Gettysburg High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Gettysburg, OH)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 78 of the 1949 volume:
We, the Annual Staff of the
Gettysonian of 1949, have endeav-
ored to bring together in this vol-
u.me a true picture of school liie in
Gettysburg High School. For the
past few years the yearbook has
been printed with the idea of keep-
ing alive through the years the many
pleasant memories of school days.
The members of your class wifl
become scattered as the years pass.
May this annual be a means of re-
freshing your memories with pleas-
ant associations of your youth. With
this one thought i.n mind we present
to you the Gettysonian of 1949.-
We dedicate the Gettysonian
of 1949 to one whose loyalty to the
students is an inspiration to all who
To her who began her school
life with us and is still here to see
us leave, we affectionately dedicate
this volulne to
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MR C. L. WILLIAMS
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Fourth Gr ade
In the eastern corner of Gettysburg
And high upon a hill
Though many a birthday it has had
We see it standing there still.
We see a long brick building
Through shrubs and trees and swings
Sweet memories to you who knew it once
This little poem brings.
Let us go into this building
And have a look around
Things within this building hold
A secret of great profound.
Many beloved old rooms are stlll there
But the one we love most of all
Where anything can happen and does
Is the dear old study hall.
Twelve long years have been spent here
In a little world all our own
We will soon be scattered here and there
Into various parts unknown.
And as we leave old G. H. S.
And friends who are there yet
We give our thanks to the faculty
For memories we won't forget.
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ln the fall of the year 1945, a jolly group of freshmen filled
the study hall. With the aid of their advisor, Miss .Tune Ross, they
elected Frank Elliott as their president.
As usual they endured the traditional initiation pranks and en-
joyed the party given them by the sophomores.
Their sophomore year was a very busy one. Mr. Boyd Olinger
was their advisor. Dan Nease was the president.
These sophomores planned several parties and "get to-
gethers," but the girls' slumber parties seerned to be the big thing.
The boys enjoyed crashing parties whenever the opportunity was
When this group became juniors, the trustworthy president
was Glenna Grewe. The class was very proud uf their newly re-
ceived rings. They workeddiligently selling refreshments at the ball
games as a money making project. In the spring they took the
seniors on a trip through the Ohio Caverns and an old castle. The
rest of the day was spent at Indian Lake. The play, "A Case of
Springtin1e," under the direction of Mrs. Marguerite Stoltz, was a
Now here are the seniors with big ideas and high hopes for
each one of their classmates. Don Brewer led the class as pres-
ident: Ruth Warner served as vice-president: and Sue House was the
pencil pusher. The faithful treasurer was Janice Mott and the re-
porter, Alice Dunevant.
Class funds were built up by magazine
sales, and a Thanksgiving market. The class
play entitled, "Gabriel, Blow Your Horn,"
was presented May 5 and 6.
The Senior Class of 1949 desires to ex-
press their sincere appreciation to the fac-
ulty for the interest shown them during their
four years in G. H. S. and hope that their
time shall not have been spent in vain.
We, the Class of '49 of Gettysburg High School in the County of Darke and the
State of Ohio, being of sound mind and judgment and realizing that we have reached
that important stage in our life where we find it both necessary and proper before
taking our next step onward to more celestial spheres, and being conscious and pain
fully aware that on May 19, 1949, we shall part from said High School, do hereby de-
clare this our last will and testament and dispose of our property and talents in the
manner following to wit:
We, the Class of '49, will our textbooks to the future seniors.
r We, the Seniors of '49, bequeath the following:
l, Lorene Archey, will my knowledge of shorthand to Martha Schultz.
I, Arvilla Ashman, will my detention slips to Phyllis Johnson.
I, Don Brewer, will my drumsticks to Billy Brewer.
I, JoAnne Brown, will my cheerleading outfit to the next cheerleader.
I, Dorothy Christian, will my clarinet to anyone who can play it.
l, Eugene Crick, will my F. F. A. work to anyone who will take it
I, Ruby Dickey, will my long fingernails to anyone with short ones.
l, Alice Dunevant, will my blue eyes to Ralph Laughman.
I, Frank Elliott, will my butch haircut to Harold Collins.
l, Glenna Fields, will my sports ability to Marlene Bowman.
I, Junior Fields, will my ability to stay home to Bill Keller.
I, Jim Flory, will my height to Jack Alspaugh.
I, Glenna Garrett, will my musical ability to Eddie Buzzard.
I, Glenna Grewe, will my editorship of the annual to anyone with patience.
I, Sue House, will my ability to keep a man to the junior girls.
I, Dick Menke, will my mustache to Duane Morton.
I, Darlene Miller, will my ability in basketball to Joyce Morton.
l, Janice Mott, will my first chair in orchestra to Betty Johnson.
