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150 THE LEXINGTONIAN Published by the Senior Class of I953 C HARLES GALLAG HER Edifor HELEN BAUER DELORES DESHLER Business Managers WILLIAM WEAVER Advisor NEW LEXINGTON HIGH SCHOOL New Lexington , Ohio 1 1 1. . . 1 1 7 ,.-If ' 'Jw' ,,.a- -- - 551'- M, 1: " ,,.-is--1 1522" ',:"' ' 17 W- ,. I, Q be - -1: Aff' W 'f ' f - z , -.-f V K - ,f',r I P 1 .-" X- ,gi '4' -' .'-,,g- I , 2-f A I f --4 Y ' f -T ,fi f ' ' " ' " 'Zi "M l ! P 1- - -A" ,f , fr" -1 1 'Z'n "' " L - ' f, 'X ri , A gl' . ' ' 3 fzl ' 1121: ' 5555- 33: . , . -573 -.f:' 1 .ffl ., , 452 32' ,. Sri . 4:45 Z:'. ". ' " .52 ',' 1 -'. . 'ii ' gr., Q 1-:-. . .1 , 4.1 ...Q 'ff iii? 1.5, '- - 4? -6 ' - 2-:f .J f -L .4 mi -, "- N -1-ff ..g -v. . , .-1' g.- ' 3 , 'fg "-, ' .S - - -'Q 4' , . .',. V "5 . .5 , :-, 4 'Ig' ,235 9- . . '- 56 '.-' 's"'. LH: f 01-1 .:-?'. ., '. Av -'Q 3.2222 .gil :"7'- ,gl ' ' gl :s 4. : 0. -' , 4 13. 4-rg H fe, 55? . ':5'-. H "4 S:-. .F': - x '-' gzg. -aj. -x 13. +1 , ,. ' - :- Q33 -:R 'Q - f - , ,gf- . g. 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Folclen Typing Stenography Miss Newlon latin English 0 Mr. Masterson Family Relation Geography Arithmetic Mrs. Priode English Public Speaking Miss Smith Home Economics Mr. Priode Industrial Arts 421 I m ix!! 1' O MIS. LaBuda Physical Mr. Neff Science Education Q li I I ,ga Miss Drury Mrs. Bailey Business Education Ann Hammond Secrefary English Nellie Browning Secretary Mr. LaBuda Physical Education Drivers Education Mr. Conn Band r L., 2-:l1".:.-.1. - .., -4 Q - .....fJ2T-sm,-. 'lug .gh .1 ,,,,. ' A ' '- lf. .Z .-:gl - ,-Y I 5 TTI ' --3,3-fi-. f, - - "' 5116.47 fg, f' - .le 'mfg . 4 Jig E i A, fb-f ' 1 ' " ' .. ' " N ' 6 , Af-'L' ff K 1 ' iff :rim-2534! "' "":'7i:'T f f ,, 1 iii, 'f'uz:29" N gig, , ! af 6 1 f Z Q 2 ROBERT MOTTERN Vocational Stands 3-4 Class Play 3 C. Pres. 2-3-4 V. President I Band I-3-4 'UG JACK ORRISO N CLASS ADVISOR 150 Class of I953 JIM PIERCE Vocational Basketball 2-3-4 Football 2-3-4 Baseball 3-4 C. Treas. 2-3 C. V. Pres. 4 WILLIAM R. WEAVER 1 CLASS ADVISOR MITZI THOMPSON Business G.A.A. I-2-3-4 C. Pres. I V. Pres. 2 S. Council I-3 Librarian I-4 Stands 3-4 C. Sec. 4 .ii "XI" LORI NDA LARIMER Bus i ness G. A. A. 2-3-4 News Staff 4 Glee Club l-2-3-4 Scholarship Team 2 BARBARA McCLl NTOCK Business Class Play 4 Stands 3-4 G. A. A. l-2-3 CHARLES WHITTI NGTON General Class Play 4 Football I-2-3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Basketball 2 Stud. Coun. 2 Pres. 4 J 1 JERRY ROBINSON Professional Football I-2-3 Baseball 'l-2-4 Class Play 4 Radio Club 3 Varsity Club 2-3-4 Latin Club 2-3-4 BOB SHUMAKER Vocational Football 3-4 Stands 3-4 Varsity Club 4 RAYMOND SHUMAKER Vocational Stands 3-4 MARGARET STEWART Bus i ness G.A.A. 2-3-4 Q. Attendant I Stands 3-4 Annual Staff BETTY DEBERRY Business G.A.A. l-2-3-4 Annual Staff Stands 3-4 Librarian 4 Glee Club 2-3-4 , , , gf l1?l. i?Ei 5i f 3' .., s g -1 .3 5 X . fs . k 5 DELORES DESHLER Business R.C. leader 2 V C Leader 3-4 G.A. A. I-2-3 Band I-2-3-4 Stud. Coun. Treas. 3-4 Stands 3-4 GEORGE RANDOLPH Vocational Football l-2-3-4 Varsity Club l-2-3-4 Baseball 3-4 Class Play 4 A f CHARLES GALLAGHER General Class Play 3-4 Basketball l-2-3-4 Baseball 1-2-3-4 Football 3 Annual Editor GEORGE HUGHES Vocational Basketball l-2-3-4 Baseball l-2-3-4 Football 4 Band l-2-3 V. Pres. 2-3 Glee Club 2 150 RODNEY BOOKMAN Business Football I-2 Band 4 12 JU DY HUF FMAN Professional Annual Staff Class Play 4 2nd-Senior Scholarship ANN SHIPLETT Professional G.A. A. l-2-3 Annual Staff Class Play 3-4 News Staff 4 S. Homecoming Attendant Librarian 3-4 MARGARET ROMINE General Glee Club l-2 Stands l-2-4 Annual Staff Class Play 4 '-sv CAROLYN PLETCHER Professional G. A. A. I -2-3-4 Stands 3-4 Honor Society Annual Staff Class Play 3-4 News Staff 4 Scholarship Team I-2-3 MARGIE WILSON Business Band I-2-3 G.A. A. I Stands 3 Annual Staff THOMAS JAMES HANKI NSO N Vocational Stud. Coun. I Class Play 4 Baseball I-2-3-4 Basketball I-2-3 Varsity Club 2-3-4 MARVIN ALLEN General Band I-2 Football 3-4 Varsity Club 4 Scorekeeper Annual Staff 5 O M TOM CHE NEY Vocational Football 2-3-4 Annual Staff Stands 4 Varsity Club 3-4 HARRY DEAVERS Vocational Stands 3-4 Class Play 3 Band I-2-3-4 Dist. Solo Contest I-2-3-4 SHIRLEY BERRY Business Class Play 3-4 G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Band I-2-3-4 Stands 3-4 Annual Staff Librarian I NATALIE KI NG Professional Scholarship Team I-2-3 Honor Society 8th-Senior