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

 - Class of 1951

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'--1 1:':,n ' -- 4 l 29 w oi f gsuuvm' 0 Music Ut1ca's fifty piece band,w1th its snappy red and grey uni- forms,and led by five high step- ping majorettes and the Drum Ha Jor Mary Janet Mantonya perform ed at all the home and one of the away football games this year The vocalizing at Utica is done by the seventy voice Mixed Chorus Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and the Mlxed Ensemble All these groups with the band and brass choir, under the direction of Richard Welsh! presented a Christmas program and the annual Spring Music Festival Journalism The twenty ninth edition of our annual The Builder was pub lished by a competent staff, ad vised by Mrs Kauber The Wa Hoo,our school paper, was published every month under the direction of the ed1tor,Mary Jo Blough and advisor Miss Bol lenbacher This is only the sec ond year of its existence but we feel our paper is greatly mm proved and among the best The Ink Splash staff writes a weekly column for the Utica Herald containing school news and gossip Student Council The student council in its twenty-fourth year at Utica, is led by president Dick Beebe and vice president Carole Llngafelt- sr. The chairmen of all the or- ganizations in school, the class presidents, and a representative from each class make up the council. Among its many projects the council sponsored a Christ- mas dance on Dec. 22nd. Homecoming This year Mary Jo Blough was chosen by the students to reign over the Homecoming festivities Her attendants were Mary Janet Mantonya,Nell1e Wr1ght,Gerald1ne D1xon,and Ann Hawke.B111 McCann, the captain of the football team, crowned Mary Jo during the half-time ceremonies of the This page sponsored Utica Hebron ams which was won by Utica, 13 The freshman class captured first prize in the high school division of the homecoming pa rade with a portrayal of boxing on television Athletics Our football team d1dn't win any championships this year but their competitive spirit made them tough opponents for any team and their good sportsman- shhp is to be commended The varsity basketball team coached by Glendon 'Cap' Evans, enjoyed just a 'so so'season but we are looking forward to the tournaments The reserve team, guided by Fred Radloff had a comparatively good season winning ll and los ing only 4 The athletic awards will be presented to the players of all sports at the Athletic Banquet in March Cheerleaders Members of the varsity cheer ing squad were Mary Bernard,Dlx le Cornelius Jerry Dixon Sherrie Marstcn,and Mitzi Staugh Donna Bell Marlene Bllne and Marcia McDonald made up the reserve group The girls dressed in white with red accents,enthus1ast1ca1 ly urged their teams on to vic- tory. Library Staff The Library Staff at Utica is composed of about forty girls from the upper three grades. Its purpose is to promote and en- large the reading facilities for the students. An annual banquet is held every year to honor the new officers. This organization is under the guidance of Mrs. Helphrem Junior Play Sixteen members participated in the Junior class production, 'Clement1ne', under the able di- rection of Miss Bollenbacher.The farce comedy proved to be a tre- mendous success. Lar1more's Electric S1 aff CL lb iw QM QD mea G QL 'YZE SE CIO o Y Gif G90 Gb GOEMQQJQCQOMD PGHQCQH 516936559 6233 Mm E G? WPG? g fi F Wu E27 65 U IL 5 IE CE ET NP- CHO K Qs, Sm' IERDENE COOMBS F ADEL MORTENSEN F c CLASS f Sl M J B HARTMAN Q ROGER BURKE Foe w A WESLER F CHARLES HALL Pm BETTY EASYERDAV V BONNIE HAMMOND LAYTON FIIIEI ex ROIEIT PAIKINSON DARLENE NMIIS mcrwzn KUHN R'C"W'D UNB EINESY IALSEI JR GLOIIA 5553 This page is sponsored by Cohagen's, Etna 52 O HELEN BUR F LOUIS BAR! 