Navarre High School - Entre Nous Yearbook (Navarre, OH)
- Class of 1938
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To our friend and Superintendent in our Fresh-
man year, Mr. Fredrick Nydeqqer, We, the
graduating class ot 1938, respectfully dedicate
this third annual publication of
-l H. Nl
Born August 5, 19201 died Iuly 23, 1936
Born December 5, 19205 died October
Perfect souls sent down to earth,
Moral scholars and full of mirth:
Bodies of youth, minds of cr sage,
But born to die at an early age.
While we live on in a world of sin,
'Tis a mixed puzzle God puts us in.
PAUL HEEST-AND, President
LLOYD DOWELL, Vice President
MILES HAY, Clerk
ENTRE NCUS STAFF
EVELYN WHITMER, Editor-in-Chief
IOHN HASS, Asst. Editor-in-Chief
BLAINE KIME, Asst. Iunior Editor
RUTH HAMMEL, Iunior Editor
IRMA SMITH, Business Monuqer
TUNE SENFTEN, Artist
HAROLD SHREFFLER, Advertisement Editor
BETTY DEEDS, Advertisement Editor
RUSSELL SHERHAG, Literary Editor
VIRGINIA BEEM, Picture Editor
FLORENCE MANACK, Sports Editor
BLAINE STERNER, Sports Editor
IUNIOR HAY, Alumni Editor
VIRGINIA THORNBERHY, TYDist
IOSEPHINE CINCINNAT, Ioke Editor
IANE LASH, Ioke Editor
FACULTY OF NAVARRE HIGH SCHOOL
MISS HELEN BREWER MR. FREDERICK BRIDEWESER MR- IOHN DENIUS
WOOS'ef and Kem-B' 5- , ohio U. and ohio State-B. A. Ohio U'-B--S 1 1
Bi0lOQY Ufld Home ECOUOITUCS Mathematics and Manual Training
English and Science
MISS ELIZABETH NYDEGGER MR. ROBERT HALL MISS GENA SLUSSER
Wooster-B. A. Ohio State-B. S. Miami U.-B. S.
Latin and English Ohio State Graduate School-'M. A. Music
MR. TAYLOR MR. EARL WISARD MISS NORA DRAWE
Kent State Kent-B. S. Kirksville State Teacher's College
Cleveland School of Music Mathematics and History -B, S,
Orchestra and Band Kirksville, Mo,
MILES HAY IR NORMA BOOTH
lume the crce ln class ond sports Norma cr frlencl tn my retreat
Youll never tmd him out of sorts 7 Whom I may whxsper solltude IS sweet
Vxce Prestdent FYGUS'-UST
IRMA SMITH MARY BURTON
Hard work IS the surest road to success Gwe me love cmd beauty
these two only
MOTTO Onward Regardless
COLORS-Royal Blue cmd Sxlver
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WILFORD AGLER I
Leave a kiss but in the cup
And Ill not look for wine.
'silence is as deep as eternity.
Silence is gold, but gold
Does not appeal to me.
It drawing pictures were a crime,
This lassie would now be serving time.
Eddie a lad from a farm,
Never did anyone any harm,
Sells gas in his spare time,
But you'll never cheat him out of a dime.
losephine is at gym, perfection,
Perhaps that accounts for her sc
As we are living in an eternity,
The time to be happy is today.
She never intrudes, but is ready
To help with substantial aid,
A clever mind under curly hair.
When beauty and duty clash,
Let duty go to smash.
Why hurry? There will be time
After l'm dead.
Are our own talents.
What sweet delight a quiet lite affords. 0
Flashy and colorful, fast and small,
Barney's the lad who hopes to grow tall.
A blush is beautiful, but often inconvenient.
MARY IANE KELLER
Her lather owns a grocery store,
And you can be sure she'll never be a bore.
As a red head, she's in the lead,
To anything wrong she never gives heed.
BERT LE VERN
l am willing to be convinced,
But show me one that can do it.
A commercial student of high repute,
Whose ability as typist none can dispute.
The harder they come, the harder they fall,
And never a study bothers her at all.
It is the wise head that makes the still tongue. gg.
Nobody need worry about his success,
For he has a way that is like a caress.
M i, .:f1 g
Happiness is not the end of litep- ,-
JOHN HAAS gf: Z f
Our opportunities to do good
I J HAROLD SHREFFLER
MILES OTT .
As jolly and good-natured as he is short.
Not over serious cmd not over gay,
But a rare good fellow in his own way.
Suit the action to the world,
RUTH RAY E d 8
And the world to the action.
I am happy cmd cheerful, fa! K
What more could I want?
A giggle is a splash of wit,
IUNE SENFTEN ,J
A thunder ol argument.
He knows how to lead the cheering squad -L
And the crowd awaits his every nod. M
'Tis strange what a man may do,
And a woman think him an angel.
Men are often capable of greater things than they perform.
J. FLOYD STONER
Steve is a hustler coming and going,
Iust where he will land there is no knowing.
9 f-N Noisy as a phonograph, popular as can be,
J Always making people laugh, happy, gay and free.
5 7 EVELYN WHITMER
Quiet and innocent looking?
But so is dynamite sometimes.
CLASS OF '38
On September 5, 1934, 75 Freshmen entered
Navarre High School. To say we were "green"
is putting it mildly. It was then that "Ice" in-
formed us that in a few years we might f?l be
considered high school students and being our
class sponsor he probably knew. We proudly
elected our first class officers. They were: Presi-
dent, Iohn Haas: Secretary-Treasurer, Norma
Booth. Blue and silver was chosen as our class
colors, the selection of class flower and motto
being postponed until we had more mature ideas.
So passed our Freshman year.
Our Freshman year in the hazy past and our
mistakes and blunders forgotten or politely over-
looked-we hope-we enter our Sophomore year.
