Mount Vernon High School - Forum Yearbook (Mount Vernon, OH)

 - Class of 1951

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I i Mann! 'Uwaan Jfiqfr- Scfzaal Mann! Qfefman, Ulm: Nlma Mala On Mount Vernon, Alma Mater, Glorious through the years, Brave, triumphant o'er our rivals, Harbor for our fears. We who love thee sing your praises, Shout them to the sky. When we're gone, we'll still remember Our Mount Vernon High. O'er the fields of triumph ever Shall her banners fly, Black and orange, loyal colors, Cf Mount Vernon High. 7he 7957 Waaum nuaauwaaqzaeawmszag gdilou V K Bu4ined41f'fanaqm DavidGI I ' ,Gaiman M s c EI hl V Aww WWW fbecficalion Www mzfamq qkmmmwmzqmmdwtsq Mean! Wyman School Zo Je defied ccllfqeni, mzzmqszwmzwwumm .4wa,m,zz,e -w1ofzz,,14" sw M ,mme Za Maura rm Aaah af ninefeen-fr-anchecf auf fbffff-one lo Mm Amheq Wughi. Miss Wright in sociology classes !Upper right!-Miss Wright os Deon of G Q4 V V I 1 fi PP. Q it Q Fawnfiaifzdan ,....., ' Soqzedwimdenl Building Problems JOHN DAVID GEIGER Mount Vernon, Ohio BIuFfton College, A. B. Ohio State University, M. A KENNETH WEST Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B. A., B. E. E., B. S. Ed., M. S. It's a Date flzinci rqddbifanl Whc1t's Your Excuse? HAROLD HIGHMAN Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B. S. Ed M. E. WWW b 5 EW Mvxmmgfmw W WWW if W My WW LW WWQ?fkfQ wg" QM V, WMM QW WWW W WWW ff WW W,5, K,W, WM H QQWMMJWMQZWW We JW 'MMM Q Q51 Www W 51929 Gwf Aww k W M71 WN gi ZW? X Jg,ffgL5fWjQi1f2f'2fX W ,M W W WMNWQZMK W W WQWWQWM 1 T' f T7 FLORENCE CASS Mount Vernon, Ohio Denison University, Ph.B. University of Minnesota Columbia University History SARA CANNON Mount Vernon, Ohio Bethany, B.A. New York University English, Journalism, Director of Publications ELEANOR OWENS Mount Vernon, Ohio Denison University, A.B. English i0 ROGER L. WALTON Gambier, Ohio Kenyon College, B.S. Kent State University, B.S. ln Ed. Chemistry, Physics MARGUERITE MANN Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. Ohio State University Ohio University English 9 A. J. ROBESON Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University Biology General Science GLADYS H. BAKER Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Geometry, Trigonometry, Advanced Algebra ALICE C. CASSELL Mount Vernon, Ohio University of Michigan, B.A. Latin 9 and i0 H. L. HIGHMAN Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University, B.S. M.A. Dean of Boys Business 10 Retail Sales HELEN C. SEVITTS Mount Vernon, Ohio Wooster, Ph.B. in Ed Columbia University, M.A. Westcrn Reserve University B.S. in Library Science Librarian FLOYD THOMAS Mount Vernon, Ohio Utah State College, B.S. Director of Athletics Director oi Intramurals Physical Ed. Reserve Football Junior High Basketball Golf Coach VIVIAN DOWDS Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan, B.A. U. S. History Page Thirteen b fi' PII? Q7 L .Q ,1- LOUISE M. HUGGINS Fredericktown, Ohio Wooster, B.S. Cook County Hospital School of Nursing Chicago, lll. Senior Health Sight and Hearing Program ROBERT C. FULLER Mount Vernon, Ohio Miami University King College, Tennessee Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Civics, Geography, Head Baseball Coach .lr. Hi Football 9th Grade Basketball DON SWEGAN Mount Vernon, Ohio Baldwin-Wallace Harvard, Wooster, B.A. V Western Reserve General Science Head Basketball Coach Asst. Football and Baseball Coach RUTH DOMIGAN TRUXALL Sunbury, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A. School of Speech, Northwestern University Speech and Dramatics English ELMER M. CRABBS Mount Vernon, Ohio Georgetown College, A.B. Miami University Ohio State University, M.A. General Mathematics, Track Coach Asst. Football and Basket- ball Coach AUDREY WRIGHT Mount Vernon, Ohio Muskingum College, Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Sociology Dean of Girls CLARICE LUTHER Mount Vernon, Ohio Muskingum, B.A. Ohio State University Girls' Physical Ed. MARTHA V. COCHRAN Mount Vernon, Ohio Asbury College, B.A. University of Kentucky Ashland College Assistant Librarian Personal Typing Typing l Business English MARY B. HERRON Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Capital University Typing, Shorthand, Office Practice JOE W. COTTON Mount Vernon, Ohio Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. Art LAMOlL L. OWEN Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University, M.A. in Ed. American Problems Visual Education ELDA BEHNKE Ashville, Ohio Miami University Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio State University Ashland College English 8 Page Fifteen 4-new V -"Y"---J'-4-.-..- TJ .nr -Tv GUY VAN NOSTRAND Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. World History KATHERINE PEARL ASKINS Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio Wesleyan Ohio University Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Mathematics 7 CLARENCE R. FRIDLINE Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. Vocational Agriculture LYLE W, BARNES Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S. industrial Arts FERN E. LEWIS Fredericktown, Ohio Asbury College, A.B. Ohio State University Art REX M. MURPHY Mount Vernon, Ohio Kent State University, B.S. in Ed. Duke University Western Reserve University American History Athletic Faculty Manager MARY KALER Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State Denison University, B.S. in Ed. English 7 RUTH McELHlNNEY Mount Vernon, Ohio Marshall College, A.B. Vocational Home Economics MAVIS KING Epsom, England Truro Training College Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music Music English 8 PEARL CARPENTER Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University Kent College Ashland College Mathematics IMOGENE MONTGOMERY Mount Vernon, Ohio Denison University, B.A. McGill University University of Toledo, M.A French and Spanish BILL M. ROOT Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio State University, B.S in Ed., M.A. Instrumental Music Page Seventeen 5 I v 1 l 1 Y Q GLADYS SCOTTIE LAWRENCE E. YARMAN Mount Vernon, Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Kent State University Ashland College, B.S. in Ed. Geography 7 Ohio State University, M.S. Geography 8 BERYL HIGHMAN DWIGHT L. BUMPUS Mount Vernon, Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio UHlVeI'SilY, B.S. in Ed. Springfield Teachers' College, l l l B.S. in Ed. Business Organization Elements of Record Keeping Hevd Football Couch B00lfl'e9Plf'9 lf 2 Economics, Business 9 General Sales Commercial Law Retail Sales Clerical Practice SUZANNE S. Friedly LAURA E, KOONS Cenlefbufgf Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Bowling Green University, B.S. weslem College fo, Women in Ed. B.A. Ohio State University, M.A. Columbia Unlve,-sllyl M.A- Senior Mathematics Ohio State University A'9e""' 9 english 72 Mathematics 7 English 7 LETHA F. FERGUSON LORET1-A GUBERT Howoidf Ohio Mount Vernon, Ohio Seffefaft' to P'l"ClPUl Mount Vernon High School Production Clerk NORA REID McKAY Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University History 8 MARIAN MocPHEE Mount Vernon, Ohio Grove City College Literature B, Special Education A. D. ASKINS Mount Vernon, Ohio Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed., M.A. Commercial Geography MARY BECK Mount Vernon, Ohio Secretary to Superintendent Page Nineteen Bama! of gcfucajion Left fo right: Mr. George Gelsclnliter, Mr. Thomos McDowell, Supl. John D. Geiger Mr. Fletcher Devin, Pres., Mrs. Viviun Corwin, Mr. Joseph Sellers .1 14.0jjzw14 Left fo right: Mrs. Clair Rice, Mr. Dean Levering, Mrs. Al Hoffman, Mr. l. D. lrick, Mrs. M. C. Boufon, Mrs. Paul Lord Page Twenty .Da 35144 Kwai? 072 Seniofut SENIOR OFFICERS Presidenf-- David Ogg Vice-PresicIent- Arlene Mossholder Secretary - Barbara McKinley Treasurer -- Carl Galleher Page Twenfy-two 1 r Y 04:23 J. X fflvs 5 . Q ,S Q 1.-s-1 rr f'. .' K 5, fd w , Q0 1- . k M 1 6 X s 1: RH X ag". .X .X N -x X ' . .fra X: fix if R ' . . x A N X .Ns Y . - z k , . Xk L 395 f if - f' gf 1- s- fl' A if'Qf: ' R, .V f ,, ' .v H 3 'lo . 1 5, 1 , 1' J- ' ' Qu'-7, 'kr 4, Y ,W 4? H A Q A , ffl: ig' f I xx 'f" 'Qi ,X if 9'I.K'N 1 l PERRY WILLIAMS TOP RANKING SENIOR Swim Elm .AQ Among the pictures of our 1951 graduating class of 113 seniors are the faces of many who started out together on their school careers twelve years ago. Whether they joined the class then or in later years, the members of the class have profited well by unforgettable experiences and valuable friendships they have had. ln the iunior year the class was organized for the first time to make some ac- complishments by working together. President Don Lambillotte, Vice-president Bill Turley, Secretary Patty Fletcher, and Treasurer Barbara Hulse saw us through the class play "Off a Pewter Platter" and a wonderful iunior-senior prom at the end of a busy year. Our senior year has been our busiest and, we hope, our most successful. Our president, Dave Ogg, has worked quite hard organizing various committees and tak- ing over his duties, with Vice-president Arlene Mossholder, Secretary Barbara McKinley, and Treasurer Carl Galleher. Our home-coming festivities included the crowning of Queen Mary Lou Watters. The football team chose senior attendants Kathleen Vernon and Barbara McKinley. We consider our greatest undertaking to be the 1951 FORUM in which we leave for posterity our pleasant memories of Mount Vernon High. Page Thirty ' 4 JUNIOR OFFICERS President-Janice Dearmcn Vice-President- Eddie Ernest Secretary - Eugene Phillips Treasurer -- Bill Everett Page Thirty-one MARY ANN MARY LOU ASHBROOK BABSON LOUISE BROWN JANET CONGER CAROLYN DOUP LOIS ANN GARDNER PATTY HARMON LOU ANN KOCH ROBERTA LYBARGER BILL MARCIA ZONDRA DICK JOURETTA LADONNA CHARLES BANNER BEACH BEVINGTON BECK BOUCHER BOWERS BENNETT DORIS DAVID JOAN JOYCE CHARLES BETTY MARY FRANK BUMPUS BRILLHART BURCHARD BUTCHER BUMPUS BUTLER CARTER BUTLER CYNTHIA JACK BARBARA ELLEN JERRY JOAN JANICE PAUL COOLIDGE CALDWELL COSNER DALRYMPLE CARTER DAVIS DEARMAN COLOPY BETTY JEAN EDDIE NANCY JO ANN BILL RUTH JEANNETTE JIM DRAKE ERNEST EDGAR EMLICH EVERETT EVANS FRY FRANCIS CAROL NORMAN JEANNE MARGARET PAUL JEAN ALICE JIM GEORGE GAINS GEORGE GRAVES GOOSENS GRUBAUGH HAGAMAN GRENNELL CARLENE MERRILL DEEDRA MARILYN RUSSELL KATHRYN MARY LIB RONNIE HARTMAN GRIERSON HESS HOFMANN HALL JENNINGS KITTLEBERGER HALTERMON ERVA JIM KAY JEAN JOE BARBARA RITA BILL MIDKIFF HIGGINS LAY LEE HENTHORNE LEWIS LIPPS HOLLAND IRIS WAYNE CONNIE BARBARA JACK JANE ELIZABETH JACK McMILLAN HUBBELL MCPEEK MAINE HYATT MARTIN MAYO JONES DOROTHY IMOGENE HAROLD SHELIA MEEK MIDDLETON KNOX MILL ELSIE THELMA DICK MARILYN POTES PUMPHREY LOREY RAMSEY CAROL BARBARA DON NORA MAE SHULTZ SLACK MILL SNOW MARY LOU ARTHUR JOAN EUGENE THOMAS PAQUES THORNBERRY PHILLIPS JEFF JEAN JOHN DARWIN SALISBURY WARMAN SCHORR SHOULTZ LOLITA RAY JACK ERVA WILLIAMS STOUT STREAM WILSON BARBARA KENNETH KYMER WHITE Page Thirfy-four DONNA ALBERT DOROTHY LOUELLA BOB NELL LEVENSON OWEN PORTER LOCKHART LOIS BILL BESSIE MARY MARVIN REX MCKOWN RIDENBAUGH SCHMIDT MCQUIGG JOYCE DON MARY JO MARY JO FRANCIS SOLES BERGER SWADNER TIER MOSSHOLDER BERNIDA CHARLES LENA ARTHUR CAROL UNDERHILL ROACH VERNON ROBINSON WARD JOAN JOHN LAWRENCE MARGARET RICHARD WARMAN SLEEPER SPERRY WELLS STARMER DICK JIM MARILYN BOB ROBERT TROWBRIDGE UMBAUGH WOODS VERNON VERNON BELINDA BARBARA WYANT GIMMESON Page Thirty-Eve Sapfnamafzed Boys: Sea'ed-John David Williams, Leland White, Jim Engle, Larry Bryan, Carl Williams, Bill Conard, Don Wagstaft, Weston Augenstein. Standing-Chuck Bonnist, Fred Ball, Larry Vail, John Hoyt, Norm Steugal', Bob Ferris, Clark Buxton, Preston Cline, Sidney Walker, John Grimm, Dale Miller, Barry Roessler, Larry Bonham, Bob BJrris, Ron McCoy. Girls: First Row-Regina Vernon, Betty Latherns, Carol Mayer, Elaine Kousoulas, Twila Fish, Joan Cornell, Barbara Gantz, Dee Olson. Second Row-Vivian Gallogly, Connie Walden, Barbara Sussman, Debbie Pond, Barbara l'-lershner, Shirley Wolf, Barbara Morris, Dorothy Warman, Mary Alice Warner, Nancy Ireland. :SO-flztdhtdflei Boys: First Row - Hobart McGill, Wayne Levers, Jimmy Hissong. Second Row - Dick Hiles, Dick Reynard, Jerry Knox. Third Row - Billy Small, Bill Shu- bert, Jimmy Bricker, Dick Poling. Fourth Row - Charles Wilson, Harold Sweigeart, Don Curry, Tommy Phillips, Bob Pitkin, Dave Kelner, Bob Ripley, Bobby Laymon. Girls: First Row - Doradell Wyant, Joan Elwood, Doris Belcher, Bet- ty Pritchett, Arlene Thomas. Second Row -- Carol Dunham, Shir- ley Tier, Ruth Gillooly, Wanda Sutton, Janet Berger, Joan Feasel. Third Row - Ann Painter, Sally Pryor, Mary Poland, Jolene Maz- za, Robby Curry. Fourth Row - Betty Butler, Bernice Lunsford, Pearl Conkle, Mona Coon, Nancy Hunter, Rosalee McKenzie, Joan Hamfllon, Mar- tha Talbot, Patty McClellan. Fifth Row - Mary Newton, Nancy Waddel, Virginia Kymer, Emery Pardee. Q Wx agfw x .I K lf, ,Bm 74 4411 5, is If X! S111 iv-b 'Sq-lf:-qlijg fxgvyva f ff f Q! f Wir f gg 7,1 Q, 'Q ,f W f 4 . , .ffwfw 'I A A KN1 5 by-V? . Q KLA' rf, by . 