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Q f w A A v A V.,A. 3 1' . i f f ' if V X , s ,sw ,n . tail 391 La ton Feiber Jim Football 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Class Officer l 2 4 Chorus l,3,4 Dra matics 3 Robert Parkinson jBobL Football l 2,3 4 Basketball l,2, 3 Baseball 1,2 3 4 Class Officer l Chorus l,2,3 4 All County Chorus 2 All County Band 3 4 Dramatics 3 4 Charles Hall CCharl1eL Football 2 3 Ed Basketball 3 4 Baseball l,2,3 4 Class Officer 3 4 Chorus 1,2 3 4 All County Chorus 2,3 Honor Society 4 Count Student Council 3 4 Dramatics 3 Richard Lines Dick Football 3 Basketball 1 2,3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Chorus 1 Dra matics 3 4 Richard Kuhn Dick Basketball 3 Baseball 1 2,3 4 4 All County Chorus 2,3 4 Honor Society 4 Dramatics 3 4 Ernest Balser QJun1orL Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Faseball 1,2 3 4 Chorus 1 Richard Scheidegger QD1ckL Football 4 Basketball 3 b Base ball 3 4 Chorus 1 Joan Herriott Chorus 1 2,3,4 Band 1,2,3 G A A 1 2,3 4 Dramatlcs 3 4 Class Officer 1 Darlene Harris Chorus 3 4 G A A 3 4 Class Officer 3 Dramatiaa 3 1+ Band 3 L+ Gloria Chorus 1 2,3 Class Officer 2,3 G A A 1 2,3 4 Cheer Leading 1, 2 3 4 Dramatics 3 4 Bett Jane Easterda Chorus 2,3 A 1 2 Honor Society 3 4 Dramatics 3 4 Bonnie Hammond Chorus 3 4 Class Officer 2 4 G A A l 2,3 4 Cheer Leading 2 3,4 Dramatlcs 3 4 As EHS returned to school on September 5 there were two new teachers here to greet us, a new superintendent and also a com mercial teacher The Etna Eagles went through the football season undefeated This is the first time since 1944 that the Eagles have taken the six man crown Richard Lines, Charles Hauq and Layton Feiber were placed on the all county first team The Roger Burke outfit ended up with 333 points for 7 games while their opponents had only 65 points Etna Etna Etna Etna Etna Etna Scores for the season are Jacksontown 0 Kirkersville 12 Alexandria 30 Hartford Pataskala The homecoming game this year was played at Pataskala, it was play ed on November 8 Our homecoming queen was Bonnie Hammond and her attendants were Betty Easterday, Carol Myers, Nancy Knoff and Bev erly Hall The Juniors presented their play on November 1? The name was Bashful Bertie ' It was a comedy in three act The Honor Society members this year are Betty Easterday, Charles Hall, Richard Kuhn, Dale Stalter, and Carolyn Harsh Senior Motto Today not tomorrow e Seniors plan to leave on Washilgtcm trip May 23, 1951 their This page is sponsored by Wh1te's Garage, Etna 55 I' I I I I 311+ , I I U , 1+ ' ' - 11+ , ' I I . 9 9 - . nw 9 97 Cl V Y 9 ' - 9 9 9 9 , .5 . 9 9 9 I 9 9 9 ' no "" "' , - 58 ------ 59 ------ 9 9 9 28 ------ H. T. 6 F. F. A. Pres. 3,4 Chorus 1,2,3, Etna 43 .... 1- Homgr 7 . 52 ----H 6 . 53 ------ a 9 9 K 31 9 9 9 I ' ' , A" ,L .- 9 9 I 9 0 ' . ' 9 9 9 I .- , . 0 4 . 9 9 CI' I 9 9 . . . , , . 9 9 9 , G. . A. , ,3,4 -'T "- . 9 9 Th 9 9 ' 0 ' 9 9 9 . 9 Etna 3291 riwr Flags bophomo Claqs Fre hman Class This page is soonqored by Dr U V Runkle Etna 54 D' Jax K J . ' . PQ - .S . F. F. A. A ., . 1-1. . , ' tim 751 N01 l hifi' HMM 1 il HWY! 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L. .nw lj f. .