McKinley High School - Trojan Yearbook (Sebring, OH)
- Class of 1948
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L, 1, looking at the family album of 1947-1948.
As we leaf through the yellowed pages, we see many
familiar faces and scenes, which remind us vividly
of our many friends and the good times we had te-
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called that the 'New Look.' As we recall, the
young men of the period didn't particularly ap-
prove of the changed styles, and many faces drop-
ped with the hemlines.
We remember that it wasn't all fun. There
was work--much work--to be done, but even the most
difficult task was made enjoyable by the patient
and understanding Wlldersn, who were always close
by to advise and guide us.
Finally we turn the last page, and as we
fondly close ou book of memories, we realize anew
how fortunate we were to belong to a family whose
aim was to develop its members physically, men-
tally, spiritually, and socially in preparation
for life in our U0ne World,' which seemed only a
dream during those chaotic days of our youth.
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M . Badertscher, a graduate of
Bluffton College and Ohio State Uni-
versity, served McKinley High School
as principal for eight years before
establishing a private business in
which he was engaged for two years.
In 1946 he returned to us in the new
capacity of Superintendent. He is a
prominent citizen, an outstanding
educator, and a friend to all.
BO!-XRD OF EDUCATION
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.mms L. mcnnlns, Ana., mn.
Mr. McBride, our high-school
principal, claims Mount Union
College, the University of Wis-
consin, and Ohio State University
as his alma maters. He is a spon-
sor of the National Honor Society
and lists fishing, reading, gar-
dening, outdoor life, and travel-
ing among his favorite hobbies.
JEANNETTE BREADY, B.S. in Ed.
Miss Bready, a graduate of Ohio
State University, teaches girls'
physical education and commercial
subjects. She is sponsor of the
G.A.A. and co-sponsor of the
Sophomore Class. She is also in
charge of the dispensary aides
and advises the junior-high
cheerleaders. She is one of fou
teachers who list golf as a hobby,
we'd like to see them form a
VERDA LEEK, B.S. in Ed.
Mrs. Leek has been teaching in
Sebring High School for two years
She is sponsor of the B. L.0. T
Club and co-sponsor of the Junior
Class and the Y-Teens. She is a
graduate of Kent State University
and teaches typewriting, book-
keeping, and office practice. Her
hobby is collecting hand-carved
EVELYN L. MALLERNEE, B.SC.3 M.A.
Miss Mallernee attended Ohio
State University and Duke Univer-
sity. She teaches general science
and biology and is sponsor of the
vertebra Club, Scalpel and Scope,
and co-sponsor of the Friendship
Club and Grade Seven. Miss Mal-
lernee left us in Feb uary to
accept a government position as a
science teacher in Germany. She
was replaced hy Mrs. McB ide, who
finished the year.
F AC ULTY
ELAINE N. FREED, B.S. in Ed.
Mrs. Freed returned to the teach-
ing staff of our school this year
after an absence of several years.
She attended Miami University an
teaches home economics. She is an
experienced homemaker, as her two
children make certain that she
has plenty of sewing, cooking,
knitting, and embroidering to do.
She enjoys all this and likes to
read and make scrapb oks. She is
sponsor of the F.H.A. and co-
.sponsor of the Friendship Club.
CLINTON H. Hmcocx, B.A. A
Mr. Heacock really got around in
college. At least he attended a
lot of them. They were Musking-
gum College, Mount Union College
Northwestern University, Ohio
State University, University of
Michigan, West Virginia Universi-
ty, and Bethany College. He has
a large coin collection and env
joys hunting and fishing. He
teaches government, history, and
boys' physical education. M .
Heacock is Senior Class sponsor
and football coach.
DORA n. HENRY, B.S.g M.A.
Miss Henry is a graduate of Mount
Union College and Ohio State Uni-
versity. She teaches English and
sponsors two publications, TH
ECHO and THE TROJAN. In addition
to these activities, she is co-
sponsor of the Freshman Class.
Her hobbies include traveling and
asm-Ima s. RAY, B.A.
Mrs. Ray, our McKinley High li-
brarian, attended Wooster Col-
lege, Ohio State University,
Mount Union College, the Univer-
sity of Chicago, and Kent State
University. She teaches French II,
English 10, community civics, and
FRANCIS J. CONWAY
'PatW attended Dana's Musical In-
stitute, Mount Union College, and
the Akron School of Music. He is
interested in music, travel, fish-
ing, football, basketball, and
his family. If you happen to
hear some music floating in the
halls, you can be sure that it's
either the senior band, the jun-
ior band, the high school orches-
tra, an instrumental ensemble, or
some of WPat's' athletic publici-
BETTY EDWARDS, B.A.
H s. Edwards, a former member of
the McKinley High School faculty,
returned the second semester, af-
ter an absence of several years,
to teach general mathematics,
world history, and English. She
is a graduate of Mount Union Col-
lege and enjoys playing bridge,
cooking, reading and gardening.
MILDRED L. HOWELL, Sch. Mus. B.
Miss Howell attended Cberlin Col-
lege, Mount Union College and
Wheaton College. She is in
charge of devotions, and is co-
sponsor of the YhTeens. She en-
joys reading and collects books
and phonograph records. Miss
Howell teaches music appreciation
and junior music study, she dir-
ects the Junior Chorus, SeKinley
Singers, and McKinley Choir.
an scrmmsn, A.B.
If you didn't happen to know who
that tall fellow on the bench was
we'll let you in on the know. It
was Coach Schaefer. He attended
Georgetown College and teaches
history and geography. Mr.
Schaefer says he enjoys going to
movies and watching baseball
games. He is co-sponsor of the
NELLE D. Bos'rEn,l A.B.3 M.A.
Mrs. Boster attended Rio Grande
College, Ohio University, and
Kent State University and did re-
search work at Harvard University
and the University of Pennsylvan-
ia. She teaches Latin and Liter-
ature and is sponsor of the Latin
Club, co-sponsor of the Junior
Class, central treasu er, ana
serves on the faculty von ittoe
of the National Honor Society. In
her leisure time she enjoys music
H. B. SNODGRASS,B.S.5B.S. .in 121.3
Mr. Sondgrass attended Muskingum
College, Kent State University,
and Ohio State University. He
teaches general science and chem-
istry, and is co-sponsor of the
Seventh Grade. His hobbies' are
reading and collecting records of
various kinds of music. He also
plays a trumpet in the United
Presbyterian Sunday School Or-
EDWARD L. STRAUSS, B.A.
Mr. Strauss will challenge any
student or faculty member to a
game of chess or checkers, or
even a series of games. How about
taking him up on it? He attended
Mount Union College and teaches
American history, science, social
problems, and economics. He is
the sponsor of the Hi-Y and co-
sponsor of the Freshman Class.
M . Strauss also enjoys sailing,
picnicking, and playing golf and
EDWIN Tnorr, B.s.
If you happen to run across an
interesting biography, Mr. Trott
is the teacher who would be par-
ticularly interested. He plays
the clarinet and enjoys tennis
and basketball. He attended
Mount Union College and Kent
State University. Mr. Trott is
co-sponsor of the Eighth Grade
and teaches plane geometry, alge-
bra, and physics. He is also
coach of the reserve basketball
ESTELLA M. cnmsou, B.s.
ULet's go now,' says Miss Crewson
to the members of the Purgoldra
Masque when they are ready for
rehearsal. She is-a graduate of
Kant State University. She teach-
es English, directs all the
school dramatic productions, and
is co-sponsor of the National
Honor Society an the Senior
Class. Ask her what she likes
most to do and she will say,
HAZEL F. HARTZELL, B.S. in Ed.
Miss Hartzell attended Mount
Union College and Kent State Uni-
versity. She is the junior-high
principal and teaches arithmetic.
As co-sponsor of the Senior Class
she has helped to add a great
deal to the class treasury
through her efficient management
of the concessions.
Roy o. MERRELL, B.s. in Ea.
Do you enjoy sports, hunting, and
photography? ,M . Merrell, who'
attended Kent State University,
also enjoys these interesting
hobbies. He teaches industrial
arts and is co-sponsor of the
MARY LOU McB IDE
Mary, one or last year's gradup
ates, liked the school so well
that she decided to come back
this year. It's her friendly
voice that echoes, 'He1lo, McKin-
ly High Schoo1,W whenever the
telephone rings. She is usually
busy at the typewriter, especial-
ly at six-weeks test time. She
is our school secretary.
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I . Meacham, U . Noble, Irs. Mslson
Among the hardest working members of ou
family are our faithful custodians, who have
spent many long, tiresome hours.keeping ou
building warm and c1ean-- not only for the
class and extra-curricular activities of the
school, but also for the many community groups
which use the building for their meetings.
ELEANOR JEAN AILES
'Worry and I have never met.n
Bind C1a2s3:41' TROJAN C413
Latin Club C1,215 B1o1ogy Club
fig, c.A.A. C3,41? Yaroono
'Glorious things are said
Choir 441: Latin Club C2-Trea-
surer 21 Hi-Y C3,L13 Basket-
ball CI13 Nat'l Honor Society
CProbationary Member 413 Sem-
per Fidelis C313 Junior Class
Vice-President C313 Senior
Class President C415 Prom Ser-
ver C21g Boys' State C31.
'His life has many a hope
and aim.' -
Football Cl,2,3,415 Baseball
C413 Hi+Y C334-President 413
Latin Club Cl,215 Choir C413
Biology Club C2,31g Senior
Class Vice-President C41. ,
BETTY JEAN BROGAN
'Just like a stormy sky,
SeKinley Singers Cl,2,3,41g
Biology Club C213 B.LQO.T. 435
EARL B, ALLCQRN- I
WHe's first on our Hit Parade!
B1o1o y Clubl C2,315 Dramatic
Club C413 Football C313 Base-
ball C2,31g Basketball 41,2,3,
4 . .
WA quiet girl and quite a girl.
Biology Club C215 G.A.A. C2,3,
41' Dramatic Club C413 F.H.A.
'Poppy describes this dark-
Dramatic Club C3,A 5 YLTeens
C2 3,4-Cabinet3, 4 j B.L.0.T.
C315 Latin Club- C2,31g Major
Plays C3,413 ECHOCL1g TROJAN
C3,413 SeKinley C2,3,413 Nat'
Thespians C415 Speech Contes-
tant 4313 Librarian C3,41
'She'a a likable, lovable, live-
Dramatic Club C3,41g YLTeens
C2,3,L1g G.AoA. C2,3,413 Latin
Club Cl,215 Biology Club C31,
Band C3,41g Prom Server C21.
