. February 6-New clocks appeared. Gambier at Howard. Vic- tory. 9-Gambier vs. Frederick- town. Largest crowd in Gambier High's Baskeit- ball history. 13-Another victory for Gam- bier over Centerburg. 15-Last game on home floor. 21 St. Vincent. Our victory. First game in tournament. Gambier vs. Danville. Won by one point. 23-Gambier vs. Centerburg. Another victory. 24-Gambier vs, Frederick- March town. Gambier first in Knox County. Won two Trophies. 1-Senior parts assigned and play books distributed. 16-Junior Class Play. 29-Girl Reserve and Hi-Y April presented Easter pro- gram. Easter vacation be- gins. 2-School begins again. On the home stretch I 13-G.R., FY.F.A., and Hi-Y party. 27-Senior Class Play. May 4-Junior and Senior Prom. 20-Baccalaureate Services. 24 -Commencement - T h e Great Beginning. 25-Senior Picnic. ,',1.4 .-. 1 5.1 !-...Q . l . Assembly Programs Because of heating problems and the necessity for economizing on fuel we have not had this year as many programs in our auditorium as usual. Aside from the plays given by the Junior and Senior Classes there have been presented from our stage three outstanding literary and musical pro- grams. On Wednesday afternoon, November twenty-second, at 2 o'clock the fourth, fifth and sixth grades under the dire-ction of their respective teach- ers, Miss Smith, Mrs. Ewing, and Mrs. Greek, presented for the enjoyment of the school pupils and many visitors the following program: Songs-Come Ye Thankful People, Come. Thanksgiving Hymn- Sixth Grade. Exercise-Bil1y's Thanksgiving-Fourth Grade. Recitation-I'm Thankful I Passed My Grade-Marilyn Fawcett. Poem-Thanksgving Fun-Fourth Grade. Recitation-Her Favorite History Story-Janet Frye. Recitation-The Landing of the Pilgrims-Betty Frye. Play-A Thanksgiving Spread-Fifth Grade. Recitation-Oh Pilgrim Pioneers-Billy Buell. Play-Thanksgiving, Now and Then-Sixth Grade. Trumpet Solo between scenes by Charles Titus. Song-The Harvest-Fifth Grade. Play-Giving Thanks-Fourth Grade. On the Friday afternoon before Christmas "Sa.nta's Christmas Court," an operetta, was presented by Grades one, two and three under the carful direction of their teachers, Miss Frick, Mrs. Lawrence and Miss Smith. Following is the cast of characters: Santa-Buster Ransom. Angel-Linda Ralston. Marian-Patty Ransom. Carolyn-Virginia Monnett. Old Man Gloom-Delbert Stricker. Elves-John Rahming, Jimmy Brady, Dick Bailey, Leonard Myers, Lee Ashburn, Harold Pargeon. Woodchoppers-Allen Wable, Ray Gorsuch, Billy Fryer, Paul Perry, Willie Perry, Junior Martin. Choruses sung by Farris, carolers, Bells, Tin Soldiers, Train, Dolls. Page Forty-seven Dialogue-"Christmas Eve"-by pupils in First Grade. On Thursday afternoon, March twenty-ninth, the Girl Reserve and Hi-Y, in celebration of Easter, gave the following program: Two musical selections-Girls' Glee Club. Worship Service-Leader, Jean Butcher. A story of World War II--Dale Butfler. Duet-Mary and James Yeager. Girl Reserve Code-Number of Girl Reserves. Musical selection-Girls' Glee Club. Reading-Beverly Hathaway. Piano Solo--Elizabeth Ayers. What the Hi-Y Stands For-James Lynch. Duet-Harry and Harold Dailey. Radio Broadcast-Hi-Y. Music-Boys' Glee Club. Later in the year there was a program for school night. Page Forty-eight .n ,ix 4. rv. r,-6 , Q "fb N1 1 x , 42.-ii, rr ,.,.'C- V 'S , 7' , x , .lp Nl 5, 1. . ', x, f, A T 35 HQ , iv . 0 , fix ga gm .'4. 3, "I .' x ,X X., . U XA ., ,r , - f 5. ,,. ,. fa rf L .- 3 ,V I 'G -lf' fj,Qf,,,'f ,A W. , . ,v',vg,. 1 af mcg 1 ' H+, , g ,x , , . 6.1 up , A. ,,-..f.ff1 U fa 5 , f , S' Q M . Q N ' I H1 A . A 4.- 1 ,- ' v y rf' 1, NKKRHB Ummi ' 1 . w v 4 . GOALS Page Forty-nine 4' . sf.. z.. mm- . r "'f"f , . '2x:,,?EL:l,1 f ' ' fi 1"!.ggm::ig: 5 ,Mg .1 5 f :fee few, 44, lx, - W A 1 Y I1 --f .f--- -.4 , A . '- v I M1r,1,3Ekif.!'?.f,'!.2,nE..'9 'ALBA J..-'..,.2.1.r,Q..'f gel ".,".?,' .L,f,"1. ,- . . ,.-,U Prize Winning Essays THE NORTHWEST TERRITORY At the close of the Revolutionary War in 1783, the large body of pen- niless soldiers, who were still in camp at Newburgh, were,about to return to their ruined homes. Many of their relatives and friendsihad been killed. This was a problem not only to the soldiers, but also to the United States Government, which did not own an acre-of land. There was no money in the treasury and Congress had no power to raise money by taxation. According to the Treaty of Paris of 1763, the land between the Alle- gheny Mountains and the Mississippi River had been granted to Great Britain. Because of the Revolutionary War this land came into the posses- sion of the United States Government. Seven of the thirteen original states claimed sections of these unsettled regions. They based their claims on their original charters which granted to them "rule of the land from sea to sea." Before Maryland would sign the Articles of Confederation she asked that this land be turned over to Congress. One by one the states gave up their claims. A group of soldiers, backed by General Rufus Putnam, who was born at Sutton, Massachusetts, in 1738, sent a petition to Congress asking that the land west of the Allegheny Mountains, north of the Ohio River, east of the Mississippi River, and extending to the northern border of the United States, be turned over to them. This land, known as the Northwest Terri- tory, Was assigned to the soldiers. In 1785 the Indians by treaty gave up their claims to a large part of the land in the territory, now known as Ohio. The "Ohio Company of Associates" was organized in the home of Rufus Putnam in the village of Rutland, Massachusetts, known as "the cradle of Ohio." Rufus Putnam called a convention on March 1, 1786, at the "Bunch of Grapes" Tavern in Boston for the purpose of raising money to purchase the land. The Ohio Company of Associates was composed largely of army offi- cers. They hoped to establish homes, to insure law and order, to organize schools, and to maintain religion. Reverend Manasseh Cutler had a great influence in establishing the company. . An ordinance to provide for the government of the territory was passed by Congress in New York City on July 13, 1787. This ordinance became known as the Ordinance of 1787 . It provided for the division of the territory into not less than three states or more than five and that when any of the divisions of the territory had 60,000 free inhabitants it should be admitted to the Union "on equal footing with the other states." The ordinance prohibited slavery and made provision for the establishment of schools and churches. Page Fifty On December 1, 1787, twenty-two men under the leadership of Major Haffield White started from Danvers, Massachusetts, for the long trip over the mountains. A month later another party