Navarre High School - Entre Nous Yearbook (Navarre, OH)
- Class of 1951
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
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CLIFFORD BIXLER DON IONES STAPLES GREER
LELAND HUTH GARN ET PATTERSON
MR. HALL DOROTHY LASH
Ohio State, B.S., M.A.
RICHARD D. BOND HELEN BREMER
W. Va. Wesleyan, B.S., A.B. Wooster College: Kent Univ., B.S
W. Va. University, M.A. Columbia University, M.A.
Glenville College Biology, Household Arts
Capital University, A.B.
Ohio State University
General Science, Coach,
NORA DRAWE DONALD HALEY
Kirksville State Teachers College, Ohio University, B.S.
B.S., Gregg College 7-8, H. S. Mathematics
EMMET HARSTINE HAROLD HOLSHOY
Ohio State University, B.S. Kent State University
University of Michigan Industrial Arts, B.S.
DOROTHY JANE LOWE
Asbury College, A.B.
Ohio State University
Vocal Music, Speech
HELEN SACCO EARL D. WISARD
Kent State University, B.S. Kent State University, B.S
University of Wisconsin History, Social Sciences
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IEAN GREER SALLY FRANK
Editor Assistant Editor
VIRGINIA AGNES IOE MOFF A
DOROTHY THOMPSON Business Msnsgsf Business Msssgsf MILTON NOTSTNGER
VIRGINIA KLASERNER GERIVIAINE NICKLES NORIVIA HAAGER
TYPING ART PICTURES
VERA SHANKLIN HOWARD KEITH
CLEO RUPERT PAULINE BIXLER
IEAN GREER EDWARD SAGO
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right-Sally Frank, Vice President: Dorothy Thompson, Treasurer:
Dean Goodman, President: Betty Chenevey, Secretary.
CLASS MOTTO: The great thing in this world is not so much where we are.
but in what direction we are moving.-O. W. Holmes.
CLASS FLOWER: Red rose.
CLASS COLORS: Scarlet and gray.
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IAN E GRETZINGER
lane Gretzinger, Iean Greer, Virginia
Agnes, Shirley Underwood, Germaine
Nickles, Betty Hall, Iulia Patterson,
Dean Goodman, Norma Haager, Dor-
othy Thompson, Betty Chenevey.
Our opportunities to do good
U16 OU! OWH talents.
Still water runs deep.
Quiet and innocent,
but so is dynamite, sometimes.
Speak low when you speak of love.
I am happy and cheerful.
What more could I want?
,Ox I SALLY FRANK
agree with no man's opinions,
l have some ot my own.
Man is not made to question,
but to adore.
Hard to catch as a waiters eye.
Silence is golden,
but gold does not appeal to me.
She that has patience
may conquer anything
Which l have earned
at the sweat of my brow.
Diligence is the
mother of good fortune.
A finger in every pie.
What ever you do, do wisely,
and think of the consequence
IAN E GRETZINGER
l'm willing to be convinced,
but show me one who can do it.
My mind my compass, and my way,
Oh, 'tis love that makes us qratelul.
Hard work is the surest road
Worry Izttle, study less,
that's my idea of happiness.
MILTON NOFSIN GER
A man IS xdeal,
even though he is absorbed in thought.
A man says what he knows,
but a woman says what will please.
Every inch a queen.
Restless as a windshield wiper.
As good natured a soul
as e'er trod on shoe of leather.
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What wisdom can you find
that is greater than kindness.
Men are often capable ot
She never intrudes, but is ready
to help with substantial aid.
greater things than they perform.
Opinions cannot survive ii one
Anything worth doing
is worth doing well.
has no chance to tight tor them.
lt's nice to be natural:
when you're naturally nice.
Sometimes I sit and think.
Sometimes I just sit.
Character is a diamond
that scratches every other stone
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I, VIRGINIA AGNES, will and bequeath my ability not to drop my baton to Donna Brown.
I, PAULINE BIXLER, will and bequeath my ability to mind my own business to Billy Brideweser.
I, BETTY CHENEVEY, will and bequeath my love for underclassmen to Betty Rumberger.
I, RONALD COLUCY, will and bequeath my popularity with the girls to Iohn P. Muskoff.
I, DOROTHY DRAGE. will and bequeath my davenport voice to Pat Cook.
I, IIM FOSTER, will and bequeath my farmer walk to Billy Evans.
I, SALLY FRANK, will and bequeath my ability to be seen and heard to Zola Whitfield.
I, FLORENCE GARVER, will and bequeath my good grades in democracy to Myra Schaller.
I, ILA GAUT, will and bequeath my strapless bathing suit to Ruthie Noisinger.
I, DEAN GOODMAN, will and bequeath my position as president of the Senior class to Paul
I, IEAN GREER, will and bequeath my country life to Donna Rumberger and Mildred Hanna.
I, IANE GRETZINGER, will and bequeath my love for rich men to Iune Reamer.
I. BETTY HALL, will and bequeath my ability to get along with my father to the Iunior Class.
I, NORMA HAAGER, will and bequeath my reserved ways to Donnie Marchand.
I, VERLIE HAWKINS, will and bequeath my love ior ex-graduates to Ruby Winkart.
I, HOWARD KEITH, will and bequeath my happy look to Roy Diekmann.
I, VIRGINIA KLASERNER, will and bequeath my clarinet to Gilbert Iohnson.
