Gambier High School - Milestone Yearbook (Gambier, OH)

 - Class of 1948

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WILSON E.Sc.-Bus. ldm., Ohio State , University' E.Sc.-Education, Ohio Northern'University M.AerEduoation, Ohio State University Attended University of His- consin, Viami University Subjects Taught: Business BERNARD HELDMAN A.B., Ohio University Subjects Taught: Science Mathematics Health VEJRNTG S . PIITKIE-Y Ph.B., Denison University Subjects Taught: English Geography VILDRED EENUETT B.Sc.-jducation, Bowling Green University Subjects Taught: History English Latin PEARL COOTER Standard Formal College Akron University Kent State University Third Grade I REIT E BI GGS Kent State University FourthjGrade 7 r71'f'v1' 'P1"'v' -v iSlnn2 eMilG Ohio University! Fifth Grade MILESTONE STAFF Early in the year the senior class held a meeting to decide whether or not we would publish a yearbook. Mr. Wilson was present and he gave us a view of the advantages and disadvantages of such a project. We decided to mimeograph our yearbook mothat we could sell it for less money, so that we could produce a larger ,bpok, and so that we could gain experience in this type of work. ' Editor--Paul Dailey it Coyeditor--Eugene Schnehly Business Manager--Ernest Farmer A I Sales Manager--Fred Clark , Everyone in the class contributed to the production.of this an- nual. we give much credit to our typists, Beverly Hathaway,Ikmna Fawcett, and Charline Speaksg and to the mimoogreph operators Roy Green, Harry Ross, James McKee, and James Yeager. They alt the ones who performed the less glamorous but most important as- signments. For the art and design work, we thank Joretta Brokaw, for the proofreading and rewriting, Ruth Sigman, Dorothy Hauger, and Mildred Nell. . We hope that you like this, the first mimeographed annual produad at Gambier High School. ' B. . 1 3- ' ? 8 ? ., , GAMBIER PUBLIC scaooz BUILDING s QFACULTY . y, fMrQ Findlay Vkr. Wilson Mr. Lyhch a Mrs, Heldman g .Mr. Keller Mrs. Coopertn Mrs. Bi sr- mrs. Hdndwdrk, Mr. heldman Mrs. Ewing gl ' 4 Mrs. Pinkleyv Lawrence fMrS, Hbggbfji "wf ,N' "AX k , Q Zmggs Friikf ?f 1, , :VQ I MQLESTONE STAFF I , left to rightbs RQih Sigmana Ifldred Fell: Hairy Rosiy ee, Dorothy Hauger,g Beverly Hathaway, Joretta Brqhaw , Speaks, James 1eagerQ Q . y Q4 Forma Frye , Fred clark, Paul Dailey, mrs. Pinkley Sqhnebly, Ernest Farmer. CAbsent-Roy Green, Donna Fawcett M24 Sabina UARD UF EDUIIATIUN Kenneth Fawcett Arthur Steinmetz Ralph Smith Louis Clutter D. M. Hathaway Robert E. Wilson Supervising Principal l t twd,.e X ,l,,,.A.. WE . vxwfqnnff - ., GLM PY IWSIT' P UE? . ICT fi C7 HC C BU li LD 'I ITG The present school building was constructed in 1904. In 1935 an audition was built, making the changes which one finds today. xIt made yossiolc Q more rooms, with a combined gymnasium-auditorium, and a cafeteria. ' Our school is organized on a six-six plan--six elementary and six high school grades. Since l9lO ours has been approved as a First Grade High School by the Ohio State Department of Education. 'It now has the departments of:,f . .Pre-College Business ,,' Industrial Arts , ff Music ' -x,f' Physical Education Our average enrollment this year has been approximately 510, with seven elementary and seven high school teachers. A SENIOR'S ODE TO TEE SCHOOL BUILDING The time has come to say goodby, We're at the parting of the way, For we must leave old.Cmmbler High, For ever and for aye. Welre standing on the door-step now - With backward look and vain regret, Thinking of the years that's past ' And of the days we'll ne'or forget. Many are the things you taught us, Many battles have wc won Since we entered through the doorway As green freshmen one by one. - But now our duty calls us, Other things there are to do. We must try our hand making Life worth while, this world anew. 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P X fs F 'fi 1 A I fw ,, h A13 L. Q. . .ff . xg.. . ..,v N Nw , 4 I it A wx Q? . W -g 1: ,,, 1 f K.. .- wr P 5 ' 35,32 a "fm 4 ' P as fi? ' 5 ' K , x f .N .sf .4?,Sg:5, xv, as wg... 3. 4, 5 :ig -.A S if - bQ:.r,s'1:-:Q 1 , .," V4 T 0 ,X 31. f . 0 ' . t , ' Ei Auf Y 'fm . f f if 'xr' .,.., 'ff ' v t P.-' ' x -. 1 f- ka , E ,, . M ff-1, ' 42 , N 5 V S' 1 If 'f 4 f ' , ' 73' 1 , 5-" f w 2 g ,Q , x x 'J " ' ' B ' v A ' R44 if 'J ik -M4 , , 1 5, ,. 4 ,nz f w N '- 4. 1 amiga A SENIOR CLASS HISTORY As the time draws near for us to leave dear old G.H.S., we recall many happy times and pleasant memories. Four years ago twenty-two scared Freshmen nclimbed the stairsu to begin what we thought would be the hardest year of all, but soon we discovered Gambier High School was a swell place to be. With the guidance of Mrs. Garzieri, our class advisor, we became quite a prosperous class. Hazel Wolf, Bob McCracken, and LN6d Recsler joined our class, and former classmates, Helen Wolford and Ernie Farmer, were back with us. Our only social activity of the year consisted of a very nice initiation given us by the Sbppomeres and a Hallowelen party at Paul Dailey's. Fred Clark,Bob McCracken, Ernie Farmer, and James Yeager were on the Reserve Basketballteam, Sophomores! Boy, we're traveling. This year Mr. Keller was our class advisor. We lost three members of our class but most of the gang was back and we added Dorothy Hanger from Chesterville to our class. We were very proud that James McKee won the County essay contest in Mt.Vernon. We were also proud that Jorettalwvsw, Charline Speaks, and Norma Frye were chosen as Varsity cheerkmddnn This year all the boys were either on the Reserve or Varsity. Jolly Juniors! With Mr. Heldman as our advisor. Seventeen membms, but later in the year a long-time classmate, Pauline "Schneblm enrolled elsewhere. We received class rings in Novembers Joretta, Charline, and Norma again helpedgp cheer our team to victory. We presented our class play, nHere Comes The Pr1nce,n in December. We sponsored the Junior-Senior Prom on May 9 with almost everyone present. ' This is the year to which everyone has been looking forward, but now we are not so anxious to leave school as we thought. There are Oight bcyland eight girls in our class and we hope we may Q1 graduate together. Joretta, Charline, and Norma were eledted cheerleaders for the third consecutive year. We were very proud and happy that a swell classmate, Joretta Brokaw, was chosen as the Gambier Homecoming Queen. Many members of the class were in the Music Club which presented the operetta, nLove Pirates Of Hawai1.n Ernie Farmer had one of the title roles. On April l6,we presented our class play, NPeoPle Are Talkingf under they direc- tion of Mr. Keller. On April 50, the Junior tclassg gavos us a very nice Prom. We enjoyed a trip by boat to Buffalo, New York, at the end of the year. Mrs. Pinkley, our class advisor, accompanied us. One of the highlights of the trip was a formal dance on board. Friendiy, hardworking Ernie Farmer has been a great iinspiration to our class. He has been chosen President of our class for three years and has done a grand jobs- "- Last but not least we say.sbP1ong to all the classes and wish them lots of luck in the future. We also would like to express our appreciation to the teachers for their guidance and patience with us. sermon CLASS. WILL The Senior Glass bequeeths its home room to the Senior Class of '496 '. I ' i To the Glens of '50 we will ovr Senior Play technique and wish them suocess.l v A ' I To the Class of '51 we leave our good behavior toward the teechersa ' 1 " i Joretta Brokaw wills her ability to do stunts to Marilyn 'M ' - .LYGPS I I . ' Fred Clark wills his ability to play basketball to Ed.'Herck ermorn Hushour. h ' Paul Dailey bequesths to Beverly Dudgeon-his shlity to talk. Harry Ross wills his driving ability to Stanley Lehmon.mHhat a peirnj Donna Fawcett bequeaths her extrs weight to Pet Wysnt. Norms Frye wills her daring nerve to Beverly Sullivan. Roy Green wills his old Cer, nThe Rocketn, toYCsrrolIDik14 Beverly Hathaway bequesths her defective alarm clock to Hnnn Dorothf Heuger bequeeths her white shirts to Vsrllyn Emmett Vildred Nell lesves her diehard ring to Twlle Torn. Ruth Sigmen lesves--she hopes. ' l ' A V 4 Erhest Farmer leeves hisf brelhs to enyone in the eighth grade rho een .uc. them, - Jimmy HcKee wills his 2-cent bets to Earl Gorsuchg' Gherlihe Speaks wllls her strry notes to Zeke to rnyone that can reed them. ' ' .' L ' u Eugene Schnebly lerves his good looks to Clifton Durbin. a ' ' Jimmy Yeager wills his hike to anyone who can ride it. The Senior Class of '48, being of sound mlhd, do hereby pro- cleim this to ie its last will and testswent. ' Rltnesseth: , 4 K i v Signed: Alberts St. John Eeverly Hetheney Stanley Lahmon. Roy Green I SENICR CLASS PROPHECY It is vaction time again, and thinking of vacations brings mem- ories of Gambier High School. ' Joretta Brokaw, a singer of the Greystone Night Club in Chicago, came back to Gambier to spend her vacation, hoping to see some of her classmates. There happened to be a carnival in town so she decided to visit it. She went to a fortune teller who was none other than Dorothy Hauger. She began by saying, UYou are a graduate of Gambier 'High School in the class of 1948,n This was a surprise to Joretta, so she began asking about all of her classmates. Beverly Hathaway is an airline hostess and is very much interesw in her work. She has learned to speak Spanish. And guess who is pilot of her plane--Jim McKee, who took flying lessons in Florida and who was very much pleased to learn that he was to pilot the same plane in which Beverly was hostess. nNow,N says the fortune teller, nFor another dollar I will tell you about the rest of your classmates.n So down goes another dollar. - She begins this time with Donna Fawcett, China. Her work is very important and inte Now comes Ernest Farmer who is married, ha manager of a hardware store in Newark, Ohio Mildred Nell, too, is married and is a very Charline Speaks has her own beauty salon in Frye as her regular customer. Norma Frye w near Charline's beauty-salon. Gene mSchnebly hated to see the.old mill go it and turned it into a modern skating rink business. . . A A ' x Jim Yeager-was voted Family Doctor of the good one he is. Fred Clark is coach of Defiance College and team. They have won all but two games so f owner of a chain of owner until Ruth came Ruth si-gman is half' husband was the full Roy Green operates a of his wife and two s farm around these parts. big dairy farm near ona. His is the most Paul Dailey is making good in the Navy. He Last but not least is Harry Ross. After became a veterinarian. That ends the prophecy of the ul948u class because it cost her quite a bitg but after her? We feel that Gambier High School has this class. who is a missionaryitn resting to her. ' s a son, and is alsp a successful housewife. Man sfie ld with Norma orks in the Holly Shop to waste so he bought . He does a very good 1 Community, and a very is quite proud of his 8 I' . flip hotels. You see, her alone. Gambier with the help productive, well-kept 1 is stationed in Boston much hard work he has , and Joretta is glad, all, what is money to done a great deal for Joretta Brokaw is cute, has what? 