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The school year of I946-47 brought changes into the lives of the faculty and
pupils, but these alterations did not remove the thoughts of friendship and the feeling
of respect for one who had aimed. worked, and built a better educational program for
Logan High School. To you the yearbook staff wishes to dedicate this Aerial in ap-
preciation for the guidance, cooperation, and spirit of good will which you left in the
The services of the Logan teachers are always appreciated far more than actions
ever indicate. While classroom activities go on, worthy impressions are made and
remain in the lives of those who have been instructed and in the lives of fellow instruc-
tors. However, a time does come to express the teeling one has. So to you the statf
dedicates the Aerial as an acknowledgment of your whole-hearted effort in instructing
the pupils in a friendly and efficient manner.
MRS. RAYMOND E. KEAIRNS
IALICE G. POSTONI
The hours of study required, the patience needed, and the time spent in the
teaching profession have been dutifully and capably performed by you. While you
were with us, your obligations were many and the fulfillment of these was always met.
Your services were completed without much expression of thanlcfulness by those served,
but the pupils and teachers of Logan High School do have a depth of appreciation for
your work. To you the statf dedicates the I947 Aerial as an expression of gratitude
for your services to the school.
.fdafminiafrafive Oda em
Logan High School
HOWARD E. KIRK
B.S. in Education, Ohio University
M.A., Ohio State University
Instructor in American Literature
Student Council Adviser
GEORGE E. CARR
Ohio State University
Tusculum College, A.B., Uni-
versity ot Tennessee. Instructor
in Physical Education. Coach
B.S., Capital University: M.A.,
Ohio State University. Instruc-
tor in Physics, Chemistry, and
Geography. I-Ii-Y Adviser.
A.B.. Capital University: M.A.,
Ohio State University. Instruc-
tor in Latin and English.
Junior Class and Latin Club
B.S. in Education, Miami Uni-
versity: University ot Southern
Calitornia. Instructor in Amer-
ican Literature, Speech, and
Geography. Players' Guild and
Speech Club Adviser.
MINNIE L. BOWEN
Bachelor School ot Music
Oberlin College: M.A., Columi
bia University. Music Super-
MARY E. EYERMAN
A.B. Capital University, Grad-
uate Student ot Ohio State
University. Attended Univer-
sity ot Wisconsin Library
School. Instructor in Spanish
and English. Y-Teen and Span-
ish Club Adviser.
B.S., M.A., Ohio University.
Instructor in American History
JAMES R. HORWELL
B.S. in Education. Graduate
Student, Ohio University. In-
strumental Instructor and Band
ELEANOR E. LEE
Stephens Junior College, B.S..
M.A.. University ot Missouri.
Instructor in Girls' Physical
HOWARD W. NIOWELS
5.5. in Agriculture, Ohio State
University. Instructor in Agri-
culture and Farm Shop. Ad-
viser ot F.F.A. Club,
B.S.. Miami University, M.A.,
Ohio State University. Instruc-
tor in Home Economics and
Supervisor ot School Lunch-
room. Home Economics Club
IRIS M. LOWRY
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan Univer-
sity: M.A., Ohio State Univer-
sity. Instructor in World
I-Iistory and Typewriting. Sen-
ior Class Adviser.
B.S.. Ohio University: Graduate
Student, Ohio State Univer-
sity. Instructor in Biology and
B.S. in Education. Ohio Uni-
versity. Instructor in Mathe-
matics and Bookkeeping. Jun-
ior Class Adviser.
MAX O. MCKITRICK
B.S., Wittenberg College,
Graduate Student. Ohio State
University. Instructor in Type-
writing and Stenography. Com-
mercial Club and "Aerial"
B.S.. MMA., Ohio University.
Instructor in Industrial Arts
and Social Sciences. Sopho-
more Class Adviser.
A.B., Otterbein College: Ohio
University. Art Supervisor.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
JACK ROBINETTE JOHN McBROOM TOM BROWN GEORGE HANEY
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
enior Cfarid .Lhdory
We. the class of '47, look back to the past twelve years as a period in our lives
that has passed quickly.
ln September, l935. we were launched on our educational career. We sailed
through these early years of our lives with a minimum of effort and a maximum of
At last. it seemed, we were growing up. Our entrance into Junior High proved
this. We soon became accustomed to this new environment. and time sped on.
In I944. we had acquired a new name. We were freshmen!
Students from rural and parochial schools were added to our classmates this year.
We responded gallantly to our patriotic dutylby purchasing war stamps through
student salesmen and by helping to put over a scrap drive. At a class meeting we
chose the following students to represent us: Jack Robinette, President: Eugenia
Weinrich. Vice President: Tom Brown, Secretary: and Tom Matheny. Treasurer.
The eagerly awaited time finally arrived, and we took up our residence in Senior
High as sophomores. Our representatives this year were: Jack Robinette, President:
Marilyn Jacoby. Vice President: Nancy Young. Secretary: and Ned Myers, Treasurer.
Our junior year was indeed important for the task of entertaining the seniors at
the Junior-Senior Prom was before us. We worked hard to raise money for this expen-
diture. Our representatives this year were: Jack Robinette, President: John McBroom.
Vice President: Marilyn Jacoby, Secretary: and Tom Brown. Treasurer.
We were now entering our last year of school. We selected the following officers:
Jack Robinette, President: John McBroom, Vice President: Tom Brown, Secretary: and
George Haney, Treasurer.
First Honor Student
LOlS EILEEN INBODEN
Fifth Honor Student
Author ot Class Will
Seventh Honor Student
ANNA IRENE LOTT
First Honor Studrnt
Fourth Honor Studcnt
Sixth Honor Student
Author ot Class Prophecy
Eighth Honor Student
CLYDE ALLBERRY. JR.
"To man destined to happiness
need not be in a hurry."
F.F.A. l.2.3.4: 4-H Club l.2.
"Hurried men lack wisdom."
A Cappella Choir 4: Band I.
2.4: Basketball I: Football 4:
Intramural Basketball 4: Oper-
etta 4: Grandview High
School. Columbus, Ohio 3.
MARY PAYE BEERY
"Great persons are able to do
Girls Glee Club l,2.3.4: Home
Ec. 4? Operetta 4: Social Et-
ticiency I: Y-Teen 3.4: 4-H
BETTY BEOUGH ER
"To open a book brings profit."
Home Economics Club 4.
HAROLD F. BLACKSTON
"Let every man look before he
Boys Glee Club 2.3.43 Operet-
ta 4: Social Etticiency l.
JOHN ROBERT ANTHONY
"What man is not guilty of one
errorand halta mistake?"
Football Manager 3.4: Intra-
mural Basketball 3,4: Library
Club 3.4: Players Guild 4:
Safety Valve 4: Spanish Club
3.4 lTreas. 3l.
BONNIE RUTH BEERY
'IDO your duty. leave the rest
Commercial Club 3,47 Girls
Glee Club l: Library Club l:
Social Efficiency I: 4-H Club
DAVID H. BELL
"Handsome, brain. and wit?-
all this he can. he's also
quite a ladies man."
A Cappella Choir 4: Basketball
2,3.4: Boys Cilee Club 2.4:
Football I.2.3.4: lCapt. 4I7
Hi-Y 3.4: Operetta 4: Safety
Valve 4: All S.E.O. 4: All
LEONA RUTH BLACKSTONE
"She that has patience may
Commercial Club 4: Intramural
Basketball 2: Library 2.3.4:
4-H Club I.
ANNA CHARLOTTE BLAKE
"Everything is worth what its
purchaser will pay tor it."
Cafeteria 2.3.4: Home Ec. 2:
Library Club 4: Safety Valve
4: Y'Teen 3.4: 4-H Club 4.
RICHARD G. BOWERS
"l agree with no manls opin-
ions: l have some ot my ownf
A Cappella Choir 2: Band 3.4:
Football I.2.3.4: HIVY 4: ln-
tramural Basketball 2.3.4:
Players Guild 2.3.4: Safety
Valve 4: 4-I Act Plays 3.
"A thing ot beauty is a joy
A Cappella Choir 4: Girls
Glee Club l.2.3: Library
Club 4: Operetta 4: Players
Guild 2.3.4: Social Etticiency
MAX L. CARPENTER
'Ditticulties are things that
show what men are."
am. 184.108.40.206 :ste 23.41.
4-H Club i.2.3,4.
RALPH HAROLD CLARK
"Words are but the shadows
F.P.A. l.2.3.4: Library l: 4-H
'lA well-known friend is a
A Cappella Choir 4: Commer-
cial Club 4: Girls Glee Club
l.2.32 Library Club l.2.3.4 IV.
Pres. 4l: Operetta 4: Y-Teens
3.4: Cateteria 2.3.4: G.A.A.
2.3: Intramural Basketball 2.
THOMAS HARRY BROWN
A Cappella Choir 2.3.43 Aerial
Statt 3.4: Class Otticer l,3.4:
Hi-Y 2.3.4 lPri:s. 4I: Players
Guild 2.3.4 lPres. 3.4l: Safety
Valve 4 llrcas, 4l: Student
Council l.3.4 llrcas. 3lZ 4-I
Act Plays 3.
"Your hearts desires bi?
G.A.A, 2.3: Girls Glue Club
l.2.3.4: lntrarnural Basketball
3: Operctta 4: Social Efficien-
cy It Y-Tron 3.4.
ALICE E. CASTO
"A smile on her lips: a
Commercial Club 3.4: G.A,A.
2.3: Girls Glec Club l,2.3.4I
Intramural Basketball 2: Li-
brary Club l.3.4: Opurctta 4:
Y-Teen 3.4: Social Etticicncy l.
"An honest rnan's word is as
good as his bond."
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Boys
Glee Club 2.3: Football 3.47
Hi-Y 3.4 lScc. 4l: Intramural
Basketball 2.3.41 Opcretta 43
Safety Valve 4.
PAUL E. CONRAD
'Nothing succeeds like
Basketball 2.3: Football l.2.
3.4: Hi-Y 4: Intramural Bas-
"Many small become greatll'
Commercial Club 3,41 Girls
Glee Club 3,41 Intramural Bas-
ketball 2i Operetta 41 4-I-I
MALCOLM M. DOLLMATSCI-I
"Things are not always what
A Cappella Choir 41 Acrial
Statl 41 Band 2,3,41 EEA.
I,2,31 I-li-Y 3,41 Operetta 4:
Players Guild 4.
RAYMOND DU FEORD
"lt is better to learn late
4-H Club I.
"Better know nothing than halt-
know many things."
Basketball 2,3,4: Class Otticer
41 Football 3,41 Football Man-
ager 21 l-li-Y 3,4 lTreas. 4l1
Satety Valve 4.
MARGARET ANN I-IANNER
"I am always merry when I
Band 3.4: G.A.A. 21 Girls
Glee Club l,2,3,41 Library
Club I1 Social Efficiency I1
BETTY LOU DAWSON
"When troubles are few,
dreams are few."
Commercial Club 41 G.A.A.
2,31 Girls Glee Club l,2,3,4:
Library Club I,21 Operetta 41
Social Efficiency I1 Y-Teen 3.
FLOYD F. DONALDSON, JR.
"No ood man ever rew rich
all at once.
Library Club 41 Social Effi-
JEAN ELOISE I-IADDOX
"Knowledge is power."
Commercial Club 4: Girls Glee
Club 2.3.41 Home Ec Club 41
Intramural Basketball 31 Li-
brary Club 21 Social Efficiency
I1 Y-Teen 3,4-.
NORMA JEAN I-IANNA
"Sincerity is shown by her
Aerial Statt 41 Commercial
Club 3,41 Household Science
Club 31 Library Club l,2,3.4Z
Players Guild 2.3.41 Y-Teen
3,41 4-H Club l,2,3,41 G.A.A.
2,31 Social Etliciency I.
VIVIAN LOUISE HARBLE
"Those who are happy do not
observe how time goes by."
A Cappella Choir 3,43 Com-
mercial Club 3,41 Girls Glee
Club 2,31 Intramural Basket-
ball 21 Operetta 4: Y-Teen
"Her air, her manners, all who
Commercial Club 3.4 lV. Pres.
4l: G.A.A. 2,37 Girls Glee
Club lj Players Guild 2: Social
Eliticicncy I: Y-Teen 3.4.
ill-lcr gentle mind does gentle
4-H Club I.2,3.4.
JOHN F. FOX
"ll you wish to know the mind
ola man listen to his wo.cls."
Aerial Staff 47 Safety Valve 45
Social Etticicncy l.
FRANCES K. FREEMAN
"One does not lcnow-cannot
know-the best that is in one."
Commercial Club 3,41 G.A.A.
2.33 Girls Glee Club l,2,3.4:
Library Club I,3,4: Players
Guild 47 Social Etticiency Ig
MARY ANN GEIGER
"How glorious it is--and also
how painful-to be an
GAA. 2.3: Latin Club 2:
Library Club l.2, Players
Guild 2,3.4: Social Efficiency
lf Spanish Club 3,43 Y-Teen
3,4 lilreas. 4l.
"Without music life would
be a mistake."
4-H Club 2.3,4 lV. Pres. 3l.
"To learn to be industrious
takes three ycarsi to learn
to be lazy talces only
lntramural Basketball 41 Stage
MARY ELVI RA FRANTZ
"The past is as clear as a mirror,
the future as darlc as lacquer."
lntramural Baslcetball 2: Li-
brary Club 3,4: Y-Teen 4i 4-H
"A cheerful heart and a smiling
face puts sunshine in thc
Girls Glee Club l,2: Home-
coming Oueen's Court 4:
Players Guild 23,43 Social
Etliciency li 4-H Club l,2.3.4.
"With happiness comes intel-
ligence to the heart."
G.A.A. 2.3: Latin Club 21
Players Guild 2,3.4: Safety
Valve 43 Social Etliciency It
Spanish Club 4: Y-Teen 3,4
lV. Pres. 4lq 4Al Act Plays 3.
"I-le is truly wise who gains
F.F.A. 3.4: Intramural Basket-
"No one knows what he can do
until he tries,"
Intramural Basketball 4: Li-
brary Club 4: Safety Valve 43
Stage Crew 4.