I, Dan Nease, will my pitching ability to Wayne Didier.
I, Duane Netzley, will my glasses to Verl Keeler.
I, Roy Schultz, will my weight to Slirn McMiller.
I, Roy Shoenleben, will my basketball ability to Harold Collins.
I, Roy Skiles, will my giggles to Joyce Morton.
I, Juanita Swabb, will my typing ability to Joyce Morton.
I, Ruth Warner, will my blonde hair to DoLores Shade.
l, Kenneth Westfall, will my ability to hate girls to Bill Stoltz.
I, Betty Wentworth, will my majorette suit to anyone who wants it.
I, Robert Wion, will my temper to Ben Hudson.
I, Darlene Wehrley, will my ability to ignore girls to Ralph Hoblit.
We are not the type oi class
To sit around and pine,
For things we hate to strive for
We're the Class of '49.
Of course, we have our pastirnes
Our parties are divine,
But when it comes to business,
That's the Class of '49.
When asked for recitations
l'll lay you eight to nine
You'll always get an answer
From the Class of '49.
Now when it comes to too much play
That's where we draw the line.
No snowballs thrown at teachers
By the Class of '49.
We have respect for all our elders
And our teachers are all fine
No crooked halos or clipped wings
In the Class of '49.
And when it comes to comparison,
"There's just no class like minef'
We're just as proud as we can be
Of our Class of '49.
Of course, we're only human
And it's tough to wait on time
But we'l1 be the happiest brats alive
In the SPRING OF '49.
FIRST ROW: Joyce Morton, Gene Luke, Lester Sell, Edwin Buzzard, Harold McMiller, Benjamin
Smith, Floyd Brewer, Ralph Laughman.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Arnett, Ben Hudson, Bill Miller, Judy Griiiieth, Marlene Bowman, Martha
Schultz, Lois Martin, Nancy Luzena, Wilma Hahn, DoLores Shade.
THIRD ROW: Virginia Skiles, Roberta Chetwood, Betty Johnson, Evelyn Pence, Phyllis Trent,
Martha Brenneman, Joanne Collins, Dorothy Etzler, Rita Curtner, Sara Hawes,
Della Lavy, lla Jean Fourman,
Here are the juniors proudly wearing
their class rings which they received last
ln order to build up class funds, the
group has set up a candy stand in school
and a. concession stand at basketball games.
Everyone enjoyed their play, "Great
Caesa.r's Ghost," presented on December 7
and 8, 1948.
Officers are Nancy Luzena, president:
Gene Luke, vice-president: Martha Schultz,
secretaryg Joanne Collins, treasurerg and
Betty Johnson, reporter.
FIRST ROW: Charles Etzler, Wayne Didier, Harold Garber, Lavon Miller, Hollis Flora, Bill Stoltz,
Harold Collins, Jacob McGlothin.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Porter, Marjorie House, Doris Baker, Betty Ross, Barbara Monnier, Phyllis
Archey, Doris Bowman, Janice Miller, Betty Jo Dickey, Kitchel Studebaker.
THIRD ROW: Ralph Hartle, Mary Cunningham, Phyllis Johnson, Vera Dickey, Winiired Minton,
Eldean Purtee .
Last year the sophomore class of '51
were considered "greenies". But all twen-
ty-seven of them soon proved to the upper-
classmen that they could work and earn
themselves a place in high school.
Two new girls, Betty Dickey and Mary
Ann Cunningham, entered this year.
Officers of the class are Melvin Coning,
president, Wayne Didier, vice-president:
Harold Collins, secretary: Hollis Flora, treas
urer: and Eldean Purtee, reporter.
The freshman initiation party and the
Christmas party were the big social events
of the year.
FIRST ROW: Cecil Pugh, Bob Blocher, Duane Morton, Kenneth Miller, Ralph Hobllt, Walter Wirrig,
Clayton Statler, George Laughman, Hollie Burke, Jack Linder.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Zwayer, Alvin Miller, Marvin Small, Wade Flore, Ruth Fields, Janet Nease,
Dorothy Garber, Donald Horner, Jack Alspaugh, Chester Burns, Eugene Hawes.
THIRD ROW: Wilda Kendall, Betty Lou Dickey, Janeva Etzler, Norma Garbig, Mary Anna Petersime
Priscilla Burke, Carolyn Powell, Evelyn Lavy, Phyllis Shaifner, Janice Long, Jeanette
The class of '52 entered high school
with an enrollment of thirty-three students
and their advisor, Mrs. Zwayer.
The freshman initiation was followed
by a wiener roast and hay ride.
Ten of the boys are on the basketball
squad. Other boys and girls take part in
band, orchestra and chorus.
