Glenwood High School - Silhouette Yearbook (New Boston, OH)

 - Class of 1951

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SCH00l SURE Scarlet stands for bravery Gray stands for mxght for Alma Mater dear go r1ght 1n and f1ght Rah' Rah' Rah' Ever we'l1 play the game wm the vxctory and then our hearts wlll gam strength and po1se from thee Let us be ever true to Glenwood dear let Scar let and the Gray f1ll our hearts w1th cheer Rah' Rah' Rah' though d1stant we may roam thoughts wxll llnger st1ll our school days spent w1th1n Glenwood by the h1ll 4.4 'X g 5 -. K was-. 'Q , G , X1 0 , Q A 1: W I Q 1 F I my Q . Ms. E A A g 5 " v - I 2 1 2 L 1 " ' 'N J'f1'MNW' Wg . say' A N . Lt. W e 'C' f' ' ' 9 5 . I S . , I, . . 9 ' n - - - i I I ' 1 9 1 ' D . . . , , .. , . Z MR. F.M. JACKSON, SUPERINTENDENT ship schools . MR R E HALL PRINCIPAL Mr Hall was a graduate of Glenwood High School class of 1928 and attended Ohio Uni versity University of Cincinnati Defiance College where he received his B A degree and Ohio State University where he obtained his Master of Arts degree Mr Hall's first teaching position when he came to New Boston was at Stanton Elementary School After serving there for a period of two years he was transferred to Oak Street School where he served as principal for a period of two and one half years and in January of 1935 he came to Glenwood as an instructor of English and held this position until 1942 when he became principal In 1944 he was in the United States Navy and returned in 1946 as principal and has done a great Job 3 Mr. Jackson has been superintendent of the New Boston School system for the past nine vears. He holds a B,S, degree in education from Miami University of Cincinnati. He came to New Boston from Brown county where he was superintendent of Clark Town Previous to being superintendent of schools he was principal from 1936 to 1942 at Glenwood With Mr. Jackson at the head of the New Boston schools we are sure that our educational system will continue to be one of the finest. F! ig.. Wvs. 105 64 ,V .Q 'Y GENEVIEVE CAMPBELL MR. ROBERT H UFF MAN MRS, MINTA SISLER MR. JOE JENKINS MR, PAUL DUNCAN MISS TODD MITCHELL 3 M MISS FERN CURRY WHEELER MR, ELMON C, CAUDLLL ,A MQ' MR, I. D. WASHINGTON MRS. LAURA HAVENER MRS, AGNES DAVIS MR. I. PRESTON BRYAN .- . MR, DAVID LODWICK 'B as MISS RUTH ANN PEAKE MR. CLIFFORD CURRY MISS MAJORY CURRY T' PA UL DAVIS HERBERT RICKEY 'I-'?!' .-ng. JUNE STARRETT S C H 0 nl D uzrr TO RIGHT: Charles Pellegrinon, Clarence 1-ugnfiexd, James Crisp, Paul Hempill, Orville Wolfe, Thomas Semones. 5 '23, fm 46' B iw Q. ,J '7 9 1 l 6 In , . -:Q P x . ' '-X V VVlii:g,.A -:Lux ,A 1 . Q 'ig r , V . M ' -E ff- 9 'Y P 'iignqi ' fix. 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S . . : '- '- , . 4. . nf A WANADA GREEN Wanada G A A 3 Secretanat 3 4 Annual Staff 4 Future CIIIZCHS Club Student Counc1l 4 T55 if CHARLES MARTIN Buddy Club 51 Annual Staff4 RUSSELL MCMANUS Russell Club 51 Annual SI3ff4 JUDY SKAGGS Judy Club 51 Annual Staff4 13 1 JOYCE GRIFFIN Joyce Laun Club 1 Secrelanat 3 G A A 3 AnnualStaff4 LetW1ll1amTell K s LEILA SNYDER Lella Club 5 Annual Staff 4 Secre tanat 3 4 f 2 class will ,ii Ne the Sen1or Class of 1951 of the town of New Boston county of Sc1oto and the state of Oh1O bemg of sound mmd and memory for who can prove otherw1se do hereby make pubhsh and declare thls to be our last W1 1 and testament hereby