'E-1-e' 'Andy' 'Don' 'Jetty-Bean' tbuobt N-CClnnyNM F 'Dat' 'Dodie'
JACK EDWIN BRUNIE
'Don Jmn d:ldn't do so badly
Latin Club 13,4-senate 313
Baseball 11,213 Cheer Leader
1313 Industrial Arts Club 131.
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'Sees all, hears all, but
IIARTHA -.TAYNE CARDINAL
'Why should any man prefer
ECHO 12.24.411 'menu 13.1.13
Biology Club 12,311 B.L.0.'.l'.
1313 G.A.A. 12,3,41j Dramatic
Club 13.413 Maier Plays 13.415
!LTeens 12.3.4-Cabinet13 Nat'l
Honor Society 1B,4- Secretary
413 Scholarship Team 1213 Lib-
rarian 12,313 Semper Fidelis
1313 0T0h08trl 11,2.3,413
Miniwanca Delegate 1313 Prom
Server 1213 Outstanding Fresh-
man 1l13 Quill and Scroll 13,
413 Nat'1 Thespians 141.
'There are two sides tex
every question3 mine and the
Biology Club 12,313 Hi-Y 13,
415 Footh-11 1192939415 33'
WILBUR J. BUEHLEB.
'You can't refuse himany-
thing when he flashes that
chan-.141:' rnomz 13,413 nn-
.matic- Club 13,413 Latin Club
1l,2,313 Biology Club 12,313
Hi-I 13,413 Scholarship Team
1313 Cheer Leader 131.
"Hs who invented work should
have finished it."
'Never trouble' trouble till
trouble troubles you.'
Band 11,213 Biology Club 1213
G.A.A. 12,3,l.13 Dramatic Club
fa8.I'i8-1113 Y-Teens 1313 Prom
'A little cutie who's not a
Band 11.2.3,1..n 1 mono 13,41
TROJAN 1415 Biology Club 12,31
B.L.0.T. 13,4 Treasurer 3-Vice
Pres1aenf.,.11.1s Dramatic Club.
13,413 I-Teens 12,3,4 Treasur-
er 1.15 Librarian 13.1.13 01'-
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'Jackie' 'LiHdY' 'Ulrty' 'Spihe' Wwillien 'Beech' 'Dee' 'Jo'
DOROTHY ANN EWING
'Beauty is a blossom'
Latin Club 11,213 Biology Club
1213 G. A. A. 12,3134 Dramatic'
Club 13,4-Vice-President 413
llajor Plays 13,413 Y-Teens
1213 Jr. Dramtio Club 11,213
Nat'1 Thespians 1413 Carnival
"Haven't I seen you someplace
Clwilf 111269413 TF-UJAN 13,413
Latin Club 11-Vice-President13
Dramtic Club 13,413 llajor
glsys 13,413 Nat'1 Thespians
"Don't take life too serious-
ly, you',11 never get out of
B3-nd 12 3:4413 cha'-T 11 2939413
mcno 141: TROJAN 13,413 Loom
Club 12,313 Dramatic Club 13,
413 Major Plays 13,413 Orches-
tra 13,413 lat'1 Thespians 141
CLARENCE E. GASSIILN
'Wait till he turns those
big blue eyes on you."
nomo 11,2.3,4Js Choir 1413
'Doi' "1-nd' 'nom' vcloovv 'Lo'
'Her happiness is conta-
Choir 13,413 'rnonn 1413 Latin
cm: 11,213 Biology Club 1313
G.A.A. 12,3,413Librar:lan 141.
Enom: FAHNERT ' ,
'Guess which one."
Choir 11,2,41a 'rnonu 13,411
Latin Club 11,2 Senate 113 lla:-
ior Plays 13,413 Dramatic Club
3,413 Nat'l Thespians 141.
'A charming girl sith a
Choir 1413 .Vocalaires 1413
I-Bti!! Club 13,413 G-4-L 1413
Dramatic Club 13,413 llajor
Plays 1413 I-Teens 11 2,4 Cab-
mot 41: ofonootro 131.
'Pencils she holds do. won-
Eno 133415 TROJAN 139415
Latin Club 1l,2,313 Biology
cm, 1313 c.l.A. 13,41,.1.1b-
rarian 13,413 Dramatic Club
11.1, I-Toono 12,3,4 cabinet 1.1
Quill and Scroll 141.
Gene' 'Do' 'Jo'
Scholarship Team 11, 2,31 3
'He's a man among men.'
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JOHN W. HAENNY '
'Merit is Iorthier than
Fbotball 12,3,4-Manager 413
Baseball 1315 Industrial Arts
DONNA JEAN HEESTAND
'Secretary, you can sit on
my 1ap.' .
Band 11a2a3a413 ECHO 131415
TROJAN 13,413 Biology Club 12,
313 B.L.0.T 13,4 Vice-Presi-
den: 313 G.A.A.12 3,4-Secre-
tary 3-Treasurer 415 Dramatic
Club 13,413 YLTeena 12,3,413
Librarian 13,413 Homeco
Attendant 1413 Cffice Aide 141
Jr. Dramatic 1213 Intramurals
NAIDI HILTON LOTZE
WHer thoughts are elsewhere.'
SeKinley Singers 1l,2,413
Vocalaires 141' TROJAN 1413
Latin Club 11,253 Biology Club
1213 YLTeens 1413 Scholarship
Team 11,213 Prom Server 121.
'A bundle of activity with
personality tied in.' '
Band 1192!3a413 FBHO 139413
Biology Club 12,312 B.L.0.T
13,413 Dramatic Club 13,4 Sec-
retary 413 YhTeens 12,3 4 Ca-
binet 413 Librarian 13,413 Or-
'Good deeds are never lost.'
'She's first and best in
choir 141- Vocalaires 13, 413
ECHO 13,453 THOJAN 13.475 Prom
Server 1213 Latin Club 1l,2,3-
Senate 1-President 213 G.A.A.
12,3,L13 Biology Club 12,3-
Secretary 213 Dramatic Club
13,413 Maier Plays 13,415 Ovi-
standing Freshman 1113 lLTeens
12,3,4 Cabinet 3,413 Quill and
Scroll 13,413 Nat'l Honor
Society 13,4 Vice-President 41
Scholarship Team 11,2,313 Jr.
Dramatic Club 11,213 Prince of
Peace 1413 Office Aide 13,413
Jr. Marshall 1313 Nat'1 Thes-
'pians 1413 Intramurals 1l,2,31
WA friendly heart has plenty
SeKin1ey Singers 12,313 Choir
1413 ECHO 1313 Dramatic Club
13,413 F.H.A. 11,2,3,413 D18-
pensary Aide 1313 !LTeens 141.
'Gee' 'HankN WHeestonianW 'Naidie' 'Haba' 'Bets' WO'Henry' 'Georgie'
Band 4l,2,3,4-Head Majorette
415 SeKinley Singers 42,315
choir 447: Lotlo Club 4l,2,315
Bo I-lo Ou To G'A'A'
Y-Teens 42,3,41g Vocalaires
DOROTHY JEAN JACKSON
'A little miss who. never
Band 42,3,413 Latin Club 41,21
Biology Club 4213 Dramatic
Club 43,413 Y-Teens 42,3,4P
Devotional Leader 413 Scholar-
ship Team 431.
'By her eyes you'll know
she's Irish.' A
G. A. A. 42,3 475 F.H.A. 42,3
President 353 I-Teens 44s
Cabinet 415 Librarian 42o3a41o
'She's as likeable as she
Band 41,2 3,415 ECHO 447-
rnosw 447: Latin Club 41,2,31 5
Biology Club 4375 G.A.A. 4375
Dramatic Club 43 413 I-Teens
42,3,4-Secretary 313 Librarian
43,413 Quill and Scroll 441.
Class Secretary 4415 Intramur-
CLYDE E. ISRAEL
'Wise from the top of his
Choir 447s H1-Y 447: Football
4475 Baseball 41,2,3,415 In-
auotrlol Arts Club 437.
THOMAS RICHARD JONES
'She came, I saw, I con-
Band 41,2,3,41g Biology Club
4375 Choir 43,415 Dramatic
Club, 43,475 Major Plays 4375
Football 41,2,3,415 Baseball
225415 Industrial Arts Club
"I never done nuthin, but I
won't do it again.
Choir 42,415 Dramatic Club 43,
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SI LEE, JR.
'Little world, I am ready to
Choir 4l,3,413 Echo 437: Latin
Club 41,213 TROJAN 43,413 H1-I
4415 Dramatic Club 43,413
Miniwanca 437s Major Playa 43,
41- Football 437: Basketball
421, Librarian 43,413 Speech
Contestant 447: Nat'1 Thes-
'Kate' 'Jeanie' ' 'Hazel-nut' 'Dodie' 'Barney' 'Dick' 'Gene' . 'Si'
canor, ANN LOCKHART
vnigno of hair and 11gno of
'SeKinley Singers C435 Choir
C335 G.A.A. C2,3,l,3' F.H.A.
C2,33g lkTeens-C2,3,L53 Intra-
'Good Nature is her second
Band C2,3,43g SeKinley Singers
c1,2,3 435 Ecuo C3,L35 YhTeens
C2,3,43s Biology Club C2,f33s
B.L.O.T. C333 c.A.A. C43.
WShe's a mixture of nice
Ecuo 13,4-Editor 43: TROJAN
C3,433 Latin Club C335 Y-Teens
43,435 Biology Club C335 Major
Plays C3,435 Dramatic Club C3,
L35 Quill and Scroll C433 Na-
tional Thespians C435 Alliance
C133 Tampa C23.
DOROTHY ANN MIDDAGH
'When fun and studies clash.
Let the studies go to smash.'
S6Kinley Singers C2,3,433 La-
tin club C3,435 B.L.0.T. C3,43
Y-Teens C43 .
MELBA JUNE LOWER '
'She's proof against the
word failu e.'
SeKinley Singers Cl,333 ECHO
C335 Choir C2,43s'1'R0-TANC3,
435 Latin Club Cl,2,3,4 Senate
Chairman 3,433 Biology Club
C2,335 Dramatic Club C3,435
Major Plays C3,435 Y-Teens C2,
3,433 Net'l Honor Society C3,
1, President 43: Scholarship
Team C1,2,33g Office Aiao C435
Nat'l Thespians CL3.
