Navarre High School - Entre Nous Yearbook (Navarre, OH)
- Class of 1947
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Navarre High School
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EDITOR-INCI-IIEF: Roslyn Gretzinqer
ASS'T EDITOR: Archie Shonk
BUSINESS MANAGERS: Dorrelyn Lewis, Bolo Boker
ADVERTISING: Morilyn McDowell, Duron Bolyeat
IOKES: Betty Ncrlbcrch, Tony Gooding
SPORTS: lock Riordom, Ierry Girt
ART: Dead-eye Foster, Mabel Keith
PROPHECY: Motry Ieonne Swoller
HISTORY: Bunchie Nofsinger, Leono Nofsinqer
CLASS WILL: Mortlrio Ernerick, Harold Wendlinq
LITERARY: Rusty Bectzel
MUSIC: Arlene Keller, Chipmunk Boolls
ALUMNI: Hunk Huttrnon
PICTURES: Olo leon I-Ioclqson, Norrn Neol, Iunior Cctron
Proxy Seese, T-Bone Lintner
Gerald Adams, lr.
Byron Brown, Ir.
Ray Dailey ,
Lloyd L. Dowell
Nada lean Hay
Walter Iones, Ir.
Philip Keller, Ir.
Harry Meyers, Ir.
Iohn D. Miller
D. H. Muskoff, Ir.
Mel vin Owens
Russell Salberg, Ir.
Glenn Shipbaugh, Ir
R. G. Weisgarber
Elda Zurcher y
SCHGOL BOARD . . .
Mr. Malcolm MacNab
Mr. Clifford Bixler Mr. Atlee Frederick
Mr. Garnet Patterson
Mr. R. H. Hall, Superintendent
Ohio State: B. S.
Columbia: M. A.
Dorothy Lash, Secretary
Earl D. Wisard Elizabeth Nydegger Helen Bremer Newman Powell
Kent State University, B.S, Wooster College, A.B. Wooster College Ohio State, AB., M,A.
History, Democracy University of Michigan, M.A. Kent University Ganett Biblical lnstitute,B.D
Economics English, Latin Akron University, B.S. Louisiana State University
Senior Class Advisor lunior Class Advisor Columbia University, M.A. Public Speaking
Home Economics, Biology
Sophomore Class Advisor
Forrest R. Etling Margaret lones Nora Drawe
Heidelberg College, B.Mus. Oberlin College Gregg College, B.S.
University of Michigan Western Reserve University Kirksville College, B.S.
Baldwin Vifallace College
Freshman Class Advisor
Capital University, A.B.
Ohio State University
Kent State University Commercial Subjects
Vocal Music, English
Kent State University, B.C.
. . . GRADE TEACHERS
Donald W. Haley Clyde Van Dyne
Ohio State University Kent State University
Grade 7 and 8 Arithmetic Grades 7 and 8
General Mathematics Enolish, History
Mrs. Mary McNally
Ohio University, A.B.
Grades 7 and 3
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Motz, Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Ziegler, Mrs. Gepfert.
SECOND ROW: Miss Muskoff, Mrs. Trubey, Miss Kaylor, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. Rogers.
STUDENT COUNCIL . . .
FIRST ROW: Boln Baker, Glenn Godciinq, Dick Colanvr, Paul Miller, Boln Hollinger, Don Colasurd, Myron
Netzly, Bob Wohlert, SECOND ROW: Dirk Talorivo, Dale Feucht, Ellouise Pete-rman, Blanche Nofsinqer, Ar-
lene Keller, Roslyn Gretzinqer, lack Bartholomew, Toni Ellis, Hal Lonas. THIRD ROW: Dorothy Dzeiqeleski,
Ioanne Frank, Margaret McCool, Mary lane Swaller, Rose Marie Glenn, Darrelyn Lewis, Evelyn Shonk, Mar-
garet Tabollion, Ruth Schoeni, Mabel Keith. ADVISOR: Mr. Wisard.
FIRST ROW: Tommy Winkhart, Dale Shetler, Dick Colmer, Donnie Colasurd, Myron Netzly, Gerould Maurer.
SECOND ROW: Ioanne Frank, Evelyn Shonk, Mary Ieanne Swaller, Dorothy Schoeni, Marilyn Wagner, Ruth
Schoeni. ADVISOR: Mr. VVisard.
MONITORS . . .
May our echoes linger on and on
As we give ourselves to life:
May our hearts sing loud, to each a song,
As we pass a knowing strife.
May We all remember now with joy,
As we Walk life's corridor,
The things we did as girl and boy-
Our worthy plans in store.
May now we step most proudly forth,
To take our place in life's great plan,
For which our life at Navarre Hi
Has been a helping hand.
May now the wrong be righted
By a strong and helping hand,
As now prepared, We venture forth,
Into G-od's most worthy land.
When cares are lost, and things go Wrong,
We will now no longer stop,
But strive with might to push ahead,
To gain our highest top.
From this year on, to years to come,
CWe say it not in jestl
May every graduating class to be,
Take its place among the best.
Be not merely goody be good for something.
Scarlet and gray
ROBERT BAKER, do hereby will and bequeath my farming ability to Iames Henderson.
DURAN BALYEAT, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to work in grocery stores to
STELLA BEAZEL, do hereby will and bequeath my battle of henna rinse to to Onolette Ruff
GENE BOALS, do hereby will and bequeath my shortness to Robert Hollinger.
IUNIOR CARON, do hereby will and bequeath my black wavy hair to Eugene Whitfield.
WILLIAM DIEHL, do hereby will and bequeath my model electric train to
TOM ELLIS, do hereby will and bequeath my farming ability to Richard Colaner.
MARTHA EMERICK, do hereby will and bequeath my bangs to Norma Sterner.
ROBERT FOSTER, do hereby will and bequeath my place as a senior to my sister,
EOSLCYN GRETZINGER, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be late to school to
ois o e.
GLENN GOODING, do hereby will and bequeath my good standing with teachers to
We, MAXINE HODGSON and OLA IEAN HODGSON, do hereby will and bequeath our
square dancing ability to Alice Haberli.
PAUL HUFEMAN, do hereby will and bequeath my grades to Robert Betteker.
