Mount Cory High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Mount Cory, OH)
- Class of 1948
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We, the Senior Class of Mt. Cory, wish to dedicate our 1948 Shamrock to our
Sponsor, Mr. Harry Kanuck, whose interest and cooperation has helped to
make our annual a success. To him, we wish to express our deepest apprecia-
tion and gratitude for his services.
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If in future years, while reading these pages, you receive a few happy
memories of your school days at Mt. Cory Hiqh School, we, the annual staff,
shall consider our time and efforts well spent.
ln the past, the Shamrock has been published
by the Seniors alone. This year a number of
Iuniors are participating in the planning and
preparation of this annual. Through active par-
ticipation we hope that they will have gained
sufficient experience to be of valuable assist-
ance in their publication next year.
We wish to thank Mr. Kanuck, Mrs. Benning-
er, Mr. Clevidence, and all others who have
helped in the publication of this l948 Shamrock.
The Annual Staff consists of the following:
Editor-in-Chief ,............... Eleanor Steiner
Asst. Editor ....
Asst. Editor ........ .... I oan Niswander
Art Editor ........... ......... l oe King
Business Manager ..... ..... L eland Wilkins
Asst. Business Mgr. .... .. .Ann Anderson
Asst. Literary Editor ......
Sports Editor ........
Circulation Manager ......
Mary Ellen Hector
. . .... lean Ann Klingler
. .Dorothy Bowersox
. . . . . .Ierry Wolfrom
. . . . . .Bernita Bracy
. . . . .Bernita Winget
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Clarence lones, Howard Benroth, Norwood Powell, Walter Mont
gornery, Waldo Hanna, Clerk-Merle Folk.
Mr. Severns came to our school in 1945 after hav-
ing served ten years as atheletic coach at Chardon
High School. He later became High School Principal
in that school tor tour years. He came to Mt. Cory
from Newbury Centralized School where he served
as superintendent tor a period ot tour years. As su-
perintendent he is responsible for the educational
policies, selection of textbooks, selection of teachers,
public relations, and general supervision of both
grade and high school.
He teaches both American History and American
Mr. Severns has attended and received credits
from Wittenburg College, Findlay College, Kent State
University, Northwestern University, Akron Univer-
sity, and Ohio State University, however, both his
B.S. and A.M. degrees were received from Ohio State
Mr. Severns was a member of the Pi Kappa Phi
fraternity while in College.
B01-XRD CF EDUCATION
Clerk-Merle Folk, Waldo Hanna, Howard Benroth, Norwood Po-
well, Russell Ream, Lehr Green,
P R I N C I P A L
Mr. Kanuck came here in the fall of 1946, and was
appointed Principal at the beginning of the present
school year. Besides assisting in the administration
of the affairs of the school he teaches physics, mathe-
matics and chemistry. He is assistant football coach
and is in charge oi visual education.
He serves as advisor to the senior class and the
newly organized Science and Photography Club.
He received his AB. degree from Findlay College.
BS. in lvliisii' and Art
Ball State 'll!3Gi'llOl'lS
AB. Dt 'citric
English, La in
S. in Home Economics
Ohio State University
2nd Year Diploma
2nd Year Diploma
3rd Year Diploma
4th and 5th Grade
AB. Degree from
5th and Sth Grade
BS. in Educaiion
cience, lndusirial Arls
Ray Bowersox, Albert Bauman, Clair Helier, Wade King, Guy
Boy's Physical Education
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Grandad Steps Out 37
Strictly Formal 47 Science
W and Photography Club 47 Q'3!?- Chl
Sports Club 4.
Librarian 27 Office Work
2,47 Honor Society 3,41
Grandad Steps Out 37
Strictly Formal 47 Annual
SENIUH CLASS UFFIEEHS
President ...... . . .Eleanor Steiner
Vice-President .... . . .lerry Woltrorn
Secretary. . . .... Ioan Niswander
Treasurer ................ lean Ann Klinqler
Class Motto. .Work Accomplishes All Things
Class Flower. . . . . .American Beauty Rose
Class Colors .... . . .Black and Gold
Glee Club l,2,3,47 Mixec
Z.. Chorus l7 Girls' Ensemble
pi?" 47 FHA. l,Z,3,4g Strictly
Formal 47 G.A.A. 47 G.A
A. reporter 47 Annua
Glee Club l,2,3,47 Mixed
Chorus l7 Girls' Ensemble
47 4-H lg F.H.A. 2,37
Grandad Steps Out 37
,Q-4 Strictly Formal 47 Cafe-
teria 3,47 Music and Dra-
matic Club 4: Annual Staff.
lee Club l,Z,3,47 Girls'
H 2,3,4: 4fH Vice-Presi-
ant 37 Boys' 4-H 3,47 4-H
'easurer 3: lr. Leadership
47 Hancock County Steer
lub 3,47 F.l-l.A. l,2,3,4:
HA. Reporter 47 Music
-id Dramatic Club 47
usic and Dramatic Treas-
'er 47 G.A.A, 47 Cafe-
ria 3,47 Librarian 3,4.
lass President l7 Foot-
xll l,2,3,47 Basketball 1,
3,47 Softball l,2,47 Gran-
xd Steps Out 37 Strictly
:rmal 47 Sports Club 47
:xrsity Club 4.
sketball 1,37 Grandad
eps Out 37 Strictly For-
Il 47 Sports Club 47 An!
otball l,3,47 Grandad
2ps Out 3: Strictly For-
xl 47 Sports Club 47 Var'
y Club 4.
