New Haven High School - Yellow Jacket Yearbook (New Haven, OH)

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Baseball l-Z-3-4 Reserve: 1-Z Varsity 3 Senior Play 4 Glee Club 1-Z-3-4 Annual Sta!! 4 Reflector Staff 4 F. F. A. 1-2-3-4 G' CLASS HISTOR Y Twelve years ago, the senior class of "4-8", or most of it, walked through the doors of various school buildings for the first time, and optimistically demanded an education. Of the twenty-eight first graders who started here in 1936, only three--Clair Buckingham, Donald Gurney, and Cloyce Slessman have completed , their entire twelve years of school in the New Haven School. The rest of the present Senior Class has joined this trio, either in the grades, or in high school. We started our high school career with an enrollment of nineteen eager freshmen, briming with that naive self-assurance that only freshmen possess. The class were as follows: Bill Adams, Clair Buckingham, Elmer Clark, Stanley Cok, Donald Gurney, Donald Jamison, Zoe King, jennie Newmeyer, james Mitchell, Martha Ann Phillips, Ruth Ritz, Robert Robinson, Patty Roe, Don Sharpless, Ronald Shirey, Cloyce Slessman, john Turner, Dora Turner, and Norman Wiers. We had a lot less of IT after initiation. However, we recovered in time to enjoy four parties during the year. We were greatly assisted by our sponsor, Mrs. Kathyrn Roe. We entered our Sophomore year with fifteen. Our sponsor this year was Miss Kuhn and our president was Donald Gurney. We had several parties, and we also were active in sports and other extra activities. When we came to school as juniors, with an enrollment of thirteen we missed several old faces. We had a new Superintendent, Mr. Wayne Townsend, and a new coach., Harry Duffy. Our junior year was a period of steady activity. Six of us went out for basketball, some of us in the play, and our wonderful trip to New York, Niagra Falls and Washington D. C. We had a few parties during this year, which was satisfactorily concluded with a picnic by the entire school. Our Senior year, which began with an enrollment of twelve, has been a busy one. Mr. Russel Heisler was hired as our coach this year. All of our acti- vities were pursued with the help of our sponsor, Mrs. M. Roe. We are looking forward to the banquet which the junior Class is to prepare for us. Since we started as Freshmen, we have lost one member of our class to the armed force, Ronald Shirrey. We will always be grateful to our parents for providing us with the oppor- tunity to receive an education, and to our teachers for the patience and consider- ation they have shown throughout the years we were with them. Our faith is our home and our school is the basis of the of the confidence with which we face the future. Donald jamison Cloyce Slessman Jennie Newmeyer CLASS PROPHECY One day while sitting at my desk at City Hospital in Denver, Colorado, I was admiring a beautiful bouquet of white roses. As I gazed at them my thoughts reminded me of the twelve white roses pinned on twelve blue and white gowns as the members of my class went forward to receive their diplomas on graduation night. My thoughts carried me to the many places my classmates had drifted to in the ten years. Elmer Clark,after graduating had taken up amateur basketball and football at Heidelberg College. Then in 1959 he returned to New Haven and become foot- ball coach for New Haven's top billed, football team. Cloyce Slessman whom everyone thought would be just a plain farmer all his life, surprised everyone by becoming a construction engineer and is now in charge of building two extra stories to the Empire State Building. Donald Sharpless had become a garage mechanic in Willard where he worked for eight years. He then bought alarge garage