-,fpww Ll L L 5 Granville high Looklng back on this last year, we are able to appreciate another year of achievement and advancement Almost immediately after school began in Septemben be presented to the public Thespians also had charge of an assembly Our band and chorus com we entered the football season enthusiastically A very im pressive list of victories was increased by an exciting game with Hebron, on Homecoming floats, costumes, and decora tions announced the annualhom coming parade The Sophomores' float, a large white horseshoe, first in this yearfs 'Superstition placed theme, In the gymnasium on Nov lO, the Y Teens played host t the Hi Y club with a successful dance This different idea was enthusiastically received The Junior Class presented HJudy Pulls the Curtain,n enjoyable farce,to an apprecia tive audience on November 16 17 A dance for the play cast fol The annual famball banquet was served in the school cafe teria on January ll The main speaker was Jack Cannon, an ex all American ballplayer, with Parnell Egan Following the and trophies Notre Dame and as toastmaster dinner, letters were awarded This year the Thespian So ciety worked on six one act plays, three of which were to pleted a successful year under the direction and supervision of Mr James Lee The Central Ohio Music Festival, held in Delaware on February 9,was sup ported by the majority of our music department In basketball this year, we emerged county champions For the second time we were privileged to share the Licking County Sportsmanship Trophy with Homer The calendar for the rest of the year is as follows March 2 School Party Music Festival Thespian Dance Thespian three one act plays April Hi Y Dance Open House May 10 Senior Play Junior Senior Bammat Baccalaureate Com encement I .ll . - 5 Q an - H 7-- - J n 9-- lowed the last performance. ll 16-, - . 20-- - - ll 23-- . -1l-- . 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V 3 HM Ellgpx B R 'c- 14 g Gm ' d La N '15 ook" 1' .1-0' 'Q fm 52, ,-Y W KCY 0938 'Q H ACM X CUBBERLY ST6'D!0 UHAWARS OH I O A V 13" 'NK glands Q, AB This page sponsor-ed by Howes Service .Jtation 40 'ltifffdfil JH 1 e 7 HARTFORD HI LITFS OF 1950 Once aga4n the time comes to relate to the county the events or l950 a they ap pened The football team had en average season wlnning four and losing foux hed Fletcher and Bob Fown were 'ected t the all county football t am The season's soo es are as follows The Hartford Hart'ord Hartford Hartford Hartford Partford Hartford J South Zanesville 45 Pom r 2U Hanover O Eegraff 32 Alexandxia W9 Etna 52 Klrkersville 42 Homecoming Queen nas Donnie Ture Hess The captaln was R1cha1d Higgins Richard was voted most valuable player by the team The basketball season was again a mediocre one with the Yellow Jackets winning six and losing seven A better season is expected next year Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Haltford Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford Hartford TO 1 UR Hanover 22 Pataskala 47 Kirkersville 47 Centerburg 45 Homer U2 Alexandria no Etna 50 Johnstown 53 Hanover 16 Gahanna 46 Summit 46 Pataskala 44 Klrkersville 55 MFNT NA Hartford 35 Hanover 59 Now tor the social events of the year The homecoming dance was held on the night f October 28 The music was supolied by the Hartford orchestra On October 16 the seniors iourneyed to Delaware and had their pictures taken by the Cubberly Studios The pic the seniors were quite proud of them December 13 the EPBGGS presented 'The Forest Court' an operetta under the direct ion of Mrs Carolyn Swartzkoph January 5 'Escort Trouble a comedy in three acts was presented by the Juniors under the direction of Mr Robert Frye March 9 the senior play was presented The title of the play was 'You Can't Beat The Irish It was under the direction f Mr Thomas B Southard The Baccalaureate was May 14 The Commencement was May 1? Thirteen seniors received their diplomas The school has been very proud of these seniors and are sorry to see them leave the school M wish them much success in life THIS PAGE SPONSORED BY THE RED Sc WHITE STORE 41 CX' iq 4 L A , , Q . - Q ,'. . ' , s - h - . o el 'O ,. M - - ,- 59 A 5 J 52 . e .. . , Hartford ig Jacksontown 6 tures turned out very well and 63 T, , n 13 ' ,' . 