I, CHARLES LOGAN, will and bequeath my mischievous ways to Dale Geisberger.
I, IUDY LONAS. will and bequeath my love for the opposite sex to Webster Lonas.
I, IOE MOFFA, will and bequeath my brother Chick to lean Thompson.
I, GERMAINE NICKLES, will and bequeath my businesslike attitude to Donald Hollinger.
I, MILTON NOFSINGER, will and bequeath my ability not to be influenced by one girl to Glenn
I, IULIA PATTERSON, will and bequeath my modeling diploma to Ianet Eberly.
I, NORMA PINHARD, will and bequeath my ability to get along with Miss Drawe to Leo Mummertz.
I, CLEO RUPERT, will and bequeath my ability to get along with Mr. Wisard to Carl Rouse.
I, EDWARD SAGO, will and bequeath my water waves to Dale Fox.
I, PATTY SCHAFFER, will and bequeath my ability to stay in the band to Leroy Struble.
I, IOHNNY SEWELL. will and bequeath my smooth ways to Andrew Tormasi and Richard Black.
I, VERA SHANKLIN, will and bequeath my ability not to get detention to Bob Agnes.
I, IVAN STEELE, will and bequeath my tallness to Eddie Adams.
I, DOROTHY THOMPSON, will and bequeath my quiet and reserve ways to Gene Emerick.
I, SHIRLEY UNDERWOOD. will and bequeath my ability to be faithful to one fellow to Beverly
I, IANE GRETZINGER, will and bequeath my knee socks to Trevor Huth.
I, SHIRLEY UNDERWOOD, will and bequeath my love letters to Ruth Braswell.
WE, THE SENIOR CLASS, will and bequeath our umbrellas to the Iunior boys to keep the bleach
irom running into their eyes when it rains.
TO THE IUNIOR CLASS is left a tired and worn Faculty. thanks to the graduating Class of 1951.
TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS is leit the privilege ot watching "Those Seniors" get away with
TO THE FRESHMAN CLASS is left three more years of classes. detention. hard subjects and
short week-ends . . . especially detention.
LEFT TO RIGHT-
First Row-Ruth Braswell. Beverly Cardaman, Iune Beamer. Mildred Hanna, Ruth Noisinger.
Betty Rumberger, Zola Whitfield.
Second Row--Adviser Mr. Holshoy, Donna Rumberger, Donna Brown, Pat Cook, Ruby Winkhari.
Ianet Eberly, Myra Schaller, Ieanne Thompson, Adviser Miss Lowe.
Third Row-Paul Shreffler, Webster Lonas, Bobby Agnes, Gilbert Iohnson, Billy Evans, Iohn Paul
Muskofi, Eddie Adams.
Fourih Row-Carl Rouse, Gene Emerick, Trevor Huth, Billy Brideweser, Roy Diekman, Glenn
Former, Richard Black.
Fifth Row-Leo Mummertz, Don Marchand, Dale Fox, Leroy Strubel, Andrew Tormasi, Dale Geis-
berger, Don Hollinger, Ronnie Lockhart.
IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Hight-
PAUL SHBEFFLER, President
BILL EVANS, Vice President
DONNA BROWN, Secretary
EDDIE ADAMS, Treasurer
LEFT TO RIGHT-
First How-Shirley Whitfield, Carol Greenwalt, Nona Herrick, Barbara Girt, Marjorie Smeltzer,
Alma Fischer, Margaret Hogue, Adviser Mr. Bond.
Second Row-Clyde Gray, Cleo Notsinqer, Shirley Nolsinger, Nancy Stoetzer, Mary Rentsch,
Dorothy Kelly, Dora Etter, LuAnn Gaul.
Third Row-Charles Stanko, Bobby Define, Gary Iogerst, Iohnriy Brideweser, Monica Stahl, Pat
Neal, Sally Rose, Willis Galley, Gene Feucht, Frank Emmert, Larry Grunwald.
Fourth Row-Ronald Engleman, Roger Leighley, Wesley Anderson. Richard Pinhard, Billy Lind.
Bobby Lind, Wesley Malone, Iohn Percer.
Fifth Row-George Stutz, Paul Widder. lim Bartholomew, Dick Hay, Iohn Miller, Iack Stucky,
Robert Bigler, Roger Haas.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right-
SI-IIRLEY STANFORD, President
BARBARA GIRT, Treasurer
WESLEY MALONE, Vice President
NONA HERRICK, Secretary
LEFT TO RIGHT-
First Row-Eddie Garver, Howard Satteriield, Dale Amos, Leonard Bleininger, Ierry Fair.
Second Row-Polly Whyte, Anita Beck, Darlene Adams, Marita Nofsinger, Dixie Winkhart, Marilyn
Scheutiler, Kay Thomas, Marilyn Kurtz.
Third Row-Patricia Pettigrew, Ianice Winkhart, Betty Braden, Ruth Iones, Ruby Jones, Carol
Linktield, Beverly Manse, Wanda Aman, lune Davis, Lois Sandy, Adviser Miss Sacco.
Fourth Row-Arden Loretto, Sue Haas, Barbara Baker, Betty Agnes, Marjorie Van Dyne, Roberta
Loretto, Iudy Buck, Ianet Barr, Carol Stanford, Teddy Feucht.
Fifth Row-Walter Haberli, Ierry Berlyoung, Sue Shrake, Cecelia Struble, Twila Lint, George
Russel, Robert Braswell.