in Michigan where it has grown into a large and successful business in just two years. Stanley Cok whom everyone thought would be Celeryville's next minister rather shocked and surprised us all by becoming, of all things, the Ringmaster of the Barnum and Bailey Circus and is traveling around the country all the time. Jennie Newmyer has settled down and is happily married to Bob jaynes and they are living in Ontario, Canada. Patty Roe went to Miami, Florida and has become a teacher of Political Science and has just announced that she will run for Mayor of Miami in the fall election. Dolores Saunders has gone to South Africa and is the missionary to the people in a village in the Congo Valley. The chief of one of the main tribes there, I learned, has made her "White Princess" of his tribe. She seems to like it because she has cancelled her trip home to the U. S. indefinitely. Dean jaminson had gone to the University of Great Lakes where he took up Naval Engineering. The last I heard from him he was onia little island in the .prpxip-ings and was arranging to have his wife, june, brought down there with him. They were going to live there as Dean liked the climate so well. Clair Buckingham has moved his' Allis-Dhalmers business to Illinois and is successful there. He has opened his-branch officesin six states so it looks as if he is doing very well for himself since graduating. 'ww .1 la'-Au 'ff . r I ,- - f 1, g. ,V1 211 I 1 ' .wh . 111. r f.3'51i1 1 I' .Q 1 -.- ,Q .1-. I '-'J ,,. 1,55 .. 1 ' 4 ".1",,',51 .33 . , ,, , 15" "1 .-1f- 15 ' E 111.13125 'F ':1.- 1 - 3- 13" '- L1 fi -. fi - ' ' W' '-yl.if.:t'-ff'.f?' . v ' ' - 7 I, ,z .1 1. 1 ,' 1 .' I' 1 .' , 'Q Q1, :'1.' 1..., 1-f ' ,. 1., 1--1, 1121 1 1-If --'13,-fx-1-111, 1'- ,fhfv ii .. lf 1 " 1 " 1" LP' -W , 1 ' A. 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Ruth Ritz, Martha Phillips Stanley Cok, Donald Sharpless CLASS POEM We're wondering how As time takes its' course New Haven will manage Without our force. There is only twelve of us Our number is quite small We are of various sizes Some short and some are tall. We give you now twelve, not found in a book A dozen not sold in a store Some say we have an intelligent look The teachers? They're glad we're not more. Now here's a fellow l'd like you to know He has dark curly hair and a nice fellow, He runs around in "Whisper" his old dodge Truck, He's built like an ox and his name is "Buck." Here's a very nice fellow from out in Dutchtown With a very good nature the whole year round, When it comes to judging vegetables, In the state he was tops, When it comes to telling jokes "Baldy" never stops. The next person is of a pretty good sort I-Ie's a very good worker and takes jokes like a sport When it comes to ship work, He can make things like new We call him "'Louie'," named after a jew. This is a girl whom I think we all know She's a very good worker with lots of git up and go When it comes to her lessons she knows them well Her name is Patty, by this poem you can tell. Great things come in 'small packages ls the fact as it lies And to this girl it still applies ' When singing songs there comes a chorus She stands out in our class, her name is Dolores. There is a girl with light brown hair She works hard at her lessons with no time to spare She is a very common girl and she saves every penny She is one of twelve in our class, her name is Jennie. Here is a fellow who doesn't smoke Known to all as Stanley Cok He hails from the town of Celeryville And gives all the girls a thrill. Next comes a big blond haired fellow Has a new car, kind of an off shade yellow With a permanent on top of his bean We all know him as "Dean". Tho in the class she isn't' first Her big ambition is to be a nurse Probably