Sophomore is a Greek word meaning foolish-
more well draw your own conclusion. Our
class sponsor was Miss Nydegger. We held a
Halloween party. This was our first social out-
burst. Our class officers were: President, Iohn
Derfery Secretary, Arline Fettersp Treasurer, Iunior
We're luniors now and getting up in the world.
Shorthand and Typing eventually led to the Com-
mercial Club-for some. We had a party, the
main feature of the evening being a Scavenger
Hunt. "Lady, do you have a black cat or a map
of some place or other? We'll bring it back."
CP. S.-The prize was Va bag of peppermint pat-
ties.l We ordered our class jackets in the class
colors in September. Our class play, "'Who's
Boss," was given February 12. It was quite a
success, thanks to the able direction of our class
sponsor, Miss Drawe. We stepped into society by
giving a banquet in honor of the Seniors at
Orchard Hills Country Club. Our Girls Basketball
squad had the pleasure of wresting the inter-class
CHAMPIONSHIP from the Seniors. Our class
officers were: President, Iohn Derfer: Secretary,
Norma Booth: Treasurer, Irma Smith.
Our Senior year has arrived at last. Resolved:
To get a lot out of this year-at any cost. The
losers in the Annual contest gave a "Hard Time"
party for the winners. No one had a hard time
havingmfun, however. Our rings were selected
unanimously teveryone in the class voted for the
same ringl on September 21. Evelyn Whitmer
was chosen Editor-in-Chief of the Annual staff
with Iohn Haas as her assistant. An Annual staff
was appointed. They were: Blaine Sterner, Har-
old Shreffler, Florence Manack, Iosephine Cin-
cinnat, Iune Seneften, Iunior Hay, Betty Deed,
Virginia Thornberry, Irma Smith, Virginia Beem,
lane Lash and Russell Sherhag. Iunior Editors
were Ruth Hammel and Blaine Kime. On Febru-
ary 23, we treked to the Lucerne Studio to have
our pictures "took." tBetween us, the motion pic-
ture theaters of Canton were quite prosperous
that fine day. Our Commencement Announce-
ments were decided upon after some debate. The
Senior Boys and Girls B. B. squads won the inter-
class championship. Our class flower is the rose
and our motto is "Onward Regardless." Miss
Bremer is our sponsor.
Our class is well supplied with athletes. The
boys who have aided Bridy are: Red Agler, Eddy
Boughman, Don Brown, lohn Derfer, Quentin
Evans, Iunior Hay, Barney Iogerst, Bert Le Vem,
Dave Meyer, Harold Shreffler, Buck Stemer and
lohn Derfer won the County Scholastic Contest
in Chemistry and placed third in the County
Scholastic Contest for Seniors. Arland Meyers
placed fifth in the County Scholastic Contest for
Seniors. Iohn Hass' violin solo won the County
Evelyn Whitmer, most outstanding girl in the
County, represented Stark County in the 23rd
Annual 4-H Club Congress at O. S. U., Columbus,
September, 1937. Irma Smith won in the County
for Latin ll, l936. David Meyer and Evelyn Whit-
mer were on N. H. S.'s first Debate Team, 1936,
directed by Mr. Hall.
TO MILDRED AND HARLOW
We cannot say, and we will not say
That they are dead,-they're just awayl
And now, Farewell! Think not too harshly of
us, fellow-students and teachers. We have done
-C. M. K.
Iune 1, 1958.
MR. MILES HAY, IR.
lt's sad the warden wouldn't let you have a few
days off for good behavior to attend the reunion
of the old class of '38. There certainly was a mob
there, practically everybody except KATHLEEN
BLACKBURN, who ran away to Borneo with a
sailor. MARY IANE KELLER, that talkative gal,
asked about you. She wondered when you would
Plans for our reunion were made weeks in
advance and invitations sent to old grads all over
the world. And then last Tuesday they began
streaming into Navarre from every direction. An-
other absentee was IOHN DERFER of the Derfer
M nufacturing Company, who was expectedly
devained in Iustus on urgent business. Mayor
BERT LE VERN and his chauffeur, MILES OTT,
were kept traveling back and forth in a squad
car in "Bottle's" usual terrifying manner to wel-
come home-coming celebrities.
.Tuesday, however, most of the reunioners had
arrived, and the reunion began in earnest. The
Very Rev. Bishop ORVILLE ATKINSON opened
the meeting with a prayer and someone started
the old N. H. S. school song led by RUSSELL
SHERHAG, that crooning sensation of the Smel-
lum-plenty Cheese Hour over the Coasty Coast,
The speed demon, HAROLD SHREFFLER, was
arrested ten times getting here. He was bringing
MARY BURTON, opera singer, who was afraid
she might be late for the opening song.
On Tuesday evening the old grads again gath-
ered at the school building. IOHN HAAS, Rub-
inoff II, opened this session by playing "Sweet
and Low" as Lawyer EDWARD BOUGHMAN,
who has an established business at Cross Roads,
chatted loud and long with old school pals. After
this the best swing music of the event was sup-
plied by FLOYD STONER'S Band, featuring VIR-
GINIA BEEM as a blues singer and dancers 'IANE
LASH and BLAINE STERNER. tBlaine only moves
when he's "truckin'."l
The next feature was a different sort of enter-
tainment presented by the dancing team com-
posed oi FLORENCE MANACK and IOSEPHINE
CINCINNAT. They've just completed a movie for
Super-Stupid Productions with VIRGINIA THORN-
BERRY as "the new Zasu Pitts."
A terrible accident happened when WILFORD
AGLER, "Red" sox pitcher, was demonstrating a
wind-up and sprained his arm and assorted
nurses made a rush for him. HARRIET CULNON
and IRMA SMITH fought over him while MAE
KEEHN, who specializes in wounded hearts,
looked on. Eventually his fiancee, BETTY DEEDS,
repaired his arm.
