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

 - Class of 1950

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UUCINCANA fig Pubhshed by The LIUHNG STUDENT CUUNFH. ff-ae ' 12 Effucafron S uc. c ess www Hnfm gummy It is with great respect and gratitude that we, the editorial staff, dedicate the Lickingana to Mr Lester Black, Superintendent of the Licking County Schools. He gave a life-time of devoted service to the task of bettering the Licking County School system. He was a firm believer in the fact that the strength of a group lies in its ability to work well together. This was one reason for the organization of the County Student Council. He was genuinely interested in people, students and the progress they made. The things which he started and brought to their present state will last as a monument to his efforts which will be more significant than mere words. This page sponsored by Denison University lo- 0llf8Il'lS Frontispleoe Dedication All County Section Johnstown Ut1C8 Etna Granville Hnrtford Patask la Homer Hanover moboso Summlt Jwclsontown Hebron Kirkersville Autographs Thls page sponsored by John J Carroll Alexandria a A -4. Q 1 1 . 0 'V N WGKIN NLF Asslstant Editor Business Manager Advertising Manager Baseball ll Nan Football Citizenship Spring Festival Basketball Honor Society Student Council Social 6 Man Football Art Editor Asst Art Editor Adviser Bill Tulloss Robert Parkinson David Morgan Georgia Porschet Don Hardin Elaine Howes Bula Hartfield Betty Cartnal Vera Nittman Patricia Morton Jim Rapella Kenneth Love Marvin Fleshman Pat Bigony Ardis Leiby This page sponsored by The Fashion, Newark 4 Utica Etna Granville Hartford Alexandria Pataskala Homer Hanover Toboso Summit Jacksontown Hebron Kirkersville Johnstown Alexandria Johnstown Editor Ortha Ann Grubb Johnstown Suze nntive LHfud5,,. 'Q' A' veg 3 W1-4? 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Few nrmt Lwqra 0 wee C arf Ball V Rabat Scccz Wanda fa le, Edwm Sn-:tn Lum E in 5 iJRrrc 'EEG F1 Y The hl W club of Utica offic iallv rot under ray la t year, but d1dn't urtil thls year On November 02 1949, e ceremon1es members in the club The H1 V hgg Owranl ed a basketball team which corpete ln the lntra ural lea ue One r ht a month the c ub goes to tle ewark for SWlV lng and names Through a furd r 1 1 g canpalgn e ral ed enoush money to send our next preswdent to amp Nelson Dodd nent summ r hroufh these and other Dlojects and dCtiV1tlGS we are atte pting to early out the purpo e of the P1 Y fhich is 'to create, maintaln, and entend throu hout the school and co ur vet much accowpllshed held our lnitlatlon There re no t enty c aracter The WA P00 A proub of students ln Utica Hlvh School has broufht forth a new llght, a school paper, known as the WA BOO Our first paper conslsted of one sheet This vas for the purpose of obt lnlng the different vlew po1nts of the fac ultv and the tudent body The student seemed to be very much interested so ve are row prlrtlng our own paper revularly le are still a young organlzation and have many thln s to learn, but with the stucent body and faculty behind us I'm sure le will sue ceed senior Dlay On Tovember 18 l949 the senlor Glas presented the play, H ocially Am itious It was under the able directlon o oul class sponsor, Lrs Helphrey, and Anna Tae Beebe, ho Jas student This page was sponsored by Lurphy director It ras a pleat ucce both IU satisfactlon to the aud ience and flnanci llv Thirteen members of the class partlcipated in the pTOdUCtlOn Fomecorlnp Wueen lhi year owen Lafe was chos en b the tudents as Homecoming Queen Her attendants wele Jane cCann, Anna Tae Beebe , Betty Wince, and Ruth Troyer she was crofred at the hall time of the Utlca Centerburg football game, by the captaln of the team, Carl Bell Football Our loothall team hae 1 rath er unsuccessful season thls year, year's e won o lv tno of the Glfht panes we pl ved We defeat ed Patasvala and Centerburg The Centerburg Fame was our homecom ing awe The score of thi Fame ras 25 to OO althourh ve lose five rcgllar his year, ou pro spect for next vear loo! fair y bright Basketball Our Pedstins ended the repu lar season at the top of the league They lost only four gaxes all year, wlnning fifteen Onlv two of these los es were in the county Hebron and Johnstofn rere the league teams th t beat them Our pOSltiOH in the county cllnched 1n the final game 11th Granvllle Utica took this game by the score of 50 to 48 Our Reserve had a very suc cessful season thls year They ended their campaign with a re cord of fifteen fiWS and four losses lthouvh the reserves lost their title bout with Gran ville, they took second place Bros . . - . v 3' s ss ' - a I, . v' Y' I ".. 