you've guessed the truth Her name of course it is "Ruth". Now here's a fellow not so smart in a quiz But playing basketball he's really a whiz Donald Gurney is well known to all the kids And the girls all 'have in their bids A very fine boy you'll aszree is lour classmate .Elmer Lee He plays as our Varsity center As an all-round guy they aren't any better. Here's some one you know quite well Everybody thinks she's really swell She always does her part To us she is known as "Mart". And now our poem is ended We hope that none are offended, The time has come, that we must part, We'll always remember where we got our start. Elmer Clark Clair Buckingham CLASS WILL We, the Senior Class of New Haven High School, Village of New Haven, County of Huron, Commonwealth of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testament, in manner and form as follows: ITEM: To Mr. Townsend, our Supt., we hereby give and bequeath a pair of roller skates to go after all future sneaks to the slophouse now that it has been moved, all fake excuses and signed and unsigned absent slips, and all extra loafing room in the office. ITEM: To Mrs. Smith, our Annual Advisor, we hereby give and bequeath all future annuals to be sold after school is out, any kind of a headache that runs in this line of duty, and all copied trial balances and forged typing papers we have slipped over on her. ITEM: To Mr. Myers, our Vo-Ag. teacher, we hereby give and bequeath all un- finished project books to figure out, all future sheep sales in cold weather, also another trip to Kansas City next year. ITEM: To Miss Kuhn, our music teacher, we hereby give and bequeath twelve new erasers, all off-keyed tenors and basses, and best of all twelve empty seats in our home room to be filled by anyone who thinks he can fill any of them. ITEM: To Mrs. Roe, our Class Advisor, we hereby give and bequeath all head- aches with future class plays, all speech makings and all future Literature classes who make it as shiney as we did. ITEM: To Mr. Heisler, our Coach, we hereby give and bequeath our sunny dis- positions, big heads, all old gym shoes, all beat up athletic equipment and all the noise we made on the bus, particularly our rendition of "Found a Peanut." ITEM: To the junior Class we hereby give and bequeath our home room seats, our ability to get away on sneak day and the time we have to make up. ITEM: To the Sophomores we hereby give and bequeath all our ability to throw erasers, and to be fined for it, and our ability to always have our noses in a book and make the teachers think we study. ITEM? To the Freshman Class we give and bequeath some kind but good advice Always act intelligently and ask the teachers lots of questions about everything and in four years you'll be in the same positions we are now. Besides these items we personally have a few things to leave: ITEM: I, Stanley Cok, do hereby give and bequeath all Football game dates with the twins to 'Erve Sharpless, all circus parties to Louise Diehl and my ability to' do well in all subjects to Gerald Shirey. ITEM: I, Donald Sharpless, do hereby give and bequeath all Home Runs to Herman Newmyer, my height goes to jim Buurma, and my sense of humor goes to Freddy Buurma. ITEM: I, Donald jamison, do hereby give and bequeath my artificial curly and fuzzy hair to Eddie Wiers, all future fights with M155 Kuhn, to Bump McKe1vey, and my baseball ability to Ruben Turner. ITEM: I, Donald Gurney, do hereby give and bequeath all future dates with Dora B. to anyone who thinks he can beat my time, athletic ability and manly physique to Earl Bauer, and my ability to not do well in English courses to jordon Holthouse. ITEM: I, Elrner Clark,do hereby give and bequeath my height to Eddie Wiers, my dirty playing