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King Football really reigned
in the Etna High School this year
The six-man football team set the
won the County
world on fire by
opponents and thus
was composed of
Shackelford, half-back, Norman
Carrington,quarter- back 3 Edward
Ehnie and Tom Riffle ends, and
Wayne Shaner, center. Substitutes
were Frank Ford, Charles Dunlop,
Richard Wh1te,Dav1d Palmer,Robert
Snider,R1chard Parkinson, William
Parkinson,James Sand, Gene Castle
and Louis Clark. Etna also boasts
champion manager,Roger Pickering
Etna gridders, Norman Carrington
and Robert Shackelford were
placed on the all-County six-man
football team. Wayne Shaner
received honorable mention.
A gala homecoming celebration
was held. October 14, 1945. The
homecoming queen and her attend-
ants were presented in an
auditorium meeting preceding the
game between Homer and Etna.
Jeanette Lines, a senior, reigned
as queen. Her attendants were
Maxine Betz, senior, Betty Lou
Parkinson, JuniorgJean Barker,
School life has been made
enjoyable with numerous social
activities including hayrides ,
parties, and dances, which have
been sponsored by the various
The Junior Class presented a
mystery-comedy, Hob-Goblin House,
the fifteenth of Decem5er. The
cast included Betty Tam, Helen
Betz, Marilyn Gierhart, Marjorie
Williams, Irma Lee Roberts, June
Cain,Diok White, Jim Shackelford,
William Castle, David Palmer,
Norman Carrington, and Charles
Dunlop. It was directed by
Miss Lois M. Robinson .
According to the point system
of tabulating basketball w1ns,and
loses the 'Greeniesn tied Hanover
Toboso for second place in the
who were always on the job, were
Jeam Parkinson, senior, Eleanor
Manger, junior,Mildred Watkins,
When a spring music festival
was held at Hebron in April,
several musicians took part.Part-
icipating in the all-county band
were Charles Dunlop and Deanie
Emswiler, trumpets, David Palmer
and Dorothy Snider,clarinets. The
choristers were Ann Twigg, Betty
Tam,Eleanor Mauger, Maxine Betz,
sopranosg Helen Betz, Mildred
Watkins,and Margie Will1ams,alto.
The Etna Chapter of Future
Farmers of America had an active
nservingn organization this year.
The officers of the chapter were
Charles Dunlop,presidentg Deanie
Emswiler, vice -president, Lee
Heimberger, secretary, Glenn
Heimberger,treasurerg Fred Roley
news reporterg Robert Snider,
sentinal.The twelve boys enrolled
are doing their part in the prod-
uction of Food for Victor by
completing 25 productive progects
Not to be outdone, the Girl
Athletic Association took a lead
in the school activities. The
officers were Jeanette Lines,
president, .Louise Kuhn, vice-
presidentg Betty Tam, secretaryg
Marjorie Williams, treasurer.
Representatives to Licking
County student council were
William Wright,jun1or and Edward
Ehnie,senior.Licking County honor
society members were Louise Kuhn
and Wayne Shaner,seniorsg Helen
Betz and Betty Tam Juniors.
Louise Kuhn was Lickingana
staff member. Her able assistants
were Jeanette Lines, James
Shackelford, and Richard White.
The senior class play was
presented March 50, and 31. The
entire senior class participated
in this production. Miss Sarah E
Morris directed the play.
The social highlight of the
school year was the annual Junior
Senior Banquet sponsored by the
members of the Junior Class.
Commencement exercises were
performed on May nineteenth
This terminated the school year.
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