Class officers are Wilda Kendall,
Pfesidenfi Jack Alspaugh, vice-president:
Janet Nease, secretaryg Donald Horner, treas-
urer: and Carolyn Powell, reporter.
FIRST ROW: Eldon Shoenleben, Tom Pence, DeWayne Miller, Tom Brown, Robert Burns, Norman
Didier, Bill Mangold, Phillip Jones, Darlene Wion, Chalmer Unger, Lester Bixler.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Williams, lda Mae Darding, Patsy Clark, Etta Mae Flora, Calvin Sell, Charles
Wise, David Johnston, Billy Brewer, Leo Bax-ga, Shirley Cottrell, Joan Schultz,
THIRD ROW: Ralph Farmer, Eldon Miller, Bud Ditmer, Myrtle Merica. Esther Fern Petersime,
Anna Mae Ditmer, Evelyn Coning, Alma Jean Martin, Lawrence Shafer, Albert
Thirty-nine boys and girls entered the eighth grade last
fall. The results of their first task, election of officers are
Eldon Miller, president: Etta Mae Flora, vice-president? and
Esther Fern Petersime, secretary-treasurer.
The class was sorry to lose Mrs. Stoltz, their home-
room teacher in November, but is happy that Mr. Gauvey has
come to finish the year with them.
Class parties this school term included a hay ride, a
Christmas party, a skating party, and a Valentine party.
FIRST ROW: Betty Williamson, Marilyn Lecklider, Phyllis Lecklider. Norman Miller, Merlin Keeler,
Harold Zacharias, Marlene Small, Gene Shoenleben, Shirley Jasenski, Harrison Monnier
Ray Lavy, Ralph Lyme, Marilyn Eley.
SECOND ROW: Phyllis Henderson, Martha Sell, Barbara Byram, Janice Hahn, Danny Binkley, Hadley de
Bordeaux, Wayne James, Phyllis Hartle, Kathleen Small, David Anderson, Jimmie Grote
On September 7, 1948, a group of twenty-nine girls and
boys were eagerly waiting at the door of the seventh grade
room, ready to conquer that first year of Junior High.
Days came and went, and with them also came many new
experiences--both pleasant and unpleasant. Oi course, there
were no more recesses, but there was that new class, phys-
ical education, which all enjoyed. Then there was the thrill of
attending all assembly programs, which heretofore had not
been their privilege. A
These two things, along with the fact that now there were
several teachers instead of just one to guide them, gave them
that grown-up feeling and helped them to realize they had a
certain responsibility to fulfill.
FIRST ROW: Lowell Baber, Merlin Miller, Eugene Etzler, Marcella Burns, Beverly Oldham, Dorothy
Sander, Connie Painter, Harvey Crick, Treva Dickey, Jerry Trent, Larry Trent, Robert
Shaifner, Opal Garber.
SECOND ROW: Mr. Brown, Marion Skiles, lva Barga, Adele Stoltz, Luanna Erlsman, Patricia Cottrell,
Wilma Clark, Evelyn Sullenbarger, Arden Coning, Melvin Lavy, Robert Mangold, Norma
THIRD ROW: Janet Morton, Nancy Myers, Johnny Flcry, Johnny Brickler, Margery Martin, Betty
Johnston, Norma Farmer, Donald Shilt, Robert Long, Junior Class, John Farmer, Virginia
The sixth grade is proud of its size this year--forty boys
and girls. There are two sets of twins in the class, June and
John Farmer and Jerry and Larry Trent.
Five of the girls twirl batons with the band and three
pupils play in the orchestra..
Everyone is working very hard to become good junior
high students next year.
FIRST ROW: Gayle Rhoadea, Jerry Linder, Johnny Keller, Errol Dean Schafer, Teddy Grifiieth,
Stephen Bright, Donna Miller, Janice Schultz, Annette Jaaenski, Tommy Miller,
Charlton McKibben, Lawrence Miller, Jane Lecklider.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Albright, Connie Studebaker, James Marshall, Jack Horner, Herbert Hl.ll, Carl
Strobel, Linda Lou Class, Margaret Lavy, Charles Sell, Charles Allan James, Norma
Jean Root, Myra Jane Bowman, Mildred Flora.
THIRD ROW: Jimmie Fields, Alice Vandegriit, Ronald Eley, Larry Brewer, Paul Sixnmons, Bobby
Class, Richard Fine, Harold Arnett, Ramon Lavey, Dixie Lee Sando, Patsy Unger.
On September 7, 1948, thirty-three girls and boys
enrolled in the fifth grade.
During the year they have enjoyed three parties, a
Ha11owe'en party, a Christmas party and program and a
The group has been very enthusiastic about the
weekly picture shows and the assembly programs.
This class responded very generously in purchasing
Christmas seals and contributing to the March of Dimes.
