Navarre High School - Entre Nous Yearbook (Navarre, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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This is just a small tiilven tu slum' our gratitude. 2 Superintendent? Message To the Senior Class of 1956: The Administration and Faculty of the Navarre Schools wish success to the Seniors of 1956. It does not make so much difference that the class members all go on to college to become better educated, but that each of you learns how to live among your fellowmen and becomes a citizen who is a credit to your community. May you return someday to report proud achievements, but most of all, may you return with a kind thought for the Navarre Schools and your former teachers. With best wishes for your success, R. H. Hall Superintendent of Schools a 14 -V , ff gw-, L-P5-V " iff' ariffwa. W x K? ' tin' 3 if ,, - 4. L 1. V ,gm .ff , Af' 4? ' , f+f1-ve!-Y . JT We H, 9 5 AZ' S F av X ...Q XX WH Wg, ,, A fyw,-,WV fNV fi :gf ff? 1 K, ,, I A nf, f .. , A M75 s Q. ,W M y X . w . bv- ? !!l!!!I?1f?vf2 25wf f JOSEPII GRUBER XI-aunt Uniwn, B.S.g Chemistry, Phy- sicw, llbrlil History. JOHN MILLER VVilmington College, BS. Ed.g Ohio State Universityg Instrumental fllusic. gui RONALD MILLAR XVilmington College, BS. Ed.g Health, Coach, Plzy sical Education. g I Wx Fcucultq ELIZABETH NYDEGGAR Cullcgc uf Ylbostcr, HA.: University of Klicliigan, KI.,-X.: Eugliglz ami latin. CENA EVANS Nliami Univcrxity, BS.: C1lunilbi.1 Uni- xcrxity, L05 Angeles Ulnwcrxutnry ul! Music, San Dil-gm Smtc Ctilli-gag Vocal ,llusigx 6 1 956 ANTOINETTE DeANGEI.IS Ohio State University, BS. Ed.g Col- umbia Universityg Commercial Sub- jects. FRED BRIDEVVESER BETTY JEAN O'DEI.L " Fairmont State College, VVC-st Virginia University, A.B.g Speech, English. N x 5V-f DONALD HALEY Ohio University, B.S.g iwatlzenmtics. ,.-'Ms' Capital University, AB., Ohiu State University, Cencml Science, Couch, Driving Instructor. PAUL CALVO Kent State University, BS., Ass't Coach, Industrial Arts. wff:"""' I' Voleclictoriom Sczlutcztoriczm Sheila Airhart Esther Aman Eoqs' cmd Girls' State Airharr XVOodrow W'ir1khart ii NL SHEILA AIRHART President CARL NOFSINGER Vice-President MARGIE NICKLES Secretary NANCY THOMPSON Treasurer - ' Q 1 Egis i E L M Sensor Qffucers CLASSMOTTO Bv Gur Efforts XX e Hope To Pnse CLASS FLOXVER Whlte Carnatlon CLASS CLORS Light Blue and Dark Blue I1 STANLEY SURNIAY Status the man from Richville way, Hes always happy, carefree, and gay. PAT JOHNSON This brown-eyed blonde is tall and sweet She has a voice that's hard to beat. RAY FORTNER In democracy class Ray's really a pest, But we all know he's really the best. CORAGENE VVEBER This lass is the artist of our class. MARGIE NICKLES Hard work is the surest road to success. PAUL WANNER Paul who is steady, quiet and shy, Can always keep his average high. BILL GIBBS Bills quite a guy we must admit, And with his Ford l1e makes a hit. Sl IEILA AIRIIART She has her lessons erery day, Succeed she will and must we say. MARGARET NOESINGER Margarefs steady at her work, She does it all without a shirk. KENNY FOWLER Ken has personality plus, He a fine lad and a favorite with us. MATILDA YOUNG Short, sweet, and very neat. WALTER NOESINGER junior is a friend with lots of pals, Happy-go-lucky, he avoids the gals. MARGARET LEIGH LEY Margarefs the girl with very dark hair, She has a diamond that she's proud to wear 1oE SKIRTICH VVith all of us joe rates high, YVe all agree he's an all right guy. SALLY WIN KHART VVith long black hair and big brown eyes, She makes a hit with all the guys. DAVID EBERLY Moose has really got the steam, He's the captain of our team. RAE VK HITXIORE Frzemllm ui a slzy sort 0 um JEAMIE xm X erm talkatue and all 0 1 emznze is aluags on tlie run PAUL GRETZINCER For a lizt o nonsense lie alums is scekm C uierallm spealzui Paul is encrally spealcznv ESTHER AMAN met and innocent loolzlng But is dy namzte sometimes DONALD RANCEL l'Vlzy liurry? There will be time a ter lm dead BARBARA HOOVER W'itlz otlzer boys sl1e'll never tarry, For BdTl7l11'f1'S lreart belongs to Larry. CARL NOFSINCER Corley plmvs tlze fields and plants tlze corn llc's an .Xl farmer as sure as youre born. SONIA TIAROG llCre's tlw girl wlm leads our yells, lvllllil tlw scorelzoanl victory tells. JACK WINKI-IART laclc's a guy equipped complete, In our opinion he's really neat. CHARLENE GEOPFERT Charlene's new clothes are sure to inspire, To he a school teacher is her desire. VIRGINIA KELLY leny carries on the Kelly name, She's highly rated for her shorthand fame GARY OCTAVIO Gary's the moon-dogger of our school, On the drums he's really cool. ELEANGR BAIR Eleanor's the gal who makes the fun, She'll get along with anyone. PAUL SCHAUER Quiet and shy hut a friend to all, This little verse along, describes Paul. DORIS ADAMS Doris is fair, with eyes of brown, She wears a smile instead of a frown. STANLEY PROVOST Not over serious and not over gay, But a rare good fellow in his own way. NANCY POTH There is no rloulnt about it for Nan, ln her opinion, Stan's the man. DONALD SCHEUFLER Cooil things come in small packages. WOODROVV XVINKHART His 11iClU1!11HC'S Hfoody, he's lots of fun, The girls will keep him on the run. NANCY THOMPSON Every inch a queen. PETER SHRAKE Rather tall, and very neat, Ufavy hair, blue eyes-that's Pete UPPER THIRD Ref ORT i CARD Ron' One, Le t to Right: Margie Nickles, Coragcne VVchCr, Vire ginia Kelly. Row Two: Nancy Thompson, Sheila Airlmrr, cnnl nie May. Row Three: Paul Vlanncr, Esther Aman. Run' Four: Paul Crctzingcr, ack XVinlahart, Ray Furtncr. 