EDITH IONES, do hereby will and bequeath my home on the hill to Clara Gibson.
MABEL KEITH, do hereby will and bequeath my black hair to Edith Stantz.
ARLENE KELLER, do hereby will and bequeath my good grades in Democracy to my
sister, Ieananne Keller.
OPAL LEGGETT, do hereby will and bequeath my love for boys to Irene Strubel.
DARRELYN LEWIS, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to flirt to Rose Marie Glenn.
TOMMY LINTNER, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get A's to Richard Mauch.
PETER MANN, do hereby will and bequeath my truck to Richard Talerico.
DOROTHY MCKITRICK, do hereby will and bequeath my love for taxicab drivers to
ELIZABETH NALBACH, do hereby will and bequeath my tap dancing ability to Paul Miller.
NORMA NEAL, do hereby will and bequeath my slenderness to Marion Day.
MYRON NETZLY, do hereby will and bequeath my driving ability to Iohn Bartholomew.
BLANCI-IE NOFSINGER, do hereby will and bequeath my love to Kenneth I-Iostetler.
EILEEN ROCKSTROH, do hereby will and bequeath my long engagement to Beverly Caron.
IOHN RIORDAN, do hereby will and bequeatl my ability to stay after school to
KATI-IRYN RUMBERGER, do hereby will and bequeath my singing ability to Twila Shetler.
DORIS SEESE, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be expelled from Mr. Powell's
class to Bonnie Herrick.
EVELYN SHONK, do hereby will and bequeath my love for tall boys to Bonnie Walker.
IOYCE STEELE, do hereby will and bequeath my love for teachers to Pauline Fair.
MARY IEANNE SWALLER, do hereby will and bequeath my straples bathing suit to
HAROLD WENDLING, do hereby will and bequeath my mustache to Raymond I-lammel.
ROBERT WOHLERT, do hereby will and bequeath my popularity with girls to Dale
LEONA NOFSINGER, do hereby will and bequeath my quietness to Margaret McCool.
BILL RIORDAN, do hereby will and bequeath my singing ability to Robert Smith.
MARILYN McDOWELL, do hereby will and bequeath my Irish name to Ruth Schoeni.
IERRY GIRT, do hereby will and bequeath my singing ability to I-loward Craver.
Bob's the boy with blonde wavy hair
'While singing away he has n'er a Care,
luniors the guy the girls all know
His hair lays back in waves just so.
You'll all agree that Duran's how ties are
quite briqhtg His speeches in class are
backed with might.
Bill Diehl has a quiet nature.
We Wonder what Contains his future.
A flirty, vivacious little lass,
Husty's the red head of our class.
You very seldom hear from him a peep,
Anyway we hope good fortune he'll reap.
Although Gene is far from being tall,
ln all his work we find no flaw.
Marthcs airlfitim is tc be a nurse,
l.'Vill the patients qrt better or Will they
Bob will argue any place, anytime,
Usually without reason or rhyme.
Maxine is the quiet type,
She says little 'till the time is ripe.
je-rry's the guy that can really sing,
Someday he'll be as ramous as Bing.
Ola lean Hodgson
Ola lean is a cute blonde girl,
She sets the boys in a Wliirl.
On the dance floor Tony's a Whiz,
But in Algebra class he sure is a fizz.
lt's hard to get this boy excited,
'When he can loaf he's just delighted.
We Wonder if F.oslyn's life will be revised
She always seems to be quite disorganized.
Here is a blonde, named lones,
About her lessons she makes no bones.
Here lvlczloel, so denture and sweet,
For rict'e-bcte she con? be beat.
Lirttner rtmly is 1llil'3 CI mzy,
Does he ie' crcnnfi, my th my.
She hopes to he ct nurse in white
Death, disease, and pain shell iight.
Pete's cute smile oiten unfurls,
Althotiqh hes quite shy Ground the girls.
You'll Cxqree Orctl is quite Coy,
She has 41 smziw for eoeh and every boy.
A serretory she wants to he,
A more etiifzent quit youll never see.
Heres the girl who leeds our yells,
When the srorebozzrd victory tells,
Here is ci friendly girl named Dot,
She laughs and tells Qood jokes Cx lot.
Betty's a airl whose short and sweet
For a G. l. boy her heart does beat.
Leona is a quiet lass,
But her smile will always pass,
Norma lives out Bend Inn Way.
'We can't understand why she bucks school
so many a day.
lacks the boy Who sure has steam,
He's the captain oi our teams.
Although 'l'urk's never seen around the bars.
He sure knows how to smash up the cars.
On the football field, Bill reigns supreme
Boy this kind is really on the beam.
Although Blanche is a country lass,
She sure has made a hit with a boy from
the lunio: Class.
Eileen has given her heart to Bay
Vlfe hope she'll be happy some future day
Kathryn spends her evenings with Sam,
They often go driving in his old can.
Mary leanne Swaller
Although leanne trys to lool: quite Wise,
You can see the devil in her eyes.
Carefree, aay and full of fun,
Seese is always on the run.
Harold fixes Cars up right,
His future really looks bright.
Archie cannot seem to get along
Without a escort, big and strong,
On the drums he's really hot,
A lot of charm he's also got.
loyve loves to warble on her vocal cords,
A lovely future shes heading towards.
SENIQROFFICERS . , .
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lrecrsurer: Mczry lermne Swcrller, President: Doris Seese, Vice-Presideni Myron Netzly, Secretary: Evelyn Shonk
FIRST ROW: Donald Colcsurd, Eileen Rockstroh, Myron Netzly. SECOND ROW: Roslyn Gretzinqer, Durrelyn Lewis,
Mabel Keith, Mary leclririe Swuller. THIRD ROW: Alice lluberli, Twilu Shetler, Alive Foster, Ruth Schoerii
Nayarre Cl1ap+c-er Na+ionaI Honor Sociefy
Roslyn Gretzinqer Myron N etzly
Congra+uIa+ions +0 Our Valc-adidorians
Mary Iecmne Swodler
SERVICEMEN WHO GRADUATED IN IANUARY. 1947
Wilbur Adams Donald Airhart
Howard Dunn Leonard Rumberqer
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JUNIGRS . . .