"Let your practice keep step
with your knowledge."
Basketball Manager 3.4: Boys
Glee Club 3.4: I'Ii-Y 3.4: Intraa
mural Basketball 3.4: Library
Club 3: Safety Valve 4: Social
DAVID V. INBODEN
"When the cause is lust. the
small conquers the great."
F,F.A. l.2.4 llleporter I, Sec,
2l: Football 2: Intramural
Basketball 3.4: Social Etlicien-
"She's all my fancy painted
her: she's lovely. she's divine."
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Aerial
Staff l.2,3.4: Class Otticer
2.3: Homecoming Queen 4:
Players Guild 2.3.4 lSec. 3.4l:
Safety Valve 4: Student Coun-
"A handful of common sense
is worth a bushel ot learning."
Football l.2,3,4: Intramural
Basketball 2.3.4: Social Effi-
"I-Iis great mind possesses a
Aerial Staff 4: Football 2.3.4:
I-Ii-Y 3.4: Intramural Basket-
ball 2.3.4: Latin Club 2: Safety
Valve 4: Student Council IV.
Pres. 4l: Buckeye Boys State
"Men not walls make a city."
LOIS EILEEN INBODEN
"Learning is a treasure that
follows its owner everywhere."
A Cappella Choir 4: Girls Glee
Club I.2.3: Library Club I,2I
Operetta 4: Spanish Club 3.4
IV. Pres. 4l: Y-Teen 3.4 lPres.
4l: 4-H Club l.2,3.4 IV. Pres.
"It matters not how long you
live, but how well."
Girls Glee Club I.4: Library
Club I: Operetta 4: Social
EtIiciency"I: 4-l-I Club 4: Nel-
sonville High School 2.3.
"lt is a rough road that leads
to the heights ot greatness."
Basketball 2.4: Intramural Bas-
ketball 3: Latin Club 2: Safety
Valve 4: Social Efticiency I.
JAMES LEROY LEH MAN
"Do not turn back when you
are just at the goal."
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Boys
Glee Club 2.3: Intramural Bas-
ketball 2.3.4: Operetta 4:
Social Efficiency I.
ANNA IRENE LOTT
"The roots of education are
bitter. but the truit is
Commercial Club 3.4: Aerial
Staff 4: Y-Teen 3: 4-H Club
"You can tell the character ot
every man when you see how
he receives praise."
Basketball I.2.3.4 lCapt. 4l:
Boys Glee Club 2.3.4: Class
Officer 3.4: Football 4: I-Ii-Y
3.4 IV. Pres. 4l: Safety Valve
4 IV. Pres. 4l.
"Fair words never hurt the
Girls Glee Club 3: Intramural
Basketball 2: Library Club 2.3:
Safety Valve 4.
"To know the truth is easy: but
ah. how difficult to follow it!"
Basketball 3: Stage Crew 4:
Intramural Basketball 2.4:
Satety Valve 4: Social Effi-
"Too much education hinders
Basketball 2.3.47 Football I.2.
4: Hi-Y 4: Safety Valve 4: All-
Ohio Football 4.
"We desire nothing so much as
what we ought not to have,"
Band l.2.3: Football 3.4: ln-
tramural Basketball 3.4: Latin
Club 2: Players Guild 4: Safe-
ty Valve 4: Social Etliciency
NORMA JEAN McMILLIN
"When love and duty clash: let
duty goto smash."
A Cappella Choir 4: Band 4:
Girls Cilee Club I.2.3: Home-
coming Queen's Court 4:
Home Ec. Club 4 lPres. 4l:
Operetta 4: Y-Teen 3.4.
"As rare as a day in June."
Girls Glee Club l.2.3,4: Home
Ec. Club 4: Intramural Bas-
ketball 2: Operetta 4: Social
MARY ANNE MORIARTY
"Though she be but little. she
Commercial Club 4: G.A.A.
2.3: Girls Glee Club I.2.4: Li-
brary Club l.2,3.4: Players
Guild 2.3.4: Social Etticiency
I: Y-Teen 3.4.
NED K. MYERS
"I-lis only tault is that hc has
Aerial Statt 4: Basketball 3.4:
Basketball Manager 2: Class
Otlicer 2: Hi-Y 4 lChaplin 4l:
Operetta 4: Student Council
4 lPres. 4l.
HAROLD NII-I-ISER. JR.
"They're only truly great who
are truly good."
F.F.A. I.2,3.4 lPres. 2. V. Pres.
3,4l: Intramural Basketball 2.
3.4: 4-I-I Club l.2.3.4: Parlia-
mentary Procedure 2.3.4.
"lt is quality rather than
quantity that matters."
I:.F.A. l:2.3.4 lPres. 3. District
Pres. 4I: Public Speaking 2.3.
4l: Library Club I: 4-I-I Club
"No gems. no gold she needs
to wear: she shines intrinsically
A Cappella Choir 2.3,4: Aerial
Statf 4: Cheerleaders 3.4:
Homecoming Queen's Court
4: Players Guild 2.3.4: Span-
ish Club 3.4: Y-Teen 3.4: 4-I
Act Plays 3.
"I-Ie whose virtues exceed his
talents is the superior man."
A Cappella Choir 2.3: Boys
Glee Club 2.3: Class Otticer
2.3: Football 2.3.4: I-Ii-Y 2.3.4:
Satety Valve 4: Student Coun-
LEWIS EDWARD NEFF
"Consider the past and you will
know the tuturef'
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Boys
Glee Club 3: F.F.A. 4: Operet-
ta 4: Satety Valve 4.
"Let the world slide by."
F.F.A. I.2.3.4 IV. Pres. 2. Re-
porter 3.4l: Football I.2.3.4:
Intramural Basketball 2.3.4:
4-I-I Club I.2.3.4 IV. Pres. I.
"To know is nothing at all:
to imagine is everything."
A Cappella Choir 4: Football
I.2.3.4: Intramural Basketball
4: Operetta 4: Players Guild
2.3.4: Satety Valve 4: Social
Etticiency I: 4-I Act Plays 3.
"Her single kind word keeps
one warm for three winters."
' Commercial Club 3.4: 4-H
"A rose is sweeter in bud than
in tull bloom."
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Aerial
Statt 3.4: Commercial Club 3,
4 lPres. 4l: Girls Glee Club
I.2,3: Homecoming Queens
Court 4: Players Guild 2.3.4.
"It's good to be merry and
A Cappella Choir 2,3.4: Girls
Glee Club 2.3: Library Club
I.2: Operetta 4.
JAN IE ROBERTS
"The grateful heart will always
tind a way to be ot service."
A Cappella Choir 3.4: Com-
mercial Club 43 G.A.A. 2.3:
Girls Glee Club I.2.3.4: Oper-
etta 4: Social Etliciency I:
"Good health and good sense
are two ot lite's greatest
Cheerleader 2.3.4: G.A.A. 2.3:
Library Club I.2.3,4 lPres. I.4.
Treas. 3l: Players Guild 2.3.4
lTreas. 4l: Spanish Club 3.4:
ARDELLA MAE SHEETS
"lndustry is tortune's right
Aerial Stott 4: Commercial l
Club 4: Intramural Baslcetball
2: 4-H Club I.
"Personal beauty is a greater
recommendation than any
letter ot introduction."
Drum Maiorette 2.3.4: G.A.A
2.33 Girls Glee Club l.2.4
Home Ee. Club 4.
CHARLES O. RINGHISER
"He Irnows what is what."
JACK CURTIS ROBINETTE
'Little lriends may prove great
Aerial Staff 3.4: Class Otlieer
l.2.3.4: Hi-Y 3.4: Intramural
Basketball 4: Players Guild 43
Buckeye Boys State 3.
HELEN LUCILLE SCI-IRADER
"Manner, not gold, is womans
G.A.A. 2: Intramural Baslcet-
ball 2: Social Etliciency I: Y-
"The world cannot live at the
level ot its great men."
Baslsetball 3: Boys Glee Club
2.4: Football 3.4: Intramural
Basketball 2.4: Latin Club 2:
Operetta 4: Safety Valve 4.
"Patience is the best remedy
lor every trouble."
Satety Valve 4.
"Sleep is a priceless treasurer?
the more one has ot it the
better it is."
Satety Valve 4: Social Etli-
JANIE von LOI-IR
"Words are the voice ot the
Library Club 4: Players Guild
4: Satety Valve 4 lSec. 4lI
Spanish Club 3: Y-Teen 3.4
"One ot Natures
A Cappella Chair 2.3.41 Aerial
Statt 3.4: Basketball 2.3.4:
Boys Glee Club 2.3.43 I-Ii-Y
3.4: Social Etticiency I: Stu-
dent Council I.2.3.
RICHARD L. WEIS
"Whatever you do. do wisely
and think ot the
Basketball Manager I.2.3:
Football 2.3: I-li-Y 4: Intra-
mural Basketball 2.3.47 Social
WILMA JEAN STANDIFORD
most wonderful person
Commercial Club 4: G.A.A. 2:
Clils Glee Club 3.4: Intramural
Basletball 2: Library Club 2.
3.4: Operetta 4: 4-I-I Club 3.
"Working slowly produces
Girls Glee Club 2.3.4: Intra-
mural Basketball 2: Library
Club I: Operetta 4: 4-H Club
JOE S. WALBURN
"Philosophy is the microscope
A Cappella Choir 2.3.43 Boys
Glee Club 2.3: Operetta 4:
Players Guild 2.3.4: Safety
Valve 4: Spanish Club 4: 4-I
Act Plays 3.
"Blushing is the color of virtue."
A Cappella Choir 2.3.4: G.A.
A. 2.3: Latin Club 2 lPres.
2lI Operetta 4: Spanish Club
3,4 lSec. 4I: Student Council
3 lSec. 3l: Y-Teen 3.4.
"Great actions speak great
I A Cappella Choir 2.3.4-: Boys
Cilee Club 2.3: Football 3.4:
E Intramural Basketball 4: Safety
' Valve 4.
MLOVQ is blind."
A Cappella Choir 3.47 Com-
mercial Club 4: Girls Glee
Club l.2.3: Home Ec. Club 4:
Operetta 43 Y-Teen 3: 4-H
Lite is a river that bears us away.
Relentless and ceaselessly day after day.
its waters go down to eternity
And roclc us to sleep in the arms of the sea.
The River ot Lite is sublime and strange-
Restless. unsettled. change upon change.
Pleasure and danger, pride and remorse
Mingle in terrible, beautiful force.
Here in the stream of our high-school days
We have learned of the mighty river's ways.
But now the River itself we must face.
Launch out where impetuous waters race.
Then out to its rapids. and tear not the deep-
We shall not be afraid of the current's strong sweep.
Our paddles are lceen with the knowledge ot truth.
Strong are our hearts with the might ot our youth.
We turn to the shore for a last goodbye,
Salute to the Past with our paddles high-
We pause on the crest of a wave. and then
The River shall sweep us around the bend.
NAN BEVERLY YOUNG
"We are never so happy nor
so unhappy as we imagine."
A Cappella Choir 2.3.41 Aerial
47 Cheerleader 2.3.4q
Otficer 2: Players Guild
Spanish Club 3.4: Y-
3,4: 4-I Act Plays 3.
WE, the graduating class ot nineteen hundred and foray seven, ot Logan Senior
High School, County ot Hocking. and State ot Ohio. being o sound mind and memory
and having the legal authority to bestow these last few gifts, do hereby make this our
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.
FIRST: To our parents we wish to extend our gratitude tor their many years ot
SECOND: To the faculty we wish to extend our deepest appreciation for their
patience and understanding guidance during our high school years.
THIRD: To next year's seniors we leave the privilege of occupying the best seats
FOURTH: To the student body we leave all the experiences we have gained from
our personal mistakes and we hope that each and every student will profit by them.
FIFTH: As a last request we desire to make the following personal requests:
I. The three tirst honor students leave their ability to make straight "A's" to
2. Betty Palmer bequeaths her dependability to Dale Mowery.
3. Bob Anthony leaves his angelic decorum to Keith Summers.
4. Nancy Young and Mary Ann Moriarty leave their ability to get places at
the last minute to anyone who can get away with it.
5. Dave Bell leaves the football captaincy to Jack Glick.
6. Norma McMilIin and Ned Myers leave their high school romance to Bernice
Redd and Ned Fickel.
7. Bob Warner leaves the responsibility ot editing the "Aerial" to Betty Lou
8. Helen Schrader bequeaths her pretty smile to Martha Sue Cruise.
9. Anne Phillips leaves her artistic ability to Amy Lou Harden.
IO. Marilyn Jacoby leaves her "quietness7" to .Ioan Heckert.
I I. Harold and Lester Nihiser leave their ability to judge livestock to Ken Ackers
and Leroy Mowery. llt is hoped they will make proper use ot it.I
I2. Franklin Maze bequeaths his title "The Man with More Knees and Elbows than
Anyone Else" to Bob Clark.
I3. Mary Ann Geiger leaves her position as bus driver for the West End gang to
anyone with a car big enough to hold them.
I4. The senior cheerleaders leave their "pep" at games to Barbara Stallsmith.
Bernice Redd, Shirley Brandon. and Roberta Schmitter.
I5. Tom "Bird" Krieg leaves the ability to act like a dial telephone to Dale
lb. Dave Inboden bequeaths his cheery smile to Ed Butler.
I7. Norma Jean Hanna leaves her "giggIe" to .Iudy Walsh.
I8. Since there is no one in the junior class that has red hair, Betty Engle be-
queaths hers to Kathleen Bell.
I9. The chemistry classes leave Mr. Ellinger's words ot caution to next years
classes. lWe wish we had listened nowll
20. Oscar Bartholomew leaves that sleepy expression in study hall to Willard
2l. Mona Funk leaves her excess height to Keith Dawley.
22. Richard Bowers and Tom Brown leave their bent and battered test tube to
any junior who can break it.
23. The seniors ot the football squad leave to next year's team the desire to beat
24. George Haney leaves his shyness and tear ot girls to Bill Goodlive.
25. Jack Fox leaves his typing ability to all boys in the Typing classes next year.
26. The seniors of the band wish to leave the gum-plastered chairs to the remain-
ing band members.