'xc ,. rv K Q f A 1' r 4 Q .QQ Q ' ' Q .. E - k. . Aff. 3 40 5 Aft Y vb 4 r N' 5 , je- 'S 'x A4 .Ax Egg, . fy. 14 si . if ', if Cf' x 1 Y' N3 2:11 ' 4' ff if 'S Jerry Adams Ronald Anderson Paul Atherton Larry Baker Richard Baney Harry Bassinger Harry Beckholt Jerry Beeman Albert Blue Gary Boucher William Brate Harry Breneman Leroy Bumpus David Burkey Phillip Burris Leroy Byall James Cherryholmes James Clark Edwin Cline Richard Cline Ronald Cline Jerry Clingerman Benny Cochran Robert Corcoran Donald Crawford Douglas Curry James Curry Donald Day Jack Day Byron Dearman Marvin Drake Robert Dunham John Ewalt Charles Fawcett Clark Fawcett Dick Fawcett Dick Ferry Frank Flecknoe John Frary David Frideline Jim Geiger John Grennell Leo Grubb Ronald Gullett Richard Hall Robert Harrod Handley Hayes Edwin Heagren Bernard Henthorne Earl Hess John Hess Jim Hoflman Jim Hoovler Phil Jacobs Eddy Jenkins Tim Karl Fred Kittelberger Harold Lahmon David Land Robert Lipps James Litzenberg James Looker James Lord John Lord William Martin Robert Masteller Gary Mayer Joe Mazza Sterling Millard Richard Morain Tom Mosely Page Forty igfflh Qaacfe Jack Mowery James Moxley Tom Moxley Robert McConnell Donnie McFarland Wayne McKee Glenn McMillan Kenneth McMillan Gene Nelson John Nugent Bud Oldaker Richard Payne William Peterson James Peterson Kenneth Porter Harley Pryor Gary Purdy Stanley Ransom Jimmie Rice Clarence Ridenbaugh William Ridenbaugh Keith Rinehart Lester Rockwell Carl Robinson Russell Rockwell Edwin Rowley Rex Rowley Lloyd Show Ronald Skinner Clifford Smith Richard Smith Jack Snow Carroll Sorge Ronald Speer David Spitzer Donald Stout Thomas Stream James Sweet Neil Talbott James Thompson James Trowbridge Ned Vannatta Duke Wagoner Dinsmore Warner Gail Weeks William Wise Larry Williams David Wyant William Yoakum Dale Zerull Judy Abers Donna Adams Beverly Auskings Janet Beckhault Ann Bell Jackie Burgess Patty Burns Betty Carter Ann Chalmers Bonnie Conkle Nancy Crawford Patsy Cranmer Carrie Dailey Jacqueline Dudgeon Margaret Dudgeon Lorna Eagle Marilee Ehrgott Essie Erlanger Joyce Fletcher Mary Lou Ferenbaugh Carolyn Frederick Eleanor Frye Carol Gillooley Shirley Grubaugh Wilma Hamilton Mary Lou Hampton Sally Henderson Jenet Henery Mary Jane Henthorn Zaida Henthorn Nancy Houbler Hazel Huggins Patty Hull Virginia Humbert Marie Hunter Judy Hurps Janet Hyatt Mary Jane lmhoff Betty Jones Elaine Keller Phyllis Kymer Simone Lambioette Barbara Lamson Sally Latham Beverly Lewis Gene Lewis Barbara Lonzo Linda McKinstry Georgene McKee Nancy McMahon Nina Marchal Iris Marks Marcella Mathers Judy Mild Patty Newton Ann Payne Joyce Payne Roberta Rabishaw Linda Ralston Esther Ransom Mary Ann Rawlins Pearl Reed Nancy Rice Mary Roach Sue Roberts Barbara Schmidt Carol Schreckengast Janet Scott Brent Scudder Dorothy Smith Velma Smith Kaye Snyder Edith Springer Lucille Stacey Marilyn Taylor Nancy Taylor Delores Totman Marilyn Ullman Patty Umbaugh Phyllis Underwood Margaret Vernon Donna Vian Burdetta Wagner Carolyn Wagner Betty Wagstatit Margorie Warman Shirley Wells Barbara Wilmotte Shirley Williams Bonnie Yoakum Catherine Yocum Dolores Yeager igfufh -eg? Page Forty-one Judy Ackerman Larry Agnew Mike Alexander Gusty Angelas Marie Antill William Appleton Robert Bader Charles Banning Billy Baker Linda Baker Nancy Ball Annette Baltzell Peter Barnes Mariarie Barncord Donna Baxter Archie Beck Robert Beck Patricia Beeman Mary Jane Bell Robert Berry Melvin Berry Clarence Benson David Bobst Danny Boucher Donna Boucher Julia Boyle Carolyn Brookins Tommy Brown Janet Bumpus Annette Burris Kenneth Chisholm Danny Clark Thelma Clements Donald Coe Melony Cofting George Colgin Joyce Colopy Rodrick Conkle Phyllis Coon Anna Cox Carol Crammer Philip Crumbaker Roberta Curry Donnie Dalrymple Gary Daubenspeck Loretta Davis Marcia Davis Donald Dearman Mollie Deedrich Charles Denhardt Marsha Devin Kenneth DeWitt Marilyn Dudgeon Henry Edminster Loduska Eis George Ellis Paul Emlich Rosalie Ernest Page Forty-two Seawjln Qaacfe Douglas Evans Joyce Fetter Larry Fogle Evelyn George Patty George Billy Graham Mary Jo Greene Henry Greer Marita Grubb Richard Haas Nancy Hagan Barbara Hall Raymond Hall Dana Harper David Harris Muriel Harris George Hartman Jennene Hatfield Beverly Hill Ellis Hite Kathleen Hubbard Charles Huffman Paul Huffman Harvey Huggins Betty Humbert Sue Hyatt Howard lrick James Ohde Janet Johnson Richard Kimble Larry Kreps Joan Kiger James Latherns Carolyn Layman Michael Lee John Levinson Joan Lockridge Hester London Charlotte Loney Jackie Lybarger Beverly Main Lorin Marble Roger Massa Tom McCartney Charles McDermott Patty McElroy .loan McGugin Carolyn McPeek Jimmy McKee Robert Melcher Janice Mild Freddie Miller Kay Mills Donna Morasutti Helen Morey John Mossholder Melvina Neighbarger Peter Parsons Felice Paques John Pearson Pamela Porter Janet Ransom Louella Reesman Colleen Reese Ann Rice Carroll Rine Martha Rine Shelda Robertson Delores Roe Mariorie Sanner Jet? Shamansky La Rue Schorr Wilma Show David Sigman Sandra Silvis Cecile Small Ann Smith Bobby Smith Margaret Smith Joyce Snow Gerald Speer Billy Squires Walter Stanley Marie Stevens Tanya Stuller Sandra St. John Jean Taylor Russell Teriung Carol Thomas Elizabeth Thomas Ronald Thomas Julie Thiebert Joe Todd Robert Totman Thomas Turner Gayle Ullman Gary Ute Ronald Vail Jim Vernon John Vernon Marcia Vernon Bonnie Walpole Jim Wareham Charles Ware Joe Watson Jean Wells James White Albert Williams Carolyn Williams Wayne Wolfe Carroll Wolford Patty Wolford Buddy Woodward Deanna Wright Barbara Yarman lris Zschocher Seaenlh Qaacfe PgFfy ix. x . . wang 1' E hu-Q inf -X .L 5 Q . 1 fi 'L I I o K Clk Syd Tp V .s-QV, ,s. ,"' ' p W 3 in vw Us I X ,V , - R - L ..' ' ' 5 '13-i?e N ' mpwh Jug. :pig 9 It .sw-J s 4 Y 3 X is F 4 A' gg: Ng y , V5 IE. Y Qyx . -FI ? sl W' ' K !"l1""-Y 1 Ggwwm Pk fsocmuss LW ,XO MOTKON ENT 95242-1, W- 7een4 Patty Fletcher, treasurer, Doris Hillier, secretory, Gertrude Kittelberger, vice-president, Mary Lou Watters, president. The Y-Teens meet twice a month. They have had many interesting speakers and pro- grams. The outstanding social functions have been the Y-Teen formal, the Mother- Daughter Banquet, and a talent show. As for proiects, the Y-Teens have sent choco- late bars to Greece, helped a needy family by giving food, toys, and clothing, and in the future, they are going to give money to a cause that is providing shut-ins with movie proiectors. They are also going to keep helping their "adopted" family. Patty Fletcher, Doris Hillier, Marcia Beach, Trudy Kittelberger, Joan Moffitt, Mary Lou Watters, Mary Ellen Ewing, Deedra Hess lou Ann Koch, Cynthia Coolidge, Louise Kerr, Betty Dexter. Page Forty-six W- '7een4 Top Picture-First row: Mrs. Cass, Advisor, Barbara Slack, Jaan Mofilitt, Louise Kerr, Patty Fletcher, Lou Ann Koch, Mary Ellen Ewing, Mary Lou Watters, Cynthia Coolidge, Marcia Beach, Deedra l-less, Betty Dexter, Doris Hillier. Second row: Belinda Wyant, .lean Warman, Barbara Cosner, Ellen Dalrymple, Mary Schmidt, Nancy Lannoy, Ruth Fish, Bar- bara Main, Lois Agnew, Barbara Genre, Rita Lipps, Jo Ann Emlfch, Phyllis Pier. Third row: Joan Warman, Nancy Edgar, Marilyn Ramsey, Margaret Graves, Carol Ward, Marilyn Woods, Phyllis Kaesar, Carole George, Ruth Evans, Arlene Mossholder, Roberta Lybarger, Kathleen Vernon, Virginia Eagle, Floramae Tuttle, Erva Wilson. Fourth row: Carolyn Doup, Ethel Vernon, Jeannette Graves, Margaret Hart, Louise Brown, Mary Libb Kittelberger, Janice Deerman, Barbara McKinley, Dona Nell, Anita Glover, Sally Tabor, Edna Warman, Jorretta Boucher. Fifth row: Mary Lou Babson, Imogene Middleton, Dixie Wolf, Kay Loy, Lolita Williams, Betty Jean Drake, Marilyn Hofmann, Mary Jo Tier, Mary Lou Thomas, Margaret Wells, Jean Gru baugh. Sixth row: Muriel Epstein, Pat Harmon, Shelia Mill, Carol Sattler, Lois Rex, Joyce Soles, Jean Reed, Nancy Hare. Seventh row: Carol Shoultz, Jane Hoovler, Noeama Jane Leosure, Joyce Butcher, Diana Hammonds, Delores Latherns, Virginia Rouse, Sue Robeson, Marilou Winlermute, Monica Jackson. Eighth row: Mary Lou Zigworth, Ann Ackerman, Elaine Wright, Jeanne Willis, Dorothy Meek, Joanne Davis. Bottom Picture--First row: Nancy Barncord, Sylvia Gerard, Mary Jane Tyson, Janet Veatch, Juanita Hite, Nancy Ireland, Wini- tred Rucka, Patsy Johnson, Joan Curtis, Faith Jones, Mary Hogan, Beverly Rine, Rachel Daily, Carolyn Hougland. Second row: Miss Kaler, Belva Nelson, Beverly Liter, Mary Ellen Sindlinger, Dorothy Warman, JoAnn Cornell, Mary Alice War- ner, Elaine Kousalous, Twila Fish, Barbara Sussman, Connie Walden, Barbara Stoyle, Barbara Baroth, Janet Bouton, Norma Jean Fetter, Mrs. Cass. Continued on page 149 Page Forty-seven , -H . ,rw ,5 9 in Qi' 1 v by ix Q V zz ' M143 ' Wmmxv llisfi . y , 451.24 W ,TI LW. V, If fl . X 3 VX 0 V. X f 2? 5 't,,,: Q 53 . ' . . ,a x ' 1 ,Mg ,,x, 52 "Q 1,5 xf' Q A wa. 'iffx r ri WSUUR5 0 0 ,f Q? si 6 N fr . Jai , ,, f b x , . 1 ' 4 K Q 4 3 QA Q Pi is A L 1 m I fun. H V. , f , , i. . A p N Wx X? W5 dm:.Q,y, 5 , V gn I, ,A gil 65, . , K M L , 5 5 355 , V 2 fly, 1 4 . 555941 g 'Y ' Gigi? fy VV! .- I if? 3 . i 1 wf- p 4 N I . ,l',q a- i is ' I' . -z,,-sh, H ,B avi W, ,QA .31 Q "5 I IL ' Sn 1 3 k . an-, , u 1 5' 39? hlnnii W ' z Semen Q41 Presiden ..... -- Don Lambillotte Vice-President --- --- Fred Erlanger Secretary --- -- Bill Turley Treasurer ........ -- Jack Blue Sergeant-at-Arms .............. Joe Sellers -'ff The Senior Hi-Y has been in operation for the past three years The program for the closing year is based around a trip to New York . During the basketball season the Sen- ior Hi-Y boys have formed a very outstanding basketball team which plays a schedule with county teams and with Mansfield. First row: Bob George, Jerry Galleher, Denny Thompson, David Gelsanliter, Joe Sellers, Jack Blue, Don Lambillolle. Second row: Richie Bcstin, Jim Legros, Bill Turley, Charles Titus, Fred Erlanger, Marvin Vcnnatta. Page Fifty Buck Jfi-Q The Buck Hi-Y is composed of iunior boys. This year the Bucks were sparked by many events. During Thanks- giving and Christmas they adopted a family. Also they planned a trip to Chicago, had parties, a -formal, and some interesting speakers. President .... ,- James Francis Vice-President --- - Eugene Phillips Secretary-Treasurer -- --- Russell Hall Chaplain .s..,,,. -- Richard Lorey First row: Jeff Salisbury, Jack Stream, Dave Brillhart, Jerry Carter, Gene Phillips, Bunny Hall, Dick Lorey. Second row: Norman Gaines, Lawrence Sperry, Albert Levenson, Dick Trowbridge. Page Fifty-one 0 ,liz-W The purpose of the O Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high stand- ards of Christian character. As a service to the school, the club provided refresh- ments to the basketball teams after games. To earn money for their proiects, the group sold candy throughout the community and at grade-school basketball games. President --- --- ........ Bill Conard Vice-President .... -- Gordon Lambillotte Secretary-Treasurer --- ....... Jerry Knox Chaplain ---.. .... -- Weston Augenstein First row, L. to R.: Mr. Swegan, Norm Steagall, Brad Koch, Gordon Lambilfotte, Fred Pargeon, Tom Phillips, Bill Conard. Second row: Johnny Hoyt, Dick Reynard, Jerry Knox, Chuck Bonnisl, Dick Poling, Weston Augenstein, Dale Miller. Page Fifty-two za, em First row: Dave Shields, Dave Ogg, Ron McGowan, Charlie Titus, Dave Gelsanliter, Bill Dougherty, Hobart Brown, Leo Butler. Second row: Chuck Bonnist, Eddie Ernest, Don Fleeger, Jerry Knox, Bill Conard, Dick Reynard, Bill Ward. The Key Club is composed of senior high school boys. This year the Key Club had many proiects. Some of these were painting the school football sign, hav- ing a paper drive, sending Cl Christmas package to Europe, having a formal, participating at the Kiwanis Polio Dance, and participating in other service pro- iects. In June several boys plan to go to the Convention at Miami, Florida. .. fini 5, fps-.A--51, . R sci. Q. we - X X if-is-Q Q ,lb W, X s . V , 3 -,SW K ch .. t'sr.f'Ta- 'jwsfL.n,, v .e President ..... -- David Gelsanliter Vice-president -- .., Bill Ward Secretary .... -- Bill Dougherty Treasurer - -- Ron McGowan Page Fifty-three Macau m" slag Virginia 55391853 Wm Eagle Editor Bob Walton Carl Irick --- Joan M Sue Lewis --- Ron McG Barbara McKinley Mary Ell en Ewing --- Marilou Wintermute D enney Thom DeLores Latherns - - Hobart Brown - - - Sue Robeson - - Mary Lou Watters -- Charlie Titus .... Fred E rlanger - - - Page Fifty-four ofltitt --- owan --- pson --- e s Business M anllter Dave G l ' h a - Subscription Kat nager --- Art Editor - - Photographer ---- Music ---------- Calendar -- Advertising Manager Manager --- Advertising St aff - - - Subscription Staff - - - Subscription Stal? - Subscription Staff ---- Photo Ed itor - - - Calendar - - - - - - Calendar Subscription Staff Advertising Staff lee n Vernon Editor i . Hfackelif " Sliaff Perry Williams Gertrude Kittelberger Dave Shields Editor Business Manager Editor Nancy Hare --- Jean Reed .... Monica Jackson --- Edna Warman --- Arlene Mossholder -- --- Bill Turley ...... Nancy Lannoy -- Carol Sattler -- Jane Hoovler --- Louise Kerr ....... Naoma Jane Leasure Muriel Epstein ..... Bill Dougherty --- Anita Glover --- Page Fifty-six --- Advertising Stat? ----- Girls' Sports -- Instrumental Music -------- Vocal Music Advertising Manager --..--- Sports Writer -- Subscription Staff ---------- Clubs -- Junior High Editor Subscription Manager -------- Library -- Exchange Editor --- Sports Writer --- Reporter 7.2 7,1 Paacaadinaiian -2. 'fav E, Paper Dolls - Af Your Age! Interesting? George! You Buy, We Sell Busy For a Change No Mistakes Now Page Fifty-eighf L. Q. ,Q 4. On the Girls' Athletic Association agenda for this year were many kinds of sports. They played volleyball in Loudonville, had an "All Sports Party," enioyed a "Bike Hike," held a "Date Night," and other parties pertaining to "Sports." The girls in the G.A.A. have to have some sports ability, must have points earned by participation in intramural sports, or outside of school. There were over forty members this year. President ...........,.,.,.,,,,,.. Jean Reed Secretary-treasurer -- --- Jean Warman Activities Chairman ,, W- Barbara Kymer Page Fifty-nine Slmfenl' Gonna!! President .... .... S ue Robeson Vice-president - - - - - - Dick Lorey Secretary .... .... R ussell Hall Treasurer --- ....... Barbara Hulse Adviser - - - - -Miss Audrey Wright The Student Council is an organization of representatives serving as a voice of the student body. lt tries to encourage good conduct in school, promote the general stu- dent welfare, and make recommendations to the school officials to accomplish these things, if necessary. There is one representative elected from each home room and each club or organization has the right to be represented. ln the Student Council there are various committees such as Safety, Courtesy, etc. for improvement in the school. This year the Student Council is revising the Handbook for the benefit of the stu- dents, especially the new students. A safety campaign and a courtesy campaign, have also been carried out this year. They were in charge of Homecoming activities and presented a gold football to the Homecoming Queen lthis she is to pass on to the next year's queeni, collected money for an assembly fund, the "Crusade for Free- dom," the "March of Dimes," and Aid for Crippled Children. ln March the Student Council sponsored an all-high school party, called the "Shamrock Shindig." Page Sixty swear eww fbamw ffl College Night Student Council College Night Refreshments Student Council .L Page Sixty-one -ef! 3, ,ge m,:f Q .siiihf :x P59 , R, . .. .