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Page 17 text:
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right, 1et's go . . . 3. Go, when you heat the
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Insplrlng Instructors desperate . . . 6. Be that as it mcry . . . 7. A11
right, class . . . 8. Let's go, fellows . . .
remember the time . . . 10. And you scry
11. Now, shop boys.
Sponsored by Culler's Hardware
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, MISS BERNICE ALTHAUS
I Bluffton College, A.B.
English I, III, Public Speaking
MR. JAMES BEAM
Ohio State University. B.S.
Vocational Agriculture I, II, III, IV
MRS. WENDELL CULLER
Oifice Training School
Ohio State University
Stenography and Typing I, II P
Bookkeeping, Personal Typing
MISS ESTHER HOWENSTIN E
Ohio State University. B.S.
Home Economics, I, II, III, IV, Cafeteria
MISS BEREN ICE SAUERS
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Defiance College. B.S. ,fa
Reading 7, 8. Geography 7, English 7
MR. BURL SNORF ,v
Defiance College. B.S. in Education q
General Science. Guidance. American
History, World History, Coach gi'
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MISS IANE WILSBERG
Defiance College, A.B.
English II, IV .N
Latin I, II
MR. CARL ZIMMERMAN
College ol Wooster. B.M.
Kent State University. B.S.
Vocal and Instrumental Music
MISS LOIS SMITH
Sponsored by Crooks Son 6? Co., Miller's Mfg. Co.
Page 18 text:
Sept- 5-F01'WOrd-MOICH brought a lot of fun and heaps of work. Side shows,
Here we come,
Seniors, Iuniors, Sophs, and Freshies,
Get in step, you greenhorns.
Study courses are chosen.
Sept. ll-The cafeteria opened under the supervision of
lunch stands, movies, dancing, and the King and Queen,
alias, Donna and Kenneth, all bring back some cherished
12-We hang another victory on our belt as the Aces
whip Edon, 53-33.
13-Dr. L. L. Lauthian, High School Supervisor from the
State Department of Education, made the biennial in-
spection of the school . . . The white elephant exchange
was the highlight of the faculty's Christmas party.
Miss Howenstine. Dec. 15-The band and chorus told the Christmas Story in
Sept. 13--Sophomores sizzle hot dogs on a hayride. music,
Sept. 23-A grand day for election of officers. Kenneth Zim- Deg, 19-Hurrah for our boys! They beat Montpelier, 41-37.
mermdn WGS t1nGr1imOUSlY chosen P1'eSlCleHl of the Dec. 22-School was dismissed at noon for Christmas vacation.
Serller class- Congratulations- Kerlrlelh- We sleep againl. . . Everyone hep to a pep session.
Sept. 25-The high school library opened for the convenience Beat "Farmer," Gee, what happened to our team?
of H.H.S. Students. Dec. 29--The hardwood rang as of old as a superb Alumni
Sept. 27-Miss Wilsberg, advisor, announced the staff of the team, Cgmposed of many af the heroes of other great
Hixonian. H. H. S. teams, pooled their cagery to defeat the Aces
Sept. 29-The first addition of the Spoondrift was issued, and 45.43,
it is super. Ian. 3--A new year and it's back to school we go. Ready for
Oct. 3--The first meeting of the Commercial Club was called business t?t, , . The boys SURE DO beat Spencerville-
to order by the Advisor. MIS- Culler- A friend, Rev. Reitz, talks to the student body.
Oct. 4-Our first chapel service was held and Rev. Mallot Ian' 5..We fought the best thgt we knew hgwl but Lee de.
discussed the topic, x3 -yfl, and how it appears in our feqted us qnyhow,
everyday life. Ian. 9-Turn about is fair play-at least that is what happened.
Oct. 6-With Mr. Beam as chaperon, the F.F.A. skating party We Won over Edgerton, 24.13,
WGS G grand SUCCGSS- Ian. 11-12-Since this is the last few days of the first semester,
Oct. 7-All Gll SCl'lOOl "Thealer ParlY" Was held in lhe 9Yrrr' the teachers are examining our intellects. Some of the
nasium. Everyone enjoyed the feature "Movie Crazy" results gre discgurqging,
and a "BUGS BUDDY" c0rrledY- Dcmcins lallcwed the Ian. 12-Chalk up anther game for Hicksville, this time they
movie. have subdued Harlan.
Oct. 12--The seniors built up their treasury fund when they Ian, 18-Teqcherg gave out grade cards, They remark that
served the Farm Bureau Barlflllelf our grades are worse than ever. Oh, how can it be?