Perhaps you would be surprised at the number
of the old gang that stayed at N. H. S. to teach.
ARLAND MEYER seems to be making quite a
success of cramming Cicero down little ones'
necks: IUNE SENF TEN has trouble keeping Fresh-
men out of her kindergarten classes: DOROTHY
LIEGHLEY is the Commercial Instructor.
NORMA BOOTH and ONITA HOLL were kept
busy taking down importantnotes of the event
for the nationally known newspaper, "The Na-
DOROTHY EBERLY has considerable trouble to
organize a Seamstress Union, and also has
OUINTEN EVANS with the United Brotherhood of
Grave Diggers. The longest speech was made
by DAVID MEYER, he's some sort of a national
big shot in the B. S. A., and talked on the subject
of doing things for boys. After he was finished
EVELYN WHITMER, who has risen to great prom-
inence in the State as a 4-H leader, gave a short
After surveying the old bunch we find that
CLARENCE IOGERST and DONALD BROWN are.
now, working very hard. They are concerned
with the large "Bird House Construction Com-
pany." RUTH RAY and MAE RUMBERGER have
risen in the ranks and have become well-known
And this is about all I can remember of the
happenings we had here in the school that has
replaced old Navarre High, and last of all the
reunion ended with the "Big Apple" with WIL-
FRED OWENS as the man of swing.
As I must clean my kitchen cupboards I must
Arlene Marie Fetters.
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Front Row: Betty Foster, Nada lean Hay, Ruth Hammel, Eleanor Jones, Delores Manse, Evelyn
Baker, Velda Smith, Francis Gachter, Russell Hindley, Miss Drawe fAdviserl.
Second Row: Gene lvluskoff, Marie McCartney, Erma Moore, Evelyn Agnes, Betty Slates, Eileen
Shrelller, Lee Fair, Paul Nalbach.
Third Row: Vera McCulla, Loretta Noftsinaer, Mary Helen Blackburn, Dorothy Goodman, Iune
Wade, Helen Wollard, lack Van Kirk, Harold Stoner.
Fourth Row: Ardell Strubel, Wanda Shanklin, Dorothy Engleman, Mary Margie McGuire, Marietta
Manning, Marilyn Brown, Marian Angerer, Gwenn Smith, Robert Guertal, Ross Swank.
Filth Row: Harold Lawerence, Bill Hammel, Iunior Brown, Ernest Atkinson, lustina C. Aman,
Earl Heintzelman, William Wagner.
Sixth Row: Charles Royer, Don Conkle, Robert Henderson, Blaine Kime, Calvin Engleman, Cullen
Meyer, Iohn Sterner, Grayson Heater, Dwight Fox, Robert Bowers, Frederick Nydegger,
Front Row: Wanda Laura Fair, Hilda Deal, Ruth Van Kirk, Grace Hendricks, Mildred Nichol'S
Rea Timney, Helen Hilderbrande, Harriet Doll, Miss Nydegqer tAdviserJ.
Second Row: Elsie lean Beem, Mariorie Grimm, Mary lane Swank, Garnett Bixler, Marguerite
Grillon, Mariorie Simler, Miriam Rockstroh, Virginia Hartzell, Doris Mummertz.
Third Row: Kathleen Owens, Edna Wagner, Opal Noftsinger, Margaret Weidman, lean Marchand
Grace Spangler, Martha Ream, Eileen Evans.
Fourth Row: Phyllis Gruse, Florence Frank, Robert Netzly, Ralph Wagner, Sterling Oakleaf
Clifford Bixler, Harry Meyer, Neal Evans.
Fifth Row: Vincent Debock, lames Edwards, Dale Resh, Arthur Fair, Ben Pyle, Iohn Adams
Robert Bash, Rufus Miller.
Sixth Row: William Owens, Phillip Keller, Quentin Gerber, lack Lutz, Frank Benkovich Glenn
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Front Row: Left to right-Charles Hodgson, William Nalbach, Iohn Reynolds, Eldon Dwyer, Iim
Bamberger, George Dagres, Bill Winkhart, Harry Long, Floyd Foster.
Second Row Cshortlz George Harig, Russell Fisher, Robert Keller, Perry Foster, Wayne Buxser.
Third Row: Ethel Shanklin, Margie Struble, Betty Gantz, Mary Diekmann, Marjorie Roderick,
Anna Marie Schrock, Geneva Brown, Mary Evelyn Lieghley, Martha Heater, Billy Schall,
Fourth Row: Betty Atkinson, Mary Ellen Spitzer, Anita Hattery, Vera Craig, Wanda Grimm,
Mary lane Stfffler, Benny Paris, Ray Conkle.
Fifth Row: Helen Meyer, Gladys Devoll, Freda Be-ed, Mary Louise-Smith, 'Thelma Hodgson, Helen
Morgan, Nancy Gallo, Maxine Mae Fetters, Billy Hanna, lack Schall, Billy Hammel.
Sixth Row: Norma lean Miller, Mary Etta logerst, Donna Mae Resh, Edith Rowland, Fern Masters,
Nettie Grace Smith, Shirley Oalcleaf, Betty Netzly, Paul Noftsinger, Charles Wetzel.
Front Row: Orveno Debock, Patsy Gier, Sarah Noftsinger, Marilyn Baltzer, Carolyn Berlyounq,
Marie Chetelat, Margaret lane Schauer, Vincent Define, George Wilson.
Second Row: lla Pettay, Lola Loudiana, Pauline Rurnberger, lean Haas, Iohn Agnes, lames
Weidman, Robert Wilson, Robert Hodgson, lay Doll, Ray Dailey.