FIRST ROW: Bonnie Herrick, Pauline Fair, Marion Day, Alice Nicewander, Bonnie Walker, Eileen Greer, Twila
Shetler, Ruth Schoeni, Barbara Nickles, Alice Foster SECOND ROW: lack Bartolcrnew, lrene Strubel, Kenny
Hostetler, Paul Miller, Bob Hollinger, Bob Betteker, Howard Craver, Dick Cclanef, lim Henderson, Dick Talerico.
THIRD ROW: Margaret McCool, Norma Sterner, Onolette Ruii, Beverly Caron, Rose Glenn, Edith Stantz, Alice
Haberli, Lois Cole, Dorothy Witter, leananne Keller, C ora Gibson. FOURTH ROW: Terry Blackburn, Tim Thorley,
Eugene Whitfield, Richard Mauch, Dale Nofsrnqer, Bob Smith, Robert Palmer.
JUNIOR OFFICERS . . .
LEFT TO RlGHT: Twila Shetler, Pauline Fair, Donald Colasurd, Richard Talerico.
. . . SOPHOMCRE CLASS
FIRST ROW: Vtcint Winkhart, Mary Alice Schrock, Margaret Tabellion, Bonnie Berlyoung, lean Marsh, Ianet
Lind, Mary Adams, loanne Frank, Donna Noisinger, Betty Saba, Margaret Bikis. SECOND ROW: Robert Snyder,
Lee Cooks-, Iohn Murnmertz, Dwayne Winkhart, A1'thJr Drage, Iames Welch, Paul Hofstetter, Robert Granda,
Dale Shetelr, Leland Notsinger, Robert Smeyers. THIRD ROW: Gloria Leggett, Marilyn Wagner, Norma Hodg-
son, Ellouise Feterrnan, La Rue Eckroate, Onalee Stnih, Dorothy Dziegeleskiu Ierry Keller, Iune Ulbricht, Don'
ald Galle. FOURTH ROVV: Mol Polen, lim Riordan, Hal Lonas, Iames Glenn, Daniel Speicher, Iack Herrick,
Forest VVftter, Dale Feucht, Robert Tucker, Clarence Drage. ADVISOR: Mr. Powell.
. . . SOPHCJMORE OFFICERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mary Alice Schroclc, Iean Marsh, Daniel Speicher, Donald Gallo.
FRESHMAN . . .
FIRST RCW: Melvin lones, lim loqerst, Myron Owens, Herbert Neidiq, Ben Nofsinqer, Robert Varnes, lohn
Welch, Gerould Maurer, Glenn Lawrence, Nadine Gleilsman, Ella Baine, Ruth l-lensel, Betty Howinstein, Gloria
Colaner, Eunice Walker, Mabel Wadsworth, Bully Speicher, lean Royer, Marla Werstler. SECOND ROW: Bob
Emerick, Bob Heestand, Richard Adams, Dick Bouahmanl Robert Keefer' Lee DOH, Bob Luckrmql Richard Fon.
ner, Stanley Whitmer, Norma Werstler, Gaylia Agnes, Mary Easterday, Dorothy Ranqel, Margaret Rentsch,
Carol Eberly, Donna Luckrina, Connie Blass, Florence Beazel. Tl-HRD ROW: Chuck Underwood, Tommy
Winkhart, Rohert Ulrich, lohn Loudiana, Robert Octavio, Billy Define, Bill Loretto, Rita Colasurd, Beth Adams,
Norma Rowan, Beverly Kienzle, leanne Shuster, leanne Sttitz, Carolyn Soese, Patsy Lintner, Laura Hanna,
Gloria Salberq, Ruby Studer, Mary Cook, Dorothy Schoeni.
PRES:-IMEN oFFlcERs . . . A
LEFT TO RIGHT: Billy Detine, leanne Stutz, Tommy Winkhart,
. . . EIGHTH GRADE
FIRST ROW: Iulius Mann, Howard Keith, Donald Hollinger, Dean Goodman, Franklin Hofstetter, Ivan Steele,
Glen Rupert Richard Neal, Norman Pinhard, Sam Nofsinger, Milton Nofsinger, Eddy Sterner, Leo Mummertz,
SECOND ROIN: Betty Sanderson, Pauline Bixler, Alice Lint, Cleo Rupert, Ioanne Stutz, Shirley Underwood,
Vera Shanklin, Iane Gretzinger, lla Gaut, Wanda Orr, THIRD ROW: Patty Schaffer, Dorothy Drage, Florence
Garver, Dorothy Thompson, Betty Chenevey, Iulia Ann Patterson, Iudy Lonas, Betty Hall, Virginia Agnes,
Virginia Klaserner, Nellie Iean Greer. ADVISORS: Mrs. McNally, Mr. VanDyne, Mr. Haley.
FIRST ROIN: Robert Agnes, Ruth Nofsinaer, Ramona Hoffman, Delores Gibson, Mildred Hanna, Ruby Wink-
hart, Betty Rumherger, Francine Keller, Trevor Huth, Webster Lonas, Paul Shreffler. SECOND ROW: Marilyn
Caron, Ianff Eitcrly, Alta Sterner, Myron Schaller, Donna Rurnberger, Pat Cook, Charles Zinsser, Raul Muskoff,
Tommy Baia, Ronald Colucy, Tommy Airharl. THIRD ROW: Ruth Braswell, Buryl Murphy, Roy Diekrnan, Nancy
Bentiveana Dcnria Brown, Billie Brideweser, Glen Billie, Billy Evans, Carl Rouse, Gilbert Iohnson, FOURTH
ROW: Ga n- Enzerifk, Glen Fortnc-r, Dale Fox, Leroy Stribel, Donald Snyder.
. . . SEVENTH GRADE
SIXTH GRADE . . .
EIRST ROW: Betty Ady, Billy Lind, Dorothy Kelly, Margaret Trigg, Barbara Girt, Baraba Fernandez, Luann
Gaul, Shirley Stanford, Nona Herrick, Wesley Anderson, Roger Haas. SECOND ROW: George Stutz, Gerald
Bittle Dick I-lay, lames Bartholomew, Billy Eerren, Larry Grunwald, Kenneth West, Ronald Engleman, lack
Stuclcy, lohn Miller, Roger Leighley, Duane lones. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Smeltzer, Carol Schultz, Shirley
Wymer, Margaret Hogue, Alma Fisher, Shirley Notsinger, Cleo Notsinger, Patty Neal, Twila Lint, loan Lathem,
Sally Rose. FOURTH ROW: Clyde Gray, Richard Pinhard Robert Bigler, Bobby Lind, Raymond Latham, Iohn
Legget, lohn Brideweser, Gene Eeucht, Leo Hoitman, Paul Widder. ADVISOR: Mrs. Rogers.