6 . s 36 - . - L I K, 30 , ' 49 - ., 44 ' ,Z 0 . . 32 ' ' 41 . 53 -A no ., 48 , . ' 38 ' 42 1 ' - - 62 ' ' 31 . . 'e Sprwf Toitbell Team Band Basketball Team This page sponsored by Shoemaker's Grocery 42 'gcc Q X 1 Q W. i s., L, -f Q .. I 7 4 , wiv ,fy :ll 5 4nF""!gN,,ul"'-n is page sponsored by Debolt's Ha dware EPURIOUPUITI 14960 I '21 X! 109 ,,.+n,,. x"'5 f ff? 1,,, ,, ,, fi. Y fi S 'Q 2 '50f'r-fxn 'Y cr ,. .. wiv 'Q 3 S .A lCXCl11C1I'lQ S-Q9 i X1 561100 slhii 0' 55" AB""'l7'j yvtl HMIAMYSHMM DUAYVARS ON H3 T gash .11- This pegs sponsored by Durne11's Drug Store 44 fl One day, a few weeks after school was out, Kenny ard Lind two students of Alex High, met They began talking about the re cent graduation Kenny had just said he thought the glee clubs' singing was swell when Louie walked up 'Say, Louie, you sure looked serious that night ' Ken said 'You would've too, if you'd been graduatin' Dear old Ma 23rd 'What about Baccalaureate9' That was on May 20, was'nt 1t9 Huh9' asked Linda think our play was topso' "Slng For Your Supper'9 I guess Anyway, it couldn't beat our Sophomore plays ' put in Linda 'Oh you Sophs are just egotists Everyone knows 'The Per fect Idiot' and 'Aunt Cathles' Cat' were the best Alex ever saw Juniors' products, too ' 'Remember on Sept 7 just two days after school opened,the play those Denison students gave?' 'What about Sept 3Oth9 Everyone remembers that cause that was the Sophomore dance ' 'Say, Louie do you remember Homecomingo' 'Remember I How could I forget it' Jo Beaver was queen an I was captain ' 'That was in October wasn't it' The 13th I guess it was 'Yeah Speakin' of big productions wasnft the operetta a wonderful successo I thought we were never goin' to have it Bad weather, postponed More bad weather, more postponement "In Gay Havana' to be presented Mar 2' I'll never for get that line I made the posters ' 'Say, said Kenny, 'remember the F H A talent show with Ernie Lee of W L W 9 Donna Blackburn got first in the county 'What about the Health class party? It concluded our work in manners ' added Linda :Or the Home Ec girls' dinner, when they invited us fel lows 'The whole school was open to our parents one evening in November, Open House 'Heyl Don't forget the day early in October when the Sen iors and group pictures were taken ' ' ore cameras 'Oh don't waste words on an old joke like that l Some thing really worth mentioning was when school began Sept 5 when we got out for Christmas vacation 'And good old May 25 when we got our grade cards for the last time that year ' 'I guess Alex High School is kind of empty now ' 'So am I I've got to go home to supper ' 'I'1l be seein' ya ' This page sponsored by Alexandria Mills AR I 1 , 1 I 1 'Z ' 1 7' 1' ' I I 1 ,lf 'Ii' . ll ,j I I " H 1' 'L I Q . a, , . , . - Y ' an 'Something like that. Speakin' of Senior stuff, did'nt you . . so. , . , l 0 1 ' 9 . . , 7 , ' ' 1 . I . N . . , . . . . . . .. . , . I C O M ---' , -- . , or ' ll I I O O ll 71x Q4 ,df if Piwfff-W L. 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Guam msrucxz, ru. uss mmm masvnuz, m. . , , , M, V Q Band Boosters Valen IMYEASIZKLQXE A On September 5, la5O the doors of Pat skala High School were opened once more to offi cially start the new school term, and this year has prov d interesting and also very satisfactory year Sud denly we were in the midst of the football season This year marked Pataskala's first year of a new kind of football Because of a shortage of boys Pataskal had to play 6 ran football Besldes being new to us, it proved to be very interest1ng Our first name at Hanover Toboso ended in a tie thlS game gale everybody a taste of 6 man football Two new faculty members entered Pataskala