27. Stanle Soliday desires to leave his ability to play "boogie-woogie" to Donna
28. Paul Conrad leaves the distinction of being the only married senior to Leonard
Pritts. lHoping he will make use of it.l
29. George Lohr leaves that cultured laugh ot his to John Latterty.
30. Bonnie Berry leaves her secretarial ability to Lou Ann Campbell.
3I. Margee Phillips leaves her "strut" as drum majorette to Wilma Brown.
32. Clyde Allberry and Max Carpenter leave their poultry judging ability to Jack
Warner and Lee Hiles. lNot the same kind ot chickens.l
33. Josephine Conrad leaves her athletic ability to Dottie Hupp.
34. Betty Lou Dawson leaves her absentmindness to Tom Robb. lDo you think
he needs it?l
35. Beeman Mowery leaves his curly hair to Andy Mowery.
36. Jerry Hutchison leaves his white bow tie to Jack Thomas.
37. Jack North leaves his speaking ability to anyone who will work tor it.
38. Vivian l-larble leaves her ability to run the Y-Teen concession at the basketball
games to Joann Spackey.
39. Ralph Clark will leave his share ot the farm to anyone who will trade him a
hay-bailer for it. TAII interested see Ralph at oncel.
40. John McBoom leaves his ambition to ring the tire gong to any junior who
has the nerve to do it.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. we the class ot I947, hereunto set our hands and
seal to this, our last will and testament in the presence ot the undersigned witnesses
at Logan, Ohio, this fifteenth day ot March, nineteen hundred and forty-seven.
WITNESSES: Bartelle Hamilton
Max O. McKitrick
We have come a long way since we started to school in the tirst grade. This
is the time we have been looking forward to all of these years. We are indeed happy
now that the time for our graduation is here. A challenging world awaits us. We are
ready and eager to use our talents to help, in some small way, to solve the crucial prob-
lems that face us.
Some of us will go on to school tor further training. Others will take jobs im-
mediately after graduation from high school. Whatever we do, we shall feel that we
have been well prepared. For this, we are grateful to our teachers, parents, and the
time citizens of Logan. Our teachers have been kind and patient. They have been
good friends. Our parents have made many sacritices to make possible our education.
The citizens of Logan have provided us with our public school facilities.
As we look back, we think ot the pleasant times we have had during our school
lite. We are rather sad because we cannot turn back time and relive the past. But.
this is as it should be.
As a representative ot the class of I947, I bid "Farewell" to our teachers. class-
mates. and school. We must leave you, but we shall not forget you. Lite calls us
on, and we cannot tarry for "to improve the golden moment of opportunity and catch
the good that is within our reach, is the great art ot lite."
As spokesman for the class ot nineteen hundred and forty-seven, I welcome you
to our commencement program.
We are grateful to you for making it possible for us to have the privilege of grad-
uating and we are happy to have you as our guests.
We know that we are going forth into a world confronted with the gravest political
and economic problems that have ever faced a nation. We also realize that we are
too young and too inexperienced to otlier any constructive solution to these problems,
but without the educational background that our schools have provided we would be
unable to grasp the tenseness of the situation.
We as members of the class of nineteen forty-seven hope to be able to do our
part in carrying out the plans of world peace and international unitication that our
present leaders are striving to establish.
We realize that as we gain in education and experience it will be our solemn
duty to strive for international peace and harmony.
The key-note of all understanding is knowledge. The basic foundation of the
acquisition of knowledge is education and it is to you our parents, teachers, and com-
munity that we are indebted for this 'fundamental background.
We are conscious that education and experience will take time and that tonight
we can do no more than look toward the future with high resolutions to do our parts.
To this. our commencement, we bid you welcome.
Clyde Allberry ..... . . Shorty. . ...His curly hair, .. .. . . F.F.A. ... .,...... ....... . .Poultry inspector
Bob Anthony ....... ..Tony. . . . His loud clothes.. ...His many trips to the office .. ...To marry "Torchy"
Oscar Bartholomew... ...Bart .... . . .His walk ...... .. . .Silence ........ ......... . . ...Go to Oklahoma
Bonnie Beery ...... ...Bonnie. .. . . .Her cute manner .... . . "Gotta write Ray a note" . ...... .. .......... To be a secretary
Mary Faye Beery. .. . . Faye. .. . .Her perfect hair-do, .. .,Chemistry ....... , ......... ........ .............. T o attend beauty school
Dave Bell ,...,... ...Doc .. ...Flying Low!! .... .. . ...His out-ot-to n gi l ...Co owner with Pete Heine of Logan's burlesque theatre
Betty Beougher .. ...Peggy,. ...Her height ...... ."Let's study" ..... ................................. . .. . . .. . , .Nurse
Harold Blackston. .. .. .Buck.. . , His old flivver ..... ...His gang ,... . .. ...To own a new Buick
Leona Blackstone, .. ...Trease.. . ..Her typing speed... ...To change color ..... .....,. ................. . . . .To stay on the farm
Charlotte Blake. ., .. ,Ar1n. .. ...Her thoughtfulness ..,. ., Her bookkeeping .. .........,..... ......... ....... . . . . . . . , . . .Nurse
Richard Bowers... ...Lard.. . . International Harvester .. .."Let's go to Columbus". To turn left at Broad and High during Christmas rush
Tom Brown ...... . Duke. , .. .His Ford ............. .. .Trucks. .. ...... .... . ..... . .. ...... ...... T o own a fleet of semi's
Mildred Buskirk .... .. Millie... .. Her long hair ........ .... . ."Got any gum? ... ........ ., .To fly a plane
Frieda Campbell... ...Fritz .... ...Being with Al and Margie.. ...Boys ...... ......... .... . . . . . . .Typist
Max Carpenter. .. . . .Snazzy .. . . .His wavy hair ..... ..... . .Vocational Agriculture . . .... .... W atch repairman
Alice Casto .... . . ,Al ...... . . Her fast dictation. .. ."Who has their bookkeeping?" . .. .Medical stenographer
Ralph Clark... , ...Clarkie. .. . . .His shortness ....... ...The farm .......... .... . . . ..... . .To be a farmer
Jim Cole .......... ...Jim .... . . His Model A .... ...... . . .Fishing ......... . .To replace his father
Josephine Conrad.. ...Josie. . ...A stonewall BB guard... ...The cafeteria .... .. .To be a beautician
Paul Conrad ..... , . . Paul. . . ...His halfback position.. ..,The little woman .. ..To be All-American
Jean Daubenmire .... .. Jeannie.. .. ,Her pleasantsmile. .. ...Shorty ..... .... . . . . ... . . .To go to Conneaut
Betty Lou Dawson ..... . . B. Lou. . . . .Her quaint hair-do.. .. .Her latest crush .. . ,. .. .... ..... . .. . . . . . . .To be happy
Malcolm Dollmatsch. . . ...Malc. . . . , .His loud sweaters.. .."Don't you like my car?" . . . .Own the oldest jalopy in Logan
Floyd Donaldson ..... .. .F. D.. . . ..His physique ..... .."Isn't it four o'clock yet?" ............. To be a millionaire
Ray Dutford ..... .. .Duff. .. . .Studying?? ....... .."How much more school?" . .. .To get out of school
Marcia Eberst. .. .. .Marsh.. . . . Hersweet manner. . .."Janice is herel!" ... . . . . .. .To be a teacher
Doris Edwards... .. Jeannie.. ...Her quietness .,.... . . .Anything and everything .. . . . . . .Stenographer
Betty Engle .... . . Betty. .. .. .Her pretty red hair.. . . . .Marion School .......... . . .To be a waitress
Bob Fox ..... .. Red. .. . . .Red hair .............. . ..To get out of school . .... . . ,To graduate
Jack Fox .... . . .Jacl:. .. . . .Scientific photography. . . .. .Blosser's Restaurant . . . . . .. . . . .To make a million
Mary Frantz ..... .. . Mary. .. . . .Her many billfold photos... . .Her boy-friend .................... . .To travel to Hawaii
Frances Freeman. . . .. . Frances. . . . .Hersober jokes ........ . "Why can't I get out of school?" . . .. .To go to Columbus
Mona Funk ...... . . .Moonie.. .. .Her excess height... .."Where's Millie?" .............. . .. ..... .. . . .To go to China
Mary Ann Geiger. . . . .Nannie. . . .. .That Chrysler ...... ...Her young brother, Jeff . . .... To own a Chrysler convertible
Judy Glass ...... . . Judd. . . . .Her pleasant smil . . ...Clothes .... .......... ............ . .... . . To be a nurse
Jean Haddox. . . . . .Jeanne. . . . . . Her quietness ...... .. .Life in general ........ . . .Private secretary to the President
George Haney ...... . . .Josh .... . . .Being with Jo-Anne ...... .."l'm too good looking" . ....................... Mortician
Norma Jean Hanna... ...N.J. H... .. .Her glistening brown eyes... ...Open the door, Richard .. ..To replace Ruthie in the office
Margaret Hanner. .. . . .Margee. . . . . .Being with "Fritz" ...,.... ...Her brother's car ...,.. ............. . .. . . . . . . .Typist
Vivian Harble. . .. . . .Wig .... . . . .Her dependability ..... .. ."Brownie' ...... . . . .... .. . . . .. .To marry a rich man
Homer Hartsock. .. .. . Junior.. ...Being with Jean ........ . ...West Logan . . .................... ....... .... .... . . ' ... . . . . .Farmer
Bob Heine ....... ... Pete. . ...His quiet l?l heel-plates.. ...Jody ...... . . . . .Co-owner with Doc Bell of Logan's burlesque theatre
Paul Hiles. .. ...Recl.. ...Being with Odie ...... .. ...School .. .... ........ ...... , .... . . .. . . . . . .To get even
Dick Holl ....... ..Zombie.. ...His bald spot... ...His many exploits ....... ............... ....... . . .To be a millionaire
Jerry Hutchison. . . .Jerry .... . .His bow ties. .. ."Let's go to the lake '. . . Moonlight boat-ride on Buckeye Lake the year round
David lnboden. . ...Shorty. .. ...His blond hair... .. His brother ..,... .. .. . .... .... ..... ..... ' . . .. .. ......To grow tall
Jim lnboden. .. .. .lmmie. . ...His tallness .... . . . . . .His work ...... ....... . . .Make his second million
Lois lnboden ..,. .. Lois ..... ...Herquiet manner. .. .."This requires technique" .... .. To find and give the best
Marilyn Jacoby... ..Queenie. . . ...Her clever actions .... ..."Why am l so changeable?" . . . .To be a pretty co-ed
Doris Kline .... . . . Doris .... . . .Her dark complexion .. .. .Nelsonvrlle ............ . .. .. . . . . .To make good
Joe Krieg.. . . Hair... ...His notebook ....... ...His pet-peeve. Miss H . . . .... .To write larger
Tom Krieg... ...Birdie .... .. His wittiness ........ .. ...Front row at Roxies .. . .. .To go to Oklahoma
Jim Lehman.. ..Squez2er. . . ...His class recitations .......... ...Winter sports ..... . . . ... ...To help the world
George Lohr. .. .. .Greek .... .. His good looks and long hair... ...Eastern Kentucky .......... ........... . . . , . . . .Coach
Irene Lott ..,.. ., ,Renie .... .,.Herstraight A's .... ....... . ."Gotta write that Valedictory" . .. .To be a private secretary
Franklin Maze .... ...Shorty ..... ...Hrs clever speeches. .. ...Grave digging ... .... ..... . ,.... .To go to Alaska
John McBroom ...... . .. Flubhead. .. . .His basketball ability. .. ..."Oh, these Lancaster women!" . .B.T.O. of pinball machines
Norma Jean McMillan.. ...Mickey .... . ,Hersweet smile ...... .. .Haydenville ........,...... ..... T o play in H. J. Band
Lenora Miller ..,, .,,, , ,,Norclie. .. . .Her white boots.. .."ls this vacation?" .. ........ .To be an artist
Martha Miller, ,,,,,,, .,.Martha. .. .. .Her timidity ...... .. Delores .. ..... ...To be a dress designer
Mary Anne Moriarty... ...Bobby.. , , ,Cracking gum ...... .... . . .Johnny Mercer . ....... .Beachcomber
Beeman Mowery ..... .. Harry ..... .. His distinguished dimple. . . .. Sports ........ ........ . . .Dentist
Ned Myers ....... ...Meatba l.. ...Being with Mickey ....... ...Mick . .... To own "Jurgies"
Lewis Neff ..... ...Lewie .... ...His runnable vehicle.. . ...People ......... . ....... . .To be a bus driver
Harold Nihiser. . .. .Sammie. . . ...His nice manners. . . . . . His place in cafeteria line .. .. ...To make a success
Lester Nihiser. .. .. .Les ..... .. Being with Delma. . .... T he farm .............. ............ T 0 be a farmer
Jack North ...... . . . Jackson.. ...His sweaters. ..., .."Got your Gov't?" .... . . .. .To succeed H. W. Nowels
Francis O'Donnell. .. .. Odie .. ...His car ....... .. . .Anything and everything . . ...... ..Sport's reporter
Jody Ogg.. .... .. .Tubby.. ...Always being late... .. .Her worries of the day . ... . . .To get somewhere on time
Betty Pdlmef- - . -. -Bur Pee... . . .HerA's .... ......... . . ."Why do you call me that?" . .... . . . ... . . .. Secretary
AMC Phill PS. . .. -. Pug .... ...Herfreckles ............. . . Her dog, Lucky . . ........ ...To be an old maid
MGYSCC PlIilliPS. . .. Marge .. ...Jack's yellow convertible... . .Jack .......... ...... . .Well . . . ll
Regina Proctor. . . . . .Jean. .. ...Her sisters ..... ...... . .Josie .... ..... ........ . T o go to Florida
Charles Ringhiser. . . .. .Gump.. ...Being with Eileen. . ...His slow speech . ...To stay out of the Army
10056 ROEJCFTS. --- - . Janie. .. ...Her hot jokes. . . ...Her two nieces . ... .... . . . . . . . .. .To go to California
-l0Cli R0blflClIfC- -- -- -Curtis. . . ...His height ....... .."What-president again!" ...Never to be elected again
Afldlifle Rllhle- -- .- -Addie. . ...Hot dance steps ..... . "Are you going to State?" . ..... .... . . .To be a lawyer
Helen Schrader... . . Helen ..... ...Her neat appearance.. . "Have you seen Mary?" . ...Home Economist
Afdelld Sheefi. . ...Bunny ....... ..Hertyping speed. . . ...The farm ...... ..... . ..To be a secretary
SfdnlCY 5OliCl6Y. -- .. - Spellbound. . . ...His hot boogie... ...Piano playing . .. . .Concert pianist
D0l0Y2S SOUdCfS .-..- --.-- D oddie ..... . . .Her agreeableness. . ...Edl ........, ...... D ress designer
Wilma Jean Standiford ..... Wimp. , . ..Donna Hughes .... . ."My man!" ...... . .. .To be a housewife
Bob Tschudy.. ....... .. .Shine. .. ...His short speeches .... ...Speech assignments . . . . . . . ., ... . . .. . . . . , . . .Pilot
Ocean Tucker... ...Dena ..... ...Arguments on the bus. .. ...School lunches . .. ........ . . ..... ..... . . . . . . . .Lab Technician
Janie von Lohr. .. ...Little Doc.. .. .W'sconsin. . . . ....... .."Want me to hypnotize you?" . . . .To keep her New Year's resolution
Joe Welburn.. .. .. Jose ..... ...Hisfluent Spanish. . . . . .His best chocolate milkshake . . ....... .To go to Mexico and rest
Bob Warner ........ .. .Coon. ,. .. .His executive ability .... . . .His women ...... ........ ........ . T o be Governor
Eugenia Weinrich. . . .. Gege. .. ...Her beautiful alto voice. . . ..Her pet-peeve-men ....... .. .To eat and grow thin
Richard Weis ...... . . .Woozy. ,. .. Being teased ........... .."Where's that new Chevie?" .. .To get that "Chevie"
Don Wells ...... ...Windy. .. ...His independence .... . .."How l hate women!! ... ...Aeronautical Engineer
Dottie Windsor. ,. ,,. Dot, ... , , , Her many boy-friencls. . . .. .Morill ........ ...... ........ . . .. . . . . . . .To be a blond
Nancy Young. .. ...Bevy. .. . . Bobbie! ..,... ...... . .Latest song hit . . ...To find a man that makes her happy
cf... iz.. ..,
One night I had a dream. lt was a very different dream, too: something like a
glimpse into the tuture. The amazing part of it was the characters: for-would you
believe it-they were all my classmates from the Senior Class of 'f7 as real as life
and as much fun as always. It was a wonderful dream and so realistic that when I
awoke, I wondered if it could possibly have been a prophecy ofthe future holding all
our hopes and ambitions. But before I go any further, maybe I should tell you about
it and let you judge for yourself.