'is never-gets in early, favorite saying, lFred Clark is crati, has Maxine, is ,never shaves, favorite saying, nShe's Paul Dailey is snort, has knowledge, 15GWn,inever acts quits hurt'n.H Ernest Farmer is never Has his le .Donna Fawcett is moonlight, never ,e :Vt sgefsrpfgt CLASS DIKGFOSTS interested in cheerleading nYou don't say so.W interested in making noise too fat for me.u is interested in Frederick- a fool, favorite saying, nFee1s better after it v carefree, has Vwhatn, is interested in parking sons, favorite saying, nThat's for me.n quiet, has charm, is interested in sitting inthe cheats, favorite saving, NThat's what you think! Norma Frye is undecided, has brown hair, is interested in Howard Ever blushes, favorite saying, nOh, that wakes me so madlu Roy Green is nuts, has brains, is interested in old cars, never wrecks, favorite saying, HI donft know.n Dorothy Hanger is thin, has nice personality, is interested in boys, never gets in late, favorite saying, nFor heaven's sake.W Beverly Hathaway is tiny, has blonde hair, is interested in men never giggles, favorite saying, nOnJIQsay.H James McKee is serious, has looks, is interes ted. in farming,1'HiI' frowns, favorite saying, HOh Phooey.N is interested in nice cars never worries, favorite saying, Oh! Vou're so stup1d.u Mildred Nell is tall, has '46 Chevie, H Harry Rossis bashful, has muscles, is interested in girls, never necks favorite saying HI'bet you de.u 1 I , i Eugeni Scnnebly is handsome, has a in basketball, never goes alone, Favorite saving, UNot bad.N contagious laugh, is intereshd Ruth Sigman is fond of boys, has curly hair, is interested inikni- fornia, never has blind dates, favorite saying, HYou're sobruimw' Charline Speaks is ambitious, has little feet, is interested in Zeke, never stays in, favorite saying, nListen now.u James Yeager is pleasant, has freckles, is interested in stealing someone else's girl, never works, favorite saying, HI don't cami ROY GREEN Milestone Staff 45 Chorus 3, 45 Basketball 2, 45 Softball 2, 3, 45 Football 45 F. F. A. l5 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Fire Patrol 3, 45 Operetta 45 Class Play 3, 4. FRED CLARK Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Baseball 45 Softball l, 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. lj Fire Patrol 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Class Play 3, 45 Secretary of Class 45 Treasurer of Class 25 Milestone Stal? 4. DOROTHY HAUGER Chesterville 'l5 Secretary of Class 25 Class Play 3, 45 G. A. A. 45 Music Club 45 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Milestone Staff 45 Operetta 4. MILDRED NELL Chorus l, 3, 45 G. A. A. 45 Girl Reserves l, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 45 Operetta 45 Class Play 3, 45 Milestone Staff 4. HARRY ROSS Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Basket- ball l, 45 F. F. A. lg Fire Patrol 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Milestone Staff 4. JAMES MC KEE Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. lg Fire Patrol l, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Class Play 3, 4. DONNA FAWCETT Newspaper Stat? 25 Girl Reserves 2, 35 Vice-President of Girl Re- serves 35 Vice-President of Class 35 Chorus 3, 45 Class Play l, 3, 45 Vice-President of G. A. A. 45 Librarian of Chorus 45 President of Student Council 45 Operetta 45 Milestone Staff 4. CHARLINE SPEAKS Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves l, 2, 35 Secretary of Girl Reserves 35 G. A. A. 45 President of G. A. A. 45 President of Class 35 Class play 3, 45 Operetta 45 Student Council 25 Treasurer of Student Council 25 Milestone Stall' 4. .IORETTA BROKAW Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Chorus l, 3, 4, Gperetta 4, Mile- stone Staff 4, Class Treasurer 3, President of Chorus 4, Class Play 3, 4, G. A. A. 4. BEVERLY HATHAWAY G. A. A. 4, Class Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Operetta 4, Dramatic Club 4, Chorus l, 3, 4 Milestone Staff 4. ERNEST FARMER Milestone Staff 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Softball l, 2, 3, Baseball 4, Football 4, F. F. A. l, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y President 4, Fire Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Class President l, 2, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 4, Vice-President of Chorus 4, Cam- NORMA FRYE era Club 4. EUGENE SCHNEBLY Vice-President of Class 2, 3, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Base- ball 4, Softball l, 2, 3 Hi-Y 2, 3, F. F. A. l, Fire Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Milestone Staff 2, 4. Class Treasurer l, Class Play 3, 4, G. A. A. Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Girl Reserves President 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Operetta 4, Student Council Secretary and Treasurer 3, Milestone StaFf 4, Chorus 3, 4. RUTH SIGMAN G. A. A. 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Operetta 4, Cho- rus l, 3, 4, Reserve Cheerleader 3, Milestone Staff 4. JAMES YEAGER PAUL DAILEY Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Baseball 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President of Class 4, Camera Club 4, F. F. A. l, Fire Patrol l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Milestone Staff 4. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Baseball 4, Softball l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Fire Patrol 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, Music Club 4, Operetta 4, Milestone Staff 4, Class Play 3, 4. i1Qi!Lar?iv.5FaiH2?1: hB.""fLiEL'!?'XihR5 i .ifiii 'M'h1'l3-w di?....'4T47'4 5 na.: 1'SL7i4A'!R.I1:!ETiEWE17'ld-Lib FIRST GRADE we like school because, I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I'like I like I lilfn. I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like I like , like I like I like I like I like I like I like to reel to make things with blocks to color to work and play to write to color better than anything else to write on the board to drew pictures to write my ABC's to read about Dick and Jena to make things ' to cut and paste pictures to count, und write my numbers, and reed to paint to do ell the things at school to ploy games to build things at recess to play with other girls . to write numbers and count Shirley A to make things of paper to ploy to sing songs and ploy in the bend everything about school to read to write, and reud, and color to swing ut school to play outside to color ond .ke things to write on the blackboerds school because I have so many friends ' to count and add to write my AEC's - ,- Tony McC1uskey Joe Hedrick Ali ce Mclh ment Danny Dudgeon Jennie Burch Barbara DcVoro Patty Bevington Sharh Ashburn George Fowler Jack Harding Richard Elock Harold Kunkel Gary Nell Barbara smith Carol Butler James Ashburn Billy Buffman Vary Eillmon nn Ltringfellow Gerald Heekins Jimmy Ransom hllen Hckee Lobby Lise Jimmy Lewis Kay smith Mary Scott Ninn-strc? ht Billy .traight Jimmy White Kathy owank Jimmy bhrinplen Betty Tiblett C A , f I ', - ,o N19 JDE 'F SECOND GRADE This year, because of the large enrollment, the first and second grades were divided. Miss Frick'taught first graders only, Mrs. Law- rence taught second graders only, and Mrs. Handwork taught both first and second graders. Mrs. Handwork's second graders have been a big help to the nstartersn in every way. The second grade rooms have received many new books and materials this year such as modeling clay, health and citizenship posters to color, air and water transportation sets to construct, color charts, an art easel, and many beautiful new books. These new materials have given us much pleasure and we have learned a'great deal from them. One of our new books is called Set the Clock, and there is a little clock with movable hands right in the book! It is fun to tell time wwith the help of this book. We have learned many new things this year. We can spell several new words, and we are now writing instead of printing. We also know when to use capitals, periods, and question marks, and we know rmany, many more reading words. It has been fun working and playing together. We shall always remenr ber our parties and celebrations, including Halloween, when we put on our masks and costumes and paraded in the gymg and Christmas, when we decorated our trees and exchanged giftsg and Valentine's Day. Making Valentine boxes and sending valentines to our friends was fun. Yes. it has been a good year together. Our class is a gay little one With its number of 21, We read, and write, and spell And mind our teacher very well. Our spirin nevcr lag or fade, For we're a happy second grade. September brings mornings cool, Time to hurry back to school. ' We learn to read, and write, and spell, we liko'nrithmetic-quite well. When our lessons are all done- Our new library books are fun. THIRD GRADE Twenty-seven third graders are we, And always as busy as can beg We start reading at 9 by the clock. I We finish by recess, and to the ngymn we all flock. We play and run and have a grand time, But in 15 minutes we fall back into line. We now study language iletters, commas, periods, and suchl Then we start spelling-Say, can you spell nmuchn? . At 11:15 we have our hot lunch, Then we run and play with the rest of the bunch. Noon is now past and we go back to work, We add and multiply without any shirk, Writing, geopraphy, science, and art-- These are the subjects in which we take part. Do you think that's a lot? Then you don't know alll It takes more than these to make us stall! We do a project each month of the year-- Indians, Birds, and Foreign Lands are some we hold most dear This is one dag in the Third-grade Room: Come in to seg us some day soon. E, 1 FIRST GRADE first Row: Mary Billman, Tilly Huffman, Jane Sapp, Billie Marta, Jimmy Lewis, Susie Ryan, Patty Sevington, Barbara Devore, Collen Styers, Kay Smith, Jimmy Ransom, George Fowler. Second Row: Mrs. Handwork, Harold Tablett, Barbara Smith, Carol Butler, Jennie Burch, James Ashburn, Joe Hedrick, Ellen McKee, Shirley Strlngfellow, Miss Frlck. Third Row: Kathy Swank, Danny Dudgeon, Gary Nell, Harold Kunkel, Jimmy WHTte, Betty Tablett, Tony McCluskey, Gerald Meekins, Bobby Wise, Rose Mary Mcmanaway, Mary Scott. Cnbsent--Sarah Ashburn S ?Richard HlackgJack Hardingg alice McJamentg line otraightg Hilly Straight, Jimmy 5hrimpler.D SECOND GRADE First Row: Deanna Brokaw, Maxine Hall, Earl Tier, Faye Delauder, IHEi?leIhw1s, Mary