-wwf-Q M 'W in 'Ay 55, LM y V 'P 'H' rf Il yu :- S sir' QQJ' w'4",: 'L+ .Af .wer ,gy l Q ,Ia js Lk fa., x ' 1 ffsf 0514 GZMA The Oils Club of Mount Vernon High School was comprised of nineteen members this year, each member contributing two oil paintings for an exhibit during the year. They also made a study of the correct method of framing pictures and the types of frames to use for framing oil paintings. The group worked once or twice a month in the evening and did not receive any extra credit. The officers this year were President, Mary Carterg Vice-president, Bob Waltong Treasurer, Vivian Galloghyg Secretary, Lindo Brillhart. Miss Fern Lewis was the ad- viser. The group was open to membership for all students who were interested in the field of oils. Page Sixty-three 4w1fuae7 ofrq ' There were eighteen active members in the Future Teachers of America group this year. Emphasis was placed upon character development, scholastic achievements and genuine interest in the field of teaching. Aspects of teacher training, teacher pre' paredness, teacher opportunity were studied. The aim ofthe group was to develop an attitude of rendering service to fellow students and friends. At commencement time the F.T.A. awarded an annual scholarship of fifty dollars to a prospective teacher in an acceptable teacher training institution. A group of five teachers acted as counselors. Miss Fern Lewis was the adviser, and Edna Warman was the president. The vice-president was Jane Geiger and Jane Hoovler was treasurer. g?f' ,i Page Sixty-four fl XM-.J Q. f PARTY 'Q 4. 4. 14. Dick Zinsmeister --- .... President Gene Phillips -- ---Vice-president Tom Phillips -- .... Secretary Bob Blue .... ---Treasurer Kenny Keck --- --- Sentinel Eddie Ernest --- ------- Reporter Fred Ball -----.- ---Student Adviser Clarence Fridline --- ------ Adviser The Mount Vernon Future Farmers of America Chapter started the year with fresh- men initiation. A hayride and a scrap drive were held in the fall. In November they sold Christmas cards, also organized a F.F.A. county basketball team. A pest hunt was held with the South defeating the North by more than 300 points. A speaking contest was held in December. Eugene Phillips placed first in the local contest and also won the district contest at Loudonville. The annual parliamentary pro- cedure team placed fourth in the county. The Annual F.F.A. Parent and Son banquet was held in March. The chapter sold seed corn and seed oats for local dealers. A softball team was entered in the county league in the spring. The chapter also entered an Agronomy, Dairy Cattle, General Livestock and Sheep teams in the State Judging Contest held at O.S.U. in June. Two delegates were sent to the State F.F.A. convention also held in June. Page Sixty-six The Farm Management Class composed of the Junior and Senior boys studying Vocational Agriculture took an air tour for the purpose of studying their farms from the air. Accompanying the boys were Mr. Geiger and Mr. Fridline. The Freshmen and Sophomore class in Vocational Agriculture studied a ring of Duroc Jersey gilts at the home of Dale Miller. Page Sixty-seven '7fze Seniafz. efnaia First raw: Dick Payne, Ron McGowan, Russell Hall, Fred Pargeon, John Wareham, Dick Poling, Maurice Jones, Phyllis Frye, Jo Anne Ferenbaugh, Lois Anne Oakes, Gloria Mahon, Margie Wells, Jean Grubaugh, Edna Warman, Mrs. King. Second row: Anita Glover, Wanda Sutton, Ruth Gillooley, Delores Latherns, Barbara Main, Carolyn Doup, Jim Kathary, Francis Mossholder, Richie Erlanger, Roberta Hardesly, Faith Jones, Carol Shultz, Dorothy Owen, Kay Lay, Patty Harmon. Third row: Regina Vernon, Janet Berget, Lou Anne Koch, Marilyn Ramsey, Betty Latherns, Shirley Ackerman, Jean Lee, Mary Jo Swadner, Joyce Soles, Janet Conger, Barbara McKinley, Mary Ellen Ewing, Joan Mofifit, Jane Martin, Jeanette Graves, Thelma Pumphrey. '5'?!.i1 :H 1. ' . , Fourth row: Margaret Graves, Bea Laymon, Mary Ellen Sindlinger, Beverly Lieler, Ethel Vernon, Mary Ann Ashbrook, Nancy Hunter, Robbie Curry, Jolene Mazza, Mary Lou Watters, Louise Kerr, Carole George, Joretta Boucher. Fifth row: Barbara Kymer, Dixie Wolf, Diane Hammond, Carolyn Wells, Jean Reed, Nancy Hare, Marilou Wintermute, Sue Robeson. Page Sixty-eight 5 W lfwffm I I 9-5, . ... ,,,. K ,W ..',. . ,af L. to R. Mary .lo Tier, Joan Warman, Patty Scott, Jean Warman, Weston Augen stein, Hobart Magill, Sally Payor, Shirley McGibney, Janet Bouten, Shirley Tier. Page Seventy 'Banff First row-L to R.: Bill Root, Mary Jo Tier, Joan Warman, Weston Augenstein, Jean Warman, Patty Scott, Jack Stauch. Second row: Monica Jackson, Don Wogstatf, Mary Lou Thomas, Dick Reynard, Jerry Knox, Joe Dunlap, Elaine Pipes, Dottie Meek, Dorothy Warman, Sally Tabor. Third row: Mary Ann Hanes, Twila Fish, Jo Ann Cornell, Eleanor Brown, Ann Robeson, Belinda Wyant, Marcia Beach, Deedra Hess, Jane Geiger, Dick Poling, Carolyn Barton, Nancy Ireland, Dale Zerrull. Fourth row: Ned Kuivinen, Doris Brown, Beverley Rine, Mary Poland, Jerry Carter, Charles Bonnist, Lawrence Sperry, Dan Bastin, Eddie Ernest, Dave Warren, Edna Warman, Jerry Gallaher. Fifth row: Carol Sue Tarr, Jo Anne Ulery, Dora Dell Wyant, Elaine Kousoulas, Barbara Gantz, Mary Warner, Mary Schmidt, Kay Snyder, Lorna Eagle, Ellen Dalrymple, Barb Cosner, Nadine Parker. Sixth row: Ann Titus, Bobby Joe Harrod, Don Reed, John Ewalt, Joan Thornberry, Carolyn Sperry, Joyce Butcher, Elizabeth Gaines, Loreena Gardner, Barbara Schmidt, Norman Gaines, Patty Ryan, Nancy Barncord. Seventh row: Elizabeth Thomas, Peggy Cochran, Jo Ann Feasel, Roberta Shannon, Dave Ogg, Richie Bastin, Jack Hyatt, Bill Conard, Charles Wyant, Ronnie Gullette, Phil Jacobs, Dick Smith, Kenny Heaps. Eighth row: Phil levering, Charles Gill, Kenny White, Bill Ward, Clifford Slayman, Jim Stuller. Page Seventy-one 1 ,f - .,,'f' mf 1 5 .., . 14 XX x s 1 V41 A -v K 15 1 fl A, Y N x 1 w U yn 'VM , .mg 7 t ' A L lv.. 2 ,.' . in f . K X A 3, bkxiw A QL Q 'i , .. , S ? Av nn . 'ff K' me JSQXN J 4 - SJ 514-Q Eifixii xg -. .?:SZfi'i 2 15, Q 1 a.,.kQ ji,Qf'5 as 6 fyv f mv' :fl Q -K XL 4 . L ef Ssff: x 1 yy V fb . K - ' wg ,f ff , k Y I M2 QR 3 M f . xx X ip, Q x X , x .. 1 - E: x. vs 'lv--ana-...F in ,L , . YL "" . ",'9.,. ,X AM f - yy 1, .,, R. if , X ., . x. W K .A .. 4 , f 3 H Q, If n ni 3: i' -as f A 1 .,f G my GL qi I .Q b -,255 9 55 ii. . , fs 1 .. l 'V 7 .,. . A.,A. W.,iig,,lmk ,Q '- if I , ,' 3 - ' T5 ' f 41? ' 53-f ,. ..1m,..,......w,...,...,.,,...f'f'3zA"' x X 'Y . ' R jf Y 'E' ,el Xl? v ,KI pfwfwztan 6 ui First row, left to right: Jim Fisher, Ned Vannatta, Tommy Awwiller, John Grimm, Larry Bryan, Jim Rice. Second row: Mr. L. L. Owen, Jack Bell, James Hcovler, Kenneth Fletcher, John Disbro, Wayne Wolf, Joe Tharp, Lester Rockwell, Dave Fridline, Harold Knox. Third row: Bobby Lipps, Chuck Roach, Joe Sellers, John Augenstein, Larry Davis, Bob Lockhart, Gordon Fawcett, Weslon Augenstein. The Mount Vernon High School Proiection Club is open to senior high students. Eighth grade pupils may be apprenticeship operators. The activities and training were organized by members of the club under the lead- ership of president Harold Knox, vice-president Marvin Vannatta, secretary-treasurer Jim lnglep and the director L. L. Owen. Master operators train the new operators. This club renders a valuable service to the school and community in the fields of proiecting visual aids for teachers and various organizations. Also they receive val- uable training in responsibility, proficiency, cooperation and technical skill. Page Seventy-four ,TB ,, QQ Q K 1 wi 9 D V If 45, ' A 'Vg TZ' Q . P ff . X., U- if .-if l 4-S ,N ' dm 12 V .X s ,1 S: 5 O .Q 0 xggis tv '04, 5 85.3, S ' 54,-Alwjf 3 S IN gf 'O' , ,443-4' gig, '55 gftve .GY s .1 tsizxz' .su Q :Q 'Q 'Q x A -51 eaacfzed Elmer Crabbs-Track coach, seventh grade basketball coach, assistant varsity football coach. Don Swegan-Varsity basketball coach, reserve baseball coach, iunior high football coach. Bob Fuller-Baseball coach, ninth grade basketball coach, iunior high football coach. Tommy Thomas-Boys' physical education, athletic director, head golf coach, reserve football coach, eighth grade basketball coach. Dwight Bumpus-Varsity football coach, reserve basketball coach, reserve track coach. Page Seventy-six 1950 Qellaw jacheza NOONEN COLOPY UNPUS '. B DOUGHERTY GILLOOLEY .R X A els.. PAQucs SWIGEART I in NQWMAN T1 PHIL X ' 1..,,.1 Lnnsugorrz -QF' HC NP -XF' Y? K., X U Sw Q i ,S,' s S. M-, l v 5? lg N21 H Hn W E xt fweefp 1 y Q K e Zeke Swigert, Tommy Phillips, Jim Grennell, Paul Colopy, Bob Fry, Jim lmel, Don Noonen, Bob Carter, Dick Trowbridge, Jim Beckholt, Gene Phillips, Norm Steagall, Don Curry, Darwin Shultz, John Hoyt, Bob Hull, Bill Dougherly, Jim legros, Fred Erlanger, Charles Roach, Art Paques, Yauncey Newman, Don Lambillotte, Ron McGowan, Charlie Bumpus, Jack Blue, Dwight Bumpus, Elmer Crabbs. Jim lmel, Paul Colopy, Don Lambillotte, and Jim Legros were elected positions on the All-C.B.L. football team. Don Noonen and Bob Fry received honorable mention. Page Eighty f l . ' y ' ' fx 53 , ' 'G K 'Q . ' ' - ' 4 .X .Q lv. r Qx .3 24 :Q L W X " .A ft ' K , wx' . ? 4 13 E. 1 'W 'Q S 'N Q Y . P X Q .- Q li QYNS. I l .,. v W , I C N " "W x 4 gg:-M. 5 V ' Vw 2 0 Y :fa V21 i mb V l H3 4 'Pia pai -nib SNQ xg' ii,Qf11. f"'f 'w I ' ' X . 1'ix.,5? . . A H ' 1. K' 'li 9 x Y F . . i K A ' . I . Rwimaed TOP PICTURE First row: Bill Brates, Maurice Jones, David Ketner. L . ft hr. 4' Vx! lit gin. Second row: Phil Berger, George Carter, Bill Small, Eddie Miller, Jack Stream, .lim Hendershott, Ron Gaumer Third row: Bob Pitkin, Gordon Lambillotte, Bill Schubert, Bill Tyson, Jim Bricker. MIDDLE PICTURE First row: Phil Jones, Dick Hiles, Ken Shira, John Williams, Gerald Skeen, Leonard Sally. Second row: Bob Layman, Bob Ripley, Ron McCoy, John Wareham, David Sellers, Mgr. Taylor. u ' BOTTOM PICTURE First row: Twigg, Metcher, Rowley, Hotiman, Appleton, Baker, Kimball, Lord, Nelson, Burke, Cline, Rine Trowbridge, Stream, Looker, McConnell. Second row: Coach Swegan, Henthorne, Banning, Thomas, Fawcett, Shamansky, Pryor, Dunham, Greer Peterson, Dalrymple, Badger, Wolford, McKay, Pritchett, Schorlts, Grubb, Coach Fuller. Third row: Sweet, Baney, Lord, Branstoal, Curry, Millard, Grubb, Mazza, Martin, Bassinger, Yoakum, Ran son, Butler, Fawcett, Cline, Cochran. Page Eighty-two Y www, aww ,awww Name Class Years Award Jack Blue Senior 2 Medal Jim lmel Senior 3 Belt buckle Bob Fry Senior 2 Medal Bob Carter Senior 1 Letter Fred Erlanger Senior 2 Medal Bob Hull Senior 1 Letter Ron McGowan Senior 1 Letter Bill Dougherty Senior 1 Letter Charles Gillooley Senior 1 Letter Don Lambillotte Senior 2 Medal Jim Legros Senior 2 Don Noonen Senior 2 Paul Colopy Junior 2 Medal Jim Grennell Junior 2 Medal Arthur Paques Junior 1 Letter Eugene Phillips Junior 1 Letter Charles Roach Junior 1 Letter Darwin Shultz Junior 2 Medal Dick Trowbridge Junior 1 Letter Charles Bumpus Junior 1 Letter Don Curry Sophomore 1 Letter John Hoyt Sophomore 1 Letter Tommy Phillips Sophomore 1 Letter Norm Steagall Sophomore 1 Letter Zeke Swigart Sophomore 1 Letter Jim Beckholt Freshman 1 Letter Yauncey Newman Freshman 1 Letter Bob Burris, Mgr. Sophomore 2 Medal F. Mossholder, Mgr. Junior 1 Letter Reieaae Qaaiiall rqcacaach Name Years Name Phil Berger 2 Bob Pitkin William Brate Bob Ripley Jim Bricker Ken Shira George Doup Bill Shubert Ron Gaumer Bill Small Jim Hendershott Jack Stream Phil Jones Wilbur Vernon David Ketner John Wareham Gordon Lambillotte John Williams Robert Layman Bill Tyson Eddie Miller 2 Bud Rohler, Mgr. 1 gaaidall Baiqfi Jumping to a 14-0 first-half lead, the 1950 Yellow Jacket football team, coached by Dwight Bumpus, easily won their first game with Coshocton 14-6. Clinching their second win of the season, Coach Bumpus's fast hard-charging Yellow Jackets rolled over Columbus St. Mary's team 19-0. Over-powered by a heavier and more experienced team, Mount Vernon dropped a hard fought game 54-20 to Upper Arlington. Gaining almost at will the Yellow Jackets tripped Urbana 25-6 for their first C.B.L. win. Monopolizing on the breaks and running smoothly from the "T" formation, the home team upset a favored Delaware team 47-0. Outrun, outcharged and most of all out-lucked, the Yellow Jackets dropped their second C.B.L. tilt in four starts to a powerful Grandview aggregation 27-6. Playing on a rain-soaked field, the light scrappy Mount Vernon team out-fought a heavier Bexley team 14-13. This was Mount Vernon's homecoming game. Fumbling at crucial moments inside the opponent's 20 yard line, cost the Jackets a close one with Wooster 7-O. 1950 Jvzaalialf .Queen MW, fm warm P g Eghfyf' ,..,-.,-v- .xt fx ,X 3 3 145' 5 . , iff MJ mr' 9 x.g. wxgd A - Luv . Ni Q 4 iv 1 , ' 8 v-R W, '., :J . . 4 W K I . fd '--- s w- 2 .q1..v:-:a"- ' "amy X! - f A 43.-YQl,,,-1323: 3 . Wi W v ,:E ff "fit A ,H A 5 N, -X E 1 gf ? i 1 4 6 v- 5 all ' aallfadilly October 27, Mary Lou Watters was crowned 1950 Football Queen at the annual homecoming game. Mary Lou's senior attendants were Kathleen Vernon and Barbara McKinley. Her iunior attendants were Dona Nell and Marilyn Hofmann. The Queen and her attendants were selected by the members of the varsity football squad. Dick Lorey, master of ceremonies at the event, presented Mary Lou with a small gold foot- ball donated by Allen's Jewelry store. This football will be passed on to next year's homecoming queen. Mary Lou gave the football to be used in the game to co-captains, Jim Imel and Bob Frye, and they presented her with a bouquet. Queen Mary Lou made a speech welcoming the alumni of Mount Vernon High School to the game. The escorts for the Queen and her attendants were: Mary Lou Watters-Jim Imel, Kathleen Vernon-Paul Colopy, Barbara McKinley-Don Noonen, Dona Nell-Jim Legros, Marilyn Hofmann--Bob Frye. Senior attendants Kathleen Vernon and Mary Lou receives her flowers and wishes Barbara McKinley, Queen Mary Lou the team well. Watters, Junior attendants Dona Nell and Marilyn Hofmann. Queen and her attendants Lou Katie Queen, attendants and senior football players Homecoming dance Queen Lou and Capt. Jim. Dick and Janet sign Homecoming display Page Eighty-seven Fooibull Banquet Bumpus makes a speech Vqmf-iosimxnd Q7 his p t Boys and their dads Have G coke? Ready! SQTI l-2-3- Will he make ii? .,f 3 X x- xff ' ws lmwmtl, 5 - -.QA 'Winn - 1 be y . i . F, it ,.3 . if ff y K , Q9 in , f X I 1 5' v K2 V s . , ' M, f 5' ff k 'Hz-aw GW? ff' -l Q ,Q i , www , ,U af ' SM +4 0 3 54 I ai 'TV' - in I ,X an , . W Rf 5' 55 ' N. . A 3 il E D sz - . Grafx 2:1 f S , ' 5 -Q A ' . ' vs! X . , J A ..,- h x. S A xg he A gi 4 J ' -" me ,nfl - . Ygx 'ff-5? ,S -.A iii x QWNQ.: - . - Q x , L 5 , . . n " nk .E Q if r 1 I- B! pu- . ny ws fr K -57 3 f'f'a0 EK . J y-.53 Q. K X 3 Www" 1 . Q f K X f X. 1 I""I -miami Q I I Q, , Giwea .L'eac4e2L4 First row: Margaret Groves, Reservesg Mcrgure! Hart, Varsityg Mary Jo Swadener, Reserves Second row: Jean Reed, Vcrsityy .lo Ann Emlich, Reserves: Nancy Hare, Varsity. Page Ninefy 1950 fackel' Gaqmd Wea ' Number Name I4 Norm Steogall 9 Jim Imel l2 Bill Turley 3 Denney Thompson l l Don Curry 13 John Hoyt 7 Jim Grennell 6 Dick Lorey I0 Tom Phillips 8 Gene Phillips Ken Shirc lnot picturedl Class Sophomore Senior Senior Senior Sophomore Sophomore Junior Junior Sophomore Junior Sophomore Coach Don Swegcn Bill Turley was elected Q position on the All-C. B. L. first team. John Hoyt were on the second team. N We .