to jack Shaarda, my cockiness and big head to Kenny Danhoff Knot that he'll need itl, my temper goes to Freddy Buurma. To Miss Kuhn I leave my ability to "Grand Stand". ITEM: I, Clair Buckingham, do hereby give and bequeath my ability to show off, talk back to teachers, and being sent to the office goes to Carl DeWillt, my manly physi- que to Corkey Roe. - ITEM: I, Jennie Newmeyer, do hereby give and bequeath my typing ability to Jordon Holthouse. All my old parking places to my sister Evelyn, and my curly hair to Mary Fink. ITEM: I, Martha Phillips, do hereby give and bequeath my school figure to Janice Atyeo, my brown eyes to Peggy Mock, and my ability to hit above high C and hold to Iva Stevens. ITEM: I, Ruth Ritz, do hereby give and bequeath my boundless ambition to Mary McKown, my blue eyes to Roberta Brill, my shape goes to sister Margaret, and my cheerleadingg ability to Ralph McKelvey. ITEM: I, Dolores Saunders, do hereby give and bequeath my long fingernails to Lois Zellner, my size 4 lfZ shoes to Margaret Ritz, and the numerous books I've read to Robert Hillis. ITEM: I, Patty Roe, do hereby give and bequeath my ability to make A's to brother Gordon, my slim rim to Mary McKown and all second year Spanish courses to any language fiend, also word of kind advice to next year's trip, Girls! "Beware of Manual." ITEM: I, Cloyce Slessman do hereby give and bequeath my school board pull to Roger Babcock, getting to school late in the mornings goes to brother Duane, and my ability in History goes to all suckers. In Testimony whereof, we hereunto set our hand and seal and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, on this Tenth day of February, in the year of our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty Eight. The Seniors of 1948 Dolores Saunders Patty Roe and Martha Phillips N X Q ,.5i,-.-" N GLEE CLUB, MISS KUHN--DIRECTOR JUNIOR CLASS--MR. HEISLER, TEACHER SOPHOMORE CLASS--Teacher, MISS KUHN FRESHMAN CLASS--Teachers, MRS. ROE, MR. TOWNSEND EIGHTH GRADE--Teacher, MRS. SMITH gg HHL1 sv. SEVENTH GRADE--Teacher, MRS. SMITH FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES--Teacher, MRS. MCCULLOUGH FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADES--Teacher, MRS. HULL SECOND GRADE--Teacher, MRS. MITCHELL THIRD GRADE--Teacher, MRS. HAINES FIRST GRADE--Teacher. MRS. MCKELVEY X fSf?!+ Awfia Reserves S i 1 1 x H l 1 3 HURON COUNTY CHAMPIONS 194-7-1948. VARSITY SEATED, KENNETH DANHOFF, ERVIN SHARPLESS, DICKIE HEISLER STANDING, GORDON ROE, STANLEY COK, CLAIR BUCKINGHAM, ELMER CLARK, DONALD GURNEY, MR. HEISLER, COACH t Je Qc 'X ll. ' - ,- , , Q " 'Ss lr CHEERLEADERS OF 1947- 194-8 BASEBALL TEAM OF 1947-1948 MR. HEISLER, COACH ,IJ 7th and 8th GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM Mr. HEISLER, COACH .gf . ' "ff ...5y,,,, 7th and Sth GRADE CHEERLEADERS 4 5 - - ' 3Qlf' 41' - x -?++-- ??-Q -- -X gg 3 e I - F, - ' -I qwxx ysi E f' E :J I M - ..,1'3'.5: :: ' if . 1. Cfif "'Q'J:f'y-lf::f'.4, - 47' ' 1-' iii g ig.. ' -"fy . - -ig 29' , A 1' E- f' ffj ff-12'-fi 1 '.,:.:fif"A'if311' 0, -'EX ' +f',:.a-:f'7.ff1a1,.:E 2,f.i1gi1i ff.v.-f 5-.:11':'r'l..,,fg- 5 L - , iii -'fy .J3Qf5'.3E:,g':: I -':!'f'7l"3.:' f , ' 5iVf53j?7.ifff.f"51f:5 i'?flAf2 Alf, g -f 11 - O E -'-, gi f. -5 ' "' ' 1 - ++-ei ilzfasxf- 'i if swf wi:-W2 - . 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M -..',l.v -,:',,', . .1 1 , Ay, . Vf7:'V! .U e..' 1..V Hp, .,: V 0, X ig.: wIfs.atumu1 W .