New Lexington High School - Lexingtonian Yearbook (New Lexington, OH)

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4752 Qgiiflilyiffflldfl I O 11516 I'L1lalishwI lux' S'-mmf' Vlxass New l,vxiz1gwl1 Illggh Smflwfwl fx"-' .-"-. 14" I, 7.112 Q 41 .auf J mu ux 3 NI'1lLl 79 J Q4 V This annual is dedicated to John H. Hagley z z 2, 1927-A . 'Al 1. ,19-17 -""'v 'Q ,nv-C , I if , M F , ' f V A"- vx W, ..,,. 16 FORFVN ARD For thc. fnst time in four wears the gr iclu it ing clans of New Lexington Hlgh School lb pub lishirg an annual VVQ hope that this volume will ulwivs revive oum precious high school fellowship which the cliss of 1946 sh ned During thu vitil period of reconstruction the grnluites hive adopted 1 deep spnlt of puuxotism fox Anieuca and the entne vxolld Ab thlb bpnit glows 11115 it spieacl to each living, person and fulfill 4 libtinl, peice, Miss Barker and Miss Miller. our Senior class aclvirors have been unce sing in their efforts to successfully guide us through our Senior year. They h'1ve been very helpful in planning: as wall 'is as- ing in 'il our actixit' S. To them we oxu a debt of grwtitude 15 well as our personal thank 'ou. X lg! SUI ERINTILNDENTTN I BLATT Mr Blatt became 3QSOCl3f,6CI wlth the Ixew Lexmgton Hlgh School m 1935 H has attended Natlonal Nolmal UHlVEIQltW WlIU1lH,fZt0n College whele he IQCCIVQCI his A B dcglce Cmclnnatx Umvelslty and Mlamx Unlvelsxty fxom whlch he xecelved hls M A oeglee Through M1 Blatt s efforts the New Lexmgton School system ns mpldlx becommg one of the best of its sxze ln Ohlo Many nnprovements have been brought about smce has aumval Two mam contrlbutmg factors towald thls nnplovement have been the eo opexatlon of patlons of New Lexmgton and the wolk of the Boald of Educi tlon We SAPIQNS ou1 gxatxtude to 'Nh Blatt at thls tlme IRINCII XL FDVSARD II FOL RNIFR of New Lexxngton Hxgh School In 1943 and 11-15 M1 FOLIIINEI coached football and basketball 'md was an mstructor of sclenee and chemlstlv In 194-1 he was ap polnted plmclpal of ou: school and IS now enzng hls second veal ln tlns posltlon Mr Foulmex attended Ohlo Stxte Umvelslty 'md lecelved hls BS degree m 1930 Later he attended Ohlo State and IGCCIVSCI lns 'NI A degxee IH chemxstly m 193.3 Mr Fourmer has glven membexs of the Senxox class wxse -ulvlee and gffyclem asslstance throughout then' two vears undel hns leadershlp Thus we the class of 46' wxsh to take thls oppoltumtv to expxess ou1 slncexe appxeclatlon and thanks to 'NI1 FOUIIHCI fol his mterest and helpfulness 1 ,1 if , ' 1 A A A L , . 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Ui ' Zllll 21 star, ' 1' 1 th 1 3 ' . tllil ll L R XXIONIX BRXIJIIAX 141 1 e U10 Q vii 1111111 in Opaidti Sex L N ld Lllltll CI XSS IIOXXIR I 1111111011 I XROI XX CON XXX XX ilu.: quite a ics 1 Il Ouli leur, II XSS NIOIIO 1l1 flimh 1 h ll 1 cjlll will L sky 111 mn ISX1 I1110 I I XSS f OI ORS Blue 'md White 1 'dt JEANNINE BOUDINOT She never had her lessons done, But she always had a lot of fun. General, Glee Club REMA CANNON That walk home was mighty far, She sat in the Gem, was waiting for a car. Professional, Glee Club, GAA, Oper- etta, Panthonian Staff. WVILHELMINA DICK ERS-ON Hopes someday to go to New York, Wants to buy a modern pitchfork. Commercial. ROBERT BOUDINOT VVe nicknamed him, "Mr, Blubberf' When he walks he rolls like rubber. Commercial, Glee Club, Operetta ROBERT CLOUSE Plenty big, plenty rough, Plenty solid. plenty tough, the thinksj. PAUL DUSENBERRY "Dusey" tried to look rough and tough, But believe me it was mostly bluff. Commercial, Basketball 1-2-Il--1, Foot- ball 1-2-3-4, Panthonian Staff. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY MARCELLA CANNON Her hair is never out of place, But neatly curled around her face Commercial. ANN DAVIE A letter every day she has wrote-ta To little Nial who drove the Desota Professional, Glee Club, Operetta Senior Class Play, Band. RUTH ANN EVELAND She was the choice, Because of her voice. General, Glee Club, Band, Orchestra I Honor Society, Operetta, Sextet. Jun- ior Class Play, Senior Class Play. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY KENNETH FLOVVERS An Industrial Arts boy, Working the lathe, was his main JOY- Commercial. CHARLES GOUGHENOUR His pet nickname was "Cookie," And he was always playing hooky. Commercial. MARY HILLIARD First of the Seniors to subscribe, For the annual-buck seventy-five Commercial. 1,-3, MARK FORQUER He's always in the mood, For his llIom's good food. General, Basketball 2-4, Student Council, Basketball Manager, Foot- ball Manager, Panthonian Staff, Jun- ior Class Play, Senior Class Play. JAMES HARDY Out in the country lived old Hardy, For school he was usually tardy. Commercial, Football 4. JOAN HUFFMAN In the drug store up town, You can always find Joan around. Commercial, Glee Club, Junior Class Play, Operctta. JZCGL Q Q-Q 1413 K' 'VIIC H XFL FRIFL His talk is not too plain But ue l.lllCl9lStdlld him just the same C0llllllClClal JOHN HATENI Someday he will rise to fnne Lions and tigei he will time Commercial btudent Council Pan- thonian Staff. BOB HUTCHINSON There is no special one yet, Of all the girls Bob has met. Commercial, Band, Basketball 3-4 Senior Class Play. '- ---sf LOUELLA JADWIN She is small and quiet, Never causes a riot. Commercial, Glee Club, Operetta, Panthonian Staff. FREELAND KOEHLER He was among the masses, Who was always late for classes. General, Class Track. ELIZABETH M AULLER This Lizzie is made of something better than tin. General, Glee Club, Operetta. ,Mi . ' Il g , 4" ff? M 44' Q Q I Wi me .,,,,. 1 CHARLES KELLEY He talked about this, he talkea about that, He talked mostly through his hat. Professional, Junior Class Play, Band, Operetta, Senior Class Play, Student Council, Orchestra. MARJORIE KOK ENSPARGER Marj is quiet and shy, A good wife for some nice guy. Commercial, Panthonian Staff, 4-H Club, Scholarship Team. WVINIFRED MELVIN This girl is very fine, Takes the roll, so is always on time. Commercial, Panthonian Staff, Schol- arship Teaui, Honor Society. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY VIRGINIA KINSEL' Sitting in study hall, wearing a frown. Until the bell sounds. General, Glee Club, Operetta, Librarian. EARL iwmsori Slink, slank, slunk, In government he-was awful. General, Band, Senior Class Play. DAVE MURRAY At quarterback he was fast, At coming to school he was last. Commercial, Football 1-2-3-4, Basket ball 2-3-4. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY ROBERTA McMILLAN Roberta is waiting' for her Stanley, So strong, so tall, so manly. Commercial, Glee Club, GAA, Oper- etta, 4-H Club, Scholarship Team, Honor Society. MARTHA PUSEY KEISER She couldn't wait, To get her mate. Commercial, Sextet, Glee Club, Op- eretta, GAA. GEORGE SCALLAN Milking cows, then going to bed, Gave him strong' arms, and a weak head. General, Student Council, Football 1. BOB NASH Blond hair and blue eyes, Wears sports shirts, but never a tie. Commercial. CHARLOTTE RICHARDS Char is happy as a lark, All because of little Mark. General, Glee Club, Scholarship Team, Operetta, Panthonian Staff, Prince of Peace, Band Concert, Honor Society 3-4. JAMES SCHEFFLER Jim really had the brain, But for him to study was a strain. General, Scholarship Team, Senior Class Play. 11' DOROTHY PEN ROD Dorothy lives over the hill, She goes to Dunkles and always will. Commercial. Glee Club, Opieretta, GAA, Scholarship Team, Panthonian Staff. ETHEL RUSSEL Ethel-is quite a gal. Better known as Silent Sal. Commercial. OSCAR SEAMAN' Football star on the MVL . . . May he go down in . . .government General, Glee Club, Operetta, Senior Class Play, Intramural Basketball. i I mf V s V ' N . r -af' X' -.v""" "-fa' -A 4 L e J zf.. JACK SHIPLETT Short and tough, But too bashful to be rough. Commercial, Band, Glee Club, Panth- onian Staff. ELEANOR SMITH "Elle" was quite a lass, Always arguing in government class. Professional, Glee Club, Sextet, Op- eretta, Student Council, GAA, Schol- arship Team, Panthonian Staff, Prince of Peace, Honor Society 3-4, Senior Class Play. EUGENE SNYDER To and from school he would creep, And in each class he would sleep. General, Panthonian Staff, Football 3-4, Intramural Basketball. for 'Y fra ANN SMART Quiet and shy, But she'll get by. Commercial, Operetta, Glee Club, GAA. RAYMOND SMITH Ray thinks he sounds like Sinatra, But to us he's not-so-hot-tra. General, Football 1-2-3-4, Scholarship Team, Operetta, Glee Club, Basket- ball 4, Junior Class Play, Intramural Basketball, Panthonian Staff, Senior Class Play. JAMES SPENCER Tall and thin, Nature's interpretation of a pin. Commercial, Panthonian Staff. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY BEATRICE SMITH Beatie seems very shy, But after dark, my oh my! SARA SMITH She took a vacation from her home, To Rhode Island she did roam. Commercial. JOYCE SPRADLIN Joyce is short and rather small, But she is always on the ball. Commercial, GAA, Panthonian Staff, Scholarship Team. OUR AIM A STAR OUR GOAL THE SKY DORIS STORTS Doris likes to skate, But not when she has a date. Commercial, Band, Glee Club. DICK TIPPLE Strong enough to muscle sledges, But he's rather walk with Hedges. Commercial, Band, Football 2-3-4, Class Track, Science Club. GENE VERNON Gene is one of the best with a basketball, But even better with a girl in the hall. Commercial, Band, Junior Class Play, Basketball 1-2-3-4. .-,V "7 43 is 3 Ng ? ff 751. CLARA THARP RAMBO Clara looks sweet and shy, But just let her out with that cer- tain guy. Commercial, Scholarship Team. MARJORIE TINTO In Math four, Marj always had a high score. Commercial, Glee Club, Operetta, GAA. MARILYN WAGNER She's the one in the hall, With the boy that plays basketball. Commercial, Junior Class Play, 4-H Club, Honor Society 3-4, Glee Club, Scholarship Team, Senior Class Play. MARILYN THARP Her angel food cakes are always light, Home Ec. is her delight. Commercial. PEGGY UN DERWOOD Don't laugh at Peggy's Ford, That's all her Dad can afford. General, Glee Club, Operetta, Junior Class Play, Student Council, Prince of Peace, Cheerleader, Booster Club Chairman, Senior Class Play. THOMAS WEAVER He was an Industrial Arts boy, Mr. Weaver's pride and joy. Commercial, Glee Club, Operetta. 'Wa 3 ,QW fri.. li ik OUR AIM A STAR If 4, , M va ... , Q I , 1-. '-fi ' .5 " Q, on It , 5 :S 3 I I H' A, J by VERNA VVHITE In school work, she docs all right, Stayed home and studied all night. Professional, Glee Club, Operetta, Junior Class Play, Scholarship Team, Honor Society 3-4, Senior Class Play. BETTY WILSON Betty was the grandmother in the play, And plans to be a real one some day. General, Prince of Peace, Glee Club, Operetta, Senior Class Play. DORIS YOUNG A diamond she got that was large, Now she is waiting for his dis- charge. Commercial. i ROSEMARY WIGGINS Nothing is the matter, As long as she can chatter. Professional, Violin Quintet, Orches- tra, Band, Glee Club, Operetta. GLADYS WOLFE Short and small, Since she's short, she can't be tall. Commercial, GAA, Junior Class Play, Glee Club, Operetta, Senior Class Play. LESTER CARNEY Entered service July, 1945. EUGENE KING Entered service July, 1945. OUR GOAL THE SKY BARBARA WILLIAMS Babs will find a man, If the U.S. she must span. General, Glee Club, Operetta, Sextet, Junior Class Play, Scholarship Team, Orchestra, GAA, Honor Society. BILL WOLLENBERG We call him "little Bill." He's not much bigger than a good size pill. Commercial, Football 3-4. JAMES TRACEY Entered service February, 1946. WILLIAM COLLIER Entered service March, 1946. 1 LH N V VY THE STAFF Advisor Mr Neff Edltor ln Chief Marllyn Wagner Assistant Editor Challotte Richards Artist Joe Rapp Activities ......................i................i.........................i.,..,.,..............,.,,.,. Ann Davie Verna White Sports ,.................,,,.....,..,.....,..,..,.,......,.,............i.......................,.. Gene Vernon Oscar Seaman Business Managers ......i.,...............................,,..............,.....,....... Mark Forquer Dave Murphy Pictures ,.,,,,,..,,,., ,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,..,,.....,.,,..,..,,.,,..................... B arbara XVilliams Peggy Underwood Poets ...,,....i..........,.i.....,........,.......................,.. .... ......................,....... J 0 hn Hatem Dave Murray Historian ,...........,,i.......,.....,,.,..i.,..,......................,,......... ........................ ...,....i.. C a rolyn Conaway Prophet .,.........,......,.....,......................................,............................................ Ruth Ann Eveland Typists ................................................ Eleanor Smith Charlotte Richards Winifred Melvin It was a bright day on September 8 1942 The sun beamed down on a class which was to be one of the most iemarkable classes New Lex ington High School had QNGI seen This w as the class of 1946 To a few the next four Veais would be drudgery and hard work but to many this was going to be pe1haps the happiest four years in their lixes As the faculty watched this gioup they we1e sure theie was much talent present but much more knowledge needed The upper classmen razzed us continually and we weie compelled to strain our vocal chords on the Alma Mater M915 soon we would come to the end of our first year in high school which was successfully led by Robeita McM1llan our president Exelyn Stimmel yice president Vkinified Melyin secietaiy and Charlotte Rich ards tieasuler We assembled again the following yeai and now it was our turn to laugh at the pooi green fi eshmen By this time we were well established with members of the class entering into spoits plays and opeiettas With Mark Iforquer president Oscar Seaman yice president James Haidy ful year Now came our Iunioi yeai with a yen important exent coming Of cou1se"' The QYGI famous Junior Semoi reception Juniors hur lied and scuiiied to iaisc moncx for this gay festixal Vle nexei shall forget the loxclx gowns and light spilng suits With Bob Clouse as pies ident Charlotte Richards xice piesident MZ1l1lXI1Xll3.g'I1Gl secretary and James Haidy treasuiei we sponsoicd onc of the most gay celebrations exei to be hcld Our Junior Class Play under the diiection of Miss Greene was also a success. We left a lasting impression in our little boy and girl outfits. And now' came the last lap of our four year journey. The first eyent of this year was organizing our class by electing the following officers: Joe lapp president' Dick Taylor xice-president' Ramona Bradley sec- retary' and Carolyn Confiway treasurer The incomparable class of 1946 vas to produce the football champ? of the Muskingum 'valley league a never-to-be-forgotten class play un- der the direction of Miss Newlon and -in annual which is a last presenta- tion to our parents faculty and fricnds. As wc lcave we wish to say tlruik you to all of those vho have hclpcd to m ikc our four ycfirs in high school a memorablc and successful p xrt of our lives 'FNIUQ l NYS' Hl'f'I'U'x 'lj-'lo v M ' - y h v . . , , , v l . , , . Y u v v v 5 1 . 1 ty - ' , , , J V, . , . 3 , , . . - 5 J . , , . . vs . - Y 1 ' ' Y ' Y' v . v ' 1, .V . . If ' ' v v ' ' , , . , . . . v ,l, , . h . . Y . K 3 K .. . . I , v . - . 9 . ,Y secretaryg and James Scheffler, treasurer, we completed another success- A' , . ' ' . Dy ,. v' v .lv ' - 1 ' . ' , , . ' ai ' , ' ,H , A ' ' , . . . ' L . ' . " I K . . .' . 'L , , V - ' -1 y ' v . f v , K C v 1 j lv - , ' .' ' .u ' Y . - 3 . . . V , ,- . 5 . ', ., . . v . . .. Y .3 , , . ' a Y I u ' 1 1 KY, -1 I 1 , . . 1 , Y . , . , I' Y 7 Y V 7 YY , c , . .,. , N Y X A 1 , 1 , , . , 1 v ' v 5 I X xc I I v I x 1' 'A 1 Z J J! ' 1 ' z . 6. ,-4' Q -2-2 A ' X 57 7' 31-1- , - V in C-.E-peg'-.rv Q...p"' r- r' r I X I' K Cf l'lL'.' f On XX ednesday nlght the exe befole ou1 g'IadL13.t1OH the SCDIOI Class of 1946 xx ent to X1Slt our adxlsols Mlss Balkex and Mlss Mlllel to sax ou1 last good byes and bleak the flnal tles vxlth ou1 beloxed 'XII H 5 Un expectedlx a woman who 1dent1f1ed herself as Madame Zangl the Gleat xxho knoxxs all sees all and tells all pa1d om humble gathellng a NlS1t We xx e1e all put 1nto a tlance and loxx and behold bGf018 ou1 X615 ex es passed a cololful plcture of 1996" JEANNINII BOUDINOT the supellntendent at the tlle plant IOBEPT BOUDINOT a xxlestllng ll1StlUCtOl at Nassal PAMONIA BI ADLFY suppo1t1ng a husband bx cuttlng han 1n her fathel s balbel shop MARCELLA CANNON Oxx nel of the Lemngtonlan Pestaulant Just to loaf ln herself PEMA CANINOIN a lobbxxst 1n XX ashmgton tlxlng to get Rehoboth on the map BOB CLOUSE shoe shme box m the Bladlex and Bladlex bal be1 shop CAPOLYW COINAXN AY teachlng Home Econom1cs at Stllngtoxxn ANN DAVIE mauled to the gl eat xocallst Poy Acuff W ILHEMINA DICKERSONI palachute testel at Vtught F1eld PALL DUSENBEPRY mlstaken f01 some solt of f1u1t and xx as canned PLFH ANIIN EVELAND stlcet smger for the balxatlon Armx KENNETH FLOWEILS ncxxs commentato1 for VK LVS MICHAEL FRIEL tobacco auctloneel fo1 Lucky btllke THOLD' CHAPLES GOUGHENIOLP p1lI1Clp3l at Nexn Lexlngton Hlgh School JAMES HAPDY substltute fo1 the gleat comedy team Laulel and Haldx JOHN HATEM modehng palm beach sults MAPY HILI IAl D stlll maklng FIGCZGI Flesh 1ce cleam at Dunkles JOAN HLFFMAIN opelatlng the staphng machlne at hex fathel s elec t11c shop BOB HLTCHINSON a smglng IT11SSlOll9.lX on tour LOLELLA JADVx IN t1mel1eepe1 at Cu1t1ss Vkught She gamed he1 expeuence bx taklng attendance fol Mxss Mlllel CHAPLEB REI LEY OXXHGI of Selbx s ho1se falm Hls motto lS No mole bull VIPGINIA ILINSEL-d11x1ng one of he1 fathel s school buses - ,T-xv Y 'Y L 1 i ,aff ' - T-J Y ' y 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 1 'K v YA . v. 1 ' Q 4 . 