Scholarship Annual Staff News Staff 'iQP7O YO P C ' 50 MILDRED ANN KETCHUM Professional Class Play 3-4 Glee Club 4 Annual Staff C. Officer I-2 F.H.A. 1-2 JOANN SEIDELL Business DEWAYNE KING General MARGIE WALKER Business R. C. Leader 2 V.C Leader 3-4 Nbiorette I-2 Drum Mai. 3-4 C. Secretary l Honor Society Annual Staff Stands 3-4 CAROLYN MCCRADY General Annual Staff MARILYN CARNEY Business G. A. A. 2-3-4 Stands 3-4 Annual Staff Glee Club I-2 Librarian 2 14 RALPH GORDON Class Play 3-4 Annual Staff News Staff 3-4 Scholarship Team 3 S. Scholarship Test ELEANOR SKEE NS General Stands I -2 Scholarship Team 2 an 3 5 ' 5 WL jf . Ei f .72 ..' ' zl A 3 " .Q.., ARLE NE CANNON Business Glee Club l-2-3-4 G. A. A. I-2-3-4 MARY BOSWE LL Business G.A.A. l-2-3 Stands I-2 Glee Club l-2-3-4 ROBERT GROVES Vocational Football 3-4 Stands 3-4 Annual Staff Varsity Club 4 50 4? NANCY STARNER Business Stands I -2-3-4 Annual Staff HARRY GO LDSBERRY DOUGLAS WIELAND Vocational Varsity Club 4 Stands 3-4 Band i Football Mgr. 4 15 WILLIAM MARLOW Vocational Stands 3-4 Band 3-4 Annual Staff Class Play 4 News Staff 3-4 f RUBY SORRELL General G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Stands I-2-3-4 Q-1 Sf' 15 lil. MARILYN FAULEY Business Glee Club I -2-3-4 RUSSE LL STU DER Business Stands 4 Class Play 4 Scholarship Team l-2-3 P' I O TOM BOWERS Vocational ROSE KING General NEI L HAMMO ND Vocational A HAROLD KENNEDY Vocational Stands 3-4 HE LE N BAUER Professional Honor Society Vocal Contest mis., 2-3-4 fStateD 3-4 Glee Club 2-3 Scholarship Team l-2-3 A V' gm, CAROLE WEAVER General G. A. A. l-2-3-4 Stands 3-4 Class Play 3-4 Annual Staff News Staff Band l Libr. I-3-4 Flagboy 150 WANDA YOUNG Business Student Coun. I Libr. I-2-3-4 Stands I-3-4 Annual Staff BE TTY SE LLS Business Stands l -2-3-4 JANET WHITEHOUSE Professional G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Band I-2-3-4 Glee Club 3 News Staff 4 Annual Staff Stands 3-4 Class Play 4 Honor Society an LELIA ANDERSON Business G. A. A. l -2-3 Glee Club Stands I-2 SHANNON DONALDSON Business G. A.A. I-2-3-4 Glee Club 3-4 Stands 3-4 Librarian 4 Annual Staff Class Play 4 -1 3 T X RUTHREED Bus i ness Stands I 2 3-4 Annual Staff SHIRLEY ANN KIENER General G lee Club 3 A G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Librarian I-2 Annual Staff Stands 3-4 1 V X' BETTY HUGHES Business Libr. 2-3-4 G.A.A. I-2-3-4 Stands 3-4 Annual Staff Glee Club 2-3-4 Stud. Coun. I NAME I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 IO II I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 20 2I 22 23 24 25 26. MARVIN ALLEN ..... LELIA ANDERSON ..... HELEN BAUER ...... SHIRLEY BERRY ...... RODNEY BOOKMAN .... MARY BOSWELL ..... TOM BOWERS ...... ARLENE CANNON .... MARILYN CARNEY ..... TOM CHENEY ..... HARRY DEAVERS ..... BETTY DeBERRY .... DE LORES DES H LER ......... .... SHANNON DONALDSON ........ MARILYN FAULEY ..... JOYCE FOLDEN ....... CHARLES GALLAGHER HARRY GoLDs BERRY ..... RALPH GORDON .... ROBERT GROvEs ..... NEIL HAMMO ND .... T. J. HANKINSON .... JUDY HUFFMAN ..... BETTY HUGHES .... GEORGE HUGHES ..... HAROLD KENNEDY .... "" 150 WHERE FOUND Rehoboth ...... Skating Rink ..... Home ........... Walking to School Redfield ......... Corning .... Church .... Cannon Grocery. . Government ..... In a Ford or Kaiser Band room ..... Six-Mile Turn-- Little Phil. . . . Chevrolet .... Church .... Out of town .... A. 8. P. . . . Clover Hill .... In his Oldsmobile. Driving the cab. . . At school ...... May's Drug Store . Home ....... Annual room ..... lsalys ....... In the garden. . WHO WITH Jane Sonia Heine John Bill AChecker Giant Corning gals Marilyn Alveda T. J. Anyone Conn Paul Penrod Shirley Keiner John Hoover Tom Nobody knows Marvin Marybelle The girls A brave customer The gals Gay Rodger The Staff Pierce ,The hoe WHAT DOING l. Working? 2. Skating .... 3. Singing ........ 4. Holding hands .... 5. Chasing rabbits ..... 6. Having a good time .... 7. Being religious ..... 8. Working .... 9. Arguing .... lO. Naking love ....... ll. Playing his trumpet .... l2. Driving ........... l3. Making whoopee ..... l4. Necking ......... l5. Dreaming ............. l6. Worrying about the time .... . . . . l7. Thinking of Ann ....... l8. Picking clover .... 19. Driving to a game. . . . 20. Watching the meter .... 21. Being bashful ..... 22. Making love. . . 23. Keeping house ..... 24. Working on Annual .... 25. Phoning Paula ...... 