Glenmont High School - Indian Yearbook (Glenmont, OH)

 - Class of 1952

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O e Q6 6+ Q, of J' Q 9' S Qs swarms Oman I 1.0, emu 'ii ' , ' r Q , R, 1., mzvsumzu , :wiv 7 I - ve Xxx assi U QU' GILBEIVI' MCCOY -4' if '.VII.1X.I.fX PYUBINSON IE.-Xiu WADE GFOPGI-' NESNEH .X ..1""""x X VN Last Wall and Testament of The Class of 1952 W the Class of 1952 of Cla nmont High School County of Holnu s Stiff of Ohxo being of sound mind and memory do mllsf and dm llrc this to bf our last will and testxrrmc nt I Jim Dial will my ability to drive I D1u1D1d1nger will niy str ,fly to Alba rt Mellor I June Bucklew wxll my shape to .Ioln I' ish I Wilma Martin will my ability to think of boys instead of horses to Nancy Butler I Dorothy Younp will last yr ar s shoes to Bunny Hitchcock to carry on the pathbeaten tradition of the list three years I Mary L Strouse will my Janet Mellor I Rmhard Small w11l my immaculxte cleanliness to Bud Purdy I .IO Ann Banbury will my xbility to wear sweaters to Bunny date to Gary Nommay for the re st ol his life May the good Lord tikf likm to him We leave the Juniors our :bility to raise money and take a trip We leave the Sophomorcs Our ab1l1ty to slt up front in Mr Bash classes We leave tht Freshman class our ibility to study hard and make good gr ldes ability to act our age not llke we owned everything We leawe the seventh gradf our ability to write well erough for the teachers to read it Can You Imagme7 ,Tim Dial golng to Bert s when Vtrginia Paul Didinger not doxng his last minute Literature and Governrnent Class 9 Richard Small reciting in excess ln his isn t there 9 reading for Government between classes 9 .Tune Bucklew ever swiping ash trays and not getting caught9 Dorothy Young not sitting in the balcony at Loudenville theater 9 Jo Ann Banbury not cracking gum ln Literature Class and getting corrected Wilma M irtin not taking notes to work for top honors 9 Mary I ouise Strouse ever being ready to go anywhere on time9 Mr Bash speechless9 Mr Mesner s Uncle Louie not in Chemistry Class 9 Mr Kershner not taking to the field in spite of the weather9 Miss Wade not making us close our Government books in Literature Class Mrs Robinson not answerlng our many que bt1OHS 9 Mr McCoy in a tuxedO9 Nancy Butler not wanttng Gary Nommay to dance with her Mary Wetgand wearlng spike heels9 Gary Nommay not chattering 9 Delmar Banbury not sticking up for .To Ann in a Beauty contes Virginia Owen not liking D0ylest0wn9 Carol Buren not conducting several love affiirs at once 9 The The The The Sophomores not actzng dignifxed boys wanting to run their laps 9 seventh and fight grades where they are supposed to be 9 Freshmen not bemg faithful to their classmates 9 .To Ann .Tune Ma ry Louise being the old maids they promised to be 9 Wilrna without a steady boy fr-xend9 Nancy Starner taking tumbling 9 Paul Jim, and Gary not sitting together in Chemistry Class 9 I e, 2 , 1 v .-'1 . , ' z I ' , ' .' ' ' , 2 "2 I . - ' f, ' z it - 1 1 . . . ..I l . Y L? . . . V K- ,Z A 2 - .., , .. . . , . 1 . . 2. .H K 2 ' 21 I ,., . . , . K - 1 f , . 1 . , 2 .. V l . A- I ,, C . , A' , 'I , , , 1 , 1. s 1 .9 . 9 lc 1.4 -, ' . " 1 ' f' e , ' ability to play the baritone to We leave the eighth grade our . ' ' - , ' 1 . I C I 1 l ' 2 l ,s , ,' ' .' Q c ' , ' ' 1 " . " . ' , ,. , O O . . . , . . . . , . , -. C 4 l ' Y A ' . 1 I Q 1 ' , . . . . ' ' '? ' . ' ' ' t? ' 2' , I , I .b . 