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' l 1 1 ' 17 1 1 ' ' U v L L J 1 L - 1 , L 111 ' ' ' ' 1' -' 1 19 1 L . . - FREELAND KOEHLER Industrlal Arts teacher at Redfleld MARJORIE KOKENSPARGER runnlng a ous l1ne from New Lex to Glouster EARL MASON stlll peddlmg the Tlmes Recol der ELIZABETH MAULLEP teachmg pubhc speakmg at Clovex H111 Hlgh School WINIFRLD MELVIN star of the nevs show T1ny T1m DAVE MURRAY duwmg one of the local fue lC1l1CkS Also the tluant offlcer at the hlgh school ROBEPTA MCMILLAN member of the Womans Army Co1p and sta tloned ulth her husband ln Chlna BOB NASH a lockey rldmg one of Kelley s horses called VR hnlback DOROTHY PENPOD-operatmg a serxe 5OLl1SQlf or do wlthout gas statlon and tue shop MARTHA KEISER and her husband a1e sh1pbu1lde1s They haxe Just launched another carl 1er th1S one being a baby buggy JOE PAPP a famous mventor of all txmes has recently pelfected an automatlc tooth olcker CHARLOTTE RICHARDS accepted a pos1t1on at Yale as muslc teacher She now has the degrees PA P S B A B S and also ETC GEORGE SCALLON-operatxng a nxght club where the former county home was located called the Pogy Palace ETHEL RUSSELL ln the same busmess and a real competltor for Scallon s spot JAMES SCHEFFLER Brlstol s leadlng mortlclan OSCAR SEAMAN playlng pro football P10 meamng prohlblted waves ANN SMAPT starrlng IH Ethel Russell s floor show ELEANOR SMITH manager of the ASLP super market Also owns half interest 1n a drug store across the street THE SMITH TRIO Beatrlce Sala and Ray a1e domg a vocal act to gether GENE SNYDER mayor of Rehoboth JAMES SPENCER holds the posxtlon of stxeet llght bulb changel no ladder needed JOYCE SPRADLIN waltress at Iohn Jlm s cafe DORIS STORTS marrled to her charmmg dancing paltner Bobby Whlte DICK TAYLOR-owner of the former Davxe D1 ug Store CLARA THARP manager of the Rambo Confectlonely at McLuny MARILYN THARP-opelatlng a correspondence bureau MARJORIE TINTO has flnally ovelcome hel bashfulness DICK TIPPLE the quartet ln daddy s barbel shop Slngs loud enough for four PEGGY UNDERWOOD taken over the Somerset R F D No 2 GEINE VERNON-coach at N L H S h1S team has just gamcd fame fo tzounclng Flve Po1nts MARILYN WAGNEP holdlng down two bookkeepmg Jobs-one at New lon s garage and the other at all the local basketball games THOMAS WEAVER pastor at the local U B Church VERNA W HITE has taken ox 61 Monument Squa1es leadlng restaulant stlll calls It Whltles G11ll ROSEMARY VIIGGINS dlrectlng he1 own dance band called the W1g gm s W1gg16S BAPBARA WILLIAMS w11t1ng a loxelorn column fo1 the Trlbune Also seen ln the Somerset Press and the Cornmg Tlmes BETTY NN ILSON part tlme partner IH Hardvs comedy act GLADYS W OLFE-employed as bouncer at the Wonder Bar BILL WOLLENBERG asslstant to Spencel the street hght bulb- changer . DORIS YOUNG genelal manager at the Sab1t1no Junk yard , . , . . L- . . . ' . . V A J. i v ,y u ' ' In -1 . ,' . - . , . 1 . 9 Q Q u I -- - t-w ' , ' ' 1 ,Y u xv - , n A' L , ' u , - , , - - - ,' H n 1 , ' Y , . ., - ., . -, . ., . A H I! y - , - '. , . . . JACK SHIPLETT-operating a beauty shop featuring special permanent . Q . , A L I "' u - l , "' . 1 ' 1 1 I Y ' L 'W Q - . , .5 - V . . . , I - . . . V y . ,, , . ' . . . .5 ' ' ' ' I bm . , v . . - ! r - . . . . . . ' . . . 1 . . , . , Y . . . . V ' - A - . , ,. . L - . Y - Q . D Y -Qi f 1 Y v . Y V B- . ,Y . 1 'F'-"i ' TX X Ashes to ashes dust to dust we the Seniois helebx bequeath the following as we sadly leaxe New Lexington High School in this gloiious wen 1946 The Seniors leaxe the alcoxe to the Juniols if they haxe couiage enough to tfike xx hat s left Jeannine Boudinot leaxes hel blue ex es to Baibaia Bennett Bob Boudinot ledxes his knack of sleeping in goxeinment class to Tom Nash Maieella Cannon leaxes iust quiet as exei Pema Cannon leaxes hei n1elina'ne Blondie to Miiiam XX atts Lill Collin leaxes his euilx han to the N L gals xx ho foiget to cianli up theiis Cfuolxn Conauax leaxes hei beautiful singing xoice to Slnilex Sm der Bob Clouse leax es his teiiific position of tackle to Ceoige Finnen Ann Daxie leaxes singing Home Sweet Home and Anchors Ava eigh XX1lh9lI'Illll3. Diekeison leaxes her loxe fox lnight ied to the fiiemen Paul Dusenbeirx leax es his athletic abilltx to Piul Shiplett Puth Ann Exeland leax es hex caclxle to Doloies Snx dei Ruthie could do with one less laugh Kenneth Floxseis leaxes as bashful as when he came ' ' ' -' N ' ., f ' X 1 i X X W ,L-- , ' 'i 4'i isR'S Q X Ymsri W REV? ,f-" 'L ax ff-Qi XQX Y- I'-'-"Q x 'X-. Y ' ' 3 1 1 ' K I It ' W . ' , 1 v 1 L v 9 . j 2 ', : ' , y 41, A , vv ' , 1' . . . , 7 C 1 Ramona Bradley leaves her position as Queen to some lucky girl next year. ' V ' . Y H . ,, . ,. , L I Q J' ' , . . , 'L , . , ' . A 'I v . . . , C n tv v ly v u ' ' I w ' ' u .v D- . ,' , ' ' U , H H , , , ' sr . v . U . - 77 . Y . ' s. ' i v , Malk Forquei leaxes the faculty with an abundance of giex hans Isnt he a dexil? Mike I'l1Cl leax es his stuttels to Junior Boxxeis Charles Goughnoui lea es and is glad of it James Hai dx leax es his blushing beautx to limmx Iennon John H item leaxes singing Snap that fat Baby xx ont you sci ap that fat ' Maxx Hilliard lefixes hei position of xxaitie to Exelxn Coffman Joan Huffman xx as going to leaxe hei Job at the d1 ug stole to someone but deeidtcl she d keep It after all Bob Hutehinson leax es his xx ax xxith Millei to Ped VK ollenbelg Chai les Ixellex le IX es his fax oilte expiession Box xou should haxe been xxith us last night to his biothei George fox futuie use X uginia kinsel leaxes he1 iollei skates to Dollx Huffman Fieeland Koehlei leaxes Miss Mlllel a chicken falm so she can sell sand xxithes at the games Millei s ptisonal sem 8l.al1LS to Sue Page ind M1lXlfJlS Scraffoid Eful M won lt ix es his ieelxless dllXlIlg to Paul Pusex I edesti lans bexx ale Llmabeth Miullei leaxe he1 position as glee club pianist to Beiniece Sxx mson Louella Iadxxin leax es hei xxinsome smile to Iouella Melxm Daxe Muiiax leaxes his false tooth to M1 FOUIHIQI in case he should lose his I obeita McMillan leax es he1 tx ping luck to X7lCtOl13 Seaman Bob Nash leax es the pool room to Dick Rankin Dolothx Pemod leaxes R H on exeix desk she occupied Martha Pusex fMom Ixeiseij leaxes hei technique foi getting hei man to Babe the kid S1St91 Joe Rapp leaxes his aitxstlc ability to Daxid Nevxlon Charlotte Rithaids leax es her lole as accompanist to Ellen McDougal Ethel Russell leaxes her quietness to Don Loomls HINT' HINT' George Scallon leax es his nickname tall dank and sleepy to Dick Xl ilson OSC31 Seaman leax es his xx ax xxith xxomen to Teddy Campbell James Schefflel leaxes his plaid sh11ts to J imes Hllllald 1 v ' I r '4 , 4 1 uv 1 I ' 1 Lv ' . my I . 1 f v ' ' H .. 1 . v. 