revoklng any w1ll or wllls here to fore made by us The Sen1or Class awards to Janet W1ckl1ne the Congres s1onal Medal of Honor for her hustlmg on the squad Bob Adams leaves h1s shavmg set to Bert Gamb1ll We th1nk Bert w1ll really need and apprec1ate th1s Elsxe Bartlett leaves her fascmatmg glggle to Joyce Adams Th1s 15 really somethmg Joyce' Don Bowhng leaves h1s ab1l1ty to reclte 1n Mrs Camp bell s class to Jack Kegly Remember Jack speak 1n a complete sentence Elmo Buckle leaves Nancy W1ckl1ne to the Junlor Class Be sure and take good care of her Ralph Campbell leaves h1s ab1l1ty to fall 1n and out of love to Frank Maple Thls 15 qulte an asset Tony' Gerald Cornwell leaves h1s motor b1ke to CarolP1erce Maybe you can get to school on t1me now Carl' Don Danlels leaves h1s role as a photographer on the Annual Staff to Carole C1nersk1 Be sure and put some f1lm 1n the camera' Bernlece Dotson leaves her musxcal ab1l1ty to Sam Jenkms Don'tforget Sam you have to pract1ce once a week Bob Flnney leaves h1s blcycle to Jack Sexton All he needs now 1S some one to pump It for h1m George F1tch leaves h1s Ford to Sonny Stapelton Don t forget to wash lt once 1n a wh1le Sonny' Bess1e Flovd leaves her specs to Gary Boren Bess1e s appearance w1ll be somewhat altered won t they Gary? Wanada Green leaves her qu1et personal1t to B1ll Semones Ma be th1s w1ll encourage you to talk a 1ttle B1ll' Joyce Gr1 fm leaves her blond ha1r to Phyllls Clevenger We would l1ke to see P1b ln blond ha1r Don Holbrook leaves h1s 1nv1t1ng gr1n to J3.Ck1C Hughs Remember Jack1e You have to use Ipana Three t1mes aday Phyll1s Huffman leaves her dog "shep ' to Donna Thomp son It may bark but 1t 1sn't v1c1ous Charles Hunter leaves h1s newspaper cl1pp1ngs to Imogene Staten Thxs w1ll really get you 1n sol1d wlth the LawClass B1g Bess Imes leaves h1s physmque to Dean Lyles Th1S requxres a strxct d1et Dean Barbara Jennmgs leaves Mrs Campbell's class to Mary Stevens Remember Mary ACT l1ke you have your lesson Barbara K1ser leaves her crown to a lucky Junmor ' None other than Tom Royster Jerry LEWIS leaves h1s thr1v1ng popcorn bus1ness to Don Evans Remember Don no cred1t' 154 rs 5 f 5 ,111- Z- ft 5 f 2 .. . 1 . .I . . . 1 '. .3 . ' . ' 4, . . .Q y . D' i A' ' -1 ih- -I- -l- ' m P- IILHSS llllll av' Marv1n Marlowe leaves h1s Job at the Oh1o to Mary Gamb1ll Th1s means you w1ll have to g1ve up your Job at the Pan Mary Charles Martm leaves h1s he1ght to Bob Jones Th1s 15 very dear to Charles so please apprec1ate lt June May leaves her red ha1r to V1v1an Cornwell Imag1ne ' V1v1an w1th red ha1r' Janet McDan1el leaves her ab1l1ty to get a man to Nelle Lemaster and Pat H1leman Hurry and get her secret g1rls' J3.Il.1Ce McDan1el leaves her short curly ha1r to Judy Shonkwmler Remember a short tr1m every week Judy Russell McManus leaves h1s Portsmouth g1rls to Charl1e Bond Remember Charl1e 1t's the red ha1r that gets them W1lma Ph1ll1 s leaves her after duty hours to R1ta Cooper Remem er R1ta you have to stay at least one hour each evenlng Kelly Phxpps leaves h1s sc1ent1f1c bra1n to J1m Lemaster Th1s means lots of homework J'1m Paul Porter left at least that 1S what Mr Hall told us to say but personally we thmk Frank Sturgxll and Ron Smxt chased h1m away so they could have h1s seat m Law Class Phyllxs Redw1ne leaves her track ab1l1ty to Ruth Ann Schwamberger You w1l1 have to keep 1ntra1n1ngRuthAnn room to W1ll1s Martln a.nd Yvonne