T1-IE 1945 AERIAL IS DEDICATED TO THE
BOYS AND GIRLS OF THE CLASS OF '45 WHO
ARE NOW SERVING OR WILL BE SERVING
IN THE ARMED FORCES OF OUR COUNTRY.
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Fiunii B. Biiiuziiilii-3Lii
Vriiicipnl uf Logan High Schuol
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Ohio Stntc Univcrsity
Supcriiitciidciil of Logan
BAR'I'Ii LL Ii 1'IAMIL'1'0N
B.S. in Education, Ivliaini
University, University of
Southern California. Instrucf
tor in American Literature,
Puhlic Speaking. Palyers'
Guild Advisor, Speech Cluh
Ixus M. Lowuiw
B.A., Ohio Wesleyziii Uni'
versity, M.A., Ohio State
University Instructor in
World I. .ory, Typewriting.
Senior Class Advisor.
A.B., Capital University,
M.A,, Ohio State University.
Instructor in English, Latin.
lunior Class Advisor, Latin
SARAH Rock HOLD
B.S., Miiinii University, M.S.,
Ohio State University. Inf
structor in Home Economics,
Supervisor of School Lunch'
B.S., Ohio University, Grad'
uatc Student, Ohio Univerf
sity. Instructor in Typewrit-
ing, Stenography. Junior
Class Advisor. Commercial
Tusculuin College, A,B.,
University of Tennessee, Inf
structor in Physical Educa'
tion, Coach of Athletics.
Ai.1r:i-. Gi-.Nrviiavia Pos'roN
B.A., B.S. in Education,
M.A., Ohio State University.
lnstructor in Biology, Gen-
eral Science. Aerial Advisor.
MARY E. EYERMAN
A.B., Capital University,
Graduate Student, Ohio
State University. Instructor
in Spanish and English.
Spanish Cluh Advisor. Girl
B.S., Ohio University, Grad'
uate Student, Ohio State Un-
iversity, Instructor in Mathe-
lVllNNlli L. Bowiarv
riculture. F.F.A. Advisor.
Bachelor School Music, Oh-
erlin College: M.A., Colum'
hia University. Music Super'
B.S., Ohio State University.
Instructor in Vocational Ag'
matics, Salesmanship. Aerial
WALTER M. HAAs
B.S., M.A., Ohio University.
Social Studies, Preflnduction
B.S., Duke University, Ohio
Northern University, Ohio
State University. Girls' Phys'
ical Education Instructor.
B.S., M.A., Capital Univerf
sity, Ohio State University.
lnstructor in Commercial
Arithmetic, Physics, Chemf
istry, Preflnduction Course.
B.S., M,A,, Ohio University.
lnstructor in Industrial Arts,
Social Sciences, Preflnducf
tion Course. Sophomore
SENIOR CLASS SONG-I945
Our school, when we will leave you,
We'll have our fond memories so true.
Yearning, to be returning,
To all the good times we had each day.
We must keep on the go,
Remembering all we know,
And give the world the hest that we know how,
So, friends, will you rememher
That the best will come back to you some day.
We know, there is no other
That we could love more than we love you.
Thinking, of you we're thinking,
That we do hate to he leaving you.
We have to leave you now,
And find our way somehow,
Into this mixedfup world that we now face,
But we will have our chins up
Because that's just what we learned from our school.
-fWords hy Marcia Holzapfel
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Parents, faculty members, and friends:
It is my very great privilege, on behalf of the class of 1945, to welcome you to
our commencement exercises. You, through your help and guidance, have made it
possible for us to graduate. We are deeply grateful to you, and we are happy to have
you here to witness our graduation.
We are graduating in a world which is still unsettled, but because of the sacriiice
and effort of many who have graduated before us, our future is bright. Armed with
the basic education which we gained here, we shall go forth to uphold the American
way of life and to strive for lasting world peace.
In closing, may I again express the gratitude of our hearts and again bid you,
e -Bob Stallsmith.
In this world everything that marks an end also marks a beginning. The end of
one day is the beginning of the next, the end of one task, the beginning of another.
So it is with our education. What we have learned at school, valuable as it is, is
only a beginning. The end of our school work means merely the commencement of
those experiences which will put to the test the principles we have learned.
Today means different things to each of us. To some it is the commencement of
higher educational workg to others it is the beginning of business life or home cares
or service in the Armed Forces. Many of our classmates have already heard the call
of duty and are now serving our country.
We go forth into a troubled world. Whether the world will be a better place
in which to live or not depends on us and on millions of other American youth who
are finishing their school days now. It will be a better world if we can achieve our
purpose which is to
"Ring out the false, ring in the true . .
Ring out the thousand wars of old,
Ring in the thousand years of peace . . .
Ring out the darkness Cf the land,
Ring in the Christ that is to be."
There are thousands who say it cannot be done. There are thousands who prophesy
failure. But we go forth to meet the challenge well equipped by you, our parents and
the members of the community who have made possible our education thus far, and
by you, the teachers who have guided and directed us these twelve years. To us has
been given freely that which great men in the past have obtained only with many
sacrifices and much labor, and we are deeply grateful.
As we say farewell to our schccl, it is with the hope that in the years to come
our names may reflect credit upon this school and community, and when we come to
the sunset of life, we may hear the words, "Well done."
Boa SM IT H
"A real friend and a sincere
Football 3, Student Council 3.
Voc. Ag. 2. lntramural Basket'
ball 2.3.4. HifY 4.
'lm not bashfulq just
Hi-Y, Football 4, Basketball
Z,3,4 QCaptain5, Band 2.3.4
fVice Pres.5, Latin Club Z.
"A King among his fellowfrnenf'
Hi'Y Club 3,4 fPres. 45, Aerial
Stall 3,4 fliditor 45, Student
Council 2, Basketball 3,4, Foot'
ball Trainer Z, lntramural Bas-
ketball 4 QChamp5, Glee Club Z.
"An all around athlete, scholar.
and good fellow."
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4,
Basketball 2,3,4 fCbamps 35,
Football Z,3,4 iCaptain 45, Class
Ofhcer 3,4 fTreas.5, All S.E.O.
Tackle 3,4, HifY 4.
President of Student Council
"He that hath patience may surf
Basketball 3,4, Latin Club I,
Spanish Club 3,4, Aerial Stall
3,4, HifY 4, Class Ofbccr 3
First Honor Student
'iCount that hour forever loxt
that sees no duty done."
Spanish Club 3,4 fSec. 45, Girl
Reserves 3,4, Library Club 13,4
iVice Pres. 45, Speech Club 4
fSec. 45, Girls' Glee Club Z,3,4,
Latin Club 2, Aerial Staff 4.
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Sccoml Honor Stunlrnt Fourth Honor Student
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Mu' lu lm Commercial Clulw 3,4, Girl Rc'
HIX 4, l,.ntin Clulw 1, Spanish scrvcs 3,-4, Student Council Z,
flulv 3,4 lllrcs. -H, Glcc Club Class Ulliccr 3 15091, Holnc
I l'rc-lntluulion Claw 4, Scliol' Economics Clulv 4 1Vicc Prcxj,
w Tcaun l. Aerial Stull 4, Band.
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'lliirnl Honor Stualcnt Filth Honor Student
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K X AA 23.4, Gulp CIW Club tlicrcfw mme so fine as xllcf'
' f,UlIIIlIl'l'L'lill Club 3.4, Play Girls' Glcc Clulw l,3,4, A Cup'
llny 1.3, Lzuin Club Z, lnlru- pcllzx Clmoir 2,3,4, Girl Reserves
mul ll llaiwkctlmll 2,3,4. 3.4, Aerial Stull 4, G.A.A. 2.3,-4,
Spcccli Clulw 3,4 fVicc Prcsj.
Sixth Honor Student
"Alum-x'x xniiling, game, and
4fH Club Z,3,-4.
Scvcntli Honor Student
"She xx moxt powerful who
Home Economics Club 4
lPrcs.j, Commercial Clulw 4,
4fH Club 2,3 fScc.'Trcus.j, 4
lljrcsj, Household Science Clulw
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"Better to be small and shine."
S eech Club 4, Library Club 2, G.A.A. 2,3, Glee
"She's often seen and as often heard."
Cheerleader 3,4, Girl Reserves 4, G.A.A. 3,4, In'
tramural Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Volley Ball
2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
"There's honesty, manhood, and good fellowship
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3,4, I'IifY 4, Boys'
Octette 4, A Cappella Choir 4, Players' Guild 4,
4-H Club 2,3,4.
MARY Io BROWN
"A good heart is worth gold."
Commercial Club 4, Home Economics Club 4, 4fH
Club, Intramural Basketball 2,3, Intramural Volley
Ball 2,3, Intramural Deck Tennis 2,3.
"Why should the Devil have all the good times?"
Hi'Y Club 4, Intramural Basketball 3,4, Football
"His heart is fixed."
F.F.A. Club 2,3,4, 4-H Club 1 year.
"Her stature tall-I hate a dumpy woman."
Girl Reserves 3,4, Home Economics Club 4, 4-H
Club 2,3, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Intramural
Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Volley Ball 2,3,4,
Girls' Glee Club 2,3.
"A most wonderful girl to know."
Intramural Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Basket'
ball 2,3,4, Intramural Volley Ball 2,3,4, Home Eco-
nomics Club 4, Commercial Club 4, 4-H Club 3,4,
Library Club 4.
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"Men of few words are the best men."
F.F.A. Club 2,3,4, 4-H Club l year.
"There is no fire without some smoke."
Hi-Y'fVice Pres.J 4, Aerial Staff, Glee Club, A
Cappella Choir, Boys' Octette, Speech Club 4.
"She is truly a worthwhile girl."
Intramural Volley Ball 4, Intramural Deck Tennis
4, 4fH Club 2.
WANDA JEAN BROWN
"1t's a sad heart that never rejoicesf'
Girl Reserves 2, Home Economics Club 4, Intraf
mural Basketball 2,3,4, Intramural Volley Ball 2,3,4,
Intramural Deck Tennis 2,3,4. -
"The mind and hand of an artist." ' '
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, Gfrls' Glee Club
2,3,4, A Cappella Choir 4, Library Club 4, Girl
Reserves 3,4, Aerial Stalf 4
"Not a word spoke she, more than was needed."
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3, Girl Reserves
3,4, Home Economics Club 4.
"Bu.bbling over with enthusiasm."
Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Badminton Club
3,4, Commercial Club 3,4, Play Day 3,4, Aerial
Staff 4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
"Oh Romeo! Wherefore art thou, Romeo?"
Girl Reserves 3,4, Girl's Glee Club 2,3,4, Library
Club 3, Home Economics Club 4, 4-H Club 2, Intra-
mural Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 3,4.
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"Who said, 'Beautiful but dumb'?"
Football Queen 4, Girl Reseryes 3,4 fPres.l 4,i
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Student Council 3, Aerial Stall 2,3.4,
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3,4.
"Blushing is the color of virtue."
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Badminton Club 2.
Band 2,3,4, Commercial Club 4, 4-H Club 2, Volley
Ball Champ 4.