Lee Dudgeon, Lelson Wolfe, Jane Huffman, Jean Balderson, Terry Walker, Billie Jean Brinning, Merle Heldman. Second Rowg Mrs. Lawrence, Jerry Brady, Jack Ransom, Billy Ryan, UTER'HaTTT Robert Wilson, Steve Smith, Wayne Potes, Josephine Frye, Sallie Imel, Eleanor McKee, Mrs. Handwork. Third Rowg Richard woolison, Jean Sapp, Lee McPhail, Peter Frye, John West, Charles Mcwanaway, Billy Wagner, Billy West. inbeent-- Betty Ann Roochg Georgie ann Lahmen. THIRD GRADE First Row: Allen Biggs, Patricia Gardner, George Kobayashi, Marj- orie Mann, Stephen Jacobs, Dorothy Duncan, Larry Gardner, Faith Marks, Marilyn McCalla. ' 1 ,Second Row: Karl McKee, Gerald Bevlngton, Mrs. Cooper, Gary Be- Eeut, Pauline Gorsuch, Gilbert Dickerson, Emiko Otsuji.' - Third Row: Sandra Ward, Selly Stout, Jimmy Wyant, Janis Hedrick, Garoline Black, Ralph Smith, George Jacobs, Joe Ransom, ' Kenneth But1sr.QAosent--Mary Shrlmpllng Paul Smith.J F. . ,K B H FOURTH ERADE J Eirst Bow: Charles Wolfe, Vary vaxiae Speaks, Wayne Sapp, Ronald Ottsen, Jack Monette, Robert Irost, Walter McKee, Virginia.Duncan, Joyce Ransom, Arthur Eoling, Ponnie Petry, Betty Jane Lawson. Second Bow: Mary.Mayhury,?Yyonne'MShrimplin, Emma Lou Hedrick, Marie Thlte, Mary Sue Jameson, Mrs. Bigis, Qlizabeth Jameson , Kathryn smith, Robert Lewis, Kay Lybarzer, Sidney Paterson, Doris Davis. - i , l Third Bam: Lee 'Ashburn, Leonard 'Myers, Rictard Frost, Charles Ransom, Duane Skrimplin, Judith NcCluskey, Naxine ,Cunninjham, Jean Ereece, Janette Hageman, Gerald Reynolds, Virrinia Brining, Fgnrth Egwg Lowell Heldman, Allen Table, Leroy Lawson, Walter Sapp. A 'FIFTH mass First Row: Carol Burch, Narv Jane Marts, Vary Frances Balcom, Barbara Ryan, Vary Roach, Clarice Warner, Shirley Huffman, Yvonne Young. , 7 Second Row: Linda Ralston, Jares Brady, Doris Tahlett, Paul Smith, hrs. Swing, Earl Gorsuch, Stanton Sapp, Kenreth Porter , Rodney Scott. H jhggg Bowl Earold Tier, Robert Fowler, Carolyn Hall, Ray Gorsuch, Sally Henderson, Filly Delauder, Alice Tier, Harry Gardrer, David Potes, Mae Smith , C Absent Dick Bailey, John Rahamina,PatHy Shrimplin. ' SIXTH GRADE Eirst Row: Marilyn Keeler, Patty Ransom, Ann Titus, Nancy Stout, Rosella Frye, Buster Ransom, Shirley Frye. Second Bow: Janet Lower, Frances Eeach, Vau7hn Stoutenburg, Vrs. Leldman, Joanne Ashburn, Jane Otsuji, vharles Potes. - I Ihird gow: Linda lrillhart, stanley NcNabb, Lelen Shanyfelt , Mildred Hedrick, Burl Lybarfer, Lea Hathaway, Billy Transue, Jean Harding, James Vaybury, Lenor Dickerson, John Shrlfplin. 3 FOURTH GRADE Seven boys and girls from other schools, including two from other states, joined our class in September and made it the largest class in the building with sn enrollment of t'irty eight History, which began with the cave dwellers, and science, which explained the 'Fwhy" of Nature to us-were two subjects which we enjoyed very much. Ke also liked arithmetic drills in which the boys competed with the girls, He were quite evenly matched. - Our Nothers' club organized end conducted two candy sales. .The proceeds were used to buy a clock for our room. lef" We were e very active group. The boys liked to play basketball and the girls enjoyed bouncing-bell games. We tried to be good citizens by practicing the rules of politeness and fair play. , , D yen, neg c .Q , ' "l"' .. rein fF5rHs.fWe ' Wee' 'fie. . lf X ' cfm I w '.'.w "" -r Aileen genie, f fir-"1" ' J ' x iff --'r1 -5- 'Q'2"'i-fi'ff-52-1214 - , :ff -'L . d A, N ,if'.:25?E52:2'f.1"'f"1' J" X.-gx 1-.,j:22 4-', ,' ' '59 F1-' 2, .. .,' gil.,-14gg1:'f3j2-5 , M, . we " " ral" .1551 iii' 50- Y' 1"'ji5:f"' L 4131-"ft ' 'Www f 'sexi' Qirww ' f5Auf0f5WrFKWfx! fs New j -wif e I' W4--1,3::',4g' . LV 1 :-:-:-f:-:5:r:-'.f:- me-in-1,wif.-:S:.Q.1:2S1'1ffm,--, ,.w. isvI1'f1'11a .551 'ici-.f'i1-"f':1.' -.a:':.1.z:1...gcafff-'w522?2.32:2:fl'-ez.:Qgs'2S2'1:f1--:1':1'f"'11:f -5' ,1 yy .Aga , .4.-. l FIFTH GRADE Our room began its year with an enrollment of thirty-one. Since then, several have moved away, others have entered, leaving an enrollment of twenty-eight. We have changed two of our textbooks this year. The new geography book and the Basic Header are very interesting and deal with neun phases of the work. Too, the Mothers' Club ha purchased "Travel: ogues" for each child. These letters will become a part of our school library. The class library has grown eonsiderably this year. An anonymous gift of ten dollars helped to purchase this year's Ohio Reading Circle books. The Board of Bducation bought fifteen other books for our library..The Nt. Vernon library has also lent us many books. Thus, when any of us completes his work, he is at liberty to spend his leisure time in pleasure reading. The Yothers' Club has also purchased enough games for our enter- tainment at noon and recess in case the weather is too bad to go out-of-doors. We think we are learning to become better citizens by observing a few simple rules. SIXTH GRADE After a pleasant su mer vacation, it was good to start back to school, meeting old friends and making new ones. The second week we started a new course--religious education. We had a nice teacher, Miss Stahley, who came to our nxm once a week and who did a fine job of teaching. We had a lot of fun. In October we were asked to help in a P-T. A. program. So our teacher, Mrs. Heldman, started to teach us our parts for a Dutch scene. Miss Frick played the piano for us. After we heard about the Freedom Train we brought in clippings and put them on the bulletin board. We thought we might get to see it but it didn't come our way in time. We had to borrow some money from the Kothers' Club to buy our Travel Letters. In an effort to pay the mothers we had a candy sale. But we got only half the amount. So we collected .sales tax stamp! to earn money for the remainder. We then started a bird study and broughtixxbird nests. Mr. Grove came in one day and gaveus somelbooksion birds to read. 'Mr. Ehr- hardt gave us a talk about birds, and played recordaof bird calls for us. We enjoyed the Halloween party. We put theesandwiches on a tray on one of the desks a nd some one knocked them off. Only halfof them were saved. A We put on a play during National Education Week. 'It was called HA Good American.N Jane Otsuji md.Buster Ransom played the lead- ing roles. They did a very good job. Everyone had a part at the November P-T. A. meetin7. Our play went over with a bang! In our reading we read about the early postriders. The people at the post office taught us some very interesting things. They told about some of the starps. We also learned what happens to our mail. . We had some educational movies. One was about soap soulpturing. After we read and learned more about it we started to make soap images. Some of the class were able to make very interesting carvings out of a bar of soap. At Christmas time we exchanged gifts and enjoyed another party. While learning to write checks in arithmetic we visited the Gambier Peoples Bank to learn what we could about check writing and checking accounts. We found that some of ouryclaasm teszall ready have saving accounts in the bank. As we studied about the invention of the telegraph in history, one of the boys brought his telegraph set. Mr. Heldman showed us how to send messages on it. SEVENTH GRADE President--Bobby Ransom Vice-President--Earl Kidd Secretary--Dale Tier Treasurer--Mona Jean Myers Student Council--Joann Styers .Adviser--Mrs. Bennett - There are 27 pupils in our class--15 boys and 12 girls. We have served refreshments at the basketball games and we had ati istmas party in the home room. We have completed several classroom projects. The science class visited the Pittsburgh Plate Company. In history class the girls dressed dolls to look like foreign dolls. In geography we made a map of the College-Gambier School District showing all the roads, houses, and points of interest. In English we made book covers for book reviews during National Book Week. We had a Junior High 'bakkggball lteam and ipiayel. several other schools. SIXTH GRADE Ccontinuedj During the year we had five radio programs that we listened to weekly. Sometimes the sixth grade had music with the fifth grade. As part of our health study we had a Valentine party so that we could prove that we knew good manners. Our class started in September with 25 members. Nancy Stout and John Shrimplin came in from Mt. Vernon during the first semester. After Christmas Jane Otsuji moved to Columbus, Billy Transue went to France, and Nancy Stout went back to Mt. Vernon. EIGHTH GRADE President---Boyd McCalla Vice President---Delia Brokaw Secretary---Marilyn Durbin Treasurer---Marilyn Fawcett Adviser---Mr. Lynch Our class started out with twenty-five members. We lost five and gained two so we now have twenty-two members left in our class. Elsie Potes was chosen as our representative to the Student Council. We had one hayride this year for which we invited guests and our chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. Lynch. For our Junior Hi basketball team we had seven boys from our room, and the cheerleaders were Delia Brokaw and Marilyn Fawcett. We played ten games and won five. We won third place in the Junior Hi Tournament and Dale Worley won first place in foul shooting in Knox County. I We served refreshments twice at basketball games,when we played Danville and Bladensburg. For the annual schoflrhrnival we raffled off a parrakeet and operated another cmngession. We made eleven dollars. In April, we took the State Department Scholarship tests for eighth graders. Six members were awarded certificates fc' placing high in the test. NINTH GRADE Presidentf-Thelma Williams Vice President--Helen Tier Secretary--Betty Frye Treasurer--Dolores Young Adviser-4Mr. Heldman Student Council--Kenneth Lynch There are twenty-two members of the ninth grade--twelve girls and ten boys. Two of our classmates played on the Reserve basketball team this year, Owen Butcher, and Richard Ransom. Betty Frye is a Reserve cheerleader. Helen Tier was chosen to be an attendant of'the Gmubier homecoming Queen at the basketball game with Danville. In February the ninth graders went to Columbus for a trip through the Farm Bureau home offices in connection 'with our new class, Occupational Information. We enjoyed this class with its opportu- nity for meeting with all high school teachers. Our class took part in the Christmas program and also in the operetta. We had two members with speaking roles in the operetta Helen Tier and Beverly Dudgeon. We have served refreshments at two ball games and have 378.97 in our treasury. 1 1. if Sociaf Scievce -...-qv... - .,.