4 . A . , I 1 Q . Class Hlstory On a brlght and sunny mornmg IH 1940 twenty two t1m1d llttle boys and glrls started their schoolmg under Beatrlce Starner etter known to us as Mlss Doughty There were twelve boys Ln our class who were as follows Paul Dldlnger Jlm Dlal Kenneth Purdy Claude Small J'1m Shlnabarker Edwln Wallace and Roger Purdy The ten g1rls were Dorothy Young .Tune Bucklew Dor1s Young Wxlma Martm Mary Louxse Strouse Jane W1llard Ida Huffman Shlrley Gllly Mary Katherme Fox ind Dorothy Hunter Through the f1rst exght years Mrs Brown M1Ss Fltes Mr and Mrs Stubbs and Mr Greer lnstructed us I know they were glad to sec us leavc Espec1a1ly Mr Greer After we left hls room he qu1t teachmg ln the fall of 1946 we entered hxgh school wlth the followmg students present .Tune Bucklew Mary Loulse Strouse Dorothy Young Io Ann Banbury Wllma Martm Ruth Kmsey Larry Gray .llm Long Dale Doty Rlchard Small and Paul Dldlnger Later ln the year Dale left our happy llttle throng of twelve to leave s1x glrls and flve boys Nothlng too excltmng happened to us thxs year l guess no one wlll forget some of the thmgs that happened Ln that class Remember the blrthday party we had for Mlss Brumme and left the cook1es fall on the floor? Lucklly no one ever found that out Was th1s the year June embarrassed Mr Greer so badly? No as I recall that was m the exghth grade Has any one ever made known the number of Enghsh teachers we had durmg thls year '7 The enrollment was the same for the Sophomore year Now we worked to make money for our trxp to Washmgton D C and New York Classmates do we stxll llke raw potatoes '7 Maybe we would lf we were Ln Bxology agam suppose By now we were accustomed to hlgh school so we enjoyed ourselves and had many partles As we entered our .lunlor year we st11l had s1x glrls and fzve boys Stlll we were workmg to raxse funds for the trlp The hmghllght of th1s year was our class play GALLOPINC GHOSTS presented on Aprll Z7 1951 Could lt be that .Tune and Rlchard are stxll swmdlmg people? We don t thmk so We used Mr Bash s suggestwn of havmg a chxcken supper Through a lot of hard work mt turned out qutte profltably On May 4 we had a banquet to b1d the Semors farewell and to show them how much we appreclated them Finally we have reached our Semor year Ruth Kmsey got a Job durmg the summer and she falled to come back Agam we have an even number We all surv1ved our trlp and had a joyous time even though JIITI Long dld fall down some steps at the top of the Washmgton monument We heard rumors a few got a httle sea s1ck on the way to the Statue of Lxberty Could be Then one day m November one member of our class left us Ilm Long decxded that he had to work for future plans Glrls was the Loudenvllle falr as great as lt was supposed to be '7 Th1s was our second year our school played football and Mary Loulse rexgned as Homecommg Queen Another member of the class declded to qu1t Larry Gray thought he could do better on the outszde C - P .1 . i . K i Z . . , . ., , , . , . . C ' , I - I I In I I ' I 1 I 1 I I .I I l . . ' , . . , D . 1 , . - . ' 7 ' ' 5. . , . . . . . .. , . , . . . : ' I I I I 1 1 I 7 1 V r 1 r 1 This was Mr. Bash's first year here and we got acquainted in Algebra Class. . 1 . r . . , . I r ' 1 I . Q G A , . . . , . . . . . . 9 . , . it II D ' ' 1 1 - - . . . . , . , . , 1 r . . . . . . . . , . , . . , . I Semor Class Prophecy The rnernbers of the class of 1952 have been ve ry rnuch mt: rested ln psychology many of them havmg taken profound cours1 s ln such awe 1nsp1r1ng ph lses of the subject as psycholnalyszs and psychutry Nlturally thfy got all wrought up 1boutthe1r repres lons and complexe s defcnsc mechlnlsms ind r1t1on1l1z1t1ons And now comes the excltmg part of my story Last n1ghtI too had occasxon to entr r Professor Abdullah Freudson Brlllmg s offlce No not because of any mental we xkness merely to collf ct the rc nt My father ow ns tht bulldlng A11 I could fmd was a black covered notebook at the very bottom of the plle It was fllled wrth closely typed notes And what I found out lcopled mt down so ld not forget Hive no ff ir thit what I m tc llmg you lb Lncorrc ct lt s exlctly what the famous psychlatrlst wrote about the members of the Senlor Class all of whom evldently consulted hlm June 1s 1 nervous 1nqu1s1t1v1 type W1ll be a reporter and because of her lntensc mterest ln everybody s busmess and her cast 1ron nerve whlch enables her to penetrate where she 1s not wanted wlthout embarrassment she wlll be an excellc nt one ln ten yr xrs tlme she wlll be 1 