It started out in a large, impressive courtroom. Max Carpenter, the judge, was
frantically waving his gavel at the defendant, Dave Bell, the big oil king, who was
being tried for bigamy. Since the outstanding criminal lawyer, Adaline Ruble, was
pleading his case, Dave looked pretty smug and was winking gayly at the jury which
was composed of his six private secretaries Betty Beougher, Ardella Sheets, Jean Daub-
enmire, Leona Blackstone, Doris Edwards, and Mary Frantz. Norma Jean Hanna told
me that Jim lnboden and Frank Maze were representing the five wives . . .
The next thing l knew I was seated at a large dinner table, around which seemed
to be meeting The Professional Women's Club. Gege Weinrich was receiving a medal
for her notable work as head of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota. Seated on my right
was Lois lnboden, whom the emcee was announcing as the outstanding woman in the
literary tield of today. As the meeting progressed, I learned that Nancy Young was
now designing clothes tor the stars in Hollywood, and Milly Buskirk was creating hats
that women all over the country loved. Helen Schrader, Ocean Tucker, and Wilma
Standiford were being honored for their recent book entitled "What's Wrong With
Men." Frieda Campbell, Margaret Hanner, and Alice Casto were there as the Club's
trained nurses. Just at that minute the meeting was broken up by Jim Cole, the owner
of the hotel in which we were meeting, who announced that the weekly debate be-
tween Janie von Lohr and Dick Holl on the question of "Which Came First, the Egg
or the Chicken?" was about to begin. Whereupon, everybody grabbed her medals
and ran helter-Skelter over to the city hall . . .
By the time I reached the auditorium, the debate was over. Janie had won, and
Dick was still lying on the floor exhausted and receiving medical care from the doctor,
Lewis Neff. Then Beeman Mowery. our senator, announced that we had with us three
outstanding missionaries from China. George Lohr, Tom Krieg, and Bob Anthony, who
were going to talk to us on the bad effects of alcohol, tobacco, and gambling . . .
I was walking down a busy street. On a poster near by I saw a picture of Oscar
Bartholomew who was posing for toothpaste ads. A large sign loomed up in front
of me advertising the dairy farm of Clyde Allbery, Floyd Donaldson. and Bob Fox:
and to the left of it was another advertisement proclaiming the worth of the farm
implements sold by the Nihiser Boys. Harold and Lester. Just then l came to a small
neon sign with the words, The Flubhead Tribune, Editor, John McBroom. Naturally l
had to go see old John who was in his office with the newspaper artist, Anne Phillips,
looking over a booklet called "What's This of the Class of '47?" We found out some
very interesting things. Jack Fox and Don Wells were arguing over Einstein's theory
which they had rewritten.
lrene Lott was owner of a very smart dress shop: her high-pressure salesladies were
Regina Proctor, Delores Souders, Lenora Miller, and Vivian l-larble. Stanley Soliday,
Jack Robinette. and Jim Lehman were test pilots for one of the large airplane lines.
Bonnie Beery. Faye Beery, and Martha Miller had just started a new line of cosmetics
called the Beery Beauty Creams. Josie Conrad and her brother. Paul, were operating
a movie theatre in Detroit. To my surprise, Richard Bowers was now the owner of the
largest Ford Agency in Ohio. Mary Anne Geiger and Marcia Eberst were running an
agency to illustrate to beginners the principles of parking an automobile. Pete Heine
had missed Guam so much that he had gone back to live there and had become the
first mayor of Guam. On that one l gave up and turned to leave. and just then realized
that l wasn't in the newspaper office at all, but . . .
ln front of a large stage instead. Just then Marilyn Jacoby, Margee Phillips, and
Betty Lou Dawson came dancing on the stage carrying purple umbrellas. By that time
I realized l was watching a Broadway musical comedy, since Jerry Hutchison. the direc-
tor, was pleading with the comedian. Joe Walburn, to come on the stage and crack
his joke. The backers of the show were two multimillionaires, George Haney. a morti-
cian, and Odie O'Donnell. a banker. Next, Tom Brown. the star, came on tap dancing
while juggling several milk bottles. He was followed by a barbershop quartette com-
posed of Harold Blackston. Jack North, David lnboden, and Ralph Clark singing "Mar-
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
DALE MOWERY JACK WARNER SHIRLEY BRANDON LAWRENCE SCI-IAAD
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
unior C6155 .Mdfory
Strange as it may seem three ot the best years ot our Iite have slipped by and
now are just memories.
The tirst year we were Freshmen. That year we undertook greater responsibilities
and completed them successtuIIy. These accomplishments aided greatly in making us
more grown up.
Then came our Sophomore year with the thriII of entering Senior I-Iigh, but we
did not appreciate being the lowest class after being the highest in Junior High. Aside
from that tact. we were nearing our long sought-atter goaI.
Now up to the present day. as Juniors we have been faced with many problems
throughout the year. One was working to give the Seniors their weII-deserved rewards.
Another matter ot concern was the seiection ot the cIass rings and pins.
As we Iook forward to one more year in school, we hope that we shall meet as
much success as we have in the past.
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Row I-K. Acker, J. Adcock. M. Allison. L. Bateman, K. Bell, L. Blum, D. Bowers, S. Brandon. J
Brantley, M. Brimner.
Row 2-B. Broolcs, C. Brown, W. Brown, E. Butler, L. A. Campbell, B. Clarlr. B. Coalcley. M. S
Cruise. D. Dawley. D. Den.
Row 3-W. Dieble, R. Dolan, J. Donahue, D. Dotson. L. Edwards, N. Fickel. J. Fish. L. Flood. I
Frazier. R. Freeman.
Row 4-D. Gabriel. B..Goodlive, J. Gliclc, M. L. Glick, W. Greene, W. Griffith. E. Hankison, A. L
Harden, M. Hartsoclr. J. Heclcert.
Row 5-R. Hemswortlm, J. Henderson. B. Helber, L. Hiles, D. Hupp, J. Huston, J. Howdysliell, W.
Keels. J. Kuhn, E. K'Miller. '
. Row 6-M. K'Miller, J. Krannitz. V. Kulwn, L. Lafterty. J. Latferty, M. Larimer, A. Lehman, M
Lehman, D. Leonard, M. Lloyd.
Row 7-D. J. Locke. L. Mace, J. A. Marsh. D. Mason, G. Mathias. J. McLain, G. Meadows, L
Miller, K. Molwler, R. Molwler. -
Row 8-E. Mowery. L. Mowery. C. Nixon, L. Phelps, L. Pittman, M. E. Pittman, L. Pritts. M1 Proctor
P. Proctor. B. Redd.
Row 9-D. B. Rheinsclneld, L. Ringlmiser, M. M. Richards, M. Riddle. B. L. Risclr. T. Robb. L
Sclwaad, T. Schorr. G. Sharb. L. Shaw.
Row IO--G. Slwonlc, J. S. Slnorr, B. Smitln, J. Spaclrey, J. Spence, B. Stallsrnith, N. Starclwer, O.
Stump, K. Summers, R. Summers.
Row Il-J. Thomas, J. A. Thomas, G. Tuclcer, R. Vollmer, R. Walker, J. Walsh. J. Warner, C
Williams, D. Wilson. C. Woodard, J. Woods.
DUANE EDWARD MUNDY WILMA LORAINE FRAZIER
The students and taculty members ot Logan Senior High School were greatly
saddened during this school year by the deaths ot two members of the Class ot I948.
Duane Edward Mundy and Wilma Loraine Frazier. Fond memories ot these two stu-
dents will long be cherished. tor both are remembered by schoolmates and teachers
alike with real attection.
Duane Edward Mundy was born May 23, l93O, and died on December I3, I946,
following a prolonged illness. Duane's persistence in attending school when he was
no longer physically able to do so and his strong determination to work to the last
were outstanding among his characteristics, and they shall serve as fine examples for
his many friends to tollow.
Wilma Loraine Frazier was born February I4, l93O, and died as a result ot in-
juries received in a tragic automobile accident which occurred near Ely, Nevada, .lan-
uary 7, I947. All who were acquainted with Wilma knew her warm friendly manner
and her cheerful disposition. Because of these qualities. which endeared her to many,
the memory of Wilma will always be a happy one-an inspiration to others to be
friendly, cheerful. and happy in order to make the lives ot associates more pleasant.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
EDDIE WALLACE BETTY WRIGHT ROBERTA SCHMITTER PAT LACKEY
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
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Let us recaII some ot our experiences since starting to schooI.
Wasn't it tun when we were in grade schooI? When we tinaIIy reached the sixth
grade, we were at the height ot our enjoyment because we, at Iast, were the oIdest in
As we entered Junior I-Iigh School, we met many new friends. Remember our
enjoyment and bewiIderment as we changed classes for the first severaI times? Studies
were becoming more complicatedbut also more interesting.
Can you recaII the pride we "Freshmen" teIt? Our first cIass otticers were, presi-
dent, Eddie WaIIaceg vice president, Leo WaIIace: secretary, PhyIIis Shorr: and trea-
surer, Patricia Lackey. We attended social activities such as sociaI efficiency classes,
the FootbaII Dance and the Basketball Dance: how long we waited to take part in
Remember how pIeasant it was when entering Senior High School to be with the
Juniors and Seniors? For our second time we attended the FootbaII and BasketbaII
dancesg what an honor it was to attend the Junior-Senior Prom!
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Row I-D. Angle. J. Auclcer. B. Aurand, M. L. Bachus, L. Bails, F. Berry, E. Bell, B. Beougher. M.
A. Beougher. J. Beougher.
Row 2-H. Blaclcston, D. Blosser, S. Blosser. B. Bowles, J. Brantly. J. Brown. M. Campbell, C. Carter.
M. Christman. H. Chriswell.
Row 3-H. Chriswell, A. Columber, M. Conlcle, J. Connors, G. Culberston, V. Davis. M. C. Dolan.
B. Dowler. M. Dye, M. Ellinger.
Row 4-H. Epstein, D. Farley. B. Fislc. S. Ford, B. Fox, K. Fox, J. Gabriel, M. Garvericlc, J. Geiger.
Row 5-L. Griffith, P. Glass, E. Goss. M. J. Graham. M. Green, R. Guess. D. Hanlcison. l. Hanner
N. Harsh. J. Hansley.
Row 6-K. Hartman, P. Heine, H. Hiles. K. Holmes, D. Hughes, B. lnboden, W. Jewell, C. Judy.
C. Judy. J. Kornmiller.
Row T'-D. Kl'r1e. D. Kimbel, P. Killbarger, M. A. Kern, M. A. Keclc. P. Lackey, S. Larimer. L. Lash.
R. Leasure. J. Lefller.
Row 8-C. Lindsey. P. Martin, D. Martin, R. Mason, A. Mason, H. McKinley. B. Meadows. M. M.
Meyers. B. Mock, J. Moore.
Row 9-N. Moshier, D. Myers, J. Myers, J. Nixon, S. Norris, E. Nutter. S. Nutter. C. Oblinger. C.
Park, N. Perkins.