-, W-, . SEVENTH GRADE Firet Row: Mary Jane Eevore, Joanne Styers, Bobby Ransom, Janet Frye, Patty Coljin, Jim Wray, Dorothea Mcgalla, Dale Tier , Mona Myers, Sidney Walker. Second Rgwg Earl Kidd, Ruth Ann Hickman, Ralph Brooks, Greta Ta5IeEt, Vrs. Bennett, Patty Wyant, Norma Mann, Bonnie Wlshbaujh, Ida Huffman. Third Row: Marilyn Myers, Mari Lou Ryan, James Gardner, Paul Frye, Paul Gorsuch, Nelvin Scott, Larry lardner, Carl Williams. P A EIGHTH GRADE First Row: Glenna Hanger, Elsie Potes, Zondra Bevington, Herman mann Rith Hardinc Wayne McKee David Brillhart Boyd McCalla I ul i I Jeanette Frye. Second Row: Eddie Huehour, Marilyn Durbin, Fred Speaks, Delia Brokaw, Mr. Lynch, Marilyn Fawcett, Dan Sapp, Miriam Shreve, Bob Porter. Third Row: Charlotte healer, Donna Nell, Jane Yeager, James Ee5out, Bill Stout, Gerald Wilson, Dale Morley. CAbsent-Velma Milleri NIVTH GRA'T in First Bgwg Thelma Milliams, Farie Scott, Dick Ransom, Dolores Young, Richard Demiller, Lee Bevinlton, Betty Frye. Second Row: Glenn Butler, Gordon Clutter,Margperite Frye, Mr. Feldman, Ruth Ann Huffman, Jim Steele, Helen Tier. Third Row: Jean Gorsuch, Owen butcher, Beverly Dudjeon, Kenneth EyncE, IEelie Hojle, Caroline Butler, Glenn Bricker. 1 f 4 4 4 i w X I 1 1 W w 1 W 1 i SOPHONORE CLASS First Row: Lois Kohl, Lorena Gorsuch, Beverly Sullivan, Jeanne Hatha- way, Jane Grossman, Kenneth Reynolds. Second Row: Earl Gorsuch, Roy Steinmetz, Margaret Smith, Mr. Keller, Virginia Brooks, Ethel Scott, Jim Kunkle, CAbsentg Barbara Beachl. JUNIOR CLASS First-Row: Shirley Bemiller, Alberta St. John, Mrs. Pinkley, Stanley fahion, Twila Horn Second Row: Kenneth Wann, Carroll Dial, Cliffton Durbin. STUDENT COUFCIL Kenneth Lynch, Elsie Potes, Earl Gorsuch, Alberta St. John, Joanne Styers. fAbeentg Donna Fawcettl. JUNIOR CLASS President--Kenrth mann Vice Presidenr--Clifton Durbin Secretary-Treasurer--Carroll Dial Student Council--Alberta St. John Our class consisted of six old members and two new ores enrolled. Later on one member withdrew leaving us a total of selen 'unhbers. We were well represented on the basketball squad by Carroll Dial, Clifton Durbin, and Stanley Lahmon. Shirley Bemiller was a cheer- l.er.ders, Alberta St., John was represbntative to the Student Council for our class. Those participating in the Music Club and operetta were, Carroll Dial, Clifton Durbin, Alberta St. John, and Shirley Bernina- ler. Shirley was chosen from our class as an attendant to the queen durlna'the homecoming coronation. Owing to the fact that we have a very small class, we asked the Tenth Graders to help in our olasssplay, "Reserve Two for Murder." Mrs. Bennett and Mrs. Tescher directed the play, and to demonstrate -our appreciation to all, we sponsored a party on January 26. Our year was also highlighted bv the Junior-Senior Prom, in which we honored the graduaQing class. On April SO we decorated the gym, donned our formals, rustled up some food, and enjoyed an evening of dancing with our departing friends. ffigglil-Ynliliyf 'gi I mX K K, 4J..q,. . X. X. 'A'-.2f..q'n'sVlf,1-isv: f S.,f7'Vi'29A-'S Ha' y n 9 F ki! 'N'-1 .V 'V f in 5, ,555 X X ,,u - I W, , -.. W-5 l W4 , ,,.- 2' ,. ' 5 f- - ' ' T M -, P ' . i ',A . 1s 'ZW' - " vi 1e" ' if if :Q if gf' Ut - , ,Af -,fd . 'af - 0.1" ,Q fx. STU DENT C OUNC IL President--Donna Fawcett 'V Vice President--Earl Gorsuch Secretary--Albeta St. John Adviser--Nr. Wilson - ,fd Our first fob was to supervise the election of cheerleaders. The upper six grades took part in the election, voting for six cheerleaders. ' - W ' - ,. i- , We also set up.a schedule for serving refreshments gat the ball games and at noon. Candy was sold by the varlpus clubs as a means of raising money for their activities. 'z We also scheduled the assembly programs put on by each club dur- ing the year. The Girls' Athletic Association was selected to sell tickets at the ball games. H A For the first time the Gambier Student Council, jdlned the Wa- tional Association of Student Councils, which is supported by the Qational Educational Association. We undertook the job of printing a handbook for the benefit of the pupils coming in to the seventh grade and new pupils enter- ing the school. Alberta St. John and Earl Gorsuch were elected Co-Editors of the handbook. The following members were assigned to writing various parts of the handbook: Athletics--Earl Gor- such, Clubs--Joan Styers and Kenneth Lynch, Rules and Regula- tions--Elsie Potes and Alberta St. John, Study Helps--Kenneth Lynch, and Curriculum--Mr. Wilson. It is hoped that the hand- tbook will be ready for distribution next fall. A poster contest was sponsored in which better 'manners in the cafeteria were stressed. Pupils from grades five to twelve com- peted for the first, second, and third prizes and the posters were displayed in the cafeteria as reminders. , The Council also sponsored the noutstanding Students in American High Schoolsn project, in which three seniors were elected for write-ups in the publication of the same name. This pamphlet receives national circulation and aids the persons to obtain em- ployment, admittance to college, and serves ,as a stumulus to better work. 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PARENT-TLLCHQRS ASSOCIATION President--Dr. John Black Vice President--Mr. Herbert McNabb Secretary-Treasurer-fNrs. Robert Ransom Reporter--Mrs. Vesta Lynch The R-T.A. functioned this year with the primary purpose of inquiring into the operation of the school in order to make re- commendations and lend the organization's support to its improve- ment. Twelve committees were appointed to study the following problems refardini the school and to report their findings and re- commendations to the entire Troup: Student Tr.nsfor,, Teacher Transfer, Curriculum, Special iducation, Student Achievement, Pro- motion and Retardation, Tiquioment and grounds, Textbooks and Teac!!- ins Aids, Health and Sanitation, School Lunches, Community Serwce, Extra-curricular Activities, and School Finance. Most of the reetinis were held in the library so that the children present could h.ve an ogfortunity for supervised play in the gymnasium. At the second meetin' in October, the elementary grades provided entertainment in the gym. At the November meeting the sixth Trade presented e playlet in observance of American Education Week. At another reetint the Dramatic Club entertained prior to the reiular meeting with the one-act play, HNot Quite Such a Goose.n The December meeting was h-zh1i1hted with a Christ- mas cerol nrogrsn by the hifh school music classes and a Christmas treat sponsored by the organization which featured a visit from St. Nicks Refreshments were provided after each meeting' One hundred fifteen dollars was realized from e food, duction held in February. The P-T.A- also sponsored two round and square dances during the winter months. From the ordanization's funds they helped to purchase the merry-go-round for the play ground, mm up a fund for the aid of needy children, and made several other contributions to school equipment. I In March Dr. E. B. Sessions of the Tducational Research Bur- eau, Ohio State University, outlined for the P-T,A. what shouldlr expected from tho small school in the way of curriculum, buildingg and equipment. A Not a part of the P-T.A. but working closely with it, were the various mothers clubs which met fygquently durinf the year by grades and actively supported the grade's work. I f-1- HUSIC ' ' , . f. ., X 4 - ' , - Once again a full-scele music program gdsunder way in the high school this year. Mr. K. W, Findley came to us ,one dey e week from Ohio Strte University where he is studying for his doctorate Classes were conducted in vocel and instrumental music. Several mtudcnts were able to get started on new instruments. , , Ou: first production of the year was n Christmas program for.the entertainment of the P.T.A. ,It consisted ofq Christmas csrols my the chorus and several smell group numbers. 'In May we presented the light opera, nlove Pirates of Hcwrii.H Members of the fclxss prapnred.the scenery end most of the property used in the produe- tion, tThe mein characters were sr follows: '. fd ' Dorothy--Albenrte St A. John Understudy Shirly'Bemiller Miss-Primere-Beverly Sullivan Q Understudy--Beverly Dudgeon ,Lehus--Beverly Dudgeon Kernlani--Helen Tier Neilo-eJQretta Brokaw Billy--Eer11Gorsuch , Chief--Ernest Farmer Understudyv-Roy Green. m 'Scary--Roy Green' . - - ,... ' Y . . , I . The followins officers were elected to assist Mr. Fihdley in con- ducting the glee clubs: - 1 1 , I President-fJorctte Brokaw Vice President--Ernest Farmer r . Secretary-Treggusgp-Donna Fawcett i c' ,1Esrl Gorsuch V A music club was also orgenized for 'those who wished to ffollow the interest still iurthcn The club raised funds to support its Ectirities end that of the music progrem, Officers of the club .'n-aA6,!.LIW .v A 1 Q A I 1 I ' President--Beverly Hathaway Secretary--Bobby Ransom if .I DWXVATICS CLUB President---Ba rha ra Teach Vice Pfesident---Lois Kohl Secretary---Jane Grossman Tres surer---Jelia Brokaw Adviser---Mrs. Kennett - This is just a new club this year and its twenty-three members include both Junior High and Senior Hich School students. Our greatest accomplishment was the purchase of a complete make- up kit for the use of the school. Also, we presented a one-act play, both to the hifh school students in assembly and a f,T.n. meeting. Its name was "Not .Quite Such a Goose." '.'1'e also have had seyeral candy sales. At Christmas time we had a party and exchanged gifts.We a11'had a very nice time. , Next year me hope to do more for the school in way of promoting dramacties and in developing our abilities along this line. F4 i . . f, , W k 'xjf,-1 Q,--I JF I BFlCHf.1TFlCJE- F .vi . -fav --- JUAIOR WUUIC CLALS First Row: Dale Tier, Bud XcCalla, Eddie Hushour, Robert Ransom Larry Gardner, Sidney walker, Bill Gray, Wayne melee, David Brillhart, Bill Buell. A second Row: Mary Jane Levore, Bonnie bishbaugh, Janet Frye,Patty Colgin, Honna Jyers, Dorothy McCalla, farilyn Fawcett, Delia Brokaw, Zondra Bevington. Third Row: Norma Mann, Ida huffman, Joan Ltyers, Greta Tablett, Martha Ryan, Elsie Potee, Janette brye, Elena Hanger. Fourth Row: Paul Frye, James Gardner, Paul Goreuch, Dale Morley Marilyn Myers, Miriam ihreve, Jane Yeager, Charlotte Keeler, Donna Nell, James Bebout. MUbIC CLALS First How: Thelma williams, Auth Huffman, Betty Frye, bhirley Bemiller, Margaret Frye, Jean Hathaway, uharline Lpeaks, Joretta Brokaw, Beverly Hathaway. second low: Ethel Jane scott, Twlla Born, Caroline Butlen folores Young, Helen Tier, Lois mohl, Barbara Beach, Ruth Sigman Lorena Gorsuch, alberta Lt. John, Beverly Sullivan, Mrs. Bennett Third Row: James Yeager, Lrnest barmer, James Kunkle, Beverly Dudgeon, Jean Goreuch, Jane Grossman, Larl Gorsuch, Carroll Dial Norma Frye, Kildred Nell, Tr. Findlay. DlAiATlu CLUB First How: David Brillhart, Beverly Dudgeon, Jean Hathaway, Bale Morley. :econd Row: Margert smith, Marilyn Durbin, Marilyn