4. 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Q 1 , K R A .- 8 Y s x fl, ff in - . es M945 I Q .fix R 33? -sqk 0,96 va? 1.4 R L Q X . :W f . v, Q9 1 1 f m, Q, - sq A j 'B by in fm J Q' tsbkf C. +V . , '-L45 A ? . 1- EF' ' 41 H - - ' ff. 1 :ey Qt."-L x 4 lv A , f. f A c,f W ff if V q ' 'Www tux, if A EAGZ HOME ECONOMICS September found our home eco nomics irls canning and making our room home like We went to Columbus on a buying trip for material for our skirts Our next progect was cooking break fasts and luncheons In our grooming section, we practiced all the points of good grooming and we cre ted several new hair do's We refinished and painted fur niture, made slip covers and redecorated our living room Our department boasts a steam iron Now we are making new cotton outfits for summer and we are looking forward to pr senting a style snow BASKETBALL Etna High School's basketball team started the season with seven Juniors and one senior W had only hoped for a fair season with our material We were build ing and looking forward to next year We worked on the theory of the fast break because of our lack of height In some games we were successful and in others we did not do so well We did play two excellent games during the season when our boys upset the dope bucket, one was against the Kirkersville team which averaged well over six feet The other was against one of the best teams we played all season, the Ohio Deaf School Our team looked and played better as the season went on and we were look ing forward to the tournament We went into the tournament looking for success but as luck would have it we had a very poor night and played poor ball. Well, as we all say in this game, 'Wait until next year.' MUSIC The Etna School music organi zations now consist of Band, Junior Band, Girls' Glee Club, Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, and the regular music classes in the grades The Band received green uniforms from Boosters Club this marching Band marched at all the home games and to two away games has given new Kelly the Band year Tue The Concert Band several concerts but the climax of the season was the Spring Music Festival in which the en tire department was presented The newest vocal organization is the Mixed Chorus which is a select group of high school boys and girls Nancy Boyer is the vocal accom anist Dick Stuart lsousaphone and Richard Binkley Ctrumpetl were featured soloists at the Spring Festival CHEERLEADING The varsity cheering squad consisted of four girls, one of which was a senior, two Juniors and one a sophomore They are Mary Ellen Wright, Gloria Sager, Bonnie Hammond and Janice Emswi ler, respectively The reserve cheerleaders con sisted Boyer, Lines The cheers, according to many people, seemed to be very well planned and executed The cheerleaders wish to thank the members of the faculty and the student body for their cooperation and consideration of Janet Finks, Nancy Carol Myers and Janey Typist: Nhry Ellen Wright This page sponsored by Cohagen's Meat Market and Hardware SUPHGZVHPE Q 0 an Q ?""'Q 1-H. f""'C" Slim JUXVIHR f2""0 Jx. 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GRANV IL.l..E-HIG H Seote ber the doors of ll'd scnool agaln ax ll elf n t1e rw rFGHV1llS ooened to fore Flno HldS sbor feat Joxnsto' QQPQQG n1S t1eme t11s year was HTne arc Ol Flme , WulCl pro duced many lntere tln QAM varlcu float ll classes ld the oarade and oat was t1at o Class deplctlnv the tween tne one room scnool add t1e lGQDFW scooolroom wnat nas proven and tlSl3CLOPf t lmmedlatelv we were tlhl tne Football me face Cllnq ed br IOXCCOALHO, an excltln o e W1t1 and tne a1rual colorful oi r 1 had eatrles t 1e 11111111 the Jdnlor contrast be On ovenber l? ld tne Jun lor Class prese1ted a susoense fllled mystery ertltled 'M Way Out' to an 9HtHUS1aSt1C audlence Tae