High School this year, nagle, our instructor Aga n year the everythirg Vr Gene Yontz, our new industrial arts th1S year, as every Juniors are doing they can to make money They sold pop at all of our home basketball and football games They are now working on their class play NA Case of Springtime e money that the juniors work so hard every year to make, of course, will finance the Junior Senior Banquet which will be held at the Granville Inn, Granville, Ohio Everts of the Year Sept O Pataskala's Band marched in parade at Etna Oct Oct Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr May May May hay Student Council at Pataskala Magazine sale Republican Rally at school Band played Thanksg1v1na Holiday F H A Christmas Pafty V1d term exams tine BOX Socnal and Lance Grade Operetta, and nThe Cobbler and he Elves Jun1or Play U H P Vother Daughter Party Senior Play Licking County Music Festival Junior Senior Banquet Athletic Banq1et Music Festival Baccalaureate Commencement Band went to Newark Oct Oct Oct Band Played 1 Hebron street parade and evening concert JUHIOT Dance As we leave Pataskala School the Class of 1951 wishes to thank tte Board of Education the faculty, our parents and everybody who has worked w1th them to make our twelve years of education possible Oct for L1ckina County COmmUn1ty Chest Parade Carnival at school This page SUOHSOPGG by 49 PATASLALA HI H SCHOOL Pataskala Standard H 2 A . 25 . 25 W an M H va , 26 . . 25 M ' L 24 , . 15 . . . - L ' . ll if - ' my , 12 3 ' tr. 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S 'J C K S O N T 0 Dear School Chums, Just a line to let you know another year has elasped and all hope that we have made the best of it The senior class fin ished the year with four girls and three boys Kenneth Deck was their president while Richard King class, both doing a very nice job elected president of the F F A , being re organlzed this year, was Mary Jo Hoskinson as president was the president of the junior Eugene Collins was and our local student council, quite active around school with Evan Smith was our football captain and Mr Parker our coach for another year He should be congratulated for his patience with the team Betty Dettre was crowned our Homecoming Queen, land did Evan ever take advantage of being captain' J while Mary Jo Hoskinson, Dorothy Smith, and Betty Hayes were her attendants In October came the annual Halloween Carnival and Patty Smith reigned as Queen Minnie Winter, Bette Hoskinson, and Pat Norris were her attendants Our basketball scoring was led by Roger Cotterman The team set a new record in '51, remember? Our cheerleaders, Martha Parkinson lCaptainD Bette Hoskinson, Janice Davis, and Patty Smith were very good also this year Our reserves included Katherine Florian, Sally Claggett, Mary Smith, and Pat Smith We tried again this year to show good sportsmanship and did very well Our grade school teachers for the year were Mrs Cass, Mrs Rowland, Mrs Kiger, Mrs E mund, and Mrs Bounds The grade credit for the improvement of the band goes to Miss Adams The Home Economics Department had a successful year under the di rection of Mrs Fowler The junior play, TAKE YOUR MEDICINE, under the direction of Mrs Fowler and Miss King, was a great success The senior play, MAMA'S ANGEL CHILD, was a scream The Junior Senior Banquet was great Ann Watkins was editor of the BULLETIN and Mrs Braig was advisor We too remember the good job Mr Fowler did for the school throughout the year 1950 1951 Our new members to the Honor Society were Mary Jo Hoskinson, the senior member, and Patty Roberts, June Baker, and Ann Watkins, the junior members On the County Student Council the serior member was Mary Jo Hoskinson and Patty Roberts represented the junior