Navarre High School - Entre Nous Yearbook (Navarre, OH)
- Class of 1944
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"HILLS AND DALES"
ISHED BY Tl-IE SENIOR CIAS
MELVA MAE HINDLEY
GEORGE VA RNS
RU FH GERBER BCTNNIE CRAVER
Assf. Edifflf-ill-Cl7fl'f Lifprqfry
Au f. Sfmrix Lcfllor
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MARY ELLEN LINTN ER
In sincere appreciation to one who has
been our advisor for the past four years and
who has whole-heartedly devoted his time
to the betterment of our education, we the
Senior Class of 1944 wish to express our
Under this flag, perhaps the greatest liv-
ing symbol of our American way of life,
we, the Senior Class, wish to dedicate this
edition of EN TRE NOUS to the community
of Navarre and its spirit. To this spirit of
liberty and to those true American men and
women who are giving their lives that we
may be free, we pledge our allegiance of life
to the death.
This ENTRE NOUS speaks: "Navarre,
you have a future, yours is a spirit eternal,
yours is a will to be freef,
MR. ROBERT H. HALL
Ohio State-B. S.
Ohio StatcfM. A.
MR. JOHN H. DENIUS
Iowa State, Highland Park
Ohio University-B. S.
HELEN BREMER EARL XVISARD NORA DRAWIZ FRED BRIDEXVESER
Woclsler and CCVlUH1bl.l+Xl. A. Kent-B. S. Kirlcsville, Missouri---B. S. Capital University-A. B-
Kent--B. S. HiSwry Commercial Subjects Ohm Staff UUlVCfSilY
Home Economies Algebra Summer School
English Democracy Gfllvral SCiCl1CC
nd Michigan-M. :L
DONNA BATES FORREST ETLING
University of Cincinnati-B. S. Heidelberg College-B. Mus
Diploma Piano Conservatory of University of Michigan
Music Student Work
Vocal Baldwin Wallace College
English Summer Study
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Lvff in Rigllf-Mr. MCNab, Mr. Huth, Mr. Hull, Mrs. Dagrcs, Mr. Eccleston
Mr. Denius, Mr. Stoner.
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Gerald Adams, will and bequeath my dimples to Richard Riordan.
Lois Baltzer, will and bequeath my gum chewing to Marie Langenfield.
Doyle Bentzel, will and bequeath my love for teachers to Reed Brown.
Elinor Bowers, will and bequeath my dancing ability to Grace Shanklin.
Nellie Cherelar, will and bequeath my talkativeness to ,Ioan Mauch.
Bonnie Lee Craver, will and bequeath my love for sailors to Madeline Atkinson
June Wilson, will and bequeath my plumpness to Patsy Burson.
Billy Walker, will and bequeath my job at the bakery to Edwin Gaut.
George Varns, will and bequeath my ability to talk in front of crowds to Mary Brown
Walter Studer, will and bequeath my love to Evelyn Winkhart.
Merle Shanklin, will and bequeath my red hair to Jeanne Henderson.
Irene Seese, will and bequeath my slenderness to Francis Weidman.
Russell Salberg, will and bequeath my shyness to Bob Seese.
Patsy Ray, will and bequeath my love for Bob's to Virginia Lee Mitchell
Robert Putt, will and bequeath my tallness to Billy Creasy.
Jerry Hammel, will and bequeath my curly hair to John Miller.
Lee Foster, will and bequeath my trumpet playing to Paul Netzly.
Donna Define, will and bequeath my laugh to Lela Mummertz.
Mary Jane Debock, will and bequeath my love for music to Lois Small.
Marjorie Day, will and bequeath my quietness to Priscilla Agler.
Tom McCartney, will and bequeath my Irish accent to Robert Madiffer.
Reba Marchand, will and bequeath my red cheeks to Irene Drage.
James Loudiana, will and bequeath my masculine charm to Jim Betteker.
Mary Ellen Lintner, will and bequeath my hair ribbons to Kitty Shuster.
Shirley Lash, will and bequeath my ability to get A's to Donna Miller.
Donna Mae Lab, will and bequeath my eyelashes to Vernon Deal.
Melva Mae Hindley, will and bequeath my shortness to Alice Hay.
Gayle Herrick, will and bequeath my blushing to Tom Gier.
Virginia Heater, will and bequeath my way with men to Marjorie Ruff.
Norma Hattery, will and bequeath my fingernails to Alice Wagner.
Carl Whitmer, will and bequeath my car to Donald Shetler.