EVELYN JEAN HcCAUSLAN
NHome on the range--kitchen
Band C2,3,435 SeKinley singoro
C1p293 43: EEHO C433 YSTBGUS
,C2.3,43i Biology club 42,333
'She goes right when things
SeKinley Singers C133 ECHO C43
TROJAN C43: Latin Club C1,2,l5
Senate3g Biology Club C233 LPH
Cl,2 L35 G.A.A. C2,L3g YLTeens
C2,4S5 Dramatic Club C433
Scholarship Team Cl,23g Quill
and Scroll C43.
MARY LOU MORRISON
WA1ways like her name--merryo'
Band C1,2,35433 ECHO C3aLJ3
TROJAN C3,43g Biology Club Cz,
335 B.L.o.T. C333 Drnnntio
Club C3,43g F.HLA. C1,233 on-
chestra Cl,2,33g Y-Teens C3,L3
Quill and Scroll CLD.
'Tootsn 'Bugs' 'Mac' 'Dot 'JumieP 'Toni' Wfatn 0Mitzi'
'Not much talk, but lots of
'Industrial Arts Club 431.
'A-hunting we will go.'
Choir 42,415 Biology Club 4415
ni-Y 447s Basketball 411.
NThe modern blonde Romeo.W
OLGA DELORES SCHENK
WThe sweetness that goes
with her size.'
Choir 43,41' Vocalaires 43,415
TROJAN 43,415 Latin Club 42,3,
4-Vice-President 215 Biology
Club 4215 c.A.A. 42,3,4-cor-
responding Secretary 315 Ma or
Plays 43,415 Dramatic Club 3,
nMister, be careful--that's
Industrial Arts Club 4315 Prom
LOUIS DARLENE PEARSON
.WSerious for a minute, laugh-
ter for a month.'
Band 41,215 ECHO 43,415 Latin
Club 41,215 Biology Club 4315
G.A.A. 43,415 Dramatic Club
43,415 Y-Teens 42,3,4 Treasur-
er 3, Vice-President 415 Dis-
pensary Aide 43,41.
'Let's not be overstudious.'
Baseball 4115 Basketball 4115
Industrial Arts Club 4313 In-
'If at first you don't
415 Y-Teens 42,3,4-Cabinet 3-
President 413 Nat'l Honor So-
ciety 43,415 Librarian 43,415
Semper Fidelis 4315 Quill an
Hi-Y 43,4 Treasurer 415 Prom
Scroll 4415 Outstanding Fresh-
man 4115 Homecoming Attendant
4415 Miniwanca Delegate 4315
Jr. Dramatic Club 4215 Intra-
murals 4l,2,3,415 Nat'l Thes-
plans 441 .
'mon' 'Raya wreav 4 Olga 'mee' 'fam 'Lou n." anew Hman '
'Blessed is the man who in-
Industrial Arts Club C35.
ALICE B. SWEELY
'The eyes have it.'
SeKinley Singers' C453 G.A.A.
C3,L53 F.H.A. C2,3-Vice-Presi-
dent53 YLTeens C3,453 Librari-
an C3,453 Intramurals C1,35.
'What people call our gifts
are really fruits of labor.'
Band C2,3o453 ECHO C3p455
TROJAN 43,453 Latin Club 41,2,
353 B.L.O.T. C353 Dramatic
Club C3:455 G'AvA- C2939453
F.H.A. C153 YhTeens C2,3,45f
National Honor Society C3,455
Scholarship Team C1,2,353 Or-
chestra C2,353 Dispensary Aide
C453 Junior Moro:-1o11 C355 out-
standing Freshman C153 Speech
Contestant C453 Quill and
Scroll C3,L53 Class Treasu er
C3o453 Intramurals C2,35.
'The world will always need
people like himo'
Choir C355 Football C253 In-
THEQPHAN STEVE, JR.
'He's5 small, but so's a
stick of dynamite.'
mano C45s Latin Club 41,253
Dramatic Club c3,L,g Major
Plays CBQL5' Hi-Y C3p453 Foot-
ball 423,453 Basketball 42,3,
453 Scholarship Team C255
Baseball C1,2,3,L5j Semper
Fidelis C353 Junior Class
Pres. C353 Outstanding Fresh-
man C153 Nat'l Honor Society
CProbationary Member L53 Quill
and Scroll C453 Miniwanca
Delegate C355 Prom Server C25.
'Never do today what you can
put off until tomorrow.'
Biology Club C2,353 Industrial
Arts Club C35.
JACQUELINE WARD .
'Tiny but terrific.'
mono 445: TROJAN C3,45s Latin
Club C153 Biology Club C353
G.A.A. C2,3,4 vlC6'PI9SidBDt55
4Dramatic .Club C3,453 Y-Teens
UThe girl with the Persons
Band C1,2,3,45j Biology Club
C2a353 B-L-0-T- C3,455 YFTSSHS
C2,3,45S Dramatic Club C3,45S
dustrial Arts Club C353 Bao-
'Chuck' 'Betty Lou' 'Tuck' 'Norm' 'Dominic' 'Herk' 'Jackie' 3 'Jocey'
HAR! AUGUSTA SCHROEDER t
'I!mLZ.A2l1!1l! : cotay'
A good time
Biology Club K2 313 B.L.0.T4
43,4-President 45, c.A.l. 43,
41, Dramatic Club 63,415
GEORGE HALLEY SICKBE
'An artist to the umuteenth
Choir C293 415 ECHO T39 4,5
Tnoun 13,413 n1a1agy Club 42,
313 Dramatic Club f3,41.
'She doesn't say muchg she
just thinks it.'
Band 12,3475 B101-:gy club C21
B.L.0aTa f39L15 F.H.A. f113
Dispenser Aide C315 Office
'RICHARD T. SPEAKMAN
'Do I look like a ladies'
msn? Well I am.'
Band K3,413 Choir Cl,2,3,415
Dramatic Club 13,415 Major
Plays 43,415 Hi-Y Kala Basket-
ba11 61,215 Football C2,3,L1g
naaabau C415 Industrial .u-ta
Club 4315 Net'1 Thespians Q41.
urvvron SHIVELI A
'That grin will get you if'
you don't watch out.' .
Band 41,2,3,1.J: IROJAN 431:
Latin' Club Cl,2,315 Dramatic
Club .C3,A,Treasurer L13 Boys'
State 431: Pladvr Plan C3413
1-11-I ws 'nat '1 Thespians. 141.
WTo be a man is'to be a hero.W
Football Kl,2,3,L1' Baakatban
41,215 H1-Ycs,45s' Biolo
Club Q2,315 Boys' State f3g?
Qll Tri-County Football Team
MARJORIE IL SNYDER
'I giggle, giggle as I go.'
Band f2,3,1.1s TRO-IAN can
Biology Club 1213 B.L.0.T Q3,
Agseoretery L13 Librarian C3,
AUTON D. STANLEY
1 WHe'd have the last word
with an echo.'
Band f1q2a3941f 'Hi'Y 43941
Football Cl,2,3,413 Baseball
ll,2,41g Orchestre C1,2,3,413
Prom Server f21.
'C0tsy' A 'Ha1'. 'Dot' 1 'Ra T.' I Wlilt' 'Smitty' Wlargien uRed'
WMeet Public Energy, Number
o.A.l. C2,3 43, F.n.l. 42,35-
YFTeens C3,LSf Librarian C2,31.
'There are three evils. The
eea, the fire, and romen.'
RUTH K. YOUMANS
'Her personality is based on
Band 41,2 3,413 saklalay slag-
GTB C132 415 Vocalaires C413
Choir 435, ECHO 43,1.J' mom
43,4J, Blala Club C313 C1335
Treasurer C411 B.L.0.T. 431,
6.1.1. C3,413 nraaatla Club
C3,4 Backsta e Manager 413
YQTBBDB C2,3,413 Scholarship
TURN C315 Nat'1 Honor Society
C415 Dispensary Aide 441.
WNot all the stare are in
Band C2,3,413 SeKin1ey Singers
C213 Choir C3n413 Vocalaires
441s ECHO C315 TROJAN 441'
Latin Club C3,4-President 3,41
Blalagy club C2,313 Dramatic
Club C3,415 Madvr P1878 C3,41?
YhTeens C3,4 Cabinet 3,413
Nat!1 Honor Society C413 Prom
Server C213 Homecoming Queen
C413 Quill and Scroll C3,413
Class saaratary C313 Office
Qlga C413 Nat'l Thaaplaaa
'All great men are dying--I
feel sick myeelf.'
H1'Y C39413 Ba39b311 C39415
Football 4l,2,3,41, Basketball
C1,2,413 Librarian C3,41.
'Short and Sieet.'
SeKin1ey Singers C113 Choir
C2,3 413 Vocalaires C413 ECHO
43341, TnoJlN 4313 Latin Club
C1,2 Treasurer 1-Secretary 213
Blalagy Club C313 c.l.a. 42,3,
413 Dramatic Club C3,4 Pres-
idgni 41: Hager Playa C3,41,
YH eens C2,3,4 3 Nat'1 Honor
Society C3,4 Treasurer-413
Scholarship Team C1,2,313 Out-
standing Freshman C113 Claes
Treasu er C315 Librarian C413
Cheer Leader C3a413 Jaalar
Marshall C313 Prom Server C213
Nat'1 Thespians C413 Quill and
'The young man with the horna'
Band C2,3,413 Orchestra C2,3,
"Here, there and everywhere.'
TROJAN 441, chair 4473 Canton-
Girls Baseball League C113
Choir C1,2,313 Frlaaaahlp Club
C1,2,313 Dramatic Club C1,21.
wnaav wnahlaw 'Ruthie' HPat0 nxlllar-nillarv Haaaalav 'Gene' 'Pat'
UThe future belongs to those who prepare for itn
Blue and Silver.
Work! Work! Work! That was the cry of
the Class of 1948.
First it was work at the football games,
managing concessionsg then came the selling of
Trojan penci1s,, emblems,
Christmas wreaths, license plate emblems, bas-
ketball pencils, and noon concessions. After
footballa season, they had concessions at the
basketball games, and finally at the 'All-Ohio
In the meantime the class was busy with
such social activities as the WSenior Enter-
tainmentn program, the Homecoming Dance, the
Rotary Play, and the Christmas Fer al.
In February they conducted a successful
campaign for their candidate for Carnival
March and April passed quickly, and soon
the hardest work was here, the final senior
play, class night, and Commencement.