Oct. 13-The seniors sponsor a Hixonian Hop for all those who T1-rose deer exqminqtignsl
like to 90 lrllclrlhg- Ian. 19-Rah! Rah! Rah! Aces. Here's to another win. Water-
Oct. 17-Guy Morse Bingham, who has been called "The 1cc is the victim, 55.41,
MClSlef Salesman-" slaclre to lhe slr-ldehl l70dY on lhe Ian. 22-The students meet a friend, Roger Brown, our new
important problem dealing with personality adjustment. jcrn1tcr,
All of US received ml-lch benefit from hls enwurcsinq Ian. 26--Basketball team goes to Sherwood and whips her.
words .--. Coach Sl'lOl'f culled llre flrsl baslrelhall Ian. 30-The goddess of sport favors us with another win over
practice ofthe Season- our arch enemy, Antwerp. . . Everyone cleaned out
Oct. 19-G.G.A. opened their program for the year .... Another his locker tcdcy,
falal daY- ar alherwlse- as Yalfd have ll- Grade Cards Feb. 2-Every cloud has a silver lining. Govemor Frank I.
were released Gt 4200 P-M- Lausche today ordered all Ohio schools to close Monday.
Oct. 27-Northwestem Ohio Teachers' Convention at Toledo, pcb, 5.11m-mer conquered the Aces' 45.41.
50 we acl lhe day all- WhY cel-lldr1'l lheY have more Feb. 7-The Defiance County Tuberculosis and Health Asso-
meetings? ciation's representatives were at school all afternoon
Oct. 30--The High School Band had a Halloween party in fitming Chests of the student bqdyr
W0rlderlY's barrl- ll seems lheY had rrlare cider and hal Feb. 8-A very inspiring message about the Good Samaritan
C1098 than they Could ect with ccrrllcrl- was presented by Reverend Samuel Keller of the Breth-
Nov. l-In a chapel program Rev. Hall, pastor of the Hicks- ren Church.
ville G0sPel Tabernacle- addressed the slllderll bcdlf Feb. 13--The Aces raised a notch with a 31-29 win over Bryan.
and teachers. Feb. 20-We were nipped by "Pellier", 51-36.
NOV- 7-The Hicksville R0larY Club Were ll-lrlchearl al-lesls of Feb. 28-The Aces win their first Leipsic Tourney game over
the Home Economics Departments .... Election day Hctgcrtel 29.27.
for the COUIL Mar. 2-Hicksville: Swamped Swanton, 52-30 at Leipsic.
Nov- 9-Banner dvr for lhe School lunch-325 PecPle Were Mar. 9-No more basketball for us. We were eliminated for
served. further district competition when Farmer beat us. 36-33.
NOV- 10-As we Walch lhe lllrllcrs rcclr lhe hcrlar in lhe Mar. 16-Interclass tournament and the Iuniors win over the
stage play, "Don't Take My Penny," we can almost sophomores
S98 the 114111125 of the Cust in l3r0dWaY lights- Mar. 19-Chapel was the big special of the aftemoon.
Nov. 13--Hicksville High School had its first flag raising Mar. 20..Sprir,g is here. ftncrttyr
cererr10r1Y- The busler is Wcldv Keller- Mar. 23-A big day for the music department-Spring Concert.
NOV- l5-Nlce music- YOU sald lll The bend Preserlled a fall Apr. 4-All of us students enjoyed one of our religious services.
Celleefl that WGS lll for Tschallr0VslrY- Apr. 12-Grade cards presented to victims.
NOV- 17-A Qala Occaslch- the Sclshcrrrcre ParlY- was held Apr. 13-I4-The eighth grade test requires concentration! Ask
in the G11dilOIil-1m- any one of the kids who took it.
Nov- 20-Marked lhe 0Perllrl9 of lhe Slrrlh War I-aah Drive Apr. 20-A wonderful evening for a musical concert.
and l'l-l'l-5- is Plarlrllrla Orr delrra lls share- Apr. 27-The seniors try their hand at play acting with as
Nov- Zl-The Aces la'-lrrreYed to A-hlWerP arrd Wah bY- 42'32- much success as the juniors: "Three Girls and Jeffrey"
Nov. 23-24-Thanksgiving vacation and a furlough. What received very wett,
Could be mere Perfecll May 2-All of the student body gather in the gymnasium for
Nov. 24-Another win as Hicksville cagers take Sherwood, ct-repel Service,
67-26- May 4-The freshmen have their annual class party.
NOV- 29-A 900'-'l number of larls lcllrrreY to Sl- lee to be OU May 11-Flowers, ruffles, music, strictly stunning fems, and
hand for the victory CKY. 70-34- men f?J. . . what a perfect Iunior-Senior Banquet.
NOV- 30-The eighth Grade have lhell' lrlrrl with a saclal May 20--All is solemn as the Baccalaureate exercises take
party . . . The end of another six weeks period, mean- ptgce,
ina Ol cellrse- reP0rl cards aqaln- May 21-22-23-Maybe the teachers enjoy this. We don't! Test!
Dec. 1-We are conquered by Edgerton. our first defeat. 32-26. Test! Test!
Dec. 5-Our team brings home the bacon. Poor old Defiance. May 24-The end of tt-te road-Cgmmencemenf,
Dec. 6-Our third Chapel meeting of the year, with Rev. Iones May 25-The final day arrived and departed, accompanied by
Qlvlrra Us a very lrlsPlrlrl9 rrlessaae lhal Was Well re' a few tears. Well, yes, High School has been WONDER-
ceived by the entire student body. FUL,
Dec. 8-The Senior Camival, one of the highlights of the year. And Thus The Story Ends
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