Marion, Shetler, will and bequeath my loudness to Wayne Shetler.
Jeanne Riordan, will and bequeath my ability to make low grades to Carrie Mauch
Catherine Haager, will and bequeath my ability to argue in class to Ruth Gooding
Norma Jean Foster, will and bequeath my pint size to Jacquelyn Adams
Paul Noftsinger, will and bequeath my love for the Navy to Donald Airhart
Ruth Gerber, will and bequeath my ability to gad around school to Howard Dunn
S E N I O R S
The time has come to hid farewell
To ha p py school days, class and hell.
Here is the place we all must part,
To enter the world and make a new start.
Some of ns to serve the flag
In distant places, sea and crag,
H ave long heen called to do their share-
N 0 finer hoys in hea1fen,s care.
The time is fleeting all the while.
Until we say good-bye with a smile,
May teachers ana' friends remember us a'ear
This '44 class through many a year.
CLASS COLORS: Navy blue and white.
CLASS FLOWER: Red rose.
CLASS MOTTO: Today we follow, tomorrow we lead.
Ierry wilh his curls so
Can lznorlz any girl of
Wbimpy, the president of our class,
Slole lbe heart of many a lass.
Buleh has charm, we all know,
It's easy for her to Caleb a beau.
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Gerald is a fall, lanky lad,
You very seldom find him mad.
Wzfh lbose brown eyes ana' sjmrklmg leefla,
Lois is a girl who c'an't be bmi.
Elinorlv called a jilterlaug
She can really rut a rug.
Doyle is bamlsnmv, we arlmif,
And wilb ilu, girls be makes a fail.
MARY JANE DEBOCK
Marv really bas a flair for rlolbes,
She's dainty and lovely from bead to toes
Ne1lie's kind in every feature,
You'll always ffml har a iallzaliw' z'n'aturr'.
DONNA MAE DEFINE
A flashy smile has Donna Mac,
She is always cheerful aml gay.
Bonnie is a sure! lllllr' girl,
Who really puls ilu' boys in a whirl.
Lee's a fall, fair, Country boy,
He makes the girls' bearls jump wilb joy
MAR JORIL DAY
Marjorie ran lype wills spied,
She is always in lhe learl.
N07mB,S as sweet as she can be
To us she is known as Peewee.
Willa liwse c'yc's of blur and lips of Wd,
Calberine really gels abmd.
MELVA MAE HINDLEY
Small and compafl, futv and sweet,
Mrlva Mar' is always nfaf.
Norma is a friend' indeed
SlJ1"x a girl ibut will s1in'f'L'erl.
In har brown eyrx than' is a gleam,
Youfll always find ber rm Ibe beam.
With her blafk hair and sparkling eyrs
Ginny grlx atlvniion from all the guys.
To be a slvnograjllncr is Sbifleyk ambition,
Sha' is a fine girl for Ibis position.
Gaylrfs a girl who has pirlzrd bn fJYOfl'XSi0P1,
Her nursing carvvr is quite a possession.
MARY FLLIZN LINTNILR
Mary Ellvn looks quill' grand,
Wfhrn aku lrmlx our High S1-lmol Baml.
Rxba rs fully aml full of fun,
Sln- is zu-ll liked by f'z'r'ryone.
Pal is our rlass browmftte
Sbf bas personalily you can bet.
Tommy is a wry brigbl lad,
Wfbm be stuklivs, bis grades aren'l bad.
A clark eyecl beauty wifb dancing feel,
Ifanne is a girl all lbs' boys want fo mee!
Slot is an athlete you will agree
He is tall and handsome wilb personality.
To get bzgb grades rs Russells jen,
Hf"s also a slar on our Varsity "N,"
Robert is a handsome' guy,
With his rharming manner, be'lI get by.
A blue eyed blond with plenty of class
Irer1e's really a beautiful lass.
Red whose hazr is always combed,
Can really play fhe slide irombone.
Billy's as shy as he can be
When making his acquaintance that you will
Shvflefs a guy thai knows how lo dress
He'd help any lady in dislress.
Carl is a lady's man
He can wow ,em if anyone can.
Slurlcfs hear! belongs to a junior lass,
But he slill ratcshigh in the Senior class.
Her brown eyes are always bright,
To jiilerbug is Iune's delighl.
George works hard in the N. H. S.
Aml he is rated as fhe best. HONOR
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Dear Mr. Wisard:
Six years have gone by since your class of '44 has departed from Navarre High School, and we thought
you might be interested in knowing what each member of this class is now doing.