Fawcett, Eelia Broiaw, Beverly hathaway, Zondra Eevington, Elsie Potes, Thelma williams, Beverly bullivan, Barbara Beach, Margaret brye. Third Bow: ViPSlUiG Brooks, Caroline Butler, Billy Buell, Lois Kohl, Mildred Nell, Marie scott. SENIOR Ll-Y Roy Steinmetz, James hence, kr. wilson, Jim Kunkle, Ienneth Reynolds Earl Gorsuch Fred Clark Harry Ross James Yeager Oliffton Durbin Ernest rarmcr R Y-TRANS First Row: Glenna Manger, Ida Huffman, Crete Tablett, Marilyn kyers, mary Lou Ryan. Second Rowg Joanne stycrs, Ruth Ann Hickman, Kary Jane Devore, Norma Mann, Nona Myers, Pat wyant.. JUNIOR EI-Y First Row: Sidnef Welker, Bob Ransom, Larry Gardner Wayne Melee ,Ft----l. H u 3 I. , nan Sapp, Earl klou, Billy Buell, Jim Garcner. ' Second Row: Jim Grey, Carl williams, Dale Tier, Hoya lcCallc, Dale Worley. Third Row: Bob Porter, Ralph mreoks, Paul Frye, Hill Qtout, Paul GorsucE. . J 1 ' SENIOR HIHY CLUB President--Ernest Farmer Vice President--James Yeager Secretary-Treasurer--Roy Green Adviser--Mr. Wilson The Hi-Y club organized again this year with eleven members from the tenth eleventh,and twelfth grades. Because of the difference in age? of boys from grades seven to twelve, involving different types of personal problems, it was decided to maintain separate clubs for the first three grades of high school and the upper three grades. Most of our semi-monthly meetings were devoted to of moral and social problems met by members of the Club this year became ship, the Ohio-West Vir Y.M.C.A. During the Thanksgiving two-day conference at N aldiscussion group. The Hi-Y Fellow- Mt. Vernon ffiliated with the'National inia Area Council, and the holidays the Club sent its president to a the Deshler-Wallick Hotel in Columbus. This congress was sponsored by the Area Council and conducted several workshops on problems pertinent to the delegates. Ernest Farmer later reported the activities of the Congress to members of the Club. The Club conducted a religious service for the high school stud- ents at an assembly program in December. In an attempt to im- prove our personality and character, a round te,le discussion was held at which we criticized and appraised the personal traits 'of each member. We learned some ttings about ourselves which we didn't know. One Sunday morning in March the Club attended church services in a body. Later in the spring we attended church services with dates and enjoyed a picnic in the afternoon.. - We have also raised money for our activities by selling-candy at noon. It is hoped that we can get sufficient funds to send a delegate to the Hi-Y camp this summer. Y-TEEN CLUB President--Betty Frye Vice President--Ruth Hickman Secretary--Dolores Young Treasurer--Jean Gorsuch Adviser--Mrs. Pinkley There are twelve members in the Y-Teens, During the ings held this year,we studied good manners at home In March we presented, in an assembly progrnm, our proving manners.We hnve learned to knit. We'knitted afghan which we auctioneered at our spring festival obtain money for new projects next year. I f fws'f- W-Q J' 3 T gg " ., QQ Rx I Ii ' if l. :V N XNXN1f' I fijjfgjziq ?"'f. N is fx-11'--Az e - ' - '. -J-f 1 -s .- ff w' , -n "' Q several meet- and at schooL ideas for imp Wblocks'for an in order to JUNIOR'Hi4Y CLUB President---Larry Gardner Vice President---Paul Frye Secretary---Earl Kidd, Adviser---Mr.Kel1er' Pls this was the first year the Junior Hi-Y has been organized ata ,Gambier we decided that a health building program and development of good sportsmanship would be a good method to advance Christian fellowship. We selected as our chief activity for the year that of learning the art of tumbling and acrobatics. We have'pract1ced stunts such as back flips, summer saults, ,hand springs,- pyramid building, standing on our hands, and walking on our hands. These points are being incorporated into our program .this yurr as we build toward a bigger and better organization fer the fu- ture. . .. .....- . -..... 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A. :rr .,xPL' v , - 1 X D IG gy IN m y QK m2Gfm"x C f'5 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Presicent--Charline Speaks Vice President--Donna Fawcett Secretary--Joretta Brokaw Treasurer--Norma Frye Adviser--Mr. Lynch I As ggifgs of the G.A.A. we have given our pledge to be: - generous - independent R- respectful L- lovable 3- social helpers G I A- athletic T- trustful H- haPd'Jcrhcrs L- lenient E- energetic T- truthful I- interested C- cooperative A- ambitious S- sincere S- sociable O- on the move C - considerate I- illustrious A- active T- tactful I- induscflnus - original - neat O N This year our club has sponsored tke following activities: G.A.A. Christmas Lance, Homecoming Dance, and Several post-game dances. We have sold season basketball tickets, we have put on an aassem- bly program, handled the gate at all games, . cl,:5fl fnd re- arranged the trophy case. In order to raise money we have sold Gambier T-shirts, had two candy sales, and sold refreshments at the P.T.A. round-and-square dance. A point system has been worked out whereby members may earn a UG.u We feel that we have carried out our duties well and hope the Club will continue to be as successful. CAME RA CLUB President--Paul Dailey Vice-President--Fred Clark Secretary-Treammnr--Kennth Mann p Adviser--Mr. Heldman This ygar, for the first time, a Camera Club was organized. The- adviser, Mr. Heldman, and Kenneth Lynch were the only ones whokmf had experience with photography. With their help and advice, each member learned how to take pictures and to develope prints. We have very little equipment with which to work. We hope before long we can acquire equipment sufficient'to do this kind of work. The The and Two school has a good dark room end some equipment. T Club 'sold candy at noon this year to to support the Club's activities. raise money for equipvzm cameramen from Kenyon Colle'e spoke at some of our meetings, sharing their photography experiences and work. They invited the Club to watch their work at the campus studio. The and seventeen members are all boys from the ninth, tenth, elevenil twelth grades. -4 I 7 fl Ja ' N ,gee me emma .17 f' a 1 ' GOAQAI First Row: Beverly Sullivan, Lois Konl,Twila Horn,Jean HeH1away, S1iFTe?mFemiller,Beverly Hathaway,Joretta Hrokaw,Charline Speaks, Seconi Pow: Mr. Lynch, Virginia Brooks,Ethe1 Scott, nrwh Sigman IIT3rUd'N5ll, Jane Grossman, Norma Frye, Barbara Beach, Lorena Gorsuon, Alberta St.John, Margaret Smith. CAMERA CLUB l Mr. Heldman Kenneth Reynolds Glen gplckep Lee, BeVi1'1gtO1'1 Jim Kunklg Lesly H0e1e Kenneth Lynch Stanley Lahmon Fpgd Clgpk Dllfbifl Ernie Farmer Jim HCKGG Kenneth Mann Dick Eemiller paul Dgilgy Jim YGUECF Dick Ransom Gordon Clutter Roy Steinmetz 1 JUNIOR G.A.A. First Rowg Ruth Huffman, Lone Myers, Dorothea Mccelle, Janet Frye, Bonnie Fishbaugh, Delia Hrokaw, Betty ,rye. Second gow: Patty Colgin, Zondra Revington, Marilyn Durbin, Ueanefte Frye, Marilyn Fawoette, Elsie Potes, Charlotte Keeler, Jane Yeager, Ida Huffman. Third Row: Marilyn Myers, Marguerite Frye, Delores Young, Helen Tier, Beverly Dudgeon, Jean Gorsuch, Donna Nell, Pat Wyant. mfg? Q, ,ff-ff 1' Saww, ,M if 4 5 3 ...K if Q 1--Q sf Q. S 4 8 v 5 , 1 I W ' l " fgnf K 1 . I' A 'f ' it E X 5 f E le E 5 L 'Wir "'. ww 'Q Aft ' W X, ,,, -iam si ,As 5' 1 A:g?i'l-555.1 a 44mm wg 3:52, u!? 4+- mm L ii 1 'I ' , , ei 352 a ri . Q M- L rim iw. ag? ii Qgee wfff A W 135: Y . ,vii 35 13 t W gif A ww! 3 M S if A 1 assi 1 4 -Q , , R 3 5 Ki i 3? ' ' Egfg ' Q35 P H S , ,. . ...... -: -5 Ag uf i Q Q wM,Q uwwi? 'wi 25 K he X 1 -.z,,,.: . Zz. y J- S 5K I I Q ' ' y . f : -1 , , ' , l . Z , 9 I 1 CHEMISTRY LAB? ' We Wonder Who? 6 E Q Paul Gunia ' 1 the y f Janitor K uw, . , .-4, Lie ,....-a a . 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P f .-- Q , . .- .jf s - -Im. Ks . I . - , f . y xl. N- l ' :- '. "1 ' .' " G' 2 yi X F' 5-. X K Xl ' X v- 1 X ' 2 ff 'Sf ' ' ' ' J ' ' if? . .. :px I uh. ' 2 X xx i 'lfiffsff-. ' ' l ,:..f j: '- U: GDGDUUBAYXIQL After 4 years without football, Gambier launched a six-man team this fall. Drilling was begun the second week ofechool and new uniforms and equipment were obtained just in time for the opener. The first game was with Howard the evening of September 26 under their lights. Howard, having anenmeri- eneed team, defeated us, but not without a tough battle. The score was 26 to O. OCTOBER-3 ' After the initial defeat, we came back strong to trounce Amity 50 to'8 in cn interesting game. A touchdown was scored by Schnebly, 2 by Gorsuch and Clark. Amity cams through with a well-timed pass to Hanger for six points, Then they made their extra points. ' OCTOBER l7 ' While practicing for the second Howard game, Eugene Schnebly was hurt and could not play the remainder of the season. The team demonstrated the effects of additional practice by holding the heretofore unseored on Howard team to a 22 to 6 score. The touchdown was made by Ernest Farmer on a pass from Earl Gorsuch. OCTOBER 25 The Pirates went to Amity to Play the last game 'Ue'aon 41 to 51 in a scoring battle. The points were seorid by Farmer, Clerk, and Dial. 3 After the season was over we elected Eugene Sehnebly as HONORARY CFPTATN. SUNVARY Gambier O Howard 26 Gambier 50 Amity 8 Gambier 6 Howard 22 Gambier 41 Amity 50 77 56 Those lost to the team through graduation are as follows: Eugene Schnebly, Fred Clark, Ernest Farmer, Roy Green, Jimmy Yeager, Jimmy McKee, Fav? Dailey,and Harry Ross.' fStnnldy Lahmon, Clifton Durbin, Carrol Dial, Earl Gorsuch, James Kunkle, Owen Eutcher,and Roy Steinmetz will form the nucleus of nent year s sited, I CHEERLEADERS At the beginning of football season the reserve and varsity cheerleaders were chosen by the student body. The varsity chit?- leaders are seniors--Charline Speaks, Norma Frye, .ini Joretta Brokaw, and a Spplum FQ Barbara Eeach. These girls were active during football season while the Reserve cheerleaders--a junior, Shirley Bemiller, and a freshmen, Betty Frye, were idle until the basketball season began. Mhen the Junior High formed a basketball team, the student body again electej cheerleaders. They are Delia Erokaw and Marilyn Fawcett who carried on the job very well. The Reserve cheerleaders have carried out their duty in spite of the many defeats o. their team. Shree of the Varsity cheerleaders have seen the Gambier Pirates through two years of championship and they were gl d 'to assist another fighting outfit this year. Like the team, the cheerleading squad is also suffering a great loss through graduation. But we hoge that the future graduates will be as successful in their victories in life as they have been in the previous years. To the returning veteran, Barbara Beach, they wish her lots of luck and many more successfulfyears in cheerleading. Ly! iff! a fix Nj, N P -X-x..,gg.-.