"A sensible well-bred girl."
Band 2,3, A Ca pella Choir 3.4, Girl Reserves 3,4,
Speech Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2,'3,4.
Tom Hsxmnn 1
"Why should life all labor be?"
S eech Club 4, Hi-Y 4, Glee Club 3,4, A Cappella
Choir 3,4, Boys' Octette 4, Operetta 3.
'fShe has common sense in a way that is uncommon."
4-H Club 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
"An industrious girl who never shirks when duty
4fH Club 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 4, Intramural Basket'
"A frecklecl-face wonder."
"Too many words avail a man nothing."
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"She has a heart with 'room for every joy."
weeds Court, G.A.A. .2,3,4. Girl Reserves 34
Q ice Pres. 41, Commercial Club 3,4 fPres. 4j,
Glee Club 2,3, Play Day 2,3, Latin Club 2. . , ,
"Faithful ever is friendshiplr smilef' 3
Commercial Club 4, Girl Reserves 3,4, 'Student-5'
Council 4 fSec.l, Home Economics Club 4, Aerial
Smf 4, 4-H Club 2,s,4. a V
- Gsoacn HANNnn
"just calle me 'Zeke'." '
"Worry and I have never met."
Intramural Basketball 3.4, Speech Club 4. QQ
How sweet and fair she seems to be
Players' Guild 2.3.4. Girl Reserves 3.4, G.A.A
2.3,4 fTreas. 4l, Latin Club 2, Glee Club, OnefAct
Play 3, Play Day 2,3
Life is largely what we ma e it
Latin Club 2, A Cappella Choir 4, Girls' Glee'
Club 2,3,4, Speech Club 4. Vollev Ball Champs 4
Intramural Games 2,3,4, Library Club 2
Why waste precious hours with leisure?
Girls' Glee Club 2.3.4 A Cavnella Choir 2 3 4 Girl
Reserves 3.4 .G.A.A. 2 3 4 Home Economics Club
2,4, Players' Guild 2,3,4, Speech Club 4
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"Master of wit and wisdom."
Speech Club 4.
"A lady makes no noise."
Girl Reserves 4, Home Economics Club 4, 4'H Club
2,3,4 fPres.j, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4, Intra'
mural Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Volley Ball
" 'Tis good to be merry and wise."
Girls' Glee Club 2,3, A Cappella Choir 2,3, Bad'
minton Club 2, Girl Reserves 3,4 fTreas. 4l,
G.A.A. 2,3,4 lVice Pres. 4j, Latin Club 2, Play
BETTY Lou KARSHNER
"Why gentlemen prefer blondes."
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3, Household Science
Club 3, Badminton Club 2, Girls' Glee Club, Speech
Club 4, Play Day 2,3.
"Passessor ofa scientific mind."
Band 2,3,4, Boys' Glee Club 4. A Cappella Choir
4, Spanish Club 3,4, Interclass Basketball 2,3, Play-
ers' Guild 4, Speech Club 4.
MARY JANE LANNING
"What a voice, what a personality, what a girl!"
Girls' Glee Club 2.3,4, A Cappella 2,3,4. Plavers'
Guild 2.3.4. Girl Reserves 3,4, Student Council 3,
Speech Club 4, Octette 2,3,4.
EMMA IRAN LEMoN
"What were life, if love were gone?"
G.A.A. 2,3.4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Girls' Glee Club
2.3,4, A Cappella Choir 2,4, Commercial Club 4,
Operetta 3, Play Day 2,3.
"Sweet is the word for you."
Queen's Court 4, Spanish Club 4, Student Council
3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4 fSec. 4J, A Cappella Choir, Girl
Reserves 4, Players' Guild 2,3,4.
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"A tall, dark, romantic sort of fellow."
Student Council 2, Latin Club 2 lOihcerl, Spanish
Club 4, HifY 4.
"One of nature's masterpieces"
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, HifY 4, Intramural
Basketball 3,4 QChamp 3,4,.
"There's a little devil in her eyes."
Girls' Glee Club 2,3, Latin Club 2.
"Although there's trouble everywhere, she never
seems to have a care."
Girl Reserves 3,4, Commercial Club 4, Household
Science Club 3, Band 3, 4-H Club 2,3.
"I am wonderfully and fearfully made."
Band 2,3.4, Spanish Club 3,4, Boys' Glee Club 4,
A Cappella Choir 4, Players' Guild, Speech Club 4.
"To Bea or not to Bea!"
G.A.A. 2.3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4. Play Day 2,3,
Speech Club 4, One'Act Play 4, Players' Guild 4,
Library Club 2,4. .
"A son ofthe native soil."
F.F.A. 2,3,4, 4fH Club 2,3,4.
"Why smile when I say women delight me not?"
Football 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Players' Guild 4,
gov' Glee Club 3, Prerlnduction 4, Operetta 3,
"Her temper has nothing to do with her red hair."
Queen's Court, Student Council iVice Pres. 41,
Aerial Stall 4, G.A.A. 2,3 KPres. 41 QRecorder of
Pointsj, Girl Reserves 3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4,
Commercial Club 4.
"A friend to friends, how kind to all."
Intramural Deck Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural Basket-
ball 2,3,4. Intramural Volley Ball 2,3,4, Home Eco'
nomics Club 4, Commercial Club 4, 4-H Club 2,3.
"With valleys of eternal babble."
Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4, A Cappella Choir 2,3.4,
Octette 4, Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Spanish
Club 4, Speech Club 4.
"Always jolly, never sad."
Commercial Club 4, Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A.
2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3, 4'H Club 2,3, lntra'
mural Basketball 2,3,4, Play Day 3,4,
"Another flood of wordsg a very torrent!"
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Pla Day 3,
Speech Club 4, Band 2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4,
A Cappella 4.
"Of all my rnother's children, 1 love myself the best!"
A Cappella-Choir 3,4, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
Players Guild 4, S eech Club 4 fPres.J, Hi-Y Club
4, Aerial Staff 4, 8nefAct Play 4.
"There's little of the melancholy element in her."
Girls' Glee Club 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Play Day 2,3,4,
Girl Reserves 3, Library Club 2,3, Speech Club
fSec., Treas., Pres.j 4, Badminton Club 2.
"The world needs great minds, I am here."
Boys' Glee Club 3,4, Aerial Staff 4.
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"My idea of an agreeable person is one who
agrees with me."
Band 2,3, Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,-4, Players'
Guild 2,3,4, Three OnefAct Plays 2, Intramural
Basketball 2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3,
"Every jack must have his jill."
Hi-Y 4, Football 2, Basketball 2, Spanish Club 3,4,
Latin Club 2.
"By work, one knows the workmanf'
Speech Club 4, Spanish Club 3,4, Players' Guild 4,
Girl Reserves 3,4, Library Club 2,3,4, 4-H Club
2,3,4 fPres. 4j, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4
"A good brain is known by its fruits."
Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A. 3,4, Commercial Club 4,
Home Economics Club 4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3, 4-H
"True sincerity needs no witness."
Latin Club 2, Girl Reserves 3,4, Girls' Glee Club
2,3,-4, Band 2,3,4, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Badminton Club
2, Commercial Club 4.
"Only let me sleep."
Football 3, Intramural Basketball 3, Speech Club 4
fPres., Vice Pres., Seal.
"A hard worker and a dependable sort of lad."
4fH Club 2,3,4, F.F.A. 2.
"To be merry best becomes you."
Band 2,3,4, Commercial Club 4, Girl Reserves 4,
Household Science Club 3, G.A.A. 3.
"A flower that grows not in every garden."
Girls' Glee Club 3, Speech Club 4, Intramural
Basketball 2,3,4, Library Club 2,3,4 fPres. 41,
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Commercial Club 4.
"Contentmen: is better than riches." ,
G.A.A. 2,3, Girl Reserves 3,4, Commercial Club 4,
Girls' Glee Club 2,3.
"She has a rare virtue-dependability."
Queen's Court 4, Players' Guild 2,3,4 QVice Pres.
3,' Pres. 42, G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Aerial
gala 4, Student Council 1 lVice 'Pres.j, Spanish
- ARLENE SUMMERS
"As merry as the month of May."
Girl Reserves 3,4, Aerial Stall 4, Library Club 2,3,
4fH Club 2, Intramural Volley Ball 4, Intramural
Deck Tennis 3.
"A strong body eridureth much."
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4, A Cappella
Choir 3,4, Play Day 2,3, Spanish Club 4.
' "Her smile a volume doth contain."
Commercial Club 4, Library Club 2, Badminton
Club 2,3, Latin Club 2, Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
"The bold, bad man."
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 4, 4-H Club 2,3,4.
"What will not women dare."
Library Club 2,3, G.A.A. 2,3, Girl Reserves 4,
Players' Guild 4, S eech Club 4, 4'H Club 1,2,3,
Intramural Basketball 2,3,4 lChamps 31.
"Gore's gift to the ladies."
, "Her heart is as true as her name." .
Girl Reserves 3,4, G.A.A. 2,3, Speech Club 4,
Home Economics Club 4, Glee Club 2,3, Intramural
Deck Tennis 2,3, Intramural Basketball 2,3.
"Smile and the world smiles with you."
Band 2,3,4, Girls' Glee Club 2,3,4, A Caspella
Choir 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Players' Guil 3,4,
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Latin Club 2. .-W.
- "The best of things come in small packages."
Commercial Club 3,4 1Sec., Treas. -0, Home Eco'
nomics Club 4, Art 2.
"And when once the young heart of a maiden is
stolen, the maiden herself will steal after it soon."
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girl Reserves 3,4, Play Day 2,3,
ifseech Club 4, Players' Guild 4, One-Act Play 4,
ome Economics Cub 3,4.
"It is good to live and learn."
"Life is but a comedy: I have a leading part."
Queen's Court 4, Girl Reserves 3,4 lSec. 4j, Com-
mercial Club 3, Girls' Glee Club' 3, Speech Club 4,
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Play Day 2,3.
"Good temper is like a sunny day."
G.A.A. 4, Commercial Club 4 fVice' Pres.J, Girl
Reserves 4, Speech Club 4 fTreas.j, Drum Major-
ette 4. ' -
'Alt seems all a dream."
Band 2,3,4, Intramural Basketball 2
,3, Art 2.
"l never d7gu6,1lm always Wright."
4-H Club 3,4 fPres, 4j, Home Economics Club 4.
"A merry heart maketh a merry countenance."
'Something between a hindrance and a help."
Girls' "A" Glee Club 2,3,4, A Cappella Choir 4,
Boys' Glee Club 3,4, A Cappella Choir 3,4, Boys'
Octette 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Basketball 4, Latin Club
Z, Brass Sextette State l.
Girl Reserves 3,4, Operetta 3, Library Club 2,3,4
fTreas. 4j, Spanish Club 3,4, Intramural Games
Boys In Service
We, the class of nineteen hundred and fortyeiive, of the city of Logan, county
of Hocking, and state of Ohio, being of full age and possession of a sound mind and
memory, and having due legal authority to bestow these last few gifts upon our friends
and classmates, do make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament
hereby revoking any will or wills heretofore made by us.