under the direction of Colonel Ebenezer Sproat followed the first company. The two companies met at Sumrill's Ferry, thirty miles above Pittsburgh, and formed one party. Rufus Putman became leader of the forty-eight pioneers. They started down the Ohio River in three canoes and two boats, "The Mayfiower" and "The Adelphia." On the seventh of April in 1788, they reached Marietta. Friendly Indians of the Wyandot and Delaware tribes welcomed the pio- neers as they stepped ashore and the settlers began to unload their stores and baggage. Marietta was the name given to their new settlement, in honor of the ill-fated French queen, Marie Antoinette. This oldest town in Ohio was situated on a level plain which had once been the site of a fortification built by the Mound Builders. The settlers built blockhouses of hewn logs and surrounded this fortified square with a stockade. For several months General Putman lived in a large tent called a marquee, which had been taken from the British when Burgoyne surrendered at Saratoga. The set- tlers at once began the work of clearing the land. They planted hundreds of acres of corn. The soil was fertile, and the game so abundant that the pioneers celebrated July 4, 1788. with a barbecue at which venison, bear meat, buffalo, and wild turkey were served. General Arthur St. Clair, a, brave and faithful officer of the Revolu- tion, had been appointed governor of the Northwest Territory. It was a great day for the settlers when the boat bearing the governor and two judges arrived at Marietta, which was to be the first capital of the terri- tory. The first task of the governor and the judges was to make and pub- lish the laws, which provided for a militia to defend the territory, created a system of courts, and named the offenses which were to be punished as crimes. Rufus Putnam died at Marietta on May 28, 1824, at the age of 86. He was buried in what is now known as Mound Cemetery in Marietta. A census of the Northwest Territory in 1798 gave a population of five thousand white male inhabitants of full age., The territory, therefore, was entitled to elect members of a legislature. Twenty-two representatives were chosen to form the lower house which met at Cincinnati in 1790. The Northwest Territory was divided into five great states, Ohio, In- diana, Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. In 1802, Ohio was the first state to enter the Union from this territory and Wisconsin was the last in 1848. Knox County was a part of the Northwest Territory. During the cele- bration of the 150th anniversary of the settlement of this territory, the caravan passed through Mt. Vernon and Knox County. Wooden nickels were sold as souvenirs and they were circulated that day in Mt. Vernon Page Fifty-mu' and used by purchasers for many items. Quite a number were not used and many people now have these as souvenirs of the celebration. Eileen Butler Note: The preceding essay Won for Eileen first place in the annual es- say contest conducted by the D. A. R. of Mt. Vernon. A BOYS DAY When I get out of school I go to the store, and ask what my mom wants for supper. If she doesn't Want anything, I go home and change my clothes. Then I go on the backporch, get a few guns and an ax, then set out for the Woods to build some more forts. Around five o'clock I go to sup- per. After we're thrugh eating I get my lessons lif anyl, then I go to bed at nine o'clock. I sleep until seven o'clock. Then I get up and get washed, dressed, and the-n read funny books until I want to go to school, and learn most of the things that I'm supposed to learn. Then I go home and start all over. David Brillhart. Note: This essay comes from the fifth grade. Page Fifty-two if ff Gambier High School Honor Leland Purdy, 1920, Navy Earl Stearns, 1925, Coast Guard George Dudgeon, 1928, Army Garent Doup, 1928, Army Ray Titus, 1928, Army Harry Armstrong, 1928, Navy Everett Lauderbaugh, 1928, Army Kermit Frye, 1929, Army Frank Armstrong, 1930, Navy Donald Fawcett, 1930, Army Carroll Bateman, 1930, Army James Woolison, 1931, Army Ernest McMahon, 1932, Army, Prisoner of Germany Robert Steinmetz, 1932, Army William Hunter, 1933, Marines Harold Burch, 1933, Army Albert Holtz, 1933, Army Jack Titus, 1933, Army Everett Harris 1933, Army Kent Doolittle, 1934, Army James Frye, 1934, Army Don Morrison, 1935, Army Paul Ayers, 1935, Navy Gordon McMahon, 1935, Army Floyd Steinmetz 1935, Army Harvey Matthews, 1935, Army Jean Fleming, 1936, Navy Paul Carr, 1936, Army Haskel Lloyd, 1936, Army James Clark, 1936, Army, Killed in Action Dale Horn, 1936, Army Fred Eberle, Jr., 1937, Army Fred Tier, 1937, Army Richard Steinmetz, 1937, Army Harold Squires, 1937, Army Clement King, 1938, Army, Richard Briscoe, 1938, Arlhy Lake Van Winkle, 1938, Army Harold Jewell, 1938, Navy Kathryn Briscoe Duncan, 1938, Navy George Seitz, 1939, Marines Charles Clark, 1939, Navy Donald Perry, 1939, Army Ralph King, 1939, Army Charles Benedict, 1939, Navy Donald Harris, 1939, Army Roll William Horn, 1939, Army Warren Jewell, 1939, Army Ray Burch, 1939, Army Arthur Beckholt, 1939, Army Lyman Bebout, 1940, Army Laverne Jammaron, 1940, Navy Wendell Vernon, 1940, Army Edwin Parker, 1940 Army Wendell Wolfe, 1940, Army Francis Davidson, 1940, Army John Leonard, 1940, Navy Blaine McVay, 1940, Army Valdo Fawcett, 1940, Navy Harold Woolison, 1940, Navy Marcia Doolittle, 1940, Army Edna Titus, 1940, Navy Coyte Carpenter, 1941, Army Dan Green, 1941, Army Charles South, 1941, Army Richard Hynes, 1941, Army Robert Ross, 1941, Army Paul Crouch, 1941, Army George Ayers, 1941, Navy Harold Graham, 1941, Air Corps Phillip Dial, 1941, Air Corps Ralph Squires, 1941, Army Wesley Scott, 1942, Army Ray Woolison, 1942, Army Charles Bone, 1942, Army William Titus, 1942, Army Thomas Wilson, 1942, Army Donald Laymon, 1942, Army Kenneth Frye, 1942, Army Harold Clutter, 1942, Army Dale Rector, 1942, Army William Dennison, 1942, Army Clifton Eley, 1942, Army Gail DeWitt, 1942, Army Sidney Parker, 1943, Coast Guard Paul McMahon, 1943, Navy Charles Imel, 1943, Navy Robert Briscoe, 1943, Army David Ross, 1943, Army Fred Umbaugh, 1944, Navy Donald Shaffer 1944, Army Kenneth White, 1945, Army Lorren Williams, 1946, Army John Wilson, 1946, Army Page Fifty thrcc HONOR ROLL - Continued Charles Parker, 1944, Army Arthur Laymon, Navy Dale Burch, 1945, Army Harry Blair, Navy Dick Ralston, Navy Don Frye, Navy Ronald Carpenter, Navy, Discharged Royal Vernon, 1930, Army Howard Laymon, 1933, Navy Frederick Parker, 1936, Army Jack Carter, 1942, Army Raymond Williams, 1943, Army George Vernon, 1946, Army CLIPPINGS Jeanne Fawcett, who won the Civil Service Typing Contest in April, 1944, was offered a Civil Service position at Washington, D. C., but attended Office Training School at Columbus instead. After completing her course there she accepted a position as a clerk-typist at Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio. Russell Williams attended Kenyon College, but is now at Cleveland Art School, Cleveland, Ohio. Rose Laymon married Glenn Wolfe and is living on a, farm. Luella Green is in Cadet Nurse, training at Columbus, Ohio. Donald Shaffer was inducted into the Army and is now stationed at Fort Gruber, Oklahoma. John Ross s farming and working at Shellmar. Betty Frye is employed in Gambier. Joanne Biefnes went to a technician school at Columbus and is now head technician in Jane Case Hospital at Delaware, Ohio. X U " Q' ,J Prine Fifty-fom' Fug . Qs. QL, .W ' if -3.,i.:y1 -,A W , -T-y. . .5Jg, WEN. ,.,i,,4:, , B,,,,1-NJVQ hh, ,,-'yin N..A .,Y,!.