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I 2 Officer 2 Cheerleader 3,4 Y'Teens 2,3,4 Officer 2 Commercial Club 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Librarian 4 Monitor 2 4 Asst 3 Xlixed Choir 3 P XUL XX XNNLR Concert Band I 2 3 4 Xlarching Band I2 3 4 Xlonitor 3 ku Club 4 COR XCENE XX LBLPI Latin Club I 2 Nmette 3 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 Speech Club I 4 Xlonitor 2 Y Teens 3 4 Class Pl ix 4 Xlixed Choir l 23 'N IIIOIYII llonor Socletx RAY XVI IITMIQPI Xlonitor 4 JACK XVINKI IAPIT Marching Band I 2 3 4 Concert Band I 2 3 4 Officer 4 Annual Staff 4 Monitor 2 4 Class Play 3 4 National Honor Society SALLY WINKI IART Latin Club I 2 Clee Club I 2 Mixed Choir 3 Vlonitor 3 4 Y Teens 2 3 4 Librarian 3 Student Council 3 Speech Club 4 Annual Staff 4 Class Play 3 4 Newspaper Staff 4 XX' OODY XVIN KI IART Football I 2 3 4 Latin Club I 2 Speech Club I Clce Club I Monitor 2 3 Student Council 3 Boys State 3 lxey Club 4 Annual Staff 4 IXIATILDA YOUNG Monitor 1,2 Asst. 3,4 Clee Club I,2,3,4 F.H.A. 1,2 Y'Teens 2,3,4 Commercial Club 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Annual Staff 4 A ! 1 7 I ' ...I I , , I I I 1 'I A I A I 1 ' '. ,V , Y I' :I I ', 7 vw-1 '1' .Ir " I I 'vt ll 1'Y I A , A I ,yy . . , K1 I,1 I V .-f, . 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Af .44 u yi' 32, 4-.id Q L o . film ,- nf, 1 '. .11 I-X C -1 - , - QF .WAY 58 'Z ' 5 1' -er 9 ...SG ,ga CLASS HISTORY The class hrstorx' flow could am one descrlbe on paper the wonderful thxnvs that haxe happened to us these last four sears How can sou put 1nto words the transxtron from t1m1d Freshmen to honored Semorsu CAt least, we lrlxe to thmlt were honored'D But an end to these dramatncs Nix assngnment 15 to state a few statlstlcs of the Class of 1956 Freshnes' Creenxes' These w ere the und1gn1f1ed names that were thrown at us that f1rst vear My how that hurt our prrdc' Our offlcers Shcrla Alrhart Presxdcnt, Secrctarx and Nlargre lN1cltles Treasurer drd the1r best to orgamze the class funds To represent us on the school s gox crnmg body Ronnle Shanor Rav Fortner and Sherla Alrhart were chosen Our ueen Attendant was Nancy Thompson We really felt lmportant when the 54 of us succeeded nn holdmg our frrst class party 1n November Now It was our turn to speak of the Freshmen as small frv Our blggest task for the sophomore year was choosmg our class jackets as we wanted somethmg drfferent, we decrded upon Jackets, wlth of all thmgs hoods' Our offrcers thxs vear were Ray Fortner, Kenny Fowler, Soma Trarog and Esther Aman Student Councrl members were Shrrlev Arrhart lNancy Thompson, and Ray Fortner Amanda Palmer was our appealmg Home commg attendant Durmg our jumor year we spent manv hours plannmg the Jumor scmor prom YVL clccted class offlcers B111 Clbbs Stan Surmw Banu Poth canmc Xlax and began orgamzmg for the brg dax Mas 1-lth IXlll8IlCC Countrx was chosen for the prom scene and from all reports It w as a huge success Sallv XK7lDlxl'l8I't B111 G1bbS and r XX mlthart represented us on the Student Councrl Another bug rcsponslbllltv was the unlor lp omt As 15 thc trldmon wc sold food at all football and basketball grmcs Put ohnson enhanced the Homecommg scene when she w IS chosen attendant to the ueen After much clcbatc we chose our class rmgs Shula fxlfllllft Canmbal ueen was prcscnted after much hard work Now there are only 36 lrfr rn our class Each of us has found that thls IS the buslest sear of all Mxss Bremer who was our farthful guxde for three vears IS wlth us agam For our last wear we chose the followmg offrcers Sherla Alrhart Presrdent Carl Nofsmger V1cePres1 dent Margle Nlcltles Secretary and Nancv Thompson Treasurer Pat johnson Sherla Arrhart and Kennv Fowler represent us on the Student Council Davrd Eberly was our football eaptam and 1m Provost and Ken Fowler were basketball cocaptams Nancv Thompson was our lox elv Homecommg ueen wrrh Dorls Adams 'ls her senior attendant We sold Nasarre Hlgh sweat shlrts sponsored two square dances and held work davs Our hrgh school dass concluded wrth the prom, gradua txon and thc senlor trlp to XfV85hlDgIOD, D C and New Yorlt Cnty ' Y , 4. - - Y lj, ' Y '. A .13 . ' D . ' ' ' ',, I. l ' 4 ' I 7 . . . ' V . Y . I . V y . . y . - x 2 ' ' , 1 s Sf ' . l . ' x Y . . . I ik.. L QI ' ' ,I '. , ' ' -n ' s x 1 1, vs - x ' ' 1' ' Nancy Thompson -Vice-President, Paul G1-Qrzingcr- was elected editor of the annual. Our class play, "The , A L - 1- , - Y - - - , Q f- ,. . L , . ' 1 V ' I ' L . 1 v , v 1 ' ' , Y . u V Y Y. . : , , , , D . . - . , . A . - . 1 ' ' y D D r - 2 , lf ll I ' ' I- - ' a 1 , . a . - , 1- ' , J' V i , , , l , Y I . Q . . V ' ' l t, ' Q . ' I I 7 4 V I V . - ' ' Y A I ' ' ' Y r' - . u ' ' 1 s 1 ' , ' ' . . 21 CLASS WILL We the graduating class of Nayarre High School in the year one thousand nine hundred and fifty six being of sound mind and body do hereby declare this to be our last yyill and testament I MATILDA YOUNG do hereby yyill and bequeath my trayel mg ability to Beyerlv ones I NANCY POTH do hereby yyrll and bequeath my ability to drlve vyithout a license to Joan Colucy l PAUL SCHAUER do hereby yyill and bequeath my quiet yyays to Malcom MacNab I PETE SHRAKE do hereby yyrll and bequeath my ability ta get along vuth Freshman girls to Loyyell Bixler I CARY OCTAVIO do hereby yy ill and bequeath my drums to Dick Maston I JACK VVIINKHART do hereby yyill and bequeath my fust clarinet chair to Judy Kenny I PAUL VVANNER do hereby yy ill and bequeath my bass horn to Carol Cunningham I CARL NOFSINCER do hereby will and bequeath my short hair cut to Tom Gaut I SHEILA AIRHART do herebv yyill and bequeath my bermuda shorts and knee socks to Roger Huth I VVALTER lNOFSINCER do hereby yyill and bequeath my ability to use my dad s car