Third Row: Anna Majcan, lane Iacques, Ida Mao Stiffler, leannette Mumrnertz, Dorothy Ione,
Iames Houvig, Richard Agler, lack Arther, l-larlow lohnson, Mr. Grabill,
Fourth Row: lune Ream, Charles Foster, Hal Dean Gaddis, lack Frank, Joseph Loretto, Carl
Cincinnat, Iackie Burkhart.
Fifth Row: Elaine Cook, Ellen Marie Hay, Evelyn Stantz, Vernon Sterner, Raymond Lintner,
Front Row: Mr. Van Dyne, Ierry Hammel, Dale Ruff, Betty Diehl, Donna Lash, Beverly Hay.
Dorothy Weidman, Betty Hammel, Donald Owens, Willard Noftsinger.
Second Bow: Robert Daqes, Shirley Stantz, Eileen Timney, Doris Steiner, Marie Nickles, Marilyn
Keller, Wava Shanklin, Earl loqerst, Paul Nottsinqer.
Third How: Harold Axe, Howard Bore-ll, Ardith Craig, Iosephine Kenny, Dorothy Lash, Nora
Lanqenfeldt, Thelma Winkhart, Alexander Gallo, Donald Shonk.
Fourth Row: Eugene Nicewander, Alvin Schultz, lames Winkhart, Goldie Devoll, Mary Ioan
Adams, Betty Berlyounq, Francis Bell, Glendale Shanklin, lunior Iones.
Fifth Row: Norma Anqerer, Wilma Keeler, Gene Kaylor, Melvin Owens, Glendle Hodgson, David
Beem, Evelyn Smith, Iune Dailey.
When we were little Freshies, The lr. year was crowned with fame
The teachers loved us so. The teachers loved us yet:
Th9Y pelted US, i1'19Y flmfefed US, Sometimes indeed we went astray
We were so sweet, you know. But repentance caused them to forget.
Then We were the Sophomores And now' as Seniors we are awful
So pretty and so sweet, The teachers qive us thunder
We neither whispered nor chewed gum- Our dreams of pleasure and of tame
Our grades could not be beat. Have fallen all asunder.
But We will show them, never fear,
When we ao out to sea
We'11 all be famous in this world
Now you just Wait and see.
Senior Honor Students According To Their Rating
Irma Smith Norma Booth Onita H011
Iohn Derfer lane Lash
Arline Fetters Afkmd Meyer lohn Haas
Iunior Hay M59 Keehn Evelyn Whitmer
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Wilford Agler, will 'and bequeath my ability to
get front seats to Ben Pyle.
Orville Atkinson, will and bequeath my curly
locks to Lee Fair.
Virginia Beem, will and bequeath my ability as
cheerleader to Evelyn Baker.
Kathleen Blackburn, will and bequeath my slim
figure to Margie McGuire.
Norma Booth, will and bequeath my quiet man-
ner to Iune Wade.
Edward Boughman, will and bequeath my good
behavior in Mr. Bridweser's classes to Fred-
Donald Brown, will and bequeath my short hair-
cut to Iunior Brown.
Mary Burton, will and bequeath my English
accent to Eileen Shreffler.
Josephine Cincinnat, will and bequeath my
athletic tendencies to Ardell Struble.
Harriet Culnon, will and bequeath my giggling
to Mary Helen Blackburn.
Betty Deeds, will and bequeath my affection for
red heads to Evelyn Agnes.
Iohn Derfer, will and bequeath my back seats
in the study hall to Ross Swank.
Dorothy Eberly, will and bequeath my way
with the boys to Wanda Shanklin.
Quentin Evans will and bequeath my strong,
silent way with the girls to Charles Royer.
Arline Fetters, will and bequeath my flute play-
ing to Marietta Manning.
Iohnll-laas, will and bequeath my nickname,
"Rubinoff," to Earl Heintzelman.
Iunior Hay, will and bequeath my modesty to
Onita Holl, will and bequeath my stenographic
ability to Dorothy Goodman.
Clarence Iogerst, will and bequeath my athletic
ability to Bill Wagner.
Mary lane Keller, will and bequeath my ear for
good music to Loretta Noftsinger.
Mae Keehn, will and bequeath my blushes to
lane Lash, will and bequeath my auburn locks
to Marian Angerer.
Bert Le Vern, will and bequeath my subtle wit
to Derwood Klein.
Florence Manack, will and bequeath my win-
ning smile to Marie McCartney.
Arland Meyer, will and bequeath my quiet sin-
cerity to Dwight Fox.
David Meyer, will and bequeath my shyness
with the girls to Cullen Meyer.
Miles Ott, will and bequeath my guitar to
Wilfred Owens, will and bequeath my Terpsi-
chorean ability to Robert Bash.
Ruth Ray, will and bequeath my dramatic abil-
ity to Erma Moore.
Mae Rumberger, will and bequeath my way
with the teachers to Katherine Hein.
Iune Senften, will and bequeath my love for
Chemistry to the whole high school.
Russell Sherhag, will and bequeath my singing
to Harold Stoner.
Irma Smith, will and bequeath my industrious-
ness to Marilyn Brown.
Harold Shreffler, will and bequeath my reputa-
tion as "Don'Iuan" to Robert Guertal.
Blaine Sterner, will and bequeath my classic
profile to Russell Hindley.
Floyd Stoner, will and bequeath my hot trom-
bone playing to Emie Atkinson.
Virginia Thornberry, will and bequeath my
southern accent to Ruth Hammel.
Evelyn Vtfhitmer, will and bequeath my fudge
making to Gwendolyn Smith.
Seated: Elsie lean Beem, Dorothy Goodman, Betty Deeds, Margaret Weidman, Miss Slusser tln-
structorl, Dolores Manse, Helen Hildebrand, Mary lane Swank, Mariory Simler.
Standing: lohn Haas, lane Lash, Ernest Atkinson, Mary Burton, Harold Lawrence, Iustina Aman,
Phylis Gruse, Virginia Hartzell.
