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Page 36 text:
The Granville High School Band, the only one
in Licking County, was forled three years ago by
Harvey Wllllals, director. This year the band le
planning two outdoor concerts, one ot' which will
be held in connection with the other organiza-
tions in the high school. 'fhe drum-major of the
band ls Lucy Lewis.
The orchestra, which furnished msic for the
Chinese Operetta, has also played ln may schools
and out-of'-school programs. All of its members
are on the county orchestra directed by Arthur
The two glee clubs and the chorus, besides
presenting the Operetta, have presented numbers
on several school programs and in some of the
churches. Glee clubs, chorus, and orchestra are
under the dlrectorshlp of Arthur Huff.
U O U
Blue Aces Repeat in Football
The Blue Ace grldders were very fortunate
in repeating the championship of Licking County
again this year. Against all ccmers the Aces
rolled up s total of 164 points to 58 for the
At the -outset of the season coaches Harvey
williams, and Bob llcConnell bad a rather green
eleven: however, as the schedule wore on, the
gridders rounded into shape. The defensive qual-
ities improved remrkably, as is shown by the
fact that the Blue Aces goal line was not touch-
ed in the last five contests.
Granvl lle Basketball
Granville High School again presented a
small but flashy basketball team to take the
county basketball championship for the second
consecutive year and to finish undefeated in
This team managed to pile up a record of'
1' wins and 6 losses. Among these wins there
were Philo, Westerville and Plaln City three
upsets to the three respective teams.
Wynn Rogers, center and only senior of the
team, played brilliant offensive ball all your
and was among the top rankers ln individual
scoring. The rest of the first team ls made un
or all juniors. 0. Jones, J. Jones, main de-
"ense players and D. Gosnell and C. Stiner main
stays of the offense.
With these four and our able coach, Bob
McConnell, returning, the prospects for next
year are very bright.
Senior Dinner Dance, first function of the
season, started a year of all-round success ln
the social field.
Student Council Party was a square and found
dance of merrlment and laughter.
G.R. Dance, sponsored by the belles of
Granville High School, went over big.
H1-Y Party: the New Year's fling of the
Hi-Y boys and their better halves.
Journalism Party was filled with scintil-
lating melodies but no "dough."
Hi-Y Dinner Dance, the crowning feature of
U l U
lay 20 ---- Lest Day
" 21 ---- Junior-Senior Banquet
" 27 ---- Senior Assembly
" 28 ---- Senior Play
29 ll ll
- - - - Baccalaureate
June 1 ---- Commencement
The Soni ore
With serious mien and dignity
The class of thirty-seven
Eaabarked upon their senior year
By their adviser driven.
In all the school activities
The seniors do excel,
In football, band and orchsstre,
And basketball as well.
They swell the ranks of choruses
And act ln many plays:
In fact are quite the lenders
In many, many ways.
In scholarship they do not lack,
And usually take the lead:
In ranking high in county tests
They manage to succeed.
Although there have been some defects,
Some paltry, few transgressions,
In looking at it all in all
They merit ccmsendatlone.
Page 38 text:
School began. The long hard griml began.
On the sixteenth, the sophomores prouily pre-
sented their first class play, "When Jane Takes
a Band". Those who took part were Ada Nethers,
Jane lPFarland, Jane Weakley, Dorothy Hlsey,
Dorothy Hitchcock, Vera Miner, Leila Drumm, Dale
Richardson, Wayne varner, Ivan Rethers, Forest
Morgan, Carl Steen, and Kenneth Morris.
On the twenty-sixth, we held our annual
Hallowe'en Carnival. Everyone enjoyed doughnuts
cider, bingo, quilt show, fish pond, and a
minstrel. During the course of the evening, our
teachers were tried in court ani all found
guilty. This event has proved very successful.
Our basketball season opened this month at
Summit. The girls' team defeated the former
champs in the first contest. Our boys, an en-
tirely new first team, were defeated by the ex-
perienced Summit quintet.
The grades presented the annual Christmas
Operetta, which was "The Toys That Had To Wa1t".
The usual treat was given after the performance.
The boys' basketball team sponsored a black-
facc minstrel in order to buy new uniforms.
This 1s the second mlnstrel in three years.
This month the high school holiday dance was
Music was furnished by an orchestra from
Madison Township School.
Besides dancing, games and contests made the
evening enjoyable for all.
Everyone came back to school after the holi-
day and began to work lndustriously.
Winding up the basketball season, we journey-
ed to Granville to play in the first round of
the county tournament. Our opponent was Hanover
with whom we had already split two games. The
Banoverites were victorious in this contest.
The girls, however, had better luck, defeating
the Hebron team to whom they had dropped a game
early in the season.
In the second round we were paired with the
Hebron boys. Having defeated them once before
in a close game, we were out to hold our own,
which we did. Toboso was ahead when the final
In this round, however, our girls were unfor-
tunate and dropped their crucial game to the
huakey Alexandria sextet.
With the season over but still fresh in our
mlnds, we all gathered at Hebron to receive what
HNSCEIOOL , 1
ever might come our way. In all-county honors,
Toboso placed three: Elloise Levingaon, center,
first teamg Jane M0Farland, guard, second teamg
and Lucille Wlnland, honorable mention.
For the East-West game Toboso sent five to
help represent the eastern part of the county.
They were Jane lUFsr1and, Lucille Winland,
Christine Wiclmam, Elloise Levingston, and Ivan
This month the high school had a party. The
party was given by the losers of the magazine
contest sponsored by the school. The gymnasium
was decorated in green and gold- the colors of
the teams in the contest. The proceeds of this
contest went to help purchase a radio for the
On the second, the juniors gave their class
play, 'Reach For The Moon' by Lindsey Barbee.
With a western setting, this was a different
ty-pe of play than usually given.
" Toboso was represented at the County Dance at
Utica by several students. All who attended
counted the evening as one to remember.
This annual affair is looked forward to by
our pupils, and we think this is the attitude
throughout the county.
The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was sponsored
by the juniors on April 50. Decorations were ln
the senior class colors, orchid and gold.
Orchid candles lit the tables. This started off
a very busy time for our seniors.
The seniors chose for their play this year
'Strawberry Kate", a comedy by Eugene Hafer.
Since our seniors are only five in mnnber,
juniors and underclassmen took part in the play.
Baccalaureate services will be held in the
Toboso LE. Church, May 25. Reverend Gambill
will deliver the.addreas.
Commencement Exercises will be hold in the
auditorium, May 26. Mr. Harvey H. Davis will
deliver the address.
The seniors hsve.selected May 24 as the date
when their Class Night program will be presented.
The scene is that of s club room in an exclusive
hotel. The seniors are the distinguished guests,
while the juniors play an important part as
waiters, master of ceremonies, candy girls, and
the ordinary guests who help make up the setting.
our last day of school, May 26, will consist
of a community basket dinner, an alumni baseball
game, and the May Day exercises.
- BOOSTO STAFF
Editor, Wayne Ketnerg associate editors,
Ellen Weakley and Miriam Walrathg art editor,
Lucy Whitey other members: Carl Steen, Dale
Sidlo, Ada Nethers, Ellolse Levingston, Billy
Miller, Mae Hizey, Forest Morgan, Florence
Cheek, Christine Wickham, and Dorothy Hitchcock.
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