FIRST ROW: Rebecca Hathaway, Donna Hill, Ruger Spahr, Richard Hahn, Jerry Partin, Frances
Lavey, Patricia Oldham, C. J. Flora, Wanda Grooms, Clifford Howard, Elaine
Lyme, Nancy Ross, Garth Jasenaki.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stoltz, Judy Miller, Barbara Bowman, John Hartzell, Lowell Hawes, Phillip
Bright, Robert Howard, Kenneth Beasley, Mary Jane Johnston, Evelyn Shoenleben.
THIRD ROW: Carol Eley, Bobby Nixon, Paul Barga, Esther Mott, Linda Applegate, John Small,
Ronald Johnson, Charles Bunnell.
A group of fourteen girls and seventeen boys are en-
rolled in the fourth grade. They are a happy and studious
group, striving to become worthy citizens.
They enjoyed having a part in the various school pro-
grams. The boys and girls contributed to the Christmas
seal fund and the March of Dimes.
Winners in the Farmers' Institute poster contest
from the fourth grade were C. J. Flora, Phillip Bright, and
FIRST ROW: Jimmy Sullenbarger, Betty Jane Sharp, Billy Rhymer, Herbert Miller, Mary Alice
Newbauer, Delorls Shaifner, Sheldon Miller, Wayne Burns, Julyia Ann Fourman,
Shirley Miller, Sharalyn Sando, Roy Cain, Luther Strobel.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wesche, Osa Mae Butts, Leonard Monnier, Sharon Laughman, Mary Lou Fine
Charles Didier, Marcia Wombold, David Skiles, Janice Reeder, Janet Eley.
THIRD ROW: Donna Iean Miller, James Smith, Ronald Baker, Emerson Keller, Donald Hoblit,
Charles Linder, Paul Bunnell, Betty Zacharias, Deloris Jane Butts, Mary Lou
Last September thirty-three girls and boys came tripping
into the third grade room eager to journey over the sea of edu-
Every child has enjoyed the programs in which they have
taken part, the parties they have had, the visits made by the
parents and friends, and all the jolly times they had together.
This has been a happy and profitable year: but now that
the journey is almost over, it is hard to say goodbye. However,
everyone will take with him many pleasant memories of the third
grade at Gettysburg School.
FIRST ROW: Rebecca Binldey, Barbara Brickler, Sharon Young, Jimxny Lecklider, Carolyn Christrnan,
Marilyn Sharp, Eugene Via, Sharon Griffieth, Edith Sell, Judy Fout, Sandra Routson,
Marvin Miller, Dorothy Trittschuh, Donald Painter.
SECOND ROW: Miss Martin, Lorena Long, Moleta Hathaway, Bruce Powell, Trudy Arnett, Thelma Flora,
Dorothy Hoffman, Mary Sander, Karen Wion, Sandra Sue Rhoades, Berlyn Keiser, Patsy
Dinner, Margaret Denllnger,
Tl'!lRD ROW: Janet Spahr, Lorena Vandegrift, Judith Reed, Richard Keller, Charles Hawes, Roger Class,
e Billy Clark, Frances Bright, Marion Partin, Harry Rhymer, Stevie Miller, Joyce Stevens,
The second grade is a group of forty-two happy boys
Several of the children took part in the Pet Parade
at the Community Fair.
The entire class sang carols for the Christmas pro-
gram and also sang for the Farmers' Institute.
FIRST ROW: Douglas Applegate, Robert Monnier, Billy McKibben, Betty Jean Schultz, Kenneth Howard
Kenneth Hawes, LaJean Tegtmeyer, Carol Miller, Donald Sander, Jackie Miller, Miriaxn
Via, Jerome Haschouer, Erlene Miller, Douglas Miller.
SECOND ROW: Miss Arnold, Ronald Snyder, David Miller, Phyllis Jean Wilt, Lucille Flora, Vereena
Flory, Patricia Smith, Mary Hartzell, Freddie Porter, Dean Hill, Sara Lou Newbauer
Phyllis Class, Ronald Stephens, Danny Hollinger.
THIRD ROW: Larry Lavey, Joe Hart, Connie Baker, Jerry Neff, Elnora Wombold, Michael Oldham,
Larry Linder, Norma Zacharias, Jimmie Partin, Paulette Long, Ronald Dearing, Kay
Paulus, Ned Overcash.
The first grade has a. total enrollment of forty-seven
boys and girls.
The first year in school has been a very busy and en-
joyable one. The children have learned to read stories, to
count and write numbers, to write, and to spell.
They have enjoyed many birthday parties and special
prograrn, as well as playing and working together.
Individual placing in the County Meet
ROY 515195. Gene Luke. Darlene Wehrley, Dan Nease, Kenneth Westfall,
Eddie Buzzard, Bi1l.'Sto1tz, Mr. Porter.