class Mary Jo Hoskinson was our LICKINGANA staff member Now for a few things for which some of the seniors of 'Sl' will be remembered Roger Cotterman for his basketball ability, Kenny Deck for his jokes, Evan Smith for his football playing, Minnie Winter for her laugh Marguerite Higinbothom for her personality, Frances Wilson for her basketball playing and the class as a whole for their fine co operation with the school Seniors, we are very sorry to see you leave, but the best of luck, wherever you may go and whatever you may do Sincerely, 'Jackie' Jacktown This page sponsored by Leas Restaurant o5 J A W N we ! school grew. and moved the sixth grade into a room upstairs---The ! ' o J A C K S O N T O W N SOPHOHORE CLASS Row 1 Janice Davis, Dot Smith, Vera Crist, Wauneta Nichols,y Bowlus, Jackie Smith Row 2 iop Fisher, Ray Jones, oloria Northey, Joan Mitchell Elizabeth Brown, Miss Adams Row 3 Dick Baker,Keith Cotter nan, Vernon Johnston,Bob Lilly, Ray Bond, Fred Grove, Hovard Smith BULLETIN STAFF Row l Parkinson, Beard, Brown, Wise, Ann Watkins Editor,Hi1l B Hoskinson, M Winter, Mrs. Braig, Advisor Row 2 J Henry, Nichols, J Smith, Davis, Beckman, Dettre, Collins, Baker, Roberts Row 3 D Smith, S Winter, K Florian, Bowlus, P Smith, Sasser, M Hoskinson, Jones This page sponsored JUNIOR CLASS Row 1 B Dettre, M Parkinson, J Baker,P Beckman,P Roberts, D Collins, P Conaway Row 2 P Sasser, B Hoskinson C Brown, D Beard, A Watklns, Mrs Fowler, Advisor Row 3 D Jones, M Keefe, R Hill, F Martin Row P Leaman,E Collins, D lise, R King, P Leaper FRFSHMAN CLASS R w 1 S Winter, S Keefe, Henry, k Roberts, K, Florian, B Hayes, S Bailey R W 2 J Helser, E Boring, Smith, D Kinser, M Jones, Balo, Advisor Row 3 J Smith, R Soward, Parkinson, D Broceus,D Fulk, P Cochran Row N Franks, D 'CG1li1"G, R Melick, H Morton, R Law renee, E Fogle Lawrence's One Stop Service J A C O N T O FOOTBALL SQUAD Row l--Roger Cotterman, Eugene Collins, Evan Smith, Paul Leaper, Dick Fulk, and Howard Smith Row 2- Fred Grove, Ray Jones, Paul Cochran, Jerry Helser, and Coach Bob Parker Row 3 Jim Smith,Tom Parkinson, Everett Fogle, Rodney Hill, Don Broceus, and Dick Baker Eaixm Row l Roberts, Smith, Bailey, Mills, and Florian Pow 2 Boring, Martin, Smith, Brown, Bowlus, Parkinson, and Roberts Row 3 Northey, Petty, Seymour, Higinbothom, Sasser, Keefe, and Miss Adams, Director Row Gorley, Parkinson, Smith, Ice, and Johnston Row S Richards, Mitchell, Hel ser, Fulk, Wise, Keefe, an Johnston 'S ,. 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' ' 4 J L , t ,, BKCJN FOOTBALL As Hebron's school years begin interest is focused on football Our team completed the season with a record of four wins and five losses Our last game was the Homecoming, a win over Reynoldsburg At the game Norma Clay was crowned Queen In her court were Jackie Smith Rose Brooker Shirley Helmral Mary Roberts and Betty Smoke Homecoming was climaxed by the annual dance sponsored by the Senior Class FALL FESTIVAL During football season our school also participated in the Hebron Fall Festival I e parade the Senior Class Float took first prize with the theme 'Hebron, Home of Champions N Queen Edith Gant reigned over the festivities with her court of Jackie Smith, Peggy Kemper and Carolyn Hayworth Our basketball team was although low the league standings fourth in the Licking county tournament Our reserves had quite a good record of elev en wins against three losses The varsity cheer leaders this year were Donna Clark Mary Rob erts Norma Clay, Nancy Karst and Nancy Zimmer The reserve cheer leaders were Joy Oyler Rosalie Thompson, Latty Justice and Marilyn Porter Our music department was very active this year Several ensembles went to Chillicothe to entertain at the