-3' I' gi! J p W.. Page Ninety-two Years l I 2 i I l 2 1 1 l 1 Norm Stecgall and mv J O f' Q 5. L, X .1 I -J , U. " ,ii Q Tffmzefff First row: Don Curry, Jim Grennell, Bill Turley, captain: .lim lmel, Dick Lorey. Second row: Coach Don Swegan, John Hoyt, Denney Thompson, Gene Phillips Tommy Ph Ilp Norm Steagall, Bill Everett, manager. Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Mount Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Vernon Page Ninety-four Tourna 51 56 32 44 38 56 70 50 45 41 37 51 57 46 42 64 48 50 ment 59 29 660184- Galion ......... Columbus Central - Grandview ...... Delaware ....... Upper Arlington -- Coshocton ...... Columbus Academy Urbana ........ Newark -- -- Bexley .... Grandview .,.. Coshocton ...... Upper Arlington - Columbus Academy Delaware ....... Urbana -- -- Bexley --- Newark -- Games Hamilton Township Washington C. H. Reuauea First row: Ken Shira, Barry Roesler, Yauncey Newman, Jim Bricker, Dick Frye, Don Fleeger. Second row: Coach Dwight Bumpus, Phil Berger, Gordon Lambillotte, Weston Augenstein, Bill Shubert, John Williams, Dale Miller, Dick Reynard, manager. Qamed Mount Vernon --- -- 30 Galion .... --- 28 Mount Vernon --- -- 38 Grandview -- --- 37 Mount Vernon --- -- 37 Delaware ...... --- 35 Mount Vernon --- -- 37 Upper Arlington --- --- 5l Mount Vernon --- -- 33 Coshocton ........ --- 43 Mount Vernon --- -- 44 Columbus Academy -- --- 21 Mount Vernon --- -- 28 Urbana .......... --- 38 Mount Vernon --- -- 3l Newark --- --- 69 Mount Vernon --- -- l7 Bexley .... --- 30 Mount Vernon --- -- 35 Grandview --- --- 28 Mount Vernon --- -- 33 Coshocton ..... ---- 48 Mount Vernon --- -- 33 Upper Arlington .... --- 5l Mount Vernon --- -- 43 Columbus Academy -- --- 36 Mount Vernon --- -- 54 Delaware ......,,, ,U 34 Mount Vernon --- -- 55 Urbana -- --- 42 Mount Vernon --- -- 28 Bexley --- --- 60 Mount Vernon --- -- 40 Newark --- --- 59 Page Ninety-five . we rub. TOP PICTURE First row: Gary Demenl, Bud Rohler, Charles Hulse, Dave Mossholder, Monle Rulherford. Second row: Jim Hendersholl, Jim Beckholl, Dave Misicka, AI Shields. Third row: Jack Bell, manager, Dan Bastin, Dave Warren, Coach Bob Fuller. MIDDLE PICTURE NINTH GRADE TEAM EIGHTH GRADE TEAM SEVENTH GRADE TEAM First row: John Nugent, Ronald Anderson, Jim Lord, Jim Rice, Joe Mazza, Keith Rinehart, Fred Kiltelberger, Gene Nelson. Second row: Wendell McKee, Jack Day, Harry Bassinger, Bob Dunham, Rex Rowley, William Yoakum, Dale Zerull, John Hess. Third row: Coach "Tommy" Thomas, Buzzy Prior, John Lord. BOTTOM PICTURE Firsi row: Mike Alexander, Charles Denhardl, Jim McKee, John Mossholder, Billy Young. Second row: Jim Wareham, John Graves, Gary McKay, Hank Greer. Third row: Bob Melcher, Carroll Rine, Coach Elmer Crabbs, Bob Beck, Dick Kimble. Page Ninefy-six 'Www Firsl row: L. lo R.: Jim Francis, Dick lorey, Dick Trowbridge, Yauncey Newman, Eddie Rucka, Eddy Miller. Second row: Coach Elmer Crabbs, Gene Phillips, Joe Sellers, Paul Colopy, Jim lmel, Jack Blue, Marvin Van- nalla, John Hoyt, Dick Reynard, Andrew Ball, Coach Dwight Bumpus. Third row: Bill Small, Jim Beckholl, Tommy Phillips, Bob Blue, Arl Pacques, Ron McGowan, Dick Hyall, George Doup, David Kelner. Page Ninety-seven Rush!! is .. ,J- Firsi Row, L. to R.: Jim Hissong, Bill Conard, Brad Koch, Wayne Levers, Gordon Lambillolle, Jim Bricker, Bob Pallerson, Bud Rohler, Dave Allen, Lee Monroe. Second Row: Coach Don Swegun, Chuck Gillooley, Norm Sleagall, Denney Thompson, John Williams, Ron McCoy, Mgr. Richie Erlanger, Coach Bob Fuller. Page Ninety-eight '7e4uuZ Jim Rice, John Augenslein, John Wareham, David Shields, Bob Carter, Jack Clingerman, David Ogg, Charlie Tilus, David Misicka, Coach Rex Murphy Coach "Tommy" Thomas, Dave Warren, Dave Gelsanliler, Bill Turley, Don Lambillolle, . Jerry Knox, AI Shields, Johnny Grimm. Page Ninefy-nine Hoya' fnhamufml Speak G 'ifalleffdall A : ff . 3' Joe Sellers, Bob Hull, Marvin Vannaha, Richie Baslin, Bill Turley, Denney Thompson gadkelzall , Chuck Gillooley, Bill Fisher, Jack Cline, Don Noonen, Jim Legros Page One Hundred Quia' ini Spam Gkampfi sew, 41,44 vdzewdz Margaret Hart, Barbara McKinley, Bethel Woolridge, Barbara Hulse, Kathleen Vernon, Jean Reed, Phyllis Pier, Jo Ann Emlich, Nancy Hare, Betty Dexter seam ,mit gwwzaazz Ellen Dalrymple, Erva Wilson, Deedra Hess, .loan Warman, Nancy Edgar, Lou Ann Koch, Jean Warman, Barbara Casner vaueqagu Eametdell to R,: Edith Springer, Sally Henderson, Lorna Eagle, l., to R.: Eleanor Frye, Donna Adams, Carol Glllooley Putty Hull. Second row: Janet Henery, Janet Scott, Linda McKinstry, Betty Wagstaff, Patty Umbaugh Nancy Rice, Carolyn Wagner, Barb Schmidt, Kaye Phyllis Kymer. Snyder. 1 R 1 Y Q F F ' 4 .-vmxwf W, 5 ifw X' AVI, ' x A -.X , q 'f.-N ' 4 1 fi X24 Q ' Q- K ' m"y f ' " ' . C f ,. L - b -- fa' 9 f'-'vfg .... ,.... - Q Q . 1 Tiff gi ft".?.-Ei ,U fs' + J A, ...if-L XA ' 5- NX ev I A b f f Ji. 'W x, , ,, , Y- , 'Y A F , WX 5 45:14 4 if I QM, fr ay v .M f I - Q, 1' I . " "" 'ff 'kv' W Zgr ..f X QLX .X 4 yx nf X Zuefz. Since Zae A Comedy in Three Acts by Florence Ryerson and Colin Clements Alumni Auditorium Friday, November 17, 1950 CAST lln Order of Appearancel Mrs. Clover -- ........,,--,,,,,,,,., ,-- Johnny Clover - Mr. Clover .... Spud Erwin --- Susan Blake --- Betsy Erwin .... Martha Willard -- Officer Simmons -- Henry Quinn -- Lucybelle Lee --- Preston Hughes --- ..,.. U-- ACT ONE An afternoon in November ACT TWO Scene One: About ten days later. Scene Two: Two weeks have passed. ACT THREE Dolores Simmons ---- Jim Francis -- Bill Holland ----- Don Mill ---- Susan Lewis - Barbara Beroth - - - Carole George --- Bill Everett -- .lim Kathary --- Elaine Scholz --- Eddie Ernest Thirty minutes later. The scene is the Clover house -in Preston, a small suburban town. PRODUCTION STAFF Director, Ruth Domigan Truxall, Stage Manager, Dick Zinsmeister, Stage Crew, Frank Butler, Paul Goosens, Norman Gaines, Wayne Hubbell, Ron Haltermon, Electricians, Harry Peterson, Jack Cunningham, Prop- erty Committee, Mary Lou Babson, Imogene Middleton, Dee Olson, Carlene Hartman, Barbara Lewis, Margaret Wells, Tickets, Pearl Askins, Carol Ward, Bessie Ridenbaugh, Head Usher, Alice Beck. Page One Hundred Four SAI Q . i 'pq gi is I :iff S Q 13? f si W k,.V . -4. I Q x x 5 35 ff' X M . J TK -15?'5"f .L X Y- V., 5, .1 . 'HY ,g,,...,jX fi , x 'flaws A Comedy of Adolescence in Three Acts by Aurania Rouverol George Mclntyre Terry Mclntyre -- Mrs. Mclntyre --- Professor Mclntyre Sophie ........ Mrs. Patterson -- Elsie Patterson -- Traffic Officer .... Dutch ........ Brian -- Omar .... Hal .... Pete .... Prudence -- Patty .... Jane --- Miriam --- Vivian .......... Alumni Auditorium Friday, March 30, 1951 CAST - - - Russell Hall --- Lou Ann Koch --- Nancy Edgar - -- -- - Dick Lorey Jean Lee Bessie Ridenbaugh Barbara Slack - - - Lawrence Sperry - Dick Trowbridge -- James Francis -- - Ron Haltermon -- Eugene Phillips ---- Bill Holland -- Jeanne George ----- Betty Drake Libby Kittelberger ----------- Barbara Main Marilyn Woods Extra Boys and Girls .... Belinda Wyant, Joyce Soles, Jeannette Frye, Janice Dearman, Jean Warman, Joan Warman, Barbara Cosner, Joan Thornberry, Doris Bumpus, Pat Harmon, Joan Burchard, Marilyn Ramsey, Barbara Gimmeson, Lois Rex, Bob Lockhart. The action of the play is laid in the Patio of the Mclntyre residence in a university town in northern California. ACT ONE Scene One: Late afternoon. Scene Two: Several months later. Midday. ACT TWO Scene One: A few weeks later. Evening. Scene Two: Two hours later. The next morning. ACT THREE PRODUCTION STAFF Director, Ruth Domigan Truxall, Stage Manager, Paul Goosens, Stage Crew, Norman Gaines, Dave Brillhart, Jerry Carter, Electricians, Frank Butler, Bill Everett, Property Committee, Grace Walden, Dorothy Owen, Betty Drake, Pat Harmon, Belinda Wyant, Jeannette Frye, Prompter, Shelia Mill, Tickets, Pearl Askins, Ellen Dalrymple, Janice Dearman, Head Usher, Marcia Beach. Page One Hundred Six .Klan y enmf 'Z' 7ake M A Comedy in Three Acts by Anne Coulter Martene Alumni Auditorium Thursday, May TO, i951 Sally Norman Penny Caleb - - - Porter - - - Mark --- Mavis -- Lydia --- Joanna --- Kerry - - - Greg ........... Gram Monsieur Henri - - - Claire ........ Elsie - - Lucile - - - Red ........ Harrison Day --- CAST ------ -- Arlene Mossholder --------- Jim Imel --- Susan Robeson --- Dick Zinsmeister ------ Bill Turley ---- Susan Lewis -- Muriel Epstein ----- Carol Sattler --- Ron McGowan --- Dave Shields --- Ann Ackerman -- Bob George --- Ruth Fish -- Jean Reed - --- Sally Tabor -- Edward Rucka -s Marvin Vannatta The entire action ofthe play is in the living room of the Pringle home, located in a small city. ACT I: Eight A.M. A Saturday in late June Act ll: Four P.M. Act III: Eight PM. Director .... Stage Crew .... Electrician .......s Property Committee - , - Ticket Committee ..... Carl Galleher Head Usher ........... ............... . . ...... - Page One Hundred Eight ----------------- Ruth Domigan Truxall -- Kenneth White, Leo Butler, Dave Brillhart ------------------- James Kousoulas Doris Hillier, Carl Galleher, Alice Beck Beryl Highman, Phyllis Pier, Doris Hillier, Alice Beck f25an'Z' 7ake My penn 'f We Gkmfmas Emma By John Sebastian Bach Given by the Senior Choir and Orchestra of Mount Vernon High School Wednesday, December 13, 1950 PART l Christmas Be Joyful - - ....... - - Now lt Came to Pass ...... See Now the Bridegroom -- ......... -- Prepare Thyself Zion ................... How Shall I Fitly Meet Thee ........... And She Brought Forth Her First Born Son ----.- For Us to Earth He Cometh Poor ........ Mighty Lord 8. King All Glorious .......... - -. .......... - Ah! Dearest Jesus .... 3 ......... PART ll And There Were Shepherds ........... Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light - And the Angel Said to Them .......... Be Not Afraid ................. -Q - What God to Abraham Revealed -- Haste, Ye Shepherds .......... And This is the Sign to You --- Within Yon Gloomy Manger --- Oh Haste Ye Then .................. .-.-.- Slumber Beloved .................... -- And Suddenly There Was With the Angel - -- ..- Glory to God in the Highest ........... 'Tis Right That Angels Thus Should Sing -- With All Thy Hosts ................ SOLOISTS Evangelist .... ........... Alto ........... - - f Mezzo Soprano --- ....... ---- Angel ......... .......... ..... - ORCHESTRA Chorus Evangelist-Recit - Alto-Recit Solo - Mary E. Ewing Choral - Evangelist--Recit - -- - Chorus and Alto Recit Chorus - - Choral - Evangelist-Recit --------- Chorus - Evangelist-Recit - - - - Angel-Recit Bass Chorus-Recit Sopranos-Aria - Evangelist-Recit --------- Choral Bass Chorus-Recit H - - - - Altos-Aria - Evangelist-Recit -------- Chorus - - - Alto-Recit - - - - - Chorus -- Lou Anne Koch Thelma Pumphrey - Mary Ellen Ewing ----- Faith Jones First Violins - Gertrude Kittelberger, Charles Dunlap, Janet Bouton, Second Violins Viola ........ Cellos ...... Double Bass - Flute ....... Clarinet --- Trumpet --- Timpani .... Accompanist - Carolyn Barton ------ Jane Geiger, Patricia Scott, Barbara Sussman -- Norma J. Fetter, Janet Scott, Rachel Daly --- Carol Schultz, Ann Painter, Elaine Scholz Nancy Ireland Mary Ann Haines - Mr. Jack Stauch -l .... Mr. Bill Root ---- Sally Tabor Edna Warman Orchestra Directed by Mr. Bill Root Choir Directed by Mrs. Mavis King Page One Hundred Ten 40714504 .Queen L . f 5 E 3 2 g Q lam-ff 'nw E' 2 Q S KATHLEEN VERNON Y. 'uf , yi YA 'f 5 5 jk we I H E 2. gi E if i E ' 3 Q 5 ' Q , z 5 f L 4 3 ' x 1 J f a if fi ni? 2 wif Q . ,v . gg , mifsf N wig, em! - 321, . ?f?1f1- ,ff ESQ: EE? 5 if! 2 N Page One Hundred Eleven W FORUM ff dw-L ... Em . .,.,,,,,,,,, AA, ,, , ,Ad 'ALAN WAN- f-AA 4 .Queen and rqlfiencfanli Barbara McKinley, Mary Lou Watters, Jean Reed, Queen Kathleen, Mary Jo Tier, Margaret Graves, Mary Lib Kittelberger April 20, 1951 Prologue Mistress of Ceremonies ................... is li in No Business Like Show Business" - - - - - - Virginia Eagle ---------- Band and Glee Club Sentimental Journey" ....... .................................. B and lf" "Yankee Doodle Dandy" -- Norman Gaines and Jack Stauch Glee Club, Weston Augenstein, Jean Warman, Patty Scott, Shirley Tier, Sally Pryor "Some Enchanted Evening" --- ........................... Queen's Court "A Pretty Girl ls Like A Melody" ..... Processional of FORUM Queen and Attendants PROGRAM "l Know" ............ ......... - - - Hester London, Elaine Scholz "Teddy Bear Picnic" ..... ..................... M onica Jackson, Joe Dunlap "Pic-A-Nic-ln ln the Park" Group of Students .... Louise Brown, Deedra Hess, John Bobst, Marvin Vannatta American Family Mother ..s. ......................... N ancy Edgar Father .................................. Don Smith Children .......... Joretta Boucher, Carol Scheckengast, Jack Lybarger, Dick Fawcett, Edith Springer, Danny Boucher Page One Hundred Thirteen Accorclian Solo ............ .......... .......... E d ith Springer "Doin' What Comes Naturally" .............. .. ...... Carol Schreckengast Two Guitars ................ Jim Engle, Maurice Jones, Francis Mossholder "G00fus" .............................. .. ......... Judy Ackerman Baseball .............................. Marvin Vannatta, Don Noonen "Anybody Seen My Girl" .... Bob Walton, Mary Ann Ashbrook, Trudy Kittel- berger, Carl Galleher, Betty Jean Drake, Ron Haltermon "Glowworm" ......................... Carol Sattler, Arlene Mossholder "Make Believe" ....... --- Band, Ron McGowan, Mary Ellen Ewing Growing Up ............ "My Heart Cries For You" - "l Got Plenty of Nothin' " - Prize Winning Speech .... Tea For Two" ........... "Can't Help Lovin' That Man" - Tap Dance .............. "A Simple Melody" .......... Two Clowns .................. "You're the Cream in My CoFfee" - "To Think You've Chosen Me" - - - ....... - - - - Ballet Tap ........................... "There's Nothing Like A Dame" Ruth Gillooly, Bill Turley Ronnie Cline Ann Painter ---- Jim Francis, Norman Gaines -- Gerry Hull and Queen's Court Anita Glover Lodus ka Eis ----- Dave and Allan Shields ---.,-- Bill Turley, Hobart Brown Gary Boucher FORUM Queen and Attendants ---- Nancy Ralston and Gary Boucher - - - -- - Hobart Brown, Denney Thompson, Bill Turley, Dave Gelsanliter, Ron McGowan, Don Curry, Charles Gill, John Wareham "Canadian Capers" ,......................... Monica Jackson, Phil Levering "Ain't She Sweet" ,........... Kay Dennis, Rachel Daly, Bill Turley, Bob Walton Acrobatic Dance ........................................ Loretta Davis "How To Woo the Modern Way" - --- ..... Ruth Gillooly, Dave Shields "Dancing With A Baby Doll" ........ -- Janet Bouton, Janet Vannatta Allan Shields, John Wareham "April Showers" and "Toot Toot Tootsie" ........... . ............. John Bobst Military Tap ........ Lou Ann Koch, Janet Berger, Sally Pryor, Carol Dunham, Ruth Gillooly, Mary Jo Swadner, Shirley Tier, Marilyn Ramsey "The Only Red We Want ls the Red We Have" Finale .... ........ ...--------------- .. WlltTll r 7 t W ll Page One Hundred Fourteen 1 ff j 1? lt L taat K :bbw Jvy Dick Payne Entire Company Zzcvmm Gam! FORUM Queen Attendants and Escorts Left to right: Senior Attendants Barbara McKinley Don Noonen Mary Lou Watters Jim lmel Jean Reed Walt Clippinger Queen Kathleen Vernon Dick Shuff Junior Attendants Mary Jo Tier Paul Colopy Margaret Graves Jim Legros Libby Kittelberger Dave Shields Senior Court and Escorts Left to right: Virginia Eagle Barbara Hulse Sue Robeson Nancy Lannoy Ethel Vernon Floramae Tuttle Larry Steagall Jim Goudy Ron McGowan Joe Sellers John Richards Jim Grennell Junior Court and Escorts left to right: Joan Warman Dotty Meek Ellen Dalrymple Barbara Cosner Joan Emlich Marilyn Hoffman Dona Nell Richie Bastin Dick Trowbridge Darwin Schultz Dick Lorey Bryan Donnahue Bill Turley Fred Papsin Page One Hundred Fifteen O aw sf is .. If u 9 5.4 ,Q,:1. iff, Qyig l Q F F 1 X , if R 'QQ' 3, ,, H nys. .N ' 'WFP 'n gm. m " 'N 'Y f fmvmffa dak!- X, fufro Az I ,ff Mi,V.QM,,, X if f 1:7-5'-iQ.i Patrons of the l95l John L. Baube, M.D. W. D. Bucher, D.D.S. George Deeley, D.D.S. John Drake, M.D. Robert L. Eastman, M.D. George B. lmhoff, M.D. H. Clifford Johnson, M.D. Howard E. Kiracofe, O.D. J. J. Koch, D.O. James F. Lee, M.D. W. Paul Lord, C.L.U. J. Fred Minnich, D.D.S. Gordon H. Pumphrey, M.D. Roger A. Tarr, D.D.S. Charles D. Tramont, M.D. Creed Jopling Lester, Prosecuting Attorney W. Thurman Todd, Attorney-at-Law Pat Long, Tailor Mr. 81 Mrs. Lewis Stump J. W. Sellers, D.D.S. J. Maurice Wareham, O.D. QQ 3 Jw! ," ft WNY ' ' .1 ll, X xki 2 A Olflggtfkv ' Wx l 'lv 'l 9---iiilkv Q 'X P 1 .. 21- ,QAML H 57? FORUM ,fi ,4 4 4 Grubb 8. Walker, Realtors and lnsurance Brokers QM., Q it 0 Xi x A A T va 'Q Wi' ' N -A Sis l- ss.-Ll Page One Hundred Twenty fahn 6i'Olllie1r Again A familiar and reassuring slogan it has appeared in thousands of the country's finest year- books for the past hall century. RaAssumNc...because tbose years of specialized experience bring complete service, outstanding quality and de- witb whom we work. + JAHN k OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. 817 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago 7, Illinois I W. M' nm N. pendable delivery to the yearbook staffs, li I iid 4 . , . i Page One Hundred Twenty-one lit x l i W . x xi. ixffli i iilfllixwx " I W CEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWNWHEN EWEEWEWWEEEEEEEWEEEEEEWEEEEEEE ps M ff 3 W B1 W E 5 SPORTING SCHOOL S H L 3 GOODS SUPPLIES Q E ii Wf 3 'F I 3 'ii 1 3 'fi QQ 333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 WWWEEEEEEEEEWEEWWEEEEEWEWWEEEEWEHEFE EEEEEEEEEEE S fy? - E ' W E Pond Motor Sales E gl The R1dg6W3y X I E A E ,Mk Z E Duck Hatchery PM -ve A K 45 E PRODUCE E WWW gn whife Pekin Ducknngs X IE 5 E B. B. Bronze Turkey Poulfs E E CADILLAC - OLDSMOBILE 3 3 and Baby Chicks 131 33333333 In R E- N 3. 5? Y Q R . fb 333333 On All Makes of Cars WEEWWWEEWWEW E EE EEEEEE EEEEEEE E E E E E E E E E E E C C E C C E E C E C Z Z1 E E E C E E EJ EJ E EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEE EEEEE EEEEEE E EEEEEEEEEEEE EE EE E Congratulations from . 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A. SILVERWOOD 9 Western Auto Associate Store Q 9 21 Public Square xx 59 I9 EEEEEEEEEEEQ 'f. A . A GOOD PLACE TO WORK! The Cooper-Bessemer Corporation now employs more people in its Mount Vernon plant than ever before in its entire history. c ' 1 F' h' - . """'e""' 'S 'ng In a business that is constantly ex- panding there is always room for new, young, ambitious workers. T lt e COOPER-BESSEMER CORPORATION Engine Builders in Mount Vernon For 118 Years. Refinery and Natural Gasoline Oil Line Pumping Municipal and R. E. A. Plants Excavating and Earth Moving General Industrial Power Cooper-Bessemers on the job. These photographs show some of the applications of the Company's products Page One Hundred Twenty-five S Av- - To the Graduating Class of 1951, con- gratulations and best wishes for success. We are happy that among our worker groups are many M. V. H. S. graduates of previous years. 5.':lELLM!iR fi ..... .. .... One Hundred Twenty 1 N if 'N 'za wk ?' 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THE CLASS OF 1951 al Bl E it lgymlamfmzmlnxfmglxLgmmmmmlam'l11lxL:1sxnxmlxm3lxlzQmimmumwmmmmrxrgmssilsaasgagalzmsisgmxzgmifxifzrl::nfl::l:fl:rln1 Page One Hundred Thirty-three EMEXEEEZEI 313131212121 312121313131 31313131E312113212121EEEEEEEEZIZEEEEEEEEIZEIEEEE212133122 E315 51 51 E 3 C5 E1 E1 81 X E PU o VJ 5 5 U1 5 4 'Tj Z fb F ' he Q1 1: O 51 E1 U, 2 11 fn DU K E' H co 'PU I-U fn FF N, Gil E1 U3 UD 51 "P S1 O 131 "' CD C 5 31 1221 151 1-1 L1 E1 C13 B1 E1 B1 51 151312E12123125125IEZEKZIYQIZEIZIZIZ12121251212231213EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEiflllllliliglililigggiiiiEEE?-i513131255122IZIZIZEEEEEEEEEEEEIZIEEEEIZEKZEEIZIZIZEEQii E E El Z1 E1 fx E 3 ff E 1X M E1 E1 R M 12 12 121 121 E fm F41 rw E 1211 121 R1 12 H E1 12 12 12 12 1w E H R 12 1E 1m 1m 121 121 121 R1 R1 521 1E 12 1m 131 Q1 3 12 12 E 12X R 12 122 VE ma Page One Hundred Thirty-four HEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWWEMBEEEEEEEEEES Q Q i12E:l!:!lL E 351662 2 - - 2 ,? 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Gambler 2 E Sports Results E1 S x WWW WWHWNHEWEWWWE QEEE EENWWWWE E M COMPLIMENTS Hg X 1- MI Q GALLAHER E M EC EE Drug Store , E 122 S. Mam Street Q MOUNT VERNON, OHIO X EMMMEMMMENUM! WEEEEWWEEWW W 5 mi K tg E li ri , rx E Complzments E 5 E E of C IE I31 EE C METCALF MOTORS WEEE!!!WEEK!!!MMMEMMMMMMMMMMMNMNMMME Page One Hundred Thirty-Eve i E B EH F E E E E El E EE Ei E FZ! E H E E B E PB F PE F E3 F E H C E E FE F E E E E E E C E E? E E! El E! E! IH El E! E4 5 CJ EH EE 5 Eg 3 Q U Q El EB Ei El El EJ EJ El F C El 'Biff E IE Im E EE E E E E X Ili , EB Q Ei Q Congratulations :R :- ' To the YA ,, Q Graduating Class ,' E 'H E K D9 5 El f IE: T H E A L C 0 V E B1 E Ml RIRIERIIE EEI IsaEIE1IEIEIEIEIERIEIIEIEIIEEIREEIIEIIEICEEIR1IEIEIEIQIRIRIERIRIEIEEIEIMEIEIEIIQEIEIRIEIEIIEEI IRRIIEIEIEIEIEIIEEIEIEIIQ lmlmlmfmlnunflmmmmmmmmmmmmmelwwmfiilwlillmlfiellili EIEIEIIZIIEEI EEIIEE - B L I , El E4 Brmg your Ford "Back Horne!" 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Ng: ?! N X 5 Q out UF unurs Iimsfsr mnusmmi FAMILIES . . . ,amz wa, The more than 18,000 men and women who are pro- ducing Timken bearings, fine alloy steel, and rock bits in many plants throughout Ohio make up one of the state's largest industrial families. We're proud of this fact because it proves once more that the competitive free enterprise system is the greatest in the world. Under any other, such as Communism, Socialism, Marxism, or Fascism the Timken enterprise could not have grown from a handful of men into a great mul- titude of people joined together for a single purpose: to make a profit. In fact, under any other system it is doubtful if the enterprise could have even begun. lk PK PK To gain a profit, 22,000 American men and women have invested their savings in the Timken enterprise. To gain a profit, more than 18,000 American men and women are busy giving the best that is in them to tum out the finest possible products. Because they profit by it, thousands of customers continue to buy Timken products in ever-increasing quantities. But strangely enough, the profit motive of late has taken on the nature of something evil, bad, anti-social. Yet profit is the reason why America is the most prosperous and powerful nation ever known. Under the free enterprise profit and loss system we have produced more goods for more people at a low cost than any nation in the history of man. Pk 34 Pls Yes, we believe in the profit motive. We believe in a better product at the lowest cost consistent with a policy of steady employment at good pay and a fair return to investors for the use of their funds. And because we have always believed in it the Timken industrial family is one of Ohio's largest. THE TIMKEN RULLEH BEARING GOMPANY, GANTON, 0HIO TO MAKE THE BEST BEARINGS . . . THE BEST STEEL . . . THE BEST ROCK BITS WITH THE BEST PEOPLE WORKING UNDER THE BEST CONDITIONS!" That is our aim at Timlwn EEEEE EEEEEEE MOUNT VERNON SPORTING GOODS Q M 13 West High st. E H M The Best in Athletic Goods Q for High School 8: College E Students E WILSON RAWLINGS EQUIPMENT Q T LX MEEEEMEEEBEBBEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 'EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEE E Cochran Sz: Dalrymple E L E C T R 1 C EEEB BEEE Commercial and Industrial Wiring tmamamamm BEEEEEE Dial 42221 g. E E E E E E E E E E E R E E C C E E E E E E E E E E Cl El B E EERE EEEEEEE WHEREEH G U M P ' S at Gambier at Gay ZBEBE1EEEEEEBEEEE EEEHHEEVEEEHEEEEE . "For a Better Selection" RECORDS B m 1 H B ' E MMENUEMEEMMEMNMMMMEEEEEBEHBHHEHUBB!! E E B E E E B E E E E W E Ei Ei Ei Di Ei Ei Ei Ei El E1 EJ EJ CJ E1 E1 EJ EJ EI EJ Bi Ei BQEI E Xl , . Compliments of Bartlett Appliance Store BBQ DLX EEEEEEMQE EX 5 lil gl Phone 21366 E E E Q Mt. Vernon Ohio 5 S Sales and Service E X E Q E EWWWWWWWWWWWEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWHWWE EEEEEEEEEEEENWWEEWHEEEEEHEWEEEWWEEWE E 3 If . . E gf Philco - Sylvania - Motorola M1 . . . 51 5 Radios 8: Televisions E551 lf? E if B1 E F A W C E T T 5 X- o o Q51 E Radl0 Sales 81 SCPVICC 5 i x Q 405 Newark Rd. gl E Mt. Vernon, Ohio Phone 61841 gl X I5 231 EBBBMBBBBBBBKBBEBKMBMBKMMBMMKEEEBEEE KE E E E E E A Z 3 5 5 Z Z Z X 3 E 5 5 5 E 3 5 E 5 5 3 E 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 xx 5 D. Garverlck 5 C E1 Ariel Walker Studio E BEDS EEE? E 31 E. Gambier St. X E ix Q DIAL 21777 5 X , Q "For the Best in Photographs" 5 , X Z 3EEEREEEEEHBEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEWW IEEHEBQC E C E E E Ei EJ El Ei EI EI El E1 E1 Ei Ei Di EJ CJ E3 E3 E1 E1 E1 EJ EQ El El El E1 EJ EJ EJ EJ ,x x 3 Harpster 81 Poulson X X 2 HARDWARE si IMPLEMENTS E E 5 Phoho 22346 441 W. High 5 li 5 Congratulations to Q Class of '51 5 9 El E EEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEE COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE X EEHEEE Knox Motors, Inc. LINCOLN - MERCURY I E as El t E 410 W. High St. Phone 51511 if-ti W EEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEW Page One Hundred Thirty-nine December 6, Miss Mary Lou Watters, our 1950 Football Queen, was crowned "Miss Merry Christmas" cmd reigned at the Christmas parade welcoming Santa Claus to Mount Vernon. Her attendants were queens representing the surrounding Knox County schools. Page One Hundred Forty EEEEEEEEEEEE E f n Q U H. E U W E fn ash-Mt Vernon Sales 11 - ' E Q Hayes SCPVICC ' ISI ' 207 W. Gambier St. E E Station Mt. Vernon, O. Phone 31254 El E 3 E 500 Coschocton Ave. Rambler F31 D31 S S S Phone 32721 Statesman Ambassador E is 121 - E You'll Be Ahead with Nash E Mount Vernon' Ohm 5EEEEEEEEEH3355 E EBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEBSQEERE WE EEEEEEEEEEEEWE 111 J 2 I E! E E Complzments of E X . Efi . - 5 C ,- , e Q Vlfgll F. Parker E ""'P "ne" 3 of lj '5' lm E53 ELECTRIC SERVICE H U and BATTERY E Mt. 11011 Heel CO. E 1:1 IE IE ' 4 . M E3 S C E ml PH . enter Sr. Phone 32356 gy 311 gQEEEEEEEEEEE XKMKMMKKEEE M Q e -- f -1' -,.. . 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Fourth Row - Carolyn Sperry, Marilyn Harris, Margie Kerr, Barbara Beroth, Junita Hite, Linda Brillhart, Helen Fields, Mary Hogan, Kay Stream, Lois Hauger, Barbara McDermott, Peggy Barncord, Dorthy Marvin, Janet Millard. Fifth Row - Charlene Smith, Marlene Kline, Carolyn Colgen, Barbara Scott, Shirley Wells, Donna McQuigg, Jean Hale, Jan- ice Frye. Sixth Row - Barbara Peterson, Chris Banner, Shirley Graves, Peggy Cochran, Janet Bouten, Carolyn Barton, Elizabeth Gaines, Carolyn Noble, Norma Jean Fetter, Rachel Daly, Ann Titus, Joan Ulery, Ann Robeson, Sue Tarr, Pat Davis, Sarah Eastman, Mary Ann Haines, Marilyn Reiss, Hannah Maunter, Nancy Metcalf, Jean Boyer, Judy Allen. Y - T E E N S Continued from page 47 Third row: Elaine Scholz, Mary Lou Koswell, Janet Vannatta, Keitha Porter, Carol Harmon, Peggy Cochran, JoAnn Ferenbaugh, Gloria Mann, Lois Ann Oakes, Barbara Morris, Nancy Ralston, Carolyn Noble, Dee Olson, Carolyn Sperry, Hannah Mautner. Fourth row: Elaine Shoultz, Patty Baltzel, Joan Drake, Kay Dennis, Barbara Hershner, Shirley Wqlf, Carol Mayer, Maxine Bumpus, Sonia Friedline, Carolyn Wells, Jean Boyer, Shirley Graves, Carol Giftin, Nadine Parker, Barbara McDermott, Elea- nor Brown, Ann Titus, Carol Sue Tarr, Ann Robeson, Joan Ulery. Fifth row: Patty Scott, Ann Painter, Jane Geiger, Roberta Hards.