Logan You won't have to worry about th1s one bemg worn only a l1ttle dusty Dave Semones leaves h1s Powers ModelGu1de 'to Judy Curry Bud Mllls leaves h1s outstand1ng football ab1l1ty to MaryAnnSchwable Smce th1s requxres physxcal traunng more "Goof Sam Shmgler leaves h1s pos1t1on on the Basketball team to W1llard Baxter Beatr1ce Smxth leaves her long blond ha1r to Doneece Patton Oka Doneece stay away Lrom the Perox1de bottle George taten leaves h1s car to B1ll Oster Why the M1ch1gan tacfs George? Norma Thacker leaves nothmg she w1l1 settle for Paul Wr1ght Wanda Weaver leaves her slmky f1gure to Margme Hughs Th1s means no more candy Marg1e' Weed em more Weddmgton leaves h1s basketball playmg ab1l1tyDto Howard Cx1ll1land Remember Goof thxs means strlct hys1calTra1n1ng Paul Wr1ght leaves h1s car to Jerry Tmdall Remem ber Jerry only two g1rls at a t1me m M- em -M- I b ffl!! I 4 rr - A Y. I l l D . . , O - I-1 l . N I . . . ' 3 . - U. . Q., . . ' " ..' '. .UP I - - - ' ' . '. 0 ' . , . . '. . . : W- ' . ' E o-'o' , I 0 h . . D ' . ,,- . ' I , , 'S - i - . 4- ,N . . , ru , , ua , . ' ,'D" N -. , . fn I ' A U1 .. W I ' ' A, . ' 3 2. A .. - V 1 yy, .-, M . , g- . '1 . l . ' G '- .. l sn' l . . U7 ,- ' . .. . D. V . . D - . O 1 3 . . . . fu , . I . ' n' " I fl rl u 1, I' 1 1 W 1 I 24 1 l I I I P Ml ' 1 X 'cf' '7' .M X '? M' TDR' if All ,X -ai' Jim Sheridan fPresidentj Ruth Ann Schwamberger VICE Pres1dent Jack Kegly Secretary and Treasurer Rua Cooper Reporter Sonny Stapelton Mary Stevens Jack Sexton Patr1c1a I-hlernan Turlv Furrv Bert Gamb111 Janet W1Ck11HC Ron Srruth Wlllard Baxter Mary Gamb111 Sam Jenklns Frank Sturg111 Donna Thompson Jerry Tmdall Mary Ann Schwable Howard Gllhland Nelle Lemaster Bill Sernones Anna Ruth Cooper Don Evans Torn Royster Audi-y Skaggs Bob Jones Carol Cinerski Phyllis Clevenger Jim Lemaster Doneece Patton Frank Maple Charlie Bond Lillian Stevens Carl Pierce Margie Hughs Vivian Cornwell Gary Boren Glendon Ble vins Sarah Estepp Jackie Hughs Willis Martin Imogene Staten Dean Lyles : - Q F 3' ,J i ISC 1 -0 -up 4 ..,-0 i f-J ,ff , 'ir 11 .. ff: R ' -xi V s " xfrz - v, .li i v .4 if 6 1 in ' M it Vg jr s ,sio o YFPW 0 'J 4 -. ... ' 0 ,Q 'P,L4Yv . Z 1 fig! "r-1 f j ' 5, ,Y M 17 0? H 5 7,5 s Y, 1 lr? f f - M? ' I V 7 C3 A 1' df! 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'Nga ,iv 'I Roger Goddard Carol Payton Don Fo1t Nadme Aldmdge Judy Dyer Jerry Smlth Pat Turner Jon Wlcklme Don Maple Earlene Penn1ngton X' .fy-J 1 11 Bob Clark Joleen T1catch Don Aeh Jeanette Hanson Harold Fraley Wanda Sm1th Joann Wrlght B111 Seth Mllton Blume rf1eld Jack McGlone Jlm Thornsbury Jack Hall Carlos Haney 2 .ffq ar v .vw-4' :sunk EIGHTH FIRST ROW: Miss Curry, Richard Riley, Larry Fisher, Inez Hanners, Judy Bickett, Norma Blan- ton, Rosemarie Meenach, Janet Warnock, Don Fultz, Dolores Porter, Lou Ella Kallas, Delbert Perry, Earl Adkins, Raymond Stone, Roger God- dard, Douglas Pierce, Mr. Huffman. SECOND ROW: Ronald Patrick, Carolyn Douglas, Jerry Gillen, Ronald Mershon, Gary Bowling, Gary Brady, Jimmy Smith, Ruth Rold, Ronald Yinger, Frank Shuff, Dean Aeh, Tommy Spears, Iarnes Chandler, Bill Manuel, Eugene Smith. THIRD ROW: Howard Salyers, Richard Sizemore, Vivian Phipps, Darlene Lands, Marilyn Smith, Wanda Adkins, Roger Gregery,CeceliaTolbert, Dorothy 1 Hayes, Yvonne Nolan, Geraldine Price, Shirley Kirk, Sally Brown, Monna Jackson, Helen Horner, Joe Cinereski. FOURTH