Merle Shanklin is now well established on his 150 acre dairy farm. Merle spent four years in the Service,
receiving his share of combat duty.
Marjorie Day and Shirley Lash have completed their college courses and are now teaching in Pittsburgh
where they are residing with relatives.
George Varnes has decided on putting all his efforts into raising steers and has abandoned the idea of
a singing career.
Norma I-Iattery and Donna Lab are both happily married and are settled down and raising families.
Catherine Haager and Virginia Heater have been working for the F. B. I. for the past five years. They
are both planning to be married in the near future.
Lois Baltzer and Mary Ellen Lintner are in England. They joined up with the Red Cross soon after gradu-
ation, and are helping to rebuild the spirit of the European people. Mary Ellen was married to a boy from
home soon after their arrival. Lois is now engaged to a British boy.
Gerald Adams and Bill Walker after having spent two years overseas serving with our Armed Forces
decided to remain in India serving as Missionaries. A
June Wilson and Gayle Herrick are now in South America where they are instructing a group of students
in the practice of nursing.
Donna Mae Define is married to her one time sailor sweetheart. They are living in Navarre and are
proprietors of a grocery store.
Tommy McCartney and Carl Whitmer are both master mechanics working in a large garage in Detroit,
Michigan. Tommy is married to the former Ruth Gerber, also of our class, who has retired from her nursing
career. Carl's heart is way back in Navarre, Ohio.
Melva Mae Hindley has decided that she didn't want to be a career woman after all. She has turned into
a very domestic housewife and is settled down in Brewster with her high-school sweetheart.
Mary Jane Debock is living way out west on a large ranch, she met her husband on a trip she made to
the coast a year ago. She is now devoting all her time to becoming a good ranchwoman.
Reba Marchand and Nellie Chetelat are still working at Nickles Bakery, both now have greatly advanced
their positions. Reba is expecting to be married shortly and become a farmerette. Nellie is still foot-loose
Doyle Bentzel is holding an executive position in Akron at one of the rubber plants, where he started
five years ago as a riveter.
Russell Salberg is head coach of Miami Universityg he received his college education there and started in
soon after graduation as coach. '
Jerry Hammel has remained in the Navy and is now a Chief Petty Officer. The old sayi-ng seems to hold
true with Jerry, "A girl in every port."
Elinor Bowers and Bonnie Craver are in Palm Beach, Florida, where they are planning to open a "Jive
Dive" in the near future, featuring the best orchestras in the countrv. . -
Robert Putt owns a large Motion Picture Theater in Cleveland, Ohio. Lee Foster is with him helping to
manage the large concern. -
Patsy Ray inherited a large estate in Wisconsin three years ago and is out there now remodeling it into
a Children's Home.
Walter Studer is in Cincinnati where he is becoming a successful Radio Commentator. In the past he
has acted in several radio daytime serials.
Marion Shetler is a successful insurance salesman in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He started this work soon
after his release from the Service and as a side-line he sings with a well known orchestra.
Norma Foster is in California where she is swiftly making a name for herself by designing clothes for
society Women and actresses. She is expecting to be promoted to design clothes for pictures very soon. When
she last corresponded with us she informed us that Paul Noftsinger is soon going to produce a picture. He
has played quite a few bit parts but decided he could do more as a producer. We are wishing him luck.
Last but not least James Loudiana who was president of our class in our Senior year is doing just as
well now. He is president of a well known recording company and makes records of all the well known singing
stars of stage and screen.
Well, that includes everyone, hope you are pleased to know that our education has helped us all in life.
. JR : IS
P. S.-We almost forgot ourselves fJeanne and Irenej. In case you are interested we are where we always
said we would be in, Massillon. We both have good office positions and are still great Sinatra fans. We are
planning to take a trip to California soon.
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In the year A. D. 1761 Rev. Christian Frederick Post, a Moravian missionary, came from Bethlehem, Penn-
sylvania, and located on the banks of the Tuscarawas river five miles east of Navarre.
Although this settlement was not a permanent one, it was the start for the coming new state of Ohio.
Originally Navarre was divided into three parts: Bethlehem, Navarre, and Rochester. Since the three rival
towns were so close the rivalry was great, intense, and even bitter.
James Duncan founded Navarre in 1806 and named it to please his wife, a native of Navarre, France.
He was also the founder of Massillon. His foresight in starting his town between the other two proved to
be correct, for it began to gain prestige and take the le1d in dominating the business and affairs of the com-
munity. The wise business men of the three towns saw this rivalry between them was an injury to the
community as a whole, so it was decided to incorporate the towns and call it Navarre.