FIRST ROW: Iune Davis, Norma Agnes, Sue I-Iaas, Dixie Winkhart, Carol Linkfield, Billy Schrelcengost, Robert,
Braswell, Howard Sattorfield, Neal Eox, Marita Noisinger, Wesley Caron, Roberta Loretto, Carol Stanford.
SECOND ROW: Leroy Gardener, lanet Barr, Laura Lint Dale Amos, Betty lane Agnes, lohn Evans, Karl
Diehl, lanice Kinlchart, Germaine Trustdori, Cecila Strubel, Patricia Pettigraw, Ruth lones, Ruby lanes, THIRD
ROW1 Marjorie Murphy, Wanda Aman, Anita Beck, ludy Buck, Marilyn Scheuliler, Polly Ann Whyte, lac-
gueline Aegerter, Mariorie VanDyne, Barbara Baker, Delyte Dunn, Lis Sandy, Betty Braden. EOURTH ROW:
Russoll Shelt, Edwin Garver, Arden Loretto, lorry Berlyoung, Walter Haberli, Theodore Eeucht, Ronald Eccleston,
lack Gibson, Leonard Bleninger, lerry Eair, Philip Rangel, lames Zinssor. ADVISOR: Miss Kaylor.
FIFTH GRADE . . .
. . . FOURTH GRADE
FIRST ROW: Rose Noisinger, Ronnie Ulrich, Maynard Rupert, Tommy Colo, Francis Stevens, Dean Young,
Paul Mahaitey, Gary Blass, Mary Fisher, Deanna Winkhart, Beverly Nelson. SECOND ROW: Rosemary Moore,
Beth Howard, Kathryn Baker, Betty, Ann Luckering, Tornrriy Miles, Iacob Geopiert, Charles Gardner, Eddie
Speicher, Roger Nohl, Leonard Bair, Ray Rankin. THIRD ROW: Patsy Swaiiord, Wanda Eckelberry, Wanda
Whitmore, Nancy Stivaktas, Ianice Stutz, Ioan Selway, Ruth Morgan, Sandra Zinsmaster, Alice Schaller, Nancy
Gruse, Garnett-e Craig, Donna Whitmore. FOURTH ROW: Ray Whitmer, Iirnmy Agnes, Ray Rupert, Bobby
Gates, Lloyd Eckroate, Tom Lathem, Nelson Satterfield, Lowell Speicher. ADVISOR: Mrs. Motz.
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FOURTH ROW: Iimmy Hague, Iunior Nofsinger, lack Winkhart, Donald Scheufler, Roland Halrnan, Ray Dunn,
Tommy Gout, Ralph Gaut, Billy Mosser, Lester Ady, Bobby Kelly, Bobby Alexander. THIRD ROW: Ann Sar-
chet, Margaret Nofsinger, Nancy Thompson, Dorothy Miller, Sally Winkhart, Eleanor Bair, Virginia Kelly,
Matilda Young, Shirley Pittson, Margaret Leighley, Patricia Lanirn, Norma lean May, Norma Murphy, Ruth
Rupert. SECOND ROW: Clarence Hollis, Carl Nofsinaer, Paul Gretzinger, Richard Maston, Ronald Crecco, David
Eberly, Ge-rald Taylor, Donald Rangel, Ray Fortner, Gerald Brinker, lay Werstler, Walter Mauch, Harold Diehl,
Garnet Patterson. FIRST ROW: Iunior Winkhart, Faye Starks, Louise Zinsser, Nancy Barton, Coragene Weber,
,Ianet Jacobs, Marion Elliott, Sheila Airhart, Donna Gruse, Beverly Easterday, Charlene Goepfert, Darlene
Lantrer Nancy Roth. ADVISORS: Mrs. Trubey, Mrs. Ziegler.
. . . THIRD eizgiizg
FIRST ROW: Larry Dunn, Walter Agnes,
ter, lulia Ann Eckeltzerry, loyce lacobs,
Roger Yluth, Neil Gates. SECOND ROW
Bobby Winkler, Gary Appleby, Ronnie
2 lohn Norris,
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loan McDouaal, Melvcina Vtfinkhart, Barbara Wal-
Charlotte Vlfeidinaii, Donald Gantz lane Sarchet, Stanley Stanford,
Anqerer, Dwiqht Notsinoer, lerry Buck, Richard Baker, loan Colucy,
Sandra Duncan, Carol Heater, lady Kenny, Patty Starks, THIRD ROW: Beverly lones, Nancy Nicewander,
Cecile Lint, Mabel Leiqhley, Carol Cunningham, Kay Ann Miles, Arleine Linerode, lulia Ann Stutz, Careen
Hildretli, Sally Whyte, Marilyn Klein, Carolyn Wollard, Icidiih Gossett, Suzanne Feucht. ADVISORS: Mrs. Cole,
Mis. Lawrence. FOURTH ROW: Gary Gardner, Bradley Trigg, Hartford l-lardinq,
Nab, Darcy Ave, Kenneth Bair, lorry Gibson, Ronald Rankin, Paul Shelt, David
Lowell Bixler, Malcolm Mac-
Baker, Dean Amos,
FOURTH ROW: Kenneth Mahatiey, Dennis Speicher, Edward Hanna, Roaer Gae,
lames Evans. Tl-HRD ROW: Roaer Sandy, Richard Gaiver,
Bauqhman, Donna Lamin, Roberta Noland, Martha Zauqq,
Ecclestcn, Billy Gaut. SECOND ROW: layne Eredericli, Don
herd, lerry Frease, Shirley Whitrnire, loseph Moore, luaith
FlRST ROW: Phyllis Ellen Eclcelberry, Myron Piper, Myra
veqna, Georac lucid, Dale Davis, Teddy Morgan, Ronald
Miss Miiskofi, Mrs, Goopiert.