Sixth Row-Ronald Owen, Duane Iones, Richard Sago, lack Evans, Ronald Eccleston, Robert Black.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
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THEODORE FEUCHT, President
MARIORIE VAN DYNE, Secretary
BONNIE ECCLESTON, Vice President
SUE SHRAKE, Treasurer
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First Row-Paul Mahaiiey, Iames Agnes, Robert Gates, Danny Morrow, Mary Fischer, Maynard
Rupert, TEACHER-MR. VAN DYNE.
Second Row--Tommy Cole, Betty Luckrinq. Ronnie Ulrich, Patsy Swafiord, Herbert Seese, Sandra
Zinsmaster. Iohn Dillinger, Rose Noisinger.
Third How-Deanna Winkhart, Ray Whitmer, lean Specht, Francis Stevens, Patsy Tyler, Philip
Rangel, Wanda Whitmore, Bill Schreckengost.
Fourth Row-Gary Blass, Elizabeth Emmett, Karl Diehl, Ianice Stutz. Leonard Bair, Alice Schaller.
Lloyd Eckroate, Ianet Frease.
Fifth How-Nancy Stivaktas, Lowell Speicher, Katheryn Baker, Iohn Thompson, Patsy Ulrich, Ray
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Second Row-Coragene Weber, Eddie Soeicher, Nancy Poth, Roger Nohl, Margaret Nofsinger.
Neal Fox, Rebecca Sarchet, Garnet Patterson.
Third Row-Billy Gibbs, Ruth Rupert, Harold Diehl, Barbara Hoover, Robert Henthorne, Ann
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Fourth Row-Margaret Nickles. Roy Rupert, Patricia lohnson, lay Werstler, Ianet Iacobs, Russell
Shelt, Virginia Kelly, Ray Fortner.
Fifth Row-Nelson Satteriield, Ester Aman, Paul Gretzinger, Kay Tschantz, Norman Kimble.
Charlene Goepfert, David Eberly, Margaret Leighley.
Sixth Row-Nancy Thompson. Donald Scheuiiler, Ioan Selway, Norman Hudson, Shelia Airhart,
Dean Young, Eleanor Bair, Iackie Winkhart,
Seventh Row-Walter Nofsinger, Matilda Young, Woodrow Winkhart, Shirley Werstler. Paul
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Iones, Timothy Morrow, Ruth I-Ienthorne.
Third Row-Carol Etter, Ernest Wanner, Phillis Dillinger, Lowell Bixler, Sally Whyte. Dean Amos
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Second Row-Suzanne Feucht, Barnard Hoover, Iune Sarchet, Robert Turner, Charlotte Weidman,
Third Row-Richard Baker, Ioyce Iacobs, Ronald Rankin, Iulia Ann Eckleberry, Wayne Gantz,
Ioan Colucy, Dwight Noisinger. Carol Cunningham.
Fourth Row-Iudy Kenny, Ronald Angerer. Carol Heater, Hartford Harding, Arleine Linerode,
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Second Row-Eddie Hanna, Carol Martin. Ierry Frease, Nancy Gerber, Nelson Sandy, Iayne
Frederick, Ernest Eccleston. Lavonne Boughmcm.
Third Row-Helen Sewell, Donald Selway, Myra Piper, ic ar q
Dale Davis, Ioy Emmert, Ierry Nofsinger.
Fourth Row-Iames Evans, Catherine Henthorne, Eddie Shreckengost, Carol Luckring, Richard
Garver, Io Anne Neidenthal, Donald Bokanovitch, Martha Zaugg.
Rose, Paul Shelt. Linda Milhoan, Donald Gantz, Roberta Noland, Robert Fisher,
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Diane Define, Allen Putt.
Sixth Row-Danny Poth. Iune Boughman, Mike Averill, Iudy Hass, Roger Gue, Shirley Whilmire,
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First Row-Roy Iohnson, Martha MacNab, Marlis Wanner, Peggy Averill, TEACHER-MRS. MOTZ.
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Third Row-Bill Gaut, Carole Winkhart, Dennis peic e
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Fourth Row-Margaret Breniser, Bobby Marrow, Karon Thomas, Oliver Landis, Margaret Howard,
Myron Piper, Ioan Schreckengost, Phillip Kimble.
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First Row-Gary Schmidt, Donald Stein, Tommy Hay. Iohney Bingley. Rochelle Iohnston, Gary
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Second Row-Paul Snyder, Mary Ann Heestand, Ioe Hoque. Ioanne Gentzler, Terry Hildzeth,
Bonny Iogerst, Kenneth Mahaifey, Sharon Hackathorn.
Third Row-Margie Gaut, Gary Noisinger, Lois Edwards, Bruce Patterson, Ioan Winkhart, Robert
Miller, Iudy Whitmer, James Mead.
Fourth Row-Verle Appleby. Arletta Barr, Bobby Detine, Louisa Linerode, Ronald Hensel, Kay
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Second Row-Eddie Norris, Sharon Tabellion, Iohn Decker, Carol Buck, Iames Mitchell, Linda
Evans, Donald Leighley, Marcia Henderson.