26. l'loeing ..... THEME SONG "Little Liza Jane" "Skaters Waltz" "With a Song in My Heart" "Billy Boy" "Peter Cottontail" "Lazy Mary" "Jesus Loves Ne" "Yes, We Have Na Bananas" "Can't We Be Friends" "Undecided" , .... "Blow Gabriel Blow" "Hot-Rod Race" "There is a Tavern in the Town' "Oh, Johnnyl" "Tain't No Sin" "Tell Mother l'Il be There" "Annie Laurie" "Four Leaf Clover" "Take Me Out to the Ball Game "Put Another Nickle ln" ".Wnat Do l Care?" f'Let Me Call You Sweetheart" "l Went to Your Wedding" "0 Happy Devi" "Hello, My Baby" "Slow Poke" NAME MILDRED KETCHUM . . . SHIRLEY KEINER .... DEWAYNE KING ..... NATALIE KING ..... ROSE KING .......... LORINDA LARIMER ..... .... BILL MARLOW ......... BARBARA McCLI NTOCK .... .... CAROLYN McCRADY. . BOB MOTTERN ....... JIM PIERCE ........... CAROLYN PLETCHER. . . GEORGE RANDOLPH ..... . . . RUTH REED ........... MARGARET ROMINE. .. BETTY SELLS ........ ANN SHIPLETT ..... BOB SHUMAKER .... SONNY SHUMAKER .... . . . ELEANORA SKEENS .... RUBY SORRELL ...... NANCY STARNER .... MARGARET STEWERT. . . RUSSELL STUDER .... MITZI THOMPSON .... MARGIE WALKER ..... LJ' 150 WHERE FOUND Music room ..... Dunkles. . . Anywhere. . At home . . . Home room .... Luckoffs ....... In the funk yard .... ..... Study hall ..... Skating ...... Class meeting. . . . ..... Eastern Ave . if AtW. P. A. .. .The farm ..... On a date. . . Everywhere. . Columbus. . .Chrysler. . . Out ..... At school ...... Big Bear Store. . . Anyplace Don is. Ball's ..... At the movie .... Park Poultry Farm .... .... Uptown ......... Eastern Ave. . . 20 WHO WITH Helen Her customers Rodney Boolcman Jim Everyone Marilyn Danny Sabintino Herself Nobody knows Senior Class Margie The other members Helen Fred Starner Everyone Jack Red Neil Hammond Senior girls Carry-out boys Don The Babies Jim Any old hen Margaret Jim WHAT DOING 27. Playing the piano. 28. Eating .......... 29. Looking For a girl. 30. Studying ........ 31. Being sweet ..... 32. Giving sales talk. 33. Hunting a new car. . . . .. 34. Writing letters. . . 35. Skating ....... 36. Pacing 8. shouting. . . . . . 37. Baby-sitting? . . . 38. Laughing .... 39. Milking cows ...... . . . 40. Saying good-night 41. Cracking Gum . . . 42. Running out of gas 43. Riding around .... 44. Dodging women .... . . . 45. Teasing .... 46. Working ........ 47. Kissing good-bye . 48. Baby-sitting ..... 49. Holding hands .... 50. Working ..... 51 . Blowing off .... 52. Entertaining ..... THEME SONG "I Love The Piano" "1 Like Pieg I Like Coke" !'Beer Barrel Polka" "My wild Irish Rose" !'Too Young" !'The Little Red Ford" "Thinking About You" "All By Myself" "l'm Walking the Floor Ov "Margie" ll . . . . How Deep is the Ocean" "Milk Bucket Boogie" "Good-night Sweetheart" "Chewing Gum" !'The Glory of Love" "Charlie My Boy" "No Love No Nothing" "You Are My Sunshine" "Tedclybears Picnic" "Give Me A Kiss" "Pretty Baby" "Ain't She Sweet" "Cock-A-Doodle-Do" "Pistol Packin' Mama" Come On to My House" Sunday, Nonday, Always" er You NAME 53. DOUGLAS WIELAND .... 54. CAROLE WEAVER .... 55. JANET WHITEHOUSE .... 56. CHARLES WHITTINGTON .... ... U. MARJORIE WILSON .... 58. WANDA YOUNG.. . . 59. JERRY ROBINSON ..... Lf' 1 50 WHERE FOUND lsalys ......... Uptown .... At a party .... Down South .... At school ....... New Lex Theatre ..... . . . At home ........ . . . Senior Alphabet Ais B is Cis D is E is F is Gis H is I is J is K is L is Mis Nis Ois P is Qis R is S is T is U is V is Wis X is Y is Z is for Ann, she's our smallest lass, for Bob, President of our class, for Carole, who likes to drive her car, for Deavers, a lady's man by far, for effort, which we do lack, for failure, next comes the wackl for George H. , small but strong, for Helen, who entertains with a song, for intelligence, in which we are low, for Jerry, a Belguim girl 's beau. for Kennedy, he puts up our flag, for Lorinda, in typing she does not lag, for Mildred, the piano she does play, for Natalie, who has her lessons every day, for Orrison, our class advisor, for Pletcher, little and wiser, for questions, which we do all hate, for Red, Ann's steady date, for Seniors, the best class of all, for Tom C. , for whom the girls fall, for Usn's, we have a lot of fun, for victory, it's bound to come, for Washington, for which we are bound, for exams, which bring a mournful sound, for W. Young, Bob M. 's girl friend, for zebra, this alphabet has got to Endl '22 WHO WITH Himself .The Pontiac Jack The other rebels The class Nlari lyn Monroe Himself WHAT DOING 53. Complaining ..... . . . 