Seated: Evelyn Baker, William Wagner, Miriam Rockstroh.
Standing: Evelyn Whitmer, Miriam Anqerer, Mr. Hall tlnstructorl, lrma Smith, Gwen
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Seated: Mariorie Grimm, Nettie Grace Smith, Betty Netzly, Anna Marie Chetlat, Mary Ioan
Bittecker, Pliylis Gruse.
Standing: Edna Wagner, lohn Miller, Vincent Define, Billy Greasy, Mary loan Loew, Paul Deeriq,
Walter Studer, Maxine Fetters, Maryory Strubel.
Last Bow: William Wagner, Cleal Swank, Haldean Gaddis, George Dagres, Mr. Taylor tlnstructorl,
Margery Sirnler, Marjorie Rodt-ririk, Margaret Weitlrnan, Betty Atkinson.
Front Row: Martorie Grimm, Alvin Schultz, Mary loan Bittecker.
Seated: Arline Fetters, Margery Simlrr, Eleanor lanes, Mary loan Adams, liarold Lawrence, Lola
Standing: Betty Slates, Edna Wagner, lohn Miller, Vincent Define, Dorothy Weidman, Eugene
Phillips, Gene Kaylor, Gene Muskoif.
Last Row: Cleat Swank, Hal Dean Gaddis, George Daqres, Floyd Stoner, Virginia Hartzell, Mr.
Taylor tlnstructorl, Margaret Weidman, Dorothy Lash, Harold Stoner.
Capt. Mary Manack and Lieutenant Lorna Roderick were not present.
Front Flow: lean Riordan, Marjorie Day, lean Henderson, Shirley Lash, Donna Lash, Betty Hammel,
Second Row: Sarah Noftsinqer, Marilyn Baltzer, Carolyn Berlyounq, Evelyn Smith, Donna Mae
Resh, Nora Lanqenfeld, Orletta Define, Beverly Hay, Norma Miller, Shirley Stantz, Virginia
Third Row: Lois Baltzer, Ida Mae Stiffler, Betty Berlyounq, Norma Angerer, Dorothy Lash, Kathleen
Blackburn, Mary Rose Chetalet, Nancy Gallo, Maxine Fetters, Shirley Oakleaf, Marilyn Keller,
Fourth Row: Marie Nickles, Ellen Hay, Pauline Rumberger, Iane Iacques, Mary Iane Stiffler,
Marjorie Simler, Nada lean Hay, Ila Pettay, Mary Ioanne Betticker, Gail Hariq, Mary Etta
Ioqerst, Dorothy Weidman.
Fifth Bow: Evelyn Stantz, Iune Ream, Mary Helen Blackburn, Geneva Brown, Martha Ream,
Marjorie Roderick, Margaret Weidman, Marilyn Brown, Elaine Cook, Gene Muskoff, Elsie
First Row: Iohn Agnes, lim Weidman, Rufus Miller, Dale
Second Row: Bill Hanna, Howard Borrell, Harry Meyer
Top Row: Glendle Hodgson, Wayne Buxser, Phil Keller,
First Row: Betty Deeds, losephine Cincinnat, Thelma Hodgson, Hilda Deal, Fern Masters, Shirley
Oakleaf, Orletta Define, Nettie Grace Smith, Betty Netzly.
Second Row: Nada lean Hay, Norma Booth, Freda Reed, Evelyn Agnes, Kathleen Blackburn, Elsie
lean Beem, Mary Helen Blackburn, Betty Atkinson, Mae Rurriberger, Donna Resh, Harriet
Culnon, Mary lane Keller, Miss Slusser Clnstructorl.
Third Row: Marguerite Grillon, Mariory McGuire, Gene Muskoif, Virginia Thornherry, Iune Sentten,
Mary Burton, Dorothy Eberly, Anna Marie Schrock, Helen Meyer, Anita Hattery, Mary lane
Stitfler, Mary Diekman, Mary Ellen Spitzer.
Fourth Bow: Dorothy Engleniarr, Virginia Hartzell, Ardell Strubel, Wanda Shanklin, lrrna Smith,
Virginia Beerri, Marjorie Roderick, Geneve Brown, Ruth Hammel, lane Lash, Marilyn Brown,
Front Row: Miss Slusser, Virginia Hartzell, Elsie lean Beem Nada Iean Hay Gene Muskott Ruth
Hammel, Marjory McGuire, Evelyn Agnes.
Second Row: lohn Haas, Ernest Atkinson, Blaine Krme Floyd Stoner Wilfred Owens George
Third Row: Wayne Buxser, Harold Lawrence, Russell Sherhag Iunior Hay
Seated: lune Senftfn, Virqiniq Thornlmerry, Normo Booth, Mae Rumberqer, Floyd Stoner, Mary lone
Keller, Miss Drowe Clnstructorl.
Standing: Onito Holl, Betty Deeds, Dorothy Eberly, Florence Mdnczck, More Kee-hn, lone Lush.
4 Third Row: Iunior Hoy, Russell Sherhog-- Ruth Ray ond Dorothy Lieqhley Knot presentl.
Kneeling: Russell Sherhoq.
Standing: Virqinicx Beem, Marion Anqerer, Gwendolyn Smith.