Third Row-Shirley Landis, Robert Harding, Sara Maurer, Arza Brown, Wanda Whitmer, Sonny
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Fourth Row-Richard Ieandrevin. Mary Ann Hay, Lanny Black, Kathy Baker, Robert Hugus,
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Second Row-Floyd Brown, Bob McAfee, Gail Nohl. Gary Speicher, Ielf Montjoy. Gary Baker,
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Third Row-David Whyte. Ann Gerbeck, Terry Mahaiiey, Pamela Hildreth. Bill Talefrico. Glenna
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Fourth Row-Nancy Boughman, Tim Fetters, Gloria Sterner, Iohn Sidney, Carolyn Rhodes. Donald
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Fifth Row-Iohn Bechtel, Sondra Emmert, Sonny Shonk, Ieanne Iacobs, Arvine Whitmer, Rosalie
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k H'll, Lewis Klein, Shelby Arnold, Barbara Lonas,
Second Row-Iudy Ionson, Byron Brown, Iac ie 1
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Third Row-Larry Null. Ie ' ' ' S cl , Alice Huges,
Michael McKee, Patsy Patterson.
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First Row--Harold Kime, Bonita Benjamin, Samuel Aman, Nadalee Hay, Richard Haines, Patsy
Ball, Linda Owens, TEACHER--MRS. ENGLEMAN.
, Robert Gardner, Linda Swaiford, Thomas Kenny, Charlotte Walter.
Second Row-Ianet Turner
lack Shroyer, Marilyn Schaller, Lawrence Weidman.
Third Row--Pete Spade. Iudy Bair, Richard Stucky. Sandra Sarchet, Daryl Nofsinger. Linda
Edwards, Douglas Angerman, Iudith Wmkhart.
Fourth Row-Monica Napier, Ion Ulbright. Karon Meade, Rodney Tylor, Altrieda Linerode. Robert
Shalt. Portia Patterson. Vincent Noftsinger.
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First Row-Albert Ball, Eleanor Kienzle, Ronald Wendling, Ioyce Bridenbaugh, Daniel Pittson,
Glenn Braswell, TEACHER-MRS. GEPFERT.
Second How-Virginia Latham, Keith Speicher. Evelyn Ernmert, Robert Bendure, Ethel Schrecken-
gost, Iacob Snyder, Bonnie Hensel. Daniel Agnes.
Third How-Arthur Donaldson, Pauline Noitsinger, George Edgell. Yvonne Wiita, Stanley Winkler,
Brenda Tschantz, Terry Cater, Susie Martin.
Fouih Row-Eileen Kienzle, Richard Reed, Betty Gout, Gary Tucker, Iacqueline Loretto, David '
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Donna Brown, Marjorie Van Dyne, Ianet Barr.
Standing-Virginia Agnes, Drum Major.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First RowsBobby Gates, Iudy Buck, Shirley
Stanfard, Sue Shrake.
Second RowfVirginia Klaserner, Richard Black,
Sally Rose, Alma Fischer.
Left to Right-Iudy Lonas, Lois Sandy, Walter
Haberli, Germaine Nickles, lean Greer.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Firs! Row-Iean Specht, Coragene Webber.
Second Row-Barbara Gift, Betty Hall, Iulia
Patterson, Monica Stahl.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-- Iune Davis, Dora Etter, Theodore
Feucht. Barbara Baker, Mary Fischer.
Second Row-Paul Gretzinger, Leroy Strubel.
Ivan Steele, Bobby Lind, Billy Lind.
Lett to High!-Dale Amos, Peler Shrake, Donna
Rumberger, Francis Stevens.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Betty Chenevey, Ieanne Thompson, Patty Schaffer.
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First Row-June Davis, Sue Shrake, Ianet Barr, Marjorie Van Dyne, Carol Staniord, Iudy Buck,
Second Row-Cleo Rupert, Virginia Aqnes, lulia Patterson, Vera Shanklin, Betty Hall, Virginia
Klaserner, Iudy Lonas, MISS LOWE.
Third Row-Arden Loretto, Walter Haberli, Lois Sandy, Betty Chenevey, lean Greer, Leonard
Bleiniriger, Dale Amos.
Fourth Row-Edward Sago, Clyde Gray, Roger Leighley, Teddy Feucht, Richard Sago.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
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First Howvlerry Fair, Willis Gaffey, Gene Feucht, Roger Haas, Ierry Berlyoung, Leonard Blein-
inger, Howard Satteriield.
Second How-Arden Loretto, Teddy Feucht, Robert Bigler, Clyde Gray, Don Marchand, Roger
Leighley, MISS LOWE.
Third Row-Bobby Define, Richard Sago, Paul Widder, Edward Sago, Bill Brideweser,
Fourth Row-Duane Iones, Richard Pinhard, Dick Hay, Ronald Eccleston.
SENIOR GLEE CLUB
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LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Virginia Klasemer, Iulia Patterson, Shirley Underwood, Vera Shanklin, Betty Hall
Second Row-Virginia Agnes, Iane Gretzinger, Norma Haager, Germaine Nickles, Cleo Rupert
Third Row-Ila Gaul, lean Greer, Iudy Lonas, Verlie Hawkins, Betty Chenevey, Florence Garver
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Arden Loretto. Jerry Fair.
Second Row-Clyde Gray. Roger Leighley, Robert Biqler, Don Marchand, Teddy Feucht.
FRESHMAN, SOPHOMCDRE, AND IUNIOR GLEE CLUB
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Marilyn Scheuter, Kay Thomas, Carol Linkiield, Dixie Winkhart, Beverly Manse, Marita
Nottsinger, Darlene Adams, Betty Braden.