natlonal celebrlty known as Polly Pry ofthe Graphlc News She wlll be so alert that she wlll lntervlew a cr1m1n11 whlle he IS commlttmg the crlme and get tomorrow s news last week Rrchard 1 stolld slow movlng chap vull never dlsplay elther speed or ammatlon Cin be trusted 1mpl1c1ty never to hurry He wxll flnd h1s proper pOSltlOD ln llfe early He wxll become a plumber s assxstant the one who goes bxck for the monkey wrench and can t flnd lt He w1ll contlnue ln that restful occupat1on untll he dles of old age Io Ann belongs to the great body of people who have a super1or1ty complex Evldently some one when she was very young prused her to excess for somethlng she dld and she has never recovered It gave her an mgrowlng personallty Her dellght and sklll rn gettlng others to work whlle she watches and her ablllty to answer all quest1ons sometmmes correctly to say nothmg of the snappy and forceful manner rn whlch she orders other people around pomt to but one callrng that of 1 school teacher Fxfty years from now gray halred perhaps and a trlfle wrmkled but young at heart and stlll golng strong she wlll be found ln our school bossxng not only her own puplls but everyone on her floor Wllma rs a composrte type wxth no xnhlbltlons and few ldeas and she loves publxclty Belongs to no type ln partlcular and to all IH comblnlng the worst features of each w1th a comely appearance and a strxkmg personahtv She has a good strong voxce can smg two ent1re songs w1thoutl0s1ng the tune and doesn t mmd domg anythmg no mxtter how sllly so long as she 19 well pa1d for It Her future 1s clear Ten ycars from now your favorlte motion plcture cathedral w11l be dlsplaylng huge slgns announcmv Wxlma Amerlca s Glrl Frlend IH Cmderella s Sandals the all talkmg all smgmg all dancmg all colored ep1c of the age Mlss Martm talks smgs dances and plays three muslcal Instruments mcludmg a vacuum cleaner Don t mlss lt O s ' . 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A, , . . .. - 11 - 1 - - - 1 - 1 1 C 1,1 1 1 - I - I - , - . r 1 - I 1 1 ' ' ' Y 1 - - 11 . 1 lNlary Loulse IS a charming type domestlc and cipxble but wlth a bllght mferlorlty connplex due to the unfortunate fact th it once she recelved only sec ond prlze ln an lnte rn 1t1on'1l bread biklng contest Ten ye lrs from now she w1ll bc the hippy wxfe of 1 promlnent l7L1SlHCSS min w1th the mcest honu 1nd the best xneals IH town In xdd1t1on to that she wxll be a lecture r on bonu makmg the kmd who tell people over the r'1d1o how to burld a front porch out of packxng boxes and how to feed ten people seven diys on twenty three cents aprece Shu w1ll undoubtedly grow fat is the result of eatlng hc r own cooklng but she w1ll always be cheerful and 1 model house km 1 pe r Her husband w1ll probably beconu bored ind elope with the cashler IH 1 tea shop but I Q innot be sure Ihxve not psychoanalyred hlm as yet Dorothy IS a strange case troubled by a recurre nt drearn ln whxch she 15 a c inary blrd bemg chised by x C t She told me she thought the drelm me xnt th It she would be tht keeper of a pet shop Qulte wrong She wlll be a great slnger She IS one now mentally but not vocally As soon as she learns to turn her tone lmages lnto iudlble sounds she w1ll have all the leadmg prlmx donnas looklng up the flrst tr un for home In 1999 She wlll be slngxng the tltle role of any ops ra you may nxme ln the Qosmopolltin Opera House and not TCCOQDIZITIQ her fr lends when she rneets them on the street Paul a rare type 15 of great Interest to a psychxatrlst He his a double complex As a result hxs reactlons range from blackest despur to s1tt1ng on top of the world He stirts a flllllfg. 