to Ronnie Angerer I PAT JOHNSON do hereby yyill and bequeath my yoice lessons to Marla Sidey I JR WINKHART do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get into trouble vyrth Mr VV1sard to Hartford Harding I EANNIE MAY do herebv yyrll and bequeath my desire to be a nurse to Cary Appleby I SONIA TIAROC do herebv yyill and bequeath myself to Gerald Brinker I RAY VVHITMER do hereby vyrll and bequeath my long srdeburns to Richard Baker I MARGARET NOFSINCER do herebv vytll and bequeath my abilrtv to get A s in Democracy to Arliene Lmerode I ELEANOR BAIR do herebv will and bequeath my abrlitv to get to get to bed early to Sandv Duncan and Carl Heater get along vyrth Miss Nydeggar to Darcy Axe I NANCY THOMPSON do hereby vyill and bequeath a real powerful car my Chevv to Ronnle Rank n I CHARLENE GEOPFERT do hereby yytll and bequeath my clarinet to Paul anson I BILL GIBBS do herebv yyill and bequeath my ability to get along yyrth Massillon girls to errv Buck I STANLEY SURNIAY do herebv vyill and bequeath my loye for small girls to VVayne Turner I DAVID EBERLY do hereby yyrll and bequeath my manly stature to Craydon Adams I DON RANCEL do hereby yylll and bequeath my height to Neil Gates and Dean Amos I RAY FORTINER do hereby yyill and bequeath my eyer running Cheyy to Chuck Ceis I PAUL CRETZINCER do hereby yyrll and bequeath m ability to race yyrth Staties to Barney Hooy er I DORIS ADANIS do hereby yyrll and bequeath my ability to get A in conduct to Sally VK hyte I KEN FOVK LER do hereby yyill and bequeath my Job rf picking up paper after Democracy class to Ruth Coedel I EANIXIE MAY do hereby yyill and bequeath my first sayt chair in band to Suzanne Ycucht I SHEILA AIRHART do hereby yyrll and bequeath my talka tiye yyays to Barbara Airhart I SONIA TIAROC do hereby yyill and bequeath my cheer leading uniform to ohn Norris I NANCY POTH do hereby yyill and bequeath my baton to Bill Dunlap I CORACENE WEBER do hereby yylll and bequeath my flute to Robert VVmkler I KEN FOVVLER do herebv yyill and bequeath my basketball uniform to Jack Define I STAN SURMAY do hereby vull and bequeath mv ability to argue to Sylyla Null I DAVID EBERLY do hereby yy ill and bequeath my positron as left tackle on the football team to Shelba Patterson VVe JEANINIE MAY and CHARLENE CEOPFERT do hereby yyill and bequeath our fun on the skating bus to Betty Trmney We MARCIE INICKLES and CORACENE YI EBER do hereby yyill and bequeath our ability to fall asleep m Health class to Joe Yoder I JACK VVINKHART do hereby vyrll and bequeath my ability to stav out of trouble to YValter Agnes I ESTHER AMAN do hereby vyill and bequeath my quiet yy ays to Caroline Smith I WOODY VVINKHART do hereby yyill and bequeath my ability to ay oid girls to Carl Proyost I RAY VVHITMER do hereby yyill and bequeath mv ability to 3X0ld automobile accidents to Earl Yoder I CHARLENE GEOPFERT hereby yyrll and bequeath mv class ring to Julia Stutv I PAUL VVAINNER hereby vyill and bequeath my seat in Chemrstrv class to Jean Vogely I ELEANOR BAIR do hereby vytll and bequeath my long lane to yvalk each morning to Ernest Wanner I JOE SKIRTICH do hereby yylll and bequeath my yy rtty remarks to Robert Shonk I JIM PROVOST do hereby vynll and bequeath my basketball uniform to Carolyn VVoolard I BARBARA HOOVER do hereby vull and bequeath my loye for Beach City boys to Sherrv Loretto I ESTHER AMAN do herebv yyill and bequeath my secretarial ability to Nancv Nicevyander I JIM PROVOST do hereby yyill and bequeath mv loye for I SALLY VVINKHART do hereby yylll and bequeath my loye for school to mv sister Melyerna VV1nkhart I CORACENE VVEBER do hereby yyrll and bequeath my horse back riding ability to Ruth Herntzelman I MARGIE NICKLES do hereby will and bequeath my ballet lessons to Jim Luckrrng I VIRGINIA KELLY do hereby vull and bequeath my short hand ability to oyce acobs I DON SCHEUFFLER do hereby vull and bequeath my loye for Democracy to Bob Kelly I 'XIARCARET LEIGHLY do hereby yyrll and bequeath my seat in the senior room to my sister Mabel Lerghly VVe THE SENIOR CLASS do hereby yytll and bequeath our ability to talk Mr VK rsard out of tests in Democracy class to e Junior class Vle THE SENIOR CLASS do hereby yyrll and bequeath our ability to gad around school yyithout permission slips to e sophomore class Vic THE SENIOR CLASS de hereby yy ill and bequeath our ability to hold organized class meetings to the freshman class Vie THE SENIOR CLASS do hereby yyill and bequeath to the future classes of Nay arte High School yyhat else Mr Vhsards old Jokes' 4"Nf C Y Y , I 1, 1 1 1 7 1 V. T Y V. Y L Y' V Y 1 I 7 1 Y 7 I I. 7 7 I 1 1' y , I Y Y 1 . V V . . V , 1 1 .V ' 1 1 ' 1 L 1 .I V V. Y 1 7 4 ' Y Y . 1 7 Y 1 , V V. . Y Y ' s I ,'- 1 1 .' I .I 1 1 I 1 I - -' I - , Y Y Y. Y J Y Y Y Y I Y Y ' ' Y Y I V V V. V .. V V . . V V A V V V V V. . . V 1 I 1 ll I y l l I - ' 2 1 1 , Y Y , " . V , V. V . 1 I Y Y 1 Y ' Y 1 I' 1 V V V V 1 1 .I 1 1 I ' . Y Y Y. Y 1. Y Y 1 Y A ' Y Y 1 1' 1 ' 1 1 1 Y Y 1 ' ' ' Y Y V. I ' Y Y Y V. Y l V ' 1 , ' Y Y 1 V V V . . . V . V V V Y Y V. Y , ' Y Y 1 I, JOE SKIRTICH, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to one girl to Kenny Bair. Y. 'E Y . 7 Y Y Y. 'Y Y 1 1 Y- , I 1 ' l ' Y 1Y 4 Y X ' Y Y 1' Y V V V V. - . . .. V . I ' I - 1 1 ' Y Y , I , ' 1 I V , V 1 V 1 1' - I I 1 " ' ' " ' J 1 J . ' 1 , 1' 1 1 1 V V 1 1' 1 , , 1 I If , V- 1 - 1 1 1 . 1 1 .I I . I I V' ' , . V'. ' ' 1 ' 1 I I 1 l 1 ,' " .' ' ' ' ' V' . 7' ' V1 th 1 1 ,- V I . 1 A 1 .' Y I 1 1 .' ' 1 - 1 .V 'I .' 1 ' ,' . ' 1 I - 1, 1 , ,- - - ' 1 I ' 1 . 