ROW: Charles Zixkles, Nora Johnson, Wanda Cooper, Shelby Purdy, Lavonda Johnson, Wilma Cook, Sharon Patton, Freida Blevens, Paul Hileman, Patty Schwable, Madelyn Walker, Shilly Porter, Sharon Wagner, Betty Thomas, Barbara Hogan. FIFTH ROW: James Murrow, Raymond Branham, Roger Hamilton, Roland Mershon, Carl Bush, Carlos Greenhill, Marie Belford, Helen Riley, Rosemarie Wymer, Shirley McCoy, Barbara Goodman, Joanne Kallam, Glenda Adams, Faye Griffin, Laura Fultz. SEVENTH GRI-IDE savanna, LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Kay Duncam, Anne Abraham, William Skaggs, jack Payne, David hlllls, Richard Yinger, Martin Pennington, Paul Clevenger, Darrel Yeley, Ron Hicks, Doh5lasPl1ipps, johnNelsoi1, Darrell Adames, Mrs. Davis. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Havener, Mrs. Sisler, Joyce Wright, Carmen Keeney, Carol Chandler, Doris Chase, Rodney johnson, Franklyn Rowles, Joan Watldel, Judy Fitch, Joan Worley, Frances Mar- tin, Joan Ferry, Kay Smith, Norma Clark, Neil Mingus. THIRD ROW: Bill Clark, Sam Briggs, Bill Turner, Larry Stevens, Clayton Wellman, jack Pauley, Sidney Giles, Barbara Cunningham, Shirley Green, Esther Horner, Janet Morris, Fanny Zeles, Louise McC1eese, Gary Spears, Mike Morris. FOURTH ROW: Ralph lines, DaxidGreeh, Leroy Craft. Junior Lowder, Carl Williams, Robert Skelton, Paul White, Richard Martin, Robertwilliams. Ron Stevens, Wesley Ratclifr, Ron Wolfe, Ron Jamison, Stanley Horsely, Forrest Greenhill, Mitchel W3l'l'illg. A Z 5 . 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ROXX1 Don Xlaple, Carllinsh, Gary Spears, Bob Tindall, Jack Hall, Tug Lylcf. :afdnw , , . Yi :a f fl, ,rs ' F fluff' . I., 1111 II1 Z- rix Q ku ,,,.1., Y"1 'Y 41 f EDUCHTIUH LEFT 'IO RIGHT HRST ROW John Hanson Jerry Glllen Jlm Chandler B111 Manuel Ron Patrxck MLOXD ROW Mr Duncan DouExans Alvmlolmson Karl Thompson JackKc51y K U H E E R I- E H D E R S FIRST Rox: YlX.1,1H41Uf.WL'1l, P.fll1rHA.ffIIlJI1, SI L UND RUM --lit.: CI-'vp-,r, 1.1m-rW1Lk1x,L-, Ndmj. .N'ick1i,.g, P ,ylixx L'.v.k.,.:kr. 35 UUSTUDIHHS LEFT TO RIGHT Bob Cassldy 'XISTIII all NOT PICTURED Mr Halmah HEPUHTEHS LEIT TO RICJHI 5011115 Dans, Dxck Payne Phyllls Huffman R1t'1 Lou Cooper jauxu NICDBIIILT ,YN 5 D" x I ,..-1 .f CX- 36 2 li, . r X , 4 X N , , K fi . I . , K K. , ,Q ' -Y. QL. .!3 -xy S :Q 'M . K ' T T 9' K X , 5 H - g : . ' A . L 1 J . 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HX - + Nh on -AJ , W XG. it 1 lesfgvf if LAND., N Ka v'XAq33 ,A X 5, I 9, X, Q , SPORTS naw-Q -Uv Xan- 'fl PAUL J DAVIS H d C h ROBERT L HUFFMAN ea Cac Ass1stant Football Coach Football and Basketball PAUL H DUNCAN Assxstant Football Coach and Baseball Coach 'Wm Q and Reserve Basketball Coach HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS Co1leenTom11n, Freshman Attendant Barbara Jenmngs, Senror Attend ant Barbara Krser, Queen Mary Ann Schwable, Jumor Attendant Sandra Brrsker, Sophomore Attendant CORONATION Co Captain Jack Sexton and Barbara Ktset PHYLLIS HUFFMAN "Senior" Phyllis has been on the squad for three years. This year she did a swell job and she will really be missed. CHEERLEADERS PHYLLIS CLEVENGER Junior" Phyllis did a very good Job the f1rst year as cheerleader and we really expect a lot from her next year NANCY WICKLINE "Junior" Every game you'll see Nancy doing her been for the team. We're sure she'll do her best next year too. Rita Cooper Vivian Cornwell