Stephen C. Foster , Floyd Stoner
Ieanie , ,,,,,,, Miriam Rockstroh
Colonel Staunton , William Lawrence
Phillip , W W , , lohn Haas
loy , . ,, , Virginia Hartzell
Hannah , Betty Deeds
Henry WH ,- - , Miles Hay
Richafd , W ,H Russell Sherhaq
Majundahr E, Y ,, ,,Dw1qht Fox
Ioe Buzzard , , , George Dagres
Elmina Hilda Deal
William , , Wayne Buxser
Seth , Blaine Kime
Adaliza Ruth Hammel
Lily H, nn
Tom ,, ,,,,
, ,Iune Seniten
Donna Mae Flesh
, Mary Burton
Simon Simple, an inventor -
Sophie Simple, his wife' -
Stella Simple, his daughter -
Sammy Simple, his son -
Sally Ann, maid at the Simples -
Minerva Webb, who boards at the
Simple's- f-Ruth Hammel
Hazel Hawkins, Sammy's Fiancee -
Thankful Barlow, who runs the Hotel
Elite -Donald Conkle
Elwood Elkins, just back from the city
Dorothea Ducrksworth, from the city -
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Adam Dunniqan Bert Lo Vern
Elsie Dunniaan Betty Deeds
Mfifsluerite Norma Booth
Reporter Iosophine Cincinnat
GQOTCIG Floyd Stoner
Mr. Van Witherspoon Ir, Hay
Mrs, Van Witherspoon Mae Keehn
CYYU Russell Shoihaq
Scruples Miles Ott
TIHOT Irma Smith
Christaiiela Arlino ll-tiers
Agatha Mulroon9Y Virginia Seem
It was between the Mary months of Mae and
Iune and I had just been informed that I had in-
herited my great-grandfather's fortune. I hurried
to the railroad station to buy a ticket to Orville,
and then to Cincinnati from Evansville. where I
was to meet my great-grandfather's lawyer. We
were to look over the Deeds that had been left
me. I hurried down the street, stopping at the
corner to pick some Thornberrys off the bush that
stood by the blackSmith shop, never suspecting
that a Wolfe was walking behind me and peer-
ing at me with his Keehn eyes. The Wolfe had a
long Blackbum on his Red nose. I picked up a
Stoner and finally cornered him. I Lashed him
and Fettersed him to a Sterner tree that stood by
the railroad tracks never giving a Whihner or
less what happened to him.
After walking Miles, I finally reached the ticket
Booth. where the agent Beemed on me and con-
gratulated me on my good fortune. While wait-
ing for the train, I met a Boughman, who wanted
to sell me a play called "Clarence." We sat down
on a bale of Hay which was left for the Haases,
and began to talk about Derier red charges.
As I boarded the train I found that just another
person and myself were to occupy the Hall coach.
As it was near lunch time, we went to the diner.
I wasn't extremely hungry, but Harri-ett every-
thing in sight, until he Owensed a very large
There was also a young lady in the diner, who,
because of the bright Rays of the sun, kept seeing
Dots before her eyes, and could not read her
book entitled, "Would You Mary lane?" She
wore a Brown dress of Russelling taffeta. She had
a bowl of gold-fish, but the water kept Lieghley-
ing out over the sides. She told us that she had
a Clay colored Bert dog too, but he was too small
for such a long journey to the city of Florence.
I finally reached my destination and was
Harolded by the lawyer and a band which
played "This Is Arland."
It,has been noticed that Norma Booth gets quite
a few letters from V. S., who goes to school in
Everyone would like to know who the Tommy
is, that Kathleen Blackburn talks so much about.
We wonder if there will be june wedding bells
for Virginia Beem and Alvin "Gassy" Armstrong.
Everyone wants to know if it really was Betty
Foster's aunt who gave her that ring for Christ-
We wonder if Mary Iane Keller's heart is in
Beach City or in Tulare, California.
Iohn Derfer and Arland Meyer seem to think
quite a lot of D. G. and E. B.
We noticed that Evelyn's face got very red
when asked if she liked the color of Iunior Hay's
Who is the boy who goes to Ruth Ray's house
every Saturday night and sometimes on Sunday?
Does Floyd Stoner's heart belong to Mae
Keehn, Helen Hilderbrand, or himself.
Irma Smith likes H. Werstler but Hartville is
pretty far away.
Onita Holl says she intends to carry on and be
another efficient Holl stenographer.
Blaine Sterner better be more careful when he
"toots" in front of Myra's house.
We are wondering if the Culnon-Stevens,
Deeds-Agler affairs will be wedding bells or "?"
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otandinq: Coach Bridewe er Manager Adams Daqres Ioqerst Captazn l-lay F Brown H1entzle
man, Conkle, Winkhart Henderson Hang Manager Foster
East Canton W-
North Canton --
Canal Fulton W
F nt F St n r H y C plain Stemer, Le Vern, Ioqerst. A
Sta d q M aqer Ad s, H. Stoner, Shipbauqh, Bowers, Brown, Hientzlemarl, Coach Brideweser.
East Canton C
Canton Township .... --
East Sparta --
East Sparta --
Beach City --
Brewster .,.... M
Canal Fulton --- --
Front: Manager Foster, Iogerst, D. Brown, Shipbaugh, I. Brown, Agler, Lutz, Shreffler, Conkle,
Swank, Manager Adams.
Standing: Coach Brideweser, Hariq, Dagres, Sterner, Le Vern, Hay, De Bock, Gachter.
1937 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
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-aa 22 9
East Sparta .... - 8 7
Bolivar ...... --- 27 7
Canal Fulton --- - 7 4
Brewster ........... --- 15 6
Canton Township - 4 O
Canal Fulton ..... - 2 1
Strasburg ......... - 3 4
Canton McKinley - 3 7
Greene ........... - 6 1
Rock Creek ...... - 5 4
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We have given you last year's Baseball scores.
It is a fine record and we are sure this year's
team has the ability to perform the sarne.
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As the Teachers
Mary lane Keller
Bert Le Vem
Play a mouth organ
Writing letters to Kentucky
Visiting the country
Dancing and skating
Driving a car
To be a minister
To be a nurse
To play baseball
Be a dress model
Iazz orchestra leader
Play a harp
Be school teacher
Be an old maid
Be a stenoqrapher
Date with Shirley Temple
Great orchestra leader
Great guitar player
Go out west
Travel on train
To be a ,nurse
Ioin the navy
Get even with the teachers
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SENIOR PERSONALITY VOTE
Mary Burton and
Kathleen Blackburn lover telephonel: Are you
the game warden?
