Gnadenhutten High School - Goal Yearbook (Gnadenhutten, OH)
- Class of 1940
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Text from Pages 1 - 38 of the 1940 volume:
ABOUT OUR SPONSGRS
In the 1940 Goal the n xmes of adx ertlsers and patrona sn 111 appear at
the bottom of certaln p ages rather than ln a group at the back
'Ihe Goal Staff wlshes to take thls 0pIJOI'tl1H1tV to thank
the 3dXLI't1'i6I'b and patrons for their Qplendxd Qupport wlthout Wh1Ch It
would have been unpossxble to produce the Goal
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CLASS OF 1940
GNADENHUTIEN HIGH SCHOOL
To MISS LOUISE Gerber
In recognltlon of her SETVICBS and efforts to promote the good of our
class we the Class of Nlneteen Hundred and Forty respectfully dedlcate
our Yearbook to Mlss LOUlb6 Gerber as a token of our apprecxatlon
From our hearts to yours alwav
A frlendlv trall, w1th tender thoughts
All fragrant wlth for get me nots
There's a memory trail, that will wend its way
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
SUPERIWTENDFNT L11 IGH,'l'0lN P STARR
Mount Unxon College B S
Ohlo State Unlverslty M A
D V Kennedy Clerk Lelghton P Starr Supt B A Kohl V1cePres1dent
Denms M Wolfe Presldent Laurel Bowers Dr W C Roche
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D N kennedy
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ORGANIZATION AND HISTORY
Presldent Glenn Hamllton
Vlce Presldent Dean M1lls
Secretary Irma George
Treasurer Kay Slmmers
Class Colors Rose and Sllver
Class Motto Ney er let lt rest until your
good 1s better and your better best
In the fall of 1928 thnty tour small boys and glrls began thelr educa
made our hrst year of school llfe pleasant but helped us lay the founda
tlon for our tvs elve years of school
As the years came and went and we passed from one grade to an
other several of our or1g1nal classmates left us but others took thelr
Mlss Mary Malcohn MISS Esther Ulrlch MISS Julla Pfenfer Mxss
Helen Wardell and M1ss Edith Schrelner gulded us safely through the
next flve years of our school hfe
Bv thxs tlme we were ready to enter J unlor Hlgh School and were ad
vanced to the new bulldlng under the leadershlp of Mr Johnson
Durmg the elghth year Mr Plummer was our teacher
The followmg year vse entered hxgh school green as most freshmen
are There were twenty elght members 1n all Mr Plummer was stlll our
nome room teacher
In our sophomore year we were dlrected by Mr Sears
As JUHIOTS we agaxn had Mr Johnson as our leader We were very
3Ct1V9 durlng that year We sold candy and held partles to raxse money
The greatest ex ent of our Junlor year was our Junlor Senlor Banquet 1n
vwhlch we featured Holland
As Senlors we are now SUDGTVISQO by Mr Rutledge but Mlss Gerber
lb our home room teacher There are twenty four members 1n our class
at present The or11nal members of the class are Kathleen Slmmers
Josephlne Mlshler Norwood Dayldson Wlllard RICE Marv Blaclfburn
Clarence Rank Mary Lou Grott Glenn Hamllton Jon Homan Rav Ken
nedy and June Leonhard
Before say mg au revolr to G H S we wlsh to express our slncere
thanks to all of our teachers who have taken so much lnterest IH us dur
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I-'IENBERG'S I'I10'1'HING STORE DAILY TIXIES
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In the summer of 1945 I Kathleen S1mmers was granted a leave of
absence as stenographer from my employer ln order that I mlght go
abroad to fulfill my greatest deslre m llfe that of bemg a fashlon artlst
Whlle ln New York I stopped at the Publlc Natmonal Bank and Trust
Company of New York to secure travellng checks to use on my tr1p Who
hould happen to come to the cashler wlndow but Josephlne Mlshler my
old school chum who was now head cashler of the bank After maklng out