Tnanbs lvlnv dolldaj was celebrated by a d01CG neld on the Db of ovcmber 1U tae y1nas1um It was sponsored by the V Teens The Tlnn Scnool Cnor1s under the dlrectlon of r Janes Lee, bresented on December ln a con cert of Cnrlstaas Mdslc Our nu lc ceJart1ent as ell rcpresen ted at tne annual 1us1c U6otlV3l ne d at Wesle an Jnlverslty 1U belavare on Debrdary ll lne annual football banquet Nas ield at Curtis lall on Denl son's campus nece1ber l9 v1t1 ha yor Janes Rhodes of Colunbus a tne orlnclpal sneaxer Letters and tPOO1l6S were avarded at tnls tlme Tnesplan Soclety, formerly Delta nu, sponsored tne Cnrlstmas dance tAlS year It was held lH the ynnaslum on December 21 In Qasketball thlS year we placed thlrd 1D tne County League 41 K1 donor oartlcularlv fratlfylna Cane to Iranvllle at tne end ol L1 LG Old' the C116 Yao team season wltn tne selectlon OI scnool ltb Hebron to snare CO1HLf uOOPtSm3H5HlJ lronhy Also lH the lleld of soorts, CH3mDlOHS1lp Trophy t our l9q baseball County awarded Due to the chan lu cnedu lln tnls sro ra1s had to s COlS6qUGAC6 slble t dave sneaxers 1e nave been dost o sev ral iacdlty ne1Je s from W 931' class GQGAU y be ele11n1ted lt 13 been pos more assembl nl UnlJers1 Nell fro1 otner flelds uranvllle placed two stu ents one ld SQCOHQ and one 1D oCV5Atl olace lxihe too ten tax tae state feneral Scnolarsnlp nests neld 1D 1eoraarf, otners recelved nonorable mentlon Calendar for tne rest O1 lS as 1ollo1 J. 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Q - fl L ,A :my wif F 4 A .T ' S aff 'y' , S: Q ,jj 'T 1- vi I-m,9V1.C tractively decorated gymn s um HIRIRTFGDR This 15 June Por chet, your da ly reeorter, coming to you from Statlon H H S at Croton, Oh o Today I intend to QlJS you a fill revort of the act of the students of H H ll49 50 uf cou se, the first event of the year was the day when we again ente1ed the xalls of Hartford High for another year This was on September 6 This was a day of hectic scrxm bles, at least for the Hreshmen who seemed so confused by hivh scmool oroceedines Cn September 8 the Senlor Class was organized wlth nine membe s The officers were lected and are as follows Richard Cox President Homer Jhlte Vice President June Porschet Secretary Pthel McCoy Treasdrer September 10 was a big nivht for our football team We beat Homer in our quarter of the County Preview Game that was olayod at Newark Our footb ll season was of fioially opened on September 25 1tl8S hreat ended in a tie The month f ushc ed out by Q at Hanover lwhlch we lostl a dance snonsored by the enior Class The mont1 of Octoler brou ht our fl st t dent council meet nc This is the second year of these meetinps There are fou teen member The officers were elected and are as ol lows Hlcha d Cox Hresident rzscl la Aorrls Vice President Glenol Vetter Secret ry mary Louise O'Neal Treasurer On October 17, the n ne Sen lore you neved to Del ware to have their pictures taken ter bre king the camera nine times we Have un, and vent to Columbus where we spent the re of the day visiting some f the cities interesting eptember was footb ll Q me mainder snots On Novem'er 5 we had our homecoming me Ylth Homer foll owed by a dance snonsored by the Sophomores The homecoming queen nas thel NcCoy Her at tend nts we e Donn e June Hess, Mary Jane o1s het, Janice John stan, Shirley Brace, and 'nth Pnn O'Neal fe were excused from school for two lovely Jeek on December The Juniors ere ent d a three act mystery comed entltled nYou'll Die Lauehinn on Janua 6th and 7th It under he direc 1 n of Mr and Mrs South ard On February 15, we played Plexandria in tae tournament at Newark ost Lui g me y two heart brealing points The seniors nr entei their class play, a three act comedy on April 14 lt was entitled 'Good Gracirus, Grandma and was under the direction of Carolyn Carbaugh The Junior senior banquet was held on Xnrll 21 1n the at Cl 3 Nivht was and Lomnencement 1 4 deld on Nay was on ay 04, O Cn lay 29, la t day Dicnlc was held, thus eniinp another school vear On hay 50, the eniors left for New Vork and Jashinvton D C Nell, those wele the imoort ant events of the l t ye r, our last year The students of Hartford Hich will miss these Senlors Narlene Cook and her scorekee ing Bar ara Taylor's lovely voice DicL Cox nd his hot cornet 'lvde Needles and his basketball anllity Homer Vhlte and nis corny 1okes Herb Shoemdker's thrnlling football broadcasts Dave Jilliams and his mimeog1aphing Ethel McCoy and her love for redheads June Porschet and her silly laughter yes, they'll miss the Senlors, but then, the seniors will also miss them This pace sponsored by Shoemaker's Grocery . 