-sty, Betty Latherns, Mariorie Kerr, Marlene Kline, Charlene Smith, Debbie Pond, Sally Pryor, Janet Berger, Wanda Sutton, Carol Dunham, Shirley Tier, Mary Poland, Barbara Davis. Sixth row: Karen Ackerman, Donna Hall, JoAnn Dexter, Nancy Stout, Shirley Wells, Sue Heighton, Patty Parnell, Robbie Curry, Christine Banner, JoAnn Feasel, Judy Allen, Ruth Gillooley, Shirley McGibney, Elaine Pipes, Jolene Mazza, Joan Beach, Alma Rine, Jean Hall, Kay Stream, Patsy Davis, Sarah Eastman, Marilyn Harris, Mary Ann Haines. Football Queen Mary Lou Watters Winners in FORUM Drawing: Imo- and FORUM Editor Virginia Eagle. gene Middleton, Bill Graham, Marie Hunter. Page One Hundred Forty-nfne Uufdicfe 35051 Page One Hundred Fifty Q E31 M M M M M M M M Q Q 5 M M M M M M M M E Q xx 5 M M M M M M Q x H M xr H Z M X Q Q MM M M Q Q M Q M Q M M Q M Q M M Q M ' ll! Q Compllments of Q M M Q M M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M W DQ M Eff Q 9 M Q M Q M Q M Q M - M Q M Q M E M M Q M M Q M Q M M M fm SHOE ST X El fill Q M Q M Q M M M Q M M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M Q M I Q H M '1 Corner of ll M M Q lxxl Q1 DQ Q Q M M M 0 0 I Q Mam and Vlllfb Streets E3 M M M IQ Q11 Q M X M M X M E Q M .M M - Y .. 'vi' H .' f xx ,EE:XMMD3MzsMz1Lrrixlr:l::l221rrI2rfvrI1f'i1riN EMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMLMQLQLLLMM L Page One Hundred Fiffy-one MWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWEQ E W WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW E . . 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Vernon, Ohio 5555 Dial 61991 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Di C5 If I5 Brlnlng News Co. 5 5 5 K g DAILY sr SUNDAY PAPERS 5 5 5 K , 5 CANDY - MAGAZINES 5 V- Ll ,lg West V1ne Street E 5 5 EEEEEEEEQMMMMWM Page One Hundred Fifty-seven genial: rqoiiwlied RUTH ANN ACKERMAN Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 4, Jr. Class Play 3, Sr. Orchestra 3, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. CLARA LOIS AGNEW Intramural Basketball I, Intramural Volleyball 2, Y-Teens 4, Decorating Comm. Y-Teens 4. RICHIE E. BASTIN Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, Intra- mural Basketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, Treas. Sr. Band 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4. ALICE LOUISE BECK Jr. Choir I, Y-Teens I, 2, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, Y-Teens Decorating Comm. I. VIRGINIA LEE BEEMAN EDWARD LEE BEVINGTON Vice Pres. Jr. Class at oward, hio 3. JACK RALPH BLUE Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Resere Track 2, Varsity Track 3, 4, Intramural basketball 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. Hi-Y 4, Stage Crew "Forum" Show 4. CARL ROBERT BLUE F.F.A. Treasurer 4, F.F.A. Sentinal 3, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. JOHN P. BOBST Projection Club 2, "Forum" Show 4, Reserve Football 2, Public Address Announcer 4. ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN Football I, Tennis 2, 3. HOBART BROWN Key Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, "Forum" Stat? 4, Stage Manager "OH a Pewter PIatter" 3, "Forum" Show 4, Student Council 2, 4. NELSON R. BROWN Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 4. LEO D. BUTLER Oils Club I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Key Club 3, 4, Art Plays 2, 3. JACK M. CLINE Reserve Basketball 2, Freshmen Basketball I, Reserve Football I, 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Property Comm. "Forum Fantasy" 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew "Ever Since Eve" 4, Reserve Track I, Student ouncil 3, 4, MARTIN K. CRUMBAKER Scholarship Team 2, Reserve Track I, 2, 3, Class Play I. DONALD L. DEAVERS "Ott a Pewter Platter" 3, Proiection Club 3, 4. BETTY JANE DEXTER Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Publicity Comm. Y-Teens 3, 4, Oils Club I, 2, 3, 4, Name Card and Announcement Chmn. 4, Cap and Gown Chmn. 4, Intramural Volleyball Champs 4, G.A.A. 3, Usher "Forum" Show 3, Usher "OH a Pewter PIatter" 3. JAMES EUGENE DICE BILL DOUGHERTY Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Key Club 3, 4, "J. J." Staft 4, Sec. Key Club 4, Sports Ed. "J. J." 4. VIRGINIA ANNE EAGLE Science Club I, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Program Chmn. Y-Teens 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Sr. Choir 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, Student Council 3, Scholarship Team 3, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, "Forum" Show 2, "Forum" Queen's Attend- ant 3, "Forum" Queen's Court 4, "Forum" Ed. 4, American Legion Essay Winner 4. MURIEL LEE EPSTEIN Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Assistant Sec. Y-Teens 4, Library Staff I, Jr. Choir I, "Piper" 2, "Years Ago" 3, Scholarship Team 2, 3, "Rehearsal" 2, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, General Science Club I, Intramural Basketball 3, Intramural Volleyball 4, "Forum" Show 2, 3, Student Council Comm. 2, 4, "J. J." Stat? 2, 4, District American Legion Essay Contest 2, "Don't Take My Penny" 4, Poem in Anthology. FRED E. ERLANGER Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, Librarian Jr. Choir I, Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4, "Gold Diggers" 2, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Vice Pres. Hi-Y 4, "Forum Fantasy" 3, "Forum" Stat? 4, Keynote Board 3, 4, Variety Show 3. MARY ELLEN EWING Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Girl-at-Large 4, "Forum" Staff 4, Glee Club I, 2, G.A.A. 2, Oils Club 3, "Forum" Show 2, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, "Gay Fiesta" 3, "Modern MeIodies" 2, "Bach Ora- torio" 4, Boosters' Club I, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2. RUTH E. FISH Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Prom Comm. 4, "Forum" Show 3, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. WILLIAM C. FISHER Track 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, Student Council 2. PATRICIA ANN FLETCHER Sec. Jr. Class 3, Treas. Y-Teens 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 2, 3, Intramural Basketball I, Student Council I, Dramatics 2, "Piper" 2, "OH a Pewter Platter" 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, "RehearsaI" 2, Sr. Play Comm. 4. RUTH ANN FRANZ G.A.A. 2, 3, Intramural Basketball I, Intramural Vol- leyball 2, "Piper" 2, Dramatic Class Plays, "Re- hearsal" 2. ROBERT FRY Reserve Football I, 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain Varsity Football 4, Reserve Basketball 2, Intra- mural Basketball 3. Page One Hundred Fifty-nine CARL ERNEST GALLEHER Key Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, "Off a Pewter PIatter" 3, Tennis 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Science Club I, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Sr. Class Treas. 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, "Modern Melodies" 2. JERROLD L. GALLEHER Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Sec. Hi-Y 3, Tennis Team 3, Orchestra 2, 3, "Off a Pewter PIatter" 3, M.C. Jr. Class Variety Show 3, M. C. Y-Teens Variety Show 4, "Forum" Show 3, Boys' Glee Club 4, Knox County Music Festival 3, Key Club 2, Vice Pres. Sr. Band 4. ROBERT H. GAMBLE Football I, Student Council 2. JOHN DAVID GELSANLITER Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club Pres. 4, Hi-Y Vice-Pres. 2, Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4, lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Reserve Track I, Science Club Pres. I, Student Court I, Student Council 2, 3, "OH a Pew- ter Platter" 3, "Forum" Shows 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, Stage Manager "Years Ago" 3, Bus. Mgr. "Forum" 4, Booster Club I, 2, lntramural Volleyball 2, 4, "Gay Fiesta" Stage Crew 3, Sr. Gift Comm. 4, Class Ring Comm. 3. BARBARA LU GENRE Student Council 2, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir I, Jr. Glee Club I, 2, Sr. Glee Club I, Scholarship Team 3, "Pied Piper" 2, "OFF a Pewter Platter" Prop- erty Comm. 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, lntra- mural Volleyball 2, 3, "Forum" Show 4, Y-Teens Service Comm. I, Y-Teen Worship Comm. 3, Drama- tics Club 2. ROBERT LOUIS GEORGE Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Key Club 2, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. CHARLES GILLOOLEY Freshman Football I, Reserve Football 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football 4, Intramural Volley- ball 3, lntramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball Champs 4. J. ANITA GLOVER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "J. J" Staff 4, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, "Pied Piper" 2, "Mikado" 3, "Forum" Show 4, Y-Teens Style Show 3, Social Comm. Student Council 4, Gift Comm. Sr. Class 4, Spanish Skit 2, "Gay Fiesta" 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. DAN GUEULETTE Tennis 2. ' PHYLLIS ANN GULLETT Sr. Band 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir I. BILLIE DIANE HAMMOND Sr. Choir 4, lntramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. NANCY JOAN HARE Science Club I, Glee Club I, 2, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, "Modern Melodies" 2, County Music Festival 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, "Forum" Show I, 2, 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Variety Show 3, "Mikado" 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Band and Choir Concert 2, Championship Volleyball Team 2, 3, 4, Chmn. Social Comm. Student Council 4, Sr. Prom Page One Hundred Sixty Comm. 4, Chmn. Publicity Comm. "Forum" Show 4, Booster Club I, 4, lntramural Basketball I, 2, 4. MARGARET ELLEN HART Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Show 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Y-Teen Social Comm. 4, Y-Teen Publicity Comm. 3, Pres. Keynote 3, 4, Keynote Board 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball Champs 4, Jr. Class Social Comm. 3. GILBERT K. HIGGINS Freshmen Basketball I, Reserve Football 2, Reserve Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2, F.F.A. 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. DORIS MARCELLA HILLIER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Sec. 3, Student Council 3, Y-Teens Sec. 4, "Piper" 2, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, Ticket Comm. "Years Ago" 3, "The Ghost Story" 2, Finance Comm. Y-Teens 3, Play Comm. 4. JANE ELIZABETH HOOVLER F.T.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4, "J. J." Stat? 4, Scholarship Team 3, 4, Student As- sembly Comm. 3, Usher Comm. "Forum" Show 3, 4. ROBERT L. HULL Varsity Football 4, Reserve Basketball 3, lntramural Volleyball Champs 4. BARBARA J. HULSE Y-Teens I, 2, 3, G.A.A. 3, Scholarship Team 3, Treas. Jr. Class 3, Treas. Student Council 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, lntramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Champs 3, Volleyball Champs 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Sr. Choir 2, Y-Teens Style Show 2, Refereeing Club 2, "Modern MeIodies" 2, Sr. Will Comm. 4, "Forum" Queen's Court 4, Finance Comm. Y-Teens I. STANLEY ALLEN HYATT JAMES N. IMEL Reserve Basketball I, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Re- serve Football I, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. Varsity Football 4, Varsity Baseball 2, Reserve Track I, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, "Don't Take My Penny" 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4. CARL M. IRICK Library Staff I, 3, Scholarship Team 3, 4, "Forum" Stat? Photographer 4, Spanish Skit. 2. MONICA WYNONA JACKSON Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir I, 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, "Forum" Show I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, "J. J." Stat? 4, Science Club I, "Operetta Highlights" I, "Modern Melodies" 2, "Mexican Fi- esta" 3, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Sr. Will Comm. 4, Acc. for Vocal Ensemble 2, Booster Club I, 2, Art Follies 2, "Mikado" 3, World Aliairs Test 4. PHYLLIS M. KASER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. I, 2. MARY ELIZABETH KASSON BETTE LOUISE KERR Science Club I, Glee Club 2, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Sr. Choir Librarian 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Service Chmn. Y-Teens 4, Subscription Manager "J. J." 4, "Forum" Show 2, 3, Scholarship Team 2, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, "Mikado" 3, "Bach Oratorio" 4, Y- Teen Style Show 3, County Music Festival 3. VIRGINIA N. KINNEY Band 2, Y-Teens 3. GERTRUDE ANN KITTELBERGER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Girl-at-Large I, Y-Teen Vice-President 4, Student Council 2, Sr. Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Teams I, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. "J. J." 4, Jr. Choir I, Science Club I, "Mikado" 3, "Modern American Melodies" 2, 'Forum" Show I, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Volleyball I, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, Property Comm. "Off a Pewter Plotter" 3, String En- semble 2, Assemble Comm. Student Council 2, Chmn. Finance Comm. Y-Teens 3. JAMES KOUSOULAS Hi-Y 3, 4, "Forum" Staff I, 2, 3, "Ott a Pewter Plot- ter" 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, Proiection Club I, 2, Jr. Play Electrician 2, Sr. Play Electrician 2, "Forum" Show I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Will Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Jr. Class Variety Show 3. DONALD EUGENE LAMBILLOTTE Science Club I, Reserve Football 2, Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Pres. Jr. Class 3, Vice-Pres. Hi-Y 3, Pres. Hi-Y Council 4, Pres. Sr. Hi-Y 4, Keynote Board 3, 4, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Scholar- ship Team I, Sr. Will Comm. 4, Head Monitor Stu- dent Council 3, "Forum" Show 4. NANCY MARDELLE LANNOY Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball I, 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Finance Comm. Y-Teens I, Social Comm. Y-Teens 4, Student Council 3, "Forum" Show 2, 3,, Y-Teen Style Show 3, "Forum" Queen's Court 4, "J. J." Staff 4. DELORES MAE LATHERNS Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, "J. J." Subscription Staff 4, "Forum" Subscrip- tion Stall 4, Communism Assembly Program 3, "Piper" 2, Spanish Assembly 2, "Mikado" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Y-Teen Social Comm., "Bach Oratorio" 4, "Forum" Show Usher 4. BEATRICE J. LAYMON Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, "Mikado" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, "Modern Melodies" 2, Intramural Volley- ball I, 2, Intramural Basketball I, 2, Student Council I, Jr. Play Usher 3, Y-Teens I, 2, "Bach Oratorio" 4. IDA NAOMA JANE LEASURE Jr. Band I, Jr. Orchestra I, Library Staff I, 3, 4, Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "J. J." Staff 4, "Off a Pewter PIatter" 3, Worship Comm. Y-Teens 4, Chmn. Ushers "Forum" Show 4, Social Comm. Library Staff 3. JAMES A. LEGROS Reserve Football I, 2, Reserve Basketball 2, Baseball 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, 4, Varsity Football 3, 4, Varsity Basket- ball 3, "Forum" Show 4. SUSAN ANN LEWIS "Ever Since Eve" 4, "OIT a Pewter Platter" 3, G.A.A. 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "J. J" Staff 3, "Forum" Stat? 4, Scholarship Teams I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council Ex- ecutive Comm. 3, 4, Orchestra I, 4, Oils Club 3, 4, Science Club I, Library Club I, "Don't Take My Pen- ny" 4. NICHOLAS MADIAS JOAN LOUISE MOFFITT Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Chmn. Program Comm. Y-Teens 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "The Mikado" 3, "Gay Fiesta" 3, Property Comm. Jr. Class Play 3, "Bach Oratorio" 4, "Forum" Stal? 4, "Modern Melodies" 2, Scholarship Team 2, Win- ter Band Concert 4, "Forum" Show I, 2, 3. ARLENE ROSE MOSSHOLDER Vice-Pres. Sr. Class 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Library Stal? I, 2, Student Council 4, Adv. Mgr. "J. J." 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, Girls' Glee Club I, 2, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 3, Scholarship Teams 2, 3, "Modern Melodies" 2, "Pied Piper" 2, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, Property Comm. "Forum Fantasy" 3, "Forum" Show 4, Poem in An- thology 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. ROBERT McGOUGH RON McGOWAN Reserve Football 3, Varsity Football 4, "Forum" Staff 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Treas. Key Club 4, "Mikado" 3, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Sr. Choir Pres. 4, Lt. Gov. Dist. 7 Key Club, Sr. Assembly 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. SHIRLEY ANN McKENZlE Student Council 4, Intramural Basketball 3. BARBARA ANN MCKINLEY Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chmn. Y-Teen Service Comm. 3, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Subscription Manager "Forum" 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, "Years Ago" 3, Student Council I, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Sec. 4, Football Queen's Attendant 4, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Show 2, "Forum" Queen's Court 3, "Forum" Queen's Attendant 4, Science Club I, Booster Club I, 2, G.A.A. 2, 3. DONALD JOSEPH NOONEN Varsity Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Intramural Basket- ball 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3. DAVID H. OGG Sr. Class Pres. 4, Key Club 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Sr. Bond I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, Scholarship Team I, 3, Glee Club 4, Swing Band 4, "Forum" Show 4. VAUGHN LEE PADDOCK Photobraphy Club l, Biology Scholarship Team 2, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Art Variety Show 3, 4, 2nd Place in Ceramic Contest 4. WILLIAM RICHARD PAYNE F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentary Procedure Team 3, Proiection Club I, 2, Sr. Choir 4, Jr. Band I, Glee Club 4, F.F.A. Reporter 3, "Forum" Show 4. BEVERLY JEAN PEUGH Y-Teens I, Glee Club I, Art 2, 3, Usher "Forum" Show 3, Art Show 3. , PHYLLIS ARLENE PIER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Refereeing Class 2, "Forum" Show 3, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Volleyball Champs 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, lntrhmural Basketball Champs 3, Ring Comm. 3, Chmn. Badminton Tournament 2, Monitor I, 4, Sr. Choir 2, Glee Club I, "Modern Melodies" 2, Y-Teens Style Show 2, Jr. Class Variety Show 3, Intramural Softball 3. JEAN VERLEE REED Science Club I, Glee Club I, 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball Champs 3, Intra- Page One Hundred Sixty-one mural Volleyball Champs 2, 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 3, 4, Booster Club I, 4, Chmn. Jr. Class Variety Show 3, Student Council I, 3, Chmn. Intramural Basketball Tournament 2, "J. J." Staft 4, Jr. Class Ring Comm. 3, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, Y-Teen Girl-at-Large 3, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. G.A.A. 4, "Forum" Queen's Attendant 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Referee Class 2, 3, Reserves Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4, Track Queen 4. WALTER A. RINE Sr. Choir 2. SUSAN ROBESON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen Girl-at-Large 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Staff 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Ensemble 3, 4, Student Council Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. Student Council 4, "OH a Pewter Platter" 3, "Forum" Show 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Queen's Court 3, 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Buckeye Girls' State 3, Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Prophecy Comm. 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. EDWARD TIMOTHY RUCKA Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volley- ball 3, 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, Student Council 3, Proiection Club 2, 3, 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. PATRICIA MAY RYAN Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Orchestra I, "Root's Tooters" 3, 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, Y-Teens 4, Knox County Music Festival 3,"Forum" Show 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Booster Club I. CAROL JEANNE SATTLER Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, "Modern Melodies" 2, "Piper" 2, "J, J." Staff 4, Chmn. Sr. Play Comm. 4, "Forum" Show 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. JOSEPH W. SELLERS Hi-Y 2, 4, Sergeant at Arms 4, Keynote Vice Pres. 4, Proiection Club I, 4, Pres. Proiection Club 3, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 4, lntramural Volleyball 3, 4, Track I, 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4. DAVID S. SHIELDS Key Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Boys' State 3, "Off a Pewter Platter" 3, Ed. "J. J." 4, Football I, 2, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Projection Club I, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, Science Club I, "Forum" Show 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, Prophecy Comm. 4, Student Court 2, Jr. Class Ring Comm. 3, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. MARY LOU SIEGWORTH Sr. Choir I, 2, Jr. Choir I, 2, Glee Club I, 2, "Mod- ern Melodies" 2, Intramural Volleyball I, 2, 4, In- tramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chmn. Gift Comm. 4, Jr. Class Play Usher Comm. 3. DONALD LEE SMITH Library Statt 2, 3, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, "J, J." Staff 2, 4. SALLY TABOR Sr. Band 3, 4, Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Jr. Choir I, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, Property Comm. "Ott a Pewter PIatter" 3, Prophecy Comm. 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Y-Teen Worship Comm. 3, Science Club I, "Don't Take My Penny" 4, "Piper" 2 DENNEY C. THOMPSON Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Baseball 3, Page One Hundred Sixty-two 4, Varsity Tennis 2, "Forum" Staft 4, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball Champs 4. CHARLES C. TITUS Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Hi-Y 3, Vice-Pres. Hi-Y Council 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Student Court I, Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Sr. Band 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, Varsity Tennis 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, "Forum" Shows 2, 3, 4, Prophecy Comm. 4, "Root's Tooters" 2, 3, 4, 3rd Place in State for essay on "Physically Handicapped" sponsored by Employ- ment Oftice 4, Winner in American Legion Essay Contest I, 4. WILLIAM EDGAR TURLEY Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Hi-Y 2, Sec. Hi-Y 4, Varsity Golf 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Sec. Science Club I, Booster Club I, 2, Art Follies 2, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, Variety Shows 3, 4, "Forum" Shows I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Sport Ed. "Forum" 3, Vice President Jr. Class 3, Class Will Comm. 4, Sports Ed. "J, J." 3, 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. FLORAMAE TUTTLE Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Show 2, 3, "Forum" Queen's Court 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2, G.A.A. 2, 3. MARVIN LAWAYNE VANNATTA "Forum" Show 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Reserve Basketball 2, Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Reserve Track I, Proiection Club I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, American Legion Baseball 2, 3, Volleyball Champs 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Art Variety Show 3, Y-Teens Variety Show 3, Vice-Pres. Keynote 4, Vice-Pres. Proiection Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Prom Comm. 4, Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Booster Club I, 2, 3, ".l. J." Staff 3, 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. ETH EL MARIE VERNON Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chmn. Worship Comm. Y-Teens I, Chmn. Lost and Found Comm. Student Council 2, Sr. Choir 4, Glee Club I, "Forum" Queen's Court 3, 4, Social Comm. Y-Teens 4, Usher for "Ever Since Eve" 4, Science Club I. KATHLEEN VERNON Science Club I, G.A.A. 2, 3, Jr. Choir. I, Scholar- ship Team I, 2, 3, Chmn. Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm. 3, Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 4, Intra- mural Basketball 2, 4, "Forum" Ed. 4, Football Queen's Attendant 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Queen's Attend- ant 3, "Forum" Queen 4. Track Queen 4, ROBERT WALTON Vice-Pres. Oils Club 3, 4, Art Editor "Forum" Staff 4, "Forum" Shows 2, 3, 4, Executive Comm. Student Council 4, Art Show I, 3, 4, Chmn. Sr. Assembly 4, Oils Club I, 2, 3, 4. EDNA JOAN WARMAN Sr. Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. F.T.A. 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Choir Acc. 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 4, Glee Club I, 3, "J. J."' Staff 4, Science Club I, Y-Teens I, 3, 4, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Swing Band 4, Scholarship Team I, 2, 3. MARY LOU WATTERS Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Y-Teens 4, Student Council I, 2, Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Ensemble 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Show I, 2, "Forum" Queen's Court 3, "Forum" Queen's Attendant 4, "Forum" Staff 4, Football ueen's Attendant 2, 3, Football Queen 4, Booster Club I, 2, 4, "Modern MeIodies" 2, "Gay Fiesta" 3, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, Track Queen 4. PERRY A. WILLIAMS "OH a Pewter Platter" 3, Key Club 3, F.T.A. 3, 4, "J, J." Staff 3, Co-Ed. "J. J." 4, Quartette 3, "Forum" Show 3, 4, Student Council 2, Scholarship Teams 2, 3, 4, "Years Aga" 3, Ticket Chmn. "Forum" Show 4. IMOGENE WILLIS Student Council 3, Y-Teens 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, Art Contest 3, 4, Usher "Forum" Show 3. MARILOU WINTERMUTE Sr. Choir 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club I, Scholarship Team 2, "Forum" Stal? 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3. DIXIE LOUISE WOLF Assistant Treas. Y-Teens 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, En- semble 4, Sr. Chair 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 3, "The Mikado" 3, "Gay 4-Q Fiesta" 3, Student Council 4, Sr. Prom Comm. 4, Usher Jr. Class Play 3, "Bach Oratorio" 4. BETHEL CHARLENE WOOLDRIDGE Y-Teens 2, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball Champs 4, Intramural Softball 3, Usher Jr. Class Play 3. ELAINE O. WRIGHT Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3, ln- tramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, "Forum" Shows 2, 3, Jr. Play Usher 3. FLOYD RICHARD ZINSMEISTER Reserve Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Intramural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. F.F.A. 4, Hi-Y 4, Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Parlia- mentary Law Team I, 2, 3, 4, "Don't Take My Penny" 4. -353' ' - 3--'E WN' f . -sf-a-iffiie Saw? , T':Sljf..I E ' Qz- 5 A -L 1515, f' L ' 'C Qi. E I - 1:4 ,I lg-' 1-rw ,lily -Q In 5 .Q -7: 5 V X If Qi ff' , -Rini . l 2-Lp ' Q ,' . 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V 1 - I' gza-4-1,21 3 ,, gf? 1.-I.:?21ae ,I fe ,J If v-jf' vs-.'r..x, ,-f Y j" I' , ,' 1. 'A' t. , - .ev-,,,-N.