my checks we began to talk of the many frlends and good tlmes we had
had together ln good old G H S
She mformed me that June Leonhard was now head bookkeeper ln
lhlS bank and that very soon she would enter the vows of matrlmony wxth
a young preacher whom she had met III Lltxtz Pennsylvama Later they
plan to go to the Hawauan Islands a mlsslonarles
As It was near the noon hour Jo mvlted me to lunch wlth her at the
Dutch Tavern Who should come to take our orders but Ethel Lawver
who was now head waltress of the restaurant It was lunch hour for all
employers and thelr employees and 1nto the restaurant walked Irma
George the prlvate secretary of The John Buttercup Company Inc It
had been rumored that she and John had been seen qulte often together
In New York and that the buddlng romance would come to a cllmax some
tlme ln June
The headlmes of a newspaper caught my eye and as I. read them I
reahzed that another former classmate had become quxte popular as a
baseball pltcher In bold face tvpe were the words BURMICH ACE
HURLER OF THE NEW YORK YANKEES IS FETED IN HOLLY
me to go wlth her to the hospltal to meet some friends whom she thought
I would enjoy seemg On 8l'ltBI'1I1g the hospltal I notlced a famlllar figure
seated at the desk It was none other than Mary Lou Grott who was now
head nurse of the 1nst1tut1on She told us that she and Mxldred Kopp had
graduated from Nurses Tralnmg together and that Mlldred was now
nurslng ln a h0Splta1 ln Plttsburgh
Jo sald that she wanted to see a patlent ln Room No 4 As I stepped
1ns1de the door I was very much surprlsed to see the former Vera Edwards
who was now the Wlfe of a prosperous garage man back m the old home
town She had been strlcken wlth an attack of appendlcltls Whlle on a
V1Slt to New York Clty
As we were about to leave the hospltal a tall man attlred ln whlte
came walkmg down the corrldor He seemed greatly pleased to see us
for he was another member of the class of 1940 Clarence Rank who was
now a doctor here
HFLI FR BRIIQ PILF Xl ORKS J E SMITH
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We spent the rest of the afternoon talkmg ow ex the many happy tlmes
we had had back at our old home town and of the whereabouts of our re
malnlhg classmates Jo as you can well expect had kept ln touch wlth
all the members of the class and I learned very many lnterestlng thmgs
about them from her
I learned that Mary Blackburn was now chlef llbrarlan of the Con
gresslonal Library and had also won the Academy Award for Chemlcal
Tom Conwell was the scout leader of forty some boys ln Boston
Harold Metzger was a prosperous farmer IH northern Iowa and was
farmlng on a large scale
Beatrlce Kall was the first woman audltor She was now audltlng
books ln the Mlnneapolls Flour Mxll
Leroy Kmsey was now a lleutenant who went to the Randolph Macon
Mllltafy School at Front Royal Vlrglnla and Robert Kadrx was now the
head prlnter of the New York Tr1bune
As It was growlng late I returned to the hotel to get some rest before
salllng As I passed by the desk I heard someone talklng to the desk
clerk The voxce sounded famlllar I turned around and to my surprlse
lt was another of my classmates Ray Kennedy He lmmedlately recog
nlzed me and we began talklng He told me that he was now a Physlcal
Fducatxon coach at Harvard Unlverslty and that Dean Mllls was a Sclence
teacher ln the same college
The next mornlng I phoned a taxl to take me to the boat A fine 1945
Ford drove up to the hotel and the drlver attxred ln a chauffer s unlform
was none other than Wlllard Rlce He sand that he had been running
the wheels off the Fords for many years
I walked up the gangplank to my stateroom After belng there for a
tlme I declded to take a stroll on the Class A deck The words H1 Kay