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' H 1 1 1 ,. ,1 1 , c . . ,, . - . . A A . A . . , ft , 1 . ., . .t . I. A 1 L . K V C t- Z . ' c I . , , 7 J . . ' ,Y H . v1' ' 1 1 t. . 1 , 1 ., 1 . . , X' vu . 1 .. Y H 1 ,, .A r , I . . 1, - , . .. . v' 7 v .. ' . ,Avx v' c ,A N N 'N .U . J '2 -r President Vice P1 esident Secletaly Treasui 91 Bettv Abram Thelma Abram Halcle Allen Edna Ander on Barbara Bennett Carol Blackford William Bowers Tom Carney Rodney Christy Patricia Clark Evelyn Coffman James Colborn Janet Davis Anna Davwson Lenora Dickerson Jerry Finnen Don Fisher William Flowers Vtilma Hankinson Betty Hanning Harry Harris Joan Hedges Betty Helriggle James Hilliard Mable Hoops Wanda Hoover Gloria Hoy Thomas Jones fi' sl. JUNIOR S Rita Kiener Austin Kxester Rowena King' James Lennon Donald Ioomis Eleanor Marcket Bill Martindale Bob Mautz Luella Melvin Robert Miller Ellen McDougal Polly McTeague VVallacc Moore Raymond Hatem Thomas Nash Viandalea Neal David Newlon Sue Page Frances Pemberton Margaret Pletcher Ruth Pratt Paul Pusey Ann Puterbaugh Ralph Rambo Florence Ramsell Kathryn Reed Dale Reichley Paul Rose Q42 Louis Hatem Tom Carney Sue Wolfe Shirley Snider James Rucker Richaid Sands Victoria Seaman Jackie Sears Albert Severance Paul Shiplett Paul Shumaker William Shumaker Joe Smeltzer Ted Smeltzer Wanda Smith Ruth Snider Shirley Snider Dan Sorohan Betty Stemen Paul Stockman Juanita Strait Joe Swackhammer Betty 'Thompson Bob Thompson Richard Tinto Gene Tom Gene White Betty Wilson Ned Winegardner Sue Wolfe Janet Vlfollenber Rodney Wollenberg T lffft sin Sa! ?a mpfinr-0' 2 it Km in inure' nl-'all 1 .1UPHQJl1lURE 5 President Vice P1 esldent Secx etary Treasuier Jlclt Allen Elizibeth Anderson William Beckett Pltsy Bell Betty Bennett Dick Bennett Louise Bishop Royce Lfxnnon Andv Cole Rosalie Deaveis William Erwin George Fmnen Anthony Fiore 'Vladonna Fisher Norma Flowers Charles Hammond Donald Hammond Robert Hardy Eddie Harris Fred Harris Bertha Helriggle Sally Hillis Mary Householder Paul Hutchison Betty Iiams Rita Keister Enda King Joan Klmgler Bob Lewis Maiilvn Lomway 1 loiia Masterson Mitzi Mlnshull Jean Moore Thelma Munyan Fred Sells Junior Vthited Alt McClintock Gene McClintock Nlerriam McClintock Bob McCord Ellen McMillan Marilyn Nash Lucille Oliver Joe Reid Earl Rowe Orville Rucker Betty Saffell Martha Saffell Layton Savage Joe Reid Alice VN olfe Dick Bennett Andx Core Roberta Savage llrl3lYl0lS Sci rffoicl Catheiine q92.l11lYl Junior Sheaftel Ie tei Sheppnd Manxlou Shlexes Albert Smith Evelxn Smith I illlrn Smith Dolores Snxder Leo Soweis Dons Speelman Evangeline Stockman Cladys Swackhammer Lselyn Thorp louise Tharp Edward T1"1CQy Marx Weidner Rebecca Xl eilancl Janet lVilliams Dick Wilson Rosalie Wilton Rosalie R. Wilson Sylxiu Wilson Alice VS orle 'HKU President Vice President Secretary T1 easurer Patrick Allen Jr Margie Ardetto James Bennett Joanne Boudmot Vivian Bringardner Nellie Browning Juanita Brunton Wilfred Burley Dale Carney Don Carney Richard Carney Francis Cinquepalmi Barbara Conaway Richard Cotterman Jane Davis Vito Dibari Ada Dickerson Fern Dickerson John Dickerson Melvin Diller Martha Dickerson Betty Dusenberry William Dusenberry Samuel Fiore Robert Flowers Paul Fredericks Jenny French Evelyn Hammond Charlotte Hiles Douglas Hilliard Deith Huffman Kenneth Fry George Hotra APP! FRESHMEN Eugene Keister Burton Kimble Velma Dinney Mary Joan Kinney Ellen Koehler Peggy Kokensparger Don Lewis Hazel Litchfield Dick Martindale Jerry Masterson Rex Masterson Orvin Maynor Dwight Morgan Donna McCaig John McGonag Mary Ellen Newlon Donald 0 Farrell Ann Pace Freda Parsons James Joseph Paxton Hazel Pemberton Lawrence Pierce Mary Lou Prichard Charles Quinn Richard Rankin Ruth Rose Rosalie Saffell Malinda Scheffler Florence Seaman Richard Seaman Ray Seibert Juanita Self Tom Stickel Tom Richards Rex Masterson Donald Elklns Dale Shiplett Althur Shaffer Yancy Shipley Patsy Shoemaker Mary Eileen Smith Challes Snider Robert Snyder Grace Shreves Betty Lou Shumaker Clalranne Speelman Sara Ann Starner William Starner Clarence Steele Gene Steele Marilyn Strawn Isabell Sullivan Burenice Swanson Jo Ann Tipple Noreen Van Atta Patricia Weaver Nancy Welker Charles White Harley White Beatrice .Wilsor Gerald Wilson ' Michael YVilson Betty Lee Wolfe Kay Wolfe Anna Wood Adrian Wollenberg Delores Wright Doris Wright Mirian Watts Ralph Watts f 416' .WF Y i . .1 The Panthonian staff is made up of the two semester Journalism Classes. The Panthonian is published every six weeks of the school year under the skillful supervision of their advisor, Mrs. Sheeran. The staff for the first semester was: EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief ,.,..... ...............................i............. .........Charlotte Richards Assistant Editor ...,..,. ..........,.,.,....e.......... ......,...,. R 0 bert McMillan News Editor ..i.,...,.., ....,..,........ ..................................... J o an Huffman Copy Editors ........ ..,.,... W inifred Melvin, Marjorie Kokensparger Activities ....,....,. .......,............................................. G ladys Wolfe Features ..,.......... ....... ........,............. J o yce Spradlin Girls' Sports ,....,,. .......... W ilhelmina Dickerson Boys' Sports .,....... ................,. R aymond Smith Exchanges ,.,i,,,,, ......... T homas Weaver Alumni .,.......... ,,..,......,..,....................,.... ......... D o rothy Penrod BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ........ ..............................,......,... ,...................... E l eanor Smith Assistants ...............,,....., ......... A nn Davie, Bob Nash Circulation Manager ,.,., , ,..,.......,,...,..,. Rema Cannon Assistant ..,...............,,..... ..,.............James Spencer Qi 4 ' in T., - .. The staff for the second semester was: Editor-in-Chief .,........ Assistant Editor .,........ News Editor .,,,,,,,,,,.,, Copy Reader .,,....... Activities .......... Features ,,..........,.. Girls' Sports ,..... Boys' Sports ....... Exchanges ........ Alumni ........... Business Manager ....... Assistant ....,,,,.......s,s,......., Circulation Manager Assistant ..,.......,..., .,,,,,,. EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STA FF ........... Mark Forquer ...........,..Joyce Spradlin ..................Car0lyn Conaway . ......................... Virginia Kinsel .,....,..Doris Storts, Earl Mason ..............James Hardy Storts Paul Dusenberry, Mark Forquer Snider ...,......Jack Shiplett ...............Earl Mason ,.....Kenneth Flowers .....,.,.Paul Dusenberry ......,.Charles Goughnour FQQFBALL The Panthers opened thelr season Wlth a 19 14 loss to a fast moxlng Athens team The team then suffered thelr second defeat to a stlong Logan team Both of these games however were played hard by the boys and they trled thelr best The Panthers then opened thelr home season by a declslve 19 2 w1n over the Rosevllle Ramblers IH the flrst M V L game The next game was wlth Phllo and the New Lexlngton Panthers were lated the underdog but surprlsmg us all they came through wlth an 8 7 xlctory Thxs was accomphshed mostly by the means of a safetv when Paul Dusenberry tackled Bob Ryan one of the Phllo backs and scol ed the w1nn1ng safety St Thomas was the next league game and thex wele defeated by the Panthers 2.9 0 The team then tlax eled to NlSlt a supposedly weak Glouster elex en and was held to a 7 7 tle mostly because Glouster took to the axrw ass Thls txe put the Panthels IH second place easy xlctory 34 0 The next game w as the t1ad1t1onal homecomlng game and the Panthexs won 26 0 befoxe a throng of homecomlng fans The flnal game was the most cruclal moment of the season as we plax ed Clooks ulle and our chance for fxrst place xn the M V L was to be declded now or never It was a battle between two well balanced teams wlth New Lexmgton showmg the best defense It was the flrst t1me IH two Xeals that Crooksvllle was unable to cross the goal l1ne strlpe The New Lex xngton Panthers fxghtlng wlth the fury worthy of then name spolled the Crooksxllle HOmECOm1Hg by defeatlng them 6 0 Th1s game meant the Lxttle Whlte Shoe as well as the Panthers fnst Musklngum Valley Champlonshlp smce 1934 Conglatulatlons Panthels' V . . - - V. . Y Y ' 7 D 1 ' V V V . . V. Y Y . 7 . V VV V . . V . V Just one-half game below Crooksville. New' Concord was defeated lll an v y ' v V' v V ' . 1 , - . 1 I , I. 1 I v XX S S X 4 i-dj 1 U1 I Di .JJ .C Di .... The Banthels completed then basketball season by takmg foul th place 1n the Musklngum Valley League The team was lacklng 1n experlence but made up fO1 lt by then eagexness to wln ThlS su1pr1sed many of the1r followels afte1 such a pool season the precedlng year The team had only two lettermen Taylor and Velnon The 19 malnden of the squad was composed of football players who had 1ust completed a XlCt0llOllS season Desplte gleat detelmlnatlon, the team sufieled defeat thlrteen out of nlneteen games' The two bxg games of the season w1th C100lxSXlllQ V019 dxylded New Iex wmmng the fust on then home floo1 and Clooksxlllo stcalmg hOhO1S fox the second by a small mal gm SCORES New New New New New New New New New Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lui Lex 11 Nloxahala Cloustel Glenfold St Thomas St F1 'mcls Caldwell Glenfoz d Shaw nee Philo 'N ew New New New New Ixew :lNew New Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Lex Scloto Junctlon St Nlaxvs N ew Concord Junctlon C1 ooksulle Rosew llle Glouste1 rn X S' r' ru X I I . , . 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J ' .,................ 42 VARSITY COMMENTS DICK TAYLOR Sllms helght and shootmg ablllty were a great advantage to the team BOB CLOUSE Bob was actmg captam and a good man to have when the goxng was tough PAUL DUSENBERRY Dusle proved that bad eyes were no handxcap and wore glasses a full season He was a good defenslve man and held down some of the leagues leadmg scorers DAVE MURRAY Daves speed on the court hasnt been equalled ln many years He was as good a guard and ball handler a coach could ask for GENE VERNON Geme was best on offenslve He scored as hxgh as 29 pomts m a smgle game PAUL SHIPLETT Shxp a Junlor played ln many games He earned a letter MARK FORQUER Mark IS a Semor and though he xs small he proved the old DON FISHER Flsh a Junior played m several games and IS a good prospect for next year RAYMOND SMITH Ray a Senior has abxhty but due to the fact that there were few games won by a large margln he saw llttle actlon RODNEY WOLLENBERG Red a Jumor IS a good defenslve man He has speed and wxll be back next year to plove It JOE RAPP MANAGER Joe was neat clean and t1dy He enjoyed watchmg the squad practlce late JACK ALLEN ASST MANAGER Jack the assxstant was good at everythmg except throwmg ln the towel durmg time out -H . , ,, . . . . in ' rr ' . , . 1 y - in - yr ' ' I -Du - yr ' ' , 1 1 - ' saying "small but mighty." 144 ' n - - ' I Y , . . . 1 v x . . . , . ' .Qu n - - - 7 Y ' v 1 ' y y . ' Y . , . . 1 "' 1 1 ' ' ' an - sr IUDENI' COUNCIL G A STIQDFNT COUNCIL OFFICERS President ............,.,..... .....,......, D ick Taylor Vice-Prcrident. ,,,,.,...........CC. Mark Forqucr Secret'1ry. .,,....,.. ..,,.... . .I eggy Underwood TI'C'lSU1'LI', ,.,....,.. .,....... . .Lester Shcppcrd The Student Council is an organization of pupils representing the entire student body. The members who were elected to represent their class are as follows: Dick Taylor, Mark Forquer, Peggy Underwood., Charles Kelley, Janet Davis, Ellen McDou2al, Jackie Sears. David New- lon, Marilvn Nash, Jack Allen, Lester Shepperd, Tommy Richards, Robert Flowers, Betty Shumaker, Bill McDonald, Helen Bringardner, Bob Smith, Tom Catchpole. They promoted many activities and some of the most outstanding were: the sale of stamps and bonds, sale of pencils to the students. the organization of the Booster Club, and the supervision of the homecoming game and dance. Their success was due largely to the skillful supervision of their' advisors, Mr. John Neff and Miss Gladys Barker. HONOR SQCZIETY HONOR SOCIETY OFFICFRS Plesxdent Verna Whlte Vlce Presldent Marllyn Wagner Secretary Eleanor Smlth Txeasuzer Challotte Richards The Lexlngtoman Chapter of the Natlonal Honor Soclety xl as estab lxshed ln New