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I ni. ..,L Z V A -.-.Q.A,.,,,, , M iz A4 Y Q A age ,on - ' Q I :ie nc I-ia - . 1 Hello Everyone This is station A L E X Today we are going to bring you the years' review from Alexandria High School To begin our adventure we go back to September 6 l9M9 when the students of Alex High returned to school and started the year off with a big 'bang Then only 16 days later, on Sept 22, the teachers of Alex High went to an all day county meeting and the kids at Alex had a swell time To be a bit more serious on October 20, Alex had the privilege of having a speaker from the Farm Bureau discuss the topic, 'SRTOVY On The Highwaysn followed by a demonstration of 'You can't stop a car on a dime N On October 27, Alex held its Homecoming game and played homer The parade that was held consisted of floats from the high school, and pets and comedy costumes from the grade school During the half Irene Shaw was crowned queen by John Reese captain of the football team The night before Halloween the seniors held a party It included dancing, witches, ghosts spooks, and all the other characters that come with Halloween On Nov 2, came Alex's greet operetta 'The Pirates of Penvance' under the direction of Miss Mason parts of which had been broadcast over W C L T October 26 The Juniors of Alex High out on the first play of the year 'The Professor Goes Haywire , on November 18 Of course we must not forget the football banquet in honor of Alex's Champs iPleaee excuse us for a minute until we get our breath back after that big turkey dinner? WOW' The first meetin to get a youth canteen started was held Dec 1 by the students of Alex's grade and high school Everyone had a good time at the Sadie Hawkins danceiewcept those guys who got patched by someone not considered 'dream baltn 5 On Feb 2 Alex enjoyed the first of its all school movies, nTh6 Fabulous Dorsey'sn Then 'day of all days came the Senior scholarship tests You should have seen the faces on the seniors the day before the test, but they d1dn't compare with the faces the day after On Feb 8 the speech class had the honor of presenting the panel discussion over W C L T on the subject, 'Can the World Feed Its Growing Population?u Abbott and Costello were a scream when they appeared on the screen at the second all school movie March S iYou should have been here to enjoy it with us? Nilkanth Chavre, of India, spoke to us in our assembly on the topic 'India Yesterday and Today' Again came another all school movie Tom Brown's School Days, which was very interesting Who should be in the news on April Fools Day but the Sophomores? They displayed their dramatic ability in 3 one act plays instead of the usual three act play Activities for May were ushered in with the Senior play on May 5 followed by the Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom on Maj 12 After this, what could bring more pay to the seniors than the arrival of May 21, Baccalaureate Sunday, and May Eh, Commencement Day Naturally the other kids at school were waiting for the 26th the last day of school This page sponsored by Durnell Cutrate, Alexandria, Ohio 49 O I I K' I u ' ' On Dec. 19 the 'Shristmas Pageant and Miracle Play' was produced . ll ' I - ' W I 3 L Q+M :Ce Ur Jannc iel ownow, 1 tgv urnell 7wg w tter Jiokrs awq LJ wel fx 0 1 1 V11 or VL Q86 COME :- owls orc + 1 C J res Dov:-. 