Four track meets were scheduled for the season, but two were rained
out, the Arcanum-Monroe-G. H. S. meet and the Houston-G. H. S. meet.
Gettysburg managed to beat Bradford 32-19, but lost to New Madison 52-48.
Several trackmen were entered in the Dunbar Relays at Dayton but
were unable to score any points. However, the team won second place in
ran as follows:
100 Yard Dash ........
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440 Yard Dash. . . .
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Shot Put. . . .
Discus . . . .
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Pole Vault . .
Half-mile Relay. . . .
Mile Relay . . . .
Dan Nease, first
Dan Nease, first
Junior Null, fifth
Roy Skiles, second
Harold Clark, third
Kenny Westfall, third
Kenny Westfall, fourth
Jim Flory, fifth
Harold Clark, fifth
Dan Nease, third
Ned Denlinger, first
Pence, Buzzard, Null,
Stoltz, Wehrley, Luke
Denlinger , fourth
Kenny Westfall scored one point in placing fifth in the Shot Put at
the District Meet at Springfield.
FIRST ROW: Roy Schultz, Frank Elliott, Darlene Miller, Harold Collins, Mr. Porter, Walter Witrig,
Gene Luke, George Laughman, Jack Alspaugh.
SECOND ROW: Darlene Wehrley, Dan Nease, Ralph Laughman, Jim Flory, Eddie Buzzard, Harold
McMil1et, Ralph Hoblit.
The beginning of the baseball season found Gettysburg with six
returning lettermen--Jim Flory, Kenny Westfall, Frank Elliott, Darlene
Miller, Dan Nease, and Darlene Wehrley. Gene Luke, Roy Schultz, Ralph
Laughman, and Harold Collins were capable replacements of the players
who graduated last year.
The teams record stands at three wins and four losses. The scores
were as follows:
Gettysburg l 1
F rankl in 5
Monr oe 8
New Madison 10
Union City 9
Pitching records were Westfall, W-l, L-03 Flory, W-Z, L-Z: and
Nease, W-0, L-Z. Flory, Westfall, Laughman, and Schultz lead in the con-
test for the highest batting average.
VARSITY SQ UAD
Mr. Porter, Harold Collins, Frank Elliott, Darlene Miller, Kenneth Westfall,
Jim Fiory, Dan Nease, Darl
ene Wehrley, Bill Stoltz, Joyce Morton, Bill Keller.
Managers: Floyd Brewer, Eddie Buzzard.
Z 7 Rus s ia
3 5 Ar c enum
3 3 F rankl in
5 3 Ans onia
3 7 Holy Angels
3 0 Jacks on
4 7 Staunton
4 6 Houston
41 G. H. S. 30 Franklin
58 G. H. S. 33 Hollansburg
Z5 G. H. S. 48 Union City
26 G. H. S. 47 Monroe
30 G. H. S. 35 Bradford
32 G. H. S. 32 New Madison
Z3 G. H. S. 37 Palestine
33 G. H. S. 39 Anna
Marlene Bowman, Glenna Fields, JoAnne Brown
. S. 23 Russia Z6 G. H. S
. S. 14 Arcanum 34 G. H. S.
. S. 19 Franklin Z7 G. H. S.
. S. 9 Ansonia Z2 G. H. S.
. S. 18 Holy Angels 9 G. H. S.
. S. 18 Jackson 26 G. H. S.
. S. 17 Staunton Z8 G. H, S.
. S. 31 Houston B G. H. S.
New Madis on
FIRST ROW: Wayne Didier, Ralph Hoblit, Jack Linder, Walter Wirrig, George Laughman, Kenneth
Miller, Marvin Small, Jack Alspaugh.
SECOND ROW: Mr, Porter, Eldean Purtee, Harold Collins, Kitchel Studebaker, Hollie Burke. Bob
Blocher, Lavon Miller.
FIRST ROW: Dan Nease, Jack Alspaugh, Eddie Blizzard, Ralph Laughman, Gene Luke, Joyce Morton,
Junior Fields, Lavon Miller, Harold Collins.
SECOND ROW: DoLores Shade, Glenna Grewe, Janice Mott, Glenna Garrett, Lorene Archey, JoAnne
Brown, Sue House, Winifred Minton, Doris Bowman, Roberta Chetwood, Wilma Hahn,
Glenna Fields, Martha Schultz, Ruth Warner, Phyllis Trent.
THIRD ROW: Marlene Bowman, Alice Dunevant, Betty Wentworth, Lois Martin, Jean Fourman, Della
Lavy, Arvilla Ashman, Rita Curtner, Betty Johnson, Nancy Luzena, Eveyln Pence.