54. Finding a place to park .... THEME SONG f'Holy, Holy, Holy" ... ."lf I Had a Nickle" 55. Dancing ................... .... ' 'They Were Dancing Around" 56. Fighting the Civil War again ..... . . . !'Dixie" 57. Smiling ........ . . . "Smiles" 58. Selling Tickets .......... . . . l'You Ought to be in Pictures" 59. Writing letters to Belgium .... .... ' 'Across the Miles" Class History ln the autumn of 1949, eighty- six Freshmen gathered at the doors of N. L. H. S. The newcomers were overcome by the change, but to some of us the scene was not new because we had struggled through Junior High together. Our first social functions of the year were: our Christmas dance and skating party. Qu class officers were: Mitzi Thompson, Margie Walker, Thelma Wilson, and Robert Nottern. Our hard working Student Council members were Betty Hughes and Wanda Young. Nnrgaret Stewert was elected queen's attendant. Thus, our Freshman year passed. In the fall ofthe next year, we again assembled at N. L. H.S. only to find that we had lost a few of our members. Ms. Bailey and Mrs. Priode were our class advisors and they led us through a year of prosperity and ioyous activities. The class officers this year were: Bob Nbttern, Jim Pierce and Mitzi Thompson. Our Student Council members were Joyce Folden and Charles Whittington. Thelma Wilson was chosen as queen's at- tendant. We are looking forward to our Junior year when we would need a bank account to carry on the many activities which lay ahead of us. Class Our Junior year was a very happy one. We were in study hall this year under the guidance of Mn Weaver and Mr. Morgan. This year we worked hard and tried to raise money for our school activities. There were basketball and football stands, candy and bake sales, and our Junior Class Play. Our president, Bob Mottern, was a hard worker, he was assisted by George Hughes, vice president, Joyce Folden was chosen as our Junior queen's at- tendant. The student council members this year were Mitzi Thompson, Margie Walker, Delores Deshler, and Charles Gallagher. The outstanding event of the year was the Junior-Senior banquet and prom. Thei theme for the occasion was "Show- boat". The gym was decorated with blue and white the color the of Senior and Junior classes. Seniors at lastl What a surprise it was to most of us who thought we would never make it. 150 History 24 We immediately began to do great things. We supported our football and basketball teams Jim Pierce. Charles Gallagher, and George Hughes were important members of the basket- ball team. Our Senior class officers were: president, Bob lvbttern, vice-president, Jim Pierce, secretary, Joyce Folden, treasurer, Mitzi Thompson. The stu- dent council members this year were Delores Deshler, Red Whittington, and Bob Mottern. We undertook a magazine drive and bake sale. The homecoming dance and the senior Class Play were outstanding events. This was the year we elected our homecoming queen, and we chose Joyce Folden for the honor. The ceremony was beautiful and we were very pleased with our queen. Ann Shiplett was our Senior attendant. Through the helpful aid of Mr. Orrison and M'. Weaver, our class has published this annual. We do this so that someday we may look back over our high school days and remember all the happy years we have spent together. ---MARILYN CARNEY Class Historian 50 Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of "53" We, the Seniors of the class of "53" of New Lexington High School, fully rea- lizing that our high school life will soon come to a climax and being of sound mind and memory, thus desiring to dispose of our worthy possessions do hereby declare this our last will and testament. ARTICLE l To Mrs. Bailey, we leave a new bottle of "poof" hand lotion. To Nr. Conn, we leave a brand new baton to lead the band so that he won't have to use the drum sticks. To Mrs. Folden, we leave a box of So- Soft tissues to use in her typing classes. To Mr. Fowler, we, the Seniors, leave. To Mrs. LaBuda, we leave a microphone for her gym classes. To Mrs. LaBuda, we leave a safety suit for protection when riding in the driver's education car. To Mr. Lewis, we leave an economy size bottle of "Apple Blossom Hair Tonic" To Mr. Masterson, we leave a box of cou h dro s to clear his voice. 9 P To Mr. Neff, we leave a fresh bottle of buteric acid for his future class of chemistry. To Miss Newlon, the Seniors leave their easy-going manner. 