and Janet Wicklme all gave capable assistance to the three vars1ty cheerleaders 49 I I ' . l l A 1 n CA ?A I VARSITY FIRST ROW: Karl Thompson, Manager: Leo Lawhun: HerbertSkeens: Harold King: Tony Maple: Walter Imes: Norman Pence: Jerry Lewis: Bill Semones: Bud Mills: Wayne Bowling, Manager. SECOND ROW: Paul Duncan, Ass't Coach: George Fitch: Bill Gilliam: James LeMaster: Howard Pierce: Don Rankins: Jack Sexton: Roy Imes: Paul Davis, Coach. THIRD ROW: Dean Lyles, Manager: Pat Riley: George Staten: Marvin Newman: Frank Seth: Harold Fraley: Paul Thomas: Gary Boren: Jim Sheriden: Dick Payne: Robert Huffman, Ass't Coach. 62' ..w5Q4tiu,UPu 5"5""'9 "F?INKYDlNKS" FIRST ROW: Robert Huffman, Coachg Karl Thompson, Managerg Carl Pierce: Oral Gulleyg Charlie Bond: Andy Roberts: Richard Elkinsg Sonny Davis: Bill Sextong Jack McGloneg Wayne Bowling, Manager. SECOND ROW: Marvin LeMasterg Paul Penix: John Greenlriilg Charlie Schwableg Frank Nichclsg Bill Sethg Dean Stan-:ng Roger Goddard: George Browng Carlos Haneyg Dean Lyles, Managerg IerryTindal1, Manager. 52 BHSHETBHH Howard G1ll1land Goof Jumor Th1s IS Howard s second year as a vars1ty player and It has turned out to be asuccessfulone He made the allS O C team and has scored 3l4po1nts th1s season Gary Boren Gary .Tumor Th1s IS also Garys second year as a vars1ty player H played guard all year and could always be counted on to glve h1s best performance He scored 217 pomts th1s season Th1s was Sam s f1rst year as a vars1ty player As center he has g1ven some f1ne games H scored 195 polnts thls season Elmo Buckle Elmo Sen1or Elmo s f1rst and only year on the team was as a vars1ty guard He showed much ab1l1ty as a ball handler Elmo has scored 95 pomnts thxs season Donald Bowlmg Don Semor Don came up from Reserves to play vars1ty forward Although he was mjured early 1n the season he came back to play some good Ball 132 polnts 53 ' ' ll ll ' ' ' I ll ll ' ' ' I ' . e Sam Shingler "Sam" Senior . , . . . , ' ' . e ll Il ' , . ' ll ll ' Y BHSHETBH11 Paul Thomas Paul D1ck Sophomore Paul Dlck IS a f1rst str1ng Reserve man and Coach Dav1s used mm as a Vars1ty Sub He scored 19 po1nts B111G1111am B111 Sophomore B1111S also a f1rststr1r1g Re serve man but has seen some vars1ty act1on B111 was unable to score 1n any Vars1ty games J1m Sher1den "J1m Jun1or 11m started the season on f1rst str1ng but due to some sh1fts m the 11ne up he lost th1s berth However J1m could always b counted on for a f1ne game scored 68 po1nts Jack Sexton Jack' Jun1or Although Jack saw a lot f act1on th1s year most of lt was 1n ba11 hand11ng However he scored 26 polnts JackKeg1ey 'Jack Jun1or Jack played a 1ot of vars1ty ba11 th1s year and came through w1th many of the most 1mportant pomts of the game He scored 99 pomts thxs season 54 YI ' ll ' ' ll ' ll . . . H . ' Ae ' . He YI I ' o I ll ' LEFT TO RIGHT SEATED Paul Thomas Sam Shmgler Howard G11111and lack Kegley Don Bowlmg Ilm Shendan STANDING B111 Glllxam Elmo Buckle Coach Davls Gary Boren Jack ben Scores e They Coalgrove Stockdale South Po1nt Ironton Clay East Clay Central Wheelersburg West Unxon Waverly Washurzgton Mmford Chesapeake East Central Faxrland Ironton South Webster Waverly Tournaments Southeastern Good Hope Chesapeake Season Record Won Lost 55 W 50 52 41 43 ' 59 38 55 49 48 44 39 44 55 57 47 40 West Union 49 60 49 59 ' 53 56 43 63 ' 60 58 ' 61 58 51 50 54 42 69 43 ' 71 43 45 43 48 44 58 57 74 48 