FOURTH ROW: Mr. Porter, Darlene Miller, Ben Hudson, Dirk Menke, Jim Flory, Kenneth Westfall, Roy
Schultz, Harold McMiller, Darlene Wehrley, Eldean Purtee, Frank Elliott, Mr, Bunnell.
The Athletic Association is a comparatively new group here
at Gettysburg. It was organized two years ago and is now open to
the upper four classes.
This Association sets dates for try-outs in cheerleading,
decides admissions for games, and does other various activities
throughout the school year.
Officers for the year 1948-'49 are: Frank Elliott, president,
Jim Flory, Vice-President: Glenna Garrett, Secretary: Glenna
Grewe, Treasurerg Mr. Porter, and Mr. Bunnell, Advisors.
FIRST ROW: Joanne Collins, Janice Miller, Vera Dickey, Betty Johnson, Nancy Luzena Glenna Grewe
Alice Dunevant, Janice Mott, Glenna Garrett.
SECOND ROW: Carolyn Powell, Eldean Pu: tee, Lavon Miller, Harold Garber, Frank Elliott Dan Nease
Wilda Kendall, Mrs. Batten,
Editor . . .
Art Editor. . .
Sports Editor . .
Junior. . . .
Senior. . . .
Music. . .
Hi-Y . . .
F. H. A. . .
F. F. A. . .
Church . . .
Advisor . . .
. Glenna Grewe
. . Vera Dickey
B etty J ohns on
. . Lavon Miller
. Danny Nease
. Frank Elliott
. Mrs. Batten
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: Wayne Didier, Donald Horner, Kitchel Studebaker, Leon Fields, Jr., Cecil Pugh, Duane
Morton, Bob Blocher, Bob Winn, Marvin Small.
SECOND ROW: Charles Etzler, Wade Flora, Harold Garber, Hollis Flora, Mr. Pearson, Don Brewer,
Harold McMiller, Roy Skiles, Roy Schultz, Eugene Hawes.
THIRD ROW: Ralph Hartle, Walter Wirrig, Kenneth Miller, Jacob McGlothin, Darlene Wehrley, Eugene
Crick, Jack Linder, Chester Burns.
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
The following boys were elected to offices in F. F. A. the
past year: Don Brewer, president: Roy Schultz, vice-president:
Hollis Flora, secretary, Roy Skiles, treasurer: Harold Garber,
reporterg and Harold McMil1er, sentinel.
The Chapter was well pleased with the success of the
Community Fair which they and F. H. A. sponsored.
Don Brewer and Roy Skiles attended the National Conven-
tion in Kansas City last November. Other activities in which
the group participated were officer training school at West
Milton, the "pest war," a musical program for the Grange, a
speech sontest, and entries in the Darke County Fair.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
FIRST ROW: Janeva Etzler, Carolyn Powell, Doris Baker, JoAnne Brown, Dorothy Christian, Phyllis
Archey, Betty Ross, Evelyn Pence, Phyllis Trent, Dorothy Garber, Phyllis Shaiiner,
S House, Martha Brenneman,
SECOND ROW: Lois Martin, Evelyn Lavy, Wilda Kendall, Nancy Luzena, ue
Marjorie House, Mrs. Zwayer, Betty Johnson, Janice Miller. Judy Griiiieth, Roberta
Chetwood, Wilma Hahn, Ruth Fields, Janet Nease.
THIRD ROW: Alice Dunevant, Betty Jo Dickey, Glenna Fields, Mart a c u , y
Petersime, Lorene Archey, Janice Long, Della Lavy, Sara Hawes, Jean Fourman, Barbara
Monnier, Arvilla Ashman, Priscilla Burke, Betty Lou Dickey, Jeanette Skiles.
h S h ltz Doroth Etzler, Mary
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
The Future Homemakers held their first meeting in September
at which time the following officers were elected: Martha Brenneman,
presidentg Betty Johnson, vice-presidentg Janice Miller, secretaryg
Judy Grifiieth, treasurer: Wilda Kendall, reporterg Arvilla Ashzman,
historian: Marjorie House, parliamentariang Mrs. Arthur Lavy, club
mother, and Mrs. Zwayer, advisor.
ln October the club helped the F. F. A. make the Community
Fair a success.
At the December meeting, it was announced that the president
was leaving Gettysburg School. Everyone was sorry to see her leave,
but the vice-president has led the group well for the remainder of the
FIRST ROW: Ruby Dickey, Mary Cunninghaxn, DoLo:res Shade, Lois Martin, Marjorie House, Betty
Ross, Evelyn Pence, Phyllis Trent, Doris Bowman, Marlene Bowman, Della Lavy.