Mary Ellen Hector
Glee Club l,2,37 Mixed
Chorus 17 4-H l7 F.l-LA.
l,2,3,47 Grandad Steps Out
37 Strictly Formal 47 G.
AA. 47 Music and Dra-
matic Club 47 Librarian
37 Hancock County Steer
Class Vice-President l7
Basketball l,2,3,47 Softball
l,2,3,47 Football 2,3,47 Bas-
ketball Captain 4: Class
Secretary and Treasurer
27 Strictly Formal 47 An-
nual Staffg Sports Club 47
Varsity Club 4.
lean Ann Klingler
Class Treasurer 1,47 Class
President 2,37 Glee Club
l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus l7
Orchestra l,2,37 Girls' En-
semble 47 4-H l,Z,37 Ir.
Leadership 37 F.H.A. l,2,
3,47 F.H.A. Vice-President
3: Strictly Formal 47 G.
A-A. 4: Annual Staff.
Glee Club l,2,3,47 Mixed
Chorus l7 F.l-l.A. l,2,37
Strictly Formal 45 Music
and Dramatic Club 4.
Liberty l,2,3: Glee Club
1,273,147 Mixed Chorus 2,37
Girls Ensemble l,2,37 FH.
A. 3,47 Newspaper Staff 37
Take lt Easy 37 Strictly
Formal 47 Pep Club 172,37
Music and Dramatic Club
47 Booster Board 27 Class
Secretary l,47 Music Sec-
retary 37 Cheerleader 47
Cafeteria l,27 Librarian 2,
47 Annual Staff 4.
Football l,2,3,47 Softball
l,2,3,4: Basketball l,2,3,47
Class Vice President 27
Annual Staff 47 Sports
Club 47 Varsity Club 4.
Class Secretary 1,37 Class
President 47 Orchestra l,2,
3,47 Glee Club l,2,3,47
Mixed Chorus l7 Girls En-
semble l,2,3,47 Honor So-
ciety 3,4: Grandad Steps
Out 37 Strictly Formal 47
G,A.A, 47 G.A.A. President
47 Science and Photogra-
phy Club 47 Annual Staff.
Liberty I7 Class Treasurer
l7 Glee Club l,2,3,47 En-
semble l,2,3,47 F,l-l.A, l,2,
3.47 4-H 3,47 Student Di-
rector 37 Music Secretary
47 Mixed Chorus 2: Music
and Dramatic Club 47
Grandad Steps Out 3:
Strictly Formal 4.
Pandora 17 Band 17 FH..
l,2,3,47 Orchestra 2,3,
Glee Club 2,3,47 Mixe
Chorus 27 Girls Ensemb
3,47 Accompanist 4, Mus
and Dramatic Club
Grandad Steps Out
Strictly Formal 47 Offir
Work 47 Honor Society 3,
Class Treasurer 37 Scho
Treasurer 47 Girls 4AH 2,
47 Vice President Girls 4-
27 Boys 4-H 2,3,4I Bog
4-H Secretary 37 lr. Lea
ership 3,47 Annual Staff
Grandad Steps Out
Office Work 47 Honor So
ety 47 Annual Staff
Rawson 1,27 The Whr
Town's Talking 37 Clc
Vice President 3,47 Softbt
37 Football 37 Basketbt
37 Sports Club 47 Vars
Club 47 Strictly Formal
Sports Club 4.
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"Strictly Formal", a three act comedy by
William Davidson, was presented by the class
oi 1948 November 21, 1947. It was under the
direction oi Mrs. Nellie Benninger.
lane and Sally have no dates for the I. S.
Dance. George and lim haven't said a Word.
Marcia, Sally's cousin from New York, arrives
and gets one man right alter another, except,
Elroy, who is more interested in the shot-put.
lane's cousin, Cindy arrives. She is a movie
ian and ready to solve any pro-blem. What
started as a mild Worry about who dates Whom
for the Senior Dance, becomes a war of Dad's
Peonies, shot-puts, mumps, and movies.
lane, who hasn't a date for the dance
Sally, lane's best friend .......... lean Klingler
Agnes, the maid ............... Ann Anderson
Andrew Cutler, Iane's father. .Leonard Amstutz
Nettie Cutler, her mother ........ Ianette Wentz
Mr. Ahern, a neighbor ............... Bill Falk
lim, Sally's boy-friend .......... Bobby Clymer
Hose Tilton, who gets the mumps
Mrs. Tilton, her mother ....... Virginia Klingler
Iosie Tilton, her kid sister ...... Eleanor Steiner
George, lane's boy-friend ............ Ioe King
Elroy, who likes to put the shot. .lerry Wolfrom
Marcia, who collects men. .Mary Ellen Hector
Cindy Collins, a girl With ideas
Marilyn, who is after Elroy ...... Bernita Bracy
Lt. Bob Cunningham, from the air force
The stage managers were Leland Wilkins
and Edison Young. Bernita Winget and .Elaine
Brecht were the student assistants.
ln September l936, eleven small but hopeful pupils enrolled in the first grade
at Mt. Cory School. They were namely: Marilyn Kitchen, Ralph McVey, Twila
Henry, Bill Falk, Suzanne Wolley, Mary Ellen Hector, Howard Hamilton, Dor-
othy Bowersox, Eleanor Steiner, foe King and Bob Clymer. The last six of these
have remained together all through these eventful twelve years.