Veterans' Hos pltal This spring both an 'nstrumental and a vocal concert were given, under the direction of Mr Victor Batterson ALL ACTIVITIES BANQUET The Boosters Club honored all participants in Hebron's extra curricular activities with an All Activities Banquet Let ters were awarded to persons participating in football band basketball softball, baseball track and cheer leading I addition, special medals were given to the Senior members of the choir and band F H A organized early in the school year and have been active through out the entire yeal Our faculty advisor is Economics teacher Thetig event in the F F A for the year was the annual Mother laughter Ban quet SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Tack Spelman Carl Pangle Pauline Penick Martha Sheets Presidert Vice President Secxetazy Treasurer This page sponsored by Dawson's '5 3 10' , . n ' 7 I ' Y - - , P 1 , 1 9 ' n . n th A , . 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P VI V U neote be rolls around and here ne are back in school av in looking back over our twelve vears in school we feel a little sad about leav ing but since w still have our trip and m ny other im portant events to look for ward to we are thinvins onlv of the future We will run through briefly the events that have taken Dlace so far this Vear Band at Pataskala Fair H16X8HdPl8 Cherel P T A neeting Etna Ctherej S nd at Ftna air OCTOD Q Patask la ftherel Band at Hebron Pair Homer Cherel Band at Newark Parade Fanover ftherej Jacktown Cherej P T A Carnival NOVEMBER q9PtfO1d Cherej Lions Nrestling Junior Class Play P T A Meeting summit Basketball ltherel WVCEWBPR Hanover fherel Hebron Ctherej Hartford Cherel Villersport Ctherel Pataskala ftherel P T A Meeting 1LCFMSVR con t 19 Johnstown there! 22 Jacktown Cthereb 22 Christmas Vacation starts JANUAQY Vacation over Assembly Tr Armstrong Atna Chereb Pataskala there! 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Septemb P January Pre school registration for first graders F1rst day of school urade teachers meeting Assembly program' L1ck1ng County Teachers Dinner at Hebron County Student Council Meeting Ashley Ctherej October Teachers visitation day, school dismissed Homecoming, Summit Sunbury Ctherej P T A Mee n Granville lhere Parents visitation day County Student Council Meeting Assembly program Ut1ca therej November Hebron Ctherej Oh1o Central Teachers Meeting, school dismissed Assembly program, Bently Trio Richwood Cherej T A Fa P T A Meet ng Thanksgiving vacat1on County Student Counc11 Meeting December Etna fawayj Magazine campaign Crowell-Collier Homer Cawayl Thespian Play Our Hearts were Young And IIEkandr1a fhomej P T A Meet ng K1rkersv11le lawayl Summ1t Qawayl Last day of school 1n 1950 School resumes Granville lhomej Croton QHomej Ftna QHome Assembly program, Cole Marionettes P T A Meet ng Sunbury fawayl Utlca Chomej County Student Counc1l Meet1ng H1 Y Formal and Informal In1t1at1on Kirkersvllle fhomej Granville Cawayj February Jacksontown Qhome Hebron Qhomej 1 P T A Meet ng H1 Y Skating Party County Student Council Meeting March High School Operetta Assembly program Melody Four County Student Council Meeting April Assembly program, Holland Company Thesp'an play Thespian play Meet1ng Local Mus1c Festival Assembly program, Denison players Junior Banquet L1ck1ng County Honor Society Banquet Grade Operetta Senior exams Senior exams Baccalaureate Commencement Final exams School d1sm1ssed Students return for report cards Th1s page sponsored by Johnstown Bank 77 X 1 - . - 2 . 2 5 7 A 9 A J ll 10 ' 20 15 . . . 1 16 o 25 s 20 22 29 - 23 26 1 6 6 J 13 9 16 . . . t1 9 . . . 1 20 g 21 - 23 , 26 1 27 9 - 29 Freshman Halloween Party 19 P. 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