greeted me and there stood Jon Homan He was captaln of the boat He
was a radlo expert when he left Gnaden but his career had changed
ment Jean Wrlght who was a Jltterbug Instructor had her class of thirty
Jltterbugs perform for us
As I looked over the crowd of spectators I spled Glenn Hamllton I
went to talk to hlm and found that he too was on hls way to France to
advance hlS muslcal knowledge He wanted to be an even better vlollnlst
than he was now He saxd that Norwood Davldson was travellng Wlth
hlm and that he was golng to study more French so that he could be a
The next mornlng as I was strolhng down the deck I noticed a famxl
lar figure It was Robert Klser He told me that even though he had
broken h1s leg on Stocker s hxll while a Semor ln hlgh school he had taken
up sknng and was now one of the champlon skners of the day He was
on hls way to Swltzerland to practlce sknng durmg the next few months
I was greatly pleased w1th the success wlth whlch the members of
the class of 1940 had met and went forth on my Journey with a greater
determlnatlon to succeed ID llfe
WFIST SHOF C0 J R IYFIF
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Cllflord Butcher James Crawshaw Rosalou Frey Mary Jane Hamllton Robert Hasse
Second Rlow Jay Hoffman Bessie Huebner Erma Kall Betty Lawver Chester Lee
Ervin Leonhard Frank Miller June Miller Eugene1Mlshler
Third Row Verna Jean Mlshler Phyllis Montague Ray Parrish Helen Proud Bessie
gulllln, Betty Schupp Doris Stephenson Richard Struchen Betty Stewart Teacher Mr
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Emma Jane Gilmore Marjorie Guthrie R earlng Donna Hlnes Helen Huebner
Second Row Roy Huebner John Huston Lloyd Kall Geraldine Kinsey Mary Kln
sey, Charles Long Rocelle Mapel Florence Mathias Jacqueline Mlnter
Third Row Roberta Parker blenn Parrish Charles Porter Ralph Porter Albert
Reiner Richard Rice Donald Rldgway Robert Roberts William Roche
Fourth Row Norma Schupp Plchard Schupp Wllllam Shepard Ruth Stephenson.
Maxine Struchen Walter Tedrick Harold Wllbarger Clement Wolfe Teacher lllss
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SAVINGS 8z LOAN ASSOCIATION 8: SONSI G A. STORE
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second ltovx Dennis kennedy Jr Doyle Kohler Vin n Kohler Lloyd Lcntz Jack
McCune Nlable Nleek Norma Meek XV1lham Melulle lmma lou Metzger
Thlrd Row Ruth Nllller Flenn Mnxxl Rtchard Moxxl Robert Peters John Plerce
Charles Qulllln Gladys Fussell Pdgar schupp I xlph Spencer
Fourth Rovs Iohn Phillips Sterllnh Starr Jameq stew xrt Florence Tedrow Eliza
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Pictures unobtalnable Norma Jean Nilauderly Clifford Keck Roy Benedum
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First Row George Baker Dtle Brxck George Purmich Donna Crawshaw Hazel
Davis Junior Deardortf Kenneth Frey Rxchard Frey W alter Glauser Lharles Gross
Second Rove Merun Hamxlton M try Lou Hasseman Herbert Hines Lmma. Lou
5110555-. Ruth .lean Kadri Gene Kendexgh Dons Mae Iunsey Duane Klnsey Mable
Third Row Donald Kohler lfdna Leonhard, William Lentz, Virginia Miller James
Lindon Ifugene Montague Doris Neleon Laverne Plants James Porter Opal Porter
Fourth Row Ramon Postel Norma Roberts Walter Smghaus Robert Stewart,
Shirley Ann Tedrlck Teacher Miss Julia I-'tetlfer
Pictures unobtainable Alberta hmhoff Rlchard Hunt, Gwen Keck
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First Row: Joy Kinsey, Ernest I-Zmhoff, XValter Kinsey, Donny Unger, Margaret Jean
Shull, Bobby Doolin, Phyllis Hines, Mary Thayer, Jackie Plants, Jimmy Davis
Second Row: Bobby XVilbarger, Naomi Brehm, Rebekah Ervin Sue Roche Junior
Roberts, Patty Tipton, Sylvia Brick, Ronald Kohl, Barbara Barker, Bobby Blickensderfer.