-,.,,, ,.,.N .,.,.,., ,.,,,,. ,.,, ., .. , , .am J It SU JYVW- L 8,6 if I I' , 'A-.f Page One Hundred Sixty-three GZQM Will We the Class of l95l, being of sound mind, with a few notable exceptions, do hereby dispose of its numerous and noteworthy possessions and talents as follows: Ann Ackerman wills her acting ability to Barb Cosner. Lois Agnew leaves her coy way to Barbara Hershner. Richie Bastin wills what is left of his father's car to Dan. Alice Beck leaves her empty seat on the school bus to Albert Levenson. Virginia Beeman wills her skating ability to Patsy Mahaffey. Lee Bevington wills his missed school days to Mr. Highman. Bob Blue leaves in a new De Sofa. Jack Blue leaves, much to the sorrow of Mr. Crabb's track team. John Bobst leaves with hopes of a contract on a radio station. LaDonna Bowers wills her diamond to Ellen Dalrymple. Bill Brown leaves to take up wrestling. Hobart Brown leaves to take over Brown's Orchard. Nelson Brown wills his economics reports to Mr. Bumpus. Leo Butler wills his red hair to Marilyn Ramsey. Jack Cline wills his mocking echo to Miss Koons. Martin Crumbaker leaves for barber school. Betty Dexter wills her art ability to Wayne Levers. James Dice wills his bulletin boards to "Bunny" Hall. Bill Dougherty wills his baseball ability to Bill Schubert. Virginia Eagle wills her M. C. title to Bill Ward. Muriel Epstein leaves, holding hands with her K. C. boy. Fred Erlanger wills his car troubles to Lawrence Sperry. Mary Ellen Ewing leaves in her Buick to stop at some small town in Knox County. Ruth Fish wills her ability to go steady to Shirley Tier. Bill Fisher wills his excuses to Mr. West. Patricia Fletcher wills her ability to get along with people to Joan Emlich. Ruth Franz wills her disagreeing ways to JoAnn Davis. Bob Fry bequeaths his athletic ability to Ronny Haltermon. Carl Galleher wills her office iob to Zeke Swigart. Jerry Galleher wills his bottle of peroxide to Libby Kittelberger. Bob Gamble leaves to break in a new pipe. David Gelsanliter wills his golf bag to Jerry Knox. Barbara Genre wills her curiousity to Ruth Gillooley. Bob George wills Margaret to next year's senior class. Charles Gillooley leaves to take a much needed rest. Anita Glover leaves to ioin Dianne Hammonds to think about French. Dan Gueulette bequeaths his last year's experiences to Darwin Shultz. Phyllis Gullett wills her American Government papers to Carole George. Nancy Hare leaves to follow the navy. Margaret Hart wills her bashfulness to Erva Wilson. Gilbert Higgins wills his curly hair to Jim Francis. Doris Hillier bequeaths her used shorthand notebooks to the iunior stenographers. Jane Hoovler leaves her brother to follow in her footsteps. Bob Hull wills his smart ways to Barry Roesler. Barbara Hulse leaves by the side door to wait for Jim. Stanley Hyatt wills his unopened books to Connie McPeek. Jim lmel wills his long unshaved beard to Bill Holland. Carl lrick wills the FORUM staff camera to anyone who can keep it together. Monica Jackson wills her organ to the Paradise Rink. Phyllis Kaser leaves to carry on her work with the 4-H Club. Mary Kasson bequeaths her silent ways to Dottie Meek. Louise Kerr leaves with hopes of a letter. Virginia Kinney wills her skates so she'll have no more accidents. Page One Hundred Sixty-four Gertrude Kittelberger leaves to study physics. Jim Kousoulas wills his oral reports to Don Mill. Don Lambillotte wills his way with the women to Chuck Bumpus. Nancy Lannoy leaves a rope out the window for Joe. Delores Latherns wills her Spanish lessons to Rita Lipps. Beatrice Laymon leaves in a Ford to take up housekeeping. Naoma Leasure wills her hair to Mary Jo Tier. Jim Legros leaves to play with Rosie's Rum Pots. Sue Lewis wills her violin to Yauncey Newman. Nick Madias leaves to rack pool balls. Bob McGough wills his dislike for study to Kay Lay. Ron McGowan leaves his red hair to Mrs. Truxall for future plays. Shirley McKenzie wills her theme to Lois Rex. Barbara McKinley wills her cute clothes to the sophomores. Joan Moffitt bequeaths her driving ability to the faculty. Arlene Mossholder bequeaths her completed homework to Chuck Roach. Don Noonen leaves with his talentel foot for the University of California. David Ogg wills his Prexy iob to some lucky senior of next year. Vaughn Paddock leaves with his unsigned slips. Dick Payne wills his long, lanky figure to Wanda Sutton. Beverly Peugh wills her third period study hall to anyone who can use it. Phyllis Pier wills her ability to get a man to Belinda Wyant. Jean Reed wills her athletic ability to Sheila Mill. Walter Rine leaves his sociology classes to next year's seniors. Sue Robeson leaves, followed by Ron McGowan. Edward Rucka wills his track medals to Danny Bastin. Patricia Ryan wills the short seats to Don Wagstaff. Carol Sattler wills her glasses to Jeanne George. Joe Sellers leaves with Nancy in his new '37 Ford. David Shields leaves his slide rules to next year's physics class, if they have one. Mary Lou Siegworth leaves her ability to find her way home to Jeanette Frye. Don Smith leaves the F. T. A. much to the sorrow of Mrs. Cassell. Sally Tabor wills her kettle drums to one of Mr. Root's students. Denney Thompson bequeaths his basketball ability to Dick Lorey. Charles Titus wills his essay ability to Miss Koons's next year's English class. Bill Turley wills his undone lessons to anyone who wants to do them. Floramae Tuttle leaves to ioin Jim. Marvin Vannatta wills his slow way to Norman Gaines. Ethel Vernon wills her pug nose to Kenneth Heaps. Kathleen Vernon bequeaths her ability to become FORUM Queen to Lou Ann Koch. Bob Walton wills his girlish figure to Shirley Tier. Edna Warman wills her ability to enioy music to Kenneth Keck. Mary Lou Watters wills her blushes to Sally Pryor. Perry Williams bequeaths his superior brain to all freshmen. Imogene Willis leaves to take over the rest home. Marilou Wintermute leaves the senior class wondering. Dixie Wolf wills her noon periods to Nancy Edgar. Bethel Wooldridge leaves to ioin the air force. Elaine Wright leaves to go hunting. Dick Zinsmeister wills his title of F.F.A. President to Eddie Earnest. Page One Hundred Sixty-five Glafu X14 lntroducton by Sally Tabor Scene-The laboratory of a crazy professor, Jerry Galleher, who was just about to announce his great discovery of "Height-a-col" but has been brutally murdered. The year is 1971. His laboratory assistant, Sue Robeson, has iust entered to discover the body and is calling the police. SUE Come right away, a man has been murdered! BILL TURLEY IChief of Police, dashes in before Sue can hang up.I I am here! RON McGOWAN IThe chief's worthy assistant 'following after him.I So am ll lWinks at Sue! ANN ACKERMAN lJerry's wife enters sobbing, dragging her young maid, Arlene Mossholder behind her.l Oh-My Husband! My Husband! DAVID SHIELDS IThe Coronor enters.I Where's the body? CAROL SATTLER lGirI Reporter for the Mount Vernon News. Enters.I lHas a pad and pencil in her hand, iotting down notes., BILL TO SUE Where were you at the time of the murder? SUE I iust came from Ethel Vernon's Beauty Salon. CAROL Who was there that could verify your statement? SUE Gertrude Kittelberger, the famous violin virtuoso. RON TO CAROL You mind your own business. DAVID Odd casel This man has been poisoned, stabbed, shot and choked. BILL TO ANN And where were you? ANN My chauffer, Bob McGough, had driven me to hear Imogene Willis, a famous lecturer, speak about Nick Madias' butterfly collection. BILL TO ARLENE And where were YOU-Cutie? ARLENE I was with my girl friend, Mary Ellen Ewing, who is taking a post grad course at Kenyon on MAN-LOGY. DAVID Hurry up and solve this case. I have to speak to the "Odd FeIlow's Club" of which Jack Cline is Presl- dent, Leo Butler, the vice president, Bob Gamble, the secretary, and Stanley Hyatt is the treasurer, on "Taxidermy." CAROL lSnooping aroundl Look what I foundl A DIARYI BILL Let me see. CAROL No. Hmm-October 2nd, "I was in New York. I took my old girl friend, Shirley McKenzie, a rich di- vorcee, to see the "Rockettes." You will never guess who was in the chorus line. None other than my old classmates: Mary Kasson, Naoma Jane Leasure, Alice Beck-and Dick Zinsmeister. The whole show was directed by James Dice." "Say, this is hot stuff." ANN lShaking her hand at Jerry, covered with a sheet, lying on the fIoor.I You deceitful scalawag - YOUI ARLENE lGrabbing the diary from Carol! Let me see that diary! October 3rd, "This evening I went to the Stork Club where Jane Hoovler is the hat-check girl. Hot-Lip's Charlie Titus was there with his orchestra, in which Sally Tabor was playing Page One Hundred Sixty-six the drums, Ann Ackerman, the clarinet, Patty Ryan, the saxaphon, Monica Jackson as the accompanist with Anita Glover, girl vocalist, and John Bobst still singing-"Dixie?" ANN You Monster-Youl SUE You have no right to read that. lGrabs book from Arlenel October 4th, "Was going to Lulu Watter's Gypsy Tea Room, where Jim lmel is chief cook and bottle washer, when I saw Richie Bastin chasing a redhead down Broadway-and at his age." RON Give that here. "Met Vaughn Paddock, millionaire playboy, in Bethel Wooldridge's "Men's Apparel Shop" and he invited me out to his estate. There I saw in colored T.V., my old chum, Joe Sellers, magician, sawing his assistant, Nancy lannoy in half, on Dan Gueulette's "GiIIet Shaving Blade Show" where Don Smith and Bill Brown were demonstrators." BILL Would somebody mind letting me see that. After all I'm in charge here. October 5th, ". . . went to see Bob Fry, the new "Mr. America," making his debut into the wrestling ring at the Broken Bones Arena, owned and operated by Gilbert Higgins. He was wrestling that Terror of Terrors, battling Bill Fisher." Hmm-October l0th, "Returned home from my trip to New York. Read in the paper where one of my fellow chemists, Joan Moffit, has a new product on the market called "Man Hooks" and it is positively guaranteed for catching your man. This product has been tested by Sue Robeson with excellent results- Ron McGowan?" DAVID TO BILL You're getting nowhere, give that here. Hmm-Now we're getting there. October 21, "My wife took me out to see Doctor Perry Williams at the State Insane Assylum. She must think that I am crazy. There were a couple of very pretty nurses there assisting him. Virginia Eagle and Barbara Genre were their names, I believe." Now, Chief Ito Billl, there's your murderess. His Wife. Arrest her and let me leave. ANN Mel Now, listen here you. DAVID Well, you read it yourself. ANN October 22nd, "Locked here in my little two by four room, I did find some magazines to read. Picking up "Esquire" I discovered that David Shields is now Editor-in-chief, Bob Walton is the Art Editor and Arlene Mossholder, the Advertising Manager. Probably trying to keep them out of debt. I then glanced through "Blur" magazine containing the works of that great photographer, Carl lrick." CAROL Let me get some of the exact words from that for my article. lTakes Bookl October 23rd, "The Doctor allowed me to take a walk down town in order to get a haircut. l went to Martin Crumboker's Barber Shop. Betty Dexter was his manicurist. ARLENE That was the day I saw Muriel Epstein and Marilou Wintermute hitch-hiking to Kenyon. SUE Let me read some. "Picking up the newspaper in the barber shop, I read on the sports page where David Gelsanliter is tying Sammy Sneed in the ninth hole. I also read where Jim Legros is pitching for Swegan's Carry-out now." RON lTaking the book from Suel Here's an interesting item. November 9th, "Bob George is running a Green Cheese factory on the Moon. The Chief Nibblers are Beverly Peugh, Virginia Kinney and Phyllis Gullet. Lee Bevington and Edward Rucka run the Cheese Wagon between the Earth and Moon." BILL lTaking book from Ronl November IOth, "Went down to the bank to see my old friend David Ogg so he could lend me some money to buy a mink coat from Patty Fletcher's Furrier Shop for an old flame who iust arrived in town, Ruth Fish." lTo Ronl Remember that namel DAVID Look here, Chief, the Fire-Chief, Charles Gillooley, is waiting for me at Carl Galleher's Cigar Store, and he's expecting to meet Nancy Hare, author of the book, "Around the World in 80 Days," or "Who Pulled The Cork Out of The Rowboat?" at Bea Laymon's Bus Depot. Page One Hundred Sixty-seven ANN That girl isn't the only one he bought a mink coat for. I happen to know that he's been seeing Louise Kerr, the 22nd Vice-President in Bob Blue's Garter factory, also, his secretary, Doris Hillier, has been calling him up late at night. And-when Virginia Beeman, voted the best dressed woman in the United States, arrived in town with Walter Rine, the best dressed male, he took them to Don Noonen's Nightclub where Barbara McKinley is the CAN-CAN girl. RON Barbara isn't as good as that Fan-Dancer, Carol Sattler, at Marvin Vannatta's "Gaiety" in Columbus. SUE What were YOU doing there? ARLENE lReading Bookl It says here that .lean Reed has replaced Miss Wright as Dean of BOYS at the local high school and Denny Thompson, Dean of GIRLSI CAROL IReading bookl November l4th, "I discovered a medicine for developing muscles and I employed Nelson Brown and Phyllis Kaser, the King and Queen of Bums, to act as my victims. Glancing out of the window, I saw Bill Turley, assisted by Sue Lewis, sweeping ihe street." DAVID Hurry up, or l'll miss the National Knitting Society meeting at the house of Floramae Tuttle, where I can chat with my old friends, Elaine Wright, Ruth Franz, Mary Lou Seigworth and Bill Dougherty who are the most active members. BILL What are you so anxious about? I want to go to the International Yo-Yo Contest, where Kathleen Vernon is modeling the latest gown to be worn for playing Yo-Yo, with Fred Erlanger acting as her manager. Lois Agnew is President of the club and Margaret Hart is the Vice-President. SUE And I want to go to Don Lambillotte's style show at Bob Hull's Hotel, where Barbara Hulse, and Phyllis Pier are modeling. CAROL Yes, Chief, hurry up, I have to cover the grand opening of Delores Latherns' and Edna Warman's Nursery school. ARLENE ITaking book from Caroll December lst, "Sometimes I get so disgusted that I think I want to join .lack Blue on his deserted island with his 1000 beautiful girls and one allergie, and if I do die, I will have my funeral at Hobart Brown's undertaking establishment." RON TO ANN I'll hire Dick Payne, the famous opera singer, to sing at his funeral. BILL Well, folks, l've decided that lpointing to Annl You shot himl lpointing to Suel that You poisoned himl and pointing to Arlene, that You stabbed himl Who choked him is up to the audience. lEverybody exits. Jerry rises.l JERRY I'm going to Jim Kousoulas's Bakery and get cremated in his oven. Curtain, Prophecy Committee Arlene Mossholcler, chrm. 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