Nashville High School - Bon Voyage Yearbook (Nashville, OH)
- Class of 1953
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WIN HONOR OF ALL WHO SERVED AND IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO Fill,
On Route 97 in the Mochican State Park, West of Loudonvillo,
Ohio, is the Memorial shrine dedicated to the 57th Division for all
men and women who lost their lives and served in the armed services
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Mary Lou Castell, Bus. manager, Ruth Ann May.
Second Row: Shirley Halkerow, Jo Ann martin,
Beverly Kaylor, Jo Ann Wachtel, Larry Leppla,
Johnny Strang, Dale Lininber, Lloyd Schlauch.
Third Row: Shirley Martln, Janice Purdy, Rosemary
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CLASS HIBTO Y
Twelve short years ago the nucleus of the graduating class of 1955 was
attempting to climb the first rung on the ladder, which, shall we say
represents the scholastic climb from early childhood to the day of graduation
Yes, graduation from our first and primary phase of learning.
The thoughts that were in our possession some twelve years ago, were not
of this day, Nor were we looking beyond the sixth or the fourth grade, we had
our first, and probably our most difficult goal to accomplish. fThat being
our first step on the ladder.j
Early one September morning back in 1941, Mrs. Willard looked approvingly
over the scrubbed and shining faces of the half frightened children. Yes,
children who teased and begged for months to go to school, weren't
they liked what the future
held for them, Our mothers left us,
and there we sat, staring at each other, at our classroom, and at Mrs.
Willard with wide and wondering eyes. Mrs. Willard soon had us all acquaint-
ed, and we were well on our way with printing, counting, and our A? B, C's,
second grade was very much the same, but of course we knew more, and
in a short time were ready for the third rung on our ladder,
teacher who guided our first attempts at learning was Mrs. Willard.
Yes, and looking back over those first years, could we have asked for a kinder
more understanding person to expose us to our studies than she. For helping
us climb our first three rungs of the ladder, we thank you Mrs. Willard,
and I know that some twenty or thirty other graduating classes of Nashville
High School join us in this word of thanks,
that our first steps up the ladder were taken, others came seemingly
and were more easily accomplished. we gained students and lost them
classes do. Along with additions of students came new taechers.
long, the first eight rungs of the ladder were below us. we were
looking forward to the final four rungs which were to hold for us not only
knowledge from our books and homewrok, but what was gained from social
activities which were available in high school. Such as the trips to the
neighboring schools for basketball games, class plays, speech contests, etc.
These served to develop our personality and indirectly to help us, the
Class of 1955, to gain a better understanding of the inpotrance of
We build the ladder by which we rise,
From the lowly earth to the vaulted skys
We reach the summit round by round.
Higher, higher we will climb,
Up the mount of gloryg
Till we reach the sunny Cline,
Beyond life's crystal story.
CLASS PO M
When the school's last lesson is mastered,
And the classes are tested and tried,
When the stu idest student has vanished,
And the dullest has stepped asideg
We shall rest-and faith, we all need it,
We shall rest for a moment or two,
the wonderful school of experience
Shall set us to work anew.
those who have won shall be happy,
shall pass through life's higher grade:
shall face the wor1d's difficult problems
shall pass through each test as they meet it
At the sounding of duty's stern callg
shall work every day---when they have to---
And never be tired at all.
And only the big world shall praise us,
And only the big world shall blame,
Though we work for the joy of the winning
And climb up the pathway of fameg
For each in his separate calling,
His separate thought must express,
As he follows the ladder as he sees it
To the goal that to him m ans success.
Class Colors: Red and White
Class Flower: Carnation
Class Motto: USail ONW
A U T O G R A P H S
We, the Seniors of
High School is rapidly
the most partj see fit
in a rightful and most
I, uLight Horsen, Bill
to Harry Tape.
I, Frances Allison,
I, Shirley Gard, do
the year 1953 A. D. seeing that our time in Nashville
drawing to a close and being in a right mind Cfor
to dispose of our property, real, personal, and mixed
beneficial way, we hereby make public our Last Will
Allison, bequeath my basketball grace and tactics
will my ability to be the shortest in the class to
bequeath my ambition to anybody that hasn't any,
I, Mary Lou Castell, do will my office job to Phyllis Bevington, and my
out-of-town interests to Beverly Bergoon.
I, Janet May, do bequeath my perpetual motion to Patsy Pipes and ny
cheerleading ability to Bill Taillon.
I, Shirley Walkerow, do will my ability to get to class on time, to
I, Dale Lininger, will my curly hair and attractive eyes to Robert Lockhard.
I, Jo Ann Wachtel, do will and bequeath my seat in Bill's new WChevieW to
I, Beverly Kaylor, will my Qunbintential mischieviousness to WSpikeW
Peebles, and Berlin friendships to Ruth Ann May,
I, Fred Wagner, bequeath my position in the WBachelor's Clubn, to
to Mr. Van Barg.