FIRST: To the faculty we all wish to say, "Thanks," for the help they have
given us so willingly through all the years of our school life.
SECOND: To the juniors we give the best assembly seats, and also the honor
of being "top" students at Logan Senior High School next year.
THIRD: To the sophomores we leave the privilege OJ of entertaining next
FOURTH: To the freshman class we wish to give a glad welcome into senior
high school. May their experiences be as happy as ours have been, and may they gain
from our mistakes.
FIFTH: We do especially desire, that in these parting moments, the following
personal requests be granted:
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1. Jeanette Green leaves her "A" grades to Barbara Huls.
2. Kate Fox leaves her personality to Judy Buntz.
3. Carolyn Martin and Ned Krieg leave their high school romance to Buddy Magle and
4. Tom Roberts passes on his appreciated U71 wit to "Woody" Achauer. fA1though, he
needs no more.J
5. Joan Jurgensmier bequeaths all her excess height to Merton Van Curen. QWhat do
6. Bob Schmitter requests that Bob Stallsmith leave him at least part of his brain. fMr.
Schmitter is very tired of trying to get along on his own.j
7. Ray "Frankie" Carter leaves the care of the Haydenville girls and all his junior and
sophomore girl friends to Jack McQuade.
8 Dorothy "Got Your Bookkeeping?" Geiger leaves her ability in that subject to any one
in next year's class who appreciates such an ability.
9. Carol Robinett gives her "giddy" complex to Janice Barker, and hopes she will accept it.
10. Janet Sweazy bequeaths her habit of arriving at the last minute and all her tardy slips
to Lloyd Thomas. fHe really does all right on his own.J
ll. Pat Walsh leaves her never-ending chatter to Eleanor Francis, and hopes it breaks her
of the habit.
12. Calvin "Till" Pollock willingly turns over his Aerial books to Jimmy Graham. fPoor
13. Margee Ball and Lois Unger leave their fine cheerleading, and their pep to Judy Buntz,
Mona Mowery, Leah Lyke, Nancy Young, and Adaline Ru le.
14. Lucille Warner leaves her place at the head of the band to some lucky girl with plenty
of pep and strutting ability.
15. Bob King turns over the Aerial and HifY to Bob Armstrong.
16. Mary Mowery bequeaths her red hair to Mary Engle.
17. Jean Ann Prather gives her nice disposition to Mary Jean Francis. fEven though she
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18. Eleanor Cole requests that Joanne Loomis receive her artistic ability.
19. Fred Jacoby leaves the captaincy of the football team to "Buddy" Magle and Beeman
Mowery with wishes for the best of luck.
20. Mary Jane Lanning leaves her voice to MaryLou Coakley.
21. Jack Wolfe and Wilbur Lanning jointly leave their musical ability to Jimmy Rees.
22. Nancy Pond requests that her basketball spirit go to Mary Jo Adcock, and Nancy also
requests that she make good use of it.
23. Home room 23 wishes to leave to Miss Lowry's next year's home room the privilege of
annoying her to no end. We hope she didn't mind too much.
24. Last, we, the entire senior class, give our best wishes to the school for lots of good luck.
In witness thereof, we, the graduating class of 1945, do hereunto, affix our hand
and seal in the presence of the undersigned witnesses, at Logan, Ohio, this thirtieth
day of April, nineteen hundred and fortyffive. A
WITNESSES: Monica Ucker
Once more a golden year has rolled round
And we, on a last long voyage are bound.
For time has flown on, submerging our golden dreams,
Hiding them forever, underneath the streams
Of years, of days, of hours. Come let's explore
The darkening past, the years that've gone before.
And think of the day when first we lingered here.
Gone, yet not forgotten, we know not where,
Are those dear old days. But memory'll linger still
Of this dear old high school, high upon this hill.
Now to the class of '46, who are the next to go,
The class of 1945 would like to have you know
We wish you every happiness, few sorrows to make you sad.
May you never forget your dear old school and all your life be glad.
And as time rolls on, you dream of life and love,
May you always be guided by the Unseen Hand above.
Our years and our life pass and in the end alone
Each dream, each hope, and unremembered stone
Lie buried in time flowing onward, onward still,
As unknowing we confront the final hill.
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Breeman Mowery Roy Magle Bob Armstrong Dallas Heft
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
Let us look back over the pages of our book of life to our first six years of school.
Remember how enjoyable they were? We were at the height of our enjoyment when
we were in the sixth grade, for then we were the notables of grade school.
Next came our muchfdesired promotion into junior high school. How shocked
we were to discover that we, the pride of the grade schools, were considered mere
"babies" by the two upperclasses. Our bewilderment was increased by the new sub'
jects, many teachers, and the much harder curriculum. Hard work filled the school
hours, and almost before we knew it, we found that we had reached that seemingly
unattainable goal-we were freshmen.
A new chapter in our life was begun that year. Besides having our class enlarged
by the enrollment of rural and parochial students, we were permitted to elect class
officers. They were as follows: president, Philip Pond, vice president, Paul Prittsg
secretary, Danny Robinetteg treasurer, Mary Jo Adcock.
This year we were invited to the football and basketball dances. We closed our
freshman year with the annual freshman dance.
Both joy and sorrow were mingled when we found that the time had come to
turn over a new leaf by entering senior high school.
Soon we became engrossed in study and social events and became more self'
confident. This year we were invited to the JuniorfSenior Prom. Our sophomore
officers were as follows: president, Beeman Moweryg vice president, Woody Achuearg
secretary, Robert Armstrong, treasurer, Roy Magle.
At last we were juniors. This year our officers are: president, Beeman Moweryg
vice president, Roy Magleg secretary, Dallas Heftg treasurer, Bob Armstrong. We
have earned money during the school year by a turkeyfraffle at Thanksgiving and by
selling refreshments at the tournaments.
We again attended the football and basketball dances and closed our junior year
by entertaining the seniors at the annual juniorfSenior Prom.
The pages before us are clean and unmarred as we, the class of '46, look forward
to them. We hope our senior year will be as happy as the past. We know our last
chapter of learning will help us meet the challenge of our future life more fully pref
SCPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
ack Robinett Marilyn Jacoby Nancy Young Ned Myers
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
lt hardly seems possible that ten years of our school life have passed so rapidly.
The beginning of school life was very interestingg it was something entirely diff
Uur first six years were filled with fun, excitement, and happiness. Our lessons
were not difficult to master.
We were then ready to venture into junior high school. No one was accustomed
to the rules and regulations that each one was expected to observe. We found it was
not all play. As we gradually worked our way upward from year to year, our studies
became more diflicultg more interesting and more practical. Most of us were enthu-
siastic as we undertook new tasks. We soon adjusted ourselves to the new routine of
constantly changing classes. For the first time we were given the opportunity to elect
representatives for the Student Council.
In the eighth grade a medal was given to the student with the most excellent
achievement in history. Lois Inboden received this award.
As we acquired the name of freshmen we began our journey through our four
years in high school. In this year we got experience with the advanced subjects such
as Latin and algebra. We quickly made new friends with those students who entered
junior high for the first time.
We held our Hrst class meeting in that year and elected the following officers to
represent us through the term: president, Jack Robinetteg vice president, Eugenia
Weinrich, secretary, Tom Brown, treasurer, Tom Matheny.
A citizenship award was given to the ninth grade boy and girl who best exemf
plified the principles of good citizenship. The qualities considered in making these
awards were leadership, dependability, cooperation, patriotism, moral and personal
cleanliness. The students selected by the class as being most eligible to receive these
awards were Eugenia Weinrich and Bob Warner.
We had another new thrill when we became sophomores. We all enjoyed more
assemblies than we previously had. New subjects, such as plane geometry and biology,
entered our curriculum.
During this year we elected the following oflicers: president, jack Robinetteg vice
president, Marilyn Jacoby, secretary, Nancy Youngg treasurer, Ned Myers.
We were ovejoyed at attending the football and basketball dances. We were all
aware of the fact that our sophomore year was drawing to a close much too quickly.
We climaxed the year by attending the final dance with the juniors and seniors.
The juniors and seniors have set excellent examples before us. We sincerely hope
we can do equally as well in our next two years.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
jack Warner jim McLain Bernice Redd Jim Donaghue
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
We were first introduced to school in 1936. At first we were not certain we
would like it, but soon we learned to tolerate the bitter and enjoy the sweet.
It seemed that just as we became oldest in grade school, we found ourselves young'
est in junior High.
We went without mishap through seventh and eighth grades and now finally are
This year our class officers are: president, Jack Warner, vice president, James
Richard McLaing secretary, Bernice Redd, and treasurer, Jim Donaghue.
We attended the football, basketball and freshman dances. We have studied,
played, and, in our spare time, worked for Uncle Sam during this war year.
We have enjoyed being freshmen and, although we are anxious to be in Senior
High, we will be sorry to leave junior High and its happy associations.
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MISS HOLMES fRoom 321
fFourth Rowj Donald Bowers, Lee Hiles, Evelyn Pleak, Wayne Greene, Kathleen Bell, jack Glick,
Delmar Wilson, Charlotte Bownes.
fThird Row, Miss-Holmes, Bill Goodlive, Martha Allison, joe Ella Adcock, Ioan Thomas,
Lawrence Shaad, Joanne Spackey, Dora Locke.
QSecond Row, Loretta Shaw, Grace Shonk, Bill Coackley, Bernice Redd, Ralph Hernsworth,
Bonnie Brooks, jack Thomas.
fPirst Rowl Lou Ann Campbell, Jean Ann Marsh, Kenneth Mohler, Cherry Brown, Leroy
Phelps, Norma Starcher, Dick Leonard, Mary Bock.
MISS WEBB fRo0m 331 N
QThird Rowj Lowell Blum, Larry Crothers, jack Warner, Leland Bateman, Eddie Bodkins, Ray
Freeman, Donald Ansel, George Tucker.
1Second Rowj Miss Webb, Leota Pittman, Phyllis West, Rachael Yates, Opal Stump, Audrey
Lehman, Marilyn Brimner, Coramay Williams, Roberta Mohler.
lFirst Row, Patsy Proctor, Wanda Keels, Martha Sue Cruise, Mary Jean Beougher, Linda
Laiferty, Jeanine Spence, Julia Kuhn, Wilma Frazier, Betty May, Leland Conners.
' Miss GESLING qnoom soy
fThird Rowl Lillian Ringhiser, Mona Procter, Jim McLain, Jim Donahue, Bob Clark, John
Laierty, Rosemary Summers. .
fsecond Row, Shirley Brandon, Mary Ellen Pittman, Stanley Nutter, Ned Fickel, Betty Rose,
Judy Walsh, Lawrence Smith, Mary Lou Glick.
fFirst Rowj Miss Gesling, Keith Summers, jo Sue Shorr, Patty Stuart, Margaret Riddle, Mary
Richards, Deloris Norris, Betty Smith.
MR. ARMSTRONG fRoom 34D
fThird Rowj Marjorie Hartsock, Esther K'Miller, Amy Lou Harden, Dale Mowery, Walter
Wcstenharger, james Moore, Cecil Dye, Leroy Mace, Daniel Dotson.