As we strove to develop our basic education during those first years, our
number changed constantly with the coming and going of pupils. The first
year we welcomed two new members, Bernita Winget and Leonard Amstutz.
ln our third year Ann Anderson came to us. During the fourth grade we lost
Ann Anderson, and Bill Falk, Leonard Amstutz and Twila Henry, we welcomed
one new member, Wade Oberly. When we came back for our fifth year, we
saw three new faces: Bonnie Flora, Gwendolyn Codner, and Robert Gilbert.
We lost one student, Ralph McVey. We were very fortunate to find, when We
returned for the sixth time, six new members, namely: lean Ann'Klingler, Vir-
ginia Klingler, Edison Young, Ann Anderson, Betty Bruce, and Dalton Watkins.
We lost Robert Gilbert.
In l942, we came back to begin a new phase of school life. We were now in
lunior High School and felt quite important. We had three new members in the
seventh year, Bernita Bracy, Leonard Amstutz, and Bernice Crawfis. We lost
Suzanne Wolley and Gwendolyn Codner. During the eighth grade we wel-
comed Bonnie Crawfis and lost Betty Bruce.
When we returned as Freshmen in the fall of 1944, we were happy to Wel-
come three new members: Bud Fronsoe, Elaine Brecht, and Bill Falk. Under
the sponsorship of Mrs. Dukes, we enjoyed many happy times at class parties
and other activities. We still had a long road to travel before we could claim
the dignity of upper classmen, but we were willing to put forth the effort neces-
sary to achieve that goal. Wade Oberly withdrew during our Freshmen year.
As Sophomores we welcomed Deloris Plankenhorn and Ianette Wentz into
our midst. We were sorry however, to lose five old pupils: Bonnie Crawfis,
Bonnie Flora, Bernice Crawfis, Bud Fronsoe, and Marilyn Kitchen. Also in our
Sophomore year we excitedly picked out our class rings.
We returned in 1946, as Iuniors, eager to take part in the activities and to
do our part in continuing the traditions of Mt. Cory High. We elected class
officers as follows: President-lean Ann Klingler, Vice President-Ierry Wol-
from, Secretary-Eleanor Steiner, Treasurer-Dalton Watkins. In November of
the same year, Dalton Watkins moved away and was succeeded by Deloris
Plankenhorn as class treasurer.
Under the direction of Mrs. Nellie Turner, we presented our Iunior play
"Grandad Steps Out". With the aid of Mr. Kanuck, our sponsor, we presented
the Seniors with the traditional Iunior-Senior Banquet.
This brings us to the present year. Yes, we are now twenty dignified Seniors.
This year brought another student to us, Ioan Niswander.
Our class officers for this, our last year, are the following: President-Eleanor
Steiner, Vice President-Ierry Wolfrom, Secretary-Ioan Niswander, Treasurer
-lean Ann Klingler.
Early in the year, we traveled to Tiffin to have our graduation pictures
taken which we received in December.
We again were under the sponsorship of Mr. Kanuck and with his aid we
elected a staff and proceeded to publish the Shamrock.
With Mrs. Renninger as director, we produced and proudly presented our
Senior play entitled "Strictly Formal".
This year we were the very appreciative guests of the Iuniors at the Iunior-
We're looking forward, of course, to the day when we can say good-bye to
M. C. H. S. but each of us wonders what the future holds in store for us and our
classmates. This is the parting of ways for us, and so in parting we want to
wish the best of success to those still matriculating at Mt. Cory High School.
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JUNIOR CLASS UPFIEEHS
President ..... . . .Carroll Neff
Vice-President. . . ...... Lou Wells
Secretary. . . . . .Betty Lou Green
Treasurer .... . . .Richard Marquart
Class Flower .... .... Y ellow Rose
Class Colors ............... Blue and Silver
Class Motto .... Strive on-For Success Lies
FIRST ROWAMarilyn Flick, Bonnie Burkholder, Dorothy Welty, Betty Lou Green, Donna Hartman,
SECOND ROW-Advisor Mr. Marshall, Lou Wells, loan Brecht, Ioan Elzay, loe Smith, Anna Louise
Montgomery, Mary lane Marquart, Mary Williamson.
THIRD ROWf-Richard Peterson, Donald lones, Carroll Neff, Paul Breitiqan, Willis Anderson, Iohn
Warren, Richard Marquart.
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SUPHUIVIUBE CLASS UFFICEBS
President ..... .... M ax Miller
Vice-President. . . .... Dick Dukes
Secretary. . . . . .Doris Niswander
Treasurer. . . .... Donna Clymer
FIRST ROW-Leota Bracy, Nelson Steinman, lack Basinger, Coleen Dangler, Vera Kempf, Shirleen
Wolfrom, Donna Clymer, Dick Dukes, Corel Welch.
SECOND ROWfRoberta Klinqler, Marilyn White, Doris Niswander, Robert Vvlorren, Kenneth Bald-
win, Ierry Siies, Donald Moyer, Robert Alspcxch, Max Miller, Ieanette Shafer, Mrs. Nye, advisor.
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President ..... .... P at Steiner
Vice-President. . . . . .Virginia Bishop
Secretary .... ....... I ohn Rogers
Treasurer .... .. .lean Ann Martin
FIRST ROW-loan Green, Marilyn Amstutz, Rosella Shulaw, Rosemary Montgomery, Pat Steiner,
Betty Ream, Virginia Bishop, Esther Hartman, Janice Shafer.