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This page sponsored by The Pataskala Banking Co. ff Tear Friends, We l, here it is l 5C and another year has gone swiftly P Hi lS back again tell you its news School opened as usual on September 7th The same school we left last Vay was asain filled with laughter and chatter in the halls and class rooms It w s really a happy event when our football team beat Dublin 57 12 The first game we had won in three years What a game' We're also proud of our basketball team this year They came out in fourth place in the tournaments They were in sec ond place before the tournaments started They were under the a e coaching of Bill Curly Colflesh The Latin class this year, with the help of their teacher Miss Angevine, raised enough money to give their lonv awaited Roman Banquet Vou should see the Juniors' Any way to make money They had a carnival, sold pop at all the home basketball games, and now are working on their class play, HCyclone Sally The procee s will be for the JUH1OP Senior p1-X Xwx f 4f" X Vov Nov Dec Jan Feb Feb Mar Var Var Apr May May Nay Banquet May May May Activities of the year Sept. 7 sept.2s Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. This .28 .50 ll 12 26 page School started Senior nayride Freshman Initiation, Which all look forward to except the freshmen. Magician Show Junior Hayride F.H.A. Initiation Freshman Party Senior Party sponsored by Howa Q 28 X52 Junior Carnival Crawford Brothers sponsored by the Latin Club F H A Christmas Tarty W P A Women ray All Finals' Girls Chorus broadcasted over W C L T Lat1n Club Square Dance rade Operetta Evelyn and Leedy Vagic and Hypnotism Senior Dance Broadcast over W C L T Junior Senior Banquet Fort Hayes Hotel Music Festival Senior Play Baccalaureate Commencement Seniors leave on trip In closing, we would like to say that we've had a most successful and enjoyable year. And although there is much going on we still take time for the three R's. So long, until next year. Pataskala High School J ,Af -...iv ,CW yy, 544.25 fi! ffl fn:-tx 'Z M -ey af f gi ' I' 7--af 1 A A 1 .10 by. at ' to I .30 -- xp A A ' .14 . U - . a .l2 . 1'-1 ' . 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M 5 ' ' Q 5 x ' g g ' ff: ' Y f f ., ' i 3 RM: Ann '11 i L f Q Y f' We dm me MUSIC H T was represented th1s year ln the Ulstrnct Chorus at Ohlo Wesleyan by Bess Lllen Settles, Marllyn Walcott, Thelma Stumbo, Wllma Conrad, Allce Wells, Maryorle Sldle, Lsther blowers, Lela Lake, Bob Bradley, Urcel Carson, James O'Flaherty, Don Romine, Bob Falrall, and Wayne Morrls Those participatlnv in the chorus at the bnrlnv Festival, are Bess Settles, Allce Wells, Trelma Stumbo, Marworle Sldle, Marllyn Walcott, Bob Bradley, Bob Fairall, James O'Flaherty, Walter Myers, Urcel Carson, Walter Van Ostran, and Wayne H T band was represented at Ohlo Wesleyan by Martha Romlne, Rlchard fhomsoon, Carol Nalrath, and Kenneth Sidle Representlng the band at the Sprlng Festival are Martha Romine, Florence Lescalleet, Bob Falrall, Sue Pharls, Richard Thompson, Janet Predmore Betty Conrad, Wl1W8 Conrad, and Juan1ta Flowers The band and glee clubs presented a Christmas Program on December 21st The band presented a Wlnter Concert February lOth They also played t the football games and some of the basketball games HOTLCJVING For the flrst time in the hlstary of H T Hivh School, H T had a honeconinn football same It was on Saturday, October 22nd and they played Alexandrla Before the name, the band led a parade consistlng f floats representing the classes, and other school orvanizations, and the queen and her attendants The queen was Norma Eikelberry and her attendants were Nancy Hall and Bess Ellen Settles Queen Norma was crowned before the game by Howard Stlckle, football captain After the game a chicken supper was served ,Lax ff-g-,lr fig-,925 in the hivh school gym by the the evening a Homecoming Dance was held in tle gym Our flrst howecoming was a rand success except for the flnal score of the football fame Home Ec Class SPURTS H T had a ratler successful football season th1s year After loslnp only three vames our team ended the s a n n second place and received a trophy Our basketball team d1dn't d well they won three games and lost n1ne H T went to he tournament with this won the1r flrst name from Summit y three points their second same they lost to Pataskala by eleven polnts At the Athletlc Ban.uet on March Zhth letters were oresent ed to the following boys Bob Bradley, Wayne WOPP1S, Howard Stlckle, Loren Hewltt, Melvin Nethers, Tom Stevens, Tlm Stum bo, Leland Cunningham, Charles Stevens, Jim O'Flaherty, Dlck Roffey, Dun Romine, B1ll Craw mer, Charles Roffey, Leo Carson, Bob Falrall, Bob Shultz, and Urcel Carson REPRESENTATIVES FROM H T Junior members representing H T on the Honor Soclety this year are Bess Settles and Allce Wells Senior representatlves are Nllma Conrad, Joann Williamson, Norma hlkelberry, and Ruth Harrlson County Student Council members are Sue Brown and Tom Stevens Betty Cartnal 1S tle Licking ana Staff member from H T H P PLAYS The juniors presented their play 'Strike Three on December 9th and lOth nNo Brmde for the Groom was presented by the senlors on Aorll 13th and l th Sponsored by Hanover Sales k Service and McKee Truck Lines f Gb 1 ' Q I Q 49 Y 4 4 rl I . b Q Q as Q ' L . ,a -e-,'fX,-f- -e 1 J ' . .' 