Game Warden: Yes, Ma'am.
Kathleen: I am so thankful I have the right
person at lastl Would you mind suggesting some
games suitable for a Girl Scout party?
Harold Shreffler occasionally wipes the dishes
for Mary Burton. The other day he rebelled, say-
ing it was "not a man's work."
Mary got the Bible and read from 2 Kings 21213:
"And l will wipe Ierusalem as a man wipeth a
dish, wiping it, and turning it upside down."
Harold still wipes the dishes.
Nature is a wonderful thingl A million years
ago she didn't know we were going to wear spec-
tacles, yet look at the way she placed our ears.
The spinal column is a collection of bones run-
ning up and down your back, to keep you from
being legs clean up toyour neck.
Edward Boughman: Did you ever run across a
man who at the slightest touch would cause you
to thrill and tremble all over?
Ruth Ray: Yes, the dentist.
Russell Sherhag: What is a Civil War veteran
called when he rides on a street car?
Dorothy Lieghtley: l'll bite, what's he called?
Russell: A passenger.
Norma Booth: Mother, I don't believe l can go
to school today.
Mrs. Booth tperplexedl: Why, Norma?
Norma: 'Cause I don't feel well.
Mrs. B. lsympatheticallyl: Where don't you feel
Norma: In school.
Floyd Stoner: Something seems wrong with
this engine . . .
Mae Keehn: Don't be silly, wait till we get off
the main road.
Mae Rumberger and Iune Sentten were dis-
"Which would you most desire in your hus-
band-brains, wealth or appearance?" asked
"Appearance," responded Iune, "and the
sooner the better." -
"l want," said Floyd Stoner, the house hunter,
"a house in an isolated position-at least five
miles from any other house."
"I see," said the house agent, with an under-
standing sort of smile. "You want to practice the
"No," answered Floyd, grimly, "I want to prac-
tice the trombone."
Mr. Hall: "Every day we breathe oxygen. What
do we breathe at night, Arland?"
Miss Nydegger: "What is the literal Latin for
'He pretended he wanted to ride'?"
Iohn Derfer: "Hitch, hike, hokum."
"When I started in life, young man," said the
wealthy contractor, "I worked twelve hours a
"Yes," replied Red Agler, "but in these rapid
times any one who took twelve hours to do a
day's work would get fired."
"I have always maintained," declared "Gassy"
Armstrong, "that no two people think alike." ,
"You'll change your mind," said his fiancee,
Virginia Beem, "when you look over our wedding
Don Brown: I see you've got Shelley and Keats.
Do you like to read them?
Harriet Culnon: Oh, yes.
Don: D'you know what is the essential differ-
ence between them?
Harriet: Yes, Shelley is bound in red and Keats
I 9 9 4
I 9 9 5
I 8 8 9
Clifford E. Camp
I 9 9 7
I 9 9 9
Will L. Bennett
Harvey E. Corl
Clement J. Rider
I 9 9 9
I 8 9 0
Oscar Van Dorsten
I 9 9 I
I 9 9 2
Nora G. Dinius
Cora B. Fitzgerald
Jennie R. Grove
Julia A. Hug
Laura R. Sisterhen
Mary A. Wagner
Lura M. Welty
I 9 9 3
I 9 9 4
Hattie A. Corl
Ada M. Fitzgerald
Benj. L. Sites
George F. Stahl
Adam B. Rickard
John W. Harmon
I 9 9 5
A I 9 9 9
Mayme uig ey
Milton S. Garvcr
I 9 9 7
Minnie M. ' Feller
Blanche E. Bowers
I 8 9 9
Lottie G. Brown
Florence M. Gnau
I 9 9 9
Chas. A. Weidman
1884 - 1937 NAVARRE HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI
Herman A. Bloch
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I 9 9 I
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Edwin H. Garvcr
I 9 U 3
Roy B. Foster
I 9 9 4
I 9 0 5
I 9 0 9
I 9 9 'I
I 9 9 9
H, Boyd Weidman
tl 9 0 9
Lura Mc. Steele
Thomas E. Roderick
I 9 I 9
Gale B. Gaddis
Edwin C. Rieder
Myron G. Swaller
I 9 I I
J. Edwin Sturmi
I 9 I 2
I 9 I 3
Karl G. Sisterheri
Mary May Summers
Louis G. Hill
Pearl L. Rockstroh
Cora U. Swihart
I 9 I 4
Daniel Harold Muskoff
Nellie Pearl Butz
Ruth Lucille Roderick
Anna Agnes Miller
Gladys Lolita Dunlap
Lee Earl McFarren
I 9 I 5
John W. Muskoff
Albert . Barr
Bryan J. Snyder
Martin R. Ruff
Willard J. Wagner
Harry E. Myers
Hope G. Gaddis
Miles T. Hay
Mildred H. Warwick
Ben A. Roderick
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I 9 I 7
I 9 I 9
I 9 I 9
I 9 2 0
I 9 2 I
Helena Grace Geopfert
Emily Pearl Weidman
,L Chester Adams
I 9 2 2
Esther Leola Thwaite
Carmel Alice Manack
Joseph L. Snyder
Myron Paul Adams
kmhn H. Hammel
oger W. Warren
Garnet L. Patterson
I 9 2 3
Thelma E. Allen
Beatrice E. Beltzer
Florence M. Hug
Waldo G .Hensel
Ardis E. Kaylor
Ross A. Lash
E. Lee Penman
Fern M. Rairdon
Lucille F. Rowe
Esther E. Slemmons
Mary 0. Smith
Helen L. Wagner
Ethel M. Ziegler
Vesta R. Zinsmaster
I 9 2 4
Alma M. Turnbull
I 9 2 5
I 9 2 6
I 9 2 1
I 9 2 9
I 9 2 9
Emma L. Baltzer
Mary Jane Cook
Helen E. Crecco
Gladys M. Deeds
Alice H. Eberly
Mary G. Gcopfert
Martha M. Lutz
Loretta A. Muskolf
Jeanette M. Salberg
John O. Edwards
Carrol W. Harne
Robert B. Drage
Clifford L. Johnston
Donald K. Slemmons
I 9 3 9
1 9 3 1
Carl Van Dress
I 9 3 2
Mary E. Culnon
I 9 3 4
Regina 'Van Dress
Verda May Beards
Mary Helen Evans
I 9 3 6
Mary Florence Reese
Ruth Ro er
I 9 3 7
Margaret J. Forsythe
Thomas Ho gson
Gertrude Le Vern
GERARD J. MANACK
Office 3301 - Dial - Res. 2922
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Tues. 7-School started off with a bang! The teachers got tired and let us go
to the County Fair in the afternoon.