25 To Mr. Orrison, we leave the ability to say five and nine like a Yankee. To Mrs. Priode, the Seniors leave a new hair style for "54". To Mn Priode, we leave a record of "I'm Always Whistling Dixie". To Mrs. Sheeran, we leave a step ladder for her use when talking to the bigger boys . To Miss Smith, we leave a book entitled, "How to Cook". To Mrs. Enid Van Atta, we leave a footstool to prop her feet upon in health class. To Mrs. Natalie Van Atta, we leave a new hat for next winter's stormy weather To Mr. Weaver, we leave all of the jokes we have heard in the last ten years To Mr. Diller, we leave a new electric eraser invented by one of our many geniuses. ARTICLE ll Marvin Allen leaves her drowsiness to Ned Welker. Lelia Anderson leaves her shoe skates to Ruby Dyer. Helen Bauer leaves her singing ability to Stanley Van Atta. Shirley Berry leaves her lady-like way to Jerry Starner. Rodney Bookman leaves a chinchilla rabbit to M'. Lewis. xg 150 Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of "53" Mary Boswell leaves her quietness to Karen Buchanan . Tom Bowers leaves his religion to anyone who wants it. Arlene Cannon can't afford to leave any- thing - she has to save it for her future store. Mariyln Carney leaves her ability to argue with T. J. Hankinson to Gay Self. Tom Cheney leaves that cute smile to Judy Whitehouse. Harry Deavers wills his horn to Johnny Bowers . Betty DeBerry leaves her reducing pills to Ruth Kopensparker. Delores Deshler leaves her ability in cheerleading to future cheerleaders. Shannon Donaldson leaves her ability to ride a motorcycle to Wilma Weaver. Marilyn Fauley leaves that romantic way to Bonnie Abram. .byce Folden wills one curl to M. l.ewis for him to have made into a wig. Charles Gallagher leaves his freckles to Jane Shumaker. Harry Goldsberry leaves his map showing directions to Clover Hill to Billy Conger. Ralph Gordon leaves his stubbornness to Nancy Chappelear. Bob Groves leaves a free ride in his taxi to anyone who isn't afraid to go with him. 26 Neil Hammond leaves his quietness to Gene Skeens. T. J. Hankinson won't leave until "54" Gay is still here. Judy Huffman leaves her ability to say "l do" to Emma Lou Johnson. Betty Hughes leaves her smallness to Carol Sue Chappelear. George Hughes leaves his ability to drive to Darrell Potter. Harold Kennedy leaves his slowness to Pauline Shumaker. Mildred Ketchum leaves her talent for the piano to Joan Corder. Shirley Kiener leaves her article, "Be Modern, Start A New Hair Shade", to Jerry Elkins. Dewayne King leaves that nice soft beard to Johnny Holden. Natalie King wills her book, "How To Keep A Man' to Thelma Shumaker. Rose King leaves her beautiful black hair to Shirley Shirkey. Lorinda Larimer leaves her ability in typing to some "lucky" iunior. Bill Marlow leaves that crate he calls a car to his brother, Bob. Barbara McClintock leaves her ability in basketball to Sue Ann Nickols. Carolyn McCrady leaves her recipe, "Carolyn's Delight" to someone who knows how to work with dynamite. l 15 O Last Will and Testament of the Senior Class of "53" Bob Mottern leaves his class presidency to Dave Evans. Good luck, Davel Jim Pierce leaves his tallness to Pee Wee Hoy. Carolyn Pletcher leaves her thin figure to Neil Tittle. George Randolph leaves his government workbook to Don Hutchinson. Ruth Reed leaves her ability to wear fire engine red lipstick to Loretta Hutchinson. Jerry Robinson wills his title, "Einstein", to John Helwig. Margaret Romine leaves her fondness for cracking chewing gum to Ruth Ann Tracy. Betty Sells leaves her dimples to Sally Cochran. Ann Shiplett leaves her book, "How to Grow Tall", to Marybelle Morton. Bob Shumaker leaves his philosophy, "Leave the girls alone", to Bill King. Raymond Shumaker leaves his way of teasing to Vaughn Fink. Eleanora Skeens leaves her new Paris fashion, Peek-a-boo, to Patty Van Sickle. Ruby Sorrell leaves her comments on marriage to Mr. Masterson for his family relations class. Nancy Starner leaves her baby sitting job to all the boys who baby sit. Margaret Stewart leaves her song, "Anchors Aweigh", to Patty Ahern. Russell Studer leaves his knowledge to Paul Starner. Mitzi Thompson leaves her muscles to Carolyn Johnson. Margie Walker leaves her fonnula for keeping ten boys on the string at once to Nancy Clark. Carole Weaver leaves her gun to anyone who wants to go rabbit hunting in squirrel season. Douglas Wieland wants to leave some- thing, but isn't sure that he will leave himself. Janet Whitehouse leaves her ability to do "Ball On the Jack" to Gary Camp. Charles Whittington leaves his ability for thrilling