'ChetW Conner, will my attraction to every-town's-girls, to John Schopfer
Connie Elsasser, bequeath my slender statue to Barbara McMillan.
Johnny Strang, do will my ambition to be the second WHopalong Cassidyn
Larry Leppla, bequeath my ability to be s perfect gentleman to Hsplkev
Lloyd Schlauch, will my ability to be boisterous to John Parnell.
I, Jo Ann Martin, bequeath my dignified silence to Dorlores Davenport,
Shirley Martin, will my worn out Wbubblen gum to Mr. Wadsworth.
To the Freshman, the Seniors leave their seats in detention hall,
To the Sophomores, we will our ability to get along with Mr. Franks.
To the Juniors, we will our general good looks and intelligence,
Signed: SENIGR CLASS
I see it is now the day of the reunion of the Graduating Class of 1955,
in the elaborate estate of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Van Barg, and their son
Maurice the IV. The day is perfect for such a gathering and I am expecting
many shocks and amusements. The builer is now greeting the first guest who
we find is Johnny Strang and his wife, Close to their sides we find their
lovely twins WPamU and WPatW. John seems to be extremely happy for his
Wherfordn Farm is becoming a tremendous success.
Well, look here, we find our next arrival to be WLarryW Leppla. Larry is
driving a pink Cadillac convertible which he thought would m tch his wife's
purple coat. He is now the Chief of Police of Nashville and is trying to
catch the culprit who hooks radios up to NLo d Speakersn and plays them
during American History Class, Could it have been Mr. ladsworth?
What's this we have here? Outside a taxi pulls to the curb and our old
classmates HShirleyN Gard and WFrancesU Allison are getting out. Shirley is
in a wheel chair. Yes, she had both of her legs broken, it seems she was
chasing a wolf around a corner and fell in a man hole. Now she has called
'dpon Frances, who is a registered nurse, to care for her,
What's that noise? Thunder? Don't tell me it's going to rain today.
Sounds like birds singing, now, Oh, no, that's WShir1eyN Martin, She is
now starring in North Pacific, and is playing opposite 'Enco Pinzian,
The guest that just Nblew inn we find is Jo Ann Wachtel, being greeted
by Van himself. Did you know she is a TV star? She is star comedian on the
show WI am a Blockn.
My, C My, our secretary just arrived, Shirley Walkerow. After she got
her experience and education from being a secretary of the class she decided
to go even higher goals and now has a distinguished office position in the
UBachelor's Clubn of America,
What's this we have here? No, our eyes aren't deceiving us, or is that
Beverly Kaylor? What's that she is wearing? Leopard skin? And is that a
monkey on her shoulder? Now I recollect, she always did want to act with
Jo Ann Martin has arrived and is being greeted by the butler. Jo Ann has
at last filled her greatest ambition of being quietly wed to a nfinen
five star general.
I can still hear a distant rumbling noise, but it doesnft seem to bother
the others so we will see who is next,
Another couple is at the door, Lloyd Schlauch. Lloyd is really coming up
in the world. His date for this evening is non other than.Marilyn Monroe,
I hear a clicking of high heels, sure enough it is Janet May. She and
her husband own a big car washing plant, and specialize in NCrosleys and
The great veterinarian, WComnieU Elsasser, is being shown to her proper
seat. I hear question now confronting the V Club of America is 'Why do black
cows eat green grass and give white milk and yellow cream?0
Well, well, here is Fred Wagner, now a prominent lawyer in New York City
quite a family man too, we hear. The eighth child came the other day. His
Bachelor Club membership expired.
Listen to the trumpets blaring out WMilitary Escortu. No wonder its
welcoming to old admiral Chet Conner. Thanks to the Naval Reserves.
Gee, here comes Mary Lou Castell through the door. It looks like those
hills are doing her no harm. She took u the job of landscaping after the
stone quarries moved out and a big hole is left, but she is rather
disappointed because she couldn't find any gold in them thar hills.
That noise outside isgetting worse, I can't imagine what is causing that
awful racket. Whatever it is, is getting nearer. Let's investigate, Guess
what is coming in now, we might have known Bill Allison and Dale Dininger
is racing. Dale has a new Mercury and is doing quite well for himself. Bill
finally get his combination WChevieU and 0FordW finished. A UWillie-Billn
that goes a 119 m. p. h..
Mr. Wadsworth: WCalm1y define the difference between life and love'.
NLife is just one fool thing after another--Love is just two fool
things after each othern.
The teachers are afraid of the principal: the principal is afraid of
the supervisorsg the su ervisors are afraid of the school boardsg the
school boards are afraid of the parentsg the parents are afraid of
the childreng the children ---- ha ng it, the children a.ren't afraid
Shirley M: NI got fifty on my history test.F
Beverly K: Nwell, that makes you a half-witu.
Mr. Franks Cto Senior Classjz Wwhat an ignorant class. You are dismissed
and please do not flap your ears as you go out.F
Jo Ann: 'What do you call a man who drives a car, Dad?