- ,.1i,,-a.g+....mfa..,.n4 4,t.,Jm.,: A5-az. ,a.X.Jn:w.4w.fH.. 3 if-11.1 Qu T CAFETERIA .. --.W , PQ" fin-1 RALPH MOORE, LLOYD DAWSON, TREVA ARNOLD CAFETERIA We surely do appreciate those hot meals served at noon in the cafeteria. , We know it is quite a problem to feed as many as are fed each noon. Everything is done very systematically. The children are fed in -the order of the grade they are in, which works out very nicely in most cases, each one waits for his turn. Our thanks and appreciation go out to the cooks. BUS DRIVERS What we would do if the children didn't get to school safely and on time, doesn't enter our mind for we have three very good bus drivers. This is Mrs. Arnold's sixth year and the first year for Mr. Moore and Mr. Dawson. Few people realize the re- sponsibility that is theirs but they make their routes, through all kinds of weather, they are very dependable. Our appreciation and a hearty applause goes out to them, for they have many troubles and responsibilities that few people know about. P. T. A. ' The P. T. A. was quite active during the school year. The Annual Fall Festival was quite a success. In November the P. T. A. served the 4-H District Banquet. At Christmas time there was a party and each one present was treated to candy. In january the P. T. A. presented the two retiring school board members, Mr. Van Wagner, and Mr. Vance with ties. During the year the P. T. A. contributed money toward the purchase of a film projector and microscope, Mrs. Coy Hillis is president. NEW HAVEN SCHOOL SONG Oh, we will raise a cheer For. our New Haven High School proud and true, Obedience and Loyalty, foreverumore shall rule, Rah ! Rah ! Rah! Three big cheers for that school of ours, We'll stand by her through rain or through showers Hail, hail, the gang's all here, Purple and gold shall never die. Rah ! Rah ! Rah ! BASKETBALL TEAM HURON COUNTY CHAMPIONS We certainly are proud of our basketball team this year, we have good reasons to be, for they took first place in the tourna ament. Congratulations! to the team and Coach Heisler. 1 ', 4 YA, .V 3 F. F. A. BOYS WHO WOULD DO THIS? If YJ ' I 1 Q I I OUR KANSAS TRIP AFTER HALL.OWE'EN I-5,1-i"-s-n KANSAS STOCK YARDS Who'a Who? .. 5 " ., F: .Qi 'B 1 -l I I J wk Q lm k l- X I -.21 .211-, . Y- ,girl 235 1 xi- T153 121l.1ff .. f- f fiyvfw ,- :,f , . 'z' . ' ' 'f --Q 73+ ---'-:-----:-ll- 11- -ga fx rf f X55 - 3 "- ' ua- , -. , X . gig . ti" '-"" E 'UNH , .5fi - . . '.-'- ' - -J-4 , ?-' ' -- - 11 3 sf' W , v .5-'.?'g,1. 22 iz EE Q . ia .11 - .21 .J 1 ,CJ .zzzliz 13:12. -1 1 E: EEE: EE Q lx' 'L -- .1 --1 . 1-' 111. -1. 'rf-idx. gay. 47 4' ..f',z' .111 ,z 12 22, EE? 323 . XX N31-1T3.1E3'g2f: 3 12' 122 E33 E323 EEE A' .131 1111.2 :QE zz: 22: 2121 121, 111-.1121 1- 15- 211 ga: 5g::.'- - fp. , 3 ' '- 1 A -, f F -:Hier 9 -I . ' . 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Mr. Townsend asked. "Oh, about a dime I guess." "Well," said Donald, "I owe you a dime: mine has sunk." Telephone Operator: "It cost Z0 cents to talk to Attica.". ' Mr. I-Ieisler: "Can't you make a special rate for just listening? I want to call my wife." A maiden lady was aroused one night to find a man in her room. She neither fainted nor screamed. Instead she pointed to an armchair and said: "Sit down, sir, I want to talk with you." An hour later there came a frantic ring over the phone at police headquarters and a voice said: "There's a burglar in Miss Spinster's bedroom at 2.313 Blank Street. Semd the police at once, please! " "All right," answered the sergeant. "Is this Miss Spinster speaking?" "No," came back the anguished voice, "This is the burglar." Billy's parents had a visitor--a man with whom his father had gone to college. When the parents were out of the room, Billy asked the guest, "Haven't you got a wife?" "NoLI'haven't," was the answer. "Well, then," asked Billy, "who tells you what to do?" Employer: "Elmer, I wish you wouldn't whistle at your work." Elmer: "I wasn't working, Sir: only whistling." Magistrate: "Can't this case be settled out of court?" Clair: "Sure, sure: that's what we were trying to do, your honor, the police interferred. Dad: fsternlyj "Where were you last night, Duane?" Duane: "Oh, just riding around with some of the boys." Dad: Well, tell 'em not to leave their hairpins in the car hereafter." Mother: "I-lush! You two are always quarreling, why Cgn't ygu agree once in a while ? " Stanley: "We do agree, Allen wants the largest apple and so do I." l l :i..Z'5Z2m'nJ4'SIi. ,,, wg. X 4 .g"... N . . . -, Q ' . 