Second How-Luann Gaut, Barbara Girt, Ianice Winkhart, Ruth Iones, Ruby Iones, Polly Whyte.
Marjorie Smeltzer. Dorothy Kelly, Bobbie Loretto, Miss Lowe.
Third Row-Sue Haas, Myra Schaller, Betty Rumberger, Nancy Stoetzer, Carol Greenwalt, Twila
Lint, Wanda Aman, Patricia Pettigrew, Betty Agnes.
Fourth Row-Shirley Whitfield, Monica Stahl, Pat Cook. Cecelia Struble, Anita Beck. Mary
Fifth Row-Ruby Winkhart, Pat Neal, Margaret Hogue.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First How-Iimmy Agnes, Ianice Stutz, Patsy Swaiford, Patricia Iohnson, Ianet Jacobs. Margaret
Nickles, Nancy Thompson, Rose Notsinger, Ester Aman, Walter Nofsinger.
Second Row-Miss Lowe, Billy Gibbs, Lowell Speicher, Katheryn Baker, Patsy Ulrich. Ianet Frease,
Patsy Tyler, Woodrow Winkhart, Iackie Winkhart.
Third Row-Karl Keihl, Paul Wanner, Shelia Airhart, Rebecca Sarchet, Alice Schaller, Margaret
Notsinger, Barbara Hoover, Ann Sarchet, Gary Blass, Donald Rangel.
Fourth Row-Norma lean May, Lloyd Eckroate, Donna Whitmer, Ray Rankin. Wanda Whitmore.
BRIDY-How many subjects are you
BONNIE-Carrying one and dragging
BOBBY AGNES--I hardly know what to
do with my week-end.
MISS SACCO-tSourcasticlyl I suggest
you put a hat on it.
MR. WISARD-What do we mean by a
MILTON NOFSINGER - One who isn't
DEAN-If you smoke you'll get a tobacco
IOE-Then it I eat sweets, will I get a
IIM FOSTER-What would I have to give
you for one little kiss?
VIRGINIA-This darn engagement ring
George gave me.
IEAN--What's the matter with it?
VIRGINIA-It's too tight. I have the most
awful time getting it off when other
fellows come over.
MISS DRAWE-Were you copying lohn
TREVOR-No. I was just looking to see
if I had mine right.
MISS BREMER-What three foods are re-
quired to keep the body in good health?
SALLY FRANK-Breakfast, dinner, and
IOHNNIE-I read in the paper that a man
went for twenty days without eating.
BONNIE-Gee, he should have given his
order to a different waiter.
FLORENCE-You shouldn't be handling
money. It has germs on it.
EDDIE-Not my money, a germ would
starve to death in 12 hours on the
money I make.
SACCO-Young man are you the teacher
of this class?
SACCO-Then quit speaking out of turn.
IANE--How long can a person live with-
IOE-I don't know. I am now nineteen.
DOT D.-Tell me, do you really like dumb
IULIA-What other kind is there?
Danny had taken his date to the theatre.
Before the first act was over, he tried
to put his arm around her. In her attempt
to resist him, she fell over the edge of
the balcony into the orchestra.
"Hey!", Danny yelled after her, "Come
on up out of those expensive seats!"
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LEFT TO RIGHT:
F izst How-Iean Greer, Anita Beck, Ianet Eberly, Zola Whitfield, Mary Rentsch, Marjorie Van Dyne.
Second Row-Theodore Feucht. Wesley Malone, lim Foster, Ronnie Colucy, Roger Leighley,
Gilbert Iohnson, Mr, Wisard.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First How-Cleo Noisinger, Dorothy Drage, lean Greer, Verlie Hawkins, Betty Chenevey, Iudy
Lonas, Patty Schaffer.
Second Row-Zola Whitfield, Mary Rentsch, Pauline Bixler, Virginia Klaserner, Ianet Eberly. Betty
Hall, Virginia Agnes. Norma Haager, Dorothy Thompson.
Third Row-lim Foster, Leo Mummertz. Howard Keith, Roger Leighley, Gilbert Iohnson, Wesley
Malone, Mr. Wisard.
Fourth Row-Ronnie Colucy. Andrew Tormasi, Dean Goodman, Larry Grunwald.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Germaine Nickles, Betty Hall, Virginia Agnes, Iulia Patterson, lla Gaul, ludy
Second Row-Dorothy Thompson, lane Gretzinqer, Johnny Sewell, Ronnie Colucy, Shirley
wood, Miss Lowe.
Third Row-Ioe Motto, Charles Logan.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
Miss Drawe, Florence Garver, Cleo Rupert, Norman Pinhard, Virginia Klcserner
Patty Schaffer, Iecm Greer.
F. H. A.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Luann Gaut, Marjorie Smeltzer, Sally Rose, Alma Fischer, Dora Etter, Nancy Stoetzer,
Nona Herrick, Barbara Girl.
Second Row-Dorothy Kelly, Carol Greenwald, Margaret Hogue, Pat Neal, Cecelia Struble, Shirley
Whitfield, Cleo Nolsinger, Shirley Noisinqer, Miss Bremer.
Third Row-Iune Davis, Darlene Adams, Marita Noisinger, Barbara Baker, Betty Agnes, Dixie
Winkhart, Betty Braden, Marilyn Scheutiler, Beverly Manse.