SECOND ROW: Miss Bucholtz, Nancy Luzena, Sue House, Janice Mott, Phyllis Archey, Betty Johnson,
Janice Miller, Roberta Chetwood, Wilma Hahn, Martha Schultz, Glenna Fields,
THIRD ROW: Glenna Garrett, Glenna Grewe, Alice Dunevant, Lorene Archey, Ruth Warner, Juanita
Swabh, P hyllis Johnson, Vera Dickey, Winifred Minton, Jean Fourman, Barbara
Monnier, Betty Dickey.
The forty-three members of Y-Teens meet the first Monday
night of each month, many times meeting jointly with the Y. W. C. A.
Officers for the year are Joanne Collins, presidentg Vera
Dickey, vice-president: Nancy Luzena, secretary, Marlene Bowman,
treasurer, and Betty Johnson, reporter.
The girls and their advisor spent a great deal of tirne this year
writing a new local constitution. The group sponsored a formal
Valentine varty on February 12. A King and Queen of Hearts reigned
at this event.
FIRST ROW: Bill Stoltz, Harold Collins, Gene Luke, Frank Elliott, Eldean Purtee,
Lavon Miller, Melvin Collins, Joyce Morton, Bill Keller.
SECOND ROW: Ben Hudson, Darlene Miller, Kenny Westfall, Jim Flory, Dick Menke,
Ralph Laughman, Eddie Buzzard, Mr. Bunnell, Dan Nease.
The initiation of new members in Hi-Y was held at the Presbyterian
Church. Rev. Butten was the speaker.
Officers for the year are Dan Nease, president: Kenny Westfall, vice
president: Joyce Morton, secretaryg Darlene Miller, treasurerg and Dick
Manke, reporter, Mr. Bunnell is advisory Rev. Bartlett, ministerial ad-
visor, and Mr. Luzena, business advisor.
Mr. Bunnell and three members attended the district conference at
Lima last year.
Wilma Hahn, Marjorie House, Betty Ross,
FIRST ROW: B. Monnier, J. Mott, R.
Curtner, D. Christian, W.
Kendall, R. Dickey, G. Garrett.
SECOND ROW: M. Petersime, Mrs. Arnett.
B. Johnson, J. Collins, B.
Band activities began in the fall when
the band made its first appearance at the
Community Fair. The next big event was the
band contest at the Bradford Purnpkin Show
where the group took second place.
KNEELING: G. Grewe, Martha Schultz.
FIRST ROW: A. Dunevant, D. Lavy, M. Lavy, B. Stoltz, G. Fields, D. Brewer,
L. Martin, N. Luzena, E. Peterslme, I. Nease, W. Hahn, M. House,
B. Ross, V. Dickey, R. Warner.
SECOND ROW: S. House, N. Myers, L. Erisman, M. Morton, P. Cottrell, C.
Studebaker, G. Luke, E. Purtee, H. Collins, J. Morton, J. Alspaugh,
When basketball season rolled around, the band was busy preparing
programs for home games. All of the members are looking forward to the
festival at Pleasant Hill.
Officers for the year are Don Brewer, president: Glenna Garrett,
vice-president.: Nancy Luzena., secretary: Sue Hlouse, treasurer: Janice
Mott, librariang and Betty Ross, publicity.
SE COND ROW :
M. Lavy, D. Brewer.
R. Dickey, W, Kendall.
D. Christian, J. Brown, A. Dunevant.
L. Martin, N. Luzena, E. Petersixne, J. Nease.
M. Martin, M. Lecklider, A. Martin, P. Hartle.
SIXTH ROW: J. Mott, S. House, E. Johnson, J. Hahn.
G. H. S. is very proud of its thirty-
one piece orchestra. The group played for
the junior and senior plays, Farmers' Inst-
itute, and other school activities.
AT PIANO: G. Garrett, Mrs. Arnett.
FIRST ROW: B. Ross, W, Hahn, M. House, V. Dickey.
SECOND ROW: M. Petersixne, B. Dickey.
THIRD ROW: E. Purtee, H. Collins, J. Morton.
FOURTH ROW: K. Studebaker, R. Curtner.
The following officers were chosen:
Glenna Garrett, president: Joanne Collins,
vice-president: Sue House, secretary: Lois
Martin, treasurerg Harold Collins, libra-
riang and Vera Dickey, reporter.
Glenna Fields, Martha Schultz
FIRST ROW: Helen Class, Ruth Fields, Wilda Kendall, Janice Long, JoAnne Brown, Sue Houae,
Betty Johnson, Judy Griffieth, Nancy Luzena, Rita Curtner, Evelyn Pence, Phyllis
Trent, Dorothy Garber, Carolyn Powell.