4. -- ,.. i 1 F i F if xt y , :vin N, v,-V1 -w . ' '-1.' , K ' . I Jig, ., 1, 1 f ., ..,.g . '- -1' sl .: f'- . . 4, 1 ,f-. .. .I 14, , ., . . . g . ,-v ...H .. 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Q 1. - rj- X1 ,N g f ix , A-gr: 1 .X V elfs YIOUR E CRF' , .-4" 1 1 COMPLIMENTS OF Willard United Bank OFFICES WILLIARD - NORTH FAIRFIELD - GREENWICH OHIO CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE C LASS OF 1948 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1948 StoCkIey's Markets BETTER MEATS COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES FRUITS AND VEGETABLES .TACK STOCKLEY, Proprietor 12 MYRTLE AVENUE WILLARD, OHIO 1 I OMPLJMENTS OF I I I Pioneer Rubber Ce LACE TO W W LLARD, COMPLIMENTS OF Q. H18 Fllik CO. HOME FURNISHINGS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Fink Funeral Home COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE DISTINCTIVE - DIGNIFIED - COURTEOUS AMBULANCE INVALID CAR SERVICE PHONE 286 WILLARD, OHIO C OMP LIMENTS OF E. Ra mond Secor FURNITURE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AIVIBULANCE SERVICE I I Phone 280 Willard, Ohio L COMPLIMENTS OF E. C. Buckingham 84 Son ALLIS CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT PHONE 4263 WILLARD, OHIO V C OMP LIMENT S OF Smitlfs Greenhouse "WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS" Phone 255 Willard, Ohio MAKE Curpen's Jevvelr 84 Gift Shep YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR PARKER 51 - EVERSHARP AND SHEAFFER LIFETIME PEN AND PENCILS ELGIN - GRUEN - BULOVA - HAMILTON - HARVEL WATCHES DIAMONDS - JEWELRY - GIFTS Peop1e's National Bank Building Plym outh, Ohio Compliments Of Ideal Laundr C. K. Moles, Proprietor Damp Wash - Thrif-T-Wash - Bundle Work Fluffy Wash - Rough Dry - Flat Work "Lace Curtains Our Specialty" Rug Cleaning Will Be Resurned When Conditions Permit Phone 217 Phone 362 Willard, Ohio Z6 North Broadway I Shelby Office 4 C OMP LIMENTS OF I I A. S. Hunters 84 Son I E. V. Myers, Proprietor CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1948 CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1948 Jump's Clothing 84 Shoes C OMP LIMENTS OF Buurma Bros. GARDEN PRODUCE Phone 5735 Willard, Ohio 1 CCart Restaurant WILLAR D, OHIO C OMP LIMENTS OF Landefleld Lower FANCY HOME DRESSED MEATS QUALITY GROCERIES FRESH VEGETABLES Phone ZZ5 2.26 Willard, Ohig Congratulations Class Of 1948 Brooke Cleaners Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing Spreads - Drapes - Throw Rugs I Hats Cleaned And Blocked 1 Day Service I Phone ZZ3 Z0 Myrtle Avenue Compliments Of MARClLLE'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Willard, Ohio I-IILLIS 8: ROWAN I Excavating Of All Kinds Trucking - Stone Hauling Gravel Lime Stone - Small Buildings Moved I Box Z9 New Haven, Ohio H m m m m Compliments Of Niokles Bakery For Better Baked Goods To The Door Compliments Of The Peoples National Bank Established In 1903 Has Been Going Strong Ever Since Safety Boxes For Rent Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation DIRECTORS J. A. Root C. M. Lofland R. H. Worch J. W. Mclntire J. E. Mimmons R. L. Mclntire Plymouth, F. M. Mimmons Ohio Plymouth Elevator GRAIN 'l' FEED 'lf COAL 'lf FERTILIZER 4' FENCE TRACTORS 4' FARM MACHINERY 