Because of the canal, Navarre grew and prosperei, eventually becoming one of the most thriving cities
in Stark County. Navarre got its first railroad in 1882, but by that time Canton and Massillon, with a railroad
since 1850, took the lead in Stark County and continued a steady growth while Navarre remained behind.
The population of Navarre today is approximately 1650.
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We also wish to show our
appreciation to our coach, Fred
Bridweser, who bas been with
us for 15 years. He has led our
team to many a victory. His
most successful year was 1943.
May he continue on the road
We the Senior Class of ,44
Wish to dedicate this section of
our ENTRE NoUs to Paul Noft-
singer, who left for the Navy
He was among the best of
our athletes and well liked by
Navarre -- --- 32 - Canal Fulton ----
Navarre--- - - - 26 - East Canton ----
Navarre,- -, 14 - Jackson Township
Navarre,-- - - 15 - Brewster -------
Navarre -- 25 - Greentown --
Navarrew- - - 47 - Millerfsburg ---
Navarre - - 7 - Middlebranch ---
Navarre- -- --- 34 - Dennison St. Mary
Navarre- - , 32 - Waynfzsburg ----
Navarre--- -- 7 - Brewster --
Navarre--- ----239 - Opponents ---
Navarre-, - ,, 37 - Longfellow ---
Navarre , , 34 - Middlebranch --
Navarre. ,- 25 - Jackson ----
Navarre---- - 34 - Canal Fulton --
Navarre--, - -- 32 - Brewster ---
Navarre ---, , 38 - Bolivar
Navarre . 56 - Jackson ,--
Navarre - ,, 29 - Greentown --
Navarre 31 - Canal Fulton
Navarre .- ,- - 30 - Greentown ---
Navarre, 31 - Canton St. John-----
Navarre -- - - 35 - Longfellow ---
Navarre , 24 - Beach City -. .-
Navarre - 34 - Middlebranch --
Navarreq - , ---- 30 - Brewster , - -
, , 35 - Beach City ,,
- 32 - Brewster
-- 32 - Marlboro --
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Snapshots, Advertising, and Autographs
RUSSELL SALBERG ROBERT MADAFFER
Citizenship Award Boy's State
D A V I S
Compliments of the following Massillon Business Firms
and Congratulations to the Class of '44
A. 61 P. Super Market The First National Bank in
Becker Hardware Co. Massillon
Blaumeiser Hardware Co. The First Savings G Loan Co.
Blatz Shoe Store Glenn P. Heckert
Brighten-Up Store, Inc. Hering's Grocery
C. O. Finefrock Co. The Ideal Company
C. I. Duncan lean Frocks, Inc.
I. L. Fromholtz, Inc.
Long 6 Pietzcker Co.
McLain Grocery Co.
Massillon Hardware Co.
Massillon Retail Grocers G
Massillon Savings 6 Loan Co. Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Miller Furniture Co. D. M. Siff Shoe Co.
Ohio-Merchants Trust Co. Spuhler's, Inc.
I. C. Penney Co. State Bank Company
Reliable Office Supply Co. Workingman's Store
On the Squa re
COMMERCIAL PHQTOLITH COMPANY
OFFSET DPINTING OUR METHOD REQUIRES NO CUTS OR ENGRAVINGS.
' MIMEOGRAPHING X
1 u cs MASSILLONM- OHIO
TELEPHONE N - - ' 3431
Our First Line of Defense
' OUR SCHOOLS
. . . Support Them
THE EVENING INDEPENDENT
We, the Senior Class of 1944,
Wish to thank all
those who have helped
to make this
From Your Local Dealer
of Pasteurized Dairy Products
F. E. DAGES
Sanitary Ice Cream
LARRY ECCLESON, Prop.
M eats. Groceries.
sodas 1 and Produce
Cigarettes -if if -pf
On The Square
NAVARRE OHIO NAVARBE OHIO
Blxler Whitmore Shoe
Grain, Feed and Flour Store
Superior Egg Mash Shoes for the
Superior Growing Mash E . F
Superior Pig Meal nt-We amz y
WAYNE DAIRY FEEDS -
Navarre, Ohio Phone 5212
Men's Work Clothing
The Farmer's Supply Co.
See us for a full line of
SERVICE ON All. MAKES OF
Phone 5612 FARM TRACTORS
Navarre Ohio NAVARRE OHIO
J. L. Fromholtz E
Home Dressed Meats and and
Poultry . .