-,T -, T K -Yg-,pr , ML, 'ff -,,':- gn, , - -e,55,bv?-Jm ulq y, ' ,, , V , V V-s1,5h,k 1.39. 43. 1 P. , 1, , , A I. I , 1 , 1, . , 21,53 1, if a 1 1 ' ' , -V,-,errgwk A ' ' , I ' I ' lfs4,,gi1jw 3' IN MEMORIAM ,J 1 William M. Carlisle ....... ........ Katie Brown ........................... .... , Laura Jacobs Lauerbaugh ....... ........ Ella Stow ........................ Fannie .Warman ........ Cliiord Lybarger ...... Martin Harding ........ J. Boyd Smith ........ Tamsy Britton ...... Ethel Wright ....... Grace 'Smith .................. Hattie Jacobs Wright .. Wres Dudgeon ............... Jennie South Titus ........ Winona Farquhar Pratt Grace Green McMahon ...... ....... Bessie Farquhar Shaw Paul Frye ........................ Alice Blue ........... Gladys Mercer ....... Blanche Pipes : .... Paul Warman ................... ...... . Goldie Matthews Steffel Ruth Ulery Johnson ......... ....... Lena Horn ......................... ....... Ruth McKee Underhill ....... ....... Thelma Denny Fawcett Maxine J enklns ............... ....... Gladys Horn . ..'..... . V James Clark ...... Paul Young ...... 118891 118901 118971 118971 118981 118991 119001 119011 119021 119021 119021 119031 119051 119061 119071 119071 119081 119111 119131 119131 119161 119171 119251 119261 119261 119281 119281 119291 119301 119361 119211 Faye Fifty-five ' , a Em ,Qi fy . -elim-a..Q-'ia ,wa Gambier High School Alumni 1889 William M. Carlisle .......,........................ fdeceasedl Bertha Fobes Webster .................. Mt. Vernon, O. Clara Fobes. Irvin ............ ........, F redericktown, O. Carrie Fish Parker ....... . ............ Cleveland, O. Lillie Prince Talford ............ ................. 1890 Katie Brown ........................,................. fdeceasedl Blanche Young Barber ..........,......... Mt. Vernon, O. 1892 Oscar S, Adams ...........,............ Washington, D. C. Mary Cunningham ....,.............,....... Mt. Vernon, O. 1895 john Cunningham ................. ........ G ambier, O. Daisy Walker Lybarger ..,..... ........ G ambier, O. 1897 Mae Burris Crumley ............ Laura Jacobs Lauclerbaugh Burl Lauderbaugh ........... Paul M. Lybarger ...,.,... Harry A. Parker .............. William S. Rowley ......... Fannie Warman ................ 1899 Mt. Vernon, O. ..,..,..............Qdeceasedj er se V ' cn Eg 55 2- :ri 0-D 2. S5 eg '1-15 OI ' a me Fa 2: l": 1-'E iii- EE E200 1: :,so :: 1:00 EE ass gs ::: ...Q 'ww iT: Q35 ea QA?-.. -gg- aii EQ 3-'PP' .PQ 9957 Q95 ........Gambier, O. ........Gambier, O. ........Gambier, O. Q deceasedj Kitto S. Carlisle .................... Oklahoma City, Okla. Isabel Cunningham Anderson ........ Mt. Vernon, O. Eva Jacobs Lybarger ........... l'!1 'U l'I1l'I1"L1 l"' 'HWGCU 3 5399153 'D 32:5 F-1 v-1.,9'i-+95 5 Q.,-QQH .':.-2.11 Elf- 5- :rom D' 2 aw! l"-'32 if g c' Z g FU 'D 3 I:1'?o'-so - get-4 9.55" 552 U5 rffg rn 75: ... ,., -.'-'U' 9- -Wm .... f-'Gm' 4 --'-.oi fo .-, fr-ez.: as :I v-19 .-. - I :w :mg-55 : D c r 0,21 fl' K: D I4-xi . .3-4: 2- : :g : E 101:55 5 5 :E : EPB 51: 5 zmzz 5.. 5525 ' EH 5215 1 :if :No :E:: :xg :E :O :m:: E"' E EO 5555 5 555555 2 E55 : 0 :": -' : E C3 m :E' 5 A494921 E 463,-sg C 5943233 0- 22252 1 552325 S seam FD . v-1 S aP?s?r F Peas YD fb 9 59999999 9959 ........Gambier, Mayme Hart Van Horn ..........,,........ Lakewood, O Sarah Houck Benedict ....... Fannie Poole johnson ...,.... j. Boyd Smith .................. Iva Vernon Turner .......... Page Fifty-six Vernon, O .,,,,..,.Columbus, O. ..............CdeceasedJ Vernon, O. I" F9505 2835'- Oa'w"'S :i -em ggIEUJ'::iR5 022.55 "'Q.Z9Q-TJ D...Q,-'ru IB: C! 5 Qw 5:75 D3 '::: D... .:...,--H ESWQEP' 525555 35:55 o 11515 N bi 5 5: ?i-555 iltv Cru'-swf Y-E22-B-. DOAU'-5 Ccmv--C PP-83? fo. 999599 Emma McCalla Lysinger .................... Columbus, . Louise Metcalf Arck ........................ Mt. Vernon . 1907 Wintmna Farquhar Pratt ...,..,... Grace Green McMahon ....... 9-4 E55E 9552 5553? SQSEQEQE 3255? '- "" -- -oi: '-3 :1"':r H "'-'11 D E523 2320 amiga leaaalsc 20-we .-. RUG rr ,ln Qnig 2.0,-,Ib mg 3,5 wiv! Zeee 3QE'n eger3em? 52322 S:.,, D.: QT,-emo Bwwnmgng :'.m.:.fv:r' ,EL 3 Cydvag N-U5 - o.-OO ...O n-:s-WU2 2-29 5530 0,3 0225. DF5g3'E:Z,? .Him 2m -rrp -RFQ.: '-1... Q. .-..., 5 45 mn: 'cm 'U :qi '--- V' fo --U'--i . --. 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Bessie Farquhar Shaw ...............,......,.,.., fdeceasedj Grace Metcalf Bell .,.,..............,.....,, Ethel Singer Dry .........,. Vincent Metcalf ......... Paul West ...................... Helen Wright Thayer ....... Mt. Vernon, O. Little River, Fla. .........Youngstown, O. O. tF"'i5Fi" EW, 1 rw -wt -"' A z-' .as-rfsq-rf-pq 5 .-Q-'I ff :fruhii ji? g mr I .':, ' ,ti ."1' " 5 I ,Y-1.9 - ,ff -rjffqfiq awww-mn-n--7 1909 Paul Warman ..... ........... ........ Q d eceasedl Herbert E. Ayers .................................. Gambier, O, Clifford Chance .............................. Clarmont, Calif. 1918 Winnifred Hardin Dial ......... ........,... G ambier, O. . . Zadie Wolf Barnes ............ ......... C leveland, O. Malcolm Adams ''"""'""""""""""""' Sewlcklgy' Pa' Cecelia Woolison Gambier O Helen Henwood Engle .......... ......... G ambier, O. ' ' Cecil McMahon Vernon........ .............Gambier, O. Agnes Parker McNamire ................ Mt. Vernon, O. 1910 Tillie Vernon Stull .............. ......... H oward, O. Edna Bennett Clrak ........................ Mt. Vernon, O. Edith Hardin ............ ' ........... ....... L a kewood, O. 1919 Grace Parker Macklin """""' """"' C olumbus' O' Zoa Parker Glick .................. Canal Winchester, O. 1911 gaymondi gurdy ............................. i2Carborglale, A aymon tone ......,....................... ansas rty, o. gdal Bgckel Stokes .......................... Mt.GVerln0n, Lulu Wharton Banbury .....,..........,. Mt. Vernon, O. ter rown .............. .......... ........... a m rer, . 