56 53 13 10 RESERVES LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Harold Fraley B111 G11l1am Sonny Davrs Charlre Bond John Hanson Carlos Haney SECOND ROW Robert Huffman coach Don Burton Paul Thomas Wayne Bowlmg Herb Skeens Bob Jones Carl Thompson mgr Scores Coalgrove Stockdale South Po1nt Ironton West Unlon South Webster East Falrland Wes t Uruon Central Ironton Mumford Che sapeake Whee lersburg Waverly Washmgton SC1OtOV1l1C Central Clay e They 56 W 20 21 31 Z7 ' 37 Z4 28 22 ' 41 25 Z7 29 30 52 Clay 16 25 ' 49 31 ' 49 22 37 20 17 16 ' Z1 Z3 37 35 38 35 42 34 ' 37 38 ' ' 43 35 37 9 Z1 26 Q 4 Don Evans Doneece Patton Judy Shonkwrler Frank Maple W1ll1am Stapleton Mary Ann Schwable Iackre Hughes Dean Lyles Judy Curry Margre Hughes,Ianet Wrck ltne Student Drrector JUHIUH CLHSS PLHU vunnf 6 Don Evans, Mary Gambrll Nancy Wrckhne, l-rank Maple Wrllram Stapleton Ruth Ann Schwamberger Wrlhs Martm Carol Crnereskr, Donna Thompson V1v1an Cornwell Student Duector 1 3 E 57 .,-a y 4,dr 1.1231 5 M by 8 5 -'V Q 1951 M "NIU FH lHl FRIEND " ,. . Y., at Q , ,V 1-' .mt , , ' , R FIRST ROW Janet McDanrel Wanada Green Iamce McDaniel Phyll1s Hufrman SECOND ROW Don Bowlmg Marvm Marlowe Elsre Bartlett Norma Thacker Paul Wnghl Bud Mrlls SEIIIUH CLHSS PLHU HIHEHIIIHII PHSSPUHI Woven from the fabrlc of today's prob lems and todays challenges AMERICAN PASSPORT dep1cts mn a search1ng yet re freshxng and heart warmmng manner he experxences of a well satlsfred small town bus1ness man who f1nally awakens to the fact that 1ns1d1ous seeds of sophxstry and sub versxve 1dCOlOg1eS have not only found root but are flour1sh1ng 1n the act1v1t1es of hxs own son twenty one and daughter nme teen who he learns are act1velycampa1gn 1ng to electa dangerous radxcal to Congress Ed I-1am11ton Bertha I-Iamxlton Louella Dxck Aunt Jen Judy Jame B111 Wllson Mrs Swartz Don Bowhng Phyll1s Huffman Janet McDame1 Marv1n Marlowe Jan1ce McDan1el Wanada Green Norma Thacker Paul Wr1ght Els1e Bartlett How hrs chxldren are made to see these mot1ves 1n them' true l1ght and what they do to show then- loyalty to the land that gave them b1rth IS stlrrxngly revealed as plot and counter plot unfold to present a convmcmg exposxtxon ln re emphas1z1ng the Four Free doms and expos1ng fallac1ous un Amerlcans M1ss Fern Wheeler agam gxves her best 1n d1rect1on and she IS asslsted by Wxlma Ph1ll1ps as student d1rector and Janet Schwable as prompter 4 . 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You guessed It George F1tch George was now the owner of a large cha1n of Texaco stat1ons We understand he got h1s start on the corner of Gall1a and Harr1sonv1lle way back mn 1951 Whxle we were havlng our flat f1xed George adv1sed us to take a cab because he was busy We called the Chevrolet Cab Co whxch was owned by Dave Semones Dave took us to the a1rport where the f1rst rocketsh1p to reach the moon had Just returned Dave 1nformed us that one of our old classmates had perfected the formula for the fuel necessary to get the rocketsh1p there It was none other than Professor C B Hunter Charles was as modest as usual over the tr1p wh1ch had made h1m famous and he even gave us hls autograph' We understood that Charles and one other of our Classmates were the fmrst ones to set foot on the moon Of course th1s had to be the adventurous type so we know 1mmed1ately who xt was Wanada Green! We asked to see the pllot and rt was not to our surpr1se to fxnd Bud M1115 st1ll as b1g a daredevll as ever Dave told us that a well known beaut1c1an was 1n town for the next few days who was g1v1ng lessons to glrls on how to f1x thelr ha1r properly It was run by none other than Phyll1s Huffman It was Dave s lunch hour so we dec1ded 71 .W V' 1 .ff'Qi' .Q-1-2'-. 