the girls to Birdseed Weaver. Nariorie Wilson leaves her membership in the "Dye it Yourself" Club to Nancy Dardinger. Wanda Young leaves her ability to pop corn to Mary Louise Teal. IN WITNESS THEREOF, WE, the class of "53" hereby subscribe. fDrawn up byl CARO LYN PLETCHER fSignecD SENIOR CLASS We do hereby constitute and appoint as witness of this, our last will and testa- ment: LINTON LEWIS and MYRON FOWLER Subscribed before me March 20, 1953. fNotaryl ROBERT MOTTERN i 1 Class MARVIN ALLEN is now a famous speech teacher, teaching elocution. LELIA ANDERSON is now skating in the Roller Derby. HELEN BAUER is living in Canaryville, teaching canaries to sing. SHIRLEY BERRY has converted the Berry Pop Co. into the Berry Brewery. RODNEY BOOKMAN is now truant officer at Crooksville. MARY BOSWELL is still trying to get in good with the kids in Coming. TOM BOWERS is now preaching at Pigeon Roost. ARLENE CANNON is now sole owner of the Cannon Grocery. MARILYN CARNEY is secretary to the Latta Freight Line. TOM CHENEY after five years has finally completed his radio in Industrial Arts. HARRY DEAVERS is now working as Helen Bauer's assistant in Canaryville. BETTY DeBERRY has iust completed her book, "Here I Am, Boys". DELORES DESHLER is still true to her motto: "Never wear the same outfit twice . " SHANNON DO NALDSON is now married to John and living on a farm. 50 Prophecy 28 MARILYN FAULEY is married to Tom and writing all his sermons. JOYCE FOLDEN is writing a book, "Why Girls Should Go To West Point". CHARLES GALLAGHER is still living off the interest of his money he made while working at the A. 81 P. HARRY GOLDSBERRY is married to Mary Belle and raising their own midget cheerleaders. RALPH GORDON is still sports writer for the Tribune and still finding fault with the New Lex basketball teams. ROBERT GROVES is still sitting on the courthouse steps trying to get Bob's calls. NEIL HAMMOND is now manager of Hammond 's Confectionery at Turkey Run. T. J. HANKlNSONstill thinks he is always right. JUDY HUFFMAN is still keeping tab on Rodger while he is out of town. BETTY HUGHES is now an admiral in the United States Navy. GEORGE HUGHES is now star tackle For the Cleveland Browns. HAROLD KENNEDY, being a good citizen, is still putting the flag up for Mr. Fowler. MILDRED KETCHUM is teaching gov- ernment in Mr. Lewis' place. gif' l 150 Class SHIRLEY KEINER, for the fiftieth time, is trying to let her hair grow out. DEWAYNE KING is head bartender at the Gaiety. NATALIE KING is engaged to Jim and waiting for him to get out of college. ROSE KING has taken Blondie's place in the Bumstead family. LORINDA LARIMER is now champion typist in the United States. BILL MARLOWE is a famous cartoonist for the Perry County Tribune. BARBARA MCCLINTOCK is head waitress at the Jai-Lai. CAROLYN McCRADY has her own beauty shop at Junction BOB MOTTERN is trying to advise senior presidents how to run their classes. JIM PIERCE now owns his own meat shop on South Main. CAROLYN PLETCHER is president of the W. P. A. JERRY ROBINSON has moved to another countryp the girls in the U.S. aren't good enough for him. GEORGE RANDOLPH is the thinnest man in Barnum Bailey's Circus. RUTH REED is still trying to make up her mind whether it's Freddy or not. Prophecy 29 MARGARET ROMINE is a chewing gum tester in a bubble gum factory. BETTY SELLS is still buying Mary expen- sive iewelry for her birthday. ANN SHIPLETT is Betty Hughes' first mate. BOB SHUMAKER is head officer in the Naval Reserve Unit of Zanesville. RAY SHUMAKER is sole owner of the Shumaker Coal Co. ELEANORA SKEENS moved to Columbus so she won't have to travel back and forth to see her boy friends. RUBY SORRELL is still trying to get away to marry Don. NANCY STARNER has reared Dr. Ball's children and is now starting on her own. MARGARET STEWART is Mitzi's trainer and manager. RUSSELL STU DER is the new drivers' training teacher at Rehoboth. MITZI THOMPSON has ioined the Fanner Brown and Daughter Wrestling team. MARGIE WALKER is manager of Pierce's Meat Market. CAROLE WEAVER has never yet learned the hand over hand method of turning the steering wheel. I y 150 Class Prophecy DOUGLAS WIELAND is a monument MARGIE WILSON is president of the duster at the New Lexington ceme- Ohio Bell Telephone Co. tery. WANDA YOU NG is married to Bob and is l'f'lCllCl Gi' the frying to drive one of his Cqbg, Jack Bosen mansion . RED WHITTINGTON is still on the loose, no girl has been able to ----MARGIE WILSON hook him yet. Class Poem We are