- if ff K ff E X n ,W RESERVE BASKETBALL The reserve basketball team was composed of fourteen players. ?leven of these players had never played high school basketball ' h im rove- Eefore Although they won only one game they showed muc .p ment and gained velueble experienve for next yeor's team. d fficiertl to be promoted to next Lt least six players improve su . y yeer's versity. We are looking forward to e good team. Cjfzisxx Q. iff .'- I ffhkxYiEf ffx gig' :Tk X ! ' ' QQ, I K- K , 19 JR. HIGH RASLETRALL The Jr. High basketball team consisted of the seventh and eighth graders. They defeated Tolumbio and lost to it. Vernon twice. lheg played in the Jr. High Tnurnment :ne beet Dehville 16-15 out lost to St. Vincent 15-17. Those who sew the most action were Bob Ransom, Paul eorsuch, Fred Speaks, Dale Worley, Gerald wilson, Herman innn, end David Hrill- hart. Dole .orley won the county foul shooting trophy. H9 is FOOTBALL First Rom: Ernest Farmer, Roy Steinmetz, Carroll Dial, Eugene Eonngblyf Hcrry Rose, Jones McKee, Clifton Durbin. A 539935 Ben: Coach Russell Lynch, Jones Kunk1e,James Yeager, Pcul Dailey, Earl Gorsuch, Roy Green, Fred Clark. ' QYARSITY CHEBRLLADLRS Jcretto Brokaw, CLarl1ne Spe-Lc, Berber, Be-ch, Ncrmo Frye. VARSITY BASKETBALL , First Row: Manager Kenneth Lynch, Eceene Scnnetly, Rey Stcinnetz, Clifton Durbin, Free Clerk, Foul Dailey. Second Rom: Cc-ch Russell Lyncn, Jlwcs Yelcer, Roy Green, Ernest Former, Elrl Gcrcuch, C-rroll Dial, Nlnlger Dale Worley. Li RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Wlrst Rew--Left to rigggz Gerald Wilson, Manager, Stanley Lahmon, 'Tiff''5t?9'fM5't'V:,'f"D'f5k'Bau1s'om, Gordon Clutter, Owen Butcher. ' Second Row-mLefg no riggjz Mr. Lynch, Coach, Roy Green, Cliff, 357TrE'i'ii,"F1'5'if:Ty'IToss, Zfa"rro'T Dial, Jim McKee, Jim Kunkle, Dale Worley, Manager. -I RBSERVIJ BASKETBALI QHEERMADERS Shirley Bemiller, Betty Frye JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL TEAM First Row--Left to ri t: Boyd McCalla Wayne McKee Bob Ransom Sifiiney Waflier, D'z5Te Tier, Carl Williams., , ' Second Row--Left to rigntz Ed Hushour Bill Buell 'Paul Gorsuch 5avIH BriIIEarE, Mely n cott, Herman Mann, Coach Ernest Farmer. , Third Row--Left to ri t: Jim Bebout Dale Worle Fred S eaks G51-aId W IIson, EE'1"71"Kg'cT. 3 y, P , Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. .F Dec. DSC. or '- -N Dec. Dec. 4 Jan. Jane Jan. Jan, Jan. Jan. BASKLTBALL ROUND-UP To start the season we played Sparta :hd lost by 9 points, 55f44, Clark and Schnebly led in scoring. We suffered e pee at 'Pdain city 42-523 Clark added 16 points to his total. Running into a much better team, Grove City, we werede- feated 51-56, Clark scored 15. After three defeats, Gambier came to life to beat Ehisoq 41-40, paced by Clark, Schnebly, and Farmer. Gambier met Bladensburg. Just won by 5 points. Score 50-25. Clark scored 19 points. The team played without the heap of Gene Schnebly. Next was Centerburg and we were beaten one point, 50-21 Farmer led with ll po1nts.' After the defeat at Centerburg the Pirates came back strong to defeat Amity 42-27. Clark scored 16 points. The last league game until after Christmas was with St, Vincent. We won 50-27. Clark hit for 21 while Schnebly scored 15. Going to Johnstown in search of another victory the Pirates looked their best of the season. Score Gambier 52, Johnstown 42. Clark scored 14 while' Farmer and Schnebly tallied 15 each. We played Howard and lost 45 to 58. Schnebly scored 11 while Gorsuch collected 10, Next was Fredericktown, We suffered a trouncing, 67-55 The Danville game was interesting and exciting all the way but we lost 41 to 58. Clark and Schnebly scored '15 and 10 respectively. We went southeast to meet the Gay-Blades. We won by 10 points. Score was 45 to 55, with Schnebly scoring 20 Gambier met Centerburg and we lost 51 to 40. Clark scored 16, Farmer 11, and Schnebly 10. Gambier met Amity on the 1oser's court. The .Pirates came through with 44-25 victory. Clark led with 25 points and Farmer scored 10. ' BA.sfQ5'1'BALL BOUND-UP C CONTINUEDJ y Jan. 50 Pirates went to St. Vincent. It was a-close game but we came through with a score of 42-36. Clarke Qcored 19 points. Feb. 5 Howard at Gambier. Won by one point. Score was 40-38, Schnebly scored 19 points, while Gorsuch collected 12.-J Feb. 6 Fredericktown defeated Gambier 21 points. The score - 63-42. Schnebly netted 18 points. Feb. 15 Last game of the season. Danville came to Gambier and won 40-52. Clark scored 19 points. TOURNAMENT Feb. 21 Gambier payed Bladensburg. We won 58-36. Clark lol- lected 22 and Schnebly got 19. Feb. 27 Gambier played Danville. We lost 28-68, but we still had a chance for third place. Clark led with 14 points. Feb. 28 Gambier played Howard. Well we didn't make it this year, They won 52-45. Clark and Farmer scored 15 and 12 ra- ,gpeetitely. We started the season with our new coach--Russel Lynch, a former Gambier basketball star. After losing six players from last year! squad, the new team was composed of five seniors,two juniors, two sophmores, and one freshman. There will be another loss this year with five seniors--Fred 01ark,Eugene Schnebly, Ernest Farmer, Jim Yeager, and Paul Dailey--on the graduation list. The coach and team had a fair season after a year of hard work and cooperation. ' INDIVIDUAL SCORING Fred Clark 514 Paul Dailey 19 Eugene Schnebly 220 Carroll Dial 6 Ernest Farmer 141 Clifton Durbin 4 Earl Gonsueh 120 Roy Steinmetz 2 James Yeager 48 Owen Butcher O Q 'Spot 2 lSept 8 'Sept 19 Sept 25 Oclfe 3 Oct. l0 . JJ I Oct. 17 Oct. 23 Octe Oct. 50 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 11 Hov. 13 Nov. 18 Nov. 21 NOV: Nov. 27 Dec. 2' Dece 5-'- Deco 9' Dec.ll Decelz' Ded.l6G Dec.l8- Dec.l9- D6Ce24' D8C.25- Jan. 1- -Jan. 5' Jan. 9- Janulg' Jan.l5 Jan.l6- Jan.20- JBIIOQSO JBHOZ4' Jan.27 Jan.50- QC Q , MARCH or TIME ' ' --Back to school and hopes for a very happy year with our new principal, Mr. Wilson. This year is also the 'be- ginning of the endn for 16 seniors, f . --Football practice begins. 1 Q --Football game at Howard: tough luck, we lost. - --P-TA. Meeting. ' r --Football game with Amity here-Victory for us. --G.A.A. assembly. Musical numbers, the history of the c.A.A. was given, and a demonstration called WHow Not Tb Skaten was given by Marilyn and Charlotte Keeler andy Beverly Sullivana . --Football game with Howard here. Good gale but we wee defeated. ' ' --Gambier wins final football game at Am1ty." 1 --Teachers' Convention in Columbus: HOLIDAY ' A --R.T.A.'m.:t1ng. A on. act play 'Not Quite Such e'9eoee9 was given by the Dramatic club. Discmasion 'was 'Teacher and Student Transfer.N . --Dramatic Club gssembly. They presented their play, nNot Quite Such a Goose.n Jr. High cheerleaders chosen. ' --Eighth grade party. --Armistice Day vacation. V --P.T.A. meeting, uStudents Needs and Achievements' were, discussed and the program was the observance of American Education Week. --Sparta defeated the Piramrg in our first basketball game of the season. 5 --Pirates traveled to Plain City for another upset. -Pirates lose to tough Grove City team. --51---Thanksgiving holidays --Pirates edge Edison for first victory. --We win over Bladensburg for first league game. --PiratoH+travel to Centerbdrg. Tough luck,k1dS. ---P.T.A. meeting. Plant and Equipment," was the topic of discussion. 4 f -We beat Amity. - --Pirates won over St. Vincent for third league victory --P-T.A. meeting. High School Choruses and Christmas program. Thanks for the candy, Santa Claus. --This is our game, Johnstown. - --School dismissed at noon for holidays. ' --Merry Christmas: --Happy New Year! A ' --School re-opens. 1 - --We play Howard there. Wefll get'em the next time. --Frederlcktown plays here. They won. ----P-T.A. p Meeting. The -atopic of discussiorrwas "Stucbd: Health.5 ' --Sr. Hi-Y assembly. Music by boys octette.' Roy Green played a trumpet solo. We lose to Danville, Too bad. --Junior Class Playg nice crowd. --Pirates travel to Bladensburgg we win. --P-T.A. dance. Crowd was limited because of 10 inchescf ' 0 snow. Lots of fun. -Scnterburg beats us in a close gamt. -We win over Amity. I Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb, Feb. V -31 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 'I 'Mirbh March March March March Kprib April April April April May May .May May -v ffiunior play cast gives party to express their apprecia- to all who helped with their class play, --We won at St. Vincent. Q --P-T.A. meeting, After the business meeting, a food an- tion was held. --Yeppeeg Too bad, Howard! This is our gamei"M -Community danoeg blg success! -We lose to a high-flying Fredericktown team. FHomecomlng game between Danville and Gambierf.Fo1lowhng the game was a dance with music by Howard Bradford and his orchestra. --Second night of the Knox County Tournamentg we win over Bladensburgh Good for us! F --P-T.A. meeting. nSchool Financeu was the topic of dis- cussionr --Y-Teens assembly. The program centered.on the topic of UMannersu Danille beats us again in the "tcurnament. --Junior High Tournament at Howard. We won third place and Dale Worley was awarded a trophy for being the best foul shooter ln Knox County. The Varsity team wassnot qultesso lucky. Howard beat us to win consolation leav- ing us in fourth place. Good enough. --Assembly to honor outstanding Seniors in G.H.S. --Everyone gets shot for Diptherla. 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VERNON L. , .-- - .-.. ,-ue: - -, gy J f , The Cfuvzfw EWFA aff fvj nm! ELECLZLf0fy ,0Z CpM,0f+fx!! CHlVf0f1f, 3 F 1889 " W 5 L ALUMNI William M. Chrllsle ldecqeased-if Bertha Fobes Webster. .'. .,.'.a' Clara Fobes Irvin ... .:.., carrie Fish Par-kerj Lillie Prince Tblford f ' ' 1890 Katie Brown ideceasedlf Blanche Young Barber. . ' 1892 J Oscar S. Adams. ... Mary Cunningham . . was c J' John Cunningham fdeceasedl- Daisy Walker Lybarger . JV, ' '1897 -, . 1 Mae Burris Crumley-., a I U ' e Laura Jacobs Lauderbahgh'Cdeceasedix. Ella Stow ldeceasedl Mae wpbster Wright. 1898 Leroy Farquhar, . . Alice Fawcett Fowles. f Burl Lauderbaugh. . Paul M. Lybarger. . . Harry'A. Parker . V Williams Sf Rowley Fannie Warman Cdeceaaedl. Q , .W l A - 1899' n Kitto,Larlisle. z A od u 0 o s o Isabel, Cunningham erson. 1 Cla renee Ho rn . cliffore Lybarger Zdelceasedy ' Bertha Rowle Van Sickel. . . ' Y Fred L. White . . - ,l9OO ' Lewis M. Britton. . Eva Jacobs Lybarger Frank Morrison. . . Ella M. Parker. . . Edith Poole . . . . Charles A. Rowley . Pearl White Johnson Martin Harding ldeceasedi .L 1901 G Q I ' Mt. Vernon, Ohio Fredericktown, Ohio .,-,Cleve-land , Ohio " 1 -I. 1 . 1 x Mt. Vernon, Ohio JY' . 4 Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio i , . k . - . Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Philadelphia, Pa. Bradford, Pa. Barberton, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio oklahoma 'ci ty, Okla Mt. Vernon, Ohio Howard, Ohio Canton Ohio Iva Vernon Turner . . . 