Lexmgton ln 1940 The socletx xxas O1 ganlzed to entoulage hlgh standards ln scholalshlp leade1sh1p chalacter and SQIXICQ The lnductlon SQFVICG was held Mal ch 15 The SEEHIOIS 1n1t1ated xx me Joe Rapp Ruth Ann Eveland Rlchard Taxlol Balbala VK llllams Robelta MCMllll3H and Wmlfred Melxm The Jumors xx e1e Sue Wolf' Vxllma Hanklnson Ellen McDougal Louella Melxm and D3X1d Nlexxlon Afte1 the cexemonx the nexxlx elected m6mbC1S and then palents enjoyed tea ln the Home Economlcs Room In the exemng thex xxele honol ed guests at a dance g1xen at the Youth Center featurlng Bob Mllo and his OlCh9St13. The adxlsels a1e Mxss Mlllel and M1 Neff SFNIOR CLf"'5 "..fl The Senlor class play Don t Take My Penny under the dxrectlon of Mlss Ehzabeth Newlon was presented on May 3 m the hlgh school audxtorlum The play IS centered around a hlgh school gul who doesnt really know what she wants from llfe How she fmds out causes many headaches to ey ery one concerned but ln the end ex eryone IS satlsfled and Penny has made up her mlnd The cast Included Eleanor Smlth Mark Folquer Earl Mason Dlck Tay lor Verna Whlte Ruth Ann Eveland Gladys Wolfe Joe Rapp Bob Hutchmson Betty Wllson Jlm Schefflel Ramona Bradley Ann Dax 19 Maulyn NX agnel Oscar Seaman Raymond Sm1th JUNIQR FLAGS HL. The Jun1or Class Plav Txuth On a Hol1d'1y under the d1rect1on of MIS M315 Svs allow was plesented January 17 Allce Grant vwrote a DSDGI for psychology uslng her f3th61 as the subyect and desc11b1ng h1m as a megalomanlac The professor became so lDt9l9St6d that he declded to XlSlt and ObS61VQ M1 G1 ant Compl1cat1ons arose when the professor and an 1nter1o1 decolator a1e gn en the same name by d1ffe1ent membe1s of the famllx to conceal then ld6HtltV The state pol1t1cal boss learns that M1 G1 ant lS a megalo mamac and the pal ty lefuses to suppolt hlm 101 the nommatlon of the Goxernolshlp The plofessor fmally Hdm1tS that he vu as onlx t1X1l1g to punxsh Allce for decelvmg hlm and M1 G1 ant gets the nom1nat1on The cast lncludes Dan S01 ohan Janet Dans Ellen McDougal XX llma Hankmson Bob Thompson Joe Dale Svnackhamrnel Pollv McTeague Daud New lon Jackle S6315 Torn Nash Jlm Lennon and Pat Cla1k BAND 86 1a1QA 1-Kiln,-X The New Lexmgton H1gh Sehool Band Ulldel the d1rect1on of C Allen Conn enlowed a successful season th1s wea1 w1th pa1t1c1pat1o11 111 a HLlmb8l of exents OlltSlClQ the school 1n acld1t1on to the usual home act1x1 t1es At all of the local football games the band furmshed ente1t'11nment fo1 tl1e fans and boosted the mo1ale of the plax CIS w1th appropuate num b8lS Dur1ng the 1nte1m1ss1ons ma1ch1ng on the f1eld and fo1mat1ons out oi town games Togethe1 w1th bands f1om sexe1al othe1 schools the local gloup 1o1nefl IH the ee1emon1es at an Amer1can Ieg1on com ent1on IH Munax C1tx On Februalx 71 M1 Conn fo1mallx presenttcl the band 1n the annual conce1t w h1eh was well receued bu the aud1enee A banquet honor1ng the plax ers w as gn en bx the Band llfI0tl19lS CdllY 1n Maltll The guest of honor on the occas1on was Mr Xl 1lll'3.I11 Mc B11de duector of the OhlO State ma1ch1ng band The season closed wlth a trlp to Jackson Ohlo w he1e ten Yl'19I'11bG1S plax ed IH a four hund1ed p1ece band at a Sp11ng lTUSlC3.l Festn al The band members extend thanks to all w ho haxe helped III makmg the season a suetess and espeually to M1 Conn and the Banu lMOtll91S A13 J .fx X ni Q It f ' ' .Af A -, 1 . . .f A 1 . A Av v .YI ' I I , . . . I. . . ' , y . - . A ' K, ' c were 1n order. These mus1cians also took part in the ceremomes at a few' ' . . . ' .. v v L ' .I . v , " . I ' . V. .c 4 ' v. ' . v Y ' V v n J L.. .1 T , L Y .n ' I . n DFERETTA The operetta Tune ln was presented March 22 under the dlrectxon of Miss Margaret Olds asslsted by Allen Conn The plot mvolxes a radlo program The irogglns HOUI Mr Kroggms wlfe Mxtzl lnslsts upon slngmg on the program but she IS purposely detained and M1tZl the swltehboard operator takes hex place The outraged Mrs Kroggms fmally declded to let Mltll be starred per manently on the program and The Kroggms Hour IS suocesstully establlshed The cast 1ncludes Oscar Seaman Bob Hutclunson Rav Smlth Tom Nash Flossle Ramsell Charles Kelley Ruth Ann 'weland Carolyn Conaway James Lennon Ramona Bradley Barbala Wllllams Eleanor Smlth Martha Kexser Joe Rapp DlCk Taylor and Barbara Conaway The accompamst was Charlotte Rlchards as 11 - ' 1 - 1 1 , . 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SEXTET The Hxgh School Sextet was organlzed in 1919 bw Mlss Malgalet Olds It IS composed of the follovung senlor glrls Eleanol Smlth Martha Kelser Barbara Vhlllams Ramona Bradlex Carolyn Conaxxay Ruth Ann Eweland They sang ln Specxal HSS8mbll6S and xarxous school 3CtlNltlCS Thelr flrst appealance xx as ln the mlmstlel of 1919 and smce then they haxe been xexy successful. yr PRINCE OF PEACE The annual Pnnce of Peace Declamatlon Contest sponsored by the Ohlo Councxl of Churches was plesented before the student bodx ho xembel 9 1945 After sex eral ellmlnatlon contests the contestants xx e1e chosen Those partlclpatmg meme Challotte R1chards Eleanol Sm1th Bettx Mae Vhlson Calolyn Conavsax Ruth Ann Exeland and Peggx Underwood mth Barba1a XX 1lllamS actlng as M1Stl9SS of Celemomes Peggy Underwood won flrst place and Ruth Ann Exeland non second place Thelr alternates H919 Caxolxn Conauax and Bettx Mae Xhlson Peggy won flrst m the Countx contest but ss as defeated IH the d1St1lLt 5u66TMwf3T5 4' ,J A Xff If NN Xx ff!! 