Licking County High School - Lickingana Yearbook (Licking, OH)

 - Class of 1937

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HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL. SCHOLARSHIP TEAM HONOR .SOCIETY Front How A.Stagger,K.Layf1e1d,M. M0f1t80m9I'Y: M- R0m1He:J- H.Boor, M.Montgomery, M0n'080me1'Y- L. Holbert, J. Montgomery Back Row L.Boor,A.No1and,M.Buck- ingham, L.Ho1bert. George Cheerleaders Faculty Transportation "Dick" Stal' Gazing

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If At the the year,M1ss Ann Talbot, teacher, or- the girls' glee club. talent has covered in they are much for various in the Kirk- and surround- ities. on irkerzvilie J o first of Charlotte our music ganized and boys' Since m ch been dis- both clubs, in demand gatherings ersville ing commun- Musical ability among the students has al- so been encouraged by our orchestra which has done much to make our school life more enjoy- able. Although small, this group has taken quite an outstanding place in furnishing enter- tainment for our plays, Parent Teachers' Association, and assemblies. To represent Harrison Township School, the following people took part in the all--- county chorus and orchestra: Philberta Swartz, Verna Swartz, Winifred Hay, Francis Roby, and Marion Martin. Although basketball the season loss of play- last year's they retained spirit and best for our leading play- Wells,receiv- mention in The boys,hav- players frmm an-m,,H-Q W-- cluded a very season by placing Charles Negley, the honorable mention list of the eeeseeeeeeas The Junior-Senior Banquet is occasion inspiring many different the souls of the participants our girls' team entered handicapped by ers through graduation, their former did their school. Our er, Geraldine ed honorable the county. ing all their last year, con successful our center, on county. usually an emotions in Juniors, . The we know, are almost dying to get into the Sen1or's shoes: but unfortunately, the Seniors are afraid they won't fit. Nevertheless, the Juniors are planning to celebrate and the Seniors to mourn at a banquet which is to be held about May 20, at a place that is as yet unknown, although we hope they will have decided by that time. Afta- a sumptuous dinner, we plan to go hope! to a movie. UA good time will have been had by alln, we Kirkers- tribution to Plays, 'The was 8 This, a one given with Jacksontown, our own audi- v1lle's con- the Tri-School Patched Coatn, ced success. act play,was other plays at Union, and in torium, The Sen- iors got away to an early by Pre- senting their nGeorge In a Jamn, a act com- edy, on April Marion Martin and Geraldine Wells captured high honors in portraying the leading roles. The play was especially well balanced, with several persons having character parts. Leo Rauch was outstand- ing as the rural ndetecntiven, while Francis Roby became a very convincing Frenchman for the evening. Wwhen a Man Tarriesn, a farce in three acts, will be presented about May 14 by the Junior Rogers,por- Class. The plot centers around Toby trayed by Theodore Crossmock, who is inclined to act fatherly to all attractive young girls. This happens once too often, resulting in his being involved in a black mail scheme. All of our plays have been coached very cap- ably by Miss Thelma Snyder. EHH1-ii-52-45 On Hay the eighth the geography class cau- tiously poked their noses outside Klrksrsville and started on their search for the hidden in- spirations of Ohio. Our goal was attained when we reached Cin- cinnati about noon. To further our knowledge of Indian lorc, we had the opportunity of visit- ing Serpent, Miamisburg and Fort Ancient Hounds. In Mason we visited the WLW Transmitter. Next came Cincinnati with many places of interest. First came Union Station, then the Zoo, Proctor 8 Gamble andllast of all,the WLW studios. Eight o'clock found us winding our weary way homeward. Mr. Hugh Smith, the geography teacher, supervised the trip, and Osler Sheets assisted with the driving. senses Senior Week Baccalaureate services May 16, 1957 Commencement exercises may 19, 1937 Speaker: Dr. Otto Mess of Capital University Alumni Banquet Hay 22, 1957

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