QSecond Rowj Mr. Armstrong, Tom Rose, Carlcne Hood, Virgil Kuhn, Kenneth Ackers, Martha
Ann Larimer, Ralph Walker, Tom Robb, Bob Helber.
fFirst Rowj Barbara Stallsmith, Io Ann Heckert, Donna Belle Rhcinschcld, James Krantz, Mary
Kornmiller, Eugene Mowery, Betty Lou Risch, Martha Lehman, Dotte Hupp.
MISS ARMSTRONG CRoom 311
fThird Rowj Eugene Pratt, Leroy Mowery, Rudy Riggs, Doris Derr, Charles Peppers, Leonard
Pritts, junior Freeman, Gidion Sharb, Miss Armstrong.
fSecond Rowj Willard Dible, Wavealine Griffith, Emma Hankison, Charles Nixon, Letha Lou
Miller, Ruth Dolan, Thelma Hoke, june Woods, Vivian Witterkincl.
QFirst Rowj Wilma Brown, Dale Mason, Raymond Valmer, Bonnie Nixon, Devane Mundy,
Leona Flood, jean Frazier, Grace Corkney, George Meadows.
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fFirst Rowl Miss Poston, Aerial Advisor, Bob King, Editor, Glenn Mowery, Advertising Man-
ager: Dayton Schultheis, Aerial Advisor.
i Second Rowl Eleanor Cole, Art Editorg Judy Buntz, Junior Reporterg Arlene Summers, Typist:
Ilene Flood, Typistg Marilyn Jacoby, Sophomore Reporter: Mary Mowery, Girls Athletics
iThird Rowj Shirley Brandon, Freshman Reporter: Janet Struble, Society Editor, Jeanette Green,
Literary Editorg Jean Ann Prather, Literary Editorg Louise Lehman, Typistg Catherine Fox,
iFourth Rowj Tom Roberts, Feature Editor, Jim Graham, Assistant Business Manager, Harold
Heinlein, Assistant Advertising Managerg Fred Jacoby, Boys' Athletics Reporterg Bob
Armstrong, Assistant Editor, Bob Showalter, Photographer. .
HI-Y CLUB ,
Diclr Judy Fred J acoby' Earl Blake Bob Judy
Bob Stallsmith Harold Heinlein
Bob Smith Bob Armstrong
Lester Echart , Luther Brimner
Glen Mowery Tom Roberts
Seated: Beeman Mowery, Bob King, Harold Haas
'The HifY Club has as its purpose to create, maintain, and extend throughout the
school and community high standards of Christian character.
The activities of the club were printing programs for football games, cleaning
the stadium, distributing baskets at Thanksgiving, and other worthwhile projects.
The oicers were Bob King, president, Tom Brandt, vice presidentg Beeman
Mowery, secretary, Harold Haas, treasurerg Roy Magle, chaplain.
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Mary K'miller, Lcatha Poling.
fsecond Rowj Thelma Daubcnmire, Mary jane Campbell, Louis Green, Bob Clark, Betty Cooper,
J. Miller, Josephine Conrad.
fFirst Rowj j. Green, Vice Presidentg J. Glass, Secretary, Mrs. Blasius, Advisorg Daisy Smith,
President: A. Young, Treasurer.
fSecond Rowj L. Ringhiser, H. Mohler, T. Kienzle, B. Huls, Mason, A. Ruble, O. Wahl.
lThird Rowj P. Holcomb, E. Cole, N. Hanna, M. A. Moriarity, V. Becker, M. Brown, T.
fFourth Rowj S. Norris, H. Blum, M. A. Geiger, B. Lash, L. Blackstone, L. Miller, R. Proctor.
fFifth Rowj B. Mills, M. Bateman, I. Struble, G. johnson, M. J. Campbell, T. Daubenmire, P.
At the beginning of the school year in 1942, an urgent appeal was madc to the
students of Logan High School. In this appeal, Mr. Burchfleld asked for volunteers
to work in our library, therefore enabling the school to keep the library open. All
that was required of these students was a "B" average and a willingness to work and
learn. These requirements still stand today.
This year, under the guidance of Mrs. Blasius and the oilicers-Daisy Smith,
president, Jeanette Green, vice president, Judy Glass, secretary, and Audrey Young,
treasurer, the group continued its work in the library. The club presented an assembly
which featured Miss Evalan Fischer, the county librarian. Another item of interest
was the sponsoring of a poetry contest.
Today's members, numbering thirtyfsix, are extremely grateful to Mrs. Blasius
for her aid, without which, they could not have accomplished what they have.
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SR. HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
The Logan Senior High Student Council has again this year strived to maintain the
purpose of creating good citizenship, scholarship, character, and to promote all worthy
school activities among the student body.
Among the activities undertaken by the Student Council were the sponsoring of
the football and basketball dances. At these dances the football queen, "pin-up boy,"
and the "pin-up girl" were presented to the faculty and students.
The council has accomplished much by the fine cooperation of the students and
faculty. The council attempts to aid the students as a means of promoting good will
We sincerely hope that next year's Student Council will be as successful as the ones I ' T -'A
of the past.
President ...... ............. .... C a lvin Pollock
Vice President .... .......... . .. Mary Mowery
Secretary ...................... . . . . . . Norma Gleason
Treasurer Beeman Mowery
Seated: Beeman Mowery, Secretaryg Mr. Burchfield, Advisor: Mary Mowery, Vice President.
Standing: Danny Robinette, Bob Warner, Woody Achauer, Mary Jean Francis, Marilyn Jacoby,
Carolyn Martin, Virginia Brown.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
Seated: Jo Sue Shorr, Dale Mowery, H. E. Kirk, Advisor, Bill Goodlive, Dale Mason.
Standing: Nancy White, Marilyn Garverick, Betty Wright, Carol Clapp, Katherine Green, Jack
Smith, Bob Fisk, Lou Campbell, Linda Lafferty.
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fSecond Rowj Adaline Ruble, Nancy Pond, Carolyn Martin, Joanne Walker, Eleanor Francis, 4 1.3
fThird Rowj Helen Walsmith, Shirley Blum, Tom Roberts, Glenn Mowery, Wilbur Lanning, ji
Nancy Young, Mary Ann Moriarity. r
lFourth Rowj Jo-Anne Rhoades, Mildred Buslcirk, Sally Laiferty, Mary Ann Geiger, Jody Ogg,
Marcia Bberst. .iff
Do you like the glitter and hustle of an opening night? Does greasefpaint cast a H
magic spell over you? Do you enjoy being part of a team, and working with that team Q
to entertain others and to educate yourself?
Then Players' Guild, composed of fifty students who meet on the first and third Q,
Thursdays of each month to study stage technique, will interest you. ,jf
The members are chosen from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes on the if.,
basis of competitive voice and action tests. Miss Bartelle Hamilton is the sponsor, and -S ,1
this year's oicers are Janet Struble, president, Allen Adams, vice president, Barbara '
Huls, secretary, and Betty Bowers, treasurer. 5
QFirst Rowj Shirley Hutchison, Janet Sweazy, Mary Jane Lanning, Lois Unger, Bea Lash, Marie
Stone, Margaret Hanner. '
fSecond Rowj Maxine Nutter, Judy Glass, Marilyn Jacoby, Norma Jean Hanna, Janice Mason,
Virginia Brown, Mona Punk.
l'l'hird Rowj Luther Brimner, Harold Heinlein, Richard Bowers, Joe Walburn, Ned Krieg, Francis ' ig
O'Donnel, Sue Holl.
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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics Club, under the supervision of Miss Rockhold, is composed 1'
of girls enrolled in all Home Economics II clasess.
Meetings are held the second Thursday of the month.
The purpose of the club is the promotion of interests in the home, and the de' X 'l
velopment of leadership, personality, and social poise.
With funds that have been raised, the club has recently iinished a project of l
redecorating the first aid room and has added new equipment and supplies.
An assembly program featuring twentieth century costumes was given for the .
pleasure of the student body. '
fFirst Row, M. Lehman, News Reporter: G. Daubenmire, Treasurerg G. Konkler, President:
T. Schafer, Secretary, L. Lehman, Vice President.
lSecond Rowj S. Hutchinson, D. Fowler, L. Unger, M. I. Lanning, R. Collins, W. Swiclr, Miss
KThird Rowj J. Rhoades, W. Brown, D. Steele, K. Meadows, M. I. Brown, L. Wright. . ji
1 Fourth Rowj F. Schoor, D. Dalton, G. jones, D. Robb, T. Daubenmire, L. Newland.
Absent: C. Blake, N. Gleason, 1. Kanode. '
PRE INDUCTION CLASS
fFirst Rowj I. Wolf, L. Hughes, B. Showalter, D. Vollmer, R. Hupp.
lSecond Rowj Mr. Rittgers, B. Smith, G. Johnson, F. Harris, Mr. Haas.
Urhffa Rowj B. Wells, w. Lanning, B. staismafh, G. MOWCYY, E. Blake.
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BETTER SPEECH CLUBS
This year the two speech classes organized clubs for the purpose of putting into
actual practice some of the things learned as a part of their class work.
The morning class organized the Logan Senior High Oratorical Society for the
advancement of better speech and for practice in parliamentary procedure. The club
year was divided into three terms in order for as many as possible to have practice in
holding ofhce. The club programs made use of various phases of speech work. The
officers for the three terms were as follows:
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President, Ruth Risch Elmer Sanner Betty Sheeler
Vice President Elmer Sanner Tom Hammer Ruth Risch
Sec.fTreas. Betty Sheeler Tom Brandt Elmer Sanner
The afternoon speech club, The Loquacious Ones, was organized to promote and
maintain interest and skill in public speaking.
Business was transacted according to the rules of parliamentary procedure, a
subiect studied early in the year, and programs consisted of some phase of speech work
and correspondence with servicemen.
In February members of the club presented the oneeact play "Suppressed De-
sires" at the Nelsonville High School as an exchange assembly program. The play was
later given as an assembly here.
A onefact play "In White" was presented by the club for an assembly program
The officers elected were president, Tom Roberts, vice president, Fred Jacoby,
secretary, Jeannette Green, and trasurer, Lucille Warner.
fFirst Rowj Carol Robinette, Lucille Warner, Daisy Smith, Carolyn Martin, Joan Allberry, Betty
Sheeler, Pat Walsh, Miss Hamilton, Advisor.
lSecond Rowb Shirley Hutchison, Marcia Holzapfel, Nancy Pond, JofAnn Walker, Patty Green,
Dorothy Steele, Mary Jane Lanning.
fThird Row! Sally Laiferty, Jeanette Green, Jean Ann Prather, Betty Lou Karshner, Lois Unger,
Bea Lash, Janet Sweazy.
fFourth Rowj George Hanner, Ned Krieg. Fred Harris, Luther Brimner, Bob Johnston, Fred
Jacoby, Tom Roberts, Micheal Howdyshell.