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THF JOY OF BEIWG ON THE STAFF Gettlng out thls annual IS no p1cn1e If yye punt yokes people say yye ale sllly If we ehp tIl1IlgS from other annuals We ale too lafy to wute them oursely es If yye don t we ale stuek on our own stuff If we stxek close to the Job all day yy e ought to be out huntlng up neyys If we do get out and try to hustle yye ought to he on the yob ln the Off1C9 If yyc don t pllnt f,OIltllbl1llIOI1S We don t apprcexate tlue genlus And If yye do punt them the anual IS fxlled yylth Junk If yye make a ehange IH the othel fellows yy 11te up we ale too c11t1eal If we don t yye ale asleep Now hke as not some guy yy1ll say We sw1ped thls flom some othel annual yy E DID A sense of humo1 IS what makes you laugh at somethyng that yy ould make you mad lf It happened to you M1 Fou1n1e1 Why are vou late thls molnlng Bob" Bob IIlltC,hlIISOIl I squee7ed out too much toothpaste and had a hald t1me gettmg It back 1n the tube John I fynally got tyyo tlekets for the theatel kate Then Ill stalt dlessmg at once John Good ldea The tlekets ale fol tomouoyy nlght Sign IH GTM yy ANTILD Man to yy ash dlshes and tyyo w a1t1esses M1 Iyelley Dld you haye the car last nlgllt son" M1 kelley Vyell tell the boys I found one of then httle late h 1lIIyI6S Joe Papp yy ele you ey Cl pmehed for going too fast? Oseu Seam xn No but Iye been sl lpped Maulyn yy agnel I eaught my boy fuend llCLIxlI1g' I uth Iyel md I eaught mme th It yy ay too Ned yy lnegaldnel My lsnt a nlght elub a gleat place to go On a 1a1ny Illglltq Geolge Se tllon Xou sald lt' Stay outsxde and get wet and go ln sxde and get soaked' One day last yylntex Ann Dayxe stalled he1 C31 at the t13fflC llght She stamped on the stai tel tued agaln choked hex englne yy hlle behlnd hel Eall Mason honked hls holn steadlly Flnally she got out and yy alk ed back Im awfully SOIIX but I don t seem to be able to stalt my cal she told hmm pleasantly If youll go up the1e and staxt It fo1 me Ill stay l1e1e and lean on y0u1 holn Salesman XX hy thls machlne yy1ll do half you1 work Daye Muuay I'll take tyyo of them ,' . - , V v y I v . 1 r N 7 -y ky . - . ' t-, v I ' I ' ' .1 ' 7 A v , . .,. . , , . V, . . .. , . , V x 7 V 1 .V l 1 , ' , v .' , A Q Q, 7 : ' ' ' . . v ' ' , . I . ' .. H , . ' . ' 79 ' ' - Q, V ' . 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H ' Y ' ' ' -' , . , H . . , .. .. sc , , , 77 Chal les Goughenom XI h'1tll ue do" Jlm Schefflel I ll spln a com If lts heads yye go to the moy1es lf It s ta1ls vse ll go to the dance and 1f It stands on edge yye ll study It takes tyyo to make a mauxage an anxlous ITlOtllL1 and a smgle gnl Elle Sm1th I had to change my seat sex e1al tlmes at the moy1es Caroly n Conavy ay G1 aclous d1d a man get f1 esh l Elle Smlth XI ell flnally Doctol Yom husband must haye absolute quxet Hele IS a sleeplng povs de1 Martha Kelsel Vyhen do I glye lt to h1m'7 Docto1 You don t g1ye xt to hlm you take It youlself Gob VR 1ll you many me? Gul You ll haye to see my mothel flrst Gob Ive seen your mother and I st1ll yy ant to many you Fathe1 Remember son a job yy ell done need ney G1 be done agam Son XX hat about cuttlng the gl ass I Customer Can th1s fur coat be yy orn out m the 12.1119 Salesman Madam dld you eyel see a labblt C3118 an llI'Ilb1Cll2l9 Teacher I take gleat pleasule IH glylng you 8072 ln geometly Day e Dave Newlon Aw gee why dont you make It a hundled and really enjoy Vourself'7 L1tt1e Vs1ll18 hung hxs SlStQ1 She was dead before we mlssed her W1ll1es always up to tucks Am t he cutel He s only sxxl m71ll19 vylth a thxrst for gore Nalled the baby to the door Mothel W 1ll1e Blessed E lessed Blessed sleep Blessed Blessed Blessed Blessed thanks Blessed saxd vuth humor qualnt deal don t spo1l the pamt are 316 3.1 9 are are are are 3.18 N L H S BEATITUDES the JUHIOTS for they shall soon be SQUIOIS they vyho stop vy11t1ng notes fo1 tney shall not be caught they who dld not go to Buckeye Lake fo1 they 19C9lX6d the peacemakers for they are the ch1ld1 en of the faculty those who eat candy for they shall be palned the weak fox they haye It easy those who haye school Splllt fo1 they shall 1ece1ve the faculty fox they are the ch1ld1en of lnqumty . ,, u v r , U . c . 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Grocery Compllments of ELLIS DEPT STORE Complnments of THE PERRY COL NTY B ANK New Iexlngton O Complnments f PEOPLES IN ATIOINAL BANK New Lexlngton O Compllments of EY ERETT L EY ELAIND County Audxtor C mphmentq f JOHN D DAY IS robate and luxenlle ludge Compliments f PAUL GORDON Lounty Recorder Complunente of LEVIPCO DIF SET D New Lexmgton C1 mpllmentw f EX ANS RE -XVIER AND 'VIALHINE CO Compllmente of 'VIII L STREET SERN ILE STATION Compliments of BIRRIWIER S Funeral Seruce Compl1mentS of Compliment f HLTL HIINSON S CLOLSE SNIDER DAIRY GIIOLERY Compliment FE XLTX FERGUSON Sales FORD Sersue Broadw ay Phone 9 C C rmplxment f Complxment L CHUTP K ww, IH srmwx WILI ISON Compliments of SINIDER FLAUTT Lumber Lompuny Compliment of C nmpllmenti of HL FFNIAN ELECTRIC ll IGTON BAILEY Comphments of DAY IE Prlntmg Lompanv Compliment TRIBLNE Job Printing C mpllmenf ff I FXINI TONI XN COHHTKIUIHIIOHQ Senlorq I ERNON and L -XTCHPOLE REbT XLRANT General Insurance Complxments of FLOW ERS STL DIO Complxments of IXELLEY S FURNITL RE 8. 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Xppllances Compliments f TIPPLE BARBER SHOP Complxments of MELL G UNDERWOOD kttornex Xt Law New Lexington Compliments of BROADWAY SER! ICE STATION Complnments f PARK HOTEL Compliments of WALTER S SHOE REPAIR Complxmente of MCCLIN TOCK MOTOR SALES 4311 191 11 Brown Compllments f PURE OIL STATION V1 'SI Spicer 'blanager ' ' v , ' . 10' w. - A A l - ' V l Y f ,WW ,,,, , 9 , , t 1 ' 1 , 1 Y , l 9 ' . ' 'r ' I L L Y l 1 - xv 1 I . I ' . Q 4 . L . ' . ' , , ,, W H , W i5 YW W f , Y M A UV ' , ' , of , 4 - . n x 3 V ' ' , , 1 . I 1 1 1 x , ' A . 1 L l u l . . I . S o F . . A DR. . . . . 4 . 1 1' N ' r , ' , 5 1 ' , 1 - 1 Y' Y v ' W . . . Y v ' . , uv 1 Y F ' 0 v -, . i - r f ' Y T , Y T Y . 1 I I L A CO- z . . . A l . L . ' 1 - ' - 0 T , tl 1 . . Y 4 . v I . . ' l . w v A V ' 0 . , JR. l Q ,VJ ' l Q . 1 xv lg . f A I I l f - - -- ,f 7 , 7 -.,,,4..,-, ,, , ,,.,,-,-,QW f,-W , --,.t.,..,,, . ,. , , V, K Tl H l f r ' L , A ' . o 9 A' I I i Ph, f - '. ' I '. . . , . 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New Lexington High School - Lexingtonian Yearbook (New Lexington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

New Lexington High School - Lexingtonian Yearbook (New Lexington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

New Lexington High School - Lexingtonian Yearbook (New Lexington, OH) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

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