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Arnett, Barbara Monnier, Betty Ross, Glenna Grewe, Janice Mott, Glenna
Garrett, Lorene Archey, Dorothy Etzler, Winifred Minton, Doris Bowman, Roberta
Chetwood, Wilma Hahn, Glenna Fields, Martha Schultz, Ruth Warner, Ruby Dickey,
THIRD ROW: Doris Baker, Janice Miller, Dorothy Christian, Evelyn Lavy, Janet Neaae, Loil
Martin, Jean Fourman, Betty Dickey, Della Lavy, Sara Hawes, Betty Lou Dickey,
Norma Garbig, Phyllis Shaffner, Betty Wentworth, Alice Dunevant, Arville Ashman.
FOURTH ROW: Marjorie House, DoLores Shade, Marlene Bowman, Ralph I-loblit, Marvin Small,
George Laughman, Gene Luke, Ralph Laughman, Dan Nease, Lavon Miller, Eldean
Purtee, Harold Collins. Bob Blocher, Vera Dickey, Phyllis Johnson, Mary Cunningham
Mary Petersime, Janeva Etzler, Jeanette Skiles.
The chorus is composed of boys and girls from the freshman,
sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Its purpose is to acquaint
the members with part harmony and to teach them to sing together
and blend their voices.
Officers for the year were Nancy Luzena, president: Glenna
Garrett, vice-president: Lois Martin, secretary: Glenna Grewe,
treasurer: and Janice Miller, reporter.
The group sang in the annual Christmas program and for the
Farmers' Institute. Small sections of the chorus often appear in
school and community functions.
SEATED: Gene Luke, Martha Brenneman, Ruth Warner, Don Brewer, Glenna Garrett, Joanne
Collins, Nancy Luzena, Mr. Bunnell.
STANDING: Roy Schultz, Dan Nease, Wayne Didier, Melvin Coning, Eldon Miller, Jack Alspaugh
Wilda Kendall, Janice Hahn.
The Student Council has now had three years of successful
organization in our school. It is composed of the presidents and
vice-presidents of each class, the presidents of the organizations,
and two representatives from the seventh and eighth grades.
Mr. Bunnell and Mr. Williams are the faculty advisors for
this year: Don Brewer is the president.
It is the duty of the Student Council to discuss matters re-
lating to the students and the school, to arrange assemblies, ana
to plan picture shows.
B US DRIVERS
Mr. Unger, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Brewer,
Mr. Kiser, Mr. Fields, Mr. Williams.
ipstine, Mrs . Ross
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Baseball Game, Palestine
Baseball Garne, Franklin
Baseball Game, Hollansburg
Baseball Game, Arcanum
Baseball Game, Monroe
Baseball Game, New Madison
Baseball Game, Union City
F. H. A. and F. F. A. Meeting
Seniors' Pictures Taken
Basketball Game, Russia
Marine Concert fSeniorsQ
Basketball Game, Arcanum
Basketball Game, Franklin
Basketball Game, Ansonia
Basketball Game, Holy Angels
Thanksgiving Vacation Begins
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Basketball Game, Houston
Y-Teen, Y. W. C. A. Meeting
Basketball Game, Franklin
Basketball- Game, Hollansburg
Chr istmas Vacation Begins
Y -Teen Meeting
Basketball Garne, Union City
Basketball Game, Monroe
Basketball Gaxne, New Madiso
Basketball Game, Anna
F. F. A. and F. H. A. Meeting
Y -T een Meeting
Y-Teen Valentine Party
Junior High Tournament Begins
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Miami Jacobs Program
Y-Teen Meeting Us I
F. F. A. and F.
H. A. Meeting
County Track Meet
F. F. A. and F. H. A. Meeting
Senior Trip Begins
District Teachers' Meeting
Last Day of School
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The Annual Staff of 1949 wishes to express its
sincere appreciation to the following:
TO Mr. Charles Williams for his help and
TO Mr. Carl Stocker for his photo service:
TO Sue Ann House for her excellent printing:
TO the Senior Class for their efforts in pro-
ducing and selling this volume 3
TO Mrs. Noel Batten, our annual advisor,
who gave her time and talent that this
volume might be produced:
TO Faculty and Students for their co-operation
during the past school year.
SEATED: Darlene Miller, Dan Neue, Ruth Warner, Don Brewer, Glenna Garrett, Glenne
Grewe, Alice Dunevanf., Mrs. Batten.
STANDING: Mr. Williams, Bob Winn, Janice Mott.
Editor ...... .
Assistant Editor . . .
Sports Editor . . .
Art Editor . . . .
Literary Editor . .
Advertisements . .
Circulation Manager. . .
Business Manager . .
. Glenna Grewe
. . . Dan Nease
, , , Bob Wion
, , Ruth Warner
. . Janice Mott
. . Don Brewer
, , Mrs. Batten
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