The purpose of the Logan High Commercial Club is to promote interest in com-
mercial subjects and prepare its members for elliciency in the business world.
The club is composed of seniors of the commercial department and those juniors
who have a "B" average at the end of the first semester. The meetings are held on
the third Tuesday of each month.
The club advisors are Miss Iris Lowry and Miss Monica Ucker.
The ofhcers are Dorothy Geiger, presidentg Lucille Warner, vice president, and
Wilma Swick, secretary-treasurer.
QFirst Rowl Miss Lowery, Advisor: Dorothy Geiger, President: Lucille Warner, Vice President:
Wilma Swick, Secretary'Treasurer: Miss Ucker, Advisor.
fSecond Rowj Agnes Krannitz, Emma Jean Lemon, Mary Jean Francis, Ilene Flood, Betty Bowers,
Daisy Smith, Dorothy Tipton, Dottie Phillips.
QThird Rowj Louise Wright, Juanita Hammond, Winona Frazier, Alice Snider, Mary Jo Brown,
Shirley Blum, Arlene Summers, Mary Mowery.
fF0urth Rowj Louise Lehman, Dorothy Robb, Lovena Newland, Thelma Daubenmire, Gertriide
Konkler, Martha Sheets, Judy Buntz, Pattie Heft.
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The Spanish club was organized for the purpose of promoting more interest in
and knowledge of the language, life, and literature of the Spanish-speaking countries.
All members of the secondfyear Spanish class automatically become members of
the club, and members of the first-year class who have a "B" average for the first
semester are eligible for membership.
Those elected to serve as oflicers this year are the following: president, Bob Stall'
smithg vice president, Jean Ann Prather, secretary, Jeanette Green, treasurer, Fred
QFirst Rowj Fred Jacoby, Treasurerg Jeanette Green, Secretary, Miss Eyerman, Advisor, Bob
Stallsmith, President: Jean Ann Prather, Vice President.
fSecond Rowj Janet Struble, Barbara Huls, Audrey Young, Eleanor Cole, Nancy Pond, Carolyn
Martin, Kate Fox, Shirley Taylor.
fThird Rowl Wilbur Lanning, Ned Krieg, Bob Judy, Dick Judy, Luther Brimner, Clarence
Walker, Leroy Beougher.
The names chosen by the 1944-45 Latin club was Amici Latiinae lFriends of
Latinj, and the motto chosen was Latina Reducit QLatin Returnsj.
The club was established for the purpose of creating a keener interest in foreign
language and of bringing the pupils to a better appreciation of Latin and a closer un-
derstanding of other civilizations. This is necessary for a clear understanding of our
One of the highlights of the Latin Club was a combined meeting of the freshman
and sophomore Latin classes. This meeting was held in celebration of Ohio Latin
Week, March 11'17.
Officers this year were Gee Gee Weinrich, president, Nancy Young, vice presi-
dent, Ned Myers, secretaryftreasurerg and Adaline Ruble, news reporter.
lFirst Rowl Adaline Ruble, Ned Myers, Miss Frasch, Advisor, Gee Gee Weinrich, Nancy Young.
lSecond Rowj Franklin Maze, Bob Warner, Dick Holl, Stanley Soliday, Jody Ogg, Jean Leach,
Judy Glass, Mary Ann Geiger.
fFirst Rowj Catherine Fox, President: Dorothy Geiger, Vice President, Miss Eyerman, Advisor,
joan jurgensmire, Treasurer, Pat Walsh, Secretary.
fSecond Rowj Carol Robinette, Emma jean Lemon, Donna Fowler, Agnes Krannitz, Shirley
Hutchison, Janet Sweazy, Patty Green, Sue Holl.
1Third Rowj Lucille Warner, Ilene Flood, Nancy Pond, Carolyn Martin, Mary Jane Lanning,
Eleanor Cole, Gertrude jones, Dorothy Robb.
fFourth Rowj janet Struble, Jeanette Green, Dorothy Steele, Wanda Brown, Louise Lehman,
Jean Ann Prather, Margee Ball, Dorothy Dalton.
THE L. H. S. GIRL RESERVES
The Girl Reserves, which is a high school branch of the Y. W. C. A., has as its
purpose to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school high morals, high scholf
astic standing, and the standard of Christian character.
The symbol of the Girl Reserves is a triangle within a circle. The triangle repre-
sents the individual club member, the circle, the world in which she lives.
The Girl Reserves contributed to the needy at Christmas time. They also had a
tea for the mothers and friends of the members of the club when the new members
were formally taken into the circle. Pencils with the basketball schedule on them were
sold to raise money for the club.
Membership includes juniors and seniors.
fFirst Rowj JoAnn Ohlinger, Mona Mowery, Eleanor Francis, Leah Lyke, Patti Heft, Patty
Timberlake, jackie Beal, Mary jo Adcock.
lSecond Row, Catherine Kessler, Judy Buntz, Martha Sheets, Mary jane Campbell, Francis
Tipton, Shirley Blum, Margaret Brown, Mary Lou Coakley.
fThird Rowj Martha Loomis, Helen Walsmith, Bertie Hite, Retha McDonald, Mary Mowery,
Bea Lash, Lois Unger, Arlene Summers, Maxene Nutter.
fFirst Rowj Mary Lou Hartman, Elaine Dolan, Barbara Huls, Maxine Lehman, Mary jean
Francis, Theresa Shafer, Ruth Collins, Winona Freasure.
fSecond Rowj Marie Stone, Ioan St. Clair, Delores Fuller, Amy Jo Littlejohn, Eloise Stimmel,
Audrey Young, Dottie Phillips.
fThird Row, Ruth Ann Norris, Ianice Barker, Sally Lafferty, Florence Schorr, Irene Struble, Jo
Ann Walker, Irene Carr, Ioan Ucker.
fFourth Rowj Donald Bowers, Dan Dotson, Martha Allison, Jim Donahue, Amy Lou Harden, Bob
Clark, Rudy Riggs, Judy Walsh, Dale Mowery.
fThird Rowj Jim McLain, Martha Larimer, Bonnie Brooks, Jack Warner, Wayne Greene,
Wilma Frazier, Dora Jo Locke, Marilyn Brimner, Marjorie Hartsock, Joan Thomas, Miss
QSecond Rowj Ned Fickel, Kenneth Ackers, Leona Flood, Emma Hankison, Loretta Shaw, Julia
Kuhn, Leroy Mowery, Betty Lou Risch, Dottie Hupp, Stanley Nutter.
fFirst Rowj Bernice Redd, Keith Summers, Joanne Heckart, Imogene Frazier, Dale Mason, Lou
Ann Campbell, Dick Lconard, Barbara Stallsmith, Willard Dieble, Norma Starcher.
fFourth Rowl Miss Holmes, Advisor, Martha Lehman, June Woods, Vivian Whittekind, Letha
Lou Miller, Rosemary Summers, Junior Freeman, Joe Ella Adcock, Ray Freeman.
fThird Row, Lee Hiles, Donna Belle Rheinscheld, Lawrence Shaad, Roberta Mohler, Charlotte
Bownes, Joann Spacky, John Lailerty, Ruth Dolan, Patty Stewart, Margaret Riddle.
QSecond Rowj Shirley Brandon, Jack Thomas, Grace Shonk, Bill Goodlive, Cora May Williams,
Kathleen Bell, Jo Sue Schorr, Lowell Blum, Linda Lnilerty.
fFirst Row! Leonard Pritts, Martha Sue Cruise, Wilma Brown, Mary Kornmiller, LeRoy Phelps,
Jeanine Spence, Dolores Norris, James Krannitz, Betty Smith, Mary Lou Gleck.
JUNIOR G. A. A.
The Junior Girls' Athletic Association was organized by the girls' physical
education instructor, Miss Joan Gesling. The purpose of this club is to establish ath'
Ietics in order to secure good physical health.
There is a membership of forty in the club. The goal for which each girl strives
is the numeral for which she must have earned three hundred points. Points are earned
by bowling, bicycling, swimming, and other such activities.
This year the members enjoyed a Christmas party at junior high school. On an-
other occasion they all hiked to a neghboring hill.
The officers elected for this year are as follows: president, Jo Sue Schoorg vice
president, Roberta Mohler, secretary, Donna Rheinscheldg treasurer, Betty Lou Risch.
fFifth Rowj Sally Ford, Shirley Larimer, Mary Margaret Myers, Martha Keck, Barbara Mauk,
Betty Rose, Joe Ella Adcock, Dora Jo Lock, Joan Thomas.
fFourth Rowj Mary Ann Beougher, Doris Blosser, Marilyn Brimner, Joan Spackey, Kathleen
Bell, Kate Davis, Marjorie Wells, Carol Summers.
fThird Rowl Imogene Frazier, Delores Norris, Emma Hankison, Earline Hood, Mary Jo Gordon
Donna Struble, Miriam ws, Nancy Perkins, Louise Ellis.
fSecond Rowj Jeanine Spence, Bernice Redd, Barbara Stallsmith, Shirley Brandon, Donna Dalton,
Carol Dyer, Mary Richards, Betty Smith, Anita Columber, Mary Conkle.
fFirst Rowj Betty Lou Risch, Jo Sue Shorr, Coramay Williams, Roberta Mohler, Donna Belle
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fFirst Row, Harold Nihiser, Clyde Allbery, Hal Brown, Max Carpenter, David Inboden, Mr.
Q Second Row, Delmer Wilson, George Meadows, Ralph Walker, Jack North, Virgil Kuhn, Ralph
fThird Rowj Harles Inboden, Marion Cecil, Junior Henderson, Gideon Sharb, Robert Helber.
lFourth Rowj- jack Glick, Malcolm Dollmatsch, Merl McCune, Harlan Walker, Jay Brown.
LOGAN HIGH BAND
fFirst Rowj Margee Phillips, Lucille Warner, Shirley Blum, Donna Belle Rheinscheld, Leland
Williams, Marilyn Green, Roberta Mohler, Carol Robinette, Peggy Sanderson, Kent Holmes,
Myrl Blum, Wilma Brown, Rose Sinnott. Q
lSecond Row, Maxine Sinnott, Marilyn Garverick, Janice Barker, Bob Wells, Marie Stone, janet
Sweazy, Winona Frazier, jack Thomas, Marcia Taylor, Clarabelle Remple.
QThird Rowl james Gilbert, Shirley Larimer, Martha Sheets, Ned Krieg, jack Wolfe, Wilbur
Lanning, Jim Rees, George Hanner, Patti Timberlake, Mary Io Adcock, Ruth Ann Norris.
Ulourth Rowj Bernice Redd, Dick Holl, Earl Blake, Malcolm Dollmatsch, Paul Hunsaker, Harold
" Haas, Lee Hiles, Jacqueline Beall, Betty Risch. '
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fFirst Row, Emogene Lemon, Eugenia Weinrich, Judy Buntz, Leah Lyke, Mona Mowery, Mary
Lou Coaltley. .