Row I0-G. Phillips, W. Proctor, L. Richards, C. B. Rempel. W. Rienschield, B. Ringhiser, J. Ruff
P. Rose, B. Rutter, J. Sater.
Row ll-B. Saxton, C. Schorr, R. Schmitter. D. Shaw, M. Sheppard. R. Shonlc. M. Shonk, P. Shorr '
J. A, Shriner, B. Sigler.
Sophomore Class lCon1'inuecll
Row I-R. Sinnot, J. Snifl, R. Smith, V. Smith, R. Soliday, J. Souders, D. Spaclcey, J. Stivison, D
Struble, R. Summers.
Row 2-L. Swain, P. Swartz, M. Taylor, P. Tucker, H. Uclcer, M, Uclcer, G. Van Atta, J. Voris, E
Wallace, L. Wallace. v
Row 3-M. Wallace, D. Wallccr, N. Warthman, M. Wells, K. West, R. Woods, B. Wright, B
Wright, M. Yates.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
JACK SMITH GEORGE OURS MARY JO GORDON BOB SIMMS
President Vice President Secretary Treasurer
jredkman Cfaaa .Mafory
Nine years ago. we, a group of very young explorers, ventured into a strange land.
Here we pursued little red hens and gingerbread boys under the guidance of a patient
first grade teacher. Upward from grade to grade we have climbed, until we have finally
reached the Freshman Class.
Never has Junior High witnessed such enthusiasms as we have shown for athletics,
dancing, and club meetings. not forgetting our conquest of nouns and verbs and the
pursuit of the elusive HX."
With the help of our newly-found parochial friends and those who "come in on
the bus," we elected class officers to work with Miss Holmes, our class sponsor.
Two new features were presented us this year-a new honor roll board and a new
principal, Mr. Hanlqison. Under his guidance we have thus far safely navigated the
charted course for this year and are looking forward expectantly to the years in Senior
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Row I-M. Abell, G. Aclrer, B. Allberry, C. Anderson, R. Anderson, K. Bail. B. Baker, G. Becker
D. Beougher, R. Bigham.
Row 2-I. Blosser. C. Boals, E. Bowers, L. Bownes, R. Brewer, B. Brown, M. Brown, B. Burgess, K
Row 3-K. Chapmen, M. Conkle, C. Conrad, C. Clapp, G. Crane, D. Dalton, P. Dalton, L. Dauben-
mire, D. Derr. M. Dixon.
Row 4-J. Donaldson, W. Dupler, K. Davis, C. Dyer, M. Edware, L. Ellis, L. Ellis, G. Erwin, C
Frasure, J. Frazee.
Row 5-F. Frazier, E. Funk. J. Gano, C. Girger, M. J. Gordon, N. Goss, S. Goss, B. Grow, A. Green
Row 6-D. Grible. B. Hanlcison, B. Harble, M. Harwood, T. Heinlein, E. Helber, K. Henderson, L
Herron, R. Hinerman, J. Howdyshell.
Row 7-B. Huston, M. Jolwnston, M, Johnston, B. Keynes, D. Kilbarger, L. Kinnison, M. Kline, B
Kornmiller, D. Kornmiller, C. Krannitz.
Row 8-P. Kuhn. E. Lanning, H. Lemon, l. Mays, D. Martin, G. Mathias. J. Mathias, D. Maulc, C
Row 9-M. Mercer, D. Merriman, C. Miller, L. Moclr, L. Mock, D. Mundy, J. Myers, C. Nelson
J. Nilwiser, F. Nixon.
Row I0-J. Norris, F. Nutter, G. Ours, P. Pennell, R. Peppers, E. Phillips, D. Poling, C. Polsley. B
Raliferty, N. Redick.
Row II-R. Rempel, B. Richards, V. Riddle. P. Ringhiser, B. Rose, B. Roley, J. Saving, B. Schaad
J. Scott, T. Shanley.
Freshman Class lContinuecll
Row I-R. Schein, B. Simms, C. Swift, R. Slciver. B. Smith, J. Smith, M. Souders, B. Steele, R
Stephenson, C. Summers.
Row 2-G. Surber, A. Tolliver, D. Tuclcer. D. Tucker, H. Watson, R. Wahl, P. Weed. R. Weiland
C. Weis, M. Wells.
Row 3-J. West, M. White, L. Williams, H. Wilson. N. Woodard. J. Yates, O. Yates.
SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
This year, as always in the past, the Senior l-ligh Student Council has again lived
up to its original purpose ot creating and maintaining high standards ot good citizen-
ship, scholarship, and character and has promoted all worthy activities among the
This year the student governing body has been very active with regular meetings
once a week.
They have promoted the election ot the football queen, the annual tootball and
basketball dances as well as intormal dances atter scheduled basketball games. They
also handled the concession at the district tournaments.
Under the very capable supervision ot Mr. Kirk and the cooperation ot the student
body the council has been very successtul. The otticers ot the present year are: Ned
Myers, President: Dick l-loll, Vice President: Phyllis Shorr, Secretary: Bob Fisk, Treasurer.
Row l--K. Bell, M. Jacoby, B, Fisk, P. Shorr, D. t-loll, N. Myers, J, Donahue.
Row 2--Mr. Kirk, T. Brown, K. Summ-Qrs, B. Goodlivc, R. Soliday, R. Woods.
JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Council consists ot tive ninth graders, tour eighth graders, tour
seventh graders with all students, teachers, and the principal participating.
The purposes are to unity under one central control all student organizations, to
aid in administering the internal attairs ot the school, to promote the general activities
ot the school, to foster sentiments ot law and order, and to develop a growing appref
ciation ot membership in a democracy.
The Student Council, this year. has promoted the corridor patrol system, the lunch
hour monitor system, the honor roll bulletin, a magazine drive, assembly programs, in-
tramural baslcetball games, school parties, the purchase ot new tlags and motion pic-
Row I-.lack Smith, James Donaldson, Mary E. Greathouse, Treasurer: Donald Maulc, Prcsidcnt:
Wardwell Myers, Vice President: Shirley Buntz, Sccrctary.
Row 2-Marilyn Saxton, Marjorie Krieg, Marilyn Srnoot, Betty Frasure, Alice J. Grcathousc, William
Grove, Orval Yates, Miss Larimer, adviser.
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Business Manager .,.. .
Assistant Business Manager ..
Advertising Manager .,...,,
Assistant Advertising Manager
Feature Editor ..,,.., . ..
Boys' Sports Editor .
Girls' Sports Editor . .
Activities Editor ..
Music Editor ...
Alumni Editor ..
Photographer ...., .
Senior Class Reporter .
Junior Class Reporter .....
Sophomore Class Reporter ..
Erestirnan Class Reporter . .
Typists ,,..... ,,,..,......
Art Worlc by .... ...Nancy
. . . . .Bolo Warner
...Betty Lou Riscti
. Jaclc Robinette
. . ..... Ned Eiclcel
. . . . .Marilyn Jacoby
. . . .Ned Myers
. . . . .Anne Phillips
. . , . . .Nancy Young
. . . .Malcolm Dollmatsclw
..... Joan Spaclxey
. . . .Roberta Sclwmitter
. . . .Norma Jean Hanna, Irene Lott, and Ardella Streets
Young, Pat Heine, Anne Phillips, Nora Warthman, and
Millie Busltirlc, Under Supervision ot Miss Opal Wylie
... ................ .... M ax O. Mclfitriclc
Row I-Judy Glass, Janie Von Lohr, Bob Anthony, Torn Brown, Richard Bowers, Marilyn Jacoby,
Adaline Ruble, Mary Ann Geiger, Jody Ogg.
Row 2+Gaylc Mathias, Mildred Buslcirk, Dixie Spaclccy, Tcrusa Geiger, Marilyn Cuavcriclc, Norma
Jcan Hanna, Mona Funlr, Bud Geiger, Buzzie Mason.
Row 3+Frances Freeman, Janice Satcr, Nan Young, Mary Ann Moriarty, Anne Phillips, Jayne
Shrincr, Phyllis Shorr, Howard Epstein.
Row 4-Marjorie Campbell, Nancy Perlcins, Jaclr Robinctt-3, Jerry Connor, Francis O'Donncll.
Row 5-Jim Donahue, Malcolm Dollmatsch, Don Bowers, Frank Maze, Joe Walburn, Miss Hamilton.
The Players' Guild is an organized group ot torty members, consisting ot sopho-
mores, juniors, and seniors selected by try-outs on the basis ot voice and action tests.
These high school students are interested in dramatics, and in attaining more
knowledge about the arts ot the stage,
The following otticers were elected this year: Tom Brown, President, Richard
Bowers, Vice President: Marilyn Jacoby, Secretary, Adaline Ruble, Treasurer. Club
meetings are held the second and tourth Thursday evenings ot each month.
On Friday evening, November 22, I946, the Players' Guild attended the Hartman
Theatre to see "Up in Central Park," an hilarious musical comedy.
The success ot the club is not only due to the otticers and the various committees,
but to Miss l-lamilton, our adviser.
The Library Club is composed ot 85 members, lt holds semi-monthly meetings.
Our adviser is Mrs. Mary Blausius. She is in charge ot both senior and junior high
For Library Club work, a I 4 credit is allotted each year.
This year's major event was a skating party that was held on March l8, at the
Grotto Skating Rink. Our chaperon was Miss Schuler.
Otticers ot this club tor i946-I947 are: Adaline Ruble, president, Josephine Con-
rad, vice president: Ruth Dolan, treasurer and Mary Ann Moriarity is the secretary.
The Library Club has purchased ditterent books tor the Library.
Pins and medals were available tor the members.
Row I--Leroy Phelps, Bob Anthony, Paul Hiles, Floyd Donaldson, Torn Robb.
Row 2-Norma Harsh, Helen Blackston, Evelyn Nutter, Adalinr: Ruble, Josephine Conrad, Mary
Anne Moriarity, Ruth Dolan, Donna Rhcinscheld, Betty Smith, Lenora Swaim, Esther Goss.
Row 3--Lillian Ringhiser, Loretta Shaw, Leona Flood, Mary Richards, Jean Frazier, Anita Columbcr,
J. A. Heckert, M. Sue Cruise, Jean Ann Marsh, Mary Lou Glick, Jean Huston, Margaret Riddle, Mary
Lloyd, Mary Ucker.
Row 4-Juanita Voris, Charlene Woodard, Wilma Brown, Charlotte Blake, Emogene Hanncr,
Jeanne Kornmrller, Doris Blosscr, Dorothy Martin, Alice Casto, Wilma Standitord, Dottie Hupp, Audrey
Lehman, Mary Ann Beougher, Mary Bachus, Wanda Keels.
Row 5--Millie Buskirk, Mary Dolan, Kathryn Fox, Sue Blosser, Marcella Shepherd, Norma Jean
Hanna, Joan Thomas, Rosemary Summers, Martha Lehman, Joan Spackey, Linda Latterty, Kathleen
Bell, Joe Ella Adcock, Lctha Lau Miller, Theresa Schorr, Ruth Guess.
Row 6--Judy Walsh, Dora Locke, Leona Blackstone, Betty lnboden, Ruth Summers, Frances Erec-
man, Mary Frantz, Mariorie Hartsock, Sally Ford, Lois Edwards, Leota Pittman, Mary E. Pittman, Wilma
THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economics Club was organized in Logan l-ligh School in l92I. It aims
to turther interests in the home and present day problems ot home living as well as to
develop leadership, poise, and executive ability among the members. The club, under
the supervision ot Miss Roclchold, is composed ot members ot the junior and senior
students in advanced Home Economics classes.
Meetings are held the second Thursday ot each month in the Home Economics
department or in homes ot members ot the club. Programs are planned and carried
out by members ot the organization, sometimes assisted by out ot school local talent.
The students chosen tor otticers are: Norma Jean McMillan, President: Betty
Smith, Vice President: Margee Phillips, Secretary: Faye Beery, Treasurer, and Martha
Sue Cruise, News Reporter.
Row l-Norma McMillin, Bctty Smith, Margcc Phillips, Fayc Buffy, Martha Suv Cruisv.
Row 2gBctty Bcoughcr, Delores Norris. Martha Millcr, Julia Kuhn,
Row 3-Jcaninc Spcncc, Joc Ella Adcoclc, Lillian Ringhiscr, Jean Haddox, Miss Roclchold.
Row 4-Thcrcsa Schorr, Mona Proctor, Marjorie Hartsoclc, Dottie Windsor, Kathlccn Bt-Il,
omahufi, M. DolJmaiscJ1, J. Wfurmxir, D, Mfvwry, D. HQJJ, R. Bowers, D. BQJJ, G. Lofwr, B. Wrwght, L, HRJQS, J. Hutclwx
B. Mowcry E, WGJJHCK' B. Warner B. Fisk
D, Wxgis P. Ccbrvrad
W. G rfwl m J. McLain
N. Fickx-J D. Gabm-I
I.. Mr X,-. fly J. Robirwcttg
K. Summvs K. Ackcrs
J. cfm. N. MWS T. eww. H. Ewmgm, J. McBroom, G, Haney
The Hi-Y Club is a National Organization composed ot sophomore, junior, and
senior boys with the purpose to create. maintain, and extend throughout the school
and community a higher standard ot Christian character.
The members of this organization are no better than any ot the other high school
boys. but they are in the Hi-Y to see that the above purpose is carried out.
The Hi-Y boys also have the slogan: "Clean speech, clean living, clean athletics,
and clean scholarship in the school."
This year, as in previous years, the club carried out several of its annual projects.
Une ot these projects was the distribution ot baskets ot food to the needy at Thanks-
giving. To obtain this tood, baskets were placed in each ot the tive school buildings
with a Hi-Y member in charge of each building.
These members were: Bob Warner, Dick Holi. Dave Bell, Ned Myers, and Dale
Another ot our projects was collecting money tor the Red Cross during their cam-
paign this year. Twelve members ot the Hi-Y and twelve Y-Teen girls participated in
this collection. The boys participating were: Tom Brown, Dick Holl, George Haney,
Bob Warner. Dave Bell. Jerry Hutchison, John McBroom, Jim Cole, Dale Mowery, Bee-
man Mowery, Richard Bowers, and Lee Hiles.
The other project which we undertook this year was the furnishing ot programs
and the selling of refreshments at football games.
This years Hi-Y Club officers are: Tom Brown, President: John McBroom, Vice
President: Jim Cole. Secretary: George Haney, Treasurer: Ned Myers, Chaplain: Mr.