Groceries. Fruits. Q
Phone 5231 Phone 5915
154 Lincoln Way West
NAVABRE OHIO MASSILLQN, 01-110
Koons Wallpaper Co.
Wall paper. Linoleum
Dial 4434 55 W. Erie St.
F o r F i n e r Better Light
Q u a I i t y tor
R. K. Sutter, Jeweler OF
Massillon's Quality Uhio
Public Service Co.
of s 4 if so
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Florist Telegraph Delivery Assn.
crews MM., a
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"Where Eating is CI Pleasure"
Plate Lunches ' Sandwiches
Tray Service ' Soft Drinks
24 Hour Service
On Route 21
af Canton Hardware
Massillon Where quality
335 East Tuscarawas
215 South Market
Beautiful jewelry Store
ESTABLISHED I9l0 y IOSTUSC 'I'
'llilill 81 lllllllll
Stone Bros. Clothing
TWOSOME - SPORT COATS
SLACKS AND SUITS
For Coming Graduates
Shoes - Hats - Furnishings
l04 Lincoln Way W.
When You Buy A
K E E P S A K E
D I A M O N D
YCU GET A TRIPLE ASSURANCE
1-The Official Guaranty and Certificate
of Registration from The Keepsake
2--The Guaranty of Good Housekeeping
3-The Money Back Guarantee of The
Little Store of Big Values.
SHULAN - Jeweler
212 Market Ave. N. Canton, O.
il-51 ' 'lf .2.' V
Zinsmaster - Fisher uvn
Reasonable - Reliable
Our Advisor's name is Earl,
Red-heads put him in a whirl.
At Massillon Jewelry Gifts
A Dependable Office . That Last
Su lies and Slalioner Slore " 'I '
Fourgagi Pens and Mechanical Pencl 0 Also E Ca.
Golf, Tennis. Badminton and Archery in Season
QQ! on l35 Tuscarawas E. Canton, Ohio
Massiuml Quality Shoes
Paint and Glass Co.
Quality Paint Products
Wall Paper Shoe Store
64 S. Erie St. Massillon, Ohio MASSILLON, OHIO
Complete Home Outfitters
TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU
401-5 Market Ave., S.
229 Market Ave., S., at 3rd
Out of the Wag' - Less to Pay
A store every woman
Phone 4829 No. 28 Lincoln Way E.
DR. G. D. UNDERWOOD
BEAUTY SHOPPE Compliments
WANDA BRECHBUHLER, Of
Manager I .
Canal St. Dial 5571 S
Phone 5433 Invalid Service
HARRY E. MYERS Department Store
On the Square Navarre, Ohio
Wooster Street Navarre, Ohio Dial 5252
C. S. Keller
JERRY L. AMAN, Phone 5616
Phone 5242 The Best of Everything
NAVARRE OHIO for the Table
Beer ' Sott Drinks
Cigarettes and Tobacco
Mgr., JESSE WAGNER
Market 6: Canal St. Navarre, Ohio
Rice Ullice Supply Company
Gifts tor the Graduate
204 Third St. N.W. Next to Western Union
H e r W i c k ' s
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Morriscn's Music Service
Pianos, Stringed Instruments,
30 Faciory Si. S. E. Massillon, Ohio
Phone 5347 NAVARRE, OHIO Phone 7560
Betty -Adelman Dance Studio
LESSONS IN TAP, TOE, ACROBATIC
AND BALLROOM DANCING
Dial 8343 or 8455
FURNITURE ' BUGS ' STOVES
Bloomfield Furniture Cc.
Out of the Way, Less to Pay
217 Lincoln Way W.
Ash Hat Company
Linlner Ice and Coal
STORES EVERYWHERF QIICIIHY
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Price S1 00 S4 95
112 Lncol Way W Massllon Ohio Phone 5625 Navarre, Ohio
S H U S T E R
Fire, Automobile, Personal, Accident
Paul Z. Muskoff
Phone 5333 Navarre, Ohio
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Dial 5516 Navarre, Q1-,io Phone 5387 Navarre, Ohio
Alrhart s Market
of Home Dressed Meats
D. A. Musxorr and,
Phone 5581 Navarre, Ohio
Compliments of compliments
Navarre Deposit Bank Navarre
GILBERT SWAFFORD, JR.
ornpany Phone 5603 Navarre, Ohio
Ice Cream and Candy
Phone 5363 Navarre, Ohio
S. E. CREASY ARMS C0.
Firearms ' Ammunition
Massillon - Navarre Road
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