1 Second Rowj Miss Bowen, Betty Bowers, Sally Lalferty, Betty Wolfe, Janice Mason.
fThird Rowl Don Wells, Dallas Heft, Philip Pond, Harold Heinlein, Harold Haas, Glen
lFirst Rowj Marie Stone, Carol Robinette, Joan St. Clair, Retha McDonald, Jacqueline Beall,
Frances Tipton. -
lSecond Row, Ruth Ann Norris, Janice Barker, Jody Ogg- Nancy Young, Joann Rhoades, Helen
QThird Rowl Jack Wolfe, Wilbur Lanning, Woody Achauer, Jim Rees, Richard Bowers, Joe
Walburn, Luther Brimner. .
QFirst Rowl Helen Blum, Regina Proctor, Carolyn Martin, Nancy Pond, Marcia Hozalphel,
Qsecond Rowj Janet Sweazy, Shirley Taylor, Audrey Young, Jean Ann Prather, Patty Green,
Mary Jane Lanning, Eleanor Cole.
fThird Rowj Bob Wamer, Beeman Mowery, Ned Meyers, Merton VanCuren, Robert Emrick,
Ned Krieg, Tom Roberts. A
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-FA Group
fFirst Rowl Vivian Harble, Helen Blum, Marie Stone, Regina Proctor, Marilyn Jacoby, Ann
Phillips, Betty Wolfe.
1Second Rowj Jacqueline Beall, Ruth Ann Norris, Janice Barker, Janice Mason, Eugenia
Weinrich, Dottie Windsor, Faye Beery, Violet Becker. A
QThird Rowj Joan Rhoades, Sally Laiferty, Jody Ogg, Nancy Young, Jane Ann Roberts, Norma
McMillan, Lois Imboden.
1First Rowj Carolyn Martin, Bmogene Lemon, Mona Mowery, Carol Robinette, Marcia Hozalphel,
Shirley Hutchison, Janet Sweazy, Mary Jean Francis.
1 Second Rowj Nancy Pond, Mary Lou Coakley, Leah Lyke, Judy Buntz, Audrey Young, Eleanor
Cole, Mary Jane Lanning, Joan St. Clair.
fThird Row, Dorothy Scott, Shirley Taylor, Patti Timberlake, Bertie Hite, Jean Ann Prather,
Retha McDonald, Betty Bowers, Miss Bowen.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-B Group
1 First Rowj Mary Lou Hartman, Harriet Mohler, Theresa Kienzle, Mona Funk, Virginia Brown,
Margee Phillips, Ilene Flood.
QSec0nd Rowl Martha Miller, Margaret Hanner, Ocean Tucker, Ora Holcomb, Donna Fowler,
Jean Haddox, Betty Dawson, Miss Bowen. -
1Third Rowj Frieda Campbell, Alice Casto, Juanita Hammond, Delores Fuller, Mary Mowery,
Joan Ohlinger, Margaret Brown.
fFourth Rowj Mildred Buskirk, Jeanette Green, Marjorie Bateman, Frances Freeman, Josephine
Conrad, Eileen Reed, Helen Walsmith.
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1First Rowj jim Rees, Ned Krieg, Wilbiir Lanriing, Harold Haus, Luther Brimner, Paul Hunsuker,
fSecond Rowj jim Shaw, Robert Emrick, Louis Green, Bob Showalter, joe Wzilbiirn, Glen
Hemsworth. Lester Eckhart.
fThird Rowl Richard Auker, Beeman Mowery, Bob Schmitter, Bob Parry, Leonard Kinnison,
-luck Wolfe, Bob Jewell.
fFirst Rowj Tom Brown, Earl Hicks, jim Cole, Stanley Soliday, Harold Blackstone, Woody
Achauer, Albert Shannon.
fSecond Rowj jean Ann Prather, Bob Warner, Dallas Heft, David Bell, Phil Pond, jim Lehman
flhird Rowj Harold Heinlein, Dick Holl, john McBroom, Ned Myers, Merton Vanfluren, Don
Wells, Miss Bowen.
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'44 FOOTBALL TEAM
EARL BLAKE, End-Although this was Earl's first year on the squad, he played
very well. He was on the receiving end of many passes and this made him a threat
to the opposition all of the time. He played halfback on defense and could really cover
his man. Since Earl is a senior, he will be missed very much next year.
RAY CARTER, Guard-Ray was a speedy, scrappy guard who caused his oppof
nents much worry during a game. He was hard to mousetrap because of his strength
and ability to diagnose plays. Ray is a twofyear letterman at left guard and his shoes
will be hard to fill next year.
JOHN CLARK, Guard-Johnny played with as much spirit and enthusiasm as
any other player on the team this year, although light and new to the game, he played
a good brand of football. Only a junior this year, Johnny will be back next year to
capably fill the guard position vacated by Carter's graduation.
PAUL CONRAD, End-Paul was under the handicap of living up to his brothf
er's reputation, but he did this in fine style by playing "heads up" football all season.
Paul excelled in his fine defensive play at end and was awarded a position as end on
the AllfSoutheastern second team. If Uncle Sam doesn't interfere, Paul will be one
of Coach Armstrong's mainstays next year.
DALLAS HEFT, Halfback-Dallas was hurt during the middle of the season,
but came right back righting. His specialty was a reverse play from which he consist'
ently gained yardage. He had fine cooperation and team spirit and was a good blocker.
Dallas is only a junior and will be back next year for another season of football on the
FRED JACOBY, Tackle fCaptainj-Fred's specialty was in the kick off and ex'
tra point tries, but he was equally good on the offensive and defensive. He was selected
as a tackle on the All-Southeastern first team for the second straight year which shows
his worth to the team. Since Fred is a senior this year and will graduate, he will leave
a big gap at his tackle position to be filled next year.
ROY MAGLE, Halfback fCofCaptain Electl-"Bud" was the leading scorer on
the team and he specialized in ripping enemy lines and slicing around ends. Being
shifted from end, where he was outstanding last year, "Bud" developed very fast and
was one of the outstanding players in the league. He was selected as fullback on the
AllfSoutheastern second team, and with another year to go should blossom into a real
BEEMAN MOWERY, Fullback fCofCaptain Electl-Beeman was shifted from
guard to fullback this year and was one of the best line plungers in the league. He
backed up the line and was one of the surest and hardest hitting tacklers we had and,
when on offense, his blocking was vicious. Since the end of the football season, Beeman
has been accepted for the Armed Services, and Logan will lose one of its most capable
players. He will be very hard to replace next year.
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GLENN MOWERY, Quarterback-Much of the success of the team can be
accredited to Glenn for his good job of calling signals. He was the blocking back and
he cleared the way for the ball carriers. Coach Armstrong will have a difficult task
when he tries to find a player to ill the vacancy left by Glenn's graduation.
BOB SCHMITTER, Guard-Bob played offensive right guard and backed up
the line on defense. His main specialty is defense, but he also opens holes in opposing
lines and can tackle as swiftly and surely as any backerfupper. Bob was selected as
guard on the AllfSoutheastern second team for the second straight year which speaks
for his ability as a player. He will be welcomed back very much next year by Coach
BOB SHEELER, Center-A little fellow as football players go these days-
weighing only one hundred and twelve pounds and standing fiveffour-Sheeler gave
all he had and proved to be one of our best players. "Red" was selected as center on
the AllfSoutheastern second team and, since he is only a junior, he will be back for
another year of the pigskin sport at L. H. S.
BILL STEWART, Tackle-This hardfcharging tackle was constantly in the
opposing backfield making life miserable for his opponents. He piled up interference
and was fast enough to race down field to cover punts. Since the football season has
ended, Bill has moved to Lancaster and his departure will leave a big gap in the for-
ward wall to fill.
ALBERT WILSON, Tackle-"Abe" was a big and tough tackle. Although he
was not in the starting line-up all the time, he saw plenty of service and made a good
showing when he was in there. He was quite capable of playing either tackle and this
made him all the more valuable to the team. After the close of the football season,
Albert left for the Navy. He will be greatly missed on the team next year.
DATE TEAM THEY
Sept. 15 ..... . Boys' Industrial School 0
Sept. 22 ..... .... C haunceyfDover ....... . 14
Sept. 29 ..... .... P omeroy"' ........ 6
Oct. 6 .... At Gallipolis' . . 6
Oct. 13 .... At Wellston' . . . 0
Oct. 20 .... Middleport"' .... 0
At Jackson' .. 12
Nov. 3. . . .... Nelsonville' . . . . 6
Nov. 10 ..... .... A t Athens' .... 18
Nov. 17 ..... .... L ancaster .... 21
TOTAL .... ...... . . . 126 83
'Denotes League Games.
1. ATHENS 3. POMEROY 5. GALLIPOLIS 7. WELLSTON
2. LOGAN 4. JACKSON 6. MIDDLEPORT 8. NELSONVILLE
In the opening game of the 1944 season, the Chieftains scored a hardfearned
12fO victory over a promising Boys' Industrial School. Logan played a good defensive,
and made two short scoring thrusts for their margin of victory.
In the second game, a big ChaunceyfDover eleven proved to be too tough, and
the Chieftains bowed to them by the score of 14f7. Chauncey countered on a three-
yard pass and on a sixtyfeightfyard run. Logan scored on a iifteenfyard pass to Magle.
I.ogan's passing game looked good, but Chauncey had too much speed for the Chief'
In the first league game, the Chieftains scored a thrilling 9-6 victory over a
rugged Pomeroy team. Logan scored on a fifty-ninefyard drive after taking the kickfoff
at the beginning of the second half, and got two more points when Pomeroy's punter,
trying to punt from behind his own goal line, stepped out of the end zone for an
automatic safety. Pomeroy scored on a freak fumble for its only score of the game.
After making the long trip to Gallipolis, the Chieftains came home with a 14-6
victory over the Blue Devils. The Blue Devils drew first blood, scoring on a thirty'
fourfyard pass. Logan came right back to score on a liftyfyard drive, and was ahead
7f6 at halfftime. The Chieftains completely outplayed Gallipolis in the second half
and went on to win 14f6.
Logan scored a hardfearned 7fO victory over the Wellston Golden-Rockets in a
driving rain. The game, which was played at Wellston, was played in an ocean of
mud and water. The Chieftains dominated play in the first half, and were within the
Rocket's ten-yard line three times but were unableto score. It took a blocked punt by
Beeman Mowery in the last three minutes of the game to bring a Logan victory. It
was I..ogan's third straight league win.
Logan kept its winning streak intact by defeating Middleporc on the home field
26f0 for the fourth straight league win. The game was played in a cold drizzling rain
before a small crowd. The victory was decisive as Logan piled up a 19f0 lead at the
half, and then coasted the rest of the way for the win.
The jackson Ironmen came from behind to score a 12f7 win over the Chieftains
minute of play. In a hard fought game at Jackson the Ironmen blocked
a login punt and scored the winning touchdown with only 'fifteen seconds left in
the game. jackson scored first, but the Chieftains came right back to score on a pass
and go ahead 7f6, only to see their lead melt away. A
Logan scored its fifth league victory at the expense of the Nelsonville Greyhounds,
25-6. The Greyhounds proved to be plenty scrappy the first half and led 6-0 at the
half. This lead did not last long, however, as the Chieftains came storming back to win.