1920 Daisy Frye .............. .......... C 0lumbuS, O. john Bateman .,,.......................,......... Johnstown, O. Pal-li Frye ...-..----..-v-.- ---.------- Q deceased? Mary Bebout Colgin ........,..... ........ M assillon, O. Sarah Sapp Kring ................... ........ G ambier, O. Leland Purdy ,..,,,,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,, N avy Lela Stone Parker ................. ......... G ambier, O. 1912 . David Bly Mavis .............................. Mt. Vernon, O. 1921 Lena Metcalf -----.--..-,------------ ---------------- D onald Dudgeon ...................... ......... G ambier, O. Edith Miller Bebout ....... .. ............... Mt. Vernon, O. Guy Dudgeon ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, M t. Vernon, O, Consuella Parker Lynch ......... ........... G RIT1l'Jl6l', O. Thomas Fawcett ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, M t. Vernon, O, Julia Parker Brown .............................. Gambier, O- Herbert Giffin ......... ......... W alhonding, O. Marjorie Parker Nugent .................. Mt. Vernon, O. George Rowley ,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,.,,,,i,,, A kron, O, Minnie Sapp ........................... ........... G 3.mlDlCrQ O. Paul Ygung ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,., f d ecegaedj 1913 1922 Louise Adams ............................ ........ G arrlbler, O. Paul Bateman ,,,i,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,,, Mt, Vernon, O, Bessie Ayers Stockdale .-..----..- .------- C hicago, 111- Gladys Parker Knaver .,................ Fort Wayne, Ind. Alice Blue -------4----------------- --.----------- C C1CCC21SCdl Beulah Pilkington Henwood .......... Mt. Vernon, O. Anne Cvlwill H00kWaY ------------------ Mi- Vernon, O. Nellie Pilkington Christopher ............ Hubbard, O. Edna Farquhar Livergood .................. Zanesville, O. Gladys Mercer ....................... ........... Q deceasedl 1923 Catherine Frick ....................... ......... G ambier, O. 1914 Edith Horn ................................ ......... G ambier, O. PriSCiil21 11166141106 ----------------------- ------------ A kffin, 0- Pauline Horn Grossman .......... ......... G ambier, O. Anlh01lY Helen ----------------------- ----------- G ambier, 0- Harlow Walker ...................., ............ G ambier, O. Arthur Parker ---------- 3 ----------- --------------- D Hflvlile. O- Graham Walton .................... ....... M adison, Wisc. Florence Parker Weider .................. Mt. Vernon, O. 1924 1915 Mildred Dudgeon Butler ...................... Gambier, O. Leonard G- Bickfl --'---------------'------- Sugar Gf0VC,.0- Robert M. Ellliott .......................... Bladensburg, O. Byron 131585 --------------- ---------- -------- D C troif, M1Ch- Laura Hall Mason ............. ............ G ambier, O. Alfred Fish ............... ............ C anton, O. Carl A, Hnizdil ,,.,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, Elsie Hall Mackin ........ .......... M L VSFIIOD, O. Irvin Hgfn .......,,,---.--.--- -,.-,.--.- H gwafd. O. Walfef I-Yba1'8e1' -------- --------- M f- VCIHOU, 0- Mary Laymon Fawcett .......... ......... G ambier, O. Lora Pafkel' ------------ ---------- ---------- C 1 eVe121f1d, O- Inez McClelland ....................... ......... G ambier, O. II?orfohyT1YfcMihon Yeager .................. giainbiiri, 1 16 au me rus awson ............................ 1 we . . Edith Hayes Fish ---...-...' ----------.....-.A...'. C mmm, 0. Marion Morrison Fawcett .............. Mt. Vernon, O. Gladys Hayes Duff -----------.----".--- New York, N. Y. Adah Vernon Laymon .......... ............ G ambier, O. Enzie jones .................. .................... Luther Laymon .......... ........... G ambier, O. ' Blanche Pipes ................ ........... Q deceasedj 1 1925 Susan Pipes Houser ............... ......... C leveland, O, Roger Chflsman ---'----- 5 ----'------- ----------4 , Ruth Thgmpson Brown --------- -..-.---- C levgland, Martha Horn Macphall -----'-- --------- G amblerv Betty Lybarger jenkins ......... .......... B ath, England l917 goldiihlvgattlhews Steifel ......... .......,.... l deceailedj enne ar er ......,............. ...................... a vv Frank Biggs ........ .......................... C olumbus, O. Muriel Parker Lynch ......... ............. A tlanta, Ga. Marjorie Frye ......... ........... ......... C 0 lumbus, O. Ralph Purdy .................... ........ W ellington, O. Avis jones ............... ................ A nne Scott ................. ............ . . Clarence Lybarger ........ ........ M t. Vernon, O. Earl Stearns ....... ......,. C oast Guard Page Fifty-seven ff 1 n 1926 Dwight Pilkington .,...............,..........,......,....,. Army Miriam Lauderbaugh Heldman ...... Frazeysburg, O. Leona Petry Deeds ..................,. Laura Petry Ross ..........,,.............. Nadine Morrison Wyant ...,.,... Thelma Singer Williams ............ ...Mt. Vernon, O. ....Westerville, O. ........Gambier, O. ....Mt. Vernon, O. Ruth Ulery Johnson ............. ............ Q deceasedl l-lelen Titus Smith ............ ....... M t. Vernon, O. Ethel Horn Monnett ......... ......... G ambier. O. Lena Horn ..........,............. .........v.. K deccasedl Lee Woolison .,................,..... .......... G ambier. O. Mabel Flecknoe Sanislo ....... Mary Reams Schaber .......... 1927 Gertrude F lecknoe O'N eil ....... Harold jacobs ........................ .... Novice G. Fawcett ............ Vivian Cochran Doup ........... Lillian Bickel Tufford .,........ Leonard Petry .................... Raymond Crittenden ....... .......Mansf1eld, O. .........Gamb1er, O. .......Cleveland, O. ...Mt. Vernon, O. .......Columbus, O. ..........Howard, O. .........Gambier. O. .........Gambier, O. Helen Fletcher Bebout ....... ..........,.....v. Creta Benedict Brown .............v.... Mt. Vernon, O. Milton Janes ...................... .......... L akewood, O. William Bateman .....,.. .....v..,.... A kron, O. Russell Scott ...............,... ....... C oshocton. O. Lucille Porter Scott .............. Lucille Porter Scott .....,...........v Geraldine Davidson Conroy ..... Herbert McNabb ..........r........... ......Coshocton, O. ......Coshocton, O. ........Macon, Ga. ........Gambier. O. Alice Hall ...........,.....,........... .......... G ambier, O. Richard Lord ,,,.....,.,.,........ .......... B oston, Mass. Lloyd Brown ......................... ....... M t. Vernon, O. Marguerite Frye Kunkle. .r.... .....v.. M t. Vernon, 0. 1928 Ramona Bell Fawcett ............... Harry Armstrong ............... Gladys Colwill Wythe ......... . Eleanor Chrisman Fetter .............. .........Gambier, O. ...Mt. Vernon, O. ..........Newark, O. Velma Horn Fawcett ............ ....... M t. Vernon. O. Janet Colgin Wright ..,,.... .........Ravenna, O. George Dudgeon ..r.,.... ...............v......... A rmy Ethel Wolfe Phillips ......... ........ M t. Vernon, O. Elizabeth Lepley ............. ......... G ambier, O. Fred Burch .,,........,............. Sara Cunningham Sulzer ...... Ray Titus ..........v................. Ruth McKee Underhill ....... Thelma Laymon Werick .............. Mt. Vernon, Hazel Benedict ohnson ....,.. .. J Clifton Hall .........,Y..,......... ..... Wesley Shut? ,...,.. . Kermit Frye ....... Page Fifty-eight ......Mt. Vernon, ..Fredericktown, ..,......Gambier, O. ..........Gambier, O. fdeceasedl 3232 0432 f-,mmm MTN asa? 21:5 END M305 gm,-bg GND.-1 'lc Z-To-' QUBIB 3'-JD,':,' --fn'-:O U' :ra UQDQTU' F"'f15'O Baal' :gm-. :ig-': ipwg: E:':"Em EEWE :::-1 :ofbz 2:12. :QQD: EIEP'-' 3:-ti: 55:2 hash E4EE 3512, ' r: sta? 5253 rqmu- no-i ning f-vn--U' ooo: ooo: P9312 P3PJ" rn' fn 90000050 0590 .. le B R4 ......Columbus, Josie Estabrook Sapp .......... r........ M t. Vernon, O. Mildred Brooks Welch .......... ........l B arberton. O. Arthur Wolfe ........r............. ........ G ambier. O. Andrew Lepley ..............,........ ,.,.... G alena, O. W ww l'rank Armstrong ........................ Ruth Lauderbaugh Frye ....vv........ Helen Fleming Barton ....... Lena Ulrey Cunningham ..... Mary Parker johnson .......,.. Gordon Cunningham ....... Donald Fawcett .....,.,.. . Edith Scott Collins ....... ...,.,. William Rowley ............ Dora Patterson Petry ....... Lowell Lepley ............... Ruth Titus Burch ............. Raymond johnson .,.............. Thelma Warman Bailey ........ . Paul Burch .......................... Eva Hillier Farmer .......... Carol Bateman ..........,. Gladys Horn ............ Woodrow Hall .,r......,....... Alma Underwood ....................,... Eunice Bebout Schooley ............. .New York, N ..............,...Akron ...........Gambier ...........Gambier, Vernon ..Scottsbluff, Neb. ..........Gambier, O. .........North Carolina ........... Gambier, O. .........Columbus, O. ..............Gambier, O. ook ....Mt. Vernon .Eu 390 .........Gambrer, O. .......,.Hillsboro, O. .........Newark, O. A D- 2 fb N ...vi R 00V ........MansfieId ...Walhonding VJFU F1157 Q55HeEQ so 'fl'-iVQ.':E.-a"' 935 9225: 059.1 'nm CUEDC- ...rn e gmc. 9 2-l Oa'?:.'lg HU SSEETEEWD mg. rwsze :T so in-nlllng 7-8 Eeiiiii ie 2922525 sw 5252655 EE 52' f25H ii ei 15522 ao at -ss- s 3 2iis5H? ,S 5::-Zgi :5 :E5Z'vQ,: 1: QbbPS2i Ei E"t-wr-w4gQZ UEYSNZ E5 SFFPFPT PP. ' P-1 0990005 909 Margaret Flecknoe Ransom ....... Lucille Purdy Hawn ............ Homer Doup .................... . Ethel Hall Dudgeon ......,....,... . 1932 Charles Lord ................................ Frances Horn Walton ......... Harold Fleming ...................... . Kathryn Armstrong Smith.. Lowell Yarman .............,...... Vonnie Gadd Carhart ........ Richard Rowley ................,.. Lottie Ransom Schamb ..,,... Eleanor Brown Enck ..,.... Leona Hall Colgin ...,.... .........Massillon, O. Vernon, O. .,..-....Mt. Vernon, O. ..........Gambrer, O. ........Cleveland O. .....,..... Gambier: O. .......Cleveland, O. ..........Scottsbluff, Neb. ..........,...Amity, O. ............Millw0od, O. .......New Albany, O. ................Greer, O. .........Cleveland, O. ...,.....C0shocton, O. Leroy Wolfe .............. ........ B ladensburg, O. Thelma Butt ........... ........ M t. Vernon. O. Robert Steinmetz ...... .......,...........,... A rmv Donald Doup ...........,.... .................. A mity, O. Isabelle Dudgeon ........ .............................. A rmy Ethel Ulery Davis ........................ Fredericktown, O. Dwight Gorsuch ...................................... Powell, O. Rachel Benedict Henwood .................. Howard, O. Dorothy Pipes Moran .......... Ernest McMahon ........... David Yarman .............. Neva Whitmore ......... Vernon, O. ..................Amity, O. ........Wapakoneta, O. ' ' ' 'Lili .ffbiffwf-.'..s-ffl,-it mr," , -A g .fe K Y ,v . . ,. 1. .. . ,J . .-. 1933 il 8 8 Ada Stull Los Angeles Calif Cieta Horn Sperry Dayton Martha Purdy Weaver .................... Mt. Vernon Juanita Chadwick Houck ...................... Danville, O. Barbara Morrison Hough ................ Mt. Vernon, O. Harry Laymon .,................... William Hunter ............. Robert Hunter ....... Harold Burch ....... Albert Holtz ............ Howard Laymon ....... ........Columb11s, O. ...................Marines Vernon, O. ..............Gambier, O. Ivin Brooks ............ ....... M t. Vernon, O. Robert Hall ......... ......... M t. Vernon, O. Jack Titus ...... .............. ....................... A r my 1934 Venniee Ransom .................,,........... Mt. Vernon, O. Helen'Steinmetz Patterson ....... 9... ,........ Gambier, O. Kent Doolittle ...................... ..................... Armv Hairy Patterson .................................... Gambier, O. Darwin Vincent ..........,......................... Gambier, O. Eleanor Fawcett Woolison ............ Mt. Vernon, O. Eileen Fawcett ................................ Mt. Vernon, 0. Vera Rowley Downing ........................ Gambier, O. Louise Laymon Hurps ........ Vernon, O. Ruth Fleming .......................... ............. M edina, O. Frances Hall Dudgeon .......... ......... L akeview, O. James Frye ............. ag, ...... .......................... A rmy Willard Allen ........... f.,.a. .................. Mt. Vernon, O. William Parker .................... Vernon, O. . 1935 V Don Morrison ........................ ....................... A rmv Margaret Eley Browning ..... .,..... P ensacola, Fla. Sterl Laymon. ....................... ....... G ambier, O. Paul Ayers ..................... Edna Wolf Johnson ......... John Downing...,, ..... Gordon McMahon ...... Ensil Chadwick ........ Evelyn Long Fox .......... Frederick Earlywine ........ Earl Purdy. .................. .. Louise Elliot Weir ............. Floyd Steinmetz .................... Harvey Matthews ..................... Dora Stockdale Spondouris. .................Navy .............Utica, O. .......Gambier, O. Vernon, O. .......Blaclensburg, O. .............Marion, O. .......Gambier, VO. .............,..Army ., ...... Chicago, Ill. Mary Lauclerbaugh Strickeriiliil .......... Gambier, O. Leslie Hilliar .....,........................ ........ N ewark, O. 1936 Winifred Horn Hall ...................... Mt. Vernon, O. James Rowley ................ ........... M t. Vernon, O. Isis Briscoe Knode ............ . Brownsville, Texas James Cagnon .................... ........................... N avy Jean Fleming Steinmetz ..... ...........,........... N avy Kathryn Evans Ferito ........ .......... C leveland, O. Alva Hall ............................. .... M t. Vernon, O. Gladys Lavmon Hilliar ........... ............ N ewark, O. Paul Carr ........................................................ Armv Ida Mae Titus Sutherland ............,..... Cleveland, O. Fred Parker .............................. Elizabeth Doolittle Stein. ...... . . ........Gamb1er, O. ........Columbus. O. Haskell Lloyd Robert Jacobs Lawrence Wolte James Clark- Army Gambier O Gambier O fdeceasedj Paul E. Davis ........................................ Gambier, Og Dale Horn ...... ........... 1937 Dorothy Jammaron Shoop ........ ....... C leveland, O. Jane 'Parker May ................................ Detroit, Mich. William Seitz .................... Irene Horn Laymon ........ Fred Eberle Jr. ......... . ............New York .........Gambier, O. Leah Rine Laymon .......... ................ G ambier, O. Mary Scott Mechling ......... .......... M t. Vernon, O. Fred Tier .' ..................... Rose Downing .....,.......... Gladys Hall Henwood ....... Ruth White White ......... Nancy Burch .............. Richard Steinmetz .... Harlod Squires .......... Mary Titus Towner ........ Noble Weir ................. Audrey Horn Snow ......... Jessie Lauderbaugh ,........ Agnes Horny Snow .,............... , 1938 ..........Columbus, O. .........Gambier, O. ............Gambier, O. .......Meriden, Conn. Vernon, O. ............Gambier, O. .......Mt. Vernon, O. .......Mt. Vernon, O. Vernon, O. Clement King .......................... ..................... A rmy Edith Laymon Woolson ........................ Gambier, O, Virginia Ross Burkholder .............. Martinsbur , O. Donna Hardesty Stagger ......... Ilene Robinson Rose ............... ...............Newari, O. .Santa Barbara, Calif. Jean Vernon Belcher ....... .............. M t. Vernon, O. Richard Briscoe ........... Jean Melick Potts ........ .................Medina, O. Harold Ayers ................... .......... F redericktown, O. Faustine Thompson ......... ............... P ennsylvania Helen Hall Jacobs ................. ............ G ambier, O. Lake Van Winkle .................... ..................... A rmy Beatrice Clark McFarland ........ ........ G ambier, O. Janice Flecknoe McGuire .........,........ Buffalo, N. Y, Mary Ayers ............................. .......... C leveland, O. Eileen Vincent Shrontz .......... ....... M t. Vernon, O. Harold Jewell ...................... .........,.,......... N avy Kathryn Briscoe Duncan ..... Eleanor Hilliar Shoultz ...... .. ...............Newark, O. Susie Laymon House ...............,,,.... Mt, Vernon, O. 1939 George Seitz ................................................... .Navy Jane Bell Wolfe .....................,.... .,. ........ Gambier, O. ,Charles Clark .................................................. Navy iii-'Kathryn Arrington Woolison .............. Gambier, O. "f James Dial ............................................ Gambier, O, Mable Donaldson ...................... ......... N ewark, O, Dolores Ayers ....................... ........ G ambier, O. Don Perry ................................ .................... A rmy Ralph King ..............,..........................,,............ Army Phyllis Sheasby Balkschwiller .............. Newark, O. Virginia Elwood .............................. Mt. Vernon, O. Harold Carter ......................................., Ga ' ' O, Lucille Biggs Parker ....... .......... M t. Ve' , O. Page Fifty-'nine ki, ,- . at :ii Wit' .,. ' ' Q I-sl ,. A 5 A v-1 nw Pl fb F. E l"' I N I C I D- : ns ' "1 7 U' , : as : 5 C-' ,5 5- :fl ,ati I 5 fb i . , .-. 3 F' Z ZW 1 Sl C r B . . U' H' C 1 win V QQ. 'Q iii O , , .- su D... 'C ill I .... E . ro : : "' 5 : 5 W5 I g I O! g . g ni. , : , as-: z E : 'FE : 2 E . -W 1 P1 I .4 u F . . 9 S it . - f"e'f.e--L. "Wa - "L ,,., V, A, at ,A . 5' ffzfw-wff fs -'S 7' ff: .'f'.-if ,, :mpg 1 ez' ,tif sf? ,vi B r fi 'R 1 n 'll f! fd 'N .11 i . egg., if ,, -it 2 S i 'rv tg. , .4 lk fir? M ' " Wwiwliwfft r. , Ls. E . , F,,,QT,. K..Y:.,W, 7 rua, .,. Charles Benedict .......vv.............. ...................Navy Edith Lauderbaugh Carter .......... ......A G ambier, O. Paul Mills .........................,... Donald Harris ................... Doris Rine ...................Y.. William Horn A.............., Betty Mills Earlywine ......... Warren Jewell .........,.. Ray Burch .......... .......... 1940 Russell Lynch .....................,........ Ethel Farmer ........ Lyman Bebout ....... Edith Farmer ...........,.. Laverne Jammaron ...... Mary Carter Houle ........ Marcia Doolittle ....... Wendell Vernon ,,... Dorothy Lepley ......... ....... Clarence Hall .......... Edwin Parker .... Wendell Wolfe ......... Francis Davidson ......,. Edna Marie Titus ........ Donald Ayers .........,...... Betty Frye Davidson ......... Ruth Bell Heinlein .,..... John Leonard .....,..,.. Gordon Laymon ...........,. Monna Ross Carter ...,,..... Blaine McVay ............,........ Margaret Fletcher Park ....... Harold Woolison .................. Margene Chadwick Boyle ......... Valdo Fawcett .................. 1941 Coyte Carpenter ................. Dan Green ..........v. Charles South ....... Richard Hynes ...... Robert Ross ........ Paul Crouch ...... George Ayers ....... Glenn Wolfe ............. Harold Graham .....,, Phillip Dial ........ 4 .............. Ralph Squires ......................., Wanda Carpenter Graham .......,...... Victoria, Te Beatrice Parker Cox ............... ..........Gambier, O. .....Mt. Vernon, O. ..,.Bladensburg, O. .........Army ........Columbus, O. .....Mt. Vernon, O. . .... Mt. Vernon, O. . ..,. Mt. Vernon, O. Hollywood, Calif. ..........Gambiet, O. .,..........Army ,..,...........Army ...................Navy .......Gamber, O. ...........Gamb1er, O. ....Mt. Vernon, O. ...............Newark, O. ....,.,Wall1onding, O. ........Columbus, O. .....Baltimore, Md. . .................. Navv .........Army ,........Army .........Armv .........Army .........Army ......,......,..Army ..........Gamb1er, O. if :1 :a fb .-, rr' P 'Ill Edith Frye .................................,...... Mt. Vernon . Martha Wilson Anderson .............. ...:..Gambier, . Wanda Hagarnan .............................. Mt. Vernon, . Eleanor Durbin Laymon ........,............... Newark, . Josephine McMahon Jacobs ....... Page Sixty OOO Z1 N a 2 2 9 Betty Stricker Britton ......... Vernon, O. Naomi Lepley ............,..... ................... A kron, O. Hazel Biggs ......,............... .Mt. Vernon, O. Kathleen King Keller ......,..,,. ............... H uron, O. 1942 Wesley Scott ........ ..,........,............................ A rmy Anne Beach Seitz ,......,. Frances Williams ......... Robert Bricker .................. Ray Woolison ..,................. Brooklyn, N. Y. Mt. Vernon, O. .Mt. Vernon, O. Leona Brown Williams ......... ............ G ambier, O. Betty Umbaugh ................... Charles Bone ........ . William Titus ......... Thomas Wilson ...... Grace Rizor ........... Donald Laymon ..... Kenneth Frye ...... Harold Clutter ........ Jack Carter ................. Da-le Rector ............... William Dennison ..... Clifton Eley ............ Gail DeWitt ........ 1943 Sidney Parker ......................... .. Betty Carter Dial ......... Ross Robey ............. David Ross .......... Charles Engle ........ Charles Elliott ,.......... Paul McMahon ....... Vernon, O. , ..............,.... Army .......Newark, O. ..............Army .......Gambier, O. ..............Army .......Army .......Army ......Coast Guard ........Gambier, O. ........Gambier,' O. .........Gambier, O. ...................Navv Lulu Biggs ............ .... C leveland, O. Ted Laymon ....... ...,.... G ambier, O. John Robey ............ ...,.... G ambier, O. Marion Flecknoe ....... ..... M ansfield, O. Ronald Brown ............. .....,......... G ambier, O. Forest Lewis .................,.. ......... M t. Vernon. O. Helen Ann Ralston ............... ,...,. .... M a nsfreld, O. 1944 Donald Shaffer ,...... Charles Parker ........... Jeanne Fawcett ......... Luella Green ......,...... Russell Williams ......... Betty Frye ................. Betty Fawcett ........ John Ross .............,.... Betty Brown .................. Joanne Biefnes ..........,..... Rose Laymon Wolfe .......... .......Gambier, O. ...........Dayton, O. .......Columbus, O. ......Gambier. O. .......,....Gambier, O. Mt. Vernon, O. .......Mt. 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A 1 'L Page Sixty-two 1. ... 1 1 hmziffx 4 4 tu 5 ooo oo oooooooooo 0- T Good Food Helps To Maintain GUCD HEALTH 0 PASTEURIZED MILK 6. CREAM 0 CREAMERY BUTTER 0 ICE CREAM 0 COTTAGE CHEESE 0 SELECTED EGGS O SALAD DRESSINGS 0 CHEESES PHONE 24 JEWELL LCEIEEECAQNT oo- ,---oooo- -cocoa 0 ooo ooooe coco PA S'it1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 I4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 I 4 4 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 U-: ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo NEARLY EVERY BODY IN KNOX COUNTY GOES TO 4 THE STORE THAT VALUES BUILT BRINING'S NEWS STAND MT. VERNON. oH1o Magazines - Sunday and Daily Newspapers Compliments OHIO POWER COMPANY Harlow Walker- Look, Daddy, I pulled this cornstalk up all by myself. Daddy-My, what a strong boy! Harlow-Sure. The Whole world had hold of the end. Dick Ralston-WI can go out with any girl I please. Ilene Steinmetz--Too bad you can't please any of them, isn't it? Miss Sears in Home Economics fI said the compositions on milk were to be two pages long. Yours is only half a page, Betty. Betty BeckholtfBut I Wrote about condensed milk. Dinerfwaitress, how was this steak cooked? Dorothy Huffman, WaitressfSmoth- ered in onions. Diner-Well, it died hard. Page Sixty-four voooeoogoeoaooooo SHARP'S Cards - Gifts Flowers v ------ 1 I U U U 4 4 I I U I I 4 I Compliments of WORLEY'S Men's Wear that Men Wear 120 S. MAIN ST. VERNON, OHIO For Merchandise of Quality At a Moderate Price Shop at THE RUDIN CO. Knox County's Greatest Store MT. VERNON. OHIO Compliments of NORTHWESTERN ELEVATOR AND MILL CO. MT. VERNON, omo I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II II II II I I U I I II I I I II I I I I II II II II II II II II II I II II II U I II U I I I I I I I I I I II II II U I -----v----------.4 Page Sixty-five G. R. Smith and Co. "AI-,CQVEH We Appmiate Restaurant Your Business and May we continue to AIR CONDITIONED serve You Soda Grill Candy Shop KEEP FROM GETTING A COLD Vlctory Meat V Market TAKE - FANCY FRESH and SMOKED MEATS Oral Cold Vaccine OVEN-DRESSED POULTRY Tab This Winter 104 W. High street MT. VERNON, orno TAUGHERS Phone 90v-w ZONE CAB Barres Bowling Alley Bowling ior Health Soft Drinks - Candy MT. VERNON, OHIO Public Square MT. VERNON, OHIO 24 Hour Service Phone - 900 Topp's Hardware 307 South Main MT. VERNON, OHIO Phone 308 Compliments oi S. S. Kresge Company 5c and 10c Store MT. VERNON. OHIO ---A-------------- -----.4 QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ::::: :::::4:::::: v-----v---------- -vv-- Page Sixty-six DON 'S DRUGS Cut Rate DANVILLE. OHIO Trusses and Prescriptions QQ, - QQQ- - v v v- - -oooooooooooooaoo-.Q Balderson Dry Cleaners Cleaning - Pressing -- Repairing Call Gambier 2971 PITKIN 'S Provision Store THE BEST IN FOOD 135-137 South Main Mt. Vernon, Ohio C. H. DIETRICH Ieweler 29 E. Gambier St. MT. VERNON, OHIO FENTON'S DRY CLEANING EXPERT TAILORING FUR CLEANING 10 East Gambier St. Mt. Vernon. Ohio Compliments oi Scott Fumiture Co. 128 South Main St. MT. VERNON, OHIO Phone 1367 Compliments of FIRESTONE STORES Next to Postoffice Mt. Vernon. Ohio Compliments of K. D. BEBOUT Ford Sales and Service MT. VERNON. OHIO 1 II II II II II II I II II II I II II II II II II II II I I I I II II II II II II II II I II I I II I I II II I II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II I II II II I I II I II II II II II II II II I II II I II II - - -v ......... ,:::::----: :--: ee: es: Q 2 :--::------------------.4 Page Sixty-seven ::::cccc::::::::::::::::::ro4:::::::l:::::: ::::::::::::::::::oooo ::o::::::::ooooo::::::: ::::::p4::::1: 1 II II 4 , I Dr. George D. Grossman Compliments of 4: 4 I I 4 Vefeflnafmn Gambier Cooperative I GAMBIER. oH1o , , Phone 3331 Association , 4 4 4 4 4 II II I Large and small animals GAMBIER' OHIO 44 5: 4 4 Compliments ol Compliments of I IAMES LYNCH , , I Fletcher s Service if Barber I 1: Stat1on lg GAMBIER. oH1o gg 4I I I I I I 4I 4I 4I I When in need ol Farm ', C 1' t l I Implements omp lmen S O 1 4 4 Knox COUNTY FARMERS GENERAL ' coME ro 1. DRY CLEANERS Rice Implement Co. I BETTY GAY ID A' s I MT. VERNON, omo BEAUTY SHOP 4 4 11 South Main 4 ll Phone 594 5 E. Chestnut St. an House of Quality MT. VERNON, OHIO 4I 4I i Page Sixty-eight coco 1---A - ---- --:bo4:-----:ro4:----- ::::: s4::::: Compliments of SMITH'S DINER S. Main Street MT. VERNON. OHIO 24 Hour Service Free Parking McMi1len and Co. Everything in Sports Equipment S. MAIN. MT. VERNON RONALD GAINES BUYER Since 1902 Cream - Eggs - Poultry ALBERT E. AUSKINGS Fm " Hides ' Wool 508 West High Street Phone 195 7 N. Main MT. VERNON. OHIO 1 II II II II II II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II II II I II II II II II II I II II II II II I II II I I I II II II II II I KELSER-DOWDS Wholesale Grocers MT. VERNON. OI'IIO Rhoads and Dowds FUNERAL HOME MT. VERNON Phone 242 200 Newark Rd. STAUFFER'S CLOTHING For Men and Young Men 77 Years of Continuous Service HARPSTER AND POULSUN See Us for Your Plumbing Supplies Hardware and Paint Ask Us - We Have It PHONE 35 MT. VERNON, OHIO I I II II II II II II II I II II II II II II I II II I II II II II II II II I --::-----::::--: :----: e : .