ElRST GRADE . . .
Donald Ady, lerry Nofsinqer,
Rose, Kay Gossett, Lavonne
Define, Patty Mossor, Ernie
Cooke, Frank Gardner, Robert Fisher, Gary Shep
Haas, Allan Butt, Bobby Thomas, Sonny Landis.
Piper, loann Barton, Gary Whitmer, Marlene Benti-
Hensel, David Marqan, Daniel Poth. ADVISORS:
Mary Gibson, Carol
Carcl Mains, Diane
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. . . YOUDON'T SAY!
Tom: "Men of few words are the best of men."
Stella: "Hope is brightest when it dawns from fears, cmd love is loveliest when
enbalmed in tears."
Duran: "What is life without an argument?"
Dorothy McKitrick: "Let us laugh eathand be merry for tomorrow we diet."
Mabel: "True beauty ends where an intellectual expression begins."
Gene: "If you are not curious it is a sign that you are stupid."
Glenn: "The greatest pleasure of life is love."
Foster: "Not dead but sleeping."
Maxine Hodgson: "One should live to eat, not eat to live."
Iunior Caron: "A German looks down at a woman, and American looks up to
a woman, and a Frenchman looks at a woman."
Roslyn: "Better to get up late and be wide awake then, than to get up early
and be asleep all day."
Arlene: "The sad thing about diets is that they do so much for the will power
and so little for the waste line."
Tommy Lintner: "Champagne makes one see double and think single."
Bill Diehl: "Opinions are stronger than armies."
Myron: "The more we study the more we see our ignorance: then why study?"
Marilyn: "Silence is sweeter than speech."
Bill Riordan: "Stolen kisses are always sweeter."
Betty: "The chief benefit of dancing is to teach one how to sit still."
Ierry Girt: "Oh, it is excellent to have the strength of a giant."
Martha: "A laugh is worth a thousand groans in any market."
YOU DON'T SAY! . . .
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Harold: "Never question your wife's judgment-look whom she married."
Edith: "Whoever called it the 'easy' payment plan was mighty careless with
W'ohlert: "He attends to his own business. Nobody has been able to find out
what it is yet."
Pete: "Opportunity knocks only once, but temptation bangs on the door for
Paul: "Sometimes I sit and think, and sometimes I just sit."
Norma: "The difference between the country and the city is. that in the
country you go to bed feeling all in and wake up feeling wonderful, and in
the city you go to bed feeling wonderful and wake up feeling all in."
Ola lean: "A wornan's heart is a bureau drawer filled with perfumed sachets
of sentimental memories."
lack: "One looks intelligent when one wears glasses, but it's only an optical
Opal: "She's small, but so is a stick of dynamite.
Eileen: "Absence kills a little love, and fans a great one."
Katie: "Ioy ruled the day, and love the night."
Baker: "A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men."
Ioyce: "Music is well said to be the speech of angels."
Evelyn: One of the world's hard workers and she gets there too.
Doris: "Looking for trouble, here I am."
Darrelyn: "You can never tell about a woman, and if you can, you shouldn't."
Blanche: "When I'm good, I'm very, very good, but when I'm bad, I'm better."
Leona: "Discretion in speech is more than eloquence."
Mary Ieanne: "Woman-torment, happiness, hope of lite and of souls, to be
worshipped, to be feared."
CONCERT BAND . . .
FIRST ROW: Darrelyn Lewis, Ruby Studer, Dorothy Schoeni, Gloria Salberq, Donna Luckring. SECOND ROW:
Robert Octavio, Germaine Nickles, lean Greer, Mel Polen, Robert Wohlert, lean Shuster, Marilyn Waqner,
Virqinia Agnes, Daniel Speicher, Gerould Maurer, Robert Foster, Arlene Keller, Alice Nicewander, Beverly
Caron, Eileen Greer, Billy Loretto, Robert Luckrinq, Robert Baker. THIRD ROW: Rose Marie Glenn, Norma
Werstler, Virginia Klaserner, Gene Royer, Carolyn Seese, Martha Werstler, Webster Lonas, Ianet Lind, Richard
Talerico, Roslyn Gretzinqer, Billy Bricleweser, Bonnie, Berlyounq, Beverly Kienzle, Pauline Fair. FOURTH
ROW: Gene Boals, Forest Wetter, Rita Colasurd, Ruth Schoeni, Glenn Lawrence, Gaylia Agnes, Twila Shet-
ler, Barbara Nickles. DIRECTOR: Mr, Forest R. Etlinq.
T till 1,
. . . JUNIGR BAND
FIRST ROW: lean Greer, Florence Garver, ludy Lonas, Roger Leiqhley. SECOND ROW: lane Gretzinqer, Doro-
thy Thomnson, Germaine Trusfdorf, Billy Brideweser, Shirley Stanford, Carol Schultz, Martha Warstler, John
Miller, Arden Loretto, Ivan Steele, Raymond Lathem, Leroy Strubel, Billy Lind, Bobby Lind. THIRD ROW: Gene
Royer, Alma Fisher, Marilyn Caron, Virqinia Klaserner, Webster Lonas, Glenn Lawrence, Anita Beok, Betty
Chenevy, Fatfy Schaffer. DIRECTOR: Mr. Forest R. Etlinq.
LEFT TC RIGHT: Dcxrre-Iyn Lewis, C-fIoricl Solberg, Dorothy Schoeni, Ruby Studer, Donna Luckrinq
FIRST ROWY Ie-on Shuster, Beverly Kienzle. SECOND ROXIV: Germaine Nickles, Iulicx Arm Patterson, Dorothy
Schoeni, Vlrqinio Aoness, Potty Schaffer, Betty I-ICIII. DIRECTOR: Mr. Forest R. Etlinq.
. . . SENIOR BAND MEMBERS
Bob Bcucer Gene Bocls
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ORCHESTRA . . .