Fourth Row-Lois Sandy, Wanda Aman, Roberta Loretto, Polly Whyte. Twila Lint, Ianice Wink-
hart, Ruth Iones, Ruby Iones.
Left to I-light-Patty Schailer, Verlie Hawkins, Florence Garyer, Cleo Rupert, Miss Drawe, Vera
Shanklin, Norman Pinhard. Iean Greer. Virginia Klaserner.
First Row-Florence Garver, Shirley Staniord, Iudy Buck, Carol Stanford, Roberta Loretto, Marilyn
Second How-Wanda Aman, Mary Rentsch, Dorothy Thompson, Vera Shanklin, Polly Whyte,
Germaine Nickles, Ila Gaut, Miss Sacco.
Third How-Patricia Pettigrew, Marilyn Kurtz, Carol Linkfield, Sue Haas, Luann Gaut
First How-Gene Feucht, Kay Thomas, Marjorie Van Dyne, Iudy Buck, Carol Linktielcl, Marilyn
Kurtz. Ierry Fair.
Second Row--Ronald Owen, Walter Haberli, Monica Stahl, Shirley Stanford, Mary Rentsch,
Gary Ioqerst, Willis Gatfey, Miss Sacco.
Third How-Richard Pinhard, Ianet Barr, Sue Shrake, Anita Beck, Carol Stanford, Pat Pettigrew,
Fourth Row-Robert Black, lack Stucky, Iohn Miller, Larry Grunwald.
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Wanner, Richard Whitmer, Walter Nofsinger.
Second How-Mr. Van Dyne, Ray Rankin, Roy Rupert, Ray Fortner, Donald Rangel, Paul Gretz-
inger, Bill Schreckengost, Chief of Police Howard Van Horn, Officer Frank Schrock.
Third Row-Ronnie Ulrich, Bill Whitmer, Lloyd Eckroate, Iohn Thompson, Ray Whitmer, Gerald
Taylor, Garnet Patterson.
Fourth Row-Karl Diehl, Philip Ranqel, Daniel Morrow, Roger Nohl, Leonard Bair.
First Row-Ierry Buck, Wayne Turner. Darcy Axe, Ronnie Rankin, Neil Gates, Barnard Hoover,
Second Row-Mr. Van Dyne, David Baker, Richard Baker, Tommy Gout, Norman Hudson, Bill
Gibbs, Iunior Winkhart, Chief of Police Howard Van Horn, Officer Frank Schrock.
Third Row-Iames Agnes, Robert Gates, David Eberly, Gary Blass, Maynard Rupert, Dean Young,
Fourth Row-Eddie Speicher. Paul Mahaffey, Iacob Geopfert, Francis Stevens, Tommy Cole.
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JOE MANACK, MILES HAY
t- everly Ccrrdclmun, Verlie Hawkins. Ted eucht, Roger Leighly, M1ss Bremer.
MRS. LUCILLE PETERMAN
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row Shirley Underwood, Iohnnie Sewell, Iulia Patterson, lean Greer, Norman Pinhard
Second How Germaine Nickles, Iudy Lonas, Ioe Motta, Dean Goodman, Iim Foster Charles
Logan Betty Hall, lla Gout.
Third Row Betty Chenevey, Dorothy Thompson, Virginia Klaserner, lane Gretzinger, Cleo Rupert
Director Miss Lowe.
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LAST YEAR MEN
IIM FOSTER DEAN GOODMAN BONNIE COLUCY
Tackle Center Left Half
CHARLES LOGAN IOHNNIE SEWELL LEO MUMMERTZ
Guard Fullbcck Right Half
FRED BRIDEWESER cmd EUGENE SPONSELLER
Left to Right-Dean Goodman, Ronnie Colucy
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A total of five
A Way Navarre
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wins and four losses.
QUEEN cmd CO-CAPTAINS
IULIA ANN PATTERSON
Decm Goodman, Iulia Pcxtierson, Ronnie Colucy
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First Row-Arden Loretto, lohnny Brideweser, Glenn Fortner, Ronnie Colucy. Paul Widder, Roger
Leighley, Wesley Malone.
Second Row-Couch Eugene Sponseller, Don Marchand, Iohn Muskoff, Dale Geisberger. Iohn
Miller, Dick Huy, lack Stucky, Manager Webster Lonus.
LEFT TO RIGHT:
First Row-Trevor Huth, Teddy Feucht, Eddie Gcxrver, Arden Loretto. Ierry Fair.
Second Row-Coach Eugene Sponseller, Don Marchand. Iohn Muskoii, Dale Geisberger, Iohn
Miller, lack Stucky, Wesley Malone.
Top scorer in County.
273 Points for the season.
East Canton -
Beach City --
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SENIOR CLASS PRGPHECY
There were many of you whom we didn't
get to see at our big homecoming celebration
last November, so I thought I would take
this opportunity to write to all of you and
let you know what has happened to a lot
of the old gang. We did manage to see
some of you: but for those who didn't get
to make it back to Navarre, we do hope
you'1l enjoy this letter.
I know you'd all be surprised at how much
Navarre has changed in only ten years.
This is due to a large uranium supply that
was discovered- here, and in turn a large
atomic plant has been built to make use of
this supply. It has made Navarre quite an
industrial center, and it has grown from a
small village to a good-sized city. Due to
this increasing size of our small and quiet
town it was discovered that we were in
sore need of a new athletic field and stadium.