Wed. 8-New boy in Senior Class. His name is lim Wolfe.
Fri. 17-Editor-in-Chief returned from 4-H Club Congress. First football game.
Navarre was defeated by East Canton.
Tues. 21-Senior Class choose rings.
Sat. 25-Three bus loads from Navarre went to see Ohio State vs. Texas
Christian football game.
CREASY ARMS CO.
Anything in Firearms, Ammunition
and Sporting Goods
Sunoco Gas and Oils
Tires and Batteries
Phone 53 I I
The City Dairy
F. E. DAGES
Phone 2581 Navarre
Dial 9490 Wm. F. Rockstroh, Prop.
Anywhere . . . Anytime
On U. S. Route 21
Visit our New Store for Complete
THE GILBERT ELECTRIC
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Groceries 0 Meat 0 Fish 0 Cheese
Fri. l-Seniors took charge of Chapel.
Mon. 4-Annual Staff selected.
Fri. 8-Navarre won a game. The squad shaves!
Sat. 16-Navarre beat Brewster.
Tues. 19-Editor-in-Chiet's baby brother has a tooth.
Thurs. 21-Report cards. Worries?
Wed. 27-Senior movie, "Peck's Bad Boy."
Fri. 29-No school! Teachers went to Cleveland.
Sat. 6-Canal Fulton vs. Navarre game. Boooooooooolll
Tues. 9-Class rings came at last.
Wed. 10-Senior Class party! Great funl
Thurs. ll-Senior show, "Green Light."
Mon. 22-Few Seniors saw Shakespearian play at Minerva.
Wed. 24-First basketball game. Wow!
G. A. SISTERHEN
General Fire and Auto Insurance
Home Dressed Meats
NAVARRE . Navarre'
LQEW 85 SWALLER Compliments of I
Cjrocers SAM MORRISSON
Dial 2261 NAVARRE GAS CONFECTIONERY
EARL SMITH'S DAIRY
LIFE? AUTOMOBILE or PROPERTY?
For Information and Service, see
C. W. MEYER. Agent
NAVARRE Navarre, Ohio
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Zmsmaster 86 Fisher
Phone 2161 Navarre phone 242' Navarre
Thurs. 2-"Simple Simon Simple"-Iunior Class play.
Thurs. 16MSenior picture, "Stella Dallas."
Fri. l7-Vacation began. Hurrah!
1938-A NEW YEAR
Mon. 3-School again!
7-Senior Chapel. Mock wedding. Belled Mr. and Mrs. Hall.
Wed. 2-Paper sale. Fourth grade won.
Thurs. 3-Operetta, "In An Old Kentucky Garden."
Sat. 12-Debate and Oration tourney at Canton Township.
Fri.-Sat., 18-19-Basketball tourney at Washington Hi.
Wed. 23-Great dayl Seniors had their pictures "took."
Fri.-Sat., 25-26-Tournament. Navarre lost out.
Mobil Gas 8: Oil Washing 8: Greasing
WALTER P. HUG
Phone 2141 Navarre, Ohio
DR. L. L. DOWELL
Brewster Dairy Products Co.
Phone 88 Brewster
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CISBTS ' T0baf-7395 Groceries and Meats
and confectlons Phone 2381 Navarre
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wellsfvdy- Phone 26Ol Navarre
Wed. 2-Tried to pick graduation announcements.
Thurs. 3-Some of the picture proofs have arrived.
Mon. 7-Iunior, Senior, and School Skating party.
Fri. 18-Senior Chapel.
Tues. 22-Senior boys and girls are class Basketball Champs.
Fri. l-Annual goes to press.
Fri. 13-Class Play.
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Chevrolet Sales 51 Service l
ON THE SQUARE
Phone 244l Navarre Dairy
Compliments of Complimenfs Oi
On The Square
Dial 2l9I Navarre
PURE OIL - GAS
TIOLENE MOTOR OIL
I. W. IOHNSON
Handy Service Store
Bixler 86 Albaugh
Grain - Feed - Flour - Lime
Cement - Fencing - Etc.
D151 2531 Navarre Phone 2011 Navarre
NAVARRE DRY GOODS 81
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LUMBER ' MILLWORK ' ROOFING
Phone 2771 SASH and DOORS ' INSULATION
UN THE SQUARE Phone: Navarre 278l
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Sinclair Gas and Oils
Dial 2222 Lubrication A Specialty
R . L A S H
General Auto Repairing
24 HOUR TOW SERVICE
Dial 3601 Navarre
'md T, C. S. KELLER
Denman 'res Zenith. Philco and Emerson Radios
Dial 2511 Navarre Phone 2251 Ncrvorre
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