' Yes, this was work, but whoever enjoyed
their work so m eh? Everyone heard them say
after each difficult task, 'The harder the
battle, the more glorious the victory.'
gg gg - Janet Chapman, Carol Carver, Jacqueline Bichsel, Joan Gfeller, Norma Dorsey, llarilyn
Eastham, llarcie Bradley, Helen Fleming, Marilyn Gartrell.
Eg! :Egg - Robert Elliott, Joanne Campbell, Sara Jane Cartwright, Willa llae Andrie, Letha Barnett,
Betty Blake, Virginia Dawson, Charles French, Mrs. Leek.
.11-gg Three - Roger Carson, Bob Evans, Eugene Burgess, Richard Burson, George Amabeli, Tony
Amabeli, Pete Carlino, Gene Cook, Wesley Alberts.
593 Egg-r - Ronald Farish, Robert Barrett, James Daniels, Bruce Fink, Gordon Borton, John Allen,
on Brown, Russell Early, Roy Lee Allen.
President Don Santee
Vice-President Charles French
lmmmmmm Good! Secretary Phyliss Munsell
Bake Sale Treasurer Florence Williams
The Junior Class has already been
'stepping out' by sponsoring many school
activities, conducting a paper drive, p
selling mums and. magazines as well as being
active in many school organizations. J
The 'Cornshalk Shuff1e', a Halloween J
dance, was one of their mjor successes.
The Junior Play in larch and the Junior l
Senior Prom in llay were 'Grand' conolu- J
sions to their busy year. J
Next year the juniors will take their
place among the older members of our family.
Q gag - Roselle Martin, Martha Sweely, Norma Gorby, Ann llanypenny, Elizabeth Kinser, Thelma
Knecht, Betty Tucker, Jane Hutmacher, Janet Pettit. '
gg Tig - llrs. Boster, Frances Welch, Ardena Poorman, Dolores Zurbrugg, Jean Steele, llartha
Hanna, ina. mar, Sarah Talbot, Florence Williams. ,
Q Qhggg - Bob Rockwell, Doris Oswalt, Vaunda Moore, Barbara IlcCune, Nelda Byers, V Phyliss
llunsell, Beverly Gooding, Fdna Krahling, Bob Polen.
gg! I-gg - Vernon Shively, Junior Lamp, Glenn Johnson, Donald Santee, Valas Winters, Albert
Greeneisen, Richard Lee, Richard Neafie. A
gg Qgg - Doris Fobean, Dorothy Fairbanks, Joan Folk, Virginia Fryfogle, Mary Case, Carolyn
Goodman, Florence Ellis, Patricia Flowers, Joyce Coleman.
Egg 153 - Ruth Buehler, Lillian Bradt, Caroline Burkey, Carole Hannen, Gladys Baker, Florence
Cramer, Rebecca Gill, Mr. Merrill. '
gg! Thgeg - -Kenneth Carman, Harry Elder, Donald Brooks, Dick Greenlees, John Chambers, Cleon
Gallagher, David Barclay, Jim Fierro.
gg! Egg: - Don Amon, Charles Birr, Walter Clegg, Bob Fergason, Johnny Ailes, Duane Buetler,
Raymond Fittre, Tom Hampton. '
OFFICERS 10-A , A '
President Dorothy Fairbank
Vice President Carole Hannon
Secretary Florence Ellis
Treasurer Doris Fobean
as D C as A Mr. Schaefer
- Miss Bready
I V Mr. Merril
SOP I-IOMORE S
Do you recognize them?? They're last
year's Freshmen, and although they were a
grand class then, we see a great improvement
in them this year. Just read on and see for
The Honor Roll would look mighty slim
if the sophomores didn't contribute every
six weeks. Remember thelll-School Party7?
llhat party could be dull with such a lively
initiation planned by the sophomores?
They really are an ambitious lot
because already they have mde money for
their class by selling llcK:Ln1ey High emblems
Yes, they're doing very well, and
we wish luch and good fortune to the
progressive Sophomore Class. -
President - Jim Sabatine
Vice-President Gene Welch
I Secretary Nancy Sabatine
Treasurer Dale llohr
B93 Q35 - Ruth Thompson, Barbara Locke, Deloris lcBride, Betty Weekly, Nancy Sabatine, Donna
llorrison, Ruth Shively, 'llaxine Beverly, Doris Higgins.
Eg! gg - lliss Bready, Eleanor Reynolds, Helen King, Jeanne lorrison, Ilary Jordon, lary Woolf,
Ruth Klntner, Phyllis Simms, larilyn llay, lr. Schaefer.
E91 Qggg - Don llorrow, Richard Wright, Rose were , Helen Rice, Esther Krahling, Anada Sweely
Darlene Steele, Doris Zurbrugg, Eugene Wayt.
gg! Egg - Edward Snyder, Delmar Israel, Jim Sabatine, Ralph Ward, Norma Zumbrunnen, Phillip
Sanderson, Dale Kitzmiller, Bill Stanford, Jack Reddy.
L91 1113 - Raymond Jackson, Donald Justison, Jimgv lcCausland, Bob Tuel, Dale Pittman, John
Smith, Dale llohr, Karl Kersmarki, Laverne Hartley, Bill Wilson, Ralph Zurbrugg, Dave lullett.
gg! Qgg - Edna Hoff, Margaret Augustein, Anna Mae Elliott, Mollie Harris, Gertrude Hartzell,
Betty Mason, Nancy Henry, Mary Calderone, Doris Jordon.
gg! Tgg - Marlene Marshall, Ruth Haberland, Beverly Cox, Nancy Conrad, Billie Lower, Patty
Boehner, Erma Gump, Joyce Eaton, Miss Henry.
gg! Th gg - Dunaine Ebersole, Frank Hogue, Ethel Burrier, Dorothy Marshall, Jean Ann King, Anna
Lockner, Margaret Kirksey, Charles Lingo, Charles Manypenny.
Egg Fog - Bud Breckner, Harry Beals, George Luduick, Herbert Aeling, Fred Bissett, Bob Meek,
George Cress, Dean Albert, Robin Keifer, Elvin Barnett, Donald Krahling.
Trying to find their rightful places in
ou family, are the freshmen, who, during the
short time that they have been among the older
members of our school, have become active in
the various clubs and activities and have tak-
en a prominent place on the honor roll.
The freshmen were officially welcomed in-
to the family circle by the sophomores at the
slag all high-school party and launched out on a
social career of their own when they enjoyed a
OFFICERS 9-A very successful Christmas party.
Judging from the splendid showing they
President Joyce Eaton have made, we can expect great things from
Vice-President Harry Beals our freshmen.
Secretary Anna Mae Elliott
Treasurer Donald Krahling
F RES I-IMEN
I President David Smith
Mr. Strauss Mies Henry Vice-President Walter Ward
Secretary Esther Wright
FRESHMAN SPONSORS Treasurer Phyllis Nichols
-1191 gg - Martha Smith, Twila Steele, Betty Rockwell, Nancy Ruth, Phyllis Nichols, Esther
Wright, Alice Williams , Florence Ruth, Anna Mae Phillips. ,
LQ! 259 - Helen Schall, Kathleen Musselman, Jean Metz, Rosetta Young, Bessie Stearns, Ethelyn
Stowe, Helen Taylor, Mary Ogden, Ruth Wilson, llr. Strauss.
gg! Thrgg - Junior Wise, Homer Sihock, Wayne Speakmsn, Bill Youmns, Herbert Smith, Bernard
Wood, Irene Peterson, Gene Trimmer, Joe Tucker, Dick Miller, Don Pittman, Ronald Neafie.
Q Egg - Charles Tausch, Jack Shoffner, Bernard Russell, Walter Ward, David Smith, Steve
Sobat, B111 Tuel, Jerry Snode, James Schrader, Neil Paine, Jerry McBride.
Page Twenty-eight ,
gg! Qgg - Kenneth Gardner, Neil Abney, Bob Baker, Harold Hetherington, Gene Underwood, Bobby Wal-
lace, Paul Goff
gg! 212 - Martha Crutchley, Genevieve Marshall, Lynn Wiley, Janet Reddy, Jule Ann Briggs
Charlene Zorlenzan, Peggy Stanford, Dorothy Lazear, Shirley Mylar
gg! Three - Mr. Hullet, Beverly Wilson, Ruth Eckelberry, Barbara Eells, Joyce Mack, Janice
Eddy, Barbara Fullerton, Mary Menges, Eleanor Morrison, Peggy Wright, Mr. Trott
gg! Four - Mary Bisset, Marie Dorff, Marie Burnett, Avon McClellan, Lynn Briggs, Ruth Wemmer
Joyce Mankin, Jerrie Lou Schrader, Wilma Willett, Hazel Lamp
BQ! Five - Jerry Tuel, Benny Weizenecker, Donald Woolf, Bill Marshall, George Sinea, Jack
Morre, Tom Moore, Kenneth Mylar, Dale Cameron, Anthony Conny
Eg! S15 - Tom Mills, Sam Potter, Dale Wilson, Billy Tinker, Ray Early, Charles Fink, Dale
Lofland, Paul Hoffmeyer, Carlos Smith, Walter Weekly, Clinton Hoopes, Jack Harris
OFFICERS 8-A OFFICERS 8-B
President Jack Harris President Carlos Smith
Vice-President Dale Cameron Vice-President Walter Weekly
Secretary Jule Ann Briggs Secretary Benny Weizenecklr
Treasurer Dick Loffland Treasurer Sam Potter
Sponsor Mr. Trott Sponsor Mrs. Edwards
SEV! NTP! GRADE
gg! Qgg - Jerry Fink, Bill 0'Donnell, Wilbu Hughes, Eddie Gallagher, Jim Bradley.
Egg Qgg - Janet McBride, Deloris Higgens, Patty Tuel, Sharleen Marshall, Eleanor Simms, Martha
Brown, Betty Lou Bradley, Shirley Watkins, Dorothy Woolf.
Egg Qhggg - Miss lallernee, Betty Bradley, Shirley Marshall, Betty Weaver, Joyce Welsh, Constance
Clark, Shirley Crewson, Shirley Dailey.