Harley Ellinger, Club Adviser.
The Satety Valve was organized in order that the speech students might better
their skill in public speaking, overcome their tear ot audiences, become a better listen-
ing audience, and use parliamentary procedure. Regular meetings are held every
Franklin Maze is credited with the composition ot the unusual name ot the club.
l-lis theory is that a speech club is a device tor letting ott steamy hence, the name
The organization has undertaken several projects this year. The members, in
order to gain experiences, assumed the responsibility ot conducting assemblies and
making school announcements.
The otticers are: Beeman Mowery, President: John McBroom, Vice Presidentg Janie
von Lohr, Secretary: Tom Brown, Treasurer: and Dick l-loll, parliamentarian. Miss
l-lamilton is the taeulty adviser. Q
Jody Ogg, Beernan Mowery, John MeBroom, Janie von Lol-ir, Tom Brown, Miss Hamilton.
-Lenora Miller, Judy Glass, Delores Souders, Charlotte Blake, Nancy Young, Marilyn Jacoby, Bob Anthony,
-George Haney, Jack Fox, Bob Tschudy, Torn Krieg, Dick Holl, Francis O'Donnell, Richard Bowers, Jim Cole.
-Joe Walburn, Paul Hiles, Jerry Hutchison, Ned Myers. Stanley Soliday, Frank Maze, Dan Wells, David Bell, George Lohr
The purpose ot the Commercial Club is to promote interest and broaden knowl-
edge along the commercial lines ot business.
Membership in the club is open to all senior students in the Commercial Course
and all junior students enrolled in the same course that have a "B" average or better
tor the tirst semester.
Otticers ot the club tor this year are: Anne Phillips, president: Marcia Eberst, vice
president: Betty Palmer, secretary-treasurer: Mr. McKitriclc, faculty adviser.
Regular business meetings are held each month.
This year's senior members selected a pin that will be considered the otticial pin
ot the club tor the years that tollow.
A project consisting ot rnalcing programs and selling them at the tournaments was
carried out to tinance the certificates and awards that we earned during the year.
Row I-Ann-: Phillips, Marcia Ebcrst, Bctty Palmer, Max O. Mcliitrictc.
Row 2-Lorctta Shaw, Dottie Hupp, Lou Ann Campbell, Barbara Stallsmith, Bcrnicc Redd, Jcan Haddox, Jean Daubcnmirc, Wilw
Standitord, Mary J. Boch, Mary M. Richards.
Row 3-Bctty Lou Dawson, Gaylc Mathias, Mary Anne Moriarty, Joan Thomas, Opal Stump, Lcota Pittman, Lutha Lou Mille
Dottie Windsor, Lcona Blackstone, Norma Jcan Hanna, lrenr: Lott.
Row 4-Mary E, Pittman, Frances Freeman, Ardella Slnccts, Bonnie Bccry, Vivian l-larblc, Alice Casto, Doris Dvrr, Dora Locli
Norma McMillin, Janie Roberts, Marilyn Jacoby, Josephine Conrad.
The name for the Latin Club ot I'-747 is
"Custoclia Latina Vicesima Centuria" or "Keep-
ers ot Latin in the Twentieth Century." The
motto is "Este in animo ut Hercules erat in cor-
pore" or "Be in mind as Hercules was in body."
The membership ot the club is composed
ot all students taking Latin ll. During the meet-
ings, which are held every other Friday, the
pupils become more informed about the lan-
guage' through contests and games pertaining
to Latin, through songs, and by reports and
skits. Thus the purpose ot the Club -is to stimu-
late interest in the language so that pupils may
benetit trom its many values.
The otticers are: President, Marilyn Green:
Vice President, Ronnie Soliday: Secretary-
Treasurer, Louise Lash. The faculty adviser is
Row I-Marilyn Greene, Ronnie Soliday, Louise Lash, Alice Frasch.
Row 2-Mary Margaret Yates, Martha Shonlc, Robert Shonlc, Donna Shaw, Martha Christman.
Row 3-Howard Epstein, Dixie Spaclcey, Teresa Geiger. Donna Hughes, Mary Ann Kern.
Row 4-Carl Judy, Wilma Rheinscheld, Helen Foltz, Betty Wright, Bud Geiger, Jayne'Shriner.
"La Tertulia" lThe Happy Gatheringl was
organized in the tirst semester by the members
ot the second year class for the purpose ot
creating interest in the Spanish language and
to learn about the lite and literature ot the
Spanish speaking countries with Miss Eyerman
as our adviser.
ln the second semester all those in the first
year class having a "B" average tor the tirst
semester became eligible tor membership. This
year we also had two members who are not in
either Spanish class, Bob Anthony. who has
finished both years of Spanish, and Pat Heine
who lived several years in Mexico.
During our organization meeting the officers
elected were: Joe Walburn, President: Lois ln-
boden, Vice President: Gege Weinrich, Secre-
tary: Nancy Young, Treasurer.
Row I--Joe Walburn, Lois lnboden, Gege Weinrich, Nancy Young.
Row 2-Coramay Williams, Linda Latferty. Grace Shonlc, Shirley Brandon, Barbara Stallsmith.
Row 3-Jo Sue Shorr, Jo Ann Spaclcey, Kathleen Bell, Adaline Ruble. Judy Glass.
Row 4-Marilyn Brimner, Lawrence Shaad. Amy Lou Harden, Mary Ann Geiger. Jody Ogg, Pat
Heine, Bob Anthony.
Row I-Bernice Redd, Barbara Stallsmith, Gege Weinrich, Lois lnboden, Judy Glass, Janie von
Lohr, M. A. Geiger, Vivian L. Harblc, Anne Phillips, Adaline Ruble, Marilyn Jacoby.
Row 2-Judy Walsh, Marilyn Brimner, Betty Smith, Helen Schrader, J. Heelcert. Shirley Brandon,
Martha Sue Cruise, Donna Rheinseheld, Mary Lloyd, Charlotte Blaine, Betty Lou Riseh, Jean Fladdox.
Row 3-Faye Beary, Jo Sue Shorr, Mary Frantz, Norma Jean Hanna, Dottie Hupp, Grace Shonlc,
Coramay Williams, Kathleen Bell, Charlene Woodard, Martha Allison, Gayle Mathias, Jo Spaclxey, Alice
Casto, Martha Larimer.
Row 4--Martha Lehman, Margaret Riddle, Norma Starcher, Wavcline Grittith, Norma MeMillin,
Linda Latterty, Emma l-lankison. Wilma Brown, Mary Anne Moriarty, Nancy Young, Frieda Campbell,
Theresa Sehorr, Letha Lou Miller.
Row 5fOpal Stump. Rosemary Summers. Ruth Dolan, Frances Freeman, Janie Roberts, Helen
Foltz, Jo Ella Adcock, Dora Jo Locke, Marjorie Hartsoclc, Marcia Eberst, Wanda Keels. Josephine
The Y-Teens were formerly known as the Girl Reserves. Many factors led to this
change of name. Since the organization is a junior branch of the world-wide Y.W.
C.A.. members of the National Board felt that the name should include Y or Y.W.C.A.
Also they felt it should describe the age group of the girls.
The purpose of the club is "To Find and Give the Best." The motto "To Face
Life Squarely" is an inspiration to every member.
Membership is open to any girl of the two upper classes in the high school who
will subscribe to the stated purpose of the organization. Meetings are held every
second and fourth Tuesday night of the month. Along with the regular business meet-
ing the program committee provides interesting entertainment. For the more serious
side the devotional committee conducts devotions at each meeting.
The work of the Y-Teens covered a wide field this year. At Thanksgiving and
Christmas, baskets were given to those in need. The financial committee sold re-
freshments at all of the home basketball games. This committee also sold pencils
with the basketball schedule on them to the students. The social committee gave
dancing lessons for those girls who were interested. However. the most important
effort of the girls was to organize a Y.W.C.A. chapter here in Logan. They met with
many difficulties, but they handled the situation well.
Several impressive ceremonies have been held throughout the year. A camp fire
ceremonial was certainly beautiful in its simplicity. Each girl carried a candle which
added to the beauty of the scene. Hymns were sung by the girls whose voices rose
clear and melodious in the night. It was something they would remember in the years
to come. Another rite which is held annually is the recognition ceremony. The new
members are formally initiated. One part which is especially outstanding is the pin-
ning of flowers on the Y-Teen symbol. Tea was served to the mothers who were guests
of the girls.
Last summer the organization sent two of its members to a Y-Teen camp. Lois
lnboden and Janie von Lohr were the lucky ones to go. Here they received informa-
tion necessary for the efficient and interesting club.
Miss Eyerman, the faculty adviser for the club, guided the girls throughout the
year. The officers who served the club were Lois lnboden, President: Judy Glass, Vice
President: Janie von Lohr, Secretary: and Mary Ann Geiger. Treasurer.
The Social Efficiency Club of the Freshman Class was reorganized this year under
the name Teen-Timers.
As in the past, the purpose of the organization is to 'acquaint members with the
social situations which they will meet during their high school years and create a teel-
ing ot confidence and poise to meet these situations gracefully. Ballroom dancing
is one ot the activities in which the group became skilled.
A The faculty advisers for the group were: Miss Holmes, Miss Lee. and Mr. Allen.
Mr. Joe Gabriel was the dancing instructor. There were eighty members ot the class
enrolled in the group which met once a week tor twelve weeks.
The meetings were devoted to discussions on manners and practice in dancing.
As the climax ot the year, the present group entertained last year's members at
an informal dance in the junior high gym. At the last meeting the Teen-Timers invited
adult friends as guests ot honor.
- TOP SECTION
Row I-Marion Allen, Mary Jo Gordon, Carol Clapp. Nancy White, George Ours. Eleanor E. Lee,
Sally A. Holmes.
Row 2-Jack Smith, Gloria Becker, Carroll McMillen, Rhelna Jewell, David Derr, Freda Nixon, Bill
Rose, Evelyn Lanning, Neil Goss, Peggy Ringhiser, Kenneth Bail.
Row 3--Margee Wells, Rudy Rempel, Betty Schaad. Cecil Weis. Alice Green. Charles Krannitz,
Leona Mock, John Saving, Verna Riddle, Jim Myers, Mary Lou Abell.
Row 4-Dick Poling, Mary B. Johnston, Jimmie Broglin, Louise Ellis, Raymond Anderson, Thomas
Shanley, Janet Lou Norris, Olcey Foltz, Carol Summers, Bob Simms, Jo Ann Nihiser, Donald Mauk.
Row I-Leola Mock, Bill Richards, Bonnie T. Harble, Jim Frazee, Carol Dyer, Wayne Dupler,
Norma Woodard, Fred R. Nutter, Marjorie Harwood, Bill Allbery.
Row 2-Sam Goss, Rose Weiland, Leland Williams, Laura Bownes, Bob Kornmiller, Jenny Jo Gano,
Orval Yates, Norma Jean Redick, Carroll Polsley, Donna Dalton, Jim West. Betty Hankison.
Row 3-Harry Watson, Don Gribble, Katy Green, Dick Martin, Ralph Hinerman, James Donaldson.
Kathryn Davis, Bob Keynes, Margaret J. Johnston. Pete Kuhn. Mary Dixon, John Yates.
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Row l--Clyde Allbery, Harold Nihiser, Max Carpenter, Jack North, Jack Glick, Lester Nihiscr,
Howard W. Nowels.
Row 2-John Brown, Jack Souders, Frank Frazier, Dale Tucker, Kenneth Bail, Keith Henderson, Jack
Mathias, Kenneth Buttrick. Gene Mathias, Paul Dalton.
Row 3--Paige Martin, Don Ansel, Herbert McKinley, Joe Howdyshell, Gibeon Sharb, Bob Helber,
Don Kline, John Engle, David lnbodcn, Orvai Yates.
Row 4-Ralph Clark, Lowell Blum, Jim Moore, John Yates, Merle Ellinger, Ralph Walkcr, George
Meadows, George Ours, Bob Huston.
Row 5--Earl Funk, Harold Wilson, John L. Tubbs, Delrner Wilson, lerry Brantley, Bill Saxton, Russel
Mason, Homer Hartsock, Lewis Nctt, Ray Freeman, Billy Beougher.
The Future Farmers ot America is a national organization ot tarm boys that
reaches trom the State ot Washington to Puerto Rico, and from the State ot Maine
Objectives ot the Chief Logan Chapter are to develop leadership, promote thritt,
encourage co-operative ettort, to improve our homes and surroundings, to promote
scholarship, and provide recreation.
There are tour ditterent degrees in the organization. They are: Green Hand.
Future Farmer, State Farmer, and American Farmer. We have titty-two members in our
Chapter. Our motto is: "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live, and Living
to serve." The otticers are: Clyde Allbery, President: Harold Nihiser, Vice President:
Max Carpenter, Secretary: Jack North, Treasurer: Lester Nihiser, Reporter: Jack Glick,
Sergeant at Arms: and Mr. Howard Nowels, Adviser.
Row l-Mae Mills, Lennie Henry, Ruth Mathias, Ethel Frazcc, Gertie Harden.
Row 2fJosephine Conrad, Audrey Lehman, Mary Bachus, Regina Proctor, Julia Kuhn, Charlott
Blake, Joanne Hansley. L
Row 3-Lillian Ringhiser, Richard Smith, Lois Grittith, Jaclc Nixon, Jeanne Kornmiller, Eddi
Wallace, Betty Inboden. L
Logan High School has been participating in a nation wide school lunch program
sponsored jointly by the United States Department ot Agriculture and the Ohio State
Department ot Education. Financial aid is granted to schools under this program in
the hope that by proper diet and eating habits, malnutrition, and delinquency may
Approximately 400 students ot the Junior and Senior High Schools and Central
Grade School are served a well balanced, hot meal daily. Children unable to pay are
served tree ot charge.
Miss Roclchold ot the Home Economics Department is supervisor ot the program.
Ruth Mathias, ot the ottice statt. is assistant cashier while Mrs. Frazee, Mrs. Henry,
Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Harden are in charge ot the tood preparation.