The Athens Bulldogs capitalized on the breaks, and by doing this, came out ahead
of a fighting Chieftain eleven, 18f6. Athens scored twice early in the game, and then
held on as the Chieftains came Eghting back to score a touchdown and cut the score
to 12f6. But Athens' speed told the tale as the Bulldogs annexed their second straight
S. B. O. league championship with Logan inishing in second place for the second
straight year. A
In the last game of the season, a much heavier Lancaster team outdistanced the
Logan Chieftains to win 2143. Lancaster did not win without a struggle, however,
as the Chieftains fought back gamely against their heavier opponents.
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Logan's 194445 basketball team may be termed a "blow hotfblow cold" team.
In the first round in the league, Logan won four games and lost three, in the second
round, our team won five out of seven games and took second place in the league with
a record of 9f5.
Wheii the season began, we had only three lcttermen returning from the previous
year. Two other lcttermen had entered the Armed Forces and one had moved from
Had the Chieftains been able to play better ball at the beginning of the season,
the picture would have been much brighter.
In the tournament, the same jinx that has stopped Logan so many times came up
again, and, consequently, we lost to Lancaster, who won the district crown from
Next season looks bright with five lcttermen returning and some good material
from this year's reserve team to back them up.
We seniors want to wish the 194946 basketball team a lot of good luck.
EARL BLAKE, Forward, fCaptainJgEarl was captain of the basketball team
this year. He was a good rebound man, taking many rebounds off the offensive and
defensive bankboards. Earl's specialty was a onefhand push shot around the foul lane.
Blake is a senior this year and his forward spot will be left vacant by his graduation.
JOHN MCBROOM, Forward-Johnny was only a sophomore this year, but he
proved to be one of Logan's best shotmakers. He was a good set shot and equally as
good on a onefhand push shot. john was not so aggressive but, with the valuable
experience he gained this year, his future should be very bright for his following two
years on the hilltop cage floor.
BUD MAGLE, Center-Bud was our leading pointfmaker and a member of the
AllfS. E. O. second team. His most effective shot was a twofhand jump shot from
which he scored consistently. Bud was a tough man on rebounds too. Since he is only
a junior, he will be back next year for another round of competition.
CALVIN POLLOCK, Center-This was Calvin's first year on the varsity team,
but he showed up well on both defensive and aggressive playing. He was best at getting
rebounds off the bankboard. "Till" is a senior this year and will be lost to the team
by graduation. Good luck, Till. t
PAUL CONRAD, Forwo'rdfPaul was only on the second team this year, but
he was in fighting every minute he could. He showed a lot of spirit and was a good
ball handler and passer. He was best on the defense as he covered his man well. Paul
will be lost to next year's team since he will probably be inducted into the Armed
BOB SGHMITTER, Guard-"Ewal" was full of fight and was a very aggressive
player. Bob was a good rebound man, and he was equally good as a defensive player.
Bob is another junior on the team this year and, with the experience gained this year,
should be a valuable asset to the team next year.
FRED JACOBY, GuavdeEred was a boy who could play any position on the
team, but he regularly held the guard position. He was a good player on rebounds
and a steadying influence to the rest of the team. A two letterman and a senior this
year, his shoes will be hard for Coach Armstrong to fill next year.
GLENN MOWERY, Guard-Although Glenn did not play all the time, he was a
steady replacement for the first team. He was a guard and excelled in his defensive
play, although he oould score points as well. Glenn is another senior, and his absence
will be keenly felt next year.
DAVE BELL, Forward-For a sophomore, "Doc" saw plenty of action this year.
He was an aggressive player and was always in there pitching all the way. His best
shot was a onefhand shot from the side court. "Doc" will be back next year to try
to take over one of the positions left by the three seniors on this year's team.
BEEMAN MOWERY, Forward--Beeman played forward, but was also one of
our better defensive players. A very good team player, he gave all he had when he
was in the game. Beeman is a junior this year but will be lost to next year's team
because he has been' accepted for the Armed Services. Good luck, Beeman!
BOB WARNER, Guard-Bob is another sophomore who gained valuable ex-
perience this year. Bob was a good defensive player and could also score his share of
points as a guard. He was a hard fighter and an aggressive type of player. With two
more years to play, Bob should make an outstanding member of the team.
Logan .............. McArthur ....... ......... 2 5' 32
Logan ..... .... M iddleport 2 3 1 8
Logan ..... . . Nelsonville 28 31
Logan ..... . . Alumni . 26 36
Logan ..... .... J ackson 52 48 fovertime
Logan ..... . . Gallipolis 45 27
Logan ..... . . Wellston 47 36
Logan ..... .... M cArthur 34 51
Logan ..... . . Pomeroy 33 45
Logan ..... . . Athens . 30 36
Logan ..... . . Middleport 46 1 9
Logan ..... . . Nelsonville 54 33
Logan ..... . . Jackson . 5 5 41
Logan ..... .... G allipolis 5 4 36
Logan ..... . . Wellston 45 61
Logan ..... .... P omeroy . . . 41 27
Logan ..... .... A thens . . . . . 34 43
CLASS "A" TOURNAMENT AT ATHENS
Logan ...... 1 Athens .... O fForfeitJ
Logan ...... 28 Lancaster . .42 l'
FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
2. LOGAN, POMEROY, WELLSTON ftiedj
4. GALLIPOLIS, NELSONVILLE Qtiedj
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FGOTBALL DANCE AND THE CROWNING
OF THE GRIDIRON QUEEN
With a background of football supermen in cardboard, and purple and white
streamers forming a false ceiling over the dance floor, the annual Football Frolic was
held on December 1.
The dimmed lights and the music played by Wilbur Warren Lanning's orchestra
made many a senior realize that it was the last high school football dance that he would
At nine-thirty the dancing stopped. A fanfare of trumpets played while Cather'
ine Fox, the queen, entered with her five attendants following. Corsages were then
presented to the queen and her attendants, Mary Mowery, Carolyn Martin, Dorothy
Geiger, Janet Struble, and Pat Walsh, by Calvin Pollock, president of the Student
The rest of the program was very entertaining. Those participating in the prof
gram were Jim Rees, Jack Wolfe, Mary Jane Lanning, Tom Roberts, Woody Achauer,
and Bob Warner.
Fred Jacoby presented next year's football co-captains, Bud Magle and Beeman
After the program the queen and her attendants had a special dance with the
senior football players. Then there was an intermission, after which the dancing was
The annual basketball dance, sponsored by the Student Council, was held April
13, 1945, in the Logan Senior High School auditorium in honor of the senior high
The auditorium was attractively decorated with pastel colors forming a false
ceiling, and for the background, a cardboard Indian brave, with his bow, was shooting
arrows which bore the names of this year's basketball players on them.
Acting as mistress of ceremonies, Mary Mowery presented as participants of the
program-Janet Sweazy, Janice Barker, Ruth Ann Norris, Woody Achauer, Tommy
Hammer, Martha Sue Cruise, and Jim Rees. The special feature of the program was
the presentation of Dorothy Dalton as "PinfupfGirl" and Harles Inboden as "Pinfupf
Boy." The candidates for these titles were Dorothy Dalton, Betty Lou Karshner,
Maxene Nutter, Janet Struble, and Patty Walsh, candidates for the boys were Tommy
Hammer, Harles Inboden, Glenn Mowery, Bob King, and Tommy Roberts.
l'ollowmg tht- custom ot prcvious ycairs, catch mcmhcr of tht- scnior class voted
for one sciiior girl whom hc thought host suitcd for tht' honor of rcigning :ts quccn
ovcr Logam High School.
Tht' tivu girls who rcccivctl the highest mimhcr of votcs wort' thcn vottml on hy
thc cntirt' school hotly. Czithcrinc Fox, Dorothy Ucigcr, Carolyn Martin, lviatry Mowf
cry, .lzinct Struhlc, :md Putty Watlsli wcrc sclcctcd.
Until thc night of tht' foothstll tlitiicv, Dcccinhcr I, 1944, thc itlcntity of thc quccn
rwiiiaiiticd xi mystery.
Un that night Cgitliwiiic Fox was introtlucctl :is tht' quccn. Tht- othvr tivc girls
l5t't'lllI1x' hcr zittcmlxmts.
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QFirst Rowj Emma Jean Lemon, Mary Lou Hartman, Elaine Dolan, Nancy Pond, Ilene Flood,
Letha Lou Poling, Adeline Ruble, Marie Stone, Betty Dawson, Virginia Brown.
fSecond Rowj Barbara Huls, Shirley Taylor, Janet Sweazy, Shirley Hutchinson, Lois Jacobs, Lois
Unger, Ruth Collins, Winona Frazier, Margee Philips, Shirley Blum.
QThird Rowj Alice Casto, Dorothy Robb, Jean Ann Prather, Betty Lou Karshner, Beatrice Lash,
Janet Struble, Lucille Warner, Marjorie Ball, Daisy Smith.
SENIOR G. A. A.
The Girls' Athletic Association was organized eight years ago by Miss Gertrude
Bliss. When Miss Bliss accepted another position, Miss Joan Gesling became the very
This organization was founded chiefly for the purpose of creating a better physical
standard among the girls, and of aiding the development of leadership in the various
activities connected with the athletic department.
There are approximately one hundred twenty members. Sixty of these girls have
joined this year.
The goal for which every girl in this club strives is to receive her letter. The
number of points required to obtain this reward is one thousand. Six hundred points
are required for the pin and three hundred for the numeral.
fFirst Rowj Frieda Campbell, Harriet Mohler. Theresa Keinzle, Jo Ann Rhodes, Maxine Lehman,
Mary Jane Campbell, Betty Snyder, Opal Wahl, Margaret Brown.
lSecond Rowj Martha Miller, Margaret Hanner, Jean Leach, Juanita Hammond, Zella Mundy,
Ann Philips, Nancy Young, Mary Ann Moriarity, Jane Ann Roberts, Judy Glass.
fFourth Rowj Marsha Eberst, Norma Jean Hanna, Marilyn Jacoby, Mary Ann Geiger, Jody Ogg,
Gee-Gee Weinrich, Josephine Conrad, Francis Freeman, Marjorie Bateman, Selma Norris.
fFirst Rowl Judy Buntz, Treasurerg Carolyn Martin, Secretaryg Mary Mowery, President: Miss
Gesling, Advisorg Joan Jurgensmier, Vice Presidentg Sue Holl, Assistant Treasurer.
1 Second Rowj Maxene Nutter, Patty Walsh, Arlene Summers, Betty Sheeler, Dottie Philips, Carol
Robinette, Catherine Kessler, Mona Mowery, Eleanor Francis.
fThird Rowj Dorothy Geiger, Kate Fox, Patty Timberlake, Delores Fuller, Eloise Stimmel, Amy
Jo Littlejohn, Helen Stewart, Jackie Beall.
1 Fourth Rowj Retha McDonald, Bertie Hite, Helen Wallsmith, Martha Sheets, Patty Heft, Leah
' Lylre, Joan Ohlinger, Mary Jo Adcock.
