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Another year has rolled around
Commencement time is nearg
We bid our friends farewell again,
Until another year.
Page 29 text:
Baer Honor St11d8!1tl
Boys' Glee Club
First Row: John Billman,
Robert B chanan, Chester Cochran,
Clyde Kreager, Melvin Glover,
Second Row: Robert Chrisman,
William McC1urg, Herbert Coss,
Paul Hunt, Franklin White.
Girls' Glee Club
First Roi: Helen Ulery, Helen Grace,
Helen Cons, Margaret Yoakam, Edna Keokley,
Jane Cline, Marvel Spicer, Marian Wagner.
Second Row: Jean Lovell, Isabelle
Weiss, Letha Lovell, Juanita Dobbs, Ruth
Conard, Betty Lovell, Thelma Mizer,
Third Row: Theresa Hawkins, Legta
Cline, Mary Frances Conard, Mary Adams,
Wanda Meliok, Virginia McKee, Elisabeth
Smythe, Lena Hayes, Helen Myers
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BY THE EAR MARKS, YE WILL KNOW THEN!
Virgil Emswiler, President of the Sen-
ior class, is well known for his curly hair
and prominence in athletics.
Elisabeth Edgerly, Vice President wants
to be a nurse. We are sure she will make a
good nurse because of her sweet disposition
and her interest in others' welfare.
Ernest Reardon, Secretary, can always
be depended upon when a difficult word arises
in class. lore dictionaries will be needed
when he leaves.
Edgar Smoke, Treasurer, has never been
known to sit still more than five minutes at
a time. He and his friend, Harold Vandayburg,
Dolores Parker, can be distinguished from
the other Senior girls by her giggling and
gum chewing.. She is often seen with a cer-
tain Sophomore boy.
Emerson Ford is a quiet lad but can talk
most any time on the subject of 'Farm1ng.'
Hazel Harner has made a name for herself
both on the basketball floor and in public
John Kuhns is another boy who is very
quiet. He, too, can talk about farming, and
Elizabeth Warner, is the girl with the
husky voice, who is friendly to everyone and
has never been seen angry.
Charles Williams likes to study about
radios. He is also very fond of arguing.
Louise Minshall, our pianist, ls always
ready to help when music is needed. We
certainly will miss her next year.
Edwin Hoovler is one of the brilliant
members of the Senior Class. He is also
the answer to any teacher's prayer.
Harold Vandayburg ls another brilliant
member of the Senior class, and is also known
for his artistic ability. -
Marjorie Weaver is an all-around girl.
She is prominent in athletics and has had lead-
ing parts in school plays.
THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR PLAYS
The Junior Play, 'Among the Stars' was
given larch 19, and proved to be a success.
It was the first play to be given on our new
stage this year. -
The Senior Class has selected their play.
The title is 'What Price Ancestors?' The date
set for presentation is lay 20, 1937.
On November 24, the 5, 6, 7, and Sth
grades presented a Thanksgiving Operetta en-
titled Ye Llttle Old Folk's Concert' by Polly
The scenes took place in the home of
larjory and Dorothy played by Regina Everts
and Dorothy Wilfong. The leader of the sing-
ers was Job Harkins, played by Donald Hoovler.
Comedy was added to 'the singing school'
by Helen Vandayburg as Fldgety Susan, Joe
Schaff as the corporal and Louise Kuhn as the
On December 23, the grade school present-
ed a Christmas Operstta entitled 'lest Mr.
Santa Claus' by Effa E. Preston and George W.
Wilmot. The scenes took place in the Northern
workshop of Mr. Santa Claus. This part was
portrayed by Robert Nicodemus. The part of
Mrs. Santa Claus was taken by Dorothy Wilfong.
Other leading characters were: Helen Benz,
Raymond Parkinson and Glenna Weaver.
Several song and dance numbers were
well executed by five beautifully costumed
The spirit of the pupils of Etna has been
enthusiastic this year because of the great
success of the school paper, 'The Etna Crater.'
The Crater Staff, through the aid given by
teachers and other pupils, should be praised
for their success. Our news is published each
week in the Pataskala Standard.
This staff was organized at the.beginning
of the school term by the selection of a rep-
resentative from each high school class. Each
representative had his or her duty to perform
for the different papers issued.
The following is the '56-'57 Crater Staff:
Editor-in-chief ---------------- Jack Cockburn
Faculty Advisor ---------------- Irs. Wagner
News Editors---Pauline Shimp, Donnagene Cohagen
Boys' Sports ------------------- Edwin Boovler
Girls' Sports ------------------ Pauline Shimp
Alumni News-- ---- --- - ---- Marjorie Weaver
Typist ------------------------- Dolores Parker
We're looking forward to a bigger and
better paper next year.
OUR STUDENT COUNCIL
The activities Council of the high school
consists of eight members, two from each class.
They have had the responsibility of most of
the social life in high school this year.
This is only the second year of the Coun-
cil but it has proved satisfactory and we hope
it will continue to build leaders and a coop-
erative spirit within our school.
SPEEDBALL AND BASKETBALL
Handicapped by their lnexperience the
Etna Speedball boys made little progress
against their opponents during the 1956 sea-
son and were defeated three out of four times
in their county schedule. They gained their
only victory against Klrkersville.
Basketball again showed the lack of ex-
perience on the playing floor and Etna met
defeat after defeat both at home and on other
floors. However many games were lost by small
margins and though defeated the boys did not
become discouraged. Again only one victory
came their way in the regular county schedule
yet we feel that the boys enjoyed their bask-
etball season with the new gymnasium.
We are wondering if our boys will ob-
tain the positions of County, District and
State Champions? We really have a fine pros-
pect in view, as there are several members of
last years squad still with us, and a very
encouraging group of new material.
The girls' sports this year have been
very interesting, if not so successful.
In the fall, the girls always enjoy Soc-
cer. We find this a very interesting game
and hope that more of the schools will play
it in the near future.
Our basketball this year has not been
very successful, but in another sense we feel
that it has done much in building up our char-
acter, therefore making our last interschol-
astic basketball year a successful one.
With our new material from the freshmen class,
we will have some very interesting intra-
mural games next year.
In the spring, the girls studied the
technique of volley ball. luch interest has
been aroused along this line.
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