SECOND ROW-lim Benroth, Elinor Bowersox, lean Ann Martin, Nora Mae Powell, Sue Ann
Radabauqh, lim Dray, Iohn Rogers, Charles Crow, lim Henry, Mrs. Renninger, advisor.
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FIRST ROW--Iunior Gretner, Marilyn Marquart, Dorel Plankenhorn, Marietta Ripley, Iim Iohnson,
James Marshall, Teddy Sites, Dale Dean Hector, Dean Falk,
SECOND ROW---Alice Marquart, Raymond Kempf, lames King, Kenneth Hamilton, Billy Shellen-
barqer, Doris lean Battles, Don Wilkins, lane Ann Hutchinson, Grace Ann Sheahan, Donnalou
Bracy, Advisor Mr. Clevidence.
THlRD ROW-Mary Alice Vtfaltz, Margaret Auashurqer, Marjorie Basinger, Bill Elliott, Larry
Dudqeon, Barbara Pearson, Mary Sampson, Donna lune Gossard.
ABSENT- Carol lean Frantz.
FIRST ROWA-Ioe Welch, Billy Steinman, Russell Koontz, Donald Sites, Ianet Sites, Eloise Sampson,
Forrest Welch, Larry Ream.
SECOND ROW f Advisor Mr. Trostmiller, Grace Auqsburaer, Mary Lou Wilkins, Iudith Benroth,
Kaye Nonnamaker, Betty Sampson, Robert Neff, Shirley Battles, Larry Creeqer, Dolores Ripley.
ABSENT Patty Ann Trackler.
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FIRST ROW-Imelda Plankenhorn, Angeline Shulaw, Fredrick Henry, Ronnie Deifendeiter, Marilyn
Manqes, Phyllis Watkins, Marlene Wilkins, Elizabeth Klinqler, Imelda Brctcy
SECOND ROWW Mrs. McVetta, Betty Williams, Charlene Inbody, Mary Io Balsirxger, Ierry Weidman,
Betty Iean I-Iamilton, Ruth Danqler, Mildred Hanna.
THIRD ROWW-Iimmy Wells, Robert Edinqer, Ronald Ream, Robert Dean I-lartman, Carl Amstutz.
FIRST ROW-Margaret Dudqeon, Iune Gallant, Lola Danqler, Ioyce Benroth, Denise Scoles, Norma
Sutton, Gene Victory, Ioanne Basinqer, Joyce Basinqer, Roqer Frantz, Dale Welih, Raymond Koontz.
SECOND ROW-A-Mrs. McVetta, Leroy Reiter, Lowell Green, Scott Cramer Lcren Eck, Beverly Crawfis
Paul Peterson, Iimmie Auqsburqer, Tommy Fairburn, Betty Shumachyer, Eugene Driftmyer, Paul
Gossard, Iames Montgomery, Miss Folk.
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FIRST ROW-Shirley Ruppright,
Elvina Wilkins, Nelda Clymer,
Betty Stewart, Patsy Lou Lehman, Lois Ann Inbody, Beverly Battles,
Iimmy Warren, Gian Welch, Lulabelle Bracy, Bonnie Marquart
Marlene Powell. -
Robert Shafer, Larry Karch, Robert Auqsburqer, Carroll Gossard
SECOND ROW'-V-lanet Edinqer, ,
Harold Vtfeidman, Carol Reiter, Tommy Reiter, Iva May Tripplehorn, Marilyn Neff, Elaine Frech,
A L L THIRD GRADE
FIRST ROW-Teddy Reiter, lack Rogers, Kenneth Gossarcl, Sherman Wilkins, Ieny Miller, Curtis
Hartman, Dick Elliott, Byron Manqes, Ierry Frantz.
SECOND ROW Ellen Wilkins, Ianet Welch, Velva Shafer, Margaret Klinqler, Maryann Lehman,
Elaine Stratton, Arlene Marshall, Phyllis Shafer, Mary Baumqartner, Delores Hanna, Ruth Ann
Tl-HRD ROW Dean Reichley, Dale Wilson, Edith Auqsburqer, Richard Tripplehorn, lvan Danqler,
Larry lnbody, Lewis Frantz, Ernest Dudqeon, Laura Mae Scheidiqger, l.fValdo Greiner, Kevin Griffith,
Phyllis Pearson, Miss Headinqton.
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FIRST ROW-Larry Stratton, Dwayne Wilson, Harvey Wilkins, Ierry Camper, Marlene Doty, Nancy
Armbrecht, Nancy Ream, Don Klinaler, Bonnie Victory, Leroy Rain9Y, Ierry Dukes.
SECOND ROW Gene F lk M l
a , er in Marshall, Dean Bic-ry, Ianice Reiter, Betty Lou Blue, Bill McVetta,
Susan Wiess, lanet Martin, Patsy Powell, Diana Frantz, Mrs, McVay.
FIRST ROW--Richard Warren, Paul Shulaw Donnie Bowyer Frankie S I C
, , co es, onner Stewart,
Wayne Williams, Ronnie Moser, Roger Kenton.
SECOND ROW4Ioan Wise, Ruthann Karch, Carol Sue Lehman, Carolyn Kramer, Mary Carol
Plankenhorn, Ianice Triplehorn, Betty Von Stein, Madge Shafer, Karen Amstutz, Linda Danqler,
THIRD ROW-Miss Beagle, Suellen Falk, Billy Wiess, Tommy Edinqer, Karen Eck, Velma Mae
Moser, loan Ripley, ludy Kina, Marilyn Auqsburqer, Karen Fisher, Gene Niswander.