And this is the spot where the first one of
our classmates, Dean Goodman, comes into
the picture. Dean, as you remember, was
the Co-Captain of our football team and also
very much interested in electrical engineer-
ing. When the Atomic Plant was built here,
Dean applied for a job after he graduated
"cum 1aude" from Ohio State: and since
then he was worked himself up to the posi-
tion of president of the plant. It seems that
Dean got together with the officers of the
plant: and after pulling some strings, they
managed to raise enough money to build
Navarre quite a large-sized stadium. It was
for the dedication of this stadium that we
all returned to our old Alma Mater. And
what a dedication that was! I recognized
the faces of prominent people from all over
the country, besides many of my own class-
mates and friends.
Betty Hall, Iulia Patterson, and I flew in
from New York on one of the new jet rockets
of Capital Air Lines. You can imagine our
December 15, 1961
New York, New York
surprise when who should meet us at the
door of the plane but Dorothy Thompson
looking very chic in her new stewardess
uniform. Of course, we were all excited to
see Dorothy as stewardess: and she was
just as elated at seeing us and wondering
what we were doing there in New York.
After we were seated and on our way,
Dorothy had time to sit down and tell us
what had happened to some of the former
fellow-victims. She said that Eddie Sago
was following in his father's footsteps and
was now a pilot for the Trans-Atlantic Air-
lines. The last time Dorothy had talked to
Eddie was in Chicago right before he was
ready to take off for London. It seems that
Eddie had lost track of most of the class-
mates, that is all except Howard Keith, who
was stationed in London as a second-lieu-
tenant in the United States Army.
After Dorothy had finished her news, we
in turn told her of ourselves and our doings.
After Betty had finished her graduate work
at Depauw, she was offered a job as buyer
for ladies' apparel at Sak's Fifth Avenue.
It was through her that Iulia and I went to
Sak's as models.
Well, it wasn't long after our talk with
Dorothy until we landed in Navarre on their
newly-built airfield. We said good-bye to
Dorothy and hurried over to the stadium
as it was almost time for the football game
to begin. ,.
We entered the stadium and were amazed
at its size and beauty. I suppose every-
body is wondering about the old stadium.
It is now being used for grade school and
practice purposes. The new one, by the way,
was designed and built by Gretzinger's In-
corporated, a firm of artists and architects,
whose president is our old friend lane.
Working for her as artist of the firm is Ger-
As soon as we were seated. we took time
to look at our programs and discovered that
the present coach of our old Alma Mater
was none other than Ronnie Colucy. We
checked the line-up for the game between
the High School All Stars and the Pro All
Stars and were amazed at how many from
our school had made both teams. Many
were former graduates, but we were proud
to see that our own Iohnnie Sewell was
captain of the Pro Team.
The half-time show made us almost feel
homesick, for who should come strutting
down the field, leading her Musical Major-
ettes, but Virginia Agnes.
Of course, after the game we had to go
down and mill around the crowd to see
whether we could find anyone that we knew.
The first ones we saw were Ioe Moffa and
Chick Logan. driving out of the stadium in
a big black Cadillac. We just managed to
catch them before they left. They told us
that they now owned two fashionable nite
clubs and a Drive Inn Restaurant. It seems
that their nite clubs were prospering won-
derfully but that the Drive Inn was suffering
from some stiff competition by a restaurant
down the road. We later learned that this
restaurant was owned and operated by
You can imagine our surprise when they
told us that they had booked Ivan Steele
and his now famous orchestra to play in
one of their clubs for the Christmas holidays.
One of their feature attractions was the very
talented vocalist, Iudy Lonas.
Ioe and Chick offered to drive us down
to the hotel, where we had previously made
reservations, so we climbed in and off we
went. Ioe is still as good a driver as he
ever was, and it was but a few seconds
until we arrived at the hotel.
As we went up to the desk to register,
who should be standing behind the desk
but Norman Pinhard. We asked him whether
he had seen any of the old gang, and he
said, "Why yes, a good many of them had
stayed right there in Navarre. In fact, Iim
Foster was employed there in the hotel as
head chef of the kitchen: Norma Haager
had received her master's degree and was
teaching English Literature at the high
school: Cleo Rupert had taken Mrs. Peter-
man's place as librarian: lean Greer had
also come back for the homecoming cele-
bration and was registered there in the
hotel." For those who haven't heard about
lean is, she has become quite a famous
authoress, writing short stories for the Satur-
day Evening Post. Her private secretary
is Patty Schaffer.
Later that evening while we were getting
ready to go out, there was a knock on our
door and in walked Sally Frank. She cer-
tainly has changed in only ten years! Sally
now owns a reducing and beauty salon in
Chicago, and working with her is Dorothy
Drage. Sally said that they had flown in
from Chicago early this morning and with
them was Virginia Klaserner, the popular
columnist for the Chicago Tribune. They
had brought along one of last week's papers
and showed us an article in it announcing
the coming marriage of Pauline Bixler to
Cornelius A. Vanderbilt III.
Later that evening while we were driving
out to Verlie's Restaurant for dinner, we
passed a large store with a sign out in front
that read "Nofsinger's Farm Supply Co."
At the restaurant after our order was taken
by Vera Shanklin, I happened to glance
up at the television set and there staring
me in the face was Florence Garver, seated
in a car. It didn't take me long to discover
that she was a driving instructor for Chev'-
rolet. When Vera came back to our table,
I asked her whether she knew what had
become of Betty Chenevey. Vera said that
Betty was now married to a Cleveland
Browns football player and had a son named
Well, kids, that includes everybody I
guess. Oh! I almost forgot about lla Gaut.