FIRST ROW: Mary Ieanne Swaller, Iean Shuster, Beverly Kienzle. SECOND ROW: Robert Baker, Robert Luck-
ring, Daniel Speicher, Marta Werstler, Webster Lonas, Carolyn Seese, Ianet Lind, Glenn Lawrence, Roslyn
Gretzinger, Pauline Fair, Forest Wetter, Gene Boals, Barbara Nickles. THIRD ROW: Germaine Niclcles, Iulia
Ann Patterson, Dorothy Schoeni, Virginia Agnes, Patty Schaffer, Betty Hall. DIRECTOR: Mr. Forest R. Etling.
FIRST ROW: Gene Emerick, Billy Evans, Donald Snyder, Dean Goodman, Cleo Rubert, Iudy Lonas, Alice Lint,
Marilyn Caron, Pauline Bixler, Betty Hall, Myra Schaffer, Bettie Runberger, Iohn Muskoff, Roy Diekmann, Glenn
Fortner, Glenn Billie. SECOND ROW: Mildred Hanna, Beryl Murphy, Delores Gibson, Donna Runberger, Ianet
Eberly, Wanda Orr, Pat Cook, Vera Shanklin, Shirley Underwood, lane Gretzinger, Ioanne Stutz, lla Gaut,
Nancy Bentivegna, Ramona Hoffman. THIRD ROW: Ruth Nofsinger, Ruth Braswell, Francine Keller, Dorothy
Thompson, Virginia Agnes, Alta Sterner, Donna Brown, Germaine Nickles, Virginia Klaserner, Iulia Ann Pat-
terson, lean Greer, Florence Garver, Patty Schaffer, Betty Chenevy, Ruby Winkhart,
JUNIOR CHOIR . . .
. . . GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
FIRST ROW: lune Ulbricht, Gaylia Agnes, Connie Blass, Gloria Salberg, Mary leanne Swallet, Mary Cook,
LaRue Eckroafe, Rose Marie Glenn, Ellouise Peterman, Irene Strubel, Martha Emerick, Arlene Keller, Margaret
McCool, Carol Eberly, Margaret Tabellion, lean Marsh, Bonnie Berlyoung, Lois Cole, Patsy Lintner. SECOND
ROW: Mary Adams, Ruby Speicher, Betty I-lollenstein, Goria Colaner, Dorothy Rangal, lanet Lind, Mabel Keith,
Ruth Hensel, Florence Beazel, Dorothy Schoeni, Darrelyn Lewis, Ruby Studer, Margaret Rentsch, Mary Alice
Schrock Henna Luckring, Nadine Gleitsinan, Violet Winkhart, Mary Easterday, THIRD ROW: lean Shuster,
leanne Statz, Bonnie Vlfalker, Barbara Nickles, Pauline Fair, Alice Foster, Bonnie Herrick, Twila Shetler, Marilyn
'Wagner Rita Colasurd, Ruth Schoeni, Marion Day, Carolyn Seese, Eunice Walker, Beverly Kienzle, Beth
Adams, Norma Rowan. DIRECTOR: Miss Margaret lortes.
FIRST ROIN: lune Ulbricht, Gaylia Agnes, Connie Blass, Gloria Sclbetg, Mary leanne Swaller, Mary Cook,
LaRue Ezfkioafe, Rose Marie Glenn, Elloutse Peterman, Irene Strubel, Martha Emerick, Arlene Keller, Margaret
McCool, Carol Eberly, Margaret Tabellion, lean Marsh, Bonnie Berlyoung, Lois Cole, Patsy Lintner. SECOND
ROIN: Mary Adams, Ruby Speicher, Betty Hollonstein, Gloria Colaner, Dorothy Rangal, lanet Lind, Mabel Keith,
Ruth Hensel Florence Beazel, Dorothy Schoeni, Darrelyn Lewis, Ruby Studer, Margaret Rensch, Mary Alice
Schrock, Donna Lgifskring, Nadine Gloitsman, Violet Winkhart, Mary Easterday. THIRD ROW: lean Shuster,
leanne Starz Bonnze Walker, Barbara Nickles, Pauline Fair, Alice Foster, Bonnie I-Ierick, Twila Shetler Marilyn
Wagner, Rva Colasurd, Ruth Schceni, Marion Day, Carolyn Seese, Eunice Walker, Beverly Kienzle, Beth
Adams Ncrma Rowan. FOURTH ROW: Gene Boals, Charles Underwood, Tomniy Winlfhart, Daniel Speicher,
Robert Varns, Rozuert I-leestand, Glenn Gooding, Richard Adams, Duran Balyeat, Tommy Lintner, Robert Baker,
Robert Rower, Glenn Lawrence, Robert Luckring, Robert Keeler. DIRECTOR: Miss Margaret lones.
. . . MIXED CHOIR
GIRL. RESERVES . . .
FIRST ROW: Dorfs Seese, Ola lean Hodason, Rose Glenn, Roslyn Gm-tzinqer, Marqaret McCool, Norma Neal,
Martha Ernerick, Arlene Keller, Edith Stantz, Ieananne Koller, Mary leanno Swaller, Dorothy Witter, Alice
Haberli, Barbara Nickles. SECOND ROW: Marion Day, Bonnie Walker, Alice Nicewander, Darrelyn Lewis,
Eileen Green, Maxine Hodgson, Evelyn Shank, Fern Dinn, lean Sterner, Onolete Ruff, Ruth Schoeni, Clara
Gibson, Edith lanes, lrene Strubel. THIRD ROW: Lois Cvle, Leona Noisinqer, Mabel Keith, Stella Beazel, Kath-
erine Rurnberqer, Opal Leggett, Marilyn McDowell, Bety Nalbach, Bonnie Herrick, Twila Shetler. ADVISOR:
ElRST ROW: Alice Haberli, Dorothy Witter. SECOND ROW: Leona Nofsinqer, Barbara Nickles, Mabel Keith,
Mary Alice Schroclc. ADVISOR: Miss Nydeqaer.
LIBRARIANS . . .
l'lFS'l' :.uri't1fe Netsrnqer, Norma Neal, Ola leon Hodqson IOYKTQ? Steele, Eileen llockstroll. SECOND
ROYW: Tix: IAQ. lfofstnqnr, Leona Nclsmqer, Opal leeqqett, Stella EQCIZf?l, lrflurlyn M:DQWell, Betty Nillbcreh.
ADVHIQE: Lfxss Drcwe.
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Pete Mann, Gene Bocrls.