1D one mood and flnlshes ln another The result IS always confusmg and sometlmes deplorable I-hs vocatlon must of necesslty be one not bound by rule or reason a sort ofcomb1n1t1on Steeple Jack and deep sea dwer as rt were He nuust be somethlng 1n whlch st1b1l1ty good Judgment open rrundedness and lack of prajudlce are unessentxal He w1ll become elther 1 b aseb xll umplre or a reff ree of prwc flghts J'1m is a very ordlnary case hawxng no outstandlng character1st1cs He lb fond of hxllbllly muslc the klnd you play wlth one fmger Slnce lnfancy he has rlmed words w1th ease He wlshes to be 1 post but flnds dlfflculty 1n securlng subjects ibout whmch to wrlte He has no knowledge of mus1c and would never make a poet I-hs future xs plun to see Flfteen years from now he wlll be a very successful song wrxter Hank W1ll13fnS wxll be h1s only rxval 1f any and he w1ll be TGCCIVIUQ royaltlc s by the bxrrel frorn such songs is I Can t Help It and Love Slck Blues Now th it your xnxxetles is to your futures are 111 it rest lt Is only fa1r to tm ll you that I learned thls mormng that Professor Abdullah Freudson Brlllrng IS not a psychlatrlst it all but an escaped lunxtlc from the stitc asylum Of course that wlll not affect the accur icy of h1s notes 'it all but I thought you mlght llke to know I , . 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' ' , . 1 1 , , w, 'Y DOR OT HY YOUNG Tre xsurer Dramatxcs Chorus Oulntet Sports Editor Salutatorxan RICHARD SMAIL Semors JIM DLAL Vxce Presxdent Baseball Basketball Dramatxcs Feature Edxtor .TO ANN BANBURY D,-amahcg Presxdent Dramatxcs Chorus Band Sc-xtette Homecommg Attendant Ass :sta nt Edxtor - fx 1 s at ' .!,i ,im -K ' . " . 6 171 si' if ' I rf X Y - . I al i 1 :' .....,........................ 4 ' - l .................... ' . ........................ 2-3-4 ............................ 1 2 3 Sextette ..............................,. 3 ' ........................... ' ......................... ........ Z ' ..... - ................ ' ......................... 4 ' .,....................,... -...3 ' ...................... 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SECOND ROW: Gene Strother, Mary Weigand, Kenneth Purdy, Delores Starner, Alhvrt Mellor. if IRST ROW: SICLIUNIJ ROW: 4.f Eighth Grade Richard Purdy, Faye Starncr, Ruth Ann Mariin, Ann Schopu-r, CL-1ro1Sm2-xil, Bc-vi-rly Hawkins, Bill Clark. llunnld Buren, Bob Starner, Joan Parsons, Karvn Mitrlmlmrl, lil-tty Huwkin-., Sammy Kinsey, Gene Nldson. FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW: THIRD ROW: Freshman Class S. Bznrncs, C. Parsons, S, Didingcr, J. Fortune, G. Allison, J. Young, J. Mellor. R, Mellor, F. Ridenbaugh, E. Johnson, J. Cooper. B. Wilson, V. Butler. D. Bower, D. Ridenbaugh, T. Parsons, D. Hawkins, L. Martin, L., Nommuy s 4 af' P Seventh Grade FIRST POW: J. Ryan, Ex, Kinsey, B. Scott, Al, Nomrnzxy, C. Mellor, T. Weigand, M. Stoner, R. Scott. SECOND ROW: B. Cooper, C, lXlorris,S.M:ur1in,J, P1111-r,S. Full-r, P, N0n1n1:sy,Miss Wade. 'l'llll?D HOW' J, Wllclz-r, H. Kinsey, fl, Sunil, H, Slrousm-, ll, Kinan-V. FIRST ROW: SECOND ROW THIRD ROW: FOURTH ROW: R L W J. 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Basketball Team FOR GLENMONT HIGH S easo n S Games Startlng what seemed to be an average season the Glenmont s Indlans bu1lt qulte a reputat1on for bemg one of the most defeated teams mn Holmes County I the flrst league game the Glenmont s lndlans were defeated by Blg Pra1r1e The remalmng league games the Ind1ans were defeated by Klllbuck who really ran over the Indlans Clark Walnut Nashvllle and Berlm ln the non league games we played Gamb1er Amity Sacred Heart and Mount Eaten who were from surroundmg countrles The most excxtmg game was wlth Mount Eaten We were falrly even matched Nexther team had won a league game ln two years 'The score durmg the whole game was never ten pomts d1ffe1-ence The Indzans was traxlmg m the thlrd quarter and then 1n the fourth quarter the lnd1ans gave a fmal push and won by one polnt This was the flrst and only vlctory for the Glenmont s lndlans Varslty Tournament Play The flrst taste of defeat ln the 1952 tournament was when Klllbuck defeated our lnd1ans Thxs defeated our Indxans Thls defeat ended our basketball playlng for th1.s season v g 1 ch M SECOND Row G yNo I . 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