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The following girls have received their letters and their pins:
Emma Jean Lemon
Jan. t Sweazy
Jean Ann Prather
Joan St. Clair
Mary L. Hartman
Head ............. . . . Catherine Fox
Winner . . . . . . Catherine Fox
Mary Jo Adcock
Amy Jo Littlejohn
Head ............... ..... I lene Flood
Winner . . . .... Carolyn Martin
Head . .
Ruth Ann Norris
Hiking . . . . .
. . Marjorie Ball
. . . Ann Phillips
. . . Marjorie Ball
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U CHIEFTAIN'S WILL
The Gesling Chieftains, on this twentyffirst day of February, nineteen hundred
and fortyfive, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby declare this their last will
1. Carol Robinette leaves hcr late arrival on the gym floor to Mona Mowery.
2. Marjorie Ball, Lois Unger, and Bea Lash leave all their 'extra shorts to all the
juniors who never can find theirs.
3. Pat Walsh doesn't know this, but we think that Eleanor Francis should be
the receiver of her "corny" jokes. QSome were pretty good, thoughj.
4. Martha Sheets requests Nancy Pond's ability to play basketball.
5. Judy Buntz and Martha Sheets think they should carry on with the Kate
Fox-jean Prather never-ending friendship. l
6. "Midge" Buskirk and Mary Lou Hartman will their long fingemails to all the
girls in the gym class. fAnd there will be plenty for each girlj.
- 7. Eloise Stimmel would like to have Winona Frazier's eyes. QAnd who
wouldn'tJ. A x
8. janet Struble leaves her beautifhl brown hair to Zella Mundy. QFrom blonde
to brownettej. "
9. Emma Jean Lemon leaves her ability to referee to anyone who thinks she
can fill her place. '
10. "The class without a teacher" leaves its ability to cause an uproar to any
class who will promise to work harder at it than we did.
ll. Carolyn Martin leaves her ability to lead championship teams to anyone
that's as cute as she is.
12. Marcia Holzapfel leaves her volley-ball serve to GeefGee Weinrich. fWill
that help, Gee?j
13. Ruth Risch leaves her "stickftofitftiveness" to Delores Williams.
14. Joan Walker leaves her quick moving limbs to Janice Barker.
15. Lucille Warner leaves her winning personality to Mary K'Miller. QBoth
16. The seniors leave all their favorite memories and good times to the juniors.
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GRADUATES OF I944
Jo Ann Adcock ....... .... M arried
John Rolland Allbery ........... Navy
James R. Arnold ............... Navy
Ruth N. Aurand ........ Cadet Nurse
Nettie Naomi Barker .... Ohio State U.
Robert Lee Bateman ............ Navy
Martha Jean Beery. .Hansel's Dry Clng.
Monobelle Marie Beougher .. Married
Charles V. Boch .............. Army
Ida Louise Bowers ...... Ohio State U.
James Fountain Brehm ...... Miami U.
Mary Jane Bright ............ Newark
Mary Jo Brown .... C. C. Chute, Office
Roseann Brown ........ Ohio State U.
Wanda J. Brown .... C. Penny 6? Co.
John Franklin Buchanan ........ Army
Dennis Dale Bumgardner .,...... Navy
Richard Elwyn Buntz .......... Navy
Alice Lee Busch ..... Ohio University
Jo Robey Case ....... Ohio State U.
Grace Roselea Chute ..... Logan, Ohio
Edna Marieta Cline.Ration Bd., Logan
George Robert Coakley ........ Army
Esther Louise Cohagan. . .Cadet Nurse
Zita M. Connor ...... Ohio University
Harry Eugene Courter ...... Columbus
Johnnie Jacob Cox ............ Logan
Violet Irene Culbertson.H. G. Godman
Mary M. Dalton. .Morris 5 EG? 10 Store
Robert Eugene Daubenmier ..... Logan
Pauline Marian Davis ....... Columbus
Naomi Virginia Dawson ..... Lancaster
Juanita Jean Feather ......... Married
Clarence William Ford.
Samuel Ford ..........
Richard Edward Frasure ........ Navy
Earl Wesley Freeman. . .
Betty Jean Friend. . .Logan Clay Prod.
Myrtle Ageline Glass .... Cadet Nurse
Pauline E. Gruner .......... Columbus
James Gordon Harbarger ....... Army
Evelyn C. Hardgrove. .Morris 5 E? 10
Don E. Hemsworth .... Ohio University
Jo Ann Hildebrandt ........... Logan
Pansy Mae Hugli ..... Risch Pharmacy
James E. Hummel .............. Navy
Freida E. Hutchinson ...... Haydenville
Robert Daniel Johnston ......... Navy
Joanne Marie Kalklosch ....... Georgia
Lewis Donavon Keister. . .
Harold E. Keller ....
Leota Mae Kienzle .... .....
.. . .Army
Dale Woodrow Derr ..
Leo H. Dillon ......
Norma Jean Dolan .......
Richard M. Dollison ............ Navy
Helen I. K'Miller ........ Locker Plant
Martha Ann Lee ..... Denver, Colorado
Earl Lloyd Lehman ............ Army
Louis Lee Lehman .............. Navy
Dottie Marie Lemon.Carpenter's Hdwe.
Jeannette Louise Leonard .... Elberfeld's
Jean Leone Loomis ....... Locker Plant
Thelma Irene McCune ...... Elberfe1d's
Pauline A. McWilliams. . .McCray Ins.
Eugene C. Miller ............. Logan
Gerald Junior Miller ........... Logan
Miriam Mock. .Army Depot, Columbus
Retha Jean Mohler ......... Elberfeld's
Forest Rex Dupler. . . ...... Navy
Helen Gertrude Ellinger. .Farm Bureau
Marjorie Lewis Ellis ........ Columbus
Morton Irving Epstein .......... Army
Dorothy I. Myers .... ..... D ayton
Paul Raymond Neff .... .... A rmy
Annie Mae Nutter .... .... Lo gan
James F. Oblinger .....
Martha Jeanne Pierson ...... Lancasterf
Betty Irene Poling ...... Clay Products
Edan G. Poling. .Columbus Bus. College
Miriam june Ralston ........... Logan
John Edward Rauch ............ Army
Ruby June Rice ......... Port Clinton
Betty Lou Richards .... Curtiss Wright
John Francis Richards. .Leonard Ftmeral
Joseph F. Rohinette ....
Helen Ruth Rutter .....
Esther Mae Sanner .....
Walter F. Saving ......
Sue S. Schempp .......
Katharyn Louise Shanley
Dale Edward Shultz ....
. . . .Navy
Ruth Winojean Sloan ...... Elberfeld's
Betty Jane Smith. .Blosser's Restaurant
Elizabeth Ann Smith ........ Michigan
Christina C. Smith ...... Ohio State U.
Joseph L. Smith ..... Army Air Corps
Ned Richard Smith ............ Army
Wilma Jean St. Clair ........ e. .Logan
Madge Stimel ......... . . . Married
Rosie Fay Summers ............ Illinois
Frances C. Thomas .... J. C. Permy Co.
Alpha Edwin Turner .......... Army
Roseanna Warner ........ Gas Omce
Frances Eileen Watts .......... Logan
Betty Jane Windle .......... Married
Mary Margaret Wright ..... Elherfe1d's
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SENIOR CLASS PLAY
The Class of 1945 presented Ghost Wanted, a threefact mysteryfcomedy, by
Guernsey Le Pelley on the evenings of May 10 and 11 to a record-breaking audience
of approimately 1400. With three exceptions a different cast appeared each night.
This play, directed by Miss Bartelle Hamilton, was well cast and well staged.
The living room of the island home of the Stormgays presented a mystic and inf
teresting setting. The play was packed with humor and suspense from the beginning
to the closing curtain. Everything from a living monster to an F.B.I. agent was brought
before an interested audience. Members of the cast were Tom Roberts, Luther Brimf
ner, Glenn Mowery, Lavena Newland, Audrey Young, Catherine Fox, Carolyn Mar'
tin, Janet Struble, Daisy Smith, Gene Sigler, Janet Sweazy, Shirley Rose Hutchison,
Wilbur Lanning, Tommy Hammer, Mary Jane Lanning, Marjorie Ball, Lucille War'
ner, Gertrude Konkler, Nancy Pond, Jean Ann Prather, Jack Wolfe, Fred Jacoby, and
The success of the play was not all due to those on stage, but to Miss Hamilton,
those backfstage committees, and an appreciative audience.
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Ask for SchmiHer's Bread, Pies, Cakes,
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Heinlein Si Sons
Day or Nighf Ambulance Service
204 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 28
Everything in Furniture
Nafionally Known Makes
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Dry Cleaning-Fur Cleaning-Fur Sforage
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Vicfory Begins On The Home From' -
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LEE'S DRUG STORE
Corner Main and Spring Sfreets
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SANDWICHES AND MEALS
OUTFITTERS FOR THE
ENTIRE FAMILY AND HOME
SUITS INFANT'S CLOTHING
DRESSES CHILDREN'S WEAR
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20 East Main St Logan Ohio IIO East Main Shed: Phone 506 Logan, Ohio
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l945
Jo Stutz, Owner
PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION
58V2 EAST MAIN STREET
OVER KROGER STORE
CAPITAL, SURPLUS, AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS OVER S250,000.00
TOTAL RESOURCES OVER S3.000.000.00
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Member Federal Reserve System
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Atliiliatecl with Banlx Ohio Corporation
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
Compliments to the Class of I945
"Say ll With Flowers"
QUALITY - QUALITY
lYKE'S GROCERY STORE
We Carry a Complete Line of
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Congratulations, Class I945
L O G A N C O R N
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Phone 33-"Quick Service" 76 W. Main Street
Old Spice Toiletries - Shaeffer's Pens
Lucien Lelong Colognes
YOUR HOME TOWN NEWSPAPER IS THE ONLY
NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD THAT GIVES A
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255 East Main St. Telephone 600
FOX EAST MARKET
298 East Main Street
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS FOR
AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES
West Main Street
Flowers For All Occasions
PHONE 72 FOUR YOUR ORDER
CONGRATULATIONS ON PASSING
YOUR FIRST MILESTONE
Joe S. Case, '08
Maude R. Hack, '07
Winona Stinchfield Case,'95
Suzanne Case, '43
.Iames W. Krieg
John E. Krieg, '09
Olga B. HugIi, '22
Jo Robey Case, '44
Mabei Sanderson, '08
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LUMBER, MILLWORK AND BUILDING
The Logan Bulk Filling Station. Inc.
JUNCTION ROUTE 75
THEO. C. IOHNSON CO.
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK
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PERMANENT WAVE-COOL WAVE
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WHEN YOU THINK OF TIRES, THINK OF US!
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753 West Hunter Street
Phone 284 Logan, Ohio
LoeAN Music co,
Electrical Appliances Fluorescent Lights
Record Players Sheet Music
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AULD CRAFTERS. INC.
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MARK LOHR, SR.
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BasI'ian Bros. Co.
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CLASS JEWELRY NAME CARDS
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