Dad: UThat depends on how close he comes to me.N
If you can't laugh at the jokes of this age, laugh at the age
of the jokes,
INSIDE ST GRY
nBil1HAllison UChetU Conner
Likes Women Likes W men
Dislikes Competition Dislikes Snooty people
Pastime Eating Pastime Working on cars
Ambition Farmer Anbition Navy
Fav. Town Shreve Fav. Town Wooster
NFredW Wagner uLarryU Leppla
Likes Baseball Likes Blo hair 6 blue eyes
Dislikes Girls Dislikes Bashful girls
Pastime Hunting 5 Fishing Pastime Tinkering
Ambition To be a man Ambition Engineer
Fav. Town Mansfield Fav. Town Nashville
WFrancesN Allison 'Jo Annu Wachtel
Likes Cooking Likes Dill pickles
Dislikes Johhny Rae Dislikes Hillbilly music
Pastime Watching TV Pastime Riding in the rain
Ambition Secretary Ambition 2nd Marilyn Monroe
Fav. Town Millersburg Fav. Town Millersburg
nShirleyn Gard UJo Annu Martin
Likes Western music Likes Dancing
Dislikes History Dislikes To be teased
Pastime Watching TV Pastime UA certain guyn
Ambition Secretary Ambition Beautician
Fav. Town Wooster Fav. Town Perrysville
UConnieW Elsasser WShirleyU Walkerow
Likes Food Likes Sitting in balcony's
Dislikes Secrets Dislikes Nosey people
Pastime Reading Pastime Taking cream bottles
Ambition Ag. Degree Ambition Nurse
Fav. Town Glenmont Fav. Town Loudonville
NDaleN Dininger HLloydN Schlauch
Likes Basketball Likes Basketball
Dislikes Teachers Dislikes Bananas
Pastime Driving around Pastime Watching TV
Ambition Soldier Ambition Own large farm
Fav. Town R reve Fav. Town Nashville
Dislikes Stuck up people
Pastime Talking to Pat Pipes
Fav. Town Loudonville
HMary Loun Castell
Likes Late Hours Likes A good timeg to sleep
Dislikes To get up Dislikes To milk
Pastime Doing what comes natura Pastime Taking Ash Trays
Ambition To stay single lly Ambition To be an old maid
Fav. Town Loudonville Fav. Town Killbuck
H Shirley" Martin
Likes Flirting Likes Black hair 6 blue eyes
Dislikes Ladies men Dislikes Crowded places
Pastine Being a nut Pastime Dreaming
Ambition Peanut vendor Ambition College degree
Fav. Town Spelicy Fav. Town Loudonville
Jo Ann Wachtel
Mary Lou Castell
Jo Ann Martin
CAN YOU IMAGINE?
Without a girl in his car
Being a traffic cop
Not liking football
Not being a farmer's daughter
Bright-eyed on Monday morning
Not having fun
Replacing Johnny Rae
Not getting along with people
Being first woman president
Being a Hjazzn baby
A man hater
Being a horse driver
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Forth Row: Janice Purdy, Rosemary hiessner, Harriet
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Fred Lint, Arthur Fetter, Larry Alexander, Clara Ling,
Larry Devore, Georgia Martin.
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Four letterman returned to Coach Van Barg's team, Larry Leppla,
Johnny Strang, Dale Dininger and Fred Wagner, and after two weeks practice we
played our first game and lost to:
Northwestern 90.p .... ,Nashville 36
We lost again to Homerville 67 ..... Nashville 57
Shreve 54 ..... Nashville 47
Hurrah Victory -- Nashville 45 ..... Danville 52
We took Berlin 60, .... Nashville 64
Big Prairie 76.,.,.Nashville 58
We lost an overtime to Hayesville 64.,,.Nashville 59
We took a tight squeeze Nashville 54 .... Walnut Creek 50
we beat a stubborn Shreve team 66 ..... Nashville 67
We fought a losing battle to Killbuck 61 ..... Nashville 56
The Tigers win again, Nashville 73...,Glenmont 53
we lost a heartbreaker to Perrysville 65.,.,Nashvi1le 64
Nashville was beaten by Apple Creek 47 .... Nashville 36
we downed Clark after a hard fight, Nashville 65...Clark 58
Nashville lost to Berlin 56 .... Nashville 53
Big Prairie did it again 86 ..... Nashville 69
Nashville 54.A ........ lelnut Creek 51
Uh--C .,.Killbuck 110 ...... Nashville 68
Nashville 74., ........ Glenmonb 51
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we attempted Doylestown 61, but lost, Nashville 55
We lost a close one to Glenmont 5l........Nashvi1le 50
we lost again to Clark 67.,.....Nashvi1le 59
Our 7th and 8th Grade team won the tournament by beating:
Holmesville 23 ............. Nashville 66
Big Prairie 33... .... Nashville 76
Killbuck 35 ................ Nashville 37
Our Varsity Cheerleaders Patsy Pipes, Nancy Shafer, Pat Drake and
Janet May, as they cheered the Nashville Tigers through the 1952-1953
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