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CLASS PRGPHECY September 18, 1971 Tampa, Florida Dear Mm Bremer, It has been frfteen years smce the Class of 1956 has graduated Thmgs have certamly changed and so has the class of "56" On our 'round the world trlp whrch we started on May 20, 1971, frfteen years followrng the senror trrp, we looked up many of our old classmates We climbed aboard the yet lrner at MacD1ll alr base and as we entered the plane we were very surprrsed to fmd that our hostess was none other than our old school mate Charlene Geopfert We managed to chat wrth Charlene awhlle and found that our prlot was Bull Grbbs Our frrst stop was New York and who should board the plane but Professor Joseph Skrrtrch He sat rn the seat opposrte us and mformed us of hrs great accomplxshments rn hrs study of the endurance of St Bernards rn the Swrss Alps He was on hrs way back to Swrtzerland to frnxsh hrs experrmental actrvltres We stopped at Swrrzerland and went drrectly to the Altdorf Hotel 1n Bern There we met the manager who to our surprrse was Paul Wanner Paul told us that he was domg well and was very pleased to see us He told us that Don Rangel was on an expedltron rn the Swrss Alps and that Carl CCorkyJ Nofsmger was hrs partner After a wonderful tlme there we sald good bye to Paul and went by tram to Rome Italy We were starved when we arrrved and stopped rn at a frne lookrng Italran nrght club As we looked at the menu we notrced that the name of the club was Octavrolrs The name bemg famrlrar we mqurred as to who was the owner We were amazed to f1nd out that rt was Gary Octavro The walter told us that Gary had hrs own orchestra at the club and so we stayed for the floor show We found that jack Wmkhart was frrst clar1net1st rn the orchestra and that Gary was drummer After an enyoyable evenmg we retlred to our hotel The next day we vrsrted the art gallerles and saw many of the great pamtmgs of the new and famous artrst Coragene Muskoff Weber That evenrng we attended the openrng premrer of Mlss Sherla Wordell Alrhart concert pranrst After the concert we managed to talk to Shenla back stage and told her of the old classmates we had seen The next mornrng we boarded the plane-destrnatron Afrrca Upon our arrrval rn Afrlca we were fortunate to yoln a safarr through the Belgran Congo Our gulde turned out to be none other than jungle Jrm Provost He managed to get us safely through the wrlds of the Congo We stopped at a mrssronary vrllage and found that Mrss Nancy Thompson was teachlng there Nancy showed us about the vrllage and pomted out many thmgs of lnterest We asked her lf she was lonely and her answer was no because Ray was teachmg m a nerghborlng vrllage After a week rn Afrlca we left for Chma We went drrectly to Shanghar We hlred a ymrrkrsha and who should be pullmg If but Donald Schuffler who owned the jmr1k1sha Transportatron Agency Bemg acquarnted wrth Shanghar he took us to many places of rnterest We went to an Orrental nrght club and saw Ken Fowler a navy man now statloned rn Shanghar srttrng at a table wrth some other servrcemen We asked hrm about Dorrs and he sard she had her own beauty shoppe rn Navarre named Dons Beauty Salon Well try to do what nature dldnt Ken saxd he expected to go home soon After chattmg wrth hrm for awhrle we sard good bye and went to our hotel The next day we left for Hawau We stayed at the Aloha Hotel and saw Margle Nrckles rn her brkmr sunmng on the beach She told us that Paul Gretzlnger and Pete Shrake were there on busmess They are rn the cocoanut shreddrng busmess After leavmg Margre we walked down the beach and saw Sally Wrnkhart gatherrng up sea shells for her rare collectlon Sally told us her home was now rn Hawan and she was expectlng Soma Tlarog and her famrly to vrsrt her for the summer Sally muted us to drnner but we told her we had to catch the next plane for Calrfornla Upon arrrvmg ln Callfornla we saw Esther rn a restaurant and she muted us to stay overmght She told us that Matllda Young was also hung ID Callfornra Matrlda IS a secretary of the Lonely Hearts Club rn Los Angeles Also rn Cahfornm was V1rg1nra Kelly who w as a shorthand mstructor at UCLA From there we went to Texas where Dave Eberly and Woodrow Wrnklnrt were famous orl tycoons We yrsrted thelr penthouses rn the cnty and thelr brg ranches From there we took a tram to New Orleans Loursrana to see the Mardr Gras There we saw Margaret Nofsmger who was drrector of the Mardl Gras From New Orleans we flew to Ohlo There we found many of our old classmates strll at home The flrst one we saw was eannre May w ho sud she w is reglstered at Aultman Hospltal We then went to the farm of Stan and Nancy Surmay Rl1lCl'l was located on the outsklrts of Rlchxnlle Nancy and Stan sand that Ray V'h1tmer ow ned the nelghbormg farm and specnahzed rn rarsrng razor back hogs We then went to Beach Cnty to v1s1t Margrret Lelghley and her small family of seven boys and one glrl From there we drove to Doyer to usrt Eleanor Barr and her husband who owned a do lf yourself dry cleaning busmess As we were on our way back to Navarre we saw Paul Schauer who was carrymg his crock of money to the bank lt seems Pull was domg well rn the pottery busmess Last but not least we saw Walter Nofsmger who was ow ner of Nofslngers Farm Supply Co Well Miss Bremer lfter 1 wonderful trrp rround the world wt haxe fmtlly reached home agam We hope you haxe enyoyed our letter of 1 happy reumon wrth our old classmates We hope nn future years that we may meet our frrends agam and reuye our old frlendshlps Sincerely yours 24 Barbara Hoover and Pat johnson , . . , I . , . . 