Logan High School - Aerial Yearbook (Logan, OH)

 - Class of 1945

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WI YQ-wfygn-:-f'.' r ' 'I ' X ig!-"lf" ' f"'f-'ff 'F 'nhrw X SALUTATORY 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, "Welcome," e -Bob Stallsmith. l-l1 VALEDICTORY 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." 9

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JOAN GESLING B.S., Duke University, Ohio Northern University, Ohio State University. Girls' Phys' ical Education Instructor. HARLEY ELLINGER B.S., M.A., Capital Univerf sity, Ohio State University. lnstructor in Commercial Arithmetic, Physics, Chemf istry, Preflnduction Course. Hi-Y Advisor. l l JAMES RITTUERS B.S., M,A,, Ohio University. lnstructor in Industrial Arts, Social Sciences, Preflnducf tion Course. Sophomore Class Advisor SENIOR CLASS SONG-I945 TUNE-"waiting" 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 Shirley Hutchison 8



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OF FICE RS Boa SM IT H President "A real friend and a sincere leader." Football 3, Student Council 3. Voc. Ag. 2. lntramural Basket' ball 2.3.4. HifY 4. Emu, BLAM. Vice President 'lm not bashfulq just thoughtful." Hi-Y, Football 4, Basketball Z,3,4 QCaptain5, Band 2.3.4 fVice Pres.5, Latin Club Z. Boa Kmu Secretary "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. Fruit: JACUBY Treasurer "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. 10 CALVIN POLLOCK President of Student Council "He that hath patience may surf pass anything." Basketball 3,4, Latin Club I, Spanish Club 3,4, Aerial Stall 3,4, HifY 4, Class Ofbccr 3 fPres.5. jiaauiarru Gauiu 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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