the Seniors of "53" And we are as proud as we can be. All book knowledge we've stored in our heads, Wnile the lower classmen were snug in their beds. ln all our school proiects we've had loads of fun. ln each class year we've kept on the run. As sophomores we sponsored a Halloween dance, As juniors we planned our Prom weeks in advance, As seniors we worked as hard as could be, On this yearbook and it payed off, don't you see? Oh, we'll never forget our Junior Class Play, And last but not least our Graduation Dayl Dear classmates and teachers of New Lex High, We'll never forget you though we must say good-bye. Though we struggled through Latin, history, and math. We can now look back with fond memories and laughl ln chemistry lab we had great notions, But they always ended with terrific explosions. As we sit here in study hall today, We cannot express what we want to say. But is it with deep regret and a tear in our eye. That we bid thee farewell dear old NEW LEX HIGH! ---JOYCE FOLDEN Class Poet 30 La 12 39 L f Vg. .vi .gf 5. 4, . 12? -. V .gf ' .f r:.. 'z-:Ig 152, ..'. fg ' Ezgf :-: .2 if .-2:1 'fi :Ji-Z , .2355 iif ,ii .3 -:iv 'ff 3' 5245 'if qi .gh ..4j: S3 fag. 55 if 2 47 '- Q. .g.?f ,513 ...- ',-e:1g'F"-T .. ' 5f-"':iT " Lg- , .- V ' " if .. 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' 15 f 2' I i l J . , , , f 4 A ', ' 1 I r, .v 1, N' I f 1 I 'Q 4 3 f f, 5.- , , 1 2 5 1 I, ' 0 I 4 , if e 6 1 I I , 5 ' , 7 f 4 , I , , ' a' " 1, 1 , 4 , , '- f , , ' 1 I f , , N 1 1' f z ' ' 4 f , i ,I G 1, 2 -' , 5 f 1 , ' , 9 1 4 ' :If 1 1 5 '9 ' V , 1 ' 4 .I ' 2 I 'I 4 , 1 f ' I f I ff Q, , ia 1 , 'Z , I ' 5, 1 Q . . S if I f 1 1 'R . .ff . 4, 1 .. 1 'f' 4 I I I A f .4 . e' ' if EEK 552 Eleventh Grade Class Roll B. Abram, J. Abram, N. Abram, Ahern, Allen, B. Anderson, D. Anderson, Ansel, Bennet, Blanton, Bond, Brannon, Brown, Buchanan, Byrd, Camp, Cannon, Carney, Chappelear, Chipps, Clark, Dalrymple, Daugherty, Deavers, DeLong, Dickerson, Dobbins, Dusenberry, Dyer, Elkins, Evans, Goodfellow, Gordon, Grey, Grube, Hammond, Hardy, Harrison, Haynes, Hazelett. Helwig, Bill Holden, Hollingshead, Holt, Hoops, Hoy, Hutchinson, Hynus, Johnson, Kennedy, Kimball, Lee, Lemasters, Luster, McCaig, McCrady, McGruder, Nichols, Nixon, Nutter, Potter Ramsell, Reckner, Savage, Self, Shaeffer, C. Shumaker, J. Shumaker, Stalter, Starner, Strawn, Sorrell, Teal, Tittle, Tracey, VanAtta, Walters, Welker, Wheatcraft, Wheller, Williams. 32 1 -xf-+ 15-0 Tenth Grade Name Roll Albright, Allen, Ault, B. Barnes, J. Bames, Birkimer, Bookman, Bowers, Buchanan, Catchpole, Chipps, Cochran, Conaway, Conger, Deavers, Dickerson, Dobbins, Elkins, Euman, Fink, Frasure Groves, Hammond, Hill, Hoover, Howdyshell, Hughes, Hutchinson, Johnson, Kennedy, Keiner, King, Kitchen, Lee. Lett, Lovingshimer, Lucas, Masterson, Miller, Norton, Penrod, Poling, F. Prichard, H. Prichard Puterbaugh, Reed, Riffle, Rockwell, Rose, Shaw, Sherrick, Shirkey, Shumaker, Skeens, Smith, Sorrell, Spradlin, Spurbeck, Starner, Upvall, Vogel, R. Weaver, W. Weaver, B. Williams, C. Williams, R. Williams, Wolfe. 33 150 Ninth Grade Class Roll K. Abram, N. Abram, R. Abram, W. Abram, Baldy, Bookman, Brister, E. Brown, S. Brown, Buchanan, Byrd, Canniff, Cannon, M. Cannon, Chipps, Clark, Clay, Compston, Corder, Covan Dillinger, Downs, Dupler, Dusenberry, Ervin, Fink, Gibbs, Goldesberry, Grey, Epifano, Harris, Harrison, Henry, Hitchcock, Howerth, Hughes, C. Johnson, R. Johnson, Kent, Kimball, J. King, W. King, Marlow, McClintock, McCrady, McGaughey, McKinney. Norris, F. Nutter, R. Nutter, Pace, Parry, Poling, Randolph, Reed, Rodgers, barko, Janos, bear, Shaw, Shirkey, T. Shumaker, P. Shumaker, Sims, Slatzer, Sowers, Sorrell, Spillman, J. Starner, M. Starner, N. Starner, P. Starner, R. Starner, Stigler, Studer, Thorp, Treadway, Toll, D. Turner, R. Turner, Ruth Turner, Upvall, Vansickle, Vermillion, Waite, Walker, Watkins, R. Wolfe, F. Wolfe, Whitehouse, Whittington, S. Wilson, W. Wilson. 34 l l l 1 -XZ.: 50 ..?4s'.. sg: A 5 K. 1 l Eighth Grade Class Roll Clark, Clay, Craig, Dyer, Goodfellow, Gordon, Harrison, Hill, Hoover, Ketchum, Kimball, Kolzensparger, Lett, Lovingshimer, Mahler, Nichols, Pletcher, Ryan, Shaffer, Sidwell, Skill Stoneburner, Thomas, Whitlatch, Wolfe. ffldfl ,- M6-,154 ., - Busse, Caldwell, Carney, Chappelear, Dardinger, Deavers, Fitzgerald, Hanula, Hardy, Hoops, Hutchinson, Koehler, Lemasters, Neal, Park, Sherrick, Skeens, M. Smith, R. Smith. Sullivan, Taylor, Teal, Turner, J. Williams, L. Williams, Wilson. 