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X 1' ,wk J Q fm -R SODHOMORE CLASS Row One: Marla Kalp, Carol Martin, Lavonne Boughman, Richard Garver, Jim Loretto, Judy Lintner, Richard Nofsinger, Noel Paulus, June Boughman, Judy Sago. Row Two: Mr. Brideweser, Linda Milhoan, Virginia Daly, Eleanor Kubinski, Yvonne Mason, Phyllis Kindelberger, Myra Piper, Mary Lou Define, Karen Fowler, Carol Luckring, Jerry Nofsinger, Dan Poth, Miss O'Dell. Row Three: Marlene Fitch, Joanne Neiden- thal, Judy Haas, Gloria Foster, Helen Sewell, Jayne Frederick, David Grimm, Dale Davis, Don Cooke, Paul Simmons, Carol Rose, Nancy Gerber. Row Four: Lloyd Hensel, Robert Fischer, David Owen, Jim Evans, David Baker, Arthur Janson, Jerry Frease, Ken Airhart, Richard Tormasi, Allen Putt, Gary lNlcCusker, Jerry VVallar, Ronald Adams. No longer green Freshmen, these boys and girls have started the long campaign to "build up the treasury." Money-making projects included dances after the games, tax stamp collecting, sale of bumper-stickers for ears, and basketball programs. Their biggest task of the year was the choosing of their class jackets, which will be delivered next September. Good luck to next year's juniors! OFFICERS Carol Luckring, President Myra Piper, Treasurer Judy Haas, Vice-President Nancy Gerber, Secretary 6 4? Ages Lf' f 'hw -f. .Q if xgfw A , ,Q 1 rug V f 7 2 " .', w -FK W J 4 1' M 'JS f 'M M 2 f, - P- 1:4 P x r ' ,. QAQ1. - , . W, . A N 4 1 gg I ' ,hh A R ' l W nm , Q K, . """' f f' rf --iv f f :ff 5' ww ' :i x , S. ,, M ,ji gy, 3 itil!! 45816 aims, t fm- A M V f 35' I in . ' 4' W' 'Km M. nv A in L ::, Tj. Sita dai E 9 f v. 'K ww -:W N Wa f' ,. , ..,-. 5 I S... FU' ,R V.. :R .:, .4 'ull 1.4 9.51 ., CLASS Row One: Bonnie Ioerst, Linda Sterner, Judy VVhit'mer, ham, Ernie Eceleston, David Roweg Mary Ann Heestand, Susan Dutton, Brenda Stinson, Charlene Pool, Margie Suzanne Swafford, Sandra Saffell. Row Three: Eugene Gatt, ,ludy Riordan, Darlene Edlcroate, Darlene Patterson. Daly, lames Haueter, Myron Piper, Harvey Myers, Dennis Row Two: Mr. Calyo, ,lohn Bingley, Roy Johnson, Speicher, Jonathon Coucly, Lewis Page, Cary Selway, Arletta Barr, llelen Norris, Kay Stucler, Vllalter Cunning- Bob Morrow, Chris Vogley, Bob Miller, Margaret Howard. At the end of their first high school term. we find these Freshies off to a good start. They sponsored dances after games, held halge sales and a paper driye. Next year they will he ready to usher the new lireshmen into high school with that "know-it-all" look of a Sophomore. Good luelal 29 Fire Drill I Q . JS-NN PM Studq Hall .,Nm., 'X CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 1.4---f1""""' !,,,,,..,f-I J,,.v""' ,HM A,,-"" X NATIONAL H0uoR SOCIETY .SL Y '? Noutlo nol Honor Socletq Esther Aman, Sheila Airhart, Carol Cunningham, Nancy Thonipson, Cumgcnc Vvcbcr, Jack XVinlQhurt, Richard Baker, Jerry Buck, Margie Nicklcs. WNV Olliccrs llrwirlwit Sl1L'll.l .XlI'l1.1I'I lvlu'-l7v'r'ihlc'lIf Kon Fowler Sccrvtnrw Put lolniwn T-7'L'L1SI1VL'?' Carol I uulrrinq 32 Student Council Ken Fowler, Sheila Airhart, Pat Johnson, Carol Luckring, Tom Hay, Judy Sago, Louis Page, Ronnie Rankin, Richard Baker, Allan Putt, Joan Vllinkhurt, Mclvcrna YVinkhart. 2, 116.7 V llavarre, Ohio April, 1955 AFF EE , 219 tor.......... eeeeeeeena-nay Potb ager Ed1tor..........Sonia Tiarog ertislng ' Margaret Leighley iness Manager.........Esther Aman 'tl Managing Editoreeeceeeseeeeeee ................Charlene Geoptert .....Coragene Weber 3 Pat Johnson dlineeeaeeeeeaeeaeaeeE10BnO1' Bair culation Managers................ .....Sslly Wlnkhart 5 Doris Adams rts EditOreeeeaeeeev1rg1niB ...................Barbara Hoover ture Editor........Nanoy Thompson 't Feature Editor Sheila Airhart ior Reporter...........Jeanie lay de School N878 Ed1t0l'8aeaeaeeeeea argaret Nofainger k Matilda Young .1. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS SENIOR If you've seen some Seniors with hiny object on their finger, it probably their class ring. we them the first week in August. e Seniors didn't get theirs yet, they'll be getting them pretty n. Our Senior pictures will be taken etime around the end of October. we are selling red sweatshirts, ch are 32.75 each. If you want , you can buy it from any Senior. can pay 31.50 down and 31.25 n you get it or you can pay the 75 now. October fourteenth is deadline for the orders. Our play, which is 'Our Hearts e Young and Gay', a comedy in ee acts, is going to be presented amber nineteenth. The members of cast are: Doris Adams, Sheila hart, Dave Eberly, Ray Fortner Fowler, Charlene Geopfert, Bill bs, Paul Gretzinger, Barbara ver, rat Johnson, Margie Nickles, y Octavio, Jim Provost, Nancy mpson, Coragene Weber, Sally art, and Jack Winkhart. We are sponsoring a dance after Jackson game. Everyone try and end Juwvow r v ha e C pup ls class e have one new mem er, Vorley from 'anton Soutr ass hav' P P52 e October 29 Selling Phri 'nas is anotner of our money making jects he Juriors are also a Victory Vance af er the Game on Uctober 29 , - and come Fa Q-,L HOLLY BOP On December 22, at 8:30 p.m., the Speech, Vocal, and Instrumental de- f'i5-N fb fn Oo 'Z partments are sponsoring a Christmas Dance. It ia semi-formal. Dick The annual Christmas program will be presented Wednesday evening, December 21, in the high school auditorium, at 7:30 p.m. The program includes selections bv the Rhythm Band pupils from grade one: christmas scenes and chorus for zrade twog choral readings, several christmas plays and carolers from grades three, four, five, and sixg candlelight processional and carol singing junior hieh and high school Proups with the audience joininr in program is Mrs. Gena instructor, teachers. NAVARRE BEATS BREWSTER closing songs. the under the direction of Evans, vocal music and the vrade schooi The Navarre Rams defeated the Brewster Railroaders, after being