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Page 11 text:
MEM 0 R I A L
To the seventeen Grandview High
School graduates who gave their lives
in World War ll that we might Continue
to live in freedom, will be humbly dedi-
cated Grar1dvieW's new Memorial
I ACK SUMMERS
Missing in Action
Page 10 text:
Our new stadium lights, standing as a tribute to
the Grandview boys who gave their lives for our
country, were made possible by the efforts ot a
group ot men in our community. This group has be-
come so interested in our school activities that they
have contributed many athletic improvements. With
respect, admiration, and appreciation tor all they
have done for us, and with the sincere hope that
we may in some small way show them our grati-
tude, we, the class ot 1946, dedicate this Highlander
to the Bobcat Boosters.
Ioseph Wyman, president of Bobcat Boosters.
Prominent personalities at the dedication ceremony for
the new stadium lights: Representative from Arlington Booster
Club, H. W. Emswiler, Commissioner ot Ohio High School
Athletic Associationg lohnny Iones, newspaper columnist,
Robert C. Williams, president of the Board of Educationg
I. B. Kietz, president of Bobcat Boostersg Governor Lcrusche,
Coach Thomasg State Highway Patrolman Ramsey.
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After twelve years of long, hard preparation the
Senior Class of 1946 stands ready to accept the
challenge of the future. We know that there is a
lifetime before us, but we know, too, that a very
vital, a very significant period of our lives is slowly
fading away. And so, with gratitude in our hearts,
we present this Highlander, hoping that it will in
some small way express the warm feeling we hold
and always will hold for Grandview Heights High
We were the first class to enter Grandview Heights
High School during World War ll, and the first
class to be graduated after the newly found peace.
With this in mind we leave the haven of our school,
resolving that we shall strive, as citizens of the United
States, to keep our country free from the perils of
war. This is our pledge, and we sincerely believe
that our educational background will be the guiding
light to help us keep this pledge.
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