Third Row: Erma Gilmore, Sarah Jayne Everett, Ben.ny Pfeiffer, Mary Ann Gal-
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Pictures unobtainable: jlerman Carr.
School days s hool days Three new teachers and a guidlng Starr
All students informed that lf they are good they won t have to see Starrtsj
What s all that screechin " Just testlng volces
What a relief ffor the Postmasterj Seniors got their r'1ngs
High School Weiner Roast Poor teachers poor freshmen and what a time
All county teachers plcmc at Wlnklepleck Grove
Juniors start selling candy
Imaglne that it belng a falr day even if it IS raining G H S takes a day
ol! for the county faxr
Several Senior boys missing Oh I catch"' Poor squirrels
Baseball game with Tusky Of course we beat
Irma has the stiff neck My my you d thunk shed know beqtter
Junior Skatmg Party Watch out Mr Starr the floors hard
Beat Mldvale in Baseball 10 4
Norwood D seems to always have trouble with his French or could it be that
I G IS a good helper?" Ahem"'
Sophomore WVeine1 Roast
All aboard for Columbus football game Boy" College life IS nice even for
Beware"' Report cards Be where you am t lf your Dad doesn t like it
Whats all the goss1p" Flrst xssue of the Tomahawk
Spooks"' Senlor Halloween Party
Cheerleaders Chosen First Team Vera Edwards and Clara Jane Biggs
Second Team Kay Simmers and Jean Wright
What nlce teachers we have No school teacher s meeting at Cambridge
Home Ec Tea and Style show for their mothers
Bram Fever Never mlnd they ll come out of the daze Seniors take lntel
ligence test to see how dumb they are
Volley ball game between teachers and students
Junior Theater Party
G A A officers elected
Where did my pencil disappear to Wilfred the W1zard"
Snake Dance Good luck in the first game boys
Good way to start the season Gnaden beat Baltic 27 26
27 Thanksgiving vacatlon What have you to be thankful for"
Now smlle High school pictures taken Dont worry the photographer will
do all he can
Jubilee singers from MlSSiSSiUDl The bass was rather cute eh glrls9'7
Hi Y representatives go to Youngstown
Hurrah"' Beat Sclo 36 20 Keep it up boys
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Senior Study Hall ZIP BANG CRASH true confessxon is good for
the soul eh Nlck"""
Pictures came Remember don t expect too much Sophomore Chr1stm.as Party
When are these Semors golng to grow up and get serious" Mlss Gerber late
and there they are Slllgillg Jingle Bells
Bought new curtains for gym Teachers Christmas Party
Home Ec Chrlstmas Party
Hlgh School Plav Llfe of Riley
Plcture show Tundra Thanks to the teachers for the Christmad present
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New Jou1nal1sm class started Mr Starr Well have 1t Tuesday SIDCG thats
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Groundhog day D1d you see your shadow'
Sen1or hovs playmg house
Tune goes awfully fast for NIISS Gexher when she day dreams 23 minutes
seems l1ke 15 especlally ln Typlng t1n1e test when she forgot to stop us
All '1bo'1rd"' H1gh School diy at Kent
N11 Hll1lI113Ck ZIVCS PHYSICS students po1nters on how to study
Cuaden beat Stonerreek 1n Iear.,ue game 37 21
County teacher lllstltllle at Phlla
Hurrfxh' Vke he 11 Stonecretk in our tirst tournament game
Shutks we lost to Tuskv but just walt well get even