behind the entire game, by a score of PO-78. This game proved to be a new individual scoring record for Navarre. The team as a whole played an evcellent Fame but Kenny Fowler was top scorer with L2 points and Ronnie Rankin had 13. me were losing by lb points at the beginning of the fourth quarter but Jim Luckring made the winning basket with 10 seconds left to play. The reserve team lost their game bv a score of Ll-L7. Richards' Orchestra is furnishing the music. Admission is 81.50 a couple and 75d for a single ticket. No one under thirteen will be my mitted. Adults, as well as students are cordially invited. The auditorium will be decorated. There'1l be a Christmas tree with lights and tinsel. You'1l truly be dancing under the stars. Come one , come alll NAVARRE SCHOOL 1929-1955 Although in 1929 the Navarre School had not yet been consolidated with the township schools, it was already growing in population. The township schools were taken in durlnc the late thirties. The enrollment has rlsen steaiilv since Cf'lBt tl?lB Bild m8!'lf,' Chan.-gg have taken place. In 1929 there were 16 craduates, ten years later, there were 55 and in 1949 there were 35 oraduates craduates. Dlrinc this vear of 1955-1956 students, there are SP3 rrade-school 218 high-school students, and teachers. Everyone is anxiously waiting the completion of the new addition to the high school. SPEECH CLUB First Row: Kenny Fowler, Don Rangel, James Willis. Second Row: Barbara Hoover, Doris Adams, Charlene Geopfert, Coragene Weber, Jim Provast. Third Row: Sally Winkhart, Sheila Airhart, Nancy Thompson, Gary Octavio, Miss O'Dell. LATIN CLUB CAM' First Row: Myra Piper, Lavonne Boughman, Joanne Ncidenthal, Carol Rose, Judy Sago Boughman. Mary Lou Define. Second Row: Richard Carver, Neil Gates. Helen Sewell, Blcffuslaer, llichard Tormasi, Kenny Airhart, ,lane Frederick, Judy llaas. Nancy Gerber, Martin. 34 Bow One: Sally Baltzer, Carole W'inkhart, Marla Kalp, Jane Roebuck, Judy Lintner, Susan Dutton, Lynda Sterner, Charlene Pool, Brenda Stinson. Row Two: Miss Bremer, Linda Milhoan, Sharon Hackathorn, Margie Caut, Judi Riordan, Virginia Daly, Eleanor Kubinski, Yvonne Mason, Absentee, Judy Whitmer. Y-Teens M Row One: Suzanne Feucht, Matilda Young, Carol VVink- hart, Bonnie Jogerst, Sally Baltzer, Margaret Breniser, Karen Thomas, Judy XVhitmer, Jane Robuck, Linda Sterner, Susan Dutton, Linda Milhoan, Sharen Hacka- thorn. Row Two: Miss Nydeggar, Shelba Patterson, Mel- verna Vllinkhart, Lavonne Boughman, Judy Lintner, Rochelle Johnson, Martha MacNab, Rebecca Miller, Joyce Margie Gaut, Brenda Stinson, Judy Riordan, Joan Louisa Linerode, Sherry Loretto, Margaret De Angelis. Row Three: Myra Piper, Esther Bair, Coragene VVeber, Doris Adams, 1 Hoover, Nancy Thompson, Charlene Geopfert, : May, Sonia Tiarog, Pat Johnson, Nancy Nice- wander, Carolyn VVoollard. Beverly Jones, June Bough- man. Bow Four: Marla Sidey, Lois Edwards, Kay Studcr, Nancy Poth, Margie Nickles, Barbara Airhart, Kathleen Bates, Marlis VVanner, Faith Doerflinger, Norma Eaves, Margaret Howard, Helen Sewell, Carol Luckring, Carol Rose, hlary Lou Define. Judy Sago, Joanne Neidenthal, Ruth Heintzleman, Carol Heater. Row Five: Carol Martin. Nancy Gerber, Judy Haas, Carol Cunningham, Sandra Duncan, Ruth Coedel, Mary Ann Heestand, Sandra Saffel, Sheila Airhart, Mabel Leighley, Sally XVhyre, Susan Swafford, Joan Colucy, Judy Kenny, Arleine Linerode. Jean Vogley, Jayne Fredericlc. 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N ' ,fi fi 5 .Q. ,Qfej ,. ,, 3 5 ., Row One: Monica Napier, Dorothy Davies, Bonnie Benjamin, Eileen Kienzle, Eleanor Kienzle, Alice Hughes, Virginia Latham, Ina Riley. Row Two: Mrs. Crace Brown, Paul Arrendale, Terry Cater, Ronnie VVendling, Sammy Aman, Lynn Lehman, Glenn Dillon, Howard Beckelhimer. Row Three: Danny Pittson, Buddy Smail, Cary Tucker, ,luck Shroyer, Helen Loretto, Clifford McCoy, Portia Patterson. Row Four: jon Ulbright, Stanley VVinkler, Nancy Boughman, Tommy Kenny, Yvonne VViita. GRADE 6 Rou One Sharon Paulua Daud Niexers Sara Sago Bob Bendurc Dan Agnes 'Xaclalee Ilax Judith Bair Larn llaehman Hou Tuo 'Xlr Reeh Rodney Tsler Ken Mmglex udnh Vhnlrhart Douglie Angcrman Lee Kxme Nlanlxn Qnhaller mcg Bnclenbaugh Hou Three Bill 62 I' l Rose Tom Eccleston Don Hilton jane Dillinger 'Xlargery Boughman Alfrelcla I.ll'IQI'0ClL Rochard Reed Que Blartm Linda Owens Absent Dick Stuclu Pauline Nofsinget and Lam Com Row One Terrv Cnbble, Karen Linkfield, Mary Thomp- son Richard YVagner udy Doll, Beverly Bendure, Virginia Edwards Roxann Hoover. Row Two: Mrs. Crossklaus, Francis Boughman Cheryl Radabaugh, June Evans, Sharon Allison Pamela Hill Dorella Henthorne, Jennifer Villard, ane Dales Pattv Hudoclc. Row Three: Carol Dutton, GRADE S Row One: Janet Turner, Beth Thompson, Chester Hudson, Kristine Hershberger, Sam Miller, Betty VVhitmer, Victor Miller, Linda Shelt, Kathy Aman. Row Two: Mrs. McNemar, Juanita Tyler, Margaret Bendure, Carolyn Stewart, James Kirkbride, John Heater, Keith Speicher, Loren Mahaffey, Harold Kindelberger, Carolyn Anderson, Sandra McCoy, Jackie Lantzer. Row Three: Wilma Grades 4815 5 Dillon, Jackie Loretto, David Shelt, Philip Johnson, Louise Mahaffey, Tim Edwards, Linda Swafford, Budd Kingwall, Clarence Estep, Ethel Schreckengost, Vincent Nofsinger. Row Four: Danny Collins, Daryl Nofsinger, James Shep- herd, Robert Shelt, Tom Bair, Betty Caut, Leroy Miller, Margaret Gardner, Bill Piatlco, Arlene VVhitmer, Carl Meyers. Lester VVagner. 