We have been writing to each other regu-
larly ever since she enrolled in nursing
school at one of the hospitals in Cincinnati.
I certainly hope you've all enjoyed hear-
ing about your old classmates. If any of
you has a chance, please write and let me
know what you're doing. Perhaps I'll see
all those I missed this time at the next home-
coming and as the fire fly said when he
backed into the lawn mower, I'm delighted
no-end. But this is the end.
So long kids!
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I. G. A. MARKET
On The Square - Navarre, Ohio
Finest in Quality Groceries
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SUPERIOR DAIRY, INC.
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ON THE SQUARE
Phone 541 I Navarre, Ohio
Speed Queen Washers
FINE 1 FOODS
REAL ITALIAN SPAGHETTI
On The Square
Phone 5605 Navarre, Ohio
Kes! Myles I0 the
Class of '51
TER, K MANN
Fine Foods-Open Till 2:30
NORTH MAIN STREET EXTENSION
Phone 5600 Navarre, Ohio
Men's and Young Men's Clothing
Compliments of a
STARK COUNTY'S LEADING
.AT I-ILETICS GOODS IVIERCI-IANTS
HIGH QUALITY MILK
HOME MADE ICE CREAM ' GROCERIES
EGGS ' CHEESE ' COUNTRY SAUSAGE
AND LUNCH MEATS
Shop and Save
DUMONTHS SMITH DAIRY
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ZTIG SI. CUYIIOU, 01110 Ccnion-Richviue Road
Open Daily 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
NEW CARS 1 USED CARS COMPLIMENTS or
STEINER PONTIAC, INC.
Sales and Service
525 Main S+ree+ Navarre, Ohio
lke's Aufo Repair Service
Tune-up, Brake Service 6. Welding
Market St. - Navarre. Ohio Phone 5547
Navarre Deparfmenf Sfore
We will be here tomorrow to stand
back of the goods we seII today.
CHAS. W. LINTNER
The Sanitary Market
On The Square
Phone 5321 Navarre, Ohio
Motor Tuning ' Wheel Balancing
Batteries ' Tires ' Accessories
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3 ' 5 3 5 7 Automatic Home Heating
. I Coal - Oil - Gas
Athletic Goods 4:5 Embrozdery Co. Bryant Heater Products
2212 . 2214 TUSC. ST. W. CANTON. O.
'I E. Canal St. Navarre, Ohio
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FINE FURNITURE SINCE 1917
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D. A. MUSKOFF DRUGS
MAIN STREET SQUARE
PHONE Nunez 5333 NAVARRE, OHIO
ON THE SQUARE
MICHAEL COLASURD, Proprietor
Bus. Phone 5387 Res. Phone 5445
Whitmore's Shoe Store
NICE GOING, GRADUATES
C. N. VICARY CO.
312-324 Market Ave. North
AGNES and POTH
Home Dressed Meats
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Electric and Acefylene Welding
f Aman's Garage
North Main Street
GENERAL REPAIRING NAVARRE' OHIO
Authorized Ford Dealer
Nor+h Main S+. Phone 5556 B, L, Aman Phone 5244
B. 81 L. SERVICE
Tires, Batteries, and Accessories
Phone 5629 Navarre, Ohio
Pete and Grethel
Navarre, Ohio Phon 5606
Specializing Own Made Ice Cream
DELUXE SANDWICHES ' LUNCHES
Tray and Dining Room Service
Route 21 Navarre, Ohio
RALPH L. KINSEY
DAN and Mlll'S GRILL
Market St. Navarre, Ohio
Cook's Radio Services
I34 Market Street
C. R. KEITH, Proprietor
ROUTE 21 NAVARRE, OHIO
The Class of 1951
The Sterling Bakery
Bakers of Peter Wheat Bread
Huq's Funeral Home
PHONE 5612 NAVARRE, OHIO
GLENN P. HECKERT
J. L. FROMHOLTZ
C. J. DUNCAN
PITCOCK and WAGNER. Inc.
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Main Street Extension
LASH'S SOHIO SERVICE
Phone 5433 Invalid Service
Harry E. Myers
Wooster Street Navarre, Ohio
Rt. 21 at Navarre, Ohio
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THE COUNTRY LANES
Compleiely New and Modern ' Open and League
Bowling ' Saiurday and Sunday Open Bowling
Founiain Service ' Shoes Renied ' Bowling Supplies
AMPLE PARKING FACILITIES
Massillon - Navarre Road
Wanda's Beauiy Shoppe
Wanda Brechbuhler, Prop
Reba Marchand, Operator
R. H. Anqermcm, M. D.
Frozen Food Lockers
Complete line of frozen foods
We specialize in processing meats
for home lockers
Custom Curing and Smoking of Fresh Pork
Complete Line of Frozen Foods
G. D. Underwood, M. D.
Bixler 6: Albauqh
GRAIN, FEED, FLOUR
LIME, CEMENT, FENCING, ETC.
DIAL 5212 NAVARRE, OHIO
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WE PICK UP AND DELIVER
Phone 5650 69 Canal Street
. . . And The Truth Shall
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THE EVENING INDEPENDENT
Brings You The Facts
You Need To Exercise
Freedom Of Choice
Thanks to the Commercial Club
for helping us publish
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