ABSENT-Ierry Burkholder, Kayleen Ruppright.
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FIRST ROW-Eleanor Steiner, Ann Anderson, Bernita Winget, Deloris Plankenhorn.
SECOND ROW-Richard Marquart, Carroll Neff, Lou Wells, Donna Hartman, Carson Marshall.
The Iunior Class chose for its initial dramatic
presentation the beautiful, old play "Smilin'
Through" by Allan Langdon Martin. An excel-
lent performance was enacted amid an unusual
and lovely setting-that of an old English
The prologue opens the play showing Mary
Clare and Sarah Wayne peering through a
garden gate. Both have died. They are Watch-
ing Iohn Cartaret who has become an embitt-
ered old man. He has refused to permit Kath-
leen, the girl he has reared from infancy, to
marry Kenneth Wayne. It all stems from a
hatred he has borne for fifty years for the boy's
father, Ieremiah Wayne.
leremiah, in a fit of anger over having lost
Moonyeen to Cartaret, shot to kill Cartaret, but
killed Moonyeen instead. All through the years
Cartaret has held the grudge but through Kath-
leen's love for Kenneth, Dr. Owen's pleas, and
Moonyeen's return, he is softened and becomes
a happy old man at last.
Kathleen, an Irish lass ........ Donna Hartman
Kenneth Wayne, her suitor. .Richard Marquart
lohn Cartaret, a testy old gentleman. .Ioe Smith
a young bridegroom .......... Iohn Warren
Moonyeen, Iohn's lovely bride-to-be
Dr. Owen, neighbor and best friend of Iohn's
best man at Wedding .......... Carroll Neff
Ellen, Mr. Cartaret's faithful housekeeper
Ieremiah Wayne, rejected lover of Moonyeen's
Mary, Moonyeen's sister and Kathleen's Mother
Sarah, Kenneth's Mother .......... Lou Wells
Willie Ainely, very much in love with Kathleen
Wedding Guests ........ Mary Marquart, Ioan
Brecht, loan Elzay, Donald
lones, Richard Koontz.
Prompters. .Bonnie Burkholder, Mary Marquart,
Announcer ..................... Marilyn Flick
Stage Manager ..... .... M r. Carson Marshall
Programs ......... ...... A nn Montgomery
Director .... .... M rs. Nellie Renninger
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FIRST ROW-Marilyn Flick, Mrs. Geary, advisor, Elaine Brecht, Mary Williamson, Dorothy Welty,
Ioan Brechl, Lou Wells.
SECOND ROW-Betty Lou Green, Mary lane Marquart, Deloris Plankenhom, Ianette Wentz, Ioan
Niswander, Mary Ellen Hector, Dorothy Bowersox, lean Ann Klinqler, Anna Louise Montgomery.
THIRD ROW-Donna Hartman, Donna Clymer, lean Ann Martin, Ncra Mae Powell, Ioan Elzay,
Rosemary Montgomery, Betty Ream, Esther Hartman.
FIRST ROW!-Donald Sites, lames Kina, Iim Benroth, Iames Marshall ,Dick Dukes, Dean Falk,
SECOND ROVV-Don Wilkins, Nelson Steinman, lim Dray, Paul Breitiqan, Larry Dudqeon, lohn
Rogers, Iames Anderson.
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FIRST ROW-Marilyn Flick, Ioan Green, Roberta Klinqler, Vera Kempf, Rosemary Montgomery,
Betty Ream, Virginia Bishop, Esther Hartman, Donna Clymer, Leota Bracy.
SECOND ROW--Director Mrs. Nye, Bernita Bracy, Virginia Klinqler, Elinor Bowersox, Pat Steiner,
Sue Ann Radabauqh, Ioan Niswander, Doris Niswander, Dorothy Bowersox, lean Ann Klinqler,
Eleanor Steiner, Pianist-Deloris Plankenhorn.
THIRD ROW---Dorothy Welty, Elaine Brecht, loan Elzay, loan Brecht Pianist--Nora Mae Powell,
Janette Wentz, Anna Louise Montgomery, Mary Williamson, Mary lane Marquart, Donna Hartman.
PIANIST Nora Mae Powell.
FIRST ROW-Director Mrs. Nye, lean Ann Klinqler, Pat Steiner, Deloris Plankenhorn, Sue Ann
Radahauqh, lanette Wentz, Dorothy Bowersox, Mary Williamson.
SECOND ROW-Bernita Bracy, Donna Clymer, Doroth Welt , El S
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FIRST ROW-Director Mrs, Nye, Charles
Crow, Iim Benroth, Richard Koontz, Dick
Dukes, Corel Welch.
SECOND ROWffPianist Deloris Planlcen-
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Peterson, Bill Tooley, Donald Moyer,
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Richard Koontz, Deloris Plankenhorn, loan Green.
STANDING-lames Anderson, Director Mrs. Nye, Paul Breiiiqan, Ierry Sites.
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FIRST ROW-Marilyn Marquart, lane Ann Hutchinson, lanet Sites, Alice Marquart, Shirley Battles,
Donnalou Bracy, Doloris Ripley.