63 Lynn Agnes, Karen Boals, Judy VVilton, John Martin, Susan Owen, Virginia Miller, Suzanne Bixler, Jane McAfee. Row Four: Sandra Fanlchauser, Terry Muskoff, Jack Franklin, Tommy Gerbeck, Jay Maxfield, Larry Thwaite, Terry Roe, Gregory Snyder, Timmy VVhitmer, Row One: Sharon Hart, Donald Breniser, Gregory Dancy, Charlotte Riley, Brenda Hamsic, Marie Estep, Allen Lehman, Robert Thomas. Row Two: William Mason, Rose Krotky, Bonnie Hogue, Tom Cunningham, Michael Miller, Larry Boughman, Delma Willis, Shirley Miller. Row Willis, Patricia Loyd, Barbara Rust, Charles Cope, Charles Baltzer, Charles George. Row Four: Harley Lehman, Meta Arrendale, Susan Klert, Jerry Adams, Eugene Barkan, William Thomas, Jeannette Callahan, Doris McCoy, Glendon Smail. Three: Mrs. Motz, Erielca Sago, Linda Null,,Marlene GRADE 3 Row One: Rita Runnion, Steve VVireman, Sandra Collins, Robert Bair, Donald Baltzer, Ronald Baltzer. Galen King. Danny jones. Row Two: Charles Nleador, David Gerber, Parry Yr-ho, Jackie SILIUII, John Raynard, Billy Davis, Sara ,lane llowanl, Carol Ann laberg. Row Three: Mrs. lubcy, lane Angcrinan, Chrissy Nl11cNab. Yvette Viliita, 64 Ann Kilctte, Donna Miller, Tommy Snyder, Donna ,lean XVinlahart. Connie Koster. Ron' Four: Cheryl iNleCoy, john Kime, David llallscherl, Tommy Tschantz. Frank Rowe. Kathryn Pctfsrman. Phillip Cochran. pilvsent: lone Britlenbaugh. GRADE 3 9- Row One: Darlene Stinson, Mary Lou Miller, Freda Dillon, Ronald Thomas, Donald Thomas, C-ladys Taylor, Michael Axe, ,lane Kenny. Row Two: John Bixler, Con- stantina Demis, Timothy Hardwick, Georgia Hall, Sue VVhitmer, Faye Simler, Rae Schaefer, Karen Mace. Row Three: Mrs. Knight, Charles Emmert, james Vllood Bertha Sullivan, Lunn Feucht, Larry Potts, ,lack Rasch Robert Kimble, Paula Shelt. Row Four: jerry VVinkhart Janet Marsh, Cary Shaw, Carl Kirlcbricle, Sharon Paugh GRADE 3 Row One: Phillip Loyd, Claudia Stephens, Jeannette Kirby, Phyllis Young, Terry Doll, Charlotte Miller, Patsy Parr, Martha Lewis. Row Two: Miss Harkins, Carolyn lark, Sally Troup, Sandra Provost, Susan King, Janice VVinkler, Patricia Bechtel, Suzanne VVinlchart. Row Three: Pamela Thwaite, Larwain Peterrnan, Harry Mc- Cleacl, Shirley Vogelpohl, Paul Heater, Delbert Arrendale, Donna Boughman, Bobby Benjamin. Row Four: Peggy Brown, Charles Carter, jimmy Stewart, Donald Null. 65 GRADE 2 Row One: Russell Johnson, Jimmy Jacobs, Norman Estep, Joe Davis, Donald Troup. Row Three: Eugene Ferrebe, Gary McCoy, Susan Small, Judy Winkhart, Robert Blick- enderfer, Darlene Studer. Row Two: Mrs. Shanabrook, Dennis, George, Susan Cotton, Suzanne Sterner, Becky Kime, Michael Short, Kenneth Bardan, Robert Piatko, Rockwell Villard, Bonnie Latham, Russell Kirkbridge, Patty Foster, Catherine Demis, Carolyn VVinkhart, Susan Muskoff, David Jewell, Paul Werstler. GRADE 2 Ron' One: Donald Gates, Wlilliam Bertram, Sue VVireman. Thompson, Randy Tucker, Sandra Daugherty Susette Stewart, Sue Seharver, Susan Stewart, Karen Fmrnert, Ernest llaugh, Teddy Provost, John Lantler, Jayne Seese. Ron' Two: Victor llaut. Linda Cue, linda Brown. Hon' Four: Teal Frankhauser, Bcmon Tyler Donald Lint. James Vkinkhart, Robert Stantz, Janice Keller, Nancy lluclock, Karen Sue Crahle, Robert Kinsc Tr-fry Shelter, Joey' Sproul. Ron' Three: Mrs. Cole. David 66 GRADE Z Row One: Bonnie Miller, Marion Fuller, Roy Anderson, Kenneth Napier, George Emmert, James Smertz, Jimmy Meador, Glenn Haught. Row Two: Ronald Hitchings, james McCoy, David Cater, Lula Belle Tschantz, Terry Winkhart, Eileen Eddleblute, Valle Brown, Kenneth Lee. GRADE 1 Row Three: Mrs. Brown, Marcia Hackathorn, Linda Kirby, Donald Hudson, Susan VVidmer, Donnie Hamrick, VValter Studer Ir., Judy Johns, George Sherman. Row Four: Roger Egnor, Linda Sullivan, Cheryl Dye, John Potts. Row One Robert Boughamn, Glenda Kimble, Marsha Van Camp, Patch Riley, Gene Spriggs, Cathryn Anderson, Craig Coffey, Elaine Harless. Row Two: David Snyder, Ronnie Doll, Allen Hogue, Mary Dillon, Susan Amold, Donald Willis, Robert Ziegler, Jane Bixler, Randy Smith, Larry Miler. 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S' I WIP' 1 2 QI' L BREWSTER DAIRY MANUFACTURERS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS Qualify Swiss Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Calby Cheese, Brick Cheese, Ice Cream an uHer Phone 7-488I A Brewsier, Oh ICE ill!!! Comphmenfs of BILLS DINER -ry-IIS CANTON E MASSILLON VUL, NORTH CANTON 102 Qu, CORNER GRILL W C Complumenfs of KIWANIS CLUB NAVARRE INC 16763 AMAN S GARAGE L Aman TR 9 2244 There s a Ford in your Fufure' W W' SALES senvlce We Build I ' 1 U Complimenfs of I x5 xv, -K IOI . anal SI. O I Navarre, Ohio GL 311 I B. . I o Phone - ,D ,,,, .A N. Main Sireef 1 9 S 'z. Navarre, Ohio I6 S' ' xl F 7 Y 1 4 Xe' ' ll 9 ll 80 HOOVER FINE APPLIANCES around +he house around fhe world READ YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER WITH CARE TO DISCOVER THE FREEDOM OF CHOICE THAT PROMISES YOU A RICHER LIFE THE EVENING INDEPENDENT Massnllon Ohio FARMERS SUPPLY C0 Phone Tr nlfy 9 2245 Navarre Oh o IITIRIATIOIAI. HARVESTER SYMBOL SERVICE Hur? CompIimen+s of I i ' - , I . I . I OF 8I Complumenls of GILBERT S ELECTRIC G E Dealer Compllmenls of MASSIll0N HARDWARE E0 39 Lincoln Way Wesl' Massillon Ohio Garden Ferhllzers and Seed Congralulahons 'Io e Class of 56 AL GRETZINGER YOU MUST BE Congralulahons 'ro SATISFIED The Class of I956l ROSKER AUTO PARTS 652 Soufh Erie Slreel Massillon Ohio Phone TE 2 I503 Complimenls of MASSIIIDN INDEPENDENT REIAII IEWEIERS Glenn P Heclcerl' SuH'er s Jewelry J L FromhoI+z C J Duncan Pifcoclx and Wagner Inc Na+ Weslman COMPLIMENTS A FRIEND Complimenls of DALE W. SNYDER GENERAL CONTRACTOR Buildings wilh a Fulure in your Fulure Esfablished I924 Dial GL 3 6867 STAIIlNEBER'S AIHEIIIC GOODS Bowling Shir'rs - Dresses Uniforms LeH'ering and Chenille 22I2 Tuscarawas SI. W. Canfon, Ohio I ' ' Sporling Goods, Tappan Ranges E. EXE. Navarre, Ohio . Eh - . OF I'- Complimenfs of LINTNER'S ADVERTISING SERVICE I . F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. I CounI'y Fair Shopping Cenfer - Pho e TR 9-55I6 N Na are Oho QUALITY SERVICE CanI'on Ohno H Us 47 LIncoIn Way W MassIIIon Ohno Phone TE 3 4I I5 M H MARTIN Bell and HoweII Mohon PICTUFB EquIpmen'I' 'For Homes Schools and Churches III8 Lncol Way E Mass Ilo Oh o Phone TE 2 7467 THE BEST MILK s assu ed by Ciy D y because I00 of Ihe Ik comes 'F om modern c fy nspec I :I fa ms ha ng Ihe e bulk m Ik sysfem R ghf I m 'Ihe sI'arI' un'I'II Ihey reach you I ble Cfy Da y p oducfs a e pro'I'ec'I'ed 'Ihro gh Ihe m sf ca ef IIy modern mefhods AT YOUR DOOR ll, A: IRIN DIaI TR 9 5523 320 Mam SI' SERVING YOU FLAVOR 6' HEALTH ff! FOR 493'-IRAN Q C17 I IIIIII I' ' E AT THE STORE DIaI TR 9 5403 INSIST ON E Cecll 5+ Cf1f..Qf.yfw SINCE I902 83 n 674 V r I I I O an in A I . O I ZIYVITSI IIRSI OVUA I O O I I n . I I fl, I I - - I r I air SX, K3 mi I I .I . '69- , . , I . v . 3 I o 43. 7 'I I v 5. ' . e r VI n w I . ,IFWJTH . 1 L' I ro I . r ' is .Ir rf- .0 ,ZQ - - , A ",l"1 ' -5'-Ili. E. 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W Y Compllmenfs of JOE GOLDENFIELD CIoI'hlng Furnishings Shoes L lwyw CompI menfs of GATTUSO MUSIC CENTER 3 M k S I1 62807 Complnmenis of STRIIIGERS SOI'IIO SERVICE LINCOLN WAY MOTORS Home of Safe Bu used cars Y I P" L I W 33I75 Comphmenfs of SURBEY FEED 8 SUPPLY Gram Feed Lime Cemeni' Fencing Efc fy? Bes+ Wishes +o 'rhe Class of 56 C S HENRICH MOTOR COMPANY L W P TE2 0 'W PIII L - 5. it I f-C I H. E. 'Ei-nvsun X uovon's I04 Lincoln a Wesf MasslIIon's No. I Sfore for Men Phone 343I Brewsier, Ohio i . , ' I . I l 0 ar ei' Avenue ouf I69 incon a . Canfon' Ohio Massillon, Ohio h Compleie Music Service ll ll Roufe 62 and 2I , II36 mcon ay E. Navarre, Ohio Phone Massillon, Ohio Dial Trini -22l2 I208 incoln ay E. Navarre, Ohio hone -380 Massillon, Ohio I 1 85 Z o 75 E UD O Z Z C Z' n w If Z gU -QUT 2 m-I Q-'W C gi m Z -I UI 121 2 194 22 fi ffh I L' WyE Complamenis of O KELLER GROCERY CO RODCHESTOR SQUARE Navarre Ohio K 95 14491 - E , . 4xftqO 05 ' 'Q' P TR 9-54l6 JOE S MARKET Fmesi' un Qualdy Grocerles Mears Fresh Frulfs and Vege+ables Compllmenfs of MASSILLON SUGAR BOWL PALACE SUGAR BOWL Palace Theafre Bulldmg Fme foods for 50 years STUDORS SPORTING GOODS ZI7 3 cl Si' N W Your sporhng goods speclahsfs Complnmenfs of fa, PINKY S KREMELAND N M Fresh from +he 'Freezer Congrarulahons fo fhe Class of 56 from fhe FROZEN FOOD CENTER h Prop W J Berlyoung Ph TR 9 2202 AGNES MARKET HOME DRESSED MEAT Ph TR9223I N O 3 I . , 4, B 0 ' O 3- 5 50 xtxyxo Ol 3 . 5 ,, gp., 3 l 5.5 xlig 30 3 5 ' Q ?8 .,'l' - - . - e - :- B . 6 CD ' - 3 n - 9' I O sl -.., --' Z TN U1 om 5 O 9' 5. I Q E . I Q 'll 0 C 1 1 l i 1 l 1 S 3 0 Q 0 - Q L I E U1 "Q 'Y . W -fb. EA Q I gf' f 4 0' 2 :1 Ol 3 vb 0 2'.' 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Ohio I 4I5 IncoIn a EMI, Genoa, Ohio I I 87 One of your rnghts as an Amerxcan rs the rnght to a secret F"""""' of ""'f"'P 9 merlcas gap top secret The Umted States Government has a lot of closely guarded secrets-weapons, strategxes, ways to fnght commumsm But of all of them, theres one thats more jealously guarded than all the rest And you re the only one who knows what that secret ls' ballot And you alone know how you mark your ballot No one sees rt, no one can mfluence you It s your secret In the Red dommated countrres, your vote nf you get one rs about as secret as a brass band playmg m a greenhouse You usually have only one candrdate to vote for A group of sharp eyed offxcrals checks your ballot to see that you voted the rxght way Some people, even m thrs country thmk that that s the way electrons should be run Most Amerrcans don t agree and IIS up to every one of us to see that our ballots remam secret lf we let the secret ballot get avvay from us, we can say goodbye to all our Amerncan rrghts-freedom of speech, free dom of relngron, freedom of press and all the others How can vve preserve these freedoms7 By speaking out strongly when we see them endangered By usnng our secret ballot eyery electron day to keep Amerxca free Remember they re your nghrs, so treat them rrght The Trmken Roller Bearmg Company The right to uork shall not be abrudged nor made xmpolenl ' DO YOU KNOW YOUR RIGHTS' As Amencans we have the greatest freedom and the hxghest standard of hvmg nn the world Help keep rr that way by knownng your nghts and guardnng them well Some of them are Rngb: m 'Rxgbt Io Freedom Freedom Rrghl 'Right Freedom Rrghl 'Rzgbl 'Rxgbi Rrgbr Rlgbl 'Right 'Rrgbl 'Rlgbl Rxght lo Freedom 'R1gb1 I0 Freedom 'Rrgbl to Freedom recret ballot know bou your umon .rpendr your duet ol xpeecb of the prerr erxlrnze odlnalr knou sularxer of your umon odxcerr from xearrb u rlbour u arram' pelxlron goxerrrmenl lor redresr of grretamrer bnou xl your umon oljxcerr are Comrnumstr bnou bou your muon xr run rpeedp und public lrral by jury belp ol u lauyer bear your employer r nde of duagreementx relure Io perrml lbe :herb off of umon due go duerl lo your boys urlb 4 grxexanre be prerurned mrmrenl unnl pruned gmlly to ann properly uorb dexpxle umon yurudz nonal drxpuler lo uork In any loralulv proper ruperr un n of yor r u non u elyare lundr lo Hart and nmnage 4 bmnuxs Freedom I0 make a prolrr 'Rrgbl noi lo be frred by muon leaderr "RngbI la role an rompvn x bex: offer 'These he nghrs you enpoy under tht Tuff llartltv law "Thus us a rughr enroyed by members of I mud Stttl Work ers CIO only when the Taft lhrllty law ns mvoktd THEY RE YOUR RIGHTS, TREAT THEM RIGHT' 88 O I ! 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