35 xr' Z-We s 150 if Seventh Grade Class Roll Anderson, Cochran, B. DeBerry, C. DeBerry, Godfrey, Groves, Hancock, Hutchinson, Keller, Kennedy, McGaughey, Munyan, McNeely, Pickrell, Rankin, Rowe, Searls, Shaeffer, Sims, Sowers, Spurgeon, Stalling, Stalter, VanSickle, Wallace, Walters, Watkins, Williams, Whittington. ' il 325'-55 'E iii W Ill, IEW I vis Abram, Anderson, Beckett, Berry, Byers, Charles, Clark, Coffman, D. Cronin, R. 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A 5' ' f F., f. fg. 15' 1 5 I 24 f 1-19 . ga: ff .. 7- -v gblf .4 ' viz- f .: 52 -r h I-'Z "1 -ff -1- ex-J , v 2: ,Q 1, 0 I if 131: '1 .zf ' f' .4 :ET '-'I I ' 1 -14 i- .iff ' . . v. gl, AZ. , I , ' 'Z' f? -4 157. ' 'L f' L.: I 3:1 1, 1 .,,, 3 'Q g. 4 2- 3- P-I "- sf ,tt A I. . , , Tx' 150 On the night of October 9, the New Lexington football stadium was first put to use The New Lexington Panthers played a hard fought game with the New Concord Little Muskies but lost 14 to 6. The second game to be played in the new stadium was between the New Lexington and Philo on October 23. The final score was 33 to 7 in favor of Philo. On November 7, the new stadium was dedicated by Mr. Matt Lennon. The Crooksvllle Ceramics and the New Lexington Panthers played the dedication game. Both teams were held to a scoreless standstill until Crooksville broke the 4th quarter deadlock and won 19 to 0. All of the 1954 home games will be played in the new stadium. New Lexington Football Schedule New Lexington New Lexington Nex Lewington .... . . . New Lexington New Lexington New Lexington New Lexington New Lexington New Lexington New Lexington bbw Concord fOlympiaJ .............. M.8.M ..... Caldwell .... Ohio Deaf. . . Roseville .... New Concord .... Dresden ..... Philo ...... Glouster ..... Crooksville. . Final M. V. L. Standing Team Won Lost Caldwell 0 Philo 1 Roseville 2 M. 8- M. 3 Crooksville 4 Dresden 5 New Concord 6 Glouster 7 New Lex 8 .-.-....... . Pts . 169 1 94 215 159 1 33 69 87 64 50 40 14 .....19 ..33 ..25 ..20 OP Pts. 47 60 118 123 107 114 131 250 190 26 13 150 Team Qu MH- Q Qs R 2 ' fra' Q Fight Q7 O xfj 150 New Lex High Varsi fy Squad George l'lughes, Dean Ault, Charles Gallagher, Vaughn Fink, Jim Miller, Dave Evans, Ronnie Lucas, Jim Pierce, Bob Stra 41 Basketball Ma n a g e r s Bill Conger and George Randolph ...N we K!-' nrrnnr r nn n r 150 r Walters, Dalrymple, Dickerson, ' Hutchinson, Grey, Holden, Grey, B C S k e 1' b 0 I I Poling, Cafchpole, Stclfer. 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Those in the cast are the following: Russell Studer Charles VW1ittington George Hughes Shirley Berry Ralph Gordon Shannon Donaldson George Randolph Nhrgaret Romine Barbara McClincock Janet Whitehouse Mildred Ketchum Judy Huffman Carolyn Pletcher Joyce Folden Carole Weaver Dolores Deshler Bill Marlow Ann Shiplett Jerry Robinson Charles Gallagher T. J. Hankinson 51 150 Delores Deshler, Helen Bauer, Charles Gallagher, Ann Shipletf, Wanda Young, Marvin Allen, Mr. Weaver, Betty Hughes, Carole Weaver, Joyce Folden, Natalie King. Annual Staff 52 W- P 150 Vonkh BTS Pause 53 b'gy?9 Glee 1 50 54 Club , 52' J 150 Varsity Club xx O ff i c e r s 'V 'O P . og 0 Jim rliiserce O V. Pr . George lfiinghes Sec. Jim Miller Treas. G. A. A. Officers Pros. Emma Lou Johnson V. Pres. Nancy Chappeleor Sec. Margie Walker Treas. Shirley Berry Don Hutchinson 55 50 Pr gfl 150 Junior and Senior Banquet Under the direction of David Morgan, the Junior-Senior Banquet turned out to be a big success. Mr. George Bunnell gave the invocation. Robert Mottern wel- comed the Seniors and Nancy Davis gave the response. There was special music by Helen Bauer, Patsy Spangler and Marilyn Page. John Neff proposed a toast to the Seniors. Jay Fealty was the guest speaker. CLASS MOTTO: Not nearly to exist but to amount to something in life. CLASS FLOWER: White Carnation. CLASS COLORS: Blue and White. Junior and Senior Prom The showboat theme was carried out at the Junior-Senior Prom with Glenn Sheridan and his orchestra furnishing the music. Playing from the showboat they provided delightful music. As the dancers went onto the floor, they passed under a canopy of blue and white. Harbors at each end of the gym represented "Marietta and New Orleans". Bob Mattern and Wanda Young led the grand march. Mr. William Weaver was in charge of the prom. 57 1.50 Q VYHW EPHH '. 2214 '. .Q 51 .fl El' . ' .51 '-- 'fig .1 " 41 - T, . 35: 'I,. 241 -1. 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