SECOND ROW4Grace Ann Sheahan, ludith Benroth, Doris lean Battles, Marjorie Basinqer, Barbara
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SECOND ROWvDorel Planlcenhorn, Don Wilkins, Iarnes King, Billy Shellenbarger, Bill Elliott, Larry
Duclqeon, Raymond Kernpf, Iirn Iohnson, Iames Marshall.
FIRST ROW-Donna Hartman, Marilyn White, Ioan Niswander, Elaine Brecht, Marjorie Basinger,
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Larry Creeaer, Dean Falk, Dorel Plankenhorn.
SECOND ROW--Forrest Welch, Iunior Greiner, Dick Dukes,
Max Miller, Richard Marquart, Iohn Warren, Robert Warren,
,Ierry Woltrom, Richard Koontz, Billy Shellenbarqer, Don
Wilkins, Iames Marshall.
THIRD ROW---Iames Kinq, Iim Henry, Larry Dudqeon, Billy
Falk, Bill Tooley, Ioe Kino, Bobby Clymer, Carroll Neff,
Howard Hamilton, Willis Anderson, Ierry Sites, Richard
Peterson, Donald Moyer, Phillip Shellenbarqer, Edison
Younq, Kenneth Hamilton, Teddy Sites, Advisor Mr. Trost-
FOURTH ROW-lim Iohnson, Iim Beriroth, Iohn Rogers,
Iames Anderson, Leland Wilkins, Paul Breitigan, Mac
McDowell, Leonard Amstutz, Clyde Tyson, lack Basinqer,
Iim Dray, Charles Crow, Georqe Fortman, Raymond Kempf.
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Breitiqan, Iames King.
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Mary Vtlilliamson, Dorothy Welty, Betty Ream, Bernita
Bracy, Ioan Brecht, Iean Ann Martin, Es.her Hartman,
THIRD ROW-'Shirley Battles, Mary Alice Waltz, Doris
Battles, Deloris Plankenhorn, Sue Ann Radabauqh, Ianette
Hector, Roberta Klinqler, Barbara Pearson, Iane Ann
Hutchinson, Grace Ann Sheahan, Donna Lou Bracy, Mrs.
FOURTH ROW--Mrs. Nye, Marilyn Marquart, Pat Steiner,
Rosemary Montgomery, Virginia Klinqler, Donna Clymer,
Donna Hartman, Virginia Bishop, Grace Auqsburqer, Alice
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SECOND ROWfRosernary Montgomery, Mary Williamson, Elaine Brecht, Mary lane Marquart,
lean Ann Martin, Ianette Shafer, Mary Ellen Hector, Ioan Brecht, Elinor Bowersox, Pat Steiner,
Coleen Danqler, Advisor Mrs. Renninqer.
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Nora M. Powell, Ioan Elzay, Anna L. Montgomery, lean Ann Klinqler.
FIRST ROW-Janet Sites, Shirley Battles, Iudith Benroth, Grace Ann Sheahan, Donnalou Bracy,
Marietta Ripley, Marilyn Marquart,
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Mary Alice Waltz, Marjorie Basinqer, Betty Sampson, Mary Sampson, Kaye Nonnamaker, Donna
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FIRST ROW A lames King, Forrest Welch, Dean Falk, lunior Greiner, lim Iohnson, Teddy Sites,
Dale Dean Hector.
SECOND ROW--Mr. Kanuck, Paul Breitiqan, Leonard Amstutz, Clyde Tyson, Pat Steiner, Eleanor
FIRST ROWW Dorel Plankenhorn, Larry Creeqer, lunior Greiner, Robert Neff, Billy Steinman, loe
Vxfelch, Raymond Kempt, lim lohnson, Larry Ream, Dean Falk, Russel Koontz, Teddy Sites, Donald
SECOND ROW Don Wilkins, Nelson Steinman, Larry Dudqeon, Bobby Alspach, loe Smith, Advisor
Mr. Marshall, Kenneth Baldwin, lerry Sites, Bill Elliott, Billy Shellenbarqer, Kenneth Hamilton, Dick
Peterson, lim Marshall, Corel Welch.
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FIRST ROW-Dick Dukes, Max Miller, Richard Marquart, Iohn Warren, Robert Warren, Ierry
Wolfrom, Richard Koontz.
SECOND ROW-Mr. Trostmiller, Iohn Rogers, Ioe King, Bobby Clymer, Carroll Neff, Howard
Hamilton, Willis Anderson, Ierry Sites, Dick Peterson.
THIRD ROWfIim Anderson, Lee Wilkins, Paul Breitigan, Mac McDowell, Clyde Tyson, lack
Basinger, lim Dray.
FIRST ROW-Larry Ream, Dorel Plankenhorn, Robert Neff, Dale Dean Hector, Ronald Ream,
Kenneth Hamilton, lim Benroth, Dick Dukes.
SECOND ROWfImelda Plankenhorn, Zona Mae McDowell, Mary Io Basinger, Ruth Dangler, Betty
I, Hamilton, Marilyn Manges, Charlene Inbody, Mildred Hanna, Ioyce Benroth, Marlene Wilkirs.
THIRD RO'WYElaine Brecht, Deloris Plankenhom, Nora Mae Powell, Mary Ellen Hector, Ianette
Wentz, Ioan Brecht, Margaret Augsburger, Anna L. Montgomery, Dorothy Welty, Donna Hartman.
FOURTH ROW--Marilyn Flick, Iudy Benroth, Rosemary Montgomery, Coleen Dangler, Betty Ream,
Esther Hartman, Grace Augsburger, Charles Crow, Denise Scoles.