FIRST HOW: Rrchurd Mcuch, lim Henderson, Duran Bulyeat, Myron Netzly, Bob Bette-ker, George Witter.
SECOND ROVJ: Dale Shetler, Bob Foster, Eugene Whitfeld, Bill Diehl, Iunior Caron, lock Riordan, Tom Ellis,
SPANISH CLUB . . .
FIRST ROVV: luun I.uucl1z1r1r,1, Myxon Neflzly, Tclxlocllcn Lintnex. SECOND ROW: ROSHCI Glenn, Rosilino Gmi
sinqer, Mona Iuunc Swoller, Arlene Keller, Evehncx Shonk, Rum Schoeni, Alicia Foster.
FIRST ROVVI: Foxes! Vlleltfyl, lungs Glenn, lurk Barthclmew, lcmcs Weelcl1, Paul Hofste-Her, I-Iczl Loncxs, SECOND
ROVV: IOOHHQQ Flank, Lu Rue Ecikroul, Ellouisvf Pvterscn, Martha Ernmirk, Nlorqcrot Tulzellion. ADVISOR: Miss
LATIN CLUB . . .
. . . JUNIOR POLICE
FIRST ROW: Roger Lieighley, Thomas Bata, Ivan Steele, Norman Pinard, lack Stucky, Billy Ferren, SECOND
ROVV: Leroy Strubel, Paul Muskoti, Franklin Holstetter, Gilbert lohnson, Eddy Sterner, Howard Keith, Sam
Notsinger, lulius Mann, Leo Mummertz, Donald Hollinger. THIRD ROVV: Milton Notsinqer, Billy Evans, Donald
Snyder, Gene Emerick, Glen Billie, Trevor Huth, Ronald Berens, Iames Bartholomew, Billy Gantz, Roger Haas,
Webster Lonas, Robert Agnes.
FIRST ROW: lean Marsh, Bonnie Berlyoung, Betty I-laLenstein, Gloria Colaner, Barbara Nickles, Mabel Wads-
worth, Patsy Lrnmer, Laura Hanna, Eunice Walker, Beh Adams, Mary Adams. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Wag-
ner, Norma Hodgson, Mary Schrock, Beverly Caron, Dorothy Witter, Gaylia Agnes, Carol Eberly, Mary Eas-
terday, Ruby Spezrher, Dorothy Rangal, Peggy Rentsoh, Mary Cook. THIRD ROW: Margaret Bikis, Gloria
Leggett, V.olet Winkhart, Ruby Studer, Donna Luckering, lanot Lind, Ruth Hensel, Alice Haberli, Martha
Warstler Gene Royer, Florence Beazel. Fourth RO N: Onalee Smith, Betty Sabo, Donna Nolsinger, Darrelyn
Lewis, Evr,-fyn Shznk, Dorothy Dzieqeleski, lerry Keller, Norma Vfarstler,
. . . HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
DEBATE CLUB . . ,
FIRST ROW: Don Gallo, Danny Speicher, Duran Balyelt, lack Riordan, Richard Mauch, Bob Wohlert, Mel
Polen. SECOND ROW: Barbara Nickle-s, Margaret Tahellion, Ellouise Peterman, Mary leanne Swaller, Dorothy
Witter, Clara Gibson.
FIRST ROW: Darrelyn Lewis, Doris Seoso, Ola lean Hnclgson, loyce Steele, Arlene Keller, Norma Neal, Eileen
Rockstroh, Roslyn Gretzingor, Mary loanne Swallor. SECOND ROXN: Blanche Nofsinger, Elizabeth Nalhacvh,
Dorothy McK1triCk, Pauline Pair, Bonnie Berlyoung, Mirilyn McDowell, Opal Leggett, Leona Notsinger, Stella
Beazel. ADVISOR: Miss Drawe,
COMMERCIAL CLUB . . .
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FlRST ROW: Flculinfg- Fair, Marqcxrei MCCool, locmcmrie- Keller, Ruih Schoeni, Twilcr Sheile-r. SECOND ROW: lim
l'lCI1d'Q!S-l'I F--sw lvlgzria Glenn, Dick Colcmer, Donnie Colcxsurd, lrane Strulncl, Robert Smith, lim Thorley.
CLASS HISTCRY . . .
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In the beautiful month of September, 1943, our train with sixty-three
passengers began a four year journey with Mrs. Bates and Mr. Etling as
our conductors in the freshman class.
Business like, of course, we elected for the first time, our class officers:
President, Robert Bakery Vice-President, Mary Ieanne Swallery Treasurer,
Roslyn Gretzinger. A number of new students were added to our list. They
were: Ruth Bettylion, Doris Burke, Clyde Forgrave, Martha Emerick, Ola
Hodgson, Maxine Hodgson, Doris Seese, Eileen Rockstroh, Myron Netzly,
Robert McCool, and Dale Marchand. The following students dropped out of
our class this year: john Bartholomew, George Grillon, Bob Cook, Donald
Lint, Betty Agnes, and Virginia Hammel.
At the beginning of our sophomore year, we had an enrollment of fifty
students with Mrs. Moser as our conductor.
Our class officers this year were: President, Robert Bakery Treasurer,
Louis Miller: Secretary, Mary Ieanne Swaller. We had one new pupil, Alice
Malter. Several passengers left our train this year: Ierry Blackburn, Bill Kraus,
Carl jones, james Riordon, and lim Grillon.
We ordered our jackets and sweaters which we received in our junior
year. The jackets were red, white, and black. The sweaters were gray with
Our chapel program was in the form of a minstrel with all the pupils
taking part. It was a great success.
On board our train in the junior year, we had forty-eight passengers. Our
conductor was Mr. Wisard.
The newcomers were: Marilyn McDowell, Opal Leggett, Edward Howell,
and Stella Beazel. By the end of this year we had lost several members of
our crew: Wilbur Adams, Louis Miller, and Edward Howell. We had a new
president this year, Doris Seese.
We ordered our class rings and we were pleased when we received
them. We proudly showed them to everyone.
We made many nickles and dimes running the "junior lip joint." We
also presented a three act play, "A Little Honey." A magazine sale was also
one of our junior activities.