4' LIME Phone 37 Plymouth, Ohio NTEIIN 0 A NARV STE Compliments Of WILCOX MARKET SPOT Good Luck Class Of '48 Phone 275 14 Myrtle Avenue WILLAR D PART S C OMPANY C ongratulations C las s Of 1948 Z 2 Myrtle Avenue Phone 254 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of RICHARD'S CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Phone Z37 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of THE KROGER GROCERY COMPANY "Good Foods At Reasonable Prices" Willar d, Ohio C ompliments Of WEST'S Wallpaper 8: Paint Store Washers, Stoves 81 Electric Appliances Public Square Phone 1233 Plymouth, Ohio Compliments To Class Of '48 From BROWN 8: IVIILLER Hardware Store The Best In Hardware From Us Plyrnouth, Ohio Compliments Of C. E. DAVIS General Merchandise New Haven, Ohio Compliments To Class Of '48 I-IEISLER'S AIRPORT AND TRUCK TERMINAL Phone 267 Willard, Ohio C ompliments Of WILLAR D DAIR Y Willard. Ohio Compliments Of WILLARD LUMBER COMPANY Willard, Ohio Variety Is The Spice Of Life Shop At The WILLARD VARIETY STORE 16 Myrtle Avenue Willard, Ohio Compliments Of HATCH DRESS SHOP Fine Clothes For Fine Women Willard, Ohio Compliments Of OTT'S SPORTING GOODS ll East Maple Phone 4534 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of WILKINSONS Wallpaper Paint Mirrors Phone 4283 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of CELERYVILLE GREEN!-IOUSE. Plants and Cut Flowers Pottery Phone 4483 Celeryville, Ohio Best Wishes To The New Haven Class Of '48 MOLL'S STORE Phone 6511 Celeryville, Ohio Congratulations Class Of 1948 From TIP-TOP CLEANERS Gene Henry, Proprietor Tip-Top Cleaning From Tip-Top Cleaners Plymouth, Ohio Compliments Of PLYMOUTH CASH MARKET Complete Self Service Food Store Jerry Caywood Dan Hohler Phone 12 Plymouth, Ohio Congratulations To The Class Of 1948 PLYMOUTH SHOE STORE Quality Boots and Shoes For All The Family Harold Cashman On The Square Plyrnouth, Ohio Compliments Of CRISPIN 595 and 104 Public Square plymouth, Ohio Compliments Of THE HOLLAND MARKET Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Phone 5272 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of BEVIERS Phone 3821 Willard, Ohio Compliments Of OHIO STATE WINE STORE Willard, Ohio Compliments Of GUTHRIE'S CHEVROLET Willard, Ohio E. A. LANDEFELD Sales Service W illard, Ohio Compliments Of THE WILLARD FARMERS EXCHANGE COMPANY Willard, Ohio " DON'S GRILL" Meals At All Hours Home Made Soup Home Made Pies Open From 6:00 A.M. to 2:30 A.M. Phone 4 Plymouth, Ohio C ompliments Of CARNEI..L'S BEAUTY SHOP Mollie Dunn, Operator Smith Hotel Building Plymouth, Ohio Compliments Of McQUATE'S Phone 43 Plymouth, Ohio ROBBY'S Frigidaire - R. C. A. Victor Stewart-Warner - Easy Phone 1231 U Plymouth, Ohio Compliments Of FOGLESON'S Cleaning and Pressing Z2 Trux Street Phone 1091 Plymouth, Ohio Congratulations And Best Wishes Class Of '48 SUTTLES CLOVER FARM STORE Plymouth Complete Self-Service Food Market Plym outh, Ohio WEINBERG'S Willard's Popular Price Department Store Congratulations Class Of 1948 Willard, Ohio C ongratulations Senior s THE FEICHTNER STORE Store For Men And Boys Shoes For The Entire Family Compliments Of BEN FRANKLIN 81 FEDERATED Willar d, Ohio , Best Wishes To C0mPhmen"S of New Haven Class Of 1948 VAN ZOEST BROTHERS JOHN BRADFORD Celery - Vegetables Plymouth, Ohio Celeryville, Ohio Compliments Of BOB'S NEWSSTAND Willard, Ohio The Best In Vegetables Always Fresh and Always Best HOLTHOUSE BROTHERS Compliments Of ATLANTIC 8: PACIHC TEA COMPANY Willard, Ohio Compliments Of CAPOZZI'S SHOE STORE And REPAIR SHOP Willard, Ohio Compliments Of SINC LAIR Willard, Ohio Congratulations To New Haven Class Of 1948 For The Future Plan Your Home With . 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