------------------------------..----.4 Page SI.l7t.ll-Hill I ooo AAAAAAAA ...... ....... - Harry Blair-That catty friend of yours said I was half-witted. Mabel Wyant-Oh, don't mind her, she always exaggerates. Mr. Moffitt-What happens when a body is completely immersed in water? Ronald Carpenter- The telephone rings. - ---- --- vvvvv -Joe .... ---::-:p00 Miss SearsfHow would you punctuate this sentence: "Miss Jones, a beautiful girl of nineteen, walked down the street" Dick Ralston-Well, the only way I would do it, is to make a dash after Miss Jones. Charles Carter-What does the aver- age woman want from a man anyhow? Ernie Ryan-Just a little more than the average man can give. COMPLIMENTS OF P E P S I -C 0 L A MT. VERNON, oH1o THE MT. VERNON HATCHERY Big Value Baby Chicks and Turkey Poults 322 S. MAIN ST. PHONE 684 MT. VERNON, OHIO Mrs. Garzieri-Do you save much by doing your own cooking? Mrs. Ewing-Oh yes. Now my hus- band eats only about half what he used to. Mrs. Lawrence-Which note do we hold the longest, the half-note. quarter- note, or the whole note? Stanley FryeHThe dollar note. "And now," said Mrs. Pinkley in Civ- ics, "will someone give me an example of an indirect tax, please?" "The dog tax," chirped Dan McKee. "Why do you think that's an indirect tax?" "Well, the dog doesn't pay it." oooaoooooo----vv-oo-----v--vv Page Seventy ,,,,, ---vv-pc- W ----v-:::::::::boo Heck1er's The Best in Drug Store Service TWO STORES IN MT. VERNON WE WONDER IF Russell Williams will ever get to first base with Mary Farmer. Dick Hilliar will get by one day with- out being called down in World History class. John Wilson saves all his nerve to talk back to the teacher. Dick Ralston ever gets tired of Mt. Vernon. Red Carpenter ever walked to school. Harold Crouch will ever stop pester- ing the girls all the time. James Lynch knows he should go to Hollywood as Frank Sinatrajs double. :::::::::::::::::::ooo::::::A Margaret Ayers-"Love fiew out the window last night." June Carter-"Why, what happened?" Margaret-'4Jim stayed too long and father didn't bother to open the door." Harry Dailey-What is matter? Charles CarteriNever mind. Harry-What is mind? CharleswNo matter. Harold Dailey+"Do you know a guy down your way with one leg named Johnston?" John Wilson-"Well now, I'm not quite sure. What's the name of his other leg?" Page Seventy-:mc ::::: ::::::::::oo:::::::: ::::oQ W- Paul Lord Woolworth Company CHARTERED LIFE UNDERWRITERS Send Greetings and Congratulations 609 Dowds-Rudin Bldg. to the MT- VERNCNI OHIO Senior Class of '45 Compliments Compliments of oi Dr. Lamar S. Reynard Chas- M- Zelkowitz DENTIST 111 s. Main st. M1. Vernon, ohio MT' VERNON' OHIO Compliments ol Compliments of Dwight I. Magers Scott Furniture Co. X-RAY FITTED SHQES 128 S. Main Street S. Main Street A Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Phone 1367 Compliments Compliments ot the of the SNOW PLUMBING CO. FIRESTONE MT. VERNON, OHIO MT. VERNON, OHIO Page Seventy-two :::::--::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: -"""'CCC000CC00 LE MASTERS THE FIRST KNOX Mt. Vernon's Finest K Men'S Store Member ot Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation MAIN AT VINE Federal Reserve System Welcome to WATSON'S BAKERY "The Home of Fine Pastries" Dr. W. E. Steffan Optometrist - Eye Service -- Optician 16 N. MAIN ST. TEL. 494 MT. VERNON, OHIO MT. VERNON, OHIO I ulius Shamansky M D Knox County 10 Public Square Mt. Vernon, Ohio Hours: 9 to 11 A. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 P. M. Public Square Telephqnes: Mi. Vernon, Ohio Office 207 Member of F. D. I. C. and Residence 207-M Federal Reserve Bank We extend Our Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1944-45 May we be of service to you Wilson's Home Market and Restaurant PHONE 2533 GAMBIER. omo -v ---- ----v ..... vo Page Seventy-th rec o 0000000000000000: : : : : : : 000 0000000000000 AUTEN 'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Tires, Tubes and Batteries Sinclair Gas and Oil Shelf Groceries 101 NEWARK ROAD MT. VERNON, OHIO "Let's get a Coca-Cola" The Mt. Vernon Coca-Cola Bottling Company 00 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 P 1 Svrcnfy-four ISALY'S DAIRY STORE THE BEST IN DAIRY FOODS Ice Cream Our Specialty Luncheon and Fountain Service IVIR. LOUIS M. PASHAS 109 S. MAIN MT. VERNON, OHIO R. V. HEADINGTON Super Service Station DEPENDABLE PRODUCTS RELIABLE SERVICE Corner Vine and Mulberry Sts. MT. VERNON, OHIO MILLER CUT RATE DRUGS Famous for Low Prices MT. VERNON, OHIO Compliments of PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE MT. VERNON. oH1o Page Seventy-fire' Compliments of THE PEOPLE'S BANK GAMBIER, OHIO Member ot Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation IAMES HAYES HAYES GROCERY Groceries - Meats - Vegetables Frozen Foods -Ice Cream Cigarettes - Pop GAMBIER, OHIO Compliments of GELSANLITER'S 133 South Main Street Mt. Vernon, Ohio LESTER'S Smart Styles for Men and Boys MAIN AT VINE MT VERNON Page Seventy-six MASTER ENGRAVERS TO AMERICA'S SCHOOLS 0 Quality, Integrity and Dependability have established themselves as a definite tradition 5 with Pontiac. We have been constantly on .mx i . . 1 the alert for new and improved procedures in , earboolc desi ninr and service. Our modern X Y S is , C- precision equipment is concrete evidence of A adherence to this policy. Our experienced , craftsmen and servicemen are carefully super- Q vised by experts in the lield of distinctive 3 school publications. We are proud to have 551 Q played a part in the publishing of this book ra in the capacity of official photo engravers. gf' Our entire personnel congratulate the staff ii for their splendid work and cooperation. c AN r ON1-150 i H T AN ' ' K 5 D nmncrnorrp N lv Scuool. PUBLICATION Division 812-822 WEST VAN BUREN STREET, CHICAGO 7, ll.l.lNOlSb aefedgmw "It's the bumps you get and the jolts you get, And the shocks that your courage stands, The hours of sorrow and vain regret, The prize that escapes your hands, That test your mettle and prove your worthg It isn't the blows you deal, But the blows you take on this good old earth, That shows if your stuff is real." TEH Q 'QQ , . -"' ' WEMANUFACTURINGEHESECU Page Seventy-eight MOUNT VERNON, OHIO , . w I . R . 5 fy ,--,' ' . . , 'vu X W 't .1 V' 1 A e 4 X 1 , f L aa. , 'Ffh ' k fs-F . X R, . .. I f, My '-'Q ,h 1 Q , ,'. R xx - . 5 . X QL t., I: 1 . is . 41, . ., YA, .x ,- vw . .V L n 5 ' D ' . - Jiwkkgiz X. I- 1.5. .v 1- ,. , -wx " ,, 4, -L - ffrag.. .- -- Y' . mm- - - quasi ff- '- - f AA , , .2,!.3,g1: 455,13 . 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