FIFTH ROW---Bill Elliott, Donald Iones, Mac McDowell, Paul Breitigan, Carroll Neff, Robert Warren,
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lohn'Warren, Clyde Tyson, Bobby Clymer.
THIRD ROW-Asst. Coach Kanuck, Charles Crow, Robert Warren, Lee Wilkins, Bill Tooley, Donald
lones, Mac McDowell, Willis Anderson, Donald Moyer, Ioe King, Richard Marquart, lim Henry, lim
Benroth, Coach Trostmiller.
Mt. Blanchard We opened our 1947 Grid sea-
son with a win over Blanchard. Both teams
failed to score in the first half, but mid way in
the third period Lee Wilkins slammed inside
his own right end to score. Neither team scored
again and our first league victory was on ice by
a close 6-0 count.
Arcadia On the following Friday we clashed
with Arcadia. Our offensive power was super-
ior to Arcadia all the way and behind hard
blocking, Lee Wilkins tallied four touchdowns
and one conversion for Mt. Cory's total of twen-
ty-five points. Arcadia pushed across for two
six pointers to round out the scoring. Our sec-
ond victory was sewed-up by a 25-12 score.
North Baltimore A week later, North Baltimore
ioumeyed to Mt. Cory for a non-leaguer. Four
plays after the starting whistle, the Tigers had
six points. Immediately after this: Mt. Cory's
offensive power was exhibited and North Balti-
more's defense fell. Wilkins, Warren, Neff, Mar-
quart and King shared in the scoring for a total
of thirty-one while the Tigers nursed six.
Vanlue In this contest we were destined to
lose our first game. In a rough affair all the
way, the Wildcats drove over for a lone six-
pointer and then converted for a total of seven
points, while the Green went scoreless. The
final score was 7-0.
McComb On the following Friday, we traveled
to McComb. The Panthers gathered two quick
touchdowns in the first half while the Green
went scoreless. In the second half, although
we completely dominated the play, the best we
could manage was one six pointer. This was
when Lee Wilkins raced forty-seven yards to
tally. At the end, we found ourselves on the
short end of a 12-6 score.
Arlington The next week we clashed with the
hi-powered Arlington eleven. lt was the Red-
Devils all the way, exhibiting matchless power.
They shoved across six touchdowns and five
conversions for a total of 41 points while the
Green failed to tally.
Van Buren Our next opponent was Van Buren.
Although Mt. Cory completely out played them
all the way, we managed but one six pointer
when Dick Marquart skirted his own left end
to score. As the contest ended the Green was on
Van Buren's five yard line. We copped by a
Liberty The Eagles journeyed to Mt. Cory,
looking for their first win of the season. How-
ever, they came to the wrong place as Mt. Cory
rolled across four six pointers and two con-
versions for 26 points. Liberty earned a brace
of touchdowns for 12.
Rawson ln the final game of the season, we
matched swords with our rival, Rawson. At
the half time Rawson led 13-O. Early in the
third period Lee Wilkins broke through the Gold
forward wall and scampered 53 yards to pay
dirt. ln the final minutes, Rawson again tallied
to clinch the contest, 19-6.
.Cory.. Mt. Blanchard
Mt. Cory. .25 Arcadia .... .
. Cory. .31 N. Baltimore .
. Cory. . 0 Vanlue .... .
. Cory. . 6 McComb . . .
. Cory. . O Arlington . . .
.Cory. . 7 Van Buren . .
. Cory. . 26 Liberty .... .
. Cory Rawson ....
TOP ROW - Clyde Tyson
Carroll Neff, Howard Hamil-
ton, Leland Wilkins.
MIDDLE ROW - loe King
obert Warren, Richard Mar-
uart, Richard Peterson.
OTTOM ROW-Bobby Cly-
er, Iohn Warren, Ierry Sites.
FIRST ROW-Robert Warren, Lee
Wilkins, Ioe King, Carroll Neff, Richard Marquart, Bobby Clymer
SECOND ROW--Coach Trostmiller, Clyde Tyson, lack Basinqer, Max Miller, Dick Peterson Iohn
Warren, Donald lones, Mac McDowell.
THIRD BOW-Asst. Mgr. Donald
john Rogers, Charles Crow, Mqr.
Mt. Cory .....
Moyer, Iim Benroth, Richard Koontz, lames Anderson, lim Dray
36 North Baltimore . . . . . . .39
December 5 Mt. Cory ..... 41 Mt. Blanchard .... .... 2 3
December 12 Mt. Cory ..... 39 Arcadia ........ .... 2 3
December 13 Mt. Cory ..... 39 Bawson . . . . . . .31
December l9 Mt. Cory ..... 24 Vanlue . . . . . . .28
lanuary 9 Mt. Cory ..... 56 Dunkirk . . . . . . .36
Ianuary 10 Mt. Cory ..... 33 Gilboa .... .... 5 5
lanuary l6 Mt. Cory ..... 42 McComb . . . . . . .40
Ianuary 23 Mt. Cory ..... 29 Arlington . . .... 32
lanuary 30 Mt. Cory ..... 46 Van Buren . . . . . . .30
lanuary 31. Mt. Cory ..... 58 Dunkirk . . . . . . .23
February 5 Mt. Cory ..... 53 Liberty .... .... 3 9
February 13 Mt. Cory ..... 48 Rawson . . . . . . . 47
Games Won 10 Games Lost 4
February 20 Mt. Cory ..... 47 McComb . . . . . . .23
February 26 Mt. Cory ..... 47 Arlington . . .... 46
February 28 Mt
.Cory ..... 36 Vanlue . . . . . . .38
We opened our Basketball season this year with tive ot last year's lettermen
in the starting lineup: Captain loe King, Bob Clymer, Lee Wilkins, Dick Mar-
quart, and Carroll Neff.