B21 Egg - Mary Jones, Lucia Hunter, Joanne Ritter, Harriett Prendergost, Janet Raub,Barbara
Wayt, Violet Cathers, Bonita Bretton, Helen McBride, Ona Johnson.
gg! Five - Don Springer, Gary Beale, Roger Willett, Jim Eells, Ernest Yeagley, George Tuel,
Raymond Pinkerton, Eddie Jordan, Steve Tucker, Richard Hitchcock.
gg! Sgygg - Warren Brooks, Jim Heslep, Wayne Rhue, Gordon S1ms,Dean Hutmacher, Tom Menges,
Raymond B onn, Roger Speakman, Andy Safkow, Allen Rice, Jerrold Utley, Jack Fullerton.
OFFICERS 7-B OFFICERS 7-A
President Shirley Crewson President Steve Tucker
Vice President Jerry Fink Vice President Patty Tuel
SecretaryfTreasurer Sharlene Marshall SecretarybTreasu er Joanne Ritter
Sponsor lies Mallernee Sponsor M . Snodgrass
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Row One - Nelda Myers, Doris Brunie, Marilyn Eastham, Kathleen Hutmacher. Eleano, Ailes, Pat
'ffdodf-Donna Heestand. -
Row Two -,Mr. Conway, Rita Tucker, Jocey Waterman, Joanne Haberland,4 Joan Erb, Eugene Woolf,
"D'5rI5 King, Clarence Gassman, Eleanor Reynolds, Elvin Barnett, Jean McCa.usland, Dorothy Fair-
banks, Jean Metz, Dorothy Snyder, Mary Lou Morrison, Dorothy Jackson.
Row Three - Robert Evans, Janet Pettit, Esther Krahling, Virginia Fryfogle, Ruth Youmans, Jean
If5UaT1'sIT5d, Jimmy Daniels, Bob Meeks, Dick Greenlees, Dale Kitzmiller, Barbara Locke, Darlene
Steele, Jack Harris, Eddie Snyder, Jerry Tuel. .
Row Four - Norma. Dorsey, 'Dick Lofland, Harold Hetherington, Kenny Gardner, MaI'I101'iS SHYGSI' Chai'-
les Lingo, Nancy Conrad, Jerry McBride, John R. Allen, Jimmy McCausland, Walter Clegg, Wayne
Soeakman, Harry Boals, John Chambers, Milton Shively, Dave Barcley, Phyliss Munsell.
Row Five - Paul Hoffmsyer, Don Morrow, Don Santee, Don Fobean, Dick Soeakman, Don Brown, Carole
Hannen, Doris Fobean, Dorothy Fairbanks. 6 A
Resnlendent in their colorful new uni-
forms McKinley High School's sixty-four niece
band has entertained at all football games and
narticioated in many narndes and similar
events in Sebring, and the surrounding communi-
Under the leadershin of Kathleen Hutmach-
er, head majorette, and assisted by Donna
. Heestand, the organization has become an out-
standing marching bank, widely aoolauded for
its soectacular formations.
In addition to its outdoor activities,
the band proved itself as a concert organiza-
tion by its excellent oerformances in the
annual band assembly and the spring concert.
The band rehearses one oeriod daily and
its members receive one-half credit for each
year of work satisfactorily comoleted.
Letters are awarded to senior members who
have completed at least two years of work in
Nelda I--Iyers, Doris Brunie, Pat Wood, Kate Hutmacher, Eleanor Ailes, Marilyn Eastham, Donna Heestand
JUNIOR BA ND
Row One - Kathleen Musselman, Phyllis Nickols, Jean King.
E E - Don Santee, Clinton Hoooes, Dale Cameron, Dick Meller, Betty Rockwell, Raymond Brown,
Richard L offland, Bruce Fink, Bob Evans.
Row Thr-eg - Don Fobean, Janet McBride, Shirley BOWeI'S, Joyce Welsh, Ona Johnson, Janice Eddie,
WaTy?Bissett, Joyce Mankin, Anna Mae Elliott, Ruth Haberland, Beverly Cox, Nancy Conrad, Florence
Ruth, Anna. Lockner, Mr. Conway.
Row Four - Betty Bradley, Jenny Marshall, Patty Tuel, Shirley Grewson, Joanne Ritter, Ruth
Weifmer, Marie Burnett, Roger Spealcman, Mary Jones, Violet Cathers, Lynn Wiley, Nancy Ruth, Irene
Row Five - Bill O'Donnell, Kenneth Gordon, Sharlene Marshall, Shirley Marshall, Hazel Lamp.
UH5r'IEsTManypenny, Margaret Wright, Barbara. Fulllerton, Martha Smith, Twila. Steele, Ruth
Eckelberry, Evelyn Stow. A , J
Row Six - Jerry Fink, George Tuel, Roger Willett, Ken Mylar, Harold Heatherington, George Sines,
G'5e"lJ'rYderwood, Bob Baker, Tom Menges, Dale Wilson, Hugh Potter, Jack Fullerton.
RQ! Qgg - Raymond Fittro, Helen Rice, Rita Tucker, Eleanor Reynolds, Dale Kitzmiller, Alton
Stanley, Robert Meek, Charles Manypenny, Edna Hoff, Jocey Waterman, Eugene Woo1f,MErtha Cardinal
Eg! Eng - Harry Boals, Wayne Speakman, John Allen, Don Fobean, Robert Evans, Mr. Conway, Marcie
Bradley, James Daniels, Carolyn Goodman.
Ou orchestra, under the baton of M .
Conway, provides appropriate music for assemb-
ly programs, school plays, baccalaureate,
commencement, and other indoor school, and
It is a regularly scheduled part of the
curriculum and affords those students who par-
ticipate valuable training in instrumental
music. Rehearsals are held daily, and the
course carries one-half credit per year.
Marcia Bradley and Don Fobean serve as
accompanists, and Eugene Woolf and Don Fobean,
as librarians for the organization.
Pins are awarded each year to the senior
members who have been in the orchestra for at
least two years.
se :cnmev smfsfas
gg! Q33 - Miss Howell, Mary Celderone, Ruth Haberland, Kathleen Musselman, Jean King, Marcie
Bradley, Ruth You ans, Ruth Kintner, Billie Lower, Marlene Marshall, Esther Wright, Rose Ward.
gg! lgg - Phyllis Nichols, Gertrude Hartzell, Nancy Henry, Ruth Buehler, Beverly Cox, Jane
Hutmacher, Nancy Conrad, Pat Best, Ruth Thompson, Nancy Sabatine, Grace Herron, Margaret Kirksey
gg! Qhggg - Anna Mae Elliot, Joyce Eater, Martha Trott, Dorothy Marshall, Shirley Mayhew, Jean
McCaus1and, Naida Lotze, Betty Brogan, Carol Lockhart, Marjorie Grimes, Doris Jordan, Donna
gg! Egg - Helen Milinkovich, Dorothy Middagh, Margaret Augustine, Jane Winters, Florence Ellis,
Deloris Zurbrugg, Dorothy Matthews, Rosetta Young, Bessie Stearns, Deloris McBride, Alice
Sweely, Virginia Dawson. M
n Outstanding for musical performances in
f McKinley High School are the SeKinley Singers.
Numbering fifty voices, this all-girl chorus
sings three-part songs of sacred, secular, and
semi-classical nature. They appeared in the
Christmas Concert, the Spring Music Festival,
an assembly program and were represented in
the Mount Union Music Festival. e
Miss Howell directs this group while Mar-
cie Bradley is the accompanist.
g Mc KINLEY CHOIR
gg! Qgg - Dorothy Jackson, Pat Willett, Alice Meir, Martha Sweely, Kathleen Hutmacher, Melba
Lower, Miss Howell, Georgia Hutmacher, Ardeena Poorman, Norma Dorsey, Marilyn Eastham, Dolores
Collums, Joanne Campbell, Marilyn Henry.
BQ! 21g - Jackie Bischel, Thelma Knecht, Olga Schenk, Janet Pettit, Edna Krahling, Virginia
Dawson, Dorothy Garlock, Norma Gorby, Lois Fittro, Sara Cartwright, Fonda Menges, Barbara McCune
Janet Chapman, Joanne Gfeller, Jeanne Williams. I
gg! Three - Bob Elliott, Bob Polen, Ted Puskas, Clyde Isrewl, Karl Kersmarki, Don Beckett, bob
ARockwe1l, Ronald Farish, Don Fobean, Bob Tuel, Roy Allen, Eugene Kerr.
gg! Fogg - George Amabeli, Don Andrews, Glenn Johnson, Valas Winters, Si Lee, Clarence Gassman,
Eugene Fahnert, Ed Fahnert, Halley Sickle, John Ailes, Charles Birr.
The McKinley Choir, composed of sixty-
four members, undertakes the singing of fou
part music of sacred, secular, and semi-
classical 1ature, with well-blended tone and
Accomplishments of the year included the
Christmas Concert, featuring a cantata and
l several nu bers from Handel's Messiah, and
participation in the annual Spring Music
Several members of the Choir were among
the representative group which took part in
the Mount Union Music Festival. .'
Miss Howell directs this group while Olga
4 Schenk is the accompanist.
VO CALAIRE S
gg! Qgg - Dorothy Carlock, Sara Jan. Cartwright, Ruth Youmans, Naida Lotze, Pat Wood, Miss
gg! IIQ - Jeanne Williams, Janet Chapman, Kathleen Hutmacher, Barbara McCune, Marilyn Henry,
The Vocalaires, a small selected group of
talented singers under the direction of Miss
Howell, represent McKinley High School at many
church and community functions.
Among their outstanding performances were
a Christmas assembly, a program in connection
with the Senior Follies, appearances at the
Church of Christ, Presbyterian Church, and
Methodist Church. They also entertained the
Sebring Woman's Club, Eastern Stars, YLTeens,
Beloit P. T. A., and Maple Ridge P. T. A.