Stlll tournament 1nd we be lt Sugarcreek
I told vou we could Gnaden bcat Tusky and then Balt1c and took the County
F1rst dm of MOFIIIIIK Chapel To be conducted the three weeks before Easter
by the two Pastols
VK here are all those Sen1o1s Could lt be that they have Gone Wxth the
Teacher school board Party
Sen1or Class Play J 1ttle J1mmv Jones dlrected by Mr Rutledge
Hlgh School Sen1or Scholarshlp Tests
Second Every Pupxl Tests
Grade School Operetta
Junlor Play D1rected by MISS Shurtz
County Band Festlval
School Falr and Open House
DISIFICI State Schol.1rsh1p Test at Kent
Jumor Sen1or Banquet
County Track Meet Crater Stadlum Dover
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Flrst Row Dale Shull Norwood Dav1dson fTreasurerJ Jack Mlller
Robert Erun Joseph Nanslckle tSecretaryJ Chalmers Smlth
Second Row Dallas Crltes Tom Cornwell fPres1dentJ Dean Mllls
QVICE Presldentj Albert Calbralth
Th1rd Row Robert Klser CSergeant at Armsl Robert Parrlsh Clar
cnce Rank Eugene Huebner Wlllard Rlce CChapla1nJ Mr Hammack fAd
Plctures unobtalnable Wxlllam McConnell
H1 Y IS a newlv orgamzed club whlch has been establlshed m our
school thxs year The purpose of the club ls to create and maxntaln
throughout the school and communly hlgh standards of Chrxstlan l1VlHg
and character We belxewe that XVltl'l a l1ttle effort and tlme the H1 Y Club
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to attract the attentlon of many boys from the upper classes We belleve
that a few more years of experlence for the club w1ll make It rate w1th
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George Kathleen Szmmers Nada Jean Wrxght Josephlne Mlshler fSecre
tary? June Leonhard
Second Row Dor1s Crltes Bettv Stephenson Mary Proud Wlnlfled
Wolfe fTreasurerD Betty Rldgwax Ha7el Bennett
Th1rd Row MISS Shurtv fAClVlSGFl June Hamilton Phyllxs Dletrlch
Genewa Davls Mary Blackburn fPres1dentJ Clara Huebner
HELTER 8: BOWERS HARDWARE
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Norwood Davldson Raymond Huebner Donald Mlller Dallas Crltes
Thlrd Row Dean Kopp W1ll1am Kllchenman Franklyn Schupp
Emma Lou Parker Irma Slmmers Jean Kohl Mlldred Kopp Mary Hueb-
ner Clara Huebner Walter Gutensohn Jean Kopp Myra Mowl
Fourth Row Jack Mlller Kenneth Kohl Robert Kopp Cecil Spur
lock Rav Kennedy Donna Rlce Mary Blackburn Jane Mxller Eugene
Wxlson Wllllam McConnell
Wlllard R1ce Charles Glauser Eugene Huebner Nlck Burmlch Har
old Metzger Leroy Klnses Dean Mllls Mae Mlller Ruth Warner Kathleen
Ervln Betty Klnsey Wmlfred Davxs Annabelle Shepard Allce Postel
Blllle Thaver Phyllxs Kxlchenman Norwood Davldson Vera Edwards
Kathleen Slrnmers Ray Kennedy Glenn Hamllton Emma Lou Parker
Vlarv Huebner Clara Huebner MHXIHB Eryln Mary Lou Grott Mary
Proud Josephlne Mlshler Jean Wrlght Wllham Lockett Jack Mlller Jos
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Mary Blackburn Dorls Crltes W1H1fF9d Wolte Bettv Rldgway Wllllam
Crouse Clarence Rank Ruth Blackburn Donna Angel Mlldred Kopp June
Leonhard Ralph Guthrle Cecll Spurlock
Plctures unobtalnable Beatrlce Kall Margaret Huston
Compliments of R K IINDQAY FUNFRAL HOME
El I7 'CBI' TH ROW LAND APLIN Dennison Ohio
GRAB FORD DRY CLEANING WIIFOXON HARDWARE
hewcomersbown Ohio Uhrichsville Ohio
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