A group ot high school girls and boys donate their time to malce it possible to
serve in the allotted period.
LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL BAND
The Logan High School Band, under the direction of Mr. James Horwell, partici-
pated in numerous activities during the I946-47 season. It attended most of the
out-of-town football games, took part in the Christmas parade in Columbus, and pre-
sented its annual concert in April. .
Some of the members played in the Music Festival which was held March 29, at
All of the Band members received new uniforms this year for which they wish to
thank the Band Boosters which made them possible.
The following seniors received keys: Margee Phillips, Majorette: Oscar Bartholo-
mew, Baritone: Richard Bowers, Bass: Margaret Hanner, Trumpet: Norma Jean McMil-
lin, Trombone: Malcolm Dollmatsch, Trombone.
The following Band members were awarded letters for three years service: Marilyn
Garverick, Marilyn Greene, Donna Rheinscheld: Claraloelle Rempel, Shirley Larimer,
Nancy Perkins, Kent Holmes, Marcia Taylor, Malcolm Dollmatsch.
The following Majorettes were awarded letters: Rosie Sinnott, Wilma Brown,
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Row I--Betty Bowles, Shirley Brandon, Donna Bell Rheinschield, Bernice Redd, Martha Sue Cruise,
Lou Ann Campbell, Marcia Taylor, Lois lnboden, Ned Ficlrel, Ken Aclrers, Williard Dieble, Torn Brown.
Row 2-Jo Sue Shorr, Marilyn Brinnner, Jean Proctor, Wanda Proctor, Marilyn Jacoby, Marilyn
Garvericlr, Rosie Sinnott, Dottie Windsor, Bill Goodlive, Leo Wallace.
Row 3--Nancy Young, Roberta Mohler, Gege Weinrich, Corarnay Williams, Mona Proctor, Cclia
Parlc, Anne Phillips, Roberta Schmitter, Joe Walburn, Francis O'Donnel, Jim McLain, Jim Cole.
Row 4-Vivian l-larble, Wilma Brown, Josephine Conrad, Norrna McMillin, Jody Ogg, Mildred
Buslsirlr, Phyllis Shorr, Lewis Nell, Jim Lehman, Don Wells, Malcolm Dollmatsch, Ned Myers.
A CAPELLA CHOIR
The school year found a group of boys and girls meeting during school and singing
a variety of songs.
The first project of this group was the presentation of Handel's "Messiah" which
was presented in the high school auditorium the week before Christmas. At this time
they invited members of the various church choirs to sing with them. Mrs. Walter
Prather and Miss Jean Ann Prather were the accompanists. Soloists were Walter Pra-
ther, Ralph Poston. Vivian Poston, and Mrs. J. G. Cole.
After the Christmas Holidays the group joined with the boys and girls glee clubs
in the presentation of the operetta "Riding Down the Sky." Several students from
this group were selected for leading parts. Bernice Redd. Martha Sue Cruise. Nancy
Young, Eugenia Weinrich, Ned Myers. Francis O'Donnell. Joe Walburn, Tom Brown.
and Jack Thomas. Jean Ann Prather was then accompanist. The lovely scenery for
this production was designed and painted by Patty Heine.
From this attention was turned to the Music Festival to be held in Jackson and
intensive drill was spent on this music, as just two weeks elapsed between the operetta
and this festival.
The members of this group are planning to help with the commencement exercises.
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS
The school year 'Found ninety girls signed up in Glee Club. They were divided
into two groups. one known as the advanced glee club, the other known as the be-
ginning group. Rehearsals for both of these groups were held twice a week.
After the Christmas vacation work was started on the operetta. For several weeks
the girls worked in class, then the last week joined with the boys glee club and the
choir in the presentation of "Riding Down the Sky."
The last appearance of the group was in May.
GIRLS' A GLEE CLUB
Row I-Reenee Woods, Catherine Lindsay, Kathryn Fox, Ruth Guess, Norma Harsh, Jeanne Korn-
miller, Emogene Hanner, Dottie Hupp, Mary Margaret Yates, Joanne Stivison, Donna Hughes, Jean
Row 2-Clarabelle Rempel, Mary Margaret Myers. Mary Ann Beougher, Lillian Richards, Dixie
Spackey, Gayle Mathias, Jayne Shriner, Marilyn Green, Ada Mason, Margie Dye, Mary Ann Kern,
Ocean Tucker, Frieda Campbell, Margaret Ann Hanner, Betty Dowler.
Row 3-Mary Wallace, Martha Christman, Doris Farley. Mary Jo Graham, Doris Blosser, Shirley
Larimer, Pat Lackey, Doris Kline. Sally Ford, Miriam Wells, Patty Swartz, Joanne Hansley.
Row 4-Violet Davis, Donna Shaw, Louise Lash. Janie Roberts, Margee Campbell, Wilma Rhein-
scheld, Betty Lou Dawson.
GIRLS' B GLEE CLUB
Row I-Norma Starcher, Nola Warthman, Betty Ringhiser, Linda Latterty, Martha Miller, Mary
Richards, Margee Phillips, Anita Columber, Jean Haddox, Margaret Riddle.
Row 2-Jean Daubenmire, Catherine West, Jean Letfler, Helen Blackston, Mary Bachus. Jeanine
Spence, Alice Casto. Faye Beery, Wilma Standitord.
Row 3-Evelyn Nutter, Coletta Judy, Bonnie Fox, Frances Beery, Mary Ann Moriarty, Frances
Freeman, Lois Edwards, Opal Stump, Mary Dolan, Jean Marsh.
Forty-tive boys attended the opening rehearsal ot the glee club. After testing
voices and assigning them to parts they were ready to go.
The tirst appearance ot this group was before the high school students. A tew
ot the boys were chosen to sing with the choir tor their Christmas program.
Atter the second semester work was started on the Operetta. From this group
ot boys three were chosen tor leads in the production "Riding Down the Sky."
Row I-Kent Holmes, Keith Summers, Buzzie Mason, Herbert Hiles. Harold Barton, Donald
Kimble. Charles L. Nixon.
Row 2-.lack Nixon, John Latterty. Gerald Culbertson, Harold Blaekston, Clarence Oblinger, Leon-
ard Pritts, Da e C. Walker, Pat Rose.
Row 3-Dave Myers, Keith Hartmann, George Tucker, Ed Butler, Ralph l-lemsworth, Jerry Connor
Richard Smith, Boyd Wright, Ray Leasure, Leroy Mowery.
Row 4-Jerry Hutchison, .lohn McBroom, David Bell, Eddie Wallace, Joe Aukcr, Don Wells, Stanley
Soliday, Glen Van Atta, Jim Donahue, Jack Warner, Lee Hilcs, Stanley Norris.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
Football practice started this tall under the direction ot Head Coach Tom Arm-
strong and his helper, Marion Allen. The season did not look any too bright with only
tive lettermen back from the previous year, but out ot this group ot young manhood
the Coaches produced a team-a good team.
The tirst game ot the season we tied a highly favored Lancaster eleven. After
losing by one point to an under-rated B.l.S. team, we overpowered the Nelsonville
team. Then we hit a losing streak, losing tirst to Athens and then to Pomeroy, which
should not have been so. Atter getting out ot the hole, we whipped Gallipolis and
then Wellston. The tollowing week we met Middleport, who had had only three touch-
downs scored against them all season, and we took them to the cleaners by scoring
three touchdowns to their one. Then we rolled up our biggest score ot the season
by beating Jackson 27 to O.
Row I-Haney, Mowcry, Bartholomew, Wright, Goodlive, Lohr, McLain, Bowers, Bell, Conrad.
Row 2-Anthony, Gabriel, L. Mowery, B. Conrad, Fish, Heine, Warner, Donahue, l-loll. Wallace,
Row 3-Wells, Nihizcr, l-tiles, Soliday, O'Donnell, Clark, McBroom, Cole, B. Mowery, Summers.
Row 4-l-lamerick, Armstrong. Allcn.
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
Lancaster ........,.. ... 7
Boys'lndustnalSchool.. ... 6
Nekonvme ......., ...2I
fhthens ... .. . 6
Pomemy ... .H 6
Gauipohs ... ...I9
VVelkton . .. ...2O
Middbpod .. ...ZO
Jackson .,, ...27
RESERVE FOOTBALL SQUAD
Row I-Jim Krannitz, Jerry Connors, Don Mauk, Herb Hilcs, Ronnic Soliday, Jim Fish, Bill Rafclcrty,
Lawrence Ellis, Lonnie Bails, Leo Wallace, Ray Anderson, Wayne Hamrick, Coach.
Row 2-Bob Simms, Bob Keynes, Jim Gabriel, Pete Kuhn, Richard Skivcr, Jack Smith, Charlcs
Krannitz, Bob Burgess. Ned Carter, Dick Poling.
Row 3-Dick Smith, John Yates, Pctc Ololingcr, Bob Kornmillcr, Dick Martin, Ned Shaw, Fred
DALE MOWERY ...,
BOB EISK ..,....,..
JOHN MQBROOM ....
PAUL CONRAD ...,........ ..A.,
JACK GLICK fCaptain-electj
GEORGE HANEY .AA..
GEORGE LOI-IR ..A.
HAROLD Nli-HSER ....
JIM MCLAIN .,...
JACK WARNER ...,
Quarterback . .
Left i-ialfloack ,
Left I-iahrback .
Left Halfbacic ....
.Left Guard . ,.
.Right End ...,
. . .,..... Junior
, ..... Senior
Top Row-Ilett to rightl-
DAVE BELL ICaptainl .,.,., ...
OSCAR BARTHOLOMEW .,., ..
DICK I-IOLL, ........... ., ..
BOYD WRIGI-IT. ..
DON WELLS. , .
JIM DONAHUE. ..
BOB I-IEINE. .. .
FRANK MAZE ..LL.
EDDIE WALLACE. L.
RICHARD BOWERS .,,.
Lett End ..
Right End .
Lett End ,.
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. . . Senior
. . . Senior
. . . Senior
. . . Junior
I . . Senior
. . . Senior
. . . Senior
Name Position CIass
DON GABRIEL .........., .... L eit Guard .... Junior
FRANCIS OIDONNELL ,... .... L eff Tackle . . ... Senior
BILL GOODLIVE ...,.... ...Right Guard ... ... Junior
Row I-AdaIine Ruble, Nancy Young, Jody Ogg,
Row 2-Barbara Stallsmlth, Bernice Redd.
Row 3-Roberta Scirmitter, Shirley Brandon.
omecoming ueen ana! Courf
Our Homecoming Queen, pretty Marilyn Jacoby, reigned over the Middleport
game on November I, I946. The Queen and her court were chosen by the student
body in a general election. l-ler attendents were Anne Phillips, Mona Funk, Norma
McMillin, and Jody Ogg.
The Queen and her court, wearing lovely tormals, rode onto the tield in a gaily
decorated convertible. They were then presented with corsages trom the Student
Council and triends by the President ot Student Council, Ned Myers.
While the band honored Marilyn by forming Q U E E N, Bob Warner sang "A
Pretty Girl is Lilce a Melody."
Row I-Jody Ogg, Queen Marilyn Jacoby, Norma McMillin.
Row 2-Mona Funlc, Anne Phillips.
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With basketball practice starting in mid November, Coach Armstrong had only
four Iettermen to build a team around, only one of these being an experienced player,
but by the time the first game rolled around there was a well-shaped team.
After a few practice games we were ready for Circleville, who took us by a one
point margin. Columbus Central, defending Champions of the Columbus City League,
then rolled over us. The following week we started our League games by encountering
Pomeroy. After a close game, Pomeroy finally wound up on top by a four point lead.
Getting out of the rut, we beat Athens in our first home game on the hilltop hardwood
court. The rut again claimed a victim in the form of the Logan quintet, at the hands
of Middleport, who caught us in a post-New Year hangover. After getting our feet
under us again we whipped the Nelsonville Greyhounds, then Jackson, then we over-
powered Gallipolis with a lopsided victory. The following week we beat Wellston on
our home court. We again tasted the bitterness of defeat, this time at the hands of
Pomeroy and then Athens. The Pomeroy game started the second half of our round-
At this time we beat the Jackets of Middleport, who were up on top of the
League. To follow that up, we first swamped Nelsonville, then, in a close game, Jack-
son, then Gallipolis, before we fell. This time it was the Wellston Rockets who took
us by four points on their home court. This ended the League play, but we had big
hopes for the tournaments, only to fall to Portsmouth by one point.
This year we ended in a tie for third place with Middleport, but, despite this.
Logan had more players on the AII-Southeastern Ohio choice than any other team. We
had our ups and downs but each and every player should be proud to say that he was
a member of this squad. Logan's team this year had that determined fight, no matter
what the score. This team was outstanding for sportsmanship, ability, and cooperation.
BASKETBALL RESERVE SCORES
Team We They Team We They
Circleville ..... ,..... ...... 2 7 22 Wellston . ..... 36 22
Columbus Central ....... .,.. 8 36 Pomeroy ... ..... 30 I5
Pomeroy ..................... 9 7 Athens , .... ...., 2 I 24
Athens ... ......,..,..... .. .30 34 Middleport ... .... .34 I5
Middleport-forfeited to Logan Nelsonville , ..... 32 23
Nelsonville .............,..... I6 25 Jackson .... ..,.. 2 O I3
Jackson ...................... 28 I4 Ciallipolis . .. ..... 26 24
Gallipolis ... ..,... 40 I3 Wellston ..... 37 23
VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES
Team We They
CircIeviIIe ,.,..... .... 3 4 35
Columbus Central .,, .... 36 57
Pomeroy .,r.... ..., 3 8 42
Athens ...... .... 4 8 38
MiddIeport ,. .... 27 53
NeIsonviIIe .. .... 55 45
Jackson . .. .... 49 28
GaIIipoIis . .... 62 33
WeIIston . .... 50 38
Pomeroy , .. .,.. 46 59
Athens .. ... .,..32 37
Middleport . . ,... 58 56
NeIsonviIIe . .... 69 34
Jackson . .. .... 33 30
GaIIipoIis . ................ .... 6 I 40
Wellston , .......,............ .... 4 8 52
Portsmouth .. ...... ... ....,. . ... .48 49
Fifth . . .