4 ht. Vernon, Oh1o Caledonia , Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio 19021 Helen Bennett Smith . . . . . . Lena Bennett Cunningham . . . Tamsy Britton ldeceasediq Bessie Hardin Faulkner . . .',-4 Breton Horn . I A 0 als: i o Emma MoCalla Lysinger . . Louise Metcalf Arch . . . Anna PBFKGT e s a o Q c Q o 0 Q Sue Payne Davis .,. . . . . . Q Fthel Wright ldeceasedl Jesse Wright Mitchell . . . Grace Smith Cdeceasedb l905 Lulu Ayers Barry. . . . . . . Clarence Colwill Dumbauld . f Pe rl Colwill Dumbauld. . . . . r Catherine Harding Furrer. ... ... Hattie Jacobs Wright fdeceasedj Winifred Rowley MStZgGP1o.u 0 0 0 George Walter Sapp. f l O'l 0 o Q Ethel Vernon Skinner. . . 1904 Vverett Colwill . . . . Annabell Hardin Frank Laymon. . Maude Sapp Kemp Ralph Metzger . . w Reeder.M l O C O C O 1905 Ollie Carlisle Perry. . Wres Dudgeon ideceasedJ , Winifred Parker Gorsudh . . . OTlGy Nc Uleryo 0 o o o 0 l ,o ti Q o lQO6 ' ' Helen Ayers Sellers .I . Robert A. Gorsuch Fmma Hunter Morrison... . . . . . Jennie South Titus Kdeceasedj Etta Ayers Fwans. s o a 0 s o Q c Mayme Hart Van Horn . . . . . . Fannie Poole Johnson. .-. . . J. Boyd. Smith Qdeoeasedj 1907 V Winona Farquhar Pratt Cdeceasedj Grace Green McMahon Cdeceasedj .Mt. Vernon, , Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Lakewoeh, Ohio .Mt.-Vernon, Ohio .Columbus, Ohio .Mts Vernon, Chic .Akron, Ohio gE1mhurst, L.I., .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Buoyrus, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Croton, Ohio .Warre sville, .Canton, Ohio .Newarkg Ohio .Marengo, Ohio 0 .Croton, Ohio .Lakewood, Ohio '.Gambier,-Ohio .Newark3 Ohio .Canton, Ohio .C1eveland, Ohio .Akrong Ohio H .Gambier,.Chio .Elyria, Ohio N 0 o o o a o 9 u,qAPkOn, Chic .Gambier, Ohio 1Utica, Ohio .Lakewood, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mable Young Huntsberger.......Delaware, Ohio Mable Stearns Shaffer.........Gambier, Ohio N Y 1908 Kenneth Adams. . . . . . . . . . .Jackson Heights, Maude Dudgeon Crumrine . . . . . .Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bessie Farquhar Shaw Cdeceasedl ' Grace Metcalf Bell . Ethel Singer Dry . . Paul west Helen Wrrght'Thayer. Vincent Metcalf. . . I I O I U 0 I I ' 9 'l909 Herbert E. Ayers . . . Clifford Chance .... Winnifred Hardin Dial. . Zadie Molfe Barnes . . Cecelia Woolison . . . ffl91O Edna iwnnett Clark . Edith Hardin . . . . Grace Parker Macklin . 1911 ' O O O O I Ada Bickel Stokes Cdeceasedlq' ,Bowne 6 o U u n 11 0,-.ks Daisy Frye . .4. . . . Paul Frye Cdeceasedb Sarah Sapp Kring . . . . 9 C 1 i .1912 David Bly Mavis. . Lena Metcalf , Edith Miller Eebout. . . Consuella Parker Lynch . . . Julia Parker Brownie . Marjorie Parker Nugent Minnie Sapp ...... C U I D lk I 0 O l9l5 Louise Adams . ...' . Bessie Ayers Stockdale . Alice Blue Cdeceasedj Anne Colwill Hookway . , . Edna Farquhar Livergood. . . Gladys Mercer fdeceasedj . 1914 Priscilla Flecknoe Woozley . Anthony Helen. . . . . Q 4 L Arthur Parker. . . . . . 4 N Florence Parker Weider 4 ' 0 u Q o o' 0 1915 A Leonard G. Bickel. . s Byron Biggs, . . . 1 Alfred Fish. , . . Elsie Hall Mackin. . 0 Q s 4 0 0 0 o O .Mt, Vernon, Ohio .Little River, Fla .Mtf Vernon, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio . F it .Gambier, Ohio M- .Clarmont, Calif.a .Gambier, Ohio , .C1eveland, Ohio ...Gambier,.Ohio O ,g I Q ' . u . , . , Q' .' nMt. Vernon, Ohio .Lakewood, Ohio .Bexley, Ohio v s,fv It x ...MtQ Vernon, Ohio O 1 F I N 'L 1 0 Q O O I I O l Q0 I , . . v 1 v w Walter Lybarger. . , 21 U 0 'I .Co1umbus, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .htQ veznong Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio - .Gambier, Ohio NMt.,NernonQ bhio .Gambier, Ohio S ' .- .Gambier, Ohio ,Chicago, Ill. ,Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Zanesyille, Ohio . A. Q .Akroni Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .DenVille, Ohio 4Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Cleveland, Ohio pLancaster,,Ohio .Detroit, High, .Canton, Ohio .Mt..Vernon,.Ohio ,Mp. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio I 1916 Edith Hayes Fish ...' . . Gladys Hayes Duff. . . Ehzie Jones Ludler Laymon. . . .l. . . Blanche Pipes Cdeceasedb Susan Pipes Houser . . . Ruth Thompson Brown. . . . 1917 ' Frank Biggs. o a a 9 o 0 0 vii Majorie Frye . . , . . . Avis Jones Clarence Lybarger. . . V 1918 Malcolm Adams. . . . Helen Henwood fngle. . . Cecil McMahon Vernon . . Agnes Parker McNamire. . Tille Vernon Stull . . 1919 Zoa Parker Glick . Raymond Purdy . . Raymond Stone .. . . . Lulu 'hsrton Banbury . 1920 John Bateman,. . . ... Mary Beboutt Leland Purdy Lela Stone Parker. . . . .'. ooooqfno 1921 Donald Ludgeon . . Guy Dudgeon. . . . Thomas Fawcette. . Herbert Giffin . . . . George Rowley. . . . . Paul Young Cdeceasedl 1922 Paul Bateman . . . . . , Gladys Parker Knauer., . . . b'- 0 D l 1 U O I O 9 Canton, Ohio Garden City, N. Y Gambier, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio, 4 Swiekley, Pa. Gambier, Chio Gambi sr' , Chi o .Mt. Vernon, Ohio 0 C Q O I I Howard, Ohio Canal Einchester, Gambier, Ohio Kansas City, Mo. Mt. Vernon, Chio I Howard Ohio Massillon, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio 'alhonding, Chic Lancaster, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Chic '. 2.1 Port Wayne, Ind. Beulah Pilkington Fenwood. . . .,,Mt,,Vgrn1n,NChio Nellie Pilkington Christopher, ,,,Hubbard, Ohio 1925 lip.. 1 Catherine Friok.,,a3 rung .-. .Gambier, Ohio Edith Horn . . gr4t,f. . , .,, .eambier, chic . Pauline Horn Grossman. . .4.', . .Gambier, Chio Harlow Walker, ,,h,.g,,,4,egQg','.Gambien, Ohio Graham Ea1ton.'i:qQa.,,.3aj'?g',Q.Madlspn, wisconsin 41, .N 0 I ' ' ' ' 4. ' K, ,, . v f ' ' 1 Chio 1924 i ' Mildred Dudgeon Butler. Fooert M. Vlliott . 1 v Laura Hall Laymon . . . Carl E. Hnizdil Irvin G, fern g . . . Mary Legmon Fawcett . Inez McClelland . . . . Dorothy McMahon Yeager. Pauline Titus Lawson. . Adeh Vernon Leymon. .'g Mario? Morrison.Feweett 1Q25,t V ' .' Roger Chrisman I Martha Horn MacPhail .-. Betty Lybarger Jenkins. Goldie Mdtthews,steffcl Parkers. 'o I l 0 Muriel Parker Lynch . . Ralph Purdy .,. , . . Ann Scott . . . Earl Stearns . 1926 Dwight Pilkington , .Gambier, Ohio .Bladensburg, Ohio 0 Ohio O .Uow1rd,'Ohio .Gembier, Ohio Q 1 0 .Gambier ,' Ohio O t 0 I 0' I O O doeo I' I I Mariam Loud beugh Heldman. . Leone Petry Deeds . . W Nadine Norrison Weyenti Thelma Singer Yilliams. .'.I. , 'O l Ruth Ulery Johnson ideeeaseds . 0 Helen Titus Smith . . . Ethel Horn Kennett.-. L Lena Horn fdeceesedl - Leo Woolison . .'. . 1 Nobel Flecknoe Sanislo. Mary Reams Scheber. . . 1927 Gertrude Fleckno O'Neil Harold Jacobs C o "0 0 Q Novice Few cett . . . . Vivien Cochran Doup . . Lillimi Bickel Tufford. Leonard Petry . . .,. . Raymond Crittenden 4 Helen Fletcher Bcbout . Crete Benedict Brown. . Milton James. . . . . . Villiem Bateman . . . . Russell Scott . Lucille Porter Scott Kdeeeosedi 1. Geraldine Davidson Conroy . w H erb ert or a o o 0 l Q Q Q Q 'q 3 Q 5 Q g g 'Q 3 .Mts Vernon, Ohio' .Mt. Vernon, Ohio . . .Gembier,.Chio .Beth, Ihglind .Mansfield, Ohio .!tlente, Ga. ' .Wellington, Ohio .Calif. V' b .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gembier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Chio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Detroit, Mich. ' .Gamhier, Ohio .Mensfiold,'Ohio .Gambi3r,'Chio .Clevelmnd, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Akron,'Ohio .Howard,'Ohio .Gembier, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio , . .Iowa ' .Mt.'Vernon, Ohio . aLakewood, Ohio .Akron, Chio .Coshocton, Chio . . zMacon, Ge. .Gambicrg Ohio .Gambier,'Ohio 1927 geontinuedj Richard Lord. . . . .,. Il,1.07Ki n 'I 0 'll' ' 5 - 'J 'O Marguerite Frye Kunkle. . l928 Romona Bell Fawcett J . Harry Armstrong Gladys Colwill Wythe. . . Eleanor Chrisman Fetter f Velma Horn Fawcett. . .'. Janet Colgin Wright . . George Dudgeon. J . . Ethel Wolfe Phillips. . Elizabeth Lepley. . .,. Fred Burch: 'B 'o lo o sl, o 'o 0 I fo I 0 o 6 Sara Cunningham Sulzer. . . . . Edwin Jacobs. . ...... . . Ruth McKee Underhill Kdeeeasedj Marion Earlywine Benner . .'. . Thelma Denny Fawcett Qdeceascdj."' . 1 0 0 in A cl's u 1 1929 f Helen Whitmore Harris . . . Maxine Jenkins Cdeeeasedl ' ' Neva Horn Fawcett . . ... . v U Q 'Q ll I 9' Thelma Layman Werick. . Clifton Hall. ...... Hazel Benedict Johnson. . . Wesley Shuff. . .'. . .' Josie Estabrook . J . 4 . Mildred Brooks Welch. . Arthur Wolfe. . . 4 . Andrew Lepley . . . I 1950 - Frank Armstrong ,'. . . . Ruth Lauderbaugh Frye . . Helen Fleming Bartbn. . Lena Ulrey Cunningham . . Mary Parker Johnson . . Gordon Cunningham Q . Donald Fawcett. . . William Rowley . Dora Patterson Petry. . Lowell Lepley ... .d. Edith Scott Collins Q . Ruth Titus Burch. . . Raymond Johnson . .1. . Thelma Warman Bailey. . Paul n u 0 Q "0 ' Eva Hillier Farmer. u . Carol Bateman . ... . . . Gladys Horn Cdeeeasedlf ' Woodrow Hall. . . . L'.'. . if 0-4 I I 0 O 0 0 IJ Boston, Mass. Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Newark, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ravenna, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Army Gambier, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Marion, Ohio Gambier, Ohio AUrbana,'Ohio Mt, Vernon, Ohio Akron, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Fredericktown, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Barberton, Ohio Artanna, Ohio Galena, Ohio Scottsbluff, Neb. Frederiektown, Ohio North-Carolina Gambier, Ohio Huntington, W. Va. Gambier, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Mt.'Vernon, Ohio New York, Nt Y. Gambier, Ohio Maumee, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Hillsboro, Ohio , Mt.-Vernon, Ohio 4. .Mn vcrnon, ohio JGOS ,contioucdl 111 "T-'. ,f'.X1.' ll 41 J -1 e 9 l 5 Eunice Bobout Schoolcy. . - Eonnio Du gcon Branstool. . EVi1 Blfniff' Halls o 0 9 Q' 0 ,assi ' Gerald Long . . . .ra - - Marjucritc Petry Miller , Paul Colgin . Q . . ... Stella Holtz. . . Rogor Walton ,,.. Mardza Titus Frye . . . . C2191 Ff'.L'vl'CCttn' n fl e I I o Margarot Flocknoo Ransom. . I 0 I I O O . I O Ncnsfizld ' , . .Valhcnding, Ohio . nUtlca, Ohio Mantua, Ohio Now Jersey ' Fr edericktown, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio I Mtv Vernon, Ohio Gambier, Chic Gambier, Ohio C9 Ga Lucille Purdy Hahn. . . . . .Co HCfilf3l' Dollpe e o 0 0 I 0 Q Ethel Hall Dudgcon. . 1932 Charles Lord. . . . . Frances Horn Walton . . Harold Fleming Kathcyn Armstrong Smith . Lowell Yarman . . . . . Vonnio Gadd Carhart . . Dick Rowley 5 . . . . , Lottie Fansom Scaub . Eleanor Brown Onck. . Leona Hall Colgin . Leroy Wolfe . 4 V Thelma Butt . . .'