0 ' .9 J " ' , Y' A 0 a In , , M . 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A Mfilff - - ., ., ,, YY 1 ' 7 - , 4 k gli kj, fouun I 9 SU NO SKO Dea rienos nother sclool ear lS over al eau It nas keen a DFOSUGIOUS and naop one e came back to a clean D3lHtCO school tulldln n september 6 l049 ve were hanuv welcome Vrs Pravel lrs eiser and Irs mlth to our fac ult Heozesentlnv our school on tne County stuuent ouncil C115 Xear were Vela lttman and Iary Jean Swick The onor Societ merbers e lrles, orrov Phoebe Ueverl Donna Llnes, J ne Geer, Challe Laird,Tim farlene rarer and Jerrle ounty Cnorus members wele Clement, afne Sus l, f allowa ileen rumm Carse1 fable Wolcott Plll and Don 'ona 1an xere 1D rt an a sembl or er 50 xe HF oulret and Serlors Che t r s The senlor SSW lruner Charles ll county Banu prorram on Seat a very lnterc L show Ile 1PGSlH6H went to lenara lor on October ll rracuation oictures was Darlene Baker Her court consisted of Lileen mm Joyce Parr Dorothy Pool, illy Delune ard Nelody J lloway On February 2, the comrerclal class went to Columbus to tour some office buildlnvs At one of these places, we were nlven a free lunch Phe varsity cheerleaders for thls 1ear were Darlene Baker and Ieverly Appleman The Reserves were Joyce Harr, Robertia Iona vhan, and iosalle nandall Our football team von three out of seven ames Charle Ealrd and Don Phllllps were on all County Football second team le wish our hols Food lucku in pla ing ll man football next year. O r school ber tafl l d O xas Ve a lttman and asslst nt ed tor was Jane Geer Caarles Baird Ver lttmar Don Strait You Alsoach and Jane ueer went to Granvllle, Saturda F ruarw 4 to to tue senlor ,L I r L ., - . , ,, . . . nl A .. "' . ' I.I'u , U 'V1 717' ' r- I S 1 T V' -V A t. 0 .L , 1: u . , 1 A ' 'A y . H . V. Q a J. . .K . -1 o + .J - ,-. 4 . L x W , u n ' ,A L A t - " O 1 -. n , ,. R o U Q I' ' C' - . , -2 in . Y. n l -2. A. v I ' ' ff. . Y 1 ' ' A f t l I U i ., :J ': U I ' h, A - , , 1 ,. 4. t Q ' 1 ,. .U X, J LA, . . . fy . . g 1- V A H U A ., - wer' Ja o ' s . W, I - T . 4' ' 1 D '. , f ' ' ' 1 ,. . lo fa ff , S ,, , - . , . All'J . ' 4 A ..- ' '- if 'W Y J ,S . .. , . YJ, 1 Q v 12 fr' f ' 1 " v- -. J ,V L. , L. A . , .J t J L, 'Wo Y ' , '-' ' .- J, A-, u , .2 - 1 P, , . . li s v. C L1 pal S 151 L: ' 1' ,N 1 " I ,, Rl VU "' Ealrd, nary Jean Swick, and Letty memoers this year. Tae eoltor f f.-Z .V ' A -" . 7 , W., wg' Q ,1 A-. gi . 'F h J 0 nl 4. n C. - - S x 3 1 L " E. 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Her court conslsted of Vera 1tt nan, Rosemars Fishbaurh and Louise Staley Our Christmas prorram was pres ented bf the VPHGG school It was the story of cnlldren ln other lands The last scene was one in which all countrles brou ht iits to the hrist Child For the flrst tlme summit had a Basketball Homecoming It was sponsored by the F F A and held on January l5 The queen chosen Scholarship tests On February ll the Junior Class presented EUFES act Plcnter An le presented facultv, helped to nTde Famlly has comedy directed by Nr Time Iinstrel Show was on larch ll Students and bus drivers all mane lt a areat success Thls was sponsored by the Seniors to nelp raise funds for their trip The fraduation exercises were as follows Baccalaure te on hav l4 Commencement on Tay 9 and Class Day on May 25 To SUB IT all up our scdool ear vas a hapw and busy one The Seniors wisd to bid all their frlends and faculty a formalfare well Thls is st tlon SHS slrn ing off for this year This pave sponsored by Strait's Food larket, Summit Station, Ohio .SH V3 ms Q3 fn H'Kf'3' "141"!'Li'Q'Qf'? wzgualwufnf O0 Thls pave soonsored by 1tarr's 9P'1CG Stat nn, Broad St Qt Summit Wd Go .SH -zgfrid-1,-46 Geo 3065444 f,4frw6 This page sponsored by Shadwick's General Store, Summit Station. 