First sopranos Olga Schenk
' Sara Cartwright
Second sopranos Jeanne Williams
Naida Hilton Lotze
Altos Pat Wood
Violinist Dorothy Garlock
Pianist larilyn Henry
Director Kiss Howell
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JUNIOR i-IIGI-I MUSIC
Eg! Q22 - Paul Goff, Bill 0'Donnell, Jerry Fink, Gary Beals, Steve Tucker, Wilbu Hughes, Jim
Bradley, Eddie Gallaher.
gg! Egg - Deloris Higgins, Shirley Watkins, Genevieve Marshall, Eleanor Sims, Dorothy Woolf, Janet
McBride, Miss Howell, Martha Brown, Lynn Wiley, Jule Ann Briggs, Martha Crutchley, Shirley Bowers,
gg! Three - Dorothy Fairbanks, Margaret Wright, Barbara Fullerton, Charleen Zorlenzan, Janet
Reddy, Lucia Hunter, Betty Weaver, Dorothy Lazear, Dorothy Mylar, Mary Menges,'Peggy Stanford,
Barbara Eells, Ruth Eckelberry, Patty Tuel, Betty Bradley, Shirley Marshall, Shirley Dailey,
Constance Clark, Violet Cathers, Helen McBride, Bonita Bratton, Shirley Crewson, Mary Jones.
gg! Fgur - Joyce Welch, Betty Bradley, Shirley Marshall, Joanne Ritter, Janet Raub, Barbara Wayt,
Ona Johnson, Beverly Wilson, Marie Dorff, Joyce Mack, Jule Ann B iggs, Jerry Lou Schrader, Joyce,
Mankin, Ruth Wemmer, Harriett Prendergost, Janice Edie, Mary Bissett, Wilma Willett, Hazel Lamp,
Avon McClellan, Marie Burnett.
gg! Egve - Don Springer, Richard Hitchcock, Andy Safkow, Jack Fullerton, Jim Eells, Bob Wallace,
Warren Brooks, Jerry Utley, Allen Rice, Ronald Ybder, Dale Cameron, Neil Abney, Bob Baker, Bill
Marshall, Ernest Yeagley, Raymond Pinkerton, George Tuel, Roger Willett.
gg! S15 - Gene Underwood, Jim Heslep, Wayne Rhue, Roger Speakman, Dale Wilson, George Simes,
Raymond Brown, Tom Menges, Ray Early, Charles Fink, Carlos Smith, Walter Weekly, Dean Hutmacher,
Bill Tinker, Clinton Hoopes, Hugh Potter, Jack Moore, Benny Weizenecker, Ed Jordan.
The Junior High Music group is made up
of ninety-seven members. Its purpose is to
sing and enjoy two- and three-part songs of
beauty and interest.
Since the group was so large,it has been
divided into four Hpartsg Junior Chorus One
Junior Chorus Two, Junior Chorus Three, and
Junior Music Study Class.
The entire group partici ated in the
Spring Music Festival.
Dorothy Fairbanks is accompanist.
'ra-us TROJAN STAFF
Egg Qgg - Joan Gerber, George Sickle, Willa Mae Andrie, Peggy Uenges, Marilyn Henry, Olga Schenk,
Pat Wood, Don Fobean, Rita Tucker.
gg! Tgg - Jackie Ward, Donna Heestand, Marilyn Eastham, Mary Lou Morrison, Martha Mankin, Lois
Fittro, Ruth Youmans, Carol McCune, Carol Carver, Miss Henry.
gg! Tggeg - Pat Best, Joan Erb, Vaunda Moore, Sara Cartwright, Barbara McCune, Nelda M ars,
Janet Pettit, Martha Cardinal, Thelma Knecht. -
gg! Egg - Doris Oswalt, Rosella Martin, Virginia Dawson, Delores Zurbrugg,'Melba Lower, Doris
Brunie, Edna Krahling, Pat Willett, Betty Tucker.
gg! Figs - Beverly Gooding, Naida Hilton, Bob Polen, John Allen, Si Lee, Ed Fahnert, Br ce
Fink, Wilbu Buehler, Eleanor Ailes, Doris King,
Several years from now when we take down
the dusty old family album, many of us will
recall the pleasant hou s we spent in
gathering the material and nu erous pictures
which went to form it.
The TROJAN staff hopes that in years to
come this 'albu ' will bring you many hap-
py memories of the days 'when we were young
Bom: or Enrrons y
Editor-in-chief Marilyn Henry
Faculty Editor Peggy Menges
Senior Editor Olga Schenk
Lower Class Editor
Willa Mae Andrie
Mary Lou Morrison
I Joan Gerber
Time Out for Lunch!
Eg! Qgg Dale Kitzmiller, Donna Heestand, Jeanne Williams, Joan Gerber, Carol McCune, Peggy
Menges, Sara Cartwright, Martha Cardinal, T Steve.
-gg Egg Miss Henry, Joan Haberland, Joan Erb, Mary Morrison, Ruth Youmans, Betty Weekly,
Florence Ellis, Betty Tucker, Rita Tucker, Jackie Ward.
Row Three Pat Best, Willa Mae Andrie, Norma Dorsey, Virginia Dawson, Shirley Mayhew, Jean
McCaus1and, Eleanor Reynolds, Mary Woolf, Ruth Kinter, Marilyn Henry.
gg! Egg Beverly Gooding, Phyllis Munsell, Nelda Myers, Doris King, George Sickle, Donald
Fobean, Lou Pearson, Deloris McBride, Jeanne Morrison, Nancy Sabatine.
Under the editorship of Carol McCune, THE
ECHO has kept all members of our family in-
formed about the major happenings around our
school and has even included some of the lit-
tle personal items so interesting to those who
know well the people concerned.
In addition to the service rendered to
the school, the publication of the paper has
given valuable experience in the fields of
journalism and business to staff members.
Since the staff was limited to approxi-
mately twentybfive members, each had to do his
part to make this one of the ECHO's most suc-
EDITORS AND DEPARTMENT HEADS
Editor-in-Chief ' Carol McCune
Social Editor Peggy Menges
Sports Editor ,Theophan Steve
Feature Editor Martha Cardinal
Art Editor Jeanne Williams
Business Manager s Joan Gerber
Advertising Manager E Jackie Ward
Subscription Manager Sara Jane Cartwright
Adviser Miss Dora Henry
OFFICE I- IDES
gg! Qgg - Ruth Eckleberry, Jeanne Williams, Martha Cardinal, Marilyn Henry, Charlene Zorlenzen,
Twila Steele, Marie Dorff.
gg! Ing - Miss McBride, Pat Wood, T. Steve, Don Andrews, Melba Lower, Ruth Kintner.
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Eg! Qgg - Bonita Bretton, Betty Bradley, Mary Jones, Donna Heestand, Rita Tucker, Peggy Menges,
Letha Barnett, Jean McCausland.
B-Q! 2-vgg - Miss Bready, Maxine F-everly, Ruth Kintner, Ruth Youmans, Virginia Fryfogle, Alice Meir,
Lou Pearson. PW ,my-,wo
gg! Qgg - Ruth Shively, Dorothy Fairbanks, Marilyn Henry, Melba Lower, Marilyn Gartrell, Rita
Tucker, llarilyn lay, Maxine Heverly.
Q Tn - Dorothy Jackson, Sara Cartwright, lhrilyn Eastham, Ruth Youmans, Vaunda Moore, Joan
Gerber, Peggy Menges, Jeanne Williams. '
233 Three - Naida Hilton, Dale Kitzmiller, John Chambers, Wilbur Buehler, Jack Reddy, Willa
Hard at Work!
,Here is a group of which our family is
really proud. They represented our high
school in the Ohio State Scholarship Tests
and for the most part did very well.
For instance, Marilyn Henry placed
seventh in the district for advanced algebra
and Willa Mae Andrie ranked third in the
district and thirteenth in the State for
We admire them greatly and so we
encourage all the younger members of our
family to strive for similiar honors and
gg! Qgg - Jeanne Williams, Olga Schenk, Donna Heestand, Si Lee, Dale Weizenecker, Marjorie
Snyder, Norma Gorby, Hazel Kelley. ,
gg! 11g - M s. Ray, Janet Pettit, Joanne Haberland, Joan Erb, Dorothy Ewing, Martha Cardinal, Pat
Best, Marilyn Gartrell.
gg! Qhggg - Betty Herr, Vavnda Moore, Joan Gerber, Lois Fittro, Willa Mae Andrie, Doris Brunie,
Doris King, Sara Cartwright, Alice Sweely.
The librarians are among those who ren-
der outstanding service to both students and
They perform such routine tasks as
checking out books and materials, shelving
returned materials, and helping students find
information they need.
Because of faithful performance of these
duties, McKinley High School has a library of
which it can be justly proud.
New librarians are trained at the begin-
, ning of the second semester an , du ing the
last six weeks of school, take over the dur
ties of senior librarians.
Mrs. Esther Ray serves'as head librari-
an, while Willa Mae Andrie, treasurer, hand-
les financial matters.
gg! Q95 - Rita Tucker, Pat Wood, Ruth You ans, Joanne Haberland, Jeanne Williams, Dorothy
Ewing, Milton Shively, Olga Schenk, Donna Heesta d.
gg! 212 - Jackie Ward, Kathleen Hutmacher, Joan Erb, Martha Cardinal, Dorothy Gatiock, Cotsy
Schroeder, Dorothy Jackson, Pat Best, Marilyn Henry, Miss Crewson.
Egg Qhrgg - Mary Lou Morrison, Virginia Baker, Melba Lower, Carol McCune, Doris King, Eleanor
Ailes, Lois Fittro, Georgia Hutmacher, Lou Pearson, Doris Brunie.
gg! Egg! - Dolores Cartwright, T. Steve, George Sickle, Dick Speakman, Si Lee, Don Fobean,
Eugene Fahnert, Ed Fahnert, Wilbur Buehler, Joan Gerber.
To create interest in dramatic work and
to provide entertainment is the pu pose of
Pu goldra Masque of McKinley High School. E
The group achieved its goal with its four
productions, which included the one-act play
'Pot Luckn, The Rotary Play 'A Date With Judy!
.the Junic play, and the final senior play.
Club members will long remember another
highlight of the year, their trip to the Hanna
in Cleveland, January 31, to see the play 'I
The Pu goldra Masque consists of active
senior members and pledges from the Junior
class, who may qualify for membership by per-
forming back-stage tasks throughout the year.
Fourteen seniors have been honored fo
their commendable work by being admitted to
President Jeanne Williams the National Thespians, hone society of high
Vice-President Dorothy Ewing school dramatists.
Secretary Joanne Haberland
Tr888Ur6r Milton Shively
Stage Manager Ruth Youmans
Sponsor lies Crewson
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BQ! Qgg - Clyde Israel, Don Beckett, Dick Jones, Carroll Smith, Kenny Zurbrugg, Alton Stanley,
Theophan Steve, Dale Weizenecker, Pete Carlino, Karl Kersmarki.
gg! 13g - lr. Schaffer, Charles French, Wesley Albert, Bob Rockwell, Gordon Borton, Dale Mohr
Bob Barrett, Tony Amabeli, George Amabeli, I . Heacock.
gg! Qhggg - Gene Welch, Gene Burgess, Ralph Ward, Tom Hampton, Don Justison, Ralph Zu brugg,
Russell Early, Roger Carson, Bernard Wood.