. Robert Steinmctzg . Donald Doup . . . Isabella Dudgcon. . Fthcl Ulrcy Davis., . . Dw ight Qorsuch.. . . . Rachel Benedict Henwood . Dorothy Pipes Moran . . Ernest McMahon . ., David Yarman, .,, . Nova Whitmore . 1955 O Margaret Laudorbaugh Fawcett Ada Stull ,I y , , Greta Horn Sperry . . . . . Martha Purdy Moavcr . . . Juanita Chadwick Houck. ... I . il-I Barbara Morrison Hough. ,.... . , Harry Laymon . .f, . . .., William Hunter. . . . Rt'bCl"t A 0 , 4 Harold Burch , ' Howard Laymon . . . . , , Ivin Brooks f Robert Hall J , Jack Titus, . OO oo 00 l 4 I C lambus, Ohio lion,'Chio lumbus, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambior, Ohio . .Cl .GG .,.Sc . ,Mt . . .Mi Lancaster, Ohio, . .Gr . .Po CP .w.Bl o Pit .Mt e 0 l Q obit . .Po I CHO evcland,'Chio mbier, Ohio ottsbluff,'Neb. . Vernon, Ohio lwood, Chic ccr, Oaio ' lumbus, Ohio mbior, Fhio adcnsturg, 'hio . Vernon, Ohio, . Vernon, Ohio . Vornon,,Ohio . Vernon, Ohio . Vernon, Ohio well, Ojio word, Chic .Mt. Vernon, Ohio . .Gambior, Ohio, ...im . .Co ity, Ohio lumbus, Ohio .Columbus, Ohio Larue, Ohio Q Mt. Vernon, Ohio ' Danville, Ohiogf Mtv Vernon, Ohio M Columbus,'Ohio Ccnterburg, Ohio ' Galion, Ohio V ' - 0 f. cartier,-ohio Gombior,'Chio Houston, Tcxn S I . 1934 Venice Ransom Helen Steinmetz Patterson. Harry Patterson. . . . . . Kent Doolittle . . . . . Darwin Vincent . . . . , . Eleanor Fawcett Woolison . Eileen Fawcett McCracken . Vera Rowley Downing .... Louise Laymon Hurps. . Ruth Fleming Frances Hall Dudgeon James Frye .... . . Willard Allen. . . . William Parker . . 1935 Don Morrison ..... Margaret Eley Browning . Sterl Laymon . . . . . Gordon McMahon .... Edna Wolfe Johnson . . John Downing . . . . Ensil Chadwick . . Evelyn Long Fox. . . Fredrick Earlywine . . Earl Purdy Louise Elliot Weir . . Floyd Steinmetz. . . . . . Harvey Matthews. . . . . . Doris Stockdale Spondouris Mary Lauderbaugh Strieker. Leslie Hillier ...... Paul Ayers.. . . , 1956 Winifred Horn Hall . . James Rowley .... Isis Briscoe Knode James Gagnon .... . . Jean Fleming Steinmetz . Kathryn Evans Ferito . . Alva Hall ....... Gladys Laymon Hillier Paul Carr Ida Mae Titus Sutherland . Fred Parker ........ Elizabeth Doolittle Stein. Haskell Lloyd Gladys Hillier Rocky . . Robert Jacobs. . . . . . Lawrence Wolfe . .... James Clark Cdeeeasedl Paul E. Davis ...... Dale Horn. . . . . . . 1957. Dorothy Jammaron Shoop . .Gambier, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Gambier,'Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio QDub1in,'Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Massil1on, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Howard, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Bladensburg, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio . ' Maryland .Gambier, Ohio .Chieago, Illinois .Columbus, Ohio .Zanesville, Ohio .Cleveland, Ohioq .Gambier, Ohio .Mansfie1d,fphio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio . fffMaryland .Cleveland,gOhip .Mt. Vernon, Ohio ' -f ef. 5. -. W'- .aeriyilfnaigrits ,A e .Gamhler, Ohio vCelumhas!?Ohio J'--1. ,' -m. 4-ia . fNewark, Ohio T . .Mt.,yenHen,xoh1o .eambieff dhio .Gamhier, Ohio J . .Cirelevi1le, Ohio . .Cleveland, Ohio hio 1939 1957 Kcontinuedb JSIIG Parker' 4 s o a any Q a I oesnu O Irene Vern Leymen... Fred fberle, Jr..... Leah Rine Laymon ..... ,. Mary Scott Mechling.... Fred Tier............ Rose Downing......... Gladys Hall Honwcod.... . Roth Vhite White..... Nancy Burch Richard Stcinmotz...... Harold Squires .... ...... MaryEllen Titus Towner... eirpo U 0 :coal 0 0 ofa Audrey Horn Snow.......u. Agnes Horn Snow ' Jessie Lauderbeugh White.... - 4. . 1958 Kirlgooooooooomarsu Edith Laymon Woolson. ..... .. Virginia Ross Burkhclder.... Donna HordostyAStagger Ilene Robinson Rose Joan Vernon Belcher... Harold Ayers......... .. Faustine Thimpson Eolou Hall Jacobs. ....... Lake Ven Winkle... .... ..... Beatrice Clard VeFhrland Janice Floeknce MeOuire.... Mary Ayers............... Eileen Vincent Shrcntz... Eleanor Hillicr Shoultz.... Harold Jewell............ . Kathryn Briscoe Duncan Susan Laymon Fouse .... X. Richard Briscoe........ George Seitz...... .. f ...Battle Creek, Mich. .aQr?'?mb1Gr, .,O:mbier, 'nie ..rgrien,-rnio ...Gemhier, Ohio ...Mt VQlDOD io . 1 fr A' , ...Mt. Vernon, Chic ...Columbus, Chic 'ou Qhito vGmOn, C1010 ...Gembier, Ohio an :pits ..Hsrtinsburg, Ohio .Ht. Vernon, Chic .Mt. Vornong Chic ...Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gembior, Ohio .Mt. Ven1on, Chic .Mt. Vernon, Chic .Mertinsburg, Chic .1-au. vor-non, one .Bladensburg, Ohio ,Gembicr,,Chio .Eledonsburg, Ohio .Gembicr, Giio .Clevclend, Ohio .ht. Vernon, Ohio .Newark, Ohio ' .Blodensburg, Ohio .Newerk, Ohio .Army .Gombier, Gnio Janne Txnfoj-feQllllClll'lll .G9IY1biG'1", Chas. Clark................. .Navy Kathryn Arrington Voolison... .Gambier, Ohio JDIHGS Dial-sascoeoooouvnu :eos QGQ-mbier, Mabel Donaldson . Dolores Ayers Wolfe.... .Gambier, Ohio Don Perry.............. ..... . .Cleveland, Ohio Ralph King.......... ..... .. .... ...Jlbuquerque, New Mex Phyllis Sheasby Baldschwiller... ...Danville, Ohio Virginia Elwocd............ .... ...nt. Vernon, Chic Harold Carter ..... .. ...... ... Tdith'Lauderbwugh Carter .... Lucille Biggs Parker.....Q. Chas. Benedict........,.. ?aul Mills....... Dona1d.Harris.... Doris Pine William Forn.... C ODI OO. ull Gambier, Fredericktown, Ohio Frederiektown, Ohio Mt. Vernon, Ohio ...Navy V Ohio ieladensburg, ohio .Vework, Gzio ee- 1959 Kcontinuedi Betty NilleiTarlywLne.,. Earren Jewell...:3... Ray Burch.....jef1 l94O B 5" Russell Lynch...v1... Ethel Farmer Rinp.fy. Lyman Bebcut .... ... Edith Farmer...... Laverne Jammaron.... Mary Carter Hcule... Marcia Doolittle .... Wendel Verncn..... Dorothy Lepley... Clarence Hall .... Edward Parker.... Wwendell eo 0 o 0 o a o Francis Davidscn.......... Betty Frye Davidson....... idna Marie Titus Berryhill Ayerslitlnllvonalllou Ruth Bell Wcinlein ........ John Clark Leonard... Gordon Laymon ....... henna Ross Carter ....... Blaine McVay............. Vargaret Fletcher Parks... Harold Wcclison. .... ..... Margene Chadwick Bowle... Valdc Fawcett.... ...... . 1941 Ccyte Carpenter... Dan Green........ Chas. South Richard Hynes... Robert Ross... Paul Crouch ..... George Ayers.... Glema Wolfe... Harold Graham... Phillip Dial........... Ralph Squircs........... Wanda Carpenter Graham... Beatrice Parker Cox..... iaith Frye Cosner... ..... Martha Vilscn Anderson... Wanda Hageman Eleanor Durbin Laymcn,... Josephine Wc'ahcn Taccbs.. Betty Strickcr Britton Naomi Lcplcy Karlsen .... Hazel Biggs Scctt..... Kathleen King Keller.... 1942 Wesley Scctt....... . Anna Beach Seitz.... Frances Williams.... - L il. ooo oo ni on lf. on ll at ODI bla ll O 0 0 n 0 sl I I I I O 0 Q UI I O l l 0 0 It ll I not Orb sob use Ol! coo OOO can one coo 000 lil you Q00 IIC C00 .Bladensburg, Ohio pBladensburg, Chic .Hillsborc, Chic .Cambier,1Ohio .Bladensburgi Chic .Cclumbus, O io A .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .San Diego, Calif. .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Army .Gambier, .Gambier, .Mt. Vern .Mt. Vern .Gambier, .Gambier, .Hcuston, .Gambier, Hcllywco Ohio C1,'C8lif. Ohio on, Ohio cn, Chic Uhic Chic Texas Ohio .Vt. Vernon, Chic .it. Vernon, Ohio .Newark, Chic .Lanville, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Chic .Mt. Vernon, Chic .Gamhier, Ohio .Brinkhaven, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .New York .Cleveland, Ohio .Gambier, .Gambier, Ohio Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, 0Gambi3T, Ohio Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Martinsburg, Ohio ,Gambier, Ohio .Deerfield, Ill. .Mt. Vernon, Ohio ,Vashingtcn .Vewark, Chic .Vt. Vernon, Chic. .Arlington, Va. .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambicr, Ohio .Indiana 1942 leentinuedl Robert Brieker..... Ray Woolison....... liil 00. Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio Leona Brown Williams ..... ...Mt Vernon, Ohio Betty Umbaugh Rorrison.... ...Mt Vernon, Chio Chas. Bone. ........ .... ...Mt Vernon, Ohio William Titus...... ...Mt Vernon, Ohio Thomas Wils n, Jr... ...Mt Vernon, Ohio Grace Rizor DmddLmmm ..... Kenneth Frye...... Uarold Olutter.... Jack Carter ..... Gmnbier, Ohio' ...Fr1deriektown, Ohio ...Vartinsburg, Ohio .Froderiektown, ohio Dale Rector....... ..Mt. Vernon, Ohio William Dennison... . ...Mt. Vernon, Chio Clifton Eley...... .Gambier, Ohio Gail DQw1tt..... ...Mt. Vernon, ohio 1945 Sidney ParKer...... Ross Robey......... David Ross........ Chas. Fhgle..... 0 0 Pa l McMahon .... Lulu Biggs Bone... Tod Laymon...... John Robey.. ..... . Marion Flecknoe... . ...Mt. Vernon, Ohio Betty Carter Dial.... .. osoI'IOn1C'I", C3C'liO ...Mt. Vernon, Ohio ...Gambier, Ohio ...Gambier, Ohio ...Marion, Ohio ...Mt. Vernon, Ohio ...Gambier, Ohio . ...Gambior, Ohio .... ...Gambier, Ohio .Gambior, Ohio Ronald BroWn..................L......Martinsburg, Ohio Forest Lewis..................... ...Mt. Vernon, Ohio Helen Ann Ralston Oanpbel1.... ...Gambier, Ohio 1944 Donald Shaffer...... Charles Parker....Q Jeanne Fawcett Hollis.. .. Luella Green Frye.. Russell Williams... Betty Fawcett Tilson... Rcssilllllilil Betty Brown........ Joanne Biefnes Parder.. Rose Laymon Wolfe.. 1945 Eileen Butler...... Jean Butcher Riley. Ilene Steinmctz Bird... ilizaboth Ayers.... Don Frye........... Ronald Carpenter... June Carter Carponter,,...... .. Margaret Ann Ayers,..,...1,..... ... Betty Beckholtlolob Harry Blair. .... ... Rex Brokaw..... Mary Farmer... ...Gmnbior, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Tulsa, Okla. ' .Frederiektown, Ohio .fvon Lakes, Chio .Jt. Vernon, Ohio .Lt. Vlrnon,'Chio' .Martinsburg, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Mt. Vennon, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Oambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio .Frederiektown, Ohio .Frederiektown, Ohio ,Gambier, Ohio .Mt. Vernon, Ohio soo invest oun0Navy'CQlifOrnia .Fredericktown, Ohio osuK.G1'lt, l945 Kcontinuadj Dorothy Huffman King.... .... Arthur Laymon. ........ Dan McKeo............ Richard Ralston... Earnest Ryan. .... . Mary'Ycagcr.... 1946 Paul Laymon .... ... Evelyn Volford....... Betty Butler... ..... .. Dollir Yeung Wolford... Elinor Houck Warnor.... Harold Crouch. ..... .... Mary Jane Speaks Keevor Mabel Wyant Edminstcr.. Jacqueline Speaks. ..... Vivian Huffman.... . Robert Gorsuch... 1947 Eugene Smith ..... Janes Roesler. .... Jaml'S s 0 o n c o Q Elemior Steinmetz.... Carl Gorsuch. ....... James Beach... Dale Butler .... John Hamilton ...... . Richard Hillier...... Fiery Smith Sturgeun. . . Carroll Bemiller..... Gambi r, Gambier, Cmnbior, Gambier, Mt. Vern Gambier, Gambier, New York Mt. Vern Mt. Vern ,,, ., L10 Chio Chic Chi o on, Fhio 'Ohio Ohio on,'0hio fn, Ohio Nt. Vernon, Ohio frmy Vt. Vernon, Ohio Mt. 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