67 . f f. . - g K ,MX i flfzilffffhw ' ' i 'f.v ' W . 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' Q ,f Q Q Q " 4 5 UQ, u' vi Q A Q Q ' if Q - S, l ' Q Q W gW.h,,,A,,,Qg4gW,1-4M,g,1ig,M , ' ' 5' NGI' - Q' A A ' H , Q- gaff -gm This school year has been one of profit Kwe hope? and pleasure Cof course, Our faculty in cluded four new high school tea chers Mr Fowler, superintend ent, Mrs Fowler, Miss Adams, and Mr Parker Sith us again were Mrs Braig, Miss King, and Mr Balo We played our first football game with Hartford on September 25 We had a moderately success ful season which was climaxed by the Homecoming Game on November 4 Etna won, but Queen Martha Parkinson looked pretty enough to banish the gloom of that cold, rainy day Her attendants were Jean Cotterman, Mary Jo Hoskin son, and Patty Rockey Evan Smith was high point man for the season and we were very proud of Ralph Moore, who won a spot on the All County first team Other events of October were the seniors' trip to Columbus for picture takin , a successful magazine drive Sue Bailey was high salesman for the campaignj, and the Halloween Carnival Queen Patricia Morton reigned over this gala evening,attended by Jane Pound, Carol Brown, and Janice Davis The 4 H Clubs,Community Club, and F F A have all been very active this year. The Com unity Club sponsored many dances and raffles to purchase the new band uniforms which constituted their chief project for the year. The F.F.A. elected Ralph Moore pres ident and held a pest hunt,wh1ch Eugene Collins won with 2990 points. Last summer, Jacktown's cattle judging team rated eighth in 253 entries from all over the state. The junior play,"'1'he Campbells Are Coming," was well presented on November 18. It was directed by Miss King and Mr. Parker. The basketball season ended with our second game in the tournament, which we lost to He- bron. The cheerleaders this year were Irene Seymour, Anna Lou Brown, Martha Parkinson, and Bette Hoskinson, who looked very charming in their new red and gray uniforms The girls in the upper six grades participated in a program of intramural basketball They also invited girls from neigh boring schools for afternoon games Editor Lillian Gorley pub lished a very good BULLETIN every three weeks with the as sistance of Mrs Braig as advis In the latter part of the year, it was published in news paper form rather than as a mag azine The music department was ac tive with the band playing at games and pep meetings, and mem bers of the chorus attending state, district, and county cho ruses Donna Jean Ice, Irene Seymour, Leroy Hoskinson, and Keith Thogmartin went to Wilm ington in March to participate in the State Chorus Other mem bers of the chorus attended dis trict and county choruses Mary Jo Hoskinson and Glen Vince were new members on the County Student Council Pat Mor ton was a member again,and also our representative onn the Lick gana staff New members elected to the Honor Society were seniors Lil lian Gorley and Irene Morgan,and junior Roy McK1bben. Senior mem- bers elected last year were Glen Wlnce, Donna Jean Ice, and Pat Morton. We were very proud that Glen was elected president oSf this group. The 21 seniors concluded thdr last year at Jacksontown, guided by President Glen Wince and Mr. Balo, as advisor, in the tradi- tional manner. The senlor play, "I Know Your Secret? was present- ed on May 5,and the Junior Smnor Banquet, Senior Week, Baccalaur eate Sunday, and Com encement night formally ended their high school career. A lot of hard work and many plans were under way during the year to finance the senior trip to New York, Washington, and Atlantic City. Good by, seniors, and good luck! This page sponsored by the Jacksontown Garage ii 5 A 1 snr? 2-jpeg , its Y gin gf, ps K? 1. V 5 5 5, 2. ,I .ogg ,ge 2' I 1 I ff ' e " ff ff ' HQ ff as f f ,L , ,l, fig, iq! L - If 4, Q 55 eff VJ, 3 ,U ggi, fd, 7 Sf- ' i A X M :. f , 7 I Vi .,, , , . F , Y . 