This year we honored the seniors with a banquet at the Shady Hollow
Country Club. The banquet was followed by dancing and the music was
furnished by Martha lean and her twelve piece all girl orchestra. This was
our first banquet and we all enjoyed it.
In our senior year Mr. Wisard was again our conductor. We had forty-five
passengers as our train moved forward. We lost several of our members:
George Witter, Fern Dunn, Thelma McClurg, Cora Lee Noftsinger, and
several ex-servicemen, who had been with us the first part of the year. They
were: Donald Airhart, Wilbur Adams, Howard Dunn, and Leonard Rum-
berger. Our class officers were: President, Doris Seesey Vice-President, Myron
Netzlyg Secretary, Evelyn Shonkp and Treasurer, Mary Ieanne Swaller.
On November 27, we had our pictures taken at the Weslin Studio at
Massillon. Within a few weeks we had our pictures and we were pleased
with the fine results. y
We were proud when we received the news that Evelyn Shonk had been
chosen Beauty Queen. Her picture appeared in local papers and she reigned
at one of the football games at our home field.
Now that our journey is at its end we wish to thank our Superintendent,
Mr. Hall, our class advisors, and the school board' who have assisted us
through these four short years of our high school.
Blanche and Leona Nofsinger
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SENIOR FOOTBALL MEMBERS
FTRST BOW: Bill Riordan, Myron Neizly, Bob Wohlert, Paul Huffman. SECOND ROW Tommy Lintner lerry
Girl, lack Riordan, lunior Caron.
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. . . BASKETBALL VARSITY
FTRST ROW: See Cooke, mar, lohn Mummertz, Dick Colaner, Don Colasurd, lim Henderson, Tim Betleker.
SECOND ROW: Raymond Harnmel, Iim Ioqerst, Paul Huffman, Iack Riordan, captg Tommy Lintner, Terry Girl.
FIRST ROVV: Lee Cooke, mqr.g Bill Loretto, Clarence Draqe, Richard Mauch, Hal Lonas, Lee Doll. SECOND ROW:
Robert Luckrmq, Robert Tucker, Dale Shetler, Paul Hofstetter, Tommy Winkhart.
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SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS
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lack Riorclan, Paul Huffman, Tommy Lintn
D Fffzrfqf PCILIIIHK: Ymr, Evrvlyn Shonk, Df1r11,1yr1 LEWIS, Bormrf- Herrick
ALL QUEEN: Evrwlyn Shonk. ATTENDANTS
Puulme Fair, Jerry Keller.
PROPHECY . . .
Place: Pearly Gates
Setting: On a Cloud, by the great horn of
When I got to heaven there were many people whom I did not expect to see. There were
also many who did not expect to see me there.
I have been thinking about the past, when I was still down there on earth. As a psy-
chiatrist, my work was very interesting. One of my first patients was Dorothy McKitrick, who
was having all kinds of visions about taxis-a chronic taxiphobia. These attacks were the
worst at night. Another was Norma Neal. She was production manager at Nickles' and in
need of psychoanalysis because of the crew on the bread wrapper. lack Riordan came in
for a little head treatment for an injury sustained while making a 100 yard drive for Ohio
Our class was scattered all over Old Mother Earth. My old cronie Roslyn operated the
very exclusive "School of the Fine Arts of Morgue Work" in Arabia. Wendling was in Chi-
cago designing Cadillacs. He turned out some beautiful custom-built jobs. Then in the South
Seas was the PQ Filling Station owned and operated by Caron, also specializing in candy,
chewing gum, peanuts, and grass skirts.
One of the best times I ever had was the week I vacationed at Shonk's pent house in
New York. Opal dropped in one day. She had become quite a popular author writing
shorts for the True Confessions magazine. Another author was Boals who had published The
Limburger Moron Iokes. One afternoon we went out to Radio City to hear the weekly broad-
cast of the Quartet Hour featuring Lintner, Foster, Baker, and Riordan. Also attended the
opera, presenting Ioyce Steele as Carmen. The definitely high-brow orchestra was under
the baton of Robert Wohlertiski. Another night we took in a floor show, starring Betty Nal-
bach. While there, got my face completely relifted at Ye Mabelle Beauty Salon.
Another time I remembered receiving a big newsy letter from Leona back home. She
told me that Ton and Pete had become big business men in a farm implement shop, Maxine
and Eileen were housewives, Kathryn was working among the flowers in a greenhouse, Ola
was a piano tuner, Marilyn was secretary to a lawyer in Reno, Gooding manufactured the
famous Tony Smearless Lipstick in San Franciscop and Blanche was an instructor on how
to drive Fords properly. Oh yes, and Darrelyn was a promising star of television drama,
Paul was a professor, Iones was working for a Turkish bath company, and Arlene was
giving Boogie-Woogie lessons. Remember she said Myron had taken up where Einstein left
ofi in improving the atomic bomb.
At one of the alumni banquets Senator Balyeat spoke on the Agony of World Affairs.
Martha was therep told me she was head nurse at an army hospital. Saw Bill Diehl, too. He
was an engineer on the Millersburg G Mexico Railway.
For a while corresponded with Doris Seese, alias Proxy, No. 110897, Alcatraz. In the
last letter she wrote that she was going to marry the chaplain.
We were really scattered to the four corners of the earth, and holding down one corner
by themselves were Stella's bouncing red-headed twins, Tom and Tomato.
Oh yes, it was a great life and a very interesting one, too, Each one of our class filled
his small niche in the world. Now we are all up' here and are going to have a real alleluia
homecoming once again. Girt has just stopped for me on his winged motorcycle so I
PRINCIPAL CAST OF "THE OBLIGING CLOCK" DIRECTED BY MISS IONES.
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Portrait, Wedding, Commercial, Aerial
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COMPLIMENTS OF THE FOLLOWING MASSILLON FIRMS AND CONGRATULATIONS
TO THE CLASS OF "47"
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Massillon Hardware Co.
Massillon Savings G Loan Co
Ohio Merchants' Trust Co.
Peoples Federal Savings ci
Reliable Office Supply Co.
Sears, Roebuck 6: Co.
GREEN'S MUSIC STORE
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Stuhldreher's Cigar Store
DEDICATED TO THE ACHIEVEMENTS
The largest stock of musical merchandise
in Stark County
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