RQ! Egg - Managers: Robert Elliott, John Haenny, Bill Wilson.
The thirty-fou members of the football
squad for the year 1947 will long be remember-
ed in the Seb ing High School sports, annals.
Through the tireless efforts of the squad
Coach Heacock and Assistant Coach Schaefer,
McKinley High School enjoyed a very successful
season on the gridiron.
Co-captains of the team were two senior
boys, Carroll Smith and Kenneth Zurbrugg.
During the season the boys played a total
of nine games. Of these nine games, they Ion
seven and lost only two. '
The opponents and scores for each of the
season's contests follouz
Newton Falls 0 Sebring 7
East Palestine 6 Sebring 33
Louisville 6 Sebring 0
Minerva 0 Sebring eo
Lisbon 20 Sebring 7
Carrollton Sebring 7
Columbiana Sebring 25
Leetonia 0 Sebring 25
Boardman 12 Sebring 20
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Eg! Qgg - Dave Mullett, Earl Allcorn Ray Jackson, Theophan Steve, Gene Welch
5g!'1!g - Mr. Schaefer, Bob Rockwell, Glenn Johnson, Dale Weizenecker, Dale Mohr, Bill
The Sebring McKinley High School basket-
ball team, coached by Mr. Ray Schaeffer, was
made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Theophan Steve, a member of this year's grad--
uating class, is the captain of the team.
The lettermen are as follows: Theophan
Steve, Dale Mohr, Bob Rockwell, and Wesley
Struthers 33 51
Canton Lincoln 27 25 f
Carrollton 33 25 "'
Louisville 36 77
Minerva 29 32
Leetonia 39 19
Louisville 34 45
Canton Twp. 33 43
Boardman 35 L3
Canfield 34 36
Columbiana 38 43
Goshen 48 15
Lisbon 29 33
Newton Falls 41 29
East Palestine 21 32
Salem 39 58
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gg! Qgg - Dale Weizenecker, Dick Speakman, Dave Mullett, Clyde Israel, Alton Stanley, Dale Mohr,
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Row One - Jerry Fink. Jerry Tuel, Gary Beals, Steve Tucker, Benny Weieenecker, Eddie Jordan,
JH'BFaHley, Neil Abney.
Row Two - George Tuel, Anthony Cormy, Hugh Potter, Bill Marshall, Dale Cameron, Jack Harris,
G'e'r'ie'lT5dervvood, Ragrmond Pinkerton, Donald Springer, Mr. Hullet.
Row Three - Clinton Hoopes, Walter Weekly, Carlos Smith, Ray Early, Charles Fink, Dick Lofland,
BfIIv'TJ'frTker, Dean Hutmacher, George Sines.
gg! Q-gg - Buddy Herren, Steve Tucker, Jerry Fink, Benny Weizenecker, Dean Hutmacher, Raymond
gg 1 - Jerry Tuel, Anthony Conny, Jack Harrie, Dale Cameron, Andrew Safkow, Mr. Trott.
.1391 QLQQ - Sam Potter, George Sings Dick Lofland, Eddie .oroz,ca1-mos Smith, Walter Weekly
Raymond Pinkerton. ' A
Eg! Qgg - Nancy Sabatine, Betty Tucker, Thelma Knecht, Donna Heestand, Edna Krahling, Vaunda
Moore, Pat Best, Virginia Dawson, Joanne Campbell, Marilyn Henry.
gg! Tgg - Miss Bready, Rita Tucker, Olga Schenk, Dolores Collums, Lou Pearson, Caroline Goodman,
Dolores McBride,' Peggy Menges, Willa Mae Andale, Phyllis Munsell, Marilyn Eastham, Norma Dorsey
gg! Thggg - Ruth Thompson, Ruth Shively, Ruth Buehler, Maxine Heverly, Marilyn May, Ruth Kintner
Joanne Gfeller, Frances Welsh, Janet Chapman, Martha Sweely, Dorothy Garlock, Jackie Bischel.
gg! Eggg - Doris Higgens, Darlene Steele, Martha Cardinal, Cotsy Schroeder, Joan Gerber, Shirley
Mayhew, Carol Lockhart, Lois Fittro, Letha Barnett, Fonda Menges, Marcie Bradley. .
gg! Flys - Hazel Kelley, Marybelle 'Watson, Doris B unie, Virginia Baker, Doris King, Eleanar
Ailes, Deloris Zurbrugg, Norma Gdrby, Jane Hutmacher, Ruth You ans, Alice Sweely, Sara
Did you say intramurals tonight? It must
- be Tuesday and again time for one of those ex'
M citing sports contests sponsored by the G. A.
N A. for all members and any girls who wish to
become members. V
' The Girls Athletic Association tries to
foster an interest and participation in group
sports by sponsoring the weekly intramural
program and by holding a play day with .other
schools in the spring.
Its members have worked on other types of
projects too, this year such as decorating the
ing up a Christmas basket for a needy family
OFFICERS auditorium for our Christmas program and mak-
President Edna Krahling P in the community,
Treasurer I Donna Heestand
Recording Secretary VBUDGS MODIS -
Corresponding Secretary Pat Best
Sponsor Miss Bready
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Joan Erb, Hazel Kelley, larilyn Henry, Pat lood.
gg! 212 - Irs. Leek, Joan Gerber, Iarcie Bradley, Jocey laternan, Donna Heestand, Joanne
Haherland, Norma Dorsey, larilyn Eastham, Barbara lcCune, Janet Pettit, Joanne Ganpbmii, Peggy
IQILKQQQJDYJI Schroeder. lies Howell. . ,
Bow Three - Detty'Thckem5 Jackie Biehsel, Joan n G eller, Fran ce Weleib Arden: Poormu , lilll
it-3E'S'ara Cartuight, Kathleen Hutmacher, Virginia Dawson, . Hxttro.
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- Thelma Xnecht, 'Roselle krtin, Vaurida loore, lartha lankin, Sara Talbot, Jean
lcCaus1and, Shirley layhew, Carol Lockhart, larilyn Gartrell, larybelle latson, Jeanne Williams,
Egg 211g - lary lorrison, Carol lcCune, Doris King, Doris B unie, Beverly Gooding, Phyllis
lunsell, Ruth Ibumans, Eleanor Ailes, Deloris Zurh ugg, Georgia Hutnacher, Jane Hutmacher, lelba
Lover, Janet Chapman.
The purpose of the !4Teens is to develop
the mental, social, and spiritual phases of
each girl's life.
During the year the club adopted a' President
girls' home in Brenan, Germany, sent three
delegates to the !4Teen Conference in Colum-
bus, sponsored a recognition service, a 'Dey
of Worship' at Christmas, a banquet, an Bas-
ter meditation assembly, an '1pple.Po1ishing
Tea', and were co-sponsors of the movie,
'Youth for the Kingdom.'
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Egg Qgg - Anna Mae Elliott, Patricia Flowers, Joyce Coleman, Florence Ellis, Betty Weekly,
Esther Wright, Joyce Eaton, Donna Morrison, Barbara Locke.
391 Egg - M s. Freed, Ruth Shively, Ruth Buehler, Esther Krahling, Jeanne Morrison, Mary Woolf,
Doris Higgins, Marlene Marshall, Betty Rockwell, Miss Mallernee.
gg! Three - Twila Steele, Betty Mason, Maxine Heverly, Marilyn May, Jean Metz, Billie Lower,
Ruth Ann Kinter, Beverly Cox, Nancy Henry, Mary Calderone, Martha Smith.
Eg! Four - Doris Fobean, Patricia Boehmer, Carole Hannen, Gladys Baker, Mary Jane Jordon,
Carolyn Goodman, Deloris McBride, Nancy Sabatine.
gg! Five - Dorothy Fairbanks, Dorothy Marshall, Jean King, Kathleen Musselman, Darlene Steele,
Virginia Fryfogle, Anna Lockner, Helen Taylor, Ruth Wilson, Edna Hoff, Margaret Augustine.
A new organization in McKinley High can
be found this year under the name of the
Friendship Club. This group was organized as
a Wkid sistern club of ou Y-Teens. Both
freshman and sophomore girls are eligible mem-
bers. - .
Most of its activities have been carried.
on in co-operation with the YhTeens. . Such
projects included the presentation of the
Christmas program and packing clothing 'or
The enthusiasm of the girls of this club
is a sure sign that they ,will be enthusiastic1
Y-Teens later on in their high school careers.
President Betty Weekly
Vice-President Esther Wright
Secretary Joyce Eaton
Treasurer Florence Ellis
Co-Sponsors Miss Mallernee
Eg! One - Ed Schmid, Wilbu Buehler, Dale Weizenecker, Milton Shively, Don Beckett, Carroll
Smith, Don Andrews, T. Steve.
Eg! 139 - Mr. Strauss, George Amabeli, Tony Amabeli, Kenneth Zurbrugg, Donald Santee, Alton
Stanley, Clyde Israel, Pete Carlino, Charles French.
gg! Three 5 Dick Speakman, Clarence Gassman, Bob Rockwell, Si Lee, Gordon Borton, Don Brown,
Raymond Olson, Richard Lee, Eugene Burgess.
Gene Bu gess
M . Strauss
This organization is made up of twentyh
six boys who have as their purpose to create,
maintain, and extend throughout the school
and community the highest standards of Chris-
Outsta ding events of the year included
swimming at the Youngstown Y. M. G. A., pre-
sentation of a chapel program, and Sunday
attendance at various churches.
The club has endeavored to develop char-
acter, citizenship, and school spirit among
Guest speakers have addressed the club
at several meetings. Another highlight of
the year was the banquet co-sponsored by the
!hTeens and Hi-Y.
LATIN Cl.UB l
ggi Qgg - Dale Kitzmiller, Carol Hannon, Melba Lower, Pat Wood, John Chambers, Ruth Shively,
Peggy Menges, Jean Metz, Jim McCausland.
gpg EIQ - Maxine Heverly, Joanne Campbell, Marilyn Eastham, Florence Williams, Ruth Thompson,
Billie Lower, Mary Ogden, Betty Blake, Mrs. Boster.
gg! Three - Florence Ellis, Ruth Kintner, Esther Wright, Norma Dorsey, Marcie B adley, Pat
Boehmer, Edna Krahling, Dorothy Garlock, Joyce Eaton, Marlene Marshall.
gg! Four - Charles Ling, Harry Beals, Jack Reddy, Bob Tuel, Bob Ferguson, Herbert Aeling, Jack
Shoffner, Alvin Barnett.