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JUNIOR CLASS Row l Mary Jo Hoskinson, Jane Pound, Frances Wilson, Minnie Winter Row 2 Mr Parker, Evan Smith, Bill Nichols, Roy McKibben, Roger Cotterman, Kenny Deck FRESBMAN CLASS Row l Janice Davis, uauneta Ni chols, Mary Gutridge,Patty Smith, Dorothy Smith, Shirley Henry Row 2 Joan Mitchell, Elizabeth Brown, Vera Crist, Patty Rockey, Miss Adams Row 5 Dick Baker,Ray Jones, Fred Grove, Keith Cotterman, Bob Hall, Howard Smith Row 4 Alfred Lomas, Bob Smith, Bob Lilly, Vernon Johnston, Hop Fisher This page sponsored by Blade's Restaurant and Service Station C K T FOOTBALL SQUAD Row l Dick Grove,Eu0ene Collins, Keith Thovmartln, Ralpn oore, Roy McKibben, Leroy Hosklnson Row 2 Supt Fowler, Dick Fulk, Phll Rieg, Rover Cotterman, Rod ney Hill, Glen lnce, Coach John Parker Row 5 Howard Smith, Fred Grove, Hop Fisher, Bob Smlth, Kenny Cot terman, Frank Crist, Evan Smith MIXED CHORUS Ice, Kelley, Parkinson, Crist, Nlchols, Gutridge, Dettre, Brown, Beard, Roberts, Baker, Beckman, Hall, Winter Mitchell, Watkins, Brown, Morton, Meredith, Gorley, Seymour, williams, Brown, Morgan, Cotterman, Wilson, M1ss Adams Cotterman, Jones, Lilly, Sasser, Lawrence, Davis, Rockey, Smith, Smith, Henry McKibben, Thovmar- tin, Moore, Cotterman, Nichols, Cotterman, Deck, Johnston, Lomas, Fisher, Hoskinson BASKETBALL S TKO Row l Rover Cotterman,Kenny Cot terman, Glen Wince, Ralph Moore, Keith Thogmartin,Leroy Hoskinson Row 2 Kenny Deck, Calvin Boring, Frank Crist, Roy McKibben, Dick Grove, Dick Fulk, Coach Parker Row 5 Dick Baker, Bob Hall, Hop Fisher, Evan Smith, Howard Smith Row 4 Max Keefe, Dalton rise, Bob Smith, Eugene Collins, Rodney Hill, Vernon Johnston, Bob Lilly FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Row l--Mr Balo, Rodney Hill, Le- roy Hoskinson, Frank Crist, Ralph Moore, Calvin Boring, Keith Thog- martin Row 2- Fred Martin, Max Keefe, Eugene Collins, Dick King, Dale Jones, Evan Smith, Bob Hall Row 5--Dick Baker, Fred Grove,Al- fred Lomas, Bob Smith, Ray Jones, Howard Smith. 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S9623 .Q ,,...,. ew m 3 I -1 ' C A 76 RKER5, LL FACULTY When the doors of Kirk High were opened to greet the stud ents Sept 6, we were greeted by Mr W A Stubbs, our new superintendent, and the other members of the faculty have one other new teacher this year, Mrs Franck, our music teacher SENIORS Four years ago twenty five freshmen entered K H S ow seventeen of this group plus three new members make up the 1950 graduates This rep resents the largest graduating class 1n the history of K H S have been made The seniors have sponsored several events to raise money for the trip Among the highlights were e senior play, Guess Agaln' and the Jr R Sr Banquet JUNIORS The Juniors, with fourteen constituting the class, have sponsored several progects to raise money to sponsor the Jr R Sr Banquet and for their next years actlvities HONOR SOCIETY Kirk sent three new members to the county honor society initation held at Granville, March 20 Dick Klema and Jane Sutphen were the new senior members and Elaine Ausenbaugh the Junior member They join the senior members that were initatited into the Honor Soc iety last year CHLERLEADERS The cheerleading unit of Kirk consisting of Ruth Ann Bauman, and three new members, Dorothy Moore, Carolyn Hite, and Jo Ann Newlun are varsity cheerleaders The reserve cheerleaders were Ellen Smith, Eleanor Keyse, and Barbara Beal They backed the teams to the limit and led the fans in yelling for the teams NICE JOB GIRLS!!! FOOTBALL CO CHAMPS The football season was a great success thls year as we were Co Champlons with Alex andria in the six man football league We were happy to have two members, Charles Moorehead and Roger Beal placed on the All Codnty first team The team beat everybody but Han over loboso, who spoiled our Homecoming by beating us The altogether as we had as our Homecoming Queen, Millie Evans and her attendants Jane Sut phen, Dorothy Ketner, Jo Ann Bigony, and Barbara Beal Homecoming Dance sponsored by the seniors was held that nlght The Mothers had a banquet for the boys, Nov 19 19 9 Mr Black presented the trophy to us at this time Congratu latlons boys on brlnging Kirk its first football champion Ship!!! BASKBTBALL We engoyed great success in league play this year as we tied for third place in league standings, but when we came to the tournament, Ouch! Tough Luck boys, but thanks for being sports about it NICE WORK BOYS!!! 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