11-' , ' I - I I . Q I ! , . . . I f . . l . . l U ' ' ' e F heard a commotion around the corner. We decided to look in on it, and - ' 1 ' . 7 ! ! . , . I I . , . L.. gpm to walk Wh1le walklng down the street we not1ced a myster1ous lookmg person 1n blue dragg1ng a man 1n one hand and a club 1n the other And who should xt be but Janlce McDan1e1s 1n a pol1cewoman's unlform She had Just arrested Walterlmes for Jaywalkmg She let us understand that lt was Walter s second offence or she would not have been so severe Upon leavlng Jan1ce we not1ced acloud of smoke dr1ft1ng down the Street We were curlous so we stayed to see what lt was When the smoke cleared there stood our old frlend and compan1on Weed em more Weddmgton ow the owner of K1ng Wayne" world famous c1gar Company Around the corner was the off1ce of the New Boston T1mes World s largest newspaper whxch was run by Charles Martln He got h1s start way back 1n 1951 as a newsboy for the Portsmouth T1mes Upon leav1ng the off1ce we were attacked and lassoed by a bunch of redheaded hoodlums We called for help and who was to come but thezr Aunt June May We talked to June and found out that she had gxven up her college career to be a housew1fe When we fmally left June s house or should we say escaped the f1rst people we ran mto were Bob Adams and Russell McManus who were push1ng two baby carrlages down the street Bob and Mac told us they had settled down and were marr1ed after they graduated Golng down the street we came upon a large super market wh1ch had just been con structed We enteredto f1nd Ralph Campbell manager It was an1ce after noon so we dec1ded to go to the races and who was dr1v1ng a rac1ng car but Gerald Cornwell who had been speedxng s1nce he got h1s motor b1ke back 1n 1951 We dec1ded to have our p1ctures taken and who do you thmk was the photographer? You guessed It Don Dan1els F1ve hours later they were f1n1shed and as we were leav1ng who should be enter1ng but Bern1ce Dotson Bermce had been work1ng for Don as a model Farther up the street we saw a strange lookmgsxght a couple were hold1ng hands beh1nd a telephone pole It was Beatrlce Sm1th and Bob F1nney Beatrlce mformed us Bessle Floyd had settled down and found a true love We stopped at the Oh1o Theatre to f1nd that Janet McDan1el now owned IE and Jerry Lew1s was sellmg popcorn Janet told us that Joyce Gr1ff1n was now runn1ng a school for speech and was dO1ng very well Janet Schwable and Phyllxs Redwzne were her pr1ze pup1ls Barbara Jennmgs was Joyce s assxstant It was a very hot day so we dec1ded to stop at the daxry bar for 1ce cream and found Wanda Weaver, now Mrs Douglas Arthurs putt1ng up a new s1gn for Paul Porter who was now operatlng the dalry bar Paul told us that George Staten was 1n M1ch1gan gett1ng h1s new tags for h1s car and Kelly Phlpps was manager of the Restaurants for the New Boston branch ofU S Steel Our furlough belng over we left toreturn to France for our next ass1gnment wlth the Forelgn Leglon Don Bowl1ng Elmo Buckle Q, , iiI'.lMF'l"7" f 3' " my ' v , - - n vu , . . 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