Our initial game was with North Baltimore. Although Mt. Cory was able
to score 29 points in the first halt, we were held to 7 in the last half and North
Baltimore copped the game 39-36, in an overtime.
The next three games told a different story as We rolled over Mt. Blanchard,
Arcadia, and Rawson with convincing scores. Our first league defeat came at
the hands of Vanlue, who took the contest by a close 28-24 count.
We then engaged Dunkirk in a non-league tilt and Cory proved to be the
better team as We posted a 56-36 Win over the Hardin County boys. Our next
game was with Gilboa, the Putnam County Champs, who gave us our Worst
defeat of the season 55-33. Following Gilboa came McComb. After a tough
battle all the Way, We came out on the long end of a 42-40 score. The next Week
We traveled to Arlington only to drop a harrowing game to them 32-29.
We then copped games from Van Buren, Liberty, Dunkirk and our ancient
rival, Rawson. This was the most thrilling game of the year, from which We
emerged the victor, 48-47.
JUNIUR HI BASKETBALL
FIRST ROW-Dale Dean Hector, Iim Iohnson, Iames King, Robert Neff, Raymond Kempf, Kenneth
Hamilton, Dean Falk, Larry Ream, Billy Steinman.
SECOND ROW-Coach Trostmiller, lim Benroth, Charles Crow, Iim Dray, Mac McDowell, Clyde
Tyson, Iames Anderson, Iohn Rogers, Mgr, Donald Moyer.
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8.-First day of school.
12.-Elected class officers. Blanchard
football game. We won 6-0.
l9.-Arcadia F. B. game: we won 25-12.
23.-Meeting for Senior pictures.
26.-Girls softball game with Gilboa:
we lost 15-8.
30.-Meeting for Senior pictures.
3.-Vanlue F. B. game: Vanlue 7, Cory
7.-Meeting for invitations and name
10.-McComb F. B. game: We're de-
14.-P.T.A. Meeting-no teachers pres-
17.-Arlington F. B. game: Red Devils
20.-Mr. Kanuck, some of annual staff
go to Fostoria to see about annuals.
21.-Senior class meeting.
22.-Meeting for invitations and name
23.-Seniors go to Tiffin to get pictures
24.-Van Buren game: we won 7-O.
27.-Senior class meeting.
28.-Meeting for annual covers.
30.-Liberty F. B. game: Cory wins 26-
31.-Teachers meeting at Toledo. No
3.-Proofs from Seniors' pictures re-
7.-Pep rally for Rawson game.
ll.-P.T.A. Meeting, Seniors gave skits
of their play.
12.-Club meetings - five new clubs
19.-Dress rehearsal for Senior play.
20.-Play presented to Liberty Seniors.
21.-Senior Class play-"Strictly For-
First basketball game: we played
Thanksgiving Day. No school.
-Still no school. Thanksgiving va-
-Senior class meeting for caps and
-Blanchard B. B. game: we won.
-Arcadia B. B. game: we are trium-
-Snow started drifting, school out
-Buses were late on account of
-Vanlue B. B. game. . we lost.
-Practiced for P.T.A. program.
--P.T.A. Christmas Program.
-Freshmen gave a Christmas play.
-Christmas vacation started.
-Back to school from Christmas va-
-School activity pictures taken.
-Dunkirk B. B.,game: we won.
-lunior High played Glenwood:
-Another day of exams. Basketball
with McComb: We won.
-Picture show. P.T.A.-Boys' Glee
--Girls' basketball tournament
-Arlington B. B. game: defeated.
-Van Buren B. B. game: Cory
-Ground hog saw his shadow.
-Iunior High tournament 5 we played
McComb and lost.
-Senior scholarship test at Findlay.
Liberty game: We're the Winners.
-Picture show. Womanless Wed-
ding PTA. Program-a good time
was had by all.
-Saw Henry V in Findlay.
-Friday the 13th. Rawson B. B.
game p Bawson defeated.
-Temperature 66, highest since l873.
-County tournament. Cory vs. Mc-
Comb: Cory victors.
-Magazine Sales ended-Boys will
eat turtle soup. Line up in hall for
tournament tickets. Lots of interest
-Ohio State Band Concert in
-Arlington vs. Mt. Cory in county
tournament. A "nip" and "tuck"
battle. We "tuck" 'em, 47-46.
-Cory beaten in overtime, 36-38, by
2.-P.T.A. Girls' Glee Club sang.
4.-F.H.A. girls Went to Arcadia for
5.-Ye Olde Countrye Store. Dramatic
and Music Club.
27.-More Bain. '
1.-Every Pupil Test. April Fool's Day.
2.-Every Pupil Test. Iunior play,
9.-General Scholarship Test.
13.-P.T.A. Play. "Lena Rivers".
l.-Bowling Green Scholarship Test.
7.-Iunior and Senior Banquet.
19.-Second Semester test.
Vqnlue, 25.-Seniors-some glad, some sad.
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consideration Whenever in need oi their products.
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