The Latin Club, having approximately
sixty members, provides an opportunity for
students to learn more of the cultural back-
ground of the ancient Romans as well as an op-
portunity for social activity. 1
The first event of the year was an ini-
tiation ceremony and the installation of of-
ficers. This was followed by a Prandium at
Thanksgiving, a Saturnalia Festival at Christ-
mas, a 'Julius Caesarn program observing the
Idea of March and a Roman banquet concluded
the year's social calendar.
One outstanding program featured a guest
speaker, who told of her travels and study in
Rome. As a final act, the club presented a
substantial gift to the Latin department of OFFICERS .
Praeses Pat Wgod
SENATORS Sub-Praeses Ruth Shivgly
301158 Carole Hannen
Melba Lower Peggy Menges Dale Kitzmiller Quaestar Jqhn Chambers
Jim McCausla d Jean Metz Harry Boals Sponsor Mrs, Boat.,
F U T U RE i-IOM EMA K1-ERS O F AMER! CA
gg! Qgg - Betty Rockwell, Betty Mason, Roselle Martin, Anada Sweely, Ardena Poorman, Alice
Meir, Thelma Knecht, Doris Oswalt, Jane Hutmacher.
gg! Tgg - Mrs. Freed, Twila Steele, Martha Smith, Pat Flowers, Doris Higgins, Jeanne Morrison,
Joanne Gfeller, Frances Welsh, Jackie Bischel, Anna Mae Phillips.
gg! Three - Janet Pettit, Anna Mae Elliott, Joyce Coleman, Martha Mankin, Jean Steele, Mary
Woolf, Deloris Zurbrugg, Doloris Cartwright, Florence Ruth, Alice Williams, Elizabeth Kinser.
gg! Four - Mary Case, Darlene Steele, Helen King, Virginia Fryfogle, Carolyn Goodman, Mary
Jordon, Georgia Hutmacher, Virginia Baker, Joanne Folk, Letha Barnett, Ruth Wilson, Donna
President Anada Sweely
Vice-President Ardena Poorman
Secretary Alice Jean Meir
Trea urer Roselle Martin
Historian A Thelma Knecht
News Reporter Doris Oswalt
Sponsor Mrs. Freed
What's a family without a cook? In our
family we usually find that our best cooks are
among the members of the F.H.A.
WToward new horizonsn is a motto which
truly expresses the purposes of their organ-
ization--learning to live better today that
our lives and the lives of our families may be
1 All Thirtyhsix members have been kept ac-
tive by such things as a casserole supper for
their mothers, a spring style show, a project
of textile painting, working for the Junior
Homemaker's degree, and working for the Chap-
At one meeting the group heard Miss Souse
of the Alliance Y.M.C.A.
The F.H.A. progress doesn't stop with
the close of school. During the summer they
plan to spend an afternnon swimming followed
by a casserole supper. On another date they
intend to cook their supper out-of-doors.
BUSINESS LEADERS, OE TOMORROW
gg! Qgg - Thelma Knecht, Betty Tucker, Marcie Bradley, Joan Erb, Cotsy Schroeder, Marjorie
Snyder, Marilyn Gartrell, Jane Hutmacher, Helen Fleming.
gg! Egg - M s. Leek, Jocey Waterman, Donna Heestand, Nelda Myers, Joanne Haberland, Barbara
McCune, Janet Pettit, Joanne Campbell.
Egg Thggg - Jacqueline Bichsel, Alice Meir, Frances Welsh, Ardena Poorman, Marilyn Eastham,
Willa Mae Andrie, Dorothy Snyder, Sarah Talbot, Joanne Gfeller.
gg! Four - Rosella Martin, Vau da Moore, Betty Brogan, Martha Mankin, Beverly Gooding, Phyllis
Munsell, Janet Chapman.
The Business Leaders of Tomorrow is an
organization helpful to those members of the
S. H. S. family' interested in commercial vo-
The club meets the seco d and fourth
Thursday of each month. The club sponsored
noon dances which were held Wednesday.
The group also has ordered a film con-
cerning a day with a secretary and has made
several interesting field trips du ing the
President Cotsy Schroeder
Vice-President Joan Erb
Secretary Marjorie Snyder
Treasurer Marilyn Gartrell
SPOHSOI' Mrs, Leek
SCI-XLPEL AND SCOPE
gg! Qgg - Ruth Shively, Barbara Locke, Betty Weekly, Harry Elder, Tony Amabeli, Carol Hannon,
Maxine Heverly, Donna Morrison.
gg! Tgg - Ruth Buehler, Ruth Thompson, Ruth Kintner, Esther Krahling, Marilyn May, Jeanne
Morrison, Janet Chapman, Miss Mallernee.
gg! Three - Bill Stanford, Jack Reddy, Helen King, Mary Jordon, Gladys Baker, Doris Fobean,
Rebecca Gill, Bob Ferguson, John Chambers.
gg! Fogg - Ralph Ward, Bill Wilson, Charles Birr, Bob Barrett, Valas Winters, Walter Clegg, Ray
Olson, Ralph Zurhrugg, Tom Hampton.
Those students especially interested in
biology find pleasure in belonging to the
Scalpel and Scope, ou biology club.
They try to become acquainted with
biology, develop understanding, and foster
attitudes which will make them better people.
Throughout the year they have had var-
ious speakers at their regular meetings.
Other highlights included visits to the
Massillon State Hospital, and the Alliance
OFFICERS ' City Hospital. p A
President Tony Amabeli
Vice-President Harry Elder
SecretaryeTreasurer Carole Hannen
Sponsor Miss Mallernee
VERTEBRA p CLUB,
gg! Qgg - Twila Steele, Nancy Henry, Dorothy Marshall, Dulaine Ebersole, Don Krahling, Bud
B eckner, Esther Wright, Martha Smith, Betty Rockwell.
gg! Qgg - Miss Mallernee, Ruth Haberland, Joyce Eaton, Edna Hoff, Ethel Burrier, Jean Metz,
Billie Lower, Mary Ogden, Anna Mae Elliott, Marlene Marshall.
gg! Tgggg - Junior Wise, Charles ,L1ngo, Bill Youmans, Jean King, Kathleen Musselman, Pat
Boehmer, George Ludwick, Don Pittman, Ronald Neafie.
gg! Fog - Charles Manypenny, David Smith, Paul Hoffmeyer, Jerry Snode, Bob Meek, Bill Tuel.
Gene Trimmer, Bernard Russell, Jack Shoffner, Harry Boals, Elvin Barnett.
The Vertebra Club is an organization for
freshman students who have a keen interest in
They promote such traits as cautiousness,
openmindedness, tolerance, accuracy, and good
The group has had many interesting meet-
ings such as the one at which Marshal James
Marshall spoke on the science of fighting
crime. At another meeting Mr. Merrell spoke
To round out the year, the group held a
spring banquet which had as its theme WConser-
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Eg! I-gg - T. Steve, Miss Crewson, Don Andrews, Mr. McBride, Ruth Youmans, Rita Tucker.
Pat Wood Cnet picturedl.
The Semper Fidelis Chapter of the Na-
tional Honor Society promotes scholarship,
leadership, character, and service in our
At the formal initiation, October 3, six
members, selected last year, became active
society members. Their activities consisted
of acting as guides at open house, a meeting
with members of the football squad to discuss
scholarship, a meeting with clubs and class
officers to discuss co-operation between mem-
bers and sponsors, Red Cross work, and a
Fou juniors and six seniors were initi-
ated into the club at the end of the first
semister and took their part in the various
MINIWANCA AND BOYS' STATE D,E!.i-XGATES
gg! Qng - Miniwanca - Olga Schenk, Si Lee, Theophan Steve, lartha Cardinal
gg! Tgg - Boys State - Milton Shively, Carroll Smith, Don Kndrews
Each year delegates are chosen from the
Junior Class to represent our high school at
Boys' State and Camp Miniwanca. '
These students are outstanding in charac-
ter, personality, and class work.
Boys' State is located at Delaware, Ohio
and there the boys participate in the running
of a mock state government. The experience
they gain, better prepares them to take their
places in the world as intelligent citizens.
Beautiful Camp Miniwanca is situated on
Lake Michigan in the State of Michigan. The
purpose of the camp is to develop in its mem-
bers the fou -fold life--emphasizing the phy-
sical, mental, religious, and social phases.
The inspiration one receives from the perso-
nalities and perfect examples of the leaders
challenges one to,greater heights of Chris-
tian living. '
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NATIONAL TH ES P IANS
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ow I-ug - T. Steve, Martha Cardinal, Marilyn Henry, Joan Gerber, Peggy Menges, lliss Henry.
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LQ! In - Dorothy Jackson, Olga Schenk, Pat Best, Melba Lower, Marilyn Henry, Martha Cardinal,
Jeanne Williams, Pat Wood, Knot picturedl. .
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Rita Tucker, Olga Schenk, Marilyn Henry, Mar-
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Sarah Jane Cartwright, Bruce Fink, Marilyn
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Awards are presented each year to several
outstanding freshmen, chosen by the Honor
Society and faculty for their achievements in
scholarship, leadership, character, and ser-
vice--the four cardinal principles of the
National Honor Society.
This encourages the younger students to
strive for those qualities which will make
them eligible for membership in the Honor 1
Society when they become juniors.
To be chosen for a freshman award is the
highest honor which can be bestowed upon a
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Maxine Heaverly, Dorothy Fairbanks, Dale
Kitzmiller, Marilyn May, Ruth Shively.
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Running: for a touchdown in the Carrollton
Practice began for the Rotary Play.
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others hope, a new tradition was inaugurated when the football captain and the escorts con-
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A We had "A Date With Judy".
In our first home game we defeated Canton Lin- ' ' A C
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The weeks before vacation were crowded' With activities and the spirit of Christmas. All the clubs
and classes presented their sponsors with gifts. The auditorium was the scene of mary Christmas
parties, the most outstanding of which was the long-awaited Christmas Fomal. The term ended with
the clearing away of gay wrappings and decorations while mary "Merry Christmasesn were echoing
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attraction - AE - all the profits went to the
Backed enthusiastically by the fans, our team seniors.
fought its best at every game.
Lights, camera, action! We vreren't making a movie, THE TROJAN staff had started to work and
the photographer was here to do his duty. Despite the snow and severe cold, students plodded
their way to the door and life went on as usual at S.H.S.
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