Sixth . . .
While attractive decorations centered by a huge football served as the back-
ground, the annual Football Dance was held on November l5, I946.
The team members were honored guests as the dancing began at 8 o'clock to
"juke box" music. At 9:30 a program was presented which included briet talks by
the coach, our football captain Dave Bell, and Queen Marilyn Jacoby. A skit was
also presented by Bob Anthony, George Lohr, Buzz Mason, and SyliSummers.
lntermission followed after which dancing was resumed until twelve.
The annual dance in honor ot our basketball team was held in the L.H.S. gym on
March 2I, 1947. The gym was attractively decorated with Spring as the theme. A
program, presented at 9:30, included a brief talk by Johnny McBroom, basketball
Music tor dancing, which lasted from 8:00 'till 12:00, was furnished by l'lorwell's
JUNIOR SENIOR PROM
The Junior-Senior Prom was held on May 23 in L.l'l.S. gym. The program, in
which the tirst six honor students took part, began at 8:00.
The gym was attractively decorated in scarlet and white, the senior class colors.
Parents were invited to watch the program and the dancing, which was enjoyed
DANCES AFTER THE JACKSON AND NELSONVILLE GAMES
Following a practice established last year, several informal dances were held in
the gym after basketball games. The first of these dances was held after the Jackson
game and was sponsored by the Student Council.
The second dance, which was held after the Nelsonville game, was sponsored by
Horwell's Harmonaires. This orchestra 'Furnished music 'For both dances which were
well attended by students and team followers ot the respective schools.
C L A S S O F I 9 4 6
People are always wondering what the members ot last year's class are doing now.
It is the desire ot the Aerial Staff in publishing this Alumni Report to inform you ot
their whereabouts and doings.
Achauer, Woody ...... ,4... W ooster College
Adams, Allen ...,,..... Ohio State University
Adcock, Mary Jo ...,,.. Ohio State University
Allen, Paul ......... Frasure and Brown Dairy
Armstrong, Bob ...,...... Logan Bulk Station
Aurand, Paul ..,....
Hawkinson Tread Service
... .. .Logan Pottery
Bailey. Catherine .,...,........,... Columbus
Barker, Janice ....
Beall, Jacqueline .
. . . . .Ohio University
Blum. Shirley .,.. Farm Bureau, Columbus
Bowers, Betty .,...
Brown, Hal ....,....
. . . .Bliss Business College
Brown, Margaret .,.. ......,.,.....,.. I saly's
Buntz, Judy .....,..,.,,,. Lanning Motor Co.
Campbell, Mary Jane..Farmers and Merchants
Cardinal, Ruth Ann
Carr, Irene .....,.
Clark, John ...,.....
Coakley, Mary Lou
Cooper, Betty .......
. .,......,...... Logan
C. Godman Co.
Daubenmier, Gayle ,... . ,,.......,.,.. Logan
Dolan, Elaine ...,,............. Pennsylvania
Dunkle, Bob ........ Logan Home Furnishings
Eckhart, Lester . .
Emerick, Bob ...
Engle, Mary ...,
Fetherolt, Elsie .
Fickle, Bruce ..
Flood, Irene . .
Francis, MaryJean ..
Fuller, Delores ......
Graham, James .,..,
. .,........... Elberteld 5
.. ...... Elberteld's
Farmers and Merchants Bk.
...Paper Factory, Logan
...Ohio State University
Greene, Louis .......,.....,.... U. S. Navy
Haas, Harold ...... Ohio Wesleyan University
Hammond, Juanita .... Logan Foundry Otlice
Harble, Violet ........... I-l. C. Godman Co.
Hartman, Mary Lou ................ Morris's
Hartman, Robert .... .... . .C. 8: O. Railroad
Hett, Dallas .................... U. S. Navy
Hett, Patti ,..... Farmers and Merchants Bank
Heinlein, Harold ................ U. S. Army
Hite, Bertie ............ . ..,........ Married
Hemsworth, Glen ............ Ohio University
Huls, Barbara .... Western College for Women
Jacobs, Lois .......... Red Xr White Grocery
Jewell, Bob ...................... Columbus
Johnson. George ..
Kanode, June . .
Kelch, Martha ..
Kinney, Charles .
.....Ohio State University
.. .. . . . .Ohio Power Co.
K'MilIer, Mary .... .... O Flice Training School
Knox, Kenneth ........,.......,.... Dayton
Lackey, Ralph ,....... ........ . .U. S. Army
Latterty, Sally .....,
Athens Messenger, Logan
Linsey, Leroy ....... .... K eynes Mill
Littlejohn, Amy Lou ................. Logan
Lyke, Leah .......
Magle, Roy .......
.....Logan Clay Products
Mathias, Jerry ....................... Logan
Mathias. Ruth .....
M eadows, Kathryn .
.Logan High School Office
.. .H. C. Godman Co.
Mills. Bud ........ ........ F ox's Grocery
Mowery, Delmar .
Mowery, Mona ....
Mundy, Zella .....
Myers, Joann .....
Norris, Ruth Ann...
.. .. .Miami University
... .Gas Office, Logan
McCray Insurance Agency
....St. Louis Conservatory
Norris, Selma . .. ............. Married
North, Jean ..... Court House
Ohlinger, Joanne .. ....... Court House
Parry, Bob ......... ............... L ogan
Platt, Carol Faith
Poling, Letha Lou
Pond, Phil ..f . . ..
... .. .. .Antioch College
. . . . . . .Logan Clay Products
Polsley, Walter ....
8: O. Railroad
C. Goodman Co.
Rees, Jim ....... .......... U . S. Army
Rhoades, Jo-Anne ................. Married
Ricketts. Mark ........ ............... L ogan
Riddlebarger. Charles...Logan Chakers Theatre
Ringhiser, Leota..Olivet College, Kankakee. Ill.
Robinette. Danny ................ U. S. Army
Rush, Ann ......... Lancaster Business College
Sargent, Irvin .................... Michigan
Schafer, Teresa ..Farmers and Merchants Bank
Schorr, Florence ..
Schmitter, Bob ....
Shaw, Jim ........
Sheets, Martha ....
Smith, Allen ..
Starr, Charles .
St. Clair, Joan .
Stump, Gerald ..
Taulbee, Alice .
Tipton, Frances ..
Ucker, Joan ......
Van Curen, Merton.
Van Sickle, Wayne.
Walsmith, Helen. ..
. . . . . .Logan Clay Products
.. .Capital Business School
C. Godman Co.
.. . . .. .Logan Pottery
. . . .Martin's Electric Shop
. . . . .Gas Otiice, Columbus
. ..... Ohio University
.H. C. Godman Co.
....New Castle. Indiana
.... .. .Pritchard's
.. . . . .Natco. Haydenville
.. . . . . . .Logan Buick 'Sales
...Farm Bureau, Columbus
Williams, Delores...Natco Office, Haydenville
KING LUMBER CO.
Everyfhing To Build Everyfhing
67 EAST FRONT STREET LOGAN, OHIO
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Good Food Is Good Health"
Phone 7 Logan, Ohio
ALL-WAYS-"THE BEST FOR LESS
HEINLEIN 81 SONS
Day or Nighf Ambulance Service
204 WEST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 28
J. C. PENNEY COMPANY
"A Cash Purchase Is a Cash Saving at Penney's"
METAL AND RADIATOR SHOP
HEATING, VENTILATING, BLOWERS
BUILT UP AND BIRD SHINGLES
Phone 636 45 North Spring
A. R. HUMMEL
EAST FRONT STREET
GROCERY AND FILLING STATION
THE LOGAN POTTERY COMPANY
HARDWARE, STOVES, PAINTS.
AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
C g t I t and Best Wishes CONGRATULATIONS TO THE
To Each I947 Graduate CLASS OF '47
WA R N E R'S KEYNES BROTHERS
THE LOGAN DAILY . NEWS
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FRASURE 81 BROWN
BETTER PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS
54 West Main Street Logan, Ohio PHONE 52
COMPLIMENTS, CLASS OF '47
66 East Main Street Phone 60l
Loans S I 0--S I .000-Individual Finance
Loans SI,000-SI0.000 Thru Your Dealer
Stoody Feed Service
POULTRY, DAIRY, HOG AND PIG
West Hunter Street Logan, Ohio
Congratulations . . . Class of I947
3I West Main Street
COMPLI MENTS OF
Logan Home Furnishing
WEST MAIN STREET LOGAN, OHIO
ACCESSORIES AND PARTS FOR
AUTOMOBILES AND BICYCLES
WEST MAIN STREET
The Logan Manufacturing Co.
EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER
325 East Front Street Phone 3I
CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH OF YOU-CLASS OF I947 . . .
,444 JOM .Sibwko
PORTRAITS OF DISTINCTION
Your School Photographer Since 1937
QUALITY AND SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO
Kodak-Commercial-and Portrait Finishing
5BV2 EAST MAIN STREET
OLD SPICE TOILETRIES
RISCH DRUG STORE
0 WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES
9 LUCIEN LELONG COLOGNES
0 RUBENSTEIN TOILETRIES
coNGRATuLATloNs CLASS OF '47
LOGAN CORN CRIB
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Each Member of the I947 Class of Logan High
LEONARD FUNERAL HOME
I83 East Second Street Logan, Ohio
THE LOGAN CLAY f0mP'imenfS of
PRODUCTS CO- ERNIE'S TAXI COMPANY
Manufacturers of PHONE 444
VITRIFIED CLAY SEWER PIPE
WALL COPING-STOVE PIPE
FLUE LINING-FIRE BRICKS
And Other Clay Products
SEPTIC TANKS AND DRAIN TILE FOR
MODERNIZING FARM PROPERTY
Factory and Office-Logan, Ohio-Phone I84
-ll COMPLIMENTS OF
THERE'S A FORD M O R R I S
'N YOUR FUTURE sc, I0c, TO Sl STORE
COHSICSLIICRIOIIS, Class of '47
AT POPULAR PRICES
ARROW SHIRTS-MALLORY HATS
UNION CLOTHING C0.
Besf Wishes Class of '47
FRIENDLY SOHIO SERVICE-ATLAS TIRES, TUBES, BATTERIES
THE HUIIKING CIIUNTY Ull IIUMPANY
Front and Depoi Streeis
PHONE 4294 LOGAN. OHIO
OHIO POWER COMPANY
PraH's Sandwich House
"A GOOD PLACE TO EAT WHERE OLD FRIENDS MEET"
Phone I I2 799 West
CONGRATULATIONS ON PASSING
YOUR FIRST MILESTONE FROM
Joe S. Case, '08
Winona Case, '95
Suzanne Case, '43
John E. Krieg. '09
Jo Robey Case, '44
Olga B. Hugli,
John Lafferty, '48
Charles Edward Arnold
COM PLIMENTS OF
Joan Loomis, '46
Robert Sigler, '49
Robert Campbell, '39
Cases Drug Store
758 West Front Street-Phone 674
Compliments Class of '47
WHEN YOU THINK OF TIRES, THINK OF US!
PRATT HAWKINSON TREAD SERVICE
753 West Hunter Street
EDNA'S FOOD MARKET FGX EAST MARKET
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
RESH VEGETABLES .AND GROCERIES
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The Logan Bulk Filling SI'a+ion. Inc.
BaH'eries, Tires, Groceries
COM PLI M ENTS OF
TO THE CLASS OF '47
Ask for SchmiHer's Bread, Pies,
Cakes, and Cookies
Designers and Manufacfurers of
School ancl College Jewelry
Medals. Cups ancl Trophies
JEWELERS AND STATIONERS TO LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL
High School, College and University
Fraternity and Educational
T49 SOUTH DEPOT STREET
GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION
LOGAN, Oi-no PHONE izsi
"WHERE QUALITY AND ECONOMY MEET"
I50 Zanesville Avenue-Phone 45I I
KEITH L. SCHULTZ, PFOPTICEOI
Theo. C. Johnson Company
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK
Phone 45-Rear I6 Easi Main Street-Logan, Ohio
COM PLIM ENTS OF
ARCADE SHOE STORE
62 East Main Street
BLUM 81 BLUM
The Gas Well Service Station
GROCERIES AND MEATS
PUROL PRODUCTS-YALE TIRES
DRIVE SAEELY AND BE SURE WITH PURE -We Deliver-
Cenny Weltner-Your FriencIIy Neighbor 878 W H S Ph
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Capital, Surplus, and Undivided Profits Over 5250000.03-Total Resources Over S4,000,000.00
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM-MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
AFFILIATED WITH BANK OHIO CORPORATION
Lanning Motor Company
H E I N E STAGE COACH INN
P A C K I N G SUPER ONE-STOP STATION
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Goodyear and Dayton Tires
Sterling Gasoline-Quaker Motor Oil
255 EAST MAIN STREET TELEPHONE 600
EXTRA RICH ICE CREAM
LOGAN'S MOST COMPLETE FOOD MARKET
498 West Hunter Street Logan Ohno
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PERMANENT WAVE-COOL WAVE
LOGAN MUSIC CO.
EIcctrIcoI Appliances-Instrumcnts--Record PIeyers
Records-Fluorescent Lights-Radios-Sheet Music
72 West Main Street Telephone 443
O., SPORTING GOODS
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '47
The Meldrim-St. Clair Company
The Oldest and Most Reliable Feed and Implement Store in Town
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES-SPORTING GOODS
WE SPECIALIZE IN ALL KINDS OF ORDERS
I I0 East Main Street Logan, Ohio
McGregor Sports Wear Exclusive at Our Store
See Our Display of McGregor Swim Shorts and
Short Sleeve Shirts to Match
Achauer's Men's Shop
"EVERYTHING FOR THE WELL-DRESSED MAN"
v. w. MARTIN
G. E. APPLIANCES
THE LOGAN FOUNDRY 81 MACHINE CO.
Phone 30-Logan, Ohio
Manufacturers and Distributors
GREY IRON CASTINGS-BRASS CASTINGS-FORGINGS
OIL AND GAS WELL SUPPLIES
GENERAL MACHINE WORK-FISHING TOOL RENTAL SERVICE
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